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"•Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY ime 34 — Number 31 Miami, Florida, Friday. August 4, 1961 Two Sections — Price 20* Assembly fill Examine ifugee Issue RTED NATIONS — (JTA) — ore item affecting Israeli m^ts directly, and another item upon the Israel* Arab ktion in general, are included ke provisional agenda for the %  session Of the l'nlted Nations \ra\ Assembly, disseminate:! hi Secretariat. The Assembly tieduled to convene Sept. 19. m No. 25 on the 77 point prorial agenda 18 entitled "Report '' %  Director of the United NaReliel and Works Agency for |tine Refugees in the Near That is the agenda item v I ich, each year, the Arab ; traditionally try mustering keir forces in an effort to at-. %  Israel, claiming that Israel j spor.siblc lor the fate of the refugees and insisting that Efugeea are entitled to "rektion" to Israel or to compenfrom Israel. |ie next item. No. 26, deals the United Nations EmerFofee stationed on thi fian Israeli border, includreport on UNEF's activities if estimates of the costs of taining the Force for tr year. items on the provisional of general interest to Jewticipants here are one dealth the work of the UN High pSBloner for Relugees. whose Me does not include Arab fees; continuance of the decarried on here for years now proposed international covehuman rights; and discusa draft declaration on the )f asylum dratted last year le Commission on Human [Continued on Page 9-A GURION ENVISIONS ONE MILLION JEWS FROM SOVIET UNION Israel Needs $3 Billion For Further Investment LtVI tSHKOL .. focus an Ntoev Election Push Stirs Interest JERUSALEM — (JTA) — With lhe national elections in Israel onlytwo weeks away, interest in the election campaign is beginning to mount, and the Government-owned radio station Kol Israel is now giving time to the competing political parties to present their views over ihe air. Major parties battling for ballots will be given a ten-minute period for electioneering on certain nights, while lhe smaller parties will be allocated five-minute segments each. Premier David Ben-Gunon. as leader of the dominant Mapai Party, was the first to be accorded lime by Kol Israel. In his broadcast he stressed the plan of the Mapai Party which calls for electoral reform, a change in proportional representation. The present election system, he said, causes fragmentation, and results in governmental instability. Speaking for Mapam, Yaacov Continued on Page 8-A JERUSALEM — (JTA) — Finance Minister Levl F.shkol dedared this week that Israel will need nearly $3.000.oo0.o00 for ini vestment in new development programs in the next half-decade.; He gave this figure in an address : to the conference of Jewish leaders from the United States, Canada and j Latin America sponsored by the j Israel Bond Organization. At another session. Prime Minister David Ben-Gunon said that i it the Soviet Union opened its gates, 1.000.000 Russian Jews j would emigrate to Israel within a' year. He recalled in that connec ; tion a remark by Soviet Premier 1 j Krushchev to a group oi American 'visitors that eventually the Soviet Union would permit emigration. Detailing the five-year development plan for Israel, Mr. Eshkol said $1,000,000,000 will be needed in thte field of industrial, electric power and mining development; $700,000,000 for the construction of 150.000 housing units,$500,000,000 for irrigation and agriculture; another half-billion dollars for expansion of Israeli transport services; and $250,000,000 for service industries, including tourism. Israel, he said, will focus its efforts :n the next five years on development of the Negev Desert. establishment of agriculture in the Southern Negev area, and the consi ruction oi six or seven major urban centers in the Negev. Bringing the waters of lhe Jordan River to Ihe Negev. he said, is essential to Ihe development of the area. The Israel-United Arab Republic situation was disccussed by the Continued on Page 2 A Eichmann May be Moved To New Jail for Security JERUSALEM—(JTA)—The possibility developed this week lhat *.dolf Eichmann may be moved to another prison lor security reasons j while he is awaiting the verdict of the three-judge court which tried jhim on charges of master-minding the slaughter of 6.0(10.000 Euro pean Jews. i Reparations Deal Coming To Conclusion By JTA Direct Wire TEL AVIV—During the next six months. Israel will place its final orders for goods and equipment purchased through reparations funds provided by West Germany, Dr. P. Shinar, head of the Israel j Reparations Mission, said Tuesday. He disclosed the final details of jthe purchasing program at a reception held aboard the SS Timna, one of the last of the Israeli ships ordered in West Germany in the reparations hind program The 22.000-ton ship arrived in Israel this week. The final orders will complete use of the 3,450.000,000 mark ($86,250,000) fund placed at the disposal of Israel and the Conference on Material Claims Against Germany by the 1952 reparations agreement. Goods will be delivered to Israel Continued on Page 3-A ntiB oycott Clause OK'd New Foreign Aid Bill JASMINGTON— (JT.M—The House Foreign Affairs Committee has ^cd foreign aid legislation containing an anti-bias clause far |rr than thai adopted earlier this week by the Senate Foreign Mis Committee. The bill was to be formally reported out this roe point anti -discriminthis Act are negated and the peace measure adopted by the <>i the world is endangered when nations which receive assistance under this Act wave economic warcommittee is aimed at Arab It and blockade tactics, in(liscrinun.il 'on against tan citizens out of religious ice. An expression is made M the granting <>t aid to na' that discriminate on such house version stresses when one nation receiving aid, like the United Arab *blic, discriminates against tier beneficiary, such as Isby blockading international rways, peace is endangered I the purposes of the Mutual krity program negated. Continued on Page 10-A The former Gestapo colonel has been kept in a special cell in the Beit Haam, the Community Center which was converted into a courtroom for the trial, since the trial began last Apr. 11. He was brought to the Beit Haam from the lallemeh prison in northern Israel where he had been held since he was brought to Israel in the spring Of I960 The problem of the need for a new location arises from the fact that there is expected to be a period of at least three months between the end of the summations by defense and prosecution this week and the announcement of the verdict, which is not expected until after the High Holy Days. Police officials believe it would be best lo move Eichmann out ol Continued on Page 6-A U.S. Catholics Deny Church In Germany Condoned Nazis WASHINGTON (JTA) — The National Catholic Welfare Conference Tuesday took issue with asI -crrions lhat the Catholic Church was condoning Nazi action against Jews 'Far from condoning the outrages against the Jews under I Nazi Germany, the Catholic Crurch look a strong part against such acts," a statement disseminated by I the NCWC Bureau of Information %  said. Emphasizing that "Catholic i groups were among the few agencies thai opposed the Nazis' efforts |t0 exterminate Jews.' !he Bureau j of Information statement declared: "Chief among these opposing groups was the relief organization set up for Ihe purpose by the late I Bishop Konrad von Pre-ysing of Berlin. Headed by Viktor Engelhar.it. it included Catholic workers of Jewish parentage. The relief ] agency provided Catholics and nonICatholics of Jewish descent with [ funds and gave them clothing and other neces8arj supplies Through underground contacts with Nazi government officials the agency warned of impending measures | against Jews. When efforts to hide Jews and their families or lo help them flee the country failed, agency members visited their Continued on Page 16-A FEDERATION LEADERS CITE RESOLUTION ON COMMUNITY SOLIDARITY JDA Quits CJAppeal, but Leaves 'Out' for Talks wordinj is: of the House comis the sense of the Congress [inasmuch as <1) the United favors freedom of n'aviga in international waterways fcemom.c cooperation between and (21 the purposes of Greater Miami's Joint Defense [Appeal agencies — the Anti-DefaI mat on League of B'nai B'rith and the American Jewish Committe-e— have disaffiliated from the 1962 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign. But spokesmen for JDA here have made it plain that they ire ready to sit down and discuss the differences that caused their move And leaders of the Greater Mi•imi Jewish Federation early this week also indicated that they are prepared lo talk about restoring unity within the Federation family. The two JDA agencies announced their disaffiliation intention at a joint executive committee meeting of the Florida regional office of the ADL and the Great! er Miami chapter of the American Jewish Committee in the i Dupont Plaza hotel last Wednesday. Among spokesmen explaining the joint decision were Maurice Gliner! and Paul H Sampliner. nations co-chairmen <>f the AJC-ADL co I .ordinating committee-. Sampliner I flew here Ircm New York to participate in ihe meeting. Emphasizing that "we are prepared to stick by our decision" hut thai "we continue to stand ready to discuss acceptable alternatives," JDA leaders repeated the hope lhat a workable formula would be achieved prior to ihe 1962 Combined ampaign. In a Jewish Appeal joint statement arly this week. David FUeman, president of the Greater Miami chapter ol the American Jewish 'ommittee. and Paul Seiderman. chairman ot the Florida region of the Anti-Defamation League, dcclare-d: "The Joint Defense Appeal made' its decision to withdraw from the Miami Federation based on the Continued on Page 2-A



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' Friday, August 4, ]$• Joint Defense Appeal Quits '62 CJA Campaign 1 'i C:---inud from Page 1-A fact tba [cr man] i by th< %  hi It ii .!• for the Americar. ind t.nt Anti I • ;-.i eet their n sp nsil ilitu to tin .)• ••••'' %  -.r.ci ; < .decisioi U : i idi %  %  ; • have indicated a iU-.re to constructively discuss p live alternative possibilities." But Seicierman and Fleeman indicated that "until due issioi thtr< alternatives are held. Lh< bttt interests of all concerned suggesl that wi ; nent at this tune "' Scm J. Heimart, president or the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, in response to a Jewish Fioridian request for a statemtflt, cited a June 14 Federation executive committee resolution on the then impending JDA withdrawal from the 1962 Cc~^bined Jewish Appeal campaign: %  "That it believes in the central fund-raising and planning purpose objectives for which Federwas organized: •Thi:: it believes that the JDA Federation Plans Reorganization Samuel J Heiman, president cf the Greater Miami Jewish Fedtr at • Wednesday named A J Harris, chairman of Federation's re(• "iy appointed survey and prcgn II committee. Harris is a vice president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and iormer chairman of its budget committee. Ii calling for the formatu n of committee Federation's o>> ii.. i committee said the new survey unit will aim at a study cf structure and purposes of Federation; prepare a blue print for the reorganization of Federation: recommend new approaches; and present final recommendations and blue print to the executive committee for approval and adoption Other members of the commitee are Martin Fine. Samuel FriedJoseph Garfield. Jack Gor don, Ernest Janis. Howard Kane. Also Jay Kislak. Cal Kovens Sidney Lef court. Joseph Lipton. Ben Markowiti, A. J. Molasky. Hy Riia-. Leonard Rosen, and Harold ] hum A. J. HARRIS bene1 Th : lne %  ,u %  froir ''' %  noX bo %  ( -. inti rests %  %  the oi initj and i'of the their ac• While MM Feae-atrcrv executive committee resoij'icn anre-dates the Jcir.t Defense Aooeai agencies' withdrawal and fails to commert en it, Heiman's reference c the resolution indicated Federation's desire to lltaSfl the door eoen for a community-minded solution to the problem. A. J Harris, vice president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation ard reportedly Federation's next president, said here that "if people of good will get together. then is DO *1i} this be v. H;*: II at 1 have no sp<1 cific plan in at this tin-, sorr.t". : g Sa1 -....:or\ to sides d not be out c: • %  'real:ol reason. It may r -e\ -. •• but som> i os %  : %  •-• should certainly en thrc U| | tiatli D I Israel Needs $3 Billion For Future Investment --A/. yjLw> SWARMING TERMITES (OMMttT TNt T'ldtiOMI BtatCTOil I re* rwr OKIN otiic* MIAMS* >OV 9m mmcmH DA.'LY PICKUPS TO NEW YORK M. LIEBERMAN & SONS 1 ^5 mm M.LIEBERMAX 5.50X5 MJAtj IUKU LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE MOVING TO AND FROM fcEW JERSEY • ALBANY • PROVIDENCE end PHILADHFKA • BALTIMORE WASHINGTON • BOSTON oil ether points — rVcekl, Service fire Proof Constructed Storage Warehouse 655 Collins Ave., Miomi Beach Dial JE 8-8353 t 655 PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. "Miami's Leading Memorial Dealers" Strung the Jim,:h Cemmttity S.'nce 1926 SUAMI'S ONE AMD ONLY JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS it: MING uuusimr 10 THE JtVtISH (JtNlill GUARANTEED FINEST QUALITY MONUMENTS AT IOWEST PRICES IN MIAMI I GR'vt BARKERS HEADS: CHES rUUtSTOSES Only S35.00 Why Pay More? Buy for less ot Palmer's and Sove! All Menumenli Cojfcm Mode in Our 0u Shops within 3 Dots I Continued from Page 1-A I Ii gates, in a que^ion-and-answer with Mrs. Golda Meir, IsForeign Minister Mrs. Meir %  [lined three aspect.-, of a plan by JAR President Abdel Nasser to Israel. These, she said. art:: ; Militarj against Israel. Nasser does rot dare attack, the Foreign Minister said, as ... "qualitative equi nents. and Nasser is not rfctorj Tin Arab economic boj which, though it hurt not as successful as Nasser bal hoped it would be. T'r.e Arab refugee situation Nasser, said Mrs Meir. is preventive the relugees from resettling in countries, using them instead as a major weapon against Israel, and demanding their return here., so that they would act as an advance column of Arab military' attack aimed at the total destruction of Israel. The idea of giving the refugee* "free choice" between repatriation and resettlement, Mrs. Meir said, is unrealistic, since the Arab leaders would not permit any refugees to choose to stay in Arab countries. Ben-Gurion reviewing Israel's .:>• prcb!em>. charged that %  r was planning to annihilate •he people Of IsraeJ as Hitler "and s gang" did in Europe. He iet Union was supply".Nasser with Arms "because Is reouire ,v ie g'w*nH ions at the United Nations I t ance in exerting in• throughout Africa declared that Israel's seen; eapon w as the spiritual supenority cl its people end that made up tcr the quantitative imbalance ot %  rmt -• population in comparison with th. 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%  Fage t-A Af H /. f fkridfinr Friday, August 4. )$E1 Only 3 Eichmann Aides Paid Supreme Penalty Ey Special Report Onfa, : iree of Eichmann's principi aides have paid the supremt penalty tor their pan in the mass 11 : %  European Jew s. a*i B cording to the World Jewish Congress in New York. Siei Si member of Eichmann's Hungarian Commando, and Anton I rur. Eichmann's Deputy in Viennj were both 1 xecuted ir ti B, %  ter \\ isliceny was ex< i< >akia where he had nn's assistant. World Jewish Conercss. in pul .ication. "Eichmann's ates and the Third Reich irachy." names 54 members V: Eichmann's key sta/f which to. out 100. Six more art under arrest and awaiting trial, four in West Germary and two in Austria. They are Erich Deppner ar.d Wilhelm Zre^, who served in The Hague; Ottc HuitSCha and Hermann Krumey, who served in Hunpary, all held in West Germany, Frani Slavik and Kurt Frani Novak, Eichmann's transportation chief, arrested in Austria. known concentration and annihilaJ ion camps which numbered nun. Ireda. There is also a list of Jewish oases in Europe at Hitter's hares I totalling 5.717,000. government and Naii Party officials, police chiefs, and Naxis responsible for carrying out medical experiments on helpless concentration camp victims. ^ The WJC official states that the ania. -•~ were compiled from a variety Holland. 12C.00O; Latvia. 85.0vand ~oU< that a perYugoslavia, 65.000: Greece. 60.00ft ... I.KJU. Aiiclriq '( %  (~\C\ Dnlflium %  ailing Polanc 3 ftGO.000; -Soviet Unl n 1.000.000; Bumania, 420.000; G* many. 200.000; Czechoslovakia 300.000: Hungary 200.000: I ium! ISM!:: France. 130.000/ Eichmann May he Transferred Jo New Jail for Safety's Sake Ceitlnued from Page 1-A Jerusalem, where crowded urban conditions require heavy guard. but feel that because many persons visited the Jallemeh prison after learning it had been Eichmann's place of detention, it might nol be wise to return him there. He will be brought back to Jerusalem to hear the verdict after which he will have a right to make a statement before sentence is pronounced. Eichmann will be examined bef( u an Israeli magistrate, at the request of the West German government, in connection with many cases of Nazi war criminals now ptr.ding in West German courts. The examination will be earned out by Dr. Dietrich Zweig. the West 1 an observer at the Eichmann trial The West German Justice High Official on Trial VIENNA — (JTAi Dr. Franz Ratzenberger. a high Austrian polic< official, went on trial hen on c' l rues of having given the orden for the execution of 300 Jews 1 lie Ula> a i ne in 1942 n e wat the commander of the Nazi security police in t h e Berdichev area di ng World War II. stry received requests from :< n Ifences in Holland, and a man named Bauer, who received a 10J < ..r term ir. Germany. Dr. Nehcmiah Robinson, director of the World Jewish Congress Institute of Jewish Affairs, name 134 of Eichmann* men whose I whereabouts or fate are unknown. ; One of them is his secretary, Fritz Martin: a second man. Franz Abromcit. is assumed to have been captured by the Russians. In all. Dr. Robinson lists about 750 Nazi officials and their fate, including cabinet ministers. Ambassadors, military chiefs, SS personnel, key officials in charge of concentration camps, high SUPERIOR STAMP & SEAL WORKS MANUFACTURERS OF RUBBiR STAMPS CORPORATION SEALS and SUPPLIES CHARLIE MERZ, Owner NOW LOCATED AT FR 4-1034 613 N.E. 1st Ave. ; IO MAGIC NUMBER 7 FOR SAVERS There's a I'm•-honored custom among savings institutions of allowing a full month's dividend earnings on savings received by the I Oth cf the month. This 10 day grace period allows you fo pay those bills that come around the 1st of the month and still open of add to your account in time to earn • full month's dividend. WASHINGTON FEDERAL has always been happy fo grant this 10 day courtesy period to •avers. Why not open or add to your account at any convenient WASHINGTON FEDERAL office on or before th I Oth of this month. Your MYi'ngs will ee.ro dividends from the 1st. WASHINGTON J FEDERAL SAVINGS ISS tOAN ASSOCIATION Of MIAMI IEACH 1T01 MfJin Avenu. !?4 AMhmgton Avenue H33 NormandyDrlvS All Offices: JCfferson 8-8452 L JACK O OOIOON ARTHUR H COURSHOK RreaMaC•*„_.


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Lay. August 4 19Sl -Jewist* fhrMtor Page 7 A Ruffians Withdraw Conviction Appeal V wt c • M Iree-mcnth-old Robert Pallia, a stateless person, gained a id of permanent residence when he arrived in the United ates c? the 500th refugee United Hias Service brought to b country under the refugee immigration law, which went |j effect toward the end of 1960. Robert had been marking p.e in Paris with his father, mother and three brothers, who ad it necessary to leave Egypt in 1958. The family is being settled in Washington, D.C., with the assistance of that commitv's Jewish 3-r:al Service Agency. ianu-El School Adds 4th Grade Foundation Scho •'. will maurth grade t >r the new year i begins in legislation i r I te school as as th< nursery, kin lergarten, j |rew and Sundaj ichool, Is now >r waj at the congregation's! 11 -d office. 17)1 Washingave ie l > in dation School is an denary school program from kin-1 garten en up. it stresses basic Is in ;. bi-lingual curriculum. |hildrcr: have a training which pallets the public school curricu-, with the added ingredients of (versatii nal Hebrew. Jewish hisother related subjects, i {ht children, who are admitted [he school only atter passing a iy of readiness tests, are givfirn educational 'jackground. I iphael K. Yunes school board |I:IK.I said that "we believe our school serves the 'whole' I. providing an ample opportuI'M dividual instruction and self-expression — somenot available in jvererowded Jic schi ol classr>>m> today y < • ; I.mi,' i that, with the exception of the kindergarten, each Foundation School class at Temple Emanu-EI is serviced by two teachers, "who offer the youngsters more learning experiences per day than in a comparable public school situation. Foundation School classes are conducted at the congregation's north branch building. 77th st. and Dickens ave. which was completed a little more than a year ago. Transportation and lunches are included in the tuition fee I Make it a Happy New Year for someone in ISRAEL Send through UNITED HIAS SERVICE o Rosh Hashonah CARE Kosher food parcel Non-profit Kosher Government Approved Ration and Tax Free sJO-oo Zim Ship Docks First Time Here Zim Lines' MV Shikma sailed into Pier 3. Miami, for the first time last Thursday. The new ireighter. weighing some 6.000 tons, was received in Hamburg on May 17 by its cap tain, 11 officers and 39 crew members, and then taken to Haifa for its first transAtlantic voyage Capt. Uri Lieberman. 27. is married and the father of two children. He is a graduate of Nautical College in Haifa, served two years with the Israeli Navy, and has been with the Zim Lines, serving in the Atlantic since 1953. ARLINGTON. Va. (JTA) — Two Of George Rockwell's Nazi! "siormtroopers," sentenced last | %  eek to a year of hard labor each: on the convict road gang for at* tacking a 13-year-old Jewish boy,' withdrew this week the appeal of their convictions. They feared that a grand jury might reopen the case and impose even heavier sentences. Charges! Ol felonious assualt rather than simple assault and battery could in ptssible penalties of up U 20 years imprisonment. Thereft re, the Nazis decided to serve the year term on the convict road jang imposed by Arlington Judge Hugh Gregger. The two men, Richard Braun, 26, and Robert Garber, 31, withdrew their appeals, apparently after Rockwell consulted on their behalf with Commonwealth Attorney William Hassan. Rockwell sale*, "I've talked to Mr. Hassan, and he's convinced m that they can make a big deal cut of it." The two Nazis now will be sent to a state convict road gang for hard labor. A third Nazi, AnthonyWells, who was convicted of assaulting a 16 year-old youth July 13 and sentenced to 60 days in jail, was released on $1,000 bond pending action on his appeal, which will be heard by Circuit Court. Arlington police meanwhile impounded Rockwell's Nazi party "hate bus," decorated with swastika emblems, and arrested its driver The driver w a s Ralph Perry Forbes. 21. who told police his occupation was a "professional Nazi" and that he lived as a "stormtroop er" at Rockwell's headquarters barracks. He was charged with having no Virginia driver's permit. The vehicle was seized for lacking proper Virginia registration papers and an Arlington county license. Arlington police meanwhile revealed that the bus is registered in the name Schuyler Ferris, who holds a strategic job in the U.S. Army Map Service. Defense Department officials said they are Investigating Mr. Ferris' association with Rockwell. Meanwhile, Rockwell appeared before the Arlington County Board in an explosive hearing, after the board read a resolution from the Arlington chapter of the U.S. Veterans of Foreign Wars urging strong legal actions to curb the local "Nazi activities." Rockwell asked and was granted ten minutes to present a defense of his activities before the board. But when he began a tirade justifying Nazism, board member Thomas ei" and suggested, that the Naiis Richards said the board had done "disband this organization an! itself "a disservice by giving RockcrauI bac k j nt0 t he holes where well a forum." | you belong." Board member Ralph Mr. Ricnaras told Rockwell and j Kaul denounced Rockwell. Com the squad of "stromuoopers that monwealth Attorney William Kasaccompanied him that democracy ?an looked the Nazi in the face and is the only reason you are toleral1 jailed him a "faker." Youth Voted Best Athlete A Jewish boy in the deep S has been unanimously voted as the finest track and field athlete in his county. He is Bill Shapiro, of Spartanburg, S.C., grandson of Dr. Abraham Wolf son, chairman of the Spinozh Outdoor Forum ot Miami Beach. The young athlete w as last week awarded a large trophy with name and school inscribed on it. The presentation was televised. He has run the 199-yd. dash in 10 seconds ami 220yd. dash in 22.2 secn Is. His time of 51.8 :n the Mfl is also extremely low f). a high school runner. The fleet-footed Shapiro will be running for Tulane University next ison. Bill was accepted by Tu[ane t>n .:n academic scholars u >. 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Page 8-A + k*ist ftcrlcfiairi Friday. August 4. 1961 i • %  r Scientists Developing/ Unique Solar Energy Machine Project ]l:hak Katz, Mayor of Rehovoth. Israel, where the internationally-famous Weizmann Institute ct Science is located, presents Mayor Robert F. Wagner, of New York, with the key to the licipodity of Rehovoth at City Hall. Lett (rear) is Abraham Feinberg, president of the American Committee for the Weizmann Institute. Left to right are members of the American Committee, Harry Frankel, Edward Mitchell and Harry Levine. Election Campaign Stirs Interest in Israel Co-i'mued from Pa^e 1-A h ::,,<: told the electorate that trt e are advantages in a "neutra st" pulley for Israel. He said tt-c-; such a policy would enable lsr-el to obtain aid as well as irr.-'igrarts from both tne West *r; the East. Achdut Avodah ltc:er Israel Bar-Yehuda urged in hit broadcast that Israel should initiate peace talks with the Arab stales without any prior conditicr:. PeretZ Bernstein delivered the adoifSS for the new Liberal Party. He harged that growing state control in the economic field is hinderli.. Israel's development. Dr. Zei. VYarhaftig, speaking tor the Religious Parly, condemned "exece secularism" in Israel, dedaring these tendencies have! made inmads into Sabbath obser-1 behalf of Herut. Arie Ben! Elij denounced the Mapai's in1 .-. %  • %  ; ce on the "invincibility" of" Ml Ben-Gurlon as the country-; li : Mr. Ben-EIiezer reminded, I i Stenerfi that Mr. Ben-Gurion v. chairman of the Jewish Agen-' cj during World War II. when the Nazi holocaust resulted in the loss oi %  'io.'. i: Jewish lives. The Mapai Central Committee lasl weekend unanimously adopted an eight point election platform ci ning thd at the United Nations Conference on Nev r Enin R >me next %  i The psckage ras three basic parts. One it a collector ot solar heat. The second is a vapor turbine, and the third is a heat collector as a backstop to an eiectrie accumulator. The heat collector is an inflate: plastic cylinder ,0 feet long and five feet in diameter, a form developed during many years of research on heat absorption. New optical findings led to the, cylindrical form which promises to become the cheapest torm of solar collector for medium temperatures. The turbine uses a chlorobenmie vapor instead of 'he usual water steam which has low efficiency To insure a contir.ous energy sup ply in the evening and at night, and to even out the supply during peak sunshine hours, some form ol" energy storage is required. Since the usual storage by electric batteries is expensive, Israeli scientists developed heat accumulators which contain material melting at 300 degrees Fahrenheit which absorbs heat when melting and gves off heat when soluilying. In addition to the three basic components, which were dew!. oped in Israel, the package has a generator which produces cu,-. rent from accumulated heat. The unit also has *n auxiliary emergency kerosene heater for -ji during prolonged cloudy periods, The model has six oylindrical collectors and produces live power. Depending on the n\ of collectors used, the new hi „. can supply efficiently two to %  ,. kilowatts. Produced Industi i \ the package should cost fron i)00 to Sio.ooo with a project of five cents per kilowatt in v climates. This is considered a reas cost tor electricity in remote fa HR and villages. Scientists said a • n ill five horsepower unit co-.ild y enough current for ten refriji ,! tors and one water pump i| daylight hours and for 50 lam i radio sets at night. Shrinks Piles Without Surgery Stops Itch-Relieves Pan, New York, N. Y. ( Sperial) -For 'M first time science has found a new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop rectal itch and <• relieve pain-without surgery. In case after case, while gently relievingpain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Most amazing of all — results were so thorough that suffer-rn made a.-tonishing statement.* hko "Piles have ceased to be a problem!" The secret is a new healing tub 6tance (Bio-Dyne*) —discovery of a world-famous research institute. This substance is now availailo In suppository or ointment form Under the name Preparation H*. At all drug counters. Teen-Age Nite' At Beth Torah Every Thursday night is -Teen-, Age Nite at Beth Torah Congrega-I tion when the United Synagogue Youth groups of the temple hold' their weekly dances emceed by Alvin Goldfarb. a member. Records, gifts and dance contests highlight the programs, attended byclose to 100 young people. Proceeds are pledged to help send club members to the Leadership Training Institute of the USY. to be held this year in Camp Ocala from Aug. 22 (o 31. Rabbi Allen Rutchick is newly appointed dircc-, •r for the Southeastern region of I'nited Synagogue of America Attending from Beth Torah will Fossett's Prescription Pharmacy Huntington Medical Building 141 U FIRST STRUT MIAMI, FLORIDA PHONE FR 47691 One of f he largest and Most Complete Prescription Pharmacies in the World W. E. FOSSETT, Founder •* %  %/-\-l*^-V^V^-^~\^ be Gilda Abramowitz. Eileen Falk. Susan Gluck. James Mandell. Ava Newman. Barbara Steinberg and Susan WeinstOCX. Irwin Katz. youth advisor of the groups, will be a counselor at the camp. Membership in the USY is open to junior and senior high school students of the area. In another aspect of the youth program al Beth Torah. students of the congregations religious school are conducting services during the vacation of Rabbi Max Lipschnz and Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. 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, August 4. 1961 fJewist) FhridTiar? Page 9-R 'a latka Publisher Former Nazi Spy By HILTON FRIEDMAN WASHINGTON r aristc) | • made news in 1940. He' Ga W I Kent, once [ %  o nployee at the in London, who [ „ %  • i jiving secrets [ \ lermany. a : iscendant of 1 in recent months „, | as publisher ot ~ :n a new-Palatka, Fla. claim: "Klan and "Ro:• let*." His icks "treaL % % % %  ient" and \ family. I |„ -;. //reH : *'er's war ma|iin 'ifcrashing Europe. cot at c. Yard riti'ied Ambassacr .i tsh P. Kzrtnzdy, fathtr of \,e PrM dent, that Kent was sec t<\\ rg tne Naiis. Kent was ^ien ir he strategic position of cd* i terfc at the American EmLoncci. The case inp .-, disclosure :f confidential Jics*i rs between Winston |hurri.i I an; President Roose• dismissed, arrested by -h .' :• American concharged vntb commur.i lorn itic locuments that i Hitler (or war purposes, el trial, lie was convict • counl >! violation ot -h Official Secrets Act, :sone I f tr the war's du!; % %  Ambassador Kennedy has I (1 tiia'. if the United I I l hen been in the war. f have recommended that I turned to Washington. i lligh treason and shot rhi i < was •specially shockbo ause of Kent's distingumily and educational I His lather, the late I ration Kent, was a rewidow, and became a gentleman farmer in Maryland. Former Ambassador Kennedy recalls the Kent ca'e: "I remember they arrested him at 6 o'clock one morning They found in his pocket a message I had received from Winston Chunchill just three hours earlier. Thr? prison sentence was mild to what he deserved." Mr. Kennedy said that "when he w a s arrested, an i I ask< t what he couid h-.: liking of. he c ho\ved r. • remorse but went into an at smitic bl^st that was a terrible thing." Peter Fleming's authoritative "Operation Sea Lion" mentioned the pro-Nazi activities o< Kent, stating: "In Lrn-sor, Kc--t made the acquaintance of Anna Wolkoff, a lady some ten years older than himself, and was drawn into It-.e orbit of the 'Right Club,' a small, seedy clique of antiSemites. By January, 1W0. Ker."s collection ef ocuments hac" begun to include copies of the messages between Churchill 'then First Sea Lord) and President Roosevelt ... In February he applied fc-r but was refused, a transfer to Berlin." Ken*, and Miss Wolkoff, daugh &f or cl a former Imperial Russian Navy admiral, were arrested May 18. 1940. Kent was sentenced to seven years. Miss Wolkoff got ten years. The trial judge said she "apparently was motivated bv an anti-Semitic obsession." Miss Wolkoff had dispatched a coded letter to her triend. Wil-' liam Joyce, the British traitor j who broadcast for Hitler from i Berlin under the name *'Lord Haw-Haw." It was intercepted by British intelligence. Kent's U.S. diplomatic immunity was waived by the State Department. In 1944. the Department revealed that, in Kent's possession when he was arrested, were over 1.500 copies of diplomatic papers, duplicate keys to the code room, and photographic plateol Embassy documents "believed to have been made by confederates for the purpose of endeavoring to transmit to Germany and certain printed propaganda material which was prejUdical to the British conduct ot the war." Kent's arrest caused an emergency "diplomatic blackout" between the State Department and embassies throughout the world. New codes had to be devised. Kent and his wife, the former Clara Hunter Hyatt, left a life cf leisurely farming in the 1950s for cruises aboard their yacht. More recently, Kent settled in northern Florida, and entered politics. Last year, he suffered defeat when he sought election as county commissioner. Twenty years have elapsed since Kent's conviction for aiding the Nazis. There is no evidence his political and racist philosophy has changed. Nave that Business Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion You'd find complete) facilities to exactly satisfy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade and Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a wedding or a private party I Ol the fee Informations HAZEL ALLISON CATERING DIRECTORJE 1-6C61 Stein St. A Coillna Ave> To Review Refugee Issue l"a lei • "ate Department official • a candidate lor Goverginia. Kent was gradi the exclusive St. Al' ol. Princeton I'niversiiversity of Madrid, and he S irbonoe in Pans. from prison after the i married a wealthy Continued from Page 1-A Rights. That draft includes formulation of the right of all people to ; emigrate from their countries ol i residence. Implementation of such i a right could affect the right of I Jews in Russia to emigrate. A budget calling for the expenditure of $19.36,800 for the United j Nations Emergency Force, for the year ending December 31. 1962. was approved here this week by j j the General Assembly's commit j tee on administrative and budge-i | l.j-y questions. The budget was pro-1 nosed by Secretary General Dag: ilammarskjold last week for con-| %  sideration by the next Assembly. The committee approved the budoet "on the assumption that the Force will be continued on its present basis" dur..-.g tne year 1962. In one clause of the committee's statement, however, there is a hint that the status of UNEF may be subject to reconsideration. The committee also notes that, to date, there is a deficit in the special UNEF account of $21,600.')00 which is "attributable to serious delays in payment, or to the unwillingness or refusal ot some Governments to effect payment." 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Page 13-A vjenist fhrkMan Friday. August 4. 13S1 Gurion Opposes Church State Separation JERUSALEM-UTAi— Prime Minister David Ben-Guri .red Joseph B. Soloveitchik forest i week that he did not favor complete separat.cn of state %  %  ttj^J-^d ** n in Israel at the present time. .! chairman of the Jewish National The Prime Minister gave his views on the issue to members of :M-UTAi— Prime Minister David Ben-Guri .red .Joseph B. Soloveitchik forest honthis ligion i The the Rabbinical Council of America attending a special conclave in said his stand was Israel. He based on the premise that national unit} had to be preserved in an Israel beset by enemies The 150 American Orthodox rabbis dedicated their organization's new academic center, Yeshiva Hadarom, cal'irto, it "a spiritual instrumentality" for creating closer relations between Israeli and American Jev/s. The 355,000 institute has dormitories, a dining hall, a high school and a higher school, as well as a Teachers Seminary with 250 students, 50 of whom are American Jews. Fund, presided. Rabbi Charles Weinberg. pres ident of the Orthodox rabbinical group, told the delegates a: the opening session that the Hebrew language alone would not unite He Rabbi Kmanuel Rackman. a past American and Israel. Jewry. He president of the Rabbinical ConnWed %  nit > ,m f J W £,? c.l. expressed the hope that o ra d J 01 "' emphasis M Jewish trad [pressed the hop*. uates Of all rabbinical seminaries Uons. religious values a..d prac in the L'nited Stales iuld spend tlc 2*„ .... ;,•„ a. leas, a year in studies at the Yeshiva Ha laro The delegates joined with religious leaders trom all parts of IsQuarters of Chief Rabbi Yitzhak Mssim and visited tii al Shi m Reli{ ravl.::; the de Rabbi Anti Boycott Clause Approved In New Foreign Aid Legislation Continued from Page 1A fare against other nations assisted under this Act. including such procedure as boycotts, blockades, and the restriction cf the use of inter national waterways: and i3> any attempts by foreign nationcreate distinctions of their race older fire as a "watered-down" version of the Douglas-Keating amendment when Sen. Fulbright added the nullifying terminology. According to Sen Keating "Congress should be on record in the strongest possible terms opposing religion among American citizens US1 l)f foreis n aid funds n any in the granting of personal or com .. merdal access or any other rights ; ount !" tw wl >ere. direcUy or tootherwise available to the United directly, the money might be used State.citizens generally is repugnant to our principles; assistance under this Act and the Agricultural : for economic warfare, blockades, or boycotts against any other country also receiving assistance. This Council and the Chief Rabbinat r they met with interior Min ister Moshe Shapiro, a Mizi leader, in a review of Israel's current religious problems and particularly those of religious educa lion. Mr. Ben-Gurion angrily rejected here a question posed to him by an American Orthodox rabbi about his attitude toward Kashrut. The question was asked during a lively dis-! cussion between nrembers of the: Rabbinical Council oi America and I the Prime Minister. Ben-Gurion termed the posing of this question to him an impertinence. "Chutipah," he said, adding that this was a personal matter. At the same time he stated that while he was a nonobservant Jew, he favored the continued rabbinical control in Israel on questions of personal status until the bulk of the newlyarrived Sephardic Jews became integrated. Trade Development and Assistance 1S not only common en;it> *> tnat Act of 1954. as amended, shall be r mont v not ,nrown %  %  but ariminist..i-pd in oii/o ffoM in thoj.. alsc — ancl more important — a, nrin cm I-s "tt of principle on which we When he was challenged regard F H should not compromise %  j m S allegations that religious Jew,' Previously. Sen. Kenneth Keat „ 'were being discriminated against ing. New York Republican who is *"; Kea Mng • ,nt £nguage in Israel, he shouted Libel' and a co-sponsor Of the Douglas-Keat'"J et ,ei1 ,nis *•• %  ?>' *• %  pul charged Hatzofeh. daily newspaper, ing amendment calling on the bng 1 l1t was '^milar in substance published by the Religious Party.' President to deny foreign aid to • t 0 t ne amendmen which he offeri w ith d i stor tions. The Hatzefeh in Arab states practicing discrimina-' e last yc ? r dunng the dobate on an editorial Sunday tory boycott and blockade pro{Jjj m ^ a L^!^. a ?Pr?P riatloM IPwmier Ben-Gurion; cedures, announced that if the Senate Foreign Relations committee doe.not strike out a nullifying defea,ed a ain '"'* year, clause added by Chairman J. W. Fulbright to this year's bill. "1 certainly shall make such a motion on the Senate floor, and I believe that Sen. Paul Douglas (IIInois Demcorat) will support the motion The wording of tNis year's anti-bias clause was already unan editorial Sunday paid tribute toi Premier Ben-Gurion as the i I was defeated then on a try s leadl po|lUca fj but warned him aga.nst -assuming tf.e mantle of setting the tone for the ethical values of the Jewish people." At the final session of the RabRabbi Cassel to Speak Rabbi Abraham Cassel. spiritual binical council of America convoleader of Torah Temple, will be ca t_ion. Rabbi Israel Miller of New host on -Still Small Voice." teley ork a vice president, warned that vision program sponsored by the any el f ort Dv Reform and Conser-' Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn.. vative Judaism to enter the Israeli or, Sunday. 10 a.m.. over WCKT religious scene would "not strike! 1,1 7 r oots but will divwe and serve as j a divisive influence." just as it had •plagued the American Jewish communityIt was disclosed meanwhile, on another front of the struggle be-1 I tween Jewish religious sects in Is-' rael. that work would be resumed Monday on a Reform synagogue in Jerusalem after two years of arbitration and court struggles Dr. [ Nelson Glueck. president of the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, said he hoped the synagogue would become the first real -bridgehead" of Reform Judaism in Israel The Reform synagogue will be a small chapel with room only for 150 worshippers It will be housed j in a building also containing the American School of Oriental Research, with which Dr. Glueck. a noted archaeologist, has been associated for many years NOW-FULLY AIR-CONDITIONED I S/S FLORIDA 3-DAY CRUISES FROM MIAMI TO NASSAU The S/S FLORIDA is your -floating hotel" for 2 delightful nights at sea: 2 full days and a night dockedin down-own Nassau, convenient to Bay Street shopping. 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fiidcy, August 4. 1S61 +Jcwtet Fkridti&r Poge 11-A Cite Pope Pius' Efforts to Save Victims ROME — (JTA) —The late Pope After the Nazis invaded Slovafact the Jews are a "god-killing Pius XII. head of the Holy See kia. in 1944, Rev. Cavall. stated, people/' The periodical declared during the Hitler era. tried to save the Pope made one final effort. t u _,_ v ., „ Slovakian Jews from deportation -with particular attention to the "a. the Eieh.nann tna. I another to the Nazi death camps, an artule lot of .lews in Slovakia and Hur form f Jew,sh bUndness New Hotel in Oklahoma City I in the Civilta Cattolica. official org.ir. Of the Italian Jesuits asserted I in its latest issue. The importance attributed to the article, written b\ a well-known priest. Rev. Fiorgary. and nothing was left undone or untried to bring them to comfort." The "frantic fringe" newspapers ello Cavalli, was pointed up bv K %  f^uing largely anU-Sethe fact that Osservatore Romano ,"" "', 'T s are Be er Wo r1 ?' p,, .' v official organ of the Vatican, devoted an entire page to it. lished by some influential Jesuits, and the Voice of Justice, published at Turin. According to the Voice In general, large sections of the "' Justice, the persecutions sufCatholic press, unofficial as well fered by Jews through many cenJc.-.'. wearing sub-miniature Electroencephaioqiaph developed as official, have been paying much I turies were not undeserved, due %  hy Ephrcdm Frei and Henryk Fischler at Ihe Weizmcnn Instij attention to the Jewish problem (l ,ne Jewish "deicide" and the lt..te of Science. Rehovoth, Israel. The apparatus is designed -nee the Eichmann case started, i I e cord brain waves. Weiimann Institute Unveils New Type Brain Wave Machine While most of the more responsible Catholic press is sympathetic to the sufferings of the Jewish victims of the holocaust, some Catholic papers have used the Eichmann trial to spread anti-Semitic floe Irines. Such expressions, however, lcn scnoo ls nmv l(ir reBisll a arc in newspapers which more reJudea Nursery Registration Set Temple Judea nursery-kindergar, sponsible Catholics consider part %  >f the "frantic fringe." By Special Report lists and medical men to record; brain waves without involving the A pparatus lor recording daborate u r .,._ gygtems now used waves" in humans and anij ;) conventional instruments. The half has been developed at the absence oi connecton wires in the mann institute of Science, new Rehovoth • mad. instrument .... ,,. provides greater llexibility in the: "Sub-lliniature ElectroennUi ., uununU (i bni0 wavc ]tj t< -....•graph (EEC), it is part ot ai n makes j t possible tt investigate j |r existing conventional system ion the subject under natural condii wak, n J ew *' 7 0,000 of whom had „ linns already been deported by that brain-wave recording which has nons. r J time, were reportedly taken by lien greatly improved by scicnTnc main advantage of the in-j Pope Pius XII in 1943. lists in the Electronics Department strument is its miniature size. One According to Civilta Cattolica, Pope Pius XII called the Minister of Slovakia to the Vatican in 1942, when the deportation of the Slovakian Jews was announced, and insisted that the oiders be revoked. Further steps to save the remainder of the SloOi the Weizmann Institute. of the smallest medictl instruments The staff members concerned i kind ever produced.t can bej Tire ExeCUtlVe slipped into a pecket and is wholly tion for the fall term commencing] Sept. 5. Children who will he three years old by Jan. 1. through kindergarten age ..re eligible. Individual class (are held for each age group. Program includes music, arts, and crafts, science, indoor and outdoor play, a well-planned readiness program for the kindergarten, and a Jewish orientation program cen-, tered around the holidays. For information and registration the Temple office will be open week days from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. )f the department, khveiopment of the Specks Here Don Miller, vice president of the INure Henrvk Fischler. engineer.,. *d Pro? Ephra.m H. Frei head transistorized. 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Frei, commenting on the { Science in Israel. brain-wave apparatus, said that a morco. number oi other medical electronHe w a s introduced by Norton International Con"> !" "umenls are being deyel%  p „ memblT 0 f the board of IdkaTltoSrJnks ^d at the Institute with the interthp MiamI Dade chamber Better departmental cooperation of vanBug}nes8 Division, and president ous departments. There is great 0 Nor(on Tire Cf) S(Hlth Florida hope. n< >:ated. that these devices distnbu or fcr B F Goodrich will help clinical tests and thereby { ^ rQs be ol service to the medical profession. Speaking on '•Better Business In the Sixties."' Miller emphasized The tiny new EEG was shown lil the fourth f-e-ice on Med held recently in New York. It is usually a miniature transmitter tlaeed directly on the head of it-e subject under investigation. !f*s lave been used as the experimental animals, but an even Smaller unit is being built for s-ceons. 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Page 12-A +3m 1st, fUrkMan Friday. August 4, \\i Rabbi Podet Holds Fri. Service Here Rabbi Mordecai Podet. new spiritual leader of Temple Judea. will speak on "Not by Bread Alone" at his first service Friday evening. An Oncg Shabbat in his honor will be'given by the Temple olfieers and directors following the services. Rabbi Podet *?ucCeeds Rabbi Morns A Skop. Temple Judea s new spiritual leader is from New York City and received a BA degree from Western Reserve University He did graduate work in philosophy at the University of Chicago, and in Jewish studies at seminaries in Chicago and Cleveland. His first pulpit was at Templt Emanuel in Utiea, N.Y., where he helped organize the Brotherhood Council of Utica, an organization concerned with interfaith and interracial relations. He served with the U.S. Sixth Fleet in the Mediterranean as a Naval Reserve chaplain from 1952 to 1954. and then went to B'nai Israel in Salt Lake City. I'tah. where he remained lor sever, years. Rabbi Podet is married to the former Norma C. D. Yonover. daughter 0 f Dr. Celia Davis and the late Dr. Nafthali Yonover. of Chicago. They have a son and a daughter. French Fighters Terrorizing Jews PARIS — (JTA> — The OAS, the French underground organization in Algiers, was reported here to' fcave again bombed Jewish shops and homes in Algeria, causing considerable damage but no known deaths. A kosher butcher shop in the BabEl Oued section of Algiers was blown up by OAS, as were a number of Jewish homes in the area. The attacks were understood to nave been made in reprisal against participation by Jews in Algeria in a recent Moslem strtke lor independence from France, and also against the Jews who have left Algeria. RABBI MOKDICAI PODET Beth Shirah Has Dedication Rahbi Morris A. Skop will speak on "The Blessings of Loyalty" at dedication services on Friday evening of the newly-formed Temple Beth Shirah ir. its temporary location. Suniland Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Cantor Herman Gottlieb will chant the ritual and direct the tenvoice choir, with Steve Kessler at the organ. Included in the service will be the naming of Lawrence, new son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Kay. and Mr. and Mrs. William Newman, grandparents of the baby, will host the Oneg Shabbat in his honor. On Saturday morning. Rabbi Skop will conduct services, and officiate at the blessing of Bonnie, new daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Kessler. The Kesslers will host the kiddush following the ceremony. Registration for Hebrew and Sunday school at Beth Shirah will start Sunday in the Temple headquarters at Suniland. and a Temple membership meeting will be held Sunday at 8 p.m. Rabbi Richter At Dade Heights Rabbi Harold Richter, formerly of Beth Kodesh Synagogue, has assumed the spiritual leadership of the Dade Heights Jewish Congregation and wjl greet the congregation in his first message •Slalom: A Greetim*3Mth Meaning.'' on*rrtday evening. Rabbi Richter. a native Chicasoan. studied at the Hebrew Theological College in Chicago and at the Mesifta Talmudic Seminary in Brooklyn, where he was ordained. He also studied at the University of Illinois. Herzl College, Emmanuel College, and at the University cf Western Michigan. Prior to his coming to the Miami area. Rabbi Richter held pulpits at Nanticoke. Pa.. Olyphant. Pa., and South Haven. Mich. For the past year he ha* served as spiritual leader of the newly-established Beth Kodesh in South Miami Heights. In his new post. Rabbi Richter will also serve as education director of the Dade Heights reiigious school. ISRAELI RELIGIOUS STORE 1357 Washington Ave. JE 1-7722 ALL HEBREW SUPPLIES FOR SYNAGOGUES A JEWISH HOMES We Carry Bar Mitzvan Records LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK AND GARDEN MAUSOLEUM "THE SOUTH'S MOST BEAUTIFUL JEWISH CEMETERY" N.W. 25th ST. at 103rd AVE. TU 5-1689 GORDON FUNERAL HOME FR 3-3431 FRanklin 9-1436 710 S.W. 12th Avenue Miami, Fla. HARRY GORDON PRESIDENT IKE GORDON FUNERAl DIBECTOt HABbi HAROLD RICHTtR Rabbi Strassfeld Will Officiate Rabbi Abraham Strassfeld will officiate at the first High Holy Days services of Congregation Etz Chaim at 1544 Washington ave. He will he assisted by Cantor Samuel Arlen. Seat reservations for the High Holy Days can be made at the congregation daily from 8 to 9 a.m., 12 to 2 p.m., and 7 to 9 p.m.. or at the Miami Hebrew Book Store. 1585 Washington ave. Officers of the congregation are Jacob Silbovitz. president: Norman Kaplan and Morris Brafman. past presidents: Morris Salit and Samuel I.enovitz, treasurers; Samuel Arlen. gabbei: Rabbi Goldberg, recording secretary: Alex Kleiman. chairman of the board; Seymour Zucker. secretary: Harry Berlinsky. Aaron Hartman. Max Steier and Dave Sokolski. trustees. Cantor Hinkes Due at Zamora Cantor Seymour Hinkes, Of Miami will serve al Temple Zamora. Coral Gables, this coming year. acci rdinj I an announcement by Monte K. Rassner, president. A graduate of the University of Miami and formerly of Temple B'nai Sbolom, Opa-Locka. Cantor Hinkes will assume his duties at the midnight Selichot services on Saturday. Sept. 2. PALMER MEMORIALS "Miami's Omlf Jewish Monument Builders" SJDH.PALME] Exclusive Dealer "ROCK OF AGES" FAMILY MEMORIALS To live in Hearts Wa Leave Behind U to live Forever. man nsso Scheduled Unvcilings SUNDAY. AUG. t 1961 Mt. Sinai Mcrcriol Park Cemcrcry JUL'US RABINC'A 'iZ 11 o.m. R^il-i .' .' • • rluridt: Alt. Weac Ccrifery DAVID Hirvis 11 o.m M( rton Mold! \, Miami Hebrew Appoints Two Milton Wemer. president. Miami Hebrew Congregation, announces i the engagement of Rabbi David Rosenfeid and Cantor Fred Bern! stein for the High Holiday services. Cantor Bernstein, engaged for a year starting Aug. 1, has conducted services for the past two years at Flagkr-Granada Jewish Center. lakeside MMMrM Park MRS. 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joy, August 4, 1961 -. +J€**isti Her Mian Page 13-A MAYINGS OF FATHERS Vuh tud. Chap. V:l' :en sayings the world was j What does this teach us ,. not hai e been created I W tavmg.' ft is to mah,e the famishment that will r the wick\el ii"ho dwtroy 'he = that ted5 created aith ten | mp, U well as the goodly reI \d :i-at will be bestowed upon = ;u5t who pre erte the world |, u is createJ With ten sayingi. I Verse 14 rhere are jour \inds of tempers m ,m u is ca^: to provoke and | to pacify. his los.t disappears I \hu '-i". h< whom ic i) harJ to ,i %  gnd h ird f pacify, his his loss, he I K ;, hard tD profile and ; sjriu. he u'hom / • %  juj hard to I ian. futilities in diI he tiho (pick IMI %  :••:: %  :.'.' i.:n .!:<• %  i nder, i %  %  : % % %  understj ids difficulty I he who uti <& OL 9?ea/m O/ ^, #ami s T&b igtoiAS Xif e The Moon Was a Guide To Ancient Jewish Calendar .:;:.i for in evil portion. By RABBI MORRIS A. SKQP Temple Beth Shirah This week, Jewish people throughout the world will welcome the New Month of Elul which sets the mood for the approaching High Holy Days which will launch the Jewish religious year 5722, to be ushered in on the eve of Sept. 10, marking Rosh Hashona. Th' Jewish religious calendar is based upon the cycle of the moon and indicates the Jewish Rosh Chodesh— the new Hebrew month. The moon occupied an important place in the life of our ancestors in ancient Palestine. It was 'heir guide to the Hebrew calendar. They counted months and days by the moon and often made appointments depending on the appearar.ee of the tiniest crescent, which meant the beginning of at) ither month. The new moon was welcomed with a special prayer and was announced with the blowing of the Shofar and with fire signals s c r v t c e s >n — a 3ETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox Rabbi Solomcn Seru'f • BETH EMETH. 1Z2S3 NW 2nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Hyman pain. I-": lila} 1:Ki |j t ,--i. -n: "Ar< W i ,i i 'i iplinr I IN • i • V i ir lu 9 a.i BETH ISRAEL tnooox. Kaooi BETH JACOB. 301-3'1 ave. Ortnodax. Raoo T or Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamohaa. // you can't have what you want, want what you can have. mv CABIROI • A poor man can be as sensuous about his .Ir-. morsel of bread Us j rich man about hi sumptuous mea IIPK1N. Hiu : •. -'•..• : 10 :...'•. little. MOSI s I HAL. • • • Word i • % %  • %  C ilumns ( of sun :' %  a Washington dustv U'mJ %  [ibid nothm H MAS. BRATZLAV C0 Pralr.e ave. OrRABBI MORRIS SKOf dawn of tlol BETH KODESH, "ojl Qui'l Roost dr. Rabbi Harold Reiner BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave Orthodox. Julius Saoero. president. \ :,; •• e ••-.">i U-:'-.but. I %  iirew s— OM creation • The power to announce the new month was vested in persons of authority. At the time of the First Temple, built by Kimj Solomon, most likely the High Priest or King had this power. In the days of the Second Temple, we know definitely that the Sanhedrin announced the New Moon and set the dates of the holidays. The Sanhedrin was both the Supreme Court and the legislative body of the Jewish nation at that time. rrtfpn niiaxn pi so I %  : T T: r I hi rraa naipa ns nxsa %  v : T : v T : T n D'rart—a'a ETW-J as Ijwpj my 3Da 'p^x ,ii2aT 7 "anr.a 7\p"Jiip •'-son -:T T I ins D-D3* "?tf onxw • T : v • T ) n^-iBita a-'a-'p .px^naa xsa> fin xin ^sa px^na iirs niSan—na "73 ra • : : •• T T I |KI a^an 'ID 1 ? iDi] mn fo D^T-S (2 000) D'S Hiram a^ibt^a n 1 ? T %  -;. T hp"1J iT D^Sl (3 3.000) k a nntpp n^aa p-iaa Won] ant^y niain .-IDD (25,000) .'E^-ii! mas ri'-ia nxsina; • 1 • ., T )NSIATI0N BETH TFILAH. 935 E-.i-!id ave. Or thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky • — BETH TORAH -64tn s t. and NE 11th ave. Conservative Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. I l-Ylila> '. r. p "Port i" > r I of ii"u • %  K Skil I • • v 13 a.m. Alter the warm -ummer months ol ram muz and Av, tne mood ot Mlu ha ,, ., relaxation and rest lives way to expectancy and hope as a new religious ..T VT^ ....... .. j ••> %  .• %  .i. .u T u L i j j r i CONGREGAT.ON ETZ CHAIM. 1544 year dawns. While the other Jewish holidays and festivals commemoWashington av-. orthodox. Rabbi rate great historical events. Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur are occaAbraham strassfeid. Friday 6:4." p.m. Saturdas 8:50 a.m. ward c "I-' et-ervthi ontying PHII 0 dott'i i What •• %  ;. can't tc II lesire \ ISH PROVERB. I /)c's:r; :. :•: %  %  .. : •, %  • .; >i.:ii SPINOZA. :_ No man can b? wise against his own Wishful dimming. \\IK:II sions devoted to prayer and self-inventory and serious thought about life and its meaning. Observant Jews take stock of their ideals and ; deeds. The customs and ceremonies, accordingly, are the kind which promote thoughts about religion and God and about relations with one's fellowmen. On the High Holy Days. Jewish people strive to acquire new ideas and new hopes to face the new year in the offing As the New Moon of Elul beckons, we begin to feel the mood of the sacred holy day season. Reservations are being made for memberships in temples and synagogues. Shofar-blowers axe rehearsing the Shofar sounds, and rabbis CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER. 8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. Friday 7 p.m Saturdaj :• a.m Ba Mitavah: Daniel, son of Mr. ami Mrs Ivoula i'..in r. • — DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. i,i.i is 11:38 p.m Sermon: "Shalom: A Ureetlna with Meaning." Saturday >i Mr. i 4 and cantors are busy preparing their sermons and musical renditions %  '|i'x\ !'Y^''KK k •vfe'*"' S of the special High Holy Day ritual, which have been so meaningful in interpreting Jewish teachings and ideals of our noble heritage. By RABBI SAMUEL FOX What is "Piyyur? The Hebrew term "Piyyut" is related to the Greek term "Poet" and is the generic term used todesignate many Hebrew pcems or poetry which were composed for us.e in the synagogue since the aarly centuries cf the Common Era. These poems were composed by rabbis, cantors and scholars throughout many centuries and were added to the prayer book ev pecially for use during festivals %  This pane is prepared in COoperation With the Spiritual Lead: t-r.s ,•/' the Greater Miami Rjbbmj cal Assn. RABHI MAX A 1 IPSCHtTZ CoorJim: ir Contributor: RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF Lien.s of Wisdom ;ii;niiiniii'iiniiaP M ^Wi and fast days when there was : Vll f W as instituted to give popular more time, or more need for extra JIMk rstandini oi lue .^ o adic lit"The Beia i! Museum no! only Jewish art that has its place in this house, but paintings from medieval to prtimes, ceramic ware of ^nt cultures in the world as a even the productions •:niitive tribes in Africa can HI In the museum. prayers beside the original standard prayers which, to this day. form the core of our liturgy. erature. • • Where did this poetic activity first begin? Why were these poems composed? A number of reasons are advanced fur this. Some claim that ihis was due to a historical tradition which called for some degree of freshness and spontaniety in prayer, the a'm being, not to allow the practice of prayer to become :,,:.l.ed stereotype activity. Others siml ltane()U 1 ,„ both areas claim that the growth and (levelfe Bezalel museum is the oldest opment of the institution of "l'iy • kum in lsraei. It was founded yut" had its crigin in the various There is a difference ot opinion among later scholars and histoitts as to whether Babylonia or Palestine was the f.r-t place where "Piyyut" was composed. These, of course, were the early mam centers of Jewish lil • and it might even be that "Piyyut" developed FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi Gerald Lerer. Cantor Fred Bernstein. Frlilay l:S9 p.m Saturdaj :> a.m. Min. ha 8:JO p. IT HEBREW ACADEMY. B18 6th it. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross. a HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1190 W. 68th st.. Hlaleah. HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. e ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 2Sth ter. Conservat:ve. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohan. • KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ava. Orthodox. Raooi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seif. MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION. 1101 SW 12th ave. Traditional. Cantor Fred Bernstein. — • OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weberman a SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645 Collins ave. Cantor S. Nachmias. Saturday 8:30 a.m. Sermon: ••Remember Forget Not." Mincha 6 p.m. SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th at. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. • TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025 NE 183rd' St.. Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Max Zucker. HYldaj 8:13 | m "The I n llnarj an I not I I "'> s uur a.i lai Mluvah: Ronnie, son of Mi .ni.l Mi Brool — • TEMPLE -3STH A /. 'iS50 N. Kendall dr.t S.-Miami. Reform Rabhl Herbert Baumg.ird Cantor Charles Kodner. r i-ldaj T 30 > m 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Harry L. Lawrence. • TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Waahinotan ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch Adler. e TEMPLE ISRKC. '37 MB 19th at Reform. Rab0 : Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacoo Bornstem. • TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave. Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podat. Friday *:!•"• p.m. Sermon: "Not by Bread Alone. Candle Blessing by Mrs. George Balber, chairman ^isterhuod d •; p.in Saturday v4.". a.m. — %  • — TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb. — e TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Cantor Albert Glantz. i-ri.i:i> v:i'> p.m Se mon: "New rremls In American Judaism." Oneg S'nabbal hoata Slste h io I. Saturday '• a.m. Sermon "WUdom ot the Portion of the W • — e YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu. |. %  i,|;i g;li p.n -.: i 'I'll. • 'i lllIns >..i-..ii lay 9 a m. Bar Mitavah: Ronnie, M>n oi Mr. and Mrs. 11. iv.1 Hukit-rin VOUNQ ISRAEL. Ortnor"ix. HJJII 990 NE 9^erwn" 171st at Staubar. TEMPLE B=TH EL WOOD. 1351 S. 14 Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. OF ave. 'Painting Party' af Museum "Painting parly" will be held at years ago by Prof. Boris oersecutions through which the Jewish people lived. lay the museum possesses! These scholars claim that "Ply-1 paintings and over 35.000 y ul was instituted at the time | "I -i plus art. The library that despotic monarchs either in, museum contains as well books. blished by Brit Ivrit Olamit) • Why is guett it customary the to give a H £^hX.' the Museum oi Science and Natural History 320 So. Miami ave.. on Sun•—„ day from 1 to 3 p.m. Participants T „ .!:. L f,J E L H o'"X S R ecr u i ll create an original painting. %  truetlonlet. Rabbi Morns Skop. P ven if they never painted before, Cantor Herman Gottlieb. j „„„•, ,i r "..,, ., a'raidhl line ieH-iduj v." p %  Sermon: "The Bleaa 01 cant ctra\\ a .s t.until nne, ac of Lny.itt; i.ivM.ii.'. ne cording to Mis* Conni dordon, local Kaj will H. lh. ( strivei to attain tlmt !•• not for him loses that was intended for him. —4:176a Persia or Rome forbade the study of the Torah. Since the rabbis were prohibited from preaching sermons, they incorporated certain sermonic teachings into the liturgy as wrll as certain lessons f-oncr of leading in on %  •( Mr. the Grace? ,.,| \.,., \i...... Newman, gramlparenta of Lawrence Kay. Saturdaj Jermon: "When I 'eoph i i\. \ ision • i;. nirie, io w da us h >, t ot M MrStephen Keaalei will be b'essed Ktdduah hosts; Mr. This, likewise, came about in the days when the leader of the Grace was the only ore v.ho recited It. If the guest recites the Grace, be %  ">' Ml K includes a special blessing for the host, which is not in place were the host to lead the Grace himself. .Now, of course, when everyone of artist in function. charge of the afternoon %  n;ii;iiii::ii:!''r I TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative Kri la) s p.m lue -t speaker, B< Salter. Saturdaj 9 a in. V giving the laws and the philosophy \ the group recites the Grace him


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Page 14-A +Jetefrkr;Jf5r Friday, August 4, \* n Browsing With Books: By HILARY MjNDUjj Stories That Might Have Produced Complete Novels THE GROVE. By Burton Bernstein. 171 pp. New York: McGraw-Hill. $4.50. IN EXACTLY one and on • h ill weeks you will find in the bookstorea a gentle little volume by "New Yorker" writer liurtiin Bernstein. "As far back as I tan remember," be begins, "my family and I spent our summers in a small Massachusetts town called Sharmon, beside a black and blue deep-water lake, Lake Massasoll My family and aboul a dozen tthers lived In a niche of the lake shore called the Grove they are whal this book is abouj "' M:l: his rel I in some cases leftness | t %  New Yorker" stories, these jh famil) life maintain a deli humor and serious, sad sociological obaerval Heavier hands might have seized OH tb format as an ideal way to present Jews in Amer microcosm, to make the Grove stand for the countr; turn its summer inhabitants and warm-weather a • i mo weighty symbols of the grosser foibles I ish community life. Mr. Bernstein's phistication esc United Nations Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON Diary of a Mid-Summer Week at UN I fnite I Nations i 11JHEN "NOTHING" is happen !" ing hew are That's an old adage around here These are I IK days when "nothing" seems to be happening enjoining caution. Mere are some signs Sunday: OIL; llammai-kjold re turns from Genci |, • les imme dintely i> his 38th floor office to work on "routine" mailers Among the presumably commonplace labors the planning of i trip to Cairo, "for a couple of days." .lusl routine, says his spokesman. V\.> have many operations there," says Dag. Unspoken are these matters: lNasser going to call in the near future for the withdrawal of the United Na' Overseas Newsletter. B y EUAHU SAIPETER A Rocket Backfires Jerusalem ANYBODY READING the Israeli ** papers or listening to the Israel Radio might nave thought that tincountry succeeded to heat America and Russia to the moon The neu about the dispatch ol .in Israel meteorological rocket to the heig'u ul > miles received the same accolade in the Israel press as the feat of the astronaut in the American press The big difference u is of course .that while the American's brief lump into niter space was preceded by the mil orbil made bj Russia's Yuri Gagrrin, Israel's enemj No l, Egypt, .lid not manage to re ih.it stage where il .• "• %  %  i think of sending a rocket of its own into Ihe skies \: i therebj hangs a tale— and also a source for son sm in the Israel press it appears thai t'ol Nasser as always, was looking around for some prestige loosters Whal better and less dangerous could there be in Ihe Space Age than creating the impression thai the "Great Egyptian Republic" has (oine i the Space Club? One could noi expect, ol course thai Egyptian scientists should pul up an artificial satellite in the skies However, someone in Cairo, apparently, cot the brilliant Idea aboul meteorological rockets. They van be purchased from commercial manufacturers They are nol very expensive; and. in view of the remote American hopes to win" Nasser away from the Soviets, Washington might even be so naive as • i be happy that Nasser chose the United States in stead of Russia to buj those rockets And, of course, once the rockets are fired from Egyptian soil, they are Egyptian rockets no matter who made them and who fired them, and the Arabs in Baghdad and Jerusalem, Damascus and Jeddah, just like the Arabs in th %  coffee houses ol Cairo, can onl) gape in admiration yel another heroic act performed by glorious Ibdel Nasser \it turned out, Nasser's calculations were almost perfect!> correct The Americans were only in*, happj to approve the sale ol those rockets I i Nasser who. as il seems l i be indicated by the Amer lean claim thai su trances have been received thai the rockets w u4d be used for meteoi i logical research only, this time forgot about his usual boasts thai he :• • •:• accepts any conditions However. Nasser did noi foresee Israel's tide of the picture Since, however. American newspapermen apparently knew of Nasser's efforts to buy rockets m America and lire them off on July 23. i| i s widely speculated that Israeli Circles were aware of it. too The "traditional secrecy of Israel authorities now. however, seem to backfire Not having indicated that Egypt was iboul read) to gel its American rockets and tire them off. Israel "succeeded" m supporting those who ... interested to ere He • %  impression th..' Washington was onl) "restoring balance" by giving a i S o to Egypt. Thu>"! actuallj : counteract am -or ••ests against the sale >f Vnencan rockets to Egypt Ihe Israeli secrecy Emergency Force? Vre •'••• some new NJplans in regard to the Arab r ; JS? No one i; ing But caution is the ward. Monday: Word reaches here that Eiammarskj has asked Augusl I.indt, Switzerland's Ambassad to Washington, to go to the Middle East, to see i he cannot help work out a new approach to the \r > refugee problem. It's understood that Presid Kennedy would like Lindt to undertake such a task Lindl used to be UN High Commissioner for Refugees. That agency has no responsibility for Arab rel igees is concerned only with refugees from other areas. Nevertheless. I.indt understands the nil refugee problem. But Limit has turned Dag down and. inferentially. Kennedy too He feels he would not get anywhere on this issue at this time. Tuesday: There is another idea ..bout refugees The suggestion is made that the moribund Pelestine Conciliation Commission undertake the task rejected by Lindt. A UN spokesman says there ire no plans for the PCC to go to the Middle East to take a look at the issue on the spot. But it is known that Washington wants the PCC to travel. The U.S.A. is one of the PCC's three members — the others being France and Turkey. Will the PCC pack its bags? The answer is: Wait and see. Wednesday: Israel's standing In the world's scientific community is recognized. The L'N announces detailed plans for a Conference on New Sources of Energy to be held under :!s auspices at Koine on Aug. 21 to 31. New sourceot ,;-,er^> include geothermal energy, solar energy energ) winds, other non-conventional -ources. Countries that have tew rivers or lack great financial resources for developing other, conventional .-.'urc.-> ol energy, need these potential new sources The IN Technical \-jram this Rome coi nd expert.t Rome r UN i •wships" • %  i v. • • % %  .: i • 1 r : Nol one At ab c I among %  owsbips rhe largesl si %  % % %  given to two eo \ the expert• %  ; confer • thret lsra .• ther ecu:::. Thursday: The Al added a new gimmick An \: i a Palestinian refugee —his • .. \ •• that he :• United Nations De i gation Whon • • No one knows u ho is '• >. ne a;tund hei ::: Argentina, left Buen is Peron was kicked out u %  tion?" N i one know Friday: To.i.n %  MM It :s erei 5hab • the week are the • %  bhabbat. Mother in Israel: ANITA £NGLI a ca les waft o\ ;t ight breezes off I :r that look again and one sees that severs! _'s are reminiscent of -auations which t r lovels The vignette of Robert Kurtz %  %  ito %  lUgh Exeter. Harvard, the law firm and on up right straight out of his Jewish one; "Mad Eddie." this one about a kid leav ihrough the downward end. is another; an | the many .iuracters — Abraham Slobodkin. | l n Huttmann. the Morris Feins all ol I like a combination of Hyman Kaplan with fit irs of night school and anybody from "S S) while th? chapters are amusing and 50m ;. are not unique. One greets then warmth of recognition; and yet it is their very fam I b dulls them. If there is a best story. I thin! be the called "Mr. Clarke." a beautiful!) u "i the eighty-year-old narrr. tigoted handyman. j i tight 'k with an authentic rir.j. i • \ :il •:• is in the promise of depth to c; %  ,.., • %  future from its *• >ung author. Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ On Summer Painters yiTH SUMMER here, now !" time for all good men own to the art store, gel ibes of oi! and paint. Just our easel under the hickors nd enjoy yourself. There are indications that paintng is on the road of becoming ij opular a pastime as tennis gou Age • %  nol matter. You can begin pa nl at f:v %  as Picasso did. or at seventy when ma Moses first took to the brush. With modem painting, too il is not necessary to know hew to Iran You iraw your breath. That's enough ) %  [in with can ml) ipeak of course as an amateur in, the only thing I could draw was in : snee and l am nol i sure that I was good a; It's a hard road, but .ion'; give up. Edwar Robinson, Jhe movie star, who recently sta a iwn as an an ; says, that he can al is paint when h • pictur ask v. iai tl You resenl %  naturall) How s t is? You b >gan a it it is '.' food Jew wrapped the It tions. S i thai • %  • sunsel -• mts to kr rhen %  %  %  ;• your pa • %  : • Secret! h lorrl .. i at the I is enthus • is • • • ated in thei. corner. But you know of course; it'< a : > are nmers They •/.:• %  in Jtid murmur. "Um." They Had Piggy A FEW MONTHS ago some ^* an Insignificant little hill near .been her fate 3 ie begipsung x power poJ Banks Way Back Then, Too %  I E 1-ib mtinually being im i %  'ere lb) ie side or anotfa i [! was '' •'' %  lo iting -.: herthat 'he ittl ,; 'y-' a its fortune in sib i was ni Iden dee; i hill on the border of the Negev, The hoard C0nsi3 '' • ;lvi: --tie tetradrachma, some minted %  himself, tthers issued later by bis j< ill had the bea \ sxander on them be most pou 'rail means of propaganda in thos ,r i each, of the generals wanted to create the im; '' '" was the rightful heMof the great conqueror Each tetradrachma—which is the sue of a fifi ..-'-would have been worth the quite considerab of 5 pounds sterling in those Jays, obviouslv. the B pigg) bank was a war profiteer But who Well. Mr L V Rahmani. keeper of coins at the Depot Antiquities, has an answer to that too. For what the board of nich unique interest—in fact, there 1 '"'


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tidcrv. August 4. 1S61 *k*iMk requln <1 to st rvi a ; ,. th< complaint ; lainttff H attorn) >. v M PRED, BH Beybold orida, ami CI pj i I STANBull %  file i ii i „ ;,i "ih< Clerk"-of the ..!• %  • • i. f. r. the 12th day oi %  or a deore< pn con. i ,. nt< II il agalnal you. • Miami, Florida this list i IK \ ["HERMAN, Clerk, : • %  • Dadt county, Florida ,.. '.: II LANWAY. I %  iiity < "Il Pk e I-II-I>-:"I If, = CCUNTY JUDGE'S COURT M AND FOR DADE COUNTY. CLCMDA IN PROBATE No. 53440-A II? % %  •• Ol IZ i ETH Bi 'R8< -IY -. NOTICE TO CREDITORS i ,. .• i ci All I • rsona H;.\ %  l„l • i mand Against Si I [• %  •{. ti %  r. i %  • n resent ai % %  r %  %  whirl yen maj ha) • ELIZABETH BORSOIO ati • i adi C< unt}. I lorlda i : ii T > %  : • thel intj %  • hi iiei %  > Dadi %  n. %  .. within t all %  ttthe I r-i %  •'. • i • %  %  \ \I •:'!. E l %  'Z1ER LEGAL NOTICE EY HENRY UONARD Ife-Ti t ; -e -tessiah fr^es.T)-^ %  % %  : "With oil thot the synagogue does for me, my dues are much too low Please double them." LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that indersigned desiring to engagi In ; slm -%  .•••'••' • • it ni • %  I WEATHER-1 ITE RO< •! %  '"I E \N:N G SEA1 ING ., .:"•': IN I at 71 W 29 Hialeah, Florii t< T. il 11 %  • I Will • th, "ircuil rt Dad< i Fli rii A. !: M \DD< -\" ,NOAME ROOKS & R< : I S ......... .. %  %  lab'i LEGAL NOTICE .. %  si • %  a : NOTICE ONCER CT.TIOUS NAME LI %  HEREI V %  .-. N thai I : • • •...:.. 1 • %  I.,. • • I !.V I'I.K.W \ LAUN t, iLTBRATIONS at lO'.l .. %  le, Mia n Bead I i. L ntel said • with of the Circuit Ci t of 1 %  ) Fli da WILLIAM SI I VERfi N \ I'll AN: SON : \\ i i .. i %  ... 1 88, 1-11-18 NOT :E -\:ER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \ IT %  I KEBY V S 1 %  %  miiii pslring to i er the 1 tit : • R' t r4ir Artl • • %  register sa i %  %  11 t Court ol %  '1 R tc.-wni •i %  I %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N. riCE IS HEREBY GIVEN that thi ii 1 nignei • siring ti engagi In tiu flct it" J* nami ol SOUTHERN WINE A.SPIRITS at S w Ti-i Street, Miami 47. Flrrnteni t< register said name with • I • i I the On .ii Cpui! i I'.' • ISI : H R STEIN %  S STEIN MARSHALL, I. STEIN .'. IS W (J(R1 RR18 A. HERTZ) N ..s W ) •. IN KANNER -'. ty Trust 1 ,v S] inn NCTICE UNDER F'CT TIOUS NAME LAW It HEREBY GIVEN • he 1 nan %  s : % %  ..: %  i R1NT1X SERVIfE: INti SI RVICE A A LETTER l-i ii TO 1 11PSET SERCl iNVEN ril iN SERVICE: NU KERVICE: A Bl'SIN .-.RVICE • • Mi in W'a %  %  % %  %  mi na Mi thi %  Ihe Court .'f i .ni. %  : FILES M FPEERELD .N F REEE1ELD .. • • %  NOTICE U vDER f CT'-lOUS NAME LAW HEREBY GIVEN • n %  c." i rii is ti n-..u. .:. .-"••• %  %  : Itloua nam< i i MAi .RHi l> 121 N Miami AY, nue, • i to regiatei said Clc i of thi Circuit r Bade Ci my. Florida HARRY i IREN and MAXWELL OREN, i .. 11 ni i ship VICTt R I.IVINK Attoi r.i j fi i Hai rj i in n and Maxwell i '!• n, Part n< rahlp 7 M-21-S8, 8 i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thi,t thi nderalgned, desiring to engagi In business .in.Ui tin fictitious Ban I MIAMI MOON CREOLES CO MOON'S CREOLES; MIAMI MOON CREOLES TROPICANA TAFFY; FLORIDA SALT WATER TAFFY at 2300 N W %  ih .-•:.. t, Miami, Florida Intendi ti register .-.iiii names with th ni, mis to regiater said name with thi Clerk i.f the Circuit i"..urt i i • ''ounty, Kloi iiia. Mai Donald Imperial Cleaner*, Inc. Bj Hugh Bennett, President Attest Ann, M. Jaskewics, Secretary b'Ti iN! .v BITTEL Attorney* f< : MacDonald Inxpei ..:avld Zel >1 1 Waj Miami 48 I ". -• i N "-E CiRCUIT CCURT OF THE L E vENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CF r .CF.iDA IN AND FOR DADE C.CUNTY. IN CHANCERY No €"C '725 '. L'LERO QUINi V! .. • -. •.-, Mr:.i R %  • %  %  %  : •-C" CE EY PUBLICAT CN ... i. :.i %  %  •. .. M %  nan Doming! i Pui i Rii I AS1L1 \ RII iS ERl • • Zona M 86, I ......:;. I rt %  • 11 ... ,. • I.' %  di von er vi %  • Qlni I Si %  At-: .: Ci ngn -I II ni j • • Miami, Fli • L ist 28, 1961 r < -• I %  .: \. •... i • th das I LEATHERMAN, : | i K :• N. 7/28 1 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD'OAL CIRCU T CF FLORIDA IN AND FOR CADE COUNTS IN CHANCERY, No. f,C 7291 I NEVIEVE .lCl.lA PARR COOK, 1 laintiff, \ I, LBO JOSEPH C< 'i'K. 1 ', fi ndant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: LEO J< .-il'll Ct K You 1 ••> %  %  '< s '.I'll ci lOK an hereI v notified t lat a B1U of Coi for Dlvorc* haa bei n filgd agi Inal v. ,. and you an nKP Ired ti > %  • % %  < • %  ^opy of youi Answei oi Pleading to thi Bill of Ci II lain! i n lhplaintiff's Attorney, WE1NSTE1N A Wl INSTEIN, ''. Ii ; !: •" l Bi ach 39, 1i i da and fill thi %  Iginal Anawi I Ol I "• .. r.i-ir, :hi offici of thi Clera ol I he i Circuit Court I, ron thi I •> of August fail I %  %  idi nenl bj be ta • •• aga nst v ... relief ;i ssli: ROSENTHAL, Deceased. SIM< IN, H '>V.v GRUNDW ERO Atti : II ye :;ni A n> Ii %  i Ma. ml Si Fli i Ida 1-21 -28. s/4 iN THE CIRCUIT COURT. ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUiT. DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA CASE NO. 61C 4135 Dl M SUAREZ, i laii ff, a M !. • Ni • SUAREZ, Deft i dant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION 'i i Mi rcelim s lan z i i 1 lanca Suai 1 1 ; ., QUINTA l :..:.. Havana Y. v. VRCELLNO SUAREZ. c/o Suan z, 17 1 Eaqulna I >. Havana, Cuba, are v, iniiri-d answer to t hi complaint with tinClerk of the rt .. ii,'. -• rve a copy then of i • Ni -i". in. Attorni >. 910• • -Bldg 111 N.E 2nd w, Florida, on or !>• fore • .. • .a is. complain) iil confessed ••i • 7tl :.,% of July, I9l. LEATHERMAN f the i 'ircull %  "ourt .KM I.VMAN tputy Clerk 1-28, i 4 11 1 I'' I I •: %  r %  ••. 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Puge 16-A *Jenisl> fkrkKari Friday, Augur-' 4, At Any Cost By MAX LERNER Catholics Deny Church Favored Nazh 1 !" 1 naenniiv hut raise 'or tncusanas of Jew? .metimes the historic ternary are made Jf ^f b '^S Brailon was .til! poss issues for the era. I oun. among ^^nS^itUorl he made 3,C:0 permits ssador Menshikov al a cocktail party in Washington just.before n Hc home ior consultations. The American people, he .aid, mil Some great Amba went ho fight for Berlin Continued from Page 1A mes to give moral and spiritual comfort, and priests were notified 0 enable them to give the sacrai„ its secretly to Catholic Jews. The statement stressed that the agency obtained emigration visas for thousands of Jews when emiib'e. "Brazil ava : lable to Holy See, but the project was thwarted when the Nazis stoppid all Jewish dealso ob11 which as indi These continued. "The agency aincd sitioi ''"' J< ws ;h C y could be classified .pensible for the war effort, reilel measures were personally U pen sed %  > Bishop .later Card* „„,, ,„r, preysing. Moreover, he .,.,.„.. 0 approve the segregation ,, catholit lews from other Cathoiicg j, ,.; or vv>\;<->worship or in dispensation „< the sacraments. ,,,.,. ., .. 1 firmed individual Jewish Catholic! U his own home and ....;,. j with private funds. it •st raeli government for lives," the statement mad that the Jewish lominu • lin acknowledged Card Preysing in a memoi; ay "a protector and bul friend of humanitv." y of B '"'luno.; "k. a tn to under.*' design ol world communism. _£_ — -£r — YPT WF SHALL HAVE to Lee the showdown question that Am gJSSUS^nSSd! %  *as m a group the other night whet.the Berlin was worth going to war ior the people in the room to be literate, decent minded and I assumed that we were all part of the same intellectual conversation turned on whether knew most of t ESS"V n et mor7t'h^ h'alf of them said th.1 a — worth the risk ol nuclear war because, given their record, the Germans could Stew m their own juices. Even more important, some went on to say that no issue was worth a nuclear war-not even the defense of the United States itself Since nuclear war spells total annihilation, they reasoned, let us stay alive at any cost—even the co-l of Communist world domination. ] can understand the skepticism about the Germans. The memory "Frequently Jews dratted for toned labor in war industries got better jobs through the agency's efforts, in plants w .iere the owners or foremen were known to be humane person-.' the statement treat mi Lu( kn< r. also am sted and tortured n, H concentration camp, she i> Pov %  %  •.,. sti II of the Central Association ol German Catholic Charities in Freiburgen-Brcisgau. Re11 ntlj she was honored by the IsN.Y. Town Appeals Court Ruling on Orthodox Jews n( what thev did under Hitler obtrudes itself into anv discussion of Ber-1 S„ But1 was dismayed a. the whole drift ol the talk, and especially The town hoard at the idea that when weapons are so terrible it is better to let the C on,las. wefk to S4 t SPRING VALLEY. N.Y.—(JTA)— of Kamapo voted The ultra-Orthodox Jews voted last Hus r tj incorporate their THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AON) needs for its THRIFT SHOP All your furniture, eloHdn linens, dishes, drape, st. All procrcdl go toward] .: >,i 0 t fhe Home You may contr %  %  ,<„ i,\ a tax deduction or we wi 1 p,y %  > for Mm*. Remember ..,.(,(>• • profit-nuking orgcnu.ii 1 yj, • re helping your commun ,„,, itt dignity. By helping <>••..% ,„ • re helping yowttelf! Man,f ,,,., and jobber*—remember—w %  -m vu all your >ur for the necessary citj lift Kamapo town officials I BRING THIS VP because 1 think it is a widespread feeling. I used to think that civilizations have died chiefly through rigidity. I thought they died because some master-class was too bent on holding onto its master-institution, and couldn't change to meet changing needs 1 should now shift my emphasis and say that il America and ihe tree world go clown, it will'be through sheer failure ol nerve. You will recall that the term -failure of nerve" was first used by Gilbert Murrav in speaking of the downtall ol Greece. 1 use it to mean the failure of belief in a soeiety and its institution strong enough to overcome the fear of life itself, tilm-j of village maps and docuhad charged that the village wantMost people, especially the tender minded. I ail to understand that will | nu-nts with the New York Seer e-led to evade Ramapo zoning ordin-l if the essence of any society. It was through energy and will that Amen• %  tary of Slate in Albany. | ances. came became what it is—and Russia, too. In a Jife-and-death contest __ : between two global faiths, the one without the will to survive will go I down however wealthy, clever, enlightened, and humanistic it may be. %  &-' -*?-*WE TALK OE the "balance of terror'—the idea that neither camp will dare use nuclear weapons. But there is growing disquiet now. Suppose the Communist world leaders decide that this is the moment for putting on all the heat they have, whether at Berlin or elsewhere. If the free world gives way because of fear to the terror weapons, you no longer have a balance. The balance of terror doesn't operate if one side dares envisage the use of the weapons, while the people on the other side refuse to light. They become quite literally unnerved. This is what the Russians are basing their calculations upon. They are taking into account the bumanitarianism of the free world. Khrushchev believes that on a battleground like Berlin, which carries with it out of the past al) the hated associations of Hitlerism. neither the U.S. nor its partners in Western Europe will fight. Once he has won a victory there, each successive victory alter that should be more and more possible. I NEED SCARCELY SAY that this is not a celebration or a defense of war. For 15 years 1 have written of the wasteland that nuclear war would hring. I don't believe that weapons ever solve any problem— except the problem of being destroyed by opposing weapons. The real solutions come elsewhere. They come Irom work and creativeness. cemented by belief embodied in law. I feel there can be no real solutions until the shadow not only of nuclear weapons but also of world domination h::s been removed, and some collective world force within the frame of world law has been established. But until that time comes, there can be no freedom lor the free world unless its peopli learn how to stand together, even lor a symbol as unpopular as Berlin Nor can they survive unless they decide that what they believe deeply is worth working for, worth negotiating for, and— il all else failsworth fighting for. Man's destiny is going to be tragic enough under the best circumstances. But we need not make it pathetic by a failure ol nerve. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS INI. 3148 N.W. 10th AM. H J 711 Have your roof repaired firm; I will s.tvr on a new root itirl "Satisfactory Wo-. Experienced MePLAN FOR BRtDEGOM! Ask about mil make IIM Intui > 01 plan % %  r bride XAT GANS 3200 S.W. 3rd Avenue Mioai Phone* ri 3-4*16 or Nl oMU Complete and Dependable Title Service %  AMI TITLE & Qkttact Co. 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u e W< oman s lUorlJ J by ISABEL GROVE viith only her senior year at Miami Beach Hi^.h between her pretty-as-a-picture Nelsa and her equally pretty 1 Ruth (Mrs. Louis) Gidney. left last week to see what the | ,,p north have to offer her. ami what she may have 'c Nelsa, vice president of her Student Council, was ",,1 nine high school students permitted to take world history college level at the University of Miami this summer r ,, very fine pianist She'll be making her lirst visit to I, B 8 town of New York, so there'll be some theatre-coins, shopsightseeing • Meanwhile, brother Jeff, 13, and his dad [ ru pi themselves fishing in Bimini Ted Epstein is -batching" it this summer in his \ Ray rd. ( \ Nl)( Myrtle, is continuing her studies m art and poetrj T Vll|k a '| the New School lor Social Research Oldest r \bhe. is pursuing still another ot the muses, studying fi rs i in Dublin. Ireland, now with the Old Vic Company at rd-on-Avon, England She's trasferring from Syracuse %  ers itj to Bard Junior College in September Deborah. IS, I...,,, ,| Nautilus Junior High, is at Camp Lenore Brother [ U. is not too far away at Greylock And right year-old .; the Bob Barrabee Athletic Camp in Deal, N.J. • TJ.I Sanford Elwitts hOUSeguestS Of his parents. Mr. ancl Mrs. ..,id Elwitt. 17241 NE 11th ct. They've just returned lrom ,,.": %  stay in Paris where he was a Fulhright fellow dome reI in modern French history for a doctoral dissertation j rd is a graduate of Miami Beach High, has a DA from Corhis MA from Michigan His wife, the former Marcia | ol White Plains. NY., has her BA and MA in English from They'll both be on the faculty of Pennsylvania State BUM rsity Alter .i brief visit with their son. Rabbi Sol Landau, of CongreBeth Hillcl in Wilmette. III.. Dr and Mrs. Ezckicl Landau— s spiritual leader of Congregation Beth Israel and United Hias rr.,( in New York City—were on hand for son Siegfried's debut I ewisohn Stadium He's music director of the Brooklyn Uharmonia, and will be returning to Mexico City soon for more Micerts there • The Landaus now visiting with son in law and Mlghter Dr. and Mrs Nathan Clover, of Miami First-time visitors. .lack and Minette Makovsky, and their ins Allen and Stanley, here from St. Louis, being guided around [, Gold toast by brother Louis Makovsky. his wife Frances, and ughter. Rose, as well as another brother. Dr Irwin Makovsky. lid hiwile Bertha, all of Miami Beach. am Oft-time visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Howard (Florence) Mescon. of ^arsdale. NY., here with Mrs. Samuel (Bunny) Adler. of Bay Jrbor Islands, while sons Richard. 15. and Michael. 12. spend l summer at camp Florence is president of West Chester Wren's Asthma Research Institute and Hospital in Denver and enthusiastic about the article in ljfe magazine. July 21. featurka cover picture and story of Flavio da Silva, 12. of Rio de Ineiro, brought by CAR] from a hovel there to Denver, where he [now being treated tor bronchial asthma A five-week motor trip took Mr and Mrs. Israel (Anne) Tcitch nor. Wise, for a visit with friends and family, some of | the) hadn't seen in 35 years ... A stop in Niagara Falls And a stop at Camp Belaire. in Sparta, Tenn.. to see their two andsons. Neal and Allen, sons of daughter Edyth and husband Its Freeman Mrs. T.. is president of Mizrachi Women Another couple who prefer traveling by automobile. Mr. and Murray Schwartz. 6225 Alton rd., left this week for Fontana I \ Car., and a trip through the Smoky Mountains Will [| off m Ashcvilie for a visit with nephew. Dr. Eugene Shap.ro. H fe and their tv\o cute daughter! Won't be back til ber. %  >- elewjisli Flondhiaii Miami, Florida, Friday, August 4, 1961 Sec lion B SECRETARY OF LABOR GOLDBERG TO SPEAK Hadassah Convention in Denver Aug. 2G By Special Report United States Secretary of Labor Arthur J. Goldberg will address tre 47th rational convention of Hadassah. the Women's Zionist Organization of America, at the DenHilton hotel. Denver. Colo., from Sunday. Aug. 20. through Wednesday alternoon. Aug. 23. according to Mrs. Moses P Epstein, fcrrr. night ;.t the Monte Carlo hotel Their silver wedding anni1 and son Charles' 20th birthday and Mrs. William Gulko honeymooning in Nassau th< former Anita Priest Sailer. Accents Unlimited in Bay |irbor Islands. a-c A1 the sixth Pop concert Sunday, and seen table-hopping: Mr. I Mrs Shepard Broad. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Sandier. Judge and Harold Spaet. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Courshon. Mr. and Mrs. r year later. \mong those serving on the national scholarship committee are Greater Miami Jewish Community leader Stanley C Myers and Dr. Benjamin I>. Rosenberg, executive director ot the Boston Jewish Federation and former executive of the Miami Federation. Also scheduled to address the convention are Dr. Ira Eisenstein, pn sident of the Jewish Reconstructionist Foundation; Di Maxwell M. Wintrobe, professor and in ad ol the department it internal medicine, college of medicine, University ol Utah: Dr. Leo G. Rigler, executive director of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital in Los Angeles; Prof. John Roche, chairman of the department of politics ol Brandeis University, Waltham. Mass.; Dr. Judah J Shapiro, secretary of the National Foundation for Jewish Culture ancl chairman >f Hadassah's youth reference b.arel: I. L. Kenen, executive director of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee: Rabbi Harold Schulweis, of Temple Beth Abraham, Oakland. Calif.: Mrs. John Fiore, chairman of the UNESCO Committee for Colorado: and 1'rof. Howard Higman. of the University of Colorado, co-chairman of the Colorado Committee for the United Nations. National Hadassah leaders to address the various convention sessions will include Mrs Herman Shulman. former national president of Hadassah and now national chairman of Hadassah s Zionist Affairs Committee. Mr'. Samuel W. Halprin. former national president of Hadassah and now acting chairman of the Jewi-h AgencyAmerican Section: Dr. Miriam K. Preund, former national president of Hadassah and now chairman of the executive of the American Zionist Council: Mrs. Moses P. Epstein, former national president of Ha dassah. who is national chairman ol the convention: Mrs Robert Szold. former national president of Hadassah and now chairman of the Henrietta Szold biography committee; Mrs. High Salpetcr, member of the national board of Hadassah and co-chairman ot the convention: and Mrs. Raphael loi.rover. Hadassah'^ V^shinglon representative. Also Mrs. Nathan D Pcrlman, Continued on Pace SB JWV Post Ends Member Drive West Miami Post 223, Jewish War Veterans, will hohl the last meeting of its summer membership drive on Thursday evening, Aug. 10. at the Regal Brewery Coi mander Murray I ronsky annoui 11 s that 86 new members have been enrolled. Featured entertainer will be Al Leibert, disc jockey of WKAT, and ret en shments will be served. James Stern, first junior vice cor n nder in charge ol met ibership, and Max Rubin are r. charge >i arrangi mi nts. Miamians Leave For Trip Abroad MISS MHtlAM SCHEIKBIRO Ninety-one passengers lrom all over the United States left Wednes, aj for a 31-day tour of Europe and Israel. .Mrs. Clara Lett, national president of Pioneer Women, sponsors of the tour, announced. Travelers are members oi Pioneer Women, the Women's Labor Zionisl Organization ol America. Among those participating in the 1. ur are Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. Goldman, 2655 SW 25th avc. Mr. and Mrs Most Marcus, 6410 s\\ 57th Ct., and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mil|< i 3551 ( rystal View ct., all of Mian Highlighting the tour will be special ceremonies in Israel eommenorating the thirteenth birthdays— Bai Mitzvahs—of several of the young tourists. Israel, herself celebrating her thirteenth year, Will toast the visitors at a special reception in the home oi Israeli Prcsi(, 11 Itzhak Ben-Zvi. Their journey will take the Visitors to such historic cities as Jeru..,(m, Ti 1 Aviv. Pans, Rome, \ cnic<. ne, and Ai isterdam. „ de a full pro] i am of corted sightseeing > r d excursions,



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Poge 2-B Carol Goodman in Whirl These Days as She Recieves Peace Corps 'Acceptance' Ten yi d Carol Goodman it a whirl thes ays. Carol is a cai 11 al one ol four day camps condi rted by th Greater M Jtv\ ;-. h Community Center. -. — 11 ail started when she wrote a letter to K. Sargent Shriver, Jr., director ol thi Peace Corps, % %  which .--he requested consideration as a volunteer. From that point on, all kinds of things started happening 1 to Carol. She received a personal reply from Shriver. together with a signed photo. ]n quick succession, the Goodmar family—Dr. and Mrs Michael Goodman, of 70 Morningside dr.. C tal Gables—heard from the local press, who requested interviews with Carol. Ee*ore the knew if, Carol *rf front page news, and all her fellow tampers at Camp Ma-KaQa, as well as the staff of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, were trying to piece icgether how the whole story betjan. It has all been quite hectic, STRAINED PLUMS WITH UHOCA & Heinz Baby Food chels have added tapioca to strained plums to produce an attractive, tasty new item ioi baby's menu. Heinz Strained Plums with Tapioca is described by Heinz as "a nutiitious, easy to digest meal which is free ol wheat, egg, milk, and citrus." The new item :s glass packaged and Beetled with the ecsier-tc-or en H.eim screw-on ccc. D--. Goodman, executive director of the Jewish Vocational Service, says his daughter "has been on Cloud 9." How this-all happened is an inI stii g story, not only about Carol Goodman, but about an attempt o keep children informed of the iuei of the day. Recently. Di .-. Eskenazi. Miami YMHA nch director, received material from the National Jewish Welfare Board, including application blanks for the Peace Corps, and explanatory material for bringing the message of the Peace Corps to Center members. JWB is the coordinating body of over 300 Jewish Communi:> Centers and YMlIA's throughout the country. Thinking of the possibilities of the Peace Corps proposal. Eskenazi told the assembled campers one Jjtar Vlitzvcili Daniel Cohen Daniel, son of Mr. and Mrs Lou's Cohen, will be Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services, Aug. 5. at Coral Way Jewish Center, with Rabbi Samuel April officiating A Bible from the Sisterhood will be presented to him by Mrs. Arthur Frank, and Jerome HimmelClub chairman. pr sew %  %  zuza. T t I Mitzvah is an hi n< r stu Wi -". Miami Junior H % %  &f %  i pal Waj Ji % %  Centi Troop 227. and a • As] owing the cere: Ronnie Halperin Bar .... p. of Ronnie, ^on of Mr. al Herzl Halperin. will be observed during Saturday morning services. Aug. 5. at Congregation Yehudah Moshe. with Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz officialj ng i Ronnie is a student at North Miami Junior High and Popiel religious school. Rabbi Steinmetz will present him with a Bible and prayerbook on behalf of the congregation. The Halperins will host a kidin their son's honor following services. %  .".•• I feel i i)1 response • • •;•( want to %  %  ••Whal do thej eat tl -• nally the i ation wen collected, am the outstand-, selectTd foi im noiJoTj f g 0 j n g to Washington—that ol an. She was also | in the honor ol filling out an official api cation flank. The ci ers all wondered whether anythii %  would really happen. Last week, Eskenaii received a letter from the Peace Corp* office, which commended him on "an excellent way to interpret Friday, August 4, -, thildren **e responsibilities. -. .". M share with other P*' rv much ,ouched ^Y .,, tentcinenti expressed by these vej^ssters." SI •-... after that, Shriver himf rsonal letter to for her applicatu %  •: t -of course you are ...,,. UU young, but when you .. will be honored U come a Peace Corps vi ••.•. The idealism and en...• ich you have already lc( us all very proud of iroi these i re the qualities that -: important in our future ( : sens." Now what did Carol say in her lettej t< Btarl al 1 these wheels turning? &he said. V T want childFlorida Women Elect Miamian At a recenl Stale Departrrurt convention, the Department (f Florida Ladies Auxiliary ol th< Jewish War Veterans elected Mrs. Max Le Vine, ol Miami, as new pre sic*:: Women's projects include assis1 tanct t< veterans and their families when ir. need, child welfare, and ccmmui ity services performed b> OCJ axiharles thn out th€ state, Irs. Herbert 1 % %  %  um % %  %  i retary at thi • • of 1 : r Veten %  Ai| SVJfit Thi* SUbAI TIT NO FOOD VUUl ~jl l ';:c--l'(lC I. fcictor? Kr K • r* < •;•: i. I, •' c%  • • i CM kit i ru t COM I usimt %  "" i %  n iir41 H — JSI tUMANTFEO NON FATTHHNC AT fOOO STORES IvtfrwHlM Seville Stars Sign Contracts T.v. 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^ [iday. August 4, 1961 V'Jewist fhro-fBur Page 3-B Splash Party Slated Sunday An all-day family splash party I Natima st., Coconut Gr .42 the day. •-.--. k< completes arrangements for the I Hotel and Country Club to host a concerts by the Hollywood Philic Orchestra on Aug. 23 and 30 and From left, the committee includes jr Jan Wolanek. co-chairman Mrs. Samuel Gross, chairman Mrs. Louis Graubard, Irving Cowan. Diplomat vice president, Hollywood Commissioner David Keating, and Mrs. Walter E. Harrison, president of the Tuesday Morning Musicale, whose scholarship fund will receive proceeds from the series. •unehine fa-^uons tr: %  %  In the south immer Concerts Due at Diplomat president of the Tuesday Morning Musicale. Shop Burdine's for the Soufh's w d?3 r assortments best in values newest in fashion ar-> home trends. Use one of our Sunshine Credit plans to shop ma nicest way to own what you want when you war it. Shop tnonday and friday nights, miami. mlimi beech 'ti! 9 163rd street, ft. lauderda'e. west palm beach til 9 30 concerts for music ips, uill be presented Aug. Si pt. 6 in the DiplOConcert Hall. series, to be diret Wolanek conducting th Hollywood Philharm ill be presented in HI \\ith the Hollyv o i Re rtmenl wi ,.\ i to tli>' schol irship fuc • %  i i daj Morning Musileal %  d, owner of the it el and Country Club, post of hon I Louis E. Graubard chair•'ii pup concert series, said the series is an extension of the summer concert series being concluded by the University of Miami. A fourth concert in .September is tentatively planned. Reservations may be made through the Diplomat or Mrs. Graubard, 313 Harrison st., Hollywood Co-chairman of the Diplomat pop concerts series is Mrs. Samuel Gross Committee members, m addition to Mrs. Graubard and Wolanek, are Patrick Heneghan. Hollywood recreation director. Jim Whitesheild, Herbert Bluestone. Cyrus llliaii. 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fcge 4-B *Jmistf*ori Henry) Seitlin. and introduce..! to Pioneer Women She organized and became president of Kadimah chapter, and later was installed president of the Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women As one ot her other numerous community endeavors, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation heads the list. She V actively participated in the Combined Jewish Appeal since her ari in town. ., v jr. Tillie went to Israel in fulfillment of a dream since her rest m Zionism. Books and second-hand telling, she declares, i • depict the true story of the people ot Israel. one to whom everyone brings their troubles. She does the ting in i cleaning and caring for the sick, and drives the patient to %  %  j: or the doctor Ian lir hou>e is Open House, and they love to entertain. Tillie that tunes are changing rapidly and that the advice northern ors •> ihcit about Miami can no longer be given as freely or as con•;' c :--.'. Tillie is an excellent cook, and has won prizes for her herring and lemon merringue pie Her five grandchildren are ifail ng source of delight, as well as the fact that her daughters U active in the community services of their choice, a w vk Tillie was asked to buy a ticket to a fund-raising lunchi • "Certainly I will," she said, 'but a ticket isn't everything What do?" 9i COST OA SLOT MACHINE :i the August issue of Fsquire is a revealing story of Las Vegas, the ; "where one gambles or gambols." Playground for Adults Only written by Arthur Steuer. Arthur is the son ot Elinor (Mrs. Bertram) Coleman. I remember I irividly as an exceedingly smart child of eleven. He entertained ?' u owi: birthday party on Flamingo dr., by giving a marionette show. > • made the puppets himself, wrote the script, painted the scenery, and lit the whole play All the mothers were most impressed, and I the most. Arthur has now fulfilled everyone's expectations. He is an author playwright His Rebel Gun" appeared on the Shirley Temple isio show last month He lives in Greenwich Village with his %  • ind .wo children. • • • FCSTY DAYS AND FORTY NIGHTS At the end of their forty-day European trip. Aaron. Sally and Danny 1 man are hoping they won't have to send out a dove to .see it they i wear raincoats for their return trip to Miami Beach. iev flew to Brussels first, and then went by helicopter to Paris. ight of their tour is the trip to Israel. Danny is waiting anxiously U be greeted by President [tzhak Ben-Zvi Coinciding with Israel's %  ileenth year, the Goldman trip will be part oi the celebration for all %  olds who have become Bar Uitzvah this year. Danny expects i< ifceive a special gift, and will be honored by planting a tree in Joera one f the nicest parties given for Sally before she left was at the 1 : Mrs. Alix Freidtn. with Mrs Aaron Fair, Sally's sister, and Mi Esther Lieberman as co-hostesses • SHE SAW JACKIE Combining a little Brandeis University National Women's Com< business with pleasure. Bunny (Mrs Joel) Mevers had a few women ... for lunch. Ten-year-old F.llen had to be called for: she's las.; ig lessons at the Coconut Grove Sailing Club Little brother y sprinkled with freckles and maybe chicken pops (not chicken ; % %  • had to stay in his room. ~ While in New York. Bunny was just this far away from Jackie Kennedj who proved as charming as she is in her pictures When got out of the car. her bangs began to blow, and she put her hand C*l< ailly >ver them — like any ot us would do Ethel (Mrs. Alvin) Cassel, always looking cool, was describing her expected trip with Alvin and young David and John. They'll be driving U \ pen. Colorado, for lectures and music. -te SAME VOICE The voice that answered the phone at Judge Milton Friedman's • and sounds just like Sylvia's, but isn't, belongs to Sylvia's sister Hi-law. Sara Sara and her husband. Henrv Stern, and their children Berj le and Mama, are visiting from Columbia. S.C. A WINNER U-onard and ftfarjorie Wien flew up to Arlington Park race track to w^tch their horse. Volberg. prance in first. To the questions did he from behind or was he always in the lead. Marjorie had no Bi vers. "All I know is that be came in first, and I was yelling uke Bessins, Kramer Exchange Vows A candlelight ceremony Sunday. July 30. united in marriage Susan Kramer and Sanford Bessins at the Seville hotel, with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz officiating. Daughter of Mr and Mrs Plulip Kramer. 915 NE 163rd St., No. Miami Beach, the new Mrs. Bessins is a graduate of North Miami High School and attended the Universities of Florida and Miami. For her wedding, the bride wore a floor-leii-th uown of chantilly lace over silk organza, featuring a scalloped Sabrina neckline, enhanced with seed pearls and sequins, and long lace sleeves The bouffant skirt was appliqued with chantilly lace in front, with back interest centering on a huge butterfly organza bow and sweep ; train. Maid of honor was Mi-Merril Trent Harriet Levlne a:;.i Merry Marquit were brides and Bobbi Feinberg and Debby Perlman, cousins ol the bnle, • junior bridesmaids. The groom, son of Mr and Mrs. Benjamin Bessins. of Jacksonville Heights. N. V.. is a graduate of Queens College. NY., and i a member ot Phi Alpha Theta. honorary history fraternity. Phi Epsilon Pi. social, and Phi Beta Kappa, honorary scholastic He has done graduate work at Queens College, Harvard University and the University ot Miami. Jack Kat/ker serve! .his besl •i!..n After a wedding trip through Now England and Canada, the liewlyweds will live ;:: Great Neck. N Y Helen Alpert To be Speaker Miss Helen Alpert vice of First Retirement Foundation Miami and a leader in the counti i 100 Clubs, addressed two grou ,. a businessmen this week on the [OQ Club's principles of mutual ;i eration for better business. w ing new needs in the growing co* sumer market of the elrierlv Miss Alpert spoke to the of Greater Miami on We! 7 p.m.. at Allapattah cafeteri was to address the Dade | on Thursday. 7 p.m. at Pierre taurant. Melville N. Greenber." i. dent of the Greater Miami Maxwell Ueisberg is pres the Dade 101 Club ib lay, and Lovitz, Letman Will Live Here Eve Litman and Bernie Lovitz .•ere married Sunday. July 30 at the Deauvllle hotel, with Rabbi Norman Shapiro, oi Beth David ; Congregation, officiating, The new bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. David Litman. 1235 Pennsylvania ave.. Miami Beach, and is a graduate of Syracuse I'm| versity, For her wedding, she chose a cocktail-length frock of lace and silk organza and carried a prayer book. Mrs Arnold Litman was matron of honor. The groom was attended by Benjamin Sklar Son of Mr. and Mis William Abrams. 928 Ocean dr.. Miami Beach, he is in the hotel business On their return from a honey moon in Nassau, the young couple will live at 928 Ocean dr. MRS. SANfORD BESSINS Beth Shirah Women to Meet Members and friends of the recently -founded Temple Beth Shirah Sisterhood, headed temporarily by chairman Mrs. Jack Somberg, Will hold its first coffee and fellowship hour in Suniland Shopping Center. 11259 So. Dixie hwy R.nbb; Morris A Skop will speak, ning plan[or the Hebrew and religious schools, awell as for tivities, sche lul. i : i begin with the High Holj Days j tuth sercantor Herman Gottlieb will • soloists who have votun! tor the Temple choir i''her temp.uar;. officers include Mesdames Henry Hammersmith, Joseph Katz, Milton Raynor, Louis Greene. Edward Fel stem, Louis is. Lillian Burak, David Markami Benjamin Schw JWV Unit Plans •Nite Club' Party / Jewish War Veterans i Auxiliary 223 will hold CJ Club'" affair on Saturday eAug. 26. at the Carillon hot< Proceeds will be used the organization's prouranVA Hospital in Coral (,., |t well as JWV's community % %  • and child welfare work Prizes at the aftair will u :l(. a trip to Nassau for two oi Florida. He 1 ai 1 Couple Plan March Wedding Mr and Mrs. Raymond Beyda. of 15801 NE 12th ave.. No. Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter. Marleen. to Nor man s. Ostrov, -on ot Mr. and Mis Nathan Ostrov. 990 NE 159th st. A party in honor of the event will be held Saturday evening at the home ot the future bride's grandparents. Mr and Mrs. [rving Bey da. 15801 Miami dr. No. Miami Beach The young couple are planning a March wedding c Mil I • BidPARSONS 3410 CORAL WAT Ope* Monday Nire TH f 163rd ST. 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iday, August 4, I9G1 +Jewlsfi Horidliain Page 5-B Ck arm in WB uoitrSj I V £,M Zipp the end, blend it up with your finger, so there is no line ot deniarkation showing. A light dust tag of powder will set the eye shadow so that it won t cake. It will also give additional value to the lashes. A very dark shade of mascara I should be used on the lashes to national chairman of the Hadas make them very outstanding. An sah Medical Organization commitNational Hadassah to Hear Sec. Goldberg And Other Leaders at Colorado Confab Continued fro-n Pag* 1-B rehabilitation in I %  •ad. Hadassah is the official representative jf Youth Aiiyah in the L'nited States H22SSJZ a lso b e Th i n t he U S ; M rs A braham ^ { SLsAJVSJST Single before applying the mascara, or in nationa chairma n of Hadas„ ,,. „ „ .1 you hold he side of the brush | san s MWical Cen ter committee: Mrs. Alfred H. Rahn and Mrs. against the lashes right alter theJ JuBtt N Benjamin. nat:tfm! chair-: J l, U!i Meer "*? Denv convention mascara is applied, they will dry ma n of Hadassah 1 vocational ed-: c hairman and CO-<*?irman, nsfYE make-up has always been mportant, and this vear there Ided emphasis on the eyes I.. i> women hesit ite to use Imi cosmetics available simply p. iuse they do not know the liques of proper application. ilher reason for their caution lhal they see many examples poorly-applied eye make-up, Ihi \ frown upon that "obsly-painted" look |ll takes .! lony while to become ept at cosmetic application, kci ii takes practice, [f your .. an naturally large, so much belli;: if not. you can make • r larger and more butiful. Kit first consideration are your lebrows. Treat them as a frame a picture. 1: y;;.ir brows are t.-\\ and bushy, yoar face will Ite on the heavy ami grumpy >k. Tin opposite extreme i> icn th< eyebrows are plucked to a vi r> thin line, jnd arched fry high Then you will have a i>'\ look <>f surprise on your ce. S atic spressioi s are ;.n ly nol desii i i IThe eyebrows should always lxlicked from underneath -never >m abovt Oc< illy, there b< a few fi u b iirs thai i out jur twee/ r^ should do their job from be%  I*. Bi gin about the center of > i, eye — and that is where.your ; i Bhapc should tak," form. luck out the hairs, gradually Curing until only a very fine i Is left at the e.id of your ow. |SE a little alcohol on a piece of cotton to wipe the eyeUse a fine line eyebrow pencil, and draw lines in little commalike marks. This will help to give the brows a uniform look. Usually one eyebrow grows higher than the other, and it will be necessary to even the visual appearance with the pencil. A little mascara, in a matching color to your brows, will keep them in place for hours on end. The brush will align the hairs, and the mascara will stiffen them — much the same principle as hair spray. The next step in your eye make-up is eye-shadow. Here the color may be determined by the eoler of the dress you are wearing, or the color of your eyes. Blue, green, turquoise and violet are the most popular The color is applied on the lid, and touches the eyelash. It should cover about a quarter of an inch of the lid As it tapers out toward into a slight curl. Always use a clean brush, as.the lashes should be separated CYE liner is one of the most ucation committee; Mrs. D. Leon PecUvely. Both are former presidents of the Central Pacific Coast region of Had aApart from the plenaries. tho convention will feature • racial | briefing sessions or inch aspects ard Cohen, national chairman of Ha-lassah's membership committee; Mrs. Edward A Lusterman. national chairman of Hadassah's difficult cosmetics to apply. American affairs committee: Mrs This takes a great deal ol pracMenrv Goldman, national chairof Hadassah's program as Amerce After learning it. the most m an of Hadassah's education comican affairs and United Nationa, satisfactory method is to use an mit tee: and Mrs. Max Schenk Ha ed ation Hadassah's medical acextremely tine pair.t brush-and dassah s chairman for Youth All ivities n 1 Zion actually paint the eye line on. yan the international agency for I membership, Youth Aiiyah, and Lsing mascara, begin in the cortne re8CUe a „ rel ef of underprh ladasa ih'a vo itional education netof the eye. and paint a very Heged Jcv ,. and ;heir activities in Isr.-d thin line right above the upper eye lash. Extend it slightly at the end of the eye in an upward line. Only paint the end corner of the lower lash, and do not let the upper and lower lines touch. The slight spate tend to make Bon Voyage Party For Investors Eighty-four guests drank chamver the hosts at th affair at tho wer lines touch pagne at no Bon Vo age party ; h omr of Mr. and Mrs Marvin I. vour eve look Sunday. July 23. given (or the ] ? "*'• 211 19 ?<\ Dor your eves IOOK Aueroach, Irving Gottlieb and larger. Dory Auerbach organization, which DavW Rande n W1 .; con f er with 0 f. After you have learned these left last week on a four-week DUSIficlala there about substantial intechniques, begin experimenting ness trip to Israel estment in Isradi • tl with colors. Iridescent eye-shadow, eye liners and colors on your lashes for alter five are all ingredients for added glamor. Take your time, expect it to take hours, and the end result will be added excitement to your eyes Mr and Mrs Marvin I. Wiener. They w.il be accompanied by A. B. Wiener, and Arnold J. Stern their wives on the tr ,> CARIB 1 MIAMI I MIRACLE I ESSEX ... BIRTHDAZE ... The len.me Kays, of 8471 SW nursery with Ricky, 16 mOS. Happy 32nd ter., welcomed a baby boy, I grandparents are the senior ChapLawrence, on July 4. Sister Karen was also born on July 4 three years ago. Suzanne, big sister. Is just 5 Mother of the three youngsters ithe former Judy Newman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris New man Paternal grandmother is Mrs. Kathleen Kay. mans, Of Miami Beach, and the Feldmans, ol New York Aviva Margolit, born June 18 to Chaplain and Mrs. Jack M. Rosoff. had to be content with her formula when two birthday cakes. one in honor of sister Renana's first birthday, the other for grandmother Ruth (Mrs. Ben Zion) Ginsburg's natal day. which is the same, were passed around. Mrs. Samuel (Paulino Gninddw with before starting, and |so cleanse your tweezers before. •** ling them. Cleanse again when I N w daughter. Bonnie, joining lished, so there will be no j Jeffrey 9. Judy 5*4, and Michael lance Of infection If vour, 3 '-in t h <" borne of the Stephen W-l an very heavy, and 'it is Kesslers at 425 Caligula. Coral painful to complete the shapj Gables. L it on time, keep your brows i ten. and mil a few hairs every I Word received from Joyce and The Sam Seitlins and Louis Gillmans, grandparents, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seitlin. great-grandparents, are celebrating the arrival of Edward Warren, first child of Barbara and Marvin Gillman. | wcrg a grandmother again via son. 206 SW 17th ct.. on July 16. Lt. Saul Grundwerg (U.S. Navy) and wife. Saundra Rise Carol arrived at Beth Israel Hospital on July 2. Big brother is Steven Philip. four generations gathered at Eau Gallic. Fla.. after birth of Jeffrey Andrew on June 27 to the %  until you have achieved the i Martin Chapman that Cindy re| former Hazel Miller and husband sired ?hape. lice, born Julv 14. is sharing the Allen Roth. 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Page 6-B +Jet*ist fhrMKan Friday, August 4, lggi • Arthur Fiedler on UM Podium Sunday; Montagu to Play Mendelssohn Concerto Arthur Fiedler, conductor of the Boston 'Pops" Orchestra, will make his seventh successive annual guest appearance with the University of Miami Summer Symphony Orchestra on Sunday even ing at the Miatni Beach Auditorium. Soloist will be David Montagu, young Chicago-born violinist who will perform the Mendelssohn Concerto i" E minor. Fiedler has planned the program to include music from two popular motion pictures, the Parade of the C larioteera from 'Ben Htir" and the theme from "Exodus." A musical arrangement by Richard Hayman of 14 TV commerces is another program highlight. Other selections inelude the Overture to "Der Freischutz," by von Weber; the Gypsy Dance, from "Carmen," by Bizet; the Suite from "Masquerade," by Khachaturian; and Roses from the South Waltxes," by Johann Strauss. Fiedler, currently celebrating his annh ersary at the helm of the i Pops, is a native of BoMass At i:t. \w was accepted .i* a violinist with the Boston Symphony under Karl Muck and later played under such eminent maestroas Rabaud, Monteux and Koussevitzky. In 1930. Fiedler sueeeded Alfred C'asella as permanent conductor of the Boston Esplanade concerts and immediately Instil I the presentation of popular hit .. in full symphonic arrangement. Fiedler's current cross country tour, which Life magazine last month characterized as a pace that would poop the hardie-t troupers on the old-time vaudeville circuits." includes guest appearances at Denver's Red Rocks Festiv.il next Tuesday, with the San Francisco Symphony on Aug. 12; at Boston on Aug 21 to 26; and at San Diego's Balboa Park concerts on Aug. 29. David Montagu, whom Fiedler personally selected for this "P< appearance, began his musical studies at age live, and while still a young boy was presented to the musical public playing the popular Mendelssohn Concerto \: er being i firsl oi Mime TO violinists representing 30 countries at the International Concours Awards in Geneva, Switzerland, he made his debut in Paris in 1952. The .'{"-year-old violinist has served as soloisi with the National Broadcasting Company in Chicago and the Boston Pops Orchestra. Miss Rosenthal Off to England Miss Joan Rosenthal. former 'executive secretary a: Temple Fmanu-EI religious school, was tendered a surprise Bon V< patty at the home cf her aunt. Mrs. Jane Garrett, 7380 Gary ave.. | Miami Beach. In attendance were Rabbi and Mrs Irving Lehrman, Rabbi and j Mrs. Bernard Mu-sman. Mr and Mrs. i.eo Brandeis, Mr. and Mrs. \! [| i!i Jacobs, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Kaplan. Mr and Mrs. Lawrence Metzler, Mr. and Mrs Irving Kimmel, Mesdames Helen Kosenthal. Arline Canon Bett) La vere, Dolly Reiner, Seymour i ser, and tiie Misses Ginger R< DAVID MONTAGU Fine Bal NUSACH HATFIIAH with a pleasant voice for SHACHRIS or MUSAF, available for the High Holidays, Miami or vicinity. Write Mr. Z. Box 2973, Miami 1, Fla. "SPEAK HEBREW CLUB!" — Open to All Creeds — Meets Every Sunday 10 a.m. Practice Under Competent SupervisionVisual A Auditory Aids; Good Library; Air-Cond No Fees. No Dues! Just Come! 700 S.W. 8th St., Miami HEBREW NEW YEAR CARDS Personalized 50 for 1.98 Call Highland 8-0233 Photo & Music Equipment We Buy. Sell. Trade or Repair Anytmna Musicil & Photographic COMPLETE LINE OF SUPPLIES TRAIL PHOTO & MUSIC 5725 S.W. 8th ST. MO 7-0526 VICTOR PIANOS & ORGANS SALES TUNINGS See Max Lewis 300 NW 54 St. PI 8-8795 TosccT Showing At Parkway By LILLIAN KRAFF •Tosea." the new rwOtion picture version ot Puccini's opera, has been brought to America by that great showman. Sol llurok It is the first operatic Film ever presented both in color and cinema%  and is now being shown at the newly-renovated Parkway All Theatre. This magnificent film version of "Tesca." takes the long-hair out of opera and brings to the public a % thrilling and emotion-packed music drama The excellent printed Kn^lisli subtitles clearly define every .! tve of the opera, which has at all times the exciting reality of lite. "Tosca" is the story of a tragedy arising from the strong political ferment in Italy at the> outset of the lth century. Tosca's lover, an artist, is tortured by police to force him to betray the hiding place of an escaped political prisoner. Though he refuses to reveal the informat tion, she tells all to spare him further anguish. This dooms both men, but Tosca pleads with the police chief to spare her lover. He agrees on condition that she will submit to him. She consents —but then stabs him. Her lover is treacherously slain and Tosca, torn by her sorrow and about to I be arrested for murder, throws herself from the turret of a castle. Beautifully photographed in col-1 or and produced in Rome, the set tings, which include the Castle of St. Angelo and the Tiber River Beautiful Franca Duval, a BrookIvn ^irl transplanted to Italian opera, acts the title role, but it is OUTSTANDING CANTOR AVAILABlt Florida resident, great voice, choir director. Bar Mitzvah teacher security furnished, excellent references, High Holidays or Year, NO reasonable fee refused, write Cantor H, Box 2973, Miami 1, Fla. RKXT A CAR from $2 50 per day $15 po. *' 4 ,, )rge ABOTT MOTORS, Inc. 1451 W FLAGIER ST Ph FR 3 6765 INSUR{ BETTER GRADES! PREVIEW TUTORING all school and business subjects ADELPHJ PREP See V e llow ? 3ne 3colc FREE BROCHu?: C-L I DANCE 526 NE 79 St. SEYBCHD BIO0. PI 77o:. flt 4 8o83 LOW SUMMER RATES! NOW OPEN THRL Yom Kippur. Sept. 20 AMERICA'S FINEST STRICTIY KOSHER VACATION RESORT WHY TRAVEL WHEN YOU CAN ENJOY YOURSELF HERE Gregory Peck heads a roster of stars, including Anthony Quinn, David Niven, James Darren and Gia Scale in "The Guns of Navarone. The exciting story, based on an episode of World War '.'. \ now in its second week cct the Carib. Miami, Miracle 163rd Street and Essex Theatres. DAVID ROSNIH t H0TllP00l.UI/lN$r 100% Aif-conditionej H THI OCEAN • 7lh SmfT. MIAMI ll>(t Phone UNion 6-8831 KING ARTHUR'S COURT The SINGING STRINGS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-45:1 ART BRUNS. Co Owner thai. Midge Brickner and Gloria Bloom. Miss Rosenthal wen York the end of July. ( sail from there on the Q. abeth en Aug. 23 for where she plans to live aunt and uncle. Mr. a Jason Rhodes, for at lea.-'. .,.,, Summer Bowling Social North Dade chapter, B'nai I Q| Women, will hold Its second ing social oi the summer day evening at the Congress 1650 NE 124 -t. Mrs. Richar \:„. man i.m charge oi res t\ ABE GEFTERS NEW KOSHER U .ROMWELL HOTEL OCF.ANTRONT AT With STREET NEWLY DECORATED MIAMI BEACH riORlOA CANIOH M. YHH.IIINI WILL CONDUCT ROSH HASNONA AND V0M KIPPUR SERVICES RESERVE NOW FOR MICH HOLIDAYS OIETARY LAWS ANO SABBATH Strictly 0tiiervt4 KOSHER MEALS INCLUDED ANO ALL THIS FREE?!! ABE WtR Phone JE 4-2141 per oersI double occ. T > \ jv 1 20 of 105 RJOIOS rates avail. Single 1 • CTufce Lounges and Malt • 21" T.V. atf Rail* I* Ejcti Rot* • FREE SELF PARKING ADJOINS HOTEL • WEINER %  i ., MOVIES. CAMES • ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY • 04 .Mr A NIGHT PATROL • RELIGIOUS SERVICES DAILY FULL TIME MASHGI4CH ON PREMISES • SALT 4 SUGAft KHLK OIETS • NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR STEAKS. CHOPS JA'.,rs • KOSHER P00LSIOE SNACK BAR • MANY OTHER FEATURES, ALSO EUROPEAN PLAN. CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING INDIVIDUAL CONTROLS • PRIVATE BEACH — CABANAS fRANCA DUVAL sung by Maria Canii>lia. formerly of the Metropolitan Opera Company. Franco Corelli. as her lover, is a handsome tenor with a vibrantly ringing voice, and plenty of tenor temperament" as evinced very recently in Verona, with Miami's own famed conductor. Fabien Sevitsky Now Open New Preview Restaurant AND LOUNGE UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF TOM TRULIS 40 Years Experience for reservations phone HI 3-2038 or HI 3-7989 3622 CORAL WAY J OT JI— Lunch and Dinner Served DaU* CANDLELIGHT INN In The Heart of Coconut Grov* Banquet Facilities — Cocktail loungs Henry Leitson. Mgr. m ALL-EXPENSE TRIP FOR TWO 2 WEEKS-ENGLAND & SCOTLAND world Itadtr in jet travel Trovel arrangements by JlT*% world Ira.el •"< thaw Travel Servle* TRADITIONAl OPEN-HEARTH COOK f II Y 3500 CORAL WAY • MIAMI • HI 5-1331 FOR THE FINEST IN KOSHER CUISINE The Royal Hungarian irs RESTAURANT 731 Washington Avenue & CATERERS Telephone JE 8-5401 SAND ELL ^JJ Strictly Kosher Catering • BAR MITZVAHS • WEDDINGS • PARTIES 7446 CpLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH, FLA Ph. UN 6-6226 Ph u N 4.527. HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON GORDON and PONT *J**5 KOSHER CATERERS %  V from hori •"oeuvrti ft a complete fcfftf 170 N. W. 5th ST., MIAMI PHONE FR i :3 > Under the Supervision of the Beth Din of Greater Mia0?tH HOUSE WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS MCT"0M



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Y.cicy. August 4. 1961 *Jewi$ti Fkridfain Page 7-B ICHERT MACHT lordan Marsh Head 'o Lead Group %  Macbt, president of .lorI arsl here, ha.been appoint,i j.;.(r of Allied Stores pi : .1 <-.ITHT\:>V .lordan i i, Y a a s Brothers. I oi Nashville, Tenn i rew Co., cl Cinas president oi .. n < tfici %  • • n1 : = ;:. srricE i -£ = %  T COURT OF THE IE ENTM JR] six et, N W. }< y, %  • : N .. %  IK SAVIN %  %  '. • A k %  : %  : • of thi I Mia .--,.. • -It : -; %  i %  %  Street Mian • bj %  • v> ol F'n th. •!.'. .. i ;.,;....-.-,... ., i.. .. %  %  I %  • ... tx i %  • %  • ; foi thn • i d< ".,. ilnl DAT] this 1st day of Au| I LEATHERMAN Clerk of 1 h< I 'Ircull Coui t i ada Count). f li rida (seal) K>: HKl.BN KEKSLER, Dei uty Clerk I win P CATSMAN Nth FIoo at Id K Flaili I St Miami %  .' Florida s |. t ; NOTICE BY PUBLiCAT.C. IN THE : c .; .. T COURT CF -HE ELE -ESTH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT OF FLC C DA N AND FC C DADE CC.\TV. INCHANCEKV. Nl 61C 7S5? ALTHJ \ WILl IAMS. : n VMS, • %  .nt. SI IT FOR DIVORCE -%  ••• LL1AM8 ... C> n< • .u11 wn w : ,:.!.\MS .-. %  hi ... of I ".• i i I., nt foi as been filei nsl you, ilred to serve .. : knswei • Pleading ti I ; ainl on the plaint I :\ ESSEN, ESQ., 1014 Miami, Fla and file Vnswer or Pli adlng In the office %  -i.i i']. rh •<'. thi < "i• I • befori thi :'Mh daj i I August, 1!""1. If you fall tn do si by di fault will be taken sl you fur the relief demanded %  i %  f Complaint Th i notlci shall bi publish' f July, .•i %  E DEATHERMAN, Clerk, t i.i lade County, Florida t'.al) By K. M I.YMAN. I i puty 'lerk I i N ESSEN Vtton ej %  • • i lain tiff 7/18, 8/4-11-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai Oersigned, desiring lo engage in %  inder thi fictitious tiamei ol (1) Marty's Venetian Mini! Co, (S > Marty's Jalousli Co • Mai tj .Screen Co (4) Mart) %  Screen Window Co. f6) Mart; s Window Co (hi .*.'.. i.. i Window Servici al !' '' B.W I-; si:.-, i i'it. mi:. rcgmes with the Clerk of thi f Dadi Count) Fli I %  ER T i.' :HNI:Y wm 7/28. 8'4 NOT CE L'.OER c ;~ OU8 NAME LAW HEREBY %  V S Iha1 • %  •:• : %  .• engagi %  % %  • the fU-lltl .' %  %  %  %  RANT .. • %  • %  %  • • -. %  • .. • I • %  if thi %  • t y. HI r • i 28. 8/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW M 1 IC E IS HEREBY QIV1 N I th* linden I desiring to i f %  %  rider thi titious ni HI .1 i i OAST TEX M'' at 19190 ColMian Bead li I %  • %  -.. i • me • %  i' '' the Cii l Court I I i • %  %  -• .' TEX %  • pj g foi .. :. %  : HST tot USS" = r AUTO TRfM SHOP CUSTOM M..ADE SPORT t : S £EAT CCVERS • ESTlAAATI •' •' : fC'Ca-diActepifd ''£ %  PARKING 25SC N.kv. 36th Street M E 5-0522 NOT : £ •• :£ r r : ~ / s •• • % %  z L ; %  %  %  %  • %  %  %  -. .„ %  .NOT ;E UNDER FIC O US NA VE LAW %  • %  %  • %  ... %  •..... V %  • .!• • .. %  i rt ol • .. M HENEZ jo '; M: • • foi an! ., \ VI TlCE UNDER DUS NAME LAW thai I the til c name ol '. % %  [ANT al ...'.' %  i • : t the i • i '.IHI County, lii riii*. H IROL-D RUBIN Boll Ow tier 7 21-28, i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW v. IS HEREBY GIVEN thi I gned, deal! ln{ to %  ngagi In • • %  %  • th,fi'-tii ous i... i %  i S REST/ DRANT at Di n 1 1 nds ; %  -. L • • • .. : • :.. Cll k of thi • I • • • %  • • •' .. (iwnti ... .ON SON aril .41 Si i %  •--£:=:_-:;--:%  "= %  .--..:; %  •..:-:.-:•".."r '. AND FOF DADE %  • N CHANCE NO. -..%  %  .. %  %  • • • %  I N NOTICE UNCE R FICTITIOUS NAVE L*W ....... er the ficti! 11 %  : • %  %  %  %  ret. Mian % %  I to n %  rt of Dadi •. ners S -'. 9 DI fir • %  • %  I IPHCM ToGUST BROS HY £ is the OEST? • •• -ZB :SL • ; • • ... S ....... • • • • %  %  •_ _. .• thi ••• • %  • -,\ : %  LIRE i M ON] • the plal i %  %  • rdi i la i %  nt ; ..: I f the i in n :. ; .'• %  %  % %  %  %  -i yon an required %  file a'iswi .." %  .•• of the i I %  • •( %  -.;. i.i. n Miami Fli li %  %  .-•• % %  : i .. %  I -. ,. ; :, nswei %  VTSM IN I • i i' • • .. %  address Is I4t] • %  %  Streel %  i .: n or before s iwi ol r i • • i %  i • • al be enten the reliel %  ...... %  i h Flo .• %  %  • • • • %  is: fiui LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BV PUBLICATION IN THE : tc^iTCOURTCFI-E ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FCR :OE CCUNTY. IN CHANCERY, \r 61C 7773 : R LRI'INO, i .. %  %  %  s DARl'IN! '. • SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: 1 I lARPINi %  d AVi mi. %  • New Jerse) R .N K E DARPINO an %  thai a Bill of Ci i ..... i i you an i • quired to Bervi %  knswi r oi i 'lead nt I .lint on th. i Atti : m • s VINCENT l\U"l. R x %  ."..'. Bti % %  i. Noi i h .%;.. : .. Mil the original Ans> • or Pli thi offli % %  ..I thi • • if the i 'ircuit Court on or befori %  August, 1961, If v. mi i i b) default will I takei ainsl you for tin r Hi i di ded r. thi Bill of Complaint. 'i 'inotlci shall bi publlshi... each w' < K for four consecutive weekf In THE JEWISH FLORID1AN I NE AND ORDERED al Mlai Florida, this I'lst day of .lul\. A.I %  I. I LEATHERMAN, ci. ade Count) Floi Ida -• B) WM. W. ST! n"K lMl, Deputy Cleric s VINCENT PAUL, JR 685 N i 125th Strei t North Mis Florida in > foi Plaintiff 7/2! • %  %  IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 7811 I \7 RII IA A CAPITOIX). Plain! n ;'i'ni,i • 1 efei il.int. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION OF SUIT FOR DIVORCE Ti -. • R N ST CAPITI -M i 519-15-6'i I %  • i Calil •ST %  %  '• ...-. • lhat i i cf Oil heel fill h( -: .... • .• %  ... %  %  .v.(II %  i • • %  V. .. r,l • • .<• i %  i ,-..•.. %  • • fault > %  ........ %  i ... i Uvi .. %  • %  W SH FlAiRU N -day • .THERMAN Clerk, | l. Dade Count WM W sTi .CK1I it) SI CNN n Bulli Ing • • Attoine) tiff • 4-11-18 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT CF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, Ne. 61C 7924 HA. Ml i RQ SAVINGS BANK a ' ('ierk rSMAN Ith 1 .st. %  ida 7/28.8/4 'N THE C'RCUIT COURT CF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. fC 79?.1 1 BLACK OT Ri Defi nl NOTICE EY PUELiCAT ON th) Black Oten .... Beirosi : ....'• -.. %  • %  • • if thi abovi y then lo Hi o %  .... : ^. i 1 1 %  • •. • '• • %  Florldi : i ,•. : %  II IS LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BV PUBL E ATION IN --E C RC. "CCL^TOFTHE ELE.EN'I-.L: C i-^ CIRCUIT OF F.Cfi z -v -\; i;s DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. Nc 61C 7866 .'. "" •K, dam SUIT FCR CiVCRCE i RT %  Hi -i :K : • fi ndanl • JI in, :-i.i in I I. I .. v 1.1 ill \ i.\.>ir.j. ILMAN I14i \ K I68rd Street, North Mam; Beach. Florida and fU thi • rlgln H Vnawi i r Pleading in Ice nf the I 'li • k "i the I 'ii' ult .. on or Li fon t hi 29th day pf sl 1961 li you fail t" do so, i id{ mem b) i i fault will be taken is! you f"i tin relief demanded I :•. I E B LEATHERMAN, Cl rk. ill Court, Dadi County, Florldi ... By: WM W STOCKING, i....i,.. -i._i. I >• put) i Ierk DAK EL l. OILMAN N.E I68rd SH.. t N N i,. |:. ai I I"... Wl 5-6601 7 28, 8 i-ll-lf IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY, Nc. fIC 77S3 \UBER, %  %  vs %  M fJUSTA SMITH ZAU] ER i • f ndanl NOTICE BY PUBLICATION •I \.-.;i STA SMITH ZAUBBR, %  Deal Laki I >i Ive, \.-|. .r\ '..I '-. Nis Jersi v .-:' \ SMITH ZAUBER, SCO Deal Laki Drlvi Asbury Hark. i notified lhat Divorce has been • • -you are re 5 ..f your An• 'omplaint nn ni ST! >N E A \'l> 4ati< nal nrida, and file l'!. adlng in f l f the i 'i' .nil ••...'. %  : da) nf -, %  fall to do so, i 11 be taken • r* lief .'. .: i 111. i. • i • -.. inllxhi .1 once i, -. 111 vi weeks ORID1AN -. \ RED at Miami, lul) \ i> %  .EAT RM VN, Clerk. • %  irl Dade C' unt> Floi Ids Bj WM w STi>CKING, • ~ %  •• %  \i • BITTEL trial National Bank Bldg. F Atti.; \.~ i.i Plaintiff : 28, v i-ii-is IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF" FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 7323 • i VS YORK SAVINGS HANK", a II, ration exist Ins; under the laws nf tl • Stall "f Ni w York, i tiff. vs C1A1 v KENT G VR1 'NER, • t ux. i -. dants NOTICE OF SUIT • %  '-.v KENT • %  M.I i.NER and 'Y JOY E GAR1 >NEB %  W :•'. s ri el tte. North Carolina E HI EBY Nl tTIFIBD that i 'i against yon Vi IRK • VVINOS HANK, ill it" forecloee i erlng thi follow. -. LO-WII %  .i.. •!, CITY ;NB E to the plat piai r.... k 68, • • : -,. ords nty. 1 your %  thi Circuit • %  'i .-i,i I .ii ihe Florida, ..'i or ... nd to si rve .... upon DA VIP SMAN tiff attorney. !•nor at ini Streel : -'. Flor %  -.. date, as re .,.%  : Florida tf the i omplaint w-111 : \ > ou and a • i %  %  demanded %  %  : Jul) 1'.'61. • • [MAN. CI< rk. • i %  % Florida li EN KE88LESR, %  • %  st. 1 H, 8 1-li-lS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN FROEATE Nc. 53117 B :..:, f RV1NQ %  iRITZKY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Persons HavIni ii.-oi Di %  • .gains! s.,iil hereb) notl! ed and ri-Qiilr,, • and demands ay have as alnst the es.. %  RVING P! IRITZKY rt--''' I nt) Fli i nl... t" the • %  %  1 "ounty, and ...%  i %  • offices In th' .... • -..> County, ai months • ibllcatlon i. ban • i 1 • tento •\ 111 r i %  %  • .... i .IS,, fc 4-11-18



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• Pcae S-B > ft* Isti Pcridftcur Friday, August 4, 19s PRICES IN THIS AD EFFECTIVE THRU FRIDAY AUGUST 11 QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED FREEZER SALE! There's one sure guide to more enjoyable eating: choose your meats and poultry at your nearest Food Fair Kosher Meat Store. You'll get SELECT QUALITY at ECONOMY PRICES, while the cut and trim assure you of better cooking and tastier meals. For maximum SAVINGS, stock your freezer during this repeat sale! CUT AND WRAPPED FOR YOUR FREEZER AT NO EXTRA COST! BEEF Forequarters 175 LB. AVERAGE CHOICE OR PRIME + 49 c lb. BEEF CHUCK 110 LB. AVERAGE CHOICE OR PRIME 49 c lb. WHOLE RIB OF BEEF CHOICE OR PRIME 59 c lb. 32 POUND AVERAGE BONELESS TRIMMED BRISKET OF BEEF 12 LB. AVERAGE 79 c lb. LAMB Forequarters 25 LB. AVERAGE 49 1 CHUCK OF LAMB 18 LB. AVERAGE 43 c lb. BABY Steer Liver 10 LB. AVERAGE 43 C lb. YOUNG TOM TURKEYS 59< lb. 16 LBS. AND UP STOCK YOUR FREEZER NOW AT THESE LOW, LOW PRICES! NOW SIX KOSHER MEAT STORES TO SERVE YOU EVEN BETTER 2091 CORAL WAY I CORAL WAY 163rd n< SH oPPING CENTER MIAMI CORAL WAY AT S.W. 87th AVE. W-stcSesfer Shppir>9 P'z NO. MIAMI BEACH 2662 HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD IN HOLLYWOOD 19th ST. at ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH 10th STREET and WASHINGTON AVENUE AT MIAMI BEACH MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD FAIR


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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
August 4, 1961

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:01696

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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Related Items:
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Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

Full Text
"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
ime 34 Number 31
Miami, Florida, Friday. August 4, 1961
Two Sections Price 20*
Assembly
fill Examine
ifugee Issue
RTED NATIONS (JTA)
ore item affecting Israeli m-
^ts directly, and another item
upon the Israel* Arab
ktion in general, are included
ke provisional agenda for the
session Of the l'nlted Nations
\ra\ Assembly, disseminate:!
hi Secretariat. The Assembly
tieduled to convene Sept. 19.
m No. 25 on the 77 point pro-
rial agenda 18 entitled "Report ''
Director of the United Na-
Reliel and Works Agency for
|tine Refugees in the Near
That is the agenda item
v I ich, each year, the Arab ;
traditionally try mustering
keir forces in an effort to at-.
Israel, claiming that Israel j
spor.siblc lor the fate of the
refugees and insisting that
Efugeea are entitled to "re-
ktion" to Israel or to compen-
from Israel.
|ie next item. No. 26, deals
the United Nations Emer-
Fofee stationed on thi
fian Israeli border, includ-
report on UNEF's activities
if estimates of the costs of
taining the Force for
tr year.
items on the provisional
of general interest to Jew-
ticipants here are one deal-
th the work of the UN High
pSBloner for Relugees. whose
Me does not include Arab
fees; continuance of the de-
carried on here for years now
proposed international cove-
human rights; and discus-
a draft declaration on the
)f asylum dratted last year
le Commission on Human
[Continued on Page 9-A
GURION ENVISIONS ONE MILLION JEWS FROM SOVIET UNION
Israel Needs $3 Billion
For Further Investment
LtVI tSHKOL
.. focus an Ntoev
Election Push
Stirs Interest
JERUSALEM (JTA) With
lhe national elections in Israel only-
two weeks away, interest in the
election campaign is beginning to
mount, and the Government-owned
radio station Kol Israel is now giv-
ing time to the competing political
parties to present their views over
ihe air. Major parties battling for
ballots will be given a ten-minute
period for electioneering on cer-
tain nights, while lhe smaller par-
ties will be allocated five-minute
segments each.
Premier David Ben-Gunon. as
leader of the dominant Mapai Par-
ty, was the first to be accorded
lime by Kol Israel. In his broad-
cast he stressed the plan of the
Mapai Party which calls for elec-
toral reform, a change in proportio-
nal representation. The present
election system, he said, causes
fragmentation, and results in gov-
ernmental instability.
Speaking for Mapam, Yaacov
Continued on Page 8-A
JERUSALEM (JTA) Fi-
nance Minister Levl F.shkol de-
dared this week that Israel will
need nearly $3.000.oo0.o00 for in- i
vestment in new development
programs in the next half-decade.;
He gave this figure in an address :
to the conference of Jewish leaders
from the United States, Canada and j
Latin America sponsored by the j
Israel Bond Organization.
At another session. Prime Min-
ister David Ben-Gunon said that i
it the Soviet Union opened its
gates, 1.000.000 Russian Jews j
would emigrate to Israel within a'
, year. He recalled in that connec
; tion a remark by Soviet Premier 1
j Krushchev to a group oi American
'visitors that eventually the Soviet
Union would permit emigration.
Detailing the five-year develop-
ment plan for Israel, Mr. Eshkol
said $1,000,000,000 will be needed
in thte field of industrial, elec-
tric power and mining develop-
ment; $700,000,000 for the con-
struction of 150.000 housing units,-
$500,000,000 for irrigation and
agriculture; another half-billion
dollars for expansion of Israeli
transport services; and $250,000,-
000 for service industries, includ-
ing tourism.
Israel, he said, will focus its ef-
forts :n the next five years on de-
velopment of the Negev Desert.
establishment of agriculture in the
Southern Negev area, and the con-
si ruction oi six or seven major ur-
ban centers in the Negev. Bringing
the waters of lhe Jordan River to
Ihe Negev. he said, is essential to
Ihe development of the area.
The Israel-United Arab Republic
situation was disccussed by the
Continued on Page 2 A
Eichmann May be Moved
To New Jail for Security
JERUSALEM(JTA)The possibility developed this week lhat
*.dolf Eichmann may be moved to another prison lor security reasons
j while he is awaiting the verdict of the three-judge court which tried
jhim on charges of master-minding the slaughter of 6.0(10.000 Euro
pean Jews. i-----------------------------------------------
Reparations
Deal Coming
To Conclusion
By JTA Direct Wire
TEL AVIVDuring the next six
, months. Israel will place its final
orders for goods and equipment
purchased through reparations
funds provided by West Germany,
Dr. P. Shinar, head of the Israel
j Reparations Mission, said Tuesday.
He disclosed the final details of
jthe purchasing program at a re-
ception held aboard the SS Timna,
one of the last of the Israeli ships
ordered in West Germany in the
reparations hind program The
22.000-ton ship arrived in Israel
this week.
The final orders will complete
use of the 3,450.000,000 mark
($86,250,000) fund placed at the
disposal of Israel and the Con-
ference on Material Claims
Against Germany by the 1952
reparations agreement.
Goods will be delivered to Israel
Continued on Page 3-A
nti-Boycott Clause OK'd
New Foreign Aid Bill
JasmINGTON(JT.MThe House Foreign Affairs Committee has
^cd foreign aid legislation containing an anti-bias clause far
|rr than thai adopted earlier this week by the Senate Foreign
Mis Committee. The bill was to be formally reported out this
roe point anti -discrimin- this Act are negated and the peace
measure adopted by the <>i the world is endangered when
nations which receive assistance
under this Act wave economic war-
committee is aimed at Arab
It and blockade tactics, in-
(liscrinun.il'on against
tan citizens out of religious
ice. An expression is made
m the granting <>t aid to na-
' that discriminate on such
house version stresses
when one nation receiving
aid, like the United Arab
*blic, discriminates against
tier beneficiary, such as Is-
by blockading international
rways, peace is endangered
I the purposes of the Mutual
krity program negated.
Continued on Page 10-A
The former Gestapo colonel has
been kept in a special cell in the
Beit Haam, the Community Cen-
ter which was converted into a
courtroom for the trial, since the
trial began last Apr. 11. He was
brought to the Beit Haam from the
lallemeh prison in northern Israel
where he had been held since he
was brought to Israel in the spring
Of I960
The problem of the need for a
new location arises from the
fact that there is expected to be
a period of at least three months
between the end of the summa-
tions by defense and prosecu-
tion this week and the announce-
ment of the verdict, which is not
expected until after the High
Holy Days.
Police officials believe it would
be best lo move Eichmann out ol
Continued on Page 6-A
U.S. Catholics Deny Church
In Germany Condoned Nazis
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
National Catholic Welfare Confer-
ence Tuesday took issue with as-
I -crrions lhat the Catholic Church
was condoning Nazi action against
Jews 'Far from condoning the
outrages against the Jews under
I Nazi Germany, the Catholic Crurch
look a strong part against such
acts," a statement disseminated by
I the NCWC Bureau of Information
said.
Emphasizing that "Catholic
i groups were among the few agen-
cies thai opposed the Nazis' efforts
|t0 exterminate Jews.' !he Bureau
j of Information statement declared:
"Chief among these opposing
groups was the relief organization
set up for Ihe purpose by the late
I Bishop Konrad von Pre-ysing of
Berlin. Headed by Viktor Engel-
har.it. it included Catholic workers
of Jewish parentage. The relief
] agency provided Catholics and non-
ICatholics of Jewish descent with
[ funds and gave them clothing and
other neces8arj supplies Through
underground contacts with Nazi
government officials the agency
warned of impending measures
| against Jews. When efforts to
hide Jews and their families or lo
help them flee the country failed,
agency members visited their
Continued on Page 16-A
FEDERATION LEADERS CITE RESOLUTION ON COMMUNITY SOLIDARITY
JDA Quits CJAppeal, but Leaves 'Out' for Talks
wordinj
is:
of the House com-
is the sense of the Congress
[inasmuch as <1) the United
favors freedom of n'aviga
in international waterways
fcemom.c cooperation between
and (21 the purposes of
Greater Miami's Joint Defense
[Appeal agencies the Anti-Defa-
I mat on League of B'nai B'rith and
the American Jewish Committe-e
have disaffiliated from the 1962
Combined Jewish Appeal cam-
paign. But spokesmen for JDA
here have made it plain that they
ire ready to sit down and discuss
the differences that caused their
move
And leaders of the Greater Mi-
imi Jewish Federation early this
week also indicated that they are
prepared lo talk about restoring
unity within the Federation fam-
ily.
The two JDA agencies announ-
ced their disaffiliation intention
at a joint executive committee
meeting of the Florida regional
office of the ADL and the Great-
! er Miami chapter of the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee in the
i Dupont Plaza hotel last Wed-
nesday.
Among spokesmen explaining the
joint decision were Maurice Gliner!
and Paul H Sampliner. nations
co-chairmen <>f the ajc-adl co
i
.ordinating committee-. Sampliner
I flew here Ircm New York to par-
ticipate in ihe meeting.
Emphasizing that "we are pre-
pared to stick by our decision"
hut thai "we continue to stand
ready to discuss acceptable altern-
atives," JDA leaders repeated the
hope lhat a workable formula
would be achieved prior to ihe
1962 Combined
ampaign. In a
Jewish Appeal
joint statement
arly this week. David FUeman,
president of the Greater Miami
chapter ol the American Jewish
'ommittee. and Paul Seiderman.
chairman ot the Florida region of
the Anti-Defamation League, dc-
clare-d:
"The Joint Defense Appeal made'
its decision to withdraw from the
Miami Federation based on the
Continued on Page 2-A


'
Friday, August 4, ]$
Joint Defense Appeal Quits '62 CJA Campaign
1 'i
C:---inud from Page 1-A
fact tba [cr man]
i by th< hi
It ii .! for the Americar.
ind t.nt Anti
I ;-.-
i eet their n sp nsil ilitu to tin
.) ''
-.r.ci ; < .- decisioi
U : i idi '
; have indicated a
iU-.re to constructively discuss
p live alternative possibilities."
But Seicierman and Fleeman in-
dicated that "until due issioi
thtr< alternatives are held. Lh<
bttt interests of all concerned
suggesl that wi ;
nent at this tune "'
Scm J. Heimart, president or
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, in response to a Jewish
Fioridian request for a state-
mtflt, cited a June 14 Feder-
ation executive committee res-
olution on the then impending
JDA withdrawal from the 1962
Cc~^bined Jewish Appeal cam-
paign:
"That it believes in the central
fund-raising and planning purpose
objectives for which Feder-
was organized:
Thi:: it believes that the JDA
Federation Plans Reorganization
Samuel J Heiman, president cf
the Greater Miami Jewish Fedtr
at Wednesday named A J Har-
ris, chairman of Federation's re-
( "iy appointed survey and prc-
gn II committee.
Harris is a vice president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
and iormer chairman of its budget
committee.
Ii calling for the formatu n of
committee Federation's o>>
ii..i committee said the new sur-
vey unit will aim at a study cf
structure and purposes of Feder-
ation; prepare a blue print for the
reorganization of Federation: rec-
ommend new approaches; and pre-
sent final recommendations and
blue print to the executive com-
mittee for approval and adoption
Other members of the commit-
ee are Martin Fine. Samuel Fried-
Joseph Garfield. Jack Gor
don, Ernest Janis. Howard Kane.
Also Jay Kislak. Cal Kovens
Sidney Lef court. Joseph Lipton.
Ben Markowiti, A. J. Molasky. Hy
Riia-. Leonard Rosen, and Harold
] hum .
A. J. HARRIS
bene-
1 Th : lne ,u'
froir ''' noX bo
( -. inti rests the oi
initj and i'-
- of the
- their ac-

While MM Feae-atrcrv executive
committee resoij'icn anre-dates
the Jcir.t Defense Aooeai agen-
cies' withdrawal and fails to
commert en it, Heiman's refer-
ence c the resolution indicated
Federation's desire to lltaSfl the
door eoen for a community-mind-
ed solution to the problem.
A. J Harris, vice president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation ard reportedly Federation's
next president, said here that "if
people of good will get together.
then is DO *1i} this
be v.
H;*: II at 1 have no sp<1
cific plan in at this tin-,
sorr.t". : g Sa1 -....:or\ to
sides d not be out c: '
'real:- ol reason. It may r,
-e\-. but som>
i os : should certainly en
thrc U| | tiatli d
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JAR President Abdel Nasser to
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rael. Nasser does rot dare attack,
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... "qualitative equi
nents. and Nasser is not
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. Tin Arab economic boj
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- not as successful as Nas-
ser bal hoped it would be.
T'r.e Arab refugee situation
Nasser, said Mrs Meir. is prevent-
ive the relugees from resettling in
countries, using them instead
as a major weapon against Israel,
and demanding their return here.,
so that they would act as an ad-
vance column of Arab military' at-
tack aimed at the total destruction
of Israel.
The idea of giving the refugee*
"free choice" between repatria-
tion and resettlement, Mrs. Meir
said, is unrealistic, since the Arab
leaders would not permit any
refugees to choose to stay in Arab
countries.
Ben-Gurion reviewing Israel's
.:> prcb!em>. charged that
r was planning to annihilate
he people Of IsraeJ as Hitler "and
s gang" did in Europe. He -
iet Union was supply-
".- Nasser with Arms "because
Is reouire ,vie g'w*nH .
ions at the United Nations
I.....tance in exerting in-
throughout Africa "
declared that Israel's seen;
eapon w as the spiritual supenori-
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tcr the quantitative imbalance ot
. rmt population in comparison
with th. Arabs He asserted that
-;.c wen a great moral ,-ym-
among a number oi African
Asian states b< s '.hey see
in Israi 1 their own de-
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PARIS ConsUntine Jews have
\tsa >u terrorized by a continual
i ol attacks 03 Jews and
[gainst Jewish-owned shops that
iany are planning to leave for
tgiers u> soon as possible, it was
> n ted here Tuesday from Al-
rd
in July 24. a Constantine Jew
vis shot in the neck and killed,
a two days later, another Con-
Istjntine Jew. Lem Adida. was
nurdered the same way. Ex
ms and window-smashings of
Jewish-owned shops wore reported
Icntinuing in a manner reminis
[ce it Jt Nazi pogroms
, attacks are part of a gen-
le-jl increase in such terrorism in
Ia ,-iia. which has increased mark-
I n recenl week-, with at least
[' deaths resulting
throw:: int) a crowd
leaving a m 11 picture
in Bonn on Fuly -4 wound -
27 persons, three ol them crit-
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nade Into a (.i i on July 29
i.' seven p sons including j
nfanl Lai......week, a
le was thi' w ife in
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Coming to Close
Continued frc-i Pjj^ I-A
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Volume 34
Number 31
22 Ab 5721
Friday, August 4, 1961
The JDA Disaffiliation
The decision of Miami's Joint Defense Ap-
pec) agencies to withdraw from the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation is a regrettable one.
We hope the move is neither conclusive nor
ur.cJterable.
We are happy to note the tone of respon-
sici.'.ty sounded by some of the leaders of the
A r.\ Defamation League and American Jewish
Cc~;mittee this week, who emphasized that the
issue is not closed, and who indicated that
they are still ready to examine the issues fur-
thei.
This should be done promptly, and with
an eye toward reversing the disaffiliation de-
cision as soon as possible. The impact of the
Joint Defense Appeal move on the community
has far broader implications than involves the
future of JDA activities alone. It involves all
oi us who are concerned with Jewish solidarity,
and who are dedicated to the principles of
Jewish Federation.
We are opposed, from many points of
view, to the JDA decision. Federation must be
the heart of our Jewish community. Federation
co-ducts the annual Combined Jewish Appeal
ccpaign, which works at strengthening the
concept of one-time giving, and at least in part
discourages unauthorized and frequently un-
necessary fund-raising here.
The net benefit accrues to the individual
Micmian who is, as a result, plagued a good
decl less by constant requests for hand-outs,
a-6 who is assured through Federation that
Jewish philanthropic efforts are allocated on
the basis of soundly-evaluated community
need within the limit of available funds.
All of this does not set aside the fact that
Federation today has many problems which re-
quire rapid and intelligent solution if the faith
Micmi has m the Federation concept is to be
bcrne out. The JDA decision to disaffiliate
mcy, in part, reflect some of these problems;
but above all other considerations, disaffiliation
is the immediate issue which must be promptly
resolved.
z^im&s*-- bWr^
REPORT TO AMERICAN JEWRY
these days, and the report last week by Dr.
Nahum Goldmann in Paris does little to lighten
their anxieties. Perhaps the vaguest straw in
the wind is the Ben-Gurion observation several
days ago that a million Jews horn the Soviet
Union may be entering Israel sometime in the
future.
The peppery Prime Minister has been
known to make unfounded statements in the
past. A few of these were perhaps provoc-
ative and even downright inflammatory;
neither has their cooly-calculated purpose
mitigated the failure in tact or delicacy they
reflected.
But, above all things, Mr. Ben-Gurion has
almost never been fanciful. The long view of
things more than frequently tends to give sub-
stance to even the worst of his deliberate
provocations.
Can his remark about a million Soviet
Jews have similar substance? International af-
fairs these days would seem to indicate that
the Kremlin is otherwise occupied than with
weighing the advisability of letting ioose a
substantial portion of its Jewish community.
But it is something for which we must continue
to hope.
JDA's decision can become the first step
toward Jewish community disintegration. In
the first instance, because of our community's
present fund-raising difficulties, it may lead
other Federation agencies to think of doing the
seme. How would that sit with Greater Miami
Jewish residents who. through the years, have
come to depend upon Federation's distribution
of tneir philanthropic funds equitably and wih
respect to their best welfare interests?
For another, JDA disaffiliation may have a
tendency to lessen the gifts pledged to Feder- 11/ If r\ j /*
etion. Men and women, responsible in their W6 TQ^ D.D.OP&fV (flUT^
minds for a certain annual level of giving, will 'piV.lH.V J \*UUI 3C
be able to excuse cuts in their gifts on the bas-s
tnct they are now expected to give to other,
equally worthy, organizations.
For all these reasons, and rrore we con-
sider the JDA decision Ul-advieed. Federation
and JDA leaders should, with all deliberate
it??1.6' a"IVe Qt a formula UK* will reverse
JDA s atsaffiliation cr.d reaffirm the solidarity
of the Greater Miami Jewish community
No Fanciful Statement
Free world problems with the Soviet Union
are farranqmg and complex. The Jewish com-
munity s fate behind the Iron Curtain is per-
haps a mmiscule pert of them.
Nevertheless, the-.- are of considerable con-
sequent to Jews, themselves, who through-
out history have found it necessary to safe-
cuard their own best interests. The experience
oi European Jewrv at the hands of Hitler
demonstrates conclusively that no one else
will.
Thus, the predicament of Soviet Jewry is
much in the minds of world Jewish leaders
The United Nations agenda indicates that
the UN Assembly is preparing to discuss the
Arab refugee issue. Thl* puts the Kennedy
Administration, which has been negotiating the
Israel-Arab impasse in the stran'cest of ail
behind-the-scenes Washington projects c:
hot and unenviable spot.
For one thing, however seemingly vituper-
ative the Arabs may be about the 'refugees
even their least cynical spokesmen will con-
cede that they don't really care to discuss the
question with an eye toward solvina ;t For
another, neither does Israel at this time less
out of a steadfast determination not to yie^d to
Arab-inspired solutions than as a result of a
genuine fear that Kennedy is still misinformed
on the subject and has few of the facts at his
fingertips.
For a third thing, our State Department
sees the refugee question within the larger
framework of U.S.-Arab affairs, and as current
congressional debate nn the anti-bias clause in
the foreign affairs bill clearly indicates, wants
-no action that the Arabs can construe as
Offensive.
What the Administration would se^m to
need most these days is a short course in
welfare diplomacy.
during the week
as i see
LEO MINDLIN

it
by
A mid-summer's nightmare,
made modern in an air-
conditioned room, has told me
that every generation believes
it is the worst off of all pre-
vious generations in human
history. The advancing u-eh-
nology of war suggests that
the next arms struggle must
, surely reach the ultimate level
in man's never-ending contest
to annihilate, himself. .ABticiDated. is thefact that most every war
will be more nearly "total" than others before it that every war
achieves a greater degree of totality in destructive capacity than
preceding ones. But the truth is that once we have experienced it
still newer conceptions cf our capacity to absorb self-inflicted punish,
ment raise the ante.
An analagous situation would seem to be the pole vaulter, who
must better his past record with each jump. Carried to its illogical
conclusion, may we someday envision men challenging the bar ai,
say. 100-foot settings? Clearly, this is an absurdity: in wars, how-
ever, there are no absurdities. Nothing is too cruel or too impossl
to stagger the human Imagination. Gen. E'senhower. in 1945. wept as
ho walked through a newly-liberated concentration camp.
But the dirman- did not believe the establishment of com.
tiop. camps to be too daring or consider their business too ghastly.
And. in retrospect. I .lave say that more people today are bored
ked by the Eichmann trial "revelations." Neither did
United States weigh heavilj the moral burden that would be bon
nuclear bombers of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. (A meml
: standing oi the human race. I continue to believe the decis i
.'...- militarily prop* -
-: : --
CAVORTING IN THt MUM OF FANTASY
tthe fallacy IN our measurements of totality lies in an al
naively inaccurate appraisal of man'.- resourcefulness. The I
that war technology continually advances is. in itself, a suifi i
uard against our reaching a point where we will no longei
able to survive an ''ultimate" folly. For one thing, the will to sui
tend- to outwit the will to destroy.
Man is an instrument-maker. Given the unassisted pole-va
however supple an athlete, he remains fundamentally earthbound Bui
with their instruments, men dream of challenging the star.- and
are in our generation on the threshold of doing so Thus, by these
Instruments, we seek to destroy ourselves on ever higher level- if
technological achievement and still live after the effort
The horrors of World War I were a bivouac exercise for the total
experience of World War II. And now. as we arm again, the coming
struggle tends to scale down to child'.- play the holocaust of 1939-41
And so will it ever be our ability to take physical and mental pun
ishment a safe distance beyond our capacity irretrievably to close the
distance. The terrifying Albert Einstein observation that World War
IV will be fought with outmoded ultimate weapons clubs and stones
is a testament to this truism. For as long as there are wars,
there must he men.
We should, of course, continue to hope that humanity *iay some
day exist without the periodic need to resort to armed conflict But
such thoughts, at least at the moment, seem to cavort in Ihe realm
oi" fantasy,
EVEN EDUCATION SUCCUMBS TO NIGHTMARF
|^OWEVER DISHEARTENING this view may be. it seems oi
face less anxiety-ridden than are anticipated panaceas at the
United Nations. Men have clearly learned to practice and eh
their total self-destructive capabilities, and it would be ndthin.
than optimi.-tic to expect them to substitute statesmanship for these
capabilities.
Even the social science genius Hitler, whose principal failure
ill bis inability to determine where social science ended and astrology
began, understood that all human advance derives from war. Would
space technology have achieved its present status, however fledgling
were it not in our time virtually synonymous with war technology
Are not a host of medical developments the outgrowth of battlefield
experimentation? (The Nazi, Mcngele. brought this to a refined art I
Lould we. in the United States, conceive of a $40 b.llion-plus outlay a-
part of any single welfare effort cutside of the field of anticipated
national offense?
Neither is education any longer an object of derision since it I as
Mcome an indispensible element to war: for men must know n i
tnan now to write their name- and read basic road signs prior to
overseas movement requirements during World War II now that
have substituted missiles for glorified slingshots
WAKING TO A NEWER AWARENESS ""
^ND SO IT is that education, too. the last bastion of peace for th-
sensitive against the mad. has fallen before the onslaught ol u
Hon. Ours, indeed, is uncontestably the worst off geseratioi
"Previous generations, with little hope for the future save total
nuclear warfare on a global scale,
And. of cour-e. men will survive this also in the imn
uiure to unify againsl the external challenge of battle again-. Il
launc lied by exotic races from outer space at a time equidistan
our perspective of the decline of the Middle Ages and the em
otine Renaissance. Speaking of which, men despaired then, as
about tomorrow.
stro,And, "T ,,U're not- after a11- th(> Botien years of Bach and
:! 1P Je1mbran iC," p stov' Ham'-V an'' Salk-Sabine that followed'.' (And the
far m. i nZe lJynamlter- A!iVl'lt Nobel, dose cousin of all our dr.
icwar plants dedicated to the domestic production of electrical
Fins'n'n VVilI'here nof- all. be other Bachs and Cezanne- and
M,r 1 *J amon >en even as the Venus.ans. in alliance with
aireonHi?3"' I'" "national surrender" Yes. and it is
e en who ^}mne fro which there seems no waking not
and hum V frighte0 N^ves with the ultimate fright that war
and human progress arc insuperable and inseparable
that Pv,le 'S n Wak'ng savtf t0 a nower awareness of our nightmare
history ^'nera,lon '* worst off of all previous generations in human
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Only 3 Eichmann Aides Paid Supreme Penalty
Ey Special Report
Onfa, : iree of Eichmann's prin-
cipi aides have paid the supremt
penalty tor their pan in the mass
11 : European Jew s. a*i
, B cording to the World Jewish Con-
gress in New York. Siei
Si member of Eichmann's Hun-
garian Commando, and Anton
I rur. Eichmann's Deputy in
Viennj were both 1 xecuted ir
ti b, ter \\ isliceny was ex<
i< >akia where he had
. nn's assistant.
World Jewish Conercss. in
pul .ication. "Eichmann's
ates and the Third Reich
irachy." names 54 members
V: Eichmann's key sta/f which to-
. out 100.
Six more art under arrest and
awaiting trial, four in West Ger-
mary and two in Austria. They
are Erich Deppner ar.d Wilhelm
Zre^, who served in The Hague;
Ottc HuitSCha and Hermann Kru-
mey, who served in Hunpary,
all held in West Germany, Frani
Slavik and Kurt Frani Novak,
Eichmann's transportation chief,
arrested in Austria.
known concentration and annihilaJ
ion camps which numbered nun.
Ireda.
There is also a list of Jewish
oases in Europe at Hitter's hares
I totalling 5.717,000.
government and Naii Party offi-
cials, police chiefs, and Naxis
responsible for carrying out med-
ical experiments on helpless con-
centration camp victims. ^
The WJC official states that the ania.
-~ were compiled from a variety Holland. 12C.00O; Latvia. 85.0v-
- and ~oU< that a per- Yugoslavia, 65.000: Greece. 60.00ft
... I- .- kJu. Aiiclriq '( (~\C\ Dnlflium !
ailing
Polanc 3 ftGO.000; -Soviet Unl n
1.000.000; Bumania, 420.000; g*
many. 200.000; Czechoslovakia
300.000: Hungary 200.000: I ium!
ISM!:: France. 130.000/
Eichmann May he Transferred
Jo New Jail for Safety's Sake
Ceitlnued from Page 1-A
Jerusalem, where crowded urban
conditions require heavy guard.
but feel that because many per-
sons visited the Jallemeh prison
after learning it had been Eich-
mann's place of detention, it might
nol be wise to return him there.
He will be brought back to Jerusa-
lem to hear the verdict after
which he will have a right to make
a statement before sentence is
pronounced.
Eichmann will be examined be-
f( u an Israeli magistrate, at the
request of the West German gov-
ernment, in connection with many
cases of Nazi war criminals now
ptr.ding in West German courts.
The examination will be earned
out by Dr. Dietrich Zweig. the West
1 an observer at the Eichmann
trial The West German Justice
High Official on Trial
VIENNA (JTAi Dr. Franz
Ratzenberger. a high Austrian po-
lic< official, went on trial hen on
c' l rues of having given the or-
den for the execution of 300 Jews
1 lie Ula>aine in 1942 ne wat
the commander of the Nazi securi-
ty police in t h e Berdichev area
di ng World War II.
stry received requests from
: inatior. cf Eichmann in con-
nection with .trials scheduled to
in Ihe next few weeks.
Among them is the trial of Kurt
Frar.za. former commander of the
Trebl.nka murder camp.
During his stay in Israel, Dr.
Zweig has been in contact with
the Israel Police Bureau 0-6,
which prepared the prosecution
against Eichmann. Dr. Zweig
received information against
numerous former Nazis who
were arrested in West Germany
as a result.
The end of the marathon testi-
mony came exactly 15 weeks from
the start of the trial. The prosecu-
lion brought 112 witnesses to the
stand and submitted some 1.500
documents.
The court was scheduled to ad-
journ, after completion of summa-
tions, to study the mountain of evi-
dence and prepare its verdict. Dr.
Robert Servatius. Eichmann's chief
defense counsel, had indicated he
expects a verdict of guilty and that
he will appeal the verdict to the
Israel Supreme Court. That pro-
cedure means that there will be
several more months of the case
t< r Israel
M.Iuil.H1 ill UU'l'lV. L i.Uill- dim Cni'.iOI] Ol WlV IMMl rtilll.^ *'i i'*v
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have gone underground.
Thn s others pi son: Franz
: is< her and Ferdinand aus di 1
both serving life >< n
Ifences in Holland, and a man
named Bauer, who received a 10-
J < ..r term ir. Germany.
Dr. Nehcmiah Robinson, direc-
tor of the World Jewish Congress
Institute of Jewish Affairs, name
134 of Eichmann* men whose
I whereabouts or fate are unknown.
; One of them is his secretary, Fritz
Martin: a second man. Franz Abro-
mcit. is assumed to have been cap-
tured by the Russians.
In all. Dr. Robinson lists about
750 Nazi officials and their fate,
including cabinet ministers. Am-
bassadors, military chiefs, SS
personnel, key officials in charge
of concentration camps, high
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Iree-mcnth-old Robert Pallia, a stateless person, gained a
id of permanent residence when he arrived in the United
ates c? the 500th refugee United Hias Service brought to
b country under the refugee immigration law, which went
|j effect toward the end of 1960. Robert had been marking
p.e in Paris with his father, mother and three brothers, who
ad it necessary to leave Egypt in 1958. The family is being
settled in Washington, D.C., with the assistance of that com-
mitv's Jewish 3-r:al Service Agency.
ianu-El School Adds 4th Grade
Foundation Scho '. will mau-
rth grade t >r the new
year i begins in
legislation i r I te school as
as th< nursery, kin lergarten, j
|rew and Sundaj ichool, Is now
>r waj at the congregation's!
11 -d office. 17)1 Washing-
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ie l > in dation School is an de-
nary school program from kin-1
garten en up. it stresses basic
Is in ;. bi-lingual curriculum. .
|hildrcr: have a training which
pallets the public school curricu-,
with the added ingredients of
(versatii nal Hebrew. Jewish his-
other related subjects, i
{ht children, who are admitted
[he school only atter passing a
iy of readiness tests, are giv-
firn educational 'jackground. I
iphael K. Yunes school board
|i:ik.i said that "we believe
our school serves the 'whole'
I. providing an ample opportu-
I'M dividual instruction and
self-expression some-
not available in jvererowded
Jic schi ol classr>>m> today "
y < ; I.mi,' i that, with the
exception of the kindergarten, each
Foundation School class at Temple
Emanu-EI is serviced by two teach-
ers, "who offer the youngsters
more learning experiences per day
than in a comparable public school
situation.-'
Foundation School classes are
conducted at the congregation's
north branch building. 77th st. and
Dickens ave. which was completed
a little more than a year ago.
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bers, and then taken to Haifa for
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ARLINGTON. Va. (JTA)
Two Of George Rockwell's Nazi!
"siormtroopers," sentenced last |
eek to a year of hard labor each:
on the convict road gang for at*
tacking a 13-year-old Jewish boy,'
withdrew this week the appeal of
their convictions.
They feared that a grand jury
might reopen the case and impose
even heavier sentences. Charges!
Ol felonious assualt rather than
simple assault and battery could
in ptssible penalties of up
U 20 years imprisonment. There-
ft re, the Nazis decided to serve
the year term on the convict road
jang imposed by Arlington Judge
Hugh Gregger.
The two men, Richard Braun,
26, and Robert Garber, 31, with-
drew their appeals, apparently
after Rockwell consulted on their
behalf with Commonwealth At-
torney William Hassan. Rock-
well sale*, "I've talked to Mr.
Hassan, and he's convinced m
that they can make a big deal
cut of it."
The two Nazis now will be sent
to a state convict road gang for
hard labor. A third Nazi, Anthony-
Wells, who was convicted of as-
saulting a 16 year-old youth July 13
and sentenced to 60 days in jail,
was released on $1,000 bond pend-
ing action on his appeal, which will
be heard by Circuit Court.
Arlington police meanwhile im-
pounded Rockwell's Nazi party
"hate bus," decorated with swasti-
ka emblems, and arrested its driv-
er
The driver w a s Ralph Perry
Forbes. 21. who told police his oc-
cupation was a "professional Nazi"
and that he lived as a "stormtroop
er" at Rockwell's headquarters
barracks. He was charged with
having no Virginia driver's permit.
The vehicle was seized for lacking
proper Virginia registration papers
and an Arlington county license.
Arlington police meanwhile re-
vealed that the bus is registered
in the name Schuyler Ferris, who
holds a strategic job in the U.S.
Army Map Service. Defense De-
partment officials said they are In-
vestigating Mr. Ferris' association
with Rockwell.
Meanwhile, Rockwell appeared
before the Arlington County
Board in an explosive hearing,
after the board read a resolution
from the Arlington chapter of the
U.S. Veterans of Foreign Wars
urging strong legal actions to
curb the local "Nazi activities."
Rockwell asked and was granted
ten minutes to present a defense
of his activities before the board.
But when he began a tirade justify-
ing Nazism, board member Thomas ei" and suggested, that the Naiis
Richards said the board had done "disband this organization an!
itself "a disservice by giving Rock- crauI back jnt0 the holes where
well a forum." | you belong." Board member Ralph
Mr. Ricnaras told Rockwell and j Kaul denounced Rockwell. Com
the squad of "stromuoopers that monwealth Attorney William Kas-
accompanied him that democracy ?an looked the Nazi in the face and
is the only reason you are toleral-1 jailed him a "faker."
Youth Voted Best Athlete
A Jewish boy in the deep S
has been unanimously voted as the
finest track and field athlete in
his county.
He is Bill Shapiro, of Spartan-
burg, S.C., grandson of Dr. Abra-
ham Wolf son, chairman of the Spi-
nozh Outdoor Forum ot Miami
Beach.
The young athlete w as last week
awarded a large trophy with
name and school inscribed on it.
The presentation was televised. He
has run the 199-yd. dash in 10 sec-
onds ami 220yd. dash in 22.2 sec-
n Is. His time of 51.8 :n the Mfl
is also extremely low f).- a
high school runner.
The fleet-footed Shapiro will be
running for Tulane University next
ison. Bill was accepted by Tu-
[ane t>n .:n academic scholars u >.
Mrs. Decky Takes Trip
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Scientists Developing/ Unique
Solar Energy Machine Project
]l:hak Katz, Mayor of Rehovoth. Israel, where
the internationally-famous Weizmann Institute
ct Science is located, presents Mayor Robert
F. Wagner, of New York, with the key to the
. licipodity of Rehovoth at City Hall. Lett
(rear) is Abraham Feinberg, president of the
American Committee for the Weizmann Insti-
tute. Left to right are members of the Amer-
ican Committee, Harry Frankel, Edward Mit-
chell and Harry Levine.
Election Campaign Stirs Interest in Israel
Co-i'mued from Pa^e 1-A
h ::,,<: told the electorate that
trt e are advantages in a "neu-
tra st" pulley for Israel. He said
tt-c-; such a policy would enable
lsr-el to obtain aid as well as
irr.-'igrarts from both tne West
*r; the East. Achdut Avodah
ltc:er Israel Bar-Yehuda urged
in hit broadcast that Israel should
initiate peace talks with the Arab
stales without any prior condi-
ticr:.
PeretZ Bernstein delivered the
adoifSS for the new Liberal Party.
He harged that growing state con-
trol in the economic field is hinder-
li.. Israel's development. Dr. Ze-
i. VYarhaftig, speaking tor the
Religious Parly, condemned "ex-
ec- e secularism" in Israel, de-
daring these tendencies have!
made inmads into Sabbath obser-1
behalf of Herut. Arie Ben!
Elij denounced the Mapai's in-1
.-.; ce on the "invincibility" of"
Ml Ben-Gurlon as the country-;
li :-. Mr. Ben-EIiezer reminded,
I i Stenerfi that Mr. Ben-Gurion
v. chairman of the Jewish Agen-'
cj during World War II. when the
Nazi holocaust resulted in the loss
oi 'io.'. i: Jewish lives.
The Mapai Central Committee
lasl weekend unanimously adopted
an eight point election platform
ci ning th<- following pledges:
1. To inccrease immigration and i
ption ol the immigrants as
remost task of the State to-
2. To assure a democratic re-:
. individual freedom, equality
in nyhts and duties of all citizens.
3. To encourage all kinds of in-
vestment private, corporate, and
cooperative.
4. To extend settlement on land,
and co the creation of a new society where
the exploitation of men would be
unknown.
5. To populate the Negev and
Galilee, and deplete thickly popu-
lated areas in the cities and the
coastal plain.
6. To extend educational oppor-
tunities and facilities.
7. To base Israel's foreign poli-
cy on the will for peace and co-
operation with all nations; for
an Israel-Arab pact based on
mutual independence, with the
army serving as a guarantee for
peace.
8. To develop science, research,
l.terature and ar;s.
Speakir.^ in the ensuing debate,!
Deputy Minister of Education Mr
Ami Assaf, said that Mapai should
stress the party's desire for con-
tinued coalition government. Miss
Esther HerlltZ said the demand for
direct Israel Arab negotiations
should aio find its way into the
platform.
Justice Minister Pinhas Rosen,
addressing an election campaign;
meeting Sunday on behalf of the:
Liberal Party, tnargeu that the
firing of the Shavit rocket has been
"ill-timed." He also charged that
"like many other important mat-
ters" the firing of the rocket had
not been brought before the Cabi-
net in good time for a considered
decision.
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
moc;el of a new type of a solar en-
ergy power package, which was de-
veloped by Israeli scientists and
which represents an important ad-
vance in the use of solar power,
w a s demonstrated this week to
Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion
and other Cabinet members
The power package, which was
developed by the National Physical
Laboratory, a unit of the National
Res -'.I: Council, a..- r -ported to
practical m a source ot
i tricitj in distant areas where
. i ige to an elee'rical grid would]
be impractical. The package will
>d at the United Nations
Conference on Nev r En-
in R >me next
i
The psckage ras three basic
parts. One it a collector ot solar
heat. The second is a vapor tur-
bine, and the third is a heat col-
lector as a backstop to an eiec-
trie accumulator. The heat col-
lector is an inflate: plastic cylin-
der ,0 feet long and five feet in
diameter, a form developed dur-
ing many years of research on
heat absorption.
New optical findings led to the,
cylindrical form which promises to
become the cheapest torm of solar
collector for medium temperatures.
The turbine uses a chlorobenmie
vapor instead of 'he usual water
steam which has low efficiency
To insure a contir.ous energy sup
ply in the evening and at night,
and to even out the supply during
peak sunshine hours, some form
ol" energy storage is required.
Since the usual storage by electric
batteries is expensive, Israeli sci-
entists developed heat accumula-
tors which contain material melt-
ing at 300 degrees Fahrenheit
which absorbs heat when melting
and gves off heat when soluilying.
In addition to the three basic
components, which were dew!.
oped in Israel, the package has a
generator which produces cu,-.
rent from accumulated heat. The
unit also has *n auxiliary emer-
gency kerosene heater for -ji
during prolonged cloudy periods,
The model has six oylindrical
collectors and produces live !
power. Depending on the n\
of collectors used, the new hi .
can supply efficiently two to ,.
kilowatts. Produced Industi i \
the package should cost fron
i)00 to Sio.ooo with a project
of five cents per kilowatt in v
climates.
This is considered a reas ,
cost tor electricity in remote fa hr
and villages. Scientists said a n ill
five horsepower unit co-.ild y
enough current for ten refriji ,!
tors and one water pump i|
daylight hours and for 50 lam i
radio sets at night.
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Without Surgery
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first time science has found a new
healing substance with the aston-
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relieve pain-without surgery.
In case after case, while gently
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Most amazing of all results
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This substance is now availailo
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Teen-Age Nite' At Beth Torah
Every Thursday night is -Teen-,
Age Nite at Beth Torah Congrega-I
tion when the United Synagogue
Youth groups of the temple hold'
their weekly dances emceed by
Alvin Goldfarb. a member. Rec-
ords, gifts and dance contests high-
light the programs, attended by-
close to 100 young people.
Proceeds are pledged to help
send club members to the Leader-
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to be held this year in Camp Ocala
from Aug. 22 (o 31. Rabbi Allen
Rutchick is newly appointed dircc-,
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fJewist) FhridTiar?
Page 9-R
'a
latka Publisher Former Nazi Spy
By HILTON FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON mong !he motley u-sortment ot
Utremists emerging in the turbu-
i,nl South ls a w<"alth>r aristc)-
| made news in 1940. He'
Ga W I Kent, once
[ o nployee at the
in London, who
[ i jiving secrets
[ \ lermany.
a : iscendant of
1 in recent months
, | as publisher ot
~ :n a new--
Palatka, Fla.
claim: "Klan
and "Ro-
: let*." His
icks "trea-
L ient" and
\ family.
I | -;. //re- H:*'er's war ma-
|iin 'if- crashing Europe.
cot at c. Yard riti'ied Ambassa-
cr .i tsh P. Kzrtnzdy, fathtr of
\,e PrM dent, that Kent was sec
t<\\ rg tne Naiis. Kent was
^ien ir he strategic position of
cd* i terfc at the American Em-
- Loncci. The case in-
p .-, disclosure :f confidential
Jics*i rs between Winston
|hurri.i I an; President Roose-
dismissed, arrested by
" -h .' : American con-
charged vntb commur.i
lorn itic locuments that
i Hitler (or war purposes,
el trial, lie was convict
counl >! violation ot
-h Official Secrets Act,
:sone I f tr the war's du-
!; Ambassador Kennedy has
I (1 tiia'. if the United
II l hen been in the war.
f have recommended that
I turned to Washington.
i lligh treason and shot
rhi i < was specially shock-
bo ause of Kent's distingu-
mily and educational
I His lather, the late
I ration Kent, was a re-
widow, and became a gentleman
farmer in Maryland.
Former Ambassador Kennedy
recalls the Kent ca'e: "I remem-
ber they arrested him at 6 o'clock
one morning They found in his
pocket a message I had received
from Winston Chunchill just
three hours earlier. Thr? prison
sentence was mild to what he de-
served."
Mr. Kennedy said that "when
he w a s arrested, an i I ask< t
what he couid h-.: liking
of. he cho\ved r. remorse but
went into an at smitic bl^st
that was a terrible thing."
Peter Fleming's authoritative
"Operation Sea Lion" mentioned
the pro-Nazi activities o< Kent,
stating: "In Lrn-sor, Kc--t made
the acquaintance of Anna Wolk-
off, a lady some ten years older
than himself, and was drawn in-
to It-.e orbit of the 'Right Club,'
a small, seedy clique of anti-
Semites. By January, 1W0.
Ker."s collection ef ocuments
hac" begun to include copies of the
messages between Churchill 'then
First Sea Lord) and President
Roosevelt ... In February he ap-
plied fc-r but was refused, a trans-
fer to Berlin."
Ken*, and Miss Wolkoff, daugh
?or cl a former Imperial Russian
Navy admiral, were arrested May
18. 1940. Kent was sentenced to
seven years. Miss Wolkoff got
ten years. The trial judge said
she "apparently was motivated bv
an anti-Semitic obsession."
Miss Wolkoff had dispatched a
coded letter to her triend. Wil-'
liam Joyce, the British traitor j
who broadcast for Hitler from i
Berlin under the name *'Lord
Haw-Haw." It was intercepted by
British intelligence.
Kent's U.S. diplomatic immun-
ity was waived by the State De-
partment. In 1944. the Depart-
ment revealed that, in Kent's pos-
session when he was arrested,
were over 1.500 copies of diploma-
tic papers, duplicate keys to the
code room, and photographic
plate- ol Embassy documents
"believed to have been made by
confederates for the purpose of
endeavoring to transmit to Ger-
many and certain printed propa-
ganda material which was prej-
Udical to the British conduct ot
the war."
Kent's arrest caused an emer-
gency "diplomatic blackout" be-
tween the State Department and
embassies throughout the world.
New codes had to be devised.
Kent and his wife, the former
Clara Hunter Hyatt, left a life
cf leisurely farming in the 1950s
for cruises aboard their yacht.
More recently, Kent settled in
northern Florida, and entered
politics. Last year, he suffered
defeat when he sought election
as county commissioner.
Twenty years have elapsed
since Kent's conviction for aiding
the Nazis. There is no evidence
his political and racist philosophy
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Continued from Page 1-A
Rights. That draft includes formu-
lation of the right of all people to
; emigrate from their countries ol
i residence. Implementation of such
i a right could affect the right of
I Jews in Russia to emigrate.
A budget calling for the expendi-
ture of $19.36,800 for the United
j Nations Emergency Force, for the
year ending December 31. 1962.
was approved here this week by j
j the General Assembly's commit
j tee on administrative and budge-i
| l.j-y questions. The budget was pro-1
nosed by Secretary General Dag:
ilammarskjold last week for con-|
sideration by the next Assembly.
The committee approved the
budoet "on the assumption that
the Force will be continued on
its present basis" dur..-.g tne year
1962. In one clause of the com-
mittee's statement, however,
there is a hint that the status of
UNEF may be subject to recon-
sideration.
The committee also notes that,
to date, there is a deficit in the
special UNEF account of $21,600.-
')00 which is "attributable to seri-
ous delays in payment, or to the
unwillingness or refusal ot some
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Friday. August 4. 13S1
Gurion Opposes Church State Separation
JERUSALEM-UTAi Prime Minister David Ben-Guri .red Joseph B. Soloveitchik forest i
week that he did not favor complete separat.cn of state ttj^J-^d **
n in Israel at the present time. .! chairman of the Jewish National
The Prime Minister gave his views on the issue to members of ,
:M-UTAi Prime Minister David Ben-Guri .red .Joseph B. Soloveitchik forest hon-
this
ligion i
The
the Rabbinical Council of America attending a special conclave in
said his stand was
Israel. He
based on the premise that national
unit} had to be preserved in an
Israel beset by enemies
The 150 American Orthodox
rabbis dedicated their organiza-
tion's new academic center,
Yeshiva Hadarom, cal'irto, it "a
spiritual instrumentality" for
creating closer relations between
Israeli and American Jev/s. The
355,000 institute has dormitories,
a dining hall, a high school and
a higher school, as well as a
Teachers Seminary with 250 stu-
dents, 50 of whom are American
Jews.
Fund, presided.
Rabbi Charles Weinberg. pres
ident of the Orthodox rabbinical
group, told the delegates a: the
opening session that the Hebrew
language alone would not unite
He
Rabbi Kmanuel Rackman. a past American and Israel. Jewry. He
president of the Rabbinical Conn- Wed "nit> ,mf JW,?
c.l. expressed the hope that orad- J01"' emphasis M Jewish trad
[pressed the hop*.
uates Of all rabbinical seminaries Uons. religious values a..d prac
in the L'nited Stales iuld spend tlc2*- .... ;,
a. leas, a year in studies
at the Yeshiva Ha laro
The delegates joined with relig-
ious leaders trom all parts of Is- Quarters of
Chief Rabbi Yitzhak Mssim and
visited tii al Shi m
Reli{
ravl.::; the de Rabbi
Anti Boycott Clause Approved
In New Foreign Aid Legislation
Continued from Page 1A
fare against other nations assisted
under this Act. including such pro-
cedure as boycotts, blockades, and
the restriction cf the use of inter
national waterways: and i3> any
attempts by foreign nation-
create distinctions of their race ol-
der fire as a "watered-down"
version of the Douglas-Keating
amendment when Sen. Fulbright
added the nullifying terminology.
According to Sen Keating "Con-
gress should be on record in the
strongest possible terms opposing
religion among American citizens US1. l)f foreis,n aid funds ,n any
in the granting of personal or com ..
merdal access or any other rights ;ounttwwl>ere. direcUy or to-
otherwise available to the United directly, the money might be used
State.- citizens generally is repug-
nant to our principles; assistance
under this Act and the Agricultural
: for economic warfare, blockades,
or boycotts against any other coun-
try also receiving assistance. This
Council and the Chief Rabbinat
r they met with interior Min
ister Moshe Shapiro, a Mizi
leader, in a review of Israel's cur-
rent religious problems and par-
ticularly those of religious educa ,
lion.
Mr. Ben-Gurion angrily rejected
here a question posed to him by an
American Orthodox rabbi about his
attitude toward Kashrut. The ques-
tion was asked during a lively dis-!
cussion between nrembers of the:
Rabbinical Council oi America and
I the Prime Minister.
Ben-Gurion termed the posing
of this question to him an im-
pertinence. "Chutipah," he said,
adding that this was a personal
matter. At the same time he
stated that while he was a non-
observant Jew, he favored the
continued rabbinical control in
Israel on questions of personal
status until the bulk of the newly-
arrived Sephardic Jews became
integrated.
Trade Development and Assistance 1S not only common *en;it>- *> tnat
Act of 1954. as amended, shall be "r mont'v not ,nrown but
ariminist..i-pd in oii/o ffoM in thoj.. alsc ancl more important a,
nrin cm I-s "tt of principle on which we When he was challenged regard
F H should not compromise j mS allegations that religious Jew,'
Previously. Sen. Kenneth Keat 'were being discriminated against
ing. New York Republican who is *"; ,Kea,Mng ,nt' nguage in Israel, he shouted Libel' and
a co-sponsor Of the Douglas-Keat- '"Jet",ei1 ,nis ?>' pul" charged Hatzofeh. daily newspaper,
ing amendment calling on the bng1l1t was '^milar in substance published by the Religious Party.'
President to deny foreign aid to t0. t.ne amendmen which he offer-iwith distortions. The Hatzefeh in
Arab states practicing discrimina-' e last yc?r dunng the dobate on an editorial Sunday
tory boycott and blockade pro- {Jjj m^aL^!^.a?Pr?PriatloM IPwmier Ben-Gurion;
cedures, announced that if the Sen-
ate Foreign Relations committee
doe.- not strike out a nullifying defea,ed aain '"'* year,
clause added by Chairman J. W.
Fulbright to this year's bill. "1
certainly shall make such a mo-
tion on the Senate floor, and I be-
lieve that Sen. Paul Douglas (III-
nois Demcorat) will support the
motion "
The wording of tNis year's
anti-bias clause was already un-
an editorial Sunday paid tribute toi
Premier Ben-Gurion as the i
I was defeated then on a try.s leadl po|lUca, fj but
' warned him aga.nst -assuming tf.e
mantle of setting the tone for the
ethical values of the Jewish peo-
ple."
At the final session of the Rab-
Rabbi Cassel to Speak
Rabbi Abraham Cassel. spiritual binical council of America convo-
leader of Torah Temple, will be cat_ion. Rabbi Israel Miller of New
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It was disclosed meanwhile, on
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Monday on a Reform synagogue in
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Nelson Glueck. president of the He-
brew Union College-Jewish Institute
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in Israel
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150 worshippers It will be housed j
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American School of Oriental Re-
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Poge 11-A
Cite Pope Pius' Efforts to Save Victims
ROME (JTA) The late Pope After the Nazis invaded Slova- fact the Jews are a "god-killing
Pius XII. head of the Holy See kia. in 1944, Rev. Cavall. stated, people/' The periodical declared
during the Hitler era. tried to save the Pope made one final effort. t. u _,_v .......,
Slovakian Jews from deportation -with particular attention to the "a. the Eieh.nann tna. I another
to the Nazi death camps, an artule lot of .lews in Slovakia and Hur form "f Jew,sh bUndness
New Hotel in
Oklahoma City
I in the Civilta Cattolica. official org-
.ir. Of the Italian Jesuits asserted
I in its latest issue. The importance
attributed to the article, written
, b\ a well-known priest. Rev. Fior-
gary. and nothing was left undone
or untried to bring them to com-
fort."-
The "frantic fringe" newspapers
ello Cavalli, was pointed up bv K f^uing largely anU-Se-
the fact that Osservatore Romano ,"" "', 'Ts are Be er .Wo.r1?' p,,.'v
official organ of the Vatican, de-
voted an entire page to it.
lished by some influential Jesuits,
and the Voice of Justice, published
at Turin. According to the Voice
In general, large sections of the "' Justice, the persecutions suf-
Catholic press, unofficial as well fered by Jews through many cen-
Jc.-.'. wearing sub-miniature Electroencephaioqiaph developed as official, have been paying much I turies were not undeserved, due
hy Ephrcdm Frei and Henryk Fischler at Ihe Weizmcnn Insti- j attention to the Jewish problem ,,(l ,ne Jewish "deicide" and the
lt..te of Science. Rehovoth, Israel. The apparatus is designed -nee the Eichmann case started, i
I e cord brain waves.
Weiimann Institute Unveils
New Type Brain Wave Machine
While most of the more responsible
Catholic press is sympathetic to
the sufferings of the Jewish vic-
tims of the holocaust, some Catho-
lic papers have used the Eichmann
trial to spread anti-Semitic floe
Irines. Such expressions, however, lcn scnoo, ls nmv l(ir reBisll.a.
arc in newspapers which more re-
Judea Nursery
Registration Set
Temple Judea nursery-kindergar- ,
sponsible Catholics consider part
>f the "frantic fringe."
By Special Report
lists and medical men to record;
brain waves without involving the
A pparatus lor recording daborate u.r.,._ gygtems now used
waves" in humans and ani- j;) conventional instruments. The
half has been developed at the absence oi connecton wires in the
mann institute of Science, new Rehovoth mad. instrument
, .... ,,. provides greater llexibility in the:
"Sub-lliniature Electroen- nUi.,uununU (i bni0 wavc, ]tj
t< -....graph (EEC), it is part ot ai,n makes jt possible tt investigate j
|r existing conventional system ion the subject under natural condi- i wak,*n Jew*' 70,000 of whom had
. linns already been deported by that
brain-wave recording which has nons. r j
. time, were reportedly taken by
lien greatly improved by scicn- Tnc main advantage of the in-j Pope Pius XII in 1943.
lists in the Electronics Department strument is its miniature size. One___________________________________
According to Civilta Cattolica,
Pope Pius XII called the Minis-
ter of Slovakia to the Vatican
in 1942, when the deportation of
the Slovakian Jews was an-
nounced, and insisted that the
oiders be revoked. Further steps
to save the remainder of the Slo-
Oi the Weizmann Institute.
of the smallest medictl instruments
The staff members concerned i kind ever produced.t can bej Tire ExeCUtlVe
slipped into a pecket and is wholly
tion for the fall term commencing]
Sept. 5.
Children who will he three years
old by Jan. 1. through kindergarten
age ..re eligible. Individual class '
(- are held for each age group.
Program includes music, arts,
and crafts, science, indoor and out-
door play, a well-planned readiness
program for the kindergarten, and
a Jewish orientation program cen-,
tered around the holidays.
For information and registration
the Temple office will be open
week days from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
)f the department,
khveiopment of the
Specks Here
Don Miller, vice president of the
INure Henrvk Fischler. engineer.,.
*d Pro? Ephra.m H. Frei head transistorized. Its overall dimen-,
Research and M0"5 ^e one ano onc-hali b> one
,,,_,.......,,. and one-sixth by cne and onequar-,
instrument ; B F Goodrich Co.. was in Miami
/ere made possible by a grant piv- u ^ m of
l bj the Bathshcha do Rothchild
the Miami-Dadc Chamber of Com-
'' I t J i'
the SHERATON-OKLAHOMA
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comfort and convenience. Top 'to
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{ Science in Israel. brain-wave apparatus, said that a morco.
number oi other medical electron-
He w a s introduced by Norton
International Con- "> "umenls are being deyel- p memblT 0f the board of
IdkaTltoSrJnks ^d at the Institute with the inter- thp MiamI.Dade chamber Better
departmental cooperation of van- Bug}nes8 Division, and president
ous departments. There is great 0, Nor(on Tire Cf) S(Hlth Florida
hope. n< >:ated. that these devices distnbu.or fcr B. F Goodrich
will help clinical tests and thereby {^rQs
be ol service to the medical profes-
sion. Speaking on 'Better Business In
the Sixties."' Miller emphasized
The tiny new EEG was shown
lil the fourth
f-e-ice on Med
held recently in New York. It is
usually a miniature transmitter
tlaeed directly on the head of
it-e subject under investigation.
!f*s lave been used as the ex-
perimental animals, but an even
Smaller unit is being built for
s-ceons.
Prof. Frei is also the co-inventor
that "though the national economy
Mrumont enables scien-
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+3m 1st, fUrkMan
Friday. August 4, \\i
Rabbi Podet Holds
Fri. Service Here
Rabbi Mordecai Podet. new
spiritual leader of Temple Judea.
will speak on "Not by Bread
Alone" at his first service Friday
evening. An Oncg Shabbat in his
honor will be'given by the Temple
olfieers and directors following the
services. Rabbi Podet *?ucCeeds
Rabbi Morns A Skop.
Temple Judea s new spiritual
leader is from New York City and
received a BA degree from West-
ern Reserve University He did
graduate work in philosophy at the
University of Chicago, and in Jew-
ish studies at seminaries in Chi-
cago and Cleveland.
His first pulpit was at Templt
Emanuel in Utiea, N.Y., where
he helped organize the Brother-
hood Council of Utica, an organ-
ization concerned with interfaith
and interracial relations.
He served with the U.S. Sixth
Fleet in the Mediterranean as a
Naval Reserve chaplain from 1952
to 1954. and then went to B'nai
Israel in Salt Lake City. I'tah.
where he remained lor sever,
years.
Rabbi Podet is married to the
former Norma C. D. Yonover.
daughter 0f Dr. Celia Davis and
the late Dr. Nafthali Yonover. of
Chicago. They have a son and a
daughter.
French Fighters
Terrorizing Jews
PARIS (JTA> The OAS, the
French underground organization
in Algiers, was reported here to'
fcave again bombed Jewish shops
and homes in Algeria, causing con-
siderable damage but no known
deaths.
A kosher butcher shop in the Bab-
El Oued section of Algiers was
blown up by OAS, as were a num-
ber of Jewish homes in the area.
The attacks were understood to
nave been made in reprisal against
participation by Jews in Algeria in
a recent Moslem strtke lor inde-
pendence from France, and also
against the Jews who have left
Algeria.
RABBI MOKDICAI PODET
Beth Shirah
Has Dedication
Rahbi Morris A. Skop will speak
on "The Blessings of Loyalty" at
dedication services on Friday eve-
ning of the newly-formed Temple
Beth Shirah ir. its temporary loca-
tion. Suniland Hall. 11539 So. Dixie
hwy. Cantor Herman Gottlieb will
chant the ritual and direct the ten-
voice choir, with Steve Kessler at
the organ.
Included in the service will be
the naming of Lawrence, new son
of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Kay. and
Mr. and Mrs. William Newman,
grandparents of the baby, will host
the Oneg Shabbat in his honor.
On Saturday morning. Rabbi
Skop will conduct services, and
officiate at the blessing of Bon-
nie, new daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Stephen Kessler. The Kesslers will
host the kiddush following the
ceremony.
Registration for Hebrew and
Sunday school at Beth Shirah will
start Sunday in the Temple head-
quarters at Suniland. and a Tem-
ple membership meeting will be
held Sunday at 8 p.m.
Rabbi Richter
At Dade Heights
Rabbi Harold Richter, formerly
of Beth Kodesh Synagogue, has
assumed the spiritual leadership of
the Dade Heights Jewish Congrega-
tion and wjl greet the congregation
in his first message Slalom: A
Greetim*3Mth Meaning.'' on*rrtday
evening.
Rabbi Richter. a native Chica-
soan. studied at the Hebrew Theo-
logical College in Chicago and at
the Mesifta Talmudic Seminary in
Brooklyn, where he was ordained.
He also studied at the University
of Illinois. Herzl College, Emman-
uel College, and at the University
cf Western Michigan.
Prior to his coming to the Miami
area. Rabbi Richter held pulpits
at Nanticoke. Pa.. Olyphant. Pa.,
and South Haven. Mich. For the
past year he ha* served as spiritual
leader of the newly-established
Beth Kodesh in South Miami
Heights.
In his new post. Rabbi Richter
will also serve as education di-
rector of the Dade Heights reiigious
school.
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Rabbi Abraham Strassfeld will
officiate at the first High Holy
Days services of Congregation Etz
Chaim at 1544 Washington ave.
He will he assisted by Cantor
Samuel Arlen.
Seat reservations for the High
Holy Days can be made at the
congregation daily from 8 to 9
a.m., 12 to 2 p.m., and 7 to 9 p.m..
or at the Miami Hebrew Book
Store. 1585 Washington ave.
Officers of the congregation are
Jacob Silbovitz. president: Norman
Kaplan and Morris Brafman. past
presidents: Morris Salit and Sam-
uel I.enovitz, treasurers; Samuel
Arlen. gabbei: Rabbi Goldberg, re-
cording secretary: Alex Kleiman.
chairman of the board; Seymour
Zucker. secretary: Harry Berlin-
sky. Aaron Hartman. Max Steier
and Dave Sokolski. trustees.
Cantor Hinkes
Due at Zamora
Cantor Seymour Hinkes, Of Mi-
ami will serve al Temple Zamora.
Coral Gables, this coming year.
acci rdinj I an announcement by
Monte K. Rassner, president.
A graduate of the University of
Miami and formerly of Temple
B'nai Sbolom, Opa-Locka. Cantor
Hinkes will assume his duties at
the midnight Selichot services on
Saturday. Sept. 2.
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Milton Wemer. president. Miami
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1961
-.

+J**isti Her Mian
Page 13-A
Mayings of fathers
Vuh
tud.
Chap. V:l'
:en sayings the world was j
What does this teach us-
,. not hai e been created I
W tavmg.' ft is to mah,e
, the famishment that will r
the wick\el ii"ho dwtroy 'he =
that ted5 created aith ten |
mp, U well as the goodly re- I
\d :i-at will be bestowed upon =
;u5t who pre erte the world
|, u is createJ With ten sayingi. I
. *
Verse 14
rhere are jour \inds of tempers
m ,m u is ca^: to provoke and |
to pacify. his los.t disappears I
\hu '-i". h< whom ic i) harJ to .
,i gnd h ird f pacify, his
his loss, he I
K ;, hard tD profile and
; sjriu. he u'hom
/ juj hard to
I ian.
*
futilities in di- I
he tiho (pick IMI '::: :.'.'
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difficulty
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Xife
The Moon Was a Guide
To Ancient Jewish Calendar

.:;:.i for -
in evil portion.

By RABBI MORRIS A. SKQP
Temple Beth Shirah
This week, Jewish people
throughout the world will welcome
the New Month of Elul which sets
the mood for the approaching
High Holy Days which will launch
the Jewish religious year 5722, to
be ushered in on the eve of Sept.
10, marking Rosh Hashona. Th'
Jewish religious calendar is based
upon the cycle of the moon and in-
dicates the Jewish Rosh Chodesh
the new Hebrew month. The moon
occupied an important place in the
life of our ancestors in ancient
Palestine. It was 'heir guide to
the Hebrew calendar. They count-
ed months and days by the moon
and often made appointments de-
pending on the appearar.ee of the
tiniest crescent, which meant the
beginning of at) ither month. The
new moon was welcomed with a
special prayer and was announced
with the blowing of the Shofar and
with fire signals
s
c r v t c e s
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4GUOATH ISRAEL. 7S01 Carlyle ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Er I ,-.
Friday IMS p.m. Saturday x:::o a.m. I
Si-i iniiii: "Kabblnlc Institution!."
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NSHE EMES.
Coneervative.
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2533 SW I9tn ave.
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BETH DAVID. 2825 SW 3rd ave. Con-
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Cantor William W. L .> >n
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Rabbi Solomcn Seru'f

BETH EMETH. 1Z2S3 NW 2nd ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Max Shapiro.
Cantor Hyman pain.
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,i i 'i iplinr I IN i V i ir lu 9 a.i
BETH ISRAEL
tnooox. Kaooi
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ave. Ortnodax. Raoo T or Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamohaa.
// you can't have what you want,
want what you can have.
mv CABIROI
*
A poor man can be as sensuous
about his .Ir-. morsel of bread Us j
rich man about hi sumptuous mea
IIPK1N.
Hi- u : -'.. : 10 :...'. little.
MOSI s I HAL.

Word i C ilumns
( of sun :' a
Washington dustv U'mJ [ibid
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- H MAS. BRATZLAV
C0 Pralr.e ave. Or-
RABBI MORRIS SKOf
.. dawn of tlol
BETH KODESH, "ojl Qui'l Roost dr.
Rabbi Harold Reiner
BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave
Orthodox. Julius Saoero. president.
\ :,; e -.">- i U-:'-.- but.
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creation


The power to announce the new month was vested in persons of au-
thority. At the time of the First Temple, built by Kimj Solomon, most
likely the High Priest or King had this power. In the days of the Second
Temple, we know definitely that the Sanhedrin announced the New Moon
and set the dates of the holidays. The Sanhedrin was both the Supreme
Court and the legislative body of the Jewish nation at that time.
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BETH TFILAH. 935 E-.i-!id ave. Or
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
-
BETH TORAH -64tn st. and NE 11th
ave. Conservative Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
I l-Ylila> '. r. p "Port i"!>
r I of ii"- u K Skil I v 13 a.m.
Alter the warm -ummer months ol ram muz and Av, tne mood ot Mlu, ha ,, .,
relaxation and rest lives way to expectancy and hope as a new religious ..T- VT^ ....... ..
j >. .i. .u t u l i j j r i CONGREGAT.ON ETZ CHAIM. 1544
year dawns. While the other Jewish holidays and festivals commemo- Washington av-. orthodox. Rabbi
rate great historical events. Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur are occa- Abraham strassfeid.
Friday 6:4." p.m. Saturdas 8:50 a.m.
ward c "I-'
et-ervthi .
on-
- tying
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dott'i i
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SPINOZA. :_
No man can b? wise against his .
own Wishful dimming. \\ik:ii
sions devoted to prayer and self-inventory and serious thought about
life and its meaning. Observant Jews take stock of their ideals and ;
deeds. The customs and ceremonies, accordingly, are the kind which
promote thoughts about religion and God and about relations with one's
fellowmen. On the High Holy Days. Jewish people strive to acquire
new ideas and new hopes to face the new year in the offing As the New
Moon of Elul beckons, we begin to feel the mood of the sacred holy day
season.
Reservations are being made for memberships in temples and syna-
gogues. Shofar-blowers axe rehearsing the Shofar sounds, and rabbis
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Sam-
uel April. Cantor Gershon Levin.
Friday 7 p.m Saturdaj : a.m Ba
Mitavah: Daniel, son of Mr. ami Mrs
Ivoula i'..in r.
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DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
i,i.i is 11:38 p.m Sermon: "Shalom:
A Ureetlna with Meaning." Saturday
>i Mr.
i
4
and cantors are busy preparing their sermons and musical renditions '|i'x\ !'Y^''kk k vfe'*"' S
of the special High Holy Day ritual, which have been so meaningful in
interpreting Jewish teachings and ideals of our noble heritage.
By RABBI SAMUEL FOX
What is "Piyyur?
The Hebrew term "Piyyut" is
related to the Greek term "Poet"
and is the generic term used to-
designate many Hebrew pcems or
poetry which were composed for
us.e in the synagogue since the
aarly centuries cf the Common
Era. These poems were composed
by rabbis, cantors and scholars
throughout many centuries and
were added to the prayer book ev
pecially for use during festivals


This pane is prepared in CO-
- operation With the Spiritual Lead-
: t-r.s ,/' the Greater Miami Rjbbm-
j cal Assn.
RABHI MAX A 1 IPSCHtTZ
CoorJim: ir
Contributor:
RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF
Lien.s of Wisdom
;ii;niiiniii'iiniiaPM^Wi
and fast days when there was : Vllf Was instituted to give popular
more time, or more need for extra 'JIMk,rstandini oi lue .^oadic lit-
"The Beia!i! Museum
no! only Jewish art that has
its place in this house, but
paintings from medieval to
pr- times, ceramic ware of
^nt cultures in the world as a
even the productions
:niitive tribes in Africa can
hi In the museum.
prayers beside the original stan-
dard prayers which, to this day.
form the core of our liturgy.
erature.
*
Where did this poetic activity first
begin?
Why were these poems composed?
A number of reasons are ad-
vanced fur this. Some claim that
ihis was due to a historical tradi-
tion which called for some degree
of freshness and spontaniety in
prayer, the a'm being, not to allow
the practice of prayer to become
:,,:.l.ed stereotype activity. Others siml.ltane()U,1 both areas
! claim that the growth and (level-
fe Bezalel museum is the oldest opment of the institution of "l'iy
kum in lsraei. It was founded yut" had its crigin in the various
There is a difference ot opinion
among later scholars and histoi-
tts as to whether Babylonia or
Palestine was the f.r-t place where
"Piyyut" was composed. These,
of course, were the early mam
centers of Jewish lil and it might
even be that "Piyyut" developed
FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Rabbi Gerald
Lerer. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
Frlilay l:S9 p.m Saturdaj :> a.m.
Min. ha 8:JO p.it
HEBREW ACADEMY. B18 6th it. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross.
a-----
HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON-
GREGATION. 1190 W. 68th st.. Hla-
leah.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.
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ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 2Sth
ter. Conservat:ve. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohan.
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ava.
Orthodox. Raooi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th ave. Traditional. Can-
tor Fred Bernstein.
----
OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weberman
-----a-----
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins ave. Cantor S. Nachmias.
Saturday 8:30 a.m. Sermon: Remem-
ber Forget Not." Mincha 6 p.m.
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
at. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
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TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025
NE 183rd' St.. Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Max Zucker.
HYldaj 8:13 | .......m "The I n
llnarj an I not I I "'>
s uur a.i lai Mluvah: Ronnie,
son of Mi .ni.l Mi Brool
----
TEMPLE -3STH A /. 'iS50 N. Kendall
dr.t S.-Miami. Reform Rabhl Herbert
Baumg.ird Cantor Charles Kodner.
r i-ldaj T 30 > m
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Harry
L. Lawrence.
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TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Waahino-
tan ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch Adler.
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TEMPLE iSRkc. '37 MB 19th at
Reform. Rab0: Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacoo Bornstem.
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TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podat.
Friday *:!" p.m. Sermon: "Not by
Bread Alone. Candle Blessing by
Mrs. George Balber, chairman ^ister-
huod d in honor of Rabbi I'odet.
----
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Maver Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
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TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th at. ana
Tatum Waterway. Mooern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Samuel Oombera.
----
TEMPLE SINAI NU. MIAMI. 12100
NE 15th ave. Reform. Haobi Benno
M. Wallach.
Friday B:IS p.m. Sermon: "Repent-
ance and Charity."
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 61
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Leo Heim.
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TEMPLE ZAMORa. 44 Zamora ave.
Conservative. Raobi B. Leon Hurwitz.
i .i.ia> ; p.in Saturday v4.". a.m.

TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb.
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Can-
tor Albert Glantz.
i-ri.i:i> v:i'> p.m Se mon: "New
rremls In American Judaism." Oneg
S'nabbal hoata Slste h io I. Saturday
' a.m. Sermon "WUdom ot the Por-
tion of the W .
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YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu.
|. i,|;i g;li p.n -.: i 'I'll. 'i lll-
Ins >..i-..ii lay 9 a m. Bar
Mitavah: Ronnie, M>n oi Mr. and Mrs.
11. iv.1 Hukit-rin
VOUNQ ISRAEL.
Ortnor"ix. hjjii
990 NE
9^erwn"
171st at
Staubar.
TEMPLE B=TH EL
WOOD. 1351 S. 14
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
OF
ave.
'Painting Party' af Museum
"Painting parly" will be held at
years ago by Prof. Boris oersecutions through which the
Jewish people lived.
lay the museum possesses! These scholars claim that "Ply-1
paintings and over 35.000 !yul- was instituted at the time |
"I -i plus art. The library that despotic monarchs either in,
' museum contains as well
books.
blished by Brit Ivrit Olamit)
*
Why is
guett
it customary
the
to give a
H^hX.' the Museum oi Science and Natural
History 320 So. Miami ave.. on Sun-
------ day from 1 to 3 p.m. Participants
T.!:.Lf,JELH o'"X SRecr uill create an original painting.
truetlonlet. Rabbi Morns Skop. Pven if they never painted before,
Cantor Herman Gottlieb. j ,ir"..,, ., a'raidhl line ie-
H-iduj v." p Sermon: "The Bleaa 01 cant ctra\\ a .s t.until nne, ac
of Lny.itt; i.ivM.ii.'. ne cording to Mis* Conni dordon, local
Kaj will
H.
lh.(
strivei to attain tlmt
! not for him loses that
was intended for him.
4:176a
Persia or Rome forbade the study
of the Torah. Since the rabbis
were prohibited from preaching
sermons, they incorporated cer-
tain sermonic teachings into the
liturgy as wrll as certain lessons
f-oncr of leading in on ( Mr.
the Grace? ,.,| \.,., \i...... Newman, gramlpar-
enta of Lawrence Kay. Saturdaj
Jermon: "When I 'eoph
. i i\. \ ision i;. nirie, io w da us h -
>, t ot M Mr- Stephen Keaalei
will be b'essed Ktdduah hosts; Mr.
This, likewise, came about in the
days when the leader of the Grace
was the only ore v.ho recited It.
If the guest recites the Grace, be ">' Ml K .
includes a special blessing for the
host, which is not in place were
the host to lead the Grace himself.
.Now, of course, when everyone of
artist in
function.
charge of the afternoon
n;ii;iiii::ii:!''r I
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative
Kri la) s p.m lue -t speaker, B<
Salter. Saturdaj 9 a in.
V
giving the laws and the philosophy \ the group recites the Grace him-
lesson. Some claim that the 'Piy- host in ins individual prayers.
rEMPLE BETH SMOLOM. 4144 Chas.
ave. Liberal Kaobi L "O" Krcnish
Cantor Davio Convlsc

TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
ANDLEUGMING TIM*
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Browsing With Books: By HILARY MjNDUjj
Stories That Might Have Produced Complete Novels
THE GROVE. By Burton Bernstein. 171 pp. New York:
McGraw-Hill. $4.50.
in exactly one and on h ill weeks you will find in the
' bookstorea a gentle little volume by "New Yorker"
writer liurtiin Bernstein. "As far back as I tan remem-
ber," be begins, "my family and I spent our summers in
a small Massachusetts town called Sharmon, beside a
black and blue deep-water lake, Lake Massasoll My
family and aboul a dozen tthers lived In a niche of the
lake shore called the Grove they are whal this book
is abouj "'M:l:' his
rel I in some cases leftness |
t New Yorker" stories, these
jh famil) life maintain a deli
humor and serious, sad sociological obaerval
Heavier hands might have seized OH tb
format as an ideal way to present Jews in Amer
microcosm, to make the Grove stand for the countr;
turn its summer inhabitants and warm-weather a
i mo weighty symbols of the grosser foibles I
ish community life. Mr. Bernstein's phistication esc
United Nations Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON
Diary of a Mid-Summer Week at UN
I fnite I Nations i
11JHEN "NOTHING" is happen
ing hew are That's an old
adage around here These are I Ik
days when "nothing" seems to be
happening enjoining caution.
Mere are some signs
Sunday: Oil; llammai-kjold re
turns from Genci |, les imme
dintely i> his 38th floor office to work on "routine"
mailers Among the presumably commonplace la-
bors the planning of i trip to Cairo, "for a couple
of days." .lusl routine, says his spokesman. V\.>
have many operations there," says Dag. Unspoken
are these matters: l- Nasser going to call in the
near future for the withdrawal of the United Na-
'

.
Overseas Newsletter. By EUAHU SAIPETER
A Rocket Backfires
Jerusalem
ANYBODY READING the Israeli
** papers or listening to the Israel
Radio might nave thought that
tin- country succeeded to heat
America and Russia to the moon
The neu about the dispatch ol .in
Israel meteorological rocket to the
heig'u ul > miles received the
same accolade in the Israel press as the feat of the
astronaut in the American press
The big difference u is of course .that while the
American's brief lump into niter space was preceded
by the mil orbil made bj Russia's Yuri Gagrrin, Is-
rael's enemj No l, Egypt, .lid not manage to re
ih.it stage where il "' i think of sending a rocket
of its own into Ihe skies \: i therebj hangs a tale
and also a source for son sm in the Israel
press
it appears thai t'ol Nasser as always, was look-
ing around for some prestige loosters Whal better
and less dangerous could there be in Ihe Space Age
than creating the impression thai the "Great Egyp-
tian Republic" has (oine i the Space Club? One
could noi expect, ol course thai Egyptian scientists
should pul up an artificial satellite in the skies
However, someone in Cairo, apparently, cot the
brilliant Idea aboul meteorological rockets. They
van be purchased from commercial manufacturers
They are nol very expensive; and. in view of the
remote American hopes to win" Nasser away from
the Soviets, Washington might even be so naive as i
be happy that Nasser chose the United States in
stead of Russia to buj those rockets
And, of course, once the rockets are fired from
Egyptian soil, they are Egyptian rockets no matter
who made them and who fired them, and the Arabs
in Baghdad and Jerusalem, Damascus and Jeddah,
just like the Arabs in th coffee houses ol Cairo, can
onl) gape in admiration yel another heroic act
performed by glorious Ibdel Nasser
\- it turned out, Nasser's calculations were al-
most perfect!> correct The Americans were only
in*, happj to approve the sale ol those rockets I i
Nasser who. as il seems l i be indicated by the Amer
lean claim thai su trances have been re-
ceived thai the rockets w u4d be used for meteoi i
logical research only, this time forgot about his
usual boasts thai he : : accepts any conditions
However. Nasser did noi foresee Israel's tide of the
picture
Since, however. American newspapermen ap-
parently knew of Nasser's efforts to buy rockets m
America and lire them off on July 23. i| is widely
speculated that Israeli Circles were aware of it. too
The "traditional secrecy of Israel authorities
now. however, seem to backfire Not having indi-
cated that Egypt was iboul read) to gel its Ameri-
can rockets and tire them off. Israel "succeeded"
m supporting those who ... interested to ere He
impression th..' Washington was onl) "restoring
balance" by giving aiSo to Egypt. Thu>"!
actuallj : counteract am -or -
ests against the sale >f Vnencan rockets to Egypt
Ihe
Israeli secrecy
. Emergency Force? Vre some new nj-
plans in regard to the Arab r; js? No one -
- i; ing But caution is the ward.
Monday: Word reaches here that Eiammarskj
has asked Augusl I.indt, Switzerland's Ambassad
to Washington, to go to the Middle East, to see i--
he cannot help work out a new approach to the \r >
refugee problem. It's understood that Presid
Kennedy would like Lindt to undertake such a task
Lindl used to be UN High Commissioner for Ref-
ugees. That agency has no responsibility for Arab
rel igees is concerned only with refugees from
other areas. Nevertheless. I.indt understands the
nil refugee problem. But Limit has turned Dag
down and. inferentially. Kennedy too He feels he
would not get anywhere on this issue at this time.
Tuesday: There is another idea ..bout refugees
The suggestion is made that the moribund Pelestine
Conciliation Commission undertake the task re-
jected by Lindt. A UN spokesman says there ire
no plans for the PCC to go to the Middle East to
take a look at the issue on the spot. But it is known
that Washington wants the PCC to travel. The
U.S.A. is one of the PCC's three members the
others being France and Turkey. Will the PCC
pack its bags? The answer is: Wait and see.
Wednesday: Israel's standing In the world's
scientific community is recognized. The L'N an-
nounces detailed plans for a Conference on New
Sources of Energy to be held under :!s auspices at
Koine on Aug. 21 to 31. New source- ot ,;-,er^> in-
clude geothermal energy, solar energy energ)
winds, other non-conventional -ources. Countries
that have tew rivers or lack great financial re-
sources for developing other, conventional .-.'urc.->
ol energy, need these potential new sources
The IN Technical \-- jram -
this Rome coi
nd expert.- t Rome r UN i
wships" i v. .: i
1 r : Nol one At ab c I among
owsbips rhe largesl
si given to two eo
\ the expert- .
; confer thret lsra .-
ther ecu:::- .
Thursday: The Al
added a new gimmick An \: i
a Palestinian refugee his .. \
- that he :-
United Nations
De i gation Whon
No one knows u ho is >.
ne a;- tund hei
::: Argentina, left Buen is
Peron was kicked out u .
tion?" N i one know -
Friday: To.i.n .
mm It :s erei 5hab
the week are the -
bhabbat.
Mother in Israel:
ANITA NGLI
a ca! les waft o\ ;t
ight breezes off I

:r
that
look again and one sees that severs!
_'s are reminiscent of -auations which t r .
lovels The vignette of Robert Kurtz
ito lUgh Exeter. Harvard, the '
law firm and on up right straight out of his Jewish
one; "Mad Eddie." this one about a kid leav
ihrough the downward end. is another; an |
the many .iuracters Abraham Slobodkin. |
l n Huttmann. the Morris Feins all ol
I like a combination of Hyman Kaplan with fit
irs of night school and anybody from "S
S) while th? chapters are amusing and 50m
;. are not unique. One greets then .
warmth of recognition; and yet it is their very fam I
b dulls them. If there is a best story. I thin!
be the called "Mr. Clarke." a beautiful!) u
"i the eighty-year-old narrr.
tigoted handyman.
' j i tight 'k with an authentic rir.j. '
i \ :il : is in the promise of depth to c; ,..,
future from its >ung author.

Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
On Summer Painters
yiTH SUMMER here, now .
time for all good men
own to the art store, gel
ibes of oi! and paint. Just
our easel under the hickors
nd enjoy yourself.
There are indications that paint-
ng is on the road of becoming ij
opular a pastime as tennis
gou Age nol matter. You can begin pa nl
at f:v. as Picasso did. or at seventy when
ma Moses first took to the brush. With modem
painting, too il is not necessary to know hew to
Iran You iraw your breath. That's enough )
' [in with
! can ml) ipeak of course as an amateur
in, the only thing I could draw was in :
snee and l am nol i sure that I was good a;
It's a hard road, but .ion'; give up. Edwar
Robinson, Jhe movie star, who recently sta
a iwn as an an
';- says, that he can al
is paint when h
pictur
! ask v. iai tl
You resenl naturall) How s
t is? You b >gan a
it it is '.'
food Jew wrapped -
the It
tions. S
i thai
sunsel
-
- mts to kr
rhen ;
your pa
- : Secret! h .....
lorrl
.. .
i at the I is enthus
is ated in the- i.
corner. But you know of course; it'< a -
' : > are nmers They /.: in
Jtid murmur. "Um."
They Had Piggy
A FEW months ago some
^* an Insignificant little hill near . dod. on the verge of the Negei
clay jar the shape oi a chiantil
bottle protruding from the earth I
took the jar to the Depart men! f i
tiquities in Jerusalem, where it was ex-
amined and found to be a "pic-'v bank'
filled with silver coins.
According to the date on the coins.
buried some time around 312 B.C.E. This wras only 11
year.- after the death of Alexander the Great His generals
were still fighting each other for bis vast empire v
a generation of exhausting warfare by land and sea
volvmg the greatest battles which had ever been fou
') European armies, Alexander's empire fell into
i divisions: Europe. Asia and Africa Each of these
- ruled by one oi bis generals, or his sue."--
Hostilities never ceased between the rival dynasties
' and Asia Palestine lay between them v
ii i>- been her fate 3 ie begipsung x power poJ
Banks Way Back Then, Too
'' I E 1-- ib mtinually being im i
'ere lb) ie side or anotfa i
[! was '' '' lo iting -.: her- that 'he ittl
' ,; 'y-'a its fortune in sib i was ni Iden dee;
i hill on the border of the Negev, The hoard C0nsi3
'' ;lvi:" --tie tetradrachma, some minted
himself, tthers issued later by bis j<
- ill had the bea \ sxander on them
be most pou 'rail means of propaganda in thos
,ri each, of the generals wanted to create the im;
'' '" was the rightful heM- of the great conqueror
Each tetradrachmawhich is the sue of a fifi
..-'-would have been worth the quite considerab
of 5 pounds sterling in those Jays, obviouslv. the
B pigg) bank was a war profiteer But who
Well. Mr L V Rahmani. keeper of coins at the Dep-
ot Antiquities, has an answer to that too. For what
the board of nich unique interestin fact, there -
1 '"'<- example like Itis the fact '-hat a nu::
have initials and names scratched on them W
g Is Aramaic (Hebrew). The names are Nabs W


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NOTICE U vDER
f CT'-lOUS NAME LAW
- HEREBY GIVEN
n c." i rii is ti n-..u. .:.
.-" : Itloua nam< i i
MAi .- RHi l> 121 N Miami Ay, -
nue, i to regiatei said
Clc i of thi Circuit
r Bade Ci my. Florida
HARRY i IREN and
MAXWELL OREN,
i .. 11 ni i ship
VICTt R I.IVINK
Attoi r.i j fi i Hai rj i in n and
Maxwell i '! n, Part n< rahlp
7 M-21-S8, 8 i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thi,t
thi nderalgned, desiring to engagi In
business .in.Ui tin fictitious Ban.....I
MIAMI MOON CREOLES CO
MOON'S CREOLES; MIAMI MOON
CREOLES TROPICANA TAFFY;
FLORIDA SALT WATER TAFFY at
2300 N W ih .-:.. t, Miami, Florida
Intendi ti register .-.iiii names with
th<- Cirk ol ihi- Circuit Court of Dad<
County, Flot Ida.
LAUR '. LEE CANDIES, INC.
KOVNER & MANNHE1MER
Attorneys for Lam;, Lei Candlea, In,
7 21-28, 8/4-11
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N : IS HEREBY GIVEN that
thi ideraigned, desiring to engage In
i ..-in.-- under the fictitious name of
M;. i NALD CLEANERS at (850
Dixii Highway, South Miami,
> ni, mis to regiater said name
with thi Clerk i.f the Circuit i"..urt
, i i ''ounty, Kloi iiia.
Mai Donald Imperial Cleaner*, Inc.
Bj Hugh Bennett, President
Attest Ann, M. Jaskewics, Secretary
b'Ti iN! .v BITTEL
Attorney* f< : MacDonald
Inxpei ..: 7 I 1-21-38, 8/4
NCTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
E is HEREBY GUVEN that
I' Lgned, deairlng to i ngag i I
ndei thi fictitious nami of
VCE 8ERVICENTER at B38S
i ii..,1 Miami, I'.ui, County.
.. Inti idi u register .-.... name
k ..( ih. Circuit i' urt
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DAVID ZEL1GMAN
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD'OAL CIRCU T CF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR CADE
COUNTS IN CHANCERY,
No. f,C 7291
I NEVIEVE .lCl.lA PARR COOK,
1 laintiff,
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LBO JOSEPH C< 'i'K.
1', fi ndant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: LEO J< .-il'll Ct K
You 1 > '< s '.I'll ci lOK an here-
I v notified t lat a B1U of Coi
for Dlvorc* haa bei n filgd agi Inal
v. ,. and you an nKP Ired ti > <
^opy of youi Answei oi Pleading to
thi Bill of Ci ii lain! i n lh- plaintiff's
Attorney, WE1NSTE1N A Wl IN-
STEIN, '- '. Ii ;' !:' "l
Bi ach 39, 1- i i da and fill thi Iginal
Anawi I Ol I .. r.i-- ir, :hi offici of
thi Clera ol I he i Circuit Court
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
thi undersigned, dealrlng to engagi In
business under th fictitious nan.. .:
DOLAN'S TAVERN at 57S2 S.W. 8th
Street, Miami, RTa., Intend to regiatei
. with tin Clerk of thi
<.i I laiii i 'ount). Floi Ida
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NOTICE UNDER
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NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN that
thi ui -. ned, ( airing ngagi
thi fictitious nami i I
ALBER1 s l.j.lK FLAME BAR I :
i 11 Ba 1 k vi e, Opa Locka,
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ly, Florida, within .-i\ calendar
months from mi date of she fii-i
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DAVID RICHARDS
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iN THE CIRCUIT COURT.
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUiT.
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 61C 4135
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Y. v. VRCELLNO SUAREZ. c/o
Suan z, 171 Eaqulna I >.
Havana, Cuba, are v, iniiri-d
answer to t hi complaint
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rt .. ii,'. rve a copy then of
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LEATHERMAN
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Oc
FLOR'DA IN AND FOR CADE
COUNTV IN CHANCERY.
Nc 61C-S233
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NOTICE OF
.-. AREhiOUSEMAN'S SALE
- HEREBY GIVEN
I Chapter 678 < -f I .
.-....- tated i ii-411. Ware-
hi > Wan houai Rei
E-R.B VAN LINKS. INC.,
rpornl on, by virtue of its
i,. n. has iii i:s possession
thi folli h ng ... sci Ibi il propertj .
:.. Go ida As th<- property
.. i iabli a, Fla ind that
. r, thi 28th daj ..f August, 1961, dur-
tai in,ins of sale, mainly
betweei 1:00 foren.....i ami 2:00 in th-
afternocn at 2136 N.w. 24th Avenue,
Miami, Florida, thi undersigned shall
in. to thi highest bidder for
cash In hand the abovi described
the property of Mrs. p
H Can is. 176 Glralda Avenue,
i oral i".aiiis. Fla.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this Slat
da) of J 961
Al i '. B VAN LINKS. INC
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NOTICE UNDER
F CITIOUS NAME LAW
Nt T E Is HEREBY GIVEN that
signed, dealrlng to engage In
undei the fictitious name "f
UNITY TOURS at vsil S.W
Tei ....:: '..".. I-la., Intends t"
: ami with tiu I'K rk "f
Court of I ladi County,
ED M GRECK
7 21-28. v-l-ll
NCTICE UNDER
- CTITIOUS NAME LAW
Is HEREBY GIVEN that
ned di ring to engage in
; he fictitious name of
S rt H'RS al 8841 S \S 13
', 5, Fla.: inti nda to reg
. a th i hi i rk ..i ih"
Dade i 'ounty, Florida
DM GRECK
7 21-28, i n
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c CT TIOUS NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
.i ,i. nil .ii^ to engagi in
,: ih. fictitious name (
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Friday, Augur-' 4,
At Any
Cost
By MAX LERNER
Catholics Deny Church Favored Nazh
1 1 naenniiv hut raise 'or tncusanas of Jew?
.metimes the historic ternary are made Jf ^fb'^S Brailon was .til! poss
issues for the era. I oun. among ^^nS^itUorl he made 3,C:0 permits
ssador Menshikov al a cocktail party in Washington just.before n Hc
home ior consultations. The American people, he .aid, mil
Some
great
Amba
went ho
fight for Berlin
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mes to give moral and spiritual
comfort, and priests were notified
0 enable them to give the sacra-
i its secretly to Catholic Jews.
The statement stressed that the
agency obtained emigration visas
for thousands of Jews when emi-
ib'e. "Brazil
ava:lable to
Holy See, but
the project was thwarted when
the Nazis stoppid all Jewish de-
also ob-
11 which
as indi
These
continued. "The agency
aincd sitioi ''"' J<*ws
;hCy could be classified
.pensible for the war effort,
reilel measures were personally
Upen sed > Bishop .later Card*
,, ,r, preysing. Moreover, he
.,.,... ,0 approve the segregation
,, catholit lews from other Catho-
iicg j, ,.; or vv>\;<->- worship or
in dispensation < the sacraments.
,,,.,. ., .. 1 firmed individual Jew-
ish Catholic! U his own home and
....;,. j with private funds.
it
st
raeli government for
lives," the statement
mad
that the Jewish lominu
lin acknowledged Card
Preysing in a memoi;
ay "a protector and bul
friend of humanitv."
y of B
'"'luno.;
"k. a tn
to under.*'
design ol world communism.
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YPT WF SHALL HAVE to Lee the showdown question that Am
gJSSUS^nSSd! *as m a group the other night whet.the
Berlin was worth going to war ior
the people in the room to be literate, decent minded and
I assumed that we were all part of the same intellectual
conversation turned on whether
knew most of t
ESS"- Vnet mor7t'h^ h'alf of them said th.1 a ,
worth the risk ol nuclear war because, given their record, the Germans
could Stew m their own juices.
Even more important, some went on to say that no issue was worth
a nuclear war-not even the defense of the United States itself Since
nuclear war spells total annihilation, they reasoned, let us stay alive at
any costeven the co-l of Communist world domination.
] can understand the skepticism about the Germans. The memory
"Frequently Jews dratted for
toned labor in war industries got
better jobs through the agency's
efforts, in plants w .iere the owners
or foremen were known to be hu-
mane person-.' the statement
treat mi
Lu( kn< r. also am sted and tortured
n, H concentration camp, she i>
Pov. .,. sti II of the Central As-
sociation ol German Catholic Chari-
ties in Freiburgen-Brcisgau. Re-
11 ntlj she was honored by the Is-
N.Y. Town Appeals Court
Ruling on Orthodox Jews
n( what thev did under Hitler obtrudes itself into anv discussion of Ber-1
S But1 was dismayed a. the whole drift ol the talk, and especially The town hoard
at the idea that when weapons are so terrible it is better to let the C on,- las. wefk to S4 t
SPRING VALLEY. N.Y.(JTA)
of Kamapo voted
The ultra-Orthodox Jews voted
last Hus -r' tj incorporate their
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Closed Saturda.j
k an appeal from village bul ttu Ramapo town board
muniStS have the.r way on any issue than die in defense of something.
a New York State Supreme Court
decision ordering the Kockland
county town to permit incorpor-
ation of the village ol New Square
by its more than 500 Chassidh
Jew s,
had refused t<. deliver a certificate
ol the vot< 10 Albany.
The Chassijdii began moving to
this semi-rural area seven years
ago from ib< Wi'liamsburg section
ol Brooklyn to escape the intrusion
The town board instructed its at
torney, David Moses, 10 appeal the of new houua* developments there
July decision of Supreme Court ;-,l!l *t:!< 1h<" leaders called tIn-
justice John P. Donohue. who corrupting influences cleared the wa> for the necessary citj lift Kamapo town officials
I BRING THIS VP because 1 think it is a widespread feeling. I used
to think that civilizations have died chiefly through rigidity. I thought
they died because some master-class was too bent on holding onto its
master-institution, and couldn't change to meet changing needs 1 should
now shift my emphasis and say that il America and ihe tree world go
clown, it will'be through sheer failure ol nerve.
You will recall that the term -failure of nerve" was first used by
Gilbert Murrav in speaking of the downtall ol Greece. 1 use it to mean
the failure of belief in a soeiety and its institution strong enough to over-
come the fear of life itself, tilm-j of village maps and docu- had charged that the village want-
Most people, especially the tender minded. I ail to understand that will | nu-nts with the New York Seer e-led to evade Ramapo zoning ordin-l
if the essence of any society. It was through energy and will that Amen- tary of Slate in Albany. | ances.
came became what it isand Russia, too. In a Jife-and-death contest .--------------_---------__----------:_________________________________________________
between two global faiths, the one without the will to survive will go I
down however wealthy, clever, enlightened, and humanistic it may be.
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WE TALK OE the "balance of terror'the idea that neither camp
will dare use nuclear weapons. But there is growing disquiet now. Sup-
pose the Communist world leaders decide that this is the moment for
putting on all the heat they have, whether at Berlin or elsewhere. If
the free world gives way because of fear to the terror weapons, you no
longer have a balance.
The balance of terror doesn't operate if one side dares envisage the
use of the weapons, while the people on the other side refuse to light.
They become quite literally unnerved. This is what the Russians are
basing their calculations upon. They are taking into account the bumani-
tarianism of the free world. Khrushchev believes that on a battleground
like Berlin, which carries with it out of the past al) the hated associations
of Hitlerism. neither the U.S. nor its partners in Western Europe will
fight. Once he has won a victory there, each successive victory alter
that should be more and more possible.
I NEED SCARCELY SAY that this is not a celebration or a defense
of war. For 15 years 1 have written of the wasteland that nuclear war
would hring. I don't believe that weapons ever solve any problem
except the problem of being destroyed by opposing weapons. The real
solutions come elsewhere. They come Irom work and creativeness. ce-
mented by belief embodied in law. I feel there can be no real solutions
until the shadow not only of nuclear weapons but also of world domina-
tion h::s been removed, and some collective world force within the frame
of world law has been established.
But until that time comes, there can be no freedom lor the free world
unless its peopli learn how to stand together, even lor a symbol as un-
popular as Berlin Nor can they survive unless they decide that what
they believe deeply is worth working for, worth negotiating for, and
il all else fails- worth fighting for.
Man's destiny is going to be tragic enough under the best circum-
stances. But we need not make it pathetic by a failure ol nerve.
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by ISABEL GROVE
viith only her senior year at Miami Beach Hi^.h between her
pretty-as-a-picture Nelsa and her equally pretty
1 Ruth (Mrs. Louis) Gidney. left last week to see what the
| ,,p north have to offer her. ami what she may have 'c
Nelsa, vice president of her Student Council, was
",,1 nine high school students permitted to take world history
college level at the University of Miami this summer .
r ,, very fine pianist She'll be making her lirst visit to
I, B 8 town of New York, so there'll be some theatre-coins, shop-
sightseeing Meanwhile, brother Jeff, 13, and his dad
[ .rupi themselves fishing in Bimini .
Ted Epstein is -batching" it this summer in his \ Ray rd.
, ( \Nl)(. Myrtle, is continuing her studies m art and poetrj
T Vll|k a'| the New School lor Social Research Oldest
, r \bhe. is pursuing still another ot the muses, studying
, firsi in Dublin. Ireland, now with the Old Vic Company at
rd-on-Avon, England She's trasferring from Syracuse
ersitj to Bard Junior College in September Deborah. IS,
I...,,, ,| Nautilus Junior High, is at Camp Lenore Brother
[ U. is not too far away at Greylock And right year-old
. .; the Bob Barrabee Athletic Camp in Deal, N.J.
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TJ.I Sanford Elwitts hOUSeguestS Of his parents. Mr. ancl Mrs.
..,id Elwitt. 17241 NE 11th ct. They've just returned lrom
,,.": stay in Paris where he was a Fulhright fellow dome re-
I in modern French history for a doctoral dissertation
j rd is a graduate of Miami Beach High, has a DA from Cor-
his MA from Michigan His wife, the former Marcia
| ol White Plains. NY., has her BA and MA in English from
They'll both be on the faculty of Pennsylvania State
bum rsity .
Alter .i brief visit with their son. Rabbi Sol Landau, of Congre-
Beth Hillcl in Wilmette. III.. Dr and Mrs. Ezckicl Landau
s spiritual leader of Congregation Beth Israel and United Hias
rr.,( in New York Citywere on hand for son Siegfried's debut
I ewisohn Stadium He's music director of the Brooklyn
Uharmonia, and will be returning to Mexico City soon for more
Micerts there The Landaus now visiting with son in law and
Mlghter Dr. and Mrs Nathan Clover, of Miami .
First-time visitors. .lack and Minette Makovsky, and their
ins Allen and Stanley, here from St. Louis, being guided around
[, Gold toast by brother Louis Makovsky. his wife Frances, and
ughter. Rose, as well as another brother. Dr Irwin Makovsky.
lid hi- wile Bertha, all of Miami Beach.
am
Oft-time visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Howard (Florence) Mescon. of
^arsdale. NY., here with Mrs. Samuel (Bunny) Adler. of Bay
Jrbor Islands, while sons Richard. 15. and Michael. 12. spend
l summer at camp Florence is president of West Chester
Wren's Asthma Research Institute and Hospital in Denver and
enthusiastic about the article in ljfe magazine. July 21. featur-
k- a cover picture and story of Flavio da Silva, 12. of Rio de
Ineiro, brought by CAR] from a hovel there to Denver, where he
[now being treated tor bronchial asthma .
A five-week motor trip took Mr and Mrs. Israel (Anne) Tcitch
nor. Wise, for a visit with friends and family, some of
| the) hadn't seen in 35 years ... A stop in Niagara Falls
And a stop at Camp Belaire. in Sparta, Tenn.. to see their two
andsons. Neal and Allen, sons of daughter Edyth and husband
Its Freeman Mrs. T.. is president of Mizrachi Women .
Another couple who prefer traveling by automobile. Mr. and
Murray Schwartz. 6225 Alton rd., left this week for Fontana
I \ Car., and a trip through the Smoky Mountains Will
[| off m Ashcvilie for a visit with nephew. Dr. Eugene Shap.ro.
H fe and their tv\o cute daughter! Won't be back til
ber.
*

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Miami, Florida, Friday, August 4, 1961
Sec lion B
SECRETARY OF LABOR GOLDBERG TO SPEAK
Hadassah Convention in Denver Aug. 2G
By Special Report
United States Secretary of Labor
Arthur J. Goldberg will address
tre 47th rational convention of
Hadassah. the Women's Zionist Or-
ganization of America, at the Den-
Hilton hotel. Denver. Colo.,
from Sunday. Aug. 20. through
Wednesday alternoon. Aug. 23. ac-
cording to Mrs. Moses P Epstein,
fcrrr. dassah and national chairman of
the convention.
Mrs. Epstein said that Secretary
Goldberg will Speak at the evening
plenary si ssion on Aug. 20. shar-
ing the platform with Goldberg
will be Ogden R. Reid. former
U.S. Ambassador to Israel, and
Colorado Gov Steve McNichols,
who will welcome the Hadassah
delegates to his state.
The convention banquet on Tues-
day night. Aug. 22, will be address
cd by Avraham Harman, Israel
Ambassador to the U.S.. and Dr.
Jacob J. Wemstein. rabbi of K.A.M.
Temple. Chicago. 111.
More than 1.500 delegates and
guests, representing Hadassah's
more than 318.000 members in
1.320 chapters and groups through-
out the United States and Puerto
Rico, arc expected to attend the
four-flay convention, which will
formulate Hadassah's American
and Israel programs for the next
twtlve months.
/MRS. SIFGfRlfD KftAMtMSKr
At other convention sessions, the
Hadassah delegates will hear ad-
dresses by Michael Comay. perm-
anent representative of Israel to
the United Nations: Mrs. Siegfried
Kramarsky, national president of
Hadassah; and Dr. Kalman J.
Mann, director general of the Ha-
dassah Medical Organization in Is-
rael Dr. Mann is coming to the
United States especially to report
to the convention on Hadassah's
medical activities in Israel.
Local Girl Gets CJFWF Scholarship
No sooner had Mr. and Mrs Hyman (Ella) Mandel, of 1250
17th st returned from Chicago, where they became grand-
vent! of Miriam Tessa, via daughter Fay and husband Jerome
\. n, than they realized they had a 23rd wedding anniversary to
brate, so "it they went again First stop was New Orleans
|ere both have sisters, then- husbands, and assorted nieces and
chews Then Los Angeles, where Mrs M. has more family
lo Yosemite National Park Las Vegas, when their
rest was the Hoover Dam. with which they were tremen-
-a impressed, especially when the guide told them they had
' in Nevada and one foot in Arizona Return journey
lh< same itinerary in reverse Los Angeles. New Orleans.
N veeks having elapsed, back home again
Double celebration party for the Sid Greenberg famijs Satur-
l> night ;.t the Monte Carlo hotel Their silver wedding anni-
1 and son Charles' 20th birthday .
and Mrs. William Gulko honeymooning in Nassau .
- th< former Anita Priest Sailer. Accents Unlimited in Bay
|irbor Islands.
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A1 the sixth Pop concert Sunday, and seen table-hopping: Mr.
I Mrs Shepard Broad. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Sandier. Judge and
Harold Spaet. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Courshon. Mr. and Mrs.
r fben Abrams arrived together Sidney ar.d Sylvia I.efcourt
|ouncin| Ihey were lucky to find parking space Mr. and
Jemes Lewey and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Rossin making the
?-e lrom the Gables ...
After a trip to the Bahama Islands. Mr. and Mrs. LOUii Wald,
Brooklyn, arrived at the Sterling hotel for their summer vaca-
Miami Beach Mrs. Wald, honorary vice president Of
ichi Women's Organization of America, already scheduled to
| *s several local Mizrachi groups i-ou. who teaches
i plans nothing but relaxing, though he Is president ol the
ti'h Eckert Society, and a memto of the national executive
Uttitti e of the Religious Zionists of America.
The Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration has joined with the Council
of Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds in granting a $2,000 scholar-
ship to Miss Miriam C. Scchcin-
berg, ot Miami, for graduate train-
ing in Jewish communal service.
Miss Schelnberg, a second-year
student at the New York School of
Social Work, is one of 12 advanced
social work students who have re-
ceived grants ranging from $800 to
$,".000 for the 1961-62 academic year.
The Federation made a similar
grant last year.
The announcement w;:s made
jointly by Sam J. Heiman, presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, and Mrs. A. Louis Ores-
man, of New York, chairman of
the CJFWF national scholarship
committee. Heiman reported that
Miss Scheinberg, upon graduation,
ill rejoin the staff of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center,
where she had been youth activi-
ties supervisor tor five years. She
BUM) served as a youth supervisor
for the Greater Miami Zionist
^ outh Commission.
Mrs. Oresman said that the total
amount 't the scholarships has
exceeded $20,000. and that this
year's grants were the greatest
number mace since the inaugura-
tion of the program in 1958.
There are 55 communities
throughout the country participat-
ing in the plan. Under the national
scholarship plan, grants are made
on a matching principlethe com
munity providi s hall and the Plan
the other half.
The plan was established at the
CJFWF General Assembly in Wash-
ington. D.C in 1958 as one of a
series Of steps to overcome the
shortage oi professional personnel
ewish community organizations
and in health and welfare agencies.
Th< first scholarships were grant-
ed > year later.
\mong those serving on the na-
tional scholarship committee are
Greater Miami Jewish Community
leader Stanley C Myers and Dr.
Benjamin I>. Rosenberg, executive
director ot the Boston Jewish Fed-
eration and former executive of
the Miami Federation.
Also scheduled to address the
convention are Dr. Ira Eisenstein,
pn sident of the Jewish Recon-
structionist Foundation; Di Max-
well M. Wintrobe, professor and
in ad ol the department it internal
medicine, college of medicine, Uni-
versity ol Utah: Dr. Leo G. Rigler,
executive director of Cedars of
Lebanon Hospital in Los Angeles;
Prof. John Roche, chairman of the
department of politics ol Brandeis
University, Waltham. Mass.; Dr.
Judah J Shapiro, secretary of the
National Foundation for Jewish
Culture ancl chairman >f Hadas-
sah's youth reference b.arel: I. L.
Kenen, executive director of the
American Israel Public Affairs
Committee: Rabbi Harold Schul-
weis, of Temple Beth Abraham,
Oakland. Calif.: Mrs. John Fiore,
chairman of the UNESCO Commit-
tee for Colorado: and 1'rof. How-
ard Higman. of the University of
Colorado, co-chairman of the Colo-
rado Committee for the United Na-
tions.
National Hadassah leaders to ad-
dress the various convention ses-
sions will include Mrs Herman
Shulman. former national presi-
dent of Hadassah and now national
chairman of Hadassah s Zionist
Affairs Committee. Mr'. Samuel
W. Halprin. former national pres-
ident of Hadassah and now acting
chairman of the Jewi-h Agency-
American Section: Dr. Miriam K.
Preund, former national president
of Hadassah and now chairman of
the executive of the American Zion-
ist Council: Mrs. Moses P. Epstein,
former national president of Ha
dassah. who is national chairman
ol the convention: Mrs Robert
Szold. former national president of
Hadassah and now chairman of
the Henrietta Szold biography
committee; Mrs. High Salpetcr,
member of the national board of
Hadassah and co-chairman ot the
convention: and Mrs. Raphael
loi.rover. Hadassah'^ V^shinglon
representative.
Also Mrs. Nathan D Pcrlman,
Continued on Pace SB
JWV Post Ends
Member Drive
West Miami Post 223, Jewish
War Veterans, will hohl the last
meeting of its summer member-
ship drive on Thursday evening,
Aug. 10. at the Regal Brewery
Coi mander Murray I ronsky an-
noui 11 s that 86 new members
have been enrolled.
Featured entertainer will be Al
Leibert, disc jockey of WKAT, and
ret en shments will be served.
James Stern, first junior vice cor
n nder in charge ol met ibership,
and Max Rubin are r. charge >i
arrangi mi nts.
Miamians Leave For Trip Abroad
MISS MHtlAM SCHEIKBIRO
Ninety-one passengers lrom all
over the United States left Wednes-
, aj for a 31-day tour of Europe
and Israel. .Mrs. Clara Lett, natio-
nal president of Pioneer Women,
sponsors of the tour, announced.
Travelers are members oi Pio-
neer Women, the Women's Labor
Zionisl Organization ol America.
Among those participating in the
1. ur are Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. Gold-
man, 2655 SW 25th avc. Mr. and
Mrs Most Marcus, 6410 s\\ 57th
Ct., and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mil-
|< i 3551 ( rystal View ct., all of
Mian
Highlighting the tour will be spe-
cial ceremonies in Israel eommeno-
rating the thirteenth birthdays
Bai Mitzvahsof several of the
young tourists. Israel, herself cele-
brating her thirteenth year, Will
toast the visitors at a special re-
ception in the home oi Israeli Prcsi-
(, 11 Itzhak Ben-Zvi.
Their journey will take the Visi-
tors to such historic cities as Jeru-
..,(m, Ti 1 Aviv. Pans, Rome,
\ cnic<. ne, and Ai isterdam.
' de a full pro] i am of
* corted sightseeing >rd excur-
sions,


Poge 2-B
Carol Goodman in Whirl These Days as
She Recieves Peace Corps 'Acceptance'
Ten yi d Carol Goodman it
a whirl thes ays. Carol is a
cai 11 al one ol four day camps
condi rted by th Greater M
Jtv\ ;-.h Community Center. -.
11 ail started when she wrote a
letter to K. Sargent Shriver, Jr.,
director ol thi Peace Corps,
which .--he requested consideration
as a volunteer. From that point
on, all kinds of things started hap-
pening1 to Carol. She received a
personal reply from Shriver. to-
gether with a signed photo.
]n quick succession, the Good-
mar familyDr. and Mrs Michael
Goodman, of 70 Morningside dr..
C tal Gablesheard from the local
press, who requested interviews
with Carol.
Ee*ore the knew if, Carol *rf
front page news, and all her fel-
low tampers at Camp Ma-Ka-
Qa, as well as the staff of the
Greater Miami Jewish Communi-
ty Center, were trying to piece
icgether how the whole story be-
tjan. It has all been quite hectic,

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which is free ol wheat, egg,
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D--. Goodman, executive director
of the Jewish Vocational Service,
says his daughter "has been on
Cloud 9."
- How this-all happened is an in-
I stii g story, not only about Carol
Goodman, but about an attempt
o keep children informed of the
iuei of the day. Recently.
Di.-. Eskenazi. Miami YMHA
nch director, received material
from the National Jewish Welfare
Board, including application blanks
for the Peace Corps, and explana-
tory material for bringing the mes-
sage of the Peace Corps to Center
members. JWB is the coordinating
body of over 300 Jewish Communi-
:> Centers and YMlIA's throughout
the country.
Thinking of the possibilities of
the Peace Corps proposal. Eskenazi
told the assembled campers one
Jjtar Vlitzvcili
Daniel Cohen
Daniel, son of Mr. and Mrs Lou's
Cohen, will be Bar Mitzvah during
Saturday morning services, Aug.
5. at Coral Way Jewish Center,
with Rabbi Samuel April officiat-
ing
A Bible from the Sisterhood will
be presented to him by Mrs. Ar-
thur Frank, and Jerome Himmel-
Club chairman.
pr sew zuza.
T t I Mitzvah is an hi n< r stu
Wi -". Miami Junior H
?. i pal Waj Ji -
Centi Troop 227. and a

As]
owing the cere-
:
Ronnie Halperin
Bar .... p. of Ronnie, ^on of
Mr. al Herzl Halperin. will
be observed during Saturday
morning services. Aug. 5. at Con-
gregation Yehudah Moshe. with
Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz official- j
ng i
Ronnie is a student at North Mi-
ami Junior High and Popiel reli-
gious school. Rabbi Steinmetz will
present him with a Bible and
prayerbook on behalf of the con-
gregation.
The Halperins will host a kid-
in their son's honor following
services.
..". I feel i i)1
response

;( want to
Whal do thej eat tl
- nally the i ation
wen collected, am the outstand-,
. selectTd foi im noiJoTj
, f g0jng to Washingtonthat ol
an. She was also |
in the honor ol filling out an of-
ficial api cation flank. The ci
ers all wondered whether any-
thii would really happen.
Last week, Eskenaii received
a letter from the Peace Corp*
office, which commended him
on "an excellent way to interpret
Friday, August 4,
-, thildren **e responsibilities.
-. .". M share with other P* pd | c further added that we
v.f* i >'rv much ,ouched ^Y
.,, tentcinenti expressed by
these vej^ssters."
SI -... after that, Shriver him-
frsonal letter to
for her applicatu:
t -of course you are
...,,. UU young, but when you
.. will be honored U
come a Peace Corps
vi .. The idealism and en-
... ich you have already
lc( us all very proud of
iroi these i re the qualities that
-: important in our future
( : sens."
Now what did Carol say in her
lettej t< Btarl al 1 these wheels
turning? &he said. VT want child-
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Florida Ladies Auxiliary ol th<
Jewish War Veterans elected Mrs.
Max Le Vine, ol Miami, as new
pre sic*::
Women's projects include assis-
1 tanct t< veterans and their families
when ir. need, child welfare, and
- ccmmui ity services per-
formed b> ocj axiharles thn
out th state,
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V'Jewist fhro-fBur
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Splash Party Slated Sunday
An all-day family splash party I Natima st., Coconut Gr . for the Dora Stein Sisterhood of Refreshments will tie served and
i....ui /- ^ -all proceeds will be for tha reli-
Israelite Center will be held Sun- gious school
day from 10:30 am to 10 p.m. at Mrs Etta RegaU chairman of
the home of Hyman Kirsner. 2*>42 the day.
-.--. k< completes arrangements for the
I Hotel and Country Club to host a
, concerts by the Hollywood Phil-
ic Orchestra on Aug. 23 and 30 and
From left, the committee includes
jr Jan Wolanek. co-chairman Mrs.
Samuel Gross, chairman Mrs. Louis Graubard,
Irving Cowan. Diplomat vice president, Holly-
wood Commissioner David Keating, and Mrs.
Walter E. Harrison, president of the Tuesday
Morning Musicale, whose scholarship fund
will receive proceeds from the series.

unehine fa-^uons
tr- : -
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south
immer Concerts Due at Diplomat
president of the Tuesday Morning
Musicale.

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concerts for music
ips, uill be presented Aug.
Si pt. 6 in the DiplO-
- Concert Hall.
series, to be di-
ret Wolanek conducting
th Hollywood Philhar-
m ill be presented
in hi \\ith the Hollyv o i '
Re rtmenl
wi ,.\ i to tli>' schol irship
fuc i i daj Morning Musi-
leal
d, owner of the
it el and Country Club,
post of hon I
Louis E. Graubard chair-
'ii pup concert series,
said the series is an extension of
the summer concert series being
concluded by the University of Mi-
ami. A fourth concert in .Septem-
ber is tentatively planned. Reser-
vations may be made through the
Diplomat or Mrs. Graubard, 313
Harrison st., Hollywood
Co-chairman of the Diplomat pop
concerts series is Mrs. Samuel
Gross Committee members, m
addition to Mrs. Graubard and Wol-
anek, are Patrick Heneghan. Holly-
wood recreation director. Jim
Whitesheild, Herbert Bluestone.
Cyrus llliaii. Mrs. Marrianne Wor-
ley, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sorin. Mrs.
William Veale, Frank Casciola.
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*Jmistf*ori Friday, August 4,
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VICMAN OF THE WEEK
, hard to imagine today thai Tillio I Mrs. Fred) Sandier, with her
lous iugh and sparkling eyes, came to this country, accompanied
i her, a* a straved orphan. During World War I the ( ossacKS
came to the little town of Riga, Latvia, where
they lived and stole their very sustenance In
this country, Tillie's aunt. Rebecca Frankel,
look care oi' herand now it's Tillie's pleasure
to take care ot her aunt.
Sixteen years ago, the Sandlers moved here
from New Jersey on the adv.ee of their d
two of their three daughters were ill. \ I -
well that ends well, and Miami'- Climate
cure I them complete!;.
Tillie had bees active in community affairs
up north, and she was "discovered" at once
by Jenny (Mr> Henry) Seitlin. and introduce..!
to Pioneer Women She organized and became
president of Kadimah chapter, and later was
installed president of the Greater Miami Coun-
cil of Pioneer Women As one ot her other
numerous community endeavors, the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation heads the list. She
V actively participated in the Combined Jewish Appeal since her ar-
i in town.
., v jr. Tillie went to Israel in fulfillment of a dream since her
rest m Zionism. Books and second-hand telling, she declares,
i depict the true story of the people ot Israel.
. one to whom everyone brings their troubles. She does the
ting in i cleaning and caring for the sick, and drives the patient to
j: or the doctor
Ian lir hou>e is Open House, and they love to entertain. Tillie
- that tunes are changing rapidly and that the advice northern
ors > ihcit about Miami can no longer be given as freely or as con-
;' c :--.'. Tillie is an excellent cook, and has won prizes for her
herring and lemon merringue pie Her five grandchildren are
ifail ng source of delight, as well as the fact that her daughters
- U active in the community services of their choice,
a w vk Tillie was asked to buy a ticket to a fund-raising lunch-
i "Certainly I will," she said, 'but a ticket isn't everything What
do?"
* 9i
COST O- A SLOT MACHINE *
:i the August issue of Fsquire is a revealing story of Las Vegas, the
; "where one gambles or gambols." Playground for Adults Only
written by Arthur Steuer.
Arthur is the son ot Elinor (Mrs. Bertram) Coleman. I remember
I irividly as an exceedingly smart child of eleven. He entertained
?' u owi: birthday party on Flamingo dr., by giving a marionette show.
> made the puppets himself, wrote the script, painted the scenery, and
lit the whole play All the mothers were most impressed, and I
the most.
Arthur has now fulfilled everyone's expectations. He is an author
playwright His Rebel Gun" appeared on the Shirley Temple
isio show last month He lives in Greenwich Village with his
ind .wo children.

FCSTY DAYS AND FORTY NIGHTS
At the end of their forty-day European trip. Aaron. Sally and Danny
1 man are hoping they won't have to send out a dove to .see it they
i wear raincoats for their return trip to Miami Beach.
iev flew to Brussels first, and then went by helicopter to Paris.
ight of their tour is the trip to Israel. Danny is waiting anxiously
U be greeted by President [tzhak Ben-Zvi Coinciding with Israel's
! ileenth year, the Goldman trip will be part oi the celebration for all
olds who have become Bar Uitzvah this year. Danny expects
i< ifceive a special gift, and will be honored by planting a tree in Jo-
era
one f the nicest parties given for Sally before she left was at the
1 ": Mrs. Alix Freidtn. with Mrs Aaron Fair, Sally's sister, and
Mi Esther Lieberman as co-hostesses
*
SHE SAW JACKIE
Combining a little Brandeis University National Women's Com-
< business with pleasure. Bunny (Mrs Joel) Mevers had a few
women ... for lunch. Ten-year-old F.llen had to be called for: she's
las.;ig lessons at the Coconut Grove Sailing Club Little brother
y sprinkled with freckles and maybe chicken pops (not chicken
; had to stay in his room. ~
While in New York. Bunny was just this far away from Jackie
Kennedj who proved as charming as she is in her pictures When
got out of the car. her bangs began to blow, and she put her hand
C*l< ailly >ver them like any ot us would do
Ethel (Mrs. Alvin) Cassel, always looking cool, was describing her
expected trip with Alvin and young David and John. They'll be driving
U \ pen. Colorado, for lectures and music.
* -te
SAME VOICE
The voice that answered the phone at Judge Milton Friedman's
and sounds just like Sylvia's, but isn't, belongs to Sylvia's sister
Hi-law. Sara Sara and her husband. Henrv Stern, and their children
Berj le and Mama, are visiting from Columbia. S.C.
* *
A WINNER
U-onard and ftfarjorie Wien flew up to Arlington Park race track
to w^tch their horse. Volberg. prance in first. To the questions did he
- from behind or was he always in the lead. Marjorie had no
Bi vers. "All I know is that be came in first, and I was yelling uke
Bessins, Kramer
Exchange Vows
A candlelight ceremony Sunday.
July 30. united in marriage Susan
Kramer and Sanford Bessins at the
Seville hotel, with Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz officiating.
Daughter of Mr and Mrs Plulip
Kramer. 915 NE 163rd St., No. Mi-
ami Beach, the new Mrs. Bessins
is a graduate of North Miami High
School and attended the Universi-
ties of Florida and Miami.
For her wedding, the bride wore
a floor-leii-th uown of chantilly
lace over silk organza, featuring
a scalloped Sabrina neckline, en-
hanced with seed pearls and se-
quins, and long lace sleeves The
bouffant skirt was appliqued with
chantilly lace in front, with back
interest centering on a huge but-
terfly organza bow and sweep
; train.
Maid of honor was Mi-- Merril
Trent Harriet Levlne a:;.i Merry
Marquit were brides and
Bobbi Feinberg and Debby Perl-
man, cousins ol the bnle,
junior bridesmaids.
The groom, son of Mr and Mrs.
Benjamin Bessins. of Jacksonville
Heights. N. V.. is a graduate of
Queens College. NY., and i a
member ot Phi Alpha Theta. hon-
orary history fraternity. Phi Epsi-
lon Pi. social, and Phi Beta Kap-
pa, honorary scholastic He has
done graduate work at Queens Col-
lege, Harvard University and the
University ot Miami.
Jack Kat/ker serve! .- his besl
i!..n After a wedding trip through
Now England and Canada, the
liewlyweds will live ;:: Great Neck.
N Y

Helen Alpert
To be Speaker
Miss Helen Alpert vice
of First Retirement Foundation
Miami and a leader in the counti i
100 Clubs, addressed two grou ,. a
businessmen this week on the [oq
Club's principles of mutual ;i
eration for better business. w .
ing new needs in the growing co*
sumer market of the elrierlv
Miss Alpert spoke to the
of Greater Miami on We!
7 p.m.. at Allapattah cafeteri
was to address the Dade |
on Thursday. 7 p.m. at Pierre
taurant.
Melville N. Greenber." i.
dent of the Greater Miami
Maxwell Ueisberg is pres
the Dade 101 Club
ib
lay,
and
Lovitz, Letman
Will Live Here
Eve Litman and Bernie Lovitz
.ere married Sunday. July 30 at
the Deauvllle hotel, with Rabbi
Norman Shapiro, oi Beth David
; Congregation, officiating,
The new bride is the daughter of
Mr and Mrs. David Litman. 1235
Pennsylvania ave.. Miami Beach,
and is a graduate of Syracuse I'm-
| versity,
For her wedding, she chose a
. cocktail-length frock of lace and
silk organza and carried a prayer
book. Mrs Arnold Litman was
matron of honor.
The groom was attended by Ben-
jamin Sklar Son of Mr. and Mis
William Abrams. 928 Ocean dr..
Miami Beach, he is in the hotel
, business
On their return from a honey
moon in Nassau, the young couple
will live at 928 Ocean dr.
MRS. SANfORD BESSINS
Beth Shirah
Women to Meet
Members and friends of the re-
cently -founded Temple Beth Shirah
Sisterhood, headed temporarily by
chairman Mrs. Jack Somberg, Will
hold its first coffee and fellowship
hour in Suniland Shopping Center.
11259 So. Dixie hwy
R.nbb; Morris A Skop will speak,
ning plan- [or the Hebrew and
religious schools, a- well as for
. tivities, sche lul. i : i begin
with the High Holj Days j tuth ser-
cantor Herman Gottlieb will
soloists who have votun-
! tor the Temple choir
i''her temp.uar;. officers include
Mesdames Henry Hammersmith,
Joseph Katz, Milton Raynor, Louis
Greene. Edward Fel stem, Louis
is. Lillian Burak, David Mark-
ami Benjamin Schw
JWV Unit Plans
Nite Club' Party
/
Jewish War Veterans i
Auxiliary 223 will hold cj ,
Club'" affair on Saturday e-
Aug. 26. at the Carillon hot<
Proceeds will be used
the organization's prouran-
VA Hospital in Coral (,., |t
well as JWV's community
and child welfare work
Prizes at the aftair will u :l(.
a trip to Nassau for two oi
Florida.
He 1
. ai 1
-
Couple Plan
March Wedding
Mr and Mrs. Raymond Beyda.
of 15801 NE 12th ave.. No. Miami
Beach, announce the engagement
of their daughter. Marleen. to Nor
man s. Ostrov, -on ot Mr. and Mis
Nathan Ostrov. 990 NE 159th st.
A party in honor of the event will
be held Saturday evening at the
home ot the future bride's grand-
parents. Mr and Mrs. [rving Bey
da. 15801 Miami dr. No. Miami
Beach
The young couple are planning
a March wedding
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Mi and Mrs. Sidney Stiller, of
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gagement of their daughter. Susan
Gail, to Joel S. r'eiss. son Ol V. :
and Mrs. Leo Feiss, 8771 SW 49th
st
The future bride and her fiance
are both alumni oi Miami Senior
High School, and are attending the
, University of Florida His frater-
nities are Pi Lambda Phi. social
and Pi Mu, pre-niedical
The young couple plan to be mar-
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the end, blend it up with your
finger, so there is no line ot de-
niarkation showing. A light dust
tag of powder will set the eye
shadow so that it won t cake. It
will also give additional value to
the lashes.
A very dark shade of mascara I
should be used on the lashes to national chairman of the Hadas
make them very outstanding. An sah Medical Organization commit-
National Hadassah to Hear Sec. Goldberg
And Other Leaders at Colorado Confab
Continued fro-n Pag* 1-B
rehabilitation in I ad. Hadassah
is the official representative jf
Youth Aiiyah in the L'nited States
H22SSJZalsobe"ThintheUS;Mrs-Abraham^{SLsAJVSJST Single
before applying the mascara, or ,in nationa, chairman of Hadas- ,,.
.1 you hold he side of the brush | san-s MWical Center committee: Mrs. Alfred H. Rahn and Mrs.
against the lashes right alter theJJuBtt N. Benjamin. nat:tfm! chair-: J"l,.U!i Meer "*? Denv" convention
mascara is applied, they will dry man of Hadassah1* vocational ed-:chairman and CO-<*?irman, ns-
fYE make-up has always been
mportant, and this vear there
Ided emphasis on the eyes
I.. i> women hesit ite to use
Imi cosmetics available simply
p. iuse they do not know the
liques of proper application.
ilher reason for their caution
lhal they see many examples
poorly-applied eye make-up,
Ihi \ frown upon that "ob-
sly-painted" look
|ll takes .! lony while to become
ept at cosmetic application,
kci ii takes practice, [f your
.. an naturally large, so much
belli;: if not. you can make
r larger and more
butiful.
Kit first consideration are your
lebrows. Treat them as a frame
a picture. 1: y;;.ir brows are
t.-\\ and bushy, yoar face will
Ite on the heavy ami grumpy
>k. Tin opposite extreme i>
icn th< eyebrows are plucked
to a vi r> thin line, jnd arched
fry high Then you will have a
i>'\ look <>f surprise on your
ce. S atic spressioi s are
;.n ly nol desii i i
IThe eyebrows should always lx-
licked from underneath -never
>m abovt Oc< illy, there
b< a few fi u b iirs thai
i out jur twee/
r^ should do their job from be-
I*. Bi gin about the center of >
i, eye and that is where.your ;
i Bhapc should tak," form.
luck out the hairs, gradually
Curing until only a very fine i
Is left at the e.id of your
ow.
|SE a little alcohol on a piece
of cotton to wipe the eye-
Use a fine line eyebrow pencil,
and draw lines in little comma-
like marks. This will help to give
the brows a uniform look. Usually
one eyebrow grows higher than
the other, and it will be neces-
sary to even the visual appear-
ance with the pencil. A little
mascara, in a matching color to
your brows, will keep them in
place for hours on end. The
brush will align the hairs, and
the mascara will stiffen them
much the same principle as hair
spray.
The next step in your eye
make-up is eye-shadow. Here
the color may be determined by
the eoler of the dress you are
wearing, or the color of your
eyes. Blue, green, turquoise and
violet are the most popular The
color is applied on the lid, and
touches the eyelash. It should
cover about a quarter of an inch
of the lid As it tapers out toward
into a slight curl. Always use a
clean brush, as.the lashes should
be separated
CYE liner is one of the most
ucation committee; Mrs. D. Leon PecUvely. Both are former pres-
idents of the Central Pacific Coast
region of Had a-
Apart from the plenaries. tho
convention will feature racial
| briefing sessions or inch aspects
ard Cohen, national chairman of
Ha-lassah's membership commit-
tee; Mrs. Edward A Lusterman.
national chairman of Hadassah's
difficult cosmetics to apply. American affairs committee: Mrs
This takes a great deal ol prac- Menrv Goldman, national chair- of Hadassah's program as Amer-
ce After learning it. the most man of Hadassah's education com- ican affairs and United Nationa,
satisfactory method is to use an mittee: and Mrs. Max Schenk Ha ed ation Hadassah's medical ac-
extremely tine pair.t brush-and dassah s chairman for Youth All ivities n 1 Zion
actually paint the eye line on. yan, the international agency for I membership, Youth Aiiyah, and
Lsing mascara, begin in the cor- tne re8CUe a rel ef of underprh ladasa ih'a vo itional education
net- of the eye. and paint a very Heged Jcv ,. and ;heir activities in Isr.-d
thin line right above the upper '---------------------------------__ .___________.
eye lash. Extend it slightly at
the end of the eye in an upward
line. Only paint the end corner
of the lower lash, and do not let
the upper and lower lines touch.
The slight spate
tend to make
Bon Voyage Party For Investors
Eighty-four guests drank cham- ver the hosts at th affair at tho
wer lines touch pagne at ,no Bon Vo age party;homr of Mr. and Mrs Marvin I.
vour eve look Sunday. July 23. given (or the]?"*'211 19?<\ Dor*
your eves iook Aueroach, Irving Gottlieb and
larger. Dory Auerbach organization, which DavW Randen W1.; confer with 0f.
After you have learned these left last week on a four-week DUSI- ficlala there about substantial in-
techniques, begin experimenting ness trip to Israel estment in Isradi tl
with colors. Iridescent eye-shad-
ow, eye liners and colors on your
lashes for alter five are all in-
gredients for added glamor. Take
your time, expect it to take hours,
and the end result will be added
excitement to your eyes
Mr and Mrs Marvin I. Wiener. They w.il be accompanied by
A. B. Wiener, and Arnold J. Stern their wives on the tr ,>
CARIB 1 MIAMI I MIRACLE I ESSEX
... BIRTHDAZE ...
The len.me Kays, of 8471 SW nursery with Ricky, 16 mOS. Happy
32nd ter., welcomed a baby boy, I grandparents are the senior Chap-
Lawrence, on July 4. Sister Karen
was also born on July 4 three years
ago. Suzanne, big sister. Is just 5
Mother of the three youngsters i-
the former Judy Newman, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris New
man Paternal grandmother is
Mrs. Kathleen Kay.
mans, Of Miami Beach, and the
Feldmans, ol New York
Aviva Margolit, born June 18
to Chaplain and Mrs. Jack M.
Rosoff. had to be content with her
formula when two birthday cakes.
one in honor of sister Renana's
first birthday, the other for grand-
mother Ruth (Mrs. Ben Zion) Gins-
burg's natal day. which is the
same, were passed around.
Mrs. Samuel (Paulino Gnind-
dw with before starting, and
|so cleanse your tweezers before. **
ling them. Cleanse again when I N"w daughter. Bonnie, joining
lished, so there will be no j Jeffrey 9. Judy 5*4, and Michael
lance Of infection If vour,3'-- in th<" borne of the Stephen
W-l an very heavy, and 'it is Kesslers at 425 Caligula. Coral
painful to complete the shap- j Gables.
L it on time, keep your brows i -
ten. and mil a few hairs every I Word received from Joyce and
The Sam Seitlins and Louis Gill-
mans, grandparents, and Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Seitlin. great-grand-
parents, are celebrating the ar-
rival of Edward Warren, first child
of Barbara and Marvin Gillman. | wcrg a grandmother again via son.
206 SW 17th ct.. on July 16. Lt. Saul Grundwerg (U.S. Navy)
and wife. Saundra Rise Carol
arrived at Beth Israel Hospital on
July 2. Big brother is Steven
Philip.
four generations gathered at
Eau Gallic. Fla.. after birth of Jef-
frey Andrew on June 27 to the
until you have achieved the i Martin Chapman that Cindy re- | former Hazel Miller and husband
sired ?hape. lice, born Julv 14. is sharing the Allen Roth. Grandparents are the
Robert Millers and Sam Roths.
great-grandparents, the Henri Mil-
lers and Mrs. Sarah Shapoff. all
of Miami.
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Friday, August 4, lggi

Arthur Fiedler on UM Podium Sunday;
Montagu to Play Mendelssohn Concerto
Arthur Fiedler, conductor of the
Boston 'Pops" Orchestra, will
make his seventh successive an-
nual guest appearance with the
University of Miami Summer Sym-
phony Orchestra on Sunday even
ing at the Miatni Beach Auditori-
um.
Soloist will be David Montagu,
young Chicago-born violinist who
will perform the Mendelssohn Con-
certo i" E minor.
Fiedler has planned the program
to include music from two popular
motion pictures, the Parade of the
C larioteera from 'Ben Htir" and
the theme from "Exodus."
A musical arrangement by
Richard Hayman of 14 TV com-
merces is another program
highlight. Other selections in-
elude the Overture to "Der Frei-
schutz," by von Weber; the Gyp-
sy Dance, from "Carmen," by
Bizet; the Suite from "Masque-
rade," by Khachaturian; and
Roses from the South Waltxes,"
by Johann Strauss.
Fiedler, currently celebrating his
annh ersary at the helm of the
i Pops, is a native of Bo-
Mass At i:t. \w was accepted .i* a
violinist with the Boston Symphony
under Karl Muck and later played
under such eminent maestro- as
Rabaud, Monteux and Koussevit-
zky. In 1930. Fiedler sueeeded Al-
fred C'asella as permanent conduc-
tor of the Boston Esplanade con-
certs and immediately Instil I
the presentation of popular hit
.. in full symphonic arrange-
ment.
Fiedler's current cross country
tour, which Life magazine last
month characterized as a pace
that would poop the hardie-t troup-
ers on the old-time vaudeville cir-
cuits." includes guest appearances
at Denver's Red Rocks Festiv.il
next Tuesday, with the San Fran-
cisco Symphony on Aug. 12; at
Boston on Aug 21 to 26; and at San
Diego's Balboa Park concerts on
Aug. 29.
David Montagu, whom Fiedler
personally selected for this "P< -
appearance, began his musical stu-
dies at age live, and while still
a young boy was presented to the
musical public playing the popular
Mendelssohn Concerto \: er being
i firsl oi Mime to violinists
representing 30 countries at the In-
ternational Concours Awards in
Geneva, Switzerland, he made his
debut in Paris in 1952.
The .'{"-year-old violinist has
served as soloisi with the National
Broadcasting Company in Chicago
and the Boston Pops Orchestra.
Miss Rosenthal Off to England
Miss Joan Rosenthal. former
'executive secretary a: Temple
Fmanu-EI religious school, was
tendered a surprise Bon V<
patty at the home cf her aunt.
Mrs. Jane Garrett, 7380 Gary ave.. |
Miami Beach.
In attendance were Rabbi and
Mrs Irving Lehrman, Rabbi and j
Mrs. Bernard Mu-sman. Mr and
Mrs. i.eo Brandeis, Mr. and Mrs.
\! [| i!i Jacobs, Mr. and Mrs. Reu-
ben Kaplan. Mr and Mrs. Law-
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ser, and tiie Misses Ginger R<
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the newly-renovated Parkway All
Theatre.
This magnificent film version of
"Tesca." takes the long-hair out
of opera and brings to the public a%
thrilling and emotion-packed music
drama The excellent printed Kn^-
lisli subtitles clearly define every
.! tve of the opera, which has at
all times the exciting reality of
lite.
"Tosca" is the story of a tra-
gedy arising from the strong
political ferment in Italy at the>
outset of the lth century. Tos-
ca's lover, an artist, is tortured
by police to force him to betray
the hiding place of an escaped
political prisoner. Though he
refuses to reveal the informa- t
tion, she tells all to spare him
further anguish. This dooms
both men, but Tosca pleads with
the police chief to spare her
lover.
He agrees on condition that she
will submit to him. She consents
but then stabs him. Her lover
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torn by her sorrow and about to I
be arrested for murder, throws
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Beautifully photographed in col-1
or and produced in Rome, the set
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Beautiful Franca Duval, a Brook-
Ivn ^irl transplanted to Italian
opera, acts the title role, but it is
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Y.cicy. August 4. 1961
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Page 7-B
ICHERT MACHT
lordan Marsh Head
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Macbt, president of .lor-
I arsl here, ha.- been appoint-
,i j.;.(r of Allied Stores
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D( NOTICE OF SUIT
' DANIEL MAOANO
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< M.i. HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
I lii-. bro.iRht against m ij
STRAL SAVINGS BANK IN
i i ITY OP NEW YORK, in the
'. Court, to foreclose a
ncumbering the following
I ltd prop* rty. to-w it.
:\. SECOND AD1 I
LRA, according t<. the
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ASK TOH FP.EE ESTIMATES
ON ROOFING
3-6244
Plans Revealed
For New College
Rabbi Isaai Ever, spiritual lead-
er of Apuriath Israel Hebrew Insti-
tute this week announci i ; i
for a Talmudic Theological C< I-
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Rabbi Ever said that hi- |
prow out d "the dearth <:
tunity for young Jews to g< int<
the i. ate and the resulting
lack of rabbinical leaders for
American Jewish communities "
Rabbi Ever founded Agudeth
Israel in 1951. He said some
500 members are affiliated with
the synagogue today.
Rabbi Ever holds a Doctor of
Literature degree. He is tht au-
thor of "Two Worlds."
According to the spiritual lead-
er, a half million dollars will tx
needed to construct the proposed
college.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 61C F226
NEW YORK SAVINGS BANK, a
orporatloi exist I under 11 i
'.. ire of I'" siat. of New York,
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Pi fei ants
NOTICE OF SUIT
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DAT] this 1st day of Au|
I LEATHERMAN
Clerk of 1 h< I 'Ircull Coui t
i ada Count). f li rida
(seal) K>: HKl.BN KEKSLER,
Dei uty Clerk
I win P CATSMAN
Nth FIoo at Id K Flaili i St
Miami .' Florida
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NOTICE BY PUBLiCAT.C.
IN THE : c.; .. T COURT CF -HE
ELE -ESTH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT OF
FLCC DA N AND FCC. DADE
CC.\TV. INCHANCEKV.
Nl 61C 7S5?
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- Miami, Fla and file
Vnswer or Pli adlng In
the office -i.i i']. rh <'. thi < "i- I
befori thi :'Mh daj i i
August, 1!""1. If you fall tn do si .
by di fault will be taken
sl you fur the relief demanded
i f Complaint
Th i notlci shall bi publish' ..^ for four consecutivi weeks
in THE J BWISH I !.' IRIDIAN.
DONI -,M' ORDERED at Miami.
la, this 24th day <>f July, .- i

E DEATHERMAN, Clerk,
t i.i lade County, Florida
t'.al) By K. M I.YMAN.
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I i N ESSEN
Vtton ej i lain tiff
7/18, 8/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
Oersigned, desiring lo engage in
-- inder thi fictitious tiamei ol
(1) Marty's Venetian Mini! Co,
(S > Marty's Jalousli Co
Mai tj .- Screen Co
(4) Mart) Screen Window Co.
f6) Mart; s Window Co
(hi .*.'.. i.. i Window Servici
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NOT CE L'.OER
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
M 1 IC E IS HEREBY QIV1 N I
th* linden I desiring to i f
rider thi titious ni
hi .1 i i OAST TEX M'' at 19190 Col-
Mian Bead li I
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE : tc^iTCOURTCFI-E
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FCR :OE
CCUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
\r 61C 7773
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SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: 1 I lARPINi
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thai a Bill of Ci
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Atti : m s VINCENT l\U"l. R
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or Pli thi offli ..I thi
if the i 'ircuit Court on or befori
August, 1961, If v.
mi i i b) default will I
takei ainsl you for tin r Hi i di
ded r. thi Bill of Complaint.
'i 'i- notlci shall bi publlshi...
each w' < k for four consecutive weekf
In THE JEWISH FLORID1AN
I NE AND ORDERED al Mlai
Florida, this I'lst day of .lul\. A.I

I. I LEATHERMAN, ci. II Ci 11. I >ade Count) Floi Ida
- B) WM. W. ST! n"K lMl,
Deputy Cleric
s VINCENT PAUL, JR
685 N i 125th Strei t
North Mis Florida
in > foi Plaintiff
7/2! '
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 7811
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Plain! n
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION OF
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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Attoine) tiff
4-11-18
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT CF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
Ne. 61C 7924
HA.Ml i RQ SAVINGS BANK a
' . Stats i i Ni w York,

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'N THE C'RCUIT COURT CF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. fC 79?.1
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BV PUBL E ation
in --e C RC. "CCl^TOFTHE
ELE.EN'i-.l: C i-^ CIRCUIT OF
F.Cfi z -v -\; i;s DADE
COUNTY, in CHANCERY.
Nc 61C 7866
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SUIT FCR CiVCRCE
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ILMAN I14i \ K I68rd Street,
North Mam; Beach. Florida and fU
thi rlgln H Vnawi i r Pleading in
Ice nf the I 'li k "i the I 'ii' ult
.. on or Li fon t hi 29th day pf
sl 1961 li you fail t" do so,
i id{ mem b) i i fault will be taken
is! you f"i tin relief demanded
I :. I .
E B LEATHERMAN, Cl rk.
ill Court, Dadi County, Florldi
... By: WM W STOCKING,
i....i,.. -i._i.
I > put) i Ierk
DAK EL l. OILMAN
N.E I68rd SH.. t
N N i,. |:. ai I I"... Wl 5-6601
7 28, 8 i-ll-lf
in the circuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit of
florida in and for dade
county in chancery,
Nc. fIC 77S3
\UBER,

vs
M fJUSTA SMITH ZAU] ER
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I \.-.;i sta smith ZAUBBR,
Deal Laki I >i Ive,
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.-:' \ SMITH ZAUBER,
SCO Deal Laki Drlvi Asbury Hark.
. i notified lhat
Divorce has been
-- you are re
5 ..f your An-
'omplaint nn
ni ST! >N E A \'l>
4ati< nal
nrida, and file
l'!. adlng in
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ORID1AN
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irl Dade C' unt> Floi Ids
Bj WM w STi>CKING,
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trial National Bank Bldg.
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Atti.; \.~ i.i Plaintiff
: 28, v i-ii-is
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF"
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 7323
i VS YORK SAVINGS HANK", a
ii, ration exist Ins; under the laws
nf tl Stall "f Ni w York,
i tiff.
vs
C1A1 v KENT G VR1 'NER, t ux.
i -. dants
NOTICE OF SUIT
'-.v KENT M.I i.NER and
'Y JOY E GAR1 >NEB '
W :'. s ri el
tte. North Carolina
E HI EBY Nl tTIFIBD that
i 'i against yon
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it" forecloee
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;NB e to the plat
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nty. 1
your
thi Circuit
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the i omplaint w-111
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: Jul) 1'.'61.
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN FROEATE
Nc. 53117 B
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RV1NQ iRITZKY
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Persons Hav-
Ini ii.-- oi Di .gains! s.,iil
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hereb) notl! ed and ri-Qiilr-
,, and demands
ay have as alnst the es-
.. RVING P! IRITZKY rt--''' I
nt) Fli i nl... t" the
1......"ounty, and
. ...-, i offices In th'
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ai months
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Friday, August 4, 19s
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FRIDAY
AUGUST 11
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