The Jewish Floridian

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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"Jewish Floridian
Volume 35 Number 19
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida. Friday. May 11. 1962
Two Sections Price 2t>

.S. to Offer Nasser $200 Million
SENSATIONAL CASE UNFOLDS IN MIAMI
State Attorney to Try
To Head Off Change
Of Venue Plea Here
FOR RELATED STORIES PAGE 11-A
Dade County State Attorney Richard E. Gerstein and his office
were set this week to return to the courtroom of Criminal Court Judge
Gene Williams on Friday to fight a move for change of Yenue in the
case of Don W. Branch, Mike Babey, and George Victer.
The trio were late last week im-
Warnings by Congressional
Leaders Unheeded as Loan
And Surpluses Off to UAR
plicated in a fantastic plot and
sensational expose involving pro-
posed bombings of Greater Miami
^.ynagogues; the assassination of
Gerstein, along with other leaders
of the Jewish community here;
and ties to George Lincoln Rock-
wells American Nazi Party, of
Arlington. Va.
The three men were exposed on
the heels of the bombing" of
Congregation Anshe Emes, a small
-ynagogue whose members include
mainly elderly persons, which
meets in a renovated house at
2533 SW 19th ave.. Miami.
Branch, Babey, and Victer
have been charged with being
part of a "Minute Men" hate
group here and with participa-
tion in the bombing of the home
of Don Shoemaker, editor of The
Miami Herald, on Feb. 18. Dade
State Attorney Gerstein has also
declared that there is evidence
Continued on Page 2-A
RICHARD E. GfRSTEfN
SOURCE Of BOND FUNDS QUESTIONED
Rightist Group and Nazi
Party Linked to Terrorists
The activities of the president of
Florida States Rights, Inc.. an ex-
treme rightwing group here, may
1:1 part explain the rapidity with
which bond was raised for Donald
i Branch, Mike Babey. and George
Victer.
Two of the trio, subsistance-paid
l city employees, and the third a
1 self-employed electrician, came up
with $55,000 in bond money imme-
diately as Criminal Court Judge
Gene Williams set the bail figure
Thursday.
Bond-man Del Hoskins said he
h^d put up the sum himself without
his usual 10 percent commission on
the word of Fred C. Davant and
Walter Gwinn. defense attorneys,
that the fees would be paid.
The Florida States Rights
executive is J. H. Keathley, who
lists himself as a home builder
at 825 NW 14th ct., Miami. Ac-
cording to Keathley, the Miami
branch of the organization "meets
at various places" every Monday
night. "Sometimes we bring in
a speaker, and sometimes one of
our group leads a discussion
among ourselves."
WASHINGTON (JTA) Ig-,
During Senatorial warnings against
strengthening the United Arab
Republic's "dangerous policy ot
exterminating Israel," the Admin-
istration here was proceeding this
week with plans to bolster the
L'AR's economy with a massive j
"package" of assistance.
Included in the "package" are
plans for a loan by the international j
consortium, of $200,000,000; the
sale of a vast quantity of U.S. agri-1
cultural surpluses, amounting per
haps to as much as another $100,- j
000.000; and the furishing to the I
Egyptian Government of large- j
scale American technical assist-
ance.
The move to warn the United
states against Egypt's use of such
broad help for the purposes of
trying to destroy Israel was
spearheaded by Sen. Kenneth
' Keating, New York Republican.
' In a letter to Secretary of State
Dean Rusk, followed by a speech
on the floor of the Senate, Keat-
ing demanded that the Adminis-
Continuedon Page 12-A
Egypt Aims
To Break Up
France, Israel
PARIS(JTA)With the Alger-
ian problem on the way to solu-
tion, France was scheduled to be-
gin talks soon with Egyptian diplo-
mats for renewal of diplomatic
ties. President Nasser hopes to
induce the French to end their
close and friendly ties with Israel,
but most French experts doubt
this will happen.
"At Goumhuriya," Nasser's of-
. ficial newspaper, said flatly in
an editorial that the principal
condition for such resumed Fran-
co-Egyptian ties, broken off in
the 156 Sinai campaign, would
Continued on Page 2-A
One Jew Killed and Many Hurt
As Algeria Violence Flares Up
VIEW FUTURE WITH APPREHENSION PAGE 6-A
SONNABIND ELECTED PRESIDENT
Bobby Views Civil Rights
Issues at AJComm. Meet
"we have mem-
our state." He
By Special Report


Ori/ci) endenc >
7.
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the race for outer space, the race
[or equality, if not for superiority,
NEW YORK Attorney General ,, nuclear weapons."
Robert F. Kennedy has asserted ; ]n g speech here Saturday eve
here that the advancement of civil ning wnich stressed the importance
rights at home "is as important as f c,vii rights issues in "a period
of perilous cold war." Attorney
General Kennedy declared, "if we
are to be leaders in the struggle
for freedom and social progress for I
all American."
The Attorney General linked
the civil rights struggle to the
problem of national "vigor" in
this way: "In these times, we
r.esd the vigor and the faith of
every American as we seek to
advance the cause of freedom in
a period of perilous cold war. To
thwart thousands of our fellow
Americans from participating ful-
ly in the process of our govern-
ment is to weaken that vigor and
to dilute their faith, an we can-
not afford it."
Kennedy was the guest of honor
and principal speaker at the 55th
Continued on Page 5-A
A series of worldwide
events will mark the 14th
anniversary of Israel's Inde-
pendence, which was pro-
nounced on the 5th day of
the Hebrew month of Iyar in
1948. This days falls on May
9 in 1962. and to cel-brate
the occasion. The Jewish
Floridian presents in its cur-
rent issue a number of in-
teresting and informative
articles. See
Pages 8 to 10-A.
Keathley said,
bership all over
said the organization is a "private
group" founded in 1954, following
the Supreme Court ruling on de-
segregation. Keathley has now .n-
dicated thai he intends to come up
with the legal fees for the accused.
Also planning to help is Ameri-
can Nazi Party leader George Lin-
coln Rockwell. According to Rock-
well. Branch is not a member of
the party who. he said, never re-
turned the party's application fee
and form sent him. Declared
Rockwell from the party's organi-
zation in Arlington, Va :
"If he is guilty, we'll assist the
Continued on Page 7-A
PARIS (JTA) One Jew was
killed, seven were injured serious-
ly, and a number of others were
lii.it when Moslems opened a series
Of attacks against the Jewish quar-
ter of Oran. Algeria, last weekend.
according to authoritative news
that reached here and caused grave
concern among French Jews.
The fight.ng started early Friday
night when snipers and other ma-
rauders belonging to the FNL, the
Moslem independence movement.
drove through the Jewish quarter,
firing at random at homes and pass-
ersby. In this initial attack, at
least three Jews were seriously
wounded and a number of others night, jusl as the Fohd Social Ju.t
were Injured. Willie, the central French Jewish
we Hare organization, convened here
marauders, driving down one of
the main streets of the Jewish
section, Boulevard Joffre. The
defenders opened fire, killing four
of the five men in the car,
wounding the fifth. Almost im-
mediately, crowds of Arabs flow-
ed into the Jewish quarter,
brandishing rifles, pistols, knives
and metal bars. The invaders
were driven back but not before
at least four others were serious-
ly injured and one Jew, Elie Dij-
ian, 64, a retired school teacher,
had been murdered.
The news came here Monday-
Sunday morning, defense units
cornered another car of FLN
Continued on Page 12-A
Eichmann Refuses to Tag Criminals
JERUSALEM (JTA' Adolf
Eichmann received a visit in Ram
leh prison this week from Magis-
trate Yehuda Weiss who tried, un-
successfully, to question the pris-
oner about Nazi war crime colla-
I borators awaiting trials in Vienna
and Belgrade.
The Austrian and Yugoslavian
! Governments had requested the
questioning of the ex-Gestapo col-
onel, who is awaiting disposition by
I the Israel Supreme Court of his
conviction and death sentence by
the Jerusalem District Court for
lirecting the annihilation of 6.000.-
oOO European Jews.
Vienna and Belgrade authori-
ties feel that Eichmann may
throw further light on the activ-
ties of the men charged wih war
crimes in Austria and Yugosla-
via. However, Eichmann refused
to answer Magistrate Weiss' ques-
tions under the pretext that his
appeal is still pending.
Minister of Police Behor Shitreet
said that, in prison, Eichmann is
maintaining an unemotional pos-
ture. "He showed no emotion what-
ever," said Mr. Shitreet, "when he
>poke to his wife on the occasion
ol hi> wife's visit to him last week.
That man must be stronger than
steel."
Maariv. an afternoon daily, re-
Continued on Page 2-A


Page 2-A
>>?*# FhrtdRar)
Friday, May H, \$A
Change of Venue Sought
By Terrorist Tr'o Here
Continued frem Paoe 1-A
to prove they were pla-.n'rtg to
dynamite the home of William C.
Baggs, editor of T>.c Mfami
News.
Gersteln, him soli, was to be the
special assassinai target of
Branch. Also marked for di nth
by the trio were Jack Gordon,
member of the Dade County Board
of Public Instruction: Samuel
Kriedland. chairman of the board,
Food Fair. Inc.: and William D.
MALCOLM FRIEDMAN
Asst. Attorney
General Honored
Malcolm H. Friedman, newly-ap-
p mted Special Assistant Attorney
General for the State of Florida.
\\s honored at a recent function
here in Kossuth Hall sponsored by
local Hungarian civic groups.
Sponsors included the First Hun-
garian United Church. Kossuth
Civic Center. Independent Ameri-
can Hungarian Jewish Civic Assn..
Hungarian American Jewish Club.
Hungarian Women's Guild, and
Kossuth Youth Club.
At the affair, Friedman was
given a Key to the City of Miami
by Commissioner David Kenneoy.
Guest speaker at the function
\ ;i. I'.S Rep. Dance Fascell. of the
4th Congressional District. Pro-
gram included Maj. Lawrence Feld
man in the Pledge ei Allegiance;
( escalation, Circuit Court Judae
riulip Goldman; and an acknowl-
edgement by the honoree.
Friedman is a graduate of the
University of Miami law school,
and attended Miami Senior High
School, He is affiliated with his
own firm. Southern Title Assoc. in
Coral Gables.
The new appointee is married.
and he and his wife. Donna Lee.
live at 9021 SW 48th si.
.. I rmer State Road Board
clrettnvan, and executive of the
Royal Castle fcod chain.
Brdneh. 25. oi 323 W 12fli st..
\b. it :i city water works em-
[>' lyec. and was charged with
"placing and discharging deadly
vi'-" at the Shoem iker
'lome. i!e was also accused of
rting dynamite and with
torses i of explosives. Accord-
i the State Attorney's office,
he charge carries a possible life
sentence, with a minimum term of
20 years
Bab?y. 37. of 3711 SW 26th ter.,
i- alto a city water works em-
ployee Victer. 50. of 3655 NW
12th >: is an electrician. Both
were charged with transporting
and n of explosives. These
cl arges carry 10-year maximum
tei ms.
Br: I as so: al $25,000,
the two at $15,000 each.
B immediately posted for
the Ihn and speculation is
rather cl rive h re on how this
was Branch and
Bab : I ample, draw S305 a
. cil employees B th
fired bj City
Managi i Mi l\ in Reese.
On? of rfctlr attorneys, Walter
Gv/ir.n meenwhtte, late last week
reported that he had personally
received t'lrsateniryj phone calls
following announcement that he
would defend the trio. Gwinn,
perplexed, explained he was "a
personal friend of Mr. Gerstein."
The move for change of venue
came Monday, when t'rwmn and
Fred C. Davant told Criminal
Court Judge Williams that it would
nm be possible tor their clients to
< ceive a fair and impartial trial
In Dade county. Judge Williams
promptly declared that he would
post pom lecision until Friday. A
threatening, noisy, crowded court-
room seemed to substantiate
Gwinn's contention.
Eichmann Won't
Tag Criminals
Continued from Page 1-A
ported this week that Fiehmann
told his wife during their meeting
ihat a terrible wrong had been
done to the Jewish people and
everytMng Sh iild be done to pre-
vent a repetition.
"Anti-Semitism," Eichmann de-
clared, according to thi paper, "is
a terrible mistake, and anti-Semitic
movements sh >uld no longer be al-
l wed. A terrible wrong has been
none to the Jewish people. Whai
has happened cannot be undone, but
everything should be done to pre-
vent a repetition.
HCKntkJ GUIRNTIR
Temple Judea
Elects Gelernter
New President
Herbert Gelernter was this week
elected president of Temple Judea
in Cor.ii Gabies, He succeeds Ben
Fssen to the post
Others elected at a meeting hell
in the congregation were Victor
Reiter first vice president; Wil-
liam Weissel, second vice presi-
dent. Joseph Klein, secretary; and
Albert Jacobson, treasurer
Members of the board ol
tors an Vdl< r. Dr, I
Balbi r, ,i.i. n an Tildi i
enblum. Alan
Josi ph Srel Iz. Marvin
Alexandi r Milli r Si
Richman, and Sam Weissel
Gelernter is a past president of
i Judea, having sem I in
tins capacity the 195152
yi ar
He i- a past president of the
( oral Gables Citizens Committee.
past Coral Gables chairman of the
Combined Jewish Appeal, and a
graduate cf boih Syracuse Unlver
sity :>nd Harvard University law
school
He attended New York Univer-
sity school of engineering, and as-
sisted with the Army Corps of En-
gineers during World War II.
He is a member of the Bar of
the State of New York and of the
Society of Military Engineers. He
is also a member of the commit
tee for a swimming pool code for
the City of Coral Gables and of the
board of directors of Cedars of
Lebanon Hospital
Student Wins
Cancer Award
Elaine R. Bass, 17. a stu lent at
Miami Senior High School, was
recently awarded a JloO scholar-
ship In the State Seier.ce Talent
Search conducted at Pensacola
Junior Coltoge and sponsored by
the Florida Foundation tor Future
Scientists,
The special award wa- allocated
by the Florida DivnV-. of the
American Cancer Society
Miss Rass was also a member of
the Westinghouse honors group in
the Westinghouse Science Talent
Search, received a Merit Letter of
Commendation from the Merit
Scholarship Corp.. and won a
Heart Assn. summer scholarship
award.
Top Teen of the Week" m the
Miami Herald, she has also been
accepted to work in research in
the field of biochemist rj at the
University of Miami under Dr. Al-
bert R. Krall.
A member of the Spanish Na-
tional Honor Society. Miss Bass
served as president of thi soeiet)
the past semester. She is also '
member of Mu Alpha HlBta. n.i
tional mathematics h n< rar> so-
ciety, national "Beta." an honor
service club. Tri Alpha .i schol-
astic honorary group, ill soon
graduate from huh school, fourth
in a class of 885.
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UAR Threatens French Ties
Continued from Page 1-A
be the breaking off by France |
' its close ties with Israel.
The newspaper presented a \,A
i.f problems "which rauil he ^1
Ued" before diplon atic relation!
an be resumed. fJn. was the -cil
linuous influx of French arms fal
[svael which are used aqaiastgfl
r'Rhts of the people o{ I'alestusl
and a'eainst all the Arab- "
Another was th- attitude A
Prance touara arrangement of il
special agreement linking Nrnjl
v\:th the European Common Mar,
ket, thus opening t.i Israel ;h I
main gate to enable n to accediI
to Africa's markets."
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Cutler Eke?d to Second Term as Head c!hm Nmed ch*m'm
trfhnr II i 'nnrshnn board < ha
Of Miami Jewish Community Center
Hiqhliaht of the 11th annual dinner meeting of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center is reached as Leon Kaplan
o vice president of the National Jewish Welfare Board.
m ikes a giil presentation to Efraim H. Gale, Center executive
the occasion of his tenth anniversary with the
ler, Presentation was Sunday evening at the Dupont Plaza.
brVUCC Executive Director Cited
Por Ten Years of Service to Agency
General Kent- of the nth an-
h ii dinner meeting oi the Great-
Miami Jewish Community Cen-
at the Dupont Plaza hotel Sun
i r. was th( honoring ol its exeeu
live director. Efraim H. Gale, on
Ihe occasion of his ten years of ser-
ve, to th< agency.
Many presentations were made
1,, Cale. (enter President. A Budd
pn Rented a bronze plaque
. Gale which read: "A testimonial
f grateful appreciation to Efraim
I Gale for his outstanding, unsel-
fish service and contribution, for
hi leadership, vision and ability,
. executive director. 1952-1962 ."
Gale also received statements ol
personal appreciation from Harold
Thurman, vice president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
. connection with the greetings
thai he brought from that organi
v mon. John B. Turner, chairman
ei the board of United Fund, who
was installing officer, presented a
phy to Gale 'as a leadership
award to outstanding workers in
the community."
As a special g-ft from leaders in
the Center and the community,
Gale received a presenation from
Leon Kaplan, vice president of the
National Jewish Welfare Board, in
the form of a trip abroad. Kaplan
said that 'Gale's influence has
been a vital factor in the growth of
the agency." Mrs. Dorothy Kreig-
1 er Fink presented a musical tribute
1 in the form of a series of song paro-
dies for each of Gale's ten years
of service. Presentation was writ-
ten by Mrs George A. Simon and
Mrs. Philip Schiff.
Emanuel Tropp. Center associate
director, presented Gale with a gold
watch on behalf of the staff of
the agency. A special message was
also brought by Arthur Rosichan.
Federation executive director.
A Budd Cutler, Miami [orney,
ed Foi .. -.. md term as
i resident ol Ih Greal i Miami
.l.'u ish Commun tj Ci nt< r al the
Center's lltb annual dinner meet-
ing "ii Sundaj night at the Dupont
Plan hotel.
other officers elected for the
coming year are honorary presi-
dent, Isidore B. Simkowltz; vice
presidents Jack Katzman, Mrs.
George A. Simon and Stanley Spiel-
er; treasurer, Mrs Philip Same'.;
associate treasurer, Herschel Ros-
di'hal; financial secretary, Milton
Balsam; and corresponding secre-
tary, Howard Dunn.
(ill cers elected lo head up each
ol the respective branches of the
Center were announced: Miami
l ranchpresident, Stanley Spieler;
honorary pn sident, Mrs. George A,
Simon; first vice president, Hers-
chel Rosen thai; second vice presi-
dent. Arthur Stein; and secretary,
Mrs Leslie Blumberg.
Miami Beach Branchpresident. [|arrs Levin. Merle Litman
Robert Grossman; vice presidents,'
shall Berkson and Jacob Katz-
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Volume 35 Number 19
Friday. May 11, 1962
7 Iyar 5722
Miami Terrorists
Are Exposed Here
The sensational police work
here in Greater Miami during the
pest week proves the point that
George Lincoln Rockwell must be
taken seriously. What the police
discovered is further evider.ee of
the polarization of extreme right-
wing forces throughout the na-
tion.
Heretofore, ultra-conservatives,
c polite term for hatemongers and
supporters of government by au-
thority, found occasional leader-
ship in the equally occasional
emergence of Fascist-prototype
organizations all seeking power
within the uncomfortable confines
o: a narrow horizon and sparse
audience.
3ut the horizon is no longer
nanow, and neither is the audi-
ence sparse. Conservatism has
become increasingly respectable
politically; and the ultra-fofrces,
hiding behind this development,
readily disguise their baser pur-
poses. Hence, they are no longer
tagged as crackpot, and no longer easily
laughed off the stage of their operations.
Within such an atmosphere, the outrageous
Rockwell type merely becomes an "off-beat"
personality not to be taken seriously, and this
is precisely why he must be considered dan-
gerous. In truly more conservative times, he
would have been neutralized by ridicule.
Conversely, the potency potential of Rock-
well today lies in the fact that he is tolerated
and, against an understanding of the emer-
gence of Hitler in Germany in the early 1930's,
Dcnald Branch's prediction of the election of
Rockwell to the U.S. Presidency in 1972 can
r.c longer be shrugged off even if nervously.
The dramatic expose involving Branch,
Mike Babey, and George Victer indicates the
confusion of our time: that hatemongers aspire
to spokesmanship for American political mor-
aiity. Hiding behind an assault against Com-
munism, they are really seeking to bring to
heel the democratic way of life.
Whatever the theoretical and psychological
forces behind the terrorists' motives here, we
join the community in congratulating the cour-
age and resourcefulness of Dade State Attor-
ney Richard Gerstein and the Miami Police De-
partment Intelligence Division for cracking
t;.:s sensational case.
devotion to the necessity for survival. Sur-
rounded by a sea of Arab aggressiveness and
the common world practice of sponging on
American expansiveness, it is highlighted by
Israel's voluntary request two weeks ago to
bring her Point Four assistance to a close.
Herself grappling with more than the nor-
mal number of problems confronting a recent-
ly-established country, it is being demonstrated
by Israel's own assistance programs to the
newly-emerging nations off Africa.
Israel's history since her emergence in our
time is a continuing demonstration of a peo-
ple's purposeful dedication to human better-
ment. On her 14th anniversary of indepen-
dence, world Jewry has ample reason to be
proud. And Israel, despite the challenges be-
fore her, has even more reason to be hopeful.
Israel's 14th Anniversary
On the 5th day of the Hebrew month of Iyar
in 1948 of the common era, Israel was reborn,
thus setting the seal of authenticity on the pro-
phecy of Dr. Theodor Herzl that, at the first
Zionist Congress in Basel. Switzerland, he had
founded the Jewish State and that, at the ut-
most, in fifty years, his prediction would be a
reality.
On May 9 of the common calendar, Jews
throughout the world marked the 14th anni-
versary of Israel's independence. What this
young republic has accomplished since her
establishment is a matter of clear record. It
may be seen in her economic progress, her
educational advances and scientific research,
her road-building and agricultural develop-
ment, her democratic governmental process,
and her humanitarian dedication to the con-
tinuing principle of Jewish ingathering no mat-
ter how heavy the burden it imposes.
It may be seen against the backdrop of un-
relenting warfare waged by her neighbors to
cast Israel into the sea and her unswerving
The Need Must be Met
The grisly story of the Algerian Jewish com-
munity offers further evidence that once again
in history a large number of Jews must flee
for their lives.
This means that they must leave behind
cultural roots, in many cases going back hun-
dreds of years, and that they must also aban-
don whatever financial and material wealth
they have accumulated.
Authorities estimate that some 150,000 Jews
will be leaving Algeria within virtually weeks.
The burden such mass migration imposes on
Jews abroad is large indeed. That by far the
larger number of refugees expect to go to
France rather than to Israel does not ease the
cost of moving and subsequent rehabilitation.
All of which brings home to us the continu-
ing and emergent need of the United Jewish
Appeal and its local affiliates through Greater
Miami's 1962 Combined Jewish Appeal. Have
you made your pledgeand have you paid it?
The need is being acted out on the streets
of Oran today, soaked red by the blood of
Jewish victims in the Algerian rebel war. who
succumb to illicit Arab attack and murder. It
is a need you can help ameliorate through
Slavery In Another Name
The Soviet ban against Matzoh baking was
a sad one, but it is also a hint that Commu-
nism's triumph over Russian Jewry's identifi-
cation with Jewish cultural tradition is far less
triumphant than has been imagined.
daring the week
... as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
one say of
UfHAT CAN
W. Branch. Mlke Bj.
and George Victer So n
has already been said 2
them. Branch. particularly?.
a personification of the Shab
spearean observation
evil that men do

"The
men do lwes after
by LIU MINULIN ,hern In 1962 Miami, there
is clear evidence that Hitler!
* insanity did not die uith him
seventeen years ago in the in
glorious Berlin blinker he chose for his grave.
But I would suggest that Branch, Babey. and Victer are mer. I
props for a drama suggest that Branch. Babey. and Victer are me'
many voting places. In the first instance. Judge Williams' failure t'
come to grips with the issue before him was an expedient maneuver
sheped by his own candidacy. How could he go on record hours \1
fore Election Day in the matter of change of venue, if in no other
and not expect to lose at least some ballots that might otherwise be
his.' On the other hand, a postponement until Friday would hardlt
offend anyone while at the same time limning the decision m tb
cloak of super-duper concern fcr the rights of those charged with
crime, however odious they may oe personally
The postponement apart, there are other political consideration
thit reduce to proper proportion the role of Branch. Babey. and Victer
although the threesome they compose is surely sensational enou"h
if nothing else. The considerations begin with the State Attornev
himself. From there, they jump to far less august persons of com.
nv.inal significance on the surface but. in fact, with deep r ted influ-
ences that affect the very lives of Dade county's youth.
*'. mi* ;
issues or CRiATta sicsincANCt
IT WOULD BE puerile to lionize Mr. Gerstein for th< tragic end
Branch, particularly, plotted in his behalf. For Ml
his eyes symbolizes all Jews Jews universally at the .
er structure as Nazi prototypes consistently see then
-:h ially insulting I i a Branch personality, which I
.-I; leadership is a nefarious, sub-surface phemmii n i
national implications The Gerstein role that ol I
; b) the potential fisl of police power is rather
lines for himself. A Jewish State Attorney violati
no less than his view, of the exalted meaning inberenl v.-.
principle and purpose.
But Mr Gerstein is certainly to be applauded for the eXemptan
manner in which his office and the Police Department brhn'.
iiig up the expose. Those of us who were impelled from time
to time in the past to make humorous, if not disparaging remarks
about the provincial Miami police, now have just cause to be proud
of the ingenuity and courage they showed. In addition, the State
Attorney has once again demonstrated the capability of hi- personil
resources,
Why. then, are Mr. Gerstein and a number of fundamental Elec-
tion Day considerations of greater significance than Branch. Babey
and Victer to the ultimate achievement here of the Nazi terrorist de-
sign0 With respect to the Election Day consideration.-. I have in
mind the specific candidacies of two school board member.-. As for
Mr. Gerstein's role. I refer to the steamroller movement ir. the
direction of local book banning.
:- : -t-
CATCHilt A SYMPTOM Of TM DISlASt
ENSORSHIP IS TOO obviously related to the purpose- of totali-
^* tarian society to dwell upon it here. On May 10 this week exactly
twenty-nine years ago, the National Socialists burned 20.000 books
in a night-time bonfire in Berlin books declared "decadent." im-
moral.'" and a host of other things by self-appointed keepers of the
law to fit the Nazi brainwashing design.
Who were these self-annointed souls? It would be utterly naive
to point the finger at Josef Goebbels alone. It would be more real-
istic to accuse the German people as a whole. For thi< reason, do-
gooders have always left me cold. School board do-gooders freeze
mc particularly. In the first instance, their areas of public concern
uncover their personal problems to an embarrassing extent. In the
second instance, speaking most often from the vantagepoinl of un-
shakeable ignorance, they seek by their service to perpetuate for the
community the limitations that have crippled them. In ma
limitations the universal rule, they thus hope to minimize the pres-
ence of inadequacies in themselves.
I have here in mind the observations of Mrs. Eunu
and Mrs. Helene .1. Vosloh, who Tuesday ran to succi
eats on the Dade County Board of Public Instruction
Dr Robert Butler, this trio last week charged "Catcher iive
with being "trash" and served notice that they would do
in their power to see the J. D. Salinger novel removed fl n';,;o"'
reading lists
not mean to speak either for Salinger or his
offend me "Catcher" is hardly a novel: while S
: man whose glib superficialities and banalities conct i
ted the lazy notice of would-be profound r
easj road to philosophy. There is none.
THfr WORK HANDINHANO
OT THIS IS a literary judgment right or wrong -
B

made by the individual and not for him Who

.- uc inaue ijy ine individual ana not lor nun n
Andersons, the Voslohs, and the Butlers that they seek
us? What are their qualifications not as literary ex;
censors in a free society They in my view those who
vole on Tuesday are far more dangerous to the cause ol ,'rica"
democracy today than Branch, Babey. or Victer. (Salii
nothing, not even himself.)
In serving notice on "Catcher." the school board members
-'to do the same for us to arrest the community's rig
for itself.
for itself.
And hero enemy though he may be in the eyes of Bra
and Victer, I find it once again unhappy to discuss In this colum
Mr Gerstein's role in the recent battle again.-t the Henry Miller b "*.
On what basis did h.' load th accantt-> Tho hvsterical rant"
On what basis did he lead the assault? The hysterics.
Assistanl stale Attornej Aram Goshgarian. or his own liti
Dd for what it is a politically exi
a\
and
ments? Let this be understood for what it is a polm
thou-in control move played to an ignorant gallery of naj -
a gallery eternally filled with the prototypes of Branch, Bi
Victer.
They may not be bombers or terrorists, these Puritan ^ar"
of their neighbors' morality, but they are themselves, and tore
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Robert Kennedy in Civil Rights Talk to AJComm.
Continued from Page 1-A
imlal meeting of the American
i, wish Committee. More than 1.200
dficers and members of the Com-
inittee, delegates from throughout
Ike country, crowded into the.
Grand Ballroom of the Commodore
lei to hear the Attorney General's
Kennedy focused his attack on
ruses of" the right to vote. "Hun-
, rjs (it thousands of our fellow
Americans," he said, "are being de-
nied the right to vote." Current leg-
islation before Congress "would be
[ major step in remedying the Bit-
inn and that can be provided
quickly and easily by the Con-
He emphasized that "the right to
vote is the easiest right of all to
nt."
in examining U.S. civil rights
problems, Kennedy drew a sharp
contrast wdh the Soviet Union
. here, he said, "attacks on religi-
.- and racial minorities are hid-
. m from public view." In the U.S.
ij |, "we live in a tree an I
-,., iety and we do not hide
: faults, bury our mistakes or
al incidents, however shame-
; V- a result, the whole world
- that we have racial and rc-
iigious intolerance."
Not as well known, or under-
stood, throughout the world is
the great effort being made by
the American Government and
the American people to eradi-
cate" civil rights inequities. The
main effort of the Administra-
lion, he said, at this time is fo-
CLsed on "mobilizing support for
legislation to end abuses in the
administration of state literacy
requirements" for voting.
He said the purpose ot this leg- j
-lytion would be "to ban the un-
fair use of literacy tests to prevent j
iterate persons from voting."
Noting that "it is very easy to,
'Ik about civil rights." the At-
lorney General drew attention to
:he importance of achievement by
saying that "this Administration
-icks accomplishments and is go-
rig to be judged by its record in.
Held, by its daily work, and;
its ultimate results."
Regarding the untair application
I literacy tests. Kennedy cited
eases in which these test'
re used "to deny a substantial
I umber Of Americans the right to
iote because of their color." He
singled out. particularly, the in-
stance of "a Negro who has a Na-
tional Science Foundation grant lor
research, who was declared Hilt-
'ate and therefore denied the right
to vote." He added:
There are hundreds of examples
I similar situations in the tiles ot
'.t\e Department of Justice. College
professors, school teachers, and
Left to right are A. M. Sonnabend, newly-elected president of
American Jewish Committee, who succeeds Louis Caplan, of
Pittsburgh; Morris Abram, recently appointed by President
Kennedy as the U.S. member of the UN Sub-commission on
the Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities,
chairman of the AJC executive board; and Ralph Friedman,
chairman of the administrative board.
Sonnabend
8s President
By Special Report
NEW YORK A. M Sonnabend
..1 Boston and Palm Beach, indus-
trialist and civic leader, has been
elected 12th president of the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee at its 55th
annual meeting here. Sonnabend
succeeds Louis M. Caplan. of Pitts- j
burgh.
The new Committee president,
a native of Boston, and an alumnus
of Harvard, is president of the i
Hotel Corporation of America,!
which owns and operates a chain ol
hotels in major cities, and a direc-
tor and officer of a number of
American corporations.
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man of the development program
for the Committee's Institute ol
Human Relations. The Institute, in
operation since September. 1959. is
the Committee's national hcadquar
lers, and a center of research, edu-
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ministers have been declared il-
literate while the applicants in the
-ame district who have attended
only the second or third grade have
been declared literate and per-1
nutted to vote.'"
The voting problem, particularly
the abuses of the literacy test, he
said, is "so deep-rooted and so
manifestly unfair that I believe it
demands a solution which cannot
be provided by lengthy litigation on
a piecemeal basis." It was at this
point that the Attorney General
situation is being taken "on a
county basis, and we have made
significant progress." He pointed
out that when he took office "the
Federal Government was actively
attacking voting discrimination in
only a dozen counties. JNow we are
at work in more than one hundred
counties."
The current legislation is needed
not only in the South, but "would
also remedy a serious problem here
in New York where many citizens
Of Puerto Rican origin are unable
to vote." He declared:
He set U.S. national civil rights
goals in these words: "Life, liber-
ty, and happiness without qualifi-
cation, without discrimination on
the ground of race or religion
these must continue to be the credo
of American life. And they should
be plainly exportable. Tar.ffs have
, been created against it, as
stressed the importance of Federal hav0
I legislation as "a major step in
remedying this situation."
At the same banquet, sharing
the dais with Kennedy, Federal
Judge Thurgood Marshall, for-
mer officer and counsel of the
National Assn. for the Advance-
ment of Colored People, was pre-
sented with the Committee's
American Liberties Medallion for
the exceptional advancement of
the principles of human liberty.
Judge Marshall, of the U.S. Cir- -
cult Court of Appeals pointed out dom a"d democracy,
that despite gains since 1955. only |
one percent of the Negro students'
in the South have been integrated
each year since 1955.
have witnessed the Berlin Wall.
But barriers to ideas, as all history
has demonstrated, are eventually
futile."
Kennedy was introduced by for-
mer Gov. Herbert H. Lehman, who
characterized the Attorney General
as "epitomizing" the spirit of cre-
ativity in Washington today. He
said: "The atmosphere in the capi-
tal today is one of new ideas, com-
mitment to progress, confidence in
the concept of democracy and the
eventual universal triumph of free-
Kennedy said that while pressing
for federal legislation on voting
rights, concurrent action on this!
Judge Marshall, in accepting
the American Liberties Medallion
presented by Jacob Blaustein,
honorary president of the AJC,
stressed that while widespread
publicity has been given to un-
favorable desegregation situa-
tion* in the South, such LitMe
| Rock and New Orleans, "not
enough publicity has been given
| to areas where desegregation has
; proceeded without incident."
Judge Marshall prepared and ST-
' gued briefs for most NAACP cases
! effecting the rights of Negroes
from 1938 until his appointment '.:<-t
\ear. He has appeared 32 times
'"before the U. S. Sllprerne Cojrt,
t winning 29 of the cases.
While acknowledging integra::on
gains during the past seven years,
he pointed out that only one per
cent of Negro students per year
have been integrated in the South
Blaustein. a previous Medal.: n
recipient, pointed out that Judge
Marshall had won many sigr.ni-
cant civil rights cases brought be-
fore the U. S. Supreme Court. The
result of these victories, he said,
'enabled Negroes to vote in Demo-
j cratic primaries in the South;
'ousted Jim Crow from interstate
! transportation; outlawed all-white
juries; and established the princi-
ple that restrictive covenants aim-
led at racial and religious discrtm-
I iiiation cannot be legally enforced."
At another point in the even..12,
dedicated to retiring AJC presi-
dent, Louis Caplan, of Pittsburgh,
the National Council of Catholic
Men received AJC's Institute of
I Human Relations Award, which is
! given for exceptional advancement
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mass media. The plaque, preserved
by Irving M. Engel. honorary AJC
president, cited the NCCM for )uf-
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Algeria Jews Fearful About Future
Coral Way Jewish Center's new president is Al Levenson (left).
He is shown receiving the gavel from outgoing president, Irv-
ing Whitman, at installation ceremonies last Saturday night
at the Center.
JVS Gets Slate Of New Directors
Marshall S. Harris, chairman ot
the Jewish Vocational Service nom-
inating and membership commit-
tee, this week offered the following
slate to serve on the board of di-
rectors until 1965:
Mrs. Meyer A. Baskin. Mrs. Mark
Casper, Clemen J. Ehrlich. Mrs.
Charles P. Feinberg. Sam J. llei-
man, Albert J. Hirsch, Dr. Alan
Jackson. Irwin Katz, Martin Lodge.
Stuart Rothchild, Lloyd L. Ruskin.
Saul Schulman.
Until 19C4: Barney Bernstein.
Haro'.d C.oldfarb. Marshall S. Har-
ris. Charles Hertzoff. Sam Luby.
Jr. Dr. J. R. Schwartz. Jesse
Schwartz. Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz. Sam
Stark. Arthur L. Willner.
And until 1963: David M. Bloom-
berg. Herbert Blumberg. Mrs. Jack
Cheinau. Sidney Efronson, Eugene
Heiman, Jerome Green. Morris
Hoffman. Maurice H. Hyman. Al-
bert Quadow. Mrs. Sam Stark.
Annual JVS meeting will be held
St the Embers restaurant on Weil-
nosda) evening. May 23 Clemen J.
Ehrlich is president of the group
which is a beneficiary agency ot
the Greater Miami, Jewish Federa-
tion.
Serving with Harris on thp nom-
inating committee are Mrs Meyer
A. Baskin. Maurice H. Hyman.
Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz and Mrs. Sam
Stark.
The JVS annual award for out-
standing efforts in the field of the
rehabilitation of the disabled per-
son will be made to the State Div-
ision of Vocational Rehabilitation
at the annual meeting.
(laud M. Andrews, director of
the Florida organization, will ac-
cept the award. The program will
feature the cooperative relation-
ship between JVS and the State
agency in the rehabilitation of old-
er disabled persons.
Serving with Harris on the pro
gram committee are Mrs Charles
Feinberg, Mrs. .lack Chernau, Ger-
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,ulh\ ver what is not bei Md as i regard to
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Waverlj Root, a v.
,.,,,, j] rted from I urns
thai Algerian Jews view the situa-
tion as a 1 their futu
a rest ll ol as

med B Vice Premier
... i
Mr. Ben Beila I
i! e Mi U' I as S \- x ";
Cairo a.- saying thai VI. a
Bl n di: .. d
"The denial cf Ben Bella's
WOtfJl," repotied Root, "was re-
ceived in Tunis with some skep-
ticism partly because the form
of the denial made if possible
to be'icve that it wjs 'He exact
wording cf the Middle East News
Agency report which was being
contested. What was significant
and Algerian Jews are not miss-
ing the point Is that Moslem
opinion is such that a declaration
of war against Judaism was hail-
ed while an expression of peace-
ful intentions toward Jewish com-
munities can be politically dam-
aging"
Bnti.-h and other European Jew
ish communities, as well as the
Jewish Agencj executive, were
meanwhile called upon in Paris this
week to extend immediate aid to
the French Jewish community,
which is facing a large influx of
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clubs for In
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for the
adults. Thet is m the co
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newcomi rs and guide them spirit
i ,. measui at
I. "thei
tion threat
ingi r immigrants w ho
sorbed completely in
ll,,. non-Ji men!
In London. R N I arvalho, presi-
lent of thi V lewish Assn .
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*eek to
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v iln lhe flux )| jw
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the work
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Continued from 1-A ftrrd pul on a propaganda cumpaij;
prosecution any way we can. But help "'"' "
l( ), ,. being persecuted by (hat Rockwell, silent on the number
Jewish prosecutor ("Dade State At- of mmbers the party has
v Ruhard Gerstein). we'll put
torncj
cul every guy have in Florida
of members the party has in
Florida, has vowed "to organize
w'W. M'mi B'h where
the state in the next three or four
there are a many Jews, will pro-
duce a lot of members," he prom-
ised.
According to Rockwell, "violence
'. ...- hi- isit hurts us. We've
had a lot of experience with Jew-
ish officials who use their position
to abuse US," adding that "Jews
want us to use violence so that they
can arrest us."
In another reference to Miami
Beach: "We want to thin out the
J'us there by getting hold of the
Communists and traitors and gas-
Orchids Go to Ladies
An orchid will be presented to
each lady attending the Dade
Ifeights Jewish Congregation Mo-
ther's Day Ball on Saturday night
in the Tambourine room of the
Carillon hotel. The affair will in-
clude music, dancing and enter-
'ainment.
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+Je*ltncr*ffor
Friday. May Ut
Israel Launches Fourteenth Anniversary Yea
r
From Sensational Eichmann
Trial to Firing of Rockets,
independence Spells Success
By AL POTASHNICK
rael's Bar Mitzvah yeai
;<< i year of independent)
- -c : m my e\ ents whose im-
i will be fell at home an
ad I r y< ars to come. Almost
ultaneously with the gala eel-
- ations r,f Independence Day.
> :ch included a stirring mi:
ade through the- streets ol J< i
.It-ill. the trial ol Adolf Eich-
. .in opened in the nation- capi-
lore than 400 foreign coi
dent-, among them journali-t-
inten In .. converg-
in the Beit Ha'am Comm
ter courtroom to cover the
I for the world pr< --
it'. '.:' I .1: .....
the awful his-
. ol the il E
n Jewry was carefully
Eichmann was found .
.it: De< IS a- sentence
th.
hik- the Kichmann trial
progn --. th country welcom-
the millionth immigrant '
- res. <>\. r the past year, the
of immigration, which has
- n relatively low t*>r a number
1 years, increased .-harply until
reached proportions greater
. ny any previous year in the
. -t decade. Israel's population
- now passed the two and one-
. rter million mark.
Need for Construction
he large numbers of newcom-
t aroused concern in Govern-
B nt and Jewish Agency circles
-. threatened housing shortage
r.:ught fears of a return to the
. of the ma'abarot transient
t nps. To forestall this "giant
~.p backward", the Government
- posed a compulsory lmmigra-
a loan on all wage earners, and
Keren Hayesod and United
ish Appeal launched a special
ergency fund-raising drive in
I'nited States and elsewhere.
The need for large-scale con-
- .iction ot new homes lor immi-
- nts loreed the 'oivornment to
e -ten- to curtail the public
.Iding program in order to tree-
Id.nit workers for the moi
- itial h msing pi Tlv
i-h Agem > opt '! ,,
-11 to enlist the <.. pei ti
/> ns in the task of immi
irption and integral ion.
'iini1 encouragement 1
: :n the I jracl Bond camp
1 h celebrated the complet
.1- firsl decade, during which
re than $.">> m.llion in 1
tnan
that 1!"".'. v a- a recor I
the ale ui Is
During its 14th y-
trj was jarre I bj 1 ries
ts: a wave oi sti iki by its
ssionals; thi
and conviction ol si veral -
inti-government dem 1
by Arab minority -:'0 : -
ish and anti-Israel campaigns
launched by the Soviet Union and
its satellite countries.
Scientific Advances
General elections sau Mr. Ben
in and his Map li partj
. h had lost In e K;i el
lied in the
h was formed in coalition
. ith the N 1 ional R
ty. Ahdut Avodah, Poalei Agu-
dat Israel, and two Arab parties
The Liberal party, born trim the
merger ol the General Zionist and
the Progressive parties, partici-
: lor the first time in this
in campal
The firing ot "Shavit II." Isra-
el's firsl locally developed multi-
stage meteorological rocket, us-
in:; an Israel-invented solid luel
propellant. was matched in pub-
lic interest by the archeaological
revelations from the caves in the
Judean desert In addition to the
dramatic find by Dr Yigael Yadin
of letters and other documents
connected with the Bar-Kochba
revolt, a hoard of copper and
ivory cult artifacts discovered by
Mr. Pesach Bar Adon near Ein
Ged.. cast important new light on
the chronology and extent of Mes-
opotamian civilization.
Other archaeological activities
were carried on at Ramat Rach-
el, where an Iron Age city, and
the citadel of the Judean Kings
were cleared, and the site iden-
tified as the Beit Hakerem ot the
Bible and the Ein Kerem of the
New Testament; at Ein Gev.
where an extensive Israelite city
was uncwered; at Tiberias where
a beautiful mosaic floor of a
fourth century synagogue came
to light; and at Caesarea where
an ancient Roman amphitheater
cleared.
The amphitheater was later
for a concert by I'abio Cas-
als, one of a number ot well-
known artists who participated in
Israel's First Music Festival. The
celebration by the I-rael Phllhar-
Ic orchestra 01 its 25th anni-
versary marked another impor-
Continued on Page 9-A
Out of the zAsU** of tL SucreJ Six Jriillien
;_ ai the ashes of *he Sacred Six Million, the rrangled souls of Jewish men ,. and
uren slaugh-ered by ^az atrocity durmg the Hitler era, emerged the State of Israel ,0
prophecy time Israel reborn is a tribute to the Je(

'
rvived : ess generations of man's inhumanity to man.
It
?wish
! a
,jvid a< swe..... -.of the-' all, the German bestiality of the Hitler era,
iditions are infinite and sun ..-. en'
: -s of finite h story. Fourteen years 1S5ed
.:ied Israel, and in this short tin
is accon hed the following .
SHORTAGE OF LABOR IN GREAT PROMINENCE
Growing Pains for Growing Economy
By ASHER HADAL
Had anyone predict" '
- ago "hat a ;;... jor I
: r Israel in the ye 11 1961 would
growing $ r, he
: have been conid< red
In pel. istic even for
an Israeli Yel thai 1- case.
No longi : menl a
central problem from an un-
employ nil : more than 11
percent back in IS rate
fell by slow degree to under 7
percent in 1957. to under 5 per-
1 nl in 1960 and in 1961 fell to
about 3.5 percent (final estimates
are not yet in), We can put it
another way, From 1953 to 1961
the population, and with it the
number of employed persons in
I>,rael. increased by nearlv half
the population figure of 1953; dur-
ing the same period, the number
of unemployed fell bv more than
half.
This is not to say that unem-
ployment has stopped being a
problem. There are certain vil-
lages of new immigrants, such as
Shlomi in the Galilee, in which
development has not caught up
with the increased population;
and certain age groups of citizens
the very young workers and the
very oldwho still find difficul-
ties.
Increased Immigration
But from an economic view
point, the shortages of labor were,
in 1961. in greater prominence
The shortages were still restrict
ed to certain trade- or certain
places, especially building work
ers outside the main cities, engi-
; ers and technicians, managers
and administrator-, secretaries
expert in English who also know
Hebrew,
Although immigration in 1961
was at a considerably higher
level than in I960, this did little
to sati.-fy the needs for -pecial-
Continued on Page 9-A
Eyes of the World Focus Here
Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion meets with Premier Chief
S. L. Akintola, of Western Nigeria, at Mr. Ben-Gurion's office
in Jerusalem. (Sept. 10, 1961.) Meeting indicates growing
regard in which African nations hold Israel, whose program
for cooperation with developing countries is internationally
viewed as nothing less than remarkable in light of Israel's
own growing needs.
INGMITr Of ishaiu scum
Natural Resources Emerge
From Laboratory Test Tube
In photo at left are judges in the awesome trial torney General Gideon Hausner cross-exam
Cd Adolph Eichmann. Left to right are Judge ines Adolf Eichmann. In foreground, wearina
Benyamin Halevy, Justice Moshe Landau, and earphone, is Dr. Robert Servatius, defense
l-iqe Yitzhak Raveh. In photo at right, At- counsel.
By PHILIP GORDON
Israel differs from most ut the
emergent countries in that it has
. shortage ol raw materials and
a comparative abundance ol high,
Ij trained scientists, as well as ol
well-equipped institutions and
technicians From the earliest
daj o| the nation revival, lead
rs such as Herzl and Weumann
insisted on the need to use
science as a substitute lor natural
resources. This approach led to
the early establishment of the
Hebrew University, the Haifa
Technion and the Weizmann In-
stitute oi Science. Furthermore,
many urc.it scientists who escap-
ed from Hitler's Europe came to
Israel, while others have been
attracted from America and Eng-
land by the ideal ol contributing
to Israel renascent,
Man) ol the scientists engaged
in basil science and other.- m ap-
plied sciencethe boundaries are
not kept clear The countrj baa
developed "a ramify oi scien-
tists, including a large number
who were born and trained in Is.
iael itself.
I" July, 1961 the country's sci-
entists received their most dra-
matic accolade from the world
when a meteorological rocket
manufactured in Israel largely
from Israel, material, soared 80
miles ,nto the ionosphere The
locket, known as Shavit II was
an important aid to research Is-
rael became the seventh country
m the world to have launched such
ji rocket. In doing so, tl
trj chemists > I
elected to experimi
id fuel instead ol a I
adopting a techniqui '
used bj small count
Harnessing the Sun
Another ipectaculai
for Israel's applied -
progress made -n hai
power of the sun It'
that Israel is short ol
sources does not take
the greatest source ": 1
existence, the sun '
down unused day aftei
many of the underdevi
tries Lacking conventional I<
of energy such as
wood, Israel has natu
attracted by experiments
throughout the world t" hai
solar energy. The Nan
cal Laboratorv was sel
Government under the din
of Dr Henry Tabor, torn
England. Last year. Di 1
demonstrated a 5 h p
a solar enerv power
said to be the first of n- :
the world, at a United *^
Conference ot New Source ol -
ergy which took place m it'
Dr. Tabor calculates thai
erator can supply electricitj
cost of 5 U.S. cents per kilowatt
hour in a sunny climate TM
model generates sufficient
to run a variety of small pumps
and mills as well as to supply
Continued on Pago 10-A


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CONTRIBUTION TO AN IDEAL
r/ie Z/o/7/5f Movement
On the Anniversary
Of Israel's Statehood


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Ooer "q of the 25th Zionist Congress at the of Israel independence. Zionist supporters see
National Convention Hall. Binyanei Ha'ooma, the movement's purposes as vital as ever,
in Jerusalem. (December, 1960.) After 14 years
Israel Launches Fourteenth Anniversary
by MOSHE RIVLIN
Among the multifarious activi-
ties in which the Zionist Move-
ment engaged in the past year.
the problem of aliyah doubtlessly
occupied the central place. Large
waves of immigration from a ser-
ies of countries arrived to the
shores of Israel. The Zionist
Movement engaged in organizing
such aliyah. in securing the ini-
tial absorpttOl) of the immigrants
in their homeland and in enlisting
the support of World Jewry for
the continuation of this work.
This situation found expression
in the budget of the Jewish Agen-
cy which was called upon to allo-
cate larger sums Eor the purpose
of immigration, absorption and
housing. Thus during the financial
year 1961 62. over double the
Cc'itinued from Page 8-A
lestoni ... Isra< I's cultural
fe
Common Market
Th< success of Israel's efforts
pen ties of friendship with
the members of the mteniation.il
community was indicated by a
number of official visits by
leaders of governments in Europe
and Africa, and by numerous for-
I ign study missions and delega-
tions The contact between Israel
and other nations was further en-
hanced by the visits to Europe.
North America and Burma by
Prime Minister Ben Gurion, to
Scandinavia and the Far East by
Foreign Minister Golda Meir. and
to North America and the Euro-
pean Common Market countries
by Finance Minister Levi Eshkol.
Israel's fourteenth year will
.so be remembred for the an-
nouncement of the Governments
[new economic program which de-
,' valued the Israel pound to the
rate of three pounds to one United
States dollar and abolished the
sj stem of multiple exchange rates
v huh had been .n effect hitherto.
At tht same time, the government
announced the elimination of ex-
port subsidies, cancelled import
cust< n s on nearl) all raw mate-
rials and reduce i levies on most
othei items The :cess of the
new policy which a.- designed
I i stabilize the eci imy and to
prepare man ifacturers for the
competitive conditions of the Eu-
ropean Common Market, would
e| end on preventing excessive
i:i the c >-' ivtng on the
one hand and '.he willingness of
: to refrain from demands lor
,_, increasi in the other. Both
the Histadrut and the Merchants'
Association pledged their coopera-
tion holding back inflationary
pressures The Government also
took measures to protect the na-
tion'.- farmer- and new immigrant
hi Iders of linked housing loans
who would otherwise have been
hard hit by the devaluation.
Ambitious Undertakings
While the nation began to gird
itself to the readjustments which
an association with the European
Common Market would inevitably
cause, the economy continued its
rapid growth. Tourism, winch has
become the most important earn-
er ol foreign currency, continued
its remarkable Increase and was
matched by the expansion of tour-
ist facilities. One of the factors
contributing to spiraling tourist
statistics was the number of in-
ternational conferences which se-
lected Israel as their locale
Israel's merchant fleet contin-
ued to expand, and weighed in at
more than one-half m.llion tons,
almost all of which represents
modern vessels.
Growing Pains for Growth
Continued from. P.go *'A
ized manpower. In one way, the
increased immigration directly
aggravated a manpower short-
age, that for building workers.
With the radical revision upward
of housing plans for 1961. it was
possible to obtain additional funds
by imposing special taxes on the
already well-taxed citizens; how-
even, to obtain the workers to
put up the houses, no such simple
solution was available. New sour-
ces of manpower had to be sought.
recruited, and trainedincluding
Beduin with little industrial ex-
perience. A top-level govern-
mental committee was set up
with the responsibility of post-
poning any new public construc-
tion which threatens to use man-
power needed for the housing
program. It was decided not to
interfere with private housing
construction which, though more
expensive than public housing.
does directly contribute to relief
Buying Citrons (Esrogim) at
the Sukkot Market in Tel Aviv.
of the country's housing needs.
Underlying the reduction in un-
employment and growth of man-
power shortages was a continu-
ation of the rapid pace of eco-
nomic growth in Israel. Compar-
ed with 1960. the value of all
goods and services produced in
Israel in 1961 was up by 9 per
cent (gross national product at
fixed prices). Of course, there
was not a 9 percent growth in
each separate branch of the econ-
omy. The agricultural output
was up by only 5 percent. Indus-
trial output was up by 15 per-
cent.
From the viewpoint of the fu-
ture of the economy, the rate of
investment is even more impor-
tant than the rate of production.
In 1961. the value of all invest-
ment was 13 percent higher than
in 1960: we ploughed back more
than one fifth of all the resources
at our disposal during the year.
Investment in transport was up
most by one-third over the
amount invested in 1960. These
investments took the form of im-
port of ships and aircraft, local
production as well as import of
commercial vehicles, and work in
the new port of Ashdod. Invest-
ment in equipment and machin-
ery was higher than in 1960 by
17 percent. In some cases, stich
investment reduced the needs for
manpower dramatically, as in the
import of cotton-picking mach-
ines. Investment in housing was
up by 14 percent; in this field
most of the investment was in
local labor or in locally produced
materials.
The high rate of import of ships
and aircraftimportant though it
was for future earnings had a
serious immediate impact on Un-
balance of payments during 1961.
Largely because of the weight of
these expensive imports, the val-
ue of all imports in 1961 was
higher than in 1960 by 13.5 per-
cent; meanwhile, the value of
all exports went up by only 12.5
percent.
"amount allocated in the previous
year had to be devoted to these
Item m the budget, and in the
coming financial year the Jewish
Agency will have to allocate still
larger sums for this purpose. The
day will doubtlessly come when
one will be able to make public
the story of the devotion, courag\
perseverance, organizational abil-
ity and warm-heartedness that
combined in this splendid work
of organizing aliyah. wmch is the
very breath of life of the Zionist
Movement. Those who chanced
to be travelling in the ships or
planes that brought the immi-
grants to the shores of Israel were
able to catch a glimpse of these
wonderful exploits. Visitors to
Israel also had an opportunity of
witnessing the devoted and unsel-
fish work carried out by the hun-
dreds of members of the Jewish
Agency's Absorption Department
throughout the country.
Many sessions were devoted by
the Jewish Agency Executive to
a discussion of the complex net-
work of problems connected withj
aliyah and absorption, and not
least that of enlisting the aid f
World Jewry so as to be able to
meet the urgent needs ot aliyafi
and absorption. This onerous tasie
has been undertaken by the new
Board of Governors ol the Keren
Hayesod headed by Dr. Israel
Goldstein, an I news has read I
us from a number of countries of
tangible increases in donations.
Special mention should be made
of the efforts now being undertak-
en in Great Britain to raise a
sum of I3 m. for this yeai >
campaign as against I2m last
year. From other countries, too,
news has come ot considerable in-
creases in campaign procei
In plain troth, however, it
:n that the Jews in a
ni mbi r ol countries are no- ,
tributing I ai ex enl comi
rate with their actual it" ntiali-
ties Th< Zionist Federal i
look upon the campaign as a prin-
cipal ... i integral part of their
work; donations must be consid-
erably increased and larger num.
her- ol donors must be em
ssed. Nor must one allow the
work to fall into routine. A
all one must not allow people to
continue at the same low level of
giving as may. perhaps, have
i een just.tied years ago, bus
which is out of all proportion to-
day to both needs and the abili-
ties of the donors.
One more thing. Reality hart
shown that wherever the Zionist
Federation shoulders responsibil-
ity for the campaign, and actually
undertakes the work of collection,
evincing efforts for the expansion
of the activities, the Federations
themselves grow in strength and
gain for themselves a prominent
Continued on P9 10-A (
Prime' Minister of Denmark. V. Kampmann, and Mrs. Kamp-
mann leave the Jerusalem Town Hall. (Nov. 1. 1961.) Den-
mark's heroic struggle to save her Jewish population during
the Nazi occupation oi World War II has made this Scandin-
avian nation a source of adulation for Israelis, as well as Jew3
throughout the world. -i


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*Jl*ist> thrUlan
Friday. May H, \g*.
The Zionist Movement Today
Continued from Pago 9-A
status .n the life of the local com-
munity.
In thi? connection one should
mention the special efforts under-
taken by the United Jewish Ap-
peal in the United States. It will
be recalled that the U.J.A. in
America has undertaken the rais-
ing jf a special sun of S35 m. to
meet the needs of absorption and
housing, over and above the regu-
lar campaign schedule.
As these lines are being penned,
preparations are also underway
for :he launching of a special
campaign in Israel. It is our be-
lief that the citizens ot Israel,
who are shouldering the heaviest
burden of immigrant absorption.
must also share the work of ab-
sorption through voluntary con-
tributions, in addition to taxation.
heavy though that may be. and
this to an extent commensurate
with the scope of immigration.
Joint Immiaration Authority
So far for the immigration ar-
riving from the countr.es of stress.
But the Executive of the Jewish
Agency has not overlooked the en-
couragement of immigration from
the West. If we consider the num
her of immigrants who arrive',
during the year under review
from such countries as the Onited
States. Canada. Br.tain. etc. we
see that although the figure is
comparatively small, immigra-
tion from these countries is con-
Natural Resources
Continued from Page 8-A
light. It is visualized as being
ideal for remote villages far from
a central electricity network. In
this small power package solar
energ: is used to vaporize chloro-
benzene, a special fluid with a
high molecular weight. The va-
por drives the turbine.
Apart from this solar genera-
tor Tibjr has developed solar
- for heating water for
purposes, which are ex-
tensivel used throughout Israel
bet sports to
rts of rid. But
- i xcitii b : ill Dr. Ta-
bor >jects on w inch he is
. is the p ssibility of cre-
- :jr pond which will be
., .:.:. a ;> >r station. He
: these s >lar energy pro-
jects suitable for countries in
tropical latitudes: most of these
lands are underdeveloped and in
desperate need of sources of en-
ergy.
Challenge of Sea
Less spectacular but equally
important work for arid zone
countries is that on the desalin-
ation of brackish water. Israel's
desert, the Negev. contains sur-
prisingly large reserves of un-
drinkable brackish water, and the
age-old dream of conversion at
reasonable cost lias fascinated
the country's scientists. Beyond
this i> i even < aster challenge
oj the sea. Mr. Reuven Matz, a
former South African, of the Arid
Zone Research Institute, has beei
working lor ninny years on con
verting brackish water into sweel
by means of electrodialysis using
plastic membranes.
stantly on the ascendant. The
Executive is now considering a
number ot practical plans tor the
increase of such immigration, and
its chairman. Moshe Sharett. has
appointed a special auvibei Of)
this very vital sphere ot activity
for the Zionist Movement. Delib-
erations have aifo been, held on
the establ.shmenl ot a .vnt Au-
thority for Immigration trom the
West, on which both Jewish Agen-
cy and the Government ot lscael
will be represented Advances
ha\-e also been made in a number
ol vital fields connected with the
absorption of immigrant s lroiv
these countries.
The year under review was
marked b\ the arrival ot the one
millionth .mmigrant to Israel
since the establishment ot the
State. The Zionist Movement may
justly pride itself on this histori-
cal achievement of bringing over
to Israel one million Jews from
over 80 countries.
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J
Trio Behind Dade Terror
Are Long-Time Malcontents
DONALD BRANCH
AIIKf BABfr
GEORGE VKTIR
Undercover Miami Police Break Case
wms the fantastic terrorist tice sessi in the Everglades Plumacher attended meetings of
involving three Miami men i with grenades and guns. To crack the "Minute Men" group and par-
S.rrkcn up here late last week? (he ring. Gerstein went 10 work tic.pated in monthly training scss-
The police have been looking into ultn ( s gapp, head ol the ions in the Everglades, which also
, causes ol bombings here as far intelligence Division here, included rifle practice.
,k is L951. win'" the Nemo nous- *
development. Carver Village, and Detective L. F. Gracey, also Gerstein and the Mlami Police
us first rocked by a blast. ol the Intelligence Division. n..vt, (|jsl.;0S(,,| that they hoped the
Neither have other bombings, in- Together, Ihey chose undercover undercover probe would he earned
(hiding those at Beth El Congrega- policeman, Stefan Plumacher, 26. ril longer before issuing warrants.
ii. Tifereth Israel Congregation, v ho Infiltrated the group some two
i threats of violence to Temple months ago. posing as a Ft. Lauder-
ea of Coral Cables, ever been die pia. resident Plumacher
bed was born in Germany, where he) they had to act last.
Sheriff Thomas J. Kelly ex- grew up and Joined theJJ.SJniy.
(d this week that Metro and Wrving ^m ****??**
i police intelligence units the I mted stales about a year ago.
I since been conducting a co-, and joined the M.ami Police,
fctcd investigation in order to
case.
But when Plumacher was inadver-
tently identified as a police officer,
be
impetus was brought to
ric by th February bomb-
home of Miami Herald
I Don Shoemaker and the
bombing of the home
News Editor William
And, some two weeks
.nsational "discovery" by
nymous caller" reporting
bag of dynamite on
Kt in front of Congregation
Am Hmes, in southwest Miami,
ed the police field of
Gerstein praised Plumacher
highly, who until his assignment
to the case, was on patrol with a
car duty here. The former Ger-
man was chosen from among 275
policemen interviewed for the
delicate undercover job.
It was thi- that explained the
Ai.she Ernes Congregation "bomb-
ing" on Apr. 28. Police, them-
selves, planted a dummy to shield
Plumacher. who had received or-
<;t rs from the terrorists to bomb
the synagogue. Instead of dyna-
mite, the pol.ee substituted sawed-
Off broomsticks, and bundled them
logether with a fuse.- then stag-
ed the "bombing."
Kennedy Notes Ghetto Uprising
By Special Report ^J^'Sl. VJS
NEW YORKPresident John F. |u8 aSain and again that the dignit)
Kennedy stated this week that and spirit of man can survive the
"time has not dimmed the heroism m0st crushing circumstn ic.... and
of the people of the Warsaw Ghetto. | that faith in mankind outlives in-
nor the cruelty that they were humanity."
made to suffer.'" emphasizing at
Donald Branch. Mike Babey, and
George Victor contend that they
4iro..bejiu;..-fr..m*d.'-'
"I am innocent." Branch insists,
"What do you want me to say
that 1 kille.i President Roosevelt?"
Babey has told reporters that
"I'm just a witness and not the
fellow involved in any of this."
As for Victer: "I feel I'm being
railroaded. The police state has al-
ready arrived. Tell the Kennedys
I that the; 've it what they wan"..
In a stern warning to newsmen,
he added: "Don't blow me up and
call me a segregationist. I just
balicve that I have the right to
Ive with who (sic) I want."
In p pon .' question <>
whether hi ed to the Minute
Men. Victer gave a quick "no" e
ply, but added: "I am trying to
Marl up a unit."
Innocent or not. found in Branch's
home bj investigating police was a
packet of literature from the Amer-
ican Nazi Party, including a per-
sonally-addressed letter to Branch.
with it- swastika-bearing imprint
emblazoned above, and a National
Socialist Bulletin, official publica-
tion ol the party, whose head is
George Lincoln Rockwell, of Arling-
ton. Va.
The letter declares: "As part ol
our political educational program,
each associate member will be
questioned on a particular phase of
this manual, by mail, monthly. I
would appreciate receiving your
reactions to this manual right
aw ay."
Also found at Branch's home
was a file with jjb-sections
marked "Jews," "Negroes," and
"U. S. Government and World
Communism." The file listed
Dade County State Attorney Rich-
ard Gerstein as "a------Hebrew."
v.as repeated frequently ^n the l't-
Mire attacking Gerstein. who is
Jewish, in additioBj viilttied are
President Kennedy, Supren Court
.Justice Felix Frankfurter former
L'ndf try of State and now
Secretary ol the Treasury Douglas
ill! ;: David Dubinsky. head
ol ihe Int rnational Ladit .-> Garmi nt
Worker.- Union.
Victer. incidentally, has a long
record as a right-wing and -'< -
tionisl mt Icontent, who knock-
a \ d the Qoor ol Miami
n stauranl I ecause the n at w as
sitting at a table where Vicl t
1 wanted to ,
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Bar MJtzvah anniversary of the
state oi Israel on Sunday evening,
June 10.
A Falcon and a weekend for two
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Tickets dated May 5 for the post-
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fleAe/ yl/ger/a iWence f/ares d/wiv
Continued from Page 1-A
Grand
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Leaders of recent Prssover brunch he'.d by the Combined
Jewish Appeal Bay Hcrbor Residents Division in the Balmoral
hotel on Sunday "are discussed by left to right Morris N.
Broad, co-chairman of the division, Mrs. Larry Silverman. Ja-
cob Rabinovitz. end Sol Goldstein.
for its annua
In attendance was
Ruhmin Naouri. of
citj of Bone.
I cannot find words to docribo
:,, vou the anguish and miser) i I
the Algerian Jews after seven
\,rs of murder, tears and mourn-
the white-bearded (
I the conference. H
that mo-i of Alg< ri i's '.^0.000 Je\v>
will be driven into emigration.
abandoning their home?- and pos-
sessions, going to France -depriv-
ed of the barest necessities "They
will need.'' he said, "not only social
h.lp but also Jewish warmth and
He reminded the
I :er.ch Jews, however, :h..t the Al-
ii Jews w with them
a great S] i ritage and
traditional Jewish values." from sufficient for the immediate
.... a \ needs of the Jewish refugees fro
Baron Guy de Rothsch.ld pres.d- A)geria Jhe conferent i from
" ell as
Jacob!
general conference. ^w~Z7ing~u well as Al*ena- ine "nierenc- \.xed to
Rabbi f_d at the FSJU njeetjng. as *ell 7eexam|m, lhf problcm ^ ^
work out concrete plans for "heao.
'Jewish Values' Speaker's Bureau Formed Here
Rabbi Jonah E Caplan. chair-
man of the Commission or. Jewish
Affair? for the Southeastern region
of the American Jewish Co-
has announced the completion of
a Speaker's Bureau, available to
organizations in the Dade county
area on the subject of "Jewish Val-
ues
Cooperating with Rabbi Caplan
in the preparation and develop-
ment of the bureau were Rabbi
Allen Rutchik. director. Southeast
region. United Synagogue of Amer-
ica; Rabbi William Sajowitz. di-
rector. South Florida Federation,
Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations: and Louis Schwartz-
man. Bureau of Jewish Education.
"Aware that there are many
different concepts of Jewish val-
ues, the Speaker's Bureau is
made up of individuals identi-
be included in the schedule of or-
ganizations for the fall." Rabbi
Caplan declared.
American Jewish Cor,.:'-- fice. Congress bldg., is in charge
of further information.
Algerian Frances Chief Rabbi, Dr
Alg Kaplan: Israel's Minister to France m q( ^ '
7cov StMk; and a representative of,
the French Ministry of Repatriates.-----------------------------------
The Algerian report electrified and
underscored dramatically the main
of the conference, which
: with plan- for ab-
sorpti f the influx of Jewish Lm-
migrati in from Algeria.
Joseph Weill, chairman of the
FSJU absorption committee, told
the conference he has investigat-
ed the situation of Algerian Jew-
ry, "at great length." With great
emotion, he told the conference:
"Most of us ignore the facts be-
hind the Algerian tragedy. We
know nothing or little about the
gradual but incessant infiltration
of the Arab masses into the
Jewish quarters, where they mur-
der the Jewish inhabitants, so as"
to drive them out and occupy
their homes and businesses."
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fied with the Orthodox, Reform
and Conservative points of view,"
Rabbi Caplan explained. "It is
the hope of the sponsors of this
project to strengthen the cre-
ative thinking of the Jewish com-
munity on the fundamental is-
sues involved in our daily living.
"It is the feeling on the part of
the sponsors that both our youth
and adults need more Jewish edu-
cation in preparation for creative
and meaningful living in order to
promote a lasting Jewish life in
America."
Organizations in the community : He demanded that the U.S. con-
will be receiving complete details centxafte. instead, on effort- to
of the "Jewish Values" program, bring about a final and lasting
which will include the >peakers' peace between Israel and the Arab All* WflVeS
consisting of 30 specifically-, states.
U.S. Gives Nasser
$200 Million Loan
Continued from Page 1-A
tration clarify its program of aid
to the UAR.
Mr Weill predicted that Jewish
children from Algeria will start
pouring into Franc< during the next
few weeks Hi said that many
Jewish parents, -till determined "to
stick it out." do not wish to en-
danger the lives of their children
ar.d will .-hip them to France.
Baron de Rothschild reviewed
the FSJU finances, declaring that
the goal this year of 4.000.000 new-
French francs ($800.0001 will be "far
Beth Torah Takes
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qualified speakers both for youth'
and adult groups. "It is hoped that
a program on Jewish Values' will
DURING THE WEEK... US 15EEII
Continued from Page -i-A
guilty of impudence than of
- cial kind of prurience. 11 is
nsister.l for Mr
[fice I be so laud-
i nt in i n area and so
n anol
S : lei Stati speak
law's need I itroot por-
nography: for I will show him
more pornography in a handful
of trash >old unchallenged on the
- sstands I Dadi ntj than
in all of Mr. M two "Trop-
. -
The relationship I :able.
and it is sa.i. b.u the censor- .
the bomber- *< rk ban I in hand.
Mr Rusk himself has admitted
that the U.S.A. "is considering what
role it might play" in helping
Egypt's development. He confirmed
the fact that "extensive talks"
have already been held on the sub-
ject, thus acknowledging officially
that negotiations for a loan to the
UAR have taken place.
On the Senate floor. Sen. Keating
demanded positive American action
before making commitments to the
Cairo Government.
Beth Torah Congregation will
participate in the program "Morn-
ing Chapel." on Friday. 7:30 a.m.,
over ch. 10 television.
The congregation will also parti-
cipate in the Rabbinical Hour over
radio >tation WGBS on Sunday at
9:45 a.m.
And on Sunday. 10 a.m.. Beth
Torah will honor mothers of the
congregation on the program, "Still
Small \ regularly seen over
ch 7 television.
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FROM THE TALMUD
J7. CHARITY
(n Deut.. 15:10.
/f one give* only the \i-nd word. I
jnd spca\s comfortably to the I
fie has done true cliantv. for I
th not Holy Writ say: "Because I
thu uord it'ill God bless thee"? i
*
\ ayyikra Rahbah. chap. 34.
Bv the side of me poor stands
Himself, pleading for His I
\cn children.
*
-ih.it. 50a.
.iinry is obit ; i: hut el en
v has its limitations. To gn-e
all of one's possessions and
10 pauperize oneself is pro-
hited.
irim, 50a.
R, Al^iba married the daughter
Kalba Sebu'a and the) were vety
Elijah cuited then in the
of a man An i asljed them
\cr they could {it him a little
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Judaism is Tree of Life
If We Uphold Our Ideals
By RABBI DAVID SHAPIRO
Hollywood Tempi* Sinai
It is traditional to read and study
i on the Sabbath during the summer,
from Passover to Rosh Hashona,
i according to the Sayings of the
Fathers, "Pirke Avot."
It is in this spirit that I would
like to comment on one of the
significant verses. Simon, the Just.
said. "The world stands on three
things: on Torah, on Avodah (the
service to God. and on Gemiluth
llasadim (acts of loving kindness)."
Applying the words of Simon, the
Just, I believe that he sought to
describe the ideal type of a Jew,
or the personality traits which
characterize the ideal Jew through
the ages
The fir-t personality trait which
characterized the ideal Jew was
Torah. The authentic Jew had a
passion for knowledge Love of
learning was always a predomin-
ant trait of our people, while not
every Jew was a scholar, every
Jew was engaged ia some form of Jewish study, whether it was the!
Bible, the Mishnah, the Talmud, or the Sayings of the Fathers.
Avodah. the second personality trait of the Jew. may be interpreted
to mean his link with Gcd. The good Jew always linked his life with
God. He was a consecrated kind of human being. He lived his life
with a purpose with dedication. He had faith in God and man. He
lived with a soul.
And. finally, the third characteristic of the authentic Jew was
Gemiluth llasadim. He had a deep sense of justice. He had a pro-
found concern for the underprivileged and the disinherited. Through-
out the centuries, the Jew lived in many cultures and many lands,
whose languages and cultures were different from ours. They all
exerted an influence on the Jew and on Judaism. Nevertheless, the
eternal things in Jewish life remained permanent. Th intelligence of
the Jew remained intact. His thirst for knowledge was never under-
mined. His soul remained whole. Isolated, oppressed, and always on
the run, by all laws of history he should have emerged distorted and
full of hatred. Yet he retained an amazing normalcy and, finally, not
only his mind and soul, but his heart, as well, remained intact. He
retained a deep sense of justice and loving kindness.
We Jews believe in beautifying and adorning our religion. But
most important of all. let us create authentic ideal and dedicated Jews
whose hearts, minds and souls shall express the true qualities of
Judaism. .
Judaism can be a tree of life, a tree of happiness, joy and ful-
fillment, if we uphold that tree with strength, with loyalty, with love,
with self-sacrifice, and with enthusiasm.
s
r^eligious J-^ife
e r v i c e a
Information to be included in the Religious Services column .
mcst be in the News Room af The Jewish Floridian not later,
than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. AH re-
leases received after that time will be returned as proor ot j
their lateness.
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ve.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac ever.
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave.
Conservative. R. Yusko, president.

BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W. Lipson.
. rlda\ 8:15 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m Bar
Mltsvuh Man. son "f Mr. and Mm
Jainer lliltmi.
u

GEMS OF WISDOM
Experience is more forceftd than
,,,<- I. ABRAVANEL. I
* *
Ton may dispute principles, not j
experience.
- BOERNE. i
RABBI DAVID SHAPIRO
.. eternal ideals
.ntznnn
niioto wpg ton nnan
nipTrn-Ta pia jen/Ofi
-TfTffrJTWf? iso-riai I
rtrnpfr nnatf ,mx^m rrg j
x-nan .vtepn *1TJ nl3:? \
t t : : T
7-nn'? rrixsr *\$ nla^n
"733 nW"inrj nftisn nx
.rtTi"Tla varrfta.
(nt/fa mas ma rxsina)
TRANSLATION -
Wiio and the Residents of Israel
She had learned the profession in
Wizo nursing school attached to
ie baby home. Wiio baby homes
id kindergartens were set up to
ee the mothers who work outside
heir homes from the care of their
hildren during the>r work.
In the World Organization of,
Women Zionists (Wizo), ditlerent1
tvomen from all parts of the world
participate. All of them together
have been working for 40 years in
veloping the cultural and eco-
nomlc life of the new Israel.
Wizo members have established
rmanent institutions such as baby
homes, dressmaking, domestic sci-:
"ice and agricultural schols. where
wish girls learn a vocation winch
benefits both them and the State.
Women volunteers go out to guide
1 >w immigrants womenfolk in the
Qning of a modern home.
Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
What is the "canon?"
The term canon" is an express-
ion used to denote those books
which are officially included in the
Bible and regarded as >acred to
the exclusion of other books writ-
ten during the Biblical period
which are not regarded as sacred
even though some claimed them to
be. The term "canon" Is a Greek
term which means 'rule." It
come- from .. Hebrew term "kanah
which means a "measuring stick
or "measuring rod." The ulea be-
ing that these books were "meas-
ured" or "evaluated" and thai
these measure up to" the stand-
ard of sanctity required ot a Bibli-
cal book. The word canon may
represent a rule" for the Inclusion
.,- exclusion of the various books
into the Biblical literature.
UIIUIUI11 1 i; 11! i:m
This pane is prepared in co-
1 operation with the Spiritual Lead-
I ers of the Greater Miami Rabbin-
| cal Assn.
. RABBI MAX A. 1.IPSCH1TZ
Coordinator
Contributor:
rabbi SOLOMON SCHIFP
Gems of Wisdom
What is the Apocrypha?
The Apocrypha is the term used
to refer to those books which were
available during the Biblical per-
iod which some had claimed to be
Holy and which the rabbis had re-
jcited from inclusion in the Canon.
The term Apocrypha" indicates
that they were "hidden away" or
kept secret." There are some
who claim that this tdle was at.
first given to such works as those
that were "hidden away" because
they coi,Mined a certain myster-
ious or esoteric content winch was
1, .aided as too profound to be read
(.r communicated by any but the
learned and initiated.
These uncanonical works were
perhaps later hidden away because
they were intended to be kept from
the masses lest they think thai
these loo are Holy or perhaps be-
cause 'hey did contain some Holy
words so that they could not be
discarded as trashyet they were
nol -acred as a whole so as to be
included into the canon of the
Bible.
BETH EL. 500 Sw I fin ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
Friday 6: p.m Saturday 8 SO a.m.
National Womrn'a Branch Bauoain
Bermnn "The Role "i Women*
Branch."
BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave.
Conservative.
Krlda\ S:1.1 p.n <>nej Shabbat hosts:
Mi in i Mr* .1.....ohen. Saturday
, m U.ir Mltsvah: Paul, Bon
Mr. and Hi Bel 1 8} ndei
BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Or-
thodox. Kaobi H. Louit Rottman.
" -'" "' 3 MSV'."
vah; p8 m ol Mr and Mrs.
Martin Oi t
BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tioor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
BETH RAPHAEL. 13<> NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Julius Sapero. president.
U 6:13 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.
BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph P. Rackovsky.
HETH TORAH. 164in St. tid NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum. -.
Friday 6:;n and 8:o p.m. Teachers
Sabbath Saturday 9 a.m. Members
,,f the Hebrew HiKh will conduct en-
tire service.
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strassfeld.
CORAL WAV JEWISH CENTER.
Conservative. 8755 SW 1th st;. Mi-
ami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor
Gershon Levin.
Friday 6:4:i and 8:30 p.m. Sermon:
-Motherhood and Priesthood.- Satur-
day S : m. Bar Mltsvah: Brad, son
ol Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Goodman.
DAOE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
Friday 8:18 P.m. Israeli Independence
Day service. Sermon: "Israel Jne
Life of the American Jew." Saturday
SO 1 in Sermon: "Portion of the
Week" Bar Mltsvah: Clifford, son
Of Mr. and Mrs. Muivin SeilUcs.
FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Samuel Hollander,
president. Cantor George Goldberg.
Friday B:J0 p.m Saturday s:30 a.m.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 th St. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson St. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.

KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
FYidas '' 1 P '" Saturda; -
.,, "Portl 'ii of !' v 1 ek.
MIAMI HEBREW*CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th ave. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor
Fred Bernstein.
I rldaj i Sa' irdaj 5:1a a.m
The Btern il R
* 1
Wisdom 1- nof to be obtained |
. m text boo;j but mtwi be carped
out of humdn experience m the
(lame of life. m. r. cohbn. .
* *
Experence is a ; A ''-'"' nu;
the feel are ': :sl
* *
I - LEVENSON
*
the
- LEVI
*
:e a j
5. 1 I '
':
* *
tt'l- 1 has
Saturday '- "! rmpn: "The
x,,..,..,. hlns Book of Numbers.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative.
Rabbi Samuel Mendelowiti.
I Frldaj S:S0 p.m. Saturday"9 a.m. Bar
I Mltsvah: Thomas, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Atkin.
MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern
Traditional.
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins ave. Cantor S. Nachmias.
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 643E SW 8th
St. Conservat.ve. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
What is the "Masorah?"
The "Masorah" is the expression
used to refer to the official tradi-
tion as handed down from Sinai to
Moses and on down through the
generations. It sometimes refers
to the official text of the Bible
which is, or course, governed by
ilu tradition. The term comes
from a Hebrew root meaning to
hand over, or to transmit (masar),
also possibly from a related term
meaning "to bind" (asar). The
term therefore indicates that the
tradition is a "binding" one and
that it has been handed down
through the generations from one
authority to another from mas-
ter to disciple, etc.
TEMPLE AOATH YFSHURUN. 1025
NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor Abra-
ham Reisman.
Frldaj ^ .'." p in Sermon: Old and
Sew Maceabe. ,'
Sermon in tifli itl >n thi >ug
i,.,,.; p. I, Mlts> ih N rman, son 01
Mi. and Urs Harold funt.
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr. So. Miami. Reform. P-1D1"
Herbert Baumgard. Canto- Charles
Kodner.
Frld i^ s P "' Mother's Dai i< r\-
i,... Sermon A Jewish Travelogue.
Rabbi 1......iard Schofer. Satui lay
11:15 0 in Bai '', tsvah Steven, son
,,f Mr and Mi s I'aul Jablon.
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
F |da> 1:15 pr Sermon "Pi
. by Ben Hei hi Saturdaj 10 15 a m.

TElv.PLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland
Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
structionist. H a r 1 I Morns Skop.
Cantor Herman Cottheb.
.. m noti w 1 1
1 .,, the Menial Health P
TEMPLE BETH SKO'.OM. 4144 Chase
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronisn.
Cantor David Conviser.
TEMPLE B-NaTsHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabb. Henry
B. Werniek.
Friday Ms P.m. Sermon: "Mother."
Saturda> 9:30 a.m.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1701 Waahing-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th at.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Friday :1S l>-m. Sermon: -'Judaism is
:i rhanxiiiB Religion."

TEMPLE JUDE. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet.
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
Frldaj S:15 p.m. Saturday f urn Btr>
, -The Portion of the Week.
Bar Mltsvah: Jeffrey, son of Mr. and.
Mr-. N01 man H i*toi
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th st. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Samuel Gomberg.
Frlda\ B:t8 p.m. Bermon: "Thr Pr.ni?
,.. pones The Awakening of Spring
!.i\ s:i". ,\ in Bar Mltsvah: Eric,
..,11 ol Mrs Theresi Qarson and Ben
tarson.
TEMPLE S:NAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform.
Frldav 8:15 i> m. s -i i ;. en ......lui 1
bs NYFTY in honor of Mother's Day.

TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan
Zwitman. Cantor Albert Glantz.
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Leo Heim.
. .in s. rmon "W Banna
, ,. /; .n .-.nn daj a in ;
p i.. of the Law.
- e
TEMPLE ZAVORA. 44 7amora ave.
Conservative. Seymour Hinkes. can-
tor.
e
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man.
Krlilax R :". > p m Sermon: uaj ana
I Ones; Bhabbat
h.,-is Mi and Mrs .l.nk Deutchman
in honor of Rabbi and Mrs Alfn I
Wnxman Sal irda> B 0 m Bar
Mltxvah Zavle, son of Morris New-
inark.
YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservitive. Rabbi Sheldon
Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu.
j v 16 p in. Sermon "Wishful
Thinking ana R 1 Baturdaj 9
Bai Mltsvah Matthew, son of
\i ilrs. Si inley Cohen
----
YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 t.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
BMBMMnWilllimillltlll
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*Jew ist IH-cridlLtn
Friday, Mav \\
1962
Browsing Wth Books: By HILARY M1NDUN
1 Borscht Belt View of the Jewish Cultural Experience
BUNGALOW NINE. By Norman Ober. 263 po. New York:
Walker and Company, 75 E. 55th St. S3.95.
kiORMAN OBER -. director of program writing al CBS
~ Ridio. and a former writer for Jack Paar and Arl
G dfwy-, among others. His "Bungalow Nine' is the
k nd o: novel that must have been fun to write; al least
it sourds as though it were, which is in itself an accomp-
lishment Although it starts off badly, with labored dia-
I -tie. a little stiff in the glee, it ;:<- going quickly, and
tr m then on it"s pure entertainment.
As the title suggests, the locale i- one of those small
-, mm t colonies, akin to the borscht belt in this cas
Hector's Pond Colony, outside of Spring Valley, where
.': 500 and Ann Cutler and then two kids have rent*1 I B
i tage, hoping for a quiet summer.
foreign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN
The conflicts are set up righl away; the Cutlers are
cultivated and somcwhal intellectual and the colonj is
ething like a madhouse, mostl) occupied by vu
ians. The loudspeaker erupts all day long to remind it
live residents ol scheduled activities, and the days are
only slightly less organised than the nights Softball,
mah poker, parties, casino dances and so on, and
i (I austion,
Moreover, 'he social stratification has its own insane
logic, with the older colonists, those on the lakefront, be
ing the "in" group and newcomers definitely in the "out'
group. The Cutler reaction to the world they've rented is
varied: Ann puts up with ii with fair good humor, hut
Jason, less tolerant, quips with increasing bitterness about
the brand of Jews who inhabit Hector's, until his wife is
furious and alarmed at his "Jewish anti-Semitism."
Weizmann's Letters Due for Publication
THE
hy Israel
Jerusalem
first volume ot letters
. first President.
Dr. Chaim Weizmann, is soon to
a] pear simultaneously in He-
l) ew and English and its pub-
lication will mark the beginning
o. ,i series ol twelve volumes
t! it will cover a long and deci-
sive span in modern Jewish his.
U rj.
Dr. Weizmann was very metie-
u hi- in keeping his records.
T icre are notebooks in which he
u-ed to copy letters on Zionism he wrote in the earl)
days, when he was still a student at the University Of
Geneva His widow, Mrs Vera Weizmann. has in her
possession about 1,400 letters Dr. Weizmann wrote to
her, as well a- n< les written to her in the days ol
courtship when they were both students at the Swiss
Universiy
The vasl material, comprising the forty-odd years
of Dr. W< zmann s tireless struggle in the cause ol
Zionism, was in the days of World War 11 dispatched
for safe keeping to Canada and brought to Israel
soon after the establishment of the State
Twelve years ago, the "Weizmann Archives'
came into being. It took all these years to collect
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
I if* '
That Old Steel Story
WE4DING ABOUT Joseph Block.
lent make U.S e down I

;
ime when U.S. 5
' v >rk
It en a a erj spe
,i [|
New Yin -. j
' manu-EI
I forth, Beth El with Schulman,
D Sola Pool. But
hear Rabbi Stephen Wise, there was no
ii*' as al Carnegie Hall.
Lu'.s of v New York wanti to hear Wise abovfi
He I lional reputation He himsell on< e
id been lost w hen
he [all was fittin \ [or
\ im. But evi r> rabbi rants a syi I his ow n,
bi Wlsi : rail) made plans for it. He had the plans,
sponsors and the men with mono;.. But then t S. Steel
in.
\ e was the fi U.S. Stei
king money ( .. -. was a dis-
i : ich, so h US. Sti to .' P. Morj
g n i hin i nough to keep I he rest of hi
" ithoul As I re< all it fi
check was I re he cashed
trol and put in Judge
Eli., r h < head of U.S. Sti
U.S. Si bles befon
Gar) hei 'I h re had b< the famous Hoi
nineties It reall) wasn't
fo gaj Bicycles ha I con er) body was
Ha) b< In .' ith a bit i
1 irl
The::. > were i In the Homesti ad strike,
een the work-
ten and the comi rmy. 1 most violent
\ 'I'he U S Steel corpora-
uon inion itself It gamation of a
number of independent steel companies, but U.S. Steel
would nol permit its workers lo unionize, arid it won out.
In 1920 the em| loyees made another effort to unionize
there, I at the lime that Rabbi Wi-< had his plan- com-
plete.! for buih ing his synagogue In a sermon, Rabbi Wise
said he thought 'he workers had a right to form a union,
and lie added further that it was acts like those of the
Unied States Steel Corpo ition which really bred Bolshe-
vism.
and sort oul the enormous material which, when pub-
lished, wi'l no doubt throw new light on many a chap-
ter ol the history of the Zionist movement and the
struggle for a Jewish homelan.i. Also, it will no
doubt affeel our appraisal of many events and per-
sonalities.
The Archives managed to collect 12.000 letters
out of an estimated 20,000 which Weizmann wrote
The fir-t dates back to Chaim Weizmann, aged LI; it
was a lePei he wrote to his Hebrew teacher in his
birth town, Motele. Its subject: Love ot Zion The
letters constitute only part of the Archives. There are
thousands upon thousands of documentsmemoran-
da to British and other statesmen, minutes of meet-
ings am1 conversations, diaries
There i> a bulky file marked "WeizmannHen-
Cur.or. In one el the letters, dated August 22, 1937.
Bcn-Gurion wrote inter alia: 'i was never a blind fol-
lower of you. And I shall never be. Not always did I
agree with you and, when I thought that I had to
oppose )OU, I did so and will do so in the future. But
also in 'ho storm of the battle my love and admira-
tion for you neve: diminished. Because I know you
are the emissary of the People, not just because you
were chosen by a majority ot votes, but because you
were bori for that And in these months when the
great hope for th establishment of a Jewish state
was kindled the trust in you was never greater.
Yen are ni w the King of Israel. You have no army
or navy, and you were not crowned at Westminster,
but the eyes ol ll e Jewish people and this people
has eyes ol spirit see the crown of Jewish King-
dom shining upon your head."
And here, a note sent by Dr. Weizmann to sir
- on m.i, k on Octobei 24. 1948, when alread) Presi-
dent ol the el, in which he compares
n-Gui lo Sir \\ inston Churchill "Ben-Gurioi
wrote Dr Weizmann, "has proven himsell a very
: Minister for Di lense
\\ hetha r he ill s uc< 11 peaci I
I s
himsell in tune- ol vvai
less in pi ii In v.: y event irly
todi ioi He i lai I, deteri
I i ly coura :eous, I think hi i
; i ni all tin | istl)
And 'here a file "Wl
which i- still tn ren aii i except for a f< d
ments relating to the cin ces ol Wei;
meetings w ith the then Ei nd later K
i Trans i Joidan. In one instance, Weizmann v
Abdullah g that he should come and see
him. Abdullah's reply was that, unfortunately, he
wi bus) all that day As it happened, the <
turning down the suggestion was sent onl)
British interference and. before Abdullah's cable
could reach Weizmann in Jerusalem, there
; i rj inal emissar) to inform him that Abdullah would
lad mi el with him
Between You and We:
By BORIS SM0LAR
Aut r writes with a razor: his d
oi lii- characters ma) be s
nol one is a caricature; they live and breathi all their
lust) i nvivial vulgarity, and every one ha- the dimen
oi ,i numan neing. even Jason tinds that out ir-
light readlrg with a ring of truth that makes cringe
between the chuckles.
NEVER ON SHABBAS! By Henry Leonard. New York-
Crcwn Publishers. $1.00.
This i- the second collection of "Dayenu" i rtoons In
Henr) Rabin, director of B'nai B'rith Hillel ;
at Los Angeles City and Slate College-, who
man. and Leonard I'ritikm. an advertising din lor, who
does the drawing Ii follows the first hook. -,
Mjui: bj a )ear or so Somi
are includi thi rabbi saying to his congrej
we ci Vom Kippur day, I wish I inl rm our
thai our Rosh Hashona Sei .
real 6 M i m i- one of my favoi iti
tin picture of the little hoy i
stem walking into Ins house, decked with wreal
and asking his lather. 'Dad:-.
Christmas, loo?"
"Dayenu' is a catbingly deliberate corned beef You
can't squirm out of them, collectively if not individually.
The .vonderful thing is that laughter is always re<
There- nothing like a good "Dayenu" for a little i
tion sometimes a little more than one needs!
0ft the Record:
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
out tor
Jew ish
reopen.
"Albert
Cuba's Jews Today
AF THE ESTIMATED 10.000 .lew- who
" lived in Cuba prior to the Castro rev-
olution, more than 3.500 are still in the
country, with their cultural, religious
and social Lfe centering about Jewish
institutions that are still intact Since
.lews are leaving Cuba at the rate of
twenty a week, it is obvious that the re-
maining Jews in that country will get
man) years, if at all. Through Intervenli n the
Center School in Havana ha- been permitted to
but on two conditions that it be renamed the
Einstein" school and that it accept non-Jewish
children
Another condition makes the teaching of Spanish and
communist Ideology a must, when the Cuban parents were
told that then children were to be taught also Yiddish at
the schrol, many of them said they were delight
their youngsters wen' being taught Yiddish instead of
Russ ii Uthough the school has been reopene
jacei! library has remained sealed from the vei
[isc ition The motivation for keeping II
closed i- ii": clear This i- culled from .
\. a York Yiddish daily, by \ '
man. n recent refuse fiom Cuba who was e lil
dail) in Havana
of tl Time
I i r\ di p irtmenl sei n

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IflCial who set i
|
cratic .md anti rai
n which tl
vici us anti Semitic c<
iu-t an error \\. i
take*
In M--mori?m
Persky lived b) tl
'lave to H irev< i When h< was
the I. iMed prize for the b< -
spoke in Yiddish, declai u
b) t-verybod) an i I


la
.

V
-
Musical History Now Being Made in America
AJUSICAL HISTORY IS now
i in Ni York b) Abraham Ell-
stein, the Jewish i ind conductor
whose versatility ranges fr m some 30
i pen ttas in the Yiddish theatre to si
Broadwa) musicals and several'
lull length oratories anil cantata-, fi-
nanced b) a grant from the Ford Foun-
Ellstein has written a full-length
I on the ancient Jewish legend
of Prague, which had its premiere performance at
York City Comer.
Al !| time, he has also written a V
for Piano and Orchestra, wh ch was performed last week in
\i! York- Town Hall -The Golem." based on the work
of the noted Yiddish poet II Leivick, and adapted lor the
stage by the famous actor Joseph Buloff, is not the t -
pera b) Elhrt-in. He has to his credit also the prize-win.
ning opera "The Thief and the Hangman."
1 '" '' i several symphonic works which
n every major concert hall in
He is ilt i l(i >ui for his cantorials whu
in many synagogues and ti
! Ellsti n bi Ran his career at the age of I
member of a .- u. choir on the
re he was born Al 13, he had
r in the children'- cl
Metr i ni of immigrai I
studil ; Juilliard School of Music on sen
T i) he i- equally at home In concert hall the the*
and in the recording studio h
I"'" ns arc world renowned And speaking i I
com] i -er- ii .- interesting to note that a new
-'>"'' Stanley Silverman, ol Ni
will have it- premiere performance al the White i1
16 under the patronage of Mrs John F. Kenm
will be played on the White Mouse lawn b) a 104-membM
o symph ny orchestra made up of high school nWj
- from the Boston area. Silverman has compMW
musit for some 19 theatre productions.


Friday. May 11. 1962
* fr*>lK* Mririirli^ri
Pcge 15-A
LEGAL NOTICE
\OTICE BY PUBLICATION
|-HE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE
n r\.ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 4371
p Cl ilAJl'l l"i
tiff.
SEC COLQU1TT,
i ndanl
i : I Oolqultt
, -'. Dftdi \ ili'. Alabama
v Knpi ne '' 'olqult I are hi i > -
,i,',i that .i mil "i ('on
. has bi i ii fill 'l against
:,1 J OU 'll I (lull ' our Ana*..... Pleading In
II ..f Complaint on the plalnt-
Utorney, Max A (iuldfnrb, :."T
ne Blag., Miami, Morldu ami
. .M Iglnal .\ ii^.^. i "i i 'li mllng
, office of Hi. I "ll i !. "i I'! i ir-
i on or i" fi pi Ihi SRth ilay
19(2, If you imI in '!'
m bj default nill he taken
\..a for ii"- rebel di man,i< i
! in hi' Complaint.
notice sho ll in ibllahi .1 oiici
.. eh for four i onsi i m\. \\.. ks
nii: JEWISH l-l >RIDI VN
Imi.VK AND ORDERED ai Miami,
tin- 2rd il I of April. A.D.
K B LBATHERMAN, Clork,
II Com i, I Mule i 'ount> I i"i Ida
By: M CAVALARI8
Deput) Clerk
'. X \. GOLDFARII
sync Bids
Florida
. v for I'laintiff
i 27, 5 i-11 -is
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
iiTH JUDICIAL COURT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
CASE NO. 62C 4001
Si ISI i I Mi INTES,
tiff
mem
BY HENRY LEONARD
"Only the first speaker, Manny, and
just look at the Schmaltz-Meter!"
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
iNICA S

Mi INTES,
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN li'A S, Mi INTES,
VVi l 162 Street Apu 59
\. w York City :;:'. New V oi k
VERONICA S. MONTHS,
'. 162 Street, Ap 11 n(
\ i i 'r\. New York, are
: He > our answl r
von with he lerk
li Court, ami nerve i ;
i ipon (lino I' Negrettl Vt-
i-ll i 'oni n bi IJldg-., i u n io.
nue, Miami l- loi la on or he-
21, ID62, or else col I
ilcen pi infesaed.
th da] of
10 VTIIER.M VN, <-l. ik
Court, l >adi < "o int> Hn Ida
- .i M CAVALARIS
Deput) Clerk
I 20-27-3 l-H
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
NO. 55805-B
IN I: i-: Entati "f
l<>l IS MASK1N
n .....I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person* Hav-
i la I ma or Demands Against said
i .
You, and each "f you are
n |i ,1 and n quired to uresen i >
,!..] n.i demands hii i> ) >u, or
.,(', of you, may ha' inn
. i i.i ins MASKIN, i------i-i'i
lute "f I'ade County Morldn, m the
II..... rabli Co ml Judgi of I' ide
i and file the same in t in ir ot-
fi,., iii.. i 'ounty C "ii; house in
[lade County, Moihla, with six cal-
. n the
u publication he...... Said claims
or demand* t" contain the lean
di. -- the claimant and to i
:. iind presented a- afon will be barred
l late Vprll M. A i> '"-
I-:, .i ii hlli ntlon ..ii May I "'-
max in: 1.1- AM-
A* Exi utor of t1'. I. i*l w "l .....i
Tea tami in ol
la il IS M > SK IN
iv< .aied
11KN Y N< IRTI IN
i ion i il.ii ay ne Building
Ml :'I..ii.la
Atti nej Bx< cutoi
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCL.T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA in AND FOR DADE
COLNfV !\ CHANCERY
No. (2C 4330
.IAI-OI1 El iRM VN,
i
HERM1NE FORMAN
Xi i: Hi
, .. \ rllv *
S.n i i ley *,
, \\ Strei
Kitu. Sew Yol .
Yon hi
iinpl mi :. 1 ii\ in
i
iw nrn
-., me
that a If 111
ha* i" ii
riled agalnsl ij, and sou
uulred to nervi copy of your An-
swi i m I "lei the I lom-
ilnii on Ihi iilalntifl Vll
M VRVIN M GREEN, 612 ilsl St .
m irach 11, I- Ida and file the
original Vn or Pli adlng In the
offlci nl Ihi Clerk ol the Ciictlll
Court o efon the J-ili day "t
Mm, ivii-'. li v "ii fail i" 'l" *>. Judg-
. ,i, fault "ill i" taki ii again*!
you for the ll" mdi d In the
Bill "i 'omplalnt. ,
"fliis notice shall lie puollshea once
. a. h ek i"i foi r onset utlve i ka
,n THE JEWISH rUORIDIAN,
I ii in 10 VND ORDEREli al Miami.
Plorlda, thla 20th day of April. A.D.
' 10 ll LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court, Hade County, Florida
(seHli By K. M i.vman
1 >. i-m> I'l.rk
MARVIN M i;l!i:iON. All.a n.-> -at-l.aw
612 11 Street
Mutti i Beach, PI i I'N 3 2627
Attorney foi I'laintiff .....
4 ,, ..' t-l l-IS
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICiAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 4437
i: \i:i: u: \ KAYE SPREJREIIEN.
li
\ *.
ISI1AE1 -r :r IREGEN,
i', fei lunt.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
You ISRAEL Sl'REJREtiEN,
rii-d lhal a Bill ol Com-
l .. ha* bi ii filed
against and yo I an required to
..... youi Mi- ei oi l 'li ad-
i,.. ,.. ii Bill i i Complaint -ii the
n. Martin S. Saxon.
220 71*1 Street. Miami Beach, Flor-
ida and fill Iglnal Answer or
I Mending In the office of the Clerk ol
[he CI ii ii' on r I fore the 2MB
day of Mi l'"-' li fll '" ,1" "
ludgmenl by default will I" taken
against vou for the relief demanded
Bill .a Complaint.
Thla n"i i e shall t>. published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH i:,i il'.IMAN
m INK AND ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, thl* 21th day of April A.D,
"' 10 n LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
i ii, in -...ii i. I lade County, Florida
(Heal) Bj K. M. I.Y.MAN
i 'i put) i 'lerk
MARTIN S. SAXON
Ilal Street
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff ..,.., ., ,0
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC AL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
\ No. 62C 4435
ysill'i: REALTY, INI' and
I MELVIN .1. Z< ILLER i
CAR! ILYN II. /a ILLER,
Plaintiffs,
vs.
i CI.I.ION. the Ifi of
ROBERT VV iTi.i.KN, 8R deceasod,
unknown spouse ol rt'l.i.KN
, if she li is n married and thi real.....
i i n unknown heir* of ROHERT \\
ii i.i.io.n, SR and all other persona
Imlng by, throuvh, under *! againnt
thesi partie*. all ol who*i residences
an inknown, and I.IOSTI.T. L. 1>AY
and i 'AY, his wife,
Defend inta
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
iTi >: ill.I,ION. the >v if' "f
ROBERT W iTI.I.IO.N, SR., de-
ceased, unknown spouse of
i ii. i. ion if ahe ha- remarried and
the respective unknown Inns .f
ROBERT W. ril.l.KN. sit and all
other persons claiming by, throusrh,
iimh : "i- against these parties, all
of whose residences are unknown
Al'I'ltlOSS L'NKNOWN
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Complaint for Foreclosure has been
filed ngalnsl you upon ihe mortgage
covering the following described prop-
erty :
Loi I, Block I, TROPICAL GAR-
DENS ESTATES, according to the
Plat thereof, as recorded In Plat
Book ~'s. al Page 74. f the I'liblie
Record* I lade Coui ty Kloi Ida,
.Mid you ari required to Bervi a copy
..r % ..iii- Answer t" ih.- Complain! on
ulainlirra attorney, A, BCDH ''I T-
I.IOIt. 706 Ainsl.y Building, Miami :t^.
Florida, and Hie the original In the
..in. of the i "lerk "f the Circuit
Court "ii "i before the 28th day of
May, IH62, or a Decree Pro Confesao
will hi entered agalnsl s,,n
DATED ai Miami, I'ade County,
i this 24th day I Vprll, 19(2.
i: B LEATHERMAN
i 1. rk of Cli cull lourl
Miami, l "ade County. I-' I la
I seal I B> M. C VVALAR1S
I leputy i 'hi k
i 27, ". 1-11-18
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
f'Jev-isffi fhcridiiain
solicits your legal notice*.
We appreciate ytfur
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial III 3-465
lor messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
NO.55857 C
'N '\:N,-:WAKM.,iW I'RETTYMAN
I I.':
lllg
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ml Creditors and All Pel on* lim-
it ma ..i !' man la Ag ilnal Satd
, hen by notified and .pir--
...1 to present any i-lalms and demanda
which you may hare against _t"e
,,i \NK WARDLOW
MAN tof Miami 11. arh and
,,i late of Had.- County Flmina,
Hi, Co ml} Judges "i Dade int;
Ihi a me In dui'l iti j
. | Section J3n.lt.. I- ortda
..in their office* in the in i
h mse in i>ad.- county, I
-inn ,d> call ndai month* "
e first | it Ion hi-reot,
, w iii i- bai red.
,| Miami. Florida ;l"- -1"1
' VP' Hi -v ''"''-' .,,.,-
liEuRUR W l- PlU-n'l i man
925 Castile Plaae
Coral Gables, Floi Ida
\. Ailminislral.'i
i publication "f this notice on
" ih day ol May. I"-
IMSEPH l' I.Al'SSIOI.
ii, v for Geo W L Prettyman,
alt atoi "i the Estate
a.is s w ^'i Btroei
:.. Florida. MO I .,.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 4377
MlltltAY UIARDKLLI,
I'laintiff,
vs.
III.I.ION GIARDELLI,
11, i, ndai.l.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: HELEN GIARDELLI
2iil3 20th Street
tstorta .. Long Island
New York
You, HELEN HI VRDELLI are here-
that .. Bill "f Complain!
for Divorce has been filed ugainsl you,
and you are requii ed i" servi a copy
oi voui \n-' or Pleading i" the
Kin' f Complaint on the Plaintiff*
irney. ORR & i.a/.m:. 107 Lincoln
Suite UK, Mia i Bern h, Flor-
ida ;,,i file the original Ai wi i
Pleading In thi office of the i lerk ol
ill, Circuit Court "" or hi fore Ihe
Mli day of May. 1962. II your la;
,., no so, ludgmenl by default "ill
be taken against you for the rcllei
n |, ,i in the Hill "i Comptalni
published once
..h week i"i I. in consei .,m.,. ,.!..-
| THE JEWISH ll."Kll'l VN.
titlNE \Nli ORDERED ll Maim.
Florida, thl* 23rd .lay ol Vprll, VD
i; B I.IOATHIOltM VN Cl, rk,
Circuit Court, Dade inly, I lorlda
fseall i- SNEBDEN
i lepul' i
liltll & I.A/.AK
in: i.in... in Road, Bulti UK
Miami Beach. Ma.JE 2-54 >
Attorneys for Plalntlfi f ( n Jg

NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICiAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 4507
JACQUELINE GODKRBY,
Plaintiff,
\ s
LLOYD JAMES GODFREY,
11. f.mlanl.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
in. LLOYD JAMES OODFREY
Adilri bh Ci known.
v.. i.i. d James Godfrey, are
i by notiiled ihai n Bill of Com-
plain! ror I Hvorce has bei n nil a
against you, and you are required to
serve a cop* ol i-our Answer or Plead-
ing in ihe' BI i "i Complaint on the
Claintii't's nttorney, Charlotte J Bar
kan -"'-' Pan American Building, Ml
ami S2 Morlda and We th.- original
Vnstvei Pli adlng In the ofl i i ol
i c .ik ..r the Circuit Court "n or
hi r..... the -'-Hi day of May, 1M2 II
iu fall t" do so, Judgmenl by de-
fault "ill be taken against you ror
i di mded In the Bill ol
Complain!
Th noth e nhall be published once
each week ror rour consecutive weeks
i THE JEWISH I l.i'Ull'IAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, ihis 2Mb day of April A.D.
i: B LEA I'HERMAN, Clerk,
, court, i "ade County I loi Ida
(seal) By K M LYMAN
11, mt) Clerk
CHARLOTTE I BARKAN
[ m An.. 11 an Hank Building
\! .a. .....Ida
Attorney for Pli Intifl _. .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC AL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 4522
'I I MII.IOS SCHWARi "i.
HELEN St'HW VRCZ, In- ife,
Claim His.
\ s.
illi .\i \S II. MILLS an.l
.,il KEN 10 MILLS, his wife,
ii w I I.I.IA.M N i and JOSEPH KORl 'SIN.
11. r. n lants.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TI i \\ 11.I.I AM N" I mltl ISIN
Sol i!i VV.....1 Avei i
Linden, Ni ^ Jersey
and
Ti' Ji ISEPH 1" ilt' ISIN
>:."- North Avenue
Ji i s. \ City, New Ji i bi y
YOC AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Complaint to Foreclose Mortgage
on the following described property:
Thi North ii" feel of Loi ll. of
RANDOLPH ACRES, according to
th, rial thereof, recorded In Plat
Bo k 13, al Page -. of the Public
Records "f Dade County. Morlda;
has been hrought agalnsl yon, and
you are hereby notified to serve a
copy of Man answer oi pleading upon
JAMES F, POLLACK. Attorney for
Plaintiffs, 3748 West Magtsr street,
Miami 14, Morlda, and file the orig-
inal in the office of thi- Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida. ..ii or before the nth day of May,
1982. otherwise the allegations of saM
Complaint will be taken at confesaed
by you.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUR
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 55825-A
IN RE: Estate ol
Si IFIE K VRY
11,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
|\, \n i ill torn and Ml Pi rsi n- Ha -
in._. i-!:,in -. Demands Against b
. Estate;
You a: i hi r.-hy notlfll d and i -
quln d i" ln "' anj claims and i
mand* which you may bavi agali t
the estate of Si IFIE KAltY dei i aa d
late of Dade County, Morlda, to I -
County I '- "i I lade County, and
file ilu- -. ne in duplicate and aa m -
, |di .1 In Seetli i 733 16, Morlda Sti -
utes, m tin ii offices in th. Ci
cm Hi., isi in I 'ade County, Moi Idi .
within six .-ahndar months from
time of the flral publication hen
in thi same will be barred.
|>ate day of API II, A D 1962.
ii ISIOI'H BI HIM
As Executor of thi Estate
s.ifi. i- iry,
WELL1SCH & l'i H'GHERTY
Attorney I i the Esi He ol 8i K
l ii- i i ling
Miami. 1- Ida 1 I
NO CE TO CRED TORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 55477-A
IN RE '
BENN : .1 BROWN
I.....as. !
To All | ''i' 'i and All P< son* Ha
ihl; claims .i Demands Against Bald
Estate .
You, and ..oh of you. are hereby
notified unil required to pn -
claims and di in,mds which you, r
either of vou, may have against I
,..,iat. KENN1E .1 BROWN di
ceased late ol I lade County, Mot i,
t,, ih. Honorable County Judeea '
Had.- County, and rile the same In
their offices In the County Courtho
in Dade County, Florida, within -n
.ahndar months from the date of thl
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demand* lo contain the legal -
dress of th- claimant and to be swi I'll
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred
Date April 2$, A.D. 1962.
HARRY JOE BROWN
As Executor of the La-t w ill and
Testament of BONNIE J BROWN
1 i, as. d.
HENRY NORTON
Attorney foi Kx..ntor ^ |(
DATED at Miami. Hade County.
Morlda, this I'.'.th day of April. IMS.
!'. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(seal) My : K M LYMAN
I leputy Clerk
1 27, 5/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Vi ITICE IS HBRBm CIV h.N Hi
ml, rsigni ti, di siring to n
h nines* under the fii lltlous name oi
INK BPECIAJ.TY CtiMPANl al
K i"th Ay... Hlaleah, Morlda. in-
ml nami 'tn
i lei 1. .a' the Circuit ''..in I ol
iit\, Morlda
Ri iHERT HI! VHN
NEIL K"i Ml I
I
Ni
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NANiE LAW
Ih HEREin ISIN EN II I
m i il. -in"
It
' -I. VSSOCIATE
Vvi mi. Hiali ah. M
l. r said nami with ihi
...:,, : Hade I
i \cio \i'i;rs
Ri IHERT Ll n IF
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
CASE NO. 62C 3975
JOEL CHAVEZ
Plaintiff
ELV1R v "nAU.iosTKP. CHAVEB,
'NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO ELVIRA BALLESTER I HA\ BZ,
S\.N I.A/AKH Ti, altOS
Y,',VV:l;:V,KA'|iA,.i.io,T.:i:c.iyv-
iv- San .....ro Altos, Havana.
K, oi Cuba, are n ; isri n i tilt youi
, ,., ,rie cm,.lain. .- divorce.
nlth the Clerk ol the above nurt, and
I serve a copy thereof upon Ohio P. No-
in N I' 2nd Avi mi.-. Miami Mojlda,
ji on or before May 21,
complain) will be taken as con-
, ',,,..!. this lh das > \>,:'. 1!":2-
,., WEATHERMAN, Clerk
I Court. DadeC. nty. Florida
M CAVAI. VRIS
D' -II..
1 ..-.., 1-' i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (IIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
b sines* under the fictitious name of
NEPTCNE HANDBAGS BI 11275 N VV,
:'a.!h Avi Miami 12, Morlda. intends
to reglsti r said name with the Clerk
,,. ihe cieeull Courl "t I lade 'ounty.
Florida
NEPTCNE IMSTRIBCTORS, INC,
a Morlda "orp.
:, i-n-is-j..
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS' HEREBY OIVEN tl
the undersigned, desiring to engagi
business under the fictitious name
CHOI,AIR CONDITIONING A; R
FRtOBRATION SERVICE at 731 '
Street Ml I B< grh Intend to n gl
said name with the Clerk of the C
cult Conn ol I'ade County. Florid.
, \i MONCARZ
IHI I. MtiNCARZ
HENRY S\r
HARRY ZCKER.NICK
Attorney for Ms ners
12" Lincoln Road
Mia,,,, Beach /. V4-11
at
111
of
10-
th
-l
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY I1IVEN thai
the undersigned, deslrlni in engagi in
business undei the fictitious nami' ol
H.ORIDA PHYSICIANS WHOLK-
s i .i: r>RCQ "I | at 81 16 i "oi ai > ay
Miami. Florida. Intend* to register
said name with the Clerk ol thi l 'n
, ii four! "f Dade County, Florida
ThI: VCKS tlRI >VI0 I'll VRM VCY, INC
i \ Ma Corp i
Sole i iwner
:. I -11 -1X 2S
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN tl b!
the undersigned, desiring to engagi i
business under the fictitious name if
CON8TITCTION I-1FI0 INSFRANCI.
AOENCY at I26S0 N.E, ^th Ave., N.
Miami. Morlda Intends to register
said nami with the Clerk ol the. Cir-
cuit Court "' I'ad. county. Morlda
FRANK DOCGLAS
I 27, 3 I II 1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 4288
MAX KLEIN,
Plaintiff,
\ -
Ri isiO KLEIN,
11, fi ndanl
SUiT FOR DIVORCE
You. ROBE KLEIN, nun North
denesee Avenue, Apartment No
Log Angeles I". California, are here- i
bj not iiii-ii thai i Bill of Complaint |
,,' divi IS ,'t','" r"tM' ""t"""" I
you and v >n are required to servi i
;,,,o of \'..iii Vnswer or Pleading
,!.' mil ,,f i mplalnl on the plain;
lifts att. in. Harold Shapiro,
Lincoln Roa Miami Beach, Mi
li th Inal Answ. r i r Plead-
In the offl of the Clerk of the
|circuit Conn, "ii m before thi 28th
- iia> of May, 12. If you fall to .1"
so.' ludgmenl h default will be taken
agalnsl > iu l the relief demanded
In the Bill "! Complaint.
1" iNIO \NI IRI lERED al Miami
I |oi Is 'in- h day of April. l61
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A STUDY OF AMTRICAH JEWISH VALUES: PART 2
5efc/?(/ C/a$5 Citizenship Our Enemy
By OORE SCHARY
%e of mar. has reacned
: -- tsce .s bq rrob*
rery r ::' o u planetal
b panaceas and wotxlrous d -

comforts that are uabeBerabte
no: onl> :: people ho \ert ::. :r.j
hundred years agobu: to pt
who are Lwr.g at the very tune
these beneiiU- are tak.r.-
We also have or-
comph*lnner.s that aiu;t be eons.d
tred- Mac has created tne man
Of deatrey'.ng himself completely
with a fe* dozen well-placed hydro-
:tr. horr' S I -e cf our or set ITS
our future leisvn
tilBC may be ;per." *l
I. siofts are goicg bomb
ibehen here we j11 be able to
listen, via :;J... to the details of
uterminati n -thirds of
the wevhl's population. It
jre occupation in which I choose
I t to participate.
It is a fantastic worlda world
that has become homogenized, pres-
surized paatcur.red. emulsified and
:rr.---:ied It 1= a world of fantas-
tic synthetics and incredible struc-
tures, yet we have made only a
short stride forward in what is
most neededwhich is the devel-
opment of mac's relationship to
man. I am all for occupying our
leisure time with mus.c and read-
ing and writing, painting, exercis-
ing, playing, loving, prayingbut
all this is not enough.
We cannot speak freely of Russ-
ian hypocrisy before we eliminate
every last vestige of second-class
cititzensMp in our own country
We cannot support the work of
ADL and at the same time speak
in hostile terms of other minority
.roups who live in our midst. We
cannot eompiain t immor-
less e set extren
moral st for ourselves and
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;tn: aa- ~ -' *! i bawajwal -''
Dtfenu .-"-. '' '"
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t .-.-:. Df.';T.-:: L*gU >j B B nth
I a.-r. not thinking of puritanical
res: I am speaking of basic-
morality that will lead us toward
empathizing with the man opposite
js Even a man who may d.s-
.:ree Witfa ,_-. i think it is possible
ar learning more about this
ever] day. thank; to the study of
the mind iyes. it is possible to
bate an idea without hating the
man who expressed it. I grant you
that this is a fine and tough dis-
tinct.or. to make: I grant you that
i' is a little difficult for me to dis-
associate the ideas behind the Birch
Society from Mr. Welch, who ex-
presses themas it was for me to
separate what Sen Joe McCarthy
had to say from the man himself.
But I try. And it is in trying that
we learn.
Some years ago. 1 watched Ben
Hcgan give a golf lesson to some
young players. He spoke Jo them
of muscle memory. He was mak-
ing the point that if you kept try.
ing and practising the right swing
oi a golf club, you would never lose
the arc of that swingthat the
memory of your muscles would in
time perfect what it is you were
try.r.g to learn.
I think this muscle memory op-
m our behavior toward peo-
ple, and a good part of our leisure
time could be spent pr. I
it loping a muscle memory of be-
havior; to cultivate an instinctive
attitude toward our fellow man that
is based on what .s positive rather
tiian negative.
I think it is the mo-t important
thing we can do with our leisure
time because if we do not find a
peaceful path to each others por-
tal, there will be no portals, no
no people and no leisure.
In my opening remarks. I jok-
ingly referred to our dangerous
ways of living. We take our risks
foi grantedhoping that percen-
tages are working for us. There are
other risks with which we live The
free society that exists in America
has certain risks, but .f we elimin-
ate those risks we eliminate our
freedom Freedom of thought and
expression means just that, not
fifty-one percent of freedom, or
ninety-nine percent it means one
hundred percent freedom. It means
freedom for Mr. Welch and for
Gerald L. K. Smith freedom for
every crackpot or any member of
rr.y lunat.c fringe organization to
have h.s say if we prevent them
from being heard, we can be limit-
ing the freedom of our liberals, our
.-< our just, our enlightened
voices.
There are laws and agencfc
protect us But freedom also means
we can talk back To each lie we
counter with the truth. We can
challenge, expose, debate, censure,
ite and oppose the charlatan,
the faker and the rabble rouser
A- bigots strive to strike the
names of Ralph Bunche and Albert
ein from text books, so we
must strive to keep those names
in
As the Lnited Nation- i- branded
as a "socialistic" assembly, we
must make the name glitter a; a
parliament of mar. that is our best
hope in thi- troubled world.
As weird u'.-ubstantial cr-tics try-
to pu^h the books by Eugene 0-"
Neill. Hemingway. Faulkner. Sin-
clair Lewis and histories by-
Charles Beard. Henry Commager
and Bernard DeVoto off the shelves
of libraries we must pu.-h to
keep those books where they be-
long.
A- the peddlers of fal=e fears cre-
ate ghosts, we must light the dark
corner' and prove that .- .,,
plasmic nons< i
These hysterical i ot,.
radical risj *
not fnshienine not yel -, '
ally thrives on i |
the deprivations and the -opari,
or supposed )N*ardy ol Adr
ing class so in bm< ,ver.'
11 becomes most danger smc.
the working clasa hi in ..]
condition in this natioi recoZ
munism is a barren
-lan nati
i rr.muriism is a diffi
and we generally kr
llowever. Fascism u- -
presses the fears of th, rnidcUt
class, who feeling the)
ardy from the "masse: im(.
apprehensively rush tov i:: a p^
ti.al philosophy that a|
re their eadangen ay t
life.
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by ISABEL GROVE
A bridal shower and luncheon for Carol Barrocas. fiance (if
i ichard Schulman, recently at the Westbrooke Country Club by
B Riva Klein and her mother. Mrs. Milton Klein. Carol's cousin
, ',(1 aunt White pique with beige alencon lace appliques lor
pretty bride-to-be ... An iridescent brocade sheath worn by
a and frock in aqua and green on white chosen by Mrs. Klein
Here from Orlando for the festivities. Phyllis (Mrs. Al>c> Kam-
enofl in a green foliage print, and Madaleen (Mrs. .lack) Kam?n-
f| wearing a lattice cotton print in moss shades, sisters of the
. respective groom His mother, Mrs. Harry Schulman, chose
white silk organza with a tunic overskirt, and Mrs. Ann Barrocas,
mother of the bride-to-be, was in a blue and white eyelet outfit
Many of the 65 guests members of the pioneer I'allot family.
..II related to the bridegroom The young couple will be mar-
lied on June 3.
Farewell and bon voyage luncheon at the Sidewalk Cafe of the
,'ardin Suisse at the Roncy Plaza hotel Saturday for Mrs. Morris
Lerner (Famous restaurant) She's leaving with her husband
on a six-week trip to Europe and Israel Among those offering
best wishes, Mrs. George Bourke, 'Mother'- Marie Gross, Mrs.
Milton Kafka, and Mrs. Millie Gilbert.
Celebrating a decade of married life at Maxim's, just before it
shuttered fofr the summer, Mr. and Mrs. Sy A. Robbins The
former Rita Speisman very chic in a vanilla peau de soie sheath
and two magnificent white orchids, one for each five years of
wedded bliss The Robbins both outgoing presidents, she of the
Gilbert J. Balkin chapter, B'nai B'rith, he of the lodge bearing the
same name.
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The reception and dinner given in the Coronation room of the
Barcelona hotel by Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin L. Steinberg, of Bay
Harbor Islands, to celebrate the Bar Mitzvah of son, Steven Marc
Rose, the last Saturday in April was a real "twister" Led by
30 of Steven's teen-age friends, many of them classmates from
Nautilus Junior High, the 100 more mature guests gladly played
follow the leader" through the Hully Gully, Mashed Potatoes and
several variations Mother of the celebrant, cute as a bonbon
in a white tunic dress with deep fringe at the overskirt and hem-
lime Against a lavendar background, the tables, set with blue
and white, and floral decorations in the same shades, made a
sparkling picture Highlight of the evening was duet on the
trumpet by the Bar Mitzvah boy and Dr. Jack Rozen Here for
the joyous occasion, both grandmothers, Mrs. Anna Lubct, of
Pittsburgh, and Mrs. Bessie Rose, of Philly ... Dr. and Mrs. S.
Rose and family, also from the City of Brotherly Love, Mrs. Sarah
August and Mrs. TUlic August, of New York City, the Wayne
Steinbergs, of Des Moines. la, and Mrs. Estelle Tewbey, of Belle-
ville, N. J.
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Dinner party at the Alden hotel hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Sturman, of Liberty. NY., and Miami Beach Guests of honor,
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Katims, leng-time residents, of Miami, are
the parents of Beverly, the new Mrs. Herbert Sturman He's the
son of the hosts, now living with his bride in Los Angeles where he
is a U.S. Attorney Guests included relatives of the Sturmans
here from Memphis. Tenn.. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Plesofsky. the Isaac
Loskoves, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Thomas, and Mrs. Dora Morris
. Also Mrs. Hose Brown, of Monticello. N.Y., and Mrs. Sam
Fedak, of Miami.
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Bon Voyage luncheon for Pauline (Mrs. Nat) Sater last week
at the Algiers hotel hosted by the three charming Mesdames
Kaplans, her sisters-in-law With champagne glasses high, the
20 guests echoed a toast "to Pauly. who's going to sea to kick up
her heels in Gay Paree, to shop and flirt in ancient Home, to have
a wonderful time before she comes home" Very blank verse,
but very sincere By now half way across the Atlantic on the
Queen Mary, the guesl of honor chose a slim silk frock of blue and
white window pane print with square white inset at the bodice .
Others around the beautifully-decorated tables where heavenly
Ships floated on floral seas. Mrs. Sally Bachrach. Paulines travel-
ing companion, in attractive water silk slim sheath in shades oi
blue and yellow Hostesses, pretty Mary Rose (Dr. Sherman)
in a pale aqua silk shantug with heavy lace bertha collar .
Petite Marcclla (Mrs Donald) slick and chic in white polka dots on
turquoise And for gay Gladys (Mrs. Ralph) pink sleeveless
easy fit silk with slit side pockets The younger set represented
by the former Arlyne Kaplan, now Mrs. Mai Fromberg. who chose
dark multicolored geometric print, and Mrs. Marvin Haven, nee
Barbara Sater, cute as ever m kelly green weskit over white silk
shantung swing skirt, hurrying home to her four little ones .
Taking an extended tour of Europe, the travelers won't be back
in our fair citv until late June.
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Bright red on pink clothes made an attractive background for
the luncheon in the French room of the Fontainebleau last Mon-
day Greeting their guests, hostess Mrs. Esther Levitz in
cliiery. cherry red accessorized in the same shade, and co-hostess,
Mrs. i'harlcs (Hilda) Gertler. in an attractive navy and white linen
with dramatic white satin flower at the hip .
Mrs. Camilla M. Berg, of Miami Beach, jetting to Bogota.
Colombia, for a six-week visit with her son and daughter-in-law,
James L. and Marcia Berg Highlight of the trip will be the
celebration of her grandson, Y. Edward Berg's Bar Mitzvah .
Delightful production of Verdi's "La Traviata" given Sunday
afternoon at Dade County Auditorium Presented by the Opera
Guild of Greater Miami for the affiliated Dade Youth Opera Pro-
ject, the beautifully sung performance pleased the audience of al-
most 2,400, at least half of them children who gave it their com-
plete attention Among those enjoying Carol Dunn as the lovely
but tragic Violetta and her lover Alfredo, played by Edmund Cava.
Mrs. Albert Pollak with her son and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. J. Lev
koff, and their two cute daughters, Mrs. David Drucker and her
Vicki Also Mrs. Martin Fine, her three children and a young
guest, the Julien Baloghs and family. Mrs. William Singer with
her grandchildren. Mrs. Emil Morton and three sons, the James
Briekman family, and Mrs. Herman Berk, with daughters Penny-
Jane and Nancy, and friend Sandy Karlan.
"(Jewish Floridiaii
Miami. Florida, Friday. May 11, 1962
Section 2
The first elected presidents of Miami area
chapters of National Children's Cardiac Hos-
pital are among the 23 former leaders who
met recently at the home of Philip Houtz, exec-
utive vice president of the free, non-sectarian
hospital devoted to youna heart patients. Left
to right are Mrs. Harry (Ethel) Reckson, North
Among other booths to be managed by PTA members at Tem-
ple Emanu-El's annual Spring Carnival on Thursday, May 17,
is a do-it-yourself "PizzaRama." Mothers slated for action
there are (left to riqht) Mesdames Jack Pincus, Murry Koret-
zky, Albert Lauier and Benjamin N. Greene. Carnival hours
are from 2 to 7 p.m., at North Branch bldg., 77th st. and Dick-
ens ave.
JWV Auxiliary in Meeting Service Will
North Shore Women's Auxiliary.
Jewish War Veterans, held a meet-
ing Wednesday at Miami Beach
Federal Savings and Loan Assn.
A'.ciula for the coming year was
compiled, and plans for the June
convention to be held at the Deau-
ville hotel were discussed.
Dcde chapter; Mrs. William H. (Lillian) Gro-
ner, Miami chapter; Mrs. Jessie O. Marcus
Miami Beach chapter; Mrs. Doran (Eve) Zir.-
ner, Flamingo chapter; and Robert Rubinstein
member. National Children's Cardiac Hospitr'.
board of governors, chapter liaison officer.
Cardiac Hospital
Past Presidents
Meet to Set Plans
Twenty-three past presidents of
Miami area women's chapters of
National Children's Cardiac Hospi-
tal met last week to discuss special
projects to undertake in behalf of
th* free, non-sectarian hospital de-
voted to young heart patients, as
the institution's new facilities in the
Metropolitan Medical Center near
completion.
Meeting at the home of Philip
Houtz, executive vice president of
National Children's Cardiac Hospi-
tal, the past presidents were of-
ficially welcomed by Mrs. Houtz.
Mrs. Leo Robinson, wife of the
hospital's president, and Robert
Rubinstein, of the hospital's chap-
Ui liaison committee
In commenting on the meeting,
Rubinstein said that "the expert-
en and dedication in the fight
ainst children's heart disease
:, pn sented in this group is in-
valuabli Some of the past presi-
dents have been devoted workers
foi National Children's Cardiac
Hospital for 20 years or more. Fu-
ire meetings, naming of the com-
mittees and specific plans are al-
ady underway to make this past
presidents' group one of the most
effective working auxiliaries that
any hospital has ever had."
Hope School
Fashion Show
Coral Gables chapter of Hope
School will sponsor a luncheon and
fashion show at the Fireside res-
taurant. 3G22 Coral Way. next Fri-
day noon.
Clothes shown will be from Man-
Norton, and children of members
will model frocks from Miami's
Children Shop
In charge of reservations are
Mrs. Charles Sokol and Mrs. J. A.
Jason.
Honor Mothers
Temple Emanu-El will hold it-
annual Mother's Day service this
Saturday morning in the Temple.
I)i Irving Lehrman will officiate.
Greetings will be extended by
Mrs. Elliott Harris, president of
the Parent-Teacher Assn.
A prayer will he offered by Mrs
Sol Goldstein, president ot the
Sisterhood.
A special tribute to mothers will
be made by Sam, son of Mrs Kate
Steingart. president of the 1962 con-
firmation class; Mark, son of Mr.
and Mrs Jerry Blank; Lisa, daugh-
Ki of Mr. and Mrs. William Gor-
don; Neisen, son of Mr. and Mrs
Julius Kasdin; and Noach, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Yanich.
Children of the religious school
have been invited to accompanj
their parents to the worship ser-
vice.
Flagler Officers
To be Installed
Flagler-Grana.la Jewish Sister-
hood is holding its annual installa-
t:on luncheon at noon on Thursday,
May 1". at Westbrooke Country-
Club.
New president is Mrs. Irving Ver-
don, who will be installed by City
Commissioner Judge Henry Bala-
ban.
Other officers are Mrs. Erwin
Marshall. Mrs. Elmer Rogers and
Mrs David Hertz, vice presidents;
Mrs, Louis Bush, recording secre-
tary; Mrs. Joseph Shankman, cor-
11-ponding secretary, and Mrs. Hy
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Friday. May \\t
1962
Mrs. Shapiro Heads
Women's Group
For Fourth Term
Mrs. Joseph Shapiro was unani-
mously elected as president ul the
Hebrew Academy Women for the
i< uith consecutive s i ar a. a gen-
eral meeting a: the Kit/. Plaza hotel
en Wednesday
Mrs Harry Kaplan, chairman of
the nominating committee, present-
ed the following slate of otficers
who, together with Mr<. Shapiro
and the board of directors selected
by the executive committee, will be
installed at a luncheon in June:
Mrs. David S. Andron and Mrs.
Sidney Rubinowiiz. honorary life
presidents; Mrs. Irving Firtel. hon-
orary president: Mrs. Samuel Rein-
hard, honorary life vice president;
Mrs. Joseph E Rackovsky, honor-
ary life treasurer; Miss Sue Ber-
kowitz. Mrs. Leonard Rosen. Mrs.
M H Rosenhouse. and Mrs. Abra-
ham Steinberg, vice presidents;
Mrs. George Kimmcl. treasurer;
Mrs. Al Osheroff. financial secre-
tary; Mrs. Jacob Katz. recording
Fccretary; Mrs. Sam Sluviro. soc-
ial secretary; Mrs. Sue Hermon.
chairman, corresponding secretary:
i'nd Mrs. Louis A. Bunim, histor-
ian.
elected an Mesdames
S rah i' Bu Hi v Pauline Chill.
lei Cohen, Harn Genel ana
Gn 5s. Paulu erg
;' '.i sky,
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: : ncvements ol
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iv.ci s pi
Shapiro to be Speaker
i Beach B I .inch-
i noon, rues-
day, ai the Lincoln Lam
i : 169 Meridian ave S|
rmer Mayor of Miami B<
will be "Tzaddikim and
Chassidim," the story ol the
e.-t revivalist movement in Jew-
ish history,
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Magician to Help School
Fred G. Maurer, noted magician,
wa-. featured in a program prov-
ing that the hand is quicker than
the eye at Beth Tor ah Congrega-
tion
Proceeds will pay for a recently
purchased school bus. Perform-
ance was at 2 p.m.. Sunday al
the congregation.
By FRANCES LEHMAN
Everyl od: had i ->" d time "
H, donor hit Greater
Miami IV mi n"; Auxiliary oi the
jewish M. r th Aged al the
Vlgii i : Spright-
.. ,,;.. the happy Hun-
garian i Elmer Korasnj was
Ihe b kgi u tor a delicious
lunchi 01
The Silverman girl Mollie I Mrs.
Soli in a black and white print
with unusual black hat. and Shari
(Mr.- Lawrence) in a white suit
with a blue and green reversible
jacket, kept the program going at
high si eed helped by Mrs. Louis
Makovsky. who wore an orange
- raight-lined sheath, her only orna-
ment a '"old locket given to her by
the Auxiliary.
Mr- Daniel Broad in a red and
pink two-p.ece tie -ilk suit with
matching whimsy that had just
come straight from a piano lesson
Mrs Rose Yokell wore a blue rib-
hen one-piece knit with beautiful
c'rop earrings Mrs. Rose Brown
was in a blue and white print.
Three ladies whose ages totaled
258 years were Mrs Rose Bernk-
i. ft in a tv o-pie< e print. Mrs. Isa
Cohen in orchid dotted one-
. |, dress. Mr loseph Bren-
Mrs Edv ar I Pey an an-
nual Chhw print. Mrs I' thj
Harris chose a Stunning si suit
u ith a rose and white blousi In
-harp contrast was the Inch yel-
low shantung, chiffon-topped dress
with matching jackel thai Mrs
Louis Glasser wore. With it, le
wore a hib of beads.
Mrs. Fanny Dubler was in a one-
puce beige with a vivid orange
biripe and smart gold earrings.
Mrs Ida Altschuller was in a pink
shantung one piece dress highlight-
ed by earrings and a locket ol
French enamel that were enchant-
ing.
Judge Irving Cypen with close-
cropped hair and a black dotted
bew-tie spotted with re I, -topped
to erect Mrs. Jacob Mindlin who.
lor the occasion chose a beige
dress tucked in front with a clever
tucked back yolk and pleated ,-kir.t.
Mrs Mindlin was sitting next to
Mrs Gladys Dinetz Morganstern,
who wore a bold orange and tan
plaid dress tied with bows on the
shoulders
Mr- Harrj Koretsks was in a
apphq |
jellow organza wil
M.s ulna,, Kl ,sler ,n a
piece pink eyelel dr. ,. m^Z
Shoes, sang M try. \|r"
Herman Goldow.tz delightfully cod
ii a bine and whj e striped drea
with an unusual neck Ii i
Mr- Jack Diamant h.,d a inn
sleeved ruffled gold and white |S
with a pert stand-up collar
Olga Biber Stern c black
and white print. Dr Cecia Wonl
in a light blue chiffon Mrs char,
lette Katz in a two-pie,,, bl
and Mrs Trudy Hamerschlag, ji
gold with white aecessones, watch,
ed aw Mrs. Ruth Levine took hr
mother. Mrs. Minnie l.evine. up ta
receive her award Mr- Harold
Spaet in pink cotton with a pic.
ture collar.
Mrs. Helen Sparher in -hock.
ing pmk two-piece button den,
With it she wore turq ise ..-.
rings and necklace
Perlnwtter to be Speaker
Nathan Perlmutter, executive di-
rector of the Florida offii t B'nai
B ruh's Anti D< tarnation |
will be guest speaker i Temple
Emanu n Fridaj evi
DAIRY DISHES a SNACKS
TASTE BETTER WITH BREAKSTONE'S
(just as they always have)
Anyway you slice it, a tempting spread! Put the best where it belongs-on your table It's a good family
custom. Anytime you serve, pick Breakstone's and enjoy the really fresh, creamy rich goodness "bargain
dairy products can t duplicate. Dairy meal or friendly snack, make Breakstone's part of your good life toda>!
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Teen-agers who have completed 35 hours of volunteer service
t Cedars of Lebanon Hospital will be cited at the next meet-
ing of the Auxiliary on Saturday, May 19, 2 p.m., in the hos-
pital cafeteria. To" be honored are seated (left to right) Hor-
net Manning, Carolyn Adler, and Barbara Blau. Standing
left to right are Judi Botwick and Jane Blau.____________________
Moffier's Day luncheon
Mrs I ouis Tokayer, president of
Dov chapter, Mizrachi Women, an-
nounces a past-Mother's Day lunch-
eon to be held at Beth Kl Congre
gation on Wednesday noon. Guest
speaker will be Rabbi Solomon
Schiff, Beth El spiritual loader.
"Awards Day* Set
For Cedars Unlit
"\ i.....eer \wat y" will be
initiated by th imen'a Auxil-
iary of Cedai I I >,: anon Hos-
pil il iiii c -rcmo lit s honoring
\ ilunteers who have given 100
I, >r> or more at the next Aux-
iliary meeting Saturday, May 19,!
2 p.m.
'This is Ce lars first Volunteer
Awards Day. sirce the cpeaing of j
the hospital to the piddle on Nov.
If). 1961, and it marks a milestone i
in the history of our in-service
volunteer program," said Auxiliary
president, Mrs. Nathaniel Levin.
Like raw recruits who have suc-
ceeded in passing their first tests.
these volunteers are now entitled
to s rvice stripes symbolizing 100
hours oi work, and have reached
an important stage in their train-
ing as all round serv ice volun-
teers -1!" aided.
Auxiliary members who will re-
ceive the honor symbol, similar to
the Army's promotion marker, are
Mesdames Frank Perlman, Ger-
trude Dunner, Morris Blau. Frank
Cole, Ben Novack. Dorothy Arono-
vitz. Hyman Kaplan. Sol Green-
blatt. Robert Werner. Benjamin
Oren, and Miss Ketta Merson.
Mrs, Philip Warshaw. chairman
of the Volunteer Awards Day meet-
ing will present six teen-agers who
have completed 35 hours or more
of service.
These young ladies have given
several hours of work each week-
end, assisting in the Cedars Lobby
MRS. THEODORE KiPf.'IS
No. Beech PTA
Officers Listed
New offic< rs of ich Ele
arv i'i a will be
John owen on Tu en-
ing m the auditorium. Serving a
m cond term as president Is Mrs.
Theodore Kipnis, and vice presi-
dents are Mrs David Miller, Mrs.
Wolfie Cohen ami Mra. Joseph
Pardo.
An original script written by
Mrs. Maurice Serotta will be pre-
.ci.ted. and guest speaker will be
Al Horowitz, head of art for Dade
county schools
He will comment on a prolession-
;l art show loaned by the Huber
Galleries which will include the
works of artists Janet Kennedy,
Hubert Von Zimmerman and Hoy
Doremus. There will also be a
children's art show.
Mi-s Doris Johnson will conduct
the first public appearance of the
school hand.
Harmony Chapter Installation Set
'My Fair City'
To Be Presented
Temple Kmanu-F.l is currently in Shop and performing miscellaneous
Fifth annual installation of of-
ficers of Harmony chapter. B"nai
B'rith Women, will be held at the
Deauville hotel Tuesday evenuig.
New officers are Mesdames Syd-
ney Teper. president; .lack Dernis,
Minnie Cohen. George Ginsberg.
Benjamin Levy and Selwyn WiUig,
vice presidents; Sam Bosenthal.
treasurer; Florence Lederman, fi-
nancial secretary; Philip Jacoby,
recording secretary; lluth Washton,
corresponding see]'
Also Mesdames Harvey Michael-
Bon, parliamentarian; Moe llinden,
historian; Esther Schwartz, guard-
ian: Allen Boss, sentinel; Jeanne
Feldman, counselor: Sam Belsky
and Irving Laibson. trustees.
Mrs. Alfred Re.ch. District 5
president, will be installing of-
ficer. Mrs. Sam Belsky is chair-
man of the evening.
Beth Sholom
Donor Luncheon
Second annual don tr luncheon of
Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood
will be held Wednesday noon in
Tony's Fish Market restaurant on
the 79th st. causeway. Mrs. Har-
vey K Kramer is president.
Kntertainment will feature Kay
Carole and Tommy, of Murraj
Franklins, and Napoleon Reed,
singer and .star of the musical
carmen Jem
Guests will receive the Sister
hoods annui call lar yearbook
irum Mi Seymour Silvi rman
chairman. Mrs It .-in Bern is
donor Inn h chairman.
Funds :. I by I terhood
go towar I s( hi I sub-
sidy an '
Rabbi I Kroni.-h is |
I, ition
rehearsal for their Players' third duties." Mrs. Warshaw said, "and
annual production. "My Fair City." will be the first group of teen-age
, girls to receive service stripes.
To be presented Saturday and '
Sunday evenings. May 26 and 27.
at tl>j Miami Beach High School
Auditorium, the production marks
its most ambitious undertaking to
date with past performances hav-
ing included such noteworthy shows
as "Miami Made" and "Shingle on
Flagler Street."
Named are Jane Blau. Ellen No-
vack, Carolyn Adler. Judy Bot-
wick. Barbara Blau. and Harriet
Featuring a cast of 40. the full-
scale musical comedy is the work
of sat.list. Tnxie Levin, and will
bi directed by Gloria Muroff Cho-
reography is by Barbara Bessey,
v ith the orchestra conducted by
Millie Drazier.
Heading the company are Irwin
Gars, llelene Koretzky. Fred Stein.
I o Rokeach, Elaine Glickman and
v ella Mitnick. Also featured are
Levin. Dr. Philip Stern,
nse Bell and Rose Kogan.
[lea led by president Myron .1
inick, tickets are available
M Temple Emanu-El, or by
i ..lling ticket chairman, Ben Ball
are directed towards the
n mpli 's religious school.
BB Israel Tour
Lists 2nd Leg j
The Bnai B'rith Women's tour'
to Israel this summer has met with
such "tremendous response" that
the organization Wednesday an-
nounced a second economy group
departure date "to accommodate
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about the tour."
The second 35-day trip will de-
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Mrs Betty Birchansky, tour lead
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Jewish Home (or tiM a.
bold annual Motl er Dtj
;. >l Douglas Gardei m Sun-
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pj ar.'l civU leader will host
'.- party m '.he bai for man>
>ean
Lawrence Bilverman, Aux-
rj pr< ieV at, will give U
< of welcome Mr Sol 3
he esidenl and rhair-
mai 'A the building share bind.
v.ill pay homage to all re
mothers and present each with a
Mr lyjuis Makov iky, program
chairman, will introduce Irving
Pietrack and his ensemble in a
program of concert and folklore
program of concert and folk mu-
sic. Mrs. Frank Cassiola. wife of
the president of Local 655. Mu-
sicians Union, will be honored.
Refreshment! irill be servi
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cape i ess of larse
black and .-
and a smooth straw brel t
Included program was
the prt ermo Form,
a duplicating machine, to the
Braffle bindery by the president of
Parents of the Blind. Inc.. of South
Florida. Mr-. Bol Xatotovsky. For
the occasion, she chose a deep pink
s:lk line with matching beads.
Installing officer was Mrs. Jean
Rabbi Schtff on TV
Rabbi Solomon Schiff. spiritual
leader off Congregation Beth El.
will appear on the Jewish Worship
rice over W'LBW ch. 10. Sun-
morning, from li to ii:30
a.m. Hil t'.; of Motherhood."
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Zank pert in white
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A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837
the Miami Beach chapter. Branded
University National Women's Com-
mittee, Mrs William Brenner I id.
ped her pink liaen with self-made
in sweater.
Wearing an Oleg Ca-ini a: ,:.
-h petaled hat.
Mrs Michael Mersel. in charge of
-. with only a week be-
fore she and her husband leave for
; r extended trip to Europ
Israel. Arrangements chairman.
Mr- Ben Zton GHubura...ui chic
two-piecer and contrasting
nta straw bonnet trimmed ia
pink Oowen, and directing ho.:.
in lime linen suit and cloche
of white petals. Mrs. Emanuei po|.
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Friday. May 11. 1962
* Jewish Hcridiari
Page 5-5
Beth Sholom PTA Will Offer Slate
On Saturday evening, the execu-
tive board of Temple Beth She-
ll iin '. PTA will honor officers and
members of the board of directors
at a cocktail buffet at the home
of out-going president, Mrs. Joseph
Pardo.
The party will be preceded by
the final board meeting of the
year, during which the new slate
of officers will be presented as
follows:
President. Mrs. Irving Kush-
inan; vice presidents. Mrs. Marvin
Cooper. Mrs. Martin Kloiman. Mrs.
Sanford Levine. Mrs. David Mil-
er; corresponding secretary. Mrs.
Jason Berkman; recording secre-
tary, Mrs Bennett Lev; treasurer.
Mrs. Albert Rosenberg: financial
secretary. Mrs. Bernard Rubin;
treasurer for Keren Ami. Mrs,
Martin Steiner; chaplain. Mrs.
Leon Kronish; advisor, Mrs, ,t<>s-
eph Pardi S Bti rhood i ipresenta-
tiv<. Mrs Snetman.
Honorary directors, Mrs. Leon
J. Ell, Mrs. Samuel Hirsch, Mrs.
Irving B. Kaplan, Mrs. Harvey E.
Kramer, Mrs. Benjamin Mandell,
Mrs. Melvin Richard, Mrs. Lou
Ross, Mrs. D. Murray Sonnett: edu-
cation director, Herbert C. Bloom.
Spiritual leader is Rabbt Leon
.Kronish. Arrangements for tie
evening were made by Mrs. M -
ray Gilden, chairman of the nom-
inating committee.
PTA's project for the past >
[was the purchase of a piano r
.Temple Beth Sholom's religi;us
school. PTA is also the princil
support of the library now hou -
in the Temple's new Commur.. y
Building.


Finalizing table arrangements and reservations tor Mt. Sinai
Hospital Women's Auxilicry annual installation luncheon on
Friday at the Fontainebleau are ticket chairmen, Mrs. Morns
Weinberger and Mrs. Irwin Weingroff (seated), with vice pres-
ident in charge oi membership, Mrs. ArthiuBurrell, looking on.
Miss Lillian Goodman to be Installed
For Second Term as Hadassah President
Miss Lillian Goodman has been
elected to serve a second term as
president of the Miami Beach chap-
ter of Hadassah. She will be m-
Malled on Wednesday at a brunch
,n the Algiers hotel. Mrs. Joseph
:-hapiro. past chapter president and
honorary vice president, is chair-
man of the day.
Vice president are Mesdames Nat
Barth, Sanford Jacobson, Yetta
Kogan, Philip Thau, Maurice Cairn,
tain Melnick, ami Barnett Becker-
m.an; treasurer. Mrs. Joseph Suger-
iii;.n; auditor. Mrs. Harry Platoff;
-.cretaries, Mesdames Johan Ber-
man, Ira Krivltzin, Morris I.eiuor;
. nd parliamentarian, Mrs. Dorothy
K. Fink.
Also the following group presi-
dents will he installed;
Bay Harbor. Mrs Ellis Amdur;
Prandeis, Mrs. Fred Jonas; De-
borah, Mrs. Bather Levitz; Esther,!
Mrs. Chic Perlyn; I. R. Goodman,
by presidium. Mrs. Elsie Herman
;.nd Mrs. Sylvia Labell; Herri, Mrs
Pen Zeigmund; Israeli. Mrs. Joseph
Meyer; Emma Lazarus. Mrs. Nor
man Meyers; liana Senesch. Mrs
Eva M. Blum; Shaloma. Mrs. Man-
uel Feierman; Southgatc. Mrs.
Joseph Rosenberg; Henrietta Szold,
Mrs. Joseph Alexander; Stephen S.
Wise, Mrs. Harry P. Cohen.
Dr. Irving Lehrman will be guest
-peaker and installing officer.
Rcckear Art
Show Opens
Shirlej !'. ckear opem hi r "ne-
shi Sundaj at the Morer
Ait Gallery in Central City, Ky
I invitation from the Muhlenberg
County Arl Assn.
The show opened with 40 water-
color paint.;:-.- consisting of por-
traits, landscapes and figures. As
a member of Lowe Gallery and
Arts Council. Mrs. Rackear has
taken worktops with Eugene Mas-
sin, Don Kingman and James
Billmyer
She participated in the Lowe
Gallery Member Show 1961. Miami
Springs Art Guild, and took specal j
honorable mention for a watercolor
portrait in Women's Division Cham-
ber of Commerce show at Jordan
Marsh 1961.
She has studied extensively with
Eliot O'Hara. also serving as his
si cretary for the pa--t two years.
This summer will find her at the
! o'llara Water Color School in Flat
Rock. N.C.. where she'll serve as
secretary and faculty member.
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MISS LILLIAN GOODMAN
Mrs. Barnett Bcckerman. pro-
s-ram vice president, will present
Kay Harrison, soprano, accompan-
ied by Olga Biber Stern, in a group
of musical selections.
A color film of various chapter
projects will be shown.
Miss Goodman will leave for
Israel on Thursday, returning in
time to preside at a meeting on
June 18. when she will give a re-
port on her trip.
Mrs. Shwiller
To be Installed
Mis. David Shwiller will be in-
stalled a- president of the Anne
Frank chapter, B'nai B'rith Wom-
en, at the fourth annual luncheon
on May 15 at noon at the Fireside
restaurant, 3622 Coral Way.
Mrs. Stephanie Klein. District 5
chapter service officer, will con-
duct the ceremony.
Entertainment will be by Larry
Blue, singing accordionist. Mrs.
Lenore Curtice is in charge of
tickets.
Israelite Center luncheon
Bikur Cholim of the Israelite
Center will have a Mother's Day
luncheon and card party Wednes-
day noon at the Center. Mrs. Nath-
an Shenkin is president of the
group. Mrs. Beth Steinberg and
Mrs. Elsie Karcsh are in charge
of reservations.
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Page 7-B
Kennedy Lauds B'nai B'rith Convention
As Trieanfel Set to Mark 1.19th Birthday
By Speil Report
WASHINGTON PresWenl Ken-
this tt'O'k commended the 119-
reeord of B'nai B'nth corau-
;. .\ services as a -positive and
motive force lor a good pa.I
history of our nation."
a letter to B'nai B'nth presi-
I.ahcl A. Kalz. in which he
.-,l,d his groettegs to B'nai
th triennial convent .on dele-
- Kennedy lauded the Jev isfa
Ice organisation I r II long
I ..,., and wide range of inter
, is. The five-day convention of
mi delegates and guests op ins
, Saturday evening.
"For 119 years, by its cultural,
educational, phiUnthreoic and
ctvic enterprises, by its pro-
grams to strengthen civil liber-
ties and the rights of free men.
ar.d by its specialiied youth activ-
ities, B'nai B'rith has contributed
in durable measure to our na-
tional we'fare," President Ken-
nedy declared.
Thirty-five states and the District
ol Columbia arc repres >nted among
lh< delegates, as well as Canada.
Latin America. Great Britain and
liel i.i. continental Europe and Is-
rael.
in his statement, President Ken-
nedy said that voluntary organiza-
tioi such as B'nai B'rith "are an
essential part of a free society."
complementing the activities ot
overnment.
"At ;his critical period in our
li ry. ihere i- need for a reeval-
i lion i free men ol th sir dedica-
tion to the ideals of personal liber-
ice lor all, and free-
tunit}." he wrote the
les, adding: "I am certain
( '.' herations of this con-
vention will be in thai spirit."
Convention theme is "Securing
he Future Among the principal
speakers who will explore various
.1 ets of the theme are Senate Ma-
jority Whip Hubert H. Humphrey.
t M'nnesota; Sen. Jacob K. Javits,
t New York: Ambassador Philip
>!. Klutznick, U.S. representative
| ) the United Nations Economic
md So< ial Council, and a former
i international president of B'nai
B'rith; playwright Dore Senary;
Rbbbi Morris Adler. of Detroit, a
fading Jewish scholar: and Label
A. Katz. of New Orleans, interna-
tional president of B'nai B'rith.
The covention also will honor
Dr. Jonas E. Salk, discoverer of
the polio vaccine. He will be cited
for hit research in preventive
medicine.
It will also mark the 25th anni-
versary of Maurice Bisgyer, ot
Washington, D.C., executive vice
president of B'nai B'r.th. as the
Organisation's chief administrative
officer.
A major issue of the business
Sl -ions will be the report and rec-
ommendation- of a special evalua-
t.on committee, headed by Samuel
Moskovitch of Montreal, that has
completed a detailed three-year self-
study of B'nai B'rith operations.
Rifles' Lsgfcts
To Go Cut Here
Last performance of "Rifles for
Rifke" by the Flagler-Granada
Jpwish Center players will be Sat-
urday evening.
An original musical comedy deal-
ing with the Cuban situation at a
Miami Beach hotel, the show was
written by Trixie Levin and Evelyn
Mayerson and directed by Ralp'i
Marino.
Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz (left) and Mrs. Michael Covin, co-chair-
men, check Bnal plans for the Beth David Sisterhood installa-
tion luncheon to be held Wednesday noon, Mav 23, at the
Algiers hotel. A skit entitled, "The Success Story," written by
Trixie Levin, will be presented by Sisterhood jnembers.
Beth Torah Will Honor Teachers
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Members of the faculty of Bett
Torah Congregation will be honor
ed at festivities marking Yom Ha-
moroh. Teachers Daj. at services
on Friday evening
The observance "ill be part of
a tribute held in Jewish schools
throughout the nation as a mark
ol esteem for the religious school
teacher.
Rabbi Max A LipschiU will de-
vote h special readings and prayers will
be offered*
Among those to be honored
are Sandra Levy, Balfouria-
Gilad, Alexander Andron, Abra-
ham Lewis. Gladvs Diamond,
Mrs lack Gerson. yearbook chairman, and Mrs. Carlton Blake,
co-chairman, discuss plans for a journal tab*]f"g5
honor of Mrs. Louis Cohen and Mrs. .Louis CWa-bo* *
presidents and trustees of Ner Tamid Sisterhood. The lunch-
eon will be held on Thursday noon. May 17..in the Sklar Audi-
torium of the Temple. _
The Friendship Mission Tour to Europe and Israel
sponsored by B'noi B'rith Women ho. fWtfgJLg*
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Rosalie Hirschberg.
PTA of the religious school will
also honor the faculty at its final
meeting of the year next Wednes-
day evening. A special skil has
been prepared for the occasion,
In addition, Mrs. Arthur Hirsch-
berg, program chairman, said the
meeting "ill honor the outgoing
board of directors and officers of
ihe PTA and select the new slate
for the coming year.
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FC.NDERS HONORED AT WESTVIEW COUNTRY CLUB
Masses <>\ yellow and white flowers decorated Westview Country
( the night of the formal dinner dance It was in honor of the
1 ders. which is ju-t as good an excuse for a party as anything else.
1 >*as a whole table of founder- among them Mr. and Mrs Sidney
Mi -r Mr. and Mrs Harold Landfield. Mr and Mrs. Arthur Ungar.
and Mrs Robert '/. Greene, Mr and Mrs E E. Bloom. Mr and
Leonard Abess, and Mrs. Hal Pelton. At Dr. and Mrs. Lester A.
i -ir.'- table were liabbi ar.d Mr- Morris Gratz. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
rs, and Mr. and Mrs Murray Ko-enthal Helene Rosenthal. her
! gown lovely with her blende hair, sang and pla>ed the piano.
enjoying the intimate atmosphere of the party were Mr. and Mrs.
' ogen, Mr and Mrs, Harold Aaronsohn, and Mr. and Mrs. Max
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f-EY SHOWED OFF THEIR NEW HOUSE
I/onard and Diane Treister had a party the other night, the first
if series TV-ir new bouse designed by Leonard- brother, Kenneth,
'.st unusual a two-Story affair built a" angle-, with balconie- in
t: :\ ar.d back. After the buffet dinner, there were all kind> of music
<-. Stanle\ Brodsk) won 'h' prize for a Mexican hat dance, and
< ilyn 'Mrs. Donald) Barmack won a prize for the Twist. Among
ts were Neil and Barbara Schiff .lerrv and Rita Cohen, Alan and
I '- Marcus, and Bob and Pat Koeppel The most daring stayed up
u' four o'clock and had scrambled e|
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Deane 'Mrs Edwardi Eisenberg, looking lovely in a shaded pink
' on with m&tching pink shoes and jewelry, greeted her guests for
1 neon at the Deauville hotel. Among guests seated at the long table
eautifully flowered in blue and yellow were Marilyn (Mrs. Harry 1
.'- h, Valerie 'Mrs Buddy) Hart. Jewel (Mrs. Gerardi Schainuck.
G 1a (Mrs. Howard) Scharlin. and Cecily (Mrs. Gerald) Katcher. Nat-
Mr- Melvini Frumkes. Francine 'Mrs. Donald) Rose, Elbe 'Mrs
M .on Singer) and Ellen 'Mrs. Sam, jr.) Luby were all on time for
ti d'oeuvres. After lunch, at about threeish. coffee and French
ry were served Among participant- were Barbara 'Mrs. Robert)
Beverly 'Mrs Howard) Gordon. Mrs. Maurice Rose. Mrs. Abe
81 12 and Mrs Alan Savitz.
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0*E IF BY LAND TWO IF BY SEA
Irving and Shirley Miller needed two lanterns. They went by sea
' sea really was Indian Creekin their boat to Burt and Jackie
s party so that they wouldn't have to buck the traffic. It didn't
I them one bit longer. Jackie greeted her guests in a pink red
incd dress to match the color scheme of the party, which was out
he terrace facing Indian Creek. Tables with pink and red urn-
ias and a 'inkling fountain tanked with pink azclias were mest
rative. Jackie and Burt wanted their guests. Arthur and Helen
) from New York, to meet their Miami friends. (The Foxes are the
< -tier House of Seymour Fox.) Among guests were Harold and Joyce
} dland. Jimmy and Ruth Cohen, Sidney and Muriel Rudolph, Jack
Norma Gaines, Ed and Byrdie Dennison, Stanley and Joni Tate,
; in and Sunny Harris, and Stanley and Beverly Levitch.
Israel Romance
Leads to Rites
a romance which began last
summer in Israel, culminated in
the marriagi (Mr- Martha /.ick
larold Edelstein on Thursday
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Rabbi Tiber H Stern performed
which wa-, held in
M Beach home of the
i. Irvin Neham.
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The Departme I
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members ar.d families
eligil to join in the weekend
activities and business meetings.
f-cording to Henry Norton, state
commander.
blights of the convention will
be the Friday night service con-
ducted by the national deputy chap-
lain. Cantor Emanuel Mandel,
assisted by the Dade Heights Jew-
i=h Congregation choir The Sat-
urda) night banquet will feature a
well known comedian.
Many important issues will be
discussed at the Sunday conclave.
At II a.m on Sunday, special mem-
orial services will be held to honor
departed veterans. The convention
will close after the election of of-
ficers Sunday afternoon.
Newly-approved low cost burial
pian is now available to paid-up
members. The Beyer Funeral
Home has been designated as oi-
' ficial Department of Florida. JWV,
Funeral Home.
Sunday.
Menorch USY Will
Honor Mothers
ring a year of \outh activ-
- in Tei irah. l'nited
V itfa II hold a
it combining installa-
officers and a tribute
eri on Day this

Temple chapel.
ed in morning
bi Mayer Abramo-
ot the service is
taken from the Book of Proverbs.
chapter 31: "A woman of valor is
n. children rise up and
call her blessed."
Following the service, a special
breakfast prepared by the Temple
Menorah Sisterhood will be served
the youngsters and their mothers.
During the breakfast. Barbara Se-
;al and Michael Lisinsky will pay
special tribnte to all mothers as
they are presented with a souvenir
token of the occasion.
Cof. Dunbaugh to Talk
Col. Frank Dunbauzh irill .
Iran at a L'nited Nation- -
troup meeting Tuesdaj ever.11 ;
Washington Federal Saving:
Lan Assn. Mrs. Anna We.--
chairman of the sroup.
Annual Donor Dinner
I R Goodman group of Ha
.' ill si: nal i :. r
at the Sorrento hotel Satur
p.m. Program will mi
guest speakers and entert.. :
Mrs. Moses Will
Accept Gavel
Menorah chapter. B'nai B'rith
Women, will hold its annual instal-
lation on Tuesday noon at the Al-
giers hotel.
Installing officer will be Mrs
Esther Lerman, president of the
Miami Beach Council. New offi-
cers are Mrs. Solomon Moses,
president: Mrs. Lillian Fink. Mrs.
Bertha Woskoff, and Mrs. Geral-
dine Kunken. vice presidents; Mrs.
Harry Goldstein, corresponding
secretary.
Chairman of the day is Mrs. Wil-
liam J. Morris. In charge of tic-
kets are Mrs. Mildred Freeman
and Mrs. Samuel Tannenbaum.
Beth Shiran Will
Mark Founding
Temple Beth Shirah will mark
its ffirst anniversary and the ded-
ication of the founders plaque for
the first 150 families to join the
new congregation with a Founders
dinner.
To be held Saturday. May 26. at
the Di Lido hotel, the testimonial
will also elebrate the 25th anniver-
sary in the Florida rabbinate of
Rabbi Morris Skop. as well as the
silver wedding anniversary of Rab-
bi and Mrs. Skop.
Cantor Herman Gottlieb will
present a musical tribute with
Mrs. Milton Conrad, soloist.
Chairman of the dinner is Lee
Aerenson.
News Analyst
To be Specker
Hendrik J. Berns. news anah-
end editor of the Miami News.
be guest speaker Wednesday even-
ing. May 16. at Dade Heights Jew
ish Congregation for the Biscayne
chapter. American Jewish Con
grass.
Winner in 1958 of the Nation.';
Conference of Christians and Jews
Brotherhood Award, Berns Will dis-
cuss "Blunder from the Right.'
Berns is heard daily on WGBS
at 930 a.m.
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fHE Vmerican Friends of He-
I University sponsored a
celebi a m of Israel's
nniversary with a buffet
, nd dance aboard the MS
. Liner on Saturday ui^ht.
: length gown of oriental
pas the choice cf Mrs.
r Dorlch for tiic black tie
High-necked and sleeve-
-I gown was lil almost to
.. .uhI was of magnificent
silver lame embroider
Ck Silk crepe. Mrs.
siieldoi Dobkin wore a short tor-
chantilly lace Her strap-
dice was tightly fitted over
ffant skirl Muted ice
satin was her choice for
bund ar.d shoes. Mrs.
Parker wore heavy Mack
..tin with a bell-shaped silhou-
The bodice was slash
, lit across with narrow
rolled lingerie type straps. Her
matching stole was lined with
white slipper satin and trimmed
with a Cringe of jet headings
Mrs Irving Miller's gown was
a floor-length Italian import. Her
emerald green bodice was <>f silk
organza with a modified, draped
cowl neckline. Her skirt was of
tiers of multi-colored silk.
AN unusual gold Straw lame
" suit was worn by Mrs. Jack
Rifkin. classic tailoring con-
trasted with the elegant fabric.
Her jacket featured the peak col-
lar and pockets low on the hips.
Mrs. Jacob Fishman selected a
black silk moss crepe with a
SCOOP neckline. A modified drape
on one side of the waist was
caught with a large rhinestone
pin. Orchid colored peau de soie
was the choice of Mrs. Joseph
Ash. Her figure-molding sheath
featured a bodice of alencon lace
appliques over illusion. The lace
Was reembroidered with small
seed pearls. Mrs. Faye Tupler
chose champagne-colored peau
de soie with a flared skirt and
inserts of illusion and chantilly
lace.
Mrs Kate Meidenberg wore a
gold silk satin theatre ensemble.
At the same table, Mrs. Jeannie
Cohen chose black alencon lace
over champagne satin. Mrs.
Henry Dubbin selected a striking
ensemble of gold lame and red.
Her li.Liure molding sheath was
covered by a Cull-length coat
which had no collar but one over-
sized covered button at the neck-
line, Her three-quarter length
sleeves were trimmed with deep
cud's of ranch mink. Mrs Joseph
DuntOV wire a royal blue silk
brocade ensemble featuring a
seven-eighths length coat.
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers
wore biack silk chiffon. Her bod-
ice was softly draped, as was her
skirt. A self-fabric cummer-
bund defined the waistline. Miss
Jeannette Prisament also chose
black silk chiffon. Her sheath
gown was of sheer chiffon over
alencon lace. Navy blue silk
crepe was worn by Mrs. Sidney
Ansin. Her gathered skirt was
topped with a scoop neckline bod-
ice which was softly draped. Silk
chiffon, brilliantly printed in pink
and amber, was the choice of
Mrs. George Israel.
Mrs. Bernard Stevens, past president of the Women's Commit-
tee of Jewish Family and Children's Service, is shown with !
Harold Tannen, Agency president, Mrs. Irving H. Fell, new
oresident of the Women's Committee, and Leon Fisher, exec-
utive director of JFCS. Mrs. Fell was installed at a luncheon :
at the Dupont Plaza hotel last week._____ _________ ^
Mrs. Jack S. Popick looks on as Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff cuts
the huge cake symbolizing Israel's 14th birthday during the
Independence Day celebration aboard the MS Calypso Liner
last Saturday night. Mrs. Simonhoff is president of the spon-
soring Greater Miami Women's Division of the Amencan
Friends of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and Mrs. Pop-
:ck is vice president. More than 200 communal leaders braved
the wet and windy weather for the four-hour cruise._________
ryVIDING her time between
" Pittsburgh. Pa., and Miami.
Mrs. Alex Robinson selected a
beige chiffon sheath with match-
ing colored alencon lace bodice.
Red chiffon with a ruffled neck-
line was the choice of Mrs. Al
Lev, Mrs. Joseph Levine wore
a short formal of sapphire blue
silk with a fitted bodice, the con-
trolled fullness in her skirt
achieved by intricate draping.
Mrs. Joseph Epstein was in a
blue and violet silk floral print.
The print was detailed with frost-
ed iridescent violet sequins.
White was the choice of Mrs. A.
Max. Her full chiffon skirt was
topped with a bodice of moy-
gashel linen, embroidered with
silverlined bugle beads and se-
quins.
Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff. chair-
man of the Greater Miami Wom-
en's Division of the American
Friends of the Hebrew Univer-
sity, chose a two-piece black
satin suitdress featuring the
tunic effect and a magnificent
jet black bead-d sweater.
Chairman ol the gifts commit-
tee. Mrs. Jack Popick. whose
husband is president of the South
Florida Friends, wore a tanger-
ine-colored sheath with varicolor-
ed beaded bodice and a large
back bow.
Moves to New Quarters
Alney Letter and Printing Serv-
ice has moved to new and larger
quarters at 7299 NW 2nd ave..
where it will occupy 2.500 sq. ft..
according to Milton Balsam, own-
er. Balsam said that -increased
business made it necessary to ac-
quire the additional space."
Kfar Silver
Gets Proceeds
Young Adult Friends ol Israel
are planning an Israel anniversary
concert dedicated to the celebration
of the 14th anniversary of the Jew-
ish state. Event will he held Tues-
day evening. May 15. in the air-
conditioned auditorium Of Miami,
Beach High School.
Stuart Miller, president, has ap-
: pointed Martin Cohen and Charles
Bloom chairmen of the function.
;-nd Ed Landy and Bloom are in
charge of tickets.
The program will include a spec-
i ial cantata by a 40-voice choral
group. Israeli, Hebrew and classi-
, cal selections, a special Israel dance
program, and accordion music by
Ami Gilad, who appeared here re-
cently with the Sabra dancers.
Entire proceeds from the con-
; cert will go to the scholarship tund
! of the Kfar Silver Agricultural
1 Training School in Israel.
Fla. Bar Again
Taps Zukernick
Harry Zukernick. attorney of
Miami' Beach, has begun a new
term as a member of the boari
of governors of the Florida Bar
Zubernick rejoins W. 0. Mehrtens
and William P. Simmons, jr.. aa
numbers of the board.
The Miami Beach attorney was
reelected at the Bar- 12th annual
convention Apr. 26 to 28 at the
Diplomat hotel.
Reginald L Williams. Miami at-
torney, took office a- president.
Chiel Jus!ice B. K. Holier'- ll the
Florida Supreme Court, admi -
ed the oath of office to all incom-
ing officers.
Zukernick was first elected to
board membership in 1959. He and
Mehrtens will represent the law-
yers of Dade county
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One-Hour Valet Elects Officers, New Directors
Robert H. Bu.ch.off has been
ected president and chief execu-
tive officer of One-Hour Valet, Inc.,
publicly-owned, Miami-based dry
iltaning firm with some 90 stores
in cities throughout the eastern.
ist central and southern states.
Bischoff had been vice president
Slid treasurer since January. 19*>1.
Iter ;. number of years as con-
holler of Neway Uniform and Tow-
el Supply Co.. Miami.
Bischoff succeeds Sam J. Heiman.
ne of the co-founders of One-Hour
Valet, along with A E Lichten-
-uin. tormer chairman of the
hoard, Both have retired from ac-
tive management in the company.'
although they have retained sub-
stantial stock ownership, and Hei-
man continues as a member of the
board of directors.
Simultaneously with the elec-
tion of Bischoff as president, Ben
Weller, Isidore C. Weller, Theo-
dore R. Karp, and Harold S.
White were elected officers and
directors of One-Hour Valet, in-
creasing the number of directors
from 11 to 12.
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ing plant and former executive vice
president of one of the largest man-
ufacturers of dry cleaning equip-;
ment. was named vice president
and secretary, and will head the,
production, sales promotion and
quality control programs for the
company.
Isadore C. Weller. also elected
vice president, has been in the dry
cleaning field for over 15 years, and
currently operates a chain of dry
cleaning plants in North and South
Carolina. He will be responsible
for field supervision of the One-
Hour Valet stores in the Carohnas
and adjacent areas.
Named treasurer was Theodore
R Karp. active in the dry cleaning
business since 1948. who will handle
field supervision of the northern
stores Harold S. White, a practic-
ing attorney and treasurer of the
Commonwealth Finance Corpora-
tion of Massachusetts and an asso-
ciate of Karp's. has also been elect-
ed a vice president of One-Hour
Valet. Inc.
Other directors of One-Hour Valet
include Ellis G. Arnall. partner,
Arnall. Golden & Gregory, Atlanta,
and former Governor of Georgia;
Sam M. Fleming, president of Third
National Bank, Nashville, Tenn..
and currently president of the
American Banker's Assn.
Mother's Day
For Social Club
Miami Friendly Social Club will
have a Mother's Day celebration
! on Sunday. 2 p.m., at the Beth El
1 Social Hall. 500 SW 17th ave. Max
[ Garshag is president of the group.
Entertainment will be by the
Maryan Lorraine Studio. Refresh-
' mtnts will be served by Mrs. L.
Kelter. Mrs. J. Rovner. Mrs. I.
Silver, S. Sarkin. and Y. Shulman.

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* Jen 1st mhrSdHan
Page 11-B
AJCong. Elects
Rabbi Kronish
Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual
:.-.i er ol Tempi) Beth Sholom, has
been elected a national vice presi-
ill .in of the American Jewish Con-
cam < at the AJC na-
ventiorr in New
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!',(( i iers oi the national
u rnins coui i il il the American
.1. v) ir Jack n '' >r-
Mrs Alfred Mamlet, Bernard
Mandler. and Mr- David Muskat,
all i ih.
Carl Weinklc (second from left) discusses the State of Israel
dinner of tribute and 14th anniversary celebration with mem-
bers of his committee. From left eve Hairy Sirkin, Weinkle,
Fred Sommerstein and A. C. Fine. The dinner will be held on
May 27 at the Diplomat hotel under the auspices of the Israel
Bond Organization in tribute to Sam Blank, Samuel Fried-
land, Max Orovitz and Dan Ruskin.
Gen. Weiimsnrs to Take Part Here
In Bond Tribute to 'Miami Group'
One of Israel's greatest heroes,
Rrig. Gen. Ezer Weizmann. will
icine to Miami on Sunday. May 27,
to bring Israel's tribute to four
M unmans for their role in the
Stale's economic achievements.
Announcement that Gen. Weiz-
mann, Comander-in-Chicf of Israel's
Air Force, is coming to Miami to
join in honoring Sam Blank, Sam-
uel Friedland. Max Orovitz and Dan
Ruskin at the State of Israel din-
ner of tribute at the Diplomat
hotel was made by Leonard Rosen,
co-chairman of the event, at a din-
ner meeting of the members of the
committee at his home on Wednes-
day night. Dinner chairman is
Carl Weinkle.
Rosen pointed out that Gen.
Weizmann's attendance at the din-
ner indicated the significance and
esteem with which the members
of the Miami Group are held in
the State of Israel.
Held under the auspice- of the
(iieater Miami Israel Bond Organi-
zation, the dinner will climax the
i< mmunity's celebration of Israel's
] 'ih year of independence.
Scion of the late Chaim Weiz-
ir.ann, first president of the State
of Israel, Gen. Wetzmann is a
"Sabra," born in Tel Aviv 38 years
I co. Formerly Chief of Operations
of the Israel Air Force, he is one
Of Israel's foremost national heroes,
having distinguished himself in the
War of Liberation and previously
. a member of the RAF during
World War II.
"Hb.ilywosd Man
Gets New Honors
Ted .' Sunn, oi Hollywood, Fla.,
son oi Mrs. Ann:'. Sorin Bild, Miami.
as named worshipful senior grand
steward >: the Grand Lodge of
Masons of Florida at a Grand
Lodge meeting in Jacksonville re-
cently
A past district deputy grand mas-
iei of Masons and past master of
Broward Lodge 300. Sorin is a for-
mer Hollywood -Citizen of the
Year."
He holds an honorary life mem-
bership in Doric 140 Ft. Lauder-
dale; Seminole 30, Ft. Lauder-
dale; Deerfield Beach 325, Deer-
field Beach; and Pompano 263,
Pompano Beach.
One of Hollywood's honored civic
leaders. Sorin is a past president
cf the Hollywood Chamber of Com-
merce. In 1959. he was president
of the Hollywood Shrine Club and
headed the organization through
the construction of its new build-
iig.
A member of the Hollywood
Siirine Oriental band, he served as
the musical director for two years.
He also served as director of activ-
ities and Masonic relations with
District 6 of the Order of DeMolay.
Sorin heads his own insurance or-
ganization, which he founded in
Hollywood in 1944.
Jack D. Gordon (right!, president of Washinaton Federal Sav-
ings and Loan Assn., Miami Beach, receives the initial annual
Living Religion Award of the First Unitarian Church of Miami
from Rev. Robert W. Sonen, minister of the church. The picicue
was awarded to Gordon for "his supper! of the prinop.e of
the free mind." ____,
Child's Tag Day For Mizrachi
Monday. May 14. has been desig-
nated as Mizrachi Women's Organi-
zation Child's Tag Day.
Mrs F.mma Rattner has been ap-
pointed chairman of Child's Tag
Day by Mrs. Israel Teitch. presi-
dent of Hatikvah chapter. Co-
chairman, representing the Miami
Beach chapter, is Mrs. Sarah Sil-
verstein.
Just one of the many projects in
Israel of the Mizrachi Women's Or-
ganization of America is the Bessie
Gotsfeld Children's Village and
Farm School (Kfar Batya) at Ra-
i anana. This is a complete model
| community in which some 350 chil-
', dred stemming from 25 countries
live. work, study and play.
Extensive vocational worksbapi
provide training in industrial trades,
and farmlands are an outdoor
classroom tor all branches ol agri-
culture. The village is an accred-
ited agricultural high school by the
Israel Government.
Kfar Batya houses children from
ilx ages ol 7 to 17. and provides
academic and religious, as well as
vocational schuoling.
Mizrachi Women's Organization
of America maintains and supports
many such schools and homes
throughout Israel and local chap-
ters in thi> area report a steady
increase in membership, according
to Mrs. Alfred Stone, coordinator
for Florida.
BRIG. GEN. WEIZMANN
Following his service as a fight-
er pilot with the British Air Force,
in which he saw action in North
Africa, he returned to Palestine In
1947 and helped bu.ld an air force
lor the Haganah, the Jewish De-
fense Army.
In 1951. he went to England for
studies at the RAF Staff College
for a year, returning home to set
up the first stall and command
course of the Israel Air Force,
which he commanded for 18
months.
MY
HEARTFELT
THANKS
fo the people of District 5
for their loyalty
and support.
As Part Oi A Continuing. Service Jo The Community
Washington Federal Joins With
The National Cour.cil Of Senior Citizens
For Health Care Through Social Security
To Present Another
WASHINGTON FEDERAL
CIVIC FORUM

I pledge my continuing efforts toward
progressive planning for the benefit of Dis-
trict 5 and all Dade County.
ALEX GORDON
SEE and HEAR
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SUNDAY, MAY 20. 7:30 P.M.
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>Jeistfkrkn'*r
Friday, May U, 1952
f/ecf/c/? Day Sees Upset, Comeback, Runoffs Set
A long asd c-!mpjci:J ballot.
.-lighted fc> hpuiiI beavily-eon-
te*t*d areas. oee C.rcun C:n up-
ir*i palHiral eonefaacfc m:t
Elect.oc L)i; lit Dade c
7"jeidar
The bea-. .'!v->rte*.ed rsc
ehided '.-. mc Dttrtel IhrUj
UOMC of Kr;r<--'--:;";-.< o*-.-e*r
Darid Eldredge and DaaU Fi
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The Circuit Court upset was in
G'Ovp 4 where, incumbent Judge
Ph.;i,p Goldman, heavily sup-
ported here by the Oade County
Bar Assn., was defeated when
Caty of Miami Vice Mayor Henry
Balaben garnered 7,54 tal'ies to
Ve Judge Goldman's seat. The
lc:*r scored 54.111.
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to Com-
and
En r, 2,901
smathers in a quiet campaign
U S. Sen-
i- r easily bested his opponents
r ..-. bide county and through-
cut Florida. Of 2.000 precincts
:.- reporting at press t.me.
Sen Smathers had 531.119 votes.
}:'.- opponents included Roger L.
Davis, Ft Lauderdale attorney.
7' '.'At, and Douglas R. Voorhees. of
Miami Shores. 33.977 In Dade
county, Sea. Smathers' final tally
i? !22.119 over 7,110 for Voorhees
and 18.014 for Davis.
In contests for Florida Legisla-
trre, incumbent George Hollahan
< ssily beat Samuel Blair in Group
I, 93.034 to 19,989. In Group 2 it
Earl Faircloth, 72.760. over Lee
Weissenborn, 35,508. Group 3 saw
unbent Cany Mathews defeat
Harry Levy by B4.336 to 23.913.
In other Circuit Court races,
Metro Commissioner Harold Spaet
was defeated by Judge William
A. Meadows, 18,711 to 39,793 in
Group 2. A three-way race in
Grcup 5 found incumbent Judge
Ralph O. Culien the victor with
54,842 to Senior Metro Judge Jack
M. Turner's 33,278 and 27,570 for
Max Kogen, a former Assistant
State Attorney. There will be a
runoff in this race on May 29.
In Group 3, Civil Court, Judge J.
Gwyn Parker, 53,364, defeated Dav-
id M. Turner 42.421 In Criminal
Ccurt, Group I, it Mas incumbent
Judge Gene Williams. 40,305, to .Jim
Rainwater's 45.196.
In Group 2. Criminal Court.
Judge Jack A. Falk defeated Paul
Baker by 52.394 to 35.790.
In the County Commission races,
District 1. it was Robert Brake.
9.434, second spot, Mrs. Mary Ann
MacKenzie, 3.303; and also-rans,
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District 4 will have a runoff on
Wjy N between incumbent Com-
missioner Walter Weiss, 4,475;
Celebration He!d
For Beech Youth
b. son
'.ami
ha- occupied pulpit.-.
:.d the Unit- i
j
Guests inclu led veral ra!:
from the Hebrew Academy, where
a student: Can" r Sol
Rashin, who conducted the Pass-
over services at the hotel; Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Schwartz, co-manager of
the hotel; and all the guests of the
hotel. Mr. and Mrs. M Polishuck,
close friends of the Ai-enstadts,
came from Dallas, Tex., for the oc-
casion.
and Hufhlan Long, 3.47t. Other$
in this race were K. D. Castle-
berry, 3,470; and Wade Thomp-
son, 1,391.
In District 5. Metro Commission-
er Alex Gordon defeated his chal-
Miami Beac.i Vice Mayor
in Englander, 6.505. to Gor-
lot 5 7.104
; District, it
Dt Arthur Pat-
670; to James W. High's 12,-
:*-:2 Others were Branch Paxton,
Walt) r Ruck;. 1.377.
: the Peace
I i : net 5. Jason B< rl
jmbenl li : ated Joseph Malek,
1.999 1 "
races. Dis
tl.il i
George O. Harris. 33.886; and Jos-
eph S. Paglino. 10,429.
District 2: Incumbent Helene J.
Yosloh. an easy victor. 56,789, over
John J. Quinn. 38.240.
District 3: A six-man race, with
incumbent Eunice P. Anderson,
3e,06S; Holmes Braddock, 25,5*6;
David Hume, 18,807; Arthur G.
Phillips, 13,937; Harry W. Spisak,
7,705; and Carl L. Libby, 2,400.
In the race for Constable. Dis-
tr.ct 1. John w Gilbert. 10.594.
faces a runoff with Marvin "Red
,-tma', 8.849. In District 2.
3.951. will face Ernest
C. Allen. 3,167, in the May 29 run-
::
For Navigation Commissioner.
Stanley Goldberg appeared av 0u
in front with 29.600 to lead hi, n "'
; est opponent. Harvey H BaUr"
18440.
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VIEW OF THE NEW DORAL CLUB OF MIAMI
Many telegrams and messages of n 1 11 rf n -J.-a
tood wishes were received, among Leading DUllCier HOlSUm fMCtl President
them one from Rabbi and Mrs Ben-
jamin Shandalov, of Kansas City Behind DOTOl Clllb
Kiddush and luncheon were un-
oer the personal supervision of
Jack Schwarz.
Rosen to Get
UAHC Award
Leonard Rosen, chairman (if the
board of directors of the Hebrew
idemy of Miami Beach, will re-
ceive the 1962 president's award
(I the Union of Orthodox Jewish
Congregations o| America at a din-
ner to be held Sunday at the Hotel
Pierre in New York City.
Announcement of the award was
made by Moses I. Feuerstein. na-
tional president of the organiza-
tion, and will be given to the Jew-
ish leader who has performed "out-
standing service to his congrega-
tion and his community during the
year."
Active in both local and national
philanthropic causes. Rosen is
chairman of Miami's Over-the-Top
drive of the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal He is also a member of the
Ixiard of directors of Beth Jacob
Congregation in Baltimore. Md.,
v.here he formerlv resided.
Alfred L. Kaskel. builder, owner
and president of the new multi-
million dollar Doral Country Club
c! Miami, came to the United
States 40 years ago from his par-
ents' tenant farm in Poland to rise
rapidly to the position of national-
ly-known builder and land deve.'-
oper.
Today he is one of the nation's
leading builders of hotels, com-
mercial buildings, apartments
and shopping centers, and recent-
ly his Carol Management Corpor-
ation announced a new 5200,000,-
000 three-year building program.
Carol Management Corporation is
om of the largest owner-operators
of real estate in New York. Pri-
marily concerned with multiple
housing, Carol is estimated to have
in excess of 12.000 tenants in its
buildings in the Metropolitan area.
Its projects range from low-middle
class to exclusive cooperative
structures. Most of its past build-
ing has been in the Forest Hills
Kew Gardens area.
From the war-torn areas of Pol-
and where he was born. Kaskel
brought his three brothers and a
Bister to the United States, raising
them to become American citizens.
The builder developer received
Robert E. Olivers was elected
president of Holsum Bakers, of
Fuchs Baking Co.. at a recent
board of directors meeting of the
company. Announcement was made
by George If. Wilson, chairman
of the board. Olivers "ill fill th<'
vacancy caused by the recent
death of Luther L. Chandler. Oli-
vers recently celebrated his 25th
year w.th the bakery. He pre-
viously held the post of vice pres
ideill a: :.' ral D ..:
Accident Group
Elects Officers
Announced this week were of-
f (era of the Greater Miami Acci-
dent and Health Assn.
John P. Tottenhoff is prc'ident
for the year 1962-63. Harry Levy
is chairman of the board.
Others elected were Leon Spitzcr.
first vice president; Jan Jacoby.
second vice president; and Louise
King, secretary-treasurer.
the award of the Queens Chamber
of Commerce for excellent apart-
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Friday. May 11. 1962
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As a gift to subicribers, The Jewish Floridian will present free
for the asking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah.
Requests should be addressed to "Corsage for You," P.O. Box
2973, Miami I, Fla., one month in advance. Include the name
ot the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and place of the ceremony,
home address and telephone number. The corsage will be
forwarded-to i for the occasion.
Sandor Genet
Eli Mizrahi
Lawrence Katien
Tin Bar Mitzvah of Lawrence,
p of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Katzen,
ill be celebrated Saturday morn-
ig, May 12, at Temple Emanu-EI.
ih Dr. Irving Lehrman officiat-
\ seventh grade student at Nau-
- Junior High. Lawrence is a
ember of the school band and
. iler of his own dance band. He
a member of the Junior Red
iss, a mathematics honor stu-
nt, and a golfer.
A reception in his honor will fol-
low the ceremony.
*
Eric Gerson
Eric, son of Mrs. Therese Gar-
son, of Miami Beach, and Ben Gar-
son, of Montreal, will be Bar Mitz-
vah during services Saturday niorn-
Ing, May 12. at Temple Ncr Tainid.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz will offic-
iate.
A student of the Temple's religious
school, the celebrant attends Lear
School.
StYMOVK irSON
No. Shore Lodge
Gavel to Tyson
Seymour Tyson, vice president of
lashington Federal Savings and
: an Assn.. Will be installed presi-
dent of the North Shore Lodge,
B'nai B'rith.
Installation banquet is scheduled
f ir Sunday, 6:30 p.m at the Al-
era hotel.
Tyson is known for his civic and
charitable endeavors in various
Jewish affairs.
No. Dade Youth
Takes Fourth Spot
In National Quiz
Roberl Belmaker, sun ot Mr. and
Mrs. Maurice Belmaker. of 740 NE
i78th st., placed fourth in the Ra-
tional Bible Contest held last week-
end m New York City under the
auspices of the National Bible \
Examinations Committee.
Belmaker won the regional con-
test held here in Miami at the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education, and com-
peted against 40 teen-agers from!
ail over the United States in writ-
ten and oral examinations covering
the Books of Exodus, Jeremiah, and
Esther.
Belmaker missed but a single
written examination, and all sess-
ions were held in Hebrew.
Belmaker attends North Miami
Senior High School and the Hebrew
High School class held at Beth
Torah Congregation by the Bureau
of Jewish Education.
Previous winners in Miami in-
clude Jessica Hurwitz. who partici-
pated in the national finals for two
years running, and Jonathan Sham-
res, who was first in Miami in
1960.
A reception in his honor will fol-
low services.

Sandor Genet
Rabbi 11. Louis Rottman will of-
ficiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Sand-
or, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin
Genet, on Saturday morning. May
12. at Beth Israel Congregation.
A seventh grade student at He-
brew Academy, the celebrant is a
member of the Optimist Football
League.
His parents will host the Kid-
(lush and a reception Saturday
evening at the neu Hebrew Acad-
emy in honor of the Bar .Mitzvah.
*
Zavie Newmark
Temple Zion will be the site of
the Bar Mitzvah of Zavie, son ol
Morns Newmark and the late Alice
Newmark, on Saturday morning,
May 12. Rabbi Alfred Waxman
will officiate.
Zavie is a seventh grade student
at Riviera Junior High and was
awarded a letter in physical educa-
tion. He will continue his studies
in the Temple confirmation class.
A Kiddush in his honor will fol-
low services.
Eli Mizrahi
Dr Irving Lehrman will officiate
at the Bar Mitzvah of Eli Morns,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Mizrahi,
during services Saturday morning,
May 12. at Temple Emanu-EI.
A seventh grade honor student at
Ida M. Fisher Junior High, Eli is
treasurer of the Student Council
Mid plays saxophone in the school
band.
He has received the Optimist
citizenship award, the Elks demo-
cracy medal, and was the winner
of the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion book review contest. He plac-
cd second in the school's Science
. Fair, is a member of the National
' Junior Honor Society, and serves
1 as president of the club sponsored
by the YMHA.
His parents will honor the cele-
l.rant at the Kiddush following the
ceremony and at a reception Sun-
day noon in the Cotillon room of
the Di Lido hotel.
Matthew Cohen
Saturday morning services. May
j 12. at Congregation Yehudah Moshe
will include the Bar Mitzvah ot
I Matthew Cohen. Rabbi Sheldon
Steinmetz will officiate and Henry
Gilbert, president, will present a
Bible to the celebrant.
Parents of the Bar Mitzvah are
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley L. Cohen. Mr.
Cohen is a past president of the
congregation, and his wife served
as secretary of the board of direc-
tors.
Matthew is a student at North
Miami Beach Junior High and has
attended Popiel religious school for
the past five years.
The Cohen family will host the
| Gneg Shabbat on Friday evening
! and the Kiddush following the cere-
mony on Saturday.
# *
Alan Hilton
Alan Joseph, son of Mr. and Mrs.
James Hilton, will become Bar
Mitzvah at Beth David Congrega-
I .on on Saturday morning. May 12.
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will of-
1 ficiate,
A seventh grade student at
Shenandoah Junior High, the cele-
.I studies the accordion, and
plays football and baseball.
In honor of his Bar Mitzvah, Mr.
Mrs. Hilton will sponsor the
Oneg Shabbat on Friday night and
the Kiddush on Saturday morning.
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Hialeah Reform Jewish Congre-
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Friday evening services at the con-
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595 \V 68th St., Hialeah.
The building was in need of many
repairs, according to the congre-
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dee i a heari warming sight I i see
from : to 70 laboring side
:.' with h immer, sav. and
paint brush to make this h >me one
it; winch we can be proud to wor-
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Miami Auxiliary oi the Jewish
Home for the Aged will hold an
installation I ini neon on Thursday.
May 17. at \~:m p.m.. al Douglas
Gardens, 151 NE 52nd sl
Mrs. Gladys Dinitz M trgerstern
will be installed for a second term
as president.
Maurice Pearlstein, executive di-
rector of the Home, will be install-
ing oi'iici rs
Musical pr i pram will follow.
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Pearly Gait
by Hal Pearl
.--: Meyei '.. Cherkas : i -r. engraved plaque to Emii
Morton, of Morton 7. I a mealing of the 1EC3 Men's Club
-.e:e.
Plaque Cites Towers Builder
At a gathem
ISOO Men's
M T EmU Morton
:
rtment I recehed a pla-
f ; pre< iation i prise
The message engraved on rhe
plague cited Morton "for the
wonderful cooperation given to
ne 1500 Men's Club, and for his
vision and genius in constructing
'"le magnificent Morton Towers
building."
Presentation was made on be-
: of th<- tenants b> Judge Meyei
L Cherkas. recently reelected
i iidenl of the 1500 Men's Club
missioner Alex Gor
n .1 u peakei and Judge
Frederii B is tailed the new
slate ol fici Ceoi .
seneral maaager of Morton Tow
I oni I ; i. ir.\ HimI
'4rcup of guests The event was
-.eid in th il Mor-
on Towers, 15th st ami Biscayne
Bay
Cardiac Board
Appoints Two
The election of Henry Dreyfus
and Mortimer Peldman to the
board <>f governors of National
Children's Cardiac Hospital has
been announced by Leo Robinson.
president of the free, non-sectarian
hi spital devoted to young heart pat-
ient.-.
Both men have lerved the hos-
pital as associate board members.
Dp .f i- the son of the late
Milton U Dreyfus, nr.st vice pres-
ident until his death earlier this
and Feldman is the son ol
rd member Irving Feld-
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Oldest of all the sage spectaculars -s th* Carillon's Lou Walters'
proc'-jctions. Latest version, "Scandales ce Paree." is siated tor an
indefinite run.
s present I P
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Barry Ashl tat Arnaut
ti
ns and mipi f bird calls I
a look layne Mansfii star ol : .< revue
featured V'espia Brother-, probably the best singing
here this j ear.
* + t
BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: Alan Sherr, rapidly increasing his
prestige as producer cf successful concerts here, presents the wonder-
ful Kingston Trio at the Miami Beach Convention Hall tomorrow. Still
quite a few choice sea'..- available. The Kingston Trio have broken
records wherever they have appeared and should do capacity business
at the Convention Hall Remember Judy Garland's appearance here
back in December when the not squad had to be on hand to hold the
giant crowd in check? That was Sherr s first concert sponsorship.
Two fine musical organizations offer versatility and excellent
musicianship at Harrys American Bar at the Eden Roc Billy Maxted
and his Manhattan Jazz Band swing part of the time, and Luis Yarona's
orchestra offer danceablt Latin rhythms the rest of the evening. Max
ted is fur a limited engagement, so suggest you get over to Harry s
.i- soon as possible if you don't want to miss that great group uf musi-
cians in action.
Another swinging spot for the dance elite is the Boom Boom
room of the Fontainebleau, which is featured regularly in the week-
ly TV show, "Surfside 6." Holding forth for the dance devotees are
Chero and Del Prado orchestra and the Frank Natale Trio.
Freddie Crane Quartet, featuring Mary Fassett, is featured nightly
^rom 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. at the Roney Plaza. Before or after your dance
isession there suggest a snack at the delightful new Cafe Jardin Suisse.
Many are making this bright new indoor and outdoor cafe a "must
stop" on the way home from the movie or a concert.
* *
MOVIE TIME: Don' know at press time whether "Onl> Two Can
Play is holding over another week at the Mayfair or Sunset, but
wherever this comedy i- booked next, make sure you see n Peter
Sellers and an excellent cast bust your buttons with the most hilarious
situations I've seen on screen in years The spue of sex is sprinkled
liberally throughout the story, but never in an offensive mam
Last Year ai Marienbad" is quite a revelation in plot, phol
raphy and dialogue Director Alan Resnais practical!) leaves the
movie up to you for interpretation Some will say il doesn't make
head or tail, but whatever your opinion, you'll :.iik ..bout th:- off-beat
ie l r a long long time to come
Rosalind Russell, Jack Hawkins, Maximilian Schell and Richard
Beymer are the strong cast in Five Finger Exercise," now at the
Carib, Miami, Miracle and 163rd St. Theatres. Schell, the Acad'my
Award winner, plays a tutor, whose affection for this family also
verges on a dalliance with the mother, played by Rosalind Russell.
Each member, mother, father and son, has a proolem, climaxed by
the affair.
Still going strong Is "Jud i Nuremberg." revealing the
highly dramatic role that garnered the Schell, who plays the
part of the defense attorney for the ac< V ; movie
is showing at the Lincoln Theatre.
* *
SPORTS SCENE: Ben Kallen, er of the An Mock
Exchange, knows his golf as well as h< market quotations. He
ed out Milt Levy for the Seniors Championship at Bayshi i
of th,- most exciting matches seen there in quite some time.
Doctors' v.iv,-s heeding their hubbies' advice ai in for the
relaxation and healthful enjoyment of golf in a big way are Mrs Max-
well Sayet, Mrs Julian Rickles, Mrs David Nathan and Mrs Nelson
Zivitz.
Taking advantage of the lack of crowds on the municipal courses
on the Beach the past few wick have been Mrs. Milton Levy, Mrs
Harry Relkm. Mrs. Stan Raskin. Mrs Peggy luikel. and Mrs. Orrie
Boland.
Hotelmen Ben Kline and Sa I Cohen long with spa owner Saul
Cohen (no relation) have been Bayshore regulars the past few weeks,
with their wives Also on the scene there, the Sid (stock broker)
Feuers, Dr. and Mrs Don Michnoff, Dr S'orman Russ, Bill Segal, of
ohoto develoi e, and Pink> Drabin. of the Eden Roc staff Also
finding more time tor his favorite sport is night club tour director
Mill Biber.
* *
restaurant ROW: Among recent diners al popular Tony's Fish
Markel have been attorney Shirley Woolf, whose clients include Belle
Barth and Martha Rave: Mr. and Mrs. Benny (songwriter) Davis; and
the Julius Kasdins, drug store tycoon.
If you've been to King Arthur's Court, we don't have to expend
adjectives as to its relative merits. But have you visited the only
Japanese Steak House in America, located at the same site, Miami
Springs Villas? It's really different and delicious. Make sure you
make reservations, as seating is limited.
one of the better spots to cater your party is the Rathskeller, lo-
cated ai the Congress Airport Inn on LeJeune rd.
Businessmen head for the Rosedale on 5th st.. in Miami, for home-
L'OOked snacks and luncheon favorites Variety of tasty catered dishes
to take-out, or order for the home Delivery service is tops.
Rapidly gaining favor as one ol the favorite -pots for family dining.
especially on Friday night, is the Morton Towers restaurant.
Schiff in Second
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Friday. May 11. 1962
* knict Ffririiclliirhtf
Poge 15-B
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Children of Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center pre-
school participate in recent model Soder and Passover pro-
grcm. Left to riglit are Pennie Krystal. Sammi Lee Siegel, Kip-
pie Hechtman, Lynn Miller. Billie Whiteman. The school,
located at 50 NW 51st pi., is registering pupils ioi .'.ie 1962-63
school year starting May 7. Classes are available for chil-
dren between the ages of 3 and 5 for nursery, junior kinder-
garten, and readiness for first grade.
Ehiel Lesowoder Passes Away
Ehiel Lesowoder. honorary pres-
ident of the Israel Histadrut Com-
mittee of Great Miami, died Apr.
He came here 17 years ago
from Detroit. Mich and lived at
f217 Abbott arc. Surfsde. Hi .is
rtner associate in I Fi i kel-
- ider Inveitm 11 Corp Mi-
i i Beach, an.! was ., 'tor
land develoi i ul the
i d( Klorala.
\!r i esowoder was an .
r Zionist, pn i the
i [i stHuti here
the board i f the B
i and Com
Appeal
Votive in the l< cal Hi tadi '
mmittee for the pa I 10 yi
i served as its six
ars and last is made
morary president.
Surviv g are two sisl
Vnna Cornfield and Mrs Sarah
Kornfield.
Services wer< May l in River-
side Memorial Chapel. N irma
Isle, with burial in the farband
\U morial Park.
Mizrachi Marks
Independence Day
Somi 3 0 pei attended the
Hth anniversary ol Israel's inrte-
pendence celebration Sunday night
at Flamingo Park under the au-
spices (it th( Rel gious Zionist Or-
ganization of America.
Greetings w ere exten led by Rab-
bi Solomon Sch'ff, oi Beth El Con-
ijregation, Vice Mayor Malvin En-
1. ider, of Miami Beach, and Rabbi
!i Rackovsky, "f Beth Teftlah
Congregation.
Salute to the flag of the United
States and the Israeli flag was
led by Morris Krevat and Isa-
dore Kramer, with Cantor Maur-
ice Mamches chanting a prayer.
Principal speaker at the rally
was Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiritual
l.ader of Beth Jacob Congregation.
Rabbi Nathan Kohler was chair-
man of the program, and Rev. Jos-
eph Krantz. president, and Saul
li.ish.n. director of the local chap-
ter, were in charge of arrange-
ments. Joseph Malek sang
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NOTICE UNDER
F CTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY -'.IV N ': "
the i.mli rsigned. deslrlnn i.....gagi in
,',!,;.' a,..,.,- ihe Hctltlous name ol
i--|(ii:i|i\ INFORMATION Bl *
at suite ?-A 107 Lincoln Road, Miami
Reach rlorlila, Intends to register
;/','/,.,.,', with the Clerk ol th. ; -
, ni, tv.urt of l>..... Count), I-
M,-.i:r.T .1. TARRSON
smith S i'i;i-;:l: ..
ji'iT'LhicolnR" M'ani I '
- i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
x- ihi: |S HEREBY tilVI N that
K.IKI II

|N\ EST.MEN/ CO.. c B I
,V. I Ha .in
I r- .-: Miami Hi -.- Ii Floi Ida, in-
|i, aid -- Itn
of the Cl I' rt of II ni.
i
iii li. Florida, this
i; i.f Mi; .
11. I KINDER partner
|R\ INC Ri SI IFF
MI.MI si II VTZHERi phi Im r
M \ RILYN ll \ RR1SI iN pn.....-r
MUREY M'HNEIDKR- -partnei
M v.\ i: I.ORBER
fi i Applicant
w ngton Hi di ral Building
Mi ridian Ai i nui
V '""" '"' "''' :. n-18-2: I I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV1 N that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
i.iisiii. -s under the fictitious name of
. i:\.\i: TILE AND MARBLE at 1721
s VV 32nd Avenue, Ml iml, Florida, n-
tt-i.ds i" ri glster s.ii.l name with the
i-].,I, of the Circuit Court "i D.....
iv, l- li-i Ida.
VI.FRED I'l BERNARD >
s|\|i IN HAYS ,v URCNDWERG
"r *l*,k"' ,,.,8-25-6 I
NOTICE OF APPL.CATION
FOR TAX DEED
''
NOT1- K IS "
f Co rax Sale Ci -V?-
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Inc.
""l-nVss said i "ha" be
,i......i
, ,m will be sold o me.
Ii it the Co ni House UH.r
h, ;,., Monday in thi month of
:,",;,.:'",.,;;'. which is m- "h daj oi
June, 1962. .....
Dated this 1st day of May. i-
E B LEATHERMAN
i-lerk of Circuit Court,
111.1.- County, Urn iia
iPlri-n:i 'ourt Seal)
B> R IJSEPER.. D.C._is^
NOTICE UNL'
FIC I I IOUS N *W ,. ,
I.I.\ tilV l-.N thai
| ,-0 ai Uto
, .. -., ---. Miami
.;;;v'
'mI'miNX TERRAlUiO. A I-1.. -'.....
iRTHl'K KARLlCh
Viiorney for ti;......ml
Jll'l l;isi.iim Blvd.
V m. r1( rtda :. 11-1S-25, 6 I
rki TMF COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
'^J^OFOROADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 52099-C
IN RE: Estate ol|t i-i>(.
mMMm

Mli mi fi, -' '
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NOTICi OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE
EUEVENTH ILDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTV IN CHANCERY.
NO. 62C R051
WILLIAM > LAMBERT!,
I'lal
HKIKN-'V: I.AMBERTI.
Defendant. ________
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
l-,, HELEN tl. LAMBERTI
lax i\ Stri el
New.uT., Si w .! rsey
Yi.ii HELEN B. LAMBERTI, are
nerch. notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been Wed
Kgalnsl you, and you are required to
MTVe a COP) Of (iiin Answer Or IMeail-
, ,,,,.11,11 of Complalnl on the
Plaintiffs attorney, ANOELO A. AU,
,,-n vinsley Building. Miami -J. Flor-
di. and File the original Answer *
I leading In the office of the l lert
,,r the Circuit Court on or befort the
in day of June, l6. n >..n rmi
,, do so. judgment by default will b.
taken against you for the relief de
|i(i ,n ,,,,. Bill of Complaint.
"This notlci shall be published once
,. ,i, week foi four consecutive weeks
THE JEWISH PLORID1AN.
DOVE Wli ORDERED Bl Miami,
Fl.rlda. th 9th da) of May. A D. 1962
,. n -i K VTHERMvVN, Clerk,
f-lreiilt Court Dade County, Florida
"'""""';;," k"m' t.YMAN
I ., pill V Clerk
ANGELO A M.I
100 vl Idlng
Mian i S2 : rlda
Attorn.) fo, 1-la.ntiff jj.jj.,, ,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
X. i-1-1-: IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I',, amI.-i signed, desiring li engagi In
..... ,,. f|, ,,,.. -, ,me o
VH! Ct>NDITlt>NIXG \N|i ,11. \ I Mi
1ATES al -':'-" S vv 92nd !
Miami, hlorlda. Inti nil reglsti i
mine with the Clerk of Ihi ; Ir
f ,n .a Dade Count;
SIDNEY ROSE
Sole 'kX ner
-. 11 -
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
, i; is HEREBY Ul\ I S that
.
\- :r v\ ERS il li S-
I Ida, intend
i,d n inn with tin
. .
ARNOLD NEW VI VN
Soli i iw in r
- ER .X- GARS
\ |il|i
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
" FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
NO 62C 4082
SMII.IE r.KNTuN.
I'lalntlff,
|M)R.\ BENTON,
Defendant. __
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
11 i in HiA BENTON
ss Ridge Street
Tuckahoe, New >.nk
Ton IxiRA BENTON, are lo-i.ln
notified that a BUI of Complaint for
, lias been filed against you,
and you are required to serve oopy
,,, your Answer or t'l.-ailing to the
Kill of Complaint on the Plaintiri s at-
torney. ROBERT H I RA1 RIG, 113a
Alfred duPont BuUding. Miami,
Florida, and file the original tnswer
or Pleadng In the office "' thi I lerk
of the Circuit Court on or befi tne
, ,h .lay of June. IM2. ,',//"
to do so. Judgment b) default will Ws
taken against you for ih.- rellel de-
, ,,,,, | ,,. BUI ol ii-'ipla"il
This notlci shall be published on e
each week for four consecutive weeks
. THE JEWISH FI-ORllHAN.
HONE \NI' ORDERED at M a
Ida this 8th d...... May, A l; 1962
,: i.KATIIKKM VN. I lej-k.
.. court, Dade County, Florida
11 I'ourl S- all
B) : R. M. 1 > MAN
Deputy Clerk
ROIIERT II TRAJ'Riq
Vlfred l duPont Htdg.
Miami, Florida
| VII.......) for Plaintiff __ ,.lv.-,.-,.K.,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .....
NOTK'K Is HEREB1 GIVEN that
thi -.....'- gned, desiring to engage In
the fi.'iui.nis ii.iii.. ol
VTI VNTIC OITICAL SI I I l.\. 11
Northeast -' si Miami. Florida, in-
,,.. rcglstei said nami with the
... ,,; thi Circuit Court i I Dad.
MO!^<'MaHOLDINC CORP
BKKiEl, TE1 l-ELM \n and M-i-i-i: P
Vtt, n, < s for Applicant
il W. NOT CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Vi ,TI t. HEREBY Gl\ EN I I
ileslrinH to engagi |
,, V
V\ II M Ml
ISi.u-h I
, ,,. wll 'l
nty, i
,1-li ftiMI'AM
ktl\ NER .v VI iNNHKLMI R
Vtlorn.-)s foi '
' .
NOnU UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
x, ,,-,,-, is HEREBY I
S. V
..Mr.
Count) Flo da
VI CAN FRATERNAL
\ -, INC
\ Son i'rol -I I' lol :-'--i Co n
I -. ".1>
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 -Act* ol 1841
File AA-'-'iB.-ii
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
Sylvia Stern, hot.i. r ol City ol Miami
Tax Sail Certificate No, >5j lasved
thi -;ih das -.f June, A.D I9, has
i fl'ed same i" mj office, ami lias made
ai'idk-atlon for a tag deed to b. Issued
. on Saul Certificate embra-i a
t,. following ii......' 'i Propi rty '" tni
County ol Dade, Stats ol Florida,
"';W!l.: of N 60' Lots SM-SS4 \: W
Ulenroyal Vmended, Plat Book
Page ':< In ihe City ol M ami,
Count) of Dade, Stati orida
ri,, ass. ss i.. ni of saiii propei ty un-
,i,-i the said i rtlflcate wi in in*
name ofi L'nknoe n
lialess -ai.i......in ate Bhall be re-
deemed according lo law, th. property
rlberi herein will be sold to the
hlghi l bldd. i ai thi Court House door
..a the first Monday in the monin "i
inn. 1982, which is itn mi day ol
i this 1st das ol Mas i'-'"'-'-
E B I.EATHERMAN
. |. u -! Circuit Court,
nty, i'l-
(Circuit Court Seal)
By; K. M I.KKl'Kl.. D.t
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Pcge 4-A +Jew 1st nor Mian Friday. May \\ f Jewish Floridian CmCE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 Fr.SD K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN ....ExecutiTe Editor SI1MA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv, Israel HAY U. BINDER C orrespondent Published everv Friday glnce 1917 by The JewL-h FlorldlkD at 1*0 N E. xth Street. Miami 1. Florida. Second-Claas Postage Paid at Miami. Florida. Th 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. or English-Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida Press Assn. I I The Jewish Floridian does not guarantee theKushruUl of the merchandise adverted In its columns. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area One Year WOO Three Years $1000 Out of Town Upon Request Volume 35 Number 19 Friday. May 11, 1962 7 Iyar 5722 Miami Terrorists Are Exposed Here The sensational police work here in Greater Miami during the pest week proves the point that George Lincoln Rockwell must be taken seriously. What the police discovered is further evider.ee of the polarization of extreme rightwing forces throughout the nation. Heretofore, ultra-conservatives, c polite term for hatemongers and supporters of government by authority, found occasional leadership in the equally occasional emergence of Fascist-prototype organizations all seeking power within the uncomfortable confines o: a narrow horizon and sparse audience. 3ut the horizon is no longer nanow, and neither is the audience sparse. Conservatism has become increasingly respectable politically; and the ultra-fofrces, hiding behind this development, readily disguise their baser purposes. Hence, they are no longer tagged as crackpot, and no longer easily laughed off the stage of their operations. Within such an atmosphere, the outrageous Rockwell type merely becomes an "off-beat" personality not to be taken seriously, and this is precisely why he must be considered dangerous. In truly more conservative times, he would have been neutralized by ridicule. Conversely, the potency potential of Rockwell today lies in the fact that he is tolerated and, against an understanding of the emergence of Hitler in Germany in the early 1930's, Dcnald Branch's prediction of the election of Rockwell to the U.S. Presidency in 1972 can r.c longer be shrugged off — even if nervously. The dramatic expose involving Branch, Mike Babey, and George Victer indicates the confusion of our time: that hatemongers aspire to spokesmanship for American political moraiity. Hiding behind an assault against Communism, they are really seeking to bring to heel the democratic way of life. Whatever the theoretical and psychological forces behind the terrorists' motives here, we join the community in congratulating the courage and resourcefulness of Dade State Attorney Richard Gerstein and the Miami Police Department Intelligence Division for cracking t;.:s sensational case. Tho hvsterical rant" On what basis did he lead the assault? The hysterics. %  Assistanl stale Attornej Aram Goshgarian. or his own liti Dd for what it is a politically exi a\ %  and ments? Let this be understood for what it is — a polm thou-in control move played to an ignorant gallery of naj %  -• a gallery eternally filled with the prototypes of Branch, Bi Victer. They may not be bombers or terrorists, these Puritan ^ ar !" of their neighbors' morality, but they are themselves, and tore Continued en Page 12 A



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Friday. May 11. 1962 *• knict Ffririiclliirhtf Poge 15-B %  -. Children of Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center preschool participate in recent model Soder and Passover progrcm. Left to riglit are Pennie Krystal. Sammi Lee Siegel, Kippie Hechtman, Lynn Miller. Billie Whiteman. The school, located at 50 NW 51st pi., is registering pupils ioi .'.ie 1962-63 school year starting May 7. Classes are available for children between the ages of 3 and 5 for nursery, junior kindergarten, and readiness for first grade. Ehiel Lesowoder Passes Away Ehiel Lesowoder. honorary president of the Israel Histadrut Committee of Great Miami, died Apr. He came here 17 years ago from Detroit. Mich and lived at f217 Abbott arc. Surfsde. Hi .is rtner associate in I Fi i kelider Inveitm 11 Corp Mii i Beach, an.! was ., 'tor land develoi i ul the i d( Klorala. \!r i esowoder was an r Zionist, pn i • the • i [i stHuti here the board i f the B i and Com Appeal Votive in the l< cal Hi tadi mmittee for the pa I 10 yi i served as its six ars and last is made morary president. Surviv %  g are two sisl Vnna Cornfield and Mrs Sarah Kornfield. Services wer< May l in Riverside Memorial Chapel. N irma Isle, with burial in the farband \U morial Park. Mizrachi Marks Independence Day Somi 3 0 pei attended the Hth anniversary ol Israel's inrtependence celebration Sunday night at Flamingo Park under the auspices (it th( Rel gious Zionist Organization of America. Greetings w ere exten led by Rabbi Solomon Sch'ff, oi Beth El Conijregation, Vice Mayor Malvin En1. ider, of Miami Beach, and Rabbi !i Rackovsky, "f Beth Teftlah Congregation. Salute to the flag of the United States and the Israeli flag was led by Morris Krevat and Isadore Kramer, with Cantor Maurice Mamches chanting a prayer. Principal speaker at the rally was Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiritual l.ader of Beth Jacob Congregation. Rabbi Nathan Kohler was chairman of the program, and Rev. Joseph Krantz. president, and Saul li.ish.n. director of the local chapter, were in charge of arrangements. Joseph Malek sang LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thnt ill.undi rslgm '1. .1. MI int i" i ilia i. :.. LIIMII iiiflet .%  name si I'RRK iH USES & FCRNITURK COMPANY .ii &9 N. w. Tisi Street, Miami 50, Ha.. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Clr,uii Court "f Da' lit Sew Yurh %  ,! Flow, r Fifth < vi mi. II % %  %  ; %  I il nd • II in. al d '" N %  %  \ial i In n :-w Hi' i lnr ol lie, ihovi a Vli %  • i so... Sia\lBkcr s i• i" !" in i I'hi l'Itn MI • „f Ni York Col • • iini II i ii111 an. i dnughtei md III* • ih. i MRS. FRANCES DOFF |HH M|i In .: i .' 1 -i v• %  Sin ft-oin New i mill • MA X EN i Kiu'lid av<-., M \ I Mil VI Shii I. > 4 rivi • rvlci-H v %  •-'> %  i MRS M NNIf. BE %  • • Bt.. Mi.i n Had i-ii: I --, ,,,-!. Ml.l • .., Itli ',!•II in HARRY NERtNBP.nQ ,.i 321 i, II. -i-Mi.ii a vi M h, died Vpr. M. ti> eau i here l ago from Newark, N 1 and iu a n tin ii textile manufacturer. ivlvlni :in his wife, I neei three ghlera, Including M Marion K Its and a aon. Services wi "' *PJ •'. in Riverside Memorial Chapel, \> ton rd MRS. DIANA SCHWARTZ % %  ". of 4|in sw Z-tat avi-. died Apr.ST. She came h.-re 21 years ago from wew York She wan a meml>er ol Beth r.i sii.-i In ..id. Hadassuh and Hebrew i %  Loan Assn. Surviving are ncr husband Isidore; %  son, Leonard: %  hii.thor, sister and three grand %  %  II Rervlcea were Apr. '%  •" Riversldi Memorial Chapel, Douglas rd MRS. BERTHA WOLF •..i 8330 s\v 70th ave died Api Phi came here to years ago from New 1 i a ur v|vlng are he* daughter. Vis Janet IJohtendorf; two staters ami i brother Servlci s wen Apr. in Riverside Memorial Chapel, Dougi rd MRS. GERTRUDE KOHN %  .; %  -, s Ird si died Vpr. %  %  .innhere II f ft'* > ork sin v l\ In* are her husband daughters, Barlrts i nd Hits %  mi .i sister, Jean Bpo mi i Servlci s were Apr a In Riverside Memorial juWOfJM LEGAL NOTICE I JL DGF.S COURT IN •FOR DADE COUNTY. \ pPIOBATE %  i-C-C .. iENTH VL I ICE TO CREDITORS r „ in,.in i ml All I 1 Vgalnsl -nil n luiri -i ,-•ami iii -'. 1. 11. i S h N1 H %  ; -!• cm nty. I %  %  .: It. tENTHAL MVI-l;.' I.MAN, KAI'l. VN iN ,\ NOTICE LMDLri FIC i IOUS N •'• t LAW • i %  ni ..I I'aili I I l-i IN Mil i %  I FOR DIVORCE loI i. DONAIII i: A I'lONAIII iI lied f I'UII ilnlnl • n lie M K I, \vi-l 11 ^ nwi i i the 1 %  %  i mi Ih, ri lief den nndeil In I hi I .-in. ( .;.eh week for I -, ,-1.. wi eks in THE JEWISH FMHIII'lAN [HiNE \ND i 'III IEREI • it Mia i I of May, A.l> VTH ERMAN, 'lerk, nil i '.-in i, Ii ide ''" inly, I lorlda Hj M CAVALAR1S. 11. i it) Clerk fur P Intlff 5 11-111-23, •• I NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 61C 10311 \' II.MAM M MISII.M.I. I.I'l'Y Rl"TH M VRSHAI.I., I i.-i. ndnnt SUIT FOR DIVORCE •I, i.i TV til III MARSH M.I. Vrtiln -Cnknown i.i ,--, HiTH \l VRSH M.I.are I that II Hill "' i • has In i filed I you an required to n ,\IIBWOI or l Ii n %  v. %  Hiii "f ''""' | ;h", l :' vl v v Vtt, r ni y. N(>RXI N I | s i. r. (). Ite.v -••-:' Miami Reach md file the ni An„r I'll ndlng in "" offlci ol ; %  k „f ih, i-lri ni Court on or Belli* % % % % %  ilio ..' June. I!2. .... m, i: I.) .1.1.lllll the n • Rill of i ..mplaln RKD ni Miami, Mas ^ i IER.M VN. Cl. i. • i S'El.SON -. Clerk lit MA." HREENE 1 i. Box M H ,ln -.,:•,IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO. 55880-B In RE: Estate of ORRA B. GRANGER I leceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Bald lal.ll. You are hereby notified and required i" i resent an) claims and demands which v -ni ma) have against the estate ,.i ORRA E. GRANGER deceased late of Dade County, Florida, i" the CounD .i dgee nl I >ude Count). and file ill, Bnme in duplicate and lit provided I in Section 738.18. Floiitla Statutes, In Hi. M offices in the Count) Co irthouae i„ 11 MI,County, Florida, within sis i-alei al m. -mils from the time % %  < the in -I publication hei i if. Ihe same will lie barred. I la ,i al Miami, FI rlda, Ihis nil \ !• I'T.-J. II kCIIEL I'KNNKI. \\ Irairix VV \ I.TER LI LEIll iW'I'l'/. f or Rachi I i'.mil .i NOTICE BY fUBL IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OJ HI ELEVENTH JUDICIAL OF FLOrtlDIN AND -.CR D AO: COUNTY. IN CHf..rHY. NO. 2C 460AN Tl i' "i A i %  •' 'REN I ..x. %  %  I Vlnl.A P.' FLORENTINE 1 l .II-.-" Ii, VK i|..\ I i i 'i:i. API ,\i >irill'ili Ni 1, V,.„. Mi-1. A I FIA)H1 STIJ he ,iDI • .that i plaint foi I'-r e hai % %  %  again i you, u you a • •' s,„, ., ,p) ..i your Answi r • ,.,, to tl iH" '' %  -..•-.• IMalntlff's attorney, A Bl I |.-|; \i .> i.aililiniliaini Pleading In <"• V '. K il,, Circuit Court on or I n in rta of I--la I" 1 ''-If > % %  %  mNutamen I default will b. t-.k•> Srn"t '..-. for the rellel d. nano>d in the I tin of Complaint •rius notice shall be published 01 each week for i"..r.;--;* > in THE JEWISH FL.OK1D1 x^ '"DONE VN1I OKDERED at M.ami, Fi. rlda, this 27th day ol Al il, A f'•" %  r H UEATHERMAN Clerk, L'lrcull Court Dade County, MorWa "'"•"" I V: I "I< S M "..VMAN I'eplll) Clerk A llll'li it Tl.l'.lt Tl* Alnsley Building Miami T2. Florida Attorni > for Plaintiff S !-: i %  --.> NOTICE UNDER F CTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY -'.IV N : the i.mli rsigned. deslrlnn i gagi in ,',!,;.'„ a,..,.,ihe Hctltlous name ol i--|(ii:i|i\ INFORMATION Bl *• at suite ?-A 107 Lincoln Road, Miami Reach rlorlila, Intends to register ;/','/,.,.,', with the Clerk ol th. ; ni, tv.urt of l> Count), IM,-.i:r.T .1. TARRSON SMITH S •' i'i;i-; :l: .. %  ji'iT'LhicolnR" M'ani I • '• •i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW xIHI: |S HEREBY tilVI N that K.IKI II %  |N\ EST.MEN/ CO.. c B I ,V. I Ha .in I r.-: Miami Hi -.Ii Floi Ida, in|i, „aid •-' • Itn of the Cl I' rt of II ni. i III li. Florida, this i; i.f Mi; 11. I KINDER partner |R\ INC Ri SI IFF MI.MI si II VTZHERi % %  PHI Im r M \ RILYN ll \ RR1SI iN pn -r MUREY M'HNEIDKR-partnei M v.\ i: I.ORBER fi i Applicant w ngton Hi di ral Building Mi ridian Ai i nui V '""" '"' "''' :. n-18-2: I I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV1 N that the undersigned, desiring to engage In i.iisiii. -s under the fictitious name of i:\.\i: TILE AND MARBLE at 1721 s VV 32nd Avenue, Ml iml, Florida, ntt-i.ds i" ri glster s.ii.l name with the i-]., I, of the Circuit Court "i D iv, lli-i Ida. VI.FRED I'l BERNARD > s|\|i IN HAYS ,v URCNDWERG %  r *l* ,k "' ,,.,8-25-6 I NOTICE OF APPL.CATION FOR TAX DEED '' NOT1K IS f Co rax Sale Ci %  -V?nri Inmj %  "\V. ,--.iI •ling d. In the i mis Dad % •" l x | %  • ..., i>ownhip %  : south, Hi ngi •I-i-i n • %  \' : m ,1 ,. agl .,. ,, ii %  Utat. %  Th • %  ,':" Inc. ""l-nVss said i "ha" be ,i i ,M will be sold o me. Ii it the Co ni House UH.r h, •;,., Monday in thi month of :,",;,.:'",.,;;'. which is m"h daj oi June, 1962. ..... Dated this 1st day of May. i %  •••%  E B LEATHERMAN i-lerk of Circuit Court, 111.1.County, Urn iia iPlri-n:i 'ourt Seal) B> R IJSEPER.. D.C._ is ^ NOTICE UNL' FIC I I IOUS N *W ,. I.I.\ tilV l-.N thai | ,-0 ai Uto .. -., ---. Miami •.;;;„v' 'MI'MINX TERRAlUiO. A I-1.. -' %  iRTHl'K KARLlCh Viiorney for ti; ml Jll'l l;isi.iim Blvd. V m r1( rtda :. 11-1S-25, 6 I rki TMF COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT '^J^OFOROADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No 52099-C IN RE: Estate ol | t i-i>( mMMm %  Mli mi fi, -'• %  .I. '?- %  NOTICi OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE EUEVENTH ILDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV IN CHANCERY. NO. 62C R051 WILLIAM > LAMBERT!, I'lal HKIKN-'V: I.AMBERTI. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE •l-,, HELEN tl. LAMBERTI lax i\ Stri el New.uT., Si W .!• rsey YI.II HELEN B. LAMBERTI, are ner ch. notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been Wed Kgalnsl you, and you are required to MTVe a COP) Of (ii in Answer Or IMeail, „. ,,,,.11,11 of Complalnl on the Plaintiffs attorney, ANOELO A. AU, ,,-n vinsley Building. Miami -J. Flordi. and File the original Answer I leading In the office of the l lert ,,r the Circuit Court on or befort the in day of June, l6. n >..n rmi ,, do so. judgment by default will b. taken against you for the relief de |i(i n ,,,,. Bill of Complaint. "This notlci shall be published once ,. ,i, week foi four consecutive weeks „ THE JEWISH PLORID1AN. DOVE Wli ORDERED Bl Miami, Fl.rlda. th 9th da) of May. A D. 1962 ,. %  n -i K VTHERMvVN, Clerk, f-lreiilt Court Dade County, Florida "'""""';;," K"M' t.YMAN I ., pill V Clerk ANGELO A M.I 100 vl Idlng Mian i S2 : rlda Attorn.) fo, 1-la.ntiff JJ.JJ.,, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW X. i-11-: IS HEREBY GIVEN that I',, amI.-i signed, desiring li engagi In ..... ,,„. f|, ,,•,.. -, ,me o VH! Ct>NDITlt>NIXG \N|i ,11. \ I Mi 1ATES al -' %  :'-"• S vv 92nd !• Miami, hlorlda. Inti nil • %  reglsti i mine with the Clerk of Ihi ; Ir • f ,„n .a Dade Count; SIDNEY ROSE Sole kX ner -. 11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW i; is HEREBY Ul\ I S that %  \:r v\ ERS il li S- I %  „ Ida, intend i,d n inn with tin %  ARNOLD NEW VI VN Soli i iw in r ER .XGARS \ |il|i • '•' S ""' NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO 62C 4082 SMII.IE r.KNTuN. I'lalntlff, |M)R.\ BENTON, Defendant. __ SUIT FOR DIVORCE 11 i in HiA BENTON ss Ridge Street Tuckahoe, New >.nk Ton IxiRA BENTON, are lo-i.ln notified that a BUI of Complaint for lias been filed against you, and you are required to serve %  oopy ,,, your Answer or t'l.-ailing to the Kill of Complaint on the Plaintiri s attorney. ROBERT H I RA1 RIG, 113a Alfred duPont BuUding. Miami, Florida, and file the original tnswer or Pleadng In the office "' thi I lerk of the Circuit Court on or befi %  • tne ,h .lay of June. IM2. ,',//•" to do so. Judgment b) default will Ws taken against you for ih.rellel de, ,„,,,, |„ ,,„. BUI ol ii-'ipla"il This notlci shall be published on e each week for four consecutive weeks .„ THE JEWISH FI-ORllHAN. HONE \NI' ORDERED at M a Ida this 8th d. May, A l; 1962 ,: i.KATIIKKM VN. I lej-k. .. court, Dade County, Florida 11 I'ourl Sall B) : R. M. 1 %  > MAN Deputy Clerk ROIIERT II TRAJ'Riq Vlfred l duPont Htdg. Miami, Florida | VII ) for Plaintiff __ ,. lv .-,.-,. K ., NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTK'K Is HEREB1 GIVEN that thi gned, desiring to engage In the fi.'iui.nis ii.iii. ol VTI VNTIC OITICAL SI I I l.\. 11 Northeast -' si Miami. Florida, in,,.. rcglstei said nami with the ... ,,; thi Circuit Court i I Dad. MO!^<'M a HOLDINC CORP BKKiEl, TE1 l-ELM \N and M-i-i-i: P Vtt, n, < s for Applicant il W. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 -Act* ol 1841 File AA-'-'iB.-ii NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that Sylvia Stern, hot.i. r ol City ol Miami Tax Sail Certificate No, >5J lasved thi -;ih das -.f June, A.D I9, has i fl'ed same i" mj office, ami lias made ai'idk-atlon for a tag deed to b. Issued on Saul Certificate embra-i a t,„. following ii •' 'i Propi rty '" tni County ol Dade, Stats ol Florida, "'; W !l. : of N 60' Lots SM-SS4 \: W Ulenroyal Vmended, Plat Book • Page ':< In ihe City ol M ami, Count) of Dade, Stati orida ri,, ass. ss i.. ni of saiii propei ty un,i,-i the said i %  rtlflcate wi in in* name ofi L'nknoe n lialess -ai.i in ate Bhall be redeemed according lo law, th. property rlberi herein will be sold to the hlghi l bldd. i ai thi Court House door ..a the first Monday in the monin "i inn. 1982, which is itn mi day ol i this 1st das ol Mas i'-'"'-'E B I.EATHERMAN |. u •-! Circuit Court, nty, i'l(Circuit Court Seal) By; K. M I.KKl'Kl.. D.t ..Ills' I % 



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Friday. May 11. 1962 *• Jewish Hcridiari Page 5-5 Beth Sholom PTA Will Offer Slate On Saturday evening, the executive board of Temple Beth Shell iin '. PTA will honor officers and members of the board of directors at a cocktail buffet at the home of out-going president, Mrs. Joseph Pardo. The party will be preceded by the final board meeting of the year, during which the new slate of officers will be presented as follows: President. Mrs. Irving Kushinan; vice presidents. Mrs. Marvin Cooper. Mrs. Martin Kloiman. Mrs. Sanford Levine. Mrs. David Miler; corresponding secretary. Mrs. Jason Berkman; recording secretary, Mrs Bennett Lev; treasurer. Mrs. Albert Rosenberg: financial secretary. Mrs. Bernard Rubin; treasurer for Keren Ami. Mrs, Martin Steiner; chaplain. Mrs. Leon Kronish; advisor, Mrs, ,t<>seph Pardi S Bti rhood i ipresentativ<. Mrs Snetman. Honorary directors, Mrs. Leon J. Ell, Mrs. Samuel Hirsch, Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, Mrs. Harvey E. Kramer, Mrs. Benjamin Mandell, Mrs. Melvin Richard, Mrs. Lou Ross, Mrs. D. Murray Sonnett: education director, Herbert C. Bloom. Spiritual leader is Rabbt Leon .Kronish. Arrangements for tie evening were made by Mrs. M ray Gilden, chairman of the nominating committee. PTA's project for the past > [was the purchase of a piano r .Temple Beth Sholom's religi;us school. PTA is also the princil support of the library now hou in the Temple's new Commur.. y Building. Finalizing table arrangements and reservations tor Mt. Sinai Hospital Women's Auxilicry annual installation luncheon on Friday at the Fontainebleau are ticket chairmen, Mrs. Morns Weinberger and Mrs. Irwin Weingroff (seated), with vice president in charge oi membership, Mrs. ArthiuBurrell, looking on. Miss Lillian Goodman to be Installed For Second Term as Hadassah President Miss Lillian Goodman has been elected to serve a second term as president of the Miami Beach chapter of Hadassah. She will be mMalled on Wednesday at a brunch ,n the Algiers hotel. Mrs. Joseph :-hapiro. past chapter president and honorary vice president, is chairman of the day. Vice president are Mesdames Nat Barth, Sanford Jacobson, Yetta Kogan, Philip Thau, Maurice Cairn, tain Melnick, ami Barnett Beckerm.an; treasurer. Mrs. Joseph Sugeriii;.n; auditor. Mrs. Harry Platoff; -.•cretaries, Mesdames Johan Berman, Ira Krivltzin, Morris I.eiuor; nd parliamentarian, Mrs. Dorothy K. Fink. Also the following group presidents will he installed; Bay Harbor. Mrs Ellis Amdur; Prandeis, Mrs. Fred Jonas; Deborah, Mrs. Bather Levitz; Esther,! Mrs. Chic Perlyn; I. R. Goodman, by presidium. Mrs. Elsie Herman ;.nd Mrs. Sylvia Labell; Herri, Mrs Pen Zeigmund; Israeli. Mrs. Joseph Meyer; Emma Lazarus. Mrs. Nor man Meyers; liana Senesch. Mrs Eva M. Blum; Shaloma. Mrs. Manuel Feierman; Southgatc. Mrs. Joseph Rosenberg; Henrietta Szold, Mrs. Joseph Alexander; Stephen S. Wise, Mrs. Harry P. Cohen. Dr. Irving Lehrman will be guest -peaker and installing officer. Rcckear Art Show Opens Shirlej !'. ckear opem hi r "neshi Sundaj at the Morer Ait Gallery in Central City, Ky I invitation from the Muhlenberg County Arl Assn. The show opened with 40 watercolor paint.;:-.consisting of portraits, landscapes and figures. As a member of Lowe Gallery and Arts Council. Mrs. Rackear has taken worktops with Eugene Massin, Don Kingman and James Billmyer She participated in the Lowe Gallery Member Show 1961. Miami Springs Art Guild, and took specal j honorable mention for a watercolor portrait in Women's Division Chamber of Commerce show at Jordan Marsh 1961. She has studied extensively with Eliot O'Hara. also serving as his si cretary for the pa--t two years. This summer will find her at the o'llara Water Color School in Flat Rock. N.C.. where she'll serve as secretary and faculty member. 1 MISS LILLIAN GOODMAN Mrs. Barnett Bcckerman. pros-ram vice president, will present Kay Harrison, soprano, accompanied by Olga Biber Stern, in a group of musical selections. A color film of various chapter projects will be shown. Miss Goodman will leave for Israel on Thursday, returning in time to preside at a meeting on June 18. when she will give a report on her trip. Mrs. Shwiller To be Installed Mis. David Shwiller will be installed apresident of the Anne Frank chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, at the fourth annual luncheon on May 15 at noon at the Fireside restaurant, 3622 Coral Way. Mrs. Stephanie Klein. District 5 chapter service officer, will conduct the ceremony. Entertainment will be by Larry Blue, singing accordionist. Mrs. Lenore Curtice is in charge of tickets. Israelite Center luncheon Bikur Cholim of the Israelite Center will have a Mother's Day luncheon and card party Wednesday noon at the Center. Mrs. Nathan Shenkin is president of the group. Mrs. Beth Steinberg and Mrs. Elsie Karcsh are in charge of reservations. For Very Special Occasions COUNTRY CLUB'S CALCUTTA ROOM Just imagine having the ent Diplomat G %  king. HOLLYWOOD-BY-THE-SEA %  Have tttat Business Meeting* Banquet, or Special Occasion YovTl Wnd complete focilities to exoctly satisfy your needs In the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade and Rubaiyat Rooms, be It to' • wedding or a private port| I tor rlormllonl HAZEL ALLISON CATERING DIRECTOR JE 1-6061 •at* si. coiiinu v.



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Friday. May 11. 1962 +Jmist) fUvrMtor) Page 13-B ar me one it; winch we can be proud to wor%  p.' Mrs. DJnltzWill Serve Again Miami Auxiliary oi the Jewish Home for the Aged will hold an installation I ini neon on Thursday. May 17. at \~:M p.m.. al Douglas Gardens, 151 NE 52nd sl Mrs. Gladys Dinitz M trgerstern will be installed for a second term as president. Maurice Pearlstein, executive director of the Home, will be installing oi'iici rs Musical pr i pram will follow. BE A THOUGHTFUL GIVER Give Better Electrically YOU GET MORE CALLS WHEN YOUR PHONE IS ALWAYS ANSWERED We can answer your phone in your own name._Uw than $5 per week for a full t.me Telephone Secretary. ANSWERITE, INC. TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE Phone JEfferson 8-0721 No Guessing! ELECTRIC GIFTS are a Blessing! • Mother's Day • birthdays • Father's Day • weddings • anniversaries w~^"*v • graduations v^ M^Ci'Q Make it an electric gift and you make it a special ion. it's the perfect way to remember the day! Von can find an "all star" assortment in any [nice range and for every age and taste. Gilts to entertain, to cook, to help with home chores. Welcome gifts that keep on giving, for years. So practical, so pleasure-packed! And for that reolly special gift: a nameless automatic electric range, clothes dryer, dishwasher, or TV set. or other major electric appliance that lightens work and brightens leisure. Sec the big selection at your favorite store. There's always something new when it's clcctricall t ...AND GIVING, TOO! FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY HELPING BUILD FLORIDA



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Page 2-B |r/#• MrrSdHcin Friday. May \\ t 1962 Mrs. Shapiro Heads Women's Group For Fourth Term Mrs. Joseph Shapiro was unanimously elected as president ul the Hebrew Academy Women for the i< uith consecutive s i ar a. a general meeting a: the Kit/. Plaza hotel en Wednesday Mrs Harry Kaplan, chairman of the nominating committee, presented the following slate of otficers who, together with Mr<. Shapiro and the board of directors selected by the executive committee, will be installed at a luncheon in June: Mrs. David S. Andron and Mrs. Sidney Rubinowiiz. honorary life presidents; Mrs. Irving Firtel. honorary president: Mrs. Samuel Reinhard, honorary life vice president; Mrs. Joseph E Rackovsky, honorary life treasurer; Miss Sue Berkowitz. Mrs. Leonard Rosen. Mrs. M H Rosenhouse. and Mrs. Abraham Steinberg, vice presidents; Mrs. George Kimmcl. treasurer; Mrs. Al Osheroff. financial secretary; Mrs. Jacob Katz. recording Fccretary; Mrs. Sam Sluviro. social secretary; Mrs. Sue Hermon. chairman, corresponding secretary: i'nd Mrs. Louis A. Bunim, historian. elected an Mesdames S rah i' Bu Hi v Pauline Chill. lei Cohen, Harn Genel ANA Gn 5s. Paulu erg ; '.i sky, : : ncvements ol 'i .. pro. • • ndiv.ci s pi Shapiro to be Speaker i Beach B I .inchi noon, ruesday, ai the Lincoln Lam i • : 169 Meridian ave S| rmer Mayor of Miami B< • will be "Tzaddikim and Chassidim," the story ol the e.-t revivalist movement in Jewish history, CERTIFIED KOSHER AND PARVE AJAX H used in over 3 times as many New York Jewish homes as any other Cleanser because Ajax has new instant Chlorine Bleach that bleaches cut stubborn food stains In seconds. For stains, greasy film, black pot marks, nothing cleans end bleaches better than new Ajax. Product of Colgate-Palmolive " d time •" H„, donor hit %  • Greater Miami IV mi n"; Auxiliary oi the j ew ish M. r th %  Aged al the Vlgii i •:• Spright.. ,,;.. the happy Hungarian i Elmer Korasnj was Ihe b kgi u tor a delicious lunchi 01 The Silverman girl Mollie I Mrs. Soli in a black and white print with unusual black hat. and Shari (Mr.Lawrence) in a white suit with a blue and green reversible jacket, kept the program going at high si eed helped by Mrs. Louis Makovsky. who wore an orange raight-lined sheath, her only ornament a '"old locket given to her by the Auxiliary. MrDaniel Broad in a red and pink two-p.ece tie -ilk suit with matching whimsy that had just come straight from a piano lesson Mrs Rose Yokell wore a blue ribhen one-piece knit with beautiful c'rop earrings Mrs. Rose Brown was in a blue and white print. Three ladies whose ages totaled 258 years were Mrs Rose Bernki. ft in a tv o-pie< e print. Mrs. Isa Cohen in orchid dotted one. |, dress. Mr loseph BrenMrs Edv ar I Pey an annual Chhw %  print. Mrs I' thj Harris chose a Stunning si suit u ith a rose and white blousi In -harp contrast was the Inch yellow shantung, chiffon-topped dress with matching jackel thai Mrs Louis Glasser wore. With it, le wore a hib of beads. Mrs. Fanny Dubler was in a onepuce beige with a vivid orange biripe and smart gold earrings. Mrs Ida Altschuller was in a pink shantung one piece dress highlighted by earrings and a locket ol French enamel that were enchanting. Judge Irving Cypen with closecropped hair and a black dotted bew-tie spotted with re I, -topped to erect Mrs. Jacob Mindlin who. lor the occasion chose a beige dress tucked in front with a clever tucked back yolk and pleated ,-kir.t. Mrs Mindlin was sitting next to Mrs Gladys Dinetz Morganstern, who wore a bold orange and tan plaid dress tied with bows on the shoulders MrHarrj Koretsks was in a apphq | jellow organza wil M.s ulna,, Kl sler n a piece pink eyelel dr. ,. m ^Z Shoes, sang M try. \| r Herman Goldow.tz delightfully cod ii a bine and whj e striped drea with an unusual neck Ii i MrJack Diamant h.,d a in n sleeved ruffled gold and white |S with a pert stand-up collar Olga Biber Stern c black and white print. Dr Cecia Wonl in a light blue chiffon Mrs char, lette Katz in a two-pie,,, bl and Mrs Trudy Hamerschlag, ji gold with white aecessones, watch, ed aw Mrs. Ruth Levine took h r mother. Mrs. Minnie l.evine. up ta receive her award MrHarold Spaet in pink cotton with a pic. ture collar. Mrs. Helen Sparher in -hock. ing pmk two-piece button den, With it she wore turq ise %  ..-. rings and necklace Perlnwtter to be Speaker Nathan Perlmutter, executive director of the Florida offii • %  t B'nai B ruh's Anti D< tarnation | will be guest speaker i Temple Emanu n Fridaj evi • DAIRY DISHES a SNACKS TASTE BETTER WITH BREAKSTONE'S (just as they always have) Anyway you slice it, a tempting spread! Put the best where it belongso n your table It's a good family custom. Anytime you serve, pick Breakstone's and enjoy the really fresh, creamy rich goodness "bargain dairy products can t duplicate. Dairy meal or friendly snack, make Breakstone's part of your good life toda>! good dairy tq^you from ... .': %  :. % % % %  — i %  —rr --<



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.TTU f\ n A *J J A the w oman s "World by ISABEL GROVE A bridal shower and luncheon for Carol Barrocas. fiance (if i ichard Schulman, recently at the Westbrooke Country Club by B Riva Klein and her mother. Mrs. Milton Klein. Carol's cousin ',(1 aunt White pique with beige alencon lace appliques lor pretty bride-to-be ... An iridescent brocade sheath worn by a and frock in aqua and green on white chosen by Mrs. Klein Here from Orlando for the festivities. Phyllis (Mrs. Al>c> Kamenofl in a green foliage print, and Madaleen (Mrs. .lack) Kam?nf| wearing a lattice cotton print in moss shades, sisters of the respective groom His mother, Mrs. Harry Schulman, chose white silk organza with a tunic overskirt, and Mrs. Ann Barrocas, mother of the bride-to-be, was in a blue and white eyelet outfit Many of the 65 guests members of the pioneer I'allot family. ..II related to the bridegroom The young couple will be marlied on June 3. Farewell and bon voyage luncheon at the Sidewalk Cafe of the ,'ardin Suisse at the Roncy Plaza hotel Saturday for Mrs. Morris Lerner (Famous restaurant) She's leaving with her husband on a six-week trip to Europe and Israel Among those offering best wishes, Mrs. George Bourke, 'Mother' Marie Gross, Mrs. Milton Kafka, and Mrs. Millie Gilbert. Celebrating a decade of married life at Maxim's, just before it shuttered fofr the summer, Mr. and Mrs. Sy A. Robbins The former Rita Speisman very chic in a vanilla peau de soie sheath and two magnificent white orchids, one for each five years of wedded bliss The Robbins both outgoing presidents, she of the Gilbert J. Balkin chapter, B'nai B'rith, he of the lodge bearing the same name. MC • The reception and dinner given in the Coronation room of the Barcelona hotel by Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin L. Steinberg, of Bay Harbor Islands, to celebrate the Bar Mitzvah of son, Steven Marc Rose, the last Saturday in April was a real "twister" Led by 30 of Steven's teen-age friends, many of them classmates from Nautilus Junior High, the 100 more mature guests gladly played •follow the leader" through the Hully Gully, Mashed Potatoes and several variations Mother of the celebrant, cute as a bonbon in a white tunic dress with deep fringe at the overskirt and hemlime Against a lavendar background, the tables, set with blue and white, and floral decorations in the same shades, made a sparkling picture Highlight of the evening was duet on the trumpet by the Bar Mitzvah boy and Dr. Jack Rozen Here for the joyous occasion, both grandmothers, Mrs. Anna Lubct, of Pittsburgh, and Mrs. Bessie Rose, of Philly ... Dr. and Mrs. S. Rose and family, also from the City of Brotherly Love, Mrs. Sarah August and Mrs. TUlic August, of New York City, the Wayne Steinbergs, of Des Moines. la, and Mrs. Estelle Tewbey, of Belleville, N. J. Dinner party at the Alden hotel hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sturman, of Liberty. NY., and Miami Beach Guests of honor, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Katims, leng-time residents, of Miami, are the parents of Beverly, the new Mrs. Herbert Sturman He's the son of the hosts, now living with his bride in Los Angeles where he is a U.S. Attorney Guests included relatives of the Sturmans here from Memphis. Tenn.. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Plesofsky. the Isaac Loskoves, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Thomas, and Mrs. Dora Morris Also Mrs. Hose Brown, of Monticello. N.Y., and Mrs. Sam Fedak, of Miami. • • Bon Voyage luncheon for Pauline (Mrs. Nat) Sater last week at the Algiers hotel hosted by the three charming Mesdames Kaplans, her sisters-in-law With champagne glasses high, the 20 guests echoed a toast "to Pauly. who's going to sea to kick up her heels in Gay Paree, to shop and flirt in ancient Home, to have a wonderful time before she comes home" Very blank verse, but very sincere By now half way across the Atlantic on the Queen Mary, the guesl of honor chose a slim silk frock of blue and white window pane print with square white inset at the bodice Others around the beautifully-decorated tables where heavenly Ships floated on floral seas. Mrs. Sally Bachrach. Paulines traveling companion, in attractive water silk slim sheath in shades oi blue and yellow Hostesses, pretty Mary Rose (Dr. Sherman) in a pale aqua silk shantug with heavy lace bertha collar Petite Marcclla (Mrs Donald) slick and chic in white polka dots on turquoise And for gay Gladys (Mrs. Ralph) pink sleeveless easy fit silk with slit side pockets The younger set represented by the former Arlyne Kaplan, now Mrs. Mai Fromberg. who chose dark multicolored geometric print, and Mrs. Marvin Haven, nee Barbara Sater, cute as ever m kelly green weskit over white silk shantung swing skirt, hurrying home to her four little ones Taking an extended tour of Europe, the travelers won't be back in our fair citv until late June. • • Bright red on pink clothes made an attractive background for the luncheon in the French room of the Fontainebleau last Monday Greeting their guests, hostess Mrs. Esther Levitz in cliiery. cherry red accessorized in the same shade, and co-hostess, Mrs. i'harlcs (Hilda) Gertler. in an attractive navy and white linen with dramatic white satin flower at the hip Mrs. Camilla M. Berg, of Miami Beach, jetting to Bogota. Colombia, for a six-week visit with her son and daughter-in-law, James L. and Marcia Berg Highlight of the trip will be the celebration of her grandson, Y. Edward Berg's Bar Mitzvah Delightful production of Verdi's "La Traviata" given Sunday afternoon at Dade County Auditorium Presented by the Opera Guild of Greater Miami for the affiliated Dade Youth Opera Project, the beautifully sung performance pleased the audience of almost 2,400, at least half of them children who gave it their complete attention Among those enjoying Carol Dunn as the lovely but tragic Violetta and her lover Alfredo, played by Edmund Cava. Mrs. Albert Pollak with her son and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. J. Lev koff, and their two cute daughters, Mrs. David Drucker and her Vicki Also Mrs. Martin Fine, her three children and a young guest, the Julien Baloghs and family. Mrs. William Singer with her grandchildren. Mrs. Emil Morton and three sons, the James Briekman family, and Mrs. Herman Berk, with daughters PennyJane and Nancy, and friend Sandy Karlan. "(Jewish Floridiaii Miami. Florida, Friday. May 11, 1962 Section 2 The first elected presidents of Miami area chapters of National Children's Cardiac Hospital are among the 23 former leaders who met recently at the home of Philip Houtz, executive vice president of the free, non-sectarian hospital devoted to youna heart patients. Left to right are Mrs. Harry (Ethel) Reckson, North Among other booths to be managed by PTA members at Temple Emanu-El's annual Spring Carnival on Thursday, May 17, is a do-it-yourself "PizzaRama." Mothers slated for action there are (left to riqht) Mesdames Jack Pincus, Murry Koretzky, Albert Lauier and Benjamin N. Greene. Carnival hours are from 2 to 7 p.m., at North Branch bldg., 77th st. and Dickens ave. JWV Auxiliary in Meeting Service Will North Shore Women's Auxiliary. Jewish War Veterans, held a meeting Wednesday at Miami Beach Federal Savings and Loan Assn. A'.ciula for the coming year was compiled, and plans for the June convention to be held at the Deauville hotel were discussed. Dcde chapter; Mrs. William H. (Lillian) Groner, Miami chapter; Mrs. Jessie O. Marcus Miami Beach chapter; Mrs. Doran (Eve) Zir.ner, Flamingo chapter; and Robert Rubinstein member. National Children's Cardiac Hospitr'. board of governors, chapter liaison officer. Cardiac Hospital Past Presidents Meet to Set Plans Twenty-three past presidents of Miami area women's chapters of National Children's Cardiac Hospital met last week to discuss special projects to undertake in behalf of th* free, non-sectarian hospital devoted to young heart patients, as the institution's new facilities in the Metropolitan Medical Center near completion. Meeting at the home of Philip Houtz, executive vice president of National Children's Cardiac Hospital, the past presidents were officially welcomed by Mrs. Houtz. Mrs. Leo Robinson, wife of the hospital's president, and Robert Rubinstein, of the hospital's chapUi liaison committee In commenting on the meeting, Rubinstein said that "the experten and dedication in the fight ainst children's heart disease :, pn sented in this group is invaluabli Some of the past presidents have been devoted workers foi National Children's Cardiac Hospital for 20 years or more. Fuire meetings, naming of the committees and specific plans are al• ady underway to make this past presidents' group one of the most effective working auxiliaries that any hospital has ever had." Hope School Fashion Show Coral Gables chapter of Hope School will sponsor a luncheon and fashion show at the Fireside restaurant. 3G22 Coral Way. next Friday noon. Clothes shown will be from ManNorton, and children of members will model frocks from Miami's Children Shop In charge of reservations are Mrs. Charles Sokol and Mrs. J. A. Jason. Honor Mothers Temple Emanu-El will hold itannual Mother's Day service this Saturday morning in the Temple. I)i Irving Lehrman will officiate. Greetings will be extended by Mrs. Elliott Harris, president of the Parent-Teacher Assn. A prayer will he offered by Mrs Sol Goldstein, president ot the Sisterhood. A special tribute to mothers will be made by Sam, son of Mrs Kate Steingart. president of the 1962 confirmation class; Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs Jerry Blank; Lisa, daughKi of Mr. and Mrs. William Gordon; Neisen, son of Mr. and Mrs Julius Kasdin; and Noach, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Yanich. Children of the religious school have been invited to accompanj their parents to the worship service. Flagler Officers To be Installed Flagler-Grana.la Jewish Sisterhood is holding its annual installat:on luncheon at noon on Thursday, May 1". at Westbrooke CountryClub. New president is Mrs. Irving Verdon, who will be installed by City Commissioner Judge Henry Balaban. Other officers are Mrs. Erwin Marshall. Mrs. Elmer Rogers and Mrs David Hertz, vice presidents; Mrs, Louis Bush, recording secretary; Mrs. Joseph Shankman, cor11-ponding secretary, and Mrs. Hy Coverman, treasurer.



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Friday. May 11, 1962 U**tshn*rMlrtn Page 13-A == FROM THE TALMUD J7. CHARITY „(n Deut.. 15:10. /f one give* only the \i-nd word. I jnd spca\s comfortably to the I fie has done true cliantv. for I th not Holy Writ say: "Because I • thu uord it'ill God bless thee"? i • \ ayyikra Rahbah. chap. 34. Bv the side of me poor stands Himself, pleading for His I \cn children. • • %  -ih.it. 50a. %  .iinry is obit ; i: %  %  hut el en v has its limitations. To gn-e all of one's possessions and 10 pauperize oneself is pro%  hited. irim, 50a. R, Al^iba married the daughter • Kalba Sebu'a and the) were vety Elijah cuited then in the of a man An i asljed them %  \cr they could {it • %  him a little k-Zfi J Ite r^ealnt V^V he told -. had given and had %  : : on whit When ih left R. A tarred to "1 IMl lo nol posses ten a liti aw. Vintr "atflm tap) ma? yisp?3n nx nipirnn-^na .nipirnn n^ ^p,n is") ^ D^agi: •aton ,nirraxn nx llWfl? T T • T v •• : i •"WO p /inTDV fin?? nn .]rn ta f&ja flplW a^tf? iTip'rtsn nnnnona a-ti\ nionntfa (i-s-i) nvirx f?3 .^MHJ'SRJ "??a n-uitte 1 (40) o-sanK ntiato nm| I o^rva-inn n^nn rnnsa nitf • T : Judaism is Tree of Life If We Uphold Our Ideals By RABBI DAVID SHAPIRO Hollywood Tempi* Sinai It is traditional to read and study i on the Sabbath during the summer, from Passover to Rosh Hashona, i according to the Sayings of the Fathers, "Pirke Avot." It is in this spirit that I would like to comment on one of the significant verses. Simon, the Just. said. "The world stands on three things: on Torah, on Avodah (the service to God. and on Gemiluth llasadim (acts of loving kindness)." Applying the words of Simon, the Just, I believe that he sought to describe the ideal type of a Jew, or the personality traits which characterize the ideal Jew through the ages The fir-t personality trait which characterized the ideal Jew was Torah. The authentic Jew had a passion for knowledge Love of learning was always a predominant trait of our people, while not every Jew was a scholar, every Jew was engaged ia some form of Jewish study, whether it was the! Bible, the Mishnah, the Talmud, or the Sayings of the Fathers. Avodah. the second personality trait of the Jew. may be interpreted to mean his link with Gcd. The good Jew always linked his life with God. He was a consecrated kind of human being. He lived his life with a purpose — with dedication. He had faith in God and man. He lived with a soul. And. finally, the third characteristic of the authentic Jew was Gemiluth llasadim. He had a deep sense of justice. He had a profound concern for the underprivileged and the disinherited. Throughout the centuries, the Jew lived in many cultures and many lands, whose languages and cultures were different from ours. They all exerted an influence on the Jew and on Judaism. Nevertheless, the eternal things in Jewish life remained permanent. Th intelligence of the Jew remained intact. His thirst for knowledge was never undermined. His soul remained whole. Isolated, oppressed, and always on the run, by all laws of history he should have emerged distorted and full of hatred. Yet he retained an amazing normalcy and, finally, not only his mind and soul, but his heart, as well, remained intact. He retained a deep sense of justice and loving kindness. We Jews believe in beautifying and adorning our religion. But most important of all. let us create authentic ideal and dedicated Jews whose hearts, minds and souls shall express the true qualities of Judaism. Judaism can be a tree of life, a tree of happiness, joy and fulfillment, if we uphold that tree with strength, with loyalty, with love, with self-sacrifice, and with enthusiasm. s r^eligious J-^ife e r v i c e a Information to be included in the Religious Services column mcst be in the News Room a f The Jewish Floridian not later, than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. AH releases received after that time will be returned as proor ot j their lateness. AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ve. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac ever. ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave. Conservative. R. Yusko, president. — • — BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. Cantor William W. Lipson. rlda\ 8:15 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m Bar Mltsvuh Man. son "f Mr. and MM Jainer lliltmi. u GEMS OF WISDOM Experience is more forceftd than •„,,,<—I. ABRAVANEL. I Ton may dispute principles, not j experience. BOERNE. i RABBI DAVID SHAPIRO .. eternal ideals .ntznnn niioto wpg ton nnan nipTrn-Ta pia jen/Ofi -TfTffrJTWf? iso-riai I rtrnpfr nnatf ,mx^m rrg j x-nan .vtepn *1TJ£ nl3: ? \ %  T T • : : •" T 7-nn'? rrixsr *\$ nla^n "•733 nW"inrj nftisn nx .rtTi"Tla •varrfta. (nt/fa mas ma rxsina) TRANSLATION Wiio and the Residents of Israel She had learned the profession in Wizo nursing school attached to ie baby home. Wiio baby homes id kindergartens were set up to ee the mothers who work outside heir homes from the care of their hildren during the>r work. In the World Organization of, Women Zionists (Wizo), ditlerent 1 tvomen from all parts of the world participate. All of them together have been working for 40 years in veloping the cultural and economlc life of the new Israel. Wizo members have established rmanent institutions such as baby homes, dressmaking, domestic sci-: • "ice and agricultural schols. where wish girls learn a vocation winch benefits both them and the State. Women volunteers go out to guide 1 >w immigrants womenfolk in the Qning of a modern home. Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX What is the "canon?" The term canon" is an expression used to denote those books which are officially included in the Bible and regarded as >acred to the exclusion of other books written during the Biblical period which are not regarded as sacred even though some claimed them to be. The term "canon" Is a Greek term which means 'rule." It comefrom .. Hebrew term "kanah which means a "measuring stick or "measuring rod." The ulea being that these books were "measured" or "evaluated" and thai these ••measure up to" the standard of sanctity required ot a Biblical book. The word canon may represent a rule" for the Inclusion .,exclusion of the various books into the Biblical literature. UIIUIUI11 1 i; 11! I:M This pane is prepared in co1 operation with the Spiritual LeadI ers of the Greater Miami Rabbin| cal Assn. RABBI MAX A. 1.IPSCH1TZ Coordinator Contributor: RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFP Gems of Wisdom What is the Apocrypha? The Apocrypha is the term used to refer to those books which were available during the Biblical period which some had claimed to be Holy and which the rabbis had rejcited from inclusion in the Canon. The term Apocrypha" indicates that they were "hidden away" or •kept secret." There are some who claim that this tdle was at. first given to such works as those that were "hidden away" because they coi,Mined a certain mysterious or esoteric content winch was 1, .aided as too profound to be read ( .r communicated by any but the learned and initiated. These uncanonical works were perhaps later hidden away because they were intended to be kept from the masses lest they think thai these loo are Holy or perhaps because 'hey did contain some Holy words so that they could not be discarded as trash—yet they were nol -acred as a whole so as to be included into the canon of the Bible. BETH EL. 500 Sw I fin ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. Friday 6: p.m Saturday 8 SO a.m. National Womrn'a Branch Bauoain Bermnn "The Role "i Women* Branch." BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave. Conservative. Krlda\ S:1.1 p.n <>nej Shabbat hosts: Mi in i Mr* .1 ohen. Saturday m U.ir Mltsvah: Paul, Bon Mr. and Hi Bel 1 8} ndei BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Orthodox. Kaobi H. Louit Rottman. -'" "' 3 M S V'." vah; p 8 m ol Mr and Mrs. Martin Oi t BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tioor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches. BETH RAPHAEL. 13<> NW 3rd ave. Orthodox. Julius Sapero. president. U 6:13 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph P. Rackovsky. HETH TORAH. 164in St. tid NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. -. Friday 6:;n and 8:o p.m. Teachers Sabbath Saturday 9 a.m. Members ,,f the Hebrew HiKh will conduct entire service. CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Strassfeld. CORAL WAV JEWISH CENTER. Conservative. 8755 SW 1th st;. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. Friday 6:4:i and 8:30 p.m. Sermon: -Motherhood and Priesthood.Saturday S : %  m. Bar Mltsvah: Brad, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Goodman. DAOE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. Friday 8:18 P.m. Israeli Independence Day service. Sermon: "Israel J ne Life of the American Jew." Saturday %  •SO 1 in Sermon: "Portion of the Week" Bar Mltsvah: Clifford, son Of Mr. and Mrs. Muivin SeilUcs. FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi. Conservative. Samuel Hollander, president. Cantor George Goldberg. Friday B:J0 p.m Saturday s:30 a.m. HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 th St. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross. HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson St. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th ter Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. — • — KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seif. FYidas ''• 1 P '" Saturda; .,, "Portl 'ii of •!'• v 1 ek. MIAMI HEBREW*CONGREGATION. 1101 SW 12th ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein. I rldaj i Sa' irdaj 5:1a a.m The Btern il R %  1 Wisdom 1nof to be obtained | m text boo;j but mtwi be carped out of humdn experience m the (lame of life. M. R. COHBN. Experence is a ; A •''% %  '"' %  nu; the feel are ': % % % %  :sl I n thi >ug i,.,,.; • p. I, Mlts> ih N rman, son 01 Mi. and Urs Harold fun t. TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr. So. Miami. Reform. P1D1 Herbert Baumgard. CantoCharles Kodner. Frld i^ s %  P "' Mother's Dai i< r\i,... Sermon A Jewish Travelogue. Rabbi 1 iard Schofer. Satui lay 11:15 0 in Bai '' tsvah Steven, son ,,f Mr and Mi s I'aul Jablon. TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. F |da> 1:15 pr Sermon "Pi by Ben Hei hi Saturdaj 10 15 a m. — • — TElv.PLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Reconstructionist. H a r 1 I Morns Skop. Cantor Herman Cottheb. .. m %  noti w '• 1 1 1 .,, the Menial Health P TEMPLE BETH SKO'.OM. 4144 Chase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronisn. Cantor David Conviser. TEMPLE B-NATSHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabb. Henry B. Werniek. Friday Ms P.m. Sermon: "Mother." Saturda> 9:30 a.m. TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1701 Waahington ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th at. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. Friday :1S l>-m. Sermon: -'Judaism is :i rhanxiiiB Religion. — • — TEMPLE JUDE. 320 Palermo ave. Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet. TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. Frldaj S:15 p.m. Saturday f urn Btr> „„,„ %  -The Portion of the Week. Bar Mltsvah: Jeffrey, son of Mr. and. Mr-. N01 man H I*TOI • TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th st. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Samuel Gomberg. Frlda\ B:t8 p.m. Bermon: "Thr Pr.ni? ,.. pones The Awakening of Spring !.i\ s:i". ,\ in Bar Mltsvah: Eric, ..,11 ol Mrs Theresi Qarson and Ben • tarson. TEMPLE S:NAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Frldav 8:15 i> m. s -i i ; en lui • %  1 bs NYFTY in honor of Mother's Day. — • — TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Cantor Albert Glantz. TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Leo Heim. .in s. rmon "W •• Banna %  ,. /; n .-.nn daj a in %  ; p i..„ of the Law. e — TEMPLE ZAVORA. 44 7amora ave. Conservative. Seymour Hinkes. cantor. — e %  TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th st. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Krlilax R :". > p m Sermon: uaj ana I Ones; Bhabbat h.,-is Mi and Mrs .l.nk Deutchman in honor of Rabbi and Mrs Alfn I Wnxman Sal irda> B 0 m Bar Mltxvah Zavle, son of Morris Newinark. YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conservitive. Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu. j v 16 p in. Sermon "Wishful Thinking ana R 1 Baturdaj 9 Bai Mltsvah Matthew, son of \i ilrs. Si inley Cohen • — YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 t. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. %  BMBMMnWilllimillltlll CANDLEUGHTMG TfMf 6:43 p.m. — 7 Iyorr



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Page 2-A >>• &f *# %  FhrtdRar) Friday, May H, \$A Change of Venue Sought By Terrorist Tr'o Here Continued frem Paoe 1-A to prove they were pla-.n'rtg to dynamite the home of William C. Baggs, editor of T>.c Mfami News. Gersteln, him soli, was to be the special assassinai target of Branch. Also marked for di nth by the trio were Jack Gordon, member of the Dade County Board of Public Instruction: Samuel Kriedland. chairman of the board, Food Fair. Inc.: and William D. MALCOLM FRIEDMAN Asst. Attorney General Honored Malcolm H. Friedman, newly-app mted Special Assistant Attorney General for the State of Florida. \\s honored at a recent function here in Kossuth Hall sponsored by local Hungarian civic groups. Sponsors included the First Hungarian United Church. Kossuth Civic Center. Independent American Hungarian Jewish Civic Assn.. Hungarian American Jewish Club. Hungarian Women's Guild, and Kossuth Youth Club. At the affair, Friedman was given a Key to the City of Miami by Commissioner David Kenneoy. Guest speaker at the function \ ;i. I'.S Rep. Dance Fascell. of the 4th Congressional District. Program included Maj. Lawrence Feld man in the Pledge ei Allegiance; ( escalation, Circuit Court Judae riulip Goldman; and an acknowledgement by the honoree. Friedman is a graduate of the University of Miami law school, and attended Miami Senior High School, He is affiliated with his own firm. Southern Title Assoc. in Coral Gables. The new appointee is married. and he and his wife. Donna Lee. live at 9021 SW 48th si. .. I rmer State Road Board clrettnvan, and executive of the Royal Castle fcod chain. Brdneh. 25. oi 323 W 12fli st.. \b. it :i city water works em[>' lyec. and was charged with "placing and discharging deadly %  vi'-" at the Shoem iker 'lome. i!e was also accused of rting dynamite and with torses i of explosives. Accordi the State Attorney's office, he charge carries a possible life sentence, with a minimum term of 20 years Bab?y. 37. of 3711 SW 26th ter., ialto a city water works employee Victer. 50. of 3655 NW 12th >: is an electrician. Both were charged with transporting and n of explosives. These cl arges carry 10-year maximum tei ms. Br: %  • I • %  %  as so: al $25,000, the two at $15,000 each. B immediately posted for the Ihn and speculation is rather cl rive h re on how this was Branch and Bab :• I • • ample, draw S305 a cil employees B th • fired bj City Managi i Mi l\ in Reese. On? of rfctlr attorneys, Walter Gv/ir.n meenwhtte, late last week reported that he had personally received t'lrsateniryj phone calls following announcement that he would defend the trio. Gwinn, perplexed, explained he was "a personal friend of Mr. Gerstein." The move for change of venue came Monday, when t'rwmn and Fred C. Davant told Criminal Court Judge Williams that it would nm be possible tor their clients to %  < ceive a fair and impartial trial In Dade county. Judge Williams promptly declared that he would post pom lecision until Friday. A threatening, noisy, crowded courtroom seemed to substantiate Gwinn's contention. Eichmann Won't Tag Criminals Continued from Page 1-A ported this week that Fiehmann told his wife during their meeting ihat a terrible wrong had been done to the Jewish people and everytMng Sh iild be done to prevent a repetition. "Anti-Semitism," Eichmann declared, according to thi paper, "is a terrible mistake, and anti-Semitic movements sh >uld no longer be all wed. A terrible wrong has been none to the Jewish people. Whai ha s hap pened cannot be undone, but everything should be done to prevent a repetition. HCKntkJ GUIRNTIR Temple Judea Elects Gelernter New President Herbert Gelernter was this week elected president of Temple Judea in Cor.ii Gabies, He succeeds Ben Fssen to the post Others elected at a meeting hell in the congregation were Victor Reiter first vice president; William Weissel, second vice president. Joseph Klein, secretary; and Albert Jacobson, treasurer Members of the board ol tors an • Vdl< r. Dr, I Balbi r, ,i.i. n an Tildi i enblum. Alan Josi ph Srel Iz. Marvin Alexandi r Milli r Si Richman, and Sam Weissel Gelernter is a past president of i Judea, having sem I in tins capacity the 195152 yi ar He ia past president of the ( oral Gables Citizens Committee. past Coral Gables chairman of the Combined Jewish Appeal, and a graduate cf boih Syracuse Unlver sity :>nd Harvard University law school He attended New York University school of engineering, and assisted with the Army Corps of Engineers during World War II. He is a member of the Bar of the State of New York and of the Society of Military Engineers. He is also a member of the commit tee for a swimming pool code for the City of Coral Gables and of the board of directors of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Student Wins Cancer Award Elaine R. Bass, 17. a stu lent at Miami Senior High School, was recently awarded a JloO scholarship In the State Seier.ce Talent Search conducted at Pensacola Junior Coltoge and sponsored by the Florida Foundation tor Future Scientists, The special award waallocated by the Florida DivnV-. of the American Cancer Society Miss Rass was also a member of the Westinghouse honors group in the Westinghouse Science Talent Search, received a Merit Letter of Commendation from the Merit Scholarship Corp.. and won a Heart Assn. summer scholarship award. •Top Teen of the Week" m the Miami Herald, she has also been accepted to work in research in the field of biochemist rj at the University of Miami under Dr. Albert R. Krall. A member of the Spanish National Honor Society. Miss Bass served as president of thi soeiet) the past semester. She is also member of Mu Alpha HlBta. n.i tional mathematics h n< rar> society, national "Beta." an honor service club. Tri Alpha .i scholastic honorary group, ill soon graduate from huh school, fourth in a class of 885. TENSE NERVOUS HEADACHES call for STRONGER Yet SAFER ANACiN Won't Upset The Stomach Anacin* not only Rive* ttronger, t utor relief from rain of headache at li alao taftr. Won't upset the atemaeh and has no bad effects. You •ee, Anacin ii like a doctor's preacription. That is, Anacin contains not jut one bat • combination of medically proven, active ingredient*. Scientific research has proved no tins'* drug can jive such strong yet •uch % %  relief as Anacin Tablet*. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS INC 1141 M.W. 10th AM. FB 3-7U0 Mav yeur roof repaired new: you wHI II.I on i now roof ittor "Satisfactory Work oy Experienced Men" UAR Threatens French Ties Continued from Page 1-A be the breaking off by France | its close ties with Israel. The newspaper presented a \,A i.f problems "which rauil he ^1 Ued" before diplon atic relation! •an be resumed. fJn. was the -cil linuous influx of French arms fal [svael which are used aqaiastgfl r'Rhts of the people o{ I'alestusl and a'eainst all the Arab" Another was thattitude A Prance touara arrangement of il special agreement linking Nrnjl v\:th the European Common Mar, ket, thus opening t.i Israel ;h I main gate to enable n to accediI to Africa's markets." TERMITES SWARMING? call fa L0N6-DISTANCI MOVERS DAILY PICK-UPS New York, New Jersey. Philadelphia, Baltimore, Wosbinetea, Boston — all other points. DIAL JE 8-8353 M. Lleberman & 5om 455 COIONS AVI. MIAMI BEACH RETURN LOAD RATES LET'S MAKE ISRAEL ECONOMICALLY SECURE Bt/r rHf SAFEST BONDS ISRAEL BONDS and GIVE TO THE CJA MAYSHIl ftlEDBlRG T^GUST BROS Rvr r Is the BEST' 'peiiar/tn^Smtpv l-w Kabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky &f 45 MICHIGAN AVF_, MIAMI BEACH Phono n 1-3595 ROOF LEAK? C A L L VICTOR CONN Let us repair it or apply a new one. For free estimate phone: Or ACME ROOFING CO. JE 8-7255 INSURANCE — ^. ONE STOP AGEN'Vf ^n |% JIWILBY—PUBS— MISCELLANEOUS PLO K_JB^ At JTOMOIILE LIAIILITY PHYSICAL DA ^^Cjfmr LlmlH te meet roar eeee"! §^^V eWiCt PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS FASHION CENTER OF THE SOUTH Largest Selection in Latest Styles for Men and Women MM PARKING SPACE IN REAR CONVENIENT TO BUSES 728 LINCOLN ROAD (On the Mall) Phone JE 80749 OCULISTS' PRESCR'PT'ONS THUD CONTACT lf\S£S "Progressing with Our Many Satisfied. Customer*" AN0THII LOCATION FOB YOU! CONVENIENCE COULTON BROS. -AtT" %  "MAtfltr" • "HAT" T0U1 TMACO BOY! Coral Way & S.W. 27th Avt. 840 S.W. 8th Si. WE INSTALL GLASS VOMI EYKMtY PURPOSE STORE FRONT PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS furniluro Tops, Bowled Mirrort and Kesilverina Our Specialty -\ L. & G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS dQ&ErZefr 136 S.W. 8th ST. Atorrii OrlBj Phono FR MM] A FAMILY TRADITION Basetl i '/''" Dtdiciiion to lerwct the uitimsle m Comisii SO frsrs ol linenfsct Mosrwsdern f*cii.e PerjonilirtH !lo"li ins Carr to DetJil MEMORIAL CHAPELS I'th l Alton Rd MIAMI BEACH 1250 Normand, Or. JEfferson 1-1151 Douob.Rd...svv l-,t,s, MIAMI HI3-J221 A^ll % relOlrectOf Abe E,it >rg e Leonard Ziloert %  •' Qenh*l f



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fcdoy. May 11. 1962 +Je*lsti FkrMictn Page 9-A 'SB V iifc : PI %  ,_ •_ j" 4| 1J V"3 ir>^*3B JI fell ~% > MM^MMMMUa^ 12 £ • ^ %  %  1 .**r**wv*n .3 Ir i Mtts-~2 "iT '^F*•'^IdfTj^ £-'<*' t 4 )ii i J V, v ,^Bw***** ra^'f" atf v rW '*• *'**.• %  ? ^4i ** *jk .a^j* t -A. rt,V yi \ t-v i vZV K-'Isr* .• %  ^i ^^fl • :^ & <* %  $§ ( &£5 If 3F' vj r v.CONTRIBUTION TO AN IDEAL r/ie Z/o/7/5f Movement On the Anniversary Of Israel's Statehood Ul Jt I Ooer "q of the 25th Zionist Congress at the of Israel independence. Zionist supporters see National Convention Hall. Binyanei Ha'ooma, the movement's purposes as vital as ever, in Jerusalem. (December, 1960.) After 14 years Israel Launches Fourteenth Anniversary by MOSHE RIVLIN Among the multifarious activities in which the Zionist Movement engaged in the past year. the problem of aliyah doubtlessly occupied the central place. Large waves of immigration from a series of countries arrived to the shores of Israel. The Zionist Movement engaged in organizing such aliyah. in securing the initial absorpttOl) of the immigrants in their homeland and in enlisting the support of World Jewry for the continuation of this work. This situation found expression in the budget of the Jewish Agency which was called upon to allocate larger sums Eor the purpose of immigration, absorption and housing. Thus during the financial year 1961 62. over double the Cc'itinued from Page 8-A • • lestoni ... Isra< I's cultural fe Common Market Th< success of Israel's efforts %  • pen ties of friendship with the members of the mteniation.il community was indicated by a number of official visits by leaders of governments in Europe and Africa, and by numerous forI ign study missions and delegations The contact between Israel and other nations was further enhanced by the visits to Europe. North America and Burma by Prime Minister Ben Gurion, to Scandinavia and the Far East by Foreign Minister Golda Meir. and to North America and the European Common Market countries by Finance Minister Levi Eshkol. Israel's fourteenth year will .so be remembred for the announcement of the Governments [new economic program which de,' valued the Israel pound to the rate of three pounds to one United States dollar and abolished the sj stem of multiple exchange rates v huh had been .n effect hitherto. At tht same time, the government announced the elimination of export subsidies, cancelled import cust< n s on nearl) all raw materials and reduce i levies on most othei items The :cess of the new policy which a.designed I i stabilize the eci imy and to prepare man ifacturers for the competitive conditions of the European Common Market, would e| end on preventing excessive i:i the c >-' ivtng on the one hand and '.he willingness of : to refrain from demands lor ,_, increasi in the other. Both the Histadrut and the Merchants' Association pledged their cooperation holding back inflationary pressures The Government also took measures to protect the nation'.farmerand new immigrant hi Iders of linked housing loans who would otherwise have been hard hit by the devaluation. Ambitious Undertakings While the nation began to gird itself to the readjustments which an association with the European Common Market would inevitably cause, the economy continued its rapid growth. Tourism, winch has become the most important earner ol foreign currency, continued its remarkable Increase and was matched by the expansion of tourist facilities. One of the factors contributing to spiraling tourist statistics was the number of international conferences which selected Israel as their locale Israel's merchant fleet continued to expand, and weighed in at more than one-half m.llion tons, almost all of which represents modern vessels. Growing Pains for Growth Continued from. P.go *' A ized manpower. In one way, the increased immigration directly aggravated a manpower shortage, that for building workers. With the radical revision upward of housing plans for 1961. it was possible to obtain additional funds by imposing special taxes on the already well-taxed citizens; howeven, to obtain the workers to put up the houses, no such simple solution was available. New sources of manpower had to be sought. recruited, and trained—including Beduin with little industrial experience. A top-level governmental committee was set up with the responsibility of postponing any new public construction which threatens to use manpower needed for the housing program. It was decided not to interfere with private housing construction which, though more expensive than public housing. does directly contribute to relief Buying Citrons (Esrogim) at the Sukkot Market in Tel Aviv. of the country's housing needs. Underlying the reduction in unemployment and growth of manpower shortages was a continuation of the rapid pace of economic growth in Israel. Compared with 1960. the value of all goods and services produced in Israel in 1961 was up by 9 per cent (gross national product at fixed prices). Of course, there was not a 9 percent growth in each separate branch of the economy. The agricultural output was up by only 5 percent. Industrial output was up by 15 percent. From the viewpoint of the future of the economy, the rate of investment is even more important than the rate of production. In 1961. the value of all investment was 13 percent higher than in 1960: we ploughed back more than one fifth of all the resources at our disposal during the year. Investment in transport was up most — by one-third — over the amount invested in 1960. These investments took the form of import of ships and aircraft, local production as well as import of commercial vehicles, and work in the new port of Ashdod. Investment in equipment and machinery was higher than in 1960 by 17 percent. In some cases, stich investment reduced the needs for manpower dramatically, as in the import of cotton-picking machines. Investment in housing was up by 14 percent; in this field most of the investment was in local labor or in locally produced materials. The high rate of import of ships and aircraft—important though it was for future earnings — had a serious immediate impact on Unbalance of payments during 1961. Largely because of the weight of these expensive imports, the value of all imports in 1961 was higher than in 1960 by 13.5 percent; meanwhile, the value of all exports went up by only 12.5 percent. "amount allocated in the previous year had to be devoted to these Item m the budget, and in the coming financial year the Jewish Agency will have to allocate still larger sums for this purpose. The day will doubtlessly come when one will be able to make public the story of the devotion, courag\ perseverance, organizational ability and warm-heartedness that combined in this splendid work of organizing aliyah. wmch is the very breath of life of the Zionist Movement. Those who chanced to be travelling in the ships or planes that brought the immigrants to the shores of Israel were able to catch a glimpse of these wonderful exploits. Visitors to Israel also had an opportunity of witnessing the devoted and unselfish work carried out by the hundreds of members of the Jewish Agency's Absorption Department throughout the country. Many sessions were devoted by the Jewish Agency Executive to a discussion of the complex network of problems connected withj aliyah and absorption, and not least that of enlisting the aid f World Jewry so as to be able to meet the urgent needs ot aliyafi and absorption. This onerous tasie has been undertaken by the new Board of Governors ol the Keren Hayesod headed by Dr. Israel Goldstein, an I news has read I us from a number of countries of tangible increases in donations. Special mention should be made of the efforts now being undertaken in Great Britain to raise a sum of I£3 m. for this yeai > campaign as against I£2m last year. From other countries, too, news has come ot considerable increases in campaign procei In plain troth, however, it %  :n that the Jews in a ni mbi r ol countries are no, tributing I ai ex enl comi rate with their actual it" ntialities Th< Zionist Federal i look upon the campaign as a principal ... i integral part of their work; donations must be considerably increased and larger num. herol donors must be em ssed. Nor must one allow the work to fall into routine. A all one must not allow people to continue at the same low level of giving as may. perhaps, have i een just.tied years ago, bus which is out of all proportion today to both needs and the abilities of the donors. One more thing. Reality hart shown that wherever the Zionist Federation shoulders responsibility for the campaign, and actually undertakes the work of collection, evincing efforts for the expansion of the activities, the Federations themselves grow in strength and gain for themselves a prominent Continued on P9 10-A ( Prime' Minister of Denmark. V. Kampmann, and Mrs. Kampmann leave the Jerusalem Town Hall. (Nov. 1. 1961.) Denmark's heroic struggle to save her Jewish population during the Nazi occupation oi World War II has made this Scandinavian nation a source of adulation for Israelis, as well as Jew3 throughout the world. -i



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Pan* IfLA Pag 12-B >Jeistfkrkn'*r Friday, May U, 1952 f/ecf/c/? Day Sees Upset, Comeback, Runoffs Set A long asd c-!mpjci:J ballot. .-lighted fc> H P UII I beavily-eonte*t*d areas. oee C.rcun C:n up• ir*i %  palHiral eonefaacfc m:t Elect.oc L)i; lit Dade c 7"jeidar The bea-. .'!v->rte*.ed rsc ehided '.-. MC %  Dttrtel IhrUj UOMC of Kr;r<--'--: ; ";-.< o*-.-e*r Darid Eldredge and DaaU Fi %  : ... i.the The Circuit Court upset was in G'Ovp 4 where, incumbent Judge Ph.;i,p Goldman, heavily supported here by the Oade County Bar Assn., was defeated when Caty of Miami Vice Mayor Henry Balaben garnered 7,54 tal'ies to •Ve Judge Goldman's seat. The lc:*r scored 54.111. iI %  : • • %  ... .... %  TO Comand En r, 2,901 smathers in a quiet campaign U S. Seni r easily bested his opponents r • ..-. bide county and throughcut Florida. Of 2.000 precincts :.reporting at press t.me. Sen Smathers had 531.119 votes. }:'.opponents included Roger L. Davis, Ft Lauderdale attorney. 7' '.'At, and Douglas R. Voorhees. of Miami Shores. 33.977 In Dade county, Sea. Smathers' final tally i? !22.119 over 7,110 for Voorhees and 18.014 for Davis. In contests for Florida Legislatrre, incumbent George Hollahan < ssily beat Samuel Blair in Group I, 93.034 to 19,989. In Group 2 it Earl Faircloth, 72.760. over Lee Weissenborn, 35,508. Group 3 saw unbent Cany Mathews defeat Harry Levy by B4.336 to 23.913. In other Circuit Court races, Metro Commissioner Harold Spaet was defeated by Judge William A. Meadows, 18,711 to 39,793 in Group 2. A three-way race in Grcup 5 found incumbent Judge Ralph O. Culien the victor with 54,842 to Senior Metro Judge Jack M. Turner's 33,278 and 27,570 for Max Kogen, a former Assistant State Attorney. There will be a runoff in this race on May 29. In Group 3, Civil Court, Judge J. Gwyn Parker, 53,364, defeated David M. Turner 42.421 In Criminal Ccurt, Group I, it Mas incumbent Judge Gene Williams. 40,305, to .Jim Rainwater's 45.196. In Group 2. Criminal Court. Judge Jack A. Falk defeated Paul Baker by 52.394 to 35.790. In the County Commission races, District 1. it was Robert Brake. 9.434, second spot, Mrs. Mary Ann MacKenzie, 3.303; and also-rans, ROOFING CO. Y M Y.ori la Miami %  •oat Dtatarfoblllty Re-roofing 4 Repairs All Type Roofs — Since 1920 AST FOR FREE ESTIMATES ON HOOFING Phone FR 3-6244 I ,i v w 01d Milwaukee HENRY E. MANGELS CO. 3550 N.W. 58th ST. Miami, Florida Gene Fiir.n. 2.430: Reuben Guber15*5 H'rb*-Moodwi.". 2.465. Forres Usurer. 3.013: I Tommy" i.v.n..UTS; "d R:chard ZMB Ml There .!! be a Brake MacKt.-.z.e ruDoff here May 29. net 2: Tjuer was Ncrth M:a.~i Mayer T-.T. Saa Q lal .%  ere Sass : %  rge MacLea4 2-: B. L PitId W Rainey 3 ~..~ SnU : • • %  : Th mI an Chappe!!. 5.606. %  is Joseph A Boyd. 9.552 and -.%  __ District 4 will have a runoff on Wjy N between incumbent Commissioner Walter Weiss, 4,475; Celebration He!d For Beech Youth B. son '.ami haoccupied pulpit.-. :.d the Uniti j Guests inclu led veral ra!: from the Hebrew Academy, where a student: Can" r Sol Rashin, who conducted the Passover services at the hotel; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schwartz, co-manager of the hotel; and all the guests of the hotel. Mr. and Mrs. M Polishuck, close friends of the Ai-enstadts, came from Dallas, Tex., for the occasion. and Hufhlan Long, 3.47t. Other$ in this race were K. D. Castleberry, 3,470; and Wade Thompson, 1,391. In District 5. Metro Commissioner Alex Gordon defeated his chalMiami Beac.i Vice Mayor in Englander, 6.505. to Gorlot 5 7.104 ; District, it Dt Arthur Pat670; to James W. High's 12,:*-:2 Others were Branch Paxton, Walt) r Ruck;. 1.377. : the Peace I i : net 5. Jason B< rl jmbenl li : ated Joseph Malek, 1.999 1 • races. Dis tl.il i %  George O. Harris. 33.886; and Joseph S. Paglino. 10,429. District 2: Incumbent Helene J. Yosloh. an easy victor. 56,789, over John J. Quinn. 38.240. District 3: A six-man race, with incumbent Eunice P. Anderson, 3e,06S; Holmes Braddock, 25,5*6; David Hume, 18,807; Arthur G. Phillips, 13,937; Harry W. Spisak, 7,705; and Carl L. Libby, 2,400. In the race for Constable. Distr.ct 1. John w Gilbert. 10.594. faces a runoff with Marvin "Red ,-tma', 8.849. In District 2. 3.951. will face Ernest C. Allen. 3,167, in the May 29 run:: For Navigation Commissioner. %  Stanley Goldberg appeared av 0u in front with 29.600 to lead hi, n "' ; est opponent. Harvey H BaUr" 18440. WELL KNOWN MUSIC DIRECTOR I CHORAL CONDUCTOR Available f.r Temple position. •est of References. P.O.B. 1537, Miami Beach 39 VIEW OF THE NEW DORAL CLUB OF MIAMI Many telegrams and messages of %  %  • n • %  1 11 %  rf n -J.-a tood wishes were received, among Leading DUllCier HOlSUm fMCtl President them one from Rabbi and Mrs Benjamin Shandalov, of Kansas City Behind DOTOl Clllb Kiddush and luncheon were unoer the personal supervision of Jack Schwarz. Rosen to Get UAHC Award Leonard Rosen, chairman (if the board of directors of the Hebrew idemy of Miami Beach, will receive the 1962 president's award (I the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations o| America at a dinner to be held Sunday at the Hotel Pierre in New York City. Announcement of the award was made by Moses I. Feuerstein. national president of the organization, and will be given to the Jewish leader who has performed "outstanding service to his congregation and his community during the year." Active in both local and national philanthropic causes. Rosen is chairman of Miami's Over-the-Top drive of the Combined Jewish Appeal He is also a member of the Ixiard of directors of Beth Jacob Congregation in Baltimore. Md., v.here he formerlv resided. Alfred L. Kaskel. builder, owner and president of the new multimillion dollar Doral Country Club c! Miami, came to the United States 40 years ago from his parents' tenant farm in Poland to rise rapidly to the position of nationally-known builder and land deve.'oper. Today he is one of the nation's leading builders of hotels, commercial buildings, apartments and shopping centers, and recently his Carol Management Corporation announced a new 5200,000,000 three-year building program. Carol Management Corporation is om of the largest owner-operators of real estate in New York. Primarily concerned with multiple housing, Carol is estimated to have in excess of 12.000 tenants in its buildings in the Metropolitan area. Its projects range from low-middle class to exclusive cooperative structures. Most of its past building has been in the Forest Hills Kew Gardens area. From the war-torn areas of Poland where he was born. Kaskel brought his three brothers and a Bister to the United States, raising them to become American citizens. The builder %  developer received Robert E. Olivers was elected president of Holsum Bakers, of Fuchs Baking Co.. at a recent board of directors meeting of the company. Announcement was made by George If. Wilson, chairman of the board. Olivers "ill fill th<' vacancy caused by the recent death of Luther L. Chandler. Olivers recently celebrated his 25th year w.th the bakery. He previously held the post of vice pres ideill a: :.' ral D ..: Accident Group Elects Officers Announced this week were off (era of the Greater Miami Accident and Health Assn. John P. Tottenhoff is prc'ident for the year 1962-63. Harry Levy is chairman of the board. 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"Jewish Floridian Volume 35 — Number 19 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Miami, Florida. Friday. May 11. 1962 Two Sections — Price 2t> .S. to Offer Nasser $200 Million SENSATIONAL CASE UNFOLDS IN MIAMI State Attorney to Try To Head Off Change Of Venue Plea Here FOR RELATED STORIES PAGE 11-A Dade County State Attorney Richard E. Gerstein and his office were set this week to return to the courtroom of Criminal Court Judge Gene Williams on Friday to fight a move for change of Yenue in the case of Don W. Branch, Mike Babey, and George Victer. The trio were late last week imWarnings by Congressional Leaders Unheeded as Loan And Surpluses Off to UAR plicated in a fantastic plot and sensational expose involving proposed bombings of Greater Miami ^.ynagogues; the assassination of Gerstein, along with other leaders of the Jewish community here; and ties to George Lincoln Rockwells American Nazi Party, of Arlington. Va. The three men were exposed on the heels of the •bombing" of Congregation Anshe Emes, a small -ynagogue whose members include mainly elderly persons, which meets in a renovated house at 2533 SW 19th ave.. Miami. Branch, Babey, and Victer have been charged with being part of a "Minute Men" hate group here and with participation in the bombing of the home of Don Shoemaker, editor of The Miami Herald, on Feb. 18. Dade State Attorney Gerstein has also declared that there is evidence Continued on Page 2-A RICHARD E. GfRSTEfN SOURCE Of BOND FUNDS QUESTIONED Rightist Group and Nazi Party Linked to Terrorists The activities of the president of Florida States Rights, Inc.. an extreme rightwing group here, may 1:1 part explain the rapidity with which bond was raised for Donald i Branch, Mike Babey. and George Victer. Two of the trio, subsistance-paid l city employees, and the third a 1 self-employed electrician, came up with $55,000 in bond money immediately as Criminal Court Judge Gene Williams set the bail figure Thursday. Bond-man Del Hoskins said he h^d put up the sum himself without his usual 10 percent commission on the word of Fred C. Davant and Walter Gwinn. defense attorneys, that the fees would be paid. The Florida States Rights executive is J. H. Keathley, who lists himself as a home builder at 825 NW 14th ct., Miami. According to Keathley, the Miami branch of the organization "meets at various places" every Monday night. "Sometimes we bring in a speaker, and sometimes one of our group leads a discussion among ourselves." WASHINGTON — (JTA) — Ig-, During Senatorial warnings against strengthening the United Arab Republic's "dangerous policy ot exterminating Israel," the Administration here was proceeding this week with plans to bolster the L'AR's economy with a massive j "package" of assistance. Included in the "package" are plans for a loan by the international j consortium, of $200,000,000; the sale of a vast quantity of U.S. agri-1 cultural surpluses, amounting per haps to as much as another $100,j 000.000; and the furishing to the I Egyptian Government of largej scale American technical assistance. The move to warn the United states against Egypt's use of such broad help for the purposes of trying to destroy Israel was spearheaded by Sen. Kenneth Keating, New York Republican. In a letter to Secretary of State Dean Rusk, followed by a speech on the floor of the Senate, Keating demanded that the AdminisContinuedon Page 12-A Egypt Aims To Break Up France, Israel PARIS—(JTA)—With the Algerian problem on the way to solution, France was scheduled to begin talks soon with Egyptian diplomats for renewal of diplomatic ties. President Nasser hopes to induce the French to end their close and friendly ties with Israel, but most French experts doubt this will happen. "At Goumhuriya," Nasser's of. ficial newspaper, said flatly in an editorial that the principal condition for such resumed Franco-Egyptian ties, broken off in the 156 Sinai campaign, would Continued on Page 2-A One Jew Killed and Many Hurt As Algeria Violence Flares Up VIEW FUTURE WITH APPREHENSION PAGE 6-A SONNABIND ELECTED PRESIDENT Bobby Views Civil Rights Issues at AJComm. Meet "we have memour state." He By Special Report %  Ori/ci) endenc > 7. eatnr9* the race for outer space, the race [or equality, if not for superiority, NEW YORK — Attorney General ,, nuclear weapons." Robert F. Kennedy has asserted ; ]n g speec h here Saturday eve here that the advancement of civil ning wn ich stressed the importance rights at home "is as important as „ f c vi i rights issues in "a period of perilous cold war." Attorney General Kennedy declared, "if we are to be leaders in the struggle for freedom and social progress for I all American." The Attorney General linked the civil rights struggle to the problem of national "vigor" in this way: "In these times, we r.esd the vigor and the faith of every American as we seek to advance the cause of freedom in a period of perilous cold war. To thwart thousands of our fellow Americans from participating fully in the process of our government is to weaken that vigor and to dilute their faith, an we cannot afford it." Kennedy was the guest of honor and principal speaker at the 55th Continued on Page 5-A A series of worldwide events will mark the 14th anniversary of Israel's Independence, which was pro• nounced on the 5th day of the Hebrew month of Iyar in 1948. This days falls on May 9 in 1962. and to cel-brate the occasion. The Jewish Floridian presents in its current issue a number of interesting and informative articles. See Pages 8 to 10-A. Keathley said, bership all over said the organization is a "private group" founded in 1954, following the Supreme Court ruling on desegregation. Keathley has now .ndicated thai he intends to come up with the legal fees for the accused. Also planning to help is American Nazi Party leader George Lincoln Rockwell. According to Rockwell. Branch is not a member of the party who. he said, never returned the party's application fee and form sent him. Declared Rockwell from the party's organization in Arlington, Va : "If he is guilty, we'll assist the Continued on Page 7-A PARIS — (JTA) — One Jew was killed, seven were injured seriously, and a number of others were lii.it when Moslems opened a series Of attacks against the Jewish quarter of Oran. Algeria, last weekend. according to authoritative news that reached here and caused grave concern among French Jews. The fight.ng started early Friday night when snipers and other marauders belonging to the FNL, the Moslem independence movement. drove through the Jewish quarter, firing at random at homes and passersby. In this initial attack, at least three Jews were seriously wounded and a number of others night, jusl as the Fohd Social Ju.t were Injured. Willie, the central French Jewish we Hare organization, convened here marauders, driving down one of the main streets of the Jewish section, Boulevard Joffre. The defenders opened fire, killing four of the five men in the car, wounding the fifth. Almost immediately, crowds of Arabs flowed into the Jewish quarter, brandishing rifles, pistols, knives and metal bars. The invaders were driven back but not before at least four others were seriously injured and one Jew, Elie Dijian, 64, a retired school teacher, had been murdered. The news came here MondaySunday morning, defense units cornered another car of FLN Continued on Page 12-A Eichmann Refuses to Tag Criminals JERUSALEM (JTA' Adolf Eichmann received a visit in Ram leh prison this week from Magistrate Yehuda Weiss who tried, unsuccessfully, to question the prisoner about Nazi war crime collaI borators awaiting trials in Vienna and Belgrade. The Austrian and Yugoslavian Governments had requested the questioning of the ex-Gestapo colonel, who is awaiting disposition by I the Israel Supreme Court of his conviction and death sentence by the Jerusalem District Court for lirecting the annihilation of 6.000.oOO European Jews. Vienna and Belgrade authorities feel that Eichmann may throw further light on the activties of the men charged wih war crimes in Austria and Yugoslavia. However, Eichmann refused to answer Magistrate Weiss' questions under the pretext that his appeal is still pending. Minister of Police Behor Shitreet said that, in prison, Eichmann is maintaining an unemotional posture. "He showed no emotion whatever," said Mr. Shitreet, "when he >poke to his wife on the occasion ol hi> wife's visit to him last week. That man must be stronger than steel." Maariv. an afternoon daily, reContinued on Page 2-A



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Friday, May 11. 19B2 vJewist Hart/Man Page 7-B Kennedy Lauds B'nai B'rith Convention As Trieanfel Set to Mark 1.19th Birthday By Speil Report WASHINGTON — PresWenl Kenthis tt'O'k commended the 119reeord of B'nai B'nth corau;. .\ services as a -positive and motive force lor a good pa.I history of our nation." a letter to B'nai B'nth presiI.ahcl A. Kalz. in which he l,d his groettegs to B'nai th triennial convent .on deleKennedy lauded the Jev isfa Ice organisation I r II long I ..„,., and wide range of inter is. The five-day convention of MI delegates and guests op ins Saturday evening. "For 119 years, by its cultural, educational, phiUnthreoic and ctvic enterprises, by its programs to strengthen civil liberties and the rights of free men. ar.d by its specialiied youth activities, B'nai B'rith has contributed in durable measure to our national we'fare," President Kennedy declared. Thirty-five states and the District ol Columbia arc repres >nted among lh< delegates, as well as Canada. Latin America. Great Britain and liel I.I. continental Europe and Israel. in his statement, President Kennedy said that voluntary organizatioi such as B'nai B'rith "are an essential part of a free society." complementing the activities ot • overnment. "At ;his critical period in our li ry. ihere ineed for a reevali lion i free men ol th sir dedication to the ideals of personal liberice lor all, and freetunit}." he wrote the les, adding: "I am certain •• • (• '.' herations of this convention will be in thai spirit." Convention theme is "Securing he Future Among the principal speakers who will explore various .1 ets of the theme are Senate Majority Whip Hubert H. Humphrey. •t M'nnesota; Sen. Jacob K. Javits, t New York: Ambassador Philip >!. Klutznick, U.S. representative | %  ) the United Nations Economic md So< ial Council, and a former i international president of B'nai B'rith; playwright Dore Senary; Rbbbi Morris Adler. of Detroit, a fading Jewish scholar: and Label A. Katz. of New Orleans, international president of B'nai B'rith. The covention also will honor Dr. Jonas E. Salk, discoverer of the polio vaccine. He will be cited for hit research in preventive medicine. It will also mark the 25th anniversary of Maurice Bisgyer, ot Washington, D.C., executive vice president of B'nai B'r.th. as the Organisation's chief administrative officer. A major issue of the business Sl -ions will be the report and recommendationof a special evaluat.on committee, headed by Samuel Moskovitch of Montreal, that has completed a detailed three-year selfstudy of B'nai B'rith operations. Rifles' Lsgfcts To Go Cut Here Last performance of "Rifles for Rifke" by the Flagler-Granada Jpwish Center players will be Saturday evening. An original musical comedy dealing with the Cuban situation at a Miami Beach hotel, the show was written by Trixie Levin and Evelyn Mayerson and directed by Ralp'i Marino. Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz (left) and Mrs. Michael Covin, co-chairmen, check Bnal plans for the Beth David Sisterhood installation luncheon to be held Wednesday noon, Mav 23, at the Algiers hotel. A skit entitled, "The Success Story," written by Trixie Levin, will be presented by Sisterhood jnembers. Beth Torah Will Honor Teachers *wwv^^^^^^*********** Members of the faculty of Bett Torah Congregation will be honor ed at festivities marking Yom Hamoroh. Teachers Daj. at services on Friday evening The observance "ill be part of a tribute held in Jewish schools throughout the nation as a mark ol esteem for the religious school teacher. Rabbi Max A LipschiU will devote h"'''''-tiV'"'+' v -V' N**v FOR SALE BEAUTIfUL SKY LAKE AREA HOME 3-bedrooms, 2-bath home, large screened-in patio, luxurious kitchen with built-in oven. Large bedrooms, dining room. Master bedroom, living room and kitchen open out onto patio with sliding glass doers Double carporte. Near 163rd St. Shopping Center. Close to Temple Adath Yeshurun, Temple Beth Torah, Yehudah Moshe. May be seen Saturday or Sunday afternoon. I Phone Wl 5-5704. Please I mention this ad when calling. | To Miamians — Whe Are Specialists in THE ART OF RELAXATION ENJOY THE BEST OF VACATIONS at the Finest Northern Resort :


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friday. May 11. 1962 +Jewist th>rldlimr) Page 7-A 1962 \Rockwell Party Linked to Terrorists c .pui Jewn % %  % "i Da ir ': MM Continued from 1-A ftrrd pul on a propaganda cumpaij; prosecution any way we can. But help "'"' l( )„, ,. being persecuted by (hat Rockwell, silent on the number Jewish prosecutor ("Dade State Atof m mb ers the party has v Ruhard Gerstein). we'll put torncj cul every guy !" have in Florida of members the party has in Florida, has vowed "to organize w'W. M'mi B'h where the state in the next three or four there are a many Jews, will produce a lot of members," he promised. According to Rockwell, "violence '. ... %  •%  • hiis—it hurts us. We've had a lot of experience with Jewish officials who use their position to abuse US," adding that "Jews want us to use violence so that they can arrest us." In another reference to Miami Beach: "We want to thin out the J'us there by getting hold of the Communists and traitors and gasOrchids Go to Ladies An orchid will be presented to each lady attending the Dade Ifeights Jewish Congregation Mother's Day Ball on Saturday night in the Tambourine room of the Carillon hotel. The affair will include music, dancing and enter'ainment. Introducing America's Most Advanced Automobile "You are looking at a new take-off point for the American Automobile. It is the Avanti by Studebaker. Advanced in styling...fast yet safest of alL.outstanding performance and excellent roadability. A prestige car, the Avanti establishes a new standard for pride of ownership/' ^^^^^^ SHERWOOD H EGBERT. PRESIDENT. STUDEBAKER COXrORATION by Studebaker The Avanti is a car to please the senses. It is graceful to the eye and exhilarating to the spirit. It looks different and is different. It combines design and engineer ing features as no other American car does. Admittedly this is a car for the discriminating. It is intended to please individuals desiring an advanced automobile with exceptional performance and great distinction. HERE ARE BUT SOME OF THE AVANTI S EXCITING FEATURFS. Aerodynamic wedge design. Comfortable bucket seats for four adults. __^^________ Disc brakes -caliper type-up front. First American passenger car to use them. Full power assist all four wheels. Vanity case with illuminated mirror built into glo ve locker. •New, unique automatic "Power-shift' transmission—acts as a fully automatic or can be shifted up or down. Choice of high-performance manual transmissions—3 and 4* speed. Complete instrumentation with tachometer and manifold pressure g auge. Aircraft type red instrument illumina* tion for superior night vision. Aircraft type overhead light and air circulation controls. ___ Cockpit type heater-defroster controls on a console-mounted throttle" quadrant. ^^^^^ Built-in padded steel safety bar over passenger compartment. Safety-padded interior. High performance )et-thrustV8—4 bbl. carburetor. "Paxton supercharger for extraordinary performance. Large luggage-contoured trun k. Access panel connects car interior to trunk. •Power steering—exceptionally fastonly three turns full right to full left. Performance-matched axle ratios available^ _______ limited slip differential. (Twin Traction) Safety-cone door locks with greater holding power under stress. Would you like to have an Avanti built lor you? Visit your Studebaker Dealer. He is taking orders on a priority basis. ^^^^ 'Optional



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Page IO-A 1^ +Je*lsttncrklten Friday, May It, fgg fleAe/ yl/ger/a iWence f/ares d/wiv Continued from Page 1-A Grand the Leaders of recent Prssover brunch he'.d by the Combined Jewish Appeal Bay Hcrbor Residents Division in the Balmoral hotel on Sunday "are discussed by left to right Morris N. Broad, co-chairman of the division, Mrs. Larry Silverman. Jacob Rabinovitz. end Sol Goldstein. for its annua In attendance was Ruhmin Naouri. of citj of Bone. • I cannot find words to docribo :,, vou the anguish and miser) i I the Algerian Jews after seven \,„rs of murder, tears and mournthe white-bearded ( %  I the conference. H that mo-i of Alg< ri I'S '.^0.000 Je\v> will be driven into emigration. abandoning their home?and possessions, going to France -deprived of the barest necessities "They will need.'' he said, "not only social h.lp but also Jewish warmth and He reminded the I :er.ch Jews, however, :h..t the Alii Jews w with them a great S] i ritage and traditional Jewish values." from sufficient for the immediate .... A \ needs of the Jewish refugees fro !" Baron Guy de Rothsch.ld pres.dA)geria Jhe conferent i from ell as Jacob! general conference. "• ^w~Z7ing~u well as Al ena ine "nierenc\.xed to Rabbi f_d at the FSJU njeetjng. as *ell 7eexam|m lhf problcm ^ ^ £ work out concrete plans for "heao. 'Jewish Values' Speaker's Bureau Formed Here Rabbi Jonah E Caplan. chairman of the Commission or. Jewish Affair? for the Southeastern region of the American Jewish Cohas announced the completion of a Speaker's Bureau, available to organizations in the Dade county area on the subject of "Jewish Values Cooperating with Rabbi Caplan in the preparation and development of the bureau were Rabbi Allen Rutchik. director. Southeast region. United Synagogue of America; Rabbi William Sajowitz. director. South Florida Federation, Union of American Hebrew Congregations: and Louis Schwartzman. Bureau of Jewish Education. "Aware that there are many different concepts of Jewish values, the Speaker's Bureau is made up of individuals identibe included in the schedule of organizations for the fall." Rabbi Caplan declared. American Jewish Cor,.:'-peakers' peace between Israel and the Arab All* WflVeS consisting of 30 specifically-, states. U.S. Gives Nasser $200 Million Loan Continued from Page 1-A tration clarify its program of aid to the UAR. Mr Weill predicted that Jewish children from Algeria will start pouring into Franc< during the next few weeks Hi said that many Jewish parents, -till determined "to stick it out." do not wish to endanger the lives of their children ar.d will .-hip them to France. Baron de Rothschild reviewed the FSJU finances, declaring that the goal this year of 4.000.000 newFrench francs ($800.0001 will be "far Beth Torah Takes li qualified speakers both for youth' and adult groups. "It is hoped that a program on Jewish Values' will DURING THE WEEK... US 15EEII Continued from Page -i-A guilty of impudence than of %  cial kind of prurience. 11 is nsister.l for Mr [fice I be so laudi nt in i n area and so n anol S : lei • • Stati speak law's need I itroot pornography: for I will show him more pornography in a handful of trash >old unchallenged on the sstands I Dadi ntj than in all of Mr. M two "Trop. The relationship I :able. and it is sa.i. b.u the censor. the bomber*< rk ban I in hand. Mr Rusk himself has admitted that the U.S.A. "is considering what role it might play" in helping Egypt's development. He confirmed the fact that "extensive talks" have already been held on the subject, thus acknowledging officially that negotiations for a loan to the UAR have taken place. On the Senate floor. Sen. Keating demanded positive American action before making commitments to the Cairo Government. Beth Torah Congregation will participate in the program "Morning Chapel." on Friday. 7:30 a.m., over ch. 10 television. The congregation will also participate in the Rabbinical Hour over radio >tation WGBS on Sunday at 9:45 a.m. And on Sunday. 10 a.m.. Beth • Torah will honor mothers of the congregation on the program, "Still Small \ .• regularly seen over ch 7 television. r "ROCK OF AGES FAMILY MEMORIALS To I'vr in Ma am *• leave BaUee... It to li Fortv.r Scheduled Unveiling* SUNOAY MAT 13, 1961 Mr. Neae Cemetery JUtlf ANN KIE1N, 11 am R^bh: He'hc: Bu.. 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•-:-.* 4-2 kmist HrrHfor Friday. May 11. 1962 •-=*v -. National Council ol Jewiah Zank South D %  :-:%  %  I %  %  %  %  -__-• l_ %  V' '...:.'. .. Ml [sdias Creek Mm Marria L ode Mn Dan Wax Uandi ; rigni are Mn MLHon Rctnei err -j.--Yesner '.-.---•. Mn ? ciincil eJLJivisions v— ~lim*.i\ treason Zi SABEL GPO/E D 1 I I ick i gethei ,. re rated n ttt % %  en i lent, si %  th I ... a with scli mini Mother's Day Set At Aged Home Greater Miami v. Jewish Home (or tiM A. bold %  annual Motl er Dtj ;. >l Douglas Gardei M Suni' / ; %  n nil Groi philan pj ar.'l civU leader will host '.-• party M '.he bai for man> >ean Lawrence Bilverman, Auxrj pr< ieV at, will give U < %  of welcome Mr Sol 3 he esidenl and rhairmai 'A the building share bind. v.ill pay homage to all re mothers and present each with a Mr lyjuis Makov iky, program chairman, will introduce Irving Pietrack and his ensemble in a program of concert and folklore program of concert and folk music. Mrs. Frank Cassiola. wife of the president of Local 655. Musicians Union, will be honored. Refreshment! irill be servi I M u I -. .-: pnr. • • Mn Florei -.report in a fasl engtl cape i ess of larse black and .and a smooth straw brel t Included program was the prt ermo Form, a duplicating machine, to the Braffle bindery by the president of Parents of the Blind. Inc.. of South Florida. Mr-. Bol Xatotovsky. For the occasion, she chose a deep pink s:lk line with matching beads. Installing officer was Mrs. Jean Rabbi Schtff on TV Rabbi Solomon Schiff. spiritual leader off Congregation Beth El. will appear on the Jewish Worship rice over W'LBW ch. 10. Sunmorning, from li to ii:30 a.m. Hil t'.;n ': '-. %  %  %  %  linei mal ories roogt %  r i • %  and techveiled flip-up for erg. itors, Mrs Berj the ired in white .'. m %  Mrs %  • nt of If you like CHEESE KREPLACH You'll love -MEATLESS CHEF BOY-AR-DEE CHEESE RAVIOLI Hear family, guests, cheer for that real Italian flavor created by famed Chef Boy-Ar-Dee. Tender little macaroni pies...filled with tangy Italian Cheese...simmered with savory tomato sauce and cheese...seasoned the real Italian way. So much tastier and easier than the frozen kind. So much thriftier, too—costs only •bout 15cperservingl TETLEY TEA INSTANT OR IN BAGS & ratify has that full, wonder. ful "tiny little tea leaf flavor"# A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 the Miami Beach chapter. Branded University National Women's Committee, Mrs William Brenner I ID. ped her pink liaen with self-made in sweater. Wearing an Oleg Ca-ini a: : -h petaled hat. Mrs Michael Mersel. in charge of -. with only a week before she and her husband leave for ; r extended trip to Europ Israel. Arrangements chairman. MrBen Zton G Hubura...ui chic two-piecer and contrasting nta straw bonnet trimmed ia pink Oowen, and directing ho.:. in lime linen suit and cloche of white petals. Mrs. Emanuei po|. :a'k and Mn. Jean Berkma: set off her dark hair with a ri-pberry 'ilk linen suit and printi | chiffon blouse Deep rich mellow tasty... n 1CHLESS! I no other cheese in the world hits the spot like GENUINE IMPORTED SWITZERLAND SWISS CHEESE Buy it sliced or in a big; tasty chunk today for sandwiches, omelets, salads, canapes .. for breakfast, lunch, supper and icebox raiding. It's the one cheese everybody loves for true ta'am of Switzerland! Ta'am of Switzerland!



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riday. May 11. 1962 +Jewish fk>ridian Page 9-B •fHE Vmerican Friends of HeI University sponsored a celebi a m of Israel's nniversary with a buffet nd dance aboard the MS Liner on Saturday ui^ht. : length gown of oriental pas the choice cf Mrs. r Dorlch for tiic black tie High-necked and sleeve-I gown was lil almost to • •.. .UHI was of magnificent silver lame embroider Ck Silk crepe. Mrs. siieldoi Dobkin wore a short torchantilly lace Her strapdice was tightly fitted over ffant skirl Muted ice satin was her choice for bund ar.d shoes. Mrs. Parker wore heavy Mack .. %  tin with a bell-shaped silhouThe bodice was slash lit across with narrow rolled lingerie type straps. Her matching stole was lined with white slipper satin and trimmed with a Cringe of jet headings Mrs Irving Miller's gown was a floor-length Italian import. Her emerald green bodice was <>f silk organza with a modified, draped cowl neckline. Her skirt was of tiers of multi-colored silk. AN unusual gold Straw lame suit was worn by Mrs. Jack Rifkin. classic tailoring contrasted with the elegant fabric. Her jacket featured the peak collar and pockets low on the hips. Mrs. Jacob Fishman selected a black silk moss crepe with a SCOOP neckline. A modified drape on one side of the waist was caught with a large rhinestone pin. Orchid colored peau de soie was the choice of Mrs. Joseph Ash. Her figure-molding sheath featured a bodice of alencon lace appliques over illusion. The lace Was reembroidered with small seed pearls. Mrs. Faye Tupler chose champagne-colored peau de soie with a flared skirt and inserts of illusion and chantilly lace. Mrs Kate Meidenberg wore a gold silk satin theatre ensemble. At the same table, Mrs. Jeannie Cohen chose black alencon lace over champagne satin. Mrs. Henry Dubbin selected a striking ensemble of gold lame and red. Her li.Liure molding sheath was covered by a Cull-length coat which had no collar but one oversized covered button at the neckline, Her three-quarter length sleeves were trimmed with deep cud's of ranch mink. Mrs Joseph DuntOV wire a royal blue silk brocade ensemble featuring a seven-eighths length coat. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers wore biack silk chiffon. Her bodice was softly draped, as was her skirt. A self-fabric cummerbund defined the waistline. Miss Jeannette Prisament also chose black silk chiffon. Her sheath gown was of sheer chiffon over alencon lace. Navy blue silk crepe was worn by Mrs. Sidney Ansin. Her gathered skirt was topped with a scoop neckline bodice which was softly draped. Silk chiffon, brilliantly printed in pink and amber, was the choice of Mrs. George Israel. Mrs. Bernard Stevens, past president of the Women's Committee of Jewish Family and Children's Service, is shown with Harold Tannen, Agency president, Mrs. Irving H. Fell, new oresident of the Women's Committee, and Leon Fisher, executive director of JFCS. Mrs. Fell was installed at a luncheon : at the Dupont Plaza hotel last week. ^ Mrs. Jack S. Popick looks on as Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff cuts the huge cake symbolizing Israel's 14th birthday during the Independence Day celebration aboard the MS Calypso Liner last Saturday night. Mrs. Simonhoff is president of the sponsoring Greater Miami Women's Division of the Amencan Friends of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and Mrs. Pop:ck is vice president. More than 200 communal leaders braved the wet and windy weather for the fou r-hour cruis e. ryVIDING her time between Pittsburgh. Pa., and Miami. Mrs. Alex Robinson selected a beige chiffon sheath with matching colored alencon lace bodice. Red chiffon with a ruffled neckline was the choice of Mrs. Al Lev, Mrs. Joseph Levine wore a short formal of sapphire blue silk with a fitted bodice, the controlled fullness in her skirt achieved by intricate draping. Mrs. Joseph Epstein was in a blue and violet silk floral print. The print was detailed with frosted iridescent violet sequins. White was the choice of Mrs. A. Max. Her full chiffon skirt was topped with a bodice of moygashel linen, embroidered with silverlined bugle beads and sequins. Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff. chairman of the Greater Miami Women's Division of the American Friends of the Hebrew University, chose a two-piece black satin suitdress featuring the tunic effect and a magnificent jet black bead-d sweater. Chairman ol the gifts committee. Mrs. Jack Popick. whose husband is president of the South Florida Friends, wore a tangerine-colored sheath with varicolored beaded bodice and a large back bow. Moves to New Quarters Alney Letter and Printing Service has moved to new and larger quarters at 7299 NW 2nd ave.. where it will occupy 2.500 sq. ft.. according to Milton Balsam, owner. Balsam said that -increased business made it necessary to acquire the additional space." Kfar Silver Gets Proceeds Young Adult Friends ol Israel are planning an Israel anniversary concert dedicated to the celebration of the 14th anniversary of the Jewish state. Event will he held Tuesday evening. May 15. in the airconditioned auditorium Of Miami, Beach High School. Stuart Miller, president, has ap: pointed Martin Cohen and Charles Bloom chairmen of the function. ;-nd Ed Landy and Bloom are in charge of tickets. The program will include a speci ial cantata by a 40-voice choral group. Israeli, Hebrew and classi, cal selections, a special Israel dance program, and accordion music by Ami Gilad, who appeared here recently with the Sabra dancers. Entire proceeds from the con; cert will go to the scholarship tund of the Kfar Silver Agricultural 1 Training School in Israel. Fla. Bar Again Taps Zukernick Harry Zukernick. attorney of Miami' Beach, has begun a new term as a member of the boari of governors of the Florida Bar Zubernick rejoins W. 0. Mehrtens and William P. Simmons, jr.. aa numbers of the board. The Miami Beach attorney was reelected at the Bar12th annual convention Apr. 26 to 28 at the Diplomat hotel. Reginald L Williams. Miami attorney, took office apresident. Chiel Jus!ice B. K. Holier'll the Florida Supreme Court, admi %  ed the oath of office to all incoming officers. Zukernick was first elected to board membership in 1959. He and Mehrtens will represent the lawyers of Dade county rwrfw^wwwwwww-^^ ••" One-Hour Valet Elects Officers, New Directors Robert H. Bu.ch.off has been ected president and chief executive officer of One-Hour Valet, Inc., publicly-owned, Miami-based dry iltaning firm with some 90 stores in cities throughout the eastern. ist central and southern states. Bischoff had been vice president Slid treasurer since January. 19*>1. Iter ;. number of years as conholler of Neway Uniform and Towel Supply Co.. Miami. Bischoff succeeds Sam J. Heiman. ne of the co-founders of One-Hour Valet, along with A E Lichten-uin. tormer chairman of the hoard, Both have retired from active management in the company.' although they have retained substantial stock ownership, and Heiman continues as a member of the board of directors. Simultaneously with the election of Bischoff as president, Ben Weller, Isidore C. Weller, Theodore R. Karp, and Harold S. White were elected officers and directors of One-Hour Valet, increasing the number of directors from 11 to 12. FUR RE-STYLING HI OUR nADfffON Of FINEST WORKMANSHIP WE CAN CONVERT YOUR OUTMODED FURS TO THE SMART FASHIONS OF TOMORROW From $39 /^martin FLORIDA FURS & CUNIC 2296 Coral Way HI 4-0544 MIAMI 1117 Las Olas Blvd. J A 4-7697 FT. lAUDCRDAlE Ben Keller, one of the developers of the first One-Hour dry cleaning plant and former executive vice president of one of the largest manufacturers of dry cleaning equip-; ment. was named vice president and secretary, and will head the, production, sales promotion and quality control programs for the company. Isadore C. Weller. also elected vice president, has been in the dry cleaning field for over 15 years, and currently operates a chain of dry cleaning plants in North and South Carolina. He will be responsible for field supervision of the OneHour Valet stores in the Carohnas and adjacent areas. Named treasurer was Theodore R Karp. active in the dry cleaning business since 1948. who will handle field supervision of the northern stores Harold S. White, a practicing attorney and treasurer of the Commonwealth Finance Corporation of Massachusetts and an associate of Karp's. has also been elected a vice president of One-Hour Valet. Inc. Other directors of One-Hour Valet include Ellis G. Arnall. partner, Arnall. Golden & Gregory, Atlanta, and former Governor of Georgia; Sam M. Fleming, president of Third National Bank, Nashville, Tenn.. and currently president of the American Banker's Assn. Mother's Day For Social Club Miami Friendly Social Club will have a Mother's Day celebration on Sunday. 2 p.m., at the Beth El 1 Social Hall. 500 SW 17th ave. Max [ Garshag is president of the group. Entertainment will be by the Maryan Lorraine Studio. Refresh' mtnts will be served by Mrs. L. Kelter. Mrs. J. Rovner. Mrs. I. Silver, S. Sarkin. and Y. 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P*ge 10-A Page 14-A *Jew ist IH-cridlLtn Friday, Mav \\ 1962 Browsing Wth Books: By HILARY M1NDUN 1 Borscht Belt View of the Jewish Cultural Experience BUNGALOW NINE. By Norman Ober. 263 po. New York: Walker and Company, 75 E. 55th St. S3.95. %  kiORMAN OBER -. director of program writing al CBS %  ~ Ridio. and a former writer for Jack Paar and Arl G dfwy-, among others. His "Bungalow Nine' is the k nd o: novel that must have been fun to write; al least it sourds as though it were, which is in itself an accomplishment Although it starts off badly, with labored diaI -tie. a little stiff in the glee, it ;:<•going quickly, and tr m then on it"s pure entertainment. As the title suggests, the locale ione of those small -, mm T colonies, akin to the borscht belt — in this cas Hector's Pond Colony, outside of Spring Valley, where .': 500 and Ann Cutler and then two kids have rent* 1 I B i tage, hoping for a quiet summer. foreign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN The conflicts are set up righl away; the Cutlers are cultivated and somcwhal intellectual and the colonj is ething like a madhouse, mostl) occupied by vu ians. The loudspeaker erupts all day long to remind it live residents ol scheduled activities, and the days are only slightly less organised than the nights — Softball, mah poker, parties, casino dances and so on, and i (I austion, Moreover, 'he social stratification has its own insane logic, with the older colonists, those on the lakefront, be ing the "in" group and newcomers definitely in the "out' group. The Cutler reaction to the world they've rented is varied: Ann puts up with ii with fair good humor, hut Jason, less tolerant, quips with increasing bitterness about the brand of Jews who inhabit Hector's, until his wife is furious and alarmed at his "Jewish anti-Semitism." Weizmann's Letters Due for Publication THE %  hy Israel Jerusalem FIRST volume ot letters first President. Dr. Chaim Weizmann, is soon to a] pear — simultaneously in Hel) ew and English — and its publication will mark the beginning o. ,i series ol twelve volumes t! it will cover a long and decisive span in modern Jewish his. U rj. Dr. Weizmann was very metieu HIin keeping his records. T icre are notebooks in which he u-ed to copy letters on Zionism he wrote in the earl) days, when he was still a student at the University Of Geneva His widow, Mrs Vera Weizmann. has in her possession about 1,400 letters Dr. Weizmann wrote to her, as well an< les written to her in the days ol courtship when they were both students at the Swiss Universiy The vasl material, comprising the forty-odd years of Dr. W< zmann s tireless struggle in the cause ol Zionism, was in the days of World War 11 dispatched for safe keeping to Canada and brought to Israel soon after the establishment of the State Twelve years ago, the "Weizmann Archives' came into being. It took all these years to collect Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ I if* That Old Steel Story WE4DING ABOUT Joseph Block. lent make U.S e down I • ; ime when U.S. 5 '•• %  v >rk It en a A erj spe ,i [| %  New Yin -. j manu-EI I forth, Beth El with Schulman, D Sola Pool. But hear Rabbi Stephen Wise, there was no ii*' as al Carnegie Hall. Lu'.s of v %  New York wanti to hear Wise abovfi He I lional reputation He himsell on< e • id been lost w hen he [all was fittin \ [or \ im. But evi r> rabbi rants a syi I his ow n, bi Wlsi : rail) made plans for it. He had the plans, sponsors and the men with mono;.. But then t S. Steel in. \ e was the fi U.S. Stei king money ( .. -. was a disi : ich, so h US. Sti to .' P. Morj g n i hin i nough to keep I he rest of hi ithoul As I re< all it fi check was I re he cashed trol and put in Judge Eli., r H < head of U.S. Sti U.S. Si bles befon Gar) hei 'I h re had b< the famous Hoi nineties It reall) wasn't FO gaj Bicycles ha I con %  %  er) body was Ha) b< In .' ith a bit i %  %  %  1 • irl The::. > were i In the Homesti ad strike, een the workten and the comi rmy. 1 most violent \ 'I'he U S Steel corporauon inion itself It gamation of a number of independent steel companies, but U.S. Steel would nol permit its workers lo unionize, arid it won out. In 1920 the em| loyees made another effort to unionize there, I at the lime that Rabbi Wi-< had his plancomplete.! for buih ing his synagogue In a sermon, Rabbi Wise said he thought 'he workers had a right to form a union, and lie added further that it was acts like those of the Unied States Steel Corpo ition which really bred Bolshevism. and sort oul the enormous material which, when published, wi'l no doubt throw new light on many a chapter ol the history of the Zionist movement and the struggle for a Jewish homelan.i. Also, it will no doubt affeel our appraisal of many events and personalities. The Archives managed to collect 12.000 letters — out of an estimated 20,000 — which Weizmann wrote The fir-t dates back to Chaim Weizmann, aged LI; it was a lePei he wrote to his Hebrew teacher in his birth town, Motele. Its subject: Love ot Zion The letters constitute only part of the Archives. There are thousands upon thousands of documents—memoranda to British and other statesmen, minutes of meetings am 1 conversations, diaries There i> a bulky file marked "Weizmann—HenCur.or. In one el the letters, dated August 22, 1937. Bcn-Gurion wrote inter alia: 'i was never a blind follower of you. And I shall never be. Not always did I agree with you and, when I thought that I had to oppose )OU, I did so and will do so in the future. But also in 'ho storm of the battle my love and admiration for you neve: diminished. Because I know you are the emissary of the People, not just because you were chosen by a majority ot votes, but because you were bori for that And in these months when the great hope for th establishment of a Jewish state was kindled the trust in you was never greater. Yen are ni w the King of Israel. You have no army or navy, and you were not crowned at Westminster, but the eyes ol ll e Jewish people — and this people has eyes ol spirit — see the crown of Jewish Kingdom shining upon your head." And here, a note sent by Dr. Weizmann to sir on M.I, k on Octobei 24. 1948, when alread) President ol the • el, in which he compares n-Gui lo Sir \\ inston Churchill "Ben-Gurioi wrote Dr Weizmann, "has proven himsell a very : Minister for Di lense \\ hetha r he i ll s uc< 11 peaci I %  I • s himsell in tuneol vvai less in • pi ii In v.: y event irly todi ioi He i lai I, deteri I i ly coura :eous, I think hi i ; % %  i ni all tin | istl) And 'here a file "Wl — which istill tn ren aii i except for a f< d ments relating to the cin ces ol Wei; meetings w ith the then Ei nd later K • i Trans i Joidan. In one instance, Weizmann v Abdullah g that he should come and see him. Abdullah's reply was that, unfortunately, he wi bus) all that day As it happened, the < turning down the suggestion was sent onl) British interference and. before Abdullah's cable could reach Weizmann in Jerusalem, there ; i rj inal emissar) to inform him that Abdullah would lad mi el with him Between You and We: By BORIS SM0LAR Aut r writes with a razor: his d oi liicharacters ma) be s nol one is a caricature; they live and breathi all their lust) i nvivial vulgarity, and every one hathe dimen oi ,i numan neing. even Jason tinds that out irlight readlrg with a ring of truth that makes cringe between the chuckles. NEVER ON SHABBAS! By Henry Leonard. New YorkCrcwn Publishers. $1.00. This ithe second collection of "Dayenu" i rtoons In Henr) Rabin, director of B'nai B'rith Hillel ; at Los Angeles City and Slate College-, who man. and Leonard I'ritikm. an advertising din lor, who does the drawing Ii follows the first hook. -, Mjui: %  • bj a ) e ar or so Somi are includi thi rabbi saying to his congrej we ci Vom Kippur day, I wish I inl rm our thai our Rosh Hashona Sei real 6 M i m ione of my favoi iti tin picture of the little hoy i stem walking into Ins house, decked with wreal and asking his lather. 'Dad:-. %  Christmas, loo?" "Dayenu' is a catbingly deliberate corned beef You can't squirm out of them, collectively if not individually. The .vonderful thing is that laughter is always re< Therenothing like a good "Dayenu" for a little i tion — sometimes a little more than one needs! 0ft the Record: By NATHAN ZIPRIN out tor Jew ish reopen. "Albert Cuba's Jews Today AF THE ESTIMATED 10.000 .lewwho lived in Cuba prior to the Castro revolution, more than 3.500 are still in the country, with their cultural, religious and social Lfe centering about Jewish institutions that are still intact Since .lews are leaving Cuba at the rate of twenty a week, it is obvious that the remaining Jews in that country will • get man) years, if at all. Through Intervenli n the Center School in Havana habeen permitted to but on two conditions — that it be renamed the Einstein" school and that it accept non-Jewish children Another condition makes the teaching of Spanish and communist Ideology a must, when the Cuban parents were told that then children were to be taught also Yiddish at the schrol, many of them said they were delight their youngsters wen' being taught Yiddish instead of Russ II Uthough the school has been reopene jacei! library has remained sealed from the vei %  [isc ition The motivation for keeping II closed iii": clear This iculled from \. A York Yiddish daily, by \ man. n recent refuse fiom Cuba who was e lil • dail) in Havana %  of tl Time I i r\ di p irtmenl sei n %  : ':' IflCial who set i | cratic .md anti rai n which tl vici us anti Semitic c< iu-t an error \\. i take* In M-„-mori?m Persky lived b) tl 'lave to H • irev< i When h< was the I. iMed prize for the b< spoke in Yiddish, declai u b) t-verybod) an i I • la %  V -• Musical History Now Being Made in America AJUSICAL HISTORY IS now i in Ni York b) Abraham Ellstein, the Jewish i ind conductor whose versatility ranges fr m some 30 i pen ttas in the Yiddish theatre to si Broadwa) musicals and several lull length oratories anil cantata-, financed b) a grant from the Ford FounEllstein has written a full-length I on the ancient Jewish legend of Prague, which had its premiere performance at • York City Comer. Al !| time, he has also written a V for Piano and Orchestra, wh ch was performed last week in \i! YorkTown Hall -The Golem." based on the work of the noted Yiddish poet II Leivick, and adapted lor the stage by the famous actor Joseph Buloff, is not the t -• pera b) Elhrt-in. He has to his credit also the prize-win. ning opera "The Thief and the Hangman." 1 '"• '' i % %  • several symphonic works which %  n every major concert hall in He is ilt i l(i >ui for his cantorials whu %  in many synagogues and ti Ellsti n bi Ran his career at the age of I member of a .-• %  u. choir on the re he was born Al 13, he had r in the children'cl Metr i ni of immigrai I studil ; Juilliard School of Music on sen T i) he iequally at home In concert hall the the* %  and in the recording studio h I"'" %  ns arc world renowned And speaking i I com] i -erii .interesting to note that a new -'>"' % %  Stanley Silverman, ol Ni will have itpremiere performance al the White i 1 16 under the patronage of Mrs John F. Kenm will be played on the White Mouse lawn b) a 104-membM o symph ny orchestra made up of high school nWj from the Boston area. Silverman has compMW musit for some 19 theatre productions.



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Friday. May 11. 1962 fr*>lK* Mririirli^ri Pcge 15-A LEGAL NOTICE \OTICE BY PUBLICATION |-HE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE n r\.ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 4371 p Cl ilAJl'l l"i tiff. SEC COLQU1TT, i ndanl i %  : %  I • Oolqultt -'. Dftdi \ ili'. Alabama v Knpi ne '' 'olqult I are hi i > ,i,',i that .i mil "i ('on % % %  has bi i ii fill 'l against :,1 J OU 'll .• I %  (lull '•RIDI VN IMI.VK AND ORDERED ai Miami, tin2rd il I of April. A.D. K B LBATHERMAN, Clork, II Com i, I Mule i 'ount> I i"i Ida By: M CAVALARI8 Deput) Clerk %  '. X \. GOLDFARII sync Bids • Florida v for I'laintiff i 27, 5 i-11 -is N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE iiTH JUDICIAL COURT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. CASE NO. 62C 4001 Si ISI I I Mi INTES, • tiff mem BY HENRY LEONARD "Only the first speaker, Manny, and just look at the Schmaltz-Meter!" LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE • iNICA S %  Mi INTES, NOTICE OF PUBLICATION IN li'A S, Mi INTES, VVi l 162 Street Apu 59 \. w York City :;:'. New V oi k VERONICA S. MONTHS, '. • 162 Street, Ap 11 n( \ i i 'r\. New York, are : He > our answl r von •• %  with he • lerk LI Court, ami nerve i ; %  i ipon (lino I' Negrettl Vti-ll i 'oni n BI IJldg-., i u N io. nue, Miami lloi la on or he21, ID62, or else col I ilcen PI infesaed. th da] of 10 VTIIER.M VN, < l. ik • Court, l >adi < "o int> Hn Ida .i M CAVALARIS Deput) Clerk I 20-27-3 l-H IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. NO. 55805-B IN I: i-: Entati "f l<>l IS MASK1N n • %  I NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Person* Havi la I ma or Demands Against said i You, and each "f you are n |i ,1 and n quired to uresen i > %  !..] n.i demands hii i> ) >u, or .,(',• of you, may ha' inn i I.I ins MASKIN, i i-i'i lute "f I'ade County Morldn, m the II rabli Co ml • Judgi of I' ide i and file the same in t in ir otfi,., iii.. i 'ounty C "ii ; house in [lade County, Moihla, with six cal. n the u %  publication he Said claims or demand* t" contain the lean di. -• •! the claimant and to i :. %  iind presented aafon % %  "•I-:, .i ii hlli ntlon ..ii May I "••'MAX in: 1.1AMA* Exi • utor of t 1 '. I. i*l w "l i Tea tami in ol la il IS M > SK IN iv< .aied 11KN Y N< IRTI IN i ion i il.ii ay ne Building Ml :'I..ii.la Atti nej !•• Bx< cutoi NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCL.T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COLNfV !\ CHANCERY No. (2C 4330 .IAI-OI1 El iRM VN, i HERM1NE FORMAN Xi i: Hi .. \ rllv S.n i %  i ley *, \\ Strei Kitu • Sew Yol Yon hi iinpl mi :. 1 ii\ in •i iw nrn -., me that a If 111 ha* i" %  II riled agalnsl ij, and sou uulred to nervi •• copy of your Answi i m I "lei the I • lomilnii • on Ihi iilalntifl Vll M VRVIN M GREEN, 612 ilsl St M irach 11, I%  • %  Ida and file the original Vn %  or Pli adlng In the offlci nl Ihi Clerk ol the Ciictlll Court o efon the J-ili day "t Mm, ivii-'. li v "ii fail i" 'l" *•>. Judg. ,i, fault "ill i" taki II again*! you for the • ll" mdi d In the Bill "i • 'omplalnt. "fliis notice shall lie puollshea once a. h • ek i"i foi r onset utlve %  i ka ,n THE JEWISH rUORIDIAN, I II IN 10 VND ORDEREli al Miami. Plorlda, thla 20th day of April. A.D. 10 ll LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court, Hade County, Florida (seHli By K. M I.VMAN 1 >. i-m> I'l.rk MARVIN M i;l!i:iON. All. a n .-> -at-l.aw 612 •11 Street Mutti i Beach, PI i I'N 3 2627 Attorney foi I'laintiff 4 ,, ..' t-l l-IS NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICiAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 4437 i: \I:I: u: \ KAYE SPREJREIIEN. %  li \ *. ISI1AE1 -r :r IREGEN, i', fei lunt. SUIT FOR DIVORCE You ISRAEL Sl'REJREtiEN, • rii-d lhal a Bill ol Coml .. ha* bi %  II filed against and yo I an required to %  youi Mi' ei oi l 'li adi,.. ,.. ii Bill i i Complaint -ii the n. Martin S. Saxon. 220 • 71*1 Street. Miami Beach, Florida and fill Iglnal Answer or I Mending In the office of the Clerk ol [he CI ii ii' on r I • fore the 2MB day of Mi l'"-' li •" fll '" ,1 %  ludgmenl by default will I" taken against vou for the relief demanded Bill .a Complaint. Thla n"i i e shall t>. published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH i:,i il'.IMAN m INK AND ORDERED al Miami, Florida, thl* 21th day of April A.D, "' 10 n LEATHERMAN, Clerk, i ii, in -...II i. I lade County, Florida (Heal) Bj K. M. I.Y.MAN i 'i put) i 'lerk MARTIN S. SAXON Ilal Street Miami Beach, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff ..,.., ., 0 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDIC AL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY \ No. 62C 4435 ysill'i: REALTY, INI' and I MELVIN .1. Z< ILLER i CAR! ILYN II. /a ILLER, Plaintiffs, vs. i CI.I.ION. the Ifi of ROBERT VV iTi.i.KN, 8R deceasod, %  unknown spouse ol rt'l.i.KN if she li is n married and thi real i i N unknown heir* of ROHERT \\ ii I.I.IO.N, SR and all other persona Imlng by, throuvh, under *•!• againnt %  thesi partie*. all ol who*i residences an inknown, and I.IOSTI.T. L. 1>AY and i 'AY, his wife, Defend inta NOTICE BY PUBLICATION iTi >: ill.I,ION. the >v if' "f ROBERT W iTI.I.IO.N, SR., deceased, unknown spouse of i ii. i. ION if ahe haremarried and the respective unknown Inns .f ROBERT W. ril.l.KN. sit and all other persons claiming by, throusrh, iimh : %  "iagainst these parties, all of whose residences are unknown Al'I'ltlOSS L'NKNOWN YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Complaint for Foreclosure has been filed ngalnsl you upon ihe mortgage covering the following described property : Loi I, Block I, TROPICAL GARDENS ESTATES, according to the Plat thereof, as recorded In Plat Book ~' s al Page 74. f the I'liblie Record* ••! I lade Coui ty Kloi Ida, .Mid you ari required to Bervi a copy ..r % ..iiiAnswer t" ih.Complain! on ulainlirra attorney, A, BCDH ''I TI.IOIt. 706 Ainsl.y Building, Miami :t^. Florida, and Hie the original In the ..in. %  of the i "lerk "f the Circuit Court "ii "i before the 28th day of May, IH62, or a Decree Pro Confesao will hi entered agalnsl s ,,n DATED ai Miami, I'ade County, i this 24th day • I Vprll, 19(2. i: B LEATHERMAN i 1. rk of Cli cull lourl Miami, l "ade County. I-' I la I seal I B> M. C VVALAR1S I leputy i 'hi k i 27, ". 1-11-18 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! •f'Jev-isffi fhcridiiain solicits your legal notice*. We appreciate ytfur patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial III 3-465 lor messenger service LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. NO.55857 C N '\ : N,: W AKM.,iW I'RETTYMAN I I.': lllg NOTICE TO CREDITORS Ml Creditors and All Pel on* limit ma ..i !'• man la Ag ilnal Satd hen by notified and % % %  .pir-...1 to present any i-lalms and demanda which you may hare against _t"e ,,i \NK WARDLOW MAN tof Miami 11. arh and ,,i late of Had.County Flmina, Hi, Co ml} Judges "i Dade int; Ihi a me In dui'l • iti j |„ Section J3n.lt.. Iortda ..in their office* in the in i h mse in i>ad.county, I %  -inn ,d> call ndai month* e first | it Ion hi-reot, w III ibai red. ,| Miami. Florida ;l "1 1 VP' Hi v ''"''-' .,,.,liEuRUR W lPlU-n'l i MAN 925 Castile Plaae Coral Gables, Floi Ida \. Ailminislral.'i i publication "f this notice on • ih day ol May. I %  %  IMSEPH l' I.Al'SSIOI. II, „. V for Geo W L Prettyman, alt %  atoi "i the Estate •a.is s w ^'i Btroei :.. Florida. MO I .,. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 4377 MlltltAY UIARDKLLI, I'laintiff, vs. III.I.ION GIARDELLI, 11, i, ndai.l. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: HELEN GIARDELLI 2iil3 20th Street tstorta .. Long Island New York You, HELEN HI VRDELLI are herethat .. Bill "f Complain! for Divorce has been filed ugainsl you, and you are requii ed i" servi a copy oi voui \n-' '• or Pleading i" the Kin' „f Complaint on the Plaintiff* irney. ORR & I.A/.M:. 107 Lincoln Suite UK, Mia i Bern h, Florida ;,,„i file the original Ai wi i %  Pleading In thi office of the i lerk ol ill, Circuit Court "" or hi fore Ihe Mli day of May. 1962. II your la; ,., no so, ludgmenl by default "ill be taken against you for the rcllei n |, ,i in the Hill "i Comptalni %  published once ..h week i"i I. in consei .,M.,. ,.!..|„ THE JEWISH ll."Kll'l VN. titlNE \Nli ORDERED ll Maim. Florida, thl* 23rd .lay ol Vprll, VD i; B I.IOATHIOltM VN Cl, rk, Circuit Court, Dade inly, I lorlda fseall iSNEBDEN i lepul' i liltll & I.A/.AK in: i.in... in Road, Bulti UK Miami Beach. Ma.—JE 2-54 •> Attorneys for Plalntlfi f ( n Jg NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICiAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 4507 JACQUELINE GODKRBY, Plaintiff, \ s LLOYD JAMES GODFREY, 11. f.mlanl. SUIT FOR DIVORCE in. LLOYD JAMES OODFREY Adilri BH Ci known. v.. i.i. • %  d James Godfrey, are i by notiiled ihai n Bill of Complain! ror I Hvorce has bei n nil a against you, and you are required to serve a cop* ol i-our Answer or Pleading in ihe' BI i "i Complaint on the Claintii't's nttorney, Charlotte J Bar kan -"•'-' Pan American Building, Ml ami S2 Morlda and We th.original Vnstvei Pli adlng In the ofl i i ol •i c .ik ..r the Circuit Court "n or hi r the -'-Hi day of May, 1M2 II iu fall t" do so, Judgmenl by default "ill be taken against you ror i di mded In the Bill ol Complain! Th noth e nhall be published once each week ror rour consecutive weeks „i THE JEWISH I l.i'Ull'IAN. DONE AND ORDERED al Miami, Florida, ihis 2Mb day of April A.D. i: B LEA I'HERMAN, Clerk, court, i "ade County I loi Ida (seal) By K M LYMAN 11, mt) Clerk CHARLOTTE I BARKAN [ %  m An.. 11 an Hank Building \! .a. Ida Attorney for Pli Intifl _. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDIC AL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 4522 %  'I I MII.IOS SCHWARi "i. HELEN St'HW VRCZ, Inife, Claim His. \ s. illi .\i \S II. MILLS an.l .,il KEN 10 MILLS, his wife, II w I I.I.IA.M N i :."North Avenue Ji i s. \ City, New Ji i BI y YOC AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Complaint to Foreclose Mortgage on the following described property: Thi North ii" feel of Loi ll. of RANDOLPH ACRES, according to th, rial thereof, recorded In Plat Bo k 13, al Page -. of the Public Records "f Dade County. Morlda; has been hrought agalnsl yon, and you are hereby notified to serve a copy of Man answer oi pleading upon JAMES F, POLLACK. Attorney for Plaintiffs, 3748 West Magtsr street, Miami 14, Morlda, and file the original in the office of thiClerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ..II or before the nth day of May, 1982. otherwise the allegations of saM Complaint will be taken at confesaed by you. IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUR IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 55825-A IN RE: Estate ol Si IFIE K VRY 11, NOTICE TO CREDITORS •|\, \n i ••. ill torn and Ml Pi rsi nHa i n ._. i-!:,in -. Demands Against b • Estate; You a: i hi r.-hy notlfll d and i quln d i" ln %  "' anj claims and i mand* which you may bavi agali t the estate of Si IFIE KAltY dei i aa d late of Dade County, Morlda, to I County I %  '%  "i I lade County, and file ilu-. ne in duplicate and aa m |di .1 In Seetli i 733 16, Morlda Sti utes, m tin ii offices in th. Ci cm Hi., ISI in I 'ade County, Moi Idi within six .-ahndar months from time of the flral publication hen in thi same will be barred. |>ate \ % %  >,:'. 1!" : 2,., WEATHERMAN, Clerk I Court. DadeC. nty. Florida M CAVAI. VRIS D -II.. 1 ..-.., 1-' i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY (IIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In b sines* under the fictitious name of NEPTCNE HANDBAGS BI 11275 N VV, :'a.!h Avi Miami 12, Morlda. intends to reglsti r said name with the Clerk ,,. ihe cieeull Courl "t I lade 'ounty. Florida NEPTCNE IMSTRIBCTORS, INC, A Morlda "orp. :, i-n-is-j.. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS' HEREBY OIVEN tl the undersigned, desiring to engagi business under the fictitious name CHOI,AIR CONDITIONING A; R FRtOBRATION SERVICE at 731 Street Ml I B< grh Intend to n gl said name with the Clerk of the C cult Conn ol I'ade County. Florid. \i MONCARZ IHI I. MtiNCARZ HENRY S\r HARRY ZCKER.NICK Attorney for Ms ners 12" Lincoln Road Mia,,,, Beach /. V4-11 at 111 of 10th -l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY I1IVEN thai the undersigned, deslrlni in engagi in business undei the fictitious nami' ol H.ORIDA PHYSICIANS WHOLKs i .i: r>RCQ "I | at 81 16 i "oi ai > %  ay Miami. Florida. Intend* to register said name with the Clerk ol thi l 'n II four! "f Dade County, Florida THI: VCKS tlRI >VI0 I'll VRM VCY, INC i \ Ma Corp i Sole i iwner :. I -11 -1X 2S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN tl B! the undersigned, desiring to engagi i business under the fictitious name if CON8TITCTION I-1FI0 INSFRANCI. AOENCY at I26S0 N.E, ^th Ave., N. Miami. Morlda Intends to register said nami with the Clerk ol the. Circuit Court "' I'ad. county. Morlda FRANK DOCGLAS I 27, 3 I II 1 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 4288 MAX KLEIN, Plaintiff, \ Ri isiO KLEIN, 11, fi ndanl SUiT FOR DIVORCE You. ROBE KLEIN, nun North denesee Avenue, Apartment No Log Angeles I". California, are herei bj not iiii-ii thai i Bill of Complaint | ,,'„ %  divi '• %  IS t '" r tM ""t"""" I you and v• >n are required to servi i ;,,,o of \'..III Vnswer or Pleading ,!„.' mil ,,f i mplalnl on the plain; lifts att. in. Harold Shapiro, Lincoln Roa Miami Beach, Mi li th Inal Answ. r i r PleadIn the offl of the Clerk of the %  |circuit Conn, "ii m before thi 28th iia> of May, • 12. If you fall to .1" so.' ludgmenl h default will be taken agalnsl > iu l the relief demanded In the Bill Complaint. 1" iNIO \NI %  IRI lERED al Miami I |oi Is 'inh day of April. l61 10 i: 1.10 VTIIERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Con • oi' "ounty, Moi Ida (seal) I'I. SNEEDEN i o Clerk NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY lilVEN that hi mdi i signed, di siring t.. i ngagi in business undi Ihi fli til loua name ol M i (VSSi II 'I AT10S at %  %  •' N I • 208th Terrace, Miami. Morlda, intends .. registei said name with the Clerk ,,f the Circuit Courl ol Dade County, Morlda. MORTON CCMMtNGS SHEVIN. GOODMAN .y HOLTS5MAN Attorneys ror M. C Vssociates It) SYLVAN N HOLTZMAN :, i 11-lX-Xo 100 COPIES-$2 (PHOTO OFFSET) ANY DOCUMENT (CLUB BUUcTINS UTTM BfPORT PLEADINGS) (S'-x1lor8 x14 Black A White) Reproduced On Bond Paper WHILE YOU WAITI CASH & CARRY SUNSHINE PRESS 95 N.E. 13th Street Phone FR 1-0815 SUPERIOR STAMP & SEAL WORKS MANUFACTURES Of SUPERIOR RUBBER STAMPS Corporation Seals and Supplies CHARLIE MERZ, Owner | 613 N.E. 1st Ave. FR 4-1034



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• s -2?* + 3ei*trkrk&*r Friday May I 1 1? The (ourier \^4era'a ~^cfl<*\*r-tz %  ** %  **•** :*t •* % mi u >>i —r UIIHIWI BOWI -ri H-JMM.r Vv. >ee> eeTe '.ttr-.i: %  Mrs c*rt OhaPMvrfei %  %  •:*•• *• &-.k Gv vr • % %  r MM M s-**—a— • 6CM :"•_;;: • • % %  • <"•*•• ; •-'"iW i -. H • "— %  •JtsmEjt > -—t+j^p J. ••• >eue %  •-* VMM £.*--.-•—• LMbr • -• •.. A.v*ir. &.-** ; I • .*' i %  %  .= Hyw M* Mrs Stanley F M,e* %  • • • %  .• %  %  %  %  %  %  : • •EC '**p•'.--•, t • • • • STM Ertv. -. -,--*; S*-.ap*". •. • / Goldstein Wins Second Term At Temple Israel %  %  • %  %  %  • %  %  — ..%  ; | •• | ;f-c b r raw* '-' MM ;r.:'s •" trie Z *• i \'s~ A c *-. • j — 'U'.'tC < NMl MM4 S CerVtOr .:& 0 5:r-u*if.. whs if a'vo % %  'Svt scr-.*' d''ec*sr. on the ;-:*V'--. ; • '. "5" *r.' .r/'H'r irrth T**np. Israel. .... • .• *.-. %  %  • &5*f5 Theodore • %  %  • • • %  .;. %  %  • • • _*o Acker man, James A & &f -* 0*'* d L* I Leonard Wf -:'~mBiry;.'.'--. S.-inyRM. • .' • %  %  %  • • • Aryasi Fur the In Z. E •steer'i JackRrfkifl, Sarr> Fnedlend, Ltr.lr^ Ror 3 l. Sam Simonhofr, Den Dubbin and ._. • Independence Daj %  ii %  % %  %  Joseph Recitovsky ind Tibor Stern • •: Mai Eralender %  %  < lJKKl I4tb anniversary rally at Fla Jack Felk. Ak> Gordon, best v. Joseph MeWc, *rf. %  D Of Ted TrjvKm at the Algiei Harry Tr^min'j eta* %  ,! San. Claude Pepper went P •' • I i CMAFUS $£ A.,..n Seiovitch at Kead Of BB Federation %  ( the Floi •:. Rtion • -. -. %  .• %  • • HI n L • %  • %  %  Fourth Lecfyrc Scheduled Fovrl by Dr. •'• 1 earn rniaf %  • %  • Beach Heart Seminar Slated Here • %  • %  %  %  urti "; %  %  I • i • [the Hctr. -. Hun *c*ociry VWMFJ, %  rUBlJAGUSS tHI DARKLV / park WIT norrrumdie -£5. theatre > is theatre S DEUGHT YOUR FRIENDS UP NORTH WITH FLORIDA'S FINEST GIFT FRUIT Do it the easy way-by mall. Mail your orders to Rich Dale Growl for prompt handling. INDIAN RIVER GRAPEFRUIT and RIDGE COUNTIES ORANGES f •*• •#•* &f > r •• %  • Or—e— M% •r Orop*#rvlt n/rJ In 'fruit protector' gift cartoni 90 1b. box 11.95 Full bushel 8.50 Vi bushel M 6.50 12 lb. sampler.... 1.75 eampara auallty n anCa*. Tea aaal aM Kleh Dale for aupara value. Pnaai Irciuaa salivary aieapt AM 10% Waat a* M itiuippi. \2 00 to Canada.SatMadaaa auarantaaa ar IruM la replaced ar aeaaaj Jalundad. RICH DALE GROVES Welndala, Plorlda aararaeMdarelaMBfl Beth Shirah Eyes Convention Temple tend %  '. the i• r iti H 01 K'". ni nd FellowMa) 17 tO 20 ir. •kie, III Atti • 'i.r.. ibbl Morris ntor M<-rman K Cott'. Da • tei br.'i L'.-e Aeren Dr M Kapli %  isophy %  ( Juda • %  Dr [ra .n thf • .*> A. OLPtr(/N ttee Wolff revealTemp .* sponsor a • .' -• -. ir • %  RomVance Pack..--: and Dorothy Stickney: a • Jf: exhibit!'• ::ng rrai | •. • %  : ill iral %  %  %  • '.: : %  Rats oils : %  ) nd thei .' interest to the entire commun> To lop o the evening, "Temple Israel— Past, Present and Fuhire," a dramatic work written by Rabbi Joseph R. Narot, was presented by Mrs. Harold Aus( Under, Seymour Eisenfeld and Ira Mogul under the direction of Mrs. Joseph Portnoy. eli -'d at v. •'••2i' were Myron \| ei retarj ; Le.';i $i i bberg firetary; \i --.•'.'" • %  • rei for 11 en en Ehrhi b si — ; • ;r • Graham, Cal Kov< '•' M* hi \n Bern %  •' Gus Ft ... am >anI • I • :. %  %  I I SATURDAY, MAY 12 ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY 8:30 P.M. MIAMI BEACH CONVENTION HALL Tickers — S6.00 — 4.00 — 3.00 — 1 75 TkkMl a Silc Iti Offic, l,Ti„ Dint Starts, Aauaaat, C.6 ; M %  *'* %  f\q\tt Boo'1 Record Melody Muiic Shop. HoHywood GENERAL AUTO REPAIRS WOODVS TEXACO JiKRVirK luh-icotlon Specialists — Gas Oils Batteries Tires "Service with • Smile" 470 N.W. 5th STREET PHONE FR 3-9533 Baby Die-Dee Diaper Service "Uril MIAMI'S r I s r An Exclusive Laundry for Diapers and Baby Clothes Jill N.W. 10th AVENUE PHONE FR 5593 Miller Electric Co. of Miami, Inc. QUALITY CONTRACTING t SUVICt 3905 N.W. 37th Ct. Ph. NE 3-2686 To Serve You is Our Pleasure Ed. J. Vischi Real Estate in All its Branches 12486 NE. 7th AVENUE •hone PL 4-4661 "Prompt Day and Night Service" M.-rttSa^lSI K-HOVETT PLUMBING CONTRACTORS FOR SALES, SERVICE OR REPAIRS PHONE PI 7-0606 9443 PAKh;',-r DR.VE MIAMI SHORES, FLORID* FURNISHERS & INSTALLERS Inlaid Linoleum Asphalt Tile Rubber Tile "EVERY INSTALLATION GUARANTEED'-Phene tor Free Esfimolei 2465 N.W. 76th STREET OX 6-3202



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Paat> I ft. A :-' + P*i Judge Meyei L Cherkas. recently reelected i iidenl of the 1500 Men's Club missioner Alex Gor n .1 u peakei and Judge Frederii B is tailed the new slate ol fici Ceoi %  seneral maaager of Morton Tow I oni I ; i. ir.\ HIMI '4rcup of guests The event was -.eid in th il Moron Towers, 15th st ami Biscayne Bay Cardiac Board Appoints Two The election of Henry Dreyfus and Mortimer Peldman to the board <>f governors of National Children's Cardiac Hospital has been announced by Leo Robinson. president of the free, non-sectarian hi spital devoted to young heart patient.-. Both men have lerved the hospital as associate board members. DP .f ithe son of the late Milton U Dreyfus, nr.st vice president until his death earlier this and Feldman is the son ol rd member Irving Feldn ,ii UNIQUE! MAGNIFIQUE! GAFE' JARDIN SUISSE something new in dining nk to a complete served twenty-four n day." Free Parking %  JARplN SUISSE RONEV PLAZA HOTEL. J;r3 Street Old Coffins *.' %  -. • Miami leech • JE J-59M FISH BI&BKCT Handsomest Seafood Restaurant anywhere in the world!!! LUNCHEON from 85C SERVED FROM 11:45 A W. DINNER from •2.25 Same ownership •> COCKTAIL. LOUNQI Amph • hmoi.: Tony S*et'l PMOH E: p.rkmf spK* • Ristiurant • 86S-8688 premises 1900 N. Bay Causeway (79 St Causeway) Miami Beach 15 OPEN EVERY NIGHT 170„NjU.5.Sr f VSM'PMVIL T ^ FR 4-2655 FOR YOUR ENTERTAINMENT: i the HIM of the year when Uu revui ^ imes i i the foi i hot< ich f shews II mpai .1 Hot roduced by I e S laffer, whosi Jten 'EJ st Side S biggesl %  Hot Hai 5 a fasl i ml !'S Oldest of all the sage spectaculars -s th* Carillon's Lou Walters' proc'-jctions. Latest version, "Scandales ce Paree." is siated tor an indefinite run. s present I P f %  %  Barry Ashl tat Arnaut • ti ns and mipi • f bird calls I a look layne Mansfii star ol : % %  .< %  revue featured V'espia Brother-, probably the best singing here this j ear. %  + t BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: Alan Sherr, rapidly increasing his prestige as producer cf successful concerts here, presents the wonderful Kingston Trio at the Miami Beach Convention Hall tomorrow. Still quite a few choice sea'..available. The Kingston Trio have broken records wherever they have appeared and should do capacity business at the Convention Hall Remember Judy Garland's appearance here back in December when the not squad had to be on hand to hold the giant crowd in check? That was Sherr s first concert sponsorship. Two fine musical organizations offer versatility and excellent musicianship at Harrys American Bar at the Eden Roc Billy Maxted and his Manhattan Jazz Band swing part of the time, and Luis Yarona's orchestra offer danceablt Latin rhythms the rest of the evening. Max ted is fur a limited engagement, so suggest you get over to Harry s .isoon as possible if you don't want to miss that great group uf musicians in action. Another swinging spot for the dance elite is the Boom Boom room of the Fontainebleau, which is featured regularly in the weekly TV show, "Surfside 6." Holding forth for the dance devotees are Chero and Del Prado orchestra and the Frank Natale Trio. Freddie Crane Quartet, featuring Mary Fassett, is featured nightly ^rom 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. at the Roney Plaza. Before or after your dance isession there suggest a snack at the delightful new Cafe Jardin Suisse. Many are making this bright new indoor and outdoor cafe a "must stop" on the way home from the movie or a concert. MOVIE TIME: Don' know at press time whether "Onl> Two Can Play is holding over another week at the Mayfair or Sunset, but wherever this comedy ibooked next, make sure you see n Peter Sellers and an excellent cast bust your buttons with the most hilarious situations I've seen on screen in years The spue of sex is sprinkled liberally throughout the story, but never in an offensive mam •Last Year ai Marienbad" is quite a revelation in plot, phol raphy and dialogue Director Alan Resnais practical!) leaves the movie up to you for interpretation Some will say il doesn't make head or tail, but whatever your opinion, you'll :.iik ..bout th:off-beat ie l r a long long time to come Rosalind Russell, Jack Hawkins, Maximilian Schell and Richard Beymer are the strong cast in Five Finger Exercise," now at the Carib, Miami, Miracle and 163rd St. Theatres. Schell, the Acad'my Award winner, plays a tutor, whose affection for this family also verges on a dalliance with the mother, played by Rosalind Russell. Each member, mother, father and son, has a proolem, climaxed by the affair. Still going strong Is "Jud i Nuremberg." revealing the highly dramatic role that garnered the Schell, who plays the part of the defense attorney for the ac< V ; %  movie is showing at the Lincoln Theatre. SPORTS SCENE: Ben Kallen, er of the An • Mock Exchange, knows his golf as well as h< market quotations. He ed out Milt Levy for the Seniors Championship at Bayshi i of th,most exciting matches seen there in quite some time. Doctors' v.iv,-s heeding their hubbies' advice ai in for the relaxation and healthful enjoyment of golf in a big way are Mrs Maxwell Sayet, Mrs Julian Rickles, Mrs David Nathan and Mrs Nelson Zivitz. Taking advantage of the lack of crowds on the municipal courses on the Beach the past few wick have been Mrs. Milton Levy, Mrs Harry Relkm. Mrs. Stan Raskin. Mrs Peggy luikel. and Mrs. Orrie Boland. Hotelmen Ben Kline and Sa I Cohen long with spa owner Saul Cohen (no relation) have been Bayshore regulars the past few weeks, with their wives Also on the scene there, the Sid (stock broker) Feuers, Dr. and Mrs Don Michnoff, Dr S'orman Russ, Bill Segal, of ohoto develoi e, and Pink> Drabin. of the Eden Roc staff Also finding more time tor his favorite sport is night club tour director Mill Biber. RESTAURANT ROW: Among recent diners al popular Tony's Fish Markel have been attorney Shirley Woolf, whose clients include Belle Barth and Martha Rave: Mr. and Mrs. Benny (songwriter) Davis; and the Julius Kasdins, drug store tycoon. If you've been to King Arthur's Court, we don't have to expend adjectives as to its relative merits. But have you visited the only Japanese Steak House in America, located at the same site, Miami Springs Villas? It's really different and delicious. Make sure you make reservations, as seating is limited. one of the better spots to cater your party is the Rathskeller, located ai the Congress Airport Inn on LeJeune rd. Businessmen head for the Rosedale on 5th st.. in Miami, for homeL'OOked snacks and luncheon favorites Variety of tasty catered dishes to take-out, or order for the home Delivery service is tops. Rapidly gaining favor as one ol the favorite -pots for family dining. especially on Friday night, is the Morton Towers restaurant. Schiff in Second Term for JNF Py Special Report NEW TORE -A .. ": %  Jl | \ | of America for the past I has been reelected pre od term at the biennial meet. [lie, of the JNF bo hire Along with Schiff, r ;s honorary presidents Dr Harm J Levine. who of the JNF for ten con terms, and Dr. Israel Gold Mi ndel Fisher, who for 2s years officiated ..executivi tary of t( tors Holsuw Executive tlecitd I ternate trus I I. i. %  i vici t of sales foi sum Bal ers, has bei Florida baki ry su ?1 WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS Lounge—Entertainment rOUt HOST, JOt COH£N BANQUETS PR. V A I c PARTIES 1 atbsMfct V 1*850 LeJeune fed. Wrtm CULAROfM CONGRESS AIRPORT INN NE 5-G-4-N %  KING ARTHUR'S COURT The SINGING STRINGS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART BRUNS, Co-Owner ORTERUOuSt A DINING PLACI OF DISTINCTION THE ONLY PLACE FOR "DOUBLE" PORTERHOUSE STEAKS A COMPLETE MENU OF FINE FOODS None Irrrrr AI Ani floe* At Any PVice COCKTAIL LOUNGE Cornt, 132nd St. ami S. Oi>Je Hwy Phone CE S-I42I GRANADA HOTEL 1013 MERIDIAN AVE. 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Page 10-A *Jl*ist> thrUlan Friday. May H, \g*. The Zionist Movement Today Continued from Pago 9-A status .n the life of the local community. In thi? connection one should mention the special efforts undertaken by the United Jewish Appeal in the United States. It will be recalled that the U.J.A. in America has undertaken the raising jf a special sun of S35 m. to meet the needs of absorption and housing, over and above the regular campaign schedule. As these lines are being penned, preparations are also underway for :he launching of a special campaign in Israel. It is our belief that the citizens ot Israel, who are shouldering the heaviest burden of immigrant absorption. must also share the work of absorption through voluntary contributions, in addition to taxation. heavy though that may be. and this to an extent commensurate with the scope of immigration. Joint Immiaration Authority So far for the immigration arriving from the countr.es of stress. But the Executive of the Jewish Agency has not overlooked the encouragement of immigration from the West. If we consider the num her of immigrants who arrive', during the year under review from such countries as the Onited States. Canada. Br.tain. etc. we see that although the figure is comparatively small, immigration from these countries is conNatural Resources Continued from Page 8-A light. It is visualized as being ideal for remote villages far from a central electricity network. In this small power package solar energ: is used to vaporize chlorobenzene, a special fluid with a high molecular weight. The vapor drives the turbine. Apart from this solar generator Tibjr has developed solar for heating water for purposes, which are extensivel used throughout Israel bet sports to rts of rid. But -• i xcitii B : ill Dr. Tabor >jects on w inch he is is the p ssibility of cre:jr pond which will be ., %  :.:•. a ;> % %  >r station. He : these s >lar energy projects suitable for countries in tropical latitudes: most of these lands are underdeveloped and in desperate need of sources of energy. Challenge of Sea Less spectacular but equally important work for arid zone countries is that on the desalination of brackish water. Israel's desert, the Negev. contains surprisingly large reserves of undrinkable brackish water, and the age-old dream of conversion at reasonable cost lias fascinated the country's scientists. Beyond this i> i %  even < aster challenge oj the sea. Mr. Reuven Matz, a former South African, of the Arid Zone Research Institute, has beei working lor ninny years on con verting brackish water into sweel by means of electrodialysis using plastic membranes. stantly on the ascendant. The Executive is now considering a number ot practical plans tor the increase of such immigration, and its chairman. Moshe Sharett. has appointed a special auvibei Of) this very vital sphere ot activity for the Zionist Movement. Deliberations have aifo been, held on the establ.shmenl ot a .vnt Authority for Immigration trom the West, on which both Jewish Agency and the Government ot lscael will be represented Advances ha\-e also been made in a number ol vital fields connected with the absorption of immigrant s lroiv these countries. The year under review was marked b\ the arrival ot the one millionth .mmigrant to Israel since the establishment ot the State. The Zionist Movement may justly pride itself on this historical achievement of bringing over to Israel one million Jews from over 80 countries. r I SHERATON HOTEI? CONFIRM BOTH TRAVMQRE ML(W. At 24th ST., MIAMI BtACH Writ* For Information and ReM'vii ont. JE 10331 e Air Conditioned Rooms e Private Beach ana Pool e Parking on Promise* • Cocktail Lounge e Dining Room ^a Entertainment IT'S DONE VIA RESEMJRON SHEIWFONS EXCLUSIVE ai-XTRONIC COMPUTER! 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*5 -— tn Frre *-3 +Je*lsl>ikskHnn Friday. May 11. 1992 7ranees cJL^entrt an We the Women DOfOTHr *C 'AN OF THE WEEK Her pWl • look fon art Right : %  —ace u always, was ngbl I Editl %  : ." I %  %  .• %  %  cami mt that 1 • • r 1 ed for the I montl I Miami Sh< ... .... • %  • Fred K et, I Uberl Pallot, • '. •' -.' %  • : %  I %  third nil .. • D • %  .--: %  m 1 ... came Vpart from these commui Dor thj loves to r'-ad • tail Onlj me sweater rei ibe had tx ... for Ab\ yellow and white flowers decorated Westview Country ( the night of the formal dinner dance It was in honor of the 1 ders. which is ju-t as good an excuse for a party as anything else. 1 %  >*as a whole table of founderamong them Mr. and Mrs Sidney Mi -r Mr. and Mrs Harold Landfield. Mr and Mrs. Arthur Ungar. and Mrs Robert '/. Greene, Mr and Mrs E E. Bloom. Mr and Leonard Abess, and Mrs. Hal Pelton. At Dr. and Mrs. Lester A. i -ir.'table were liabbi ar.d MrMorris Gratz. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin rs, and Mr. and Mrs Murray Ko-enthal Helene Rosenthal. her !• gown lovely with her blende hair, sang and pla>ed the piano. enjoying the intimate atmosphere of the party were Mr. and Mrs. ogen, Mr and Mrs, Harold Aaronsohn, and Mr. and Mrs. Max &f • f-EY SHOWED OFF THEIR NEW HOUSE I/onard and Diane Treister had a party the other night, the first if series TV-ir new bouse designed by Leonardbrother, Kenneth, '.st unusual — a two-Story affair built a" angle-, with balconiein t: :\ ar.d back. After the buffet dinner, there were all kind> of music <•-. Stanle\ Brodsk) won 'h' prize for a Mexican hat dance, and < ilyn 'Mrs. Donald) Barmack won a prize for the Twist. Among ts were Neil and Barbara Schiff .lerrv and Rita Cohen, Alan and I • % %  Marcus, and Bob and Pat Koeppel The most daring stayed up u' four o'clock and had scrambled e| • NC" FOR DIETERS Deane 'Mrs Edwardi Eisenberg, looking lovely in a shaded pink on with m&tching pink shoes and jewelry, greeted her guests for 1 neon at the Deauville hotel. Among guests seated at the long table %  eautifully flowered in blue and yellow were Marilyn (Mrs. Harry 1 .'h, Valerie 'Mrs Buddy) Hart. Jewel (Mrs. Gerardi Schainuck. G 1a (Mrs. Howard) Scharlin. and Cecily (Mrs. Gerald) Katcher. NatMrMelvini Frumkes. Francine 'Mrs. Donald) Rose, Elbe 'Mrs M .on Singer) and Ellen 'Mrs. Sam, jr.) Luby were all on time for ti • d'oeuvres. After lunch, at about threeish. coffee and French ry were served Among participantwere Barbara 'Mrs. Robert) Beverly 'Mrs Howard) Gordon. Mrs. Maurice Rose. Mrs. Abe 81 12 and Mrs Alan Savitz. 0*E IF BY LAND TWO IF BY SEA Irving and Shirley Miller needed two lanterns. They went by sea —' -• sea really was Indian Creek—in their boat to Burt and Jackie s party so that they wouldn't have to buck the traffic. It didn't I • them one bit longer. Jackie greeted her guests in a pink red incd dress to match the color scheme of the party, which was out he terrace facing Indian Creek. Tables with pink and red urnias and a 'inkling fountain tanked with pink azclias were mest • rative. Jackie and Burt wanted their guests. Arthur and Helen ) from New York, to meet their Miami friends. (The Foxes are the < -tier House of Seymour Fox.) Among guests were Harold and Joyce } dland. Jimmy and Ruth Cohen, Sidney and Muriel Rudolph, Jack Norma Gaines, Ed and Byrdie Dennison, Stanley and Joni Tate, ;• in and Sunny Harris, and Stanley and Beverly Levitch. Israel Romance Leads to Rites A romance which began last summer in Israel, culminated in the marriagi (MrMartha /.ick larold Edelstein on Thursday M Rabbi Tiber H Stern performed which wa-, held in M Beach home of the • i. Irvin Neham. bter of I 1 Neham. • • ,a' ter MrDavid ,m. % %  Mrs. M -: %  Fashion Show To End Season 1' E—-' -%  7 • %  L: :• %  %  • : i Barbara Segal pins a corscge on her mother. Helen Mrs | Segci. in anticipation of Temple Menorah's USY hiei. --Florida JWV Plans Convention The Departme I A'ar Veterai • tel on June l to 3. members ar.d families eligil to join in the weekend activities and business meetings. f-cording to Henry Norton, state commander. blights of the convention will be the Friday night service conducted by the national deputy chaplain. Cantor Emanuel Mandel, assisted by the Dade Heights Jewi=h Congregation choir The Saturda) night banquet will feature a well known comedian. Many important issues will be discussed at the Sunday conclave. At II a.m on Sunday, special memorial services will be held to honor departed veterans. The convention will close after the election of officers Sunday afternoon. Newly-approved low cost burial pian is now available to paid-up members. The Beyer Funeral Home has been designated as oi' ficial Department of Florida. JWV, Funeral Home. Sunday. Menorch USY Will Honor Mothers ring a year of \outh activin Tei irah. l'nited V itfa II hold a • it combining installaofficers and a tribute •• eri on Day this • Temple chapel. ed in morning bi Mayer Abramoot the service is taken from the Book of Proverbs. chapter 31: "A woman of valor is n. -•• children rise up and call her blessed." Following the service, a special breakfast prepared by the Temple Menorah Sisterhood will be served the youngsters and their mothers. During the breakfast. Barbara Se;al and Michael Lisinsky will pay special tribnte to all mothers as they are presented with a souvenir token of the occasion. Cof. Dunbaugh to Talk Col. Frank Dunbauzh irill Iran at a L'nited Nationtroup meeting Tuesdaj ever.11 ; Washington Federal Saving: Lan Assn. Mrs. Anna We.-• chairman of the sroup. Annual Donor Dinner I R Goodman group of Ha %  .' ill %  •si: nal i :. r at the Sorrento hotel Satur p.m. Program will mi guest speakers and entert.. : Mrs. Moses Will Accept Gavel Menorah chapter. B'nai B'rith Women, will hold its annual installation on Tuesday noon at the Algiers hotel. Installing officer will be Mrs Esther Lerman, president of the Miami Beach Council. New officers are Mrs. Solomon Moses, president: Mrs. Lillian Fink. Mrs. Bertha Woskoff, and Mrs. Geraldine Kunken. vice presidents; Mrs. Harry Goldstein, corresponding secretary. Chairman of the day is Mrs. William J. Morris. In charge of tickets are Mrs. Mildred Freeman and Mrs. Samuel Tannenbaum. Beth Shiran Will Mark Founding Temple Beth Shirah will mark its ffirst anniversary and the dedication of the founders plaque for the first 150 families to join the new congregation with a Founders dinner. To be held Saturday. May 26. at the Di Lido hotel, the testimonial will also elebrate the 25th anniversary in the Florida rabbinate of Rabbi Morris Skop. as well as the silver wedding anniversary of Rabbi and Mrs. Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb will present a musical tribute with Mrs. Milton Conrad, soloist. Chairman of the dinner is Lee Aerenson. News Analyst To be Specker Hendrik J. Berns. news anahend editor of the Miami News. be guest speaker Wednesday evening. May 16. at Dade Heights Jew ish Congregation for the Biscayne chapter. American Jewish Con grass. Winner in 1958 of the Nation.'; Conference of Christians and Jews Brotherhood Award, Berns Will discuss "Blunder from the Right.' 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Pcre 8-A +Je*l§tncr*ffor Friday. May U t Israel Launches Fourteenth Anniversary Yea r From Sensational Eichmann Trial to Firing of Rockets, independence Spells Success By AL POTASHNICK rael's Bar Mitzvah yeai ;<< i year of independent) -c : m my e\ ents whose imi will be fell at home an ad I r y< ars to come. Almost ultaneously with the gala eelations r,f Independence Day. > :ch included a stirring mi: ade through thestreets ol J< i %  .It-ill. the trial ol Adolf Eich. .in opened in the nationcapilore than 400 foreign coi dent-, among them journali-tinten In %  .. convergin the Beit Ha'am Comm ter courtroom to cover the I for the world pr< -it'. '.:' %  I .1: the awful his. ol the il E n Jewry was carefully Eichmann was found .it: De< IS %  asentence th. • hikthe Kichmann trial progn --. th country welcom• the millionth immigrant res. <>\. r the past year, the of immigration, which has n relatively low t*>r a number 1 years, increased .-harply until reached proportions greater ny any previous year in the -t decade. Israel's population now passed the two and one. rter million mark. Need for Construction he large numbers of newcomt aroused concern in GovernB nt and Jewish Agency circles -. threatened housing shortage r.:ught fears of a return to the •. of the ma'abarot transient t nps. To forestall this "giant ~.p backward", the Government posed a compulsory lmmigra%  a loan on all wage earners, and Keren Hayesod and United ish Appeal launched a special ergency fund-raising drive in I'nited States and elsewhere. The need for large-scale con-• .iction ot new homes lor immints loreed the 'oivornment to e -tento curtail the public .Iding program in order to treeId.nit workers for the moi itial h msing pi Tlv i-h Agem > opt • % %  '! ,, -11 to enlist the < % %  .. pei ti /> ns in the task of immi irption and integral ion. •'iini 1 encouragement 1 : :n the I jracl Bond camp 1 h celebrated the complet .1firsl decade, during which re than $.">>• %  m.llion in 1 tnan that 1!"".'. v aa recor I the ale ui Is During its 14th ytrj was jarre I bj 1 -• ries ts: a wave oi sti iki by its ssionals; thi and conviction ol si veral inti-government dem 1 by Arab minority -:'0 : ish and anti-Israel campaigns launched by the Soviet Union and its satellite countries. Scientific Advances General elections sau Mr. Ben in and his Map li partj h had lost In e K;i — el lied in the h was formed in coalition ith the N 1 ional R ty. Ahdut Avodah, Poalei Agudat Israel, and two Arab parties The Liberal party, born trim the merger ol the General Zionist and the Progressive parties, partici: lor the first time in this in campal The firing ot "Shavit II." Israel's firsl locally developed multistage meteorological rocket, usin:; an Israel-invented solid luel propellant. was matched in public interest by the archeaological revelations from the caves in the Judean desert In addition to the dramatic find by Dr Yigael Yadin of letters and other documents connected with the Bar-Kochba revolt, a hoard of copper and ivory cult artifacts discovered by Mr. Pesach Bar Adon near Ein Ged.. cast important new light on the chronology and extent of Mesopotamian civilization. Other archaeological activities were carried on at Ramat Rachel, where an Iron Age city, and the citadel of the Judean Kings were cleared, and the site identified as the Beit Hakerem ot the Bible and the Ein Kerem of the New Testament; at Ein Gev. where an extensive Israelite city was uncwered; at Tiberias where a beautiful mosaic floor of a fourth century synagogue came to light; and at Caesarea where an ancient Roman amphitheater cleared. The amphitheater was later for a concert by I'abio Casals, one of a number ot wellknown artists who participated in Israel's First Music Festival. The celebration by the I-rael PhllharIc orchestra 01 its 25th anniversary marked another imporContinued on Page 9-A Out of the zAsU** of tL SucreJ Six Jriilli en ;_• a i the ashes of *he Sacred Six Million, the rrangled souls of Jewish men ,. and uren slaugh-ered by ^az atrocity durmg the Hitler era, emerged the State of Israel 0 prophecy time Israel reborn is a tribute to the J e( rvived : ess generations of man's inhumanity to man. It ?wish a ,jvid a< swe %  • • -.of the-' all, the German bestiality of the Hitler era, •iditions are infinite and sun ..-. en : -s of finite h story. Fourteen years %  1S5ed .:ied Israel, and in this short tin %  • is accon hed the following SHORTAGE OF LABOR IN GREAT PROMINENCE Growing Pains for Growing Economy By ASHER HADAL Had anyone predict" ago "hat a ;;... jor I : r Israel in the ye 11 1961 would growing $ % %  r, he : have been conid< red In pel. istic — even for an Israeli Yel thai 1case. No longi :• menl a central problem — from an unemploy nil : more than 11 percent back in IS rate fell by slow degree to under 7 percent in 1957. to under 5 per1 nl in 1960 and in 1961 fell to about 3.5 percent (final estimates are not yet in), We can put it another way, From 1953 to 1961 the population, and with it the number of employed persons in I>,rael. increased by nearlv half the population figure of 1953; during the same period, the number of unemployed fell bv more than half. This is not to say that unemployment has stopped being a problem. There are certain villages of new immigrants, such as Shlomi in the Galilee, in which development has not caught up with the increased population; and certain age groups of citizens —the very young workers and the very old—who still find difficulties. Increased Immigration But from an economic view point, the shortages of labor were, in 1961. in greater prominence The shortages were still restrict ed to certain tradeor certain places, especially building work ers outside the main cities, engi%  •;• ers and technicians, managers and administrator-, secretaries expert in English who also know Hebrew, Although immigration in 1961 was at a considerably higher level than in I960, this did little to sati.-fy the needs for -pecialContinued on Page 9-A Eyes of the World Focus Here Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion meets with Premier Chief S. L. Akintola, of Western Nigeria, at Mr. Ben-Gurion's office in Jerusalem. (Sept. 10, 1961.) Meeting indicates growing regard in which African nations hold Israel, whose program for cooperation with developing countries is internationally viewed as nothing less than remarkable in light of Israel's own growing needs. INGMITr Of ISHAIU scum Natural Resources Emerge From Laboratory Test Tube In photo at left are judges in the awesome trial torney General Gideon Hausner cross-exam Cd Adolph Eichmann. Left to right are Judge ines Adolf Eichmann. In foreground, wearina Benyamin Halevy, Justice Moshe Landau, and earphone, is Dr. Robert Servatius, defense l-iqe Yitzhak Raveh. In photo at right, Atcounsel. By PHILIP GORDON Israel differs from most u t the emergent countries in that it has shortage ol raw materials and a comparative abundance ol high, Ij trained scientists, as well as ol well-equipped institutions and technicians From the earliest daj o| the nation revival, lead • rs such as Herzl and Weumann insisted on the need to use science as a substitute lor natural resources. This approach led to the early establishment of the Hebrew University, the Haifa Technion and the Weizmann Institute oi Science. Furthermore, many urc.it scientists who escaped from Hitler's Europe came to Israel, while others have been attracted from America and England by the ideal ol contributing to Israel renascent, Man) ol the scientists engaged in basil science and other.m applied science—the boundaries are not kept clear The countrj baa developed "a ramify oi scientists, including a large number who were born and trained in Is. iael itself. I" July, 1961 the country's scientists received their most dramatic accolade from the world when a meteorological rocket manufactured in Israel largely from Israel, material, soared 80 miles ,nto the ionosphere The locket, known as Shavit II was an important aid to research Israel became the seventh country m the world to hav e launched such ji rocket. In doing so, tl trj chemists %  > % %  I elected to experimi %  id fuel instead ol a I adopting a techniqui used bj small count Harnessing the Sun Another ipectaculai for Israel's applied -• progress made -n hai power of the sun It' that Israel is short ol sources does not take the greatest source ": 1 existence, the sun down unused day aftei many of the underdevi tries Lacking conventional I< of energy such as wood, Israel has natu attracted by experiments throughout the world t" hai solar energy. The Nan cal Laboratorv was sel Government under the din of Dr Henry Tabor, torn England. Last year. Di 1 demonstrated a 5 h p a solar enerv power said to be the first of n: the world, at a United *^ Conference ot New Source ol ergy which took place m it' %  Dr. Tabor calculates thai erator can supply electricitj cost of 5 U.S. cents per kilowatt hour in a sunny climate TM model generates sufficient to run a variety of small pumps and mills as well as to supply Continued on Pago 10-A



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kiday, May 11. 1962 *, fmvlsti nor/dttsw Page 3-A Cutler Eke ? d to Second Term as Head c !" !hm N med ch m m trfhnr II i 'nnrshnn board < ha Of Miami Jewish Community Center Hiqhliaht of the 11th annual dinner meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center is reached as Leon Kaplan o vice president of the National Jewish Welfare Board. m ikes a giil presentation to Efraim H. Gale, Center executive the occasion of his tenth anniversary with the ler, Presentation was Sunday evening at the Dupont Plaza. brVUCC Executive Director Cited Por Ten Years of Service to Agency General •Kentof the nth anh ii dinner meeting oi the GreatMiami Jewish Community Cen• at the Dupont Plaza hotel Sun i• r. was th( honoring ol its exeeu live director. Efraim H. Gale, on Ihe occasion of his ten years of serve, to th< agency. Many presentations were made 1,, Cale. (enter President. A Budd pn Rented a bronze plaque Gale which read: "A testimonial f grateful appreciation to Efraim I Gale for his outstanding, unselfish service and contribution, for hi leadership, vision and ability, executive director. 1952-1962 ." Gale also received statements ol personal appreciation from Harold Thurman, vice president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, connection with the greetings thai he brought from that organi v mon. John B. Turner, chairman ei the board of United Fund, who was installing officer, presented a phy to Gale 'as a leadership award to outstanding workers in the community." As a special g-ft from leaders in the Center and the community, Gale received a presenation from Leon Kaplan, vice president of the National Jewish Welfare Board, in the form of a trip abroad. Kaplan said that 'Gale's influence has been a vital factor in the growth of the agency." Mrs. Dorothy Kreig1 er Fink presented a musical tribute 1 in the form of a series of song parodies for each of Gale's ten years of service. Presentation was written by Mrs George A. Simon and Mrs. Philip Schiff. Emanuel Tropp. Center associate director, presented Gale with a gold watch on behalf of the staff of the agency. A special message was also brought by Arthur Rosichan. Federation executive director. A Budd Cutler, Miami [orney, ed Foi .. -.. %  md term as i resident ol Ih %  Greal i Miami .l.'u ish Commun tj Ci nt< r al the Center's lltb annual dinner meeting "ii Sundaj night at the Dupont Plan hotel. other officers elected for the coming year are honorary president, Isidore B. Simkowltz; vice presidents Jack Katzman, Mrs. George A. Simon and Stanley Spieler; treasurer, Mrs Philip Same'.; associate treasurer, Herschel Rosdi'hal; financial secretary, Milton Balsam; and corresponding secretary, Howard Dunn. (ill cers elected lo head up each ol the respective branches of the Center were announced: Miami l ranch—president, Stanley Spieler; honorary pn sident, Mrs. George A, Simon; first vice president, Herschel Rosen thai; second vice president. Arthur Stein; and secretary, Mrs Leslie Blumberg. Miami Beach Branch—president. [| arrs Levin. Merle Litman Robert Grossman; vice presidents,' shall Berkson and Jacob Katzmagnificent FIRST RACE 8:15 P.M. MIAMI Kennel Club \ DOG RACING i NIGHTLY fx'rof Sundays) -*• NO MINORS • — — ,., ~— -J > "— 7 I or Reservations phone JE 1-0348 MIAMI BEACH Kennel Club SOITH rjfjDOti COI.I.INS ANTNIJF, MIAMI BEACH Complete and Dependable Tifle Service (AMI TITL€ & Gkttact Co. 34 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY • ESCROWS • ABSTRACTS • TITLE INSURANCE 124 SECURITY TRUST BUILDING and 136 N.E. 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Friday. May 11, 1962 •, kwist norkttan Pcge 11-A J Trio Behind Dade Terror Are Long-Time Malcontents DONALD BRANCH AIIKf BABfr GEORGE VKTIR Undercover Miami Police Break Case WMS the fantastic terrorist tice sessi in the Everglades Plumacher attended meetings of involving three Miami men i with grenades and guns. To crack the "Minute Men" group and parS.rrkcn up here late last week? (he ring. Gerstein went 10 work tic.pated in monthly training scssThe police have been looking into ultn ( s gapp, head ol the ions in the Everglades, which also causes ol bombings here as far intelligence Division here, included rifle practice. ,k is L951. win'" the Nemo nous* development. Carver Village, and Detective L. F. Gracey, also Gerstein and the Mlami Police us first rocked by a blast. ol the Intelligence Division. n .. vt ( | jsl .; 0S( ,,| that they hoped the Neither have other bombings, inTogether, Ihey chose undercover undercover probe would he earned %  (hiding those at Beth El Congregapoliceman, Stefan Plumacher, 26. ril longer before issuing warrants. ii. Tifereth Israel Congregation, v ho Infiltrated the group some two %  i threats of violence to Temple months ago. posing as a Ft. Lauderea of Coral Cables, ever been d„i e pia. resident Plumacher bed was born in Germany, where he) they had to act last. Sheriff Thomas J. Kelly exgrew up and Joined theJJ.SJniy. (d this week that Metro and Wrving ^ m ****?£?** i police intelligence units the I mted stales about a year ago. I since been conducting a co-, and joined the M.ami Police, fctcd investigation in order to case. But when Plumacher was inadvertently identified as a police officer, %  be impetus was brought to ric by th February bombhome of Miami Herald I Don Shoemaker and the bombing of the home News Editor William And, some two weeks .nsational "discovery" by nymous caller" reporting • bag of dynamite on Kt in front of Congregation Am Hmes, in southwest Miami, %  ed the police field of Gerstein praised Plumacher highly, who until his assignment to the case, was on patrol with a car duty here. The former German was chosen from among 275 policemen interviewed for the delicate undercover job. It was thithat explained the Ai.she Ernes Congregation "bombing" on Apr. 28. Police, themselves, planted a dummy to shield Plumacher. who had received or<; t rs from the terrorists to bomb the synagogue. Instead of dynamite, the pol.ee substituted sawedOff broomsticks, and bundled them logether with a ••fuse.then staged the "bombing." Kennedy Notes Ghetto Uprising By Special Report ^J^'Sl. VJS NEW YORK—President John F. | u8 aSa in and again that the dignit) Kennedy stated this week that an d spirit of man can survive the "time has not dimmed the heroism m0 st crushing circumstn ic.... and of the people of the Warsaw Ghetto. | that faith in mankind outlives innor the cruelty that they were humanity." made to suffer.'" emphasizing at Donald Branch. Mike Babey, and George Victor contend that they 4iro..bejiu;..-fr..m*d.'-' •• %  • • "I am innocent." Branch insists, "What do you want me to say— that 1 kille.i President Roosevelt?" Babey has told reporters that "I'm just a witness and not the fellow involved in any of this." As for Victer: "I feel I'm being railroaded. The police state has already arrived. Tell the Kennedys I that the; 've it what they wan".. In a stern warning to newsmen, he added: "Don't blow me up and call me a segregationist. I just balicve that I have the right to Ive with who (sic) I want." In p pon • .' question <> whether hi ed to the Minute Men. Victer gave a quick "no" e ply, but added: "I am trying to Marl up a unit." Innocent or not. found in Branch's home bj investigating police was a packet of literature from the American Nazi Party, including a personally-addressed letter to Branch. with itswastika-bearing imprint emblazoned above, and a National Socialist Bulletin, official publication ol the party, whose head is George Lincoln Rockwell, of Arlington. Va. The letter declares: "As part ol our political educational program, each associate member will be questioned on a particular phase of this manual, by mail, monthly. I would appreciate receiving your reactions to this manual right aw ay." Also found at Branch's home was a file with jjb-sections marked "Jews," "Negroes," and "U. S. Government and World Communism." The file listed Dade County State Attorney Richard Gerstein as "a H ebrew." v.as repeated frequently ^n the l'tMire attacking Gerstein. who is Jewish, in additioBj viilttied are President Kennedy, Supren • Court .Justice Felix Frankfurter former L'ndf try of State and now Secretary ol the Treasury Douglas ill! ;: David Dubinsky. head ol ihe Int rnational Ladit .-> Garmi nt Worker.Union. Victer. incidentally, has a long record as a right-wing and -• -•'< tionisl mt Icontent, who •• %  • knocka \ D the Qoor ol Miami n stauranl I ecause the n at w as sitting at a table where Vicl t 1 wanted to Yehudcsh Moshe Dance June 5 Conj %  Yehudah Moshe will have a dance cclebra'.ing the Bar MJtzvah anniversary of the state oi Israel on Sunday evening, June 10. A Falcon and a weekend for two at the Balmoral hotel will be given away. Tickets dated May 5 for the postponed event will be honored. GOLFERS LOWER YOUR SCORES! you con Jwve new Crips iestelled— Clubs reshafttd er reweigated— WHILE YOU WAIT! 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r*ge IU-A -*• Fcrce 16-A Jmist fUridfrn 'Friday, May \\ t Ig L.I A STUDY OF AMTRICAH JEWISH VALUES: PART 2 5efc/?(/ C/a$5 Citizenship Our Enemy By OORE SCHARY %e %  %  of mar. has reacned : •-tsce— .s bq rrob* rery r ::' o u planet—al b panaceas and wotxlrous D • comforts that are uabeBerabte— no: onl> :: people ho \ert :: %  :r.j %  hundred years ago—bu: to pt who are Lwr.g at the very tune these beneiiUare tak.r.We also have orcomph*lnner.s that aiu;t be eons.d tredMac has created tne man Of deatrey'.ng himself completely with a fe* dozen well-placed hydro:tr. horr' S I -e cf our or set ITS • our future leisvn tilBC may be ;per." *l I. siofts are goicg bomb ibehen here we J11 be able to listen, via :; J ... to the details of uterminati n -thirds of the wevhl's population. It jre occupation in which I choose I t to participate. It is a fantastic world—a world that has become homogenized, pressurized paatcur.red. emulsified and •:rr.---:ied It 1= a world of fantastic synthetics and incredible structures, yet we have made only a short stride forward in what is most needed—which is the development of mac's relationship to man. I am all for occupying our leisure time with mus.c and reading and writing, painting, exercising, playing, loving, praying—but all this is not enough. We cannot speak freely of Russian hypocrisy before we eliminate every last vestige of second-class cititzensMp in our own country We cannot support the work of ADL and at the same time speak in hostile terms of other minority .roups who live in our midst. We cannot eompiain t immorless e set extren moral st for ourselves and : %  u I "%  ;tn: aa~ -' % %  *•!• i b a wa jwal -'' Dtfenu .-"-. • '•' %  %  '" • %  %  r. • H a %  • %  % %  --.% % %  t .-.-•:. %  Df.';T.-:: L*gU >j B •-• B nth I a.-r. not thinking of puritanical res: I am speaking of basicmorality that will lead us toward empathizing with the man opposite js Even a man who may d.s.:ree Witfa ,_-. i think it is possible ar learning more about this ever] day. thank; to the study of the mind i—yes. it is possible to bate an idea without hating the man who expressed it. I grant you that this is a fine and tough distinct.or. to make: I grant you that i' is a little difficult for me to disassociate the ideas behind the Birch Society from Mr. Welch, who expresses them—as it was for me to separate what Sen Joe McCarthy had to say from the man himself. But I try. And it is in trying that we learn. Some years ago. 1 watched Ben Hcgan give a golf lesson to some young players. He spoke Jo them of muscle memory. He was making the point that if you kept try. ing and practising the right swing oi a golf club, you would never lose the arc of that swing—that the memory of your muscles would in time perfect what it is you were try.r.g to learn. I think this muscle memory opm our behavior toward people, and a good part of our leisure time could be spent pr. I it loping a muscle memory of behavior; to cultivate an instinctive attitude toward our fellow man that is based on what .s positive rather tiian negative. I think it is the mo-t important thing we can do with our leisure time because if we do not find a peaceful path to each others portal, there will be no portals, no no people and no leisure. In my opening remarks. I jokingly referred to our dangerous ways of living. We take our risks foi granted—hoping that percentages are working for us. There are other risks with which we live The free society that exists in America has certain risks, but .f we eliminate those risks we eliminate our freedom Freedom of thought and expression means just that, not fifty-one percent of freedom, or ninety-nine percent — it means one hundred percent freedom. It means freedom for Mr. Welch and for Gerald L. K. Smith — freedom for every crackpot or any member of rr.y lunat.c fringe organization to have h.s say — if we prevent them from being heard, we can be limiting the freedom of our liberals, our .-< our just, our enlightened voices. There are laws and agencfc protect us But freedom also means we can talk back To each lie we counter with the truth. We can challenge, expose, debate, censure, ite and oppose the charlatan, the faker and the rabble rouser Abigots strive to strike the names of Ralph Bunche and Albert ein from text books, so we must strive to keep those names in As the Lnited Nationibranded as a "socialistic" assembly, we must make the name glitter a; a parliament of mar. that is our best hope in thitroubled world. As weird u'.-ubstantial cr-tics tryto pu^h the books by Eugene 0-" Neill. Hemingway. Faulkner. Sinclair Lewis and histories byCharles Beard. Henry Commager and Bernard DeVoto off the shelves of libraries — we must pu.-h to keep those books where they belong. 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Friday, May n, rs62 Jen 1st mhrSdHan Page 11-B AJCong. Elects Rabbi Kronish Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual :.-.i er ol Tempi) Beth Sholom, has been elected a national vice presiill .in of the American Jewish Concam < at the AJC naventiorr in New \ !',(( i iers oi the national u rnins coui i il il the American .1. v) ir Jack n '' %  >rMrs Alfred Mamlet, Bernard Mandler. and MrDavid Muskat, all i ih. Carl Weinklc (second from left) discusses the State of Israel dinner of tribute and 14th anniversary celebration with members of his committee. From left eve Hairy Sirkin, Weinkle, Fred Sommerstein and A. C. Fine. The dinner will be held on May 27 at the Diplomat hotel under the auspices of the Israel Bond Organization in tribute to Sam Blank, Samuel Friedland, Max Orovitz and Dan Ruskin. Gen. Weiimsnrs to Take Part Here In Bond Tribute to 'Miami Group' One of Israel's greatest heroes, Rrig. Gen. Ezer Weizmann. will icine to Miami on Sunday. May 27, to bring Israel's tribute to four M unmans for their role in the Stale's economic achievements. Announcement that Gen. Weizmann, Comander-in-Chicf of Israel's Air Force, is coming to Miami to join in honoring Sam Blank, Samuel Friedland. Max Orovitz and Dan Ruskin at the State of Israel dinner of tribute at the Diplomat hotel was made by Leonard Rosen, co-chairman of the event, at a dinner meeting of the members of the committee at his home on Wednesday night. Dinner chairman is Carl Weinkle. Rosen pointed out that Gen. Weizmann's attendance at the dinner indicated the significance and esteem with which the members of the Miami Group are held in the State of Israel. Held under the auspiceof the (iieater Miami Israel Bond Organization, the dinner will climax the i< mmunity's celebration of Israel's ] 'ih year of independence. Scion of the late Chaim Weizir.ann, first president of the State of Israel, Gen. Wetzmann is a "Sabra," born in Tel Aviv 38 years I co. Formerly Chief of Operations of the Israel Air Force, he is one Of Israel's foremost national heroes, having distinguished himself in the War of Liberation and previously a member of the RAF during World War II. "Hb.ilywosd Man Gets New Honors Ted .' Sunn, oi Hollywood, Fla., son oi Mrs. Ann:'. Sorin Bild, Miami. %  as named worshipful senior grand steward >: the Grand Lodge of Masons of Florida at a Grand Lodge meeting in Jacksonville recently A past district deputy grand masiei of Masons and past master of Broward Lodge 300. Sorin is a former Hollywood -Citizen of the Year." He holds an honorary life membership in Doric 140 Ft. Lauderdale; Seminole 30, Ft. Lauderdale; Deerfield Beach 325, Deerfield Beach; and Pompano 263, Pompano Beach. One of Hollywood's honored civic leaders. Sorin is a past president cf the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce. In 1959. he was president of the Hollywood Shrine Club and headed the organization through the construction of its new buildiig. A member of the Hollywood Siirine Oriental band, he served as the musical director for two years. He also served as director of activities and Masonic relations with District 6 of the Order of DeMolay. Sorin heads his own insurance organization, which he founded in Hollywood in 1944. Jack D. Gordon (right!, president of Washinaton Federal Savings and Loan Assn., Miami Beach, receives the initial annual Living Religion Award of the First Unitarian Church of Miami from Rev. Robert W. Sonen, minister of the church. The picicue was awarded to Gordon for "his supper! of the prinop.e of the free mind." Child's Tag Day For Mizrachi Monday. May 14. has been designated as Mizrachi Women's Organization Child's Tag Day. Mrs F.mma Rattner has been appointed chairman of Child's Tag Day by Mrs. Israel Teitch. president of Hatikvah chapter. Cochairman, representing the Miami Beach chapter, is Mrs. Sarah Silverstein. Just one of the many projects in Israel of the Mizrachi Women's Organization of America is the Bessie Gotsfeld Children's Village and Farm School (Kfar Batya) at Rai anana. This is a complete model | community in which some 350 chil', dred stemming from 25 countries live. work, study and play. Extensive vocational worksbapi provide training in industrial trades, and farmlands are an outdoor classroom tor all branches ol agriculture. The village is an accredited agricultural high school by the Israel Government. Kfar Batya houses children from ilx ages ol 7 to 17. and provides academic and religious, as well as vocational schuoling. Mizrachi Women's Organization of America maintains and supports many such schools and homes throughout Israel and local chapters in thi> area report a steady increase in membership, according to Mrs. Alfred Stone, coordinator %  for Florida. BRIG. GEN. WEIZMANN Following his service as a fighter pilot with the British Air Force, in which he saw action in North Africa, he returned to Palestine In 1947 and helped bu.ld an air force lor the Haganah, the Jewish Defense Army. In 1951. he went to England for studies at the RAF Staff College for a year, returning home to set up the first stall and command course of the Israel Air Force, which he commanded for 18 months. MY HEARTFELT THANKS fo the people of District 5 for their loyalty and support. As Part Oi A Continuing. Service Jo The Community Washington Federal Joins With The National Cour.cil Of Senior Citizens For Health Care Through Social Security To Present Another WASHINGTON FEDERAL CIVIC FORUM I pledge my continuing efforts toward progressive planning for the benefit of District 5 and all Dade County. ALEX GORDON SEE and HEAR ARTHUR J: GOLDBERG United States Secretary of Labo Medicare and Its Benefits To The Senior Citizen" SUNDAY, MAY 20. 7:30 P.M. 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Friday, May 11. 1962 /ewf^f fhrkttari Page 3-B Teen-agers who have completed 35 hours of volunteer service •t Cedars of Lebanon Hospital will be cited at the next meeting of the Auxiliary on Saturday, May 19, 2 p.m., in the hospital cafeteria. To" be honored are seated (left to right) Hornet Manning, Carolyn Adler, and Barbara Blau. Standing left to right are Judi Botwick and Jane Blau. Moffier's Day luncheon Mrs I ouis Tokayer, president of Dov chapter, Mizrachi Women, announces a past-Mother's Day luncheon to be held at Beth Kl Congre gation on Wednesday noon. Guest speaker will be Rabbi Solomon Schiff, Beth El spiritual loader. "Awards Day* Set For Cedars Unlit "\ i eer \wat y" will be initiated by th imen'a Auxiliary of Cedai I I > ,: anon Hospil il iiii c -rcmo lit s honoring \ ilunteers who have given 100 I, >„r> or more at the next Auxiliary meeting Saturday, May 19,! 2 p.m. • 'This is Ce lars first Volunteer Awards Day. sirce the cpeaing of j the hospital to the piddle on Nov. If). 1961, and it marks a milestone i in the history of our in-service volunteer program," said Auxiliary president, Mrs. Nathaniel Levin. ••Like raw recruits who have succeeded in passing their first tests. these volunteers are now entitled to s rvice stripes symbolizing 100 hours oi work, and have reached an important stage in their training as all round serv ice volunteers 1 !" aided. Auxiliary members who will receive the honor symbol, similar to the Army's promotion marker, are Mesdames Frank Perlman, Gertrude Dunner, Morris Blau. Frank Cole, Ben Novack. Dorothy Aronovitz. Hyman Kaplan. Sol Greenblatt. Robert Werner. Benjamin Oren, and Miss Ketta Merson. Mrs, Philip Warshaw. chairman of the Volunteer Awards Day meeting will present six teen-agers who have completed 35 hours or more of service. •These young ladies have given several hours of work each weekend, assisting in the Cedars Lobby MRS. THEODORE KiPf.'IS No. Beech PTA Officers Listed New offic< rs of '• ich Ele arv i'i A will be John owen on Tu ening m the auditorium. Serving a M cond term as president Is Mrs. Theodore Kipnis, and vice presidents are Mrs David Miller, Mrs. Wolfie Cohen ami Mra. Joseph Pardo. An original script written by Mrs. Maurice Serotta will be pre.ci.ted. and guest speaker will be Al Horowitz, head of art for Dade county schools He will comment on a prolession;l art show loaned by the Huber Galleries which will include the works of artists Janet Kennedy, Hubert Von Zimmerman and Hoy Doremus. There will also be a children's art show. Mi-s Doris Johnson will conduct the first public appearance of the school hand. Harmony Chapter Installation Set 'My Fair City' To Be Presented Temple Kmanu-F.l is currently in Shop and performing miscellaneous Fifth annual installation of officers of Harmony chapter. B"nai B'rith Women, will be held at the Deauville hotel Tuesday evenuig. New officers are Mesdames Sydney Teper. president; .lack Dernis, Minnie Cohen. George Ginsberg. Benjamin Levy and Selwyn WiUig, vice presidents; Sam Bosenthal. treasurer; Florence Lederman, financial secretary; Philip Jacoby, recording secretary; lluth Washton, corresponding see]' Also Mesdames Harvey MichaelBon, parliamentarian; Moe llinden, historian; Esther Schwartz, guardian: Allen Boss, sentinel; Jeanne Feldman, counselor: Sam Belsky and Irving Laibson. trustees. Mrs. Alfred Re.ch. District 5 president, will be installing officer. Mrs. Sam Belsky is chairman of the evening. Beth Sholom Donor Luncheon Second annual don tr luncheon of Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood will be held Wednesday noon in Tony's Fish Market restaurant on the 79th st. causeway. Mrs. Harvey K Kramer is president. Kntertainment will feature Kay Carole and Tommy, of Murraj Franklins, and Napoleon Reed, singer and .star of the musical •carmen Jem Guests will receive the Sister hoods annui call lar yearbook irum Mi Seymour Silvi rman chairman. Mrs It .-in Bern is donor Inn h chairman. Funds :. I by I • terhood go towar I s( hi I subsidy an • Rabbi I • %  Kroni.-h is | I, ition rehearsal for their Players' third duties." Mrs. Warshaw said, "and annual production. "My Fair City." will be the first group of teen-age girls to receive service stripes. To be presented Saturday and Sunday evenings. May 26 and 27. at tl>j Miami Beach High School Auditorium, the production marks its most ambitious undertaking to date with past performances having included such noteworthy shows as "Miami Made" and "Shingle on Flagler Street." Named are Jane Blau. Ellen Novack, Carolyn Adler. Judy Botwick. Barbara Blau. and Harriet Featuring a cast of 40. the fullscale musical comedy is the work of sat.list. Tnxie Levin, and will bi directed by Gloria Muroff Choreography is by Barbara Bessey, v ith the orchestra conducted by Millie Drazier. Heading the company are Irwin Gars, llelene Koretzky. Fred Stein. I o Rokeach, Elaine Glickman and v ella Mitnick. Also featured are Levin. Dr. Philip Stern, nse Bell and Rose Kogan. [lea led by president Myron .1 • inick, tickets are available M Temple Emanu-El, or by i ..lling ticket chairman, Ben Ball are directed towards the n mpli 's religious school. BB Israel Tour Lists 2nd Leg j The Bnai B'rith Women's tour' to Israel this summer has met with such "tremendous response" that the organization Wednesday announced a second economy group departure date "to accommodate ;,!1 those who have made inquiries about the tour." The second 35-day trip will depart via El Al Israel Airlines Jet en July 20, and includes the cost oi meals, first class hotels, and all !'l Al transportation. 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I Friday. May 11, 1962 + %  Jewish FirrkU&n Pag 5-A | %  MP^^ t M % % % %  Robert Kennedy in Civil Rights Talk to AJComm. Continued from Page 1-A iml al meeting of the American i, wish Committee. More than 1.200 dficers and members of the Cominittee, delegates from throughout Ike country, crowded into the. Grand Ballroom of the Commodore lei to hear the Attorney General's Kennedy focused his attack on ruses of" the right to vote. "Hun, rj s (it thousands of our fellow Americans," he said, "are being denied the right to vote." Current legislation before Congress "would be [ major step in remedying the Bit•inn and that can be provided quickly and easily by the ConHe emphasized that "the right to vote is the easiest right of all to nt." in examining U.S. civil rights problems, Kennedy drew a sharp contrast wdh the Soviet Union here, he said, "attacks on religi.and racial minorities are hid. m from public view." In the U.S. ij |, "we live in a tree an I -,., iety and we do not hide %  : faults, bury our mistakes or al incidents, however shame; Va result, the whole world that we have racial and rciigious intolerance." Not as well known, or understood, throughout the world is the great effort being made by the American Government and the American people to eradicate" civil rights inequities. The main effort of the Administralion, he said, at this time is foCLsed on "mobilizing support for legislation to end abuses in the administration of state literacy requirements" for voting. He said the purpose ot this legj -lytion would be "to ban the un%  fair use of literacy tests to prevent j iterate persons from voting." Noting that "it is very easy to, • 'Ik about civil rights." the Atlorney General drew attention to :he importance of achievement by saying that "this Administration -icks accomplishments and is gorig to be judged by its record in. Held, by its daily work, and; its ultimate results." Regarding the untair application I literacy tests. Kennedy cited eases in which these test' %  re used "to deny a substantial I umber Of Americans the right to iote because of their color." He singled out. particularly, the instance of "a Negro who has a National Science Foundation grant lor research, who was declared Hilt'ate and therefore denied the right to vote." He added: There are hundreds of examples I similar situations in the tiles ot '.t\e Department of Justice. College professors, school teachers, and Left to right are A. M. Sonnabend, newly-elected president of American Jewish Committee, who succeeds Louis Caplan, of Pittsburgh; Morris Abram, recently appointed by President Kennedy as the U.S. member of the UN Sub-commission on the Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities, chairman of the AJC executive board; and Ralph Friedman, chairman of the administrative board. Sonnabend 8s President By Special Report NEW YORK — A. M Sonnabend ..1 Boston and Palm Beach, industrialist and civic leader, has been elected 12th president of the American Jewish Committee at its 55th annual meeting here. Sonnabend succeeds Louis M. Caplan. of Pittsj burgh. The new Committee president, a native of Boston, and an alumnus of Harvard, is president of the i Hotel Corporation of America,! which owns and operates a chain ol hotels in major cities, and a director and officer of a number of American corporations. For the past four years, Mr. Sonnabend has been the national chairman of the development program for the Committee's Institute ol Human Relations. The Institute, in operation since September. 1959. is the Committee's national hcadquar lers, and a center of research, education and action in the field ol human relations. ministers have been declared illiterate while the applicants in the -ame district who have attended only the second or third grade have been declared literate and per-1 nutted to vote.'" The voting problem, particularly the abuses of the literacy test, he said, is "so deep-rooted and so manifestly unfair that I believe it demands a solution which cannot be provided by lengthy litigation on a piecemeal basis." It was at this point that the Attorney General situation is being taken "on a county basis, and we have made significant progress." He pointed out that when he took office "the Federal Government was actively attacking voting discrimination in only a dozen counties. JNow we are at work in more than one hundred counties." The current legislation is needed not only in the South, but "would also remedy a serious problem here in New York where many citizens Of Puerto Rican origin are unable to vote." He declared: He set U.S. national civil rights goals in these words: "Life, liberty, and happiness without qualification, without discrimination on the ground of race or religion — these must continue to be the credo of American life. And they should be plainly exportable. Tar.ffs have been created against it, as stressed the importance of Federal hav0 I legislation as "a major step in remedying this situation." At the same banquet, sharing the dais with Kennedy, Federal Judge Thurgood Marshall, former officer and counsel of the National Assn. for the Advancement of Colored People, was presented with the Committee's American Liberties Medallion for the exceptional advancement of the principles of human liberty. Judge Marshall, of the U.S. Circult Court of Appeals pointed out dom a" d democracy, that despite gains since 1955. only | one percent of the Negro students' in the South have been integrated each year since 1955. have witnessed the Berlin Wall. But barriers to ideas, as all history has demonstrated, are eventually futile." Kennedy was introduced by former Gov. Herbert H. Lehman, who characterized the Attorney General as "epitomizing" the spirit of creativity in Washington today. He said: "The atmosphere in the capital today is one of new ideas, commitment to progress, confidence in the concept of democracy and the eventual universal triumph of freeKennedy said that while pressing for federal legislation on voting rights, concurrent action on this! Judge Marshall, in accepting the American Liberties Medallion presented by Jacob Blaustein, honorary president of the AJC, stressed that while widespread publicity has been given to unfavorable desegregation situation* in the South, such •• LitMe | Rock and New Orleans, "not enough publicity has been given | to areas where desegregation has ; proceeded without incident." Judge Marshall prepared and ST' gued briefs for most NAACP cases effecting the rights of Negroes from 1938 until his appointment '.:<-t \ear. He has appeared 32 times '"before the U. S. Sllprerne Cojrt, t winning 29 of the cases. While acknowledging integra::on gains during the past seven years, he pointed out that only one per cent of Negro students per year have been integrated in the South Blaustein. a previous Medal.: n recipient, pointed out that Judge Marshall had won many sigr.nicant civil rights cases brought before the U. S. Supreme Court. The result of these victories, he said, 'enabled Negroes to vote in Demoj cratic primaries in the South; 'ousted Jim Crow from interstate transportation; outlawed all-white juries; and established the principle that restrictive covenants aimled at racial and religious discrtmI iiiation cannot be legally enforced." At another point in the even..12, dedicated to retiring AJC president, Louis Caplan, of Pittsburgh, the National Council of Catholic Men received AJC's Institute of I Human Relations Award, which is given for exceptional advancement Of intergroup relations through the) mass media. The plaque, preserved by Irving M. 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