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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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

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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume J'
Number 33
Miami, Florida. Friday, August 18, 1961
Two Sections Price 20
Eichmann Verdict
In November;
Summations End
jOSTia SURPRISE' .
PRONOUNCED GUiLTY
PACE 3-A
. PAGE 5-A
JERI SALEM(JTA)The trial
idoii Eichmann, who is accused
. against the Jewish people
against humanity in the anni-
i i0n (i 6.000,000 Jews in Eu-
l(|, coi luded .Monday about
,, mthi since it opened on
Apr ii, president Justice Moshe
I, ;,.,> :n adjourning the court.
,, jcati (' that the verdict will be
,i in November.
BUT IOSCS SIX SEATS IN PARLIAMENT
Gurion and Mapai Win
BLISTERING DAY AT THE POUS
JTAEy Direct Teletype Wire
PACl II A
against 47 in the last Parliament.
In the previous national elections,
In 1950. Mapai polled 38.2*i of the
total vote.
PfflEM MINISTER BtN-GUMCN
... a iqurakr-i
JERUSALEM Prime Minister
David Ben-Gurion's Mapai Party
lost an estimated six seats, accord
ing to incomplete returns m Tuos The Liberal Party, contesting ar
day's national elections t- the tilth election for the first time as a
Knesset. merger of the General Zionist and
Progressive Parties, won 13.6'. of
Mapai polled an estimate d
34 1'. of the vote to hold 41 seals.
Election Cost Estimated
At Staggering $56 Million
'!( trial ended following a sum- j
j on oi the defense by Dr. Rob-
,i Servatius, Kichmann's attorney.
i summation, the West (Jer-'
ii, attorney argued that Eich-
n, had committed no crime!
. nsl thi Jewish people, because
Mitre was no Jewish people at the
m Eichmann headed the Ges-
tapo's department lor Jewish af-
"The Jewish people.'* he
"did not exist before the es-
tablishment <>t Israel, hence no
e against the Jewish people as j meetings and rallies in every part
could have been committed.' ol Israel where one of the coun-
Thii- situation cannot be changed try's 500.000 qualilied voters might Mapai leaders
any legal fiction. Legally it he found.
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israels
election this week to choose a new
Knesset cost 100.000.00 ($56,000.
000) according to estimates.
The campaign came to a close in
the final weekend with 1.000 party
Jewish leader, who galvanized a
lagging campaign bv insisting that
Israel give serious reconsideration,
to its stance of close ties to the
West. He argued for a foreign poli-
cy ol neutralization and was
promptly assailed by Prime Minis-
ter David Ben-Gurion and other
the vote, and will have Iri or 17
i seats in the new Knesset. The two
parties had 14 scats in the old
chamber.
The Herut Party, with 13.4%
of the vote, stood to hold its 17
seats or face the loss of one. The
National Religious Party, with
9.1 "<, of the vote, retained its 12
seats. The Mapam Party in-
creased its vote fractionally to
7.7% and was sure of holding its
nine seats and, possibly, of gain-
ing on*.
The Aehdul Avodah Party like-
wise scored a fractional increase
in its share of the vote, obtaining
ti4'; to hold its seven sot*. The
Agudah ar.d Poalei Agudah Parties
increased their share ol the vote
to 5.89! and will have seven S its
in the new Knesset as against six
In the last Knesset.
The Communists scored heavily
n the Arab areas. They Increased
their share ol the vote from 2.8'
to 4.3'<. increasing the number of
their scats Irom three to live This
increase was apparently at tht ex-
pense of the Mapai affiliated
Arab parties, which had live seats
in the la>t Knesset. Returns e<.rly
Wednesday failed to indicate the
'ale ol the other three seat- form-
erly held by these parties.
The election results provide, no
great surprises. Mapai. despite
an-intensive campaign effort, had
been expected to lose some seats.
The Liberals had hoped to win at
least 2(1 seats, and both the right-
wing Herut and the leftwing Ma-
pam and Achdut Avodah Parties
had expected to capitalize on dis-
continued on Page 2-A
b)
isi even clear what the term
'Jewish people' means."
His argument provoked coiv
ternaticn in the crowded court,
room, and the public had to be
quieted by the stern police
{.yards Dr. Servatius, in advanc-
ing this argument, was referring,
in this context, to the first count
c' the 15-point indictment under
which Eichmann is facing the
three-man panel of judges. The
tirst count, the defense lawyer
conceded, is the principal charge
among the IS enumerated in the
indictment. It charges that "the
accused, in the period between
1936 and 1945, committed acts
constituting a crime against the
Jewish people in that, together
w>rh others, he caused the killing
r.4 millions of Jews."
One of the leatures of the cam-
paign was the lirst bid lor power
The staggering cost of the elec-
tion, which would be considered
excessive even for countries much
ol the ncwly-lormcd Liberal Party,'larger than Israel, is however
ai-. amalgam of the Progressives
and the General Zionists.
The tirst bid was marked by the
initial plunge into Israeli politics
of Dr. Nahum Goldmann. world
reckoned here to include every
facet of the nation's election activ-
ities, so that even the cost of party
rallies has not been led out of the
campaign total.
ct that
' ring the
Nazi leaders, on
Nuremberg War
Continued on Page 8-A
SUBVERSIVE LIST EXCLUDES HIH
Att. Gen. Told Rockwell
Uses Mail for Hate Pieces
WASHINGTON(JTA) A delegation of Jewish War Veterans told ,
President Kennedy this week that George Rockwell's American Nazi
Party'' is using the U.S. mails to distribute inciting anti-Jewish propa-;
ganda.
The delegation, headed by JWV national commander I. L. Fcucr.
showed the President postcards
Israel Must Make Dual Offer
To Arab Refugees, Says Rusk
WASHINGTON(JTA)Secretary of State Dean Rusk reiterated
ibis week an Administration view that Isral must offer an option of
repatriation or compensation to the Palestinian Arab refugees
He simultaneously justified the termination this year of t'nited
States aid to Israel by citing Israel's annual economic growth rate
and 'ability to administer a tech-. -
nical assistance program'- benefit i
ing African and Asian nations. He
made his views known in a letter ,
;o Rep. John J. Rooney. New York
Democrat.
Soviet Jewish
Demise Seen
sent from Rockwell's "headquar-
in Arlington, Va.. bearing
stamped inscriptions "Jews Gel
out" and "Bring Back Auschwitz."
The eards bore swastikas and the
return address of the Nazi group
Yiddish newspapers in New York
received similar postcards this
week They carried the German
CAGO (JTA) J. L. Fish- Phrase, "Juden Raus"Jews Get
1 "liter and publisher of The j ul
Si inel, Chicago English language j
J sh weekly, ha- returned lrom
> ee-week fact finding tour of i
II' major Jewish communities oil
I" I'SSR and reports that "Jew
k" in Russia is now virtually I
at an end."
said that he had been,
to pinpoint direct evidences,
o! Russian anti-Semitism, although.
'no Jews .ire in high political or,
office." Apparently, he saitl,,
"a- long as you do not seek to per-
'' :' your Jewishneaa, there is
"' Iscrimination. The old people
he remaining synagogues arc
much in the manner of
museums
In another development in-
volving the group. Attorney Gen-
eral Rcbrt F. Kennedy said he
was opposed to placing Rock-
well's group on the Justice De-
partment's list of subversive or-
ganizations because this would
give the Nazis free publicity.
He made his position known in
reply to a letter from Sen Kenneth
B. Keating. New York Republican,
who had urged the Attorney Gen-
eral to lake that action. Asserting
!hal the Justice Department and
all sensible
the Rockwell
ney General said that the Nazis
were being closely watched but
that listing as Mihversivc would
Shavit Rocket
Up for Sale?
TEL AVIV(JTA)A multistage
space roeket which will carry sci-
entific instruments in its nose cone
i< already under construction, it
was reported here Monday The
instrument bearing space probe,
designed to collect weather data,
He added that any repatriation will be Israel's third rocket launch-
would have "to be so implemented h
as to take fully into account Is A second missile already on the
rael's legitimate securitj and eco- |aunching pad was set be tired
nomic requirements Contrary to ( n)(, ,,|1|(, ajjer Tuesday's elee-
press reports, the Administration j (i|_ T!-.,. secon(J rocket was ex-
has made no suggestion either to peeted .,, penetrate 100 miles into
-u.iee. about twice the height of
He wrote that the United States
continued to support "some rea-
sonable interpretation" of the
United Nations resolution pro-
viding for the Arab refugees
"the option of repatriation as
law abiding citizens of Israel or
of compensation for those who do
not wish to return."
Israel or to the Arab stai's of anj
specific number ol refugees who
should be repatriated. Nor does
Americans" despise i the Department have a specific
doctrines, the Attor-' plan in mind, but believes tnai.
consistent with the in General
Assembly resolution mentioned
and the sentiments of Congress.
Shavit II, Israel's
launched on July 5.
first rocket
Continued on Page 16-A
Continued on Page 7-A
Meanwhile, it was disclosed on
Monday that a large West Euro-
pean country has asked Israel
to sell it a large quantity of me-
Continued on Page 3-A
Cincinnati Group Exposes Anti Semitic Hoax
Prayer books and other ob-
|*cts of worship are not import-
er or produced. Most of the Sid-
Continued on Page 5-A
CINCINNATI (JTA) A vicious
anti-Semitic hoax was brought to
light by the Jewish Community Re-
lations Committee here after the
influential daily newspaper. The
Cinemnati Knquirer. unwittingly
reprinted the hoax which is obvi-
ously geared for use by haters ot
Jews Negroes and all who believe
in racial and religious equality.
As a result Of the facts brought
out bj '.r.< JCRC, the Cincinnati
Knquirer published an editorial re- l
traction, expressing its regret for|
making use of an erroneous piece
of information." The hoax eonsist-
of a statement purportedly printed
in a book, allegedly published in
1912. entitled "A Racial Program
for the Twentieth Century The
author of the book was said to
have been "ai. English Communi-V
Israel Cchen. '
The Enquirer here has now
summarized its retraction in an
editorial which it entitled "No
Book, No Author." The non-
existent "book" by the fictitious
Israel Cohn had allegedly in-
cluded these quotations: "We
must realize our party's most
powerful weapon is racial ten-
sion. In America, we will aim
for a subtle victory. While in-
flaming the Negro minority
rqainst the whites, we will en-
deavor to instill in the whites a
guilt complex for their exploita-
tion of the Negroes, and begin
a process which will deliver
America to our cause."
Declaring the very existence of
the book its alleged author, and
the*quotation, "a piece >t Journal-
:.-: ( fakerj the JCRC said the
Continued on Page 9 A


Page 2-A
Jtnist FkrMljr
Friday, Augvist 18. lgtj
Israel Bond Chief Back from Latin
American Planning Trip for Good Will
i'tburning this week from a
v.' rhrifld trip through the (
K. < complete plans for tnt
'r;.r-AnuTican Friend- of Israel
(.i i d Will Tour," Dr. Aaron Kahai
ecutive director of the Israe,
Bi d Organization, reported a
number of fresh developments in
ci oection with the event.
I r Kahan's island-hopping trip
tcok him to a number of capital-
where he met with government of-
ficials and representatives cf the
variom local Jewish communities
tr complete plans for the festivities
li take place in each of the ports
of call.
Three hundred Miami Jewish
leaden will eke part in the Part-
t-~-eriean Tour on the firsf Carib-
tci-i voyage of tr.e Israel Zim lux-
cry '.\r.tr, S5 Jerusalem. The
tz*r vwili depart from Miami on
November 19 and return Dec. S.
: Kfch.,n pointed out that news
lour has created such a stir
: it has been decided
orgai .' a cruise in Israel to
i the -hip directly from Haifa
Miami.' This will be the first
istory that an Israeli liner
will sail directly from Israel to
-ii.
The .-chedule of events in con-
Metier with the cruise beginning
with the festive reception upon the
lin wal of the SS Jerusalem in Mi-
an and the Captains Dinner that
will include official recep-
Gurion and Mapai Win
Continued from Page 1A
satisfaction and unrest over Mapai
economic policies and the Lavor.
affair.
T*-e election leaves Premier
Ee-Gurion just where he was
it':-! t-.; elections, with no
t *i- end decisive mandate tc
-:n a new government, aro
ct ee-d to find new bases for
to 'ebcration in a coalition gov-
trame-.t with the partners with
whom h* fell out in the previous
reg'me.
T-e results are from returns of
. ;. civilian polling statio:.;
several hundred army pulhn.
- -till tc. 1.1 cl within
j the governments cf tr.e
:s countries to be visited.
-- with the Jewish commu-
I nities. and sightseeing tours
During ijis quick trip along the
of the cruise. Dr. Kahan met
with government officials in Haiti.
Curacao. Venezuela. Colombia, the
Panama Canal Zone and Mexico.
Describing festivities to take
place in each of the ports of call.
Dr. Kahan said that 'the ceremon-
ies of our arrival will vary from
port to port, depending upon the
customs and folkways of the land.
In each country, as we sight shore,
we will be met by colorfully-deco-
rated boats with bands in native
costume, ushering us into port.
Representatives cf the govern-
ments will then board ship and of-
ficially receive us in the spirit of
Pan-American neighbors with
whem we share a common friend-
ship for Israel.
"The receptions within the coun-
tries are being pWined along the
following lines:
"In Haiti, we will be guests of
the government at a gala affair at
the Grand Casino where a special
folk show will be presented in our
honor.
"In Curacao, we will entertain
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Holiday Schedule
Rabb; Morris Skop. Cantor Her-
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morning services on Wednesday al
& 45 a.m. Yizkor Memorial will
be iollowed with a special youth
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Sisterhood members of Temple
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dance at Suni .nd Hall on Wednes-
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hwy.. on weekdays. 9 to 5 p.m., and
evenings. 8 to 10 p.m.
vre i. c*era->r &*k*ni:r and his
coterie aboard snip, rd then be
guests at reception in the
Mfkvt Israel Svnagsgxe, the old-
est synagcaue in the Western
Herr.isahere. This, incidentally,
will be lh first time in 200 years
that a reeep'.cn o* this kind will
take place in the ancient syna-
gogue proper.
lr. Venezuela, he Jewish com-
munity will come cut to the port
City Of La Gua:ra to meet us. and
drive us into ".he- capital city of
Caracas where the government
will receive us in Bolivar Square.
with the newly-appointed Israeli
Ambassador to Venezuela doing the
honors.
"In Cartagena. Colombia, we will
be affordec a rare opportunity. This
is 150 years since the liberation of
the city ar.c a twelve day fiesta
hr.d been scheduled to celebrate the
event. Sine Cartagena happens to
be our sister city, they decided to
cxter.d the fiesta to Sunday. Nov.
26. the day of our arrival, so that
this will be- the climax of the na-
tion-wide- iiesia. Our arrival is
filled with happy symbolism for
the city, and we in turn will be able
tr join in a historic tolk festival
where we are guests of honor.
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Page 3-A
Schweitzer Offers to Head Peace Group
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,::eements for a S65.000.000 debt liquidation loan extended
jv a group of New York banks and banks in some 40 other
American cities were signed recently by the United Jewish
topeal of Greater New York and Jewish communities around
-.V country. Left to right are (seated) Albert A. Levin, of
J'eveland. chairman of the loan project; Samuel Leidesdort,
I-usurer of the United Jewish Appeal of Greater New York;
Joseph Meyerhoff, general chairman of the United Jewish Ap-
peal. Standing are Gottlieb Hammer, executive vice chair-
of the Jewish Agency for Israel; Rabbi Herbert A. Fried-
rv.an. executive vice chairman of the United Jewish Appeal;
iad Henry C. Bernstein, executive vice chairman of the United
[ewish Appeal of Greater New York.
By Special Report
LONDONDr. Albert Schweitzer
has agreed to serve as the honora-
ry head of a proposed international;
conference of religioui leaders to
mobilize the world's spiritual for-
eea for world peacce.
The acceptance of Dr. Schweit-
zer and a renewed effort for a sum-
| mit convocation of the world's ma-i
jor religious faiths were reported
here by Rabbi Maurice N. Eisen-
drath, president of the Union of:
American Hebrew Congregations, j
at the 12th international conference
of the World Union tor Progressive
Judaism.
Rabbi Eisendrath. speaking at
the Sabbath service of the confer-
ence at the West London Syna-
gogue, told the delegates repre-
senting 22 countries: "Before it
Is too late, we need to muster the
world'- great religions to act as a
itual force for world peace.
Premier Khrushchev. President
Kennedy and other world leaders
appear to be further apart than
ever before in their negotiations.
! is the task of religion to cata-
lyse, through their moral impera-
tive.-, the heads of state that they
may subordinate self interest and
hasten their negotiations so that an
accidental push of a button may not
cestroy the world."
we have noi
proved by our deeds to be G I's
ssengers of peace. Tht
struggle for a warless wor
up the images of the Qual
Schweitzer, of Gandhi ar. i N
not sufficiently of Judaism ori
It \ .'1 he j>airt.. ...
"We must break out of the strait
jacket of the past and now pro-
claim our readiness for almost any
sacrifice that the holocaust bhal
imminently threatens shall be!
averted." stated Dr. Eiiendr.r I
The idea of a summit conference
Of religious leaders was proposed
in 1959 by Dr. Eisendrath after a
world tour and disCUSSl tu with
leaders of Islam. Buddhism. Mos-
lems, Hindus and Shintoists as well
as outstanding members )f the
faiths. Since
ent of the !.000.000 rre:
R rm temple body repr- ;
ti3') synagogues in the Wes
[sphere has worked to bring
abvJt such a conference.
"My friend," Dr. Schweifwr
wrote, "what you propose is a
necessary and urgent task." Ha
consented to act as tne honorary
head of the effort to call such a
conference. "If my name *;. !
add to the calling of such a IB*1
ir.g, by all means use it."
Now that Dr. Schweitzer has lant
his support. Dr. Eisendrath re-
vealed that he is in communication
with religious leaders of var us
faiths to serve on the organizing
committee.
Justice Surprises' Eichmann
JTA By Direct Teletype
PEL AVIV Adolf Eichmann
Isail he was "greatly surprised" by
Ithe lair and decent treatment"
|he received in his four-month long
trial in Jerusalem, which was con-
. led Monday, according to the
r'nef cf his defense. Dr Robert
srvatius.
Dr. Servatius made that state-
i i Tuesday, prior to returning
\ its home in Cologne, Germany,
is not expected to return here
until November, when the court
hat tried Eichmann will announce
:ts verdict.
On the same plane with Dr. Ser
vatius w as an official delegation 1
from the West German Govern-
ment. Which has been observing I
the trial on behalf of Bonn.
Eichmann is being moved from
the cell he has occupied at the Beit |
Haam. in Jerusalem, during the j
trial, to a cell in the Jalemeh!
Prison, in Northern Galilee.
He told the congregation com-
posed of representatives of some
1,300,000 Jews throughout the
world, "We live at a time when
the Jewish vision of peace is un-
der deadly challenge, but as a
people, as a religious movement,
in our respective lands and on
the world sccene, we have spoken
tepidly, acted tardily without fer-
vor or fire.
"With some notable few excep-i
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Robert Kennedy's Decision election time m israel
Attorney General Robert Kennedy's de-
>n aot to place the American Nazi Party or.
- e subversive list can be argued horn several
p :.:. of view.
the least of these would take the posl-
the subversive list U is a ques-
tionable instrument whose presumably good
6:;::r.s have been obscured by countless
inequities; that, over the years, it has never
is en effectively updated to conform to the
: ieds of the changing times; and that, at best,
e list is merely a haphazard guide upon
which only the well-informed may rely with
: y degree of intelligent purpose.
On the other hand, the subversive list is
intended for the information of ail Americans.
well-informed or otherwise. The former may
scrutinise it in the careful light of its short-
comings; but the latter, if less judicious in its
application, are more vocal in their frequent
c:::ng of the list as an undisputed authority.
Thus, it is a sad but unqualified fact of life
firat the Attorney General's subversive list
re akes the most sense to the less informed. And
H is for this huge, amorphous group of decently-
-otivated Americans that the Rockwell hooli-
gans would be irretrievably doomed had Mr.
Kennedy stigmatized them as officially sub-
versive.
Clearly, the sophisticated citizen does not
require the clue of governmental stigma to
recognize the purposes and intent of the Amer-
ican Nazi Party purposes that go far beyond
:ts presumably popular anti-Semitic appeal.
ThiS' jt seems to us- effectively disables
Mr. Kennedy's central reason for refusing to
c.ace the Rockwell bunch on the subversive
-:st that such serious treatment of the party
would exalt it far beyond its prestige in the
ccuntry today.
That the Attorney General had to make the
decision gives undisputable significance to the
.-.mencan Nazi Party in the first instance. The
well-informed may very well follow Mr. Ken-
nedy's reasoning may. indeed, have antici-
pated it. But it is for the nation at large that
t.-.e listing of Rockwell and his henchmen as
subversive would have the most meaning.
The Motionless Swimmer
Secretary of State Dean Rusk's observation
--at Israel must be willing to make a double
Offer to the Arab refugees is an interesting one.
Wliat it does is to give the impression that the
.-.dministration has been forcing ahead in the
;:.nl'.3taIled raatte- oi bringing peace to the
-'.idaie East.
But the Rusk observation is like the swim-
-er who kicks uo the water all around him
without really getting anywhere.
The double offer of course includes resti-
ution and repatriation, and it is interestinq to
speculate on the details of what the offer in-
.oives. The continuing inequity, however, re-
mams unresolved. It places the entire burden
upon Israel without demanding similar pledges
c: the Arabs.
I: Israel is being boldly told what it must
co for ultimate peace in the Middle East, are
-e Arabs being giver, similar instructions?
Fundamentally these would suqqest Arab
recoamtion of Israel's political and national In-
egri.y, as well as the immediate abandonment
- aggressive acts against Israel, which in-
Ciude nlockade. b.acklistir.g. and threats of
military destruction.
About this. Mr. Rusk and our State Deport-
mjnt say nothinc cs they continue to kick up
t.ie water all arour.c;. K
They Changed Their Mind
Democracy is unpredictable. This is its
wecKness and its strength. Statistics last
wee* indicated that Israelis were showing lit-
ANYTIME IN AfYVBUNDS
tie interest in their fifth general election since
the Jewish Stale's establishment as an inde-
pendent nation.
Despite the tremendous heat of the day,
Israeli citizens flocked to the polls Tuesday to
cast their ballots for a new 120-man Parliament.
A good deal of the lack of interest had
been attributed to the country's general dis-
taste for the events leading up to the election
for David Ben-Gurion's battle with Pinhas
Lavon, secretary general of Histadrut. which
brought down the government.
Nevertheless. Israel on Tuesday returned
Mr. Ben-Gurion to the Prime Ministership.
Does this give strength to the charges by
some of Mr. Ben-Gurion's most vocal oppon-
ents that Israel today suffers from one-man
rule?
There were similar charges made in the
United States between 1932 and 1945. when
Franklin Delano Roosevelt died; but our coun-
try is none the worse for them today. Great
progress emerges from vital rule.
Despite the temper of Israeli citizens last
week, their broader judgment prevailed. Thev
may still be hotly critical of Mr. Ben-Gurion*.
but Tuesday's election showed they were not
critical enough to be willing to retire" his cogent
leadership.
IN HIS Aug. 7 "Jewish Mew*
letter- (vol. XVIM4). Wil-
liam Zuckerman declares that
the Eichmann trial representj
the latest manifestation of Is-
rael's "anti-Goyism," As he
sees it. 'the producers of the
Eichmann show nave
managed to revive the mem-
ory of the horrors and mcr
fcidities of the Nazi extermin
ation of the European Jews
Editor zuckerman is not at all sure that this has posithsjrittbss. Ui
our time, but he believes emphatically in the drama of the "statin""
which, he opines, "has influenced many people."
Truth of the matter is that Mr. Zuckerman deplores the trial
Number 33 otherwise he would not have made so much of its purported "anti
Goyism." Nor would he discuss it in terms of play-acting and what
he chooses to call "the Madison Avenue point of view." Reticent cr
rot. he grudgingly admits: "There was something about the evidence
in the later stage ot the trial that rose above commonplace prom
ganda."
Here. Zuckerm ml > an almost innocent kind cf awe at
tiveness of what he presumably condemns; and it is virtual'
his admiration for Israel's purpose has managed to overcome
his therwis predictably noclastic viev Nevertheless, his
- im thing aboi the evidence" begs for a forthright a
seems best stal .....sonal and crude invecttivi
' x us man about the sensil ilit:< s ol
' b slai thai hi la'Is to tee tfa...... is
ilaticn centering in the fihrase,
ibout seeks an explanation for what eludes
1 Mr Z need only turn to the ghosts -
in Jews. There, he i undoubtedly get on<
THE OVtaCOMPtNSATtD V3ICC
I DO NOT condemn tl ivish Newsletter" and its editor .
the board. Mr. Zuckerman's opinions are often better thai
spectable; sometimes they appear to be downright illuminating
a world Jewish community that ostensibly praises unanimity
regards criticism as tantamount to betrayal, his is an interest
often over-compensated voice, From personal and sometimes 1
experience. I can attest tc the fact that it is easy to be a I,
Jewish affairs one day and the object of implacable contemp
very next.
This depends upon whether one has pushed the popular viev
flown in its face For a Jewish writer to be a critic of his own (
munity. however gingerly he may practice his occupation is tc, c
the arrows of outrageous fortune Mr. Zuckerman is. thereto
rrian to be regarded sympathetically even apart from anv virtues ia
his work he may or may not have. His Is an original kind of th-
ing, or wculd be. if it weren't as smug and intransigent as he con-
sistently charges the Zionists with being.
How much more dense than Mr. Zuckerman can one get when is
his current issue, he bemoans the fact that the revelations at the
Eichmann trial "shocked sensitive and intelligent people who wen
too young to remember the original horrors"? In the "Jewish News-
letter eoitors view. "This served as powerful propaganda for the
favorite tenet of Israel's ideology: that anti-Semitism is a mvstenous
and mcurable disease of all Goyin,' and that the onlv escape from
it is settlement in Israel."
A Psychological Slip
Adolf Eichmann, through his defense at-
torney, has let the world know that he was
pleasantly surprised by his treatment in Is-
rael s court of justice.
This is a psychological slip. It sweeps
away Eichmann's central argument that he is
innocent that he was an insignificant coo
m a machine forced to do the bidding of the
machine's central purpose.
It indicates that, were the tables turned
there would be no pleasant surprises in store
tor defendants at an Eichmann-type bar of
justice.
Of course, we need no proof of this. The
concentration camp system he devised and
tne millions of Jews slaughtered in them tell
us more than adequately how Eichmann could
and did, act given the opportunity.
In his statement of surprise, Eichmann is
expressing his most cogent dream and outside
hope: that he will be declared innocent. Now
it remains for Israel's three-man court tryinq
rum to bring in the verdict.
MAGNANIMOUS Vim Of THE MUUSCUU
T ,SU,TORT ",S Vl*w' Mr z"kerman sadly quotes from Paul
mtiilSJr.i" ""S Uader" f July 31 ,hat *bru,al an" ^.slic
SnnS ,k .VS PSSlble m the 20th cen,ur? even amo"S 'civil.zed-
people, that Western countries are willing to allow Jewish refu-
gees to be sacrificed to national political interests: and that finally
thanon" S/USl*' l**8 JT' *"" "'themselves Jews rather
Austria h! t ?* ^^ *" had as "tizeos-of Germany
Austria. Hungary', and most European countries
I can not. on any occasion, count the "New Leader" as my
wherre '," *"* 2f 7 *"*"* Ne^h^ss. let the chips fail
with it rLnf-h'", thlS mStantC l am m ^lehearted agreement
Of ThJ imn, \! i"^ '^ Sidp f Mr' '>** h. his disCUSSH!
man Tho ^/.chmann trial on him. It is not on Mr. Zucker-
Jacobs' ^Vr/h8. y r^,era,eS h'S View Cf ,he trial in.terms of
ann-Goy.sm UIldcrsland'ng of the basic Israeli emotion of
the inS^ft Zuck"man believes that the trial has slandered
\L "v. rl-ni, 'sUa"s <** rescued thousands of Jews from
ered Chri Ti-,, K,0bv,ousl>- "^e concerned with these scat-
Perished in sensiblllt'es than with the sainted six million ,h0
heroically derl.r.'! th* h?* Christian indifference. Zuckerman
Zn '' 'he Nazi extermination of the Jews was the
co 'aZ of rnor^r ng ."ffif ,han ^nti-Somiti^m of the complete
coi.apse of morality and civilization ."
* : ...
ABSU1DI7Y Of HIS CONCLUSIONS
|T wSf TnS ,Tk m* that b0t" ",Cralit-v and civilization are doing o
la art"loriebdJn"^"* f bUrV'ni; **! ^.le anti-Sem.i.sM
The ffStSJ?!!^ f luXUr> obbles ^ Button,
strtteT \tr ESS cxclus,ve ~ ^a.n as history easily dem
man with ,\Z 7"T-. may COme ,0 ">etaphorc conclusions about
get n3 "vr oh, n3^ "?*- he wishes, but he w,U
mann trial ch^L/tu svmpath-v <>ward the motives of the I
cry of "CruXwi U0WSg perM,,,al Htoetoa on the historic i
understan^thS; T,UC^ h'm" Concl" those who tmplo"ed {? "^ 3 C'ak fr ^^
Breafest mo Si01! ,hc ,basis of ,h,s CI> ,hat 'w "OWed >
F.cnmmn And,, f I****, the advent of the ant, ( r.rist
of te trial hSfL ^^ "^^- that the Jacob, ,
it voe a n Vhr'' "' PMib,e Va,"i,l-V Prof- VaIe nia>
NotwiUisuXg, n?b^mhSe3?&, be7sh,ock^ *- Jews reject it
fial: j, has ronfirr.' 1 d,,0r Zuckl'rman concludes about the
master propagandists ,he gneral '* ,ha' Israelis
ho^a:sinz1xiSo7tav;fln,,rd'; n^ vohuri
"n ot navit II, only to find a smokinf
Continued on Page 6 A


Friday. August 18. 1961
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Editor Predicts Soviet
Jewry's Demise in Offing
Temple Menorah's teen-age leaders are leav-
ing for a ten-day encampment at the Leader-
ship Traininq Institute sponsored by the Con-
servative congregations in the Southeast re-
. .on. They will participate in seminars, pro-
'::om workshops and study groups, and re-
urn to assume their individual positions of
leadership in the Temple's United Synagogue
Youth program. Shown above are Michael
Robinowitz, Kenny Sussman, Mike Lesinsky,
Mark GranorJ, Barbara Segal, Meryl Weston,
Dickie Friedman and Patty Weston receiving
last-minute instructions from Rabbi Mayer
Abramowjtz, spiritual leader of Temple Men-
orah.
U.S. Poll Shows Eichmann is Guilty
Continued from Page 1 A
durs wo caw were yellowed with
age. It it quite obvious to any
observer that what Hitler was
unable to accomplish by force,
the Soviet Union will achieve
within a matter of the next ten
or 15 yearsnamely the disap-
pearance of its Jewry."
He asserted that only one syna-
gogue remains in even the largest
Jewish centers and that these are1
I visited only by old people who have
not been indoctrinated with t h c j
anti-religious propaganda of the J
I state. "Even these,'* he declared.,
live in constant fear that their
! motives may be misunderstood.,
| Anxious for news concerning Jews ;
I in Israel and the United States, j
(they nevertheless hesitated to \
| speak freely to us. They indicated
quite clearly that there were in-
formers among them who would re-
port any untoward act or conver-
j sation."
The young people, according to
IFlshbein, are completely assimilat-
ed, intermarry without hesitation,
and will have nothing to Jewish religious life. No ott.se
form of Jewish cultural or < rga.. -
zotional activity exists. A liters
I bi-monthly magazine, printed
Yiddish is scheduled to appear t. i
month, the first such publicat >Q
, since 1948.
Beth Torah
Sets Dedication
Beth Torah Congregation will
dicate both the sancluar> and
school at morning servu t s, 8.13
am. Saturday, Aug. 26. with a
dedication dance at 9 p.m t .-
eluding the festivities.
The interior and exterior ,!
building will be completed, incl I
ing the altar, sidewalks, soddii ..
pavements, parking areas and
ing of all classrooms. Tours of is
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classrooms and youth BynagOf
will be available.
\KW YORK (JTA)Americans
i 21 cities, questioned in a sample
i I through man in-the-street in-
i iviews, believe 'almost without
single exception"' that Adolf
cbmann is guilty of crimes
i.;iinst the Jewish people and
mes against humanity, The New
irk Herald Tribune reported
bi re.
The poll was conducted by the
Herald Tribune and other news-
papers in various cities, including
i lucago, Detroit, San Francisco,
Washington, Houston, Salt Lake
City, Cincinnati, Dayton, St. Louis,
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Respondents were asked if
they thought Eichmann received
a fair trial before the panel of
three judges in Jerusalem, which
had heard the case for four
months; what they thought his
sentence should be if convicted;
and what type of punishment he
should receive if found guilty.
Summarizing the results of the
poll. The Herald Tribune re-
ported:
'"Almost without a single excep-
tion, the men and women inter-
viewed believed Eichmann was
, guilty and that his trial had proved
| him to be. The very few people
I who disagreed made a point of
j Eichmann's claim that he was an
i underling taking orders from high-
er-ups.
"The margin was very narrow
between those who thought Eich-
mann should be put to death for
his crimes and those who thought
he should be given life imprison-
ment. There was a shade more
opinion favoring the latter. As to
what the court probably will de-
cide: Most persons questeioned be-
lieved Eichmann would be found
guilty but that his life would be
spared. Many seem to think he
would get life imprisonment."
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Of the American Jewish Community
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STARLIGHT. Pa. Th -
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Unenean-Jewish comm
ar< iair prophets .>i
just have not gottei
a to set hat is
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ron M Fenster
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2i- on participating in a typical
Dual Services
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Eth Jacob Congregant- is
rently preparing for services dur-
t. the High Holy Days
U rris B. Frank, president, an-
- k that Beth Jacob
>' pen its chapel to worshippers
non-memberv 'The main
r. ,;m of the congregation is
already jus: about filled by Beth
' Frank explained.
Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiritual
leader, will officiate at services
both in the auditorium and cnap-
el.
rice Ms
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n< ier tie sei
ri
eider was
he Home for
tfa< gd. of Oakland. Cal
s.n-e- youth program, the or-
cj- zatlon's fourth annual Lead-
ership Training conference.
taO > spiritual
r : the Jewish Center of
ghts, as well as associ-
r of The Reconstruction-
. a consultant on adult Jew*
... -. for the United Syria-
- f America, said that wani-
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States >me from
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:.including
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. Fenster admits there mav .? ,, .
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J, -., community >s be- 'he mu^ oi the hlur*-v
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fJenisti fhridUar
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lHJpEr Hro ^^ r:"
jymonc Rubin (left). Miami Beach philanthropist, is con-
fatulatec by Gabriel Heatter (center), noted radio and tele-
sion news analyst, upon being the first donor of a room
the Mortimer May Dormitory at the Kfar Silver Agricultural
nning School maintained by the Zionist Organization of
aericc in Ashkelon. Israel. Right is Mortimer May, of Nash-
le Tenn., and Miami 3each, in whose honor the 42 districts
We Soir.heast region of the ZOA are constructing the dormi-
-. The Rubins recently received the first annual Kfar Sil-
Awcrd of the Zionist Organization of America in recogni-
>n of their past support and devotion to Kfar Silver. ________
l-Partisan Leaders to Address ZOA
invention on U.S. Policy in Mid-East
By Special Re>art
NKW YORKL-jj i^r-i of the
>JnocratK and Republican Parties
frill be amcng the main speakers
the plenary sessnns of the 6-lth
iu.il convention of the Zionist
Utilization of America due Aug.
|t> Sept 3. at the Waliorf-Astoria
fe.
C.S. policy in the Middle East,
p special emphass on Israel,
be tht principal trume of their
Iresses. cccordin.> to the tenta-
agenda made public by Harold
."armely. national ZOA conven-
chairn;an. Gov. N'elson A.
kkfeller. of New York State, is
k^dule.l ;.! a guest speaker at a
uor plenary session
[Dedicated to th* 13th anniver-
|ry of the State of Israel the
ning session will feature the ,
Lrticipation in special festivities
| a large group of children who
serve their Bar Mitxvah during
Israels Bar Mitxvah Year.
T ii e convention will also high-
jht a luncheon meeting of women
Negates and wives of delegates
to be held in the United Nations1
Building at which Mrs. Ogden Reid,
wife of the former U.S. Ambassa-
dor to Israel, will be guest of hon-
or. A briefing conference on UN
issues will follow, to be addressed
by Andrew Cordier, Uncer-Secre-
tary for General Assembly Affairs,
as well as other UN dignitaries.
The keynote to the discussions of
the crucial issues facing the Zion-
ist movement today will be sound-
ed in the presidential address at
| the opening session by ZOA presi-
i dent Max Bressler. who has just
; returned from Jerusalem, where
I he headed a large ZOA delegation
to the Israel Bond leaders confer-
ence and also conferred with top
Israeli leaders.
Metro to be Debated
Miami Board of Realtors monthly
dinner meeting will be held Tues-
day at t h e Dupont Plaza hotel.
Arthur H. Patten, jr.. and John B.
McLeod will debate the merits of
Metro government David P. Bis-
hop, jr. will serve as moderator.
Israel Must Make
Double Offer,
Rusk Declares
Continued from Paqe 1-A
the problem deserves our earnest
study at this time." He added
that reports that "we expect Is-
rael to receive Arabs In a manner
W in numbers to threaten her se-
curity are without foundation."
Mr. Rusk suggested that the
grant aid component in the U.S.
I assistance program for Israel
should be shifted to the loan cate-
i gory under the new "ad for inter-
national development" program.
| He noted that Irael had "an an-'
I nual growth rate of eight percent.!
a per capita income of something
more than SI.000 per annum, and
an ability to administer a techni-
cal assistance program of its own."
He said these developments
supported the view that U.S. aid
to Israel should now be provided
on the basis of loans and sur-
plus commodities "rather than
grants." He said exact pro-
grams had not yet been deter-
mined but he gave assurance
"this Administration has no in-
tention of reducing the volume."
Rep. Rooney replied that he did
not see how anyone could expect |
Israel to repatriate any substantial
number of Arabs in advance of a
peace settlement He said that the ;
UN resolution "which is always :
cited in this connection, clearly in-
tended that repatriation should
come in the context of peace ne- ,
gotiations. and as long as the Arab
| leaders refuse to negotiate with '.
! Israel and persist in threat of war.
1 it is most unlikely that Israel
would open its doors to potential
' enemies "
i
The Congressman added that "it
is wrong to foster the illusion in
i the minds of the Arab refugees
; that we really believe that the
primary and initial burden rests
\ on Israel and that we are indiffer-
ent to her security and survival.
If we persist in this line, the Arabs
will never be willing to accept any
resettlement. This would prove a
disservice to the best interests of
the refugees themselves and would |
make it necessary for us to con-
tinue the UNRWA appropriations
indefinitely a burden we have
; no right to impose on our tax-
payers without promise of pro-
gress."
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Friday, August 18, 1961
Verdict in Eichmann Trial Due in November
CoT.nued from Paue 1-A .indictment, beginning with Count land and Slovakia, the murder of
( tea proceedings, had accused No- 15 and work,n8 backward to! Gypsies, and the killing of the
crimes against humanity were
committed in the course of these
transports."
According to Dr ServaUus. Eich-
maaa was not an accomplice in the
imana of committing crimes the fir.-t count which charges "a children of Lidice. Czechoslovakia
inst Jews, said Dr. Servatius, crime against the Jewish people.'Israel,*' he said, "did not exist
means only that the Nuremberg U.hen these acts were committed
l Units had succeeded in "mis- One by one, he attempted to de-;wnen tnest ac,s were coramiW'
I ; the international militarv :Tlolisn eacn of ,ne tunls in the Furthermore, they were not com-murder 0f Jews, he had nothing to
t: unal trying them If the prose- indictment. Not one of the counts mitted on territory later to become do with transferring to Germany
( ons arguments about Eicn. had been proven he contended. Th,' Israel." 'gold teeth and hair taken from mur-
rr.ni's responsibility were to be : prosecution he said, had not sub-' iered Jews, he had no hand in the
pcei, the attoine- insisted mitted proof of the criminal char-; Dr. Servatius went on to Count \az; program for the sterilization
- would provoke jov a-I -,i'.- u"-er of <'lc N;1/1 Parl> or of No. 8. which charges crimes by, of Jew-.
la< ion ^mong the Jew-haters of| SS. TheGerman Reich's political ( EichniMro to causing "He ill-treat- tfter completing his rejection ol
inent deportation and murder ol \ ,. the 15 points in the tndict-
th( world."
machinery, he continued, had mis-1
used these organizations. Collective
.'. hat the prosecution says is unishment for membership in the
< he continued with sar- N.,zi organization or the SS, he in-
( n, "I in all the Nazis still be- -oi, is "inconsistent with inter-
i' h can come out of hiding ial law."
ording to the prosecutioi
Jewish inhabitants of the states oc- ,.. Sorva.,.. entered upon
CUDied by C rmany and other Axi maiysls, of the istim >n> by the
edition, both thr ugh eyewtt-
version if Eichmann's role, there
i exisl any murder ordei i
t.i !'.. irer. li was not Go<
i ..i Paladins who i
i '.; Adolph Eichmann. The
: Himmler did not have
i commit suicide, and Martin
mann ( Hitler's deputy i can
new emerge from hiding. The'
pi Ity one has beer, found
- if Eichmann.*'
II the opening ot Monday morn-
r s sourt session. Dr. Servatius'
ted )y asking the court's per-
Sion to submit
mtS concerning
According to Dr. Servatius, the
prosecution had failed to estab-
lish the last two counts in the in-
dictment, which charged Eich-
mann with crime by belonging to
the SS and the Gestapo. While
those counts hold the SS and the
Gestapo to have been illegal by
the judgment of the Nuremberg
War Crimes tribunal. Dr. Serva-
tius declared the illegality was
based on a law adopted by Is-
rael's Parliament.
;'ate-.*' These, he insisted, cannot
be considered war crimes because ; .:[ ;.., JJt&Vj :7,',
such crimes can be charged only
to countries warring against e u h
Other, and there was no war be-
... ocun en 5 11 tich, Dr Ser
vatius -1 :. had been "d oul
of the lebris of I ; Reich "
tween [SI and Germany, he ar- -r .' _,..|,.. documentSi r;o he,d( are
ted
ible" as val : stim nj
A con-- involving crimmalitj re- beca se the Kazii
lating to the confiscation of Jewish ts "had theu wi
property, he said, cannot be con- Bl : interests I sal juar
sidered. as charged, a crime jams imata 1- "eminently
humanity, because such act- come !' as a scapegoat.'
under the heading of loot or thefl
even if committed. Israel's par-
The attorney challenged Israel's
iiamentary enactment calling these
acts criminal, he said, are contrary
io international law which limits
crimes against humanity to mur-
a -
im- prosecu-
ipu-acy Then, leading from c.jmmitted through deportations. ,lon had not proved lha! Erchmann
n< s m front of him, he tackled the Ike uprooting of populations in Po-|himsclf had appr0priated funds or
'enriched hun.-elf from tiie looted
J llcl n( lil ------------- ------------- -------------' I. Tillies dgillilM HUIIlJIIIi* IU llll
no helnvv o right to try Eichmann on counts 9! dcr, enslavement and deport
5L.Su. 1 *- t0 12' whlch dca,t Wlth war cnmes : tions. He held that the prosec
v for the death camp survivors
h 11 appeared a- witnesses, the
defense counsel said, he had re-,
trained from cross-examining them
"because their sufieruvj was too:
sacred for me to attack How
ever, he contended, he could have
Ij exposed contradictions, and '
could have easily proved that they ,
had testified of things that could
not have happened." It was 'hu. I
man nature." he held, "to embel- |
lish things and to complement I
fact."
Dr. Servatius tackled vigorous.
ly his claim that Eichman-i
could not be held punishable For
carrying out orders by superiors.
That Eichmann was only a small
man in the Nazi apparatus, -.
held, is proven by the fact that
he had received no promotion
after 1941. Eichmann only car.
ried out orders, the defense law-
yer emphasized, and "even uiv
der the Israeli criminal code a
person acting on superior order}
bears no responsibility for
crime." Eichmann had to carry
out orders without questiomnj
the cemmands, he said.
Concluding his long plea
Servatius told the court:
court can only determine ,1
happened, and serve uiwi 1
to history. We do noi request
giveness and forgetfulness
rather ;l: ,' .tnd truth. A ;-
tance must be created betwei
individual and the collective
turn must be made to self-restraint
and humanity. Let there bi ,1
judgment which will transcen
Eichmann casea Solomonic
ment which will show to the na-
tions of the world the wisdom jf
the Jewish people. This wil
rect the flaw of the abduction
would serve peace."
PHILIP WAIDMAN
Fashion Council
Elects Waldman
Phillip Waldman has been elect-
ed president of the Florida Fashion
Council. He succeeds Mai Marshall,
outgoing president
Other officers elected include
Murray Marcus, vice president, and
Harry Nissel, secretary-treasurer.
Members of the board of gover-
nors are Mrs. Bunny Jacobson.
Uberto Orvieto, Larry Niditch.
James Kahn, Dan Wagner, Ber-
nard Demsky. Henry Taubes. Jo-
seph Consentino. Henry Jacobson. 1
James Rosen, Norman Rothstein. '
Chairman of the board of gover-
nors is Uberto Orvieto. The or-;
ganization represents the ready-to-!
wear industry of Florida. It will
sponsor its annual Market Week
show Sept. 24 to 28 at the DiLido'
hotel.
The Florida Fashion Council is
at 35 NE 17th st.. Miami. Mrs. Belle
Bermann is executivve director.
properties.
In the early days of :he Nazi re-
gime. Dr. Servatius declared.
Eichmann tried actively to help the
Jews of Germany, When wartime
orders tightened the Nazi actions
affecting the Jews, he held. Eich-
mann simply acted under such or-
ders. If crimes were commit'.''
he insisted, higher authorities were
to blame. Eichmann was not the
man assigned by Hitler to imple-
ment the orders for the physical
annihilation of the Jews, he said,
declaring: "There i> nothing to
prove that Hitler assigned the job
of extermination to Eichmann."
Eichmann's job, as seen by Dr.
Servatius, was only to "taW*
care of any hitches that develop-
ed in the transport of Jews," and
"he did so." "The instructions
came from Hitler for strength
ing of the ethnic structure of the
German nation," he said. "The
accused received orders to per-
form all duties in the field of
transport. The prosecution has
net submitted any proof that
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Cruel Anti-Semitic Hoax is Exposed
Continued from Page 1-A Mortal Record by Rep. Thomas the newspaper reported. Mr. Hes-
, Abernethy, of Mississippi. When' ter "said lie had read it in some
hoax was clearly calculated to re- a ,ked Mr Ho.ter t0 ive neu,paper. but could not remem-
vive the old CommunisWewish th sourco of the a|, d quotation,; ,er whicn one."_________
plot label, long used by enemies
of American democracy."
A history of the development of
the hoax, and cf efforts to perpvtu-
aiv it. was developed by the JCRC.;
many of the tacts having been ob-1
tained from The Washington Star
which had printed the story in,
March, 1957 and retracted the
report calling it "a hoax." near-
ly a year later. The Star had I
eased its retraction or. Its own ex-
ensive research, after the take
report had been analyzed by Her-
man Edelsberg, director oi the;
Washington otfice ol the Anti-
Defamatioi League oi B'nai B'rith.
Mr. Ed< Isberg pointe out that:'
l Tl i'u ..- no record o! a Com- j
munist leader, philosopher or pam-
pnieieer by tie name oi Isi lei
.: England >r vhere;
o I i ok or pamph .* entitled
A .;.<...: Progran tor the Twen-1
tieth Century" is known to the i.i-
brary of Congress, the British Mu-
seum, or the National I'nion Cat-1
alogue which summarizes the hold-
ings of 800 libraries in the United
States: 3> No United States Execu-
tive or Congressional age cy con-
cerned with combating Commun-
' :sm. all oi Which have extensive '
biographical and bibliographic da-1
; ta. has a record of an alleged
Communist writer known as Israel;
Cohen; 4i The term "Communist
Party" could not have been
by an> Communist writer in 1912.
(i the term was r.o> coined un-
'17. when it was first used by
ounder ol the > Corn-
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writer living in Lordon, that the
real Mr. Cohen had never writ-
ten such a beck. The real Israel
Cohen was general secretary of
the World Zionist Organization
from 1922 to 1939, and is the
author of at least two dozen
books, net one of which deals
with Communism.
Among Mr. Cohen's works are a
history of Zionism, travel books,
and books dealing with contempor-
ary Jewish affairs based on his
broad experiences in Jewish work
dating back to 1909. when he was
secretary to the British Zionist
Federation.
The Washington Star stated edi-
orially, alter tracing the hoax:
Certainly one innocent victim of
this fraud has been Israel Cohen.
oi London, a journalist and writer
;l excellent reputation, whose
aame seems to have been gratuit-
ously exploited as part of the fab-
rication."
Vconiing to the JCRC and The
Washington Star, the hoax was
list made public in a letter to the
' Star by R. A. Hester, then chair-
\ .nan oi the Montgomery County
chapter of the Maryland Petition
Committee. Later, the Hester let-
ter v. as inserted in the Congres-1
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Hy Tadelman. director, an-
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will have (he blue and white teams
I competing against each other in
jail phases of camp activity. The
week will be climaxed by a banquet
i Friday with awards presented to
! the campers
Mrs. Jack August, administrator.
i reports another successful year for
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Pag 10-A
fJenist FkriHsr
Friday, August 13, 1331
Sky
Pirates
By MAX LEANER
LEGAL NOTJCS
LEGAL NOT : =
LEGAL NOTICE
There ought to be red faces in Congre.. ^W*Z
J'?e7"'siro'..'overnm;nt; but'thus tar looks as if the Bcardens were Just
promoting something on their own. .
Vide from the sheer crazy drama of it. this aspect of the pirac>
attempt seems the most ominou? to me. If Castro is able to give a num-
ber ot eminent Congressmen and even Senators such jitters that the
lose their heads and shoot off their mouths before they have any of the
facts then he has his battle with the U.S. half won already.
Castro has no nuclear weapons. Someday the U.S. may get into a
ten-* feud with a nation that does, and with a dictator who has Castro s
endearing personality. Will the members of Congress cheer just as
lustily for an ultimatum and a declaration of war as they do now, and
with "just as little patience in waiting for the facts?
&. # -to
AS FOR THE HIJACKING itself, whatever its motivation may have
been the time has come to declare it for what it is piracy 1 agree
completely with Najeeb Halaby the FAA Administer, that is should
meet the same penalties as piracy on the high seas
The laws against piracv have always been drastic, like the laws
against highwaymen, and for a quite simple reason. If you allow law-
lessness on the routes which any age characteristically uses for travel
and commerce, then you paralyze the main arteries of communication.
What should be secure becomes incalculable.
\nv regime worth its salt must prevent the terrorism of the skies.
It isn't* a matter of the five million dollars the jet is worth, nor even a
matter of the struggle with Castro. One is trivial, the other will in time
pas* But the question of whether the air will be policed and safe from
piracy, or whether air passengers will be at the mercy of a man with a
whim or a missionadventurer, mercenary, or fanaticwill be with us
for some time.
What Castro did. by putting himself into the sky piracy business in
th.- name of h.s cause, was to get the idea of hijacking into the heads of
a lot of people who may be greedy or bitter or just unbalanced. I suspect
the Beardens are a little of all three.
_*,_ _e>_ -vv-
AS FOR THE CUBA PROBLEM, that is a bigger matter than the
hijacking of a plane, and should be treated as such. The action of
Wifredo Oquendo. who stole an Eastern Airlines Electra at gunpoint and
forced it to land in Havana, did Castro far more harm than good. It
took a man who has been strutting as martyr, leader, and savior of work-
ers and peasants and reduced him to a simple pirate. His stock with
his Latin-American friends fell far, and he had to make a melodramatic
gesture in offering to give the plane to the UN.
If Castro is to be dealt with effectively, it will not be (as some sug-
gest 1 by sending an occupation force to Cuba to reclaim the Electra. It
will be by letting him face the consequences of putting himself, as the
only self-propelled human satellite in history, into the power of the Rus-
sian;.
One of those consequences is to turn Cuba, ever more nakedly, into
a Soviet-model state and society. The creation of a monolithic party.
Communist-dominated, has been the latest move in this direction. Even
if he wished to. Castro could probably no longer turn back from the dark
bargain he has made with the Communists.
There have been recent signs that he may be getting disillusioned.
But no one can any longer save him. If he tries to break with the Com-
munists, they will kill him and try to fix the blame on the U.S.
A SECOND CONSEQUENCE is Cuban hunger. It is a fearsome thing
to watch an island of fishermen with no fish to eat, an island of peasants i
with no meat. eggs, fruit, butter. This is the promised land filled with
milk and honey which Castro and his American apologists have hailed
as a triumph of Socialist collective will.
But Castro has chosen to make war on the hemisphere, and there is
nothing the U.S. can do now except let the Cuban people face the conse-
quences of hunger, while Castro uses their resources for tanks They
may in time know what decision to make about him. He will overreach
himself, for he has the madness of the overreacher in him. When he
doe-, in a major way, it will be time enough for the Americans to help
the Cuban people get rid of him.
Goldmann Reports Austria Jews
Willing to OK Restitution Plan
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
J.uish Agency executive convened
here this week under the chairman-
ship of Dr. Nahum Goldmann to
hear a report on the results of his
in nations with the Vienna Gov-
ernment on restitution to Austrian
victims of Nazi persecution. Dr.,
Goldmann noted that the over-
whelming majority of organiza-
tions of Jews of Austrian origin'
had accepted the agreement with
the Austrian Government feeling
that it was the best that could have,
been achieved.
Dr. Goldmann also announced,
that there were good chances 'hat
the Swiss Parliament would pass
a law enabling receipt by Jewish
organizations of bank accounts de-
posited in Switzerland by European
Jews before the Second World War
and in the early years of the war,
and which became heirless proper-
ty when the owners fel! victim to
Nazi persecution.
He said such a law would prob-
ably release those accounts which
have been inactive since 1940 The
Jewish leader also reported on an
agreement reached with the West
German Finance Ministry over the
payment of compensation to those
Jewish victim- of Nazi-m who left
Eastern Europe after 1953.
The executive also discussed the
situation of the Zionist organiza-
tion of France It was decided to
make an effort to establish a broad
confederation of all Zionist partic-
and non-Zionist organizations in
France. A foundation conference
for such a confederation will be
held in Paris m the near future.
NOT.CE BY P-S- CAT C'i
IS THE C'RC. SOURT :- THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ~ I- C-F
FLORIOi IN *N- r03 :-i3<
COLN"r> IN CHANCERY,
N I1C
WII.I.IA.V
I
HEKTA >ECK
1'. fendam
SUIT FOR 01 vor: -
TO HERTA BOECK
:: .1
N.-u i r muw Ick. N
i i are hereby no'
, 1 laln't for I
tiled igalnst > u, ind
quired I el
,: to the !' !'
1. -!.. ilntlfl Atl 'ANIEL
L. OILMAN, S.E
\ pth M ami I til
;inal Answer II ng .
?
fore 1 la)
August I II >u I lo 10
[ell
tgalnsl '
In th* Bill of
- shall
each week for four ms live wi.-
in Till: JEWISH FLORI1 AN
DONE AND 1 >RI >ER it Ml iml
la, thia .'mi day of July, AD
E. B. WEATHERMAN. Clerk
1 'i:. tit Coui t, 1 >ade Count FI01 da
(all B) WM W ST ICKINO,
] ; It) C
DANIEL I. OILMAN
114" N.E ISSrd Street
N. Miami Beat h, Fla wi 5-6
: .- i-n-t*
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 7783
JAC ZAt'HER.
Plaintiff.
AUGUSTA SMITH ZAUBER
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO AL'QUSTA SMITH ZAL'BER
r.OO Deal Lake Drive,
Asbury Park, Sew '- -
You AUGUSTA SMITH ZAL'BER.
"."" I>- ;ii Lake Drive, Asbury Park.
New Jersey, are hereto n tiffed that
1 'omplaint for Divorce has
filed ag i Insi you, and i re re
quired tii serve i i pj of your An-
swei or Pleading to th.- lint on
th^ plaintiff's Atl irney, STONE AND
RITTKI.. :'."" Industr kl Nal
Bank Bids., Miami, Florida, and file
the Iglnal Answ ng in
the office of the Clerk ol the Circuit
Court on >"" before the !9th da) of
August, 1M1 If yo 1 fall 1 do so,
judgment by default will be I
against you for the relief demanded
in th- Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED it Miami.
Florida, this 21st day of J ily, A.D.
1961
E. P. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Honda
(seal) By: WM. W. STOCKING,
ivpiin Clark
STONE AND ItlTTEL
3"."i Industrial National Hank Bl Ig
Miami 82, Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
7 28, 8/4-11-18
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 61C 7923
NEW YORK SAVINGS BANK
cm poral Ion exisi Ing und iws
of tli^ State of Sea York,
Plaintiff,
vs.
GARY KENT GARDNER \
Defendant -
NOTICE OF SUIT
T< I GARY KENT GARDNE : in I
BETTY J< lYCE CIARDN
ii: 8 W. Ith Street
Charlotte. North Ca
Vor ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a suit has ben brought igalnsl
by NEW YORK SAVINGS BANK, in
th.- above-entitled Court, to foreclose
a mortgage encumbering the follow-
ing described property, to-wit:
Lol 28, Block 1-'. CAROL CITT
GARDENS, according to the plat
thereof, recorded In Plat Book *.
at page 131, of the public records
of Da le Cc untj. F rida
and you are req i file your
answer with the Clerk ol the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida, at the
Courthouse in Miami, Flo* la, on or
befoce August 28, 1961, and t.> serve
a copy "f such answer upon i>\vn>
P CATSMAN, Plaintiff-- attorney,
whose address i- nth Fl...>r at tot
Eas| Flagler Street, Miami 32, Flor-
ida, on or before .i.i date, a.
quired b) the Laws of Florida. If
you fall to do so, the complaint will
!- taken as confessed b) you and a
Decree Pro Confesso ili be entered
list you for the relief d-manded
in th.- complaint.
DATED th i 25th day of July t.'Sl
E B LEATHERMAN Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade Count). Floi
'-ali B) HELEN KESSLER,
I -1. i- i
DAVID P CATSMAN
14lh Floor at I"! i: || *t
Miami 32, Florida
______________ I -11 -1 s
NOT CE 3- = 3- CATION
IN THE CIRCUIT :0oRT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOiC A_ ClRCU T W
f-cro* in v.: -: 32;
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No S1C ""
I .
P n Iff
int
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
tANK E \
12 : : i
,::: len, New J
V FRANK : i : '
! thai i
: igali t yo
an I you ire r. i lire i t serve i
Amwc '
v. ..... v NCENT -ACL. IR
\ : -- N Mian.
t and file I -' x'
tdlng
,,-. .I \ igi I6l i I
- Ignr fauli rill be
i
: f mplati I
, week*
In THE JEWISH FL Rll 'I ^N
i...\': vND R :::''-:i> it v
pi ,r| : this 21st da) A.D.
198
E. B LEATHERMAN
Circuit Court, Dade Counl rid
B) WM W T'JCKING,
i ; ll .
S \ INCENT PAUL rR
;; N E. 125th Street
North M ami, Florid i
Attorney for Plalntlfl
: ;i. *. t-i' -i*
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF J -
ELEVENTH JUT
IN
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN ANO FOR OAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. SIC 7811
PATRIPIA A CAPIT '.- '.
.tiff.
\ >.
ERNEST CAPITI !> ,
I f.ndant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION OF
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T' ERNEST CA PITOLO l-l 17
LCP Dlv. II
F.P.O
s in Frai irnla
YOU ERNEST CAPITOLO ire here-
by notified thai i I if C >mi
rce las I file i tgalnsi
ind you I to serve a
Inswer ir Pie iding to
the Bill if ''"'i >la ni >n the >lalni -
\- :.->. NEAL .1 DUNN, 1904 C >n-
(res; '' Florida ind
file u nal Answer i i1 i ling
in th- t f the Clr-
... .. ii\
if August 1961 to do bo,
j i Igment b) lefault wll iken
i for I relief dera in le i
;n the BUI if C
Thi.- notice shall he published once
i h -.1 eek for four < onse -u'i\ h
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
iNE AND IIRDERED ll M
! Ida this -'- la) K.Tt

E B LEATHERM vn Ilerk,
lit < *ourt, I >.. le i ml Fl la
(seal) WM W ST iCKIN !
Deput)
NEAL I DUNN
1904 C ngress Bull I
Miam Florida
Attori y for Pla
1 > S 1-11-18
_DICIAL CIRC." :r
Fl-OR'DA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 8376
SAM Kt'RLAND and H
KURLAND, his a
Plaintiffs,
* *
! iBF.RT .1 KN1GMIE and
.. ,.-,: MARIE KNIG41 .
:. ii\ iH.\ and Jointly,
l lefendani -
NOTICE BY P'JBLICAT'ON
TO: P' 'BERT 1 KNIO.JS
co Tk* 4fusWewkFols)eng :,>
Ashland A\ i nue and Ha v -
: i Imore '. Max)
YOU ARE HEREBY V rTIFIED
i i mpl ilnl to Foreclose Mo
. .,n the following deo libed pro
: ..- ::. Bloc ( ;. WEST I
i : EH IHTS, a' coriling to th a
.. i. .,< i lords i in Plat
at P ige H of the P ibjtc R
Dade County, Flo
._ been filed against : >u, u ,
-I'll! ed to serve a cop) ,
Answer "i Pleading to th.- Con i
m Plalntli s' attorne) H R i
KOLTNOW, 529 Waal Plagler -
Miami, Floi i, ind fl I he or|< il
Answer Pleading in the offl ,f
the Clerk of the Circuit Court n-
before the 8th day of September a
If \ ou f 'il to d '. .IuJkiii-
I... dt w ill be taken against j i
lei Ii in inded In the Com] i
DATED al Miami. Dade j
I... this 'h daj of Vugusi
E P. LEATHERMAN,
"lerk "f Circuit < -ourt,
I >ade Count). Hi "- i
iseal) By: E. H. I.a.wvay,
Deputy Clerk
H ROBERT KOLTNi IW
Attorne) for IMi :,2' West i agler Street
Mi imi. I-1"
U-lS-2ri. 'i/l
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PR03ATE.
No. 53567A
IN It I: ESTATE IF
MARJORIE M.-I,iPTH KEAN
NOTICE OF APPLICATION F3:?
ADMINISTRATION UPON ES-rari
OF PERSON BELIEVED
TO BE DEAD.
TO WHoM IT MAY CONCERN
WHEREAS, JAMES F. KEA.N
filed a Petition for Letters of \
Istratlon ^n the Estate of MAR.I
McLOL'TH KHAN. person . bi dead; evidence will b< i I
before th. Honorable W F
.'.unn Judge, at his Chambers
i de "ount) Court House, Ml I,
Plot Ida, al 11 ;00 A M on Se
IS, 1961, at which time th.- Couri II
hear the evidence concerning tl
leged ibsei.....' the ipi I
dent and th.- clrcumstan and d i
ti.n thereof.
Anyone having any dance >- lo
the whereabouts "f the said MAR
JORIE Ml.oi'Tll KEAN i
iresenl and present i ;'h e\i'i.-' ii
- tid time and place
DATED this *th da) ot *
1961
JAMES P KEAN, Petit! mer
3101 N.W, ISSrd s*
1 ipa Locka, F >i i la
\i:m:i; si >I.OM( N
AC i ne) for tl Pel Itloner
l2o."i M--i-......Hi in Bank Bldg
M ml 12 Fl rida
i/U-| 'i
Controversial Film Slated
The controversial film, "Opera-
tion Abolition," will be shown at
Temple N'er Tamid on Tuesday at
3 p.m. Speakers taking opposing
viewpoints on the film will be
heard.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTV
FLORIDA l\ pq;3-"-
No. 53'1- S
IN RE Bstal
IRVING PoRITZKY

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Po All Predltoi
'' Claimi r s
Esl te
You are hereb) n
ed i.. present an)
in. h > ou it a) ha\.- ... ...
.f IRVING PORITZ1 ,-..i
Utte ol Dade County, PI .
il Dad.
rile the same in their
' mty Courthouse In 1
rida wit] ...
from the
hereof, ..; the
MARY POR
Admlnlsti itrlx ,
-a Ml EL STE

.-!- I
IN THE CIRCUIT CO'. ''T -ic- tvJE
ELEVENTH JUDlC'A ? }F
FLORIDA IN ANO s *R Z 3-
COUNTY. INCH -,:.
No. 6'C 7924
H \mi:i it.; SAVINGS BANK
r .. : m existing inde I
f the State of N v .
v s
FRANK 8 PAFVMI
Defei ints
NOTICE OF S.I r
T PR VNK S. PAP
J< IAN M. PAF
214 Park St:- I
Fulton, New V <
V ai:k HEREBY \ "i U
i suit 1 ig t you
b) HAMUl'RO SAVINGS RANK, In
the above-enl losi
a in..i tgage encumb | i'. .llowlnct
described
Lol it. Block : CAR-L CITY
QARI >ENS. a i ng I the plat
thereol i Plat Bool
u pagi the publl h d-
of Dade int) PI
and you req red to fill i m -
Bwer with 'h- Clerk of the Circuit
I i : Flo la, it the
ii 'Use In Miami, Pi .nd i. on or
\ .- 161 ind to serve i
'i'1 such answer up in DAVID P
' 'ATSMAN Plalntli ne). w hose
address Is i ith Floor at I ll Easl
Ml inn 12, Fl .n la. on
or bel ire said date I b)
the Laws of Florida \: iu fa
do so, the compla nt u II
>ed b) you ind De ree Pi i
fesso will I id a ilnst > >u
lief deman le I In
plaint
DATED this rth l iw if luly, I ;!
E H Ll CTHERMAN
Court, Dide C nl la
By: K M LYM w
i
DAVI CATSMAN
: i a
18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY Git
h- undersigned! desiring to
business under the flctitl i is
i:xi'iti-:ss\VA v KiitNiTfiii: n
SALVAGE al S90Q N W :
Miami intends t.. renl^ter SI '
v ith the Clerk .-f the Circuit C >l
i lade i '..ant v. Florida.
WILLIAM CURR \ N
I II-H-! 'i
'N THE CIRCUIT COURT 0=- THK
ELEVENTH JUO ; A_C RCt tqf
flor o a in n: ?i- =
COUNTY N JHANCERV,
'

De1
MOTICE BY PUBLIC at
.i [' ': '
"
the ah
thereof

'" July i
ii Dade Co
t> I :ierk
I, '', i-n -H
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THi
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ClRCU )P
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR OAOX
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 6IC 8185
HAMBURG SAVINGS BANK i
Duration existing under th*
i the State of New York,
Plaintiff.
va
PAPI. P STOUDT, et ll,
i lefen 'ants.
NOTICE OF SU'T
Ti PAUL F STi lUDT u
' ;i BNNA I. STl 'i
Pi' Box S8S
Mel lenr). Illinois
YOU AUK HEREBY N' >T1 ''
a sull has l.....n brought israli
b) HAMBl'RG SAVINGS BANK In
the above-entitled Court, to I
a mortgage encumbering I
Ing described properts .
Lot i, Block 5. BEL-AIRK
TION ONE, according to
thereof, recorded In Plat ':
al page 16, of the publti i *
I lade 'ount) 11 rldo
ami ) .hi are required to
answer with the Clerk
Court of Dade O
the Courthouse In Miami, F
i fore Beptembi
serve .. op) of ii ii is i
DAVID P CATSMAN, Plainl
' irney, whose address \
Easl I- lagler Str. et. M-a
., on or befon
Ired b) the Laws '
you fail to do so, 'li
taken as onfess. .1
.... Pro Confesso m

I mplnlnl.
DATED thia Isl d
E. B LEA
:. t Ol
Dade Com "
seal! B) M. CAVA "

DAVID P CATSM \ v-
I Ith Fl ir at I


i
: P
i
NOTICE UNDE'
FICTITIOUS NAVE LA -'
NOTICE IS HEREB
the undersigned, de
ness und : ..... I '
HOSPITALITY TOURS
IVr, Miami 51
i ntme > "
the C nil C ;
TKI-M OBBOK <;5


Fiidoy. August 18. 1961
Blistering Day for Israelis Who Take to the Polls
*JpHf5#? rhrictiar
Pcge 11-A
JTAEy Direct Teletype
ri RUSALEM On an unusually
hot and bumid flay, Israel..* flock-
ed to the country's 2,600 polling
place? Tutsday. usir.g every mode
of trar.?j
airplanes, or walking from their
homo to tin .< -; preoinct, to
;. ter Gustavo L. Levy
been named general
rman oi the 1961 B'nai
- Foundation campaign
New York. Annual fall
c ;ve heirs support B'nai
: 5 youth cctivitis.
Mh\ Schilf on Television
Morning Chapel." television
I am sponsored by the Greater
Rabbinical Assn., will be
lb) Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
. ritual leader of Congregation
El, or, Friday, 10 a.m.. over
Ch. 10.
Flcgter School
Now Registering
R< gist].." .- r.ov. ic |: ogress
for the 1961-62 s r at the
..:... Jewish C< nter
; -
T1".: : 50 S\H 51S1 pi., II
.y i i Miami, and
..... :..:;: : etween the
. g<.- f three i fiv< lor nursi i j.
. garten, and readiness
: 11 gTI
Under the g.::dance of ;.censed
teachers, th children enjoy a pro-
ti of music, art. daneir.e. games
play, storytelling, and trips.
These activities are all integrated
at the appropriate seasons with the
! celebration of Jewish and Ameri-
can holidays.
The reading program of the
readiness for first grade class pre-
pares children for entrance into
the f:r.-l tirade of public schools.
A school bus is provided for the
transportation of those who require,
it.
casl their votes in the country's
tifth gt neral election.
From 14 party lists, Israel was
Choosing the 120 members of its
next Knesset.
Voting was very heavy in this
Citj during the early hours Tues-
day morning, since weather fore-
casts had predicted the extraordir.
arily high temperatures. By noon.
the crowds at the polling stations
had thir.ned down, but they were
.xpected to become heavier again
later in the day.
In soite of an election cam-
paian which, except in Tel Aviv,
irenerared little excitement on
the who'e, it was believed that
the toral vote would be very
heavy, with a very large percen-
tage of Israel's 1,260,000 reg-
istered voters exercising their
franchise.
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Joseph Nahmaias. with a group of
aides, set up headquarters in an
airplane flying over nearly the en- I
tire length-ad fereadtfi of Israel.
hut by mid-afternoon there had
been no incidents wh*ver v.
cept in the Mea Shearim quarter
ot this city, "here tne mua<.. aiuus
members of the Neturei Karta
have their headquarters.
In Mea Shearim. police detained
Rabbi Arr.ram Blau. leader of thr
Neturei Karta. who was exhorting
persons approaching one of the
polling precincts not to participate
in tht "Zionist" elections Mom
bers of the Rabbi Blau group
were picketing the polling station.
i au said thai his followers
were taking down the names of
orthodox voters who "dared"' to
cast their ballots, and that "we
may excommunicate them."
He was visibly disturbed when
his own brother. Abraham Blau,
entered fhe very precinct besieged
by the Neturei Karta.
Liens Club Has Clinic
Mian i s< uthwest Lions Club is
having its annual vision screening
clinic on Saturday at Douglas Park,
SW 28th st. and Douglas rd from
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Friday. August 18, 1961
Ner Tamid Adds
To Benefit List
Dr. Ben L. Fabric, president of
Temple Ner Tamid. announced this
week that the Ner Tamid religious
school will offer free tuition lor
children of members from the ages
of five to confirmation in both the
Hebrew and Sunday schools;
The move is now added to the
other member benefits, including
the membership seats for High Holi-
day service?, annual membership,
and participation in all social and
cultural activities of the Temple.
Temple Ner Tamid's spiritual
leader is Rabbi Eugene Labovitz.
The sanctuary is air-conditioned.
Rabbi Labovitz is assisted by Can-
tor Samuel Gam berg, with the choir
under the direction of Joseph!
Schreibaman.
Ner Tamid religious school regi-
stration will lake place Aug. 27 at
Skiar Auditorium on Caryle ave. |
and 80th st. Mrs Norman Holland
will be registrar, assisted by Mrs.
Mollie Mervis. president of the
PTA. Reservations for seats for
High Holiday services beginning
Sept. ll are now being taken at the
main office.
Louis B. Hoberman is the Tem-
ple's school board chairman.
Beth Sholom Building Wing
Wrecking crews have begun
work on demolishing the old build-
ing of Temple Beth Sholom, of Mi-
ami Beach, in preparation for the
erection of the new administrative
i wing of the Temple, .according to
; an announcement by. James M. Al-
| bert president.
Plans for a new administrative
wing were adopted at a recent
meeting of the Temple board and
a campaign to raise the funds for
its erection will bcg:n in the fall
under the chairmanship of the
Temple's financial secretary. Louis
F. Snetman.
The demolition of the old build
Cantor Dove Rosencweig, of
Havana, Cuba, will render
the musical portions of the
liturgy during High Holy Day
services at Beth Raphael
Congregation.
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A memorial evening in honor of
Ihe late Yiddish writer Chaim Gut-
man, will he held Monday evening
al the Farband Labor Zionist Cul-
ture Center, 842 Washington ave.
Gutman, who used the pen name
"Der Lebediker,'* was the author
of many books in Yiddish, and
wrote for the Yiddish daily press
for 50 years. The memorial is un-
der the auspiees of the Farband
branch which carries his name.
"Der Lebediker." David Pinskj
Folk School, and Farband Labor
Zionist Culture Center.
Participants will include Joseph
Zuckerman. president, Lebedicker
branch. Jacob Fishman. Max B.
Astor. M. Chometz and Louis Lasa-
vin.
Seiden Unveiling
The dedication f. the mcttiorv of thv Uttt
SIMON SEIDEN
u ill ui\e place
Sunday, August 20th at 11 a.m.
al Ml S.ii.n Cem< i
1125 N NV 137th Street. Miami,
: \'.: hdn Zetch i
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I: k rids .md relative are
-.. J to attend,
Emanu-EI Camp
Ends Season j
Temple Emanu-EI's summer
camp sessions ended on a note of
i success last week as more than 200
! parents and relatives gathered to
view a special performance of al-
most 100 campers, who presented
in Freedom's Light."
This was the Miami Beach con-
gregation's fourth camp season,
with a record number of children
enrolled for the eight-week session.
Since its inception, the camp has
been under the personal supervi-
sion of Dr. Irving Lehrman, the
synagogue's spiritual leader, and
directed by Milton Feinstein, foot-
ball coach and history teacher at
Miami Beach High School.
Programming was coordinated
by Mrs. liana Burstiner, one of
Tamp!* Emanu-EI's Foundation
School teachers. A complete arts
and crafts program was planned
and implemented by Dorothy
Gruen, of North Miami Beach.
Jeanettc Goldberg, a Temple
Emanu-EI nursery school teacher, I
was in charge of the youngest child- j
ren. University of Miami medical j
school students Jerry Sheldon and
Barry Glassman rounded out the i
senior counselor staff.
Junior counselors included Jill
Channing, Sonia Glasser, Efrom
Lieber, Larry Schwartz, Alice
Jacobson and Dale Berman. They,
were assisted by Donna Ruff and
Robcrl Goldman.
ing. at 4144 Chase ave.. which has
served Beth Sholom for the past
16 years, marks a milestone in the
life of the congregat.on, according
to A'bert in hi announcement.
"lI-.tH; we trcctedWhe present
sanctuary and' eiiditcfrfum -nt 4130
Chase ave.. south of the old build
in-; now being demolished, the
4144 Chase ave. structure housed
our sanctuary, religious school,
nursery chool, and social hall." he
said.
The new religious school class-
rooms were completed last spring,
"and we are row on the way to
building the new administrat on
wing, which wi!J be a one-story
structure set back from Chase
ave 100 ft. l! will rise directly
north of the entrance lobby of our
sanctuary."
The new wing will contain ad-
ministration offices, rabbi'!; and
cantor's studies, an "auxiliary
oom" for the board, Brotherhood
Sisterhood and PTA committee
meetings, a religious school ass. nj.
jly hall, a Young People's lounge,
library, arts and crafts shop, and
storage facilities.
Spiritual leader cf Beth Sholom
s Rabbi Leon Krofluh. Cantor is
David Convisei-."
SAUL MINDLIN
Found Pp^ce
rran W>* "n
On mis, the third anniversary
of the tinumeh drath of their
beloved Saul nu mother. Mrs.
Fannie Mindl : rid brothi >
Leo moum h.m deeply. Saul
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Justice is the Basis for All
Good Qualities in Mankind
By RABBI SHELDON STEINMETZ
Congregation Yehudah Moshe
In this week's portion of the
Torah, we find the sentence. "Jus-
tice, Justice, shalt thou pursue."
The duplication of the wor "Jus-
tice brings out. u th {real empha-
sis, the supreme dutj of even-hand-
ed justice to ai:- ice whether
to your profit or Loss, whether in
word or action, whether to Jew or
non Jew. A lass lie rabbi ex-
plained this insis f on Jus tice,
Justice" to Impl.. "D use un-
jus! mean: ," or
o use a m id nva "The
end does not ju
Man is jlo ilopj il jus-
tice is str
enough, to ti ium itn ml i
resorting to in in the eyos
ot th? prophet, a di-
vine, irresisti i v.\_ musl
not resort 10 let p in and guile to
bring about wha we may. believe
.0 be justice, but father should we
use kindness and cooperation to
achieve our ends.
"Justice. Justice shaU.thou pursue"these passionate words may
be taken as the keynote pi the humane legislation of the Torah. ana of
the demand for social righteousness by Israel's prophets, psalmists and
sages.
"Let Justice roll down as water, and righteousness as a mighty
stream," is the cry )f Amos.
Justice is not the only ethical quality in God, or man. nor is it the
highest quality, but it-rs.the basis for alKthe others. "Righteousness
and justice are the foundations of Thy throne," says the psalmist. The
whole idea of the divine rests on them.
To understand the idea of Justice in Israel, we must bear in mind
the Biblical teaching that man is created in the image of God, that in
every human being there is a divine spark, and that each human lile
is sacred, ani of infinite^ worth. In consequences, a human being can-
not be treated as.a chattel, but must be treated as a personality; and as
a personality, every human being is the possessor of the right to life,
honor, and the fruits of his labor
Justice is the awe-inspired respect for the personality of others and
their inalienable rights, even as injustice is the flagrant manifestation
of disrespect for the personality of others. Judaism requires that hu-
man personality be respected in every human beingthe prisoner of
war, the delinquent, the criminal condemned to death.
It is thus obvious that the idea of Justice in Hebrew is akin to holi-
ness. Isaiah has for all time declared, "The Holy God is sanctified by
Justice."
The final disappearance of injustice and oppression is represented in
the New Year "Amidah" as the goal of human history, and as synony-
mous with the realization of God's kingdom on earth.
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must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later
. thajj Frifii>ya.m^.prece.dioa the week of publication. All re-
leases received after that time will be returned as proof of
their lateness.
KABSl SHELDON STEINMETZ
. respect for humanity
1RANSLATI0N -

Green Gold Grows in the Negev
What is the purpose of culti-
in^ agaves? From the long
1 n leaves of the plant, the sisal
nes are manufactured. In the
' Unies, they are turned into
ird| and ropes. The agave fibres
stronger than any other fibre,
1 the fibres of the Israel agaves
ver\ long, heavy and strong.
Today the agave bushes in Is-
'I cover an area of 8.000 du-
ims. It is now intended to in-
ase this area to 20.000 dunams
m t up in the neighborhood a
rdage factory. In this way. em-
oyment will be given to hun-
eds of families
Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit)
Scripture doci not MV of the
fecfle of J\(ineveh that God saw
their sackcloth and fasting, but
"God suui their worlffi-" MISHNA.
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why is it customary to collect
charity when taking the deceased
out of the nous* or during the
funeral procession?
torn is contained .n :he phrase
which is expre-sei repeatedly
while collecting the alms. The col-
lectors exclaim: "Charity rescues
from death." This can be taken to
mean that the sight of death should
induce th; onlookers to give char-
ity as a means >f prolonging their
own lives. It is also understood
to mean that the chanty given at
that moment will spare the deceas-
ed from dying spiritually, once he
has already passed away physic-
idly.
Because of the chanty given at
his funeral, the soul of the deceas-
ed is expected to live on in the
Garden of Eden, rather than to
pass away into oblivion.
Others have claimed that the
charity indicates the unity of the
people of Israel and signifies the
fact that the deceased was part
of a great body and a great people.
Still others contend that the char-
ity indicates- that the death of the
righteous brings penance to the
living.
Assuming that the deceased was
a righteous person, the giving of
charity indicates that the living are
repenting by giving charity and
are thus reaping the forgiveness
which is rendered unto the living
after the demise of a righteous per-
son.
..-..... i
This page, ii prepared in co-
% operation with the Spiritual Lead-
ers of the Greater Miami Rabbin-
Cdl Assn.
RABHI MAX A. LIPSCHITZ
Coordinator
Contributor
RABBI SOLOMON BCKIFS
Gems of Wisdom
Why do some people repeat the
Memorial Prayer "Kel Mole Ra-
chamim" at the graveside a num-
ber of times?
This" is usually done in response
to pledges of charity given by va-
i rious people for groups or organi-
zations. Actually this prayer is
based upon a contribution of char-
iity.
Many authorities contend that
without a definite pledge of char-
' :ty included in the recital of the
prayer, the effect is meaningless,
since the whole essence of the
prayer Is to pronounce the offering
', of charity by virtue of which the
ultimate peace and salvation of the
. soul is sought as a reward.
*
Why is the "Shmoneh Esreh" short-
er on th* Sabbath than it is
during the week?
The Shmoneh Esreh of the week-
I day prayers contains a number of
I supplications asking the Lord for
I the necessities of life.
AQUDATM ISRAEL. 7801 CaNyle V. .
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Eva'
I i... i .. r |. [, s.i i rir. s .-.ii a m. ;
s.. in..11 "The Survival it th Jew
Ish S|.
*NSHE EME8. 2533 SW 19tn IV*
Co"""-v.itive. Miwi' Si'brm,nn
P' eiiQen:

BETH DAVIO 2*~~ S-V :-d av- Cor.-
servat ve Rabbi N an Snapiro.
Canto A/lllium XV. i_iason.

BETH EL ;.-3 SW ITtll ae Orthodox
o.ibbi S-'ooi-- -- 'f
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BETH EMETH, '. 2nd ave.
Consi'ra:iv-. Ra x Shap.ro
Cantor H rr in Fein
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BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Pr>!r* av. Or-
thodox Rajoi H. LOus Ra-.tman
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9ETH JACOB. 301-31' Wajhinjjton
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tiber Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamche.
... > '. A !ll t
<- in .ii s. I -1 dRmc
BETH KOOESH. 11551 Quail Roost dr.
Raboi Haroid Richter.
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BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave
Orthodox. Julio* Sapero, president.
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BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E Rackovsky
BETH TORAH. 164tn st ad ME 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
chitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
iimtm.
FYldu) 6 10 ; m S mon: "Portion of
the Week." Saturate) K:4ri a.m. Bar
Mltsvah: \-.\rr\. son o( Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Knltkln.
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CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strasifeld.
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Sam-
uel April. Cantor Gerahon Levin.
Kriduy S:*S p.m. Safrrta' '' :i m. s. r-
mon: "Thou Shah Not Reepeet Per-
OBH." llirui.i. Bar Mit?...iii. All. ii.
on of Mr and Mrs. Qabrlel Qruber.
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DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd at. Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Eroanuel Mandal.
Friday 8:30 j> m Rabbi Kiehtrr will
review "The t.st of th.- Juet." Bat-
urda> 9 a.m. Bersnon: "iv.rii.in of
the week.'-'
FLAGLER-GRANAOA. 50 NW 51st
pt. Conservative. Rabbi Gerald
Lerer. Cantor Harry Zaretsky.
Friday fi:So p.m. Baturdaj ? a.m.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th at. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross.
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HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON-
GREGATION. 1150 W. 68th st.. Hia-
leah.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 29th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
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MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th ave. Traditional. Can-
tor Fred Bernstein.
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OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weberman.
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SEPHAROIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Coll.ns ave. Cantor S. Nachmias.

OUTHWEST CENTER. 8438 SW 8th
st. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
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TEMPLE AOATH YESHURUN. 1025
NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd.
Rabb- Max Zucker.
i"i Idas '
Knekjey ..:. p.m. SermoR: "Our Pur-
pose.
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TEMPLE 1c.Th A.-'/. 5850 N. Kendall
dr., S Miami. Rerorm Raobi Herbert
Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner.

TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
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TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Sun;land
Hall. 11539 So. Dix'e hwy. Recon.
structionist. Rabbi Morris Skop.
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative
IV..I ^ s p.m Baturda) B a.m. Rabbi
.- amuel Mendelowlta will offli lati.
.l.-.-i.-;.-li i > i"nt..r i..\\ Alsenatadt.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Ch.
ave. Liberal. Rabbl Leon Kronish
Cantor Oavla Convlser.
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Harry
L. Lawrence.

TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washino
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvine
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch Adler.
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TEMPLE iSRMfck. 137 NE 19th *_
GEMS OF WISDOM
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HEINI
Registration at
Miami Hebrew
Registration for the Hebrew and
Sunday schools at Miami Hebrew
Congregation. 1101 SW 12th ave.,
is now in full swing.
The school provides a Jewish edu-
cation program for children from
5 to 15 years of age. The program
is under the supervision of Rabbl
Lionel Feldman. Teachers are li-
censed by the Bureau of Jewish
Education.
Registration is being taken daily
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.. and on Fri-
days and Sundays from 9 a.m. to
noon.
Reform. Rabb' Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
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TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Bermon: "Justice.
Justice shall Thou Pursue." Candle
blessing, Mrs. Bernard Vesner. Oneg
Shabbal hosts: Sisterhood.

TEMPLE MENORAH. 820 75th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
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TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. ana)
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi.
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Santuel Qombera.
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TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100
NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno
M. Wallach.
Frlda) S:1S p.m Serin >n "The use
..f the Torah
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 881
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbl
Leo Heim.
HYiiiiv s:ir, p.m. Bermon: "Let Our
Action.- Bespeak Our Commitments."
Saturday B a.m. Bar Mltivnh: David,
-..n ..i" Mr and Mrs Blvln Johnson.

TEMPLE ZAMORm. 44 Zamora ave.
Conservative. Rabbi B. Lnn Hurwitz.
Rrl.laj p.m, Saturdn> S:43 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. Rnbh; ^-"han Zwitman. Can-
tor Albert Glantz.
Krldaj :8u p.m. Birmon "KpeaklngT
Silentl.i to Hod." Ones. Shabbal hosts:
Sisterhood Baturda) 9 am. Bermon*
i 'hoosins. lur Judtles."
YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
st. mmMz. Cantor Maurice Neu.
Prlda> 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "Isrel and
Prei l..m of Relbzlon." Bar MlUvah:
Peter, son if Mr. and Mrs. Kurt
I nkw a) How rtrd, non of Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Ross: t ; m., Larrya
son of Mr. and Mrs S ymoui Eabln.
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VOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171st St.
Orthoi-ix. Raobi Sherwin Stauber.
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CANDLlLIGHTING TIME
6 Dul 6:40 p.m.
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i-Jenis!! fh>ri<0ic*r
Friday, August 18, 19G!
Browsing With Books:
By HILARY W1NDL1S
Religion as a Significant Scciologic Study Factor Today
THE RELIGIOUS FACTOR. By Gerhard Lenski. 381 pp.
New York: Doubleday & Company. $5.95.
pEGULAR synagogue attendance is strongly linked
with age. and largely confined to the older gener-
ation ...
White Protestants (contrasted with Catholics) are
twice as likely to criticize Jews tor unfairness in business
practices as for religious intolerance .
Negro Protestants are more critical of Jews than
are white Protestants or Catholics, while lews are the
least critical of Negro Protestants .
White Protestant mothers spank their children
do Catholic and Negro Protestant mothers .
Catholic business and professional men tend to e
their work less and their leisure more than do Protestant
and Jewish business and professional men Jewis.n
males are most likely to express a positive attitude to-
ward work, and by far ttw tWst likely to express a nega-
tive attitude .
These are some of the patterns revealed in Dr.
Lenskl's sociological study of the impact of religion on
politics, economics and family life. 3ased on research
carried out by the Detroit Area Study, a facility of the
irtment of Sociology of the University of Michigan.
the tK'.'k explores with often surprising results the differ-
Capiiol Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Dr. Graham Wants to Bring Religion to Israel
Washington
the billy graham crusade, Amen-
ca's leading Evangelistic movement,
is opening a campaign to convert Is-
raelis and has proclaimed "there is a
great lack of faith in Israel today."
Rev. Billy Grahams official organ.
Decision, has described modern Israel
in a special article distributed to over
100,000 of Graham adherents It asked: "Is not this place
where conversion can well begin The people need God.
Their rabbis shake their heads and say that the Israelis are
trusting too much in the barrel of gun."
Rev. Graham enjoys a mass following in both liberal
,. i.|-ra .,,.. ;,.hii nnnimii ;
Between You and Me:
BORIS SM0LAR
A Bombshell Report
lAIHEN ZIONIST bodies m this
" country charge the State De-
partment with yielding to the Arab
[boycott at the expense of the rights
jf American citizens, it causes no
surprise in Washington. It is taken
for granted that American Zionists
should fight the Arab boycott
_J against Israel and against any
American aiding Israel. But when the American Jew
ish Committee, which is known as a non Zionist
eroup, comes out publicly with strong accusations
i-.gainst the Government of the United Slates, the re-
action in Washington is quite different.
The American Jewish Committee is highly re-
spected in Government circles m Washington, and
any official there worth his position knows that the
Committee would ha: llj ever do anything that could
be considered an attack against the Government, it
sounded like a bombshell tor many in Wash
ington when the leaders oi the American Jewish Com-
mittee came out with a White Paper'' aocusiii
only the State Department but also the Defense De-
partment and the Department of Agriculture. What
attracted even more attention m Washington was the
fact that the charges are very strongly worded and
documented to a point that there can be no doubt
The American Jewish Committee, m its -White
Paper." pulls no punches and charges the United
Slates Government with "degrading the dignity oi
the United States"- by gii i the Arab h
against Americans The Committee argues thai the
Government oi the United States has always r
ed tli.- protection of I right erties
of its citizens a- its n .
known throughout the that actions impairing
lignity and equal rights I \:-; tricans, For
ever lv ,:: and In < 1 md, would not be tole-
rated by the United Sta UC im nl points
out
It cites American history records showing -hat
tince 1885 the l> -.mem consistently and un-
equivocally resisted ttempts made bv: foreign
powers to discriminate igainst American Jewish
citizens. It then e that things have chan 'ed
"alarmingly" in recent year, when Arab countries
have been permitted to impose discriminates mea
sures which interfere with the rights of Americans
The first sharp step taken by the American Jew-
ish Committee against Washington's yielding to the
Arab boycott is. by all indications, not the last This
is why the AJCs public attack-which will have re-
verberations in Congress-is being studied verv seri-
ously in Washington The documentary evidence pro-
duced by the American Jewish Committee about the
traditional protection of the rights of American Jew-
ish citizens in Czarist Russia, in Nazi Germanv and
in other countries stands in accusing contrast to the
present departure by the United States from this
lr w"k ^6 American Jewish Committee consid-
ers Washington s submissiveness to the Arab af-
fronts a "loss of integrity and prestige" which no
self-respecting Government can afford.
It therefore urges "close scrutiny" by the
American people of the present course of our Gov-
ernment in tolerating the Arab invasion of elemen-
tary American rights
and conservative protestant elements. His "revivals"
have swept America and foreign nations. He has vis: i '
Israel and the Near East. But the new Graham approac I
on Israel is the first open clarion call for a "Crusade tor
Christ" in the Jewish State.
In "What About Israel'" a leading article by Rev.
Graham's chief editor, notice is served that the time is
l.pe for .? big conversion drive in Israel
But "the Christian cannot come to the Jew as he comes
to the atheist, agnostic or adherent of another faith. What-
ever the Shylocks and the Eichmanns of the world may
have felt, a warm spiritual bond has persisted between
devout Jew and devout Christian, based on common devo-
tion to the word of God in the Old Testament. We who are
saved by Christ need to come to the Jew with honest ad-
miration and with profound delight in the meeting ... It
is not easy to lay aside 19 centuries of mistrust and hostili-
ty, but God has never been bound by the traditions of men;
nor has he set limits to his love in Christ."
Sherwood E. Wirt, Rev. Graham's editor, described
i recent visit to Israel He said "everywheYe we traveled
in Israel ... we found the same remarkable phenomenon:
The Israeli is ready to talk to the Christian. He will speak
of the Messiah. He will even speak of Jesus of Nazareth.
Thrilled as he is at the unbelievable turn of events that
brought into being the State of Israel, he is nevertheless
aware that something is missing in his life."
Mr. Writ emphasized that "this is not to say that the
Israeli is ready for a visit from a missionary Quite the
reverse is true; missionaries in Israel are having trouble
enewing their visas these days."
Nevertheless. Christian missionaries in Israel "are
quite aware of a changed relationship Mission r es
performing a magnificent work." don't like the word
'missions.' Madison Avenue terminology ls considered in
view of the task. The Rev. Dwight Baker, head ot Soutnern
itist Mission in the Galilee area, reported that "We
[eel the country need. us. Without is ael would bee im
tto of the Middle East"
Dr Chaim Vardi, head oi the Christian Departmei
. Ministry oi Her nous Ufairs .- tuoted ;:
.slants "Had it not been for
there never would hav
117 by Mie Briti ii G ivi...... a::.: th<
have been a State ot Israel."
Mr Witt's analj:- liss
Graham movement, i- that "No nun isit :- tel -
without having his admiration kindled bj what a-.
- in people have been able to i i 13 years
Sit may not change political sympathies The iA!
igee problems grow more j each year ?
is as far off as ever Hebrew u | \- '-.ike :.-
claims to the land of Palestii
According to conclusions dr. i "Afl -
Oi tree.: mi. words are coming
.i sense have net been spoken tor centuries r
Uy words. The New T, stament is
rew Universitj Chris lai a eing mvil
church conventions in .' -
ought to Israel and si- ....
the Government."
To the Christian, this means "A
i in which something can b i said
deepest conviction."
Panorama:
3y DAVID SCHWART2
er.ces among four groups Catholics. Jews. Negro Pro
'- intS a:; White Protestants. DependJ .
- :? a man belor.gs to. "the probabilities are incre i
or decreased that he will enjoy his occupation, induk in
installment buying, save to achieve objectives far in th<-
future, believe in the American Dream, vote Republican,
favor the welfare state, take a liberal view on the :-.
of freedom of speech, oppose racial integration in
school, migrate to another community, maintain cl
ties with his family, develop a commitment to the p
of intellectual autonomy, have a large family, com-
plete a given unit of education, or rise in the class system."
Even more interesting are some of the conclus
drawn from the body of facts. One of them is the oh
vlous vigor and influence of religious organizations La
American so< :>. Only in the case ot the Jewish gr i
writes Dr. Lenski, is there any evidence of seriou~
:ation weakness, and this is limited entirely to
-national aspects of the group that is, to syi
attendance; "in Eact, the vigor of Jewish communaltsm
,J than compensates for the weakness of the reiU
a-- iciations
In the author's view, there seems little doubt thai
socioreligious groups are rapidly replacing ethnic gro
a- the basic units in our society This "drift tiwar.i
C impartmentalizatun" has many negative aspects, but ii
also has interesting ramifications where it fits into Ma
Weber's imporiint distinction between classes .in classical
Marxian thory. the chief units of social organization,
who- struggles alone make history) and status group.*
(in Weber, a separate system of a society, which also
creates change). The reader will be able to go from the
minute mention here to draw his own conclusions, which
should be as rewarding as the book.
OH the Record
By NATHAN ZIPRIK
Seeking New Words
CO MUCH HAS been said and
written about the Eichmann
trial in Israel that it is virtually
impossible to enlarge on it without
the risk of becoming repetitious.
But there will always be a
groping for new words. What tran-
spired in Jerusalem will never be
forgotten even as the oath never to
irget trie Holy City, for here was a people sitting in
judgment not alone over a man but over an entire
Era Eichmann at the bar was no mere defendant
criminal actionhe was the symbol of in evil
id age that brought death to six million, af our peo-
-s that brought tur
as in Europe tut the
a r
;t to pom salem
ken Punitive il
p a I .
' ju
-
in th
. summon rag
r judgi
Wh E be pen or
V si
s that I rive a: a
rewish tt
lout regai
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t to the si
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! madness fi
rise ab
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Moshe Dayan Likes to Chew Sunflower Seeds
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Muunua m
fVD YOU KNOW that Moshe Dayai
* likes to chew sunflower seeds"'
That Israel exports of peanuts thi
year totaled more than two and a hal
million dollars.' That's not peanuts
That Jews came in with the first set
tlement of the state of Georgia? Fort)
Jews arrived in a group on one boat
Some of the authorities wanted to bai^_____
them but James Oglethorpe the founder ot the coionv UKed
them and allowed them to remain.
That the early cigar makers on the East Side used to
employ someone to read to them while they rolled the to-
bacco? According to Samuel Gompers who became the
first president of the American Federation of Labor it
educated them in social and political matters
That the sages of the Talmud knew that the earth is
Tl r, "W?* Rabba ls wntten: "The world n
shaped like a ball which is thrown from hand to hand "
That 300 years before Copernicus, the author of
Zohar, Moses De Leon, knew about the revolution of
earth about the sun: "The earth," says the Zohar,
ball and its inhabitants differ in appearance according
nate conditions These revolutions bring it *
that when it is day in one half of the globe it is nigh
the other half."
That Sen Lehman's father was a friend of Jeffe
Davis?
That before the First World War there was a
written about a Jewish President of the United States?
name of the fictional President was David Israels. flw
book was dedicated to Rabbi Stephen Wise. It picture!
tne Jewish President as very noble, but he was impea
for refusing to go along with Congress and declaring war
That the climate of Eilat, Israel, is good for arthritis'
That the man to whom we owe the greatest debt ix
the compilation of early American Jewish history wa^
a J-ew at all, but an Irishman, Judge Charles P. Daly'


Friday August 18. 1961
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Friday. August 13, 1551
fOBttT MHHtOI
Rockwell Eludes
Subversive List
Continued from Page IA
ckweD a national ;
1 -1 1
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Tbe Attorney Genera] contended
tr.ct the practical waj to deai
Rockwell and n.s followers
local au'r cute them
when tbej violated local laws. The
Attorney General made bii
kncwn in a letter to Sen Kennel
E Keating Men Vert Republican,
who had urged Mr Kenned) to
take tha1
Sen Keating, a member of tbe
Ser.a'- Internal Securitj Commit-
expressed 'keen disappoint-
ment" over the refusal by the At-
torney Genera! to place the Amer-
ican Nazi Party on the subversive
l.-t We can no longer pretend
Out !h;> is an unknown, unpubli-
died organization which can be ig-
nored out of existence, it- oper-
ations ha\e become notorious and
it shows no signs of being blanked
otit of public attention." he said.
Son. Keating explained that
Kit proposal to list the Nazis
along with the Communists and
Ku Klux Klan was for the guid-
ance of Federal personnel offi-
cers. The senator said it was
"outrageous if any of these
brown-shirted bullies" were on
the federal payroll. "At least
one active supporter of this or-
ganization is employed by the
Government at this very mo-
ment," he stressed.
According to 'he Senator. Fed-
eral action, rather than words, was
needed. He voiced hope that the
Attorney General will reconsider
his position. "In the past, such
organizations as the Ku Klux Klan
and the Silver Shirt Legion of
America have been designated ,1-
organizations which havi <
a policy of advocating or approv-
ing the commission of acts of
and violence to deny others
their rights under tbe Constitution
<' th t nited States," Sen. K< ating
pointed out.
THE JEWISH HOME
FOR THE AGFO
needs for its
THRIFT SHOP
All your furniture, clothing,
linens, dishes, drapes, etc.
All proceeOt go toward* support of
the Homo. You may contribute, talc*
a tan deduction or we will py cash
for unt Remember ... wo ere NOT
a profit-making organization Wo
ere helping your community to keep
it* dignity. By helping others you
re helping yourself! Manufacturers
and jobbersrememberwe can use
all your >vtcasts or misfits
Pease call us for early
pick-up.
THE JEWISH HOME
FOR THE AGED
THRIFT SHOP
5737 N.W. 27th Avenue
NE 3-2338
Ciosed Saturdays
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XUGUST BROS Hyp
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Walter Bedell Smith Highly Praised by Eban
JERUSALEM- JTA ..-'-
pra.-' iate Ajoenean Gen
Waiter B BO died :n
VafhJnsjl 1 I weekend, eras
ek by Minister
h lat-
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Gen.
I Mdeni
-1 I D E ei the get
.r.anager of Worl Hjr i.
- r. .- -'anding Allied
. -- e> pert* dorint
Mr Fhan di first
d him
at a
that 1
.a .ins "He
-.--. Israel," Mr.
Eb-jr rf(-!ared. in a 1 of tn
.-. ihe Jerusal 1 Post,
, idea con ;ueir
siort."
en. Smith 'athclic
. t- ,-,
intimately.
Gen. B<
in our affair*
,,.. ; be harsh as well
ere was no major
h we did not ,i-k "ur-
sand sometimes ask him
ell Smith thinks
Mr Eban disclosed that Gen
itulated Israel's Gen.
.;<.. or: the latter's con-
duel f tre Sinai campaign in 1953
Prior !> thai campaign, Mr. Eban
- i,ted, Gen Smith had treated
(,. \ 0 .. soldierly dia-
tx agamsi a policj ot rel
arj ctions. But afit r
sent to Gen. Dayan a C0| ; if w.
memoirs, dedicating the book ti
the l-Tael general who d
could not have done."
Dr. WoHion to Spec
I he Natural Diet of V ,,||,
the topic ol a lecture bj
ham Wolfson on Tuesdaj
8 a.m.. at the 8th st ,_ *j
mediately following <_' ..' m/
exerciaing class. \ ,.',n"
:id answer period folio. ,c
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pliable 1 r,' t(ci.air bottle.
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LAM NITOH WALLET In
fiqut white sddl* cc*hide. Co*-
Hrtisle. Thin silf>ou*rte.
LOtC sunON (MUET Blick
saddle cowhide. He stikkes to
lip i if ol.
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the 14JC
oman s
IVoM
GROVE
Parties continue for soon-to-be married couple. Harriette
Neuwirth and Jack frertig, of Oakland, Calif. ... The Leonard
(Marion) Barrs were hosts to 30 couples for brunch and card
party in the Eden Roc Rib room on Sunday Tall, attractive
i iette, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Neuwirth. wore black
aid white striped full-skirted frock with red top and tiny bolero
(ackel matching the skirt. .
For the cocktail dinner party. Ann and Joseph Upton were
to give on Thursday, the 17th. at Westview Country Club, the
future bride decided on a black sleevless chiffon, with illusion over
a sweetheart neckline, set off with green satin shoes and clutch
purse Felice and Samuel Lipton will be hosts for the rehearsal
dinner Saturday at the Algiers hotel Amon:> the 50 guests will
any members cf the wedding party and family And for
h last evening as a V;ss. the future Mrs Fertig will wear another
i -kirted ensemble of black and grey check with gentry, collar,
rl puffed sleeve?, black patent shoes and bag .
Another bride-elect, Judy Falick. honored at a miscellaneous
er Saturday Hostesses were her fiance's sister. Linda
and her brother Jerry"s wife. CYha Falick Clever Celia
all the cute umbre'.'as and ornaments which le rated the
. home in pi'ik because that's Judy's f.;vor.-e color, but -!..
;<> wear a red and white polka dot frock with white pepper-
i tarnations from her future husband. Barry She ri ... In
tion to an even d:.'ze:i young friends, guests included Barry's
ier, Mollie (Mrs. Ma try) Shein. and Judy's moth C Dodo -Mrs.
Falick, and maternal grandmother Mrs lian Bernstein
.., dding day Sept 3 Place the Seville.
- SHI
Important milestones and festivities in the l:ves of oer grand-
drcn keep Mrs. Racn Katz. president of Beth Tfilah Sister-
shuttling between here and New York S".e recently at-
i. led the gradiation of aranddaughter Phyllis (Rabb; Judahi
R senberg from Stern Co lege Daughter of Rev. and Mrs. J. D.
Katz Phyllis has accepted a teaching post at the University of
Ramat Can ... A bon voyage party gave friends and family a
chance to offer aood w;slies to the Rosenberg-, who will now be
taking up residence in Israel Same visit included graduation
of Dr. Howard Leslie Wani from New York University Dental Col"
L< lie's the grandson cf the late Rabbi Meyer Katz His
marriage on Aug. 2!) to Hadassah Washer, daughter of RahV
%a>her. of Teaneck, N.J.. will have Mrs. Katz traveling north
again in a few days .
Children and grandchildren are also the magnet drawing Mr.
and Mrs. Abe (Hennetai Waldman, 6265 SW 28th st.. to New York
tor a two-week vacation Other activities will include a little
business, some TV and Broadway shows.
- -
Friends will gather Sunday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs
Max Berman, 1331 NE 153th st.. No. Miami Beach, to wish fair
sailing to Rose and Nat'ian Ostrov. who will be crossing the Atlan-
ta lor an extended visit to Israel next week This will be a
trip abroad for the Ostrovs. and for Nathan, it will be a re-
turn to Israel [n addition to their son. Norman, guests will in-
le Rabbi and Mrs. Max Lipsehitz. the William Strong. yr and
Mrs. J. Salk. the Harry Chaets. the Meyer Rudnick<. Mrs Bessie ,
Tress, Mrs. Bessie 3fio'km>. and Rose"s sister. Mrs Fvan
Hayman .
Gail Gaines, houseguest of aunt and une'e. Harriet and Otto
1 i- of Miami Beach She'll be here two weeks, where she
spent four years attending the Universitv of Miami school of
mj-ic ... A voice major, her diploma bea- 1969 .
I finds her home in Miilburn. N.J., not to.: far from Manhattan.
aui i- keeping busy singing in houses of worship, !-> : taken the
l' I in several oratorios and Cinderella.
-
The Harry (Jennie) Gordons and the G rge Bess) Fellers
are back after a weak in Panama, where they ha I a rest, and
w. ere the weather was b j :tiful .
Pearl and Morris Levlne he's the Mt. NebO spend
1 a couple of weeks with their families in N v York "i that
would "recommend the '.rip to everyone" .
Mrs. I,eslie Lev. wife of Dr. Maurice Lev. formerly chairman
of the department of pathology at Mt Sinai Hospital, tl "'' research-
i at a prominent Chicago medical center, here with her two
iren to be with. Lili DuntOV, following the p. her hus-
band, Joseph, last week.
-* -
Mr. and Mrs. E!l;s L. Amdur. of 1135 NE 103rd st havinu
a gay time in Gotham Town, doing the usual And tne usual,
among other things, this lime included ticket; to David Mernck's
production of "Carnival." the Broadway smas nil sia^e musical
a'- the Imperial .
Eugene Lyon. of Blackstcne Flower Shop, p tased as punch
Lhee days ... He received a letter from his son stationet with
the Air Force in German, Through the offices of Sen. Smath-
ers it was brought lo the attention of President JFK And.
quick as a wink, the President shot off" a "Thank You"' note in
reply .'. No wonder Eugene's floating on air.
HC "
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Gardner she's the lovely Eloise and a
floating vision in chiffon planning on a new h irae in the near
future south of So. Miami, Nbut not too far away for convenient
dr:ve-in trips to Lincoln Mall shopping They're spending equal
time planning her powder room and his hi room
which Eloise says will have to be soundproof if their future neigh-
bors are to remain friendly after they move in Alex calls his
istic gadget record-player a "rig." and friends say it sure
"sounds." but like what, th iy don't say Also planned for the
'" -<: a small meditation room Both he and Eloise are strictky
Orthodox.
Jewish Floridian
Miami. Florida, Friday, August 18, 1961
Section B
"Golden Gift of Guardianship" luncheon plans
for the benefit of the Women's Division of
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital development
fund are formulated by luncheon committee
members. Left to right are Women's Division
chairman Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro, Mrs. M. G.
Mrs. Louis Wald and Mrs. Mordeccd Kirshblum. national vice
presidents of Mizrachi Women of America, and Mrs. Alfred
Stone, area coordinator, prepare forum program and charter
presentation for membership meeting to be he'.d at SterlLig
hotel Tuesday evening.
No. Dade Swim Social
North Dade chapter B'r.ai B'rith
Women is sponsoring a "Get-Ac-
quainted with B'nai B'rith Worn
swim social on Tues aj i I > p.m.,
In the home of Mrs [rvin
1020 NE 147th St., NO I ch,
Refreshments will be -r- d Mrs
Harriet Horwitz is In charge of
reservations.
Forty-Niners Will
Hear Speaker
Forty-Niners of Temole Err
El 111 hold their monthly mo
Sunday, 7:30p.m., in S rl
Geral I Schwartz, regional d
tor of the American I >f the
ik on
1
disc. firsl rocket and
her future space plan-.
Furman, Mrs. Herbert Gelernter, luncheon
chairman Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, and Mrs.
Peritz Scheinberg. The luncheon will be he'.d
Nov. 10 at the Fontainebleau hotel. Mrs.
Myers' committee hopes to triple the total
number of women's pledges by that date.
'Golden Gift1
Luncheon Slated
By Cedars Group
A "Golden Gift of Guardianship"
luncheon, hosted by the Women's
Auxiliary of Cedars of Lebanon
pital, will be held on Nov. 10 at the
Fontainebleau hotel, announ
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, luncheon
chairman, at her first committee
meeting last week.
The luncheon will pay honor to
Mrs Samuel T. S ipiro, Women i
i; .irman of Cedars of
Lebanon Hospital devel
and wife of the h
pn "'
A g n set to triple the
lardia
tions to tl
ul before the Nov. 1
nen ol the lunc i
. i with Mrs
are Mrs M. G
r v- Gelernter. Mrs p .
Sen rg Mrs Sidney Lan-
David Stuzin, Mrs L. E.
Mi -. Sidn > Wemtraub
I Mrs Sidney Lefcourt
\ p in pai' hi sti d | M '-
M rs, will be held :n her
.. Aug. 23. Plans will
be c'i Mo arrange f i
G (mother ami Life Guardian to
. ;v. i nev women in! ) I
anks, I achieving al of
number of woi i
- by Nov. 10
I G Mother is a woman contri-
r of $1,000. which is the c l
:i : a baby bassinet in thQ
- ,-a! nursery. A Life Guardian
[e of $300 permits a woman
ntributor to have her name in-
scribed in the bronze Book ot
i tribute to her philanthrtoy,
i will stand permanent!) in
i le hospital lobby.
Haf kali Chapter
To Get Charter
Mrs. Louis Wail wi!
H kvah chapter of M
Women of America with
c larter on Tues la) evening a
S erling hotel.
She will also speak on. Mizrachl's
threefold program In Israel: I
restoration vocational training a i I
i ial service.
Just returned from South At
where her husband. Rabbi Morde-
c.i: Kirshblum, was on a specie
mission Mrs im wuj I
tings from national headq
-
Mrs '.' -achi cq
ordin.i' r i, has
( | women to a-
tend the fund
Chai Chapter Card Party
I chapter of B'nai B'r
,rd part) Vi
evening Lucerne hot
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Page 2-B
+Jenisti fhrkHar
Friday, August 18,
19G1
Cooking
Corner
G.
Bf-llin
When the thermometer soars and
appetites wilt, iced soups not only
rei ive the pleasure In food but add
necessary nourishment in a be-
guilin gl'ashion. Some, such as
borsht with potato and hard cooked
i are hearty enough to serve as
a light meal, others are delicate
and stimulating appetizers, while
those rich with cream and fruit
complete the meal as dessert.
Not too long ago making these
soups was a time consuming task,
involving hours of preparation and f
long cooking. Now. with all soils
ol canned and frozen foods, to lay'
iK.t.hing of soups already prepared,
it is a matter of minutes. Many
ol rhe canned soups usually served
hot are surprisingly good when
chilled. Both nourishing and ap-
pealing are canned Tomato Soup!
diluted with water, chilled, and
topped with a spoonful ol sour
cream; or Cream of Celery Soup
firs) heated with an equal quanity
ol milk, seasoned to taste with cur
rv powder, then chilled until icy
told.
Cool as an icicle a: Si as
Temple Menorcsh
Registration Open
Registration for the rel
school ot Temple Menorah i
held from Aug. 20 through \ g 27,
Maurice Revitz, president, an-
nounced this week.
The facilities ol the religi ius
s< loo] are free to the children
the members ol the congreg
Herzl Honor, director, has sa:d
(hat stafl members are certified
by the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion.
Under the supervision ol Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz. there is a
nursery school for children between
the ages of three to six. Sunday-
school. Hebrew school, and Hebrew
High School. Bar Mitzvah and con-
firmation classes are pait of the
program.
This year individual instruction
will be given to children of the
fourth and fifth grades to acceler-
ate then- study program, in addi-
tion to his regular class, each child
will meet individually with an as-
signed teacher, the rate of his pro-
gress to be determined by his abil-
ity to learn
Another forward step will be an
expanded third made to meet
every afternoon instead of the usu-
al three times weekly Those ses
siorts will be limited to chil Iren
who can quality, and are willing
to volunteer lor the additional
training,
free of calories is a Cucumber Soup
made in seconds in a blender or in
minutes it ground. In the blender
combine a large diced cucumber
with the seeiis removed, the diced
peel ol a fourth ol the cucumber, a
tablespoon minced white part of
stallion, and a can of undiluted
clear kosher chicken soup. Whirl
about l") seconds, until smooth. Or
mind the cucumber, the same
amount of peel and scallion as
above, until very fine, then com-
bine with the liquid. This makes
about 2'-j cups of a very thick soup
. Thin to the desired consistency
with more chicken soup which has
been diluted with an equal quantity
Of water. Chill and serve garnished
with chopped green scallion tops.
For those who like to experiment
with new i teas in food there is a
traditional Spanish soup called
Gazpacho. From the many varia-
tions, one with a bland flavor has
been selected for todays NCIDe
This too is smoothest made
blender, but may also be prepared
with a food minder. At serving
(time separate bowls ol diced veg
. etables and croutons are offered,
: to be added to the soup as each
diner prefers.
Spinach Borsht, Jiffy Method
1 to-oz. package chopped
frozen spinach
3 cups water
juice : -ion
2 tablespoons sugar
l e
'-. cup dairy sour cream
.-alt U) taste
Place the spinach and water in {
a saucepan Heat until the spin-
ach is defrosted. Add the lemon
juice and sugar, bring to a boil,
then cook gently for five minutes.
Cool. Beat the egg and sour cream I
together until smoothly blended.
Gradually stir into t h e spinach.
Add salt to taste and chill. If a
more tart* borsht is preferred, the
amount o( .-ugar may be reduced
to one tablespoon or omitted entire-
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Of sOUp
Gaipacho
Diced peel of 1 cucumber
1 green pepper, iced
3 cups fresh tomato, peeled
and diced
1 peeled clove of garlic, diced
2 slices of white bread
!, cup olive oil
2 tablespoons tarragon
vinegar
Smal bowls' Staked peeled
potato cucumber, onion
gr pepper, crou
'Champagne Ball1
Slated Sunday
Young Adult Friends of Israel the Zionist Organization of A n,.,.
. ica will be host to young men md
women of Greater Miami be
the ages of 21 and 35 at a "( ,,
pagne Ball" on Sunda>. B:30 i ,,,'
"in the Roulette room of the Moutc
Carlo hotel.
Music will be furnished by >vd
, Stanley and his orchestra, a-.
Combine the cucumber peel the evening wiU mcblde a dan
one diced pepper, three cups ol
I imat< the l u th br tad -.iked
in water, the olive oil at'd the tar- j"
ragon vinegar. Whirl half at a
I in a blender until sm KM b Or
grind the peel, green pepper, to-
test, champagne, and trophies, u
cording to Donald Kaplan, presi.
Members of the dance committee
include Paul Raymond, arrangi
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fine, then add the olive oil and
vinegar. This makes about IW cuds
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Liz Sees Self |
Jewish Queen
By Special Report
m YORK Elizabeth Taylor
will be fun "to be the
ish Queen of Egypt.
rayior. a convert to Juda
cheduled to start.work in
r on her next picture.
Part e( the picture
ilm'ed in Egypt, Israel s

I ntcrview appearing in the
(lh issue of i-ook Magazine.
i -. (t.ctared:
,, President) Nasser would
( into Egypt, because I'm
But. suddenly. I'm per-
,. go there. 1 don't know
d his mind and I
It's all a part of the
i; will he fun to be
, Jewish Queen of Egypt."
Hcdassah Confab Opening Sunday
By Special Report
NEW YORKHigh on the agen-
da ol the 47th national convention
df Hadassah, the Women's Zionist
Organization Oi America, will he
discussion of international affairs
and Americas role of leadership
in the tree world. Mrs. Moses P.
more than 318.000 mem hers in
1.320 chapters and groups through
out the United States and Puerto
Rico. The convention will formu-
late Hadassah's American and Is-
rael programs for the next year.
The first convention plenary ses-
sion on Sunday night. Aug. 20. will
underscore the need lor utilizing
Aliyah Hadassah
Slates Meeting
eroup of Hadassah, newly-
fo ei group of the Miami Beach
,v was to have a member-
. member meeting on Thurs
daj I p.m., at the Morton Towers.
:.. j rd.
Mrs Rae Kesslcr. first life mem-
hi ol Aliyah, who has just re"-
:! trom a tour of Israel, was
,. .-, on the highlights of her
' I
social hour of names was to
Mrs. Isadore Goldberg is
ol the day. and her co-
rn wen Mesdames Lillian
as, Esther Bergman. Kuth Ep
and Caiman Spiro. Mrs
i !'.iclis is president.
Marc Abramson models new-
est style in children's ap-
parel, designed at Training
Center for the Blind. Nathan-
ya, Israel, maintained by the
Women's League for Israel.
The garment, displayed with
others at the Israel Exhibit of
Chicago's International Trade
Fair, will be available in de-
partment stores.
tiormony Chapter Party
mony chapter. B'nai B'rith
V. i n, is having a card party with
i and refreshments at the Lu-
ll hotel Tuesday evening. Mrs.
m Horowitz is chairman of
vent.
New and delicious!
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JWV Ladies Pick
'Woman of Year'
By Special Report
WASHINGTONMary E. Switzer.
i director of the Federal Office of
; Vocational Rehabilitation, has been
named "Woman of the Year'' by
the National Ladies' Auxiliary of
the .leuish War Veterans of the
United States.
Bertha W. Krause. president of
the 60,000-member woman's serv-
ice organization, announced Miss
Switzer's selection here. She said
Miss Switzer was named (or un-
stinting and outstanding service to
disabled persons the world over
Miss Switzer was honored Wed
nesday at a banquet in Baltimore
during the JWV Auxiliary's 34th
national convention. She received
a silver-faced plaque
Eleanor Roosevelt and Sen Mar-
garel Chase Smith tR.-Me.) are
among previous recipients of the
Auxiliary'-. "Woman of the Year"
Award.
Miss Switzer has headed the Of-
fice oi Vocational Rehabilitation
since 1950. During her tenure,
the number of handicapped per-
sons who returned to useful em-
ployment jumped from 55.000 in
1954 to 88.000 in 1960.
Epstein, former national president scientific approaches to the prob-
lems of life, especially in the Mid-
dle East. Principal speakers at this
session will be the Hon. Arthur J.
Goldberg, United States Secretary
of Labor; lion Ogden it Reid, for-
mer U.S. Ambassador to Israel;
and Dr. Kalman .1. Mann, director-
general oi the Hadassah Medical
Organization in Israel.
At the plenarj session on Monday
mght. Prof. .John P. Roche, chair-
man ol the Department of Politics.
Hrandeis University, will discuss
"The Making oi American Policy."
Michael Comay, permanent repre-
sentative of Israel to the t'nited
Nations, will speak on "Israel in
the International Arena."
Avraham Harman. Israel Ambas-
ol Hadassah, and now national
chairman of the Hadassah conven-
tion, announced here
The tour-day convention will he
held at the Denver Hilton hotel.
Denver, Colo., from Sunday through
Wednesday.
Participating in the sessions will
be more than 1.500 delegates and
guests, representing Hadassah's
Katz to Host
Maryland Alumni
address by Mrs. Siegfried Kramar*
sky, national president of Jiaoas-
sah, in which she will review the
activities of the organization dur
ing the past year and discuss ma-
jor problems on the American and
international scenes.
Apart from the plenaries, :he
convention will feature special
briefing sessions on such aspects
of Hadassah's program as Ameri-
can affairs and United Nations ed-
ucation. Hadassah's medical activ-
ities in Israel, Zionist affairs, mem-
bership, Youth Aliyah, and Hadas-
sah's vocational education activi-
ties in Israel.
Irvin Katz. principal of Miami
Beach Senior High School, will be
h. si to an alumni meeting of the
University of Maryland next Tues-
day evening in the Beach High Au-jsador to the U.S.. will address the
ditorium, ; convention banquet on Tuesday
Guest speaker will be Dr. Daniel evening on The Dynamism of
Prescott, of the University of Mary- '
land, who founded the Institute
for Child Study on the university's
campus.
Dr. Prescott. assisted by his wife,
will discuss "India, Nepel. and
Thailand.'"
Katz is a 1943 alumnus of the Uni-
versity of Maryland.
In another highlight of the con-
vention, the delegates will hear an
West Palm Girl
Named Treasurer
A West Palm Beach girl has been
named treasurer of the National
Federation oi Temple Youth.
she js Carol Migden, of 'he T< m-
ple Emanu-EI affiliate unit there
of the national organization.
Donald Mmtz. 18-year old rest-
dent of New Orleans. La., was
elected president of NFTY, which
is a part of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations.
UAHC represents 630 Reform
temples in t.he United States and
Canada, with a membership of ],
; OOO.(MM)
Women Leave
For Convention
Mis Sidney L. Schoen. president
of the Women's Auxiliary of the
North Shore Post of Jewish War
Veterans, will attend the national
convention of the organization in
Baltimore. Md.. which opens Sun-
day.
Mrs Schoen will be accompanied
by Mrs. Max LeYine. president of
the Florida State Department Aux-
iliary. ;ind Mrs. Obbie Rosenthal.
past president.
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Wednesday noon, in Dora August
' nail of Congregation Beth El. 500
SW 17th ave. Mrs. Louis Wald.
national vice president, will give ;i
report on her latest trip to Israel
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Jewish War Veterans Post 223
and Auxiliary will sponsor a "Nite
Club'' affair on Saturday evening,
Aug l!ti. at the Carillon hotel.
Proceeds will go to aid the post's
wok in the Veterans Hospital, and
community relations and child wel-
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Friday. August 18, 1961
Dunkels Leave
For Jamaica Trip
Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Alvin Dun-
kel are taking a trip to Jamaica
for their honeymoon. The former
Miss Cynthia Mincha Goldberg and
; Sheldon Dunkel exchanged nuptial
, vows Saturday evening at the
jDeauville hotel, using the wedding
band which belonged to the bride's
late grandmother.
Rev. George Goldberg perform-
ed the 8 o'clock ceremony, which
\ was followed by a reception at the
; hotel.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Murrav J. Goldberg. 324
During World War II. Dr Maurice Scrottas first assignment after s\V 23rd ave. The groom's par-
dental school was here in Miami for officer's training. His aunt. Mrs. ents are Mr and Mrs. Irving Dun-
Max Pletmpn. president of National Council of Jewish Women in I kel. of 4931 SW 87th pi.
"Yonkers, NY., wrote to the president here, the late Mrs Monte Selig. The new Mrs. Dunkel is a grad-
Mrs. Selig gave Dr. Serotta three names of three young ladies to I ua,c of Miami Senior High and
call upon. The first two weren't home when he picked up the telephone. attended the University of Florida,
and that's how he met Dorothy. It was love at first sight, and their li Omega Delta 1
would have taken place even sooner except for one thing:
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
marriage .......>. ....... .-..^.. K...^ ^.^.. ..~..^. *..~r. .-. ~..v ......,,.
Dorothy was editor of Ibis, the yearbook at the University ol Miami,
arid she couldn't duck out on her assignment. (In those days you didn't
go back to school after marriage.)
Dorothy's mother. Belle (Mrs. Isaac) Levin, taught her many
things about woman's place in the community, but she forgot to teach
her how to cook. That was left to Maurice, who had first-hand train-
ing. During his college years, he shared an
apartment with four other students, and did
all the cooking. In fact, thev called him
"Mother Serotta." Some say he even had to
show Dorothy the difference between cabbage
and lettuce. Needless to say. their 12-year-old
daughter. Carla. can bake a cake today no
mix.
Dorothy's list of community interests runs
high. She belongs to three different PTA or- |
ganizations. since Gerald is a student at Miami
Beach High School; Carla, at Nautilus; and
Richard, at North Beach. Since their youngest,
Isaac, is only two years old. it seems as if
Dorothey's identification with I'TA will be as-
sured for a long time to come. Dorothy's also
active in Temple Israel Sisterhood, Women's
Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai Hospital. National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women and the Cancer drive
all of which have seen her in various .leader-
DOROTHY ship roles.
Her main pet is the League of Women Voters, of which she is
president of the Miami Beach group. She prepared the scrap book on
League's action in the adoption of Metro here. The book, sent to the
National Municipal League, won an Ail-American Cities Award for
Dade County.
The Serotta homelife is exemplified by the worn word, "together-
ness." which takes on new meaning for all the Serottas. who read a
lot. go on excursions together, and keep their televiewing to the educa-
tion station. Channel 2. which Dorothy helped found.
No wonder Belle Levin fairly bursts with pride every time she
looks at "my Dorothy."
* *
WITH THE BRENNERS
Stephen Brenner, who has just graduated from Georgia Tech with
the highest grades it is possible to make, left tor Lackland Air Force
Base in Texas. After basic training, he will attend electrician's school.
I!:s graduation present, a new car. he left for his mother to use
Georgia (Mrs William S.) Brenner.
The other William Brenners. of Miami Beach, have just returned
from New York, where they attended the opening of the new Tish
hotel there, the Summit, the first hotel built in Gotham Town in 30
years. The Tish and Brenner families are "kissin" cousins." While
there, they said good-bye to their daughter, Elizabeth, who is off for
Spain after a spree of shows, shopping, and art museums.

; Her cousin. Ann Claire Hurtig. was
maid of honor.
The groom is a graduate of Hi-
ami Senior High and the Univer-
sity ol Miami. He is a member of
Tau Epsilon Phi. **M" Club, and
was on the'varsity baseball team
for three years, serving as captain
in 1958.
The young couple's new resi-
dence will be 24 Zamora ave..
Coral Gables.
Werner Kahn
MRS. SHELDON DUNKU
Werner Kahn
MRS. SIDNEY MARGOLIS
Margolis, Young Exchange Vows
When they return from a honey-
moon to the Nevele Country Club
in Ellenville. NY. Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Margolis will live in Coral
Gables. They were united in mar-
riage at the Knights of Pythias
Hall on Saturday. Aug. 12. Rabbi
Sheldon Edwards, of Iowa City.
la., officiated at the 8 p.m. cere-
mony, which was lollowed by a
reception and dinner.
The new bride is the former
Judith Helen Young, daughter ol
Mr. and Mis. Ilyman J. Young, of
2416 SW 23rd st. She is a graduate
of .Miami Senior High and attended
the University of Florida. She
served as president of Hillcl B'nai
B'rith Girls and is vice president
of Rho Pi Phi.
For her wedding, young Mrs.
.Margolis wore a gown of pure silk
organza with short sleeves trim-
med with lace appliques, and seed
pearls around the neckline. The
skirt ended in a chapelleni:lh
train.
Maid of hcr.or was Ann Young,
sister el the bride, and Debra
Yanowiiz. Syhia Redlich. Arlere
Fishman and Mrs. Marcia Wassei
man were bridesmaids.
The groom s parents are Mi
and Mrs. Jo-rph Margolis. ol Phil-
adelphia, Pa. He attended Temple
University ar.d Gratz College ,t
Philadelphia, ar.d is president if
Rho Pi Phi fraternity. He is pros-
ently workir.g as a pharmacist
Marvin Margolis was his bro-
ther*! best man. and ushers were
Dr. William Levin and Alvin
Rosen. Will am Feldman carrin!
the groom'$ Bar Mitzvah Bible.
Kahlenberts Tell Lorraine's Troth
BOTH SIDES OF THE FAMILY
Joe and Rossi Gleicher. and their longtime friends. Mr. and Mrs.
Moe Brody. are leaving on the Carona from New York for that wonder-
ful Mediterranean cruise.
They have been planning the trip for many moons and have a
little chore to perform in Rome. Joes nephew. Ronald Steiglitz is in
charge of the European division of Hertz U-Drive It, with headquarters
in the Eternal City. Rossis cousin, Sam Marx thev're all related to
the famous Marx Brothers a motion picture producer, is on location
there The Gleichers want to introduce them to each other and
incidentally get to see a movie studio and rent a car all at the same
lime.
Joe has told Rossi that everytime they see a good golf course
.she can go shoppng while he plays. (Never fear. Rossi will find plentv
of golf courses and in the most unlikely places.)
* *
REUNION IN MIAMI
Lillian Wucher, now Mrs. James Bulova. graduated from Miami
High School a few more years ago than she would like to count She
and her husband. Jim. Jane and Ralph (all red heads) visited her par-
ents Mr and Mrs. Jack Wucher. Susan, their older daughter is cur-
rently on a Young Judaea tour in Israel. Susan will be starting as a
Iresnman at the University of Syracuse in the fall.
Lillian says that in all the times they have come to Miami this
to the first that Jim has acted just like a tourist. He went fishing in
the Keys, visited the Florida National Park, and saw to it that the
whole family got a beautiful tan to take back to Lobbs Ferry, N.Y.
Werner Kahn
MRS. VINCENT PLANCO
Miss Lutsky Now
Mrs. Planco
Miss Diana Laura Lutsky and
Vincent Michael Planco were uni-
ted in marriage Sunday, Aug. 13.
at the Seville hotel. Rabbi Jonah
Caplan performed the 2:30 p.m.
ceremony which was followed by a
reception in the hotel's Alhambra
room.
The bride's parents are Mr. and
Mrs. Sol Gerber, of 846 Jefferson
ave.. Miami Beach The groom is
the son of Mrs. Florence Planco.
2730 Collins ave., and Alfred M.
Planco, of New York City.
The new Mrs. Planeo's gown
was of imported peau de soie with
bouffant skirt trimmed in aleneon
lace terminating in a cathedral
train. The tiered French illusion
veil was attached to a miniature
crown of seed pearls.
Serving the bride as matron of
honor was Mrs. Libby Schechter.
Francine Friedwald and Mrs
Susan Wiengard were bridesmaids ,
Phyllis Sherman, cousin of the
bride, was junior bridesmaid.
Best man was Harold Dresner, j
jand Ernest Markowitz and Earl i
j Dowling, the groom's brother-in !
law, served as ushers.
The young couple both grad-
uated from Miami Beach Senior
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Kahlenbert. of
1438 Jefferson ave Miami Beach,
announce the engagement of their
daughter. Lorraine, to Lester
Feuer. son of Mr. and Mrs Samuel
Feuer. 4300 SW 7th ave.
The future bride, is an alumna
of Miami Beach High School and
the University of Miami. Her fi-
ance is a graduate of Rutgers r.
versity and the University of Mi-
ami law school. He is presently a
certified p.;tnc- accountant on Hi
ami Beaeh.
The young couple are planning
an Octobei wedi ing.
: BIRTHDAZE :
Happy grandparents. Mr. and
Mrs. Shepard Broad, in Scotch
Plains. N.J.. for a look at Deborah
Lea. born July 19 to the former
Ann Broad and husband. Irvine
Bussel.
Just one year and five davs be-
fore. July 14. I960 to be exact, big
brother Daniel Jay, was born : Mor
ris Broad, of American Savngsand
Loan Assn. of Miami Beach, uncle
of the two youngsters, planning a
visit with them in September.
Another little fellow with a new '
sister. Ivan Dean, welcomed Gigi i
Dee on Aug. 8. Tots belong to Mr
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Friday August 18. 1961
*Jenisf) fUridliari
Fischers Will
ive in Gables
The t
V
wedding band which
;0 her maternal grand-;
d to unite Lind* Fried-
r ne B. Fleischer in
Saturday evening. Aug.
cph Narot performed
. which was followed
! inner at the Temple.
P.,: daughter of Mr. and
l,f y Friedman, of 1111
\ c: is a graduate of
h High and a senior at
.[ x ,. :. ij ol -Miami. Her so-
[ Ij Sigma Sigma.
, r m ding, she selected a
oor length gown with
l kin teaturing tiers of
rdion pleated tulle ex-
1. ,, .-.;.pel train. The fit-
[, i i *as oi imported aleneon
, .. ioped neckline, reem-
i n seed pearls and
fg). ,, -l ""' The finger-
'tj, rch illusion veil fell
[ pearls and se-1
f,, uhite orchids and roses
LU. i confirmation Bible.
I honor was Mrs. Rich-
.,: l. and Miss Marcia
I > ,. n maid of honor. Miss
jjfi tubii was in charge of ]
[ book, and Miss Susan
[tended as bridesmaid.
. nd Mrs. Samuel R.
70 NE 171st st.. No.
liiach. the groom attended
ye; fi earned his degree at
Oh sity. He did graduate
wor! |h< > niversity of Southern
. nd *pent two years in
i $ preseritly with the:
divit ommunication at the
|Unh .. ol Miami.
Richard Fleischer served as his;
p:.olh< best man. anc
[wire Laurence Haber and James
rerrin
in their return lrom a honey-
In in alilornia the young cou-1
i wil make their home at 45 An-
| I oral Gables.
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)dd fellows Swim Party
[ Rebekah District 24 of the Odd
Be'lows is sponsoring a swim party
" the benefit of the Home in
J'uesville on Saturday, Aug. 26,
T*:: 4 to it p.m., at the home of
Werner Kahn
MKS. CHAHLIS KANE
Kane, Fried Will
Live in Phila.
The Algiers hotel was the setting
for the 6:30 wedding and reception
dinner oi Natalie (.'ail Fried and
Charles .lay Kane on Sunday. Aug.
13. with Rabbi l.eo Heim offici-
ating.
The bride is the daughter ol Mrs.
Mary Fried, of 5350 SW 1st st..
and the late Hyman Fried. Her sis
ter. Rochelle Fried, was her maid
of honor.
For her wedding, the new Mrs
Kane chose an egg shell white
satin faille floor-length gown with
layers of scalloped roses and neck-
line, and carried a small white
Bible with three white orchids.
The groom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs Milton Kane, of 1052 NE
176th ter.. No. Miami Beach. His
best man was Alan Morgenstern
Michael and Daniel Kane, his bro-
thers, and Robert Katon. Robert
Berg8t0m, Howard VVinniman and
David Tow served as ushers.
The former Miss Fried attended
the Universities of Florida and
Miami, and is planning to be a
mathematics teacher. Her sorority
is Delta Phi Epsilon.
Her husband is studying accoun-
tancy at the University Ol Penn-
sylvania. Wharton School of Fi-
nance and Commerce, and is a
member of Alpha Kappa Psi, na-
tional business fraternity.
After a wedding trip through the
Catskill Mountains, the newly weds
will live in Philadelphia. Pa.
THE closing concert ol the .Mi-
ami Beach "Pops" was by
far one of its best.
Among the many who enjoyed
the all-Gershwin program was
Mrs. Max Weitz. She chose a red
chiffon dress that featured a cape
effect on her sleeve. Mrs. Irvin
Goldstein wore a white moygashel
linen sheath with gaily-embroid-
ered (lowers cascading down one
side, from her shoulder seam to
the hemline.
White moygashel linen was also
the choice of Mrs. Rebecca Cas-
tle. Her sheath featured diagonal
lace inserts low in the skirt. Red I
and white was the color combina
tion worn by Mrs. Alfred Long. I
Imported dotted Swiss, in bright'
lipstick red, was topped with
white organdy. The yolk of her
dress was scalloped where it met
the red. and the white formed
more than half of her modified
lantern sleeve, again with the
scalloping detail. Her neckline
WU the slashed bateau in front,
and dipped to a low V in back.
The skirt was full with pressed
pleats.
Visiting from New York. Mrs.
Jack Heilweil wore a black peau
de soie, with the fitted bodice and '
full skirt. Bright colors, in a j
print that looked Aztec-inspired.
was worn by Mrs. Paul Brom-
berg. |
Maria Teresa Carnllo, who ap-j
peared with the orchestra as a so-'
prano soloist, wore a floor-length j
gOWn of white satin. It was a j
figure holding gown with a jewel-
ed mid-section of emerald green. |
The green satin was continued in j
wide floor-length panniers that
Dade Heights Open House
Rabbi Harold Riehter, Cantor
Bmanuel Handel and members of i
the school faculty will greet mem-
bers and friends of Dade Heights
Jewish Congregation at an open;
house on Sunday from 10 a.m. toi
6 p.m.

Mary Cleotriee Kawas. 14800 NE |
16th ave. Mrs. Evelyn Decky is j
district deputy.
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^R EATING a most favorable
** impression with the audience
was the piano soloist. Michele
Levin. Daughter of local Miami
ans Dr. and .Mrs. Herbert Levin.
she is a student at the Curtis In-
stitute of Music in Philadelphia
where cl the 135 students, only 20
arc selecte I lrom the U.S.A. For
her local debiit. she wore a while
chiffon short formal with a blush
pink satin belt and matching
shoes. Michele has just turned
sixteen.
In the audience. Mrs. Joseph
Cohen was wearing a black silk
linen sheath with black lace ap-
pliques on her fitted bodice. Mrs.
Alberto Gold chose a jacket rjress
of sheer voile printed in tones and
shades of blue.
Mrs. Mary Lipitz wore a white
moygashel linen sheath, with the
entire bodice in lace. 11 was her
sweater which attracted so much
admiration. She knitted a white
-winter in a unique stitch, and
then recmbroidered it with all-
hand applique iridescent pailletes.
While in Japan. Mr-- Moe Rippa
had made the silk paisley* print
that she chose lor this final con-
cert .
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Friday, August 18, \%\
As a gift to subscribers, The Jewish Floridian will present free
for the asking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah.
Request* shouid be addressed to "Corsage for You," P.O. Box
2973, Miami ], Fla., one month in advance. Include the name
of the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and piace of the ceremony,
home address and telephone number. The corsage will be
forwarded to you courtesy of Blackstone Flower Shops in time
for the occasion. '"**

Larry Esbin
Larry, son of .Mr and Mrs. Sey-
mour Esbin. and grandson of Mr.
and Mrs. John Myer, will be Bar
Mitzvah at Congregation Yehudah
Moshe on Saturday. Aug. 1!'. ,r
[4 p.m. Rabbi Sheldon II. Steinmctz
will officiate and present a Bible
iii&i*%iSB|and Prayerbook to Larry on hehalt
Michael Gwynn (left), British film star, plays the role of Pastor
Friedrich Gottfried in "Question 7," now playing at Wometco's
Porkway and Normandie Theatres. Starring as his son is
Christian de Bresson (right), noted young French actor.
'Question 7' on Wometco Screens
"Question 7."' a new dramatic able are allowed by the qovern-
moticn picture depicting present- ment to pursue advanced study to-
da) pressures against a pastor and ward a career of their own clioos-
his son in East Germany, is now ing
playing at Wometco's Parkway
and Normandie Theatres The film
was product.i by Loin- de Koche-
mont Associates and Lutheran Film
Associates, who 'also made the
Wide!)-Acclaimed Martin Luther."
"Question 7," in preparation for
three years, was filmed on location
la-! summer in Germany. The
title refers naire i istributed bj state officials
to the students in the schools of
Basl Germany. The answers to
the questions pose a critical test
tc Conscience, because only those
students deemed politically reli-
Held is Success
Behind Scenes
The story compresses the essen-
tial facts about a most massive,
subtle and effective persecution,
set against the background of
seethinj
many
of the congregation.
The Bar Mitzvah is an eighth
grade student at North Miami
Beach Junior High.
Mr. and Mrs. Esbin will host I he
Kiddush in their son's honor follow-
ing the ceremony.

Howard Ross
Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz will of
ficiate at the Bar Mitzxah ol How-
ard, son of Mr. and Mrs Bernard
Ross, and present him with a Bible
and prayerbook on behalf of Con-
gregation Yehudah Moshe on Sat-
urday morning. Aug. 19.
Howard is an eighth grade stu-
dent at North Miami .lunior High
Allen Grvber
foster Brin
Kiddush in their son's honor at the
conclusion of the services.
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Allen Gruber
Bar Mitzvah of Allen Howard,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel Gru-
ber, will be celebrated Saturday
morning. Aug. 19. at Coral Way
Jewish Center, with Rabbi Sam
tiel April officiating.
Allen is an honor roll student at
Communist East Gcr- and attends Popiel religious school. West Miami .lunior High, where he
Mr and Mrs. Boss will host the is in the eighth grade, and at the
The international cast is headed "------------------------------------------------------------------
film and television star? in "the S Mae West All the Way
role ol Pastor Gottfried. Christian
de Bresson, a French youth who j Mae Wesl is back, and the Coco-, willingness to amuse and be
spent most of his years in Amer-,m" (,rov' Playhouse has her! amused, keep the proceedings rol-
;ica. and who has appeared on the Tnanks to more than 50 years as licking along. For the softhearted.
New York stage, plays the part of an otertainer, as well as many be assured there is a happy ending
the teen-age son torn between bis imitators, anyone attending a Mae the newly weds finally do leave
fathers teachings and his ambi- Wl'st performance knows what to, on a honeymoon.
lions for .i career as a concert
pianist, other leading roles are
performed by Erik Schumann and
Almut Eggert, popular young play-
ers from West Germany, who have
|appeared in American films.
tor oi Alfred Hitchcock and other
television Films, directed "Ques-
ion 7," which wa> produced by
Lethar Wolfl for Louis de Roche-
niont Associati 3,
e Seville hotels "Caught in
tl Act" revue has proven itseli
a success, with capacity crowds
marking its continuous long run.
Performers in-
clude Jack De
Leon. Terry Ha
Even, Gene Allen.
Ferry N e w b y .
Lynne Peal and
Betty Dare e y
he principal be-
und the scenes
s multi-talented
iKrnie Held.
Held w h o co-
la ii t h o i ed the
HELD original n ighl
musical comedy revue, also
d ies as musical director. Sue
i is no Btranger to Held who
first enjoyed it when his Broad- ,
way it vue, "The sick sixties," iri-
umphed and was the vehicle that also presented on
carried his wife. Terry Haven, to He
1 m
expect, and that's what her audi-
ence got Saturday night in a ve-
hicle called "Sextet," written by
Miss West from a story idea by
Charlotte Francis.
Isabel Grove.
Plot, such as n was. centers
Stuart Rosenberg, veteran direc- around Mario Manners. Hollywood
Barcelona Names
Banquet Manaaer
Television Play
Now Published
Author is Harold Cast,
play, a behind-the-scenes
sure of boiler room"
Gas! is the author of other play
stardom.
Jack Parker, general nianagi r of
the Barcelona hotel, has announced
the appointment
ot Jimmy DeNi-
COlil a I II ','iel
mai
The audition ol
DcNicola is pail
of t h e Barcelon-
a's current ex-
pansion policy,
which was begun
with the acquisi-
tion of a second
DeNKOLA ,,....., increase
the resorts capacity to over 500
room -
DeNicola, a well know n figure in
the \ii.inn Beach catering world.
was associated with the Fontaine-
I.lean hotel for live year-, and most
lo men- recently with the Americana hotel
progr ,"" "!'" ,Mi,r ****** l)lU <>ne His experience spans 19 years in'
string to her bow. and like Johnny, the catering field, the last seven of
movie star, who has just married
a handsome young British baronet
who doesn't learn until alter the
ceremony that he is husband num-
ber six.
Hardly a play, double and single
entendre lines are draped around
Francis (husband No. 6 Be!nan
court's jealousy of his predeces
Full Disclosure" is the title of a M"'s- nn(l ,lls frustration at not he-
play just published by Argonaut ing abIe '" sePrate his bride from
Books, ol Larchmont, \ Y. '"' ner ,,l,s>M<"---s manager and per-
eiinial admirer iBiad Olson); i2>
'a waiter: i3i a wardrobe tiller; (4i
' >''"- her fourth husband, a Hungarian
operations Wl, ;1 Dere|
Fox); (5)
rom
mii
W't-Pted Juvenile"" ambitiU8 and
It would be redundant
in the investment broker business. *l" S. {*K***1 fox);
has been presented on the Ann hh"sbfta"d. s"- 5' Jack ';' R"e' ""'
strong Circle Theatre, a regular ft.^'ffi^'m.l?^
Lil": and
JC 1-5251 doted Saturday
Sunshine Bakery
BAKERS ton KOSHER HOMES
Specializing in WEDDING
& BAR MITZVAH CAKES
You Call WE DELIVER
Orders $2 or More EREE
1043 WASHINGTON AVE.
MIAMI BEACH 39, FLORIDA
H' is the brother of Lillian Kraff L u """/ '" Jonnny. me Catering Held, the last seven Ol
music and theatre columnist for K,JV *** h,'r onf aoUt' fr" whil1' have been Greater Mi
The Jewish Floridian. ,s,m?l an ,,\ i I'",."? Va5,n8 "m Th)' Barcelona will continue to
shock to delighted acceptance these; expand its catering facilities ,
SSE'JSZZ y,i"'S,. M,'r "'"' ";'Z" hand, a" typea a'"' ****, of con-
ding entrance was ,i. ,.,. ,r pro- vention groups, private parties
longed and enthusiastic applause, weddings and Bar Mitzvah* Park!
Medical Center Meeting
Greater .Miami Auxiliary of the
American Medical Center at Den-
ver is having a games party on
Wednesdaj evening at ihc Seville
hotel Refreshments will be served,
er said. The hotel's
alls. Park
continental
and she deserved it.
It is Mae West all the way. Her cuisine under the direction of
flamboyant negligees and gowns, chef Ernes) Feist, with Larrv L
her familiar mannerisms and her I Oppenheim as
SECRETARY
IMMEDIATE EMPIOYMENT.
SYNAGOGUE or ORGANIZATION ex-
perience preferred but not necessary.
Call Mrs. Cohen
Ml 4-9876 for appt.
maitre d' hotel.
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH
Hie Only Reconstructionist Congregation in the South
High Holy Days Services
Starting Sunday, Sept. 10th at 7i45 P.M. at the
VILLAGE GREEN AUDITORIUM
Bird Road and S.W. 319th Avenue
RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP WILL CONDUCT AND PREACH at aii hub
CANTOR HERMAN K. GOTTL.EB AND TIMPU CHOIRS! CHAW ThPuTURW
RESERVATIONS AND TICKETS:
Teen House 34 Miracle Mile HI 5-17H
Chaps 32 Miracle Mile HI 4-5321
Temporary Temple Office 11289 South Dixie CE 5-0364
(enter's Sunday and ilebr.
schools, which he has attend.
a total of 12 yean.. He is a md
her oi the Temple's junior teen-u
club, and is en the track, volli ybl
and basketball teams at West
ami. where be won four niaw
awards during his first year.
A recent on in honor of the B>
Mitzvah will be held Saturday ,'.
ning at the Seville hotel.
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Fos1r Brin
Saturday morning servic.
19. at Beth Emcth Con
will includ< the Bar Mitzvah .
Foster. >,n of Mr. and Mrs Henri
Brin, 740 NE 179th ter with Hah!
hi Max Shapiro officiating.
The Bar Mitzvah is a student l
the congregation's Hebrew -.-,,]
and attends North Miami |;tl0r
High.
At the conclusion of sen i
parents will host the Kiddush
his honor.

P*4r Lenkway
Congregation Yehudah Moi
will be th site of the Bar Mitzx
of Peter, son of Mr. and Mrs Kurt
Lenkway, on Saturday morning
Aug. If). Kabb' Sheldon II. stem.
met/, will Officiate and present th
Bible and prayerbook on behalf a
the congregation.
Pater is an at North Miami Junior High
has attended Popiel religion
school lor five years.
The Lenkways will host a Kid-
dush in Peters honor follow ins.
services.
VI
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TEMPLE ZAMOFJ
"QQRAl CABLES' ONLY
CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION
PROUDLY ANNOUNC;
HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES
WILL BE CONDUCTED I
RABBI B. LEON HURWITZ
ASSISTED BY CAttTORS
SEYMOUR HINKES
and RUDOLPH BRILL
COME ENJOY INSPIRING
AND REVERENT SERVICES IN
OUR MAGNIFICENT TEMPLE
500 SOFT OPERA SEATS
MODERN SOUND SYSTEM
SUPERVISED JR. SERVICES
ENCLOSED RECREATION PATIO
ALL RESIDENTS OF GAB-ES
AND SOUTHWEST MIAVI
ARE INVITED TO SERVICES
200 SEATS ONLY $10 la.
TEMPLE ZAMORA
44 ZAMORA AVENUE
CORAL GABLES


Way. August 18, 1961
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tcbbi Baumgard
,ck in Pulpit
,,,,,,-, Baumgard is re-
. the pulpit at Temple
n Fn,ay evening. Aug.
following services, Rabbi
rd will conduct an Ask
,'. lbb session in the social
I. answering questions on "The
,, : Judaism."
1)(,-, Newman president, an-'
. during the coming
ongregal in will buUd a,
rmanenl chapel whien
. .,',,!,, Fellowship Hall and pro- j
e for High Holiday -eating of I
,r ...
k so planned is an addition to >
s, ioi wing, which will include
Jouth lounge large enough to en-
100 children, a large arts
crafts room, a soundproof mu-
room, a new library, md sev-
additional classrooms. Bstt-
bd cost i- $200,000.
whitecl i> Samuel Curler, and Pwjrl au.h : r ami ;'
TinlMH 11 ouiiiu Iiil.li.ll S."-v ,,.,... Ai I in
rton Fellman, the engineer, \-.!..., Punerat I.......
[man Feldman is chairman of
planning committee tor the J8 r.charo w tenbpoeck ^
|ecl which will be completed Beach, died Aug He "" here
the next six months.
Joseph Duntov, 75
Jewish Leader,
Passes Away Here
Joseph Duntov, 75. national vice j
president of the Jewish Labor
Committee, died Aut- 12 .
Duntov was a director of the
eons, -Kir! and five grandchildren.
N.r\ |. .- u.-i. i. N. N k
Ith i rcdili Mi ii...i ,i! "ha ]. .ii
Ich ally.
ELLIS SCHLITZ
(it. c.r 1876 SW aiKl i.: dl< i \
II.- ami ii. ri I." y> ars ago Irom
i i xnioiil h, V'a n nd i etlr< 'i
KI'ihim;, Surviving are hi* wife, < '
."1l!T*"fTT\.l i .-! Servile* wer
Bu II Imoi -. with Q-o >i i I
I Ion .i in ill.. I u.- lot
MRS. ANNA.WWKOFF'
a director of the ; ^y\ ^ ..;' '
German General Electric Co. *in lu-ooklyn. and l rvlved'hy i
Russia in the '>" itwrv* o ate 1P20-. escaped !;.',^/; ,.,.. ,
from Nail Germany in 1940 With Memorial Chapel Normand
the help of the Jewish Labor Com
mittee. and received political
asylum in the United States by
special visas for political refugi es
through Mrs Eleanor Roosevelt.
He came here 16 years a no Irom
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JOSttH DUNTOV
MRS KATE BAL'MOEHL
;i. of 946 sw Ith d -i Aug 12
Sin- ..ini.- hire from New York IP
\,'ius ago and In in I '
Kona. Arthur and Alv n .-!-. Mn>
71, nt _: \\ a' died A
< i. i If ini in. earn nan
I i-oni Mini r\ Ived b
in.-, ivifi broi he
M'lv Ii Mil v
aide Me.....i lal I'll
New York, and lived at 2008 Alton call)
rd. He served on the executive
committee of the Greater Miami mrs saoie sachs
leV.sh Federation for ten years. -,./ { V9 mn&? % '
ind on the budget committee for year* igo from New 7ork, Surviving
>ix years.
Ictor Sassoon
Dead in Nassau
NASSAU. The Bahamas |ir V'ictoi Sass *>i.....lanthropist,
lusirialisl and icion af the fa-
His Vnglo-Indian 11 nily f >unded
Bombay, more than 150 years
u b> David B die.l
re S irdaj night aged 8
i.r Victor was the second Baro-
of his family He I ai served
captain in the itish Royal
in years uko from N- > S and
w .i h .i Mam in > i.- Ing vll
i:i Rabeth ttervleia a re \ I*. In
Rlveralde Memorial lhapel, Washing
ion ave.
MRS. JENNIE LAKS
7v. of H rd., died >
..mi.- here 16 in i i > I N"< w
Voi u and is irvl v- i b; h h ban-l
;, 11 u\.. .,.- i h {r:i
md nix f{re were Aug : i Cordon I '
Id.nu
M LTOl KAUFMAN
He was also national director
of the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee, honorary chairman of
the "Books Abroad" Committee,
honorary vice president of the
Bureau of Jewish Education, and
served as Southern district sec-
retary ef the Workmen's Circle
for ten yearv
are two aollfi tw > slater .': .'iin^
Mr- Jennie vVilchyk; i brother and
two grandchildren. Sen i* i
Aus Mi with EUvera le Memorial
pel in hui
WILLIAM TASK
;. ., :::.,'. IMckeni ive., Miami B
\ in '. He >
mo from ChicH
>.ii-.-ui:iii tturvh ins wife,
ioldtp, u dam '- ind
-. \ .- a Aug II In
M- mortal 'hapel N irm i ndj I -
Mr. Du.T.ov was one of the or-
ganizers of the Yiddish Scientific
Institute in Vilna, Russia, and
4raduatHil ,n VM)\) from the Char-
lettenburg Teehnische Hochschule
a degree ia mechanical i
neering
Surviving iri his wi Lili and
( > i two sons, Zachary a Yuri Sei
- Aug 14
'-: Lyceum, Miami Beach, under the
lirection of Riverside Memorial
LEGAL NOTICE
sin \ i\ ing
i.i and k


Forci was a n i for two am '
i in the I went >i the Indian
lative Assi mbly, a 1 had par-
Ipated in a Kiyai Commission
invi stigation ai Indian labor
in 1929.
lembers of hi> family have been
|i j active in I le leadership
Vnglo-Jewish community for
>l '.i nerati n
N il in ni!\ I -le
tcolof Rites
leld Aug. 14
Doseph Socolof, of 1001 >'.V 16th
fe. died Aug. 13. He was 92.
Socolol organized the Sweet
le Food Corp.. in New York, and
}ved to Miami 22 years aw. be-
ling active as a builder and
estate operator here.
lie was one of th founders oi
Greater Miami Jewish Home
the \iiil, a Mason, and mem-
Rabbi Shapiro ia TV Talk
Rabbi N > ipiro
leader ol Beth Dr. I Congreg i
v.ill be host on "St.!; Srui! Voice,"
television program sponsored by
the Greater Miami Rabbinical
A-ssn on Sunday ov WCKT ch. *
at 10 a.m. Raboi Shapiro will dis-
cuss "Jewish EducationA Neces-
sity for Survival."
her of K:urit.s or Pythias.
Surviving are his wi"-?. Rae; two
I sons, including Lw Lincoln; two
daughters, a sister, seven grand-
; children and 13 greal gran.lch I
! dren.
Services were Aug 14 In Gordon
Funeral Home.
pel.
S eakers eulogizing Mr Duntov
were [sadore Cohen, secretary,
Workman's Circle; Sain Herman,
r iter Miami Jew ish
Federation; Louts Schwartzman
director. Bureau Jewish
Education: Max Gleiberman,
Southern District Workman's Cir-
cle; Mrs. Ua Poston, English-
Speaking Branch, Workman's Cir
cle; Sam Weiner, Farband; and M.
Shapiro. National Worwman's Cir-
cle
Joan Field, internationally-re-
nowned concert violinist and re-
cording artist, played appropriate
selections, and Jacbo C. Fishman j
4ave the farewell prayer
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT .N AND
FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN C^ A.n;RY.
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CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
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IN THE NAv AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
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CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
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IN THE NAME AND BY THE
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CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
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IN T$E NAME AND 3Y THE
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You'll Hear the World's Finest Music on
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MIAMI'S ONLY PURE
CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION
Programming MORE LIVE Concerts!
WKAT-FM
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17, a ..1 Aug 18 -' ume h
New "i r^ and nu
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from Hartford, i wn a
retire i pharmai l*t. Hun in, ire I
wife, Jane, .in-i thre i ma ftn lce
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MRS. MINNA S. BERLOVE
TO. ot.9221 v.. Bay Harbor dr., Miami
Reach, died Auk. 1- She came here
15 yea .- ago from New York, and a u
i member of Junior Auxillarj Homt
for th- Aged, Hadaaaah, Fifty-Sever
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Adafh Yeshurun Sisterhood
Tables will be set up for mah
jong. cards, and other games, and
refreshments will be served at the
card party sponsored by Temple
Adath Yeshurun Sisterhood Tues-
day evening at the Thunderbird mo-
teL Mrs. Elaine Sponder is in
charge of reservations.
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proper olii a
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Attorneys, iai.v.t, PINK .v. POR-
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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in the Circuit court of thu
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florida. in and for daoe
countn. in chancery.
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MIPWKST ,'- '. '': v >M-
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mawer wit rvait
Oade la. al the
iri houae In Mian Flo I la, on '
1961, and to
inswei i ion
DAVID P CATSMAN I
whose B i I- -- i Ith eloor
il ii i-.is- Flagler r M ami ^2,
.;. ,,. ir aald 'i.i'.-. aj
.,, it!.. i bj the Law b Florl la if
. | i i impl ilnl will
, i. mi -- -I bj OU .md tf
pro Gonfeea i II be entered
- you for thf relief demanded
in the complaint
HATKI.' this trd of Vutrust,
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i de Count> B1 irlda
n-rk ..r th- '' rclul Court
seat) Bj HI-l.r.N KR8Ht,RR .
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DAVID P AT.-MVN-
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Miami '.-, Ftofltto
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Friday, August 18,
1311
PRICES IN THIS AD
EFFECTIVE THRU
FRIDAY
AUGUST 25
FREEZER SALE!
There's one sure guide to more enjoyable eating: choose your
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and trim assure you of better cooking and tastier meals. For
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BEEF
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175 LB. AVERAGE
CHOICE OR PRIME
c
lb.
WHOLE RIB
OF BEEF
CHOJCE OR PRIME
59
c
lb.
22 POUND AVESAGE
LAMB
Forequarters
25 LB. AVERAGE
c
lb.
BEEF
CHUCK
110 LB. AVERAGE
CHOICE OR PRIME
53
c
BONELESS TRIMMED
BRISKET
OF BEEF
12 LB. AVERAGE
79
c
lb.
CHUCK OF
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18 LB.
AVERAGE
43
c
lb.
BA3Y
Steer Liver
10 LB. AVERAGE
43
c
lb.
YOUNG TOM -^
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16 LBS. AND U?
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