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The Jewish Floridian ( June 16, 1961 )

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clewish Fkxridian Volume 34 Number 24 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Miami, Florida, Friday. June 16, 1961 Two Sections — Price 20* Britain Considers OK Of World Agreement Outlawing Genocide PRIME MINISTER FINDS FRIENDSHIP AND ESTEEM B-G Satisfied With Talks TEL AVIV— UTA)—Prime Minthe United States. Canada, Britain ister David Ben-C.unon returned to and France—he found friendship Israel Irom a three-week tour ot and esteem for Israel and under four countries and talks with leadstanding of Israel's needs. In Car,Alleged Bonn Sale of Arms Raises Storm JERUSALEM JTA) — Press reports—row definitely denied by both the West German and Israeli Governments — tnat "Uzzi" submachine guns purchased here by the Bonn authorities had been resold to Portugal for use against the independence movements in Angola. Africa, brought a flare-up and sharp anti-Government cntiCisms ir. :he Knesset this week. LONDON (JTA) A spokesman for the Briti-h Government deers se C0lmtries and described ada. he said, he found a warm atclared this week in response to a query from Sir Barnett Janner that the question of British ratification of the I'mted Nations Genocide Convention was under new examination. Sir Barnett raised the issue with a reference to testimony at the trial oi Adolf Eichmann in Jerusalem "Clearly, the civilized world has to ask itself how this happened and what could be done to prevent a recurrence."' he said. Sir Barnett emphasized that more than 12 years had passed since the then Foreign Secretary had declared that the British Government hoped shortly to reach a decision on ratification of the Genocide pact bet the decision still had not been taken. Pointing out that 63 countries had signed the convention. Sir Barnett declared that "surely it is time the United Kingdom was also included." lis efforts as "worthwhile." The titude among all parties to a greatmajor objective of the visits, "claner extent than he had exepected. tying our position and needs, was He added that the warm welcome fully achieved."" he added. of the Canadian Parliament was In a statement delivered at the not one to him personally but to, airport, the Prime Minister said the nation he represented, that in all the countries he vuited— He praised Canadian Jewry, re-! marking that many Canadian .LAS had come from distant section -ee him. He said he met with 4.0-K) Canadian Jewish children, many of wh.tm could speak Hebrew. Discussing his visit to the United States, which included a talk with President Kennedy, the Prime Minister said that after the Kennedy Administration took Continued on Page 10-A When aH the recriminations were done, however, the Knesset approved unanimously a statement by Finance Minister Levi Eshkol. Acting Prime Minister, who Mid undersecretary A. Godber replied the Cabinet will report to Parliafor the Government that all percent s Committee on Foreign Afs ons .. shared abhorrence for the fairs and Security about plans to I rev olting crimes" committed bv insert into future arms sales con-; the Nazis and that the British Gov tracts, a clause forbidding a purernment had always made it clear PROPOSED SOLUTION ACCEPTED' Cairo Reports Kennedy Proposal on Refugees LONDON — iJTA) — President be permitted to return to Israel.; John F. Kennedy has proposed to while some of them be integrated! the Arab rulers that 25 percent ot in Arab countries, according to ani the Arab refugees from Palestine article in the Cairo newspaper Al, Masaa reported here Monday Ceylon Seeks Arab Friends? The Cairo newspaper claims that: Mr Kennedy had also proposed; that refugees be permitted to emi-1 grate to other countries, including the United States. Canada and Aus! tralia. PRESIDENT KENNEDY ... return refugees %  i chaser to resell such weapons to a third party. Israeli they regarded it with "disgust and horror.'* (The Wet German Defense Ministry in Bonn denied emphatically the reports. Col. George Schmuackfe. the Ministry's information chief, told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency that such "rumors are without any foundation whatsoever.") Five parties had moved in the Knesset for fullscale debate of the 'ims sale issue. Leaders of Ahdut Continued on Page 6 A Al Masaareport states that Israel's Prime Minister David BenGurion at first rejected Mr. Kennedy's proposal, but changed his the Kennedy *JOp <^ refugee problem. NEW DELHI. India—(JTA)—The ; Minister of Finance in Ceylon isAdding that the Government sue( j a directive to the Treasury mind and accepted realized that a decision had been | tnat au Government requirements plan for the solution of long delayed and that the delay of ceraent should be obtained from was liable to misinterpretation, he tne united Arab Republic and that told Commons: j a i| transfers Tor the supply of ce-1 'The whole question of whether ment should include a condition; or not the British Government i that only offers from UAR sources should become a party to the con-, will be considered, vention was being examined afresh Tne p urpose of this directive is and the House will be informed t() pi omo te trade between Ceylon when a decision is reached and the and the JJ AR as envisaged in the necessary legislation will be tra de agreement recently entered brought forward." mt0 between the two countries. Circles interested in both Ceylon ecret A blanket of secrecy enshrouds the report of Prime Minister Ben Gurion's talks with the Big 3 Western Powers. See story on PAGE S-A. %  State Dep't. Raps Forced Move to Abandon Boycott Urge US Zionists to Intensify Programs for Jewish Education by the Government While maintaining dipl tions with Israel and interest in continued friendly ties. NEW YORK—(JTA)—A series of resolutions urging the intensificatne Government last year canceled t on of efforts on the part of chapters and regions of the Zionist Organ, ne accreditation of its Minister to was i/. at ion of America to aid in the establishment of new Jewish day Israel. schools and to exercise influence on local federations and welfare funds to financially support such schools was adopted Sunday at the closing -ion of a ZOA-sponsored two-day national conference on Jewish education. The conference also recommended vigorous measure's by the ZOA j (< encourage the integration of I Jewish education with progressive summer camping. At the same time it urged that a new system of adult education be devised and be placed under the supervision ol a special board of arlult education. WASHINGTON-(JTA)—The State Department has reiterated its and "Israel affairs are disappointed stnnd aga i ns t "coercive tactics" to secure Arab compliance with the by the continued misunderstanding ant j.di S crimination clause of the Mutual Security Act. In a commumin Ceylon-Israel relations caused by cation tQ Rep Seym0l „. Halpern. N.Y. Republican, the State Depart %  the unilateral steps taken last year cr j tl cized the resolution adopted by the New York State legislaomatic^rela!ure calIing for Amelican action against Arab bladdis, n ot L S s hips ""rofes'stag carrying cargo to Israel While the reason for the step, unprecedented between countries Continued on Page 9-A While recognizing that the "gen eral purport" of this resolutior •wholly consistent with L'.S Government attitudes." the State Department pointed out that "certain promises therein are not wholly accurate." The communica tion to Rep. Halpern was signed by Brooks Hays. Assistant Secreary of State for Congressional re atiors. Mr. Hays said it remained the view of the State Department that efforts to tie U.S. aid to reContinuec 1 on Page 6-A SERVATIUS WINS BATTLE OVER ADMITTING TAPE-RECORDED tVIDENCl Film Shows Eichmann Concentration Camp Horrors Other resolutions adopted conJERUSALEM—(JTA)—After ten weeks of open trial, after testimony by 110 witnesses, the piling up of a record 2.000.000 words, and the submission of some 1.400 documents, the prosecution of Case No. | After a lengthy argument between Attorney General Hausner and Dr. Servatius, the court tained the hop* that the Bwr \^^^^ 0 ^'^ a ^ of Israel vs. Adolf, the son of Karl Adolf, Monday rejected by a vore of Mitivah ceremony would mi "not the end, but the beginning and an incentive for a fuller Jewish education in a Hebrew weekend or who!e day secondary school." The conference called upon the leadership of all regions and district to inform and diroct parents to encourage enrollment of children for Hebrew Continued on Page 5-A Eichmann-came to a close here Mon day. Last Friday, the defense, headed < bv Dr Robert Servatius. objected | years ago in Buenos Aires tavern, strenuously to the introduction into i when ne unburdened himself to a the record of what Attorney GenNM J friend willem Sassen. The eral Gideon Hausner calls the com-; autobiography as plete and ^gp^JS are the basis for a series of articles he i o n^X\aronXh r E,chsold subsequently to an American marm recorded his Ufe story four I magazine. 2 to 1, the admissibility of all but certain parts of Eichmann's tape-recorded memoirs. The argument between Hausner and Servatius took up much of the morning session. Dr. Servatius complained bitterly that the recordings amounted to "forgeries," saying that Sassen had plied Eichmann with wine, ana had violated an agreement whereby Eichmann was to have initialed each page of the transcript. Sa>sen subsequently sold part of this material for two articles in Life Magazine. When the afternoon session o ed, Presiding Justice Moshe Landau and Justice Itzhak Ruveh ruled that only these parts of the transcript are admissible w were annotated by Eichmann. JusContinued on Page 8-A



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Fnday. June 16, 1961 +Jeist floridficnn Cardiac Hospital Elects Robinson Mew President Leo Robinson, noted financier and community leader, has been electre' president ol the National Children s Cardiac Hospital. The charity institution is devoted to lighting rheumatic fever and congenital heart troubles. Richard 1. Berenson, who has been president of the Miami-based institution for the past eleven years, wit? named chairman of the board of governors. Other officers elected for 1961-62 included Louis Pokress. honorary executive vice president; Milton D. Dreyfus, executive vice president; K. Williams Apte, George Coury, William Marmer. Lou Poller. Lee Ratner. and Nat Waldman, vice presidents. Reelected were Zachary Bailey, secretary; Bob Rubinstein, assisant secretary; Maurice C. Cohn, treasurer; and Da.ve Emmer, assistant treasurer. William Marmer was it named acting executive director ol the hospital. Robinson announced that bids for construction of the hospital's new buildings in the Metropolitan Center" were to be formally opened this week. Welcomed as new members of the board of governors were Joseph A Garfield and Jack Levkoff. Robinson is a vice president and cl.rector of Dade Federal Savings and Loan Assn., and a member of the board of directors of the Miami Window Corporation and the Seaboard Life Insurance Co. He also serves on the board of two large eastern electronics companies, and is active in South Florida real estate circles. • Page 3-A UO ROBINSON Trading Stamps Hospital Project Synagogue Unit Picks Rabbi Mark By Special Report NEW YORK —Dr. Julius Mark, senior rabbi of Temple Emanu-EI. i New York, was elected president i IOf the Synagogue Council of Amer| ica at the lin;il plenary session of the organizational year last Wednesday. He succeeds Rabbi Max D. Davidson, of Perth Amboy. N.J.. who served as president for two i years. Other officers elected by the re, ligious leaders were vice presidents, Rabbi Uri Miller, of Baltimore, and Rabbi Seymour Cohen. Chicago: treasurer. Philip Greene, of Jamaica. N.Y.; recording secretary, Herbert Berman, Far Rockaway, N.Y.; and corresponding secretary. Dr. Robert L. Nach. Yonkers. HASKEU LAZIHI Lazere Resigns As AJC Director Haskell L. Lazere has resigned as director of the Southeast region of the American Jewish Congress Lazere held the post for the past three and a hall years. Hi* successor will be announced late this week, following a meeting of the organization's South Florida Council. Lazere will shortly go to Los Angeles to assume the directorship of the West Coast region of American Jewish Congress. He came to Miami from New York City, and has spent some 20 years in the community relations field. Miami Attorneys Named by Bar Thirteen lawyers from the Milessional ethics; Marshall J. Lanami area have been named to head Per. international and comparative Rabbi Mark is visiting professor I committees of the Florida Bar. acaw Q ^.^ ^ comm(mist tac objectives; D. H. lorida constitution; family law; Ncal. their drive to acquire a new of the board of I stees of the HeChairmen and their committees Rutledge, United States Consti.re nine passenger Chevrolet station brew Union school of education | a Clyde Atkins integrationinto .on; Kenneth B. fheroweJr *ria wagon for the use of the young and sacred music. He is a trus( a nd procedures; TJ. Blackwell tactics and procedure; and]Michael heart patients by the time the new tee of the Federation of Jewish standard Jury instructions; Herbert Shores, legal forms and work buildings for the 100 percent char.Philanthropies of New York a nd r Fe.be man. committee on banksheets. ty hospital are opened. the Union of American Hebrew ru P ,cv ^ L y' e D Hlcomb. sr P r Appointed to head sub-comm.tCongregations. He is also a mem Rabbi Shapiro on Television "Still Small Voice."' television program sponsored by the Rabbinical Assn. of Greater Miami, will be hosted by Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro, spiritual leader of Beth David Congregation, on Sunday, 10 a.m., o\er WCKT CD. 7. His theme will be "The Synagogue and its Role in American Life." Participating on the panel will be Mrs Harold Reinhard, Sidney Aronovitz, and Miss Ri i erta Daum. All members of the hospitals,. :,, .„. .;„„ ,„ ber of the governing board ol the auxiliaries will be partKipating in ,,, ., ... ,. ,, .u M AX O^„„„ !" O„ World Union for Progressive Juthe effort, and the stamp company ; has acliye cooperating in the Project T O p Conference of Value, has guaranteed to accept not only their own stamp books, but | books filled with any other Florida trading stamps as well. 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Face 4-A 9> Jen 1st fkr idian Friday. June 15. 1961 P < r skytract ut sale • to be sig last Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Golda eign Minister, and erstwhile member of the Haganah General Statf, heard ot the project The same night she convened a in lur hom< when an actions committee was electi d A peO| :t> ability not to destroy its past said, and all les agreed The same night ttu oi .i national museum was launched and taken up with a worthy of the old underground champions of Israel. It was d< to make a person-to-p< rs< D appeal, selling -brick-" to former : supporters, both in Israel and abroad. And so the place from the security of Jewish Palestine had been dincltd and cor. : throughout the two decades preceding statehood was to be kept intact, for this and future generations, to marvel at the ingenuity of Jewish military pioneers and the incredibly unassu ting start of what today arc the Defense Forces ot Israel. Is it really only thirteen years ago that thc.-e toylike sten-g ns manufactured in a Haifa cellar, were the mainstay of beseiged Jerusalem 0 Doconly half a generation separate those rm-dern tanks outside — which the army has sent in homage to its doughty forerunrcrs — from the primitive "Davidka" mortar whose r.oist not its bomb" saved Safad in early 1948? MAGiC FORMULA FOR PEACE Does the dispatch add credence to theBer.Gur.cn declarator: that peace is coming' in the Middle East? For tl-.e tus: fane, an Egyptian source discusses such a poss out launching into a polemic against Israel but merely presumably quoting Mr. Kennedy end jfflei inn tr.e statistical possibility for cccord. ere are some political factors in the wind these days to throw all of this into the realm %  peculation. Notewc among these is the recent widen beGamal Ariel Nasser and the So f over n f. The dispatch may thus be Nascsser..ng his independence" hem Moscow s band cr. the Aral: w h eel of B Right of Free Speech T.-.e civil libertarians are in for a:ic: W* over New York's recent reversal and decision to peimit George Lincoln Rockwe speck there. The courts should ce be jealous of the right to free spee. considei any curtailment of the right with extreme end judicious care. In the achievement ol this snd, th< -ieve it the better part of d: to permil occasional individual exploitation of this basic American freedom than haphazardly to sai txn its censure. But at what point should the line be riicv. At,east m the case of Rockwell, the civ tarkms have as yet found no line. reck well advocates the o] :: N i N< v. York court on. STOtr Of JEWISH Sflf OfflNSi UT THE STORY of Jewish self-defense goes back well over ha I i century. On the third floor of the modern museum building which rises [ust behind Golomb House, there is an uapsesstve array of photographs depicting the original members of "Hsshomer." who f:r-t pounded the moral concept of "Jewish guards for Jewish colonies." The year 1897 is the date written below a group cl martial-loo riders on white Arab horses with long Turk:>h rifles slung across their shoulders. The Z;on Mule Corps and its veterans, who stayed or. in Palestine after the allied victory, followed in their footstephelped in June 1920. at a meeting of the Histadrut Executive, to f the mutual defense brotherhood forthwith to be cai.ed Haganah Arab disturbances broke out in the very same year, and gav< the young defenders ample opportunity to prove their mettle Experienced in night fighting and the hit-and-run tactics of Arab bar they soon went o\er to what one of their secret circulars callI constructive offensive." Wt ha\e now reached the "Wall and To of the thirties, to which the second floor of the museum cated. In picture, map and model, we see the whole network of settlements which rose practically overnight cr. strategic sites ir. ilee and Judaea. From there, a dozen ,-ta.r< lead us up to the epoch of the J< Brigade At trance a poster, dated 1940. calls upon all J sh youth to take up side with photostats of once "top •" : v; Torres no Hen is th Operatioa Oi pen to tin Seventh B ,r \ oxt t0 i t m r glass > : %  • a rea 1 M i4 -• fittingly opt r;; or ; > Day. it a teag waj since 194S V v ''' ... the sjruf ser\-e as a live '* ,s lt '' M where -*' % % 



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'. Friday.-June 16. 1961 +Jew 1st) Menffi *n % %  : Page 5-A Urge Zionists to Intensify Education Phillip Schitf (right), president of Beth David Congregation, receives gavel from Sidney Aronovitz, outgoing president, at election meeting last week ut Beth David. Ben-Gurion Tells Cabinet Details of Talks With West JERUSALEM—(JTA>—Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion, attending his lirst Cabinet meeting here Sunday since his return from visits to Canada, the United States. Britain and France, reported on his conversation-, with Western leaders at the summit, but the Government enacted a complete black-out on his report. The Cabinet se?sion, lasting for | %  nedy. Britain's Prime Minister Continued from Page 1-A courses open in grammar schools and in high schools. The resolutions were adopted following a basic address by Max Brassier. ZOA president, calling for an overhaul of the Jewish education system in this country. Mr. Brassier termed assimilation as "the greatest peril to Jewish survival" and charged the American Jewish community with failure "to provide the much needed first line of defense" against this threat. Ho cited figures of Hebrew school attendance in support of this charge. Bressler pointed out that the • American Jewish community "is | beginning somewhat belatedly to realize that without Jewish education there can be no Jewish creative living in America, nor a full partnership with the State of Irael. This realization," he said, "is reflected in the mounting Jewish school registration, ii todaj we have m ire than 550.000 Jewish Children attending Jewish schools in the United States it is because. I believe, Jewish parents no longer wish to remain, Jewishly speaking childless and hoirless." However, the ZOA leader also stressed that more than 50 percent of young Jews do not know the Hebrew alphabet and that "their Jewishness is only identified as that of accident of their birth." Asserting that "of the remaining 50 percent, more than half attend Sunday schools only." the speaker maintained that inadequate and too short instruction at Sunday school is "a travesty of Jewish education, for it purports to transmit a great and rich Jewish heritage to our children under condi-; lions that make such transmission absolutely impossible." In describing congregational schools, as better than Sunday schools, Bressler said that even these schools, meeting twice or < three times a week are "still not good enough to produce Jewish leaders with a Jewish knowledge and an abiding deep interest in Jewish life." He urged the creation of networks of all-day Jewish schools where, he said, "our children can imbibe Jewish learning alongside with their secular education." He added that "by blending the two cultures. the student learns to be a complete integrated American Jew." Mr. Bressler urged the establishment of a ZOA Foundation for Hebrew education, the proceeds for this foundation to be used for assisting in the opening of ZOA day schools: to grant scholarships for study in these schools as well a> scholarships to young men and women for study in schools of higher learning in Israel: to grant fellowships to scholars in Israel who would come to the U.S. for a year or two of teaching in our He brew schools and other purpov. furtherance of adult Hebrew cation. BBYO Members To Attend Meet Fifty members of Aleph Zadik Aleph and B'nai B'rith Girls, junior order of B'nai B'rith. will attend the District 5 B'nai B'rith Youth convention at Camp Osceola, Horse Shoe, N.C., from June 21 to 26. it was announced by Eli Hurwitz,: cultural, president of the BBYO board of directors. The group, including Shelia Sandier, District 5 president of B'nai B'rith Girl*, and Lee Sandier. Florida State president of the AZA, will be joined by 25 representatives from North Florida chapters in Jacksonville. present will be Rabbi Raymond Krinsky, director ol the B'nai B'rith Hi!U! Foundation at the University of Virginia. During the convention, emphasis >e placed on strengthening %  community service an.l reiigious areas in the youth program, as well as on social and athletic activities Coordinators are Diane Battist, president of the Hillel B'nai B'rith Girls, Miami, and Howard Golden, president of the BBYO Council itt Baltimore. Keynote speakers will he Dr. Max F. Baer. national director of the Podiatrists Elect Officers Newly-elected oflicers of Dade BBYO. and Robert Kohler. regional County Podiatry Assn. are Dr. director of the Anti-Defamation Martin M. Horn, president: Dr. E. League of B'nai B'rith for the Vir-. Goldberg, vice president: and Dr. ginia-North Carolina area. Also E. Samuels, secretary-treasurer three hours, was attended also by Foreign Minister Golda Meir, who has jus: returr.e-i from visits to Scandinavia; Minister of Commerce and Industry Pinha.-. Sapir. who visited a! of the Western countries where Mr. Ben-Gurion had stopped; and Deputy Defense Ministei Shimon Peres. But at :he end >r" the unusually Cabinet meeting, a Cabinet spokesman refused to reveal what Mr. Ben-Gurion t.a reported about his conversations with Canada's Prime Minister inn G. Diefenbaker. I S. President John F. KenSAM LEVITEN, Agent Bekinr Van Lines to West Coast local & le-.o Dixtanca Moving & Storage Full or Part load Free Estimate* FR 9-7654 ATIAS MOVING 4 STORAGE WAREHOUSE OAV <£ NIGHT PHONE SERVICE TO WOMEN WHO WORK Win v.mi present Income continue all your life? ifk about tne Metropolitan a Income I Ian—and make your future N A T M S A N § 3200 SW. 3rd Avenue, Miami Pkenes FR 3-4*16 or HI 6-9981 Harold MacmiUan, and the French President. Gen. Charles de Gaulle. The spokesman was asked specifically whether the Government has received explanations of contradictory reports concerning the Ben-Guricn Kennedy talk aboat the Arab refugee problem. Mr. Ben-Gurion had been reported as indicating that President Kennedy had proposed a solution of the refugee problem, while the State Department at Washington had reportedly said there was no such solution offered by the American President. The spokesman replied "no comment" to this question. The blanket of secrecy was wrapped also about Mrs. Meii's Cabinet report, as a result of her tour. In addition to visiting Scandinavia, the Foreign Minister had also gone to Iceland and. later, to Paris Mrs. Meir did report publicly, upon her return from Europe, that j she had found "Strong feelings of; friendship toward Israel" in the Scandinavian countries. 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c E di v.: 8! i;. ci Cl it. re la ,i] st E irs U 1 1 Page 6-A • JenistFlcricJ&r Friday. June 15. [%\ ti n c u c ii I 4 V 3 C ii a P j c .i c I t c <" i 1 i 1 I State Dep't. Raps Forced Anti-Boycott Move For the enlightenment of children at the Miami Beach YMHA Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, tne Bay Shore Exchange Club of Miami Beach presents a set of Junior Encyclopedia Britannica to Arnold Piskin (right), branch director. Making the presentation is Lester Goldstein, president of the Exchange Club, while Sam Seitlin, chairman of the project committee, looks on. ^ Alleged Bonn Sale of Israeli Made Arms Raises Huge Storm Continued from Page 1-A Avudah. Herut. the Communist Party, the new Liberal Party and Mapam used the reports about Bonn's alleged resale of "Vtlis" to Portugal to lash the Government attain on the over-all issue of selling arms to Germany. Israel Bar-Yehudah. of Ahdut Avodah. told the Knesset the current Adolf Eichmann trial had ••proved" that all Germans over the age of 40 had had a hand in persecuting Jews during the Nazi regime. Some of these very Germans now. he declared, "are genera N and high officials in .West Gerni.Hiy." Speaking for Herut. Dr. Ben-Ehe•* fABULOUS SUMMER %  *. WEEKlr PACKAGE the MADISON Overlooking Ocean at Illinois. Ave. ATLANTIC CITY FROM COSO FROM A\C80 59? 65 e Se-n Pr.vate Bath Private Ba*h PER PERSON 2 IN ROOM Bicycling on Boardwalk ALL Box Salt Water Taffy Rolling Chair Ride FRff Steel Pier Admission !" fc Cockta I Party Plua FREE attractions available to ill gi ests B'dway Entertainment. Movies Bmgo. TV. Surf Bathing. *GALA JULY 4th PACKAGE —* %  : DA'tS 3 N TES 'om $27 $30 Sem-pvt bath pvt. bath Includ no VEALS a^d FREE EXTRAS Air Conditioned Dining Rooms. Cocktail Lounge. Lobbies. Also European Plan. <• >i / %  I %  %  Area Code 609, Ph. 344-8191 zer said 'every Uzzi submachine gun given to Germany now is an injection for the revival of the sleeping Satan." Dr. Moshe Sneh. leader of the Communist Party, charged Israel had been accused in the past of selling arms to the Dominican Republic and to the anti-French rebels in Algeria "Th* trouble," he said, "is that these reports are believed in the world." On behalf of the Liberals, Dr. Elimelech Rimalt warned the Government that "arms are not goods comparable to ordinary trade, but are politically sensitive goods." Dr. Hanan Rubin, of Mapam. argued for better controls of the sale of Israeli arms, to prevent their being resold to a third party. In the course of his argument. Dr. Rubin strongly attacked the West German Government. Members of Mapai then asked him from the floor whether East Germany had been denazified Mapam and Mapai member? shouted at one another from their benches, but Dr Rubin did not reply to the question. Continued from Page 1-A quirements that Arabs lift discriminatory policies would intensify restrictions and "play into the hands of the Soviet bloc by exacerbating Middle East tensions." According to Mr Hays, the State Department is convinced "that avoidance of coercive tactics is more likely to produce an atmosphere conducive to a settlement of the fundamental Arab I srael tensions than would unilateral economic pressure from the United States." A reporl iron. Washington to the Sew York Hei aid-Tribune Sun daj sa "Th< I nil d States is itiously v the 1 'nited Arab ublic in surpl is tood negotiathat Mid Hi East country seems to be slipping its ties with tl t Kremlin The possibility oi a closer accommodation with L'AR Pr< -. ni Gamal Abdel Nasser arises out of current strained reions between the I'AR and the Soviet Union. American officialare watching cl< si Ij as the Cairo-, Moscow rift widens.' i But while .-harp charges and counter-charges exchanged recently between the United Arab Republic and the Soviet Union >eem more intense than similar disputes in the past, they do not necessarily denote a serious rupture of MoscowCairo relations, according to political observers in Jerusalem. There was .-peculation in Israel'.I capital this week that UAR President Gamal Abdel Nasser is per mitting his controlled press to, publicize those exchanges, in the hope that he would make the United States believe there is a chance of wooing Egypt from the Soviet orbit by giving the UAR greater political and economic support. However, it is noted, the Soviet Union has always been ready to forget about maltreatment of Communists in foreign countries, as long as the Governments of those lands suited the Moscow Communists. operation between the .CAL two coin. tries seem to grow closer [ t j, remarked as notewon After each flare-up of apparent sp ite the current spate i : Masco* lisagreement between Moscow Cairo charges. Soviet arms --„. and Cairo, it is pointed out in Jements to the UAR haw not been rusal ent and cointerrupted. 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Friday, June 16. 1961 -Jenisr) Thridirtri Page 7-A Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Neil Heller (leit) and Kenneth Myers, of Miami, leave for overseas with United Jewish Appeal Youth Leadership Mission at International Airport in Idlewild, N.Y. The Hellers and Myers are part of a group of 140 young American Jewish community leaders in the 30 to 40-year age group or. the mission. Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman, U]A executive v:re chairman, is leader of the mission, which wi:l make an intensive, first-hcnd study of UJA program? benefiting nearly GOO.COO people overseas. Miamians' Son Joins Nat'l. BBYO Seymour S. Cohen, director of the Philadelphia region ol B'nai B'rith Youth Organization, has been appointed associate national program director for BBYO in Wash myton, D. C. Cohen was to leave his present post o n Thursday. He is the son oi Mr and Mrs. Sam Cohen. 18tJ4 S\V 14th tor., Miami, who will s<> to Philadelphia to attend a farewell function in their son's honor being given hy the region, Cot-en, 37, will fill a newly-created post designed io give additional services to the fieid staff and to program units throughout the organization. In addition, he will conti.-.ue as prcjram director of Camp B'nai B'rilh, Starlight, Pa., which he has held with his ocal post since 1959. A [3-year veteran .'i the BBYO irofessional group work staff, Cohen has been Philadelphia regional director since 19S3. For five searprior to that, he was director oi the Western Pennsylvania region in Pittsburgh. A graduate ol the University ol Florida, he received his Master's degree in social work at the University of Pittsburgh, and has also done graduate work at the University of Maryland. George Washington University, University of Pennsylvania. 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During the war. he served a* a • \\ ian employee of the British •\ j .After the war. he continued his ilitary activities in the ranks ol lag&nah, and remained ;n the an j during the War of Liberation. Cemcblizing after completion W an officer's training course, Dover joined the Office of the State Comptroller, with the rank of chief inspector, while at the same time continuing his studies in public administration, frcm which he graduated in 1953. In 1952. he joined the Ministry ol Foreign Affairs as director of the Finance Department. Two years later, he was appointed First Secretary and Consul of the Legation ol Israel in Australia. Returning to Israel in 1959. he became principal assistant in the DepartSiegfried Geismar is honorary mem tor Africa, a post he occupied president. Sol Zitter is vice prcsiuntil hi> present appointment to d cnt Anna Weiss is treasurer. Atlanta. and Margaret Yomen. secretary. Dover is expected to take up his. duties here in July. 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'-•*'-*>* A "gSS-i ttBJt Page 8-A *>Jtm£fi ncridiaw Friday. June 15, \%\ < E w a: i; c c fi n b a s B n ti Film Shows Eichmann Concentration Camp Horrors At another session, one i f the in. males who helped plan : %  uprising at the Treblinka murder i.inpte$. tified how two children \.n 0 ] la( j access to SS barracks at Continued from Page 1-A lice Binyamin Halevy held that the entire transcript, including the portions carrying Eichmanns correclions, were admissible. The majority ruling pre\ailed. dr. Vienna, the Austrian author! ful escape. port of tiny children, some of them barely reaching to the top of the The witness spoke again, sayng: I believe with perfect faith"'— he The witness. Kalman said the uprising was 01 •_ inmates working a sei ties announced the arrest Of Franz po ii s hed boots of the SS men herdsa jti this in the Hebrew of Maimon Slavik, identified in testimony at the Adelf Eichmann trial in JeruBalem as a Nazi who had helped Eichmann kill a Jewish boy at Budapest in is44. According to the Ministry ol Justice, an investigation into Slavik's war crimes activities bad begun some years ago. t..: was dnpped when insuffi< evidence had ben uncovered. The Ministry stated that he will be tried for complicity in committing a war crime on the baMs cf the evidence given in the Eichmann trial.' E ihmann is expected to testify during morning sessions for about eight days. The morning sessions will be extended, but there will not be any afternoon sessions so that Dr. Servatius will will have time to prepare his client for the daily testimony. After presentation of nu them into the gas chambers. One of the films showed heaps of glasses, gold teeth, a mound of babies' shoes, heaps of hair shorn from women victims before the gassing, and then huge reams of cloth woven from the hair. In another, thousands of naked men and women marched in the deep snow before SS guards. There was a shot of headless bodies laid out in neat rows like sardines and nxt to them barrels of heads. This scene was filmed at the Institute for Racial Research at Strasbourg, which had asked Eichmann for 100 skeletons, but was supplied instead with 100 living victims "for disposal." ides used frequently by Orthodox .lows at the end of the daily pray er—"that 1 have to carrj on under this pseudonym as long as the world fails to react to the erucithis evil. 11 1 stand before you and fixion el our nation to eradicate relate what happened on this planet, it I could be heard now. then I h, lieve, with perfect faith, that this is due to a solemn oath that gave mo tinstrength. This oath was my armor. It girded me with superhuman strength during the two years at Auschwitz. This oaih was — to chronicle should 1 survive ." at this point the witness, who is in his forties, col lapsed. Court proceedings wore suspend on a field. Mengele selected a taller boy and nailed a atrip, of wood to a post to indicate his height. The other boys were then ordered to measure themselves by the marker. Every(hc sg gliards and hv one understood that boys shorter camp serv j ces WB0 vu than the marker would be sent immovp abou thc (amp mediately to death. dren, who had access %  racks as shoe-shiners. Half of the 2,000 boys were ammui gassed. The general feeling in the camp, the witness said, was that the Nazis chose Yom Kippur for the murder of the boys with knowledge of the Yom Kippur prayer, "Unesansh Tokef," which describes all mankind as passing under God's rod, and with Mengele demonstrating that he was the one who decided who should live ad who should die. mp i which %  uccess. lied photographers, of half-dead were able to pull their gaze away one Yom ^PP* ^JJ*" J^l stole weapons for a revo ?u7v,VOrs SwTy moving in a stufrom the witness said later that ulariygrim.*Xblf^ — ^' a b0Ul 15 inmalti por ,n which they hanllv seemed to both Eichmann and Servat.us turnordered to assemble know that their previously unended pale. The three judges held ing agony was over. This wasfoltheir breath and a deep sigh arose lowed by a scene showing a transfrom the audience hand grenades to the i He said the or:Lir..l to hue as man) >S mi siblc to the varous \ kill them individ .;..!> a break for free* I m u the organizers vre lot; minutes before the revo scheduled, the plan.wei effect immediately, ss shot down, the !otl stol and the barracks and w engulfed in the flames, a onermade theil I id foi %  -'maiy?ed by i its for hers in %  ble to ihil. he bar"diiaged %  n and m was • po-hons, make 0 of out 30 he en into ten -uited :>nces ie pris* "ilom. Teitman told tW cour ed for 15 minutes Attorney GenThere were scenes of Germans t ra i Hausner then introduced KleinAlter presemauon o. ; broilgh back t0 a camp following man after announcing that D.nur ^"i the defense ease is completed, the ^ capture af(er ibcralion< s0 continHC K leinman fnon(K Prosecution will cross examine ; t hat thcy mignt ook on wnat tncy that ^ who Eichmann at both morning and afhad done f^ y wa ked gingerIy ^ {Q ^^ ^^ af er |he among the dead, taking care not to co llapse of the Hitler regime, had soil their shoes, holding handker been nicknamed the Angel of chiefs to their noses to avoid the Death" by the prisoners. He regunpleasant smell of the charnel ularly chose bovs for the gas cham ternoon sessions Eichmann will do all his testifying from the glassenclosed prisoner's dock. In weekend testimony. Gestapo Chief Heinrich'Himmler was quoted as saying that the Nazi SS had been given the assignment of carrying out Hitler's decision to solve "the Jewish problem." That statement was made by Himmler to Rudolf Hoess, the Auschwitz tamp commandant who was later banged at the camp by the Allies. The deposition cited Hoess being told by Himmler "you will get the details trom Eichmann who will report to me." Hoess said that Eichmann told him that six to seven million persons would arrive at Auschwitz from all parts of Europe for destruction by gas and that "we need a gas suitable for mass destruction without bottleDecks." Shocking pictorial records of how how Eichmann proceeded to implement the grand design for mass murder were shown in the darkened courtroom which had been cleared of spectators *or security reasons. Most of the films were taken by Nazi cameramen. There were clso films taken by photographers of the Allied armies who were among the first on the spot when the camps were liberated. tally slain men. women and i ildren came to life briefly as their faCes — contorted in honor i'in the h;st agonies of dying — passed the screen. Thc first film • owed the Einsatzgruppen in acThousands of victims of all ages, some naked, some in tatter t.. cl< thes, wore shown running before the machine guns mowing houses they had created and operhers, with the younger ones usually brcw worr j chosen to die. cards which were written in Ger He said mat the method used on man. ated. Nobody moved when the lights were turned on again in the courtroom. The three judges sat on the bench, faces buried in their hands .rudge Raveh was weeping slightly. The grey faced Eichmann. at his -c(' he na(1 chosen the pseu Bakcn, who was sent to Auschwitz when he was 14. testified that when prisoners arrived, they were forced to sit:n a statement that thcy came voluntarily and were be ing protected from "the people's previous witnesses, tha wrath." He told how the inmates ians in German unifon; forced to write postcards to pated in all of the mur in another camp. Thcrcsionsaid he was assigned to ing out stadt. saying that all was well, the personal belongings This was designed to calm them, lims which were somet: since most of them too were des"'50 stories high." He a tined for Auschwitz. He said he each transport to the Co organized a group of boys who riskaged 60 freight cars ed torture by including the He100 victims in tach car for death in the postthe transports containe and all the rest were m .tews. as had "ki ainaartiei•s. He piled d that %  > aver%  80 to ["WO of sypsies ie up of Jet to Europe or South America via Nassau! Lowest cost to London! Finest to Lima! IS owners. There were scenes from the liberation, followed by those it Jews herded into deportation I rains, smiling SS men. followed by a shot of Gen Eisenhower visiting a liberated camp. The haphazardness seemed to fit the total absence of any human order in the Nazi-created inferno. The camera then moved from cell to cell inside the gas cham tors, occasionally fixing on tlie dark epenings from which the lethal cyanide gas poured ('own on millions of victims. Other pictures portrayed the burning of bodies in the open when the jammed crematoria could not accommodate the flow of gassed bodies. There was a scene, taken bv Al TRAVELING* M AMiMll 1 Call GUS SHAW %  MAW IkAVII URVKf I.. donym rather than using his own name He replied: "I did not see myself as a writer of literature but only as one recording impressions I cannot suppress and cannot forget. I was in Auschwitx about two years —time there wasn't like time is measured here. There every fraction of a minute revolved on wheels of another time measurement. We had no names, no parents, no children. We did not wear things as things are worn here. We didn't live, we didn't dio. The rules there were not the rules of this earth. Our names were numbers." At this point, the witness rolled up the sleeve of his jacket to show his number. He continued: "We worton another planet called Auschwitz." At this point, he displayed the striped pajama-type garb worn by Ausch witz inmates. He handed the gar ment to the prosecution to submit as an exhibit. Correspondents who -=*£Ur From Miami there are daily connections to Nassau via Bahamas Airways. There you connect with 707 .jets to London via New York or Lima. The service—all the way is superb. British Cabin Service..lust what you expect-and deserve whenever vou travel. British Cabin Service is > ailed, rightly, the best in the world all over the world. 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riday/ June 16. 1961 *Jmtdh ikridlmri Page 9-A Arab Israeli Proud of His Country [Henry Goodman, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Goodman, receives the annual Aaron Eisenstein Outstanding Student Award at Temple Ner Tamid closing exercises. Right is Rabbi fugene Labovitz, spiritual leader. Also cited tor outstanding scholarship were Lewis Rothlein, Marcia Kaufman and Iteven Ecker. Registration is now being taken for the fall |1errn in all departments, from nursery school throuoh conr rmation. Ceylon Seeks Arab Pals? Continued from Page 1 A |rct in conflict, has never been lully explained, it seems to have fteen motivated mainly by Cey[ks desire to avoid antagonizing he Arab states and jeopardizing |i* considerable tea exports to ose states. It had been hinted, however, that the accreditation of ie Ceylon diplomat had been efrcted in an irregular manner by previous government and that is recall was designed only to r<-ne


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Page 10-A 9>JenisHhridHan Friday, Jur.e 16, ni P d v a r c t f r 1 ; 1 I t Pan American Good Will Tour Aboard SS Jerusalem Lists Exciting Itinerary Honorees who received awards at recent Jewish National Fund function in the Fountaineh ?au hotel include seated (left to right' Mesd--rr.es Julius Rcsenstein, E. Duberstein, Joseph Krantz, Louis Marcus. Standing (left to right) ere E. Duberstein, Mrs. Max Hecht, Mrs. Ida Wessel, Sam Schachno, Mrs. Robert Garber, Mrs. Miriam Press, Isaac Donen, Mrs. Wolfe Shklair, Mrs. Sylvia Meyers, Mrs. Ida Bookspan, Dr. Morton Robbins, and Jacob C. Fishman. Guion Satisfied With JFK Meeting Continued from Page 1-A power, it was assumed that charges would take place in relations between the United States and other eountres. He said it was therefore urgent that convertations be held with the administration officials with whom he talked. He added: "] had a interesting fruitful talk with Presi'( nl Kennedy.'" He also noted his v despread meeting with leaders Oi a ho-t of American Jewish orgar.izations, both Zionist and nonZ I r.ist. last stop was Paris, where he reporledly received assurances from French leaders of renewed commitment to support Israel in tb< event of an Arab attack. He > he Jewish Telegraphic Agency ir Paris that "'if my conversations Israels situation would really he excellent.'* He said he had achieved a complete understanding with French officials on world problems as well as Middle East problems. The talks involved t h c Prime Minister, Mrs. Golda Meir, Israel's Foreign Minister, and Shimon Peres, the Deputy Defense Ministriondly. ter. The highlight of the Paris visit was 70 minutes of talks between President Charles de Gaulle and Mr. Ben-Gunon. The Israel officials also discussed problems of mutual concern with Maurice Couve de Murville, the French Foreign Minister, and Premier Michel Debre. Mrs. Meir and M.-de Murville were reported to have discussed French support for Israel's desire !> es,s a ls J w are ] Speaking Heto be associated with the six-nation *•*• 2 ,,v,n 8 in ,srat '' European Common Market, and Baron Guy de Koinschild asked support during the forthcoming' him. "So in your reckoning I am not a Jew?'' The Premier laughed tiens as well as France's attitude to Middle East problems which may come up at the next General Assembly, opening in September. 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. Mr Bcn-Gurion also met 40 repre sentatives Of French Jewish organizations, in an informal conversation, the Prime Minister appealed to them again to study Hebrew and io demonstrate their Zionism by emigrating to Israel. "Why should I have to speak to you in English''* he said. "I am still glad to see that the Jewish spirit is alive in France today. But the C( mpletion oi the itinerary tor the Pan American Knends of Is this week by Carl Weinkle, "Cruise Commodore." The tour will take place in November under the auspices of the Greater Miami Israel Bond committee The good v ill tour will be the maiden Caribbeai voyage oi Irael Zim line's luxury SS Jerusalem. One of the highlights of the cruise will be a visit to the Mexican pert city of Vera Cruii, from which the party will fly by chartered planes to Mexico. There, arrangements will be made for speciaffunctions, including a formal recaption at w.-.ich the President of Mexico will be host. The stay in Mexico City will coincide with Chanuka. In ke< with the lestiv.il spirit, there will I e ,i ball in honor 11 the Miamians :it the Club de Sports, said t one of the most impressive clubs in the world. The 16-daj tour will begin Sundaj vening, Nov 19. The SS Jerusalem will arrive in Miami earlier that day to be greeted by a flotilla oi boats with leading dignitaries aboard. In the evening, the captain will be hosl at a dinner aboard ship in honor of Israel Bond Bar Mitzvah Trustees. Builders. Guard ians and Sponsors. At midnight, the SS Jerusalem, with 300 passengers aboard, will set sail lor the 16-day tour The lirst port oi call will be Port-au-Prince, Haiti, where the tour will be welcomed bj Dr. Francois Duvalier. President of Haiti, on Nov. 21. The second port of call will be Curacao in the Netherlands Antilles on Nov. 23. Next port ot call will be La Guaira, the northern seaport of Venezuela. The Miamians will be greeted by President Romulo Betancourt and other heads of state. t/ieer beauty c ,'s na:jra| ^ t'ng." The cruise will then ht^ for the Isihmus of Panama and the Canal Zone. Iren fallows th trip to Vera Cruix and the two. day stay in Mexico Ciry. The SS Jerusalem will return to I Miami on Tuesday mon _. ; Dr. Aaron Kaham. executive U rector of the Great) r M mi l-raei Bond organ /atioii. p< i ;;ttha' the tour will m;.rk I-rael's Bar Mitzvah and Pan Ann m Y U both being observ< lie i xplained that anating from Mam: dual bannei s >'i the Israel, isiting th< ;..!i! from I >ra I nd -c l will symbolize Isn i c. Pan American v spirit oi good w ill in w Israel seek to live wit ... and far." :; wnh leaders of other governments United a [ lons General Assembly vhom I have met would have been !" ^e Arab refugee problem. The as fruitful as mv talks in Pans, two diplomats also reviewed world ___^ developments and the situation in the Middle East, including recently CcmeS Night Scheduled publicized differences between the 'Soviet Lnion and the Lnited Arab Ladies' Auxiliary of the Abe HorRepublic. rowitz Post ol JWV was to sponsor a games night Thursday at the Unified bldg. Mr. Ben-Gurion and President de Gaulle reportedly reviewed in their talks Franco-Israel relaU lie f\alms CONVALESCENT HOME MIAMI'S NEWEST, MOST MODERN HOME built expressly for individual core of the convalescent, chronic and geriatrics patient. Completely air-conditioned • The finest nursing staff Soa:io'js. garden-lile grounds • Moderate rates • Recreational areas indoors and outdoors Member National Geriatrics Society. SAMUEL E. REDFEARN, Admtn The SS Jerusalem will then sail for Cartagena. Colombia, famous for "its emerald, guild craft and Rabbi Stern Off To Visit Israel Beth Jacob Congrega >n wind he has served fol .N >• > nr.d. ing Rabbi and Mr-. Tib Stern oi a tup to Israel and Kir pe Thej kit for an extended I r via El Al Airlines on WM nes Rabbi stern is author Eteml I ...'." a proposed con>! tution :ral forums in discussions o' n law. He will also attend 'he E:ct mann trial. 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Page 12-A +JmistiFhrkJiaF Friday. June 16. Rabbinical Assn. Issues Statement To Community on Aims of Organization Graduates of Coral Gables Hiah School in whose honor a special Baccalaureate Sabbath service was held at Temple mora last week. Seated ,lett to right! are Phyllis Brenner. Sabbi B. Leon Huiwitz. Kathv Strauss' Standing (left to riqhO .::e Noiman Zarr, Barbara Simon. Stan Melnick and Richard (refers. Dr. Kaplan, Reconstructtonism Founder, Celebrates His 80th Birthday on Sunday By Special Report \K\v YORK — Jewish peoplej throughout the world took note ol the 80th birthday of Mordecai philosopher was born on June 11, 1881 A controversial figure -ill his life. Dr Kaplan at 80 Is still vigorous and still creative He is currently The noted bllsl | y .„ vw rk completing a new book, which Harpers will publish next year. The Jewish Reconstructionist Foundation, which he founded in 1940, and the Society for the Advancement of Judaism, which Or. Kaplan created in 1122, are the two major organixations now dedicated to carrying out his program of Reconstructtonism The program calls for the recognition of Judaism as *n evolving religious civilixation, with its spiritual center in Israel, expressing itself in the d : sp3rsion through organic communities. Pr Kaplan's philosophy has permeated virtual. > every corner of lewish life 11 i -= vocabulary — "Jewish civilixation Jewish cener." "living In two civilizations." 'unity in diversity." and similar ihrases— are the touchstones of his thinking For more than 50 years, he has taught rabbis and teachers at the Jewish Theological Seminary in Now York. He has also taught or lectured at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Columbia University, the University of Chicago, and 1 others He holds honorary degrees from the Hebrew Union College— Jewish Institute of Religion. Dropsic College, the College of Jewish Studies in Chicago, and the Jewish Theological Seminary. Among his major works are ••JuThe Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn. this week issued statement to the community in which the organization's aims are set forth. Signatories of the statement arc Rabbis Morton Malavsky. president; David Shapiro, vice president: Solomon Schiff, secretary; Herbert Baumgard, treasurer; and Alfred Waxman. executive vice president. The statement declares: "We, the newly-elected officers Of the Rabbinical Assn. ol Creator Miami, would like to apprise our people and the communltj with the aims and intents of our association. "Of course, the first aim of our body is to foster fellowship between all the rabbis of our community. Our association has witnin its fold the rabbis of all the wings cf Judaism, including Orthedox, Cor.servaiive, Liberal and Reform. Whle we differ in many theological and ideological concepts, we realiie that ethically and morally we meet on common ground. ••Whatever approach we may take toward Judaism, we are unanimous in our devotion to our great religious heritage, which has come down to us through the centuries. We feel that through united effort, we can better serve the Jewish community at large "We can point with groat pride Rabbinical Assn. Installs Officers Rabbinical Assn. of Greater Miami was to hold its installation dinner at the Sterling hotel on Thursday starting with cocktails at 6:30 p.m Officers to be installed are Rabbis Morton Malavsky. president; David Shapiro, vice president; Solomon Schiff. secretary; Herbert Baumgard. treasurer; and Alfred Waxman. executive MOO president. to our participation in such important uspectw-of our comfriunHy-as the .Tewu-h Federation and the Bureau of Jewish Education, mcluding >-,!ch institutions and agencies in our community as ttie Home for the Aged. Mt. Sina; Hospital. American Jew ish Committee. American Jewish Congress, the B'nai B'rith and others, doing so as a group collectively and also within our respective conuregations. However, our interest is not limited to the Jewish community alone. Being part oi the larger community of Miami, we consider it our duty to participate in the civic and communal lite of the city at large "Frequentij. significant iss les ari>e where a united front on the part ot the rabbis is most essenti \an example, wo may point I i the State-and-Church and Religi in :M the Public Schools issui wh have arisen from time I '"Joint meetings are held, with representation of the Ministerial Assn. of Greater Miami, and we work cooperatively with the Council of Churches of Greater Miami. An important pnase of our work is the chaplaincy program, and we look forward to community cooperation on this vitally important service. "At most of the monthly meetings oi our association, we devote a period to a lecture We call on scholars from within our ranks, and verj often we have invited guest lecturer;.. "We also serve the larger community through the medium of television, radio and the publicity channels of the communit> We are always willing to accept constructive suggestions and even criticism. We want you not to hesitate to make recommendations to us. While we cannot guarantee that we shall accept or implement alfJ gestions advanced to us, we ca assure you that we will give IU our most careful and whoIeJaeart attention. •We would like to conclude -J the words of our sages, that hraefl God and Torah are one and" mdj visible. So. too, our efforts will j] ways be directed toward the well being of our people, the further. ance of our faith, and the promo tion of our Torah. tor the blessed ness of Israel and .>t mankind.' GEM M" spreading Torah and Judaism A special delegation oi Rabbis from New York insp'i •> %  lectures snd show n n -s o i Chabed t An enjoyable md i< n son s plan Refresh nents || be set ved Co ne and bring yen ds also Admission free There will be no solicitation of funds k i Rabfe A Kurt ... Mavhai Rev J P .*•: H K louil C mev RabbP Webb* S We.



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lay. June 16. 1961 +Jei$t Flru Page 13-A GEMS OF WISDOM \fuii it made, to create, from the • et to the potter. DISRAI I I • • • The poet ar, d the artist create h\ tatttre, not because of what they tqutred b\ learning. IBN EZRA • We are what we create. OPPENHEIM To lire meant, to create. M, STEINBERG. • • There it continuous creation out the new idea;, discovered in the li rah. ZOHAR. • • T n< implies that man can beto"it a co-creatcr with God. — DR. HAI Ml I \\ hoevei teaches his son, teaches ... ne his son, hut also his If. >i -. (.ml so on (o the end i | iitions. KIDDLSHIN JOa is th %  .. I ictmi s %/, IQjlOMS Power of Creative Word Helped Survival of Jewry X,/ By RABBI MAX LIPSCHIT2 Both Torah Congregation The God The S c r v i c e s J hi s We c L c H J cbrcw V.— on\ er~.it ion Information to be included in the Religious Services column must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All releases received after that time will be returned as proof of lateness. their AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7001 Carlyle ave Orthodox. Rabbi laaac Ever. Saturday s ; ; o a.m. Sermon: "What i~ the Foundation < .r Judaism?" liar Mite van: Nrael, s..n ,.i Mr. and Mrs, M< ji Bender, ANSHE EMES. Conservative, piesident. 2533 SW I9tn ave. Maxwell Silberman. — •— RABBI MAX LIPSCM1Z communication [351 D^in-nDi? "V ti .n 1 ?? DTt nrvn Kb T '* %  T : T : T irin jiD^tfa nrrn XI.W? :im nrara nivm D"3 ... --: s T : T : norr> Vw n^n "p^n jrrrrjltfji en D-^K 1 ? Dn .nfrng ixnin D-tfiir n .rrtaVjjj rtrany ntoijrjaa TOOTS ,OWD> rJTi'yoa V I • : T : T : rrn x^i .-risrni^rrprn (a a v ?in .o^ina ^DD'C? r-27 stow V?ain ma • : T T-: : • T frc'na ow^na ,otonn n K^B x 1 ? .nitfatfBi nirp> • %  V T \ : T trinn pap D-3T w?tf :ps "T 1 ? w|n D^SjlDni pANSLATION rabbis of blessed memory tell us that "by the word of the heavens were created." Greeks claim that the earth was created by an "act of God." whereas our sages believed that the universe was created by the Word of God. The word, the seemingly insignificant idea, the obscure dc.'d. may have within it the power of creation and destruction and can never be lost. The ethical concept, the moral teaching, the creative value, may seem to disappear and become lust to the world. Yet, in time, the flourishes, whereby its echo and the idea are assimilated. Every thought, or idea, or word is lever completely lost. In time it makes its imprint on the sands ,.l history. Only recently, a young woman informed me that an idea preachin a sermon 12 years ago changed her entire outlook and affected her approach toward life, people and Judaism. And "ii life and death arc in the power of the tongue." how much ; more creative or destructive can the written word become? It was the written word that helped make the thought of God universal Before the medium of writing, the representations of God were stones and pillars. This was the provincialism of idolatry — always fastened and : limited to a place. But with the Written Decalogue, made portable in the ark. the word moved irom the local to the universal. Moreover, the ancient word conveyed the truth not only from place to place, but from time to time, generations transferring it to succeed, ing generations. As the coordinator of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn. for this Rabbinical Page. 1 am cognizant of the important task that lies before I us. The articles and information should be representative of the high i caliber of rabbinical scholarship and religious sensitivity of our local spiritual leaders. Our objective is to make this printed word inspiring, informative, provocative and intellectually stimulating as it has been in the past. I It should also reflect the unique and distinct problems of our own religious climate in Miami. 1 therefore invite the readers to write to i me personally with regard to questions concerning our heritage, laws. customs; questions pertaining to problems of our own local community; ; and creative and constructive suggestions to enhance the spiritual sensitivity of Greater Miami Jewry. The questions will be answered by members of the Rabbinical iAssn of Greater Miami from week to week. Send your letters to Rabbi FLAGLEB .GRANADA. SO NW 51st : Max \ LiDschitz c o The Jewish Floridian. P.O. Box 2973. Miami 1. Fla. pi. Conservative. Rabbi Gerald 1 The ZZ of the word is indeed great, for without written comi? !" : •„"*' £MTSt munication. Judaism could not have survived. It is my smcerest prayer that the efforts of this committee will help perpetuate Judaism and Jewish culture in its widest meaning and scope. BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Conservative Rabbi Norman Shapiro. Cantor William W. LiDson. Saturda: In n.ni I ".HI YMtsvah: .1. 11'rey, in of Mr. and .\h~ My ( .i Al.i-.iiu: Harry, BI.II of Mrs. Sara i .. i .!i. II-. II. BFTH EL MX) SW 17th ave. Orthodox Rabbi Solomcn Sch.ff Ki l• .1 %  Sa i urd i Tin \ I.. I >| '• BETH E:.'ETH 13250 \W 2nd ave. Conservative. Cantor Hyman Fein. BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Pr.-.lne ave. Orthodox. Rabbi H. LOJII Rottman. m — 3ETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamche*. hrida> •'• i MI Saturday v ''• •> m SorMI.HI i MI ill. Tnuii ..I I'MWct'kV Italdil Abraham W.ms.hn. idi BETH KODESH. 11551 Qua.I Hoost dr. Rabbi Harold Richter. Krlda> "• :in p.m. Strmon: "Truth's Triumph." SHI HI da} T a.m. BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave Orthodox. Julius Saperc, president. • BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or thodox. Rabbi Joseph E Rackovsky • BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. hiiday 6:30 p.m. Saturday 8:45 ;< m S.IMM.II: "Portion of thiWeek." Bai Mltsvah Steven, nn of Mr and Mr Seymour RoRon; Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph iTahen. CONGREGATION ET2 CHAIM. 1544 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabb> Abraham Strassfeld. CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER. 8755 SW 16th st.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. • DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. ConServative. Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. I-'I Mi;,> 8 :iii p.m. l>iuii'l Medvln will be guest speaker. Saturda) S a.m. Strmon: "Portion ot the Week," Cantor ESmanuel Mandt I. Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. Krldaj s:i". p.m. Sermon: "Brlnsina I'p Kat her." s'.mn.l;.\ IO:S0 .i m, Bar Mltivah, KUIott, son "f Mr. ami Mrs. Bernard Sima. TEMPLE MENORAH. 820 75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz Cantor Edward Klein. KIIM.I> i;.:;u p.m. saturda} B a m. Si i•ii. .M: -rh. Portion of tii. Uw." Bar Mltsvah: David, .i Mr. and MiSamuel Itrauberl : Ki nncth, son "i Mrs. Shirk > Mllsteln. • rEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th st. ana Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Sanoii Gombera. laj l.'i .. in Si rmim \\ Ihv I'ath i.f RlKhtiousiK-sv Mai Mitxvah N* rwood, n "i .\li and I Mo •-,. %  %  w • TF.MPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100 NE 10th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno M. Wallach. i l i • MI Sirn H m: "Whi %  I %  I rEMPLE TIFEHETH JACOB. 951 Flsmingo Wiy. Conservative. Rabbt Leo Hum. I i Ids %  S:15 ii Si mnn: ''The Sin iilficann .t: a True H> I hi r's l>a> mea Shabbal hosts: Mr nnd M Harr> Iteek In honor of ihelr weddliiK .iinii\.:v\. Saturda} B a.m. Sei •II. n: VVe< kly I'oi tlon of the i..i • TEMPLE ZAMORM. 44 Zamora ave. Conservative. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz. i-rlday •: p.m. Saturda} x .l". a.m. Salmon: "Worthy Goals." Bar Mltsvah: Robert, -i'ii ol Mi and Mrs. Hart*} i Si ant!. • TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb. • TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Cantor Albert Glantz. KYIda) v::ii p.m. Sermon: "Measuring Success and failure." Ones Shabbal husi: Sisterhood. Saturday S a.m. Sermon: "The Rise and Pall of Korich." Bar Mltsvah: Dwight Boraes, sun i>r Mr. and Mrs, Gordon Pearce. • YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu. hrldaj vi:. p.m. Baa Mltsvah: Mima, daughter "i Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lebi.niK. Saturday 1 a.m. Sermon: "II itoo Difficult." liar Mltsvah: Oren, -on of Mr. and Mrs. Munis Leblaai VOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE Orthor"")x. Raobi Bherwin 171st •. Stauber. d:30 p.m. Saturda} Mltsvah: Leon, son of Mr. and Mm Bi rnard Rosenblatt. HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1150 W. 68th st.. Hialeah. KJIHOW ifottr tables or miserable Arab F< Is fell ill with malaria, typhoid, ry and skin diseases, and was no one to care for the The dangerously ill were i (I by wagon to the hospiM'-day journey through (hi Wl nd ruinous roads. No wonder '' n any of the sick died, and the suffered disillusionment -pair. (.Brit Ivrit Olannt) By RABBI SAMUEL FOX Who composed the words of the Grace after meals? Tradition has it that Moses was the author of the first blessing, having expressed it when the Almighty sent down the Manna irom heaven to feed the Israelites in the wilderness. Joshua is said to be the author of the second blessing, which thanks the Almighty for the land, since it was he that led the people of Israel into the HOIj Land. Davici and Solomon arc said to : b e the aut ing Tins r d R< ,s r rc r aTet:i m "' operation with the Spiritual Lfddirs of the Greater Miami Rabbin* cal Assn. RABBI "•'*>\ A. L1PSCH1TZ '• ordinatof Contributor: RABBI SOLi %  >'' | V HIFP Gems o] Wisdi m HOLLYWOOD Johnson st. David Shapiro. Heilbraun. ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 26th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrtield. Cantor Abraham Seif. Union College To Grant Degrees By Special Report NEW YORK—John D. Rockefeller. 3rd. and Jacob S. Potofsky. SINAI. 1201 president of the Amalgamated a b b i | ., TEMPLE ""cantor* Yehudah Clothing Workers of America, will ; be awarded honorary Doctor of j Humane Letters degrees at the graduation and ordination service (of the New York School of Hebrew | I'nion College-Jewish Institute of Religion at Temple Emanu-El here on Sunday. June 18. Howard Mumford Jones. Abbott Lawrence Lowell Professor of the Humanities at Harvard University, chairman of the executive committee of the Frank L. Weil fasti1 tute, and specialist in American and English literary and cultural history, will also be awarded the ,-Doctor of Humane Letters degree. Mimr" 11 """"'"' w Uj:UL;auai.iiiii which speaks of Jerusalem.] : Why is the knife removed from the table before the grace is recited? iTv'id cVpTured the city and Two reasons are offered for this TE^E -*FTH e i ,,,; hiU -he Temple there, practice. First, is the Jewish con rt VI tier, Yavnen a't said to JJeptiqn 'hat the table is Ukc he I ve comno d the fourth Messing altar of the Almighty. Jus, as the i, e Sead were allowed burial, altar is a place over which no metal .Sim the ZS3*t for even shall be raised (since the altar is I LmZ to be tragic. an instrument of peace and met.,1 what -seemed to be tra g> | ^ instniment of war) s0 is it ft forbidden to remove the prohibited to have the knife on the he tablecloth from table when saying the grace since is at the time of grace it is the center of prayer and mest comparable to the altar. Others claim that the reason for this is b$eaus< a strong devotee ol the Holy Land plunged the knife in his own heart when he recited the portion of the | race thai i the rebuilding ol Jerusalem, becomes a'ti nee h*grief over the dOtfr ,;;;;;, p Temple as ^strongl MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION. 1101 SW 12th ave. Traditional. • OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weberman • SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th st. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. Kridaj t %  %  p.m, Sermon: IOOH '• ; he Put ure." •-..: -i "a.%  '.*^ •• %  >" TEMPLE ADATH YESHXJRUN. 2320 NE 17Ht st. Rabbi Mftan Cap'an. K*rlda> v p m Sal I. • %  rn. • TEMPLE HETH AK, i950 N. Kendall dr.. S Miami. Reform RaDbl Herbert Baumgard. Canter Charles Kodner. i i '..v K.J3 P m: ;:.-'-i'i % %  "' %  • %  %  % %  w t'h • i:. ii. \-/.;:.. a.m. I'.ar Mltsva'h: T5rnal.H,.~i.rv M M .•nd Mra. 1 HOLLYReform OF ave. Why is bread or the table before tr.e grace recited after the meal? I„ the act of pronouncing grace seeks the blessing of .tie Alfurther. A blessing canman who will have to -tart with. the doth and eaves an en mighty not come 10 a nothing of his loving the EL WOOD. 1351 S. 14 Ratoi Samuf\Jaffe. TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM ct Hollywood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative i-'i da • p '" f'aturd Bat Mltsvah Howard, .%  n ut Mi \ %  • g warts TEMPLE BETH BHOLOM. 4144 Chas ave. Liberal. Fcabbi Leon Kronish Cantor David Convlser. • :" p.m. Pa I daj Mltsval lo %  v \\ Stanley -• i" 'el Phill] Mr. VI Mi "iH U1S.1 TEMPLE B'NAI SHO'-OM. leSOC \v\ 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabti Harry L. Lawrence. • TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 vVa*hino ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi lrvin( Lthrman. Canter Hirsch Aainr. Hebrew Teachers Elect Officers Electe.i recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. Peinstein, 8850 Bvron ave.. the following officers will serve the Hebrew Teachers Assn. ol Greater Miami for 1961-62: Ruth Wagner, honorary president; Batyah Stadlan. president: Louis Gadon. and Fay Feinstem. vic< presidents; Zvi Rosenkranz. treasurer: .'.nd Miss Yalfa Rosenthal, secreti ry. %  "M TEMPLE iSRAktt Reform. Rabb* Cantor Jacon B. -37 ME 19th at Joseph R. Narot %  n. CANDllllGHTMG TIME 2 Tcnimuz — 6:59 p.m. 1 MPLE JL'CL... 320 Ps^nno ava %  l-'llliiMB



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PS?K£K3WS? ---4 A -Jcnisffkrrf&r Fridcy, June 13, \ A Browsing *h Bocks:_*1 HIURYMINDilN^ frienrf/K Sentiments of Rembrandt Toward the Jews / %  Rembrandt. athe author ;• --. ., K£v5?ASD^ 1MB -H*S AM T- SlftLE 5Frawa c4rai^e'fTrri.*f '-or•- S—" = s %  S. G*rw. "*C oo B w .'.a lfi4 and A-rCe#*•! Sfwffifwt: By MIITON FRIEDMAN State Dep't Justifies Nicolas Eichmann's Visa Washing! r E UN'TED Ber et i txgate abase (a :.--..'.-: i ~: E noann He — g_2 lU.a.ni n-unmigr mt rhe %  : r< -: -. Wasfaiagi thai i • re je ntthy erv r: %  -'" m*7" be *::: the; i can't g* t of a _,-..--•; •:.asaa %  laaenea The —"—""i paipose .: the Eichmawti sa ; to -.--..-._: A Yet -i res :.-"ore tors %  refraia £r prejudicial i ----KM ncas : n Lgs reiac m ; The State Department •-.Ovefsggs Wewsiefter: B y EUAMU SA1PHW A Sober Warning -?m IS THE BEGINNING %  I zy ptian ai ~ its U level, re the eg i %  L-raei's arch-enemy %  %  %  .-•%  • %  i 5 -•~ %  -' -ra : ----" 7 .: %  that .-.p -. tgait : • -. Ra t I -...' tended .-• a.-. I. rr -i Iran affairs doaeJy Thi aart the i threal -ore dist assd BMR apparei i Steal tesaoa *e;i He apparent!) fedi thai Israel MS haa a asaBtaCve iupenerny over BM forces and toe< not want to nsk aneajher Jefeat Aba, Nasser has learned—a; thi Suez ftrfi shown.—rt is iaapaaaahai today to • :;| ea] -a..r. aacl a st.-atefic area aa the MidBaat *." %  '".e danger of iarge powers inter••en" i hen the SI ;al to send an ofl ithembas KT % %  -. rresp" State Deparmeni i e. Yet the :•• Btrasl d ith tt irtmenl attn i %  • I rnng the receni in fias *\ --.-•?a -.%  ----ath< [the i holder acts ?ansi e put iterest nmigra tfficers montl ag • oefor adh irtj Mi alien -' lem House I n-Amen.5ar Frai us .: ibans er ag the UnerieaD te a the ibat invasion lisaster Earlier in • mbers .•-.:• -•: • nalisti % %  % %  its for N gists that th ime L'.S nsular office in Bu< %  \at approved the E a rm >a to a Jewish rt \ai irs ago. i an as asked rate her raci ind tion. ;h( rsell • nsular Of I ... You'n 5. cons States ... ... -. • %  E the Si v to juestioned ay Ami Call......... nee But 5 \i ny Intelligence gi Serbs I s on their s Between Yov and Me: Rembrandt, athe author potr.t* m paintings. "Portrait of a • ad "BAJ Not eob by ;ty!e< of dress and -a.-ddrf aguish the group ; but ~, mouth — Bonus --~-ph,rdi P h,J appears dignified and restrained ,' l n .. a.-.d mien, while the Ashkenaz:. ; 0 ; h(a ^ .-•haa face of suffering; r.... CC[)(r J to the full, measured glance of Bor.u> arc twisted S and -u-pif au'hor. formerly profe-*or •: -. raisl -\ 0 f art ;. of Breiau and cura-...of the lm& .-... in Berlin, is at present a member of taeftcaM .Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati He aii a ^ issing art in very human terms and an .ntuition thi piquant historical note in i nating tbc back: -he paintin2> Rembrandt :• says was the First artist courageous enough to -hew Je^ and •on to speculate fr writer mbrandt had probably gleaned thi There are 66 illustrations of painting? etchings rf ngs and the text, which would be CJ • iit-.enough, cularl) for the anarysea of the manj "id Testaneg -c.r ch Rembrandt executed, is beautifully pnntei : pe •' is not crass to mention :-• remarkable price. real!] <= pittance for a book of such inti extenaj lehghl Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Battle for Freedom PHE CHAPLAIN • : Vale I'ruver' sily. who wa> arrested along t-itth the Freedom h.cer? ;n Misi--5ippi % is marruc '.( the daughter if the famous Jewish pianu-t. Vrtur Ruber.>te;Theitory of his preacher remind* of a Jewish preacher w*M did a little oa'tline for freed hack in 1861. R.-co: Da\.d Einhorn. of Baltimore pro-slavery forces ware strong in Maryland, ... there that the abolition^!. Garrison, firsl tasti Ir. 1861. the anti-lrucr ar.ti-Uncoln timent there reached fever beat Mobeven ittack I'r.ion soldiers. David Einhorn howpulpit to attack slavery. He was rn< • n pe; tedly, but he did not %  %  '. -he churches and ; flew Members :iim m got 1 flag. too. be -:roved otli But DaEinhorn kould not permil nercei n was told %  as in I respect. I • %  ha doaei • %  ne v. : Id nol 5 forn r! %  lecl !l1 !" ... AOUN rot be able 1 shield bin f -^ pr :" ... 5 more Rabbi • • %  • •' : l :ir; ; t bat he ke< n iU r > linl 10 li rei He let: F. in 8 tmi finally to New Y Hirsch wrote of Einl i >^ 1 nc "' lers of abohtioi along *" larrison ai eotSr them in Americai %  r >' l x p n „, l %  he preached in G< •-•' %  : > .: American Jews of thai .... The great of Geri, re BORIS SMOLAR U.S. Anti-Semites Aim at Genocide Convention THE ANTI-SEMITIC ted Stateare —as • %  anti-Jewish rr pheir are co i an all-out campa ign to counteract the grim imr* ision that -he ti -• ai the Jerufalem trial ha* made or. Americans They are a!-o intensifying their cam-paign against the ratification b\ the rs <:,.,,.,„ T" Genocide Couvennon which outlaws m h w of people as a< carried oui by the Nazis They have even formed an Adolph ElChmaM Tr,.-,. Fact, Committeewhich give, u MflreM ^ p Si*.;? lf Birniinsha TA a *•*. Mtive in the -OHM, Tht-darbolt^ claims ^-;VlTt J 55 nothing" in '. nltlf oi Eichmai itic hudc trial in Jerusalem; I es a "plot" t" set %  • Genocide Convent! HWBW Some of the anti-Semitic leade; IS \ M c 1. K Smith, go even as far as •...%  • heCC organ. 1M antial nn*1 tha' Eichm*"" that Eichmann is Jewish. Sn N < • %  Litter, says that "there is a "t people oi intelligence who believe •'< w and is hems used in one of the most trauau %  da campaigns known to history (he ne' The National Renaissance Bulletin. or an hf • %  hat' Nazi James A Madole. advises readers to >,u • rd 0 ll craied statements" by Jewish leaders w.th/_ 0 { t I l hmann trial and the necessity for ratlt '£ Eic hma G ni^cide Convention. Rockwell's slogar. on t dlD trial ii We Like Eieh His few followers ar r^ with placards carrying this slogan wherever opportunity to do so.



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r ridcry. June 16, 1961 JmM ftrrirtfir LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD'CAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 61C 5^=4 I s Ki:: PETITION OF |; %  HARD WI.NT N •; AS T MANX I the \''' I i.l/AI'.KI I ANNA ANDKIlSuN, %  Inor. NOTICE OF ADOPTION PROCEEDINGS I.,. JOHN •'Win VNDER.t< ,\ ,, I:. •' I. h%  Co : .my S|>HI I %  Poinl %  ; in Hultlm re, M \ an lerebj n 'tilled that the %  • ii. i %  • I !• %  il RICHARD ft \Ti>N UA8TMANN, has riled ., lion in the i b • : i UMI court fi it i li>)>tli n if the IT i 111 Id ii.. MI.. .in and you a equli ed to show vvl ) the • i KIIO ild not bi .1 : .. Ber> Ing i cop) "i ... i iii-n di •• •!.-..-. r an>. upon SH EV%  ;c N H MAN >. i %  i"/c • for Petitioner RICHARD \TON iA-STMANN 348 b'eybold Ing, Miami 32, Floridu, and bj • ,s lb-\ni'< t tl • v-"i M Itta is. ik "i said Court --I before Junt I--,], i therwiM del < %  > %  may l>. ,-. of May, 1911 ,: B i -:ATHI-;RM.\N. Clerk. i aii '" .rt. Da.de County, Florida || : HELEN KKSSI.KR Deputy CuM U 8/2-9-ll-S: NOTICE BY PUBLICATION ,N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 61C 5544 \\\l'.S> DiSTfeFAX' I, Plaint HVI.ISS VNN DISTEPANO, I•, i. n -:t. SUIT FOR DIVORCE n I'UVl.^SASN D1BTEFANC \I: nlewouri Avenue i ;|,,u ••ter, Massachusetts PHYLIRS VNN DISTEPANO Ueivbj no title t that a Bill ot %  i.i %  II ; r Divorce ha* been fileil i you, am) you are required to .. %  i .. -if your Answer or Pleadnj ... (he BUI of Complaint on the llfl Vtton ,%  STl H.AR AM I '' • IINII'K ISO 71st Btreet, Miami i Fin., and file th Iglnal ,i i.] Pleading In the office ol i %  i •. •' th,C %  i i '""ii "ii oi |.. ih< -'th da) "l June. 1961. It judgment b) d< fault v. hi '. %  n against you for tii DAYCHU Page 15-A BY HENRY LEONARD n irta lik on mbe itf i:'i'p. kl l wonder when they'll do LEVITICUS?" Cop/. 1961, OavAtf Production* LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th I,-I signed, dealt in-' to bun nKM under the fi. tit il WHY WASH %  N w 27 Ave., Miami, PI i ....-: .• said a., in, with the CJ< fit ol hlM Co v .,• I' i ;" ,-• %  % % %  ,. .; | • 'I Kris > I. x s I'lNi is, i: DELIGHT HASTINGS' S* I i i.v ners AIN & l.~is Vttoti %  0 W !•' uKler Hi 26, LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE V V. R l GATHERMAN, Clerk, ill %  %  t. Dade 'ounty, Florida • \ HELEN KKSSI.KIt Deputy Clerk 6 2-8-16-23 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIOA. IN PROBATE, No 52o27-A iv RE Estate <>f JOSEPH RA.NDAZZo .... %  -. ,1. NOTICE OF PROBATE THE STATE OF FLORIOA: i" M.I. I ERSONS INTERESTED IX THE ESTATE OP SAID DECEDENT \ are hereb) notified that a writitrut -nt purporting to be the !•' %  A ill and testament >>t said deceibeen admitted t-> probate In i on, • you II • %  h--i eby comi w itiiin six calendar montha u d••• of ihe 'Irst puhllcit • notice t" appear in said Court • .. cause, II an) you can, wnj "lion -,f S aid !'• rt In admP.ting "ill to i>robato should not stand U. P. lll.AN PON, Count) Judge I LOIH r PAST! IRFIELD, Seal I Clerk v ll Ws A ORUNI WERG %  • • .i %  irundw • i i Es i i%  III. VXDAZZJ, :'•...,-! Build in4 \ %  publlcati HI of ibis notU e on NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVKN that th.undersigned, desiring t> engage in business under th.fictitious name of IVANHOE RESIDENTIAL DINNER SERVICE at l 1 ":*" N W, 23rd St.. Mini i. Florida Intends to register said IIwith the Clerk uf th* Circuit 1 i : %  %  of 11 ide i 'ount). Florida OOURMET MASTERS, INC. B) Herschel C ["ii. ma> have against the •state "f LOl'IS SEIDERMAN >; i %  idt llorida. l.i)' NOVICK 875 W. 46th Street Miami Beach, Plorlda MARK S'lLVERSTBIN Attorne) for Applli ant tL'n Lincoln Road Miami i:.aih. Plorlda NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTH'E is HEREBY CIVEN thf under -lined | ins to i i, r I— land. Plorlda fbtentl* Wfearlster name with thClerk ol the Sircult Court of Dade County. Florida. M" 'S \ M fjoB By: M [4Qippprman,E^asldent HARItY Zl. -KEjtXl.-.K* Attornev for I > ner 120 Lincoln Road Miami Bench, Plorlda 5/26, I --^-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to enj.fp in business un-ler the fictitious namet il if PARK'S RGPRIOERATION & AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE I'M'-Ks AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE; PARK'S AIR CONDITIONING '' MO N.W. 25th Street. City of Miami intendg to register said names with 'he Clerk of thCircuit Court of Dade i 'ounty, Florida CHARLES O. PARKS GEORGE, AMES & RITTER Attorneys for Charles Parks 1150 S'.W 1st St.. Miami 5/26, 6/2-9-18 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! vJenislh fk/ritdftatr Solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates IHnl I IS 3-4405 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE Clerk i County. 6/9-16-2:1-31 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of A-l MEDICAL Sl'PPLY at 2261 .-'W :;7th Avenue, Miami, Florida, intends to register Bald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Plorlda JERRY l.l AVITT 6/9-16-23-30 r, 2-9-16-23 I.N I ti I • %  i I I %  h< |l V M AI THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 5?J23-C t. ot u:.\ \.\DER ... >N NOTICE TO CREDITORS t'ri Itor* • VIM Vrsons ll.ii.i i i ci i Against s., id II • berel i and r< • mt aii) i i and demands >o:i a \ ive inaiust the es • V LEX AN UBR ; -: : >i N d< Hi oi Dad< louj %  lorld i, %  '"lint) Jii %  I 'a'le 'oiinti il* the name In t > ol flees In the < 'ourthu -• iade "ount v, In, Ithin elgh i %  mlai months the date of the f •-' publication %  "i the same I i be barred, NORMAN BLSI M x1 Executor •HIS. ROBINSON A KISKEL, E8QH ne) s l-'ed. ral Building i 82, Florida g ;i-l 6-23-30 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. NO. 51937-C IN RE: Estate •! CORNELIUS \ VNDERWENDE tveeased. NOTICE OF PROBATE THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO M I PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE EST VTE I >F SAID DECEDENT \ %  | ,.. itifled that a rit-,.„ instrument %  • ''•• ""' last will an i te-tament ol sul i rt lent h is In -n i It" probate in ..,, i %  irl v ire 1 ereb) com• ian.li d with I '• %  "' '''" ,.... • % %  publli • of th itoi 1 '!''' m i .how i IUSI II in) • "i • an, wnj U I: „f | %  • In admlti ni ., • ... not stand onr-i tjEi 'RGB '. CLA RE, County Juds B) LOIS F PAST RPI ELD, K'JS %  "• %  : ..... -. MAN ... n i( ce on %  ,/j t.16-23 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE CIUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 61C 5637 LINDA LEE KL'RDVLO, Plaintiff, vs. PRANK 1. KURDTL, iH-fe-ndant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION To PRANK L. KIRDTLO Patrol Squadron .",6 Naval Air Station .Norfolk. Virginia vol ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and yon are to serve a cop) of your Answer or Pleading to the Complain I on the Plaintiff's Attorney, Ft. ROBERT KOLTNOW, %  -' W'.'St Plagler Street, Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the Office of the Clerk ol the Cln III! Court on or before th.3rd d.i\ of July, 1961. If von fall to do so. Judgment by Kefault will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint, DATED at Miami, Dade County. Florida, thi> 31st day of May, 1961. K. B. LEATHERMAN 'lei %  of Circuit Courl I 'a Ii" iunty, Plorlda ,..,], B) K H. I.AN WAY, I leput) Clerk 11 in'-.CUT KOLTNOW Attorne) for PI -.•_•, w i Flu er Street 6 2-9-16-23 NOTICE OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. INCHANCER1. No 6IC 541, BARBARA DAN NER. Plaintiff, \s FRED THOMAS DANNER, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO FRED THOMAS DANNER 1206 Mary] d w %  st. Louis, Missouri Vou FRED THOMAS DANNER ,• not! I that a l-.'il of Con iiiaint for Di h i. ieei against you, and > '" ire required to pierve i cop) of your Answer *' Plead-] •ng to the Bll ol Complaint "ti the plaintiffs Attorney, ANOELO A. ALL 100 Ainsle) Bui din-Miami 32, Ida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Co irt on or before the 26th -lay of Jun •. 1961, if you fail to do so. Judgment >'> default "ill be taken against you for the relief demanded in the BUI "' Complainl This notice .-hail he published once each week for four consecutive weeks in TDK JEWISH r'l.'>lll 1.1 AN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 23rd day ..Ma) A.D 1961. K. B. LEATHERMAN, clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, '"' %  tido (seal) B) :\i CAVALARIS, I fepu J Clerk VNOELO A ,\l.l ti.'O Ainsle) Build i I Miami 32, Plorl la Attorney for Plaintiff 6, 6 2-9 16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the undersigned, desiring •., enguge in business under the fictitious numi ,f AAON CONSTRUCTION at 1207 N W. I"th Ave., Miami, Florida intends to register .-aid name th 'Hj Clerk of tho Circuit Court Of Dade County, Florida. SAUL MANDELL Sole Owner Ii 26, ';,':-3-i6 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 52368-C IN RE: Estate ol NATHAN N TRAL'MAN I),,. a ed NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Saul Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present 'tis claims and demands which you ma) havagainst the estate of NATHAN N. TRAUMAN deceased late of Dade County. Plorlda, to the Count.. Judges of Dade County, and file th. same in their offices in the Count) Courthouse %  Dade County, PI rlda, within ei^ht calendar months from the date of the. first publication hereof, >r the same will be barred. FRANCES F TRAUMAN, Execi• %  \ Ii 'SKIMI A VON ARX Attorne) 502 Blscai ne H ill ling Mia mi, Ploi -I i 28 6/2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW •IICF is HEREBY c,i\ EN th it mderslgned, di %  i engage in es s under thi 'name %  '•MAN'S .1 E '..' I" '. Il ^ A N 1 c|| itKI'AIlt it I460A VVafhlngVven MIn Beach. I %  i lo reglsl • ul ''; tn of Die cir. ill C iuri %  iaw iy, Florida. V \TD W Pltl'''iMAN '••W -:i •' v N' • I. KWITNCV IN THE COUNTV JL'OGE'S COURT IN AND FCR'OAOE COUNTY, FLORID* IN PROBATE No. 52825-9 IN RE Estate >f II V.it AN LI Kit-:. '"'NOT'ICE TO CREDITORS i-o \\\ credit irs and All Persons Ha%'„,,-:, m8 or Demand* Against Bald K V oV nre hereby notified and r ilr..,, ... present an) claims and demands Whlchvou may havagalnrt ih. ••, of'HTMAN Ll'RIK, deceased late „f uade Count) F i Ida, to the Coun• Judge* of -a ounty, ind file 'X. ,„ their offices la rteCounthousi In Dade t oui.ti. Plot Ida, NOT'CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN I ., .,... .._ .., j >n iiin business 'hi fictitious i of COLONIAL HOMES at 21 K .,. \ mi stead, Florida. imer raid n u with %  ,. %  ill Coui if Dadi ''""i" 1 Florida RICHMl IND '' >RP" RA I %  N, i > nei .1 DAVID HERMAN Att \ foi Vppli ml .". s Kiou e Ave Homi -'• %  id, Fla NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GM EN th it the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictltloui name oi M VRDINU HOTEL at 210 63rd 81 Miami Beach intends to register said name With the Clerk of thCircuit Court of Dade County, Florida CBLEST CORPORATION a Fla Corp NORMAN Ki'l'T Atioi ne) for Applicant ISO Lincoln Rd. | ,,,,.... NOTICE OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCE"'*'. No. 6'C 547JOSEPH BENEDICT, Plaintiff, v.THERESA BBNEDli I i.ien lant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: THERES \ BENEi >ICT 47 |.-: Htref New Brunswick, New Jersey You THERESA BENEDH hereby notified that H plaint i %  •• Divorce has been filed against v •• %  and you are re to BI : \. ipj > %  your Anew -r ot .. Bill i| Con il lint >n 11,,. piaii fi i • • • ; •! Iman, Cold .-... .v %  I, .. stree' M lorida \ %  : gin the offlc of the C •' : '' Court T. ne. 1961 mi m bv ili ,.-i:tided In the [Sill u' I'n Thinotl iha'l be | I once i In THE xX DONE AND j Plo Ida, this 24 if x • A.D i;. B. L x LMAN, Cli lit 'o-,-t 1 >a le i' iunt) %  Flo I I seal) Bj HELEN KESSfLER i >eput) i' Goldman, (; ddsteii i< Pa 2303 West F ig er 31 Mi imi :C>. Florida \tt irneys for pialntl t 2 v i 8 ~ I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 52730-B IN RE: !•:-: ite ol l \ci< MILLER I let-eased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persong Having claim.-. ..r Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified an,I required t" present an) claims and demamie which you may have igainst the estate of J VCK MILLER i -ceased lain of Dade County, Florida, to the Coun:> Judges -u Dade County, and file the sim. in thei: offices In the County Courthouse in Dade Count., Florida, within eight calendar months from the date ol the first publication hereof, or the >amwill be barred. SAMl'EL BLANK GERALD SHELDON MILLER LOL'IS HEIMA N As Exec itors of the Es ate of .lark Miii.r. Deceased MYERS, HEIMAN .< KAPLAN By: LOUIH Helman Attoi nej for Exe, :t.,-. Eleven Fifty Bulldli U.iO S.W. 1st s. Miami, Pla i I 2-9-H tame ''' %  ;:';. "• kas nti ii %  re -In Ri> %  f or •• wl I'rJK KAPLAN %  8/2-9-16 NOTICE UNOER FCTlTIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERPITt GIVEN I the nI tiuslnel ... 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Page IS-A +JeistFhrHi3r Friday. June 16, Two At Vienna By MAX LERNER The first Elinaiirtjr TTrnr'-.-. %  • sun • trembler.rnnc Tfce -our.* AmeRcac President ..-• emerged It a a s first i icaibv-confrontat-or: great*strei lage i ? t.~.e .e_ : •-"• t who sax that nothing .. %  fed by I l -'left -x,--: %  a %  %  ----" %  > r ^" : But -"-"": %  %  b' -coofrootatior. frt public image a.d crati* Those at saury ;uS:a:::ve positions A yours;. Pre-.it"". c r u i tiirc'. Kennedv %  tfa the norm -. > ?r %  '•--'••-'I .-. ^.:er -.. • i.-ce : %  : -;: I meal 1 -v. I %  S wn*l 5 will go much better 1 *** • M reting ar il /VK Studying Court Support Of Nazi's Ban SEW YORKrJTA -The New Vert ed by the Stat< a m refusal to r t for a public rally I Rod v.• ricau Van reviewing ....--... k • letermuv appeal the e States Supreme C i rt The State wld Rock I such a meei York City by a ui The tribunal affirn a ruling handed s •: F rar> • thi ...in y %  :;. Suprt %  •.-.• ." an %  %  rj Epsti Rcxkrwe'1 bad aoaealed for o*-~rl te be i a raltf in Union Squire ongina"v OU Jjly *. 19W. Paries Ccr— 'SSiOf-*New::: Moms o>ned the sermit. ar-d Mayor Robe M rris and v. Alt I %  laru 1 -. fU's lu the -LL' in>te %  thai the ienial .: s permit nstituti %  -. guan th which in appeals I all nc matter bx • DOS SOB Of D Justice Ergpheid '.-permit ienial jrdered b> tne eitj "{facials While ne ther Mayor Wagner nor Coaajamaoner Marrit would com%  eM here on the Court of Appeals deeisi ration Counsel Lrd sets around in both camps about 4 said ha.: asi S n %  -• -.r.z about :r r talks %  as the failure to get a *s :•. ?t-bar. and disarrnamt.-.". Yet the fact remain thou: both toes that tt and they emerged neither as :.^^.^^:r^ %¡ conq ered I ere • an interesting d::':'erer.. ren their moods at the end of It vac Khrushchei who let it be known i a real begma been made: it was Pres.ier.t Kennedy rr seemed t remain skeptical and even a bit grim One can unierstir; rhai und each : these stances Fv: hjps Khrushchev is uBptyiag that since things .-.aw recently well for the Corrmur..^ :he> ^r nfthrd to hi feual m a ortd that ^ eoui* their way The Presidetn in turn is saying that some recent events may have misfired, but that in the difficult Struggle (* -r.i .ea;er ship ahead he has only just begun M fight Besnies. the Russians prefer to talk BOfUj BOW. exactly because the) have beer, pushing the po.-.tical -ar r.ard in their actual deeds Kr.-r chev needs to reassure his people about peace, rather than spur thetf support for his stem measures — a support whicn. as a r.e doesn't need as a democratic leader needs it. The Rossiaa eoUectire effort depends on discipline from above, not urgency from hate* In the more loosely organized democracies a gi deal depeaufa M the t-utness and resolve of the people The Kussaana ling awact a.-.; lowlargely to relax and destroy the eoUecthre will which is so hard for a Sta leader. Dar. Burros, democracv to build up S;K; 1 -a.-ely apply : r —g>— — tl:— — '>— ^ per:-.: talk in Sou York as PRESIDENT KENNEDY'S task :s harder He rrus: tighten the soon as he IS through with his r solve of his aura people ar.i : the Grand .Ai-iar.ee by keeping them •ubles in New Or.ear..Rockaware of the rtangrn ret he must rrey a ser.se of conftdeiire at ..... and 11 .: his storm troopers'" al v-.c'ory Pushmg h.s own propaganda line Ehirushchei seems to .ere arrested in Sen Or.ear.two have rarrited Kennedy to that Russiaa trip rhieh Chenhnuir was to recks age rhile pickeuag a theatre have made until the aelo.^me r..:t -a.rul.e; it :T:T. under Bun Presi -nrre the Bio Exodus*' as being dent Kennedy's line is not to close ar.y I rs a the possihUit) : a risai shown Thej rere carrying signs tc Russia, hut to deJaj as he can set the quant) -: Khrushr deriding Xegr es Thej chevs deeds rather than hu • -.I to be tried m Sew 1 startr^ :-.s : %  the Brst Keaned] re ans earl> this *eek Knru?nriling I ad and say -..-_• :re: another, either ._:-. this rear r eartj r>e\: year Whether .: a reI lea in VI E r things very wefl :>r eerj bi 1 ; between -~ • -r :er:er^ If 1 > rery wcU. the PresideJ K t -. --. v-itatioa howerer ::..-.i If they go ret _> be I to ask for uamir.i >a an impel saster WHICH O' THESE anunhrhn pushes his t ru vhich free :: •-::•::' the third :> Tr.e nub of the woe struggle t t : a" wars take tl Tsuar aaovea Ecaadoe ar Bra: evaa Mexico Saaec the Russians ha ar wars, through I ear dntiitna ->*> reeri mr _^ The h^ Keaaed] have Mem] a :. 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0 J the w ovnaii s OtU/ by ISABEL GROVE "eJewislli Floiridiarci II will be a two-fold trip for Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mitlleman n they leave thenborne at 5654 Grana a Cor Gables, for a i r of Europe After a stop in Pan-, they'll take -on Robert hen to Jerusalem where he will enroll in Hebrew Universitj I'hen they'll continue their journey, visiting Greece, Italj and 5 tzerland, before returning home .. .lust returned from a two-month vacation in Europe are the 1 Rvid M. Woolins. of Palm Island ["hey have more to talk a cut than what they saw. what they bought and what they ate At Beau Lieu Sur Mer on the French Riviera, they visited at it home of daughter. Mrs. Betti Bcrney She's a prominent %  nter there, and recently participated in a "50 American Artists" ,it co-sponsored by John Cabot Lodge am! Princess Grace r Woolin son. Martin, head of huge South Miami Heights rban community, has his plans all set lor a visit with his sisi, • Betti, in the fall Samuel Frummer. vice president, of Lion of Troy Shirt Co., vacationing at Eden Roc, played host to daugntcr Shirley who in for a long weekend Most ot their talk centered on plans Shirley's marriage in September to Gene Secunda, son of the us composer. Sholem Secunda -•.mold and Florence Rubin are on a buying trip in New Yorfc He's buying for the business and she's buying for Florence nwhile, waiting back at 4567 Jeflerson av< i re Jill, 13, Debbi< 11 who received two gold charms to commemorate her ,,. on from sixth grade. Betty .lean. 9. and Nancy. 5 Miami. Florida, Friday, June 16, 1961 Section b H< l>ur Town filled with the sound of collegians — their past accoi ,li.shmenls. activities tor the summer and luture plans r Sater, son of Mrs. Pauline Sater and the late Nathan Satcr, i. completed his sophomore year at Western Kentucky College, where be is president of the Spanish Club Was known as "Swish" at Beach High for his dexterity in basketball not too long ago Leaves in a tew weeks for Camp Ocala, where he has spent most of his summers, iirst as a camper and more recently at a counselor David Popick home from his third year at the University of Fici ida. where he is majoring in science and math Barely got inside the door when he heard not so much about sister Rikki • uation from Beach High, but that she and partner Tom Kapp won a prize as "Best Dancing Couple" on Dance Date. ch. 7. a few Saturdays ago Grace in Cha Cha, Calypso and the Slop l?l is hat did it Parents are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Popick. of N. Bay Kikki entering Dade County Junior College in the fall Son of the Ben Zion Cinsburgs. Edwin, brought home from Gainesville not only a BSBA "with honors," but membership in the honorary Phi Kappa Phi and a three-year scholarship to the college I of law at the university there ... He also belongs to Beta Gamma Sigma, national honorary, and Pi Lambda Phi A summa cum laude came with Bernard Moskowitz' degree from Southern College of Pharmacy of Mercer University in Atlanta Ca. His wife, the former Edith Sussman, of Rochester. N.Y., hit parents Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Moskowitz. and brother Bruce. 13, Coral Gables, mighty proud Entire family now heading for their summer home on Ridge rd.. in West Rochester. s- %  Collegian of a few years back. Harvard College ', to 1be exact, is Dr. Leon Manheimer Entire family, Including wife Sylvia and daughters Joan. 14. and Sandy. 111 guests this week ol the college in unique reunion for alums of 25 years .jngnj will be a motorcycle escort to Symphony Hall for dinner and Boston Pops concert ... In addition, there will be tea dances. r dances, and supper .lances, with Joan and Sandy_ equallS u rtained, but with their peers At the endI of jhe week, thi danheimen will motor to Sylvias home town, Bitterford,Me. I amily visit Then a tour of New England and the .White I I Bins ending in a drive to New York C ity. where the gnjs W1H board a train for summer camp, and Sylvia and Leon w .11 be com i S on their own lor a wonderful Gotham Town vacation V-o enjoying a class reunion this week is Dr. Max Pepper %  in Philadelphia for the 30th ,c te,.il.cr i Jis J efforson I ... College class Coincidentally .1 Is the 30 h edd.g rsarj ior the Peppers, who will also attendI the Amman .. Assn. convention in New York City on the 2i rd. Were, 1 be joined by son-,n-law and daughter M l | ;'"'',,. i ling lies a senior dental Student a J^ !" !" They -ii return here together. ** !" > !" n .. will spend the summer with his father in Coral Gables. celebration Daughter lovely P hyH s. graa 1 mi Beach Senior High Son I ;< J" Ji ^ I niversity of Miami law schoo An. r tinberg, happy parents, celebrate their -3rd '..„s, graduated from University fl^Jffij^jZ. Ihis mother. Mrs. Walter (Mol ly) Jacobs.j V _Jeflfer• pjke %  i brothers Eric and Peter at then Lak a. u ^ ]y N.H Plans to enter Dartmouth U this lan ior in banking and finance Diarama of the Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center at the Exhibition Hall of the Fontainebleau hotel, where the General Federation of Women's Clubs held its recent convention. Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais, on the national service committee oi Hadassah, discussed Moving Day ior Hadassah, which rncrked the official opening of the S25 million Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Centei at Kiryat Hadassah (Hadassah Town) on the western outskirts ol Jerusalem, Israel. Local Fndaspah women assisting were Mesdame Nat Barth, Harold Melnick, Jack Davis, Ben Ziegmund, Leonard Wolpe. Irwin Liss, Barnett Beckerman, Hadassah Fassler, Robert Perlman, Lillian Goodman. Henry Wernick. Sec'y. of Labor's Wife Abstract Artist; Couple's Daughter Mrs. David Cramer through Another who wi make ^jgffJS£^jShit sister, Mrs. Nathan Glover, M bug"' ^ returnlng from tor of the Brooklyn Philharmon.a ^ vj() | ini>1 a pV-Xico City, where he and Ru8| orchestra ol the UniverI ar M 2dtor riMJ***S a. M. *" i v Autonomico • ltu > ut II Wisohn Stadium early in July. By Spcial Report WASHINGTON—Mrs Arthur J. Goldberg, wife of the Secretary of Labor, is an abstract artist. She also operates, along with three other artists, an art gallery in Washington. She has had five one-man showings in Washington, New York and Chicago. Mrs. Goldberg describes her art as an attempt to fuse painting and writing. In her paintings, she often blends words, or fragments of words, or newspaper clippings with abstract forma and colors. Mrs. Goldberg was born in St. Louis, the daughter of Russian immigrants. Her maiden name is Dorothy Kurgens. She was brought up in Chicago, where she attended elementary and secondary schools. in order to earn enough money for college, she worked in Detroit for the oow-defunct Liberty Maga,, as B secretary and researcher. i ater she attended Ihe Chicago branch ol Northwestern University, where she look night courses in journalism. Mter her marriage, in July. 1931, Mr Goldberg continued her education receiving a degree in art education from the University ot Chicago. She also attended the Cn j cag o Art Institute and the s ool oi Social Service Administration at the L'nivcrsit) ol Chicago. B [ore her firsl child was bom. Mrs Goldberg did volunteer art jeaching to children at Hull House, internationally renowned < nicago settlement house, and later, tor a period, was a case worker v „ h steelworker families in South tl Smcethen. -he has devoted her time to raising her family andI to her work as an artist. l*e Goldbergs have two children. Robert. •„, a student at Amherst college and Mrs David A. Cramer, a social worker, whose husband is a physician interning at the Boston City "3? ''Barbara Leah Goldberg, their" daughter, was married Sunday, June 11. to Dr. DavidI Alan Cramer at the Temple Kehllath M.she Mayriv m Chicago, 111. Dr. Cramer is .he son oi Mr. Maurice D camera;.,! Mrs. Walter Zivi, of b J Weinsteln officiated at the 2:30 p.m. ceremony, ar.d a reception followed ot the Standard Club. For her wedding, the bride wore a Bianchi dress of silk taffeta with arplique embroidery and chapel train, a short veil, elbow-length gloves, and pearls. She earned a small bouquet of Jilies-of-the-valley and cymlidium orchids. Dr. Cramer is a recent graduate Mrs. Myers Leads Institute of ihe school of medicine of the University of Chicago, and Miss Goldberg a recent recipient of a Blaster's degree from the University's school ol social science administration. Both received their undergraduate degrees at Oberlin College in Oberlin, O. Alter a brief holiday in the east, Ihe couple will take up residence in Boston. Mass.. where Dr. Cramer will be interning at the Boston City Hospital, and his wife will serve as a stall member of the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children. Leading the second annual President's Institute of t h e National Council of Jewish Women was Mrs Stanley C. Myers, of Coral Gables. Mrs. Myers was recently rejected a national vice president ol the organization. Locally, she ia vice president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. The Institute, which is a training course lor new leaders of NCJW, was held June 11 to 13 on the campus ol New York University in New York City. Mrs Bernard Yesner, newlydieted president ol the local Sunset Division, attended the Institute. Dr. I). Jenkins, ol Temple University, served as advisor lo ihe group. At 19th annual congrega.icnal dinner of T^J^^ !" nre lames M Albert, president; Mrs. Harvey E. Kramer Sister W mesidenu Mrs. Joseph Pardo. PTA president and David SuckSr. Brotherhood president. All were installed by Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual leader of the conqreqation in a spedalfy-prepared ceremony, with musical selections by Canto David Conviser. Installation was preceded by a cocktail £Senc dinner of which Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L.Alton.£* crcrv vice president ol the Temple and honorary board mem be: oi Sisterhood, respectively, acted as chairmen.



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Pcge 2-B Cooking Mildred o r n e r win The arrival of hot weather is both a boon and a bane to the meal planner. Refreshingly chilled fruit*, melons, and berries can be the answer to most appetizer and dessert n*ds. The markets are filled with a wide assortment of fresh vegetables at the peak of quality and usually the bottom of price. It is the main dish that can be the problem It most contain the protein nourishment our bodies require both winter and summer, yet be light enough to appeal to appetites dulled by heat and humidity, (old meat .and salads are a fine choice at times, but what is really needed is a list of recipes containing quickly cooked, easily prepared hot meats and fish to lend balance and variety to the other ccld dishes Steaks, chops, liver, and hamburger come to mind at once and rave a definite place in summer planning. We think of frankfurters as a standbv for picnics, cook-outs, or late snacks. Yet the frank iurter can be utilized for many unusual dishes which satisfy all the I needs of summer cooking. These popular sausages are exi cetlent protein food, are low in I coat since they have absolutely no waste, and the flavor is appealing. They blend well with other foods. [and best of all cook, with no pre! liminary preparation, in just a few i minutes. Frankfurters wun scrambled ieggs are such a popular favorite | they need no introduction, but with i a few added ingredients this sim| pie combination becomes an un-usual specialty for a brunch or supper. The smolced bnsKet used is available at the same counters where frankfurters are sold. bu1 is somewhat different :be various firms which ; letely different is lh€ prat kfurters Sweet and Pur.8en1 ..:... n cf a Chinese dish With quartered tomatoes and any cooked green vegetable ; provides a complete dinner plate to appea. ja< ed summer appe Frarsk'urters and Eggs De Luxe 2 slices smoked brisket, diced 2 mtdium onions, minced 1 lb. frankfurters, sliced 2 green peppers, diced 12 stuffed olives, sliced 1 8 teaspoon white pepper 116 teaspoon powdered thyme 6 slightly beaten eggs 18 teaspoon oregano Cook the brisket in a large, heavyfrying pan over medium low heat until the fat has melted out. Pour off all but one teaspoon of the fat | Add the onions and cook for three minutes. Add the frankfurters and green peppers and cook five minutes longer. Add the olives. M 5 the oregano. white pepper and thyme with the eggs ana pour imo the frying pan. Cook slowly until 'the eggs are set stirring occasioned oy, ]un e 15 ,. -. '. r ':s recipe mafcea t to 6 portions. Fa*>*vrters, c„ t fa-vo Pe-Tse-1 1C fri nkiurters Lai iespoor.s \ regets bl< oil 1 ;. | : : pineapj <. .: ill • : cu| dri in< sweel pickle chips 3 4 cup pineapple syrup 2 tablespoons pickle syrup 2 tablespoons soy sauce 2 table spoons ccrnstarch 1 4 cup cc]d water 2': cups canned fried noodles, heated Cut the frankfurters at an angle into 1-inch pieces. Brown in the oil. Drain off any fat which accumulates. Add the pineapple, pickle chips, pineapple and pickle syrups, and soy sauce; bring the mixture to a boil. Dissolve the corrstarch in the water, and add a little of the gravy to this Pour into the pan. stirring constantly. Cook until thickened, then simmer two minutes longer, until the cornstarch taste has disappeared Place the needles e>r. a platter and cover with the frankfurter mixture. This recipe makes 5 servings. Mrs. Weston Guest of Honor Mrs. Lawrenct A. Weston „, given a Eurpi R< Bon Voya 3e lurch eon at t w .-• i hotel by her„ Iher. Mrs AniwHymati, and h 9 sister. Mrs. William Carmel. Ak present wen hei daughters, and Me r; bei mother-in-law uj Max Weston, and the folio* friends: Mesdarr.es Jack Ge-artner, I4J Pilzer. Jack Sega!. Mayer AhrnJ owitz. Al MccbJcwitz. Murray nctt. Ray Morse, Sam Hirsch.1 Belsky. Edward Klein. Seff 'Silverman. Ralph Hall. Lewuj Platt. Gene Troop. Arthur jwitz. Wilbur Wishner. James; j enson. Harry lefkoff Mesdames. Edward ArnoM. Rottenberg. Abraham Towbin,! jSussman. Henry Levy. James Lid pert. Jack Jackson. Sol Ro erantz. HaskeU Brarter, Harry sky, David Berry. Harry Altma.| Dr. and Mrs.. Lawrence A a ton are teaviig this week for i four-week tOUl oi Europe via I frjicr ie t Officer Will Serve on Unit Brarceis University National Women's Committee recently appointt Mrs Solomon B. Margolis. presie-tnt of the Greater Miami chaptt:. to serve on the resolutions committee al the national conference June 10 tc 14 on the university campus at Waltham, Mass.. and Mrs Sidney Schwartz to serve as ptrerai chairman of the southeaste;:, conference tc be held on Miami Beach next Dec. 4 and 5 with the Jccai chapter as host. Aho attending the conference and eommer.cemtnt at Brandeis Uni-, versify were Mesdames Joseph Emj staff, Jcel Meyer. Samuel Oberj stein, Anna Opper. Samuel Rosen-1 berg, and Harold Turk. Annual Brandeis Creative Arts awards were presented at the Fellows' banquet by Leonard Bernstein. Lillian Hellman. noted playwright, made the response rn behalf of the award winners. Dr. Abram Sachar. president of the university, was principal speaker. Commencement address was delivered by Sen. Hubert Humphit>. who received an honorary degree. Other recipients of honcrdegreei included Lord Bevedge, Harold C Case. George F. 1 Abraham Feinberg. ,' Edward f M He) U:. 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•-day. June IS, 1931 ^Jenis? M:r$jti3r. Paje 3-3 \ GMJCC Summer Camp Personnel Meet For Intensive Week-Long Training Period July Cole, Jill David, sheila ~> • Vicki Hirs< h, Man ia .•> %  Susa Katz Robena Kop -. pi %  [man G raldine salata Hei ert Roberts, S \ San Is, Earn r seventy-two si 5 of the Hall, Roberts Javer, Martin L ith, Ronald Wen r, Larry Greater Miami Jev immunity 1 ,z Judith Litvin, Irene Maze -Veisblatl ai I Henrj W< Center participated in an inten^^Schul^iane S i / s ,....., ,.,. ..._ sive week-long counselor training u^^T^I j" V plotkin : head program beginning on Monday in J seior, Lawrence Geffen; preparation for the forthcoming' Nrth County Branch-Camp difront counselor, Leonard Chaplin} 'I rector, Donald LaBelle. program general counselors. Robert Ga. ip, director. Miriam Scheinber^; v.aJohn Harris, Linda Hyman, Lm la terfront counselor, Yvette Cole; Newman, Sandra Peyser, Robert general counselors, Phyllis Cohen, Sisncn and Janice Wayne. summer day camp session which opens at four locations the following week. [T-scussing expansion plans of the Hebrew University of JeruLlem are (left to right) Jacob Rifkin, Mrs. Rifkin. Dr. Shebmo Bhunami. and Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, of Temple Meaorah. >. Shunami, librarian of Hebrew University, spoke at 3 re;eption in his honor last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. tifldn. Rabbi Abramowitz, who visited the university last rummer, also talked. .00ted Bocks Discussed Here Dr. Shunami left Miimi Beach Sunday after t n visaing tb* home of Mr. and Mr*. Charles Charcowsky. H. is Rearing camptetion of a six-month assignment, the reorganization of rha> Hebrew rens of thousands of Jewishjttned books looted by the Nazis iring World War [I remain behind ie Iron Oyrtain, a librarian of the lebrew University of Jerusalem ,: i a Miami Beach reception in his section of th* Hebrew Library. 1 m ir last week .. r .. .1 Dr Shunami said the Jewish UniSpeaking at the r-oma of Mr. and rs Jacob Rifkin, Dr Shelomo versit >' and National Library, which unami said approximately 500,is housed on the rising new campus 0 books have been recovered from of Hebrew University at Gtvat Ram, -tern and Central Europe. He | serves no t only as the library of aised the cooperation of the Urn-, a ,, 0 as th 1 States Army anl, to a lesser „ tent, the governments of Ger-; llbrar >" of tha j2wlih l* 0 ? le ev3r *i.'.y and Austria for their aid in'where." gaining "lost treasurers of the aspora." Conducted simultaneously at the Miami Branch, Beach Branch, North County Branch, and Southwest Branch, training sessions were led by the respective camp directors and other supervisory and specialist personnel. Each camp will have, in addition to a camp director, a program director, arts and crafts counselor, and waterfront counselor Each group of 15 children will be led by a team consisting of senior counselor and a junior counselor. The training sessions dealt with such subject matter as goals of the Center camp program, camp procedures, the counselor's job, group program planning, camp themes, individual behavior, Jewish programming, group behavior, health and safety, recording and supervision, rainy day programs. >ral Way Sislerhtrd Pledges amounting to more than $106,000 towards the |5'JO.>30 solar In addition, there were skills workshops, and active games, quiet i games, songs, dramatics, arts and crafts, folk dancing, cookouts, nature study, story-telling, and waterfront program. The staffs assigned to each of the camps are as follows : Miami Branch—Camp director. David Eskenazi; program director and arts and crafts specialist, Sylvia Ruskin; waterfront counselor. Lois Andrews; general counselors, Richard Gertman. Ronald Gundry, Joel Klass. Steven Miles, Hanette Ostrie. Irwina Roberts. Sharla Ro-, energy research center project; han Jerrv Schwartz. Nancy Tausponsored by South Florida Friends uer an d Naomi Tropp of the Hebrew University have been Miami Beach Branch—Camp di(Sisterhood of Coral Way Jewish secured, according to an announce nter was to meet rhursday even at the Center. Mr;. Leo Wein |e;n. program chairman, was to induce Mrs. Sally Canada, cosmetional leaier; >! the American an; waterfront. counselor wimam nan. who was to • --terhood Friends regarding ttex year's naShaw; general C !" J^%^;£ nbers for beauty and makeup tional ictlvil a K teld la this Barnett Steve **•". ttooenu MtraUona. area Garlinkle Sup Goldberg, Ronnu iment by Gerald Schwartz, regional rector. Arnold Pislrin; program di. %  director. Schwartz went to New rector. Ira SMlUMfc; rt nd 1. York this week to meet with nacrafts specialist. Prudence VaughAnnouncement THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION WHICH HAD BEEN TENTATIVELY SET FOR SUNDAY EVENING. JUNE 25, WILL BE HELD AT A LATER DATE. FEDERATION MEMBERS WILL BE NOTIFIED OF THE NEW DATE AS SOON AS IT HAS BEEN OFFICIALLY DETERMINED. President BXJjrllDIISrE'S sunshine fashions trend setter in the south Shop Burdine's for the South's widest assortments best in values newest in fashion and home trends. Use one of our Sunshine Credit plans to shop the nicest way to own what you want when you want it. Shop monday and friday nighti. miami, miami baach t ; l 9 163rd ttnui ft laudardala, wait palm baach ill 9 33 When you move to town...or to a new home... Your Welcome Wagon Hostess will call with a basket of gifts ... and friendly greetings from our religious, civic and business leaders. If you, or others you know, are moving, be sure to phone Welcome Wagon. HI 84994 WELCOME WAGON



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?cge 4-3 -JmlstflcridBari Friday, June 16, 1961 =*, 200 Pay Tribute To Mrs. Goldberg v m 2 : parents gather \ | Mrs gisi ITS of servk to rei m rest; I skit i Blocl lepictisg Mrs rg*s loyalty : P %  a script "••: %  'Zisquil sander S the A spoke ol %  a Go •'-: rg's i tnplis 1 rontril registrar ol nj Mrs Jack Buchs PTA, ores plica c Sr. Citizens Show New Aggressiveness in Seeking Voice in Community Affairs MSS. HAUKKt GOLDBERG A part of the evenings program • "'• : Mrs : %  : Berg Mrs Leonard R each i er A sc ;>%  ^ .• | %  )] v -:: f tin ne He — '-"irs Philu % % %  eiss. of the H A M I I senior c t %  Miami : the .fcond annferei ce for rei Center Meeting I gether in a -• ries of workshi | ii lder men and gave I new acmt ol Ivea in %  trast gh ea< ii tj I coi : r the eni r citizen n the I [fairs J Sabbath Dinner Holidays and ever>' day -^5r Kosher your meat and fowl with Diamond Crystal Kosher Salt! DIAMOND STAL SALT <_ C OAS*ej T?.rse generations of Jewish housewives ha** put their ence in this fame i salt for purity and quality. Its oompl ana mdi D:;:iry Law is absolute. Neither too coarse nor to-:: ::' it is easy to sprinkles If. Perfect, too, for all your seasoning. Tc laj k ** and bakir.get a FRESH NEW BOX of Diaai Crystal Kosher Salt! makes crispier salads Ordinary salt end '. waits green. Net so wtk Dta%  nood Crystal Kosher Salt. It's < y So k doesn't melt read:'.y. Just srrr.kle on crl-p greer.s. T: en shake off. Greens are perfectly i—innil Mad suy crisp for your fanarin dnaajaf. Build your reputation from Cook to Chef I Do all your seasoning with DIAMOND CRYSTAL COARSE KOSHER SALT Diamond Crystal Salt Company gislati Conducted last Sunday at *-e Centers Miami Branch, the delegates gathered earlier to hear a keynote address delivered by Mar1m Fine, chairman of the Miami Housing Authority, and to receive individual club charters from executive director Efraim P. Gale. Fine set the ton* for the day by pointing cut that senior citizens were still a vital force in the community and that everyone would gain if the full resources of the senior population were tapped. v enter pi • %  lent A Budd C served a> chairman, and Char.r. tkin senior citizens director m coordinator for the conference Following the keynote sessi 5 assembled in workshops c v.:> as community [ing n active memberTre's • -adership. i iitural and educational activiOn the quest-on of community Mrvice: Delegates si ited %  [ot5 of til aid 'oe utilized for goodol thers: that "we haven t would like ;o do .".: that senior %  :t was bet! than to receive:" that it was ... > pos%  %  nit} iximum pos O pubi c sffsirs: %  • they i : ed %  %  I • .. ring their Responsibilities of leadership: \ .ant str conducts their club the> fell just as keenly ever} and % %  '• active[\ : different in club affairs were natural and healthy; nee a ft >up •• ms e the min ritj should abide by it: the majoruj should show re• >r the feelir.,;o: :he r:.:-. %  :>. officer? should consul: with interested mernfcetg ar.d should in:hr-m-ienvi-v. leadership rt bt :>rared to accept criticism; there is a need for training courses ta agvelop better club officers and committee, chairmen. Building an active membership: A good member cannot be jut j spectator; members should be asked to serve on many different committees; they should speak up at club meetings and have the;r voices heard when decision.are made; members .-hould be Willing tsv accsrt responsibilities when called upon to serve; the lead' of a club i? most effective when it obtains the help of many members in the conduct of the club al Cultural and educational: sire for an increased emphasion iral activities was exprroups should have more discuson current events; sp r.d film* from various resources in the community were recumBen-Gurion Unit Closes Season Seas n final meeting for Farband. Ben-Guricn Branch 304 will be held Wednesday evening at Be:h El C :-'• rscar Ka?v. A ill be guest speaker Mrs Miriam Halperin vice vrrldent. vili introduce Mai ::rr-^r cultural D charge of the meeting Hig U oe .i social :;• in honor of Irving Sachs %  >' • bis wife who -. %  %  1ST; fad s Kistairut. scheduli Now %  Mrs Hall er Mrs Rei I %  %  only HELLMAXX'S could do such wonderful things for salads! T %  -' t. make j >ur sala I I -:' It's eas> ith a: %  • 0 : %  '. % %  c= Ne*> I:a. ..;. All three ..-S i %  • rry them n...with meat or dai ry j ^.famin fa -— Hel to .-. Try HELLMANN'S FRENCH So subtly spiced... so aromatic 5 %  '' %  inn's new Italian ira -''"•' rSD'Cy. A i Old Homnte.id French Pross-ng ,•' • II ivor and 1 All certified Kesher-Parve IV Y0I LIKE HELLMAWS MAYONNAISE 101 "LL LOVE UELLMANN'S DRESSINGS Deep rich mellow tasty... mcHitss! no other cheese in the world hits the spot like GENUINE IMPORTED SWITZERLAND SWISS CHEESE Buy it sliced or in a 1 ; tasty chunk t sandwiches, omelets, salads, canapes .. • r breakfast, lunch, per andicebox raiding. 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Friday. June 16. 1961 +Jewist) fJrrtcfxw Page 5-3 Officers of Bureau of Jewish Education installed ct recent 20th annual meeting of the Bureau held at the DiLido hotel. Seated (left to right) ere Leo Robinson, Mrs. Louis Glasser, vice r residents; M. A. Baskin, president; Mrs. Joseph Duntov, Joseph Cohen, vice orpsidentc. Standing (left to right) are Judge Frederick N. Earad, treasurer; Sol Goldman, honorary presWomen's League Picks Mrs. Cahane By Special Report N ::\V YORK — Mrs. Harry Ca, e, attorney and civic leader. %  s reclected president oi the nen's League for Israel at the ( elusion of the women's service i .anization's 33rd annual meeting ihe Hotel Astor. Mrs. Cahane. who has headed the \ men's group during the past !< ir years, will serve for a new, i o-year term. An LLB alumna c New York University, she is a r. niber of the New York State .r. and a former associate of the 1 i Samuel Untermeyer, under m she served in the non-seciati Anti-Nazi League. \ governor of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and a memof the board of directors of its • rican Friends, Mrs. Cahane rves as an associate chairman of • Women's Division of the United .li-uish Appeal of Greater New irk, and as a member of the New state Women'-; Committee tor S %  of Israel Bonds. ident; Melvyn Frumkes, secretary; Benjamin Meyers end Max Meisel, past presidents; and Louis Schwartzman, executive director. Not shown are Louis Heiman and Mrs. Matilda H. Ratner, pa?t presidents; Harold Thurman, Harry Simonhcii, Joseph Duntov, Ehiel Lesovveder, honorary vice presidents. ,. Women's League for Israel, MRS. HARRY CAHANE now engaged in budding a $400,000 three-unit, university student center in Jerusalem, maintains five homes lor women-newcomers in four key cities of Israel. The sponsor of an intensive program of aid to Israeli youth, the League has previously donated a cafeteria and two dormitories .for women students at the Hebrew University oi Jerusalem, where it has ,ii. is the daughter of the first Lord Melchett, a leading member of the British Cabinet during World War I. Her husband, who died last year, was British Minister of State for Foreign Affairs' from 195357. Her first meeting with American Jewish leaders took place in New York at the Delmonico ho tel on May 25. LADY EVA READING Summer Resort Opening Told Osceola Lake Inn. Hendersonville, N. C. an American Plan summer resort hotel in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains has opened tor the season. The popular hotel has been owned and operated by t h e Joe Rubin family for the past 21 years. Osceola Lake Inn offers quiet relaxation for those who want to rest, as well as a planned schedule of Registration for Camp Soaring Registration at TempleEmai i Ei summer clay camp, which gins en Monday, soared at the pi ent-counselor meeting Monc 1 p • in; L. announced Milton F< nste can p director. The meeting, held at the Temple's North Branch bldg.. tr.e can headquarters, provided an 01 •;• tunity for parents to discuss with the director and the counselor: individual problems of the children and to familiarize parents with camp program. Camp Emanu-El. in its fourth season, offers a program 0! at): 1 tics, arts and crafts, dramatic music, dancing, and a weekly Sab bath service held every Friday ternoon. Bus transportation n aterials. supplies and snacks ar eluded in the fee. Camper? ire accepted from any location OB ami Beach, as well as midway f %  > causeway. New and delicious! president. Federation of Jewish Phientertainment, lanthropies of New York; Dr. JoFacilities include swimming pool, seph G. Cohen, former dean of s h u ffleboarel. boating, fishing, golf. Teacher Education, City Colleges ot |, orse back riding, movies, band. rYOUR FIRST COURSE is ready with a flip of the lid New York; Dr. Emanuel Rackman. rabbi of Congregation Sharray Tel'ila. Far Rockaway, NY.; and Dr. Jacob E. Goldman, associate director. Science Laboratories. Ford Motor Company. Dearborn. Mich, Ner Tamid Young Adults Temple Ner Tamid Young Adults will hold the organization's second anniversary dance on Sunday evening at the Temple. The group dancing, wienie roasts, and nightly refreshments. for the young, ages l to 13, there is a Little Chiefs Day Camp, designed to solve the summer vacation problem for the family with children Information is available by writing to Osceola Lake Inn. • WIINO '< KOSHIK v I* >• %  £. 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Pcge 6-B *• JfH ter Fk radian Friday, lune 16. |M Symbol of Israel Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion's recent •j'5 visit the warm handshake siqnifying the bonds uniting (he United States and Israel. Here, the Prime Minister and Mr*. Sidney Leff, national president of Pioneer Women, the YYcmen's Labor Zionist Orqanizat:cn of America, exchange Greetings. Looking on are (left) Yitzchok Navon, private secretary to the Prime Minister, end Israel's Ambassador Avrahcrn Harmon. Pioneer Women maintains over 840 social eeivice installations in Israel through its sister organization there, Moetzet Hapoalot. hrael Bond Conference Told Of Near $500 Million Sale Perfect Circle Elects Officers Donald S. Rose, local attorney. has been elected president of the Perfect Circle of Temple F.manuEl. the congregation's young mard club Rose srecceds Martin Smith. Also elected to serve during iwi-62 were the following <.fnccr~ H;rael Premier delivered a ii : address on Israel's position at rational celebration of the U nth anr.:ver;ary of the Israel Bond ( „.,.-..zation which was held at the \ ftick hotel in Philadelphia. More than 450 Jew: leaders l us parts of the United States heard Mr. Ben-Gurion, duriig bis visit to the United States, ;• %  the close to $500,000,000 C ,-ided by. Israel Bondfor the %  '.try s economic development hive been a "primary factor'" in i. achievements during the I ..rs. "The Arab countries in the Mide'e East are legitimate expressions of the national indepenc-ence of their peoples," he said. "So is Israel. The future will b-.ng peace and ccooperation between Israel and her Arab neighbors. I believe that relationships c4 cooperation between the Arab Llates and Israel will lead to the f!ow*ring of the Middle East and tring back to our area the status hich it occupied in ancient tirr.s." emphasized that for tr t present Israel must inert i nee. "I regret that r.othi' t curred in recent times to II it pi ssil it '.' : .;.' lax our \ nee On the contrarj I l i is Deed today for i: •. than i • er before." %  g officer at the I .-i was Abra\ nberj I N'e York. ; Bond i r |ai I in addition to Prime ister Ben-Gunon were Samuel Rothberg. of Peoria. national chairman for Trustees of the Israel Bond drive: Dr. Joseph J Schwartz, vice president; Samuel H. Daroff. honorary chairman for Philadelphia; and Col. Jacob M. Arvey. honorary chairman for Chicago. The invocation was offered by Rabbi Sidney Greenbere. of Temple Sinai, of Philadelphia. A. report was presented by Dr. Schwartz on the results of the Israel Bond campaign during the ten years since Prime Minister BenGurion came to the United States to inaugurate the first Israel Bond issue. In the course of his report. Dr Schwartz said: "As of today we have received in cash for the sale 0J Israel Bonds since May. 1951. a total of S494.519.950. Of thi> amount S424.641.50Ci was sold in the L'nited States. The rest was obtained through campaigns in other parts of the world. Late in 1951 sales activities were organized in Latin America. Since that time $20,609,500 has been obtained from that sector. Two years later a campaign was initiated in Canada, and since that time the proceeds faom Canadian purchases have amounted to $31,812,300. Aaron and William Farr. V Beach travel agents, and Bert Green. Coconut Groveyachi broker, will commence operation r boat service to Bimini en June IT. The firm, known as Florida Bahamas Lines. Ltd.. will have a 55-ft. disel express cruiser cabable of carrying 48 passengers on a twohour run to the British island It will leave Miami at 9 a.m.. daily. returni al • m allowing a fivehour staj .:' Bim Pcw< ; th< Bimini I radar, 1 st Guard ap pri ved -.:>':• •' • • %  %  ana has an • -. fety-certificate. Farr si id thi r< no weight limit on baggage, which will enable sports fishermen to bring their i ors if they wish. Beach Company •Gets Contract Louis Merwit?cr. chairman of the I I building campaign committee, a^ Rabbi Alexander s. Gross, pjfajt pal oL th*-iic r.:.* Academy ..^1 nounced here that the Ba'kcrT Building (.::: of 94ri Arthur God. frey rr'... \ l< w bidder, and hjj been awarded the contract to buitd] the new K MIAMI BEACH PURCHASED FROM UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT—ALL STOCK AND FIXTURES HOURS 9 A.M. TIL 9 P.M. UNTIL SOLD OUT Jacob M. Wittels & Sons. St. Louis, has purchsssd the entire stock of this well-Unown 93' ery. and prices on all items are fixed at a fraction of actual value. Entire Daoyri E:cs. stock and stock of three other consignors will be sold. HOURS 9 A.M. Until 9 P.M. UNI L SOLD OUT. THIS IS AN AUTHENTIC SALE OF AN AMAZING VARIETY OF ART OBJtCTS A FRACTION OF ACTUAL VALUE! It s the sa !e of sales for the art-fcvei and AT JUST collector! DIAMONDS • WATCHES • CUSTOM JEWELRY DRESDEN, CAPRI Dl MONTE, MEISSEN CHINA SUPERB GLASS AND STEMWARE • VARIETY OF MARBLE TOP TABLES • SUPERB LAMPS • IMPORTED CRYSTAL CHANDELIERS • SILVER • STERLING • SHEFFIELD FLATWARE • HOLLOWARE • CANDELABRA • OBJETS DART • ANTIQUES, ART, OILS, CONVERSATION PIECES BRIC-A-BRAC from some of America's Great Collections! MEZZUZAS OFFERED AT A FRACTION OF ACTUAL VALUE LARGE DIAMOND PURCHASERS — YOUR APPRAISER IS WELCOME!! ALL SALES ON A SATISFACTION OR MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE Jacob M. Wittels & Sons ST. LOUIS, no. 709 PINE STREET EXPERT APPRAISERS



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BBM B Bi Friday, June 16. 1961 Jewist n>QridK&n Pa-je 7 3 Kleimans on Trip To Nassau Pleasant memories of their recent cruise to Nassau will be enjoved by Dr. and .Mrs. M. A. Kleiman. of Miimi. aboard the air-conditioned SS Bahama Star, which sails regularly from Miami. Dr and Mrs. Kleiman are currently celebrating their 28th wedding anniversary. While in Nassau, they viewed the historic sights of the quaint "old vorld" city, and rode through the winding streets in a surrey. They also browsed throuah the many British shop, and native straw market, and visited popular ) Paradise Beacth raSar %  frL* Sorority Assists Four UM Students A check to help defray textbook costs for four women students has been presented to the University of JMaury S. Olinick. treasurer and chairman of the awards comlir.ittee of Temple 3eth Sholom, presents to Judge Harry Arthur ^Greenberg a plaque of appreciation "for his devoted service Miami by the Greater Miami Alpha Jto Beth Sholom as its president from 1959 to 1961." Rabbi EpsUon Phi Alumnae Assn. Leon Kionish (center) is spiritual leader of the congregation. [Presentation was at the congregation's recent annual dinner land installation. James M. Albert was elected to succeed Judge Greenberg. Fruchtman Honored at Dinner Charles Fruchtmar.. Industrie 1st and philanthropist, was one of several personalities honored -' %  itly at a dinner in New Y >rk sponsored by the Am irican ary Foundation. Others to whom the thir I ed on of "American Jews. Their L • %  • and Achievements*" was .: I were Ed Sullivan in I m of arts, and Jacob Samuel PhD. lucator and philosopher, in the science division The Foundation ::<\ organization whii h aims I uate the contnbutioi \ m .lews to the ideals ol raoy and to promote broth •:' o DR. AND MRS. KWMAN Allen Victor Bar Mitivah Saturday mornin services. June 17, at Agudath Israel Hebre' hi stitute will include the Bar Mitzvah of Allen Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Victor. Dr. Isaac Ever will officiate. 'ioneer Women In Varied Events %  < %  Women's Club 2 will Father's Day party Sunday a) Harfenist restaurant. Mrs. t l -nan is chairman. Folki .;:•_ will be led by Sonia Weiss Mrs Milton Gr^e-:. recently re -ident of ''" r Miami wncil '' Pione nen. was ini • %  cer for Ka mah chap Si turdaj • i a', the Bis I'• ace hotel. Sib er a 11 Mrs. Alr Shkc er presented a program • the cast year's activ• ai a cand -; cere: %  hi i iring t %  past presidents h i hk\ '• C waottered. for the c irnir.^ year Hesdames Jacob Raffel. si l< i.!: Harol I 5 tap > and I.ilCohcn. vice presidents; David !| n cording secretary: MilKessler, corresponding secre[ry. Joseph Feld, financial secreI and Minnie Stone, treasurer. [Members of the executive board f; Mesdames Nathan Berger, Wilers n, M. A. Kleiman, Alvin | ik Hymao Selcer, Albert bkoli r and Jacob V> is. Assisti Mrs. Leah Friedson, were M is fames AnBli cker. "CJ lie Deutsch. In and Bea Warner Reception Honors Browarnik A reception and luncheon in honor of the Bar Mitzvah and birthday Of Ross, son of Mr. and Mrs. Moe Browarnik. was held last Sunday at the Deauville hotel. Here to share the day with the Browarniks were Mr. and Mrs Robert Rhodes, >f 'hicago, a great aunt and un( Mrs. Charles Wagenberg, if N V;rk. Ross' god moth Allen is a seventh grade student at Nautilus Junior High, and atThe group inaugurated the fund tends t h e Institute's religious in 1947 with proceeds from book reschool, views. The UM selects the two students each semester who receive nity affairs, who is chairman of the the assistance for their textbooks. Mrs. Morris Levitt, president, of UM scholarship committee. 05 SW 107th st.. presented the $120 check recently to Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice president Of the UM, and director of commuHis parents will host a reception in his honor following the ceremony TOWER PAINT MFG. CO. IACH, 650 They'll Mark Father's Day Temple Zion Sisterhood will mark Father's Daj n N m laj at "A NRe Out With Dai y The celebration will ae at the Coconut Grove Playhouse, featur ing a performance of "Torch Bear ers." The I I j by George Kelly is directed by Owen Phillips, and features comedi nne Patsy Abbott. Presentation is by the Acror. Civic Theatre Mrs. Gerald Lewis is in charge of reservations. LDEN GLAD HOLLYWOOD ES, ALKYD FLAT INTERIOR PLASTER WALLS AND WOODWORK ONE COAT COVERS SPARKLE BUTE INTERIOR LATEX r%j* WIT PLASTER WALLS ^ %  GAL WHITE A COLORS WASHABLR Vtumi Delegation Attends I -. :ion fr.)m t IB Miami the American Institute 5, headed by president N. | HJ mmer, cashier of the pi v i can Ban's of Miami, at] the organization's annual pavention in Seattle, Wash., from lay 29 i, j une 3. LeJeune Course Opening Area golfers will have another course to test !he;r mettle when the City of Miami opens the first nine holeof its new LeJeune Course >n Friday. Mayor Robert King High and hifellow commissioners will officiate at dedication ceremonies beginning at 2 p.m.. after which the golfers take over. Eight foursome handicap groups from the LeJeune club, already organized, will be the first officially to play the course. MINERAL SPIRITS IN YOUR METAL CONTAINER WITH PAINT ORDER 15c Gal. ROOF & STUCCO PAINT WITH THIS AD THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FREE! too WITH rr> 1 0 0 GREEN LL %  V W STAMPS MERCHANTS EACH GALLON OF THE FOLLOWING NON-FADING %  RUSH OR ROLL 6 YR. QUALITY MILDEW RESISTING WASHABLE JURIV.* I 0vV! 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Page 8-3 fjewist) nt.trSdttor Friday, June 16, \<$\ VvCVAN OF THE WEEK Th.' Fourth of Ju'.v means Afferent things to different people. To si e, -• recalls the signing of the Declaration of Independence, but to I | C 'hen the fireworks are in honor of the day she met her L she was only fourteen—with her hair Pesetskys Take Honeymoon Tour A tour of N. Carolina was the honeymoon plan of Mr. and Mrs Walter Snail Pesetsky after their marriage Sunday. June 11. at Temple EmanuEl. with Dr. Irving Lehrman officiating. A reception at the Dupont Plaza hotel followed the ceremony The bride is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cone, of Kansas City. Mo., and betore her marriage lived with Mr. and Mrs. Leonard S Wohlfield. 959 £ 23 51 Hialeah. She attended the University of Florida and majored in el mentarj education and was a member of Alpha Eps :' %  ".' %  The gr.'.vr. son <>f Mr and Ml -• Hern-;.u Pesetsky, 521 • No. Miami Beach att< pigtails After that, she never went with any%  five years later, they were m : -, \. ,ry books have it. they've lived college an has a la' i ... fter. The couple have two sons. tne Universit> oi Miam and Roy, both married and each with ternity is Upha E| tA0 t belongs to the Knigh Goldie v born an-', raised in Philadephia. and is currently ass S %  J GOLDIE the City of B ive. Tinq ute tit tin for to write about Goldie is to write ab tut ; v ia ..eep and abiding faith in God n She also has faith in people. Loves to meet, and in whom she als liscovers so much good. All of his life. Lou has been very templeminded which dovetails perfectly with Goldie's own inclinations. Goldie was president oi North Shore Jewish Center Sisterhood — new Temple Menorah. Currently, she ha> finished her second term as president of Templc N'er Tamid Sisterhood, which she and Lou helped found. Unlike most S >rhood presidents. Goldie takes part in other community activities. representing her Sisterhood in these circles as often as possible. SI las also found time to be a volunteer at Mt. Sinai Hospital, and ju • received her 700-hour pin. in the course of which she wore out two uniforms. No drive is too much for Goldie. All the neighbors I gn Ee the clack-clack of her very busy heels. Quick as a w ink. Goldie achieve twice the good deeds output of the average person in an era {e day. TJ know Goldie is to love her. and the best way to describe her is in terms •>£ one who loves the Torah. and lives by it GATHERING OF THE CLAN The Weinkle clan. 38 strong, all gathered together at Westview Counti .'.lib in honor of Mary | Mrs. Sol) Weinkle. who is leaving on her first to Europe. Mary has always had the wanderlust and has read a lot it the places she is going to visit. She has the happy faculty of eni ng everything—so the whole family are just as much excited about I v's trip as Mary herself. Placards for each couple were the flags of the various countries on the itinerary. Everyone toasted Mary by writing a poem about her in cob. of the countries. The hit poem was a parody of "Around the World in 80 Days." written and sung by Reggie (Mrs I. Newton) Weinkle. The l erpiece was a red and white plane with "Happy Flying Mary" printed on it A surprise gift came from Julian. Mary Nor ma, and Ernice Weinkle. They gave her foreign money from each of the countries she will be v. ting. Another honored guest was Mrs. Elizabeth Steinbeck, who is going or the same trip. She and Mary are great friends—and expect to be when they come home again. The original Weinkle girl herself. Lena (Winnie) Weinkle. now Mrs 1 %  Chaikin. was right in the midst of all the fun. with Carl and Esther V.. nkie. REJNION WHICH YEAR? Two reunions at one time for Roz (Mrs. James) Katzman. who never decs things by half. It was a University of Cincinnati reunion in Cincin hati. According to the television commercials, all they do at reunions i II each other how young they look and what kind of soap they use. Then Roz went to the American Red Cross convention, which j. ithered there at the some time. Roz was in the organization's Over • Service, and she had lunch with Sue Blackney. of Saginaw. Mich with whom she went to India during World War II. Roz was with the 1 Air Force at Agra, site of the Taj Mahal. She was in charge of i • -attng Service Clubs and installing them. At the convention. Ike Eisenhower's bridge partner. Gen. Alfred Greenther. was principle speaker she said. Roz returned and plunged i at back into the swing of things once again. • • FAIR HARVARD When Jonathan put on his cap and gown to walk down the aisle, he was tBe third generation of Baskins to graduate from Harvard. His a I, Meyer (Mike), graduated in 1932. and his grandfather. Maurice, in 1911. It would have been Maurice Baskins' 50th college reunion this year. All of the Baskins flew up for the grand occasion — his mother. Florence; two grandmothers. Mrs. Anna Gousten and Mrs Maurice Ba>K ; sister. Kathy, and brother. Mark; and of course. Mike. Two days after graduation, the whole family will see Johnny off from Boston Airport. He will attend the Alliance Francaise in Paris, Studying French. When he comes back in the fall.Jonathan will work toward a Master's in marine biology. ROBERT SPELLED BACKWARD Joel and Bunny Meyer took their daughter. Jill, and set off for Wash ingtOO, DC, to show her the sights before Bunny went to Boston for the Brandeis convention. Jill will visit relatives all the way to Fryeburg. ; M. where she is going to attend Camp Trebor. Bunny, herself, used tc Jfi to that camp, which was named for one of the owners sons, Robert. FLY AWAY This is what is considered a real vacation. Bob and Myrna Somerstein and their brand new baby, Michael Bennet. and his brothers, Scott and Alan, and their nurse are on the way to Chicago, where they will I leave their crew with Myrna's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gordon Then > Bcu and Myrna are off to Providence and New York, free as a bird and i rtudy to go to town. the law firm o: Gertler For her • ding t' Pesetskj chos v.vr, lac< and a French illusion v ling ii um a cabba \ i se of organ Miss Barbara ". tsk; as maid of honor, a:. : Mrs Simkin was matron ol h n ert Pesetsky. the bri legi brother, was best man. .' • ; MRS. WALTER PESETSKY Asher, Paskcw Exchange Vows Nancy Ellen, daughter oi Mr. and Mrs Harry Paskow, 900 West ave., and Harvey Ashi r a of Mr. and Mrs Phillip Asher. of Passaic, N.J.. were married Sunday a: Southgate Towers. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz officiated at the 6:30 p.m. ceremony, which was followed by a reception and dinner The bride wore a white mtermis, sion-length gown and carried white orchids. Miss Doris Pa-kow was maid of honor, and Laurie Asher was bridesmaid. Mr. Asher's best man was Arnold Asher. and Larry Green served as usher. The fcrmer Miss Paskow attended the University of Alabama, and Alpha Ep^ilon Phi is her soroity. Her husband graduated from the University of Alabama and attended Vanderbile University medical school. After a honeymoon in Miami Beach, the young couple will reside in Nashville. Tenn. MRS. HARVEY ASHi' Wronker, Cohen United in RiteIra < hen and Davi er were married Saturda> evening Jure 10. in the Seville hoi The new bride is the da Mr. and Mrs. Irving Coh Bay dr.. Miami Beach, and ed Miami Beach High School. Her husband's parents an I and Mrs. Carl Wronker. 9775 S* 15 St. He also attended Miami Beach High, and served in the i 5. Army. Cord and Games Party Greater Miami Auxiliary' of & %  American Medical Center at Deaver is having a card and sanies party. Wednesday evening. June 28. at the Belmar hotel. MS. DAVID WRONKiR LADIES!! THERE'S A MAGICIAN III THE NEIGHBORHOOD WHO CHANGES OLD FURNITURi INTO NEWIM • AT HALF THE COST OF NEW • HE CHANGES LIGHT WOOD INTO DARK A DARK WOOD INTO LIGHT nut EXPERT UPHOLSTERY IN ALL FABRICS MARSICANO 7345 S.W. 8th ST. BROS. CA 1-8219 HAND PAINTED PORTRAIT IN OIL 8"xl0" $9.95 Portraits will be hand painted on silk from your black and white or colored pho'egrap* 1 or clear snapshot. 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Friday. June 16, 1961 +Jeisti noridfian yours, k PP FASHION COLUMNIST EDITH ZIPP IS ON VACATION THIS WEEK. Page 9-B Briferina Gown For Miss Paul ana Paul and Dr. David (, Pin isky i %  I i n riage v is 5 mday. Jun • ii at h.> r>ui nl i iaza hotel. Rabbi Norman v ipii • and Cantor William Lipson atcd at the 7:30 ceremony, toll I by a reception • r at the lotel. Dai bter of Mr. and Mrs. Max 1 Paul, of 43 Samana dr.. Bay I ne bride was attended by h • ster, Mr('..'raid Siskind, %  or< a b il in i-length gown Lilly lace and silk organza yith a fitted bodice and offli %  ; neckline Her double butfell I % %  %  forv ar I cap or. ;• 1)1''-• ms and organza ... ; she tarried a Bible and ids. oom is tie son of Mrs. A.an i oosky a id the late Sami P nosky. and hi> best man V..Aaron P.nosky. his brol. I hi lormer Miss Paul is a graduate oi 'lami Senior High and atthe Universities of Florida v'lami. Her husband is an alumnus of the University of South l irolina and the Medical College South ( arolina. He is presently resident fn psychiatry at Jacksun Memorial Hospital. Mici a wedding trip to the Bahamas, r he young couple will reside a: 2535 Hiawatha ave.. Coconut Grcve. Diane's Betrothal Told by Berks Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Berk. 2101 SW 7 ave., announce the engagement :ir Mt. Sinai Hoap.. Cleveland 4 Iir. Jewish Home fur Aged. PUUbtllt* 7060 S.W. 8th ST., MIAMI, FLORIDA w 8i ner Kahn MUS. JOEL CUTLER Werner Kahn MRS. DAVID PINOSXY Miss Norma Ktein Weds Israeli Norma Klein and Albert Rosenfeld were married Thursday.-June 8. at Temple Emanu-El. Rabbi I Leo Heim officiated at the 5 o'clock ceremony, which was followed by a reception. The bride, daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. Herman Kass, 940 Eighth st.. Miami Beach, wore white chantilly lace over satin with chapel-length train, and her French illusion veil fell from a tiara of seed pearls. Maid of honor was Miss Joanne Fox. The former Miss Klein attended the University <>f Miami and is a graduate of Jackson Memorial Hospital School of Nursing. Her husband, son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Rosenfeld, of Tel Aviv. Israel, is a graduate of Hebrew University in Jerusalem and is presently working toward an MA degree at the University ol Miami. Wedding trip was to Jamaica. Lynne, WeSlman Are Married Dr. Irving Lehrman officiated at. the marriage of Judith Ellen Wellman, daughter of Mrs Harriet Wellinman. 1015 West ave.. to Charles Michael Lynne on Saturday evening. June 10, in the Algiers hotel. Maid of honor was Mary Nadlc. and Denis Cohen and Susan Sager were bridesmaid*. The new bride is an alumna ol Miami Beach High, and attended the Florida College of Mediccal Technology. The groom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lynne. 911 Third st.. Miami Beach, also graduated from Miami Beach High, attended the Universities of Miami and Florida, and is. now a sophomore at the UM school of medicine. His best man was Ronald Wellman, and ushers were Robert Lun1 i ne and Robert Goldwyn. When they return from a wedding ; : trip through the Smoky Mountains. the young couple will be at home! at 7435 SW 57 ave.. Miami. Werner K hn MRS. ALBERT R0SENEEL0 She Attends Notable Functions Miami musician Ruth Broti in recently attended the Dr. Nahum Goldmann dinner at the Statler Hilton hotel In New York City, when the Worl l ; • %  vish l n ress pres mted him with the first Brandels Award. At her table were Philip Klutznic, L'. S. representative to the UN Economic Council, and the daughter of the lait Justice Brandeis. A few aays later, sne was at th reception for Prime Minister David Ben Gurion at the Queen Elizabeth hotel in Montreal. ^%  .- Flowers for Your Wedding hv WEDDINGS UNLIMITED. Inc. 1669 Coral Way HI 6-7144 ASK ABOUT OUR SPECIAL FOR JUNE BRIDES • Brid.il Flowsrs • Corsages e Wedding Bouquets Temple and Reception Decorations MRS. CHARLES LYNNE A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 9-8401 ADELPH! HIGH SCHOOL Attendance accepted by Dade County Board of Public Instruction SUMMER TUTORING All School and Business Subjects See Yellow Pages 654, 655 Phone Book SEYBOID BIDG. MAIN BRANCH FR 4-8683 526 N.E. 79 St. Free Brorhure PI 7-7623 ..CABANAS. SPECIAL LOW RATES FUN & SUN ALL SUMMER LONG Want to get away from the house, and into the exciting whirl of hotel life? Ber^^e a SEVILLIAN, join our Cabana Club. FOR INFORMATION /^\/| 1^ CAU MR. DON JE 2-2511 IICCK i" '-'UNISON! T^h '0 i MBIIIS IN 'HI MUSI 01 MIMi 8(


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Pcce 1Q-B + legist norMUr Friday. June 15. 1961 T^T L JI I. I • ushers were Edward Ludaeer. KenFull Chapel Train For Miss Hank:n neth Hankin. George Aand %  P.nrrt M:inil Rabbi Yaakov R ;. of delphia. Pa., an: ti N'orShapiro. spiritual Leader of Da\id Congregation here, of. ted at the wedding oi Miss ?;..anor Ruth Hankin and Calmon Berslni Ro. and reception of Miss Sandra Judith Weiner and Ira Leslie Her shkewitz on Sunday. June 11. Rabbi Benno Wallach officiated at the 5 3' p.m ceremony. 1 bride altenaed Boston L'niVi -.:y and the University of Florid and is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George C. Weiner. 3662 SW ]-• -t Ft. Lauderdale. her wedding, she chos i a silk organza and lace ballerina1, :.h. princess style gown, and attended by Irma Joy Weiner. litr husband's parents are Mr. Mrs Morris Hershkowitz. He u: educated at the Academy of Aeronautics. Pratt and Whitney Aircraft. Fred Landau was his bfcM man. After a honeymoon in Nassau, tr.c newlyweds will live in West Pal.tl Beach. CANTOR HE3REW LITURGY Seeks Position for High Holy Days or Year-Rojnd. UN 5-8806 Choir Director Beth Torah Congregation Seeks Choir Director for fRIDAY StRVICeS and HIGH HOLY DAYS Call M. Tannenbaum Wl 5-5371 Barry Mann. The new Mrs Ros< w a graduate of Miami Senior High Schcol and attended Fl i S ern College and the University of Miami. She is Miami Junior Haias$ah and a %  her of B'na: 3'nth Girls. Her husband graduated from Coral Gables High School, attended the University of Chicago, and is present at the University of Miami He is a past state off.-f Demolay. trustee of B'nai B nta Room, Board & $15 Per Week ^t Woman in Her S ; xtie in €xchng* 0' Cooking *nd light Houelcep ; ng for Elderly lady. Day a week oft. Call HI 80235 BABY SITTERS • and willing Coral OabnH Studenti RICHARD GERTMAN 17 SUSAN GERTMAN IS MO 1-6441 Lodge 72, Coral Gables Junior Cnamber of Commerce ters Club, and pa ? t presid Greater Miami Jewish Y Council. After a wedding Florida, the young coup! it at 2868 SW 32 ct.. M LAST OPPORTUNITY TO JOIN Rabbi Norman Shapiro in an Exciting ALL-JET FLIGHT to ISRAEL EL At is happy to be chosen as the Air Carrier for the All Jet Tour of ISRAEL and EUROPE under the direction of RABBI NORMAN SHAPW Spiritual Leader of BETH DAVID Miami's Pioneer Congregation 21 Glorious DAYS ALL INCLUSIVE FROM MIAMI TO MIAMI $1395.00 I ALL GREETi\G5 FRANK'S BARBER SHCP irbers No .".a • ing curing & Shce S 7405 Collins Ave. UN 6-9354 Miami Beach Chase Federal New Gift Plan C. L. Clements, president of Chase Federal Savings and Loan A--n has announced a plan that provides for opening a savings account for graduates at any Chase Federal office Detailare handled by the local savings association, lncludir attractive, forma! i The >nor :s inscri innounc c a r I The %  also mil i %  itioi THf rrtNffMftV FOI BfTH DAVID CONGREGATION TOUK Leave M ami Wednesday, July 26fh New York that eve" ng Arr: .5 • rXviv the rhursday, July 27th. S'gh?s^-> ng Te Av then Jeruselen oerias Haifa 3eer Sheba — Negev ', -or ail historic I rougnooIsrael. Time to S and for >ing A s*coj'\er in Rome, n'ore sigh'see then Paris and complete tour — Last stop Lor. i-;ng to V ami. iss note — IEngl sh speak ng gI Searh Attorney Named Beach ittoi I. >n al administi rcuit Court FOR ALL INFORMATION ON THE BETH DAVID TOUR CALL GUS SHAW 35 N.E. 17th ST. SHAW TRA\ EL SERV CE INC. Phone FR -2504



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Friday. June 16, 1961 *Jewist fkvridfi&n Miss Kaplan Now Mrs. Fromberg Arlyne Honey Kaplan, daughter Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kaplan, was married with her grandmothers ring to MalcolmH From berg, son of Mr. and Mrs Bernard Fromberg. of Chicago, m.. „n Sunday, June 11. at the Eden Roc hotel. Dr. Irving Lehrman officiated ai the noon ceremony, followi d i \ Pcge 11-B which waii reception and lunch K Aiiin i: MRS. MALZOLM fROMBERG con F '"' !i : wedding, the bride chose a traditional gi wn of ecru channils lace with > >ed pearls embroidered around the neck and slei ves and a bouffa it illusion veil carried st< k and orchids on her i onfirmation Bible. Mrs Lynn Fromberg and Micke> Fierberg were matron and maii oi honor, and bridesmaids include* Man< ie Feitel. Susan Beldncr Rnr bara Kaplan, Denise Sparbet, Willa Sue Susskind and Glenn Gordon. Serving his brother as besl man was Lynn Fromberg. Billy Kaplan, Jordan Nerenberg. Stanley Eckerling, Newton Bernstein, David Kaplan. Burton Young, Judge Arthur Snyder and Jcronu Stern were ush( rs. Benefit Weekend fc wri&n Urjer: Kbt'wi At Beach Hotel The Seville hotel will he the scene of a honetit weekend. June 23 through 25. for the new building fund of Kanonal Children's Car diac Hospital. The entin facilities of the hotel, in addition to a cocktail party, two. brunches, two dinners, entertainment-, and bathing, will be at tht disposal of the guests Cost of the weekend will be $37 per coupli $45 will entith parents one child. Resen ations may 1 ade hj cailin. | %  lip Bendi ident Mrs Mi pter presi lent, who arrange :-..< is, Miarn; H e or e w Congregation BoWling League held a dinner par"y Sund• • l the ftoauville hotel for 65 team mem he: s Trophies were awarded, and entertainment was provided bj the "Playmates of Tans'" revue Max Taube was in charge of arr mi;."..-. J LEONARD KORNREKH \\ ', % %  n-i Ka MRS. MURRAY KANE Rtioinj Attorneys Promoted q tartars, Third U.S. Army, 1 McPhi rson, via., has announced promotion of the following ofin the Judge Advocate Corps the L'.S. Army Reserve: Lt. Col, lord S. Faunce, fifioi s\V 126 st. id rapt. David M. Gonshak, SW 2] tor. Roth are practicing yers in Miami presently at. to the 11th JAG Detachment. Miami. Miss Savransky j Weds Physician Dr and Mrs. Murraj Lee Kane left for a tr.p through the southwestern United States and Mexico followi! g their marriage and a reception Tuesdaj evening. June 13. at the Algiers hotel, with Rabbi Max Lipscbitz officiating. The new onde is the former Mar cia Savransky, daughter o! Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Savransky. 651 Jefferson ave. She has been teaching at Highland Park Elementary School, having graduated summa cum laude from the University of Miami school of music in l-'ebruary. She is a member of Alpha Lambda Delta, national womenhonorary: Sigma Alpha Iota, music honorary; Phi Kappa Phi. scholastic honorary; Alpha Sigma Epsilon: Hillel Fi ndi lion; Th< ta Delta, religion ht norary; the Ami Musici logical Society; and Kappa Delta P ed ication honorary For h< r v i Iding she chose a gown ol orga and char.-. Ij ice. with seed p crusted bodice and tram. She cari white roses and orchidand was attended by Natalie Fried. Son Of Mr and Mrs MiKo Kant 1052 M l?6 ter.. No. Miami I a<:: thi groon is .. r< cent gradu ate ot t h e Universitj ol Miami school of medicine. He is -i member of Phi Beta B< ta. biology honorary. Delta Theta Mu. arts and science honorary, and the University ol Miami Circle. His brother, ( narlei Kane, served as best The ill l] •< ve in Calif. here Di Kan* will in-,: %  : at Los Vng( les Coui > Hosj i tal. Beach Student Wins Honors Leonard Kernreich, son of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Kornreich. of 536 • -. Miami Beach, has been graduated from the Chicago Jewish Acadt my as valedictorian and top student ol his class. Le mard. who graduated from the Hebrew Academy Junior High School m June. 1959, as valedictorian of his class, completed the three-year senior high school course in two years with a straight A average. Leonard plans to continue his studies at the University oi Miami medical school, and is aiming for a career ir. psychiatry. He has just accepted a four-year renewable scholarship to the U. of M. Despite the heavy schedule of studies he will carry at the university, he also plans to devote a certain amount ot time each dav to continue his Hebrew studies During his a< ceh rated but briel in, i scnool Career, Leonard has been captain of the basketball and baseball teams. active in soho. • .'..:. Rosenthals at Home Dr Mrs Albert E. Rosenthai have returned after sever weeks in New York, where Mrs Rosenthal spent most of the time L\ Mt. Sinai Hospital. Friends repert her well on theroad to recovery. Delegates Attend Confab es chapter of %  ; sent delegati bers t: District 5 i on enl ol th at the Americai %  o tel lasl Named were Mesdames li ing ::>.. Jack Sternslen, I r. Sam Kurland, Sol R a port, Frank Smulson. Sidnej Suss, 5 Haskoe, David Sachs d Sam \< berg. Also attending were Mesdames AI Bass, Arthur Bassman, AI IVagner, Arthur Rosinek, and David Fibs. Women's Group Picks Officers Mr.-. Maurice Peller. newly-elected pn I of t i< 48 and One Auxiliary, ac epted the gavel from retiring president Mrs. Charles Stahl, a' the home i1 Mrs, Max Hockstadt, 3084 Blaim si Reelected were Mesdames Karl Hartenstein, vice president; Martin Jacobs, financial secretary; Leon Schneelicht, treasurer: newly-elected Mrs Maurice Greene, recording secretar.i and Mrs. Leo Schuster, corresponding secretary. 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^ %  SBERHRBKGMMI Page 12-B +Je*ist>Fk>ridian Hebrew Academy ninth grade graduating class includes first IOW seated (left to right) Marlene Williams, Saundra Lipman, Frances Greenberg, Robin Dickman, Miriam Geiger. and Joan Nancy Saltz. Second row are Donald Swartz, assistant principal, English department, Arthur Resnlk, Jack L. Farber, Ronald Katz, Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal, David Azrak, Bernard Lipman, Jeiry Kramer, Rabbi Morris L. Korcvitz, assistant principal, Hebrew department. Third row are Bernard Meson. Sidrey Strajcher, Edward Zemel, Shlomo Caplan, Eavid Luchins Joel Kornreich, George Sternstein. Testimonial Due For Union Man A testimonial dinner and dance a: the Diploma; Country Club on Saturday. July 8, will honor Gerald Greenfield, president of the Meat Cuittrs Union, ard for more' than six years president of Temple B'nai Sholoir. in Opa-locka. Patrick E Gorman, secretarytreasurer of t.ie Amalgamated Meat Cutters Union of Chicago, i will be principal speaker. .•abbi' Sheldon Edwards, director of Hillel Foundation at me University of Iowa. Jack Gordon, of Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn., and Leon SthachKr. national legislative director of the union in Washington, are co-cha.rmen of the evening. Greenfield has more than 25 ytars of ac'.:\< lembership in the labor movement as organizer and union official. He came here from Newark. N J.. in 1947. as an international representative and became active in synagogue life. Israel Bond drives, Hi&ladrut, and religious cducut.un. Gr< his wife and family live in Carol City His mother and Bistei Mrs Edward Sirkin, live on Miami Bjach. Greenfields are also celebrating their 22nd wedding anniversary. They were married in 19i9 by Dr. Irving Lehrman, then of Montclair, N..J. Reservations are available at P.O. Box 122. Opa-locka. Kenneth Mihtein Bar Mitzvah Temple Menorah will be the site of the Bar Mitzvah of Kenneth, son of Mrs. Shirley Milstein, 7985 CJrespi blvd., on Saturday morning. June 17. with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz officiating. Kenneth is a student at Nautilus Junior High and the Temple's religious school. Emanu-EI Players Elect Mitnick Myron J. Mitnick has been elected president of the Temple EmanuEl Players, the congregation's Theatre Group which presented •Shingle On Flakier Street" at the Miami Beach Auditorium in April. Mitnick succeeds Leonard Glickman, lounding president of the ijroup. Also elected to serve during 1961-62 are the following officer-: Charles Rosenblatt, first vice president; Mrs. Bernard Selevan, second vice president; Mrs. Samuel Ginsberg, treasurer; Mrs Mildred Hillman, recording secretary; Elliott Harri?. financial secretary; Mrs Jimmy Rosenstrauch. historian; and Mrs. Ruby Levin, advisor j to the board. Board of directors includes Mrs. Milton Blum, Mrs. Sol Geltman, Mrs. Leonard Glickman, Mrs. Hyi Ian Kout, Dr. Seymour Kreisler. I Mrs. Jack S. Popick, Rubin Levin. Jimmy Rosenstrauch and Michael J Schachter. • %  wwrr-w, '19 Graduate From Hebrew Academy Irvin W. Katz. principal of Miami Beach Senior High School, j said in an address Wednesday to j the graduating class of the ninth grade of the Hebrew Academy that "you may consider yourselves fortunate that you have been afforded an Academy education, which emphasizes the ethical and moral teachings of the Torah in synthesis with an intensive general studies course." In a clear reference to America's man-in-^pace program. Katz told the graduates that "we should devote as much energy, time and brain power to rocketing our concepts of the basic dignities of man to the rest of the world as we do in striving for superiority in space exploration." Ceremonies for the 19 graduates were held at the Algiers hotel. Jack L. Farber, valedictorian, received the $100 Rose and Samuel Ritter Scholarship Award. Other citations were Louis Merwitzer Salutatorian Award to Ronald Katz; Rose and Harry Genet Hebrew Studies Award to Shlomo Caplan; Samuel Reinhard Bible Award to Joan Nancy Saltz; Jewish Floridian Journalism Award to David Luchins; Hebrew Academy Ivrit Award to Marlene Williams; Alumni AwardMidot Tovot (character) Award to Bernard Mason; Hebrew Academy PTA Service Award to Sidney Strajcher; Hebrew Academy Women Math Award to Bernard Lipman; and Hebrew Academy Science Award to Joel Kornreich. A special narration entitled •Judaism and Time' was presented by Hobin Dickman. Frances Greenberg and George Sternstein. Chairman of the evening was Saundra L:pman. The invocation was delivered by Edward Zemel, and the benediction was recited by David Azrak. Salutatory address was presented by Ronald Katz. Diplomas were distributed by Rabbi Morris L. Horovitz. assistant principal. Hebrew department, and Alexander Moscovits. chairman of the board of education of the Academy. Class Will for the ninth grade was read by Miriam Geiger and Marline Wil. liams. Presentation of the class gift was made by Arthur Resnik to Donald 1 Swartz. assistant principal, English department. Final charge to the graduating class was made by Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal. "One Eyed Jacks," with Marlon Brando, who also directed, end featuring new Mexican star Pina Pellicer and Karl Maiden, is now in its second week at Wometco's Carib, Miami, Miracle, 163rd Street, and Essex Theatres. LOW SUMMER RATES! Opening June 16 Thru Vom Kippur. Sept. 20 AMERICA'S FINEST STKK1LY KOSHER VACATION RESORT WHY TRAVEL WHEN YOU CAN ENJOY YOURSELF HERE OAVID ROSNERS KRf MOTtl.PO0l'C*lAM$r 100% Air-conditioned ON IMC OCIAH t/rh STUff, MIAMI |[<(n Phone UNion 64831 Friday. June 16, \%\ MCnf Twc A ROYAL Treat to Father on Father's Da, June 18th ... A Very Delicious Dinner at The Royal Hungarian -rz !" 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%  HI tmtBBm Friday. June 16, 1961 Second Tops' Concert Features Fiorato, Tws Stars of New York City Ballet ZJgxtstintrMbr) Page 13-B MCQUES DAMBOISE |N. DCfde Lodge firs Citation \ I Dais L^dge 2043 has been | • : th %  membership citation pj I n?.i B'rith Grand Lodge, DisIrtcl 5, at tns district annual conirenti n at the American hotel. The fcn 5( nl ition .. 3made for the lar^itnber of. members enrolled (luring -.he past year. Lodge president. Stanley C. GoldI,:_ (i 1461 NW 132 st.. was awardi Outstanding Lodge Presitliii: '.itation "in recognition of selfless dedication to the huY an Ideals and program of E rith evidenced by his singu%  fective qualities of leader\ • id perfirmance as president \orth Daie lodge." The second concert of the Univ :' lMi > f Miami Summer Sym. Phony Orchestras ••;>,*." Sl ,,,,. s on .Sy.d.y wang*-*, Th? air-con< "';'"" v| "'a" Auditorium will reature two notable dancing Stars of the New York City Ballet Company, Jacques D Amboise and Patricia Wilde, and the ensemble's gifted conductor, Hugo Fiorato. D'Amboise's a id Miss Wilde's program will include two pas de deux. Tchaikovsky's fanui.a:Black Swan from "Swan Lake.and tin exciting Sou-: -s ars am' Stripes" balli • irk i immissioned by the Ballet Society ol America, with [raphy by tlie famed Ge :, ilanchine. Fiorato, w*io scored, an outstanding hit >n hit irst two appsarances with t.-. Summer Symphony in 1959 a"d 1960, is rated as one of the most gifted and successful young American conductors on the concert stage today. He has appealed with the National Symonony in Washington and many leading orchestras of the world, and recently concluded an engagement in Japan and a conductorial chore at the Boston Arts Fas'ival. Works to be heard include Elgar's Temp a::i Circumstance," the third movement from Tchaikovsky's "Pathetique" Symphony (Marche Scherzo), Strauss' "Art ist's I. ilV.'' ar.d Td lydn's "Military Symphony." Fiorato. a, former student of U.M Symphony ftrander and conductor Arr.old Vo'.Be. has donated the full k>r^ v or.the "Military Symphony' t ; the orchestra's library in commemoration of the !)'_:id anniversary if the late Dr. Volpe's birth Ju:y &-< % % %  • D'Amboise, 26-year-old native of Dedham, Ma--., is one of the most active young dancers appearing before the public tOftay. Since This enthusiastic group of "Florida Boosters" took oft Sunday from Miami to London aboard Cunaid Eagle Airways, eager to promote stronger business cultural, and tourist bonds between the people of Great Britain and Florida. M^mbors of the entourage were (left to right) V/i ; l:arn B. Ray, Florida Development Commission; Mrs. John Hillgoth, wife of Cunard Ea-le representative; Helen Thomas; C. Mozert; Mary Thomas; Capt. Colin Davis; Mrs. Jack Rose, wife of Cunard Eagle representative; Russell Leu, Florida Development Commission; C. M. Hook, sr., Orlando; L. D. Colyer, Palm Beach Ferry; Her.iy Colerr.ar.. Daytona Beach, State Chamber of Commerce; Morion G. Nelson; Jack Rose; and B. Mozert, Silver Springs, Fla. oining the New York City Ballet also has been a principal dancer the Ballet Interf.a'ionai in New lompanj in l!)4 ). he has appeared with the Metropolitan Opera ComYork City. In 1950. at the invita.n motion pictures "Seven Brides pany and a guest artist with the t!on of choreographer George Bailor Seven Bro;hers"i. Broadway San Francisco Bali.-t Company, ianchine, she joined the New York shows ("Shinbone Alley",, and on Miss v.Tidc. Ca-.adian by birth, Ci B *"<* Company. television r-Sounds of America", started dancing lessons at the age She toured with the group thro a one-hour Disneyland spectacular i of five. Shi! first appeared proEurope, the Far East, Australia broadcast last Apnl. D'Amboise 'fessionally at the age of 14 with land the Philippines. lack Friedman Gets Award During commencement exercises on June 9 at Ada Merritt Junior High School, Jack, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Friedman, 121 S\V 19 rd.. received the Albert L. Isaac Award, given to the student with the highest scholastic averi age in the gradu*,&, Unchtont. T*a, R*c*ptlon*. Banquet*, fartl**, Olnntr* ... from 20 to 2000 cater*d In th* manner of tho Diplomat... on unhurrlod. • r-attentlve, *oft-*DOk*n **rvlce that make* mm ovont of your occa*low *?, ating class. Jack Jock Friedman Mii attenf j Coral Gables High in September. Summer^Hours at Lowe Summer hours at the University of Miami Joe and Emily Lowe Art Gallery are 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.. Wednesday through Saturday. 2 to 4:30 p.m.. Sunday, and closed Monday and Tuesday. Ninth annual members' exhibition continues through dime 25. 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Page U-3 9-Jmist Fkri1i3ir Friday. June IS, I351 ,-*s a gift to subscr-'be'-s, The Jew;>h Flcridiai w : il ere??-" free for the asking a corsage to each mother c ; a Bar cr 3as %  tz Requests should be iddressed to Corsage re >oP.O. Box 2973, Miami 1, Fla ane month in advance. Include I ie name of the Bar or Bas Mitzvah date and piace c ; the ceremony, 'ome address and reiepnone number. The corsage will be 4 orwarded to you courtesy of Blackstone Fiower Shops in time for the occasion. John Schewel Kabbi Lecn Kronish iciate at the Bar Mitzvah of John Alan, son of Mr. and lira Stante) Schewel. 980 S. Shore dr ::i Saturday morning, June 17. a pit Beth Sholom. John is a studer.: pit's confirmation 1 Tern•.... Bruce Heiken Far Mitzvah of Bruce, son of Dr. and Mrs. Murray Heiken, will be *?m %  .0continue In the remple'a confirmation cia.-< Following the cerei y, Bruce"s • %  arenrs will host the KWdushiin ;. honor. Locis Rappa?; Louis Charles. -E Mr an : Mrs. Sol J. R->. 91 SW 11 st.. will be Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services, June 17. at Temple Beth Am. with Rabbi Herbert Baumgard officiating. The Bar Mitzvah is an eighth grade student at West Miami Junior High and attends Beth Am's religious school. He is a great-grandson of Rev. Solomon Rappaport. of West End Synagogue in New York City, and is a direct descendant of Rabbi Solomon Judah Loeb Rappaport. Grand Chief Rabbi of Prague. Aus-' tria. Dwight Rene* Oovid Creeiarf Eugene Labovitz officiating. The Bar Mitzvah attends N'auti lus Junior High and the Temple's religious school. A reception in his honor will follow services. Norwood Wilner Hfioff Sotim Jeffrey Akrami man N Shapiro officiating. Jeffrey is an eighth grade student at Shenandoah Junior High and attends Beth David's religious school. Elliott SL--> Rabbi Morns Skop will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah if El Meal, son of Mr and Mrs. B rn ir : Sutta. grandson ot Mr. and Mrs. William Friedman, and nephew ol Judge and Mrs Milton A. Friedman, during Saturday morning •. %  •.vices June 17. at Temple Judea Elliott was school spelling champion for two years at Coral Cables Elementary, and is presently an honor student at Ponce de Leon Junior High He is alsa an accomplished pianist Israel Bender Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute .... >e the site >l the Bar Mil : Israel Milton son >l Mr and Mrs Meyer Bender, of Havana. and 7721 Dickens ave., Saturday morning. June 17. with Dr. ;-, ic Ever officiating Israel Is a seventh grade student at Nautilus Junior High and ats the Institute's religious school David Bertner David, son of Mr and Mrs Morris Bertner. will become Bar Mitzleui's Rappaport Robert Grand observed during Saturday morning services, June 17. at Temple Zion. Bruce, a reventh grade honor student at West Mi*mi Junior High. 1on the Dean's List He 1 class reporter, and won third in the 1961 Science Fair H plans ONF Of THf HDWTY iiMGf>t fr GKOUP Of MU'fOAk fUWOr %  iWiM FIDELITY CAPITAL FOND Prospectus-Booklet? FIDELITY CAPITAL FUNO is a MUTUAL FUND with primary emphasi5 on capital appreciation possibilities. For four FREE Prospec' j%-Booklt send coupon NOW to CO8URN 8. MIDDCESROOK INCORPORA'EO Investment Secuntiei 235 N.E. 79th St. Miami. Fia. TELEPHONE PLUI t-3919 Heme wnd Frtt FIDBLITY CAPITAL FUNO F-rotfctuilookltt to: N am* Robert Grand Robert Allan, son of Mr. and Mts. Harry Grand, will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, lune 17. at Temple Zamora, with Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz officiating. The Bar Mitzvah is an honor student at Shenandoah Junior High and plays trumpet in the school band. His parents will hast the Kiddush in his honor following the ceremony. Dwight Bor** Tifereth Israel Congregation will be the site of the Bar Mitzvah of I Dwight Borses. son of Mr. and Mrs Gordon Pearce. grandson of Mrs. Shirley Levine. and greatgrandson of Jacob Levine. on Saturday morning. June 17. Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitman will officiate. Dwight .an eighth grade student at Horace Mam J: High and has the agregation's relig >us sen >r two years. w David Graubart Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will officiate a: the Bar Mitzvah )f David Charles 3 n >f Mr and Mrs. Samuel Graubart.8909 Irving ave.. on Saturday morning June 17, at Temple Menorah David attends Nautilus Junior High and the Temples religious school. Reception and dinner in bis honor will be given Saturday evening at the Americana hue' Norwoad Wttoer Norwood son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wilner. w 11 be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, June 17, at Temple Ner Taniid. with Rabbi vah at Temple Emanu-El on Sat He has attended the Temple s || morning June 17. Dr. IrvHebrew school for three years and Lehrman will officiate. Sunday school for six His parents will host the Kiddush following services and hold an open -"Wa f *** Juo H, ?; nn house reception Sunday afternoon Boy Scout. He attends Temple at their home. Coral Gables. 1335 Sorolla ave.. Jeffrey Abrams Services at Beth David on Sat Mrs. Sara Gershenson, 2248 SW 18 urday morning. June 17, will inSt., will be observed during Saturclude the Bar Mitzvah of JeK'rey. Jay morning services. Jun? 17. at son of Mr. and Mrs. Myer Abrams. Beth David, with Rabbi Norman 2385 SW 25 st with Rabbi No* Shaoiro officiating Harry is a seventh gra i at Shenandoah Junior H,, •ends Beth David's religious • • Minna Lefelang Minna, daughter of Mr ind Kn Morris I.ehlang. will be Bas vah during Friday evening s sr June id. at CODgtegataor Moshe. with Rabbi Sheldon S metz officiating. Minna is a student at North ami Junior High. 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Friday. June 16. 1961 Group LubavStch Anniversary Fete Greater Miami will join Jewish communities throughout the world ;i relay in celebrating the anniversary of the release from prison of :! late Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi J, L Schneersohn. Rabbi Schneersohn was impn%  irfud in Russia during the summer < i 3927 for his leadership in mainly, rung Jewish religious practice and institutions. ]n the face of Bolshevik restrici ;ns. he had established an underjMund of religious schools throughi ul Russia, and was imprisoned for that "offense." Because of Rabbi £chneersohn's worldwide renown, "nssian authorities were finally fcrced to release him. Rabbi Schneersohn left Russia to arrive in Poland, where he returned his work, but did net for get the plight of Russian Jewry. A'-fn the Naxi hordes invaded Poland, Rabbi Schneersohn was trough? to America, where he !.rttl-•: sa 6 nan i with ih. .'"". '. %  H .' rioi i>.,„. %  ountj • • FLORIDA rEARS & SYSTEMS, INC. „ %  • %  I •• orpi ration B H LRRY FROHMAN, Prei Attest MILTON B. Wi IOLF, Si en laix AR< NO\ TZ, SILVER* SCHBR AttOI:.. ...ir i Qi a re fi System* ln< "''• Ainu • > i '<: Miami L, Fla • 16-23-31 1 '. Wnm J. I. SCHNEEtSOHN LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HKRKBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fiotitio.is name of KEY RENDEZVOUS at 6?4 Cramlon Boulevard. Key Blscayne, Dade County, Horida intends to register Mid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. Gl'STAV GSCHKEY GEORGE, AMES & K1TTKR Attorneys for Custav Oschrey 1K.0 8.W. First street Miami 36. Florida 6/9-16I'H-KO OLit. targes RABBI HERMAN SHAPIRO 7060 BW S st.. di< (1 June 12 H( :•• w. ii Side Synagogue In fork and on his retirement sev-. re ago, came here. HtIs auri y son and two daughters. uei prere In Nw Y-rk with Riv• Memorial Chapel in chargt • I rai ments. • HARRY SOLOMON 41 W. Flagler at., died .Inn. 10 ame here 14 years aco and wai • d n th< Miami Herald's comroom. Surviving an a si n ..r. a brother and two slater* rea .re .lime 11 at Gordon Full,.i ..• with military iit. ai %  f David cemetery by th\i irraj Posl !13, Jewish War Vetnamed after Mr Solomon's n r VRS. LEAH MUSIC v". Flagler si died luni t me here 18 yean go f1 New rvl vi two soni and • w. %  < %  -.'..•-• rd IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 52961-C IN RE: Estate of JAMES JOSEPH FURN1S8 Iii ceast d. NOTICE TO CREDITORS 11 All Cr< %  re iid \: Pi r i Having Clannc .i Demands Against Said Estate: You an erebj %  tlfied and •• quit ed to present any c'.a nd d< i niIf whi. !. } I : ..'.. ..£...:.-; ; %  ... %  •• %  I AMES JOSEPH iT'Ais••••'.:..•• '.:.. %  %  %  !•',. •. da, ti iht I > % %  j i 11 % %  %  : ; th. • •: n thi :•-•.I • %  %  Ci mtj P -rida A %  • ... ..from i :.• data I ih< I •] %  •'. | %  .... TH M \> F Fl'RNISS SARI K1M1 • • %  II • \ M 8/16-23IN THE CCL\-l R RAY, u a I B RAY %  asi .i NOTICE TO CREDITORS All Creditors and All P Having Claims -i Demands Against Said Estati You ar< hereby notifitd and requlruresenl any clal >and demands whl h -"i maj hav against the eatati of BELLFOUR B RAT, a h a i i RAV, deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, and f ; the same in thi office* h lh( C( i'ity Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months fr< i i th %  '..:• oi :he flral publication hercf, 01 tha:'-e will in barred. ,-TANI.KY M. PRED DAVI1 GOODMAN (*. • KM I Itl STANLEY M I : '. I •rnej -•-.: | dint l ...; %  :.%  : IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 61C 6212 NORMA TILLER JACKSON P aintitf, MJA.MKS D. JACKSON, Defendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: JAMES I). JACKSON. Residence unknown. You are hereby notified to serve a COp> of your answer to the suit for divorce riled against >ou by the Hainan. Norma Tiller Jackson, on olaintifts attorney, W. Kent Jameson, 1764 N.W. 36th Street, Miami, Florida, and rile the original with the clerk of the undersiimtd court vn or before Juh 14, 1961. or judgment by default wiil i entered against you. Dated at Miami, Florida, this 13th day of June. 1961." tF LEATHERMAN, Clerk C rouil Court, iade County, Florida (seal) By: E H. l.ANWAY, 1>. puty Clerk 6/16--J3-30, 7/7 CERTIFICATE OF CO^rORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME *ND BY THE AJTHCRITV OF THE STATE CF FLORIDA Tl %  WH IM •. HESE PRESENTS s ; i ,!K. GREETINOSi v %  '• %  s r: i I BN iKESSL1 R MIAMI. :•• !,,| A; IRWIN g G \l..~ •-" i-VJ.. i ... rnu .>. n.-.i;\ \\\ .\, REL.MAN, MIAMI. FLORIDA did en : • • • %  -.' i %  May, A auei 1 • ratei und< r th. |,rovls1 <<• I • "• Flo) da Sti : N • DINU '• %  I ., eorpo a' with it prlncli al i lai • ol business ai MIAMI. D.VDE I '( pl'NTV. In thi Btati of Florida, and when aa %  i stoc ..'i era i t such corporation II tin 7th day c : .1 une, A.I. 1961, caus. t.b( filed i-i th, offu-..,f the Secretarj ol Stati % %  ; ihe State <>:' ... .. C< nsent of all the stocknoldei • • thi i ii-\ Is i.us of I,ICI Chapter ti"X, Fioi'lda Statutes, showing th. iii>M,!utlon of s.:.h roruora•.ion. Now, therefore, th* Secretary of State dois hereby certify to the lor. going ami that h. iv s.uisfi. d that the requirements of law have been complied with, IN WITNESS WHEREOF, 1 hawhereunto set my hand and have affixed the Great Seal of th,State of Florida, at Tallahassee, the Capital, this the SEVENTH day of JUNE, AD. 1961. laeal) TOM ADAMS, .-• cretary of state. fi/16'61 IN T< IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 61C 6246 %  L.DINE vNN R \ HM1 LOWITZ, %  • vV [MEL W1TZ, : ROCKW1 : • fi NOTICE BY PUBLICATION :. "HMELI >Wi rZ, ,VID RoCKW %  %  %  • %  -..;:. .. : z Box 1 r,7 ft %  Sew York > I RACHME VV1TZ It/a 1 AVID l.i >CKWEI ... %  • %  that a 1 • 'on I \ %  c ':..1 :. : ., %  : .:_.. %  requin I ervi %  .nswei or Pleading t • • %  laint on thi plaintiff* attoi %  PALLOT, SILVER, I \i.Li • t rERN ^ MINTZ, I 17 B < aym Miami and fll< igim %  % %  %  • %  oi i'iadii •in • : the CU rk i I th< CI 1 i .::: on < t I • fi n th,nth i!:.> I %  ; : 1961 If you la i to di si gmei i bj efault will be taken t • \. ii i th< r, iii i' iii manded In thBUI of Complaint. This notlci shall b< pubiishtii once EREl> at Miami. Florida, this i:
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
June 16, 1961

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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AA00010090:01689

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The Jewish Floridian
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June 16, 1961

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clewish Fkxridian
Volume 34 Number 24
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida, Friday. June 16, 1961
Two Sections Price 20*
Britain Considers OK
Of World Agreement
Outlawing Genocide
PRIME MINISTER FINDS FRIENDSHIP AND ESTEEM
B-G Satisfied With Talks

TEL AVIV UTA)Prime Min- the United States. Canada, Britain
ister David Ben-C.unon returned to and Francehe found friendship
Israel Irom a three-week tour ot and esteem for Israel and under
four countries and talks with lead- standing of Israel's needs. In Car,-
Alleged Bonn
Sale of Arms
Raises Storm
JERUSALEM JTA) Press
reportsrow definitely denied by
both the West German and Israeli
Governments tnat "Uzzi" sub-
machine guns purchased here by
the Bonn authorities had been re-
sold to Portugal for use against
the independence movements in
Angola. Africa, brought a flare-up
and sharp anti-Government cnti-
Cisms ir. :he Knesset this week.
LONDON (JTA) A spokes-
man for the Briti-h Government de- ers se C0lmtries and described ada. he said, he found a warm at-
clared this week in response to a
query from Sir Barnett Janner that
the question of British ratification
of the I'mted Nations Genocide
Convention was under new exami-
nation.
Sir Barnett raised the issue with
a reference to testimony at the trial
oi Adolf Eichmann in Jerusalem
"Clearly, the civilized world has to
ask itself how this happened and
what could be done to prevent a
recurrence."' he said.
Sir Barnett emphasized that
more than 12 years had passed
since the then Foreign Secretary
had declared that the British
Government hoped shortly to
reach a decision on ratification of
the Genocide pact bet the deci-
sion still had not been taken.
Pointing out that 63 countries had
signed the convention. Sir Bar-
nett declared that "surely it is
time the United Kingdom was
also included."
lis efforts as "worthwhile." The titude among all parties to a great-
major objective of the visits, "clan- er extent than he had exepected.
tying our position and needs, was He added that the warm welcome
fully achieved."" he added. of the Canadian Parliament was
In a statement delivered at the not one to him personally but to,
airport, the Prime Minister said the nation he represented,
that in all the countries he vuited He praised Canadian Jewry, re-!
marking that many Canadian .Las
had come from distant section
-ee him. He said he met with 4.0-K)
Canadian Jewish children, many of
wh.tm could speak Hebrew.
Discussing his visit to the Uni-
ted States, which included a talk
with President Kennedy, the
Prime Minister said that after the
Kennedy Administration took
Continued on Page 10-A
When aH the recriminations were
done, however, the Knesset ap-
proved unanimously a statement by
Finance Minister Levi Eshkol.
Acting Prime Minister, who Mid undersecretary A. Godber replied
the Cabinet will report to Parlia- for the Government that all per-
cent s Committee on Foreign Af-sons ..shared abhorrence for the
fairs and Security about plans to I revolting crimes" committed bv
insert into future arms sales con-; the Nazis and that the British Gov.
tracts, a clause forbidding a pur- ernment had always made it clear
PROPOSED SOLUTION ACCEPTED'
Cairo Reports Kennedy
Proposal on Refugees
LONDON iJTA) President be permitted to return to Israel.;
John F. Kennedy has proposed to while some of them be integrated!
the Arab rulers that 25 percent ot in Arab countries, according to ani
the Arab refugees from Palestine article in the Cairo newspaper Al,
' Masaa reported here Monday
Ceylon Seeks
Arab Friends?
The Cairo newspaper claims that:
Mr Kennedy had also proposed;
that refugees be permitted to emi-1
grate to other countries, including
! the United States. Canada and Aus-
! tralia.
PRESIDENT KENNEDY
... return refugees

i
chaser to resell such
weapons to a third party.
Israeli
they regarded it with "disgust and
horror.'*
(The Wet German Defense
Ministry in Bonn denied em-
phatically the reports. Col.
George Schmuackfe. the Minis-
try's information chief, told the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency that
such "rumors are without any
foundation whatsoever.")
Five parties had moved in the
Knesset for fullscale debate of the
'ims sale issue. Leaders of Ahdut
Continued on Page 6 A
Al Masaa- report states that Is-
rael's Prime Minister David Ben-
Gurion at first rejected Mr. Ken-
nedy's proposal, but changed his
the Kennedy
*JOp <^
refugee problem.
NEW DELHI. India(JTA)The
; Minister of Finance in Ceylon is-
Adding that the Government sue(j a directive to the Treasury mind and accepted
realized that a decision had been | tnat au- Government requirements plan for the solution of
long delayed and that the delay of ceraent should be obtained from
was liable to misinterpretation, he tne united Arab Republic and that
told Commons: j ai| transfers Tor the supply of ce-1
'The whole question of whether ment should include a condition;
or not the British Government i that only offers from UAR sources
should become a party to the con-, will be considered,
vention was being examined afresh Tne purpose of this directive is
and the House will be informed t() pi.omote trade between Ceylon
when a decision is reached and the and the jjAR as envisaged in the
necessary legislation will be trade agreement recently entered
brought forward." mt0 between the two countries.
Circles interested in both Ceylon
ecret
A blanket of secrecy en-
shrouds the report of Prime
Minister Ben Gurion's talks
with the Big 3 Western Pow-
ers. See story on PAGE S-A.

State Dep't. Raps Forced
Move to Abandon Boycott
Urge US Zionists to Intensify
Programs for Jewish Education
by the Government
While maintaining dipl
tions with Israel and
interest in continued friendly ties.
NEW YORK(JTA)A series of resolutions urging the intensifica- tne Government last year canceled
t on of efforts on the part of chapters and regions of the Zionist Organ- ,ne accreditation of its Minister to was
i/. at ion of America to aid in the establishment of new Jewish day Israel.
schools and to exercise influence on local federations and welfare funds
to financially support such schools was adopted Sunday at the closing
-ion of a ZOA-sponsored two-day national conference on Jewish
education.
The conference also recommend-
ed vigorous measure's by the ZOA j
(< encourage the integration of I
Jewish education with progressive
summer camping. At the same
time it urged that a new system '
of adult education be devised and
be placed under the supervision ol
a special board of arlult education.
WASHINGTON-(JTA)The State Department has reiterated its
and "Israel affairs are disappointed stnnd against "coercive tactics" to secure Arab compliance with the
by the continued misunderstanding antj.diScrimination clause of the Mutual Security Act. In a commum-
in Ceylon-Israel relations caused by cation tQ Rep Seym0l. Halpern. N.Y. Republican, the State Depart
the unilateral steps taken last year crjtlcized the resolution adopted by the New York State legisla-
omatic^rela- !ure calIing for Amelican action against Arab bladdis,'n-! ot L'S ships
""rofes'stag carrying cargo to Israel
While the reason for the step,
unprecedented between countries
Continued on Page 9-A
While recognizing that the "gen
eral purport" of this resolutior
wholly consistent with L'.S
Government attitudes." the State
Department pointed out that "cer-
tain promises therein are not
wholly accurate." The communica
tion to Rep. Halpern was signed
by Brooks Hays. Assistant Secre-
ary of State for Congressional re
atiors.
Mr. Hays said it remained the
view of the State Department
that efforts to tie U.S. aid to re-
Continuec1 on Page 6-A
SERVATIUS WINS BATTLE OVER ADMITTING TAPE-RECORDED tVIDENCl
Film Shows Eichmann Concentration Camp Horrors
Other resolutions adopted con-
JERUSALEM(JTA)After ten weeks of open trial, after testi-
mony by 110 witnesses, the piling up of a record 2.000.000 words, and
the submission of some 1.400 documents, the prosecution of Case No. |
After a lengthy argument be-
tween Attorney General Hausner
and Dr. Servatius, the court
tained the hop* that the Bwr \^^^^0^'^a^ of Israel vs. Adolf, the son of Karl Adolf, Monday rejected, by a vore of
Mitivah ceremony would mi
"not the end, but the beginning
and an incentive for a fuller
Jewish education in a Hebrew
weekend or who!e day secondary
school." The conference called
upon the leadership of all re-
gions and district to inform and
diroct parents to encourage en-
rollment of children for Hebrew
Continued on Page 5-A
Eichmann-came to a close here Monday. ___________
Last Friday, the defense, headed < "
bv Dr Robert Servatius. objected | years ago in Buenos Aires tavern,
strenuously to the introduction into i when ne unburdened himself to a
the record of what Attorney Gen- Nmj friend, willem Sassen. The
eral Gideon Hausner calls the com-; autobiography as
plete and ^gp^JSare the basis for a series of articles he
ion^X\aronXhrE,ch- sold subsequently to an American
marm recorded his Ufe story four I magazine.
2 to 1, the admissibility of all
but certain parts of Eichmann's
tape-recorded memoirs. The ar-
gument between Hausner and
Servatius took up much of the
morning session. Dr. Servatius
complained bitterly that the re-
cordings amounted to "forger-
ies," saying that Sassen had plied
Eichmann with wine, ana had
violated an agreement whereby
Eichmann was to have initialed
each page of the transcript. Sa>-
sen subsequently sold part of
this material for two articles in
Life Magazine.
When the afternoon session o
ed, Presiding Justice Moshe Lan-
dau and Justice Itzhak Ruveh
ruled that only these parts of the
transcript are admissible w
were annotated by Eichmann. Jus-
Continued on Page 8-A


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Adlai Stevenson Foundation Created
At Jewish Theological Seminary
leaders the rest of the
5'<
vou have suffered Indignity and
persecution, pobnbly unparalleled
By Special Report
NKW YORK-EsUblishment of continuity in the
an Adlai E Stevenson Foundation h'! .. ;
at the Jewish fh I Seminary
Ambassador Stevenson accepts a volume
Bible from former Sen. Herbert H. Lehman.
Soncino
Drug Therapy To be Viewed
Recent Advance? in Drug. Grup
and Oflice Therapy" will be the
subject of a mental health program
on Tuesday evening at the Miami
Public Library. One Biscayne bivd.
Speakers wii be Drs. Henry-
Dean. Stephen Harris, and Leonard jffered on the third Tuesday of
I. Lapinsohn. director of psychiatry ;ach month by the Mental Health
and Neurology Service at the Vete- Society of Greater Miami. ___
runs Administration
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The film. Feelings of Depres-
, sicn." will be shown. The program
is one of the film-disccussion series
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,,i America was launched at a din
ner given in honor of Ambassador
Stevenson at the Seminary's Jewisn
Museum prior to his departure
for a South American tour.
A fund Of $1,500,000 i< required to
create the Foundation, and upwards
of $500,000 already ha> been com-
mitted by top-rankins Jewish com-
munal leaders who were among the
limited number of guests .'t the
dinner. Gifts were mace in the
form of S25.0OO scholarships, and
the balance of the fund will be
rai.-ed through similar endow-
ments.
The Stevenson Foundation will
become a part of the Herbert H.
Lehman Institute of Ethics, which
_ was established at the Seminary
Hospital in .n m8 Annoue.ment of the
new undertaking was made at the
dinner by former United States
Sen. Herbert H. Lehman, who
said the Stevenson Foundation
will provide essential links "be-
tween the theorist and the prac-
tical man, the scholar and the
doer."
Ambassador Stevenson, who is
the United States representative to
41 the United Nations, spoke on the
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history of other people. In con-
cluding hU rem-rks. Stevenson
said
"I am proud and grateful to be
identified with such healing schol-
arship. And I would be even
more honored and grateful if the
foundation 'us established in
my name hel: an ccas:onal sem-
inar for stertsenm- If they c",d
be induced to divorce themselves
for even a few days from the
grimness cf daily politics and
plunge into this new Walden
Pond, they will, I feel, be much
better
year."
When Ambassador
ended his >peech. Sen. Lehman, ai
chairman of the Seminary-
of overseers, presented to th
representative the H-vol .,,.
etOO Bible on behalf of
:ution
Dr. Louis Finkelstein,
it the Seminary, spoke bi ,-,
he dinner guests.
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problems of ethics in international
relations and expressed gratitude
that a foundation in his name was
to be created as a means of search-
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friction.- which beset the world."
Each country. Ambas>ador Stev-
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interest through an ethical rational-
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can only be achieved if a way i>
found to identify the ethical ideas
which are the basis for long range
goals helpful to all men "
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Fnday. June 16, 1961
+Jeist floridficnn
Cardiac Hospital
Elects Robinson
Mew President
Leo Robinson, noted financier and
community leader, has been elect-
re' president ol the National Child-
ren s Cardiac Hospital.
The charity institution is devoted
to lighting rheumatic fever and
congenital heart troubles.
Richard 1. Berenson, who has
been president of the Miami-based
institution for the past eleven years,
wit? named chairman of the board
of governors.
Other officers elected for 1961-62
included Louis Pokress. honorary
executive vice president; Milton D.
Dreyfus, executive vice president;
K. Williams Apte, George Coury,
William Marmer. Lou Poller. Lee
Ratner. and Nat Waldman, vice
presidents.
Reelected were Zachary Bailey,
secretary; Bob Rubinstein, assisant
secretary; Maurice C. Cohn, trea-
surer; and Da.ve Emmer, assistant
treasurer. William Marmer was
it named acting executive director
ol the hospital.
Robinson announced that bids for
construction of the hospital's new
buildings in the Metropolitan Cen-
ter" were to be formally opened this
week.
Welcomed as new members of
the board of governors were Joseph
A Garfield and Jack Levkoff.
Robinson is a vice president and
cl.rector of Dade Federal Savings
and Loan Assn., and a member of
the board of directors of the Miami
Window Corporation and the Sea-
board Life Insurance Co. He also
serves on the board of two large
eastern electronics companies, and
is active in South Florida real es-
tate circles.
Page 3-A
UO ROBINSON
Trading Stamps
Hospital Project
Synagogue Unit
Picks Rabbi Mark
By Special Report
NEW YORK Dr. Julius Mark,
senior rabbi of Temple Emanu-EI.
i New York, was elected president i
IOf the Synagogue Council of Amer-
| ica at the lin;il plenary session of
the organizational year last Wed-
nesday. He succeeds Rabbi Max
D. Davidson, of Perth Amboy. N.J..
, who served as president for two
i years.
Other officers elected by the re-
, ligious leaders were vice presi-
dents, Rabbi Uri Miller, of Balti-
more, and Rabbi Seymour Cohen.
Chicago: treasurer. Philip Greene,
of Jamaica. N.Y.; recording secre-
tary, Herbert Berman, Far Rock-
away, N.Y.; and corresponding sec-
retary. Dr. Robert L. Nach. Yon-
kers.

HASKEU LAZIHI
Lazere Resigns
As AJC Director
Haskell L. Lazere has resigned
as director of the Southeast region
of the American Jewish Congress
Lazere held the post for the past
three and a hall years. Hi* succes-
sor will be announced late this
week, following a meeting of the
organization's South Florida Coun-
cil.
Lazere will shortly go to Los An-
geles to assume the directorship of
the West Coast region of American
Jewish Congress.
He came to Miami from New
York City, and has spent some 20
years in the community relations
field.
Miami Attorneys Named by Bar
Thirteen lawyers from the Mi- lessional ethics; Marshall J. Lan-
ami area have been named to head Per. international and comparative
Rabbi Mark is visiting professor I committees of the Florida Bar. ac- aw'Q ^.^ ^ comm(mist tac.
objectives; D. H.
lorida constitution;
family law; Ncal.
their drive to acquire a new of the board of I stees of the He- Chairmen and their committees Rutledge, United States Consti.re
nine passenger Chevrolet station brew Union school of education | a" Clyde Atkins integrationinto .on; Kenneth B. fheroweJr *ria
wagon for the use of the young and sacred music. He is a trus-(and procedures; TJ. Blackwell tactics and procedure; and]Michael
heart patients by the time the new tee of the Federation of Jewish standard Jury instructions; Herbert Shores, legal forms and work
buildings for the 100 percent char.- Philanthropies of New York and r- Fe.be man. committee on bank- sheets.
ty hospital are opened. the Union of American Hebrew ruP,cv^ Ly'e D Hlcomb. sr- Pr- Appointed to head sub-comm.t-
Congregations. He is also a mem
Rabbi Shapiro on Television
"Still Small Voice."' television
program sponsored by the Rabbini-
cal Assn. of Greater Miami, will
be hosted by Rabbi Norman N. Sha-
piro, spiritual leader of Beth David
Congregation, on Sunday, 10 a.m.,
o\er WCKT CD. 7. His theme will
be "The Synagogue and its Role in
American Life." Participating on
the panel will be Mrs Harold Rein-
hard, Sidney Aronovitz, and Miss
Ri i erta Daum.
All members of the hospitals,.
:,, ___..__.; ber of the governing board ol the
auxiliaries will be partKipating in ,,, ., ... ,. ,, ,
.u m aX o^o World Union for Progressive Ju-
the effort, and the stamp company; has acliye
cooperating in the Project T O p Conference of
Value, has guaranteed to accept not
only their own stamp books, but
| books filled with any other Florida
trading stamps as well.
The Children's Cardiac Hospital
i chapters also hope that Greater
, MiaimiaM will contribute stamps
| in any amount by mailing them to
; National Children's Cardiac Hospi-
i tal, 4250 W Flagler st.
Construction bids for the urgent-
ly-needed new facilities will be
opened this month, and actual
building will start as soon there-
after as possible.
| tees of the Bars Coucil on the
---------------- Economics of Law Practice are
Christians and Jews, and was for- William L. Gray, jr.. sub-commit-
merly chairman of its committee [ tc-c of fees; and William C. Lantalf,
on books for brotherhood. I office management.
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1 No Middle
East Speculation
Summit and foreign minis-
ter*' pre-summit meetings were
the past occasions for Jewish
lecdets to speculate on '.He pos-
sibility thai the Israel-Arab cold
i would be a topic o: discus-
included among items oi
i the agenda.
. is Dulles-Heiter regime in
the State Department most otter:
proved fruitless in this respect.
It can now be fairly safely
assumed that the Kennedy-
Khrushchev talks also over-
looked the Middle East arena.
What distinguishes the K-K ses-
sion in Vienna from other sum-
mits at least in specific re-
card to Israel and the Arab na-
tions is that no such specula-
tion preceded it.
Perhaps international ten-
sions were higher than ever be-
fore, which sharpened the East-
West differences to the point
where the Arab-Israel dilemma
seemed insignificant by contrast
and where at the outset it would
have been unrealistic to hope for its inclusion
en the agenda. But such is not the case. If
tensions were, indeed, higher, it is only that
both the President and Mr. Khrushchev had set
their siqhts lower on what to expect as an out-
come of their telks. ie|
Each came prepared simply to meet the
other for the record and future reference. This
tended to sharpen the focus on the more imme-
diate elements of conflict. But the Israel-Arab
dilemma is hardly "insignificant" in terms of
ultimate international accord. Among other
things, it involves the whole question of the
struggle for African alliances.
* *
REACTION TO THE KENNEDY LETTERS
If Prime Minister Ben-Gurion and Mr. Ken-
nedy had seeming differences of opinion last
week on the substance of their New York meet-
ing, it is only that the State Department appar-
ently considered the Prime Minister's public ob-
servations to be ill-advanced. Hopefully, some-
thing ;s brewing.
The Kennedy letters to the Arab potentates
on the eve of his trip to Europe were coinciden-
tal to the trip end independent of its purposes,
but they may not have been coincidental to the
meeting with Mr. Ben-Gurion. Indeed, the
Prime Minister subsequent statements about
his fruitful' talks with the President and the
Coming peace in the Middle East, all of which
constituted the bulk of the State Department
denial was perhaps based on their possible
discussion 0l the early reaction to the letters.
The Cairo news dispatch "his week which
further reporti or. the Kennedy letters seems
o ire a marvel oi u:sp;:ssiouuie :u:-:li5- to:
the United Arab Republic especially where Is-
BLUE SUNDAY
diplomacy with respect to the State of Israel.
Hopefully, this is too pat an explanation.
Hopefully. President Kennedy may have touch-
ed upon the magic formula of rapprochmeni.
We say "hopefully" for clear and apparent
reasons. Mr. Kennedy has magic enough in
him to accomplish many things in many
spheres. But as past experience amply demon-
strates, it will take a heap of doing to bring
peace to the Middle East.
Extensive Political Talk
A congregation of three people in Israel
means the representation of at least four polit-
ical parties. This is an old joke for Israelis
who. in the French tradition, are accustomed
to a good deal of serious talk about politics
to the point of mayhem.
But the proliferation of parties has done at
least as much to hinder Israel's democracy
cs to cdvence it.
The recent move to impose fees on candi-
dates running for office who fail to receive a
predetermined minimum of popular electoral
support should go a long way toward making
: expensive
Thus, an old Israeli joke may be destined
for the rocks, but it can be quickly replaced
by en even older Americanism: Put you money
where your mouth is. In politics talk should be
expensive; it tends to enhance the value ol
political action cs well.
The Foundationstone of Israel
In an Unusual Arms Museum
By P. E. LAPIDE
Following a brief respite from writing, Leo WJndlin
resumes hit, regular column her* next wck.
UNWIELDLY SIX-SHOOTERS of pre World War 1 vintage. Arab
daggers and British bayonets, improvised hand-grenades and pis.
toN from 16 different countries arc tidily arranged and labeled in
oblon" glass eases. On a shelf, stands a row of shiny round bottles
containing samples of home-made explosives. Hanging on the wall is
an iron knuckle-duster, rusty with age and long disuse.
And on top ol all. there is a simple short inscription: These are
the tools which forged our State."
We are on the ground floor of Beit Golomb. which was inaugurated
recently by Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion as the official Kaganah
Museum of Israel. Present at the ceremony wtl a large uroup
of lla-anah veterans, including the President of the Slate, and prac-
tically all members ol the Cabinet
... : !*
NATIONAL MUSEUM PROJECT MUNCHED
THE TWO-STORY STUCCO house had been built by and be! ?< 1 to
ahu Golomb. the legendary Chief of Staff of the Hagai ih un-
lergn und. perhaps the l< ast known, yet the I d of the
... rgai ...lion. The turn his
nceived as spontaneously and carried
and decisions which were
. straight-back* and ;
s Tel A si< si en ss < i uons on r
emolishe room i >r sky-
tract ut sale to be sig
last ....... Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Golda
eign Minister, and erstwhile member of the Haganah General
Statf, heard ot the project The same night she convened a
in lur hom< when an actions committee was electi d
A peO| :t> ability not to destroy its past
said, and all les agreed The same night ttu
oi .i national museum was launched and taken up with a
worthy of the old underground champions of Israel. It was d<
to make a person-to-p< rs< D appeal, selling -brick-" to former :
supporters, both in Israel and abroad. And so the place from
the security of Jewish Palestine had been dincltd and cor.-:
throughout the two decades preceding statehood was to be kept in-
tact, for this and future generations, to marvel at the ingenuity of
Jewish military pioneers and the incredibly unassu ting start of what
today arc the Defense Forces ot Israel.
Is it really only thirteen years ago that thc.-e toylike sten-g ns
manufactured in a Haifa cellar, were the mainstay of beseiged Jeru-
salem0 Doc- only half a generation separate those rm-dern tanks out-
side which the army has sent in homage to its doughty forerunrcrs
from the primitive "Davidka" mortar whose r.oist not its bomb"
saved Safad in early 1948?
MAGiC FORMULA FOR PEACE
Does the dispatch add credence to theBer.-
Gur.cn declarator: that peace is coming' in
the Middle East? For tl-.e tus: fane, an Egyp-
tian source discusses such a poss out
launching into a polemic against Israel but
merely presumably quoting Mr. Kennedy end
jfflei inn tr.e statistical possibility for cccord.
ere are some political factors in the wind
these days to throw all of this into the realm
peculation. Notewc
among these is the recent widen be-
Gamal Ariel Nasser and the So
f over n
f. The dispatch may thus be Nas-
csser..ng his independence"
hem Moscow s band cr. the Aral: wheel of
B
Right of Free Speech
T.-.e civil libertarians are in for a:ic:
W* over New York's recent reversal and
decision to peimit George Lincoln Rockwe
speck there.
The courts should ce be jealous of
the right to free spee. considei any cur-
tailment of the right with extreme end judicious
care. In the achievement ol this snd, th<
-ieve it the better part of d: to permil
occasional individual exploitation of this basic
American freedom than haphazardly to sai
txn its censure.
_ But at what point should the line be riicv.
At,east m the case of Rockwell, the civ
tarkms have as yet found no line.
reck well advocates the o]
:: N i N< v. York court
'
on.
STOtr Of JEWISH Sflf OfflNSi
UT THE STORY of Jewish self-defense goes back well over ha I i
century. On the third floor of the modern museum building which
rises [ust behind Golomb House, there is an uapsesstve array of photo-
graphs depicting the original members of "Hsshomer." who f:r-t
pounded the moral concept of "Jewish guards for Jewish colonies."
The year 1897 is the date written below a group cl martial-loo .
riders on white Arab horses with long Turk:>h rifles slung across their
shoulders. The Z;on Mule Corps and its veterans, who stayed or. in
Palestine after the allied victory, followed in their footstep-
helped in June 1920. at a meeting of the Histadrut Executive, to f
the mutual defense brotherhood forthwith to be cai.ed Haganah
Arab disturbances broke out in the very same year, and gav<
the young defenders ample opportunity to prove their mettle Ex-
perienced in night fighting and the hit-and-run tactics of Arab bar -
they soon went o\er to what one of their secret circulars call- I
constructive offensive." Wt ha\e now reached the "Wall and To
- of the thirties, to which the second floor of the museum -
cated. In picture, map and model, we see the whole network of -
settlements which rose practically overnight cr. strategic sites ir.
ilee and Judaea.
From there, a dozen ,-ta.r< lead us up to the epoch of the J< "
Brigade At trance a poster, dated 1940. calls upon all J sh
youth to take up mption." Engineers. Pioneers, Infantrymen, Women's Auxiliary
Corps and a dozen ither branches of the British Army all haci
units of Jewish \olunteers.
But the pen was never far from the sword It seems that
was not a single Palestinian company without ill Hiiro
cation, A few even had their own amateur cartoonists and poets -
ge by th. copies ol "The Torch." "The Watchtower." ac Brigade Journa hicb arc exhibited here.
ARMS CACHES Of OLD DAYS
UNDERGROUND RESISTANCE, however, m ght 1 SUbh
ects rom; and indi
s set as dicks -as the am i we I
ays. in j on the gi j
rs in whose ho"
-< its guns. Tin ygen con!
lean ng against a pillat are parts
: macbio
;i whole morjar built into its interior In
- i innociu y vind Greek A
M,s for pisti even a fountain-pen with I silver) top
-1 ont el
'u or is i 4 the birthpangs oi Israel's ar-
Ihe lust) offsprii and Haganah It., birth ct rtil
the first Ordei ncing Um ment of Isi
Defense Forces hangs :> side with photostats of once "top
":v;" Torres no Hen is th Operatioa Oi pen to tin
Seventh B ,-r- \oxt t0 it. m ,r glass > : a"
rea B. on the evi t! i t frontal j itack
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Urge Zionists to Intensify Education
Phillip Schitf (right), president of Beth David Congregation, re-
ceives gavel from Sidney Aronovitz, outgoing president, at
election meeting last week ut Beth David.
Ben-Gurion Tells Cabinet
Details of Talks With West
JERUSALEM(JTA>Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion, attend-
ing his lirst Cabinet meeting here Sunday since his return from visits
to Canada, the United States. Britain and France, reported on his con-
versation-, with Western leaders at the summit, but the Government
enacted a complete black-out on his report.
The Cabinet se?sion, lasting for | ----------------------------------------------
nedy. Britain's Prime Minister
Continued from Page 1-A
courses open in grammar schools
and in high schools.
The resolutions were adopted fol-
lowing a basic address by Max
Brassier. ZOA president, calling
for an overhaul of the Jewish edu-
cation system in this country. Mr.
Brassier termed assimilation as
"the greatest peril to Jewish sur-
vival" and charged the American
Jewish community with failure "to
provide the much needed first line
of defense" against this threat. Ho
cited figures of Hebrew school at-
tendance in support of this charge.
Bressler pointed out that the
American Jewish community "is |
beginning somewhat belatedly to
realize that without Jewish educa-
tion there can be no Jewish cre-
ative living in America, nor a full
partnership with the State of I-
rael. This realization," he said,
"is reflected in the mounting Jew-
ish school registration, ii todaj
we have m ire than 550.000 Jewish
Children attending Jewish schools
in the United States it is because.
I believe, Jewish parents no longer
wish to remain, Jewishly speaking
childless and hoirless."
However, the ZOA leader also
stressed that more than 50 per-
cent of young Jews do not know
the Hebrew alphabet and that
"their Jewishness is only identified
as that of accident of their birth."
Asserting that "of the remaining
, 50 percent, more than half attend
Sunday schools only." the speaker
maintained that inadequate and
too short instruction at Sunday
school is "a travesty of Jewish
education, for it purports to trans-
mit a great and rich Jewish heri-
tage to our children under condi-;
lions that make such transmission
absolutely impossible."
In describing congregational
schools, as better than Sunday
schools, Bressler said that even
these schools, meeting twice or <
three times a week are "still not
good enough to produce Jewish
leaders with a Jewish knowledge
and an abiding deep interest in
Jewish life." He urged the cre-
ation of networks of all-day Jew-
ish schools where, he said, "our
children can imbibe Jewish
learning alongside with their se-
cular education." He added that
"by blending the two cultures.
the student learns to be a com-
plete integrated American Jew."
Mr. Bressler urged the establish-
ment of a ZOA Foundation for He-
brew education, the proceeds for
this foundation to be used for as-
sisting in the opening of ZOA day
schools: to grant scholarships for
study in these schools as well a>
scholarships to young men and
women for study in schools of
higher learning in Israel: to grant
fellowships to scholars in Israel
who would come to the U.S. for a
year or two of teaching in our He
brew schools and other purpov.
furtherance of adult Hebrew
cation.
BBYO Members To Attend Meet
Fifty members of Aleph Zadik
Aleph and B'nai B'rith Girls, junior
order of B'nai B'rith. will attend
the District 5 B'nai B'rith Youth
convention at Camp Osceola, Horse
Shoe, N.C., from June 21 to 26. it
was announced by Eli Hurwitz,: cultural,
president of the BBYO board of
directors.
The group, including Shelia Sand-
ier, District 5 president of B'nai
B'rith Girl*, and Lee Sandier. Flori-
da State president of the AZA,
will be joined by 25 representatives
from North Florida chapters in
Jacksonville.
present will be Rabbi Raymond
Krinsky, director ol the B'nai B'rith
Hi!U! Foundation at the University
of Virginia.
During the convention, emphasis
>e placed on strengthening
community service an.l
reiigious areas in the youth pro-
gram, as well as on social and
athletic activities
Coordinators are Diane Battist,
president of the Hillel B'nai B'rith
Girls, Miami, and Howard Golden,
president of the BBYO Council itt
Baltimore.
Keynote speakers will he Dr. Max
F. Baer. national director of the
Podiatrists Elect Officers
Newly-elected oflicers
of Dade
BBYO. and Robert Kohler. regional County Podiatry Assn. are Dr.
director of the Anti-Defamation! Martin M. Horn, president: Dr. E.
League of B'nai B'rith for the Vir-. Goldberg, vice president: and Dr.
ginia-North Carolina area. Also E. Samuels, secretary-treasurer
three hours, was attended also by
Foreign Minister Golda Meir, who
has jus: returr.e-i from visits to
Scandinavia; Minister of Com-
merce and Industry Pinha.-. Sapir.
who visited a! of the Western
countries where Mr. Ben-Gurion
had stopped; and Deputy Defense
Ministei Shimon Peres.
But at :he end >r" the unusually
Cabinet meeting, a Cabinet
spokesman refused to reveal what
Mr. Ben-Gurion t.a reported about
his conversations with Canada's
Prime Minister inn G. Diefen-
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President. Gen. Charles de Gaulle.
The spokesman was asked spe-
cifically whether the Government
has received explanations of
contradictory reports concerning
the Ben-Guricn Kennedy talk
aboat the Arab refugee problem.
Mr. Ben-Gurion had been report-
ed as indicating that President
Kennedy had proposed a solu-
tion of the refugee problem,
while the State Department at
Washington had reportedly said
there was no such solution offer-
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The spokesman replied "no com-
ment" to this question.
The blanket of secrecy was
wrapped also about Mrs. Meii's
Cabinet report, as a result of her
tour. In addition to visiting Scan-
dinavia, the Foreign Minister had
also gone to Iceland and. later, to
Paris
Mrs. Meir did report publicly,
upon her return from Europe, that j
she had found "Strong feelings of;
friendship toward Israel" in the
Scandinavian countries. In Paris. |
she said, she had discussed Israel's ,
position in the new economic!
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For the enlightenment of children at the Miami Beach YMHA
Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, tne
Bay Shore Exchange Club of Miami Beach presents a set of
Junior Encyclopedia Britannica to Arnold Piskin (right), branch
director. Making the presentation is Lester Goldstein, pres-
ident of the Exchange Club, while Sam Seitlin, chairman of the
project committee, looks on. ______^______
Alleged Bonn Sale of Israeli
Made Arms Raises Huge Storm
Continued from Page 1-A
Avudah. Herut. the Communist
Party, the new Liberal Party and
Mapam used the reports about
Bonn's alleged resale of "Vtlis"
to Portugal to lash the Government
attain on the over-all issue of sell-
ing arms to Germany.
Israel Bar-Yehudah. of Ahdut
Avodah. told the Knesset the cur-
rent Adolf Eichmann trial had
proved" that all Germans over
the age of 40 had had a hand in
persecuting Jews during the Nazi
regime. Some of these very Ger-
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ni.Hiy."
Speaking for Herut. Dr. Ben-Ehe-
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gun given to Germany now is an in-
jection for the revival of the sleep-
ing Satan." Dr. Moshe Sneh. lead-
er of the Communist Party,
charged Israel had been accused
in the past of selling arms to the
Dominican Republic and to the
anti-French rebels in Algeria
"Th* trouble," he said, "is that
these reports are believed in the
world." On behalf of the Lib-
erals, Dr. Elimelech Rimalt
warned the Government that
"arms are not goods comparable
to ordinary trade, but are politi-
cally sensitive goods."
Dr. Hanan Rubin, of Mapam.
argued for better controls of the
sale of Israeli arms, to prevent
their being resold to a third party.
In the course of his argument. Dr.
Rubin strongly attacked the West
German Government.
Members of Mapai then asked
him from the floor whether East
Germany had been denazified Ma-
pam and Mapai member? shouted
at one another from their benches,
but Dr Rubin did not reply to the
question.
Continued from Page 1-A
quirements that Arabs lift dis-
criminatory policies would in-
tensify restrictions and "play
into the hands of the Soviet bloc
by exacerbating Middle East
tensions." According to Mr-
Hays, the State Department is
convinced "that avoidance of co-
ercive tactics is more likely to
produce an atmosphere condu-
cive to a settlement of the fun-
damental Arab-Israel tensions
than would unilateral economic
pressure from the United States."
a reporl iron. Washington to
the Sew York Hei aid-Tribune Sun
daj sa "Th< I nil d States is
itiously v the 1 'nited Arab
ublic in surpl is tood negotia-
- that Mid Hi East country
seems to be slipping its ties with
tl t Kremlin The possibility oi a
closer accommodation with L'AR
Pr< -. ni Gamal Abdel Nasser
arises out of current strained re-
ions between the I'AR and the
Soviet Union. American official-
are watching cl< si Ij as the Cairo-,
Moscow rift widens.' i
But while .-harp charges and
counter-charges exchanged recent-
ly between the United Arab Re-
public and the Soviet Union >eem
more intense than similar disputes
in the past, they do not necessarily
denote a serious rupture of Moscow-
Cairo relations, according to polit-
ical observers in Jerusalem.
There was .-peculation in Israel'.- I
capital this week that UAR Pres-
ident Gamal Abdel Nasser is per
mitting his controlled press to,
publicize those exchanges, in the
hope that he would make the Uni-
ted States believe there is a chance
of wooing Egypt from the Soviet
orbit by giving the UAR greater
political and economic support.
However, it is noted, the So-
viet Union has always been ready
to forget about maltreatment of
Communists in foreign countries,
as long as the Governments of
those lands suited the Moscow
Communists.
operation between the
.CAl
two coin.
tries seem to grow closer [t j,
remarked as notewon
After each flare-up of apparent spite the current spate i : Masco*
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-Jenisr) Thridirtri
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Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Neil Heller (leit) and Kenneth Myers, of
Miami, leave for overseas with United Jewish Appeal Youth
Leadership Mission at International Airport in Idlewild, N.Y.
The Hellers and Myers are part of a group of 140 young Amer-
ican Jewish community leaders in the 30 to 40-year age group
or. the mission. Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman, U]A executive
v:re chairman, is leader of the mission, which wi:l make an
intensive, first-hcnd study of UJA program? benefiting nearly
GOO.COO people overseas.
Miamians' Son
Joins Nat'l. BBYO
Seymour S. Cohen, director of
the Philadelphia region ol B'nai
B'rith Youth Organization, has been
appointed associate national pro-
gram director for BBYO in Wash
myton, D. C.
Cohen was to leave his present
post on Thursday. He is the son oi
Mr and Mrs. Sam Cohen. 18tJ4 S\V
14th tor., Miami, who will s<> to
Philadelphia to attend a farewell
function in their son's honor being
given hy the region,
Cot-en, 37, will fill a newly-crea-
ted post designed io give addi-
tional services to the fieid staff
and to program units throughout
the organization. In addition, he
will conti.-.ue as prcjram director
of Camp B'nai B'rilh, Starlight,
Pa., which he has held with his
ocal post since 1959.
A [3-year veteran .'i the BBYO
irofessional group work staff, Co-
hen has been Philadelphia regional
director since 19S3. For five sear-
prior to that, he was director oi the
Western Pennsylvania region in
Pittsburgh.
A graduate ol the University ol
Florida, he received his Master's
degree in social work at the Uni-
versity of Pittsburgh, and has also
done graduate work at the Univer-
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Meeting Slated
Zeev Dover Succeeds Leshem as Consul; 5
To Assume Duties in Atlanta Next Month
By Special Report
ATLANTAThe Israel Ministry
i of Foreign Affairs in Jerusalem
has appointed Zeev V. Dover to
Isucceed Moshe Leshem as Consul
of Israel in Atlanta.
Dover was born in 1922 in Cerno-
wilz. the capital of the former Ru-
manian Province of Bessarabia.
/hich became part of the Soviet
Union after World War II. His
fam ly moved to Vienna, where
Dover attended yrade school. He
i to Israel at the ase ot 11,
and completed his high school edu-
cate n in Tel Aviv.
During the war. he served a* a
\\ ian employee of the British
\ j .After the war. he continued
his ilitary activities in the ranks
ol lag&nah, and remained ;n the
an j during the War of Liberation.
Cemcblizing after completion
W an officer's training course,
Dover joined the Office of the
State Comptroller, with the rank
of chief inspector, while at the
same time continuing his stu-
dies in public administration,
frcm which he graduated in 1953.
In 1952. he joined the Ministry
ol Foreign Affairs as director of
the Finance Department. Two
years later, he was appointed First
Secretary and Consul of the Lega-
tion ol Israel in Australia. Return-
ing to Israel in 1959. he became
principal assistant in the Depart- Siegfried Geismar is honorary
mem tor Africa, a post he occupied president. Sol Zitter is vice prcsi-
until hi> present appointment to dcnt, Anna Weiss is treasurer.
Atlanta. and Margaret Yomen. secretary.
Dover is expected to take up his.
duties here in July. He will be
accompanied by his wile. Alisa.
and three children. Simona. 14.
Edna, 9. and Yoram. 3.
Citizens Action League, headed
y veteran newspaperman Hcndrik
Berns. will hold its second pub-
ic meeting on Thursday evening.
June 15, at the Roney Plaza hotel.
The organization's purpose is to
bring local, national, and interna-
tional problems to the attention of
the public." Berns explained. "We
want the community to take an ac-
tive part in the solution of commun-
ity problems, to work for higher
: ethical and moral standards in pub-
lic life, to elect officials with a
higher degree of moral strength,
integrity, public mindedness and
dedication to the ideals of pub
lie service, and to select, if.need be.
that type ol candidate lor public-
office."

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At another session, one i f the in.
males who helped plan : uprising
at the Treblinka murder i.inpte$.
tified how two children \.n0 ]la(j
access to SS barracks at
Continued from Page 1-A
lice Binyamin Halevy held that the
entire transcript, including the por-
tions carrying Eichmanns correc-
lions, were admissible. The ma-
jority ruling pre\ailed.
dr. Vienna, the Austrian author!
ful escape.
port of tiny children, some of them
barely reaching to the top of the
The witness spoke again, sayng:
I believe with perfect faith"'he
The witness. Kalman
said the uprising was 01 _
inmates working a sei
ties announced the arrest Of Franz poiished boots of the SS men herd- sajti this in the Hebrew of Maimon
Slavik, identified in testimony at
the Adelf Eichmann trial in Jeru-
Balem as a Nazi who had helped
Eichmann kill a Jewish boy at
Budapest in is44. According to the
Ministry ol Justice, an investiga-
tion into Slavik's war crimes activ-
ities bad begun some years ago.
t..: was dnpped when insuffi<
evidence had ben uncovered. The
Ministry stated that he will be
tried for complicity in committing
a war crime on the baMs cf the
evidence given in the Eichmann
trial.'
E ihmann is expected to testify
during morning sessions for about
eight days. The morning sessions
will be extended, but there will not
be any afternoon sessions so that
Dr. Servatius will will have time
to prepare his client for the daily
testimony. After presentation of
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them into the gas chambers.
One of the films showed heaps
of glasses, gold teeth, a mound
of babies' shoes, heaps of hair
shorn from women victims be-
fore the gassing, and then huge
reams of cloth woven from the
hair. In another, thousands of
naked men and women marched
in the deep snow before SS
guards. There was a shot of
headless bodies laid out in neat
rows like sardines and nxt to
them barrels of heads. This scene
was filmed at the Institute for
Racial Research at Strasbourg,
which had asked Eichmann for
100 skeletons, but was supplied
instead with 100 living victims
"for disposal."
ides used frequently by Orthodox
.lows at the end of the daily pray
er"that 1 have to carrj on under
this pseudonym as long as the
world fails to react to the eruci-
this evil. 11 1 stand before you and
fixion el our nation to eradicate
relate what happened on this plan-
et, it I could be heard now. then
I h, lieve, with perfect faith, that
this is due to a solemn oath that
gave mo tin- strength. This oath
was my armor. It girded me with
superhuman strength during the
two years at Auschwitz. This
oaih was to chronicle should 1
survive ." at this point the wit-
ness, who is in his forties, col
lapsed.
Court proceedings wore suspend
on a field.
Mengele selected a taller boy and
nailed a atrip, of wood to a post to
indicate his height. The other boys
were then ordered to measure
themselves by the marker. Every- (hc sg gliards and hv
one understood that boys shorter camp servjces WB0 vu,
than the marker would be sent im- movp abou, thc (amp
mediately to death. dren, who had access
, racks as shoe-shiners.
Half of the 2,000 boys were ammui
gassed. The general feeling in
the camp, the witness said, was
that the Nazis chose Yom Kip-
pur for the murder of the boys
with knowledge of the Yom Kip-
pur prayer, "Unesansh Tokef,"
which describes all mankind as
passing under God's rod, and
with Mengele demonstrating that
he was the one who decided who
should live ad who should die.
mp
i which
uccess.
lied photographers, of half-dead were able to pull their gaze away one Yom ^PP* ^JJ*" J^l stole weapons for a revo
?u7v,VOrs SwTy moving in a stu- from the witness said later that ulariygrim.*Xblf^ ^'ab0Ul 15 inmalti
por ,n which they hanllv seemed to both Eichmann and Servat.us turn- ordered to assemble
know that their previously unend- ed pale. The three judges held
ing agony was over. This wasfol- their breath and a deep sigh arose
lowed by a scene showing a trans- from the audience
hand grenades to the i
He said the or:Lir..l
to hue as man) >S mi
siblc to the varous \
kill them individ .;..!>
a break for free* I m u
the organizers vre lot;
minutes before the revo
scheduled, the plan.- wei
effect immediately, ss
shot down, the !otl stol
and the barracks and w
engulfed in the flames, a
oner- made theil I id foi
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hers in
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he bar-
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"ilom.
Teitman told tW cour
ed for 15 minutes Attorney Gen-
There were scenes of Germans t,rai Hausner then introduced Klein-
Alter presemauon o. ; broilgh, back t0 a camp, following man after announcing that D.nur ^"i
the defense ease is completed, the ^ capture af(er ,ibcralion< s0 continHC. Kleinman fnon(K
Prosecution will cross examine ;that thcy mignt ,ook on wnat tncy that ^ who
Eichmann at both morning and af- had done_ f^y wa,ked gingerIy ^ {q ^^ ^^ af,er |he
among the dead, taking care not to collapse of the Hitler regime, had
soil their shoes, holding handker been nicknamed the Angel of
chiefs to their noses to avoid the Death" by the prisoners. He reg-
unpleasant smell of the charnel ularly chose bovs for the gas cham
ternoon sessions Eichmann will
do all his testifying from the glass-
enclosed prisoner's dock.
In weekend testimony. Gestapo
Chief Heinrich'Himmler was quo-
ted as saying that the Nazi SS had
been given the assignment of
carrying out Hitler's decision to
solve "the Jewish problem." That
statement was made by Himmler
to Rudolf Hoess, the Auschwitz
tamp commandant who was later
banged at the camp by the Allies.
The deposition cited Hoess being
told by Himmler "you will get the
details trom Eichmann who will
report to me." Hoess said that
Eichmann told him that six to sev-
en million persons would arrive at
Auschwitz from all parts of Eur-
ope for destruction by gas and
that "we need a gas suitable for
mass destruction without bottle-
Decks."
Shocking pictorial records of
how how Eichmann proceeded
to implement the grand design
for mass murder were shown
in the darkened courtroom which
had been cleared of spectators
*or security reasons. Most of
the films were taken by Nazi
cameramen. There were clso
films taken by photographers of
the Allied armies who were
among the first on the spot when
the camps were liberated.
tally slain men. women and
i ildren came to life briefly as
their faCes contorted in honor
i'- in the h;st agonies of dying
passed the screen. Thc first film
owed the Einsatzgruppen in ac-
Thousands of victims of all
ages, some naked, some in tatter
t.. cl< thes, wore shown running be-
fore the machine guns mowing
houses they had created and oper- hers, with the younger ones usually brcw worrj
chosen to die. cards which were written in Ger
He said mat the method used on man.
ated.
Nobody moved when the lights
were turned on again in the court-
room. The three judges sat on the
bench, faces buried in their hands
.rudge Raveh was weeping slight-
ly. The grey faced Eichmann. at
his -c( watched them with almost hyp-
notic intensity. He showed no emo-
tion as ne was led from the pris-
oner's dock while the audience of
newspapermen solemnly left the
courtroom.
Three survivors of the Auschwitz
murder factory were called to tes-
tify about their frightful life there
but one of them, who has achieved
anonymous fame as a chronicler
of Auschwitz infamy, suffered a
stroke and collapsed after a few
minutes of testimony.
YechieJ Dinur, who wrote The
House of Dolls" under the pseu-
donym. "Ka tzetnik 135633." was
scheduled as the first witness.
Taken to the hospital, he regained
consciousness, but his reappear-
ance was postponed The pseu-
donym is an abbreviation for con
centration camp inmates, and the
number is the camp number tatOO-
ed by the Nazis on the arm- cf
inmates.
The other two witnesses were
Yosef Kleinmann, a 31-year-old
Jerusalem carpenter, who testified
about the selection for the Ausch-
witz gas chambers made by Dr.
Josef Mengele, and Yehuda Bakon,
a Jerusalem artist, who told about
the devices used by the Auschwitz
them down in mass graves. officials to camouflage the pur-
The camera focused on heaps of iVMS "' !no murder factory.
;. sports and identity cards, with Dinur began by replying to a
faces smiling on photographs taken Question from the prosecution as
long before the Nazis seized the ,0 wn>' he na(1 chosen the pseu
Bakcn, who was sent to Ausch-
witz when he was 14. testified that
when prisoners arrived, they were
forced to sit:n a statement that
thcy came voluntarily and were be
ing protected from "the people's previous witnesses, tha
wrath." He told how the inmates ians in German unifon;
forced to write postcards to pated in all of the mur
in another camp. Thcrcsion- said he was assigned to ing out
stadt. saying that all was well, the personal belongings
This was designed to calm them, lims which were somet:
since most of them too were des- "'50 stories high." He a
tined for Auschwitz. He said he each transport to the Co
organized a group of boys who risk- aged 60 freight cars
ed torture by including the He- 100 victims in tach car
for death in the post- the transports containe
and all the rest were m
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owners. There were scenes from
the liberation, followed by those it
Jews herded into deportation
I rains, smiling SS men. followed
by a shot of Gen Eisenhower vis-
iting a liberated camp. The hap-
hazardness seemed to fit the total
absence of any human order in the
Nazi-created inferno.
The camera then moved from
cell to cell inside the gas cham
tors, occasionally fixing on tlie
dark epenings from which the
lethal cyanide gas poured ('own on
millions of victims. Other pictures
portrayed the burning of bodies in
the open when the jammed crema-
toria could not accommodate the
flow of gassed bodies.
There was a scene, taken bv Al
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donym rather than using his own
name He replied:
"I did not see myself as a wri-
ter of literature but only as one
recording impressions I cannot
suppress and cannot forget. I
was in Auschwitx about two years
time there wasn't like time is
measured here. There every
fraction of a minute revolved on
wheels of another time measure-
ment. We had no names, no
parents, no children. We did not
wear things as things are worn
here. We didn't live, we didn't
dio. The rules there were not
the rules of this earth. Our
names were numbers." At this
point, the witness rolled up the
sleeve of his jacket to show his
number.
He continued: "We wort- on an-
other planet called Auschwitz." At
this point, he displayed the striped
pajama-type garb worn by Ausch
witz inmates. He handed the gar
ment to the prosecution to submit
as an exhibit. Correspondents who
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Arab Israeli Proud of His Country
[Henry Goodman, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Goodman, re-
ceives the annual Aaron Eisenstein Outstanding Student
Award at Temple Ner Tamid closing exercises. Right is Rabbi
fugene Labovitz, spiritual leader. Also cited tor outstand-
ing scholarship were Lewis Rothlein, Marcia Kaufman and
Iteven Ecker. Registration is now being taken for the fall
|1errn in all departments, from nursery school throuoh con-
r rmation.
Ceylon Seeks Arab Pals?
Continued from Page 1 A
|rct in conflict, has never been
lully explained, it seems to have
fteen motivated mainly by Cey-
[k- s desire to avoid antagonizing
he Arab states and jeopardizing
|i* considerable tea exports to
ose states. It had been hinted,
however, that the accreditation of
ie Ceylon diplomat had been ef-
rcted in an irregular manner by
previous government and that
is recall was designed only to
r<-ne ^d was not to be construed as a
concession to Arab boycott
threats.
a now Ceylon envoy would soon be
accredited to Israel in a regular
fashion. As such a remedial step
has not been taken by Ceylon, the
feeling is gaining ground that the
recall was motivator, oy Ceylon's
desire to appease Arab boycott
threats.
By Special Report
NEW YORK-Seif El-din Zaub'i,
mayor of Nazareth, who arrived in
the United States this week to at-
tend the international conference
,oi mayors which opened in Wash-
ington on Tuesday, told the leader-
ship of the National Committee for
Labor Israel at a reception that
"ii anyone should seek to harm our
country, we Israeli Arabs will re-
sist it to the utmost."
Mayor Zaub'i, born in Nazareth
18 years ago, was elected to the
Knesset when Israel was founded
"i 1948, and served seven years.
Alter an interlude of farming ori
his family estate in Galilee, he
was elected mayor of Israel's larg-
est Arab community in 1959. A
member of the central committee
Oi the Union of Local Authorities
in Israel. Mayor Zaub'i is also ac-
tive in Histadrut affairs.
Declared the mayor: "The
Arabs of Israel seek to be equal
and loyal citizens of their coun-
try. When President Bourguiba,
of Tunis, recently stated that he
expected Israel to suffer the same
fate as Algeria and that the Arabs
would engage in guerilla war.
fare against the State of Israel,
he apparently did not know the
situation in Israel. If he depends
upon the Arabs of Israel to begin
such a war, he will have to wait
i a long time. We Israeli Arabs
do not want such a war, and if
anyone should seek to harm our
country, we shall resist it to the
utmost.
"There are even schools for our
young people and successful ci I-
tural activities at all age-levels.
Histadrut has helped our artiSMifl
and small shop-owners to establish,
cooperatives.
"As you know, ancient Naza-
reth now has a twin cityUpper
Nazareth, where recent Jewish
immigrants are being settled
There are 25.C00 Christian and
Moslem Arabs in the Old City.
ci which I am mayor. There are
7,000 Jews in the new city, which
is governed by a temporary com-
mission. There are close econom-
ic and cultural ties between these
twins.
'"It is a living example of hoy
Jews and Arabs, as equal citizens
I in the democracy oi Israel, ;in
and resume construction. Moetzet' live in peace and friendship. Y.u
Hapoalot. the Histadrut Women's
Council, has established clubs for
our women, where they receive
training in various crafts and also
cultural activities.
B
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MAYOR ZAUt.'l
Americans who support Israel and
especially the work of Histadrut.
should continue to do so, as Hista-
drut deserves every ounce of sup-
port, so that it may continue its
work successfully."
This impression damages
ion's international standing
prestige, it is believed here.
Cey-
and
Be-fi Kodesh Installation
Installation of oflicers of Both
Kodesh Synagogue, Men's Club and
Sisterhood will take place Saturday-
evening in the Biscayne Terrace
t had therefore been hoped that hotel.

"Any efforts of this kind will not I
last out a day. Apparently. Bour-'
guiba bases his views on the Arab I
press and he thinks that all that is
lacking is a match to light the fuse. I
He could not be more mistaken. ]
i The Arab minority in Israel is free!
to criticize its Government and our1
free press merely proves that Israel i
| is truly a democracy.
"Histadrut has done a great deal,
I for the Arab workers and peasants.!
Ii has gradually raised the wagej
level of the Arabs, so that it equals!
that of the Jewish workers. It has '
brought water and electricity to|
Arab villages and has cooperated
with the Government in bringing
about Mich improvements.
"In my own city of Nazareth.
Histadrut has been very active. We
have recently laid the cornerstone
of a new Histadrut Cultural Center
and of a Kupat Holim Medical Cen-
ter. Temporarily the work has
been suspended for lack of money,
but we expect to get the funds soon
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Beth David Bowling League will
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Homer Kievman in charge of pro- ;
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Team champions of the season |
are Vurman Transport in the
men's division and I. Rosengarten
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Danny Jaffe won both high game
and high set. Mrs. George Saluk
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Aaron Kravitz is president of the
league, which will meet through
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SS Jerusalem Lists Exciting Itinerary
Honorees who received awards at recent Jew-
ish National Fund function in the Fountaine-
h ?au hotel include seated (left to right' Mes-
d--rr.es Julius Rcsenstein, E. Duberstein, Joseph
Krantz, Louis Marcus. Standing (left to right)
ere E. Duberstein, Mrs. Max Hecht, Mrs. Ida
Wessel, Sam Schachno, Mrs. Robert Garber,
Mrs. Miriam Press, Isaac Donen, Mrs. Wolfe
Shklair, Mrs. Sylvia Meyers, Mrs. Ida Book-
span, Dr. Morton Robbins, and Jacob C. Fish-
man.
Guion Satisfied With JFK Meeting
Continued from Page 1-A
power, it was assumed that
charges would take place in re-
lations between the United States
and other eountres. He said it
was therefore urgent that conver-
tations be held with the adminis-
tration officials with whom he
talked.
He added: "] had a
interesting fruitful talk with Presi-
'( nl Kennedy.'" He also noted his
v despread meeting with leaders
Oi a ho-t of American Jewish or-
gar.izations, both Zionist and non-
Z I r.ist.
last stop was Paris, where
he reporledly received assurances
from French leaders of renewed
commitment to support Israel in
tb< event of an Arab attack. He
> he Jewish Telegraphic Agency
ir Paris that "'if my conversations
Israels situation would really he
excellent.'* He said he had
achieved a complete understanding
with French officials on world prob-
lems as well as Middle East prob-
lems.
The talks involved t h c Prime
Minister, Mrs. Golda Meir, Israel's
Foreign Minister, and Shimon
Peres, the Deputy Defense Minis-
triondly. ter. The highlight of the Paris visit
was 70 minutes of talks between
President Charles de Gaulle and
Mr. Ben-Gunon. The Israel offici-
als also discussed problems of mu-
tual concern with Maurice Couve de
Murville, the French Foreign Min-
ister, and Premier Michel Debre.
Mrs. Meir and M.-de Murville
were reported to have discussed
French support for Israel's desire !>es,s 'alsJw are ,] Speaking He-
to be associated with the six-nation ** 2' ,,v,n8 in ,srat''
European Common Market, and Baron Guy de Koinschild asked
support during the forthcoming' him. "So in your reckoning I am
not a Jew?'' The Premier laughed
tiens as well as France's attitude
to Middle East problems which
may come up at the next General
Assembly, opening in September.
The two leaders met twice, once
before a luncheon given by Gen.
de Gaulle in Mr. Ben-Gurion's
honor, and later after the lunch-
eon.
Mr Bcn-Gurion also met 40 repre
sentatives Of French Jewish or-
ganizations, in an informal con-
versation, the Prime Minister ap-
pealed to them again to study He-
brew and io demonstrate their Zion-
ism by emigrating to Israel. "Why
should I have to speak to you in
English''* he said. "I am still glad
to see that the Jewish spirit is
alive in France today. But the
C( mpletion oi the itinerary tor
the Pan American Knends of Is
this week by Carl Weinkle, "Cruise
Commodore." The tour will take
place in November under the aus-
pices of the Greater Miami Israel
Bond committee
The good v ill tour will be the
maiden Caribbeai voyage oi Irael
Zim line's luxury SS Jerusalem.
One of the highlights of the
cruise will be a visit to the Mexi-
can pert city of Vera Cruii, from
which the party will fly by char-
tered planes to Mexico. There, ar-
rangements will be made for spe-
ciaffunctions, including a formal
recaption at w.-.ich the President
of Mexico will be host.
The stay in Mexico City will co-
incide with Chanuka. In ke<
with the lestiv.il spirit, there will
I e ,i ball in honor 11 the Miamians
:it the Club de Sports, said t
one of the most impressive clubs
in the world.
The 16-daj tour will begin Sundaj
. vening, Nov 19. The SS Jerusalem
will arrive in Miami earlier that
day to be greeted by a flotilla oi
boats with leading dignitaries
aboard. In the evening, the cap-
tain will be hosl at a dinner aboard
ship in honor of Israel Bond Bar
Mitzvah Trustees. Builders. Guard
ians and Sponsors.
At midnight, the SS Jerusalem,
with 300 passengers aboard, will set
sail lor the 16-day tour The lirst
port oi call will be Port-au-Prince,
Haiti, where the tour will be wel-
comed bj Dr. Francois Duvalier.
President of Haiti, on Nov. 21.
The second port of call will be
Curacao in the Netherlands Antilles
on Nov. 23.
Next port ot call will be La
Guaira, the northern seaport of
Venezuela. The Miamians will be
greeted by President Romulo Bet-
ancourt and other heads of state.
t/ieer beauty c ,'s na:jra| ^
t'ng." The cruise will then ht^
for the Isihmus of Panama and
the Canal Zone. Iren fallows th
trip to Vera Cruix and the two.
day stay in Mexico Ciry.
The SS Jerusalem will return to I
Miami on Tuesday mon _. ;
Dr. Aaron Kaham. executive U
rector of the Great) r M mi l-raei
Bond organ /atioii. p< i ;;ttha'!
the tour will m;.rk I-rael's Bar
Mitzvah and Pan Ann m yu
both being observ<
lie i xplained that
anating from Mam:
dual bannei s >'i the '
Israel, isiting th<
;..!i! from I >ra I nd -c l
will symbolize Isn i
c. Pan American v
spirit oi good w ill in w
Israel seek to live wit
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wnh leaders of other governments United *a[lons. General Assembly
vhom I have met would have been ^e Arab refugee problem. The
as fruitful as mv talks in Pans, two diplomats also reviewed world
____________________^_______ developments and the situation in
the Middle East, including recently
CcmeS Night Scheduled publicized differences between the
'Soviet Lnion and the Lnited Arab
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Abe Hor- Republic.
rowitz Post ol JWV was to sponsor
a games night Thursday at the
Unified bldg.
Mr. Ben-Gurion and President
de Gaulle reportedly reviewed in
their talks Franco-Israel rela-
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Ben-Zvi the State Flag Horici
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Friday. June 16.
Rabbinical Assn. Issues Statement
To Community on Aims of Organization
Graduates of Coral Gables Hiah School in whose honor a
special Baccalaureate Sabbath service was held at Temple
mora last week. Seated ,lett to right! are Phyllis Brenner.
Sabbi B. Leon Huiwitz. Kathv Strauss' Standing (left to riqhO
.::e Noiman Zarr, Barbara Simon. Stan Melnick and Richard
(refers.
Dr. Kaplan, Reconstructtonism Founder,
Celebrates His 80th Birthday on Sunday
By Special Report
\K\v YORK Jewish peoplej
throughout the world took note
ol the 80th birthday of Mordecai
, philosopher was born on June 11,
1881
A controversial figure -ill his life.
Dr Kaplan at 80 Is still vigorous
. and still creative He is currently
The noted bllsl|y vw,rk completing a new
book, which Harpers will publish
next year.
The Jewish Reconstructionist
Foundation, which he founded in
1940, and the Society for the Ad-
vancement of Judaism, which Or.
Kaplan created in 1122, are the
two major organixations now de-
dicated to carrying out his pro-
gram of Reconstructtonism The
program calls for the recognition
of Judaism as *n evolving reli-
gious civilixation, with its spirit-
ual center in Israel, expressing
itself in the d:sp3rsion through
organic communities.
Pr Kaplan's philosophy has per-
meated virtual.> every corner of
lewish life 11 i -= vocabulary
"Jewish civilixation Jewish cen-
er." "living In two civilizations."
'unity in diversity." and similar
ihrases are the touchstones of
his thinking
For more than 50 years, he has
taught rabbis and teachers at the
Jewish Theological Seminary in
Now York. He has also taught or
lectured at the Hebrew University
in Jerusalem, Columbia University,
the University of Chicago, and
1 others He holds honorary degrees
from the Hebrew Union College
Jewish Institute of Religion. Drop-
sic College, the College of Jewish
Studies in Chicago, and the Jewish
Theological Seminary.
Among his major works are Ju-
The Greater Miami Rabbinical
Assn. this week issued statement
to the community in which the or-
ganization's aims are set forth.
Signatories of the statement arc
Rabbis Morton Malavsky. presi-
dent; David Shapiro, vice presi-
dent: Solomon Schiff, secretary;
Herbert Baumgard, treasurer; and
Alfred Waxman. executive vice
president. The statement declares:
"We, the newly-elected officers
Of the Rabbinical Assn. ol Creator
Miami, would like to apprise our
people and the communltj with the
aims and intents of our association.
"Of course, the first aim of our
body is to foster fellowship be-
tween all the rabbis of our com-
munity. Our association has witn-
in its fold the rabbis of all the
wings cf Judaism, including Or-
thedox, Cor.servaiive, Liberal and
Reform. Whle we differ in many
theological and ideological con-
cepts, we realiie that ethically
and morally we meet on com-
mon ground.
Whatever approach we may
take toward Judaism, we are unan-
imous in our devotion to our great
religious heritage, which has come
down to us through the centuries.
We feel that through united effort,
we can better serve the Jewish
community at large
"We can point with groat pride
Rabbinical Assn.
Installs Officers
Rabbinical Assn. of Greater Mi-
ami was to hold its installation din-
ner at the Sterling hotel on Thurs-
day starting with cocktails at 6:30
p.m
Officers to be installed are Rab-
bis Morton Malavsky. president;
David Shapiro, vice president; Solo-
mon Schiff. secretary; Herbert
Baumgard. treasurer; and Alfred
Waxman. executive moo president.
to our participation in such impor-
tant uspectw-of our comfriunHy-as
the .Tewu-h Federation and the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education, mclud-
ing >-,!ch institutions and agencies
in our community as ttie Home for
the Aged. Mt. Sina; Hospital.
American Jew ish Committee.
American Jewish Congress, the
B'nai B'rith and others, doing so
as a group collectively and also
within our respective conurega-
tions. However, our interest is not
limited to the Jewish community
alone. Being part oi the larger
community of Miami, we consider
it our duty to participate in the
civic and communal lite of the city
at large
"Frequentij. significant iss les
ari>e where a united front on the
part ot the rabbis is most essenti
\- an example, wo may point I i
the State-and-Church and Religi in
:m the Public Schools issui wh
have arisen from time I
'"Joint meetings are held, with
representation of the Ministerial
Assn. of Greater Miami, and we
work cooperatively with the
Council of Churches of Greater
Miami. An important pnase of
our work is the chaplaincy pro-
gram, and we look forward to
community cooperation on this
vitally important service.
"At most of the monthly meetings
oi our association, we devote a pe-
riod to a lecture We call on schol-
ars from within our ranks, and verj
often we have invited guest lec-
turer;..
"We also serve the larger com-
munity through the medium of tel-
evision, radio and the publicity
channels of the communit> We are
always willing to accept construc-
tive suggestions and even criti-
cism. We want you not to hesitate
to make recommendations to us.
While we cannot guarantee that we
shall accept or implement alfJ
gestions advanced to us, we ca
assure you that we will give iU
our most careful and whoIeJaeart
attention.
We would like to conclude -J
the words of our sages, that hraefl
God and Torah are one and" mdj
visible. So. too, our efforts will j]
ways be directed toward the well
being of our people, the further.
ance of our faith, and the promo
tion of our Torah. tor the blessed
' ness of Israel and .>t mankind.'
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Simon Heard in Talk
George A Simon, president, Mi-
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monthly dinner meeting of the Pan
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The Reconstructionist magazine,
now edited by Rabbi Ira Kisonstoin.
RABBI TIBOR H. STERN
Spiritual Leader of
Be'b Jacob Congregation
Urges his Congregation and
Friends to attend the Recep-
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in honor of the great Jewish
leader, the late
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The affair will commemorate the day
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RABBI J. |. SCHNEERSOHN,
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was released from imprisonment
t>" spreading Torah and Judaism
A special delegation oi Rabbis from New York *
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An enjoyable md i< n son s plan
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GEMS OF WISDOM
\fuii it made, to create, from the
et to the potter. disrai i i

The poet ar,d the artist create h\
tatttre, not because of what they
tqutred b\ learning. ibn EZRA
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We are what we create.
OPPENHEIM
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To lire meant, to create.
M, STEINBERG.
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There it continuous creation out
the new idea;, discovered in the
li rah. ZOHAR.

T!n< implies that man can be-
to"it a co-creatcr with God.
DR. HAI Ml I
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\\ hoevei teaches his son, teaches
... ne his son, hut also his
If. >i -. (.ml so on (o the end i |
. iitions.
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Power of Creative Word
Helped Survival of Jewry
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Both Torah Congregation
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rabbis of blessed memory
tell us that "by the word of
the heavens were created."
Greeks claim that the earth was
created by an "act of God." where-
as our sages believed that the uni-
verse was created by the Word of
God. The word, the seemingly in-
significant idea, the obscure dc.'d.
may have within it the power of
creation and destruction and can
never be lost.
The ethical concept, the moral
teaching, the creative value, may
seem to disappear and become lust
to the world. Yet, in time, the
flourishes, whereby its echo
and the idea are assimilated.
Every thought, or idea, or word is
lever completely lost. In time it
makes its imprint on the sands ,.l
history.
Only recently, a young woman
informed me that an idea preach-
in a sermon 12 years ago changed
her entire outlook and affected her approach toward life, people and
Judaism.
And "ii life and death arc in the power of the tongue." how much
; more creative or destructive can the written word become? It was
the written word that helped make the thought of God universal Be-
fore the medium of writing, the representations of God were stones and
pillars. This was the provincialism of idolatry always fastened and
: limited to a place. But with the Written Decalogue, made portable in
the ark. the word moved irom the local to the universal.
Moreover, the ancient word conveyed the truth not only from place
, to place, but from time to time, generations transferring it to succeed-
, ing generations.
As the coordinator of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn. for this
Rabbinical Page. 1 am cognizant of the important task that lies before
I us. The articles and information should be representative of the high
i caliber of rabbinical scholarship and religious sensitivity of our local
spiritual leaders.
Our objective is to make this printed word inspiring, informative,
provocative and intellectually stimulating as it has been in the past.
I It should also reflect the unique and distinct problems of our own re-
ligious climate in Miami. 1 therefore invite the readers to write to
i me personally with regard to questions concerning our heritage, laws.
! customs; questions pertaining to problems of our own local community;
; and creative and constructive suggestions to enhance the spiritual
sensitivity of Greater Miami Jewry.
The questions will be answered by members of the Rabbinical
iAssn of Greater Miami from week to week. Send your letters to Rabbi flagleb.granada. so nw 51st
: Max \ LiDschitz c o The Jewish Floridian. P.O. Box 2973. Miami 1. Fla. pi. Conservative. Rabbi Gerald
1 The ZZ of the word is indeed great, for without written com- i?: "*' MTSt .....
munication. Judaism could not have survived. It is my smcerest prayer
that the efforts of this committee will help perpetuate Judaism and
Jewish culture in its widest meaning and scope.
BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con-
servative Rabbi Norman Shapiro.
Cantor William W. LiDson.
Saturda: In n.ni I ".hi YMtsvah: .1. 11'-
rey, in of Mr. and .\h~ My(.i
Al.i-.iiu-: Harry, bi.ii of Mrs. Sara
i .. i .- !i. ii-. ii.
BFTH EL MX) SW 17th ave. Orthodox
Rabbi Solomcn Sch.ff
Ki l .1 Sa i urd
!.....i Tin \ I.. I >|
'
BETH E:.'ETH 13250 \W 2nd ave.
Conservative. Cantor Hyman Fein.
BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Pr.-.lne ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi H. lojii Rottman.
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3ETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamche*.
hrida> i mi Saturday v '' > m Sor-
mi.hi i mi ill. Tnuii ..I I'm- Wct'kV
Italdil Abraham W.ms.hn. idi
BETH KODESH. 11551 Qua.I Hoost dr.
Rabbi Harold Richter.
Krlda> :in p.m. Strmon: "Truth's
Triumph." Shi hi da} T a.m.
BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave
Orthodox. Julius Saperc, president.
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BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E Rackovsky
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BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
hiiday 6:30 p.m. Saturday 8:45 ;< m
s.imm.ii: "Portion of thi- Week." Bai
Mltsvah Steven, nn of Mr and Mr
Seymour RoRon; Howard, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph iTahen.
CONGREGATION ET2 CHAIM. 1544
Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabb>
Abraham Strassfeld.
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
8755 SW 16th st.. Miami. Rabbi Sam-
uel April. Cantor Gershon Levin.
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DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Con-
Servative. Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor
Emanuel Mandel.
i-'i Mi;,> 8 :iii p.m. l>iuii'l Medvln will
be guest speaker. Saturda) S a.m.
Strmon: "Portion ot the Week," Can-
tor ESmanuel Mandt I.
Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor
_ Herman Gottlieb.
Krldaj s:i". p.m. Sermon: "Brlnsina
I'p Kather." s'.mn.l;.\ IO:S0 .i m, Bar
Mltivah, KUIott, son "f Mr. ami Mrs.
Bernard Sima.
TEMPLE MENORAH. 820 75th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz Cantor Edward Klein.
Kiim.i> i;.:;u p.m. saturda} B a m. Si i-
ii..m: -rh. Portion of tii. Uw." Bar
Mltsvah: David, .-......i Mr. and Mi-
Samuel Itrauberl : Ki nncth, son "i
Mrs. Shirk > Mllsteln.
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rEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th st. ana
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Sanoii Gombera.
laj l.'i .. in Si rmim \\ .
Ihv I'ath i.f RlKhtiousiK-sv Mai
Mitxvah N* rwood, n "i .\li and
I Mo -,. w
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TF.MPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100
NE 10th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno
, M. Wallach.
i l i mi Sirnhm: "Whi
I
I rEMPLE TIFEHETH JACOB. 951
Flsmingo Wiy. Conservative. Rabbt
Leo Hum.
I i Ids S:15 ii Si mnn: ''The Sin
iilficann .t: a True H> I hi r's l>a>
mea Shabbal hosts: Mr nnd M
Harr> Iteek In honor of ihelr weddliiK
.iinii\.:- v\. Saturda} B a.m. Sei
ii. n: VVe< kly I'oi tlon of the i..i
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TEMPLE ZAMORm. 44 Zamora ave.
Conservative. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz.
i-rlday : p.m. Saturda} x.l". a.m. Sal-
mon: "Worthy Goals." Bar Mltsvah:
Robert, -i'ii ol Mi and Mrs. Hart*}
i Si ant!.
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TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb.
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Can-
tor Albert Glantz.
KYIda) v::ii p.m. Sermon: "Measuring
Success and failure." Ones Shabbal
husi: Sisterhood. Saturday S a.m.
Sermon: "The Rise and Pall of Kor-
ich." Bar Mltsvah: Dwight Boraes,
sun i>r Mr. and Mrs, Gordon Pearce.
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YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu.
hrldaj vi:. p.m. Baa Mltsvah: Mima,
daughter "i Mr. and Mrs. Morris Leb-
i.niK. Saturday 1 a.m. Sermon: "II
i- too Difficult." liar Mltsvah: Oren,
-on of Mr. and Mrs. Munis Leblaai
VOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE
Orthor"")x. Raobi Bherwin
171st .
Stauber.
d:30 p.m. Saturda}
Mltsvah: Leon, son of Mr. and Mm
Bi rnard Rosenblatt.
HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON-
GREGATION. 1150 W. 68th st.. Hia-
leah.
kJihow ifottr Sick Fund
r-
it:.

on
tu mbers of the second All-
I" i laid the foundations for
* 'ewish labor and labor settle-
stheir road was not easy one
rrived in Eretz Israel when
try was under Turkish rule
M eglected and desolate The
' Of this wave of immigra-
t re forced to adjust them-
to a hot climate and an un-
histomed way of life. The many
in the various parts of the
Utry spread mosquitos and
pwni d disease. The workers who
' >tables or miserable Arab
F< Is fell ill with malaria, typhoid,
ry and skin diseases, and
' was no one to care for the
The dangerously ill were
i (I by wagon to the hospi-
M'-day journey through (hi
Wl nd ruinous roads. No wonder
'' n any of the sick died, and the
suffered disillusionment
-pair.
(.Brit Ivrit Olannt)
By RABBI SAMUEL FOX
Who composed the words of the
Grace after meals?
Tradition has it that Moses was
the author of the first blessing,
having expressed it when the Al-
mighty sent down the Manna irom
heaven to feed the Israelites in
the wilderness. Joshua is said to
be the author of the second bless-
ing, which thanks the Almighty for
the land, since it was he that led
the people of Israel into the HOIj
Land.
Davici and Solomon arc said to
:be the aut
ing
Tins rdR< ,s rrcraTet:i m "'
operation with the Spiritual Lfdd-
irs of the Greater Miami Rabbin*
cal Assn.
RABBI "'*>\ A. L1PSCH1TZ
! ordinatof
Contributor:
RABBI SOLi >''|V- HIFP
Gems o] Wisdi m
HOLLYWOOD
Johnson st.
David Shapiro.
Heilbraun.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 26th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrtield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
Union College
To Grant Degrees
By Special Report
NEW YORKJohn D. Rockefel-
ler. 3rd. and Jacob S. Potofsky.
sinai. 1201 president of the Amalgamated
a b b i | .,
TEMPLE
""cantor* Yehudah Clothing Workers of America, will
; be awarded honorary Doctor of
j Humane Letters degrees at the
graduation and ordination service
(of the New York School of Hebrew
| I'nion College-Jewish Institute of
. Religion at Temple Emanu-El here
! on Sunday. June 18.
Howard Mumford Jones. Abbott
Lawrence Lowell Professor of the
Humanities at Harvard University,
chairman of the executive com-
mittee of the Frank L. Weil fasti-
1 tute, and specialist in American
and English literary and cultural
history, will also be awarded the
,-Doctor of Humane Letters degree.
Mimr"11""""'"' w
Uj:UL;auai.iiiii
which speaks of Jerusalem.]

:
Why is the knife removed from the
table before the grace is re-
cited?
iTv'id cVpTured the city and Two reasons are offered for this te^e -*fth
e i ,,,; hiU -he Temple there, practice. First, is the Jewish con
rt VItier, Yavnen a't said to JJeptiqn 'hat the table is Ukc he
I ve comno d the fourth Messing altar of the Almighty. Jus, as the
i, e Sead were allowed burial, altar is a place over which no metal
.Sim the ZS3*t for even shall be raised (since the altar is
' I LmZ to be tragic. an instrument of peace and met.,1
what -seemed to be trag> | ^ instniment of war). s0 is it
ft forbidden to remove the prohibited to have the knife on the
he tablecloth from table when saying the grace since
is at the time of grace it is the cen-
ter of prayer and mest comparable
to the altar.
Others claim that the reason for
this is b$eaus< a strong devotee
ol the Holy Land plunged the knife
in his own heart when he recited
the portion of the | race thai
i the rebuilding ol Jerusalem,
becomes a'ti nee h*grief over the dOtfr
,;;;;;, p Temple as ^strongl
MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th ave. Traditional.
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OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weberman
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SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
st. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
Kridaj t '' p.m, Sermon: Iooh '
; he Put ure." -..: -i "a.- -'.*^ >"
TEMPLE ADATH YESHXJRUN. 2320
NE 17Ht st. Rabbi Mftan Cap'an.
K*rlda> v p m Sal I. rn.
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TEMPLE HETh AK, i950 N. Kendall
dr.. S Miami. Reform RaDbl Herbert
Baumgard. Canter Charles Kodner.
i i '..v k.j3 p m: ;:.-'-i'i "' -
_. wt'h i:. ii. \-- /.;:..
a.m. I'.ar Mltsva'h: T5rnal.H,.~i.rv M M
.nd Mra. 1
HOLLY-
Reform
OF
ave.
Why is
bread or
the table before tr.e grace
recited after the meal?
I the act of pronouncing grace
seeks the blessing of .tie Al-
further. A blessing can-
man who will have
to -tart with.
the doth and
eaves an en
mighty
not come 10 a
nothing of his
loving
the
EL
WOOD. 1351 S. 14
Ratoi Samuf\Jaffe.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM ct Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative
i-'i da p '" f'aturd Bat
Mltsvah Howard, .- n ut Mi
\ g warts
TEMPLE BETH BHOLOM. 4144 Chas
ave. Liberal. Fcabbi Leon Kronish
Cantor David Convlser.
, :" p.m. Pa I daj
Mltsval lo v
\\ Stanley i" 'el Phill]
Mr. VI Mi "i- H U1S.1 -
TEMPLE B'NAI SHO'-OM. leSOC \v\
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabti Harry
L. Lawrence.
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TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 vVa*hino
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi lrvin(
Lthrman. Canter Hirsch Aainr.
Hebrew Teachers
Elect Officers
Electe.i recently at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. B. Peinstein, 8850
Bvron ave.. the following officers
will serve the Hebrew Teachers
Assn. ol Greater Miami for 1961-62:
Ruth Wagner, honorary presi-
dent; Batyah Stadlan. president:
Louis Gadon. and Fay Feinstem.
vic< presidents; Zvi Rosenkranz.
treasurer: .'.nd Miss Yalfa Rosen-
thal, secreti ry.
.
"M
TEMPLE iSRAktt
Reform. Rabb*
Cantor Jacon B-
. -37 ME 19th at
Joseph R. Narot
n.
CANDllllGHTMG TIME
2 Tcnimuz 6:59 p.m.
1
MPLE JL'Cl... 320 Ps^nno ava .....
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Ps?kK3ws?
---- 4 A
-Jcnisffkrrf&r
Fridcy, June 13, \
A
Browsing *h Bocks:_*1 HIURYMINDilN^
frienrf/K Sentiments of Rembrandt Toward the Jews
/ Rembrandt. a- the author ; --. .,
Kv5?ASD^ 1MB -H*S AM T- SlftLE 5- Frawa
c4rai^e'f- Trri.*f '-or- S" = s*
S. G*rw. "*C oo Bw.'.a u'cation Secies a* Anfej. S3SC.
IT HAS OPTEN |
Ear r |
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- nidat arc per .-a;
19*
; rt. ;
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... ? and filteri > lfi4*
and A-r-
Ce#*! Sfwffifwt:
By MIITON FRIEDMAN
State Dep't Justifies Nicolas Eichmann's Visa

Washing! '
rE UN'TED Ber
et i txgate abase (a
:.--..'.-: i ~:
E noann -
He -
g_2 lU.a.ni n-unmigr mt
rhe : r< --
- : -
-. Wasfaiagi thai i -
re je ntthy erv r:-'" m*7"
be *::: the; i can't g* t of a
_,-..--; :.- asaa laaenea
The """i paipose .: the Eichmawti sa ; to
-.--..-._: A Yet
-i res :.-"- ore tors refraia r
prejudicial i ----- km
ncas : n Lgs reiac m;
The State Department -.-
Ovefsggs Wewsiefter: By EUAmU SA1PHW
A Sober Warning
-?m
IS THE BEGINNING
I zy ptian ai ~ its
U level,
- re the
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L-raei's arch-enemy


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that
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-
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t I
-...- tended
.- a.-. I.
rr -- i Iran affairs doaeJy
Thi aart the i threal -ore dis-
t assd bmr
apparei i Steal tesaoa *e;i He
apparent!) fedi thai Israel MS haa a asaBtaCve
iupenerny over BM forces and toe< not want to nsk
aneajher Jefeat Aba, Nasser has learneda; thi
Suez ftrfi shown.rt is iaapaaaahai today to
:;- | ea] -a.- .r. aacl a st.-atefic area aa the Mid-
Baat *."". '".e danger of iarge powers inter-
en"
-
-
-
i
hen the SI
;al to send an ofl
ithembas
kt -. rresp"
State Deparmeni i
e. Yet the :
Btrasl d ith tt irtmenl attn i I
. rnng the receni in fias
" *\ --.-- ?a -.- ---- -ath<
[the i holder acts ?ansi
e put iterest
nmigra tfficers montl ag oe-
for adh
. irtj Mi alien -' lem
House I n-Amen-
.- 5ar Frai
us .: ibans er ag the
UnerieaD te a the ibat invasion lisaster Earlier in
- mbers
- .-.:
-- :
nalisti -.
its for N gists
- that th ime L'.S nsular office in Bu< -
\at approved the E -.....arm
>a to a Jewish rt \ai
irs ago. i an as asked
rate her raci ind tion.
;h( rsell
. nsular Of I ...
You'n
5. cons
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States
... ...
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-.
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juestioned
ay Ami
Call-
.........
nee But
5 \i ny Intelligence gi
-
Serbs I s on their s
Between Yov and Me:
Rembrandt, a- the author potr.t*
m paintings. "Portrait of a ad "BaJ
Not eob by ;ty!e< of dress and -a.-ddrf
aguish the group;. but ~,
mouth Bonus --- ~-ph,rdi Ph,J
appears dignified and restrained ,'ln-
.. a.-.d mien, while the Ashkenaz:. ;0 ;. h(a^
.-- ha- a face of suffering; r.- ... CC[)(rJ
to the full, measured glance of Bor.u> arc twisted S
* and -u-pif
au'hor. formerly profe-*or : -. raisl -\ 0f art
;. of Breiau and cura-...- of the lm&
.-... in Berlin, is at present a member of taeftcaM
.- Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati He aii a ^
issing art in very human terms and an .ntuition
thi piquant historical note in i nating tbc back-
: -he paintin2> Rembrandt : says was the
First artist courageous enough to -hew Je^
and on to speculate fr writer
mbrandt had probably gleaned thi
There are 66 illustrations of painting? etchings rf
ngs and the text, which would be cj iit-.- enough,
cularl) for the anarysea of the manj "id Testaneg
-c.r ch Rembrandt executed, is beautifully pnntei
: pe is not crass to mention :- remarkable price.
real!] <= pittance for a book of such inti extenaj
lehghl
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Battle for Freedom
PHE CHAPLAIN : Vale I'ruver-
' sily. who wa> arrested along
t-itth the Freedom h.cer? ;n Mis-
i--5ippi% is marruc '.( the daughter
if the famous Jewish pianu-t.
Vrtur Ruber.>te;- The- itory of
his preacher remind* of a
Jewish preacher w*M did a little
oa'tline for freed hack in 1861.
R.-co: Da\.d Einhorn. of Baltimore
pro-slavery forces ware strong in Maryland,
... there that the abolition^!. Garrison, firsl
tasti Ir. 1861. the anti-lrucr ar.ti-Uncoln
timent there reached fever beat Mob- even
ittack I'r.ion soldiers. David Einhorn how-
- pulpit to attack slavery. He was
. rn< n pe; tedly, but he did not
'. -he churches and -; flew
Members :iim
m got 1 flag. too.
be -:roved otli But Da-
Einhorn kould not permil
- nercei n was told
as in I
-
. respect. I
ha doaei
- -
ne v. ':
Id nol
5 forn r! lecl !l1
... AOUN
rot be able 1 shield bin "f -^pr" :"
. ... 5 more
Rabbi
:'l':ir;;
t bat he ke< n iU
- r> linl 10
li rei He let: F. in8 tmi
finally to New Y .
Hirsch wrote of Einl i >^1 nc "'
lers of abohtioi along *"
larrison ai eotSr
them in Americai r>' l'x' pn,l
he preached in G<
-':> .: American Jews of thai
....
The great
of Ger-
i, re
BORIS SMOLAR
U.S. Anti-Semites Aim at Genocide Convention
THE ANTI-SEMITIC
- ted State- are as
,
- anti-Jewish rr pheir
- are co i an all-out
campaign to counteract the grim im-
- r* ision that -he ti ai the Jeru-
falem trial ha* made or. Americans
They are a!-o intensifying their cam--
paign against the ratification b\ the rs <:,.,,., T"
Genocide Couvennon which outlaws m h w
of people as a< carried oui by the Nazis
They have even formed an Adolph ElChmaM Tr,.-,.
Fact, Committee- which give, u. MflreM ^ p
Si*.;? lfBirniinshaT- A'a **. Mtive in the -ohm,
* Tht-darbolt^ claims ^-;VlTt J 55
nothing" in '.nltlf oi
Eichmai
itic
hudc
trial in Jerusalem; I
es a "plot" t" set
. Genocide Convent! hwbW
Some of the anti-Semitic leade; IS \
M
c 1. K Smith, go even as far as ...- -,heCC
organ.
1M
antial nn*1
tha' Eichm*"" *
that Eichmann is Jewish. Sn
N< Litter, says that "there is a
"t people oi intelligence who believe
'< w and is hems used in one of the most trauau
da campaigns known to history (he ne'
The National Renaissance Bulletin. or-an ,hf hat'
Nazi James A Madole. advises readers to >,u rd ,0 ll
craied statements" by Jewish leaders w.th/_ 0{ t
I l hmann trial and the necessity for ratlt' Eichma
G ni^cide Convention. Rockwell's slogar. on t dlD
trial ii We Like Eieh His few followers ar r^
with placards carrying this slogan wherever
opportunity to do so.


rridcry. June 16, 1961
JmM ftrrirtfir
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD'CAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 5^=4
I s Ki:: PETITION OF
|; HARD WI.NT N ; AS T MANX
I the \'''
I i.l/AI'.KI I ANNA ANDKIlSuN, ,
. Inor.
NOTICE OF ADOPTION
PROCEEDINGS
I- .,. JOHN 'Win VNDER.t< ,\
, ,, I:. I. h- Co : .my
S|>HI I Poinl ; in
Hultlm re, M
\ an lerebj n 'tilled that the
ii.i I il RICHARD
ft \Ti>N UA8TMANN, has riled .,
lion in the i b -: i UmI court fi it
i li>)>tli n if the it i 111 Id ii..mi.- .
.in and you a equli ed to show
vvl ) the i kIio ild not bi
, .1 : .. Ber> Ing i cop) "i ... i
iii-n di !.-..-. r an>. upon SH EV-
;c n H MAN >. i i"/c "
for Petitioner RICHARD
\TON iA-STMANN 348 b'eybold
Ing, Miami 32, Floridu, and bj
,s lb- -\ni'< t tl v-"i m Itta is.
ik "i said Court..... --I before Junt
I--,], i therwiM del <> may l>.
,-. ,p| loll
WITNESS my h.n: au,i the seal "'
c.urt at Miami, Florida, this-
da> of May, 1911
,: B i -:athi-;rm.\n. Clerk.
i aii '" .rt. Da.de County, Florida
|| : HELEN KKSSI.KR
Deputy CuM U
8/2-9-ll-S:
notice by publication
,n the circuit court of the
Eleventh judicial circuit of
florida in and for dade
county. in chancery
No. 61C 5544
\\\l'.S> DiSTfeFAX' I,
Plaint
HVI.ISS VNN DISTEPANO,
I, i. n -:t.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
n I'UVl.^SASN D1BTEFANC
\I: nlewouri Avenue
i ;|,,u ter, Massachusetts
PHYLIRS VNN DISTEPANO
Ueivbj no title t that a Bill ot
i.i ii; r Divorce ha* been fileil
i you, am) you are required to
- ........i .. -if your Answer or Plead-
nj ... (he BUI of Complaint on the
llfl Vtton ,-. STl H.AR AM I
'' iinii'K ISO 71st Btreet, Miami
i Fin., and file th.....Iglnal
,i i.] Pleading In the office ol
i i th,- C i i '""ii "ii oi
|.. ih< -'th da) "l June. 1961. It
judgment b) d< fault
v. hi '. n against you for tii<- re-
i pntni led In the Bill of Com-
i
- rmtl aha : be published ono
tor (our '.-. ii;i\. eeks
i i III: JEWISH ['UIRIDIAX.
i i.VK \ND ORDERED at Mian i
da, th 2Stn da) of May, A l>
DAYCHU
Page 15-A
BY HENRY LEONARD
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Cop/. 1961, OavAtf Production*
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th
i,-i signed, dealt in-' to .
bun n- km under the fi. tit
il why wash N w 27
Ave., Miami, PI i ....-: .
said a., in, with the CJ< fit ol
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LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
V
V. R l GATHERMAN, Clerk,
ill t. Dade 'ounty, Florida
\ HELEN KKSSI.KIt
Deputy Clerk
6 2-8-16-23
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIOA. IN PROBATE,
No 52o27-A
iv RE Estate <>f
JOSEPH RA.NDAZZo
! .... ,, -. ,1.
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIOA:
i" M.I. I ERSONS INTERESTED IX
THE ESTATE OP SAID DECEDENT
\ are hereb) notified that a writ-
itrut -nt purporting to be the
!' a ill and testament >>t said dece-
i- been admitted t-> probate In
i on, you ii h--i eby com-
i w itiiin six calendar montha
u d of ihe 'Irst puhllcit.....
notice t" appear in said Court
.. cause, ii an) you can, wnj
' "lion -,f Said !' rt In admP.ting
"ill to i>robato should not stand
U. P. lll.AN PON,
Count) Judge
I LOIH r PAST! IRFIELD,
Seal I Clerk
v ll Ws A ORUNI WERG
.i irundw i
i Es i i-
iii. VXDAZZJ, :'...,-!
Build in4
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' publlcati hi of ibis notU e on
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVKN that
th.- undersigned, desiring t> engage in
business under th.- fictitious name of
IVANHOE RESIDENTIAL DINNER
SERVICE at l1":*" N W, 23rd St.. Mi-
ni i. Florida Intends to register said
ii- with the Clerk uf th* Circuit
1' i : of 11 ide i 'ount). Florida
OOURMET MASTERS, INC.
B) Herschel C [ PACNCE, KINK & PORMAN
attorneys for Oo'irmel tfasters, Inc.
1502 Congress Bldg
m ami :;.'. riorida
8 2-9-16-JS
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
Na. 52797-A
IN RE I'M it- of
I.oris SEIDERMAN
To All Creditors ind All Persons Hav-
" PI lints or i inds Vgalnst .-'a -i
Estate:
an I each "f you, are hei eb)
notified and required to present any
claims ind demands which you, "r
either of >"ii. ma> have against the
state "f LOl'IS SEIDERMAN ceased late of Dade County, Florida
to the Honorable Count) Judge* of
Bade County, and fi'e the same in
their offices In the County Courthouse
In Dade Count) Plorlda, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
i'-' publication hereof. Said claims
or -'emands to contain the legal ad-
dresi of the claimant and to he sworr
to and presented aa aforesaid, or
same will be barred
Hated Max IK. A.D 1P61.
MARX M PABER
A- Executor of the Last Will and
Testament of LOL'IS SEIDERMAN
I leceased.
PABER st MATERS, Attorneyf
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS' HEKEltY GIVEN that
; he undersigned, desiring to engage In
business 'in-ler the fictitious name of
THE PRENCH BAG SHOP at 1111
Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Plorlda,
intend- to register said name with th--
i the i llrcult Court >>; i idt
l- lorida.
l.i)' NOVICK
875 W. 46th Street
Miami Beach, Plorlda
MARK S'lLVERSTBIN
Attorne) for Applli ant
tL'n Lincoln Road
Miami i:.aih. Plorlda
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTH'E is HEREBY CIVEN
thf under -lined | ins to i
i, PIONEER WMlt r EN rERP -
u 1 ISd : itti h Street. JB 'J H b >r I
land. Plorlda fbtentl* Wfearlster -
name with th- Clerk ol the Sircult
Court of Dade County. Florida.
M" 'S \ m fjoB
By: M [4Qippprman,E^asldent
HARItY Zl.-KEjtXl.-.K*
Attornev for I > ner
120 Lincoln Road
Miami Bench, Plorlda
5/26, I --^-16
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to enj.fp in
business un-ler the fictitious namet il
if PARK'S RGPRIOERATION & AIR
CONDITIONING SERVICE I'M'-Ks
AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE;
PARK'S AIR CONDITIONING '' MO
N.W. 25th Street. City of Miami in-
tendg to register said names with 'he
Clerk of th- Circuit Court of Dade
i 'ounty, Florida
CHARLES O. PARKS
GEORGE, AMES & RITTER
Attorneys for Charles Parks
1150 S'.W 1st St.. Miami
5/26, 6/2-9-18
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6/9-16-2:1-31
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
A-l MEDICAL Sl'PPLY at 2261 .-'W
:;7th Avenue, Miami, Florida, intends
to register Bald name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Plorlda
JERRY l.l AVITT
6/9-16-23-30
r, 2-9-16-23
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No. 5?J23-C
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
t'ri Itor* VIM Vrsons
ll.ii-
.i i i ci i Against s., id
ii berel i and r<
mt aii) i i and demands
>o:i a \ ive inaiust the es -
V LEX AN UBR ;-::.>i N d<
Hi oi Dad< louj lorld i, '
' '"lint) Jii I 'a'le 'oiinti.
' il* the name In t > ol flees In the
. < 'ourthu iade "ount v,
In, Ithin elgh i mlai months
the date of the f -' publication
' "i the same I i be barred,
Norman blsi m
x-1 Executor
HIS. ROBINSON A
KISKEL, E8QH
ne) s
l-'ed. ral Building
i 82, Florida
g ;i-l 6-23-30
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
NO. 51937-C
IN RE: Estate !
CORNELIUS \ VNDERWENDE
tveeased.
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
to M I PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE EST VTE I >F SAID DECEDENT
\ | ,.. itifled that a rit-
-,. instrument '' ""'
last will an i te-tament ol sul i rt......
lent h is In -n i......It" probate in
..,, i irl v ire 1 ereb) com-
ian.li d with I "' '''" '
,.... publli
of th itoi -1'.....'!'''
m i .how i iusi II in) "i an, wnj
U ,I: f | In admlti ni
., ... not stand
onr-i ......
tjEi 'RGB '. CLA RE,
County Juds
B) LOIS F PAST RPI ELD,
K'JS ": .
..... -. MAN
...
n i( ce on
' ,/j t.16-23
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
CIUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 5637
LINDA LEE KL'RDVLO,
Plaintiff,
vs.
PRANK 1. KURDTL,
iH-fe-ndant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To PRANK L. KIRDTLO
Patrol Squadron .",6
Naval Air Station
.Norfolk. Virginia
vol ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Complaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and yon are to serve a
cop) of your Answer or Pleading to
the Complain I on the Plaintiff's At-
torney, Ft. ROBERT KOLTNOW, '-'
W'.'St Plagler Street, Miami. Florida,
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing In the Office of the Clerk ol the
Cln III! Court on or before th.- 3rd
d.i\ of July, 1961. If von fall to do
so. Judgment by Kefault will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Complaint,
DATED at Miami, Dade County.
Florida, thi> 31st day of May, 1961.
K. B. LEATHERMAN
, 'lei of Circuit Courl
I 'a I- i" iunty, Plorlda
,..,], B) K H. I.AN WAY,
I leput) Clerk
11 in'-.CUT KOLTNOW
Attorne) for PI
-._, w i Flu er Street
6 2-9-16-23
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIOA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. INCHANCER1.
No 6IC 541,
BARBARA DAN NER.
Plaintiff,
\s
FRED THOMAS DANNER,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO FRED THOMAS DANNER
1206 Mary] d w
st. Louis, Missouri
Vou FRED THOMAS DANNER ,
not! I that a l-.'il of Con
iiiaint for Di ..... h i. ieei
against you, and > '" ire required to
pierve i cop) of your Answer *' Plead-]
ng to the Bll ol Complaint "ti the
plaintiffs Attorney, ANOELO A. ALL
100 Ainsle) Bui din-- Miami 32,
Ida, and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Co irt on or before the
26th -lay of Jun 1961, if you fail to
do so. Judgment >'> default "ill be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the BUI "' Complainl
This notice .-hail he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in TDK JEWISH r'l.'>lll 1.1 AN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 23rd day ..- Ma) A.D
1961.
K. B. LEATHERMAN, clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, '"' tido
(seal) B) :\i CAVALARIS,
I fepu J Clerk
VNOELO A ,\l.l
ti.'O Ainsle) Build i I
Miami 32, Plorl la
Attorney for Plaintiff
- 6, 6 2-9 16
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, desiring ., enguge in
business under the fictitious numi ,f
AAON CONSTRUCTION at 1207 N W.
I"th Ave., Miami, Florida intends to
register .-aid name th 'Hj Clerk of
tho Circuit Court Of Dade County,
Florida.
SAUL MANDELL
Sole Owner
Ii 26, ';,':-3-i6
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 52368-C
IN RE: Estate ol
NATHAN N TRAL'MAN
I),,.a ed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Saul
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present 'tis claims and de-
mands which you ma) hav- against
the estate of NATHAN N. TRAUMAN
deceased late of Dade County. Plor-
lda, to the Count.. Judges of Dade
County, and file th. same in their
offices in the Count) Courthouse
Dade County, PI rlda, within ei^ht
calendar months from the date of the.
first publication hereof, >r the same
will be barred.
FRANCES F TRAUMAN,
Execi \
Ii 'SKIMI A VON ARX
Attorne)
502 Blscai ne H ill ling
Mia mi, Ploi -I i
28 6/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
iicf is HEREBY c,i\ EN th it
mderslgned, di i engage in
ess under thi '- name "
'MAN'S .1 E '..' I" '. Il ^ A N 1
c|| itKI'AIlt it I460A VVafhlng-
Vven MIn Beach. I
i lo reglsl ul''; tn"
of Die cir. ill C iuri '' iaw
iy, Florida.
V \TD W Pltl'''iMAN
'W *.....-:i v N'
I. KWITNCV
IN THE COUNTV JL'OGE'S COURT
IN AND FCR'OAOE COUNTY,
FLORID* IN PROBATE
No. 52825-9
IN RE Estate >f
II V.it AN LI Kit-:.
'"'nOt'iCE TO CREDITORS
i-o \\\ credit irs and All Persons Ha%-
',,-:, m8 or Demand* Against Bald
KVoV nre hereby notified and r.....ilr-
..,, ... present an) claims and demands
Whlchvou may hav- agalnrt ih. -
, of'HTMAN Ll'RIK, deceased late
f uade Count) F i Ida, to the Coun-
Judge* of -a ounty, ind file
, 'X. their offices la rteCoun-
thousi In Dade t oui.ti. Plot
Ida,
NOT'CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN I
., .,... .._ .., j >n ii-
in business 'hi fictitious i
of COLONIAL HOMES at 21 -
K. .,. \ mi stead, Florida.
. imer raid n u with
,. ill Coui if Dadi
''""i"1 Florida
RICHMl IND '' >RP" RA I N,
i > nei
.1 DAVID HERMAN
Att......\ foi Vppli ml
.". s Kiou e Ave Homi -' id, Fla
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GM EN th it
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictltloui name oi
M VRDINU HOTEL at 210 63rd 81
Miami Beach intends to register said
name With the Clerk of th- Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida
CBLEST CORPORATION
a Fla Corp
NORMAN Ki'l'T
Atioi ne) for Applicant
ISO Lincoln Rd. | ,,,,....
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIOA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCE"'*'.
No. 6'C 547-
JOSEPH BENEDICT,
Plaintiff,
v.-
THERESA BBNEDli
I i.ien lant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: THERES \ BENEi >ICT
47 |.- -: Htref
New Brunswick, New Jersey
You THERESA BENEDH
hereby notified that H
plaint i Divorce has been filed
against v and you are re
to bi : \- ipj >' your Anew -r ot
.. Bill i| Con il lint >n
11,,. piaii fi i ; Iman,
Cold .-... .v
I, .. stree' M lorida
\ : gin
the offlc of the C :''
Court T.
ne. 1961
mi m bv ili ,.-i:-
tided In the
[Sill u' I'n
Thi- notl iha'l be | I once
i
In THE xX
DONE AND
j Plo Ida, this 24 if x' A.D
i;. B. L x LMAN, Cli
lit 'o-,-t 1 >a le i' iunt) Flo I I
seal) Bj HELEN KESSfLER
i >eput) i'
Goldman, (; ddsteii i< Pa
2303 West F ig er 31
Mi imi :C>. Florida
\tt irneys for pialntl t
" 2 v i 8 ~ -' I '
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 52730-B
IN RE: !:-: ite ol
l \ci< MILLER
I let-eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persong Hav-
ing claim.-. ..r Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified an,I requir-
ed t" present an) claims and demamie
which you may have igainst the es-
tate of J vck MILLER i -ceased lain
of Dade County, Florida, to the Coun-
:> Judges -u Dade County, and file
the sim. in thei: offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade Count., Flor-
ida, within eight calendar months
from the date ol the first publication
hereof, or the >am- will be barred.
SAMl'EL BLANK
GERALD SHELDON MILLER
LOL'IS HEIMA N
As Exec itors of the Es ate of
.lark Miii.r. Deceased
MYERS, HEIMAN .< KAPLAN
By: LouIh Helman
Attoi nej for Exe, :t.,-.
Eleven Fifty Bulldli
U.iO S.W. 1st s- Miami, Pla
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8/2-9-16
NOTICE UNOER
FCTlTIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERPITt GIVEN I
the n- I '
tiuslnel ...
''\i..f\V IVN -'
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 52538-A
IN RE: Estate f
BELLE RIFF
Decsi
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Ci editor.- and All Per- I
in:; i 'lam,- or I 'emai i- \ Sa :
Estati
you are hi rebj I tlfl r I '"-
-d to pri -- n: in> i ilm I inda
which you m.i> ha
tate of BELLE R FF d i i late
of i >.i'\'- c...... :' 'oun-
t) JudKes f D
the satn- In the [Un-
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NOTICE L'NDER
FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY l\ -s: tl U
the un di % -' ,n
businesv under the rictll n in
l-i \vm \ti:s it Da le
. register said nai rl<
,-f the Circuit Cow i if D ide C iunty,
H"'i'l:' STAN BLOOM
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Friday. June 16,
Two
At Vienna
By MAX LERNER
The first Elinaiirtjr TTrnr'- -.-. sun

trembler.-
- rnnc Tfce -our.* AmeRcac President ..- emerged It a a s first i icai-
bv-confrontat-or: great*- strei
lage i? t.~.e .e_ :-"
t who sax that nothing .. fed by I
l -'left -x,--: a ---- -" > r^": '
But -- "- -""-: -

b' -coofrootatior. frt
public image a.- d crati*
Those
- at saury
;uS:a:::ve positions -
A yours;. Pre-.it"". c ru i "
-
tiirc'.
Kennedv tfa the norm -. > ?r
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/VK Studying
Court Support
Of Nazi's Ban
SEW YORK-rJTA -The
New Vert ed by the Stat< -
a m refusal to
r t for a public rally
I Rod
v.- ricau Van
reviewing
....--.- .. k letermuv
appeal the e
States Supreme C i rt
The State
wld Rock
- I such a meei -
York City by a ui
The tribunal affirn
a ruling
handed s : F rar> thi
- ...- in y-
:;. Suprt.-. ." an -
rj Epsti
Rcxkrwe'1 bad aoaealed for
o*-~rl te be i a raltf in Union
Squire ongina"v OU Jjly *. 19W.
Paries Ccr- 'SSiOf-*- New:::
Moms o>ned the sermit. ar-d
Mayor Robe<- F. Wa;ner called
R ::Vwe a *a *-v Hitler
bo 4 -g th3? h s prea:hmnt of
religious a-d racial hatred would
incite to riot ani violence
N York Z:vi Uber! -
half fcr a c r Iei -
. -. :> M rris and v.
Alt I laru 1 -. fU's
lu the -LL' in-
- >te thai the ienial .: s permit
nstituti -. guan
th which in
appeals I all nc matter bx
DOS SOB Of D
Justice Er-
gpheid '.-- permit ienial jrdered
b> tne eitj "{facials
While ne ther Mayor Wagner nor
Coaajamaoner Marrit would com-
eM here on the Court of Appeals
deeisi ration Counsel L<-
Larkin said he *ou:i reviev. Ike
C3e be: re ie:errnir.x| a aether
to appeal te the C. 5 Supreme
an
At Rockwell's headquarters in
Arlington. Va an associate of the
WHAT HAPPENED --
<.eda rather leaks -
c afereace : the press seer tai Yei >rd
sets around in both camps about 4 said ha.: asi S n -
- Tve .- ... .-- chen re see la: -_
L+oi an; -.isetrcr -.. -: -- Ucn :' '- r-::'
b.ed b% the., in the tr a -
La issue, as prickly as ever, may not be tested for a while rae s
: >.r.z about :rr talks as the failure to get a *s
:. ?t-bar. and disarrnamt.-.".
Yet the fact remain thou: both toes that tt
and they emerged neither as :.^^.^^:r^ ? conq ered I ere an
interesting d::':'erer.. ren their moods at the end of
It vac Khrushchei who let it be known i a real begma.....
been made: it was Pres.ier.t Kennedy rr seemed t remain skeptical
and even a bit grim
One can unierstir; rhai und each : these stances Fv:
hjps Khrushchev is uBptyiag that since things .-.aw recently
well for the Corrmur..^ :he> ^r nfthrd to hi feual m a ortd that ^
eoui* their way The Presidetn in turn is saying that some recent events
may have misfired, but that in the difficult Struggle (* -r.i .ea;er
ship ahead he has only just begun M fight
Besnies. the Russians prefer to talk BOfUj BOW. exactly because the)
have beer, pushing the po.-.tical -ar r.ard in their actual deeds Kr.-r
chev needs to reassure his people about peace, rather than spur thetf
support for his stem measures a support whicn. as a r.e
doesn't need as a democratic leader needs it. The Rossiaa eoUectire
effort depends on discipline from above, not urgency from hate* In
the more loosely organized democracies a gi deal depeaufa M the
t-utness and resolve of the people The Kussaana ling awact a.-.; low-
largely to relax and destroy the eoUecthre will which is so hard for a Sta leader. Dar. Burros,
democracv to build up S;k-;.1 -a.-ely apply : r
g> tl: '> ^ per:-.: talk in Sou York as
PRESIDENT KENNEDY'S task :s harder He rrus: tighten the soon as he IS through with his
r solve of his aura people ar.i : the Grand .Ai-iar.ee by keeping them ubles in New Or.ear..- Rock-
aware of the rtangrn ret he must rrey a ser.se of conftdeiire at ..... and 11 .: his storm troopers'"
al v-.c'ory Pushmg h.s own propaganda line Ehirushchei seems to .ere arrested in Sen Or.ear.- two
have rarrited Kennedy to that Russiaa trip rhieh Chenhnuir was to recks age rhile pickeuag a theatre
have made until the aelo.^me r..:t -a.- rul.e; it :t:t. under Bun Presi -nrre the Bio Exodus*' as being
dent Kennedy's line is not to close ar.y I rs a the possihUit) : a risai shown Thej rere carrying signs
tc Russia, hut to deJaj as he can set the quant) -: Khrushr deriding Xegr es Thej
chevs deeds rather than hu -.- I to be tried m Sew
1 startr^ :-.s : the Brst Keaned] reans earl> this *eek _____
Knru?- nriling I ad and say -..-_ :re: ________________
another, either ._:-. this rear r eartj r>e\: year Whether .: a re- I
lea in VI E r things
very wefl :>r eerj bi 1 ; between -~ -r :er:er^ If 1 > -
rery wcU. the PresideJ K t -. --.
v-itatioa howerer ::..-.- i If they go ret -
_> be I to ask for
uamir.i >a an impel saster
WHICH O' THESE
anunhrhn pushes his t ru vhich
free :: -::::' the third :> -
Tr.e nub of the woe struggle
tt: a" wars take tl
- Tsuar aaovea Ecaadoe ar Bra: .
evaa Mexico Saaec the Russians ha ar
wars, through I
- ear dntiitna -- >*>
reeri mr _^
The h^ Keaaed]
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"eJewislli Floiridiarci
II will be a two-fold trip for Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mitlleman
n they leave then- borne at 5654 Grana a Cor Gables, for a
i r of Europe After a stop in Pan-, they'll take -on Robert
! hen to Jerusalem where he will enroll in Hebrew Universitj
I'hen they'll continue their journey, visiting Greece, Italj and
5 tzerland, before returning home ..
.lust returned from a two-month vacation in Europe are the
1 Rvid M. Woolins. of Palm Island ["hey have more to talk
a cut than what they saw. what they bought and what they ate
At Beau Lieu Sur Mer on the French Riviera, they visited at
it home of daughter. Mrs. Betti Bcrney She's a prominent
nter there, and recently participated in a "50 American Artists"
,it co-sponsored by John Cabot Lodge am! Princess Grace
. r Woolin son. Martin, head of huge South Miami Heights
rban community, has his plans all set lor a visit with his sis-
i, Betti, in the fall .
Samuel Frummer. vice president, of Lion of Troy Shirt Co.,
vacationing at Eden Roc, played host to daugntcr Shirley who
in for a long weekend Most ot their talk centered on plans
Shirley's marriage in September to Gene Secunda, son of the
us composer. Sholem Secunda .
-.mold and Florence Rubin are on a buying trip in New Yorfc
He's buying for the business and she's buying for Florence .
nwhile, waiting back at 4567 Jeflerson av< i re Jill, 13, Deb-
bi< 11 who received two gold charms to commemorate her
,,. on from sixth grade. Betty .lean. 9. and Nancy. 5
Miami. Florida, Friday, June 16, 1961
Section b
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l>ur Town filled with the sound of collegians their past ac-
coi ,li.shmenls. activities tor the summer and luture plans .
r Sater, son of Mrs. Pauline Sater and the late Nathan Satcr,
i. completed his sophomore year at Western Kentucky College,
where be is president of the Spanish Club Was known as
"Swish" at Beach High for his dexterity in basketball not too long
ago Leaves in a tew weeks for Camp Ocala, where he has
spent most of his summers, iirst as a camper and more recently
at a counselor .
David Popick home from his third year at the University of
Fici ida. where he is majoring in science and math Barely got
inside the door when he heard not so much about sister Rikki -
uation from Beach High, but that she and partner Tom Kapp
won a prize as "Best Dancing Couple" on Dance Date. ch. 7. a
few Saturdays ago Grace in Cha Cha, Calypso and the Slop l?l
is hat did it Parents are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Popick. of N. Bay
Kikki entering Dade County Junior College in the fall .
Son of the Ben Zion Cinsburgs. Edwin, brought home from
Gainesville not only a BSBA "with honors," but membership in the
honorary Phi Kappa Phi and a three-year scholarship to the college
I of law at the university there ... He also belongs to Beta Gamma
Sigma, national honorary, and Pi Lambda Phi
A summa cum laude came with Bernard Moskowitz' degree
from Southern College of Pharmacy of Mercer University in Atlan-
ta Ca. His wife, the former Edith Sussman, of Rochester. N.Y.,
hit parents Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Moskowitz. and brother Bruce.
13, Coral Gables, mighty proud Entire family now heading for
their summer home on Ridge rd.. in West Rochester.
s- '
Collegian of a few years back. Harvard College ', to 1be
exact, is Dr. Leon Manheimer Entire family, Including wife
Sylvia and daughters Joan. 14. and Sandy. 111 guests this week
ol the college in unique reunion for alums of 25 years .jngnj
will be a motorcycle escort to Symphony Hall for dinner and
Boston Pops concert ... In addition, there will be tea dances.
r dances, and supper .lances, with Joan and Sandy_ equallS
, u rtained, but with their peers At the endI of jhe week,
thi danheimen will motor to Sylvias home town, Bitterford,Me.
I amily visit Then a tour of New England and the .White
I I Bins ending in a drive to New York C ity. where the gnjs W1H
board a train for summer camp, and Sylvia and Leon w .11 be com
i S on their own lor a wonderful Gotham Town vacation .
V-o enjoying a class reunion this week is Dr. Max Pepper
* in Philadelphia for the 30th ,c te,.il.cr i Jis Jefforson
I ... College class Coincidentally .1 Is the 30 h edd.g
. rsarj ior the Peppers, who will also attendI the Amman
.. Assn. convention in New York City on the 2i rd. Were,
1 be joined by son-,n-law and daughter M'l|;'"'',,.
i ling lies a senior dental Student a J^** "
, They-ii return here together. **>n*
.. will spend the summer with his father in Coral Gables.
celebration Daughter lovely P hyH s. graa
1 mi Beach Senior High Son I ;< J" Ji ^
' I niversity of Miami law schoo An. r
* tinberg, happy parents, celebrate their -3rd
'..s, graduated from University fl^Jffij^jZ.
I- his mother. Mrs. Walter (Molly) Jacobs.j V _Jeflfer pjke
i brothers Eric and Peter at then Lak a. u ^]y
N.H Plans to enter Dartmouth U this lan ior
in banking and finance .
-
Diarama of the Hadassah-Hebrew University
Medical Center at the Exhibition Hall of the
Fontainebleau hotel, where the General Fed-
eration of Women's Clubs held its recent con-
vention. Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais, on the na-
tional service committee oi Hadassah, dis-
cussed Moving Day ior Hadassah, which
rncrked the official opening of the S25 million
Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Centei
at Kiryat Hadassah (Hadassah Town) on the
western outskirts ol Jerusalem, Israel. Local
Fndaspah women assisting were Mesdame
Nat Barth, Harold Melnick, Jack Davis, Ben
Ziegmund, Leonard Wolpe. Irwin Liss, Bar-
nett Beckerman, Hadassah Fassler, Robert
Perlman, Lillian Goodman. Henry Wernick.
Sec'y. of Labor's Wife Abstract Artist;
Couple's Daughter Mrs. David Cramer
through
,
Another who wi make ^jgffJS^jS-
hit sister, Mrs. Nathan Glover, M bug"' ^ returnlng from
tor of the Brooklyn Philharmon.a ^ vj()|ini>1. ap-
V-Xico City, where he and Ru8| orchestra ol the Univer-
I ar M 2dtor riMJ***S a. M. *"
i v Autonomico ltu> ut
II Wisohn Stadium early in July.
By Spcial Report
WASHINGTONMrs Arthur J.
Goldberg, wife of the Secretary of
Labor, is an abstract artist.
She also operates, along with
three other artists, an art gallery
in Washington. She has had five
one-man showings in Washington,
New York and Chicago.
Mrs. Goldberg describes her art
as an attempt to fuse painting and
writing. In her paintings, she of-
ten blends words, or fragments of
words, or newspaper clippings with
abstract forma and colors.
Mrs. Goldberg was born in St.
Louis, the daughter of Russian im-
migrants. Her maiden name is
Dorothy Kurgens. She was brought
up in Chicago, where she attended
elementary and secondary schools.
in order to earn enough money
for college, she worked in Detroit
for the oow-defunct Liberty Maga-
,, as B secretary and researcher.
i ater she attended Ihe Chicago
branch ol Northwestern Univer-
sity, where she look night courses
in journalism.
Mter her marriage, in July. 1931,
Mr Goldberg continued her edu-
cation receiving a degree in art
education from the University ot
Chicago. She also attended the
Cnjcago Art Institute and the
s, ool oi Social Service Adminis-
tration at the L'nivcrsit) ol Chicago.
B [ore her firsl child was bom.
Mrs Goldberg did volunteer art
jeaching to children at Hull House,
internationally renowned < nicago
settlement house, and later, tor a
period, was a case worker
vh steelworker families in South
tlSmcethen. -he has devoted her
time to raising her family andI to
her work as an artist. l*e Gold-
bergs have two children. Robert.
, a student at Amherst college
and Mrs David A. Cramer, a social
worker, whose husband is a physi-
cian interning at the Boston City
"3? ''Barbara Leah Goldberg,
their" daughter, was married Sun-
day, June 11. to Dr. DavidI Alan
Cramer at the Temple Kehllath
M.she Mayriv m Chicago, 111. Dr.
Cramer is .he son oi Mr. Maurice
D camera;.,! Mrs. Walter Zivi, of
b J Weinsteln offici-
ated at the 2:30 p.m. ceremony,
ar.d a reception followed ot the
Standard Club.
For her wedding, the bride wore
a Bianchi dress of silk taffeta with
arplique embroidery and chapel
train, a short veil, elbow-length
gloves, and pearls. She earned a
small bouquet of Jilies-of-the-valley
and cymlidium orchids.
Dr. Cramer is a recent graduate
Mrs. Myers Leads Institute
of ihe school of medicine of the
University of Chicago, and Miss
Goldberg a recent recipient of a
Blaster's degree from the Universi-
ty's school ol social science ad-
ministration. Both received their
undergraduate degrees at Oberlin
College in Oberlin, O.
Alter a brief holiday in the east,
Ihe couple will take up residence
in Boston. Mass.. where Dr. Cramer
will be interning at the Boston City
Hospital, and his wife will serve as
a stall member of the Massachu-
setts Society for the Prevention of
Cruelty to Children.
Leading the second annual Presi-
dent's Institute of t h e National
Council of Jewish Women was Mrs
Stanley C. Myers, of Coral Gables.
Mrs. Myers was recently reject-
ed a national vice president ol the
organization. Locally, she i- a
vice president of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation.
The Institute, which is a train-
ing course lor new leaders of
NCJW, was held June 11 to 13 on
the campus ol New York Univer-
sity in New York City.
Mrs Bernard Yesner, newly-
dieted president ol the local Sun-
set Division, attended the Institute.
Dr. I). Jenkins, ol Temple Uni-
versity, served as advisor lo ihe
group.
At 19th annual congrega.icnal dinner of T^J^^
nre lames M Albert, president; Mrs. Harvey E. Kramer Sister
W mesidenu Mrs. Joseph Pardo. PTA president and David
SuckSr. Brotherhood president. All were installed by Rabbi
Leon Kronish. spiritual leader of the conqreqation in a spe-
dalfy-prepared ceremony, with musical selections by Canto
David Conviser. Installation was preceded by a cocktail
Senc dinner of which Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L.Alton.*
crcrv vice president ol the Temple and honorary board mem
be: oi Sisterhood, respectively, acted as chairmen.


Pcge 2-B
Cooking
Mildred
o r n e r win
The arrival of hot weather is
both a boon and a bane to the
meal planner. Refreshingly chill-
ed fruit*, melons, and berries can
be the answer to most appetizer
and dessert n*ds. The markets
are filled with a wide assortment
of fresh vegetables at the peak of
quality and usually the bottom of
price.
It is the main dish that can be
the problem It most contain the
protein nourishment our bodies re-
quire both winter and summer, yet
be light enough to appeal to appe-
tites dulled by heat and humidity,
(old meat .and salads are a fine
choice at times, but what is really
needed is a list of recipes contain-
ing quickly cooked, easily pre-
pared hot meats and fish to lend
balance and variety to the other
ccld dishes
Steaks, chops, liver, and ham-
burger come to mind at once and
rave a definite place in summer
planning. We think of frankfurters
as a standbv for picnics, cook-outs,
or late snacks. Yet the frank
iurter can be utilized for many un-
usual dishes which satisfy all the
I needs of summer cooking.
These popular sausages are ex-
i cetlent protein food, are low in
I coat since they have absolutely no
' waste, and the flavor is appealing.
They blend well with other foods.
[and best of all cook, with no pre-
! liminary preparation, in just a few
i minutes.
Frankfurters wun scrambled
ieggs are such a popular favorite
| they need no introduction, but with
i a few added ingredients this sim-
| pie combination becomes an un-
-usual specialty for a brunch or
. supper. The smolced bnsKet used
! is available at the same counters
where frankfurters are sold. bu1 is
somewhat different
. :be various firms which
; letely different is
lh prat kfurters Sweet and Pur.-
8en1 ..:... n cf a Chinese dish
With quartered tomatoes and any
cooked green vegetable ;- provides
a complete dinner plate to appea.
ja< ed summer appe
Frarsk'urters and Eggs De Luxe
2 slices smoked brisket, diced
2 mtdium onions, minced
1 lb. frankfurters, sliced
2 green peppers, diced
12 stuffed olives, sliced
1 8 teaspoon white pepper
116 teaspoon powdered thyme
6 slightly beaten eggs
18 teaspoon oregano
Cook the brisket in a large, heavy-
frying pan over medium low heat
until the fat has melted out. Pour
off all but one teaspoon of the fat
| Add the onions and cook for three
minutes. Add the frankfurters and
green peppers and cook five min-
utes longer. Add the olives. M5"
' the oregano. white pepper and
thyme with the eggs ana pour imo
the frying pan. Cook slowly until
'the eggs are set stirring occasion-
ed oy, ]une 15
,. -. '.r':s recipe mafcea t to 6 por-
tions.
Fa*>*vrters,
ctf- a-vo Pe-Tse-1
1C fri nkiurters
Lai iespoor.s \regets bl< oil
1 ;. | :: pineapj <.
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: cu| dri in< sweel pickle
chips
3 4 cup pineapple syrup
2 tablespoons pickle syrup
2 tablespoons soy sauce
2 table spoons ccrnstarch
1 4 cup cc]d water
2': cups canned fried noodles,
heated
Cut the frankfurters at an angle
into 1-inch pieces. Brown in the
oil. Drain off any fat which ac-
cumulates. Add the pineapple,
pickle chips, pineapple and pickle
syrups, and soy sauce; bring the
mixture to a boil. Dissolve the
corrstarch in the water, and add a
little of the gravy to this Pour into
the pan. stirring constantly. Cook
until thickened, then simmer two
minutes longer, until the corn-
starch taste has disappeared Place
the needles e>r. a platter and cover
with the frankfurter mixture. This
recipe makes 5 servings.
Mrs. Weston
Guest of Honor
Mrs. Lawrenct A. Weston ,
given a Eurpi r< Bon Voya3e lurch
eon at tw. .- i hotel by her
Iher. Mrs AniwHymati, and h9
sister. Mrs. William Carmel. Ak
present wen hei daughters,
and Me r; bei mother-in-law uj
Max Weston, and the folio*
friends:
Mesdarr.es Jack Ge-artner, I4J
Pilzer. Jack Sega!. Mayer AhrnJ
owitz. Al MccbJcwitz. Murray
nctt. Ray Morse, Sam Hirsch.1
Belsky. Edward Klein. Seff
'Silverman. Ralph Hall. Lewuj
! Platt. Gene Troop. Arthur
jwitz. Wilbur Wishner. James;
j enson. Harry lefkoff
Mesdames. Edward ArnoM.
. Rottenberg. Abraham Towbin,!
jSussman. Henry Levy. James Lid
! pert. Jack Jackson. Sol Ro
! erantz. HaskeU Brarter, Harry
sky, David Berry. Harry Altma.|
Dr. and Mrs.. Lawrence A a
ton are teaviig this week for i
! four-week tOUl oi Europe via
I frjicr ie t
Officer Will
Serve on Unit
Brarceis University National Wo-
men's Committee recently appoint-
t Mrs Solomon B. Margolis. pres-
ie-tnt of the Greater Miami chap-
tt:. to serve on the resolutions
committee al the national confer-
ence June 10 tc 14 on the university
campus at Waltham, Mass.. and
Mrs Sidney Schwartz to serve as
ptrerai chairman of the southeast-
e;:, conference tc be held on Miami
Beach next Dec. 4 and 5 with the
Jccai chapter as host.
Aho attending the conference and
eommer.cemtnt at Brandeis Uni-,
versify were Mesdames Joseph Em- j
staff, Jcel Meyer. Samuel Ober- j
stein, Anna Opper. Samuel Rosen-1
berg, and Harold Turk.
Annual Brandeis Creative Arts
awards were presented at the Fel-
lows' banquet by Leonard Bern-
stein. Lillian Hellman. noted
playwright, made the response
rn behalf of the award winners.
Dr. Abram Sachar. president of the
university, was principal speaker.
Commencement address was
delivered by Sen. Hubert Humph-
it>. who received an honorary
degree. Other recipients of honcr-
degreei included Lord Bev-
e- dge, Harold C Case. George F.
1 Abraham Feinberg. ,'
Edward f M He)
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-day. June IS, 1931
^Jenis? M:r$jti3r.
Paje 3-3
\ GMJCC Summer Camp Personnel Meet
For Intensive Week-Long Training Period
July Cole, Jill David, sheila ~>
Vicki Hirs< h, Man ia .- >-
Susa Katz Robena Kop
-. pi [man G raldine
salata Hei ert Roberts, S \
San Is, Earn r
seventy-two si 5 of the Hall, Roberts Javer, Martin L ith, Ronald Wen r, Larry
Greater Miami Jev immunity "1,z- Judith Litvin, Irene Maze -Veisblatl ai I Henrj W<
Center participated in an inten- ^^Schul^iane S i / s ,....., ,.,. ..._
sive week-long counselor training u^^T^I j" V plotkin: head
program beginning on Monday in J seior, Lawrence Geffen;
preparation for the forthcoming' Nrth County Branch-Camp di- front counselor, Leonard Chaplin}
'I rector, Donald LaBelle. program general counselors. Robert Ga. ip,
director. Miriam Scheinber^; v.a- John Harris, Linda Hyman, Lm la
terfront counselor, Yvette Cole; Newman, Sandra Peyser, Robert
general counselors, Phyllis Cohen, Sisncn and Janice Wayne.
summer day camp session which
opens at four locations the follow-
ing week.
[T-scussing expansion plans of the Hebrew University of Jeru-
Llem are (left to right) Jacob Rifkin, Mrs. Rifkin. Dr. Shebmo
Bhunami. and Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, of Temple Meaorah.
>. Shunami, librarian of Hebrew University, spoke at 3 re-
;eption in his honor last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
tifldn. Rabbi Abramowitz, who visited the university last
rummer, also talked.
.00ted Bocks Discussed Here
Dr. Shunami left Miimi Beach
Sunday after t n visaing tb*
home of Mr. and Mr*. Charles
Charcowsky. H. is Rearing cam-
ptetion of a six-month assignment,
the reorganization of rha> Hebrew
rens of thousands of Jewish-
jttned books looted by the Nazis
iring World War [I remain behind
ie Iron Oyrtain, a librarian of the
lebrew University of Jerusalem
,: i a Miami Beach reception in his section of th* Hebrew Library.
1 m ir last week
.. r .. .1 Dr Shunami said the Jewish Uni-
Speaking at the r-oma of Mr. and
rs Jacob Rifkin, Dr Shelomo versit>' and National Library, which
unami said approximately 500,- is housed on the rising new campus
0 books have been recovered from of Hebrew University at Gtvat Ram,
-tern and Central Europe. He | serves not only as the library of
aised the cooperation of the Urn-, a,,0 as th
1 States Army anl, to a lesser ,
tent, the governments of Ger-; llbrar>" of tha j2wlih l*0?le ev3r*-
i.'.y and Austria for their aid in'where."
gaining "lost treasurers of the
aspora."
Conducted simultaneously at the
Miami Branch, Beach Branch,
North County Branch, and South-
west Branch, training sessions were
led by the respective camp di-
rectors and other supervisory and
specialist personnel. Each camp
will have, in addition to a camp di-
rector, a program director, arts
and crafts counselor, and water-
front counselor
Each group of 15 children will
be led by a team consisting of
senior counselor and a junior
counselor. The training sessions
dealt with such subject mat-
ter as goals of the Center camp
program, camp procedures, the
counselor's job, group program
planning, camp themes, individ-
ual behavior, Jewish program-
ming, group behavior, health and
safety, recording and supervision,
rainy day programs.
>ral Way Sislerhtrd
Pledges amounting to more than
$106,000 towards the |5'JO.>30 solar
In addition, there were skills
workshops, and active games, quiet
i games, songs, dramatics, arts and
crafts, folk dancing, cookouts, na-
ture study, story-telling, and water-
front program. The staffs assigned
to each of the camps are as fol-
lows :
Miami BranchCamp director.
David Eskenazi; program director
and arts and crafts specialist, Syl-
via Ruskin; waterfront counselor.
Lois Andrews; general counselors,
Richard Gertman. Ronald Gundry,
Joel Klass. Steven Miles, Hanette
! Ostrie. Irwina Roberts. Sharla Ro-,
energy research center project; han Jerrv Schwartz. Nancy Tau-
sponsored by South Florida Friends uer and Naomi Tropp
of the Hebrew University have been __
Miami Beach BranchCamp di-
(Sisterhood of Coral Way Jewish secured, according to an announce
nter was to meet rhursday even
at the Center. Mr;. Leo Wein
|e;n. program chairman, was to in-
duce Mrs. Sally Canada, cosme- tional leaier; >! the American an; waterfront. counselor wimam
nan. who was to --terhood Friends regarding ttex year's na- Shaw; general CJ^%^;
nbers for beauty and makeup tional ictlvil a K teld la this Barnett Steve **". ttooenu
MtraUona. area Garlinkle Sup Goldberg, Ronnu
i- ment by Gerald Schwartz, regional rector. Arnold Pislrin; program di-
. director. Schwartz went to New rector. Ira SMlUMfc; rt nd
1. York this week to meet with na- crafts specialist. Prudence Vaugh-
Announcement
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION
WHICH HAD BEEN TENTATIVELY SET FOR
SUNDAY EVENING. JUNE 25,
WILL BE HELD AT A LATER DATE.
FEDERATION MEMBERS WILL BE NOTIFIED
OF THE NEW DATE AS SOON AS IT
HAS BEEN OFFICIALLY DETERMINED.
President
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best in values newest in fashion and home trends.
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friendly greetings from
our religious, civic and
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-JmlstflcridBari
Friday, June 16, 1961
=*,
200 Pay Tribute
To Mrs. Goldberg
v m 2 *: parents gather
\ | Mrs
gis-
- i
- its of servk to
rei
m rest;
I skit i
- Blocl lepictisg Mrs
rg*s loyalty : P
a. '
-
script ": "'-
Zisquil
- sander S
the A spoke ol
a Go '-: rg's i tnplis
1 rontril registrar ol
nj
Mrs Jack Buchs
PTA, ores
plica c
-
Sr. Citizens Show New Aggressiveness
in Seeking Voice in Community Affairs
MSS. HAUKKt GOLDBERG
A part of the evenings program
- "' ":
Mrs :: Berg
Mrs Leonard R -
each i er A sc .
. ;>- ^ | )] v -:: f tin ne He '--
"irs Philu eiss. of the H
A m I I senior c t -

Miami
: the .fcond an-
nferei ce for rei
Center
Meeting I gether in a ries of
workshi | ii lder
men and gave I new ac-
mt ol Ivea in
trast
gh ea<
- ii tj I coi
-
- '
: r the eni r citizen
n the I [fairs j
Sabbath
Dinner
Holidays
and ever>' day
-^5r
Kosher your
meat and
fowl with
Diamond
Crystal
Kosher
Salt!

Diamond
stal
SALT
<_COAS*ej
T?.rse generations of Jewish housewives ha** put their
ence in this fame i salt for purity and quality.
Its oompl ana mdi D:;:iry Law is absolute. Neither too
coarse nor to-:-:::' it is easy to sprinkles If. Perfect,
too, for all your seasoning. Tc laj k **
and bakir.- get a FRESH NEW BOX of Diaai
Crystal Kosher Salt!
makes crispier salads
Ordinary salt end '. waits green. Net so wtk Dta-
nood Crystal Kosher Salt. It's < y So k doesn't melt
read:'.y. Just srrr.kle on crl-p greer.s. T: en shake off.
Greens are perfectly iinnil Mad suy crisp for your
fanarin dnaajaf.
Build your reputation from Cook to Chef I
Do all your seasoning with
DIAMOND CRYSTAL COARSE
KOSHER SALT
Diamond Crystal Salt Company
gislati
Conducted last Sunday at *-e
Centers Miami Branch, the dele-
gates gathered earlier to hear a
keynote address delivered by Mar-
1m Fine, chairman of the Miami
Housing Authority, and to receive
individual club charters from
executive director Efraim P.
Gale. Fine set the ton* for the
day by pointing cut that senior
citizens were still a vital force in
the community and that everyone
would gain if the full resources
of the senior population were
tapped.
v enter pi lent A Budd C
served a> chairman, and Char.r-
. tkin senior citizens director m
. coordinator for the conference
Following the keynote sessi
5 assembled in workshops c v-
.:> as community
[ing n active member-
Tre's -adership.
i iitural and educational activi-
-
On the quest-on of community
Mrvice: Delegates si ited '
[ot5 of til
aid 'oe utilized for
goodol thers: that "we haven t
would like ;o do
.".: that senior
:t was bet!
_ than to receive:" that it was
... > pos-
-

nit}
iximum pos
O pubi c sffsirs:
'
they i : ed
I
.. ring their
Responsibilities of leadership:
\ .- ant str
conducts -
their club the> fell just as keenly
- ever}
and active-
[\: different in club
affairs were natural and healthy;
nee a ft >up ms 'e
the min ritj should abide by it:
the majoruj should show re-
>r the feelir.,;- o: :he r:.:- -.
:>. officer? should consul: with in-
terested mernfcetg ar.d should in-
:hr-- m-ienvi-v. leadership
rt bt :>rared to accept critic-
ism; there is a need for training
courses ta agvelop better club of-
ficers and committee, chairmen.
Building an active membership:
A good member cannot be jut j
spectator; members should be
asked to serve on many different
committees; they should speak up
at club meetings and have the;r
voices heard when decision.- are
made; members .-hould be Willing
tsv accsrt responsibilities when
called upon to serve; the lead'
of a club i? most effective when it
obtains the help of many members
in the conduct of the club al
Cultural and educational:
sire for an increased emphasi- on
iral activities was expr-
roups should have more discus-
- on current events; sp
. r.d film* from various resources
in the community were recum-
Ben-Gurion Unit Closes Season
Seas n final meeting for Far-
band. Ben-Guricn Branch 304 will
be held Wednesday evening at Be:h
El C :-' rscar Ka?v.
a ill be guest speaker
Mrs Miriam Halperin vice vrr-
ldent. vili introduce Mai
::rr-^r cultural
D charge of the meeting
Hig U oe
.i social :; in honor of Irving
Sachs >' bis wife who
- -. 1st;
fad s Kista-
irut. scheduli Now

Mrs Hall er Mrs Rei
I -
only HELLMAXX'S
could do such wonderful
things for salads!
T -' t. make j >ur sala I I
- -:' It's eas> ith
a:
0 :
! '. c=
Ne*> I:a...;. All three ..-- S
i rry them
n...with meat or dai ry
j
^- .- famin fa
- Hel to .-.
Try
HELLMANN'S FRENCH
So subtly
spiced...
so aromatic
5 ''' inn's new Italian ira
" -''"' rSD'Cy. A
i .
Old Homnte.id French Pross-ng
,' ii ivor and 1 ,
All certified Kesher-Parve
IV Y0I LIKE HELLMAWS MAYONNAISE
101 "LL LOVE UELLMANN'S DRESSINGS
Deep
rich
mellow
tasty...
mcHitss!
no other cheese
in the world
hits the spot like
GENUINE
IMPORTED
SWITZERLAND
SWISS
CHEESE
Buy it sliced or in a 1;-
tasty chunk t
sandwiches, omelets,
salads, canapes .. r
breakfast, lunch, -
per andicebox raiding.
It's the one ch<
everybody loves f >'
true ta'am ol Switzer-
land!
Ta'am
of
F-"'rzer/ar
!l


Friday. June 16. 1961
+Jewist) fJrrtcfxw
Page 5-3
Officers of Bureau of Jewish Education installed
ct recent 20th annual meeting of the Bureau
held at the DiLido hotel. Seated (left to right)
ere Leo Robinson, Mrs. Louis Glasser, vice
r residents; M. A. Baskin, president; Mrs. Jos-
eph Duntov, Joseph Cohen, vice orpsidentc.
Standing (left to right) are Judge Frederick N.
Earad, treasurer; Sol Goldman, honorary pres-
Women's League
Picks Mrs. Cahane
By Special Report
N ::\V YORK Mrs. Harry Ca-
, e, attorney and civic leader.
s reclected president oi the
nen's League for Israel at the
( elusion of the women's service
i .anization's 33rd annual meeting
. ihe Hotel Astor.
Mrs. Cahane. who has headed the
\ men's group during the past
!< ir years, will serve for a new,
i o-year term. An LLB alumna
c New York University, she is a
r. niber of the New York State
.r. and a former associate of the
1 i Samuel Untermeyer, under
m she served in the non-sec-
iati Anti-Nazi League.
\ governor of the Hebrew Uni-
versity of Jerusalem and a mem-
of the board of directors of its
rican Friends, Mrs. Cahane
rves as an associate chairman of
Women's Division of the United
.li-uish Appeal of Greater New
' irk, and as a member of the New
. state Women'-; Committee tor
S of Israel Bonds.
ident; Melvyn Frumkes, secretary; Benjamin
Meyers end Max Meisel, past presidents; and
Louis Schwartzman, executive director. Not
shown are Louis Heiman and Mrs. Matilda H.
Ratner, pa?t presidents; Harold Thurman,
Harry Simonhcii, Joseph Duntov, Ehiel Leso-
vveder, honorary vice presidents.
,. Women's League for Israel,
MRS. HARRY CAHANE
now engaged in budding a $400,000
three-unit, university student cen-
ter in Jerusalem, maintains five
homes lor women-newcomers in
four key cities of Israel. The spon-
sor of an intensive program of aid
to Israeli youth, the League has
previously donated a cafeteria and
two dormitories .for women stu-
dents at the Hebrew University oi
Jerusalem, where it has ,ii dowed a chair in sociology.
LccolStudent
Receives Degree
Mrs. Phyllis Rosenberg, of New-
York City, daughter ol Rev. and
Mrs Jacob D Katz. of 1321-14 ter.,
Miami Reach, w a s to receive a
, Bachelor of Arts degree at Yeshiva
University's 30th annual commence-
I ment exercises Thursday in New
lYork City.
Mrs. Rosenberg is a member of
the graduating class at Yeshiva
1 University's Stern College for
j Women.
Dr. Samuel Belkin. president of
] the university, was to preside and
iconfer honorary degrees on Dr.
Barr.aby C. Keeny. president of
Brown University, who delivered
the commencement address; Dr.
Deane Montgomery, professor of
mathematics. Institute for Ad-
vanced Study. Princeton. N.J.; Dr.
Maurice Hexter, executive vice
British Leader
Heard in U.S.
By Special Report
NEW YDRK Major problems
confronting Jewry all over the
world was the subject of a Bern B
oi briefing sessions for key Ameri-
can Jewish leaders late May and
early June, according to Mr. Irv-
ing S. Norry, chairman of the In-
ternational Advisory Council ot the
World Jewish Congress in N e w
! York.
Norry announced that the March-
ioness of Reading, co-chairman of
the World Jewish Congress Euro-
peon Executive, had reported to
leadership groups in a number of
! cities including New York, Boston,
Cleveland, Detroit, Philadelphia
and Syracuse. She discussed in
particular the situation of North
African Jewry in the light of re-
cent developments.
The Marchioness of Reading, who
has been president of the British
Section of the WJC since its founda-1
Ition in 193t>. is the daughter of the
first Lord Melchett, a leading mem-
ber of the British Cabinet during
World War I. Her husband, who
died last year, was British Minis-
ter of State for Foreign Affairs'
from 195357.
Her first meeting with Ameri-
can Jewish leaders took place
in New York at the Delmonico ho
tel on May 25.
LADY EVA READING
Summer Resort
Opening Told
Osceola Lake Inn. Henderson-
ville, N. C. an American Plan sum-
mer resort hotel in the heart of the
Blue Ridge Mountains has opened
tor the season.
The popular hotel has been owned
and operated by t h e Joe Rubin
family for the past 21 years.
Osceola Lake Inn offers quiet re-
laxation for those who want to rest,
as well as a planned schedule of
Registration for
Camp Soaring
Registration at Temple- Emai i
Ei summer clay camp, which
gins en Monday, soared at the pi
ent-counselor meeting Monc1. p
in; l. announced Milton F< nste
can p director.
The meeting, held at the Tem-
ple's North Branch bldg.. tr.e can
headquarters, provided an 01 ;
tunity for parents to discuss with
the director and the counselor:
individual problems of the children
and to familiarize parents with
camp program.
Camp Emanu-El. in its fourth
season, offers a program 0! at):1
tics, arts and crafts, dramatic ,
music, dancing, and a weekly Sab
bath service held every Friday
ternoon. Bus transportation n a-
terials. supplies and snacks ar
eluded in the fee. Camper? ire
accepted from any location OB *
ami Beach, as well as midway f
, > causeway.
New and delicious!
president. Federation of Jewish Phi- entertainment,
lanthropies of New York; Dr. Jo- Facilities include swimming pool,
seph G. Cohen, former dean of shuffleboarel. boating, fishing, golf.
Teacher Education, City Colleges ot |,orseback riding, movies, band.
r-
YOUR FIRST
COURSE
is ready
with a
flip
of the
lid
New York; Dr. Emanuel Rackman.
rabbi of Congregation Sharray Tel'i-
la. Far Rockaway, NY.; and Dr.
Jacob E. Goldman, associate di-
rector. Science Laboratories. Ford
Motor Company. Dearborn. Mich,
Ner Tamid Young Adults
Temple Ner Tamid Young Adults
will hold the organization's second
anniversary dance on Sunday even-
ing at the Temple. The group
dancing, wienie roasts, and nightly
refreshments.
for the young, ages l to 13, there
is a Little Chiefs Day Camp, de-
signed to solve the summer vaca-
tion problem for the family with
children
Information is available by writ-
ing to Osceola Lake Inn.
WIINO
'< KOSHIK "v I*- >.
ILNO
KOSHER
is
also planning a meeting and social
Wednesday evening.
vU-
*v*v-
nrvyn*
A TRADITION IN
JEWISH HOMES
SINCE 1837
Served in a glass or ft cup...
There's Yom Tov spirit in this
famous tea... "flavor crushed
for fullest strength and stimu-
lation ... richer taste and pleas-
ure with your fleishigs and
milchigs and between meal
refreshment.
TETLEY TEA
Certified Hosier under strict Rabbinical Supervision
PASTRAMI
FRESHLYSLICED!
VACUUM PACKED
BEADY TO SERVE!
t
PERFECT
FOR LIGHT
SUMMER
MEALS
VITa HBRIW^JJ^SR^aS
bite-size fillets themselves are iirew hoi ^_^
onion rings and cream or wme sauce. What
a tangy. robust flavor! What .wdj^senre
convenience! Get Vita Herring Mj|^
at your food store dairy case. \
ASK FOR
. _!
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AT YOUR FAVORITE FOOD MARKET
RYE BREAD PUMPERNICKEL
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division of NEW YORK BAKERIES, INC.
JE 1-7117
Ask for All
WILN0 Kosher PRODUCTS
Corned Beef, Pastrami,
Salami, Bologna,
Krispit Frankfurters
Koshrvtb
Quality
Flavor
WILNO KOSHER
SAUSAGE CO.
(of Chicago)
MIAMI BRANCH
2181 N.W. 10th AVENUE
Phone FR 1-6551


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* JfH ter Fk radian
Friday, lune 16. |M
Symbol of Israel Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion's recent
j'5 visit the warm handshake siqnifying the bonds uniting
(he United States and Israel. Here, the Prime Minister and
Mr*. Sidney Leff, national president of Pioneer Women, the
YYcmen's Labor Zionist Orqanizat:cn of America, exchange
Greetings. Looking on are (left) Yitzchok Navon, private sec-
retary to the Prime Minister, end Israel's Ambassador Avra-
hcrn Harmon. Pioneer Women maintains over 840 social
eeivice installations in Israel through its sister organization
there, Moetzet Hapoalot.
hrael Bond Conference Told
Of Near $500 Million Sale
Perfect Circle
Elects Officers
Donald S. Rose, local attorney.
has been elected president of the
Perfect Circle of Temple F.manu-
El. the congregation's young mar-
d club
Rose srecceds Martin Smith. Al-
so elected to serve during iwi-62
were the following <.fnccr~ H; Lew. first vue president; Mrs. My-
ron Susman. secon.l vice president;
Mrs -' mour Alterman. secretary;
I Plotkin, treasurer; and
Mrs. R< nald fcger. h
:' directors Dr
[rs Max Sporn, Mr. and Mrs.
Burl n Radoff, Mr a Mrs.
v. Mr.-.
Mai'
Perfect Circli ection
affair Ees cocktail |
ty to be held or S
June 24. : I t hi T< mi l< 's North
Branch bldg., 77th st and Dickens
DO.VAtD ROSE
Travel Service Slated to Bimini
By Special Report
PHILADELPHIA Describing
tlu present hostility of the Arab
states as "a temporary state of af-
l --." Prime Minister David Ben-
<: ... r. predicted that the 'future
v bring peace and cooperation
I el ween Israel and her Arab neigh-
bi rs."
:>rael Premier delivered a
ii : address on Israel's position
at rational celebration of the
U nth anr.:ver;ary of the Israel Bond
( .,.-..zation which was held at the
\ ftick hotel in Philadelphia.
More than 450 Jew: leaders
l us parts of the United
States heard Mr. Ben-Gurion, dur-
iig bis visit to the United States,
;- the close to $500,000,000
C ,-ided by. Israel Bond- for the
'.try s economic development
hive been a "primary factor'" in
i. achievements during the
I ..rs.
"The Arab countries in the Mid-
e'e East are legitimate expres-
sions of the national indepen-
c-ence of their peoples," he said.
"So is Israel. The future will
b-.ng peace and ccooperation be-
tween Israel and her Arab neigh-
bors. I believe that relationships
c4 cooperation between the Arab
Llates and Israel will lead to the
f!ow*ring of the Middle East and
tring back to our area the status
hich it occupied in ancient
tirr.s."
emphasized that for
tr t present Israel must inert
i nee. "I regret that r.oth-
i' t curred in recent times to
ii it pi ssil it '.' : .;.- lax our
\ nee On the contrarj I l
i is Deed today for
i: than i er before."
g officer at the I
.-i was Abra-
\ nberj I N'e York. ;
, Bond i r |ai
I in addition to Prime
ister Ben-Gunon were Samuel
Rothberg. of Peoria. national chair-
man for Trustees of the Israel Bond
drive: Dr. Joseph J Schwartz, vice
president; Samuel H. Daroff. hono-
rary chairman for Philadelphia;
and Col. Jacob M. Arvey. honorary
chairman for Chicago. The invoca-
tion was offered by Rabbi Sidney
Greenbere. of Temple Sinai, of
Philadelphia.
A. report was presented by Dr.
Schwartz on the results of the Is-
rael Bond campaign during the ten
years since Prime Minister Ben-
Gurion came to the United States
to inaugurate the first Israel Bond
issue.
In the course of his report. Dr
Schwartz said: "As of today we
have received in cash for the sale
0J Israel Bonds since May. 1951. a
total of S494.519.950. Of thi> amount
S424.641.50Ci was sold in the L'nited
States. The rest was obtained
through campaigns in other parts
of the world. Late in 1951 sales
activities were organized in Latin
America. Since that time $20,609,-
500 has been obtained from that
sector. Two years later a cam-
paign was initiated in Canada, and
since that time the proceeds faom
Canadian purchases have amounted
to $31,812,300.
Aaron and William Farr. V
Beach travel agents, and Bert
Green. Coconut Groveyachi broker,
will commence operation
r boat service to Bimini en
June IT.
The firm, known as Florida Ba-
hamas Lines. Ltd.. will have a 55-ft.
disel express cruiser cabable of
carrying 48 passengers on a two-
hour run to the British island It
will leave Miami at 9 a.m.. daily.
returni al m allowing a five-
hour staj .:' Bim
Pcw< ;
th< Bimini I -
radar, 1 st Guard ap
pri ved -.:>': ana* has an
-. fety-certificate.
Farr si id thi r< no weight limit
on baggage, which will enable
sports fishermen to bring
their i ors if they
wish.
Beach Company
Gets Contract
Louis Merwit?cr. chairman of the I
I building campaign committee, a^
Rabbi Alexander s. Gross, pjfajt
pal oL th*-iic r.:.* Academy ..^1
nounced here that the Ba'kcrT
Building (.::: of 94ri Arthur God.
frey rr'... \ l< w bidder, and hjj
been awarded the contract to buitd]
the new K or. the ..:: of Pinel \\
24th St., Mil ach.
Dick Bi of ;
conn
tion busint ss foi n er
has buill
Miami B( '. to 'hel
\\ a shin 'ton Federal b
Plazi I A
lomn ere; Bar.i i, .-.-.d|
i i ,|
leah.
Const] I 'I
dedu.;. Sunday,!
The build:; exp< .|
pleted in eighl months
The build; .'.". be -I
o and : .-'", hai -I
once ':.( ''- ami Beai! micipdl
golf course, and ^-W have 23 class-l
n cms, assei j ball. feterij
roci
a musi< r arts
:- torn, :... I I
'Get Together' Dance
Si:v.'. Limited heM a |
il
guests -.. '" :i-l
ban.- arei : U I S '' '"'\
Gulfstream Park Reopens
Gulfstream Park will reopen Men
day for summer visitor.- a.- part of
its expanding program of commun-
service, James Donn jr.. track
president, announced. "Gulfstream
will be open on a year-round basis
fri u." Donn revealed. "We
have had numerous requests from
ic leaders, businessmen and
in the area to keep Gulf-
stream available as a tourist at-
n when we are not racing.
: erators will include a visit
to Gulfstream on their agendas,
I I the track will be open to the
eneral public. There will be no
charge."' Donn said.
PUBLIC SALE!
(NOT AN AUCTION)
ENTIRE STOCK AND ALL FIXTURES OF
DAOLD BROS., i*.
6756 COLLINS AVE. 'opposite Deauville> MIAMI BEACH
PURCHASED FROM UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY
COURTALL STOCK AND FIXTURES
HOURS 9 A.M. TIL 9 P.M. UNTIL SOLD OUT
Jacob M. Wittels & Sons. St. Louis, has purchsssd the entire stock of this well-Unown 93' ery.
and prices on all items are fixed at a fraction of actual value. Entire Daoyri E:cs. stock and
stock of three other consignors will be sold. HOURS 9 A.M. Until 9 P.M. UNI L SOLD OUT.
THIS IS AN AUTHENTIC SALE OF AN AMAZING VARIETY OF ART OBJtCTS -
A FRACTION OF ACTUAL VALUE! It s the sa !e of sales for the art-fcvei and
AT JUST
collector!
DIAMONDS WATCHES CUSTOM JEWELRY
DRESDEN, CAPRI Dl MONTE, MEISSEN CHINA
SUPERB GLASS AND STEMWARE VARIETY OF MARBLE
TOP TABLES SUPERB LAMPS IMPORTED CRYSTAL
CHANDELIERS SILVER STERLING SHEFFIELD
FLATWARE HOLLOWARE CANDELABRA OBJETS
DART ANTIQUES, ART, OILS, CONVERSATION PIECES
BRIC-A-BRAC from some of America's Great Collections!
MEZZUZAS
OFFERED AT A FRACTION OF
ACTUAL VALUE
LARGE DIAMOND PURCHASERS YOUR
APPRAISER IS WELCOME!! ALL SALES ON A
SATISFACTION OR MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE
Jacob M. Wittels & Sons
ST. LOUIS, no.
709 PINE STREET
EXPERT APPRAISERS


BBMBBi
Friday, June 16. 1961
*Jewist n>QridK&n
Pa-je 7 3
Kleimans on Trip
To Nassau
Pleasant memories of their recent
cruise to Nassau will be enjoved by
Dr. and .Mrs. M. A. Kleiman. of Mi-
imi. aboard the air-conditioned SS
Bahama Star, which sails regularly
from Miami.
Dr and Mrs. Kleiman are cur-
rently celebrating their 28th wed-
ding anniversary.
While in Nassau, they viewed the
historic sights of the quaint "old
vorld" city, and rode through the
winding streets in a surrey.
They also browsed throuah the
many British shop, and native
straw market, and visited popular )
Paradise Beacth
raSar
frL*
Sorority Assists
Four UM Students
A check to help defray textbook
costs for four women students has
been presented to the University of
JMaury S. Olinick. treasurer and chairman of the awards com-
lir.ittee of Temple 3eth Sholom, presents to Judge Harry Arthur
^Greenberg a plaque of appreciation "for his devoted service Miami by the Greater Miami Alpha
Jto Beth Sholom as its president from 1959 to 1961." Rabbi EpsUon Phi Alumnae Assn.
Leon Kionish (center) is spiritual leader of the congregation.
[Presentation was at the congregation's recent annual dinner
land installation. James M. Albert was elected to succeed
Judge Greenberg.
Fruchtman
Honored at Dinner
Charles Fruchtmar.. Industrie 1st
and philanthropist, was one of sev-
eral personalities honored -' it-
ly at a dinner in New Y >rk
sponsored by the Am irican .
ary Foundation.
Others to whom the thir I ed on
of "American Jews. Their L
and Achievements*" was .: I
were Ed Sullivan in I m
of arts, and Jacob Samuel
PhD. lucator and philosopher, in
the science division
The Foundation :- :<\
organization whii h aims I
uate the contnbutioi \ m
.lews to the ideals ol raoy
and to promote broth :' o
DR. AND MRS. KWMAN
Allen Victor Bar Mitivah
Saturday mornin services. June
17, at Agudath Israel Hebre' hi
stitute will include the Bar Mitz-
vah of Allen Michael, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Melvin Victor. Dr. Isaac
Ever will officiate.
'ioneer Women
In Varied Events
< Women's Club 2 will
Father's Day party Sunday
a) Harfenist restaurant. Mrs.
t l -nan is chairman. Folk-
i .;:_ will be led by Sonia Weiss
*
Mrs Milton Gr^e-:. recently re
-ident of ''" r Miami
wncil '' Pione nen. was in-
i cer for Ka mah chap
Si turdaj i a', the Bis
I' ace hotel.
- Sib er a 11 Mrs. Al-
r Shkc er presented a program
the cast year's activ-
ai a cand -; cere-
: hi i iring t past presidents
h i hk\ C wa- ottered.
for the c irnir.^ year
Hesdames Jacob Raffel.
si l< i.!: Harol I 5 tap > and I.il-
Cohcn. vice presidents; David
!| ncording secretary: Mil-
Kessler, corresponding secre-
[ry. Joseph Feld, financial secre-
I and Minnie Stone, treasurer.
[Members of the executive board
f; Mesdames Nathan Berger, Wil-
ers n, M. A. Kleiman, Alvin
| ik Hymao Selcer, Albert
bkoli r and Jacob V- > is.
Assisti Mrs. Leah Friedson,
were M is fames An-
Bli cker. "cj lie Deutsch.
In and Bea Warner
Reception Honors Browarnik
A reception and luncheon in hon-
or of the Bar Mitzvah and birthday
Of Ross, son of Mr. and Mrs. Moe
Browarnik. was held last Sunday
at the Deauville hotel.
Here to share the day with the
Browarniks were Mr. and Mrs
Robert Rhodes, >f 'hicago, a great
aunt and un( Mrs. Charles
Wagenberg, if N V;rk. Ross'
god moth
Allen is a seventh grade student
! at Nautilus Junior High, and at-
The group inaugurated the fund tends t h e Institute's religious
in 1947 with proceeds from book re- school,
views. The UM selects the two
students each semester who receive
nity affairs, who is chairman of the the assistance for their textbooks.
Mrs. Morris Levitt, president, of UM scholarship committee.
05 SW 107th st.. presented the
$120 check recently to Dr. H.
Franklin Williams, vice president
Of the UM, and director of commu-
His parents will host a reception
in his honor following the cere-
mony
TOWER PAINT
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They'll Mark
Father's Day
Temple Zion Sisterhood will mark
Father's Daj n N m laj at "A NRe
Out With Dai y "
The celebration will ae at the
Coconut Grove Playhouse, featur
ing a performance of "Torch Bear
ers."
The I.....Ij by George Kelly is
directed by Owen Phillips, and fea-
tures comedi nne Patsy Abbott.
Presentation is by the Acror. Civic
Theatre
Mrs. Gerald Lewis is in charge
of reservations.
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LeJeune Course Opening
Area golfers will have another
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City of Miami opens the first nine
hole- of its new LeJeune Course >n
Friday. Mayor Robert King High
and hi- fellow commissioners will
officiate at dedication ceremonies
beginning at 2 p.m.. after which
the golfers take over. Eight four-
some handicap groups from the Le-
Jeune club, already organized, will
be the first officially to play the
course.
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Friday, June 16, \<$\
VvCVAN OF THE WEEK
Th.' Fourth of Ju'.v means Afferent things to different people. To
si e, recalls the signing of the Declaration of Independence, but to
I | C 'hen the fireworks are in honor of the day she met her L
__________ she was only fourteenwith her hair
Pesetskys Take
Honeymoon Tour
A tour of N. Carolina was the
honeymoon plan of Mr. and Mrs
Walter Snail Pesetsky after their
marriage Sunday. June 11. at Tem-
ple EmanuEl. with Dr. Irving
Lehrman officiating. A reception
at the Dupont Plaza hotel followed
the ceremony
The bride is the daughter of the
late Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cone, of
Kansas City. Mo., and betore her
marriage lived with Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard S Wohlfield. 959 23 51
Hialeah. She attended the Univer-
sity of Florida and majored in el
mentarj education and was a
member of Alpha Eps :'".'
The gr.'.vr. son <>f Mr and Ml -
Hern-;.u Pesetsky, 521
No. Miami Beach att<
pigtails After that, she never went with any-
five years later, they were m
:-, \. ,ry books have it. they've lived college an has a la' i ...
fter. The couple have two sons. tne Universit> oi Miam
and Roy, both married and each with ternity is Upha E| -
tA0 t belongs to the Knigh -
Goldie v born an-', raised in Philadephia. and is currently ass
S J
GOLDIE
the City of B i- ve. Tin- q ute tit
tin for to write about Goldie is to write ab tut
; v i- a ..eep and abiding faith in God
n She also has faith in people.
Loves to meet, and in whom she
als liscovers so much good.
All of his life. Lou has been very temple-
minded which dovetails perfectly with Goldie's
own inclinations. Goldie was president oi
North Shore Jewish Center Sisterhood new
Temple Menorah. Currently, she ha>
finished her second term as president of Tem-
plc N'er Tamid Sisterhood, which she and Lou helped found. Unlike most
S >rhood presidents. Goldie takes part in other community activities.
representing her Sisterhood in these circles as often as possible.
SI las also found time to be a volunteer at Mt. Sinai Hospital, and
ju received her 700-hour pin. in the course of which she wore out two
uniforms. No drive is too much for Goldie. All the neighbors
I gn Ee the clack-clack of her very busy heels. Quick as a w ink. Goldie
achieve twice the good deeds output of the average person in an
era {e day.
Tj know Goldie is to love her. and the best way to describe her is in
terms > one who loves the Torah. and lives by it
* *
GATHERING OF THE CLAN
The Weinkle clan. 38 strong, all gathered together at Westview Coun-
ti .'.lib in honor of Mary | Mrs. Sol) Weinkle. who is leaving on her first
to Europe. Mary has always had the wanderlust and has read a lot
it the places she is going to visit. She has the happy faculty of en-
i ng everythingso the whole family are just as much excited about
I v's trip as Mary herself.
Placards for each couple were the flags of the various countries on
the itinerary. Everyone toasted Mary by writing a poem about her in ,
cob. of the countries. The hit poem was a parody of "Around the World
in 80 Days." written and sung by Reggie (Mrs I. Newton) Weinkle. The
l erpiece was a red and white plane with "Happy Flying Mary" print-
ed on it
A surprise gift came from Julian. Mary Nor ma, and Ernice Weinkle.
They gave her foreign money from each of the countries she will be .
v. ting.
Another honored guest was Mrs. Elizabeth Steinbeck, who is going
or the same trip. She and Mary are great friendsand expect to be
when they come home again.
The original Weinkle girl herself. Lena (Winnie) Weinkle. now Mrs
1 Chaikin. was right in the midst of all the fun. with Carl and Esther
V.. nkie.
* *
REJNION WHICH YEAR?
Two reunions at one time for Roz (Mrs. James) Katzman. who never
decs things by half. It was a University of Cincinnati reunion in Cincin
hati. According to the television commercials, all they do at reunions
i II each other how young they look and what kind of soap they use.
Then Roz went to the American Red Cross convention, which
j. ithered there at the some time. Roz was in the organization's Over
Service, and she had lunch with Sue Blackney. of Saginaw. Mich ,
with whom she went to India during World War II. Roz was with the
1 Air Force at Agra, site of the Taj Mahal. She was in charge of
i -attng Service Clubs and installing them.
At the convention. Ike Eisenhower's bridge partner. Gen. Alfred
Greenther. was principle speaker she said. Roz returned and plunged
i at back into the swing of things once again.

FAIR HARVARD
When Jonathan put on his cap and gown to walk down the aisle, he
was tBe third generation of Baskins to graduate from Harvard. His
' a I, Meyer (Mike), graduated in 1932. and his grandfather. Maurice, in
1911. It would have been Maurice Baskins' 50th college reunion this year.
All of the Baskins flew up for the grand occasion his mother.
Florence; two grandmothers. Mrs. Anna Gousten and Mrs Maurice Ba>-
K ; sister. Kathy, and brother. Mark; and of course. Mike.
Two days after graduation, the whole family will see Johnny off
from Boston Airport. He will attend the Alliance Francaise in Paris,
Studying French. When he comes back in the fall.Jonathan will work
toward a Master's in marine biology.
* *
ROBERT SPELLED BACKWARD
Joel and Bunny Meyer took their daughter. Jill, and set off for Wash
ingtOO, DC, to show her the sights before Bunny went to Boston for the
Brandeis convention. Jill will visit relatives all the way to Fryeburg. ;
M. where she is going to attend Camp Trebor. Bunny, herself, used
tc Jfi to that camp, which was named for one of the owners sons, Robert.
* *
FLY AWAY
This is what is considered a real vacation. Bob and Myrna Somer-
stein and their brand new baby, Michael Bennet. and his brothers, Scott
and Alan, and their nurse are on the way to Chicago, where they will I
leave their crew with Myrna's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gordon Then >
Bcu and Myrna are off to Providence and New York, free as a bird and i
rtudy to go to town.
the law firm o: Gertler
For her ding t'
Pesetskj chos
v.vr, lac< and a
French illusion v ling ii um a
cabba \ i se of organ .
Miss Barbara ". tsk;
as maid of honor, a:. : Mrs
Simkin was matron ol h n
ert Pesetsky. the bri legi
brother, was best man.
.' ;-
MRS. WALTER PESETSKY
Asher, Paskcw
Exchange Vows
Nancy Ellen, daughter oi Mr.
and Mrs Harry Paskow, 900 West
ave., and Harvey Ashi r a of Mr.
and Mrs Phillip Asher. of Passaic,
N.J.. were married Sunday a: South-
gate Towers. Rabbi Eugene Labo-
vitz officiated at the 6:30 p.m. cere-
mony, which was followed by a
reception and dinner
The bride wore a white mtermis-
, sion-length gown and carried white
orchids. Miss Doris Pa-kow was
maid of honor, and Laurie Asher
was bridesmaid.
Mr. Asher's best man was Arnold
Asher. and Larry Green served as
usher.
The fcrmer Miss Paskow attended
the University of Alabama, and
Alpha Ep^ilon Phi is her soroity.
Her husband graduated from the
University of Alabama and attend-
ed Vanderbile University medical
school.
After a honeymoon in Miami
Beach, the young couple will reside
in Nashville. Tenn.
MRS. HARVEY ASHi'
Wronker, Cohen
United in Rite-
Ira < hen and Davi
er were married Saturda> evening
Jure 10. in the Seville hoi
The new bride is the da
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Coh
Bay dr.. Miami Beach, and
ed Miami Beach High School.
Her husband's parents an I
and Mrs. Carl Wronker. 9775 S*
15 St. He also attended Miami
Beach High, and served in the i 5.
Army.
Cord and Games Party
Greater Miami Auxiliary' of &
American Medical Center at Dea-
ver is having a card and sanies
party. Wednesday evening. June
28. at the Belmar hotel.
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Briferina Gown
For Miss Paul
ana Paul and Dr. David
(, Pin isky i I i n riage
v is 5 mday. Jun ii at -h.> r>u-
i nl i iaza hotel. Rabbi Norman
v ipii and Cantor William Lipson
atcd at the 7:30 ceremony,
- toll I by a reception
r at the lotel.
Dai bter of Mr. and Mrs. Max
1 Paul, of 43 Samana dr.. Bay
I ne bride was attended by
h ster, Mr- ('..'raid Siskind,
or< a b il in i-length gown
Lilly lace and silk organza
yith a fitted bodice and off-
li ; neckline Her double but-
fell I forv ar I cap
or. ; 1)1''- ms and organza
... .; she tarried a Bible and
, ids.
oom is tie son of Mrs.
A.an i oosky a id the late Sam-
i P nosky. and hi> best man
V..- Aaron P.nosky. his bro-
l.
I hi lormer Miss Paul is a grad-
uate oi 'lami Senior High and at-
the Universities of Florida
v'lami. Her husband is an
alumnus of the University of South
l irolina and the Medical College
South ( arolina. He is presently
resident fn psychiatry at Jack-
sun Memorial Hospital.
Mici a wedding trip to the Ba-
hamas, rhe young couple will re-
side a: 2535 Hiawatha ave.. Coco-
nut Grcve.
Diane's Betrothal
Told by Berks
Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Berk. 2101
SW 7 ave., announce the engage-
ment : Allan Berk, son of Mr. and Mr.-.
it Boflki of Orlando. Fla.
I'he bude-to-be is a graduate of
bijgh and attended the Uni-
ler.-ity oi Florida
Ii I iiance is an alumnus of
Rd^ewater Hi-h and the Univer-
' i'-irida. where he was pies
i Tau Fpsilon Phi and a
i of Florida Blue Key, and
H i oi Fame.
mg couple will be mar
. 3.
Joel Cutlers Will
Live in Houston
Mr. and Mrs. Joel Monroe will
make their home in Houston. Tex.,
following a honeymoon in Nassau.
The former Miss Jacqueline
Hayle Frogel and Mr. Cutler ex-
changed nuptial vows Sunday
June 11. at the Algiers hotel, with
David Shapiro and Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun officiating at the 6
o'clock ceremony, which was fol-
lowed by a reception.
Their parents are Mr. and Mrs
Frank Frogel, Hollyv od, Fla..
and Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Cutler
Oi New Orleans. La
The bride were a floor-length
gown ol candehght satin with alen-
ron lacce, seed pearls and sequins.
It featured a cathedra] train with
' aPl ';- I "'- a i( top neck and
~;;""' -''' i Ipiece was
' \ and
the boi quet was a oi white
orchid' ;, |
Maid and matro ol honor were
Gayle Cutler an G rd in Si-
monds, an San ,
san Scheinblum, brid tsmaids.
The newly-wed Ii I Cutler
is a graduate of Soul I iward
High in Hollj ivood and i at-
tending the Unii ersily of Miami and
the School ol X-Raj technology
at Jackson Memorial Hospital.
Best man to the groom was Wal-
lace Mann. Richard Martin. Steve
Frogel, Allan Scheinblum and Dave
Galerston served as ushers
Mr. Curler attended Indiana Uni-
versity and lias a degree in petro-
leum engineering from Oklahama
University. He is a member of Sig-
ma Alpha Mu social fraternity and
i- currently on the chief engineer-
ing stall of Texaco in Houston.
Comes Nighl Scheduled
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Abe Ilor
rowita Post of JWV was to sponsor
rni night Thursday at the
I nified bldg.
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Norma Klein and Albert Rosen-
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8. at Temple Emanu-El. Rabbi
I Leo Heim officiated at the 5 o'clock
ceremony, which was followed by
a reception.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
.Mrs. Herman Kass, 940 Eighth st..
Miami Beach, wore white chantilly
lace over satin with chapel-length
train, and her French illusion veil
fell from a tiara of seed pearls.
Maid of honor was Miss Joanne
Fox.
The former Miss Klein attended
the University <>f Miami and is a
graduate of Jackson Memorial Hos-
pital School of Nursing.
Her husband, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Victor Rosenfeld, of Tel Aviv. Is-
rael, is a graduate of Hebrew Uni-
versity in Jerusalem and is present-
ly working toward an MA degree
at the University ol Miami.
Wedding trip was to Jamaica. ,
Lynne, WeSlman
Are Married
Dr. Irving Lehrman officiated at.
the marriage of Judith Ellen Well-
man, daughter of Mrs Harriet Well-
inman. 1015 West ave.. to Charles
Michael Lynne on Saturday even-
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Maid of honor was Mary Nadlc.
and Denis Cohen and Susan Sager
were bridesmaid*.
The new bride is an alumna ol
Miami Beach High, and attended
the Florida College of Mediccal
Technology.
The groom, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Lynne. 911 Third st.. Miami
Beach, also graduated from Miami
Beach High, attended the Univer-
sities of Miami and Florida, and is.
now a sophomore at the UM school
of medicine.
His best man was Ronald Well-
man, and ushers were Robert Lun-1
i ne and Robert Goldwyn.
When they return from a wedding ;
: trip through the Smoky Mountains.
' the young couple will be at home!
! at 7435 SW 57 ave.. Miami.
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She Attends
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Miami musician Ruth Broti in
recently attended the Dr. Nahum
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At her table were Philip Klutz-
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Friday. June 15. 1961
----- T^T Lji I. I ushers were Edward Ludaeer. Ken-
Full Chapel Train For Miss Hank:n neth Hankin. George a- and
P.nrrt M:inil
Rabbi Yaakov R ;. of
delphia. Pa., an: ti N'or-
Shapiro. spiritual Leader of
Da\id Congregation here, of-
. ted at the wedding oi Miss
?;..anor Ruth Hankin and Calmon
Berslni Ro June 11. at the Seville hotel, where
0 .eception and dinner followed
the 6:30 p.m. ceremony
2 a lighter tf Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
W. Hankin. 6565 Santona St.. Coral
G tea, the bride wore a gown of
:e silk organza with SCOOP neck-
It and brief sleeves accented
vw- trapunta embroidery.
H i Bs-line skirt v as Ira
to the back in a soft bustle and
nded into a full chapel train.
Tn French illusion veil teil from
b ( lapeau of lace trimmed with
S < pearls, and the bouquet was
ol white butterfly and princess
rctes.
Matron of honor was the groom's
sister. Mrs. Irwin Reimer. and
MftrUyn Berkowitz was maid of
honor. Barbara Mann served as
brii'esmaid.
The grooms parents are Mr.
and Mrs. David Park. 5921 SW 27
-;.. and his brother-in-law. Irwin
Reimer. was best man Serving as
Miss Weiner
In Silk Organza
The Governor's Club hotel in Ft.
Labderdale was the site of the wed
d.r>. and reception of Miss Sandra
Judith Weiner and Ira Leslie Her
shkewitz on Sunday. June 11. Rabbi
Benno Wallach officiated at the
5 3' p.m ceremony.
1 bride altenaed Boston L'ni-
Vi -.:y and the University of Flori-
d and is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. George C. Weiner. 3662 SW
]- -t Ft. Lauderdale.
her wedding, she chos i a
silk organza and lace ballerina-
1, :.h. princess style gown, and
. attended by Irma Joy Weiner.
litr husband's parents are Mr.
Mrs Morris Hershkowitz. He
u: educated at the Academy of
Aeronautics. Pratt and Whitney
Aircraft. Fred Landau was his
bfcM man.
After a honeymoon in Nassau,
tr.c newlyweds will live in West
Pal.tl Beach.
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HE3REW LITURGY
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Choir Director
Beth Torah Congregation
Seeks Choir Director for
fRIDAY StRVICeS and
HIGH HOLY DAYS
Call M. Tannenbaum
Wl 5-5371
Barry Mann.
The new Mrs Ros< w a
graduate of Miami Senior High
Schcol and attended Fl i S
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Miami. She is
Miami Junior Haias$ah and a
her of B'na: 3'nth Girls.
Her husband graduated from
Coral Gables High School, attended
the University of Chicago, and is
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Friday. June 16, 1961
*Jewist fkvridfi&n
Miss Kaplan Now
Mrs. Fromberg
Arlyne Honey Kaplan, daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kaplan,
was married with her grand-
mothers ring to MalcolmH From
berg, son of Mr. and Mrs Bernard
Fromberg. of Chicago, m.. n Sun-
day, June 11. at the Eden Roc ho-
tel. Dr. Irving Lehrman officiated
ai the noon ceremony,
followi d i \
Pcge 11-B
which wa-
ii reception and lunch
k Aiiin i:
MRS. MALZOLM fROMBERG
con
F'"' !i : wedding, the bride chose
a traditional gi wn of ecru chan-
nils lace with > >ed pearls embroid-
ered around the neck and slei ves
and a bouffa it illusion veil
carried st< k and orchids on her
i onfirmation Bible.
Mrs Lynn Fromberg and Micke>
Fierberg were matron and maii
oi honor, and bridesmaids include*
Man< ie Feitel. Susan Beldncr Rnr
bara Kaplan, Denise Sparbet, Willa
Sue Susskind and Glenn Gordon.
Serving his brother as besl man
was Lynn Fromberg. Billy Kap-
lan, Jordan Nerenberg. Stanley
Eckerling, Newton Bernstein, Da-
vid Kaplan. Burton Young, Judge
Arthur Snyder and Jcronu Stern
were ush( rs.
Benefit Weekend fcwri&n Urjer: Kbt'wi
At Beach Hotel
The Seville hotel will he the
scene of a honetit weekend. June
23 through 25. for the new building
fund of Kanonal Children's Car
diac Hospital.
The entin facilities of the hotel,
in addition to a cocktail party, two.
brunches, two dinners, entertain-
ment-, and bathing, will be at tht
disposal of the guests
Cost of the weekend will be $37
per coupli $45 will entith
parents one child.
Resen ations may 1 ade hj
cailin. | lip Bendi
ident
Mrs Mi pter '
presi lent, who
arrange :-..< is,
Miarn; H e or e w Congregation
BoWling League held a dinner par-
"y Sund- l the ftoauville hotel
for 65 team mem he: s
Trophies were awarded, and en-
tertainment was provided bj the
"Playmates of Tans'" revue Max
Taube was in charge of arr
mi;."..-.
J
LEONARD KORNREKH

\\', n-i Ka
MRS. MURRAY KANE
Rtioinj Attorneys Promoted
q tartars, Third U.S. Army,
1 McPhi rson, via., has announced
promotion of the following of-
- in the Judge Advocate Corps
the L'.S. Army Reserve: Lt. Col,
- lord S. Faunce, fifioi s\V 126 st.
. id rapt. David M. Gonshak,
SW 2] tor. Roth are practicing
yers in Miami presently at-
. to the 11th JAG Detachment.
' Miami.
Miss Savransky j
Weds Physician
Dr and Mrs. Murraj Lee Kane
left for a tr.p through the south-
western United States and Mexico
followi! g their marriage and a re-
ception Tuesdaj evening. June 13.
at the Algiers hotel, with Rabbi
Max Lipscbitz officiating.
The new onde is the former Mar
cia Savransky, daughter o! Mr. and
Mrs. Aaron Savransky. 651 Jeffer-
son ave. She has been teaching
at Highland Park Elementary
School, having graduated summa
cum laude from the University of
Miami school of music in l-'ebruary.
She is a member of Alpha Lamb-
da Delta, national women- hono-
rary: Sigma Alpha Iota, music hon-
orary; Phi Kappa Phi. scholastic
honorary; Alpha Sigma Epsilon:
Hillel Fi ndi lion; Th< ta Delta, re-
ligion ht norary; the Ami
Musici logical Society; and Kappa
Delta P ed ication honorary
For h< r v i Iding she chose a
gown ol orga and
char.-. Ij ice. with seed p
crusted bodice and tram. She car-
i white roses and orchid- and
was attended by Natalie Fried.
Son Of Mr and Mrs MiKo
Kant 1052 M l?6 ter.. No. Miami
I a<:: thi groon is .. r< cent gradu
ate ot t h e Universitj ol Miami
school of medicine. He is -i mem-
ber of Phi Beta B< ta. biology hono-
rary. Delta Theta Mu. arts and
science honorary, and the Univer-
sity ol Miami Circle.
His brother, ( narlei Kane, served
as best
The ill l] < .....ve in
Calif. here Di Kan* will in-
-,:: at Los Vng( les Coui > Hosj i
tal.
Beach Student
Wins Honors
Leonard Kernreich, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Anton Kornreich. of 536
-. Miami Beach, has been
graduated from the Chicago Jew-
ish Acadt my as valedictorian and
top student ol his class.
Le mard. who graduated from
the Hebrew Academy Junior High
School m June. 1959, as valedic-
torian of his class, completed the
three-year senior high school
course in two years with a straight
A average.
Leonard plans to continue his
studies at the University oi Miami
medical school, and is aiming for
a career ir. psychiatry. He has
just accepted a four-year renew-
able scholarship to the U. of M.
Despite the heavy schedule of
studies he will carry at the uni-
versity, he also plans to devote a
certain amount ot time each dav
to continue his Hebrew studies
During his a< ceh rated but briel
in, i scnool Career, Leonard has
been captain of the basketball and
baseball teams. active in
soho. ..... .'..:.
Rosenthals at Home
Dr Mrs Albert E. Rosen-
thai have returned after sever
weeks in New York, where Mrs
Rosenthal spent most of the time
l\ Mt. Sinai Hospital. Friends re-
pert her well on the- road to re-
covery.
Delegates
Attend Confab
es chapter of
; sent delegati
bers t: District 5 i on enl ol
th at the Americai o
tel lasl
Named were Mesdames li ing
::>.. Jack Sternslen, I
r. Sam Kurland, Sol R a
port, Frank Smulson. Sidnej Suss,
5 Haskoe, David Sachs d
Sam \< berg.
Also attending were Mesdames
AI Bass, Arthur Bassman, AI IVag-
ner, Arthur Rosinek, and David
Fibs.
Women's Group
Picks Officers
Mr.-. Maurice Peller. newly-elect-
ed pn I of t i< 48 and One Auxi-
liary, ac epted the gavel from re-
tiring president Mrs. Charles Stahl,
a' the home i1 Mrs, Max Hockstadt,
3084 Blaim si
Reelected were Mesdames Karl
Hartenstein, vice president; Martin
Jacobs, financial secretary; Leon
Schneelicht, treasurer: newly-elect-
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secretar.i. and Mrs. Leo Schuster,
corresponding secretary.
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+Je*ist>Fk>ridian
Hebrew Academy ninth grade graduating class includes first
iow seated (left to right) Marlene Williams, Saundra Lipman,
Frances Greenberg, Robin Dickman, Miriam Geiger. and Joan
Nancy Saltz. Second row are Donald Swartz, assistant prin-
cipal, English department, Arthur Resnlk, Jack L. Farber, Ron-
ald Katz, Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal, David Azrak,
Bernard Lipman, Jeiry Kramer, Rabbi Morris L. Korcvitz, as-
sistant principal, Hebrew department. Third row are Bernard
Meson. Sidrey Strajcher, Edward Zemel, Shlomo Caplan,
Eavid Luchins Joel Kornreich, George Sternstein.
Testimonial Due
For Union Man
A testimonial dinner and dance
a: the Diploma; Country Club on
Saturday. July 8, will honor Ger-
ald Greenfield, president of the
Meat Cuittrs Union, ard for more'
than six years president of Temple
B'nai Sholoir. in Opa-locka.
Patrick E Gorman, secretary-
treasurer of t.ie Amalgamated
Meat Cutters Union of Chicago, i
will be principal speaker. .abbi'
Sheldon Edwards, director of Hillel
Foundation at me University of
Iowa. Jack Gordon, of Washington
Federal Savings and Loan Assn.,
and Leon SthachKr. national legis-
lative director of the union in Wash-
ington, are co-cha.rmen of the eve-
ning.
Greenfield has more than 25
ytars of ac'.:\< lembership in the
labor movement as organizer and
union official. He came here from
Newark. N J.. in 1947. as an in-
ternational representative and be-
came active in synagogue life. Is-
rael Bond drives, Hi&ladrut, and
religious cducut.un.
Gr< his wife and family
live in Carol City His mother and
Bistei Mrs Edward Sirkin, live
on Miami Bjach.
Greenfields are also cele-
brating their 22nd wedding anni-
versary. They were married in
19i9 by Dr. Irving Lehrman, then
of Montclair, N..J.
Reservations are available at
P.O. Box 122. Opa-locka.
Kenneth Mihtein Bar Mitzvah
Temple Menorah will be the site
of the Bar Mitzvah of Kenneth, son
of Mrs. Shirley Milstein, 7985
CJrespi blvd., on Saturday morning.
June 17. with Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz officiating.
Kenneth is a student at Nautilus
Junior High and the Temple's re-
ligious school.
Emanu-EI Players
Elect Mitnick
Myron J. Mitnick has been elect-
ed president of the Temple Emanu-
El Players, the congregation's
Theatre Group which presented
Shingle On Flakier Street" at the
Miami Beach Auditorium in April.
Mitnick succeeds Leonard Glick-
man, lounding president of the
ijroup. Also elected to serve during
1961-62 are the following officer-:
Charles Rosenblatt, first vice
president; Mrs. Bernard Selevan,
second vice president; Mrs. Sam-
uel Ginsberg, treasurer; Mrs Mild-
red Hillman, recording secretary;
Elliott Harri?. financial secretary;
Mrs Jimmy Rosenstrauch. histori-
an; and Mrs. Ruby Levin, advisor
j to the board.
Board of directors includes Mrs.
Milton Blum, Mrs. Sol Geltman,
! Mrs. Leonard Glickman, Mrs. Hy-
i Ian Kout, Dr. Seymour Kreisler.
I Mrs. Jack S. Popick, Rubin Levin.
Jimmy Rosenstrauch and Michael
J Schachter.
wwrr-w,
'-
19 Graduate From
Hebrew Academy
Irvin W. Katz. principal of Mi-
ami Beach Senior High School, j
said in an address Wednesday to j
the graduating class of the ninth
grade of the Hebrew Academy
that "you may consider yourselves
fortunate that you have been af-
forded an Academy education,
which emphasizes the ethical and
moral teachings of the Torah in
synthesis with an intensive general
studies course."
In a clear reference to Amer-
ica's man-in-^pace program. Katz
told the graduates that "we should
devote as much energy, time and
brain power to rocketing our con-
cepts of the basic dignities of man
to the rest of the world as we do
in striving for superiority in space
exploration."
Ceremonies for the 19 graduates
were held at the Algiers hotel.
Jack L. Farber, valedictorian,
received the $100 Rose and Sam-
uel Ritter Scholarship Award.
Other citations were Louis Mer-
witzer Salutatorian Award to
Ronald Katz; Rose and Harry
Genet Hebrew Studies Award to
Shlomo Caplan; Samuel Reinhard
Bible Award to Joan Nancy
Saltz; Jewish Floridian Journal-
ism Award to David Luchins;
Hebrew Academy Ivrit Award to
Marlene Williams; Alumni Award-
Midot Tovot (character) Award
to Bernard Mason; Hebrew Acad-
emy PTA Service Award to Sid-
ney Strajcher; Hebrew Academy
Women Math Award to Bernard
Lipman; and Hebrew Academy
Science Award to Joel Kornreich.
A special narration entitled Ju-
daism and Time'- was presented
by Hobin Dickman. Frances Green-
berg and George Sternstein.
Chairman of the evening was
Saundra L:pman. The invocation
was delivered by Edward Zemel,
and the benediction was recited
by David Azrak. Salutatory ad-
dress was presented by Ronald
Katz. Diplomas were distributed
by Rabbi Morris L. Horovitz. as-
sistant principal. Hebrew depart-
ment, and Alexander Moscovits.
chairman of the board of educa-
tion of the Academy. Class Will
for the ninth grade was read by
Miriam Geiger and Marline Wil-
. liams.
Presentation of the class gift was
made by Arthur Resnik to Donald
1 Swartz. assistant principal, Eng-
lish department. Final charge to
the graduating class was made
by Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal.
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Second Tops' Concert Features Fiorato,
Tws Stars of New York City Ballet
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MCQUES DAMBOISE
|N. DCfde Lodge
firs Citation
\ I Dais L^dge 2043 has been
| : th membership citation
pj I n?.i B'rith Grand Lodge, Dis-
Irtcl 5, at tns district annual con-
irenti n at the American hotel. The
fcn 5( nl ition .. 3- made for the lar^-
itnber of. members enrolled
(luring -.he past year.
Lodge president. Stanley C. Gold-
I,:_ (i 1461 NW 132 st.. was award-
i Outstanding Lodge Presi-
tliii: '.itation "in recognition of
selfless dedication to the hu-
Y an Ideals and program of
E rith evidenced by his singu-
fective qualities of leader-
\ id perfirmance as president
\orth Daie lodge."
The second concert of the Uni-
v:'lMi> "f Miami Summer Sym.
Phony Orchestras ;>,*." Sl,,,,.s
on .Sy.d.y wang*-*, Th-? air-con-
<"';'""v| "'a" Auditorium
will reature two notable dancing
Stars of the New York City Ballet
Company, Jacques D Amboise and
Patricia Wilde, and the ensemble's
gifted conductor, Hugo Fiorato.
D'Amboise's a id Miss Wilde's
program will include two pas de
deux. Tchaikovsky's fanui.a:- Black
Swan from "Swan Lake.- and tin
exciting Sou- -: -s ars am'
Stripes" balli irk i immis-
sioned by the Ballet Society ol
America, with [raphy by
tlie famed Ge :, ilanchine.
Fiorato, w*io scored, an out-
standing hit >n hit irst two ap-
psarances with t.-. Summer Sym-
phony in 1959 a"d 1960, is rated
as one of the most gifted and
successful young American con-
ductors on the concert stage to-
day. He has appealed with the
National Symonony in Washing-
ton and many leading orchestras
of the world, and recently con-
cluded an engagement in Japan
and a conductorial chore at the
Boston Arts Fas'ival.
Works to be heard include El-
gar's Temp a::i Circumstance,"
the third movement from Tchai-
kovsky's "Pathetique" Symphony
(Marche Scherzo), Strauss' "Art
ist's I.ilV.'' ar.d Td lydn's "Military
Symphony." Fiorato. a, former stu-
dent of U.M Symphony ftrander and
conductor Arr.old Vo'.Be. has do-
nated the full k>r^vor.the "Mil-
itary Symphony' t ; the orchestra's
library in commemoration of the
!)'_:id anniversary if the late Dr.
Volpe's birth Ju:y &-<-
D'Amboise, 26-year-old native of
Dedham, Ma--., is one of the most
active young dancers appearing
before the public tOftay. Since
-
This enthusiastic group of "Florida Boosters"
took oft Sunday from Miami to London aboard
Cunaid Eagle Airways, eager to promote
stronger business cultural, and tourist bonds
between the people of Great Britain and Flor-
ida. M^mbors of the entourage were (left to
right) V/i;l:arn B. Ray, Florida Development
Commission; Mrs. John Hillgoth, wife of Cu-
nard Ea-le representative; Helen Thomas; C.
Mozert; Mary Thomas; Capt. Colin Davis;
Mrs. Jack Rose, wife of Cunard Eagle repre-
sentative; Russell Leu, Florida Development
Commission; C. M. Hook, sr., Orlando; L. D.
Colyer, Palm Beach Ferry; Her.iy Colerr.ar..
Daytona Beach, State Chamber of Commerce;
Morion G. Nelson; Jack Rose; and B. Mozert,
Silver Springs, Fla.
oining the New York City Ballet also has been a principal dancer the Ballet Interf.a'ionai in New
lompanj in l!)4!). he has appeared with the Metropolitan Opera Com- York City. In 1950. at the invita-
.n motion pictures "Seven Brides pany and a guest artist with the t!on of choreographer George Bai-
lor Seven Bro;hers"i. Broadway San Francisco Bali.-t Company, ianchine, she joined the New York
shows ("Shinbone Alley",, and on Miss v.Tidc. Ca-.adian by birth, Ci* B*"<* Company.
television r-Sounds of America", started dancing lessons at the age She toured with the group thro
a one-hour Disneyland spectacular i of five. Shi! first appeared pro- Europe, the Far East, Australia
broadcast last Apnl. D'Amboise 'fessionally at the age of 14 with land the Philippines.
lack Friedman Gets Award
During commencement exercises
on June 9 at Ada Merritt Junior
High School,
Jack, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Ruben
Friedman, 121 S\V
19 rd.. received
the Albert L.
Isaac Award, giv-
en to the student
with the highest
scholastic aver-
i age in the gradu-
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Friday. June IS, I351
,-*s a gift to subscr-'be'-s, The Jew;>h Flcridiai w:il ere??-" free
for the asking a corsage to each mother c; a Bar cr 3as "' tz
Requests should be iddressed to Corsage re >o- P.O. Box
2973, Miami 1, Fla ane month in advance. Include I ie name
of the Bar or Bas Mitzvah date and piace c; the ceremony,
'ome address and reiepnone number. The corsage will be
4orwarded to you courtesy of Blackstone Fiower Shops in time
for the occasion.
John Schewel
Kabbi Lecn Kronish iciate
at the Bar Mitzvah of John Alan,
son of Mr. and lira Stante)
Schewel. 980 S. Shore dr ::i Sat-
urday morning, June 17. a
pit Beth Sholom.
John is a studer.:
pit's confirmation 1

Tern-
....
Bruce Heiken
Far Mitzvah of Bruce, son of Dr.
and Mrs. Murray Heiken, will be
*?m
.0- continue In the remple'a confir-
mation cia.-<
Following the cerei.....y, Bruce"s
arenrs will host the KWdushiin
;. honor.
*
Locis Rappa?; "
Louis Charles. -- E Mr an :
Mrs. Sol J. R->. 91 SW
11 st.. will be Bar Mitzvah during
Saturday morning services, June
17. at Temple Beth Am. with Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard officiating.
The Bar Mitzvah is an eighth
grade student at West Miami Jun-
ior High and attends Beth Am's
religious school.
He is a great-grandson of Rev.
Solomon Rappaport. of West End
Synagogue in New York City, and
is a direct descendant of Rabbi
Solomon Judah Loeb Rappaport.
Grand Chief Rabbi of Prague. Aus-'
tria.
Dwight Rene* Oovid Creeiarf
Eugene Labovitz officiating.
The Bar Mitzvah attends N'auti
lus Junior High and the Temple's
religious school.
A reception in his honor will fol-
low services.
Norwood Wilner
Hfioff Sotim
Jeffrey Akrami
man N Shapiro officiating.
Jeffrey is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Shenandoah Junior High
and attends Beth David's religious
school.
Elliott Sl-->
Rabbi Morns Skop will officiate
at the Bar Mitzvah if El Meal,
son of Mr and Mrs. B rn ir : Sutta.
grandson ot Mr. and Mrs. William
Friedman, and nephew ol Judge
and Mrs Milton A. Friedman, dur-
ing Saturday morning ..vices
June 17. at Temple Judea
Elliott was school spelling cham-
pion for two years at Coral Cables
Elementary, and is presently an
honor student at Ponce de Leon
Junior High He is alsa an ac-
complished pianist
Israel Bender
Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute
.... >e the site >l the Bar Mil
: Israel Milton son >l Mr and
Mrs Meyer Bender, of Havana.
and 7721 Dickens ave., Sat-
urday morning. June 17. with Dr.
;-, ic Ever officiating
Israel Is a seventh grade student
at Nautilus Junior High and at-
s the Institute's religious
school
*
David Bertner
David, son of Mr and Mrs Mor-
ris Bertner. will become Bar Mitz-
leui's Rappaport Robert Grand
observed during Saturday morning
services, June 17. at Temple Zion.
Bruce, a reventh grade honor stu-
dent at West Mi*mi Junior High.
1- on the Dean's List He 1
class reporter, and won third
in the 1961 Science Fair H plans
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Robert Grand
Robert Allan, son of Mr. and
Mts. Harry Grand, will be Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday morning,
lune 17. at Temple Zamora, with
Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz officiating.
The Bar Mitzvah is an honor
student at Shenandoah Junior High
and plays trumpet in the school
band.
His parents will hast the Kid-
dush in his honor following the
ceremony.
* *
Dwight Bor**
Tifereth Israel Congregation will
be the site of the Bar Mitzvah of I
Dwight Borses. son of Mr. and ,
Mrs Gordon Pearce. grandson of
Mrs. Shirley Levine. and great-
grandson of Jacob Levine. on Sat-
urday morning. June 17. Rabbi
Nathan H. Zwitman will officiate.
Dwight .- an eighth grade stu-
dent at Horace Mam j: High
and has the agrega-
tion's relig >us sen >r two
years.
w
David Graubart
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will
officiate a: the Bar Mitzvah )f
David Charles 3 n >f Mr and Mrs.
Samuel Graubart.8909 Irving ave..
on Saturday morning June 17, at
Temple Menorah
David attends Nautilus Junior
High and the Temples religious
school.
Reception and dinner in bis honor
will be given Saturday evening at
the Americana hue'
Norwoad Wttoer
Norwood son of Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Wilner. w 11 be Bar Mitzvah
on Saturday morning, June 17, at
Temple Ner Taniid. with Rabbi
vah at Temple Emanu-El on Sat
He has attended the Temple s ||. morning. June 17. Dr. Irv-
Hebrew school for three years and Lehrman will officiate.
Sunday school for six
His parents will host the Kiddush
following services and hold an open -"- Wa f *** Juo.H,?;nn
house reception Sunday afternoon Boy Scout. He attends Temple
at their home.
Coral Gables.
1335 Sorolla ave..
Jeffrey Abrams
Services at Beth David on Sat Mrs. Sara Gershenson, 2248 SW 18
urday morning. June 17, will in- St., will be observed during Satur-
clude the Bar Mitzvah of JeK'rey. Jay morning services. Jun? 17. at
son of Mr. and Mrs. Myer Abrams. Beth David, with Rabbi Norman
2385 SW 25 st with Rabbi No* Shaoiro officiating
Harry is a seventh gra i -
at Shenandoah Junior H,,
ends Beth David's religious -
*
Minna Lefelang
Minna, daughter of Mr ind Kn
Morris I.ehlang. will be Bas "
vah during Friday evening s sr
June id. at CODgtegataor
Moshe. with Rabbi Sheldon S
metz officiating.
Minna is a student at North
ami Junior High. Her .
sponsor the Oneg Shaboa
honor.
* -
Jay Gerber
Jay David Gerber. son oi Mrs
Ida Gerber. will celebrate his 3a'
Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-El ai
Saturday morning services
17. Dr. Irving Lehrman will
date.
Jay is a seventh grade st
at the Ida M. Fisher Junior 1-iigii
David is an eighth grade student School and attends Temple Eauitfr
El religious school.

Oren Leblang
Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz wi
ficiate at the Bar Mitzvah of 0
son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
lang. during Saturday m
services. June 17. at Congrega
Yehudah Moshe
Oren is a student at Nor:
ami Junior High. A Kiddus
Emanu-El religious school
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Harry Gershenson
Bar Mitzvah of Harry, son of
m
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Friday. June 16. 1961
Group
LubavStch
Anniversary Fete
Greater Miami will join Jewish
communities throughout the world
;- i relay in celebrating the anniver-
sary of the release from prison of
:! late Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi
J, L Schneersohn.
Rabbi Schneersohn was impn-
irfud in Russia during the summer
< i 3927 for his leadership in main-
ly, rung Jewish religious practice
and institutions.
]n the face of Bolshevik restric-
i ;ns. he had established an under-
jMund of religious schools through-
i ul Russia, and was imprisoned for
that "offense." Because of Rabbi
chneersohn's worldwide renown,
"nssian authorities were finally
fcrced to release him.
Rabbi Schneersohn left Russia
to arrive in Poland, where he re-
turned his work, but did net for
get the plight of Russian Jewry.
A'-fn the Naxi hordes invaded
Poland, Rabbi Schneersohn was
trough? to America, where he
!.rttl lished a Yeshiva.
At this time, the Lubavitcher
T'cbte founded the Merkos L'lnyo-
- < i Chinuch, a central organization
loi traditional Jewish education.
'cray headed by his son-in-law.
Rabbi M. M. Schneersohn.
Flrrida region of the organiza-
r will Sunday play host to a
i t cation from the Merkos at-a
irtion in the Strath Haven hotel
; p.m. Program will include a
vie and lecture on "Chabad
( Fsidism."
. : Ci Joseph Rackovsky. spirit-
ader of Beth Tfilah Conpre-
!ien. was this week joined by
hat-bis Solomon Schiff. Beth El
-rc.at.on. and Sherwin Stau-
Young Israel, in urging the
munity to attend the Sundaj
uception in honor of the visiting
gation.
* Jm/sii fkrMtori
Pooe 15-B
1-EGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
.EGAL NOTICE
i Hlaleah, PI. rids
'* '->-: sa 6 nan i with ih.
.'"". '. H .' rioi i>.,.
ountj
FLORIDA rEARS & SYSTEMS, INC.
I orpi ration
B H LRRY FROHMAN, Prei
Attest MILTON B. Wi IOLF,
Si en laix
AR< NO\ TZ, SILVER* SCHBR
AttOI:.. ...- ir i
! Qiare fi System* ln<
"'' Ainu > i '<: Miami l, Fla
____________________ 16-23-31 1 '.
Wnm J. I. SCHNEEtSOHN
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HKRKBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fiotitio.is name of
KEY RENDEZVOUS at 6?4 Cramlon
Boulevard. Key Blscayne, Dade Coun-
ty, Horida intends to register Mid
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
Gl'STAV GSCHKEY
GEORGE, AMES & K1TTKR
Attorneys for Custav Oschrey
1K.0 8.W. First street
Miami 36. Florida
6/9-16-I'H-KO
OLit.
targes
RABBI HERMAN SHAPIRO
' 7060 BW S st.. di< (1 June 12 H(
: w. ii Side Synagogue In
fork and on his retirement sev-
-. re ago, came here. Ht- Is aur-
i y son and two daughters.
uei prere In Nw Y-rk with Riv-
Memorial Chapel in chargt I
rai ments.
.
HARRY SOLOMON
41 W. Flagler at., died .Inn. 10
ame here 14 years aco and wai
d n th< Miami Herald's com-
room. Surviving an a si n
..r. a brother and two slater*
rea .re .lime 11 at Gordon Fu-
ll,.i .. with military iit. ai
f David cemetery by th- \i irraj
Posl !13, Jewish War Vet-
- named after Mr Solomon's n r
VRS. LEAH MUSIC
v". Flagler si died luni t
me here 18 yean go f1 New
- rvl vi
two soni and
w. < -.'..-
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 52961-C
in RE: Estate of
JAMES JOSEPH FURN1S8
Iii ceast d.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
11 All Cr< re iid \: Pi r i Hav-
ing Clannc .i Demands Against Said
Estate:
You an erebj tlfied and quit -
ed to present any c'.a nd d< i niIf
whi. !. } I : ..'.. .....:.-; ; ...
I AMES JOSEPH iT'Ais-
'.:.. '.:.. !',. .
da, ti iht I > j i 11 : ; .
. th.
: n thi :-.-
I Ci mtj P -rida a ... ..-
- from i :. data I ih<
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TH M \> F Fl'RNISS
SARI K1M1

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8/16-23-
IN THE CCL\-<- JUDGE S COURT
IN AND FOR DACE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
Nc E3034-A
RE: Estl t<
i ELI i' >l R RAY, u a
I B RAY
asi .i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All Creditors and All P...... Hav-
ing Claims -i Demands Against Said
Estati
You ar< hereby notifitd and requlr-
uresenl any clal >- and demands
whl h -"i maj hav against the ea-
tati of BELLFOUR B RAT, a h a
i i RAV, deceased late of Dade
County, Florida, to the County Judges
of Dade County, and f ;- the same in
thi office* h lh( C( i'ity Courthouse
in Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months fr< i i th '..: oi :he
flral publication hercf, 01 th- a:'-e
will in barred.
,-tani.KY M. PRED
DAVI1 GOODMAN
(*. Km I Itl -
STANLEY M I :
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 6212
NORMA TILLER JACKSON
P aintitf,
M-
JA.MKS D. JACKSON,
Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: JAMES I). JACKSON.
Residence unknown.
You are hereby notified to serve a
COp> of your answer to the suit for
divorce riled against >ou by the Hain-
an. Norma Tiller Jackson, on olain-
tifts attorney, W. Kent Jameson, 1764
N.W. 36th Street, Miami, Florida, and
rile the original with the clerk of the
undersiimtd court vn or before Juh
14, 1961. or judgment by default wiil
i entered against you.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 13th
day of June. 1961."
t- F LEATHERMAN, Clerk
C rouil Court, iade County, Florida
(seal) By: E H. l.ANWAY,
1>. puty Clerk
6/16--J3-30, 7/7
CERTIFICATE OF
CO^rORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME *ND BY THE
AJTHCRITV OF THE STATE
CF FLORIDA
Tl WH IM HESE PRES-
ENTS s;. i ,!K. GREETINOSi
v '- s r: i I BN i- KESSL1 R
MIAMI. : !,,| A; IRWIN g G \l..~
-" i-VJ.. i ... rnu .>. n.-.i;\ \\\ .\,
REL.MAN, MIAMI. FLORIDA did en
: -.' i May, A auei
1 ratei und< r th. |,rovls-
1 << I Flo) da Sti :
N DINU I ., eorpo a-
' with it prlncli al i lai ol busi-
ness ai MIAMI. D.VDE I '( pl'NTV.
In thi Btati of Florida, and when aa
'' i stoc ..'i era i t such corporation
II tin 7th day c : .1 une, A.I. 1961,
caus. t.- b( filed i-i th, offu-.- .,f the
Secretarj ol Stati ; ihe State <>:'
... .. C< nsent of all the stock-
noldei thi i ii-\ Is i.us of i,ici
Chapter ti"X, Fioi'lda Statutes, show-
ing th. iii>M,!utlon of s.:.h roruora-
.ion.
Now, therefore, th* Secretary of
State dois hereby certify to the lor. -
going ami that h. iv s.uisfi. d that the
requirements of law have been com-
plied with,
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, 1 haw-
hereunto set my hand and have
affixed the Great Seal of th,- State
of Florida, at Tallahassee, the
Capital, this the SEVENTH day
of JUNE, AD. 1961.
laeal) TOM ADAMS,
.- cretary of state.
fi/16'61
IN
T<
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 6246
,-'. L.DINE vNN
R \ HM1 LOWITZ,

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V [MEL W1TZ,
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
:. "HMELI >Wi rZ,
,VID RoCKW
--..;:. .. : z
Box 1 r,7
ft Sew York
' > I RACHME VV1TZ
. It/a 1 AVID l.i >CKWEI ...
that a 1 'on
I \ c ':..- 1 :. : ., : .:_..
requin I ervi
. .nswei or Pleading t
laint on thi plaintiff*
attoi PALLOT, SILVER, I \i.-
Li t rERN ^ MINTZ, I 17 B < aym
Miami and fll<
igim oi i'i- adii in
: the CU rk i I th< CI
1 i .::: on < t I fi n th,- nth i!:.> I
; : 1961 If you la i to di si
. gmei i bj efault will be taken
- t \. ii i th< r, iii i' iii manded In
th- BUI of Complaint.
This notlci shall b< pubiishtii once
in THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN.
DONE and l-TtI>EREl> at Miami.
Florida, this i:
1961.
i" LEATHERMAN. Clerk
i' i, ill i .:;: Dad County, Florida
(seal) By: M CAVAL VRIS,
i>. puty Clerk
Palli t. S Iver, Pallot, stern & Mintz
AttOl ". ? f r Maintiff
J17 Biscayne Bldg., Miami. Fla.
6/I6-2S-3I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 52913-C
IN RE: F.-tate of
LILLIAN LEVINE,
D NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and Al Persons Hav-
ing Claim! or Ltmands Against Said
Estatt
You an hereby notified and requir-
ti present a i) aims nd demands
whi,-h you ma) hav< against thi ei
' : : ILL1AN LEVINE, il.....
i Count) Flo i .. to th<
'.- get ol I ..-. Co ntj and
n theli offici s in the
-. n Di :- Ci
eight nth
-..- r the first publlcai
hen....... i ..
: VUj n- i Istratoi
i-: thi Estate : ... an ;.- lm .
. ...
A-'IENER ,tt(
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nslty P.ld( Mi* J. Fla
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NOT'CE UNDER
T CT TOUS NAME LAW
N'OTit 1 |H HEREBY GIVEN that
thi '--!. desiring i" nga In
del the fictitious nan -.f
M( -: : END KITCHENS at ?t'21
S.W -' erraci Miami lnt< nd to
name with th. i '|< rk of
the i ; Court ol I m.i. i -.. ity,
Pl :. .
iTRICE NEIMAN
Sole < m ii. r
HAR< .1 > n.lMI'F
Attorni \: pHcant
I Miami, Fla
6/16-2S-3 ,7/7
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF T-E
ELEVENTm JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 0-
FLCRtDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 5796
THERESA :. BARNES,
Plaintiff,
\s
ALBERT E BARNES,
I : i.i a tit.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Al II RT K. BARNES
NO Caldwell Street
1-akt- George, New York
You ALBERT E. BARNE8 are
by notified that a Rill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against you.
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading t' th-
Bill il Complaint on th- plaintiffs
Attorney, ANOELO A. Al.I, 4d0 Alns-
le) Building, Miami 32, Florida and
file the original Answer or Pleading
in the office of the Clerk of th. 'ir-
CUit Court on or before the th toy
of July, 1961. If you fail to do <.
Judgment by default will be taken
against you f<-r the relief deman4t-d
in the F- i 11 ol Complaint.
This notice shall be published lace
each week for four consecutive W-ittxg
in THE JEWISH FLOniDIAN.
IxiNi AND ORDERED at M inn,
Florida, this 2nd day of June, .v.t>.
1961,
E. B LEATHERMAN, clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Floi
taeal) B) K H. LANWAY,
I-. puty <'l.rk
AN :l I A AL1
100 Air iding
M V\< rida
fof 1 lalntiff
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NOTICE UNDER
r CTiTiOUS NAME LAW
M 1 HEREBY GIVEN
: ersigned, desll int t" ikj- In
i -. flei the fictitious nam ol
MODERN FRl'lT SHIPPERS N- i
Washington Avenue. Miami
to r< arister said n imi
that
R9 RENE POLLAK
2113 Mton rd
: r. 12 yean
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IV the C'RC-iT CCUF7 ^rT^E
ELEVENTH JUD C'L C RCUIT IN
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JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLCRiCA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 5924
\ ERN( N M.l.KN McCALL,
Plali
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I fendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
V. M ,RJi iRIE McCALL, 1233 Mc-
Neill)' Avenue, Pittsburgh. Pennsyl-
vania, are notified to serv< a copj of
your answer to Divorce Complaint
nst you on Plaintiff's attor-
QE< iRGE NICHOLAS, 1218 N.W.
7th Street, Miami, Florida, and file
. th Clerk of this Court on or
tH fore J 17, 1961, otherwise c -m-
bi ci nfessi d by > ou
. 6, 1961.
; kTHERMAN, Clerk,
(Mi | P.) M CAVALARIS, Deputy
>". 9-16-23-30
IN THE CCUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
^LCR DA. IN PROBATE.
Nc 52680
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Friday. lune 13. 1961
PRiCES IN THIS AD
EFFECTIVE THRU
FRIDAY
June 23
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
FREEZER SALE!
There's one sure guide to more enjoyable eating: choose your
meats and poultry at your nearest Food Fair Kosher Meat Store.
You'll get SELECT QUALITY at ECONOMY PRICES, while the cut
and trim assure you of better cooking and tastier meals. For
maximum SAVINGS, stock your freezer during this repeat sale!
CUT AND WRAPPED FOR YOUR FREEZER AT NO EXTRA COST!
CHOICE OR PRIME
BEEF in
Forequarters |y
C
lb.
175 LB. AVERAGE
WHOLE RIB
OF BEEF
CHOICE OR PRIME
63
c
lb.
32 POUND AVERAGE
LAMB
Forequarters
25 LB. AVERAGE
49<
BEEF
CHUCK
110 LB. AVERAGE
CHOICE OR PRIME
49
c
lb.
BONELESS TRIMMED
BRISKET
OF BEEF
12 LB. AVERAGE
83
f
CHUCK OF
LAMB
18 LB.
AVERAGE
43
c
lb.
BABY
Steer Liver
10 LB. AVERAGE
GENUINE
c
lb.
Calf Liver
10 LB. BUCKET
STOCK YOUR FREEZER NOW AT THESE LOW, LOW PRICES!
NOW SIX KOSHER MEAT STORES TO SERVE YOU EVEN BETTER
2091 CORAL WAY I CORAL WAY | 163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER
AT S.W. 87th AVE.
MIAMI Westchester Shopping Pbz. NO. MIAMI BEACH
2662 HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD
IN HOLLYWOOD
19th ST. at ALTON ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
10th STREET and WASHINGTON AVENUE
AT MIAMI BEACH

MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD FAIR


. puty Clerk Palli t. S Iver, Pallot, stern & Mintz AttOl "••. % f r Maintiff J17 Biscayne Bldg., Miami. Fla. 6/I6-2S-3I • IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 52913-C IN RE: F.-tate of LILLIAN LEVINE, D< c eased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and Al Persons Having Claim! or Ltmands Against Said Estatt You an hereby notified and requir• ti present a i) • aims nd demands whi,-h you ma) hav< against thi ei :• %  •: ILL1AN LEVINE, il %  % %  i %  • Count) Flo i .. to th< %  • '.' get ol I %  ..-.• Co ntj and n theli offici s in the %  -. n Di %  :•Ci %  • eight nth %  .-• r the first publlcai hen %  i .. %  : VUJ Ni Istratoi i-: thi Estate : ... an ;. l m ... A-'IENER ,tt( .. %  %  nslty P.ld( Mi* J. Fla I• .. ;<>." NOT'CE UNDER T CT TOUS NAME LAW N'OTit 1 |H HEREBY GIVEN that thi •'-%  • %  !. desiring i" • nga • In del the fictitious nan -.f M( -: : END KITCHENS at ?t'21 S.W -' erraci Miami lnt< nd to • • name with th. i '|< rk of the i ; Court ol I M.I. I -.. ity, Pl :. iTRICE NEIMAN Sole < m ii. r HAR< .1 > n.lMI'F Attorni \: pHcant I • %  Miami, Fla 6/16-2S-3 ,7/7 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF T-E ELEVENTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 0FLCRtDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 61C 5796 THERESA :. BARNES, Plaintiff, \s ALBERT E BARNES, I %  :• i.i a tit. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: Al II RT K. BARNES NO Caldwell Street 1-aktGeorge, New York You ALBERT E. BARNE8 are by notified that a Rill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading t' thBill il Complaint on thplaintiffs Attorney, ANOELO A. Al.I, 4d0 Alnsle) Building, Miami 32, Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of th. 'irCUit Court on or before the th toy of July, 1961. If you fail to do <•. Judgment by default will be taken against you f<-r the relief deman4t-d in the F%  i 11 ol Complaint. This notice shall be published lace each week for four consecutive W-ittxg in THE JEWISH FLOniDIAN. IxiNi AND ORDERED at M inn, Florida, this 2nd day of June, .v.t>. 1961, E. B LEATHERMAN, clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Floi taeal) B) K H. LANWAY, I-. puty <'l.rk AN :l %  • I A AL1 100 Air • iding M V\< rida fof 1 lalntiff • -i6-:;-30 NOTICE UNDER r CTiTiOUS NAME LAW M 1 HEREBY GIVEN : %  • ersigned, desll int t" • IKJIn i • • -. flei the fictitious nam ol MODERN FRl'lT SHIPPERS Ni Washington Avenue. Miami to r< arister said n imi that • R9 RENE POLLAK 2113 Mton rd„ : • r. 12 yean SJ Il •:• %  .. • % %  IV THE C'RC-iT CCUF7 ^ r T ^ E ELEVENTH JUD C'L C RCUIT IN I.NDFORDADI -~ • • FL0 C -•' %  N CHANCERY Nc 61C .... NA • %  I =!RAY G. WAAS fe 12 yea %  %  • %  brothel I six • \ %  Wen • Memorii Chap' %  NOT C ~ B> %  %  : \ %  i il • • %  •RS GLCR'A BERNSTEIN ". %  N !..-• -. • • r-e 13 year? • N Y Sui vlvlna ir< i h -rvlnt .i >• ii s.vices w. %  Jin.' S ii • • • •. LEwAL NUNSC %  %  %  %  %  %  t Dade Co • -A\ v.:. RIP •, • %  %  %  • ""~iE COUNTY JUDGE'S CC.T iN AND FOR DADE COIN""LC-fiiDA IN CRCB-TE No 52?0c •. • %  • • •-' 1. MELTZ i.-.sad NOTtCE TO CRECI-.%  .. i or 1 %  .%  %  .' r NATHAN %  • %  11. ft %  :: : 11 i %  .--,%  %  -.%  %  • \ I .s n IN AND FCR CADE COw'NTV, r LC R C^ N =ROB!N 'HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDtCIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY CASE NO. eic ei?7 BOl BY i KINO, • K NO, NOT CE TO AfPE AR S I v .. %  •• %  f.EBY N %  .. -• %  %  %  • .......%  • • %  %  • • • "-• %  ... i %  • i • .. %  %  \IN T-£ COUNT> JUDGE'S COURT IN AND PCR CACE COUNTY. FL r r C A. IN FRCE ATE Nc :2r6C-.B IN Rl • %  S S %  NCT.CE TO CREDITORS tort .11 Persona 1 Inj %  • mandi Against Bali v re notified and requir-JtBLfySNTH .. : esent any claima and demands whicl i %  %  igainst the estate of TEN \ ROSNICK deceased lat< i ,-. Fl<4*lda, to th County : nadi %  "• unty, and file tin -ain< In Ihi offices In the Count) Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, l call i months from th< date of the firs: p il II ation hereof, or the same in be i am d. 1 AVID I ABRAMS % %  i minlstrati i KAPLAN %  • k %  ; the < "Irculi 'ourt ol • Florida. i IEOE ZIMMERM \s %  ILLE ZIMMERMAN Vi N i ATT & KRAVITZ • • Vpplicant Ri .ul Mb n i •. • Florida 30 MYERS, HEIM >N \ Bj 1 •"' %  Ki i Ian neys 1150 Soutbw< -t Fia si Fla. ---;• NCTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE I.HEREBY GIVEN that • %  desiring to i ngi ...... thi %  iltli t nami %  I .\ .^ C(i it 60" Bis.... Ida lnt< nds m. with 1 %  %  t C t of Dade C %  RVINil S %  N< B33t3-C %  • KRJ*> •• i .. r TO CRSOt'ORa : %  %  %  -%  I %  %  %  • %  IN THE CIRCUIT CCs*. C"HE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT IN INroR DADE COt NT> FLCR DA • %  C-'NCE^V Nc 81C V '-" %  : JOT CE E^ PUBLICAT ON V I ... No lV %  N %  --E :CUNT> ..DOES COURT -. i\; FOR :-:: COUNTY. .; D* N ==.C E ~E NC :•;£€'-B %  %  NOT :E ~0 CREDT ORS %  %  %  NCTICE BY PUBLICATION N THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLCRiCA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 5924 \ ERN( N M.l.KN McCALL, Plali M M..n.':ii Mei Al.I.. I •• fendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE V. M ,RJi iRIE McCALL, 1233 McNeill)' Avenue, Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania, are notified to serv< a copj of your answer to Divorce Complaint nst you on Plaintiff's attorQE< iRGE NICHOLAS, 1218 N.W. 7th Street, Miami, Florida, and file th Clerk of this Court on or tH fore J %  17, 1961, otherwise c -mbi ci nfessi d by > ou %  6, 1961. ; %  kTHERMAN, Clerk, (Mi | P.) M CAVALARIS, Deputy >". 9-16-23-30 IN THE CCUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. ^LCR DA. IN PROBATE. Nc 52680 -: :•• .-f S • %  %  NOTICE TO CREDITORS %  and Ml !'• P in lien and* kgal I M %  Si %  %  %  I -. • • ~". %  -. eeeasi i, to thi nt> • -..-. ffleei thi se In Dade C • %  • .%  • %  ... < iREENIS KWITN %  • • % %  %  Bea %  P %  %  %  I; %  $ %  %  i ,. i ii .. of you an eq,ulr< -.: %  :. ; -%  I I ma have ,iv < deceased to tin H %  ... : i,f i ifldi i 'mint). .! their offl ii I lade i iln elghl cat tl date of the -, • s.-iid claims %  •' 1.-...1 .ei• %  •i w ..-..% %  • said, m A.D. 1961 / I.K ill P ZION %  • is nf the Lasi nil u tl Testi ent ol Sol Zlon I ,v WALLER R %  ::s.i utrix %  i nd will 2-9 I I-2S THE CC-NTY JUDGES COURT -. AND FCF DACE COUNTY. -.CR'DA. IN FROEATE Nt 52972-B -' : ; '-.. 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Page 16-B fe*fft nrrSrfH^n Friday. lune 13. 1961 PRiCES IN THIS AD EFFECTIVE THRU FRIDAY June 23 QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED FREEZER SALE! There's one sure guide to more enjoyable eating: choose your meats and poultry at your nearest Food Fair Kosher Meat Store. You'll get SELECT QUALITY at ECONOMY PRICES, while the cut and trim assure you of better cooking and tastier meals. For maximum SAVINGS, stock your freezer during this repeat sale! CUT AND WRAPPED FOR YOUR FREEZER AT NO EXTRA COST! CHOICE OR PRIME BEEF in Forequarters £|y C lb. 175 LB. AVERAGE WHOLE RIB OF BEEF CHOICE OR PRIME 63 c lb. 32 POUND AVERAGE LAMB Forequarters 25 LB. AVERAGE 49< BEEF CHUCK 110 LB. AVERAGE CHOICE OR PRIME 49 c lb. BONELESS TRIMMED BRISKET OF BEEF 12 LB. AVERAGE 83 f CHUCK OF LAMB 18 LB. AVERAGE 43 c lb. BABY Steer Liver 10 LB. AVERAGE GENUINE c lb. Calf Liver 10 LB. BUCKET STOCK YOUR FREEZER NOW AT THESE LOW, LOW PRICES! NOW SIX KOSHER MEAT STORES TO SERVE YOU EVEN BETTER 2091 CORAL WAY I CORAL WAY | 163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER AT S.W. 87th AVE. MIAMI Westchester Shopping Pbz. NO. MIAMI BEACH 2662 HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD IN HOLLYWOOD 19th ST. at ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH 10th STREET and WASHINGTON AVENUE AT MIAMI BEACH MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD FAIR