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The Jewish Floridian
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 24 Number 32
Miami. Florida. Friday, August 11, 1961
Two Sections Price 20*
CALLS FOR MIDDLE EAST INTEGRATION
Goldmann Urges Israel Neutrality
Ike Mediation
CAMPAIGNS ON LIBERAL PARTY PLATFORM
PAGE 7-A
TIL AVIV(JTA)Dr. Nahum
I Goldmann'.- initial plunge into Is-
|rael politics, keyed to the theme
filial brail should adopt a neutral-
|is' policy between the Eastern and
|Wetern blocs, and should also seek
Integration in the region, sparked
idespread discussion throughout
Israel Monday.
the Brst two of a series ol
! iled flection addresses tor
[he Liberal party. Dr. Goldmann
described Israel's foreign policy as
no policy at all. Declaring that Is-
rael's foreign policy had not chang-
ed in the past decade. Dr. Gold-
mann said it was "shortsighted"
for Israel not to seek some sort of
ntegration in the region because
all present world policies were
based on regional groupings. Israel;
goes to the polls Tuesday.
The world Jewish leader, speak-
ing to large and enthusiastic
crowds, charged fhat Israel was
neglecting Red China, which he
said would become within a few
years a major factor in the world.
Presently, he said, there was ha-
tred toward Israel in Red China.
He attacked the attitude in Israel
of "wait and see and don't do any-
thing, or staying put, of being
afraid to try anything new."
He urged the neutralization of the
Middle East through having both
blocs ensure the peace of the reg-
Continuad on Page 10 A
Reds Charge
West With
Anti-Semitism
NEW YORK (JTA) Refer-
tu anti-Semitism is made in
text Soviet Communist Party to be
v ented to the 22nd congress of
parly in October in which
Jple Iges art made to improve con-
Iditums of Lie in the Soviet Union.
'IMPRESSIVE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
Israel Will Get No U.S.
Grant in Aid This Year
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
State Department has officially in-
formed Congress that for the first
time in a decade American grant-
.i:-aid will net be allocated to Israel
because of her "impressive eco-
nomic development."
The House Foreign Affairs Com-
mittee made known this develop-
ment this weekend in its formal re-
port to the full Congress on the
foreign aid legislation now under
consideration. Last year the ad-
ministration sought similarly to|
deny grant-in-aid to Israel, but ad-
ministration officials surrendered
to Congressional protests and rein-
Tne drait also attacks religion.' stated Israel in the grant program.
"Imperialist reaction makes ex-
tensive use of chauvinism to in-
cite nationalist conflicts, perse-
cute entire nationalities and na-
tional groups through anti-Semi-
tism and racial discrimination
against Negroes," the draft says.
stress loans and food for peace.
U.-Ver difficult circumstances, Is-
rael has achieved impressive eco-
nomic development so that for
the first time in 10 years, grant
assistance has not been program-
med for Israel. The Committee
is of the opinion that Israel
Continued on Page 3-A
Attempt Told
After 5 Years
JERUSALEM(JTA)Details of a secret United States mission
sent by former President Eisenhower to Jerusalem and Cairo for the
purpose of bringing about peace talks between Israeli Premier David
Ben-Gurion and President Nasser of the United Arab Republic were
revealed in the press here this week after five years of strict secrecy.
This w as the most serious medi-1 ^
ation effort undertaken by the U.S. |
Government. It was conducted I
oersonally by Deputy Secretarv of;
Defense Robert Anderson, whom
President Eisenhower entrusted j
with the mission. The visit of a |
high American official has since;
then been mentioned several times
by Premier Ben-Gurion in support [
of the Israel position that Nasser
had never had any intention of
-eeking a peaceful solution of the
Arab-Israel conflict. However. Mr.
Ben-Gurion never disclosed the
name ct the official, r.cr the time
when the visit took place.
Congress Body
Reports Stand
On Refugees
The reports published in the
Continued on Paga 16 A
III -.ays: "Clericalism is acquiring
lever greater importance in the po-
tiiil and ideological arsenal of
imperialism. The clericals do not
fconfine themselves to using the
Church and its ramified machinery.
Tie? now have their own big poli-
Continutd on Page 12-A
Israel was granted $7,500,000 as an j
immediate result of the furor over
its omission from the countries re-j
ceiving grant-in-aid.
In its report the Committee on
Foreign Affairs said: "The Com-
mittee hes been informed that
aid to Israel will in the future
Prosecution Blasts Adolf's
Cog in Machine Defense
DEATH SENTENCE 1110
MCE -A
Bank Sounds Sharp Warning
Against Rising Inflation Trend
TEL AVIV (JTA) Israel's up to the urgent task of deciding
I si bank, t h e Bank Leumi. on a policy to combat inflationary
rned in a special report this I trends, raise the level of savings
ieek that trends "exerting power-1 and improve the balance of trade.
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
JERUSALEMAttorney General',
i Gideon Hausner. presenting his
summation of evidence against
; Adolf Eichmann. described the de-;
fendant Tuesday as the "chief
executive officer of extermination '
of European Jewry.
The chief prosecutor asserted \
the evidence presented since the,
start of the former Gestapo j
Colonel's trial on Apr. 11 proved;
that Eichmann had directed the.
mass slaughter of 6.000.000 Euro-j
pean Jews in three stages. These
were, he said, first, their expulsion
from Germany: second, their a-
inflationary pressure" on Is-. The l960 -monetary expansion"! semWv and concentration in Nazi-
aels economy had accelerated in ha, reacned tnc point of jeopardiz- hdd Poland; and third their de-|/',' .,
first half of 1961 and were like- [nii lBneVs monetary stability, the; strucUon in the Nazi gas chambers 8
The prosecutor cited Nurem-
berg trial testimony by Hermann
Goering, Hitler's Air Chief, that
Eichmann was among the five
Nazis responsible for the anni-
hilation of Europe's Jews, the
other four being Hitler, Martin
Bormann, Hitler's deputy. Prop-
aganda Minister Josef Goebbels,
and SS Chief Reinhardt Hey-
drich.
Mr Hausner slashed away at a
key defense position to the effect
that Eichmann had only carried
out orders and had never initiiated
them. The prosecutor called the
master plan for the murder of
European Jewry a criminal con-
and cited extensively from
United S'ates. British
to continue to
le second half.
increase during ieport noted citing the fact that and turnaces
the money supply rose in 1960 by 21 .
"In spite of substantial progress i percent, compared with increases j
the spheres of production, ex-'of 10 percent in 1959 and 14.5 per-,
- and foreign currency re-; cent in 1958. In all three years, the j
erves, i960 showed developments j bank reported, the accumulation ol.
ess tavorable than 1959, due to the foreign currency reserves and the,
idening of the gap in the balance expansion in credit to the public
payments on current account \ were the principal reasons for the
''I a rise in the general level of! expansion in the money supply
nces," the report said.
Continued on Page 6-A
WASHINGTON (JTA) Tie
House Foreign Affairs Committee,
in an official report made this week
said that it believes that "the vast
majority of the Palestine Arab ref-
ugees will eventually have to be
settled on land where there is room
and opportunity for them."
In its discussions of the Arab
refugee problem, the Committee
was given facts by a Committee
member. Rep. Leonard Farbstein,
New York Democrat, differing
from the State Department's pre-
sentations on this- subject. Rep.
Farbstein stressed resettlement in
Arab lands as an important part of
any effective solution.
In its formal report on the for-
eign aid bill, the Committee said
"The Committee regrets that
only limited progress has been
made to solve the problem of the
Palestinian Arab refugees. Some
progress has been made within
recent years because refugees
who have acquired skills have
found employment and have bee*
absorbed in the local economy.
The United Nations Relief and
Works Agency," the report con
tinued, "plans now to expand the
vocational training program in
order to stimulate employment of
the refugees and part of the fundi
included in this year's authoriza-
tion for the United States contri-
bution to UNRWA are to be used
for this vocational training pr
Continued on Page 2-A
STRONGER MEASURES THAN IN SENATE VERSION
House Unit Insists on Blockade Check
The report said that currently
"prices and wages are rising and
the deficit in the balance of trade
also continues to rise." It pre-
dicted that since 1961 was an elec-
tion year, "there is little likeli-
Ihood that basic changes in eco-
nomic and financial policy will
take priority to the formation of
la new Government toward the
[end of the year."
The bank emphasized that once
new Government, was formed.
[i'ie authorities will have to face
Asserting that the single most
important factor in the rise was
the foreign currency reserve ac-
cumulation, the bank reported that
personal restitution payments from
West Germany alone "reached a
total of some $10t.000.000 in I960." j gules Committee, which will not
A large share of this "was convert-1 change the wording cf the anti-bias
ed into local currency, causing a clause, and then to the House floor
WASHINGTON(JTA)The House Foreign Affairs Committee this
week officially reported out a foreign aid bill known as the Mutual
Security bill that included much stronger provisions against Arab
boycott and blockade tactics than contained in the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee version of the same measure.
The House bill now goes to the
marked expansion of the money
supply."
The report said that the index
of consumer prices rose to 105.2
in I960, which was four percent
Continued on Pge 11-A
in about two weeks. The difference
between the Senate and House
versions of the Mutual Security
bill with respect to Arab discrimin-
ation will eventually face a show-
down in a joint House-Senate com
mittee conference after beth the
full House and the full Senate have
acted separately on the bill
The American Civil Liberties
Union in a communication to the
Senate called for the stremjthen-
;ng of provisions respecting the
right of American citizens abroad
n connection with religious prej-
udice.
The part of the Mutual Secur-
ity Act dealing with the Arab
blockade and with the discrinvn-
ations against American Jewish
citizens, as reported out by the
House Foreign Affairs Commit-
tee, stresses that it is the sens*
of the Conggress that "the Un'-
ted States favors freedom of
navigation in international water-
ways and the economic coopera-
tion between nations."
"The purpose of this Act." says
the House Committee in its clause
Continued on Page 6-A


Page 2-A
+Jmisii fBorkAaun
Friday. August 11, 191
Fall Building Fund Program Being
Mapped by Cedars of Lebanon Hospital
A fall program ot building fund \uxiliary, "Inch will include a in-
activity in behalf of Cedars ol bute to Mrs. Nathaniel M. Levin.
Lebanon Hospital is being planned Auxiliary president.
i)> hospital officials, according to
a,joint ApppuncftEpiftnl .by.Qedars
president, Samuel T. Sapiro, and E.
Albert PallOt, development fund
chairman.
First event will be an open house
tour of Cedars during the first week
ol October, hosted bj the Women -
On Oct. 11, Coral Way Jewish
Center will host a hospital din-
ner. "Before the campaign is
over, we anticipate that every
Temple in Miami will host a Ced-
ars of Lebanon dinner," said Pal-
let.
Photos by Karsh
In Beach Exhibit
A photographic exhibit, "Pur-
"The Golden Gifl ol Guardian-
ship," will be ihe theme ot a testi
monial luncheon in honor ot God-
mothers and hie guardians planned
by the Women's Auxiliary for \.>\
ID Mrs Stanley <.'. Mye', will be
l hairman, and Mrs Samuel T. Sa-
traits of Greatness." by Vousel p,ro wiil gerve as honorary ehair-
Karsh of Ottawa, opens at the Mi- nun.
ami Beach Art tenter. 2100 Col- .-ones ot breakfast, and eoek-
lins ave.. on Monday, and will eon tail parties will be hosted through-
iinue through Aug. 30. 'l,; the fail l)> physicans on the
Cedars medical staff, trustee-. Of-
Considered one of the greatest; fjcials, and other Mlamians.
photographers of all time. Karsh climixing the |a campaIs,n wl
Congressional Body Indicates
Stand on Arab Refugee Dilemma
MAYOR HIGH
bf the president's inaugural ban-
quet on Dec. 13 "By that time."
Pallot said, "we have lull confi-
dence that the community will
have responded with contributions
placing the campaign total in ex-
cess of $2 million."
Reassessment
Wiil be Aired
is credited with having portrayed
more celebrated men and women
than any other of his contempora
ries. The exhibition consists of 73
portraits all of which were repro-
duced in Karsh's book. "Portraits
ol Greatness." published in i960
Among famous subjects are
Churchill. Queen Elizabeth II. Al-
bert Schweitzer, Helen Keller. Al-
bert Einstein, Katherme Cornell.
Rogers and HanMiiersten. the Rain-
iers Jascha Heifetz, Jacob Epstein, Tne !l' ->ni1 con ot reass ->men:
Prime .Minister Nehru. Pope John. '" be presented at a public meet-
XXIII, the late Earnest Heming >ng Monday evening at the N ir
way. and a bust >; other prominent mandy Isle Branch of Washington
personalities in ai: uaik.> or inter- Federal Savings and Loan Assn
national life Citizens Action Leagu is the
-------- soring organizati in
John > former Metro
commissioner. Boh Daiv, Metro
consultant, and Sam Rivkind, ex-
ecutive director of the Reso"t Hoi
Lssn. will be gue<: speakers.
Hendrik Berns i- chairman ot
ihe evenin
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Hospital, a testimonial dinner is
being planned for Dec. 13 in honor
d! Mayor Rooert Kin^ High for the
enefit of the Aronovitz Memorial
Pavilion in Cedars Hospital. Sam-
uel T. Saol.-j. president ot Cedars,
.ir:n.-.;n.i\! ;'.u- week.
"The testimonial to Mayor High
will play a vita! part in the com-
p tion if th< fourth floor Aronovitz
ivili in," Sap;r i
A chairman of the dinner and an
internationally prominent political
leader as guest speaker will both
be announced shortly, Mayor High has spearheaded the
drive :> help complete the fourth
dors ol Lebanon Hospital
an,i : .,.. the \be \
vitz \: m ... Ion. The m iy-
ii' is lain '.ii; ol the Aronovitz
memorial pavilion committee, a
group of uo business and civic
eaders lending support to this
project.
Praise for Mayor High's eftorts
Iin behalf of the Aronovitz Pavilion
has been received from ali over
Dade county and a< far south as
Ke> West, where Sheriff John
SpottSWOOd has voiunteere 1 Us
support to both the memorial and
the mayor's testimonial dinner.
The Aronovitz Memorial Pavilion
vvill require an additional $273,000
for completion of construction and
purchase of equipment. When c >m
oleted. the pavilion will be de\
to the study and treatment of heart
diseases.
Continued from Pae 1-A
gram, nevertheless, progress to-
ward a final solution r*mains re-
gretfully s ow.
The Committee thai the
inly favoi .......- dur-
ng Ihe pas! r were I real pro-
cess i n the cation ot
UNRWA reliel rolls I (2) the ex-,
)anik'il pro vocational
raining "\U ii th i Commitl
continues to 5U] program,
i! i> (i tii. opini in tat more \ .-i
orous action is i br ng ihe
refugee probl i in act ep a le
and early soil '.he report
-aid. Ihe <>:::' 'i \leve-
.hat the vast majority ol the refu-
gees will eventually have to he re-
settled on land where there is room
and opportunity fur them "
The House Foreign \ttairs Com-
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tion in sharp contra-;- to the anti-
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both Democratic and Republican
members, previous!; (gistered a
strong stand against U. S aid to
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Friday, August 11, 1961
+Jewisti Meridian
Page 3-A
Hebrew U. Group
Elects Gordon
To be President
Election of Jack D. Gordon, presi- j
dent of Washington Federal Savings
and Loan Assn., as president of the '
South Florida Division of the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University was announced in New
York this week by Daniel G. Ross,
national chairman of the board of
the American Friends.
Gordon, a member of the Dade
County School Board, will head
the activities of the organization
in Greater Miami, Palm Beach,
Hollywood, Ft. Lauderdale and Key
West. It supports the Hebrew Uni-
versity of Jerusalem. Israel's old-
est and largest institution of higher
learning.
Gordon, who visited Hebrew Uni-
versity together with Mrs. Gordon.
has served as a housing finance
consultant to t h e United States
State Department. In the past three I
years, he went on three Point Four
missions abroad to help solve con-,
struction and housing problems in
Ethiopia, Costa Rica and Nicara
gua.
A member of the executive
committee of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, Gordon is a
member of Temple Beth Sholom
and vice president of the South
Florida Council of the American
Jewish Congress. Active in Mi-
a m i Beach civic affairs, he is
past chairman of the Miami
Beach Housing Authority, past
president of the Washington Ave-
nue Assn., former president of
the Miami Beach Better Business
Bureau, and a national director
of the Better Business Bureau or-
ganization.
A combat veteran of World War
JACK GORDON
Israel Will Get
No Foreign Aid
Continued from Page 1-A
!.hould continue to receive devel-
cpment loans and other forms of
.conomic aid at levels high
though to insure continued devel-
cpment."
The Committee stressed that
. u aid circumstances arise in
., ich Israel again would be in
need "I vr;mt aid. the Committee
believes that the Administration
should deal sympathetically with
. guch request, it should be,
stressed that Israel has struggled
i, r liability at great odds in a dif-
i cult area."
The Committee pointed out that
'the lack of peace and economic
relations with her neighbors has
led Israel to make large expcndi-' [j, Gordon has been a Dade county
lures for security and survival. Is- resident and homeowner since 1940.
rael has never received grant mill- and is married. He and Mrs. Cor
tary aid or defense support under ^on have three children. He is a
ZOA Plans 64th Annual Meet
In New York Beginning Aug. 31
By Special Report
from plans to strengthen Zion-
ism, to measures to be adopted
in countering the forces of as-
similation in the community, will
be projected in the keynote ad-
dress by Max Bressler, ZOA
president, at the opening of the
convention.
United Fund Unit
Names Kovens
Cal Kovens has been named
chairman of United Fund's Build-
ing and Construction Division, it
was announced by Edward F.
Swenson. jr.. general campaign
chairman.
The new div ision will include
ontractcrs. building suppliers, en-
gineers and arehitects.
Kovens, head of the construc-
tion firm that bears Ms name,
has lived in Miami since 1949.
He has been engaged in building
and real estate development
throughout Florida.
Kovens previously served as co-
chairman of the Miami Beach
NEW YORK The 64th annual
convention of the Zionist Organisa-
tion of America will be held Aug. ,
31 through Sept. 3 at the Hotel
Waldorf Astoria here, with an ex- j
pected attendance of some 1.200
delegates and alternates represen- \
ting close to 600 chapters in 44 j
states, according to an announce-! Brcssler returned last Sunday
ment bv Harold W. Carmely. na- evening from Jerusalem, where he
tional ZOA convention chairman. hitad> ,a l*r Z0A delegation to
the 10th anniversary Israel Bond
Coinciding with the Bar Mitzvah leaders conference and also con-
Year of the State of Israel, the ferred with top Israeli leaders. The
ZOA convention will be dedicated conference was also attended by
to the theme: "A Common Heri- Rabbi I. Usher Kirshblum, national
tageAmerican and Israel Democ- ZOA bond chairman
racy." Its four-day sessions will be '
given over to discussions and ac- Top-ranking figures in the world
tion relating to the most crucial Zionist movement, as well as in
issues facing the Zionist movement i all walks of American Jewish and
today and the formulation of plans civic life, will address the plenary
to meet the increasing responsi- sessions on topics comprising the
bilities assumed by the ZOA in major items on the convention
American Jewish life.
The vital issues to come up at
the convention sessions, ranging
agenda. These will include Amer-
ican policy in the Middle Bast,
,Aliyah. Hebrew education. Israel
investments, increased participa-
; tion in Israel fund-raising efforts,
economic development of Israel,
and the role ol the ZOA on the
American Jewish scene.
A feature of the convention de-
Builders' Division of the United
Fund, the Combined \Jcwish Ap-
peal, and Mt. Sinai Hospital de-
velopment Fund
He is also chairman of the board | liberations will be an Oneg Shab-
of trustees of North Miami Gen- bat symposium on -Jewish People-
cral Hospital. hood." World-renowned Cantor
Kovens is a member of the I Abraham Wilkomirsky. of Israel,
board of trustees of Temple Israel | now on a visit to this country, will
of Greater Miami, and a director be soloist at the opennig session
of the U.S. Committee for Sports and conduct the Sabbath religious
in Israel. services.
Ih.i Mutual Security Program.
Beth tmeth Social
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Friday. August 11. 1961
Israel's Election Tuesday
Israelis are reputed to be ardent partici-
pants in their country's political liie. A worn
witticism tells the tale best: Where there are
three Israelis, there are four political parties.
Eut news from the young republic predicts
a sluggish national election next Tuesday.
Thus far, little interest has been shown in the
race, and some observers feel that many
voters will stay away from the cc"s.
Certainly, no one can blcme the issues.
They will be as vital after the election as they
were before. Indeed, the issues remain the
seme ones which Israelis have repeatedly de-
bated in the past; and it is likely that these
issues will continue to be the center of interest
for Israel during the years ahead.
If the predictions are accurate, and voting
is light on Tuesday, it will be the campaign,
itself, that must take the blame. The issues may
be vital, but the election is not. The election
is a synthetic by-product of the political feud
between Prime Minister Ben-Gurion and the
man he ousted as secretary general of Hista-
drut. former Defense Minister Pinhas Lavon.
Thus, many Israelis instinctively feel that
they are being called upon to make a choice
without the opportunity of choosing that
however vital the issues at stake, none of them
includes the guestion central to the election
in the first instance. Neither can the guestion
be a part of Israeli debate at this time unless
the young republic would today be willing to
challenge the very basis of its political and
economic structure.
In causing the government to topple and
forcing the Aug. 15 election, this is precisely
what Mr. Ben-Gurion has done. His vision of
Israel's future changed, he has in a very real
sense rejected what he once held dear: a Jew-
ish State solidly ensconced on its original
scaffold, at the vital center of which stood
Histadrut.
But Israelis do not seem to be rallying to
his cause. They have repeatedly rejected his
demands for electoral reform, and they are at
least for the moment turning him down in his
reevaluation of Histadrut. An astute politician
who recognizes that his own survival is neces-
sary to the ultimate advancement of his be-
liefs, Mr. Ben-Gurion has therefore shunned a
frank debate of the guestion he raised himself.
The election Tuesday is thus a mechanical
process which the country must bear as a
consequence of the Prime Minister's earlier
daring, but without the opportunity to affirm
or refuse his motives. Whether or not the ma-
jority of Israelis would back him today is diffi-
cult to say. Perhaps Mr. Ben-Gurion's unwill-
ingness to stake his political life on it provides
some of the answer.
In any event, the reported national apathy
is in a strong sense a reflection of Israel's
growing political sophistication. Israelis do
not seem as willing as before to rush to the
polls at a moment's notice. They do not have
to prove the mettle of their democracy in dem-
ocratic procedure. Ideologic reflection is. itself,
*e greatest part of a free people's existence',
ond Israelis are finding that it is unnecessary
to yote everytime the examination of an issue
yie.'ds no direct or immediate resolution
Perhaps, after all, three Israelis today are
only three political parties instead of four, and
in a nearer future than for which even Mr. Ben-
Gurion hopes, three Israelis will finally mean
just two parties a consequence emerging
out of evolution rather than election.
Wailing tor the Vtrikt
House, the State Department pulled its horns
in through the remainder of the winter and all
of the spring. But summer brought a full-
flowering of former State Department attitudes.
Entrenched Department interests expected
a shakeup and redirection. Mr. Kennedy had
promised both. When none came, the bold
became bolder. As the general international
situation worsened. State Department policy
for the Middle East emerged from hiding to
resume its ineguities and errors and even
to surpass them.
At this time, it is still difficult to say
whether Mr. Kennedy maintains his counsel
because he is otherwise engaged. Neither can
it therefore be argued that the State Depart-
ment has the President's full sanction in the
current U.S. handling of the Israel-Arab
dilemma.
But observers who feel that things are
worse than before do not exaggerate. Some
openly dream of the days of Dulles as an era
that was more desirable than the current reign
of Rusk. And what with the government sell-
ing "weather" rockets to Nasser, and the State
Department directing the line of debate in Con-
gress over Foreign Aid. who can reason that
they are wrong?
The Change that Was Not
I seems more and more self-evident that
the change in administration has meant little
2J5 ^hanqe in U.S. foreign policy for the
Middle East. *
With Mr. Kennedy installed into the White
Rockwell Gets Message
The action of the Arlington, Va., commun-
ity against George Lincoln Rockwell and his
Nazi Party is commended by every decent-
minded American.
The "stormtroopers" who detained a 13-
year-o.d Jewish youth are now paying for their
deed with year-long sentences at hard labor.
But this was the decision of a judge sit-
ting m an American court of law. How Arlinq-
ton. itself, feels is not the result of judicial de-
cree. Arlington's anger is the reflection of a
democratic-spirited community which, on a
non-sectarian basis, is telling Rockwell and his
henchmen to get out.
So are all Americans doing the same, and
he judge who sentenced the culprits to hard
labor is telling the counterfeit Nazis that thev
mean it. 7
The Active Realm of Science
In an Otherwise Active State
By PHILIP GILLON
AS SCIENCE PROBES its way out to the uttermost stars and into
the innermost secrets of the electron, the gap between the scien-
tist and the layman becomes ever wider and more dangerous. The
average citizen is vaguely aware that the men ir the laboratories are
I developing .$Jupiidtie>-pewejs fcjBrcatie-or destruction, but he does
not know who is to control these forces which are destined to deter-
mine the future of mankind.
Israelis are justly proud of the phenonmenal progrei.5 made by
the country's scientists in the thirteen years of the State's existence.
The scientists themselves resolved that they would not be isolated
from other citizens in ivory towers, and so they formed the Assn. for
the Advancement of Science in Israel, primarily to explain science
and the scientist to the man in the street.
The Association held its fourth and most ambitious Congress at
the Weizmann Institute of Science at Rchovoth during the spring of
1961. The proceedings were attended by a thousand scientists en-
gaged in twenty-one different disciplines, and by hundred'- of laymen.
The scientific societies synchronized their periodical meetings to
coincide. This had the important advantage ot enabling scientists lo
find out what research is being done by their c< eagues; In an age
cf supor-specis!i7at;o!i. the same problem m. approached from
different angles, and the experts found much each other's reports.
On the op- y, "Science Day,'" leading scientists attempted
to forecast the affects oi new scientific idea> en life in Israel during
the next decade; they uscci non-technical Ian) ..nd managed to
give their audiences vi\ ressions of the shape'of things to come.
:- -:- -i-
MSERVATtCNS Of BEACHES
brof. aarcn B. horwitz, of the Israel Institute of Technology
in Haifa, described the probable trends the development of
the country's cites, villages and rural communities. S tnewhal to
the surprise of many of bis listeners, he devotee! a major part of his
address to a passionate plea lor the preservation of the country's
natural beauty spots. He pointed out that Israel. althou, SO small,
has an astonishing range of climate, vegetation and scenery, but
the pressure of rapidly increasing population may mar some of these
glories unless precautions are taken immediately.
He demanded that the long beaches running from Nahariya to
Ashkelon should be declared National Parks ar.ei that building con-
tractors should be denied the right to excavate sea-land. Trees by
the roadside, he said, are lovelier than billboards. Americans had sc
vast a country that they had been able to move from any ruined
beauty spot to one intact, a latitude which Israel would not be able
to emulate.
In Israel's towns, more care would have to be given to planning
adequate roads to avoid the strangulation of tralfic and he suggested
that the smaller towns should be enlarged to provide citizens with
the minimum transport and social, cultural and other amenities.
Prof. M. Arens. also from the Technion, dealt with air transporta-
tion around the earth during the next ten years. He pointed out that
any prediction must be qualified by considerations of man-made
boundaries, as well as by technical possibilities. Anyhow, it takes
four to eight years to develop a new commercial aircraft. His pos-
sibly disappointed listeners were told that in the circumstances there
was little prospect of their being hurled around the globe in the near
future in inter-continental missiles. Instead, they would travel in
conventional jet-aircraft, but cruising speeds would probablv rise to
a maximum of 2,700 miles per hour.
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KAIN IN HASH HOODS
BROF. MICHAEL EVENARI. of the Department of Botany of the
Hebrew University of Jerusalem, started his look into the future
by going back two raillenia to the time of the Nabataeans The
dominant problem of Israel is water. It is already clear that the
country's development will be limited by the available water supply,
even after the completion of the Jordan project. Prof. Evenari. worry-
ing about water, became profoundly intrigued by the mvstery of how
the Nabataeans. those master hydrologists, had tilled the Negev des-
erts two thousand years ago, despite an average annual rainfall as
low as two or three inches
This rain comes in winter flash-floods. Reliving the past Prof
Evenari developed two Nabataean farms in the Negev Highlands on
the principle of catchment areas used by the ancients. This means
that the farm is placed in a valley below such an area, and all the
storm water is captured instead of flowing unused down the wadis
and is channeled by furrows and dam-terraces. Prof Evenari has
found that 20 to 40 percent of it can be used profitably, obtaining the
effect on the farm of a rainfall ten times greater than is actually is.
SCIENCE TEACHING IN MAIL
S- ?'TT"',0f ,he Rogoff Medical ^search Institute of the Labor
rir,n IUn'vUllined ,he *earch for 8Ctive chemo-thcrapeutic
drugs in the fight against cancer. The search has been mainly em-
pirical as the metabolism oi tumors is not ye: sufficiently known to
h ph filn T y r,a"0na! aPproach- Although seme substances have
,o hi hn" !*S* adversel>' a'fpc* 'he tumor, they also cause damage
mrd II ndi T1$lanCe l con,inul admmistration often devel
mnro at ?' however, that modifications of the drugs and a
I" ad?nC,ed understanding of tumor metabolism would lead to
more successful treatment.
for fUfSZSl d3> l,h6 Conpress 'M devoted tc symposia on food
"on new Hrr8,WOr,d P?pula,ions- w methods in science educa-
ba ic nrnhtnf" T"* ^^ a"d ,hcir use in &*&. edicine and
lavman w t,V h?*" P*** Perhaps ,he moM '"teresting to th<
The?u-a Lil* ,d,SCUSS,on cn te"hing science in Israel, schools
classr^m/fnH a ,a^efTem ,hat il is difficul1 ^e people in the
ments^hiehr? h !abora,ori to keep abreast of new develop
ments which proceed at breath-taking speed
reeardOStSobihvWa>S f imProvin teaching techniques, particularly- in
cem?n If, r"0, fbattd- B was decidtd 'o experiment With
es InSituef T^h 5 Prf- JCrrld Zharias. of the Massaehu
arrange rl.?Q. Technology, and the Association will continue to
to"rsS,h?ri S"Ttr t0UmS f0r ***** "<*" *"d pupils and
tours of the rex arch reactor at Nahal Sorek
attended mplJLi,nal *T ?{ the Congress. participant! and visitors
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Friday, August 11, 1981
Radicalism Added to 3 R's and Emerging
As Threat to American Civil Liberties
MfTibers of Beth David Synagogue depart
from New York International Airport aboard
an El Al Airlines jet bound for Israel to spend
several weeks there. Left to right are Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Bernhardt, of 780 SW 11th st.; Mr.
and Mrs. Meyer Robbins, 243 Shore Drive E.;
George Altman, Sagamore hotel; Mr. and
Mrs. Philip Bolin, 2513 SW 10th rd.; Mrs. Mary
Weinkle, 147 Shore Drive S.; and Mrs. S. J.
Steinback, 1165 Marseille dr. Gus Shaw, of
Shaw Travel Service, arranged the tour.
Adolf's Cog in Machine Defense Blasted
Continued from Pqe 1-A
and Israeli courts to the effect that
each conspirator in such a plot is
fully responsible for the actions
taken by all other conspirators in
furtherance of the purpose of the
conspiracy."
The prosecutor said that all that
Deeded to be proven against Eich
mann was that he joined the con-
spiracy voluntarily. The prosecu-
tor said that Eichmann had testi-
fied he joined the Nazi Party vol-
untarily and that while he had
claimed he volunteered to join the
Security Police "by mistake"' he
never made any effort to quit
when he discovered his "mistake."
Hausner attacked Eichmann's de-
fense argument that when the
Nazis began to implement the pol-
icy of physical destruction of Jews,
he carried out orders unwillingly
but had to do so because he was
unoVr oath as a Nazi officer. The
prosecutor said this was like an
argument of a member of a gang.
originally organized for stealing,
claiming that he was already a
member when the gang extended
: its activities to armed robbery and
killing a watchman.
"I know that all these ex-
amples sound strange," the pros-
ecutor told the three-judge court.
"What comparison could there
possibly be between the murder
i of one watchman and the mur-
der of millions? But this is a
court of flesh and blood, and
precedents cited here must also
be from human experience."
He then cited court rulings that
it is not a defense for one conspir-
ator that other conspirators drafted
the plans and gave orders for their
implementation, "and this holds
also for a dictatorship. The rela-
tionship between the ruler and the
Check Blockade, House Unit Says
Continued from Page 1-A
in the foreign aid bill, "are ne-
gated and the peace of the world
is endangered when nations which
receive assistance under this Act
wage economic warfare against
other nations assisted under this
Ad. including such procedures as
boycotts, blockades, and the re-
striction of the use of international
waterways.
.Any attempts by foreign na-
tions to create dstinctions of their
race or religion among American
citizens in the granting of personal
or commercial access or any other
rights otherwise available to U.S. ;
| citizens generally is repugnant to |
i our principles: assistance under!
I this Act and the Agricultural Trade j
l Development and Assistance Act |
of 1954. as amended, shall be ad- i
ministered to give effect to these ;
principles." the Foreign Affairs
Committee requested in its version j
of the bill.
ruled does not exclude the re
sponsibility of him who ;s ruled for
his acts "
He cited the Israel Supreme
Court verdict in the Kafr Kassem
case when members of the Israeli
Border Police were sentenced for
shooting Arab civilians despite a
plea that they acted under orders.
He said the Supreme Court even
ruled that a plain soldier who is
only present at an illegal activity
is responsible for participation in
a criminal conspiracy if he was
present under manifestly illegal
orders.
The prosecutor said that while
there were hundreds of thousands
of Germans of greater and lesser
influence who joined in this
"work of evil," this fact did not
diminish Eichmann's central
role. He quoted documents and
eye-witnesses, including defense
witnesses, which he said proved
Eichmann's special status and
central role in the murder pro-
gram.
He dismissed Eichmann's de-
fense contention that his low rank
made it impossible for him to have
initiated the murder orders. The
prosecutor said that Eichmann's
comparatively low rank was in-
significant, first because the mur-
der program was the work of a
gang of murderers, and second be-
cause Eichmann was in the center
stage of execution of the plan and.
thus bears criminal responsibility
for all of the stages and manifes-
tations of the murder program.
By Special Report
STARLIGHT, Pa. A fourth
I "R," radicalism, is being added to
| the unofficial curriculum on Ameri-
can college campuses, a leading
! civil liberties authority said here
I this week.
And while intense political activi-
ty by college students is not new.
I the current wave of interest has
' a unique and possibly dangerous
twist.
Wholly out of character, accord-
ing to Alexander F. Miller, of New
York, director Of community ser-
vice, for the Anti Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith. is the
\ mounting number of undergradu-
ates who are becoming identified
with extreme right-wing causes.
"For the first time in our his-
tory we are seeing a dynamic
radical right wing movement with
a special appeal to youth," Mil-
ler told teenage participants to
the fourth annual B'nai B'rith
Youth Organization leadership
training conference.
The special appear A kind ot
"holy war" against Communism,
one result of which has dangerous
overtones. Warned Miller:
"This phenomenon needs to be
carefully observed. It could find
j expression in an attempt to impose
totalitarianism on the United
I States under the guise of protect-
ing democracy from Communism."
I, The Anti-Defamation League of-
ficial cited a recent survey which
; found that one collegiate group
, whose political and economic phi-
losophy resembles the John Birch
Society and claims a membership
of 25.000 students on 115 college
; campuses. A second group with
a similar philosophy, he said, pur-
ports to have a mailing list of an
additional 13.000 students.
College students preoccupation
; with right-wing groups. Miller told
the young Leadership Conference
participants, is part of a campus-
, bred political resurgence Which be-,
gan with the onset of the I960's.'
i This rediscovered awareness ofj
ome of the vital issues of the dav. I
however, has been a mixed bless I
ing. Miller said.
For one thin.4. it has marked an
end to the immediate post-war era
"when the majority of young peo-
[:.!<.' seemed -u overcome by ma-
terialism that they rarely found
time to express themselves in radi-
cal movements which over the
years have been a hallmark of
yOUth."
Asiri" from the right wing acti-
vity on college campuses, Miller
pcinted out, some of the "tradi-
t:onal" sJuc'ent radicalism has
returnednotably in the form of
"participation, in such movements
as sit-ins, freedom rides and th<*
like."
But whatever form student radi-
calism takes Miller cautioned,
young people must be alerted to
its perils both from the right and
the left. And that, he says, should
be a part of the "official" curricu-
lum on American college campus-
es, as well as high school class
rooms.
Some 100 top teen-age regional of
ficers of the B'nai B'rith Youth Or-
ganization are participating in a
19-day annual conference which
opened July 31.
Taxpayers Name
New Committee
A community improvement com-
mittee has been named by the
board of directors of the Miami
Beach Taxpayers' Assn. Architect
Norman Ciller will be chairman.
Originally a one man study group
on urban renewal under the city
planning committee, the membei.,
of the new committee will be ex
peeled to go far beyond their orig
inal assignment. The\ will con
tinue to assi>t the city planning
committee in implementation of
programs.
Ciller said that "we are still in-
terested in the possibility of urban
renewal, but we would prefer to
achieve it through private invest-
ment wherever possible. At the
least, we hope to present a coordi-
nated program for the future de-
velopment of Miami Beach "
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Beth Sbirah Plans School Schedule
R< art this week

slur; h Irom nurserj thr ti h
grad< it ti mpoi irtt rs
at 11289 S. Dixie hv \ eluded
w and Sundaj -
ciassi gh confirmation.
First sessions, under certified
graduate teachers, will be held at
Palmi Lto Hi h S< hool on SW ll8ih
St., b( ginning Sunday, Sept. 17, at
i.m.
Daily Hebrew school and B ir
and Bas Mitzvah training will be
held in Suniland Hall, 11589 S
Dixie hwy., with Cantor Herman
Gottlii b in charge "i instruction
] Beth Shiran announces committee ap- tivities; Rabbi Mo:m Skop, ritual and educa-
' MS v7 re,V?n dePartn?entsu. LeTft < <>n; Stephen Kessler. constitution andIbyJaws;
' C'Ltci J,iS,TL.me,n?bersh!pi. L,ouis Leon Roth, budget and finance. Beth Shiran
* r*i v ?> it r ""'"' fuugei cna i.nance. ttetn fc
Gieene Men s Club; Cantor Herman Gottlieb, will have a regular meetina Sundcv ev
] 'oir; Mrs- >oseFh Katz. aduit c.c- in Suniland Kail. 11539 So^ Dixie &
ening
(rtidnaim Campaigns on Liberal Platform
. \\ IV iJTA) Dr. V.
lu iann held his first "work-
i this week with leaders
a I ral part) before launch-
i jle ol election speeches
ii eight mass rallies throughout
Israel.
" e world Jewish leader was me!
at h airport by Liberal party
leaders and a large corpt oi news-
ii lie read a prepared state-
ment in which he reiterated his
pos.tion that he would not attack
anj other party in Israel in his cam-
ps : ing tor the Liberal party for
tit ,^ug. 15 general election.
Hi also declared that whoever
ed that a non-Israeli Jew had i
iu right to Israel was taking a peri-
Ii approach leading toward a
< ration between Israel and'
Ji -v- in other countries which could
be dangerous, it not fatal, to Is-
rael He said there could be no
scpi ation between Israel and
Jews elsewhere and that therefore
H.< partnership between the two
Jewries was not limited to philan-
thropy hut included the right of the.
non-Israeli Jew to advise, comment
and express views on the key prob-
Ii ms ol Israel.
Commenting on his American
passoort. Dr. Goldmann Added
later that if he had had n Is-
"II passport, he would not have
tcceeded in obtaining "those
millions of dollars for the sur-
v vor of the Naxi regime." The
question, he remarked, was "how
many millions for the Jewish na-
tion is my passport worth?" He
alto stressed that when his house,
row under construction in Jeru-
salem, was completed he would
.ettle in Israel and bring his fam-
i'y here.
Mapai sources meanwbJJe Indi-
cated the) were dissatisfied about
Dr Goldmann's participation in
the Liberal party election cam-
pa en, claiming thai his post as
pr< -cut of the world Zionist move-
ment had been entrusted to him as
a nor partj personality. They as-
serted that his action in joining the
I ral party was done without
Israel Election Meeting Apathy
JERUSALEM(JTA)The present election campaign in Israel will
cost more than any ol the previous national elections held since the
establishment of Israel, but it is practically certain that it will call out
he least number of voters ever participating in electing members to
the Knesset, Israels Parliament.
This became clear here, a week before election dav. although at-
tendance at election rallies has increased during the last few days
Earlier .the public evinced little interest in the campaign meetings.
The elections will be held Aug. 15.
Because the voting in this years elections takes place in the
summer the previous elections were held in the fall there will
be quite a large number of absentees. In addition, it is anticipated that
many will abstain Irom voting because of lack of interest. It is also
expected that many voters will east blank ballots to demonstrate their
indifference- to the resull of the elections, or their protest that the
elections were not necessary.
The elections this lime are generally considered bv many Israelis
SS untimely. They were brought about as a result of Premier Ben
Gunon s resignation over the "Lavon Affair This resignation led
automatically to the fall ol the Cabinet and the dissolution ol Israel's
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consulting the Zionist Actions Com-
mittee and that he had sent letters
to Zionists in the Inited States ask-
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election fund.
All of Israel's parties stepped
up the pace of campaigning tins
week with hundreds of meetings
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where a voter might be found
Speakers were making dozens ol
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Judge Zvi Berinson, chairman of
the Central Election Committee.
He said that the practice of Josef
Sapir and ether Liberal speakers
of conducting talks and discus-
sions on trains moving between
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was illegal because the election
law banned the use of Govern-
ment-owned property, and the
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its election platform. The planks
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week, equal judicial authority for
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Friday, August 11. 1961
HOLDS DISTINGUISHED SERVICE CROSS
War Hero May Head New Chapter
A. HiNRY KAUffMAN
. .. may assume commandership
the Guild of Professional Photog-
raphers of Philadelphia.
But his interest in veterans' af-
fairs continued long after his
mustering out. He organized the
Jewish Veterans League of Penn-
sylvania in 1919. which is today
known as Post 13 ol th-? Jewish
War Veterans of the United
Slates. He also organized Post 7
in Philadelphia of the Legion of
Valor, and served as its com-
mander for two terms
Today. Kauffman is the only
holder of the Distinguished Serv-
ice Cross on Miami Beach. Last
year authorized by then national
commander of the Legion of
Valor Paul H. Hines to organize
a Florida chapter, Kauffman will
most probably assume the com-
mandership of the chapter when
officers are elected and installed
here during the Legion's conven-
tion.
Kauffman's wife today shares
his ardent identification with
veteran programs. As Kauffman
sees it. war is a strange leveler
of h*imanit\. "There are no races,
colors or creeds in war's impact
on men," he says "Neither are
there such distinctions when it
comes to bravery in battle."
Scheduled to address the an
nu.:) banquet will be Lt. Gen.
Frank Bogart. comptroller of the
L'.S. Air Force, sent here by
President Kennedy for that pur-
pose. Also addressing the ban-
quet will be Miami Beach Mayor
Kenneth Oka.
Among the decorated veterans
from 50 states who will also at-
tend the convention are Eddie
Rickenbacker. Audie Murphy, the
most decorated soldier of World
War II. Charles E. "Commando"
Kelly. Sen. Spessard Holland, and
Miami Herald columnist Jack
Bell.
A Florida chapter of the Legion
of Valor of the United States oi
America is in the process of be-
ing organized, and will be un-
veiled at the 71st annual reunion
oi the Legion bar*
The reunion opens Monday, and
will run through Wednesday, with
sessions scheduled at the Barce-
lona hotel.
A. Henry Kai-ffman, of 3191
Sheridan ave., Miami Beach, is
ir charge of charter activity for
the Florida chapter, which will
be known as Post 25. Kauffman,
a retired professional photog-
rapher who came here from Phil-
adelphia 12 years ago, holds the
Distinguished Service Cross.
Some COO decorated war heroes
art expected here to attend the
convention. Members of the or-
ization include veterans of
both World Wars hold Congres-
sional Medal of Honor and Dis-
tinguished Service and Navy
Crosses.
Kauffman. a buck private m
World War I. was attached to
Battery F of the 7th Field Artil-
lery He won his DSC after an
encounter with a German con-
tingent en May 28. 1918 in Can-
tieny. Franc?. Kauffman remain-
ed at his gun alter German shells
felled three GI's surrounding him
and despite the fact that he lost
a finger and sustained other
si vere wounds in the explosion, j
After spending weeks in a hos-1
pital in Nantes. France, win n
he was awarded the Distinguish-
ed Service Cross for valor in
action, Kauffman was reassigned,
to an outfit in the St. Miniel and
Meuse-Argonne engagements.
Mustered out of the army u
May. 1919. Kauffman again saw JERUSALEM (JTA) Police an uncle, took the nine-year-old
action as a (oast Guard>man announced last week the arrest of boy to England after testifying ran-
during World War 11. three members of an Orthodox set- der oath in Israel that he had no
In Philadelphia, Kauffman be- ;k'mi'm (,n suspicion they hid Yos- knowledge of the boys where-
came known as an artist phoiog- ^''e Schumacher, a boy kidnaped abouts.
rapher, and won awards for his by hls Or'hdx grandfather a year Grandfather Naehman Starkes.
work in London, New York, and ^ ,and S"H "0, restorcd l h'V who spent a year in jail for refus-
Chicago. He founded and served P,renl8- | ing to return the boy to his par-
as the first president and chair- The arrests were announced. "its. and who is scheduled to go
man of the board of critics of amid reports that Sholom Starkes, back to prison Tuesday after tail-
ing to produce the child during a
conditional suspension of his sen-
tence, has appealed repeatedly to
Chiel Rabbi Yitzhak Nissim, pro-
posing a Din Torah (Religious Tri-
bunal) ruling on the tuture of the
child. The grandfather spirited the
child away out of fear he would
not receive a sufficiently Orthodox
upbringing from his parents.
Police learned that Yossele's
uncle tvd him in the Agudat Is-
rael-affiliated Komemiut settle-
ment in the northern Negev and
investigated. The arrest for the
three members followed. Israel
police said they would ask a court
declaration that the uncle lied
under oath so they can issue a
warrant for his arrest and for-
mally initiate proceedings for the
uncle's extradition from London
where he is teaching in a Luba-
vitcher Yeshiva.
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Jews on Kidnaping Charge
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The attorney of the parents said
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family in England notified him
that they were coming to Israel to
provide information to police on
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tives had called -the uncle before
1 British Chief Rabbi Israel Brodie
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, Chief Rabbi of the child's where-
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Hausner Eyes Death Verdict
As Summations are Speeded
JERUSALEM (JTA) Attorney General Gideon Hausner. chief
prosecutor in the trial of Adolf Eichmann. was expected to a*k for'
, non of the former Gestapo colonel on all 15 counts of his indict-
ment when the trial resumed Tuesday.
This was disclosed amid indications that both the prosecutor and
I Robert Servatius, Eichmann*s
chief defense counsel, plan to try n was reported tha! Mr. Ilaus-
li trim their summations, which ner was trying to reduce his sum-
; the final phases of the trial I mat!on speech, which he originally
-aid would lake three to four days.
,o two days. He was now reported
as planning to submit to the court
harts and numbered lists of docu-
ments. This procedure will enable
dm simply to refer to the do< u-
mints instead of reading out their
contents.
I which would be a certainty had the
| original summation schedules been
1 adhered to.
After the summations, the
I judges will retire to study the
testimony for a verdict which is
not expected before the High
Holy Days. Dr. Servatius had in-
dicated he will appeal the ex-
pected guilty verdict.
It was learned meanwhile that
interrogation of Eichmann In his
Jerusalem cell by Dr. Dietrich
Zweig, the West German observer
at the trial, who seeks information
en Nazi criminals awaiting trial in
West Germany, has produced no
useful results.
AJthough Eichmann has not re-
' fused to answer questions from Dr.
Zweig, the replies reportedly were
i of the same evasive nature as
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Friday, August 11, 1961
Gcldmann Urges Israel Neutrality
Chancellor Commander Saul M. Jarrett (right) awards citation
to Joseph Malek "lor an outstanding performance" at the
installation of officers of George Gershwin Lodge Knights of
Pvthias.
300 Attend
Lodge Installation
Three hundre i members and
friend's attended installation of of-
1 en- oi George Gershwin Lodge
198 recently .a the shelborne ho-
tel. Ritual was conducted by
Arii-Iph Rachline. Charles Rappa-
pirt. and Henry Goldbt
Installed chancellor commander
was Saul M. Jarrett.
In presenting a plaque to Irving
Weinstein, president of the Benevo-
lent Assn., Metro Commissioner
Harold Spaet lauded the officers
' I r your efforts and accomplish-
ment.- in the humanitarian work
dene by the lodge."
Entertainment included a musi-
cal program with Joseph Malek.
tenor, and Marian Spier, soprano.
Ir charge of arrangements were
Sam Ross and Milton Hurwitz.
Tensions to be Discussed
"How to Deal With Your Ten-
sions will be the subject of a lec-
ture by Dr. Abraham Wolfson,
chairman of the Spinoza Outdoor
forum, on Tuesday morning, 8
a.m., at the 8th st. beach, immedi-
ately following Charles Siegel's ex-
ercise class. This will mark the
secona in a scries on ""The Art of
Living Happily.-' General discus-
sion will follow.
Continued from Page I-A
[on. lie warned that time was not
working in Israel s lavor and ex-
pressed the opinion that neutraliza-
tion of the Middle East would fi-
nally compel the Arabs to give up
then- dreams of destroying Israel
with CorrThTunTsI aid aTid crcate*fhe
chance that the Arabs might accept
Israel as an established fact, lie
denied th.it he had ever favored
territorial concessions to the Arabs
or acceptance of Arab refugees by
Israel.
The Goldmann speeches galvan-
ized the Mapai party, the principal
architect of the foreign policy he
was so strongly criticizing. The
Mapai secretariat called a special
session Monday to discuss what to
do but no decision was .'cached.
\lrs. Golda Meir, Israel's For-
eign Minister, irritated bj Dr Gold-
mann's attack on the foreign policy
for which she is responsible, asked
for a clear-cut decision of approval
tor Mapai speakers to attack Dr.
Goldmann. She was seconded by
Agriculture Minister Moshe Dayan.
However, Prime Minister David
Ben-Gurion and Labor Minister
Giora Josephtal urged a moderate
reaction.
The absence of a formal deci-
sion not to attack Dr. Goldmann
was taken by Mrs. Meir, Mr. Day-
an, Education Minister Abba Eb-
an. Finance Minister Levi Eshkol
and Deputy Defense Minister Shi-
mon Peres as a green light. They
fiercely criticized Dr. Goldmann's
peace suggestions and his neu-
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said were tantamount to putting
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Miami Attorney
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Samuel J. Kanner, Miami lawyer,
took office as chairman of the Na-
tional Conference of Bar Examin-
ers on Tuesday durng the 84th an-
nual meeting of the American Bar
Assn, in St. Louis. Mo.
Kanner. who has served tor the
past year as chairman-elect of the
National Conference of Bar Exam-
iners i- currently a member of
the Florida Board of Bar Kxamin-
i rs and was its chairman from
to 1958. He is a graduate of
the University oj Miami law school.
and has been active in the work!
of the Florida Bar. serving on the;
board Oi governors and on Bar com-
mute* v
He i- a member of the Dade
County Bar Assn.. American Bar
Aflsn., and the Florida Bar.
Adath Yeshurun Registration
Registration for nursery and Sun-
day school at Adath Yeshurun Tem-
ple began Ian week. High Holy
day seats are now on sale at the
Temple
Israel under the influence of the
other power bloc.
While the Mi akers did not
deny the right of any Jew to come
in Israel and discuss major issues,
they argued it was improper for a
non-Israeli Jew to come out and
"hcloUc".' Israel 'in the eyes of the
world.
Dr. Goldmann apparently was un-
disturbed by these charges. In his
second address in .leffa he explain-
ed his views ir .i mixture of Vi Idish
and Hebrew to a large audience
Mhuh included many new immi-
grants He was warmlj applauded.
In his third major election effort.
Dr. Goldmann sugg< sted in a full-
page article u iv. an Israeli
daily, that Presi I Nasser of the
limed Arab Republic might be
sold on accepting Israel it Israel
was willing to cooperate in an Arid'
icy,
Among the reactii as to Or. Gold-
mann's entry into Israel's election
Free Eye Clinic
For Students
Coral Way Jewish Center Men'.
I Club this week announced that the,
club is continuing its free Eye Clin-
ic for school cchildren.
Dr. Herbert Seltman. chairman
Of the Eye Clinic project, said he
and his committee members will
be at the Center, 8755 SW 16th St.,
on Aug. 16 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Children from 7 to 17 are eligible
for the free Eye Clinic screening,
and must be accompanied by a I
parent or be given written permis-j
ion to take the test.
campaign was had injected
into the election debate the issue
of an Israel-An I s< ttleme u from
;. p mil of view other than -ne stand-
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insure Israel against Arab attack.
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Ham 3enet (left) and Samuel Reinhard. officers and founders
o! l:; Hebrew Academy, are shown consecrating the site
uuor. -vhich new school will be built with soil from the earth
wheie the Holy Temple in Jerusalem stood. Present at the
ceremonies were the officers and members of the Hebrew
Ac::c.~.y. B. I. Binder is president of the Academy.
Beth Torah Will Start Registration
Betl Toran Congregation. 1051
iNo. .\i :ni Beach blvd., will start
pegistri ion t" the fall term of
lur.M Sunday and Hebrew
Icbool! n Sunday morning.
ivd over 20 years ago, the
tion offers a complete edu-
pro-;rjm from ages 3 to;
the supervision of Rabbi
Orgas
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[cationai
[iti unce
Mux A Lipschiti and Abraham J. j
Ciltels" education director.
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orning weekday nursery
staffed by professional
and stresses a full readi-:
.ram for first grade, l'n-1
direction of Rebecca Kay,
i supervisor, the school of-
sses i! music, rhythm. |
.Is an 1 crafts, and story-1
A completely new play-1
quippei with the latest'
educational outdoor facilities, has
recently been completed.
The Sunday school primary de-
partment emphasizes Bible stories,1
holiday observances, and a special
Hebrew program held one day a
week, "Hebrew Through Fun."
The Hebrew school department-
provides a five-year program lead-
ing to graduation and entrance in-
to Hebrew High School. Bar and
Bas AIM/\ ah training and a pro-
gram of extra-curricular activities
including choir, cantonal study,
Torah reading, and athletics is of-
fered.
l
More than 50 youngsters are
icgistered in the Hebrew High
School and confirmation programs.
and a new post-confirmation class
will meet this year for the first
time.
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Bank Says
Inflation
On the Rise
Continued from Page 1-A
higher than the figure at the end
of 1959. What was especially
noteworthy, the bank asserted,
was that "all the price increases
took place in the second half of
1960, while the first half of that
yar showed a continuation of
the 1959 trend of stability."
The price rise w a s attributed
mainly to "a rise in demand re-
sulting from a higher level of di>-
posable income and an increased
rate of restitution payments, in ad-1
dition, prices were affected by the
general rise in demand in money
terms due to an expansion of the
money supply which was not whol-
ly offset by the increased supply of
goods and services available from
local production and imports."
Prices were also boosted by the
imposition of new or additional gov-
ernment taxes and duties on a
number of products.
"On the whole, the 1960-61 esti-
mates for the Israel development
budget indicated a 25 percent in-
crease in comparison with the
figures of the previous year." the
report said. "This occurred in spite
of the fact that the revenue from
the United States counterpart funds
declined by 40.000,000 (about
$22,000,000) to a total of 160.000.-
000 and that from the counterpart
funds deriving from reparations
payments" declined by another
5.000.000.
The banks said that the main
sources to finance the develop-
ment budget had been expected
to be the sale of debentures to
Israeli investors but a very large
proportion of investments funds
went into the purchase of com-
mon stock.
The bank reported that unilateral
transfers of foreign currency to Is-
rael jumped nearly 20 percent Jo
300.000.000 and that this increase
was due mainly to "the net incre-
ment to restitution payments which
reached the net figure of $98,000.-
000 in I960."
The bank added that this "stream
of personal restitution payments
from Germany was likely to con-
tinue for several years, since it in-
cludes both nonrecurrent pay-
ments and pensions which will con-
tinue to be paid for some years to
come." The report noted that re-
parations payments from West Ger-
many to the Israel Government,
though they increased slightly
during 1960 to $80,000,000. "are ex-
pected to contract drastically dur-
ing the next few years and are due
to cease in 1964-65."
Diplomats Will
Talk at Gathering
By Special Report
WASHINGTON M. Couve de
Murville. Foreign Minister of
France, and Arthur Lourie. Israel
Ambassador to Great Britain, will
address the B'nai B'rith Interna-
tional Council at its annual meet-
ing Aug. 14 to 15 in Paris.
The Council comprises represen-
tatives of B'nai B'rith districts on
four continents. The two-day meet-
ing will review B'nai B'rith activi-
ties in the 39 free world nations
where the 400,000-member organi-
zation operates
American and Canadian delegates
and members of a B'nai B'rith
European survey mission, a group
of 139. will depart for Paris this
weekend by chartered airliner.
Following t h e Council sessions,
they will separate into four mis-
sions to tour B'nai B'rith mstalla-
[ tions and visit Jewish communities
i in various parts of Europe. A fifth
group of 31 will go to Israel as the
first "flying institute of Judaism."
conducted by B'nai B'rith's adult
Jewish education department.


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vJmisti ncrkfian
Friday, August 11. 1961,
LETTER TO THE EDITOR -
Capitalism and Communism Clarified
EDITOR. The Jewish Floridian:
People simply do not understand
in a concise way the issues at stake
in the, idecdagica-r battle beUveen
East and West. A letter below, ad-
dressed t o Nikita Khrushchev,
hopefully explains what the issues
are:
Nikita Khrusncnev
First Secretary, Communist Party
Kremlin. Moscow
Russia
Sir:
In these turbulent times when
every thinking man and woman i
it els the stress and strain of the
galloping disaster that might over-
take civilized humanity, effective
suggestions to avert the catastro-
phe might not lie exclusively in the
hinds of our national leaders and
diplomats.
May I. theretore. as an interested
and perturbed tree citizen of the
United States, without presumption
of authority, humbly submit the fol-
lowing suggestions as a yardstick or
framework for bringing about an
understanding and peace between
your great country and mine.
I
Without belaboring the subject,
permit me to say that the his-
terlc political and military events
since the end of World War II
Have not been conducive to mu-
tual trust. Were you in our place,
and had we evaded understand-
ings and agreements, you too, as
a dedicated, loyal citizen, would
find n justification for trusting
our good willespecially so if we
WORLD-MMOUS BIIOKT
Israel
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openly and categorically declared
; to the world trtar "we are going
; to bury you.''
f -Ir-yeu* reaJly. mean your public
! declarations that you want an am-
I icable and peaceful coexistence
with the capitalistic world, the fol-
1 lowing would be proof of your In*
. tentions to honor that declaration:
First, a reunification of Germany
(to give you assurance against a
resurgent German militarism)
completely demilitarized and un-
der the supervision of a joint mili-
tary committee of the East and Ihe
West on the following conditions:
(a) That you withdraw all your
military forces from Germany, Po-
! land, Roumania, Lithuania. K--
thonia. Czechoslovakia and Hun-
gary.
(bj That free and unhampered
election be held in these countries,
under the supervision of the United
Nations, within one or two years
after the withdrawal of your mili-
tary forces.
(c) Evolve a progressive system
of complete demilitarization by all
nations with inspection to prevent
evasions.
(d1 That you publicly declare, in
During the national leaders conference of State of Israel Bonds
in Israel July 25 to Aug. 3, Israel's Finance Minister Levi Esh-
kol tendered a reception at Jerusalem's King David hotel.
With Eshkol (on left) are Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz (center), vice
president of the Israel Bond Organization, and Jack S. Popick.
of Miami. Other delegates to the conference from Miami, in
addition to Mr. and Mrs. Popick. included Mr. and Mrs. Mau-
rice Revitz, Mr. and Mrs. Abram Fox. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Nash. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dorfman. Mrs. Pauline Salkowitz. Dr.
and Mrs. Nathaniel Soroff. and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wolk.
sincerity, the desire of a peaceful
coexistence with the free world
not as a means of subversionbut
as an open and beneticial policy
for all nations.
When you speak of Capitalism,
you are referring to a system that
has long gone out of existence. If
you examine our ecouomic system
carefully and impartially, you will
find, that .we ara not a CasUtaluUiC:
state in Kail Marx' sense of the,
Iterm. We are.actually much near-
er to the Socialistic concept of state '
than we are to the Capitalistic so-
ciety of Karl Marx' day. We are no
more a Capitalistic country as ex-
isted during Karl Marx" life than
you are a Communist state in ac-1
cordance with Karl Marx" defini-
tion of Com'munism.
Time and only time will deter-
mine which system of society is
best suited for human happiness
and welfare. Contrary to your
public assertion of certainty that
Communism will prevailit is
quite likely that the reverse is
truethat our modified Capital-
istic system will be more con-
ducive to a happy, healthy and
stable society.
It behooves us to remember that
no system is perfect forever; that
an ideal system devised in one cen-
tury might be obsolete, oppressive
and even destructive in the next
century, with different conditions
prevailing. We must have in mind
also that any system administered
by people is subject to be as im-
perfect as the people who adminis-
ter it. Philosophically speaking,
death lies even in the birth of liv-
ing creatures, and every' new sys-
tem has germs of decadence with-
in it unless changed and adjusted
from time to time for the benefit
of the people who live under it.
LEON J. ELL
Miami Beach
Services at Beth [meth
Beth Emeth Congregation wm
not be able to accommodate k,
worshippers for High Holy Da
services at the congregation thii
year. Services will be held instep
at Carpenter Auditorium. 625 M
131st st. Rabbi Max Shapiro w:j
officiate, with Cantor Hyman Fin.
rendering the musical portions u|
:he liturgy.
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Reds Charge Anti-Semitism

Continued from Page 1 A
tical parties which in many capita-
lisl countries are in power They
set up their own trade union, youth,
women's and other organizations
and split ranks of the working class
and all working people. The mo-
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parties and organizations, which
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the working people and their su-
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SAYINGS OF FATHERS
Chap VI: J
He d'ho learns from his fellow a
singh charter, a single rule, a
ttngh verse, a imgl expression, or
even a SinfU letter, ought to pay
mm honor.
* *
Vcr Rubbi Simeon, the son of fudah.
In the name of Rabbi Simeon, the
fin of Tochat. said. beauty
irength, riches, honor, wisdom.
i old ace): a hoary head, and chil-
inn. are comely to the righteous
pii." comrl.v to the tvorld; as it il
Lid. The hoary head is a crown of
llvry. if it be found in the way of
-ghti. tsness, and it savs. The
.lory of young men is their
.trgnt th and ih< adornsieni of old
n .- the houry head; and it
[ ifn unto :he wise u
..,,; ii ,.... Children']
mli .,; uri th< iroun of <>lii m
. en 6i t
n, is said Then
all be i'o
... 1 f. lie Lord i j
. Mount Zn i
. .....I bi f> i hu

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ages i num I
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i his world he
i real fi glory, as it u
I thai i< failed by
I i' >, ,mi 11 f< r my glorv 1 have
! raie have made if; ami it savs. The
Lord ihall reign J<.r f,,CT and ever.
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JZife
Reward and Punishment
As Our Moral Inspirations
By RABBI HERMAN M. COHEN
Rabbi Emeritus Tempi* of Aaron
Congregation, St. Paul, Minn.
3
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J hi 9 LAJe e be n d
Information to be included in the Religious Services column
must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later
than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication-.' "All re-
leases received after that time will be returned as proof of
their lateness.
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever
Friday fi:4'> p.m. Saturday s:ao a.m.
Sermon: "The legitimate Enjoyment
of Life i- n>t a Sin." Klddush hosts:
Mr. and Mrs. Ram riershkowltc In
honor of their daughter's rnai agi
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19tr> ave.
wvi president.
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BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con.
servative Rabbi Ncrman Shapiro.
i-iiiiu. William W. Licsun.

3ETH EL 500 SW 17th ie. Orthodox
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The Sidra of last week (Ekev)
deals primarily with the to"ic of
reward and punishment. Every
theistic religion has such a doc-
trine. The prominent Jewish phil-
osopher. Rabbi Joseph Albo. of the
15th century, taught that reward
and punishment were one of the
'hrre cardinal beliefs of Judaism,
on a par with the belief in the
existence of God and the Divine
authorship Of the Torah. It is the
al conclusion to the belief that
tnjn j? u responsible but free
igent, an ".hut God is all-just.
What dot s Judaism saj about
the natun of reward and punish-
ment? It may I..' summed up in
'he second paragraph of the She
ma, which is found in the Scrip-
ture reading <>f this Sabbath, and
which :s included in our morning
and evening prayers. It says that
if we obey the commandments of God. we shall be rewarded with ma-
terial prosperity, and if we fail to obey these commandments, then
God "will shut up the sky and there will be no rain, and the earth will
not yield its produce."
It is remarkable that Moses, who stressed the spiritual aspects of
God and His thirteen attributes, and who spoke of Israel as a "kingdom TH tfil_ah. 935 Euf'd _ay_e._ _Or
of priests and a holy nation," should at the same time define reward
GEMS OF WISDOM
Dc-puir iv the conclusion of fools
DISRAH 1
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1,1 despair o(
HEINE.
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Ti bt disheartened b> vicissitude*
ral. but in be des
pondi al th< attacJ; of j humai
;, ;. utlll I0SEPH1 S
The uvorsi poison
ite's own power
RABBI HERMAN COHEN
. wholesome development
BETH EMETH. 12?'0 NW ?"-d *ve
Ccrnrrvat've. Rabbi Max Shapiro.
Cantor Hyman Fein.
1 Ida) S" '"' 1 ai e
Thnmii h Kiluratlon Sal ird 1 a m
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dETH 'SRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Or-
thodox Rabbi H. uouis Rottman.
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8ETH JACUH. 301-311 Waxhinpton
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tiber Stern,
banter Maurice Varnche^
i ... !0 |. ir Sal rdi >
S. 1 mull Hi. Ri ;i-" n ..1 Israel
BETH KODESH. 11551 Quail Roost dr
Rabbi Harold Richter.
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BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave
Orthodox. Julius Saperc, president.
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackoviky
and punishment in terms of the physical and the material. Our only beth "JPRAH.^ieatn at. *, i]h
answer is that he felt that the people of his day lacked the capacity of : JJSJitt; "cVnto'r VBen-zion' Kirschen-
rising to the great heights which a spiritual concept of reward and baum.
punishment implies. We are told that Moses instituted animal sacri
fices for the same reason.
What should be our belief with regard to reward and punishment?
CONGREGATION ETZ CHA1M. 1544
Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strassfeld.
MpiQOQ ni3ixn .on1?
i3Dj?n o^in mo? .bib
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ihfiSlATION -
The best policy is to follow the advice of Antigonos in the Ethics of the coral way
Fathers, that neither the promise of reward, nor the fear of punish-
ment, should motivate us to lead the good life. Our greatest reward
for doing good lies in the wholesome development of our personality,
and the most severe punishment for doing wrong results in the disinte-
gration of our personality. The reward is not one of material benefit,
but of further opportunity for living a virtuous life. Instead of fear of
punishment, we should concentrate on disciplining ourselves, so as
to avoid wrong-doing.
If, however, we are M constituted that we require a belief in a
inore tangible reward and punishment as a stimulation for leading a
virtuous life, then we should cultivate a belief in the equitable dispen-
sation of reward and punishment and in its certainty, even if it is be- flagler-granada. 50 nw 5ist
yond the span of our lifetime. For God is just and upright. Obedience j ^.^^VTa'rVy L^Uy0'"'"
of God's laws may not always bring rain, abundant crops, good health | h riday 6;i0 ,, m. Saturday a.m. Bar
and prosperity, but it will intensify our faith in God and our love for vi.
Him whose blessings we enjoy even before we merit them. His re-
wards anticipate our good deeds.
CENTER.
St.. Miami. Rabbi Sam-
uel April. Cantor Gershon Levin.
Friday fi:4?i p.m. Saturday ; a.m. Ser-
mon: "Life May Be l.'Vraihah- for"
a Blessing." Bar BnltSVaTi: Bruce, son
of Mr. and Mis. Irvrln Brrnm-r.
DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
?Yida, S:.t0 p.m. Sermon: "Klnl
Preparing to Meet Our Cod." Satur-
day 9 a.m. Sermon: "Portion of the
W-.k." Bar Mitzvah: 1>>uN, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Vivinherit.
Mis Harold Slrumpf.
een Gold Grows in the Negev
rioulcl you ever arrive in the
t'V, you will see in long row;
th ireen a^ave bushes which re
cs n their outer form the cac
tu oi tropical countries. But
th -c bushes do not grow wild
T lands of Israeli farmers take
e of them. The agaves need
e attention and grow where no
ultural plant can succeed ir
\\ S wing. The small amount of rain
tl t falls in this region (100 mm.
P< :.nnum) is sufficient to sustain
tl plant.
'jblished by Brit Ivrit Olamit)
Mt'iv of the precepts apply only
certain individuals., places and
brcumstances. It is only tvhen all
fiifs urt toRrthir as a community
'at the whole Torah can be ful
U-led. j. EPSTEIN.
c
U
a
g
Is it permissible to use the same
dish-washing machine for both
meat and dairy dishes?
In 1948, the Halachah Commis-
sion of the Rabbinical Council of
America (printed in the proceed-
ngs of the 12th annual convention,
>. 511 wrote an opinion that it would
be permissible to do so provided
hat the dish-washer is run through
j complete cycle with nothing in
t, between the washing of the meat
nd dairy dishes.
Some authorities require sepa-
ate dish racks for each of the two
vpes of dishes. In all fairness it j
nould be stated that some authori-
:es exercise the extreme point of
1 UtlltlCIIIII

This page is prepared m co-
r operation with the Spiritual Lead-
i t cs of the Greater Miami Rubbin-
cal Assn.
RABlll MAX A. UPSCHITZ
Cooidinator
Contributor.
RABhl SOLOMON SCHIrF
G'enu oj Wisdom
H....l.uWliuUllttllllOlltt
proving the truth of the Bible.
Is this so ?
ishwasher to be used for both
neat and dairy dishes.

s it permissible to use the same
Corning Glass Pots for cooking
both meat and dairy dishes?
Basically, it should be understood
iew and do not allow the same nat the Bible is not subject to proof
>r disproof. Those who believe :n
ts divine origin need no proof.
Those who do not will never be j
convinced by proof. Prof. Nelson j
Glueck. one of the foremost Bibli
cal archeologists wrote that no one
r I can prove the Bible lor it is pri-
On thi? matter there is muc-n 01. mari,v a theological document.
1 universal agreement that tins,
nay not be done. Whatever lenien-) what can be said, however, is
y is applicable to glassware under ; th.at in recent years many archeolo-
ertain circumstances, refers only | glca\ discoveries have confirmed
0 dishes or utensils which are used
.or cold foods and not for those
hich are employed for hot foods.
pecially boiling and frying "ten-
;ils.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th St. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross.
HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON-
GREGATION. 1150 W. 68th st., Hia-
leah.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi
Dav'd Shapiro. Cantor Yehuda!"
Heilbraun.
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ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Self.
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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
----- ----
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins ave. Cantor S. Nachmias.
Saturday'8:30 a.m. Sermon; "Remem-
'r Pol t: I Not."
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OUTHWEST CENTER M38 SW 8tf
st. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
" da) 6:30 p.m. Saturda) '.' a.m. Bet
non: '"P< rtlon > tl"- Wi k Ji ffT' >
Cam, Junior cantor, ... conduct thi
. 1 \ 11 > *.
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1021
NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Max Zucker.
,-'i iclax B SO p.m.
"EMP_E T>-. AM. MM N. Kendac
dr., S Miami. Reform RaDhi Herber'
Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner.

TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jatfe.
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TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Sumland
Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
structionist. Rabbi Morns Skop.
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
: Ida) 8:13 p hi Sermi n 1 "Tan pit .
Synagogue, Shule is there \n>
Dlfferenci "' baturda) 10:80 a.m, Mr
mil Mrs. Donald Kohner will i"-i
meg Shabbal 1 nd Kidduah In honor
.I 1 amlng of newborn son.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM cf Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative
i-1 Ida) v p hi Saturda) 9 m.
situations, locations and incidents
mentioned in the Bible, which some
critics had previously contended to
be untrue or impossible. A most
fascinating description of these
finds is the recent work called f ^^*X,X
Thr. has been a great deal of men-1 "Biblical Archeology." by George Cantor Oavio conv.se'
1 L .^ tion made to the effect that the | hrnest wngm, 01 narvaru univcr ajowtta,
findings of archeologists f sity. dlrectoi Southeast Council L'nti 1 a|
r. u hen the I 1-
id his net k. man must no
ceasi ii r
! M Ml 11
*
Despan h befori
. 'i I Ji: WOt
all was darkness upon the foci
../ the deep. 11 Mir; hayyim

\ ,,' L .ii ipair.
I II'KIN
*
\ci ( despair because "f yottr
sins. CountcrbaUmcf thim now tvith
m.:n\ good deeds
MIDRASH 1 nil ^M
* *
"Ho matter how you turn thi
mud of despair, it remains mud.
nahman bratzlav
1
tmericpn H < b 1- e w Congregations;
KUtst cantor, William Hoyal.
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Harry
l Lawrence.
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TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washlne-
ten ave Conservative. Rabbi Irvirtsj
Lehman. Cantor Htrech Adler.
TEMPLE iSBac. '17 NE Itth at.
Reform. Rsbb' Joseph R. Maret.
Cantor Jacob Bernstein.
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet.
Friday s:i"> p.m. Sermon: "A Bteaaing
anil .1 Curae." Candle blessing for
Michelle Holly, new daughter of Mr.
anil Mrs. Marvin Hosen. Oneg Shab-
bat hosts: Mr. and Mrs. Bdward
Holly, grandparents of Michelle.
TEMPLE MENORAH. 020 75th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owlti. Cantor Edward Klein.
Saturday 9 am. Sermon: "A Portion
Of the Law." Kabbi l;. nn.. Wallaeh
i.f Temple Sln.il Is guest spiritual
leader In absence of Kabbi Abram-
. Its,
TEMPLE NER TAMID. BOth at. ana)
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can*
tor Samuel Gombero.
---- -----
TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100
NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno
M. Wallach.
Friday 9:15 p.m. Sermon: "What
Will Last?"
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. tSI
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Leo Heim.
i-riiia.s 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "Resuming
Our Sacred Tasks In a Happy Re-
union.' baturday 9 a.m. Bar Mlts-
VI I. \:ii..ld. son ..f Mr. and Mrs
Harr) Simon.
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TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave.
Conservative. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz.
1 Ida) 6 p.m. Saturday *:V. a.m.
Frlda) 6 p.m Saturda) 8:45 a.m.
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb.
e------
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Can-
tor Albert Giants.
Friday >::(" p.m. Sermon. "Doing that
w h h Rli-hi in 1 hir Own Eyes '
Oneg Shabbal hoat: Blaterhood. Sat-
Hl'tib) '"1 BarmoO: N-w. Month
of Mi ditatlon."
YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
Stelnmets, Cantor Maurice Neu.
i- da) 8:15 p tn. Saturday 8 a m Bar
Mitsvah Steven, son "i Mr and Mrs,
Jerrj Ashman.

VOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171st et
OrtnoCix. Raobi Sherwin Stauber.
CANDUUGHTING TIME
29 Ab 6:45 p.m.
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Friday, August 11, 1961
United Nations Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON
Value of United Nations Emergency Force to Mid East Peace
United Nations
iaihen the next Genera) As-
" scmbly convenes on Sept. 19,
lit will face an agenda which, as
lit stands provisionally, includes 77
I items, and further items will be added before
|ihe opening gavel is rapped. There
_ s also little doubt that many of the
items will result in further frustrations, leading some
people to speak more and more about the futility"
of the United Nations, about the interminable talk-
talk that, too often, resolves no problems. But on
the agenda, too. are other items that point up the
UN's effectiveness. One of these items deals with
the United Nations EmergencyUNEF.
UNEF costs, in money, only about $20,000,000 a
year. UNEF's ">.000-odd soldiers stand on guard at
Sharmel-Sheikh. on the shore of the Gulf of Akabah.
seeina to it that Israeli shipping uses that Gulf with-
out Arab molestation. Without UNEF'S post_ there.
Israel's flourishing harbor at Eilat would be nothing
but .i little water hole on the edge of a desert. And
UNEF watches the borders along the Gaza Strip.
Without UNEF, Israel would be subjected again to
raids by fedayeen. those terrorist sabateurs trained
!> Nasser for one purposeto spread terror inside
Israel.
If the United Nations did nothing else all of next
year, its maintenance of UNEF would be worth all
the co.-ts. in money, men and political tensions, cen-
tered at the United Nations headquarters. The birth
of UNEF is worth recalling from time to time.

Dawn was breaking over the East River, on No-
vember 2. 1956. when Lester B. Pearson, then Cana-
da's Minister for External Affairs, mounted the podi-
um of the General Assembly, convened lor its first
emergency special session. The Assembly had con-
vened the previous afternoon, at 5 p.m. Now. after
nearly 12 hours of continuous debate Mr. Pearson
delivered a fiery speech. He had a proposal.
Pearson had had lunch, the previous day, on the
"8th floor, in the Secretary-General's office, with
Secretary General Dag Hammarskjoid and the lat-
ler's executive assistant, Andrew W. Cordier. He
had brought a new idea which he tried out on them.
Hammarskjoid called in Dr. Ralph J. Bunche. As
the former mediator between Israel and the Arab
states, the man who brought about the four armis-
tice agreements in 1949. Bunche was the Organiza-
tion's foremost expert on the Israeli-Arab disputes.
Hammarskjoid, Cordier and Bunche agreed with
Pearson's idea. So. at dawn on Nov. 2. Pearson told
the Assembly he would like to see embodied in a
resolution a provision authorizing t h e Secretary-
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN
For Reading
At All Levels
Overseas Newsletter: By ELIAHU SALPETER
Near the Trial's End
Jerusalem
IN THE MORE than three months that
have passed since the Eiehmann
trial began, the Court and its proceedings
have become a permanent fixture in the
life of Jerusalem. It is a must for every
tourist from abroad. It is an obligatory
sight-seeing spot for Israelis from other
parts of the country and. tor the journa-
lists, local and foreign, it seems as if there has always been
an Eiehmann trial five days a week.
By now. the trial is entering its sixth phase. The first
was the opening speech of the attorney general and the
cpening reply of the defense counsel. The second, the most
horrible one. was the appearance of 112 witnesses who de-
s> nfied. mostly from their own experience, the Nazi in-
ic-rno. This phase culminate.1 in the showing of documen-
tary filrrts. most of which were taken by the Nazis them-
Ives during the very process of the mass murders; the
11 si were taken by the Allied forces upon the liberation of
the death camps. Then came the third phase, when Eieh-
mann took the stand as witness in his own defense.
First, he was questioned by his counsel. Dr. Robert
Servatius, who led him through several hundred of the
approximately 1.200 documents submitted by the prosecu-
tion. Eiehmann. with the ability of a super-bureaucrat,
succeeded to speak for ten or even fifteen mmutcs about
a single "x" mark or about why a date or a letter is in
handwriting instead of in typewritten always using as
proof his claim that somebody else, his superior or his
subordinate was responsibleand not he himself.
But the real tough time for Eiehmann began when
Attorney General Hausner started the cross-examination.
Initially, to the considerable dismay of most of the obser-
vers, it seemed that Eiehmann was keeping even, if not
E?ininfc the upper hand. Hausner was carried away with
the dramatics of his role, evidently paying more attention
to the impression made by him on the audience than on the
judges, while Eiehmann stuck to his bureaucratics and had
an answer to many of the damaging documents.
' ever, on the third day, Hausner desisted from the
and became a hard-hitting and persistent prose-
cutor following th< scent of a likely self-contradiction on
Eichmann's pan llki a top-grade hunting dog. Under this
i tless cross-examination, Eiehmann had to admit some
of the mo-: dan aging facts. He had admitted a) the very
l i t lining that he is guilty "from a human point" of com-
plicity in the murder of millions of Jews, but claimed that
b" was not legal]} responsible since he only carried out
orders
Later, however he said that he justified the sentences
meted out by the Nuremberg Tribunals on the top Nail
criminals, because they were the men who gave the orders,
whereas he himself only received orders. But Hausner
showed that it was only a question of the step on the latter:
Kaltenbrunner received his orders from Hitler, and passed
them on to Mueller and Eiehmann; Eiehmann received his
orders from Kaltenbrunner and Mueller, and passed them
on to"his subordinates, who then implemented the deporta-
tions to the death camps.
Another most damaging admission elicited from Eieh-
mann was that he knew that the "final solution" meant
physical extermination, and that its implementation had '
already begun, when he did all within his power to prevent
the emigration of Jews from Germany or German-occu-
pied territories
NACHMAN SYRKIN: Socialist Zionist. A Biograph-
ical Memoir and Selected Essays. By Marie
Syrkin. 332 pp. New York: The Heril Press,
515 Park Ave. $5.00.
ykfRITTEN WITH AN informal charm. Marie Syr
" kin's memoir of her famous father will com
mend itself to many readers. In his several aspects
as ideological founder of Socialist Zionism, found-
er of the Russian Jewish Students' Society at Berlin
University, and as one of the founders of the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress she manages to evoke the
intensity of his personality with strong realism. One
sees not only Syrkin. the intellectual theoretician, the
first to synthesize socialism and Zionism, but also
the stubborn, impassioned man beneath.
"As a small child." she writes. "I used to ask
him since I was sure that he loved me more than
anything in the world hypothetical questions dear
to children One of the questions tells a good
deal about the man questioned: if you had to choose
between me and the Jewish people which would you
choose?" Those had been the two poles of love in
my father's life as I perceived them at the age of
seven, and he would answer, kissing me. 'the Jewish
people'."
Some of the essays in the book appear for the
first time in full English translation. Among them
is "The Socialist Jewish State. called "one of the
j seminal tracts of Jewish national thought Miss
Syrkin, who won wide acclaim in 1944 for her study
of the American public school system, is also the
author of -Blessed Is the Match." a chronical of
Jewish resistance under the Nazis, and of a biog-
raphy of Golda Meir. "Way of Valor." She is pres-
ently on the faculty of Brandeis University, and
editor of "Jewish Frontier." the Labor Zionist
monthly.
t *
THE SCHOLAR FIGHTER. The Story of Saadia
Gaon. By Libby M. Klaperman. 178 pp. New
York: Farrar, Straus and Cudahy Covenant
Books; Jewish Publication Society. $2.95.
Libby Klaperman's biography for young people
of the magnificent scholar, Saadia Gaon ben Joseph,
is written with great warmth and skill. The author
has combined tenth century history with her portrait
of the spiritual genius, and woven in several threads
of the kind of adventure and suspense so dear to
young readers. This book, number thirteen in the
Covenant Books series of Jewish leaders, is one of
the best-written.
j
Between You and Me:
BORIS SM0LAR
General "to begin to make arrangements with mem-
ber governments for a United Nations force, large
enough to keep these borders (between Egypt and
Israel) at peace while a political settlement is being
worked out."
The Pearson proposal electrified the Assembly.
The delegates adopted the proposal and gave iiam-
marskjold 48 hours to work out a plan to put the
proposal into effect.
Twenty-fours hours later, four men sat at a coun-
ter at an all-nignt hamburger joint a block from the
'.rued Nations. The men were Hammarskjoid. Cor-
dier. Bunche and William Ranallo-Hammarskjol I'g
personal bodyguard. There, over hamburgers and
lotfee. the UNEF plan was not only nailed down;
the intricate logistics for putting such a force into
the fieldwith everything from guns, supplie-. food
and even the cloth, blue-white UN idcniffc-ation hel-
metswere finalized Hammarskjoid delivered his
report to the Assembly not in 48 hours as ordered,
I ut ;n :tt> hours. Within two weeks UNEF w as on
., eatioii. in Egypt.
What would happen if UNEF were not on guard?
Israel would be thrown back to the days before the
fi.il of 1956. when death, sabotage and terroristic acts
were daily and nightly occurrences. Russia would
be handed another trouble spot to exploit. The Mid-
dle East would explodefirst in its own area, then
likely the poison of war would spread throughout
.one.
Observers here, always concerned about the
readiness of some people to brand the UN as totally
ineffective, point to the dramatic birth of UNEF
ard to its continuance, as an object lesson in the
real meaning of the United Nations.
i
Panorama:
By DAVtD SCHWARTZ
Bell and Emil Berliner
~\ "JELL TELEPHONE stock is one of the
* blue chips. If you've had a chunk
.f it in recent years, you must be pretty
ell off The total capitalization ot tb
ompany runs into astronomical figures,
This is the story of a man who asked
or about one-third of the total capital -
nd who was entitled to italthough he
iever gol it.
I
young boy. son of a father who knew his Talmud vei\
by all accounts, came to the United States around 187*
A
well bj ..
"hen Grant was President. His name was Emil Berlin; I
When he got to America, he added an E to Emil. making it
Emile. He thought that this would Americanise his name,
He worked for a drygOOda house, selling and later -
a bookkeeper. Unlike his father, he didn't seem very
h interested in the Talmud, but he used to sit around
the library of Cooper Union reading scientific and engll
inp works. While working for the drygoods shop, he I v a little laboratory, where he experimented. He wanted
to be an inventor.
Everybody knows Alexander Graham Bell invented
the telephone. You've read about him and have -pen
moving pictures about him. He was a great man. But
the telephone Bell invented was not a very practical thing.
11 transmitted sound all right it fairly reeked with sound,
but you had to be very alert, to make out what the wordfj
were. Bell had made a good transmitter, but the receive!
was woefully inadequate. It was Emile Berliner, who sup
plied the missing link.
A company was formed to exploit the Bell telephone
Berliner wrote them about his invention. A study WU
made of it. and it was agreed that the Berliner invention
was just the thing needed to make the telephone a feasibk
thing.
"How much do you want for it?" Berliner was askec
He asked for something like $4,000.
"Hew can we give you that much?" was the answer
The total capital of the company, he was told, was onlr
$12.000.
Berliner took less.
UAR Envoy Challenges UN to Show of Courage
W'TH THE UNITED Nations General
Assembly only two weeks away,
Arab intrigues in Washington against Is-
rael are being intensified. Their aim is
to pressure the United States Govern-
ment into supporting the Arab demands
against Israel at the Assembly session.
Especially, the demand that property
left in Israel by Palestine Arab refugees m
should be placed under United Nations custodianship.
At present this property is under the custody of a spe-
cial body set up by the Israel Government to administer it
m accordance with the international custom followed by
any country for enemy alien property. Opening the drive
in Washington was none other than the Ambassador of the
United Arab Republic. Dr. Mostaga Kamel. He provoca-
tively dared the United States to show "courage" at the
UN and support the Arab demands against Israel there
He implied that the U.S. would probably not shov su
because he asserted, "Israel and her Zionn
11 the United States have injected their positio
eply intp local politics." In another argun ni
erted that the United States is "the main benefactor''
l I. Talking from the other side of his month, K
indicated that he sees the Washington administration no-
coming around" to see Nasser's point of view.
However, he failed to state whether this would indue
his boss Nasser to become less pro-Soviet. Inste.id, Ik
spoke of "positive neutralism" towards Russia, implying
that Nasser was ready to take whatever he could from bofl
Riu-sia and the United States. O, yes! the Arab ambassi
c or had also something "wise" to say to leaders of Amcr
can Jewry, "it is time." he said, "that the leaders of th
American Jewish community should persuade' Israeli*
Premier David Gen-Gurion to give up his "re-ingatherinf
Jlan. '


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7 28, \ 1-11-18
J,N_f HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVE .TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOFIDA IN AND FOR DADE
CO^NTf. Il\ CHANCERY,
No. 6IC 7724
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FLOR'DA IN AND FOR OADE
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a hose ... i i 'i F.oor :it 101
East Flagler Street, Miami S2, Flor-
ida, ,,n or before -.i 1 date .,- re-
quired h' the Laws >( Florida. If
you fall to i i -' he complaint will
be taken is confe8ed l>) iu and a
i .. ,.. pi ....' ... m III be entered
against you for the relief demanded
in the compla::,i.
DATED this 2nd las of Aug isl 1961
E. B L-EATHERMAN
. ", .. if the lit Co
Dade I iunt Hoi
Heal) Hy H BLEN KESS1J5R
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DAVID I" VTSMAN
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Miami 32 I 'i icida
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NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the ui i r> .. lealrlng to engage In
i fli iu> ii ime "i
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I County, Florida intends t reglatei
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cuit Dade Count), Floi Ida
MARTA PEREZ,
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NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
th.- undersigned lealrlng to engage In
'. i-.ii .-. the ii. titlous names of
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(2) Marl lalo tale 'o
(3) Marl Screen Co
iii Marty's Sci n w .n low 'o.
i .i Mart) s Wind >w I' i
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at 1641 s W is- Street Intenda t
i.-i. r said names with the Clerk
Circuit 'ourt >r Dude I 'ount) FI
VV ALTER T I.i MIHNKY.
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7 28, H 1-11-18
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Nt ITH "K IS HEREB i ID S I
!. lesirin : in
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i la Intend to register with
the OU Circuit lurt
, "ount *. FI ii.i i
J< iSEPH i: STEIN
E s STEIN
MARSHALL I ST
LEWIS U Ol IRF1NL
Mi irris a ii :r rzi in
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IN THE CRCUIT COUPT.
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
DADE COUNTY. FLOR OA
CASE NO 61C 413o
DELIA M SI A
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for .ii' m. wit of the
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August 22, 161 o '-
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the Clerk of the Ci i Court Dade
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S lie Owner
7 28, 8 (-I1-1S
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOIC'AL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 81C }
ROBERT A PULCHER,
Plaintiff,
SHIRLEY \nn FUtCHER,
I >efendanl.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
li shiki.ky \ \s Ft'LCHER
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Eaat Rlverdale, Maryland
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
i Complaint for Divorce has been
filed ilnal yo i hj ROBER r A
FtrfjCHER, and therefore, yon are
i. iulred in fii your Anaw r with
the Clerk of the above Court and
serve .i copy thereof upon ALFRED
KREI8LER, Attorne) for Plaintiff,
ROO Alnaley Building. Miami 22, Flor-
ida, on or before '.iie ",th day of Sep-
tember, 1961. otherwise a Decree Pro
Confeaao iii he entered agalnal you,
Dated thla nth da) i July, 1.-61.
D. B. LEATHERMAN, clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
is.-ih B K M. l.YMAN
DepUtJ ru rk
8/4-tl-lS-2r
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 7857
AI.THEA WILLIAMS,
PI .. III!''.
\ s.
JESSIE vv P : wi-
ll. : I ,
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
l'i JESSIE V\ IL.LIAMS
Rei I inknown
I : JESSIE WILLIAMS are heTeh}
.. 1 thai 1 Compluinl for
Dim 1, k 1111 -1 >.. 11,
in.! you are requlri
..i ^.. \ 1 -.. Pleading to I he
Bill of Complaint .1 the plalnl
Attorney, BEN ESSEN ESy
Seybol 1 Bl Ig Miami, Fla ind file
11.....rig nal Answer or Pleading in
Hi, oft Cli rk of the 1 'li 1 nil
Court on or before the 28th da) "i
August, 1961 if 1 '> t:ni to do s...
judgn 1 ilt w "I be taken
r, lief demanded
in the Bill if 1 "omp'alnt
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each 'ek I ir four consecutive week*
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DONE AND ORDERED .it Miami,
Florida, thi.s 2Uh da) "f July, A.D
1961,
K. !f. LEATHERMAN. Cl.-rk.
Circuit Court. D.ide County, Florida
(seal) B) K M l.YMAN.
I >eput) Clerk
BEN ESSEN
Attorne) for 1'laintiff
7 28, 8 4-ll-ls
NOTICE UNDER
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Notice IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, dealring to engage In
business under thi- fictitious name "t
PETERSON 8 STEAK PLACE at 7140
S.W. Sth St.. Miami. Fla Intends t"
- said name with the i'li-rk f
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
7100, INC. (a Fla. Corp 1
Aide Owner
KESSl.l'l'. OARS
Attorneys for Applicant
1992 s VV Lst Street
x 11 15 I
NOTICE UNDER
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NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the underslaned lesirlng engag, in
buslm -.- 11 ler fictitli na me of
s. 'ITH BAY B< 'ATS it i 10 S Bay-
shore Drive, Miami, Plorlda Intend t..
register .-.. i.i nnme will k of
. Ilrcu Court : I>ad 1 int>.
Florida.
Jl (SEI'H B HERM vnn
ANNE E HERMANN ill a If, I
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KESSI 1:1: ( v ':s
Attorne)s :: Applli ants
1998 s ^V 1st Street
, 21 : 9 1-11
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
N'< ITU '''. IS HE IBI
I
Statutes Vm 1 ''
1 h'lusemen .'; ; Wai te,
wherein ACE-R.B VAN LINES, IN<
1 ........1 : i' .
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the folhiw Inn
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if M p. H s. 176 Oiralda
\ \ enue, 1 'ra G I that
n thi -' I dur
Ing the egal hour* 1
bet 11 1 1 IH) for, and 2:00 In the
.1 ti -11.11 m, it 2 N v Mtl V\
Ml nn.. Floi e undi 1
offer for
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prop, 11 \. 1- the rt) il Mrs 1'.
II ,';i mpoui 1- 176 I 1 ;.i Avenue,
Coral labl, -. 1
I tated i" Mian FI irlda list
da) "i Jul
ACE-R.B \ VN 1 INKS IN '
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NOTICE IS HEREBY (III EN
ih.- undi rslgned lesirlng to engage In
business 1 ler he ftctttlou
DDLAN'S PAVBRN al 5782 S.W Sth
su eet, M111 t 1., intend tu igistei
sni.i name ivlth the C Clr-
, nit '..... 1 '.....ity, FI irlda,
HARRY DOLAN
V ikiu.MA h nol.AN ils wife)
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Attorne) n for v '
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7 .' I .' -. ^ 1-11
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NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undei slgni d. desll mg .^-i- in
iiusiii, .-s undei
DPI'I iLTl'NITY T'
:;:: Ter Mlai
register said nai 1
the "In ul
Floi 1.1.1
TED vi
fic-tltl '
lURS it 834 S.W
ndi to
with thi 1 ol
:ck
7 ii .-
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NOTICE UNDER
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NOTICE RIIB1 S thai
the undersign, en "! In
business
OABLES TELEPHONE ANSVt RRINO
si:i:v ICE Vlha Ircle,
1 'oral ;.i -. 1 irl la In ml* to reg-
ister sal I nai k ot
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NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undei --. gage In
buslm s- under 1 he fictii im >i
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NOTICE Itf HEREBY OP "
the undersign, d. desl I 1
business und..... 1
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VJmisii noridian
Friday. August 11.
The Good
Life
By MAX LERNER
Detroit Judge Postpones Court Ordei
Khrushchev's new party manifesto is a clever and brilliant propa-
ganda document. It promises peace on earth today and jam in the Com- J
munist heaven tomorrow. It reassures the Russian people in their JUtm
over the war danger. It lortilies the unilateralists in their conviction
that it is only the free world's leaders who are digging humanity's grave. |
It offers a blueprint for a Commmunist golden age which will feed
the dreams of millenialists inside and outside the Communist regime.,
It invokes the idea of the good life in concrete terms for those who yearn
for security.
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PROMISES, OF COURSE, are cheap and easy to make, especially
since the world 20 years from now may be either too busy to remember
or too devasted to care about checking up on them.
Even today, it is only the announcement of the new party program ;
which has brushed the dust of history' away from the last one. adopted |
at the Eighth Party Congress in December, 1919. (For a convenient
summary, see John S. Reshetar Jr.. "A Concise History of the Commu
nist Party of the Soviet Union." published by Praeger.)
Lenin was in charge in those days. He explained war by his favorite
theorv of imperialism. Khrushchev today still flays the ghosts ol the
old imperialist powers, and creates a new ghost in order to attack the
Americans. Actually, the real danger of war today comes rom the
expansive thrust of the Communist imperialisms of Russia and China,
which Lenin could not have foreseen.
Despite Lenin's appeal to the new Asian revolutions of the times, he
could not have guessed that the chief hopes of world communism in 1961
would lie not in Europe but in stirring up nationalist revolutions in Atr.
CI and Latin America, and that the chief problem of his successors
would lie in quenching their nationalist tevor.
_^_ _ IN ONE CRUCIAL RESPECT, Khrushchev now reverses Lenin s
1919 doctrine "The existence of the Soviet Republic side by side with
niiperalist states for a protracted period of time is unthinkable," Lenin
told the Eighth Congress. "In the end. one or the other will be victori-
ous. Until that end is at hand, a series of most frightful clashes between i
the Soviet Republic and the bourgeois state; is inevitable."
In place of that inevitability" still urged by the Chinese. Khrush
chev now promises "coexistence." The nuclear weapons have made a
general war unthinkable, although not impossible. Hence, the Khrush j
chev doctrine is the only possible one if world suicide is to be avoided ;
Yet it does not prevent him from creating a crisis over Berlin and cast-
ing the shadow of nuclear war upon the world. Nor will it prevent him,
in~pursuit of the Communist grand design, from creating similar crises j
in the future.
Lenin talked of liberating Soviet women from "obsolete domestic
housekeeping," but the Soviet women today carries the doubled drud-
gery of factory and kitchen, and Khrushchev must repeat Lenin 'a
promise of communal dining rooms in the years ahead.
Lenin promised that the control of the national economy would be
in the hands of the workers, yet today worker control of industry is a
dream betrayed in Russia, and exists only in Yugoslavia, where it is
attacked now by Khrushchev as a "revisionist" heresy.
Lenin promised to destroy money-accounting and abolish money,
but that dream has also vanished. He promised uncongested housmg.
but Russian living quarters today are a nightmare of crowding, and
Khrushchev now speaks of free housing in the future Lenin promised
a six-hour day, and Khruschev now parlays the promise into an even
bolder one for 1980.
ft ft ft
IT WOULD BE EASY to go on with this contrast between promise
and reality. The reality in Russia and China today is a party-dominated
society run by a small ruling elite which enforces not only its own power
but its own version of the party-line truth. Khrushchev still tries to
keep alive the myth of a Communist future in which each man will work
according to his ability and receive according to his needs. He has now
pushed its fulfillment to 1980. Yet the grim reality today is mass vation in China, food shortages in Russia and East Germany, a cumber-
some machinery for planning ind distributing farm products, and a race
between a reluctant sullen peasantry and increasing food needs on the
part of an increasing population.
ft -ft ft-
THE IWW USED TO sing derisively about capitalist pie-in-the-sky.
The promise of pie-in-the-sky in a golden age safely in the future is now :
a Communist promise
Yet the free world cannot be complacent about it. For several years
a number of American leaders have been wrestling with the concept of
"national purpose." and have come up with little more than empty ab-
stractions. One thing to be said for Khrushchev's party program is that i
it presents the Russian national purpose with a vivid concreteness. Many !
of its promises are dreams, some are hypocrisies and takes, yet some ]
will also be achieved. I wonder whether the American Congressmen
Who blocked the education bill, and the newspapers which called lor a '
reduction of welfare expenditures in order to buy more arms, under-
stand that they are giving Khrushchev a clear field without much com-
petition.
The real race in the world today is a race to deliver the good life to
as many people as possible, both in developed and undeveloped nations.
It is a race between communism and welfare democracy. Khrush-
chev has posted his bets on that race. That is the meaning cf his new
party program.
DETROIT (JTA) A Detroit
circuit court judge has postponed
tor a month hearings on a bid tor
a court order to restrain officials
,>t the Detroit Jewish Community
Center from providing programs on
he Sabbath.
Credit for the postponement was
.-(aimed b> the committee for the
Center Sabbath closing, which is
eaded by Morns Brandwine, De-
'roit Jewish communal leader, and
which includes Jcseph Hotzman.
who is active in national United!
Jewish Appeal work.
Circuit Judge Thomas J. Murphy
initially refused to grant the tern-;
porary restraining order asked by
Ben Wrotslavsky and ordered both
sides to submit bnefs. He alsoi
urged the plaintiff to withdraw the
plea and to submit the case to a
Jewish conciliation commission.
Brandwine said that Wrotslavsky
agreed to ask Judge Murphy for
the postponement so that the con-
tending factions might work out a
solution to the dispute privately.
At the same time, Brandwne
said thit the request to the plain-
tiff did not mean that the com-
mittee had altered its determina-
tion to seek not only a halt to pro-
grams on the Sabbath in the Can-
ter, but also to have the Center
closed on that day. After a
lengthy debate, the Center was
ooered on Saturdays several
months ago to permit cultural
activities for children. The later
dispute developed over a deci-
sion by the Center board to al-
low use of some health facilities
on the Sabbath.
Plans also were pushed to com-
plete naming of a committee of 50
Jewish leaders to meet with the
executive committee of the De-
troit Jewish Welfare Federation.
which provides an annual grant to
the Center to meet its deficit.
The Detroit Jewish News has
urged in a front page editorial that
every effort be made to end the
dispute outside of the courts and
to end the "threat" to the unity of
the Detroit Jewish community
"It la not the public hearing that
will be held in the court room of
Circuit Court Judge Thomas J.
Murphy that matters." the Jew-
ish News said. "Nor is it even the
major issue involving the Sabbat;
I that is at stake at the moment. Ol
community should be concern*
; at this time about the threat to ;
unity, the danger that lurks that a
sound and a solid kehillah. the well
. organized social organism known
as Detroit Jewry, may be disrupted
as a result of an inner conflict out
ill which have arisen two warring
| factions whose leaders are unwill-
ing to come to terms through me?!-
I iation. by way of reasonable com
promise."
Secret U.S. Effort Bared
Continued from Page 1-A
press here revealed for the first
time that the official was Dep-
uty Secretary Anderson, and that
he arrived in Israel shortly be-
fore the 19S6 Suex campaign. In
line with the requests for abso-
lute secrecy asked by the White -
House, only three people knew
about his arrival and his mis-
sion. They were Mr. Ben-Gurion,
his political secretary, Mr. Na-
von, and Mrs. Golda Meir, Is-
rael's Foreign Minister.
The American mediator was
; housed ir. a secluded villa in Je-
rusalem whore he held three meet-
j ings with the Prime Minister at
which proposals for procedures
i and subjects of possible negotia-
tions with Nasser were worked out.
j The official then flew in a special
I plane via Athens to Cairo, w her"
, he conferred with Nasser. He then
'returned to Israel and. in addi-
| tional meetings with Mr. Ben-
Gurion. announced to his extreme
regret that his mission had failed
because of Nasser's complete in-
transigence.
Young Adults
Hear Senator
Young Adult Friends of Israel.
. age 21 to 35. of the Zionist Or
1 zation of America were to mee;
Thursday evening at Surfside Tow: |
Hall. 9293 Harding ave.
Highlight of the program was !
: be a discussion by State Sen. Clilf
Herrell in a talk on "Should Miami
Beach be a Separate County?"
Question and answer period wis
I to follow Sen. Herrell's talk, witt
' the program also including dan
it;g and refreshments. Donald K.i
Ian is president
Yafis will have a dance and ah i
at the Monte Carlo hotel on Sunday,
Aug. 20. In charge of infnrmatioi
is Miss Rochelle Schrold, 1375 Mi
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"World
by ISABEL GROVE
, lain- Elaine Friedman, spending Ihc summer with her par-
Nat Friedman*, of 254 Palm ave. Has spent the past
in Paris at Ale French 6onservatoir dc Musique on
. in fellowship Her teacher is Marcel Mule, world
concert saxaphonisl Claire has a BA and MA from
i rsity of Miami school of music, and is now on a sabbatical
rom her music teaching chores in a Baltimore school Her
has been extended tor another year, so shell be leaving
t<>r Pans and is looking forward to additional studying, as
* | more extended sightseeing, through France and neighbor-
The University of Miami will have three ardent alums named
William. 17. will be entering School of Arts and Sciences
i in the fall as a pre-med student on a science talent scholar-
Richard. 19, going into his junior year as a business
lation major in accounting on a Food Fair scholarship
Diane. UM '59. alreadv teaching at the Walsh School of
j, slnoss Parents are Mr. and Mrs Morris Skor. 61 Tamiami
Mr and Mrs. Louis Jackson, ol 1919 Bay dr.. Miami Beach.
,1 ,, up ,.-! week to hear daughter. Constantme. play the Bach
, erlo 1 '" C minor for two pianos at the Berkshire Music
i -1, r Constantine. who has an MA from the .Utilliard School
,ji spending the summer in Tanglcwood studying and per-
- -
and Mrs. Alexander iRcynai Youngcrman hosts this week
Elba Rodriguez MacDougal, of Buenos Aires. Argcn-
|. Reyna is Miami Beach chairman of the Community
i (or International Students, and Elba is an exchange
. t> student majoring in English, en route to Mt llolyoki
foi rear's studj She's an expert swimmer, so much Of the
...... i activities took place a! the beach and in Crandon Park,
Scaquarium, a tour of the University of Miami, luncheon
,il the Bath t'iub and several dinner parties occupying the rest of
it Elba so delighted with our many attractions, she
return for the winter holidays ... On the way north.
: ;.t Chapel Hill to visit Mavana Youngcrman. who's
., summer session at the University of North Carolina.
* -
.. i ging bis way to Pittsburgh is Leslie Klein, son of the Jos-
upl Kleins, of Miami Beach He'll usher at the wedding of
i er classmate and brother TEP. Stanley Cohen, and Ruth
( Lea is an alum of the University of Miami, now director
ol radio and television tor Miller-Bacon advertising agency of
Miami He'll also visit with his grandmother while in Pitts
I tut will be very gentle when he greets her Hasn't livid
down lh< fact that on a former visit he was so exuberant, he dam-
aged several of her ribs when he hugged her .
bination business and pleasure trip for Mrs. Max S (Billie)
K. and children Donna and Norman, who left on the first lor the
Big City In between trips to the theatre. Billie will be eyeing
II new sweater fashions to be included in the many shows she
i for organizations here Sh< s past president of State of
Florida Jewish War Veterans, and vice president ol Miami Beach
( Oui > II ol B'nui B'rith Women.
INC S-C 4
Harrietts Neuwirth. daughter of the Philip Neuwirths, of
Miami Beach, and bride-elect of Jack Fertile, of Oakland. Calif.,
having a chance to show all her trousseau finery at a series of
pre-nuptial parties being given for her Started with a dinner
party Tuesday evening hosted by her aunt and uncle. Dr. and Mrs.
Bernard Neuwirth, of Coral Gables, at the Bon Vivant She
looked charming in a green floral print with lull skirt and scoop
neck, accessorized in the same shade of green Guests included
her fiance, her parents, and her paternal grandmother. Mrs. Dor-
othj Neuwirth, here from Tampa to participate in the festivities,
and to attend the wedding at the Algiers hotel on Aug. 20 .
On Wednesday, Harriette chose to look demure in a blue and
which check dress with long sleeves, white cuffs and white Peter
Pan cellar Hostesses for the 70 guests who attended the
shower at the Algiers hotel were Marion (Mrs. Leonard) Barr. her
:;i>!er. Helen iMrs. Seymour) 6chulner. and sister-in-law. Selma.
Mr* Murray TuretMcy .
One of her attractive new bathing suits will serve for the
swim-dinner party honoring the soon-to-be-marricd couple at the
South Miami home of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall (Harriet) Harris
Hostess is the luture bride's cousin and will be her matron of
honor Other members of the wedding party will be guests.
>i a Chinese buffet will be served .
On the date book for Saturday is luncheon at the Eden Roc.
wl h oil include many of the women from the cabana colony
11 For this one. blond Harriette plans to wear a full skirted.
1 id white sunback Her mother and maternal granri-
n Mrs. Ida Lipton. as well as many aunts and cousins will
I ere.
-
* in tray to have a guest list ol notables at your birthday
ation is to have it fall on the same day as a meeting of the
( Miami Beautilication Committee That's the way it
i for Helen Alpert on Aug. 4. except that she was completely
surprised when the lights dimmed during luncheon at the Fver-
I s hotel a candle-lit cake was brought in. and everyone stood
Sana Happy Birthday" to her Plot carried out by to
' ot, chairman ol (he committee, and Mrs. I.izabeth Marten, of
Women's Division. Miami-Dade Chamber of Commerce -
1 nished guests included Miami Commissioner Joseph Du
" id Metro Commissioner Milton E. Thompson. Miami Post
" Eugene Dunlop, WometCO's Stanley Stern, and various
officials from the City's fire, police and parks departments.
Hi m. St
Having been appointed to serve on the awards committee,
l'1 M Morris and his wife will leave Sunday to attend the national
crnyention of the Jewish War Veterans of the United States al
B timore, Md. Morris is a past department commander lor
UM State ol Florida, and is currently vice commander ol the fourth
region Post-Convention trip will take the Morrises to Cleve-
land for a few weeks to visit with daughter and son-in-law Rosalvn
and Henry Frank ...
Going over to the "enemy" temporarily. Dr. and Mrs. Albert
J. (Lee) Gilson, 3003 Indian Creek dr.. are deserting the sunny
shores of Florida for a six week sightseeing jaunt to the West Coast
They'll be houseguests of brother-in-law Irving J. Coffey and
son, Bert, in El Cerrito. Calif., not too far from San Francisco .
I 'ans have been made for trips to Los Angeles, thorough explor-
ation of San Francisco, and a side trip to I.as Veeas .
n iMrs. Harold) Kaye. off for week's rest in Nassau .
rirst return in 41 years for Sabra. Mrs Miami Wolfman, 1565
'"'Ml. who spent seven weeks in Israel .
Ronnie. 16, and Adrienne. 14. children of Mr and Mrs. Mur-
faj Deblinger, of Surfside. view 1he approaching end of the camp
season with something less than enthusiasm They've loved
every minute at Camp Blue Star in Hendersonville, N.C., and their
l( lers are full of the excitement of their doings .
Fred "< Shochef, publisher of The Jewish Floridian, while in
IVevv York City, took a s>de trip last weekend to visit his mother.
'*"' itf-'-l Shochet, who is a guest a; beautiful Galen Hall in
W< rnersville. Pa.
"dfewish Floridian
Miami, Florida, Fiiday, August 11, 1961
Section B
Mizrachi Mops
New Local Unit
The planning committee for a
new chapter of Mizrachi Women
in Westchester, Coral Gables and
the Southwest section of Miami,
met recently at the home of Mrs.
Alvin H. Levenson in Westchester.
Enthusiastic support was re-
ported by committee chairman,
Mrs. Sara llochman.
Mrs. Mordecai Kirschhlum. na-
tional vice president, ol New York,
recently returned from Israel, gave
a personal report of the children
in Israel now benefiting from the
work of Mizrachi Women of Amer-
ica.
Mrs. Hochman named as her co-
workers Mrs. Riggx- Levenson,
Mrs. Lillian Herman. Mrs Minnie
Barken and Mrs. Anna Berlin Mrs
Anne Teitch, past president of Ta-
mara chapter, is helping the com-
mittee'.
Plans are in preparation for the
first membership tea tor this area.
Checking pledges of enthusiastic support for organization of
new chapter of Mizrachi Women ior Westchester, Coral
Gables, and Southwest section are Mrs. Israel Teitch and
Mrs. Nat H. Hochman.
Young Virtuoso, to Play Here Sunday,
Dreams of Europe and Great Art
POPS CONCERT SUNDAY PAGE 6-6
Michele Levin. 16 year-old vir-
tuoso of the keyboard, who will per-
form George Gershwin's "Rhapso-
dy in Blue" at the Miami Beach
"Pop" concert Sunday evening, is
the daughter of Miamians. Dr. and
Mrs. Herbert Levin. 3075 SW 14th st.
For the past five years, she has
been a scholarship student at the
Curtis Institute of Music in Phila-
elelphia, one ot the youngest, and
one of the very few at any age per-
mitted to study under a double ma-
jor in piano and composition.
Her teacher in piano is Eleanor
Sokoloff. whose mother, Mrs. E. E.
Bloom, is a Miami Beach resident.
Michele showed her aptitude and
interest in the piano when she was
a mere three years of age. playing
original melodies. Within a lew
years, she was studying with Fred-
eric Voungfelt, chairman of Theory
Department at the University of
Miami school of music.
Piano lessons and improvi-ion
went hand-in hand, and when Mi-
chele was nine year-, old, she wrote
her own cadenza for Mozart's C
Minor Concerto, which vhe per-
formed With the Boston Pops under
Arthur Fiedler.
Al age io. her own composition.
"Rondo." was published, and she
stiii receives royalties for this
music, used everywhere as a teach
ing piece for advanced students as
well as a performing solo.
That same year she auditioned
for Dr. Efrem Zimbalist, director
of Cortis Institute, and w* ac-
cepted.
But it was not until the lollowing
year that her parents permitted
her to go so far away from home,
and at 11 she became the "baby"
eif the student body. This did not
save her from a rigorous study pro-
cram calling for four to five hours
daily at the piano, plus time for
composition and academic subjects
in which she is tutored three or four
.hours a day.
At 13. Michele won a special
award for a sonata she had entered
in a composition contest. It was
too lar advance.! to he considered
with other works submitted, and
that same year, competing with 40
pianists, won the privilege <>t per
forming w.th the Philadelphia Or
MICHELE LtVIN
chestra at Robin Hood Dell.
Michele has composed many
pieces for piano, violin, organ.
flute, woodwinds, strings and chor-
al groups, several of which have
had performances in Philadelphia,
and which she hopes to have played
here in Miami, she also enjoys
Studying languages and is a gifted
photographer.
At present she is enjoying the
summer at home- in Miami with her
parer.is and younger brother, Phil
lip. with whom she spends as much
lime as possible singing, dancing,
bicycling and gardening
For serious practicing, she has a
Steinway Grand, received when she-
was eight years old. and autograph-
ed "To Michele Levin, a promising
young pianist, Sincerely, Charles <;
Steinway." She is the first child for
whom anyone in the Steinway fam-
ily has ever autographed a piano.
Soon after the concert on Sunday.
Michele will he returning for he-r
sixth year at Curtis, which she de-
scribes as a "Utopia lor serious
musicians," and where she has
been extremely happy. But looking
beyond Curtis, there is a dream of
studying piano and composition in
Europe for this extraordinarily
gifted young lady whose twin am-
bit ions are to become a concert
; ianist and an accomplished com-
pose] ."
Pioneer Women's
Group on Tour
The national Pioneer Women Bar
Mitzvah tour to Israel ar.ri Europe
which left from New York Aug. 2
on El Al. includes many Miamians,
under the leadership of Mrs. Leo
Goldman, vice president of the
(ireater Miami Council of Pioneer
Women, and member of the natio-
nal board.
The group is visiting Jerusalem,
Tel Aviv, Paris. Rome, Venice. Lu-
cerne and Amsterdam with planned
sightseeing and excursions.
The visitors will attend a recep-
tion in the home of President lt-
zhak Ben-Zvi, as well as special
eore-monies in Israel commemorat-
ing the Bar Mitzvahs of several of
the young tourists.
From the Miami area, in addition
to Mr. and Mrs. Leo Goldman. 2655
SW 25th ave.. are Mr. and Mrs.
Dory Auerbach. Mrs. Clara Auer-
bach, Jacob Auerbach, Mr. and
Mrs. Moses Marcus, Miss Bess
Conn. Mr. and Mrs Robert Miller,
Mr. and Mrs. David Randell. Mr.
and Mrs Irving Gottlieb. Mrs Hilda
Lazarus, and Mrs Bessie Cholo-
>l< nko.
JFCS Women's
Unit to Meet
Women's committee Of Jewish
Family and Children's Service will
meet next Tuesday. 10:45 a.m.. at
the- home ut Mrs Melvin Frumkes,
360] N. Prospect dr.
The coffee gathering will seek
to enlist additional members to
support JFCS. a member agency
of United Fund and the Greater
.:>ni Jewish Federal-on.
First project ot the- recently-
formed women's committee will he
to seek to restore to active status
the agency's temporarily discon-
tinued Home-maker's Service
Harold Tannen, president of
Jewish Family and Children's
Service, will be guest speaker at
the Tuesday coffee meeting. Mrs,
Florence Sinclair, case worker lor
JFCS. will also speak.
Temple Women
Schedule Dinner
Temple Israel Sisterhood will
serve a buffet dinner in Wolfson
Auditorium on Wednesday. 6:30
p.m.
Al 8:30 p.m., "Broadway Comes
to Miami" via a play revue of the
current New York smash hit. "The
Far Country." to be given by Dr.
Joseph K. Narot, spiritual leader of
Temple Israel.
Proceeds will i>o used for the He-
brew 1 -.:e.n College Scholarship
f und.


Page 2-3
fJenisf McridFrart
Friday, August 31, ;.%[ I =:
Brick-Holders Will Help Build New Academy
longtime friends Mr. and Mrs. George Goldberg (left) end Mr.
ond Mrs. Louis Heiman in the lobby of the Arcwak, their
vocation headquarters in Jamcicc.
Miomions Tcke
W. I. Vacation

majc; t Ii as 1
Flori
term
\ -;i Hom<
Ag
I Beach
Heiman S3 ,;.-- .

Close friends for twenty years,
the Go ccergs and Heiman* en-
joyed their vacation together at
the Arawak hotel, celebrating
the Goldberg's wedding anniver-
sary.
Using the Arawak as headquar-
ters, the two couples also visited
Kingston and Montego Bay.
Goldberg formerly owned the
South Seas hotel on Miami Beach.
Mrs. Markey's one-week stay
; wa her first visit to the hotel
CAtrJookmg the waters of the
Caribbean Sta. She lives at 12416
NE 112!h cl No. Miami.
When The new Hebrew Academy
on Pinetree dr. and 24th st. is com-
pleted.more than 5.000 people will
haye a share in the building. Mrs.
Leonard Rosen, chairman of the
Hebrew Academy Women's brick
campaign, announced that it .
j;oal of the committee to
1100,000 through the sale ol bricks,
part of which will be allocated for
the Ida Appel Auditorium, and part
of the priccr go towards
equipping the kitchen in the new
school.
The slogan of this project will be
"A Brick for Life." since S18 sig-
nifies "chai," the Hebrew word for
life.
"The Hebrew Academy is a com-
munity school, and it is unfair to
solicit only large sums from the
elect few who have the financial
ability to contribute. We have em-
barked upon this brick project in
order to entitle every citizen to pur-
chase a share in Academy educa-
tion and Jewish learning." Mrs
Rosen said.
In purchasing a brick, the buyer
receives a beautifully-designed cer-
tificate, certifying that he is a
spiritual shareholder in the new
building. A brick booth has beer,
installed in the lobby of the Sttr-
hotel to give tourists the op-
portunity to be identified with the
Dew Hebrew Academy.
Mrs. Rosen and her committee
i.rt planning to arrange sin
lobl of other hot* \i
tig the winter . will oei by voluntee r
, parents and members 51 th
Academy Women. Brick
.- v...' l.o :>e -c! up lor
key locations th:
>. Mrs Rosen ai
00 the committee ,.re
Mrs. Shapiro, pr<
Academy Won't a; Rflrj
arr, president oi tr
. idemy I'TA; Mrs. Aril r
... Mrs. Jerome
charles Bogin. Mr.', Jack
Mrs. Irvnu r
- M. H. Rosenhouse and -,
senstein.
Women to Hear
Bowling Plans
Mrs. Alfred Reich. District :
residf' t, will be guest of honor i.\
Harmony chapter. B'nai B'rith
Women, membership party Thurs
day evening. Aug. 17, at the home
of Mrs. Sam Rosenthal. 8946th
St.. Miami Beach.
Members will hear plans for the
bowling league to be added to the
chapter's activities this year.
Chairman for the evening is Mrs.
Jack Dernis.
Uf Division Picks Head
Walter A. Ketcham. newly ap-
pol led South Florida manager of
S< uthern Bell, will head the Man
; i r Division of the United Fvir.s
Ketcram succeeds John J. Ryar.
who has een transferred to
Th Manpower Division is
c lor recruiting v( ...
leers solicited through I
s in Dad
eers
ff~$ SHOPPING AROUND
- 4h WITH
(liZt(\jJ^a^3
Mrs. Clara Markey ieJcxes
01 the Arawak Hotel Gcrder.s
ir. Jcmaicn, VV. I.
Early Bird'
Family Picnic
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the 1
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I blow
Flogler Hayride Saturday
Men's Club (:
da Jewish Center
ayrid squan
turger party Sat
lions ai
'
HMfTS-
hu BlADDtR
\ Drink 6 to 8
IJlGlasses Daily!
Recent vistors to Israel ha-, i
ported their pleasure in fine:;: .
old 'friend'" during their trip ,.
gcod "friend" was Tetlty Tea
which has been famous here in the
United States for more than a
hundred years as the tea with the
: full-bodied flavor.
Israelis have also discovered the
goodness of Tetley Tea. which
makes it most popular in their
country.
Different people have different
suggestions for beating the heat.
In Israel, the remedy must be
| right all the time and readily
! available anywhere in that tropical
i country.
If you want to keep cool, follow
the advice of the Israelis and
! of millions of Americans, too: Have
a tall, cold glasi of iced Tetle:
Tea. A glass of delicious iced Tet-
ley with lemon will give plentj
refreshment en hot daj -
Tetlej hot or
SERVED
IN A GLASS
C* A CO*
TETIEY TEA
.0
. :.:,:, ling I.. i .
[1 is strictlj Kos
rider rabbinical t
Ee sure to stock up cr
it is so economical. to<
Pci a few pennies, you can make
| iced tea fcr the whole family. Kcec
icooJ with Tetley Tea.
If you like
KREPLACH
Singles Limited Social
glee Limited will hold a s
>om of tne Rone)
1 Ii 2b hotel on Sunday e\en:ng. In-
vited are singl< adults between 2i
:< years of aee. In char
membership is Miss Jan.ce '
i 46K V.V 7th 5t,
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A TRADITION
IN JEWI$H
HOMES
SINCE 1837
Ye, there's Yom Tov apirit la
this fine tea..."flavor crushed"
for fullest strength and stimu.
Iauoo ... richer ustt and plea**
vtt with your fleisbigs and
a chigs and betweo meal
refreshment...
LCHEESe
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MEATLESS
CHEF BOY-AR-DEE
CHEESE RAVIOLI
Hear family, guests, cheer for
that real Italian flavor created by
famed Chef Boy-Ar-Dee. Tender
little rhaeeroni pies...filled with
tengy Italian Cheese...simme'ed
with savory tomato sajce and
cheese.,.seasoned the real Ital-
ian way So much taster and
easier than the frozen kind. So
much thriftier, toocosts only
ebout 15c per serving!
ffaff Appointments FfM
zheimer, managing i [.
rectci of Westbrooke Countrj Club
- Ihwesl Miami, has annot
tail ..ppointments of Ed
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h Florio as club ie D
ma&tei Westbrooke is located jj
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rich
mellow
tasty...
MESS!
n
no ether cheese
in the world
hits the spot like
GENUINE
IMPORTED
SWITZERLAND
SWISS
CHEESE
Btiyii sliced or in abipr
tasty chunk today for
sandwiches, omelets,
salads, canapes .. for
breakfast, lunch, sup-
per and icebox raiding.
It's the one cheese
everybody loves for
true ta'am of Switzer-
land !
Ta'am
of
Switzerland!


F;.dr. August 11. 1961
* Jen 1st Fkradfi^r
Page 3-B
Registration Set 7he Race ior sPflC*
At Beth David
Gerald Schwartz, regional d
of the American Friend- of the
Jacobs Couple
Mark Anniversary
>bi and \ Ja b,
Beth David's nursery and kinder- Hebrew University, will address a
garten school has begun Its reals- luncheon meeting of the Miami of 231-36th St., Miami Beach, will
nation for the new year beginning Beach Lodge of Bnai BTith Tues- observe their 5J:h weeding Ml*
day noon at the Lincoln Lane res- \ersary this week.
Rabbi Jacobs was the first Re-
form rabbi in Florida in 1904. serv-
in September.
The school, at 2625 SW 3rd ave..
consists of a nursery for children
three years of age, a pro-kinder-
garten class for children four years
of age, and the kindergarten for
children five years old. Children
o! the kindergarten will be eligible
to enter first grade of public school
in September. 1962.
The kindergarten meets every
weekday morning from 9 a.m. to 12
noon. The curriculum teaches chil-
dren how to live and work together
in an American Jewish environ-
ment. Holidays are made mean-
taurant Schwartz will discuss "Is-
rael Enters the Race for Space."
Summer Camps
End Season
ing Congregation Ahavath Chesed,
of Jacksonville, and the oldest rab-
bi, serving a- Reform Temple when
he retired in 1956.
When Rabbi Jacobs and his wife
All four day camps of the Greater celebrated their golden wedding in
Miami Jewish Community Center 195". Rabbi Jacob Kaplan, of Terei-
brought the summer season to an pie Israel, Miami, who performed
end this week with a series of spe- the original ceremony in 1907 in
cial events. Buffalo, remarried them at Temple
On Sunday, annual camp carni- Beth Sholom, with Rabbi Lain
val was conducted by camper* of Kronish participating.
Camp Noar at the North County Mrs. Jacobs was program diree-
YMHA. with proceeds going to the lor of Temple Bmanuel's religi ua
for needy chil- school in New York for many years.
ingful and enjoyable through arts schoiarsnip flind
and crafts, songs and games. A dren
.special reading readiness program. -Kadimah Kapers" was the title
approved by the public schools, is (), thc camp ^ for tht. parenls
taught in the daily kindergarten (), ,ne b(jys and girls enrolu.(i at
All the teachers are licensed by i the Southwest YMHA Branch, and ,
!the Bureau of Jewish Education of, was presented Tuesday night.
Greater Miami.
Camp Avir Has
Varied Program
Mrs 3essie Greenwald, of Miami Beach, receives the Chai Pin
Award of the Zionist Organization of America from Jack D.
Gorion. chairman of the special event sponsored by the
Greater Miami Districts of the Zionist Organization of America.
Mrs. Greenwald was presented with the award in recogni-
tion of "her continuous service in the office of the ZOA." She
has often been cited by local Zionist leaders "for her volun-
,. work and dedication."
Children receive refreshments
during the morning. Transportation
to and from the school is furnished
j in certain areas.
Religious school program in-
cludes some 650 students, which
now encompasses the new branch | Thursday
school opened by Beth David in the Marsh auditorium.
Highlight of Camp Avir's a v
On Wednesday, a "Wild West" [ties during the fifth week of camp
day featured a chuck wagon at were the Friday evening services
Camp Ma-Ka-Bee at the Miami conducted by the staff and camp-
Branch, i ers. Gary fanner, assistant direc-
famp Shalom of the Beach Branch! tor. was in charge of the contorial
was to present its annual camp; selection*.
show. -Alice in Fantasyland." on; The senior camp has attended
night at the Jordan;the Junior Museum and Food Fair
bakeries. The junior camp visited
UN Study Group
Meets Tuesday
Shaloma Hadassab Meeting
South Dade area at 10431 SW 77th The Greater Miami Jewish Com- Funfair and Velda Dairies.
ave to accommodate students j munity Center served over 400 boys The camp s annual Indian show
Who'live in that vicinity. land girls in an eight-week season, was to take place on Thursday.
Shaloma group of the Miami
Beach chapter of Hadassah will
have its first summer meeting
Monday noen at the Sea Gull hotel.
Mrs. Manuel Feirman is president.
Freedom Bricks
Sold at Talk
United Nations Study Group will
iv.:' I iesdaj evening, 8 p m., at
Washington Federal Savings and
lLoa v--' 13th St. and Washington
live
>peaker will be Prot Ar-
il lillips Of the English De-
11 it thc University of Mi-
1 if. Phillips will discuss the At a meeting here of the Ladies'
ii United Nations Fifteen Auxiliary of Jewish War Veterans.
lYeari > Clark M. Eicheiberger. North Shore Post Mrs. Milton
tnna Weiss, 6020 Indian Greyten discussed "The American
is in charge of inforina- Freedom Center."
The Center is beng built at Val-
ley Forge, and will be a marshal-
ling point for study, research, and
training in the American way of
life.
Following Mrs. Grayson's talk.
Freedom Bricks were sold to help
raise funds toward furnishing two
rooms at the Center as part of the
national project of Jewish War
Veterans.
food Stocks for Refugees
l I stocks of the Cuban Refu-
ge-' -.vi-yciicy (enter were aug-
n l here by a donation re-
Ci from Harris and Company.
A kload of staples purchased
by Miami advertising firm was
de red to city and county offi-
c uho then turned the food
love- Marshall Wise, federal gov-
lernoi lirector of refugee relief
[in t> ire i
Mrs. Grayson is pathetic in-
structor of the North Shore Aux-
iliary.
SKIP
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vD
Florida Science Fair.
Mitchell Strumpf
V tell Morris, son of Mr. and Kiddush in his honor will follow
Harold Strumpf. will become services, and a reception and din-
Jar Witzvah during Saturday-nor will be held at the Center on
services
1 I Bl Flag-
P la Jew
i liter, with
Ii i I1 e r a I d
'liiciatinu.
Hie Bar MitZ-
| attendee
'liter's re-
I ichool for
(-. and
I school for
iars lie
II r V e (1 as Mitchell Strumpf
the Junior Congregation
1 i-l two years.
H tends Kinloch Park Junior
f re he is treasurer of the
Council, and plays cello in
il orchestra. He won first
school's recent Science
an award at the south
Sunday evening.

Steven Ashman
Saturday morning services. Aug.
12. at Congregation Y e h u d a h
Moshe will include the Bar Mitz-
I vah of Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jerry Ashman.
Rabbi Sheldon H. Stcinmetz will
i officiate and present the Bar Mitz-
vah with a Bible, a prayerbook.
and a certificate of accomplish-
ment in behalf of the congregaton.
Steven is a student at North Mi-
ami Junior High, and has attended
Popiel religious school for five
years.
Kiddush in his honor will follow
services. Mr. Ashman is vice pres-
ident of the Temple, and vice pres-
ident of Central Bank and Trust
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Friday. August li, 1961
Oi.
EHEN
WOMAN 3e THE WEEK
Ellen m ( her husband. Leon Kaye. when they both were at camp
a; --,. ihill Country Club in Kingston. NY. It was a three-week
\. Iwind courtship, with everyone predicting the marriage wouriVt
1 0 : h sir 25ih anniversary, Leon wanted to invite all of the
r. \ a huge party, but Ellen vetoed the plan.
During the war. lite i:i Washington was hectic. Ellen am! her hus-
, privately-owned FHA housing project for army and navy
\- a businesswoman, Ellen is tops, and she served as
11 1 the manager of the power company.
!. 1 had always loved Miami Beach, so they moved here in 1954.
1 1 work from the public relations point of view draws Ellen
like a magnet, and today she's an outstanding
publicity chairman, When Freddy was in Mi-
ami Beach High School, Ellen started !
PTA publicity She has since trained three
editors and served as PR chairman for the last
seven years of the Dade County Council of the
Parent-Teachers Assn. (Chairmanship in this
post la generally restricted to two years
Jusl recently. Ellen was quite ill. and Mi
ami Beach High School gave her a PTA pin
in appreciation of her work a pin she now
wears proudly all the time. On recuperation,
her doctor told Ellen to slow down, and so
she's decided "not to crowd more than two-
hundred hours into a week "
Ellen has also done publicity for other
organizations Including National Children's
Cardiac Hospital and Ml. Sinai Women',- Aux-
iliary, She has a nose for news, and always
comes up with the unusual feature Btorj
E len I >ves to write, and is a wonderful correspondent. She
ric typewriter as naturally as She eats. For instance: A man
she ordered a sweater in Scotland is now on her regular
, list Holiday greeting cards come from all over the world.
1 V as on that much talked about women's trip to Russia, and
iSDOttds with the Soviet Women's Committee interested in our
1 \ publications. To their questions about American women's inter-
( Elian replies directly and to the point: The problems that interest
I women are the problems that interest women the world over. They
ba.c to do with men and children and life and love and human kind-
I
* *
WHAT'S NEW?
Dorothy Krieger Fink in the Miami Beach Library was picking
out a book for the other grandma to read. Mrs. Joseph Mintzer came
hurrying from Harrisonburg. Va and got here just in time for daugh-
ter Naomi's third baby Naomi is the wife of Richard Krieger Fink.
thy's son. The third addition is a 9 lb. 4 oz. boy nomed Jonathan
Harvey.

JUST THS FACTS, M'AM JUST THE FACTS
When Irma (Mrs. Saul) Herman talked to her grandson. Josh, in
I ornla on Saturday, he said: "No more Saturdays to go. Nana
squeeze me so hard when you get off the plane.'' Irma's daugh-
ter, V'icki. and her husband. Joe Friedman, and Josh and baby sister
v be on hand to meet her w hen she arrives for a first visit since the
1'jc imans moved to Los Angeles last spring .
3i 1 and Florence Lewis went to the Grand Bahamas to celebrate
1' 1 thirty-sixth wedding anniversary. While there, they met Mr and
Hi Irwin Kuntz .
The younger generation does the very same things as their elders.
M>n of B. B. and Grace Goldstein, is off on his first flight to New
k to visit his cousin. George Selby. He has a list of three musts:
E Oks Brothers, a Big League ball game, and the UN in that
He's truthful above all.
*
WHO IS GENE BARRIE?
Art and Claire Rosichan just came back from an exciting first trip
t Mexico. They poked into all the unusual and strange places. At one
01 the art galleries, they saw a simply beautiful man. and were intro-
duci 1 to him and his wife. He was none other than Gene Barrie. of
E I Masterson television fame At a cocktail party later on. the
haedsome actor insisted on being called Gene. It must be disconcert
1 have people shout at you: "Hi'ya. Bat."
ILLUSTRATED LETTER *
The Dr. William Bernsteins love the letters they get from their
liter. Janet, who is now in Mexico attending the University of San
el D Aliende. Janet, who will be a seventh grade art teacher at
P nee de Leon Junior High School in the fall, writes a marvelous letter
that sounds like a travelogue, illustrating it on the margins.
Janet found it hard in the beginning to adjust to sanitary condition-
- or lack of them in Mexico. But it was easy to get into the swing
of bargaining for everything even food. As Janet sees it. life is very
Simple in Mexico, where the main earning process is doing nothing. *
Meanwhile, back at Florida State. Janet's sister. Bonnie, who is a
Science fan and plans to specialize in biology, just received word thai
ia made the Dean's List.
* *
WATER. WATER EVERYWHERE
Any reason is the righl one when you want to take a vacation
Mukey and Ronny Fscol just had an anniversarv. so thev are gointf
I take a cruise. They leave on the Santa Rosa for hard-to-spell placet
like Laguira and Curacao.
* *
ADDENDUM
Mae (Mrs. Arnold) Perlstein broke two toes Its better than
breaking two fingers.
Mickey is just recovering from surgery, so he will be resting. He's
talkjig along "My Public Years." by Bernard Baruch.
Miss Stadler Now
Mrs. Benjamin
The Eden Roc hotel was the site
of the wedding and reception of
Joan Carol Stadler and Robert L.
Benjamin on Sunday, Aug. 5, at
8 p.m.
Mr. and Mrs Henry Stadler.
640 Harding ave.. Miami Beach,
are the parents of the bride, and
the groom is the son of Mr. and
, Mrs. Medwin Benjamin, 675 No.
Shore dr.. Miami Beach.
F'or her wedding, the new Mrs.
Benjamin chose ivory peau de
; broidered lace on skirt and train
and bodice of lace ad I seed pearls.
She carried white orch nan-
otis and lily-of-the- U j
Attending the bride were her sis-
ter, Stephanie Stadler, the gro n -
sister, H irlean Moss laid and
matron of henor,
, Benjamin, brides-;
The former Miss SI Her is a
graduate of Midv School
in Brooklyn, and attended Brook-
lyn Colleg
The grooi 1 is a te of the
la mem-
hex of i":; EpsilC I Pi and
L Apache. He is president Of
Ships and Power in Miami ana be-
longs to Propellor, Pelican Harbor
Racing Club, beaton Moss served
a best man.
After a honeymoon trip to Eu-
rope the y >ung couple will i'.v
at the Executv< House on Miami
Beach.
Brlist, Beckennnn
Exchange Vows
. irion Joan Beckerman, di
tei of Mr. and Mi M rr -
man. 100-9! [side, ind Jo-
seph Brusi were united ir. man
Saturday, Aug. ">. at the Barce-
lona hotel. Rabbi Max Zucker of-
ticiated. and a reception in the ho-
tel's Bal Masque room followed
the ceremony.
The new Mrs. Brusi is a graduate
J -.
Wei ner Kah
MRS. ROSIRJ BtNJAMIN
; rsity of Miami and a
her of Sigma Lambda Phi
For her wedding, she chose chan-
lace and carried orchid- and
stephanotis on a Bible Her -
. Will am A Gerstein, was ma-
ol honor, and flower girl was
Gerstein.
?BaS '
Wrni
mm. lostPH Bfftisr
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Bi
ot Bayside, N. v.. the gro >m
graduate of Long Island Uo
iity .Vile;. Serling served as
r .i wedding trip thro
Florida, the you:!-' couple will 1 li
in Fresh Meat ow -. N Y.
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Miss Stein Weds
Howard Rand
ManCi Meg Stein became the
,..Vof Howard Lee Rand or. Sat-
i Km Aug 5, at the Americana
Mayer Ahramovitz
,,,,,, the candlelight cere-
| Which *as followed b> a re-
I "* "? j .r BUM
ghter ,i Mr. and Mrs. Philip
L Stein 1331 97th si Ray Harbor
I l!lr new bride aiteuded the
I ersit> 11 Miami a id is a mem-
lb,- ol Delta Phi Epsilon.
I |., wedding, the former
I. Se an i< e blue peau
I. ngth sheath with an
I train a id a back-
I, jed Her bo iquet was- a
II mjn e orchi Is.
Resnii l- sister >f the
atron if ho ior, and
j'_ re buU a id Beth
i grooi i's niec s, and
li rma Stein, cousins
. th son of Mr. and
, \ dm i ite, of Staten
\ \ md .- a gra luate of
i-ei sity, Col ege of
I | n was El otl Resnick,
Im an Davis ami Dr.
Ben > d as ushers.
veddii i i trough
\ \ |yv la ill make
Auburn, Ala., where
1 i conti le hi studies
i. edi ine.
Grants Will
Live in Miami
Rabbi Gross on Television i "st,u Sma" Voice," television pro.
i gram sponsored by the Greater M-
Rabb Alexander Gross, principal'ami Rabbinical Assn.. on Sunday
Of the Hebrew Academy, will host over WCKT oh. 7. at 10 a.m.
MRS. HOWARD RAND
Benson, Tusk
Plan for Nov.
Le n, ol
i i i ... iunce
11'" -I of the r lau jhter,
l\l son of
1 rusk, of Fair-
.: i a ite of
[ ll Tech-
I j residing in Denver,
I
a raduate of Indi- national denial honorary. He is
l i. and Fairleigh Dick-1 presently a captain at Lowry Air
j > School of Dentis-1 Force Base in Denver.
I i ember of Pi Lambda I The young couple will be married
md cron Kappa L'psilon. I in November.
Las Vegas and California arc the
honeymoon destination of Mr. and
Mrs. .lack Grant, who were united
in marriage Sunday afternoon,
Aug. 6, at Agudath 1-rael Hebrew!
Institute.
Rabb Isaac Ever officiated at!
the 2:30 p.m. ceremony, which was
followed by a reception" and dinner
at Michele's restaurant.
The former Phyllis Hershkowitz,
daughter Of Mr. and .: Sam
Hershkowitz. 7734 Abbott ave Mi-
ami Beach, was given in marriage
j by her father, and was attended
by her sister Mrs. Allan Jay.
matron ol honor
The groom, -ii of v-'' Mrs.
min Goldstein, 1550 Drexel
ve.. Miami Beac led
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Friday. August 11, l%\
All-Gershwin Proqram at Beach Aud.
Ends Pop Concert Series Sunday Eve
The tenth annual musical tribute
to one of America's noted com-
posers, George Gershwin, will be
presented by the
University ol Mi-
ami Summer
Sym phony Or
chestra on Sun-
day evening. The
all-Gershwin pro-
gram, a perennial
favorite of Miami
audiences, is the
tenth and tinal
concert of the -'
ries presented by TAUBMAN
Summer Symphony "Pops"' Or-
chestra al Miami Beach Auditori-
um.
Because "f increased concert and
opera activities In Italy and the
inability to make suitable travel
connections between Europe and
Miami. Fabien Scvitzky. originally
scheduled to conduct the Gershwin
program, has been forced to cancel
his summer appearance here. Paul
Taubman, music director of the Na-
tional Broadcasting Company, will
conduct the concert finale.
Michele Levin. 16-year-old pianist
from Miami, and Cuban lyric so-
prano Maria Teresa Carrillo. will
be featured soloists. Miss Levin
will perform the 'Rhapsody in
Blue." and Miss Carrillo will sing
three Gershwin favorites. "Love is
Sweeping the Country. 'Embrace-
able You." and "My Man's Gone
Now."
Conductor Taubman has sched-
uled two tirst performances of
Gershwin works in Miami, "The
Soul; of the Flame," and a new or-
chestration of the "Porgy and Bess
Symphonic Suite." by Robert Rus-
sell Bennett. Other melodies on
the program include "Strike Up the
Band." "Gershwin in Hollywood."
I An American in Paris." and
"Gershwin Fantasy." a potpourri
| it music from the pen of the gifted
composer who died in 1937 at the
.me of 39.
Taubman will open the Gershwin
program with "The Star Spangled
Banner," as orchestrated by the
late Arturo Toscanini He will con-
duct the "Pops" program with Tos-
canini's baton.
Michele Levin, the youthful vir-
tuoso of the keyboard, has been a
scholarship student at the Curtis
Institute in Philadelphia for five
years studying under a double ma-
jor in piano and composition.
Mi-s Carrillo. a refugee from
Cuba now living in Miami, studied
with the famed Austrian singer,
Elisabeth Schumann. The young
goprano has made a number of ap-
pearances with the American Op-
era Society and also on radio and
television in her native Cuba. She
has sung leading roles in "The Me-
dium." "The Telephone." and "Ma-
dama Butterfly." She records for
RCA Victor.
Construction Begins on New Dadeland,
Nation's Southernmost Shopping Center
: BIRTHDAZE :
Baby daughter. Carolyn Rose,
joined brother Bobby on Aug. 6 in
the home of the Dr. Arthur Gil-
berts. Mother is the former Judy
Myers, daughter of proud grand-
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C.
(Martha) Myers. Dr. Arthur is the
son of the Larry Gilberts, of Mi-
ami.
FORCED TO SELL
WE QUIT!
Selling Out Our Entire Stock of
BRAND NEW T.V.'s,
AIR CONDITIONERS, SHOW CASES,
I All SMALL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES
BELOW OUR COST!
DEALERS WELCOMED.
125 N.E. ith Street
ATALLAH DISCOUNT STORE
Hilda Harns. of Ace Beauty Sa-
lon, grandmother of a baby girl,
Linda Jan, born July 4, via son
Claude Hollands and wife Jan
Hilda mighty proud that Claude is
the staff sergeant who took those
wonderful pictures of the Titan at
Cape Canaveral recently.
A-l EMPLOYMENT
DOMESTIC HELP
DAY WORKERS
Ph. FR 9-8401
CANTOR, HEBREW TEACHER
TORAH READER
beautiful voice, accomplished musi-
cian, Choir director, trained & experi-
enced Hebrew Teacher, available for
High Holy Days or for the year. Best
reference. Call JE 8-1496 or write
Cantor A., Box 2973, Miami 1, Fla.
"SPEAK HEBREW CLUB!"
Open to All Creeds
Meets Every Sunday 10 a.m. Prac-
tice Urder Competent Supervision:
Visual A. Auditory Aids: Good
Library: Air-Cond. No Fees. No
Dues! Just Come!
700 S.W. 8th St., Miami
LADY WISHES TO SHARE
Her Lovely Private House
in SW section, with another lady
or middle-aged couple.
Call HI 3-3769
Photo & Music Equipment
We Buy. Sell. Trnde or Repair
Anything Musical & Photographic
COMPLETE LINE OF SUPPLIES
TRAIL PHOTO & MUSIC
5725 S.W. 8th ST. MO 7-0526
DOMESTIC HELP
DAY HOUR WEEK
Licensed Baby Sitting Service
SOUTH MIAMI
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
Jeffry Ram, 14-year-old junior
cantor, will conduct services
Saturday morning. Aug. 12,
at Southwest Jewish Center.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Issie
Ram, 2401 SW 14th st., Jeffry
is a student of Rev. Nathan
Zeicher, of Beth David.
Zim Sets Special
Trip from Israel
To Miami Port
A special voyage from Haifa, Is-
rael and other Mediterranean ports
in Miami by the fully air-condition-
ed luxury cruise liner Jerusalem,
of the Zim Israel Navigation Co.,
is announced by the American-
Israel Shipping Co., New York, rep-
resentatives of the Zim Lines.
The Jerusalem will sail from
Haifa on Nov. 1. and arrive at Mi-
ami on Nov. 19. The ship calls en-
route at Piraeus (port of Athens i
Greece. Marseilles. France. Ali-
cante. Spain, New York and Nas-
sau. The Jerusalem's voyage will
give Flondians and other Ameri-
cans visiting Israel or Europe a
unique opportunity to sail directly
to the Southland's bigges.t resort
I city. A rousing civic welcome
awaits the 'ship, which will be the
first Israeli passenger liner ever
to steam into Biscayne Bay.
Completed at the end of 1957. the
Jerusalem is one of the most mod-
ern liners afloat, boasting a full
deck of public rooms, outdoor Lido
pool, movie theater, elevators be-
tween decks and anti-rolling stabi-
lizers. Though air-conditioned from
stem to stern, fully 95 per cent of
the Jerusalem's staterooms are
outside, most with private or semi-
private facilities. The ship carries
two dance orchestras, a cruise and
entertainment staff, and all English
| speaking personnel.
The ZIM agency in Miami is lo-
cated at 407 Lincoln Mall. Suite
10D. JEfferson 8-0329.
Bulldozers at North Kendall dr.
last week began smoothing the way
for what will become Florida's new-
est regional shopping area, Dade-
land. It will open in the fall of
1962, with the distinction of being
the nation's southernmost regional
shopping center.
Three miles south of the Univer-
sity of Miami, the development lies
between U.S. 1 and the newly-
opened Palmetto Expressway just
before their junction. When North
Kendall dr. is widened this summer
to a six-lane. 106-foot artery, the
center will be available to all parts
of Dade county. Free parking space
for 4.000 cars, and three-times-a-day
turnover." will enable the center
easily to handle some 20.000 shop-
pers each day.
Burdine's sixth store will be
the huge two-story structure situ-
ated at the east end of the central
mall. All stores are on one level.
This is foreseen as Burdine's most
beautiful store, with richly-decora-
tive "shops within shops," many
motifs to be drawn from the West
Indies-English homes in Key West.
The exterior gives the impression
of an airy open framework witfi
panels suspending the inner block,
and two-floor-high sheets of glass
surround the entranceways.
In Miami last week to wrap up
final details were Joseph Meyer-
hoff, president; Jack Pearlstone.
vice president; and Emanuel Wil-
der, secretary of the Joseph Meyer
hoff Corp., Baltimore. The local
representative is Charles F. Tr.jm-
bull, of Coral Gables. Pearls' >
Is also president of the Internatiotnl
Council of Shopping Centers.
has 500 members including all va i
jor centers in the United State*,
Canada and Australia.
Alfred H Daniels. Burdm'i
president, and a vice president >'
Federated, represented Federa- i
The contractor is Frank J Ro
Inc. Connecticut General Lit
surance Company provided th
untieing, and has been represe-
via Jack Baldwin. Jr., of Bald* i
Insurance Co.. Miami, tog.
with Ward C. Case, of W. Lynn,
Case and Company, Columbus, 0.
Bon Voyage
Fete Sunday
Pioneer Women. Club 2. will ho I
a Bon Voyage luncheon on Sundiv
noon at the Raleigh hotel in hon
of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Ostrov.
The Ostrovs will leave shorty
lor an extended tour of Israel. Mr*.
1 Ostrov has been financial secre' i y
, of Club 2 for the past 15 years
In charge of arrangements for
j the luncheon is Mrs. Ida Bookspia
l Mrs. Ida Liftman is chairman >'
the afternoon. Invocation will be
by Mrs. Sally Barr.
at BABY TIME
Welcome Wagon cele-
brates the arrival of each
new baby with a friendly
callwith a basket of
gifts and congratulations
of the entire community.

?5616 Sunset Dr. Ph. MO 7-3601
VICTOR PIANOS & ORGANS
SALES -TUNINGS
See Max Lewis
300 NW 54 St. PL 8-8795
RENT A C All
from $2 50 per day
$15 per wk i mileage c hatge
AB0TT MOTORS, Inc.
1451 W FIAGLER ST.
Ph. FR 3 6765
INSURE BITTER GRADES!
PREVIEW TUTORING
all school and business subjects
ADELPHI PREP
See Vpllow P3a 655, Phone Book
FREE BROCHURE GUIDANCE
526 NE 79 St. SEYBOID BLDG.
PI 7-7623 FR 4-8683
OUTSTANDING CANTOR
AVAILABLE
Florida resident, great voice, choir
director, Bar Mitzvah teacher, se-
curity furnished, excellent refer-
ences. High Holidays or Year, NO
reasonable lee refused, write Can-
tor H, Box 2973, Miami 1, Fla.
TEACHERS
Kindergarten & Nursery
experienced, Licensed Preferred
9 to 12. Call Temple Adath Yeshurun
Wl 7-2400
WANTED
Refined. Modern, Working lady 40-50
who is lonely to share expenses with
same. Clean lovely, air-conditioned,
Miami Beach apt. Very reasonable if
congenial. Call JE 2-3058.
WIDOW WILL TRADE
8 RM. CBS, F. & C. HOME
For Trailer or Tiny Hou.e.
577 NW. 50th Street
PL 4-5988
Mae West Stars
In Grove Play
Mae West will star in "Sextet"
opening Friday evening at the
Coconut Grove Playhouse for two
weeks.
John Stadniek. local businessman
and president of Theatre Enter-
prises, early this week announced
Miss West's arrival here to play
in the Grove production. Stadniek
heads a group ol Greater Mi
ainians currently meeting to keep
the Playhouse from closing perma-
nently. .
Led by Stadniek, th,' group in-
cludes Miami Beach attorney Jos-
eph Malek and concessionaire
Harry Zuckerman, The) have
signed Owen Phillips as production
consultant.
The Coconut Grove theatre has
been dark during the past five
weeks.
Miss West's play is :i farce in
i which she characterizes an extro-
; vert movie star who manic- a;,
introvert British baronet, perform-
ed by Broadway's Francis Bethen-
i court. Also appearing in the cast
I is Jack LaRue, of the silent movie
days.
The Coconut Grove Playhouse is
open for reservations to daily eve-
ning performances and Wednesday
and Saturday matinees.
Be sure to tell Welcome
Wagon of the arrival of
every new baby in your
life.
H! 84994


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the rellel demaiMM
: July. 1961.
. RMAN Clerk,
ntj Florida
HELEN KES8L.ER,
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IN Ti-E COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR CADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
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NOTICI TO CREDITORS
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Friday. August 11, ]%\
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QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
FREEZER SALE!
There's one sure guide to more enjoyable eating: choose your
meats and poultry at your nearest Food Fair Kosher Meat Store.
You'll get SELECT QUALITY at ECONOMY PRICES, while the cut
and trim assure you of better cooking and tastier meals. For
maximum SAVINGS, stock your freezer during this repeat sale!
CUT AND WRAPPED FOR YOUR FREEZER AT NO EXTRA COST!
BEEF
Forequarters
175 LB. AVERAGE
CHOICE OR PRIME +
49
c
lb.
WHOLE RIB
OF BEEF
CHOICE OR PRIME
59
c
lb.
32 POUND AVERAGE
LAMB
Forequarters
25 LB. AVERAGE
49
BEEF
CHUCK
110 LB. AVERAGE
CHOICE OR PRIME
49
c
lb.
BONELESS TRIMMED
BRISKET
OF BEEF
12 LB. AVERAGE
79
c
lb.
CHUCK OF
LAMB
18 LB.
AVERAGE
43
c
lb.
BABY
Steer Liver
10 LB. AVERAGE
43
C
lb.
YOUNG TOM
TURKEYS
59
c
lb.
16 LBS. AND UP
STOCK YOUR FREEZER NOW AT THESE LOW, LOW PRICES!
NOW SIX KOSHER MEAT STORES TO SERVE YOU EVEN BETTER
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Full Text
Way. August 18, 1961
vJewisf: Fk>/ria/tfon
Page 7 B
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
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
F.CTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IH HKRKKi 11I\ IN that
tlir undei signed I Ii I "
busini mi undei ili fli tltluut l
URAPKRY A.---' 'IATi> al 86."1 H W.
Ird Avi nue, Miami, F on du In to
rk Of
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Flor .i.i
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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
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. D'SSOLUTiON
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
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Programming MORE LIVE Concerts!
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BENJAMIN CHAPNICK
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17, a ..1 Aug 18 -' ume h
New "i r^ and nu
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. '- rnorl il Chapel
\\ i ive.
EDWARD G. EDDY
.; i. ol If ''' I'.' -'I Ml mi learh dl
\:i^ He cai '
from Hartford, i wn a
retire i pharmai l*t. Hun in, ire I
wife, Jane, .in-i thre i ma ftn lce
ii ere In Hartford ivil Newi n l'i
ueral Homn In i irge ill)
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
i'Ini.. and Mt. Sinai H i*pltaJ tlur
liiin^ ir.. her huaband, Jack I... thre.

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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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 beguilin 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 appealing 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, announced 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 Education. Under the supervision ol Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. there is a nursery school for children between the ages of three to six. Sundayschool. Hebrew school, and Hebrew High School. Bar Mitzvah and confirmation classes are pait of the program. This year individual instruction will be given to children of the fourth and fifth grades to accelerate thenstudy program, in addition to his regular class, each child will meet individually with an assigned teacher, the rate of his progress to be determined by his ability to learn Another forward step will be an expanded third made to meet every afternoon instead of the usual 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 combine 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 variations, 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 spinach 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 entirely. This recipe makes one quart 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 Ball 1 Slated Sunday Young Adult Friends of Israel . 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 tarj" ragon vinegar. Whirl half at a I •• in a blender until sm KM b Or grind the peel, green pepper, totest, champagne, and trophies, u cording to Donald Kaplan, presi. Members of the dance committee include Paul Raymond, arrangi ni'l mate. garilc."'and""soated r "bread £•*• Maril >' n Schw,r fine, then add the olive oil and vinegar. This makes about IW CUDS Exclusive Distributors for the South Edelman's Boneless Roast >J8L Turkey Roll If Not Available at YouLocal Jobber Contact ISRAEL SAUSAGE CO. 230 N.W. 5th S, r *t, Miami, FU. FR 3-0721 FR 3-M5 Shelley Schrold. hospitality; jaseph Meyers and Karen Freeman ot a rather thick soup Thin to the | J oor; and GU B*PHP>rt publicity. iesired consistency With water. ,. About one cup should be sufficient Cocfcto '' !" rty Sunday Chill overnight Serve in soup B'nai B'rith Women ot West Hibowls. 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Friday. August 18. 1961 +Jmlsii Fhrkttati Poge 5-A Editor Predicts Soviet Jewry's Demise in Offing Temple Menorah's teen-age leaders are leaving for a ten-day encampment at the Leadership Traininq Institute sponsored by the Conservative congregations in the Southeast re. .on. They will participate in seminars, pro'::om workshops and study groups, and reurn 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 Menorah. 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 years—namely the disappearance of its Jewry." He asserted that only one synagogue remains in even the largest Jewish centers and that these are 1 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 informers among them who would report any untoward act or converj sation." The young people, according to IFlshbein, are completely assimilated, intermarry without hesitation, and will have nothing to 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 sanctuary, social halls. cha| 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 ini 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 newspapers in various cities, including i lucago, Detroit, San Francisco, Washington, Houston, Salt Lake City, Cincinnati, Dayton, St. Louis, PERPETUATE YOUR NAME FOREVER ON ISRAEL'S BAR MITZVA YEAR In T*P Golden Book of 1MJ. 120 Lincoln Rd. Moyshie Friedberg i Rochester (N.Y.), Los Angeles and ; Oklahoma City. 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 reported: '"Almost without a single exception, the men and women interviewed 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 higher-ups. "The margin was very narrow between those who thought Eichmann should be put to death for his crimes and those who thought he should be given life imprisonment. There was a shade more opinion favoring the latter. As to what the court probably will decide: Most persons questeioned believed Eichmann would be found guilty but that his life would be spared. 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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



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the 14J C 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 pepperi 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 granddrcn keep Mrs. Racn •! Katz. president of Beth Tfilah Sistershuttling between here and New York S".e recently ati. 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 Atlanta lor an extended visit to Israel next week This will be a trip abroad for the Ostrovs. and for Nathan, it will be a return to Israel [n addition to their son. Norman, guests will inle Rabbi and Mrs. Max Lipsehitz. the William Strong. y r 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 iof 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 bea1969 I finds her home in Miilburn. N.J., not to.: far from Manhattan. aui ikeeping 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 %  '' researchi at a prominent Chicago medical center, here with her two iren to be with. Lili DuntOV, following the p. her husband, 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. Smathers 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, N but 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 neighbors 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-Acquainted 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 -rd 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 Gift 1 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 vGelernter. Mrs p Sen rg Mrs Sidney LanDavid 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 contrir 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 inscribed 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 Mordec.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 atend the fund Chai Chapter Card Party I chapter of B'nai B'r ,rd part) Vi evening %  Lucerne hot • i • : v a '•' • • etn.


iday. August 18. 1931
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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-
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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
sanctuary, social halls. cha| .
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."
JFK Praises Jewish Agency
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President Kennedy made his
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Friday, August 11, 1961 +Jewisti Meridian Page 3-A Hebrew U. Group Elects Gordon To be President Election of Jack D. Gordon, presij dent of Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn., as president of the South Florida Division of the American Friends of the Hebrew University was announced in New York this week by Daniel G. Ross, national chairman of the board of the American Friends. Gordon, a member of the Dade County School Board, will head the activities of the organization in Greater Miami, Palm Beach, Hollywood, Ft. Lauderdale and Key West. It supports the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Israel's oldest and largest institution of higher learning. Gordon, who visited Hebrew University together with Mrs. Gordon. has served as a housing finance consultant to t h e United States State Department. In the past three I years, he went on three Point Four missions abroad to help solve con-, struction and housing problems in Ethiopia, Costa Rica and Nicara gua. A member of the executive committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Gordon is a member of Temple Beth Sholom and vice president of the South Florida Council of the American Jewish Congress. Active in Mia m i Beach civic affairs, he is past chairman of the Miami Beach Housing Authority, past president of the Washington Avenue Assn., former president of the Miami Beach Better Business Bureau, and a national director of the Better Business Bureau organization. A combat veteran of World War JACK GORDON Israel Will Get No Foreign Aid Continued from Page 1-A !.hould continue to receive develcpment loans and other forms of .conomic aid at levels high though to insure continued develcpment." The Committee stressed that u aid circumstances arise in ., ich Israel again would be in need "I vr;mt aid. the Committee believes that the Administration should deal sympathetically with guch request, it should be, stressed that Israel has struggled i, r liability at great odds in a difi cult area." The Committee pointed out that 'the lack of peace and economic relations with her neighbors has led Israel to make large expcndi-' [j, Gordon has been a Dade county lures for security and survival. Isresident and homeowner since 1940. rael has never received grant millan d is married. He and Mrs. Cor tary aid or defense support under ^on have three children. He is a ZOA Plans 64th Annual Meet In New York Beginning Aug. 31 By Special Report from plans to strengthen Zionism, to measures to be adopted in countering the forces of assimilation in the community, will be projected in the keynote address by Max Bressler, ZOA president, at the opening of the convention. United Fund Unit Names Kovens Cal Kovens has been named chairman of United Fund's Building and Construction Division, it was announced by Edward F. Swenson. jr.. general campaign chairman. The new div ision will include •ontractcrs. building suppliers, engineers and arehitects. Kovens, head of the construction firm that bears Ms name, has lived in Miami since 1949. He has been engaged in building and real estate development throughout Florida. Kovens previously served as cochairman of the Miami Beach NEW YORK — The 64th annual convention of the Zionist Organisation of America will be held Aug. 31 through Sept. 3 at the Hotel Waldorf Astoria here, with an exj pected attendance of some 1.200 delegates and alternates represen\ ting close to 600 chapters in 44 j states, according to an announce-! Brcssler returned last Sunday ment bv Harold W. Carmely. naevening from Jerusalem, where he tional ZOA convention chairman. h i tad > a l r Z0A delegation to the 10th anniversary Israel Bond Coinciding with the Bar Mitzvah leaders conference and also conYear of the State of Israel, the ferred with top Israeli leaders. The ZOA convention will be dedicated conference was also attended by to the theme: "A Common HeriRabbi I. Usher Kirshblum, national tage—American and Israel DemocZOA bond chairman racy." Its four-day sessions will be given over to discussions and acTop-ranking figures in the world tion relating to the most crucial Zionist movement, as well as in issues facing the Zionist movement i all walks of American Jewish and today and the formulation of plans civic life, will address the plenary to meet the increasing responsisessions on topics comprising the bilities assumed by the ZOA in major items on the convention American Jewish life. The vital issues to come up at the convention sessions, ranging agenda. These will include American policy in the Middle Bast, ,Aliyah. Hebrew education. Israel investments, increased participa; tion in Israel fund-raising efforts, economic development of Israel, and the role ol the ZOA on the American Jewish scene. A feature of the convention deBuilders' Division of the United Fund, the Combined \Jcwish Appeal, and Mt. Sinai Hospital development Fund He is also chairman of the board | liberations will be an Oneg Shabof trustees of North Miami Genbat symposium on -Jewish Peoplecral Hospital. hood." World-renowned Cantor Kovens is a member of the I Abraham Wilkomirsky. of Israel, board of trustees of Temple Israel | now on a visit to this country, will of Greater Miami, and a director be soloist at the opennig session of the U.S. Committee for Sports and conduct the Sabbath religious in Israel. services. Ih.i Mutual Security Program. Beth tmeth Social -'. 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raz& 8-A Kkmhto fkridtfcir 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,n 8 backward to! Gypsies, and the killing of the crimes against humanity were committed in the course of these transports." According to Dr ServaUus. Eichmaaa 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 "misOne by one, he attempted to de-; w nen tnest ac,s were coramiW I ; the international militarv :Tlolisn eacn of ,ne t unls in the Furthermore, they were not com-murder 0 f Jews, he had nothing to t: unal trying them If the proseindictment. Not one of the counts mitted on territory later to become do with transferring to Germany ( ons arguments about Ei cn had been proven he contended. Th,' Israel." 'gold teeth and hair taken from murrr.•ni's responsibility were to be : prosecution he said, had not sub-' iered Jews, he had no hand in the %  pcei, the attoineinsisted mit t e d 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 ( E ichniMro to causing "He ill-treattfter completing his rejection ol inent deportation and murder ol \ ,. the 15 points in the tndictth( world." machinery, he continued, had mis1 used these organizations. Collective .'. hat the prosecution says is unishment for membership in the < •• he continued with sarN.,zi organization or the SS, he in( n, "I in all the Nazis still be• -oi, is "inconsistent with interi' 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 ma iy sls of the istim >n> by the •edition, both thr ugh eyewttversion 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 mornr s sourt session. Dr. Servatius' ted )y asking the court's perSion to submit • • mtS concerning According to Dr. Servatius, the prosecution had failed to establish the last two counts in the indictment, which charged Eichmann 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. Servatius declared the illegality was based on a law adopted by Israel'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 arr .' _,.. | ,.. documentSi r;o he d( are ted ible" as val : stim nj A con-involving crimmalitj rebeca se the Kazii lating to the confiscation of Jewish ts "had theu wi property, he said, cannot be conBl : interests I sal juar sidered. as charged, a crime jams imata 1"eminently humanity, because such actcome as a scapegoat.' under the heading of loot or thefl even if committed. Israel's parThe attorney challenged Israel's iiamentary enactment calling these acts criminal, he said, are contrary io international law which limits crimes against humanity to mura improsecu ipu-acy Then, leading from c jmmitted through deportations. %  lon had not proved lha! E r chmann n< s m front of him he tackled the Ike uprooting of populations in Po-| h imsclf had ap p r0 priated 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 awitnesses, 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 lawyer 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 case—a Solomonic ment which will show to the nations 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 elected 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 governors are Mrs. Bunny Jacobson. Uberto Orvieto, Larry Niditch. James Kahn, Dan Wagner, Bernard Demsky. Henry Taubes. Joseph Consentino. Henry Jacobson. 1 James Rosen, Norman Rothstein. Chairman of the board of governors 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 regime. Dr. Servatius declared. Eichmann tried actively to help the Jews of Germany, When wartime orders tightened the Nazi actions affecting the Jews, he held. Eichmann simply acted under such orders. If crimes were commit'.'' he insisted, higher authorities were to blame. Eichmann was not the man assigned by Hitler to implement 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 developed 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 perform all duties in the field of transport. 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Page 4-A +Je*isti fkrkBaft Friday. August 11. 1961 "Jewish Flondian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor ISRAEL BUREAU Telephone 4-2861 202 Ben Yehuda — Tel Aviv, Israel RAY U. BINDER Correspondent Published every Friday since 1*27 by The Jewish Floridlan at 120 N.E. Sixth Street. Miami 1. Florida. Second -Class Tostaffe Paid at Miami, Florida. The Jewish Flondian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service, National Editorial Assn., American Assn. of English-Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida Press Assn. The .Invish Floildlan does not guarantee the Kashruth of the mi nahandlsiadvertised jn its columns s u BT? STPT^N 'HATES':" Local Area One Year $5 00 Three Years $10.00 Out of Town Upon Request Volume 34 Number 32 29 Ab 5721 Friday. August 11. 1961 Israel's Election Tuesday Israelis are reputed to be ardent participants in their country's political liie. A worn witticism tells the tale best: Where there are three Israelis, there are four political parties. Eut news from the young republic predicts a sluggish national election next Tuesday. Thus far, little interest has been shown in the race, and some observers feel that many voters will stay away from the cc"s. Certainly, no one can blcme the issues. They will be as vital after the election as they were before. Indeed, the issues remain the seme ones which Israelis have repeatedly debated in the past; and it is likely that these issues will continue to be the center of interest for Israel during the years ahead. If the predictions are accurate, and voting is light on Tuesday, it will be the campaign, itself, that must take the blame. The issues may be vital, but the election is not. The election is a synthetic by-product of the political feud between Prime Minister Ben-Gurion and the man he ousted as secretary general of Histadrut. former Defense Minister Pinhas Lavon. Thus, many Israelis instinctively feel that they are being called upon to make a choice without the opportunity of choosing — that however vital the issues at stake, none of them includes the guestion central to the election in the first instance. Neither can the guestion be a part of Israeli debate at this time — unless the young republic would today be willing to challenge the very basis of its political and economic structure. In causing the government to topple and forcing the Aug. 15 election, this is precisely what Mr. Ben-Gurion has done. His vision of Israel's future changed, he has in a very real sense rejected what he once held dear: a Jewish State solidly ensconced on its original scaffold, at the vital center of which stood Histadrut. But Israelis do not seem to be rallying to his cause. They have repeatedly rejected his demands for electoral reform, and they are at least for the moment turning him down in his reevaluation of Histadrut. An astute politician who recognizes that his own survival is necessary to the ultimate advancement of his beliefs, Mr. Ben-Gurion has therefore shunned a frank debate of the guestion he raised himself. The election Tuesday is thus a mechanical process which the country must bear as a consequence of the Prime Minister's earlier daring, but without the opportunity to affirm or refuse his motives. Whether or not the majority of Israelis would back him today is difficult to say. Perhaps Mr. Ben-Gurion's unwillingness to stake his political life on it provides some of the answer. In any event, the reported national apathy is in a strong sense a reflection of Israel's growing political sophistication. Israelis do not seem as willing as before to rush to the polls at a moment's notice. They do not have to prove the mettle of their democracy in democratic procedure. Ideologic reflection is. itself, *e greatest part of a free people's existence', ond Israelis are finding that it is unnecessary to yote everytime the examination of an issue yie.'ds no direct or immediate resolution Perhaps, after all, three Israelis today are only three political parties instead of four, and in a nearer future than for which even Mr. BenGurion hopes, three Israelis will finally mean just two parties — a consequence emerging out of evolution rather than election. Wailing tor the Vtrikt House, the State Department pulled its horns in through the remainder of the winter and all of the spring. But summer brought a fullflowering of former State Department attitudes. Entrenched Department interests expected a shakeup and redirection. Mr. Kennedy had promised both. When none came, the bold became bolder. As the general international situation worsened. State Department policy for the Middle East emerged from hiding to resume its ineguities and errors — and even to surpass them. At this time, it is still difficult to say whether Mr. Kennedy maintains his counsel because he is otherwise engaged. Neither can it therefore be argued that the State Department has the President's full sanction in the current U.S. handling of the Israel-Arab dilemma. But observers who feel that things are worse than before do not exaggerate. Some openly dream of the days of Dulles as an era that was more desirable than the current reign of Rusk. And what with the government selling "weather" rockets to Nasser, and the State Department directing the line of debate in Congress over Foreign Aid. who can reason that they are wrong? The Change that Was Not I seems more and more self-evident that the change in administration has meant little 2J5 ^hanqe in U.S. foreign policy for the Middle East. With Mr. Kennedy installed into the White Rockwell Gets Message The action of the Arlington, Va., community against George Lincoln Rockwell and his Nazi Party is commended by every decentminded American. The "stormtroopers" who detained a 13year-o.d Jewish youth are now paying for their deed with year-long sentences at hard labor. But this was the decision of a judge sitting m an American court of law. How Arlinqton. itself, feels is not the result of judicial decree. Arlington's anger is the reflection of a democratic-spirited community which, on a non-sectarian basis, is telling Rockwell and his henchmen to get out. So are all Americans doing the same, and he judge who sentenced the culprits to hard labor is telling the counterfeit Nazis that thev mean it. 7 The Active Realm of Science In an Otherwise Active State By PHILIP GILLON A S SCIENCE PROBES its way out to the uttermost stars and into the innermost secrets of the electron, the gap between the scientist and the layman becomes ever wider and more dangerous. The average citizen is vaguely aware that the men ir the laboratories are I developing .$Jupiidtie>-pewejs fcjBrcatie-or destruction, but he does not know who is to control these forces which are destined to determine the future of mankind. Israelis are justly proud of the phenonmenal progrei.5 made by the country's scientists in the thirteen years of the State's existence. The scientists themselves resolved that they would not be isolated from other citizens in ivory towers, and so they formed the Assn. for the Advancement of Science in Israel, primarily to explain science and the scientist to the man in the street. The Association held its fourth and most ambitious Congress at the Weizmann Institute of Science at Rchovoth during the spring of 1961. The proceedings were attended by a thousand scientists engaged in twenty-one different disciplines, and by hundred'of laymen. The scientific societies synchronized their periodical meetings to coincide. This had the important advantage ot enabling scientists lo find out what research is being done by their c< eagues; In an age cf supor-specis!i7at;o!i. the same problem m. approached from different angles, and the experts found much en life in Israel during the next decade; they uscci non-technical Ian) ..nd managed to give their audiences vi\ ressions of the shape'of things to come. %  :-:-iMSERVATtCNS Of BEACHES BROF. AARCN B. HORWITZ, of the Israel Institute of Technology %  in Haifa, described the probable trends the development of the country's cites, villages and rural communities. S tnewhal to the surprise of many of bis listeners, he devotee! a major part of his address to a passionate plea lor the preservation of the country's natural beauty spots. He pointed out that Israel. althou, SO small, has an astonishing range of climate, vegetation and scenery, but the pressure of rapidly increasing population may mar some of these glories unless precautions are taken immediately. He demanded that the long beaches running from Nahariya to Ashkelon should be declared National Parks ar.ei that building contractors should be denied the right to excavate sea-land. Trees by the roadside, he said, are lovelier than billboards. Americans had sc vast a country that they had been able to move from any ruined beauty spot to one intact, a latitude which Israel would not be able to emulate. In Israel's towns, more care would have to be given to planning adequate roads to avoid the strangulation of tralfic and he suggested that the smaller towns should be enlarged to provide citizens with the minimum transport and social, cultural and other amenities. Prof. M. Arens. also from the Technion, dealt with air transportation around the earth during the next ten years. He pointed out that any prediction must be qualified by considerations of man-made boundaries, as well as by technical possibilities. Anyhow, it takes four to eight years to develop a new commercial aircraft. His possibly disappointed listeners were told that in the circumstances there was little prospect of their being hurled around the globe in the near future in inter-continental missiles. Instead, they would travel in conventional jet-aircraft, but cruising speeds would probablv rise to a maximum of 2,700 miles per hour. -• -i->• KAIN IN HASH HOODS BROF. MICHAEL EVENARI. of the Department of Botany of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, started his look into the future by going back two raillenia to the time of the Nabataeans The dominant problem of Israel is water. It is already clear that the country's development will be limited by the available water supply, even after the completion of the Jordan project. Prof. Evenari. worrying about water, became profoundly intrigued by the mvstery of how the Nabataeans. those master hydrologists, had tilled the Negev deserts two thousand years ago, despite an average annual rainfall as low as two or three inches This rain comes in winter flash-floods. Reliving the past Prof Evenari developed two Nabataean farms in the Negev Highlands on the principle of catchment areas used by the ancients. This means that the farm is placed in a valley below such an area, and all the storm water is captured instead of flowing unused down the wadis and is channeled by furrows and dam-terraces. Prof Evenari has found that 20 to 40 percent of it can be used profitably, obtaining the effect on the farm of a rainfall ten times greater than is actually is. SCIENCE TEACHING IN MAIL S?'T T "', 0f ,he Rogoff Medical ^search Institute of the Labor rir, n I Un 'v Ullined ,he earch for 8Ctive chemo-thcrapeutic drugs in the fight against cancer. The search has been mainly empirical as the metabolism oi tumors is not ye: sufficiently known to h PH filn T „ y r a 0na a P proach Although seme substances have ,o hi hn" !*S* adversel >' a fpc 'he tumor, they also cause damage mrd II nd i T 1$lanCe l con,inu l admmistration often devel mnro a t ?' however, that modifications of the drugs and a I" ad ? nC ed understanding of tumor metabolism would lead to more successful treatment. for fUfSZSl d3> l ,h6 Conpress 'M devoted tc symposia on food "on new Hrr 8 W Or,d P ? pula,ions !" w methods in science educaba ic nrnhtnf"• T"* ^^ a d ,hcir use in &*•&. edicine and lavman w t V H ?*" P*** Perhaps ,he moM '"teresting to th< The?ua Lil* d,SCUSS,on cn te "hing science in Israel, schools classr^m/fnH a a ^ e fT em ,hat il is difficul1 ^e people in the ments^hiehr? H abora,ori to keep abreast of new develop ments which proceed at breath-taking speed re e ard OS t S o b ihv Wa>S f im P rovin teaching techniques, particularlyin cem? n If, r" 0 f battd B was decidtd 'o experiment With es InSituef T^h 5 Pr f JCrr ld Z harias. of the Massaehu arrange rl.? Q Technology, and the Association will continue to to"rsS,h?ri S "T tr t0UmS f0r ***** "<*" *"d pupils and tours of the rex arch reactor at Nahal Sorek attended mp l JL i,nal *T ?{ the Con g r ess. participant! and visitors o Israel SfH W^ ,he one and twenty scientific SOCieti. live red and LcT/^ r^"' "" 3 V3St Variet f *jectl. •• formed Israe s, i n, f u^ f Und thc !" *** f %  %  lormed Israel scientifictrim Organization of special appeal.



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Page 8-A + kwi*t narMtor) Friday, August 11. 1961 HOLDS DISTINGUISHED SERVICE CROSS War Hero May Head New Chapter A. HiNRY KAUffMAN .. may assume commandership the Guild of Professional Photographers of Philadelphia. But his interest in veterans' affairs continued long after his mustering out. He organized the Jewish Veterans League of Pennsylvania in 1919. which is today known as Post 13 ol th-? Jewish War Veterans of the United Slates. He also organized Post 7 in Philadelphia of the Legion of Valor, and served as its commander for two terms Today. Kauffman is the only holder of the Distinguished Service Cross on Miami Beach. Last year authorized by then national commander of the Legion of Valor Paul H. Hines to organize a Florida chapter, Kauffman will most probably assume the commandership of the chapter when officers are elected and installed here during the Legion's convention. Kauffman's wife today shares his ardent identification with veteran programs. As Kauffman sees it. war is a strange leveler of h*imanit\. •"There are no races, colors or creeds in war's impact on men," he says "Neither are there such distinctions when it comes to bravery in battle." Scheduled to address the an nu.:) banquet will be Lt. Gen. Frank Bogart. comptroller of the L'.S. Air Force, sent here by President Kennedy for that purpose. Also addressing the banquet will be Miami Beach Mayor Kenneth Oka. Among the decorated veterans from 50 states who will also attend the convention are Eddie Rickenbacker. Audie Murphy, the most decorated soldier of World War II. Charles E. "Commando" Kelly. Sen. Spessard Holland, and Miami Herald columnist Jack Bell. A Florida chapter of the Legion of Valor of the United States oi America is in the process of being organized, and will be unveiled at the 71st annual reunion oi the Legion bar* The reunion opens Monday, and will run through Wednesday, with sessions scheduled at the Barcelona hotel. A. Henry Kai-ffman, of 3191 Sheridan ave., Miami Beach, is ir charge of charter activity for the Florida chapter, which will be known as Post 25. Kauffman, a retired professional photographer who came here from Philadelphia 12 years ago, holds the Distinguished Service Cross. Some COO decorated war heroes art expected here to attend the convention. Members of the orization include veterans of both World Wars hold Congressional Medal of Honor and Distinguished Service and Navy Crosses. Kauffman. a buck private m World War I. was attached to Battery F of the 7th Field Artillery He won his DSC after an encounter with a German contingent en May 28. 1918 in Cantieny. Franc?. Kauffman remained at his gun alter German shells felled three GI's surrounding him and despite the fact that he lost a finger and sustained other si vere wounds in the explosion, j After spending weeks in a hos-1 pital in Nantes. France, win n he was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross for valor in action, Kauffman was reassigned, to an outfit in the St. Miniel and Meuse-Argonne engagements. Mustered out of the army u May. 1919. Kauffman again saw JERUSALEM — (JTA) — Police an uncle, took the nine-year-old action as a (oast Guard>man announced last week the arrest of boy to England after testifying randuring World War 11. three members of an Orthodox setder oath in Israel that he had no In Philadelphia, Kauffman be;k mi m (,n suspicion they hid Yosknowledge of the boys wherecame known as an artist phoiog^''e Schumacher, a boy kidnaped abouts. rapher, and won awards for his by hls O r h d x grandfather a year Grandfather Naehman Starkes. work in London, New York, and ^ and S H 0, restorcd l h'V who spent a year in jail for refusChicago. He founded and served P ,renl8 | ing to return the boy to his paras the first president and chairThe arrests were announced. "its. and who is scheduled to go man of the board of critics of amid reports that Sholom Starkes, back to prison Tuesday after tailing to produce the child during a conditional suspension of his sentence, has appealed repeatedly to Chiel Rabbi Yitzhak Nissim, proposing a Din Torah (Religious Tribunal) ruling on the tuture of the child. The grandfather spirited the child away out of fear he would not receive a sufficiently Orthodox upbringing from his parents. Police learned that Yossele's uncle tvd him in the Agudat Israel-affiliated Komemiut settlement in the northern Negev and investigated. The arrest for the three members followed. Israel police said they would ask a court declaration that the uncle lied under oath so they can issue a warrant for his arrest and formally initiate proceedings for the uncle's extradition from London where he is teaching in a Lubavitcher Yeshiva. Police Arrest 3 Orthodox Jews on Kidnaping Charge See Europe, Greece and Israel for only $21 a day! S.S. 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For those who wish it, authentic Kosher meals will also be available. Sail from New York or Florida. The cruise leaves New York City Oct. 6 and Port Everglades, Fla., on Oct. 8...returning to New York on Nov. 9, 1961. For more details about this fabulous cruise, see vour Travel Agent. Or write to American Export Lines. Dept. *M, Ainslev Bldg Flagler St. and N.E, First Ave.. Mipmi Florida. •$tIt, il If** vrtft tv tU* aboard ihip dun-i (A. /arW vutt. S.S. ATLANTIC i6m& &5&M#i The attorney of the parents said that two members of the Starke's family in England notified him that they were coming to Israel to provide information to police on I the kidnaping. He said the relatives had called -the uncle before 1 British Chief Rabbi Israel Brodie but the uncle refused to tell the Chief Rabbi of the child's where• abouts on grounds he would never testify against his own father. 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Frge 4-A +Je*isi> ttrrMinr Friday. August 18. 1961 "Jewish Flor idian OfTOE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 PuhlMiecl UYttf Friday si-ire 1T bv The Jewish Fliridian at l?" N i: sixth str.—:. Miami 1, Florida BaCDDd-CI i-r..st:utPaid at .Miami. Florida. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide New* Service. National Editorial Assn.. American Assn. of English-Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida Prest" Assn. during the week ... as i see it fay LEO MINDLIN FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor ISRAEL BUREAU Telephone 4 2861 202 Ben Yehuda — Tel Aviv. Israel RAY U. BINDER Correspondent The Jewlal i Idlan dosn noi % %  %  antae the Kaahruth "f th* •iit-irhnndist" adwr! >. %  I In its colunn. ITU —• — SUtrsCfflPTIO Local Area One Year SS.00 Three Years $10.30 Out of Town Upon Request Volume 34 6 Elul 5721 Friday, August 18. 1961 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 poslthe subversive list U is a questionable 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 shortcomings; 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 hooligans would be irretrievably doomed had Mr. Kennedy stigmatized them as officially subversive. Clearly, the sophisticated citizen does not require the clue of governmental stigma to recognize the purposes and intent of the American 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. Kennedy's reasoning — may. indeed, have anticipated 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 ; : n l'. 3ta I led 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, remams 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 inCiude nlockade. b.acklistir.g. and threats of military destruction. About this. Mr. Rusk and our State Deportmjnt 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 litANYTIME IN AfYVBUNDS tie interest in their fifth general election since the Jewish Stale's establishment as an independent 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 distaste 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 opponents 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 country 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). William Zuckerman declares that the Eichmann trial representj the latest manifestation of Israel's "anti-Goyism," As he sees it. 'the producers of the Eichmann show nave managed to revive the memory 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 s onal 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 thing, or wculd be. if it weren't as smug and intransigent as he consistently 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 Newsletter 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 attorney, has let the world know that he was pleasantly surprised by his treatment in Israel 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, T ORT ,S Vl w Mr z "kerman sadly quotes from Paul mtiilSJr.i" ""S Uader f July 31 ,hat b ru,al an ^.slic SnnS ,K .V S P SSlble m the 20th cen,ur ? even amo "S 'civil.zedpeople, that Western countries are willing to allow Jewish refugees 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 wher r e ',„" *"* 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. ZuckerJacobs' ^Vr/h 8 y r ^ ,era,eS h S View Cf ,he trial in.terms of ann-Goy.sm •• UIldcrsland n g 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 scatPerished 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-So m iti^ m of the complete coi.ap s e of morality and civilization ." •:• ... ABSU1DI7Y Of HIS CONCLUSIONS | T wSf Tn S T K m that b0t ,Cralit v and civilization are doing o la a rt "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, n 3 ^ "?* he wishes, but he w,U mann trial ch^L/tu svmpath v <>ward the motives of the I cry of "CruXwi U0W S g perM,,,al Htoetoa on the historic i understan^thS !" ; T, UC ^ h m Concl " ,hat 'w •"OWed > F.cnmmn And,, • f I !" ****, the advent of the ant, ( r.rist of te trial hS fL ^^ "^^that the Jacob, it voe a n Vhr'' "' P Mib,e Va, i,l V Prof VaIe nia > NotwiUisuXg, n?b^mhSe3 ?&, be 7 s h ock ^ *Jews reject it fial: j, has ronfirr.' 1 d,,0r Zuckl rman concludes about the master propagandists •" ,he g neral '* ,ha Israelis ho^a:s in z 1 xiSo7tav;f l n ,,rd ; n^ vohu ri n ot navit II, only to find a smokinf Continued on Page 6 A



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Page 2-A +Jmisii fBorkAaun Friday. August 11, 19£1 Fall Building Fund Program Being Mapped by Cedars of Lebanon Hospital A fall program ot building fund \uxiliary, "Inch will include a inactivity in behalf of Cedars ol bute to Mrs. Nathaniel M. Levin. Lebanon Hospital is being planned Auxiliary president. i)> hospital officials, according to a,joint ApppuncftEpiftnl .by.Qedars president, Samuel T. Sapiro, and E. Albert PallOt, development fund chairman. First event will be an open house tour of Cedars during the first week ol October, hosted bj the Women On Oct. 11, Coral Way Jewish Center will host a hospital dinner. "Before the campaign is over, we anticipate that every Temple in Miami will host a Cedars of Lebanon dinner," said Pallet. Photos by Karsh In Beach Exhibit A photographic exhibit, "Pur"The Golden Gifl ol Guardianship," will be ihe theme ot a testi monial luncheon in honor ot Godmothers and hie guardians planned by the Women's Auxiliary for \.>\ ID Mrs Stanley <.'. Mye', will be L hairman, and Mrs Samuel T. Satraits of Greatness." by Vousel p ro wiil gerve as honorary ehairKarsh of Ottawa, opens at the Minun. ami Beach Art tenter. 2100 Col* .-ones ot breakfast, and eoeklins ave.. on Monday, and will eon tail parties will be hosted throughiinue through Aug. 30. l ,; the fail l) > physicans on the Cedars medical staff, trustee-. OfConsidered one of the greatest; fjcials, and other Mlamians. photographers of all time. Karsh climixing the |a „ campaIs n wl „ Congressional Body Indicates Stand on Arab Refugee Dilemma MAYOR HIGH bf the president's inaugural banquet on Dec. 13 "By that time." Pallot said, "we have lull confidence that the community will have responded with contributions placing the campaign total in excess of $2 million." Reassessment Wiil be Aired is credited with having portrayed more celebrated men and women than any other of his contempora ries. The exhibition consists of 73 portraits all of which were reproduced in Karsh's book. "Portraits ol Greatness." published in i960 Among famous subjects are Churchill. Queen Elizabeth II. Albert Schweitzer, Helen Keller. Albert Einstein, Katherme Cornell. Rogers and HanMiiersten. the Rainiers Jascha Heifetz, Jacob Epstein, Tne !l -> ni1 con ot reass ->men: Prime .Minister Nehru. Pope John. '" be presented at a public meetXXIII, the late Earnest Heming >ng Monday evening at the N ir way. and a bust • >; other prominent mandy Isle Branch of Washington personalities in ai: uaik.> or interFederal Savings and Loan Assn national life Citizens Action Leagu is the soring organizati in %  John > former Metro commissioner. Boh Daiv, Metro consultant, and Sam Rivkind, executive director of the Reso"t Hoi Lssn. will be gue<: speakers. Hendrik Berns ichairman ot ihe evenin L0NG-D1STANCI MOVERS DAILY PICK-UPS New York, New jer ley, Philadelphia, Baltimore. Washington, Boston — alt other points. DIAL JE 8 8353 N. Lleberman Sons 655 COLLINS AVE. 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I "' 4 092 PHONES: f m 4 ^ )022 Plan Testimonial To Help Finish Memorial Wing Culminating the deep-rooted desire Of the late Miami Mayor Abe Aronovrz to build the non-profit, non sectarian Cedars ot" Lebanon Hospital, a testimonial dinner is being planned for Dec. 13 in honor D! Mayor Rooert Kin^ High for the enefit of the Aronovitz Memorial Pavilion in Cedars Hospital. Samuel T. Saol.-j. president ot Cedars, .ir:n.-.;n.i\! ;'.uweek. "The testimonial to Mayor High will play a vita! part in the comp tion if th< fourth floor Aronovitz ivili in," Sap;r i A chairman of the dinner and an internationally prominent political leader as guest speaker will both be announced shortly, help complete the fourth dors ol Lebanon Hospital an,i : • .,.. the \be \ vitz \: m ... Ion. The m iyii' is lain '.ii; ol the Aronovitz memorial pavilion committee, a group of uo business and civic eaders lending support to this project. Praise for Mayor High's eftorts Iin behalf of the Aronovitz Pavilion has been received from ali over Dade county and a< far south as Ke> West, where Sheriff John SpottSWOOd has voiunteere 1 Us support to both the memorial and the mayor's testimonial dinner. The Aronovitz Memorial Pavilion vvill require an additional $273,000 for completion of construction and purchase of equipment. When c >m oleted. the pavilion will be de\ to the study and treatment of heart diseases. Continued from Pae 1-A gram, nevertheless, progress toward a final solution r*mains regretfully s ow. The Committee • '• thai the inly favoi • durng Ihe pas! • r were I real process i n the cation ot UNRWA reliel rolls I (2) the ex-, )anik'il pro vocational raining "\U ii th i Commitl continues to 5U] program, i! i> (i tii. opini in • tat more \ .-i orous action is i br ng ihe refugee probl i in act ep a le and early soil '.he report -aid. 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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 number 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 lawlessness 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 mission—adventurer, mercenary, or fanatic—will 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>_ -vvAS 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 workers 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 suggest 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 Russian;. 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 Communists, 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 consequences 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 chairmanship of Dr. Nahum Goldmann to hear a report on the results of his in nations with the Vienna Government on restitution to Austrian victims of Nazi persecution. Dr., Goldmann noted that the overwhelming majority of organizations 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 deposited in Switzerland by European Jews before the Second World War and in the early years of the war, and which became heirless property when the owners fel! victim to Nazi persecution. He said such a law would probably 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 victimof Nazi-m who left Eastern Europe after 1953. The executive also discussed the situation of the Zionist organization of France It was decided to make an effort to establish a broad confederation of all Zionist particand 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-SCAT C'i IS THE C'RC. SOURT :THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ~ I" C-F FLORIOi IN *Nr 0 3 :-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 Answei 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 thComplaint. 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 following 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 inth Fl...>r at tot Eas| Flagler Street, Miami 32, Florida, 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= 3CATION 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 hereby 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 i 1 %  i ling in tht 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 1-1 1-18 _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* 4f u sWewkFols)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 nbefore the 8th day of September a If \ ou f 'il to d %  '. .IUJKIIII... 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 IMilo the whereabouts "f the said MAR JORIE M % %  l.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--iHi in Bank Bldg M ml 12 Fl rida i/U-| 'i Controversial Film Slated The controversial film, "Operation 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. 53'1S 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 -icTV JE ELEVENTH JUDlC'A ? }F FLORIDA IN ANO s *R Z 3COUNTY. 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 dof Dade %  % %  int) PI and you req red to fill • i m Bwer with 'hClerk 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 •hundersigned! 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 FL o R %  o A IN n: ?i= COUNTY N JHANCERV, %  %  De 1 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 Ilagler 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



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Friday, August 18. 1961 'Jew!st>fhridiar Page 13-A SAVINGS OF FATHERS Svx \Tlie t2ealm Of KJWII lami s %4 C ip 1:1 Mostt received the Torah on s n .ii .4'iJ handed '• doiOTI to Joshuj /. % %  hu• ') They Mid three ,1 irtgj; Be deliberate in mdgm.Mit. ee f.ir fr'-i a bad neighbor; diso• c ,; 0 ; t • U'ic^ed <"id And i noi the belie/ m retribution. • • • \ --c 9 Simeon %  • S I He wo '•' %  • %  • ; ; ... • • %  %  I ,, with I || rd:ii; Hi!i ind %  •••l d ions jCife \ • %  %  sJ{J re* itures, the on\-eri/ation n n ? ? ? n ; g r; 2313 "713 pi" 3.11 T-l T • I %  %  -33. .310.1.U-OJlKn\"12£f3 Din 1 ? oriiK trppin ntfirm pm ntaixn "3-o .o-73m r-: T"it ... T -.D-3-Oni ,-IW 3-0 ^30 on ni"7K:-irr,i niswri .1X D"j?Tm 0*133 ,0"3-IK niaiKi TTW o-ooin oi3 .0311 (8.000) O-D^N T • T •; n i 7N~o-wy'7 iv notfn -*ii?3 D-pn*?i oin (2 0.000) -in 4 ? ninn-n-3 Dipa-ng "^ njjioyn jnan ^33 .o-p .ninstfa-^sn nix OwVto rmas ma nKxina) 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. "Justice, Justice, shalt thou pursue." The duplication of the wor "Justice brings out. u th {real emphasis, the supreme dutj of even-handed 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 explained this insis f on Jus tice, Justice" to Impl.. "D • use unjus! mean: %  ," or o use a m id nva "The end does not ju Man is jlo %  %  ilopj %  il justice is str enough, to ti ium itn ml i resorting to in in the eyos ot th? prophet, a divine, 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 cannot 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 human personality be respected in every human being—the prisoner of war, the delinquent, the criminal condemned to death. It is thus obvious that the idea of Justice in Hebrew is akin to holiness. 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 synonymous with the realization of God's kingdom on earth. s e r v i c e s ejhi 0 (AJ e e h e n d Information to be included in the Religious Services column must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later thajj Frifii>y„a.m^.prece.dioa the week of publication. All releases 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 cultiin^ 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 duims. It is now intended to inase this area to 20.000 dunams M t up in the neighborhood a rdage factory. In this way. emoyment will be given to huneds 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 collectors exclaim: "Charity rescues from death." This can be taken to mean that the sight of death should induce th; onlookers to give charity as a means >f prolonging their own lives. It is also understood to mean that the chanty given at that moment will spare the deceased from dying spiritually, once he has already passed away physicidly. Because of the chanty given at his funeral, the soul of the deceased 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 charity indicatesthat 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 person. ..i This page, ii prepared in co% operation with the Spiritual Leaders of the Greater Miami RabbinCdl Assn. RABHI MAX A. LIPSCHITZ Coordinator Contributor RABBI SOLOMON BCKIFS Gems of Wisdom Why do some people repeat the Memorial Prayer "Kel Mole Rachamim" at the graveside a number of times? This" is usually done in response to pledges of charity given by vai rious people for groups or organizations. Actually this prayer is based upon a contribution of chariity. 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" shorter on th* Sabbath than it is during the week? The Shmoneh Esreh of the weekI 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 avCor.servat ve Rabbi N !" an Snapiro. Canto A/lllium XV. i_iason. — • — BETH EL ;. 3 SW ITtll ae Orthodox o.ibbi S-'ooi-%  'f I' .i s. %  %  BETH EMETH, '. 2nd ave. Consi'ra:iv-. Ra x Shap.ro Cantor H rr in Fein %  %  : > %  ... %  tfll'l M %  Hen BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Pr>!r* av. Orthodox Rajoi H. LOus Ra-.tman • 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. • BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave Orthodox. Julio* Sapero, president. • %  — 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 Kirscheniimtm. 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. __ • CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Strasifeld. CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER. 8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gerahon Levin. Kriduy S:*S p.m. Safrrta' '•' :i m. s. rmon: "Thou Shah Not Reepeet Per•OBH." llirui.i. Bar Mit?...iii. All. ii. %  on of Mr and Mrs. Qabrlel Qruber. • DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd at. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Eroanuel Mandal. Friday 8:30 j> m Rabbi Kiehtrr will review "The t.st of th.Juet." Baturda> 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. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross. a — HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1150 W. 68th st.. Hialeah. 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. • MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION. 1101 SW 12th ave. Traditional. Cantor Fred Bernstein. • OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weberman. e SEPHAROIC JEWISH CENTER. 645 Coll.ns ave. Cantor S. Nachmias. — • •OUTHWEST CENTER. 8438 SW 8th st. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. • TEMPLE AOATH YESHURUN. 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd. RabbMax Zucker. i"i Idas Knekjey ..:. p.m. SermoR: "Our Purpose. %  > TEMPLE 1 c .Th A.-'/. 5850 N. Kendall dr., S Miami. Rerorm Raobi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. • — TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. • TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Sun ; land Hall. 11539 So. Dix'e hwy. Recon. structionist. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. e TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative IV..I ^ s p.m Baturda) B a.m. Rabbi .amuel Mendelowlta will offli lati. l .-.-i.-;.l i i > i"nt..r i..\\ Alsenatadt. •— 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. — e TEMPLE iSRMfck. 137 NE 19th •*_ GEMS OF WISDOM The road is predestined but the ifdv tre ivdl^ it. tl ide with u>hi< •. bear un oj i • \ %  : Itli %  V IJ r.VLMI • • • V me;, and we • M. feet a ; fate, they '^ad him to u'he HAM A • • • / i enl\ (>.-'iete that i/ il u : • rain dollars from : :;i e-.. '-he coins would only ^noc^t holes m m> 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 education program for children from 5 to 15 years of age. The program is under the supervision of Rabbl Lionel Feldman. Teachers are licensed by the Bureau of Jewish Education. Registration is being taken daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.. and on Fridays and Sundays from 9 a.m. to noon. Reform. Rabb' Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. • — 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 Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. e TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. ana) Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi. tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Santuel Qombera. • — 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 Waxman. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb. e — TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Rnbh ; ^-"han Zwitman. Cantor 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., Larry a son of Mr. and Mrs S ymoui Eabln. — e — VOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171st St. Orthoi-ix. Raobi Sherwin Stauber. nmi-i:":': '' iiMiiiinm I ^ CANDLlLIGHTING TIME 6 Dul — 6:40 p.m. ;ii;riiiiiiiimiii | iiiiraminim-"iii


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' Page 12-A vJmisti ncrkfian Friday, August 11. 1961, LETTER TO THE EDITOR Capitalism and Communism Clarified EDITOR. The Jewish Floridian: People simply do not understand in a concise way the issues at stake in the, idecdagica-r battle beUveen East and West. A letter below, addressed t o Nikita Khrushchev, hopefully explains what the issues are: Nikita Khrusncnev First Secretary, Communist Party Kremlin. Moscow Russia Sir: In these turbulent times when every thinking man and woman i it els the stress and strain of the galloping disaster that might overtake civilized humanity, effective suggestions to avert the catastrophe might not lie exclusively in the hinds of our national leaders and diplomats. May I. theretore. as an interested and perturbed tree citizen of the United States, without presumption of authority, humbly submit the following suggestions as a yardstick or framework for bringing about an understanding and peace between your great country and mine. I Without belaboring the subject, permit me to say that the histerlc political and military events since the end of World War II Have not been conducive to mutual trust. Were you in our place, and had we evaded understandings and agreements, you too, as a dedicated, loyal citizen, would find n justification for trusting our good will—especially so if we WORLD-MMOUS BIIOKT Israel WORLD-FAMOUS HOTIL SheratonCel Rviv openly and categorically declared ; to the world trtar "we are going ; to bury you.'' f -Ir-yeu* reaJly. mean your public declarations that you want an amI icable and peaceful coexistence with the capitalistic world, the fol1 lowing would be proof of your In* tentions to honor that declaration: First, a reunification of Germany (to give you assurance against a resurgent German militarism) completely demilitarized and under the supervision of a joint military committee of the East and Ihe West on the following conditions: (a) That you withdraw all your military forces from Germany, Po! land, Roumania, Lithuania. K-thonia. Czechoslovakia and Hungary. (bj That free and unhampered election be held in these countries, under the supervision of the United Nations, within one or two years after the withdrawal of your military forces. (c) Evolve a progressive system of complete demilitarization by all nations with inspection to prevent evasions. (d 1 That you publicly declare, in During the national leaders conference of State of Israel Bonds in Israel July 25 to Aug. 3, Israel's Finance Minister Levi Eshkol tendered a reception at Jerusalem's King David hotel. With Eshkol (on left) are Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz (center), vice president of the Israel Bond Organization, and Jack S. Popick. of Miami. Other delegates to the conference from Miami, in addition to Mr. and Mrs. Popick. included Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Revitz, Mr. and Mrs. Abram Fox. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Nash. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dorfman. Mrs. Pauline Salkowitz. Dr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Soroff. and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wolk. sincerity, the desire of a peaceful coexistence with the free world— not as a means of subversion—but as an open and beneticial policy for all nations. When you speak of Capitalism, you are referring to a system that has long gone out of existence. If you examine our ecouomic system carefully and impartially, you will find, that .we ara not a CasUtaluUiC: state in Kail Marx' sense of the, Iterm. We are.actually much nearer to the Socialistic concept of state than we are to the Capitalistic society of Karl Marx' day. We are no more a Capitalistic country as existed during Karl Marx" life than you are a Communist state in ac-1 cordance with Karl Marx" definition of Com'munism. Time and only time will determine which system of society is best suited for human happiness and welfare. Contrary to your public assertion of certainty that Communism will prevail—it is quite likely that the reverse is true—that our modified Capitalistic system will be more conducive to a happy, healthy and stable society. It behooves us to remember that no system is perfect forever; that an ideal system devised in one century might be obsolete, oppressive and even destructive in the next century, with different conditions prevailing. We must have in mind also that any system administered by people is subject to be as imperfect as the people who administer it. Philosophically speaking, death lies even in the birth of living creatures, and every' new system has germs of decadence within it unless changed and adjusted from time to time for the benefit of the people who live under it. LEON J. ELL Miami Beach Services at Beth [meth Beth Emeth Congregation wm not be able to accommodate K, worshippers for High Holy Da services at the congregation thii year. 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Fridtry. August 11. 1961 + kisHJr*Idr&n Page 9-A Hausner Eyes Death Verdict As Summations are Speeded JERUSALEM —(JTA)— Attorney General Gideon Hausner. chief prosecutor in the trial of Adolf Eichmann. was expected to a*k for' non of the former Gestapo colonel on all 15 counts of his indictment when the trial resumed Tuesday. This was disclosed amid indications that both the prosecutor and I Robert Servatius, Eichmann*s chief defense counsel, plan to try n was reported tha! Mr. Ilausli trim their summations, which ner was trying to reduce his sum; • the final phases of the trial I mat!on speech, which he originally -aid would lake three to four days. ,o two days. He was now reported as planning to submit to the court •harts and numbered lists of documents. This procedure will enable dm simply to refer to the do< umints instead of reading out their contents. I which would be a certainty had the | original summation schedules been 1 adhered to. After the summations, the I judges will retire to study the testimony for a verdict which is not expected before the High Holy Days. Dr. Servatius had indicated he will appeal the expected guilty verdict. It was learned meanwhile that interrogation of Eichmann In his Jerusalem cell by Dr. Dietrich Zweig, the West German observer at the trial, who seeks information en Nazi criminals awaiting trial in West Germany, has produced no useful results. AJthough Eichmann has not re' fused to answer questions from Dr. Zweig, the replies reportedly were i of the same evasive nature as | those characterizing his trial testimony in h>s own defense. He has not. so far in this interrogation, i produced any useful information for the West German prosecutor's office. The trial had orginallv been scheduled to be resumed last Tuesday but a postponement was forced b\ suf ered by one ot the i'. r ,. Ltstices, Binyamin Halevi. 'I he justice was improving and ap parent!) was ready for the new i si pti m da e Twelve of the fifteen counts pgainst the Nazi charged with r-.-ster-minding the wartime Slaughter of 6,000.000 European Jewish men, women and children carry the death penalty. The re-naining three counts each carry a maximum penalty of • even years imprisonment. Dr. Servatius also is plannhlj keep his summation to one day. He promised to provide court translators wth a text a day in advance o they can prepare the exact Hebrew translation without any delay. The goal of the speedup is 0 keep the trial from running into the general elections on Aug. 15. 43 Day Mediterranean Cruise From $812 NCLUDING SHORE EXCURSIONS CCT. 8 SAIL FROM PORT EVERGLADES on S.S. ATLANTIC NOV. 19 RETURN TO MIAMI on S.S. JERUSALEM Visiting Lisbon, Algeciras, Naples, Athens nnd 8 DAYS ALL INCLUSIVE TOUR OF ISRAEL Returning to Miami via New York & Nassau American Express Travel Service Miami Beach 1006 Lincoln Road JE 8-7641 Miami 33 E. Flagler Street FR 7-1611 t: NOWFULLY AIR-CONDITIONED I S/S FLORIDA 3 DAY CRUISES FROM MIAMI TO I The S/S FLORIOA Ic your • %  floating hotel" for 2 delightful night* at sea; 2 full days and a night docked in downtown Nassau, convenient to Bay Street shopping, Paradise Beach ... atl attractions! ALL (8) meals included ALL oceanview staterooms spacious, open-air deck* (the full length of the ship!) .. everything for your complete cruising pleasure. Calypso Band, Entertainment. Dancing, Captain's Cocktail Party, Midnight Snacks, Continental Breakfast served in your stateroom! Sailing Tuesdays and Fridays S:00 PM For reservation! tee oay Trovef Agtnt or % 54 from' Roondtrs) '39 / Compart \ : and you'll GO *: •RO .' %  > STEAMSHIP CO. mn,imw mmn • •* J ^*fc& ,y .-. ..•-; %  ... .v.v.. ..._. '"-'-. 'rw %  aMrtM-'-^^* W Join the discriminating travellers who FLY CUNARD EAGLE FROM MIAMI TO ca Round trip VIA NASSAU AND BERMUDA Florida's FIRST and ONLY through service to London! Convenient departures from Miami...12:30 pm London arrivals for advantageous connections to all of Europe! Magnificent JET-PROP BRISTOL BRITANNIA AIRCRAFT, the renowned "Whispering Giants" of the air. Traditional Cunard luxury and hospitality, unparalleled in the annals of world travel. MIAMI-BERMUDA NEW YORK-BERMUDA •118*9 Round trip *95 Round trip • MIAMINASSAU *33 Round trip Eight JET PROP VISCOUNT FLIGHTS DAILY between Miami and Nassau! 50 fleeting minutes, lavish with impeccable, incomparable Cunard service! FLY CUNARD EAOLE SCHEDULED SERVICES FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM TO EUROPE: Franc; Nmly. Austria, Germany, Holland, Denmark. Luxembourg For reservations, see yur travel agent, contact any office of The Cunard Steam Ship Company, or call FR 7-S011 in Miami. CUIMAKO Air or sea, a tradition in passenger service) Miami Offices: McAllister Hotel Arcade LJ mJammL UUXhH MAHX BKISTOL BKITANNIA VJGKMWX viacovur



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the W ovnan s "World by ISABEL GROVE lainElaine Friedman, spending Ihc summer with her parNat Friedman*, of 254 Palm ave. Has spent the past in Paris at Ale French 6onservatoir dc Musique on in fellowship Her teacher is Marcel Mule, world concert saxaphonisl Claire has a BA and MA from i rsity of Miami school of music, and is now on a sabbatical rom her music teaching chores in a Baltimore school Her has been extended tor another year, so shell be leaving • t<>r Pans and is looking forward to additional studying, as | more extended sightseeing, through France and neighborThe University of Miami will have three ardent alums named William. 17. will be entering School of Arts and Sciences i in the fall as a pre-med student on a science talent scholarRichard. 19, going into his junior year as a business •lation major in accounting on a Food Fair scholarship Diane. UM '59. alreadv teaching at the Walsh School of j, sl noss Parents are Mr. and Mrs Morris Skor. 61 Tamiami Mr and Mrs. Louis Jackson, ol 1919 Bay dr.. Miami Beach. ,1 ,, up ,.-! week to hear daughter. Constantme. play the Bach erlo 1 '" C minor for two pianos at the Berkshire Music i -1, r Constantine. who has an MA from the .Utilliard School ,ji spending the summer in Tanglcwood studying and per- •€ and Mrs. Alexander iRcynai Youngcrman hosts this week Elba Rodriguez MacDougal, of Buenos Aires. Argcn|. Reyna is Miami Beach chairman of the Community i (or International Students, and Elba is an exchange • • t> student majoring in English, en route to Mt llolyoki foi rear's studj She's an expert swimmer, so much Of the ...... i activities took place a! the beach and in Crandon Park, % % %  Scaquarium, a tour of the University of Miami, luncheon ,il the Bath t'iub and several dinner parties occupying the rest of it Elba so delighted with our many attractions, she return for the winter holidays ... On the way north. : ;.t Chapel Hill to visit Mavana Youngcrman. who's ., summer session at the University of North Carolina. %  • .. i ging bis way to Pittsburgh is Leslie Klein, son of the Josupl Kleins, of Miami Beach He'll usher at the wedding of i er classmate and brother TEP. Stanley Cohen, and Ruth ( Lea is an alum of the University of Miami, now director ol radio and television tor Miller-Bacon advertising agency of Miami He'll also visit with his grandmother while in Pitts I • tut will be very gentle when he greets her Hasn't livid down lh< fact that on a former visit he was so exuberant, he damaged several of her ribs when he hugged her bination business and pleasure trip for Mrs. Max S (Billie) K. and children Donna and Norman, who left on the first lor the Big City In between trips to the theatre. Billie will be eyeing II new sweater fashions to be included in the many shows she i for organizations here Sh< s past president of State of Florida Jewish War Veterans, and vice president ol Miami Beach ( Oui > II ol B'nui B'rith Women. INC S-C 4 Harrietts Neuwirth. daughter of the Philip Neuwirths, of Miami Beach, and bride-elect of Jack Fertile, of Oakland. Calif., having a chance to show all her trousseau finery at a series of pre-nuptial parties being given for her Started with a dinner party Tuesday evening hosted by her aunt and uncle. Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Neuwirth, of Coral Gables, at the Bon Vivant She looked charming in a green floral print with lull skirt and scoop neck, accessorized in the same shade of green Guests included her fiance, her parents, and her paternal grandmother. Mrs. Dorothj Neuwirth, here from Tampa to participate in the festivities, and to attend the wedding at the Algiers hotel on Aug. 20 On Wednesday, Harriette chose to look demure in a blue and which check dress with long sleeves, white cuffs and white Peter Pan cellar Hostesses for the 70 guests who attended the •shower at the Algiers hotel were Marion (Mrs. Leonard) Barr. her :;i>!er. Helen iMrs. Seymour) 6chulner. and sister-in-law. Selma. Mr* Murray TuretMcy One of her attractive new bathing suits will serve for the swim-dinner party honoring the soon-to-be-marricd couple at the South Miami home of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall (Harriet) Harris Hostess is the luture bride's cousin and will be her matron of honor Other members of the wedding party will be guests. >i a Chinese buffet will be served On the date book for Saturday is luncheon at the Eden Roc. wl h oil include many of the women from the cabana colony 11 For this one. blond Harriette plans to wear a full skirted. 1 id white sunback Her mother and maternal granrin Mrs. Ida Lipton. as well as many aunts and cousins will I %  %  ere. • • in tray to have a guest list ol notables at your birthday %  ation is to have it fall on the same day as a meeting of the ( Miami Beautilication Committee That's the way it •i for Helen Alpert on Aug. 4. except that she was completely surprised when the lights dimmed during luncheon at the FverI • s hotel a candle-lit cake was brought in. and everyone stood Sana Happy Birthday" to her Plot carried out by to ot, chairman ol (he committee, and Mrs. I.izabeth Marten, of Women's Division. Miami-Dade Chamber of Commerce 1 nished guests included Miami Commissioner Joseph Du id Metro Commissioner Milton E. Thompson. Miami Post Eugene Dunlop, WometCO's Stanley Stern, and various officials from the City's fire, police and parks departments. %  Hi M. St Having been appointed to serve on the awards committee, l' 1 M Morris and his wife will leave Sunday to attend the national crnyention of the Jewish War Veterans of the United States al B timore, Md. Morris is a past department commander lor UM State ol Florida, and is currently vice commander ol the fourth region Post-Convention trip will take the Morrises to Cleveland for a few weeks to visit with daughter and son-in-law Rosalvn and Henry Frank ... Going over to the "enemy" temporarily. Dr. and Mrs. Albert J. (Lee) Gilson, 3003 Indian Creek dr.. are deserting the sunny shores of Florida for a six week sightseeing jaunt to the West Coast They'll be houseguests of brother-in-law Irving J. Coffey and son, Bert, in El Cerrito. Calif., not too far from San Francisco I 'ans have been made for trips to Los Angeles, thorough exploration of San Francisco, and a side trip to I.as Veeas n iMrs. Harold) Kaye. off for week's rest in Nassau rirst return in 41 years for Sabra. Mrs Miami Wolfman, 1565 '"'Ml. who spent seven weeks in Israel Ronnie. 16, and Adrienne. 14. children of Mr and Mrs. Murfaj Deblinger, of Surfside. view 1he approaching end of the camp season with something less than enthusiasm They've loved every minute at Camp Blue Star in Hendersonville, N.C., and their l( lers are full of the excitement of their doings Fred "•< Shochef, publisher of The Jewish Floridian, while in IVevv York City, took a s>de trip last weekend to visit his mother. '*•"' %  itf-'-l Shochet, who is a guest a; beautiful Galen Hall in W< rnersville. Pa. "dfewish Floridian Miami, Florida, Fiiday, August 11, 1961 Section B Mizrachi Mops New Local Unit The planning committee for a new chapter of Mizrachi Women in Westchester, Coral Gables and the Southwest section of Miami, met recently at the home of Mrs. Alvin H. Levenson in Westchester. Enthusiastic support was reported by committee chairman, Mrs. Sara llochman. Mrs. Mordecai Kirschhlum. national vice president, ol New York, recently returned from Israel, gave a personal report of the children in Israel now benefiting from the work of Mizrachi Women of America. Mrs. Hochman named as her coworkers Mrs. RiggxLevenson, Mrs. Lillian Herman. Mrs Minnie Barken and Mrs. Anna Berlin Mrs Anne Teitch, past president of Tamara chapter, is helping the committee'. Plans are in preparation for the first membership tea tor this area. Checking pledges of enthusiastic support for organization of new chapter of Mizrachi Women ior Westchester, Coral Gables, and Southwest section are Mrs. Israel Teitch and Mrs. Nat H. Hochman. Young Virtuoso, to Play Here Sunday, Dreams of Europe and Great Art POPS CONCERT SUNDAY PAGE 6-6 Michele Levin. 16 year-old virtuoso of the keyboard, who will perform George Gershwin's "Rhapsody in Blue" at the Miami Beach "Pop" concert Sunday evening, is the daughter of Miamians. Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Levin. 3075 SW 14th st. For the past five years, she has been a scholarship student at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philaelelphia, one ot the youngest, and one of the very few at any age permitted to study under a double major in piano and composition. Her teacher in piano is Eleanor Sokoloff. whose mother, Mrs. E. E. Bloom, is a Miami Beach resident. Michele showed her aptitude and interest in the piano when she was a mere three years of age. playing original melodies. Within a lew years, she was studying with Frederic Voungfelt, chairman of Theory Department at the University of Miami school of music. Piano lessons and improvi-ion went hand-in hand, and when Michele was nine year-, old, she wrote her own cadenza for Mozart's C Minor Concerto, which vhe performed With the Boston Pops under Arthur Fiedler. Al age io. her own composition. "Rondo." was published, and she stiii receives royalties for this music, used everywhere as a teach ing piece for advanced students as well as a performing solo. That same year she auditioned for Dr. Efrem Zimbalist, director of Cortis Institute, and w* accepted. But it was not until the lollowing year that her parents permitted her to go so far away from home, and at 11 she became the "baby" eif the student body. This did not save her from a rigorous study procram calling for four to five hours daily at the piano, plus time for composition and academic subjects in which she is tutored three or four .hours a day. At 13. Michele won a special award for a sonata she had entered in a composition contest. It was too lar advance.! to he considered with other works submitted, and that same year, competing with 40 pianists, won the privilege <>t per forming w.th the Philadelphia Or MICHELE LtVIN chestra at Robin Hood Dell. Michele has composed many pieces for piano, violin, organ. flute, woodwinds, strings and choral groups, several of which have had performances in Philadelphia, and which she hopes to have played here in Miami, she also enjoys Studying languages and is a gifted photographer. At present she is enjoying the summer at homein Miami with her parer.is and younger brother, Phil lip. with whom she spends as much lime as possible singing, dancing, bicycling and gardening For serious practicing, she has a Steinway Grand, received when shewas eight years old. and autographed "To Michele Levin, a promising young pianist, Sincerely, Charles <; Steinway." She is the first child for whom anyone in the Steinway family has ever autographed a piano. Soon after the concert on Sunday. Michele will he returning for he-r sixth year at Curtis, which she describes as a "Utopia lor serious musicians," and where she has been extremely happy. But looking beyond Curtis, there is a dream of studying piano and composition in Europe for this extraordinarily gifted young lady whose twin ambit ions are to become a concert ; ianist and an accomplished compose] ." Pioneer Women's Group on Tour The national Pioneer Women Bar Mitzvah tour to Israel ar.ri Europe which left from New York Aug. 2 on El Al. includes many Miamians, under the leadership of Mrs. Leo Goldman, vice president of the (ireater Miami Council of Pioneer Women, and member of the national board. The group is visiting Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Paris. Rome, Venice. Lucerne and Amsterdam with planned sightseeing and excursions. The visitors will attend a reception in the home of President ltzhak Ben-Zvi, as well as special eore-monies in Israel commemorating the Bar Mitzvahs of several of the young tourists. From the Miami area, in addition to Mr. and Mrs. Leo Goldman. 2655 SW 25th ave.. are Mr. and Mrs. Dory Auerbach. Mrs. Clara Auerbach, Jacob Auerbach, Mr. and Mrs. Moses Marcus, Miss Bess Conn. Mr. and Mrs Robert Miller, Mr. and Mrs. David Randell. Mr. and Mrs Irving Gottlieb. Mrs Hilda Lazarus, and Mrs Bessie Cholo>l< nko. JFCS Women's Unit to Meet Women's committee Of Jewish Family and Children's Service will meet next Tuesday. 10:45 a.m.. at thehome ut Mrs Melvin Frumkes, 360] N. Prospect dr. The coffee gathering will seek to enlist additional members to support JFCS. a member agency of United Fund and the Greater .:>ni Jewish Federal-on. First project ot therecentlyformed women's committee will he to seek to restore to active status the agency's temporarily discontinued Home-maker's Service Harold Tannen, president of Jewish Family and Children's Service, will be guest speaker at the Tuesday coffee meeting. Mrs, Florence Sinclair, case worker lor JFCS. will also speak. Temple Women Schedule Dinner Temple Israel Sisterhood will serve a buffet dinner in Wolfson Auditorium on Wednesday. 6:30 p.m. Al 8:30 p.m., "Broadway Comes to Miami" via a play revue of the current New York smash hit. "The Far Country." to be given by Dr. Joseph K. Narot, spiritual leader of Temple Israel. Proceeds will i>o used for the Hebrew 1 -.:e.n College Scholarship f und.


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


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-
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been selected for todays NCIDe
This too is smoothest made
blender, but may also be prepared
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1 to-oz. package chopped
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3 cups water
juice : -ion
2 tablespoons sugar
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then cook gently for five minutes.
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together until smoothly blended.
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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
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potato cucumber, onion
gr pepper, crou
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Page 6-B fJenist ftcridtf&r? Friday. August 11, l%\ All-Gershwin Proqram at Beach Aud. Ends Pop Concert Series Sunday Eve The tenth annual musical tribute to one of America's noted composers, George Gershwin, will be presented by the University ol Miami Summer Sym phony Or chestra on Sunday evening. The all-Gershwin program, a perennial favorite of Miami audiences, is the tenth and tinal concert of the -•' ries presented by TAUBMAN Summer Symphony "Pops"' Orchestra al Miami Beach Auditorium. Because "f increased concert and opera activities In Italy and the inability to make suitable travel connections between Europe and Miami. Fabien Scvitzky. originally scheduled to conduct the Gershwin program, has been forced to cancel his summer appearance here. Paul Taubman, music director of the National Broadcasting Company, will conduct the concert finale. Michele Levin. 16-year-old pianist from Miami, and Cuban lyric soprano Maria Teresa Carrillo. will be featured soloists. Miss Levin will perform the 'Rhapsody in Blue." and Miss Carrillo will sing three Gershwin favorites. "Love is Sweeping the Country. 'Embraceable You." and "My Man's Gone Now." Conductor Taubman has scheduled two tirst performances of Gershwin works in Miami, "The SOUL; of the Flame," and a new orchestration of the "Porgy and Bess Symphonic Suite." by Robert Russell Bennett. Other melodies on the program include "Strike Up the Band." "Gershwin in Hollywood." I An American in Paris." and "Gershwin Fantasy." a potpourri | it music from the pen of the gifted composer who died in 1937 at the .me of 39. Taubman will open the Gershwin program with "The Star Spangled Banner," as orchestrated by the late Arturo Toscanini He will conduct the "Pops" program with Toscanini's baton. Michele Levin, the youthful virtuoso of the keyboard, has been a scholarship student at the Curtis Institute in Philadelphia for five years studying under a double major in piano and composition. Mi-s Carrillo. a refugee from Cuba now living in Miami, studied with the famed Austrian singer, Elisabeth Schumann. The young goprano has made a number of appearances with the American Opera Society and also on radio and television in her native Cuba. She has sung leading roles in "The Medium." "The Telephone." and "Madama Butterfly." She records for RCA Victor. Construction Begins on New Dadeland, Nation's Southernmost Shopping Center : BIRTHDAZE : Baby daughter. Carolyn Rose, joined brother Bobby on Aug. 6 in the home of the Dr. Arthur Gilberts. Mother is the former Judy Myers, daughter of proud grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. (Martha) Myers. Dr. Arthur is the son of the Larry Gilberts, of Miami. FORCED TO SELL WE QUIT! Selling Out Our Entire Stock of BRAND NEW T.V.'s, AIR CONDITIONERS, SHOW CASES, I All SMALL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES BELOW OUR COST! DEALERS WELCOMED. 125 N.E. ith Street ATALLAH DISCOUNT STORE Hilda Harns. of Ace Beauty Salon, grandmother of a baby girl, Linda Jan, born July 4, via son Claude Hollands and wife Jan Hilda mighty proud that Claude is the staff sergeant who took those wonderful pictures of the Titan at Cape Canaveral recently. A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 9-8401 CANTOR, HEBREW TEACHER TORAH READER beautiful voice, accomplished musician, Choir director, trained & experienced Hebrew Teacher, available for High Holy Days or for the year. Best reference. Call JE 8-1496 or write Cantor A., Box 2973, Miami 1, Fla. "SPEAK HEBREW CLUB!" — Open to All Creeds — Meets Every Sunday 10 a.m. Practice Urder Competent Supervision: Visual A. Auditory Aids: Good Library: Air-Cond. No Fees. No Dues! Just Come! 700 S.W. 8th St., Miami LADY WISHES TO SHARE Her Lovely Private House in SW section, with another lady or middle-aged couple. Call HI 3-3769 Photo & Music Equipment We Buy. Sell. Trnde or Repair Anything Musical & Photographic COMPLETE LINE OF SUPPLIES TRAIL PHOTO & MUSIC 5725 S.W. 8th ST. MO 7-0526 DOMESTIC HELP DAY • HOUR • WEEK Licensed Baby Sitting Service SOUTH MIAMI EMPLOYMENT AGENCY Jeffry Ram, 14-year-old junior cantor, will conduct services Saturday morning. Aug. 12, at Southwest Jewish Center. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Issie Ram, 2401 SW 14th st., Jeffry is a student of Rev. Nathan Zeicher, of Beth David. Zim Sets Special Trip from Israel To Miami Port A special voyage from Haifa, Israel and other Mediterranean ports in Miami by the fully air-conditioned luxury cruise liner Jerusalem, of the Zim Israel Navigation Co., is announced by the AmericanIsrael Shipping Co., New York, representatives of the Zim Lines. The Jerusalem will sail from Haifa on Nov. 1. and arrive at Miami on Nov. 19. The ship calls enroute at Piraeus (port of Athens i Greece. Marseilles. France. Alicante. Spain, New York and Nassau. The Jerusalem's voyage will give Flondians and other Americans visiting Israel or Europe a unique opportunity to sail directly to the Southland's bigges.t resort I city. A rousing civic welcome awaits the 'ship, which will be the first Israeli passenger liner ever to steam into Biscayne Bay. Completed at the end of 1957. the Jerusalem is one of the most modern liners afloat, boasting a full deck of public rooms, outdoor Lido pool, movie theater, elevators between decks and anti-rolling stabilizers. Though air-conditioned from stem to stern, fully 95 per cent of the Jerusalem's staterooms are outside, most with private or semiprivate facilities. The ship carries two dance orchestras, a cruise and entertainment staff, and all English | speaking personnel. The ZIM agency in Miami is located at 407 Lincoln Mall. Suite 10D. JEfferson 8-0329. Bulldozers at North Kendall dr. last week began smoothing the way for what will become Florida's newest regional shopping area, Dadeland. It will open in the fall of 1962, with the distinction of being the nation's southernmost regional shopping center. Three miles south of the University of Miami, the development lies between U.S. 1 and the newlyopened Palmetto Expressway just before their junction. When North Kendall dr. is widened this summer to a six-lane. 106-foot artery, the center will be available to all parts of Dade county. Free parking space for 4.000 cars, and three-times-a-day turnover." will enable the center easily to handle some 20.000 shoppers each day. Burdine's sixth store will be the huge two-story structure situated at the east end of the central mall. All stores are on one level. This is foreseen as Burdine's most beautiful store, with richly-decorative "shops within shops," many motifs to be drawn from the West Indies-English homes in Key West. The exterior gives the impression of an airy open framework witfi panels suspending the inner block, and two-floor-high sheets of glass surround the entranceways. In Miami last week to wrap up final details were Joseph Meyerhoff, president; Jack Pearlstone. vice president; and Emanuel Wilder, secretary of the Joseph Meyer hoff Corp., Baltimore. The local representative is Charles F. Tr.jmbull, of Coral Gables. Pearls' > %  Is also president of the Internatiotnl Council of Shopping Centers. has 500 members including all va i jor centers in the United State*, Canada and Australia. Alfred H Daniels. Burdm'i president, and a vice president >' Federated, represented Federai The contractor is Frank J Ro Inc. Connecticut General Lit surance Company provided th untieing, and has been represevia Jack Baldwin. Jr., of Bald* i Insurance Co.. Miami, tog. with Ward C. Case, of W. Lynn, Case and Company, Columbus, 0. Bon Voyage Fete Sunday Pioneer Women. Club 2. will ho I a Bon Voyage luncheon on Sundiv noon at the Raleigh hotel in hon of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Ostrov. The Ostrovs will leave shorty lor an extended tour of Israel. Mr*. 1 Ostrov has been financial secre' i y of Club 2 for the past 15 years In charge of arrangements for j the luncheon is Mrs. Ida Bookspia l Mrs. Ida Liftman is chairman >' the afternoon. Invocation will be by Mrs. Sally Barr. at BABY TIME Welcome Wagon celebrates the arrival of each new baby with a friendly call—with a basket of gifts and congratulations of the entire community. • % 5 616 Sunset Dr. Ph. MO 7-3601 VICTOR PIANOS & ORGANS SALES -TUNINGS See Max Lewis 300 NW 54 St. PL 8-8795 RENT A C All from $2 50 per day $15 per wk i mileage c hatge AB0TT MOTORS, Inc. 1451 W FIAGLER ST. Ph. FR 3 6765 INSURE BITTER GRADES! PREVIEW TUTORING all school and business subjects ADELPHI PREP See Vpllow P 3 a 655, Phone Book FREE BROCHURE GUIDANCE 526 NE 79 St. SEYBOID BLDG. PI 7-7623 FR 4-8683 OUTSTANDING CANTOR AVAILABLE Florida resident, great voice, choir director, Bar Mitzvah teacher, security furnished, excellent references. High Holidays or Year, NO reasonable lee refused, write Cantor H, Box 2973, Miami 1, Fla. TEACHERS Kindergarten & Nursery experienced, Licensed Preferred 9 to 12. Call Temple Adath Yeshurun Wl 7-2400 WANTED Refined. Modern, Working lady 40-50 who is lonely to share expenses with same. Clean lovely, air-conditioned, Miami Beach apt. Very reasonable if congenial. Call JE 2-3058. WIDOW WILL TRADE 8 RM. CBS, F. & C. HOME For Trailer or Tiny Hou.e. 577 NW. 50th Street PL 4-5988 Mae West Stars In Grove Play Mae West will star in "Sextet" opening Friday evening at the Coconut Grove Playhouse for two weeks. John Stadniek. local businessman and president of Theatre Enterprises, early this week announced Miss West's arrival here to play in the Grove production. Stadniek heads a group ol Greater Mi ainians currently meeting to keep the Playhouse from closing permanently. Led by Stadniek, th,' group includes Miami Beach attorney Joseph Malek and concessionaire Harry Zuckerman, The) have signed Owen Phillips as production consultant. The Coconut Grove theatre has been dark during the past five weeks. Miss West's play is :i farce in i which she characterizes an extro; vert movie star who manica;, introvert British baronet, performed by Broadway's Francis Betheni court. Also appearing in the cast I is Jack LaRue, of the silent movie days. The Coconut Grove Playhouse is open for reservations to daily evening performances and Wednesday and Saturday matinees. Be sure to tell Welcome Wagon of the arrival of every new baby in your life. H! 84994



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Page 6-B +Jenist> ftcridiatn 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. Seymour 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 i ii&i*%iSB| a nd 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 qovernmoticn picture depicting present, ment to pursue advanced study toda) pressures against a pastor and ward a career of their own cliooshis son in East Germany, is now ing playing at Wometco's Parkway and Normandie Theatres The film was product.i by Loinde Kochemont 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 produced by Lethar Wolfl for Louis de Rocheniont Associati 3, e Seville hotels "Caught in tl • Act" revue has proven itseli a success, with capacity crowds marking its continuous long run. Performers include Jack De Leon. Terry Ha Even, Gene Allen. Ferry N e w b y Lynne Peal and Betty Dare e y he principal beund the scenes s multi-talented iKrnie Held. Held w h o cola 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," iriumphed and was the vehicle that also presented on carried his wife. Terry Haven, to He 1 m expect, and that's what her audience got Saturday night in a vehicle called "Sextet," written by Miss West from a story idea by Charlotte Francis. — Isabel Grove. Plot, such as n was. centers Stuart Rosenberg, veteran direcaround 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 DeNiCOlil a I II ','iel mai The audition ol DcNicola is pail of t h e Barcelona's current expansion policy, which was begun with the acquisition 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 FontaineI.lean hotel for live year-, and most lo menrecently with the Americana hotel progr ,"" "!'" M i, r ****** l)lU <> n e 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 number 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 heplay just published by Argonaut ing abIe '" se P ra te his bride from Books, ol Larchmont, \ Y. '"' ner ,,l,s > M <"--s manager and pereiinial 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"" ambiti U8 and It would be redundant in the investment broker business. l %  S !" { K *** 1 fox); has been presented on the Ann h h sb ft a 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 on f aoUt f r whil1 have been „, Greater Mi The Jewish Floridian. s m ?l an< !-. ,),Z/R; "* u "i,, \ i I'",."? Va 5 ,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 conding entrance was ,i„. ,.,„. „, r provention groups, private parties longed and enthusiastic applause, weddings and Bar Mitzvah* Park! Medical Center Meeting Greater .Miami Auxiliary of the American Medical Center at Denver 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 experience 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 i s 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. • • 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


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Fridav August 11. 1961 + Jewish noridflon Page 15-A L EGAL NOTICE :E UNDER th. NO 7 "' cTITI 3i VSSl ICIATES -. s eel Intend* Jo Ihi Clerk oi i I i • EN i 'ount). v | T .n mmw r COURT OF THE 1 J %  V_ CIRCUIT OF '\ |AN3 FOR D ".-, ,N CHANCERY ; i o? %  \i rO APPEAR %  %  t %  .. \ fo ill' r ey, > r \NI s.. bul I %  luildla, nnd file the k % %  <: the • %  •• %  e 12th da) .i ,i, pro eon: igainsi you Mm V nrlila thla Slsl i : M \N. <'i, %  k :'. : %  • 11 ii t >. Fli irlila H I.ANWAY, 4-11-18-2.1 M.I |,| hi fi IN HE lOUNTV JUDGE'S COURT 0 FOP O IDE COUNTY. FLORIDA I l PROBATE Nu 50440-A i IIK m i :s> 'i >v rice TO CREDITORS *l i I \ 'I I III til. a< I.. I I: till I t). ID • P I '.. 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All-Bab i \\. %  .. i ocka, I tade ('ounl %  PI i In'i-nda -iiil name with the Clerk of the Circuit Coui: ..' i M le < Viunt) -rid i \ .BERT XI >RW i M .'.. %  i w Kaati ni.;i urn, M mber, i inpnian .v Epatein Attoi .. for Viiplli ml I Lincoln Road Bldg 7 • 8 111 NOT C6 L N3ER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW N'i ITII 'E IS H S' that the undi i hunini %  ; • i CLOVER I BAP TAVERN • NW 167th Street, Ml im t i i<. register .-.i i • %  • Aitli Ihe i k of the Circuit < Dade Co %  ii i.i I >.\\ VSHKH MIRI VM V8HI l C A I N & ISIS At tornej > for A IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVE'.TH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT OF 1 DA IN AND FOR DADE CC.NTY. IN CHANCERY. NT IC 7725 ANtiEl L'LERO Ul'INONES I'll, / %  i .. i .. \ %  'Jl l.\ S.ll 1 .. 0 .1 thei-.i • i s 1 1 1 •!.i i %  %  %  • %  BASI .: \ RIOK ,ERO QL'INONES ; !' %  • ..in NC/-ICE BY PUBLICATION • %  Rili • • ., Uulnoiiea %  %  %  %  L) -iii4.. non, i R|i,, VSII I A RIOS M I' I. K I! s. /. ,.,, v ;.,,, Barrio Juan > %  in, I'uerto Rico, • ui anawi i i the for II..... w itr the < 'lerk i .n i s.i ve .i cop) :.n I'. Negrettl, At111 Vven A unl, 1 loi Ida, ••'i Vugu I •.,; or else i urn' '• % %  liken ns ,nfessi i i %  •' Jul) 1961, LE VT II. LVI VN, Clerk, i I .M.III y, Fk) l.YMAN i iep "lerk 7 28, \ 1-11-18 J, N _f HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVE .TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOFIDA IN AND FOR DADE CO^NTf. Il\ CHANCERY, No. 6IC 7724 L.F.ONJ |. u ,...,., ;,, ff, ALICIA PRB.-4NEDO Ii fe riant NO-iCE BY PUBLICATION **'• x V. I",-. i,|o l 1 Ith SI V.,-1 N.w York N. ,'. Jerse) *" • L1C1 \ V F-RB44NBDO, SOI 54ti, st VVasl Nev York. New Jeraay, •' "' fed to rile your anawer t.. • coi i lalnl foi divorce with the oi the ab,,., Court and %  save a copj thereof upon Olno P. N,-r..tti, All,,,,,.,. 910.1,, i p,,. 1KT ,, ss Building. '" i". -mi A venae, Miami, RorMa, on ,, r bf„ r Ai.u-t B8, l!il or .l>%  • '• will >,.. taken as confessed Bated -his 2(Ph H.V „f July, is>6i. • LEAVHERMAN, Clerk, < n. KI: ouri. tv.^„ Coontv. Florida (-...I) Rv K M ,_YMAN Daput) Clerk 7/28, 8 /4-ll-lS IN THE C'RCU'T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH J'JO'C'AL CIRCUIT OF FLOR'DA IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 6tC 3J01 CEN l'i; v.. HAV1VIS H VNK IN THE %  ,; '1 ritrpi ratioi la ws of tl State of New York BANIKI MAOANtl j\. I >. %  !• %  NOTICE OF SUIT TO; DANIEI MA VNC %  S %  %  • i,i Str Los Ang y Of Alt ., suit ha* a gaini I s ou i-ENTRAI v ;s BANK IN THE Cl %  MEW YtRK. n the above -entitled Co irt, to forecloae a mortgage •:].• %  foil %  Ing descrlb U.i SCOND AIDI TI, .N I • IRA. a irdlng to the plat the rd Plal Book II i |iag 7. the publl, records ..I i lade .in.i \.ni i!- reQuired to file your answer with the Clerk ol the C i -.. 11-nf Dad orlda. at the I i'. .'..-' houae n '•'. i Pl< irlda, < m or mil i l top) UCh %  • ,l|)"tl I 'A\ i 1 i\ CATSMAN, r:i -i i attorney, A hose ... i i 'i F.oor :it 101 East Flagler Street, Miami S2, Florida, ,,n or before -.i 1 date .,required h' the Laws >( Florida. If you fall to i i -•' he complaint will be taken is confe8ed l>) iu and a i .. %  .. pi ....' ... M III be entered against you for the relief demanded in the compla ::,i. DATED this 2nd las of Aug isl 1961 E. B L-EATHERMAN ", .. if the •' lit Co Dade I iunt Hoi Heal) Hy H BLEN KESS1J5R 'lrrk DAVID I" VTSMAN 14th Floor al i II E %  '• gli SI Miami 32 I 'i icida ^ i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai the ui i r> .. lealrlng to engage In • i %  • • fli %  iu> ii ime "i .; V R V S RESTAI KANT at Dade I County, Florida intends t reglatei • i, ..: Ihe Clrrt of Do'l, • %  Florida. CONAT, INC FI orp > A nei SIDNEY : > >N \ • %  j \ J41 Seou i' 7 21-2*, v t-ll NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTIi '!•: i~ HERKH •' • v : -'N that I, ii tiring tp engagi n bust I the fli ..... >:> -I.I i %  'n \%  r XAC'i ... Collins \ > • Mlai Read Irl :•. i ... %  lerk of the Circuit Court County, n, rlda (i( •!.! i 'OAST i'i:\ \ (). IN V F'orld N'FLSON • S EL Attorneys l \ cant : .. LIIH'U.II t! I • % % %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N'OI i HEREBY OIVEN thai lealrlng tu engage i %  %  business ii Fl nt 11 >A \rr..\N i' .,• N W 7th H 'eel Intends to I eglstei %  aid nam w th th, %  '• rk ol Ihe Circuit Dade Count), Floi Ida MARTA PEREZ, i i n.r 7 :>. B l-U-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that th.undersigned lealrlng to engage In '. I-.II %  .-. •• the ii. titlous names of : i Mart) n V met in Blind Co (2) Marl %  lalo tale %  'o (3) Marl Screen Co III Marty's Sci n w .n low %  'o. i .i Mart) s Wind >w I' i IM Mai tv Window. Ben Ice at 1641 s W isStreet Intenda t i.-i. r said names with the Clerk Circuit %  'ourt >r Dude I 'ount) FI VV ALTER T I.i MIHNKY. s_>i^ cmner 7 28, H 1-11-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Nt ITH "K IS HEREB • i ID S I • !. lesirin : % %  in %  the flcl ime ol SOUTHERN WINK ,\ SPIRITS at ; %  •.. N \v ; %  • -••• : i la Intend to register with the OU Circuit lurt "ount *. FI II.I i J< iSEPH i: STEIN E s STEIN MARSHALL I ST LEWIS U Ol IRF1NL Mi IRRIS A ii :R rzi IN >'< iNWAY I. PETERSi N A A IK IN M KANNER i :\: S, Miami /... %  ", .rid i AH. "-II. -\ f ir So ithei n H & Spli Itf 7 28 • l-!!-!< IN THE CRCUIT COUPT. ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY. FLOR OA CASE NO 61C 413o DELIA M SI A Plaint \ s \l VRl ELI.V' • VR l'i. idant NOTICE 3Y OU8.ICATI0N TO: Marcelln S .. Bin nc su 471 Rsqu 'i (UINTA D i lua nabu i 'uba You, M VRCEI 'N" • > VH i/o I:' in. u Suulvl I I P, luatllihn H ,i to file yn iniwer i 11 for .ii' m. % %  wit of the nil > upon t!'no P N ii '•II •'..:.in... Miami, August 22, 161 o ••'lie taken eased Bated l I7l i: B LEA PHERMAN Cl, rk of tl 'I %  %  (seal) • %  : N %  l'MAN J lit ."i. N.E %  : I i reg.f the .ml.• NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \. ITICE is HER IB1 C.IVEN that the undersigned, des r ng I • eng igi In business MI der : he tltlo nann \ I! • SERVICE IN I '•' %  SERV %  ICE CENT IE SOl'TH at i W. 1 4ti e •' Ml ui" Florida Intenda to register tald I with the Clerk of the Ci i Court Dade i ",,II iii. BT v NLEM BINR S lie Owner 7 28, 8 (-I1-1S IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUOIC'AL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 81C } ROBERT A PULCHER, Plaintiff, SHIRLEY \NN FUtCHER, I >efendanl. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION li • SHIKI.KY \ \s Ft'LCHER R.10." '•! li V %  • Eaat Rlverdale, Maryland YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai •i Complaint for Divorce has been filed ••• ilnal yo i hj ROBER r A FtrfjCHER, and therefore, yon are i. iulred in fii your Anaw r with the Clerk of the above Court and serve .i copy thereof upon ALFRED KREI8LER, Attorne) for Plaintiff, ROO Alnaley Building. Miami 22, Florida, on or before '.iie ",th day of September, 1961. otherwise a Decree Pro Confeaao iii he entered agalnal you, Dated thla nth da) %  %  i July, 1.-61. D. B. LEATHERMAN, clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida is.i h B K M. l.YMAN DepUtJ ru rk 8/4-tl-lS-2r NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 7857 AI.THEA WILLIAMS, PI .. III!''. \ s. JESSIE vv P : will. : I SUIT FOR DIVORCE l'i • JESSIE V\ IL.LIAMS Rei I inknown I : JESSIE WILLIAMS are heTeh} .. 1 thai 1 %  Compluinl for DIM 1, K 1 111 1 >.. 1 1, in.! you are requlri %  ..i ^.. \ 1 -.. Pleading to I he Bill of Complaint .1 the plalnl Attorney, BEN ESSEN ESy Seybol 1 Bl Ig Miami, Fla ind file 11 rig nal Answer or Pleading in Hi, oft %  Cli rk of the 1 'li 1 nil Court on or before the 28th da) "i August, 1961 if 1 '•> t:ni to do s... judgn 1 ilt w "I be taken r, lief demanded in the Bill if 1 "omp'alnt This notice ahall be published oni • each 'ek I ir four consecutive week* iu THE JEWISH FURIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED .it Miami, Florida, thi.s 2Uh da) "f July, A.D 1961, K. !f. LEATHERMAN. Cl.-rk. Circuit Court. D.ide County, Florida (seal) B) K M l.YMAN. I >eput) Clerk BEN ESSEN Attorne) for 1'laintiff 7 28, 8 4-ll-ls NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, dealring to engage In business under thifictitious name "t PETERSON 8 STEAK PLACE at 7140 S.W. Sth St.. Miami. Fla Intends t" %  said name with the i'li-rk f the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. 7100, INC. (a Fla. Corp 1 Aide Owner KESSl.l'l'. OARS Attorneys for Applicant 1992 s VV Lst Street x 11 %  15 I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai the underslaned lesirlng engag, in buslm -.11 ler • fictitli na me of s. 'ITH BAY B< 'ATS it i 10 S Bayshore Drive, Miami, Plorlda Intend t.. register .-.. i.i nnme will %  k of Ilrcu • Court %  : I>ad 1 int>. Florida. Jl (SEI'H B HERM VNN ANNE E HERMANN ill a If, I .%  %  .. %  KESSI 1:1: ( v ':s Attorne)s :• %  : %  Applli ants 1998 s ^V 1st Street 21 :• 9 1-11 NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE N'< ITU '' %  '. IS HE IBI I Statutes Vm 1 •'' 1 h'lusemen .' %  ; ; Wai te, wherein ACE-R.B VAN LINES, IN< „ 1 ..1 : i' ivareh has in Its poss • the folhiw Inn If.,UK I if M p. H s. 176 Oiralda \ \ enue, 1 'ra G I that % %  n thi -' %  • I • dur %  Ing the egal hour* 1 bet ••••11 1 1 IH) for, and 2:00 In the .1 ti -11.11 m, it 2 N v Mtl V\ Ml nn.. Floi e undi 1 offer for I i.-i, in ban I prop, 11 \. 1the • rt) il Mrs 1'. II ,';i mpoui 1176 • I 1 ;.i Avenue, Coral • labl, -. 1 I tated i" Mian FI irlda list da) "i Jul ACE-R.B \ VN 1 INKS IN *. t-lt NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY (III EN ih.undi rslgned lesirlng to engage In business 1 ler he ftctttlou DDLAN'S PAVBRN al 5782 S.W Sth su eet, M111 t 1., intend tu igistei sni.i name ivlth the C Clr, nit %  '• %  • 1 %  • %  • •' ity, FI irlda, HARRY DOLAN V ikiu.MA h nol.AN ils wife) i %  KESSLKR B OARS Attorne) n for v % % % %  1 ,s > A 1st S 7 .' I •.' -. ^ 1-11 NOTICE UNOEP FICTIT.OLS NAVE LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the undei slgni d. desll mg .^-iin iiusiii, .-s undei DPI'I iLTl'NITY T' :;:: Ter Mlai register said nai 1 the • "In ul Floi 1.1.1 TED vi fic-tltl •' %  lURS it 834 S.W ndi to with thi 1 ol :CK 7 ii .8/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE RIIB1 S thai the undersign, en -• "! % %  In business OABLES TELEPHONE ANSVt RRINO SI:I:V ICE Vlha Ircle, 1 'oral ;.i -. 1 irl la In ml* to register sal I nai %  • k ot the Circuit I %  ( nt) • I... \\\ -OLLIC ,S.,|,. 1 lw FAUNCE P NK '•'• 'RM ^ Attorne) for Appllc int .Bid a li s l-l 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undei --. gage In buslm sunder 1 he fictii im >i PUBLICI PY POURS il -'.' A I I Ter Mlai .. 'inui! 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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 annii i 0 n (i 6.000,000 Jews in Eul(| 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 JTA—Ey 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 sumj „ j on oi the defense by Dr. Rob,i Servatius, Kichmann's attorney. i summation, the West (Jer-' II, attorney argued that Eichn, had committed no crime! nsl thi Jewish people, because Mitre was no Jewish people at the m Eichmann headed the Gestapo's department lor Jewish af"The Jewish people.'* he "did not exist before the establishment <>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 counThiisituation 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 policy ol neutralization and was promptly assailed by Prime Minister 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 increased its vote fractionally to 7.7% and was sure of holding its nine seats and, possibly, of gaining on*. The Aehdul Avodah Party likewise 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 expense 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 seatformerly 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 rightwing Herut and the leftwing Mapam and Achdut Avodah Parties had expected to capitalize on discontinued 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 advancing 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 campaign was the lirst bid lor power The staggering cost of the election, 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 activities, 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 "headquarin 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. FishPhrase, "Juden Raus"—Jews Get 1 "liter and publisher of The j ul Si inel, Chicago English language j J sh weekly, hareturned 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,, "along 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 involving the group. Attorney General Rcbrt F. Kennedy said he was opposed to placing Rockwell's group on the Justice Department's list of subversive organizations 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 General 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 scientific 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 launchwould 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| au nching pad was set '• be tired nomic requirements Contrary to ( n)( ,, |1|( a jj er Tuesday's eleepress reports, the Administration j (i| T! -.,. secon( J rocket was exhas 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 reasonable interpretation" of the United Nations resolution providing 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 European country has asked Israel to sell it a large quantity of meContinued on Page 3-A Cincinnati Group Exposes Anti Semitic Hoax Prayer books and other ob|*ct s of worship are not importer or produced. Most of the SidContinued on Page 5-A CINCINNATI —(JTA)— A vicious anti-Semitic hoax was brought to light by the Jewish Community Relations Committee here after the influential daily newspaper. The Cinemnati Knquirer. unwittingly reprinted the hoax which is obviously 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 rel traction, expressing its regret for| •making use of an erroneous piece of information." The hoax eonsistof 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 nonexistent "book" by the fictitious Israel Cohn had allegedly included these quotations: "We must realize our party's most powerful weapon is racial tension. In America, we will aim for a subtle victory. While inflaming the Negro minority rqainst the whites, we will endeavor to instill in the whites a guilt complex for their exploitation 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



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iday. August 18. 1931 •fJenisti fhridUar Page 7-A _*— ^KaR ft w I ft. %  5 §801 fl '^Kflfj£^$j filiil lHJpErn 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 YORK— LJ J 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 tentaagenda made public by Harold ."armely. national ZOA convenchairn;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 highjht a luncheon meeting of women Negates and wives of delegates to be held in the United Nations 1 Building at which Mrs. Ogden Reid, wife of the former U.S. Ambassador to Israel, will be guest of honor. A briefing conference on UN issues will follow, to be addressed by Andrew Cordier, Uncer-Secretary for General Assembly Affairs, as well as other UN dignitaries. The keynote to the discussions of the crucial issues facing the Zionist movement today will be sounded in the presidential address at | the opening session by ZOA presii dent Max Bressler. who has just ; returned from Jerusalem, where I he headed a large ZOA delegation to the Israel Bond leaders conference and also conferred with top Israeli leaders. Metro to be Debated Miami Board of Realtors monthly dinner meeting will be held Tuesday at t h e Dupont Plaza hotel. Arthur H. Patten, jr.. and John B. McLeod will debate the merits of Metro government David P. Bishop, 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 Israel to receive Arabs In a manner W in numbers to threaten her security 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 catei gory under the new "ad for international 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 technical 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 surplus commodities "rather than grants." He said exact programs had not yet been determined but he gave assurance "this Administration has no intention 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 intended 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 indifferent 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 continue the UNRWA appropriations indefinitely — a burden we have ; no right to impose on our taxpayers without promise of progress." Because ol our matchless fso'ities, and experienced management tnd expertly trained sta, w an serve any event for much less than you could imagine Yet you will enjoy all HM g'l-iour and excitement of Miami Beach J newest luxury hotel' And remember-here at the 3-; I I luncheon for ten or a banquet tor over a thousand can be served with the same gracious ease' Consult is saw Catering manager Call ESTELLE POLAK Also Available 5f; c'v Kosher Cofer'ns JEHsrson 2-2811 OCCANFRONT, tetn ro wn TRE£TS, MIAMI BEACH



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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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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-
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"Der Lebediker." David Pinskj
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Zionist Culture Center.
Participants will include Joseph
Zuckerman. president, Lebedicker
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Astor. M. Chometz and Louis Lasa-
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Seiden Unveiling
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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-."
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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.
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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
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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
i :
v a '' etn.


Page 14-A
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
-
'
t to the si
udgn
! madness fi
rise ab
i

i
<
Moshe Dayan Likes to Chew Sunflower Seeds
i............. '.i........
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'



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Page 14-A 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 generation ... %  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 toward work, and by far ttw tWst likely to express a negative 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 differCapiiol 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 Israelis 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 .,„,.„. „ • ;,.H——II nnnimii %  ; Between You and Me: BORIS SM0LAR A Bombshell Report lAIHEN ZIONIST bodies m this country charge the State Department 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 reaction in Washington is quite different. The American Jewish Committee is highly respected 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 Committee came out with a %  White Paper'' aocusiii only the State Department but also the Defense Department 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 aits n known throughout the that actions impairing lignity and equal rights I \:; tricans, For ever lv ,:: and In < 1 md, would not be tolerated by the United Sta UC im nl points out It cites American history records showing -hat tince 1885 the l> -.mem consistently and unequivocally 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 Jewish 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 reverberations in Congress-is being studied verv seriously in Washington The documentary evidence produced by the American Jewish Committee about the traditional protection of the rights of American Jewish 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 considers Washington s submissiveness to the Arab affronts 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 Government in tolerating the Arab invasion of elementary 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. Whatever 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 devotion to the word of God in the Old Testament. We who are saved by Christ need to come to the Jew with honest admiration and with profound delight in the meeting ... It is not easy to lay aside 19 centuries of mistrust and hostility, 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, ithat "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•. 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 athe 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, whostruggles 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 transpired 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 action—he 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 t to the si udgn madness fi rise ab i i < Moshe Dayan Likes to Chew Sunflower Seeds i '.i %  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 tobacco? 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'


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Kkmhto fkridtfcir
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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*'Jew!st>fhridiar
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OwVto rmas ma nKxina)
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-
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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
I' .i
s.

BETH EMETH, '. 2nd ave.
Consi'ra:iv-. Ra x Shap.ro
Cantor H rr in Fein
'
:
> ... tfll'l
M Hen
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.
-
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.
e
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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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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Way. August 18, 1961 vJewisf: Fk>/ria/tfon Page 7 B 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-' dur in g the coming on gregal in will buUd a, rmanenl chapel whien .,',,!,, Fellowship Hall and proj e for High Holiday -eating of I r ... k so planned is an addition to > s ioi wing, which will include J ou th lounge large enough to en100 children, a large arts crafts room, a soundproof muroom, a new library, md sevadditional classrooms. Bsttbd 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 Aut12 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 al 86."1 H W. Ird Avi nue, Miami, F on du In to rk Of • < % %  %  ,.• • 'oui I of I'ade Ci Flor .i.i SON, .%  %  (i.'. RORKRT immk:\. <**•** %  % %  -' Vi iri Ioi Me; I 8-2fi, 9/1-8 MYER 9 LEVY r ,,v 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. -,./ {£ V 9 mn &? % ind on the budget committee for year* igo from New 7ork, Surviving >ix years. Ictor Sassoon Dead in Nassau NASSAU. The Bahamas—i lanthropist, lusirialisl and icion af the faHis Vnglo-Indian 1 1 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 Baroof 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 vi b; h %  h ban-l %  %  ;, 11 u\.. .,.-• i h ••••• {r:i md nix f{re slater .': %  .'iin^ MrJennie 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 Mmortal • 'hapel N irm i ndj I Mr. Du.T.ov was one of the organizers of the Yiddish Scientific Institute in Vilna, Russia, and 4raduatHil ,n VM)\) from the Charlettenburg 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 parIpated 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. beling active as a builder and estate operator here. lie was one of th founders oi Greater Miami Jewish Home the \iiil, a Mason, and memRabbi 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 discuss "Jewish Education—A Necessity for Survival." her of K:urit.s o r 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 Circle; Mrs. Ua Poston, EnglishSpeaking Branch, Workman's Cir cle; Sam Weiner, Farband; and M. Shapiro. National Worwman's Circle Joan Field, internationally-renowned concert violinist and recording 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. \ J ti • C JJ06 -.r/\: •• i 'i.i • %  \OT.>: B> PU3'_'CATI0N T< i HKI i i. i.-t o ii.I S'eW Ot) V>f AKi: tl thai %  imp tint i is II >. •• • n %  %  •NAI.n K Itulldl g U % %  %  -., nil, or i %  • • I i.\ Ii.i I' %  VuK Us • \ tMAN I ;. I I,AN WA \ .. s DR. ABRAHAM L. WINCOR .< :,. •%  died \ B !1 > eara BfU irom New CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE OiaiCL-. TIOM IN THE NAv£ AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA I .\!, I. Ti i A HUM i ..-!•; BliNTS SHALL CuMti ISK1 %  'V\ herean, .-A \' %  > %  K, MlAM l-'l.i HI. lA, A \ .. : MIAMI i -1. v iHUM ,.|'.s.\. MIAMI IriACH ,i,.i k ,ii ine tlth uaj v ., iunder CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORID* %  •• A 1.1. Ti I w II >M • I ,; ATSHAM, I iMK, • %  il 1 IT f S A SAMI'KI. : %  < I.KAH, %  • KII \. I.YNN sH, MIAMI, tiKAi'lt, I I KHH MANUI.KK M > 11 lAi'H I 1 '.'i; i: >.\ did II I • Ird lull A • l: CUUM to lie In ; oi i.or..'. .1 under Chi of '. i| I ~.,: r -. 123 I'DRI'., I Ni' irpnri itl %  riii, pal |ilai-i HIA I.KAH, t>ADR IHI 'NTY In lie Florida, an I hi %  • %  in. -I i,..|.i, !-. irporatl in did ia ••th daj ni Au [UHt, All ••• -•• '. %  •• Be ii .1 In i i • %  il '*' %  %  • % %  u > gi it., of thi Sia ila, %  r'onsenI o all th Mo %  d lei .• ..i i.-ionif ttai-l < %  '" i.i ,1 ; l >• itutex, -'' I • %  "•" %  t on of sucli % %  ; %  r \ • thi • %  th Keoreta • %  of >• ,i ,|.... hereb) cert the fore ,n i • h.. I he Ii thai the %  i %  A have beei omi>l %  .1 1111 IN \\ riM>W have hereunto my hu :'i an I h:i vu affixed the lireal *tale ,.i iim I., Tall ih it %  %  •. he | .•• thin the NINT laj if Al"i 11'ST. \ • • T-'! \ >AMt< %  ;. i.i CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE D'SSOLUTiON IN T$E NAME AND 3Y THE AUTHOR ~ v OF THE i'-^^E OF FLOR 2 ... • CRK5• :< %  v MIAMI %  i ...•-. ; A• I • M AII Ml AM % % % %  %  II. if ...... i • • r III.IJ ,-\ .,. % %  in, l MIA.V .• il : on : %  J % %  IJ i r stati 'Stale .,. %  .. .. %  Id Statute* %  -•"' %  ,,. N .... .. %  -... • of State ;o |ng and tl I that the ....... been comarttl IN VV1TNKSS A'HI • : ha %  ••• ind have "ic H ,-• : V orlla il T-iHaha* • % %  -. ip tal, thl i I SKVI ITH •I Al*' :i -" \..D i ..,, '• 'M VDAMS, .-. •• ,.. if .-T.i'.-. 9 IS/SI Vork ind WH ii ler ol American %  pro\iton* • • % %  %  %  • w i Me li al \.-.-. • •• of thi %  %  vv ,.\. tiN' i irpor* W K A T %  F M FRO/\A TO BRAHMS BARTOK You'll Hear the World's Finest Music on WKAT-FM 93.1 on your FAA dial MIAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION Programming MORE LIVE Concerts! WKAT-FM New Y irk led I an.l Tn n % %  • %  S ir% :\ :l..i %  • a Ife, 1lor. ni e .I on, tmniel i :. %  nd u grand' I'hild .-• %  •• %  ; •• \ ... I '. II River* .i. Mei 4onn m ea r* ago S %  • | I v. I •.... %  %  Surviving are .... i pa .'•' and Mr* %  :• %  %  Mil i liar : % %  I.. ._ .• %  • -. Mrs, U • %  Mm I • h. '.-. • i n 1 ,i ur in U-hlld •-• • Vug :BENJAMIN CHAPNICK • 63 M %  %  .' lied Aug. 12. H \ A i %  hi hla wife i .. %  %  i. •.....,... • v 12 in Ml Nebo ; M hai • % %  %  MRS. HENRIETTA G LABELLE 17, a ..1 Aug 18 %  -' %  %  ume h New "i %  r^ and nu .i %  -i %  • %  >. Serv lee* w %  .. •. •'rnorl il Chapel \\ i ive. EDWARD G. EDDY .; i. ol If ''' I'.' • -'I Ml mi learh dl \:i^ .• He cai %  from Hartford, i wn a retire i pharmai l*t. Hun in, ire I wife, Jane, .in-i thre i ma ftn lce ii ere In Hartford ivil Newi n l'i ueral Homn In i irge %  • ill) MRS. MINNA S. BERLOVE TO. ot.9221 v.. Bay Harbor dr., Miami Reach, died AUK. 1She came here 15 yea •.ago from New York, and a u i member of Junior Auxillarj Homt for thAged, Hadaaaah, Fifty-Sever i'Ini.. and Mt. Sinai H i*pltaJ tlur liiin^ ir.. her huaband, Jack I... thre. 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 Tuesday evening at the Thunderbird moteL Mrs. Elaine Sponder is in charge of reservations. it AHA M.. i %  \ uvrt i sta ti ... r riaa ind ia proper olii %  a ..ii the .ith da • %  %  %  A I' i, .in.-.to be tiled .[ the .-..••.'. ..i I-.. .II.I. i. ... • ,.;i_...i MAC, LSI %  : I i 111 Oil aj i i %  %  Ned %  ... %  i ... %  .i ., .i :., iiiuii uf ... %  -.. %  • .. .1 -,. i : %  ........ Si IN Al %  i i --T. A l'< >• %  %  ..--.... g IN THE CIRCUIT CJUST OF THE cLEVtNIH JUOICIACiRv-U.T OF FLORIDA. iN Mi\D r"OH OAOfc OOUNTT, l\ .HAiVCtrtY No. b.J 1o-ej VRTHCR K I.KVIMIJ I'l.imiiil. \.-. VNHUIIA R. MA INW I i.ii.'i.l i NOTlCc BY PUBLICAT.ON !"• >: A.M-Kf.-V It. i i. i • %  tailing A,i..r. -.0 ineral Dell\ erj .\.. \ oik I li. .N "l V' 'C AI:I. in .1. if Ni I TI iIE5D tn.i; .i i 'dmpiaiuc mr 11 i ii. .i ,i. in -i ..... in i you i required to serve i copj ol ) %  • A new er or otnc de.enaiv the 'oin.'i unl n the i 'laintii i .Attorneys, IAI.V.T, PINK .v. POR.iiAN. i.."i ongreaa B II ling, Mia ,.i da, unl ii • %  I he •• glnal thereol HI ih. ..till*ol the .... itx'ult Court on a re I he I8ti In) .,• -..,,!.-. ber 1961, itherw lee the -.i. i i 'omplalnt w II be takei %  con luThii tm* Mih l.ii of Auguat, %  :. I; LKATHERMAN ert ol %  '.n't limie i 'ocnt.i. Plortda By. R. H I.A N'VV A V, iwputy i'lerk S/IK-2... 9/1-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \,,TI. :•: 'HKRK IY v ;.N that i %  ::•• in 'I IMt'lRK KN ,f>n N V Sti Mi in la inne witH the :, "' • >RV I' VN '; .\ \ .. I '.' %  l< iWlTZ v %  '• V IS ft. 9/1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THU = L=. ENTH JUOIC'A. CRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTN. IN CHANCERY. No. 8'C J395 ., .... •... IMI J .\NT, ,...., • .. %  Kli •• % %  '. HHER KAN t Kl VI tal, i %  • NOTICE OF ^ PO HHEKH'AN V MM V. A 1.. •.A i vi .; HI RKin Ni/Tll %  hal i suit I MIPWKST '%  '. '': v >Mi'ANY, In I %  : ., following des '"l.os. ill... k 2 ','•: M \ Ni IR ird'ng to the pfal there -aI it at 1 da of •., ml. Ho Ida; ,. i j ,%  required to fl'e your 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 .isFlagler 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, 16 !•; R ,.r VTHKR.V \N i de Count> B1 irlda n-rk ..r th'' rclul Court seat) Bj HI-l.r.N KR8Ht,RR I >etUtS 'lerk DAVID P ••AT.-MVNI4th I-' .r • : 'I r h'laajler St. Miami '.-, Ftofltto 8/11l8-2.,9/l



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Jdcry. August 11. 1961 +Jewi$ti ftcridUan Page 13-A %  SAYINGS OF FATHERS Chap VI: J He d'ho learns from his fellow a singh charter, a single rule, a ttngh verse, a imgl expression, or even a SinfU letter, ought to pay mm honor. Vcrlii m en 6i t n %  is said Then all be i'o ... 1 f. lie Lord i j Mount Zn i •. • I bi f> i hu • ., • .( toi oj Men c ages i num %  •' I ... : %  %  /..'". : II ... • V. %  II H On* b!t Ii his world he i real fi %  glory, as it u I thai i< failed by I i' >, ,mi 11 f< r my glorv 1 have %  raie p.m. Saturday s:ao a.m. Sermon: "The legitimate Enjoyment of Life in>t a Sin." Klddush hosts: Mr. and Mrs. Ram riershkowltc In honor of their daughter's rnai agi ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19tr> ave. wvi-•-,, elr.f----fcl IIda) 6:13 p.m. Satu da) 8:30 .. m. I t lebrew C_oni-crtation 3133 VlaVr 3HT "T T T T fclP ,313*7 DSJD STlfl OK .nx nisix nrrrtfa nix-i 1 ? IrVvrn nsiKn nrfc mirnn nmraa on-stsn • T T : .... .nrBrip niin T K3 O-OIDJ?;? arx ^Vn trrrtrn D*?IX T T %  • T pr .rnrm miss wbn The Sidra of last week (Ekev) deals primarily with the to"ic of reward and punishment. Every theistic religion has such a doctrine. The prominent Jewish philosopher. Rabbi Joseph Albo. of the 15th century, taught that reward and punishment were one of the 'hrre cardinal beliefs of Judaism, on a par with the belief in the existence of God and the Divine authorship Of the Torah. It is the al conclusion to the belief that tnjn j? u responsible but free igent, an ".hut God is all-just. What dot s Judaism saj about the natun of reward and punishment? It may I..' summed up in 'he second paragraph of the She ma, which is found in the Scripture reading <>f this Sabbath, and which :s included in our morning and evening prayers. It says that if we obey the commandments of God. we shall be rewarded with material prosperity, and if we fail to obey these commandments, then God "will shut up the sky and there will be no rain, and the earth will not yield its produce." It is remarkable that Moses, who stressed the spiritual aspects of God and His thirteen attributes, and who spoke of Israel as a "kingdom •TH TFIL_AH. 935 Euf'd _ay_e. _Or of priests and a holy nation," should at the same time define reward GEMS OF WISDOM Dc-puir iv the conclusion of fools DISRAH 1 1,1 despair o( HEINE. Ti bt disheartened b> vicissitude* • ral. but in be des pondi % %  al th< attacJ; of J humai ;, ;. utlll I0SEPH1 S The uvorsi poison ite's own power RABBI HERMAN COHEN wholesome development BETH EMETH. 12?'0 NW ?"-d *ve Ccrnrrvat've. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Hyman Fein. 1 Ida) • S" '"' %  1 '• ai e Thnmii h Kiluratlon Sal ird • 1 a m • dETH 'SRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Orthodox Rabbi H. uouis Rottman. — • 8ETH JACUH. 301-311 Waxhinpton ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tiber Stern, banter Maurice Varnche^ i ... • !0 |. ir Sal rdi > S. 1 mull Hi. Ri ;i-" n ..1 Israel BETH KODESH. 11551 Quail Roost dr Rabbi Harold Richter. • BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave Orthodox. Julius Saperc, president. thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackoviky and punishment in terms of the physical and the material. Our only BETH "JPRAH.^ieatn at. •*,£ %  i] h answer is that he felt that the people of his day lacked the capacity of : JJSJi tt ; "cVnto'r V Ben-zion' Kirschenrising to the great heights which a spiritual concept of reward and baum. punishment implies. We are told that Moses instituted animal sacri fices for the same reason. What should be our belief with regard to reward and punishment? CONGREGATION ETZ CHA1M. 1544 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Strassfeld. MpiQOQ ni3ixn .on 1 ? i3Dj?n o^in mo? .bib •73 100) nt liTKS niivn )ir\ nN n*pb n3 n (nitf*? .... v ..|, T T T : ihfiSlATION The best policy is to follow the advice of Antigonos in the Ethics of the CORAL WAY Fathers, that neither the promise of reward, nor the fear of punishment, should motivate us to lead the good life. Our greatest reward for doing good lies in the wholesome development of our personality, and the most severe punishment for doing wrong results in the disintegration of our personality. The reward is not one of material benefit, but of further opportunity for living a virtuous life. Instead of fear of punishment, we should concentrate on disciplining ourselves, so as to avoid wrong-doing. If, however, we are M constituted that we require a belief in a inore tangible reward and punishment as a stimulation for leading a virtuous life, then we should cultivate a belief in the equitable dispensation of reward and punishment and in its certainty, even if it is beFLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW 5ist yond the span of our lifetime. For God is just and upright. Obedience j ^.^^VTa'rVy L^Uy 0 '"'" of God's laws may not always bring rain, abundant crops, good health | h riday 6;i0 ,, m Saturday a.m. Bar and prosperity, but it will intensify our faith in God and our love for vi. Him whose blessings we enjoy even before we merit them. His rewards anticipate our good deeds. CENTER. St.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. Friday fi:4?i p.m. Saturday ; a.m. Sermon: "Life May Be l.'Vraihah for" a Blessing." Bar BnltSVaTi: Bruce, son of Mr. and Mis. Irvrln Brrnm-r. DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. % Yida, S:.t0 p.m. Sermon: "Klnl — Preparing to Meet Our Cod." Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "Portion of the W-.k." Bar Mitzvah: 1>>UN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Vivinherit. Mis Harold Slrumpf. een Gold Grows in the Negev rioulcl you ever arrive in the t'V, you will see in long row; th ireen a^ave bushes which re cs n their outer form the cac tu oi tropical countries. But th -c bushes do not grow wild T lands of Israeli farmers take e of them. The agaves need e attention and grow where no ultural plant can succeed ir \\ S wing. The small amount of rain tl t falls in this region (100 mm. P< :.nnum) is sufficient to sustain tl plant. 'jblished by Brit Ivrit Olamit) Mt'iv of the precepts apply only certain individuals., places and brcumstances. It is only tvhen all fiifs urt toRrthir as a community % %  %  at the whole Torah can be ful U-led. —j. EPSTEIN. c U a € g Is it permissible to use the same dish-washing machine for both meat and dairy dishes? In 1948, the Halachah Commission of the Rabbinical Council of America (printed in the proceedngs of the 12th annual convention, >. 511 wrote an opinion that it would be permissible to do so provided hat the dish-washer is run through j complete cycle with nothing in t, between the washing of the meat %  nd dairy dishes. Some authorities require sepaate dish racks for each of the two vpes of dishes. In all fairness it j nould be stated that some authori: es exercise the extreme point of 1 %  UtlltlCIIIII %  This page is prepared m cor operation with the Spiritual Leadi t cs of the Greater Miami Rubbincal Assn. RABlll MAX A. UPSCHITZ Cooidinator Contributor. RABhl SOLOMON SCHIrF G'enu oj Wisdom H....l.uWliuUllttllllOlltt proving the truth of the Bible. Is this so ? ishwasher to be used for both neat and dairy dishes. • • s it permissible to use the same Corning Glass Pots for cooking both meat and dairy dishes? Basically, it should be understood iew and do not allow the same nat the Bible is not subject to proof >r disproof. Those who believe :n ts divine origin need no proof. Those who do not will never be j convinced by proof. Prof. Nelson j Glueck. one of the foremost Bibli cal archeologists wrote that no one r I can prove the Bible lor it is priOn thi? matter there is muc-n 01. mari v a theological document. 1 universal agreement that tins, •nay not be done. Whatever lenien-) what can be said, however, is y is applicable to glassware under ; t h.at in recent years many archeoloertain circumstances, refers only | g lca \ discoveries have confirmed 0 dishes or utensils which are used .or cold foods and not for those hich are employed for hot foods. •pecially boiling and frying "t en ;ils. HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th St. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross. HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1150 W. 68th st., Hialeah. HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi Dav'd Shapiro. Cantor Yehuda!" Heilbraun. • — ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. • KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield Cantor Abraham Self. • — MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION. 1101 SW 12th ave. Traditional. Cantor Fred Bernstein. • OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr Orthodox Rabbi Phineas Weberman • SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645 Collins ave. Cantor S. Nachmias. Saturday'8:30 a.m. Sermon; "Remem'••r Pol t: I Not." • OUTHWEST CENTER M38 SW 8tf st. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. "•• da) 6:30 p.m. Saturda) '.' a.m. Bet non: '"P< rtlon • %  > tl"Wi • k Ji ffT' > Cam, Junior cantor, ... conduct thi .• 1 \ 11 %  > *. TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1021 NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Max Zucker. ,-'i iclax B SO p.m. "EMP_E • €T>-. AM. MM N. Kendac dr., S Miami. Reform RaDhi Herber' Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. • — TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform Rabbi Samuel Jatfe. • TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Sumland Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Reconstructionist. Rabbi Morns Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. : Ida) 8:13 p HI Sermi n 1 "Tan pit Synagogue, Shule — is there \n> Dlfferenci "' baturda) 10:80 a.m, Mr mil Mrs. Donald Kohner will i"-i meg Shabbal 1 nd Kidduah In honor .I 1 amlng of newborn son. — • TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM cf Hollywood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative i-1 Ida) v p HI Saturda) 9 • %  m. situations, locations and incidents mentioned in the Bible, which some critics had previously contended to be untrue or impossible. A most fascinating description of these finds is the recent work called !"!" £f !" !" ^^*X,X Thr. has been a great deal of men-1 "Biblical Archeology." by George Cantor Oavio conv.se' 1 L .^ p.m. Sermon: "A Bteaaing anil .1 Curae." Candle blessing for Michelle Holly, new daughter of Mr. anil Mrs. Marvin Hosen. Oneg Shabbat hosts: Mr. and Mrs. Bdward Holly, grandparents of Michelle. TEMPLE MENORAH. 020 75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowlti. Cantor Edward Klein. Saturday 9 am. Sermon: "A Portion Of the Law." Kabbi l;. nn.. Wallaeh i.f Temple Sln.il Is guest spiritual leader In absence of Kabbi Abram. Its, TEMPLE NER TAMID. BOth at. ana) Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can* tor Samuel Gombero. • TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno M. Wallach. Friday 9:15 p.m. Sermon: "What Will Last?" TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. tSI Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Leo Heim. i-riiia.s 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "Resuming Our Sacred Tasks In a Happy Reunion.' baturday 9 a.m. Bar MltsVI I. \:ii..ld. son ..f Mr. and Mrs Harr) Simon. a TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave. Conservative. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz. 1 Ida) 6 p.m. Saturday *:V. a.m. Frlda) 6 p.m Saturda) 8:45 a.m. TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb. — e TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Cantor Albert Giants. Friday >::(" p.m. Sermon. "Doing that w h h Rli-hi in 1 hir Own Eyes Oneg Shabbal hoat: Blaterhood. SatHl'tib) '"1 BarmoO: N-w. Month of Mi ditatlon." YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Stelnmets, Cantor Maurice Neu. ida) 8:15 p tn. Saturday 8 a m Bar Mitsvah Steven, son "i Mr and Mrs, Jerrj Ashman. — %  — VOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171st et OrtnoCix. Raobi Sherwin Stauber. CANDUUGHTING TIME 29 Ab — 6:45 p.m. ~. .inEinssBCini nit:i!r.-iiu <:i wt•


Friday August 18. 1961
tmlst FkridOnr.
Fcge 15-A
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
C'CTiT.OUS NAME CAW
- HEREBY GIVEN thnt
to v.
fictitious name of
I H N AN I VSSI <'iAT'-:s
. rthwesi Street ntende to
nami with thi i e
of 1 < i "ounty,
JACK D. < iLSHEN
Si i 'Win :
8/4-11-'.'
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IN 'HE CRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Of
FLOR'DA, IN AND FOR DADE
COLNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. flC 8167
tl I KY SIMONS,
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. dant.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
I, THEL SIMONS
. Kali
17C Rhine cliff Drive
!,, Bti : Nl W Yin k
', art .i',j.',(! I, servi a Copy <'t
nnawi r to the complaint for 01-
., .i, plaintiff's attorney, STAN-
i i i > m PRED, 814 Baybold Build-
2 Floi 'i.i, Mini rile the
,:1 with the (''elk of the abovi
i iii b< i'-.r. the 12th da) "'.
. lembtr, I Ml, oi a decree pro con-
I,., jvl I be entered againat you,
1.1.,i ..i Miami, Florida this 3it
ly, 1961
l LEATHERMAN, Cli rk.
iii Court, la By: E II I.AN WAY.
I leputy i "! rk
8,4-11-18-25
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
N AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 53440-A
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7 I FTTH Bl >RS< iDY
NO'CE TO CREDITORS
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Hi ... ELIZA HE III Ui >RSI
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BY HENRY LEONARD
LEGAL NOTICE
"No, Doctor, stop crying olreody, so I con lei
you the rest of my trouble*!'

LEGAL NOTICE
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni n ICE HI RBBY GIVEN that
the undersli ealrlni ngag/ In
plneai i thi rictitl n < i :
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE tNDER
F CTITIOUS NAME LAW
- HI REBY GIVEN I
"! desiring t engage I
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RIGHT 1 !.Y LEANING I.Al'N-
& ALTERATIONS at 106
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WILLIAM SILVERS
SO N VTHANSON
-v 111 t r.. > :. ] William Silver!
7/28, B 1-ll-lS
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
- E IS HEREBY GIVEN that
deraigned, desiring to engag< In
-- inder the fictitious nami of
M i'LIANCE 8ERV1CENTER at 838T.
' Road, Miami, Dadi County,
' ntenda to register said name
' Clerk of th. Circuit C< url
i unty, Florida.
DAVID ZEL1GMAN
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for ..-. Id Z> : Linan
17! ... Way, Miami 45, r I
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THE ClRC'JIT COURT OF THE
ElE.ENTh JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
N CHANCERY.
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Deputy C
7/28. 8/4-11-18
N THE : RC CC.'=T Cr THE
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NOTICE OF SUIT
Ti i AN1EL MAGANl I
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Lcs Angi 'i.rnla
Yi ; ARE HEREBY NOTIFIE1 I I
,. -..n h been brousht against you
i.. CENTRAL SAVINGS BANK IN
THE CITY OF NEW YORK, In the
above-entitled Court, to forecloM
mortgagi encumbering the following
described property, t< -wit:
l^.t 10, in I'.lo.k 21. SECOND ADDI-
TION TO SIERRA, according to the
plat thereof, recorded in Flat Booh
.7. iit oag< 7, of the public records
i ; Dade County, Florida:
and you .ir< required to file youi
answer with th.- Clerk of the Clri :it
Court of Dade County, Florida, t the
Ci irthouae In Miami, Florida, on oi
'. September 5, 1881, and t> serv
., i.j.% i ; i ., awer upon DAVID
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., hose ddn as is 14th F*iooi ^t !C1
FTaglei Btri at, Miami i
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOT1 IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt
ii,. ..' rrsigned, desiring to tngggi In
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RESTACRANT ..t 1125
Miami Avenue, Miami, Florida
Intel reglatei said I ame Ith
f thi cult Ci in of 1 d<
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HAN BACKS
.. "V iHERTY
n Sacka
7/28. 8.4- -Ii
NOTICE UNDER
F CTIT1OU8 NAME LAW
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the fictitious nami
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NOTICE UNDER
F.CTITIOUS NAME LAW
N< 1 Ii E IS HEREBY GIVEN
th. .. ... desiring to engagi 1:1
business ndei the fictitious nami ol
FLORIDA RESTACRANT at 2822
N %\ Tth Street intends ti register
said name with th Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
MARTA PEREZ,
s< ie 1 iwner
7 28, S/4-11-1S
NOTICE UNDER
' CI TIOUS NAME LAW
NO BREBY GIVEN that
'. -:' ng to engl
the fictitious nami > 1 I
A LI ,v i RINTIXG SERVICE
A MIMEOGRAPHING SERVICE; A
PR1N' a SERVICE; A LETTER
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VICE; A Ct)NVENTION SERVICE;
A Di i ICATING SERVICE; A BCSI-
NESh S RVICE, (Division of Metro
-- ..t 2353 1 'oral ffaj In-
-. 1! nami a with the
1 'ii cull Courl of I '.ni.
Count Ida,
RLES M FREEF1ELD
RIAN EREEFIKI.D
7 21-28, B -11
NOTICE UNDER
F.CTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni E IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
thi 1 ...-:: 1; ti, enttagi
buslnesa .11 : the fictltloua names of
MIAMI M 1 \ CREOLES CO. ;
MOONS CREOLES MIAMI MOi iN I
CREOLES: TROPICANA TAFFY;!
FLORIDA SALT WATER TAFFY at
MOI N W 36th siM. 1. Miami, Florida
intends t' register said names tl
thi Cierk of the circuit Court of Dadi
County. Florida.
LAURA LEE CANDIES, INC.
KOVNER .v MANNHE1MER
Attoir.. >s for Laura I '.uiili.-. In.-
7 21-28, B 1-1!
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
tin undersigned, desiring to engagi In
business under tin fictitious name ol
ALBERT'S BLUE FLAME BAR at
2105 Ali-Baba Avenue, Opa l^icka.
Dadi County, Fla., intends to reglatei
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court if Dade County, Florida
ALBERT NclIWi ID,
Bole 1 >w in r
Kaati nl.aum, Mamber,
Gopn in A Epstein
11 : Appll< ant
1 Lin. In Ri ad Bidg
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LEGAL NOTICE
21-21 t i-.'.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTK r is HEREBY GIVEN that
thi mdersigned, desiring to engag< In
businesi ndei ih. fictitious names 1!
(1) Marty's Venetian Blind Co.
M..r ;;. .i.ilouslp Co.
(8) Mai ;> Sen en Co.
Hi Marty's Screen Window Co.
. Marty's Window Co,
1 -. ty's W Indi w s. n I.
.- W 1st Street in:, nils t, reg-
Istee si names with tin Clerk of the
rt of Dade County, Fli
: 1. '. I.' IGHNEY
-. Ownei
7/28,8,4- -
NOTICE UNDER
CT'TiOUS NAME LAW
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N ~-E ; RCUIT CO.BT CF THE
ELEVE'.'- JL'DlC -- C RCL 7 OF
FLCr DA, IN AND.FOR DADE
CC-cNTV IN CHANCERY
No. FC 8069
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LEATHERMAN Clerk,
e Count} Fli
By: K M LYMAN,
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I EN BS8EN
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7/28,1 1-11-18
NOTICE UNDER
r CTITIOUS NAME LAW
'EN that
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f let 11 1 .1 1 1 I
..- iN s STEAK i LACE at 7140
s W. -" : I, Fla Inti n
e with thi
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NOTICE UNDER
- ClTiCUS NAME LAW
NOI S I .. IVEN that
desiring to 1 nc
businesi r the flctlt is ni
Fi iltWARDING SYSTEM at
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with tin Cl rk of th. Cli
cult Court 1 1 .,.:. Count}. F101 Ida
NEDR1K INC
a Fla. Co-1
B 11-18-28, I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 8554
Mil WEST MORTGAGE COMPANY,
a %:- n, authorised
ni -- : : bi Stati of Florida,
1 lalntiff,
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R WENDELL PHILLIPS, el al,
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NOTICE OF SUIT
T( MAJ< RR WENDELL PHILLIPS
PHILLIPS
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N< T1CE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
thi undi signed, desuing to engage In
I ua ni si inder th.- fictitious nan- ..f
CLOVER LEAF TAVERN at 180 NW
167th Street, Miami. Florida Intend
t< reglatei said name with the Clerk
i th< Circuit Court of Dadi County,
Fl. lids
DAVID ASIIKIt and
MIRIAM ASHER
Owners
CAIN A ISIS
Attorney! foi Applicant
B 4-11-1 --25
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 8226
NI Yi RK SAVINGS BANK, a
.mi. 1. \isiiiit under the
laws of thi State of New York,
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NOTICE OF SUIT
Jl >HN i: HENS! IN
1 RICIA A HEN8ON
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. \ii I-'., ci Basi. Maine
N \l\ and MILDRED MX
la Stn t. N.W,
ta Geori
.: HEREBY Ni iTIFIED that
o. en brought against you
RK SAVINGS BANK, in
entitled urt, t.. forecl e
::.: in u ll.li.ri nj- the follow-
1 operty, to-wit;
k 2, ..f R, 1 CLARK
SITES aci ordlng to the plat
,. irdi il In Plat Book '-:.
- 1. l .7. of the public records ..f
1 -. i- lorlda .
.. required to file your
th the 1 '1< rk of the 1 "In ult
r Dade 1 '.unity. Florida, at the
BI in Miami, Florida.
Si 1 tember '.. 1961, arjd to serve
... iti !. answi r upon DAVID
1 kTSMAN, PlaintlfPt attorney,
w hi s< addn ss Is 1 ith Floor al 101
. Str.ct. Miami :;.'. Flor-
n or before said date, aa re-
1 > tin Laws of Florida, if
you fail to 'I. so, thi complaint will
1. ken ..- confessed bj you and a
1 ,, ., pro Confesso will be entered
against yon for the relief demanded
in the complaint.
1 \TI-:D this 1st das of AUgUSt, l'.'fil.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
i"!ei k of the Circuit Court
l.i. I "ounty, Florida
By HELEN KESSLER,
Deputy Clerk
1 kVID 1 ATSMAN
14th FIooi at mi K. Flagler 8L
Mia n Fli -rida
4-11-18-25
not.ce by publication
in the circuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit of
Florida in and for dade
county. in chancery,
,No. 61C 8527
"HRISTIAN
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SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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Ni W York
. ^ iRTIZ CHRISTIAN
Bill of Com-
Ivi has 1 n filed
.lii.i > on are required to
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. > Bill of Con
: SAM BL M IM,
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: .1 itivi >\ k s
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Rjdoy. August 18, 1961 +JmUii fkrkttan Page 3-B 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 YORK—High on the agenda 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 formulate Hadassah's American and Israel programs for the next year. The first convention plenary session on Sunday night. Aug. 20. will underscore the need lor utilizing Aliyah Hadassah Slates Meeting eroup of Hadassah, newlyfo 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 memhi 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 corn wen Mesdames Lillian as, Esther Bergman. Kuth Ep and Caiman Spiro. Mrs i '.iclis is president. Marc Abramson models newest style in children's apparel, designed at Training Center for the Blind. Nathanya, 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 department stores. tiormony Chapter Party mony chapter. B'nai B'rith V. i n, is having a card party with i • and refreshments at the Lull hotel Tuesday evening. Mrs. m Horowitz is chairman of vent. New and delicious! L WILNO KOSHIH r MSTXAMI •* %  "* %  JWV Ladies Pick 'Woman of Year' By Special Report WASHINGTON—Mary 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 service organization, announced Miss Switzer's selection here. She said Miss Switzer was named (or unstinting 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 Margarel Chase Smith tR.-Me.) are among previous recipients of the Auxiliary'-. "Woman of the Year" Award. Miss Switzer has headed the Office oi Vocational Rehabilitation since 1950. During her tenure, the number of handicapped persons who returned to useful employment jumped from 55.000 in 1954 to 88.000 in 1960. Epstein, former national president scientific approaches to the problems of life, especially in the Middle East. Principal speakers at this session will be the Hon. Arthur J. Goldberg, United States Secretary of Labor; lion Ogden it Reid, former U.S. Ambassador to Israel; and Dr. Kalman .1. Mann, directorgeneral oi the Hadassah Medical Organization in Israel. At the plenarj session on Monday mght. Prof. .John P. Roche, chairman ol the Department of Politics. Hrandeis University, will discuss "The Making oi American Policy." Michael Comay, permanent representative of Israel to the t'nited Nations, will speak on "Israel in the International Arena." Avraham Harman. Israel Ambasol Hadassah, and now national chairman of the Hadassah convention, 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 Jiaoassah, in which she will review the activities of the organization dur ing the past year and discuss major 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 American affairs and United Nations education. Hadassah's medical activities in Israel, Zionist affairs, membership, Youth Aliyah, and Hadassah's vocational education activities 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 Tuesday 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 University of Maryland. In another highlight of the convention, 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< mple Emanu-EI affiliate unit there of the national organization. Donald Mmtz. 18-year old restdent 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 Sunday. Mrs Schoen will be accompanied by Mrs. Max LeYine. president of the Florida State Department Auxiliary. ;ind Mrs. Obbie Rosenthal. past president. ILNO KOSHER SLICED PASTRAMI Ash for All WILNO Kosher PRODUCTS Corned Beef, Pastrami, Salami, Bologna, Krispit Frankfurters Koshruth Quality Flavor WILNO KOSHER SAUSAGE CO. 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"Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Volume 24 — Number 32 Miami. Florida. Friday, August 11, 1961 Two Sections — Price 20* CALLS FOR MIDDLE EAST INTEGRATION Goldmann Urges Israel Neutrality Ike Mediation CAMPAIGNS ON LIBERAL PARTY PLATFORM PAGE 7-A TIL AVIV—(JTA)—Dr. Nahum I Goldmann'.initial plunge into Is|rael politics, keyed to the theme filial brail should adopt a neutral|is' policy between the Eastern and |Wetern blocs, and should also seek Integration in the region, sparked idespread discussion throughout Israel Monday. the Brst two of a series ol iled flection addresses tor [he Liberal party. Dr. Goldmann described Israel's foreign policy as no policy at all. Declaring that Israel's foreign policy had not changed in the past decade. Dr. Goldmann said it was "shortsighted" for Israel not to seek some sort of ntegration in the region because all present world policies were based on regional groupings. Israel; goes to the polls Tuesday. The world Jewish leader, speaking to large and enthusiastic crowds, charged fhat Israel was neglecting Red China, which he said would become within a few years a major factor in the world. Presently, he said, there was hatred toward Israel in Red China. He attacked the attitude in Israel of "wait and see and don't do anything, or staying put, of being afraid to try anything new." He urged the neutralization of the Middle East through having both blocs ensure the peace of the regContinuad on Page 10 A Reds Charge West With Anti-Semitism NEW YORK — (JTA) — Refertu anti-Semitism is made in text


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Friday. August 11. 1961 +Jenist! ft* rid/tor Page 5-B> Miss Stein Weds Howard Rand ManC i Meg Stein became the ,..Vof Howard Lee Rand or. Sati KM Aug 5, at the Americana Mayer Ahramovitz ,,,,,, „ the candlelight cere| W hich *as followed b> a reI "* "? %  j .r BUM ghter ,i Mr. and Mrs. Philip L Stein 1331 97th si Ray Harbor I l!lr new bride aiteuded the I er sit> 11 Miami a id is a memlb,ol Delta Phi Epsilon. I |„., wedding, the former I. • S e an i< e blue peau I. ngth sheath with an I train a id a backI, jed Her bo iquet wasa II mjn • e orchi Is. Resnii l sister >f the atron if ho ior, and j'_ re %  • BUU a id Beth i grooi I'S niec s, and li rma Stein, cousins th son of Mr. and \ dm i ite, of Staten \ \ md .a gra luate of i-ei sity, Col ege of I | -• %  n was El otl Resnick, IM an Davis ami Dr. Ben •> d as ushers. veddii i %  i trough \ %  \ |yv • la ill make Auburn, Ala., where 1 i conti le hi • studies i. edi ine. Grants Will Live in Miami Rabbi Gross on Television i st,u Sma Voice," television pro. i gram sponsored by the Greater MRabb Alexander Gross, principal' a mi Rabbinical Assn.. on Sunday Of the Hebrew Academy, will host over WCKT oh. 7. at 10 a.m. MRS. HOWARD RAND Benson, Tusk Plan for Nov. • Le • n, ol i %  i i ... iunce 11'" -I of the r lau jhter, l\l son of 1 rusk, of Fair.: i a ite of [ ll TechI j residing in Denver, I a raduate of Indinational denial honorary. He is l i. and Fairleigh Dick-1 presently a captain at Lowry Air j > School of Dentis-1 Force Base in Denver. I i ember of Pi Lambda I The young couple will be married md • cron Kappa L'psilon. I in November. Las Vegas and California arc the honeymoon destination of Mr. and Mrs. .lack Grant, who were united in marriage Sunday afternoon, Aug. 6, at Agudath 1-rael Hebrew! Institute. Rabb Isaac Ever officiated at! the 2:30 p.m. ceremony, which was followed by a reception" and dinner at Michele's restaurant. The former Phyllis Hershkowitz, daughter Of Mr. and %  .: %  %  Sam Hershkowitz. 7734 Abbott ave Miami Beach, was given in marriage j by her father, and was attended by her sister Mrs. Allan Jay. matron ol honor The groom, -ii of v -'' • Mrs. min Goldstein, 1550 Drexel %  ve.. Miami Beac led with Equtabh Lif v i So-: eiet3 ral Gables I Kramarz was best mar. Whei • urn from their wedding tr ) j iung couple will reside in Miami New Members Accepted A Imited number of new members will be accepted bj the B'nai B'rith Social Singles at a dance Saturday night a*, the Shore Club hotel Entertainment and refresh-! ments will be available. 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N CHANCERY, N "K. %  SUIT FOR DiVCRCE ITA Hol ... %  '' that Bill • It n ,u i • I % %  %  I ir Anwwer tip tn the 1 •' 'omplaint -,'.;•,:•HANI KI. I.MAN : K S E l•::! %  Street, M ami i i-ai h, Floi Ida and file i rlainal Vnswi or Pleading In of [hi Clerk of the ClrouK thi 2th day of II you full !•• do i".. i. :ii Ii) i.. fault ;li be '•• %  ken -i you for ihrelief di manded i:i ..: i'. in plain! Title notlci >iinii bi published once foi fout eonaecutlve weeks IE JEWISH F1X>RIDIAN DONE ANP ORPEREP at Miami, I ., rida 'in24th da) <>f July, A D :•• I K B LEA rHERMAN, Cli rk, Circuit Court, Padi County, Florida B) WM W STOCKING, I'. i in x i lerk I \NIK1. I.. 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HIrequired b) tlit I,I. w of K thi complaint will i • n feased by you a i %  ., !••, Confi sao w 111 bi en ten -i .. .i f, i tl n-l:. f <:• :i • %  %  %  :nt. L,AT] thia 1st da) of Amrusi LATHERMAN f t h i 111 • I I' : %  nt) Floi By: HELEN KENM BR, it) %  M N N THE C'RCL'IT COURT OF THE EL'EVENT" JDIC AL C C T C FLTR D* N AND FOR DADE ;;_•.-. '. CHANCERY %  %  '• • %  : • • .. • E OF j-. 1 Lei ATTENTION BUSINESS & PR0FES5.0HAL MEN Answerite Telephone Answering Service eel as Secretary when yci' arc cut or c'osed. 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WM W ST' 'CK1N • 1., i • \\ :ng • Attoi ti. v ('t Plaintiff : it •; i -11-18 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDiClAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, Nc. f 1C ?7t3 I %  : Itlff. \ B 'S !A SMITH %  / %  ri BR • fi ndi ni NOT.CE EY FLELICATION I • MTU ZAl'BER : ii l.ak. I'rivi Ni % %  lerses H ZAl'BER, %  Vabur) Park, i ilia t. • %  ... i. .i,,-, n re reI <>ur An• n • int on S! %  < >NE AND N vi.'.... and file \ %  or P -. h, Circuit • %  ii das of fall to do so, • riil be taken • %  ,i, m inded • i bi hi rl II• %  live weeks EW1SH K PR1PIAN \ %  %  \. • tl '.v.i' :.! Miami, his 21st Jul) A I'. • E : LEATH1 RMAN Cli rk, 'ounty, i-T.iii.ia ., .. Bs WM W STi ICK1NO, Deputy i .ik -NE ANP B1T1 El istrla Satlonal Bank Bldg\ .. Florida Mton eya for Plaint fl 28,8 I 11 18 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU'T OF FLORIDA IN AND FCR CADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 61C 79?" 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Page 4-B fegfgfe nwidKairi Friday. August 18, 1961 Dunkels Leave For Jamaica Trip Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Alvin Dunkel 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 performed 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 pardental school was here in Miami for officer's training. His aunt. Mrs. ents are Mr and Mrs. Irving DunMax 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 gradMrs. 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 training. 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 assured for a long time to come. Dorothy's also active in Temple Israel Sisterhood, Women's Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai Hospital. National Council of Jewish Women and the Cancer drive — all of which have seen her in various .leaderDOROTHY 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, "togetherness." which takes on new meaning for all the Serottas. who read a lot. go on excursions together, and keep their televiewing to the education 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 Hiami Senior High and the University 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 residence 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 honeymoon to the Nevele Country Club in Ellenville. NY. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Margolis will live in Coral Gables. They were united in marriage at the Knights of Pythias Hall on Saturday. Aug. 12. Rabbi Sheldon Edwards, of Iowa City. la., officiated at the 8 p.m. ceremony, 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 trimmed 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 Philadelphia, Pa. He attended Temple University ar.d Gratz College ,T Philadelphia, ar.d is president if Rho Pi Phi fraternity. He is prosently workir.g as a pharmacist Marvin Margolis was his brother*! 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 wonderful 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 parents Mr and Mrs. Jack Wucher. Susan, their older daughter is currently 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 united 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 graduated 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 fiance is a graduate of Rutgers r„. versity and the University of Miami law school. He is presently a certified p.;tncaccountant 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 before. 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 and Mrs. Harry Kapehuk. t> 1 ** ^' /or all occasions WEDDINGS OUR SPECIALTY ALGIERS Jlo/iut 2513 COLLINS AVENUE Phone JE 4-2907 OPEN 7 DAYS 9 o.m-11 .„,. DU.1VMV ANYWHLKl • F „.,, *. Wlta CHARGE ACCOUNTS INVITED One fine day, six "girls." who had been friends in Miami Beach / .u ,.. %  !£ WCre married found themselves guests of Mrs. Arnold Pian (Ruth VVildman), who now lives in Texas, for lunch at the Diplomat GIVE YOUR CHILD A GOOD RELIGIOUS EDUCATION AT THE ISRAELITE CENTER RELIGIOUS SCHOOL 3175 SW 25th Street HI 5-1529 REGISTRATION BEGINS SUNDAY, AUGUST 20th 9 AM Our School Is Accredited by the Bureau of'Jewish Education of Greater Miami. • Our Teachers Are Licensed. • Our Classrooms Are Air Conditioned. • Our Tuition Is Moderate and Payable Monthly N._ C0 ?' %  MD *" T M My man K inner, Pre* dent *„—-._ *_i L %  .. • -— -' iworton Malavsky, Rabbi Bernard Gelbart and Esther BicHmca Co-chairmen, Board of Education



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Page 8-B •. k*>i*t fhrMirtr Friday. August 11, ]%\ N QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED FREEZER SALE! There's one sure guide to more enjoyable eating: choose your meats and poultry at your nearest Food Fair Kosher Meat Store. You'll get SELECT QUALITY at ECONOMY PRICES, while the cut and trim assure you of better cooking and tastier meals. For maximum SAVINGS, stock your freezer during this repeat sale! CUT AND WRAPPED FOR YOUR FREEZER AT NO EXTRA COST! BEEF Forequarters 175 LB. AVERAGE CHOICE OR PRIME + 49 c lb. WHOLE RIB OF BEEF CHOICE OR PRIME 59 c lb. 32 POUND AVERAGE LAMB Forequarters 25 LB. AVERAGE 49£ BEEF CHUCK 110 LB. AVERAGE CHOICE OR PRIME 49 c lb. BONELESS TRIMMED BRISKET OF BEEF 12 LB. AVERAGE 79 c lb. CHUCK OF LAMB 18 LB. AVERAGE 43 c lb. BABY Steer Liver 10 LB. AVERAGE 43 C lb. YOUNG TOM TURKEYS 59 c lb. 16 LBS. AND UP STOCK YOUR FREEZER NOW AT THESE LOW, LOW PRICES! NOW SIX KOSHER MEAT STORES TO SERVE YOU EVEN BETTER 163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER NO. MIAMI BEACH 2091 CORAL WAY MIAMI CORAL WAY AT S.W. 87th AVE. Westchcstar Shopping Plaza 2662 HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD IN HOLLYWOOD 19th ST. at ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH 10th STREET and WASHINGTON AVENUE AT MIAMI BEACH MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD FAIR


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Puce 16A Je*isf rkrid&r Friday. August 13, 1551 fOBttT MHHtOI Rockwell Eludes Subversive List Continued from Page IA ckweD a national ; • 1 -1 1 %  -.:.' % %  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 tha 1 Sen Keating, a member of tbe Ser.a'Internal Securitj Commitexpressed 'keen disappointment" over the refusal by the Attorney Genera! to place the American Nazi Party on the subversive l.-t We can no longer pretend Out !h;> is an unknown, unpublidied organization which can be ignored out of existence, itoperations 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 guidance of Federal personnel officers. 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 organization is employed by the Government at this very moment," he stressed. According to 'he Senator. Federal 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 ,1organizations which havi •< a policy of advocating or approving 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 jobbers—remember—we 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 1 :*£ XUGUST BROS Hyp IS 'h, flrSr' *• i Walter Bedell Smith Highly Praised by Eban JERUSALEMJTA ..-'•pra.-' • iate Ajoenean Gen Waiter B BO died :n •VafhJnsjl 1 I weekend, eras ek by Minister H lat•: •:• • • %  • sin • a: to UH L'ni%  • 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 ;uei r • 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 "urs— and sometimes ask him— ell Smith thinks Mr Eban disclosed that Gen itulated Israel's Gen. •.;<.. or: the latter's conduel 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 turc •MKN Sit lunch kit t pliable 1 r,' • t( ci.air bottle. Idee! Itr CM, prtr.es. 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. tf ElKTtlC (LOCI .11. M justiblc ilirm Accm.lc <*d euiet. nc regulftin|. 16 WICI SH OF aHU Floral 1* PIECE STAINLESS JTEEl 'able 6ENERAL EUCTIK HEATING PAD PLAID TRAVEL IA6 IV 'one FREE TRANSFER OF FUNDS from anywhere in the United States. Savings accounts opei.ed or added to through the 10th of the month earn from the 1st. current annual rate 'One to a family. Sorry; no gifts by mail. Se Habla Espaiiol DOWNTOWN: 100 N. E. 2nd AVENUE BRANCH: BISCAYNE SHOPPING PLAZA FREE PARKING IIW FLAGLER FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI CN ACCOUNT mm Nr TO ,10,000 BY THE FEDERAL SAV.H6S LOAN FRANCE CORPORATION


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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
and Mrs. Harry Kapehuk.
t> 1 **
^' /or
all
occasions
WEDDINGS
OUR SPECIALTY
ALGIERS Jlo/iut
2513 COLLINS AVENUE
Phone JE 4-2907
OPEN 7 DAYS 9 o.m-11 .,.
DU.1VMV ANYWHLKl F .,, *. Wlta
CHARGE ACCOUNTS INVITED
One fine day, six "girls." who had been friends in Miami Beach
/ .u ,..! WCre married- found themselves guests of Mrs. Arnold Pian
(Ruth VVildman), who now lives in Texas, for lunch at the Diplomat
GIVE YOUR CHILD A

GOOD RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
AT THE
ISRAELITE CENTER
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
3175 SW 25th Street HI 5-1529
REGISTRATION BEGINS SUNDAY, AUGUST 20th 9 AM
Our School Is Accredited by the Bureau of'Jewish
Education of Greater Miami.
Our Teachers Are Licensed.
Our Classrooms Are Air Conditioned.
Our Tuition Is Moderate and Payable Monthly
N._ C0?' '" MD *"T M
My man K inner, Pre* dent *-._ *_i__l ..
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F; dr August 11. 1961 *• Jen 1st Fkradfi^r Page 3-B Registration Set 7he Race ior s P flC At Beth David Gerald Schwartz, regional d of the American Friendof the Jacobs Couple Mark Anniversary >bi and \ Ja b, Beth David's nursery and kinderHebrew University, will address a garten school has begun Its realsluncheon meeting of the Miami of 231-36th St., Miami Beach, will nation for the new year beginning Beach Lodge of Bnai BTith Tuesobserve their 5J:h weeding Ml* day noon at the Lincoln Lane res\ersary this week. Rabbi Jacobs was the first Reform rabbi in Florida in 1904. servin September. The school, at 2625 SW 3rd ave.. consists of a nursery for children three years of age, a pro-kindergarten class for children four years of age, and the kindergarten for children five years old. Children o! the kindergarten will be eligible to enter first grade of public school in September. 1962. The kindergarten meets every weekday morning from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. The curriculum teaches children how to live and work together in an American Jewish environment. Holidays are made meantaurant Schwartz will discuss "Israel Enters the Race for Space." Summer Camps End Season ing Congregation Ahavath Chesed, of Jacksonville, and the oldest rabbi, serving aReform Temple when he retired in 1956. When Rabbi Jacobs and his wife All four day camps of the Greater celebrated their golden wedding in Miami Jewish Community Center 195". Rabbi Jacob Kaplan, of Tereibrought the summer season to an pie Israel, Miami, who performed end this week with a series of spethe original ceremony in 1907 in cial events. Buffalo, remarried them at Temple On Sunday, annual camp carniBeth Sholom, with Rabbi Lain val was conducted by camper* of Kronish participating. Camp Noar at the North County Mrs. Jacobs was program direeYMHA. with proceeds going to the lor of Temple Bmanuel's religi ua for needy chilschool in New York for many years. ingful and enjoyable through arts scho i arsnip flind and crafts, songs and games. A dren .special reading readiness program. Ka dimah Kapers" was the title approved by the public schools, is () thc camp ^ for tht parenls taught in the daily kindergarten () ne b(jys and girls enrolu (i at All the teachers are licensed by i the Southwest YMHA Branch, and !the Bureau of Jewish Education of, was presented Tuesday night. Greater Miami. Camp Avir Has Varied Program Mrs 3essie Greenwald, of Miami Beach, receives the Chai Pin Award of the Zionist Organization of America from Jack D. Gorion. chairman of the special event sponsored by the Greater Miami Districts of the Zionist Organization of America. Mrs. Greenwald was presented with the award in recognition of "her continuous service in the office of the ZOA." She has often been cited by local Zionist leaders "for her volun,. • work and dedication." Children receive refreshments during the morning. Transportation to and from the school is furnished j in certain areas. Religious school program includes some 650 students, which now encompasses the new branch | Thursday school opened by Beth David in the Marsh auditorium. Highlight of Camp Avir's a v On Wednesday, a "Wild West" [ties during the fifth week of camp day featured a chuck wagon at were the Friday evening services Camp Ma-Ka-Bee at the Miami conducted by the staff and campBranch, i ers. Gary fanner, assistant direcfamp Shalom of the Beach Branch! tor. was in charge of the contorial was to present its annual camp ; selection*. show. -Alice in Fantasyland." on; The senior camp has attended night at the Jordan;the Junior Museum and Food Fair bakeries. The junior camp visited UN Study Group Meets Tuesday Shaloma Hadassab Meeting South Dade area at 10431 SW 77th The Greater Miami Jewish ComFunfair and Velda Dairies. ave to accommodate students j munity Center served over 400 boys The camp s annual Indian show Who'live in that vicinity. land girls in an eight-week season, was to take place on Thursday. Shaloma group of the Miami Beach chapter of Hadassah will have its first summer meeting Monday noen at the Sea Gull hotel. Mrs. Manuel Feirman is president. Freedom Bricks Sold at Talk United Nations Study Group will iv.:' %  I iesdaj evening, 8 p m., at Washington Federal Savings and lLoa v--' 13th St. and Washington live >peaker will be Prot Aril lillips Of the English De11 it thc University of Mi1 if. Phillips will discuss the At a meeting here of the Ladies' ii United Nations — Fifteen Auxiliary of Jewish War Veterans. lYeari > Clark M. Eicheiberger. North Shore Post Mrs. Milton tnna Weiss, 6020 Indian Greyten discussed "The American is in charge of inforinaFreedom Center." The Center is beng built at Valley Forge, and will be a marshalling point for study, research, and training in the American way of life. Following Mrs. Grayson's talk. Freedom Bricks were sold to help raise funds toward furnishing two rooms at the Center as part of the national project of Jewish War Veterans. food Stocks for Refugees l I stocks of the Cuban Refuge-' -.vi-yciicy (enter were augn l here by a donation reCi from Harris and Company. A kload of staples purchased by Miami advertising firm was de red to city and county offic uho then turned the food loveMarshall Wise, federal govlernoi lirector of refugee relief [in t> ire i Mrs. Grayson is pathetic instructor of the North Shore Auxiliary. SKIP /Vn vD thing to start the r in ... a brightlored, wide-skirted roy jumper, paired a separate white louse. Size 7-14. ri$p jumper with tfon trim, teamed ith a white rufflesleeved blouse. Magenta or green. .'J range or magenta mper, white blouse with matching sleeve trim. ng People's World, fourth floor miami. At all five Burdine's stores. -vansih-irLe fashions



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Friday August 18. 1961 t mlst FkridOnr. Fcge 15-A LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER C'CTiT.OUS NAME CAW HEREBY GIVEN thnt to %  %  v. %  fictitious name of I H • N AN I VSSI <'iAT'-:s rthwesi %  Street ntende to nami with thi i e of 1 • % % % % %  < i "ounty, JACK D. < iLSHEN Si • i 'Win : 8/4-11-'.' | T %  IN 'HE CRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Of FLOR'DA, IN AND FOR DADE COLNTY. IN CHANCERY No. flC 8167 tl I KY SIMONS, %  I : I ••• INS, •. dant. NOTICE TO APPEAR I, THEL SIMONS Kali 17C Rhine cliff Drive !,, Bti : Nl W Yin k ', %  art .i',j. ', %  (! I, servi a Copy <'t nnawi r to the complaint for 01., .i, plaintiff's attorney, STANI I I > M PRED, 814 Baybold Build2 Floi 'i.i, Mini rile the %  ,:1 with the (''elk of the abovi i %  iii b< i'-.r. the 12th da) "'. lembtr, I Ml, oi a decree pro conI,., jvl I be entered againat you, 1.1.,i ..i Miami, Florida this 3it ly, 1961 • l LEATHERMAN, Cli rk. iii Court, laRS< iDY NO'CE TO CREDITORS i redltirs and Al I r-ns Ha> Demand* \t alnet Said i -• '.•.!;. not If rwint ar.) ....:: ., i ... .. r. ..> ha\ • Hi ... • ELIZA HE III Ui >RSI • r MHHO BY HENRY LEONARD LEGAL NOTICE "No, Doctor, stop crying olreody, so I con lei you the rest of my trouble*!' LEGAL NOTICE i. %  nty Judges of Dade C I %  • thi ffices ii i .-• %  i ...: hin \ i : • f thi I I IDER I Zil'.!. I dan .'. %  tlei : St re eI • %  • .. • -11 • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni n ICE HI RBBY GIVEN that the undersli ealrlni • ngag/ In plneai i thi rictitl %  n < i : CROWN Gl'l STA Wa} M .. %  • Fli %  • %  t 11 • f 1st I Bfl '...' %  • %  f thi icult i %  I %  • : ,. • MEN %  MAI Attoi : • %  .w R.4. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE tNDER F CTITIOUS NAME LAW HI REBY GIVEN I "! %  desiring t engage I 1 er i he fictitloun na>n i i I RIGHT 1 !.Y LEANING I.Al'N& ALTERATIONS at 106 • :, e, Miami i'.each, Flor1 '' B ti reglatei said name with 1 %  %  %  • K i %  : I • Ircull Qourl of 1 ttdi i • •.. i %  • i .. WILLIAM SILVERS SO N VTHANSON -v 111 T r.. > :. ] William Silver! 7/28, B 1-ll-lS NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW %  %  E IS HEREBY GIVEN that deraigned, desiring to engag< In • -inder the fictitious nami of M i'LIANCE 8ERV1CENTER at 838T. Road, Miami, Dadi County, ntenda to register said name %  Clerk of th. Circuit C< url • i unty, Florida. DAVID ZEL1GMAN i.-1 I• owm : l %  • OE D1X< >N, KM.' for ..-. Id Z> : Linan 17! %  ... Way, Miami 45, r I ; it • i-n-it • THE ClRC'JIT COURT OF THE ELE.ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE N CHANCERY. Nc tlC A I.ERO QV1NONES I .:.,'. %  • NOT CE BY c L EL'CA' _'. %  %  • I i I • c %  I • '..-•• %  I %  ... %  ..... ....'. %  .... i te I h day oi I t, Dadi ; i IAN 7/28,84 %  THE : RCV T CCURT CF THE ELE.E'.TH ..D C 'L CIRCU'T OF r LORIDA IN AND FOR DADE ~ %  !N CHANCERY, Nc. 6-C 772J I BRESNEDO VI A %  iV.l Ft ESN El • 1 • :• i %  •CTiCE EY PUBLICATION 'I .:. \ | • 801 54th st w.st New I I i] '. V F-RESN1 %  %  •A i : N.-vv Y rk, Ni A .'. Bi S BM %  red ti fill pour answer ti with the M rvi •' • %  no i' N "IO-MI Coagrest B r.idinsr. Wenue, Miami, FT %  %  i • \. :. t 28 IM1 he taki %  I :il" i '."titv. RTorida By: X M T.YMAN. Deputy C 7/28. 8/4-11-18 N THE : RC — CC.'= T C r THE ELEVENTH ; U0 C AL Z RCUIT CF r LC c D* N A\cC" r^-IE COUNTV. S CANCERY. %  : r C E3C1 .... \:< S m TYOFNTvW YORl I i;:w.if the Stati ••>.-..': H lalntiff, M VGAN e1 u 1 I !• NOTICE OF SUIT Ti %  i AN1EL MAGANl I I" P in • -n a Sir. Lcs Angi 'i.rnla Yi •;• ARE HEREBY NOTIFIE1 I I ,. -..n h been brousht against you i.. CENTRAL SAVINGS BANK IN THE CITY OF NEW YORK, In the above-entitled Court, to forecloM mortgagi encumbering the following described property, t< -wit: l^.t 10, in I'.lo.k 21. SECOND ADDITION TO SIERRA, according to the plat thereof, recorded in Flat Booh .7. iit oag< 7, of the public records i ; Dade County, Florida: and you .ir< required to file youi answer with th.Clerk of the Clri :it Court of Dade County, Florida, t the Ci irthouae In Miami, Florida, on oi %  '. September 5, 1881, and t> serv ., i.j.% i ; i .,• awer upon DAVID I CATSMAN Plaintifra attorney, ., hose %  ddn as is 14th F*iooi ^t !C1 FTaglei Btri at, Miami i i %  be) %  • -• %  late as reed by : • %  • awi : I" • II tail 1 o so, 1 hi i] la t ili be taken ai %  by j .. ; %  w Ii enterei .-^:. Insi >. foi thi •' demari eri ay oi HER •' N I • ft! rcaii •" %  : %  ENKi -•: %  r •' S I • %  31 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOT1 IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt ii,. ..' rrsigned, desiring to tngggi In :-! %  • flctitloui nami %  RESTACRANT ..t 1125 • Miami Avenue, Miami, Florida Intel reglatei said I ame Ith f thi cult Ci in of 1 d< i HAN BACKS .. "V iHERTY n Sacka 7/28. 8.4-Ii NOTICE UNDER F CTIT1OU8 NAME LAW S HEREBY GIVEN t I • %  %  enaragi the fictitious nami ;x •.'..•-'..Mlai '• Kith thi : ,. • ..... %  ,,.•: •\tt. : : .,nt %  • 1-11 NOTICE UNDER F. CTITIOUS NAME LAW N< 1 Ii E IS HEREBY GIVEN th. .. ... desiring to engagi 1:1 business ndei the fictitious nami ol FLORIDA RESTACRANT at 2822 N %\ Tth Street intends ti register said name with th Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MARTA PEREZ, s< ie 1 iwner 7 28, S/4-11-1S NOTICE UNDER CI TIOUS NAME LAW NO BREBY GIVEN that %  '. %  %  • -: %  ng to engl %  the fictitious nami > 1 I A LI ,v i RINTIXG SERVICE A MIMEOGRAPHING SERVICE; A PR1N' A SERVICE; A LETTER ', i Hi I'D 1 1 i| F8ET SERVICE; A Ct)NVENTION SERVICE; A Di i ICATING SERVICE; A BCSINESh S RVICE, (Division of Metro %  -%  ..t 2353 1 'oral ffaj In% %  -. 1! nami a with the • • • 1 'ii cull Courl of I '.ni. Count Ida, RLES M FREEF1ELD RIAN EREEFIKI.D 7 21-28, B -11 NOTICE UNDER F. CTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni E IS HEREBY GIVEN thai thi 1 • • ...-:•: 1; ti, enttagi buslnesa .11 •: the fictltloua names of MIAMI M 1 \ CREOLES CO. ; MOONS CREOLES MIAMI MOi iN I CREOLES: TROPICANA TAFFY;! FLORIDA SALT WATER TAFFY at MOI N W 36th siM. 1. Miami, Florida intends t' register said names tl thi Cierk of the circuit Court of Dadi County. Florida. LAURA LEE CANDIES, INC. KOVNER .v MANNHE1MER Attoir.. >s for Laura I .• • •'.uiili.-. In.7 21-28, B 1-1! NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that tin undersigned, desiring to engagi In business under tin fictitious name ol ALBERT'S BLUE FLAME BAR at 2105 Ali-Baba Avenue, Opa l^icka. Dadi County, Fla., intends to reglatei said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court if Dade County, Florida ALBERT NclIWi ID, Bole 1 >w in r Kaati nl.aum, Mamber, Gopn in A Epstein 11 :• Appll< ant 1 Lin. In Ri ad Bidg i ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! i*J(nisti fk/r£diSnn solicits your legal notices. We appreciate ycfur patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Mai i-'ii :uno.-f icr messenger service LEGAL NOTICE 21-21 t i-.'. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTK r is HEREBY GIVEN that thi mdersigned, desiring to engag< In businesi ndei ih. fictitious names 1! (1) Marty's Venetian Blind Co. %  M..r ;;. .i.ilouslp Co. (8) Mai ;> Sen en Co. Hi Marty's Screen Window Co. Marty's Window Co, 1 • -. ty's W Indi w s. n I. %  .W 1st Street in:, nils t, regIstee si names with tin Clerk of the rt of Dade County, Fli : 1. '. I.' IGHNEY -. Ownei 7/28,8,4NOTICE UNDER • CT'TiOUS NAME LAW Ni • S HKRKH1 GIVEN I the unui • ng to 1 :.--. • %  %  1 %  •:.'.:-: iRi ra • -••••• M ami %  %  ..-. wltl %  %  : MK;X %  >'. IN • STEIN .. 1 %  I. I KR1* % %  ... %  % %  If N'N I .• for S %  • '.-. • %  21 %  1-1 %  • N NOT CE EV ouBLCATiON H THE : RCJU T COL'R T C c T HE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CF -L: c D* ^N 'NO FOR DADE : : NTV. IN CHANCERY, No f'C 7857 %  >. : NOT :E '.: c =. Fit D US NAME LAW • %  -. • %  %  %  .• %  : %  •...-• %  • %  Street, > tends 1 register si .... 1 .... • • %  • wnei .• • 4-11-18 N ~-E ; RCUIT CO.BT CF THE ELEVE'.'JL'DlC -C RCL 7 OF FLC r DA, IN AND.FOR DADE CC-cNTV IN CHANCERY No. FC 8069 R %  '. ERI .' %  %  tiefel NOT.CE EY PUBLICAT;C' r BH1RLE1 .'' %  %  v, nut ie, Maryland YOU Al. .< ,. c mi :. %  ; • %  bei by 'HER. and therefen A • • w th [hi al ••• C irt and -,: t. pj theseol upon ALFRED. ... % %  %  Mian • %  %  • .. %  • .. Bl .. • %  • : • %  I : % % %  Dated this I rk, • • %  LYMAN %  • FO F, D /C R C E %  \ : • • %  %  %  %  %  %  • • aint 01 ff't BEN ESSEN ESt, r I'leadli • %  efori thi iS8th .. \ %  : ... si .. • will i %  %  : %  • : aim I I :. • si .'.] : %  : %  : %  :. 111VI • %  %  RID1AN DONE .NI 1 •!.: ERE1 ..: :•: this 24th v A I> • • LEATHERMAN Clerk, e Count} Fli By: K M LYMAN, :> %  %  :iei k I EN BS8EN IttOl • : I ... 1 ;:ff 7/28,1 1-11-18 NOTICE UNDER r CTITIOUS NAME LAW 'EN that : %  f let 11 1 .1 %  1 • %  1 I ..iN s STEAK i LACE at 7140 s W. -" •: •' I, Fla Inti n e with thi .: : i •,.... I .i.:> %  rNC .. Fla Soie < iwner KES8 Vt 1 %  • 1 \prllcant ........ Bt j 1 NOTICE UNDER ClTiCUS NAME LAW NOI S I .. IVEN that desiring to 1 nc businesi r the flctlt is ni Fi iltWARDING SYSTEM at ti nils I., register • with tin Cl rk of th. Cli %  cult Court 1 1 .,.:.• Count}. F101 Ida NEDR1K INC a Fla. Co-1 B 11-18-28, I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 8554 Mil WEST MORTGAGE COMPANY, a %:-• %  %  n, authorised ni -: : bi Stati of Florida, 1 lalntiff, \.R WENDELL PHILLIPS, el al, 1 efendi %  U NOTICE OF SUIT T( MAJ< RR WENDELL PHILLIPS • PHILLIPS B Wan • A; I N< 81 • Belli • %  % % %  YOU REBY NOTIFIED that a suit has bei rou MIDWEST iMPANY it %  %  • • • • erty, to-wit k 25, SECOND Al : IJ SIERRA MIRAI'A .. I t there of. rt %  f %  • %  %  • %  10 flli ... ... • %  %  • • SMAN : St:eel. Mia P • • • : %  %  ... %  I ; ... \ N '.'. 1 %  ,. MIAN %  Fragli st • %  .' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N< T1CE IS HEREBY GIVEN that thi undi signed, desuing to engage In I ua ni si inder th.fictitious nan..f CLOVER LEAF TAVERN at 180 NW 167th Street, Miami. Florida Intend t< reglatei said name with the Clerk %  i th< Circuit Court of Dadi County, Fl. lids DAVID ASIIKIt and MIRIAM ASHER Owners CAIN A ISIS Attorney! foi Applicant B 4-11-1 --25 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 8226 NI %  Yi RK SAVINGS BANK, a .MI. • 1. • \isiiiit under the laws of thi State of New York, % 1 LKNSi >N, el al. %  %  • danta NOTICE OF SUIT Jl >HN i: HENS! IN 1 RICIA A HEN8ON i \ %  \II I-'., ci Basi. Maine N \l\ and MILDRED MX • la Stn t. N.W, ta Geori •. : HEREBY Ni iTIFIED that o. en brought against you RK SAVINGS BANK, in entitled %  urt, t.. forecl e %  ::.: %  in u ll.li.ri njthe follow1 operty, to-wit; k 2, ..f R, 1 CLARK SITES aci ordlng to the plat ,. irdi il In Plat Book •'-:. 1. L • .7. of the public records ..f %  1 -. ilorlda .. required to file your th the 1 '1< rk of the 1 "In ult r Dade 1 '.unity. Florida, at the BI in Miami, Florida. Si 1 tember '.. 1961, arjd to serve ... iti !. answi r upon DAVID 1 kTSMAN, PlaintlfPt attorney, w hi s< addn ss Is 1 ith Floor al 101 %  Str.ct. Miami :;.'. Florn or before said date, aa re1 > tin Laws of Florida, if you fail to 'I. so, thi complaint will 1. • ken ..confessed bj you and a 1 ,, ., pro Confesso will be entered against yon for the relief demanded in the complaint. 1 \TI-:D this 1st das of AUgUSt, l'.'fil. E. B. LEATHERMAN i"!ei k of the Circuit Court l.i. I "ounty, Florida By HELEN KESSLER, Deputy Clerk 1 kVID 1 ATSMAN 14th FIooi at mi K. Flagler 8L Mia n Fli -rida • 4-11-18-25 NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, ,No. 61C 8527 "HRISTIAN • :: :N X. 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*Jenisf) fUridliari
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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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[ 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 |
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-winter in a unique stitch, and
then recmbroidered it with all-
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While in Japan. Mr-- Moe Rippa
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that she chose lor this final con-
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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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Caracas where the government
will receive us in Bolivar Square.
with the newly-appointed Israeli
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"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
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Page 1S-A VJmisii noridian Friday. August 11. The Good Life By MAX LERNER Detroit Judge Postpones Court Ordei Khrushchev's new party manifesto is a clever and brilliant propaganda document. It promises peace on earth today and jam in the ComJ munist heaven tomorrow. It reassures the Russian people in their JUtm over the war danger. It lortilies the unilateralists in their conviction that it is only the free world's leaders who are digging humanity's grave. | It offers a blueprint for a Commmunist golden age which will feed the dreams of millenialists inside and outside the Communist regime., It invokes the idea of the good life in concrete terms for those who yearn for security. _#_ — ft — — ft — PROMISES, OF COURSE, are cheap and easy to make, especially since the world 20 years from now may be either too busy to remember or too devasted to care about checking up on them. Even today, it is only the announcement of the new party program ; which has brushed the dust of history' away from the last one. adopted | at the Eighth Party Congress in December, 1919. (For a convenient summary, see John S. Reshetar Jr.. "A Concise History of the Commu nist Party of the Soviet Union." published by Praeger.) Lenin was in charge in those days. He explained war by his favorite theorv of imperialism. Khrushchev today still flays the ghosts ol the old imperialist powers, and creates a new ghost in order to attack the Americans. Actually, the real danger of war today comes rom the expansive thrust of the Communist imperialisms of Russia and China, which Lenin could not have foreseen. Despite Lenin's appeal to the new Asian revolutions of the times, he could not have guessed that the chief hopes of world communism in 1961 would lie not in Europe but in stirring up nationalist revolutions in Atr. CI and Latin America, and that the chief problem of his successors would lie in quenching their nationalist tevor. _^_ _t the Detroit Jewish Community Center from providing programs on he Sabbath. Credit for the postponement was .-(aimed b> the committee for the Center Sabbath closing, which is eaded by Morns Brandwine, De'roit Jewish communal leader, and which includes Jcseph Hotzman. who is active in national United! Jewish Appeal work. Circuit Judge Thomas J. Murphy initially refused to grant the tern-; porary restraining order asked by Ben Wrotslavsky and ordered both sides to submit bnefs. He alsoi urged the plaintiff to withdraw the plea and to submit the case to a Jewish conciliation commission. Brandwine said that Wrotslavsky agreed to ask Judge Murphy for the postponement so that the contending factions might work out a solution to the dispute privately. At the same time, Brandwne said thit the request to the plaintiff did not mean that the committee had altered its determination to seek not only a halt to programs on the Sabbath in the Canter, but also to have the Center closed on that day. After a lengthy debate, the Center was ooered on Saturdays several months ago to permit cultural activities for children. The later dispute developed over a decision by the Center board to allow use of some health facilities on the Sabbath. Plans also were pushed to complete naming of a committee of 50 Jewish leaders to meet with the executive committee of the Detroit Jewish Welfare Federation. which provides an annual grant to the Center to meet its deficit. The Detroit Jewish News has urged in a front page editorial that every effort be made to end the dispute outside of the courts and to end the "threat" to the unity of the Detroit Jewish community "It la not the public hearing that will be held in the court room of Circuit Court Judge Thomas J. Murphy that matters." the Jewish News said. "Nor is it even the major issue involving the Sabbat; I that is at stake at the moment. Ol community should be concern* ; at this time about the threat to ;• unity, the danger that lurks that a sound and a solid kehillah. the well organized social organism known as Detroit Jewry, may be disrupted as a result of an inner conflict out ill which have arisen two warring | factions whose leaders are unwilling to come to terms through me?!I iation. by way of reasonable com promise." Secret U.S. Effort Bared Continued from Page 1-A press here revealed for the first time that the official was Deputy Secretary Anderson, and that he arrived in Israel shortly before the 19S6 Suex campaign. In line with the requests for absolute secrecy asked by the White House, only three people knew about his arrival and his mission. They were Mr. Ben-Gurion, his political secretary, Mr. Navon, and Mrs. Golda Meir, Israel's Foreign Minister. The American mediator was ; housed ir. a secluded villa in Jerusalem whore he held three meetj ings with the Prime Minister at which proposals for procedures i and subjects of possible negotiations with Nasser were worked out. j The official then flew in a special I plane via Athens to Cairo, w her" he conferred with Nasser. He then 'returned to Israel and. in addi| tional meetings with Mr. BenGurion. announced to his extreme regret that his mission had failed because of Nasser's complete intransigence. 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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-
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'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-
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Friday, August 11, 1961 —Jenisti fhrUUan Page 7-A Beth Sbirah Plans School Schedule R< art this week %  slur; h Irom nurserj thr ti h grad< it ti mpoi irtt rs at 11289 S. Dixie hv \ eluded w and Sundaj ciassi gh confirmation. First sessions, under certified graduate teachers, will be held at Palmi Lto Hi h S< hool on SW ll8ih St., b( ginning Sunday, Sept. 17, at i.m. Daily Hebrew school and B ir and Bas Mitzvah training will be held in Suniland Hall, 11589 S Dixie hwy., with Cantor Herman Gottlii b in charge "i instruction ] Beth Shiran announces committee aptivities; Rabbi Mo:m Skop, ritual and educa' MS v7 r e V ? n de P artn ? ents u Le T ft < <>n; Stephen Kessler. constitution andIbyJaws; C 'L tci J,i S, TL. me n ? bersh!p i. L ouis Leon Roth, budget and finance. Beth Shiran • r*i v ?> it r ,— ""'"' fuugei cna i.nance. ttetn fc Gieene Men s Club; Cantor Herman Gottlieb, will have a regular meetina Sundcv ev ] oir; Mrs > ose F h Katz. aduit c.cin Suniland Kail. 11539 So^ Dixie & ening (rtidnaim Campaigns on Liberal Platform \\ IV iJTA) — Dr. V. lu iann held his first "worki this week with leaders a I • ral part) before launchi jle ol election speeches ii eight mass rallies throughout Israel. e world Jewish leader was me! at h airport by Liberal party leaders and a large corpt oi newsii lie read a prepared statement in which he reiterated his pos.tion that he would not attack anj other party in Israel in his camps : ing tor the Liberal party for tit ,^ug. 15 general election. Hi also declared that whoever ed that a non-Israeli Jew had i iu right to Israel was taking a periIi approach leading toward a %  < ration between Israel and' Ji -vin other countries which could be dangerous, it not fatal, to Israel He said there could be no scpi ation between Israel and Jews elsewhere and that therefore H.< partnership between the two Jewries was not limited to philanthropy hut included the right of the. non-Israeli Jew to advise, comment and express views on the key probIi ms ol Israel. Commenting on his American passoort. Dr. Goldmann Added later that if he had had n Is•"••II passport, he would not have •tcceeded in obtaining "those millions of dollars for the surv vor of the Naxi regime." The question, he remarked, was "how many millions for the Jewish nation is my passport worth?" He alto stressed that when his house, row under construction in Jerusalem, was completed he would •.ettle in Israel and bring his fami'y here. Mapai sources meanwbJJe Indicated the) were dissatisfied about Dr Goldmann's participation in the Liberal party election campa en, claiming thai his post as pr< -cut of the world Zionist movement had been entrusted to him as a nor partj personality. They asserted that his action in joining the I ral party was done without Israel Election Meeting Apathy JERUSALEM—(JTA)—The present election campaign in Israel will cost more than any ol the previous national elections held since the establishment of Israel, but it is practically certain that it will call out he least number of voters ever participating in electing members to the Knesset, Israels Parliament. This became clear here, a week before election dav. although attendance at election rallies has increased during the last few days Earlier .the public evinced little interest in the campaign meetings. The elections will be held Aug. 15. Because the voting in this years elections takes place in the summer the previous elections were held in the fall there will be quite a large number of absentees. In addition, it is anticipated that many will abstain Irom voting because of lack of interest. It is also expected that many voters will east blank ballots to demonstrate their indifferenceto the resull of the elections, or their protest that the elections were not necessary. The elections this lime are generally considered bv many Israelis SS untimely. 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And rememper—here at the Seville— I luncheon for ten or a banquet for over t thousand can be served with thi same gracious ease' Censult DS soon Catering Manager Call ESTELLE POLAK ^5^ eville ncia Also Available Sfrieflv Kosher Caterina JEfferson 2-2B11 OCEANFRONT, th TO 30th STREETS, MIAMI BEACH consulting the Zionist Actions Committee and that he had sent letters to Zionists in the Inited States askng donations lor the Liberal party election fund. All of Israel's parties stepped up the pace of campaigning tins week with hundreds of meetings covering every section of Israel where a voter might be found Speakers were making dozens ol talks each day on tours covering hundreds oi miles. Newspapers were packed with solicitations for votes, most oi them placced by Mapai an.I the Liberal party. An attempted campaign innovation by the Liberals—electioneering on trains — was halted by Judge Zvi Berinson, chairman of the Central Election Committee. He said that the practice of Josef Sapir and ether Liberal speakers of conducting talks and discussions on trains moving between Jerusalem. Tel Aviv and Haifa was illegal because the election law banned the use of Government-owned property, and the trains arc Government-owned. The ultra Orthodox Workers party the Poaie Agudan. announcedI its election platform. The planks included proposals for a five-day week, equal judicial authority for civil and rabbinical courts, opposition to any diplomatic relations with West Germany, introduction Oi "more traditional Jewish morality in Israel's delense forces and full government support for the Agudah education system. Have that Business Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion You'll find complete facilities to exoctly satisfy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade end Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for o wedding or a private party I at the tor Information! HAZEL ALLISON CATERING DIRECTOR JE 1-6061 tttl St. Collln. AVON



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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
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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.
The ( try's police forces were
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fully mobilized to check for an;
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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
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Fridcy, August 11. 1961 +Je*isi> fhriciitr Page 11-A Ham 3enet (left) and Samuel Reinhard. officers and founders o! l:; Hebrew Academy, are shown consecrating the site uuor. -vhich new school will be built with soil from the earth wheie the Holy Temple in Jerusalem stood. Present at the ceremonies were the officers and members of the Hebrew Ac::c.~.y. B. I. Binder is president of the Academy. Beth Torah Will Start Registration Betl Toran Congregation. 1051 iNo. .\i :ni Beach blvd., will start pegistri ion t" the fall term of lur.M •• %  Sunday and Hebrew Icbool! n Sunday morning. ivd over 20 years ago, the tion offers a complete edupro-;rjm from ages 3 to ; the supervision of Rabbi Orgas '< %  mgn [cationai [iti unce Mux A Lipschiti and Abraham J. j Ciltels" education director. Th %  khool I l jer the pre -i' lers i'. dam i tellinj gro orning weekday nursery staffed by professional and stresses a full readi: .ram for first grade, l'n-1 direction of Rebecca Kay, i supervisor, the school ofsses i! music, rhythm. | .Is an 1 crafts, and story1 A completely new play-1 quippei with the latest' educational outdoor facilities, has recently been completed. The Sunday school primary department emphasizes Bible stories, 1 holiday observances, and a special Hebrew program held one day a week, "Hebrew Through Fun." The Hebrew school departmentprovides a five-year program leading to graduation and entrance into Hebrew High School. Bar and Bas AIM/\ ah training and a program of extra-curricular activities including choir, cantonal study, Torah reading, and athletics is offered. l More than 50 youngsters are icgistered in the Hebrew High School and confirmation programs. and a new post-confirmation class will meet this year for the first time. TWIX CITY GLASS CO. ejMAHTEtO MIRRORS JT0 fRONTS fURNIJURt TOPS ANTIQUE MIRRORS & RE-SILVERING 4UT0 GLASS INSTALLID WH/lf YOU WAIT 12:0 • Htii Street, M.B. Closed Saturdays Tel. JE 8-6141 • %  WKAT-FM FROM BRAHMS TO BARTOK You'll Hear the World's Finest Music on WKAT-FM 93.1 on your FM dial MIAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION Programming MORE LIVE Concerts! WKAT-FM Bank Says Inflation On the Rise Continued from Page 1-A higher than the figure at the end of 1959. What was especially noteworthy, the bank asserted, was that "all the price increases took place in the second half of 1960, while the first half of that yar showed a continuation of the 1959 trend of stability." The price rise w a s attributed mainly to "a rise in demand resulting from a higher level of di>posable income and an increased rate of restitution payments, in ad-1 dition, prices were affected by the general rise in demand in money terms due to an expansion of the money supply which was not wholly offset by the increased supply of goods and services available from local production and imports." Prices were also boosted by the imposition of new or additional government taxes and duties on a number of products. "On the whole, the 1960-61 estimates for the Israel development budget indicated a 25 percent increase in comparison with the figures of the previous year." the report said. "This occurred in spite of the fact that the revenue from the United States counterpart funds declined by £40.000,000 (about $22,000,000) to a total of £160.000.000 and that from the counterpart funds deriving from reparations payments" declined by another £5.000.000. The banks said that the main sources to finance the development budget had been expected to be the sale of debentures to Israeli investors but a very large proportion of investments funds went into the purchase of common stock. The bank reported that unilateral transfers of foreign currency to Israel jumped nearly 20 percent Jo 300.000.000 and that this increase was due mainly to "the net increment to restitution payments which reached the net figure of $98,000.000 in I960." The bank added that this "stream of personal restitution payments from Germany was likely to continue for several years, since it includes both nonrecurrent payments and pensions which will continue to be paid for some years to come." The report noted that reparations payments from West Germany to the Israel Government, though they increased slightly during 1960 to $80,000,000. "are expected to contract drastically during the next few years and are due to cease in 1964-65." Diplomats Will Talk at Gathering By Special Report WASHINGTON — M. Couve de Murville. Foreign Minister of France, and Arthur Lourie. Israel Ambassador to Great Britain, will address the B'nai B'rith International Council at its annual meeting Aug. 14 to 15 in Paris. The Council comprises representatives of B'nai B'rith districts on four continents. The two-day meeting will review B'nai B'rith activities in the 39 free world nations where the 400,000-member organization operates American and Canadian delegates and members of a B'nai B'rith European survey mission, a group of 139. will depart for Paris this weekend by chartered airliner. Following t h e Council sessions, they will separate into four missions to tour B'nai B'rith mstalla[ tions and visit Jewish communities i in various parts of Europe. A fifth group of 31 will go to Israel as the first "flying institute of Judaism." conducted by B'nai B'rith's adult Jewish education department.



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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 Friendof 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 capitalwhere he met with government officials 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 Partt-~eriean Tour on the firsf Caribtci-i voyage of tr.e Israel Zim luxcry '.\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 conMetier with the cruise beginning with the festive reception upon the lin wal of the SS Jerusalem in Mian and the Captains Dinner that will include official recepGurion 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 *iend decisive mandate tc -:—n a new government, aro ct ee-d to find new bases for to 'ebcration in a coalition govtrame-.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 commuI 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 ceremonies 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-decorated boats with bands in native costume, ushering us into port. Representatives cf the governments will then board ship and officially receive us in the spirit of Pan-American neighbors with whem we share a common friendship for Israel. "The receptions within the countries 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 DAILY PICK-UPS TO NEW YORK M> UEBERMAN & SONS f*W mm MLIEBER>IAXl?0N-5 pi -MCPK.Vn m MIAMI fUtMtA 10CAL AND LONG DISTANCE MOVING TO AND FROM NEW JERSEY • PHILADELPHIA • BALTIMORE ALBANY • WASHINGTON • BOSTON PROVIDENCE and all other points Weekly Service Hre Proof Constructed Storage Warehouse 655 Collins Ave., Miami Beach Dial JE 8-8353 4 4 4 4 4 4 < : \ < < 4 i' 4 4 4 | 4 4 I 4 4 < PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. "Miami's Leading Memorial Dealers" Serving fa* Jewish Community Simtt T926 HIAMI-S OHI 4*0 ONLY JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS CITHUNG ixuusivtir 70 THE JIWISM WlHJiU GUARANTEED riNEST QUALITY MONUMENTS AT LOWEST PRICES IN MIAMI I Beth Shirah Plans Holiday Schedule Rabb; Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb, and a 'en-voice choir -. luci High H. :> %  p..;.. ger for thenewly-founded Re• -•; ictii ':-Tc rr.ple Beth Shirah. Resh Hashona sen Ices will beSunday St pi lo. 8 \ I SW 119th %  <:. : t rd rd. Th< %  st M?.c u .;-.-r Prayer Book will S vices will continw II lay. 9 45 .. m on S< :: and :2 Nic're Day i: Atom m< nl %  • %  • ... gin on Tu Sei' 19. ;.: : ; :.. with Yc-m Kippur morning services on Wednesday al & 45 a.m. Yizkor Memorial will be iollowed with a special youth service at 3 p.m. Eli Skop. former student at the Hebrew Academy. will blow the shoiar at all services. Sisterhood members of Temple Beth Shirah will be hostesses at the post-Yom Kippur "break-the-fast" dance at Suni .nd Hall on Wednesday. Sept. 20, at 9 p.m.. with orchestra and social hour. Reservations are now available at the temporary headquarters of Temple Beth Shirah. 11289 So. Dixie 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 oldest 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 synagogue proper. •lr. Venezuela, he Jewish community will come cut to the port City Of La Gua:ra to meet us. and drive us into ".hecapital 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 bethe climax of the nation-wideiiesia. 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. "Cur arrival in Panama will be il th rer; city oi C Ion. The governs or. :.arranging to have special trains rr:rL ,;from Colon to ma City zr.c thi P ; "jet'ier mmunity, is orng a •••.. at the Caribe riate program ref3 ;• %  ihe life i Ikways of I le. "When vi eo—e to Wera Crux, Wft will f nd not :-ily the Mariachi| ard folk :ar.:*r S aboard our we.corri-j c:;*s 'but seve'al -. Hired people H Mexico City who are organ : -? ojr to Ve-* Crjx te receive us and the SS Jerusalem on her first trip to he,r country. % %  %  %  • % % %  -.there will be ••.'.( -.•:. ;il ; irentS. One will be a rece: the government Fr daj afteri n, bringing us togethei with th leading dignitaries froJ all wi -..:' life in the tradii spiril oJ Mexican hospitality, am the other :.• the Chanuka B. the fabulous Sports Club on S das night." SW ciiOi eivice pmamum OPTICIANS; FASHION CENTER CF T HI SOUTH Lc-cfs:? ec*ion in latest S'. £5 tc* Man and Women nrf! "K s; SPACE IN ma ::'•r< {Nl TO Busts 721 UKCOIN ROAD : 1 rite Mall) l : i -E 8-0749 c;.. • :-; %  tr.>:-p;prfo.vs nua :r v TttT LENSES WE INSTALL GLASS FOR EVBBV PURPOSE STORE FRONT PLATE AKID WINDOW CLASS furniture Taps, fitveled mirrors mn4 iesilverimg Ci r SfH-ialty L 4 G. CLASS AND MIRROR WORKS ^^ '3* $-W. th ST. Mttfta Or'!•. Phon* f%\ 1-13*3 GPfvr V£RirrRS HEADSTONES rOOTStONES Only S35.00 Why Poy More? Buy for less ot P-!mer's and Sove! 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+Jenist> ftcridiatn
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.
* *
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
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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.
*
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
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Veil everything i- "A-OK." Volunteer workers for the United
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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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The Washington Star did es-
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writer living in Lordon, that the
real Mr. Cohen had never writ-
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Cohen was general secretary of
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author of at least two dozen
books, net one of which deals
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history of Zionism, travel books,
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ary Jewish affairs based on his
broad experiences in Jewish work
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The Washington Star stated edi-
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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-
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rication."
Vconiing to the JCRC and The
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list made public in a letter to the
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Page 14-A +Jewisti Her id tan Friday, August 11, 1961 United Nations Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON Value of United Nations Emergency Force to Mid East Peace United Nations IAIHEN THE NEXT Genera) As" scmbly convenes on Sept. 19, lit will face an agenda which, as lit stands provisionally, includes 77 I items, and .000-odd soldiers stand on guard at Sharmel-Sheikh. on the shore of the Gulf of Akabah. seeina to it that Israeli shipping uses that Gulf without Arab molestation. Without UNEF'S post_ there. Israel's flourishing harbor at Eilat would be nothing but .i little water hole on the edge of a desert. And UNEF watches the borders along the Gaza Strip. Without UNEF, Israel would be subjected again to raids by fedayeen. those terrorist sabateurs trained !> Nasser for one purpose—to spread terror inside Israel. If the United Nations did nothing else all of next year, its maintenance of UNEF would be worth all the co.-ts. in money, men and political tensions, centered at the United Nations headquarters. The birth of UNEF is worth recalling from time to time. • • Dawn was breaking over the East River, on November 2. 1956. when Lester B. Pearson, then Canada's Minister for External Affairs, mounted the podium of the General Assembly, convened lor its first emergency special session. The Assembly had convened the previous afternoon, at 5 p.m. Now. after nearly 12 hours of continuous debate Mr. Pearson delivered a fiery speech. He had a proposal. Pearson had had lunch, the previous day, on the "8th floor, in the Secretary-General's office, with Secretary General Dag Hammarskjoid and the latler's executive assistant, Andrew W. Cordier. He had brought a new idea which he tried out on them. Hammarskjoid called in Dr. Ralph J. Bunche. As the former mediator between Israel and the Arab states, the man who brought about the four armistice agreements in 1949. Bunche was the Organization's foremost expert on the Israeli-Arab disputes. Hammarskjoid, Cordier and Bunche agreed with Pearson's idea. So. at dawn on Nov. 2. Pearson told the Assembly he would like to see embodied in a resolution a provision authorizing t h e SecretaryBrowsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN For Reading At All Levels Overseas Newsletter: B y ELIAHU SALPETER Near the Trial's End Jerusalem IN THE MORE than three months that %  have passed since the Eiehmann trial began, the Court and its proceedings have become a permanent fixture in the life of Jerusalem. It is a must for every tourist from abroad. It is an obligatory sight-seeing spot for Israelis from other parts of the country and. tor the journalists, local and foreign, it seems as if there has always been an Eiehmann trial five days a week. By now. the trial is entering its sixth phase. The first was the opening speech of the attorney general and the cpening reply of the defense counsel. The second, the most horrible one. was the appearance of 112 witnesses who des> nfied. mostly from their own experience, the Nazi inic-rno. This phase culminate.1 in the showing of documentary filrrts. most of which were taken by the Nazis themIves during the very process of the mass murders; the 11 si were taken by the Allied forces upon the liberation of the death camps. Then came the third phase, when Eiehmann took the stand as witness in his own defense. First, he was questioned by his counsel. Dr. Robert Servatius, who led him through several hundred of the approximately 1.200 documents submitted by the prosecution. Eiehmann. with the ability of a super-bureaucrat, succeeded to speak for ten or even fifteen mmutcs about a single "x" mark or about why a date or a letter is in handwriting instead of in typewritten — always using as proof his claim that somebody else, his superior or his subordinate was responsible—and not he himself. But the real tough time for Eiehmann began when Attorney General Hausner started the cross-examination. Initially, to the considerable dismay of most of the observers, it seemed that Eiehmann was keeping even, if not E?ininfc the upper hand. Hausner was carried away with the dramatics of his role, evidently paying more attention to the impression made by him on the audience than on the judges, while Eiehmann stuck to his bureaucratics and had an answer to many of the damaging documents. %  ever, on the third day, Hausner desisted from the and became a hard-hitting and persistent prosecutor following th< scent of a likely self-contradiction on Eichmann's pan llki a top-grade hunting dog. Under this i tless cross-examination, Eiehmann had to admit some of the mo-: dan aging facts. He had admitted a) the very l i t lining that he is guilty "from a human point" of complicity in the murder of millions of Jews, but claimed that b" was not legal]} responsible since he only carried out orders Later, however he said that he justified the sentences meted out by the Nuremberg Tribunals on the top Nail criminals, because they were the men who gave the orders, whereas he himself only received orders. But Hausner showed that it was only a question of the step on the latter: Kaltenbrunner received his orders from Hitler, and passed them on to Mueller and Eiehmann; Eiehmann received his orders from Kaltenbrunner and Mueller, and passed them on to"his subordinates, who then implemented the deportations to the death camps. Another most damaging admission elicited from Eiehmann was that he knew that the "final solution" meant physical extermination, and that its implementation had already begun, when he did all within his power to prevent the emigration of Jews from Germany or German-occupied territories NACHMAN SYRKIN: Socialist Zionist. A Biographical Memoir and Selected Essays. By Marie Syrkin. 332 pp. New York: The Heril Press, 515 Park Ave. $5.00. ykfRITTEN WITH AN informal charm. Marie Syr kin's memoir of her famous father will com mend itself to many readers. In his several aspects — as ideological founder of Socialist Zionism, founder of the Russian Jewish Students' Society at Berlin University, and as one of the founders of the American Jewish Congress — she manages to evoke the intensity of his personality with strong realism. One sees not only Syrkin. the intellectual theoretician, the first to synthesize socialism and Zionism, but also the stubborn, impassioned man beneath. "As a small child." she writes. "I used to ask him — since I was sure that he loved me more than anything in the world — hypothetical questions dear to children One of the questions tells a good deal about the man questioned: if you had to choose between me and the Jewish people which would you choose?" Those had been the two poles of love in my father's life as I perceived them at the age of seven, and he would answer, kissing me. 'the Jewish people'." Some of the essays in the book appear for the first time in full English translation. Among them is "The Socialist Jewish State. called "one of the j seminal tracts of Jewish national thought Miss Syrkin, who won wide acclaim in 1944 for her study of the American public school system, is also the author of -Blessed Is the Match." a chronical of Jewish resistance under the Nazis, and of a biography of Golda Meir. "Way of Valor." She is presently on the faculty of Brandeis University, and editor of "Jewish Frontier." the Labor Zionist monthly. • t THE SCHOLAR FIGHTER. The Story of Saadia Gaon. By Libby M. Klaperman. 178 pp. New York: Farrar, Straus and Cudahy Covenant Books; Jewish Publication Society. $2.95. Libby Klaperman's biography for young people of the magnificent scholar, Saadia Gaon ben Joseph, is written with great warmth and skill. The author has combined tenth century history with her portrait of the spiritual genius, and woven in several threads of the kind of adventure and suspense so dear to young readers. This book, number thirteen in the Covenant Books series of Jewish leaders, is one of the best-written. j Between You and Me: BORIS SM0LAR General "to begin to make arrangements with member governments for a United Nations force, large enough to keep these borders (between Egypt and Israel) at peace while a political settlement is being worked out." The Pearson proposal electrified the Assembly. The delegates adopted the proposal and gave iiammarskjold 48 hours to work out a plan to put the proposal into effect. Twenty-fours hours later, four men sat at a counter at an all-nignt hamburger joint a block from the '.rued Nations. The men were Hammarskjoid. Cordier. Bunche and William Ranallo—-Hammarskjol I'g personal bodyguard. There, over hamburgers and lotfee. the UNEF plan was not only nailed down; the intricate logistics for putting such a force into the field—with everything from guns, supplie-. food and even the cloth, blue-white UN idcniffc-ation helmets—were finalized Hammarskjoid delivered his report to the Assembly — not in 48 hours as ordered, I ut ;n :tt> hours. Within two weeks— UNEF w as on ., eatioii. in Egypt. What would happen if UNEF were not on guard? Israel would be thrown back to the days before the fi.il of 1956. when death, sabotage and terroristic acts were daily and nightly occurrences. Russia would be handed another trouble spot to exploit. The Middle East would explode—first in its own area, then likely the poison of war would spread throughout .one. Observers here, always concerned about the readiness of some people to brand the UN as totally ineffective, point to the dramatic birth of UNEF ard to its continuance, as an object lesson in the real meaning of the United Nations. i Panorama: By DAVtD SCHWARTZ Bell and Emil Berliner ~\ "JELL TELEPHONE stock is one of the blue chips. If you've had a chunk .f it in recent years, you must be pretty ell off The total capitalization ot tb ompany runs into astronomical figures, This is the story of a man who asked or about one-third of the total capital nd who was entitled to it—although he iever gol it. I young boy. son of a father who knew his Talmud vei\ by all accounts, came to the United States around 187* A well bj .. "hen Grant was President. His name was Emil Berlin; I When he got to America, he added an E to Emil. making it Emile. He thought that this would Americanise his name, He worked for a drygOOda house, selling and later a bookkeeper. Unlike his father, he didn't seem very h interested in the Talmud, but he used to sit around the library of Cooper Union reading scientific and engll inp works. While working for the drygoods shop, he I v

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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
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idoy. August 18. 1961 fJewisti ftcricftann Pag 9-A /c>. Crovitz and Mrs. Sidney Weintraub have pined the ikited Fund volunteer leadership team. Orovi z, c oa-t presleni %  -the United Fund, places a space helmet or. Mrs. Weir.Lu.'.head, and by the. end of the drive, they hope to resort Veil everything i"A-OK." Volunteer workers for the United :e needed now. r' A EL !" s %  BY SHIP Fror.i Miami To Miami 1 K:i-i M Lisbon, Naples. Pirceus. SOOOQO Israel. Marseilles. New ^W^tt York. Nassau. B I 43 DAY (ALL EXPENSE) HOLIDAY (Includes • days in Israel) %  estivations United. P;;OKI Ji 2-3334 GETAWAY TOIUS 1633 COLLINS AVE.. AIRLINE TERMINAL EL3G. MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA OPEN SUNDAY 'TIL 10 P.M. VIA %  I 1 4 4 4 4 < 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 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 rea ked Mr Ho ter t0 ive ne u,paper. but could not rememvive 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 perpvtuaiv 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." nearly a year later. The Star had I eased its retraction or. Its own exensive research, after the take report had been analyzed by Herman Edelsberg, director oi the; Washington otfice ol the AntiDefamatioi League oi B'nai B'rith. Mr. Ed< Isberg pointe out that:' l Tl I'U ..no record o! a Comj munist leader, philosopher or pampnieieer 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.ibrary of Congress, the British Museum, or the National I'nion Cat-1 alogue which summarizes the holdings of 800 libraries in the United States: 3> No United States Executive or Congressional age cy concerned with combating Commun' :sm. all oi Which have extensive biographical and bibliographic da-1 ; t a. 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 >• %  • Cornmun:st Party, Nicolai Lenin. %  %  *? k NOW— FULLY AIR-CONDITIONED I S/S FLORIDA 3 DAY CRUISES FROM MIAMI TO NASSAU \ \ •^ %  ^ %  r-pr.?!' The S/S FLORIDA is your "floatinf. hotel" for 2 delightful night* at tea; 2 full days and a night docked in downtown Nassau, convenient to Bay Street shopping. Paradise Beach ... all attractions! ALL (8) meals included ALL oceanview staterooms spacious, open-air decks (the full length of the ship!) everything for your complete cruising pleasure. Calypso Band. Entertainment. Dancing, Captain's Cocktail Party. Midnight Snacks. Continental Breakfast served in your stateroom! Sailing Tuesday* and Friday* 5:00 PM For raurvoboni see any Trove/ Aoeat or 54 from Round trip '39 up / Compare \ i and you'll GO : •.no The Washington Star did establish, by contacting Israel Cohen, a well-known Anglo Jewish writer living in Lordon, that the real Mr. Cohen had never written 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 contemporary 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 ediorially, 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 gratuitously exploited as part of the fabrication." 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 letter v. as inserted in the Congres-1 Camp Avir Banquet Friday Cump Avir annual Indian show held last week at North .Miami Junior High school was under the direction of Mrs. Julius Bluestein and Gary Canner. Costuming and scenery were planned by Hannah Schorr and Rose Comm Hy Tadelman. director, announced the final week of camp 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 Camp Avir. TRAVELING! Travel in SEABOAm STYLE! i a DE LUXE STREAMLINERS Pullman private rooms and reserved reclining coach seats SPACIOUS LOUNGES, including tavern-observation car, for all passengers DELICIOUS DINING CAR MEALS three for as little as $4.40 GAY "HOSPITALITY HOUR" in the afternoon — complimentary Florida orange juice and coffee REGISTERED NURSE, Passenger Service Agent MORNING AND AFTERNOON DEPARTURES! THE SILVER METEOR Uave Miami *0 A.M., E.S.T. THE SILVER STAR Leave Miami <> PM., IS.T. 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Page 10-A +Jcnisf: fkridi&rt Friday, August 11, 1961 Gcldmann Urges Israel Neutrality Chancellor Commander Saul M. Jarrett (right) awards citation to Joseph Malek "lor an outstanding performance" at the installation of officers of George Gershwin Lodge Knights of Pvthias. 300 Attend Lodge Installation Three hundre i members and friend's attended installation of of1 enoi George Gershwin Lodge 198 recently .a the shelborne hotel. Ritual was conducted by Arii-Iph Rachline. Charles Rappapirt. and Henry Goldbt Installed chancellor commander was Saul M. Jarrett. In presenting a plaque to Irving Weinstein, president of the Benevolent Assn., Metro Commissioner Harold Spaet lauded the officers I r your efforts and accomplishment.in the humanitarian work dene by the lodge." Entertainment included a musical program with Joseph Malek. tenor, and Marian Spier, soprano. I r charge of arrangements were Sam Ross and Milton Hurwitz. Tensions to be Discussed "How to Deal With Your Tensions will be the subject of a lecture by Dr. Abraham Wolfson, chairman of the Spinoza Outdoor forum, on Tuesday morning, 8 a.m., at the 8th st. beach, immediately following Charles Siegel's exercise class. This will mark the secona in a scries on ""The Art of Living Happily. General discussion will follow. Continued from Page I-A [on. lie warned that time was not working in Israel s lavor and expressed the opinion that neutralization of the Middle East would finally compel the Arabs to give up thendreams of destroying Israel with CorrThTunTsI aid aTid crcate*fhe chance that the Arabs might accept Israel as an established fact, lie denied th.it he had ever favored territorial concessions to the Arabs or acceptance of Arab refugees by Israel. The Goldmann speeches galvanized the Mapai party, the principal architect of the foreign policy he was so strongly criticizing. The Mapai secretariat called a special session Monday to discuss what to do but no decision was .'cached. \lrs. Golda Meir, Israel's Foreign Minister, irritated bj Dr Goldmann's attack on the foreign policy for which she is responsible, asked for a clear-cut decision of approval tor Mapai speakers to attack Dr. Goldmann. She was seconded by Agriculture Minister Moshe Dayan. However, Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion and Labor Minister Giora Josephtal urged a moderate reaction. The absence of a formal decision not to attack Dr. Goldmann was taken by Mrs. Meir, Mr. Dayan, Education Minister Abba Eban. Finance Minister Levi Eshkol and Deputy Defense Minister Shimon Peres as a green light. They fiercely criticized Dr. Goldmann's peace suggestions and his neutralization proposals, which they said were tantamount to putting Senesch Hadassah Meeting Hannah Senesch group of Hadassah board met at the Deauvilie hotel Monday morning. fABULOUS SUMMER WtCKLY PACKAGE the MADISON Overlooking Ocean at Illinois Ave. ATLANTIC CITY FROM CQ50 FROM JLC80 Semi Pfva'e Pcth Private Bath PER PERSON 2 IN ROOM ... Bicvrlmq on Boardwalk ALL Box Salt Water Taffy __ Roiling Chair Ride FREE Steel Pier Admission Cocktail Party Plus FREE attractions available to ill guests B dway Entertainment. Vovies. Bingo. TV.-Surf Bathing. *GALA JULY 4th PACKAGE -* 4 LAYS 3 NITES fro-.. $27 $30 Semi pvt. bath pvt bath Including MEALS and FREE EXTRAS L Conditioned Dining Rooms, Cocktail Lounge. Lobbies. Also European Plan. '' KtltZer, Pi i Areo Code 609, Ph. 344-8191 Dade Physicians Exhibit Their Art Dade County Physicians Art Assn. is currently holding its second %  annual art exhibit at the Dade County Medical Assn. 2 SF. 13th st.. Miami. The show, consisting of over 75 works of painting, sculpture and crafts created by the doctors and their wives, will run through Sunday. Sept. 10. and be open to the i public daily. Monday through Fri' day, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Tuesday and Friday evenings, 7 to 9 p.m. The following doctors will be represented : Jacob A. Glassman, Joseph W, Ketzky. Lawrence R. Medoff, Ben\ jamin O. Oren, Ben-Henry Rose. : William M George. Manning J. Rosnick, Leon 11. Manheimer, Benjamin Rivera. Ferdie Pacheco, Martin Paul Mahrcr. Philip M. : Grcenberg. Louis Lcmberg. Collins W. Swords, I. Leo Fishbein and WilIred Lansman. Doctor>' wives participating are .Mrs. Sylvia Glassberg, Mrs. Golda Marks. Mrs. Jean Emil, Mrs. Thel' ma Medoff, Mrs. Frances Taylor Kushner, and Mrs. Iris Rich. NEW YORK CITY for important business and leisurely pleasure TIMES SQUARE for '< ientertainment wide convenience HOTEL WOODSTOCK Albert Fcrnadez. General Mgr. (op'/ligni accommodations tf <:r\;ce Cc entail 5> Rettauant 129 WEST 43 ST. for full color brochure singles. $6 $ doubles: $10 $13 JUDSON 2-5000 '(' immediate confirmation of your Woodstock reservation Miami Attorney Heads Bar Unit Samuel J. Kanner, Miami lawyer, took office as chairman of the National Conference of Bar Examiners on Tuesday durng the 84th annual meeting of the American Bar Assn, in St. Louis. Mo. Kanner. who has served tor the past year as chairman-elect of the National Conference of Bar Examiners icurrently a member of the Florida Board of Bar Kxamini rs and was its chairman from to 1958. He is a graduate of the University oj Miami law school. and has been active in the work! of the Florida Bar. serving on the; board Oi governors and on Bar commute* v He ia member of the Dade County Bar Assn.. American Bar Aflsn., and the Florida Bar. Adath Yeshurun Registration Registration for nursery and Sunday school at Adath Yeshurun Temple began Ian week. High Holy day seats are now on sale at the Temple Israel under the influence of the other power bloc. While the Mi akers did not deny the right of any Jew to come in Israel and discuss major issues, they argued it was improper for a non-Israeli Jew to come out and "hcloUc".' Israel 'in the eyes of the world. Dr. Goldmann apparently was undisturbed by these charges. In his second address in .leffa he explained his views ir .i mixture of Vi Idish and Hebrew to a large audience Mhuh included many new immigrants He was warmlj applauded. In his third major election effort. Dr. Goldmann sugg< sted in a fullpage article u iv. an Israeli daily, that Presi I Nasser of the limed Arab Republic might be sold on accepting Israel it Israel was willing to cooperate in an Arid' icy, Among the reactii as to Or. Goldmann's entry into Israel's election Free Eye Clinic For Students Coral Way Jewish Center Men'. I Club this week announced that the, club is continuing its free Eye Clinic for school cchildren. Dr. Herbert Seltman. chairman Of the Eye Clinic project, said he and his committee members will be at the Center, 8755 SW 16th St., on Aug. 16 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Children from 7 to 17 are eligible for the free Eye Clinic screening, and must be accompanied by a I parent or be given written permis-j %  ion to take the test. campaign was had injected into the election debate the issue of an Israel-An I s< ttleme u from ;. p mil of view other than ne standard Israeli position on ho., Jest to insure Israel against Arab attack. Aiiiiii.eoou SHERATON HOTEL* KWE 24,673 AIMMTIOM) GUEST ROOMS RESERVE C*.E TODAV SLEEP COOL! DINE COOL' WOPK COOLt SHERATON HOTELS coast to OMM 'i :! < U. S. A m Hawaii, in Canada, and overseas be FREE FOREI/ER from a never-ending messy chore! 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fcrge T-A +Jeisf fkridiar Friday. August 18, 1*1 Only 'Armchair Critics' Predict Doom Of the American Jewish Community By Special Report STARLIGHT. Pa. — Th ferecasi tin Unenean-Jewish comm ar< iair prophets .>i %  just have not gottei a to set hat is i j imm r u the j rig Ai i rabbi s • Historians • il h e Amt: i table in lai th studj ner ron M Fenster 0 • NY. Hit unique crystal-ball jaiing vs -rtade in an aidress to some I2j -:o -eerage regional eade's c--.e E'nai B'rith Youth Organi2ion participating in a typical Dual Services At Beth Jacob Eth Jacob Congregantis rently preparing for services durT. 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 cnapel. • rice Ms %  gcgue. 1 v.. n< ier tie sei ri eider was •he Home for tfa< gd. of Oakland. Cal s.—n-eyouth program, the orCJzatlon's fourth annual Leadership Training conference. taO > spiritual r : the Jewish Center of %  • ghts, as well as associr of The Reconstruction. a consultant on adult Jew* ... -. for the United Syriaf America, said that waning! f the assimilation of Juch -•• %  States >me from taking in:.—including his.l ry." x says Rabbi Fenster. such a gram •:' ." %  iiing and with our young people can us > impres %  I led: "It is eave attempu at Jewish cAMm mans wms ion al home and come to the CANT0 /M0S W£,ss study can he leisurely. One CailtOr WeiSS flt • heuhtc-red hopes for WMM,WI C I3 W | ip of tomorrow. Aqudath Israel Fenster admits there mav .? ,, „. ril to charges that the Cantor \ Iosc \ e,S8 !" U "' J, -., community >s be' he mu ^ !" oi the hlur *v much promotion and *^f, ,?£! ?£ £? !" £? at nstruction" and that "we Agudath Isra*. Hebrew Institute. busj irselves with communal afHerman Wetttraub. president rget the life of the inthe synagogue, said Wtdnesda> ABE GEFTER'S NEW KOSHER ROMWELL HOTEL MWI.V DtCORATED MIAMI EFACN FLORID* l)< tlMROVT W h ''TRI'U CNtOH tMJllll "III CONDUCT RCSH Hksne*k AND VB HIMl'R StttVICCS aiscitvc NOW re* MICH NOlltiArS KOSHER MEAIS INCLUDED *8E SlTuJ $(j..>0 Ph JE 4 bJETARV l*WS klB SABBATH S.tyttly 0* last w< .. %  i nervations bas I for i ship of the Oi thai peeren. Nab Liberal politics %  s is a i fl HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON GORDON and PONT KOSHEI CAT1IEIS from hon d'oeuvru te m cc-c fe eoffot !W 17C N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI r T NEFR 1-265 5 Uider the Supervision of the Beth D'n t* G'eater Miami OPEN HOUSE WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS BECEPTIONS T3 nn NATIONALLY FAMOUS FOR 50 YEARS THE FABULOUS ZEIGER KOSHER CUISINE! RitzPlaza^ • HOTEL POOL CABANA CLLB • C A UGH> *. AcT/J DOWNSTAIRS ROOM world leader in jet travel Trovi o '0"9* — nli by KtTJA. wed >rovl • n Show T-e. t 1 Service ALL-EXPENSE TRIP FOR TWO 2 WEEKS-ENGLAND & SCOTLAND TRADITIONAL t OPEN-HEARTH COOKtHY 3500 CORAL W*Y • V'AMI • HI 5-133' Tl ALL OOTSlDE OE L'JXE GUEST POCVS a'=E\-i-C'JS£S • PPi/ATE BEACM TERRACE S'.tCK Eto • OLVVPiC PC;L • TV j-3 '•'c. £ THEATER OUTDOOR PAT.O PLANNED ENTERTAINMENT TREE PARKING • DIETARY LAWS STRICTLV OBSERVED • 100O A'R CONDITIONED AND HEATED HAY FEVER HAVEN Superb Zeiger Cuisine FREE PARKING RESERVATIONS: CALL MRS. HOFFMAN JEfferson 1-6881 HIGH HOiy DAVS "eier/orionj N <>w Being Accepted Wt. 10-21. 9 6I ipecial kales ON THE OCUN HI 17th SI, MIAMI BUCH. BIKUR CHOLIM KOSHER CONVALESCENT HOME NON PROFIT NON-SECTARIAN SUPPORTED BY YOUR COMMUNITY L.d.r s ,rict SuD 'tir£:zz); c y: t ^£ • >^24-HOUR NURSING DOCTORS ON CALL ALL DIETS OBSERVED CONGENIAL SURROUNDINGS mmm mmmn t fu** ts*ms minnr BUHDM 310 Collins AY,. Ph. JE 2-3571 Miami Beach



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Page 2-3 fJenisf McridFrart Friday, August 31, ;.%[ I =: Brick-Holders Will Help Build New Academy longtime friends Mr. and Mrs. George Goldberg (left) end Mr. ond Mrs. Louis Heiman in the lobby of the Arcwak, their vocation headquarters in Jamcicc. Miomions Tcke W. I. Vacation %  majc; t Ii %  as 1 Flori • %  %  • term \ -;i Hom< Ag I Beach Heiman S3 •,;.-. %  Close friends for twenty years, the Go ccergs and Heiman* enjoyed their vacation together at the Arawak hotel, celebrating the Goldberg's wedding anniversary. Using the Arawak as headquarters, the two couples also visited Kingston and Montego Bay. Goldberg formerly owned the South Seas hotel on Miami Beach. Mrs. Markey's one-week stay ; wa her first visit to the hotel CAtrJookmg the waters of the Caribbean Sta. She lives at 12416 NE 112!h cl No. Miami. When The new Hebrew Academy on Pinetree dr. and 24th st. is completed.more than 5.000 people will haye a share in the building. Mrs. Leonard Rosen, chairman of the Hebrew Academy Women's brick campaign, announced that it %  j;oal of the committee to • 1100,000 through the sale ol bricks, part of which will be allocated for the Ida Appel Auditorium, and part of the priccr go towards equipping the kitchen in the new school. The slogan of this project will be "A Brick for Life." since S18 signifies "chai," the Hebrew word for life. "The Hebrew Academy is a community school, and it is unfair to solicit only large sums from the •elect few who have the financial ability to contribute. We have embarked upon this brick project in order to entitle every citizen to purchase a share in Academy education and Jewish learning." Mrs Rosen said. In purchasing a brick, the buyer receives a beautifully-designed certificate, certifying that he is a spiritual shareholder in the new building. A brick booth has beer, installed in the lobby of the Sttrhotel to give tourists the opportunity to be identified with the Dew Hebrew Academy. Mrs. Rosen and her committee i.rt planning to arrange sin lobl of other hot* \i tig the winter -• .e -c! up lor • key locations th: %  > Mrs Rosen ai 00 the committee ,.re Mrs. • Shapiro, pr< Academy Won't a; Rflrj arr, president oi tr idemy I'TA; Mrs. Aril r ... Mrs. Jerome £ charles Bogin. Mr.', Jack Mrs. Irvnu r M. H. Rosenhouse and % %  -, senstein. Women to Hear Bowling Plans Mrs. Alfred Reich. District : residf' t, will be guest of honor i.\ Harmony chapter. B'nai B'rith Women, membership party Thurs day evening. Aug. 17, at the home of Mrs. Sam Rosenthal. 894—6th St.. Miami Beach. Members will hear plans for the bowling league to be added to the chapter's activities this year. Chairman for the evening is Mrs. Jack Dernis. Uf Division Picks Head Walter A. Ketcham. newly • appol led South Florida manager of S< uthern Bell, will head the Man ; i r Division of the United Fvir.s Ketcram succeeds John J. Ryar. who has een transferred to Th Manpower Division is • %  c lor recruiting v( ... leers solicited through I s in Dad • %  eers ff~$ SHOPPING AROUND 4 h WITH (liZt(\jJ^a^3 Mrs. Clara Markey ieJcxes 01 the Arawak Hotel Gcrder.s ir. Jcmaicn, VV. I. Early Bird' Family Picnic • • %  • • L • %  11 the 1 1 %  but j .... I %  i p I • blow Flogler Hayride Saturday • Men's Club (•: da Jewish Center ayrid squan turger party Sat lions ai %  HMfTShu BlADDtR \ Drink 6 to 8 IJlGlasses Daily! Recent vistors to Israel ha-, i ported their pleasure in fine:;: old 'friend'" during their trip ,. gcod "friend" was Tetlty Tea which has been famous here in the United States for more than a hundred years as the tea with the : full-bodied flavor. Israelis have also discovered the goodness of Tetley Tea. which makes it most popular in their country. Different people have different suggestions for beating the heat. In Israel, the remedy must be | right all the time and readily available anywhere in that tropical i country. If you want to keep cool, follow the advice of the Israelis — and of millions of Americans, too: Have a tall, cold glasi of iced Tetle: Tea. A glass of delicious iced Tetley with lemon will give plentj refreshment en hot daj Tetlej hot or SERVED IN A GLASS C* A CO* TETIEY TEA .0 :.:,:, ling I.. i %  [1 is strictlj Kos rider rabbinical t Ee sure to stock up cr it is so economical. to< Pci a few pennies, you can make | iced tea fcr the whole family. Kcec icooJ with Tetley Tea. If you like KREPLACH Singles Limited Social glee Limited will hold a s >om of tne Rone) 1 Ii 2b hotel on Sunday e\en:ng. Invited are singl< adults between 2i :< years of aee. In char membership is Miss Jan.ce i • 46K V.V 7th 5t, MORE PEOPLE USC refreshing, calone-tree I o u n t a I n valley Water frcm Hot S prings. 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fOBttT MHHtOI
Rockwell Eludes
Subversive List
Continued from Page IA
ckweD a national ;
1 -1 1
-.:.'
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.
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Peg* 4-B +Jmlsti ftoriJtor Friday. August li, 1961 Oi. EHEN WOMAN 3 e THE WEEK Ellen m •( her husband. Leon Kaye. when they both were at camp a; --,. ihill Country Club in Kingston. NY. It was a three-week \. Iwind courtship, with everyone predicting the marriage wouriVt 1 0 : h sir 25ih anniversary, Leon wanted to invite all of the r. \ a huge party, but Ellen vetoed the plan. During the war. lite i:i Washington was hectic. Ellen am! her hus, privately-owned FHA housing project for army and navy \a businesswoman, Ellen is tops, and she served as 11 1 the manager of the power company. !. 1 had always loved Miami Beach, so they moved here in 1954. 1 1 work from the public relations point of view draws Ellen like a magnet, and today she's an outstanding publicity chairman, When Freddy was in Miami Beach High School, Ellen started PTA publicity She has since trained three editors and served as PR chairman for the last seven years of the Dade County Council of the Parent-Teachers Assn. (Chairmanship in this post la generally restricted to two years Jusl recently. Ellen was quite ill. and Mi ami Beach High School gave her a PTA pin in appreciation of her work — a pin she now wears proudly all the time. On recuperation, her doctor told Ellen to slow down, and so she's decided "not to crowd more than twohundred hours into a week Ellen has also done publicity for other organizations Including National Children's Cardiac Hospital and Ml. Sinai Women',Auxiliary, She has a nose for news, and always comes up with the unusual feature Btorj E len I >ves to write, and is a wonderful correspondent. She ric typewriter as naturally as She eats. For instance: A man she ordered a sweater in Scotland is now on her regular list Holiday greeting cards come from all over the world. 1 V as on that much talked about women's trip to Russia, and iSDOttds with the Soviet Women's Committee interested in our 1 \ publications. To their questions about American women's inter( Elian replies directly and to the point: The problems that interest I women are the problems that interest women the world over. They ba.c to do with men and children and life and love and human kindI WHAT'S NEW? Dorothy Krieger Fink in the Miami Beach Library was picking out a book for the other grandma to read. Mrs. Joseph Mintzer came hurrying from Harrisonburg. Va and got here just in time for daughter Naomi's third baby Naomi is the wife of Richard Krieger Fink. thy's son. The third addition is a 9 lb. 4 oz. boy nomed Jonathan Harvey. • • JUST THS FACTS, M'AM JUST THE FACTS When Irma (Mrs. Saul) Herman talked to her grandson. Josh, in I ornla on Saturday, he said: "No more Saturdays to go. Nana • squeeze me so hard when you get off the plane.'' Irma's daughter, V'icki. and her husband. Joe Friedman, and Josh and baby sister v be on hand to meet her w hen she arrives for a first visit since the 1'JC imans moved to Los Angeles last spring 3i 1 and Florence Lewis went to the Grand Bahamas to celebrate 1' 1 thirty-sixth wedding anniversary. While there, they met Mr and Hi Irwin Kuntz The younger generation does the very same things as their elders. M>n of B. B. and Grace Goldstein, is off on his first flight to New k to visit his cousin. George Selby. He has a list of three musts: E Oks Brothers, a Big League ball game, and the UN — in that He's truthful above all. WHO IS GENE BARRIE? Art and Claire Rosichan just came back from an exciting first trip t Mexico. They poked into all the unusual and strange places. At one 01 the art galleries, they saw a simply beautiful man. and were introduci 1 to him and his wife. He was none other than Gene Barrie. of E I Masterson television fame At a cocktail party later on. the haedsome actor insisted on being called Gene. It must be disconcert 1 have people shout at you: "Hi'ya. Bat." ILLUSTRATED LETTER The Dr. William Bernsteins love the letters they get from their liter. Janet, who is now in Mexico attending the University of San el D Aliende. Janet, who will be a seventh grade art teacher at P nee de Leon Junior High School in the fall, writes a marvelous letter that sounds like a travelogue, illustrating it on the margins. Janet found it hard in the beginning to adjust to sanitary conditionor lack of them — in Mexico. But it was easy to get into the swing of bargaining for everything — even food. As Janet sees it. life is very Simple in Mexico, where the main earning process is doing nothing. Meanwhile, back at Florida State. Janet's sister. Bonnie, who is a Science fan and plans to specialize in biology, just received word thai ia made the Dean's List. WATER. WATER EVERYWHERE Any reason is the righl one when you want to take a vacation Mukey and Ronny Fscol just had an anniversarv. so thev are gointf I take a cruise. They leave on the Santa Rosa for hard-to-spell placet like Laguira and Curacao. ADDENDUM Mae (Mrs. Arnold) Perlstein broke two toes Its better than breaking two fingers. Mickey is just recovering from surgery, so he will be resting. He's talkjig along "My Public Years." by Bernard Baruch. Miss Stadler Now Mrs. Benjamin The Eden Roc hotel was the site of the wedding and reception of Joan Carol Stadler and Robert L. Benjamin on Sunday, Aug. 5, at 8 p.m. Mr. and Mrs Henry Stadler. 640 Harding ave.. Miami Beach, are the parents of the bride, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Medwin Benjamin, 675 No. Shore dr.. Miami Beach. F'or her wedding, the new Mrs. Benjamin chose ivory peau de ; ung couple will i'.v • at the Executv< House on Miami Beach. Brlist, Beckennnn Exchange Vows irion Joan Beckerman, di tei of Mr. and Mi M rr man. 100-9! [side, ind Joseph Brusi were united ir. man Saturday, Aug. ">. at the Barcelona hotel. Rabbi Max Zucker ofticiated. and a reception in the hotel's Bal Masque room followed the ceremony. The new Mrs. Brusi is a graduate J -. Wei ner Kah MRS. ROSIRJ BtNJAMIN ; rsity of Miami and a her of Sigma Lambda Phi For her wedding, she chose chanlace and carried orchidand stephanotis on a Bible Her Will am A Gerstein, was maol honor, and flower girl was Gerstein. • ?BaS %  Wrni MM. lostPH Bfftisr Son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Bi ot Bayside, N. v.. the gro >m graduate of Long Island Uo iity .Vile;. Serling served as r .i wedding trip thro Florida, the you:!-' couple will 1 li in Fresh Meat ow -. N Y. 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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* Friedr 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 ex1. ,, .-.;.pel train. The fit[, i i *as oi imported aleneon .. ioped neckline, reemi 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 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 honeyIn in • alilornia the young cou-1 i wil make their home at 45 An| I oral Gables. Page 5-B narminaiu k Ardmore MSJ. EUGtNt B. fUlSCHtK )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 officiating. 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 neckline, 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 brothers, 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 accountancy at the University Ol Pennsylvania. Wharton School of Finance and Commerce, and is a member of Alpha Kappa Psi, national business fraternity. After a wedding trip through the Catskill Mountains, the newly weds will live in Philadelphia. Pa. THE closing concert ol the .Miami 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-embroidered (lowers cascading down one side, from her shoulder seam to the hemline. White moygashel linen was also the choice of Mrs. Rebecca Castle. 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 Bromberg. | 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 jeweled 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 members 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. i i i < i i 4 4 4 4 4 4 A Mother of the Groom Gowm < 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 I 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 i.4 Spe. itili: mjj oi Poi mala ( ,iil ( t owns Bridal Attire Modicri i>| the Hruie Gowns PARSONS 3410 CORAL WAY Open Monday Nite 'Til 9 HURRICANE! 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Page 12-A -knlstnerMi&r 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 Holiday 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 Cantor Samuel Gam berg, with the choir under the direction of Joseph! Schreibaman. Ner Tamid religious school registration 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 Temple's school board chairman. Beth Sholom Building Wing Wrecking crews have begun work on demolishing the old building of Temple Beth Sholom, of Miami 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. REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miami's largest & Oldest Supplier for Synagogues, Hebrew & Sunday Schools. Wholesale Retail ISKAiLI GlfTS AND NOVUTIIS 417 Washington Ave. JE 1-9017 LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARR AMD GARDEN MAUSOLEUM "THE SOU'H'S MOST BEAUTIFUL JEWISH CEMETERY" N.W. 25th ST. at 103rd AVE. TU 5-1689 Memorial Set For Noted Author A memorial evening in honor of Ihe late Yiddish writer Chaim Gutman, will he held Monday evening al the Farband Labor Zionist Culture 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 under 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 Lasavin. Seiden Unveiling The dedication <•/ a mp-imnoif 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 %  II : 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 almost 100 campers, who presented in Freedom's Light." This was the Miami Beach congregation'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 supervision of Dr. Irving Lehrman, the synagogue's spiritual leader, and directed by Milton Feinstein, football 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 i m plemented by Dorothy Gruen, of North Miami Beach. Jeanettc Goldberg, a Temple Emanu-EI nursery school teacher, I was in charge of the youngest childj 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 classrooms 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 administration 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 %  ;iv recrntlv-departed fall i i .'... b Mmdlm an new united. PALMER MEMORIALS "Miami's Only Jewish Monument Builders" S:t> H. 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Page S-A Jewlsii fhridictr Friday, August 11, 1981 Radicalism Added to 3 R's and Emerging As Threat to American Civil Liberties MfTibers of Beth David Synagogue depart from New York International Airport aboard an El Al Airlines jet bound for Israel to spend several weeks there. Left to right are Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bernhardt, of 780 SW 11th st.; Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Robbins, 243 Shore Drive E.; George Altman, Sagamore hotel; Mr. and Mrs. Philip Bolin, 2513 SW 10th rd.; Mrs. Mary Weinkle, 147 Shore Drive S.; and Mrs. S. J. Steinback, 1165 Marseille dr. Gus Shaw, of Shaw Travel Service, arranged the tour. Adolf's Cog in Machine Defense Blasted Continued from Pqe 1-A and Israeli courts to the effect that each conspirator in such a plot is fully responsible for the actions taken by all other conspirators in furtherance of the purpose of the conspiracy." The prosecutor said that all that Deeded to be proven against Eich mann was that he joined the conspiracy voluntarily. The prosecutor said that Eichmann had testified he joined the Nazi Party voluntarily and that while he had claimed he volunteered to join the Security Police "by mistake"' he never made any effort to quit when he discovered his "mistake." Hausner attacked Eichmann's defense argument that when the Nazis began to implement the policy of physical destruction of Jews, he carried out orders unwillingly but had to do so because he was unoVr oath as a Nazi officer. The prosecutor said this was like an argument of a member of a gang. originally organized for stealing, claiming that he was already a member when the gang extended : its activities to armed robbery and killing a watchman. "I know that all these examples sound strange," the prosecutor told the three-judge court. "What comparison could there possibly be between the murder i of one watchman and the murder of millions? But this is a court of flesh and blood, and precedents cited here must also be from human experience." He then cited court rulings that it is not a defense for one conspirator that other conspirators drafted the plans and gave orders for their implementation, "and this holds also for a dictatorship. The relationship between the ruler and the Check Blockade, House Unit Says Continued from Page 1-A in the foreign aid bill, "are negated and the peace of the world is endangered when nations which receive assistance under this Act wage economic warfare against other nations assisted under this Ad. including such procedures as boycotts, blockades, and the restriction of the use of international waterways. .Any attempts by foreign nations to create dstinctions of their race or religion among American citizens in the granting of personal or commercial access or any other rights otherwise available to U.S. ; | citizens generally is repugnant to | i our principles: assistance under! I this Act and the Agricultural Trade j l Development and Assistance Act | of 1954. as amended, shall be adi ministered to give effect to these ; principles." the Foreign Affairs Committee requested in its version j of the bill. ruled does not exclude the re sponsibility of him who ;s ruled for his acts He cited the Israel Supreme Court verdict in the Kafr Kassem case when members of the Israeli Border Police were sentenced for shooting Arab civilians despite a plea that they acted under orders. He said the Supreme Court even ruled that a plain soldier who is only present at an illegal activity is responsible for participation in a criminal conspiracy if he was present under manifestly illegal orders. The prosecutor said that while there were hundreds of thousands of Germans of greater and lesser influence who joined in this "work of evil," this fact did not diminish Eichmann's central role. He quoted documents and eye-witnesses, including defense witnesses, which he said proved Eichmann's special status and central role in the murder program. He dismissed Eichmann's defense contention that his low rank made it impossible for him to have initiated the murder orders. The prosecutor said that Eichmann's comparatively low rank was insignificant, first because the murder program was the work of a gang of murderers, and second because Eichmann was in the center stage of execution of the plan and. thus bears criminal responsibility for all of the stages and manifestations of the murder program. By Special Report STARLIGHT, Pa. — A fourth I "R," radicalism, is being added to | the unofficial curriculum on American college campuses, a leading civil liberties authority said here I this week. And while intense political activity by college students is not new. I the current wave of interest has a unique and possibly dangerous twist. Wholly out of character, according to Alexander F. Miller, of New York, director Of community service, for the Anti Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. is the \ mounting number of undergraduates who are becoming identified with extreme right-wing causes. "For the first time in our history we are seeing a dynamic radical right wing movement with a special appeal to youth," Miller told teenage participants to the fourth annual B'nai B'rith Youth Organization leadership training conference. The special appear A kind ot "holy war" against Communism, one result of which has dangerous overtones. Warned Miller: "This phenomenon needs to be carefully observed. It could find j expression in an attempt to impose totalitarianism on the United I States under the guise of protecting democracy from Communism." I, The Anti-Defamation League official cited a recent survey which ; found that one collegiate group whose political and economic philosophy resembles the John Birch Society and claims a membership of 25.000 students on 115 college ; campuses. A second group with a similar philosophy, he said, purports to have a mailing list of an additional 13.000 students. College students preoccupation ; with right-wing groups. Miller told the young Leadership Conference participants, is part of a campus, bred political resurgence Which be-, gan with the onset of the I960's.' i This rediscovered awareness ofj ome of the vital issues of the dav. I however, has been a mixed bless I ing. Miller said. For one thin.4. it has marked an end to the immediate post-war era "when the majority of young peo[:.!<.' seemed -u overcome by materialism that they rarely found time to express themselves in radical movements which over the years have been a hallmark of yOUth." Asiri" from the right wing activity on college campuses, Miller pcinted out, some of the "tradit : onal" sJuc'ent radicalism has returned—notably in the form of "participation, in such movements as sit-ins, freedom rides and th<* like." But whatever form student radicalism takes Miller cautioned, young people must be alerted to its perils both from the right and the left. And that, he says, should be a part of the "official" curriculum on American college campuses, as well as high school class rooms. Some 100 top teen-age regional of ficers of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization are participating in a 19-day annual conference which opened July 31. Taxpayers Name New Committee A community improvement committee has been named by the board of directors of the Miami Beach Taxpayers' Assn. Architect Norman Ciller will be chairman. 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Fn day, August 13. 1331 -Jen/si* fhriiter Page 3-A Schweitzer Offers to Head Peace Group *#< C-7C| <:^Jt ,::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 Appeal. Standing are Gottlieb Hammer, executive vice chairof the Jewish Agency for Israel; Rabbi Herbert A. Friedrv.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 LONDON—Dr. Albert Schweitzer has agreed to serve as the honorary head of a proposed international; conference of religioui leaders to mobilize the world's spiritual foreea for world peacce. The acceptance of Dr. Schweitzer 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. Eisendrath, 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 conference at the West London Synagogue, told the delegates representing 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 catalyse, through their moral imperative.-, 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 proclaim 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. Moslems, 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 revealed 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 statei 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 Government. 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 composed of representatives of some 1,300,000 Jews throughout the world, "We live at a time when the Jewish vision of peace is under 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 fervor or fire. 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