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

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

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

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(Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JfWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Voiume 34 Number 25
Miami. Florida, Friday, June 23, 1961
Two Sections Price 2j
Soviet Press Opens New Anti-Semitic Drive
Jewish Agency
Sets 39 Million
for '62 Budget
NEW YORK Allocations
[totaling more than S39.000.000 for
i: .ration and rehabilitation pro- edby name
j., i m Israel, for the fiscal year
!. I _'. were approved last week-
lend by the board of directors of
rwish Agency for Israel, a
I rr; i' r beneficiary of the United
.. h Appeal. The funds, it was
I ,, meed, will be used for tran^-
i .ion. reception, absorption.
I ng, agricultural settlement.
|th< an and training of youth, in-
[stitutions of higher learning and
I research, debt service and debt
liquidation.
PARIS(JTAlu-A new and step
pod up campaign of anti-Semitism
and anti-lsra-li propaganda has
beer launched in the Soviet Union.
according to articles culled here
Tuesday from the controlled Com
munist press. The articles have
appeared in 1'ravda Ukrainy. or
jan ol the Communist Party ol the
Vkrame. in Sovictskaya Econom-
icheskaya Gazetta, and in the lead
tag Soviet newspapers in Moldavia.
I.atxia and White Russia.
Russian Jews are being attack-
ed addressas be-
ing "parasitical and nor. Socialist
elements in tin- Soviet commun-
ity." Letters are being printed
from "readers," accusing Israel ol
us!ng its security services of "es-
pionage" and of "carrying out
widespread reprisals against vari-
ous peoples." The letters claim
that the economic conditions arc
such that 'the poor become poor-
er, while the rich get richer. Some
:il the purported letter-writers ask
:he editors to delete their names
for fear their identity "would en-
danger our families in Israel."
MMLY CUKtt POT HIGHER gMgj
Eichmann Claims He Was
Protector of Nazi Victims
Arab League Threatens
Force to Oppose Israel
Jordan Water Project
JERUSALEM(JTA>The Arab League's Supreme Deter-' Coun-
cil, which has just concluded a series of meetings at Cairo, ha- de led
to "use Icrce to prevent Israel's exploitation ol the .Jordan River lor
irrigation of the Negev Desert." according to the Arab press, received
here Tuesday. The Supreme Defense Council decided to confer a-am
In two months to pick a "supreme commander-' lor an Arab joint
command.
' >>r categories of allocations
[apr wen Close to $9,000,000 for immi-
Igration, initial absorption and cmer-
Utt.(\ employment; more than $11.-
[OOi Mm for agricultural settlement;
[$2,500,000 for immigrant housing;
; .000 for youth services and
\i lional programs; and $6,500.-
looC' lor debt liquidation.
Th allocations, determined by
a hn-by-line review of a budget
et needs, totaling close to SeO,-
C0C.00O, wore based on reconv
mertdations submitted by Dr. I*e-
dor Lubin, the Agency's consul-
tant tor programs in Israel, and
operational and fiscal problems
of immigrant rehabilitation pro-
grams in Israel conducted by the
Continued on Page l-A
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
JKRUSALEMAdolf Eichmann took the stand in his own defense
Information reaching here from j
the Arab states indicates also that ]
the Arab heads of slate plan on
giving U.S. President John F. Ken
Inedy evasive answers in response
', to his recent letters to the Arab
rulers. On the other hand, it is
jr.niMi.L)l ttciun r.iriiMt.ii.ri itiim iiiv Maim in m> uwn miuisi --------- -
Tuesday against charges of master-minding the wholesale slaughter of Planned by the Arab rulers to pin
.____?_ ... .. noint the Jordan Kiver issue, ac
tl.OOO.OOO European Jews. He began the presentation of a well-
rehearsed version of his activities as a lower-echelon Nazi official
deeply concerned for the welfare of the Jews being thrust out of the
German economy by orders of
superiors which he had no option
but to obey.
The courtroom was jammed
< again with correspondents, many
of whom had departed on other
assignments after the first days
of testimony against the former
Gestapo colonel. Security precau-
tions as tight as those under which
the trial began on Apr. 11 were
reim posed.
Election Race
In Hot Start
TEL AVIV (JTA) With the
Austria Will
Arrest Criminals
Named in Trial
point the Jordan River issue, ac
cusing Israel of an "act of aggres-
>ion" in connection with its Jordan s( iU,jomru,,. and general
River water project Some ... the )or Is.
Arab newspapers have Proposed d ,,.,,.
that President Kennedy be sub- J ^ W|>ck ,.
iected to "a test in regard to his -^ havt, not ,,.,
good will, to lind out whether be I ... :_.:-... _r _j;.i. ....
Under tho careful questionir.^
by Dr. Robert Servatius, the
chief defense counsel, Eichmann
Continued on Page 9-A
RECOGNITION Of ISRAEL CEH1RAL ISSUE
Only Cabinet Can Decide
On Arab Refugees -- Meir
,l,ws threatened
by the Nazis.
Mrs Meir's reft rence to the ref-
ugees is being interpreted as a re-
sponse to the Cairo Radio report
last week that Prime Minister Ben-
Gurionhad agreed to a solution ol
,l,e refugee problem, which I resi
dent Kennedy offered in a series
of letters to Arab leaders prior to
his trip to Europe
I SALEM tj which can decide whether
i should admit a portion of
abs refugees is the Israel
Ci et, and no such decision has
' made yet by the Cabinet,
! eign Minister Golda Meir told
press conference here this week.
1 was replying to a question by
h i in respondent about possible
1 (v in Israel's'position on the
ri question.
Mrs. Meir reiterated Israel's
v*w that, not the refugee gues-
tion, but the refusal by the Arabs
1c recognize Israel's existence is
the key problem. "No gimmicks
can alter this fact," the Foreign
Minister added.
Reporting on her recent tour ol
lh Scandinavian countries, Mrs.
Weil stressed the extreme warmth
!>'<' ..
tries toward Israel. The For- co. Without
run Minister described the quiet given, M. Zaoui ,. o) |ht.
l le ol the Scandinavians when, from his porttWJJ h ,lor-
ring the Eichmann trial, w.lnes- Conservation ronaere
Be. ,*, documents retold the sue- ocean Finance M*
cessful effort on the part of the His dismissal was followed J
8candinaviaii countries to rescue i campaign agaiw
VIENNA (JTA) Austrian au-
thorities will examine carefully all
testimony developed at the Eich-
mann trial in Israel, and will fol-
low through by arresting all Aus-
trian suspects implicated in war
crimes as a result of such testi-
mony, the government's two ob-
servers at the Eichmann trial an-
nounced here this week.
The observers, Joseph Wiesinger
and Leo Maier. returned here from
Jerusalem. They pointed out that
already two men named at the
Eichmann trial have been arrested
tor complicity in the murder ol
with annihilation jews.
respects Arab rights and Arab
' League resolutions."
(Dispatches received in London
Tuesday reported that the Arab
League Economic Council, which
has just opened at Damascus, has
on its agenda an item dealing with
"the necessity of the creation of
Arab economic unity prior to es-
tablishment of political unity" i.
(The Times of London said
Tuesday that Tass, the Soviet
government news agency, has
reported an article in Pravda,
organ of the Communist Party
of the USSR, emphasizing that
I the Soviet Union "values its
' friendship with the United Arab
Republic and wants to develop
Continued on Page 10-A
announced their lists ol candidates.
Virtually every settlement, town
and village in the country held
election rallies on Friday night
and Saturday, while Sunday every
auditorium and many makeshift
gathering places in every city in
Israel was the scene of one rally
or another.
The only party that has its
I election list ready is the Cominun-
j ist. which has announced exactly
the same candidates it ran in the
previous national elections. Mapai
Herut, Ahdut Avodah and Mapam
are completing their lists The
newly formed Liberal Tarty is
making up a list representing both
; major components of thai group,
Continued on Page 2-A
One is Frank Slavik, Eich-
mann's bodyguard at Budapest,
accused of helping Eichmann
beat to death a Jewish boy sus-
pected o< stealing some fruit off
a tree in the garden adjoining
Eichmann's Hungarian head
quarters. The other is an ex-
Continued on Page U A
Knesset Adjourns After
Ending Need for Exit Visas
JERUSALEM ment its life cut to less than hall ol its legal tenure by the Govern-
ment crisis and resignation ol last Januarj was adjourned this week
,,,,!, attention ol its member- focussed on campaigning for the general
elections Aug. 15.
REMOVED FROM TfiP POSTS IN GOVERNMENT
Morocco Ouster of Jews Continuing
"' ., .._.! k VIm Hassan on June 2.
PARIS-JTA)-The removal of
another Jew Horn a high post in
the Moroccan government wasre-
friendship of M Seandinavv.an ported here this^eeMrom ^
was dismissed
emist Moslem journal. Al Oumal.
which has accused h.m of Zionist
affiliations. Earlier this year
Meyer Toledano was .-.moved from
his post as judicial counselor lr
the Moroccan Foreign Ministry.
In another development, un-
easiness was reported among
Moroccan Jews after further
of the 17 articles of
him in the ex-
study
new
Fundamental Law" signed
by Kin.-j Hassan on June
One particularly disturbing arti-
cle is number 15. which stresses
i hat Morocco will not onlj remain
'faithful to the Arab League under
Kin- Hassan but will strengthen
,ts attachment to the League. It
was noted that Morocco journals
had been urging lull Moroccan col-
laboration in all plans of the
League.
The session concluded with the
assing t legislation abolishing
, \ : visas for Israelis and perma-
nent residents and a law turning
ovej the Government-owned ports
0l liana and Tel Aviv to a public
authority. The ending <>f the re-
quirement for exit vivas will take
, ffect next Oct. 15, according to
the new law.
The pert authority law also met
with the wishes of the World Bank
which promised a loan of $27,500,-
0C9 conditioned on relaxation of
Government control of the parts.
The law provides that each port
will have a degree of autonomy
and each will determine its own
Continued on Page e A


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Members or the 1961 confirmatien class oi the
israelrte Center are first rcw .lei? to right'
liscc Strezch. Jacqueline ScndJer Fobertc
Gurrreninocher Sheilah H. Binerman Fem
Weir-stem Susan Richardson Irene Pcmer-
antl end Karen Reiter. Second row ..left tc
righl are Ronald Kctz. teacher Bemcrd 1.
C-elbert co-chairman oi the board o: educa-
t'cr. Mrs. Phillip Rjchman. chcirrocn oi chil-
dren's uJNlfiM Rcrh; Merer. Mcdavsky,
Cantor Louis Cohen Mrs. Benicmin Harris,
president oi Doic Stem Sisterhood, and Sam
Azrikan, first vice president of the Center.
Ceremonies were heid June 11 at the Cenier.
with Rcbb: Mclcvsky orictmc and Cantor
Cohen rendering musical selections accomp-
cnied by Hy Fried. Confirm en as received
prayer books from Mrs. Kcrris in behalf of
Dorc Stein Sisterhood. Cer*
tributed by Gelber.
cries were dia>
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Jewish Agency Names Hamlin
By Special Report
NEW YORK -AiEf ricai
nl tlif executivi -
\ encj tor l-- id has .
the appointnu nl of Isador
- txnuiivf disMtor
Hamlin, 44. ha- been
with the Agency for i.i j -
Ing served us pre-.- officer
Washington, DC. office ii as
administrative director in iv.: \ I
: York office.
The Jewish Agency, a world
organization with h^adquart rs a
Jerusalem, is responsible for carry-
' ing out the immigration, abi ir
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- ins iring immer i it
cutes and sem ts and
h rs in Israel, ai I other ex-
inge programs.
Five members of h e Agency
Executive comprise the Ameri in
' ition, which repres snts the w '"id-
wide body in the United States
AZA, junior order of B'nai B'rith, is hon- ner, Mel Schoychid. Leslie Gross, Gil Cohen,
^1 at the annual awards dance sponsored Howard Key. Middle row are Neil Koenig, Gil
the South Florida Council oi the B'nai B'rith Fleeman, Jay Press, Sean Kauiman, Lee Sand-
ith Organization. The chapter took first ler, .Harry Rosen, athletic program director for
ice in the local touch football league and BBYO. Back row are David Kaplan. Ricky
;ond place in both basketball and softball Alterrnaa, Steve Minor, Mike Rosenberg, Ar-
irnaments. Twelve chapters of AZA thur Saiak, Danny Pruess, Julie Cohen, star
|trticipated in the events. Shown (left to University of Miami basketball player, who
|ht) front row are Kenny Rosen, Steve Way- was principal speaker.
JNF Body Picks Guilder, as Head
By Special Report
IRA GUHDtH
NEW YORKIra Guitiien was
inducted last week as chairman
of the newly-established National
Council of the Foundation for the
Jewish National Fund at the Wal-
dorf Astoria hotel here. Dr. Julius
Mark, senior rabbbi, of New York's
Temple Emanuel, was the princi-
pal speaker at the convocation.
The Foundation for the Jewish
National Fund, in the few years of
its existence, has mobilized a po-
tential pool of funds in the amount
of $14,000,000 through wills, be-
quests and insurance assignments
for the purpose ot establishing land
development and afforestation pro-
jects in Israel bearing the names
of their donors.
The newly-formeu National Coun-
cil, the auxiliary arm of the Foun-
dation, is expected to intensify its
fund-raising efforts in order to
illiam C. Steel, of the firm of j complete what Israel Prime Mm-
McCarthy. Pre-cjn. Steel and ister Ben-Gurion. on his recent visit
| ind. will succeed ta the presi- to the United States, described 13
acy of the Dade County Bar Assn. "Israel's chief task for the future,
July l. He replaces Samuel J namely, the reclamation )
versi jr.
Frank J. Kelly, of Kelly Paige,
Black, is the new first vice
: lent of the association
Tie 1.300-member DCBA has al-
elected Charles A Kimbrell.
fcond vice president: Richard M.
flute, third vice president; Jo
Dolan, secretary; and Mi
fciel Shores, treasurer.
fawn in Jerusalem, director of the
Palestine Economic Corporation,
and national campaign ciairman of
the Israel 3ond drive.
ICepner Firm
Named Consultant
Woody Kepner Ass
been named public relations
licity consultant for Ivanhoe Resi-
dential Dinner Service, a new firm
offering home-delivered gourmet
dinners to Dade county residents.
Heading the operation, whose
| offices are at 2301 NW llth ave is
Harry Zuckerman. also general
manager of Ivanhoe Caterers which
for the past 11 years has been the
official catering service to the City
of Miami.
Coral Gables restauranteur Wil-
liam Katz is vice president, and
Herschel G. Levy is general man-
ager.
ISAOOKt HA.VlIS
iteel Named
tar President
wastelands to permit the settlement
of anticipated large numbsrs >f
immigrants."
Guilden, board chairman ) ihe
Trace Bank and Trust Company
and the Title Guarantee and
Company, is president jf 3>y>'

Singers Workshop
Invites Winner
The Singers Workshop has invit-
ed Jeanine Rosen, winner of
Outstanding Singer of the Year"
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OR wiu rent one 8EOOOM eveninu class at the Miami Conser-
vatory Concert Hall. 2W3 Coral
Way.
Miss Rosen won her title on June
10 in competition with more than
40 singers.
She started her musical activity
as a pianist, later switching to
violin, and in high school again
changed to viola.
Roy Oliver is the director.
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Number 25
Friday. June 23. 1961
9 Tammuz 5721
The Next Best Possibility
The Soviet Union's latest ideological as-
j: _'.'. against Jews and the State of Israel has
~ ar.y : oats in the ritt these days between Mos-
crw and Cairo.
Russian foreign aid to Nasser during the
r:st few years has represented by far the fat-
test chunk of the Communist assistance abroad
program.
N a user's latest effort to play East against
V. est is not a true "defection" from Moscow but
0 clever way of teaching Mr. Khrushchev that
C :.iro should not be taken for granted.
In any case, what better way for the Rus-
fcfana to keep the fires going in the Middle
Z: st than to launch a new assault against the
i: eologically recalcitrant Jews0
The Verdict of His Son
The world has been waiting for Adolf
L'shmann to speak. Opening his defense
Tuesday, Eichmann took an oath "by God"
that he would not bear false witness.
The world waited more out of a sense of
curiosity than suspense. What he said was
rredictable. It now remains for the Israeli
:curt trying him to weigh the substance of
E chrr.ann's words.
It may very well be true that Eichmann
believes he is innocent. Reckoned in his own
tense of the meaning of duty and responsibil-
-, this tends to "explain" the prevalent Ger-
an reaction to the Nazi holocaust. Few Ger-
r.-.ans will admit to the extent of the Hitlerian
atrocities, if indeed they grant that any were
:;mmited at all; equally few admit their direct
c: moral culpability.
*
Adolf Eichmann can hardly plead ignor-
ance, like so many of his countrymen continue
to do. But he has already denied his personal
responsibility. We believe that the comments
~ade by Eichmann's son. Nicolas, in the Uni-
:ed States a few weeks ago put the lie to the
...nocent image of himself he is attempting to
:. eat e.
The anti-Semitic stereotype of Jews, which
Nicolas seemingly enjoyed using, make even
ore laughable Eichmann's claims that he
v. as a friend and protector of Nazidom's six
million victims.
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On Shifting the Emphasis
Some of the elements involved in the
Kennedy letters to the Arab potentates are
emerging to form a slow but s'.andard pattern
unrounding the cold war in the Middle East.
The most significant Item thus far was
Goldc Meir's Statement this week, which clear-
indicated that wily the Israel cabinet has
the power to decide or. a national readjustment
c: policy toward the Arab refugee problem.
Apparently, Mrs. Meir had been given the
authority to render an official reply to the re-
cent Cairo Radio report that President Ken-
red y. in his letters suggested a refugee solu-
or. to which Prime Minister Ben-Gurion sub-
sequently agreed.
The Foreign Minister's statement is not a
refutation of the report but an Israel Govern-
ment clarification for the benefit of President
Kennedy. It does not matter whether Mrs. Meir
s poke out at the reauest or Mr. Ben-Gurion, or
whether it was meant for her to scotch at the
cutset any unilateral decisions Mr. Ben-Gurion
.nay have reached abroad.
* *
CONTINUING IMMUNITY TO SOLUTION
What does matter is that she shifted the
emphasis from the politics-ridden issue of the
refugees to the more fundamental question of
Arab recognition of the integrity of the State
of Israel. Until the Arabs submit to the exis-
tence of Israel as a free and independent na-
A BETTER AMERICAN AND A BETTER JEYf
. Graduation 1961
tion. there can be no question of any negotia-
tion whatsoever.
Odds are that Prime Minister Ben-Gurion
played it both ways while abroad. He may
very well have asserted Israel's desire for
peace, thus giving credence to the rumors and
speculation surrounding the content of the
Kennedy letters. But he was also extremely
careful to insist that no "third party" would be
acceptable to his government as a mediator
in the Israel-Arab quarrel.
A third party would circumvent the need
for Arab recognition. It would also make more
tenuous any agreements achieved under such
conditions.
There was thus a good deal more consis-
tency in Israel's position than in the Arab re-
action to the Kennedy letters. This is hardly
surprising; for in speaking of Arab reaction
one is inevitably forced to ask: "Which ones?'
Jordan's threat this week with respect to
Israeli plans for water development does not
constitute a valid response to the Kennedy in-
quiry addressed to Hussein; although much is
already being made to link the two issues.
Neither should it be contrasted to the Cairo
reaction in the form of its radio report; for both
Hussein and Nasser have different axes to
grind in.the Middle East.
The only truly consistent thine emeraing
out of the affair thus far is that the Israel-Arab
cold war remains seemingly immune to solu-
tion, even at the best-intentioned and skillful
hands of John Fitzgerald Kennedy.
Higher Giving Standards
Dewey D. Stone is a distinguished Amer-
ican Jewish leader. His deep concern over
the .status of Jewish philanthropic endeavor
in the U.S. these days should give us cause
for anxious feelings about this issue.
On the one hand, it is heartwarming to
examine the S39 million budget o: the fewisfa
Agency for 1961-62.
On the other. Stone seems to be warning
us that the figure hardly represents a realistic
view of the Aaency's needs if its immlgrati
and rehabilitation programs in Israel are ade-
quately to be met.
Thus, Stone is telling us that, in terms of
its long-range responsibilities, American Jewry
must begin thinking about higher giving stan-
dards. This is a suggestion with which local
Jewish communities across the land
heartily agree.
I'VE BEEN thinking for son,,
weeks now about our Sui
cidal policy with respect tJ
non-intervention, which is Ian.
tamount to national, irnmoia
tion. In easily understandable
terms, this is like running a
Model T in a race leaturins
the latest automotive equip.
ment. Only religion has the
presumably enduring quality
that can span mUlenia; and
even religion submits to change for the sake of modernization and
in the name of self-preservation. Does the U.S. consider non-inter
vention in the same category as the "eternal" philosophic utterances
of the world's principal spiritual leaders?
If it does, then our nation is on the side of obtuse sentiment and
in cahoots with Communists and fellow-travelers. For many are the
latter who raise their hands in hallowed horror at the thought of
intervention in Cuba to achieve the larger national interest; although
it is interesting to recall that they were the most vocal proponents
of intervention in Spain and the most outspoken critics of what they
then considered our government's isolationist arms embargo.
Certainly, the Soviet Union is not above intervention, as Hun-
gary can amply testify. Only when it suits the Russian political aim
does Moscow preach the morality of non-intervention. While il .
clearly absurd to argue tl 1 we adopt the Communists' ethical pre
its, In the field of "realp litik" it is also mandatory thai
Model T
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A PARADOX fAHS TO ADJUST NONINTERVENTION
? HOSE ALL-FORSPAIN hurrah boys have now swil
tune without b A'hil I concern over their Inconsistency v
we. too. had better switch our tune before the orchestra h is pa
up : gone home. Neither would ours be the dilemma ol in
tency, but a ldng overdue revision in international outlook
;ed less on tear for the s atus of America's Image abroad,
mainly by the Communists in any case, and more for the possil
of democratic survival.
The Eisenhower betrayal of Britain. France and Israel in 19
is a recent and cogent example of the folly of a policy of non-inter-
vention in our time. Eisenhower's subsequent use of U.S, Marines
in anticipation of filling the Lebanese power vacuum created by the
decline of Camille Chamoun represented a paradoxical effort to re
verse this policy. Here indeed, was inconsistency as crude as
Communists' very own. Had Ike earlier recognized Nasser to be the
essential Middle East culprit and at least not hindered the British
French and Israelis, who did recognize it. today's history might very
well be different.
So. too. in the case of Cuba, where felly compounds national
folly even to the extent that we have given private citizens' groups
the tacit right to speak for this government in its disagreeable and
visibly embarrassed relations with Castro. Having failed to inter-
vene because we were unsuccessful in our intervention, the natio:
now approves Milton Eisenhower and Company as U.S. agents abroad.
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ALTERNATIVE CONSIDERATIONS TO PONDER
THESE ARE SOME of the painful and sometimes confusin.
ments of what I have been thinking during the past few weeks
while away from my regular writing chores. And traveling through
the state several days ago, I pondered them some more. Admitted!]
it was pleasanter to engage in random reason about nothing
Examples:
Dotting the highways are the latest in snob appeal home-
in massive projects called "estates." All faintly suggest an exclusive
Anglo-Saxon aura, nominally at least, which is strengthened by the
erection of massive and magnificent twin gates featuring the pro-
ject's name. Beyond lie huge sand dunes, a lonely bulldozer, and
occasionally an agent's office. (But where are the "estates," them-
selves?)
Our arrival in Lake Wales at an expensive "chalet.' whose
reputation is based on dusty furniture not even suitable for thrift shop
sale, ridiculous light fixtures mainly in disrepair and overlaid in
their ancient and ornate patterns with equally ancient cobweb.-, pain-
fully uncomfortable beds, almost humorously outmoded facil
and. in retrospect, generally laughable accommodations despite
the fact that the laugh is on us. Here. I promptly examine the phone
book for listings of Cohens, Cohns, Goldbergs, and Schwartzes as
I did at the very same place several years ago moments later up-
braiding myself for not having left my Jewish sensibilities bi
and palpably disturbed to find no such listings
Our arrival in Sarasota where, happily, the phone book has
imple representation of Cohens. Cohns. Goldbergs, and Schwartzes.
and where my heart expands warmly in response to do some camera
rh On the Gulf, 1 si stakingly and fastidiously thi
lund glass focusing screen at a seascape intended to look I -
ndrian and find in the corner of my view the reverse ima
equally avid photographer in the distance pointing his
lens at me,
On the highways, I gleefully discover an "estate-
with houses literally thousands of them nestling behind thi
gates as far as the eye can see, and reminiscent of painful n
boxes. Here is Individuality mass produced as onlj 0UI
knows how.
IMAGES ARE TENUOUS THINGS
I-

must
THEN THERE ARE the wonderful roads everywhere
county, when- potholes seem a chore for even the best '-:<
axle And why not. since Hade pays for the best?)
And the strange feeling in a Bartow restaurant thai all our
: ';<''. diners look like Gov. Bryanteven as I repress an uncomfort
able -ease of guilt that we have just driven through WattChula, IWW
Carlton's hometown.
And the friendly mosquitoes on Sanibel. which try to fill ,he
void of no people, but which never succeed in biting as well
None of this, as I say. concerns itself with intervention bul
good deal more pleasant. Images are, after all, such tenuous imp*
on which to sacrifice the nation's future. Abroad, it is the CommU^,
who paint our portrait in a ghoulish sort of way, and who havi
a new canvas well before wc manage to erase the deleterious mipa ^
of the first one. At home, in our civil libertarian self-slaughter,
paint ourselves no more gracefully.
Random reason on a highway, a propos of nothing, is indeet
pleasanter these days.


R3&S9S9HKI

SBnHaHn 9
Friday. June 23. 1961
+Jc*i*lfkri Page 5-A
Rabble Romers Love Limelight of Their Deeds
By S. ANDHIL FINEBERG
p. T. Barnum. the groat circus-
nastc'r, wa once'confronted'by a
woman who showed him a scurri-
loufl manuscript and demanded
that he pay her to suppress it.
".Madam," he replied, "say
what you please about me. All
ask is that you mention me in
vome way. Then come to me and
I will estimate the value of your
services as a publicity agent."
on another occasion, when a
logy professor declared that
c ape man in the side show was
fraudmerely a human with an
rxecssive growth of hairBarn-
was delighted. He correctly
rmised that intrigued multi-
lines would come to see for them-
.. Ives.
Illogical as it may seem, ad-
verse criticism can be very re-
warding. A burlesque actress
tarns more if the public considers
'er provocative and shameless.
'f a clergyman denounces her per-
'ormance publicly, people who
like a rowdy show will come in
even greater numbers to see her.
Similarly, a book that has been
banned is usally in demand.
Among those whose fame and
fortune rest on notoriety are the
professional bigots. They consider
;i!l publicity, however condemna-
tory, an asset and with good
reason. For only by claiming the
limelight can they draw followers
and an income. In the absence of
: ublicity, hundreds of agitators.
despite their rabble rousing
-; i eches and vieious pamphlets,
nave attracted only insignificant
i udiencei and faded into obscuri-
ty.
The Bigot's Wares
So. you propose to do nothing
. "lit the rabble-rouser?"
That a vendor of bigotry can be
stopped only by publicizing him
his shabby wares is a com-
but fallacious belief. Failure
U denounce him far and wide
i not prove he is, being ignored.
' here are successful ways to dc-
i at him, but they are generally
lirect.
Consider the bigot's stock in
thate literature. It is a
. (podge of confusing inconsis-
DR. S. ANDHIL FINEBERG
7;:< pri cedure jot dealing
and tuttemongcrs. outlined
in tJiu first in i; series c two
articles was first set fonh about
fiftei i fears ago by the American
Commuter. The author,
Dr. S. A-tciriil Fineberg. is the
community relations consultant of
the An.encan Jewish Committee.
tencics which an astute, open-
minded person readily analyzes
and rejects. Its pervading trick-
ery is the use of generalizations
to make all members of a group
appear identical. By constant
repetition, it is possible to tag a
racial or religious group with one
or another reprehensible trait.
Sooner or later, those whose vi-
sion has been thus distorted will
think in stereotypes instead of
judging each man on the basis of
his own conduct. Thus, even
though a man be penniless, he is
presumed to share unlimited re-
sources because his group alleged-
ly "controls all the wealth."
To debate the merits of the
bigot's statements only strength-
ens his hand. It is not wise, for!
example to assert that Negroes
re good neighbors, because he
calls them bad neighbors. There
re good and bad neighbor* in
all groups. Any tendency to lump
together the members of any
group in such characterizations
destroys logical thinking about
individual merits and rights.
Exposing the fallacious reason-
ing, rather than refuting each
specious argument, is the way to
lessen the bigot's following.
The extent to whieh refutation
can prove self-defeating was
demonstrated during Hitler's rise
to power. Get man Jews and their
Christian lriends published many
books and pamphlets which were
described as "anti-Semitic." This
tactic only encouraged the Nazis
to invent more calumnies.
Experience and research lead
to the conclusion that the only
good defense is to immunize the
public against the bigot's wiles.
This requires year-round activity.
No one who contributes to such
a program of public education
can be rightfully accused of "ig-
noring" any bigot. It is far bet-
ter to drain the swamps where
mosquitoes breed than to try to
swat every mosquito.
Publicicity For Professionals
Normally, when a professional
bigot tries to widen his audience
through radio, television or reput-
able newspapers and magazines,
he docs not succeed. Those who
manage the media usually regard
with contempt a personality whose
only claim to public attention is
the ability to provoke controversy
by assailing racial and religious
groups.
There is little willingness to
make a professional bigot news-
worthy by building his image in
the public mind, even as a dis-
tasteful one. At times, however,
bigotry itself is in the news; then
the temptation to parade the
bigots becomes great.
This occurred alter the bomb-
ing of the temple in Atlanta. Ga.,
in October, 1958. Coming, as it
did, after seven other bombings
and attempted bombings of Jew
ish institutions within 18 months,
coupled with threats of other as-
saults, the Atlanta incident
brought anti-Semitism sharply in-
to public focus. Consequently,
there was a sudden splurge of
publicity for some previously ob-
scure hatemongers.
One large newspaper chain
published a series of five articles
about publishers of anti-Semitic
literature, with quotes of some of
their writings. Among them was
George Lincoln Rockwell, previ-
ously unknown to the general pub-
lie, who printed rabid pamphlets
in the basement of his home in
Arlington, Va. After the local
newspaper ran his picture and
photos of his pamphlets, together
with much unfavorable informa-
tion about him, Rockwell came to
the publisher, asking for more. A
grand jury charged him with main-
taining a public nuisance.
Shortly thereafter the police
seized some of his propaganda
materials. Later, on court order,
these were returned. Rockwell
used this seizure as an occasion
to announce candidacy for the
Virginia State Senate.
Another agitator "exposed" in
the scries of five articles was
Conde McGinley, a notorious pub-
lisher of hate literature since 1950.
He too prefers obloquy to obscuri-
ty. McGinley has been scathingly
censured in N e w Jersey news-
papers. Nevertheless, he has ob-
tained adequate financial aid to
continue his nefarious business,
while many agitators who re-
ceived no such treatment have
petered out. After each public
"exposure" it was apparent that
he received augmented support;
those sharing McGinlcy's aber-
rant views were impressed by the
evidence (ha* he was making him-
self known.
Using The Air Waves
A fact too often ignored by those
who favor indiscriminate expos-
ure of the professional bigot ;
that the very act of exposing
calumnies often gives them i -
ther circulation. If a man is n-..- -
tioned in the mass media, not
conduct but tor written or spol: i
words, the words become an
sential part of the picture.
When a TV interviewer in
summer of 1959 presented a ser >
of five programs on hate m<
ments in New York's Harlem, I
scurrilities which had reach I
only a few thousand wen C -
veyed to millions of televisi
viewers. Leaders of the hi.u
ganizations used the bn adca
as proof that they were beci :r..
highly influential. Members
defamed groups, silting in In
own homes, heard themselves i i-
ligned and knew that these c
ards were likewise reaching ;i
neighbors. When such matei
is circulated, it reaches peo
susceptible to bigotry who,
from being repelled, discover
whom they may turn for mo-a
servings of intolerance.
The mass media are powerfjl
instruments for promot.r.g gi
will between groups, for mah
bigotry unpoplar and tor foster -
a climate of opinion when ir.
tolerance cannot flourish. Tr
potency, however, rests upcr. th
own freedom to decide what >
newsworthy, and their indep
dence from censorship.
How the media can frustrate -
dividual bigots is a difficult pr.>-
km, especially when by deli -
rate trickery these publicity seek-
ers make themselves newsworthy.
One of their latest devices is >
take advantage of radio progra
which broadcast voices comi
over the telephone. In Missou
in the summer of 1959, t i
method was used to quote a p >-
fessional hatemonger, gi\e his i !
dress and encourage people
subscribe to his periodical. Fir il-
ly, the popular radio commentat >r
realized that his program was
being exploited and was do
more harm than good. There-
after, he cut off the conversat
as soon as a bigoted statement
was injected
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Friday, frum 23
Knesset Adjourns After Endii
Need for Israeli Exit Visas
mg
Jewish Vocational Service installs officers for
1S61-62 at its third annual meeting. Seated
(left to right) are Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg, vice
president; Clemen J. Ehrlich. president; Sam
J. Keiman, honorary president; Mrs. Sam Stark,
secretary. Standing (left to right1 are David
M. Bloomberg, vice president; Mrs. Gerald P.
Soltz, annual meeting program chairman;
Marshall S. Harris, vice president; Charles
Hertzoff, treasurer; Dr. Michael Goodmcn, ex-
cutive director.
Continued from Page l-A
budget to be self-supporting. The
overall port authority will be
operated by a council of 11 to 13
members with a majority of pub-
lic figures and a minority of Gov-
ernment civil servants.
The World Bank loan is aimed
at development of a deep sea port
,.; Ashdod which is scheduled to
become a major port. The Gov-
ernment will name the chairman of
the port authority. General Haim
Laskov. immediate past thief of
Stalf. is a candidate for the post.
Other bills approved included one
setting up an Academy of Arts and
| Sciences modeled after :he Frerf
Academy, a law granting mmS
I rights to prison guard-. a mjjZ
to overhaul completely the i4
Bar and its governing todies.
technical measures c
August :.r elections
'-ernir.E
Speaker Kaddish l. t exteodd
good wishes to all de]
lined the- r-< gress m !e durjj
the fourth Knesset i innoooe
a contract lor work
nent '. I .'.; ing for tin- K >set Mfcel
will )( av arded next
new bui ill be i
a bequesi from the
Rothschild and win
within 30 months.
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mpktl
Humphrey Calls for Massive Program
M Foreiqn Aid at Brandeis Exercises
By Special Report
WALTHAM. Mass. Only by
proving to the world that we are
"prc-people" and "pro-freedom."'
ind not merely anti-Communist, can
this nation avoid being left "alone
and friendless in a waste of totali-
tarianism." Sen. Hubert H. Hum-
phrey (D-Minn.i told 6.000 Brandeis:
University students at the universi-
ty's tenth commencement exercises
last week
Speaking in the Ullman Amphi-
theater on the Waltham campus,
the assistant Senate majority lead-
?' stated A revoluntionary wave
i.s sweeping across the world's un-1
iltiotveloped areasnot a revolu-
tion for Communism; it is a revo-
lulic r. against the intolerable con-
li!JMTjs of the past. Over-simplifi-
al ; r. in labeling this revolutionary
wave 'Communist inspired and
O ?-. munist organized' has given
the Communists credit for victories
wh lK they did not earn or de-
serve "
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policy based only on anti-Com-
munism is a castle built of sand
. The cornerstone of world
freedom will be laid when we
have joined those who revolt
against the tyranny of poverty,
the slavery of disease, the corrup-
tion of ignorance."
Stating that an "historic change
in American policy is now under-
w a y." symbolized by President
Kennedy's aid program for Latin
America, t h e "Alliance for Pro-
gress." Sen. Humphrey called for
a "massive cooperative program
of economic aid and technical as-
sistance ." He urged that:
More of our efforts must be
channeled through the organization
and agencies of the United Nations.
An expanded Peace Corps must
send more skilled Americans to
other lands.
Food for Peace programs
must be increased to use Ameri-
ca's agricultural abundance to ban-
ish hunger and spur economic pro-
gress.
An American White Fleet of
mercy ships must be designed and
launched to speed relief to peoples
struck by disaster, and to play a
creative role in training for mod-
err, health and sanitation.
We must help others expand
and improve their educational sys-
tems, to provide schools and
teachers for the battle against ig-
norance and illiteracy.
We must revamp and redesign
our embassies and missions over-
seas, stressing the use of social wel-
fare professionals, scientists, agri-
cultural and labor specialists and
educators.
Our embassies should reflect
American society as it is. We are
not just diplomats. We are doers
We are builders. We are teachers.
We are filled with the love of learn-
ing, with the excitement of achieve-
ment, with the dedication to human
welfare.
Honorary degrees were pre-
sented at the exercises by Dr.
Abram L. Sachar, president of
Brandeis, to Sen. Humphrey n6
nine other international figures
who have made substantial con-
tributions to progress in social
welfare, the theme of the univer-
sity's tenth commencement.
The university also conferred 308
i Bachelor ef Arts. Master of Arts.
1 Master of Fine Arts. Doctor of
Philosophy, and Doctor of Social
Welfare degrees on candidates
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-JenJstfhrtfter
lond Director Views Good-Will Tour
Page 7-A
By Cff. AARON KAHAN
In ancient Israel there was a
i si >m known as the "Oleh
get" The O'eh R?t>l were
pilgrims team tar-off places who
cj.ne to Jerusalem for the festi-
val, and Ui doing sj became sym-
bols of good-wlu for their cities
irigin. the places they visited,
ind the people with whom they
ixchangei greetings on their way
lo the "city of peace."
On No\. 19. Miami will initiate
llhe first Oleh Regei la history
reverse. It will be a bit of
Israel CO ing to Miami in the
form <>i the Zim flagsh'.p, the SS
j isalen to commence a good-
journey under the dual ban-
ners of the United 5 a'.es and Is-
rael. Tb voyage will be known
ii the "Pan American Friends of
Israel G will Ti:r," marking
ihe happy coincidence >f the Dele-
gation oJ Israel's Bir Mitzvah
md Pai American year, both cf
hich arc oeing observed in 1961.
file Israel Bond Organization,
vtuch through its far-flung activ-
hat fashioned a common
)nd arcoag friends of Israel
tnroughoi'. the world, has been
Chosen as the medium for this
historic gesture.
The dramatic appearance of
fche SS Jerusalem in Miami, the
luspiciou? reception, and the
gjh bor \oyage will all sym-
bolically reflect tne theme of the
nane ar:'. the note which will
e struck as Israel's flagship.
ith ;(ix; v.;.mians aboard, moves
tram po.M to port bringing mes-
H-.- oi Kid-will t) a:;d from
places the; visit, and exchanging
j tingi ith ; a pl J ::i these
r in- ...th whom we share a
Common friendship for Israel.
The SS Jerusalem will dock in
b .' ior Sunday morning.
iov. 1<- :l be met by a flotilla
r- tlcoming her on her
busier, vcyage to this port. In
lie forefront will be Carl Weinkle.
|ruise e< r rnodore, and with him
be mtmrers of the honorary
tr-u. wh< will also serve as the
reception committee in the vari-
b-i." porti cf call. The captain of
SS Jf.isalem will "lear greet-
s from the people of Israel to
<;o\ernor of Florida, and
Mher distinguished dignitaries
i ho will be on hand to return the
tings. In the afternoon, there
be ; general reception so
that tin ,-rael Bond holders of
flie comm.-nity. whose purchases
1:1 helped make possible 1s-
rael's shipping industry, and in
roadei s-ense Israel's Bar Mitz-
|vah. may have the occasion to
ce it the fruits of their la-
lb >:-
At fiv< o'clock. Mie 300 Mi-
llmians v. -<, will comprise the
can >egment of the good-
Going to
Washington?
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ul v. Mrlof th- nation's capi-
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8 r^leroom rates: $14.00,
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HOTEL WASHINGTON, D C.
Off. AARON KAHAN
Greater Mumi U'tll be trie site I
.'( the launching >f j CdT.bbeir.
crutse Hov. 1 s> on the SS Jertr
j'.enx under the dusp-cts of Ur Bonds, Or ,-\jr.)n Kahan. exec
utire director of the Greater Mi-
ami Israel Bond Committee, it i
world traveler u'eil acjujir.t^j
Urith the projected Canbbe-u-;
itinerary and here vets down his
tmprestions >i the area.
will tour, will board the ship and
go to their staterooms to r^aiy
themselves fcr the festivities of
the evening. The evening festival
will be in the nature of the for-
mal Captain's Dinner, where the
Israel Bar Mitzvah Trustees.
Builders. Guardians and Span
sors will be guests of honor
The first port of call will be
Port-au-Prince. Haiti a color-
ful island, part French, part Voo-
doo, and a giant market place for
primitive arts and crafes. Dr.
Francois Duvalier. President of
the Republic, will exchange greet-
ings with the group at a dinner
of State at which occasion a
cross-section of the people of the
island will join in the Oleh Regel
spirit.
Curacao, the oldest Jewish
community in the Western Hemi-
sphere, will be next on the itin-
erary. Curacao, a free port, is
the Hong Kong of the Caribbean, j
but is equally famous for its
Jewish community, which has
existed in an unbroken chain for
centuries. They will welcome the
group in the traditional soirit of
their mother country. Holland,
one of the closest allies ot the
reborn Israel.
McGahey Addresses Youth
Ben McGahey w a s to discuss
Metro Government in Dade Coun-
ty" before the Young Adult Friends
i of Israel on Thursday evening a:
; Surfside Town Hall. The group will
i also hold a chuck wagon buffet tx
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Venezuela is the closest neigh-
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capital, is 25 miles away from
the port city of La Guaria. where
the SS Jerusalem will doclTon
Friday. Nov. 24. Venezuela is
today a free country with one of
the most significant Jewish com-
munities in South America. Rep-
resentatives of the community
and the country as a whole will
be on hand to add another link
to the chain of good-w.ll which is
being forged through this Pan
American-Israel Tour.
Around the northern cape of
South America lies the jeweled
relic of pirate days. Cartagena,
Colombia. Cartagena is cherish)
for the beauty of its setting, ar.d
its Castillian streets and fortified
walls which time has left un-
touched. Its city hail was once
the Inquisition chamber, but to-
day is a symbol of freedom for
Colombia and those who live
within its borders.
Following the Colombia visit,
the SS Jerusalem will drop an-
chor in Colon in the Canal Zone
of Panama. Panama is a delight-
ful tourist area, a world cross-
roads and the scene of a Jewish
community founded by early-
Spanish settlers. Panama has
been a friend of Israel since its
inception, and the visit cf the
SS Jerusalem will be the occasion
when these sentiments are given
diplomatic, as well as personal
expression.
The high point of the tour will
be the two days in Mexico, from
Friday morning. Dec 1. when
the ship docks in the historic port
city of Vera Cruz, to early Sun-
day morning when the group is
flown back from Mexico City
where they will have spent their
time seeing the colorful capital,
being received by the heads of
State, and feted at the famous
Sports Club, one of the most
elaborate private clubs in the
world which serves as the cell-lb
ter of Jewish life in Mexico City j{
The social event at the Sports ?
Club will coincide with the first
night cf Chanuka, thereby ere- It
ating the occasion for a joyous ?
expression of the traditional val- J
ues of the Jewish people and
their renaissance in the emer-
gence of the modern State of Is-
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IPaqe 8-A
*Jmisti FhrkUati
Friday, June 23, lggj
ADL Leadership
Seminar July 7-9
Third annual Florida State Anti-
Defamation League Leadership
Training Conference will be held
Friday through Sunday, July 7 to
i at the. Bnach Club hotel in Ft.
Lauderdale.
Mrs' Herman Korenvaes and Je-
rome Robinson. co-chairmen of the
i Creator Miami AOL Council, an-
nounced that the sessions will be
ted to leadership training
lues to further the human
lions programs of t h e ADL.
'Discussion groups, demonstrations
ol ADL materials and film I irums
part of the conference.
A David Rayvis. ADL chairman
Rabbi Abramowitz is Host
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spirit
ual leader ol Temple Menorah, will
be host on the "Still Small Voice"
television program ,i b
the Civ..;.;- \i;.v ,
Assn.. a; | ho program's regular
tune Sunday, 10 a.m., jver WCKT
ch. 7.
Fecent graduation exercises were held for stu- ry Issenberg, Marvin Stein, Rabbi Morris A
Courshon Helps
Chile Program
A new U S. assist prog ^
for Chile is the re sull years
oi work by Arthur !i i
board chairman of Miami Be
Federal S; vmgs and
dents in the Elementary Hebrew department
o: Temple Judea. Graduates conducted the
.:bbath evening service, with awards for out-
anding students presented by the Brother-
hood of the Temple to Carole, dauahter of Mr.
c id Mrs. A. David Goldberg, and Robert, son
c. Mr. and Mrs. David ShuDow. Left to right
. ^ated) are Carol Levin, Mark Sussman, Hen-
Skop, Arthur Berkowitz, Bruce Moskowitz, Da-
vid Nevel, Judy Toback. Standing (left to right*
are Cantor Herman K. Gottlieb. Howard Simon,
Eric Balber, Steve Serkin, Carole Goldberg.
Ted Silver, Robert Shubow, Keith Pinchot,
Michael Rose, Benjamin Udoff, education di-
rector.
-he Florida State Federation of Washington
B'nai B'rith Lodges, said that the '"''" Assn.
u >rkshop will b^ attended bj repre-j Cour,hon neiped develop
- Natives from B'nai BTith groups|{or clu!os neu savings ani ,
Jewish Agency Budgets $39 Millicn
Coirtinued from Page 1-A
low the minimum needs submitted
! to the National Conference of the
UJA last December," he stated.
I "rising immigration statistics fore-
shadow an increased demand on
basic services far beyound what
board sine* the Agency's reor-
ganization in April, 1W0.
I r. L-ubin, w h o presented his
summary report last fall after
S #0 month stav in Israel, will con- was envisaged even a few months
ralyses of specific areas of acti- i tound itself caught between deebn-
- throughout the year. Me will M"i income and .rIsinS needs- *e
tin ie to submit to the board his

v
1 leave for Israel to supervise
the establishment of the Agency's
Jerusalem office, and to gather in-
i : nation for a further study of
budgetary requirements to be con-
rod at a meeting of the board
e r'y in the fall.
Dr. Lubin stressed that his recom-
n ndations for the allocations were'
ed on the board's decision to I
ki ep within the limits of estimated!
s\cilable cash, but held that these-
funds were inadequate to meet;
basic needs. He warned that, un-'
1<. additional funds, above the al-1
.located $39,000,000 were forthcom-j
-: in the future, rising immigra-
: tigures might make it impossi-
ble for the Jewish Agency in Israel
ti provide even the most elemen-j
services for new arrivals.
ago." He added that, if the Agency
cases still in transition settlements,
and arrangements for permanent
care of thousands of social cases.
Out of close to 1.000.000 Immigrants
who arrived in Israel since May 15,
1948. 250.000 are still dependent on
services financed through UJA
funds. Stone said.
[houl the -'
Cm of the highlights of the
conference will be a new film re-
leased by the Fund for the Re-
public, "The Freedom to Read,"
which discusses the need for aca-
demic freedom today.
"In view of the recent attacks on
public education and the formation
oi vigilante censorship group-, this
film wiH go far in making the pub-
lic aware of the danger of censor-
ing free thought and expression,;
one of our most precious democra*
tic heritages." said Rayvis. '
Consultants a: 'he workshop will
be Nathan Perlmutter, director of
the Florida ADL office, and \rthur
gel, associate director.
system, and conceived a pi
of home mortgage pa which
adjust to inflationary increas
Chilean wages and the io.<: of liv-
ing.
A new Chilean Central Saving
and Loan Bank, which will charter,
regulate and support .1 nationwWe
network of private savings iai
loan associations, will be admini-
stered by a three-man board of di-
rectors.
The three officials will journey
to Miami Beach next month to
spend several weeks at Wash!
Federal, observing the operation
ol a typical U.S. federal saving
and loan association, under Coot
shon's guidance.
may be faced with a catastrophic
situation."
Stone added that ,at the time
of the reorganization of the Agen-
cy, the board had resolved to ad-
here to two basic policies: to keep
allocations within the limits of
currently available funds, and to
stabilixe and gradually reduce the
Agency's debt. He pointed out
that the recent $45,000,000 debt
liquidation loan was designed to
implement these policies by mak-
ing possible the orderly liquida-
tion of the Agency's indebtedness
in the U.S. within an estimated
10-year period, and that the line-
by-line review of budgetary needs
on a yearly basis would assure
the most effective use of avail-
able cash resources.
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ewey D. Stone, chairman of the "However," he added, "in the last
- ehcy's board, expressed deep analysis, it is not this board but I
( ; cern over the long-range effect' the American Jewish community.
< totally inadequate allocations.
He said that, "while other sources
such.] as the philanthropic cam-
pi igtts outside the U.S.. and alloca-
1 from German reparation
funds, may bridge part of the gap
ween our allocations and the
r k bottom needs of immigration
; : rehabilitation programs in Is-
iv !. we are creating a financial
\ uum which will haunt us in the
r .nths to come."
expressing itself with greater gene-
rosity which alone can assure the
full implementation of these poli-
cies, without resulting injustices to
Israel's newcomers."
In addition to financing initial
absorption services for immigrant -
in 1961-62, the Agency must also
provide funds for present pro-
grams being provided to earlier Im-
migrants, he s=aid. Most pressing
^figj
among these programs is the con-
Mr. Stone urged American Jew- solidation of hundreds of new im-
1 ,) redouble its efforts on behalf migrant villages with a population
<< the United Jewish Appeal, so of some 130.000 persons, which will
that "our share in this great hu- require additional funds estimated
1 nitarian program will more than ; a? around $200,000,000 to bo invested
adequately reflect the full sense within the next few years,
ci responsibility and the economic Other present programs include
j. ources of t h e world's largest maintenance and training of some
Jewish community." "While our 12.000 immigrant youngsters, the re-
< 1 ii allocations have fallen far be-' settlement of some 40.000 hard-core
N.Y. Times Man Cited by UAHC
By Special Report
NEW YORKNew York Times
r< porter Irving Spiegel was hon-
or* d June 13 by the Union of Ameri-
can Hebrew Congregations "for dis-
tinguished reporting of Jewish
news" during the past 15 years at
; -pecial luncheon at the UAHC
Kouse of Living Judaism here.
The luncheon marked the first
time that the 88-year-old central
Bj iiagogue body of Reform Judaism
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Rabbi Eisendrath praised Spiegel
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Fiiday. June 23, 1961
+Jewist> fhricffan
Page 9-A
Eichmann Says He Protected Victims
Continued from Page 1-A
proceeded
to spell out a pic-
ture of his Gestapo activities as
one of overriding ccpce-n for
Jews being forced to em'3rae
and to help them get a secure
foundation for ihe future.
lei ritorj fews a
'. house Th came
to him. he -a. after
mann replied: "I v. .
! under oath."
Fj ges lliat Bichm i been more
extreme in his anti-Jewish activi-
The defendant, obvi nner ties than Hitler and that in I >i
than in his appearai lie lis- he violated orders ol his
tening to the pro- case, officers.
he did not wis take an Eichmann spoki ii lei
on the Bible, sinci ltd not complicated bul nmaticallj
belong to any church, but ti.at he reel sentences in marked I ll
,'>1 thai "a realistic was a "I liever in God to his confused an ingrai
required ar autonomous j idge Landau Eichmann lcal phrasing in his i rsed
take the oatl .... form interrogation by Israeli p
\. i consi ler bit ling." after he was :
E nann thereupon "by described the ris itler I e
'""."" ":"'' ~ Jewisl G ringing a rumble of sur- Nazi '''> l" power. Aftei si
state' !i' cil d the fact that pri e and resentment from the Germany began i in victori a
At recent installation ceremonies of Congregation Yehudah uhl(' Ht'r/1 Preferred Pal itine as made up mainl: iur- th *'' "which ,vas forced i
nanns Gestapo la Germany," th< Nazis began to
think of themselves as all-powerful
and initiated evil actions.
Mosbe are (left to right Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz, spiritual a Jew'sn homeland, he had agreed : Eichm
leader; Joseph Rosenfeld, outgoing president; Henry Gilbert, to an al:c:"nat'Vt-' mely Mada- bors.
:ew president, v/ho receives gave! of office; and Sam f. Hei-
mcn, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, guest
of honor.
gascar. Eichmann said he had
recommended Madagas ir to hi,
superiors as an ansv, -r.
Miami Students
Degrees
Gen. lisenhower Named
.;' I'ichmann's first state-
*-as a charge that he had He asserted that this was a
been kidnaped by Israelis in tragedy over which I had no In-
Acting under or effect j Buenos Aires and "fore-i to sign fluence because my lowly rank
Jewish emigration at .!i costs, he the statement that he voluntarily and P^11"1'1 He *
said he saw no contradiction be- accepted trial in Israel. He testi-
not foresee what the Nazis ii
tween aiding Zionism, which also tied that he had been chained to a cd l0 do l. the Jews at the time
fostered emigration, and expulsion bed by his captors and asked by he joined the party.
of the Jews from Nazi Germany, i one of the "commandos" to sign Under questioning by Dr. Serva-
Ile described himself as ad- ;ho statement. He said he coun-jtius, Eichmann said he repeatedly
Wirr Dparpp """ Z_W^ the Heart Assn. : Greater Miami.
Two Greater Miami residents announced that Gen Dwight Eisen-
. i .------n>-u-------- lover to Argentine police and that "ont line but was refused. Tne>
sed. He said' questioning was based on docu-
__ed from his merits in Eichmann's personal SS
manner of pained he bonds and a^'a'n ^ to sign, add- tile. which had been submitted by
added that he regretted to say in" ,hat "tnis cannot be regarded the prosecution, one of them was
that some departments in the Nazi M a act of free will a recommendation tor a promotion
D;i. .__. i. i tor Eichmann in the SS because tie
Reich not only did not cooperate. Before ^j^g his question. ; ..hecured vaiuable property for
but even torpedoed efforts at jng# Dr. Servatius made brjef \^Zny." a re,,renJt. [hc prose-
introductory statement to the ef- culion had saiil meant the billions
feet that "Two worlds face each ,n property sold trom the Jewish
other here the world of suf- victims of the ;az: TiCIOCau&T.
Irtes who received baccalaureate directors of the American Heart feeding the process erf emigration, !0 Argennne pon
and graduate degrees at Brandeis !" ....... and no Zionist car complain I this Request was refusi
I erslty'i tenth commencement ______________ |ever was a hindrance." Showing a "5_-,wa!_,if .e?.:5e!^?Jse.
t Rockwell, Nine
Of the
on June ll.
An climated 6,900 persons a
ti ed 'he graduation ceremonies
ontheumversitiy'sWaltham.Mass., HencSlffien Fined
campus, and heard l.S. Sen. Hu-
bertH Humphrey(D-Minn.) assist- NEW ORLEANS-(JTA>-Amer- cES^^1^
S^SSS^S^'JSS r\ Ni!Z' J"?' le?dKe' ?!"* Eichmann cited the stand of
run, ,fjus "storm- Joachim Wl Rlbbentrop< ,.. Nazi
major ob-
tter refused
gres to transfer
h other coun-
pt them
Awarded the Bachelor of Arts troopers- have been found guilty p^Un Minister as a
j i were Miss Alyce Y. Gold- yI unduly alarming the public and stacie because the latt
berg. 6146 Pinetree dr.. Miami 0f conspiring to breach the peace L, allow the emigres ,
' while picketing a local theatre funda withoul whic|
here last month durmg showing |,.ic< ref|lst.u [0 acct.
of the film "Ex3dus The ten
Beach, and Charles S. Kamen, 2166
St.
Goldbern. daughter of Mr.
Vis. Charles Goldberg, is a
Nazis were given varying jail
psychology major at Brandeis. She terms,
\ is a number of Gilbert and Sulli- Rockwell, who was sentenced to
van Society, the Spanish Club and jo days in jail and fined $100 was
Chorus. A graduate of Miami Beach: released under a S 1,000 bond to ap
High School, she attended New pear in court in his home town of
STorfc University in 1959-60. Arlington, Va.. to answer charges
Kamen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hen- of failing to pay alimony. Three
1. Kamen. was a Dean's last stu-1 of R0ckWeU's "lieutenants." in-
dent at Brandeis. President of Stu : secretary of
dent Council in I960. Kamen was v*" *
also treasurer of Student Council1 the Party, were given 4o-day jail
and a class representative during sentences and fined $75 each. The
hi- lour years. He was active on: 0(ncr sjx were sentenced to 30
t:i. emergency public Integrationk m jail and {ined $:50 eact,.
committee and the committee for a
sine unclear policy. Kamen ma-
jored in sociology and was the re-
cipienl of the Richard Welling
At this point in the testimony.
Dr. Serva'ius submitted a report
by Joseph Kennedy, then United
States Ambassador to Britain,
quoting von Ribbentrop as assert-
ing that Jws were without ex-
ception pickpockets, murderers,
and thieves and that all of their
assets and properties had to be
returned to Germans to whom
it "properly belonged." The
Kennedy report had been pre-
viously introduced by the pros-
ecution.
erers and the world of the rulers,
the sufferings of the victims and
the power of tyranny." The
West German attorney added
that the machinery of the Naii
dictatorship would be described
in Eichmann's testimony, which
would also cover the status and
position of Eichmann in that
machinery.
Eichmann said "this wa a
mistake by my superiors." He
described as "a standard sen-
tence" a comment in another
document on his "toughness" in
carrying out his duties.
In testimony designed to demon-
strate his humane attitude. Eich-
mann said he applied for permis-
Dr. Servatius continued that "the 1 sion to study Hebrew under a
defense will show that the defen- rabbi so that he could read a Y;d-
jdant's activities followed from or- dish paper published in Warsaw,
ders of the leadership and. from He said it would have been
the point of view of the defendant.: simpler to have had the rabbi ar-
w ere the inevitable result of those. rested and ordered to teach him
orders." Hebrew, "but I wanted it other
Dr. Servatius also asserted that | wise." He said he applied to his
the defense would prove that there superiors for an allocation of three
was no truth in prosecution char- marks an hour for such instruction.
was on the yearbook staff and re-
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Anne Frank chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women held a meeting and
card party at Park Lane Cafeteria,
Coral Way. on Tuesday noon.
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Friday. June 23. 1981
Burdine's Chief Alfred H. Daniels
Elected Vice Pres. of Federated Stores
.--...-'Jine 's president. Alfred H.
Daniels, was elected vice president
Inc at a recent meeting of the
tv,c<<\ of director- in Cincinnati.
Itt chief executive officer of the
five Burdine stores in South Flori-
da ^art of the Federated group.
enters the top council of the na-
tion biagfcst. most profitable de-
pari.T.ent store chain, as a result
o: hit election
:-( r ,.. hi- recent SB ment
, c'.rement George E Wh.tten.
v h shared the ehh re-
.r,i!:'.ie- with Dan;eo i\ in
Levitt to Head
New Civic Group
I -,ald Levitt, local public rela-
tior.s consultant, ha- been fleeted
p:> -den; of the West Dade Citizens
A-
The nonprofit civic organization
t\a- a membership of property
owners from Coral Gables. South
Miami, aud the Southwest unincor-
p jiUrd areas of Dade county.
Other officer" of the group are
vice presidents. Arthur Phillips.
Norman Pallot. Mrs Herbert Hei-
ker.: treasurer. Lev* Harder, re-
cordiflg secretary. Mrs. Frank
Parker; and corresponding leere-
Ur*, Mr- Wallace Lazarus
I p meetings j Federated vice
:,re-;dent.
Daniels came to Miami in 19S7
as president when Burdine's made
an affiliation with Federated. He
i* a majna com laude graduate
of Harvard College, a member of
Phi Beta Kappa, and holds a
MBA degree from Harvard Busi-
ross School, where he has since
lectured and for which he has
prepared various publications.
Prom 1986 to i56. he w a s di
Abraham ie Straus, largest of the
Federated stores .n Brooklyn. NY,
where he became vice president
ur.ri general merchandise manager
,: soft line- there.
For a year prior to timing to
Miami, he worked out of Federat-
- :.eacquarter.-> in Cincinnati a-
ar. executive concerned with man-
agement of the entire group, which
operated 50 main -tores and branch-
es in 32 communities across the
nation.
Daniels i> active in local civic
affairs He is on the board of
trustees of the United Fund of Dade
County, on the board of directors
Of the Opera Guild of Greater Mi-
ami, and is a member of Dade
County Development Commission
and of the Miami-Dade County
Chamber of Commerce.
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Miami Beach, with his wife. Stella
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Syrian Units Kill Israeli Border
Watchman and Wound Another
JTA By Direct "*ietj,p* Wiro
TEL AVIVAn Israeli watchman
wa. killed and another wounded
l renewal of border raids by
Syrian elements at two points
north of Lake Tibenas on Monday
nisht.
United Nations truce observers
inched an investigation of the in-
cidents Tuesday.
The first attack came when
Syrian units opened heavy fire
on Israeli farmers near Shear
ALfBED H. DAMIiLS
Arab League
Threatens Force
Against Israel
Continued from Page 1-A
that friendship and strengthen it
further.")
Meanwhile, a Conservative mem
ber of Parliament, William Yates,
Tuesday accused Israel, on the
floor of the House of Commons, of
perpetrating 'a threat" to violate
the Israeli-Arab armistice agree
ment by allegedly planning to di-
vert the waters of the Jordan River
for its own use Mr Yates voiced
his accusation in the form of a
question to the Lord Privy Seal.
Edward Heath, asking what the
government intended to do to pre-
vent such a "violation."
While Mr Heath replied that the
government was not aware of such
a threat." Sir Barnett Janner.
Labonte Member, advised Mr
Yates: "The constant bullying by
Nasser and his people is something
that might be attended to. rather
than the asking of such questions."
Sir Barnett suggested that the
best way for solution of the Jordan
River problem was "for both par-
ties to provide suJficient waters for
themselves." He added 'there is
no violation whatsoever by Israel
on this matter."
Thirty Advisors
Honored Here
Thirty advisors of B'nai B'rith
Youth Organization were honored
at the Dupont Plaza hotel last
week.
They were presented with certifi-
cates by Eli Hurwitz. chairman of
the Greater Miami board of direc-
tors for BBYO. and members of
the Aleph Zadik Aleph and B'na;
B'rith Girls presented a program
of entertainment.
Martin Sachs, president of the
BBYO Youth Organization, was m
charge of the evening.
Guest speakers included Hur-
witz, David Sachs, chairman ot the
Florida State BBYO committee,
and Mrs. Jerome Robinson. Miami
BBYO director. Milton Fendell,
Hurricane AZA advisor, who has
been the longest in service, present-
ed a special award to Mrs. Edward
Sabra, advisor to the Elysium chap-
ter in Hollywood for her eight years
of service.
Guests include District B'na;
B'rith presidents, Judge Milton A
Friedman and Mrs. Alfred Reich;
Arnold Ellison, district 5 member-
ship secretary; Charles SeiaviUh.
president-elect, Florida State A
B'nai B'rith Lodges; .lack Kersh-
ner, president, South Florida B'na:
B'rith Council, and Jack Fink, past
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Friday. June 23. 1861
Jewish School
Registration Soared
Again This Year
Registration at Jewish schools in
;.:ni for the year 1960-61 son rod
pin. Statistics compiled by the
cau of Jewish Education show
,- increase of 1.149 students over
school year 1959-60. While this
:. was below the 1.462 figure of
-: year. Still this year- statistics
v, that almost 10.000 individual
ish children are attending the
>chool. Hebrew afternoon and
i ,...y-a week departments of
37'Jewish schools of Greater
< mi and Hollywood.
The total registration in the
( atek* Miami Jewish schools now
ostl equals the Jewish school
population of such municipalities
(ieveland. Ohio and Baltimore.
The increase also shows the
i-iiect of growing housing devclop-
ii nt in North Beach and South
The trend toward more inten-
.ive Jewish education continues
with, a total of 5,242 students in
-* afternoon Hebrew and morn-
irvg pre-school departments, com-
re red to 4,333 in 1959-60, a gain of
909 students. The one-day-a-
-iu -departments gained only
'.*0 students this year. The health-
*t! trend of greater registration
H gir|s in the intensive Hebrew
reoartments continues with an
ircreas* of 344 girls. This trend
i* underlined by the decrease of
n girl* in the one-day-a-week
ctpartments.
An interesting development is
the registration of 914 pupils in the.
Ij nursery and kindergarten de-
: -: merits. There are now 18 such
departments in Jewish scchools.
I i preschool program is gaining
greater recognition with the licens-
i'. of preschool teachers under a
II Code of Practice, initiated by
thi Bureau of Jewish Education.
i nty preschool teacher licen-
ncs were issued this year to quali-
i teachers at the annual meet-
i I the Bureau
The lack of a recent Jewish pop-
1 otion study in Greater Miami
makes it impossible now to tabu-
. Cdurately how many Jewish
: t n between the ages of 4 and
it currently live in the Greater Mi-
-rea." according to Bureau of
1 "The past figures of the
1 au, which are subject K> many
1 .tions. show a tentative total
-.it 13.000. Hence, this year.
77 percent of our Jewish child
! lation may be registered in
ewish schools. This figure is
. bove the national average of
percent for children registered
vlewM ihrk/tan
Pcge 11-A
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL iJ?lff*2 HEBREW SCHOOL
Adath Ychumn ** ""* T-*' **" Wrt '-
Beth David Congregation 23 29 ** 23
Beth El Congregation ?3 At 297 185 4*2
Beth Emeth Congregation 17 ?4 ., ?J S3
Beth Israel Congregation ^ & "-59
Beth Jacob Congregation 22 12 34
Beth Kodesh n 4 81
Beth Torah Congregation 43 5^ cr oil ,5 15
Congregation Yehuda Mosh< 45 S 2? 2JS 382
Coral Way Jewish Center J? | X ,2 l"
^aH?int Jewish Center 3, g S S fo S
Flagler-Granada 26 ,4 4r 29
Kneseth Israel ^ 5 u
Miami Hebrew School 21 5
Southwest Jewish Center 33 s ^
Temple Beth Am 25 31 56 135 60 1M
temple Beth El (Hollywood) 6 7 12 19 ]C
Temple B'nai Sholom 40 jrj 5<
Temple Beth Sholem (Hollywood) "4 13 37 S6 75
Temple Beth Sholom 40 27 f>7 r.8 34 155
Temple Emanu-El 23 IS 42 192 47
Temple Israel M 10
lemple.Iudea 21 21 42 115 36 15]
Temple Menorah 11 15 26 177 2.37
Temple Xer Tamid 3 4 7 45 ,: 62
Temple Sinai 11 11 22
Temple Sinai (Hollywood) 35 5] 13*3
Temple Zamora ,".4 4 35
Temple Zion 4C 33 73 158 M 216
Tifereth Israel Northsidt ic 2 12
Tiferetb Jacob 7 10 17 52 28 8C
Workmen's Circle 34 19 53
Young Israel 16 2C 36 58 3 f.l
TOTALS 481 433 914 3122 1206 4325
"!c*l (Jnduplicated Registration at Schools 10,697
Total Registration at Schools 9,932
Registration Increase over 1960 1,149
SUNDAY SCHOOL
Boys Girls Total
36 40 7f
85 66 151
7 12
& .. w -.. K
22 12 34
7 8 15
M 108 203
17 11 28
240 138 378
165 95 :-
13C
34
164
32 3 35
7 4 11
8 12 20
11 7 18
387 352 739
58 85 143
4.=! 40 85
59 32 91
130 219 349
118 223 341
4S 438 888
196 233 42:<
144 m 241
15 25 4(
174 135 309
42 39 81
10 19 29
28 66 f-4
22 3C 52
13 17 30
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Disability Funds
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BRUSSELS A bill was intro-
duced in the Belgian Senate on
Tuesday which would automatic-
ally grant a ten percent disability
rating to -11 persons in Belgium
who had been arrested and held
during the Na/.i regime as political
i. it ners.
The disability rating wool! be
accorded on account of the "con-
centration camp pathology" ->if-
fered bj these prisoners an l to
compensate for the deterioration
their physical well-being result-
ing from their deportation
The rating would be given to
every political prisoner who had
been deported for a period of at
least a year or had been de-
ported after September, 1944
and interned until liberated by
the Allied forces.
The disability rating would also
b< given to those imprisoned i:i the
Belgian concentration camp at
Brendonck.
The disability rating il enacted
into law. would automatical!) in-
crease the amount of compensa-
tion to which former political pris-
oners are entitled.
2767
265fc
5455
in Jewish schools at one particu-
lar linn
Declared Louis Schwartzman,
executive director of the Bureau:
"If we add to the present 9,932
unc'uplicated local registration
total, the number of students who
withdrew from Jewish schools
during the past few years and
children receiving private in-
struction, we may estimate a
20'T- increase to the 9,932 total,
or 11,928 children in the Greater
Miami area exposed to Jewish
education at some time during
school age.
"The Miami average may be al-
most 92T-. some 12 percent above
the national average of 80';. How-
ever, a hard core of over 1.000 Jew-
ish children may remain who re-
ceive no form of Jewish education
at any time. This core of 1,00 Jew-
ish "illiterate*- students has re-
mained constant for the past five
years.''
The school listing below, gives
the details
Community Relations Council Opens Meet
By Special Report
NEW YORKTwo hundred dele-
gates of 60 American Jewish or-
ganizations attending t h e annual
plenary session of the National
Community Relations Advisory
Council at the Shereham hotel here
were to plunge immediately into a
debate Thursday on censorship and
other limitations on freedom of ex
pression.
Later in the four-day conclave,
the delegates were to wrestle with
problems and issues affecting re-
[igious freedom, civil rights, and
Jewish status. Prominent among
the topics slated for discussion are
right-wing political and economic
movements, including the John
Birch Society: the population ex-
plosion in metropolitan areas, with
its implications for equal opportun-
ity and for interracial and other
intergronp relationships; school de-
segregation in the North and South;
trends in relationships among
Catholics. Protestants and Jews,
and an analysis of some of the is-
sues on which they are most divid-
ed; and the impact of the Eichmann
trial on American public opinion.
Participating in the sessions are
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reviewing the events of 1930-61 that
have affected the issues with which
the affiliated organizations are con-
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Simon Addresses Realtors
George A. Simon, president of
the .Miami Board of Realtors, ad-
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Hialeah-Miami Springs Board of
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Friday. June


Dade Bar Honors Deceased Lawyers
Groundbreaking ceremony at Southwest Jew-
ish Center religious school shows (left to right)
Murray Sparaga, building fund chairman,
Rabbi Morris Skop, Rabbi Maurice Klein. Mur-
ray Halpern vice president of the congrega-
tion, Nat Lurie, Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice
president. University of Miami, Milton Miller,
president of Southwest Jewish Center, Cantor
Herman Gottlieb, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bram-
bier, Mrs. Nat Lurie, Abe Edlin.
The Dade County Bar Assn. paid .
tribute this week to Miami area.
attorneys who died during the past
year. Circuit Court Judge Ray H. \
Pearson waT the principal speaker.!
Thoe honored were Abe Arono-
vitz. Walter H. Beckham, Ira E.
Billmgham. Oscar S. Caplan.
Donald E. CuMer, William G. Dries-
bach, Wallace B. Foard. Herbert L
Gutterson. Grady C. Hams, Stuart
C. Harvey. Jacob Kauffman. David
A. Katz, John F. Lanigan. Samuel'
J. McKim.
Also. J. H. Mercer. Ken Mosier.
Donald If. Nelson. Mark O'Quin. L.
Raymond O'Steen, Ralph W. Prout.
George J Ramsey. Ernest F
Roberts. Abe Shugerman. H. H.
Taylor. Ferret P. Tralles. Web-
ster G. Wallace and Thurman A.
Whiteside.
Southwest Center In Groundbreaking
Groundbreaking ceremony for the
new Southwest Jc.ish Center reli-
giius school at (M38 SW 8 st., was
h< id last week. Chairman of the
teiemony was Murray Sparaga,
vice president of the Center, and
Eugene Dondes. co-chairman.
Dr. H. Frankiin Williams, vice
president of the University of Mi-
ami, was guest speaker.
Rabbi Morns Skop. of Temple
Judea. offered the invocation. Can-
tor Herman Gottlieb, also of Tem-
ple Judea. presented a program of:
liturgical numbers.
Rabbi Maurice Klein, spiritual
leader of the Center, addressed the
gathering.
Gold-colored shovels were used
to unearth the site of construc-
tion for the new facilities, with
Milton Feller, president of the
congregation, offering an address
of greeting.
Children of the religious school,
under the direction of George Bol-
ner, rendered "What a Synagogue
Means to Me."'
Mrs. Howard Gurland, member-
ship vice president of Sisterhood,
and Phil Marks, president of the
Men's Club, also offered greetings.
Sam Brambier was honored with
being chosen as the first to sink
his shovel into t h e construction
site.
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Staggering Problems Face
Community Today
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By DR. JOSEPH R. NAROT
Temple Israel of Grrtrer Miami
As we turn to the summer and
look back on the synagogue year
thai has passed, we see much that
is disturbing and yet r.ot without
hope.
In our community, perhaps the
most serious problem facing us is
in the area of fund-raising. The
past failures of the United Fund
and of our Jewish Federation to
meet its goals has affected the
community sei though some
I us may be una i There
is a great dangel I ia'1 the "jungle"
fund-raising ;: which have
All culture
mvert, far as lie* Within its pow
fi.ii-i into enjoyment, necessity
v freedom. KLATZKIN.
*
Bv culture ue understand t'ie
onions develoftwieni of '! the
rs tnd capacities q/ man.
PERLES.

White we d.- ire in Palestine is to
I I <<:; hdndj ;" (|lt.
. lab >r >ni the hi ihest
S.r
vices
J hi s L/Ve c It e n J
' and
.i :- then
... n\y
u in
v IRDON
confronted us tl
f3r, tl every
-
jlvvrcw v_^o-iv erscition
in \ T5JL3_l!J $ 5
y,i, p^inTDj?
Inaton iDoxnn inx ar
t : : tv
Inform a tiorTTorje included in "the Religious Services coTurfTrt'
must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later
than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All re-
leases received after that time will be returned as proof of
their lateness.
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7001 Carlyle ava.
Orthodox. Rabbi line Ever.
MSHE EMES.
Conservative,
pi esiacot.
2531 SW 19tn ave.
Maxwell Silberman,
--
BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con-
servative Rabbi Norman Shapiro.
Cantor William W. Lioson.
Satunlu.v 10 a.m. Bai Mltsvah: Larry,
si.n ... Mr : 11 I Mr- I. hi'- S. Mill:
ltarr>, -.hi o( Mi M.-. W llllan
Alii.n
SETH EL. 500 SW ITtn ave. Orthodox
Raabi Soiomcn Sehi'f

BETH EMETH. 12250 N W 2nd ave.
Conservative. Cantor Hyman Fein.
RA3BI JOSEPH NAROT
. .. profound issues
big and little lign is I i be
carried on inde| It all the
others, will cans? ., re blow to
jur area over ; > ; ..- The hope
lies in the facl I tal na ly respon-
sible people, bo;:-. Fund and
Federation, are beginnil to real-
ize what all : Perhaps
e have reached the esl point possible.
In the larger -h world, possibly the most important problem
has been the controversy amons the Zionists and non-Zionists and
Prime Minister Ben-Gurion concerning the destiny of American Jews.
Mr. Ben-Gurion has criticized American .lews for not settling in Israel;
then he entered into ar. agreement with a leading American Jew re-
scinding his theory; and then he lashed out against the Zionists in I BETH TORAH. 164th st and ne nth
. .,, ., .. ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
America for criticizing his agreement with the non-Zionists. This con- 1Cnitz. cantor Ben-zion Kirschen
Iroversy is as unfortunate as it is unnecessary.
Mr. Ben-Gurion has two problems: He needs strong creative Jews.
l"""in ri?r'? *^9R "^^ "ll^O such as America can provide: and at the same time he needs the
moral and financial support of American Jews who do not wish to
settle in Israel. He will always be torn between these points of view,
and we should learn to live with this problem.
A few months ago, the approaching trial of Adolf Eichmann was
frightening us. No one knew what to expect. We were afraid of
many dire consequences. Now the trial is half over, and most of our
fears proved to be needless. Eichmann is still the conscience-less
, creature he was before, and the same dilemma faces the Jews of
: Israel. What punishment would possibly fit the crime?
The issue that pushed the Eichmann trial from the front pages
: of the newspapers is the issue of world peace. Will the nations of
the world survive, or will they resort to war? Thus far the United
-Kin D'Vinrrnsp (1911)
Tilts mm -ipx ,roW
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c?#tf ,-nn W rrxiDi
r T : :
c^rrnnn^n maatf3
motn rrnnx *?v ruitfion
T V I f T
r-^sn onaisrn nmnon
3ETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Or-
thodox, hijci h. b>oii nottman.
BETH JACOB. 30:-3*1 Washington
av Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. ;
Cantor Maurice Ma-nches.
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BETH KODESH. 11851 Quail Roost dr.
Rabbi Harold R:cht*r.
i .- r
Saturcla> T .
. Week "
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BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave.
Ortnodox. Julius Saaero, presioent.
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BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or.
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
baum.
ij 7:1". p.in Satui l u 8 IS a.m.
Bar M ah: 1 "anns -on of Mr an
Mr.- Howard Roth; K rry, gon of Mr,
and Mrs. Ma ill Ice VVltenaKj
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIN!. 1544
Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strassfeld.
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Sam-
uel April. Cantor Gershon Levin.
Frlda> T p.m. Saturday 9 ^i in Bar
Mltzvah: Glen, sun "f Mr. and Mr*
i taorge Siahl.
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DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd at. Con-
servative. Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
Nations, in spite of all its difficulties, still stands as a source of hope, j flagler-granada.
"DP nXS- ,(192 0 T)W2) We can'only pray that in the coming weeks and months mankind will] ft^cTntor Wnt
T T I maintain its sanity and live. S
-T3i nnpnana ,nixDi?3
- I : t t :
Tya nlinig ,ni^D3n iddd
"bxi niXDTa n1?^ 3lip
.D^Xpil D'D
nVrmm nnan nap^a
?s "^n rerjto^g r:'?y
':ian nx o^p1? d^Ihtibj?
risnxa ixn oai^ ,n,l?iyn
-... T r.... T
rT'xiBi nrnaa nfrtfni
r.'NiD-i miH an1? c?-;n7i
: t : v v t ~ :
: "t: : t T : l
(raVis nnav n'>a nx^na)
t 1 -i -1 i
M.WIATI0N -
RABBI MAX A. LIPSCHITZ
Coordinator
Contributor:
RABBI SOLOMON BCHIFP
Cfrr.s of Wisdom
Sick Fond
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By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX J
, .._,. .u J T/u.s- pate is prepared in co-
Why is .t frbu>dn to burn o I d ^ ^ ^ Spn:uj( ^aJ.
prayer booki? i Q Miami Rdbb.n.
Since praver books contain the '
name of the Almighty, anything but tUI n>
respectful treatment of them is for-j
! idden. Many scholars trace this
idea back to the Biblical injunction!
of disposing of the, names or repre-
sentations of the Almighty as one
would destroy the names of idols
which are an abomination to the
j ,i ..y., ."j'j not do so w"mmi"''"iim;:^"imui'm"!ll'l'ull"ll'liJ''"'M:a'!"'''ll'l''*
unto "the Lord, thy God." (Deut.
12:4).
This is the tpOO wh,cn ,he
Talmud ecla that it is forbid-
den to destroj ised Sefer Torah
which cannot -i anvnure j-|.; ^ wflshed and purincd
(rs that n
50 NW 51st
Rabbi Gerald
Bernstein.
Friday 6:30 p.m. Saturdaj : a.m.
Ml
SAYINGS OF FATHERS
Chapter 5:10
Tlirrr. art seven marljs of an tin-
cultured, and seven of a wise man.
The wise man does not sfeak, he-
fore In": who n greater than he m
U'i low; an I I brea^ in up-
.hi th speech I fel iu', he is
noi hasty
natter.
answers lo i up-
on the fir.st i the
. .
.: .'
lOt 1 utl T j!I
IS tllUlll-
tured
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There tei itnong
men he wl "if !
is mine and u i thine
In. is a neutral i ici me say
this i- .: that oj So-
dom i he u'h i What is mine
iv ilmic- and whai is thine u mine
is a :i i Whai i*
mine i< t'nn\e a-. I n hat is thine >-
thine, is a sain I it*ho says What
iv thine is mine an I ichai i mine
u limit, is J u'icfc.ed ":an
* *
Verse 16
As to alms giving there are four 1
dispositions; \m who desires tii give
but that others sh mid not give, his
eye i> evil towards what appertaw.-.
to others; he who desires tliat
others should .:'.' e but will noi
give himself, his eye is evil against .
uihat is his own; he u-ho gives and E
wishes others to give, is a saint; lie
who will not gn and does no:
uiil: others ti> give, is a u'tc^eJ
man.
HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON-
GREGATION. 1150 W. 63th at.. Hia-
leah.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson St. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.
ISRAELITE rjENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen,
p ,. 6 SO p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
:. i- M tzvah: Ri beri n of Mi, and
\!:-. Abraham Wagner; afternoon Rar
Mllzval Edward, of Mi and
Mr.-. Ii\ii"~ Kravlt*.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid avt.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrtield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
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MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th ave. Traditional.
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OHEV SHALOM. 911 N/ormandy dr.
Orthodox Rabbi Phmefls Weberman.
, Megillah 26b), an I
must he place reverence in- for ^ reas()n (h.it s()|)U, .
t lion ... ...... u utackin
to an earthen^ i;J
buried, preferably with a sch
i i
holds." Katurdaj I :80 a.m. Bar Mits<
rah: Michael, son "f Mr. and Mrs.
II. rbi 11 Rose,
TEMPLE MENORAM. 820 75th at.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
h'rlua; 6:3U p.m Saturdaj 9 a.m. s.-r-
ni.in: "The Portion of the Law." Bar
Mi tzvah: Rlchaid. son of Mr. and
Mr.- David Brand) Fr I, son if Mr.
and Mrs. Robs Pi Icha^on.
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th at. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Saniu'l Gomoero.
Saturdnj 1:4." Sermon: "Ood'a
Revelation M i
TEMPLE SINA! NO. MIAMI. 12100
NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno
M. Wallach.
Pi i.i r. .- ,n -i Rett ara
for u i;.ii"I I
i0.tUTHCVonESSeTl!vyESabSb4.38 SStJB. TEMPLE Timm JACOB fW
a-Ct-ir>. Flamingo Way. Conservative. RabBI
I ,.,,!.,. |3 p.m "The Fu- Leo Heim.
.. .i u. ire '' ;,,i' "' "' ifurdaj '
-hould be returned to the Almsgnu am ... Mltsva|, RK-key, son ol Mr.
in the same state Of ritual purity ami Mi* i..... Lubin^ ._. _
as it wa.s given to man al Its birth TFMP, ,D^TH yeshuron. 2320 jui fiori. *t wm*
Furthermore, just as the body IS \= mat it. Rabbi_Ma Zuckar. Caotop Jaeob Goldfarb
TEMPLE ...' '- i860 N. Kendall'-
dr.. S Miami. Reform Rabbi Herbert
Baumqard. Cantor Charles Kodner.
.. s:i:. p.m. -
authori-ji,, ,
, insist that the washing take
close as possible to the
TEMPLE ZAMOH-*. 44 Zamora aye.
Conservative. Rabbi 8. Leon Hurwitz.
washed immediately after birth, so
and purifi
mmediately before burial.
- veil, soil
lln.
.- 1 i:.
b\
>>
.ck runa nulled, preuia-'.- '---- ] as t|();t. as possioie 10 mc -
day ft. -SMkers convened One of the Ij *%&$* 5me of burial instead of .mined:- temple -he, or holly-
S5ed S SSd a sick nun. ties claims t lJSS!T atel> i"t"1 death; "^ "....."^f.- -
would afford patients assist- u s red ^ ^ ^,KRirft%M
n nine of need. And so. in
Ihe first sick fund was estab-
which rendered medical as-
e to every member who paid
a fix ,| lt.0>
Wh
ilitarian purposes I one would
then be using books for
mundane purposes such as fire-
wood.
*
Why is
thing from a house of mourning TEMpLE BETH SHolom. 41 during the seven-day mourning ,ve Liberal naobi Leon Kromih
period? (Shivah) Cantor Oav One of the later authorities (Aki- t|mp .na^holom.^^n^
! ba Egar) seems to feel that a spirit | L Lawrence
'of impurity would rest upon what emanu*el. itoi wa.nmc
ever is removed from the hOUSe Ol T^0MnPi-vle. conservative. Rabbi irvint
lehrm.in. Cantor Husch Adler.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Can-
tor Albert Giantz.
Pi i.i.,. ; p.m I >n: "1 hi> i
| mil the I 'lei l '
host: .<;-;. i'li.....I -
s, ,.,,.. n i loes lud t'reo Blind
Patlh?" H Ml avail: Ivan, son \h and Mrs, Si yn >ui Borak
YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixi*
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
Stemmetz. Cantor Maurice Neil.
Friday 1 n Si ters or
the Hi ..i ,:"'
Mltsvah: H of Mr. and Mrs.
S id n ej Shi rma i
the Hrst World War and its why must tne body of a corspe be
s were over, and the Gene ritual!y washed before burial?
deration of Labor was found- .. ()f thc Scfcr mourning during this period Some I Lehrm.n. cantor H,sch Ad,er. ^
1920). the sick fund expand Jun;'! ,at the body question whether or not this reason Uil Prl......, th
: .-tablished its own clinics, Chasstdim, ^ be restl.icted t0 the house ... Bar v '".;;:.;';,,;;'
Idea and hospitals. Today Z=Z ulu>rein the death took place or ,, guel
VOUNG ISRAEL.
Ortnor"ix. Raobi
990 NE 171st at,
Eherwip Stauber.
imber of persons who benefit
its assistance totals over a
h-'llion, a n d at its disposal are
Incarly a thousand clinics and two
' and doctors.
. masses of inv whether it applies even if the Shi-
St of whom, medically vah t0ok place in another home
migrants, mos
aile"d from backward (other than where the death took
countries, and render them medi- ;lh;,,,.
Sussistance and guidance in mat-
Since the emergence of the State ters of hygiene
and beginning of mass immigra- Ivnt Qlamit)
Uon
the sick fund was cha
Some claim that this would de-
prive the heirs from having that
Item a their inheritance.

rcMPLE IS "^ "f 19,h !
R.torm. Rah, osrph R. Na.Ot
Cantor Jacon ecrnitein
TEM^wE .
Lihi-al K
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\-1 Ida) v :
i.-rmo av
-on. Canto

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Pace
+Jeit Fkr-fijr
Fr:daY' h* 23. 1961

Braws-'n? N rft ??: Bv HiLAR? '."N'Pi.lS
Suspense and Intrigue in the Wcrld of the Kibbut
-
~- EVES ROAD B. = -* S-1 Trnld ::~ -
French sy R.el*-: -- : 1:1 r: New :
Q_T OP THE tlgt
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C*M Spof/igJr*: 3, MILTON FRIEDMAS
Element of Morality Faces Administration
|J EITHER A
R

-a"-- | : -
bar Al L" S
caua
P inning a .-.-. i Asian na
. ; Halpei I from the airlines
be mid be refused | S
Arabia merely because I Jewish He :...: not
-x Saudi Arat ui ui tenninal
built by American taapaj -
Convinced thai Kb sr a -r>.-- Implemem ts
pnateaNd ideals ehetber in Alabama -jt Arabia."
Rep HeJpcrn'i experiefl.; dramatized in issue
will soon face Congress The Administration baa
ju>t -3->ked an ppeopf atioa cf nearly 55 billion .n
new aid funds Presadeal Kennedy has annou-
a -New Frontier eoneept, l.akmg aid with social
justice and moral responsibility jn the part ,:
beneficiaries.
.
ON Listening Post:
By SAUL CARSON
B G's Visit West
United Nat.
tSIHlLE T* BIG headlines in
" .- : press reported the
[recent spate A summitry at the
opn .- -. highlighting Prei
lent K tmedj conferencea with
'.-.:- \ .-:.-. K
;.! 3r;ta.n s ever-amiable
Kit I -i Harold Macmillan. the
I by Israel s D.
Ben-Gunon. were rerlooked In Can-
ada, the United States, it the United Nations, in
Britain ar.d in Frai very active elder
-man ?arner-rd share A attention a
ibare me might a; no re thai n men-
suratt- with Israi vt :he physical stature jf
Bon-Guriea himself
T.ne official comn iliowing Ben-Gur
talk- with Canad me Minister John G. Diefen-
baker. Kennedy. Macmillan and de Gaulle did not
reveal very much. N ;r i j -ther party say a wort
about the meeting Ben had for nearly I 1
hcurs with Seeretarj -al Dag Hammarskjold.
For that matter, very little =aid for publication
even after Ben-Gunor.'s many talks in New York
with leaders of world and American Zionism and
with other top men and women in the American
Jewish community Ther? is. therefore legitimate
wonder as to the reasons Ben-Gunon undertook the
tour of the West at this tin i
For an understanding of 3en-Gurion's main inter-
national motives, and clues to his achievements, one
must examine carefully the current situation in the
Middle East. Ther.- relative peace there, of a
kind. But to Israelis living within minutes of the
range of the Russian-Blade MIG-19 jets, which the
Soviet Union ha- rously furnished to the
United Arab Republic, peace 1- illusory. The Arab
states, especially the UAR. make no secret of their
intent to make further war against Israel.
While Israel v., irating the Bar Mitzvah
anniversary of it- 1 last May 15. the
Arab states were also observing the date. Cairo's
newspaper. Al Ahram which often acts as spikes
man for the Nasser Government, reminded its read-
ers that "war with Israel is inevitable." Radio
Cairo boasted that the UAR's armed forces are now
superior to Israel's. Nasser's principal aide in Syria
implied that, during the next round of warfare
against Israel, seven united Arab armies will act as
one offensive force.
Obviously, Ben-Gurion did much more than
merely prod the memories of the other statesmen
or set the record straight. There were talks about
economics, there were discussions of the ever-explos-
ive peterrtial of the Arab refugee situation, there
were even frank exchanges about Israel's exposed
military posture.
But aons to -
la
sM bUls and personal -
The Arabs
insulted American ..t.z-r.- with seeming
Even U.S. officii
members ind militarj members larrod .:
happen to be of Jewish fa
Ye: the State Department has failed I I
the expn ... A Congress enunciated in for-
: ....-- funds fi prac-
racial or religi >us liscriminati h
Lean citizens
Tr.~ issue Qua lessiea wiO not be the eomplei
,lem of Arab blockades and boycotts against
Israel It will be far more simple The point will
be the rights and r.uman dignity of American citi-
Can "he Executive Department justify in-
creasing IS aid at a time if domestic recession,
to .Arab states that abuse Americas citizens"'
In its Dew foreign aid request, the Administra-
tion asked Congress to support "freedom of naviga-
tioa in international waterways and recognition of
the right of all private persons to travel and pursue
their lawful activities without dscnmination a- to
race or religion." But the Administration the
State Department and White House already pos-
sess such authority. The will of Congress has bern
clearly stated a number of times Yet the Execu-
tive Department, under both Republican and Demo-
cratic Administrations, has failed to act to fulfill
--paused ideals.
President Kennedy's new concept of foreign aid.
connecting it with promotion of humane ideals, faces
a crisis An Agency for International Develop-
ment." to function under the State Department, was
announced However, the only policy change m the
Near East appeared to be a plan to increase aid to
b States, while the State Department stated I
Arab religious discrimination against Americans
must be tolerated
Department ccniended it would aid Com-
i-m to annoy the Arabs about the rights
American citizens The Department said it v.
be a coercive tactic
Rep Halpern. and many Others will fight '
gress in the coming weeks against band-outs 1
hatemengers He aske.1 Are we to ass irne tha:
the will Congress "he representatives >1
American people is "coercive' because tt -
receive our aid are a-keJ to conform to internal
law and decencj
American Jews are barred from Saudi Arabia
Syria Iraq. Jordan. Yemen. Lebanon and. to some
extent. Egypt. In certain countries an American
Jew may transit an Arab terminal en route else
where, but he is humiliated and refused permission
to leave the piane. Jordan requires Americans
provide a -church certificate establishing that they
are not of the Jewish faith Jordan will receive
increased aid from the United States in the new
program
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ

the somewhat
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proit men attempt

which Indh id
e\ -" 1st iblin ah I to the his -
m are givei
h eh lead an
ind the difficulties which di
iuthor has
the :ar:r tl
sts. and the 1 ;-,.
scape fr -|
t a personal kink Suss
uses of 1
some ef the bes
the psycho] igical lor
pacifism len(
is too pat: it
excitement
: uon of the special -.
sm bred in th 1 it rumbles along fa -
: 11 in eight joi then a< ..
I it waj
Overseas newsletter: By ELIAHU SAlPHfR
The Chain Reaction
r
Jerusa m
WAS THE Lavon Atfair"
which caused Cabinet crises, tbe
resignation of the Government and
finally, the dissolution of the Par-
liament and the decision to bold
new elections in August. Oppos.t.on
parties hoped and Mapa. feared
that the Lavon Affair would also
be the main item in the election campaign arsenal
1 of all opposition parties against Mr Ben-Gunor. and
his party. However, the Eichmann trial had s_.~ 1
total impact on the Israel public that, by -
hardly anybody argues about the Lavon .Affair. Next
came the Dr. Israel Beer scandal. The opposition
parties again hoped that the discovery that one A
the confidants of top Ministry of Defense cirii?-
being charged with spying would not only supply
additional ammunition against Mapai. but als
rive :ne interest in the conditions in the security
establishment, and thus also bring new life to 'At
La'. .-. Affa r
Nevertheless, it seems, at the moment, tha:
s also < mpletei) xshadowed by the E
mann trial Mapai, so far, seems *o make head
r stratej
of the 1 : ,.- the ml si aroused by sec ri:j
mat! :- ik : the Isra -. Arm) and sub:i> .
the Eichmann trial
Prime Minister B-. is tlso Minis;
ring the past ton years slowl\
been create-d that not only tr
Defense Forces but also the Haganah, whi
ceded il Mandatory days, was the tr
David Ben-Gunon This, at least, is the picl
the minds f most of the new immigrants and
: the >uuth which has grown up since the
Ushment Of the State. Few people now are :
among these two groups who constitute the ma
of the electorate, with the name Ehahu Golomb
When Mr Ben-Gunon recently opened the Lliaiw
Golomb Museum, the exhibits in the building urere
neatly counter-pointed by the show of armaments
of the Israel Army, some of which were exhibited :n
the little park near the Golomb Museum
A Great Day for the Jewish (Horse) Race
IT WAS A great horse race
And
great day for the Jewish race. O*
course. I mean what took place at th
Belmont track recently
Sherluck. $132.10. Takes Belmont
Carry Bach 7th" was the headline run
ning across the New York Times I sup
pose almost every paper in the country
carried a similar headline. And prob
ably 40 million people watched it on television
And former President Eisenhower was there Ac-
eording to The New York Times, this was the first time
since Andrew Jackson that a President of the United
States visited a race track George Washington The
Times pointed out. was very fond of horses, but so far as
we know, never went to a horserace."
And a Jewish horse won. The owner of this new
king of the turf is none other than Jacob Sher former
chairman for Israel Bonds in Miami..
~ ^.w*1*.1 'S n0t the whole stary oi now the horses
covered the Jews with glory at '.his race.
Everyone was of course exoecting Carry Bit-* to rufl
away with the laurels. Carry "Back has been the V*"
sensation of the year. It had won the Kentucl
and then gone off to California to win the Preakness. l
seemed likely to win the Triple Crown at Belmont. pa"1
leling the great feat of Citation m 1948.
President Eisenhower put his money on Carry Back
and il seems from the newspaper accounts that be n
the advice of such race horse fans as John Hay Whitney
and Bernard Baruch.
And Carry Back too was the horse of a Jew. Ja<*
Price, also of Miami. But Carry Back only came 1
seventh.
All of this is of course something very new in Je*'s
history. In the Bible, there is mentioned one. Jen_
whose name became famous as a fast driver, but tne
is no mention of him winning any races. The Chelm.|l,
tale; which have dehghted Jews for so many genera" Z
have a lot of stories about horses. I recall one vag"
of i horse which was supposed to spit out dollar 0
But no Chelm horse ever paid off $132 for $2.00 as
luck did.


Friday. June 23. 1961
ft *Wc* nrrfrf/jr
Pcqe J5-A
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU'T OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 6'C 5594
I PETITION i >F
i WINTi >N GAfc MANN'
i Vdoption oi
BTH ANNA AN] ERS N,
NOTICE OF ADOFTICN
PROCEEDINGS
IN DAVIT) ANDERS) >N
'.-
Spa rt a Point l .-. -
. timon Mary li n
ir< hen by notifli d I hat
na .....'i I etition. r, R1C1 i.,
INTON GASTMANN, has fll<
in n in the above-styled ci urt fi r
:ion of th. mini qhild named
rein and you are required to sh< w
se why the sam< should not l .
nted by serving a ropy of .
...lien defenses, if any, upon SHKV.
:\ GOODMAN HOLTZMAN. Vt-J
i, neya for Petitioner RICHARDv
inJTON GASTMANN, :!4X sevboid,
lou'ding. Miami Si, Florida, and by
filing the original thereof with the
i '. Tk ..f said Court; on or before June
1961, otherwise a decree may be
. i,'ered against you granting "said
adoption.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
1 court at Miami. Florida, this
?6th day of May, 1961.
E B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
(Hal) By: HELEN KESSLBR
Deputy Clerk
6/2-9-16-tt
NOTICE 6Y PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 5544
I AMES DiSTEFAN".
i atntlff,
IBS ANN DI8TEFANO,
I fendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I HTLISS ANN DISTEFANC
. MaplewdM Avenue
Gloucester, Massachus. Its
y i PHTLISS ANN DISTEFANC
en by notified that a Rill ol I
i lalnt for I 'ivor. e has beei f I.
. --i yo-,1, and you an requiri
......copy of your Answer oi I ea
i ii the Iti'l of Complaint
i s Attorneys, STOLAR VN1
HNICH MO "1st Street. Mli
Fla and rib thi :- a
- r Pli adlng In thi offic.
. : th, Cin t C rt pi
i the 3 '. da> of Jim. I '
: so, Judgment bj del
. laki n against you foi the re- ;
In I in and) .i In thi Bill oi "
. i: i shall-be i I
k i,-r four consecutlvi weeks
i HE JEWISH 1- LI iRII IAN
NE AND ORDERED l I M a
thta 26th day of May. A D
B LEATHEEM.VV Clerk,
It Court, Dade County, Florida
|i i By: HELEN KESSLER
Dej'Uty Clerk
8 2-9-16-93
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
No. 52627-A
in RE Batata of
J' >S 1 PH RANDAZZO
l ceased.
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
I'D U.I. PERSONS INTERESTED IN
KSTATE OF SAID DECEDENT
V' i ;ir. hereby notified that a writ-
t. nstrument purporting to he the
' t will and testament of said dece-
has been admitted to probatl In
Court, You aie hereby CMn-
6 within six calendar months
date of the first publll
- notin to appi ar i" BBld ''
-how cause, If any you can wl
li n of said Co rt In admi'
i\ n to pn bate should m I stand
W F SLANT N
i 'ounty Judge
LOIS F 1- 1ST iRl
Seal) Clerk
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-EGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 6212
M '. '' \ Til LI :. .' ICK8< N,
: .. ntllf,
kMES D JA< KSON,
Defi ..... I
CRDER OF PUELICATlON
T' JAMES D. JACKSON,
I.. i nki
v n hereb] n<>tiflei
I y. ; anawer lo thi fi
fill against you by t .....
Norma Tl
tiff's atti '' Kent Ja eson :. I -
N.W Bth Streel Miai
t he nal with thi rl
rl n i i '
dgment by del
enti ------nsl j
! .. t Mia Florida, this
!..,. i ( i n. .::
I i- | ERMAN, Clerk
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seal) i ;- lNWAY
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
'he undersigned, desiring t< engage in
I slnesc unoer the fictitious nami of
IVANHOE RESIDENTIAL DINNER
SERVICE j.t 109! S W 23rd St., Mi-
ami Florida Intends to register said
:.. CW\k of the Circuit
rl of l >ade I "i inty, FU rlda
GOURMET MASTERS, INC
I H< schel G Levy, Pre
SCE FINK \ FORM \N
m Q irmel Masti ra, Ir.c.
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IN
N THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORiDA. IN PROBATE
No. 5290e
RE '"- late of
v \THAN B MELTZ
I > ceasi ii
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors anil All Person- Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Ba t
Estate:
Tou are hereby notified and requir-
ed to ptesertl any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate Of NATHAN B. -MELTZ ile-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida.
: the County Judges of Dade County,
and fill the same In their offices In
mnty Courthouse in Dade ( on
ty, I'll rida. within eight
months from the date of
publication hereof, oi the &am<
INN A NELLY KER81 -
Exi trlx
IRVING N \Ti: .N.- N
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
S HEREBY IVEN I I
f 11 I
-...... t h ( 111 i i na mi oi
: FRENCH BAG SHOl
i Roi :'...
tent's i register si name with th<
thi i r< II Court ol I di

NOVICE
- w |6tl Bti '
Miami Beach, Fit 11< ..
MARK SILVERSTBIN
.Attorney fi Api Meant
'; Lincoln Road*
Miami Beach, Florida
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IS i\D -CR DACE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. s PRfBA'E.
\c. 52797. A
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ceased lati Dadi itj Fli >rlds
Honoi sbli 'ountj Judgi s < f
I i intj am fib thi m< in
their ofl i i. ; .. '. inty I "ourthous*
" I ..' Ci untj. Florida, within
cal..... months fi om th< dati i.' thi
first | bllcatlon hereol Said cla img
oi :.ini~ ti contaIn tin li pal ad-
dress .t the claimant and t<- b< swot
li and presented as aforesaid, or
!-:.nn w :] be barred
i ated Ma) i:... a d 1961
MARX M FABER
As BxeCUtor Ol the l,ast Will and
T- st::ment of LOUIS 8EIDERMAN
Deceased.
FABEl! & MAYERS, Attorneys
6/2-9-16-23
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
Ne. 51987-C
IN RE: Estate of
CORNELIUS VANDERWENDE
Deceasi d,
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT.
You are hereby notified that a writ-
ten Instrument purporting to be the
last will ami testament "f said dece-
dent has been admitted to probate in
said Court You are hereby com-
mand! d within six calendar months
from the date of the first publication
of this notice to appear in said C
and show caUSi If any you can, why
action -f said Court in admitting
said will ti probate should ni l stand
unn voked.
GEI ROE T CLARE
nty Judge
: i 'IS F PASTI iRFIELD,
ii' .' Seal) Clerk
i.i : !. SCOI T KAUFMAN
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First i I this notict
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ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
sr.iri's your legal ncticea.
We appreciate your
pc'Tcr.cce and guarantee
czz-zc'.e service at legal
rales .
Uiai Fit 3-405
ic: n-.essenger service
-EGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THj
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 622f
KU \ w ADAMS,
plaintiff,
\ s
ISABELLA !. ADAMS,
i it ndant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: IPABELLE R. ADAMS
#6 Mai k Drive
Chelsea Estates
New Castle, Delaware
Yt>l ARE HEREB? NOTIFIED to
-,'\< a copy of your Answtr to the
Complaint for Divorce filed airainst
\o\i, on I laintiff's Attorneys, BERN-
.- I I IN & MILLER. Congress Build-
ing, Mil n.i 32, Florida, and to file thi
original thereof with the Clerk of the
above Court on <>r before the 17th day
of July, 1961, otherwlsi a Decree Pro
COnfesSi .vill bl entered asainst you.
Dated, at Miami. Dade County,
i~. da, this Kith day of June, 1981.
! !' LBATHERMAN, Clert
Iri it Court, Dade County. Floi'i ; I
, M CAVALARIS,
l>. puty ch vii
8 16-2S-3 '.1/1
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NOTICE UNDER
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitb us nami of
A-l MKIMCAl, SUPPLY at 2261 S.W.
37th Avenue. Miami, Florida. intnds
to reglatei said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JERRY LEWITT
6/9-16-23-30
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
CIUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 1C 67
INI \ LEE KURDYLO,
I'. :
XKV KITRDYLO,
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
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NCT.CE UNDER
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NOT1C1 HEREBY GIVEN I
fi| dei Ing to engage In
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KEY REN1 -Y.Y- is ..-.'".
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t v, mendi ti eg'.stei
nami wltl lh< Clerk ol thi
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STA> QSCHREY
GEORGE, AiMES A.- RITTER
Atti ni .- foi Gi sta i Gschn y
1150 S.W. First Street
Mian i 86, FJi rlda
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COtlfT
IN MC PCR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 52362-C
IN R] state "f
I :. KR1SAN
:i IR KllISi (N
'NOTICE TO CREDITORS
and All P.....ns llav-
j 11, mands Ag dnst Said
ti
. by notified and re iulr-
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BOR KRIS \N ;, h a 'IA-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 52961-C
IN RE: E'-tat. I I
J IME8 JOSEPH FURNISH
1 i ased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hay-
ing Claims 01 Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notifini and requir-
ed t.' presi nl any claims i n.i demands
which you maj hav against thi es-
tati --:: JAMES JOSEPH FURNISS
di ged lati "i Dad County, Flor-
ida, ti thi County Judges of I i
. nty, and file th. sami in thi li
,. in the Ci int.. Courthousi Ir
r>adi FI' rlda, within i
, ihi .iat. of the
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THOM. S F Fl'RMSS
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inty, and file thi san in
the Count) Courtl
i nty, Florida, within elzht
oi ths from th. .late of the
ilon hereof, at the same
b< baned.
\l EXANDER KR1SON,
Exi cutor
i an, Gi Idsteln & Pacslei
Attornl
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Miami, Floi Ida
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RMAN ELSON
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RIS ROBINSON &
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Fi .t. ral I uild ng
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No. 52661-B
in rti; Estate of
IDA MOSKOWITE
I i a-* "
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
II reditors and All Persona Hav-
|DI Claims or I'.mands Against .-aid
Estati
You i ri hereby notified n ,.l to present any .'aims and demamlH
i havi against thi es-
tati 'f IDA MOSKOWITZ deceased
. ; Dade County, Florida, to the
dl-et of Dadi County, TOO
ri), [hi i In their offii es in the
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Friday, June 23, \Jl
Cuban
Weapon
By MAX LeRNER
It I. only Juno. 1961. but Ihc suns have .IrM* openedI AreI for Uw
Food Fair Given
Governor's Trophy
Gov. FaiTis Bryant has awarded
Food Kan- Stores the first Gover-
nor's Recognition Trophy for work
on behalf oi the newly-created Edu-
cation and Research Foundation ot
Florida.
Samuel Fnedland. chairman "I
ll board ol Food Fair Store-, has
pledge $10,000 annually to I h e
Foundation to underwrite a market-
ing chair at a Florida university.
The trophy was presented to
Friedland by the Governor at the
got Sd of an tou it the Cuban issue, i predict **^*~":
ar.d for the next three years, it will not only be a political campaign ^^ ^ ^^ Governor's in-
weapon but the principal campaign weapon. ____ vitational dinner at the Diplomat
The new chairman of the Republican National C""****"*; hotel.
William E Miller of New York, has laid clown a full-scale T\ banagt
ngainsTthe Kennedy handling of the Cuban crisis The gist Of .Us th
the tragic Kennedy mistake was the decision not to ever the Cuban in
vasion fopce with American air power. ,,.
Note that this accepts what has been common knowledf
until now off.cialRepubl.can doctrme-that an invasion plantadI been
drawn up by Gen. Eisenhower. The Kennedy error presumably was to
an answer, which was that it
Purpose of the Foundation is to
help promote and support educa-
tional and research programs in
Florida. "Through this Founda-
tion we are adding a new dimen-
sion to the educational activities
in Florida," Gov. Bryant said.
"We will utilize this as a tool to
rescind the Eisenhower order for air cover.
W ^J^SfSi^^LSiS. aTs-ymbolized by a tormal provide greater opportunit.es than
to cover t would ha .hocked Latin American and world opinion ever before to the young people n
bevondreeoveTand redrew. 1 don't want to go into the rights and Jour State, and atjhejame time to
s debate at present. I commend to both parties the new fill a iong-l.lt need on the part of
*rd PowSf .1 anahMoi the Cuban invasion, written by Theodore Draper, our business and industrial com-
Ird ^ as a separate supplement by the New Leader. It sustains mumty ior trained technicians and
Draper" record asVe best "balanced and sharpest reasonec1 historian ; sc,enn>Uw^ are products of F lor^
Of the Castro problem. But right now 1 am more concerned with the da s educational system,
nolitical consequences of the Cuban debate inside American politics. On accepting the award. Fned-
Note that while many Democrat liberals ol the Stevenson persuasion land pointed out that the Governor
are di=enchante;l with President Kennedy lor his strongly nationalist -has provided the leadership and
and militarist position on Cuba, the Republicans do not find it nationalist strength nee .eel to launch this pro-
or militarist enough They are gambling heavily that the mood ol the gram," but that government must
American people is more intense even than Kennedy's. They attack the not be expected to fulfill Us pur-
present tractors-lor-prisoners negotiations as a form of blackmail. poses."
In one sense the Cuban issue is made to order for the Republicans .-We mil>t |ook to ,ne free enter-
Both the Goldwater and Rockefeller wings of the party can get together prjse that is the strength of our
on it and stand on common ground. And it can serve as a coverall issue democratic way of life to make the
for the important Senatorial races of 1962. regardless of the political Foundation live, grow and suc-
liberalism or conservatism of the Republican who is running or the ceed."
Democrat who is being attacked. Gov Bryant reported that the
& & r"?"* .i_ u Foundation has already received
THE QUESTION IS, can it really swing the election for the Repub wvera, additlonai pledges as a re-
hcans? Quite conceivably it can. At first thought, remembering the | 5||H Qf the firg| meeting
Kennedy popularity percentages which still stand somewhere in the
80s. one might sav that he can't be beaten.
But when you reflect that the Kennedy popularity stayed high even
after the invasion fiasco, you begin to understand that most Americans
did not blame Kennedy too strongly for the failure of the invasion. The
crucial fact for them was that at least the invasion was attempted.
That is why the Republicans now propose to show themselves even
more invasion-minded than Kennedy. They are portraying him as the
man who let down the Cuban freedom fighters, and doubtless they hope
that the rubbing of this idea against Kennenys reputation will erode it.
In 1962 they will be arguing that Kennedy betrayed the Cuban free-
dom fighters by not furnishing them American air cover. In 1964 their
big issue will be that Castro is still in power.
If he is. What I am saying is that the Republicans do have hold of
Austria Will
Arrest Criminals
Continued from Pag* 1 A
Nazi named Frani Nowak, char-
ged with having been an Eich-
mann accomplice.
The man i-. alleged to have boon
a member of a group which, in
all. murdered eiyht or nine Jews
as the war ended. Freuhwirt. ac-
cording to the police, has partly
confessed."
All material brought back by
the observers will be reviewed,
and any persons even partially-
implicated will be investigated,
a live issue, and might conceivably win with it. both in 1962 and 1964. I Meanwhile, police here announced
But 1 am also saying that its very liveliness makes it a dangerous issue | tj,at authorities at C.raz have ar-
as well. For they cannot tell what will be happening to Castro in the res,e(j an Austrian, named Joseph
coming months and years. By lighting American nationalist fires under Freuhwirt. as a suspect in the
Kennedy they are likely to strengthen the popular support for any drastic killing of "five or six'' Jews after
measure he may take against Castro. 11 these measures prove success- (ne end of world War II.
ful. either in the next 16 months or the next three years. Kennedy's
triumph and eclat will be greater than ever.
&- -Cr -^r .
THE TROUBLE IS 'hat many people have been talking of the Castro
problem as if it were a conundrum in a vacuum It is anything but that.
In the first place, there Is the question oi what may happen in the
minds of the Cuban people. The first article of a new series by R. Hart
Phillips, who has served almost a quarter century in The New York
Times bureau in Havana, points to the fact that the Castro mass arrests
alter the invasion "brought a personal taste of terror to a millon Cu-
bans." on the assumption that the families ol the 200.(100 Cubans who were
arrested were alfected by their arrest. This can be a major element of
ferment.
In the second place, there are the inner dynamics ol the Castro-
Communist regime which today dominates Cuba. Can it curb its cher-
ished and stated purpose of "liberating" the people in the various Latin
American countries which it has picked as their targets? This .s the
biggest single question mark about Castro's future. II he moves ahead,
whether in Venezuela or Peru or Guatemala or the Dominican Republic.
and succeeds in overturning the current regime and replacing it with a
Castro regime, he offers President Kennedy an occasion for drastic
action. If on the other hand he holds back during the next three years,
what will happen to the whole Grand Design ol communism in the Ameri-
can hemisphere and to Castro's own reputation?
Thus both Castro's fortunes and tho-e of President Kennedy and his
Republican opponents are wrapped in the same murky and inscrutable
future. But they are wrapped together. By taking their present position,
the Republicans are also taking a big gamble on what lies inside that
murky wrapping. They may well prove wrong.
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by ISABEL GROVE
Dr Alexander Libow, governor of Florida American l
st Physicians, is attending that grou] s conventu i this wei
. immodore hotel in New Yi rk, .; .-. il] r mi ii the/
Medical Assn. conclave whicn follows Meanwhile, wife
riel will busy sew n tapes, but a Mark, 9
. bis m end year i i mp 1'ir.t wood, shi
and enjoy the luncheons, fashion and !'..<.. >vay .
i physicians wives to distract them while Iheir hus ... Is deal
..cightier problems .
Others 0:1 the way to the Big Citythe Jonas Brotmans and son
.. who iett Tuesday They would have liked to fly, bin the
:, jets plane sick, so tiny settled for a bedroom on the train .
:i and Jonas looking forward to her niece's wedding, as well as
e party on the- United States for friends leaving for Eu-
. Steve anxiou* to water ski Irom h;> friend's new -peri!
Shopping and snow will take up the h. lance 1 1 the tune
. ;.round a month .
nother "togetherness" vacation planned by the five S; piers,
: .. Dad 1, Helen (Mother Fenny 1:!. Harvej 10. and .loan 8 .
re driving to Washington, D C.. to visit with Helen's mother and
ther who will jin them from California Alter viewing the
: cal spots of our national capital, they will continue on to
:.c i. ..;. tor a ehancc to compare those beach* itels with
ati Last 'tip will be Gotham Town and thi mi ny attrac-
offered to visitors there, an I .. lei sure Ij drive home in July.
- -
ted to serve as chairman ol the Southern area ...'. ision of
Maccabiah games in Israel to be held late this summer is Otto
. He ha- already asked Seymour Rubin, Hays.'.ore Country
. mpion, and Dr. Julian Hiekles. champion at Bayshore Coun-
[ lab. to participate, as well as Julie Cohen, basketball player al
. University of Miami and one of the top players in the country.
Teddy Friedman, who was on the winning U.S. swimming team at
iympics in Rome last summer There are many more berths
filled, and Otto flew to New York last week to meet Max J.
! (i;, general chairman of the games, to complete plans for as-
ng a team of the best Jew Ish athlete.- in the country Lovely
1 Harriet, and her mother. Gertrude Fink, flew north with Otto
They plan to spend their time in New Jersey, visiting with family
fci .; month while he goes on to the U.S. Open Championship matches
I mir.gham. Mich. Harriet is looking forward to attemiing a
major meeting of the Zicgfeld Club in Manhattan latter in the month.
* -
Bridal dinner which followed the wedding rehearsal of the form-
ei 4riyne Kaplan and Malcolm Fromberg at the home ol Dr. and
Mrs Sherman Kaplan the night before their June 11 wedding at
the Eden Roc hotel was a gay and joyous occasion Hostesses
were the brides aunts Mary Rose (Dr. Sherman) Kaplan. Pauline
(Mrs. Nat) Sater. and Marcel (Mrs. Donald) Kaplan Table
centerpiece made up of pink and while wedding bells topped with
Ii ve birds and pink hearts- The bride herself, radiant ir a scarlet
Italian silk two piece frock The bridal party, immediate family,
including the grooms parents, the Bernard Frombcrgs, from Chica-
go, and Arlyne's mother and dad, Ralph and Gladys Kaplan, added
up lc a tidy 55 Beaming at them all was Mrs. Anne Kaplan,
called "Ma Dear" by everyone, grandmother who was 75 short while
With the rugs rolled back and the music of an accordionist.
l< dancing went on into the wee small hours of the wedding day.
* ** *
The bethrolhal of their daughter, Patricia Jay. to Joseph Block
celebrated by Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jay with a cocktail party in then
hi me last Sunday Rae (Mrs. Jay), a past president of the Deeds
Club, is co-chairman with Mrs. Jules Pascal of their Masquerade
l io be given in October at the Deauville hotel .
Another bride-to-be who was honored. Tuesday, is Miss Henrietta
1 dman for whom a bridal shower brunch was given al the Algiers
hotel bv Miss Gail Goodman and Mrs. Leonard Grand Henrietta
and Herbert Katz are planning an August wedding .
The June 25 wedding of Harold Bass is taking his uncle and
aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Schatzman. to Chicago.
* -
Alter a 30 vear absence from the Miami scene. Morton Gross-
ir.ai of Long Island, who had a business here in those long ago days.
couldn't find a single familiar landmark in ten days of driving
around He's house guest of son and daughter-in-law. Edmund
nr.d Cecille, who settled here last year Ed is merchandise co-
ttar of Burdine's new Dadeland store Ceil teaches Engltsn
rth Miami Beach High ,, ..
Mrs. Hose Cahn jetting to the west coast to Visit three brothers
a i -tir and numerous nieces and nephews Mgures it win lane
< at least three months to catch up on all the happenings ol the
1 years since her last visit Leaves behind, temooranlv da tab
llian Mrs. Irving) Blasberg, grandchildren Lame and Ailene
Bli sberg, and two great grandsons.
* *"
Back in her Coral Gables home is Mrs.Ethel Gerson.who ai-
led the graduation of her son. Gordon, from hmorv In ersitj
.1 of medicine Joining her lor the momentous occasion was
hei brother, Abe Schonfeld, ol Miami Beach, and her slstei ana
1 rin-law, Mr. and Mrs M (Jane 1 Kanter, of Passaic. N.J. ...
1 n ip celebrated with a family dinner and reception, andI then SIS-
I" Jane returned with Ethel to enjoy a week Oi our (* A sun-
shim ,,
Another who has jUSl received a new medical degree aJUM
pi Haber His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Saul Hajenmartad the
< casion with a cocktail part) last Sunday in their home at .J-7
,';;'lV^th1grad?,gr-!dua,i;.n was celebrated by Sandra Freefield
Sunday. Junl 11. a. the home ol her parents. Mr and Mrs Chares
'-..Held. 1911 Coral Gables Merrick School in the Gables, teacher and his Wife, Mr ana
Earl WietZ, attended.
Full house at The Samuel and Rose Seltzer home on Hibiscus
Wand He's president of the Mercantile National Bank; of.MJJ
Beach ... son Roger brought home a ^Sf&SS^VSSXi
nrokenVhVnRog7r~ieaves for the West Coast and a job in the bus.-
'" U end of the movie and TV industry .
Enjoying the f>~ food at King" Art burs Court recently were Ihe
"v Erabecs-he's vice pres.denl of MusicCorp. of A"*"" ,
Ihe John Monahans John is Sam friedlandIs W%iZ*
rnai ager at the Diplomat and also heads Piemiei Hotel niP
tatives of New York and Miami.

Following hi
-h Congregate
on a brief vacation before
0(/
oman s
W/orfJ
' jTewish Floridian
1
ami. Florida, Fiiday, June 23, 1961
Section B
Four senior citizen clubs were chartered by the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center at the second annual Senior Citizen
conference. With a combined membership of some 350 men
and women over 55 years of age, the four club presidents re-
ceived their charters from center executive director Eiraim F.
Gcle. Left to right are Hyman Kam. president, Miami Beach.
Golden Age Club; Harry Levin, president. Beach Branch,
Golden Age Club; Gale; Mrs. Gertrude Kapralick, president.
Southwest Senior Citizen Club; and Mrs. Sarah Madison,
president, North County Senior Citizen Club.
Pioneer Women Cite 'Mother of Year;'
Recipient Gave Two Sons to Israel War
. By Special Report
The 1961 Israel Mother oi the
Year" citation has been awarded to
Rivka Guber. an Israeli mother
whose two sons were killed in the
young nation's War oi Liberation
and a pioneer in immigrant villages
throughout the country, Mrs. Sid-
ney Leff. national president of Pio-
neer Women, announced.
The presentation was made to
Mrs Guber by Rahel Yanait Ben-
Zvi. Israel's First Lady, at a special
ceremony in Jerusalem attended by
representatives of all women's or-
ganizations. It was made in the
name of the American Mothers
Committee, the group responsible
lor selecting America's Mother of
the Viar
Mrs Guber, an educator, writer
and member of M.etzet Hapoalot.
sister organization of Pioneer Wom-
en, was applauded 'for her life of
Flamingo Chapter
Garners Citations
Flamingo chapter of B'nal B'rith
Women was awarded a "Silver
da!" trophy at the recent Districl
5 convention of Bnai B nth at th
Americana hotel.
The trophy honored Uie chapter
for the best original script."
Flamingo also received iwo cer-
tificates, one for ten percent over-
subscription to the district, and the
other lor its international Brother-
hood Folks Festival held at Hia-
lean Municipal Auditorium last
MrS David Sherper, past presi-
dent of the chapter and Miami
Women's Council, was elected dis-
tricl officer of Bnai B'r.lh Women.
For naming the theme of the con-
tention, "New Goals New Hon-
zon." she received a $2a l 1V
ings Bond.
Rubins Receive
Kf ar Silver Award
The lirst annual Kfar Silver
award whs presented to Mr. and
Mrs. Raymond (Hannah 1 Rubin on
their 52nd wedding anniversary al
a dinner in their honor Inaugu-
rating the Mortimer May Dormi-
tory at the Kfar Silver Agricul-
tural Training School in Israel.
Sharing their honors with them
wire their two sons. Seymour and
Irwin, and their wives; Mrs. Ru-
bin's sister. Mrs. Helen Boriskm;
Mr. Rubin's sister, Mrs. Anne Mcl-
nick; and Edna and Jimmie Chap-
man, great-niece and nephew.
The Rubins came here from
New York 30 years ago. Mr Ru-
bin is participating founder of Mi-
ami Beach Zionist District. Hi-
brew Academy, and Temples Beth
Sholom and Emanu-El.
MRS. MKA GUBER
devotion and self-sacrifice" by Be-
I,;i Idelson, deputy speaker oi the
Knesset and general secretary of
Moetzel Hapoalot.
Mrs. Guber was characterized by
Mrs, Bcn-Zvi, who is also a founder
of Pioneer Women, as "a great ex-
ample of the mother who fulfills
the pioneering tasks >! OUT days."
Since losing their two sons in Is-
rael's War oi Independence, Mrs.
Guber and her husband. Mordecai,
have dedicated themselves to the
integration of new immigrants. Al-
though Ihey were then in their fif-
ties, they responded to Premier
Bon-Guiion's call to the young peo-
ple .>( the cooperative settlements
[0 go and live among the newcom-
ers. They donated their valuable
holdings m Kfar Warburg to the
State and went to Nehora. one of
eight immigrant villages in the
Lachish region.
At present. Mrs. Guber is the
principal of Nehora. and her hus-
band is head of the Regional Coun-
cil. Their daughter, a musician,
resides in Yotvata.
Mrs. Grossman
Flying to Paris
Mrs. Ethel Grossman will fly by
Air France jet Irom New York 10
Pans on June 30. then on to Rome
and later to Israel, where she has
beer, invited to share her expert-
t nces as supervisor of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center
early childhood development pro-
gram and president of the South
Florida Assn. on Children Undei
Six, with outstanding child care
I grams in several of the collec-
tive settlements in Israel
Aftci traveling through England
and Scotland, Mrs. Grossman will
return on the SS United States in
August.
Pioneer Women Schedule Cruise
Kim anu .iio*-.
W8 ^ignation aHpin-ua, leader J Hade H^t,
ation, Rabbi Max Zuck.r ''"'.' ^ as spiritual
.lion before he assumes Ms new out,. >f
Pioneer Women. Golda Meir Club
0f Miami, is sponsoring a eru.se
ay 0n the Yacht seven seas
leavim Pier 8, City Yacht Basin al
p.m. Entertainment and re-
freshments will be furnished.
Mrs Pearl Krieger is chairman
Ol the even), and proceeds will be
allocated to Golda Meir's Child Res
cue uota: Mrs Abraham S<
is chairman.
rVrs. Rosen Will
Head Project
Advisory council i>i Ihe Hebrew
Academj Women mel at the home
ol Rabbi and M-s Alexander S.
Gross in plan a
campaign lor thi
sale Ol bricks'
for the cons: iiic
lion of Ihe Id;
A ppei Auditor-
ium.
The $50,000 pro-1
ject is a memor-
ial lo the late'
Mm. Ida Appe
a past president'
of the Hebrew
Academy Women.
A certificate will be awarded to
every brick purchaser. To launch
the drive. Mrs. Joseph Shapiro.
president of the organization, ap-
pointed Mrs, Leonard Rosen as
chairman oi the project.
Serving with Mrs. Rosen will be
Mesdames Charles Bogin. Jack
0. shell Dearr. Irving
. :. Jos-
adei of Temple Adath Yeshurun.


Page 2-B
+Je?*t Fhricffar
Fridcy. )mie 23,
Cooking
Corner
Mildred
Bdlin
'-.. cup sugar
; reded, sliced onions
1 taKle spoon mixed pickling
spice
2 f:nely crumbled bay leaves alternate taj* *e7" "J
1 lemon <;:ccd very thin ins mien and lemon. Measure TO
cups of the liquid, add the spice
and sugar, and brir, to a boil once
mere. Cook 5 minutees and pour
over the fish. Over the bowl and
keep refrigerated. Let stand lor
.,,4, Cut the fish into 2:viwa. sitf*^aiteast tiro-days be**re iMBfrttof
and sprinkle with salt. Whit* fish, fish will keep for two weeks. This
ak< trout, or pike are particularly recipe makes 5 to 6 portions.
SWEET AND SOUR FISH
c'nnarim|
It is always interesting to dis-
i over dishes similar tc the traditio-
nal Jewish favorites in the cooking
Of other countries, and to compare
the differences in the method of
preparation. .For example, a recipe
for Pickled (Marinierte' Fish can
be found in such cuisines as Vien-
nese, Polish, and Rumanian, but
vith carrots, parsley root, celery
toot, wine, shallots, capers, or olive
oil used in its preparation. In Chi-
nese cooking Sweet and Sour Fish
.ire first fried, then covered with a
.-iiuce containing sherry and egg
yelks, as well as the ginger and
brown sugar we use.
Our own method of preparing
both these fish dishes makes them
particularly appropriate for sum-
mer. Pickled fish is always served
chilled, and since it requires at
least two days te develop flavor
.n..- may be kept up to two weeks
III th< i tinge rater, is fine to heve
on hard for hurry-up meals. The
Sweet and Scur may be served
cither bol or chilled, as the wea-
the] suggests During the months
whei ::<; days an lonj and it be-
r Saturday even-
either cf thes* fish
ilu I -.: .... : snswei th< questioi
,good. Refrigerate foi MM ho. r.
; and rinse lightly. Place the fish.
of what to have for dinner. water, vinegar, one el the onions.
Ftcai.-t of their delicious flavor and the bay leaf in a saucepan:
pike, whittfi&b. and lake trout are bring to a boil, then simmer 15
' suggested in the recipes given to- minutes, until the fish just flakes
day, but any whole fish of similar. Discard the heads, and carefully
\ siae' may be" used. It is very im- lift out the remaining fish and
j portant to cook the heads with the i onion, and place in a large bowl in
fish to give the gravy the proper
3 to 8VS lbs. whole fish with
heads
'. teaspoon salt
cup seedless raisins
2 medium onions, sliced thir.
ucup spliced, blanched
almonds
SHOPPING AROUND
WITH
\2MjSttU
texture and flavor. The flavor of
|lish is alsc greatly improved if it
:> salted and refrigerated for an
hour before it is cooked. Then
, lightly rinse before adding it to:
, the ingredients in the saucepan
One word of caution. Delicious,
' as both Pickled and Sweet and Sour;
Fish are. it is advisable not to serve i
either to children. For them, have \
t a salad of canned or boneless fil-
lets, as the tony, pieces are too dif- The food industry endeavors to prepare salads use one of three
[ficuit for a small person to man- make its products difficult to re- Hellmann's Dressings French,
age. Far too many adults have de- \ sjst and tempting as possible. We Old Homestead, or New Italian. All
nied themselves* the delights of; must eat. and every morsel must three will add that extra touch fc-r
whole fish dishes because of a pain- be tantalizing and enticing, so that perfection. Try them once, arc
ful childhood experience with a we may really appreciate our food, they will become a family favorite.
Appreciation brings smiles of en- just like Hcllmanr.-f Mayonnaise
joyment. One of the way? you can Hellmann's French, so subtlj
do this fur your family U to use ip;C:d s(. aromatk salads with
Hellman's Dressings. Hellmann's new Italian are so zesti
Hellman's Dressings dc wonder- \y spicy, and its the only Italian
tul things for salads Your .-alads dressing made with Mazola Corn
will gel a fuller, testier flavor, a oil
mor enticinj aromj wr.tr. you ,, ,, -,.,,
Hellmann s Old Hcmc.i,,
French Dressing spreads a rid
Etarlicy flavor and tangy arm.;
smoothl) through your salads a:;
t's simply a i-ye*."
a:. thre dressings an k< sh i
I. rvc under th< sup< r> isi< r
of th< Union of Orthodox Jewisl
.. ons of Aim rica.
Get all thrte oi these- dressing!
j j and your larruly will smilt
with the contentment of good e;:
.: g Tr> them, and you will diS-
eever that only Hellmann's car, i
such wonderful things for salads
And remember, tec. they're mace
by the people whe bring you HelJ
niann's Mayonnaise.
1 lemon, sliced thin
8 gingersnaps
' teaspoon greund
whole allspice
Mi cup brown sugar
v* cup white sugar
3 cups boiling water
SpffnkV the" f:-h ViJ'the ^
and refrigerate cn< hour,
lightly. Lake trout, rike. or *i
fish are all delicious prepared
this way. Cut the fish into 2-ii
pieces, and place, together
all the remaining ingredients, in~i
large saucepan. Cover, bring:
a boil, then simmer for 25
Taste the gravy, and add safci
sugar to taste.Mf desired. Distu
the heads, and serve the remai
fish and gravy hot recipe makes 5 u f portions
fish bore
PICKLED (MARINIERTE; FISH
i to 3** lbs wbcl fish with
beads
1 teas] n si 11
: cups water
. cup vinegar


You can
pile their
plates
high as this...
and watch
those
portions go
as quickly,
almost,
as you can
say ''Heinz
(strictly)
Vegetarian
Beans
are the
most
wonderful
dish you
ever set
before
a hungry
family."
Mrs. Popped
Elected President
Mrs. E-ther A Poppell. seeretarv
and a director cf Biscayne Feriir; '
Savings and Loan Assn.. was in-
Stalled president el the Soroptimist
Club of Miami en Wednesday
The club operates the no:
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Friday, June 23. 1961
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At recent installation ceremonies of the Senior carry the flag of Israel. Rear are Joseph
Citizens Assn. of Miami Beach, Mrs. Charles Mintzes and Louis Applebaum. sergeant-at-
Hall and Joseph Goodman, assistant vice pres- arms. Goodman was installed president of
ident of Washington Federal Savings and the civic organization in ceremonies held at
Loan Assn., carry the American flag as Com- the Algiers hotel,
missioner Charles Hall and Mrs. Lena Mintzes
Mrs. Harris
Takes Office
Mrs. Bon Harris was installed as
i resident of the Dora Stein Sister-
\h od of Israelite Center last week.
Former Sisterhood president,
Mrs. William Diekson. vice presi-
oi the Florida Branch of Na-
i unal Women's League, conducted
ihe ceremony Rabbi Morton Mala-
ky. president of Greater Miami
inical Assn.. and spiritual
r of the Israelite Center, was
gi est speaker.
fficers who will serve with Mrs.
rris are Mesdames Hyman Kirs-
Sylvia Golin, Hyman Goreset-
i n, and Philip Richman, vice
presidents; Sidney Katziff, finan-
. secretary; Ben Sirkus, record*
ii- secretary; Albert Winston, cor-
rsponding secretary; and Ella
! ; Ian, treasurer.
;rd of directors include Mes-
dames Louis Bennett, Kat< Graham,
MRS. SEN HARRIS
Robert Richardson, William Dick-
son, Lewis Pomerantz, Edwin Pe-
retzman, and Etta Rogatz.
Physician Opens Hollywood Office
:- Donald A. Bennan announce.
opening of offices in the Holly-
id Hills Professional renter. 921
3 ave., Hollywood. Fla.
Berman received his early
I .ration on Miami Beach, his BS
f m the University Of Miami in
... and an MD decree in 1937
from Tulane University.
He served hi- internship at the
Walter Heed Army Medical Center.
.it'll was then assigned to the .Mar-
tin Army Hospital
Dr. Berman is married to the
former Lee Sherman, of Miami, and
lives with his two daughters, Lynn
and Maria, at 4201 Fierce St., Hol-
lywood.
Special Program
At Lido Spa
The Glamour Teen finishing
school and weight reduction pro-
pram being offered by the Lido
Spa on Venetian Causewaj is now-
open to all girls on a day-only sche-
dule.
Man) teen-agers here who pre-
ferred to live at home have request-
ed the program be open to them.
Mrs. Edith Zipp. who is supervis-
ing it, has arranged a spceial rate
for the entire eight weeks.
For five days a week, local girls
will be joining the out-of-town body
in a morning program devoted to
Lido Spa swimming and sporting
activities. Lunch, under the super-
vision of the dietitian, will be lol-
i lowed by finishing school classes.
Local girls will also be able to
join the bowling and dance sessions.
as well as University of Miami con-
certs with resident students, Day
students will participate in the
formal graduation, and if they wish.
may go to Nassau with the >tulf
after graduation.
Mrs. Zipp is well known in the
fashion and (harm school fields.
She is The Jewish Floridian fashion
columnist.
Classes begin on Monday, .June
26. and the course efficially termi-
nal' s on Aug. 20. The Glamour-
Teen students will be in Nassau on
Aug. 18 and 19.

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local Students
Attend Camp
T .t Block, a strident at Mi-
Huh School, will
rls Stal at Tallahassee
h 3o.
She mdcr the aus-
pio V:.i ... n Auxi-
i Unit 85. c -spon-
sor! :. Sm ings
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16. is th<
< Mrs. Irving Block. 1046
i Shen i
n the 1
: live in
Service Club. N
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Legi \ \.'...- si
j Man ... Haas 16 daughter
( : r and Mrs Haas
Alan Levan. 1160 \"E 170 St., No.
Miami Beach, attended Boys Stat
ii ':. ... hassee this week.
-' is a -Mdent at North Miami
}hj.h where he was a winner ol
Oratorical Contest. He was at Boys
; tat< under the auspices of the J.
Prank Cavanaugh Post 67 of the
An erican Legion and co-sponsored
by the North Shore Kiwanis Club
.- p^.rt of its Youth Building Pro-
giam.
Al.-i Of! to Br>>> State in Talla-
hasstt this week was James Aaron
HilLHT.
Son ol Mr Mrs H. Lee Hau-
>': 5 8 si Miami Btach. James
-. Dsored bj Chase Federal
Sai gs
] 16-year-old student :s plan
ceo me a lawyer
I. president ol the Student Council
i >ear and active in the Junior
Exchange Service Club and other
n. Miami Beach Sen-
ioi High School.
Friday, June 23, \%\
Southeast ZOA Maps Conference
Arawak, Jamaica, W.I., enjoying the calypso folk singers and
some cooi refreshments in the Jippi Jappa lounge of the Ara-
wak hotel here are Mr. and Mrs. Richard Goldberg righl
910 West ave and Mr. and Mrs. Alan J. Cohen (left', 7946
East dr. The two couples are spendinq a week's honeymoon
at the fcmed resort on Jamaica's scenic mid-north shore.
Goldberg and the former Miss Susann Stone were married
May 27 at the Scxony hotel. He is associated with Hirsch and
Company, a Miami stock brokerage firm. Mr. and Mrs.
Cohen, s'he is the former Miss Dorothy Don, were married
May 27 ct the Deauviile hotel. Ke is with Miami Beach
Associated Hoieis.
: BIRTHDAZE :
Third child. Terry Sue. born to
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Hersh. of
127d NW 179 St.. June 15. at Jack-
son Memor:al Hospital Mother
IS the former Mtrle Cowai
.r>. Her parents, the Irv-
.:.. Cowans, arrived here the day
after the baby did Dad is the
: Mr and Mrs. Henrj Molly*
Hersh. who are baty sitting with
Rochelle Lee. 3;:. and Marc Allen.
2. until new sister is big enough
to come home to thei
Mrs, Anne Pad;,-.'.- r i I 2270 SW
23 ter.. a grandmother for the sec-
ond time. June 7. \ ,a son and
daughter-in-law. Philip and Thclma
Padawer of Chicago Eager
Micha. not expected until July.
telegraphed word of her imminent
arrival as mother was on her way
to take an exam for her MA
Micha joins brother And
Twelve windov.-s, which will represent the festive occasions
ol the J ish cciendcr year, have been endowed by 13 fam-
ilies c: Terr.pie Nei Tcrr.ic. The windows which are be.
rr-.ed by Vcr. Atten. local stained glass end plastic crtist,
. .. complement the stained gless windows ct Ner Tcmid
already desirr.ee and dedicated by him. Standing ileft to
ronl row are Clare Gicssmcn. Millie Keats. Hcry
S:.-.ce:.e: M. Dcvic Bwitt. Beck row are Sam Baker. William
Ktz\< cr.d Abraham Trosky. Not shown are Herman Apple-
baum Kercert Milier, Gene Schwcrz, Joseph G. Goodman,
Frank Goldman, Henrietta Fine cr.d Theodore Phillips. Spe-
cia] dedicatory services will take place in the fall.

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The 24th annual conference of
the Southeast region of the Zionist
Organization of America will take
place July 2 to 4 in Henderscn-
ville. N C according to an an-
nouncement I j Michad Adilman,
Savannah, C.a pr< sidejj.
p. legates from the 42 districts
in th< six soul states area will
meet a; i ->< Lake Inn fi I
combined thre < minar and
.., Thej will
also have the opi rtunity ol >eeinc
the new Zionist 1 :> ',,:-
at Hen lers ll in
..- i
The conference will start with
an educational seminar Sunday
morning, July 1, to be continued
on Monday morning, dealing
with the three topics stressed at
the World Zionist Congress this
year: "Immigration to Israel,"
"Education," "Investments and
Tourism in Israel."
There will also be a session on
the current political situation in
the Middle East, according to
Harry Jaffe. Birmingham, Ala.,
program chairman.
On Sunday evening, the confer-
ence will be the guests of tin
Southern Zionist Youth Commis-
sion at Camp Judaea, followed by
a cocktail party and dance at
Osceola Lake Inn.
Installation of new officers will
be held Monday night at a con-
ference banquet at the Inn. with
a special program of Israeli sing-
ing and dancinc. and an "rchestra
included in the evening entertain-
ment
Tuesday will h di the
business of the region and ad-
dresses by several ri"'..l Zionist
and community leaders
A special trai spon ,,,.""
mittee will brinj
:ro:r, the airport to thi
Rudnick and Hern
are fn charge of i-i si
Greater Miami R< -
be made at tl
m's ZOA Miami B
Florida Students
In Maccabiah
United States Mac< Sames
Committee of the I S
for Sport> in Israel is irrer.tly
planning it- participation ii the in-
ternational games Aug -1
5.
Participating from I'. ,. will
be the following students
Barbara Chesneau, M I'll-
versity of Pennsylvania, swimnv
Julius Cohen. Coral Gables, Cn>
\ ersity of Miami, baski I
Robert Friedman. No Miami
Beach. University of Miami swim-
ming.
Richard Giller. Mian.
lifting.
Jack A. Press. Miami. University
ol Miami, track and field
H Richard Bidden. TVilahajsee,
Florida State University n
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(POSITIVELY NOT AN AUCTION!)
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ALL STOCK AND FIXTURES OF
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6756 COLLINS AVE. 'opposite Deauviile) MIAMI BEACH
HOURS 9 A.M. T!L 9 P.M. UNTIL SOLD OUT
Jacob M. Wi'tels & Sons. St Louis, has purchased the entire stock of this well-known gallery
and prices on all items are fixed at a fraction of actual value. Entire Daoud Bros, stock ana
stock of three other consignors will be sold. HOURS 9 A.M. Until 9 P.M. UNTIL SOLD OUT
THIS IS AN AUTHENTIC SALE OF AN AMAZING VARIETY OF ART OBJECTS AT JUST
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Friday, June 23, \%\
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
n ladj : v. ami Beach Gertrude, wife
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She is not a c en. PTA is -
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.... red in lai
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Ken 5 appoinl "
His
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cits overs, as Miami Beach's sister c tj is

were I i Gertr
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needs
just rud<
nies Mayor 0
gees to public
this is
- love
music and they M -
GERTRUDE I sings
that of
friends Kei
.v: f the 0 I i v' ,rs
Barbara
er Jonathan will si .; with
e at the hotel. What a
ther mayors i n I I i
one < i iriayors verj own husband.
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A DOUBLE CELEBRATION
Thes have beer, married fifteen years, and they have a new house.
S it was Open House at the home of Marv and Naomi Zank. The
I se is built on an acre of what used to be a fruit grove, and features
separate wings. One one side is Ellen's frilly bedroom and her
brother Steven's room, all done in corduroy. Even the cage for his
mouse. Sweetie Pie. doe?n't stem out of place There is a den
I U levision, where the children can entertain their own crowd. This
]. I of the house, incidentally can be closed off when the children
&< to camp.
On the other side of the living room is the master bedroom and
for Naomi and Marv. themselves. The rooms are *n spacious that
S couldn't tell just how many people were about
fifts guests were enjoying themselves
thi e rs, the drinker?, ^nd the joke-tellers
Which category do these belong in? Herb and Be.. WU< nsky, Pfa 1
",. am Schiff."Walter and Adele Kay. Ben and Evelyn Berkowitz.
nd Grace Poliner. Ted and Ann Berman. Dr a-.d Mrs Everett
sberg. the Mel Muroffs. and M irts and Irene Samuels she of the
_. geous dimple-
Naomi- very young-looking mother, Mr- <".-il Sch rtl, and aunt.
- Nettie Meyer, took a few minutes off to rest in the den.
I eryon< rushed in -o ask Ceil for the recipe.- for her wonderful
.alties on the buffet tal
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WHAT WAS IN THAT BOX?
Nat and Suki Williai jhted squeal. "Oh. it's gorgeous."
they hurried cut to look at their daughter Brvna's engagement
l. Bryna is engaged to Stephen Kneapler. son of Mr and Mrs
\\ ham Kneapler of Coral Gables. The familes all got together at the
V. lianas' home for dinner. The young couple had to share some ol
ti i conversation with Stephen's younger brother. David He just srad
i ed a- valedictorian from Ponce de Leon Junior High School. The
( for the wedding has not yet been set. but you can rest assured
tr.rt the Williams brothers. Gibbey who is in New York, and Herbert
Who is .n the Air Force in Las Vegas, will be the first ones to be there.
Chabrows Will
Live m Arlington
After .

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The : rn er Miss Sh<
Mrs
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HOWARD .NEV
Nev. Sontag Exchange Vows
All th" hundred
There were the dancers
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Mrs Hi a -
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Her sister. Ml
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of horn r
Parents of th jr m are Mr
Temple Israel Card Party
Temple Israel Sisterhood held its
first card pa::> and luncheon of
the summer or. We ln< l) noon in
Wolfson Auditor) im In charge ol
reservations was Mr- Fred Fenton.
Mrs Mauri
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L'n versits
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The t pie's ne\ h
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Swim Party Saturday
! igler Grana la Sisterhood is
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TUTORING
BY EXPERT TEACHES
Emohasis on remedial reading.
spelling, English, phonics & math.
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Janice Mendelow and Al M.
Rabinowitch were married or.
June 10 at the home of the
bride's parents. Mrs. Rabin-
owitch is a graduate of Mi-
ami Beach High School. Mr.
Rabinowitch attended schools
in Montreal.
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CFF AND RUNNING
Nothing is quite so exciting as watching someone you know on
television. All Miami was watching the Belmont Races the Saturday
Jacob Sher's horse. Sherluck. came galloping in It was quite a
thrill to watch Jake and Mary receive the trophy from Mrs. Eisen-
hower. Everyone told Mary how lovely and radiant she looked. She
I she wished she could have seen herself She was so excited she
doesn't even remember what Mamie sjid when she presented her with
th- tray that has the names of all cf the Belmont winners on the back.
Mary said that Mamie is so much more attractive in real life than in
l,< pictures. Before the races, they had lunch with the other horse
owners. Gen. Eisenhower, and all the Very Important Persons in the
Trustee Room in the Turf and Field Club. Jake thought that Sherluck
vould be in the money; Mary did the hoping At present the dark bay
i is resting at Monmouth Park, but the Shers are much too excited
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A BRIDAL BRUNCH
The Damfo Club was reactivated in order to have a brunch at the
r> 'itainebleau hotel for one of it- erstwhile member's son. Steve Mar-
is, who married Harriet Levy on Tuesday. D is for Mrs Max
i eyer; A for the Morris Alperts: M for Dr. and Mr- .1 B Margolis;
F or the Aaron Farrs: and O for the Charlie Oppenheims The brunch
was in the Poodle room, and the appointments were carried out in pink
i blue. The sixteen guests enjoyed the excitement of the bridal
i pie when they were presented with a Yum Yum Tree which had
in its branches five good wishes from the hostesses It's a brunch
v won't be able to forget because the wedding present was an elec-
tric toaster and coffee maker. After all. that's what they'll be using
ever] morning for the rest of their lives.
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WH.LE in New York r v- -:
i an opportunity to
of buyers who visi
. i Bazaar Posh \_
.!. Being feature
.. ;ue of the magazine is
L ik in synthetic Euri.
-;i Look "61 ushers i
. new bevy of the m
:,osh fur fabrics e\
iks to the expenmi
ling and daring ol .'
fabric people, plus
tyling genius of tfc
.. pile fabric- .:___
ist important news oi"
4 season.
' izaar showroom w is
irkel sights not to be
Lined up on one \
n bu.-hied guardsn
> the color brilliant ies
e icitemenl to the i
, ie names of the CO
i'u in themselves
i. buttercup, Harp
ivender, shoe kin.
and burundyto m
few.
irdsmen display I I
als tli.it Bazaar bel
ngly for fall, togel
mplete ran v "i lorl -
- flanked by jugu I
. T. and other animal in
ski jacket (hat : bound ts create
C liver-.,':
This- tu:- :!- ire tr
same .<> tit rgmals, a:ul
- ep you (\ ery .. irm For
Jamaica Holiday
For Adelbergs
A double ring candlelight cere-
I u n e IS per-
formed bj Rabbi Leon Kron'ish in
Temple Beth Sholom, united Miss
Flora Lee Grossn an daughter of
Mr. and A!.- S l! Or,,-..nun. 4!',1)
Alton rd.. and Brw e 1. Adelberg,
son ol Mi ..: Irving Adel-
berg a reception and luncheon at
the Deauvdle hoi,', followed the
l o'clock ceremony.
Edythe (i.i;i Grossm u sister ol
Ihe bridi was hi r only attendant.
lek was in charj
the guesl book, a n d Alan I
n ed as
wedding, Mrs A >l rg
chose a ballerina lei ol
white ti ii.' \ ith fitted bo lie oi
11 "i" I chantilly lace over pale

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*'ho don't s ii :;.- i ,. satin, | eeves
;weeth
skirl .v :< ntiHy
lace
in shoulder-
length \ -., [-. i<- .. ap of match-
ing la : d with .- e I
pear!-, and i or
.ii; Is, stepha and
on her c< ni n Bible
The : irmi r Miss Grossman is j
Normandy pri\ al i
i hool, i al ended the L'niversTt}
i ii :. ol Miami ii."- i isb in I .;: idu
m i irexi I private i served
with Ihe L' S Arm; ai I is present
ly eng iged i Miami

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On another wall .^.i-
>us chessboard dr in i
l lionably important ol
es. Texture was im.
in wbite-on-white ele
bl ick panther, ami a I ..-..
ii: black olive and spe
.
AVONG the posher than life
ins to be .-how n in Bazaar
i" laggy pretend Palomino
* Money beige, lacking all
I -lau-nts. but the inaivc-
ig Very outstanding
fakeis a seal dress.
1 : ;< shift silhouette, it is
- I light and simple.
\< jvaut garde: genuine and
I-' io ttir used in the same en-
The counterfeif tiger in
ngth coat i> collared and
.-. it!i black fox. and makes
-1 it w.uhl stay cold enough
it for all twelve months.
sories play an important
ie lake iur field. Hand-
all SOrta of shock colors,
i very large, are trimmed
ling color real leather.
purses are attached to Hu-
ll the huge totesalong
Its, scarves and hats io
n
A ong the more interesting
lexi -es is one that doubles for
Per., an Lamb. Textures range
Mat. to a flat -been, a knul>
andbags
i i matching : el 1/.. pil i >x
hat l- mi every
one i : th< I ii little
i ki ..' >.- are
tk available i-on-whil
I r< caded pi
Mutations thai : cure never
knew appear i: I ones
along with .. I ..- elegance,
Leading si : I ighout the
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featuring,
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beautifully done I sually in fash-
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Europe according to Lord and
Taylor's window, 'exciting ele-
gance
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MISS BMNA WILLIAMS
Bryna Williams
Is Engaged
Mr. and \H> Nat L Williams, of SW '
rs. Sher Wears
French Lace
r Ugii rs h itel was the setting
for t ii e wedding of Sandra Lois
Kaufman and Emil Sher on Sun-
day. June 18. at 6:30 p.m with
Jacob Sher escorting the bride and
Rabbi Samuel April officiating.
After a reception at the hotel, the
newlyweds left tor a honeymoon in I
Nassau.
Their parents are Mr. and Mrs.
David Kaufman, 1710 SW 87 ct..
and Mrs. Lcontina Sher. of 1129
SW 7 st.
The new bride's gown of silk or-
ganza and French lace was a prm-
eess style, with bouffant skirt and
bustle effect at the back ending in
a chapel train It featured a sweet
hi art neckline, hi .el sleeves and
matching mitts. The four-tiered
-ilk illusion veil was held in place
with a coronet of brilliant rosanna
stones and iridescents.
Mrs. Sidney Kotkin was matron
of honor, and Beverlj Newman and
Heather Binn were bridesmaids,
Besl man to the groom was Sheldon
Eisenman, and serving as ushers
were Film.in.: Kaufman and Shelby
Freedland
Young Mrs. Slier is a graduate of
the University of Rochester and a
member oi Fairlawn Elementary
School faculty. Her husband is an
! alumnus of the University of Mi-
ami Engineering School
Their new home will be at 10501
engagement
the
ol their daughter, Bry-
San Marino Island, announce
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Friday. June 23, 1961
and Fabianne Wolff. Karen Phil- mar. Dr. Steven Rosen, g
lips was junior bridesmaid, and Shier and Melvin Taylor. Man k\>
Lois und Marcia Nirenstein were plebaum was junior usher, j n'd
flowergirU. Stuart Sheir and Jenine
The grooms uncle Sam Fein- were nngbearers.
sold was his best man. and serv- The young couple will
fog a.- ashen were Dr Joseph Ap- 2421 N 56 St.. Synnefield.
plebj Gordon Gaynor. Phillip Kel- a honeymoon to Jama;>.j
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Miss Badanes, Richard Femgold Exchange Vows
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Mr and Sirs. Richard Feingold R
were the firsl iple married a- For hei ling, the 1 rmer Miss
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-.- new Spector Auditorium
i ntly completed tl
Rabbi Ni rmai Shapn i per-
formed the Sundaj June 18, cere-
r i,y at 8 o'clock uniting 51
Badanes. daughter i : Mr and Mrs
6 SW 21 rd ar.d
it :. of Mr.
N V
bride it I
th< late Mr and Mrs M
r member of Beth
David .'.a- educated at Miami Sen-
ior High and t h e Oral H>
School of Temple Universitj She
a- president of Tri Beta
Council of the Greater Miami Jew-
i-r community Center
Her husband is an alumnus of
Yorkers High School and the Uni-
versity College of New York Uni-
versity, and is now a senior in the
school of dentistry at the Univer-
sity of Pennsylvania His fraterni-
tj .- Alpha Omega, and he is a
second lieutenant in the U.S. Army
;.. I long ml I
Belgain
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1 m a chapel tram, and
flow >ngth lace mantilla was
in place by pearl crown.
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sister's maid : h nor, and bndes-
- a re '- Bad ines, Sundra
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Miss Sandra Mae Markowitz.
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witz. son of Mr and Mr- El. Hur-
witz. '.12 Avila ct Coral Gables,
on Surday June 18. at Rodeph Sho-
lom s>nagogue in Tampa
Lr. Stanley Kazan. Rabbi Theo-
dore Brod, and Cantor Israel N
Sack officiated at the double ring
ceremony which was followed by'
a reception at the Tampa Terrace
hotel. Mi-s Judy Beckner was a:
the piano
Given in marriage by her father,
the bride wore a floor length gown
of pure silk organza over nylon tul-
le and taffeta lining.
The illusion veil fell from a crown
of simulated orange I of
pearls and sequins
Mrs Sheldon Gi cousin
the bride, Aa- matron of honor.
I lud Hurwitz : iom sister, Ln
Fried and Mr.- Edwin Solom
Eili er girl
man was Mar'.
Mi-
el H >;. >' Richard
J> rry Bernstein.
The former Miss Markowitz .
ua:- from
borough High and earned a BAE
it thi i '..-. < rsity of Fl
ii< Delta Phi Epsilon.
Lt HurwitZ is an alumnu> ol Mi-
ami Senior High and the University
Ol Florida School of Business Ad-
ministration He is a member of
Delta Si^ma Pi. Scabbard and
.Blade Military Society and la pre-
.-fitly stationed with the U.S. Army
in Pedncktown. X J where he
and his bride will make their home
after a tour of the eastern
and Niagara Falls.
Miss Jervis, Law Student Marry
; ;-;- Eficiated B1 \l\ Theta h:-:jr> honorary.
?he : Miss Satalie M His f rat emit) is Tau Epsiion Phi
Jen-is and Martin Edward Se^^i jr.d he : : the Univer-I
in Sunday. June 18. at the Algiers sity of Miami law school in the fall.'
hotel. The 2 o'clock ceremony was After a trip to New York, the |
followed by a reception at the hu- newlyweds w;'.l live :n Coral Gables.
tel. -------------------------------------------------
Daughter of Mr and Mrs Perry' --- i
Jervis. 4 Century lane. Belle Isle.
the bride was attended by her sis-
er. Mrs. Lewis M. Kanner. and
wore a gown of alencon lace, and >
carried white orchids and hly-of-
the-valley
The groom's parents are Mr and;
j Mrs. Samuel Segal. Jr., 5446 N i
; Bay rd. Robert Rubin was his |
best man
Both young people are graduates;
of Miami Beach High and the Uni-
versity of Florida. She i> a mem-
ber of Alpha Epsilon Phi and Phi (
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iTviriay. June 23. 1961
Miss Levy Weds
I Medical Student
t. marriage ceremony Tuesday.
0, united sweethearts since
fic.hoolfl days. Miss Harriet
Levj and Stephen C. Margo-
Max Lipschitz officiated al
p m. ceremony, which was
by a dinner at the home of
m's parents, Dr. and Mrs.
Margolin, 3183 Sheridan ave.,
Beach.
in marriage bj her brother,
Levy, the bride, daughter
ate Mr. and Mrs Eli Lev).
., white s.itm ballerina-
gown with scoop neckline
n sleeves.
illusion Ned fell from a tiara,
- earned her confirmation
with orchids and hlic-of the-
,\ Her pearl necklace was a
m the groom. Sondra Levy
I her sister's maid of honor.
newly-wedded Mrs. Levy is
I iate of Miami Beach Hih
I e University of Miami, and
I, to teach at Oak Grove Fie-
I, s :..;> School.
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Page 9-B
Goodman, Katz
Plan August Rites
An August wedding if being plan-
ned by Miss Henrietta Hope <;...id-
man and Hi rl erl Donald Katz.
The I'ri'.r bi is the daughter
of Mr Raymond I. Good-
man. H':si Flamingo dr.. Miami
Beach, and attended Sullin> College
"I Bristol, \;, i nd the I'nii
ol Miami. Her son ritj is Delta
I'd; Epsilon
Her fiani e is i iate of Whar-
ion Schoi I he 1 mvi rsity of
Penns; jvat Harvard Law
School Walter K I:
and Ihi lati ft'alti Katz. ol Glass
port, Pa he is ; nej in Fl
Lauderdale.
!
MRS. STEPHEN MARCOUS
Htr husband is also a graduate
ami Beach High and the I'm
I of Miami, and attended the
I .ersity of Florida. His frater-
I 5 Pi Lambda Phi. and he will
I the medical school at the
) -.:> of Miami in the fall.
a honeymoon in Nassau,
I Ling couple will live at 435
r- ter., No. Miami Beach
Gittlemans Go Abroad
Mr. and Mrs Joseph Gittleman.
of 5654 Granada blvd.. Coral
Gables, an accomplishing two oh
jectives on their tr;p abroad After
a stop in Paris, they plan to take
their son. Robert Stephen, to Jeru-
salem, when he'll enroll at He-
brew University Then, the (little
mans will continue their journey
visiting Greec. Italj and Switzi i
land, befi n reti rr p me.
Miss Bramblett's
Engagement Told
Mr, and Mrs. William Clarenct
McLemore, of Darien, (la. an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Evelyn Kenan Bram-
blett. to Dr. Gordon Neil Gerson,
son ol Mrs, Ethel Schonfeld Gerson,
of Coral Gables.
The future bride attended Emory
University, Her fiance attended
Culver Military Academy and is a
graduate of Emory University and
Emory Universitj school of medi-
cine. His fraternities are Alpha
Epsilon Pi and Phi Delta Epsilon.
medical. He will serve his intern-
ship at the Districl ol Columbia
General Hospital. Washington, D.C.
The young couple is planning a
fall wedding
Rubin, Kessler
Exchange Vows
Mollie Rubin and Kenneth M.
Kessler were marri I Wedncsdaj
June 14, in Dr, Irving Lehiman's
studj al Temple Emanu El
Mr Kessler is a retired dress
manufacturer from California and
has a boine in Peekskill, N.Y
The ceremony was followed bj
a famil> reception at the home oi
Mrs, Rose Fields, the new Mrs.
K( lie s mother
Vfter a honeymoon al the Diplo
mat hotel, the couple will live al
Indian < reek dr Miami
Beach.
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Last Meeting of Season
Las) general meeting of the sea-
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Miss Harriette Jacqueline Neu-
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The future bride is the daughter
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wirth. 3420 Sheridan ave.. Miami
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*Je*isMh>ridlian
Friday. June 23.
As a gift to subscribers, The Jewish Floridian will present free
for the asking e corsage to eactunother of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah.
Requests should be addressed to "Corsage for You,'' P.O. Box
2973, Miami 1, Fla., one month in advance. Include the name
of the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and piace of the ceremony,
home address and telephone number. The corsage will be
forwarded to you courtesy of blackstone Flower Shops in time
for the occasion.
Michael Rose
Warren Samel
Ivan Eorofc
Joel Chernenko
Peter Shtrircii
Peter Sberman
Temple Emar.u-El will be the
site of the Bar Mitzvah of I
son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjam::-.
Sherman, en Saiur.iay morning,
June 24, with Dr. Irving Lehman
officiating.
Peter is an eighth grade student
at Ida If. Fisher Junior High and
attends the Temple's religious
school. He recently received an
award in social studies, and is
also a piano student.
A reception in his honor will be
held Saturday evening in Sirkin
Hall.
*
Joel CS*r.-.enko
Bar Mitzvah ol Joel son of Mrs.
| Ann Chernenko. 2425 SW 27 avc..
and grandson of Mrs. Bessie Cher-
nenko, was to be celebrated Thurs-
day, June 22. at Israelite Center.
Ufa Rabbi .Morton Malavsky offi-
ciating.
Joel is a seventh grade student
at Shenandoah Junior High and
the Center's religious school.
A breakfast was to be served in
the social hall following the cere-
mony.
*
Warren Same*
Dr. Irving Lehrmai will officiate
at the Bar Mitzvah oi Warren, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Samet.
during Saturday mcrr.ir.g services.
Miami Lad Wins rlaymotes Slate Dance
Top School Honors
A Miami C< uple's 12-year-old
EDWIN
son was the t. p student in his
seventh tirade class at Shenandoah
Junior High School.
He is Edui"
and Mrs. Harok
Pont, son of Mr
A. Pont, of 2101
SW 4 ave.. who
was on the Hon-
or Roll e v e r y
month of the Be-
ir i ster.
in addition. Ed-
v..n won a school
|< iter for exci I-
lei (c in studies,
a certificate for
excellence in ci izenship, and an
award for proficiency in violin.
At Beth David Congregation,
v here he attends religious school.
i win also came away with top
honors, receiving a certificate tor
Hence in Hebrew studies. He
ha* been an A student there for
stven years, where he also won
an award for seven years of per-
fect attendance.
In addition to achieving all these
honors. Edwin is a talented singer.
and has appeared at several local
functions. His mi ther is the for-
mer Helen Zalkin. of Charleston.
S.C. The Ponts also have a daugh-
ter, Lyn.
I lay mate, social club for young
adults between 21 and 39. will hold
a dance at the Monte Carlo hotel
on Sunday evening. A weekend for
two at the Monte Carlo will be the
[ prize of the evening. In charge of
information are Stanley Bloom and
Al Gadol.
Hollywood Bowling League
Parents Bowling League held a
dinner party in the Deauville hotel
on Saturday. Harry Levitt, 2728
Plunkett St.. Hollywood, was in
charge of the event.
Bondholders
To Get Interest
First annual meeting of bond-
holders of Cedars of Lebanon Hos-
pital will be held at the Dupont
Plaza hotel on Wednesday. 8 p.m..
"announced Stanley C. Myers, chair-
man of the board ol directors at
Cedars.
A progress repert will be made
to the more than 1.200 bondholders.
. who will be informed of construc-
tion progress, as well as accomp-
lishments of the hospital develop-
, ment fund.
!
Interest checks on the bonds
will be distributed at the meet-
ing. Myers said that many bond-
holders have already instructed
the campaign office to apply
their interest payments as addi-
tional contributions to the de-
velopment fund.
Cedars Hospital is expected to
open in the late fall with 282 beds
and 30 bassinets. Bondholders
, have helped finance over $750,000
j of the $4,500,000 construction cost.
The Women's Auxiliary of the
, hospital, headed by Mrs. H. B.
: Leschel. vice president, will serve
i refreshments at the meeting.
June 24. at Temple Emanu-El.
Warren is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Nautilus Junior High and
attends the Temple's religious
school. He is a member of the
Miami Beach Little League.
A reception in his honor will be
held in Sirkin Hall Saturday eve-
ning.
*
Barry Allen
Saturday morning services. June :
24, at Beth David will include the
Bar Mitzvah of Barry, son of Mr.
and Mrs. William Allen. 1825 SW
21 ave.. with Rabbi Norman N.
Shapiro officiating.
Barry is a seventh grade stu-
dent at Shenandoah Junior High,
and attends Beth David's religious
school.
* *
Robert Wagner
Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs
Abraham Wagner. 3100 SW 26 st.,
will be Bar Mitzvah during serv-
ices at the Israelite Center on Sat-
urday morning, June 24. with Rab-
bi Morton Malavsky officiating.
The Bar Mitzvah is a student at
Shenandoah Junior High and the
Center's religious school.
Following the ceremony, a Kid-
dush will be held in his honor in
the social hall.

Steven Berlin
Temple Zion will be the site of
the Bar Mitzvah of Steven Daniel.
son of Mr. and Mr*. Sol Berlin, on
Saturday morning. June 24.
Steven is an eighth grade Stu-
dent at West Miami Junior High,
where he is treasurer of the Stu-|
dent Council. He has attended the
Temple's Hebrew school for ten
years, and will continue his studies
in the confirmation class.
Kiddush will be tendered in his
honor by his parents.
*
Edward Kravitx
Saturday afternoon services.
June 24. at Israelite Center will in-
clude the Bar Mitzvah of Edward,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Kravit?
3221 SW 21 St., with Rabbi Morton
Malavsky officiating.
Edward is a student of the Cen-
ter's religious school.

Michael Rose
Rabbi Morris Skop will officiate
at the Bar Mitzvah of Michael,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Rose.
and grandson of Mrs. Oscar Ger
rig, during Saturday morning serv-
ices, June 24. at Temple Judea
An honor student at Ponce de
Leon Junior High. Michael plays
flute in the school's concert band.
He is a patrol leader in Troop 64
of the Boy Scouts of America, with
; the rank of Star Scout, serves as
a den chief with Pack 81 of the
Cub Scouts
Michael is a graduate of the
Temple's Hebrew school and is in
eiphth grade of Sum
where he is a first ii<
the safety patrol.
His parents will hosl -h^
dush in his honor follow
ceremony.
*
Lewis Shermar
Lewis Miles, son of Mi an
Seymour Sherman, will \,.
Mitzvah during Saturdaj
services, June 24. al Congr
Yehudah Moshe. with K
don Steinmetz official
The Bar Mitzvah atti
land Junior High and .
at the Temple's rcli.
An Oneg Shabbat or I
' ning and a Kiddush
urday morning services v
given in his honor, as
reception buffet in (hi a
home in Sky Lake on S.
' ning.
? .
Ivan Borak
Bar Mit'.vah of Ivai
Ol Mr. and Mrs S. \
will be observed durii -
mcrning services. Jun< 24
ereth Israel Congref
Nathan Zwitman will
Kan is a seventh \
at Horace Mann Jims
Kiddush in his bom
services.
Fred Astaire and Lilli Palmer (right) are the parents of Debbie
Reynolds, bride of Tab Hunter in the romantic comedy, "The
Pleasure of His Company," opening Wednesday at the Carib,
Miami, Miracle and 163rd Street Theatres.
Jason Berkman Appointed
Florida Gov. Farris Bryant has
named Jason Berkman as Justice
of the Peace of the Fifth District.
Berkman succeeds Malvin Eng-
lander, who recently resigned, fol-
lowing his election as vice mayor
and councilman in Miami Beach
Fiorato, Dancers
At 'Pops' Again
University of Miami Summer
Symphony "Pop" concert on Sun-
day evening marks the return
engagement of New York City
Ballet Company conductor Hugo
Fiorato and the dancers. Patricia
Wilde and Jacques D'Amboise.
The ballet program at the air-
conditioned Miami Beach Audi-
torium will feature Miss Wilde and
D'Amboise in three pas de deux
Delibes' "Sylvia." Massenet's Med-
itation, from "Thais." and selec-
tions from Glazounov's "Pas de
Dix."
Fiorato and the Summer Sym-
phony will present Borodin's
PoJovetzian Dances from "Prince
Igor," and Johann Strauss' "Em-
peror Waltz." Fiorato, a form-
er student of UM Symphony
Orchestra founder and conduc-
tor Arnold Volpe, has also pro-
grammed Volpe's Quartet in G
major (third movement) for
String Orchestra, in commemor-
ation of the late conductor's
92nd birthday anniversary, July
9.
Fiorato, considered one of the
gifted young American conductors
on the concert stage today, has ap-
peared with the National Sym-
phony in Washington and many
leading orchestras around the
world
Miss Wilde and D'Amboise are
celebrating their tenth year with
the New York City Ballet Cum
pany. Miss Wilde has toured with
the ballet ensemble through Eur-
ope, the Far East. Australia and
,the Philippines. D'Amboise has
appeared in motion pictures, on
Broadway, and television, and has |
been a principal dancer with the
.Metropolitan and San Francisco
' Opera Companies.
Seven Arts
Festival Resumes
The White Mountains resort.
Lake Tarleton Club, owned bj
Walter and Al Jacobs, of Miami
Beach, is again featuring the Fes-
tival of the Seven Arts.
The Festival is a series of for-
: urns, seminars, lectures, dance and
j musical recitals, and presentation
:of plays. Starring are such di-
verse personalities as professors
; frem nearby Dartmouth College,
internationally famous authors.
| newspaper, radio and television
men. opera singers, ballet dancers
and folk singers.
Walter and Al Jacobs conceived
the idea of the Festival ol the Sev- '
en Arts about ten years ago. and
it is now recognized as one of the
outstanding features of the popu-
lar summer resort in Pike. N H
Dividend to be Paid
Frederick J. Teschke. president
of the Bank of Dade County, an-
nounced at a recent meeting of the
board of directors that a quarterly-
cash di\idend of $.15 per share will
be paid on June 30. 1961. to all
stockholders as of record June 23.
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vJmesfii Fhricffat
Noted Yiddish
Editor Posses
NEW YORK (JTA) Solcmcr.
Pingol, editor of The Day-Jewish
journal, national Yiddish daily
newspaper; died this week al Mt.
ginai Hospital here after a short
illness. He was 74.
Pom in Rogachev. Russia, he
. migrated to England where h<
M:te for Jewish publications. In
l(!16, he came to the United States
where he joined the editorial staff
oi the Yiddishes Tageblatt. Four
yean later, he joined the Jewish
daily newspaper. The Day, of
which he became managing editor
and later editor.
He remained editor when The
; > and the Jewish Morning
Journal were merged into. The
I; y Jewish Journal, end held
, iii position until his death.
Mr. Dingol was the author of
several plays and was also active
in many Jewish organizations.
He was vice president of United
rlias Service, a member of the
board of the YIVO Institute for
Jewish Research, and president of
(hi Committee for Yiddish in New
York High Schools. He also par-
lic ; ated in groups aiding Israel.
Harry Platoff
Dies at 79
Harry Platoff. ci 143! Wesl i .<
Beach, died Wednest i :
I 14.
Platofi was 7$ He cairn
|. from New York Cliy ?] years
.u Survivii g it bis i
i.
wen at Rivers ''.
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MRS. SUSAN L S NGER
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Vx" ,i :,-'> Services w.
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HARRY WHITCUP
. of 1E0 S Prof : i C. ..
Gables, .. ,,i juim 13 Hi came h.r,
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"J :'-' '' of Temi li Judea b, r-
' hla wif< Snlr'ej 1 ...,
idlng Eric and Mark, and
a diughter, Debbie Servicej were
1 In Qordi n I h< mi
MRS BETTY SCHWART2
7P. of 76] Jefferson av :;,.. m Beach,
0 ed .' in< r .-ri. cami hen :.". yean
ago from New York aid was a mem-
ber "f F'.eth Tfllah Congregation, sur-
viving are three daughters Including
Mrs Barbara QTussmark; a brother;
-i\ erandchlldren and a great-grand-
child. Services wen Jum is In Rlv-
1 rsld< Ml mortal Chapel. Normandy
Isle
LEGAL NOTICE
COL. HARRY MARCUS
67, of 500 West ave., died June 16. Ho
was a retired \rm> officer and had
directed s,.,rs stores in New York
and Chicago for '.0 years. He was a
winter resident "1 Miami Reach a" a member <>f Miami Beach Masonic
and Elks lodges {Surviving it a bro-
ther. Bernard. Service* weri h n-..
Yorl w th Riverside Memorial Chapel
in charge loca'ly.
MICHAEL H. EPSTEIN
"'. it 1101 Country 1 lub Prado, 1 oral
Gables, iii>-1 June If ir. Raltlmor.
Surviving are his parents, Dr. and
Mrs. Edward Bpsti ;a sister, .- isai
his maternal grandmother, Mrs. Flora
L'beiman; >, s paten 1 and ot' ei
M b n E stein; at ri h t ati ns
great- rani m :!.. r, Mis San E]
Melt Service* 1 n J ni 1 In Riv-
Mi rial Chapi I ...
MRS. FRIEDA KAT2
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Representative! 'r'L served
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.us !! :s SUrviVI li I > 1-
lv.rothy ami two listen Mrs
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EGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT CF
FLOR'DA l\ A\T FOR CADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
Nr f,1C 6551
PET1 R r>] ll Rll I .11,
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I fendant,
SUIT FCR DIVORCE
TO MARY !! IORIO
20 frost Street
Provident i Rhi .'. i-;ar.d
You, x, kRY Dl IORIi hi reby
notified thai Bill of Complain! fi
liai been filed aJ.-ain^., you,
and yi u are required to servi a cops
of yout Answei ..r Pleailfne li
i i I Comn'ainf on the plaintiffs
Attorney, BAM BLOOM, Esquire, 20
fe.E 1st Avenue, Miami :i:', Florida,
ana f I*- the original Answei or Plead-
ing in the Offlci of th. Clerk Circuit Court on or befon the "lb
t[a> .if July, -\ li.. 1961. If you fall to
do so, Judgment by default will be
taken against you f.-r tv relief .'i-
nanded in the r rhii notice shall 1. published onci
each week for four consecutive Week!
in THK JEWISH I- LOR1D1 VN
PONE AM' Honda, this 20th day of June, A P
19*1.
E. B, L-EATHERMAN, rink.
( Ircult Court, Da.le County, l-Toriela
(seal) By: M CAVALARI8
i*i>uty Clerk.
SAM BLOOM, Bsi
:il S.E. 1st \ve., .Miami K'a
Attorney for Plaintiff
______________________ 6/J3-30. 7/7-14
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 6IC 6548
CLAUDE P. QARLAN] an I
SARA B ; iRLAND,
Plaintiffs,
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I left n ant
Ti T .- ,;. r. Salsti n.-
pt Ni 216, ': Bld|
Sherl Road
lini is
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El WARD 1 I 1.N1ELS, .IR.
909 Blsci 111 1 dg.
Miami .
Attoi ney for Plaintiff!
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITICUSNAME LAW
8 HEREBY GIVEN that
desiring to 1 ngagi In
Ihi IttOUl 1.....;
Hi si SAJMDW1CH SHOl at 34S N I;
Jnd A v. nu.. Miami, K.. ,iaa, in.. 1. ;..
'-ist. -.. d name with ib, clerk
w the CB t of 1.... County,
;.
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West Plagli Strei I
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Atti 11. ..s 1,1 Ri gistrants
:':.. 7 7-14
IN THE COUNTY JUCGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN FROBATE
No 5o043-A
IN RE 1 -i. te 1
FRED 7. PELLE-TIBR
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor! and All Persona Hav-
Ing Clain s or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Y. 11 ar. hereby notified and re-
quired 10 present an., claims and de-
mands which >.,a may have against
the 1 state of HU-U) 7. PELLETIEK
deceased late of arc STOOK Coun-
ty. MAINE, to the County Judges of
Dade County, and file the xatn. in
their offices in the County Court-
1 in Had. County, Florida, with-
in eiKht calendar months from the
date of the first publication hereof,
ttr th. same will te barred.
ALV1A M. PELLET1ER,
Executrix of the Estate ..f Pied
Z. PELLET1ER.
1 \-n L.IEJBMAN
Attorney
Kronn \\. nue
Homestead. Eloi Ida
_____________. 6/28-30,7/7-14
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No eiC 65?3
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ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DACE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 624
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Plaint
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DAVID RACHME1
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NOTICE EV FLELIC^TION
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In THE JEWISH FLORID1AN
I "ONE ..mi i.l 1ERED al Mil ml
thli th day < I Juni. '> 1 .
1961.
I ill tTHERMAN, Clerk
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
M Til E I- HEREBY GIVEN that
dersitned, desiring to engags In
I..is r.i ... undei the fictitious name <>f
MODERN TREND KITCHENS at 9021
B.W 29th Terrace, Miami intends to
.- Btei -. Id nam. with th.- Clerk ..f
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BEATRICE NEIMAN
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6/16-23-30, 7
NOTlOE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY,
Nr. 61C 579f
THERESA l.. BABrfES,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ALBERT E I. .RNES,
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
To Al HEKT K. I.AHNES
SO Caldwell Street
Pak, Unirt't. New Y-.rk
You ALBERT E BARNE8 are here-
by notified that fa Bill of Complaint
for Divine has been filed against you.
and you are required i<- serve a copy
Of youi Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's
Attorney, ANGELO A. AL.I, 4uo Alns-
ley Building. Miami 32. Florida and
file the original Answer or Pleading
In the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 6th day
of July, 1961. If you fail to do BO,
judgment by default will bs taken
against you f.-r the r.ii.f demanded
in the I ill of O.mplaint.
Thit notice shall b. published once.
ea.'h w... foi foui consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
PoNE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Plot Ida. this 2nd day of June. A.P.
1961
E B 1. VTHERMAN, Clerk,
Ch lit Court, 1 ...- County, Florida
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NO-.CE UNDER
FlCTITiCLS NAME LAW
NCI S HI RI I Y GIVEN th.r
ihi i-slrlng to < nga 1 In
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. SHIPPERS No. 3
AVI nu. Miami
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IK THE C RCUIT CCLRT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. <1C 5S2
VI RNl N iRLEN McCALL.
itiff,
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MARJOR1E McCALL,
1 n.lant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
You, MARJORIE McCALL, 1233 Mc-
\, ,\, 1 Ittsburgh, Pennsyl-
.. 1 ,. ,, notified to servi a copy of
v. ui answet Divorce Complaint
on Plaintiffs attor-
ney ... JE NICHOLAS, 1218 N.W.
7tii Street, Miami, Florida, and file
. ., Clerk of this Court on or
:,,.. juij 17 1961, otherwise com-
1 |aint II) 1 onfessi d by you.
1 ,v ; 1961.
I i 1.. ,-; HERM \N. Clerk,
... i ,VA1 LRIS, Deputy
. 9-16-23-30
in T^E COUNTY JUDi.ES COURT
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Pace +Jei§t Fkr-fijr Fr:da Y' h* 23. 1961 Braws-'n? N rft ??: %  %  • Bv HiLAR? %  '."N'Pi.lS Suspense and Intrigue in the Wcrld of the Kibbut ~EVES ROAD B. = -* S-1 Trnld : : ~ French sy R.el*-: -: 1:1 r: New '• : Q_T OP THE tlgt -" • -• i Fresch -r ? %  :%  IT as Az C*M Spof/igJr*: 3, MILTON FRIEDMAS Element of Morality Faces Administration |J EITHER A R %  %  %  -•a"-| : • bar Al L" S caua P inning a •.-.-. %  i Asian na %  %  ; Halpei I from the airlines be mid be refused | S Arabia merely because I • Jewish He :...: not -x Saudi Arat ui ui tenninal built by American taapaj Convinced thai KB sr a -r>.Implemem ts pnateaNd ideals ehetber in Alabama -JT Arabia." Rep HeJpcrn'i experiefl.; dramatized in issue will soon face Congress The Administration baa ju>t 3 ->ked an %  p pe o pf atioa cf nearly 55 billion .n new aid funds Presadeal Kennedy has annoua -New Frontier eoneept, l.akmg aid with social justice and moral responsibility jn the part ,: beneficiaries. %  ON Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON B G's Visit West United Nat. tSIHlLE T*£ BIG headlines in "• .: press reported the [recent spate A summitry at the opn .%  %  highlighting Prei lent K tmedj conferencea with '.-.:\ .-:.-. K ;• %  .! 3r;ta.n s ever-amiable Kit I -i Harold Macmillan. the I by Israel s D. Ben-Gunon. were • rerlooked In Canada, the United States, it the United Nations, in Britain ar.d in Frai very active elder -man ?arner-rd share A attention — a ibare me might a; no re thai n mensurattwith Israi vt :he physical stature jf Bon-Gur ie a himself T.ne official comn iliowing Ben-Gur talkwith Canad me Minister John G. Diefenbaker. Kennedy. Macmillan and de Gaulle did not reveal very much. N ;r i j -ther party say a wort about the meeting Ben had for nearly I 1 hcurs with Seeretarj -al Dag Hammarskjold. For that matter, very little =aid for publication even after Ben-Gunor.'s many talks in New York with leaders of world and American Zionism and with other top men and women in the American Jewish community Ther? is. therefore legitimate wonder as to the reasons Ben-Gunon undertook the tour of the West at this tin i For an understanding of 3en-Gurion's main international motives, and clues to his achievements, one must examine carefully the current situation in the Middle East. Ther.relative peace there, of a kind. But to Israelis living within minutes of the range of the Russian-Blade MIG-19 jets, which the Soviet Union harously furnished to the United Arab Republic, peace 1illusory. The Arab states, especially the UAR. make no secret of their intent to make further war against Israel. While Israel v. irating the Bar Mitzvah a nni ver sar y of it1 • last May 15. the Arab states were also observing the date. Cairo's newspaper. Al Ahram which often acts as spikes man for the Nasser Government, reminded its readers that "war with Israel is inevitable." Radio Cairo boasted that the UAR's armed forces are now superior to Israel's. Nasser's principal aide in Syria implied that, during the next round of warfare against Israel, seven united Arab armies will act as one offensive force. Obviously, Ben-Gurion did much more than merely prod the memories of the other statesmen or set the record straight. There were talks about economics, there were discussions of the ever-explosive peterrtial of the Arab refugee situation, there were even frank exchanges about Israel's exposed military posture. But aons to la sM bUls and personal The Arabs insulted American ..t.z-r.with seeming Even U.S. officii members ind militarj members larrod .: happen to be of Jewish fa Ye: the State Department has failed I I the expn ... A Congress enunciated in for: • ....-funds fi pracracial or religi >us liscriminati H Lean citizens Tr.~ issue Qua lessiea wiO not be the eomplei ,lem of Arab blockades and boycotts against Israel It will be far more simple The point will be the rights and r.uman dignity of American citiCan "he Executive Department justify increasing IS aid at a time if domestic recession, to .Arab states that abuse Americas citizens"' In its Dew foreign aid request, the Administration asked Congress to support "freedom of navigatioa in international waterways and recognition of the right of all private persons to travel and pursue their lawful activities without dscnmination ato race or religion." But the Administration — the State Department and White House — already possess such authority. The will of Congress has bern clearly stated a number of times Yet the Executive Department, under both Republican and Democratic Administrations, has failed to act to fulfill --paused ideals. President Kennedy's new concept of foreign aid. connecting it with promotion of humane ideals, faces a crisis An %  Agency for International Development." to function under the State Department, was announced However, the only policy change m the Near East appeared to be a plan to increase aid to b States, while the State Department stated I Arab religious discrimination against Americans must be tolerated Department ccniended it would aid Comi-m to annoy the Arabs about the rights American citizens The Department said it v. be a coercive tactic Rep Halpern. and many Others will fight gress in the coming weeks against band-outs 1 hatemengers He aske.1 Are we to ass irne tha: the will Congress — "he representatives >1 American people — is "coercive' because tt receive our aid are a-keJ to conform to internal law and decencj American Jews are barred from Saudi Arabia Syria Iraq. Jordan. Yemen. Lebanon and. to some extent. Egypt. In certain countries an American Jew may transit an Arab terminal en route else where, but he is humiliated and refused permission to leave the piane. Jordan requires Americans provide a -church certificate establishing that they are not of the Jewish faith Jordan will receive increased aid from the United States in the new program Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ %  the somewhat • farm, na proit men attempt %  • which Indh id —e\ • -" 1st •• iblin ah I to the his %  m are givei h eh lead an ind the difficulties which di iuthor has %  the :ar:r tl sts. and the 1 ;-,. scape fr -| t a personal kink Suss uses of 1 some ef the bes %  the psycho] igical lor pacifism len( is too pat: it excitement : uon of the special -. sm bred in th 1 it rumbles along fa : 11 in eight JOI then a< .. I it waj Overseas newsletter: By ELIAHU SAlPHfR The Chain Reaction r Jerusa m WAS THE Lavon Atfair" which caused Cabinet crises, tbe resignation of the Government and finally, the dissolution of the Parliament and the decision to bold new elections in August. Oppos.t.on parties hoped — and Mapa. feared —that the Lavon Affair would also be the main item in the election campaign arsenal 1 of all opposition parties against Mr Ben-Gunor. and his party. However, the Eichmann trial had s_.~ 1 total impact on the Israel public that, by hardly anybody argues about the Lavon .Affair. Next came the Dr. Israel Beer scandal. The opposition parties again hoped that the discovery that one A the confidants of top Ministry of Defense cirii?being charged with spying would not only supply additional ammunition against Mapai. but als rive :ne interest in the conditions in the security establishment, and thus also bring new life to 'At La'. .-. Affa r Nevertheless, it seems, at the moment, tha: s also < mpletei) xshadowed by the E mann trial Mapai, so far, seems *o make head %  r stratej of the 1 •: ,.the ml si aroused by sec ri:j mat! :• -• ik : the Isra -. Arm) and sub:i> the Eichmann trial Prime Minister B-. is tlso Minis; ring the past ton years slowl\ been create-d that not only tr Defense Forces but also the Haganah, whi ceded il Mandatory days, was the tr David Ben-Gunon This, at least, is the picl the minds f most of the new immigrants and : the >uuth which has grown up since the Ushment Of the State. Few people now are : among these two groups who constitute the ma of the electorate, with the name Ehahu Golomb When Mr Ben-Gunon recently opened the Lliaiw Golomb Museum, the exhibits in the building urere neatly counter-pointed by the show of armaments of the Israel Army, some of which were exhibited :n the little park near the Golomb Museum A Great Day for the Jewish (Horse) Race IT WAS A great horse race And great day for the Jewish race. O* course. I mean what took place at th Belmont track recently Sherluck. $132.10. Takes Belmont Carry Bach 7th" was the headline run ning across the New York Times I sup pose almost every paper in the country carried a similar headline. And prob ably 40 million people watched it on television And former President Eisenhower was there Aceording to The New York Times, this was the first time since Andrew Jackson that a President of the United States visited a race track George Washington The Times pointed out. was very fond of horses, but so far as we know, never went to a horserace." And a Jewish horse won. The owner of this new king of the turf is none other than Jacob Sher former chairman for Israel Bonds in Miami.. ~ ^.w* 1 *. 1 S n0t the whole star y oi now the horses covered the Jews with glory at '.his race. Everyone was of course exoecting Carry Bit-* to rufl away with the laurels. Carry "Back has been the V*" sensation of the year. It had won the Kentucl and then gone off to California to win the Preakness. l seemed likely to win the Triple Crown at Belmont. pa" 1 leling the great feat of Citation m 1948. President Eisenhower put his money on Carry Back and il seems from the newspaper accounts that be n the advice of such race horse fans as John Hay Whitney and Bernard Baruch. And Carry Back too was the horse of a Jew. J a< Price, also of Miami. But Carry Back only came 1 seventh. All of this is of course something very new in Je*' s history. I n the Bible, there is mentioned one. Je n whose name became famous as a fast driver, but tne is no mention of him winning any races. The Chelm .|l, tale; which have dehghted Jews for so many g enera Z have a lot of stories about horses. I recall one vag" of i horse which was supposed to spit out dollar 0 But no Chelm horse ever paid off $132 for $2.00 as luck did.



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Page 6-B +Jeist RutMat) Friday, June 23, \%\ WOMAN OF THE WEEK n • ladj : v. ami Beach Gertrude, wife %  r K : "r She is not a c en. PTA is -•• .... %  (fa PTA .... red in lai .continu %  %  '• Frencfr Spai tni : -.. Ken Ken 5 appoinl His 5 coL'nder tl revisions of this L'.S. ha? cits overs, as Miami Beach's sister c tj is • were I • i Gertr .... • needs just rud< nies Mayor 0 gees to public this is love music and they M GERTRUDE I sings that of friends Kei .v: f the 0 • I i v %  ,rs Barbara %  er Jonathan will si .;• with e at the hotel. What a ther mayors -• %  i • n I I i • one < i iriayors verj own husband. A DOUBLE CELEBRATION Thes have beer, married fifteen years, and they have a new house. S it was Open House at the home of Marv and Naomi Zank. The I se is built on an acre of what used to be a fruit grove, and features separate wings. One one side is Ellen's frilly bedroom and her brother Steven's room, all done in corduroy. Even the cage for his mouse. Sweetie Pie. doe ? n't stem out of place There is a den I U levision, where the children can entertain their own crowd. This ]. I of the house, incidentally can be closed off when the children &< to camp. On the other side of the living room is the master bedroom and for Naomi and Marv. themselves. The rooms are *n spacious that S couldn't tell just how many people were about fifts guests were enjoying themselves thi e '• rs, the drinker?, ^nd the joke-tellers Which category do these belong in? Herb and Be.. WU< nsky, Pfa 1 ",. am Schiff. "Walter and Adele Kay. Ben and Evelyn Berkowitz. nd Grace Poliner. Ted and Ann Berman. Dr a-.d Mrs Everett sberg. the Mel Muroffs. and M irts and Irene Samuels — she of the _. geous dimpleNaomivery young-looking mother, Mr<".-il Sch rtl, and aunt. Nettie Meyer, took a few minutes off to rest in the den. I eryon< rushed in o ask Ceil for the recipe.for her wonderful .alties on the buffet tal WHAT WAS IN THAT BOX? Nat and Suki Williai jhted squeal. "Oh. it's gorgeous." they hurried cut to look at their daughter Brvna's engagement l. Bryna is engaged to Stephen Kneapler. son of Mr and Mrs \\ ham Kneapler of Coral Gables. The familes all got together at the V. lianas' home for dinner. The young couple had to share some ol ti i conversation with Stephen's younger brother. David He just srad i ed avaledictorian from Ponce de Leon Junior High School. The ( •• for the wedding has not yet been set. but you can rest assured tr.rt the Williams brothers. Gibbey who is in New York, and Herbert Who is .n the Air Force in Las Vegas, will be the first ones to be there. Chabrows Will Live m Arlington After % %  live ir I ^ • The : rn er Miss Sh< Mrs ill SW re mar lay Ju ". ; in a 4 R Leon -a. F r ,se a ... silk with %  -• • %  Miss Joyce < A -"the newly| Mrs.Chab: 1 • %  %  at I v ad's pan i and Mrs. I Pa His Arthi r Shapir .. He is a: re he w : and is now r %  • %  .% %  : %  -i La D y 1961 V a I hi HOWARD .NEV Nev. Sontag Exchange Vows All th" hundred There were the dancers .. s ird Nev : %  %  • puon. Mrs Hi a B:scaj r-t:p v< I •' • %  ...She %  uds • ,. te Bible Her sister. Ml matron aiyn \ v, sister oi room, M of horn r Parents of th jr m are Mr Temple Israel Card Party Temple Israel Sisterhood held its first card pa::> and luncheon of the summer or. We ln< l) noon in Wolfson Auditor) im In charge ol reservations was MrFred Fenton. Mrs Mauri \ y m •• % %  %  .'. .i p r %  L'n versits -. ternity is A The t pie's ne\ h w Dixie hwy and thes awi Nassau u jid Swim Party Saturday igler Grana la Sisterhood is S %  i ci TUTORING BY EXPERT TEACHES Emohasis on remedial reading. spelling, English, phonics & math. Hi 6-640? K Alii Janice Mendelow and Al M. Rabinowitch were married or. June 10 at the home of the bride's parents. Mrs. Rabinowitch is a graduate of Miami Beach High School. Mr. Rabinowitch attended schools in Montreal. A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 9 8401 PARSONS 3413 C03AL WAT Open Monday Wfi Til 9 163'd ST. SHOPPING CENTE1 Open Monday e1 '^ fridfl T Hilt 'Til 9 CFF AND RUNNING Nothing is quite so exciting as watching someone you know on television. All Miami was watching the Belmont Races the Saturday • Jacob Sher's horse. Sherluck. came galloping in It was quite a thrill to watch Jake and Mary receive the trophy from Mrs. Eisenhower. Everyone told Mary how lovely and radiant she looked. She I she wished she could have seen herself She was so excited she doesn't even remember what Mamie sjid when she presented her with thtray that has the names of all cf the Belmont winners on the back. Mary said that Mamie is so much more attractive in real life than in l,< pictures. Before the races, they had lunch with the other horse owners. Gen. Eisenhower, and all the Very Important Persons in the Trustee Room in the Turf and Field Club. Jake thought that Sherluck vould be in the money; Mary did the hoping At present the dark bay i • is resting at Monmouth Park, but the Shers are much too excited •ft A BRIDAL BRUNCH The Damfo Club was reactivated in order to have a brunch at the r> 'itainebleau hotel for one of iterstwhile member's son. Steve Maris, who married Harriet Levy on Tuesday. D is for Mrs Max i eyer; A for the Morris Alperts: M for Dr. and Mr.1 B Margolis; F or the Aaron Farrs: and O for the Charlie Oppenheims The brunch was in the Poodle room, and the appointments were carried out in pink i blue. The sixteen guests enjoyed the excitement of the bridal i pie when they were presented with a Yum Yum Tree which had in its branches five good wishes from the hostesses It's a brunch v won't be able to forget because the wedding present was an electric toaster and coffee maker. After all. that's what they'll be using ever] morning for the rest of their lives. 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Pcge 18-A +3enist fkridfiian Friday, June 23, \Jl Cuban Weapon By MAX LeRNER It I. only Juno. 1961. but Ihc suns have .IrM* openedI AreI for Uw Food Fair Given Governor's Trophy Gov. FaiTis Bryant has awarded Food KanStores the first Governor's Recognition Trophy for work on behalf oi the newly-created Education and Research Foundation ot Florida. Samuel Fnedland. chairman "I ll ,• board ol Food Fair Store-, has pledge $10,000 annually to I h e Foundation to underwrite a marketing chair at a Florida university. The trophy was presented to Friedland by the Governor at the Uw^ are products of F lor^ Of the Castro problem. But right now 1 am more concerned with the da s educational system, nolitical consequences of the Cuban debate inside American politics. On accepting the award. FnedNote that while many Democrat liberals ol the Stevenson persuasion land pointed out that the Governor are di=enchante;l with President Kennedy lor his strongly nationalist -has provided the leadership and and militarist position on Cuba, the Republicans do not find it nationalist strength nee .eel to launch this proor militarist enough They are gambling heavily that the mood ol the gram," but that •government must American people is more intense even than Kennedy's. They attack the not be expected to fulfill Us purpresent tractors-lor-prisoners negotiations as a form of blackmail. poses." In one sense the Cuban issue is made to order for the Republicans .We mil>t | ook to ne free enterBoth the Goldwater and Rockefeller wings of the party can get together pr j se that is the strength of our on it and stand on common ground. And it can serve as a coverall issue democratic way of life to make the for the important Senatorial races of 1962. regardless of the political Foundation live, grow and sucliberalism or conservatism of the Republican who is running or the cee d." Democrat who is being attacked. Gov Bryant reported that the — %  &— — %  &— r"? !" "* .i_ u Foundation has already received THE QUESTION IS, can it really swing the election for the Repub wvera additlona i pledges as a rehcans? Quite conceivably it can. At first thought, remembering the | 5||H Qf the firg| meeting Kennedy popularity percentages which still stand somewhere in the 80s. one might sav that he can't be beaten. But when you reflect that the Kennedy popularity stayed high even after the invasion fiasco, you begin to understand that most Americans did not blame Kennedy too strongly for the failure of the invasion. The crucial fact for them was that at least the invasion was attempted. That is why the Republicans now propose to show themselves even more invasion-minded than Kennedy. They are portraying him as the man who let down the Cuban freedom fighters, and doubtless they hope that the rubbing of this idea against Kennenys reputation will erode it. In 1962 they will be arguing that Kennedy betrayed the Cuban freedom fighters by not furnishing them American air cover. In 1964 their big issue will be that Castro is still in power. If he is. What I am saying is that the Republicans do have hold of Austria Will Arrest Criminals Continued from Pag* 1 A Nazi named Frani Nowak, charged with having been an Eichmann accomplice. The man i-. alleged to have boon a member of a group which, in all. murdered eiyht or nine Jews as the war ended. Freuhwirt. according to the police, has partly confessed." All material brought back by the observers will be reviewed, and any persons even partiallyimplicated will be investigated, a live issue, and might conceivably win with it. both in 1962 and 1964. I Meanwhile, police here announced But 1 am also saying that its very liveliness makes it a dangerous issue | t j, at authorities at C.raz have aras well. For they cannot tell what will be happening to Castro in the res e( j an Austrian, named Joseph coming months and years. By lighting American nationalist fires under Freuhwirt. as a suspect in the Kennedy they are likely to strengthen the popular support for any drastic killing of "five or six'' Jews after measure he may take against Castro. 11 these measures prove success(ne end of world War II. ful. either in the next 16 months or the next three years. Kennedy's triumph and eclat will be greater than ever. — •&— -Cr— -^r— THE TROUBLE IS 'hat many people have been talking of the Castro problem as if it were a conundrum in a vacuum It is anything but that. In the first place, there Is the question oi what may happen in the minds of the Cuban people. The first article of a new series by R. Hart Phillips, who has served almost a quarter century in The New York Times bureau in Havana, points to the fact that the Castro mass arrests alter the invasion "brought a personal taste of terror to a millon Cubans." on the assumption that the families ol the 200.(100 Cubans who were arrested were alfected by their arrest. This can be a major element of ferment. In the second place, there are the inner dynamics ol the CastroCommunist regime which today dominates Cuba. Can it curb its cherished and stated purpose of "liberating" the people in the various Latin American countries which it has picked as their targets? This .s the biggest single question mark about Castro's future. II he moves ahead, whether in Venezuela or Peru or Guatemala or the Dominican Republic. and succeeds in overturning the current regime and replacing it with a Castro regime, he offers President Kennedy an occasion for drastic action. If on the other hand he holds back during the next three years, what will happen to the whole Grand Design ol communism in the American hemisphere and to Castro's own reputation? Thus both Castro's fortunes and tho-e of President Kennedy and his Republican opponents are wrapped in the same murky and inscrutable future. But they are wrapped together. By taking their present position, the Republicans are also taking a big gamble on what lies inside that murky wrapping. They may well prove wrong. 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amHS^Hi^Li r. June 23, 19S1 +Jenist flcriifar Page 3-A Jewish Agency Names Hamlin By Special Report NEW YORK -AiEf ricai nl tlif executivi \ encj tor l-id has the appoint nu nl of Isador -• txnuiivf disMtor Hamlin, 44. habeen with the Agency for i.i j %  Ing served us pre-.officer Washington, DC. office ii as administrative director in iv.: \ I : York office. The Jewish Agency, a world organization with h^adquart rs a Jerusalem, is responsible for carry' ing out the immigration, abi ir I pro%  In I %  • ictivJ s of i i • 11 %  .%  ; %  ).).-. -• ins iring immer i it cutes and sem ts and h rs in Israel, ai I other exinge programs. Five members of • h e Agency Executive comprise the Ameri in ition, which repres snts the w '"idwide body in the United States AZA, junior order of B'nai B'rith, is honner, Mel Schoychid. Leslie Gross, Gil Cohen, ^1 at the annual awards dance sponsored Howard Key. Middle row are Neil Koenig, Gil the South Florida Council oi the B'nai B'rith Fleeman, Jay Press, Sean Kauiman, Lee Sandith Organization. The chapter took first ler, .Harry Rosen, athletic program director for ice in the local touch football league and BBYO. Back row are David Kaplan. Ricky ;ond place in both basketball and softball Alterrnaa, Steve Minor, Mike Rosenberg, Arirnaments. Twelve chapters of AZA thur Saiak, Danny Pruess, Julie Cohen, star |trticipated in the events. Shown (left to University of Miami basketball player, who |ht) front row are Kenny Rosen, Steve Waywas principal speaker. JNF Body Picks Guilder, as Head By Special Report IRA GUHDtH NEW YORK—Ira Guitiien was inducted last week as chairman of the newly-established National Council of the Foundation for the Jewish National Fund at the Waldorf Astoria hotel here. Dr. Julius Mark, senior rabbbi, of New York's Temple Emanuel, was the principal speaker at the convocation. The Foundation for the Jewish National Fund, in the few years of its existence, has mobilized a potential pool of funds in the amount of $14,000,000 through wills, bequests and insurance assignments for the purpose ot establishing land development and afforestation projects in Israel bearing the names of their donors. The newly-formeu National Council, the auxiliary arm of the Foundation, is expected to intensify its fund-raising efforts in order to illiam C. Steel, of the firm of j complete what Israel Prime MmMcCarthy. Pre-cjn. Steel and ister Ben-Gurion. on his recent visit | ind. will succeed ta the presito the United States, described 13 acy of the Dade County Bar Assn. "Israel's chief task for the future, July l. He replaces Samuel J namely, the reclamation )£ versi jr. Frank J. Kelly, of Kelly Paige, Black, is the new first vice : lent of the association Tie 1.300-member DCBA has alelected Charles A Kimbrell. fcond vice president: Richard M. flute, third vice president; Jo Dolan, secretary; and Mi fciel Shores, treasurer. fawn in Jerusalem, director of the Palestine Economic Corporation, and national campaign ciairman of the Israel 3ond drive. ICepner Firm Named Consultant Woody Kepner Ass been named public relations licity consultant for Ivanhoe Residential Dinner Service, a new firm offering home-delivered gourmet dinners to Dade county residents. Heading the operation, whose | offices are at 2301 NW llth ave is Harry Zuckerman. also general manager of Ivanhoe Caterers which for the past 11 years has been the official catering service to the City of Miami. Coral Gables restauranteur William Katz is vice president, and Herschel G. Levy is general manager. ISAOOKt HA.VLIS iteel Named tar President wastelands to permit the settlement of anticipated large numbsrs >f immigrants." Guilden, board chairman )£ ihe Trace Bank and Trust Company and the Title Guarantee and Company, is president jf 3>y>' • Singers Workshop Invites Winner The Singers Workshop has invited Jeanine Rosen, winner of •Outstanding Singer of the Year" eo*M. HOME WITH ANOTHER LA0Y 'i CO ntest to appear at its Tuesday OR wiu RENT ONE 8EOOOM evenin u class at the Miami Conservatory Concert Hall. 2W3 Coral Way. Miss Rosen won her title on June 10 in competition with more than 40 singers. She started her musical activity as a pianist, later switching to violin, and in high school again changed to viola. Roy Oliver is the director. BUISNESS WOMAN !S*ES TO SHARE HER COMFORTABLE I.W. SECTION. 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Page 12-A 'JewistfkrMxw Friday. June %  Dade Bar Honors Deceased Lawyers Groundbreaking ceremony at Southwest Jewish Center religious school shows (left to right) Murray Sparaga, building fund chairman, Rabbi Morris Skop, Rabbi Maurice Klein. Murray Halpern vice president of the congregation, Nat Lurie, Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice president. University of Miami, Milton Miller, president of Southwest Jewish Center, Cantor Herman Gottlieb, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Brambier, Mrs. Nat Lurie, Abe Edlin. The Dade County Bar Assn. paid tribute this week to Miami area. attorneys who died during the past year. Circuit Court Judge Ray H. \ Pearson waT the principal speaker.! Thoe honored were Abe Aronovitz. Walter H. Beckham, Ira E. Billmgham. Oscar S. Caplan. Donald E. CuMer, William G. Driesbach, Wallace B. Foard. Herbert L Gutterson. Grady C. Hams, Stuart C. Harvey. Jacob Kauffman. David A. Katz, John F. Lanigan. Samuel' J. McKim. Also. J. H. Mercer. Ken Mosier. Donald If. Nelson. Mark O'Quin. L. Raymond O'Steen, Ralph W. Prout. George J Ramsey. Ernest F Roberts. Abe Shugerman. H. H. Taylor. Ferret P. Tralles. Webster G. Wallace and Thurman A. Whiteside. Southwest Center In Groundbreaking Groundbreaking ceremony for the new Southwest Jc.ish Center religiius school at (M38 SW 8 st., was h< id last week. Chairman of the teiemony was Murray Sparaga, vice president of the Center, and Eugene Dondes. co-chairman. Dr. H. Frankiin Williams, vice president of the University of Miami, was guest speaker. Rabbi Morns Skop. of Temple Judea. offered the invocation. Cantor Herman Gottlieb, also of Temple Judea. presented a program of: liturgical numbers. Rabbi Maurice Klein, spiritual leader of the Center, addressed the gathering. Gold-colored shovels were used to unearth the site of construction for the new facilities, with Milton Feller, president of the congregation, offering an address of greeting. Children of the religious school, under the direction of George Bolner, rendered "What a Synagogue Means to Me."' Mrs. Howard Gurland, membership vice president of Sisterhood, and Phil Marks, president of the Men's Club, also offered greetings. Sam Brambier was honored with being chosen as the first to sink his shovel into t h e construction site. ISRAELI RELIGIOUS STORE 1357 Washington Ave. JE 1-7722 ALL HEBREW SUPPLIES FOR SYNAGOGUES & JEWISH HOMES We Carry Bar Mitzvah Records SAMET UNVEILING Tin dedication of a monument ;<> memory of the late ROSE SAMET for-nerly of f>6'> Coliitu Axe. Miami Beach will take place Sunday, June 25th, at 11:30 a.m. a: :' %  .: Jewish Section of Woodldum Purl; Cemetery with Rabbi Samuf! Mdthtei and Cantor Maurice Mamches of/icuxfing. Fr;c-.d>and relative arc asked to attend. REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miami's largest & Oldest Supplier for Synagogues, Hebrew & Sunday Schools. 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IPaqe 8-A Jmisti FhrkUati Friday, June 23, lggj ADL Leadership Seminar July 7-9 Third annual Florida State AntiDefamation League Leadership Training Conference will be held Friday through Sunday, July 7 to •i at the. Bnach Club hotel in Ft. Lauderdale. Mrs' Herman Korenvaes and Jerome Robinson. co-chairmen of the i Creator Miami AOL Council, announced that the sessions will be ted to leadership training lues to further the human lions programs of t h e ADL. 'Discussion groups, demonstrations ol ADL materials and film I irums part of the conference. A David Rayvis. ADL chairman Rabbi Abramowitz is Host Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spirit ual leader ol Temple Menorah, will be host on the "Still Small Voice" television program ,i b the Civ..;.;\i;.v Assn.. a; | ho program's regular tune Sunday, 10 a.m., jver WCKT ch. 7. Fecent graduation exercises were held for stury Issenberg, Marvin Stein, Rabbi Morris A Courshon Helps Chile Program A new U S. assist prog ^ for Chile is the re sull years oi work by Arthur !i i board chairman of Miami Be Federal S; vmgs and dents in the Elementary Hebrew department o: Temple Judea. Graduates conducted the £.:bbath evening service, with awards for outanding students presented by the Brotherhood of the Temple to Carole, dauahter of Mr. c id Mrs. A. David Goldberg, and Robert, son c. Mr. and Mrs. David ShuDow. Left to right ^ated) are Carol Levin, Mark Sussman, HenSkop, Arthur Berkowitz, Bruce Moskowitz, David Nevel, Judy Toback. Standing (left to right* are Cantor Herman K. Gottlieb. Howard Simon, Eric Balber, Steve Serkin, Carole Goldberg. Ted Silver, Robert Shubow, Keith Pinchot, Michael Rose, Benjamin Udoff, education director. -he Florida State Federation of Washington B'nai B'rith Lodges, said that the '"'•'" Assn. u >rkshop will b^ attended bj repre-j Cour hon ne i pe d develop Natives from B'nai BTith groups| { or clu!os neu savings ani Jewish Agency Budgets $39 Millicn Coirtinued from Page 1-A low the minimum needs submitted to the National Conference of the UJA last December," he stated. I "rising immigration statistics foreshadow an increased demand on basic services far beyound what board sine* the Agency's reorganization in April, 1W0. I r. L-ubin, w h o presented his summary report last fall after S #0 month stav in Israel, will conwas envisaged even a few months ralyses of specific areas of actii tound itself caught between deebnthroughout the year. Me will M"i income and rIsin S needs e tin ie to submit to the board his • v •1 leave for Israel to supervise the establishment of the Agency's Jerusalem office, and to gather ini : nation for a further study of budgetary requirements to be conrod at a meeting of the board e r'y in the fall. Dr. Lubin stressed that his recomn ndations for the allocations were' ed on the board's decision to I ki ep within the limits of estimated! s\cilable cash, but held that thesefunds were inadequate to meet; basic needs. He warned that, un-' 1<. additional funds, above the al-1 .located $39,000,000 were forthcom-j -: in the future, rising immigra: tigures might make it impossible for the Jewish Agency in Israel ti provide even the most elemen-j •• services for new arrivals. ago." He added that, if the Agency cases still in transition settlements, and arrangements for permanent care of thousands of social cases. Out of close to 1.000.000 Immigrants who arrived in Israel since May 15, 1948. 250.000 are still dependent on services financed through UJA funds. Stone said. [houl the -' Cm of the highlights of the conference will be a new film released by the Fund for the Republic, "The Freedom to Read," which discusses the need for academic freedom today. "In view of the recent attacks on public education and the formation oi vigilante censorship group-, this film wiH go far in making the public aware of the danger of censoring free thought and expression,; one of our most precious democra* tic heritages." said Rayvis. Consultants a: 'he workshop will be Nathan Perlmutter, director of the Florida ADL office, and \rthur gel, associate director. system, and conceived a pi of home mortgage pa which adjust to inflationary increas Chilean wages and the io.<: of living. A new Chilean Central Saving and Loan Bank, which will charter, regulate and support .1 nationwWe network of private savings iai loan associations, will be administered by a three-man board of directors. The three officials will journey to Miami Beach next month to spend several weeks at Wash! Federal, observing the operation ol a typical U.S. federal saving and loan association, under Coot shon's guidance. may be faced with a catastrophic situation." Stone added that ,at the time of the reorganization of the Agency, the board had resolved to adhere to two basic policies: to keep allocations within the limits of currently available funds, and to stabilixe and gradually reduce the Agency's debt. He pointed out that the recent $45,000,000 debt liquidation loan was designed to implement these policies by making possible the orderly liquidation of the Agency's indebtedness in the U.S. within an estimated 10-year period, and that the lineby-line review of budgetary needs on a yearly basis would assure the most effective use of available cash resources. 1 Jet to Europe or South America via Nassau! Lowest cost to London! Finest to Lima! ewey D. Stone, chairman of the "However," he added, "in the last ehcy's board, expressed deep analysis, it is not this board but I ( ; cern over the long-range effect' the American Jewish community. < totally inadequate allocations. He said that, "while other sources such.] as the philanthropic campi igtts outside the U.S.. and alloca1 from German reparation funds, may bridge part of the gap ween our allocations and the r k bottom needs of immigration ; : rehabilitation programs in Isiv !. we are creating a financial \ uum which will haunt us in the r .nths to come." expressing itself with greater generosity which alone can assure the full implementation of these policies, without resulting injustices to Israel's newcomers." In addition to financing initial absorption services for immigrant in 1961-62, the Agency must also provide funds for present programs being provided to earlier Immigrants, he s=aid. Most pressing ^figj among these programs is the conMr. Stone urged American Jewsolidation of hundreds of new im1 •,) redouble its efforts on behalf migrant villages with a population << the United Jewish Appeal, so of some 130.000 persons, which will that "our share in this great hurequire additional funds estimated 1 nitarian program will more than ; a? around $200,000,000 to bo invested adequately reflect the full sense within the next few years, ci responsibility and the economic Other present programs include j. ources of t h e world's largest maintenance and training of some Jewish community." "While our 12.000 immigrant youngsters, the re< 1 ii allocations have fallen far be-' settlement of some 40.000 hard-core N.Y. Times Man Cited by UAHC By Special Report NEW YORK—New York Times r< porter Irving Spiegel was honor* d June 13 by the Union of American Hebrew Congregations "for distinguished reporting of Jewish news" during the past 15 years at ; -pecial luncheon at the UAHC Kouse of Living Judaism here. The luncheon marked the first time that the 88-year-old central Bj iiagogue body of Reform Judaism VAVEUNG! Call % GUS 7 SHAW \HAW IMVH SERVICE Inc -. I l/il. M M....... I'h M 4 JtO had chosen a member of the profession of journalism for a special citation. The UAHC represents 630 Reform temples in the Western hemisphere with a membership of more than 1.000,000 persons. Lay and rabbinic leaders gathered for the occasion heard UAHC president. Rabbi Maurice N Eisendrath, praise Spiegel "for his dedicated and devoted service to Judaism "and the American Jewish community." Rabbi Eisendrath praised Spiegel for his "conscientious, probing and impartial approach to the manyfacets of news of Jewish life in a city where more than two and a half million Jews support hundreds of organizations and associations representing every shade of Jewish thought and practice." 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 wayis superb. British Cabin Service.Just what you expect-and deserve-whenever you travel. British Cabin Service is called, rightly, the best in the world all over the world. For information on the high style flights to Europe or South America, call your Travel Agent, or BOAC. Fly now, pay later, if you wish. ALL OVER THE WORLD MM TAKES GOOD CARE OF YOU BRITISH OVERSEAS AIRWAYS CORPORATION Columbus Hotel, 312 N.E. First St.. Miami • FR 1-8693 General Agent in Florida-BUMA Daily BOAC flights this summer also from Washington, D. 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jjjywM n j the by ISABEL GROVE Dr Alexander Libow, governor of Florida American l st Physicians, is attending that grou] s conventu i this wei immodore hotel in New Yi rk, .; .-. il] r mi ii the/ Medical Assn. conclave whicn follows Meanwhile, wife riel will busy sew n tapes, but a Mark, 9 bis M end year i i mp 1'ir.t wood, shi and enjoy the luncheons, fashion and !'..<.. >vay •. i physicians wives to distract them while Iheir hus ... Is deal ..cightier problems Others 0:1 the way to the Big City—the Jonas Brotmans and son .. who iett Tuesday They would have liked to fly, bin the :, jets plane sick, so tiny settled for a bedroom on the train :i and Jonas looking forward to her niece's wedding, as well as e party on theUnited States for friends leaving for Eu. Steve anxiou* to water ski Irom h;> friend's new -peri! Shopping and snow • will take up the h. lance 1 1 the tune ;.round a month nother "togetherness" vacation planned by the five S; piers, : .. Dad 1, Helen (Mother Fenny 1:!. Harvej 10. and .loan 8 re driving to Washington, D C.. to visit with Helen's mother and ther who will jin them from California Alter viewing the • : cal spots of our national capital, they will continue on to :.c i. ..;. tor a ehancc to compare those beach* itels with ATI Last 'tip will be Gotham Town and thi mi ny attrac• offered to visitors there, an I .. lei sure Ij drive home in July. • ted to serve as chairman ol the Southern area ...'. ision of Maccabiah games in Israel to be held late this summer is Otto He haalready asked Seymour Rubin, Hays.'.ore Country mpion, and Dr. Julian Hiekles. champion at Bayshore Coun[ lab. to participate, as well as Julie Cohen, basketball player al University of Miami and one of the top players in the country. Teddy Friedman, who was on the winning U.S. swimming team at iympics in Rome last summer There are many more berths • filled, and Otto flew to New York last week to meet Max J. (i;, general chairman of the games, to complete plans for asng a team of the best Jew Ish athlete.in the country Lovely 1 Harriet, and her mother. Gertrude Fink, flew north with Otto They plan to spend their time in New Jersey, visiting with family fci .; month while he goes on to the U.S. Open Championship matches I mir.gham. Mich. Harriet is looking forward to attemiing a major meeting of the Zicgfeld Club in Manhattan latter in the month. %  • Bridal dinner which followed the wedding rehearsal of the formei 4riyne Kaplan and Malcolm Fromberg at the home ol Dr. and Mrs Sherman Kaplan the night before their June 11 wedding at the Eden Roc hotel was a gay and joyous occasion Hostesses were the brides aunts Mary Rose (Dr. Sherman) Kaplan. Pauline (Mrs. Nat) Sater. and Marcel (Mrs. Donald) Kaplan Table centerpiece made up of pink and while wedding bells topped with Ii ve birds and pink hearts. The bride herself, radiant ir a scarlet Italian silk two piece frock The bridal party, immediate family, including the grooms parents, the Bernard Frombcrgs, from Chicago, and Arlyne's mother and dad, Ralph and Gladys Kaplan, added up lc a tidy 55 Beaming at them all was Mrs. Anne Kaplan, called "Ma Dear" by everyone, grandmother who was 75 short while With the rugs rolled back and the music of an accordionist. l< dancing went on into the wee small hours of the wedding day. %  %  *•• The bethrolhal of their daughter, Patricia Jay. to Joseph Block celebrated by Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jay with a cocktail party in then hi me last Sunday Rae (Mrs. Jay), a past president of the Deeds Club, is co-chairman with Mrs. Jules Pascal of their Masquerade l IO be given in October at the Deauville hotel Another bride-to-be who was honored. Tuesday, is Miss Henrietta 1 dman for whom a bridal shower brunch was given al the Algiers hotel bv Miss Gail Goodman and Mrs. Leonard Grand Henrietta and Herbert Katz are planning an August wedding The June 25 wedding of Harold Bass is taking his uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Schatzman. to Chicago. •* %  Alter a 30 vear absence from the Miami scene. Morton Grossir.ai of Long Island, who had a business here in those long ago days. couldn't find a single familiar landmark in ten days of driving around He's house guest of son and daughter-in-law. Edmund nr.d Cecille, who settled here last year Ed is merchandise cottar of Burdine's new Dadeland store Ceil teaches Engltsn rth Miami Beach High • ,, „.. Mrs. Hose Cahn jetting to the west coast to Visit three brothers a i -tir and numerous nieces and nephews Mgures it win lane < at least three months to catch up on all the happenings ol the 1 .• years since her last visit Leaves behind, temooranlv da tab llian Mrs. Irving) Blasberg, grandchildren Lame and Ailene Bli sberg, and two great grandsons. •* •* %  Back in her Coral Gables home is Mrs.Ethel Gerson.who ailed the graduation of her son. Gordon, from hmorv In ersitj .1 of medicine Joining her lor the momentous occasion was hei brother, Abe Schonfeld, ol Miami Beach, and her slstei ana 1 rin-law, Mr. and Mrs M (Jane 1 Kanter, of Passaic. N.J. ... 1 n ip celebrated with a family dinner and reception, andI then SISI" Jane returned with Ethel to enjoy a week Oi our (* A sunshim ,, Another who has jUSl received a new medical degree aJUM pi Haber His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Saul Hajenmartad the < casion with a cocktail part) last Sunday in their home at .J-7 ;; l V^th 1 grad? gr-!dua,i;.n was celebrated by Sandra Freefield Sunday. Junl 11. a. the home ol her parents. Mr and Mrs Chares '-..Held. 1911 Coral Gables ~ food at King" Art burs Court recently were Ihe "v Erabecs-he's vice pres.denl of MusicCorp. of A"*"" Ihe John Monahans John is Sam friedlandIs W%£iZ* rnai ager at the Diplomat and also heads Piemiei Hotel ni P tatives of New York and Miami. • Following hi -h Congregate on a brief vacation before 0(/ oman s W/orfJ jTewish Floridian 1 ami. Florida, Fiiday, June 23, 1961 Section B Four senior citizen clubs were chartered by the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center at the second annual Senior Citizen conference. With a combined membership of some 350 men and women over 55 years of age, the four club presidents received their charters from center executive director Eiraim F. Gcle. Left to right are Hyman Kam. president, Miami Beach. Golden Age Club; Harry Levin, president. Beach Branch, Golden Age Club; Gale; Mrs. Gertrude Kapralick, president. Southwest Senior Citizen Club; and Mrs. Sarah Madison, president, North County Senior Citizen Club. Pioneer Women Cite 'Mother of Year;' Recipient Gave Two Sons to Israel War By Special Report The 1961 •Israel Mother oi the Year" citation has been awarded to Rivka Guber. an Israeli mother whose two sons were killed in the young nation's War oi Liberation and a pioneer in immigrant villages throughout the country, Mrs. Sidney Leff. national president of Pioneer Women, announced. The presentation was made to Mrs Guber by Rahel Yanait BenZvi. Israel's First Lady, at a special ceremony in Jerusalem attended by representatives of all women's organizations. It was made in the name of the American Mothers Committee, the group responsible lor selecting America's Mother of the Viar Mrs Guber, an educator, writer and member of M.etzet Hapoalot. sister organization of Pioneer Women, was applauded 'for her life of Flamingo Chapter Garners Citations Flamingo chapter of B'nal B'rith Women was awarded a "Silver da!" trophy at the recent Districl 5 convention of Bnai B nth at th Americana hotel. The trophy honored Uie chapter for the •best original script." Flamingo also received iwo certificates, one for ten percent oversubscription to the district, and the other lor its international Brotherhood Folks Festival held at Hialean Municipal Auditorium last Mr S David Sherper, past president of the chapter and Miami Women's Council, was elected districl officer of Bnai B'r.lh Women. For naming the theme of the contention, "New Goals New Honzon." she received a $2a l 1V ings Bond. Rubins Receive Kf ar Silver Award The lirst annual Kfar Silver award WHS presented to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond (Hannah 1 Rubin on their 52nd wedding anniversary al a dinner in their honor Inaugurating the Mortimer May Dormitory at the Kfar Silver Agricultural Training School in Israel. Sharing their honors with them wire their two sons. Seymour and Irwin, and their wives; Mrs. Rubin's sister. Mrs. Helen Boriskm; Mr. Rubin's sister, Mrs. Anne Mclnick; and Edna and Jimmie Chapman, great-niece and nephew. The Rubins came here from New York 30 years ago. Mr Rubin is participating founder of Miami Beach Zionist District. Hibrew Academy, and Temples Beth Sholom and Emanu-El. MRS. MKA GUBER devotion and self-sacrifice" by BeI,;i Idelson, deputy speaker oi the Knesset and general secretary of Moetzel Hapoalot. Mrs. Guber was characterized by Mrs, Bcn-Zvi, who is also a founder of Pioneer Women, as "a great example of the mother who fulfills the pioneering tasks •>! OUT days." Since losing their two sons in Israel's War oi Independence, Mrs. Guber and her husband. Mordecai, have dedicated themselves to the integration of new immigrants. Although Ihey were then in their fifties, they responded to Premier Bon-Guiion's call to the young people .>( the cooperative settlements [0 go and live among the newcomers. They donated their valuable holdings m Kfar Warburg to the State and went to Nehora. one of eight immigrant villages in the Lachish region. At present. Mrs. Guber is the principal of Nehora. and her husband is head of the Regional Council. Their daughter, a musician, resides in Yotvata. Mrs. Grossman Flying to Paris Mrs. Ethel Grossman will fly by Air France jet Irom New York 10 Pans on June 30. then on to Rome and later to Israel, where she has beer, invited to share her expertt nces as supervisor of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center early childhood development program and president of the South Florida Assn. on Children Undei Six, with outstanding child care I grams in several of the collective settlements in Israel Aftci traveling through England and Scotland, Mrs. Grossman will return on the SS United States in August. Pioneer Women Schedule Cruise Kim anu .iio*-. W8 ^ignation aHpin-ua, leader J Hade H^t, ation, Rabbi Max Zuck.r ''"'.' ^ as spiritual .lion before he assumes Ms new out,. >F Pioneer Women. Golda Meir Club 0 f Miami, is sponsoring a eru.se ay 0 n the Yacht seven seas leavim Pier 8, City Yacht Basin al p.m. Entertainment and refreshments will be furnished. Mrs Pearl Krieger is chairman Ol the even), and proceeds will be allocated to Golda Meir's Child Res cue uota: Mrs Abraham S< is chairman. rVrs. Rosen Will Head Project Advisory council I>I Ihe Hebrew Academj Women mel at the home ol Rabbi and M-s Alexander S. Gross in plan a campaign lor thi sale Ol bricks' for the cons: iiic lion of Ihe Id; A ppei Auditorium. The $50,000 pro-1 ject is a memorial lo the late' Mm. Ida Appe a past president' of the Hebrew Academy Women. A certificate will be awarded to every brick purchaser. To launch the drive. Mrs. Joseph Shapiro. president of the organization, appointed Mrs, Leonard Rosen as chairman oi the project. Serving with Mrs. Rosen will be Mesdames Charles Bogin. Jack 0 shell Dearr. Irving %  :. Josadei of Temple Adath Yeshurun.



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iday. Jure 23. 196) -JenJstfhrtfter lond Director Views Good-Will Tour Page 7-A By Cff. AARON KAHAN In ancient Israel there was a i si >m known as the "Oleh •get" The O'eh R?t>l were pilgrims team tar-off places who cj.ne to Jerusalem for the festival, and Ui doing SJ became symbols of good-wlu for their cities irigin. the places they visited, ind the people with whom they ixchangei greetings on their way lo the "city of peace." On No\. 19. Miami will initiate llhe first Oleh Regei la history — reverse. It will be a bit of Israel CO • ing to Miami in the form <>i the Zim flagsh'.p, the SS j isalen to commence a goodjourney under the dual banners of the United 5 a'.es and Israel. Tb voyage will be known ii the "Pan American Friends of Israel G will Ti:r," marking ihe happy coincidence >f the Delegation oJ Israel's Bir Mitzvah md Pai American year, both cf hich arc oeing observed in 1961. file Israel Bond Organization, vtuch through its far-flung activhat fashioned a common )nd arcoag friends of Israel tnroughoi'. the world, has been Chosen as the medium for this historic gesture. The dramatic appearance of fche SS Jerusalem in Miami, the luspiciou? reception, and the gjh bor \oyage will all symbolically reflect tne theme of the nane a r :'. the note which will e struck as Israel's flagship. ith ;(ix; v.;.mians aboard, moves tram po.M to port bringing mesH-.oi Kid-will t) a:;d from places the; visit, and exchanging j tingi %  ith ;• a pl J ::i these r in...th whom we share a Common friendship for Israel. The SS Jerusalem will dock in b .' ior Sunday morning. iov. 1<. :l be met by a flotilla rtlcoming her on her busier, vcyage to this port. In lie forefront will be Carl Weinkle. |ruise e< r rnodore, and with him be mtmrers of the honorary tr-u. wh< will also serve as the reception committee in the varib-i." porti cf call. The captain of SS Jf.isalem will "lear greets from the people of Israel to <;o\ernor of Florida, and Mher distinguished dignitaries i ho will be on hand to return the tings. In the afternoon, there be ; general reception so that tin ,-rael Bond holders of flie comm.-nity. whose purchases 1:1 helped make possible 1srael's shipping industry, and in •roadei s-ense Israel's Bar Mitz|vah. may have the occasion to ce it the fruits of their lalb >:At fiv< o'clock. Mie 300 Millmians v. -<, will comprise the can >egment of the goodGoing to Washington? • < cea fr eel ibritiea and ul v. Mrlof thnation's capital Mcca for sped il Sheraton >rts,t : gourmet dining, spall %  i ..in-, ah "ii"tfI i, '1 V Iree, I a under 14 '' n sai .i room with adull, Ami 11 • Sheraton confirms both room 8 r^leroom rates: $14.00, 115.00, $16.00, $19.00. f>n % % % % %  ma i 4 seconds we I TRON, Shvoton i eke, nil PlJ-M 1-0961. SHERATOH-CARLT0H HOTEL WASHINGTON, D C. Off. AARON KAHAN Greater Mumi U'tll be trie site I .'( the launching >f j CdT.bbeir. crutse Hov. 1 s> on the SS Jertr • j'.enx under the dusp-cts of Uri the area. will tour, will board the ship and go to their staterooms to r^aiy themselves fcr the festivities of the evening. The evening festival will be in the nature of the formal Captain's Dinner, where the Israel Bar Mitzvah Trustees. Builders. Guardians and Span sors will be guests of honor The first port of call will be Port-au-Prince. Haiti — a colorful island, part French, part Voodoo, and a giant market place for primitive arts and crafes. Dr. Francois Duvalier. President of the Republic, will exchange greetings with the group at a dinner of State at which occasion a cross-section of the people of the island will join in the Oleh Regel spirit. Curacao, the oldest Jewish community in the Western Hemisphere, will be next on the itinerary. Curacao, a free port, is the Hong Kong of the Caribbean, j but is equally famous for its Jewish community, which has existed in an unbroken chain for centuries. They will welcome the group in the traditional soirit of their mother country. Holland, one of the closest allies ot the reborn Israel. McGahey Addresses Youth Ben McGahey w a s to discuss •Metro Government in Dade County" before the Young Adult Friends i of Israel on Thursday evening a: ; Surfside Town Hall. The group will i also hold a chuck wagon buffet TX ; Sunday evening at Pine Rtdge Ranch. 9440 SW 117 ave NEW YORK CITY for important business and leisurely pleasure TIMES SQUARE for Vound-the-d ~< nt and city-wide c mvenience HOTEL WOODSTOCK Albert Fernadez. Gen-rsl Vgr. (Q% [Op-] -'" : '' ? & • ••• ce Cocktail Lounge & Rwtatunt 129 WEST 43 ST. for full color brcchure ,in fl l..: $*•* •"•"•'•• %  $n$U JUDSON 2-5000 < or immediate confirmation Utoc\ rese-Mion Venezuela is the closest neighbor to Curacao, and Caracas, the capital, is 25 miles away from the port city of La Guaria. where the SS Jerusalem will doclTon Friday. Nov. 24. Venezuela is today a free country with one of the most significant Jewish communities in South America. Representatives of the community and the country as a whole will be on hand to add another link to the chain of good-w.ll which is being forged through this Pan American-Israel Tour. Around the northern cape of South America lies the jeweled relic of pirate days. Cartagena, Colombia. Cartagena is cherish) for the beauty of its setting, ar.d its Castillian streets and fortified walls which time has left untouched. Its city hail was once the Inquisition chamber, but today is a symbol of freedom for Colombia and those who live within its borders. Following the Colombia visit, the SS Jerusalem will drop anchor in Colon in the Canal Zone of Panama. Panama is a delightful tourist area, a world crossroads and the scene of a Jewish community founded by earlySpanish settlers. Panama has been a friend of Israel since its inception, and the visit cf the SS Jerusalem will be the occasion when these sentiments are given diplomatic, as well as personal expression. The high point of the tour will be the two days in Mexico, from Friday morning. Dec 1. when the ship docks in the historic port city of Vera Cruz, to early Sunday morning when the group is flown back from Mexico City where they will have spent their time seeing the colorful capital, being received by the heads of State, and feted at the famous Sports Club, one of the most elaborate private clubs in the world which serves as the cell-lb ter of Jewish life in Mexico City j{ The social event at the Sports % Club will coincide with the first night cf Chanuka, thereby ereIt ating the occasion for a joyous % expression of the traditional valJ ues of the Jewish people and their renaissance in the emergence of the modern State of Israel. The chances are that the Pan American Friends of Israel Goodwill Tour will be the forerunner for many cruises of Zim luxury served as a human link between liners out of Miami, starting with Israel, the United States and the 1962 Those participating in the Latin American countries, and initial cruise will have the satisdone so in a gracious, joyous, faction ot knowing that they havepersonal way. 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Pcge 4-B +JmtS* flrricftor) local Students Attend Camp T .t •. Block, a strident at MiHuh School, will rls Stal at Tallahassee h 3o. She mdcr the auspio V:.i %  ... n Auxii Unit 85. c -sponsor! %  • • : SM ings a 16. is th< < Mrs. Irving Block. 1046 i Shen • i n the 1 : %  live in Service Club. N i ; president of l %  i • : %  i] ell as • Legi • \ \.'...%  si j Man ... Haas 16 daughter ( : r and Mrs Haas Alan Levan. 1160 \"E 170 St., No. Miami Beach, attended Boys Stat ii ':. ... hassee this week. -' is a -Mdent at North Miami }hj.h where he was a winner ol Oratorical Contest. He was at Boys ; tat< under the auspices of the J. Prank Cavanaugh Post 67 of the An erican Legion and co-sponsored by the North Shore Kiwanis Club .•p^.rt of its Youth Building Progiam. Al.-i Of! to Br>>> State in Tallahasstt this week was James Aaron HilLHT. Son ol Mr Mrs H. Lee Hau>•': 5 8 si Miami Btach. James -. Dsored bj Chase Federal Sai gs ] • 16-year-old student :s plan %  ceo me a lawyer I. president ol the Student Council i • >ear and active in the Junior Exchange Service Club and other n. Miami Beach Senioi High School. Friday, June 23, \%\ Southeast ZOA Maps Conference Arawak, Jamaica, W.I., enjoying the calypso folk singers and some cooi refreshments in the Jippi Jappa lounge of the Arawak hotel here are Mr. and Mrs. Richard Goldberg righl 910 West ave„ and Mr. and Mrs. Alan J. Cohen (left', 7946 East dr. The two couples are spendinq a week's honeymoon at the fcmed resort on Jamaica's scenic mid-north shore. Goldberg and the former Miss Susann Stone were married May 27 at the Scxony hotel. He is associated with Hirsch and Company, a Miami stock brokerage firm. Mr. and Mrs. Cohen, s'he is the former Miss Dorothy Don, were married May 27 ct the Deauviile hotel. Ke is with Miami Beach Associated Hoieis. : BIRTHDAZE : Third child. Terry Sue. born to Mr. and Mrs. Murray Hersh. of 127d NW 179 St.. June 15. at Jackson Memor:al Hospital Mother IS the former Mtrle Cowai .r>. Her parents, the Irv.:.. Cowans, arrived here the day after the baby did Dad is the : Mr and Mrs. Henrj Molly* Hersh. who are baty sitting with Rochelle Lee. 3 ; :. and Marc Allen. 2. until new sister is big enough to come home to thei Mrs, Anne Pad;,-.'.r i I 2270 SW 23 ter.. a grandmother for the second time. June 7. \ ,a son and daughter-in-law. Philip and Thclma Padawer of Chicago Eager Micha. not expected until July. telegraphed word of her imminent arrival as mother was on her way to take an exam for her MA Micha joins brother And Twelve windov.-s, which will represent the festive occasions ol the J ish cciendcr year, have been endowed by 13 families c: Terr.pie Nei Tcrr.ic. The windows which are be. rr-.ed by Vcr. Atten. local stained glass end plastic crtist, •. .. complement the stained gless windows ct Ner Tcmid already desirr.ee and dedicated by him. Standing ileft to %  ronl row are Clare Gicssmcn. Millie Keats. Hcry S:.-.ce:.e: M. Dcvic Bwitt. Beck row are Sam Baker. William Ktz\< cr.d Abraham Trosky. Not shown are Herman Applebaum Kercert Milier, Gene Schwcrz, Joseph G. Goodman, Frank Goldman, Henrietta Fine cr.d Theodore Phillips. Specia] dedicatory services will take place in the fall. ASK FOR BAKERY PRODUCTS rVF YOUR FAVORITE FOOD MARKET RYE BREAD PUMPERNICKEL *, CHALAH ROLLS BAGELS division cf NEW YORK BAKERIES, !NC. ^,. sJE 17117 ^ S>" The 24th annual conference of the Southeast region of the Zionist Organization of America will take place July 2 to 4 in Henderscnville. N C according to an announcement I j Michad Adilman, Savannah, C.a pr< sidejj. p. legates from the 42 districts in th< six soul states area will meet a; i -><• Lake Inn fi I combined thre < -• minar and .., Thej will also have the opi rtunity ol >eeinc the new Zionist 1 :> ,,: at Hen lers ll in ..i • The conference will start with an educational seminar Sunday morning, July 1, to be continued on Monday morning, dealing with the three topics stressed at the World Zionist Congress this year: "Immigration to Israel," "Education," "Investments and Tourism in Israel." There will also be a session on the current political situation in the Middle East, according to Harry Jaffe. Birmingham, Ala., program chairman. On Sunday evening, the conference will be the guests of tin Southern Zionist Youth Commission at Camp Judaea, followed by a cocktail party and dance at Osceola Lake Inn. Installation of new officers will be held Monday night at a conference banquet at the Inn. with a special program of Israeli singing and dancinc. and an "rchestra included in the evening entertainment Tuesday will h di •, the business of the region and addresses by several ri"'..l Zionist and community leaders A special trai spon ,,,."" mittee will brinj :ro:r, the airport to thi Rudnick and Hern are fn charge of i-i si Greater Miami R< be made at tl m's ZOA Miami B Florida Students In Maccabiah United States Mac< Sames Committee of the I S for Sport> in Israel is irrer.tly planning itparticipation ii the international games Aug -1 5. Participating from I•'. • ,. will be the following students Barbara Chesneau, M I'llversity of Pennsylvania, swimnv Julius Cohen. Coral Gables, Cn> \ ersity of Miami, baski I Robert Friedman. No Miami Beach. University of Miami swimming. Richard Giller. Mian. lifting. Jack A. Press. Miami. University ol Miami, track and field H Richard Bidden. 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Page 10-B *Je*isMh>ridlian Friday. June 23. As a gift to subscribers, The Jewish Floridian will present free for the asking e corsage to eactunother of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah. Requests should be addressed to "Corsage for You,'' P.O. Box 2973, Miami 1, Fla., one month in advance. Include the name of the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and piace of the ceremony, home address and telephone number. The corsage will be forwarded to you courtesy of blackstone Flower Shops in time for the occasion. Michael Rose Warren Samel Ivan Eorofc Joel Chernenko Peter Shtrircii Peter Sberman Temple Emar.u-El will be the site of the Bar Mitzvah of I son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjam:: Sherman, en Saiur.iay morning, June 24, with Dr. Irving Lehman officiating. Peter is an eighth grade student at Ida If. Fisher Junior High and attends the Temple's religious school. He recently received an award in social studies, and is also a piano student. A reception in his honor will be held Saturday evening in Sirkin Hall. • Joel CS*r.-.enko Bar Mitzvah ol Joel son of Mrs. | Ann Chernenko. 2425 SW 27 avc.. and grandson of Mrs. Bessie Chernenko, was to be celebrated Thursday, June 22. at Israelite Center. Ufa Rabbi .Morton Malavsky officiating. Joel is a seventh grade student at Shenandoah Junior High and the Center's religious school. A breakfast was to be served in the social hall following the ceremony. Warren Same* Dr. Irving Lehrmai will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah oi Warren, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Samet. during Saturday mcrr.ir.g services. Miami Lad Wins rlaymotes Slate Dance Top School Honors A Miami C< uple's 12-year-old EDWIN son was the t. p student in his seventh tirade class at Shenandoah Junior High School. He is Edui" and Mrs. Harok Pont, son of Mr A. Pont, of 2101 SW 4 ave.. who was on the Honor Roll e v e r y month of the Beir i ster. in addition. Edv..n won a school |< iter for exci Ilei (c in studies, a certificate for excellence in ci izenship, and an award for proficiency in violin. At Beth David Congregation, v here he attends religious school. i win also came away with top honors, receiving a certificate tor Hence in Hebrew studies. He ha* been an A student there for stven years, where he also won an award for seven years of perfect attendance. In addition to achieving all these honors. Edwin is a talented singer. and has appeared at several local functions. His mi ther is the former Helen Zalkin. of Charleston. S.C. The Ponts also have a daughter, Lyn. I lay mate, social club for young adults between 21 and 39. will hold a dance at the Monte Carlo hotel on Sunday evening. A weekend for two at the Monte Carlo will be the [ prize of the evening. In charge of information are Stanley Bloom and Al Gadol. Hollywood Bowling League Parents Bowling League held a dinner party in the Deauville hotel on Saturday. Harry Levitt, 2728 Plunkett St.. Hollywood, was in charge of the event. Bondholders To Get Interest First annual meeting of bondholders of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital will be held at the Dupont Plaza hotel on Wednesday. 8 p.m.. "announced Stanley C. Myers, chair%  man of the board ol directors at Cedars. A progress repert will be made to the more than 1.200 bondholders. who will be informed of construction progress, as well as accomplishments of the hospital develop, ment fund. Interest checks on the bonds will be distributed at the meeting. Myers said that many bondholders have already instructed the campaign office to apply their interest payments as additional contributions to the development fund. Cedars Hospital is expected to open in the late fall with 282 beds and 30 bassinets. Bondholders have helped finance over $750,000 j of the $4,500,000 construction cost. The Women's Auxiliary of the hospital, headed by Mrs. H. B. : Leschel. vice president, will serve i refreshments at the meeting. June 24. at Temple Emanu-El. Warren is an eighth grade student at Nautilus Junior High and attends the Temple's religious school. He is a member of the Miami Beach Little League. A reception in his honor will be held in Sirkin Hall Saturday evening. • Barry Allen Saturday morning services. June : 24, at Beth David will include the Bar Mitzvah of Barry, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Allen. 1825 SW 21 ave.. with Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro officiating. Barry is a seventh grade student at Shenandoah Junior High, and attends Beth David's religious school. Robert Wagner Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs Abraham Wagner. 3100 SW 26 st., will be Bar Mitzvah during services at the Israelite Center on Saturday morning, June 24. with Rabbi Morton Malavsky officiating. The Bar Mitzvah is a student at Shenandoah Junior High and the Center's religious school. Following the ceremony, a Kiddush will be held in his honor in the social hall. • • • Steven Berlin Temple Zion will be the site of the Bar Mitzvah of Steven Daniel. son of Mr. and Mr*. Sol Berlin, on Saturday morning. June 24. Steven is an eighth grade Student at West Miami Junior High, where he is treasurer of the Stu-| dent Council. He has attended the Temple's Hebrew school for ten years, and will continue his studies in the confirmation class. Kiddush will be tendered in his honor by his parents. • • Edward Kravitx Saturday afternoon services. June 24. at Israelite Center will include the Bar Mitzvah of Edward, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Kravit? 3221 SW 21 St., with Rabbi Morton Malavsky officiating. Edward is a student of the Center's religious school. • Michael Rose Rabbi Morris Skop will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Rose. and grandson of Mrs. Oscar Ger rig, during Saturday morning services, June 24. at Temple Judea An honor student at Ponce de Leon Junior High. Michael plays flute in the school's concert band. He is a patrol leader in Troop 64 of the Boy Scouts of America, with ; the rank of Star Scout, serves as a den chief with Pack 81 of the Cub Scouts Michael is a graduate of the Temple's Hebrew school and is in eiphth grade of Sum where he is a first ii< the safety patrol. His parents will hosl -h^ dush in his honor follow ceremony. • Lewis Shermar Lewis Miles, son of Mi an Seymour Sherman, will \,. Mitzvah during Saturdaj services, June 24. al Congr Yehudah Moshe. with K don Steinmetz official The Bar Mitzvah atti land Junior High and at the Temple's rcli. An Oneg Shabbat or I ning and a Kiddush urday morning services v given in his honor, as reception buffet in (hi a home in Sky Lake on S. ning. &f • Ivan Borak Bar Mit'.vah of Ivai • • Ol Mr. and Mrs S. \ will be observed durii mcrning services. Jun< 24 ereth Israel Congref Nathan Zwitman will Kan is a seventh \ at Horace Mann Jims %  Kiddush in his bom services. Fred Astaire and Lilli Palmer (right) are the parents of Debbie Reynolds, bride of Tab Hunter in the romantic comedy, "The Pleasure of His Company," opening Wednesday at the Carib, Miami, Miracle and 163rd Street Theatres. Jason Berkman Appointed Florida Gov. Farris Bryant has named Jason Berkman as Justice of the Peace of the Fifth District. Berkman succeeds Malvin Englander, who recently resigned, following his election as vice mayor and councilman in Miami Beach Fiorato, Dancers At 'Pops' Again University of Miami Summer Symphony "Pop" concert on Sunday evening marks the return engagement of New York City Ballet Company conductor Hugo Fiorato and the dancers. Patricia Wilde and Jacques D'Amboise. The ballet program at the airconditioned Miami Beach Auditorium will feature Miss Wilde and D'Amboise in three pas de deux— Delibes' "Sylvia." Massenet's Meditation, from "Thais." and selections from Glazounov's "Pas de Dix." Fiorato and the Summer Symphony will present Borodin's PoJovetzian Dances from "Prince Igor," and Johann Strauss' "Emperor Waltz." Fiorato, a former student of UM Symphony Orchestra founder and conductor Arnold Volpe, has also programmed Volpe's Quartet in G major (third movement) for String Orchestra, in commemoration of the late conductor's 92nd birthday anniversary, July 9. Fiorato, considered one of the gifted young American conductors on the concert stage today, has appeared with the National Symphony in Washington and many leading orchestras around the world Miss Wilde and D'Amboise are celebrating their tenth year with the New York City Ballet Cum pany. Miss Wilde has toured with • the ballet ensemble through Europe, the Far East. Australia and ,the Philippines. D'Amboise has appeared in motion pictures, on Broadway, and television, and has | been a principal dancer with the .Metropolitan and San Francisco Opera Companies. Seven Arts Festival Resumes The White Mountains resort. Lake Tarleton Club, owned bj Walter and Al Jacobs, of Miami Beach, is again featuring the Festival of the Seven Arts. The Festival is a series of for: urns, seminars, lectures, dance and j musical recitals, and presentation :of plays. Starring are such diverse personalities as professors ; frem nearby Dartmouth College, internationally • famous authors. | newspaper, radio and television men. opera singers, ballet dancers and folk singers. Walter and Al Jacobs conceived the idea of the Festival ol the Sev' en Arts about ten years ago. and it is now recognized as one of the outstanding features of the popular summer resort in Pike. N H Dividend to be Paid Frederick J. Teschke. president of the Bank of Dade County, announced at a recent meeting of the board of directors that a quarterlycash di\idend of $.15 per share will be paid on June 30. 1961. to all stockholders as of record June 23. FIDELITY CAPITAL FUNI ProspectusBooklet? 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%  MULSH Friday. June 23. 1861 Jewish School Registration Soared Again This Year Registration at Jewish schools in • ;.:ni for the year 1960-61 son rod pin. Statistics compiled by the cau of Jewish Education show ,increase of 1.149 students over school year 1959-60. While this :. was below the 1.462 figure of -: year. Still this yearstatistics v, that almost 10.000 individual ish children are attending the >chool. Hebrew afternoon and i ,...y-a week departments of 37'Jewish schools of Greater < mi and Hollywood. The total registration in the ( atek* Miami Jewish schools now ostl equals the Jewish school population of such municipalities %  (ieveland. Ohio and Baltimore. The increase also shows the i-iiect of growing housing devclopii •. nt in North Beach and South The trend toward more inten%  .ive Jewish education continues with, a total of 5,242 students in -* afternoon Hebrew and mornirvg pre-school departments, comre red to 4,333 in 1959-60, a gain of 909 students. The one-day-a-iu -departments gained only '.*0 students this year. The health*t! trend of greater registration H gir|s in the intensive Hebrew reoartments continues with an ircreas* of 344 girls. This trend i* underlined by the decrease of n girl* in the one-day-a-week ctpartments. An interesting development is the registration of 914 pupils in the. %  Ij nursery and kindergarten de: -: merits. There are now 18 such departments in Jewish scchools. I • i preschool program is gaining greater recognition with the licensi'. of preschool teachers under a II Code of Practice, initiated by thi Bureau of Jewish Education. i nty preschool teacher licenncs were issued this year to qualii teachers at the annual meeti I the Bureau The lack of a recent Jewish pop1 otion study in Greater Miami makes it impossible now to tabu. Cdurately how many Jewish : t n between the ages of 4 and it currently live in the Greater Mi-rea." according to Bureau of 1 "The past figures of the 1 au, which are subject K> many 1 .tions. show a tentative total -.it 13.000. Hence, this year. 77 percent of our Jewish child lation may be registered in ewish schools. This figure is bove the national average of percent for children registered •vlewM ihrk/tan Pcge 11-A RELIGIOUS SCHOOL iJ? lff*2 HEBREW SCHOOL Adath Ychumn ** ""* T*' **" Wrt '%  Beth David Congregation 23 29 ** 23 Beth El Congregation ?3 At 297 185 4*2 Beth Emeth Congregation 17 ?4 ., ?J S3 Beth Israel Congregation ^ %  & "5 9 • Beth Jacob Congregation 22 12 34 Beth Kodesh n 4 81 Beth Torah Congregation 43 5^ CR oil ,5 „15 Congregation Yehuda Mosh< 45 S 2? 2 JS £ 382 Coral Way Jewish Center J? | X ,2 £ l ^ a H ? int Jewish Center 3, g S S fo S Flagler-Granada 26 ,4 4r 29 Kneseth Israel ^ 5 u Miami Hebrew School 2 1 5 Southwest Jewish Center 33 s ^ Temple Beth Am 25 31 56 135 60 1M temple Beth El (Hollywood) 6 7 12 19 ] C Temple B'nai Sholom 40 jrj 5< Temple Beth Sholem (Hollywood) "4 13 37 S6 75 • Temple Beth Sholom 40 27 f>7 r.8 34 155 Temple Emanu-El 23 IS 42 192 47 Temple Israel M 10 lemple.Iudea 21 21 42 115 36 15] Temple Menorah 11 15 26 177 2.37 Temple Xer Tamid 3 4 7 45 ,: 62 Temple Sinai 11 11 22 Temple Sinai (Hollywood) 35 5] 13*3 Temple Zamora ,".4 4 35 Temple Zion 4C 33 73 158 M 216 Tifereth Israel Northsidt ic 2 12 Tiferetb Jacob 7 10 17 52 28 8C Workmen's Circle 34 19 53 Young Israel 16 2C 36 58 3 f.l TOTALS 481 433 914 3122 1206 4325 "!c*l (Jnduplicated Registration at Schools 10,697 Total Registration at Schools 9,932 Registration Increase over 1960 1,149 SUNDAY SCHOOL Boys Girls Total 36 40 7f 85 66 151 7 12 & .. w„ -.„. K 22 12 34 7 8 15 M 108 203 17 11 28 240 138 378 165 95 :13C 34 164 32 3 35 7 4 11 8 12 20 11 7 18 387 352 739 58 85 143 4.=! 40 85 59 32 91 130 219 349 118 223 341 4S 438 888 196 233 42:< 144 m 241 15 25 4( 174 135 309 42 39 81 10 19 29 28 66 f-4 22 3C 52 13 17 30 May he Givers Disability Funds JTA—By D.rect Teletype Wire > BRUSSELS —A bill was introduced in the Belgian Senate on Tuesday which would automatically grant a ten percent disability rating to -11 persons in Belgium who had been arrested and held during the Na/.i regime as political i. it ners. The disability rating wool! be accorded on account of the "concentration camp pathology" ->iffered bj these prisoners an l to compensate for the deterioration their physical well-being resulting from their deportation The rating would be given to every political prisoner who had been deported for a period of at least a year or had been deported after September, 1944 and interned until liberated by the Allied forces. The disability rating would also b< given to those imprisoned i:i the Belgian concentration camp at Brendonck. The disability rating il enacted into law. would automatical!) increase the amount of compensation to which former political prisoners are entitled. 2767 265fc 5455 in Jewish schools at one particular linn Declared Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau: "If we add to the present 9,932 unc'uplicated local registration total, the number of students who withdrew from Jewish schools during the past few years and children receiving private instruction, we may estimate a 20'Tincrease to the 9,932 total, or 11,928 children in the Greater Miami area exposed to Jewish education at some time during school age. "The Miami average may be almost 92T-. some 12 percent above the national average of 80';. However, a hard core of over 1.000 Jewish children may remain who receive no form of Jewish education at any time. This core of 1,00 Jewish "illiterate* students has remained constant for the past five years.'' The school listing below, gives the details Community Relations Council Opens Meet By Special Report NEW YORK—Two hundred delegates of 60 American Jewish organizations attending t h e annual plenary session of the National Community Relations Advisory Council at the Shereham hotel here were to plunge immediately into a debate Thursday on censorship and other limitations on freedom of ex pression. Later in the four-day conclave, the delegates were to wrestle with problems and issues affecting re[igious freedom, civil rights, and Jewish status. Prominent among the topics slated for discussion are right-wing political and economic movements, including the John Birch Society: the population explosion in metropolitan areas, with its implications for equal opportunity and for interracial and other intergronp relationships; school desegregation in the North and South; trends in relationships among Catholics. Protestants and Jews, and an analysis of some of the issues on which they are most divided; and the impact of the Eichmann trial on American public opinion. Participating in the sessions are We're proud of our Billion Dollar Company This month Manufacturers Life became one of the 20 major North American life insurance compan •*•**• • ss.ts exceed on. billion dollars. But such a milestone in growth has meaning only in terms oi human endeavor, of goals and accomplishments, of principles and dedication to them. The part played in this success storyJj I"** owners is an excellent illustration. Xhese are '^ "^"l and women whose basic human desire fo r finanCJ security for their families and themselves kd toMihe times of emergency or need. We are sure they share with us the pride of be.ng asso^iltcd with a billion dollar company. MANUFACTURERS LIFE ,I M ilivtaa*! COMPANY representatives of the national congregational organizations of Orthodox, Conservative and Reform Judaism, American Jewish Congress, Jewish Labor Committee, and Jewish War Veterans of the United States, and 54 representative local Jewish councils in major cities throughout the United States. Since 1944. the NCRAC has been the joint planning and coordinating body for Jewish community relations in the U.S. Its member groups pursue programs aimed at combating anti-Semitism and all other forms of bigotry and discrimination, and the promotion of American principles of equality and freedom The theme of the entire four-day series of scheduled meetings is joint planning for 1960-61 The body will act on and adopt a statement reviewing the events of 1930-61 that have affected the issues with which the affiliated organizations are concerned. Simon Addresses Realtors George A. Simon, president of the .Miami Board of Realtors, addressed a luncheon meeting of the Hialeah-Miami Springs Board of Realtors on Tuesday noon in the Park Lane Cafeteria Simon discussed ••Communicate — Don't Hibernate."' SURE Bank with Confidence Where you can borrow with ease and where you can deal with people you know. SIDNEY M. ARONOVITZ Chairman of the Board FREDERICK J. TESCHKE President ALBERT M. 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Page 2-B +Je?*t Fhricffar Fridcy. )mie 23, Cooking Corner Mildred Bdlin '-.. cup sugar ; reded, sliced onions 1 taKle spoon mixed pickling spice 2 f:nely crumbled bay leaves alternate taj* e 7" "J 1 lemon <;:ccd very thin ins mien and lemon. Measure TO cups of the liquid, add the spice and sugar, and brir,£ to a boil once mere. Cook 5 minutees and pour over the fish. Over the bowl and keep refrigerated. Let stan d lor .,,4, Cut the fish into 2 : viwa. sitf£*^aiteast tiro-days be**re iMBfrttof and sprinkle with salt. Whit* fish, fish will keep for two weeks. This ak< trout, or pike are particularly recipe makes 5 to 6 portions. SWEET AND SOUR FISH c 'nnarim| It is always interesting to disi over dishes similar tc the traditional Jewish favorites in the cooking Of other countries, and to compare the differences in the method of preparation. .For example, a recipe for Pickled (Marinierte' Fish can be found in such cuisines as Viennese, Polish, and Rumanian, but vith carrots, parsley root, celery toot, wine, shallots, capers, or olive oil used in its preparation. In Chinese cooking Sweet and Sour Fish .ire first fried, then covered with a .-iiuce containing sherry and egg yelks, as well as the ginger and brown sugar we use. Our own method of preparing both these fish dishes makes them particularly appropriate for summer. Pickled fish is always served chilled, and since it requires at least two days te develop flavor .n..may be kept up to two weeks III th< i tinge rater, is fine to heve on hard for hurry-up meals. The Sweet and Scur may be served cither bol or chilled, as the weathe] suggests During the months whei ::<; days an lonj and it ber Saturday eveneither cf thes* fish ilu I -. : .... : snswei th< questioi ,good. Refrigerate foi MM ho. r. ; and rinse lightly. Place the fish. of what to have for dinner. water, vinegar, one el the onions. Ftcai.-t of their delicious flavor and the bay leaf in a saucepan: pike, whittfi&b. and lake trout are bring to a boil, then simmer 15 suggested in the recipes given tominutes, until the fish just flakes day, but any whole fish of similar. Discard the heads, and carefully \ siae' may be" used. It is very imlift out the remaining fish and j portant to cook the heads with the i onion, and place in a large bowl in fish to give the gravy the proper 3 to 8VS lbs. whole fish with heads '. teaspoon salt %  cup seedless raisins 2 medium onions, sliced thir. ucup spliced, blanched almonds SHOPPING AROUND WITH \2MjSttU texture and flavor. The flavor of |lish is alsc greatly improved if it :> salted and refrigerated for an hour before it is cooked. Then lightly rinse before adding it to : the ingredients in the saucepan One word of caution. Delicious, as both Pickled and Sweet and Sour ; Fish are. it is advisable not to serve i either to children. For them, have \ t a salad of canned or boneless fillets, as the tony, pieces are too difThe food industry endeavors to prepare salads use one of three [ficuit for a small person to manmake its products difficult to reHellmann's Dressings — French, age. Far too many adults have de\ s j s t and tempting as possible. We Old Homestead, or New Italian. All nied themselves* the delights of ; must eat. and every morsel must three will add that extra touch fc-r whole fish dishes because of a painbe tantalizing and enticing, so that perfection. Try them once, arc ful childhood experience with a we may really appreciate our food, they will become a family favorite. Appreciation brings smiles of enjust like Hcllmanr. f Mayonnaise joyment. One of the way? you can Hellmann's French, so subtlj do this fur your family U to use ip;C£ : d s( aromatk salads with Hellman's Dressings. Hellmann's new Italian are so zesti Hellman's Dressings dc wonder\ y spicy, and its the only Italian tul things for salads Your .-alads dressing made with Mazola Corn will gel a fuller, testier flavor, a oil mor enticinj aromj wr.tr. you ,, ,, -•,.,, Hellmann s Old Hcmc.i,, French Dressing spreads a rid Etarlicy flavor and tangy arm.; smoothl) through your salads a:; t's simply a i-ye*." A:. thre dressings an k< sh i I. rvc under th< sup< r> isi< r of th< Union of Orthodox Jewisl .. ons of Aim rica. Get all thrte oi thesedressing! j j and your larruly will smilt with the contentment of good e;: .: g Tr> them, and you will diSeever that only Hellmann's car, i such wonderful things for salads And remember, tec. they're mace by the people whe bring you HelJ niann's Mayonnaise. 1 lemon, sliced thin 8 gingersnaps '• teaspoon greund € whole allspice Mi cup brown sugar v* cup white sugar 3 cups boiling water SpffnkV the" f:-h ViJ'the ^ and refrigerate cn< hour, lightly. Lake trout, rike. or *i fish are all delicious prepared this way. Cut the fish into 2-ii pieces, and place, together all the remaining ingredients, in~i large saucepan. Cover, bring: a boil, then simmer for 25 Taste the gravy, and add safci sugar to taste.Mf desired. Distu the heads, and serve the remai fish and gravy hot cur fleishig; *nd D r f c betwen mtti IttmhncM... t -_*C •• .: : -1 ^ Uri 1 M aw m mmmmm .a.***-.^ w HMD Deep rich mellow tasty... 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idcry. Tune 23. 1961 GEMS OF WISDOM \e,ii:'er,the f'ensure derived from ,,;,! H. r any other of tdt posses, rw which are pr ized by sh allow jkfnds, confers 'tie i4rRf ("^HrW'r* a? [MIptlttuit p/fu.'ture. ^ APocBvrhA. $ ,-. — • • Cuft'-ire is always a product of I King. fHERTZ. + knistfl P ricfi>r jB&^-£^£B9fi|^9^BKjj^H Page 13-A Sn OL HQeaL Q/ JK laftii 9a/ ; qiOHS Xf. (s commissioned Staggering Problems Face Community Today (0 By DR. JOSEPH R. NAROT Temple Israel of Grrtrer Miami As we turn to the summer and look back on the synagogue year thai has passed, we see much that is disturbing and yet r.ot without hope. In our community, perhaps the most serious problem facing us is in the area of fund-raising. The past failures of the United Fund and of our Jewish Federation to meet its goals has affected the community sei though some • %  I us may be una i There is a great dangel I ia'1 the "jungle" fund-raising ;: which have All culture mvert, far as lie* Within its pow fi.ii-i into enjoyment, necessity v freedom. KLATZKIN. • Bv culture ue understand t'ie onions develoftwieni of %  '! the rs tnd capacities Q/ man. PERLES. • • • White we d.ire in Palestine is to I I <<:; •• hdndj ; (| lt lab >r • >ni the hi ihest S.r vices J hi s • L/Ve c It e n J and .i %  : then %  ... n \y u • in • %  v IRDON confronted us tl f3r, tl every jlvvrcw v_^o-iv erscition in \ T5JL3_L!J $ 5 y,i, p^inTD j? Inaton iDoxnn inx ar T : • : • TV Inform a tiorTTorje included in "the Religious Services coTurfTrt' must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All releases received after that time will be returned as proof of their lateness. AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7001 Carlyle ava. Orthodox. Rabbi line Ever. MSHE EMES. Conservative, pi esiacot. 2531 SW 19tn ave. Maxwell Silberman, -•BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Conservative Rabbi Norman Shapiro. Cantor William W. Lioson. Satunlu.v 10 a.m. Bai Mltsvah: Larry, si. n ... Mr : 11• I MrI. HI'S. Mill : ltarr>, -.HI o( Mi M •.-. W llllan Alii.n SETH EL. 500 SW ITtn ave. Orthodox Raabi Soiomcn Sehi'f • BETH EMETH. 12250 N W 2nd ave. Conservative. Cantor Hyman Fein. RA3BI JOSEPH NAROT .. profound issues big and little lign is I i be carried on inde| • It all the others, will cans? ., re blow to jur area over ; > ; ... The hope lies in the facl I tal na ly responsible people, bo;:-. Fund and Federation, are beginnil to realize what all : %  Perhaps e have reached the esl point possible. In the larger '•• -h world, possibly the most important problem has been the controversy amons the Zionists and non-Zionists and Prime Minister Ben-Gurion concerning the destiny of American Jews. Mr. Ben-Gurion has criticized American .lews for not settling in Israel; then he entered into ar. agreement with a leading American Jew rescinding his theory; and then he lashed out against the Zionists in I BETH TORAH. 164th st and NE nth .,, ., „. „.. ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max LipAmerica for criticizing his agreement with the non-Zionists. This con1C nitz. cantor Ben-zion Kirschen Iroversy is as unfortunate as it is unnecessary. Mr. Ben-Gurion has two problems: He needs strong creative Jews. l"""in ri?r'? *^9R "^^ •"ll^O such as America can provide: and at the same time he needs the moral and financial support of American Jews who do not wish to settle in Israel. He will always be torn between these points of view, and we should learn to live with this problem. A few months ago, the approaching trial of Adolf Eichmann was frightening us. No one knew what to expect. We were afraid of many dire consequences. Now the trial is half over, and most of our fears proved to be needless. Eichmann is still the conscience-less creature he was before, and the same dilemma faces the Jews of : Israel. What punishment would possibly fit the crime? The issue that pushed the Eichmann trial from the front pages : of the newspapers is the issue of world peace. Will the nations of the world survive, or will they resort to war? Thus far the United -Kin D'Vinrrnsp (1911) Tilts mm -ipx ,roW -. • T : r v -: T c?#tf ,-nn W rrxiDi — r T : • : c^rrnnn^n maatf3 motn rrnnx *?v ruitfion T V I f T r-^sn onaisrn nmnon 3ETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Orthodox, hijci H. b>oii nottman. BETH JACOB. 30:-3*1 Washington av Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. ; Cantor Maurice Ma-nches. • BETH KODESH. 11851 Quail Roost dr. Rabbi Harold R:cht*r. i .r Saturcla> T Week BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave. Ortnodox. Julius Saaero, presioent. • BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or. thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky baum. ij 7:1". p. in Satui l u 8 IS a.m. Bar M %  %  • %  ah: 1 "anns -on of Mr an Mr.Howard Roth; K rry, gon of Mr, and Mrs. Ma ill Ice VVltenaKj CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIN!. 1544 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Strassfeld. CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER. 8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. Frlda> T p.m. Saturday 9 ^i in Bar Mltzvah: Glen, sun "f Mr. and Mr* i taorge Siahl. • DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd at. Conservative. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. Nations, in spite of all its difficulties, still stands as a source of hope, j FLAGLER-GRANADA. "DP nXS,(192 0 T)W2) We can'only pray that in the coming weeks and months mankind will] ft^cTntor Wnt T %  T I maintain its sanity and live. S -T3i nnpna—na ,nixDi?3 I : %  •• T T : • •Tya nlinig ,ni^D3n IDDD "bxi niXDTa n 1 ?^ 3lip .D^Xpil D'D nVrmm nnan nap^a %  ?s "^n r erjto^g r:'?y ':ian nx o^p 1 ? D^IHTIBJ? risnxa ixn oai^ ,n ,l ?iyn -... T r ... T rT'xiBi nrnaa nfrtfni r.'NiD-i miH an 1 ? c?-;n7i : T : v v T • ~ : • : "T: • : t T : l (raVis nnav n'>a nx^na) %  •t • 1 • -i -1 i M.WIATI0N RABBI MAX A. LIPSCHITZ Coordinator Contributor: RABBI SOLOMON BCHIFP Cfrr.s of Wisdom Sick Fond 0 By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX J • .._,. u J T/u.spate is prepared in coWhy is .t frbu>dn to burn o I d ^ ^ ^ Spn:uj( ^ aJ prayer booki? i Q Miami Rdbb n Since praver books contain the name of the Almighty, anything but tUI n> respectful treatment of them is for-j idden. Many scholars trace this idea back to the Biblical injunction! of disposing of the, names or representations of the Almighty as one would destroy the names of idols which are an abomination to the j %  ,i ..y., ."j'j not do so w" mmi "'' i im;: ^" imui m !ll l ull ll liJ ''"' M:a "''' ll l '' !" unto "the Lord, thy God." (Deut. 12:4). This is the tpOO wh,cn ,he Talmud ecla that it is forbidden to destroj ised Sefer Torah which cannot -i anvnure • %  —j| % %  ; ^ wflshed and purinc d (rs that n 50 NW 51st Rabbi Gerald Bernstein. Friday 6:30 p.m. Saturdaj :• a.m. Ml %  %  %  %  SAYINGS OF FATHERS Chapter 5:10 Tlirrr. art seven marljs of an tincultured, and seven of a wise man. The wise man does not sfeak, hefore In": who n greater than he m U'i %  low; an I I brea^ in up.HI th speech I fel iu', he is noi hasty % % % % % %  natter. answers lo i upon the fir.st i the %  % % %  .: %  .' lOt 1 %  thine, is a sain I it*ho says What iv thine is mine an I ichai i mine u limit, is J u'icfc.ed ":an Verse 16 As to alms giving there are four 1 dispositions; \M who desires tii give but that others sh mid not give, his eye i> evil towards what appertaw.-. to others; he who desires tliat others should .:'.' e but will noi give himself, his eye is evil against uihat is his own; he u-ho gives and E wishes others to give, is a saint; lie who will not gn •%  and does no: uiil: others ti> give, is a u'tc^eJ man. HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1150 W. 63th at.. Hialeah. HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson St. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. ISRAELITE rjENTER. 3175 SW 25th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen, p ,. 6 SO p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. %  :. iM tzvah: Ri beri -• n of Mi, and \!:-. Abraham Wagner; afternoon Rar Mllzval Edward, % %  of Mi and Mr.-. Ii\ii"~ Kravlt*. KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid avt. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrtield. Cantor Abraham Seif. — • MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION. 1101 SW 12th ave. Traditional. OHEV SHALOM. 911 N/ormandy dr. Orthodox Rabbi Phmefls Weberman. Megillah 26b), an I must he place reverence infor ^ reas()n (h it s()|)U t lion ... ...... u„ utackin to an earthen^ i;J buried, preferably with a sch i i holds." Katurdaj I :80 a.m. Bar Mits< rah: Michael, son "f Mr. and Mrs. II. rbi 11 Rose, TEMPLE MENORAM. 820 75th at. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. h'rlua; 6:3U p.m Saturdaj 9 a.m. s.-rni.in: "The Portion of the Law." Bar Mi tzvah: Rlchaid. son of Mr. and Mr.David Brand) Fr I, son if Mr. and Mrs. Robs Pi Icha^on. TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th at. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Saniu'l Gomoero. Saturdnj 1:4." %  • Sermon: "Ood'a Revelation %  • %  M %  i TEMPLE SINA! NO. MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno M. Wallach. Pi I.I r. %  .,n -i Rett ara for u i;.ii"I I %  i0 t UTH C V on E S S eTl!vy E Sab S b 4 38 SStJB. TEMPLE Timm JACOB fW a-Ct-ir>. Flamingo Way. Conservative. RabBI I ,.,,!., %  |3 p.m "The FuLeo Heim. .. .i u. ire '' ;,,i "' •"' ifurdaj -hould be returned to the Almsgnu am ... Mltsva |, RK-key, son ol Mr. in the same state Of ritual purity am i Mi* i Lubin^ ._. as it wa.s given to man al Its birth TFMP D ^ TH YESHURON. 2320 !" jui fiori. *T WM* Furthermore, just as the body IS \= mat it. Rabbi_Ma Zuckar. £ Caotop Jaeob Goldfarb TEMPLE ... %  %  % %  i860 N. Kendall'dr.. S Miami. Reform Rabbi Herbert Baumqard. Cantor Charles Kodner. .. s:i:. p.m. authori-ji,, insist that the washing take close as possible to the TEMPLE ZAMOH-*. 44 Zamora aye. Conservative. Rabbi 8. Leon Hurwitz. washed immediately after birth, so and purifi mmediately before burial. • veil, soil • lln. .1 i:. b\ >> %  • .CK runa nulled, preuia-'.•'-••--] as t | ();t as possioie 10 mc •-— day ft. -SMkers convened One of the Ij *%&$£* 5me of burial instead of .mined:TEMPLE -HE, or HOLLYS5ed S SSd a sick nun. ties claims t l JSS!T£ atel > i t 1 death ; "^ "^ f .would afford patients assistu !" s red ^ ^ ^,KRirft%M n nine of need. And so. in Ihe first sick fund was estabwhich rendered medical ase to every member who paid a fix ,| lt 0> Wh ilitarian purposes I one would then be using books for mundane purposes such as firewood. • • Why is thing from a house of mourning TEMpLE BETH SH OLOM. 41n: "1 hi> i | mil the I 'lei l host: .<;-;. i'li I -• s, ,.,,.. n i loes lud t'reo Blind Patlh?" H •' Ml avail: Ivan, son ui Borak YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixi* hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Stemmetz. Cantor Maurice Neil. Friday • %  1 n Si ters or the Hi ..I ,: %  "' Mltsvah: H %  of Mr. and Mrs. S id n ej Shi rma i the Hrst World War and its why must tne body of a corspe be s were over, and the Gene r itual!y washed before burial? deration of Labor was found.. ()f thc Scfc r mourning during this period Some I Lehrm.n. cantor H,sch A d ,er. ^ 1920). the sick fund expand Jun ;'! at the body question whether or not this reason Uil P „ rl th : .-tablished its own clinics, Chasstdim, ^ be restl icted t0 the house „„... Bar v '•".;„;:.;';,,;;' Idea and hospitals. Today Z=Z ulu>rein the death took place or ,, g !" uel VOUNG ISRAEL. Ortnor"ix. Raobi 990 NE 171st at, Eherwip Stauber. imber of persons who benefit its assistance totals over a h-'llion, a n d at its disposal are Incarly a thousand clinics and two and doctors. masses of inv whether it applies even if the ShiSt of whom, medically vah t0 ok place in another home migrants, mos aile"d from backward (other than where the death took countries, and render them medi;lh; ,,,. Sussistance and guidance in matSince the emergence of the State ters of hygiene and beginning of mass immigra. Ivnt Qlamit) Uon the sick fund was cha Some claim that this would deprive the heirs from having that Item a their inheritance. — • rcMPLE IS "^ f 19,h •! R.torm. Rah, osrph R. Na.Ot Cantor Jacon ecrnitein TEM^wE Lihi-al K %  nar \1 Ida) v : • i.-rmo av -on. Canto i %  ..';... :i iim CANDLHIGH7ING WM 9 Tommuz — 7:01 p.m.



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Pcce 13-A *Jeist norH&r Friday. June 23. 1981 Burdine's Chief Alfred H. Daniels Elected Vice Pres. of Federated Stores .--...-'Jine s president. Alfred H. Daniels, was elected vice president -den; of the West Dade Citizens AThe nonprofit civic organization t\aa membership of property owners from Coral Gables. South Miami, aud the Southwest unincorp jiUrd areas of Dade county. Other officer" of the group are vice presidents. Arthur Phillips. Norman Pallot. Mrs Herbert Heiker.: treasurer. Lev* Harder, recordiflg secretary. Mrs. Frank Parker; and corresponding leereUr*, MrWallace Lazarus I p meetings *• J Federated vice :,re-;dent. Daniels came to Miami in 19S7 as president when Burdine's made an affiliation with Federated. He i* a majna com laude graduate of Harvard College, a member of Phi Beta Kappa, and holds a MBA degree from Harvard Busiross School, where he has since lectured and for which he has prepared various publications. Prom 1986 to i56. he w a s di Abraham ie Straus, largest of the Federated stores .n Brooklyn. NY, where he became vice president ur.ri general merchandise manager ,: soft linethere. For a year prior to timing to Miami, he worked out of Federat:.eacquarter.-> in Cincinnati aar. executive concerned with management of the entire group, which operated 50 main -tores and branches in 32 communities across the nation. Daniels i> active in local civic affairs He is on the board of trustees of the United Fund of Dade County, on the board of directors Of the Opera Guild of Greater Miami, and is a member of Dade County Development Commission and of the Miami-Dade County Chamber of Commerce. He lives at 7747 Atlantic Way. Miami Beach, with his wife. Stella Daniels. There is only one WELCOME WAGON 30 years of experience fosteringgood will in business and community .life. For information on Welcome Wagon, phone HI 8-4994 Syrian Units Kill Israeli Border Watchman and Wound Another JTA —By Direct "*ietj,p* Wiro TEL AVIV—An Israeli watchman wa. killed and another wounded l renewal of border raids by Syrian elements at two points north of Lake Tibenas on Monday nisht. United Nations truce observers inched an investigation of the incidents Tuesday. The first attack came when Syrian units opened heavy fire on Israeli farmers near Shear ALfBED H. DAMIiLS Arab League Threatens Force Against Israel Continued from Page 1-A that friendship and strengthen it further.") Meanwhile, a Conservative mem ber of Parliament, William Yates, Tuesday accused Israel, on the floor of the House of Commons, of perpetrating 'a threat" to violate the Israeli-Arab armistice agree ment by allegedly planning to divert the waters of the Jordan River for its own use Mr Yates voiced his accusation in the form of a question to the Lord Privy Seal. Edward Heath, asking what the government intended to do to prevent such a "violation." While Mr Heath replied that the government was not aware of such a threat." Sir Barnett Janner. Labonte Member, advised Mr Yates: "The constant bullying by Nasser and his people is something that might be attended to. rather than the asking of such questions." Sir Barnett suggested that the best way for solution of the Jordan River problem was "for both parties to provide suJficient waters for themselves." He added 'there is no violation whatsoever by Israel on this matter." Thirty Advisors Honored Here Thirty advisors of B'nai B'rith Youth Organization were honored at the Dupont Plaza hotel last week. They were presented with certificates by Eli Hurwitz. chairman of the Greater Miami board of directors for BBYO. and members of the Aleph Zadik Aleph and B'na; B'rith Girls presented a program of entertainment. Martin Sachs, president of the BBYO Youth Organization, was m charge of the evening. Guest speakers included Hurwitz, David Sachs, chairman ot the Florida State BBYO committee, and Mrs. Jerome Robinson. Miami BBYO director. Milton Fendell, Hurricane AZA advisor, who has been the longest in service, presented a special award to Mrs. Edward Sabra, advisor to the Elysium chapter in Hollywood for her eight years of service. Guests include District B'na; B'rith presidents, Judge Milton A Friedman and Mrs. Alfred Reich; Arnold Ellison, district 5 membership secretary; Charles SeiaviUh. • president-elect, Florida State A B'nai B'rith Lodges; .lack Kershner, president, South Florida B'na: B'rith Council, and Jack Fink, past president, South Florida B'nai B'rith Council • LOVING PLUMBING CO. Licensed and lnsur r i • New. Alterations & R; No jOD too large or in, FREE ESTIMATES t All Work Guaranteed NA 1-8312 or OX 6-2554 | Yashuv. Israeli police units, + fending the workers, return*! the fire and silenced the. *ri Jtv ers. 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Voge fc-A >Jewish ncridfiar Friday, frum 23 Knesset Adjourns After Endii Need for Israeli Exit Visas mg Jewish Vocational Service installs officers for 1S61-62 at its third annual meeting. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg, vice president; Clemen J. Ehrlich. president; Sam J. Keiman, honorary president; Mrs. Sam Stark, secretary. Standing (left to right 1 are David M. Bloomberg, vice president; Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz, annual meeting program chairman; Marshall S. Harris, vice president; Charles Hertzoff, treasurer; Dr. Michael Goodmcn, excutive director. Continued from Page l-A budget to be self-supporting. The overall port authority will be operated by a council of 11 to 13 members with a majority of public figures and a minority of Government civil servants. The World Bank loan is aimed at development of a deep sea port ,.; Ashdod which is scheduled to become a major port. The Government will name the chairman of the port authority. General Haim Laskov. immediate past thief of Stalf. is a candidate for the post. Other bills approved included one setting up an Academy of Arts and | Sciences modeled after :he Frerf • Academy, a law granting MMS I rights to prison guard-. a mjjZ to overhaul completely the i4 Bar and its governing todies. technical measures c August :. r elections •'-•ernir.E Speaker Kaddish l. t exteodd good wishes to all de] lined ther-< gress m !e durjj the fourth Knesset i innoooe a contract lor work nent '. I .'.; ing for tinK >set Mfcel will )•( av arded next new bui ill be i a bequesi from the Rothschild and win within 30 months. : n>u'.:rc3 t( J mpktl Humphrey Calls for Massive Program M Foreiqn Aid at Brandeis Exercises By Special Report WALTHAM. Mass. — Only by proving to the world that we are "prc-people" and "pro-freedom."' ind not merely anti-Communist, can this nation avoid being left "alone and friendless in a waste of totalitarianism." Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey (D-Minn.i told 6.000 Brandeis: University students at the university's tenth commencement exercises last week Speaking in the Ullman Amphitheater on the Waltham campus, the assistant Senate majority lead&f •' stated A revoluntionary wave i.s sweeping across the world's un-1 iltiotveloped areas—not a revolution for Communism; it is a revolulic r. against the intolerable conli!JMTjs of the past. Over-simplifi al ; r. in labeling this revolutionary wave 'Communist • inspired and O ?-. munist organized' has given the Communists credit for victories wh LK they did not earn or deserve + 'tBULOUS SUMMER -* -* WEEKLY PACKAGE the MADISON Orftloon nc Ccean e' llinos Ave. ATLANTIC CITY fPCV CO50 FROM 1.C80 59^ 65' Sen Private Eth Private Bath PER PERSON 2 IN ROOM Bicycling on Boardwalk ALL Box Salt Water Taffy Rolling Chair Ride 7 (? £ £ Stee! Pier Admission Cocktail Party Plus FREE attractions available to guests B'dway Entertainment, levies. Bingo. TV. Surf Bathing. %  *GALA JULY 4th PACKAGE —* A IAYS 3 NITES *rcm $27 $30 Semi-p/t. batr. cv*. k-ath Including VEALS ard FREE EXTRAS Air Conditioned Dining Rooms. Cocktail Lounge. Lobbies. A so E-ropear P!an. C stluer, i r. tree Cooe 609, Ph. 344-8191 Sen. Humphrey said that "a policy based only on anti-Communism is a castle built of sand The cornerstone of world freedom will be laid when we have joined those who revolt against the tyranny of poverty, the slavery of disease, the corruption of ignorance." Stating that an "historic change in American policy is now underw a y." symbolized by President Kennedy's aid program for Latin America, t h e "Alliance for Progress." Sen. Humphrey called for a "massive cooperative program of economic aid and technical assistance ." He urged that: • More of our efforts must be channeled through the organization and agencies of the United Nations. • An expanded Peace Corps must send more skilled Americans to other lands. • Food for Peace programs must be increased to use America's agricultural abundance to banish hunger and spur economic progress. • An American White Fleet of mercy ships must be designed and launched to speed relief to peoples struck by disaster, and to play a creative role in training for moderr, health and sanitation. • We must help others expand and improve their educational systems, to provide schools and teachers for the battle against ignorance and illiteracy. • We must revamp and redesign our embassies and missions overseas, stressing the use of social welfare professionals, scientists, agricultural and labor specialists and educators. • Our embassies should reflect American society as it is. We are not just diplomats. We are doers We are builders. We are teachers. We are filled with the love of learning, with the excitement of achievement, with the dedication to human welfare. Honorary degrees were presented at the exercises by Dr. Abram L. Sachar, president of Brandeis, to Sen. Humphrey n6 nine other international figures who have made substantial contributions to progress in social welfare, the theme of the university's tenth commencement. The university also conferred 308 i Bachelor ef Arts. Master of Arts. 1 Master of Fine Arts. Doctor of Philosophy, and Doctor of Social Welfare degrees on candidates there's more of everything at BROWNS FABULOUS JERRY LEWIS THEATRE CLUB CATALINA INDOOR POOL & HEALTH CLUB It's no secret! We pamper our guests—you'll find that BROWN'S is heaven on earth-All Sport Activities—Private Lake—Free Form Outdoor Pool—Elevator Service—Air Conditioning —Delectable Food—Supervised Children's Day ^rihTnilnt* Camp—Nite Patrol-2 Kiddie Pools. QtwvciLeA miGOlF-2 NiW R.G.A. 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p^fl Friday. June 23. 1961 vJmesfii Fhricffat Noted Yiddish Editor Posses NEW YORK — (JTA) — Solcmcr. Pingol, editor of The Day-Jewish journal, national Yiddish daily newspaper; died this week al Mt. ginai Hospital here after a short illness. He was 74. Pom in Rogachev. Russia, he migrated to England where h< M:te for Jewish publications. In l(!16, he came to the United States where he joined the editorial staff oi the Yiddishes Tageblatt. Four yean later, he joined the Jewish daily newspaper. The Day, of which he became managing editor and later editor. He remained editor when The ; > and the Jewish Morning Journal were merged into. The I; y Jewish Journal, end held ,• iii position until his death. Mr. Dingol was the author of several plays and was also active in many Jewish organizations. He was vice president of United rlias Service, a member of the board of the YIVO Institute for Jewish Research, and president of (hi Committee for Yiddish in New York High Schools. He also parlic ; ated in groups aiding Israel. Harry Platoff Dies at 79 Harry Platoff. ci 143! Wesl i .< Beach, died Wednest i :• I 14. Platofi was 7$ He cairn |. • from New York Cliy ?] years .u Survivii g it bis • % %  i i. wen at Rivers '•'. %  ha] I %  '..-. r rd. CbTpei .„ : "-'• Page JJ-B MRS. SUSAN L S NGER -' %  M! %  I,. %  .. fH,m v •••••• %  years a t *' *' %  %  ley and Is ,£. V x ,i %  %  • :, -'> Services w. %  ... lli-M I.]. r< uneral HARRY WHITCUP of 1E0 S Prof %  : i C. .. Gables, .. ,,i JUIM 13 H i came h.r, "• >** • %  -• fri 1. cat and "J : '-' •'•' %  of Temi li Judea b, r' • • hla wif< Snlr'ej 1 %  ..., • idlng Eric and Mark, and a diughter, Debbie Servicej were 1 "• %  In Qordi n I H< mi MRS BETTY SCHWART2 7P. of 76] Jefferson av :;,.. m Beach, 0 ed .' in< r .-ri. cami hen :.". yean ago from New York aid was a member "f F'.eth Tfllah Congregation, surviving are three daughters Including Mrs Barbara QTussmark; a brother; -i\ erandchlldren and a great-grandchild. Services wen Jum is In Rlv1 rsld< Ml mortal Chapel. Normandy Isle LEGAL NOTICE COL. HARRY MARCUS 67, of 500 West ave., died June 16. Ho was a retired \rm> officer and had directed s,., r s stores in New York and Chicago for '.0 years. He was a winter resident "1 Miami Reach a"f Miami Beach Masonic and Elks lodges {Surviving it a brother. Bernard. Service* weri h N. Yorl w th Riverside Memorial Chapel in charge loca'ly. MICHAEL H. EPSTEIN "'. it 1101 Country 1 lub Prado, 1 oral Gables, iii>1 June If ir. Raltlmor. Surviving are his parents, Dr. and Mrs. Edward Bpsti ;a sister, .isai his maternal grandmother, Mrs. Flora L'beiman; >, s paten 1 and ot' ei M %  B %  %  n E• stein; at ri h t ati ns greatrani m :!.. r, Mi s San E] Melt Service* 1 n J ni 1 In Riv• %  Mi rial Chapi I ... MRS. FRIEDA KAT2 1 of 21 •' '.-.-...• Mlai • 11 Phi %  ime ; • %  • i: yea .... %  \ 1 -> York d s orvlvi h> 1H< ''.. ighters • id g Mn R trothet -•• %  •... .. ..-%  % %  %  %  • ..:.' %  -. \ •. %  .. Mel %  '.. • %  ::. %  BVI RS v ETTA 'SE-.EE C Z ..... rphla She ha years am %  •• a nd Hi -i • • • %  ihi ng are her hui three grani t-i %  1 11 Icl flrei Si • .1 une 11 in 1 %  E ( v %  r LN v. • %  •..• ... •. ... I ..--•• %  %  • %  %  • %  • • al Chapi 1 r v..>> Hi on f. 1 •• 1 %  JUCGE FHILIP JOSLIN • • %  E Bay Haiboi 1 li Hi had beei • • ent \ • : i 11 : I FTovldence threi year* agi He %  ..k. r fl th.1:1 Ulan Representative! •' r L served Rhode Island S iri • f*< • .us !!• %  :s SUrviVI li I > 1lv.rothy ami two listen Mrs i • don and Mi %  teufc uorui 11 • were in Provldenci with lorrangementa by Rlvereidi Me%  %  Chapi I. — SALLY E 6CHEfl %  ..;•• %  ...... %  %  ; : %  %  %  '. -• • >, \ • %  ... • • • S MUEL UTELEAUM 14 of --' I %  %  Read ,11, %  .. 1.1 He ail been s residi nl foi nevei yean Survivinj an hfi ... th a daughter, Mis. Eslelli S'I 1 It) a brothi sister, and threi grand Service! ,v. -. .1 ni 16 h Beyi • %  f w ral Hi me. %  F.S ESTHER GLUCKSTEIN IS, 11 %  11 n., Mia nl Fd 1 Bhe cam. hi-i 1 nini %  m New Yi K ..MI 1. r% • I b .. r.s. including < .. %  1 1 %  %  • illdrei Ser> • %  > • • %  J '• at Rivi rsli e Mi Eton ave. f with but %  : • • %  ..: I BENJAMIN SACKS Ing ave.. %  Hi yn, S y • % % %  %  -£'.%  r c_ic=; MRS ANNIE BREITEART 51, of 13150 SW 1 ct., died .'une 12. ..>,.,.. ears agi from Cleveli d l)., ai .i is survived by f v ... |, Mi rtimi • W and Dr, I .-. • oni ulster, BUI :• n, and -, el •• %  • • 1* '" %  %  : SAMUEL CLAIfl .. • %  -. .1 ed 3 %  .-.,•• % %  %  ': %  %  %  • .. • % %  1 Serv' • % %  .'RS ^OSE LESSEE ...... .%  _r'-j-N v = %  > P L v E n "2 ti • B fcl ... • : er and > there. Hi were J 1 • .;• -.. i .... • = \ r E r -%  •• E L AV. rl : : EETTYEIPNETAs-.' NE 66 \ • • 17 r s a i I • of thi en'i .. I • ,-,. %  1 r cOF T HI :0a EPJ-£ N • %  %  Nl 61( <" N .. LEGAL NOTICE EGAL NOTICE NOTICE BV PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT CF FLOR'DA l\ A\T FOR CADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY Nr f,1C 6551 PET1 R r>] ll Rll I .11, I li Intlff, \> M M.Y Dl n iRIO, I % %  fendant, SUIT FCR DIVORCE TO MARY !•! IORIO 20 frost Street Provident i Rhi .'. i-;ar.d You, x, kRY Dl IORIi hi reby notified thai Bill of Complain! fi • liai been filed aJ.-ain^., you, and yi u are required to servi a cops of yout Answei ..r Pleailfne li i i I Comn'ainf on the plaintiffs Attorney, BAM BLOOM, Esquire, 20 fe.E 1st Avenue, Miami :i:', Florida, ana f I*the original Answei or Pleading in the Offlci of th. Clerk .if July, -\ li.. 1961. If you fall to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you f.-r tv relief .'i %  nanded in the ruty Clerk. SAM BLOOM, Bsi • :il S.E. 1st \ve., .Miami K'a Attorney for Plaintiff 6/J3-30. 7/7-14 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 6IC 6548 CLAUDE P. QARLAN] an I SARA B •; iRLAND, Plaintiffs, \-. •i HEODOR1 SALSTi iNE, I left n ant Ti T .,;. r. Salsti n.pt Ni 216, ': % %  Bld| Sherl Road lini is x on .-. "ti • an that a 1 of Coi aim • %  • %  -1 %  and yi %  • .• ... of youi thi Bill of omnla'nt : %  %  Intiffs •••. %  Ed wa 11 niell 1 F : a am I th. • • %  %  ... :. th. %  • %  • efore the 2"tl ay oi R.r the relief • n • • II l'i .. • : %  : ..... 1 %  • loi .' Becut VI IBW1SH N IE AN] I Mian B 1 0th day of Jum A I 1 ["HERMAN, Cl. II it, 1 e Count is.all .. H. LANUl LY, Peput] 'lerk El WARD 1 I 1.N1ELS, .IR. 909 Blsci 111 1 dg. Miami Attoi ney for Plaintiff! .,a may have against the 1 state of HU-U) 7. PELLETIEK deceased late of ARC STOOK County. MAINE, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the xatn. in their offices in the County Court1 in Had. County, Florida, within eiKht calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof, ttr th. same will te barred. ALV1A M. PELLET1ER, Executrix of the Estate ..f Pied Z. PELLET1ER. 1 %  \-n L.IEJBMAN Attorney Kronn \\. nue Homestead. Eloi Ida 6/28-30,7/7-14 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No eiC 65?3 JITTJA UNGVABJ I .1 %  tiff. vs IANOS 1 NGVAR1 • %  SUIT FOR CIVCRCE TI 1A •' E I '•'' %  %  %  • %  ... • on!, -. IN %  ..%  ... • %  • id %  %  • • I ...•'• • ... %  • %  %  %  • %  IN T HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DACE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 61C 624€ .1,1 INE ANN Ic V !!MI"i 1 >WIT2, Plaint %  \ 1 DAVID RACHME1 %  .. 1 v.l !.. ICKW %  LL, I fei .. %  : NOTICE EV FLELIC^TION TO: 1 V1D R ;...• %  ,VI1 1. KWELL Att Reasie Ri elowiti • Wei •' %  ... f, .-. WITS are hen by o If ii • %  : .. :<•:!.%  %  %  %  .... nswet • %  %  • -. SILVER, I % %  %  : • .. • : %  .. the office 1 th. lerl I th. befcr. th. 1*711 day % %  tl .1. s. 1 ... : will be taken iiKainst relief demanded in the Pi'l of This n. ticshall 1 • 1 ni lished one. .... k foi 1. 1 .. ns. %  itive wet k In THE JEWISH FLORID1AN I "ONE ..mi i.l 1ERED al Mil ml thli th day < I Juni. '> 1 %  1961. I ill tTHERMAN, Clerk 11 Ci 1111. 1 >ad Count]. Fli (scab Bj : M. CAVALARI8, I .. 1 .1 1 Irrli 1 all.it Silvei I alii t. Stern A Mints B foi ,::ritlff 317 P scayn* Bldf M 1 FTs 1 in.; %  ; NOT :E :£ c F ; — :.s NAVE ~ • %  • %  %  % % %  • %  -.' %  ni al ... %  • • • : %  P ,k of the 1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DACE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY CASE NOe-C 6197 BOPPY 1 KING i .. : 1 s K • %  NOT CE TC : : 'E*fl -~ %  •%  .' ... • • • ... %  • • %  • %  %  %  %  %  %  if1 %  %  %  %  %  S 1 MET/ s \ sw ;a ti 1 survived I d and twi -• %  -• • %  -' ,. .. INTC C R CI ~ COURT OFTHI E BVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCO'T l\ ANC ?C' DADE COUNTY, FLORID* IN Ct' MCERY M I-1C 413" • %  PUBLICATION .... NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW M Til E IHEREBY GIVEN that dersitned, desiring to engags In I..is r.i ... undei the fictitious name <>f MODERN TREND KITCHENS at 9021 B.W 29th Terrace, Miami intends to .Btei -. Id nam. with th.Clerk ..f i hi 1 'li 'ull • "ourt • %  : I >ail, '..nut y. El. 1 iiia BEATRICE NEIMAN Sol. *w n.T HARl 1.1 %  > rRl'MPF ej for Applli ant Bis..... ni 1 1 Miami, Pis 6/16-23-30, 7 NOTlOE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY, Nr. 61C 579f THERESA l.. BABrfES, Plaintiff, vs. ALBERT E I. .RNES, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE To Al HEKT K. I.AHNES SO Caldwell Street Pak, Unirt't. New Y-.rk You ALBERT E BARNE8 are hereby notified that fa Bill of Complaint for Divine has been filed against you. and you are required i-.. :. lihling • r .... t. s-16-23-30 NO-.CE UNDER FlCTITiCLS NAME LAW NCI S HI RI I Y GIVEN th.r ihi • • i-slrlng to < nga 1 In ... fictitious name "I" SHIPPERS No. 3 AVI nu. Miami It. ei register said name \ r the urt ..f ... • '.: KM AN I ,1 MERMAN \-, N Z ., -. .. WIT/. HI I %  NOTICE EN PUBLICATION IK THE C RCUIT CCLRT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. <1C 5S2 VI RNl N iRLEN McCALL. itiff, ^ MARJOR1E McCALL, 1 % %  n.lant SUIT FOR DIVORCE You, MARJORIE McCALL, 1233 Mc\, ,\, %  1 Ittsburgh, Pennsyl.. 1 ,. ,, notified to servi a copy of v. ui answet Divorce Complaint on Plaintiffs attorney ... JE NICHOLAS, 1218 N.W. 7tii Street, Miami, Florida, and file ., Clerk of this Court on or :,,.. juij 17 1961, otherwise com1 |aint •* II) 1 • onfessi d by you. 1 ,v ; %  %  • 1961. I i 1.. ,-; HERM \N. Clerk, ... i ,VA1 LRIS, Deputy 9-16-23-30 IN T^E COUNTY JUDi.ES COURT %  t :Z CCB DACE COUNTY, tLC D* IN FfiCBATE. CE TC C=E: TORS ... Haj> .: -.. %  -• %  .1.1: '' ,; • • Honor. .... si" • %  %  Mi.l-.' %  • %  • %  %  • "'•' •i.l. n the 1. '<•••• ... .A %  ....• N\ II and f %  : : B '' .... ER '. I .. 1 .. %  % %  % %  I IN THE CCuNTV JUCGE S COURT •. AND FOB DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN FF.CSATE. -.. 49390-C I HERMAN NOT CE ( F NTENTION TO MAKE ftPF .-. %  FC R ClSTRlEJTION ft NC F NAL DISCHARGE pn thai I bav • etitlon for > \I.AM .... thai on apply 1 %  %  • • %  6/i 9-16-23



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S11E?1K*R Friday, June 23. 1961 ^Jmi§fi fBuriknmn OL L y ayvnuicjixi ours. L £M Zi pp ii i 'i Ihi W H.LE in New York r v: i an opportunity to of buyers who visi i •! %  Bazaar Posh \_ .!••. Being feature .. ;ue of the magazine is L ik in synthetic Euri. -;i Look "61 ushers i new bevy of the m :,osh fur fabrics e\ iks to the expenmi ling and daring ol .' fabric people, plus tyling genius of tfc .. pile fabric.: ist important news oi" 4 season. izaar showroom w is irkel sights not to be Lined up on one \ n bu.-hied guardsn > the color brilliant ies e icitemenl to the i ie names of the CO i'u in themselves — i. buttercup, Harp ivender, shoe kin. and burundy—to m few. irdsmen display I I als tli.it Bazaar bel % %  • ngly for fall, togel mplete ran v "i lorl flanked by jugu I T. and other animal in ski jacket (hat :• bound ts create C liver-.,': Thistu:: %  %  ire tr same .<> tit rgmals, a:ul ep you (\ ery .. • irm For Jamaica Holiday For Adelbergs A double ring candlelight cere•I u n e IS performed bj Rabbi Leon Kron'ish in Temple Beth Sholom, united Miss Flora Lee Grossn an daughter of Mr. and A!.S l! Or,,-.•.nun. 4!',1) Alton rd.. and Brw e 1. Adelberg, son ol Mi ..: Irving Adelberg A reception and luncheon at the Deauvdle hoi,', followed the l o'clock ceremony. Edythe (i.i;i Grossm u sister ol Ihe bridi was hi r only attendant. lek was in charj the guesl book, a n d Alan I n ed as %  wedding, Mrs A >l %  rg chose a ballerina lei ol white ti ii.' \ ith fitted bo lie • oi 11 "i" I chantilly lace over pale %  i ; *'ho don't s ii :;.i %  % %  ,. sa tin, | eeves • ;weeth skirl .v :< ntiHy lace in shoulderlength \ -., [-•. %  i<.. ap of matching la %  •: d with .e I pear!-, and • i • or .ii; Is, stepha and on her c< ni n Bible The : irmi r Miss Grossman is J Normandy pri\ al i i hool, i • al ended the L'niversTt} i II :. ol Miami ii."i isb in I .;: idu m i irexi I private i served with Ihe L' S Arm; ai I is present ly eng iged i Miami %  A • On another wall .^.i>us chessboard dr in i l lionably important ol es. Texture was im. • in wbite-on-white ele bl ick panther, ami a I ..-.. II: black olive and spe • AVONG the posher than life ins to be .-how n in Bazaar i" • laggy pretend Palomino Money beige, lacking all I -lau-nts. but the inaivcig Very outstanding— • fake—is a seal dress. 1 : ;< %  shift silhouette, it is I light and simple. \< • jvaut garde: genuine and I-' io ttir used in the same enThe counterfeif tiger in ngth coat i> collared and .-. it!i black fox. and makes -1 it w.uhl stay cold enough it for all twelve months. •sories play an important ie lake iur field. Handall SOrta of shock colors, %  i very large, are trimmed ling color real leather. purses are attached to Hull the huge totes—along Its, scarves and hats io n %  A ong the more interesting lexi -es is one that doubles for Per., an Lamb. Textures range Mat. to a flat -been, a knul> andbags i %  i matching : el • 1/.. pil i >x hat lmi •• every one i : th< I ii little i ki ..' >.-• are tk available i-on-whil I r< caded pi Mutations thai : cure never knew appear i: I ones —along with .. I ... %  elegance, Leading si :•• %  • I ighout the • %  Try 'A ii! -: %  / i lions, a with eigh featuring, TRIP to S (w York is never te wi;h vij.ii to laylor a v. lys fas look a I Ie I was there. I .ere te • %  I n ail over 1 If a fashi e from this • fore, whelming, and i is are s %  -every. :itrikini I extremely beautifully done I sually in fashion we sa> "the simple elegance." Europe according to Lord and Taylor's window, 'exciting elegance Afti %  • %  .' Jama %  you :.. I : ft it MISS BMNA WILLIAMS Bryna Williams Is Engaged Mr. and \H> Nat L Williams, of S W rs. Sher Wears French Lace r Ugii rs h itel was the setting for t ii e wedding of Sandra Lois Kaufman and Emil Sher on Sunday. June 18. at 6:30 p.m with Jacob Sher escorting the bride and Rabbi Samuel April officiating. After a reception at the hotel, the newlyweds left tor a honeymoon in I Nassau. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. David Kaufman, 1710 SW 87 ct.. and Mrs. Lcontina Sher. of 1129 SW 7 st. The new bride's gown of silk organza and French lace was a prmeess style, with bouffant skirt and bustle effect at the back ending in a chapel train It featured a sweet hi art neckline, hi .el sleeves and matching mitts. The four-tiered -ilk illusion veil was held in place with a coronet of brilliant rosanna stones and iridescents. Mrs. Sidney Kotkin was matron of honor, and Beverlj Newman and Heather Binn were bridesmaids, Besl man to the groom was Sheldon Eisenman, and serving as ushers were Film. in.: Kaufman and Shelby Freedland Young Mrs. Slier is a graduate of the University of Rochester and a member oi Fairlawn Elementary School faculty. Her husband is an alumnus of the University of Miami Engineering School Their new home will be at 10501 engagement the ol their daughter, BrySan Marino Island, announce >" % % % %  nai. to a llal >neen, a KIUnnu,. • -%  _,. 0 '. r a shaggy that actually ,.a. to Stephen^J Km ...pit.0 no to hang if skiing Is on Mr. and Mrs. Whampapier, ol Senda. the shaggy fabric is 545 Vela hclla. OjwIGtbfcJ. into a white hip-length No wedding date has been sei._ PLUS Gym and Health Facilities • ENJOY JULY 4th WEEKEND SPEND-A-DAY INCLUDING LUNCH *|Q j PLUS Gym-Health Facilities Massage Pool and Card Facilities t_ '" %  %  .M&NtfitW" 40 BELLE ISLE C^UGHr DOWNSTAIRS ROOM Page 7-3 A rd in -1 MR5. BRUCE ADELBERG V, • K .ii. MM. 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Pcge 3-3 +Je1si> fhrldtor Friday. June 23, 1961 and Fabianne Wolff. Karen Philmar. Dr. Steven Rosen, g lips was junior bridesmaid, and Shier and Melvin Taylor. Man k\> Lois und Marcia Nirenstein were plebaum was junior usher, j n 'd flowergirU. Stuart Sheir and Jenine The grooms uncle Sam Feinwere nngbearers. sold was his best man. and servThe young couple will fog a.ashen were Dr Joseph Ap2421 N 56 St.. Synnefield. plebj Gordon Gaynor. Phillip Kela honeymoon to Jama;>.j SENSATIONAL in-FrMI i Octin • =* s A Eve', Oth' R-rv !" E PP'CE NONE H CHER T Fam ly A E-.-oa**" P'an ( No P-t< rc-ease I JLLv A AI.G CATfff/NG fo INDIVIDUALS and GROUPS, i C: : i nl attar, UnaM Saeeatt StrcOv OMCrw* '50 DAILY p*= ,. Doubl* C-: Sept 10 Single Z:: Kosher Meali -: Rates ir* Rea„est AND ALL THIS FREE • Cna se Lo-rge and >. | • Enterta • nent N.ghtiy • Many ;•-I • Dj Carrp A Nig"! Patro • B 5r' :ri Dai') • Pull-time Vas'g a_ses • Sa t 4 Sugar Free O ets • Staatca, C"ops Roast• : c r Snack 3J'. S10 M I I: • i. im. CiNTIM all CONDITIONING IND CONT PSlVATt BEACH i 0 School of Temple Universitj She apresident of Tri Beta Council of the Greater Miami Jewi-r community Center Her husband is an alumnus of Yorkers High School and the University College of New York University, and is now a senior in the school of dentistry at the University of Pennsylvania His fraternitj .Alpha Omega, and he is a second lieutenant in the U.S. Army ;.. I long ml I Belgain %  ine and dr %  The .: .:.• sk.rt ith side :. I 1 m a chapel tram, and flow >ngth lace mantilla was in place by %  pearl crown. Arlene >en -1 as her sister's maid • : h nor, and bndes•A re '• Bad ines, Sundra • %  MrRot ?rt Mark ps Sharon Press RIVIERA TO RESTAURANT SVORGASBORD $1.89 ALL YOU CAN EAT! 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The former Miss Markowitz ua:%  from borough High and earned a BAE it thi i '•..-. < rsity of Fl ii< Delta Phi Epsilon. Lt HurwitZ is an alumnu> ol Miami Senior High and the University Ol Florida School of Business Administration He is a member of Delta Si^ma Pi. Scabbard and .Blade Military Society and la pre.-•fitly stationed with the U.S. Army in Pedncktown. X J where he and his bride will make their home after a tour of the eastern and Niagara Falls. Miss Jervis, Law Student Marry ; • ;-;Eficiated B1 \l\ Theta h:-:jr> honorary. % he : Miss Satalie M His f rat emit) is Tau Epsiion Phi Jen-is and Martin Edward Se^^i jr.d he : : the Univer-I in Sunday. June 18. at the Algiers sity of Miami law school in the fall.' hotel. The 2 o'clock ceremony was After a trip to New York, the | followed by a reception at the hunewlyweds w;'.l live :n Coral Gables. tel. Daughter of Mr and Mrs Perry' % % % %  % % %  %  % % % %  i %  Jervis. 4 Century lane. Belle Isle. the bride was attended by her sis•er. Mrs. Lewis M. Kanner. and wore a gown of alencon lace, and > carried white orchids and hly-ofthe-valley The groom's parents are Mr and; j Mrs. Samuel Segal. Jr., 5446 N i ; Bay rd. Robert Rubin was his | best man Both young people are graduates; of Miami Beach High and the University of Florida. She i> a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi and Phi ( SAND •ELL TO Strictly K< >sher Cateri • BAR MITZVAHS • WEDDINGS • PARTIES 7446 COLLINS Ph. UN 6-0226 AVENUE MIAMI BEACH, FLA. Ph. UN 6-5278 LOW SUMMER RATES! NOW OPEN THRO Yom K.pp_r. Seot. >J AMERICA'S FINEST STRICT ir KOSHt* VACATION RESORT WHY TRAVEL WHEN YOU CAN ENJOY YOURSELF HERE OAVIO KOSNIM • HOTtl ••001'CABANAS 10OJ5 'r-cO n 0"itt3neo" N %  OC£A • IM /nimm KACI Phane UNIon 6-8831 HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON GORDON and PONT IOSNEI CATI8I8S fraai ban a"arei fa %  caatflefa twffof 170 H. W. 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Tcge 4-A *• Jewist floridiar Friday. June 23. \%\ i^nv since l2Tby The .T*w'sh Flnridlan at So N K Si\th Btiwt; Miami 1. J^! !" S-o..nu-ci:iss Poatas* Paid at Miami. Florida. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the J ^ w $h ""'V'.Dh.c the Jew.sh Week.y. Member of the Jewish Telegraph,. A 8 ency. Seven Arts Feature Synd.cate. Worldw.de News ServicJ. National Editorial Assn American Ass„_ or EpflHh^ftwih..Newpa.eiTvlH>d the Flor ida Preta Asn. The Jewish Floridian doc.* not guarantee the Ka^hruih of tli.' merchandtae advertised In Ita columns. during the week ... as i see it by LEO MINDUN RATES SUBSCRIPTION Local Area One Year $5.00 Three Years $10.00 Out of Town Upon Request Volume 34 Number 25 Friday. June 23. 1961 9 Tammuz 5721 The Next Best Possibility The Soviet Union's latest ideological asJ: _'.'. against Jews and the State of Israel has ~ ar.y : oats in the ritt these days between Moscrw and Cairo. Russian foreign aid to Nasser during the r:st few years has represented by far the fattest chunk of the Communist assistance abroad program. N a user's latest effort to play East against V. est is not a true "defection" from Moscow but 0 clever way of teaching Mr. Khrushchev that C :.iro should not be taken for granted. In any case, what better way for the Rusfcfana to keep the fires going in the Middle Z: st than to launch a new assault against the i: eologically recalcitrant Jews 0 The Verdict of His Son The world has been waiting for Adolf L'shmann to speak. Opening his defense Tuesday, Eichmann took an oath "by God" that he would not bear false witness. The world waited more out of a sense of curiosity than suspense. What he said was rredictable. It now remains for the Israeli :curt trying him to weigh the substance of E chrr.ann's words. It may very well be true that Eichmann believes he is innocent. Reckoned in his own tense of the meaning of duty and responsibil-, this tends to "explain" the prevalent Ger— an reaction to the Nazi holocaust. Few Gerr.-.ans will admit to the extent of the Hitlerian atrocities, if indeed they grant that any were :;mmited at all; equally few admit their direct c: moral culpability. Adolf Eichmann can hardly plead ignorance, like so many of his countrymen continue to do. But he has already denied his personal responsibility. We believe that the comments ~ade by Eichmann's son. Nicolas, in the Uni:ed States a few weeks ago put the lie to the ...nocent image of himself he is attempting to :. eat e. The anti-Semitic stereotype of Jews, which Nicolas seemingly enjoyed using, make even — ore laughable Eichmann's claims that he v. as a friend and protector of Nazidom's six million victims. v :" • % % %  i, #.*' %  % % %  : • i m % %  %  : %  % %  -..-•'••*: %  %  if %  ^ On Shifting the Emphasis Some of the elements involved in the Kennedy letters to the Arab potentates are emerging to form a slow but s'.andard pattern •unrounding the cold war in the Middle East. The most significant Item thus far was Goldc Meir's Statement this week, which clearindicated that wily the Israel cabinet has the power to decide or. a national readjustment c: policy toward the Arab refugee problem. Apparently, Mrs. Meir had been given the authority to render an official reply to the recent Cairo Radio report that President Kenred y. in his letters suggested a refugee solu%  or. to which Prime Minister Ben-Gurion subsequently agreed. The Foreign Minister's statement is not a refutation of the report but an Israel Government clarification for the benefit of President Kennedy. It does not matter whether Mrs. Meir s poke out at the reauest or Mr. Ben-Gurion, or whether it was meant for her to scotch at the cutset any unilateral decisions Mr. Ben-Gurion .nay have reached abroad. CONTINUING IMMUNITY TO SOLUTION What does matter is that she shifted the emphasis from the politics-ridden issue of the refugees to the more fundamental question of Arab recognition of the integrity of the State of Israel. Until the Arabs submit to the existence of Israel as a free and independent naA BETTER AMERICAN AND A BETTER JEYf Graduation 1961 tion. there can be no question of any negotiation whatsoever. Odds are that Prime Minister Ben-Gurion played it both ways while abroad. He may very well have asserted Israel's desire for peace, thus giving credence to the rumors and speculation surrounding the content of the Kennedy letters. But he was also extremely careful to insist that no "third party" would be acceptable to his government as a mediator in the Israel-Arab quarrel. A third party would circumvent the need for Arab recognition. It would also make more tenuous any agreements achieved under such conditions. There was thus a good deal more consistency in Israel's position than in the Arab reaction to the Kennedy letters. This is hardly surprising; for in speaking of Arab reaction one is inevitably forced to ask: "Which ones?' Jordan's threat this week with respect to Israeli plans for water development does not constitute a valid response to the Kennedy inquiry addressed to Hussein; although much is already being made to link the two issues. Neither should it be contrasted to the Cairo reaction in the form of its radio report; for both Hussein and Nasser have different axes to grind in.the Middle East. The only truly consistent thine emeraing out of the affair thus far is that the Israel-Arab cold war remains seemingly immune to solution, even at the best-intentioned and skillful hands of John Fitzgerald Kennedy. Higher Giving Standards Dewey D. Stone is a distinguished American Jewish leader. His deep concern over the .status of Jewish philanthropic endeavor in the U.S. these days should give us cause for anxious feelings about this issue. On the one hand, it is heartwarming to examine the S39 million budget o: the fewisfa Agency for 1961-62. On the other. Stone seems to be warning us that the figure hardly represents a realistic view of the Aaency's needs if its immlgrati and rehabilitation programs in Israel are adequately to be met. Thus, Stone is telling us that, in terms of its long-range responsibilities, American Jewry must begin thinking about higher giving standards. This is a suggestion with which local Jewish communities across the land heartily agree. I'VE BEEN thinking for son,, weeks now about our S ui cidal policy with respect tJ non-intervention, which i s Ian tamount to national, irnmoia tion. In easily understandable terms, this is like running a Model T in a race leaturins the latest automotive equip. ment. Only religion has the presumably enduring quality that can span mUlenia; and even religion submits to change for the sake of modernization and in the name of self-preservation. Does the U.S. consider non-inter vention in the same category as the "eternal" philosophic utterances of the world's principal spiritual leaders? If it does, then our nation is on the side of obtuse sentiment and in cahoots with Communists and fellow-travelers. For many are the latter who raise their hands in hallowed horror at the thought of intervention in Cuba to achieve the larger national interest; although it is interesting to recall that they were the most vocal proponents of intervention in Spain and the most outspoken critics of what they then considered our government's isolationist arms embargo. Certainly, the Soviet Union is not above intervention, as Hungary can amply testify. Only when it suits the Russian political aim does Moscow preach the morality of non-intervention. While il clearly absurd to argue tl 1 we adopt the Communists' ethical pre its, In the field of "realp litik" it is also mandatory thai • %  Model T -: %  -:• •:• A PARADOX fAHS TO ADJUST NONINTERVENTION % HOSE ALL-FORSPAIN hurrah boys have now swil %  tune without B A'hil I concern over their Inconsistency v we. too. had better switch our tune — before the orchestra h is pa up : gone home. Neither would ours be the dilemma ol in tency, but a ldng overdue revision in international outlook ;ed less on tear for the s atus of America's Image abroad, mainly by the Communists in any case, and more for the possil of democratic survival. The Eisenhower betrayal of Britain. France and Israel in 19 is a recent and cogent example of the folly of a policy of non-intervention in our time. Eisenhower's subsequent use of U.S, Marines in anticipation of filling the Lebanese power vacuum created by the decline of Camille Chamoun represented a paradoxical effort to re verse this policy. Here indeed, was inconsistency as crude as Communists' very own. Had Ike earlier recognized Nasser to be the essential Middle East culprit and at least not hindered the British French and Israelis, who did recognize it. today's history might very well be different. So. too. in the case of Cuba, where felly compounds national folly — even to the extent that we have given private citizens' groups the tacit right to speak for this government in its disagreeable and visibly embarrassed relations with Castro. Having failed to intervene because we were unsuccessful in our intervention, the natio: now approves Milton Eisenhower and Company as U.S. agents abroad. -:• ••• .;. ALTERNATIVE CONSIDERATIONS TO PONDER THESE ARE SOME of the painful and sometimes confusin. %  ments of what I have been thinking during the past few weeks while away from my regular writing chores. And traveling through the state several days ago, I pondered them some more. Admitted!] it was pleasanter to engage in random reason about nothing Examples: • Dotting the highways are the latest in snob appeal — homein massive projects called "estates." All faintly suggest an exclusive Anglo-Saxon aura, nominally at least, which is strengthened by the erection of massive and magnificent twin gates featuring the project's name. Beyond lie huge sand dunes, a lonely bulldozer, and occasionally an agent's office. (But where are the "estates," themselves?) • Our arrival in Lake Wales at an expensive "chalet.' whose reputation is based on dusty furniture not even suitable for thrift shop sale, ridiculous light fixtures mainly in disrepair and overlaid in their ancient and ornate patterns with equally ancient cobweb.-, painfully uncomfortable beds, almost humorously outmoded facil and. in retrospect, generally laughable accommodations — despite the fact that the laugh is on us. Here. I promptly examine the phone book for listings of Cohens, Cohns, Goldbergs, and Schwartzes as I did at the very same place several years ago — moments later upbraiding myself for not having left my Jewish sensibilities bi and palpably disturbed to find no such listings • Our arrival in Sarasota where, happily, the phone book has imple representation of Cohens. Cohns. Goldbergs, and Schwartzes. and where my heart expands warmly in response to do some camera rh On the Gulf, 1 si stakingly and fastidiously thi lund glass focusing screen at a seascape intended to look I ndrian — and find in the corner of my view the reverse ima equally avid photographer in the distance pointing his lens at me, • On the highways, I gleefully discover an "estatewith houses — literally thousands of them — nestling behind thi gates as far as the eye can see, and reminiscent of painful n boxes. Here is Individuality mass produced as onlj 0UI knows how. IMAGES ARE TENUOUS THINGS •Imust THEN THERE ARE the wonderful roads everywhere county, whenpotholes seem a chore for even the best '-: %  < axle And why not. since Hade pays for the best?) And the strange feeling in a Bartow restaurant thai all our : ';< %  '•'. diners look like Gov. Bryant—even as I repress an uncomfort able -ease of guilt that we have just driven through WattChula, IW W Carlton's hometown. And the friendly mosquitoes on Sanibel. which try to fill ,he void of no people, but which never succeed in biting as well None of this, as I say. concerns itself with intervention bul good deal more pleasant. Images are, after all, such tenuous imp* on which to sacrifice the nation's future. Abroad, it is the CommU ^, who paint our portrait in a ghoulish sort of way, and who havi a new canvas well before wc manage to erase the deleterious mipa ^ of the first one. At home, in our civil libertarian self-slaughter, paint ourselves no more gracefully. 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Friday. June 23. 1961 ft *Wc* nrrfrf/j r Pcqe J5-A IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU'T OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 6'C 5594 I PETITION i >F i • WINTi >N GAfc MANN' i Vdoption oi BTH ANNA AN] ERS N, NOTICE OF ADOFTICN PROCEEDINGS %  IN DAVIT) ANDERS) >N '.-•• %  Spa rt a Point l .-. timon Mary li n ir< hen by notifli d I hat • • na 'i I etition. r, R1C1 •. i., INTON GASTMANN, has fll< in n in the above-styled ci urt fi r :ion of th. mini qhild named rein and you are required to sh< w se why the sam< should not l nted by serving a ropy of ...lien defenses, if any, upon SHKV. :\ GOODMAN HOLTZMAN. Vt-J i, neya for Petitioner RICHARDv •INJTON GASTMANN, :!4X sevboid, lou'ding. Miami Si, Florida, and by filing the original thereof with the i '. Tk ..f said Court; on or before June 1961, otherwise a decree may be i,'ered against you granting "said adoption. WITNESS my hand and the seal of 1 court at Miami. Florida, this ?6th day of May, 1961. E B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, circuit Court. Dade County, Florida (Hal) By: HELEN KESSLBR Deputy Clerk 6/2-9-16-tt NOTICE 6Y PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 61C 5544 I AMES DiSTEFAN". i atntlff, IBS ANN DI8TEFANO, I • fendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE I HTLISS ANN DISTEFANC MaplewdM Avenue Gloucester, Massachus. Its y i PHTLISS ANN DISTEFANC en by notified that a Rill ol I i lalnt for I 'ivor. e has beei f I. --i yo-,1, and you an requiri copy of your Answer oi I ea i ii the Iti'l of Complaint %  i •' s Attorneys, STOLAR VN1 HNICH MO "1st Street. Mli Fla and rib thi :a • • r Pli adlng In thi offic. • %  : th, Cin t C rt PI I the 3 ••'. da> of Jim. I : so, Judgment bj del laki n against you foi the re; In I in and) .i In thi Bill oi i: %  i shall-be i I %  % % %  k i,-r four consecutlvi weeks i HE JEWISH 1LI iRII IAN NE AND ORDERED l I M a thta 26th day of May. A D %  B LEATHEEM.VV Clerk, It Court, Dade County, Florida |i i By: HELEN KESSLER Dej'Uty Clerk 8 2-9-16-93 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 52627-A IN RE Batata of J' >S 1 PH RANDAZZO l • ceased. NOTICE OF PROBATE THE STATE OF FLORIDA: I'D U.I. PERSONS INTERESTED IN KSTATE OF SAID DECEDENT V' i ;ir. hereby notified that a writt. nstrument purporting to he the t will and testament of said decehas been admitted to probatl In Court, You aie hereby CMn6 within six calendar months • date of the first publll no tin to appi ar i" BBld % %  %  %  -how cause, If any you can wl %  %  li n of said Co rt In admi' i\ n to pn bate should m I stand W F SLANT N i 'ounty Judge LOIS F 11ST iRl • Seal) Clerk [AYS & GRUNDW1 sea J i IT iindw, : tan H R Nl IAZZ • ; • %  %  -• ling %  i .: .. f thi* i .... ui June, • •-, mm MES'RY LEONARD ffxrf 'Ever since that movie, its all r've been doing -EGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 61C 6212 M •'. '•' \ Til LI :. .' ICK8< N, : .. ntllf, kMES D JA< KSON, Defi I CRDER OF PUELICATlON T' JAMES D. JACKSON, I.. • i nki %  • • v n hereb] n<>tiflei I y. ; %  anawer lo thi fi fill against you by t Norma Tl tiff's atti %  • '•'• Kent Ja eson :. I N.W Bth Streel Miai t he nal with thi • • rl rl n i i • • %  dgment by del enti • nsl j ..•• t Mia Florida, this !..,. i ( i n. .:•• %  : I i| ERMAN, Clerk ml • F seal) i ;• LNWAY :.. i",.-? k NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 'he undersigned, desiring t< engage in I slnesc unoer the fictitious nami of IVANHOE RESIDENTIAL DINNER SERVICE j.t 109! S W 23rd St., Miami Florida Intends to register said :•.. CW\k of the Circuit rl of l >ade I "i inty, FU rlda GOURMET MASTERS, INC I H< schel G Levy, Pre SCE FINK \ FORM \N m • Q irmel Masti ra, Ir.c. .' isressBldi •. .. • %  IN N THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORiDA. IN PROBATE No. 5290e RE '•"late of v \THAN B MELTZ I > ceasi ii NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors anil All PersonHaving Claims or Demands Against Ba t Estate: Tou are hereby notified and required to ptesertl any claims and demands which you may have against the estate Of NATHAN B. -MELTZ ileceased late of Dade County. Florida. :„ the County Judges of Dade County, and fill the same In their offices In mnty Courthouse in Dade ( on ty, I'll rida. within eight months from the date of publication hereof, oi the &am< INN A NELLY KER81 %  Exi trlx IRVING N \Ti: .N.- N At I in Av< I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW S HEREBY IVEN I I %  %  • • %  f 11 • %  I • — • t h ( %  111 i i na mi oi : FRENCH BAG SHOl i Roi : %  '... tent's i register si name with th< %  thi i r< II Court ol I di %  • NOVICE %  %  w |6tl Bti %  Miami Beach, Fit 11< .. MARK SILVERSTBIN .Attorney fi • Api Meant '; Lincoln Road* Miami Beach, Florida NOTICE TO CREDITORS •N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IS i\D -CR DACE COUNTY. FLORIDA. s PRfBA'E. \c. 52797. A N •. %  • •. %  wSE1 -:!.\:.\N %  Yo i ol ... • • • ii %  i i i .-hi • %  ; i nAy have aarainst thi estati IOI'IS SE1DERMAN ceased lati • • Dadi itj Fli >rlds Honoi sbli %  'ountj Judgi s < f I %  %  • %  • i intj am fib thi m< in their ofl i i. ; •.. %  '.• inty I "ourthous* %  I •..' %  • Ci untj. Florida, within • cal months fi om th< dati i.' thi first | bllcatlon hereol Said cla img oi %  '• %  :.ini~ ti contaIn tin li pal address .t the claimant and tl ARE HEREB? NOTIFIED to -,'\< a copy of your Answtr to the Complaint for Divorce filed airainst \o\i, on I laintiff's Attorneys, BERN.I I IN & MILLER. Congress Building, Mil n.i 32, Florida, and to file thi original thereof with the Clerk of the above Court on <>r before the 17th day of July, 1961, otherwlsi a Decree Pro COnfesSi .vill bl entered asainst you. Dated, at Miami. Dade County, i~. da, this Kith day of June, 1981. !' LBATHERMAN, Clert %  Iri it Court, Dade County. Floi'i ; I M CAVALARIS, l>. puty ch vii 8 16-2S-3 '.1/1 8-23-30 calendar the fi'-t %  •. •• -E COUNTY JUDGES CC c %  -ND FCR DADE COUNTY, r : -C=SiC-A. IN FROE i E No. 52925 C tl of ,SON NOTICE TO CREC TORS %  %  s oi !•• mi THE COL NTY .'s T %  E ? C I c -, AN=•: =. zz E c: %  --< %  FLCR D* %  > f = :£ i l ^ 52r-;-C N S NOl : ~^~' : ^ % %  %  • %  s or Demand* ;: t %  • %  %  :i :• %  • %  v .' • ereby notified a it .. % %  I i • %  %  thi NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitb us nami of A-l MKIMCAl, SUPPLY at 2261 S.W. 37th Avenue. Miami, Florida. intnds to reglatei said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JERRY LEWITT 6/9-16-23-30 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE CIUNTY IN CHANCERY No. €1C £6£7 %  INI \ LEE KURDYLO, I'. : XKV KITRDYLO, I • ten lant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION FRANK i, K;-'.: v ti -•.. %  > MI :. I f> Dlvorci hs been filei and %  r Pli % %  the R er Sir. '^ or II' • r before th. %  • fall I : • • • • %  NC T .CE UNDER F.CTiT:OUS NAME LAW NOT1C1 HEREBY GIVEN I • fi| dei Ing to engage In -%  • tltioos nami i I KEY REN1 -Y.Yis ..••-.'". %  I Key Biscayni Dadi i t v %  • mendi ti eg'.stei nami wltl lh< Clerk ol thi i mt> Florida STA> QSCHREY GEORGE, AiMES A.RITTER Atti ni .••foi Gi sta i Gschn y 1150 S.W. First Street Mian i 86, FJi rlda .... IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COtlfT IN MC PCR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 52362-C IN R] • state "f I :. KR1SAN :i IR KllISi (N 'NOTICE TO CREDITORS • %  and All P ns llav„j 11, mands Ag dnst Said %  ti by notified and re iulr. -. • claims and deni inda havi against th•BOR KRIS \N ;, h a 'IAIN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 52961-C IN RE: E '-tat. I I J IME8 JOSEPH FURNISH 1 i ased, NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Haying Claims 01 Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notifini and required t.' presi nl any claims i n.i demands which you maj hav against thi estati --: : JAMES JOSEPH FURNISS di ged lati "i Dad County, Florida, ti thi County Judges of I %  i nty, and file th. sami in thi li • ,. in the Ci int.. Courthousi Ir r>adi FI' rlda, within i • ihi .iat. of the flrsi lllcatioi he reel • thi i THOM. S F Fl'RMSS LEI VAR1 K1M1 %  • %  I N, tat. : s lati ol Dade ;..,.,. ;,. the Ci ut.ty .1 i I :• -• inty, and file thi san %  in the Count) Courtl „ i nty, Florida, within elzht oi ths from th. .late of the ilon hereof, at the same b< baned. \l EXANDER KR1SON, Exi cutor i an, Gi Idsteln & Pacslei Attornl • II \v. si Flagler St Miami, Floi Ida •' II -28.89. 7/7 %  • andi -, K and di • %  Ai.E.\.\NiT.K ELS4 • • i %  : % %  'ountj ry Judges ol ; • • the v., me In theli fflci Dad. A thin i Ighl i • .... of the flrsi I ••; % %  : r the sam< Wl 1 bl i %  •RMAN ELSON As Executor RIS ROBINSON & IStfEL, ESQS. • Fi .t. ral I uild ng 12, Florida 8/9• NOTICE UNDER %  ,tti • • IN JUDGE'S COURT L IN ^NDFO^DAD:E--CC^TY. '. ... TEN '. % %  '~ SA k 'VoflCE TO CREDl-C-S IN • %  '.' .-• %  %  : • -•• %  • • %  %  f, 2-f. -. •.:;= LN-ER r ;0US NAME f-v\ \, HE1 • I the and. %  %  ig t< engagi i .. thi • li ; h the Clerk of thi Dadi i ntj I %  • ... ;• %  .R] I .RATH N • %  N THE CCUNT> ..::E J CO. R -. ftNC r C' c :OE COUNTY, r =. z %  %  %  ---ZE-TE. N( 53034 A %  N •' • %  • %  cE ~c :-=.r c = s %  i Against Si %  • %  %  ... %  %  %  %  • • • %  %  th* H %  %  Atti -. .... %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA, IN PROBATE No. 52661-B IN rti ; • Estate of IDA MOSKOWITE I i • a-* NOTICE TO CREDITORS II reditors and All Persona Hav|DI Claims or I'.mands Against .-aid Estati You i ri hereby notified nMAN 1 ants n I Florida ,„ „. 8/9-16-83-30 %  S. 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m B %  iTviriay. June 23. 1961 Miss Levy Weds I Medical Student t. marriage ceremony Tuesday. 0, united sweethearts since fic.hoolfl days. Miss Harriet Levj and Stephen C. MargoMax Lipschitz officiated al p m. ceremony, which was by a dinner at the home of m's parents, Dr. and Mrs. Margolin, 3183 Sheridan ave., Beach. in marriage bj her brother, Levy, the bride, daughter ate Mr. and Mrs Eli Lev) ., white s.itm ballerinagown with scoop neckline n sleeves. illusion Ned fell from a tiara, earned her confirmation • with orchids and hlic-of the,\ Her pearl necklace was a m the groom. Sondra Levy I her sister's maid of honor. newly-wedded Mrs. Levy is I iate of Miami Beach Hih I e University of Miami, and I, to teach at Oak Grove FieI, s :..; %  > School. lU^hefrFlr rf.rltf^ m Page 9-B Goodman, Katz Plan August Rites An August wedding if being planned by Miss Henrietta Hope <;. ..idman and Hi rl erl Donald Katz. The I'ri'.r • bi is the daughter of Mr %  Raymond I. Goodman. H' : si Flamingo dr.. Miami Beach, and attended Sullin> College "I Bristol, \ %  ;, i nd the I'nii ol Miami. Her son ritj is Delta I'd; Epsilon Her fiani e is i iate of Wharion Schoi I he 1 mvi rsity of Penns; jvat Harvard Law School •. Walter K I: and Ihi lati ft'alti Katz. ol Glass port, Pa he is ; nej in Fl Lauderdale. MRS. STEPHEN MARCOUS Htr husband is also a graduate ami Beach High and the I'm I of Miami, and attended the I .ersity of Florida. His fraterI 5 Pi Lambda Phi. and he will I the medical school at the ) -.:> %  of Miami in the fall. a honeymoon in Nassau, I Ling couple will live at 435 rter., No. Miami Beach Gittlemans Go Abroad Mr. and Mrs Joseph Gittleman. of 5654 Granada blvd.. Coral Gables, an accomplishing two oh jectives on their tr;p abroad After a stop in Paris, they plan to take their son. Robert Stephen, to Jerusalem, when he'll enroll at Hebrew University Then, the (little mans will continue their journey visiting Greec Italj and Switzi i land, befi n reti rr p me. Miss Bramblett's Engagement Told Mr, and Mrs. William Clarenct McLemore, of Darien, (la announce the engagement of their daughter, Evelyn Kenan Bramblett. to Dr. Gordon Neil Gerson, son ol Mrs, Ethel Schonfeld Gerson, of Coral Gables. The future bride attended Emory University, Her fiance attended Culver Military Academy and is a graduate of Emory University and Emory Universitj school of medicine. His fraternities are Alpha Epsilon Pi and Phi Delta Epsilon. medical. He will serve his internship at the Districl ol Columbia General Hospital. Washington, D.C. The young couple is planning a fall wedding Rubin, Kessler Exchange Vows Mollie Rubin and Kenneth M. Kessler were marri I Wedncsdaj June 14, in Dr, Irving Lehiman's studj al Temple Emanu El Mr Kessler is a retired dress manufacturer from California and has a boine in Peekskill, N.Y The ceremony was followed bj a famil> reception at the home oi Mrs, Rose Fields, the new Mrs. K( lie s mother Vfter a honeymoon al the Diplo mat hotel, the couple will live al Indian < reek dr Miami Beach. MISS HENRIETTA GOODMAN Last Meeting of Season Las) general meeting of the season i o r Temple Zion Sisterhood was held on Wednesdaj at the Temple have a truly luxurious %  n z\pri :i banq u et at the exciting ... FaMW elegance £^ £\ \ ^ 16 at sensible prices! Compltt* fatenng FCll tiM *M t*t S| ecial Farly served In luC*f b tathlOA within o • '"'-' v. ., %  • gCCOUtt*. CONFIRMATIONS • RICtPTICNS WEDDINGS iANOUlTS • MIETINGS • PA.RTIU ATete tete cr %  itiOl* f~with 3,' | *. Fertigs to Live In California \: August wedding is planner. b> Miss Harriette Jacqueline Neuvvirth and .lack Michael Fertig. The future bride is the daughter | Mr. and Mrs. Phillip A Neuwirth. 3420 Sheridan ave.. Miami Peach She is a graduate of Lea: School am attet d the Universities nts an Mr an Mrs Israel Fertig of I • '..';: atti ed all %  %  i itj pKaiv M out matcMW facilities. anc p>p-rier.refl management %  M tupwth. trained stall, we can mvi an\ event lor much less than you cou'd imagine 1 ve! yot %  > M 0) IB the glamour nc fkciemenl ol Miami Beach's newest luxury hotel! Anc rememre -'>e-e il the SevilleI snedeon loi leu or a banquet Hi' DVM £ thousand cai be served Witt the TO 30th STREETS. MIAMI BEACH QDEAUVILLE .'. Dcrvised Kosher Catering Available I ._ COLORING. Catering Director t ( PHONIl UN 5-8311 ( %  > K Square Dance Sunday Sifterho %  '•" • • %  CATERING... DIPLOMAT ^Mnprtr-t Te. Reception*, BJIQU.H, Pertte*, Dinner* *rem 20 to SOOO cete'ed In the> r.nr,.r of the D.plomat n unhurried. #vr-*t1er>tive. eoM-sooken eer-vlce that ,nK •A tvini of your occaelon.



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PpH^^k^^^5^Pl^f| £$P? | |§|p 'llf (Jewish Floridian Combining THE JfWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Voiume 34 — Number 25 Miami. Florida, Friday, June 23, 1961 Two Sections — Price 2J Soviet Press Opens New Anti-Semitic Drive Jewish Agency Sets 39 Million for '62 Budget NEW YORK— —Allocations [totaling more than S39.000.000 for i: .ration and rehabilitation proed—by name j., i m Israel, for the fiscal year %  I _'. were approved last weeklend by the board of directors of rwish Agency for Israel, a I rr; i' r beneficiary of the United .. h Appeal. The funds, it was I ,, %  • meed, will be used for tran^i .ion. reception, absorption. I ng, agricultural settlement. |th< an and training of youth, in[stitutions of higher learning and I research, debt service and debt liquidation. PARIS—(JTAlu-A new and step pod up campaign of anti-Semitism and anti-lsra-li propaganda has beer launched in the Soviet Union. according to articles culled here Tuesday from the controlled Com munist press. The articles have appeared in 1'ravda Ukrainy. or jan ol the Communist Party ol the Vkrame. in Sovictskaya Economicheskaya Gazetta, and in the lead tag Soviet newspapers in Moldavia. I.atxia and White Russia. Russian Jews are being attacked address—as being "parasitical and nor. Socialist elements in tinSoviet community." Letters are being printed from "readers," accusing Israel ol us ng its security services of "espionage" and of "carrying out widespread reprisals against various peoples." The letters claim that the economic conditions arc such that 'the poor become poorer, while the rich get richer. Some :il the purported letter-writers ask :he editors to delete their names for fear their identity "would endanger our families in Israel." MMLY CUKtt POT HIGHER gMgj Eichmann Claims He Was Protector of Nazi Victims Arab League Threatens Force to Oppose Israel Jordan Water Project JERUSALEM—(JTA>—The Arab League's Supreme Deter-' Council, which has just concluded a series of meetings at Cairo, hade led to "use Icrce to prevent Israel's exploitation ol the .Jordan River lor irrigation of the Negev Desert." according to the Arab press, received here Tuesday. The Supreme Defense Council decided to confer a-am In two months to pick a "supreme commander lor an Arab joint command. >>r categories of allocations [apr uwn miuisi Tuesday against charges of master-minding the wholesale slaughter of Planned by the Arab rulers to pin ?_ ... .. noint the Jordan Kiver issue, ac tl.OOO.OOO European Jews. He began the presentation of a wellrehearsed version of his activities as a lower-echelon Nazi official deeply concerned for the welfare of the Jews being thrust out of the German economy by orders of superiors which he had no option but to obey. The courtroom was jammed < again with correspondents, many of whom had departed on other assignments after the first days of testimony against the former Gestapo colonel. Security precautions as tight as those under which the trial began on Apr. 11 were reim posed. Election Race In Hot Start TEL AVIV — (JTA) With the Austria Will Arrest Criminals Named in Trial point the Jordan River issue, ac cusing Israel of an "act of aggres>ion" in connection with its Jordan s( iU jomru ,,. and general River water project Some ... the )or „ Is Arab newspapers have Proposed d ,„,.,,. that President Kennedy be subJ ^ W|>ck „,. iected to "a test in regard to his -^ havt not ,,., good will, to lind out whether be I ... :_.:-... _r „_J;.I. .... Under tho careful questionir.^ by Dr. Robert Servatius, the chief defense counsel, Eichmann Continued on Page 9-A RECOGNITION Of ISRAEL CEH1RAL ISSUE Only Cabinet Can Decide On Arab Refugees -Meir ,l,ws threatened by the Nazis. Mrs Meir's reft rence to the refugees is being interpreted as a response to the Cairo Radio report last week that Prime Minister BenGurionhad agreed to a solution ol ,l,e refugee problem, which I resi dent Kennedy offered in a series of letters to Arab leaders prior to his trip to Europe I SALEM—' %  <' %  .. tries toward Israel. The Forco Without run Minister described the quiet given, M. Zaoui ,. o) |ht l le ol the Scandinavians when, from his porttWJJ h lor ring the Eichmann trial, w.lnesConservation ronaere Be. ,*, documents retold the sueocean Finance M—* cessful effort on the part of the H is dismissal was followed J 8candinaviaii countries to rescue i campaign agaiw VIENNA — (JTA) — Austrian authorities will examine carefully all testimony developed at the Eichmann trial in Israel, and will follow through by arresting all Austrian suspects implicated in war crimes as a result of such testimony, the government's two observers at the Eichmann trial announced here this week. The observers, Joseph Wiesinger and Leo Maier. returned here from Jerusalem. They pointed out that already two men named at the Eichmann trial have been arrested tor complicity in the murder ol with annihilation jews. respects Arab rights and Arab League resolutions." (Dispatches received in London Tuesday reported that the Arab League Economic Council, which has just opened at Damascus, has on its agenda an item dealing with "the necessity of the creation of Arab economic unity prior to establishment of political unity" i. (The Times of London said Tuesday that Tass, the Soviet government news agency, has reported an article in Pravda, organ of the Communist Party of the USSR, emphasizing that I the Soviet Union "values its friendship with the United Arab Republic and wants to develop Continued on Page 10-A announced their lists ol candidates. Virtually every settlement, town and village in the country held election rallies on Friday night and Saturday, while Sunday every auditorium and many makeshift gathering places in every city in Israel was the scene of one rally or another. The only party that has its I election list ready is the Cominunj ist. which has announced exactly the same candidates it ran in the previous national elections. Mapai Herut, Ahdut Avodah and Mapam are completing their lists The newly formed Liberal Tarty is making up a list representing both ; major components of thai group, Continued on Page 2-A One is Frank Slavik, Eichmann's bodyguard at Budapest, accused of helping Eichmann beat to death a Jewish boy suspected o< stealing some fruit off a tree in the garden adjoining Eichmann's Hungarian head quarters. The other is an exContinued on Page U A Knesset Adjourns After Ending Need for Exit Visas JERUSALEM—f the requirement for exit vivas will take ffect next Oct. 15, according to the new law. The pert authority law also met with the wishes of the World Bank which promised a loan of $27,500,0C9 conditioned on relaxation of Government control of the parts. The law provides that each port will have a degree of autonomy and each will determine its own Continued on Page e A



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Pooe IA • Jenistfkricf&r 1 : "> %  IU2S 41 Members or the 1961 confirmatien class oi the israelrte Center are first rcw .lei? to right' liscc Strezch. Jacqueline ScndJer Fobertc Gurrreninocher Sheilah H. Binerman Fem Weir-stem Susan Richardson Irene Pcmerantl end Karen Reiter. Second row ..left tc righl are Ronald Kctz. teacher Bemcrd 1. C-elbert co-chairman oi the board o: educat'cr. Mrs. Phillip Rjchman. chcirrocn oi children's uJNlfiM Rcrh; Merer. Mcdavsky, Cantor Louis Cohen Mrs. Benicmin Harris, president oi Doic Stem Sisterhood, and Sam Azrikan, first vice president of the Center. Ceremonies were heid June 11 at the Cenier. with Rcbb: Mclcvsky orictmc and Cantor Cohen rendering musical selections accompcnied by Hy Fried. Confirm en as received prayer books from Mrs. Kcrris in behalf of Dorc Stein Sisterhood. Cer* tributed by Gelber. cries were dia> Israel Election Campaign in Vigorous Start Geaittnued fr*m P*P 1-A th former Genera Zi( nislf &r sives Thi nUieiow group* -?- -:• r* ^rro*c en t list a^i H t*-v thai *-*ftr* te imittj r 4 !* -.* r'-ie>cs partie* on o-* • ce* — v net materiaKze. Five c-crs P* smell COT Tiyr.ir> par* *s ce— e><* mainly o* S*O-ans *-: --e '*r* < -* --cet *<•>$ n an e' LOVG-DUTANCI MOVERS r-cse < —; jl So-* pf £BPl r*'-.^T^v 7 ^! M*Y WR-UPS tw Tar* rw Jerri. P>ii.. sc-$ in —* iKnesset %  .•.-•.-: Pr.rr.< M ... %  • •. c:' tb< i iz ..tb< W -: : Mapj F %  %  % %  purposes x: B< riOE. or th< other I a closed meei poet* and other ••: ters thai in U n "sec more light in Israel. : "'" presi and *Titer trt or)} the r.'.ack sice Everj :;.-•.: oi recem Israeli his torj it being — %  into th ps — mi | tb< .-. L affair* Lavoi .v fir c nt has -Al Amur ...... t .-;.•:: grants • --•:... Mi • %  %  %  :: esters s • • %  %  ... the Mi PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. "Miami's Leading Memorial Deolers" wumn oi AM OAir JEWISH MONUMENT BUHDERS CATtmm a:..i ui ': rm m si :. £*-;.£ HMurni MR MMfTI l<*CVUW,ESTS AT LCW1ST Ft ;n IN vik : Only S35.CHD W-. *cs More? Buy for less at Palmer s and Save! i *cnumen'j Ci/seir crfe ir C. • C, Shcpi w.-thia 3 Dejil Oritt Named To Cedars Board • %  %  %  %  anon Hospital istar • ;• C Myen Cedars board chain ti is president :: Dwyer-Baker Electronic! Io< c Miami tool and d.( Dperai on He is a long-time contributor tc QM development cd :>r^*:. i.past cc-chi.r-ir c: OH Greater Miami Israel Bond mrnra. A member ci the board of •-• f % %  : < 0" i ---> ol Miami.Onti %  i -' %  degret Mason arc i ROOF LEAK? f 1 £ F. VICTOR row Let us repa'r it o* epply o rsw one. For free estimate phene: ACME ROOFING CO. 0X1-1321 *277 79 81 S01TTMWEST 8tf STREfT kwxl ft Corner or SJra 1 AveiiMt • Hi A**J1 I ptrstteWiti service of fhe blackstone flower shops where you get more for your money ... un 6-1233 24-hour service except rah he shone and yom ktppur Answerite, Inc. ramwMj MMPMMI an ci At /our Serv ce • DA> • EVEN NG • N GHT .'! THE ph a-d FR arv „ I t.. "" Call FR 3-5581 World Union Schedules Confab I Sc*c Report %  h far t i .,.., R ,. f gg Jum July to 12 rgest J •-" ^>';. ith a mtmber1.501 ^3 countries T-t I ted body is the • : : American Hebrew Conjrtgj ting of 620 Reform U n | %  States, C'ana. .Latin Amei :a. with a membershJj :.' DM n I %  n-cr fc^?*V CtCHCt mSCMFTION OPTICIANS FASHION CENTER Cr THE SOUTH U-eest Selection in Latest Styes fo* Men and Women ft (I 'tfttSO SPACl IH rfAf fOVV'fl/fVT TO iVSfS 72S LINC01N ROAD Cn •* Md Phona JE 8-0749 c:.. sn nts'ttrnois fueo :>VTACT ILHSES Robb! JesMi L Racbrj^ MS HOI U*. AVL, MHNKItl '•ci J! 1-JSfj WE ittSTAU GLASS wmm EVERY PI RPOSE\ ST01I F10TT PtATi iii WOW 5U ;| fr*itvre Tei ff-tc "--orjaW ftrsi/reriac A-rr Spttmtf 5 LIG. GLASS AND •• "OR WORK r^V* 1 it S.W. Ml ST. Ater-iC r t,„ Fl 1-1M) I "Trogressin^ with Oir Many Sclirfec CastomanT AJWT1U LOCATMM Ml TOVt CC*Tir IKI COULTON BROS. TEXACO A0TI MISJLlil -Mr. -IAMT • -norCCH-C-I Wcy ft S.W. 27th Av. INSURANCE-i ONE STOP AGEN^ JftoELIY—FURS—MISCE'...A'>[C..'l L0TEtl AffTMMMII LIAVIUTr A ** %  :*• DAIAAAI Ltaiiti *• awst r*** %  ***' Tk AMCT tk* CAN *T *l! toa*t m rom oorw am; "It C> At f c*" i>iFw.iK fKSURANCE AGENCY. INC. u: HE NEWSI w MfUOFCJM aaaaHi mt emm %  CORL. MOI A F'.MiLY TR'.PITION Be %  %  Mr. M .• %  < • r ^; %  m K'E\"ORlAL CHAPE.S u* —.I tV| str lan MAM aa



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R3&S9S9HKI SBnHaHn 9 Friday. June 23. 1961 +Jc*i*lfkri of five programs on hate m< ments in New York's Harlem, I scurrilities which had reach I only a few thousand wen C veyed to millions of televisi viewers. Leaders of the hi.u ganizations used the bn adca as proof that they were beci :r.. highly influential. Members defamed groups, silting in In own homes, heard themselves i iligned and knew that these c ards were likewise reaching ;i neighbors. When such matei is circulated, it reaches peo susceptible to bigotry who, from being repelled, discover whom they may turn for mo-a servings of intolerance. The mass media are powerfjl instruments for promot.r.g gi will between groups, for mah bigotry unpoplar and tor foster a climate of opinion when ir. tolerance cannot flourish. Tr potency, however, rests upcr. th own freedom to decide what > newsworthy, and their indep dence from censorship. How the media can frustrate dividual bigots is a difficult pr. %  >km, especially when by deli %  rate trickery these publicity seekers make themselves newsworthy. One of their latest devices is > take advantage of radio progra which broadcast voices comi over the telephone. In Missou in the summer of 1959, t i method was used to quote a p >fessional hatemonger, gi\e his i dress and encourage people subscribe to his periodical. Fir illy, the popular radio commentat >r realized that his program was being exploited and was do more harm than good. Thereafter, he cut off the conversat as soon as a bigoted statement was injected NEXT WEEK: Dealing with Rabble-reiser i. SAM LEVITEN, Agent Bekm* Van Lines to West Coast local I Long Distanca Moving t Storaga Full or Part load Fraa Estimates FR 9-7654 ATIAS MOVING t STORAGE WAREHOUSE DAY & NIGHT PHONE SERVICE THE WOMAN IN BUSINESS Hi lira bliatnemltke provision for her tutor*, Aak about ttie Metropolitans Income Hun for women. NAT GANS 3200 S.W. 3rd Aveswe, Miami Wioi.es FR 3-4616 or W t-fW Vets' Children May be Helped Children of deceased peace-time I veterans may be eligible for or: phans' educational assistance, Veterans Administration officials said ; Wednesday, providing their vete, ran-parent died of disease or injury incurred or aggravated in line of duly during active service. The program, originally called j the War Orphans' Education Assist-, ance Program, was amended by %  Congress to include those children whose deceased parent had served 'in the period just before or after World War II, and since the Korean j Conflict, with no service in actual war periods. Full information on any phase of I the program may be obtained from 1 any VA office. C. W. Boggs. officer in charge of the VA Office at 984 W. Flagler st.. Miami, said. L'chayim!.. To the American Quality of Greatness! DON'T MWT YOU* POOL TilYOU CHECK MAGNA-BOND POOL COATINGS! WR mEN 3-YEAR GUARANTEE 4 FOR WU DETAHS CAU OR WRITE L* 10t We* 2Sth STREET • H.ALEAH • ^9721 American ingenuity created the largest suspension bridge in the world! Unsurpassed skill, tlie masterful blending of Ameri. fa 's greatest whiskies and spirits, gives today a Lord American skill created the world s finest tasting whiskey! Creetoess ZSSmj drop. Our pride is in exery bottle. ra's greatest Calvert the rare combination of delicate yet definite liElitness...a soft mellowness never before achieved ttruly superior flavor. The American Quality of TPRD CALVERT ...the L'chayim Whiskey!



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Fiiday. June 23, 1961 +Jewist> fhricffan Page 9-A Eichmann Says He Protected Victims Continued from Page 1-A proceeded to spell out a picture of his Gestapo activities as one of overriding ccpce-n for Jews being forced to em' 3 rae and to help them get a secure foundation for ihe future. lei ritorj f ews a %  '.• house Th came to him. he -a. after mann replied: "I v. under oath." Fj ges lliat Bichm i been more extreme in his anti-Jewish activiThe defendant, obvi nner ties than Hitler and that in I >i than in his appearai lie lishe violated orders ol his %  tening to the procase, officers. he did not wis take an Eichmann spoki ii lei on the Bible, sinci ltd not complicated bul nmaticallj belong to any church, but ti.at he reel sentences in marked I ll >1 thai "a realistic was a "I liever in God to his confused an ingrai required ar autonomous j idge Landau Eichmann lcal phrasing in his i rsed take the oatl .... form interrogation by Israeli p \. %  i consi ler bit ling." after he was : E nann thereupon "by described the ris itler I e '""."" ":"'' %  ~ Jewisl G ringing a rumble of surNazi '•'•'> l power. Aftei si state !i cil d the fact that pri E and resentment from the Germany began i in victori a At recent installation ceremonies of Congregation Yehudah uhl( Ht r/1 Preferred Pal itine as ma de up mainl: iurth *'•' %  "which ,vas forced i nanns Gestapo la Germany," th< Nazis began to think of themselves as all-powerful and initiated evil actions. Mosbe are (left to right Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz, spiritual a Jew sn homeland, he had agreed : Eichm leader; Joseph Rosenfeld, outgoing president; Henry Gilbert, to an al:c: nat Vt -' mely Madabors. :ew president, v/ho receives gave! of office; and Sam f. Heimcn, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, guest of honor. gascar. Eichmann said he had recommended Madagas ir to hi, superiors as an ansv, „-r. Miami Students Degrees Gen. lisenhower Named • .;' I'ichmann's first state*-as a charge that he had He asserted that this was a been kidnaped by Israelis in tragedy over which I had no InActing under or effect j Buenos Aires and "forei to sign fluence b e c ause %  %  my lowly rank Jewish emigration at .!i costs, he the statement that he voluntarily and P^ 11 1 1 He said he saw no contradiction beaccepted trial in Israel. He testinot foresee what the Nazis ii tween aiding Zionism, which also tied that he had been chained to a cd l0 do l the Jews at the time fostered emigration, and expulsion bed by his captors and asked by he joined the party. of the Jews from Nazi Germany, i one of the "commandos" to sign Under questioning by Dr. ServaIle described himself as ad;ho statement. He said he coun-jtius, Eichmann said he repeatedly Wirr Dparpp-u lover to Argentine police and that "ont line but was refused. Tne> sed. He said' questioning was based on docu__ed from his merits in Eichmann's personal SS manner of pained he bonds and a ^' a n ^ to sign, addtile. which had been submitted by added that he regretted to say in ,hat tnis cannot be regarded the prosecution, one of them was that some departments in the Nazi M a act of free will a recommendation tor a promotion D„;„i. „. i. i tor Eichmann in the SS because tie Reich not only did not cooperate. Before ^j^g his question ; .. hecured va i uable pro perty for but even torpedoed efforts at j ng# Dr Servatius made brjef \^Zny." a re ,, ren J t [ hc proseintroductory statement to the efculion had saiil meant the billions feet that "Two worlds face each n property sold trom the Jewish other here — the world of sufvictims of the ;az: TiCIOCau&T. Irtes who received baccalaureate directors of the American Heart feeding the process erf emigration, !0 Argennne pon and graduate degrees at Brandeis !"„ and no Zionist car complain I this Request was refusi I erslty'i tenth commencement |ever was a hindrance." Showing a "5_-, wa !_,if e ?. : 5 e !^? J se t Rockwell, Nine Of the on June ll. An climated 6,900 persons a ti ed 'he graduation ceremonies ontheu m versitiy'sWaltham.Mass., HencSlffien Fined campus, and heard l.S. Sen. HubertH Humphrey(D-Minn.) assistNEW ORLEANS-(JTA>-AmercES^^ 1 ^ S^SSS^S^'JSS r\ N i! Z J"?' le ? d K e ?!"* Eichmann cited the stand of run, ,fjus "stormJoachim Wl „ Rlbbentrop< ,.. Nazi major obtter refused gres to transfer h other counpt them Awarded the Bachelor of Arts troopershave been found guilty p^Un Minister as a j i were Miss Alyce Y. GoldyI unduly alarming the public and stac i e because the latt berg. 6146 Pinetree dr.. Miami 0 f conspiring to breach the peace L, allow the emigres while picketing a local theatre funda withoul whic| here last month durmg showing | ,. ic< ref|lst u [0 acct of the film "Ex3dus The ten Beach, and Charles S. Kamen, 2166 St. Goldbern. daughter of Mr. Vis. Charles Goldberg, is a Nazis were given varying jail psychology major at Brandeis. She terms, \ is a number of Gilbert and SulliRockwell, who was sentenced to van Society, the Spanish Club and JO days in jail and fined $100 was Chorus. A graduate of Miami Beach: released under a S 1,000 bond to ap High School, she attended New pear in court in his home town of STorfc University in 1959-60. Arlington, Va.. to answer charges Kamen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hen-• of failing to pay alimony. Three 1. Kamen. was a Dean's last stu-1 of R 0c k W eU's "lieutenants." indent at Brandeis. President of Stu : secretary of dent Council in I960. Kamen was v *" also treasurer of Student Council 1 the Party, were given 4o-day jail and a class representative during sentences and fined $75 each. The hilour years. He was active on: 0 ( ncr s j x were sentenced to 30 t:i. emergency public Integrationk m j ail and {ined $:50 eac t,. committee and the committee for a sine unclear policy. Kamen majored in sociology and was the recipienl of the Richard Welling At this point in the testimony. Dr. Serva'ius submitted a report by Joseph Kennedy, then United States Ambassador to Britain, quoting von Ribbentrop as asserting that Jws were without exception pickpockets, murderers, and thieves and that all of their assets and properties had to be returned to Germans to whom it "properly belonged." The Kennedy report had been previously introduced by the prosecution. erers and the world of the rulers, the sufferings of the victims and the power of tyranny." The West German attorney added that the machinery of the Naii dictatorship would be described in Eichmann's testimony, which would also cover the status and position of Eichmann in that machinery. Eichmann said "this wa a mistake by my superiors." He described as "a standard sentence" a comment in another document on his "toughness" in carrying out his duties. In testimony designed to demonstrate his humane attitude. Eichmann said he applied for permisDr. Servatius continued that "the 1 sion to study Hebrew under a defense will show that the defenrabbi so that he could read a Y;djdant's activities followed from ordish paper published in Warsaw, ders of the leadership and. from He said it would have been the point of view of the defendant. : simpler to have had the rabbi arw ere the inevitable result of those. rested and ordered to teach him orders." Hebrew, "but I wanted it other Dr. Servatius also asserted that | wise." He said he applied to his the defense would prove that there superiors for an allocation of three was no truth in prosecution charmarks an hour for such instruction. was on the yearbook staff and re01 Miami Beach High School, he' ship. tS^jSASJl '• % %  j NOW-FULLY AIR-CONDITIONED I S/S FLORIDA 3-DAY CRUISES FROM MIAMI TO •. An air of high drama marked the courtroom as presiding Judge Moshe Landau set the stage for I Eichmann's testimony by ordering him to stand up in his glassdock. As the j amrod-stiff at-' tention. Judge Landau told him he had four choices as a witness. He could make a statement in his own defense or decline to testily. If he chose to speak, he could do so under oath or without it. but if he chose to testify under oath, the prosecution was thereby given the right to cross-examine him. Eich—— — ———————— % %  ( Anne Frank Chapter Meeting Anne Frank chapter of B'nai B'rith Women held a meeting and card party at Park Lane Cafeteria, Coral Way. on Tuesday noon. 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E3iBS£3HflHGBK Friday, June 23. 1961 + b-*UMhrirKw Page 3-B I* %  %  *< .* At recent installation ceremonies of the Senior carry the flag of Israel. Rear are Joseph Citizens Assn. of Miami Beach, Mrs. Charles Mintzes and Louis Applebaum. sergeant-atHall and Joseph Goodman, assistant vice presarms. Goodman was installed president of ident of Washington Federal Savings and the civic organization in ceremonies held at Loan Assn., carry the American flag as Comthe Algiers hotel, missioner Charles Hall and Mrs. Lena Mintzes Mrs. Harris Takes Office Mrs. Bon Harris was installed as i resident of the Dora Stein Sister\H od of Israelite Center last week. Former Sisterhood president, Mrs. William Diekson. vice presioi the Florida Branch of Nai unal Women's League, conducted ihe ceremony Rabbi Morton Mala%  ky. president of Greater Miami inical Assn.. and spiritual r of the Israelite Center, was gi est speaker. fficers who will serve with Mrs. rris are Mesdames Hyman KirsSylvia Golin, Hyman Goreseti n, and Philip Richman, vice presidents; Sidney Katziff, finan. secretary; Ben Sirkus, record* iisecretary; Albert Winston, corrsponding secretary; and Ella !• ; Ian, treasurer. ; rd of directors include Mesdames Louis Bennett, Kat< Graham, MRS. SEN HARRIS Robert Richardson, William Dickson, Lewis Pomerantz, Edwin Peretzman, and Etta Rogatz. Physician Opens Hollywood Office :Donald A. Bennan announce. opening of offices in the Hollyid Hills Professional renter. 921 3 ave., Hollywood. Fla. Berman received his early I .ration on Miami Beach, his BS f m the University Of Miami in ... and an MD decree in 1937 from Tulane University. He served hiinternship at the Walter Heed Army Medical Center. .it'll was then assigned to the .Martin Army Hospital Dr. Berman is married to the former Lee Sherman, of Miami, and lives with his two daughters, Lynn and Maria, at 4201 Fierce St., Hollywood. Special Program At Lido Spa The Glamour • Teen finishing school and weight reduction propram being offered by the Lido Spa on Venetian Causewaj is nowopen to all girls on a day-only schedule. Man) teen-agers here who preferred to live at home have requested the program be open to them. Mrs. Edith Zipp. who is supervising it, has arranged a spceial rate for the entire eight weeks. For five days a week, local girls will be joining the out-of-town body in a morning program devoted to Lido Spa swimming and sporting activities. Lunch, under the supervision of the dietitian, will be loli lowed by finishing school classes. Local girls will also be able to join the bowling and dance sessions. as well as University of Miami concerts with resident students, Day students will participate in the formal graduation, and if they wish. may go to Nassau with the >tulf after graduation. Mrs. Zipp is well known in the fashion and (harm school fields. She is The Jewish Floridian fashion columnist. Classes begin on Monday, .June 26. and the course efficially terminal' s on Aug. 20. The GlamourTeen students will be in Nassau on Aug. 18 and 19. YOUR FIRST COURSE is ready < %  ] with a flip of the PERFECT FOR LIGHT IMMER MEALS VITA HERRING makes the most exciting first w you've ever served. Tlie tantahzmg aroma ofVita Hng spices aloneisenough to sharpen tft""*^?^ bite L fillets rtiemselve* ^.invsK.!.!.-...'>"' !" onion rings and cream or wine sauce, wnai a tangy. robust flavor! What rao>to-serv< convenience! Get Vita Honing at your food store dairy case. Exclusive Distributors for the South Edelman's Boneless Roast Turkey Kol If Not Available at Your Local Jobber Contact ISRAEL SAUSAGE CO. 230 M.W. 5th Street. Miami, fla. FR 30721 FR 3-4225 fVJOBE PEOPLE USE refreshing, calorie-lree E8 jBHBTB mi** SWIM! THAN SUGAt TIT NO FOOD VAIUI Recommended b doctors .-. d.ibel'cs. ovn*e>gi'ts md to catI one diets. Use lor beverages. desserts cookinf. Pure. Completely harmless. 6URHTffD NON.-FATTf NWS AT "FOOD STORia VWVWMtM the heat's on.*. COOL OFF WITH in nin\i:*s LOW-PRICED FANS OUR OWN 20" CAPRI ADJUSTABLE R0LLAB0UT FAN There's no excuse for sweltering during these hot summer days. when you can own this multi-purpose rollabout for so little! Powerful G.E. 3-speed motor has rubber mounted props for guiet operation! Snap-out grills full 5-year over-the-counter replacement guarantee! Electrics, fifth floor miami. At all five Burdine's stores.