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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
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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'eJewisfti Florldian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 34 i Number 34
Miami. Florida, Friday, August 25, 1961
Two Sections Price 20f
Goldmann in Review
Of Jewish Situation
Before Geneva Parley
GENEVA(JTA)The situation of the Jews in various parts of the
world was reviewed here this week by Dr. Nahum Goldmann, presi-
dent of the World Jewish Congress, at the opening session of the four-
da) conference of the WJC executive board which is attended by more
than 100 Jewish leaders from numerous countries. The conference
will be combined with celebrations marking the 25th anniversary of
(he World Jewish Congress.
In reviewing t h e international i
situation, Dr. Goldmann said that
the Jewish people have no inten-
iior. of taking a position in the cold
war. However, he said, they must
insist on the right of Jews not only
to the equality of citizenship but
also <>n the right of existing as a
distinct Jewish group in all coun-
t-1 ol ihe world, whatever the
social and political regime there
may be. He was especially refer-
ring to the situation of Soviet Jcw-
Touching on the situation of the
Jews in North Africa, Dr. Gold-
mann said that the promises of
the leaders of Morocco and Tu-
nisia to recognize the Jews there
a; citizens has been kept, al-
though some discrimination has
occurred. The main problem, he
Continued on Page 7-A
DR. NAHUM GOtOMANN
Haipern Warns Congress
Anti Bias Clause Needed
WASHINGTON (JTA) Rep
Seymour Haipern, New York Re-
publican, warned Congress this
week that unless a strong anti-bias
clause was included in the Mutual
Security bill now pending in Con-
gress, the Arab states would inter-
pret its omission as a sign of weak-
jness and intensify their discrimina-
I tory tactics against American eiti-
' /ens and their boycott and block-
j ade of Israel.
The New Yorker spoke m a House
debate on the Foreign Aid mea-
Believe Chief Hitler Aide
To be in Hiding in Brazil
GENEVA (JTA) SS Gen.
M..riin Bormann. Adolf Hitler's
last chid ol stafl and the otiicial
Deputy Fuehrer, is alive and in
hiding in the Cuntiba district of
I I, the Central Conference ot
Jewish Organizations was lnlormed
here this week.
Marc Turkow, representative to
Soviet Rule,
Anti Semitism
Seen the Same
the meeting of DMA. the central j
Jewish organization of Argentina, j
told the conference that Bormann j
had been recognized on a street
in Buenos Aires, where he had been
living, by a former Italian army
officer.
i
The latter had met Bormann
during the war, when the officer
accompanied the late Italian dic-
tator. Benito Mussolini, on a visit
' to Hitler's headquarters in Ber-
lin. Bormann was previously re-
ported having fled Buenos Aires
in May, 1960, almost immediately
after Adolf Eichmann was cap-
tured there.
Continued on Page 2-A
Seventy-five delegates represent-
PARIS .JTA) Foreign SUn-M". 1" major Jewish organizations
ister Maunce o.uve ol France, told the B'nai B'rith sessions of the conference. They
international Council this week e*ed three-man P"hunid
that there was a "vital" connection | l>r. Nahum (oldmann. president
between Soviet totalitarianism and <>* lht' Wor,d Jcw,sh Congresi
anti-Semitism, lie addressed 150]
B'nai B'rith leaders from four con-,
linents attending the two day meet-1
ng i.t the Council.
Contrasting the post war revival!
of the Jewish cultural community
life in Western Europe with "the
fact that things arc different in
.mother part of Europe separtcd
Tom us by the Iron Curtain," de,
Murville said that true liberty
exists m no Communist country
and the free.lorn of Jews in those
laiids was "even more limited."
sure, seeking adoption ol a strong
clause condemning discrimination
y aid recipients against American
citizens because of their race or re-
ligion and denouncing hostile mea-
sures against countries at peace
with the United States.
A strong clause along these
lines had been written into the
bill by Ihe House Foreign Affairs
Committee after it heard evi-
dence from Rep. Haipern on his
exclusion from Saudi Arabia be-
cause he was a Jew. Rep. Hal-
pern said that the State Depart-
ment requested aid funds from
Congress and should heed the
sense of Cororess bv withholding
assistance from nations that dis-
criminate.
He detailed Arab d scrimination
affecting bin sell and Arab tactics
generally tha: had led to the strong-
er wording for which he commend-
ed the House Foreign Affairs Com-
mittee.
He said that without regard to
Administration or party. Congress
should insist on th< rncnt's implementation ol foreign
a.d programs in consonance with
tie expressed sense ot Congress.
Later on in the week, as the
House continued debating the for-
eign aid bill, Rep. Haipern again
charged lht State Department with
"failing to do all it can to imple-
ment til.' anti bias and freedom ol
the seas clauses that are part of
the various foreign assistance
acts." He pointed out that the
State Department did not hesitate
to ask Congress to vote funcs for
the Arabs but paid no herd to the
will of Con| ss in tailing to Im-
plement anti-bias measures.
Rep. William F Ryan, New York
Democrat, told the liei.se that the
Continued on Page 6-A
New Knesset
To be Installed
In September
STAGCtKIKG TASK AM AD PAGE 8 4
JERUSALEM(JTA)Israel's new Knesset, the fifth since the
establishment of the State in 1948. is expected to be convened here on
londay, Sept. 4. That will be the date for the official convocation of
the new Parliament, resulting from last week's elections, if the final
vote tabulation including the ballots cast by servicemen and women
in Israel's Army are completed by Tuesday. Should a hitch develop
in the final counting, the Knesset may not meet until after the forth-
coming Jewish High Holy Days.
In any event, the opening meet- ;
ina of the Knesset will be largely I _
Terrorist Acts
In Algeria Spur
Jewish Moving
ceremonial. Members of the Parli-
ment will take their oaths. Alter
that. President Izhak Ben-Zvi will
call on the party receiving the larg-
est number of votes to form a Gov-
ernment. That means that Pre-
mier David Ben-Gurion. as head of
Mapai, will once more be given an
opportunity to form Israel's next
Government.
The Knesset's only other busi-
ness, at the opening session, will
be the election of the Speaker.
It is believed that the Speaker of
' the last Knesset. Kaddish Lux,
' of Mapai, will be elected unani-
mously to head the House again.
A new summary of last Tues-
day's civilian voting shows that the
Continued on Page 8 A
Sentence Israeli
To Nine Years
PAH IS iJTA) Zvi Ahloubi.
PARIS (JTA) Anxiety
| among the Algerian Jews mounted
I this week as terrorist activities in-
i creased throughout Algeria. A 60-
! year-old Jew. Elie Cherbit. was re-
ported in grave condition after
! being stabbed in the back near his
home in Mascara, near Oran. The
town's ancient Jewish community
was reporte;! seriously concerned
; with the growing wave of terrorist
stabbings.
Jewish emigration from Algeria
has been on the increase because
of the general tensions there and,
specifically, due to attacks or
threats against Jews. Benjamin
Heller, president of the Federation
of Jewish Communities of Algeria,
and Grand Rabbi Isaac Zerbib. of
Const ant inc. have both left the
Israeli journalist, and Jacques country. Rabbi Zerbib and many
olhe!
rael,
rabbis are emigrating to Is-
an
Fenchon. a French companion on a
foray into Spain, have been sen
tenced to nine and six years lm
prisonment respectively by a Span-
ish court, according to uncon-
firmed reports received here from
Madried. ,
According to the reports, the two,
nun appeared on July 2 before a
military tribunal in Barcelona, to
gether with two Spaniards alleged;
10 be involved in the same affair.
Thej were charged with having to attacks and terror, causing the
attempted to create a subversive new exodus Algerian Jews are ap-
movcmenl In spam and with illegal prehensive over what may happen
imporl ..1 arms and anarchist tracts, fn their citizenship status, if a poli-
Earlier stories had been to the lical accomodation is achieved be-
Most of the Jews who have
left or are leaving Algeria fear
attacks by elements of FLN, the
Moslem nationalist movement.
But others are apparently just as
concerned with the anti-Semitism
known to exist among French Al-
gerians.
In addition to Jewish reactions
Continued on Page 5-A
Continued on Page 3-A
ADL Poll Shows Eichmann Trial Proved Charges
Asserting that, after the N'azi
holocaust the Jewish communi-
ties of Western Europe were re-
constituted, the Foreign Minister
said that "their religious life and
Continued on Page 16 A
NEW YORK (JTA) The
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith reported this week that fa-.
vorable world press reaction to the
conduct of the Eichmann trial had;
largely dispelled earlier criticism j
..1 the circumstances and legality
of Israel's capture of the former
Nazi.
A survey of press reaction to the
trial, the League said, indicated
that Israel had succeeded in mak-
ing "a significant impact on civi-
lized society" by spreading on the
court record and establishing "the
validity Of the criminal charges
against the Nazis for their mass
murder of Jews."
Noting exceptions to its gen-
eral conclusions, the League
pointed out that press treatment
of the trial in the Soviet Union
"was slanted to embarrass the
Bcnn government," in the Arab
countries "to whip up hatred of
Israel," a n d in Spain 'by the
goverr merit's past association
with the Hitler regime."
The press in the Communist bloc
countries, the League declared, un-
expectedly revealed "great varia
turns In approach" even though
there was "a common line" which
attempted to paint Eichmann as a
symbol, not only ol Hitler's but Ol
Adenauer's Germany. In Poland and
Hungary, however, the variation
was < Bl enough at times to obli-
terate "the common line" by stres-
sing the ext< nt ol "Jewish martyr
dom."
Reviewing 1,033 editorials pub-
lished in U.S. dailies alter (he trial
began. Ihe report showed that 735
i or 73.1 percent expressed them-
selves in favor of the trial. Two
hundred and lilteen or 20.8 percent
thought the trial should lake place
even though they criticized alleged
irregularities. Sixty three edi-
torials or t;.i percent 'were op-
posed to the trial or unconvinced
that Israel had a right to hold it.''
As the trial progressed, the re-
Cortinued on Page 5-A


Page 2-A
Jfnisr ITh rffdltr
Tiiday. August 25, \%\
Kennedy Lauds Hadassah
Program at Confab Opener
POLITICAL NONIDENTIftCATfOH
PAGE 9-4
PENVCR (JTA>The 47th na-
tional convention of Ha 0 id here Sunday to formulate a
program of the organization's ac-
tivities in this country and in Is
rael for the next year. A message
from President Kennedy v/as read
at the opeirng session to the 1.500
delegates attending the four-day
gathering by U.S. Secretary ol j
labor Arthur J. Goldberg who
was one of the principal speakers
at the session.
In his message, addressed to;
Mrs. Siegried Kramarsky. national
president of Hadassah. President
Ktr.nedy said: "'The common Ian
guage among all those who speak
for freedom is that of compassion |
which knows no country, no race
and no creed. Residing in the hu-
man spirit, it is the most easily
understood but the most difiicult to ,
attain.
"Hadassah has a history of
such compassion especially in
Palestine and in the democratic
S^ate of Israel," the message
continued, "For almost fifty
years if has eased the pains cf
:Lt distraught, sheltered rhe
homeless and guided the weak.
Tt : is the cn'y true posture for
a -'-ee society and for the citi-
:t~s cf that society. Your ef-
fort! in behaif of assistance for
LTderceveioped nations, for med-
ic*: a: = for elimination of illit-
eracy and for vocational educa-
e*** K e?r?ergirrg- ww.-ltr ttave
helped show the way to freedom.
In these critical days you play
a large part in our battle for
men's minds. I congratulate you
upo-. both your goa's and your
achievements."
Mrs. Mortimer Jacobson. Ha-
dasaab's national treasurer, re-
ported that during the 1960-61 fis-
cal year Hadassah chapters and
groups raised $10,936,209 more
money than was ever raised in
any previous year of Hadassah's
19-year history Of this. $8,691-
322 was used to advance Hadas-
sah's medical, youth rehabilitation
and vocational education pro-
grams in 1-rael.
Secretary Goldberg said in his
address that he hopes that "in con-
ft re nee and by final action, the
Congress will give substantial ap
proval to the foreign aid bill pre-
serving in amount and in principle
what the President has rightfully
proposed.'* He stressed that "we
can no longer exist as an island oi
act <' 'iitment in a
ing with want and
char.^:-.. Wc can no longer walk
the prcud path of indifference
- ( ur faces away from those
us too much
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: i -.dent of the
Bca:< of British Jew -
and L;r.e' A. Katz, president oi

Among th< organizations repre-
sented here, in addition to those
beadet bj the three members of
: t presidium, were the American
Jewish Congress, Canadian Jewish
Congress. Jewish Labor Commit-
tee. Conseil RepresentaUf aes Juifs
de France, DAIA. the central rep-
resentative body of Argentine Jew-
ry, and lh< Executive Council oi
Austri 1 ;- Jewry.
Tree of Life
To be Planted
I In Cedars Lobby
Representing the Bibilically-fam
1 ous Ceiar of Lebanon Tree, an ar-
\ tistic rendering of "The Cedar of
Leben." a "Tree of Life." is being
designed by the internationally-re-
nowned artist. Michael Piuggi, an-
i nounced Samuel T. Sapiro. presi-
; dent of Cedars of Lebanon Hospi
tal.
Piuggi. a Miamian whose art is
displayed all over the world from
Vatican City to Japan, is designing
the "Tree of Life" a> his personal
gift to Cedl r- of Lebanon HDspiti
The- "Cedar of Leben Tree'" will
til iat< Ij b< cast ir aluminum and
Ih on oi the ni
c f coi ributor s 1
w
- i .'.. n lobbj :
rs after thi pit;
ntr; .: .
i r more will have his

ee, ac-
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he 1 n
..- salen "It is a pi rtW
rable timber Sa]
and it symbolicly represents
strengththe very things
edars is being built to improve."
NEW YORK (JTA) Jacques
Lipchitz, or.e of the world's fore-
most sculptors, has bequeathed 300
oPmT"orlginal creations in clay,
his ei.t.rt Life's work, to the Jeru-
salem Museum of Art. currently
under construction, it was an-
nounced here bj Billy Rose, chair-
man cf the museum's art commit-
tee.
The Lipchitz gilt was accepted
by Samuel Rubin, president of the
America Israel Cultural Founda-
tion. "This is one of the outstand-
ing art contributions of our ume,"
said Mr. Rubin. "It will do much
to make Jerusalem the cultural
capital of the Middle East.
"Mr. Lipchi z' works will be
hcuscc in a special pavilion in Cue
Jerusalem museum tnat wii. DC
for him what the Rodin Museum
in Pfris is for the celebrated
French artist. Its QOOrs will wel-
come people from Israel's neigh-
boring countries in a spirit of good
will."
Mr. Rose announced that t h e
Lipchitz Pavilion, budgeted at
8450,000. will be completed by 1963
The new facilities of the Jerusa-
lem Museum oi Art.'" he said, "will
cost approximately $5,000,000.
which $2,500,000 is presently ,,
ible."
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+Jenltfhridltor
Page 3-A
|Gen. Marshall
o Address JNF
By Special Rsssr-
V-'W YORK ,,f ,he
. .., National Fund breakfast
! l ;it 8:30 a.m.. one of the
I f the ZOA convention.
I...... at the Waldorf-Astoria ho-
' '.. New York City n Aug. 30,
m v ;,ti address J' the noted
.':'., analyst and lecturer. Gen.
; \ Marshall.
prominent amons the otaer lec-
ture addressing the JNF break-
last will be Albert Schiff. JNF
president. Judge Bernard Rosen-
blatt chairman of the JNF Fcun-
. and Mendel N fisher, ex-
., director of the Fund.
Ctn. Marshall's close identi-
f cation with the State of Israel
Jaes back lo 1956, when he flew
to Israel to observe the Sinai
I campaign. He has written ex-
|t?-s'vely about rbe campaign
and is considered to be a leading
[authority on this dramatic chap-
It- in the life of tft* State of
llsiel.
B : ;il the turn >'. the century.
Mar-hall ha? served in both
.!) Wars with listlnction, par-
\ u in battles on both Eu
Asiatic sctors. H<
amed Historian >f the Arm
it. Occupation on Sept. l. 1945.
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Continued from Page 1-A
tween the French Government and i
the FLN. The Jews of Algeria.
numbering 130.000 now enjov
French citizenship, granted to them
under the CremietlX Decree in 1870.
Ferhat Abbas, leader of the FLN.
Hedged that, under an Arab-con
rolled, independent Algerian re
illblic, Jews would be given equal
lghts, along with the Christian
minority and the Moslems. How-
ever, at the recent Evian peace
negotiations between the French
jnd the FLN. the representatives
if FLN flatly rejected a policy of
ranting dual citizenship to any
Vlgerians in the projected republic
Jews in Algeria fear to rely on
the good will of the FLN for the
safety of their rights as full citi-
zens, without a constitutional
guarantee based on a treaty be-
tween the FLN and France.
The majority of the Jews who
have been leaving Algeria recently
are from the smaller towns and
from among the poorer classes.
However, tension has increased
now alxi among professionals, busi-
nessmen, and community leaders
In the larger centers, Algiers, Oran
and Constantino.
JERUSALEM iJTA) Israel
has a record population of 2.170,082
persons, according to provisional
results of the May 22 census re-
ported this week. The total is
nearly two and a half times as
much as that indicated by a previ-
ous taken Nov. 11. 1948, six months
after Israel statehood was de-
clared.
The findings were presented to
President Ben-Zvi by Prof. R. Ba-
chi, the government statistician,
and senior members of the census
staff at a reception Three cities
were listed as having populations
jf more than 100.000.
They were Tel Aviv, with 386,-
612 residents; Haifa, with 182,007;
and Jerusalem, with 166,301 per-
sons. Jerusalem has almost
doubled in population since the
1948 census.
The next two iargest urban areas
are Ramat Can. near Tel Aviv,
with more than 90.000 residents,
.i n d Petah Tikvah, with 53.000.
Forty-nine other towns with popu-
lations of from 5.000 to 50,000 in-
clude three all-Arab towns, as well
as a dozen points in t h e Negev
which were unpopulated in 1948.
The new Negev settled points range
in population from 6.000 in Eilat to
24.000 in Ashkelon.
The census data showed that r3e!. Greater Tel Aviv now num-
while Tel Aviv did not match the bers nearly 700.000 persons. L
rate of increase of other urban sheba and Ashkelon subdiatrictfl
areas, the population growth of its showed a record increase of 170
suburban areas rose at a faster percent, with Safad close behind un
pace than that of the rest of Is-1 growth
They Willed it, and Adath Yeshurun's
New Wing is No Longer a Dream
"If you will it, it is not a cream,"
is the slogan of the North Dade:
Jewish community as it attends the
new Temple Adath Yeshurun. on
Miami Gardens dr., in such num-
bers that the new sanctuary wing
is being rushed to completion in
order to accommodate the mem-
bership, according to Stanley Gold-
en, president.
The new wing will seat over 1,200
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Volume 34 Number 34
Friday. August 25. 1961
13 Elul 5721
A Splinter Party Victory
Israel Prime Minister David Ben Gurion
faces a dilemma familiar to John Fitzgerald
Ker.nedy: He has not been given a clear man-
dale of rule at the polls. This political acci-
dent has since colored every major action and
utterance of President Kennedy.
For his part. Mr. Ben-Guiian was several
days ago guoted as calling it "a disaster" to
the country.
If both leaders spoke of the same thing,
they clearly had different sets of facts in mind.
Since his inauguration last January. President
Ker.edy has felt the burden of reckoning with
the opposition. In the President's case, this
gees far beyond normal bi-partisan consider-
ate ns. His victory written in terms of a tenth
of a decimal point, the President is frequently
gujded by Republican opinion even if it runs
. contrary to his own best judgment and, in-
deed, at times contrary to his campaign vows.
This. Mr. Kennedy sees less in terms of his
personal political responsibility than as the
opposition's right won at the polls last Novem-
ber, where the people failed to give him "a
clear mandate of rule."
But Prime Minister Ben-Gurion. were he in
a similar statistical bind, would consider the
Kennedy squeaker a smashing victory. Neither
would he engage in soul-searching philosophy
as a prelude to decision philosophy invol-
ving his not-fully-determined right to speak
for the majority.
If this is to say that Mr. Ben-Gurion is a
mere ruthless politician than the President of
the United States, then let the chips fall where
they may. Admittedly, cultural differences be-
tween the two nations abound, and in these
differences may lie the distinctions that sep-
crrcte the personalities of both leaders.
But the realities of political experience are
also instrumental in shaping Mr. Ben-Gurion's
attitudes realities quite unrelated to the
subtler question of gentlemanly breeding and
what is fair.
When Israel's Prime Minister must once
again face the fact that he has no clear man-
date, he is not thinking in terms of a victory
reckoned in terms of a tenth of a decimal point.
He is thinking in terms of a fractional plurality
in a field of a multitude of parties and candi-
datesa field from which he must now choose
a likely number of possibilities with whom to
deal in the tasteless process of forming a coali-
tion.
It is this the Prime Minister meant when
he called the results of the Aug. 15 election "a
disaster." For not only has Israel once again
failed to heed his advice in the question of
much-needed electoral reform vis-a-vis the
country's almost ludicrous multi-party system;
but Israelis generally have also failed to un-
derstand why reform is needed.
The "disaster" Is not a personal one for
Mr. Ben-Gurion who, figured in terms of Is-
raeli politics, did after all "win." It is rather
a national one: Israel must again suffer as
many captains at the helm of the ship of state
as give themselves the title. And. in a splinter
party world, everyone "wins' cd the polls.
mi
The Priceless Lipchitz Gift
World-renowr.ed sculptor Jccques Lipchitz
w qivmcr a priceless collection of his art to the
State of Israel. Trvs is a laudable contribution,
whxen deserves the highest praise from people
everywhere.
Admittedly, there can be no successful
government without industrial and economic
progress. But the durability of nations in hu-
man history is after all reckoned in terms of
their artistic and intellectual achievement.
The Jacques Liochitz gift is a tremendous
boost to the aesthetic reserves the young State
of Israel has built after only thirteen years of
independence. It will serve to make all the
BACK TO WORK
Element of Human Justice
The multiplicity of polls conducted by
Jewish organizations, with the Eichmann trial
as subject, betrays excessive world Jewish
sensitivity toward the recently-concluded pro-
ceedings.
The most current, in a swirl of others, is
the poll conducted by the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith. The ADL poll demon-
strates that editorial opinion conclusively be-
lieves the trial proved the charges against
Eichmann.
Like some, but not all, of its predecessors,
the ADL survey shows a professional guiding
hand. This is a tribute to the League, which
has amassed a set of illuminating statistics.
But Jewish soul-searching into the basis,
motives, and ultimate aims of the Eichmann.
trial tend to obscure one set of facts while
emphasizing another. Apart from the legality
or intent of the trial, which has by now been
covered to the point of near-disenchantment,
the excessive probing improperly suggests that
Jews might have been able to prevent the pro-
ceeding from opening last April were thev so
inclined.
Indeed, the unending concern with the im-
pact of the trial implies that Jews now wonder
if they should not have exercised this alleaed
power in the first instance.
Clearly, such excessive self-examination
fhes In the face of the fact that the years-lona
search for Adolf Eichmann, his arrest in Buenos
Aires, his return to Israel, his arraignment and
tr:ai were all planned and executed by the
State of Israel without a single known Israe'";
request for an opinion from world Jewry before-
hand. Although this is elemental to Jews gen-
erally, who would regard the suggestion of
prior consultation on any'major Israeli issue
as outlandishly comical, it is far from elemental
or those wnom Jewish-snonsored polls aues-
t:cn.
By time and again demonstrating our super-
sensitivity, do we nnt affirm the allegation that
then? is something to be sensitive about that
there is c "mysterious" quality in the workings
of the State of Israel, and that the Eichra
trial is not a trial but a "plot"? We-e we to
question ourselves les assiduously, re-
public opinion would more readily come to
accept the fact that the Eichmann trial is only
a .lttie more complex manifestation oi the
simple element of human justice.
the week
.. as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
0U
WHAT OES tomorrow hold
. for David Ben-Gurion'' i
during the week xstiw^
O ed in the Aug. 15 national elec
tion. but he gained nothing by
forcing the government to
bear its expense. Politically
Mr. Ben-Gurion occupies the
same position he held p, jl)r t
the election, Once a^ain. h-
must travel the mostly tor-
turous road toward the estab-
lishment of a coalition. This means that, also once again, he vim
have to do business with the very people he sought to neutralize when
he walked out back in April. Odds are that they will be no easier
as opponents than before.
From the political point of view. Mr. Ben-Gurion has therefore;
profited not at all: it anything, he has added to the debit side oi the
ledger. Neither are the debits merely to be counted by the few seats
his Mapai Party lest in the shuffle. To be taken into serious account
are the ideological shifts in his reasoning with which the Prime Min
ister must now reckon shifts he maneuvered in order to attract
new sources of strength even while he was losing older ones
Mr. Ben-Gurion's battle with Pinhas I.avon did not leave him un-
scathed He once ousted Lavon from the Defense Minister's |
i more recently was the principal agent in Lavon's removal
secretary general of Hlstadrut. But in the process oi hurling h>s i
enl into Beeming oblivion. Mr. Ben-Gurion has hurt himself imm
urabiy Indeed far more than would seem oiw the surface. Or
the difficult things about dealing with the Israeli political scei
the vast number of secret- >iirrt>iiri(li:iy it.
So many of i.-rael> leaders today are erstwhile Poles and
sians, and it appears to follow almost naturally that they should ad
the Russian cult of secrecy as a method of power operation; but
a method that plays havoc with the best intentions of its obsen
who must perforce become prophets and seers.
HIS COURTSHIP OF ORTHODOXY
NOTWITHSTANDING THE NEED for speculation here, it is rea<
ably .safe to say that Mr. Ben-Gurions -affair" with Pin
I.avon and the Aug. 15 election have left him somewhat behind the
marginal level of strength he could muster before he brought Israel's
government down last April. His new alliances are in mam cases
marriages of convenience, and although thev earned for him tt
numerical tally he needed at the pells in order to be returned to offta
they will prove far less enduring in the lont> run. and certainly less
sophisticated and significant on the national scene, than were tho-e
he lost in his execution of the Lavon vendetta.
A case in point was the Prime Minister's ardent courting of the
Orthodoxy during the campaign a process that elicited irom Mr
Ben-Gurion a number of surprising statements, not the least of which
involved separation of church and state principles. In Mr Ben
Gurion s present mood, separation of church and state is an impo-
sibility m Israel. Designed to attract Orthodox votes, his stand is
contrary to everything he has symbolized in the past. Neither can
this m any way relate to the Prime Ministers changed attitude to-
ward Histadrut.
In Histadrut, whose imposing national headquarters are humor
ously and perhaps aptly dubbed "the Kremlin," Mr. Ben-Gurior
a direct threat to the emergence of Israels middle class. His batti-
against Pinhas Lavon may be traced, in good measure, to the Pri
Minister s revaluation of Histadrut and the socio-economic structure
for which it stands.
A CASt Of BUNG NIW AIL AROUND
QNE WOULD BE hard-put to say that Mr. Ben-Gurion has gone
sour on Socialism. Nevertheless, a strong middle class seems a
Sum! I .'m > succes*full> ,0 advance the cause of an Israel
so.idl> rooted in the ways of Western civilization. And it is this
tor which Mr. Ben-Gurion craves more than anything else.
the In ff ?,lJS ft!*,8 SW middU? C,ass social ^ucture derives from
he ver> vitals of the European spirit; while Histadrut. dedicated to
sraehTomorr V^ Cmmunal ^^ ^visions the kind of
AfriS l?,Ta r '" ,h? Jews of ,he M,ddk' East and North
Ainca play a far more significant role. But it is in terms of the
ormer that Mr Ben-Gur.on reckons Israels future sir'va and ,
n^encaUeS T* *" ^^ -** ^ SSmSi
thouM fwL'lSTSK!?1!! f IsraC'"S P0li,ical clima,e genuine* I
Sf n,n; 'ndeed- ,b> C01"""" the 0rthodox > <>' Hi
It "PotentialI support, he has proved that it is far from genii
rurS '7: ft 525of poUtlca!m aM bn,,al and ">
Gurioni is new to both groups, whether he has come to them oul
*CUOH or expediency He is new to the middle class Zl
t -"wS, ^n1 ,m7,,S !i",,' ,m",' UWn ,hp wWt Of 0!
and he is new to the Orthodoxy, which rightly docs not trust I
-:
:
'ACTORS WORKING AGAINST HIM
0T F E mar5|a8 '"' Uieae. the Prime Minister was ba
Ion i-" mankin^ l'p for ,lls ,0S8M elsewhere. Reckoi
Slv 25'iJS H^'(iir,,,s assi,l" ^"< "- Kremlin"
bea fruu. Bu, his relationship with the Orthodox,
L -a f"uUneMy T' Neither- "Welly In terms of q
can he rely on it as a valuable asset.
oned ion!!1" ""' faCt ,hat Mr B^* is far from a young n
u-s v,ay impreMed 1)V a >tr y
"n h I hn ,UPn 3 Cl,n,ry UnwUUn ,0 ha one. and
aCurinl H^ 8,JUftu?merged- W,,uld be foolish to say that
men in ", sl hls ** '"'" "' Mm. His opponents' ai
" a < v r 3, 8:'ernnit'n' of one-man rule still holds u
able one CtrJUnly, the vista of hi, power remains a for.
Ben-GurJ'n'aS^Th10 *"** Geologically does not belong to Mr.
. L *nmm taS. .k m'w pol,,,cal tone in ^el. manifest se>
more meaningful the country's phenomenal Datid S( ,-1!,?? *> lT today' and "ldeed "0 longer m
development in its other areas of national en- mlTh.ff?d 22**2* to make U back t0 office on Aug 15
deavor. "al en Ws advanrL d Nevertheless, other factors, in ad
to his ad>anc.ng age. are working against his resumed power.


Friday. August 25, 1961
-JewistfhrkHan
Page 5-A
IFTTERTO THE EDITOR-
State Department Bill Needs Airing
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Many pood thanks, even though
belated, f*x-Lco Mindlin's recent
good comments published in The
j( wish Floridian.
1 particularly appreciate _vour
giving notice in The Jewish Flor-
idian to my legislation regarding
Ibe State Department. It has been
lying to me that my bill has
i ., gaining support here in Con-
, ess, but there is still a long way
any rate. 1 think it is good
the people have a chance to
... this problem of how best
invigorate our State Depart-
GEORGE A. SMATHERS
United States Senator
Washington, D.C.
selfishly in a thankless job to
make the most of limited funds
available and following a demo
c'rafic and humanitarian form
i ula to allocate funds proportion-
I ately without favor or bias.
I also note in the same issue of
; July 21 an article by Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz, also critical of Feder-
ation, that it is not '"Jewish" or
; Jewish enough in its purpose, i
jdo not personally know Rabbi
Abramowitz, nor do 1 know all the
I rabbis in this area, but from the
| many I have met or known, I sin-
j cercly believe that the apathy of
he Jewish communitv to their re-
ponsibilities does not lie with the
'eadcrship of Federation but
-at her with the lack of leadership
1 ;n the rabbis of our community
j who are, in fact, charged with the
responsibility of being teachers.
' leaders and to set the example for
the rest of the community.
A rabbi who has among his mem-
bership families who have two
Cadillacs in their driveways and
will spend $10,000 or more for a
Bar Mitzvah or wedding, and who
slammed doors shut in the faces
of Federation workers during a
campaign, or after being pressured
into making a small contribution
do not honor their obligations, are
tire ones who should be castigated
publicly. They should be castigated
by rabbis who officiate at these
Bar Mitzvahs and weddings, ra-
ther than be praised because of
the additional gratuities that these
rabbis receive for their services.
It is a common adage that every
Jew has a responsibility to his
community. Each one should
I either work or give. When we
have Jews who both work and ^.ve,
we are fortunate. When we have
[Jews in our community who \ >rk
; not and give not, it is very tin for-
' tunate. and it is to this segment cf
I our Jews that criticism shoulr be
' focused primarily by our rabbis,
; who are charged with spiritual
1 leadership.
1 sincerely believe that Mr.
| .Mindlin's interpretation of the
problem in his column will only
tend to confuse the facts, and will
put an additional stumbling btoch
in the efforts of Federation in t :eir
annual campaigns.
ABE SOLOSKO
North Miami
11 tor. The Jewish Floridian:
r reading Leo Mindlin's col
in m July 21, i feel my blood
i --.;;< ^oing up. and 1 must use
hi ans of trying to reduce it.
Mr, Mindlin's column, he
sses "failure of Federation "
failure of its leadership."
! m the many years that 1 have
been active for Federation as a
worker during every campaign. 1
have found, with one or two ex-
ertions, a leadership of dedicated
persons who have not only sacri-
ficed their business time but also
their personal home lives and their
comforts in devotion to Federation
and our community.
The true facts of Federation
ere that the handful of leader-
ship of Federation accounts for
more than half of all moneys
raised every year during the
campaigns. The budget commit-
tee, whose job it is of prorating
and allocating the funds that are
raised during campaigns, is one
cl the hardest working commit-
Sees, working tirelessly and un-
Studies to Start
At Tifereth Israel
cth Israel Congregation is
I registration t <> r Hebrew
Sunday school daily !) to 5.
' igs t" a. and Sundaj morn-
o to 12.
Nathan Zwitman, principal
< i Sundaj school, has prepared
grant <>i studies incorporating
.! esl methods of presentation
II Biblical literature and Jewish
I i ry, .Hid encouraging musical
and dramatic interpretations
Igh compositions and play! I"
i presented at the weekly audi-
.( i :;mi sessions.
Devotional services, with a ser-
monette by Rabbi Nathan H. Zwit-
mi n, will be held every Sunaay
morning.
Sept 10 is first day of Sunday
school, Hebrew school starts Sept.
Survey Shows
Poll's Validity
Continued from Page 1-A
port said negative editorials dis-
appeared and "not a single nega-
tive editorial could be found in
June or July."
he Arab League countries the
anticipated, was uniform
stile, ranging from bitter at-
tacks on Ben-Gurion as a Jewish
j. ototype ol Adolf Eichmann, t<> a
ation nt the di fendanl as
.'i hero.
Israeli Gets Nine Years
Continued from PaRe 1-A
that Aldoubi went to Spain
i landestine bid to abduct Leon
elle, (he former Belgian Nazi
l< r who is now living in Spam.
According to the reports from .Ma-
drid, the two Spaniards were ac-
quitted.
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From This
Nettie
By MAX LERNER
Strong Anti-Bias Clause is Urged
sing an oral imagery about Berlin.
v. .' he ia I earlier in roat" a:iri now '"a broken
too racti seeps i bat gener
he erica need a Berlin
cj hole in the hi
; news ab tut the si >rj ol thi- talk
v ith John Mi -. loy is a man of some
Bti himself, who ki i taving been high commis-
si ner there, and who hai y's confidence, Khrushchev
could only talk turkey with him.
i have told Mi ants to Otiate the Berlin
Issues. He may havi .--:ll<--- nference on them, after
thi German elections ant! thi- Russian Pi igress. And he prob-
al j tied in this relative mildners on Berlin, so different from his
i tude. with the condition that both camps should continue
their tan on nuclear testing.
THIS IS AS GOOD A RESULT as c : ekpected from
lh< talks. they illy on Berlin
esident's r sourceful-
ness r diplomat his lisarm-
;
that President Kenndy loi bis firm-
ness in meeting Khrus is rhere wen
r minded Is req t to Conj ress
i.i -
r<. iness to usi it. I sus] rsto id the I
n< sp ech better thai they d free world
m< ss, but I e Iso believe: ness to gotia-
lions open
as been good also to -. I take this a-
a recognition that in th< with the
I 5t armed doctrine, of w! ly a temporary phi
i!-. free world leaders know their nal
they are to survive.
1 trus is not too abrupt a ju I with thi ..tier.
of Ji n Ambassador to Brazil. Janio Quad-
ros asked for his withdrawal or. th< chargi Brai
a lira, after Cabot criticized Brazil.- ision to attend the com
world conference of uncommitted natioi
ically Cabot was right, since Brazil has strong treaty ties with
the world of the Americas and is scarcely uncommitted. Psycholog-j
icallj he was wrong, since Quadros has mapped out his foreign policy
as par, of Brazil- new stance. More important, he was wrong prac- I
i lly, in terms of the U.S. and free world's interests in a strong Brazil
r Ul sho the work! how a Latin Arrur.car. democracy, beset and
bedeviled with every kind of problem, can meet them without succumb-
ing to Castroism or communism.
It is a theme worth pondering at a time when the American people
an confused about what they want most from their neighbors and
i They want friendliness and goodwill, yes. But they must not
ask for a bland or blind assignment with American policies. What thev
wi nt most in the American hemisphere is that the vulnerable nations. ]
eh Khrushchev and Castro are watching with vulture eagerness.
rid meet their tasks with strength and affirm the capacity of1
ilt .ocracies to develop diverse forms of effective leadership.
_ -_ __.-_ .._ _
DEMOCRACY AND THE FREE WORLD FACE an era of unpar-
alleled dangers. If the free world flinches from them, and mistr
the capacity of democratic regimes to use the necessary power in
I Qg them, it is through. If it musters its courage, and temper.- it
with humanism and compassion ar.d a loi nee, it will win the'
future
Prom the nettle of our dangerous time we must pluck the onlv
flower of safetv we can the strength to face the blackness of the pit
> survive, the resolve to buy time to build an enduring peace.
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Continued from Page 1-A
! State Department should act on
: the anti-bias and freedom of the
! seas provisions. Rep. Ryan said
that the House should insist upon
' the strong language in the present
House bill in prelerence to "the
watered-down provisions in the
Senate version."
Rep. Ryan called on tie State
Department to respect and sup-
port the rights of US. citizens
abroad, regardless of religfon.
He cited German, Dutch and Bri-
tish resistance to the Arab
League boycott arv< said the Uni-
ted States could not afford to do
less in resisting Arab threats.
He sa:d "We must be resolute on
this issue or fail to live up to our
ideals."
Rep Alfred Santangelo, New
York Democrat, told the House thai
"in view of the large amounts of
money" recommended in the new
bill "for the Arab nations, which
. recomrrx ndations I have seei
in the classified documents,
think i: I i hi 11 the Fore \:-
fain tee in t h e lighl oi
discriminatory
against "he Jewish and
: ri< an eitizens I I
that the I
, should revaluate the contribution
that this foreign aid program is giv-
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Republic, and other countries in
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Rep. Santangelo this week also
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[day. August 25' 19S1
+Jewisf fhrHter
Page 7-A
Gcldmann in Review of World Jewish Affairs
*r4
ice
fe-
Continued from Pazt 1-A
sa:d, was that freedom of emigra-
tion was practically denied to
Jews in Morocco.
Police1 Organization
'. of "in jtion"
efl ts to apprehend former
Xazis now biding i:: various coun-
tries around the w rid.
Dr. Goldmann denied reports
thai Jewish organization* have
contacted Algerian rebel leaders
HAROLD MIDLAND
' "neg itive effort," the
report declared, "has hamperM
iie etloi'ts of. th*. W^st German.
He emphasized that no plans ex.sl ,,,,,,,, toward bnngl ,
ior any such direct contact Re tria] ;iSt. s b d ^
viewing the position taken by the
rebel leaders on the future status
.il Algerian .li wry in an indepen-
dent Algeria, he expressed the hope
ihat they would adopt toward the
Algerian Jews the same position
,i> toward trench nationals, "al-
lowing the .lews in Algeria to de-
..<:< tor themselves what status
iicy would like to have."
Samuel Bronfman, size tion," he
the North American exe is this
t h e World Jewish Congress, ad
dressed the delegates, lited ta;e> and t^iada
"the younger leaders I Am .<. nrk oi our orgamzatn; II
ither countries. Interpol's mac-
son has given the Nazis still at
large an unexpected sense of safe-
ly and. in tusn, may encourage
them to make contacts with other
Nazis and continue their abomin-
able activities."
larold Fried land
10 be Food Fair
wthern Unit VP
Harold Friedland has been ap-
inted vice president of Food Fair
re-. Inc. in charge of the South-
Pivision. The announcement
The conference was presented
with a report prepared by the WJC
political department on the present
-ituation of the Jews in the Soviet
Union. The report said that the
situation "remains acute and dif-
ficult." It noted that some pro-
gress has been made recently in
the field of Jewish culture, but
The report pointed OUt that In-
terpol's "failure to act on Nazi
criminals is based on a constitu-
tional prohibition against the or-
ganization's intervention in mat-
ters having a military, political or
religious character" The rap
porteur>. however, insisted that
"the murder of 6.000.000 Jews by
Nazi war criminals can not DOS-
iibly fall within the scope of such
Jewry
Poinfng out thaf North Ameri-
can Jewry new is "the largest
and potentially the most inf.uen-
tial in tre history of oor people,"
Mr. Bronfman declared that "his-
tory charges os with the high,
sacred duty, commensurate with
our size and v'gor. North Ameri-
can Jewry, he stated, must "mar-
shal its forces in close coopera-
tion with many otner countries,
which can best be done through
the network of a stronger World
Jewish Congress."
, | a limitation on Interpol's function."'
stressed that "there is a painful The rcport d ^ fhat ,n
absence of any improvement inL revlew its u in ,hls re.
made by Louis Stein, president the general conditions under which and 1t-||a| ,ne $earcn fof
the Jews live ,n the Soviet Union., Nazi WM cnminals at large_..
The report emphasized that there_______________________________
retail food chain
edland joined Food
ic I...-........i are serious shortages ot prayer-
.is a trainee. Hi has served f,;,
. .. ,___ books and ritua obiects, and that
huver. merchandiser, store ,. .
. ... i the most important issue as far as
supervisr. assistant ___j ...
Fair i
1 "
as
ope ition> sup
ibra.vh manager ar 1 director of
store operations F>r the past
fear he served as director of store
srations for the Southern Divi-
>n. *
Israelite Center
Plans New Term
Israelite Center religious school
registration is now in progress
Sunday through Thursday.
Rabbi Morton Malavsky, princi-
pal of the school, announces that
rgest supermarket chain, at pres- in Cuba unrjer the Castro regime, classes have been formed to ac-
operates 13*; supermarkets in "Careful scrutiny." the report said, commodate students beginning with
rida I'nder Fnedland's direc- .na8 not been aDie to uncover any first grade through post-confirma-
D the chain has accelerated ex- anti-Semitism whatever in Cuba. tion.
ision plans for existing stores m tne contrary. we are satisfied
i for acquiring new sites for the that thc reg,me in power is deter-
lopment of Food Fair super- n,inet] to suppress any form of
racial discrimination."
Food Fair, the nation's sixth
Russian Jewry is concerned was
"their enforced separation from
their brethren abroad from their
relatives and friends in Israel and
in other countries."
Another section of the report
dealt with the situation of the Jews
irkets to keep s;ep with the
wth and potential of the area.
)ther expansion plans for Food
Stores include entry into the
ki tood field.
. Lehman in fteporf
fifiX meeting of th? Perfect Cir-
Temple Emanu-El's group of
yotng married couples, will be
at thc home of Mr. and Mrs
Irnard Plotkin, 1475 Marseille
Miami Beach, oa Monday eve-
ig Dr. Irving Lehrman will
ssent an on-the-spot report from
ope. having just returned from
re thi> week.
However, the report noted in
regard to Cuba, the social and
economic changes in that coun-
try "have resulted in a complete
transformation of the economic
foundation upon which the Jew-
ish community rests. As a result,
it is no longer possible for thorn
to maintain their institutions and
services which had formerly baen
financed by members of the com-
munity. A large proportion of
Cuban Jewry, once totaling about
10,000, has left the island."
Bernard I Gelbert and Mrs
Phillip Ruhman. co-chairmen of
the board of education, also an-
nounce that the classrooms of the
religious school have been com-
The report disagreed sharply j pletely air conditioned for the com-
. with the policies of Interpolthe1 fort of students.
:rc
n!
c
6
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through the World Jewish i
jress, they can tan.' act! hi bi
misunderstandings become proh
ms and often become da 18
And thej just
i i il that if trouble can be r
nized in time, if preventive a in
can be taken by the World J< b
[ress to safeguard Jev >h
ver they ar. thr il
then they can concentral in
'" progress of their own res
community activities."
The Israelite Center religious
school is affiliated with the Bureau
ot Jewish Education of Grea'er
Miami and has on its staff accredit-1
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Youth program will again be un-
der the direction of Ronald Katz.
A threefold program is planned for
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+Jet*isli ftcrkUar
Friday. August 25, 1961
Ben-Gurion and Mapai
Face Staggering Task
JERUSALEMiJTAi Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion and the
Ma] -i Party high command lost no time this week in preparing for the
long and difficult task of forming a new government of Israel in the
wak< of the Aug. 15 national elections
The Mapai political delibora
tioi began even before the final
res its Oi the election were in Ma-
pai, with some 34 percent of the
tot) vote and at least 42 seat.- in
tb( Fifth Knesset, remained the
;est party in Israel but weak
i i by the detection of some tour
11 i-nt of t h e electorate. The
}. threfore entered into preiimi-
i discussions with the other po-
litii 1 parties on participation in
a new coalition weakened by the
ion outcome and more suscep-
i i pressures from its prospec-
tn< partners.
n mediately after the election.
Secretary General Jcsef Almc-3i,
ol Mapai, flew to Sde Boker to
cer*er with Mr. Ben-Gurion and
arrounc^d immediately after
tha-' the veteran leader was will-
ing to try to form a new govern-
ment when President Ben-Zvi irt-
viKd him to do so. Almogi indi-
c-*ri that Mapai would immedi-
tcly initiate talks with all the
psi'ies except Herut on the Right
arz the Communists on the Left.
made clear the Mapai belief
I whatever coalition Mapai built
u d have the National Religious
a a member, lie indicated
:h mam alternatives facing
Mi ai were a Mapai-Liberals, NRP
'ion or a Mapai-Mapam. Ach-
iVOdah, NRP coalition. He ex-
I- ed doubts about an all-partj
coi ion, excluding the exteremist
parties, because ot the difficulties
I would be involved in meeting
the demands ot all parties for Cabi-
D< I -eats.
I litical speculation in Israel in-
clined to the belief that Mapai
WOl I make its most strenuous ef-'
fon o form a government with the:
Liberals and the religious group.
Dr. Lehrman
Bock in Pulpit
Dr Irving Lehrman. spiritual
li r of Temple Emanu-EI, after
an absence of several weeks, will
ict services at the synagogue
Saturday morning.
Serving as United states dele-j
at the initial meeting of the
W I Council of Synagogues, Dr. j
Li l man met with other leaders of
Conservative Judaism in Paris.
i ce, to discuss important prob-
lei of the day.
Di Lehrman. a member of the
I inic Cabinet ot t h e Jewish
1 logical Seminary of America.
i irrently serving as pre.Mdent
ot -,re Rabbinical Assembly of the
& theasl Region.
Liberal spokesmen made it clear,
ver. :hat the puce of their
participation in the government
a >ulc be "a proper say" in the gov-
ernment and an appropriate num-
ber of key positions.
[j Mapai seeks the adherence of
Mapam and Achdut Avodah to a
coalition government, it will be
I with the demand that '.he
numerical distribution of portfolios
be more equitable and that Mapai
no longer hold a majority of the
Cabinet seats. The Achdut Avo-
dah, still smarting over the treat-
:- members in the last
net a: Mr. Ben-Gunon's hands,
ed that it would not enter a
coalition without strong guar-
antees o: "proper democratic con-
trol'" ot the government and the
various ministries. The party
sp ikesman complained that Mr.
Ben Gurioa kepi too much autbori-
;> In his own han S and did not
share it with the other ministers
The absence of any snarp is-
sues in the election gave empha-
sis to the fact that not ideological
differences but personality ques-
riortf wouid be the major barriers
to speedy formation of a new
government. The loyalty to party
affiliation srown once again by
Israeli voters also pointed to the
continuation of the multi-party
system In the country so strongly
deplored by Mr. Ben-Gurion.
Mr. Ben-Gurion was philosophic
about the outcome of the elections.
He termed the results a victory for
Mapai. even though it lost seats,
io view of what he termed an "un-
precedented smear campaign"
against it The results, however.
he asserted, were 'disastrous" for
the country because they failed to
bring about a change in the elec-
toral system. Mr. Ben-Gurion has
long advocated a two-party system
tor Israel and the elimination of
the present system of proportional
representation which makes it vir-
tually impossible for a single party
ever to command a majority of the
Parliament and exercise a clear
mandate.
Pinhas Lavon. ousted Histadrut
secretary general, whose dispute
With Mr. BenGunon over respon-
sibility for a 1954 "'security mis
hap" caused the political difficult-
ties which led to the new elections,
termed the election results "a se-
vere setback" for Mapai. He saw
the fact that 50.000 former Mapai
voters had shifted to other parties,
while several thousand voters left
their ballots blank, should force the
Mapai leadership to "stop practic-
ing punishment."
Report New Parliament Will
Be Installed Early September
BA8BI LION KRONISH
Oneg Shabbat
At Beth Sholom
Two "Show and Tell" Oneg Shah-!
bat receptions will be tendered to|
Beth Sholom members and prospec
, live members alter services on Fri-
day evenings, Aug. 25 and Sept. 1,
jccord:r2 <> an announcement by
Jack M Pink, membership chair-
man.
Beth Shalom is now engaged in
the final stage of a three-part build-
ing program: five years a^o the
Sanctu as c impteted: this last
April the- scho il class-
rooms buil ar I the Tem-
new administration wing will
si hi be si trted.
Rabbi Le>n Kroni
Dai. id l ser w ill ifficiate a!
services, a ? ibb Kronish will
shev a: I tell" a the 0 leg
,.. progran -
Continued from Page I-A
voting percentages achieved by the
various parties is as follows: Ma-
pai. 34 51 percent; Herut, 13.47;
Liberal. 13.38; National Religious.
993; Mapam. 7.58; Ahdut Avodah.
6.52; Communists, 4.3; Agudat Is-
rael, 3.75: Poalei Agudat-Israel.
1.99. The remainder of the votes
went to Arab parties.
Meanwhile, jockeying for posi-
tion for formation of the next Gov-
ernment is now under way here
The Mapai campaign workers held
a large rally at Tel-Aviv tonight,
addressed by Mr. Ben-Gurion. and
the Mapai secretariat held its first
postelection meeting to evaluate
last week's balloting.
M machem Beigm. leader of He-
rut. has proposed that 'he Liberal
Partj join Herut in a United parli-
mentary bloc as an alternative to
the dominant Mapai Party Hern
has empowered Mr. Beigin to take
all necessary steps to bring about
formation of such a bloc. Mr. Bei-
gin is expected to approach the two
leaders of the Liberals Pinhas R,y
sen. of the former Progressive
Party, and Peretz Bernstein, of the
old General Zionist Partyask; ig
them to bring the Herut-Liberal
bloc proposal before their respec-
tive groups.
Assistant Cashier Named
Dade Federal Saving-, and Lianj
Assn. of Miami, at a recent mee" ->
uf the board ot directors, ele< |
Edmund Clancey, of the Mae <\e
Accounting Department to the j\
of assistant cashier of the Ass a-
tion.
Argentine Bigots
Attack Camp
BUENOS AIRES'.ITA'Several
.Jewish beys a-d girU attending t
training camp for pioneer work In
Israel were injured this week when
: "heir camp. located at Mercedes
I about l'K) mi'es from th:s coital
was attacked by a group of ex-
treme nationalist- lined up with
the right-wing "Tacuara" move-
I ment.
The right-wingers stormed the
'camp at 5 a.m., and beat many
I of the bo;:- and girls with stick.-.
The camp for the training of pio
. neer youth plar.ning to join kib-
i butzim in Israel i* conducted by
1 Hacsharali Ichud Habonim. an or
: ^anization of Argentine Jews with
j headquarters in this city.
The incident created great ex-
citement in the Jewish community
j here. DAIA, the representative or-
1 ,'anization of Argentine Jewry,
, lodged a strong protest with the
'< Ministry of the Interior. The Min-
istry immediately assigned guards
to protect the Mercedes camp.
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Junior congregation services are
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Registration is now being ac-
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idav. August 25. 1961
-JewistnorkUan
Page 9-A
Hadassah Vows Non Identity With Israel Politics
leor.crd H. Golder.son, prea-
u;, oi American Broad-
.--Pararr.ount Theatres,
be awarded the B'nai
President'! Medal at
rganizatioa's 118th an-
. ieting In New York.
G neon is founder of Uni-
i erobral Paisy Assn.
: leader in civic and
pn .thro?:: activities. Ke
w be cited Nov. 14 at the
orf-Astoria. The func-
ds B nai B'rith's youth
p
im;
fyp-5: eeninj Scheduled
VII
Be hi
l.y ;
\ II
metric \--:;
du< enlng tor
- :c 'mp inied
parents Monday from
Beth Torah
. il building.
DF.NVER(JTA)-Hadassah con-
siders it a "cardinal" principle,
"not to be affiliated or identlfed I
with any political party in Israel."
ill.' 1.500 delegates attending the1
V7lh national convention of Harlas-!
sah were told here b> Mrs. Sieg-
fried Kramarsky. rational presi-
dent of the women's Zionist or-
ganization.
Pointing out that the general
lections which took place in Is-
rael last week were of interest to
Hadassah. as are ail aspects .. I-
raeli life. Mrs. Kramarsky told the
convention: "In this conn ctio
believe it is import a-it to restate
Eladassah's traditional position re-
garding Israeli politics. It is a
cardinal principle with us, and
with the World Confederation of
General Zionists to which we be-
iong. not to be affiliatec o: len-
\ titled with any political party in
Israel. In our opinion, Israel's
politics internally or externally are !
me sole prerogative ot Its own
citizens."
Mrs. Kratnar>ky also tr! i the
convention that Premier David
Ben-Gurion had met with the ex-
I gcutive committee of Hadassah
during his recent visit to the Uni-
ted States "for a frank and friend
, y exchange of views." She re
norted that "irrespective of what
'ever philosophical differences .-'ill
exist between us. he ar.d we agree
thai Hadassah must continue to
widen its membership and contin-
ue its projects, both far th sake
i Israel and of a strong diaspora."
Turning to American affairs,
Mrs. Kramarsky asserted thai the
American interests ar.i the wel-
fare and security of the free world
make it vital for Congress to pass
a foreign aid bill that embodies the
proposals of President Kennedy.
"Believing that both moral re-
sponsibility and political wisdom
require rich nations to assist poor
nations, for highly developed na-
tions to assist tho.-e less develop-
ed, we support the foreign aid
program now before Congress."
she said.
Michael Comay, p?rmancnt rep-
resentative of Israei to the United
N'aiior.s. addressing the conven-
discussed the Arab refugee
problem, asserting that Israel did
.ot create it and cannot solve it.
"The only future for the refugees
themselves lies in their being
among their own km in the Arab
countries." he stressed. "Any at-
'.empt to push a substantial num-
ber of Arab refugees back into
israei would inflame tensions in-
tead cf reducing them.
Right on
Waikiki Beach
"There has in fact been a two-
way migration, an unplanned ex-
change of minorities. About a half-
million Arabs left Israei territory,
and about the same number of
Jewish refugees from Arab coun-
tries have been resettled in Is-
rael." Comay stressed. "This ex-
change is a fact and. on its basis,
relations between Israel and its
j Arab neighbors should be allowed
to settle down. Any contribution
we can still make will depend on
the Arab countries changing their
attitude toward Israel and their
willingness to negotiate with her."
Ogden ft. Reid. former US. Am-
| bassador to Israel, told t:ie Hadas-
sah convention that the growing
relationship between Israel and the
U.S. is important to the future of
the free world "It is essential."
he said, "that the United States
facilitate continued credit and fi-
nancing facilities at appropriate
levels for the development of Is-
raels economy ar.d of two-way
trade between our countries."
Hagler-Granada Registration
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when outside temperature soars to provide reserve coot
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York Twinline Refrigerating System la located outside
tl>e house, out of sight and sound. Only cooling eofllj
hidden inside in ductwork or above furnace! Call foe free
home survey!
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1225 S.W. 8th Street Phone FR 1-1411
YOU GET MORE CALLS
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Phone JEfferson 8-0721
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addition to a choice location, the
Royal offers superb Sheraton serv-
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thoughtful Sheraton extra values
like the Family Plan. Rates per
person from $10.75 (double occu-
pancy). Three other Sheraton
hotels smile down on Waikiki
Beach too: the Princess Kaiulani,
the Moana and the SurfRider. For
reservations that confirm the rate at
well as the room in just 4 seconds,
call your nearest Sheraton Hotel or
reservation office.
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for important business
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for 'rvnd-thfcloc\ entertainment
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for tof-flinht accommodations
5? tervice
Cocktail Lounge wv Ratauant
129 WEST 43 ST.
for full color brochure
singles $4 $8 doubles: $10-$11
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for immediate confimatitM
of \or Woodstock reservation.
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Friday, August 25, 13B1
Samuel T. Sapiro, president of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital
(with pointer), contemplates the happy prospect of opening the
Abe Aronovitz Memorial Pavilion by Rosh Hashona as board
chairman Stanley C. Myers (left), Fred Rosenzweig, and Col.
Nat Rood, Cedars trustee, look on. When completed, the
pavilion will encompass the fourth floor of Cedars and be
devoted to study and treatment of heart diseases. The
S4,500.000 non-sectarian hospital is the newest addition to
Miami's Metropolitan Medical Center, and will ultimately
offer 282 beds for the care of the ill of all faiths.
Smouha Family, Victims
Of UAR, Get Compensation
LONDON iJTA) The Bri-
tish Foreign Compensation Com-
mission, alter a five-day hearing,
awarded E3.106.516 (S3.698.244i
this week to the Smouha family
for the holdings established by the
family in Egypt which was expro-
priated by Nasser during the 1956
Seuz crisis.
The family had tiled a claim for
E 12.000.000 (S33.600.000) for the
property, known as Smouha Island,
comprising one-sixth of Alexandria.
The district had been built up by
Joseph Shouha. a Manchester busi-
nessman, who went to Egypt on a
mission for the British Government
and remained to crea'.e a fortune
on land reclaimed by draining two
lakes.
Ellis Smouha tiled the claim for
himself and 13 relatives, but about
50 members of the family will ben-
efit from the award It was brought
out at the hearing that the late
King Faud had given the title of
"Smouha City" to the property,
which includes a racing course, a
village, dwellings, offices and mo-
tion picture theater-
When Nasser "nationalized" the
area, his government offered only
1.000.000 pounds compensation, con-
tending that the area was only
agricultural land. The funds for
the award to the Smouha family
came from an agreement under
which the Nasser regime agreed
to pay 27.500.000 pounds ($75,600.-
000) for nationalized British pro-
perty.
Emanu-E! Schools
Slate Openings
Temple Emanu El r li
school h:i been
en for the tali sen
part merits of 'ram,
which begins on T .<.
Formal registration oi chi]
iving above 4ist ?:. will be cm-
ducted at the Temple's North
Branch bldg.. 77ih si. ar.i Dicker.*
ave on Monday and Tuesday even-
ings, Aug 28 and 29. beginning at
7:30 p.m. Registration I r child-
ren below that an ike place
al the Main Schoi 1 bldg., L7th St,
and James ave.. on W y and
Thursday evenings, Aug :-:
31. Only those parents
children have not ye
are required to be on hand.
The synagogue's -^.lool program
begins at the three and four-year-
old level, with a nursery schjol un-
der the supervision of Mrs Naomi
B. Brandeis. Following nur.-ery
school, the Foundation School pro-
vides a Hebrew and secular edu-
cation for children in kindergarten
through fourth grade
The Foundation School is an all-
day program featuring persona-
lized, individual instruction, a cur-
riculum which includes Hebrew-
reading, writing and conversation,
observation and participation in
Jewish customs, holidays and cere-
I monies, as well as a complete cur-
riculum approved by the Dade
1 County Board of Public Instruction.
Temple Emanu-El religious
school is under the personal super-
j vision of Dr. Irving Lehrman,
spiritual leader of the congrega-
I tion. In addition to the nursery
1 and Foundation School, there are
Sunday schools. Hebrew schools, a
confirmation program. Bar and
Baa Mitzvah instruction, and a He-
brew High School. The Temple
also offers a youth activties pro-
gram, as well as Junior Congrega-
tion services on the Sabbath and
Holy Days for children of its mem-
bers.
Hanna Senesch Hadassah
Hanna Senesch group of Hadassah
will hold its first meeting of the
season at the Deauville hotel on
Monday at 12:30. A card party will
follow the meeting. Mrs. Eva Blum
president
FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH CENTER
50 N.W. 51st PLACE
HI 4-6547
REGISTRATION BEGINS SUNDAY
AUGUST 27th, 9 A.M.
Our Hebrew and Sunday School is Accredited
by the Bureau of Jewish Education
LICENSED TEACHERS REASONABLE TUITION
SAM HOLLANDER
President
ROBERT BROWN, Religious Chairmen
Board of Education
THE UNION OF AMERICAN HEBREW CONGREGATIONS
CORDIALLY INVITES YOU TO JOIN ONE OF ITS AFFILIATED REFORM OR LI3ERAL
TEMPLES IN THE GREATER MIAMI AREA.
TEMPLE SINAI
12100 N.E. 15th AVENUE, NORTH MIAMI
Intjr Broad Causeway and Biscayne Blvd ) PL 4-0681
Worship Sunday and Hebrew SchoolAdult Education
Sis'erhood BrotherhoodYouth Groups
Nursery School KindergartenSocial Activities
DP. BENNO M WAUACH Rabbi Chet Gale. Cantor
Dr 1. D. Bernstein, Director o* Religious Education
TEMPLE JUDEA
320 PALERMO AVENUE, CORAl GABISS
Nursery School Relig.ous School
Hebrew Education Youth Activ -s
moroecai pooet
Rjoo-
SHERWIN LEVINE
Cantor
HI 4-9876
Hialeah Reform Jewish Congregation
555 W. 49th STREET, HIAIEAH
Vi 'I: IM" >RM \ PIi i.N !. i\-
Call Our Btcrotary, V ; Ear-a W ssr'
TU 7-8526 TU 8-2806
HEBREW SCHOOl 5 SCHOOL
DR MARIUS RANSON. Rabb.
TEMPLE BETH SH0L0M
4144 CHASE AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
flKLIOIOt'fl SCHOOL ::!:; i.-':'i:\T''i\
I Numwj throug li
Call Temple office JE 8-723?
r.n infoi
BETH SHOLOM FAMILY PLAN
LEON KRONISH
Rabbi
TMPLE BETH AM
5950 N KENDALL DRIVE, SOUTH MIAMI
- :hool . i :o'
HEPEE-- BAOVGS.FD CHARLES H C i r -. MO 6-2536 R
DAV'D CONVISER
Cantor
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MIAMI
137 N.E. 19th STREET, MIAMI
DR. JOSEPH R NAROT. F
Serv zei every c.-idav evening a 8:15 o'clock
For Tempi* affiliation and information cj" F? M7$7
ku.
HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
Congregation Beth El
500 S.W. 17th AVENUE, MIAMI
Has Recently Been Completely Air-Conditioned
Ssrvices will be Conducted and Chanted
b/ cur distinguished
KAKKI SOLOMON SCHIFF
PHILIP BERKOWITZ. President.
the RABBI, and
ABRAHAM CHIEL. Vice President
HYMAN CHABNER. Treasurer,
MRS. IEANNE ROTENBERG, Secretary.
and DIRECTORS of the CONGREGATION
EXTEND TO THEIR MEMBERS AND FRIENDS
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY, HEALTHY
AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
iznrn n:-u nsrft
En'\oy Individual Soft Opera Seats
Free nt
Str/fcfl lor small children
while parents are praying
Free Junior Services lot Children ages 6 to 13
thoiev > :f ; Still Available:
UET YOWJBS \OW!
Membership in our Congregation offers many
advantages for you your children and
entire family JOIN NOW AND BENEFIT!
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
Call IK Dade Heights Jewish Congregation
1401 N.W. 183rd STREET NA 41711
Rabbi Harold Richter Cantor Emanuel Mandel
A ILL OFfKIAJt AT
HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES
KOSH HASH0NAH Y0M JOPPU*
September 10-12 September 19-20
TICKtTS AVAHABLt
TEMPlt OFFICE FROM 7-9 EVES.
REGISTRATION FOR HEBREW SCHOOL, SUNDAY SCHOOL
AND NURSERY NOW BEING ACCEPTED
CONGREGATION YEHUDAH MOSHE
13600 W. DIXIE HIGHWAY
TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE FOR
HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
CONDUCTED BY
RAB3I SHELDON STEINMETZ
Cantor Maurice Neu and Choir
KEHRVATIONS AN0 TICKETS AT OFFICE
POPIEl RELIGIOUS SCHOOL REGISTRATION
NOW BEING TAKEN
PL 1-0233 pL 4.3097


Friday, August 25. 1961
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a niagnificent tribute to the memory of departed loved ones
HAT IS THE METHOD OF BURIAL
N THE COMMUNITY MAUSOLEUM?
Each chamber, or crypt, has fresh
i,.: circulating through it, always.
Thai makes possible the most fa-
rr ble conditions for the contin-
ued safe-keeping of your loved
. No other form of burial offers
trier? complete protection than that
in Mount Nebo's beauti-
ful Community Mausoleum.
WHY ABOVE GROUND BURIAL?
-ground burial fulfills a heart -
leant, the peace of mind that
* from knowing that your
departed loved ones rest securely
it. the permanent protection of
beautiful chambers, ABOVE the
earth. From the Bible and from
history from the Cave of Mach-
pelahto our modern mausoleums
we see that above-ground en-
tombment affords the highest trib-
ute we can pay to those whose
i .-> we wish to honor.
WHERE IS IT LOCATED?
Community Mausoleum is
m a large, beautiiully
ed area (Section 9). oi
Nebo Cemetery. Mount
Cemetery is in the heart of
: convenience and acces-
I :>' from every direction by
car cr bus. Miami's oldest and
1 : beautiful. Mt. Nebo is recog-
?.s one of the country's lead-
Kclusively Jewish cemeteries.
HOW LAR6E WILL IT BE?
^"hen completed. Mount Nebo's
Corr.munity Mausoleum will con-
tain 624 Crypts. 4 Family Rooms
i nc a Columbarium. The first unit
of the Mausoleum contains 144
Crypts and Family Room. It will
be ftnished in units and those who
I ke selections now will benefit
iT; both price and choice of location.
MAT IF THE SPACE IS NEEDED BEFORE
>E MAUSOLEUM IS FULLY COMPLETED?
porary above-ground burial
is available now if the need
fci it should arise before the entire
Ioleum is completed. In any
;.se. now is the time to reserve
apartments in the Community-
Mausoleum, so that you will not
be fjced with the effort and ex-
pense of burial arrangements
fct a time when you are less able
to cope with them. Your inquiries
fcre most welcome and will be
bntwered promptly.
NOW...
above-ground
burials are
available at the
beautiful new
Architect's sketch of typical Family Room.
COMMUNITY
MAUSOLEUM
1st UNIT ALREADY COMPLETED
2nd and 3rd UNITS NOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION
This racy surprise you. II you can afford conventional earth buricl
for your departed loved ones, you can NOW afford to honor them with
above-ground burial, in the protection of airy, ventilated chambers,
within the most magnificent of all mausoleums. This is now possible,
at the average cost of earth burial ... if you act promptly to beccrr.e
one of the privileged owners of the preferred burial apartments in
Mount Nebo's new Community Mausoleum. HOW is this possible?
How can entombment in a majestic marble mausoleum, usuc.y
associated with the wealthy and famous, now be brought within the
reach of virtually every Jewish family? Consider the earth burial ccsls
that do not exist in above-ground burial. You scve the costs cA a
cemetery lot, preparation of graves, vaults, monuments, and care oi.
the burial lot.
... the cost of above-ground apartments in
the Community Mausoleum. And yeu may
spread your payments over 3 years ... or
if you prefer o 5-yeor payment plan. Act
wisely, act now ... for the best location!
and lowest prices. After the building if
finished, prices will be at least 25% higher
than the present pre-completion prices of
each unit. Only early purchasers will rttf iva
the maximum saving.
YOU HAVE ONLY ONE COST
Act Today
Moil the Coupon below, or phone MO 1-7693
Family Crypts are a Definite Part of the Jewish Tradition
The Talmud is replete with descriptions
of Kuchin (Crypts). Even dimensions for
family rooms were given in cubits, to
contain the number required for various
family needs. They were small rooms with-
out windows, hewn out of the rock, or in
the walls of caves. The surrounding area
was beautifully landscaped, and won for
the Jewish cemeteries the admiration of
trie Romans, who spoke of them as "hortus
Juadaeorum" (Garden of the Jews'*. So
attractive were they, that in earlier days,
it was reported to King Nebuchadnezzar
of Babylonia, "The burial grounds in
Jerusalem are fairer than Royal Palaces."
The family plot in the cemetery, the
family section or private room in the
mausoleum, are tangible aspects of the
belief in "Hosh'oros Hanefesh." in the
survival of the soul, and the permanence
of the family as an entity
wount nebo cemetery Miami's most beautiful exclusively Jewish Cemetery
MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY
5505 N. W. 3rd Street, Miami, Florida
F'ease send me, without obligation, further details on your
Community Mausoleum.
NiVE.
(please print)
STREET.
C'TY-
RONE.
STATE.
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Friday. August 25, ljeil
11,000 Children Preparing to Return to
Classes in So. Florida Jewish Schools
Over 11,000 Jewish children are
expected to register in the 40 Jew-
ish schools of Dade and Broward
counties for the school terra 1961-
62. Jewish schools ,are now ioup/1
in all neighborhoods of Greater.Mi-
ami and Hollywood.
Registration of Jewish schools
will take place Aug. 27 to Sept. 10.
with first sessions in the Hebrew
Departments scheduled lor Tues-
day. Sept. 5, and first sessions in
the one-day-a-v eek departments
scheduled for Sunday, Sept. 10.
CANTOR SEfMOUR HINKES
i- ... at
TEMPLE ZAMORA
"CORAL GABLES' ONLY
CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION"
PROUDLY ANNOUNCES
HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES
WILL BE CONDUCTED BY
RABBI B. LEON HURWiTZ
ASSISTED BY CANTOPS
SEYMOUR HINKES
and RUDOLPH BRILL
COME ENJOY INSPIRiNG
AND REVERENT SERVICES IN
OUR MAGNIFICENT TEMPLE
500 fOFT OPERA SEATS
MODERN SOUND SYSTEM
SUPERVISED JR. SERVICES
ENCLOSED RECREAT.ON PATIO
ALL RESIDENTS OF GABLES
AND SOUTHWEST MIAMI
ARE INVITED TO SERVICES
200 SEATS ONLY $10 Ea.
TEMPLE ZAMORA
44 ZAMORA AVENUE
CORAL GABLES
GORDON
FUNERAL
HOME
FR 3-3431
FRsnklin 9 1436
710 S.W. 17th Avenue
Miami, Fla.
HARRY GORDON
PRESIDENT
IKE GORDON
fUNEKAl DIRECTOR
Directory of the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education includes the lollow-
| ing schools.
Adath Yishurun. 1025 NE 183rd
st ; BethJ)avid CqnyregaUpn. 26?5
SW 3rd ave.; Beth El Congregation,
500 SW 17th ave.; Beth Einein loii-
I gregation. 12250 NW 2nd ave.; Beth
Israel Congregation, 711-40th st.;
j Beih Jacob Congregation. 311 Wash-
ington ave.; Beth Kodesn, 11551
' Quail Roost dr.; Beth Torah Con-
! gregation. 1051 No. Miami Bcac^
j blvd.; Congregation Y e h u d a h
JMoshe, 13630 W. Dixie hwy.; Coral
' Way Jewish Center. 8755 SW 16th
St.; Dade Heights Jewish Congre-
gation, 1401 NW 183rd -t.
Farband School. 1534 Washington
ave.; Flakier-Granada Jewish Cen-
ter, 50 NW 51si pi.; Hebrew Acade-
nij. 918-6th St.; Hieleah Reform,
1150 W. 68th st.; Israelite Center,
l3198 SW 24th ter.; Kncseth Israel,
I 1415 Euclid ave.; .Miami Hebrew
'School. HO] sw 12th ave.;. South
i Broward Jewish Community Cen-
ter. W. Hollywood; Southwest Jew-
ish Center. 6433 SW 8th st.; Tem-
ple Beth Am. 5950 N. K-ndall dr.;
Temple Beth El, 1351 S. 14th ave.;
Hollywood.
Temple B'nai Sholem. 16800 NW
22nd ave.; Temple Beth Sholem.
1725 .Monroe st.. Hollywood; Tem-
ple Beth Sholom. 4144 Chase ave.;1
Temple Emanu-EI. 1701 Washing
ton ave.; Temple Beth Shiran,
11539 So. Dixie hwy.; Temple Is-
rael, 137 NE 19th st.; Temple Ju-
dea. 320 Palermo ave.; Temple
Menorah. 620- 75th st.; Temple Ner
Tami.:. 7902 Carlyle ave.; Temple
Sinai, of North .Miami, 12100 NE
15th ave.; Temple Sinai, 1201
Johnson st.. Hollywood; Temple
Zamora. 44 Zamora ave.; Temple
Zion. 5720 SW 17th st.; Tilereth Is-
rael. 65O0 N Miami ave.; Tilereth1
Jacob, 951 E. Flamingo Way;
Workmen's Circle. 1545 SW 3rd St.;
Young Israel of Greater Miami. 990
NE 171st st.
The Bureau's Central Hebrew
School will open on Sept. 13. The
High School is now registering
graduates oi the junior high de-'
partments in the local Hebrew
schools.
Details and further inlormation
about all schools are available by
writing or phoning the Bureau at
135 NW 3rd ave.. Miami. M. A.
!5;..>kin >> president of the Bureau,
Louis .Schuaiumiin is executive di-
rector.
CONGREGATION
ANSHE EMES
2533 S.W. 19th Ave.
Worship with us in a
Meiodiouv Meaningful
and Truly Heartwarming
Service.
S10 a Seat
TICKETS ON SALE
6 to 8 P.M. Daily
Cantor Bernstein
At Miami Hebrew
Cantor Fred Bernstein will ren-
der the musical portions of the
liturgy during the High Holy Day
services at Miami Hebrew Congre-
gation.
During the past two years Can-
tor Bcrns'eJn had conducted ser-,
vices at FJagler-Granada Jewish J
Center. Pricr to that, Beth Elj
Congregation for five years.
Rabbi David Rosenfeld, spiritual
leader, will deliver the sermons
and officiate.
Reservation are now being ac-
cepted daily from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.,1
and Friday.- and Sundays, 9 a.m. i
to noon, in the air-conditioned so-
cial hall.
Paimer
CANTOR (RED BERNSTEIN
Stepped-Up
Program Set
Dade Heights Installation
Officers i nd board members of
Dade Heights Jewish Congregation
will be installed Saturday night.
An orchestra will furnish the mu-
sic for dancing, and refreshments
will be served following the cere-
monv
Registration in Hebrew and Sun-
day school ;.i Miami Hebrew Con-
' gregation is being held Monday
through ursdays from 9 a.m. to
.") p.m.. Slid Fridays and Sundays
fron 9 i 12 noon.
Under leadership of Rabbi
Lionel ;< man, new educational
director .: n d a staff of licensed
rized by the Bureau
it Education a stepped-up program
is in ing planned.
'Mimmis Only
JtMtf
Monvminl
Builderi" Sid H. Pai mi
Exclusive Dealer
"ROCK OF AGES"
FAMILY MEMORIALS
To liv* in
Heartt W
Lev Behini
Is to Uva
Forevar.
,^iT^ jTBjra
Scheduled Unveilings
SUNDAY, AU3 27. 1961
"Eternal light"
TEMPLE NER TAMID
THE ONLY MODERN TRADITIONAL
CONGREGATION ON MIAMI BEACH
Invites you to become a member and enjoy the
HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
of the beautiful air conditioned Main Sanctuary
RABBI EUGENE LAB0VITZ & CANTOR SAMUEL GOMBERG
officiating
Accompanied by a Professional Choir
JOSEPH SCHREI3MAN, Director
MEMBERSHIP DUES $100, $120 and S150 WHICH
INCLUDES TWO HIGH HOLIDAY TiCKETS AND FREE
TU5TI0.-J IN OUR HEBREW AND SUNDAY SCHOOLS.
Nursery School also available at a -.ominal fee.
The Temple Office is open daily from 9:00 to 5:30
and evenirgs from 7:00 to 9:30.
80fh STREET and CARLYLE AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Telephone: UN 6-8345
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UJIIWJ.il
Ml. Nile fr-efery
RCSE BLO; ft, 0 a.m.
Rat
dr. rand:;fk skevach
lltM t
Rj!"
RACHAEL KAR, .30 p.m.
K. bj Til
ISRAEL POUtt, 2 p.m.
Robbi;'. -: F. FW^o \.
"May Then Souls Repine
in Eternal Pci.ce1
PALMER'S
MIAMI MONUMENT CO.
3279 S.W. 8th Street
HI 4-0921 Pfcones HI 44922
Miami Hebrew Book Store
1585 WASHINGTON AVL
Miami Beach JE 8-3840
Hebrew Relig>out Supplies for
Synagogues. S ISRAELI A DOMESTIC GIFTS
REPHUN'S HEBREW
BOOK STORE
Greater Miami s largest & Oldci
Supplier Id S- -irogues,
Hebrew 6. Sur.cry 'Schools.
Wfco.'esc c & Retail
ISRAELI GlfTS AM) UOVELTIE;
417 Washington Avr. JE 1-9G17
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
the
Liberal Progressive Reform
Congregation
on the Beach
MOST COROIAUY INVIUS YOU
TO f- VICES AND A
Show and Tell Oneg Shabbat
. <
TEMPLE SETH SHOiC,*.
4144 Chase Ave.
ON TRIPAY EVtNING, At'G ?5lh
o- tRIPAY EVENING. SEPf. 1st
t 8.15 P.M.
AY "SAMPLE"
SERVICES AND SEE
ACUITIES
leon Kronish, Rabbi
David Conviser, Cantor
Beth Raphael Congregation
139 N.W. 3rd AVENUE
INVITES YOU TO ITS
HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES
RABBI MURRAY A. ALSTET
CANTOR DOVE R0SENCWEIG, of HAVANA, CUBA
and ABISH PERL OFFICIATING
OFFICE OPEN 5 to 9 P.M. for Reservations
PHONES FR 9-8649 and FR 3-9807
Lakeside
MEMORIAL PARK
AND
GARDEN MAI SOUL H
"THE SOUTH'S
MOST BEAUTIFUL
JEWISH CEMETERY"
N.W. 25th ST. at 103rd AVE.
TU 5-1689

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Man's Major Goal Should
Aim to Lead a Holy Life
By RABBI DAVID SHAPIRO
Hollywood Tempi* Sinai
The chief goal of our Torah
the highest ideal for which it de-
sires man to strive is holiness
Not the accumulation of wealth,
nor the prolongation of life, nor the
achievement of success, should be
nan's supreme destination
Man's major goal should be tc
I've a hoiy life. Gcd is holy, and
nan, who is endowed with Godli-
less. should likewise be holy. To
iielp man in his striving for holi-
ness, to encourage him and guide
him in his work towards that end.
is the object of our Torah. All the
precepts and observances o: our
sacred book have but one tendency
to link us with our divine num.
Through our -daily activities and
life, we must build character and
spiritually condition our minds.
Thus, for example, our fore-
fathers, whose occupation was ag-
riculture, the injunction goes forth
in this week's portion, that in ploughing and reaping the field, they are
to develop the feeling of kindness toward the beasts of burden that
work for them. They must practice sympathy for those who need
help. One need not look for holiness in a Kingdom of God beyond this.
In the words of the Psalmist. "Let me walk before God in the land of
the living."
"Where is this land of the living?" asked the rabbis. And they
reply, "it is in the marketplace." Holiness is to be found in our every
day dealings, in the manner in which we revere eur parents, in up-
holding the Ten Commandments not to steal, not to lie. not to oppress
our neighbor; not to delay the payment cf a laborer's wages. This
is holiness: the manner in which we control our tongues. th manner
in which we control our emotions and not take vengeance on him who
has wronged us. nor even to harbor a grudge. This is holiness in
daily living.
"Thou shalt not hate thy brother in thy heart, but thou shalt love
thy neighbor as thyself There, in our daily dealings, in our every
day relationships with our fellowmen, are we asked to imitate God.
May we all be imbued with an abiding spirit of sincerity and honesty
to cleave to the ideals of holiness and carry it out in our daily lives,
even as the Torah has shown us the way.
.s
ervice*
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must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later
than FrkJay> a.m., preceding the week of publication. All re-
leases received after that time will be returned as proof of
their lateness.
A.GUDATH ISRAEL. 7001 Carlyl* avs
Orthodox. Rabbi luic Evir
Friday <>:4.~, p.m. Baturdaj 8:30 a.m.
St:-m.iii: "The Power ll .. I ream."
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*NSHE EMES. MSB SW 1tn ave.
Conservative. Maxwell Silberman,
pieaidrnt.

BETH DAVID. 2623 SW 3rd ave. Con.
Mrvativa. Rabai \jr-ran Sn.-.piro
Cantor William W. L Dion.
----
BETH EL. 500 SW 17tn ave. Orthodox
Rabbi Solomcn Sc-'f
! .,.,:.,.. ~ -i
S. i-i-kiii: Mill
I1
BETH EMETh.
C .nservative. Rabbi
Cantor Hymon .
KYI II > :
of I .,! .-
Ill '
Mi I low .i .1 K ill
'
GEMS OF WISDOM
The Lord-shall scatter you among
the peoples But from thonce j
- ye icili set I Lord yow God, |
ind you shall find tiim.
- BIBI I>l i
*
J U'tll sifl I ; use of lira '
corn u
,: m j leve. amos.
V i x Shapiro,
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3ETH ISRAEL. 4*>J Prairie, ave. Or.
tnodox Haabi H. LOula Rottman
RABBI DAVID SHAP'RO
. Cod's way
BETH JACoa. 301-31* Washington
ave. Orthodox. .Ram Tioor Stern.
Cantor Maurice IVamchea.
Krldai S:ii ii.m. Si.turda S: in m "' "'' '
S.iimo.i: Is An. U ir Justified'.'"
' the
b me i |
i at ...
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Sex "' '-''' '"
i>| i u to be
carried :< -; pray .in-
to the '-i"i f :" :' peace
ye lui p
.!! RI Ml Ml
.
Expetts Housing Project
live in western Jerusalem ir
' msii project of two-storj
Opposite our housing pre
[i a m a rousing project of large
in builteach om
ni II flats We asked 0U1
111 live in them0 Wh
ighbor?
'i. .< day, the new tenant:
tu arrive most of their
mts who had come
? Eastern Europe doctors
er li ichen and other pro
In this way the new
111 was given tin
rts ilousing Project.
and buses we hean
-;n languages. The childrei
:d tluiercnt in their European
iblished by Brit Ivrit Olamit)
Rabbi Mimue! hit son, idid, He
! ho learns in order to teach,
. ':nn the oppor-
i inrtji both to learn and to teach;
it I h)0 learns m order to prac-
nee, Heaven ivill Rrani him the
opportunity to learn and to teach,
lj observe and to practice.
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX

of the Greater Miami Rublim-
cal Assn.
RAHBI MAX K. LIPSCHITZ
Coordinator
Contributor:
rabbi -ni HlPf
Gems of Wisdom
. ... .. .__.___-_ This pas^e r'""J'--' co
Mhv is it that the bride and groom ,
' ___sv 11 operation Itflth the "srintudi Lead
are not suppossd to see each
other before the wedding?
This tradition may be generally
onsidered to be based upon the
deal of modesty and chastity.
Some trace this from the behavior
if Rebecca in the Bible who "took
ler veil and covered herself (Gen.
.4:65) when she beheld Isaac, her
uture husband coming toward her.
The fact that Jacob could have
cen tricked into marrying Leah
nstead of Rachel shows that such
i practice must have been ob-
served then. It ii important to
lote. hew ever, tha; even it thi^
istom i< observed. Jewish law
alls for the pa;r to : each
illier during the course >: the pres
mtation of the rin .
*
s it required in Jewish tradition
to have a weddrg dinner
after the marriasa?
Technically, a i vould b
idered married with or with
ul a dinner On the >thi r hand
ncrc is ai OK on the par
f those who a wedding U
nake the bride and rroom happy
ni> i- d .ratio.
!id provis a wedding least
hh ad :- the ppu iss oi tht
ccasion.
There wi i re | lirement t
-ivile the | oor to the feast so us
o spread the cheer through the
ommunity. The feast of the wed-
ling is mentioned early in Biblical
literature (Gen. 26:27. Judges 14:-
12). Partaking of the wedding
feast is considered a mitzvah. be-
cause it helps the bride and groom
rejoice.
*
Who has the right to name a new-
born child?
In the Bible we find occasions
when the mother named the child.
such as Rachel and Leah did. Also
it was Eve who named her sons.
Samson was named by his mother.
ving Solomor. was named by hi.-
nothcr. In all of these cases the
am.ng process was connected
vith an event in the life oi tht
amily. There were a*-o occasion:
n the h.b.v > '.ere the falhei
lame I the children. Judah namec
us first son. Abraham named his
en Isaac
Since the current custom is tha'
ihe child is named after deceased
incestors, tradition gives the fa
(her the privilege oi naming a
bald after his o> rn father or mo
her, should they be deceased
ut'T this has been i xomplishe
he right pa isi to I u mother fo.
.he second naming. It is important
o note that our pustom of givinj
ur children two names is said t<
. e.:i from the compromise oi gh
mg btth husband and wife the op
ortunity of giving a name.
BETH KODESH. 1153: Quail Roost dr.
----
BETH RAPHAEL. *39 NW 3rd ve
Orthodox, juliua Sapero. president.
BETH TFILAH. 936 Euclid SVt. Or.
tnodox. Rabbi Joseph E Rackovsky

BETH TORAH. 164tn st and NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Sen-Zun Kinchen-
baum.
tVldnj :!" p.m. Sermon: "what are
>\ tH-dlf-ating?" Suturda) a.m.
\:.,r Mltivuh: Edworl, *n i( Mr.
.ni Mm. Alberl > I: u hurd, on
.,f Mr. iiiul Mm. Edward KTledman,
_ a -
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strassfeld.
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
8755 SW 16th st.. Miami. Rabbi Sam-
uel April. Cantor Gersnon Levin.
l-'ii.i;i\ ;:"'! p in. Saturdaj 9 a.m. Ser-
mon: "Mrrcj WUlioui Misery, Pity
Wllliiut lil'n." [tar Mitzvah: Leon,
s......f Mr. and Mrs. Nat PoUuck.
----
OAOE HEICHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 133rd tt. Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
Erl a Semie of Worthlne*fc." Suturdaj
,s:ii> .i.iii. Sermon: "Portion <-f th.
Week." Bar Mitzvah: Mark, mmi of
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wulbart.
FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Rabbi Gerald
Lerer. Cantor Harry Zaretsky.
Pridit*. 8:30 p.m. Saturdn) 9 a.m. Bar
Mluvah: Jeffrey, son of Mrs Shirley
Mulnlck.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th t. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross.
----
HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON
GREGATION. 555 W. ilth St.. Hia-
leah. Reform. Rabbi Marius Ranson.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson St. Conservative. R a b b .
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave
Orthodox. Raobi David Lehrfielo
Cantor Abraham Seif.
MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION
1101 SW 12th ave Traditional. Can-
tor Fred Bernstein.
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OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr
Orthooox Rabbi Phine.ts Weberman
---- ----
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 64L
Collins ave. Cantor S Nachmias.
i duj s lii : Run-
:OUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW Bf
St. Conservative. Rabbi Maunc,
Klein.
i.l.i > 8 :' I p.m Seri "At tn-
;., o( Exli >' a.m. Bai
ii ,. ,:,; :. ,. Mr and Mis
:i. ii rd Lu)
TEMPLE ADATH VESHURUN. 102r
NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd
Rabbi Max Zucker.
----
TEMPLE -'T-. -./. W80 N. Kendai
dr., S. Miami. Reforni Rabb' Herbc
Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner
-,.
[Sin Mltival Ruheri i
\lif l. i. i
\h and Mi Phil is

TEMLE BETH EL OF
WOOD. 13R1 S. 14 ave.
Rabbi Samuel Jatte.
.-Mil > I
HOLLY
Retoi ni
*
The Jewish people in the dusp.'ra
fit a body without a head or heart
i Indeed it u n >t even a body, I
but scattered bones.
JUDAH HALl VI,
r
Were Jews to find rest in the
diaspora they would low their Je-
I ure to return to the land o', '.heir
' father*. SIMEON B. LAKISH.

Wherever jeus du'ell. God it
found among them. ZOHAR.
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Laon Kronish
Cantor Oavlo Convlser
Prida) 8:13 p.m Saturday 10:45 a.m.
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TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Harry
L. Lawrence.
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TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washino-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvine
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch Adler.
---- ----
TEMPLE iSRMt.. '37 IV.F. 1th St.
Reform. Rabb: Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
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TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet.
Eriday 8:15 p.m, Sermon: "Mistaken
Novalty: the Bible Versus ih.. Torah.
Saturday 10:80 a m, Bas Mluvah:
Carole, daughter it Mr. and Mrs. A.
David Goldbei -

TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Maver Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. IM
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Samuel Gombera.
Friday 8:45 p.m, Saturda} 8:45 .i m.
Bar Mitzvah: Stephen, son of Mr. and
Mrs Irving Manki -
TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100
NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno
M. Wallach.
FVIdaj B 15 p n Sermon: tour Atti-
tude." Saturda) n ^i"1. Bar Mlu-
vah: Mark, son ol Mr and Mra. Her-
man Press
rEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 8*1
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Leo Hum.
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TEMPLE ZAMORm. 44 Zamora ave.
Conservative. Rabbi B. Leon HurwiU.
I Ida) 8 p m Sal I '"l-
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TEMPLE ZION. 5^20 SW 17th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ove. Rahh; N-*han Zwitman Can-
tor Albert Glantz. .....
. v.:u j. ii mi. ii I he -
t|t, oi \-.. .. and, o Othi vs. and
Ones Shahl .
SI ti Mi". Sermon:
"Hute Si nine I
YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
SteinmeU. Cantor Maurice Neu.
\ ii- .i i la Bar M is-
i ; Mrs Sam-
uel No*.
YOUNG ISRAEL. 9S0 ME
Orthor'ix. Raobi S^erv. .
171st St.
- <0er.
Open ORT Board Meeting
Southwest chapter of Women's
American ORT will hold an open
hoard meeting on Wednesday even-
ing at the home of Mrs. Cecy
Kowen. 1810 SW 87th pi. Mrs. Jaek
Fils is president of the group.
TEMPLE BETH SrllRAH. Sun'land
Hall. 11539 So. Oix;e hwy. Recon-
Btructlonlst. Rabbi Morris Skop.
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
Prlda*. S 15 p.m. Sermon: "Jui
for trie Modern Mind < meg SI i
hosts Mr. ind Mra. Sokoloff. Satur-
i ii.m.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative
Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz
I i i.hiy ',i p.m. P irnaji 8 :i m.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chast
AWiniGHTWG rim
13 Elul 6:33 p.m.
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Friday. August 25, 13SI
Capitol Spottiqht:
By MILTON FRIEDMAS
Kennedy Administration Going Soft on Campaign Promise
Washington
THE UNITED STATES. s-exing
' Arab \oles in the coming ses-
sion of the l'nited Nations General
Assembly, is leaning over back-
ward in pursuit of Arab friendship.
There are obvious indications:
The L'nited States refused to
sell meteorological research roc-
kets in Israel, but U.S. Javelin and Viper rockets
were provided to Nassers L'nited Arab Republic.
Soviet Ilyushin jet bombers still arrive in the
UAR. Egyptian bombing crews are now well-train-
ed by the Soviet Air Force Yet Washington con-
tinues to refuse Israel purely defensive anti-aircraft
arms such as Nike ground-to-air missiles. The West
German army has been supplied with hundreds of
Nikes with conventional warheads.
In its anxiety to win Arab favor, the State De-
partment discounts Nasser's collaboration with pro-
Communist elements in rising African regimes A
plan is now being discussed to invite Nasser to
W;*hmgton as a state guest
The White House virtually rejected a new com-
plaint by American seamen that U.S. ships are
being denied Suez Canal transit if they dare call
at Israeli ports.
State Department officials confided off-the-
record" that "we mean no harm to Israel."' The
Israelis have done a grand job. We are issuing
thrm large development loans and surplus too Is
But anyone with America's own basic interest lore-
m< -i in their loyalty must see the urgency of out-
maneuvering the Communist bloc by gaining some
balancing status among "neutrals." We simpl)
can't afford to ignore growing Arab power and in-
fluence.
The state Department's line ol thinking goes
lik> this: "The dictate.- cf -omul diplomacy sug-
gest neutrality m the Arab- Israel dispute. Amer-
ica's own interest requires avoidance of undue
identity with a nation rejected, for understandable
reasons, by so many countries whose good will we
want. America must lock to its own survival Is-
raeli diplomat.- understand cur position better, in-
deed, than some of Israel's emotional supporters in
the l'nited State- The State Department's new
position paper- submit! I > the White House, are
Overseas Newsletter: By EL1AHU SALPETER
After Five Years
Jem
AFTER FIVE YEARS
*"* < ents in Is r the Jew ish T< i.-
graphic this correspondent is
in on his waj to the United Stati -
The Israel Vugusl 1961 is quite a
liffer it i intr) from Israel ol Novem-
ber 1956 which, as you will remember,
s thi of 'he Sinai rampai jn
The head) wine ot Sinai victor) came right alter the
oppressive years of tightening blockade, increasingly mur-
derous fedayin attack- and more and more oven hosti
by Egypt. Breaking the psychological effect of the Arab
aggression on the Israel population was no less significant
than the political and militar; ime ol the Israel vic-
tory. It gave the population self-confidence and the
knowledge that the quality of the man behind the gun i-
still the important factor
What happened in the past five years can In- (raced.
directly on indirectly, to the outcome ol the Sinai cam-
paign.. Israel learned what has become a cardinal prin-
ciple of its defense policy: in any combat with the Arabs,
the first 48 hours are of decisive importance. To stand
up in those 48 hour-. Israel must be at least qualitatively
equal in armament to the \rabs Given that qualitative
equality in planes, tanks, rockets and communications,
the higher educational level, the greater intelligence and
the better training of the Israeli officers and soldiers can
balance the quantitative inequality of armaments.
The Sinai victory opened up the door for Israel to
Asia and to Africa. This was don,' both literally, by
opening up the Gulf of Eilat to Israel navigation', and
politically, by the respect gained by Israel. On the back-
ground of that victory. Israel's increasing efforts to pro-
vide technical assistance to newly independent nations,
particularly in Africa, gained their proper perspective'
One of the fundamental principles of Israel assistance
was: aid without asking political payment in return.
Israel said quite openly that aid given to any newly
independent nation to strengthen its economy and speed
up its development makes that nation less impervious to
outside pressures, be it from Moscow or from Cairo To-
day, this is a generally accepted principle also in Wash-
ington. London and Paris But only a few years ago the
principle of "Who is not with me is against me" was much
more prevalent.
Five years ago. except for one or two countries in
Asia, the knowledge of Israel in any country was largely
dependent on the size and efficiency of the Jewish com-
munity in that country. Today, Israel is known and highly
appreciated in scores of countries which have never seen
a Jew before the first Israeli expert or adviser arrived
there.
reflected in President Kennedy's tt rs to
Arab ruler- President Kennedy Indicated desire for
Israel's repatriation and compensation of the Arab
refugees.
It was later revealed, by authoritative sjurce^,
that Mr. Kennedy did not rule out respjjfcmenf.. of
some of the Arab refugees in Arab lands in addition
to compensation and repatriation by Israel. The
White House concept, reflected by Secretary of Sta:?
*"..!. .. .'.'..
-. I
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDUN
Out of the Dark,
Exquisite Stories
ONE HUNDRED CHILDREN. By Lena Kuchier-
Silberman. Adapted from the Hebrew by David
C. Gross. 2L8 pp. New York: Dacfcleday and
Company. $4.50.
THE IRONIES OF life are inevitably cruei
" has become a commonplace iror.v now, this one
that out of the darkest days ot man's ra : ti >n
out of the pit of unspeakable horror that was Hit-
ler's Europe, have come such exquisite stories of
heroism, courage and love. "Mj Hui Children"
is another of those shining accounts which literaily
lights up the darkness.
Lena Kuchler-Silberman was i scl teacher
in Poland when the Germans came. After her :am-
lly was destroyed, and her infant daughter died -tt )m
lack of food, she survived the war >ear- by ;> .';,
her hair blond and posing as a Catholic governe.--
After the war. she made her way to a Jewish retu^ee
center, and it was there thai she I saw the chil-
Iren some forty orphan.- ranging in age 'rom
two to fourteen.
Not one child was whole and healthy. Emaciated
and starving, their bones -eem-. to come r:ght
through the skin. Sores, boils an : .-car- covered
their bodies. At night they screamed and cried. Most
could not read ci write. Some had seer, their par-
ents killed. Four-year-old Zosia had lived for two
years in a closet, hidden there In .i Gentile woman
jan;ior who had warned her never to soeak i:: I
ver to come out: now she neither moved nor
;e. Esther, tubercular and en I) i-
ed, had seen her little brother killed bj a str
of water poured into his throat ;- crying
vould not endanger the group hidd :;. a bunker.
1' these children, and to the others who can
m tiie convent.- where they ha< n sheltered
often baptized! and from tl I sn I
lies who had saved them. Lena became "Mother."
She begged tor them, sold and t
ie clotht sa io i Eventually, she obtain
ed false passports and a bu.- dnvei
into Czechoslovakia and then to Frat all)
to Isri .
Although Mrs Kuchler Silber
i. whom she met in Israel, no\ ... igh-
ter > ather together ever)
horn, in lei Aviv. This book, whit n.....
si er in Israel, was started when sh< was at
Mayo Clinic in ::'.r>L\ sick a:' i
write of her lite and her children. B)
turned to Israel the manuscript weighed twelve
pound-
The result greatly edited I shou in if te
is this simple, poignant tale, ar.oth r w
ment of human love The En.
lie way. is by David C. Cross, who t:
Friedman's "The Hunter."

Panorama:
3y DAVID SCHWARTZ
R -< -hat tue Arabs should be given on
to co lose nether they wish to return to Israel
Bat th-; (JAR's response revealed true Arao
tentior.s. The Arabs want no real solution, bu:
exploit the Arab refugees as a political wea.
destroy Israel.
A Damascus radio broadcast told the Arabs
"Mr. Kennedy can suggest to Israel to accept 25"},-
000 refugees, but this is not all our claim V.-
Kennedy can mediate and put pressure on Israel
while we stand aside to see the outcome of his pres-
sure. I we find that it fits our demands, then we
will accept ... if not. then we shall oppose any
yielding .
Last year, during the campaign, Mr. Kennedy
solemnly promised to support the basic rights or
Ajiur.oj i :. :-. subjected to dfscnminat.on by
Arab sta -j.J "The question of impart!
- -" nations becomes irrelevant. :
maril) a statement of America's duty t> Araer-
m .....-
tew Administration failed to
pi -tent the Senate amendment. cc-sponsorr
'-' The amendment ur
irancs Of l' > a'.j to Arab states practicing
Today, the Au:
Ids itself accused of "wa .
down" the ami-bias tiau>e in the new fore go
bill.
W the Record
By NATHAN ZIPRIK
The Teacher Shortage
A NUMBER OF readers have
** in questioning the accuracy of
.ation of the Hebrev
shortage. It is true, the put
limned was a discouraging me, but -
it was based on facts, there was D
we could do about it Let there
mistake if the tragic dearth of
brew teachers is not overcome bj
American Jewish community that is generally aler
> emergency, our Jewish educational struct
sui irive another decade.
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Dv. the Hebrew teacher shortage a' I
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p L. Lown, president, cau he p
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we m ild ha> e to inj<. -
Ktmat< y five-hund
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years rious that I
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pensi etc
Jewish Place Names in Early Western History
THE STORY OF peopling of the Amel
lean West is a great epic. The Jew;
too. had a part in this saga. Here ar
some high points:
California: Many Jews came wit
the gold rush 'The first San Francisc
directory of 1850 listed approximate!
100 Jewish names. Washington Bar
lett. son of a Jewish mother, first SU{ a
gested that the city be named San Fram.,^
Oregon: Brig. Gen. Salomon, hero of Gettysburg was
one of the first territorial governors. The city of Heppne-
is named after a Jew.
Washington: The first brick building in Seattle was
erected by a Jew, Sigmund Schabacher.
Ariiona: Abraham Goldwater was one of the firs*
pioneers. Morris Goldwater was mayor of Prescott.
Nevada: State in the early days was noted for mining
not gambling, and Jews had an important part in that.
Adolph Sturo built the Sutro Canal, which drained the
famous Comstock Lode.
Montana: Henry Jacobs was the first mayor of But in
and Helena Helena, the capitol city, was named a
Helena Goldberg.
Wyoming: Henry Altman was one of the first .
I to settle at the Indian trading post of Cheyenne, a
became known as the Grand Old Man of Wyoming.
Colorado: Leadville. famous as a mining camp, I
a synagogue ten years before Colorado became a state.
Texas: Samuel Isaacs was one of a group which ca
in with Austin's first colony. Henry Castro brought 9
European colonists to Texas.
Nebraska: Harris L. Levy, pioneer homesteader, was
one of those massacred by Indians at Kearney. Edgy
Rosewater was founder of the first newspaper in Nebras-
ka, the Omaha Bee.
North Dakota: Unique for the number of Jewish farm
colonies established at various points, such as Mandan,
Webster and Devils Lake region.
South Dakota: Town of Strool named after Ben Strool
Minnesota: The Samuels brothers ran a trading DOSl
in Minnesota about the time Longfellow was writing about
Hiawatha in the same general area.


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deceased laie <>f lMde County, Florida,
11. the County Judge* of Oadi Cunty.
and fil.- the same in their offices, iri
the County Courthouse in im.i. Coun-
ty. Florida, within six calendar
months fr.m the date of the first
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HAVID ASHER and
MIRIAM ASHER
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Atti neya for Applicant
8/4-11-18-M
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
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No. 61C 8226
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, LEATHERMAN
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Jewisti fhtridHar
Friday, August 25,
Brandeis Physicists Challenge Atom
By Special Report
WALTHAH, Ma.-s.Ai the Bran-
deis University summer school, top
drawer physicists of 12 nations
have turned their back on the race
for outer space to poke away at
the inner workings of the sub-
atomic world with a stub ol chalk
Although modern science has be-
come involved with a baffling ;u
ray of laboratory devices, light-
ning-fast electronic circuits and
accelerators larger than football
fields, these men and women have
come to this quiet campus to join
in a summer program requiring
little more than a roof, a black
beard and a conventional piece ot
chalk.
The atom may be a million times
tinier than the width of a pencil
line, but to the faculty of brilliant
theoretical physicists teaching in
the Brandeis Summer Institute, it
is rather large and old fashioned.
Most of the lectures delve into the
sub-atomic world of elementary
particles, and the still more pri-
mordial stuff of which these part-
icles are supposed to be construc-
ted, known prosaically to the
physicists as "fields." Many of the
theories of particles being outlined
by the international faculty have
not yet found their way into text-
books, and the purely mathema-
tical attack on these fields is in
the realm of pure abstraction, still
far removed from experimental
tests.
A summer school such at this
is tho best avenue for profes-
sional physicists and graduate
students to keep abreast of the
fast moving frontiers of modern
physics. Nearly a third of the
"students" already hold doctor-
ates and faculty or research
posts in the 36 leading univer-
sities, government agencies and
major industries represented.
The 90 graduate and post-doctor-
al students at the institute is the
largest number to attend the grow-
ing program now in its third year
ol sponsorsnip under grants troni
! the National Science Foundation
Crammed into the six-week session
are nine lecture courses, covering
facets of contemporary atomic and
subatomic physics, plus seminars
and discussions outside- ot the lec-
ture room. Except lor such char-
acteristically \.go.uii breaks a-
swimming paring ar.J squate dan-
cing, t..< sluftcuis Will uiai dis n >
intense conct'n.ra.ioii o..' in
strangi and au uct wuftj c
tltUll 1CUJ ((:..-.v> .viOI.il ulOUa-
.iiiu ulner piiys.c.s.ii -i.u.id the
roilo iii .a... -.. .... .-.ituic .-
l.scus-ions ot cur re 1 theory
hroii"h the fit.....'I,r" 'o be pub
lished later in the summer.
the faculty of eight visiting sci-
entists including some of the most
brilliant theorists from India. Ja-
pan, the United Kingdom, Sweden
anil the United States, in a field
dominated by youth, these men arc
scarcely distinguishable from their
students. Only two arc past forty.
Two have not yet celebrated their
lur.itih birthdays.
Students, many of whom hold
faculty and important research
pests at their home institutions,
have come from the University
of .Tokyo, Cambridge Univer-
sity, Canada's McGill Univer-
sity, Chalmers Institute in Swe-
den, U.S. Naval Ordnance Lab-
-jorv. National Agency for
Space Administration, a
Cambridge Research C 1
Sylvania and an array
versifies in the Nt>
Itary, Puerto Rico, Frar
way, Peru, Israel and
land, behind the iron c.
The catalogue lor the
Summer School Institute
retiCal Physics is a |
creening tc-t in itself.
illes "Kelativistic Par
iction." "Theory of 1*.
1 Phenomena." "Analytic
ties of Perturbation The
normalizaton Theory." a
plex Variables in Clemen
tide Theory" warn off t
ated.
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Diplomat Weighs
Soviet Rule
Continued from Page 1-A
spiritual development resumed
without difficulty." France, he
said, is happy to "continue to do
our best to encourage it."
Label A. Katz. president of B'nai
B"rith. told the Council there was
a "universal need" for intensified
programs of Jewish education "to
avert cultural shallowness"
throughout the Jewish world. He
said the problem was "as acute"
for the postwar Jewish communi-
ties of Europe. Latin America and
< >-i where as it was lor those in the
I nited States.
"To some degree this conclusion
is valid even lor Israel," he said.
Katz called lor closer "person to
person relationship! among the
Jewish communities of the world
>' we are to understand each < thcr s
problems in realistic terms.'
He declared that "Jewish life can
no longer conduct itseli with the
.affectionate detachment and nos-
... with which the preceding
ration of American Jews ac-
cepted the Jewish communities of
Europe."
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i. Richard M. Wild, whose mother. Mrs. Theodore
,. the Morton Towers, played cupid and brought the
f people together last month when her son was here on
v Louis where he manage* one of the Three Sisters
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A. 5 the wedding bells, colored lights and balloons in pink.
irate cake which topped off the eight o'clock supper...
ive long-time friends of the future bride brunched.
minisced poolside at the home of Mrs. Alvin Coren
,ni. along with Carol Meyer. Arlene Fi.-hman and Judy
- >ssed a miscellaneous shower ..
\: iting the conr scheme of the future Mrs. Abramson's
gme, Mr* Alan Lieberman and her daughter. Sherry, used orchid
the linen shower and brunch thev gave for her A
the Sorrento restaurant given by Mrs. Bess Feidan.
|d : > ighter, Mrs. David Goodman, will include Sunny's
Rdesm and other members of the wedding party
- ** *+
Harry and Sue Zukernick have just returned from an exten-
|ve. six-week tour of Europe Spent a week in Copenhagen,
tid three weeks in the Hague, where Harry attended the Acad
iv iif International Law. and was elected a United State delegate
id memb r of the Council of Association of Attenders and Alumni
the Hague Academy of International Law They also spent
davs in London, where they were entertained by friends and
tended many shows in the West End Sue extended her vaea-
by remaining in New York for more theatre-going and
opping .
Three sons and wives. three daughters and husbands. 11 grand-
ildren and six great-grandchildren from San Francisco. Buffalo.
iami. Detroit, Chicago and Cape Cod will converge on Flint,
eh., to honor Mr. and Mr? Phillip Catsman. who will celebrate
,r 60th wedding anniversary at the home of their son, Raymond
Join.ng David and Elinor Catsman. from Miami Beach, will
Dr. and Mrs. Harold Rand Planned is a cruise on the
eat Lakes in Sam Catsman's yacht ...
Hellvwood will have to wait tor its newest starlet The
fred Gerds, of 5785 Alton rd.. have decreed that daughter. Abby.
II have to complete her senior year at Miami Beach Senior High
fore devoting full time to her career She's been doing stocK
the Gatewav Playhouse, Bellport. L.I.. playing the lead in the
oung and the Fair" Irene Selznick. of Columbia Pictures.
s so impressed with her she wanted to place her under contract
mediately ... Big brother Steven, who got a sheepskin from
rida Southern at Lakeland in June, also has some interesting
ns Leaves Friday tor Israel under the American Work and
dy program He'll be among 15 boys and 15 girls from all
r the country who will spend a year there doing four hours a
y cit work (which he hopes will be on a farm) and four hours a
y at school After making almost 10 trips to Europe. Mrs (,
irmiuai went reluctantly to Mexico this vear and promptly fell In
e with trie climate and the people she met there She was the
est "f a friend whom she had made some years back in Portu^a .
gdalena Alamein-Mendez. whose brother is "he Mexican film
r. Julio Alamein Was so stimulated, she has persuaded her
sband to return with her to see for himself, SO they il be leaving
xt monl
;1*/<
oman s
"World
' Ie wish Floridliairi
Miami, Florida, Friday. August 25. 1961
Section F
- Ht -
-:i of birthdays celebrated at a luncheon party given
the iiaiti Alexanders, of 15 NE 124th ter.. No. Miami, in honor
son-in-l iv Larry Hoffman, on Sunday Also accepting birth-
congra .' Itions were Larry's mother. Mrs. Pauline Hoffman.
Ill his I and sisl tr-io law, Robert and Marilyn Antici-
Iting his tatal dav which was the 21st. was Mr- A.'s father,
adore Mertik, great-grandfather of Lisa, Jane and Kenn
lungsters belonging to Larry and the former Debbie Alexander
Ther gu ere the Martv Kerners and daughter, and the H
Ji lips wii their three adorable redheads, who will spend a m in
ll'e ': : ; :l u;l In \M I own, I'a .
Mrs Mil on Jacobs' birthday party at the Lucerne hotel lasj
.day v. is i complete surprise for her Table was festoon I
I'll Icng nmed American beauty roses, Jonquils and ferns
Lest of hon r was pr< setited with a corsage of orchids
bked lovely against her black and white print sh aih Enjoy-
k the surprise element were the Frank Schnei I srs, Peter He
I Ben i. Binder, and tht Phil Mayers And most of all.
lion Jacobs ...
Fareu I partv given by Larry and I'w-y Flautn for E
basins Eastman, well known New Yerk pianist and pedagogue,
eluded maay of her friends in music circles here.
- *
Houseguest at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Norman (Ruth) Russ
le past few weeks is Mel U. Ruth's nephew, son of Mr. and Mr.;
lonard Golden, of Springfield. N.J. He's taking advantage
i every golden day of the waning summer, alternating between tne
lean arid the pool at the Eden Roc cabana club Also expected
I i few diys is son. Dennis, who will spend the brief time between
I' summer session and his siphomore year at the University of
tnnsylvanla with his family ... ..
1 Another whose summer vacation is drawing to a close is Ariyn.
?ughtor of Mr. and Mrs. Ben (GerO Samuels She's been spend-
the summer in Deal, N.J., with the Joseph Minkoffs, of South
jange, and ion Jeffrey This fall she'll be starting her sopho-
lore year at Miami Beach Senior High where her mother is
frA president
- **
"Sincore greetings and prayerful wishes on the New Year
lorn Dr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Soroff he's consultant to the Bure.'u
l Jewish Education who are in Israel ...
Mrs Pauline S. Grundwerg, of 4861 Prairie ive., Miami Beach,
Ming on the SS Olympic this week to meel her son, Moses, i
Iraei Plans to stay lnd< litely and v. .11 make the Dan hotel
pine base while they tour the entire country .
Book of Healing, containing an inscription of
names of Life Guardian contributors to Cedars
of Lebanon Hospital, is admired by Women's
Auxiliary members (left to right) Mrs. Nathaniel
M. Levin, Mrs. Herbert Gelernter, Mrs. Ted
Lotterman, Mrs. Morton Halpern, Mrs. Julius
Spector and Mrs. Samuel T. Shapiro. Mrs.
Levin is Auxiliary president, and Mrs. Sapiro
Ostrovs Planning
Israel Reunion
Mr. and Mrs Nathan Ostrov. of
900 NE 159th st.. will be leaving
Sept. 8 on the SS Atlantic for a six-
week stay in Israel.
Ostrov and his wife, Rose, came
to Miami in 1948. He i- a former
Jewish Legion member, who en-
listed in the U.S., and went to Pal-
estine shortly after the publication
of the Balfour Declaration.
The Jewish Legion was intended
to be the military arm of a massive
effort at establishing a Jewish
homeland there.
An exciting feature of his return
visit will be Ostrov 's reunion with
his brother. Shmuei Qstrovsky,
who lives in Ramat Can today "We
haven't seen each other since
1911," Ostrov explained.
In 1920. the two brother, missed
each other by three months. Na-
than left Palestine in January of
that year, his hitch over with the
Jewish Legion. Shmuel arrived in
Palestine in March, immigrating
from Russia
In all. the Ostrovs will be gone
ten weeks, returning on the SS
Jerusalem. Mr. Ostrov is a former
l .resident of Beth Torah Con-
ation, and now serves on the
congregation's board of trustees
a board of education.
Mrs. Ostrov is financial secrel
Pioneer Women, Club 2. and
rman of the Beth Torah G .
Ship.
Dade PTA Council
MeetsWednesday
Dade County Council of PTA an
nual presidents' conference will
be held a! the Museum of Science
and Natural History on Wednes-
day from 9:30 a.m. until noon.
Mrs. C. C. Clifton, newly-elect >d
Council president, will conduct the
:ing. Agenda will include in
formation, schedules and plans
for the coming school year.
New PTA manuals, pamphlets
and booklets will be distrlb
and explained by Mrs H. J. Jo
sen. District 12 president.
Pat Tornillo, vice president of
Classroom Teacher- Aasn., and
chairman of American Education
k here, will speak on plans
f.-.r the observance.
President of the Mus I n >'
ence and Natural History. Mrs.
Sydney Wemtraub, will extend
greetings.
is Women's Division chairman of the hospital
development Fund. The handsome bronze
book has been endowed by Mrs. Rena M.
Broidy, and will stand permanently in the
main lobby of Cedars as a tribute to the gen
erosity of Life Guardian contributors of $300
to the hospital.
Women Leaders
To Get Preview
Some 225 women presidents of
leading local and national wom-
en's clubs will gather for a "Pre.si
dents' Preview" of Cedars of Leba-
non Hospital on Sept 7. announced
Mrs. Nathaniel M Levin. Cedars
Auxiliary president.
The outstanding women of tlie
Miami community will have the
honor of participating in the first
official tour of the hospital facili-
ties and will be served with brunch-
eon.
Each president will- officially
represent her organization at the
preview and act as official liaison
for the participation of her club
in a city-wide Open House program
at the hospital on Oct. 5
Chairman of the "Presidents*
Preview" is Mrs. Sydney L Wein<
trauh. who will also serve as chair-
man of the Open House activities.
Mrs. Weintraub's committee will
meet at her home on Aug. 29 to
plan both these activities with her
co-chairmen. Mrs. Ted Lotterman
and Mrs. Albert Pick.
After their behind-the-SC I IS
tour of Cedars, the 225 presi
will hear brief "capsule
from department specialists on
Cedars of Lebanon's medical staff
about the diversified aspect
hospitai activlt)
its from the field- >f
cardiology, pathology,
surgery, gastroenterolog -
tries, pediatrics and orthopedics
will d -- care an I -.'rvice
which will e offered
MR. AND MIS. OSTROV
Membership Tea
Climaxes Drive
Climax of a membership drive
being conducted by the Sisterhood
of Temple Adath Yeshurun, under
t h e leadership of Mrs Stanley
Golden, president, will be a tea
and fa>hion show on Wednesday,
Sept. 6.
Event will also erve as the if-
ficial welcome to Mrs Max 'Jucke.-,
of the congregation's new
spiritual leader.
Menorah Ladies
Siate Luncheon
Temple Menorah Sistei.....I Sis
ood will hoi I its annua \
ring a-membei lun :heoa
a tlie 0 l
hail Tuesday noon.
Reservations chairman is Mrs
Irving Laib-- U Hawthorne
ave, and Mrs William Horowitz
Is co-chairman.
Sisterhood's projec main-
tenance ot the Tempi
school. Mrs Rae Morse is presi-
d
Hygiene Group
To Meet Sunday
Greater Miami American Nat-
ural Hygiene Societv w
Sunday evi dng in th
M ihin Sa
ai i Loan Assn 1133 Washiti
' ^s Terry L.i
o.' pr< v Mrs. Bess Mi
is president
Family Night4
At Coral Way
Coral Way Jewish Center kinder-
garten-nursery school is having its
second annual "Family Night" on
Wednesday, Aug 30. a' S ; m., in
the Center's social hall
Guest -; 111 be Dr Cn ir -
Mutter, resident physician at
son Men- trial Hospital, working in
the Dade wmty Child Guidance
Dr. M >pic will be
-The Pre School Chil
Par : children in the pre-
be ir i to
teach:r>, shown th:-
and see I I las*, year's pre
tolers m act
Mrs. f imo :' of
man are filled. Open-
ings are available in the after:


Page 2-B
+Je*isti ftoricfSatin
Friday. August 25,
*ll
Rabbi Ever Receives Congratulations
For Agudath Israel's Tenth Anniversary
Rabbi Ranson
In New Pulpit
Newly-elected spiritual leader ol
Hialeah Reform Jewish Congrega-
tion, Dr Manus Kanson. will con-
duct Friday evening services in
the Palm Springs Shopping Center.
556 West 49th St., rm. 206.
Dr Ranson was ordained at the
Hebrew I'nion College of Cincin-
nati. O.. in 1914. and has served
Reform Judaism lor 47 years. He
has had pulpits in Paterson and
Orange. N. J Albany. N. Y.. and
during the past 13 years built Tem-
ple Km a mi Kl ol Ft Lauderdale
to a membership of 200.
The International Baptist Sem-
inary bestowed a Doctorate on
Rabbi Ranson for hit service* in
oood will, and his own alma ma-
ter, Hebrew Union College, re-
cently presented him with an
honorary Doctor of Divinity de-
gree.
A leu years ago. the Christian
apartment house owners of Ft.
Lauderdale arrived at his home
carrying over a hundred "restrict-
ed" signs which they had removed
t om their properties Displaj oi
the signs was "unchristian," they
told him Then th.; pil the
signs up in Rabbi Ra n's back-
yard and huriitd. them.
Rabbi I>aac Ilirsch Ever, spirit-
ual leader of Agudath Israel He-
brew Institute, has been receiving
congratulations this week on the
occasion of Agudath Israel's tenth
anniversary celebration.
Many prominent local and na-
tional personalities are taking note
ii the celebration and remarking
"on the splendid understanding and
great achievement Ol Orthodox
Judaism and popularity" of Rabbi
Bver's activities here
Since the establishment of Agu-
dath Israel ten years ago. the con-
gregation has grown to a member-
ship of some 500.
Latest project at Agudath Israel
il the proposed first Talmudic
Theological College in the South
under the aegis of Rabbi Ever.
Early Child Program Slated
KABBI ISAAC EVfft
New Margarine Can Help You
By Special Report
What margarine should Jewish
families use? The new kosher,
pareve ItAR-PARV, because the
new improved MAR-PARV Marga-
rine is made with pure poly unsatu-
rated corn oil and other vegetable
oils, high in vital unoleates to re-
duce saturated Eats in your fami-
ly 'a diet.
f tis imp tanl big linoleic Hi-
"L" factor In the new MAR-PA IN
Vlai the ggest I news
::: a long tim .. vital kej | i
I ealth pr i\ eti i i for j i
.....
They Donate Torah Scrolls
Mr and Mrs. Ph li] Yasser of
505 75th st.. Miami Beach, one ot
the gabaim ol Agudath 1st
brew Institute, and Mr. and Mrs
Samuel Molbegal ol "''15 Byron
Bve.. active directors of |
gogue. have donated two Sefer
Torahs. Rabbi Isaac Hirsh Ever
ler. has
A program tc
ccasion ned. Tl
will include speal
tde from th
lence ol I I inors to march with
the Sefer rorahs under a canop;
to the 5J d ig igue.
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2 cups si]
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2 as baiting povt I i
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4 teaspoon p >ultr> sea ming
2 3 c ) tomato juice
' cup cold water
Sift together dry ingredients Cut
in MAR PARV Margarine. Stir i:i
tomato juice, adding water a table-
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lightly floured board for about
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rectangle 12 x S inches.
Spread the meat mixture on the
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Place on lightly greased baking
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minutes. Serve hotwith tomato
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-S. T.
Fall registration for children
from 3 to 6 years ol age In the
early childhood development pro
gram is now taking place at all
lour branches of the Greater Mi-
ami .Jewish Community Center, i*. |
was announced by Mrs Harry
Kaufman, county early childhood;
development committee akfdrman
The nursery school year will
begin on Tuesday. Sep1.. 5. and
continue Monday througn Friday
of each week, through May.
Morning session programs are
available at all four Center-
There is a full-day program at the
Beach YMHA Branch, where a ho!
lunch is served daily, in addition
to the mid-morning and mid-after
noon refreshments Transportation
in insured Center vehicles driven
by experienced drivers is avail
able from home to school and back.
The staff consists of 25 pro-
fessionally trained teachers, a
head teacher at each branch, a
supervisor and psychiatrist, who
serves as consultant to the staff.
The head teacher and supervisor
are responsible for the daily
supervision, guidance and in-
service trainiryj of the teaching
staff.
The program includes vocabulary
and concepts through play, art
music, story-telling and social re-
lationships.
There Is an jar > ch id le-
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Mrs Ethel Grossman is -;
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Served in a glass or a cup...
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Hear family, guests, cheer for
that real Italian flavor created by
famed Chef Boy-Ar-Dee. Tender
little macaroni pies... filled with
tangy Italian Cheese... simmered
with savory tomato sauce and
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Lay. August 25. 1961
-Jenisfi Ihriidfirir
Page 3-B
Miami Lass Wears Rabbi 5teinmetz on *
Royal Crown Jewels
On Niagara Visit

o
,^w
%z?
fuel Sue Rabinowitz has Scottish Crown Jewels placed on
..end by Cay Lee Cowan, of North York Collegiate, Toron-
to 'anoi Sue and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rabino-
W; Miami, were visiting Niagara Falls, N.Y., when she
i wo.- invited to don the 15-pound crown.
A pretty 13-year-old Miami Mis-
had the thrill ol a lifetime last
month when she visited Queen Vic-
toria Park in Niagara Kails. NY.
She is Janet Sue Rabinowitz. stu-
dent at Shenandoah Junior High
School here, who was one of the
first persons to see replicas of the
Scottish Crown Jewels on displaj
at Table Kock House in Niagara
Falls.
In addition. Janet had the un-
usual honor of wearing the 15-
pound crown.
The Scottish Crown Jewel- were
On display with replica- of the
British Crown Jewels, which have
been attracting thousands of tour-
ist visitors to the north New York
State spot, The original Scottish
valuables are lodged in Edinburgh
Castle, and arc carried in proccs
sion when the Queen ol England is
in Scotland.
Janet Sue is the daughter ol Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz, of
Miami. They were on vacation at
Niagara Falls and dining in the
restaurant below the chambers
where the jewels are on display.
When Janet Sue was spontan
Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz. spirit
ii,d leader ot Congregation Yehu-
dah Moshc. will be jiiiest on 'The
Morninu Chapel. weekly prescn
tation on Fridays. 7:30 a.m., over
WI'ST ch. id. Sponsor is the Great-
er Miami Rabbinical Assn.
BB Director
Is Transferred
Arnold D. Ellison, membership
director for District Grand Lodne
5 of B'nai B'rith. has been trans
ferred from Miami to the Washing
ton, D.C. offices of the oryaniza-
tion.
lie assumes his duties mere as
oi Sept i. Ellison h;i> served In
Miami since 19
Hi- wife, Anne, and two daugh-
ters, Paula ami Elaine, have al
ready ictt for Washington.
eously invited by the Niagara Falls
Evening Review to come upstairs
and he photographed wearing the
crown, little did the photographer,
Mayor Franklin .1. Miller, or Fred
M. Cairns, vice chairman of the
Niagara Parks Commission, real
ize that her father is somethinj; of
a "Jeweler'" himself.
Rabinowitz is the Miami Dia-
mond Center executive here.
Celebrations
For Bar Mitzvah
Arriving from New York to help
Loon Pollack celebrate his Bar
Mitzvah are In- grandmother, Mrs
I. I hides: uncles and aunts. Cantor
and Mrs. Joseph M. Pollack, Mr.
and Mrs. S David Weil and chil-
dren, and Mrs. Ben Cerber.
lion will be Bar Mitzvah at
Coral Way Jewish Center* on Sat-
urday. He is the son of Mr. and
Mrs Nat Pollack.
From Cincinnati will come uncles
and aunts. Mr and Mrs Al Bul-
vank r. Mr and Mr-. Morris Kiav-
ner. Sam Schwartz, and Sara Na-
than: cousin- Mr. and Mr-. Jer-
ome Lear and family, Mr and
Mrs. Jimmy Schwartz and family!
and x\lr and Mrs Milton Silver-
stein and family.
on Sundaj morning Mr. ind
Mrs Al Bulvanker ol Cincinnati,
uncle and .mit ol th< '' r Mitz> ah,
will host a 'getting to know
brunch at tin Ritz Plaza hotel for
the entire I'anulv
Climaxing the series <>i U si \\ e
event- will b-- a formal reception
and dinner al the same hotel for
the immediate members >f the
family.
His eider sisters. Rita and Adrian,
as well a- hi- younger brother.
Harvey, will also participate in
this festive occasion.
tneseth Israel
egistration Set
icon Sachs, chairman of the
1 rorah committee of Kne-
| I ongregation, 1415 Eu-
announces registration
school Aug. 27 to Aug
;" 30 a m. to 12 noon, at
togue office.
t ilum will include inton-
t oi the rudiments of read-
prayers and their
Pupils will also be giv-
ii ot Jew ish history and
| eginnings of the Bible
iginal text.
n Talmud Torah ac-
i- weeklj Sabbath s special holiday prepara
Also planned are movies
id rtainment protects and
i including outings a n d
II
! Di Othy Arlin is teacher for
! .'h. and principal
| Da> hi i.ehrlield. spiritual
h Israel,
Rabbi Schiii to be Seen
Rabbi Solomon Schiff. spiritual
leader ol Beth El Congregation,
will be j^iiost -p ing. 10 a.m.. on the 'Still Small
Voice.'" weekly television presort
tation sponsored by the Creator
Miami Rabbinical Assn. Rabbi
Schilf will discuss 'The Role of
F.thics." The program is seen over
WCKT ch. 7.
Israeli Official
To Assume Post
Zvi Eadan has arrived in Miami
to assume the po*' of director ol
the Southeastern region of the Gov-
ernment o| Israel Investment Au-
thority.
He is being transferred to this
post from the Israel Kmbassy |n
London.
In Israel, Eadan served as eco-
nomic editor ol one of the leading
newspapers there
Hi- office "ill be al 420 Lincoln
id Miami Beach,
TEMPLE MENORAH
(Conservative)
620 75th STREET, MIAMI BEACH
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
REGISTRATION
SUNDAY, AUGUST 27th, 10 A.M. Til 12 Noon
Nursery % Sunday School Hebrew School
Bar Mitzvah # Confirmation
Re-Elect
JAMES G.
JIM MILLER
YOUR NORTH MIAMI
CITY COUNCILMAN
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5th, 1961
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Friday, Augutt 25,
MAMIE
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Mamie Mrs Joseph Kit in is busy in more ways than one. She
was recently elected national tribune of her sorority a: its national
convention. Daughter Judi is also a Phi Sigma Sigma at the Uni-
versit) of Maryland However. Judi didn't go to the convention with
her mother. She was in Mexico attending college: that's the trend
this jrear
Ir. college. Mamie studied journalism, but
?h< utilizes that talent only to the extent of
letters When they moved to Miami
11 years ago Mamie became active in her
ie group, and row she finds herself in
it all th wa> Her position as national tribune
isi : half as bad as it sounds It means direc-
tor of expansion. She is also chairman of
rushing information for City Panhellenic at
the University of Miami. She nr.ds her soror-
it) work fascinating; it involves traveling.
letting deans visiting schools, and conferring
witfc -iris and more girls and more girls
The first adult education class that Mamie
r.ded was in sewing. She made herself a
maternity dress. She remembers t well: it
she confesses quite horrible. Ever
since then, however, she sews as a hobby,
and the dresses she makes for herself and her
daughter are outstanding in design and workmanship.
She and her husband play bridge together. He has the happy
facultj of holding his tongue when they play, so their games are quite
peaceful. Only one comment doe* he make: "You've had 21 years
of learning to play bridge, and you're still learning "
The Kleins have started an art collection, of which their favorite
D impressionist oil portrait of their daughter by Fan Williams, a
locf artist
Vional Council of Jewish Women. Hadasah. and United Fund
h?.\\ a way of beir.i included in Mamies activities One very special
- the one to which 12 member* belong Student* of Book* But
th*- firm bonds oi sisterhood of Phi Sigma Sigma are going to be the
gn: r part of Mamie's activities for the coming year.
* *
NO SURPRISE
Shirley Mrs AJvin Sackler flew in from Hattiesburg. Miss., to
Surprise her father and mother. Irving and Selma Marcus, and be here
help her dad celebrate his birthday She left the three children in
her husband's charge He write- that he is doing very' well He only
has a nurse, maid and his mother to help him. Irv found out that th?
birthday dinner was to be at the home of his other daughter. Joan
(Mrs. Jerry) Union. He insisted that they all go to the Embers to eat
ead. The birthday cake was delicious, and Joan took the rest of
it home to Satona. who has been with her for years and years, and
r saw a take like than in her native Bolivia. By the way. Selma*
ition of years and years may well be a couple of months.
* *
STRANGE AS IT MAY SEEM
A eard from Sadie 'Mrs Samuel' Kling from Baltimore. Only it
1st : one card, but three from the Whitney Museum, marked 1. 2.
and 3 She said while in New York City, she saw Dr. Samuel Gert-
man's and Helen Alpert's book on genatnes in a store window
Helen and Jessie Gertman have been waiting anxiously ;u hear the
new* about it. The book was to have had an August publication date
by Citadel Press. The two names under discussion were Wake Up
Younger" and "How to Make the Most of Your Later Years." Will
the next visitor to New York find out which title they used?
* *
A REAL SURPRISE
Mel and Natalie Frumkes invited the Stephen earners over foi
the evening. They settled down to talk to the Ed Eisenbergs and the
Morion Hitzigs. who were already there All at once, the front door
bell started to ring and didn't stop until all of the 85 suests arrived
to wish Lee Camer a very happy birthday. They drank and talked
and opened the -wee price"' gifts. The flies better get under cover:
I-ee received four of those big flower fly swatters. At eleven-thirty the
eating started, with a marvelous buffet one huge cake featuring spark
kri and Happy Birthday'" on it. and six smaller home-made birthday
cakes Among the guests were Mr and Mrs Howard Scharhn. Mr
and Mrs Harry Levy. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Singer and Mr and Mrs
Martin Smith

SPUR OF THE MOMENT
Every year. Harry and Marilyn Smith male their orderly well
organized plans for their next years vacation Thi- year's plans for
touring New England in September are as dead as New England wouid
be at that time of the year. From the Alpha Epik>n Pi national con-
vention in Buffalo which is always a "must." since Harrv is a national
officer they a0 to Montreal to board the SS Homeric They will be in
South Hampton a week, and go to London and Pans if and when
they are in the mood They will do exactly what they want and when
they want on the spur of the moment. Quite a change and quite a
vacation.

SENSA MAYONNAISE, SIN MAYONNAISE. SANS MAYONNAISE
Dave and Bee Pollack are having a fabulous European trip, with a
few exciting extras thrown in. In London they came face-to-face with
Winston Churchill as he was coming out of his house In Capri. Gracie
Fieids. who is a friend of Dave's cousin who lives there, entertained
them royally But the be* was yet to come. In Rome. Vincent Priee
helped Bee explain in Italian that she wanted a chicken sandwich with-
out mayonnaise Wouldn't it have been dreadful if he had had to help
her explain a hot dog without mustard?
Nadler, Smith
Exchange Vows
A double ring candlelight cere-
mony united Leslie Gail Smith and
Ronald Norman Nadler on Sunday.
Aug. 20. Dr. Joseph Narot offici-
ated at the 3 p.m. ceremony, which
was followed by a cocktail recep-
tion in the banquet hall.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Cole, of 1267 102nd st.,
Bay Harbor Islands, is a graduate
of Miami Beach High, attended the
University of Florida, and is pres-
ently a junior at the University of
Miami. Her sorority is Alpha Epsi-
lon Phi.
Given in marriage by her perents.
the former Miss Smith chose a tra-
ditional ballerina length wedding
gown of white imported chantilly
lace with bouffant skirt. It fea-
tured a fitted bodice, illusion neck-
line with lace collar and elbow-
length sleeves, and with it she wore
long white gloves The French il-
lusion headpiece fell from a pillbox
of matching lace with lily-of-the-
valley. and her Bible was trimmed
with white orchids.
Mrs Albert Bear, the bride's sis-
ter, was her matron of honor, and'
the groom's sister. Nancy Nadler.
served as maid of honor
Son of A. L. Nadler. 1920 SW 18th
ave and the late Goldye Nadler.
the groom had his lather for best
man. and Stanley Cole. Robert Cole.
Albert Bear and R< -- Sandier were
usher-
A graduate of the University of
Miami. Mr. Nadler has a BBA in
accounting and is a member of
Zeta Beta Tau. social. Accounting
Society of Miami, and the Masons
Following the reception, the new-
lyweds left for a Caribbean tour
On their return they will make
their home m Miami
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MIS. CARL CHEiTLER

MfS. BONALD NACUS
Miss Litvin Now Mrs. Chestler
Olinicks Will
Live in Gables
Honeymooning in Jamaica are
the former June Carole Lowenthal
and Alan Stuart Olinick. who were
married Aug 20 in Rabbi Norman
Shapiro's stud) at Beth David A
family dinner followed the late
afternoon ceremony.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Lowenthal. ol 529 Alminar ave..
Coral Gables, the bride wore a
vibrant blue silk shantung en>em-
ble with stem-slim skirt and demi-
fitted jacket The print blouse and
shoes repealed the blue of the suit,
and she carried white orchids.
The groom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. David Olinick. He is an alum-
nus of Whitefield High School and
served for three years in the Uni-
ted State* Air Force His wife
graduated from Coral Gable* High
School in June.
The new Mrs Olinicks parents
are planning a reception in honor
of the newly-weds when they re
turn from their trip
The young couple will make their
home at 11 Menores ave.. Coral
Gables. Mr Olinick is a>sociated
in busine** with his father.
Carrying her mother's Bible cov-
ered with orchids, the former Miss
Judith Rosalie Litvin wa> joined in
wedlock to Car! Martin Chestler
on Sunday. Aug. 20. at the Algiers
hotel Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
performed the noon ceremony,
which was followed by a reception
and luncheon at the hotel.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs Mit-
chell Litvin. of 6040 Harding ave..
the new bride* maid of honor was
Michela Gunn. and her cousin. Lau-
ra Felleman. served as flower girl.
F r her wedding, she those an
ir.torma! length, short >leeved.
-coop-neck silk organza with lace
applique on the bodice
Joel Chestler served as his bro-
ther's bet man Parents are Mr
and Mrs Leo Chestler, of Chicago.
Ill
The new Mrs Chestler attended
Sophie Newcomb College and be-
longs to La Tertuha. Spanish hon-
orary. Sigma Delta Tau. National
Collegiate Player*, and Hou>e
Council. She is listed in "Who's
Who Among College Student*.' and
served a> president of Tulane Uni-
versity Theater, and vice president
Schuldiners Live
At Air Base
Mr and Mrs. Mark Jay Schul-
diner are living at the Columbia
Air Force Base. Columbus Miss
where the sroom is stationed, fol-
lowing their marriage at the base
on Aug. 12.
The new bride is the former
Martha Rae Dobbins.
Mr and Mr* Harry Schuhttoer,
1018 Meridian ave. are parents oi
the groom
The young couple are receiving
congratulation> at Box 4702. Col
umbus Air Force Base. Miss
of Campus Nite musics
The croom attended the L'mvet
sity of Miami and is a mi
Tri Beta.
After a wedding tup l< N'ass
the young couple will live in i
go. where they will both |
ate work at the Univers t> CM
cago. -he in social work. Mr |
ler in genetics.
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Friday. August 25, 1961
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Temple Judea
Member Drive
A
cirniinCJIU W *JB Ben Essen, president ol Temple
C L/ -------- -------1 Judea. announces the selection of.
Joseph Milton as membership \
chairman. *
Milton will organize and CO-
ordinate various groups within the '
Temple in enrolling many unaffili- |
ated Jewish families in the Coral
Gables area.
"Temple Judea is the only Lib-
eral congregation in Coral Cables.
]PP i and invites ail prospective mem- ;
bers to attend Friday night serv- j
ices."' Essen said.
Temple offices are open daily
for inlormation regarding mem- '
Wilma is now designing bridal bership.
gowns, both couturier and stock---------------------
selections. Wilma is here in per- U^^. f*|llictt Plain
son to create both wedding gown WFUI5B
and trousseau.
%i-v lew of the more dressy
, i -( mbles are beginning to
trickle into the shops in this area.
I roi *hal Is to be seen, the same
lines and silhouettes will again
II ,. im as were last season.
On Lincoln Road Mall. Wilma's
It showing some high fashion
"after-five" dresses. Many of
In i fabrics are from Europe, and
in parl an Old World feeling with
heaviness of texture and the neh-
n, v. ol some ol the brocades. One
formal features a "nalf-
h [( i bodice and is of a black
i old interwoven fabric.
Black and white is combined
ii .: most striking jacket dress
: m (it gant a costume may be
iv .1. -imply a "dress." The
black groduioogra, which is simi-
I; i to peau de sole, is used for the
kirt. The tilted jacket is
alsi black, waist-length and with
il ;' bell shaped sleeves. White
s satin is u-ed in the bodice,
fitted with ;he figure molding
!ir t that Wilma is famous for.
1 neckline is jeweled with satin-
hned bugle beads while small
whii cavier beads are hand-em-
i d< red over the rest of the
i ice.
hi general leeling is one of
femininity, with beading, feathers
ace -ii very predominent. A
-! fluffy leeling is achieved
with the pointed d'espint fabric.
For Two Ships
Erom some of the top designers Following the successful pattern;
come the touches that make ol twice-weekly sailings to Nassau
their ensembles so outstanding, for the SS Bahama Star, Eastern
Paul Parnes, for example, puts Steamship Corp., general agents.
a white fox collar on the jacket has announced a similar policy for
of a silk linen dinner dress, and two other cruise ships, the SS Yar-
then embroiders the white silk or
ganza bodice with crystals.
Ingrid Bergman and Yves Montand are co-starred in "Good-
bye Again," movie version of Francoise Sagan's best selling
novel, "Aimez-vous Brahms." Anthony Perkins is also featured
in this attraction which opens Friday at Wometco's Carib,
Miami, Miracle, 163rd Street and Essex Theatres.
CARIB
mouth and the SS Evangeline
Oct. 21 marks the start of weekly
Ceorge Carmel created a cape- sjx.day cruises to Jamaica and Hai-
back coat of banana-colored im-Lj for the SS Yarmouth. She will
ported frieze' wool. The cape ef- saj| every Saturday. 3 p.m.. from
feet is carried through by having Miami, returning the following
the sleeve cut of the fabric of the Friday at 1 p.m. All-expense fares
coat, no seam, and the almost are a$ low as S105.
bracelet-length sleeve ending ju.-t
above the top ol the deep patch
The SS Evangeline will sail on
\hT flat-front' Vimo^'tYe : al,crnatinR 13d^ cr",svs, be8,n;
,s emphasized by matching g Dec. 23 The two d. ferent
colored flat bone buttons.
cruises have the same low starting
fare of $245 The first cruise, for
Christian Dior, of New York, has the island hopper, will call at San
a definite conversation piece in Juan |>uerto Rico. St. Thomas
his rain-wear ensemble. A black
and white alligator print of
water-repellent cotton poplin,
lined in red silk, will make its
owner desire stormy weather. A
in the Virgin Islands. Guadeloupe.
Barbados. Trinidad. Curacao, and
Haiti The second cruise is aimed
at the island visitor for longer
stays, and calls at Virgin Islands.
low placed martingale controls pucrto Rico. Dominican Republic,
the full back, and a matching Jamaica and Haiti
umbrella completes the ensemble.
October Rites
For Miss Green
Mr. and Mrs Harry Green, of
All three ships are completely
air-conditioned. Fares include ship
as floating hotel all the way. three
full-course meals and three snack-
times daily, and a complete pro-
gram of entertainment.
All sailings are from Pier 3 in
611 Jeronimo dr. Coral Cables.
are announcing the engagement of ,ht' hear< of downtown Miami.
their daughter. Sheila Rose, to
Robert Norton Goodman.
The future bride attended the
Universities of Florida and Miami.
Her fiance attended the University
of Marvland
Wilno Kosher
Offers Calendar
Wilno Kosher Sausage Co. of Chi-
Son of Mr and Mrs. David Good- cu- Pionr.ers l" "fSKEE!
pure beet kosher delicatessen
products, have published a new
Hebrew English calendar for the
lied.
SHtlLA GREEN
man. of Baltimore, lid., the groom
to-be is presently with the Metro-
politan Life Insurance Co. there.
, year a722, 196162. which is now
A mid-October wedding is plan-' .. ,.,,, ,__
.being distributed by Wilno dealers.
In addition to the dates of Jew-,
i ish and legal holidays, the almanac
has other important and useful m-
Hanna Senesch group of Hadassah formation and prayers. These in-
will hold its first meeting of the elude Kadish, Yizkor. blessings
season at the Deauville hotel on, over the Torah, dates of Sfiroh.
Monday at, 12:30. A card party will Lag B'Omer. Tisha B'v, when wed-
follow the meeting. Mrs. Eva Blum dings are not permitted, and days
is president singled out for weddings to be held.
Hanna Senesch Hadassah
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* Jewish ncridi&r)
Friday, August 25, 1961
As a gift to subscribers, The Jewish Floridian will present free
for the as..ng a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah.
Requests should be addressed to "Corsage for You,'' P.O. Box
2973, Miami 1, Fla., one month in advance. Include the name
of the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and piace of the ceremony,
ho^e address and telephone number. The corsage will be
forwarded to you courtesy of Blackstone Flower Shops in time
tor me occasion.
Saul Silverman
Leon Pollack
Icon Allen. SOU <>l Mr and Mrs.
Nat Pollack. 8(iio s\v 20th si .
M ill bet ome Bar Mitzvah
Sati rd : \\xg 26, at the'
Coi. '' ay Jewish < enter
Leon is i si
;il ; H til"' w
A( .
I to reading thi
tire weekly |
the Haftorah, Leoi
ii the Musal service. His
m antor Joseph Pollack, will
h the Schachris sen ice. Rabbi
Si \ i -1 will offU
i ;i and reception will lol
low the sen i< es,
Kiddush will be hosted by Marc's
parents at the conclusion ol the
ceremony.
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Saul Silverman
Temple Tifercth Jacob ir. Ilia
will be the site ol the Bar Mitz-
ol Saul Herchel, son <>t Mr
and Mrs. Leon Silverman. a n d
grandson ol Mrs. Supine Rosen-
thai, during sen ici s Saturdaj
morning \
Saul i- an honor studenl at Mi-
ami Sprii lui ior High, and will
enter his second year at Hebrew
High in the rail.
officiaU.
m\ i\ i
,ii
Carole Goldberg
Howard" Konofsky
Henry Seidert
Leon Pollack
Marc Novell
Bar Mitzvah ii Marc, son ol Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Novell, will be
ol,s( r\v<\ during Saturday morn-
ing services. Aug. 26. at Congre-
gation Vehii'lah Moshe. Rabbi
SI idon ii Steinmetz will officiate,
and Jerry Ashman. \ ice president,
will present the Bar Mitzvah with
a Bible and prayerbook.
Marc is a student at North Mi-
ami Beach Junior High and Popicl
religious school.
Rabbi
Leo
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wil
Henry Seiden
Henry Murray, son of Mrs. Si-
mon Seiden, will be Bar Mitzvah
luring services at t h e Israelite
Center on Saturday morning, Aug.
26.
Kiddush in his honor will be held
at the conclusion of the ceremony.
Rabbi Morton Malavsky will of-
ficiate.
* *
Howard Konefsky
Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate :
Hendrik Berns
To be Speaker
Man's Natural Diet
How many more limes will
many lead us into war?
(ler
This question will be posed by
Hei Irick J Berns.
newspaperman, commentator and
lecturer, at a forum on the tense
B< in situation tins Sunday, 9 p.m.,
in the Harlequin room ol the Co-
rillon hotel.
The forum on Berlin will be the
Hri I n a continuing Sundaj Beries
at Ihe hotel by Berns on important
Issues of the day. The public is
invited.
A noted loreign affairs analyst,
B*ri was bureau chief lor the ot-
fice of war information in London
and L m i ibourg during World
v.. II, He is currently on the edi
torial stall ol the Miami News,
'The natural diet of man" will
be the topic ol the lecture by Dr.
Abraham Wolfson, author of'The
Road to Health and Happier Liv-
ing, on Tuesday, 8 a.m.. on the
8th st. beach, following Charles
Siegel's exercising class. A ques-
pri/.e winning i. ,. .. 7.
tion and answer period will follow.
Federated Income Up
Alfred H Daniels, president of
Burdine's, a division of Federated
Department stores, announced this
week a 20.1 percent increase i"
Federated's net income on a 6.7
percent increase in sales during
the second quarter ol fiscal 1961.
Earnings per .-hare in the quarter
uric 30 cents against 25 cents a
year ago. Second quarter earn-
ings per share, net income and
.-ales represented all-time second-
period highs for the company
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aTTfie Bar Mitzvah of Howard Sto-
wart, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Konofsky. 115 NE 123rd si.. No.
Miami, on Saturday morning. Aug.
26, al Both Emelh Congregation.
Howard is an eighth grade stu-
denl at North Miami Junior High
and attends the congregation's He
school. He studies piano and
lenor saxophone, and collects
stamps.
Following services, Mr. and Mrs.
Konefsky will sponsor the Kiddush,
and on Sundaj afternoon, a recep
lion in honor of their son will be
held at ihe Deauvillc hotel.

Steven Mankes
Bar Mitzvah ol Steven, son of Mr
and Mrs. Irving Mankes. will he ob-
served at Temple Ner Tamid on j
Saturday morning. Aug. 26, with
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz officiating.
Steven ig a student at Nautilus
Junior High and the Temple's re
I ligious Bchool,
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A reception in his honor will
lollow services,
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Carole Goldberg
Saturday morning services. Aug.
26, at Temple Judea will include
the Bas Mitzvah of Carole Joy,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A I)a-(
vid Goldberg, and granddaughter
Ol Mr. and Mrs. Philip Schulman,
Rabbi Morlecai Podei will offici-
ate.
Carole has been a studenl in ihe
Temple's religious school for six
years, and was honor graduate of
the Hebrew class of May. 1961. She
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MIAMI
SPRINGS
VILLAS
500 Dear Run TU 8-4521
ART BRUNS. Co-Owner
was a winner, in April, in the re- She is an eighth grade student at
gional Bible contest and represent- Shenandoah Junior High.
od the Southeastern region in the
national Bible (cutest in Now York.
Kiddush 111 honor of the Bas Mil/.
vah will lollow services.
ABE GEFTER'S
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> ROM WELL HOTEL
OCEANFRONT AT 0ln STREET
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DECORATED
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FLORIDA
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RESERVE NOW FOR
HIGH HOLIOAVS J 4.2141
KOSHER MEALS
INCLUDED
ABE GEFItR
$i;..o
DIETARV LAWS
AND SABBATH
Strictly Obimed
Special P.ickage Pfan
for the Holidays
Services Meals
Accommodations 12
days Sl 11 nights
from $90 per person.
per person rt.n'y
AND ALL THIS aoi.bie ccc t0 n., ,
C D c c f 20 of 105 Rooms Otn.
r K t | J J rates avail. Singh occ $'1
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HIGH HOLY DAYS
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Friday. August 25, 1961
vJenisti flcrSdiiari
Page 7-B
Cantor Hinkes
Due at Zamora
mtor Seymour Hinkes will chanl
the liturgy during Mian Holy Daya
( temple Zamora.
' ,.,, Rassner, president of the
Tp'mple said that Cantor Emen-
.,;. Rudolph Brill and the choir
Hill assist. ,_
rantor Hinkes, a native Miamian.
graduate of the University of
Ho is married and has two
Miami
sons
received his niii-
Anna Warshaw: seven grandchildren
and two great-grandchildren. He i
i. .-.-. n In l-'.i' Ruckuw .1.. N.Y.,
with Riverside Memorial Chapel in
. !, trg i'M-.tM|
ABRAHAM OTCHET
.....i 1114 ean !> Miami H
lied \ in He cami here 11.m
! irookl) n 19 ea igo and was a vet-
eran of IVoi Id Wai I. and .1 membi 1
of i he Imi rli un Legion 1 n
w .11 Veil 1.1 an 11.' n>.< naged the
111 ,ik. Mi Vlpln ami Hlai rlts h"ti 1-
on .Mi.111.1 Reach, :*i recently oper-
ated thi v : dam 1' 1 la< hotel .....1
apartment*. Surviving are his wife,
tm 1 m>ii and three ulster* Service;
were In Brooklyn with Kiveraide Me-
* 'i'.i|.. 1 1 n 1 ha -- tocall> .

, antor Hinkes rec
sical training lrom Rev. Nathan
,,.,-. teacher and composer of
luurgical music.
Services will be under the di-
,.;,, Rabbi B. Leon Hurwttz,
vi, will also preach all sermons.
Temple Zamora has a seating
capacity ol WO. Opera-type seats
and a new ound system have been
installed, and the Temple is air-
conditioned throughout. Super-
irised lunior services will also be; Temple Menorah will sponsor a
onducted "Back to School" cocktail party
Students from the University of on Sunday afternoon for members
CANTOR SEYMOUR HINKtS
Temple Menorah
Fetes Travelers
Beth Torah Sets
New School Year
Beth Torah Congregation reli-
gious school is currently preparing
its study programs tor the coming
: year.
Under the personal supervision
ol Rabbi Max Lipschitz. spiritual
leader of j_ h e congregation, Jlje
I school includes 20 faculty mem-
bers. Abraham dttelson. who
holds an MA degree in Hebrew edu-
cation, is director of the school.
Veterans on the staff include
.Mrs. Sidney Kay, founding teacher He 1 ime here ..... yearn igo
of th, pre-school seven years ago, K^X^rV'aati ,-lwng
and Mrs. Jack Diamond and Mrs. | his wi Etta son < daughter, .
I Irving Seidel. who have served in
the Hebrew department tor six and
five years, respectively.
Serving with Mrs Kay in the
preschool program will be Mrs.
Sol Elfenbein. Mrs. Florence Gine-
sin, Mrs. Michel Gruen. Miss Son-
dra Levy, Mrs. Eugene Marshall,
and Mrs. Rudolph Wichter.
Miss- Levy has spent the summer '''lly
111 Israel under the sponsorship of
MARRY OXMAN
winter and three grandchildren Sen
Ires were in (Jordon Funeral Homi
SAMUEL L. FRANK
jf .. I or. I Collln* .1 died Aug. 8.
\ member ol the Masons, he it
vlved b> his wife Rose: four sons.
\,-\s s rk Htate Supreme Court Jus-
tice Harrj B Alfred, Robert and
Jerome 1 daughter, 10 grandchildren,
and I" great-grandchildren Services
were in New York Cltj with River-
side MeiiM.ri.il Chapel in charge lo-
LEGAL NOTICE
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
OAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 43674-e
1:1: i:< I ATI.-. 'I'
.111.irs A. >ii>;i:i.. 1
.1 a siKiiKL
lii .,
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
\i ('I'll 'K I* hi rehj Riven ';; 1' '
report and .' 1 .-I ri"'
I- mil I 'i>. hi rgi 1 Bxi 1 he
Ol .11 I.II .- A Ml.' Hi K
.-.I-.-.I and 1 ha I on tin ly of
cm be r, 6I, in .1 pplj to the
1 [on 1 11 i>li 1 : ink B l >w I us. 1 unly
.IihIki id liadi Count) for
.1 of said final re| ind for
... Kx 111
us v .-:i:>.i:i., de-
1 ii
Mil.ToN R M IXNHK-IMBR
K- '\ M.i: ,\ MANNHBlMBtt
\ rnej f 11 1 -:\-- utoi
8-11
Miami, visitors, and indigent per- and friends of the Temple in the ,he \ovmg Judaea movement
tons seeking admittance to services Temple Social Hall between 4 and;
maj contact the seating committee 7 p.m.
[or special arrangements. The reception will welcome back
Tickets are on "^*^Jf the president of the congregation,L^ Mendelowltz, Mr lrvin Sel.
m to 5 p.m. at 3279 SW 8th st. Maurice Revitz. and his family whOjdel% and Mr Menachem Rotn.
Evenings, hours are 7:30 to l<) p.m. have just returned from an extend-1 ,
remple Zamora is at 44 Zamora ed tour ... Israel and Europe. Re-i Continuing the Sunday schoo
ave. Coral Gables. vitz was a delegate to the Israel Mrs. Arthur Cohen, Mrs Sol
Bond leadership conference, repre- Elfenbein. and Mrs. oeorge Katz-
senting Miami in Jerusalem man-
HARRY BAUER
SS, if 7448 Carlyle ave,, died Julj "
He came here -iitht yearn ago from
in the c'rcuit court 0=- the
eleventh judicial c rcuit of
florida. in and fop dade
county, in chancery.
No 6IC 8363
rill-: rsRKfiXWlCH savings hank,
.. "orpor ition 1 rider the
lawa 11 i!i^ State ol Sew ITork,
Plaintiff,
Vs.
Hu.YM.AN JOHN iWKl.l.. U,
I 'efendnnl^.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Sl.YMAN JliH.N I'oWKUi
Box IS!
< Ira) BVllle, Tennessee
The Hebrew school will have on Ft Worth, rex., and la aurylved b) vor ARK HERBBY JOWIKIJ tbai
,, ,, r. ,. three brothers .-md .. slater. Herv----- 1 *>" has been brought against yoi
its staff Mrs. Jack Diamond. Mrs. '',... v : ..J ,..s Memorial bs tiik GREENWICH SAN Simon Gilad. Miss Levy. Mrs. Sam- Chapel, Normandy Isle. PANK ,,r' "'"' :'1'"'"'"'" v,i "'
Sasso Qualifies
For Reelection
-1-- bas qualified for re-
is City of North Miami
' Iman Sasso is former may-
1
car i late said Vft jdaj
thai mj s! nd bas alv, -
'foui -'i ire' for North Miami,
Duni.. y ten : ears of | ublic ser-
vice i have fought for civic inv
provemei I at al! levels. The pp
i> all an munic pa swim-
in inn pools, a city librar>. 1 1 arj
e u e r s sidew alks. wide paved
highways, excellent
protection. v.
-al Hospital, and the
M the cocktail party, the con
gregation will also welcome back
ten families who have made a pil-
grimage 'o Israel this y.ir. Mrs.
Sam Fuchs a:- Mrs Sanford Hel-
ler. Mr and Mrs Sam Schifman.
Dr and Mrs Lawrence Weston and
Mrs Ess W SI I traveling
are Mr. an I Mr-- Al B ick and Mr.
and Mr- Sam Mud*.
Cantor Kodner
Is Heard
n
MARTIN L. KLASS
58, of 784a i--ist dr., North Bay Vil-
lage, died Aug 1 He .". here seven
ml lleveland, and was
membi r I Elk* [Jons, 11 nd K -
thias Sur\ \\ ng in his w if--.
Nellj I mr slsl '-. im din- M -
Beairl N 1 m in ind Mrs. a i
\v ,". Servl ere Vug
Ri\ -1 Mi tn.,r 1 Nor-
, Isle,
"The Soul Of Jewish Music,"
:.-
1.
to '"i c .1 mortgage encumbering
the following desi Ibed property, i<>
'...t 13, t: ik* S3, SIERRA M IRA DA,
SECOND ADDITION, according to
the pla th irded In i-'l;i'
Bo .'k 64, ii pnge 81 of tl p ''!>
records of t)ade County, Klorlda;
Togethei mrltl Vi .11 o\ .-ii .in i range;
il heating N ton food prep-
1 rat li 1 -.
ind s ou ar 1 enulred to file > mr
1 Clerk 1 'ire 1 i I
la, the
1 Mli Florid no
1 -1 11
1 ai '"
, .- VTSMAN lintlfl
Local Groups See
'Caught in the Act'
S S GREENSERG
..' Hartl "i 1 nn
v -..... Miami Hi
' A l.l V IXW
. ....... .
written !>y Rabbi Herbert Baum- ., ,_.
rnrH Mr- Wrfnev F-i-ir. '' '-' \: : II.
-ar,.. tt ...1 a. wrs .- 1 agin, ,
and featurii Cha les Shel- .. ir
...' 1 vil
Maxwell N. an I H '
A
...... 1 -.: led
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MRS. BEATRICE V STEINMAN AT VugUBt,
Ir.. K
\ .-. ai '
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Do vnstatrs
don Kodner u;>- presented, at
Temp'.' Beth Am 0:: Friday at
8:15 p.m. < |
Cantor Kodner sang excerpts
from the Bible, "Pr lyer for Peace,'
with music by Max Janowsky, the
Chassidic poem. \ :i. me I God.'
.1 1
' I
Room has P >t this summer -
Palmach, Jewish
social clubs, vMhose members en-
15th st crosstown with joyed the original mus il omedy
lew bridge." revue, "Caug i .....e Act "
Bui Sasso said that, despite the Because of the livei I mass
ress tj taxes must not be appeal -.'aught m the Act'
increased ia this time of economic revue, it has become a favorite with
famiK paychecks Dade and Broward county ftmd-
musl be stretched to the_ limit in raising and fun-seekmg organiza-
order to do the necessary job for i tions and groups
home and country." Successful evenings have already
11 elected, Sasso pledges "to se- been sponsored by several Jewish
cure added desirable industry for War Veterans Posts in the area.
North Mia We need these pay- Last Sunday evening. West Miami
ro"
me Israeli mart htn ng, "Shir
Palmac
folk songs.
OLu.
turte*
JAC09 KATZ
;; if 760 Jeff..... v'- '""
.lied Aim 1 I He an h -re yi irs
.,.. from New York 11 -i was
ber "f Elks Uodgi ISO md Knighl -
1 ',;!- Lodge 171 He .->: d
b> two sons. Hat ind So lc -
.,.-.-. \ : in New mai 1 ineral
1
from
MAURICE SPVACK
to balance our economy and chapter of the B'nai B'ruh was al- ^s ol 18441 ME 19th dl d v ig
provide jobs for our growuig pop- so entertained by "Caught in the ;w*[* Nh' "dw^TreUred ST
illation Act." 1 i! '" "' '''''
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trude four da ighters, 1 tii
Misses K x' 1 Rh md 1 .-1i.it>
;i11j ,\. el 1 broth* r and
, ,ter Mrs Hull) I "'" I Sen -
\ 11 Beyer Puneral
1
MRS. FR'EOA G1R-INKEL
-1 ,.| 7 ij [j .-, n Miami ach
died Vun 14 Sh -e six years
11. ,, v ,- vas a
and
rung > 'rviving

sisters, in-
.-:-
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mth
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gu; 4 sister. M :
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ivvrsid ilemorla 1 x
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN TH-: COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY.
FLORIOA IN =>ROB*T
No- 53413-A
in RK: Bstate of
,-h .-. -' : S \ i:;:n>' v,
1.......- 1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
]-,-, \ 1 redlt.irt nd A Persons
inn ciali nan Against -' '
Estati
y,, b) itlfl d ind req 1 r
,.,i ., p ''.aims md d--
.,,. which "'I ma> ha< is
. \ KI.KN
m:\- n Ii eased I if idi
..;... lllSl '
!., 1 c i nd I
. Count)
... : ..,-.-
nonths fro
rirsl pub Icatlon h t >r -..m- will be b 1 rred
K M'.l. Hi m.i- > 1 Istral
b) Hern .ml'-- rne
H. T
CAIN i Mtor
ma '
1
8
-, -.
: I
Mi.-inil : 1 1
i/23, 9/1-8- .'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME i_AW
. ha<
I 1 11
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oMMBHCK 'MKNTH id
., the 1 the Ir-
'oort 1 : 'ou i-'i irida
MK1 ER KRI v8 and
KANNV1 M \>. ins wifo
-. .,\i
\ 1 in for Me] I 1 'kaa
: 1-15
HOUSEKEEPER
rttotherless Jewish Home
3 T;j.ij9' CSI.dren. R3om-3oird-Sjl*ry.
1921 S. W. 83rd AVE.
Cil! Sunday after 12 00 Noon
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE. COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
No. 53674-C
IN iti: Efiatate ..f
CLARA .1. LOCKWOOD
Deceased.
NOT CE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor*, and All Persons Hav-
Ing Claims or iemanUs Against Bald
Bstate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands whii-h >: ma) have against
the estate of CLARA .1 LWKWOOD
,1... ised late o* Dade County, nor-
ida. to the County Judges of Dade
County, and We the same In their
offices in th- Count:. Courthouse In
Dade County. Florida, within six
calendar months from-tin- date of the
lii-st publication hereof, or the same
will be barred.
First publication of this notice on
the (5th da) of AuKi'-t. ::'6i
At.MA E. tatk, as Kxecutrhi of
the Estate of CLARA J LOCK-
Wi 1. M >, deceased.
LEONARD J. KAI.ISH
Attorney
U29 duPont Building
Miami 32, i-'iorida
8/25. ft/1-*-15
N }T C : I NOER
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
N..-1-i. : I'.IVKN
'
-.
'
1 la
IA > u
- 1
-.. % .. .- I :
\ fs for J.......
S/M. 9/1-8
in the c.rcuit court of th*
I1TH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT iN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY.
N> 61C 8306
NETTIE BERHARDT
Plaintiff
HKI.I.Ml I'll BERNHARDT
Defendant
NOTICE BY PU3LICATION
TO IIKI.1..NM I'll I'.KRNHARIM-
1 defendant
177 Itoute 804
New CM\, New York
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIPIBD thai
a Complaint for Divorce has 1.....n
fl!eM against you, and you are hereb)
required to serve cop) of > mr an-
swer on the Plaintiff's ittorney,
DONALD K FROST, 10S3 Dunont
Building, Miami 32, k orlda, and fil-
th- original mswer in th- office
ih- Clerk of th- Circuit Court on or
l.ef.,re the ISth da) of September.
1981, or th- allegations n be taken
as confessed against >u
1>ATED at Mi-imi. Dade
blorida, tins Uth day of August, 1961
Il II. LKATHKRMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(seal) By: H. H LAN WAY
fieputy Clerk
8/18-2... 9/1-ti
IN THE COUNTV JIJOGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DOE COUNTY.
FLO^'TA 1*. PR33ATE
No. 53298 A
IN RE El .' o*
M VRV LBV -a H
tj
NOT CE TO CRED'TORS
v ...iv. rTnv-
tiniH or Demands Aga si SAld
Ifle I ind -.....1
iv I igalnni
..- M \;:" NE I le
liti 1 .... pi da
11
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IN TM= CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
El.EVE.NTH JUOIC!AL C RC'JT OF
FLORID*. IN AND "OR OAOE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No 61C 3845
ARTHl'R K i.cviNi;
Plalnl ff,
\ -
\NI IREA R l-KVINK
1 lefendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: AN'MtKA R I.KVINK
Mailing Address ttener-il Delivery
New York City, N.Y
YOI' AUK HKRKBY NOTIKBB that
a Complaint for Divorce has been
filed igalnsi you and ) iu ire hereby
1 to ier\ e .1 (. op) of your
Answer or other defensive pleadings
to the Compliint on the Plaintiffs
Attorneys, PAUNCB, kink A FOR-
MAN, 1502 Congress Building, Miami,
Florida, and file the iriglnal thereof
In the office of 'he cierk of the above
on or before the 18th
day of September. i96i. otherwise the
laid Complaint win be taken aa >">-
1 bj you
DATED this I Ith d i) of August,
161
1:. B LEATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Co
ifcuie County, KI-irida
(seal) By: K. H LANW a v.
IH-uut) Clerk
S/18-2J, 9/1-1


Page 8-B
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Friday, August 25
L
i
TfHcr m> cowmit MvamoM thc outhodox Vaao HAKASHMtM Of HMMtA *
i m n**c "" ,vc*''
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.
1st DAY
TISHRA
11th DAY
of
SEPTEMBER
WE URGE YOU TO SHOP EARLY for this JOYOUS and SPIRITUAL HOLIDAY
. SHOPPING IS ALWAYS A PLEASURE WHEN YOU VISIT FOOD FAI
KOSHER MARKETS, WHERE YOU MAY CHOOSE FROM THE MOST COMPLETE
AND VARIED SELECTION OF KOSHER MEAT & POULTRY IN THE SOUTH!
NOW SIX KOSHER MEAT STORES
WE SELL
ONLY
U.S. CHOJCE
AND
U.S. PRIME
GOVERNMENT
GRADED
KOSHER
\AEAT & POULTRY
chicken parts j Genuine Capons, Pullets,
Breaste, Thighs, Wings, Backs I Broilers and Fryers,

Ch'cken Fat, Chicken Livers j Individual Squab Broilers
& ALL KOSHER MADE! READY~F0R THE PAN!
MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD FAIR


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
<.,. '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. -,./ { 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
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refreshments will be served at the
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day evening at the Thunderbird mo-
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Page 10-A +Jenisf ftcrsdttair Friday, August 25, 13B1 Samuel T. Sapiro, president of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital (with pointer), contemplates the happy prospect of opening the Abe Aronovitz Memorial Pavilion by Rosh Hashona as board chairman Stanley C. Myers (left), Fred Rosenzweig, and Col. Nat Rood, Cedars trustee, look on. When completed, the pavilion will encompass the fourth floor of Cedars and be devoted to study and treatment of heart diseases. The S4,500.000 non-sectarian hospital is the newest addition to Miami's Metropolitan Medical Center, and will ultimately offer 282 beds for the care of the ill of all faiths. Smouha Family, Victims Of UAR, Get Compensation LONDON iJTA) — The British Foreign Compensation Commission, alter a five-day hearing, awarded E£3.106.516 (S3.698.244i this week to the Smouha family for the holdings established by the family in Egypt which was expropriated by Nasser during the 1956 Seuz crisis. The family had tiled a claim for E£ 12.000.000 (S33.600.000) for the property, known as Smouha Island, comprising one-sixth of Alexandria. The district had been built up by Joseph Shouha. a Manchester businessman, who went to Egypt on a mission for the British Government and remained to crea'.e a fortune on land reclaimed by draining two lakes. Ellis Smouha tiled the claim for himself and 13 relatives, but about 50 members of the family will benefit from the award It was brought out at the hearing that the late King Faud had given the title of "Smouha City" to the property, which includes a racing course, a village, dwellings, offices and motion picture theaterWhen Nasser "nationalized" the area, his government offered only 1.000.000 pounds compensation, contending that the area was only agricultural land. The funds for the award to the Smouha family came from an agreement under which the Nasser regime agreed to pay 27.500.000 pounds ($75,600.000) for nationalized British property. Emanu-E! Schools Slate Openings Temple Emanu El r li school h:i been en for the tali sen part merits of 'ram, which begins on T %  .<. Formal registration oi chi] iving above 4ist ?:. will be cmducted at the Temple's North Branch bldg.. 77ih si. ar.i Dicker.* ave on Monday and Tuesday evenings, Aug 28 and 29. beginning at 7:30 p.m. Registration I r children below that an ike place al the Main Schoi 1 bldg., L7th St, and James ave.. on W y and Thursday evenings, Aug :-: 31. Only those parents children have not ye are required to be on hand. The synagogue's -^.lool program begins at the three and four-yearold level, with a nursery schjol under the supervision of Mrs Naomi B. Brandeis. Following nur.-ery school, the Foundation School provides a Hebrew and secular education for children in kindergarten through fourth grade The Foundation School is an allday program featuring personalized, individual instruction, a curriculum which includes Hebrewreading, writing and conversation, observation and participation in Jewish customs, holidays and cereI monies, as well as a complete curriculum approved by the Dade 1 County Board of Public Instruction. Temple Emanu-El religious school is under the personal superj vision of Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of the congregaI tion. In addition to the nursery 1 and Foundation School, there are Sunday schools. Hebrew schools, a confirmation program. Bar and Baa Mitzvah instruction, and a Hebrew High School. The Temple also offers a youth activties program, as well as Junior Congregation services on the Sabbath and Holy Days for children of its members. Hanna Senesch Hadassah Hanna Senesch group of Hadassah will hold its first meeting of the season at the Deauville hotel on Monday at 12:30. A card party will follow the meeting. Mrs. Eva Blum president FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH CENTER 50 N.W. 51st PLACE HI 4-6547 REGISTRATION BEGINS SUNDAY AUGUST 27th, 9 A.M. Our Hebrew and Sunday School is Accredited by the Bureau of Jewish Education LICENSED TEACHERS REASONABLE TUITION SAM HOLLANDER President ROBERT BROWN, Religious Chairmen Board of Education THE UNION OF AMERICAN HEBREW CONGREGATIONS CORDIALLY INVITES YOU TO JOIN ONE OF ITS AFFILIATED REFORM OR LI3ERAL TEMPLES IN THE GREATER MIAMI AREA. TEMPLE SINAI 12100 N.E. 15th AVENUE, NORTH MIAMI Intjr Broad Causeway and Biscayne Blvd ) — PL 4-0681 Worship Sunday and Hebrew School—Adult Education Sis'erhood Brotherhood—Youth Groups Nursery School Kindergarten—Social Activities DP. BENNO M WAUACH Rabbi Chet Gale. Cantor Dr 1. D. Bernstein, Director o* Religious Education TEMPLE JUDEA 320 PALERMO AVENUE, CORAl GABISS Nursery School — Relig.ous School Hebrew Education — Youth Activ •-s MOROECAI POOET RJOOSHERWIN LEVINE Cantor HI 4-9876 Hialeah Reform Jewish Congregation 555 W. 49th STREET, HIAIEAH Vi 'I: IM" >RM \ PIi i.N • •!. i\Call Our Btcrotary, V %  ; Ear-a W ssr' TU 7-8526 TU 8-2806 HEBREW SCHOOl 5 SCHOOL DR MARIUS RANSON. Rabb. TEMPLE BETH SH0L0M 4144 CHASE AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH flKLIOIOt'fl SCHOOL ::! %  : %  ; i.-':'i:\T''i\ I Numwj throug li • %  Call Temple office JE 8-723? r.n infoi %  BETH SHOLOM FAMILY PLAN LEON KRONISH Rabbi TMPLE BETH AM 5950 N KENDALL DRIVE, SOUTH MIAMI :hool i :o' %  %  HEPEE -BAOVGS.FD CHARLES H C i r -. MO 6-2536 R DAV'D CONVISER Cantor TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MIAMI 137 N.E. 19th STREET, MIAMI DR. JOSEPH R NAROT. F Serv zei every c .-idav evening a 8:15 o'clock For Tempi* affiliation and information CJ" F? M7$7 ku. HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES Congregation Beth El 500 S.W. 17th AVENUE, MIAMI Has Recently Been Completely Air-Conditioned Ssrvices will be Conducted and Chanted b/ cur distinguished KAKKI SOLOMON SCHIFF PHILIP BERKOWITZ. President. the RABBI, and ABRAHAM CHIEL. Vice President HYMAN CHABNER. Treasurer, MRS. IEANNE ROTENBERG, Secretary. and DIRECTORS of the CONGREGATION EXTEND TO THEIR MEMBERS AND FRIENDS BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY, HEALTHY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR iznrn n: u nsrft En'\oy Individual Soft Opera Seats Free nt Str/fcfl lor small children while parents are praying • Free Junior Services lot Children ages 6 to 13 thoiev > :f ; Still Available: UET YOWJBS \OW! Membership in our Congregation offers many advantages for you your children and entire family JOIN NOW AND BENEFIT! FOR FURTHER INFORMATION Call IK


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Pago 12-A %  knkU fh r H, tr Friday. August 25, ljeil 11,000 Children Preparing to Return to Classes in So. Florida Jewish Schools Over 11,000 Jewish children are expected to register in the 40 Jewish schools of Dade and Broward counties for the school terra 196162. Jewish schools ,are now ioup/1 in all neighborhoods of Greater.Miami and Hollywood. Registration of Jewish schools will take place Aug. 27 to Sept. 10. with first sessions in the Hebrew Departments scheduled lor Tuesday. Sept. 5, and first sessions in the one-day-a-v eek departments scheduled for Sunday, Sept. 10. CANTOR SEfMOUR HINKES — — %  %  i... at TEMPLE ZAMORA "CORAL GABLES' ONLY CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION" PROUDLY ANNOUNCES HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES WILL BE CONDUCTED BY RABBI B. LEON HURWiTZ ASSISTED BY CANTOPS SEYMOUR HINKES and RUDOLPH BRILL COME ENJOY INSPIRiNG AND REVERENT SERVICES IN OUR MAGNIFICENT TEMPLE • 500 fOFT OPERA SEATS • MODERN SOUND SYSTEM • SUPERVISED JR. SERVICES • ENCLOSED RECREAT.ON PATIO ALL RESIDENTS OF GABLES AND SOUTHWEST MIAMI ARE INVITED TO SERVICES 200 SEATS ONLY $10 Ea. TEMPLE ZAMORA 44 ZAMORA AVENUE CORAL GABLES GORDON FUNERAL HOME FR 3-3431 FRsnklin 9 1436 710 S.W. 17th Avenue Miami, Fla. HARRY GORDON PRESIDENT IKE GORDON fUNEKAl DIRECTOR Directory of the Bureau of Jewish Education includes the lollow| ing schools. Adath Yishurun. 1025 NE 183rd st ; BethJ)avid CqnyregaUpn. 26?5 SW 3rd ave.; Beth El Congregation, 500 SW 17th ave.; Beth Einein LOIII gregation. 12250 NW 2nd ave.; Beth Israel Congregation, 711-40th st.; j Beih Jacob Congregation. 311 Washington ave.; Beth Kodesn, 11551 Quail Roost dr.; Beth Torah Con! gregation. 1051 No. Miami Bcac^ j blvd.; Congregation Y e h u d a h JMoshe, 13630 W. Dixie hwy.; Coral Way Jewish Center. 8755 SW 16th St.; Dade Heights Jewish Congregation, 1401 NW 183rd -t. Farband School. 1534 Washington ave.; Flakier-Granada Jewish Center, 50 NW 51si pi.; Hebrew Acadenij. 918-6th St.; Hieleah Reform, 1150 W. 68th st.; Israelite Center, l 3 198 SW 24th ter.; Kncseth Israel, I 1415 Euclid ave.; .Miami Hebrew 'School. HO] sw 12th ave.;. South i Broward Jewish Community Center. W. Hollywood; Southwest Jewish Center. 6433 SW 8th st.; Temple Beth Am. 5950 N. K-ndall dr.; Temple Beth El, 1351 S. 14th ave.; Hollywood. Temple B'nai Sholem. 16800 NW 22nd ave.; Temple Beth Sholem. 1725 .Monroe st.. Hollywood; Temple Beth Sholom. 4144 Chase ave.; 1 Temple Emanu-EI. 1701 Washing ton ave.; Temple Beth Shiran, 11539 So. Dixie hwy.; Temple Israel, 137 NE 19th st.; Temple Judea. 320 Palermo ave.; Temple Menorah. 62075th st.; Temple Ner Tami.:. 7902 Carlyle ave.; Temple Sinai, of North .Miami, 12100 NE 15th ave.; Temple Sinai, 1201 Johnson st.. Hollywood; Temple Zamora. 44 Zamora ave.; Temple Zion. 5720 SW 17th st.; Tilereth Israel. 65O0 N Miami ave.; Tilereth 1 Jacob, 951 E. Flamingo Way; Workmen's Circle. 1545 SW 3rd St.; Young Israel of Greater Miami. 990 NE 171st st. The Bureau's Central Hebrew School will open on Sept. 13. The High School is now registering graduates oi the junior high de-' partments in the local Hebrew schools. Details and further inlormation about all schools are available by writing or phoning the Bureau at 135 NW 3rd ave.. Miami. M. A. !5;..>kin >> president of the Bureau, Louis .Schuaiumiin is executive director. CONGREGATION ANSHE EMES 2533 S.W. 19th Ave. Worship with us in a Meiodiouv Meaningful and Truly Heartwarming Service. S10 a Seat TICKETS ON SALE 6 to 8 P.M. Daily Cantor Bernstein At Miami Hebrew Cantor Fred Bernstein will render the musical portions of the liturgy during the High Holy Day services at Miami Hebrew Congregation. During the past two years Cantor Bcrns'eJn had conducted ser-, vices at FJagler-Granada Jewish J Center. Pricr to that, Beth Elj Congregation for five years. Rabbi David Rosenfeld, spiritual leader, will deliver the sermons and officiate. Reservation are now being accepted daily from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., 1 and Friday.and Sundays, 9 a.m. i to noon, in the air-conditioned social hall. PAIMER CANTOR (RED BERNSTEIN Stepped-Up Program Set Dade Heights Installation Officers i nd board members of Dade Heights Jewish Congregation will be installed Saturday night. An orchestra will furnish the music for dancing, and refreshments will be served following the ceremonv Registration in Hebrew and Sunday school ;.i Miami Hebrew Con' gregation is being held Monday through ursdays from 9 a.m. to .") p.m.. Slid Fridays and Sundays fron 9 i • 12 noon. Under • leadership of Rabbi Lionel ;< man, new educational director .: n d a staff of licensed rized by the Bureau it Education a stepped-up program is in ing planned. %  'Mimmis Only JtMtf Monvminl Builder i" SID H. PAI MI Exclusive Dealer "ROCK OF AGES" FAMILY MEMORIALS To liv* in Heartt W Lev Behini Is to Uva Forevar. ,^iT^ jTBjra Scheduled Unveilings SUNDAY, AU3 27. 1961 "Eternal light" TEMPLE NER TAMID THE ONLY MODERN TRADITIONAL CONGREGATION ON MIAMI BEACH Invites you to become a member and enjoy the HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES of the beautiful air conditioned Main Sanctuary RABBI EUGENE LAB0VITZ & CANTOR SAMUEL GOMBERG officiating Accompanied by a Professional Choir JOSEPH SCHREI3MAN, Director MEMBERSHIP DUES $100, $120 and S150 WHICH INCLUDES TWO HIGH HOLIDAY TiCKETS AND FREE TU5TI0.-J IN OUR HEBREW AND SUNDAY SCHOOLS. Nursery School also available at a -.ominal fee. 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Pcge 6-B Jewish ncridi&r) Friday, August 25, 1961 As a gift to subscribers, The Jewish Floridian will present free for the as..ng a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah. Requests should be addressed to "Corsage for You,'' P.O. Box 2973, Miami 1, Fla., one month in advance. Include the name of the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and piace of the ceremony, ho^e address and telephone number. The corsage will be forwarded to you courtesy of Blackstone Flower Shops in time tor me occasion. Saul Silverman Leon Pollack Icon Allen. SOU <>l Mr and Mrs. Nat Pollack. 8(iio s\v 20th si M ill bet ome Bar Mitzvah Sati rd : \\xg 26, at the Coi. %  ay Jewish < enter Leon is i si ;il ; %  H til"' w A( I to reading thi tire weekly | the Haftorah, Leoi ii the Musal service. His m antor Joseph Pollack, will h • the Schachris sen ice. Rabbi Si \ i -1 %  will offU i ;i and reception will lol low the sen i< es, Kiddush will be hosted by Marc's parents at the conclusion ol the ceremony. Saul Silverman Temple Tifercth Jacob ir. Ilia will be the site ol the Bar Mitzol Saul Herchel, son <>t Mr and Mrs. Leon Silverman. a n d grandson ol Mrs. Supine Rosenthai, during sen ici s Saturdaj morning \ Saul ian honor studenl at Miami Sprii lui ior High, and will enter his second year at Hebrew High in the rail. officiaU. m\ i\ i ,ii Carole Goldberg Howard" Konofsky Henry Seidert Leon Pollack Marc Novell Bar Mitzvah ii Marc, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Novell, will be ol,s( r\v<\ during Saturday morning services. Aug. 26. at Congregation Vehii'lah Moshe. Rabbi SI idon ii Steinmetz will officiate, and Jerry Ashman. \ ice president, will present the Bar Mitzvah with a Bible and prayerbook. Marc is a student at North Miami Beach Junior High and Popicl religious school. Rabbi Leo llemi wil Henry Seiden Henry Murray, son of Mrs. Simon Seiden, will be Bar Mitzvah luring services at t h e Israelite Center on Saturday morning, Aug. 26. Kiddush in his honor will be held at the conclusion of the ceremony. Rabbi Morton Malavsky will officiate. Howard Konefsky Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate : Hendrik Berns To be Speaker Man's Natural Diet How many more limes will many lead us into war? (ler This question will be posed by Hei Irick J Berns. newspaperman, commentator and lecturer, at a forum on the tense B< in situation tins Sunday, 9 p.m., in the Harlequin room ol the Corillon hotel. The forum on Berlin will be the Hri I n a continuing Sundaj Beries at Ihe hotel by Berns on important Issues of the day. The public is invited. A noted loreign affairs analyst, B*ri was bureau chief lor the otfice of war information in London and L m i ibourg during World v.. II, He is currently on the edi torial stall ol the Miami News, 'The natural diet of man" will be the topic ol the lecture by Dr. Abraham Wolfson, author of'The Road to Health and Happier Living, on Tuesday, 8 a.m.. on the 8th st. beach, following Charles Siegel's exercising class. A quespri/.e winning i. ,. .. 7. tion and answer period will follow. Federated Income Up Alfred H Daniels, president of Burdine's, a division of Federated Department stores, announced this week a 20.1 percent increase i" Federated's net income on a 6.7 percent increase in sales during the second quarter ol fiscal 1961. Earnings per .-hare in the quarter uric 30 cents against 25 cents a year ago. Second quarter earnings per share, net income and .-ales represented all-time secondperiod highs for the company K: NATIONALLY FAMOUS THE FABULOUS ZEIGER 1 FOR 50 YEARS { KOSHER CUISINE! 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Howard is an eighth grade studenl at North Miami Junior High and attends the congregation's He school. He studies piano and lenor saxophone, and collects stamps. Following services, Mr. and Mrs. Konefsky will sponsor the Kiddush, and on Sundaj afternoon, a recep lion in honor of their son will be held at ihe Deauvillc hotel. • Steven Mankes Bar Mitzvah ol Steven, son of Mr and Mrs. Irving Mankes. will he observed at Temple Ner Tamid on j Saturday morning. Aug. 26, with Rabbi Eugene Labovitz officiating. Steven ig a student at Nautilus Junior High and the Temple's re I ligiou s Bchool, mmmmmm mmm %  %  % % %  %  A reception in his honor will lollow services, • Carole Goldberg Saturday morning services. Aug. 26, at Temple Judea will include the Bas Mitzvah of Carole Joy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A I)a( vid Goldberg, and granddaughter Ol Mr. and Mrs. Philip Schulman, Rabbi Morlecai Podei will officiate. 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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


iday. August 18. 1931
fJenisti fhridUar
Page 7-A
_*

^KaR
ft w
I ft. 5 801
fl '^Kflfj^$j
filiil
lHJpEr Hro ^^ r:"
jymonc Rubin (left). Miami Beach philanthropist, is con-
fatulatec by Gabriel Heatter (center), noted radio and tele-
sion news analyst, upon being the first donor of a room
the Mortimer May Dormitory at the Kfar Silver Agricultural
nning School maintained by the Zionist Organization of
aericc in Ashkelon. Israel. Right is Mortimer May, of Nash-
le Tenn., and Miami 3each, in whose honor the 42 districts
We Soir.heast region of the ZOA are constructing the dormi-
-. The Rubins recently received the first annual Kfar Sil-
Awcrd of the Zionist Organization of America in recogni-
>n of their past support and devotion to Kfar Silver. ________
l-Partisan Leaders to Address ZOA
invention on U.S. Policy in Mid-East
By Special Re>art
NKW YORKL-jj i^r-i of the
>JnocratK and Republican Parties
frill be amcng the main speakers
the plenary sessnns of the 6-lth
iu.il convention of the Zionist
Utilization of America due Aug.
|t> Sept 3. at the Waliorf-Astoria
fe.
C.S. policy in the Middle East,
p special emphass on Israel,
be tht principal trume of their
Iresses. cccordin.> to the tenta-
agenda made public by Harold
."armely. national ZOA conven-
chairn;an. Gov. N'elson A.
kkfeller. of New York State, is
k^dule.l ;.! a guest speaker at a
uor plenary session
[Dedicated to th* 13th anniver-
|ry of the State of Israel the
ning session will feature the ,
Lrticipation in special festivities
| a large group of children who
serve their Bar Mitxvah during
Israels Bar Mitxvah Year.
T ii e convention will also high-
jht a luncheon meeting of women
Negates and wives of delegates
to be held in the United Nations1
Building at which Mrs. Ogden Reid,
wife of the former U.S. Ambassa-
dor to Israel, will be guest of hon-
or. A briefing conference on UN
issues will follow, to be addressed
by Andrew Cordier, Uncer-Secre-
tary for General Assembly Affairs,
as well as other UN dignitaries.
The keynote to the discussions of
the crucial issues facing the Zion-
ist movement today will be sound-
ed in the presidential address at
| the opening session by ZOA presi-
i dent Max Bressler. who has just
; returned from Jerusalem, where
I he headed a large ZOA delegation
to the Israel Bond leaders confer-
ence and also conferred with top
Israeli leaders.
Metro to be Debated
Miami Board of Realtors monthly
dinner meeting will be held Tues-
day at t h e Dupont Plaza hotel.
Arthur H. Patten, jr.. and John B.
McLeod will debate the merits of
Metro government David P. Bis-
hop, jr. will serve as moderator.
Israel Must Make
Double Offer,
Rusk Declares
Continued from Paqe 1-A
the problem deserves our earnest
study at this time." He added
that reports that "we expect Is-
rael to receive Arabs In a manner
W in numbers to threaten her se-
curity are without foundation."
Mr. Rusk suggested that the
grant aid component in the U.S.
I assistance program for Israel
should be shifted to the loan cate-
i gory under the new "ad for inter-
national development" program.
| He noted that Irael had "an an-'
I nual growth rate of eight percent.!
a per capita income of something
more than SI.000 per annum, and
an ability to administer a techni-
cal assistance program of its own."
He said these developments
supported the view that U.S. aid
to Israel should now be provided
on the basis of loans and sur-
plus commodities "rather than
grants." He said exact pro-
grams had not yet been deter-
mined but he gave assurance
"this Administration has no in-
tention of reducing the volume."
Rep. Rooney replied that he did
not see how anyone could expect |
Israel to repatriate any substantial
number of Arabs in advance of a
peace settlement He said that the ;
UN resolution "which is always :
cited in this connection, clearly in-
tended that repatriation should
come in the context of peace ne- ,
gotiations. and as long as the Arab
| leaders refuse to negotiate with '.
! Israel and persist in threat of war.
1 it is most unlikely that Israel
would open its doors to potential
' enemies "
i
The Congressman added that "it
is wrong to foster the illusion in
i the minds of the Arab refugees
; that we really believe that the
primary and initial burden rests
\ on Israel and that we are indiffer-
ent to her security and survival.
If we persist in this line, the Arabs
will never be willing to accept any
resettlement. This would prove a
disservice to the best interests of
the refugees themselves and would |
make it necessary for us to con-
tinue the UNRWA appropriations
indefinitely a burden we have
; no right to impose on our tax-
payers without promise of pro-
gress."
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Friday. August 18. 1961
+Jmlsii Fhrkttati
Poge 5-A
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."
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President Kennedy made his
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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 Organi-
2i- on participating in a typical
Dual Services
At Beth Jacob
Eth Jacob Congregant- is
rently preparing for services dur-
t. the High Holy Days
U rris B. Frank, president, an-
- k that Beth Jacob
>' pen its chapel to worshippers
non-memberv 'The main
r. ,;m of the congregation is
already jus: about filled by Beth
' Frank explained.
Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiritual
leader, will officiate at services
both in the auditorium and cnap-
el.
rice Ms
!

gcgue. 1 v.. .
n< ier tie sei
ri
eider was
he Home for
tfa< gd. of Oakland. Cal
s.n-e- youth program, the or-
cj- zatlon's fourth annual Lead-
ership Training conference.
taO > spiritual
r : the Jewish Center of
ghts, as well as associ-
r of The Reconstruction-
. a consultant on adult Jew*
... -. for the United Syria-
- f America, said that wani-
ng! 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 CI3W|
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
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busj irselves with communal af- Herman Wetttraub. president
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But, he says, this is hardly the
full picture of American Jewish
life in the 1960s. "Jewish history
is not solely the chronicle of great
communities. It is also the story
o-f devoted individuals."
that Cantor Weiss will be ass.sted
by his family choir.
Dr. Isaac Ever, spiritual leader.
deliver the sermons and offici-
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Pag 10-A
fJenist FkriHsr
Friday, August 13, 1331
Sky
Pirates
By MAX LEANER
LEGAL NOTJCS
LEGAL NOT : =
LEGAL NOTICE
There ought to be red faces in Congre.. ^W*Z
J'?e7"'siro'..'overnm;nt; but'thus tar looks as if the Bcardens were Just
promoting something on their own. .
Vide from the sheer crazy drama of it. this aspect of the pirac>
attempt seems the most ominou? to me. If Castro is able to give a num-
ber ot eminent Congressmen and even Senators such jitters that the
lose their heads and shoot off their mouths before they have any of the
facts then he has his battle with the U.S. half won already.
Castro has no nuclear weapons. Someday the U.S. may get into a
ten-* feud with a nation that does, and with a dictator who has Castro s
endearing personality. Will the members of Congress cheer just as
lustily for an ultimatum and a declaration of war as they do now, and
with "just as little patience in waiting for the facts?
&. # -to
AS FOR THE HIJACKING itself, whatever its motivation may have
been the time has come to declare it for what it is piracy 1 agree
completely with Najeeb Halaby the FAA Administer, that is should
meet the same penalties as piracy on the high seas
The laws against piracv have always been drastic, like the laws
against highwaymen, and for a quite simple reason. If you allow law-
lessness on the routes which any age characteristically uses for travel
and commerce, then you paralyze the main arteries of communication.
What should be secure becomes incalculable.
\nv regime worth its salt must prevent the terrorism of the skies.
It isn't* a matter of the five million dollars the jet is worth, nor even a
matter of the struggle with Castro. One is trivial, the other will in time
pas* But the question of whether the air will be policed and safe from
piracy, or whether air passengers will be at the mercy of a man with a
whim or a missionadventurer, mercenary, or fanaticwill be with us
for some time.
What Castro did. by putting himself into the sky piracy business in
th.- name of h.s cause, was to get the idea of hijacking into the heads of
a lot of people who may be greedy or bitter or just unbalanced. I suspect
the Beardens are a little of all three.
_*,_ _e>_ -vv-
AS FOR THE CUBA PROBLEM, that is a bigger matter than the
hijacking of a plane, and should be treated as such. The action of
Wifredo Oquendo. who stole an Eastern Airlines Electra at gunpoint and
forced it to land in Havana, did Castro far more harm than good. It
took a man who has been strutting as martyr, leader, and savior of work-
ers and peasants and reduced him to a simple pirate. His stock with
his Latin-American friends fell far, and he had to make a melodramatic
gesture in offering to give the plane to the UN.
If Castro is to be dealt with effectively, it will not be (as some sug-
gest 1 by sending an occupation force to Cuba to reclaim the Electra. It
will be by letting him face the consequences of putting himself, as the
only self-propelled human satellite in history, into the power of the Rus-
sian;.
One of those consequences is to turn Cuba, ever more nakedly, into
a Soviet-model state and society. The creation of a monolithic party.
Communist-dominated, has been the latest move in this direction. Even
if he wished to. Castro could probably no longer turn back from the dark
bargain he has made with the Communists.
There have been recent signs that he may be getting disillusioned.
But no one can any longer save him. If he tries to break with the Com-
munists, they will kill him and try to fix the blame on the U.S.
A SECOND CONSEQUENCE is Cuban hunger. It is a fearsome thing
to watch an island of fishermen with no fish to eat, an island of peasants i
with no meat. eggs, fruit, butter. This is the promised land filled with
milk and honey which Castro and his American apologists have hailed
as a triumph of Socialist collective will.
But Castro has chosen to make war on the hemisphere, and there is
nothing the U.S. can do now except let the Cuban people face the conse-
quences of hunger, while Castro uses their resources for tanks They
may in time know what decision to make about him. He will overreach
himself, for he has the madness of the overreacher in him. When he
doe-, in a major way, it will be time enough for the Americans to help
the Cuban people get rid of him.
Goldmann Reports Austria Jews
Willing to OK Restitution Plan
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
J.uish Agency executive convened
here this week under the chairman-
ship of Dr. Nahum Goldmann to
hear a report on the results of his
in nations with the Vienna Gov-
ernment on restitution to Austrian
victims of Nazi persecution. Dr.,
Goldmann noted that the over-
whelming majority of organiza-
tions of Jews of Austrian origin'
had accepted the agreement with
the Austrian Government feeling
that it was the best that could have,
been achieved.
Dr. Goldmann also announced,
that there were good chances 'hat
the Swiss Parliament would pass
a law enabling receipt by Jewish
organizations of bank accounts de-
posited in Switzerland by European
Jews before the Second World War
and in the early years of the war,
and which became heirless proper-
ty when the owners fel! victim to
Nazi persecution.
He said such a law would prob-
ably release those accounts which
have been inactive since 1940 The
Jewish leader also reported on an
agreement reached with the West
German Finance Ministry over the
payment of compensation to those
Jewish victim- of Nazi-m who left
Eastern Europe after 1953.
The executive also discussed the
situation of the Zionist organiza-
tion of France It was decided to
make an effort to establish a broad
confederation of all Zionist partic-
and non-Zionist organizations in
France. A foundation conference
for such a confederation will be
held in Paris m the near future.
NOT.CE BY P-S- CAT C'i
IS THE C'RC. SOURT :- THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ~ I- C-F
FLORIOi IN *N- r03 :-i3<
COLN"r> IN CHANCERY,
N I1C
WII.I.IA.V
I
HEKTA >ECK
1'. fendam
SUIT FOR 01 vor: -
TO HERTA BOECK
:: .1
N.-u i r muw Ick. N
i i are hereby no'
, 1 laln't for I
tiled igalnst > u, ind
quired I el
,: to the !' !'
1. -!.. ilntlfl Atl 'ANIEL
L. OILMAN, S.E
\ pth M ami I til
;inal Answer II ng .
?
fore 1 la)
August I II >u I lo 10
[ell
tgalnsl '
In th* Bill of
- shall
each week for four ms live wi.-
in Till: JEWISH FLORI1 AN
DONE AND 1 >RI >ER it Ml iml
la, thia .'mi day of July, AD
E. B. WEATHERMAN. Clerk
1 'i:. tit Coui t, 1 >ade Count FI01 da
(all B) WM W ST ICKINO,
] ; It) C
DANIEL I. OILMAN
114" N.E ISSrd Street
N. Miami Beat h, Fla wi 5-6
: .- i-n-t*
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 7783
JAC ZAt'HER.
Plaintiff.
AUGUSTA SMITH ZAUBER
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO AL'QUSTA SMITH ZAL'BER
r.OO Deal Lake Drive,
Asbury Park, Sew '- -
You AUGUSTA SMITH ZAL'BER.
"."" I>- ;ii Lake Drive, Asbury Park.
New Jersey, are hereto n tiffed that
1 'omplaint for Divorce has
filed ag i Insi you, and i re re
quired tii serve i i pj of your An-
swei or Pleading to th.- lint on
th^ plaintiff's Atl irney, STONE AND
RITTKI.. :'."" Industr kl Nal
Bank Bids., Miami, Florida, and file
the Iglnal Answ ng in
the office of the Clerk ol the Circuit
Court on >"" before the !9th da) of
August, 1M1 If yo 1 fall 1 do so,
judgment by default will be I
against you for the relief demanded
in th- Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED it Miami.
Florida, this 21st day of J ily, A.D.
1961
E. P. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Honda
(seal) By: WM. W. STOCKING,
ivpiin Clark
STONE AND ItlTTEL
3"."i Industrial National Hank Bl Ig
Miami 82, Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
7 28, 8/4-11-18
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 61C 7923
NEW YORK SAVINGS BANK
cm poral Ion exisi Ing und iws
of tli^ State of Sea York,
Plaintiff,
vs.
GARY KENT GARDNER \
Defendant -
NOTICE OF SUIT
T< I GARY KENT GARDNE : in I
BETTY J< lYCE CIARDN
ii: 8 W. Ith Street
Charlotte. North Ca
Vor ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a suit has ben brought igalnsl
by NEW YORK SAVINGS BANK, in
th.- above-entitled Court, to foreclose
a mortgage encumbering the follow-
ing described property, to-wit:
Lol 28, Block 1-'. CAROL CITT
GARDENS, according to the plat
thereof, recorded In Plat Book *.
at page 131, of the public records
of Da le Cc untj. F rida
and you are req i file your
answer with the Clerk ol the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida, at the
Courthouse in Miami, Flo* la, on or
befoce August 28, 1961, and t.> serve
a copy "f such answer upon i>\vn>
P CATSMAN, Plaintiff-- attorney,
whose address i- nth Fl...>r at tot
Eas| Flagler Street, Miami 32, Flor-
ida, on or before .i.i date, a.
quired b) the Laws of Florida. If
you fall to do so, the complaint will
!- taken as confessed b) you and a
Decree Pro Confesso ili be entered
list you for the relief d-manded
in th.- complaint.
DATED th i 25th day of July t.'Sl
E B LEATHERMAN Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade Count). Floi
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DAVID P CATSMAN
14lh Floor at I"! i: || *t
Miami 32, Florida
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North M ami, Florid i
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THE CIRCUIT COURT OF J -
ELEVENTH JUT
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN ANO FOR OAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. SIC 7811
PATRIPIA A CAPIT '.- '.
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION OF
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T' ERNEST CA PITOLO l-l 17
LCP Dlv. II
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YOU ERNEST CAPITOLO ire here-
by notified thai i I if C >mi
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ind you I to serve a
Inswer ir Pie iding to
the Bill if ''"'i >la ni >n the >lalni -
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file u nal Answer i i1 i ling
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if August 1961 to do bo,
j i Igment b) lefault wll iken
i for I relief dera in le i
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Thi.- notice shall he published once
i h -.1 eek for four < onse -u'i\ h
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
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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
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ed i.. present an)
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.f IRVING PORITZ1 ,-..i
Utte ol Dade County, PI .
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MARY POR
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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
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FRANK 8 PAFVMI
Defei ints
NOTICE OF S.I r
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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
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DATED this rth l iw if luly, I ;!
E H Ll CTHERMAN
Court, Dide C nl la
By: K M LYM w
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DAVI CATSMAN
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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.
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'N THE CIRCUIT COURT 0=- THK
ELEVENTH JUO ; A_C RCt tqf
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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
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DATED thia Isl d
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seal! B) M. CAVA "

DAVID P CATSM \ v-
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HOSPITALITY TOURS
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+Jenisti fhrkHar
Friday, August 18,
19G1
Cooking
Corner
G.
Bf-llin
When the thermometer soars and
appetites wilt, iced soups not only
rei ive the pleasure In food but add
necessary nourishment in a be-
guilin gl'ashion. Some, such as
borsht with potato and hard cooked
i are hearty enough to serve as
a light meal, others are delicate
and stimulating appetizers, while
those rich with cream and fruit
complete the meal as dessert.
Not too long ago making these
soups was a time consuming task,
involving hours of preparation and f
long cooking. Now. with all soils
ol canned and frozen foods, to lay'
iK.t.hing of soups already prepared,
it is a matter of minutes. Many
ol rhe canned soups usually served
hot are surprisingly good when
chilled. Both nourishing and ap-
pealing are canned Tomato Soup!
diluted with water, chilled, and
topped with a spoonful ol sour
cream; or Cream of Celery Soup
firs) heated with an equal quanity
ol milk, seasoned to taste with cur
rv powder, then chilled until icy
told.
Cool as an icicle a: Si as
Temple Menorcsh
Registration Open
Registration for the rel
school ot Temple Menorah i
held from Aug. 20 through \ g 27,
Maurice Revitz, president, an-
nounced this week.
The facilities ol the religi ius
s< loo] are free to the children
the members ol the congreg
Herzl Honor, director, has sa:d
(hat stafl members are certified
by the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion.
Under the supervision ol Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz. there is a
nursery school for children between
the ages of three to six. Sunday-
school. Hebrew school, and Hebrew
High School. Bar Mitzvah and con-
firmation classes are pait of the
program.
This year individual instruction
will be given to children of the
fourth and fifth grades to acceler-
ate then- study program, in addi-
tion to his regular class, each child
will meet individually with an as-
signed teacher, the rate of his pro-
gress to be determined by his abil-
ity to learn
Another forward step will be an
expanded third made to meet
every afternoon instead of the usu-
al three times weekly Those ses
siorts will be limited to chil Iren
who can quality, and are willing
to volunteer lor the additional
training,
free of calories is a Cucumber Soup
made in seconds in a blender or in
minutes it ground. In the blender
combine a large diced cucumber
with the seeiis removed, the diced
peel ol a fourth ol the cucumber, a
tablespoon minced white part of
stallion, and a can of undiluted
clear kosher chicken soup. Whirl
about l") seconds, until smooth. Or
mind the cucumber, the same
amount of peel and scallion as
above, until very fine, then com-
bine with the liquid. This makes
about 2'-j cups of a very thick soup
. Thin to the desired consistency
with more chicken soup which has
been diluted with an equal quantity
Of water. Chill and serve garnished
with chopped green scallion tops.
For those who like to experiment
with new i teas in food there is a
traditional Spanish soup called
Gazpacho. From the many varia-
tions, one with a bland flavor has
been selected for todays NCIDe
This too is smoothest made
blender, but may also be prepared
with a food minder. At serving
(time separate bowls ol diced veg
. etables and croutons are offered,
: to be added to the soup as each
diner prefers.
Spinach Borsht, Jiffy Method
1 to-oz. package chopped
frozen spinach
3 cups water
juice : -ion
2 tablespoons sugar
l e
'-. cup dairy sour cream
.-alt U) taste
Place the spinach and water in {
a saucepan Heat until the spin-
ach is defrosted. Add the lemon
juice and sugar, bring to a boil,
then cook gently for five minutes.
Cool. Beat the egg and sour cream I
together until smoothly blended.
Gradually stir into t h e spinach.
Add salt to taste and chill. If a
more tart* borsht is preferred, the
amount o( .-ugar may be reduced
to one tablespoon or omitted entire-
ly. 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 Ball1
Slated Sunday
Young Adult Friends of Israel the Zionist Organization of A n,.,.
. ica will be host to young men md
women of Greater Miami be
the ages of 21 and 35 at a "( ,,
pagne Ball" on Sunda>. B:30 i ,,,'
"in the Roulette room of the Moutc
Carlo hotel.
Music will be furnished by >vd
, Stanley and his orchestra, a-.
Combine the cucumber peel the evening wiU mcblde a dan
one diced pepper, three cups ol
I imat< the l u th br tad -.iked
in water, the olive oil at'd the tar- j"
ragon vinegar. Whirl half at a
I in a blender until sm KM b Or
grind the peel, green pepper, to-
test, champagne, and trophies, u
cording to Donald Kaplan, presi.
Members of the dance committee
include Paul Raymond, arrangi
ni'l
mate. garilc."'and""soatedr"bread Maril>'n Schw,r
fine, then add the olive oil and
vinegar. This makes about IW cuds
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ot a rather thick soup Thin to the |Joor; 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 Hi-
bowls. Place the remaining veg- ami will have a cocktail pa-*ty and
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,. in the Downstairs room of the Sv-
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served in the soup. This recipe Lou, Zeger and Mrs. George Va
makes 5 to 6" portions. german are in charge of tickets.
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[day. Aug ust 25 19S1 +Jewisf fhrHter Page 7-A Gcldmann in Review of World Jewish Affairs *r4 ice •feContinued from Pazt 1-A sa : d, was that freedom of emigration was practically denied to Jews in Morocco. Police 1 Organization — •"• • %  %  „of "in jtion" efl ts to apprehend former Xazis now biding i:: various countries around the w rid. Dr. Goldmann denied reports thai Jewish organization* have contacted Algerian rebel leaders HAROLD MIDLAND % % % % %  %  "neg itive effort," the report declared, "has hamperM •iie etloi'ts of. th*. W^st German. He emphasized that no plans ex.sl ,,,,,,,,„„„ toward bnngl ,„ ior any such direct contact Re tria] ;i „ St s b „ d ^ viewing the position taken by the rebel leaders on the future status .il Algerian .li wry in an independent Algeria, he expressed the hope ihat they would adopt toward the Algerian Jews the same position ,i> toward trench nationals, "allowing the .lews in Algeria to de..<:<• tor themselves what status iicy would like to have." Samuel Bronfman, %  size tion," he the North American exe is this t h e World Jewish Congress, ad dressed the delegates, lited ta;e> and t^iada "the younger leaders I Am .<. nrk oi our orgamzatn; II ither countries. Interpol's macson has given the Nazis still at large an unexpected sense of safely and. in tusn, may encourage them to make contacts with other Nazis and continue their abominable activities." larold Fried land 10 be Food Fair wthern Unit VP Harold Friedland has been apinted vice president of Food Fair re-. Inc. in charge of the SouthPivision. The announcement The conference was presented with a report prepared by the WJC political department on the present -ituation of the Jews in the Soviet Union. The report said that the situation "remains acute and difficult." It noted that some progress has been made recently in the field of Jewish culture, but The report pointed OUt that Interpol's "failure to act on Nazi criminals is based on a constitutional prohibition against the organization's intervention in matters having a military, political or religious character" The rap porteur>. however, insisted that "the murder of 6.000.000 Jews by Nazi war criminals can not DOSiibly fall within the scope of such Jewry Poinfng out thaf North American Jewry new is "the largest and potentially the most inf.uential in tre history of oor people," Mr. Bronfman declared that "history charges os with the high, sacred duty, commensurate with our size and v'gor. North American Jewry, he stated, must "marshal its forces in close cooperation with many otner countries, which can best be done through the network of a stronger World Jewish Congress." | a limitation on Interpol's function."' stressed that "there is a painful The rcport d ^ fhat n absence of any improvement inL revlew its u in hls re made by Louis Stein, president the general conditions under which and 1§t-||a| ne $earcn fof the Jews live ,n the Soviet Union., Nazi WM cnminals .„„ at large _.. The report emphasized that there retail food chain edland joined Food ic I...-........i are serious shortages ot prayer.is a trainee. Hi has served „ f ; .. books and ritua obiects, and that huver. merchandiser, store ,. ... „i the most important issue as far as supervisr. assistant „ • j ...„ Fair i 1 as ope ition> sup ibra.vh manager ar 1 director of store operations F>r the past fear he served as director of store srations for the Southern Divi>n. Israelite Center Plans New Term Israelite Center religious school registration is now in progress Sunday through Thursday. Rabbi Morton Malavsky, principal of the school, announces that rgest supermarket chain, at presin Cuba unr j er the Castro regime, classes have been formed to acoperates 13*; supermarkets in "Careful scrutiny." the report said, commodate students beginning with •rida I'nder Fnedland's direc. na8 not been aD i e to uncover any first grade through post-confirmaD the chain has accelerated exanti-Semitism whatever in Cuba. tion. ision plans for existing stores m tne con trary. we are satisfied i for acquiring new sites for the that thc re g,me in power is deter•lopment of Food Fair supern ,i net ] t o suppress any form of racial discrimination." Food Fair, the nation's sixth Russian Jewry is concerned was "their enforced separation from their brethren abroad — from their relatives and friends in Israel and in other countries." Another section of the report dealt with the situation of the Jews irkets to keep s;ep with the wth and potential of the area. )ther expansion plans for Food Stores include entry into the ki tood field. Lehman in fteporf fifiX meeting of th? Perfect CirTemple Emanu-El's group of yotng married couples, will be at thc home of Mr. and Mrs Irnard Plotkin, 1475 Marseille Miami Beach, oa Monday eveig Dr. Irving Lehrman will ssent an on-the-spot report from ope. having just returned from re thi> week. However, the report noted in regard to Cuba, the social and economic changes in that country "have resulted in a complete transformation of the economic foundation upon which the Jewish community rests. As a result, it is no longer possible for thorn to maintain their institutions and services which had formerly baen financed by members of the community. A large proportion of Cuban Jewry, once totaling about 10,000, has left the island." Bernard I Gelbert and Mrs Phillip Ruhman. co-chairmen of the board of education, also announce that the classrooms of the religious school have been comThe report disagreed sharply j pletely air conditioned for the com. with the policies of Interpol—the 1 fort of students. :rc n! c 6 IPX" til h ver they ar. thr il then they can concentral in '"• %  progress of their own res • •• community activities." The Israelite Center religious school is affiliated with the Bureau ot Jewish Education of Grea'er Miami and has on its staff accredit-1 ed teachers. Youth program will again be under the direction of Ronald Katz. A threefold program is planned for three groups of various ages—a junior, intermediate and a senior group. The program includes religious, educational and social phases. 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jay, August 25. 1961 fJcnisti fhridliagi Page 13-A SAYINGS-01 FATHERS CM-A %  • tBeyt a"" 1 1 "'• v0 r Telat,oni .i \hr ruhnu pover; for the) ". fcaexwo" il "'• %  "" utn e r | I ,/,,. except for their own interL, tppearintM fnends when it is lh „, r-vn adiitav ey stand L. .... j man in tl s hour .>/ hii kd ... Hr used to sty, The more flesh *< not % %  • %  %  % %  more P ro[ I |n-. rhr more anxiety; the more I • u ilcncm/ithe I [ ike more lewdI M lerveuitf, the th more Torah. the ichoolfng, trie %  counsel the (he more char %  He uliu htu ; :as acquired i acquired Torah h < •-. of I 'tradition |i He used to il much Tort to tl %  •. creal • bt^ll" 31Q3 D*TI 138 •i : --: : -T T b -13 0713 ^y ji3?3 |;:i ifyf psf g ^IQ .rviav B^tll DTD *?# Pin ]13^ wxrtftf 13 ar inx ^D T V T :138SS? D8 U'JKtf .niTT trn !TiT -a ?orn W V t v T r ftfWf |"-b^nnmn8Drn3rn 'n'-n"iTaa ixstf D-aftn p-cuna .O-XDVI nfi :: • : %  : T •nx nv^vipa-7L*3i onia fattfr D# Una ^31 .on *:na roviaani-otf* :tf-nn -. •:-..I T T V prati D Di3ioix3i nv I T T fcai: Dn^n .ni"iT nteto T : T T •• T T : • tAMSUnOM A OL 9?a/, Of J\i> lami s t£6 '9 IOUS JZifc Man's Major Goal Should Aim to Lead a Holy Life By RABBI DAVID SHAPIRO Hollywood Tempi* Sinai The chief goal of our Torah — the highest ideal for which it desires man to strive — is holiness Not the accumulation of wealth, nor the prolongation of life, nor the achievement of success, should be nan's supreme destination Man's major goal should be tc I've a hoiy life. Gcd is holy, and nan, who is endowed with Godliless. should likewise be holy. To iielp man in his striving for holiness, to encourage him and guide him in his work towards that end. is the object of our Torah. All the precepts and observances o: our sacred book have but one tendency — to link us with our divine num. Through our -daily activities and life, we must build character and spiritually condition our minds. Thus, for example, our forefathers, whose occupation was agriculture, the injunction goes forth in this week's portion, that in ploughing and reaping the field, they are to develop the feeling of kindness toward the beasts of burden that work for them. They must practice sympathy for those who need help. One need not look for holiness in a Kingdom of God beyond this. In the words of the Psalmist. "Let me walk before God in the land of the living." "Where is this land of the living?" asked the rabbis. And they reply, "it is in the marketplace." Holiness is to be found in our every day dealings, in the manner in which we revere eur parents, in upholding the Ten Commandments — not to steal, not to lie. not to oppress our neighbor; not to delay the payment cf a laborer's wages. This is holiness: the manner in which we control our tongues. th manner in which we control our emotions and not take vengeance on him who has wronged us. nor even to harbor a grudge. This is holiness in daily living. "Thou shalt not hate thy brother in thy heart, but thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself There, in our daily dealings, in our every day relationships with our fellowmen, are we asked to imitate God. May we all be imbued with an abiding spirit of sincerity and honesty to cleave to the ideals of holiness and carry it out in our daily lives, even as the Torah has shown us the way. .s ervice* Jh i 9 (A/e e h e n a Information to be included in the Religious Services column must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later than FrkJay> a.m., preceding the week of publication. All releases received after that time will be returned as proof of their lateness. A.GUDATH ISRAEL. 7001 Carlyl* avs Orthodox. Rabbi luic Evir Friday <>: 4.~, p.m. Baturdaj 8:30 a.m. St:-m.iii: "The Power ll .. I ream." • *NSHE EMES. MSB SW 1tn ave. Conservative. Maxwell Silberman, pieaidrnt. • — BETH DAVID. 2623 SW 3rd ave. Con. Mrvativa. Rabai \jr-ran Sn.-.piro Cantor William W. L Dion. — • BETH EL. 500 SW 17tn ave. Orthodox Rabbi Solomcn Sc-'f .,.,: %  .,. %  ~ -i S. i -I-KIII: Mill I 1 BETH EMETh. C .nservative. Rabbi Cantor Hymon KYI II > %  %  :• of I .,! .. %  Ill Mi I low .i %  .1 K ill %  %  GEMS OF WISDOM The Lord-shall scatter you among the peoples %  But from thonce j ye icili set %  I Lord yow God, | ind you shall find tiim. BIBI I>l i %  J U'tll sifl I ; use of lira corn u ,: m J leve. AMOS. V i x Shapiro, il •I' /-. ,,.„ %  3ETH ISRAEL. 4*>J Prairie, ave. Or. tnodox Haabi H. LOula Rottman RABBI DAVID SHAP'RO Cod's way BETH JACoa. 301-31* Washington ave. Orthodox. .Ram Tioor Stern. Cantor Maurice IVamchea. Krldai S:ii ii.m. Si.turda S: in m "' "'' S.IIMO.I: Is An. U ir Justified'.'" the b • me i | i at ... • • Sex "' '-' %  %  '" i>| i • • u to be carried :•< ; pray •.into the '-i"i f %  %  : : peace ye lui ,• p .!! RI Ml Ml Expetts Housing Project live in western Jerusalem ir msii project of two-storj Opposite our housing pre [i a m A rousing project of large in built—each om ni II flats We asked 0U1 111 live in them 0 Wh ighbor? •'i. .< day, the new tenant: tu arrive — most of their mts who had come % Eastern Europe — doctors er li ichen and other pro In this way the new 111 was given tin rts i l ousing Project. and buses we hean -;n languages. The childrei : d tluiercnt in their European iblished by Brit Ivrit Olamit) Rabbi Mimue! hit son, idid, He !• ho learns in order to teach, ':nn the oppori inrtji both to learn and to teach; it I h)0 learns m order to pracnee, Heaven ivill Rrani him the opportunity to learn and to teach, lj observe and to practice. By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX of the Greater Miami Rublimcal Assn. RAHBI MAX K. LIPSCHITZ Coordinator Contributor: RABBI -ni •' HlPf Gems of Wisdom „ ... .. _-_ This pas^e •• r'"" J '--' "• co Mhv is it that the bride and groom ___sv 11 operation Itflth the "srintudi Lead are not suppossd to see each other before the wedding? This tradition may be generally •onsidered to be based upon the deal of modesty and chastity. Some trace this from the behavior if Rebecca in the Bible who "took ler veil and covered herself (Gen. .4:65) when she beheld Isaac, her uture husband coming toward her. The fact that Jacob could have cen tricked into marrying Leah nstead of Rachel shows that such i practice must have been observed then. It ii important to lote. hew ever, tha; even it thi^ istom i< observed. Jewish law alls for the pa;r to : each illier during the course •>: the pres mtation of the rin • s it required in Jewish tradition to have a weddrg dinner after the marriasa? Technically, a i vould b idered married with or with ul a dinner On the >thi r hand ncrc is ai • OK on the par f those who a • wedding U nake the bride and rroom happy ni> id .ratio. !id provis a wedding least •hh ad :. the ppu iss oi tht •ccasion. There wi i re | lirement t -ivile the | oor to the feast so us o spread the cheer through the ommunity. The feast of the wedling is mentioned early in Biblical literature (Gen. 26:27. Judges 14:12). Partaking of the wedding feast is considered a mitzvah. because it helps the bride and groom rejoice. Who has the right to name a newborn child? In the Bible we find occasions when the mother named the child. such as Rachel and Leah did. Also it was Eve who named her sons. Samson was named by his mother. ving Solomor. was named by hi.nothcr. In all of these cases the %  am.ng process was connected vith an event in the life oi tht amily. There were a*-o occasion: n the h.b.v • %  > '.ere the falhei lame I the children. Judah namec us first son. Abraham named his en Isaac Since the current custom is tha' ihe child is named after deceased incestors, tradition gives the fa (her the privilege oi naming a bald after his o> r n father or mo her, should they be deceased ut'T this has been i xomplishe he right pa ISI to I u mother fo. .he second naming. It is important o note that our pustom of givinj ur children two names is said t< e.:i from the compromise oi gh mg btth husband and wife the op ortunity of giving a name. BETH KODESH. 1153: Quail Roost dr. • — BETH RAPHAEL. *39 NW 3rd ve Orthodox, juliua Sapero. president. BETH TFILAH. 936 Euclid SVt. Or. tnodox. Rabbi Joseph E Rackovsky — • — BETH TORAH. 164tn st and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Cantor Sen-Zun Kinchenbaum. tVldnj :! %  p.m. Sermon: "what are >\ %  • tH-dlf-ating?" Suturda) %  a.m. \:.,r Mltivuh: Edworl, *n i( Mr. .ni Mm. Alberl > I: u • hurd, on .,f Mr. iiiul MM. Edward KTledman, _— a — CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Strassfeld. CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER. 8755 SW 16th st.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gersnon Levin. l-'ii.i;i\ %  ;:"'! p in. Saturdaj 9 a.m. Sermon: "Mrrcj WUlioui Misery, Pity Wllliiut lil'n." [tar Mitzvah: Leon, s f Mr. and Mrs. Nat PoUuck. • — OAOE HEICHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 133rd tt. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. Erl .i.iii. Sermon: "Portion <-f th. Week." Bar Mitzvah: Mark, MMI of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wulbart. FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi Gerald Lerer. Cantor Harry Zaretsky. Pridit*. 8:30 p.m. Saturdn) 9 a.m. Bar Mluvah: Jeffrey, son of Mrs Shirley Mulnlck. HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th t. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross. • — HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON GREGATION. 555 W. ilth St.. Hialeah. Reform. Rabbi Marius Ranson. HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson St. Conservative. R a b b David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave Orthodox. Raobi David Lehrfielo Cantor Abraham Seif. MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION 1101 SW 12th ave Traditional. Cantor Fred Bernstein. • OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr Orthooox Rabbi Phine.ts Weberman • SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 64L Collins ave. Cantor S Nachmias. %  i duj s lii : %  Run:OUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW Bf St. Conservative. Rabbi Maunc, Klein. • i.l.i > 8 :' I p.m Seri "At tn;., o( Exli >' • a.m. Bai %  ii ,. ,:,; :. ,. Mr and Mis :i. ii rd Lu) TEMPLE ADATH VESHURUN. 102 r NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd Rabbi Max Zucker. — • TEMPLE -'T-. -./. W80 N. Kendai dr., S. Miami. Reforni Rabb' Herbc Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner -•• %  [Sin Mltival Ruheri i \li f l. i. i \h and Mi Phil is • — TEMLE BETH EL OF WOOD. 13 R 1 S. 14 ave. Rabbi Samuel Jatte. .-Mil > I HOLLY Retoi ni • • The Jewish people in the dusp.' ra fit a body without a head or heart i Indeed it u n >t even a body, I but scattered bones. JUDAH HALl VI, • r • Were Jews to find rest in the diaspora they would low their JeI ure to return to the land o', '.heir father*. SIMEON B. LAKISH. • • • Wherever jeus du'ell. God it %  found among them. ZOHAR. ave. Liberal. Rabbi Laon Kronish Cantor Oavlo Convlser Prida) 8:13 p.m Saturday 10:45 a.m. • — TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Harry L. Lawrence. • TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washinoton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvine Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch Adler. • TEMPLE iSRMt.. '37 IV.F. 1th St. Reform. Rabb : Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. • TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave. Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet. Eriday 8:15 p.m, Sermon: "Mistaken Novalty: the Bible Versus ih.. Torah. Saturday 10:80 a m, Bas Mluvah: Carole, daughter it Mr. and Mrs. A. David Goldbei — • —— TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St. Conservative. Rabbi Maver Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. IM Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Samuel Gombera. Friday 8:45 p.m, Saturda} 8:45 .i m. Bar Mitzvah: Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs Irving Manki TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno M. Wallach. FVIdaj B 15 p n Sermon: tour Attitude." Saturda) n ^i" 1 Bar Mluvah: Mark, son ol Mr and Mra. Herman Press rEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 8*1 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Leo Hum. a TEMPLE ZAMORM. 44 Zamora ave. Conservative. Rabbi B. Leon HurwiU. I Ida) 8 p m Sal %  I %  %  '•" l • TEMPLE ZION. 5^20 SW 17th St. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb. TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ove. Rahh ; N-*han Zwitman Cantor Albert Glantz. v.:u j. II mi. ii • %  I he t | t oi \-.. •.. and, o Othi vs. and Ones Shahl SI ti Mi". %  Sermon: "Hute Si nine I YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon SteinmeU. Cantor Maurice Neu. \ ii.i i %  la '• %  Bar M is%  i ; .• Mrs Samuel No*. • YOUNG ISRAEL. 9S0 ME Orthor'ix. Raobi S^erv. .• 171st St. • <0er. Open ORT Board Meeting Southwest chapter of Women's American ORT will hold an open hoard meeting on Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Cecy Kowen. 1810 SW 87th pi. Mrs. Jaek Fils is president of the group. TEMPLE BETH SrllRAH. Sun'land Hall. 11539 So. Oix ; e hwy. ReconBtructlonlst. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. Prlda*. S 15 p.m. Sermon: "Jui for trie Modern Mind < meg SI i hosts Mr. ind Mra. Sokoloff. Saturi ii.m. TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz I i i.hiy ',i p.m. P %  irnaji 8 :i m. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chast AWiniGHTWG rim 13 Elul — 6:33 p.m. u.;: if II %  %  'i % %  mi" %  •HiiMiniMi



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Page 16-A •Jewisti fhtridHar Friday, August 25, Brandeis Physicists Challenge Atom By Special Report WALTHAH, Ma.-s.—Ai the Brandeis University summer school, top drawer physicists of 12 nations have turned their back on the race for outer space to poke away at the inner workings of the subatomic world with a stub ol chalk Although modern science has become involved with a baffling ;u ray of laboratory devices, lightning-fast electronic circuits and accelerators larger than football fields, these men and women have come to this quiet campus to join in a summer program requiring little more than a roof, a black beard and a conventional piece ot chalk. The atom may be a million times tinier than the width of a pencil line, but to the faculty of brilliant theoretical physicists teaching in the Brandeis Summer Institute, it is rather large and old fashioned. Most of the lectures delve into the sub-atomic world of elementary particles, and the still more primordial stuff of which these particles are supposed to be constructed, known prosaically to the physicists as "fields." Many of the theories of particles being outlined by the international faculty have not yet found their way into textbooks, and the purely mathematical attack on these fields is in the realm of pure abstraction, still far removed from experimental tests. A summer school such at this is tho best avenue for professional physicists and graduate students to keep abreast of the fast moving frontiers of modern physics. Nearly a third of the "students" already hold doctorates and faculty or research posts in the 36 leading universities, government agencies and major industries represented. The 90 graduate and post-doctoral students at the institute is the largest number to attend the growing program now in its third year ol sponsorsnip under grants troni the National Science Foundation Crammed into the six-week session are nine lecture courses, covering facets of contemporary atomic and subatomic physics, plus seminars and discussions outsideot the lecture room. Except lor such characteristically \.go.uii breaks aswimming paring ar.J squate dancing, t ..< %  sluftcuis Will uiai DIS n •> intense conct'n.ra.ioii o..' in strangi and au uct wuftj c tltUll 1CUJ (( %  :..-.v> .viOI.il ulOUa.iiiu ulner piiys.c.s.ii -i.u.id the roilo iii •.a... -.. .... .-.ituic .l.scus-ions ot cur re 1 theory hroii"h the fit 'I ,r 'o be pub lished later in the summer. the faculty of eight visiting scientists including some of the most brilliant theorists from India. Japan, the United Kingdom, Sweden anil the United States, in a field dominated by youth, these men arc scarcely distinguishable from their students. Only two arc past forty. Two have not yet celebrated their lur.itih birthdays. Students, many of whom hold faculty and important research pests at their home institutions, have come from the University of .Tokyo, Cambridge University, Canada's McGill University, Chalmers Institute in Sweden, U.S. Naval Ordnance Lab-jorv. National Agency for Space Administration, A Cambridge Research C 1 Sylvania and an array versifies in the Nt> Itary, Puerto Rico, Frar way, Peru, Israel and %  land, behind the iron c. The catalogue lor the Summer School Institute retiCal Physics is a | creening tc-t in itself. illes "Kelativistic Par iction." "Theory of 1*. 1 Phenomena." "Analytic ties of Perturbation The normalizaton Theory." a plex Variables in Clemen tide Theory" warn off t ated. r Ft •>' et 3f Hand a No,.' •* p," %  **in. ] -I'andii Th,., •"in?,, cour( • In, '' zatiod iry| iflky Diplomat Weighs Soviet Rule Continued from Page 1-A spiritual development resumed without difficulty." France, he said, is happy to "continue to do our best to encourage it." Label A. Katz. president of B'nai B"rith. told the Council there was a "universal need" for intensified programs of Jewish education "to avert cultural shallowness" throughout the Jewish world. He said the problem was "as acute" for the postwar Jewish communities of Europe. Latin America and < >-i where as it was lor those in the I nited States. "To some degree this conclusion is valid even lor Israel," he said. Katz called lor closer "person to person relationship! among the Jewish communities of the world >' %  we are to understand each < thcr s problems in realistic terms.' 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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.
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 Gut-
man, will he held Monday evening
al the Farband Labor Zionist Cul-
ture Center, 842 Washington ave.
Gutman, who used the pen name
"Der Lebediker,'* was the author
of many books in Yiddish, and
wrote for the Yiddish daily press
for 50 years. The memorial is un-
der the auspiees of the Farband
branch which carries his name.
"Der Lebediker." David Pinskj
Folk School, and Farband Labor
Zionist Culture Center.
Participants will include Joseph
Zuckerman. president, Lebedicker
branch. Jacob Fishman. Max B.
Astor. M. Chometz and Louis Lasa-
vin.
Seiden Unveiling
The dedication f. the mcttiorv of thv Uttt
SIMON SEIDEN
u ill ui\e place
Sunday, August 20th at 11 a.m.
al Ml S.ii.n Cem< i
1125 N NV 137th Street. Miami,
: \'.: hdn Zetch i
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 al-
most 100 campers, who presented
in Freedom's Light."
This was the Miami Beach con-
gregation's fourth camp season,
with a record number of children
enrolled for the eight-week session.
Since its inception, the camp has
been under the personal supervi-
sion of Dr. Irving Lehrman, the
synagogue's spiritual leader, and
directed by Milton Feinstein, foot-
ball coach and history teacher at
Miami Beach High School.
Programming was coordinated
by Mrs. liana Burstiner, one of
Tamp!* Emanu-EI's Foundation
School teachers. A complete arts
and crafts program was planned
and implemented by Dorothy
Gruen, of North Miami Beach.
Jeanettc Goldberg, a Temple
Emanu-EI nursery school teacher, I
was in charge of the youngest child- j
ren. University of Miami medical j
school students Jerry Sheldon and
Barry Glassman rounded out the i
senior counselor staff.
Junior counselors included Jill
Channing, Sonia Glasser, Efrom
Lieber, Larry Schwartz, Alice
Jacobson and Dale Berman. They,
were assisted by Donna Ruff and
Robcrl Goldman.
ing. at 4144 Chase ave.. which has
served Beth Sholom for the past
16 years, marks a milestone in the
life of the congregat.on, according
to A'bert in hi announcement.
"lI-.tH; we trcctedWhe present
sanctuary and' eiiditcfrfum -nt 4130
Chase ave.. south of the old build
in-; now being demolished, the
4144 Chase ave. structure housed
our sanctuary, religious school,
nursery chool, and social hall." he
said.
The new religious school class-
rooms were completed last spring,
"and we are row on the way to
building the new administrat on
wing, which wi!J be a one-story
structure set back from Chase
ave 100 ft. l! will rise directly
north of the entrance lobby of our
sanctuary."
The new wing will contain ad-
ministration offices, rabbi'!; and
cantor's studies, an "auxiliary
oom" for the board, Brotherhood
Sisterhood and PTA committee
meetings, a religious school ass. nj.
jly hall, a Young People's lounge,
library, arts and crafts shop, and
storage facilities.
Spiritual leader cf Beth Sholom
s Rabbi Leon Krofluh. Cantor is
David Convisei-."
SAUL MINDLIN
Found Pp^ce
rran W>* "n
On mis, the third anniversary
of the tinumeh drath of their
beloved Saul nu mother. Mrs.
Fannie Mindl : rid brothi >
Leo moum h.m deeply. Saul
;iv recrntlv-departed fall i i
.'... b Mmdlm an new united.
Palmer
Memorials
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Jewish
Monument
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r-' T^ J n J tk by ISABEL GROVE Cohen, who has been helping future brides select their ,David Balogh's, on Arthur Godfrey rd.. for the past is now designing her own ring Prospective i. Richard M. Wild, whose mother. Mrs. Theodore ,. the Morton Towers, played cupid and brought the f people together last month when her son was here on v Louis where he manage* one of the Three Sisters L Wedding will he Sept. 3 in the home of Mr. and Mrs. •rman Bettv is the daughter of Mrs. Kegina Cohen, and the late l.ouis Cohen At a bridal her fiance's mother, and her aunt. Mrs. Bessie bride-elect with a circle around Sept. 3 is Sondra who will marry Ira Abramson. of Far Kockaway. \ Seville hotel on that day Round of parties in her i with a kitchen shower at the home of Mr> Louis 1 Brickell ave. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Alfred MorTed Kaufman Floral bird cages decorated the and 30 guests toasted the bride in champagne shower followed several days later on the beautiI I terrace of Mrs. David Hess' home Her mother, itz, and Mrs. Edward Rudnick helped plan the white • ik tulle umbrella with pink rosebuds for the gift table, A 5 the wedding bells, colored lights and balloons in pink. irate cake which topped off the eight o'clock supper... ive long-time friends of the future bride brunched. minisced poolside at the home of Mrs. Alvin Coren ,ni. along with Carol Meyer. Arlene Fi.-hman and Judy >ssed a miscellaneous shower .. \: • iting the conr scheme of the future Mrs. Abramson's gme, Mr* Alan Lieberman and her daughter. Sherry, used orchid the linen shower and brunch thev gave for her A the Sorrento restaurant given by Mrs. Bess Feidan. |d : > ighter, Mrs. David Goodman, will include Sunny's Rdesm and other members of the wedding party %  *+ Harry and Sue Zukernick have just returned from an exten|ve. six-week tour of Europe Spent a week in Copenhagen, tid three weeks in the Hague, where Harry attended the Acad iv iif International Law. and was elected a United State delegate id memb r of the Council of Association of Attenders and Alumni the Hague Academy of International Law They also spent davs in London, where they were entertained by friends and tended many shows in the West End Sue extended her vaeaby remaining in New York for more theatre-going and opping Three sons and wives. three daughters and husbands. 11 grandildren and six great-grandchildren from San Francisco. Buffalo. iami. Detroit, Chicago and Cape Cod will converge on Flint, eh., to honor Mr. and Mr? Phillip Catsman. who will celebrate ,r 60th wedding anniversary at the home of their son, Raymond Join.ng David and Elinor Catsman. from Miami Beach, will Dr. and Mrs. Harold Rand Planned is a cruise on the eat Lakes in Sam Catsman's yacht ... Hellvwood will have to wait tor its newest starlet The fred Gerds, of 5785 Alton rd.. have decreed that daughter. Abby. II have to complete her senior year at Miami Beach Senior High fore devoting full time to her career She's been doing stocK the Gatewav Playhouse, Bellport. L.I.. playing the lead in the oung and the Fair" Irene Selznick. of Columbia Pictures. s so impressed with her she wanted to place her under contract mediately ... Big brother Steven, who got a sheepskin from rida Southern at Lakeland in June, also has some interesting ns Leaves Friday tor Israel under the American Work and dy program He'll be among 15 boys and 15 girls from all r the country who will spend a year there doing four hours a y cit work (which he hopes will be on a farm) and four hours a y at school After making almost 10 trips to Europe. Mrs (, irmiuai went reluctantly to Mexico this vear and promptly fell In e with trie climate and the people she met there She was the est "f a friend whom she had made some years back in Portu^a gdalena Alamein-Mendez. whose brother is "he Mexican film r. Julio Alamein Was so stimulated, she has persuaded her sband to return with her to see for himself, SO they il be leaving xt monl • ;1*/< oman s "World Ie wish Floridliairi Miami, Florida, Friday. August 25. 1961 Section F Ht -:i of birthdays celebrated at a luncheon party given the iiai TI Alexanders, of 15 NE 124th ter.. No. Miami, in honor son-in-l iv Larry Hoffman, on Sunday Also accepting birthcongra .' Itions were Larry's mother. Mrs. Pauline Hoffman. Ill his I and sisl tr-io law, Robert and Marilyn AnticiIting his tatal dav which was the 21st. was MrA.'s father, adore Mertik, great-grandfather of Lisa, Jane and Kenn lungsters belonging to Larry and the former Debbie Alexander Ther gu ere the Martv Kerners and daughter, and the H Ji lips wii their three adorable redheads, who will spend a m in ll'e ': %  : •; :l •u; l IN \M I own, I'a Mrs Mil on Jacobs' birthday party at the Lucerne hotel lasj %  d ay v. is i complete surprise for her Table was festoon I I'll Icng nmed American beauty roses, Jonquils and ferns Lest of hon r was pr< setited with a corsage of orchids bked lovely against her black and white print sh aih Enjoyk the surprise element were the Frank Schnei I srs, Peter He I Ben i. Binder, and tht Phil Mayers And most of all. lion Jacobs ... Fareu I partv given by Larry and I'w-y Flautn for E basins Eastman, well known New Yerk pianist and pedagogue, %  eluded maay of her friends in music circles here. • •*• Houseguest at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Norman (Ruth) Russ le past few weeks is Mel U. Ruth's nephew, son of Mr. and Mr.; lonard Golden, of Springfield. N.J. He's taking advantage i every golden day of the waning summer, alternating between tne lean arid the pool at the Eden Roc cabana club Also expected I i few diys is son. Dennis, who will spend the brief time between I' summer session and his siphomore year at the University of tnnsylvanla with his family ... .. 1 Another whose summer vacation is drawing to a close is Ariyn. % ughtor of Mr. and Mrs. Ben (GerO Samuels She's been spendthe summer in Deal, N.J., with the Joseph Minkoffs, of South jange, and ion Jeffrey This fall she'll be starting her sopholore year at Miami Beach Senior High where her mother is frA president %  "Sincore greetings and prayerful wishes on the New Year lorn Dr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Soroff — he's consultant to the Bure.'u l Jewish Education — who are in Israel ... Mrs Pauline S. Grundwerg, of 4861 Prairie ive., Miami Beach, Ming on the SS Olympic this week to meel her son, Moses, i Iraei Plans to stay lnd< litely and v. .11 make the Dan hotel pine base while they tour the entire country Book of Healing, containing an inscription of names of Life Guardian contributors to Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, is admired by Women's Auxiliary members (left to right) Mrs. Nathaniel M. Levin, Mrs. Herbert Gelernter, Mrs. Ted Lotterman, Mrs. Morton Halpern, Mrs. Julius Spector and Mrs. Samuel T. Shapiro. Mrs. Levin is Auxiliary president, and Mrs. Sapiro Ostrovs Planning Israel Reunion Mr. and Mrs Nathan Ostrov. of 900 NE 159th st.. will be leaving Sept. 8 on the SS Atlantic for a sixweek stay in Israel. Ostrov and his wife, Rose, came to Miami in 1948. He ia former Jewish Legion member, who enlisted in the U.S., and went to Palestine shortly after the publication of the Balfour Declaration. The Jewish Legion was intended to be the military arm of a massive effort at establishing a Jewish homeland there. An exciting feature of his return visit will be Ostrov 's reunion with his brother. Shmuei Qstrovsky, who lives in Ramat Can today "We haven't seen each other since 1911," Ostrov explained. In 1920. the two brother, missed each other by three months. Nathan left Palestine in January of that year, his hitch over with the Jewish Legion. Shmuel arrived in Palestine in March, immigrating from Russia In all. the Ostrovs will be gone ten weeks, returning on the SS Jerusalem. Mr. Ostrov is a former l .resident of Beth Torah Conation, and now serves on the congregation's board of trustees a board of education. Mrs. Ostrov is financial secrel Pioneer Women, Club 2. and rman of the Beth Torah G Ship. Dade PTA Council MeetsWednesday Dade County Council of PTA an nual presidents' conference will be held a! the Museum of Science and Natural History on Wednesday from 9:30 a.m. until noon. Mrs. C. C. Clifton, newly-elect >d Council president, will conduct the :ing. Agenda will include in formation, schedules and plans for the coming school year. New PTA manuals, pamphlets and booklets will be distrlb and explained by Mrs H. J. Jo sen. District 12 president. Pat Tornillo, vice president of Classroom TeacherAasn., and chairman of American Education k here, will speak on plans f.-.r the observance. President of the Mus I n >' ence and Natural History. Mrs. Sydney Wemtraub, will extend greetings. is Women's Division chairman of the hospital development Fund. The handsome bronze book has been endowed by Mrs. Rena M. Broidy, and will stand permanently in the main lobby of Cedars as a tribute to the gen erosity of Life Guardian contributors of $300 to the hospital. Women Leaders To Get Preview Some 225 women presidents of leading local and national women's clubs will gather for a "Pre.si dents' Preview" of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital on Sept 7. announced Mrs. Nathaniel M Levin. Cedars Auxiliary president. The outstanding women of tlie Miami community will have the honor of participating in the first official tour of the hospital facilities and will be served with bruncheon. Each president willofficially represent her organization at the preview and act as official liaison for the participation of her club in a city-wide Open House program at the hospital on Oct. 5 Chairman of the "Presidents* Preview" is Mrs. Sydney L Wein< trauh. who will also serve as chairman of the Open House activities. Mrs. Weintraub's committee will meet at her home on Aug. 29 to plan both these activities with her co-chairmen. Mrs. Ted Lotterman and Mrs. Albert Pick. After their behind-the-SC I IS tour of Cedars, the 225 presi will hear brief "capsule from department specialists on Cedars of Lebanon's medical staff about the diversified aspect hospitai activlt) its from the field>f cardiology, pathology, surgery, gastroenterolog tries, pediatrics and orthopedics will d -care an I -.'rvice which will e offered MR. AND MIS. OSTROV Membership Tea Climaxes Drive Climax of a membership drive being conducted by the Sisterhood of Temple Adath Yeshurun, under t h e leadership of Mrs Stanley Golden, president, will be a tea and fa>hion show on Wednesday, Sept. 6. Event will also erve as the ifficial welcome to Mrs Max 'Jucke.-, of the congregation's new spiritual leader. Menorah Ladies Siate Luncheon Temple Menorah Sistei I Sis ood will hoi I its annua \ ring a-membei lun :heoa a tlie 0 l hail Tuesday noon. Reservations chairman is Mrs Irving Laib-U Hawthorne ave, and Mrs William Horowitz Is co-chairman. Sisterhood's projec maintenance ot the Tempi school. Mrs Rae Morse is presid • Hygiene Group To Meet Sunday Greater Miami American Natural Hygiene Societv w Sunday evi dng in th M ihin %  Sa ai i Loan Assn 1133 Washiti ^s Terry L.i o.' pr< v Mrs. Bess Mi is president Family Night 4 At Coral Way Coral Way Jewish Center kindergarten-nursery school is having its second annual "Family Night" on Wednesday, Aug 30. a' S ; m., in the Center's social hall Guest -; 111 be Dr Cn ir -• Mutter, resident physician at son Mentrial Hospital, working in the Dade wmty Child Guidance Dr. M >pic will be -The Pre School Chil Par : children in the prebe ir i to teach:r>, shown th:and see I I las*, year's pre tolers m act Mrs. f imo : of man are filled. Openings are available in the after:


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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.
He told the congregation com-
posed of representatives of some
1,300,000 Jews throughout the
world, "We live at a time when
the Jewish vision of peace is un-
der deadly challenge, but as a
people, as a religious movement,
in our respective lands and on
the world sccene, we have spoken
tepidly, acted tardily without fer-
vor or fire.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.


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i-Jenis!! fh>ri<0ic*r
Friday, August 18, 19G!
Browsing With Books:
By HILARY W1NDL1S
Religion as a Significant Scciologic Study Factor Today
THE RELIGIOUS FACTOR. By Gerhard Lenski. 381 pp.
New York: Doubleday & Company. $5.95.
pEGULAR synagogue attendance is strongly linked
with age. and largely confined to the older gener-
ation ...
White Protestants (contrasted with Catholics) are
twice as likely to criticize Jews tor unfairness in business
practices as for religious intolerance .
Negro Protestants are more critical of Jews than
are white Protestants or Catholics, while lews are the
least critical of Negro Protestants .
White Protestant mothers spank their children
do Catholic and Negro Protestant mothers .
Catholic business and professional men tend to e
their work less and their leisure more than do Protestant
and Jewish business and professional men Jewis.n
males are most likely to express a positive attitude to-
ward work, and by far ttw tWst likely to express a nega-
tive attitude .
These are some of the patterns revealed in Dr.
Lenskl's sociological study of the impact of religion on
politics, economics and family life. 3ased on research
carried out by the Detroit Area Study, a facility of the
irtment of Sociology of the University of Michigan.
the tK'.'k explores with often surprising results the differ-
Capiiol Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Dr. Graham Wants to Bring Religion to Israel
Washington
the billy graham crusade, Amen-
ca's leading Evangelistic movement,
is opening a campaign to convert Is-
raelis and has proclaimed "there is a
great lack of faith in Israel today."
Rev. Billy Grahams official organ.
Decision, has described modern Israel
in a special article distributed to over
100,000 of Graham adherents It asked: "Is not this place
where conversion can well begin The people need God.
Their rabbis shake their heads and say that the Israelis are
trusting too much in the barrel of gun."
Rev. Graham enjoys a mass following in both liberal
,. i.|-ra .,,.. ;,.hii nnnimii ;
Between You and Me:
BORIS SM0LAR
A Bombshell Report
lAIHEN ZIONIST bodies m this
" country charge the State De-
partment with yielding to the Arab
[boycott at the expense of the rights
jf American citizens, it causes no
surprise in Washington. It is taken
for granted that American Zionists
should fight the Arab boycott
_J against Israel and against any
American aiding Israel. But when the American Jew
ish Committee, which is known as a non Zionist
eroup, comes out publicly with strong accusations
i-.gainst the Government of the United Slates, the re-
action in Washington is quite different.
The American Jewish Committee is highly re-
spected in Government circles m Washington, and
any official there worth his position knows that the
Committee would ha: llj ever do anything that could
be considered an attack against the Government, it
sounded like a bombshell tor many in Wash
ington when the leaders oi the American Jewish Com-
mittee came out with a White Paper'' aocusiii
only the State Department but also the Defense De-
partment and the Department of Agriculture. What
attracted even more attention m Washington was the
fact that the charges are very strongly worded and
documented to a point that there can be no doubt
The American Jewish Committee, m its -White
Paper." pulls no punches and charges the United
Slates Government with "degrading the dignity oi
the United States"- by gii i the Arab h
against Americans The Committee argues thai the
Government oi the United States has always r
ed tli.- protection of I right erties
of its citizens a- its n .
known throughout the that actions impairing
lignity and equal rights I \:-; tricans, For
ever lv ,:: and In < 1 md, would not be tole-
rated by the United Sta UC im nl points
out
It cites American history records showing -hat
tince 1885 the l> -.mem consistently and un-
equivocally resisted ttempts made bv: foreign
powers to discriminate igainst American Jewish
citizens. It then e that things have chan 'ed
"alarmingly" in recent year, when Arab countries
have been permitted to impose discriminates mea
sures which interfere with the rights of Americans
The first sharp step taken by the American Jew-
ish Committee against Washington's yielding to the
Arab boycott is. by all indications, not the last This
is why the AJCs public attack-which will have re-
verberations in Congress-is being studied verv seri-
ously in Washington The documentary evidence pro-
duced by the American Jewish Committee about the
traditional protection of the rights of American Jew-
ish citizens in Czarist Russia, in Nazi Germanv and
in other countries stands in accusing contrast to the
present departure by the United States from this
lr w"k ^6 American Jewish Committee consid-
ers Washington s submissiveness to the Arab af-
fronts a "loss of integrity and prestige" which no
self-respecting Government can afford.
It therefore urges "close scrutiny" by the
American people of the present course of our Gov-
ernment in tolerating the Arab invasion of elemen-
tary American rights
and conservative protestant elements. His "revivals"
have swept America and foreign nations. He has vis: i '
Israel and the Near East. But the new Graham approac I
on Israel is the first open clarion call for a "Crusade tor
Christ" in the Jewish State.
In "What About Israel'" a leading article by Rev.
Graham's chief editor, notice is served that the time is
l.pe for .? big conversion drive in Israel
But "the Christian cannot come to the Jew as he comes
to the atheist, agnostic or adherent of another faith. What-
ever the Shylocks and the Eichmanns of the world may
have felt, a warm spiritual bond has persisted between
devout Jew and devout Christian, based on common devo-
tion to the word of God in the Old Testament. We who are
saved by Christ need to come to the Jew with honest ad-
miration and with profound delight in the meeting ... It
is not easy to lay aside 19 centuries of mistrust and hostili-
ty, but God has never been bound by the traditions of men;
nor has he set limits to his love in Christ."
Sherwood E. Wirt, Rev. Graham's editor, described
i recent visit to Israel He said "everywheYe we traveled
in Israel ... we found the same remarkable phenomenon:
The Israeli is ready to talk to the Christian. He will speak
of the Messiah. He will even speak of Jesus of Nazareth.
Thrilled as he is at the unbelievable turn of events that
brought into being the State of Israel, he is nevertheless
aware that something is missing in his life."
Mr. Writ emphasized that "this is not to say that the
Israeli is ready for a visit from a missionary Quite the
reverse is true; missionaries in Israel are having trouble
enewing their visas these days."
Nevertheless. Christian missionaries in Israel "are
quite aware of a changed relationship Mission r es
performing a magnificent work." don't like the word
'missions.' Madison Avenue terminology ls considered in
view of the task. The Rev. Dwight Baker, head ot Soutnern
itist Mission in the Galilee area, reported that "We
[eel the country need. us. Without is ael would bee im
tto of the Middle East"
Dr Chaim Vardi, head oi the Christian Departmei
. Ministry oi Her nous Ufairs .- tuoted ;:
.slants "Had it not been for
there never would hav
117 by Mie Briti ii G ivi...... a::.: th<
have been a State ot Israel."
Mr Witt's analj:- liss
Graham movement, i- that "No nun isit :- tel -
without having his admiration kindled bj what a-.
- in people have been able to i i 13 years
Sit may not change political sympathies The iA!
igee problems grow more j each year ?
is as far off as ever Hebrew u | \- '-.ike :.-
claims to the land of Palestii
According to conclusions dr. i "Afl -
Oi tree.: mi. words are coming
.i sense have net been spoken tor centuries r
Uy words. The New T, stament is
rew Universitj Chris lai a eing mvil
church conventions in .' -
ought to Israel and si- ....
the Government."
To the Christian, this means "A
i in which something can b i said
deepest conviction."
Panorama:
3y DAVID SCHWART2
er.ces among four groups Catholics. Jews. Negro Pro
'- intS a:; White Protestants. DependJ .
- :? a man belor.gs to. "the probabilities are incre i
or decreased that he will enjoy his occupation, induk in
installment buying, save to achieve objectives far in th<-
future, believe in the American Dream, vote Republican,
favor the welfare state, take a liberal view on the :-.
of freedom of speech, oppose racial integration in
school, migrate to another community, maintain cl
ties with his family, develop a commitment to the p
of intellectual autonomy, have a large family, com-
plete a given unit of education, or rise in the class system."
Even more interesting are some of the conclus
drawn from the body of facts. One of them is the oh
vlous vigor and influence of religious organizations La
American so< :>. Only in the case ot the Jewish gr i
writes Dr. Lenski, is there any evidence of seriou~
:ation weakness, and this is limited entirely to
-national aspects of the group that is, to syi
attendance; "in Eact, the vigor of Jewish communaltsm
,J than compensates for the weakness of the reiU
a-- iciations
In the author's view, there seems little doubt thai
socioreligious groups are rapidly replacing ethnic gro
a- the basic units in our society This "drift tiwar.i
C impartmentalizatun" has many negative aspects, but ii
also has interesting ramifications where it fits into Ma
Weber's imporiint distinction between classes .in classical
Marxian thory. the chief units of social organization,
who- struggles alone make history) and status group.*
(in Weber, a separate system of a society, which also
creates change). The reader will be able to go from the
minute mention here to draw his own conclusions, which
should be as rewarding as the book.
OH the Record
By NATHAN ZIPRIK
Seeking New Words
CO MUCH HAS been said and
written about the Eichmann
trial in Israel that it is virtually
impossible to enlarge on it without
the risk of becoming repetitious.
But there will always be a
groping for new words. What tran-
spired in Jerusalem will never be
forgotten even as the oath never to
irget trie Holy City, for here was a people sitting in
judgment not alone over a man but over an entire
Era Eichmann at the bar was no mere defendant
criminal actionhe was the symbol of in evil
id age that brought death to six million, af our peo-
-s that brought tur
as in Europe tut the
a r
;t to pom salem
ken Punitive il
p a I .
' ju
-
in th
. summon rag
r judgi
Wh E be pen or
V si
s that I rive a: a
rewish tt
lout regai
-
'
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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taqe t-A +Jeist flcr/dMar Fridory, August 25, lty From This Nettie By MAX LERNER Strong Anti-Bias Clause is Urged • sing an oral imagery about Berlin. v. .' he ia I earlier in roat" a:iri now '"a broken too racti seeps i bat gener he erica need a Berlin CJ hole in the hi ; news ab tut • the si >rj ol thitalk v ith John Mi -. loy is a man of some Bti himself, who ki i taving been high commissi ner there, and who hai y's confidence, Khrushchev could only talk turkey with him. i have told Mi ants to Otiate the Berlin Issues. He may havi .--:LL survive, the resolve to buy time to build an enduring peace. HURRICANE! LOUVERED SHUTTERS tz3 — : H • SAFETY • VENTILATION • LIGHT DECORATIVE SHUTTERS WITH A PURPOSE FOR WINDOWS & GLASS SLIDING DOORS ESTIMATES NO OBLIGATION BRADY CO., INC. 3585 N.W. 31st STREET NE 4-T084 NE 4-4448 TWIX CITY GLASS CO. GUARANTEED MIRRORS STORE FRONTS fURNITURE TOPS ANTIQUE MIRRORS I RE-SUVERING AUTO GLASS INSTALLED WHILE YOU WAIT 1220 • )6fi Street, M.B. Closed Soturdcys Tel. it 8-6141 Continued from Page 1-A State Department should act on : the anti-bias and freedom of the seas provisions. Rep. Ryan said that the House should insist upon the strong language in the present House bill in prelerence to "the watered-down provisions in the Senate version." Rep. Ryan called on tie State Department to respect and support the rights of US. citizens abroad, regardless of religfon. He cited German, Dutch and British resistance to the Arab League boycott arv< said the United States could not afford to do less in resisting Arab threats. He sa : d "We must be resolute on this issue or fail to live up to our ideals." Rep Alfred Santangelo, New York Democrat, told the House thai "in view of the large amounts of money" recommended in the new bill "for the Arab nations, which recomrrx ndations I have seei in the classified documents, think i: I i hi 11 the Fore \:fain tee in t h e lighl oi discriminatory against "he Jewish and : ri< an eitizens I I that the I should revaluate the contribution that this foreign aid program is giving to Jordan, the United Arab Republic, and other countries in that area." Rep. Santangelo this week also asked Attorney General Robert Kennedy and the State Department to rule whether Federal author! ties, under existing inter-late and foreign commerce statutes a n ii Govei tei I nti bias laws, could delete fr >m invitations to submit bids ir.thai discriminate against th< righl ol tree commerce with Israi I Rep. Santangelo pointed out that the Government in effect "permits companies producing goods in America to deny these American made products to our friend a?A ally. Israel." He charged that m, j Department ol Defense, with hun, 1 I tire .is of bases in the United State] and around the world, does t Ls i ; ness with companies that practice j a discriminatory selling polic\ •• UNIVERSAL ELECTRIC MOTOR REPAIR, INC. Soles £ Service — Electric Motors All Mokes-New & Rebuilt Motors FREE ESTIMATES 625 Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACH CALL JE 2-3767 WE Repair All Makes We Are Very Reasonable All Jobs Guaranteed SPECIAL PRiCE ON WATER PUMP MOTORS Control Your Investment M?n find women executives v.-j* organiiationol ability can invnt from S500 to SI0,500 with prov,, expctrncv of profits from $9 001 to S50.000. National well rottf corporation will make room > reputable men and women. i, franchise fee. No accounts rerf',. ables or payroll. Phone DAVID SAMUELS at UN 6-2653 for qualifying interview. SECRETARY IMMEDIATE EMPLOYMENT. SYNAGOGUE or ORGANIZATION uperience preferred but not necessr y. Coll Mrs. Cohen Rl *-876 for npot. K>MI$TIC HELP AGNES EMPLOYMENT MO 7-6437 There is only one WELCOME WAGON DOMESTIC HELP DAY • HOUR • WEEK licensed Baby Sitting Service SCUTH MIAMI EMPLOYMENT AGENO 5616 Sunset Dr. Ph. MO 7-3601 WIDOW WILL TRADE 8 RM. CBS, F. & C. HOME Fcr Trailer or Tiny House. 577 N.W. 50th Street PL 4-5988 el yot :i PERPETUATE YOUR NAMI FOREVER ON ISRAELS BAR MITZVA YEAR In The Golden Book of J.N.f. 420 Lincoln Rri. Mcyshie Friedberc 30 years of experience fostering good will in business and community .life. For information on Welcome Wagon, phone HI 8-4994 WELCOME WAGON A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 9-8401 "SPEAK HEBREW CLUE — Open to All Creeds — Meets Ever) Sunday 10 a.m P* tier L'nder Competent Superv • 4 t> ctory Aids; Lit-ary: ~ %  %  Zend. No Fees. Di.es Juki Co mo. 700 S.W. 8th St., Miami Photo & Music Equipment We Buy, se I, Trade or Rei Anyti, Mul eal A Protogi COMPLETE L NE OF SUPP.— TRAIL PHOTO & MUSIC 5725 S.W. Sth ST. M0 70526 VICTOR PIANOS & ORGANS SALES TUNINGS See Max Lewis 300 NW 54 St. PL 8-8795 *^*. REST A CAB frem 12 50 par


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'eJewisfti Florldian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Volume 34 —i Number 34 Miami. Florida, Friday, August 25, 1961 Two Sections — Price 20f Goldmann in Review Of Jewish Situation Before Geneva Parley GENEVA—(JTA)—The situation of the Jews in various parts of the world was reviewed here this week by Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president of the World Jewish Congress, at the opening session of the fourda) conference of the WJC executive board which is attended by more than 100 Jewish leaders from numerous countries. The conference will be combined with celebrations marking the 25th anniversary of (he World Jewish Congress. In reviewing t h e international i situation, Dr. Goldmann said that the Jewish people have no inteniior. of taking a position in the cold war. However, he said, they must insist on the right of Jews not only to the equality of citizenship but also <>n the right of existing as a distinct Jewish group in all count-1 ol ihe world, whatever the social and political regime there may be. He was especially referring to the situation of Soviet JcwTouching on the situation of the Jews in North Africa, Dr. Goldmann said that the promises of the leaders of Morocco and Tunisia to recognize the Jews there a; citizens has been kept, although some discrimination has occurred. The main problem, he Continued on Page 7-A DR. NAHUM GOtOMANN Haipern Warns Congress Anti Bias Clause Needed WASHINGTON — (JTA) — Rep Seymour Haipern, New York Republican, warned Congress this week that unless a strong anti-bias clause was included in the Mutual Security bill now pending in Congress, the Arab states would interpret its omission as a sign of weakjness and intensify their discriminaI tory tactics against American eiti' /ens and their boycott and blockj ade of Israel. The New Yorker spoke m a House debate on the Foreign Aid meaBelieve Chief Hitler Aide To be in Hiding in Brazil GENEVA — (JTA) — SS Gen. M..riin Bormann. Adolf Hitler's last chid ol stafl and the otiicial Deputy Fuehrer, is alive and in hiding in the Cuntiba district of I I, the Central Conference ot Jewish Organizations was lnlormed here this week. Marc Turkow, representative to Soviet Rule, Anti Semitism Seen the Same the meeting of DMA. the central j Jewish organization of Argentina, j told the conference that Bormann j had been recognized on a street in Buenos Aires, where he had been living, by a former Italian army officer. i The latter had met Bormann during the war, when the officer accompanied the late Italian dictator. Benito Mussolini, on a visit to Hitler's headquarters in Berlin. Bormann was previously reported having fled Buenos Aires in May, 1960, almost immediately after Adolf Eichmann was captured there. Continued on Page 2-A Seventy-five delegates representPARIS .JTA) Foreign SUn-M". 1" major Jewish organizations ister Maunce o.uve r. Nahum (oldmann. president between Soviet totalitarianism and <>* lht Wor,d Jcw,sh Congresi anti-Semitism, lie addressed 150] B'nai B'rith leaders from four con-, linents attending the two day meet1 %  ng i.t the Council. Contrasting the post war revival! of the Jewish cultural community life in Western Europe with "the fact that things arc different in .mother part of Europe separtcd Tom us by the Iron Curtain," de, Murville said that true liberty exists m no Communist country and the free.lorn of Jews in those laiids was "even more limited." sure, seeking adoption ol a strong clause condemning discrimination y aid recipients against American citizens because of their race or religion and denouncing hostile measures against countries at peace with the United States. A strong clause along these lines had been written into the bill by Ihe House Foreign Affairs Committee after it heard evidence from Rep. Haipern on his exclusion from Saudi Arabia because he was a Jew. Rep. Halpern said that the State Department requested aid funds from Congress and should heed the sense of Cororess bv withholding assistance from nations that discriminate. He detailed Arab d scrimination affecting bin sell and Arab tactics generally tha: had led to the stronger wording for which he commended the House Foreign Affairs Committee. He said that without regard to Administration or party. Congress should insist on th<

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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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Friday, August 18. 1961
*'Jew!st>fhridiar
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Justice is the Basis for All
Good Qualities in Mankind
By RABBI SHELDON STEINMETZ
Congregation Yehudah Moshe
In this week's portion of the
Torah, we find the sentence. "Jus-
tice, Justice, shalt thou pursue."
The duplication of the wor "Jus-
tice brings out. u th {real empha-
sis, the supreme dutj of even-hand-
ed justice to ai:- ice whether
to your profit or Loss, whether in
word or action, whether to Jew or
non Jew. A lass lie rabbi ex-
plained this insis f on Jus tice,
Justice" to Impl.. "D use un-
jus! mean: ," or
o use a m id nva "The
end does not ju
Man is jlo ilopj il jus-
tice is str
enough, to ti ium itn ml i
resorting to in in the eyos
ot th? prophet, a di-
vine, irresisti i v.\_ musl
not resort 10 let p in and guile to
bring about wha we may. believe
.0 be justice, but father should we
use kindness and cooperation to
achieve our ends.
"Justice. Justice shaU.thou pursue"these passionate words may
be taken as the keynote pi the humane legislation of the Torah. ana of
the demand for social righteousness by Israel's prophets, psalmists and
sages.
"Let Justice roll down as water, and righteousness as a mighty
stream," is the cry )f Amos.
Justice is not the only ethical quality in God, or man. nor is it the
highest quality, but it-rs.the basis for alKthe others. "Righteousness
and justice are the foundations of Thy throne," says the psalmist. The
whole idea of the divine rests on them.
To understand the idea of Justice in Israel, we must bear in mind
the Biblical teaching that man is created in the image of God, that in
every human being there is a divine spark, and that each human lile
is sacred, ani of infinite^ worth. In consequences, a human being can-
not be treated as.a chattel, but must be treated as a personality; and as
a personality, every human being is the possessor of the right to life,
honor, and the fruits of his labor
Justice is the awe-inspired respect for the personality of others and
their inalienable rights, even as injustice is the flagrant manifestation
of disrespect for the personality of others. Judaism requires that hu-
man personality be respected in every human beingthe prisoner of
war, the delinquent, the criminal condemned to death.
It is thus obvious that the idea of Justice in Hebrew is akin to holi-
ness. Isaiah has for all time declared, "The Holy God is sanctified by
Justice."
The final disappearance of injustice and oppression is represented in
the New Year "Amidah" as the goal of human history, and as synony-
mous with the realization of God's kingdom on earth.
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must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later
. thajj Frifii>ya.m^.prece.dioa the week of publication. All re-
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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
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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.
---- ----
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 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.
------a
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.
---- ----
MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th ave. Traditional. Can-
tor 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.
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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.
------>-----
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.
e
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.
------
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Ch.
ave. Liberal. Rabbl Leon Kronish
Cantor Oavla Convlser.
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Harry
L. Lawrence.

TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washino
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvine
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch Adler.
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TEMPLE iSRMfck. 137 NE 19th *_
GEMS OF WISDOM
The road is predestined but the
ifdv tre ivdl^ it. tl ide with
u>hi< bear un oj
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/ 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 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.
----
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.
-----e ----
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. ana)
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi.
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor 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 Wax-
man. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb.
e
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.
nmi-i:":': '' iiMiiiinm
I ^
CANDLlLIGHTING TIME
6 Dul 6:40 p.m.
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I •. r.ny Clerk I 4.11-18-25 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW is HEREBY GIVEN II i fined, di Hiring to engagi ... ndt-i t'•. %  fictitious S SHINE T. >WERS at 1884 Mi i, a • .Mi.'UM i • ach name with t le Clei ,:rt • : I .I'l, Cf.ui : UCHE: ..: K .CHEN • • • • %  R SA FI8HMAN BY HENRY LEONARD ..EGAL. NOTICE NOTICE UNDER F CTlTIOUS NAME LAW IS H RE1 V GIVEN I : thi • ag< i: %  RAPER1 ASSi K.-1 \TES at 2651 S IV • %  Intends I repistei am< th the Clei thi F MEYERS) N, Si |I I %  ni r %  ERG .. Attori •) fi r J< !• >• rson • 18-26, '. %  ] %  "And Benny, when we grow up, will you gel me a mink coat, a Cadillac, a swimming pool and other such status symbols?" LEGAL NOTICE ,-EGAL NOTICE --£ : RCU'T COURT OF THE | EVTH JUO'CIAL C'RCUIT OF F ." ; C %  "• N AND FCD* ~ N CHANCE? • NC 61C i • &f 1 •. "ICE 0* SUIT I i F KIMMEL pit* • • • HEREBY SOTJ ..•• %  : • ; • .. I ST MORTG VGE ..:-• %  %  %  %  %  ni rt| ftgi • ni uml • I ihi • vim • I %  i>ropertj to%  ii 1.(1 • Block 2, ol PARK MOOR rdini to the ] lat thereof, • urded In Plat Book "-8, al i he pul Hi recordi ol i mty, Florida; requ Ired 11 fill your the Clerk ol Ihe Circuit i i i i l ..', County, i li II Idi %  •; thi 1 -. Miami, Florida B< ; •• mix r 12, 1961 and ti ,•• mch an* %  • i VTSMAN, Plaintiff's i t..' II dri BS • nth I-"' • 'i Past Fli :. :• • Street Mian t %  %  •. • • :...-.-. i i I FI • Ida If so, the complaint i • •. • ..%  • %  i I i nf earn will bi • ten the relief de ma %  • I % %  : \N ; %  .' %  • .i r thi HEL Ft -•:, %  %  E % %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERE! V GIVEN that %  --:.'. desfrlng 11 engagi n %  i • • ... %  • S BRPR1SES at U>W ftl Street Minn Florida in| %  : • %  -.. • • v. .: h the I li-tl : .. • HA '.-. %  : P. SI" I" AN .. I %  •;CE UNDER C 0 U8 NAME L W ...... • • %  • • ..... • • %  %  • .. .. '. • %  e with thi %  ih" i I rl • .. \v,. %  • % % %  • B.Vt rd Av 8/4-1 • %  -L : -.: T COURT OF TME E-^ ENTH JJD CIAL ClRCUT OF %  AND FOF Z ZE % %  3HANCERY • %  • NOT :£ BY PUBLIC AT t'J p'oThi F %  : %  81 %  EH Y NO %  • 1 el ; • • 17. • WESTH : : I • : • rd< I In Plat I F'agi 4 ol thi Pul lie Recoi nt j %  %  1 %  • %  filed gainst j %  • ..... t-adlng to the i %  • atti rney. H ROl ::• Weal Flai lei Street Fll :. : ... a:.d fi • I • • adlng in :• i ofl i"' %  : ;):tCircuit Co • thi '•'. ... v t Septembei [f J I to do %  Judgmi ni B) 1 '• • taken agalnai i foi ed In thi : i' at Miami. Dt ll i |th da; i f August LTHERMAN, It c nt) i %  : %  i | NU-.-.Y, „ Deputy Cltrk TNOW Plaintiffs %  • er Street Miami, Flo E 11-18-23, 9/1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCL T OF FLOR'DA. IN AND FOR CADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 8301 CENTRAL B '"• IN IS BANK IN THE CITY >F Ni N\ V< RK, a atlon existing nder I hi ol th< State i>f New Yc 'k. Plaintiff, \ a I ANIEL MAGANI I, et ox, 1 '.-f. n lanti NOTICE OF SUIT TO: DANH \N( i 13 a Street \ elei ARE HERE1 I SOTIF1E1 that thai • hro ugh t i ENTB l t >V1N IS i ANK IN THE CITY Ol NI %  '• YORK I • e cl 084 a ge i the I descrl %  • crty, to-wit Ii 21. SECON %  %  .'. t then %  di In 1 : '. -le I .%  nt) F •: %  .,• %  : • • ••.••'• I • %  %  a. at 1 ... .-% %  •: SI, and 1 ... TS.MAN • • thi I a %  .. ... %  %  BI 1 J. %  N THE : RCl T COURT Z* T -*E ELEVENTH --2 : A L : RCt "OF FLOR"CA N AND FOR DAOE COUNT> •. :-'\CERY 8009 CHER -.' NOTICE EY FL'ELICATIC. .-, ..... .%  ". i : %  %  t Rivei •• • '•'• n N Complaint foi • • beei • : .. !.. .] %  RT A F1JLCHER w l tl : a copy thereol > ttorney • %  11 BOO I S"i %  % % %  • .' be enter !•... %  61 %  %  %  %  %  % % %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AMD FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 53567A •; E < >K %  :.: %  y. :. %  H'TH KEAN NOT'CE OF APPLICATION FOR :v s 5-RAT'ON LPON ESTATE OF PERSON BELIEVED TO BE DEAD. • MAY <'M< "the Pel ltion • tan Bank I o-lda • 11-18-"! : NOTICE UNDER F. CTlTIOUS NAME LAW NOT1 • S HEREBY GIVEN that • • eslring to i n^.iv Ii i ,..-.-.:: ii. : tl, fictitious nami EXPRESSWAY FURN1TVRE AND SA1 VA i!: al i'l N W 2nd K\i • %  ti resist1 said name U — • of the Circuit Courl ol ly, Floi Ida. .L.IAM CURRAN 11-18-2! I lie ^.RCi-IT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF *\.Z F'SA. IN AND FOR DADE COJNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 61C 8185 \d SAVINGS 1 .-.-:.; • Stall f New Yoi i • : .. NOT CE C^ S-T TO; 1 • %  %  • %  .•: %  : • • 'curt. t'lal I IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 53440-A IN RE Estati ol l.i. ZABETH in iRSl iDY 1 *eceas< i NOTICE TO CREDITORS edlti i... nd All Pi rsons Ha> • ha Claims II Demands Agalnsl Said Estati You are hereby notified and r< Ired ti present any claims and demand! which you may have against thi estati of ELIZABETH BORSODY >!•;.-. M l.ii.i.f I -ade I'ounty. Florida. to the County judge* of Dadi County, and file the same in their offices in the County Courthouse In Djade County, Florida, within six calendar months fr. .in the date of the first publication hereof, oi thi same will tt? bai red. ALEXANDER E PACZIEB Goldman. Goldstein A; Pacslei Alto: ni \ s .'3;i Wi st Flagli i Btrei t M .mi. Pli da I •-•.:-:• tl NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Null. 1. is HEREBY GIVEN that the unueraigneo. in.-.iint; to i-naafi :i. • -indei hi :i.-:iti' u^ na mi o! GOLD 'COAfeT TEXACO at 19190 Colling .>-.• M ami Bi .i i. Intends l< let • -aid n i".>Itl thi Clerl • 1 1.Cln .-.: Court ol I >ai • i %  :-•. TEX .'• -. INC I Forlda Cori CE Si -N .-. SI ELVI I '.::•-...%  %  %  ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! *Jkwisti FBrrSdliann solicits your legal notices. We appreciate ytfur patronage and guarantee cccurate service at legal rdes Dial FR .1-1605 icr messenger service LEGAL NOTICE S •CE .NDER F C C v .; Ni.-E LAW GIVEN 1 • p;i --• %  %  .%  %  '%  %  %  • %  ... • • • s 1 %  .... %  1 : • • • i i %  %  .V NOT CE UNDER F C~ C ^S NAME L -/. : %  %  %  i • -. ..'.L :. gi ess %  %  I ••...-:.. IN ST.* EM ."' N • th Street Intel wll • •-.. %  • %  • County, Fa NE] RIK INC ,. t~... on S 11-18-2! IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FCR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 8554 M E?ST Ml i*tT I Mil'. • '< >M1 VNY, .. .. i>. ...ittii'rized to do 1 sim-si the State ol Fli I '. .-. S H1LLI1 S. et a 'S NOTICE OF SUIT Ft '. .. \ %  I %  i — IPS %  .. .. • kpt. No. R6I • • li y NOTI1 %  %  >M I A N Y ii rt, 1 :gai • thi %  .. • t 2. SIERRA MIRA • I. at pi • %  • %  %  • -•• %  %  -MAN ... % %  .. • • • • I I. 6 %  %  • %  • %  %  %  .. %  • • • • %  %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that lln i:.di %  > tin d, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of CLOVER LEAF TAVERN at 180 NW 167th Street, .Miami, Florida Intend to reglstei said name with the Clerk of tti. Circuit • %  ourt of Dade i'ounty. Hi I Ida. DAVID ASHER and MIRIAM A8HER Owners CAIN & ISIS \I:I mi yt foi Applicant 8 4-1I-1X-25 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 61C 8226 NEW YORK SAVINGS RANK corporation i xlstlng under the : : i Stati of Ni York, I ntlff. \ f N E HENSON, • t al, I • • • NOTICE OF SUIT .1 iHX E HENS) IN snd RICIA \ HENSON %  Isii Air T" i • Basi Maine \ \ nd MILDRED NIX et. N.W r.ti Geon la Y • HEREBY N. ITIFIED that ..-•... %  iinsi |.y X! RK SAVINGS HANK, in %  :.: tied Cl Urt, to fore-rinse i.. ring ihe followprojiert y, towl t : .ii; .1 i"l. VRK •"• %  i • i al ... • • • • Miami required ly 1 you fs .. ..-.. • n • en ten for the relief del .. nt. : lat da) 1 August 961 B LEATHERM^N r the Cli H rt I M CAVA Dei SMAN %  '. • at 1011 -i .da 8,NOTICE UNDER F Cl TIOUS NAME LAW • GIVEN • • %  • ne ol HOST' 8.W T*I %  ntei will t ol nty •' %  M .GRBCK 8/4-11f thi r1 .. | %  : %  %  : 1 ". NOTICE BY PUBLICATION •. THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE £_= ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF c-^OF'DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 8527 IR1ST1AN, N %  %  RT /. %  HRIST1 N %  • FOR DIVORCE %  • %  .>N • %  1 iRTIZ CHRISTIAN that i-. Bill of Comi has I nd j en quli ed to A.r or C 1 the Bill of i "omi laini on .-A M 111 %  M )M, 1st \ii im, Mia ml, il Answer thi fftce of the Clerk <,i or bi fore the • If you default i 11 thi %  %  • Bill "f Complaint ished '-in • %  itlve ei kn IW1SH I \N • • >R1 >ERED .ii Miami, gUSt, A I >. %  HERMAN Clerk, mty, Florida meal) .. I ELEN KESSLER, %  'lerk %  : Plaintiff i to, %  i ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! CORPOHATIOS OL'TFITS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Call THE JEWISH FtORIDIAN ct FR 3-1605


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,
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, 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
i '..'. <.f
7 I FTTH Bl >RS< 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 \
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I .
IDER I Zil'.!.
I dan .'. tlei
: St re eI
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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 :
CROWN Gl'l STA
Wa} M .. Fli
' t 11 f 1st I Bfl '...' '
f thi icult i I
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Attoi
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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, Flor-
1 '' 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
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7/28,84
' THE : RCV T CCURT CF THE
ELE.E'.TH ..D C 'L CIRCU'T OF
rLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
~ !N CHANCERY,
Nc. 6-C 772J
I BRESNEDO
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CTiCE EY PUBLICATION
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801 54th st w.st New I
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A i : N.-vv Y rk, Ni a .'. Bi S
bm red ti fill pour answer ti
with the
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"io-mi Coagrest B r.idinsr.
Wenue, Miami, FT
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he taki
I - ' I '.VHRRMAN. CUrk,
1 I 'i rt, T> :il" i '."titv. RTorida
By: X M T.YMAN.
Deputy C
7/28. 8/4-11-18
N THE : RC CC.'=T Cr THE
ELEVENTH ;U0 C AL Z RCUIT CF
rLCc D* N A\- cC" r^-IE
COUNTV. S CANCERY.
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S m TYOFNTvW YORl I
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h lalntiff,
M VGAN e1 u
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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 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
I CATSMAN Plaintifra attorney,
., hose ddn as is 14th F*iooi ^t !C1
FTaglei Btri at, Miami i
i be) late as re-
ed 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
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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
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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 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
', i Hi I'D 1 1 i| F8ET SER-
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
i
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
i*J(nisti fk/rdiSnn
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, 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
Ni S HKRKH1 GIVEN I
the unui ng to 1
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NOT CE EV ouBLCATiON
H THE : RCJU T COL'RT Cc THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CF
-L:c D* ^N 'NO FOR DADE
: : NTV. IN CHANCERY,
No f'C 7857
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not :e '.:c =.
Fit------DUS NAME LAW
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" 4-11-18
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
R '. ERI .'

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NOT.CE EY PUBLICAT;C'
r BH1RLE1 .''
v, nut
. ie, Maryland
YOU Al. .<
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by
'HER. and therefen
. a w th
[hi al C irt and
-,: t. pj theseol upon ALFRED.
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Dated this I
rk,

LYMAN

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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
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- rNC .. Fla
Soie < iwner
KES8
Vt 1 1 \prllcant
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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
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
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erty, to-wit
k 25, SECOND Al : I-
J SIERRA MIRAI'A ..
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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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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 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
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Bill of Com-
Ivi has 1 n filed
.lii.i > on are required to
j inswer or
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: SAM BL M IM,
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thi original Al
fflci f the 1 l.i'k
hefori
Septi If you
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the 1 111! of Compli
shall be published ..nee
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'.. sil LORIDl \n
i.ND C>R1 'ERED ..t Miami,
this 8th daj isl \ D.

ATHERMAN Ii rk,
. Counts Florida
HELEN KESS1
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6/11-18
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Friday.
Auqust 25. 1961
'Jmlsttkridtor!
Face 15-A
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
f'CTlTlOUS NAME LAW
- HEREBY GIVEN
,::; I Dad) Cl 111
' JACKD.OL8HEN
i -wm r
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r MMM
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLCR'DA. in and for dace
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
Nc. 1C 8167
I HONS.

SIMONS,
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NOTICE TO APPEAR
i, HEL SIMONS
, of Raff
I76 Rhlnecliff Drive
l: ; Bti r. Ni -w Torll
,,,;' ,,r, inquired !< m r v, .. > c '
m (wi r to ihi complaint for dl-
. n plaintiffs attorney, STAN-
I i v M. PKED, hH Seybold Build-
lj Miami 82, Florida, and file On
. i hiii' ih, ',. rk of th> abi vi
or i>ifor* the 12th .....
-, | i, r, 1981, or a decree pro con-
be < iii< ii
I :-,! ..! Miami. Florida this 31m
, 1961.
i LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
i ourt, i>ade County, Pli rti ..
B) E H I.ANWAY.
I r.ny Clerk
I 4.11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
, is HEREBY GIVEN II
i fined, di Hiring to engagi
. ... ndt-i t'. fictitious
- S SHINE T. >WERS at 1884 Mi
i,a .- Mi.'UM i ach
. name with t le Clei
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K .CHEN
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BY HENRY LEONARD
..EGAL. NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
F CTlTIOUS NAME LAW
IS H RE1 V GIVEN I :
thi ag< i:
.
' RAPER1 ASSi K.-1 \TES at 2651 S IV
Intends I
repistei am< th the Clei
thi
F
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Si |i i ni r
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Attori ) fi r J< ! > rson
18-26, '.]-
"And Benny, when we grow up, will you gel me
a mink coat, a Cadillac, a swimming pool and
other such status symbols?"
LEGAL NOTICE
,-EGAL NOTICE
-- : RCU'T COURT OF THE
| EVTH JUO'CIAL C'RCUIT OF
F ." ; C N AND FC- D* ~ -
N CHANCE?
NC 61C i

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rdini to the ] lat there-
of, urded In Plat Book "-8, al
i he pul Hi recordi ol
i mty, Florida;
requ Ired 11 fill your
- the Clerk ol Ihe Circuit
i i'. i i l ..', County, i li ii Idi ; thi
1 -. Miami, Florida
B< ; mix r 12, 1961 and ti
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Deputy Cltrk
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Plaintiffs
er Street
Miami, Flo
E 11-18-23, 9/1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCL T OF
FLOR'DA. IN AND FOR CADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 8301
CENTRAL B '" IN IS BANK
IN THE CITY >F Ni n\ V< RK, a
atlon existing nder I hi
ol th< State i>f New Yc 'k.
Plaintiff,
\ a
I ANIEL MAGANI I, et ox,
1 '.-f. n lanti
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: DANH \N( i
13 a Street
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ARE HERE1 I SOTIF1E1 that
thai hro ugh t i
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AMD FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 53567A
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:.:- y. :. H'TH KEAN
NOT'CE OF APPLICATION FOR
:v s 5-RAT'ON LPON ESTATE
OF PERSON BELIEVED
TO BE DEAD.
. MAY <' ' .- AMES F. KEAN
i for Letters
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11-18-"! : .
NOTICE UNDER
F.CTlTIOUS NAME LAW
NOT1 S HEREBY GIVEN that
eslring to i n^.iv Ii
i ,..-.-.:: ii. : tl, fictitious nami
EXPRESSWAY FURN1TVRE AND
SA1 VA i!: al i'l..... N W 2nd K\i
ti resist-1 said name
* U of the Circuit Courl ol
ly, Floi Ida.
. .L.IAM CURRAN
- 11-18-2! .
. I lie ^.RCi-IT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
*\.Z F'SA. IN AND FOR DADE
COJNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 8185
\d SAVINGS 1
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Stall f New Yoi
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NOT CE C^ S-- T
TO; 1

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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 53440-A
IN RE Estati ol
l.i. ZABETH in iRSl iDY
1 *eceas< i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
edlti i.- .. nd All Pi rsons Ha> -
ha Claims ii Demands Agalnsl Said
Estati
You are hereby notified and r< -
Ired ti present any claims and de-
mand! which you may have against
thi estati of ELIZABETH BORSODY
>!;.-. M l.ii.- i.f I -ade I'ounty. Florida.
to the County judge* of Dadi County,
and file the same in their offices in
the County Courthouse In Djade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar
months fr. .in the date of the first
publication hereof, oi thi same will
tt? bai red.
ALEXANDER E PACZIEB
Goldman. Goldstein A; Pacslei
Alto: ni \ s
.'3;i Wi st Flagli i Btrei t
M .mi. Pli da
I -.:-: tl
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Null. 1. is HEREBY GIVEN that
the unueraigneo. in.-.iint; to i-naafi :i.
-- indei hi :i.-:iti' u^ na mi o!
GOLD 'COAfeT TEXACO at 19190 Col-
ling .>-. M ami Bi .i i. Intends l<
let -aid n i".>- Itl thi Clerl
11.- Cln .-.: Court ol I >ai i'
:-. TEX .' -. INC
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FLORIDA. IN AND FCR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 8554
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
lln i:.di > tin d, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CLOVER LEAF TAVERN at 180 NW
167th Street, .Miami, Florida Intend
to reglstei said name with the Clerk
of tti. Circuit ourt of Dade i'ounty.
Hi i Ida.
DAVID ASHER and
MIRIAM A8HER
Owners
CAIN & ISIS
\i:i mi yt foi Applicant
8 4-1I-1X-25
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 8226
NEW YORK SAVINGS Rank ,
corporation i xlstlng under the
: : i Stati of Ni York,
I ntlff.
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N E HENSON, t al,
I
NOTICE OF SUIT
- .1 iHX E HENS) IN snd
RICIA \ HENSON
-
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. \ \ nd MILDRED NIX
et. N.W
r.ti Geon la
Y HEREBY N. ITIFIED that
..-... iinsi
|.y X! RK SAVINGS HANK, in
. :.: tied Cl Urt, to fore-rinse
i.. ring ihe follow-
projierty, to-wlt:
.ii; .1 i"l. VRK
. | h plat Book R*.
publ......rds of
,. ,i. ,: ti fill your
the cii rk I I he i "Ircuit
. iunt) Florida, at the
Plot Ida, on or
. Septembei 81, and to .--i ve
u h answer upon OAVID
-Man. Plaint fl
. i- i nil Floor al ii
... sn. i. Miami 32, Floi -
befon said date, as re-
thl Law- ol I-lorn:.i. If
. :.. i ti .! bo, the complaint will
:. i in at confessed by you and a
i ,, .. i Confesso will I"- entered
you for tin- relief demanded
. ..int.
is 1st da) of August. 1981.
LEATHERMAN
. .. t,1 thi i 'Ircuit Court
. i 'ount) I-Torlda
i. B) HELEN KES8LER,
I puty i !lerk
DA VII I CAT8MAN
14th Floi at 01 E h.ilI. i 81
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,- 4-11-18-28
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NOTICE UNDER
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GIVEN '

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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
. THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE
_= ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
c-^OF'DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 8527
IR1ST1AN,
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that i-. Bill of Com-
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Friday. August 25, 1961 Jcwisti rhridHimr Page 5-B uoursj h Temple Judea Member Drive A cirniinCJIU W *JB Ben Essen, president ol Temple C L/ 1 Judea. announces the selection of. Joseph Milton as membership \ chairman. Milton will organize and COordinate various groups within the Temple in enrolling many unaffili| ated Jewish families in the Coral Gables area. "Temple Judea is the only Liberal congregation in Coral Cables. ] PP i and invites ail prospective mem; bers to attend Friday night servj ices."' Essen said. Temple offices are open daily for inlormation regarding mem' Wilma is now designing bridal bership. gowns, both couturier and stock selections. Wilma is here in perU^^. f*|llictt Plain son to create both wedding gown WFUI5B and trousseau. % i-v lew of the more dressy i -( mbles are beginning to trickle into the shops in this area. I roi *hal Is to be seen, the same lines and silhouettes will again II ,. im as were last season. On Lincoln Road Mall. Wilma's It showing some high fashion "after-five" dresses. Many of In i fabrics are from Europe, and in parl an Old World feeling with heaviness of texture and the nehn, v. ol some ol the brocades. One formal features a "nalfh [( i bodice and is of a black i old interwoven fabric. Black and white is combined ii .: most striking jacket dress : M (it gant a costume may be iv .1. -imply a "dress." The black groduioogra, which is simiI; i to peau de sole, is used for the kirt. The tilted jacket is alsi black, waist-length and with il %  ; %  bell shaped sleeves. White s satin is u-ed in the bodice, fitted with ;he figure molding !ir t that Wilma is famous for. 1 • neckline is jeweled with satinhned bugle beads while small whii cavier beads are hand-emi d< red over the rest of the i ice. hi general leeling is one of femininity, with beading, feathers ace -II very predominent. A -!• fluffy leeling is achieved with the pointed d'espint fabric. For Two Ships Erom some of the top designers Following the successful pattern; %  come the touches that make ol twice-weekly sailings to Nassau their ensembles so outstanding, for the SS Bahama Star, Eastern Paul Parnes, for example, puts Steamship Corp., general agents. a white fox collar on the jacket has announced a similar policy for of a silk linen dinner dress, and two other cruise ships, the SS Yarthen embroiders the white silk or ganza bodice with crystals. Ingrid Bergman and Yves Montand are co-starred in "Goodbye Again," movie version of Francoise Sagan's best selling novel, "Aimez-vous Brahms." Anthony Perkins is also featured in this attraction which opens Friday at Wometco's Carib, Miami, Miracle, 163rd Street and Essex Theatres. CARIB mouth and the SS Evangeline Oct. 21 marks the start of weekly Ceorge Carmel created a capes j x .day cruises to Jamaica and Haiback coat of banana-colored im-Lj for the SS Yarmouth. She will ported frieze' wool. The cape efsa j| every Saturday. 3 p.m.. from feet is carried through by having Miami, returning the following the sleeve cut of the fabric of the Friday at 1 p.m. All-expense fares coat, no seam, and the almost are a $ low as S105. bracelet-length sleeve ending ju.-t above the top ol the deep patch The SS Evangeline will sail on \hT flat-front' Vimo^'tYe : al,crnatin R 13d ^ cr ,svs „ be 8 ,n ; s emphasized by matching !" g Dec. 23 The two d. ferent colored flat bone buttons. cruises have the same low starting fare of $245 The first cruise, for Christian Dior, of New York, has the island hopper, will call at San a definite conversation piece in Juan |> uer to Rico. St. Thomas his rain-wear ensemble. A black and white alligator print of water-repellent cotton poplin, lined in red silk, will make its owner desire stormy weather. A in the Virgin Islands. Guadeloupe. Barbados. Trinidad. Curacao, and Haiti The second cruise is aimed at the island visitor for longer stays, and calls at Virgin Islands. low placed martingale controls p ucr to Rico. Dominican Republic, the full back, and a matching Jamaica and Haiti umbrella completes the ensemble. October Rites For Miss Green Mr. and Mrs Harry Green, of All three ships are completely air-conditioned. Fares include ship as floating hotel all the way. three full-course meals and three snacktimes daily, and a complete program of entertainment. All sailings are from Pier 3 in 611 Jeronimo dr. Coral Cables. are announcing the engagement of ,ht hear < of downtown Miami. their daughter. Sheila Rose, to Robert Norton Goodman. The future bride attended the Universities of Florida and Miami. Her fiance attended the University of Marvland Wilno Kosher Offers Calendar Wilno Kosher Sausage Co. of ChiSon of Mr and Mrs. David Goodcu P ion r. ers „ l "fSKEE! pure beet kosher delicatessen products, have published a new Hebrew English calendar for the lied. SHtlLA GREEN man. of Baltimore, lid., the groom to-be is presently with the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. there. „ year a722, 196162. which is now A mid-October wedding is plan-' .. ,.,,, ,__ .being distributed by Wilno dealers. In addition to the dates of Jew-, i ish and legal holidays, the almanac has other important and useful mHanna Senesch group of Hadassah formation and prayers. These inwill hold its first meeting of the elude Kadish, Yizkor. blessings season at the Deauville hotel on, over the Torah, dates of Sfiroh. Monday at, 12:30. A card party will Lag B'Omer. Tisha B'v, when wedfollow the meeting. Mrs. Eva Blum dings are not permitted, and days is president singled out for weddings to be held. Hanna Senesch Hadassah APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED NOW FOR 1961-1962 SCHOOL YEAR CLASSES START SEPTEMBER 7th NURSERY T „.OUOH 12 !" GRADE A CONTINUOUS EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM ACCREDITED BY fLORIDA STATE DEP4RTMENT Of EDUCATION 27 YEARS of SUCCESS in the PREPARATION of YOUTH for COLLEGE and LIFE COMPLETE EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES COMPETENT FACULTY SMALL CLASS GROUPS PERSONALIZED GUIDANCE ELEMENTARY DEPARTMENT ENRICHED PROGRAM-EMPHASIS upon FUNDAMENTAL ACADEMIC SKILLS HIGH SCHOOL DEPARTMENT COLLEGE PREPARATORY and COMMERCIAL PROGRAMS A QUALITY IDUCATIOH fOK THE INDIVIDUAL •$• IDA R. LEAR, DIRECTOR RICHARD E. LEA*. M.fd., PRINCIPAL THE LEAR SCHOOL 1010 WEST AVENUE MIAMI BEACH TELEPHONE JE 1-0606 TODAY INGRID Y\ES BERGMANMONTAND ANTHOVY PERKINS GOODBYE AGAIN [itl.rf SIRIET SHOPPY CENTH O PEN 11:45 A.M set IT root* tTHt BEGINNING | GREGORY PECK DAVID Nl MliONIQUlNfU !" ** TH< GUNS tf NAYAR< SURF MAYFAIR SUA/SET UNI AVI „ 14.h MIAMI IIACH Open 1.-45 IliC 11VD .i l


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Friday. August 25, 1961 vJenisti flcrSdiiari Page 7-B Cantor Hinkes Due at Zamora mtor Seymour Hinkes will chanl the liturgy during Mian Holy Daya ( temple Zamora. „,„.,, Rassner, president of the T p' m ple said that Cantor Emen.,;. Ru dolph Brill and the choir H ill assist. — rantor Hinkes, a native Miamian. graduate of the University of Ho is married and has two Miami sons received his niiiAnna Warshaw: seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. He i i. .-.-. n % %  • %  In l-'.i' Ruckuw .1.. N.Y., with Riverside Memorial Chapel in !, trg i'M-.t M| ABRAHAM OTCHET i 1114 • • %  ean • !> Miami H %  lied \ in %  He cami here 11.m irookl) n 19 ea igo and was a veteran of IVoi Id Wai I. and .1 membi 1 of i he Imi rli un Legion 1 n w .11 Veil 1.1 an 11.' n>.< naged t he 111 ,ik. Mi Vlpln ami Hlai rlts h"ti 1on .Mi.111.1 Reach, •:*i recently operated thi v : %  dam 1' 1 la< •hotel 1 apartment*. Surviving are his wife, tm 1 M>II and three ulster* Service; were In Brooklyn with Kiveraide Me* 'i'.i|.. 1 1 n 1 ha %  -tocall> antor Hinkes rec sic al training lrom Rev. Nathan ,„,.,-. teacher and composer of luurgical music. Services will be under the di,.;,„„, ,„ Rabbi B. Leon Hurwttz, vi„, will also preach all sermons. Temple Zamora has a seating capacity ol WO. Opera-type seats and a new ound system have been installed, and the Temple is airconditioned throughout. Superirised lunior services will also be; Temple Menorah will sponsor a %  onducted "Back to School" cocktail party Students from the University of on Sunday afternoon for members CANTOR SEYMOUR HINKtS Temple Menorah Fetes Travelers Beth Torah Sets New School Year Beth Torah Congregation religious school is currently preparing its study programs tor the coming : year. Under the personal supervision ol Rabbi Max Lipschitz. spiritual leader of j_ h e congregation, Jlje I school includes 20 faculty members. Abraham dttelson. who holds an MA degree in Hebrew education, is director of the school. Veterans on the staff include .Mrs. Sidney Kay, founding teacher He 1 ime here %  yearn igo of th, pre-school seven years ago, K^X^rV'aati ,-lwng £ and Mrs. Jack Diamond and Mrs. | his wi Etta • son < daughter, I Irving Seidel. who have served in the Hebrew department tor six and five years, respectively. Serving with Mrs Kay in the preschool program will be Mrs. Sol Elfenbein. Mrs. Florence Ginesin, Mrs. Michel Gruen. Miss Sondra Levy, Mrs. Eugene Marshall, and Mrs. Rudolph Wichter. MissLevy has spent the summer ''' lly 111 Israel under the sponsorship of MARRY OXMAN winter and three grandchildren Sen Ires were in (Jordon Funeral Homi SAMUEL L. FRANK jf .. I or. I Collln* .1 died Aug. 8. \ member ol the Masons, he it vlved b> his wife Rose: four sons. \,-\s s rk Htate Supreme Court Justice Harrj B Alfred, Robert and Jerome 1 daughter, 10 grandchildren, and I" great-grandchildren Services were in New York Cltj with Riverside MeiiM.ri.il Chapel in charge loLEGAL NOTICE IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT OAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 43674-e 1:1: i:< I ATI. 'I' .111.irs A. >II>;I:I.. 1 .1 A siKiiKL lii ., %  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE \i ('I'll 'K I* hi rehj Riven ; ; 1' •' report and .' %  1 .-I r i"' Imil I 'i>. hi rgi 1 Bxi 1 he Ol .11 I.II .A Ml.' Hi K %  -.I-.-.I and 1 ha I on tin ly of cm be r, 6I, in .1 pplj to the 1 [on 1 11 i>li 1 : ink B l >w I us. 1 unly .IIHIKI id liadi Count) for .1 of said final re| ind for ... Kx 111 • • us v .-:i:>.i:i., de1 ii Mil.ToN R M IXNHK-IMBR K'\ M.i: ,\ MANNHBlMBtt \• rnej f 11 1 -:\-utoi 8-11 Miami, visitors, and indigent perand friends of the Temple in the he \ ovmg Judaea movement tons seeking admittance to services Temple Social Hall between 4 and; maj contact the seating committee 7 p.m. [or special arrangements. The reception will welcome back Tickets are on "^*^Jf the president of the congregation,L^ Mendelowltz Mr lrvin Sel m to 5 p.m. at 3279 SW 8th st. Maurice Revitz. and his family whOj d el% and Mr Menachem Rotn Evenings, hours are 7:30 to l<) p.m. have just returned from an extend-1 „ remple Zamora is at 44 Zamora e d tour ... Israel and Europe. Re-i Continuing %  the Sunday schoo ave. Coral Gables. vitz was a delegate to the Israel "• Mrs. Arthur Cohen, Mrs Sol Bond leadership conference, repreElfenbein. and Mrs. oeorge Katzsenting Miami in Jerusalem man HARRY BAUER SS, if 7448 Carlyle ave,, died Julj He came here -iitht yearn ago from IN THE C'RCUIT COURT 0=THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOP DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. No 6IC 8363 rill-: rsRKfiXWlCH SAVINGS HANK, .. • "orpor ition • 1 rider the lawa 11 i!i^ Sta te ol Sew ITork, Plaintiff, Vs. Hu.YM.AN JOHN %  • iWKl.l.. •! U, I 'efendnnl^. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: Sl.YMAN JliH.N I'oWKUi Box IS! < Ira) BVllle, Tennessee The Hebrew school will have on Ft Worth, rex., and la aurylved b) vor ARK HERBBY JOWIKIJ tbai ,, ,, r. ,. three brothers .-md .. slater. Herv 1 %  >" has been brought against yoi its staff Mrs. Jack Diamond. Mrs. '„',... v : ..J ,.. s Memorial b s TIIK GREENWICH SAN all an munic pa swimin inn pools, a city librar>. 1 1 arj • e u e r s sidew alks. wide paved • highways, excellent protection. v -al Hospital, and the M the cocktail party, the con gregation will also welcome back ten families who have made a pilgrimage 'o Israel this y.ir. Mrs. Sam Fuchs a:' Mrs Sanford Heller. Mr and Mrs Sam Schifman. Dr and Mrs Lawrence Weston and Mrs Ess W SI I traveling are Mr. an I Mr-Al B ick and Mr. and MrSam MUD*. Cantor Kodner Is Heard n MARTIN L. KLASS 58, of 784a i--ist dr., North Bay Village, died Aug 1 He ."•. here seven ml lleveland, and was • membi r I Elk* [Jons, 11 nd K thias Sur\ \\ ng in his w if--. Nellj I mr slsl •' %  -. im dinM Beairl N 1 m in ind Mrs. A I \v ,". Servl ere Vug Ri\ -1 %  Mi tn.,r 1 • • %  Nor, Isle, "The Soul Of Jewish Music," :.•1. to '"i c— .1 mortgage encumbering the following desi Ibed property, i<> '...t 13, t: IK* S3, SIERRA M IRA DA, SECOND ADDITION, according to the pla th irded In i-'l;i' Bo .'K 64, ii pnge 81 of tl p ''!> records of t)ade County, Klorlda; Togethei mrltl Vi .11 o\ .-ii .in i range; il heating N ton food prep1 rat li %  %  1 -. ind s ou ar 1 enulred to file > mr • 1 •' Clerk • %  1 'ire 1 i I la, • the 1 Mli Florid no 1 -1 11 1 ai '" %  .VTSMAN lintlfl Local Groups See 'Caught in the Act' S S GREENSERG ..' Hartl "i 1 %  nn %  % %  v Miami Hi A l.l V IXW ....... written !>y Rabbi Herbert Baum., %  • %  rnrH MrWrfnev F-i-ir. %  '•' %  •'•• %  %  • \: • • %  : %  II. -ar,.. tt ...1 A. wrs .1 agin, and featurii Cha les Shel• .. • ir ... %  %  • %  1 %  • • vil Maxwell N. an I H %  %  A • • ...... 1 %  • %  : led .... MRS. BEATRICE V STEINMAN AT VugUBt, Ir.. K \ .-. • ai %  • Do vnstatrs don Kodner u;>presented, at Temp'.' Beth Am 0:: Friday at 8:15 p.m. < | Cantor Kodner sang excerpts from the Bible, "Pr lyer for Peace,' with music by Max Janowsky, the Chassidic poem. \ :i. me I • God.' .1 %  1 I Room has P >t this summer Palmach, Jewish social clubs, vMhose members en15th st crosstown with joyed the original mus il omedy lew bridge." revue, "Caug i e Act Bui Sasso said that, despite the Because of the livei I mass ress tj taxes must not be appeal -.'aught m the Act' increased ia this time of economic revue, it has become a favorite with famiK paychecks Dade and Broward county ftmdmusl be stretched to the_ limit in raising and fun-seekmg organizaorder to do the necessary job for i tions and groups home and country." Successful evenings have already 11 elected, Sasso pledges "to sebeen sponsored by several Jewish cure added desirable industry for War Veterans Posts in the area. North Mia %  • We need these payLast Sunday evening. West Miami ro" me Israeli mart htn ng, "Shir Palmac folk songs. OLu. turte* JAC09 KATZ ;•; if 760 Jeff v '•'" %  .lied Aim 1 I He • an • h -re yi irs .•,.. from New York 11 -i was • ber "f Elks Uodgi ISO md Knighl • 1 '•,;!Lodge 171 He .-> %  :• %  d b> two sons. Hat ind So %  —lc •.,.-.-. \ :„ %  in New mai 1 ineral • 1 from MAURICE SPVACK to balance our economy and chapter of the B'nai B'ruh was al^s ol 18441 ME 19th dl d v ig provide jobs for our growuig popso entertained by "Caught in the ; w *[* N h "dw^TreUred ST illation Act." 1 • i •' '" "' ''''' i= \p 1 1: i.-cini and Knight* of Hur* 1 • • ..1 ;-r WKAI-FM FROM TO BRAHMS 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 V\f.\\ IS trude four da ighters, %  1 %  tii Misses K • %  x 1 Rh md 1 .-1I.IT> ;I11 J ,\. el 1 broth* r and „ ,ter Mrs Hull) I "'" %  • %  I Sen \ 11 Beyer Puneral 1 MRS. FR'EOA G1R-INKEL 1 ,.| 7 ij [j .-, n Miami •' %  ach died Vun 14 Sh %  • • -e six years 11. ,, • %  %  v ,• vas a %  and rung %  %  %  > 'rviving %  sisters, in.%  : %  ,.., %  '.._ • %  [Ighland Part mth o( ...... %  •11 gu; 4 sister. M %  : u brother. Si rvleew wer > %  ivvrsid ilemorla 1 x .LEGAL NOTICE IN TH-: COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY. FLORIOA IN =>ROB*T£ No53413-A IN RK: Bstate of ,-H .-. -' •• : S \ I :; : N>' V 1 ••.-•• 1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS %  ]-,-, \ 1 redlt.irt nd A Persons inn ciali '• %  nan Against -' Estati y,, b) itlfl d ind req 1 r ,.,i •., p %  •• ''.aims md d-.,,. which %  "'I ma> ha< • %  is %  %  \ KI.KN m:\N Ii eased I •• if idi • ..;... %  • • lllSl !., 1 c i nd I Count) ... : ..,-.nonths fro rirsl pub Icatlon h T • %  > r 1 Istral b) Hern .ml'-rne H. T CAIN i %  Mtor ma • %  %  %  •' 1 % %  8 %  -, -. %  %  : %  I Mi.-inil %  : %  1 1 i/23, 9/1-8.' %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME i_AW ha< I %  1 •• %  11 %  %  -. 1 oMMBHCK 'MKNTH id ., the 1 %  • the Ir%  %  'oort %  1 : 'ou i-'i irida MK1 ER •'•• KRI v8 and KANNV1 M \>. ins wifo -. .,\i \ • 1 in for Me] • I 1 'kaa • : • 1-15 HOUSEKEEPER rttotherless Jewish Home 3 T;J.IJ9' CSI.dren. R3om-3oird-Sjl*ry. 1921 S. W. 83rd AVE. Cil! Sunday after 12 00 Noon LEGAL NOTICE IN THE. COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 53674-C IN iti: Efiatate ..f CLARA .1. LOCKWOOD Deceased. NOT CE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor*, and All Persons HavIng Claims or iemanUs Against Bald Bstate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands whii-h >• %  : ma) have against the estate of CLARA .1 LWKWOOD ,1... ised late o* Dade County, norida. to the County Judges of Dade County, and We the same In their offices in thCount:. Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within six calendar months from-tindate of the lii-st publication hereof, or the same will be barred. First publication of this notice on the (5th da) of AuKi'-t. ::'6i At.MA E. TATK, as Kxecutrhi of the Estate of CLARA J LOCKWi 1. M >, deceased. LEONARD J. KAI.ISH Attorney U29 duPont Building Miami 32, i-'iorida 8/25. ft/1-*-15 N }T C : I NOER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW N..-1-i. %  : %  I'.IVKN •' %  • %  • 1 %  la IA > %  u 1 -.. •% .. .I • : \ %  %  %  fs for J S/M. 9/1-8 IN THE C.RCUIT COURT OF TH* I1TH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. N> 61C 8306 NETTIE BERHARDT Plaintiff HKI.I.Ml I'll BERNHARDT Defendant NOTICE BY PU3LICATION TO IIKI.1..NM I'll I'.KRNHARIM 1 defendant 177 Itoute 804 New CM\, New York YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIPIBD thai a Complaint for Divorce has 1 n fl!eM against you, and you are hereb) required to serve %  cop) of > mr answer on the Plaintiff's ittorney, DONALD K FROST, 10S3 Dunont Building, Miami 32, K orlda, and filthoriginal mswer in thoffice ihClerk of thCircuit Court on or l.ef.,re the ISth da) of September. 1981, or thallegations n be taken as confessed against >u 1>ATED at Mi-imi. Dade blorida, tins Uth day of August, 1961 Il II. LKATHKRMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court (seal) By: H. H LAN WAY fieputy Clerk 8/18-2... 9/1-ti IN THE COUNTV JIJOGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DOE COUNTY. FLO^'TA 1*. PR33ATE No. 53298 A IN RE El .' o* M VRV LBV -A H tj NOT CE TO CRED'TORS v ...iv. rTnvtiniH or Demands Aga si SAld Ifle I ind 1 %  iv I igalnni %  ..M \ ; :" NE I le liti 1 .... %  %  pi da 11 %  lor %  ..vill %  ... „ \ % %  I, %  • %  IN TM= CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EL.EVE.NTH JUOIC AL C RC'JT OF FLORID*. IN AND "OR OAOE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No 61C 3845 ARTHl'R K i.cviNi; Plalnl ff, \ \NI IREA R l-KVINK 1 lefendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: AN'MtKA R I.KVINK Mailing Address ttener-il Delivery New York City, N.Y YOI' AUK HKRKBY NOTIKBB that a Complaint for Divorce has been filed igalnsi you and ) IU i r e hereby 1 to ier\ e .1 (. op) of your Answer or other defensive pleadings to the Compliint on the Plaintiffs Attorneys, PAUNCB, KINK A FORMAN, 1502 Congress Building, Miami, Florida, and file the iriglnal thereof In the office of 'he cierk of the above on or before the 18th day of September. i96i. otherwise the laid Complaint win be taken aa >••">1 bj you DATED this I Ith d i) of August, %  161 1:. B LEATHERMAN Clerk of Circuit Co ifcuie County, KI-irida (seal) By: K. H LANW A v. IH-uut) Clerk S/18-2J, 9/1-1



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Page 2-A ••Jfnisr ITh rffdltr Tiiday. August 25, \%\ Kennedy Lauds Hadassah Program at Confab Opener POLITICAL NONIDENTIftCATfOH PAGE 9-4 PENVCR— (JTA>—The 47th national convention of Ha his personal gift to Cedl rof Lebanon HDspiti The"Cedar of Leben Tree'" will til iat< Ij b< cast ir aluminum and Ih • on oi the ni c f coi ributor s 1 • w i .'.. n lobbj : rs after thi pit; ntr; .: %  i • r more will have his %  ee, ac%  : i %  -. he 1 n ..• salen "It is a pi rtW rable timber Sa] and it symbolicly represents strength—the very things edars is being built to improve." NEW YORK — (JTA) Jacques Lipchitz, or.e of the world's foremost sculptors, has bequeathed 300 oPmT"orlginal creations in clay, his ei.t.rt Life's work, to the Jerusalem Museum of Art. currently under construction, it was announced here bj Billy Rose, chairman cf the museum's art committee. The Lipchitz gilt was accepted by Samuel Rubin, president of the America Israel Cultural Foundation. "This is one of the outstanding art contributions of our ume," said Mr. Rubin. "It will do much to make Jerusalem the cultural capital of the Middle East. "Mr. Lipchi z' works will be hcuscc in a special pavilion in Cue Jerusalem museum tnat wii. DC for him what the Rodin Museum in Pfris is for the celebrated French artist. Its QOOrs will welcome people from Israel's neighboring countries in a spirit of good will." Mr. Rose announced that t h e Lipchitz Pavilion, budgeted at 8450,000. will be completed by 1963 The new facilities of the Jerusalem Museum oi Art.'" he said, "will cost approximately $5,000,000. which $2,500,000 is presently ,, ible." ^termites work all year around "Whfe Studtnls Are Individuals" ADELPH! PREP Junior & Senior High School • Regular and Accf!?rot>d Courses • After-School Tutoring Clacsos %  %  See Bool '' :*n Oewpfown J: -vr .--L -. S-.bcld Bid 1, PL 7-7623 FR 4-8683 ^^^ %  ktiv^asniasvvmiH i^ppSe eWiCt PRfSCJNPTfON OPTICIANS FASI CENTER THE SOUTH La"ges1 Sc ection in Latest Sty es foi Wen and Womei Fftlf c il< %  SPACE IN KUt ;: .. r, an TO Busts 72S LINCOLN ROAD roa fee Ma'D Phone Jl 8-0749 ocu :"." ptfscMPrioiis Fiuea CONTACT LENSES PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. "Miami's Leading Memorial Dealers" Serving /he Jewish Community S.n:e 1926 WAMS ONi AND ONLY JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS CATERING SXCLUSIVEIT TO THE JEWISH CLIENTELE GUARANTEED imisi QUALITY V0SUMESTS AT LOWEST PRICES ;N MIAMI I RRrV* MARKERS HEADSTONES •i^CSTONES Only S25.00 Why Pay More? Buy for less ot Palmer's and Save I A'-i Mcnumenfs Custom Mode in Our Own Shops within 3 Days I 3277-79-81 SOUTHWEST 8th STREET St/i to Coiner ot 33rd Avtnvt PHONES 'I HI 4-0921 HI 4-0922 Cantor Conviser Back from Israel Cantor David Conviser. of Temple Beth Sholom. has returned from an extended tour of Israel, where he supervised the music program ( of the World Youth conclave cele; bratine' Israel's Bf.r Mitzvah year j this summer. He aiso joined the Zimuri i ..,' ol Jewish Choirs which mace a concert tour ci Is%  • ... for Isra n the su youth ir %  %  • %  %  %  : %  • Rabbi Joseph E. Fockovsky 4S MICHIGAN AVE.. MIAMI BEACH Phone )t 1-3595 WE INSTALL GLASS EOtt EVERY PiJRPOSE STORE FRONT PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS furniture Tops, Serried Mirrors and Resilvtrimg L-i: Spetiallf L & G. GLASS AND MiRROR WORKS ~*T 136 S.W. 8th ST. MeerisOrMa "hone FR M3tJ INSURANCE ONE STOP AGENCY JRWELRY—PURS— MISCELLANEOUS PLOATRRS AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY A PHYSICAL DAMAGI Limits to meet foot netdl Tho Ao*ncy that CAN toy YESI Do't let yoor agent say "It Ca't %t Doa*** WKERKAN INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. „ SSTVEJi "Progressing with Our Many Scrdsiied Customera" ANOTHER LOCATION FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE C0ULT0N BROS. 4*7" • "MAVW %  "NAT" YOUR TEXACO ROYS 840 S.W. ark St. Coral Way & S.W. 27th Ave nt bl fitAUTIFUL OF CHAPtLS... ROOF LEAK? CALL VIC TOR CO Let us repair it or apply a new cne. For free estimate phone: ACME ROOFING CO. 0X1-1321 OUukUti KUC ChfcHi It. (0RAI W8LU A FAMILY TRADITION Based Upon liiii:;'. m to Service Tht % %  %  nt in Comfort SO •<(.-' ot Eipenence Most Medtrn racllitiei fkisoMI ltd Altsntien *no C.-nr to Detail MEMORIAL CHAPELS SSSS VUHJOfloo avtnuo ism M Utet torn IJM1 Normans* Dr„, """ itlterton i list „_ .. MIAMI %  MfM* RM m l* 17m street Rlfhljnc MRU Urr t .not,,, f,„,e,i| Blr.clO.


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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.)
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REUNION IN MIAMI
Lillian Wucher, now Mrs. James Bulova. graduated from Miami
High School a few more years ago than she would like to count She
and her husband. Jim. Jane and Ralph (all red heads) visited her par-
ents Mr and Mrs. Jack Wucher. Susan, their older daughter is cur-
rently on a Young Judaea tour in Israel. Susan will be starting as a
Iresnman at the University of Syracuse in the fall.
Lillian says that in all the times they have come to Miami this
to the first that Jim has acted just like a tourist. He went fishing in
the Keys, visited the Florida National Park, and saw to it that the
whole family got a beautiful tan to take back to Lobbs Ferry, N.Y.
Werner Kahn
MRS. VINCENT PLANCO
Miss Lutsky Now
Mrs. Planco
Miss Diana Laura Lutsky and
Vincent Michael Planco were uni-
ted in marriage Sunday, Aug. 13.
at the Seville hotel. Rabbi Jonah
Caplan performed the 2:30 p.m.
ceremony which was followed by a
reception in the hotel's Alhambra
room.
The bride's parents are Mr. and
Mrs. Sol Gerber, of 846 Jefferson
ave.. Miami Beach The groom is
the son of Mrs. Florence Planco.
2730 Collins ave., and Alfred M.
Planco, of New York City.
The new Mrs. Planeo's gown
was of imported peau de soie with
bouffant skirt trimmed in aleneon
lace terminating in a cathedral
train. The tiered French illusion
veil was attached to a miniature
crown of seed pearls.
Serving the bride as matron of
honor was Mrs. Libby Schechter.
Francine Friedwald and Mrs
Susan Wiengard were bridesmaids ,
Phyllis Sherman, cousin of the
bride, was junior bridesmaid.
Best man was Harold Dresner, j
jand Ernest Markowitz and Earl i
j Dowling, the groom's brother-in !
law, served as ushers.
The young couple both grad-
uated from Miami Beach Senior
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Kahlenbert. of
1438 Jefferson ave Miami Beach,
announce the engagement of their
daughter. Lorraine, to Lester
Feuer. son of Mr. and Mrs Samuel
Feuer. 4300 SW 7th ave.
The future bride, is an alumna
of Miami Beach High School and
the University of Miami. Her fi-
ance is a graduate of Rutgers r.
versity and the University of Mi-
ami law school. He is presently a
certified p.;tnc- accountant on Hi
ami Beaeh.
The young couple are planning
an Octobei wedi ing.
: BIRTHDAZE :
Happy grandparents. Mr. and
Mrs. Shepard Broad, in Scotch
Plains. N.J.. for a look at Deborah
Lea. born July 19 to the former
Ann Broad and husband. Irvine
Bussel.
Just one year and five davs be-
fore. July 14. I960 to be exact, big
brother Daniel Jay, was born : Mor
ris Broad, of American Savngsand
Loan Assn. of Miami Beach, uncle
of the two youngsters, planning a
visit with them in September.
Another little fellow with a new '
sister. Ivan Dean, welcomed Gigi i
Dee on Aug. 8. Tots belong to Mr
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Friday August 18. 1961
*Jenisf) fUridliari
Fischers Will
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The t
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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
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" 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
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Bmanuel Handel and members of i
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Jewish Congregation at an open;
house on Sunday from 10 a.m. toi
6 p.m.

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Jtnist FkrMljr
Friday, Augvist 18. lgtj
Israel Bond Chief Back from Latin
American Planning Trip for Good Will
i'tburning this week from a
v.' rhrifld trip through the (
K. < complete plans for tnt
'r;.r-AnuTican Friend- of Israel
(.i i d Will Tour," Dr. Aaron Kahai
ecutive director of the Israe,
Bi d Organization, reported a
number of fresh developments in
ci oection with the event.
I r Kahan's island-hopping trip
tcok him to a number of capital-
where he met with government of-
ficials and representatives cf the
variom local Jewish communities
tr complete plans for the festivities
li take place in each of the ports
of call.
Three hundred Miami Jewish
leaden will eke part in the Part-
t-~-eriean Tour on the firsf Carib-
tci-i voyage of tr.e Israel Zim lux-
cry '.\r.tr, S5 Jerusalem. The
tz*r vwili depart from Miami on
November 19 and return Dec. S.
: Kfch.,n pointed out that news
lour has created such a stir
: it has been decided
orgai .' a cruise in Israel to
i the -hip directly from Haifa
Miami.' This will be the first
istory that an Israeli liner
will sail directly from Israel to
-ii.
The .-chedule of events in con-
Metier with the cruise beginning
with the festive reception upon the
lin wal of the SS Jerusalem in Mi-
an and the Captains Dinner that
will include official recep-
Gurion and Mapai Win
Continued from Page 1A
satisfaction and unrest over Mapai
economic policies and the Lavor.
affair.
T*-e election leaves Premier
Ee-Gurion just where he was
it':-! t-.; elections, with no
t *i- end decisive mandate tc
-:n a new government, aro
ct ee-d to find new bases for
to 'ebcration in a coalition gov-
trame-.t with the partners with
whom h* fell out in the previous
reg'me.
T-e results are from returns of
. ;. civilian polling statio:.;
several hundred army pulhn.
- -till tc. 1.1 cl within
j the governments cf tr.e
:s countries to be visited.
-- with the Jewish commu-
I nities. and sightseeing tours
During ijis quick trip along the
of the cruise. Dr. Kahan met
with government officials in Haiti.
Curacao. Venezuela. Colombia, the
Panama Canal Zone and Mexico.
Describing festivities to take
place in each of the ports of call.
Dr. Kahan said that 'the ceremon-
ies of our arrival will vary from
port to port, depending upon the
customs and folkways of the land.
In each country, as we sight shore,
we will be met by colorfully-deco-
rated boats with bands in native
costume, ushering us into port.
Representatives cf the govern-
ments will then board ship and of-
ficially receive us in the spirit of
Pan-American neighbors with
whem we share a common friend-
ship for Israel.
"The receptions within the coun-
tries are being pWined along the
following lines:
"In Haiti, we will be guests of
the government at a gala affair at
the Grand Casino where a special
folk show will be presented in our
honor.
"In Curacao, we will entertain
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with the newly-appointed Israeli
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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
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Friday, August 25. 1961 +Je*isti Fkricfi^r Page 11-A '4 a niagnificent tribute to the memory of departed loved ones • HAT IS THE METHOD OF BURIAL N THE COMMUNITY MAUSOLEUM? Each chamber, or crypt, has fresh i,.: circulating through it, always. Thai makes possible the most fa• rr ble conditions for the continued safe-keeping of your loved — No other form of burial offers trier? complete protection than that in Mount Nebo's beautiful Community Mausoleum. WHY ABOVE GROUND BURIAL? %  -ground burial fulfills a heart leant, the peace of mind that from knowing that your departed loved ones rest securely IT. the permanent protection of beautiful chambers, ABOVE the earth. From the Bible and from history from the Cave of Machpelah—to our modern mausoleums we see that above-ground entombment affords the highest tribute we can pay to those whose i .-> %  we wish to honor. WHERE IS IT LOCATED? Community Mausoleum is m a large, beautiiully ed area (Section 9). oi Nebo Cemetery. Mount Cemetery is in the heart of : convenience and accesI :>' from every direction by car cr bus. Miami's oldest and 1 •: beautiful. Mt. Nebo is recog?.s one of the country's leadKclusively Jewish cemeteries. HOW LAR6E WILL IT BE? ^"hen completed. Mount Nebo's Corr.munity Mausoleum will contain 624 Crypts. 4 Family Rooms i nc a Columbarium. The first unit of the Mausoleum contains 144 Crypts and Family Room. It will be ftnished in units and those who I ke selections now will benefit iT; both price and choice of location. MAT IF THE SPACE IS NEEDED BEFORE >E MAUSOLEUM IS FULLY COMPLETED? porary above-ground burial is available now if the need fci it should arise before the entire Ioleum is completed. In any • ;.se. now is the time to reserve apartments in the CommunityMausoleum, so that you will not be fjced with the effort and expense of burial arrangements fct a time when you are less able to cope with them. Your inquiries fcre most welcome and will be bntwered promptly. NOW... above-ground burials are available at the beautiful new Architect's sketch of typical Family Room. COMMUNITY MAUSOLEUM 1st UNIT ALREADY COMPLETED 2nd and 3rd UNITS NOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION This racy surprise you. II you can afford conventional earth buricl for your departed loved ones, you can NOW afford to honor them with above-ground burial, in the protection of airy, ventilated chambers, within the most magnificent of all mausoleums. This is now possible, at the average cost of earth burial ... if you act promptly to beccrr.e one of the privileged owners of the preferred burial apartments in Mount Nebo's new Community Mausoleum. HOW is this possible? How can entombment in a majestic marble mausoleum, usuc.y associated with the wealthy and famous, now be brought within the reach of virtually every Jewish family? Consider the earth burial ccsls that do not exist in above-ground burial. You scve the costs cA a cemetery lot, preparation of graves, vaults, monuments, and care oi. the burial lot. ... the cost of above-ground apartments in the Community Mausoleum. And yeu may spread your payments over 3 years ... or if you prefer o 5-yeor payment plan. Act wisely, act now ... for the best location! and lowest prices. After the building if finished, prices will be at least 25% higher than the present pre-completion prices of each unit. Only early purchasers will rttf iva the maximum saving. YOU HAVE ONLY ONE COST Act Today Moil the Coupon below, or phone MO 1-7693 Family Crypts are a Definite Part of the Jewish Tradition The Talmud is replete with descriptions of Kuchin (Crypts). Even dimensions for family rooms were given in cubits, to contain the number required for various family needs. They were small rooms without windows, hewn out of the rock, or in the walls of caves. The surrounding area was beautifully landscaped, and won for the Jewish cemeteries the admiration of trie Romans, who spoke of them as "hortus Juadaeorum" (Garden of the Jews'*. So attractive were they, that in earlier days, it was reported to King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylonia, "The burial grounds in Jerusalem are fairer than Royal Palaces." The family plot in the cemetery, the family section or private room in the mausoleum, are tangible aspects of the belief in "Hosh'oros Hanefesh." in the survival of the soul, and the permanence of the family as an entity WOUNT NEBO CEMETERY Miami's most beautiful exclusively Jewish Cemetery MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY 5505 N. W. 3rd Street, Miami, Florida F'ease send me, without obligation, further details on your Community Mausoleum. NiVE. (please print) STREET. C'TYRONE. STATE. 'I :


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 YORKHigh on the agen-
da ol the 47th national convention
df Hadassah, the Women's Zionist
Organization Oi America, will he
discussion of international affairs
and Americas role of leadership
in the tree world. Mrs. Moses P.
more than 318.000 mem hers in
1.320 chapters and groups through
out the United States and Puerto
Rico. The convention will formu-
late Hadassah's American and Is-
rael programs for the next year.
The first convention plenary ses-
sion on Sunday night. Aug. 20. will
underscore the need lor utilizing
Aliyah Hadassah
Slates Meeting
eroup of Hadassah, newly-
fo ei group of the Miami Beach
,v was to have a member-
. member meeting on Thurs
daj I p.m., at the Morton Towers.
:.. j rd.
Mrs Rae Kesslcr. first life mem-
hi ol Aliyah, who has just re"-
:! trom a tour of Israel, was
,. .-, on the highlights of her
' I
social hour of names was to
Mrs. Isadore Goldberg is
ol the day. and her co-
rn wen Mesdames Lillian
as, Esther Bergman. Kuth Ep
and Caiman Spiro. Mrs
i !'.iclis is president.
Marc Abramson models new-
est style in children's ap-
parel, designed at Training
Center for the Blind. Nathan-
ya, Israel, maintained by the
Women's League for Israel.
The garment, displayed with
others at the Israel Exhibit of
Chicago's International Trade
Fair, will be available in de-
partment stores.
tiormony Chapter Party
mony chapter. B'nai B'rith
V. i n, is having a card party with
i and refreshments at the Lu-
ll hotel Tuesday evening. Mrs.
m Horowitz is chairman of
vent.
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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-
iliary. ;ind Mrs. Obbie Rosenthal.
past president.
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and Auxiliary will sponsor a "Nite
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Aug l!ti. at the Carillon hotel.
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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
..:... Jewish C< nter
; -
T1".: : 50 S\H 51S1 pi., II
.y i i Miami, and
..... :..:;: : etween the
. g<.- f three i fiv< lor nursi i j.
. garten, and readiness
: 11 gTI
Under the g.::dance of ;.censed
teachers, th children enjoy a pro-
ti of music, art. daneir.e. games
play, storytelling, and trips.
These activities are all integrated
at the appropriate seasons with the
! celebration of Jewish and Ameri-
can holidays.
The reading program of the
readiness for first grade class pre-
pares children for entrance into
the f:r.-l tirade of public schools.
A school bus is provided for the
transportation of those who require,
it.
casl their votes in the country's
tifth gt neral election.
From 14 party lists, Israel was
Choosing the 120 members of its
next Knesset.
Voting was very heavy in this
Citj during the early hours Tues-
day morning, since weather fore-
casts had predicted the extraordir.
arily high temperatures. By noon.
the crowds at the polling stations
had thir.ned down, but they were
.xpected to become heavier again
later in the day.
In soite of an election cam-
paian which, except in Tel Aviv,
irenerared little excitement on
the who'e, it was believed that
the toral vote would be very
heavy, with a very large percen-
tage of Israel's 1,260,000 reg-
istered voters exercising their
franchise.
The ( try's police forces were
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i au said thai his followers
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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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Page I4-A Jm Uli fhr/Jtor Friday, August 25. 13Si Cap/'fol SpotUqht: By MILTON FRIEDMAN Kennedy Administration Going Soft on Campaign Promise Washington THE UNITED STATES, seemng %  Arab votes in the coming session of the Cnited Nations Genera! Assembly, is leaning over backward in pursuit of Arab friendship There are obvious indications: The United States refused to sell meteorological research rockets in Israel, but U.S. Javelin and Viper rockets were provided to Nasser's United Arab Republic. Soviet Ilyushin jet bombers still arrive in the UAR. Egyptian bombing crews are now well trained by the Soviet Air Force. Yet Washington continues to refuse Israel purely defensive anti-aircraft arms such as Nike ground-to-air missiles. The West German army has been supplied with hundreds of Nikes with conventional warheads. In its anxiety to win Arab favor, the State Department discounts Nasser's collaboration with proCommunist elements in rising African regimes. A plan is now being discussed to invite Nasser to Washington as a state guest. The White House virtually rejected a new complaint by American seamen that U.S. ships are being denied Sue/ Canal transit if they dare call at Israeli ports. State Department officials confided "offtherecord" that "we mean no harm to Israel.'' The Israelis have done a grand job. We are issuing tht m large development loans and surplus foods. But anyone with America's own basic interest tore most in their loyalty mini see the urgency Oi outmaneuvering the Communist bloc by gaining some ba anting status among "neutrals." We simply can't afford to ignore growing Arab power and influence. The state Depai tine ol thinking goes like tins: "The dictates el sound diplomacy suggest neutrality in the ArabIsrael dispute. America I own interest require.avoidance of undue identity with a nation rejected, lor understandable reasons, by so many countries whose good will we want. America must look to ::> own survival Israeli diplomats understand cur position better, indeed, than some ol Israel's emotional supporters in the United States." The State Departments newposition papers, submitted to the White House, are Overseas Newsletter: B y EUAHU SALPHER After Five Years .em AFTER FIVE YEARS ol covering *"* e-. ents Isi ael ih Tele graphic \ ncy, this correspondent is again on hi~ waj to the United States The Israel of August, 1961 is qui • i t i j from Israel ol NovemI 156 which, as you will remember, tl of the Sinai camp;.. The head} wine ol Sinai victory came right alter the oppressive years of tightening blockade, increasingly murderous fedayin attacks and more and more overt hostility b> Egypt. Breaking the psychological effect of the Arab aggression on the Israel population was no less significant than the political and military outcome ot the Israel victory It gave the population self-confidence and the knowledge that the quality of the man behind the gun is still the important tailor. What happened in the past five years can be traced, directly on indirectly, to the outcome ot the Sinai campaign. Israel learned what has become a cardinal principle of its defense policy: :i; an) combat with the Arabs, the first 48 hours are of decisive importance. To stand up in those 48 hours. Israel must be at least qualitative!) equal in armament to the Arabs (liven that qualitative equality in planes, tanks, rockets and communications the higher educational level, the ureater intelligence md the better training of the Israeli officers and soldiers can balance the quantitative inequality of armaments. The Sinai victory opened up the door for Israel to Asia and to Africa. This was done both literally by opening up the Gulf of Eilat to Israel navigation' and politically, by the respect gained bv Israel. On the back ground of that victory. Israel's Increasing efforts to provide technical assistance to newly independent nations particularly in Africa, gained their proper perspective' One of the fundamental principles of Israel assistance was: aid without asking political payment in return. Israel said quite openlv that a.d given to anv newlv independent nation to strengthen its economy and speed up its development makes that nation less impervious to outside pressures, be it from Moscow or from Cairo Today, this is a generally accepted principle also in Washington. London and Paris But only a few years ago the principle of "Who is not w.th me is against me" was much more prevalent. n Aci/ir yearS a JCXCept for one or two countries in Asia, the knowledge of Israel in any country was largely dependent on the size and efficiency of the Jewish com mumty m that country. Today. Israel is known and highly appreciated in scores of countries which have never seen a^Jew before the first Israeli expert or adviser arrived reflected in President Kennedy's recenl tters to Arab rulers. President Kennedy i" iesir^ for Israel's repatriation and compensation of the Araij refugees. It was later revealed, by authoritative saurcei, that Mr. Kennedy did not rule out reseit}j;meaU.)f some of the Arab refugees in Arab lands in aJd.tioT to compensation and repatriation by Israel. Th! White House concept, reflected by Secretary of S:a:-; ... -.; %  -. %  %  Browsing With Books: By HILARY MiNOUN Out of the Dark, Exquisite Stories ONE HUNDRED CHILDREN. By Lena KuchierSilberman. Adapted from the Hebrew by David C. Gross. 2L8 pp. New York: Dscfcteday and Company. $4.50. THE IRONIES OF life are inevitably cruel ones It %  has become a commonplace irons now, this ne — that out of the darkest days of man's out of the pit of unspeakable horror ;h;:t was : ler's Europe, have come such exquisite stories of heroism, courage and love. "M) Hundred Children' is another of those shining accounts which literally lights up the darkness. Lena Kuchler-Silbermaii was a school tea< in Poland when the Germans came. Are; her family was destroyed, and her infant daughter died i: im lack of food, >he survived the war years b) lye her hair blond and posing as a Catholic govern s After the war. she made her way to a Jewish r center, and it was there that she first saw the children — some forty orphans, ranging in age from two to fourteen Not one child was whole .wd healthy. Emaciated and starving, their bones seemed to come rtghl through the skin. Sores, boils and scars covered their bodies. At night they screamed and cried. Most could not read or write. Some had seen their parents killed. Four-year-old Zosia had lived for two yearin a closet, hidden there by a Gentile woma janitor who had warned her never to speak i never to come out: now she neither moved oke. Esther, tubercular and emotionally Iis had seen her little brother killed b) a -: %  of water poured into his throat crying would not endanger the group hidd in .. bunker. Tl these children, and to tlu • %  : the Convents where they %  shell iften baptized ami from • i ho had saved them. Len < .; She begged for them, sold and traded*to gel medicine, clotheai ESventt ed false passports and a bus drivel into Czocnosl ivakia am to Israel Although Mrs Kuchler Silber %  • %  • band, whom she met in Israel, ter of •heir own. she is still "Moth i ho gather together avi r) Passo\ ai I n Tel Aviv. This book. w| seller in Israel, Y as starte wh< n --• •.. %  • Mayo Clinic in 1952: sick and • write of her life and her > %  '•: returned to Israel the manuscript • %  pounds. The result — -really edited, 1 si is tins simple, poignant tale, anoth r warn ment of human love The English :c the way, is by David C. Gross, wl Friedman's "The Hunter." Panorama: By DAVID SCHWART2 is that the Arabs should be given on to choose whether they wish to return to Israel Bat th? CAR s response revealed true Arab in teatioas. The Arabs want no real solution, bul exploit the Arab refugees as a political weapon ; destroy Israel. A Damascus radio broadcast told the Ara "Mr. Kennedy can suggest to Israel to accept 25Q 000 refugees, but this is not all our claim y.-' Kennedy can mediate and put pressure on Israel while we stand aside to see the outcome of his pressure. I: we find that it fits our demands, then w < will accept ... if net. then we shall oppose arty yielding ." Last year, during the campaign, Mr. Ken:' solemnly promised to support the basic right; of American citizens subjected to discrimination by Irab -' l !S He said: "The question of impartial betwe l ly nations becomes irrelevant. Th > • taril) a statement of America's duty t> x i • cil sens w Administration failed to • pleme amerdment. co-sponsored by Mr. Kenn \ The amendment urged iranca of U.S. aid to Arab states practicing ooyc Today, the Adi finds Itsefl accused of "wa e the anti-bias clause In the new fore z bill. t?*' Tfie Record By NATHAN Z!?*IX Ar -". %  The Teacher Shortage HI A NUMBER OF readers have Wl ** In questioning the accuracy o tation of the Hebrev shortage. It is true, the pictur I was a discouraging one. but it was base.I on facts, there was no Ac could do about it Let th mistake — if the tragic dean brew teachers is not overcome b) an in Jewish community that is generally J ery emergency, our Jewish educational struct i nde Dwelling in the Hebrew teacher shortage al American Ass i K ''-'-ation, P i Lown, president, cauti ned ts are that the shortage will gr n the years ahead To meet 11 have to injeel I ;ith md teachers [uali ..: vh im irs, while 73 %  es %  %  %  ii • •• • %  keep t hi mplish Ion t • m tea : %  %  %  ing attii %  jingle ansv %  • .-. le words of my good i -.Sit • I '% %  '•.-h youth to -• I w )f a Jewish teacher. This goefor his s ij %  • etc Jewish Place Names in Early Western History yHE STORY OF peopling of the Amei lean West is a great epic. The Jew; too. had a part in this saga. Here ar some high points: California: Many Jews came wit Ihe gold rush 'The first San Francisc directory of 1850 listed approximate! 100 Jewish names. Washington Bar lett. son of a Jewish mother, first BUS gested that the city be named San Fran'.,.. Oregon: Brig. Gen. Salomon, hero of Gettysburg was one of the first territorial governors. The city S Hepp is named after a Jew. nwppne W ?l hin9 ? n: The first brick building ,n Seattle was erected by a Jew, Sigmund Schabacher. Ariione: Abraham Goidwater was one of the firs* p.oneers. Morris Goidwater was mayor of Present £££&5t£ m c >1 -** *—^i Montana: Henry Jacobs was the first muv >r ) r and Helena Helena, the capitol city, was nan: Helena Goldberg. •Vyoming: Henry Altaian was one of the first • Q to settle at the Indian trading post of Cheye le, b vame known as the Grand Old Man of Wyoming. Colorado: Lcadville. famous as a mining camp, id a synagogue ten years before Colorado became a stal Texas: Samuel Isaacs was one of a group wfait m with Austin's first colony. Henry Castro brought 5,000 European colonists to Texas. Nebraska: Harris L. Levy, pioneer homesteader, was one of those massacred by Indians at Kearney. Edgar Kosewater was founder of the first newspaper in Nebraska, the Omaha Bee. North Dakota: Cnique for the number of Jewish firm colonies established at various points, such as Marxian. Webster and Devils Lake region. South Dakota: Town of Strool named after Ben Stroo! Minnesota: The Samuels brothers ran a trading m Minnesota about the time Longfellow was writing about Hiawatha in the same general area



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Reach nan iih : ie %  .-: i I 1 adl %  • %  HE K 'OHI .• %  i.i ROSA FI8HMAN %  BY HENRY LEONARD LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER F CTiTIOUS NAME LAW IS 1 1 GIVEN that aigni er t he fI • nami 'ERY A 1 2651 S.W. it '•' • : • di Intel w Ith thi i "li the i %  • %  .... Florida • M I ..>N, • i iwner • Li H I.MBERG, Al to] ni .. fi r J< e Ml >• vsi.n I 18-26, l-> i "And Benny, when we grow up, will you get me a mink coat, a Cadillac, a swimming pool and other such status symbols?" \ LEGAL NOTICE i uEGAL NOTICE -,-S ; RCJIT COL R T CP THE ;--,.-: ii.c r : "CF .:N AND FOR DA3E N C HANCERY %  • 61CI NOTICE UNDER PXTITIOUS NAME LAW M Tl 'E IS HERE! 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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?^
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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:
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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.
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Mdoy. August 25, 1931 +Jenl§tfhridltor Page 3-A |Gen. Marshall o Address JNF By Special RsssrV-'W YORK "• ,,f ,he .., National Fund breakfast l ;it 8:30 a.m.. one of the I „f the ZOA convention. I at the Waldorf-Astoria ho' '.. New York City n Aug. 30, M v ; ,ti address J' the noted .':'.„•, analyst and lecturer. Gen. ; \ Marshall. prominent amons the otaer lecture addressing the JNF breaklast will be Albert Schiff. JNF president. Judge Bernard Rosenblatt chairman of the JNF Fcun. and Mendel N fisher, ex., %  director of the Fund. Ctn. Marshall's close identif cation with the State of Israel Jaes back lo 1956, when he flew to Israel to observe the Sinai I campaign. He has written ex|t?-s'vely about rbe campaign and is considered to be a leading [authority on this dramatic chapItin the life of tft* State of llsiel. B : ;il the turn %  >'. the century. Mar-hall ha? served in both .!) Wars with listlnction, par\ u in battles on both Eu Asiatic sctors. H< amed Historian >f the Arm it. Occupation on Sept. l. 1945. H is re< ailed u< active duty ir 1..; and served luring the Kor ej inflict in 1950 to '51 TELEPHONE PROP£?LY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET Answerite, Inc. Israel's Population Over 2 Million GIN. MARSHALL Telephone Answering Service SERVING JEfferson — U.: ?n Highland FRanklin Execu* _~ ~".ce FR 3-5581 Terrorists Spur Migration Continued from Page 1-A tween the French Government and i the FLN. The Jews of Algeria. numbering 130.000 now enjov French citizenship, granted to them under the CremietlX Decree in 1870. Ferhat Abbas, leader of the FLN. Hedged that, under an Arab-con rolled, independent Algerian re illblic, Jews would be given equal lghts, along with the Christian minority and the Moslems. However, at the recent Evian peace negotiations between the French jnd the FLN. the representatives if FLN flatly rejected a policy of ranting dual citizenship to any Vlgerians in the projected republic Jews in Algeria fear to rely on the good will of the FLN for the safety of their rights as full citizens, without a constitutional guarantee based on a treaty between the FLN and France. The majority of the Jews who have been leaving Algeria recently are from the smaller towns and from among the poorer classes. However, tension has increased now alxi among professionals, businessmen, and community leaders In the larger centers, Algiers, Oran and Constantino. JERUSALEM — iJTA) — Israel has a record population of 2.170,082 persons, according to provisional results of the May 22 census reported this week. The total is nearly two and a half times as much as that indicated by a previous taken Nov. 11. 1948, six months after Israel statehood was declared. The findings were presented to President Ben-Zvi by Prof. R. Bachi, the government statistician, and senior members of the census staff at a reception Three cities were listed as having populations jf more than 100.000. They were Tel Aviv, with 386,612 residents; Haifa, with 182,007; and Jerusalem, with 166,301 persons. Jerusalem has almost doubled in population since the 1948 census. The next two iargest urban areas are Ramat Can. near Tel Aviv, with more than 90.000 residents, .i n d Petah Tikvah, with 53.000. Forty-nine other towns with populations of from 5.000 to 50,000 include three all-Arab towns, as well as a dozen points in t h e Negev which were unpopulated in 1948. The new Negev settled points range in population from 6.000 in Eilat to 24.000 in Ashkelon. The census data showed that r3e!. Greater Tel Aviv now numwhile Tel Aviv did not match the bers nearly 700.000 persons. L rate of increase of other urban sheba and Ashkelon subdiatrictfl areas, the population growth of its showed a record increase of 170 suburban areas rose at a faster percent, with Safad close behind un pace than that of the rest of Is-1 growth They Willed it, and Adath Yeshurun's New Wing is No Longer a Dream "If you will it, it is not a cream," is the slogan of the North Dade: Jewish community as it attends the new Temple Adath Yeshurun. on Miami Gardens dr., in such numbers that the new sanctuary wing is being rushed to completion in order to accommodate the membership, according to Stanley Golden, president. The new wing will seat over 1,200 people, is air-conditioned, and has facilities for parking 400 cars. High Holiday services will be held in the new wing, and seating arrangements are under the supervision of Jack Schoenfeld. Rabb! Max Zccker is the new spiritual leader of the congregation, and will also direct the educational and cultural program. Registration for the Temple, Hebrew, Sunday and nursery schools and kindergarten is now in progress under the direction of Mr.i. Joseph Gersten. A full schedule of Bar Mitzvah. post-Bar Mitzvah, confirmation and adult studies is being instituted. Plans for the near future call for lakeside picnic grounds, baseball field, playground and patio a Herbert Salzman, chairman of the Is of directors, is head of the building expansion program First Aid Demonstration Underwater rescue and first aid demonstrations in conjunction wit.ii rescue equipment were displayed by the Tamiami Volunteer Rescue Team at an annual barbeque and refreshment party held Sunday. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS INC. 1144 N.W. 10th Av FR 3-7180 .our roof rrsi -3 r .A : >ou iave on a new -u' iter. -factory vs j -^ 0 1 E 'Denencei *•' n /vUGUST BROS ftv7 IS the BEST.' %  *• Prizes Will be Given Prizes will costume, and .. 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Cruel Anti-Semitic Hoax is Exposed
Continued from Page 1-A Mortal Record by Rep. Thomas the newspaper reported. Mr. Hes-
, Abernethy, of Mississippi. When' ter "said lie had read it in some
hoax was clearly calculated to re- a ,ked Mr Ho.ter t0 ive neu,paper. but could not remem-
vive the old CommunisWewish th sourco of the a|, d quotation,; ,er whicn one."_________
plot label, long used by enemies
of American democracy."
A history of the development of
the hoax, and cf efforts to perpvtu-
aiv it. was developed by the JCRC.;
many of the tacts having been ob-1
tained from The Washington Star
which had printed the story in,
March, 1957 and retracted the
report calling it "a hoax." near-
ly a year later. The Star had I
eased its retraction or. Its own ex-
ensive research, after the take
report had been analyzed by Her-
man Edelsberg, director oi the;
Washington otfice ol the Anti-
Defamatioi League oi B'nai B'rith.
Mr. Ed< Isberg pointe out that:'
l Tl i'u ..- no record o! a Com- j
munist leader, philosopher or pam-
pnieieer by tie name oi Isi lei
.: England >r vhere;
o I i ok or pamph .* entitled
A .;.<...: Progran tor the Twen-1
tieth Century" is known to the i.i-
brary of Congress, the British Mu-
seum, or the National I'nion Cat-1
alogue which summarizes the hold-
ings of 800 libraries in the United
States: 3> No United States Execu-
tive or Congressional age cy con-
cerned with combating Commun-
' :sm. all oi Which have extensive '
biographical and bibliographic da-1
; ta. has a record of an alleged
Communist writer known as Israel;
Cohen; 4i The term "Communist
Party" could not have been
by an> Communist writer in 1912.
(i the term was r.o> coined un-
'17. when it was first used by
ounder ol the > Corn-
mun:st Party, Nicolai Lenin.

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The Washington Star did es-
tablish, by contacting Israel Co-
hen, a well-known Anglo Jewish
writer living in Lordon, that the
real Mr. Cohen had never writ-
ten such a beck. The real Israel
Cohen was general secretary of
the World Zionist Organization
from 1922 to 1939, and is the
author of at least two dozen
books, net one of which deals
with Communism.
Among Mr. Cohen's works are a
history of Zionism, travel books,
and books dealing with contempor-
ary Jewish affairs based on his
broad experiences in Jewish work
dating back to 1909. when he was
secretary to the British Zionist
Federation.
The Washington Star stated edi-
orially, alter tracing the hoax:
Certainly one innocent victim of
this fraud has been Israel Cohen.
oi London, a journalist and writer
;l excellent reputation, whose
aame seems to have been gratuit-
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Vconiing to the JCRC and The
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Mrs. Jack August, administrator.
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Page 2-B +Je*isti ftoricfSatin Friday. August 25, •*ll Rabbi Ever Receives Congratulations For Agudath Israel's Tenth Anniversary Rabbi Ranson In New Pulpit Newly-elected spiritual leader ol Hialeah Reform Jewish Congregation, Dr Manus Kanson. will conduct Friday evening services in the Palm Springs Shopping Center. 556 West 49th St., rm. 206. Dr Ranson was ordained at the Hebrew I'nion College of Cincinnati. O.. in 1914. and has served Reform Judaism lor 47 years. He has had pulpits in Paterson and Orange. N. J„ Albany. N. Y.. and during the past 13 years built Temple Km a mi Kl ol Ft Lauderdale to a membership of 200. The International Baptist Seminary bestowed a Doctorate on Rabbi Ranson for hit service* in oood will, and his own alma mater, Hebrew Union College, recently presented him with an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree. A leu years ago. the Christian apartment house owners of Ft. Lauderdale arrived at his home carrying over a hundred "restricted" signs which they had removed t om their properties Displaj oi the signs was "unchristian," they told him Then th.; pil %  •! the signs up in Rabbi Ra n's backyard and huriitd. them. Rabbi I>aac Ilirsch Ever, spiritual leader of Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute, has been receiving congratulations this week on the occasion of Agudath Israel's tenth anniversary celebration. Many prominent local and national personalities are taking note ii the celebration and remarking "on the splendid understanding and great achievement Ol Orthodox Judaism and popularity" of Rabbi Bver's activities here Since the establishment of Agudath Israel ten years ago. the congregation has grown to a membership of some 500. Latest project at Agudath Israel il the proposed first Talmudic Theological College in the South under the aegis of Rabbi Ever. Early Child Program Slated KABBI ISAAC EVfft New Margarine Can Help You By Special Report What margarine should Jewish families use? The new kosher, pareve ItAR-PARV, because the new improved MAR-PARV Margarine is made with pure poly unsaturated corn oil and other vegetable oils, high in vital unoleates to reduce saturated Eats in your family 'a diet. f tis imp • tanl big • linoleic Hi"L" factor In the new MAR-PA IN Vlai the ggest I news ::: a long tim .. vital kej | i I ealth pr i\ eti i i for j i They Donate Torah Scrolls Mr and Mrs. Ph li] Yasser of 505 75th st.. Miami Beach, one ot the gabaim ol Agudath 1st brew Institute, and Mr. and Mrs Samuel Molbegal ol "''15 Byron Bve.. active directors of | gogue. have donated two Sefer Torahs. Rabbi Isaac Hirsh Ever ler. has A program tc ccasion ned. Tl will include speal tde from th lence ol I I inors to march with the Sefer rorahs under a canop; to the 5J D ig igue. 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Fall registration for children from 3 to 6 years ol age In the early childhood development pro gram is now taking place at all lour branches of the Greater Miami .Jewish Community Center, i*. | was announced by Mrs Harry Kaufman, county early childhood; development committee akfdrman The nursery school year will begin on Tuesday. Sep 1 .. 5. and continue Monday througn Friday of each week, through May. Morning session programs are available at all four CenterThere is a full-day program at the Beach YMHA Branch, where a ho! lunch is served daily, in addition to the mid-morning and mid-after noon refreshments Transportation in insured Center vehicles driven by experienced drivers is avail able from home to school and back. The staff consists of 25 professionally trained teachers, a head teacher at each branch, a supervisor and psychiatrist, who serves as consultant to the staff. 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Jm Uli fhr/Jtor
Friday, August 25. 13Si
Cap/'fol SpotUqht:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Kennedy Administration Going Soft on Campaign Promise
Washington
THE UNITED STATES, seemng
Arab votes in the coming ses-
sion of the Cnited Nations Genera!
Assembly, is leaning over back-
ward in pursuit of Arab friendship
There are obvious indications:
The United States refused to
sell meteorological research roc-
kets in Israel, but U.S. Javelin and Viper rockets
were provided to Nasser's United Arab Republic.
Soviet Ilyushin jet bombers still arrive in the
UAR. Egyptian bombing crews are now well train-
ed by the Soviet Air Force. Yet Washington con-
tinues to refuse Israel purely defensive anti-aircraft
arms such as Nike ground-to-air missiles. The West
German army has been supplied with hundreds of
Nikes with conventional warheads.
In its anxiety to win Arab favor, the State De-
partment discounts Nasser's collaboration with pro-
Communist elements in rising African regimes. A
plan is now being discussed to invite Nasser to
Washington as a state guest.
The White House virtually rejected a new com-
plaint by American seamen that U.S. ships are
being denied Sue/ Canal transit if they dare call
at Israeli ports.
State Department officials confided "offthe-
record" that "we mean no harm to Israel.'' The
Israelis have done a grand job. We are issuing
tht m large development loans and surplus foods.
But anyone with America's own basic interest tore
most in their loyalty mini see the urgency Oi out-
maneuvering the Communist bloc by gaining some
ba anting status among "neutrals." We simply
can't afford to ignore growing Arab power and in-
fluence.
The state Depai tine ol thinking goes
like tins: "The dictates el sound diplomacy sug-
gest neutrality in the Arab- Israel dispute. Amer-
ica I own interest require.- avoidance of undue
identity with a nation rejected, lor understandable
reasons, by so many countries whose good will we
want. America must look to ::> own survival Is-
raeli diplomats understand cur position better, in-
deed, than some ol Israel's emotional supporters in
the United States." The State Departments new-
position papers, submitted to the White House, are
Overseas Newsletter: By EUAHU SALPHER
After Five Years
.em
AFTER FIVE YEARS ol covering
*"* e-. ents Isi ael ih Tele
graphic \ ncy, this correspondent is
again on hi~ waj to the United States
The Israel of August, 1961 is qui
i t i j from Israel ol Novem-
I 156 which, as you will remember,
tl of the Sinai camp;..
The head} wine ol Sinai victory came right alter the
oppressive years of tightening blockade, increasingly mur-
derous fedayin attacks and more and more overt hostility
b> Egypt. Breaking the psychological effect of the Arab
aggression on the Israel population was no less significant
than the political and military outcome ot the Israel vic-
tory It gave the population self-confidence and the
knowledge that the quality of the man behind the gun is
still the important tailor.
What happened in the past five years can be traced,
directly on indirectly, to the outcome ot the Sinai cam-
paign. Israel learned what has become a cardinal prin-
ciple of its defense policy: :i; an) combat with the Arabs,
the first 48 hours are of decisive importance. To stand
up in those 48 hours. Israel must be at least qualitative!)
equal in armament to the Arabs (liven that qualitative
equality in planes, tanks, rockets and communications
the higher educational level, the ureater intelligence md
the better training of the Israeli officers and soldiers can
balance the quantitative inequality of armaments.
The Sinai victory opened up the door for Israel to
Asia and to Africa. This was done both literally by
opening up the Gulf of Eilat to Israel navigation' and
politically, by the respect gained bv Israel. On the back
ground of that victory. Israel's Increasing efforts to pro-
vide technical assistance to newly independent nations
particularly in Africa, gained their proper perspective'
One of the fundamental principles of Israel assistance
was: aid without asking political payment in return.
Israel said quite openlv that a.d given to anv newlv
independent nation to strengthen its economy and speed
up its development makes that nation less impervious to
outside pressures, be it from Moscow or from Cairo To-
day, this is a generally accepted principle also in Wash-
ington. London and Paris But only a few years ago the
principle of "Who is not w.th me is against me" was much
more prevalent. n
Aci/ir ,yearS. aJ- CXCept for one or two countries in
Asia, the knowledge of Israel in any country was largely
dependent on the size and efficiency of the Jewish com
mumty m that country. Today. Israel is known and highly
appreciated in scores of countries which have never seen
a^Jew before the first Israeli expert or adviser arrived
reflected in President Kennedy's recenl tters to
Arab rulers. President Kennedy i" iesir^ for
Israel's repatriation and compensation of the Araij
refugees.
It was later revealed, by authoritative saurcei,
that Mr. Kennedy did not rule out reseit}j;meaU.)f
some of the Arab refugees in Arab lands in aJd.tioT
to compensation and repatriation by Israel. Th!
White House concept, reflected by Secretary of S:a:-;
... -.;-.
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MiNOUN
Out of the Dark,
Exquisite Stories
ONE HUNDRED CHILDREN. By Lena Kuchier-
Silberman. Adapted from the Hebrew by David
C. Gross. 2L8 pp. New York: Dscfcteday and
Company. $4.50.
THE IRONIES OF life are inevitably cruel ones It
has become a commonplace irons now, this ne
that out of the darkest days of man's
out of the pit of unspeakable horror ;h;:t was :
ler's Europe, have come such exquisite stories of
heroism, courage and love. "M) Hundred Children'
is another of those shining accounts which literally
lights up the darkness.
Lena Kuchler-Silbermaii was a school tea<
in Poland when the Germans came. Are; her fam-
ily was destroyed, and her infant daughter died i: im
lack of food, >he survived the war years b) lye
her hair blond and posing as a Catholic govern s
After the war. she made her way to a Jewish r
center, and it was there that she first saw the chil-
dren some forty orphans, ranging in age from
two to fourteen
Not one child was whole .wd healthy. Emaciated
and starving, their bones seemed to come rtghl
through the skin. Sores, boils and scars covered
their bodies. At night they screamed and cried. Most
could not read or write. Some had seen their par-
ents killed. Four-year-old Zosia had lived for two
year- in a closet, hidden there by a Gentile woma .
janitor who had warned her never to speak i
never to come out: now she neither moved
oke. Esther, tubercular and emotionally Iis
had seen her little brother killed b) a -:
of water poured into his throat crying
would not endanger the group hidd in .. bunker.
Tl these children, and to tlu .:,. .
the Convents where they shell
iften baptized ami from
i ho had saved them. Len < .;
She begged for them, sold and traded*to gel
medicine, clothe- ai ESventt -
ed false passports and a bus drivel
into Czocnosl ivakia am
to Israel
Although Mrs Kuchler Silber -
band, whom she met in Israel,
ter of heir own. she is still "Moth
i ho gather together avi r) Passo\ ai I
n Tel Aviv. This book. w|
seller in Israel, y as starte wh< n -- ..
Mayo Clinic in 1952: sick and
write of her life and her >':
returned to Israel the manuscript
pounds.
The result -really edited, 1 si _
is tins simple, poignant tale, anoth r warn
ment of human love The English :c
the way, is by David C. Gross, wl
Friedman's "The Hunter."
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWART2
is that the Arabs should be given on
to choose whether they wish to return to Israel
Bat th? CAR s response revealed true Arab in
teatioas. The Arabs want no real solution, bul
exploit the Arab refugees as a political weapon ;
destroy Israel.
A Damascus radio broadcast told the Ara
"Mr. Kennedy can suggest to Israel to accept 25Q
000 refugees, but this is not all our claim y.-'
Kennedy can mediate and put pressure on Israel
while we stand aside to see the outcome of his pres-
sure. I: we find that it fits our demands, then w <
will accept ... if net. then we shall oppose arty
yielding ."
Last year, during the campaign, Mr. Ken:'
solemnly promised to support the basic right; of
American citizens subjected to discrimination by
Irab -' l !S He said: "The question of impartial .
betwe .....lly nations becomes irrelevant. Th >
.......taril) a statement of America's duty t> x
i cil sens
w Administration failed to
pleme amerdment. co-sponsored by
Mr. Kenn \ The amendment urged -
iranca of U.S. aid to Arab states practicing
ooyc Today, the Adi
finds Itsefl accused of "wa e
" the anti-bias clause In the new fore z
bill.
t?*' Tfie Record
By NATHAN Z!?*IX
Ar
-".
.
The Teacher Shortage
HI A NUMBER OF readers have Wl
** In questioning the accuracy o
tation of the Hebrev
shortage. It is true, the pictur
I was a discouraging one. but
it was base.I on facts, there was no
Ac could do about it Let th
mistake if the tragic dean
brew teachers is not overcome b) an
in Jewish community that is generally j .
ery emergency, our Jewish educational struct i
nde
Dwelling in the Hebrew teacher shortage al
American Ass i
K ''-'-ation, P i Lown, president, cauti ned .
ts are that the shortage will gr
n the years ahead To meet 11 -
have to injeel I
;ith md teachers
[uali
..: vh im .
irs, while 73

es .
-
ii
. keep t hi
mplish
......Ion t
m tea
. :
ing attii
-


jingle ansv
.-. le words of my good i -.Sit
I '-'.-h youth to I '
w )f a Jewish teacher. This goe- for his s
.....ij etc
Jewish Place Names in Early Western History
yHE STORY OF peopling of the Amei
lean West is a great epic. The Jew;
too. had a part in this saga. Here ar
some high points:
California: Many Jews came wit
Ihe gold rush 'The first San Francisc
directory of 1850 listed approximate!
100 Jewish names. Washington Bar
lett. son of a Jewish mother, first bus .
gested that the city be named San Fran'.,..
Oregon: Brig. Gen. Salomon, hero of Gettysburg was
one of the first territorial governors. The city S Hepp
is named after a Jew. nwppne
_ .W?lhin9?n: The first brick building ,n Seattle was
erected by a Jew, Sigmund Schabacher.
Ariione: Abraham Goidwater was one of the firs*
p.oneers. Morris Goidwater was mayor of Present
&5t *m c>-1- -** *^i
Montana: Henry Jacobs was the first muv >r )r
and Helena Helena, the capitol city, was nan:
Helena Goldberg.
Vyoming: Henry Altaian was one of the first
Q to settle at the Indian trading post of Cheye le,
b vame known as the Grand Old Man of Wyoming.
Colorado: Lcadville. famous as a mining camp, id
a synagogue ten years before Colorado became a stal
Texas: Samuel Isaacs was one of a group wfait
m with Austin's first colony. Henry Castro brought 5,000
European colonists to Texas.
Nebraska: Harris L. Levy, pioneer homesteader, was
one of those massacred by Indians at Kearney. Edgar
Kosewater was founder of the first newspaper in Nebras-
ka, the Omaha Bee.
North Dakota: Cnique for the number of Jewish firm
colonies established at various points, such as Marxian.
Webster and Devils Lake region.
South Dakota: Town of Strool named after Ben Stroo!
Minnesota: The Samuels brothers ran a trading "
m Minnesota about the time Longfellow was writing about
Hiawatha in the same general area



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Page I4-A 9-Jen isr Fierij&r Friday. August 25, 13SI Capitol Spottiqht: By MILTON FRIEDMAS Kennedy Administration Going Soft on Campaign Promise Washington THE UNITED STATES. s-exing Arab \oles in the coming session of the l'nited Nations General Assembly, is leaning over backward in pursuit of Arab friendship. There are obvious indications: The L'nited States refused to sell meteorological research rockets in Israel, but U.S. Javelin and Viper rockets were provided to Nassers L'nited Arab Republic. Soviet Ilyushin jet bombers still arrive in the UAR. Egyptian bombing crews are now well-trained by the Soviet Air Force Yet Washington continues to refuse Israel purely defensive anti-aircraft arms such as Nike ground-to-air missiles. The West German army has been supplied with hundreds of Nikes with conventional warheads. In its anxiety to win Arab favor, the State Department discounts Nasser's collaboration with proCommunist elements in rising African regimes A plan is now being discussed to invite Nasser to W;*hmgton as a state guest The White House virtually rejected a new complaint by American seamen that U.S. ships are being denied Suez Canal transit if they dare call at Israeli ports. State Department officials confided off-therecord" that "we mean no harm to Israel."' The Israelis have done a grand job. We are issuing thrm large development loans and surplus too Is But anyone with America's own basic interest lorem< -i in their loyalty must see the urgency of outmaneuvering the Communist bloc by gaining some balancing status among "neutrals." We simpl) can't afford to ignore growing Arab power and influence. The state Department's line ol thinking goes lik> this: "The dictate.cf -omul diplomacy suggest neutrality m the ArabIsrael dispute. America's own interest requires avoidance of undue identity with a nation rejected, for understandable reasons, by so many countries whose good will we want. America must lock to its own survival Israeli diplomat.understand cur position better, indeed, than some of Israel's emotional supporters in the l'nited StateThe State Department's new position papersubmit! I > the White House, are Overseas Newsletter: B y EL1AHU SALPETER After Five Years Jem AFTER FIVE YEARS *"* < • %  ents in Is r the Jew ish T< i.graphic • this correspondent is in on his waj to the United Stati The Israel Vugusl 1961 is quite a liffer it i intr) from Israel ol November 1956 which, as you will remember, s thi of 'he Sinai rampai jn The head) wine ot Sinai victor) came right alter the oppressive years of tightening blockade, increasingly murderous fedayin attackand more and more oven hosti by Egypt. Breaking the psychological effect of the Arab aggression on the Israel population was no less significant than the political and militar; ime ol the Israel victory. It gave the population self-confidence and the knowledge that the quality of the man behind the gun istill the important factor What happened in the past five years can In(raced. directly on indirectly, to the outcome ol the Sinai campaign.. Israel learned what has become a cardinal principle of its defense policy: in any combat with the Arabs, the first 48 hours are of decisive importance. To stand up in those 48 hour-. Israel must be at least qualitatively equal in armament to the \rabs Given that qualitative equality in planes, tanks, rockets and communications, the higher educational level, the greater intelligence and the better training of the Israeli officers and soldiers can balance the quantitative inequality of armaments. The Sinai victory opened up the door for Israel to Asia and to Africa. This was don,' both literally, by opening up the Gulf of Eilat to Israel navigation', and politically, by the respect gained by Israel. On the background of that victory. Israel's increasing efforts to provide technical assistance to newly independent nations, particularly in Africa, gained their proper perspective' One of the fundamental principles of Israel assistance was: aid without asking political payment in return. Israel said quite openly that aid given to any newly independent nation to strengthen its economy and speed up its development makes that nation less impervious to outside pressures, be it from Moscow or from Cairo Today, this is a generally accepted principle also in Washington. London and Paris But only a few years ago the principle of "Who is not with me is against me" was much more prevalent. Five years ago. except for one or two countries in Asia, the knowledge of Israel in any country was largely dependent on the size and efficiency of the Jewish community in that country. Today, Israel is known and highly appreciated in scores of countries which have never seen a Jew before the first Israeli expert or adviser arrived there. reflected in President Kennedy's tt rs to Arab rulerPresident Kennedy Indicated desire for Israel's repatriation and compensation of the Arab refugees. It was later revealed, by authoritative sjurce^, that Mr. Kennedy did not rule out respjjfcmenf.. of some of the Arab refugees in Arab lands in addition to compensation and repatriation by Israel. The White House concept, reflected by Secretary of Sta:? *"..!. .. .'.'.. -. I Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDUN Out of the Dark, Exquisite Stories ONE HUNDRED CHILDREN. By Lena KuchierSilberman. Adapted from the Hebrew by David C. Gross. 2L8 pp. New York: Dacfcleday and Company. $4.50. THE IRONIES OF life are inevitably cruei has become a commonplace iror.v now, this one — that out of the darkest days ot man's ra : ti >n out of the pit of unspeakable horror that was Hitler's Europe, have come such exquisite stories of heroism, courage and love. "Mj Hui Children" is another of those shining accounts which literaily lights up the darkness. Lena Kuchler-Silberman was i scl teacher in Poland when the Germans came. After her :amlly was destroyed, and her infant daughter died -tt )m lack of food, she survived the war >earby ; > • %  .';, her hair blond and posing as a Catholic governe.-After the war. she made her way to a Jewish retu^ee center, and it was there thai she I %  saw the chilIren — some forty orphan.ranging in age 'rom two to fourteen. Not one child was whole and healthy. Emaciated and starving, their bones -eem-. to come r:ght through the skin. Sores, boils an : .-carcovered their bodies. At night they screamed and cried. Most could not read ci write. Some had seer, their parents killed. Four-year-old Zosia had lived for two years in a closet, hidden there In .i Gentile woman jan;ior who had warned her never to soeak i:: I ver to come out: now she neither moved nor ;e. Esther, tubercular and en I) ied, had seen her little brother killed bj a str of water poured into his throat ;crying vould not endanger the group hidd :;. a bunker. 1' these children, and to the others who can m tiie convent.where they ha< n sheltered %  often baptized! and from tl %  I sn I lies who had saved them. Lena became "Mother." She begged tor them, sold and t ie clotht sa io i Eventually, she obtain ed false passports and a bu.dnvei into Czechoslovakia and then to Frat all) to Isri Although Mrs Kuchler Silber % % %  %  i. whom she met in Israel, no\ ... ighter >L\ sick a:' i write of her lite and her children. B) turned to Israel the manuscript weighed twelve poundThe result — greatly edited I shou in if te — is this simple, poignant tale, ar.oth r w ment of human love The En. •lie way. is by David C. Cross, who t: Friedman's "The Hunter." Panorama: 3y DAVID SCHWARTZ R -< -hat t u e Arabs should be given on • to co lose %  nether they wish to return to Israel Bat th-; (JAR's response revealed true Arao tentior.s. The Arabs want no real solution, bu: exploit the Arab refugees as a political wea. destroy Israel. A Damascus radio broadcast told the Arabs "Mr. Kennedy can suggest to Israel to accept 25"},000 refugees, but this is not all our claim V.Kennedy can mediate and put pressure on Israel while we stand aside to see the outcome of his pressure. I we find that it fits our demands, then we will accept ... if not. then we shall oppose any yielding Last year, during the campaign, Mr. Kennedy solemnly promised to support the basic rights o r Ajiur.oj i :. :••-. subjected to dfscnminat.on by Arab sta • -J.J "The question of impart! -" '• nations becomes irrelevant. : maril) a statement of America's duty t> Araerm tew Administration failed to • pi -tent the Senate amendment. cc-sponsor r '-' The amendment ur irancs Of l' > a'.j to Arab states practicing Today, the Au: • Ids itself accused of "wa down" the ami-bias tiau>e in the new fore go bill. W the Record By NATHAN ZIPRIK The Teacher Shortage A NUMBER OF readers have ** in questioning the accuracy of .ation of the Hebrev shortage. It is true, the put limned was a discouraging me, but it was based on facts, there was D we could do about it Let there mistake — if the tragic dearth of brew teachers is not overcome bj American Jewish community that is generally aler > emergency, our Jewish educational struct sui irive another decade. 0 K "g m %  311 S Dv. the Hebrew teacher shortage a' I :.'rer.ee of the American Assn p L. Lown, president, cau he p i that the sho rave in the years i hea : :'o meet t i • we M ild ha> e to inj<. • %  Ktmat< y five-hund i ice t • crop if qua ified in I five years. v years rious that I • • %  • ...... teachers, but I I ia To ... • > a pro!-.--. rh of teachers is the comi toward I tan ev< fers i lure tb at swer to the probl •• it is i %  • • • • %  %  s ot my good fj that "as matters sta • I, l %  %  roment for the sh youth to train career if i .. -. teacher. This pensi etc Jewish Place Names in Early Western History THE STORY OF peopling of the Amel lean West is a great epic. The Jew; too. had a part in this saga. Here ar some high points: California: Many Jews came wit the gold rush 'The first San Francisc directory of 1850 listed approximate! 100 Jewish names. Washington Bar lett. son of a Jewish mother, first SU{ a gested that the city be named San Fram.,^ Oregon: Brig. Gen. Salomon, hero of Gettysburg was one of the first territorial governors. The city of Heppneis named after a Jew. Washington: The first brick building in Seattle was erected by a Jew, Sigmund Schabacher. Ariiona: Abraham Goldwater was one of the firs* pioneers. Morris Goldwater was mayor of Prescott. Nevada: State in the early days was noted for mining not gambling, and Jews had an important part in that. Adolph Sturo built the Sutro Canal, which drained the famous Comstock Lode. Montana: Henry Jacobs was the first mayor of But in and Helena Helena, the capitol city, was named a Helena Goldberg. Wyoming: Henry Altman was one of the first I to settle at the Indian trading post of Cheyenne, a became known as the Grand Old Man of Wyoming. Colorado: Leadville. famous as a mining camp, I a synagogue ten years before Colorado became a state. Texas: Samuel Isaacs was one of a group which ca in with Austin's first colony. Henry Castro brought 9 European colonists to Texas. Nebraska: Harris L. Levy, pioneer homesteader, was one of those massacred by Indians at Kearney. Edgy Rosewater was founder of the first newspaper in Nebraska, the Omaha Bee. North Dakota: Unique for the number of Jewish farm colonies established at various points, such as Mandan, Webster and Devils Lake region. South Dakota: Town of Strool named after Ben Strool Minnesota: The Samuels brothers ran a trading DOSl in Minnesota about the time Longfellow was writing about Hiawatha in the same general area.



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Pooe 4-B Jtm/sfl fhrkftor Friday, Augutt 25, MAMIE WOMAN OF THE WEEK Mamie Mrs Joseph Kit in is busy in more ways than one. She was recently elected national tribune of her sorority a: its national convention. Daughter Judi is also a Phi Sigma Sigma at the Universit) of Maryland However. Judi didn't go to the convention with her mother. She was in Mexico attending college: that's the trend this jrear Ir. college. Mamie studied journalism, but ?h< utilizes that talent only to the extent of letters When they moved to Miami 11 years ago Mamie became active in her ie group, and row she finds herself in it all th wa> Her position as national tribune isi : half as bad as it sounds It means director of expansion. She is also chairman of rushing information for City Panhellenic at the University of Miami. She nr.ds her sororit) work fascinating; it involves traveling. letting deans visiting schools, and conferring witfc -iris and more girls and more girls The first adult education class that Mamie r.ded was in sewing. She made herself a maternity dress. She remembers t well: it she confesses — quite horrible. Ever since then, however, she sews as a hobby, and the dresses she makes for herself and her daughter are outstanding in design and workmanship. She and her husband play bridge together. He has the happy facultj of holding his tongue when they play, so their games are quite peaceful. Only one comment doe* he make: "You've had 21 years of learning to play bridge, and you're still learning The Kleins have started an art collection, of which their favorite D impressionist oil portrait of their daughter by Fan Williams, a locf artist Vional Council of Jewish Women. Hadasah. and United Fund h?.\\ a way of beir.i included in Mamies activities One very special the one to which 12 member* belong — Student* of Book* But th*firm bonds oi sisterhood of Phi Sigma Sigma are going to be the gn: r part of Mamie's activities for the coming year. NO SURPRISE Shirley Mrs AJvin Sackler flew in from Hattiesburg. Miss., to Surprise her father and mother. Irving and Selma Marcus, and be here help her dad celebrate his birthday She left the three children in her husband's charge He writethat he is doing very' well He only has a nurse, maid and his mother to help him. Irv found out that th? birthday dinner was to be at the home of his other daughter. Joan (Mrs. Jerry) Union. He insisted that they all go to the Embers to eat ead. The birthday cake was delicious, and Joan took the rest of it home to Satona. who has been with her for years and years, and r saw a take like than in her native Bolivia. By the way. Selma* ition of years and years may well be a couple of months. STRANGE AS IT MAY SEEM A eard from Sadie 'Mrs Samuel' Kling from Baltimore. Only it 1st : one card, but three — from the Whitney Museum, marked 1. 2. and 3 She said while in New York City, she saw Dr. Samuel Gertman's and Helen Alpert's book on genatnes in a store window Helen and Jessie Gertman have been waiting anxiously ;u hear the new* about it. The book was to have had an August publication date by Citadel Press. The two names under discussion were Wake Up Younger" and "How to Make the Most of Your Later Years." Will the next visitor to New York find out which title they used? A REAL SURPRISE Mel and Natalie Frumkes invited the Stephen earners over foi the evening. They settled down to talk to the Ed Eisenbergs and the Morion Hitzigs. who were already there All at once, the front door bell started to ring and didn't stop until all of the 85 suests arrived to wish Lee Camer a very happy birthday. They drank and talked and opened the -wee price"' gifts. The flies better get under cover: I-ee received four of those big flower fly swatters. At eleven-thirty the eating started, with a marvelous buffet one huge cake featuring spark kri and Happy Birthday'" on it. and six smaller home-made birthday cakes Among the guests were Mr and Mrs Howard Scharhn. Mr and Mrs Harry Levy. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Singer and Mr and Mrs Martin Smith • • • SPUR OF THE MOMENT Every year. Harry and Marilyn Smith male their orderly well organized plans for their next years vacation Thiyear's plans for touring New England in September are as dead as New England wouid be at that time of the year. From the Alpha Epik>n Pi national convention in Buffalo which is always a "must." since Harrv is a national officer they a0 to Montreal to board the SS Homeric They will be in South Hampton a week, and go to London and Pans — if and when they are in the mood They will do exactly what they want and when they want on the spur of the moment. Quite a change and quite a vacation. • • • SENSA MAYONNAISE, SIN MAYONNAISE. SANS MAYONNAISE Dave and Bee Pollack are having a fabulous European trip, with a few exciting extras thrown in. In London they came face-to-face with Winston Churchill as he was coming out of his house In Capri. Gracie Fieids. who is a friend of Dave's cousin who lives there, entertained them royally But the be* was yet to come. In Rome. Vincent Priee helped Bee explain in Italian that she wanted a chicken sandwich without mayonnaise Wouldn't it have been dreadful if he had had to help her explain a hot dog without mustard? Nadler, Smith Exchange Vows A double ring candlelight ceremony united Leslie Gail Smith and Ronald Norman Nadler on Sunday. Aug. 20. Dr. Joseph Narot officiated at the 3 p.m. ceremony, which was followed by a cocktail reception in the banquet hall. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cole, of 1267 102nd st., Bay Harbor Islands, is a graduate of Miami Beach High, attended the University of Florida, and is presently a junior at the University of Miami. Her sorority is Alpha Epsilon Phi. Given in marriage by her perents. the former Miss Smith chose a traditional ballerina length wedding gown of white imported chantilly lace with bouffant skirt. It featured a fitted bodice, illusion neckline with lace collar and elbowlength sleeves, and with it she wore long white gloves The French illusion headpiece fell from a pillbox of matching lace with lily-of-thevalley. and her Bible was trimmed with white orchids. Mrs Albert Bear, the bride's sister, was her matron of honor, and' the groom's sister. Nancy Nadler. served as maid of honor Son of A. L. Nadler. 1920 SW 18th ave and the late Goldye Nadler. the groom had his lather for best man. and Stanley Cole. Robert Cole. Albert Bear and R< -Sandier were usherA graduate of the University of Miami. Mr. Nadler has a BBA in accounting and is a member of Zeta Beta Tau. social. Accounting Society of Miami, and the Masons Following the reception, the newlyweds left for a Caribbean tour On their return they will make their home m Miami VI -. %  n-r Kahn MIS. CARL CHEiTLER MfS. BONALD NACUS Miss Litvin Now Mrs. Chestler Olinicks Will Live in Gables Honeymooning in Jamaica are the former June Carole Lowenthal and Alan Stuart Olinick. who were married Aug 20 in Rabbi Norman Shapiro's stud) at Beth David A family dinner followed the late afternoon ceremony. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lowenthal. ol 529 Alminar ave.. Coral Gables, the bride wore a vibrant blue silk shantung en>emble with stem-slim skirt and demifitted jacket The print blouse and shoes repealed the blue of the suit, and she carried white orchids. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. David Olinick. He is an alumnus of Whitefield High School and served for three years in the United State* Air Force His wife graduated from Coral Gable* High School in June. The new Mrs Olinicks parents are planning a reception in honor of the newly-weds when they re turn from their trip The young couple will make their home at 11 Menores ave.. Coral Gables. Mr Olinick is a>sociated in busine** with his father. Carrying her mother's Bible covered with orchids, the former Miss Judith Rosalie Litvin wa> joined in wedlock to Car! Martin Chestler on Sunday. Aug. 20. at the Algiers hotel Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz performed the noon ceremony, which was followed by a reception and luncheon at the hotel. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs Mitchell Litvin. of 6040 Harding ave.. the new bride* maid of honor was Michela Gunn. and her cousin. Laura Felleman. served as flower girl. F r her wedding, she those an ir.torma! length, short >leeved. -coop-neck silk organza with lace applique on the bodice Joel Chestler served as his brother's bet man Parents are Mr and Mrs Leo Chestler, of Chicago. Ill The new Mrs Chestler attended Sophie Newcomb College and belongs to La Tertuha. Spanish honorary. Sigma Delta Tau. National Collegiate Player*, and Hou>e Council. She is listed in "Who's Who Among College Student*.' and served a> president of Tulane University Theater, and vice president Schuldiners Live At Air Base Mr and Mrs. Mark Jay Schuldiner are living at the Columbia Air Force Base. Columbus Miss where the sroom is stationed, following their marriage at the base on Aug. 12. The new bride is the former Martha Rae Dobbins. 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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 posl-
the subversive list U is a ques-
tionable instrument whose presumably good
6:;::r.s have been obscured by countless
inequities; that, over the years, it has never
is en effectively updated to conform to the
: ieds of the changing times; and that, at best,
e list is merely a haphazard guide upon
which only the well-informed may rely with
: y degree of intelligent purpose.
On the other hand, the subversive list is
intended for the information of ail Americans.
well-informed or otherwise. The former may
scrutinise it in the careful light of its short-
comings; but the latter, if less judicious in its
application, are more vocal in their frequent
c:::ng of the list as an undisputed authority.
Thus, it is a sad but unqualified fact of life
firat the Attorney General's subversive list
re akes the most sense to the less informed. And
H is for this huge, amorphous group of decently-
-otivated Americans that the Rockwell hooli-
gans would be irretrievably doomed had Mr.
Kennedy stigmatized them as officially sub-
versive.
Clearly, the sophisticated citizen does not
require the clue of governmental stigma to
recognize the purposes and intent of the Amer-
ican Nazi Party purposes that go far beyond
:ts presumably popular anti-Semitic appeal.
ThiS' jt seems to us- effectively disables
Mr. Kennedy's central reason for refusing to
c.ace the Rockwell bunch on the subversive
-:st that such serious treatment of the party
would exalt it far beyond its prestige in the
ccuntry today.
That the Attorney General had to make the
decision gives undisputable significance to the
.-.mencan Nazi Party in the first instance. The
well-informed may very well follow Mr. Ken-
nedy's reasoning may. indeed, have antici-
pated it. But it is for the nation at large that
t.-.e listing of Rockwell and his henchmen as
subversive would have the most meaning.
The Motionless Swimmer
Secretary of State Dean Rusk's observation
--at Israel must be willing to make a double
Offer to the Arab refugees is an interesting one.
Wliat it does is to give the impression that the
.-.dministration has been forcing ahead in the
;:.nl'.3taIled raatte- oi bringing peace to the
-'.idaie East.
But the Rusk observation is like the swim-
-er who kicks uo the water all around him
without really getting anywhere.
The double offer of course includes resti-
ution and repatriation, and it is interestinq to
speculate on the details of what the offer in-
.oives. The continuing inequity, however, re-
mams unresolved. It places the entire burden
upon Israel without demanding similar pledges
c: the Arabs.
I: Israel is being boldly told what it must
co for ultimate peace in the Middle East, are
-e Arabs being giver, similar instructions?
Fundamentally these would suqqest Arab
recoamtion of Israel's political and national In-
egri.y, as well as the immediate abandonment
- aggressive acts against Israel, which in-
Ciude nlockade. b.acklistir.g. and threats of
military destruction.
About this. Mr. Rusk and our State Deport-
mjnt say nothinc cs they continue to kick up
t.ie water all arour.c;. K
They Changed Their Mind
Democracy is unpredictable. This is its
wecKness and its strength. Statistics last
wee* indicated that Israelis were showing lit-
ANYTIME IN AfYVBUNDS
tie interest in their fifth general election since
the Jewish Stale's establishment as an inde-
pendent nation.
Despite the tremendous heat of the day,
Israeli citizens flocked to the polls Tuesday to
cast their ballots for a new 120-man Parliament.
A good deal of the lack of interest had
been attributed to the country's general dis-
taste for the events leading up to the election
for David Ben-Gurion's battle with Pinhas
Lavon, secretary general of Histadrut. which
brought down the government.
Nevertheless. Israel on Tuesday returned
Mr. Ben-Gurion to the Prime Ministership.
Does this give strength to the charges by
some of Mr. Ben-Gurion's most vocal oppon-
ents that Israel today suffers from one-man
rule?
There were similar charges made in the
United States between 1932 and 1945. when
Franklin Delano Roosevelt died; but our coun-
try is none the worse for them today. Great
progress emerges from vital rule.
Despite the temper of Israeli citizens last
week, their broader judgment prevailed. Thev
may still be hotly critical of Mr. Ben-Gurion*.
but Tuesday's election showed they were not
critical enough to be willing to retire" his cogent
leadership.
IN HIS Aug. 7 "Jewish Mew*
letter- (vol. XVIM4). Wil-
liam Zuckerman declares that
the Eichmann trial representj
the latest manifestation of Is-
rael's "anti-Goyism," As he
sees it. 'the producers of the
Eichmann show nave
managed to revive the mem-
ory of the horrors and mcr
fcidities of the Nazi extermin
ation of the European Jews
Editor zuckerman is not at all sure that this has posithsjrittbss. Ui
our time, but he believes emphatically in the drama of the "statin""
which, he opines, "has influenced many people."
Truth of the matter is that Mr. Zuckerman deplores the trial
Number 33 otherwise he would not have made so much of its purported "anti
Goyism." Nor would he discuss it in terms of play-acting and what
he chooses to call "the Madison Avenue point of view." Reticent cr
rot. he grudgingly admits: "There was something about the evidence
in the later stage ot the trial that rose above commonplace prom
ganda."
Here. Zuckerm ml > an almost innocent kind cf awe at
tiveness of what he presumably condemns; and it is virtual'
his admiration for Israel's purpose has managed to overcome
his therwis predictably noclastic viev Nevertheless, his
- im thing aboi the evidence" begs for a forthright a
seems best stal .....sonal and crude invecttivi
' x us man about the sensil ilit:< s ol
' b slai thai hi la'Is to tee tfa...... is
ilaticn centering in the fihrase,
ibout seeks an explanation for what eludes
1 Mr Z need only turn to the ghosts -
in Jews. There, he i undoubtedly get on<
THE OVtaCOMPtNSATtD V3ICC
I DO NOT condemn tl ivish Newsletter" and its editor .
the board. Mr. Zuckerman's opinions are often better thai
spectable; sometimes they appear to be downright illuminating
a world Jewish community that ostensibly praises unanimity
regards criticism as tantamount to betrayal, his is an interest
often over-compensated voice, From personal and sometimes 1
experience. I can attest tc the fact that it is easy to be a I,
Jewish affairs one day and the object of implacable contemp
very next.
This depends upon whether one has pushed the popular viev
flown in its face For a Jewish writer to be a critic of his own (
munity. however gingerly he may practice his occupation is tc, c
the arrows of outrageous fortune Mr. Zuckerman is. thereto
rrian to be regarded sympathetically even apart from anv virtues ia
his work he may or may not have. His Is an original kind of th-
ing, or wculd be. if it weren't as smug and intransigent as he con-
sistently charges the Zionists with being.
How much more dense than Mr. Zuckerman can one get when is
his current issue, he bemoans the fact that the revelations at the
Eichmann trial "shocked sensitive and intelligent people who wen
too young to remember the original horrors"? In the "Jewish News-
letter eoitors view. "This served as powerful propaganda for the
favorite tenet of Israel's ideology: that anti-Semitism is a mvstenous
and mcurable disease of all Goyin,' and that the onlv escape from
it is settlement in Israel."
A Psychological Slip
Adolf Eichmann, through his defense at-
torney, has let the world know that he was
pleasantly surprised by his treatment in Is-
rael s court of justice.
This is a psychological slip. It sweeps
away Eichmann's central argument that he is
innocent that he was an insignificant coo
m a machine forced to do the bidding of the
machine's central purpose.
It indicates that, were the tables turned
there would be no pleasant surprises in store
tor defendants at an Eichmann-type bar of
justice.
Of course, we need no proof of this. The
concentration camp system he devised and
tne millions of Jews slaughtered in them tell
us more than adequately how Eichmann could
and did, act given the opportunity.
In his statement of surprise, Eichmann is
expressing his most cogent dream and outside
hope: that he will be declared innocent. Now
it remains for Israel's three-man court tryinq
rum to bring in the verdict.
MAGNANIMOUS Vim Of THE MUUSCUU
T ,SU,TORT ",S Vl*w' Mr z"kerman sadly quotes from Paul
mtiilSJr.i" ""S Uader" f July 31 ,hat *bru,al an" ^.slic
SnnS ,k .VS PSSlble m the 20th cen,ur? even amo"S 'civil.zed-
people, that Western countries are willing to allow Jewish refu-
gees to be sacrificed to national political interests: and that finally
thanon" S/USl*' l**8 JT' *"" "'themselves Jews rather
Austria h! t ?* ^^ *" had as "tizeos-of Germany
Austria. Hungary', and most European countries
I can not. on any occasion, count the "New Leader" as my
wherre '," *"* 2f 7 *"*"* Ne^h^ss. let the chips fail
with it rLnf-h'", thlS mStantC l am m ^lehearted agreement
Of ThJ imn, \! i"^ '^ Sidp f Mr' '>** h. his disCUSSH!
man Tho ^/.chmann trial on him. It is not on Mr. Zucker-
Jacobs' ^Vr/h8. y r^,era,eS h'S View Cf ,he trial in.terms of
ann-Goy.sm UIldcrsland'ng of the basic Israeli emotion of
the inS^ft Zuck"man believes that the trial has slandered
\L "v. rl-ni, 'sUa"s <** rescued thousands of Jews from
ered Chri Ti-,, K,0bv,ousl>- "^e concerned with these scat-
Perished in sensiblllt'es than with the sainted six million ,h0
heroically derl.r.'! th* h?* Christian indifference. Zuckerman
Zn '' 'he Nazi extermination of the Jews was the
co 'aZ of rnor^r ng ."ffif ,han ^nti-Somiti^m of the complete
coi.apse of morality and civilization ."
* : ...
ABSU1DI7Y Of HIS CONCLUSIONS
|T wSf TnS ,Tk m* that b0t" ",Cralit-v and civilization are doing o
la art"loriebdJn"^"* f bUrV'ni; **! ^.le anti-Sem.i.sM
The ffStSJ?!!^ f luXUr> obbles ^ Button,
strtteT \tr ESS cxclus,ve ~ ^a.n as history easily dem
man with ,\Z 7"T-. may COme ,0 ">etaphorc conclusions about
get n3 "vr oh, n3^ "?*- he wishes, but he w,U
mann trial ch^L/tu svmpath-v <>ward the motives of the I
cry of "CruXwi U0WSg perM,,,al Htoetoa on the historic i
understan^thS; T,UC^ h'm" Concl" those who tmplo"ed {? "^ 3 C'ak fr ^^
Breafest mo Si01! ,hc ,basis of ,h,s CI> ,hat 'w "OWed >
F.cnmmn And,, f I****, the advent of the ant, ( r.rist
of te trial hSfL ^^ "^^- that the Jacob, ,
it voe a n Vhr'' "' PMib,e Va,"i,l-V Prof- VaIe nia>
NotwiUisuXg, n?b^mhSe3?&, be7sh,ock^ *- Jews reject it
fial: j, has ronfirr.' 1 d,,0r Zuckl'rman concludes about the
master propagandists ,he gneral '* ,ha' Israelis
ho^a:sinz1xiSo7tav;fln,,rd'; n^ vohuri
"n ot navit II, only to find a smokinf
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idav. August 25. 1961 -JewistnorkUan Page 9-A Hadassah Vows Non Identity With Israel Politics leor.crd H. Golder.son, preau; oi American Broad.--Pararr.ount Theatres, be awarded the B'nai President'! Medal at rganizatioa's 118th an. ieting In New York. G neon is founder of Unii erobral Paisy Assn. : leader in civic and pn .thro?:: activities. Ke w be cited Nov. 14 at the orf-Astoria. The funcds B nai B'rith's youth p im ; fyp-5: eeninj Scheduled %  VII Be hi l.y ; \ II metric \--:; du< enlng tor %  :c 'mp inied parents Monday from Beth Torah il building. DF.NVER—(JTA)-Hadassah considers it a "cardinal" principle, "not to be affiliated or identlfed I with any political party in Israel." ill.' 1.500 delegates attending the 1 V7lh national convention of Harlas-! sah were told here b> Mrs. Siegfried Kramarsky. rational president of the women's Zionist organization. Pointing out that the general %  lections which took place in Israel last week were of interest to Hadassah. as are ail aspects .. Iraeli life. Mrs. Kramarsky told the convention: "In this conn ctio believe it is import a-it to restate Eladassah's traditional position regarding Israeli politics. It is a cardinal principle with us, and with the World Confederation of General Zionists to which we be%  iong. not to be affiliatec o: len\ titled with any political party in Israel. In our opinion, Israel's politics internally or externally are me sole prerogative ot Its own citizens." Mrs. Kratnar>ky also t r i the convention that Premier David Ben-Gurion had met with the exI gcutive committee o f Hadassah during his recent visit to the United States "for a frank and friend y exchange of views." She re norted that "irrespective of what 'ever philosophical differences .-'ill exist between us. he ar.d we agree thai Hadassah must continue to widen its membership and continue its projects, both far th sake •I Israel and of a strong diaspora." Turning to American affairs, Mrs. Kramarsky asserted thai the American interests ar.i the welfare and security of the free world make it vital for Congress to pass a foreign aid bill that embodies the proposals of President Kennedy. "Believing that both moral responsibility and political wisdom require rich nations to assist poor nations, for highly developed nations to assist tho.-e less developed, we support the foreign aid program now before Congress." she said. Michael Comay, p?rmancnt representative of Israei to the United N'aiior.s. addressing the convendiscussed the Arab refugee problem, asserting that Israel did .ot create it and cannot solve it. 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Pace 8-A +Jet*isli ftcrkUar Friday. August 25, 1961 Ben-Gurion and Mapai Face Staggering Task JERUSALEM—iJTAi— Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion and the Ma] -i Party high command lost no time this week in preparing for the long and difficult task of forming a new government of Israel in the wak< of the Aug. 15 national elections The Mapai political delibora tioi • began even before the final res its Oi the election were in Mapai, with some 34 percent of the tot) vote and at least 42 seat.in tb( Fifth Knesset, remained the ;est party in Israel but weak i i by the detection of some tour 11 i-nt of t h e electorate. The }. threfore entered into preiimii discussions with the other politii 1 parties on participation in a new coalition weakened by the ion outcome and more suscepi i pressures from its prospectn< partners. n mediately after the election. Secretary General Jcsef Almc-3i, ol Mapai, flew to Sde Boker to cer*er with Mr. Ben-Gurion and arrounc^d immediately after tha-' the veteran leader was willing to try to form a new government when President Ben-Zvi irtviKd him to do so. Almogi indic£-*ri that Mapai would immedi•tcly initiate talks with all the psi'ies except Herut on the Right arz the Communists on the Left. made clear the Mapai belief I whatever coalition Mapai built u d have the National Religious a a member, lie indicated :h mam alternatives facing Mi ai were a Mapai-Liberals, NRP 'ion or a Mapai-Mapam. AchiVOdah, NRP coalition. He exIed doubts about an all-partj coi ion, excluding the exteremist parties, because ot the difficulties I would be involved in meeting the demands ot all parties for CabiD< I -eats. I litical speculation in Israel inclined to the belief that Mapai WOl I make its most strenuous ef-' fon o form a government with the: Liberals and the religious group. Dr. Lehrman Bock in Pulpit Dr Irving Lehrman. spiritual li r of Temple Emanu-EI, after an absence of several weeks, will ict services at the synagogue Saturday morning. Serving as United states dele-j at the initial meeting of the W I Council of Synagogues, Dr. j Li l man met with other leaders of Conservative Judaism in Paris. i ce, to discuss important problei of the day. Di Lehrman. a member of the I inic Cabinet ot t h e Jewish 1 logical Seminary of America. I irrently serving as pre.Mdent ot -,re Rabbinical Assembly of the & theasl Region. Liberal spokesmen made it clear, ver. :hat the puce of their participation in the government A >ulc be "a proper say" in the government and an appropriate number of key positions. [j Mapai seeks the adherence of Mapam and Achdut Avodah to a %  %  coalition government, it will be I with the demand that '.he numerical distribution of portfolios be more equitable and that Mapai no longer hold a majority of the Cabinet seats. The Achdut Avodah, still smarting over the treat:members in the last net a: Mr. Ben-Gunon's hands, ed that it would not enter a coalition without strong guarantees o: "proper democratic control'" ot the government and the various ministries. The party sp ikesman complained that Mr. Ben Gurioa kepi too much autbori;> In his own han S and did not share it with the other ministers The absence of any snarp issues in the election gave emphasis to the fact that not ideological differences but personality quesriortf wouid be the major barriers to speedy formation of a new government. The loyalty to party affiliation srown once again by Israeli voters also pointed to the continuation of the multi-party system In the country so strongly deplored by Mr. Ben-Gurion. Mr. Ben-Gurion was philosophic about the outcome of the elections. He termed the results a victory for Mapai. even though it lost seats, io view of what he termed an "unprecedented smear campaign" against it The results, however. he asserted, were '•disastrous" for the country because they failed to bring about a change in the electoral system. Mr. Ben-Gurion has long advocated a two-party system tor Israel and the elimination of the present system of proportional representation which makes it virtually impossible for a single party ever to command a majority of the Parliament and exercise a clear mandate. Pinhas Lavon. ousted Histadrut secretary general, whose dispute With Mr. BenGunon over responsibility for a 1954 "'security mis hap" caused the political difficultties which led to the new elections, termed the election results "a severe setback" for Mapai. He saw the fact that 50.000 former Mapai voters had shifted to other parties, while several thousand voters left their ballots blank, should force the Mapai leadership to "stop practicing punishment." Report New Parliament Will Be Installed Early September BA8BI LION KRONISH Oneg Shabbat At Beth Sholom Two "Show and Tell" Oneg Shah-! bat receptions will be tendered to| Beth Sholom members and prospec live members alter services on Friday evenings, Aug. 25 and Sept. 1, jccord:r2 •<> an announcement by Jack M Pink, membership chairman. Beth Shalom is now engaged in the final stage of a three-part building program: five years a^o the Sanctu %  as c impteted: this last April thescho il classrooms %  buil ar I the Tem• new administration wing will si HI be si trted. Rabbi Le>n Kroni Dai. id l ser w ill ifficiate a! • %  services, a ? ibb Kronish will %  shev a: I tell" a the 0 leg ,..• progran Continued from Page I-A voting percentages achieved by the various parties is as follows: Mapai. 34 51 percent; Herut, 13.47; Liberal. 13.38; National Religious. 993; Mapam. 7.58; Ahdut Avodah. 6.52; Communists, 4.3; Agudat Israel, 3.75: Poalei Agudat-Israel. 1.99. The remainder of the votes went to Arab parties. Meanwhile, jockeying for position for formation of the next Government is now under way here The Mapai campaign workers held a large rally at Tel-Aviv tonight, addressed by Mr. Ben-Gurion. and the Mapai secretariat held its first postelection meeting to evaluate last week's balloting. M machem Beigm. leader of Herut. has proposed that 'he Liberal Partj join Herut in a United parlimentary bloc as an alternative to the dominant Mapai Party Hern has empowered Mr. Beigin to take all necessary steps to bring about formation of such a bloc. Mr. Beigin is expected to approach the two leaders of the Liberals— Pinhas R,y sen. of the former Progressive Party, and Peretz Bernstein, of the old General Zionist Party—ask; ig them to bring the Herut-Liberal bloc proposal before their respective groups. Assistant Cashier Named Dade Federal Saving-, and Lianj Assn. of Miami, at a recent mee" %  > uf the board ot directors, ele< | Edmund Clancey, of the Mae <\e Accounting Department to the j\ of assistant cashier of the Ass ation. Argentine Bigots Attack Camp BUENOS AIRES— '.ITA'— Several .Jewish beys a-d girU attending t training camp for pioneer work In Israel were injured this week when : "heir camp. located at Mercedes I about l'K) mi'es from th : s coital was attacked by a group of extreme nationalistlined up with the right-wing "Tacuara" moveI ment. The right-wingers stormed the 'camp at 5 a.m., and beat many I of the bo;:and girls with stick.-. The camp for the training of pio neer youth plar.ning to join kibi butzim in Israel i* conducted by 1 Hacsharali Ichud Habonim. an or : ^anization of Argentine Jews with j headquarters in this city. The incident created great excitement in the Jewish community j here. DAIA, the representative or1 ,'anization of Argentine Jewry, lodged a strong protest with the '< Ministry of the Interior. The Ministry immediately assigned guards to protect the Mercedes camp. MIAMI TO ISRAEL VIA LISBON ALGECIRAS NAPLES ATHENS SS ATLANTIC, October 8, 1961 ISRAEL TO MIAMI VIA PIRAEUS MARSEILLES NEW YORK NASSAU SS JERUSALEM, November 1, 1961 COMBINATION CRUISE 36 GLORIOUS DAYS ABROAD from $576.00 LAND ARRANGEMENTS IN ISRAEL ON REQUEST FARR TOURS 424 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH Beth El Sets Registration Time Congregation Beth El announces that registration for Sunday, daily Hebrew school and Junior adult program, for ages 5 to 15 years, is now in progress for 1961-62. 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Friday. August 25, 1961 -JewistfhrkHan Page 5-A IFTTERTO THE EDITORState Department Bill Needs Airing EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: Many pood thanks, even though belated, f*x-Lco Mindlin's recent good comments published in The j ( wish Floridian. 1 particularly appreciate _vour giving notice in The Jewish Floridian to my legislation regarding Ibe State Department. It has been lying to me that my bill has i ., %  gaining support here in Con, ess, but there is still a long way any rate. 1 think it is good the people have a chance to ... this problem of how best invigorate our State DepartGEORGE A. SMATHERS United States Senator Washington, D.C. selfishly in a thankless job to make the most of limited funds available and following a demo c'rafic and humanitarian form i ula to allocate funds proportionI ately without favor or bias. I also note in the same issue of ; July 21 an article by Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, also critical of Federation, that it is not '"Jewish" or ; Jewish enough in its purpose, i jdo not personally know Rabbi Abramowitz, nor do 1 know all the I rabbis in this area, but from the | many I have met or known, I sinj cercly believe that the apathy of he Jewish communitv to their reponsibilities does not lie with the 'eadcrship of Federation but -at her with the lack of leadership 1 ; n the rabbis of our community j who are, in fact, charged with the responsibility of being teachers. leaders and to set the example for the rest of the community. A rabbi who has among his membership families who have two Cadillacs in their driveways and will spend $10,000 or more for a Bar Mitzvah or wedding, and who slammed doors shut in the faces of Federation workers during a campaign, or after being pressured into making a small contribution do not honor their obligations, are tire ones who should be castigated publicly. They should be castigated by rabbis who officiate at these Bar Mitzvahs and weddings, rather than be praised because of the additional gratuities that these rabbis receive for their services. It is a common adage that every Jew has a responsibility to his community. Each one should I either work or give. When we have Jews who both work and ^.ve, we are fortunate. When we have [Jews in our community who \ >rk ; not and give not, it is very tin for' tunate. and it is to this segment cf I our Jews that criticism shoulr be focused — primarily by our rabbis, ; who are charged with spiritual 1 leadership. 1 sincerely believe that Mr. | .Mindlin's interpretation of the problem in his column will only tend to confuse the facts, and will put an additional stumbling btoch in the efforts of Federation in t :eir annual campaigns. ABE SOLOSKO North Miami 11 TOR. The Jewish Floridian: r reading Leo Mindlin's col in m July 21, i feel my blood i --.;;<• ^oing up. and 1 must use HI ans of trying to reduce it. Mr, Mindlin's column, he sses "failure of Federation failure of its leadership." m the many years that 1 have been active for Federation as a worker during every campaign. 1 have found, with one or two exertions, a leadership of dedicated persons who have not only sacrificed their business time but also their personal home lives and their comforts in devotion to Federation and our community. The true facts of Federation ere that the handful of leadership of Federation accounts for more than half of all moneys raised every year during the campaigns. The budget committee, whose job it is of prorating and allocating the funds that are raised during campaigns, is one cl the hardest working commitSees, working tirelessly and unStudies to Start At Tifereth Israel cth Israel Congregation is I registration t <> r Hebrew Sunday school daily !) to 5. igs '• t" a. and Sundaj morn%  o to 12. Nathan Zwitman, principal < %  i Sundaj school, has prepared grant <>i studies incorporating .! esl methods of presentation II Biblical literature and Jewish I i ry, .Hid encouraging musical and dramatic interpretations Igh compositions and play! I" i presented at the weekly audi.( i :;mi sessions. Devotional services, with a sermonette by Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitmi n, will be held every Sunaay morning. Sept 10 is first day of Sunday school, Hebrew school starts Sept. Survey Shows Poll's Validity Continued from Page 1-A port said negative editorials disappeared and "not a single negative editorial could be found in June or July." he Arab League countries the anticipated, was uniform stile, ranging from bitter attacks on Ben-Gurion as a Jewish j. ototype ol Adolf Eichmann, t<> a ation nt the di fendanl as .'i hero. Israeli Gets Nine Years Continued from PaRe 1-A that Aldoubi went to Spain i landestine bid to abduct Leon elle, (he former Belgian Nazi l< r who is now living in Spam. 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Lay. August 25. 1961 -Jenisfi Ihriidfirir Page 3-B Miami Lass Wears Rabbi 5teinmetz on Royal Crown Jewels On Niagara Visit %  o ,^w %z? fuel Sue Rabinowitz has Scottish Crown Jewels placed on ..end by Cay Lee Cowan, of North York Collegiate, Toronto 'anoi Sue and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris RabinoW; Miami, were visiting Niagara Falls, N.Y., when she i wo.invited to don the 15-pound crown. A pretty 13-year-old Miami Mishad the thrill ol a lifetime last month when she visited Queen Victoria Park in Niagara Kails. NY. She is Janet Sue Rabinowitz. student at Shenandoah Junior High School here, who was one of the first persons to see replicas of the Scottish Crown Jewels on displaj at Table Kock House in Niagara Falls. In addition. Janet had the unusual honor of wearing the 15pound crown. The Scottish Crown Jewelwere On display with replicaof the British Crown Jewels, which have been attracting thousands of tourist visitors to the north New York State spot, The original Scottish valuables are lodged in Edinburgh Castle, and arc carried in proccs sion when the Queen ol England is in Scotland. Janet Sue is the daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz, of Miami. They were on vacation at Niagara Falls and dining in the restaurant below the chambers where the jewels are on display. When Janet Sue was spontan Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz. spirit ii,d leader ot Congregation Yehudah Moshc. will be jiiiest on 'The Morninu Chapel. weekly prescn tation on Fridays. 7:30 a.m., over WI'ST ch. id. Sponsor is the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn. BB Director Is Transferred Arnold D. Ellison, membership director for District Grand Lodne 5 of B'nai B'rith. has been trans ferred from Miami to the Washing ton, D.C. offices of the oryanization. lie assumes his duties mere as oi Sept i. Ellison h;i> served In Miami since 19 Hiwife, Anne, and two daughters, Paula ami Elaine, have al ready ictt for Washington. eously invited by the Niagara Falls Evening Review to come upstairs and he photographed wearing the crown, little did the photographer, Mayor Franklin .1. Miller, or Fred M. Cairns, vice chairman of the Niagara Parks Commission, real ize that her father is somethinj; of a "Jeweler'" himself. Rabinowitz is the Miami Diamond Center executive here. Celebrations For Bar Mitzvah Arriving from New York to help Loon Pollack celebrate his Bar Mitzvah are Ingrandmother, Mrs I. I hides: uncles and aunts. Cantor and Mrs. Joseph M. Pollack, Mr. and Mrs. S David Weil and children, and Mrs. Ben Cerber. lion will be Bar Mitzvah at Coral Way Jewish Center* on Saturday. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs Nat Pollack. From Cincinnati will come uncles and aunts. Mr and Mrs Al Bulvank r. Mr and Mr-. Morris Kiavner. Sam Schwartz, and Sara Nathan: cousinMr. and Mr-. Jerome Lear and family, Mr and Mrs. Jimmy Schwartz and family! and x \lr and Mrs Milton Silverstein and family. on Sundaj morning Mr. ind Mrs Al Bulvanker ol Cincinnati, uncle and .mit ol th< %  '• %  r Mitz> ah, will host a 'getting to know brunch at tin Ritz Plaza hotel for the entire I'anulv Climaxing the series <>i U si \\ e eventwill b-a formal reception and dinner al the same hotel for the immediate members >f the family. His eider sisters. Rita and Adrian, as well ahiyounger brother. Harvey, will also participate in this festive occasion. tneseth Israel egistration Set %  icon Sachs, chairman of the 1 rorah committee of Kne| I ongregation, 1415 Euannounces registration school Aug. 27 to Aug ;" 30 a m. to 12 noon, at togue office. t ilum will include intont oi the rudiments of readprayers and their Pupils will also be givii ot Jew ish history and | eginnings of the Bible iginal text. n Talmud Torah aciweeklj Sabbath s HI i.ehrlield. spiritual h Israel, Rabbi Schiii to be Seen Rabbi Solomon Schiff. spiritual leader ol Beth El Congregation, will be j^iiost -pl \MI1\, %  Two sizzling styles for back to school! (a) Textured wool juniper with new dropped waistline, fabric sash. Blue, orange. Size 6-14, 12.98. (b) Box pleated skirt, plaid wool. Orange, blue/green. Size 6-14, 7.98. Orion sweater, orange, teal, green. Size 10-16, 4.98. Deo's Den, fourth floor miami At all five Burdine's stores • sunslnne f asli-ions* / • • %  '•



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Pcge 4 A Jm ts ti nerkfian Friday. August 25, 1961 '• "^Jewish Floridian OFHCE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 Published every Friday sfice 1!''.'7 hv The Jewish Floridian at 120 N.K. Sixth Street, Miami I. Florida Second-Class Postage Paid 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 News Service, National Editorial Assn., American Assn. of English.Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida Press Assn. FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher IFO MINDLIN E xecutive Editor ISRAEL BUREAU — Telephone 4-2861 202 Ben Yehuda — Tel Aviv. Israel RAY U. BINDER Correspondent TinJewish Floridian does not puariiniee the Kashruth of ilomerchandise advertised in its columns. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area One Year $5.00 Three Years $10.00 Out of Town Upon Request Volume 34 Number 34 Friday. August 25. 1961 13 Elul 5721 A Splinter Party Victory Israel Prime Minister David Ben Gurion faces a dilemma familiar to John Fitzgerald Ker.nedy: He has not been given a clear mandale of rule at the polls. This political accident has since colored every major action and utterance of President Kennedy. For his part. Mr. Ben-Guiian was several days ago guoted as calling it "a disaster" to the country. If both leaders spoke of the same thing, they clearly had different sets of facts in mind. Since his inauguration last January. President Ker.edy has felt the burden of reckoning with the opposition. In the President's case, this gees far beyond normal bi-partisan considerate ns. His victory written in terms of a tenth of a decimal point, the President is frequently gujded by Republican opinion even if it runs contrary to his own best judgment — and, indeed, at times contrary to his campaign vows. This. Mr. Kennedy sees less in terms of his personal political responsibility than as the opposition's right won at the polls last November, where the people failed to give him "a clear mandate of rule." But Prime Minister Ben-Gurion. were he in a similar statistical bind, would consider the Kennedy squeaker a smashing victory. Neither would he engage in soul-searching philosophy as a prelude to decision — philosophy involving his not-fully-determined right to speak for the majority. If this is to say that Mr. Ben-Gurion is a mere ruthless politician than the President of the United States, then let the chips fall where they may. Admittedly, cultural differences between the two nations abound, and in these differences may lie the distinctions that sepcrrcte the personalities of both leaders. But the realities of political experience are also instrumental in shaping Mr. Ben-Gurion's attitudes — realities quite unrelated to the subtler question of gentlemanly breeding and what is fair. When Israel's Prime Minister must once again face the fact that he has no clear mandate, he is not thinking in terms of a victory reckoned in terms of a tenth of a decimal point. He is thinking in terms of a fractional plurality in a field of a multitude of parties and candidates—a field from which he must now choose a likely number of possibilities with whom to deal in the tasteless process of forming a coalition. It is this the Prime Minister meant when he called the results of the Aug. 15 election "a disaster." For not only has Israel once again failed to heed his advice in the question of much-needed electoral reform vis-a-vis the country's almost ludicrous multi-party system; but Israelis generally have also failed to understand why reform is needed. The disaster I s not a personal one for Mr. Ben-Gurion who, figured in terms of Israeli politics, did after all "win." It is rather a national one: Israel must again suffer as many captains at the helm of the ship of state as give themselves the title. And. in a splinter party world, everyone "wins' cd the polls. mi The Priceless Lipchitz Gift World-renowr.ed sculptor Jccques Lipchitz w qivmcr a priceless collection of his art to the State of Israel. Trvs is a laudable contribution, whxen deserves the highest praise from people everywhere. Admittedly, there can be no successful government without industrial and economic progress. But the durability of nations in human history is after all reckoned in terms of their artistic and intellectual achievement. The Jacques Liochitz gift is a tremendous boost to the aesthetic reserves the young State of Israel has built after only thirteen years of independence. It will serve to make all the BACK TO WORK Element of Human Justice The multiplicity of polls conducted by Jewish organizations, with the Eichmann trial as subject, betrays excessive world Jewish sensitivity toward the recently-concluded proceedings. The most current, in a swirl of others, is the poll conducted by the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. The ADL poll demonstrates that editorial opinion conclusively believes the trial proved the charges against Eichmann. Like some, but not all, of its predecessors, the ADL survey shows a professional guiding hand. This is a tribute to the League, which has amassed a set of illuminating statistics. But Jewish soul-searching into the basis, motives, and ultimate aims of the Eichmann. trial tend to obscure one set of facts while emphasizing another. Apart from the legality or intent of the trial, which has by now been covered to the point of near-disenchantment, the excessive probing improperly suggests that Jews might have been able to prevent the proceeding from opening last April were thev so inclined. Indeed, the unending concern with the impact of the trial implies that Jews now wonder if they should not have exercised this alleaed power in the first instance. Clearly, such excessive self-examination fhes In the face of the fact that the years-lona search for Adolf Eichmann, his arrest in Buenos Aires, his return to Israel, his arraignment and tr:ai were all planned and executed by the State of Israel without a single known Israe'" ; request for an opinion from world Jewry beforehand. Although this is elemental to Jews generally, who would regard the suggestion of prior consultation on any'major Israeli issue as outlandishly comical, it is far from elemental %  or those wnom Jewish-snonsored polls auest:cn. By time and again demonstrating our supersensitivity, do we n nt affirm the allegation that then? is something to be sensitive about — that there is c "mysterious" quality in the workings of the State of Israel, and that the Eichra trial is not a trial but a "plot"? We-e we to question ourselves les assiduously, republic opinion would more readily come to accept the fact that the Eichmann trial is only a .lttie more complex manifestation oi the simple element of human justice. the week .. as i see it by LEO MINDLIN 0U W HAT OES tomorrow hold for David Ben-Gurion'' i during the week xstiw^ O ed in the Aug. 15 national elec tion. but he gained nothing by forcing the government to bear its expense. Politically Mr. Ben-Gurion occupies the same position he held p j l)r t the election, Once a^ain. hmust travel the mostly torturous road toward the establishment of a coalition. This means that, also once again, he vim have to do business with the very people he sought to neutralize when he walked out back in April. Odds are that they will be no easier as opponents than before. From the political point of view. Mr. Ben-Gurion has therefore; profited not at all: it anything, he has added to the debit side oi the ledger. Neither are the debits merely to be counted by the few seats his Mapai Party lest in the shuffle. To be taken into serious account are the ideological shifts in his reasoning with which the Prime Min ister must now reckon — shifts he maneuvered in order to attract new sources of strength even while he was losing older ones Mr. Ben-Gurion's battle with Pinhas I.avon did not leave him unscathed He once ousted Lavon from the Defense Minister's | i more recently was the principal agent in Lavon's removal secretary general of Hlstadrut. But in the process oi hurling h>s i enl into Beeming oblivion. Mr. Ben-Gurion has hurt himself imm urabiy — Indeed far more than would seem oiw the surface. Or the difficult things about dealing with the Israeli political scei the vast number of secret>iirrt>iiri(li:iy it. So many of i.-rael> leaders today are erstwhile Poles and sians, and it appears to follow almost naturally that they should ad the Russian cult of secrecy as a method of power operation; but a method that plays havoc with the best intentions of its obsen who must perforce become prophets and seers. HIS COURTSHIP OF ORTHODOXY %  NOTWITHSTANDING THE NEED for speculation here, it is rea< ably .safe to say that Mr. Ben-Gurions -affair" with Pin I.avon and the Aug. 15 election have left him somewhat behind the marginal level of strength he could muster before he brought Israel's government down last April. His new alliances are in mam cases marriages of convenience, and although thev earned for him tt numerical tally he needed at the pells in order to be returned to offta they will prove far less enduring in the lont> run. and certainly less sophisticated and significant on the national scene, than were tho-e he lost in his execution of the Lavon vendetta. A case in point was the Prime Minister's ardent courting of the Orthodoxy during the campaign a process that elicited irom Mr Ben-Gurion a number of surprising statements, not the least of which involved separation of church and state principles. In Mr Ben Gurion s present mood, separation of church and state is an imposibility m Israel. Designed to attract Orthodox votes, his stand is contrary to everything he has symbolized in the past. Neither can this m any way relate to the Prime Ministers changed attitude toward Histadrut. In Histadrut, whose imposing national headquarters are humor ously and perhaps aptly dubbed "the Kremlin," Mr. Ben-Gurior a direct threat to the emergence of Israels middle class. His battiagainst Pinhas Lavon may be traced, in good measure, to the Pri Minister s revaluation of Histadrut and the socio-economic structure for which it stands. A CASt Of BUNG NIW AIL AROUND QNE WOULD BE hard-put to say that Mr. Ben-Gurion has gone sour on Socialism. Nevertheless, a strong middle class seems a SUM! I .' m > succes full > ,0 ad vance the cause of an Israel so.idl> rooted in the ways of Western civilization. And it is this tor which Mr. Ben-Gurion craves more than anything else. the In f f ?, l J S ft!*, 8 S W middU? C,ass social ^ucture derives from he ver> vitals of the European spirit; while Histadrut. dedicated to sraehTomorr V^£ C mmunal ^^ ^visions the kind of AfriS l?,T a r '" ,h ? Jews of ,he M,ddk East and North Ainca play a far more significant role. But it is in terms of the ormer that Mr Ben-Gur.on reckons Israels future sir'va and n^encaUeS T* *" ^^ -** ^ SSmSi thouM fwL'lSTSK!? 1 !! f IsraC '" S P0li,ical clima,e genuine* I Sf n n ; ndeed b> C01 """" the 0rthodox •>•• %  <>' Hi %  • It "PotentialI support, he has proved that it is far from genii rurS %  7 : ft 525 o f poUtlca m aM bn,,al and •* "> Gurioni is new to both groups, whether he has come to them oul *CUOH or expediency He is new to the middle class Zl t -"w S ^n 1 m 7 ,,S !i ,, ,m UWn ,hp wWt Of 0! and he is new to the Orthodoxy, which rightly docs not trust I -:• •:• 'ACTORS WORKING AGAINST HIM 0T F !" E mar 5| a 8 '"' Uieae. the Prime Minister was ba • • Ion i!" ma n kin ^ l p for ,lls ,0S8M elsewhere. Reckoi %  Slv 25'iJS H ^' (ii r ,,,s assi, l ^"< "-• Kremlin" • bea fruu. Bu, his relationship with the Orthodox, L -a f"u UneMy T' Neither "Welly In terms of q • can he rely on it as a valuable asset. one d ion!! 1 ""' faCt ,hat Mr B ^* is far from a young n u-s v ay i mpreMed 1)V a >tr y "n h I hn U P n 3 C l,n,ry UnwUUn ,0 ha !" one. and aCurinl H^ 8 JU f t u? merged W,,uld be foolish to say that men in ", sl hls %  *• % %  %  • %  "'" "' Mm. His opponents' ai a • %  • < v r 3 8 :' ernnit n of one-man rule still holds u able one CtrJUnly, the vista of hi, power remains a for. Ben-GurJ'n'aS^Th 10 *"** Geologically does not belong to Mr. L *£nmm taS. .K m w pol,,,cal tone in ^el. manifest se> more meaningful the country's phenomenal Datid S( ,-1!,?? *> lT today and ldeed "0 longer m development in its other areas of national en* ml£Th.ff? d 22**2* to make U back t0 office on Aug 15 deavor. al en Ws a dvanrL d Nevertheless, other factors, in ad to his ad>anc.ng age. are working against his resumed power.