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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
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 )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Jewish Flor idiaxi
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
1
-e 34 Number 30
Miami.-Florida. Friday. July 28. 1961
Two Sections Price 20
STIFFEST SENTENCE YET IMPOSED
'ockwell Henchmen Get Hard Labor Eichmann Trial
JUSTICE MPT. STUDYING U.S. NAZIS
PACE I A

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. ,. ..... ... flic is involving Rockwelhtes in
IN, rON Va A Virginia Judge ha. imposed oa two strert .iterations and arrests as
Swell's Nan itorm tnwpan sentences of a year each well a- the sentencing ol a third
. m eoovictioa of chargea of aaaaull and batten against Naii and the formation of an Ar
lington Bmergenc) Citizem Com
mittre with the avowed intention
11 wish boy.
. tiffesl lentence yet
ii ct the Rockwell-
li gthj record of
the law it ^> the
a huh the Nazis went
i laims of < zeroising
f free ipeet h by pro
to -i ii) American
..is t hambt I and
.. 'I "ui a physical as
Ends
as
Court
Juvenile Court Judo* Hugh
Creecjer imposed the sentence*
on Robert Garber, 31, and Rich-
ard Brawn, 26, the miximum per-
missible on n assault and bat-
tery conviction The victim was
Rickey Farber. Garber and
Brawn wore arrested July 11
ftr the boy's father swore out
warrants against them.
of finding legal wavs to nl the
Virginia cit) ol Rockwell, his
headquarters, his itormtroopers"
and their barracks
Judge n eg, r declined to hold
Garb, i and Bratin for grand jury
action which would require a wail
until nexl October II. ruled there
is uffi, H nl \ idem i lo press
Continued on Page 7 A
Slates Recess
10-oar CtOSS FXAA1INATIOW CVEP.
PACE 11 A
Kennedy Letters to Arab
Leaders Rapped in Senate
ON .11 V Three
.! a question on the
i .. k nl whether
a- embarking
ooing the Arabs
. ..
Si neth Ki atii Neu York
qu, ttioned l'i eaideot
\, i it, i to Arah rub rs
at ion of Arah refugee*
la- I hi recent i secutive CM part
lii.i" i to furnish rockets
j;. fluted Arab Republic. Sen.
h, -. ii in recced rocket < pi
Isod, appeared another attempt
'.( woo "hi Iriendship of the Arabs
(" i i i oncessiona."
on the Arab ref
11 said the 'only
i solution is the resettle
in *rab territory
Yet Ihi In -:d. nl l II doe? nol refer 10 resettlement
1 peak* onl) of repatriation
mpensatKMi He ejpaca-
whether the shipment of
b> the i s to Nasser
lie cause of Neai Eastern
pi i
Sen. High Scott, Pennsylvania
Republican, stated it was "dis-
turbing" to read President Ken-
nedy's letters to Arab rulers on
repatriation and compensation of
Arab refugees. He said "reset-
tlement" wa snot even mention-
ed. He ashed: "Does this omis-
sion represent a change of view
or repudiation o* former policy?"
Sen Jacob K Javiti \i York
Republican, called on Congress to
restore to the foreign Aid Bill a
polity statement against Arah bias
affecting American citizens He;
-.nl Congrees should not abandon |
an anti bias niraxin in tin pend '
ing legislation because "in tht J
present Near Bast situation, omia
sion of char language could easily |
be miasaaderstoad and taken as
encouragement to intensify dis-
crimination against American cit-
i/oiis
Sen Javita criticited President
Kenned) omission of reference
to "resettlement" of Arah refugees
in the President's letter to Arab*
Continued on Page 3 A
SCN. JACOB JAVITS
. criticiiei omission
.1ER1 SALEM (JTA i Adoll
Eichmann, who Is charged with di-
g lh< Nazi annihilation ol 6
000.000 Jews in Europe, Mondaj
finished testifying on his own he
hall .a his trial here He has bei n
on the witness stand for 29 days
in the same glass-enclosed, bullet-
prool cubicle where he haa beei
sitting since the trial started on
Mr 11.
You ima, i mplet<
testimony, presiding Jus1 i
h.- Landau loM Ei< hmai after
urn mil nii t him briefly. I>>
Ii wy, r Dr Robert S, rvatius then
i inti the next sit i hich coi
->ti m German and Austrian courts bj
I1. t< nse i'i" -si d ho wou i
n m, to i-r." I to lestifj Ml >'i
it. sr witnesses, former Gestapo
men, feared arrest in Israel it thej
were t>> conn here in person Up
n the completion ol reading Um
Continued on Page 6 A
CJFWF Group Confers in Israel
On Needs of the Country
JERUSALEM(JTAVA series of consultations between members
of the overseas delegation of the Council of Jewish Keiler.ilions and
tVelfare Funds and top government officials and leaders of American
-upported philanthropic agencies in Israel has just been concluded
it was announced here by Irving Kane. Cleveland. CJFWF president
and hi ad of the delegation, prior
Arabs Unveiling Another
Section at United Nations
NATIONS (JTA) The formation of a new to-called
ib Delegation." dedicated to the termination ol the on
tpation of 80 percent of the territory of Palestine b>
' aa announ, ed hero this an eh
ncemenl was made in
to his return to the I nited States
Kane indicated that he expected
i series ol recommendationa on
immigration, absorption, voluntar)
fund raising here and m America,
ami th, deepening ol mutual under
standing, to emerge as result of
ihe discussions, which will be pre
sent.'! lor approval and ictioi bj
ister Yosef Burg, Labor Minister
Giora Josephthal, Foreign Minis-
ter Golda Meir. Agricwltwre Min-
ister Moshe Oayan, and Educa
tion Minister Abba Eban.
.ii wish Agencj representatives
included Moshe Sharett, cha
of the executive of the Ji h isl
the organized Jewish communities Agency: A L Pincus, th. new
ol the l nited suite- and Canada treasurer; Mcshe Avidor directo
1 i ation signed by one
Who calls hiiiis, II
ii n preaaotaUve of the
' D, I. Btion." Little
" r, aboul Mr Nakhleh
' he claims to be I ref
"rectifying the injustice inflicted
on Palestine and its population
since 194t."
'our tarvanl hop*." be stated
is that a peaceful solution ol the
at the annual General Assemblj ol
the CJFWF .ii Dallas Ti ^ in
November
Government officials who took
part in tho talks each in a
separate discussion with the
delegationwere Prime Minister
David Ben Gunon, Finance Min-
ister Levi ItJtkei, Welfare Min-
,'oneral; Moshe Rivlin, secret! >
general; and a number ol others
responsible especiallj i>r th,
ation absorption agricultural
-, ri. in. "i housing, and other a*
pects ol the \ 11 > > s work Also
participating were the i in ctors
and stall- ol th.' JDC Ml
Continued on Page 8-A
Cornell Prof
Justifies Israel
On Missionaries
ITHACA. NY lJTA ["he
n >i nt In uble over a fui
church in Jeru-alt m ne 10
he seen against .. .'! r back-
ground in order that the inci lent
be prop, i ly understood Pi
Milton K Konvitz (old !>'-' au-
dit IH at Cornell l'n:\er- t here
on Tu, s,
The speaker .>n authority "ti
American constitutional la and
Professor ol Law at Cornell said
[that Israel was not uniiu in being
..ware ol a missionary problem.
In many countries tlarougfaout
\sia. Alnca and Latin America.
governments have been concerned
Aith missionary activities and
some nations have imposed legal
oi extra-legal restrictions on tbe
admission and activities .,i Christ*
,..n missionaries.
The attitude of these countries
is well reflected, said Prof. Kon-
vitx, in the following statement
of Ghandi: "If yow (Christian
missions) feel that the Indian re-
ligion is also trwe, though, like
all religions, falls from perfec-
tion, and you come in a brotherly
spirit of helpfulness to cement
friends lip then there is room
for you here. But should yow
come here as the preachers of *
new gospel to an 'unenlightened
people." then, to the extent that
I am interested, there is no room
for you."
it.- position said Prol K o n-
\it/. was reflected in a statement
made to him two years ago bj an
African leader himsell a Chi islian,
who said that his African i untry
would welcome Christian misslona-
i s who would come .is phj iicians,
pachers or in whatever other ca-
pacity, as Ion .i- thej would come
render productive service, but
Continued on Page 3-A
' '' ne claims io nr a rei > iii.n |"i"i -......... -.. -
""' Palestine It is under- Palestine problem will be found
ince 1048, he has lived compatible with international law.
' Mmc m Argentina. He with the Charter of the t nited Na-
| n the United States Since tiOfjl and the Charter ol Human
he Juan Peron regime. Rifhta, and not oa the basis of the
N fait accompH resulting from the
cm. 1 i'*,*d m h'* nnown- unji.st.fied. illegal occupation and
'7 *, -* power pohUcs"
copy announcing formation of his
ktaarian to Secretary General The formal letter continued by
Jha United Nations and to stating: Palestine as of ri^ht
heads ol all missions accredited should be reeo-ni/ed a- I demo
't the UN. In his formal letters cratic -tat. where all Palestinian
6 *" UN Secretary General he Arab- and Jewi DM] live in peace
wad thet "the obiect of the as lellow citizens without any ills
"Ration is to cooperate" with crimination on grOUBdl Of race
n o.g.nj of the UN toward rt-ligion or peilitu-al belkff
Goldmann Reports on Russian Jewry
PARIS --i.lT.Ai A somber picture
Of recent developments in the life
of Jews in the So\ let Cnion was
presented here this week by Pr
Nahnm Goldmann. He drea lhal
picture in a report for the World
Conference of Intellectuals which
met lure under his chairmanship
last September 10 evaluate the
situation of the 3,000,000 lews in
the USSR
During the last 12 months. Dr
Goldmann reported 13 synagogues
i have been closed in the Soviet
[Union. He listed the cities when
.I. wish bouses of worship ha\i shul
as staiir.o Kasaviurt and Kobuleil
in Dagbestan, Saratov R, /ii I
Kremenchug, Poltava Veliki Luki
Soroko, Novograd-Volinak, Kamin
ovits, Tukkum (near Riga), and th,
Ruaskaya Street s^ <
Czernowitz.
In general, the report said "no
signs of improvement" in the re
ligiovs life of the Jewish com-
munity in Russia could be found
since the Paris conference, nor
has there been any "distinct im-
provement" in regard to Jew-
ish national or cultural life in
the Soviet Union.
Sum th. I!**) conference had
requested th. Soviet authorities to
;< i | .'hi ation of .'i wa wishing
to reunite with their families in
ittai countries, Dr Goldmann
Continued on Pact 1C-A



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ma le iomi igo
by Richard Niebuhr, le i ling
le County Commissioner Chorles 'Chuck i Hall and Mrs i the United
. to contribute $7,500 toward the construction of a Stati rtian
in the Neqev region of Israel that will prim oily forts to con-
. ; : The clink will be established under
01 of Kuput Hjlim. medical division or Hifttadrut
i] fedaraUon of labor. Shown are CommiiOBT
Irvirl : S iks. chairman of the Histadrut joard in
ich 'left ; and Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual -?ader of
Beth Sholom Conqre-
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I will visit Israel
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?on to the fact that sop-e of fn
important church bod<* hav
adopted resolutions not to pro-
selytiie 101009 children uode- 13
years of age, but this, too. he
said, represents today orly a
minority point of view. Marry of
the Christian sects go in for
soul-searching" without regard
to the youthfwlness or immaturi-
tyor senilityof the "prospect.''
It wai especially -:i<* icti ...--
among children in Israel thai was.
said Prof Kom Its, pro* oe itw if
criticism and even, in ioma
ir-. of itreng
raei today there a r e roo
Catholic missionaries
about 30 different orders u I
Hi Protestanl missi iries
in.j to IS -.i--- .ir ii
th< speaker emphasized T
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in ?* ns and neighbor!) ods w
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1 in Israel, too But the
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srage hard ^o the ananimity of
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: the trial dial might have oeer. ex-
A :.oie examination o: newspaper cover
>ws thai Eichmann was in many ways
beast: faring me course o: us delense
- i -:- Hausnn from me s:c:rr c: his prot-
ec-jiian toe ties State o: Israel and the Jewish
people irus car. be only pariy explained by
c.e-ar journalistic decision that Eichmar.r.
man would rnaka tax oe".er reading than
iscer'a moral conclusions about mn-Sei
be: tot me .: ol tature ger.e:-;:.
az : the edification oi history.
The virtual hnpaseivenaes of Lcl-.m arm's
z. -/o.-ess.cns. so closely icnitinised by
oameras tymboused hii determin-
er, to remain as firm in his de:lara:.ons of
mce as were the Nazis thorough in then
- .-. of the Jewish problem '
That Btchmann cog in
nonstrous machine draws easy laughter
memory But
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was.
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MIDDLE EAST PLAYTIME
The Moon in a Barrel
The court decision to grant me Chaesidun
of Brooklyn theix own :.". in the environs o:
Spring Valley, N.Y.. appears or. its :j-e but-
prising
On the one hand I iim ore a
: answer :o the repeated 11 that
igion in our time seems weak and withoul
purpose I b BrookJ
group ere vigorou eii intent to live c
accord..-.5 to 1
Orthodox and op:.
Or. the otl tends
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Continued from Page 1*
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Throuchct the reading o* the
depo'Hon, Cr. Servatius tried.
in each instance, to pick and
choose 'rem the sworn testimony
these passages wh'Ch he deemed
favorable te the defense. How-
ever, Attorney General Gideon
Haos-ier immediacy erocsht
other portions cf the same depo-
sitions into the court 'ecc-;*
often ecm.ng up v. .th testimony
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welec head c: the Terr.pie s ours-
Dr. 3er. L Fabric pres sunced Miss
Brick's this week. Tne new school a*ec?c: has
been in the I g profession fo the paei eich: years. Reg-
..;-.. being accepted al Net Tai
'New' Hitler Book Shows He
Dreamed of British Alliance
M Si :h JTA :
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d onqui si [ the World 1 :
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world scr" inarion. Fearing
B- -(ii naval povtsr he wanted
.;- a nee between t two n-
fic-.s enpecting Italy to |oin later.
Once this was achieved. Hitler
p'anned to make the rest f H>e
world a giant German colony.
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tre "final *o u'ion of the Jew
ish problem-complete annihila-
tionwas known only to a limit
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Former SS Man Hangs Self in Jail
daw bjr
around
BERLIN JTA \ ,., an inqulrj ibout ( ewocb end of the sheet to a m
former ss it...-. Erich Gnewoch. to learn whj was led with .. and the othei nto a
l"~''11 ""*"*" in his jail ceii a bed iheel u :. ,fter other hi> nech Poll* had hop I
lew hour.s after his arreet on char poisfble s Is. ,uch a* boot- would supp'.s inturnution l-., ljja,;
Bes hi murdering i s in lacev necktie had to hundreds of 1 rmer SS war erring
f*?'8*UM i police report, be. tail He tie* one I nals still Hvuig in WN*t Germany.
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H). chairman of the Miami Beach Zi
Club, receives the "Chai Pin Award" of the
it Organization of America from Jack D. Go:
: was presented to Fishman at a recent affair
''.. imi Districts of the ZOA of which Gordon
Fi3hman. a veteran Zionist leader, and vice
Miami Beach Zionist District, was honored for
year as chairman of the district's weekly

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Gn4woch lived quiflMy as a
carotiker in Charlctferbe- g ;tn
hi* wife and two son* police said
adding that he never t.Ued ".
neighbors about his past laying
on'y that, "I once lived through
a horrible time."
w I. n another SS i hi t Wenn
von Oberfranken, gave evi-
about Gnew ich '." the Kob
lem district court, ru- was arrest-
. d His i>"i ce dossier contained
i irninsj attention prisoner
,. atti mpl suicide
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have a truly luxurious
wedding
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banquet
at the exciting
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i unehsiM Uh 'en or i banquet
to jver i i-Misand .an &e servec
with 'M same g'saous ewe i
Caersait n saos
Coterinq hvonoqr
Call ESTEUE POLAK
Seville
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Also Avoiloble
Strict/* Kosher Core-.nq
JErferson 2-2S11
OCKANFRONT. Wth TO 30th STREETS. MIAMI BEACM
luring the Week ... View of Federation
rtinue-d : tm Pago 4>A
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i>'i v.o- >ns thr* i
the irviva ol it- local programs
TMf sporiiCHr of HtMEi/IONI
The Greater If ia wish
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thing, must I in the pi iper .
lion to nv> so If. "for ;h<' ovei
ail ^ixxl of the community, il
intends to bring about general ai
ceptance ot the mequi'ne- "in
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lure, which > to a> acceptance
of it-fif as the communit) i cen
tral source i"i phdanthropK au
thorits. it must minimally deal
from position 11 strengthfrom
a position ol successful Mrn! rai>
in.; effort
At the outset I Indicated that
Federation affiliates subordinate
themselves to Jewish ideal al
though manj would do better al
least fina' ciall) :f the) i
in indepi basis li is.
in the final anal) is. the discount
the subtle "i1 b< lwe i
reduced alkx itioi and increa>
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th il detei mil cs an a gene) -
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it thus rem il u for all f
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it i th- r'-nlt of necessit) and
although some agencies may not
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eration can avoid it Federation's
energetic and Imaginative criti-
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branch or even in the trunk
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Miami Federation's roots tw
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Pfld. *ien e* Eichmann endjed with a
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ihorities order -P. Rumania were map >^t bad no etweniive orancnw or
portation |..... .1 at the notorious Wansee of,!cea ,"'n,'r'1 2Tern5
be returned (o Hungar} Conferenc. of top Nazi leaders arta an* *^.**y1 ?***
.i ......... ..._.. u-i-ri- Hcult iKtlh h\ thi- Milt hunt li->
the 55-year-
...x lion ol
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minding th<
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deft mm' lain n
i West G
in the death march of 50 000
Jew* from Budape'* to the Au*
triar frontier in the fail of 1944.
Dr. Servetiu*. in the reexamin-
ation o* hi* client, attempted to
strengthen Eichmann'* argument
that he had always acted imdor
order*.
Um trail deportees wife in 1942 it was revealed bj Eicti
smui I in trucks, on Eich- mam ..: the 100th session ol his
the backs trial Eichmann was one ol the
nt the Hungai
were dealt with h% thi- authorities
directly, since II .ill took place
within the Polish ana.
i i pare
< The trial i*
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the trial e< Eichmam

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tl Jew ish proh
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their bov t. _____
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Eichmann, under further qui s
ttonin di n ed he ever visit, d con
(i ntratii n camps in r*i ance or
thi Jewis h but admitted he o| ]*-> d
was worki i il ih< i ference" ol German i
authorities in tho
at thi trial ol Rudolf tries when thej tried lo exempt
danl at the v. deportation Jews working in
np which I vital diamond mdustrj I
ing at Auscl i < imerfereni e '
ding thusi from thi i i lo regulations issued
tin i Gi stapo head Heinrich Himm
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now
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quartt cour
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ropy wich stated in bJui handwriting
that tii death march waj carm I
out "a< con my propi
Reluctantly, Eichmann admit-
ted he vi*iteo the Auschwiti
death camp during the Hungar
ian deportation* to determine
the rate at which the camp could
accept depertee* for patting and
burning and that he attended a
meeting at which a plan wa*
worked out to concentrate aW
Budapest Jew* en a nearby >
land in the Canute and then de-
ported them .n three trains at
3 0CC ictir-i c* v
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mi m his i to Sassi
that Eiehi had com luded the
In tun wit Ma ten i nt that "the
.ii .> n. iht I hi yeai scourge
of mankind. was now removed
Eichmann told the court that
"even if I said thi*. I would have
been completely mad to record
thi* before Sassen." Me ir*i*ted
hi* lecture wa* confined to pro-
viding only factual information
and did not express any opinion*,
either hi* or those of other*,
because Mueller orbade Itlfo."
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Rabbi Stern Back
From Trip Abroad
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August bros rvc
/9 tr>r BEST
Beth David to Open Branch School
Facilities in South Dade in September
*- v^~**.*n Chan
Betn David CJgl|tw rtn es-
tablish a CaWtaertattve nliiioo-
-tr.cK.; bopcs U tbl South Dade
The Beth Da i lecuuw board
moved to open :h<- icbool b> -
Beth David Cites
Harry Simons,
Dedicated Worker

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In a resolution pessed by tha
bio'd the congregation moved
that the hbra-y a-.fi board room
facilities of Eeth Dov:d be offi-
cially cesigra'ec as *rte Harry
Simons Library.

: '

ting Sin
er ol R". .' 't an ac-
Uvc at'. w rkcr :n our
initj thi r<
- that "his to h:
peopl* is his hallmark.
<.ur Beth David lists
Simons, affectionail) known as
"Pop." i- a pa-i prei : the
Greater Miami > i \
and an hor.orarx r of
the Baron de Hiraen Loan Fund.
among his other affiliations
Uitibir Rabb; Norman Shapiro.
leader, and Phillip Schitl.
president of t*e_ cm ..y.-ati-.n.
jontl) aiuiounced the Both David
n lioadaj
A mile*tooa in irrterfaith rela-
tions was reached at tea same
time. The new Beth David
branch will be quartered at the
KendaH Methodist Church, 10431
SW 77th ave.
: .. sunsoi and tbi
nun ''' :
I the use of ita
-':..
g 12
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Pal
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in:zed
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esidents I and
Schiff vaid that with the slight
shift toward suburbia during the
past few years, "many people
have at great inconvenience con.
tinued to identify with Beth Da-
vid's educational programs.
v the tame time, the dent
by rUl1-. Da\.d me her" [or the -
tablishmeni of a braneh in the
Dade area has grov.n to Rich
j>p,p"r!.or. that the leadership o|
the congregation decided to do
-ometl r e ,:iH.ut it "
Mizrachi May Open Local Office
TV national Mizrai imza-
.. ': open ;
il thi fall
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and is tentatively si h
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Philip *' iss. rl the i: lyal ii u
n real ni
"t i< rues al the breakfasi
men) discussed his i"1'-
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1317 V*.a ngt-n Ave JE t
ALL HEBREW SUPPLIES FOR
|SY\AGOGLES & JEWISH HOVI 5
We Ca--. Bar Mitiva" Rec l|
Rev. Fred E. Stinson, of the Kendall Methodist Chu: on
Rabbi Norman Shapiro ot Both David Cor.q-
Beth David's new South Dade branch to open ct li
dist Church school building in September. ^
When you move
to town...or to
a new home...
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Hostess will call with a
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Struggling Mind Must Pause
smz And Give the Soul a Chance
By RABBI B. LEON H'JRWITZ
Tempi* Zimort
This is Sjbbath Nahamu. when
the Baal Maftir recalls in beauti
fill chant the inspiring, rn :mu
phriM of Nahanu. nahamu ami,
yorasr Kloheichem." Isaiah's
promise and challenge of "Com-
fort ye, comforl ye m> people,
-,i\ your God
Thr two (e i- derived
hi (id .< tde word ami "
mj peci n [ram n itieally
viewed b ith ;i- the
subji el bject of
bn
V i f life, I vir
. ,
aebomah." nt
It U to ri'll. (t
le
.
call) comfoi ..- a< I
: aim ol
\\, eneration ol
dou' Irusl .(!
The precious boon ol comfort is needed then fore b>
tori i- *"ho ma) mffer the loss <>t dear i
ill-health loss ol fortune, f-:ir ol war r an) un-
real!] nbitions
To summon th.' necessar) patienci courage, and will I
r to n needs first the strength and ement
i-hich tcrt a ita ingredient* of sympathy, understa lii.g. and
spiritual logic can tup
s..id Kir David in Psalm M "When I am confusi I multi
lode ->f thou [hi iritbin me. Th) comforts delight my David was
nghl in recogiuaing ihit then- are situations in life when th niggling
mind must pauaVand girt the soul its The mind wants reasons onl) and is often too d.....i it
i .i~t- on : nedlate answers to all the -why's' ot life But the
author of life i- unwilling to give us all the answers .it oi e, at
the meantime must bve It i- here where the soul with reasons
which reason itaatl cmM understand, steps in to accept "comfort"
as .i gap-filler between th.- immediate moment and tl {olden
future when man) of hfi-"a mysteries including evil ana grief, will be
clarified
what are ihi sources of comfort? Fortunaiely. our spiritual
treasures reveal them The) are friendship, interest in posterity,
,-isionofa great gaal and faith in an imminent Cod.
't'om!>>rt ^e,Comfort ye, m> people." If is this pro* Ural
pronounced hj our prophet over 21 centuniea ato. that we will hear
reechoed in our synagogues ami temples this Sabbath morning Come
to these servii w that you. too may be comfort. I thai
toe ma) serve as a >rter
s
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J U i a \AJ e e k e n d

lnforT>a?ion fo be included in the Religiou-4er*KO*eolumn
must be in the News Room of The Jewish Flondian 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.
ftASBI B. ItON Hl/RWITZ
. fhe Corrtorter
QUOATM ISRAEL. M01 Ca-iyU av
OrthodaM. Rabbi line Cvar.
NSME IMIS, 2633 SW 1tn ivi
Conaervativ*. Maiiwell Suoarman
pi en dent.
-
BETH OAV'O 262S SW 3rd Ive. Con-
MrvatiVfl & :*}bi Nornun Snapiro.
Cantor W lliam W. LiDJin

3ETH EL 500 SW ''th ave. Orthodo*
Rabb' Soio" ;- Sen'*'

BETH EMETH : I :m jvf
Ci.' -i "'lx S'. jpiro.
Cantor Myc-- in Fairt
-

SETH ISRAEL *J Orjlr ave. Or-
inou. f j. k bfl nutl
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3F M JACOB ....."
0 R.ibb Ttuor Stein
Canto' Ma I Mj -s
I

BETH r auail Hoost dr

BETI-. R*P>-4L. 139 NW 3rd ave
Oitnooj* Jj us Supers, pesident

BETH TF'UAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or
thodo*. n.oni Joeepn E R..covky

SETH T03H ',6-ltn t: ard NE "th
iv Conservative. Rabi-. Max Lip
scnitz Cantor Ben-Zisn Kirscen
M rn

CONGREG^' ON ETZ CHAIV. 154 i
V. ah jto" -Ive Orthodox. RaDb
Abrah.im 3; assfeid.

CCRAL WAV JEWISH CENTER
8?55 SW -.- t M a-T-i Rabbi Sam-
uel April. Cntar Gershon Levin.
sS
GEMS OF WISDOM
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By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
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,an?n
i
RMi"
quires that tl
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n
\SIATI0N -
PIT
Thi Be:>1 Muitum
I
mi the K:
M eun .
Why dos Jtv. ih tradition r*qu the proncu"ctment of a bene-
dictisti be'oe one partake* oi
an item e* fooc?
ictice "i

consul irticle of I
wet ion
d all that it pro

has no I"'"
Howevei m cki
,. n. I /sical w
he*
the Umigh
cle ef I
' ''
'" ,um,n
.. I ,1
cli
Why is the M'tuular ob|ect of
fcoJ heM in hand while pro- : one tcqo.red
noonc-nsj tie b*n-Jicfion over
it?
b*to-e
benediction
medicine?
If the mi
a
taking
'
I
visits I pieasa .1 I

lifl
Vlso,
i
of a modern rt" The genei
i here|tal [ .M. n. ,
rherefore, if c< : cinal
,, .. : I the
i a
i muaeum la a
"i in one hall can
rn ''.ir ( : .k., an
!i r 8 I'li.i-'i and
yei niiok>, arks t.ir
"' he I a* cups and i ron i
,h artists in the
i i i Europe, North Aim .>
f -I (Idle East. Articles from
lirtee th to the nineteentb
akin
its creation and
i \ ii
pur- Jewish law re
there In
I 11] the vlai or jees
.rat.mi- afford i sense ol
picas
i' eir or it
tied f o r
, ;h,,..,., would th.n he require rta
**iu ted that il
from all par;.- ol the world
(Publiabad hj Brit IvrH Olamit)
ule, no I Uon i i
sary.
OADE HE G^TS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION 'ii- Nv\ t83rd st Con.
servatve Cantor En-anuel Mandel.
-
FLAGLER GRANAOA 50 NW 5ist
pi. Conservative Rabbi Gerald
Lerer C.int." Fred Bernstein.
m. >
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HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 tn at. Or
trtodoa. Rabbi Alexander Groaa.

HIALEAH REFORM JE'V'SH Cr>N
OREGAT.ON. 1160 W. 88th st.. Hia-
lean.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shap.ro. Cantor Yehudan
Heilbraun.

ISRAEL TE CENTER. S175 SW 25th
let Conser\..t ve Rabbi Mo.ton
Malavsny. Cantor Lo_,is Cohen.

KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave
Orthodox R.ibbi David Lehrfield
Cantor AOf.ifiini Seif.

MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION
110' SW IJtrl ave. Traoitional.

OMEV SMJLOV. 9M Normardv dr
O'Hi.flr.i Rabbi Ph ne.is Wfbtrmjn

SEP-IARDIC JEWISH CENTER o-l5
Coluns ave C.intDr S Nachnnas.

cOUTHWEcT CrNTER *.3 SW Rt-
at Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.

TFVPLE ADATH YESHLRUN 1025
NE 'rJ-3 in Garden* rd
-r.
i l Hrllkul

rEMP^r >/. ,?50 N. Kendall
fir., S M a Re'o-m Rabbi Hr
8a.img.i o Cantor Charies Kojnn

'H EL OF HOLLY
WOOD IS51 S 14 ave. Reform
R.i:>bi sji ..el Ja'le
e
-i shir ah Sun nt
Ha.' I SO 0 H R*on-
-.r -".'.:: ".' i
C.i -

TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly.
st Conacrv

rtMPLC BITH iHOLOM. 414 ChaS"
ave L>; in Leon Knnur
Cantor Davio C nvlaar
S. I SHOLOM. 1NW1 NV
2.'~ '. ave I .- Rabbi H.irrv
L Lawrence

TEMPLE CMANU EL. 170' rVinhino
l ivi ftabb> ii vinj
Lohrn in Cant Hlrach Adler.

rF VI E "1.., 3' ivt IBth st
Reform. RabO .'oseph R. Narot
Cantor Jacob Br.rnstein.
a
TtviE JUOEA ^-Kl Palermo ave
TFMPl.E Ml 820 7Mh i
Mave- hrim
0* it*. Car lor I .1 Klein
i ,i 'amid lOtrl at an.
Tatum rrdi
tion,i Rabb lb \i Can
I.
TEMPLE S If MiAMI. 1210*
Children in Gifts
To Philanthropies
Checks totaling close to $2,000
were distributed thi~ week by Tem-
ple Israel of Greater Miami on i>e-
h;ili of its reous school chil-
dren's Keren Ami fund
Nineteen local and national
agencies Jewish and non sectarian,
benefited from the offerings made
by the children during the
year, and representatives of the
student body chose the recipients
based on their own investigations.
Included among the agencies
are tin i Qtted Fund, Jewish Fed-
eration, Radio Free Europe, Can*
and H .ir- \- Nal
Childre > ard ai \ arii Chil-
dren's an I edars Hos-
. the "
Jew ish Societ). Leo
Union
'; I". 1st i VRE, \
\,i\.i!i Jewisl Nal la Fund Re-
tarded Children i S
County, Union ol Vmerican He-
brew Con regal
.i an Jewish Vrcl i -
NE 16th itt Refj'" Ratt E.nni
M. W acfl
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a -
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB 981
Fi.immgo Way. Conservative, Rabbi
Leo Helm.
e
temple Zav_"- -ji Eamora ave.
Uonaervat 3 Leon m..-v% ta.
LE ZION SW '--tr. St.
lervattve R.ior-. Ai-ed wa-
man. Cantor Jacob Goldf.irb.

RAEL N V ami
in C.m-
tor Albe-1 Ol intj

YEHUDAH MQSHE. 136M W Divie
..,, v Rabb SI I
Stetiwni tai. Cantoi
I

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.OUNQ ISRAEL t*>0 NE 171st a*.
Ortnor*iM R.iobi *-ervir Staubar.
4*
iNDLWGHTING TIMf
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Gripping Revelation of Soviet Attitude Toward Jews
THE SOVIET UNION. Bv
New York: Crown Publish-
THE JEWISH PROBLEM IN
B. Z. Goldberg. 374 pp.
rs. Inc. $4.95.
IT is unlikely that B Z Goldberg will ever again be
welcome In the Soviet Union The Indefatigable writ
traveler, whose column m Der Tag" is finding its second
generation cf readers, is Russian-born, and speaks Russ
fluently. During the past twenty-five years, he paid tl
extended visit.-, to the Soviet L'nion, studying the pi
of the Jews and talking with their leaders The sum
that experience is presented in this book as an analysis
and solution."
The analysis immediatel) strikes the reader as
of exceptional qualitysharp, but without rancor, seat
ing, yet not denunciatory ll eans n a kind ot pass
lesaness so deliberate as I i >- instantly suspect; tl


Piling the carel
at
s then
reas to the Jewisl
S el L'nion whi<
will te public theee (as< naung
the Sot iet ruling cirea *. I v
:r author !>< ing more than pert
:tam
Prom his first viait to Rusi 19M when I
in yi ars still held vis at nsntisi for Bui
Jew : > l9-k> with its post-war m the ens
i f Stalin's > is -
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th people and
i I unofficial s *
Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Free Speech Doesn't Mean Verbal Provocation
Washington
qoctrinaire civil libertarians,
" more preoccupied with legal techni-
calities than the end ot justice, were
dismayed this month when the District
of Columbia Municipal Court ol Appeals
ruled that free speech does not confer
a ",-i^ht" to verbally provoke violence
The Court of Appeal- upheld dis-
orderly conduct convictions of George Lincoln Rockwell
for breaches of the peace at rallies of his American Nazi
Between You and Me:
BORIS SMOLAR
New Light on Rusk
CRiends of Israel tn this coun-
try are beginning to lose taith
;n Secret! rj ol SI its Dean Rusk.
Thej ha\e confidence in President
Kennedy, but they are beginning
to believe that Secretary Rusk is
inclined to follow the pro-Arab poh-
the late John Foster Dulles,
hi- predecessor in the Eisenhower
Administration It is becom i and mure :,,,:
. i> elements in the Si
h;.\ ing kept quiet when the I \ .
are now rega i
*nd it becomes that Si Rusk is
In
il Si i
ish Stati
mier David
when ::
President :
ras under the

: t Secretary Rusk i
ttfj
minican Republic pi
ippoi itment.
The Israeli IT, : ... | ignore i
tary Rusk'.- impolite [srael this
pass unnoticed li was taken .
becretarj ol state may t l e even irse
than Mr Dulles Indee move. I le SI
Department assured th.
\\vv< "; talk with B>
Gurion would not afl tn ,,|u.v on the
Arab-Israeli conflict This *as followed up b) Presi
dent Kennedj lettei Ara|
them thai the United States would be gu the
Jfncisi0"? ofkthe ,A :' Conciliation Comn
ton which ha> been nothiag but ., paper
This in turn encoura Department -tn-
''"" oul openly with anti-Israel comments
22,i0|.1 """i; y declaring thai Israei
;"" have ., 0
;' f"** mpensation to Pa
une Arab refugees The.
n '"""' P I private Xmen
brrni o sell rocket- ,iu. ,,.,,, Alal) ,u..)llb|u.
kdtteMU applical J X
tain.material,,,n the Unit
m the State Department Behind Secretars Rui
l-m't dJ TU,U' "
tirvTnM,!;,l>" ',,'"' *' ''''' I the iteSecre-
idler v,ar>_n the basil ol experience-no, in ,r,,.
V-cr. and gradu.il N d
came more friendlj Obviously Secretary R. l-
nof inclined to learn from :hl. p|J "* '> Jg*
for,e. that Mawe, loub he United S.
JJ opened the Midd Mot.....
^Ebenhower saved him J/JS
ass *s
artj lasl year Two rail
lence after Rockwe I. exp
r Is He used succh e| I lews
,Vu cowards traitors
eging that he was silenced
- libertj I R
e! Bu: the Court : v *
issue of Ri .!..' ell icp itai fi
male a decision it t >ui ,
rlj ii duct and noting .- >
Rockwell and hi N
In one case hi> "offens ve
to th crow I caused a not In the
hiN "Stormtroopers" into the au.i. ... ,. \ .
i heckle while he m ting
i.". Jul) i. 1960, Rockwell w a public
Semitic rally near Washington's
eum His shouts ol In lews rotten lews i
rences to Jews generall) is "ti
crowd -t non-Jews and Jews Blood)
Rockwell and 16 Natis were arrested Sw special
booked but charges against them were dropi
Icm I] cited constituti i
iral abuse ol Jew s and
had done all in his powei
vith to prevent violence-
At hi- trial Municipal Court J id ,: li
;; ickwell was incorrect
Reeves fu
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}i OAVIO SCHWARTZ
s Region of Bit
I lestaona th s
i'l the) in.rv
lUina up the contradictory >
h.r the .'. a || no long
11 iai the Jew being a Jei i
' Bil number amony th,
offers is, in light f the
- I ii < chapters, a strange or.
Jews be give* the van;,
I I then whioh ahrayi lea
i wntrj >. that the) be .....
(ion and culture, and that
: i Israei
Of like saying to tick
: cure I- not | bav e CBUghl I
not what to do about
rtdiculousl) eas) -
''ice this ezplanai
in imii and bistorj But in a i
i the Soviet I Dion s, where ., i
the top
isily be politii .1 reasons u
: ; apt< r pokes sean hu
ihnesa repri
ties Bui i this is true. ]
menl I would be futile
I) a dual problem ,
Si itism ..* it occurs u
ol which i> the p
en which bot
Mr icpl i
is not I
US Listening Post:
By SAUL CARSON
Kennedy Confusion
w>
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HAT TMg Kenne.lv \
edi m peg
the \r.ib refugee pi
good li iai naaignif) ing len
one -.*n rea I
rnat's the firm opin
., mats here wll
Mr with i : .
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C-' A JEW in lhi v *
pO A JEW, in this j
centennial
isani
isani pei
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jamin
it a Jew should .. .
tary f state in Davis' ,
:her Souther:
Irama ... MCe
ra
I DavU were in the I s
[Tin ; --mark which .
friendship

line when
e< urse
: man, knew
miv .n the la i
" ler sense an I i
. mm remark I
French approach The El
lent, the French asked ai il
reason ceases, the law i
sunn oberved apigrammaticall) and that is not
1 """ "' at philo .phy of law
out Benjamin apparentlv knew verv little ol
fninglj had tew Jewish aai mati >i
','. i conversation between turn on
L,ml th Webster and Rabbi Isaac M
ech that he delivered ,n a syiui
jrom Kippur. oJt historical research ha, branded
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M Sol Leslie, "t SIM Prairie ave Rodne) has '..-'
yean ol active duty in the is Navy, and he
. world" Th- western Pacific, the Orient, the
I the U.S.A Served ..- a supplj officer on the
on Commander Cruiser Destroyer Stall Pacific,
.tant suppl) officer to Commander Oceanographic Sys
Prior i" entering th<- service Rodnej majored in
trrature and i- Phi Beta Kappa graduate ol the I ni
chtgan He will enter Yale law school in Septem-
ither Johnn) also has i BA from the Universit) <>i
and served two > ears in Um I S Navy, traveling through-
western Pacific and the Orient I his summer ho grad
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Miami, Flondu. Friday. July 28, 1961
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PORTRAIT Of A NOTABlt WOMAN
Ann Robison: A Life of Dedicated Purpose
By MARIANNE ZEITLIN
whir, the histoni discussions on
the Pali slim Resolution took place
hi i nited Nations in 1948, there
: i .; hostility and res si
i amoi g the member delegates
m th- h.nl than i- general!) ri
m mbered Sitting m their midst
. ..- ,i lad) to whom th- mil im
i acl ol Rabbi HiUel's "Elm am
. i Ii, mi ll?" i "It 1 :mi rot for
myself, who will be for me?")
tame borne The lady a> Mrs
tdoli Robison, an Accredited Oh
-i \ er the L'N simultaneously
for she National Council "t Jew
ih Women and '.lit American Aasn
. t i nivcr.-it) Worn* n, who bad
until that moment, cherished her
dispassionate objectivit) in inter
national politics. When apeaki r
after speaker iron, 'he Arab bloc
(. -in to i1".!' rostrum ipouting
hatred distorting history, threat
nit m ihilation, Mr- Robison,
spite of herself, knew -he could
nevi i again be casual about her
I end ij
It was only natural therefore,
when two years later her eldest
i elected to go to Israel to live,
:l.it she should -tart learning He
brea from scratch, nurd you
few years later i nw rge at
i head ol hi r class .i! the Worn-
en's Institute oi the Jewish Theo
logical Seminary of America, a
full-fledged Hebrew scholar, or
scholaress, if you will.
Natural, that is. tor Ann Robison,
the port, ultra-feminine and dj
namic woman who packs wallop
complete!) disproportionate to hT
barel) five-foot physical frame
Mrs. Rohison had come mil circle
from her childhood in Oldtown,
Me with its handful ol Jewish
families to her student days at the
t niversit) ol Maine when' she was
the on!) Jewish girl in her class.
This vivacious woman became
Accredited Observer at the I'nited
Nations after long and ardous en
perience in organizational work,
1 :-t on the regional level, and then
national]) she has lectured in-
k tbower and brunch 'or futun I Nam >
hi Mgiers h< tel last Sm Pieee de n
hbaskef filled with elaborately wrapped can openers,
mixing spoons choppers and all th< othei miscel
,i ichen complete vithout Mlractivi v- cj
orange -ilk sleeveless and rull-skirted llos
an Kramer, Isabel Hecbl and Brcnda l$io*l>
'. quests were their mothers Mrs Sanford Kramer. Flor-
r Isidon Hecbl and Harriet Mrs Sam) Brody. as well
> Vllan (Isabel Peldman. mothei ol thi {room-to-be. Mrs
Berj Schonfeld and Mrs Ethel Gersoi uesl ol h......r's
. int
.. rrotters Tour for Students will account foi 40 days
psky's ummer Daughter of Mr and Mr- Joseph
k) 4316 Sheridan ivi Carole left in June and will
I ntries including German) Pranci England. Swifter-
I tal) Ith .. chance to big cities apd little village!
i yside from the chartered bus which will trasport
parents art spending the summer in Maim and
i.t i n New York the end ol August for a briel shopping
pturn to the Beach together Caroli sa Beach
l ..-. and will enter the University of Miami in Septeml
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ho rried S inda) Jul) 23 in Rabbi Mayi r
Guests "ii< i kng feln d State
Mi Mas 1.' i ommandi i Bei i lokl-
Mi Maurice Weini Mjrs \
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red Rubi I. ->f Ma ion Sables write friends
acl set them back 50 years when the) touched Spain
he) love this glimpse ol the past and an covering
as pass hie in Ih 81 Fiat Have isited
Toledo and Cordoba seal ol Moorish-Jewish
| r eagerl) lo forw i rd to ihe i on ;
leii next stop whi re the).....I broth" ho
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weeks Chuck Zalia headed for a visit with Friends
: Maasachuaetti to do just that First, he'll ac
r.j his parents \ii and Mrs Joseph Zalis 1688 SVk H:h
here 3B years ago from Baltimore, to that city
n lamil) reunion, which will include randmother Zalia, who
' BO years old, and the Bar MiUvah ol David, -on ol Mi
" Irs Leon Zalia, on Aug 5 ..
arri s Blaaberg, sk> Lake N Miami Beach, la doing his
K at ion fishing in local waters Keelsrthat he can temporarily
hi? duties .- vice president" ol Riverasde Memorial I hapels
quiu succeaafull) with even a abort trip in the boat he
t' ved for his birthday recently
First outing lor John and Peggy Monahan since the arrival
' second son la Maj was Jamaica vacation J<*hn
r.i at Bam Frtedland's Diplomat hotel in HoiKwood where
convi ntiOO sales manager
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i, j,, i',ki- n H am tw Simon Rubins, !' n
and Mr- Nathan Jaffa, Mra Mildred HiOman
I and the Arthur SI and the In
Prior to his departure lor Israel and Europe. Dr. Zev Koqon
counsel for the Jewish National Fund of Greatfr Miami, is
assured by Miss Universe, lovely Marlene Schmidt, of her
continuted eiforts to promote better understanding cmona
bone and further world peace, while Dr. Koaan explains tc the
vounc eiectroiv.es engineer the reclamation work beir.q ccne
by Jewish National Fund in Israel. Meeting was at the cilices
of Ll Al Israel Airlines here.
U i ationall) for the rv .'w and
AAUW a- well a- made speeches
on behalf of 'he United Nations
lor Um r s Mission ti thi United
\. iioi Foi man) yeai he: i M
and World Vffairs reports were the
highlight of the newsletters ol both
the NCIW ..nd the \M IM in 1952,
whiU attending the General %>
s( mhly in Paris, -he was guest ol
i.it Clay in Berlin during the .v.r
lift in Germany she broadcast
hei experiences in ih rubble that
then Berlin to -lit United
Stati -
II w.,- shortly afti i this expei
ence th..t Mr- Robison due to hi r
mother's serious illness terminat-
ed her United Nations activities
Th< United Nation-' loss was her
lam I) gain for the 1. time had been a -..r lice :"i
it. too And We-i KulIi wo > I, N J .
w .. ;lad lo have its illustru
t.:./( n home again tot
ms arc b< th cit
nt thi type t'tat ,im oi d foi
tut rarel) mati i ali b) man) a
Chambet I ommi r< e ii Robi
son who i- president ol the R<
it :. \r :or. Textile < ompai > ol Wi
Ni ,\ > oik. New .!> r-> j servi '1
for lour years as ( ouncilman in
Ii n i k \ .1 Hi- own interest in
I i ael | rebates that ol his a ife,
and he i- vice presidenl ol the
America Israel Cultural Founda-
tion a member ol t he national
i>i .hi. of Bonds tr Israel and
Palest im Economic Commission.
!h first visited Israi I n 192-1 ai d
I. beei ,i pioneer worker in hi r
|.. hall i ver since ^ i an ol great
charm and culture with eclectic
u :< n sts he even n to | j
..- !.. soon si w it'i hambcr < n-
vi ml .e- hi in- span I i
Thi Robmson hom has pi
ia)l) lecnme an exti nsion ol Ihe
i i" mui it) Cenh r in New Jersey,
en the diffei enl anizi
petti and Ihe i su Vnd
j the u hole famil) i an
coi rrsi in Hebn Mrs Robison
claims that Ihe stu j ol Heb
I .,- :. t0 hi I
i the i I and p
ent. Recci i ptmn Con-
General I I liai ol Is-
rael -ci nt a hall ng ith
hi i in Hebrew '!" \; n Robison,
this as a n ilestone life
y at m .. .' .i\ it n pn nted
, ition ol the for
', rnt ou s i
\'ati 'is and
. ni with Israel v i -
Local Women Chosen Sorority Officers
i ocal aromen hosen lo servi
national offici i- of Phi Sigma Sig
ma al ita 48th national convention
held rocentl) ..t the Beverly Hil-
ton hotc l m Beverly Hills, Tali!
.ire Mra Joseph Klein ol t'oral
Gablea, elected national tribui i
Mr- Victw Keitei. i oral Gables,
appointed national philanthropy
direetor of l'hi Siunia Bigma; and
Miss Harhara Kuluk ol N Miami
Beach, appointed national field
secretary, who will viait all under
graduate and ahimnae chapters
throughout the United Btati -
, km f.i twi ir. national offii e '
the individual chapter
Delcgati the i on
ventii ,,:"- *>''
i i
rg r>ri -,. :hi Phi Sic
haptei al thi Univei
M \ ol Miami, who represented
1.. ta Thi la chapter Miss Ann
Yaschik was Beta Sigma chapter
delegate from the University <>i
i pa
Hiyhhtht of the convention w..-
I. presentation of the outstanding
alumnae award to the Miami
Alumnae chapter, and Diviakm iv
honorable mention to ir. under-
ate phapti r al the I ni> i
sit> of Miami
Pr Jessie Marmonston, ol l-o"1
lt:, lei i sean h ph) sician and
mi i.iix r ol l'hi Sign S an
unced that -he ill ponsoi a
a
member ol Sigmi S
i Dr Marmonston stressed
ll, port a nee ol w oman pla< e
m >. .i i nd medicii
Annual Swim Parly
Flamingo < hapti r, B nai B'nth
Women, will hold it< third annual
-wim and luau party on Frni.iv
i ,i the Urliner motel, ti N\\ Mth si in addition to Polyne-
sian ) i li rtainment. with floral leis tor
ever) guesl Mrs Irwin Anhall is
in i narge ol tickets,
Young Adult Swim Dance
1 \>i ram id Y< ung Adults
held i ....
ay eveninj


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Cooking
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Three generations of descendants of Isaac Mayer Wise,
founder of Hebrew Union College, join in ceremonies dedi-
l I ling new dormitories on the Cincinnati campus. Seen at
the ribbon-cutting ceremony with president Nelson Glueck
daughter of the master builder of Reform Judaism; Mrs. Albert
May. New York, his only survivinc daughter; and Mrs. Arthur
Hays Sulzberger. New York, granddaughter. Participating
also, bu: not shown, was Judge Gilbert Bettman, of Cincinnati,
<' c:ea;-grandson. More than c thouscnd lay end rabbinic
leaden from all over the U.S. and Canada cttended the Cin-
latj ceremonies, which dedicciec new dormitories end the
~e's new Klcu Library.
Home, Center Residents Lunch
; -

e Mali -s Day Cent
r ... enters in i
ll iscuss
I >
tingeni 0 residi
' enter at 114!
Mai Schn \bt execi
1 f Senior Day Cen
ten welcome the proup. and
t< gttber with the professional stall
oi tin organization, a tour
<>J the Center, and the nearby Dor.n
Gardens apt.' for senior citizens
.
Residents Homi
U
Mrs .. Lyons
mmit-
I .
the Center'* n i than : 0
' Sara I ossik pn
Gardi ns Ri -..:< nts
on b<
ents of th< Home Following
1 pn community su
nd recital by Lewis Da
vies a Center number, a lilm of
iht Dough Gardens Home vull be
shown. Miss EstcUe Fein, group
wort supervisor at the Home, will
u commentator
1
complaint: '
y in pla -.
: tt e It is
ht n strict iht .
of nit 11 pi ki sh< r i
ng, i variations | ssible ithin
tht h limit g< enough ti
add sull enl anetj to an> i
In fact a different meat dish could
< served ev rj daj for sevi"...
>.. ri Ji -: to ;.ik on. example.
we all know that ground be.; oi
hamburger is capable of man}
changes of term Add to this
ground lamb and veal, and a wh< .<
new rang oi meal tune trct- if
epene
Ir. many countries when
occupies the prominent pla<.
lb< menu which we give to ^^^'.
recipes fi r ground lamb in<
>uch unusi.....- .:- stuff* d vei
etables and grape leavt -
mas cassen l< combinatii i
Mousah ...r,d deli<
' I. s and | atties Liki beef
lamb is tei ei I l
i anj di sin d
rare I m Whei l
th oi
'.'
ely i
terlj

i *hich hi
med, and bavi t!
''.
con tains a great
this
e in the
v' tht i ther ham .- -
" lat thai this gp .-,
caution ..- not needed However
veal evet whm ground, should
always i. cooked until well-dom
Like tht lamb, when veal is com-
bined with other ingredients, the
flavor is subtly changed, arc the
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\ IN SAUCE
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Mrs Jack Greenberg, vice pre si
dent i! membership, and Mrs
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mi mbersni] of f -
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JUS L. ,i Cohen, on which mem
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te'e. (.".airman of the project
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Wl" and
Cnef:* Ital-
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much thriftier, too-costs only
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A TRADITION
IN JEWISH
HOMES
SINCE 1837
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lor fuJltsi strength and stimu-
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combine all ir
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> top ' ncbes from the sour.,
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v July 28. 1961
+Mistrk>rrtiir
Page 3-B
iderson to Make Second Appearance;
i nne Grant Due in Melodies Program
m -
,?*
<*
i and TV's popular c m >*- tra in a program of melodies irom
tor pianist Skitch Heoder ]>. frantic Fifties."
make hi- second "P p- ,
, ,, this season on Sunday v'l"ls' *** Henderson will bo
lucts the University of Jeanne Grant, a soprano who has
Summer Symphony Orchea- appeared in levenl Broadway mu-
sical shows, and with the New Vurk
City Opera Company.
Henderson's program will con-
sist of show tunes from "Kiss
Me, Kate," "Me and Juliet,"
"My Fair Lady," and Brig*
doon." A "Caribbean Polka,"
with Henderson at the piano, is
another program highlight. So-
prano Jeanne Grant will be
heard in two vocal sequences
featuring selections from musi-
cal comedy and opera. The con-
cert is the eighth in a series
given at Miami Beach Auditor-
ium.
A long time fa>orite with Miami
Beach audiences, Henderson will
() making his sixth appearance
with thr Summer Symphony Orch-
estra since his local "Pops" lebul
in IBM Music director >> the
N ad< asting I ompanj in
New York, he i- widel) remem
bered for hi- weekly appearances
mi the "St< \ < Mien Show o\ et
N B< I \ He ,11-n has appeared as
gue&l conductor of many of the
major symphonj orchestras in the
United States, including the New
Yurk Philharmonic and the Na-
nal Symphony in Washington,
D.C., and last year w ith the Lon-
don Philharmonic

UM Symphony Adds Two Met Stars
To Glittering Roster Slated for Fall
JtANNl GRANT
Two Metropolitan Opera
contralto Belen Amparan and
William Lewis, last week wen
erl tO the list of guest 4<>i-' who
will appear \\ith the I'nm :
Miami Symphonj Orchestra dur-
ing its 35th anniversary season thi*
tall.
The artist- will open "he Sym-
phony's winter concert series
28 and i'3 by joining conductor Fa
bien Sevitzky and the orchestra in
i formance <>t Gusl n M ahler's
: i| and moving phonic
von ii
i h< Song "f the Earth I
sented for th< I i turn
Miss Amparan, born in Texas
arc1 raised in Mexico, had her
first operatic success at the Na-
tional Opera in Mexico. Her Eu-
ropean appearances include per-
formances at the Teatro Nuovo
in Milan, the Rome Royal Opera
Theatre, as well as extensive
tours as "Carmen" throughout
Spain and France. Her reper-
toire encompasses virtually all
of the great contralto roles: Miit-
non, Delilah, Ulrica Masked
Spain at Dade Auditorium
JOSfPM SCHfff.SMAN
r Tamid Picks
Music Director
j -i hreibman ha b m ip
fy director ai Temple
d tor the I Huh
Schreibman will lirecct
t e choir
bman is known nati m til)
n ol litui {i il mu
. ..I whuh he comp -
! He started his
al the i ri> age A -
l >-ing thi piano from th re
. teachi r Mi-ha Ostl iw ikj
iter continued his itudtea il
rial Conservatory '' v-':
smeru a he renew ed -
prol S
:,.( During '
hi was mus:. >
u D \> in Phils i I
in music al
i ast ten j --
a been
anu-EI her

'. ran ..i w .11 rendei
ol ihe In -
Miss Grant a native of Chii i i
. appeared in the original Broad
* ) companies of Brigadoon '
Damn Yankees and "The King
and I Other roles include ap
pearances in Gian-Carlo Menotti's
ihe Consul and "The Saint of
meeker Street She also has
sung in Rodgers and Hammer
stein concerts at the Yale Bowl
Park in Chicago
A little of tin. original and poig
nantl) beautiful art from which
Spam has contributed to the dance
wa.- demonstrated by a fresh
group la.-t weekend ..t the Dade
County Auditorium Led by Man
ano I'arra. hi- dancer- Antonia
Lux, Doriana del Valle and Ramos
made up in generosity and
willingness what they perhaps
lacked in experience and intensity
Rostta de Triana, with the dark
appeal and husk) voice of the true
flamenco singer, alto lacked ani-
mation, as did Antonio, the male
flamenco singer, and .loan Mejia,
a fine guitarist, whose music
teemed muted
Parra's flrsl appearance in a
Zapateado to Sarasal w<
-mall in<\ mg platform, which
ma> have furnished him with a
tour de force, but did not con
tribute lo (nor detract from) the
basic line or rhythm, which was
pure and authentic
\ .'ota with Parra and his dan-
cers and the singer inti i io w -
charming and vivacious but lack
ed the rustic humor a
with the regional style
The second hall ol the program
built somewhat in emotional pro
jection hut th.' last number.
Cuadro Flamenco in which the
ei indulged in sort of t hal-
lenge, while the singers
tarist supplied the accompanying
Ball), Amnens .Aida), *no Miri-
na (Boris Godounov).
Lewis, who with Miss Amp i 'an
will he making bis first
ance in Miami, has appea
numerous opera companies i
repertoire consisting ol over >
itlc role- in four langu ig ..
The American singer
I b) critic- and \ ie
m NBC 'i\ Op* i I'
malice a- 'I amino I
zart's Magic Flute Otl
if Rodolfo i B>
iboth in "S I
Vndn Wo/zel >-

-
r.ky I
\ u
with the ;
I
In addil m| t
Lewis, other
stem,
Rudolf Serkin an
cellist Gregor Piatigoi -k>
Galina \ ishn \ ska) a, ol the B >!-
shoi i ipera Co.; \ lolimsts J it I
Martz) and Christian Fei raa I
tour vocalist w ho will appi n
Verdi Requiem, Irene J
soprano, Mary MacKenzn I
to Robert Rounsi '
\n Berberian bass
vocal musical and hand
encouragement, seemed never t
reach the suppleness implicit in
sounds and ni"\ ments
all) web on -"s
ever) appearance was Senor in
Mercadal whose classii al ir
playing I i num rs
was > highlight ol the
Here i- a fine musician, wh> has
at hi- disposal taste style and
technique.
Isabel Grave.
I
Scf
wi-
(
.Pl-
ate
.ItK
jrmana

Senior Citizens
Parade on Beach
nd meetu ere
!: Sunda) at Mh -t and W i
!.;. representatives if all
I itizen organizations in
.:':: Flori I
ter Lebowita, naUoaal chair
i (the Senior Citizens Voting
led the thousands ot
| up Washington tva
I ie ol the parade M M tO
i ittention to the U S Sew *
I Voting League an i its
I medical aid tor Sen: tt
adequate Social -
i Ba), minimum v.id-
n-ioii and -a: i -t.it toi \
i included Leb >u its
I< Pe] | it. Miami V
" King High and C n
Balaban

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BXJRIDIIsrE 'S


F-re 4-B
rJmirtncrrHftr
Friday. July 22
1*1
.'. CMi-J OF THE WEEK
Mrs Fred is was th< i I 11 -- who
, t away S
n N'eu York, ai


, a- -j it evident!)
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Eg ol
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0
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HiMMItTJA f 40-;
-
Hennetl
.- married to I
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K social 1
F famous dish
*
A L ZING DDLL
m daughter of Dr and Mr- Samuel
i hone) SI almost ter
'"'" H listen loan and Nancy, werei I too
going a.a, u, rhej wante -v. I >mi and
> i the baby.

WE _L BE LOOKING FOR YOU
id Diane HeUer lidn'l have to look long for the.r friend, on
le They arrived on time to hear all about the Hellen
i Israel as members of the United Jewish Appeal Mission
i aders
an has always been a dynamic speaker, but he's better than ever
n, the- -ana of Israel Spellbound, hi, friends listened to him for
and a^ed man> questions after The> would have continued
il l>.ane had not sel the table with big platters oi nova
'i. I -h
ted a closer look at the opening presentation in the
Koota, Finer
Exchange Vows
M Lol j Marilyn Finer and
Tobin In Koota nuptial
luly 23, at UM v
tel Rabbi Joseph Naroi
officiated at ') p m cere-
hich was : i :'-
ceptior. in the h I
Danghter ol Mr an I Mr- Ja< k
ei* 85th !.. tl le is a
M ami Beach High
S hool
For her wedd;-
f all ncoo

bids
nor. Mad
Kool
Finer
L-sa ]
Sen
:-
I ol
Phi K
ii. He
the n
\ '
the yo ing
5 Shore d 4ian
Emanu-EI Schools
Registering Early
Temple F.manu El's reh
school refiatratioa tx
opened to parent- this
they were urged to
youngstcra in all depart
the school
We are DStOt th
month- to -et up our i .,.
school board chairman Ra ^
Yuan It ia *o much m
tical for pareata to regisi
a com
waiting for
i hildn n at
rather than
mn
"i explained tha: ,
in r) school age chi
,
Brandei has a
irl met I for mon
- ( lasses UJ be hi
nain building 1701 W
ave and the North :
.'. it .,: | Dickens
boo i
4
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Our Foundation scfcoc ,
faki-.g another *p for i -
said Vuni. "From e-.
cation will he classes i
kindergarten, and from the I
thrown tht fourth qrti?, rnn
year
*!5. TOB/V K00T-'
Lowenthals Tell
June's Betrothal

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ith h lather
late foi vedd
set


.\. thai
Ml qua.
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nd thai
! -
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Ii i attentUM
\er Mia :.. uh Both
classi i '
>.'ii tranportal
I hi (he itudenl -
it

has
the
bus-
Ha
i Moll Eichmann Dann) has had it bound m black bather
lift to .he H.ll.r- from pros*
I neral Gideon Ha is
included Mr and Mrs Charles Courshon Mr and Mrs Wil
Mr and Mrs Marshall Ruff. Mr and Mrs Stanle, Worth
N Mm Saul Genet. Mr and Mr Frank
1 *' *'> Wollowick Mr and Mrs Ben Hempner
Bd h"""r'1 Seevan and Mr and Mrs Donald Rubin
Il CAME TRUE *
'''' lrl Jan. Mr- Charlesi Leeds
1 Plces hav. al ., intrigued hei
going at long ia-, wh her husband It mil h,
JUST LIKE A SCHOOL TEACHER
SOONER OR LATER
not twinging ii now Jn?', n. "l ;>win-'"- h"r But
*e did ,t. An,, no A e,l", arK reCVerini *'""' *
TOKYO, JAPAN *
P^^TT^^Z^^ ** ^rumately. she M
noiher. Mrs Charles GreTnf.elH^ rTrted ,h;" ,0 w""n
r-ticta i.anot. ('wn^ld eat. or rather try t0 eat. with
HISS Jt/Nf tOWfMTMAt
Young Adults
Schedule Talk,
Dance and Show
Young adult- between the I
of 21 and 35 are u vited to al
Ihe bi-monthl) meetn ol Voung
Adult Friends ol Israel which
ace Thursday evi
suif-i Highlight .if ihe pro ,. t0
a dis< ussion b) Walti i B M'iI
.)'" marria selor on an
Introduction to Marnagi Sex
nd the Fa mil) Wilson has ..
I!A d< from Prim eton I niver
and a Mastei from Tul me
and has been a marriage c-<
elor lure and in Memphis i
foi severs vears
Prior to the discussion, a half
hour special film was to be shown
A social bou. with dancing and
refreshments was to follow the
program
be host at a dance and -bow in
the Starlite Club of the Shelborne
hotel Alan Role and his orche--
'ra will provide the music, and
Snuffy Miller will he master of
ceremonies
Preeidtti Donald Kaplan's ar
rangemem Rochelle 8chrald. Marilyn Sch
Wimmer, Paul Raymond | .,ren
Freeman Bebe s.iher ix.,s .,,,.,,
Myraa Greenhlatt, Eva Goldman
i.utn Goldman, .lack Frieden Gil
nappaport, and Joseph Meyers
Local Research MD's Given Aid
Through tht tt.ir--
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iday. July 28. 1961
+Jeni9t> fhrkttnri
P^qc 5 8
Young Couple Accepted by Peace Corps
kNE ol lh< most p iol formi
immer enter i .....enl f<>r
,, ,. is Hi,. Miami Beat h
conet n> !>> I niversit)
imi Summer Sj ny ( r
-ir.i Last Sund fea
-,i musn ir.>m thi era >l Hie
enl a. ntlei Skitch
ersoi i ondut tea
Stuart Fostei the vo

thi *ai Mra
'i ., m, dn i i
. I i col
ha' waist length
' an collar
hiti I- v loti on the
SHI at c table
. M: I estl r S w.ir
_r. with
. Phillip Morris ('.-.'- :i
i rhift ovei
trap "i
. ..i I- He I (tighter
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and)
. \ :n ind n
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Mi- i>h Hei
i e with
.- ir- -. idea ol
! he i>ur
i -- Bluea

Birdu I owen hal < "t
letro Tax
ssessor to Talk
iv ami Beach Lodge B'nai B nth
II havi a luncheon meetingTues
n .: 'he I.:.'!' > me res
h ant
bi aker Bob Dal) Metro
,--.-.<.r Mill di>cu.t prob
I ital i" ever) property and
i >nci
I > ataman pn sidenl of
roup
ton satin whuh featured a sweet
heart neckline
Mi Hem) Sbiei select d an
imported sheer < oil* i it i pit '-
rosebud print Her three-quarter
length sleeves were modified bal
loon cul with row ol inserted
pmk Val In- Th< lac in set I
wen also used it h
po< keta All i
in .i mat* hinj i li of pink, w ith
her -ho.-- and h i idb ig <
made of the same
Pink was also the choice ol
Mrs Harold B Spael Her si
ired .i pi rtrait > ollar o( whiti
ovei the pink The same tabru
was used in the jabol fro
dies-
Mr- Vlb rl Pick t hi ;
for the concert Moygashel linen
was the fabi i ol h
uhich w.i- con post d I
dress and a
icr 1> It had 1
i
111 i i .:: oi I i in
cately done
as
""A
ishin h i I and wi
ii<>ii program loi teen igers ,t*
" i I ido si>.....i \ .'!' tian
W a) Our summer pro,: am will
end with the entiie lenl
taking a cru te '> Nassau Sailing
on the SS r*k rida, in air condi
tinned t Omfort the g I I- ale
taking a thro da) holidaj before
their last minute preparations tor
graduation
The graduation will consist of
a formal fashion show, a skit by
the drama department featur
mi: a satire on their summer pro
gram and the awarding of di
plomas This will be an open
evening, ami all are welcome
For those W'hO WOUld like (0 SOI
our future Miss Americas the
tune I- H 30 p m tug 19
The former Carol Rosenfeld.
daughter of I)r and Mr- Charles
Rosenfeld, of 1500 Coral Way, Mi
ami. and her husband, Paul New
Pub Features
Display of Posters
Featured at the Pub restaurant
- B display 0| travel [Vi^cr- which
help to announce the novel pub
crawling" tour ol England a" d
Scotland now being offered by the
dining >i>t ,,t 3500 Coral Way
The two-week tour lor two will
include visits to man) ol the old.
fascinating inns <>f Britain, beginn-
in Perth, S< >i i I, -'^
ed Salutation hotel and com
tinun ti the Crowi
Inn and the charm' ear old
inn. Wild Hear. Ln Englan Lake
District.
Between views of the lake
country's picturesque villages
with their thatchedroof cottars,
the trip offers visits to the Red
Lion and the Swan pubs and,
t Stratford on Avon, in th
Shakespeare country, an over-
night at the 500-year-old White
Swan Inn.
A backward look into history will
en thi i isil ir in Southw ard
innei a) 'ii- one-time i
nn George Inn, oi e ol the
! lit rit i ini tig in
l i -land Vnothei hni : i- plan-
....
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In I 01
see I he Mermaid,
ill ._ founded
amed liti id the
Devil Fleet SI ison's
favorite haunt I- en i trip on the
old stage* oach r ute, w hei e
iching Ini still exist.
. mi luded on this exi ra
man. are one of three married
couple* who have been accepted
by the Peace Corps.
They are among IS Candidates
who have bean aasignod to Nigeria,
and reported Monday to Harvard!
L'niver.siaJ' Va be^in apainiirg t or
teach.n* in scooodary school-
there
Newman is the son of Mr and
Mrs Nathan Newman, Of Jackson-
ville, and met his wife while both
were attending the Uhiversit) >l
Pennsylvania, where be grad
in 1958 and irne I his Master -
degree in anthr ipolog i June.
Mrs. Newman, 23. received her
rar'y education in Miami. i*J
graduated from the University af
Pennsylvania with a degree in
English in 1959. The Ntwnnii
were married in 1953.
The training course for Peace?
Corps volunteers at Harvard ia for
ieven weeks with assignments to
late in January. 1962.
The young couple decided to vol-
unteer bei i if the opportunity
it would atford them to serve thai*
country "apart from military
Also t- an anthn n
student, Newman is "intensely u>
:- i in thi a", i pe <
He t '- ; lifl
situation, for him, "just perfect
.CABANAS
MOST REASONABLE RATES
DAY WEEK MONTH
SEASON OR YEAR
to get away from the house, and
into the exciting whirl of hotel life7 Be-
SEVILLIAN, jom our Cabana Club
rot information'
caii Ma DON
JE 22511
rooit
eville
Wometco Takes
Over Normandy
Claughton Theatre- have an-
nounced the sale ol the Normand\
Theatre 74 He.nh to Wometco Enterprises.
Transfer ol the propcrtj took place
last Thursda)
Claughton Theatre, operate the
Trail Theatre. Coral Gables; Circle
rheatre, Miami Springs; and the
Hollywood Theatre Hollywood, Fla
Harvej Pleischman, Wometco
vice president, announced thai
Cecil Allen will manage the Nor-
mandy ini Wometco in addition to
his present asaignmenl as mana-
ger ol the Surf Theatre.
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To All Health Water Drinkers
You can now get the pure healthful famous waters from
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Distributor. Dr Brown s Cel-Ray
402 N.W. 6th STREET
/Mrs. Fogel on Television
In i t- let i-iou program spon
-red bj the Miami Public Library,
Rub) (Mrs Jack Fogel Levkofl
will again discuss 20th centurj
poet- and poetry, and reail some ol
her own published poems The
program ill be seen over WPST,
eh ft), Friday at 10 40 a m
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CONVALESCENT HOME
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SUPPORTED BY YOUR COMMUNITY
Undrr Strict Supervision of tha Orthodo* Vaad Hakaahrulh of Florida
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vJeHistfkrri'ir
Fridcry, faly 28. 1931
Temple Israel Plans for High Holidays
After 4 Decades of Community Service
Preparations for the fourth
cade oi High Holy Days oba
ces at Temple Israel ol Greater Mi-
ami arc near completion despite
the excitement accompanying ihe
moving ol .. rtafl ol 14 into a new
Community House next week
TJte Community House is Ihe sec-
ond addition to the original struc-
ture on NE L9th st which was
built in 1927, and will contai
small auditorium. committee
rooms Braille and Sewinj Work-
N, .
: ;- -
with a
V
Harry V. S
lent. 1
Israel hi s grow n to
largest synagogues ol anj
three major Jew ish
m th< Southeasl se l
families
tut'in i 1 -
During the first four decades
of its existence, the Temple and
many of its members have played
a major role in the development
of Greater Miami as leaders in
the civic, social and political life
of the community.
The late Abe Arono> Jew
ish Mayor ol Miami, was
earl) leaders of the conj
Metro Commissioner Harold B
Spaet. and Slate Road Board mem-
ber William 1) Singer are
: lents "i Temple Israel Mit-
chell Wolfson, Max Orovitz Leon-
ar t v ess Arthur Ungar Bar
h Meyer, 1! u \
tckerman. Nat Roth, Sam C Le\
\ .1 Harris, San \ 1
lenry E. M
" 11 j oth< 1 \
have male and are -
mtrib
Jewish eon:::
- inception, Temple Israt
ha\ e pr ide I kej
Since the first lolj
sen-ices at the YMHA
Aha: is now the 9eybo only
once have services been miss
during the past 10 y* srs rhal
Yom Kippur lay Se 18
when one ol the WOTSt hUlTH am
.11 Miami history sti ick iere \
fi u hours before at the K I N'ld
service. Rabbi Jai >b H K
1 on the subject
Uone with Ci rd Vt
rabbi emenl 1
Services 1
,
+er
Seventh Daj I
iel was r
nertl hom
\ small '
ave nd XE
il
Of the origin*! build'rg com
m.rfee. Mitchell Wolf*on, Arthur
A Ungar and Herbert U. Peibel
man are still active in the life
of the congregation and will be
honored guests when the new
Community House is dedicated
formally later this year

Campers Planning Summer Circus
Do You Want to Take It Easy?
For the man who wonts to toke it
easy yet make o living on o modest
investment coll the own<>r of this
OlD ESTABLISHED PACKAGE STORE
evenings 5 8 at PI 7-1211.
SMOKEHOUSE
A DRIVE-IN
. establishment of its kind
: 01 ida's West Coast doing
year round business. Located
on the Tamiami Trail in the
heart jf new farming indus-
try Valuable property plus
buildings and equipment only
$45,000. Sale due to illness
Write E.W., e 0 Jewish Floridion,
P.O. Box 2973, Miami 1, Fla.
Photo & Music Equipment
We buy. Bell, Tr.a> Or Hppj.r
Ar,th -g vsicii COMPLETE l_:NE OP SLPPL ES
TRAIL PHOTO & MUSIC
5725 S.W. 8th ST. MO 7-0526
VICTOR PIANOS & ORGANS
SALES-TUNINGS
See Max Lewis
300 NW 54 St. PL 8-8795
"SPEAK HEBREW CLUB!"
Opn to All Creeds
Practice Under Competent Super-
vision; visual 1 auditory aids; good
library; AirCond. No fees, no dues'
Phone FR 4 2147; FR 9 0529

V \
aiII provide thi
the boj '
- Ma K.i Bee nexl M
:> in
an audu
ves an I friends, will
.1 program Featunnj
lats, dancers, jugglei -
Proceeds
toward the d ij
scholarship fund for needy chil
Advisory Board
Names Fine
Ronald I. Fine, director -
1 tate of Food Fair Stores, South
ern Division, h .1 > been elected
urman ol the
IDade Count) Per
[jonnel Advisor}
(Board replacing
tutgoing chair-
[man Burton Nut
icols
in addition t<>
kupen ising t ii i'
Count) Civil Ser
lyice merit s) stem
he board repre-
sents the public
riNt interest m the im-
provement nf personnel admuu-
stration in the county service
it advises the count) commlssio-
ind other officials in prob-
ins concerning personnel admini-
stration and fosters the interest ol
the citizens and organizations ol
the count) in the improvement <>t
mnel standards m the count)
sen ice The board ..1-.' functions
as an appeal board for employee
grievances suspensions and dismis-
sals
Max \ Schwartz, >l V^iami
1. was reelected vice chair
man ol the board and will sen e .1
one-year term along with Fine
Both Fine and Schwartz were re-
cent!) reappointed to a four
t< ini ,111 the board by the Dade
County Commission.
Fine, an attorney, is also present-
I) sen ing as chairman oi the City
"i Miami Economic Advisory
Board He is .1 resident ol Ba)
Harbor.
N
ty YMHA Bi !
fternooi
the Greater Mian
munity <
Y .- also :
Matheson Hammot k
fair child 1 iardens
The annual overnight camping
trip for the boys and girls of
Camp Shalom of the Beach
YMHA took place on Wednesday
and Thursday nights. The boys
and girls in the oldest groups
planned their own menus and
programs, which were held on
th camp grounds at Greynolds
Park.
Competitive athletic ei
the form ol .. Mac abia 1 u ...
the windui week's
on Friday al Camp Ka I ah ol the
Southwest YMH \ Brai npers
are also now preparm
1 h < next editiot
newspaper. "The Kad
Eat ii group ol i ampt rs m ill
a ken on 0 n < il .. series ol
"mysterj bus trips to unknown
destinations A camp show is
-1 beduled for Tuesda) Aug B
These camp activities are serv-
ing 400 children, under the
sorship oi the Greater Miami Jew
ish Communit) Center which is 1
h nefieiar) agenc) ol the l nited
Fund and the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation
IRVING
LAIBSON
at the piono
tli.ga.te
owers
LOUNGE &
RESTAURANT
OPfN Til 2 A.M.
NO COVfft
NO MINIMUM j
BANQUET
FACILITIES
OPEN FOR
LUNCH .
fail ainc
900 WEST AVE
THE BAY MIAMI BEACH
OUTSTANDING CANTOR AVAILABLE
Florida resident, great voice, chair
director Bar Mitivah teacher, se-
curity furnished, excellent refer
eaces. High Holidays or Year, NO
reasonable fee refused, write Con-
torh\ Box 2973, Miami 1, Fla.
Rabbi Hurwitz is Speaker
Weekly luncheon ol Miami Beach
' Hi B'nai B'nth was held
Tuesda) noon .it the Lincoln Lane
restaurant Rabbi B Leon Hur-
witz, spiritual leader oi Temple
Zamora, was guetl speaker He
liscussed Survival Its Tech-
nique Luncheon chairman
-lion Mill.r
HKXT I #',1H
'rom S2 SO p*r day
:
ABOTT MOTORS, Inc.
1451 w FLAGIER ST
Ph PR 3-67&S
INSUtt BfTTtt GKADtS!
PREVIEW TUTORING
oil school and business subject!
ADELPHI PREP
See Velio* '., 655 Phone Book
fk.Li GUIDANCE
526 MI 79 $t. SfriOlD BLDC.
Pt 7-7*23 F| 4-o*3
Rabbi Skop on Television
bbi Morris Skop, spiritual
r ol Temple Beth Shirah, will
be hosl on The Morning Chapel
ision program sponsored bj
''" Miami Rabbi]
Assn ..11 Fridaj Aug 4
wi-st ch 10.7 30 a m
Playmates Schedule Dance
lymates will bold an end of
the month dance on Fnda%
ning at the Seville hotel Fes
tured will be singer Ron
ard and Lee Martin and h:s orch-
estra.
KING
ARTHURS
COURT
The
SINGING STRINGS
DINNER SUPPER
MIAMI
SPRINGS
VILLAS
500 Deer Run d> TU 8-4521
AfT BRUNS. Co-Owntr
-) -i tt I and are y<:
il it
to get fron
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I 1 cense 1-
will provide the 1 mn
lions hi thi 1
Last more th.,-
ildren w irsh
l -he High Holy Da)
I preparations an
>m< late t\ en more -
of tl third aud
i>r Joseph R Naroi
er "f Temple Israel lor 1
ears will <
u illiam Sajow ti
- rill i' m er I
1, B
Alt GIFTIR 5
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FREE!!!
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a KOSHLM POOISIOC SNACK BAR a MAHT 0TNCM FLA'vUi,.
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Now Open
New Preview Restaurant
AND LOUNGE
UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF TOM TRULlS
40 Tears Itptrirnce
for reservations phone HI 3-2038 or HI 3-79S9
3622 CORAL WAY
Lu/w h and Dinner gaww Daliy
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Free 4-A Jfi*tfhrHtor Friday. July 28 1361 •Jewish Floridian z-rzz z-z PIAHT ::; wx Mi SreeTe>plic— FR 3-*£l: Te-etvpe Coaurur^cctons Ntcrmi IW1 MM 396 "-•.1 %  ;• s 'ii i:v. •:-: •-• .--•" •• *< •-• .-. %  ?%  • w--t• .•• i"• %  -*3**e, Vr.*-• ---..-• 5.-;:i* % %  : -:-:• '•*-• V r• Sir 'i El rv : i A — • A %  i s* E-3 i-?i•.-:;^- i-i KM r W : -ni *•• : ZD L SBOCHTT Editor end Puhhsaer Execu-re Editor %  ORAEL BUS] Telepho:* 4-2861 -.^j — Tel Av.. %  : El -:-:-•• SUSSC^^'ON •*£$ UCJ o- >?• KX ---.. •- ••: Vohnss 34 Munabes K U A* 5721 Friday N y 21 1361 A Cog in a Machine %  re: ":-.I : m e f : ^:-.-r-.:. s Ser.cc : %  E %  begged the three-man r.e fax the --' %  ess : wa thai was when ..-. tokei y z: the Ger>; -•.-.-. to • am ifl preet i irrey c -. .%  : the or.conducted by I gross published here rte thai .-. me oi trial srage hard ^o the ananimity of .the man or Buppan o: the pur: the trial dial might have oeer. exA :.oie examination o: newspaper cover >ws thai Eichmann was in many ways beast: faring me course o: us delense i -:Hausnn from me s:c:rr c: his protec-jiian toe ties State o: Israel and the Jewish people irus car. be only pariy explained by c.e-ar journalistic decision that Eichmar.r. man would rnaka tax oe".er reading than iscer'a moral conclusions about mn-Sei be: tot me .: ol tature ger.e:-;:. az : the edification oi history. The virtual hnpaseivenaes of Lcl-.m arm's z. -/o.-ess.cns. so closely icnitinised by oameras tymboused hii determiner, to remain as firm in his de:lara:.ons of mce as were the Nazis thorough in then -• .-. of the Jewish problem That Btchmann • cog in nonstrous machine draws easy laughter memory But e also raises eh can .• as easily. Germ or. a was. -Semiusm gei much rre, .f to tni purISTOI .: : :. %  Legiskm campaigns they •' • •o with last %  %  %  %  -' %  %  %  ected cs a %  n the order and S can ~fc -"• .zed m.. oa' %  wiiI •r.ann ;n nly not rplanatiot. 'or a G gone ng the I -3. We rcise t] iy coni' us m 3i ather form nuclear years ahead. MIDDLE EAST PLAYTIME The Moon in a Barrel The court decision to grant me Chaesidun of Brooklyn theix own :.". in the environs o: Spring Valley, N.Y.. appears or. its :j-e BUTprising On the one hand I iim ore a : answer :o the repeated 11 that igion in our time seems weak and withoul purpose I B BrookJ group ere vigorou eii intent to live c accord..-.5 to 1 Orthodox and op:. Or. the otl tends the hearof the trad The rght 1 :artice oprivate conscience does.-. .v/er to leg late ._:.. moui domain. ••:. : il | Hitler in Prini Again • %  %  Hil vas to be by %  and tl • ule before the la ndrear liance with Lor. Then -here is Chou En ic:. of ?ed CI to expect troa during the week ... is i sec it by IE0 MINDLIN THE CtEATBK Mia. 1^ %  iih Federation i in | .. culty. and a di-pa*.onat. VIM of the situation weald j:>p* lr to be ifl order To !i.slo>al il ITB|M the major U! besetting | 2\oi\ — that silence than : by which CJA has fall..i or • 1!>61 ?oal "In tl matics of modern f'. • the ;m of the parU can be greater than the whole, nri iy Khitnud St bo-.k "No Essf Aeswen .Farrar S %  dshy Nm V rt p The uepbcsUoa is here apparen* In a community of leci esmpstCBi cor--• n BSJ f;r.d thenuetvei hard put • a prt ed DCure fcr each Whefl however a F. •iin

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id0 v. Mi %  ,961 k*i*tnrridiinr Facje 11-A r0-0*K Cross Examination Over for Eichmann .. KV (jTA)— The mara dered ttu man of evid< .. : Bichmann It T *,. ,.., c v „ cre „,,.„,;„. Pfld. *ien e* Eichmann endjed with a .,,,;,! (iiricon HlH. 8 „ ^.Ijli.d •Emission of a key role ., v „,i his lengthy lane! — came tinder documents mark* i. IN B 4 Kichmsnn'a Gestapo department lor Jewish ;if fain Kiehmann sanl thi> was 1111 possibl) MBUlllHI thai his depart. ••! v..-. war criminals -thai from Ei I Russia and from ihorities order -P. Rumania were map >^t bad no etweniive orancnw or portation | .1 at the notorious Wansee of,!cea *• "' n, r 1 2T ern 5 • be returned (o Hungar} Conferenc. of top Nazi leaders arta an *^.**y 1 ?*** .i ... ..._.. u-i-riHcult iKtlh h\ thiMilt hunt li-> the 55-year...x %  lion ol minding th< I ur< i" • • %  •• itlUS F.IC: %  insel i"!' %  • oi Itfd I %  %  • %  qui it i I deft MM' lain n i West G in the death march of 50 000 Jew* from Budape'* to the Au* triar frontier in the fail of 1944. D r Servetiu*. in the reexamination o* hi* client, attempted to strengthen Eichmann'* argument that he had always acted imdor order*. UM trail • %  deportees wife in 1942 it was revealed bj Eicti smui I in trucks, on Eichmam ..: the 100th session ol his the backs trial Eichmann was one ol the nt the Hungai were dealt with h% thiauthorities directly, since II .ill took place within the Polish ana. i i pare < The trial i* %  eh %  %  i < •n was thi i pied by Eich mann %  < the trial e< Eichmam %  l!i % %  I %  Justii i i i %  • nty ol I know • it t n thi i Gr< ii the conference :. 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SHERATON HOTELS mar. D v. In •.. r aski I Eicl si k whetht r he had proposi i Jews from Hui which toi in Od %  \, vi ir.l>. r 1 1 1044 i •> hmann firmh rit n-! if Hi wai thei • mid with i ties phi -'. ropy wich stated in bJui handwriting that tii death march waj carm I out "a< con my propi Reluctantly, Eichmann admitted he vi*iteo the Auschwiti death camp during the Hungar ian deportation* to determine the rate at which the camp could accept depertee* for patting and burning and that he attended a meeting at which a plan wa* worked out to concentrate aW Budapest Jew* en a nearby > land in the Canute and then deported them .n three trains at 3 0CC ictir-i c* v i. .. %  %  %  %  .! %  '., MI m his i to Sassi that Eiehi had com luded the In tun wit Ma ten i nt that "the .ii .> N. iht I hi yeai scourge of mankind. was now removed Eichmann told the court that "even if I said thi*. I would have been completely mad to record thi* before Sassen." 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v July 28. 1961 +Mistrk>rrtiir Page 3-B iderson to Make Second Appearance; i nne Grant Due in Melodies Program m ••, &f <* i and TV's popular c m >* %  tra in a program of melodies irom tor pianist Skitch Heoder •]>„. frantic Fifties." make hisecond "P p" ,, this season on Sunday v l ls *** %  Henderson will bo lucts the University of Jeanne Grant, a soprano who has Summer Symphony Orcheaappeared in levenl Broadway musical shows, and with the New Vurk City Opera Company. Henderson's program will consist of show tunes from "Kiss Me, Kate," "Me and Juliet," "My Fair Lady," and Brig* doon." A "Caribbean Polka," with Henderson at the piano, is another program highlight. Soprano Jeanne Grant will be heard in two vocal sequences featuring selections from musical comedy and opera. The concert is the eighth in a series given at Miami Beach Auditorium. A long time fa>orite with Miami Beach audiences, Henderson will ()•• making his sixth appearance with thr Summer Symphony Orchestra since his local "Pops" lebul in IBM Music director >> %  the N ad< asting I ompanj in New York, he iwidel) remem bered for hiweekly appearances mi the "St< \ < Mien Show o\ et N B< I \ He ,11-n has appeared as gue&l conductor of many of the major symphonj orchestras in the United States, including the New Yurk Philharmonic and the Nanal Symphony in Washington, D.C., and last year w ith the London Philharmonic UM Symphony Adds Two Met Stars To Glittering Roster Slated for Fall JtANNl GRANT Two Metropolitan Opera contralto Belen Amparan and William Lewis, last week wen erl tO the list of guest -• 4<>i-' — who will appear \\ith the I'nm : Miami Symphonj Orchestra during its 35th anniversary season thi* tall. The artistwill open "he Symphony's winter concert series 28 and i'3 by joining conductor Fa bien Sevitzky and the orchestra in i %  formance <>t Gusl n M ahler's •: i| and moving • • phonic von ii i h< Song "f the Earth I sented for th< I i -• turn Miss Amparan, born in Texas arc 1 raised in Mexico, had her first operatic success at the National Opera in Mexico. Her European appearances include performances at the Teatro Nuovo in Milan, the Rome Royal Opera Theatre, as well as extensive tours as "Carmen" throughout Spain and France. Her repertoire encompasses virtually all of the great contralto roles: Miitnon, Delilah, Ulrica Masked Spain at Dade Auditorium JOSfPM SCHfff.SMAN r Tamid Picks Music Director j -i hreibman ha b %  m ip fy director ai Temple d tor the I Huh Schreibman will lirecct t e choir bman is known nati m til) n ol litui {i il mu ..I whuh he comp • %  !•• • He started his • %  • % %  al the i %  ri> age A l >-ing thi piano from th • re • • teachi r Mi-ha Ostl iw ikj iter continued his itudtea il rial Conservatory %  v -' : smeru a he renew ed • prol S %  :,.( During • HI was mus:. > u D \> in Phils i I in music al i ast ten j %  %  -%  a been anu-EI her %  • '. • ran ..i w .11 rendei ol ihe In Miss Grant a native of Chii i i appeared in the original Broad %  ) companies of Brigadoon Damn Yankees and "The King and I Other roles include ap pearances in Gian-Carlo Menotti's ihe Consul and "The Saint of meeker Street She also has sung in Rodgers and Hammer stein concerts at the Yale Bowl Park in Chicago A little of tin. original and poig nantl) beautiful art from which Spam has contributed to the dance wa.demonstrated by a fresh group la.-t weekend ..t the Dade County Auditorium Led by Man ano I'arra. hidancerAntonia Lux, Doriana del Valle and Ramos made up in generosity and willingness what they perhaps lacked in experience and intensity Rostta de Triana, with the dark appeal and husk) voice of the true flamenco singer, alto lacked animation, as did Antonio, the male flamenco singer, and .loan Mejia, a fine guitarist, whose music teemed muted Parra's flrsl appearance in a Zapateado to Sarasal w %  < • -mall in <\ mg platform, which ma> have furnished him with a tour de force, but did not con tribute lo (nor detract from) the basic line or rhythm, which was pure and authentic \ .'ota with Parra and his dancers and the singer inti i io w • %  charming and vivacious but lack ed the rustic humor a with the regional style The second hall ol the program built somewhat in emotional pro jection hut th.' last number. Cuadro Flamenco in which the ei indulged in %  sort of t hallenge, while the singers tarist supplied the accompanying Ball), Amnens .Aida), *no Mirina (Boris Godounov). Lewis, who with Miss Amp i 'an will he making bis first ance in Miami, has appea numerous opera companies i repertoire consisting ol over '• > itlc rolein four langu ig .. The American singer %  I b) criticand \ ie m NBC 'i\ Op* %  i I' %  malice a'I amino I zart's Magic Flute Otl if Rodolfo i B> iboth in "S I Vndn • Wo/zel >%  r.ky I • • %  \ %  u with the ; I In addil m| t Lewis, other stem, Rudolf Serkin an cellist Gregor Piatigoi -K> Galina \ ishn \ ska) a, ol the B >!shoi i ipera Co.; \ lolimsts J it I Martz) and Christian Fei raa I tour vocalist w ho will appi n Verdi • Requiem, Irene J soprano, Mary MacKenzn I to Robert Rounsi \n Berberian bass vocal musical and hand encouragement, seemed never t reach the suppleness implicit in sounds and ni"\ • ments all) web on "s ever) appearance was Senor in Mercadal whose classii al ir playing I i num rs was %  > highlight ol the Here ia fine musician, wh> has at hidisposal taste style and technique. — Isabel Grave. 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n J ZZ\ by ISABEL GROVE • ng the summer with Iheir parents art it" Iwin sons ol M %  Sol Leslie, "t SIM Prairie ave Rodne) has %  '..-' • •. yean ol active duty in the is Navy, and he %  • •. world" Thwestern Pacific, the Orient, the I the U.S.A Served ..a supplj officer on the on Commander Cruiser Destroyer Stall Pacific, .tant suppl) officer to Commander Oceanographic Sys Prior i" entering t hi and served two > ears in UM I S Navy, traveling throughwestern Pacific and the Orient I his summer ho grad 1 highest honors from the Fashion Institute ol Technol colleges a sociated with New York Universit) with i, m associi ted and applied science m industrial mana e am >• '• engineering He ii now associated with Bob n Belaire ). and fives in \Vh • liny. \\ Va the dji oman s lUorfJ "tJewisili Fioridiaxi Miami, Flondu. Friday. July 28, 1961 • on E PORTRAIT Of A NOTABlt WOMAN Ann Robison: A Life of Dedicated Purpose By MARIANNE ZEITLIN whir, the histoni discussions on the Pali slim Resolution took place •hi i nited Nations in 1948, there : i %  ; %  hostility and res si i amoi g the member delegates m thh.nl than igeneral!) ri m mbered Sitting m their midst ..,i lad) to whom thmil im i acl ol Rabbi HiUel's "Elm am i Ii, mi ll?" i "It 1 :mi rot for myself, who will be for me?") tame borne The lady a> Mrs tdoli Robison, an Accredited Oh -i • \ er the L'N simultaneously for she National Council "t Jew ih Women and '.lit American Aasn t i nivcr.-it) Worn* n, who bad until that moment, cherished her dispassionate objectivit) in inter national politics. When apeaki r after speaker iron, 'he Arab bloc (. -in to i 1 ".!' rostrum ipouting hatred distorting history, threat nit m ihilation, MrRobison, spite of herself, knew -he could nevi i again be casual about her I end ij It was only natural therefore, when two years later her eldest i elected to go to Israel to live, :l.it she should -tart learning He brea — from scratch, nurd you— %  few years later i nw rge at • i head ol hi r class .i! the Wornen's Institute oi the Jewish Theo logical Seminary of America, a full-fledged Hebrew scholar, or scholaress, if you will. Natural, that is. tor Ann Robison, the port, ultra-feminine and dj namic woman who packs %  wallop complete!) disproportionate to hT barel) five-foot physical frame Mrs. Rohison had come mil circle from her childhood in Oldtown, Me with its handful ol Jewish families to her student days at the t niversit) ol Maine when' she was the on!) Jewish girl in her class. This vivacious woman became Accredited Observer at the I'nited Nations after long and ardous en perience in organizational work, 1 : t on the regional level, and then national]) she has lectured ink tbower and brunch 'or futun I • Nam > • hi Mgiers h< tel last Sm Pieee de n hbaskef filled with elaborately wrapped can openers, %  %  • • mixing spoons choppers and all th< othei miscel ,i ichen complete vithout Mlractivi v cj orange -ilk sleeveless and rull-skirted llos an Kramer, Isabel Hecbl and Brcnda l$io*l> '. quests were their mothers Mrs Sanford Kramer. Florr Isidon Hecbl and Harriet Mrs Sam) Brody. as well > Vllan (Isabel Peldman. mothei ol thi {room-to-be. Mrs Berj Schonfeld and Mrs Ethel Gersoi uesl ol h r's int •.. rrotters Tour for Students will account foi 40 days psky's ummer Daughter of Mr and MrJoseph k) 4316 Sheridan ivi Carole left in June and will I ntries including German) Pranci England. SwifterI tal) Ith .. chance to %  • big cities apd little village! i yside from the chartered bus which will trasport parents art spending the summer in Maim and • i.t • %  i n New York the end ol August for a briel shopping pturn to the Beach together Caroli sa Beach l ..-. and will enter the University of Miami in Septeml i • rtj b) Ihe I adi< \ v I ar) \ | | p. %  33fl • ji \ .'ii for Dorol h) Mo* and ho rried S inda) Jul) 23 in Rabbi Mayi r Guests "ii< i kng feln d State Mi Mas 1.' "• i ommandi i Bei i loklMi • Maurice Weini Mjrs \ ,. ..i muin s of ci for thi ala • red Rubi I. ->f Ma ion Sables write friends acl •• set them back 50 years when the) touched Spain he) love this glimpse ol the past and an covering as pass hie in Ih 81 Fiat Have i sited %  Toledo and Cordoba seal ol Moorish-Jewish | r eagerl) lo %  forw i rd to ihe i on ; leii next stop whi re the) I broth" ho -€ %  '••i. : M fiahlag" sign on the Fruit Circus f( weeks Chuck Zalia headed for a visit with Friends %  : Maasachuaetti to do just that First, he'll ac r.j his parents \ii and Mrs Joseph Zalis 1688 SVk H:h • here 3B years ago from Baltimore, to that city n lamil) reunion, which will include randmother Zalia, who % %  BO years old, and the Bar MiUvah ol David, -on ol Mi Irs Leon Zalia, on Aug 5 .. arri s Blaaberg, sk> Lake N Miami Beach, la doing his K at ion fishing in local waters Keelsrthat he can temporarily • hi? duties %  vice president" ol Riverasde Memorial I hapels quiu succeaafull) with even a abort trip in the boat he t' ved for his birthday recently First outing lor John and Peggy Monahan since the arrival %  second son la Maj was • %  Jamaica vacation J<*hn r.i at Bam Frtedland's Diplomat hotel in HoiKwood where convi ntiOO sales manager -* let sllamiana enjoying the varied vacation facilities at i, j,, i',kiN H am tw Simon Rubins, !'• n and MrNathan Jaffa, Mra Mildred HiOman I and •' the Arthur SI and the In Prior to his departure lor Israel and Europe. Dr. Zev Koqon counsel for the Jewish National Fund of Greatfr Miami, is assured by Miss Universe, lovely Marlene Schmidt, of her continuted eiforts to promote better understanding cmona bone and further world peace, while Dr. Koaan explains tc the vounc eiectroiv.es engineer the reclamation work beir.q ccne by Jewish National Fund in Israel. Meeting was at the cilices of Ll Al Israel Airlines here. U i • ationall) for the rv .'w and AAUW awell amade speeches on behalf of 'he United Nations lor UM r s Mission ti thi United \. iioi Foi man) yeai he: i M and World Vffairs reports were the highlight of the newsletters ol both the NCIW ..nd the \M IM in 1952, whiU attending the General %>• s( mhly in Paris, -he was guest ol i IT Clay in Berlin during the .v.r lift in Germany she broadcast hei experiences in ih rubble that then Berlin to -lit United Stati II w.,shortly afti i this expei • ence th..t MrRobison due to hi r mother's serious illness terminated her United Nations activities Th< United Nation-' loss was her lam I) gain for the I, N J w .. • ;lad lo have its illustru t.:./( n home again tot ms arc b< th cit nt thi type t'tat ,IM oi -• d foi tut rarel) mati i ali b) man) a Chambet I ommi r< e ii Robi son who ipresident ol the R< it :. \r :or. Textile < ompai > ol Wi Ni ,\ > oik. New .!> r-> j servi '1 for lour years as ( ouncilman in Ii „n i k \ .1 Hiown interest in I i ael | rebates that ol his a ife, and he i. %  vice presidenl ol the America Israel Cultural Foundation a member ol t he national i>i .HI. of Bonds tr Israel and Palest im Economic Commission. !h first visited Israi I n 192-1 ai d I. beei ,i pioneer worker in hi r |.. hall i ver since ^ i an ol great charm and culture with eclectic u :< n sts he even n • to | j ..!•.. %  soon si w it'i hambcr < nvi ml .ehi inspan I i • Thi Robmson hom has pi ia)l) lecnme an exti nsion ol Ihe i i" mui it) Cenh r in New Jersey, %  •. en the diffei enl anizi petti and Ihe i su Vnd • j the u hole famil) i an coi rrsi in Hebn Mrs Robison claims that Ihe stu j ol Heb I .,:. t0 hi I i the i I and p ent. Recci i ptmn ConGeneral I I liai ol Israel -ci nt a hall ng ith hi i in Hebrew '!" \; n Robison, this as a n ilestone life y at m .. .' .i\ it n pn -• nted ition ol the • for ', rnt ou s i \'ati 'is and %  ni with Israel v i Local Women Chosen Sorority Officers i ocal aromen • hosen lo servi national offici iof Phi Sigma Sig ma al ita 48th national convention held rocentl) ..t the Beverly Hilton hotc l m Beverly Hills, Tali! .ire Mra Joseph Klein ol t'oral Gablea, elected national tribui i MrVictw Keitei. i oral Gables, appointed national philanthropy direetor of l'hi Siunia Bigma; and Miss Harhara Kuluk ol N Miami Beach, appointed national field secretary, who will viait all under graduate and ahimnae chapters throughout the United Btati KM f.i twi ir. national offii e %  the individual chapter Delcgati •' the i on ventii ,,: %  *>'' i • i rg r>ri -,. :hi Phi Sic haptei al thi Univei • M \ ol Miami, who represented 1.. ta Thi la chapter Miss Ann Yaschik was Beta Sigma chapter delegate from the University <>i i pa Hiyhhtht of the convention w..%  I. presentation of the outstanding alumnae award to the Miami Alumnae chapter, and Diviakm iv honorable mention to ir. underate phapti r al the I ni> • i sit> of Miami Pr Jessie Marmonston, ol l-o" 1 • lt : lei i sean h ph) sician and mi i.iix r ol l'hi Sign S %  an • %  unced that -he ill ponsoi a a member ol Sigmi S i Dr Marmonston stressed ll, • port a nee ol w oman pla< e m >. .i %  i nd medicii • Annual Swim Parly Flamingo < hapti r, B nai B'nth Women, will hold it< third annual -wim and luau party on Frni.iv i ,i the Urliner motel, ti i ram id Y< ung Adults held i %  .... ay eveninj



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mi and •> %  i the baby. • WE _L BE LOOKING FOR YOU %  id Diane HeUer lidn'l have to look long for the.r friend, on le They arrived on time to hear all about the Hellen %  i Israel as members of the United Jewish Appeal Mission i aders •an has always been a dynamic speaker, but he's better than ever n, the-ana of Israel Spellbound, hi, friends listened to him for and a^ed man> questions after The> would have continued il l>.ane had not sel the table with big platters oi nova 'i. I -h ted a closer look at the opening presentation in the Koota, Finer Exchange Vows M Lol j Marilyn Finer and Tobin In Koota %  • nuptial luly 23, at UM v tel Rabbi Joseph Naroi officiated at • '••) p m cerehich was •: %  i : ceptior. in the h I Danghter ol Mr an I MrJa< k • ei* 85th !.. tl le is a • M ami Beach High S hool For her wedd;f all ncoo %  bids nor. Mad Kool Finer L-sa ] Sen %  %  :%  %  %  %  I ol Phi K • ii. He the n \ %  the yo ing 5 Shore d 4ian Emanu-EI Schools Registering Early Temple F.manu El's reh school refiatratioa tx opened to parentthis they were urged to youngstcra in all depart the school We are DStOt th monthto -et up our i .,. school board chairman Ra ^ Yuan It ia *o much m tical for pareata to regisi a com• waiting for i hildn n at rather than mn %  "i • %  explained tha: •in -• r) school age chi %  %  Brandei %  • has a irl met I for mon ( lasses UJ be hi nain building 1701 W • ave and the North : .'.• %  %  it .,: | Dickens boo i %  4 • 4 it Our Foundation scfcoc •, faki-.g another *p for i said Vuni. "From e-. cation will he classes i kindergarten, and from the I thrown tht fourth qrti?, rnn year *!5. TOB/V K00T-' Lowenthals Tell June's Betrothal i -' \. r I VM AI ith h lather late foi vedd set • .\. thai Ml qua. i • S nd thai • ee-afti • Ii i attentUM •\er Mia :.. uh Both %  classi i •>.'ii tranportal %  I HI (he itudenl it has the busHa i Moll Eichmann Dann) has had it bound m black bather lift to .he H.ll.rfrom pros* I neral Gideon Ha is included Mr and Mrs Charles Courshon Mr and Mrs Wil Mr and Mrs Marshall Ruff. Mr and Mrs Stanle, Worth N MM Saul Genet. Mr and Mr Frank 1 *' *'> Wollowick Mr and Mrs Ben Hempner Bd h """ r 1 Seevan and Mr and Mrs Donald Rubin Il CAME TRUE '''••' lrl Jan. MrCharlesi Leeds 1 Plces hav. al ., intrigued hei going at long ia-, w„h her husband It mil h, JUST LIKE A SCHOOL TEACHER SOONER OR LATER not twinging ii now Jn?', n. "L ; >win -'"h r But *e did £ ,t. An,, no A e,l", arK reC Verini *'•""' *• TOKYO, JAPAN P^^TT^^Z^^ *£* ^rumately. she M noiher. Mrs Charles GreTnf.elH^ r T rted ,h; ,0 w n r-ticta i.anot. ( wn ^ld eat. or rather try t 0 eat. with HISS Jt/Nf tOWfMTMAt Young Adults Schedule Talk, Dance and Show Young adultbetween the I of 21 and 35 are u vited to al Ihe bi-monthl) meetn ol Voung Adult Friends ol Israel which ace Thursday evi suif-i' %  Muter Miami Dr Martin Belle ipresid the Hi ..r \ • y flagler Granada Party %  &n i ind • iffi led. at the I Mr!'.. i s, hwa %  MO SVi >' % % %  I %  ,\ LADIES!! TMII MAGICIAN IN TMI HtlOHtO-HOOO WHO CH4NMS OtP fUtmiuti INTO MtWHH • *T HALF THI MIT Of M • Ml 0NAN6IS LIGHT W000 INTO OUK 4 OARK WOOD INTO LIGHT H.US ixnnr UPMQUTIST HI ALL FURICS MARSICANO IROS. 7345 • W. 8th T. CA l-gjlt LOUVEREO SHUTTERS FOR WINDOWS & DOORS FACTORY TO YOU! A-1 EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 94401 %  tAUTIFUUY FINISH! AND INSTALLED FREE ESTIMATES NO OBLIGATION BRADY CO, Inc. 2 mm •. ** in nr m



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Jewish Flor idiaxi Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 1 e 34 Number 30 Miami.-Florida. Friday. July 28. 1961 Two Sections — Price 20 STIFFEST SENTENCE YET IMPOSED 'ockwell Henchmen Get Hard Labor Eichmann Trial JUSTICE MPT. STUDYING U.S. NAZIS PACE I A %  I I H [rtiii i %  !' waa a week of several con ,. ..... ... flic is involving Rockwelhtes in IN, rON Va A Virginia Judge ha. imposed oa two strert .iterations and arrests as Swell's Nan itorm tnwpan sentences of a year each well athe sentencing ol a third '„„ %  M eoovictioa of chargea of aaaaull and batten against Naii and the formation of an Ar lington Bmergenc) Citizem Com mittre with the avowed intention 11 wish boy. tiffesl lentence yet ii ct the Rockwellli • gthj record of the law it ^> the A huh the Nazis went i laims of < zeroising f free ipeet h by pro to -i ii) American ..is t hambt I and .. 'I "ui a physical as Ends as Court Juvenile Court Judo* Hugh Creecjer imposed the sentence* on Robert Garber, 31, and Richard Brawn, 26, the miximum permissible on n assault and battery conviction The victim was Rickey Farber. Garber and Brawn wore arrested July 11 ftr the boy's father swore out warrants against them. of finding legal wavs to nl the Virginia cit) ol Rockwell, his headquarters, his itormtroopers" and their barracks Judge n eg, r declined to hold Garb, i and Bratin for grand jury action which would require a wail until nexl October II. ruled there %  is uffi, H nl %  \ idem i lo press Continued on Page 7 A Slates Recess 10-oar CtOSS FXAA1INATIOW CVEP. PACE 11 A Kennedy Letters to Arab Leaders Rapped in Senate ON .11 V Three .•! a question on the i .. k nl whether aembarking ooing the Arabs %  .. Si %  neth Ki atii Neu York qu, ttioned l'i eaideot \, %  %  i it, i to Arah rub rs at ion of Arah refugee* laI hi recent i secutive CM part lii.i" i %  %  to furnish rockets j;. fluted Arab Republic. Sen. H, -. ii in recced rocket < pi Isod, appeared ano t her attempt '.( woo "hi Iriendship of the Arabs ("• i i %  %  i oncessiona." on the Arab ref 11 said the 'only i solution is the resettle • in *rab territory Yet Ihi In -:d. nl l the i s to Nasser • • lie cause of Neai Eastern pi i Sen. High Scott, Pennsylvania Republican, stated it was "disturbing" to read President Kennedy's letters to Arab rulers on repatriation and compensation of Arab refugees. He said "resettlement" wa snot even mentioned. He ashed: "Does this omission represent a change of view or repudiation o* former policy?" Sen Jacob K Javiti \i York Republican, called on Congress to restore to the foreign Aid Bill a polity statement against Arah bias affecting American citizens He ; -.•nl Congrees should not abandon | an anti bias niraxin in tin pend ing legislation because "in tht J present Near Bast situation, omia sion of char language could easily | be miasaaderstoad and taken as encouragement to intensify discrimination against American citi/oiis Sen Javita criticited President Kenned) %  omission of reference to "resettlement" of Arah refugees in the President's letter to Arab* Continued on Page 3 A SCN. JACOB JAVITS criticiiei omission .1ER1 SALEM — (JTA i Adoll Eichmann, who Is charged with di%  g lh< Nazi annihilation ol 6 000.000 Jews in Europe, Mondaj finished testifying on his own he hall .a his trial here He has bei n on the witness stand for 29 days in the same glass-enclosed, bulletprool cubicle where he haa beei sitting since the trial started on Mr 11. %  •You %  IMA, i mplet< testimony, presiding Jus1 i h.Landau loM Ei< hmai after urn mil nii t him briefly. I>> Ii wy, r Dr Robert S, rvatius then i %  • inti the next sit i hich coi ->ti 'i it. sr witnesses, former Gestapo men, feared arrest in Israel it thej were t>> conn here in person Up • %  n the completion ol reading UM Continued on Page 6 A CJFWF Group Confers in Israel On Needs of the Country JERUSALEM—(JTAV— A series of consultations between members of the overseas delegation of the Council of Jewish Keiler.ilions and tVelfare Funds and top government officials and leaders of American -upported philanthropic agencies in Israel has just been concluded it was announced here by Irving Kane. Cleveland. CJFWF president and hi ad of the delegation, prior Arabs Unveiling Another Section at United Nations NATIONS — (JTA) — The formation of a new to-called ib Delegation." dedicated to the termination ol the on tpation of 80 percent of the territory of Palestine b> aa announ, ed hero this an eh ncemenl was made in to his return to the I nited States Kane indicated that he expected i series ol recommendationa on immigration, absorption, voluntar) fund raising here and m America, ami th, deepening ol mutual under standing, to emerge as %  result of ihe discussions, which will be pre sent.'! lor approval and ictioi bj ister Yosef Burg, Labor Minister Giora Josephthal, Foreign Minister Golda Meir. Agricwltwre Minister Moshe Oayan, and Educa tion Minister Abba Eban. .ii wish Agencj representatives included Moshe Sharett, cha of the executive of the Ji H isl the organized Jewish communities Agency: A L Pincus, th. new ol the l nited suiteand Canada treasurer; Mcshe Avidor directo 1 i ation signed by one Who calls hiiiis, II ii n preaaotaUve of the '• % %  • D, I. Btion." Little r, aboul Mr Nakhleh he claims to be I ref "rectifying the injustice inflicted on Palestine and its population since 194t." 'our tarvanl hop*." be stated is that a peaceful solution ol the at the annual General Assemblj ol the CJFWF .ii Dallas Ti ^ in November Government officials who took part in tho talks — each in a separate discussion with the delegation—were Prime Minister David Ben Gunon, Finance Minister Levi ItJtkei, Welfare Min,'oneral; Moshe Rivlin, secret! > general; and a number ol others responsible especiallj i>r th, ation absorption agricultural -, ri. in. "i housing, and other a* pects ol the \ %  11 > > s work Also participating were the i in ctors and stallol th.' JDC Ml Continued on Page 8-A Cornell Prof Justifies Israel On Missionaries ITHACA. NY lJTA ["he n >i nt In uble over a fui • church in Jeru-alt m ne 10 he seen against .. .'! %  r background in order that the inci lent be prop, i ly understood Pi Milton K Konvitz (old %  !•>'-' %  audit IH • at Cornell l'n:\ert here on Tu, s, The speaker .>n authority "ti American constitutional la and Professor ol Law at Cornell said [that Israel was not uniiu in being ..ware ol a missionary problem. In many countries tlarougfaout %  \sia. Alnca and Latin America. governments have been concerned Aith missionary activities and some nations have imposed legal oi extra-legal restrictions on tbe admission and activities .,i Christ* ,..n missionaries. The attitude of these countries is well reflected, said Prof. Konvitx, in the following statement of Ghandi: "If yow (Christian missions) feel that the Indian religion is also trwe, though, like all religions, falls from perfection, and you come in a brotherly spirit of helpfulness to cement friends lip then there is room for you here. But should yow come here as the preachers of new gospel to an 'unenlightened people." then, to the extent that I am interested, there is no room for you." it.position said Prol K o n\it/. was reflected in a statement made to him two years ago bj an African leader himsell a Chi islian, who said that his African i untry would welcome Christian misslonai s who would come .is phj iicians, pachers or in whatever other capacity, as Ion .ithej would come render productive service, but Continued on Page 3-A %  % % %  ne claims io nr a rei %  > iii.n • |"i"i -.. %  ..... %  .. -.. %  • %  %  Palestine It is underPalestine problem will be found ince 1048, he has lived compatible with international law. Mmc m Argentina. He with the Charter of the t nited Na| n the United States Since tiOfjl and the Charter ol Human he Juan Peron regime. Rifhta, and not oa the basis of the N fait accompH resulting from the cm. 1 i '* d m h '* • nnown unji.st.fied. illegal occupation and '7 *•,• -* • "•• power pohUcs" copy announcing formation of his %  •ktaarian to Secretary General The formal letter continued by %  Jha United Nations and to stating: Palestine as of ri^ht heads ol all missions accredited should be reeo-ni/ed aI demo 't the UN. In his formal letters cratic -tat. where all Palestinian 6 *"• U N Secretary General he Araband Jewi DM] live in peace •wad thet "the obiect of the as lellow citizens without any ills "•Ration is to cooperate" with crimination on grOUBdl Of race •n o.g.nj of the UN toward rt-ligion or peilitu-al belkff Goldmann Reports on Russian Jewry PARIS --i.lT.Ai— A somber picture Of recent developments in the life of Jews in the So\ let Cnion was presented here this week by Pr Nahnm Goldmann. He drea lhal picture in a report for the World Conference of Intellectuals which met lure under his chairmanship last September 10 evaluate the situation of the 3,000,000 lews in the USSR During the last 12 months. Dr Goldmann reported 13 synagogues i have been closed in the Soviet [Union. He listed the cities when .I. wish bouses of worship ha\i shul as staiir.o Kasaviurt and Kobuleil in Dagbestan, Saratov R, /ii I Kremenchug, Poltava Veliki Luki Soroko, Novograd-Volinak, Kamin ovits, Tukkum (near Riga), and th, Ruaskaya Street s ^ < Czernowitz. In general, the report said "no signs of improvement" in the re ligiovs life of the Jewish community in Russia could be found since the Paris conference, nor has there been any "distinct improvement" in regard to Jewish national or cultural life in the Soviet Union. Sum th. I!**) conference had requested th. Soviet authorities to ;•< • i | .'HI ation of .'i wa wishing to reunite with their families in ittai countries, Dr Goldmann Continued on Pact 1C-A



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' Page 14A + %  kJ>t FkriJiir Friday [. ;: Browsing With Books: By HILARY M1NDJS Gripping Revelation of Soviet Attitude Toward Jews THE SOVIET UNION. Bv New York: Crown PublishTHE JEWISH PROBLEM IN B. Z. Goldberg. 374 pp. •rs. Inc. $4.95. IT is UNLIKELY that B Z Goldberg will ever again be welcome In the Soviet Union The Indefatigable writ traveler, whose column m Der Tag" is finding its second generation cf readers, is Russian-born, and speaks Russ fluently. During the past twenty-five years, he paid tl extended visit.-, to the Soviet L'nion, studying the pi of the Jews and talking with their leaders The sum that experience is presented in this book as an analysis and solution." The analysis immediatel) strikes the reader as of exceptional quality—sharp, but without rancor, seat ing, yet not denunciatory ll eans n a kind ot pass lesaness so deliberate as I i >-• instantly suspect; tl %  Piling the carel at s then reas to the Jewisl S el L'nion whi< will te public • theee (as< naung %  the Sot iet ruling cirea •*. I v :r author !>< ing more than pert :tam Prom his first viait to Rusi 19M when I %  in yi ars still held vis at nsntisi for Bui Jew : > l9-k> with its post-war m the ens i f Stalin's > is • %  %  ik is i % %  th people and i I unofficial s Capitol Spotlight: B y MILTON FRIEDMAN Free Speech Doesn't Mean Verbal Provocation Washington QOCTRINAIRE CIVIL libertarians, more preoccupied with legal technicalities than the end ot justice, were dismayed this month when the District of Columbia Municipal Court ol Appeals ruled that free speech does not confer a ",-i^ht" to verbally provoke violence The Court of Appealupheld disorderly conduct convictions of George Lincoln Rockwell for breaches of the peace at rallies of his American Nazi Between You and Me: BORIS SMOLAR New Light on Rusk CRIENDS OF Israel tn this coun%  try are beginning to lose taith ;n Secret! rj ol SI its Dean Rusk. Thej ha\e confidence in President Kennedy, but they are beginning to believe that Secretary Rusk is inclined to follow the pro-Arab pohthe late John Foster Dulles, hipredecessor in the Eisenhower Administration It is becom i and mure % %  :,,, : i> elements in the Si h;.\ ing kept quiet when the I \ %  • %  %  %  are now rega i *nd it becomes that Si %  %  %  Rusk is In il Si I ish Stati mier David when :: President : %  • ras under the %  : t Secretary Rusk i ttfj minican Republic pi ippoi itment. The Israeli IT, : „... | ignore i tary Rusk'.impolite •. [srael this pass unnoticed li was taken becretarj ol state may t l e even irse than Mr Dulles Indee move. I le SI Department assured th. \\ vv< ; talk with B> Gurion would not afl tn %  ,„ ,„,| u v on the Arab-Israeli conflict This *as followed up b) Presi dent Kennedj lettei • %  „. Ara | them thai the United States would be gu the Jf n c i si0 "? of k the ,A : Conciliation Comn %  ton which ha> been • nothiag but ., paper This in turn encoura Department -tn• '•'"" %  oul openly with anti-Israel comments 22,i 0 |.1 """ i; y declaring thai Israei ;"" have .„, 0 „ ;' f"** mpensation to Pa une Arab refugees The. n '•" %  %  %  "' P I private Xmen brrni o sell rocket•„ ,i u ,,.,,, Alal) u .. )llb|u •kdtteMU applical J X tain.material,,,n the Unit m the State Department Behind Secretars Rui l-m't d J T U,U tirv T nM,! ;,l> ',,'"' *' '''''• I the iteSecreidler v,ar>_„n the basil ol experience-no, in r ,. V-cr. and gradu.il N d „ came more friendlj Obviously Secretary R. Lnof inclined to learn from :hl p| J "* %  '> Jg* for,e. that Mawe, loub he United S. JJ opened the Midd Mot ^Ebenhower saved him % %  J/JS ass *s •artj lasl year Two rail • • lence after Rockwe I. exp r Is He used succh e| • I lews ,Vu • cowards traitors eging that he was silenced libertj I R e! Bu: the Court %  : v issue of Ri .!..' ell icp itai fi male a decision it t >ui rlj ii duct and noting .%  > Rockwell and hi N In one case hi> "offens ve to th %  crow I caused a not In the hiN "Stormtroopers" into the au.i. ... ,. •. \ • i heckle while he M ting i.". Jul) i. 1960, Rockwell w a public Semitic rally near Washington's eum His shouts ol In lews rotten lews i • rences to Jews generall) is "ti crowd -t non-Jews and Jews Blood) Rockwell and 16 Natis were arrested Sw special booked but charges against them were dropi ICM I] cited constituti i iral abuse ol Jew s and had done all in his powei vith to prevent violence—At hitrial Municipal Court J id •,: li • ; ; ickwell was incorrect Reeves fu us Xai ers i Appeal: %  i that, in 'is Coun \ %  %  : %  wards s struck %  rudgeHo %  • \ i • Panorama: }i OAVIO SCHWARTZ s Region of Bit I lestaona th s i'l the) in. rv lUina up the contradictory > •h.r the .'. a || no long 11 iai the Jew being a Jei i Bil number amony th, offers is, in light „f the I II < .• chapters, a strange or. Jews be give* the van;, %  I I then whioh ahrayi lea i wntrj >. that the) be %  (ion and culture, and that • : i Israei Of like saying to %  tick : • cure Inot | bav e CBUghl I not what to do about rtdiculousl) eas) • '•'ice this ezplanai • in imii and bistorj But in a i i the Soviet I Dion s, where ., %  • i the top isily be politii .1 reasons u : ; apt< r pokes sean hu ihnesa repri ties Bui i this is true. • ] menl I would be futile I) a dual problem Si itism ..* it occurs u ol which i> the p en which bot Mr icpl i is not I US Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON Kennedy Confusion w> Unl HAT TMg Kenne.lv \ edi m peg the \r.ib refugee pi good li iai naaignif) ing len one -.*n rea I rnat's the firm opin ., mats here wll %  %  • Mr %  with i : • r : Aistration h -•••.. ion of %  in i.i*t weel I \ i %  %  H9 • kdn i now I lling ... %  Two Southerners: Jeff Davis, Judah Benjamin C-' A JEW in lhi v pO A JEW, in this j centennial isani isani pei %  lera jamin it a Jew should • %  .. tary f state in Davis' :her Souther: Irama ... MC e ra I DavU were in the I s [Tin ; --mark which %  •. friendship • line when e< urse : man, knew • miv .n the la i • %  %  ler sense an I i MM %  remark I %  %  French approach The El lent, the French asked ai il reason ceases, the law i sunn ob erved apigrammaticall) and that is not 1 """ "' at philo .phy of law out Benjamin apparentlv knew verv little ol fninglj had tew Jewish aai mati >i ','. i conversation between turn on L ml th Webster and Rabbi Isaac M •ech that he delivered ,n a syiui jrom Kippur. o Jt historical research ha, branded '• % %  '" %  '"••Ida:...,, About the only del BOW about bira U that be r %  • ccdent. atfitn, b> Rsbh



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1 + k*ist nrrkfor Friday. July 23 %  H i CJFWF Group Views Israel's Need s .... l nvwe accura: **• mv -AM Imo-. C— ~s*e : -o— "• '•* Mac a %  aw* I^eratl %  ** %  1 ] %  %  %  .-.0] •"A\ Teachers Attend Finance Seminar %  ."^ %  r v.* H"'.RH m .--. tandar'i :=•--. te> -.* Z-rrZ-ZZ. of -L£ ZZ 'V /total flepV. Studies Rockwell Party With Eye on Prosecution %  %  : r. • ( •• n -. 7-': 1 -' 1 • • I %  l % %  :.. -, %  %  %  %  intereraL n • e under ." %  %  %  I */** th* information evrrent. •> aole 1* insufficient to • %  i -•"* cimirvel prosecution of I j mar t< et>*ed that shovid our irvr 4.-e!~p evidence legally c -t to establish sc:h wiowi r w'l be acted jpon with .e->: and '9or Meanwhile I iUMM that local ai/thrrtes %  '*** prsecutee action Rtt MM members of the 011' M as has been done M •- a** mr**~t Nat :• • • t-i • • t 1 s • ons of roc a: aw s**c* ts 2 ss-o' r eoneK>c* or braaci KM aeac* -: I thi •m %  -:ar. Mr :.*A bat "uo proee* ; -. %  >ch. 2 c• legal proo:* arred. •|| I I* %  %  %  • • ': %  .' %  ; a :-%  • .id not • :* activities and 1 1 1 la add I -h*anu2 nation procef %  :.-.-: .*" : : %  B* i~ -•:; : ;.;•:•• = % %  0' e* > %  *< : %  :: : &*->c • ; • &o* is s* : : -*'• r • s a* o^ '* i-se-^s s • M •*•••• ~ *%  •• %  ktaa •Ml "* -zt--. me —* —; e—-^-*>s* t-


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July 23 1961 +Jewlsti norkfinn Page 13-A YINGS OF FATHERS $„ \7/te t< e alm Of u< ^ ,••<•• hu ipini rtfi J cit\ \V U p.ir,, : |, ..;; I Wht* thou far-~ • ij • -,f handi hippy ft, t%d il • J" '•<• "• %  |i u '" h • • '. in (if uc in the "J i • "" % %  v\ rffi\ '' ••" ''' jir : • mi I • %  %  \ L •* %  L-owifr^iffOH h p H PI 1 1 1 &n L, x H ^2 jtorna *Qfrfn? aims >n JTJB |D|? prnpa na -.33*0 *a *?a r T In s t3na -i*o erm H'STTlVI TW1 *n I'M 1 T .jitrnan ^na i^n mna ins *?a T T G .tax? ID? o^iy Kin T T T V •ii B*yaj ,mln *] s r DiVT'w-a %  *s nijnxa Q"HT >rn nx$n p-? D'jwn W30ii c s na ,rn:y ngirnnirji V)! 10 Struggling Mind Must Pause smz And Give the Soul a Chance By RABBI B. LEON H'JRWITZ Tempi* Zimort This is Sjbbath Nahamu. when the Baal Maftir recalls in beauti fill chant the inspiring, rn :mu phriM of Nahanu. nahamu ami, yorasr Kloheichem." Isaiah's promise and challenge of "Comfort ye, comforl ye m> people, -,i\ your God Thr two (e iderived hi (id .<• tde word ami mj peci n %  • %  [ram n itieally viewed b ith ;ithe subji el bject of • bn V i f life, I vir aebomah." nt It U to ri'll. ( t le •. call) comfoi ..a< I %  : aim ol %  \\, eneration ol dou' • Irusl .(!• • The precious boon ol comfort is needed then fore b> tori %  i*"ho ma) mffer the loss <>t dear i ill-health loss ol fortune, f-:ir ol war r an) unreal!] nbitions To summon th.' necessar) patienci courage, and will I r to n %  • •• needs first the strength and • ement i-hich tcrt a ita ingredient* of sympathy, understa lii.g. and spiritual logic can tup s..id Kir— David in Psalm M "When I am confusi I • %  multi lode ->f thou [hi iritbin me. Th) comforts delight my David was nghl in recogiuaing ihit thenare situations in life when th niggling mind must pauaVand girt the soul its >rt ^e, C omfort ye, m> people." If is this pro* Ural pronounced hj our prophet over 21 centuniea ato. that we will hear reechoed in our synagogues ami temples this Sabbath morning Come to these servii w that you. too may be comfort. I thai toe ma) serve as a >rter s e r v i c e 0 J U i a \AJ e e k e n d lnforT>a?ion fo be included in the Religiou-4er*KO*eolumn must be in the News Room of The Jewish Flondian 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. ftASBI B. ItON Hl/RWITZ fhe Corrtorter • QUOATM ISRAEL. M01 Ca-iyU av OrthodaM. Rabbi line Cvar. NSME IMIS, 2633 SW 1tn IVI Conaervativ*. Maiiwell Suoarman pi en dent. -• — BETH OAV'O 262S SW 3rd Ive. ConMrvatiVfl & :*}bi Nornun Snapiro. Cantor W lliam W. LiDJin — • — 3ETH EL 500 SW ''th ave. Orthodo* Rabb' Soio" ;Sen'*' • BETH EMETH : I :m jvf Ci.' -i "•'lx S'. jpiro. Cantor Myc-in Fairt • SETH ISRAEL *J Orjlr ave. Orinou. f j. K bfl nutl • — 3F M JACOB ••• %  0 R.ibb Ttuor Stein Canto' Ma I Mj -s I BETH r • auail Hoost dr • BETI-. R*P>-4£L. 139 NW 3rd ave Oitnooj* JJ us Supers, pesident • BETH TF'UAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or thodo*. n.oni Joeepn E R..covky • — SETH T 03H ',6-ltn t: ard NE "th iv Conservative. Rabi-. Max Lip scnitz Cantor Ben-Zisn Kirscen M %  •rn — • — CONGREG^' ON ETZ CHAIV. 154 i V. ah jto" -Ive Orthodox. RaDb Abrah.im 3; assfeid. — • — CCRAL WAV JEWISH CENTER 8?55 SW •-.•t M a-T-i Rabbi Samuel April. Cntar Gershon Levin. sS GEMS OF WISDOM f' I^M \ for hu %  %  : I • Ml > By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX : • : nrpDx ,an?n i RMi" quires that tl • .u n \SIATI0N PIT Thi Be:>1 Muitum I • • MI the K: M eun Why dos Jtv. ih tradition r*qu, arks t.ir "' he I a* cups and i ron i • ,h artists in the i i i Europe, North Aim .> f -I (Idle East. Articles from lirtee th to the nineteentb akin its creation and i \ ii p ur Jewish law re there In I 11] the vlai or jees .rat.miafford i sense ol picas i' eir or it tied f o r ; h ,..,., would th.n he require rta ** !" iu ted that il from all par;.ol the world (Publiabad hj Brit IvrH Olamit) ule, no I Uon i i sary. OADE HE G^TS JEWISH CONGREGATION 'ii Nv\ t83rd st Con. servatve Cantor En-anuel Mandel. • FLAGLER GRANAOA 50 NW 5ist pi. Conservative Rabbi Gerald Lerer C.int." Fred Bernstein. m. > • — HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 tn at. Or trtodoa. Rabbi Alexander Groaa. — • HIALEAH REFORM JE'V'SH Cr>N OREGAT.ON. 1160 W. 88th st.. Hialean. HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi David Shap.ro. Cantor Yehudan Heilbraun. • — ISRAEL TE CENTER. S175 SW 25th let Conser\..t ve Rabbi Mo.ton Malavsny. Cantor Lo_,is Cohen. • — KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave Orthodox R.ibbi David Lehrfield Cantor AOf.ifiini Seif. • MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION 110' SW IJtrl ave. Traoitional. %  OMEV SMJLOV. 9M Normardv dr O'Hi.flr.i Rabbi Ph ne.is Wfbtrmjn • SEP-IARDIC JEWISH CENTER o-l5 Coluns ave C.intDr S Nachnnas. — • c OUTHWE c T CrNTER *.3 SW Rtat Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. • TFVPLE ADATH YESHLRUN 1025 NE r J-3 in Garden* rd %  -r. i l Hrllkul • — rEMP^r >•/. ,?50 N. Kendall fir., S M a— Re'o-m Rabbi Hr 8a.img.i o Cantor Charies Kojnn • — 'H EL OF HOLLY WOOD IS51 S 14 ave. Reform R.i:>bi SJI ..el Ja'le e -i SHIR AH Sun nt Ha.' I SO 0 • H R*on%  -.r -".'.:: ".' i C.i • TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly. •• st Conacrv • rtMPLC BITH iHOLOM. 414 ChaS" ave L>; in Leon Knnur Cantor Davio C nvlaar S. I SHOLOM. 1NW1 NV 2.'~ '. ave I .Rabbi H.irrv L Lawrence • — TEMPLE CMANU EL. 170' rVinhino l ivi ftabb> ii vinj Lohrn in Cant Hlrach Adler. • rF VI E %  "1.., 3' ivt IBth st Reform. RabO .'oseph R. Narot Cantor Jacob Br.rnstein. a TtviE JUOEA ^-Kl Palermo ave TFMPl.E Ml 820 7Mh i Mavehrim 0* it*. Car lor I .1 Klein i ,i 'AMID lOtrl at an. Tatum rrdi tion,i Rabb lb \i Can I. %  TEMPLE S If • MiAMI. 1210* Children in Gifts To Philanthropies Checks totaling close to $2,000 were distributed thi~ week by Temple Israel of Greater Miami on i>eh;ili of its re— ous school children's Keren Ami fund Nineteen local and national agencies Jewish and non sectarian, benefited from the offerings made by the children during the year, and representatives of the student body chose the recipients based on their own investigations. Included among the agencies are tin i Qtted Fund, Jewish Federation, Radio Free Europe, Can* and H .ir \Nal Childre > ard ai \ arii • Children's an I edars Hos. • •• the Jew ish Societ). Leo Union '; I". 1st i VRE, \ %  \,i\.i!i Jewisl Nal la Fund Retarded Children i S County, Union ol Vmerican Hebrew Con regal .i an Jewish Vrcl i • NE 16th itt Refj'" Ratt E.nni M. W acfl — a — TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB 981 Fi.immgo Way. Conservative, Rabbi Leo Helm. e TEMPLE ZAV_"- -JI Eamora ave. Uonaervat 3 Leon M..-V% ta. LE ZION • SW '--tr. St. lervattve R.ior-. Ai-ed waman. Cantor Jacob Goldf.irb. • — RAEL %  •N V ami in C.mtor Albe-1 Ol intj • YEHUDAH MQSHE. 136M W Divie ..,, %  v • .• %  Rabb SI I Stetiwni tai. Cantoi I %  • .OUNQ ISRAEL t*>0 NE 171st a*. Ortnor*iM R.iobi •* ervir Staubar. 4* iNDLWGHTING TIMf 15 Ai> — 6:55 p.m.



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-JenistrkrHizr Fa:ie 3-A Prof Justifies Israel on Missionaries [ibera positi i been aci be expected l pt ... Cc • '„d from Ptg* i %  pre i l'r : K< tl\ :;.' at One !:•:' formed an imp trtani • n ice in luntnei whors there were n >\ ernnaent ictaooli Man) ol ;h.preM'lir African ami As in ceive i their • hication in lucn schools But now there are ernmenl K h tries, and misM.m >v'huolii artD M M welne athej w • Thi* ipi ma le iomi igo by Richard Niebuhr, le i ling • le County Commissioner Chorles 'Chuck i Hall and Mrs i the United to contribute $7,500 toward the construction of a Stati rtian in the Neqev region of Israel that will prim oily forts to con. ; : The clink will be established under 01 of Kuput Hjlim. medical division or Hifttadrut i] fedaraUon of labor. Shown are Commi—iOBT Irvirl : S iks. chairman of the Histadrut joard in ich 'left ; and Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual -?ader of Beth Sholom Conqrehonorary chairr.in o: the Israel Histadrut lommisaionw and I will visit Israel %  •• the accompt of Kupct Halim. es medical care %  I of the populabn ol the country. afety Keynotes londay Meeting N ind You and will be the I ipecial i in the Ocea (Audi %  • anti iich u be by • -i"J .. ers Pi n Sap %  itj %  m. Prof Konvirj also ca' ed 3"f &f •on to the fact that sop-e o f fn important church bod<* hav adopted resolutions not to proselytiie 101009 children uode13 years of age, but this, too. he said, represents today orly a minority point of view. Marry of the Christian sects go in for soul-searching" without regard to the youthfwlness or immaturity—or senility—of the "prospect.'' It wai especially : i<* icti ..•.-among children in Israel thai was. said Prof Kom Its, pro* oe itw • if criticism and even, in ioma %  ir-. of itreng • • raei today there a r e • % %  •• %  %  roo Catholic missionaries about 30 different orders u I %  Hi Protestanl missi % %  iries in.j to IS -. %  i--.ir ii th< speaker emphasized T < %  kS ol 1 n 0 m --. •-. especially an >ng 1 American i istil itional guarantees, Prof Konvttz po I %  )ut. the right of missionaries o re 1. h their n ligious bel eft i in • % ns and neighbor!) ods w re 1 elcorm 1 in Israel, too But the .-.-< it this right 11 1 that "soul-snatching" an I I osnaring' must • I in oy %  anei w ithout expect i people will read l detestable metl ia ticism mi one side i> like y to a iticism on the otherils are e to Judaisn re ; 1 %  entaltsl Prof K invtti d< THE PLACE FOR YOUR SAVINGS... the reasons? Sound. Conservative Management Resources Exceeding 170 Million Dollars Reserves Over 12 MUiioa Dollars One of the Nati >n*s Oldest and Larg Sen ig Dad* C Over a Qu irter f a Cent y rent L R 5a zings %  %  ennedy Le-iters J .it in Senate mtinued from Pa?* A i %  New > rV Den fl %  'A | Nasser the I nil I x< ites 1 to thwart fi ether So % %  • : II '.: •' II. u : •• mch no IIIS YOU' TELEPHONE 81' ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASScT Answerite. Inc. Telephone Answering Service SERVING JEfferson Union Highland F*anklin Executive Office FR 3-5581 %  l J*J,I at add • i r'N> )td r*j*<*i S"ii coeo 0y Diars, lafBSt Si' to $1C by the Fe I S i% ingi Loan ranee Corpora-.: Agency of the Federal Govern i One o' 'he Nation'. l_Oe?>l lJo tuiywi' Bade Federal a^kVWaSaWiOAN ASSOCIATION •( *I*WI -•*'* 5 CONVtNlENT OFFICES SERVE DADE COUNTY MAW OMICI • A.loeattoh Bionth 1 Konn Murni Bionch I Tom.om. bromu I Edison itnter Ifontn FLAGLER af FIRST I MOO N .* 36th St I 123/0 N %  7th ht I 190i S W. 5lh St I 5800 K.W. 7th At



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iday. July 28. 1961 +Jeni9t> fhrkttnri P^qc 5 8 Young Couple Accepted by Peace Corps kNE ol lh< most p • iol formi immer enter i enl f<>r %  ,,• ,. is Hi,. Miami Beat h conet n> !>> • • %  I niversit) imi Summer Sj ny ( r -ir.i Last Sund %  •• fea -,i musn i r.>m thi era >l Hie enl A. ntlei Skitch ersoi i ondut tea Stuart Fostei the vo %  thi *ai Mra %  i ., m, dn i i %  • I • i col ha' waist length •' an %  • collar %  hiti Iv %  loti on the SHI at c table M: I estl r S w.ir _r. • with Phillip Morris ('.-.'•-•• :i i rhift ovei trap "i • ..i IHe I (tighter i • • i-and) \ :n • ind n %  • • • Mi' • %  • i>h Hei i e with %  .• ir, -••. idea ol • he i>ur i -Bluea %  Birdu I owen hal %  < "t letro Tax ssessor to Talk iv ami Beach Lodge B'nai B nth II havi a luncheon meetingTues n .•: 'he I.:.'!' > me res H ant BI • aker Bob Dal) Metro ,--.-.<.r Mill di>cu.t prob I ital i" ever) property and i >nci I ••> ataman pn sidenl of roup ton satin whuh featured a sweet heart neckline Mi Hem ) Sbiei select d an imported sheer < oil* i it i pit 'rosebud print Her three-quarter length sleeves were modified bal loon cul with row ol inserted pmk Val InTh< lac • in set I wen also used it h po< keta All •• i • in .i mat* hinj i li of pink, w ith her -ho.-and h i idb ig < made of the same Pink was also the choice ol Mrs Harold B Spael Her si i red .i pi rtrait > ollar o( whiti ovei the pink The same tabru was used in the jabol fro diesMrVlb rl Pick t hi % %  ; for the concert Moygashel linen was the fabi i ol h uhich w icon post d • I dress and a icr 1> • It had 1 i 1 1 1 i i %  .:: oi I i %  • in cately done as •""A ishin h i I and wi ii< >ii program loi teen igers ,t* i I ido s i> i \ •.'!' tian %  W a) Our summer pro,: am will end with the entiie lenl taking a cru te %  > Nassau Sailing on the SS r*k rida, in air condi tinned t Omfort the g I Iale taking a thro da) holidaj before their last minute preparations tor graduation The graduation will consist of a formal fashion show, a skit by the drama department featur mi: a satire on their summer pro gram and the awarding of di plomas This will be an open evening, ami all are welcome For those W'hO WOUld like (0 SOI our future Miss Americas the tune IH 30 p m tug 19 The former Carol Rosenfeld. daughter of I)r and MrCharles Rosenfeld, of 1500 Coral Way, Mi ami. and her husband, Paul New Pub Features Display of Posters Featured at the Pub restaurant B display 0| travel [Vi^crwhich help to announce the novel pub crawling" tour ol England a" d Scotland now being offered by the dining >i>t ,,t 3500 Coral Way The two-week tour lor two will include visits to man) ol the old. fascinating inns <>f Britain, beginnin Perth, S< >i i I, %  •-'^ • ed Salutation hotel and com tinun "• ti the Crowi Inn and the charm' ear old inn. Wild Hear. Ln Englan Lake District. Between views of the lake country's picturesque villages with their thatchedroof cottars, the trip offers visits to the Red Lion and the Swan pubs and, •t Stratford on Avon, in th Shakespeare country, an overnight at the 500-year-old White Swan Inn. A backward look into history will en thi i isil ir in Southw ard innei a) 'iione-time i nn George Inn, oi e ol the !• lit rit i ini • %  %  tig in l i -land Vnothei hni • %  : %  iplan.... [lers. thi .'• l a! \\ In I 01 see I he Mermaid, ill ._ founded amed liti id the Devil Fleet SI ison's favorite haunt I%  en i trip on the old stage* oach r ute, w hei e iching Ini still exist. mi luded on this exi •• %  ra man. are one of three married couple* who have been accepted by the Peace Corps. They are among IS Candidates who have bean aasignod to Nigeria, and reported Monday to Harvard! L'niver.siaJ' Va be^in apainiirg t or teach. n* in scooodary schoolthere Newman is the son of Mr and Mrs Nathan Newman, Of Jacksonville, and met his wife while both were attending the Uhiversit) >l Pennsylvania, where be grad in 1958 and • irne I his Master degree in anthr ipolog • i June. Mrs. Newman, 23. received her rar'y education in Miami. i*J graduated from the University af Pennsylvania with a degree in English in 1959. The Ntwnnii were married in 1953. The training course for Peace? Corps volunteers at Harvard ia for ieven weeks with assignments to late in January. 1962. The young couple decided to volunteer bei i if the opportunity it would atford them to serve thai* country "apart from military Also Tan anthn n student, Newman is "intensely u> ••:-••• i in thi ••a", i pe %  < He t ••'•; lifl situation, for him, "just perfect .CABANAS MOST REASONABLE RATES DAY WEEK MONTH SEASON OR YEAR to get away from the house, and into the exciting whirl of hotel life 7 Be SEVILLIAN, jom our Cabana Club rot INFORMATION' CAII Ma DON JE 22511 rooit eville Wometco Takes Over Normandy Claughton Theatrehave announced the sale ol the Normand\ Theatre 74


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„ A J-oge Z-A + tfMind boon. : j l %  %  : •_' w hich called d • onqui si [ the World 1 :• many ii ratioi il Bril spar! ed a wi espi %  trovers> Ves', i.ermanv n T %  The : h< I I r i -• • s week bj I Instil Secw I ; : • Hitler outlined his hopes i: --.a Bntain into his plans world scr" inarion. Fearing B(ii naval povtsr he wanted .;a nee between T TWO nfic-.s enpecting Italy to |oin later. Once this was achieved. Hitler p'anned to make the rest f H>e world a giant German colony. %  %  typescript secret" and careful!) hidden ....... d by Unites fl sis and men: %  %  .'•.•• %  in .\ i -• German} • :. rs that the h .-. BS N I Minister : • Semil ctnne II -< \': • enever I do %  %  i nors % %  %  • tbt M\ s resl \ther ol :he former SS of11 cers. Mas Merten, who had beer. ;hSa; %  • cooaienoV M ci %  • much of the testimony by the e* Nat s it w A S •.hewn that 'he true meaning of tre "final *o u'ion of the Jew ish problem-complete annihilation—was known only to a limit ed number c' Nan officiers But it was also shown that Eichmann was ameng that limited number .U1X tions had Eichi in ll< brew then -.a:in. namst I mar Lao .. : ued E • hi to ar. admission i l \..' In ffu:... records ol th< 13 Names Added To Cedars Board %  %  %  • [iiumi M G. I I i Id %  > I. ; .. i>. rt Sha>e. Saul S Henry VI .'. %  1 •> • i •...,' %  %  SUMMER TIME FOR THOUGHT S_f — er s t^e t'-> ct" year wHen, acccrc'-g to tradition f s:-s c:-1 aid •-e-e : s fime tor reflection, in p-ac* ; ce, r-os* folks seem to oe*de fhemeeieoi o \igfvenergy vacations. But --e.g^t a-d re ; 'e;*'cn a-e geed things t'ey enacle us *o see where we -e been a-d w-e-e w* seem to ce going. C-e cr the r-os* s-i* i : -3 r'.cec's c ; % %  %  •"• :i s to ioc a* a savings accc. I • t's g r c-n •--e.gh tKe yea-s. Your pencnai con ment on tomorrow, A-e :putting aside a bit o* today's sernings for *omorrow s needs? I ^ A ?.~?C cca. A c'ace *o do rt is at WASH \3~CN FECE' AL. *re-e • .-< %  d ad ea'ge^ercs c'vidends. Wy no* cDen your account foday *+ r- conver VVA':-'.3TCN FEDERAL o'-'ice or, if yoj prefer, save by mail. WASHINGTON '* ltM FEDERAL UfWCS i LMI I I f fllatfl UK* %  : %  %  ) oKts XtieiM a-aa*,; JAC 0 COOON A'Hjt H CC.H-CH Apathy Seen In Election Push TEL K\'l\ — %  Ben-Gui i electi •; • • %  i %  : Isree %  %  I • %  %  Cf 1 fT %  %  %  I %  i NOW— FULLY AIR-CONDITIONEDI S/S FLORIDA 3-DAY CRUISES FROM MIAMI TO NASSAU ?. T -r • .OOIDA u your float-ng hotel" tor ; • •••t tea .• luUda>eida %  '! '*" Nassau, eonvei • %  • to Bay '"" • r'araoise Beach ... a.i att-c* Ll J3 AIL oceanlelereome sp* c .ou$. or r • • • '* %  -'" '"•• %  r') ...... %  | • • I %  | CepSalr %  % %  • %  Break•set served n your •tatatoontl Sailmf Tud,s and Fridays 5*0 Ft* S I 54 >39 : : m£ f GUS jjJ/SHAW KAYU SttVKl be • -t'etioi M en, Trevl Ap-' rr HO UlAM.Mir nOTfl HO STEAMSHIP CO. m 2 !*m %  PKOS'f" s ; l31 U9 N£ ls $t Miom, FR 4-2604 NASSAU 3 DAYS 2 NIGHTS 59 95 •OAT M All INCLUDES: 5 •• taw•—r*....... .. CNMWI ( .. j... M m^ e •• MU M ; t •. ~4 **> ,. :••-> -t^ a I '^, j u •• %  ^ Car •• r'^-.-.^^^ ^••• '••* .. 1 1. --, .. MCIICB ... 7 Days l 61 ^e*co 12 Days 9T San Juan,PR 3 Days29 M •arnaita 3Days2T % %  ae* Mctaee: Main, traesaer **^e -e amt treai hotel. le* uflS*Meie. a,.tar, additional ( ritisrs SKY BOAT TOUIS. INC. &f • COUINJ An. MIAMI MACM UN 6-7653 LIMITED SPACE The Trip o' a Lifetime I" 23 DAY I Eeropeoe Holiday Miomi to Miami S609 00 WSC1MM1 •., t-^ M KiH'> Men "-v • i s sir sf'T %  etera <•• ss w f* •'"



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1961 +Jf**ist fh rili ir Page 9-A it Former SS Man Hangs Self in Jail daw bjr around BERLIN JTA \ ,., an inqulrj ibout ( ewocb end of the sheet to a M former ss IT...-. Erich Gnewoch. to learn whj was led with .. and the othei nto a ••• l "~'' 11 ""*"*" in his jail ceii a bed iheel u • %  :. ,fter other hi> nech Poll* had hop I %  lew hour.s after his arreet on char poisfble s Is. ,uch a* bootwould supp'.s inturnution l-., ljja,; Bes HI murdering i s in lacev necktie had to hundreds of 1 rmer SS war erring f*?'8*UM i police report, be. tail He tie* one I nals still Hvuig in WN*t Germany. ed hi i %  ij I I H). chairman of the Miami Beach Zi Club, receives the "Chai Pin Award" of the it Organization of America from Jack D. Go: : was presented to Fishman at a recent affair %  '.. imi Districts of the ZOA of which Gordon Fi3hman. a veteran Zionist leader, and vice Miami Beach Zionist District, was honored for year as chairman of the district's weekly • He .: I i i* an :: ... : \.,. ecial se< ret action group. I i %  es in buses (•• impi iv< ga> %  n< > His t< %  was to inviti IJ .i time to take bus rid %  %  iii th %  i • G n 4woch lived quiflMy as a carotiker in Charlctferbeg ; tn hi* wife and two son* police said adding that he never t.Ued ". neighbors about his past laying on'y that, "I once lived through a horrible time." w I. n another SS i hi t Wenn von Oberfranken, gave evi%  %  about Gnew ich '." the Kob lem district court, ruwas arrest. d His i>"i ce dossier contained i irninsj attention — prisoner ,. atti mpl suicide Because ol thip i< officials have a truly luxurious wedding c banquet at the exciting FlMM flejawc* — at SMBHI pricis! g ... % %  ,{ >; % %  -. • as m M : I*f)1 '." ~. %  i magirM "•!•,. ry all I i id -.. ti ant M im ; s n-?*-s( jiun hOtSt* -A rtmambl --••" il the Seville— i unehsiM UH 'en or i banquet to jver i i-Misand .an &e servec with 'M same g'saous ewe i Caersait n saos Coterinq hvonoqr Call ESTEUE POLAK Seville •err* Also Avoiloble Strict/* Kosher Core-.nq JErferson 2-2S11 OCKANFRONT. Wth TO 30th STREETS. MIAMI BEACM luring the Week ... View of Federation rtinue-d : tm Pago 4>A %  • ni eda of the to compro %  %  :t. M ler : ded • p M i man) fed I %  -_; i ../ational in ire linos! as 1 %  !. ..: • ithe allo< at ion in i i ma ameMorate ,,-.;•; to be •" I mitj .. the apparent |. • • ition s) stem; k a i %  • cases the) %  cited here • • k hu i involte !•'•• i< r umpi.' • "f agency pn pi • %  budgetary re %  %  %  the J l \ %  %  M • ave not lial on or. the And i '•• %  • -', Fed • "IIT respei I rjuitit • •• npo'i v.o. >ns thr* i the irviva ol itlocal programs TMf sporiiCHr of HtMEi/IONI THE Greater If ia wish Federation, to mp ic anj thing, must I %  in the pi iper lion to nv> so If. "for ;h<' ovei ail ^ixxl of the community, il intends to bring about general ai ceptance ot the mequi'ne"in herent" in am Federation struc lure, which %  > to a> acceptance of it-fif as the communit) i cen tral source i"i phdanthropK au thorits. it must minimally deal from position 11 strength—from a position ol successful Mrn! rai> in.; effort At the outset I Indicated that Federation affiliates subordinate themselves to %  Jewish ideal al though manj would do better al least fina' ciall) :f the) i in indepi basis li is. in the final anal) is. the discount the subtle • "i 1 b< lwe i reduced alkx itioi and increa> ed benefits accruing from unit) th il detei mil cs an a gene) [• %  •> rhi< M it thus rem il u for all f .!'•,I fiimiand Miami's in p it tu ni •r to keep thai relationship al 'ts optimum Tile IDA dilen mn arises from • fact thai I i ition hei < %  has repeated!) failed tu do MI the discount Miami %  philanthropic I > lers t.iki [i %  : themselves in the name of fed eratcd giving i^ shocking beyond behel (This holdeqi all) true %  ![ the non-sectarian United Fund c ount) I %  • •• %  sadly include some ol the leadi rs •< JDA .iwell The contemplated Joint De fense Appeal step i a hurtful ofif and should be avoided B ii it i thr'-nlt of necessit) and although some agencies may not be taking similar steps today. they must certain!) be thinking about ii ()nl> a recreated Ktd eration can avoid it Federation's energetic and Imaginative criticisms should not now h> directed %  ;>t its budget wear) a^ n cies, imi againsl itself The ill i> no' m the leaf or the branch or even in the trunk It lies deeper, in the soil, where Miami Federation's roots tw Nava thai • peel* nqu I Occasion Yow'll find complata focilities to onactly satisfy your ne^ds in the Kiml, Aladdin, Scheherazade and Rubaiyot Roomt, be it far e wedding or a pnvo party I



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T Poge 2-B %  /** &f / tingeni 0 residi %  %  %  enter at 114! Mai %  Schn \bt • execi 1 f Senior Day Cen ten %  welcome the proup. and t< gttber with the professional stall J the Center, and the nearby Dor.n Gardens apt.' for senior citizens • % %  Residents • Homi • U %  Mrs '• %  .. Lyons mmit%  I • the Center'* n i than : 0 • • '• Sara I ossik pn %  Gardi ns Ri -..:< nts • on b< ents of th< Home Following 1 pn • community su %  nd • recital by Lewis Da vies a Center number, a lilm of iht Dough Gardens Home vull be shown. Miss EstcUe Fein, group wort supervisor at the Home, will u commentator •1 complaint: y in pla -. • : %  tt e It is •ht n strict iht of nit 11 pi %  ki sh< r i ng, • i variations | ssible i thin tht H limit g< enough ti add sull enl anetj to an> i In fact a different meat dish could < served ev rj daj for sevi"... >.. ri Ji -: to ;.ik on. example. we all know that ground be.; oi hamburger is capable of man} changes of term Add to this ground lamb and veal, and a wh< .< new rang oi meal tune trctif epene Ir. many countries when occupies the prominent pla<. lb< menu which we give to ^^^'. recipes fi r ground lamb in< >uch unusi .:stuff* d vei etables and grape leavt mas cassen l< combinatii i • • Mousah • ...r,d deli< %  I. s and | atties Liki beef lamb is tei • • ei I l i • • • anj di sin d rare I % %  m Whei l th oi %  • • ely i terlj %  %  • i *hich hi med, and bavi t! • %  • ••. con tains a great • this e in the v • tht i ther ham ." • lat thai this gp .-, caution ..not needed However veal evet whm ground, should always i. cooked until well-dom Like tht lamb, when veal is combined with other ingredients, the flavor is subtly changed, arc the *JL.y~LNer Tom d Ladies Sponsor Luncheon KREPLACH .CHEESE Ravioli \ IN SAUCE S sterhood of Temple Ner Tamia Wl1 member-bring-amtmttr luncheon or. Thursda\ rite Aug. 3. in Sklar auditorium Mrs Jack Greenberg, vice pre si dent i! membership, and Mrs Vvt < S II :-•..chairman, an" %  '• %  %  %  this v.. r U : mi mbersni] of f %  "•• • dg< d the • • I I the new %  %  • lion t TETLEY introduced t> Sisterhood is %  Tree o: Life, donated by Mr arc JUS L. ,i § Cohen, on which mem maj inscribe their nameu te'e. (.".airman of the project • %  n ; ouil Stallman. '"SU BtiOI of Sisterhood'l ru take place in thi deni Mrs M i ... %  its You'll love CHEF BOY-AR-DEE CHEESE RAVIOLI Hear far* ly, guests, cheer •: garlic powder U r.. aj -i < ii cu] fini drj brt ad cruml l .. .'..;•.• salt .;.'•. %  'able oil v nci ..: %  mat i a teaspooi %  .. ,.r •ci } drj w h ue w n • : %  • %  •:••• lily t h e m..' .. • e or soup tt i rawaj sec and sail Heal the oi • • • browt ii les Add and sugar %  ttiea ovei •< with rici oi e or • : Patties, Mint S#„; an ground I in k ookii • poons m:; > spoons mini • • aspoon salt : l< lip vtiM'k mini jelh combine all ir irti cepl th.' mint Jell) • i. ttiei Broil on • > top fun \ r and hrm*n th. • > KSCt time of 4 %  %  •> with the heat of ;-, •* approximatch While the patt.i • i ilowly bring the n %  r< il in a imall ...on.illy Place thi ll • • a platter and 11 ) eer them .c two patti. • 1 1 j er] "" as m %  ii ^rti :c %  i only HEIXMANN'S eould do such wonderful things for salads! U h *'• yi ll -a .,.) I. ., "' ; tilth i i I dressing! } %  %  •,. h • n ••-.,. &f I ren h i r Ken lialsu \,. thrw give %  eaiier fU\r.r • %  t armna. Tr\ -iih meal or d • %  mrali ev're sure to bei o > > favorite—jusl •> i ti. llmann's* MoTOoaatM Try HELLMANN S FRENCH So Sutlly spiced .. SC crcrr.alic H tt I -II I* %  SI BJ Sai*.-' i • i • '••.%  • Italian ra Italian Ores& guarnt tt goodnis*. TtreT.'%  '. C "•"'•"•' ''enoh Ores.n R ........ a ,.o gy 0 ,n. All ccrtifitd Iwhcii fton IF VOl LIKE HKLI MWN S MWO.NWhF UU LL LOVE ULLLHANNS DUESSIXGS ASK FOR BAKERY PRODUCTS AT fCUR FAVOK TE F( DC MARKET RYI BRE AD PUMPttNICKfiL CHALAH RCliS BAGELS MW tOtM l A. tR'ES INC. JE 1-7117



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i Page 6-3 vJeHistfkrri'ir Fridcry, faly 28. 1931 Temple Israel Plans for High Holidays After 4 Decades of Community Service Preparations for the fourth cade oi High Holy Days oba ces at Temple Israel ol Greater Miami arc near completion despite the excitement accompanying ihe moving ol .. rtafl ol 14 into a new Community House next week TJte Community House is Ihe second addition to the original structure on NE L9th st which was built in 1927, and will contai small auditorium. committee rooms Braille and Sewinj WorkN • • %  : ;with a V Harry V. S lent. 1 Israel hi s grow n to largest synagogues ol anj three major Jew ish m th< Southeasl se l families tut'in i 1 %  During the first four decades of its existence, the Temple and many of its members have played a major role in the development of Greater Miami as leaders in the civic, social and political life of the community. The late Abe Arono> Jew ish Mayor ol Miami, was earl) leaders of the conj Metro Commissioner Harold B Spaet. and Slate Road Board member William 1) Singer are : lents "i Temple Israel Mitchell Wolfson, Max Orovitz Leonar t v ess Arthur Ungar Bar h Meyer, 1! u \ tckerman. Nat Roth, Sam C Le\ \ .1 Harris, San \ 1 lenry E. M • •" 11 j oth< 1 \ have male and are mtrib Jewish eon::: •inception, Temple Israt ha\ e pr ide I kej Since the first lolj sen-ices at the YMHA Aha: is now the 9eybo only once have services been miss during the past 10 y* srs rhal Yom Kippur lay Se 18 when one ol the WOTSt hUlTH am • .11 Miami history sti ick iere \ fi u hours before at the K I N'ld service. Rabbi Jai >b H K 1 on the subject Uone with Ci rd Vt rabbi emenl 1 Services 1 +er Seventh Daj I iel was r nertl hom \ small •' ave nd XE il Of the origin*! build'rg com m.rfee. Mitchell Wolf*on, Arthur A Ungar and Herbert U. Peibel man are still active in the life of the congregation and will be honored guests when the new Community House is dedicated formally later this year %  Campers Planning Summer Circus Do You Want to Take It Easy? For the man who wonts to toke it easy yet make o living on o modest investment coll the own<>r of this OlD ESTABLISHED PACKAGE STORE evenings 5 8 at PI 7-1211. SMOKEHOUSE A DRIVE-IN establishment of its kind : 01 ida's West Coast doing year round business. Located on the Tamiami Trail in the heart jf new farming industry Valuable property plus buildings and equipment only $45,000. Sale due to illness Write E.W., e 0 Jewish Floridion, P.O. Box 2973, Miami 1, Fla. Photo & Music Equipment We buy. Bell, Tr.a> Or Hppj.r Ar,th -g v„sicii in an audu ves an I friends, will .1 program Featunnj lats, dancers, jugglei Proceeds „ %  toward the d IJ scholarship fund for needy chil Advisory Board Names Fine Ronald I. Fine, director 1 %  tate of Food Fair Stores, South ern Division, h .1 > been elected urman ol the IDade Count) Per [jonnel Advisor} (Board replacing tutgoing chair[man Burton Nut icols in addition t<> kupen ising t ii i' %  Count) Civil Ser lyice merit s) stem %  he board represents the public riNt interest m the improvement nf personnel admuustration in the county service it advises the count) commlssioind other officials in prob• ins concerning personnel administration and fosters the interest ol the citizens and organizations ol the count) in the improvement <>t mnel standards m the count) sen ice The board ..1-.' functions as an appeal board for employee grievances suspensions and dismissals Max \ Schwartz, >l V^iami 1. was reelected vice chair man ol the board and will sen e .1 one-year term along with Fine Both Fine and Schwartz were recent!) reappointed to a four t< ini ,111 the board by the Dade County Commission. Fine, an attorney, is also presentI) sen ing as chairman oi the City "i Miami Economic Advisory Board He is .1 resident ol Ba) Harbor. N ty YMHA Bi fternooi • the Greater Mian munity < Y .also :• Matheson Hammot k fair child 1 iardens %  The annual overnight camping trip for the boys and girls of Camp Shalom of the Beach YMHA took place on Wednesday and Thursday nights. The boys and girls in the oldest groups planned their own menus and programs, which were held on th camp grounds at Greynolds Park. Competitive athletic ei the form ol .. Mac abia 1 u ... the windui week's on Friday al Camp Ka I ah ol the Southwest YMH \ Brai npers are also now preparm 1 h < %  next editiot newspaper. "The Kad Eat ii group ol i ampt rs M ill • • a ken on 0 n < %  %  il .. series ol "mysterj bus trips to unknown destinations A camp show is -1 beduled for Tuesda) Aug B These camp activities are serving 400 children, under the sorship oi the Greater Miami Jew ish Communit) Center which is 1 %  H nefieiar) agenc) ol the l nited Fund and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation IRVING LAIBSON at the piono tli.ga.te owers LOUNGE & RESTAURANT OPfN Til 2 A.M. NO COVfft— NO MINIMUM j BANQUET FACILITIES OPEN FOR LUNCH fail AINC 900 WEST AVE THE BAY MIAMI BEACH OUTSTANDING CANTOR AVAILABLE Florida resident, great voice, chair director Bar Mitivah teacher, security furnished, excellent refer eaces. High Holidays or Year, NO reasonable fee refused, write Contorh\ Box 2973, Miami 1, Fla. Rabbi Hurwitz is Speaker Weekly luncheon ol Miami Beach %  Hi B'nai B'nth was held Tuesda) noon .it the Lincoln Lane restaurant Rabbi B Leon Hurwitz, spiritual leader oi Temple Zamora, was guetl speaker He liscussed Survival Its Technique Luncheon chairman -lion Mill.r HKXT I #',1H 'rom S2 SO p*r day : %  ABOTT MOTORS, Inc. 1451 w FLAGIER ST Ph PR 3-67&S INSUtt BfTTtt GKADtS! PREVIEW TUTORING oil school and business subject! ADELPHI PREP See Velio* '., %  655 Phone Book fk .Li GUIDANCE 526 MI 79 $t. SfriOlD BLDC. Pt 7-7*23 F| 4-o*3 Rabbi Skop on Television bbi Morris Skop, spiritual r ol Temple Beth Shirah, will be hosl on The Morning Chapel ision program sponsored bj ''"• Miami Rabbi] Assn ..11 Fridaj Aug 4 WI-ST ch 10.7 30 a m Playmates Schedule Dance lymates will bold an end of the month dance on Fnda% ning at the Seville hotel Fes tured will be singer Ron ard and Lee Martin and h:s orchestra. KING ARTHURS COURT The SINGING STRINGS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run d> TU 8-4521 AfT BRUNS. Co-Owntr -) -i tt I and are y<: %  il it to get fron \ %  I 1 cense 1will provide the 1 mn lions HI thi 1 Last more th.,ildren w irsh l -he High Holy Da) %  I preparations an >m< late t\ en more of tl third aud i>r Joseph R Naroi er "f Temple Israel lor 1 ears will < u illiam Sajow ti rill i' m er I 1, B Alt GIFTIR 5 NEW KOSHIR ROMWELL HOTEL n< I 4NIROK1 ">t SMA -STRUT HCWVV 0tC0KTlD MIAMI IAIM fL0l0 H • -. %  MJlll WILL CONDUCT R0SM MSM01 • NO <0" kIPr-UN SIKV'Cli Rrsevc NO* roa NISM M0LI0S *Bl KOSHER MEALS INCLUDED $..! 0IIT*RV lWS N0 S4BH*TN AND ALL THIS FREE!!! • Cln* LM*TI >n4 Mitt Phone JE 4-2141 do.1 1 ?0 0 '06 Rj n ratal avail Sng \, tl" t* 1 • %  <• M €x> M • roCC Silt PARKING ADJOINS MOIll • WClNtR %  < %  1 MOVIES CAMCS • INIIRtAlNMf NT NI6HILT • p. IMP A NlCNT PATROL • RlLICIOUs SLMVICtS OAICT Fun. r HI MASNCIACN ON PRIMISES • SALT A S06AA (Ri. 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Friday. July ^ HARBf SIQHi Rabbi Stern Back From Trip Abroad „•. %  • r .... ... itf Israi ( ii M %  • B Frank pn I •..•••: till it i sister • • d MrSt< Sunday Bl 8 p m REPHUiVS HEBREW BOOK STORE Greoter Miami'* lorgest A Oldeit Supplier far SynoQejwes, Meerew A Sunday Sch*ti. MTbeietale A teteil ISBAIU GIFTS AND NOVEtTffS 417 Wetbiaetoa Are. JE 1 9017 N*EWMZN FUNERAL HOME • 33 3 DADE BOULEVARD MIAMI BEACH JEfferson 1-7677 Edword T. Newmon r"unral Director **1 Z&t AUGUST BROS RVC /9 tr>r BEST Beth David to Open Branch School Facilities in South Dade in September — *%  v^~**.*n Chan Betn David C J g l | tw rtn establish a CaWtaertattve nliiioo-tr.cK.; bopcs U tbl South Dade The Beth Da i lecuuw board moved to open :h Beth David Cites Harry Simons, Dedicated Worker %  %  : %  I I • %  ":• %  • %  • %  %  i: In a resolution pessed by tha bio'd the congregation moved that the hbra-y a-.fi board room facilities of Eeth Dov:d be officially cesigra'ec as *rte Harry Simons Library. • : %  %  ting Sin er ol R .' 't an acUvc at w rkcr :n our initj thi r< that "his to h: peopl* is his hallmark. <.ur Beth David • lists Simons, affectionail) known as "Pop." ia pa-i prei : the Greater Miami %  > %  •• i \ and an hor.orarx • r of the Baron de Hiraen Loan Fund. among his other affiliations Uitibir Rabb; Norman Shapiro. leader, and Phillip Schitl. president of t*e_ cm %  .y.-ati-.n. jontl) aiuiounced the Both David n lioadaj A mile*tooa in irrterfaith relations was reached at tea same time. The new Beth David branch will be quartered at the KendaH Methodist Church, 10431 SW 77th ave. : .. • sunsoi and tbi nun %  • • %  ''•' : I the use of ita % %  ':.. g 12 T 1 -.' -' h Pal I the 1 as • • SI • % %  %  ". %  in:zed I 1(11 esidents I and Schiff vaid that with the slight shift toward suburbia during the past few years, "many people have at great inconvenience con. tinued to identify with Beth David's educational programs. v the tame time, the dent by rUl 1 -. Da\.d me her" [or the •tablishmeni of a braneh in the Dade area has grov.n to Rich j>p,p"r!.or. that the leadership o| the congregation decided to do -ometl r e : iH.ut it Mizrachi May Open Local Office TV national Mizrai imza%  ': open ; %  il thi fall I na tiona] %  xi cutn< ; ;hc ifi.^iouannoui ced tenti i i • reci a Mi ii br< akfi / i'ia/d Hi .local ac%  thi Greater Miami and is tentatively si h Miami Hebrew Book Stor '5 WASMISG T 0* AVE MUTII Beach — JE 8 1840 Hebrew R. .g 0u | S. cpiies tor Synagnguet. S'hocH 6 Private u ISRAELI A DOMESTIC GIFTS Complete and Dependable Title Service %  AMI TITL€ & Qkttact Co. U Yf AftS OF TITL1 SIftVICI IN DAOE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TTTII INSURANCE Tftta InMrMca Feticiaa ef Kansas City Title Iwiwace Ce, Capital. SerpJat A letervei f*ceW $5,000,000 124 SfCUtlTY TRUST BUIIDING or,. 134 N.L PltST ST1EET LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK AND GA1MN MAISOLUM 'THE SOUTHS MOST BEAUTIFUL JEWISH CEMETERY" N.W. 25th ST. at 103rd AVI. TU 5-1689 TEiEPHONf rlenklm J-I43J personalized service at the blackstone flower shops where you get more for your money ... un 6-1233 24-hour service except tosh kashono and vom kippur GORDON FUNERAL HOME FR 3-3431 FRanklin 9-1436 710 SW. 12th Avenue Miami, Fla. HARRY GORDON PRCSiDeNT 'KE GORDON FUNERAL DlBtCIOt 'o h, ; ; • oew n rional ffn %  Philip *' iss. rl the i: lyal ii u n real ni "t i< •' %  %  rues al the breakfasi %  men) discussed his i" 1 'trip to Israel ISRAELI RELIGIOUS STORE 1 317 V*.a ngt-n Ave JE t ALL HEBREW SUPPLIES FOR |SY\AGOGLES & JEWISH HOVI 5 We Ca--. Bar Mitiva" Rec • l| Rev. Fred E. Stinson, of the Kendall Methodist Chu: on Rabbi Norman Shapiro ot Both David Cor.qBeth David's new South Dade branch to open ct li • dist Church school building in September. ^ When you move to town...or to a new home... Your Welcome Wagon Hostess will call with a basket of gifts ... and friendly greetings from our religious, civic and business leaders. If you, or others you know, are moving, be sure to phone Welcome Wagon. HI 84994 WELCOME WAGON 'U H "I "! D" LMa



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Puoe 16-A -Jmintnrrkti.tr Friday, ] u ; y Press Code By MAX LERNER Girl United With Dad After Legal Tiff v -, • %  %  i *c* "' v Ha turned on m< a chall< A S muon > aii r M HI lhl< v r • think *< haw tint ton the round 11 ^;* s !T> i a rl Last Apr.I '"a* court gave custody of MarvaS to her fathe* |J V ompel the r.ata < Shrfl %  tht %  •' I!'. proccexlnl to I(lew into New V \. K1 lapfc baftViihiia J on hi atti • • .m I I BELIEVE a news he reiat es His i %  %  % %  %  Kant's as .., • • %  f is • %  • .-.%  • b can da •' betueea %  i act -. %  -.-.: • aust 1 est •>.;'I Kd .,:..-.• %  • < cat : %  -" • > But teauptatioa CM pi-> Bg u| playing his bases *ha: anil help or hai ;M: '--.fit a* w I h^re 1 am talking espi tb< puhbaher) r._; he r.. hear ca *es ioeludwg lhos r> ma> hitr*til detest Ha bai he pnvUegi I %  •>•'•bat he thinks about things t as ct -. %  out •". "• BMM> keep the chaw '"-,-..,..,--, -• There u ing twi tr •t* a :* •" ag :<• %  ; error tad %  Jen cracj then • irr.v atheir omi good I ir the sat stating its cast knows I ._.rse AT Cubans M the s • I he is giriaj Hr. > ft give it haoestl>. reg -• I %  i M • • -•_ %  rr s BEST • -. .... %  • -. ^ *c flour say Ye* uhea tbt %  • A *EWSfAPE*AAMS %  b. miad TVrt bigbfK^r ttr-m** $apu to a >kr <4 a* oc%  %  • •fi b* MU fre brag ^ fiOB6 o. tbas bj aaa_o^ tnub ar b> pia %  Menqele Still Unidentified %  K ... %  \-• : D< ata %  • | I %  THE JEWISH HOME] FOR THE ACFO needs for it$ THRIFT SHOP All your furniture dtfli linuns, dishes, drapti, J al prM* • ^.-c. iwpa.,1, *• He^e Te to., t • •• %  ad m ti— at • ,,, *• %  tame li mw t n w M| • anfi lit b .1 •.,.,,. 0 •*• Kelea ?•* c6- .-t, .,| •** %  PSSSf By *e>i>iq o'**-! ••• klpM *v.wX' m.^, and (abbaa a——M*ja •• : Paase ca I us ; r er, piCk-uo THE JEWISH HOME! FOR THE AGED | THtlR SHOP 5737 N W. 27th Avenu, NE 3-2338 C'cs-a c c 'day, Registration to Begin rtha A la %  a %  h Ytc* *t c v. ENGAGED TO BE MARRIES > A T t. A \ | ?70fl S.W. M a.e U f Maa P ba— ft ;**' • NI Ht FLAGLER FEDERAL has ample funds for construction and refinancing on: 1 Homes &f • •• • • 25 ,ec.' • oer vf?'ta n ;ond Co—.mercial Properties J ert N Je-ec• ir Re.soncble Cosfs aisd *, Charge for /• # ectKHi *'* I opeoexl Of omtrai rlltt H bUtKS are,^. f '••' aa*eJ •„, SX Tmws I ITV I.MV^ to 6*Aa4JWIiX Hasan n *o*m raMtTMH r AJITWMi BHHMS & tf-SAVTtiaiC Aarro UAU msTtxi.it *mt rot HL1 -S' 11 CW-aS— -, amin DOWNTOWN 100 Kt 2nd AVENUE IIANCH •iSCATNE SHOfrTNG ft>^ FEDERAL SAVINGS AfJO LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI