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

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

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^Jewish Florldian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 35 Number 21
Miami. Florida, Friday. May 25. 1962
Two Sections Fiice 11*
DESCRIBES HATE LETTERS
Hausner in Warning
On Genocide Moves
Before BB Conference
By Special Report ,
WASHINGTON His strong!
voice, sharply-edged by passionate,
conviction, rose out of a slight but j
wiry build. His phrases seemed t
carved out of rock, and his inten- \
sity held 1,200 B'nai B'rith dele-1
gates and guests in hushed silence.
It was not a speech with wry
wit, verbal embellishments, or
"after-dinner" trappings. The
message was as austere as a bare
grey wall.
When Gideon Hausner finished,
there was total silence for several
moments before the audience
rocked itself by the energy of its
ovation.
Eichmann Aide
Seeking Delay
In Cologne Court
Israel's Attorney General,
chief prosecutor at the Eich-
man trial, made an unscheduled
address at the B'nai B'rith trien-
nial convention last week. He
said nothing of Adolph Eichmann
and did not discuss the trial. Yet
his 45-minute speech could have
summarized his case, not only
against Eichman, but against all
enemies of the Jewish people.
He appealed to the conscience of
the world to guard against anti-
Semitism and the recurrence ol
genocide. "His a dangerous illus-
Jewish Leaders
Talk to Rusk;
Keating Critical
CIDtOH HAUSNER
. lows insufficient
be "the bearers of the message to
the world that any party, any re-
WASHINGTON (JTA ) A dele-
gation from the Conference of
Major American Jewish Organiza-
tions conferred here Monday on the
Middle East for more than an hour
with Secretary of State Dean Rusk
The delegation was headed by
gime. any country, which bases its Labd A Katz of New 0rleans
policies on anti-Semitism or on the
intended destruction of its fellow
men, whatever the phrases used or
the terms in which their preach-
IOD to believe that small doses of! '"6s are couched, is bound to end
hate rad.ation are not dangerous," UP wnere ltler dld'
he warned.
He acked that Jews everywhere
He pleaded for all nations
Continued on Page 7-A
HOW f0 RUSSIAN UHDiWMDING
Goldmann Views Situation
Of Jews in Soviet Union
COLOGNE -
ert Serva'.ius.
NEW YORK(JTA> Dr. Nahum Goldmann asserted here this week
,JTA' ~7 I?r Rob'lthat the Jewish people will continue to demand that the Soviet Union
Adolf Eichmann s .^ ^ communj ,he same facili,ies j,rantcd in the
a^J^tfS&i u88*,o aU *- -"*and national groups ,,p ad action in a Cologne court which that an effort will be made "to separate this demand from the general
could have the effect of delaying i anti-Soviet propaganda to the Cold j
final disposition of the case of the \ War."
iormer Gestapo colonel. The Israel; Prior to his scheduled departure.
Supreme Court will announce on ] for Europe and Israel, Dr. Gold-
nann also discussed the position of
the Jews in Algeria and talked
about the forthcoming Ecumenical
Council, to be convened by the
Catholic Church in Rome, next Oc-
tober.
president of B'nai B'rith. who act
ed as chairman of the group in the
absence of Rabbi Irving Miller,
ptesident of the Conference.
Included in the delegation were
Louis Weinstein. of Boston, presi-
to dent of the National Community
Relations Advisory Council; Rabbi
Philip Bernstein, of Rochester.
president of the American-Israel
Public Affairs Committee; Rabbi
Joachim Prinz. of Newark, presi-
dent of the American Jewish Con-
gress; and Yehuda Hellman. Of
New York, executive secretary ol
:he President's Conference.
Israel's Deputy Minister of
Defense Shimon Peres arrived
here for a two day unofficial
visit and went immediately nto
. round of conferences wth Ad-
ministration officials. Peres con-
ferred for 30 minutes each with
Undersecretary of State for Poli-
Continued on Page 3-A
May 29 its ruling in Eichmann's
appeal from a death sentence im-
posed by a Jerusalem district court
last Dec 15.
The attorney said, that accord-
ing to the United Nations Univer-
sal Declaration of Human Rights,
kidnaping was a violation of in-
ternational law. He added that
Rabbis Seen 'Unprepared' For
Sudden 'Rush' to Synagogues
Continued on Page 9-A
As president of the World Zion-
ist Organization and the World
Jewish Congress, Dr. Goldmann
Continued on Page 8-A
DISAPPOINTED'?
Transport Chief
Leaves His Post
In B-G Cabinet
JERUSALEM (JTA) Vitz-
hak Ben-Aharon. Minister of Trans-
port, has resigned from the Israeli
Cabinet. His resignaton was an-
nounced by Prime Minister David
Ben-Gur.on, who told the Govern-
ment that he received a letter to
;iiut effect from Mr. Ben-Aharon.
But the Cabinet deferred action on
the letter until next week, while
Mr, Ben-Gurion said he will try
to dissuade Mr. Ben-Aharon from
going through with his planned exit
fidm the Government.
While, officially, Mr. Ben-
Aharor. gave his reason for quit-
ting the Cabinet as "personal,"
informed sources here insist his
move was prompted by his "dis-
appointment" with the manner
in which the Government plans
to implement its new economic
policy, and criticism of that pol-
icy voiced in his own party, the
leftist Ahdut Avoda.
Meanwhile, in the Cabinet. Min-
ister of Agriculture Mo^he Dayan
reported on the Government's new
economic policy, developed as a
result of the devaluation of the
Israeli pound last February'- Mr.
GEN. WflZM/SNN HTIll SPUK
'Miami Group'
At Bond Fete
to be Cited
on Sunday
KIAMESHA LAKE(JTA)"Tens j tendance. The principal theme of
of thousands of American Jews his year's convention is Jewish
are running toward the syna- education, and a program for the
gogue," while rabbis and congre- Conservative movement was to be
nations are often unprepared to hammered out in the four major Dayan said that Israel s farmers
gauons are one? unprep iesslons and several workshops de- ">? P">vide food "at reasonable
cope with the phenomenon. Rabbi voU(| jo thp s.|bjec, A ca for prices." While beef and certain
Wolfe Kelman. executive vice an "extraordinary conference'" of fruits are in short supply here,
president of the Rabbinical Assem- all religious groups to deal with compared with the European con-
bly. told a session of the annual the problem of Jewish education in sumer market. he sai d.^th ^Israeli
convention of the Conservative America was expected to come
spiritual leaders here. That phe- from the convention, according to
ncmenon. he said, constitutes the the president of -the Assembly,
problem facing the American Jew- Rabbi Edward T. Sandrow
ish community today, rather than
On Sundaj evening four Miami-
ans who have achieve! internation-
al recognit.jn "for manifold serv-
ices to worthy efforts" will be hon-1
ored at a dinner in the Diplomat
hotel. .
Sam Blank, Samuel Friedland.
M.x Orovitz and Dan B Ruskin
will be bonorees at the State of
Israel dinner of tribute which will
climax Greater Miami's celebra-!
tion of Israel'* 14th anniversary
The dinner will be held under; nj,v endeavors.
auspices of the Greater Miami Is-
rael Bond organization. Dinner
chairman is Carl Weinkle, with
Leonard Rosen as co-chairman.
Coming to Miami as Israel's
emissary for the occasion will be
commander-in-chief of Israel's
Air Force, Brig. Gen. Exer Weix-
minn, to join in paying tribute
to the Miamians who, "as the
Miami Group, initiated the pro-
gram of private investments in
Israel when the State was born
and were thus the forerunners
of the worldwide State of Israel
Bond issue."
assimilation, intermarriage or
""Jews running away from Juda-
Ism" as many believe
Habhi Kelman's views were con-
tained in his annual report to the
1962 convention which was to con-
tinue through Thursday. More than
400 rabbis from the United State-.
Canada and Puerto Rico are in at-
(Spiritual leaders attending the
convention from the Greater Mi-
ami area were Rabbi Allen Rut-
chik, director. Southeast region,
United Synagogue of America;
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Temple
Emanu-EI; Rabbi Norman N.
Shapiro, Beth David Congrega-
Continued on Page 6-A
farmer can make up the shortage
by providing more poultry and
eggs.' The earning gap between
the Israeli worker an.i farmer, he
said, ranges between two percent
and 15 percent. But. the Minister
ol Agriculture declared, he hopes
this differential may be bridged in
the near future.
The Government has been
resiling with plans to implement
a new economic policy since it de-
valued the Israeli pound last Feb-
n an.
In add.tion to their leadership
en behalf of the State of Israel and
other numerous business interests,
tin. four men have each found time
1 to devote to many worthy commu-
and
Atlantans Join Education Fund Fray
ATLANTA. Ga.(JTA) Three
Jewish agencies were among six
Defamation League of B'nai B'rith
and the Atlanta Jewish Community
Blank, Friedland. Orovitz ana arganizations fjiing a joint brief in Council
Ruskin are all members of the
the Georgia Supreme Court here The brief supported the position
tees of Mt. Sinai Hospital. Fr.ed j gjj^ ,oca| ,5 of tne Amer. I5oart| is seekin. rcvcrsa, of a de.
Continued on Piflt 11-A
ican Jewish Committee, the And- cision in Fulton Superior Court
awarding to a j:irl a grant of tax-
raised funds to attend a private
school.
The tuiton grant law. passed in
1961 and amended this year, lim-
ited educational grants "for the
purpose i 1 attending a private, non-
si ctarian school." The brief argued
: both the Federal and state con-
Continued on Page 12-A


P Fage 2-A
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Friday. May 25, 1962

Community Graduation Exercises Slated;
Harry Simonhcft to be Principal Speaker
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Rabbi David Shap ro, newly
e'eeted president o* the Greater
Miami Rabbinical Assn., will pre-
seer.t the anneal Jteeb and Adele
Kaplan prize of the Association,
and will pay special tribute to
teachers to whom the Bureau
vil! award certificates of honor
t the exercises.
TV annual 1 Shapoff and
7 tner Famil) award will be pre-
I to 'he student' aaimna the
marks in the graduatiot
given the Junior Hieh School de-
partment -
Th'- graduation exercises this
\ Junior and Sen.or Huh School.
Schools participating are Hebrew
li.yh School. Beth David Congre-
gation, Temple Beth Sholem of Hoi
Israelite Center, and Tern
pie Menorah
Graduate! include Michael Got
pet man, Stanley C Harris. Ken
-, R Lainda Koei
ber*. La-nrenc* R 5efei J
' nathan T iaadra Black.
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Metlika Josiafa
Mi leffrey 1
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Lawn oce Set
S man Mark Tytell.
Sleven Feller. Mel-
_ Ratine R binstein,
nsteu -.-::. Sal .Tion.
51 Iman, Allan Tali-man.
Rita Bei2e! Barbara
lor Fi-hman. Rebecca
Karen Reiter, Melvin Ru-
b.n. Li .TAartzman. Robert
Greetings will be extended to
ttve graduates by Meyer A. Bas-
kin, honorary president of the
Bu-eau. A special choir of gradu-
a'es of Beth David Congrejation
and Israelite Center will present
Songs of Freedom under the di-
rection of Cantor William Lip-
son, of Beth David Congregation.
Th< uill he
Schwartzman, executive di-
reel r of th Bure iu, with Herbert
int director, a-
cinator
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on the 8th SI beach iollowing ex-
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phony, i most
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awards banquet
His mother:- internationally
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Henry L McCarthy, planning
: ir the Dade Count)
Welfare Planning Council, will be
eiie. the Cd annual
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rjhildn rvi on Sunday The
brunch : a.m.|
in the R.. Algiers
hotel.
invocation r>> Dr
ir- .- Lehrman. chairman Joseph
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Tannen. who will re
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lervi '- and activities during the
1961 } A r pon by 'he execu
of JF CS. L<' n Pish
: recast agi ncy plan.- lor
the year ahead.
An introduction cf the agency
staff and the board of directors
will include th* presentation of
four new board members. Re-
cently elected were Mrs. Leon
Adler, Myron M. BeJirman, Judge
Phillip Goldman, and Dr. Stan-
ley Margoshes. Chairman of the
nominating committee for the
new board, which will be elected
next month, is Dr. Melvin L.
Becker.
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Friday. May 25, 1962
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Page 3-A
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Carl Weinkle, chairman cf the State of Israel Dinner of Trib-
ute, welcomes Leonard Rcsen, community leader, as his co-
chairman ioi the even* climaxing Greater Miami's celebration
of Israel's :4th anniversary, honoring Sam Blank, Sam Fried-
land. Max Orovitz and Dan B. Ruskin. The May 27 dinner will
be held al the Diplomat hotel under the auspices of the Greater
Israel Bend Organization. (See story, Pgs. 1 and 11-A.)
i
Federation Plans
Annual Dinner
Here June 16
Arum! diner of the Greater Miami
1 .r wish Fed* ration will be held
.1 me 16 in the Duponl Plaza hotel.
. cording n A. J. Harris, presi-
dent.
Ten officers and some 150 mem-
bers of th< board of governors
will be elected by members at the
meeting, Hi rris said. The execu-
tive committe* lias elected Sam C.
Lcvenson ti head the nomuij.....
rommitte< ich will present a
-,. ,, al the annual
dinner.
Serving '' Levenson on th<
i imnutte S Inej Farr. Da'
Htsman. Judge lr* ing Cypen, Leo
Kisenstein Mrs, ^aron Far'-. Da^
. i Fleema Mar-hall Harris, Jay
Kislak, B< i Meyers, and Fred K.
Miochet
Memorial Services Friday
Marry H (uhvn Post, Surfside-
Bay Harbor JWV, will hold mem-
rial service! Friday evening a:
I*er Tamid
DOG RACING
EVERY NiGUT
EXCEPT
SUNDAY
Dr. Schwartz WH!
Head UM Dep't.
Dr Kessel Schwartz, chairman
of the Department ot Modern Lan-
ages at the University of Arkan-
sas since 1957, has been appointed
to the same post at the University
l Miami.
Dr. C Doren Tharp. I'M vice
president for academic affairs and
di an of faculties, said Dr. Schwartz
will assume his duties as chairman
and professor of Spanish Sept. 1.
Hi' succeeds Dr. Melanie Rosbor-
cugh, who accepted the appoint-
ment on an interim basis and will
row return to teaching German
full-time.
Dr. Schwartz. 42. earned his Mas-
ter of Arts degree at the University
ol Missouri and PhD at Columbia.
He is the author of numerous
articles and books, including "His-
tory of Spanish Literature." pub-
lished last year by the Louisiana
Siate University Press.
Jewish Leaders
Mee.- I Ll-jsk
Cl il U "d from Pi~q 1 A
tci! Affairs George MeGha9
an: Assistant Sec-p'ary of Stats
; fcr Near Eat tern Affairs Philipp;
fatbjt. Path ;sit were dasc-ib-
ea as "courtesy calls." Tne
Israeli off cial is :i the United
S*a?'s in f?rr-ection with the
bonds for Israel campaign.
Meanwh ie Sen. Kenneth Keat-
ing, New York Rep ihlican, sharp-
' ly criticized the Washington Ad-
ministration's "nev ruced-up
pi1 ram ol aid to Nasser" as "a
.. 1 gerous : recedi nt," in an ad-
.-'.i ss her< Sund j 1 lit bef ire the
National Committee for the Fur-
therance of Jewish Education
Calling attention to the fact that
he ha- asked the State Department
to explain, the new policies of aid
10 Egypt, he declared that the
answers he received from the State
Department are "astonishing in
their short-sightedness and in their
tendency to accept at face value
whatever the Arabs chose to say."
The Slate Department, he charged,
has given "no hint of the fact thai
Israel has replaced Palestine in
1 the Middle East," and accepted the
Arab protestations that their mili-
tary posture vis-a-vis Israel is de-
fensive."
"1 have tried to discover," he
said, "what guarantees we have
demanded to make sure that none
cf our increased aid to Nasser.
which may amount to S180.000.000
1 this year, is used for increased
armaments. anti-Western propa-
ganda or economic warfare. Ap-
parently there has been none."
He advocate.! passage of an
amendment to the U.S. Foreign Aid
' Bill "to require that we establish
priorities in our foreign aid pro-
gram, and that we do insist on
guarantees that United States aid
will not be used, directly, or indi-
rectly, to step up military spend-
ing or hatemongering propagan-
da."
A first look at Kiryat Me Ami. the Israel city named after
Miami, will be made by Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, president
of the Southeastern region of the Jewish National Fund, who
left for Israel last week. Rabbi Abramowitz will confer with
Israel Government officials during his stay there. Arrange-
ments will also be completed for the Jewish National Fund
Dedication Pilgrimage on Oct. 18. On that date, leading Jews
of Greater Miami will leave via El Al Airlines for Israel. A
specially chartered plane is being supplied for the group.
Capt. Leo Gardner, district manager of the airlines here, will
supervise the trip. Photo shows Rabbi Abramowitz pointing
out the location of the new city to (left to right) Zev Kogan,
Miami Beach attorney, and counsel to the Jewish National
Fund, and Leon J. Ell, president of the Greater Miami Jewish
National Fund Council. Rabbi Abramowitz will return in July.
Dade Federal Officer Wins
"How Savings and Loan Associa-,
tions Contribute to the American 1
Community" was thoroughly dis-
cussed at the annual speech con-
test sponsored by the Southeastern|
chapter of the American Saving'!
and Loan Institute last week.
Winners in the contest, held at the
Home Federal Civic Hall. Hallan-
dale, were all employees of Dade
Federal Savings and Loan Assn.,,
Miami, dene Colley. Vivian Strip-
hng. and Bruce Tissot. who each
gave five-minute addresses an the
theme subject, walked off with
first, second and third place tro-
phies, respectively.
First place winner. Gene Colley,
an assistant cashier and officer of
Dade Federal, is now eligible to at-
tend the regional meeting. If suc-
cessful there, he will then com-
pete at the national U.S. Savings
and Loan League convention to be
held in Washington. D.C., in No-
vember.
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Volume 35
Number 21
Friday, May 25. 1962
21 Iyar 5722
Gideon Hausner's
Eloquent Warning
3ideon Hausner's appearance
01 the B'nai B'rith convention must
neve been an interesting experi-
ence for those who heard him.
Mr. Hausner had the unique role
c. prosecutor in a trial designed
tc bring justice en idea rather
t.-.rn a man fifteen years after the
i was brought low in the
s of smoking Germany.
Say what one will, it is not
Adolf Eichmann who has beer,
.ed in Israel, but the Nazi
hilosophy of contempt for man-
id. Eichmann was merely the
instrument albeit a sensational
one; for what Israel hoped to
achieve is a renewed revulsion
ccctinst the German crime of the
Hitler era and en equally renew-
ed determination that such organ-
ized inhumanity must never
crain repeat itself in the annals
c: our history.
Mr. Hausner spoke eloquently
in behalf of the Genocide treaty,
c document which a scant dozen
years after its formulation, re-
mains unsigned by the United
States, and with hopes for ac-
ceptance bogged down in the mire of con-
temptible politics. But his report to newsmen
cr. the variety and nature of the mail he has
icceived from around the world since serving
cs Eichmann prosecutor tells us some un-
heppy things.
Some of the hate letters in the first instance
suggest the urgent need for Genocide treaties,
cs Mr. Hausner himself so intelligently argued.
But they also suggest the frustrated ambition
of Israel's highest purpose in bringing arch
Nazi criminal Adolf Eichmann to justice: that
Hitler ideals linger on, seemingly biding their
time for a second coming on the international
scene, and a second go at Jewish extermina-
tion. Momentarily, all that appears wanting is
the opportunity. For there have been leaders
gclore to offer themselves as messiahs of their
purpose.
*
THE DESTINY Of CRACKPOTS
Is American Nazi Party leader George Lin-
ccln Rockwell one such? In the days ahead,
we may be given an opportunity to see Rock-
well at close range, for he recently announced
his intention to come to Miami personally to
"investigate" the charges against Donald
Branch, now awaiting trial here June 19 for the
bembing of a Miami newsman's home.
Arrived this week was Karl Allen, secretary
of the American Nazi Party, to confer with
Branch and to announce that a Storm Troop
unit has already been formed here. Purpose
of the unit? To prove the theory that most
Communists are Jews, to assist in the national
goal of electing Rockwell President of the
United States by 1972 and, among other
things, to exterminate U.S. Jewry.
Gideon Hausner. who participated in per-
haps the most exciting trial since Nuremburg,
knows the deranged Nazi mentality at first-
hand. His warning deserves immediate notice.
Israel are legionprograms which have been
in existence virtually since Independence Day
and the War of Liberation back in 1948. As
the "Miami Group," the investments of the
four men have contributed tellingly to the re-
birth of a Jewish nation in our time.
Friedland, Orovitz, Ruskin, and Blank are
also among Greater Miami's long-time com-
munity leaders. They have each served as
president of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, no less than as guiding spirits in a
variety of other Jewish affairs both locally and
nationally.
In addition, their mark has also been made
in their participation in the works of the gen-
eral community's civic endeavor.
That Friedland, Orovitz, Ruskin and Blank
have tellingly contributed to the financial up-
building of the State of Israel is a reflection of
their leadership qualities here and abroad.
The Israel Bond function in their honor Sunday
is one they fittingly deserve.
'Miami Group' Honored
Four men will be honored here Sunday
night at a function sponsored by the Greater
Miami Israel Bond Organization. They will be
honored for their contribution to the economic
development of the State of Israel.
Samuel Friedland. Max Orovitz, Dan Rus-
kin, and Sam Blank compose the quartet of
leaders who will receive the community's acco-
lade.
Their financial programs in the State of
Temple Israel Anniversary
Temple Israel of Greater Miami is celebrat-
ing its fortieth anniversary. Over the years.
Temple Israel has achieved a position of es-
teem in Reform Jewry.
The mark of a congregation is measured
by its works, no less than by the men and
women affiliated with it. In both categories.
Temple Israel rates the high regard of the
Jewish and general communities.
Many are the personalities affiliated with
the congregation of Temple Israel who occupy
positions of importance in Greater Miami's
civic, philanthropic, cultural, educational, and
communal life.
Temple Israel members have been mayors
of local governments, preeminent in institu-
tions of higher learning here, and leaders ir
every aspect of South Florida's phenomenal
growth during the past quarter of a century.
The Temple itself, under the spiritual lead-
ership of Rabbi Joseph R Narot, reflects the
religious and educational ideals of Reform
Jewry, and contributes to the general com-
munity's intellectual and cultural non-sectarian
endeavor.
We join Greater Miami Jewry in congratu-
lating Temple Israel on the ocasion of its 40th
anniversary.
daring the week
... as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
CECRETARY of Health, Ed*
cation and Welfare Ahn
ham Ribicoff breezed m.
town a few weeks ago ts2
pear at a dinner held by c<
dars of Lebanon Hospiw
where he said nothing /[
short time later. Dr. Edw.rt
R. Annis rose at the annual
meeting of Mt. Sinai Hopiy
to say little more It [ ,Rt
esting that the two Jewish
hospitals of Greater Miami, within days fi/ one anoth.ej\ should haw
provided open forums for leading representatives of divergent opin-
ions concerning federal medical aid to the aged; although both insti-
tutions, in varying degrees of anguish, will inevitably deny that Hm
are Jewish.
This issue apart, which someday ought to be resolved once and
for all. the talks here proved that unequal talents were featured ia
the grassroots medicare campaign. Secretary Ribicoff those the
high road by succumbing to what probably was a mixture of DCHi
and other local pressures, and relied on his simple presence polit'eft
to imply the Administration position. In substance, his addrey
was a panoply of platitudes suggesting the intelligence of the chars*,
that he has proven himself one of the least effective of the Kenr.edt
appointees: for no Cabinet member worth his salt would reel off ;tj
inaccuracies, if not downright distortions of fact about Miami's nit}
ical horizons, obviously spoonfed him at a distance, without hj
checking their reliability and applicability.
Dr. Annis was a far more potent representative of the AMU
viewpoint as, indeed, he has demonstrated nationally .v, tht Ui
S n annual meeting, he sugarcoated what he has beei
the hospital for its service to the i
present social system, Dr \\
medical accomplishments of the institution outsi
thus .....e is necessary and
coi varictj of implications he has long since
Ki ni i s in field day of deba
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PHYSICIAN'S fCAR Of SOCIAL CCMPROMISt
I INDICATED BEFORE tl nothing
Ribi i case, it was i by fact. In thai of Di
her or nol the AM A su< cced
:..; for .i year or two, or even a decadi i prototype
little cor seqiu nee al the momenl Of gri at
e is thai the sell centered campaign has i
: to a phenomenal le of the doctor's image.
It may be argued that this was inevitable, for now
world has the physician been accorded so much economic ai
grace as in the United States grace amounting to virtu;.!
tion, In addition, the catapulting of the technical profess
space-age and military preeminence seemed destined to cha
the lopsided American view of omnipotent medicine; while It
den assumption of respectability by the various arts and so.
ences tended to strengthen the challenge. But nothing has contributed
to unravelling the doctor's image so much as his own current anti-
social action.
I have a notion that the physician's concern today lies at '.ml
equally in his fear of social compromise as in his anxiety over the
ultimate lessening of his economic remuneration. And if. in the final
analysis, each is the handmaiden of the other, why does the medical
profession weigh with inordinate fear the challenge to its finance-
while sweeping under the rug similar challenges to its integrity?
Apart from the continuing Kefauver revelations in the high cost of
drugs hoax, for example, there is the more immediate Dr Kay E.
Trussell report in New York City some two weeks ago.
ANNIS AGAINST XKtfPING SOCIALISM'
^R. TRUSSELL, of Columbia University, discovered in a
tion study of medical records in the case of 101 families that
patients did best in nonprofit hospitals because care was good or
excellent for only 39'; of admissions to hospitals run for profit, and
poor for 43'.; one-fifth of hospital admissions were not neces
20 uterine operations, a favorite field for medical exploitation should
not have been performed, while 5 more proved questionable; and that
'bad medicine." completely unjustified surgery," and
violation of medical ethics" existed on more frequent occasion thai
the Trussell team expected at worst to uncover.
The Trussell report, merely one of many such exposes, is a shock-
in- revelation into medical practice for only the greatest dup<
American physician's myth. And am a spokesmen and
who have reacted so violently to the proposed medicare pr
merely serve to broaden the context of its findings.
The seeds of its own destruction lie in the AM A .,
paign. for on what other occasion has organized Amei med-
demonstrated so much predisposition to a social i
er in its self-determined and sell perpetuated ical.
rendered, nor in its classic iron control of medi
i keep the fraternity exclusive, nor in it- bin
iw concern for the public well-being in the fan a
pany exploitation of human misery has the AMA p
faithful ., guardian of mankind's medical
up arms against "creeping Socialism "
THf NfO fOR [QUAL MtDICAl ACCtSS
S^ONE OF THIS should deemphasite the phenomenal :oh
by medical science m the drive to outroot Illness and d
Nor should n reflect on the untold thousands of enli
I, and gentlesouled physicians devoted to the pracl ,hcir
waling art tor the betterment of those to whom they minis
i is who substantially contributed to the enviable American
icians image in the first instance not their more ambitious col-
leagues.
w as originally intended to be.
Bui Dr. Annis' appearance can hardly be excused Ml -
not only a community hospital; it is a voluntary Jewish h<
wen, to a fair extent supported bv the Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation, and almost M,iei> reestablished in its new quarters by J
I>mlan'ni-i - ...... ..,,,,.,, Mueij reesiamisiiccl in its new quanei >:
Philanthropy a hospital where no such politicking belongs
wno would most vehemently argue otherwise are also precise.*
who tend to look upon Mt. Sinai as a private club created for th
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Friday. May 25. 1962
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JOSCPH COHIH
Education Bureau
Elects Cohen;
Succeeds Baskin
ABM'fS BY ttr.tc MUBIM
S[ PACl J6-A
Joseph Cohen ha: been elected
president of the Bureau of Jewish
E. neat ion.
Also elected were Leo Robinson,
John Temple. Leon Ell, vice presi-
dents; Melvyn I?. Frumkcs, secre-
1a-y: Judge Frederick N. Barad.
treasurer.
Meyer A. Baskin, retiring pres-
ident, was elected honorary pres-
ident. Other past presidents are
Louis Heiman, Max Meisel, Ben-
jamin Meyers, Matilda H. Ratner
and Sol Goldman.
New honorary vice presidents are
Harold Thurman, Harry Smionhotf,
Mrs. Joseph Duntov, and Mrs
: Louis Glasser.
Five new community delegates
[appointed to the Bureau's board of
[directors are Joseph Sachs, Leon-
lard Barr, Hyland Ritas. Sidney
[Aronovitz and Albert Ossip.
Newly-elected officers weir in
[stalled at the Bureau's 21st annual
! dinner at the Fontainchlcau hotel
Monday. Installing officer was
R^bbi David Shapiro, newly-elect-
ed president f the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Assn.
The six past presidents were hon
(red at the dinner with a special
:\ presented by Harold Thur-
vice president of the Great
er Miami Federation.
c- roubin, executive director
i! the Americai Vssi for Jewish
Education, spoke On '"the .lev. ish
Purpose."
Rabbi Mordecai Podet, of Tem-
ple Ju-iea. pronounced the invoca-
tion, and Rabbi Solomon Schifl
gave the benediction Mrs. Loui-
llasser and Al Sherman were CO-
chairmen.
IETTCR TO THE EDITOR -
Temple Menorah
Plans Breakfasts
Maurice Rrvitz. president of
Temple Menorah, has anounccd he
will host a series of community area
breakfasts to be tendered members
or. Sunday mornings at the Temple
Social Hall.
First :n the series is the Bis-
rayne Point area breakfast this
Sunday at 10 a.m., when some 40
numbers of Temple Menorah who
Jive in Biscayne Point will gather
to discuss plans for a membership
drive headed by Jack Korenblit.
chairman of the membership com-
mitttee.
On Sunday, June 3, a group from
the Bay Harbor Islands commun-
ity, in which Revitz lives, will be
guests at a similar breakfast,
cither communities scheduled for
breakfasts include Surfside, Park-
view Island. Normandy Isle. Treas-
ure Island, Keystone Point, Bis-
Cu.vne Beach, and the Norlh Shore
area around 71st st.
Convalescent Home Luncheon
Bikur Cholim Kosher Convales-
cent Home of Greater Miam..
Women's Auxiliary, will hold its
final meeting of the season next
Wednesday noon at the Algiers
hotel. President is Mrs. Joseph
Keiser.
Opera Director Cites Service to Greater Miami
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
I
I am writing in response to Har-
ry Simonhoff's letter of May 11 \
to offer my sincere and heartfelt
gratitude for his compliment to our!
productions. We have striven for
many years to give the best poss-
ible in opera to the Greater Miami
community, and it is good to know
that our efforts meet with respon-
sive appreciation.
I sincerely regret his decision i
not to renew his subscription and!
join our audience for our produc-
tions in 1963. I do hope circum-
stances will encourage Mr. Simon-
hoff to join us again some time
in the future.
The many functions sponsored
by the Opera Guild of Greater
Miami and its affiliate organiza-
tions are held in diningrooms and
ballrooms selected by commit,
tees of these organizations for
suitability according to needs for
size, food service, decor and func-
tion management, in keeping
with the standards of a large
city opera group. These commit-
tees strive to present as fine a
function as possible for our mem-
bers.
I know that these decisions and
selections are not made with great
case, since there are, factually
speaking, not too many such suit-
able facilities available on dates
required.
Selections of place are made by
these committees, as is customary,
on a majority decision. If Mi.
Simonhoff will refer to our roster
ot governing boards and affiliate
committees published in every
Opera Program, he may recognize
and will find that there are mem-
bers, in all of these committees
and groups, of many religions, in-
cluding members of the Jewish
faith.
Although Mr. Simonhoff says
that we "persist in holding" our
"annual balls at the Surf Club,"
it may have escaped his attention
that the Annual Ball ia 1959 and
I960 were held at the Fontaine-
hleau, and at present the plans are
{'gain to hold the Annual Ball in
1963 at the Fontainebleau Sev-
eral years ago. we held our ball
at the Americana hotel. Mother
Leone's, and in 1961 we held our
"Night in Italy" dinner dance at
the Eden Roc hotel.
In recent years, we have held
All-Star Luncheons, other Guild
luncheons and dinner dances at
the Eden Roc hotel, Algiers ho-
tel, Columbus hotel, and for a
number rf consecutive years our
All-Star Luncheon was held at
the Sea Isle hotel. Recently, the
Young Patronesses of the Opera
hold its Annual Ball at the Seville
hotel and Roney Plaza.
'In the many decades of my life
that I have devoted to music and
opera. I have found that, for my-
self, and certainly for the people
who are active with me in the
Opera Guild, there has been no
expression or espousal of "isms."
hatreds or bigotry ,-uch as Mr. Sim-
onhoff has suggested. The opera-
tion of our Guild has been one of
p.ire democratic decision. He must
also bear in mind that the major-
ity of our members, who contribute
toward the large deficits we have
each year, are also members of
the Surf Club, Bath Club and In
chan Creek Club.
Since he refers particularly to
people of Jewish religion, I can
tell him that we have enjoyed the
privilege of great efforts and
wholehearted approval of many,
many active members of Jewish
faith for many years. In recent
years, we have noted that more
and more members of the Jewish
fa'th have become active and sub-
stantial contributors to the Opera
Guild, for which we are mos'
grateful.
Again I must say, I sincerely
regret the view Mr. Simonhoff
feels he must adopt with regard
to the subject matter broach?;
in his letter. This is certainly "i >
right and privilege. But I wo- 3
like to point out to him, hoping
that he may give it considerate-
that the growing interest and)
-upport, by even larger numb-- >
of members of Jewish faith, in-
creates that they apparently ire
net in agreement with his vie-s
which is also, I feel, a privilege
reserved to them in our der-:-
cracyand in our Opera Guile
I thank him so much for hi-
terest and hope that the broac ie-
[ tivities of the Opera Guild to wl n
< have referred, of which he may
I i.ot have been aware, and poss. >iy
a closer observance of our ac '.-
| ties in the future, which I since
invite, will win Mr. Simonh
support again.
ARTURO Dl FILIPPI
Artistic Director and Mamiii-
Greater Miami Opera Gu' 2
Beth David Young Adults
Bob Newman, president of Er i
David Young Adult Club, annou: -s
a dance Saturday, 8:30 p.m. n
; Spector Hall. The dance will Eea-
j lure a French theme, and is i
j (o single adults over 21. There .11
be a live band and entertainn .
Will You Bind The Conscience in Chzins..T
Today it's easy to lose sight of the fact
that our freedoms were not often freely
bestowed. They had to be won. And one
of the earliest fighters for freedom of
conscience in the United States was Jacob
Henry, a Jew.
In 1808, Jacob Henry was elected to
the General Assembly, the legislature of
North Carolina. He served without inci-
dent for one year.
But the following year Representative
Mills demanded that Henry be expelled
from the Assembly. The reason? Mills
charged that Henry had not taken his
oath of office on the New Testament, as
recjuired by law. Reluctantly, the As-
sembly had to try Henry. He took the
floor to reply to the attack upon him.
"Who among us," he demanded, "feels
himself so exalted above his fellows as to
have a right to dictate to them their mode
of belief?" "Will you bind the conscience
in chains," he continued, "and fasten
conviction upon the mind .?"
Then, speaking of his own faith. Henry
gave fervent affirmation to a creed as ap-
plicable today as it was then: "I am
bound by the same obligations with my
fellow citizens, nor does any man sub-
scribe more sincerely than myself to the
maxim, 'Whatever ye would that men
should do unto you, do so even unto them,
for such is the Law of the Prophets.'
It was ruled that the religious test for
office did not apply to the General As-
sembly. Jacob Henry served his full term.
Little more is known about him, but
Henry's eloquent defense of freedom of
conscience has since become an integral
part of our American heritage.
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Hausner in Warning on Future Genocide Drives
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adopt the Genocide Convention and
brand as an International crime
I'acts which may cause serious bod-
|iy or mental harm to innocent peo-
ple of a certain racial, religious or
national group."
The Israeli official voiced agree-
ment with Sen. Jacob K Javits, ol
New York, who had jusl finished
addressing the convention Sen.
lavits uiRed the Senate Foreign
Ipilatcns Commttee to reopen hear-
ings on the Genoa e ratification,
I v. liuh he called "a major element
pn the rule ol law in the wi rid
However, Mr. Hausnar warned:
"Laws against genocide, even if
they are universally adopted,
will not by themselves save us
from evil. They wi'l, however,
be of great psychological and
educational import," he said.
"No entrenchment behind legal
[provisions will do, unless all free-
Idom-loving men become the con-
a'ant keepers of the world's con-
st .tine
"We Jews," Hausner said, "must
derive a moral from what happen-
ed. We have lo.-t more than one-
tta rd of our people The dis-
aster has left us crippled. To con-
tinue our existence we must make
up fur the cataclysmic losses n
niuiipov. er and spiritual values."
He urged that "ever) surviving
Jew no'A co tor his people not only
uha. he would have done anyway.
ill' more. He must contribute
uha' a fallen trotiier would have
i.\.-iear.> an I spiritually contri-
i i led had he been alive."
His \oue took on new urgency
:- he .!-'<"! Jewry to "penetrate
deeper into Jewish problems,"
streng hen i s education, and "be
even betl : Jews than we are.
"This the testament of tho who departed; thi- is v\hat they
would have willed us to do had
they been able to say so," he said.
"We anol bring back to life the
millions of -lew s who perished,"
he declared. "What we can and
must do as Jews and freedom-lov-
ing men is to live up to our obliga-
tions toward the grave hour in our;
history when great hopes and ex-
pectations arise out of so much
misery and tears and blood."
He spoke of Israel "which
seeks your affection and love,"
and urged American Jewry to
work together with Israel and
"make a supreme effort to se-
cure its existence, to insure its
development so that it will be
able to implement the hopes
which hinge upon it."
At an afternoon news conference,
Hausner told of receiving "nun
dreds of letter-" since the Eich-
mann trial began. He said that
much of this mail comes from Ger-
mans "trying to convince me 'hat
they didn't know what was hap-
pening or that they are now asham-
ed of being Germans and. in some
cases, ashamed of their parents."
He told ol receiving white roses
every month from a German wom-
a,\ "who wrote that she realized I
was carrying a great burden and
that she would like to do sonie-
th.ng nice for me."
But he also read for reporters
anoiher kind ol letter wb.ch said:
"You murderer Jeus are the
parasites of all the people. We
should erect a monument to Hitler
btcause he at least at erupted to
annihilate you."
in his speech. Sen. Javits told
the convention that "what happen-
ed in Nazi Germany could happen
again and the world should take
concerted action to serve clear no-
ire thai it is outlawed and will
i.ol he tolerated."
The New York lawmaker re-
called that the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee received a
favorable report on the Genocide
Convention from a Senate sub-
committee in 1950. "Thus," he
declared, "after more than 11
years the Genocide Convention is
still pending."
"As lone: as the spectre of geno-
cide continues to haunt mankind,
the United States has a basic in-
_..._.!.._, ,.i.0i,wi lo assume
the respoiibiii ies of the Genocide
( onvention," he said.
The B'nai B'rith convention hon-
ored Dr. Jonas E. Salk, discoverer
he poiio vaccine, who received a
plaque citing him lor his "persist-
ence in rescrdi that has profound-
> influenced our health and wet-
.are, and those ol our children,
and the generations to follow."
Speaking to the convention theme,
"Securing the Future," the famed
scientist said that "the security
i,l which we speak is not man
against microbes hut man against
man."
He said that man "must orient
his thoughts, energies and efforts
i'lward developing humane meth-
ods for resolving opposition in the
human sphere "
Mark American Jewish Press Week
NEW YORK JTAl -The firs:
annual observance of American
Jewish Press Week w.ll be launch-
ed by the American Jewish Press
A?sn, at its annual convention in
New York on May 24 and 25. Jo-
s< ph G Weisberg, editor of the
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rele and future of the American
It wish press will be held at a
luncheon at the Overseas Press
t'lub. Some 30 newspaper execu-
tives are expected to attend.
In a sta ement welcoming the ob-
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Week. Ambassador Philip M. Klutz-
nick took note of recent discussions
of a trer.d to community ownership
f the American Jewish press and
declared
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distinguished American Jewish his-
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Friday. May 25. 1962
Beth David's annual confirmation service for
s:_ dents having completed ten years of re-
-.:.ous study will take place on Sunday eve-
r../.g in the main sanctuary. The class will
resent a cantata, "The World of Shalom
A^ichem." by Cantor Samuel Rosenbaum,
cr.d directed by Cantor William W. Lipson.
'.'.embers of the confirmation class are Jean
Sue Adelman, Hazel Bakst. Shirley Baum-
v.i'.d. Allen Botl, Cynthia Cohen, Karen Fein-
::.d. Joan Frame, Jacob Friedman, Barbara
Garron, Mark Golub, Susan Hamersmith, Da-
vid Handshu, Richard Idels, Jonathan Kanter,
Alivia Kazer, Diane Klein, Gary Lubel. Henry
Lucent, Virginia Parnes, Cynthia Rayvis, Re-
becca Reiter. Stuart Rose, Aliz Rosenkranz,
Dorene Ross, Judi Rutkin, Jerome Sanders, Lin-
da Schwartzman, Marilyn Seitlin, Terence
Sokoloff, H e 1 e n e Stoler, Sandra Usherson,
Barbara Vogel, Barry Wasman, Richard
Weinkle, and Paul Winters.
Goldmann Views Soviet Jews' Status
Continued from Page 1-A
i'.'.tried, regarding Russia, that
' it it very difficult to see the ra-
ic-iale of Soviet policy toward its
-.vish minority."
. "iny Soviet Ciaims about Rus-
- Jews enjoy.ng certain rights
n equal basis with other na-
. 1 groups, he pointed to "The
.. -v number of death sentences
; nst Jews for economic crimes
the special publicity given to
: .the refusal, for the first time
l : le history of Soviet Russia, to
; :de the Jewish community with
208," indicating "a policy of
di;-crimination which, naturally.
t: -es considerable concern among
Jt all over the world, and the un-
< able difficulty for Jews to ex-
Registration Set
Hebrew School
. :.ami Hebrew Congregation an-
n:: r.ces its pre-registration of stil-
es r:s, beginning May 28, for the
i. semester.
T'.e Hebrew school has been re-
0 -.nized and staffed to include
ages, plus student activities.
7 sportation will be available.
:. resolution was passed at a re-
< '. board meet'ing to dispense
% ". tuition fees for parents who
members of the congreegation.
preis themselves as Jews, religi-
ously, culturally and nationally,
despite their status as a national
minority under the Soviet Constitu-
tion "
He added that "despite the lack'
of real progress until now, we do
that, from the point of view
of their oun interests, the leader-
.hip of the Soviet I'nion will rea-
lize the unfairness and lack of jus-
til.cation for their policies, which
ei.danger the survival of the second
largest Jewish community in the
rl I. and that they will begin to
i liange tins policy."
In a letter to The N'ew York
Times. Democratic Congressman
William Pitts Ryan, of New York,
Stated that he had received "evi-
dence of widespread discrimination
acainst Soviet Jews. He proposed
that the U.S.A. and the USSR in-
clude religious leaders in their cul-
tural-exchange programs, and ask-
ed: "If the well-documented re-
ports of religious persecution can
he refuted, then why does not the
Soviet Union allow, indeed encour-
age, a free exchange of personnel
and information with her Jewish
leligious community."
Or. Goldmann announced that
a large number of organixations
represented in the Conference of
Jewish Organixations, have pre-
sented to Pop* John XXIII a
memorandum asking the Ecu-
menical Council to adopt "a clear
statement of the Church against
racial and anti-Semitic tendencies
and the elimination from the
Catholic liturgy and Catechism
cf passages which inseminate an-
ti-Jewish prejudices among mil-
lions of Catholic children."
The Jewish leader expressed
"deep concern over the future of
the Jewish commun.ty in Algeria,
despite the rights and guarantee-
given them under the Kvian agree-
ment." He stated: "The confuse.l
situation, full of violence and
crimes perpetrate by the OAS ter-
rorists, which unfortunately still
prevails in Algeria, threatens th(
Jews possibly mire than other
parts of the European community.
Whatever may happen in Algeria,"
he said, "it is clear that many Jews
will leave and are leaving.
"Most of them go to France and
their influx creates very serious
problems for the French Jewish
community. It is the duty of world
Jewry to help French Jewry to take
care of the Algerian newcomers,
both materially and culturally. At
the same time, it is to be hoped
that more and more will go to Is-
rael, where the government and the
Jewish Agency stand ready to ab-
sorb and settle them."
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Fiiday. May 25, 1962
+Jewlst Her id/an
Page 9-A
Eichmann Aide Seeks Cologne Delay
Normcr. Imber (left\ outgoing president of the Men's Club of
Coral Way Jewish Center, turns the gavel of office over to in-
cominc; riesideat, Ted Sloan, at ceremonies recently at the
Cente;.
Miamians Will Attend Meeting
Annual meeting of the American
Friends :' the Hebrev University
t>t Jerus iJem will be held .it Uni-
versity House hi New York City
on Jun< 12, accord.:'.; to an an-1
nouncement Wednesday by Daniel
('. Ross, chairman oi the board
of directors.
Amom those from Gr iter Miami
who will attend a:'.' Mr. and Mrs
i iik s Popick. !' pick i- presi-
dent <>f the South Fl rida Division
of the American Frien Is, and Mrs
I'i'pick .- vice president of the
Greater Miami Women's Division.
Ortie Greater Miami board
mmbe-s include Samuel Fried-
land, cr.airman of the board of
Food Fair Stores; Jack D. Gor-
don, president of Washington
Federal Savings r.nd Loan Assn.;
and Samuel T. Sapiro, president
of the Cedars of Lebanon Hos-
pital.
Members of the National Coun-
c.l of the American Friends from
this area include Dr. Irving Lehr-
man, rabbi of Temple Emanu-KI;
and Jacob Rifkin, vice president
of the South Florida Division
Ross will report on the recent
meeting in Jerusalem of the inter-
national board of governors of
Israel's first and largest Institu-
tion Of higher learning.
Popick. president of Mechanics
Uniform Service, recently was
elected to the executive commit-
tee of the board of directors of the
American Friends. He is the first
Greater Miamian ever so honored.
Continued from 1-A
"since the Federal Republic
signed the charter and the United
Nations condemned Eichmann's
obduction, the Foreign Office was
asked to intervene but refused |
to do so." He expressed the hope
that the court would order the
Foreign Office to demand Eich- ;
marn's extradition. However, he
acknowledged that may be diffi-
cult since there are no diplomatic
relations between Germany and
Israel.
He said that, if the Cologne court
rejected his complaint, he would
file suit hi a Federal court. Then,
if necessary, he would carry the
case to the Council of Europe's
Commission on Human Rights. He
said he did not know whether any1
similar case had ever been taken
to or judged by that Commission.
Meanwhile, a defense argument
which Eichmann used repeatedly
in his Jerusalem trial, that he acted
under orders which he could not
disobey in transporting millions ot
F.uropean Jews to their doom, was
In aid again in court in Berlin this
week from Albert Filbert, a former
Nazi SS officer on trial for partici-
pation in similar mass murders of
Jews.
Filbert, who has admitted he.
beaded a Nazi commando unit
w liich operated in German-occu-
pied areas of Russia in 1941, told
the court that "only a few thou-
sand" victims were shot on his
: orders. He is on trial on charges
of participation in the slaughter of
! 1.445 Russian Jews, and faces a
possible life sentence. Five other
ex-SS men. charged with "work-
ing" under F'ilbert are on trial
with him. facing lesser terms.
An SS report was read, indicat-
ing Filbert had been recommend-
ed for an Iron Cross for his part
in the "liquidation of Jews, Com-
munists and guerrillas" in the
Vilna-Grodno-Vitebsk region. The
report said Filbert's unit had the
greatest proficiency in shootings
committed by his special exter-
mination battalion. But Filbert
insisted the quoted figure of 11,-
445 killings credited to his squad
was incorrect. "I can't say exact-
ly how many people were shot,"
he declared, "but it was only a
few thousand."
He stressed repeatedly that he
had been acting under orders at the
time of the slaying. Asked by the
judge whether he agreed that there
were criminal orders, which no "de-
cent citizens" were forced to obey.
Filbert replied: "We had no choice,
We had to obey orders "
He insisted it was not true that
the victims had to remove all their
clothes before they were killed. He
explained that "all their belongings
were taken from them and sent to
Berlin. They had to take off their
underclothes. Then they had to lift
their shirts over their heads and
tie the sleeves across their eyes."
He said the victims were forced
to stand in front of "execution
trenches" into which the bodies
tumbled. Asked whether he had
witnessed the shooting of Jewish
women and small children on his
orders, he said "I attended only
two or three shootings of men. That
is, nearly all the victims west
men." He added that it was "difffr
cult" to find volunteers to com-
mand shooting squads when the as-
signed victims included women and
children.
Emma Lazarus |
Installs Officers
Emma Lazarus chapter. B'nal
B'rith Women, installed new of-
ficers at a dinner Sunday. 7 p.m.,
at the Skyways motel. Mrs. Ruth
Barson was in charge of reserva-
tions.
Members of the chapter incl I le
Mrs. Alfred Reich, president, BB
Women, District 5; Miss Edith
Simmons, newly-elected president,
Miam i Council BB Women; and
Mrs. Henry Steinhauser. of the BB
Youth Organization.
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'Miami Group' to he Cited Sunday
Pace H-A
Continued from Pane 1-A
1. nd is chairman "f the Greater
Miami Israel Bond organization
The join' efforts of the Miami-
. leading to many successful m-
versifie I Interests in Israel, had u-
I ginnin i n the nighl ol N'ovem-
ber 29. 15M7. and their succe in
the years since Israel's birth has
contributed to Israel's economic
di vt lopment.
in November, 1947, as the United
Nations debated whether there
was to be a state of Israel, the
Arab nations surrounding Israel
waited to pounce on her in the
event of partition.
Orovitz at the time was in Israel.
While dining at the Kate Dan hotel
in Tel Aviv, he was approached by
Xaver Federmann, unofficial pur-
chasing agent for the Jewish un-
derground defense loree the Ha-
ganah,
Federmann introduced himself
as owner of the hotel and asked
for the loan of $5,000 in Ameri-
can currency for one day. It
turned out the loan was to pay
for refueling a vessel which had
Samuel fricdland
Mpx Oroviti
Dan Buskin
Sam Blank
Stores, Blank, president of Nation-
al Bran s, Ruskin, co-owner then
v Hi Orovitz cf Publit Gas Co to
join him in creating a venture
whi< h was later ti known
Internationally as "The Miami
Group,"
Immediately after the < stablish-
menl ol the StaU ol [si a I 11 years
. go, the gn up's first venture was
the construction of the Dan hotel
in Tel Aviv, As it prospered, they
reinvested earning in other Israeli
t nterprises, including orange
groves, housing developments,
(ther hotels, an asbestos pipe fac-
tory, a bank and oil explorations.
Today, the group owns Israel's
only hotel chain, which includes the
Dan, King David hotel in Jerusa-
lem, Accadia Grand hotel on the
Mediterranean, and is completing
the Dan-Carmel atop Mt. Carmel
Nearly completed are the Shaar
La Negev hotel in Bcersheba and
a tourist class hotel near Tel Aviv.
Investments in these projects alone
are ten million dollars.
Flanked by members of the host committee for a dinner of
tribute to take place on Sunday, May 27, is (second from left
Leonard Rosen, co-chairman of the dinner with Carl Weinkle.
From left are Cal Kovens, Rosen, Julian Weinkle, Sidney All-
Bin and Paul Faske.
37 Graduate At Beth David
In 1951, the Miami Group par-
ticipated in the erection of an as-
democratic Jewish State, of its tre-
mendous economic potentialities
run the British blockade to se- under the tree enterprise system, bestes cement plant in Nahariya,
cretly land a boat load of "ille- ''n(l <)f ,no Wisdom of collaboration in the northern part of Israel,
gal" immigrants. | between private enterprise in the This plant is said to be one of the
( i.ited States and private initiative most modern in the world.
On that fateful night, as the two "n ,sracI- .. .. ., _._,,iM_-
, j >w i r .l r .Now. the group js participating
witnessed the landing of the refu-; i>)n his return to Miami. Oro- i one of its most ambitious pro-
gees, they were irrevocably con- vita interested Fnedland. chair- k-cts, the construction of Israel's
voiced of the future of Israel as a man of the board of Food Fair1 only skyscraper, a 34-story office
------------building in Tel Aviv
Beth Sholom Men Slate Medicare LfSS SIS? SS532
t,,u. v. i r -T- Corporation, Ltd., with the aim of
Brotherhood of Temple Beth Board of directors are: Joseph concentrating the various interests
Sholom of Miami Beach will spon- Alter. Joseph Ash. Harry Bark.n. i owned by the Miami Group and by
sor a program on "MedicarePro Jason Berkman. Dr. Ralph Cobb. Pedermann Enterprises in Israel.
and Con" at its final breakfast Aaron Fsxr. Murray Herlands, Har- The groups enterprises, either as
ov ners or participants in owner-
in totality: Dan Hotel
Ltd.; Accadia Hotel
Corporation Ltd.; Palestine Hotel.
Ltd. (King David Hotel i: Israel
Hotels. Ltd.; Israel American Oil
meeting of the season on Sunday, ry A. Lack. Marvin W. Lewis. Sam- "w" ._- ,.
10:30 ta the Temple auditor- ue, H. Martin. David Muskat. Louis corporation,
r'tri. Speakers will be Dr. Harry __ /. .
Speakf
Wolk and Michael So^sm.
Jack Wagner is program chair-
P. Snetman.
And Joseph O'chin. Philip Post-
man, and an invitation to women elnek. Melvin J. Richard. Bernard corporation; "Lap.doth" Israel
has been extended A. Rosen. Dr Norman J Russ. Leo Oil Prospectors Corp.. Ltd.; Tri-
The meeting will also include Schloss, .,. Bcrnar(i Spector< Pau, Continental Pipe Line Ltd. (Eilat-
election of new officers with Dr. A. Stern. Joseph Tucker. Benjamin H;,,fa oil pipeline): I. L Feucht-
^^;.:ucceed,,gD.,i>rckeras w. zimmerm.n. Seymour Silver- "S%TS^noSSffSJ^
Under the auspices of the Bu-
reau of Jewish education, grad-
uation exercises will be held on
May 28 at Temple Israel for local
teen-agers who have successfully
completed six years of religious in-
struction.
Of the 47 Dade countians in the
group, 37 of the Junior H.gh grad-
uates are students at Beth David
religious school, which is the only
one in Miami requiring students to
enter the Hebrew Department
when they are in the third grade
of public school.
The prese.-.t graduating classes
are the first in Beth David's new-
ly-inten;:fied educational pro-
gram, which has been designed
to retain boys and girls in the
Hebrew Department after Bar
Mitivah.
There are now over 130 students
who attend three times a week.
At Beth David's services on Fri-
day night, these students will be
honored, The students will be ad-
dressed, in both English and He-
brew, by Louis Gadon, represent-
in-: the teaching staff, and -
be honored that evening; Sau;
Rabin, educational directoi of
Beth David religious schoi I; and
Rabbi Norman II. Shap.n Beth
I), vid spiritual leader.
Fred Silverman has recc.vtd a
perfect score in the Hebrew test
given by Beth David and in the na
tionwide examination, given by a:!
Hebrew schools in the countrj
Graduating students are Myl< -
Abbott. Stanley Bdsker. Sandra
Black. Spencer Budner. Judith
Cohen. Stuart Cohen. Robert Cov-
in. Stephen Farrow. Nora Feldman,
Harris Friedman. Robert Goldberi.
Kdysee Hershbein, Louis Herskov -
itz. Henry Issenberg, Nancy Laz-
arus, Ronald Loupus. Paul Mande,
Maryann Marder. David Metliks.
Josiah Meyer. Jack Miller. Jirorr.e
Orlin, Edwin Pont, Philip Rab.n
Also Janet Rabinowitz, Jeffrey
Ram, Michelle Rosinek. Ellen
Schachter, Ann Scheer, Judit.n
Sthiff. Lawrence Seitlin. David Sli-
ver. Fred Silverman. Francir.e
Smith. Mary Tytell. Daniel Weiss,
Fred Wellisch.
president. Other officers are: vice
presidents, Jack M. Fink, Harold
Granoff, Harvey K. Kramer. Sid-
m j Ross, and Philip Schlissel; cor-
responding secretary, Irwin H.
Teplis; recording secretary, Joseph
1 ardo; treasurer. Morris Miller.
man, Leon L'ngar
Hon..rory past presidents are Jack Hall on Sunday at 7 p.m. Pn
Abbott, Dr. Meyer Eggnatz, David BiU include cards, mah
Drucker, Frank Kamen. Dr. Alex refreshments, On Monday even-
ins, Albert E. Rosen and .lack jni. Tiforeth Israel Sisterhood will
Wagner. have a meeting in the social hall.
anon, in Zurich. Switzerland; "Isa-
best" Israel Asbestos Cement In-
dustries. Ltd.; Pressure Lubri-
cants, Ltd.. Supply an.! Transport
Tifereth Israel Congregation will l"o.. Ltd.: and Eshkar Ltd. (duty
bold a games party in the Social free shops).
Thus, what began with a $3,000
Tifereth Israel Congregation
WE
THE UNDERSIGNED, ARE DELIGHTED
TO WHOLE-HEARTEDLY ENDORSE
THE CANDIDACY IN
NEXT TUESDAY'S RUN-OFF ELECTION OF
JAMES W. (JIMMY)
JOE FIELDS
Stotter & Field! Inn., N.E. 125 St.
OSCAR ARGINTAR
2540 S.W. 22nd Ave.
TOM FRITSCH
5757 S.W. 3rd St.
MARClE COVERMAN
4441 S.W. 1st St.
HAROLD STRUMPF
Attorney. 100 S.W. 52nd Ave.
EDWARD FELDSTEIN
83 S Prospect Dr.. Coral Gables
MOREY RAYMAN
1836 S.W. 18th Awe.
NATHAN 0RAVERMAN
1636 N W. 7th Ave.
JACK SILVERMAN
750 N.W. 15th St.
MITCHELL M. GOLDMAN
Industrial Nat'l. Bank Bids.
loan lo help save a i oat load of
refugees, has grown into a far-flung
financial empire, and a dramatic
demonstration that tree enterprise
in a democracy can flourish in the
twentieth century in distant lands,
a- .t has in the United States from
as birth.
VOTE TOR JIMMY (LEVER 3-E)
AND TELL YOUR FRIENDS TO VOTE FOR JIMMY, TOO.
Elect Him Our Metro Commissioner to
Represent the City of Miami.
Brotherhood Here
Attends Retreat
Brotherhood of Temple Sinai
attended the annual retreat the
weekend of May 18 in -Marathen.
Fla.
The retreat was based on
themes from the film "Judgment
at Nuremberg."
On Saturday. May 26. the Broth
erhood will sponsor B -allies night
for the entire congregation.
New athletic facilities are being
built on the Temple grounds for
the summer day camp now enroll-
ing children. ,
RE-ELECT
Evelyn
BECKY
YOUR
DISTRICT 40
C0MMITTEEW0MAN
Be Sure and
Vote May 29+h
PULL LEVER No. 36-A
Executives Club Banquet
1 Executives Club of Miami Beach
. held a "President's Banquet'" in
the Deauvillc hotel's Charlemagne
room on Wednesday. In charge of
1 arrangements was Joe Cohen.
South Miami City Judge
Jack Block Endorses
For County Commission.
SEE PAGE 5 B
f.l Pol KS\
>
?
ELECT HARVEY H. BAKER
YOUR
Inland Navigation Commissioner
Background and experience:
Member of Flnqler-Granada
Jewish Center
Member Jewish AmvetsRobert
Richter Post, Miami Beach
Member of Disabled Americon Vets
Member of Variety Club
Boat enthusiast & Dade County
Resident for 25 Years
Married to Elsie-two children,
Sandy 9, Steve IS
PLATFORM:
Protect interest of all small bod
owners
Expansion of cur inland water uris
for more recreational facilities
and commerce
HELP ELECT HARVEY H. BAKER
INLAND NAVIGATION COMMISSIONER
ALL DADE COUNTY CAN VOTE
PULL LEVER 13-A
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on Friday.
Emanu-EI School Now Registering
DURING THE WEEK... US I SEE II
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for th<- 1962-63
academic year
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'-.'. St 1:.- time," explained
Raphael K Yunei school tK^ard
chairman, "because many fami-
Uei aill f>e leaving the citj for
their wmroer vacations once the'
i irly June."
The gation'i Foundation
eer day school com-'
it and Hebraic studies
tan secular curr.
culurr. ahicfa parallels the Dadej
l system, will
,;!<-.- a firth grade for the fir>t
in the 1
Registratioi I ks an open
at ihi- time for -tu<:- sosh
to att< : : th) Sfti n ':: "
school, h< n gi lei are '.-
fered, and the Sunday school.
which ha>- a kindergarten "
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REPHUN'S HEBREW
BOOK STORE
Grtoltr Miami's loratit i. Olttst
Supplier for 5^no5ogutJ,
Hebrew & Sunday Schooll.
tVr>Wesa(e & Sefoii
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417 Waihington Ae. JE 1-9017
Robbi and Wife Hospitalized
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te force you into taking out life insurance .. this
is something you consider ralmlv. and
decide on after thorough investigation. Doesn't
election of.sour family Memorial Plot merit the same
judicious concern? Of course..That'r- whv \
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Friday. May 25. 1962
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FROM THE TALMUD
Derek Ertti Zuta, 9.
Ta\e care that the doors of thy I
I dome be not shut ag.itn.sr tlie needy
* *
Arakin, 28a.
Let a man be generous in his
charities, but let lum beware of
Citing away all tliat lie lias.
*
KoheJct Kabbah. 4 ..
Better is lie ti'ho gites little to I
cliantv from monev honestly earn-
ed than he who gnes much from
dishonestly gained wealth.
*
Ltaba Batra. 9b.
If one gives only the k'"d word
jnd speaks comfoTtjbK to tlie poor. -
lie lias done true chanty fur ,i,>:li
not Holy VV'nt m> Because of
this word will Cod bless thee.'"
Kjte&rew L-oincrsii/ion
Jn icxmi 9
r^eliaious The Educated Guess Seen
As a Way of Experience
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TRANSLATION -
An Eternal Keepsake
(m one side of the medallion to mark
lentil anniver n Been
Roman coin bearing the legend:
l-racl liberated tin- tenth (year)
ol the freedom of Israel." and in
the center of the inscription an il-
lustration symbolizing the rebuild
of the new Israel Together with
the medallion the Tenth Anniver-
sary committee issued a coin. On
the coin tne price is marked I5,
and on the other side, the tenth
anniversary emblem Th.s coin may
be used just like all other legal ten
der of the State of Israel; but this
is not '<>"<' smt'1' lne coin is a
memorial coin, and its price is
much higher than the one written
an it.
The Medallions and Coins" has
now Issued a silver coin to mark
the centenary of Herzl's birth. His
portrait appears on the coin and b.r
.t the legend: -This is no fairy
t;-le On the other side of the
coin, the emblem Of the State of
Israel has also been added: a can-
delabrum and olive branches,
(Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit)
By RABBI NORMAN N. SHAPIRO
Beth David Congregation
A favorite saying of Lowell A.
Lawrence the late president of
Harvard University, was that "the
mark of an educated man is the
ability to make a reasoned guess
on the basis of insufficient infor-
mation." What application does this
revealing and penetrating state-
ment mean for countless young men
and women, boys and girls, who
will be gracuat.ng from high
schools, colleges and religious
schools during May and June? Our
youth looks to the future the
wave of tomorrow. This is a fright-
ful period of decision facing the
seemingly overwhelming job of
making far-reaching major or mi-
nor decisions .'huh will affect
count!i -- the res: of
their li\
In life
elusions

s thi rtain-
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, J h i 9 Li/e e k e n a
Information to be included in the Religious Services column
must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later
than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All re-
leases received after that time will be retuincd as prooT of
their lateness.
RABBI NORMAN SHAPIRO
. educated guess
t.i 1 ii r ; lessing, But according
i is whci ication" injects
1
In our this year. I tried to impress our con-
firmat ;- rtance of cultival M thinking habits.
Howe\ -: in the final examination many students
skippi I iv ledge thai they were supposed to have
assimilated '" >i tits indulged in the pleasant pastime of guesses
and opini
When very young, we resort to childlike fantasies, and our imagin-
ative minds capture our fancy. It is imagined that when we grow up.
we'll know aii the answers. In a maturer state, doubts and uncertain-
ties would no longer bother us and we would always know what to do.
In our late teens and early twenties, we may think that moment
of certainty has arrived. Yet the years will roll on and on and the
only certainty we will know or learn is that the moment of absolute
certainty never arrives. We seek truth and live by truth; but the strug-
gle and quest for certainty and solutions continue unabated.
My plea to our younger contemporaries is that if there is an
inevitability about guessing, if making decisions based on uncertainties
is an unavoidable part of life's pattern, then let us at least make edu-
cated guessts. Let our guesses be an outgrowth of education in its
broadest sense and thereby include experience, faith, courage and
understand.ng. On this, and this alone, can we make a reasoned guess
even though the information is insufficient. In this way, our guesses
have a good chance of turning out right. In this manner, our future
takes on a brighter prospect.
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why is it that the bride does not
wear any jewelry during the
wedding ceremony?
Basically, this is considered a
means of mourning for the temple
ol Jerusalem which was destroyed.
Some original authorities wanted
to do away with all marriage, so
greal was their grief it the los- ol
II, temple The prevailing opinion,
however. tamed to the
clfecl th.it while irriage was per-
missible, is required at
thr marriage I i signify that our
joy is inc implete because of the
destrui li the temple. Thus,
ih,' groom br aks the glass and the
biide avi i < earing Jewelry dur-
ing the ceremony.
There are some authorities who
ve another r >ason for the ab-
sence of jewels on the bride during
the ceremony These claim that
there Is a greal moral lesson in-
volved. The 4:00m is thus can
tinned not hi marry the girl tor
her riches or for her jewels but
1, r her inner values and character.
Jewels -ire but external facets of
human display and by no mean- In-
dicate the true character of the in-
dividual. They are sometimes mis-
leading when they dazzle the on-
looker.
*
Why are there no weddings al-
lowed between Passover and
Shavuot?
There are generally ihree rea-
son- advanced for this prohibition.
The nio-t popular reason is the
contention that twenty four thou-
sand disciples of Rabbi Akiba died
I this period either through
Tins page is prepared in co-
I operation icitli the Spiritual Lead-
\ ers of rlic Grcjter Miami Rubbin-
| oil Assn.
RABBI MAX A. LIPSClllTZ
Coordinator
Contributor:
rabbi SOLOMON 5CHIFP
Gems of \\'i-Jom
pestilence or persecution Another
reason that has been mven is that
this period was one of great con-
cern because of the harvests ami
planting seasons, also because the
pilgrims who came to Jerusalem
hid to return home after Passover
and he back in time for the Sh.i
VUOl holiday which was only six
weeks away
Should marriage be allowed.
they might indulge in seven-day
festivities and possibly not n>-'ke il
back in time for the holiday ol
Shavuot. It is also claimed that the
deceased in Gehenna (hell I are
indued during this period and thus
it is not a conducive one for good
fortune. One of the most basic rea-
sons advanced, however, is the fact
that the entire practice of counting
1 he days and the weeks he:ween
the two festivals (Sefirah) brings
10 mind that this is a rather theo-
retical count since we do not have
Die Offerings Of Old, especially the
one" which was offered on the
second daj ol the Passover and
winch started oil the count. Thus.
:i period of mourning is involved
and marriages
BETH DAVID. 225 SW 3rd ve Con-
aervativc. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W. Lipson.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Graduates >>f Junior
Hifrh S'ii""l ;iiwl teachers ol the re-
ligious school "ill honored. Sai-
urday '.' n.m, Bas Mitsvah: Rebecca,
daughter "f Mr. and Mrs. Herbert J.
M'hhIw in.

BETH EL. 500 Sw wn ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
Frlria) 'i:r. pi" Saturday 8:S0 a.m.
Sermon: "If Ve Walk in My Statutes."
Bar Mitivah: Isaac, Bon "l Mr. and
Mrs. Alberl Islti
BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave.
Conservative.
Prlda) 15 ;> m Saturda} N 13 a.m
:: i \||ti i ii Rii hard, .ii ol Mr. ami
'.III' .. lull,.

BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman.
: i.' ,. la m Ser-
II,,n \ '
e
BETH J^COB 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mao'Ches.
! win Saturda

BETH Tf'LAH, 935 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph F. RacKOVsky.

DETH TORAH. 164tn si. ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
; Bas Miiz-
R < lie, ;., ighter ol Mr. and
man.

CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER
Conservative. 8755 SW 16th St.. Mi-
ami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor
Gershon Levin.
i ,k .. ir, md B :>> p m. Sermon:
'Llstei Look! '' Saturdaj '.'
e
DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
i!i.i..% > IS p.in Sermon: "The An "f
Humility." Saturday 8:J0 a.m. Ser-
, mon: "Portion of th* Week. Bar
Miizv.ih: Gary, sun of Mr. and Mr.
Milton i ilelcher.

KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ava.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seit.
Friday 6:S0 p.m. Saturday v:30 a.m
I Sermon: "Blessings vs. Curses."

MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th ave. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor
Fred Bernstein.
Friday 8:30 p.m. Saturday s:i> a.m.
Sermon: "Walk Humbly."

OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weberman.
Friday 8:80 p.m. Saturday 8:45 a.m.
Sermon: "Reward ami Chastise."
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 648
Collins ave. Cantor S. Nachmiaa.
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025
NE 183rd it.. Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor Abra-
ham Reisman.
i- .!.,% 10 p.m. Sermon: "Conai
\si,. What is v..in- Same?" Satur-
.1 ,^ :, in Sermon: "The Ralnbon
Itevnnd the Horlson Bar Mltsvah
ii, ,,. non of Mr. and Mis. Samuel ,
W.I, 1:
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TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Canto- Charles
Kodner.
i :. in Sermon: "w h> Don I
\\ Jews Se v. I 'oni
TEMPLE BETH *EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
Sei mon: I.e.
I ndant.' Sal irda>
i.m. H
; Mrs Edward Dreltxer.
TEIV.PLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland
Hall. 11638 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
struction, st. Rar.it Morris Skop
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
Fi Idai '' :> m -~''! mon Wl
..I ,,t the National Conf<
onlsl i' 'ii. rei I lot
-i.,in, .,, i" in :, m Sermon: "I'
11, ,,i Eve ak '"
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood 1725 Monroe st. Conservative
Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz.
Frida) P m. Sermon "We Re-
Saturda) 8 a m Bar Mill-
William, Bon of Mr and mi-.
.n S I
TEMPLE BETH S*-'0'_OM. 4144 Cha
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish
Cantor David Conviser.
Frl.lns :I3 p m. Si rmon it\ vs
ri.i' mea Shabbal sponsoi ed b>
I'TA in hunoi "i rellglo is school
nitv Sal irdaj 10 15 a m Bar M
vah: Gouglas, son of Mr and Mn
li, ii < irenald. m
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabb. Henr>
B. WemiCk.
Frldaj '" P-m. S. rmon Ancient
10 a in ^ outh
Hi r\ l<
TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler
,., |a, r. p m Sermon: rhi Power


GEMS OF WISDOM
l
Tlie particle 'too" is a danger-
out foil. It even tlie meaning of 1
"honest" may spoil. kuh.
* *
There are three U'liose life is no I
li/ tlie over-compaasiowate, the-
hot-tempered, juJ tlie hyper-few
tidious. PESHIM
*
// you z'atp too much, you do i
not ; asp (itt! you
[rasp -T.M.Mi D
* *
*
VX'hai
IM MANN. J

?
':
BEBEI
* *
, : lor i:
if p iliticians
EJVNI
the entln teaching staff will be hon-
ored.
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TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th at.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Frida) B-.15 p.m Bermon: "The 8uc
, ess and Failure of Religion in Our
Lives."
-
TEMPLE JUDt/,. 320 Palermo ava.
Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet.
Frida) 8:lfi p.m, Bermon: "Counting
Che Stepa to Sinai." Saturday 10:3')
a.m. lias Mltsvah: June, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. living Bchwarts.

TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th at.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Carr.or Edward Klein.
Friday g:15 p.m. Guest speaker. H-rzl
Honor, elucatlnn director of the Tem-
pi, v religious school. Saturday 8 a m.
Bar Mltsvah: Ronald, son of Mr. and
Mis Akin Smith.

TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th at. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern T'adi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Samuel Gomberg.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Surfslde-Bay Har-
li. .in- Hurry Cohen Contingent, Post
723, JWV, "ill participate In presen-
tation of colors. Quest spi aki rs, s. n.
Claude Pepper and Chaplain Mark
Wesle) Greas, Homestead Air Force
Base, "ill !" Introduced by Col. M.
Mendlow. Saturday 8:45 a.m, Bar
Mltsvah: Nell, son of Mrs. Faya
Komlsarow

TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform.
Friday 8 13 p.n Louis Schwartzman,
. Bui i-.ui of Jewish Education,
will speak ":i Jewish Bducatioi
\\ ha I ?

TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan
Zwitman. Cantor Albert Glantz.
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TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Leo Heim.
','. | '.
I red l."i;i- Phillip
., i : "The I
Within ..I host. .1 V\ V
! adii Vuxl

TSMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave.
Conservative. Seymour Hinkes, can-
tor.

TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man.
l- |daj v 30 i> I" Sei mon. "1 -i" I
Statutes Sei nil of honor ill be
. .i to Mi and Mrs Abraham
i-.,in,.i i-elebrallng their 38th wedding
annlversar) Mi n nd Mrs. J. E3d I
Cantor and Mr. and Mrs. Saul Can-
i host the Oneg Shabbat In
thi ii p tn nts.

YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu.
Krida) 13 p.m Sermon: "l..-fi, Right
.in,i \\ i iing Saturdaj 8 a.m.
*
CANDUUGHTING TIM
21 Iyar 6:50 p.m.
he B iok Oi
the ri i i -i i ii -< hool and mi


D.-r~o in a
?aae "
* > w # *# fkridH*tr
Friday. May 25
iin
Kfl
The Avenue of the iig'iteous Gentiles'
Y EXTENS ON
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is

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IS 1
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I
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Mou lemi
'The Avi f the Righti
med
ng the Na I leroic i
not in
G ermany itself. Xoi wl

t these ceremonies. An ng I r as i is( ar m I
. r the
: the api'. |r Adolf ]
self.
The story of Mr. Schindler's rk I
German m Die
.'. t ; irg. Here is a
lie calls himself a God-fearing I I
eys the Ten Commandments and trie> to act ac-
coi '. requirement lovi thej neighboi
thyself.' He believes that nothing "hat he I
i ade turn better than his : men lit
-jj- that h< merely fulfilled his duty a- a Chrisl
For nrre than a tho isai
is ilmost a saint, while he hii it to
e a matter of course that he disobeyed the exter-
mutation or ers of Eichmann. l se -.>nd peo-
ht ".o Know. For thej are ws And he saved
their lives.
His nan is Oscar Schindler The then 35-year-
old Catholic was a successful sn.an from the
As a counterespionage agent of the
Vi'ehrmachl was sent not to the front but to occu-
pied Poland in order to 'Aryanize' Jewish business
undertaking.
I: i mti. st to other- v ho en givi bs like
this. Hcrr Schindler did not rob thi of -.heir
k over a O ed it
'. mi j an i proci "ire

"A; tl int his unobtrusive sti e with the
W I n the orde given that all
en-
s' again ii employ
' ws In 1940. hi n his payroll:
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
On Coming and Going
EVERYBODY IS EITHER l
or Iir
of So
I Well is al Lydda wail
pli.ne \ for a
A friei :' the airport and
Dr Burg -aid it
emii led him of the woman who was
standing bj the door in the psychial i Are you
coming or go.ng? asked the psychiatrist. "If I knew, i
wouldn't be here -he rep
Y< think Frank Sinatra would be fornia
making a movie or chasing ph in New York,
but m> he i- in Israel I read an interview with him in
n Israeli | Quite good interview telling some very
nterestii about Sinatra's Ji *-ish relations, which
01 a fighl he had when he in having
infant < hiW baptism and all
like thai
itra cami to Israel I Irul to plaj a
benefit for the bu youth cei
Then story in the sami
t bj
turning his i stle nto a tourist ttraction. Hi
Israe ,-h tour-
ists ( Israi
This was a bit surpi
tended a- a placi to run Israel
- seeking lo attract them in y b> I thought.
And yel I i nt prophets had pi I it When Zion
re-esl ed, the prophets said, people from all the
ions would Lei > up to the mountain oi the
God "I Jacob." The prophet I n iitan out-
ring into Israel. So ict non Jewish tour-
ists is thus fulfilling those prophecies,
It i- often assumed of course that non-Jews would not
b" attracted to a Jewish environm nl The -'nine of this
error is the moth'i of so many errors Ian Freud
.'i shown that what people saj is often thi
site of what thev actual!) think and the more they ;>:
it i- true, thi b it.

Drowsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN
New Dimension
For Children
TEN AND A KID. By Sadie Rose Weilerstein P :
tures by Janina Demanska. 186 pp. New Yonc:
Doubteday. S2.9S.
DO YOU KNOW ;
twelvi Y
Weilerstein's i K
: .- : [y printed tten, with cl
Janina Domansl
5250 Isaac Siegel M<
i I
th< L'nil : Stati This pre-. I
Book i ncil of the Xatiot
merelj giv< the lings at :
mid havi
Thi setting is a Idy little t *n in Lithuat .
. go. Then ai n m the family. Mommi
Father and eight children, including the irn
Reizel T n is t Iso Gadya, the lit!
goat, who appeared among them mysterious
- when the door had l>. tied : ir
Elijah. Somel things ha] pen in the
familv after Gadya arrival ai
one i- also caught up in thi intimate, -a arm
of a small European village, in the joyous
of the holiday.- and in the Gemutlichkeit of the
family
Mrs Weilerstein's writing is like a new dimen-
sion in children':- literature It is gentle w
being weak and warm without being sticky Out >:'
the lightest incident she draw- a wealth ol good
feeling and kindness like the chapter on thi
which the family called without-fish Witho
had everything in it that goes into the niak.:
boiled fish, except the fish, which they could rarely
afford. But of coin-- the little girl Teppele,
"it would be better to have without-fish with I
'-. Iventure For the child
who read- it the v>ook will bi
dea: .:--.-:: und in print
WOMEN OF ISRAEL. Photographs and text bv
Sam Waagenaar. 112 plates, 48 pages of text.
New York: Schocken Books. S3.95.
- worn such varii
'i- shoe importer p il lie tj mana ..
MGM opt i atii student itet
and Inter Si ws Servici
-port- the new I
him well Hi-
all a which us
many of them
: i!.-.i a portrait ol
the nation f< i
n5 land.
Four -tone- act ;
" \ ischwitz is om Zip] ho
Israel, is another Nain i. the \
iti .- glimpsi I at her
charming bigamist or perhaps it was tri-
gamist but at least her hus i -
really stepping-stones into the State, ii
storj of Kahele is the strangest ol all; Rahele
an Italian Catholic from Sannicai
a -mall group which "discovered" Jud
.-elf. without knowing there were
existence, and which, havii
to their amazement finally being told tl
people wen- alive all over the world
to Israel Ot coi rsi
The book is a proud picture ;
hood in its manj faces, looking out oi divers
into the future, smiling its secret smili
past, And the faces are wonderful
Our Film Folk:
By HER3ERT G. LUFT
s
1942, when H
-
p of his
his fact Thei
ir cl Iren, then p

ere to be tal

: -
- .:
ma It
' ii
- ipons. Hi

|
As
. .. us Jews to the >
... it) to thi

is pro|
the >udi
lewish orgai
thii hi
ess ever
lews for him Half
in Israel, the resl are scattered
t the world so 'hat thej ire ku
From the Federal Gi
got one-third of the 150.-
that i- coming to him
.,- n -'.' tor what he lost ilur.nj the Nail pel
OH the Record:
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Basic Need is Prayer
THE THOUGHT per:-t- m some Jew-
ish circl that the best Ami
lev cai for themselves i- to I
about their own problems and di
must of their em rgj and mone> as
to such ca sea k segregation
i iea. whuh i- trotted out a- bus' :
hetic teachings, is sound eni
"hen applied in moderation and no! to
exclu-ion of ministration of Jewish need- and i
These are t Jummst, Dr S
t in An i:
>h affairs
Dr. Mai me to
full forci pron
all who -
seri isness that he i I thi
[or integration Ju
Ihmk ol
-en tl there yn that eth cat va -
i in the
(its belongs in the
' f valui pell sun
'
... ntil thi
rshii f the exi rcises u liti i i -
.....me fas
spects
| | .
thai me I holy sam turn to hi ail i
not to nda how i ver loftj its |
rse s red pui pose in the f*gl I I
% lity is to i., _.\ n pi oi tj
in else I ol the lectern, our ->
templi t ol emptim --

Heard and Recorded .
! facts the case in quest i Si
City has thi -h population in the w i
!s th< most \ isitors of anj city in the
world To i >rs do not come to see the
Si York am more than they come to see the
Poles or who inhabit it. but if you traci
Jewish contribution in the wa)
I the art-, far fewer Visit-
in reality n ma) be said they also
N i York.
Abby Mann Skyrockets in 36 Short Months
Holl}
A BBY MANN, whom I me! at the Santa
Monica Civic Auditorium after he
had n ceived th Kt lemj Award
'he best screenpla menl at Nui
emberg," based on his own television
script has skyrocketed in :it; moi
from a virtual unknown to the third
highest-paid wrier in Hollyw.....i He has
' wh two teleplays, "Judgment" and "A Chi
lh originally presi tiled a- TV specials and
isequently adapted to the screen by the author bin
- er.
In .- Mam: ; .
who didn't he- tatel deal with
' '! problems to furnish pi 'nal
' ;i-' "ays ere prepared to accept Abb) Man's con-
tribution his own words at the Academ) pre*
"tatioi i writer's comment on the world he lives in
;" "Ju Igm : at Nuremberg" he did II with bis account ol
the War Crimes Trials n whuh the men who admlnisti
the Nazi brand ol justice were brought to the dock to
count to humanity In "A Child is Waiting." currently befori
the earner. at limer-al International Studio.-, with Burt
Lancaster and Judy Garland co-starring, Messrs Mann
Kramer created compelling drama woven aroui
led children a subject never before brought to the
screen.


Friday, May 25. 1962
Jkwlcfi n^rSHIiriri
Pcc.e 15-A
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION^
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
NO. 62C 4601
ANTHl >N"Y A. I-1.< >i:i..n I i.n i:
Plaintiff,
\ s.
VIOI.A P. FLI illKNTIMv
I it fendant.
. > i viola P. i i."i:i:\ri\K
Apai nri. nl I I'. Meadow Court
Al.w.....I.
i 'lifton. NVw .1.-- -.
You, VIOLA P FLORENTINE, Sr
hereb) no) IIled thai .. Kill nl I 'om-
i'.iimi for Divorce has been filed
Insl you, and you at required to
.- i \. a copy of \ < ur Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill ..( Complaint on thi
l-|.iin ill '.- attorney, A lll'OD CUT-
LER, 7'; Alnsle) Building. Miami i2,
Florida and file the original Answei ..r
Pleading In the office ul the Clerk oi
i ii i .it Com i on .i hi i..i. the uei
da) i .linn-. 1962. n > ...i fail to da
no, Judgment by default mil be taken
against you f.-r the relief demanded
ii. the Bill ..f 1"..nip!.mil
This notice shall be |iubllxhed once
.;..|i week for four eonseeutlve A'eek*
Ii iiii: JEWISH fli mil I K1NE AND IRI 'KKKII ..i M ami,
I : i.i.i. ihi.i L'Tih day ..i Vpi il, A 11
82
E B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk, Circuit Court
i i%de County Florida
tClrculi '"'ii t s. 11
B) K M LYMAN
I M-JM!t\ I "It I'k
a uri'ii itti.i.i:
Of Ain.-l.v Building
Miami S3, Florida
Aiii.rn.> for Plaintiff
ii 1-11-ls-L'j
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEKEBY ISIVEN that
tin. undersigned, desiring !> engagi in
i since* under th>- fl. tltlous num.- ..t
I'li.Rll'V INFORMATION BI'KKAU
ai Suite ''A. i"T i.in. ..in Koad, Miami
Hi hi li. r loi Ida, Intend* lo register
mild name Ith the > 'lei k ol
Co in ol Dade Co .nt Floi i I
m SMITH ,v MANI'I.KII
Vlhi r' l Ta r*on
4i.; Lincoln Road, Miami Hi ...'h, I' a
m: 1-tiit
5 i 11-18-:..
Wg&M
BY HENRY LEONARD
"And we've named him Duncan Mason from
Pittsburgh after his grandfather, Dovid Meyer
from Pinsk."
Copr. 196?, Dayenu Produrtlont
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANn COR DADF. COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
.^0. bbbob-B
i.n re Emm. ..
m II \ LEVIN
I I '. .,.-..I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I'.. All Creditor,, and All P< miw Hal -
lux Claim* .i Demand* Again*! Said
I : ti
i'ou lire hereb) notified and t -
t*d to pi escnl .. n.. I'laini* and de-
mand* w hleh \ -.ii may ha\ v
the estate of SILIA LEVIN dec.
Int. : i... If com ly, l'l i .; I thi
Count) Judgi of i i.i.i. 'ount). and
file the name in ddpllcati i. a* pro-
\ Idi .1 in Seel "ii 733 18, i- in Ida Stal -
ute*, in then office* in I
c.iiirtln.ii-. in I ladi i' unt> I- lorida,
within six calendar month* from the
time of the ti' hi pu
or the same will .
Hated al Miami, 1 loi Ida, this
daj ..f Ma} A.II IS62
JACK LEVIN
Iti 'SB i IHEN
SOL LEVIN
A- K\. cutor*
CHEREN a (50L0EN
Attorne) s for Ex.
81 T i I > lit; i; Building
Miami. Florida
:. i b
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
vJenisti ffcridFsar
solicits your legal notice*.
We appreciate y om i
patronage and auarcntee
accurate service at leccl
rates .
Dial l lor messenger service
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 2072:! Ai t.- ol ItHl
l Hi \ \
NOTICE l> HEREBV ISIVEN that
. Foi Sit \ .v.il. In- holder
,.: Coi nil Tax Sn le rl Ifli .it-- No
... ., i he i-t da) ..t Juni A.U.
| I... led *ami In m> ofn e, and
ha* ma I. i|ipll. .it Ion for t..\ dei .1
in i i. -::. ,i thereon Said CVrtifli He
embrai p* the following described prop-
el iv iii the "ounty "l lade, Stall ol
i ktx it I
N 52 U Ft of E 300 El of Pracl
\,,,.i p| of a Portion .'i Sub Si .ii..n
:.. Township ''-' Bbuth, llange 12
East, containing 16 Vcre* moi. or
1,-.-.-. Plat Book il Pagi -' In the
Countv .if Dade, st.it.- ol Florida
The assessment ..t raid propert) un-
dei th.- raid cei till. at. i In the
,, e of: s K Hydroponlo Htrms me.
Cnleaa raid rertlflcati shall be re-
,l,, in. .1 a. ding to law, the property
,i, ; il,. i hi r-in w ill be sold to the
highest bidder at the Courl Hou door
,,,, thi f r*i Mondaj In the month >!
June 1982, whli Ii is the mi das "'
.1 I9S2.
Hated this I si das ol May. '"-'
E B. LE VTHERMA.N
Clerk ..i Circuit Court.
Hade County, Morlda
i. ill .'..nit Stall
in p.. M LBEPER. I""
:, i-ii l> :.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Stil'lt'K IS HEREBY Ul\ K> lhat
tin .I,.:, rslgni I, I- ii Inu to i in
i .... undei :li. fictitious name of
ATLANTIC OPTICAL SI PPLI, U
v i i -i .: si M ami, i- loi in
a tin th.-
, ,rk ..i in- '"I" I ;,-"'''j
.....
M< >ltl,< >M HOl.HI.N.....Kl
i n\ n. i
1IKHSE1. TEI ELM VN and M.i'-' H I
n, vppiu ii '
U tfi |
...TICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
x,. |- HEREBY tJIVK.N llml
I,. i .1 .in- i
Il VMINS CtlSMr I ICS at
i.ii k\ n W-enin \Ii.im
Id ,. u Florida Inti i ds to ri iiisii i
lh.. Clerk ... the Circuit
, ., County, Floi 'ta
VV\SIIINC,ToN 'BUtl COMPANY
M.VNEK M VNNIIEIMEB
Al ... Washington Drug ""'-
''"">' ., i.u-iH-ao
NOTICE UNDER
r-ICTITIOUS NAME LAW
M. .,, k IS HEREBY SIVEN that
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
NO. 55805 B
IN RE Estati ..I
LOl'IS M \SKIN
I'., i-a*. .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To VII I VII Pi i'-"ii- Ha> -
mu Claim* or Demand* Vgalnsl said
I
\ | i i of you are herebj
notlfh-il -.nt an) I
h you, or
I'lthi r "f you, nm agalnsl t he
estate of Lnl'IS MASKI X, ileci .- il
Int.. of Dadi i ii, i" the
id i > .i
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY ISIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring tn engage In
business undei thi fictitious name "t
A-L ASSi IC1 VTES at ..... I. llth
Avenue, Hlnli ih, Florida, Intend to
register raid naim nh i". ('i. rk ol '
the i 'Ii. uil i -.ii t of I lade I "ount).
JACK AT'II'ST
! HIERT LITOE
t. -ll-18-2o
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY ISIVEN that
thi undersigned, desiring to engagi In
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 5161
VIMEE P HERNANDEZ,
Plaintiff,
\ s
SANTIAGO HERN AN I >EZ,
I'. i. n.lant
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
In SANTIAGO HERNANDEZ,
AI 'I 'HESS I'NKNi I\VN
YIH-, SANTIAIStl HERNANDEZ,
addresg unknown, .: reiiuired i. file
...in answer t>. the complaint for di-
i ,v ith the i "lerk "I the above
Court, and serve a cop) ti- eof up-
..ii M..... r Negn tti. Attorni
Congress llldg., Ill N K 2nd Avenue,
Ml ml, Floi a i ii lune l v
. I-. omplainl n ill I taken
........t. .-.-..I.
il thi* llth da M 1962.
i: II LE VTHERM VN. I ilk,
Clri It C irl liadi Count rida
B) X \ HEW K I r
ity Clerk
.; | -v
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nl iTlCE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
th. undersigned, desiring to engage in
i uiuIcn lh. lltl
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY '-Vi X II I
the undersigned, ib airing t. engagi
busini ss under th. ftctitloi nami :
ll.i.KII'A PHYSICIANS WHOI.
SA LE I IRI 'G CO at 3146 I "oral a
Miami. I-1, rid Intend* li
raid name with the Clerk ol thi C
cull i "ourt "f l 'aile I !ount) Fli I H
TOBACKS GROVE PHARMAi 1. IN '.
i A flit. Corp.)
S<-U- i uvm-r
', '
NOT ICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl I
the undersign. I, desiring to engage n
li islness under the fictitloui ...
ItOHNE SPECIALTY COMPANY il
;..:. e loth AVI I I.al. ai.. I loi i......
ti nil t.. register raid nan,. :ii i i
i "lerk of thi Circuit i !oui t : Daue
Counts'. Florida.
ROGERT BRAl'N
v:i I. KOENIQ
County, and iidtr thi fictitious name of
the Count) C"Uithous. in RANE TILE AND MARBLE at L2.
|..,,l.. County, Florida, n Ih six ral- \\ 32nd Avenue, Miami. Florida, In- .,i m INVESTMENT I'O.. c i H
mdar months fi thi lati : thi lei.ds lo register raid name with the Cinder, 9200 VV Baj Harbor Iri\
first hereol >.u.l claim* clerk of the Circuit Churl ol Dade
demand* t.. contain the legal ad- Counts'. Florida.
VLPREI I il BERNAUDi
SIMON, HAYS .V 'SKI XDWERO
AUome, I..,- Applicant ( .,,.,,.. ,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N. 1T1CE IS HEREBY ISIVEN tl I
ih. undersigiu d, ill siring to i
II. flctltlouf I
w iSSoCl iTES al v
\\ ami, |. lorida inti i
tu ri '.I name with thi I
he Circiil Courl
Florid
MORTON i-r.MMIN'.s
SHEY IN, G" H M '.N & H< 'I TZM V <
\ ,.. M i \elate*
P,\ SYLVAN X HOLTZMAN
i
nt.iin the legal ail-
I lh. .lam.ant and to h. s" nl ti
... .nid pi. m. .1 i- afori said, oi -.. ran
.i ... Imi
Date \i" II 26. A I' '"-'
Flrsl publication on Ma) I, 1962.
MAX HELKANH
Ai Bxe< i'..i of the l.-.-i will and
Ti ii nt ..l
l.i HIS \l V8K IN
I leci a .1
HENRY XORTON
1106 I ;!- a) ii.. Building
Miami, FI.....la
Attnrnes :.: Exentutor
5 I-11-1K-26
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
N0.55857-C
IN RE Estate ol
JANE WARDLOW PRETTY MAN
I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 56006
IN RE Estat. '
EH1EL i.ksoWi i|ii:i:
i...-....-. .i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
I. i
You are hereb) notified and requir-
ed lo it. sent any claims and de-
mands hi. h >..ii may have against
ih,. estate ..I EH1EL LESOWODER,
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the Count) Judges of Dad
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
lb. Clt\ of Miami Beach. Florida, In-I NOTICE IS HEREBY hivt.n tl
tend to register thi said name with tin undersigned desiring ti '- '
thi Clerk of the Circuit Courl ol Dade business under thi fictitloui
County, Florida NEITCNE il VN]
i ...tiii at Mian Florida, thin
Ith day ..f Ma). 1962.
R I BINDER partner
115VIN.; in >Si FFpartnei
MIMI S 'HATZilERGpnrtni r
MARILYN HARRIS! IN |i n tner
A CDRE Y s< 'HNEIDERpartner
VLAN 15 LORBER
Attoi n. > I. r Applicant
Washington Federal Building
17"1 Meridian A\. nue
Miami Beach, Florida
:. 11-18-25-
ItAGS at -:': N W
36th A vi Ml 12, Florida, int.
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court ol Dade County,
"NEPTUNE DISTRIBUTORS, INI
A Florida I'orp.
5, 4-U-18-25
t55TJJ= T i-ocniTiiBii County, and file the same In duplicate
Ti
I
Esi ill
You ai.- hereby notified and requir-
ed t.. present an nd demands
which vou nia) have agalnsl the
estate of JANE W ARDLOVV PRET-
\l v\ ,, M iml Beach and Mi.mm
... .. Florida,
County,
i,| f,i. ,!,.. ran in duplu ate and .. -
. i in Sei tion i IM It'.. M.....la
Statuti in their offlci In the I ounty
Courthouse In l>ade County. Florida.
.thin -i\ ali ndar monl i from tne
im, of the first on hereot,
ill |m' harred .......
i ..,-. dial i rid n It"
l.iv of Vprll V.D 1962,
GEllRGE VV I. I'It KIT Y.MAN
.. i .. ul. r
Col al .; .
As i
Fli -' publli all ii ol in notice on
the Ith da) ..I May, I96S
JOSEPH C. i.aisski.
Vttornev foi Gen w. I. Prettyman,
Vdminlstrator of the Kstate
. > VV -I Street,
-,:.. Florida MO '.'',.',,.,...-,
County, Florida within six .al.ndai
month* from the time "i the flrai
publli it Ion hen ..f. ..i the samg ill
be I..H red
Dated nl Miami. Florida, this nth
da) of May. A D. 1962.
ANN \ C( IRNFIELD
Kl l: VVELLISCH
\ Executor*
VVELLISCH .\ IHU'GHERTY
A ti..i ti. ys foi Estate of
EIIIEL LESi VVODER, Dei
i- i 'ongri H illdlng
Miami, Floi i
5 IS-25, 6 l-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
th. undersigned, desiring t.....gage in
- under the fictitious name ol
VIR CONDITIONING AND HEATING
VSSOCIATES at 2035 N VV 192nd Ter-
race, Miami. Morlda, intend to register
said name with the Clerk ol the Cir-
cuit i "ourt of l tad., i 'ounty, Floi Ida.
SIDNEY ROSE
s..le ner
5 n-l\-2.'.- i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N. ITlCE is HEREBY GIVEN lhat
th, |i led, desiring to engagi In
8-23-6 l business tindi tltlous name ;
TERRY'S Vl'TO SERVICE at Bgll
Bisi in. Boulevard, Miami. Florida.
intend to reglstel said name with the
Clerk of th. Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
IAI LINK WE1NRICH
Suj N E, SSth Strei t
Miami. Florida
HOWARD R H1R8CH
Attorney for Reglstranl
mni Blsi n n. Bo ilevai .1
Mi'"'" 5 11-18-25 I l
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 55866C
IN RE Esl
Vltll VHAM GOLDSTEIN
I.. as. .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or I'emands Ag.....si Said
Kstal
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is hereby given thai
the undersigned, desirlni; in engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
ARNOLD ENGRAVERS al 1675 s vv .
iTtli Avenue, Miami. Florida,
D ..ti : said n line ith til
of the I "Ircull Courl ol Dadi i
Ida
ARNOLD NEW'M VN
Sole '" i'
KESSLER & GARS
i i-ney* for Applli
is s \\ 1st Street
:, |l-l.s-2o-6 l
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN lhat
the undersigned, desiring to engagi in
,. nim ndi : the fictitious m
AM TERRAZZO fi TILE CO. al
N x "> Street, Miami. In* nds to
'. ;,'; re'gisti i ild ii with the Cli rk ol
',',.',',! lh. ... Dad. County.
I- lorida
MEDINA TERR VZZO & TII.K IN' .
v pi Corp
VRTHl'R KARLICK
Attorne) foi Applicant
:'.lnl Blsi .i n. Blvd.
Miami. Fli rldn
mint).
VSSOC IN''
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chaplel 20722 *?."'
Fli, A \ :m.'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'.i'i ICE Is HEREBY ivi.N that
:., ilerslgncd. d.s ring l;
. mi.I, r the fictitious mill' of
\l \|;-| [ COLLECTION Vt.l'-Nl 1 at
nade County, Florida, Inti nils to I sg-
|t,.r -..id nun. with thi Clerk "I
. nil Coi rl of Dade < ounty.
1 I |.KoN ASSOCIATES, INC
. I .'.V II.
MARX FABER
Attorne) for Applicant
1812 Congress Bldg 4.n.ig. da) ol April. A D. (962.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
NOTICE UNDER
FACTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni ITlCE IS HEREBY GIVEN I
the underslgm d, di nil Ins I.....gagi In
business undi r the fii tltlous name
.- I'ARI.IGHT CHARM SCHOOL al
I S.W 1 -'Ith Stte. I, Mian
tends to ti ; n* mi II]|
. Clerk of the I "ii ill i "oui I of i adi
Y, ,i at.- hereb) notified and requlr- iunly, Florida.
,.,l in pi cseiil an) i lalms .....I de- |
mands which you ma) havi agalnsl
the esl i. ABRAHAM GOLD-
STEIN deceased lati of Dade t'ounty, notice by publication
Honda, to the Count) Judges ol Dade CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
County, and fli. th.- sain. In duplicate EVenth judicial circuit of
provided in Section^ FLOrida in and for dade
EDITH ZIPP
Sole i i" 11. I
,6 l-S
733.16,
I lorida Statuti In their offices In
ihi Counts Courthouse in Dude Coun-
i j. Florida, Ithln six i ah ndar
,. time of the flrsl
,ii,.n hi i. of. oi the same will
lie harred.
Hated al Miami. Florida, this 26th
-. ii-i-2i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
lh. -in.i. rslgm lo i a-..- I"
.in. -- undei th. I tltlous nami ;>f
MIAMI SHORES TRAVEL CENTER.
INC ai .:-'. N i: 2nd An nue Int. mis
i,, ,.'-, name With th. Clerk
., ,hi "ouri of Dad. County,
SHORES IAVE1. CENTER INi
It; italph Evi ri It, Pri sld( nt
HILL .\ I" "~
Attorne) I n Shores I ravel
""'' ""' :,/18-25,6/1-11
- :-l \- ;-.
,S.1M Amended,
,.,,. ,,; In Hie Clt) ol Miami.
, ntyol ,,,.,, s,.,,. ':;':'-
The "'' .....; N .
()| ,( i i was In tne
'r:V?.:.,.. ha here-
..... '"'"
. | herel will
hi.Mer ni in. I'" 'rl Hoi
PS '{'he,hh"

nty, I
(ClrcuK C nt s.a1;......
Bj i: M LI l'l"
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 55880- B
Iii RE: Eati.....I ,. ,,,
ORRA E GRANGER
notice'to creditors
To Ml Creditor* and Ml Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demandg Against said
K\','lr.,i. hereby notified and requlr.
,,, ., ,.,, -.nt an) claims and demands
whlcVyou mas hav, estate
... l;l;t E GRANGI <:
,,, |idp County. Florida, to ihe '"! -
judgi nl Dade County and file
. ,. dupll .in and ].i..m.i..i
in
I, I,, I-. ., irtbouse
iihin six
i -
n


in ii.ii.. County, Florida
ai.ii.ia, months from [he I line of th
......i hen I he -'""
uiii be barn .1
Hated ..t Miami. I- irlda,
f Ma) K.V '"'
,.., hel PENN1 l
\ Vdm nislral
WVLTER B LBBOWITZ
.,,,.. ni > for R......'I I' : "' ,,
reel, Mian Florida
this mi
As Executoi
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Vttorne) for Estate
lltl Alnsley Bldg.
5 18-85, 6/1-8
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
NO 52099-C
IN RE: Estate of
JASON II' ISENBERO,
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
A
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
NO 62C 4082
SMIL1E BENTON,
Plaintiff,
\ s.
IHiRA BENTON,
I ii fendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO DORA BENTON
S.i Ridge st:. t
Tuckahoe, New York
Y..U DORA BENTON, are hereb)
notified that a Bill of Complaint ror
l ilvoi
a n.i you
has bi .n filed agalnsl you.
.,.'. n quired to serve i copy
ih.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN
the undi rslgned di siring to i image In
in. ti. tiii.. i- name ..i
- w ,.. vve-
ii ue to re| Istel said
Clerk oi the J '
Courl i "tS Florida
tl i ST VTE I >E\ ELI IPM EN '
.a >i;l i iRATII >N
KOVNER S M VNNHEIMER
Attornes I ^ I: ^' ''
I., velopmenl Corporation
of your Answer or Pleading Jo th. -, ;..;
Bill" of Complaint on the Plant rrsn l- _
tornev ROBERT II TRAl RU. H .----------------------------------------
Mind duPont BulWli Miami. 1 A rftPIBtS t'
i. and file tl" v':,".'
,. |.|,.:i,,e In the nfdci nl thi I lerk
... |h, <'ir. im Court on .a befi n tne
lay Of .Inn. .
.ad.- 'ount). Floi Ida, for api
>.,,,i Final Ri and for distribution
and final dlschargi as Executrlces ol
the estate of tl above-named deci -
dent. 'Tin- "' Mav. ''" -
MILTON \ I i. KDMAN, Attorney
iili Alnsli j i
Miami 32 > loi .. .
5/11-1S-2 '-
(I ii Courl S. all
By: It. M LYMAN
11, nut) I
Hi jERT II TRAl*I
i. vif .1 i duPonl i
Miami, Florida
Vttorne) foi Plaintiff
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Educator Attacks Non Sectarian Jewish Identity
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Teuton rovmSlo- crrticied "rh
rail MMt for and by Jewish
-:~~M**y re(a>orvs orgerwza-
?>on, ippni J to *> p "':
!*" *r Jew rik e^>eeton. All
ttis conti at time *>-. en>-
Semitisan has -*oc-: tt low+st
*./* hi tKe Urrtd States."
Eves -?' tad 'mples
'.~* ..-. for a > -..-; from ".:.-..
rao for 14 year j executive di
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Tne rHMnus ?f \ not **a
9* Fe^e-i'ion t'v* Jews timo'y
floo't give enov9fi t9 me*r Fed-
-* s^i Mor do rter give
tr^u^h '? Jearita aaacatkaa,
He salad fleal iv* ?* e**ao-
.- *<- ;- ~e S'J-* s* i'*
Se'e ? a' $*" Ml lsr* *
If ;* .>! s pt>i"
Off ''<- *!# *.->e o* th pro-
pt*ts t8 '544. wf^ Israel aaa
reborn. "It t it < the 2 .000
r*'j a* w"' '-9 ->*- toe*
pJc
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using, b red i
Z that
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I .'. red -.
rector id -.<- enaOeagc He said that
re -. i--: to bow serves ot -< B-.i: B'rttk Amer-
the -.-..< -....... .-..-,.,. and the ""*: J *='*" i--n>-- !<-.:'-*;-_ ..-.
World Je Unarieaa Jewufa Congress: ill de- >-"* '' ectuaJ tad human-
,........, ,..... -- the fieidof J< lecatioe "'' emaacipal I past -
, aj important ,: the) J V** *" dlar^
.- haven I eao -. ;'4 ''
-' ;-" memben Sot mc eeal bai been forth-
. '.. -^m" Toobm : erted ming fron them for cbolar :
;< thai 'i'\ extreme i i for traininj .: b teachcri All
dob ectartaa ii ...- ':-- etpooai an ectoplasm of
hwli are u 'eaiat education Tr.- leavi ii
.' vithou t Jewish never trai
;-i- These are I .... and :"h- ^oii or a r<.ii pi
paid tor s* a en we bav< ":- ;- aki.- i
Added Toubin I could
. .. ,, and cite Hadassah, the San
Jewish rVorjhip Hour Council of Jewish Women ar.d al
mosl even '-'' i r national oi
"Whfi th Jew wt 'reed o*
the ghtto, he hd a choice o*
eontiooing hit estocietion with
the Jewijh community. When the
scientific revolution arrived, he
became more inquisitive and
used rationalism and logic to
question his religious beliefs
based on faith. When the hu-
manistic revolution came on the
scene, he found he could be
moral and good without being
Jewish."
7 r ration so that non'.- of yo i
Abrahai of Tempi) e thi evening unoffend-
1 ippeai :
Toubin concluded on
variety of J,wh
: from ul-
Other I among -ra orthodoi to ultra reform.'
"All of these pervasive p>
' Istible and ubiquitous
fad given rise I i pei
-. concluded on a positive i eietj It one in which we
th'.-m.
bold
\ magnificent
,'. -. tr.r-- ': -.-d.
Th* function of Jewish educa-
' r i< and i rtain the
vallui '-.at makes of
us one people We must end the
a Jewish child
chant the meaningless to him
Haftorah at h't Kar
^h tb< n il..... bin
10 or 12 yean '- ill Jew
W i expect him to be a
parent I cai -.:...
i-h a full tense of
Tou ired
'' ertain that
fj us with half of
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BOD BRAKE for
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In the Run-Ott?
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S. MIAMI sta s. OI>m) Hr.


the
W
oman s
World
GROVE
Hilda and Charles Gcrtlcr entertained with a large party on
Sunday night in their charming waterfront home in honor of their
25th wedding anniversary Gay lanterns lit up the patio set
w:th tables holding centerpieces of pink candles and glads with
silver haves Greet.nsj the guests were the host, the attractive
hostess, and their three lovely daughters Hilda in a chic square
nicked peau de sole of fl >ral design on white with bell skirt .
Irrepressible nine year-oil Sherry wore full white doited Swiss
with laced red corselotte Teen-aged Trudy, a junior at Miami
Beach Senior H.gh, in dark print with snug bodice and dancing
skirt Looking forward to her summer at Northwestern Univer-
sity, where she has been accepted by the school of drama ... A
member of the Thespian... Trudy is a recent state-wide winner
for her dramatic readings Third daughter, Susan, and hus-
b.ind. Peter Olin, who will make the Gertlers grandparents any-
day now Mother-to-be in red satin two-piecer in the empire
style Hovering near. Peter's mother. Mrs. Joseph Olin Rel-
atives rnjoyin'i the festivities, Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Rosenberg,
Nat and Roslyn Bruverman, and from New York, practising at-
torney. Mrs. Pauline Field. Judge Gortlcr's aunt Among the
many long time friends, the Alexander Kogans, Sylvia and Irving
Kaplan. Helen and George Greenfield.
hc -
A Mother's Day for Mrs. Sidney (Lee) Ohrbach difficult to
improve on ... A champagne party at the iluber Gallery to pre-
view the most recent paintings of son Richard A worthy can-
didate for anyone's 'best dressed list." blond Lee wore a chit-
black Riveroy Mojena catoir silk jersey with opera-length pearls
. Chatting with Gigi Reynolds Carrier, ex-model, now builder,
in sylph black Pauline Trigere original Gigi is returning to
Paris at the end of the month, where she will represent Richard
and set up several showings of his work throughout Europe .
The arti-t will remain here to continue his dual career in fine
arts and interior designing Now working on the "Town House
in West Palm Beach, and putting the finishing touches on the mag-
nificent yacht "New Horizons" Others viewing the paintings,
the Alan Cohens. Eva and Meyer Don. singer Lynn Bailey, Mr.
and Mrs. I Ohrback. who jetted in from the West Coast for the
occasion. Donald J Nardon, and Dr. and Mrs. Judd Breakstone .
Mr. and Mrs Aaron Newman, of 500 W. 49th st.. will visit with
their children on Long Island before embarking on an extended
tour of Europe and Israel .
Not only did Jacqueline (Mrs. Burt) Haft, soprano, offer a
delightful program herself at the installation luncheon of the
Ml Sinai Women's Auxiliary last Wednesday, she also presented
her three adorable daughters Lisa 8. Wendy 5. and Robin 3. in
idontical floral prints won feminine flounce, assured the doting
audience in song and gesture, "I Enjoy Being a Girl."
-
Chemical engineer, .1 -riy R. Temchin. now graduating from
Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Massachusetts, has accepte 1 I
position at Naval Propellanl Laboratories, Indian Head. Md. .
His parents are the Max Temchins, of 4850 Biltmore dr., in the
Gable; Mr. T. is president of the Minyonaires .
Joan Goldman planning to attend a summer session at North-
western University's school of music Daughter of Ruby and
Al Goldman. Joan is a junior at Miami Beach High and a member
o| the A Cappella choir .
Another going north for a summer session, "Tici" t Patricia)
Jay, whose pursuit of education will take her up to Harvard Cm
versity ... A government major at the University of Miami.
She'll be entering her junior year in the fall Rae and Paul Jay.
her parents, motoring up to pay her a visit later, then continuing
on a sightseeing vacation in the northeastern part of the country
. Rae, active in over a dozen community organizations, was
hostess last week at a dinner party in the Gigi room of the Fon-
tainebleau Guests, her co-workers in the Deeds Club, already
making elaborate plans for their annual affair, a masquerade,
in October.
HC MC HC
Tomorrow's Florence Nightingales, officers of the Future
Nurses Club of Miami Beach High, installed Sunday Mrs. Helen
Shevach. R.N.. founder in 1955. of the group sponsored by the
Dade County Medical Assn. Auxiliary, conducted the traditional
candlelight ceremony for the Ladies of the Lamp New presi
dent, Elaine Berenbaum, succeeds Glenda Shuman Sandy siegei .
is the new vice president
Members of Theta Delta, University of Miami religious hon-
orary fraternity, recognize ability when the) see it Imme-
diatel) alter Mr- Lillian Rors, principal ol Beth Am's religious
school, was initiated into the group, liiey elected her secretary
Invitations to the organization are based on scholarship and
, -;; p m ri ligious i'i] kmors .
Judge Milton A Friedman, president. District Grand Lodge
Bnaj p/rith, attended the BB international triennial convention
tii week in Washington, 1) C
. -
The Herman Katims, iong-t.me residents lure, hosted a dinner
part) rccentlj al the "GJurmet- in Hollywood Guests were
aunl Mrs. Mary Fedak. and Mollie and Al Herson, of Los
Vngele Th Hers, i s ire related to the former Beverly Katims
husband," Herbert Sturman, now residing in LA too High
I,..,, ,, ;;. evening was a long distance call to the newlyweds
u regarcs from deai friends, Linda and Dick Brickman ana
B ends and Bob Shapiro, who happened to be dming at the table
next to the Katims part) ,
Intimate group ol trends al a farewell luncheon for Mrs
Frances linn who'll be leaving soon for New York to visa with
her daughter and grandson Bruce, 9 and attend the wedding ol
, ni-c, Friday al thi home of Vvette (Mrs, Micky i Kruass.
hostess with Adrea (Mrs Harold) Sogloviti Huge pink con-
fection in the enter ... the table served as the runway tor a jet
Guftta were Mrs Charles Gertler. Mrs Betty Fmegold. Mrs
Jerry" Sugerman, Mrs. Murray Knoble. Mrs. George Block and
"Florence Mann invited th. entire clientele of her smart dress
shoppe on Arthur Godfrey rd. for cocktails and hors d'oeuvres Sat-
urday^ to celebrate with Mrs Mildred Angelus, popular reception-
ist, on her birthday.
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Miami Beach clothier. Austin Burke, returning this week from
France, where he attended the Cannes Film Festival and Di Grassi
international fash.on show.
eJewish Floridian
Miami, Florida, Friday. May 25, 1962
Section 3
At a dinner party to finalize plans for the State ol Israel din-
ner of tribute to take place Sunday evening at the Diplomat
hotel are co-chairman Leonard Rosen (left), Mrs. Rosen, and
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Weinkle. To be honored at the dinner
are Sam Blank, Samuel Friedland. Max Orovitz and Dan B.
Ruskin. Carl Weinkle is dinner chairman.
Making plans for the June 5 installation of Mrs. Leo Rutstein. Mrs. Philip F. Thau, pres-
officers of the Greater Miami chapter, Worn- ident. Mrs. Harold Thurman. Mrs. Ruben Por-
en's Division, American Society for Technion. ter, and Mrs. Meyer A. Baskin.
are (left to right) Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag.
Technion Women
Will Install
Officers June 5
Mrs Irving Lehrman will be in-
stalled as honorary pres.dent and
Mrs. Philip F. Thau as president
of the Greater Miami chapter.
Women's Division of the Ameri-
can Society for Technion.
Installation ceremonies will be
Tuesday, June 5, 11:30 a.m., at the
Fontainebleau hotel
Others to accept the responsibil-
ities of their posts from Leo Mind-
fill, executive editor of The Jewish
Floridian, who will act as install-
ing officer, are:
Mesdames Meyer A. Baskin. Nan
Cohen. Trudy Hamerschlag and
Jack Katzman. vice presidents:
Harold Thurman, recording secre-
tary; Henry J. Nelson, correspond-
ing secretary; Leo Rutstein, finan-
cial secretary; and Ruben Porter,
treasurer.
Mrs. Herman 3 Leffert. national
president of the Women's Division.
will be sponsor of the affair to
honor Mrs. Thau and her officers
and there will be no charge for the
luncheon and no solicitation ot
funds.
Invitations have already gone
cut to members of the Greal
Miami chapter.
Hostesses to greet guests will be
Mrs. Ben-Zion Ginsburg, Mrs Jen-
nie Grcssingcr. Mrs Jack Popick,
Mi> David Ponve, and Mrs. Henry
L. McCarthy
Beth Tcrah Will
Install Women
At the in xl regular meetit
the Mollie Kahaner Sisterho d on
\.> ni sdaj e< ei ing, June i>. in the
si cial hall cf Bi th Torah Temple,
Mrs Leo Abrams, program vice
i resident, will presenl a plaj.
Merrily We .Mars Along."
Th<- humorous skil depicts the
newly-elected officers "blasting
off" into an "orbit" of Sisterhood
activity.
[n addition, a candlelight in-
stallation ceremony will be held.
New slate includes Mrs Irving
Furman, president; Mrs. Leo
Abrams. Mr- Stanley Stein. Mr-
Julie Gordon, and Mrs. Ben New-
mark, vice presidents; Mrs. Ilerbie
I.ederinan, recording sccretar\ ;
Mrs. ira Scheck, financial secre-
tary; Mrs. Martin Walfish. cor-
responding secretary; Mrs. Rich-
ard Sayder, social secretary, and
Mrs. Max Horowitz, treasurer.
Among members of the planning committee for the Women's
Division, American Jewish Congress brunch at the home of
Mrs. Seymour Silverman on Monday at which the speaker
will be Rabbi Leon Kronish are (left to right) Mrs. Irving Kap
Ian, Mrs. Benjamin Kamen. Mrs. Joseph Duntov and Mrs
Morse Hirsch. Not shown are committee members, Mrs. Da
vid Muskat, chairman of membership, Mrs. Alfred Mamlet
president. Mrs. Seymour Silverman, Mrs. Irvinq Westin. Mrs
Leo Levin, Mrs. Michael Sossin. Mrs. Joseph Shawmut, and
Mrs. William Maxwell.


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vice president: and Leon Firtel
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Clubwomen Will
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Hear family, guests, cheer for
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*Jew isf Fkrkttar)
Page 3-B
'Parents Day' Fete at Both E!
Temple Menorah Sisterhood installs officers.
Seated (left to riqhP are Mesdames Lawrence
Weston. vice president of membership; Sam
Belsky. communal vice president; Ray Morse,
president; Al Schwartz, parliamentarian; Frank
Nankin, chairman of the day; Mayer Abram-
owitz, installing officer. Standing (left to right)
Mrs. Volpe Reaches for Her Own High C's
To Come Up With Summer Top' Series
are Mesdames Sally Kurman. financial secre-
tary; Jack I. Sperans, historian; Joseph Feld-
man, program vice president; Al Mechlowitz,
chaplain; Max Nyer, treasurer; Morris Lunch,
record ng secretary; and Irving Wechsler, so-
cial secretary.
Ev< r v.i nder w hat it takes t'! put
;ei ies m summertime "Pop"
concerts involving a i'.ill profes-
symphony orchestra of 62
ns, nine guesl tors,
- loists, and ten pr< i ar-
ea" to suit the tastes ol p< pular
: usi< lov rs ?
Facing this h< n ulean task i a< h
summer, single-handedly, is Marie
\ i'l| e, n anager of the L'nivi rsitj
ft Miami Summer Symphonj Or-
stra. Under her rj the
concert pn
st 11 y< an havi fa-
mii. .- ndaj i es at
for both
residents ai
dike.

only
f acini VIi
-i..-
1 .. i [ S56.8
f ten i


i by the i [Mii
lized.
1 loubt if any city in the United
Stati wl en summer code* rts are
::. can claim such a financial
lecord," says Mrs Volpe. who with
her late husband Arnold Volpe, on
June J3. 1918. also founded the fa-
mous Lew isohn Stadium I ncerts
in New York, tin firsl open success-
ful upon air symphonj concerts in
th< United States
What is the secrel to successful
summertime concerts in Miami
Beach? 'Hard work, watch.ng
every penny of expenses, and hav-
ing a l nil ersitj oi Miami and Mi-
ami Beach City. Council willing to
I port musical in this
c mmunitj." -..; Mrs. Vclpe.
Laying th groundwork for the
summer sent this year's opener
lui featuring Fabien se-
\ itzk) coi tin; and S nroma as
guest pianisl actuall] starts ear-
ly in Novell the preceding
year 'I hi what Mrs. Volpe
reachi n "high
i a stan! continuing cor-
-
til the arrive
nces,
'Are yi
conci
'Pop' concert seasoi the ques-
i on w Uu : pel a vi luminous cor-
i the na-
- Ar-
s as i
h the coi si ii
te coun-
try is gglei
thej all
i.ill into placi "Some personal
persuasion at time makes them
change other commitments," says
Mrs \ olpi ii in cheek,
l thmk you will agree that one
must really love music very much
id be willing to ? through such a
challenge from year to year." says
ilrs. Volpe. ho not only has man-
. ced the affairs of the summer
"Pops," but who has been the
guiding spin! behind the University
of Miami Symphony Orchestra for
lu past ;>;> years.
i.i si
is h: I nj ::- ial !'
y" : i Sun Ii 6 p m.. in
Dora Auj M< n All
proceeds are for the Hebrew
school.
Rabbi Solomi Si tiff will be
principal speaker Entertainment
will feature .. pr gram of songs
and humor by the n asti ol cere-
-. Mrs Trudy Halpern, fol-
lowed by community ing ol "S >i
I I. :.. Mrs
Schiff, chi. assist
'I. < ki sher dinner being spon-
sored by 25 members of tin Sis-
terhood and congregation led by
honorary ; resident Phillip Derko-
w i i /
s. p. ins on thi dinner committee
Irs Bessii
an, Mrs Jack Sh i-
: o Sisterl d president, Mrs,
Gertrude Phillips, Mr. and Mrs,
an Miller ai I Mrs Hilda Kostik
Ch : is coi regation pres-
"
Dunhp to he Speaker
Tull; F Dunlap, president of Riv.
Bank, and firsl vice presi
ent of the Florida Bankers Assn.,
\'i!l participate in the 15th annual
Bankers forum in Winter Park next
week. He will be on "Who's Sell-
ing Your Bank?" Dunlap will be
president of the Florida Bankers
Assn in 19B3.
IISTE'S
sunshine fashions
trend setter
V -^ in the
i \5T- south
SHcp Burd'ne's fcr the Soufh's widest asscrtmer .
r : s re.-. 351 in fashion and home trends.
Use ere c' our Si ish r,e Credit plans to shop the
rices- ... tc owr .-.hat you want when you want if.
Shop mc^day and fridav nighfs, mijmt. miimi beach 'til 9
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4 RECONSTRUCTIONIST CONGREGATION
11527 South Dixie Highway Miami, Fla.
FOUNDERS DINNER-DANCE AND TESTIMONIAL
to
RADBI AND MRS. MORRIS A. SKOP
on their 25th Anniversary in the Florida Rabbinate
DillDO HOTEL SATURDAY, MAY 26th, 8 P.M.
Friends welcome to join by making reservations
at CE 5-0364 or CE 5-0372
SABBATH SERVICES Fi lays 1 8:15 P.M.! Saturday! .it iC :c 4 M.
Suniland Hall. 11539 Soi.th Dixie highway
Cantoi Herman K. Gottlieb and Temple Choir.
MRS. MARK VOLPE
20 Students
To be Confirmed
Twcntj students ol Beth Torah
firmed
ay.
ie: ci Max A
i ;!l be
tic presentation,
members
nl the class directed by Mrs. Jack
Donnersti
i
Abraham J Gittelson, education
director, and Mrs Irving Seidel,
instructor. ;11 distribute the
diplomas
Theme oi study for the class has
been "The Jewish Lifefrom Birth
to Death' and each Student has'
written a thesis on a particular
aspect oi the subject as part ol
fulfillment of confirmation require-
ments
To be confirmed are Jeffrey Au-
genstein, Alan Altschuler, Anne
Bergman. Toni Donnerstag, Bar-
bara Halbrich. Luis Herman. Snei
don Hess. Susan Hlrsch. Leonard
Horowitz, Ellen Leifman, Eilene
Mandel, David New mark. Kenneth
Roland. .Martin Kudnik. Cathy
; Sandier, Joan Schaffel, Linda Sele
van. Harry Silverman, Carol Vlg-
. man and Jeffrey Wolk
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To people
Temple Sinai Has
Nursery Exercise
Final exercis for Temple
Sinai's nursery school will be held
this Friday at 10 a m when th*
children will presenl a program of
- an inder the direction
ni ihen- teacher Mrs Arthui
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Metropolitan has developed a new series >( policies cohering
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JewlsMcrldtor
Friday, May 25. 1962
Seventy Pre-Schocl Children to Receive
Graduation Diplomas from GMJCC Here
j1
af Kiryot Me Ami, ham Zallen Abraham Fraidin ''.
ity z: the G:ec:er Miami Jewish com- Peter Heller and Mr. end Mrs. N. Gorodetzer.
munity in the of Israel, to be construct- Stan li tg are Eernard Silver. Mr. and Mrs. Ben
ed under the auspices of the local Jewish Na- Silver, end Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pevzner.
tioaal Fund Council, are seated left to right, Breckiast was at the Fcntainebleau hotel
Dr. Zev Kogan. Dr. J. A. Greenhouse, Abrc-
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One o{ the most heart-warming contributions to the New Hori-
zons campaign of the 1962 Combined Jewish Appeal was this
S400 check from the residents of the Jewish Home for the Aged,
151 NE 52nd st. It's being presented to CJA chairman Cal
Kovens by Mrs. Sarah Cossik, president of the Home Residents
Council.
Beth Am Ladies
Elect Officers
Mrs. Byron Cherkas was elected
president of Temple Beth Am Sis-
terhood at a meeting Monday.
Other offi ers are vice presi-
dents, Mrs Pa il G
Fred Segal. Mrs
Mr- Mey-
er Bni:
r i Mrs.
Joseph All
. etar- V ;. -
in Mrs
irt Gar\.
Board of
rd Alper. S im .
kowitz, Henrj I arlin.
Fen Clem. M irraj Dubbin. Mar-
shall Feuer, Ivan Fishi i Fox,
Lewis Gillis, Harold Goldstein.
Robert G Idstein, Paul Ka
Jack Kamin .1 shua Segal. Ted
Marks. Robert Newman. Norton
Stgal. Sam Sherman. Stanley Well-
ies and Ida Herman.
Nominating committee included
Mesdame- Jerald Ro>en. chairman.
Mayer Brilliant. Nathan Games.
\ Paul Goodman and Melvui Levin-
sun.
Installation will be held on Sat-
j urday, June 2. at the Everglades
[ hotel. Mrs Feuer and Mrs. Clein
i are co-chairmen of the affair to
be held jointly with in.-tallation of
the Brotherhood and general
Temple membership officers.
n of officers of the Temple Judea Sisterhood look
(St week at Westbrooke Country Club. M
man (center-, chairman of the luncheon affair, c. j
successful function with Mrs. Donald Eonett Qefl
Joseph Snyder.
h Archon F< Phi Sigs
/ ned : stallation of a< VI'
.'1 111 ae members of eta
Tit. iter if Phi Sigma . "IKI
so held on T1 rs-
da: Mil ,m the Phi Si i;ma
Si* le at the Universi \ of
Mil
I "chon i' Audrey B'ir-k,
wh 1 Pr dent of Nu V >a
T.v he ' "omen's hi r iry
nl r '' She is the 'h-
I. i M-8. Arthur J
of
( IT eers are Sue Men
Gr ;ce i bon. Jaj
crel
record

i h
fir t vice
F .
irch n; Mrs Melvin Harrison, re-
ording secretary; Janet Sklow.
corresponding secretary; Mrs. Sey-
nour Kaplan, bursar; and Mrs.
Myles Eaton, who will be serving
ici third term as alumnae advisor.
'ew Camp Director
New director for Dade Heights
.w-h Congregation's Camp Judea
Herb Weinfelil, teacher at Nor-
Junior High Previously ath-
director of Greater Miami
i Community Center. Miam.
i Branch. Weinfeid has had
oi experience in chil
summer camps
I
up.
Sevent) | Wren will
itioi 1
the Gl li ': :.
i de-
pi
Mi

The
I
the i
-V. [61
- -. See thi
r v rider thi rectioi
[ Sirs Richar Upei S tl esl
PTA chairman, and Mrs Samuel
G rdon, Miami Branch PTA chair-
n. Diploma- will be presented
by Mr. St Spieler, pn sideni
: :. Mil mi YMHA Branch
Children gra luating from the
YMHA Branch are
Stephen Bretan. Suann Chin
Epsteii \ idri Gi fli n
Geffei Grabb, Lois Jai i vj
i rshai H
j ick. Sai Steii
Waks I
ff ii
.'lr- Cl rles Harri* '
>-. \ rmar vshbes Mr-- -
n, Mr- Miriam i Mrs
I i Piepei Mn Bevi
>
from the
Miami YMHA
.' > Friedm in, J il -
Walti r Gvi Ita. Robin II
el Jaffer I L- I
'. Da\ id Nabul n -k;.. Lisa
ler, Michael Soule. The teach-
es Mr-. Golda Cher-
-k> and Mrs Beatrici Kran
At the Miami Beach YMHA
ch, Robert D. Grossman, pres-
ident, will present diplomas to the
following graduates Corey Rich
; Jay Stephen Green. Guy i Fepe i
Heatter, Karen Sue Jacobs. Robin
Kopen. Henry Mechulan. I.-aac
Menda. Michael Kirk Murphy.
Caesar E. Muzzioli. Ann Randall.
Martha Rowen. David Eric Ser.
Suzanne Weinberger A special
piogram of entertainment. The
Seasons." will take place on Tues-
day. io a.m.. m the Miami Beach
Branch Auditorium. 1536 Ba\ rd.
Chairman is Mn Jeron;, J
PTA ch
I] Berks m Teaching
Mrs T. k, hi
hi r. Mil i Lai
la Meyei
Mrs Lesl
will big
theme ol
cises '- lount) \y

:
..t the L'nil i d bl I '.:
- No Miami Peach, [n
Hcr.nu.rk. presi !enl ol thi N
( >unty YMHA Branch
diplomas to Sue Ellen Apti J
Baumoehl, Bonnie Berman. i:
ler, Warren Bloch. V.
Prezm. Harriet Cooke, i
Fleisher, Daniel Gets, Kevin G
Susan Goldstein, Michael G
Bess Goodsteui, Jill Green- Jef-
frey Heilig, Jill Kahn, Chip K
man, Jody Kkinman. Del
\:ne. Brett Pavlow, Bruce Pa'
Piskin, Peter Pollack
Raskin, Janet Raskin, Mai
I. Michael Ru---
Harriet Wi
The school will also parl
in the activities of the ECD
. 'am under the i
Stanli Ti
ides Mr> Philip Ki
.i : \1.-- S I
Mrs Ruth Baron, Mrs Chai
Mrs i. ': : l< .
li
Mr- Harry Kaufman, counl
chau man, has indicate I regit
ns an no being ...
nited basis at all sen ols
Publix Opens
Store on Beach
Publix Super Markets' fir-t Mi-
ami Beach outlet, which opened re-
cently at Collins ave. and 69th St
.s its fourth Miami store and tl
78th unit in Florida.
Coming from the Biscayne Boul-
evard Public. Lin wood Majors will
be store manager, and Charles K<
ly will be market manager.
So far this year, the firm has h I
four store openings, with at lea-l
11 more units to be opened bet'
the end of 1962
ENDORSED
By Both
Papers!
tht Mxumi H*tr*li>
i Braddock is a business-
eriei i i
I
and the
training to help carry
ul We think, as ould be an asset -
i > making group.
THE MIAMI NEWS
fyke^

LEVER 12-A
N.M.Ur\
f We highly recommend Holmes
Braddock, an insurance man with a
long-time interest in school and
youth work, Mr, Braddock has been
an assistant director of student ac-
tivities at the University of Miami
and was engaged in counseling work
there. He holds a U-M masters de-
gree in education.
He is an active PTA member,
having four children in the county
school system. We think his back-
ground and temperament suit him
ideally for this responsible position.
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FriJcry. May 25. 1962
+Jew1sti rhridfatn
Page 5-B
At recent doncr luncheon of Ner Tamid Sister-
hood at the Coconut Grove Playhouse are
to rigM) Mesrinmes Irving Weinqrcii, financial
secretary; Ado'.ph Greenbaum. treasurer; Era
Rosenfeld, c :;ding secretary; Cctrlton
Blake, rccordir.a secretary; Euaene Labovitz;
Murray A. Shaw, prasiden!; Eugene Schwcrz,
donor vice president; Louis Cohon, past pres-
ident; Louis Gold, past president; Samuel
Gomberg; and Henrietta Fine, vice president
of ways and means.
Miami Beach Hadassah Installation Finds
Officers and Guests in Height of Fashion
Temple Emanu-El Players rehearse one of the lively dance
numbers which v/ill highlight their production of "My Fair
City." Scheduled for Saturday and Sunday evenings, 8:30
pm.. at Miami Beach High School Auditorium, the cast of
forty features from left) Lottie Pincus, Philip Stern. Stella Mit-
nick, Joe Serlick. choreographer. Barbara Bessey and (kneel-
ing) Reuben Levine. Proceeds will go to the Temple's relig-
ious school.
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HELP WANTED MALE
BOOKKEEPER
FULL CHARGE
\ Institutional or hospital ex-
\ perience preferred, must un-
derstand Yiddish. Excellent
future. 5-Day Week. Submit *
J resume and references. State j
E salary desired. Write Mr. S.,
Box 2973, Main Post Office,
\ Miami 1, Fla. '
MAN or WOMAN
Extra large room, private phone, no
other roomers. Near all buses. Call
9 A.M.-11 A.M. tor appt. MO 5 5936.
5731 SW 6 St. I nurse from 11 P.M.
to 7 A.M.
WOMAN WANTED TO STAY
WITH SEMI-INVALID
Prepare light meals, no cleaning.
Call UN 5-5952
Merasrid Set
Fer Lesowoder
y/ivo i nmittee of Gn
I : emorial s
: ir th el Lesowo
lay e\ rung al the Farband
ur.il Center, 842 Washington ave
I.....v odi i. who died Apr. 28.
as chairman of the Yivo
for many years, He was pre!
of the I . nd held the title of honorary pres-
ident. Hi' served in many capac-
ities and was honorary vice presi-
dent of the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation.
Participating in the services will
I i Moshe Berman, executive direc-
tor, Israel Histadrut Committee;
L< uis Schwartzman, executive di-
rector. Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion; Beryl Morrison, executive
ary of the Yivo; and Morris
Honigbaum, Yivo treasurer.
Zvi Kalisky wiii chant the tradi-
tional El Molei Rachamim.
There were two beautifully-deco-
ate' head tables for the ofl
>f the Miami Beach chapti
the leaders ol
many groups. Installation brunch
was held last Wednesday at the
with Dr. Irving Lehr-
man conducting the ceremony.
Assuming the | resi en< j ol \.
er for i set ond term. Miss
lan (In se a black
gn on white pique :
in black fi r the occasion. Her
mate! ;. and white tui
a trimmi d with a crown of black
mi ,i perfeel
- trip to Israel on
I a fi I

Cl irm in i I the day, Mr
c-ph presided in a
line frock with faci
textured
age rose
I : .:'. of the pri
' Irs Ban e Beckerman, v...
tired in lace < \ er beige nylon
with satin cummerbund and bow,
and a tiny white floral hat.
Also at the head table. Mrs
Philip Thau, in an attractive new
silk perwinkle ensemble w.th
double-breasted bolero jacket and
tiny mandarin collar completed
with matching point d'esprit ma-
line toque A past president of
the Brandeis group, now assuming
a vice presidency on the chapter
level, Mrs. Thau will be
the first president i i Or
-: imi cha| er, .
-.: lerican Te< tinioi on
Iune 5.
Sheath with bold dia]
i i and re i I c Mrs.
: : '->..:. A tin} .. t
. ...n in the shade
th i" rl \ ill -i: ofl thi
. irful an I attrac tivi cost
.'. bj Mrs. Nat Bartl I i -.
Squares in sh
and will >.'. grei n ttered
n a sleeveli ss linen i
leevi i
li ted with a ill
I
I
.: lace. Ta| -
bite and whiti h
Am Melni ik, who* ofl
the benediction.
Fashionable lemon silk with
ly pleate I skirl for Mrs
Golden topped with matching
- eater trimmed In velvet, and
high white cloche dotted with
coins. Mrs. Fred Jonas wore linen
with unusual eyelet embroidery in
orange and white and bonne: of
v. Into looped straw.
ISABEL GROVE
WIDOW DESIRES
ROOM AND BOARD
Congenial Home with Understanding
Ph. 691-4242
Add 19 Notables
To Hospital Aides
Announcement of 19 additional
nationally-known figures as niem-|
hers of the sponsors committee of
National Children's Cardiac Hospi-
tal was made this week by Leo Rob-
inson, president of the free non-
sectarian hospital devoted to diag-
nosis, research and treatment in
the Held of children's heart dis-
ease.
New members of the national
sponsors committee, in addition to
12 government officials previously
announced, include Sens. Clair
Ei.gle, Cal.; Jack R. Miller. la;
George A. Smathers, Fla.; and
GOVS. Karris Bryant, Fla.; Trice
Daniel, Tex.; J. H. Edmondson,
Okla.; Orval E. Faubus, Ark.; Will-
iam L Guy. N. D.; Albertis S. Har-
rison, Va.j F. Ray Keyer. Jr., Vt.;
j". Millard Tawes, Md.; and Norman
A. Erbe. la.
Other nationally known new mem-
bers are Thurman Arnold. Wash-
ington, D. C.; Samuel H. Daroff,
Philadelphia; Dr. David de Sola
Pool, New York; Grant G. Sim-
mons. Sr.. New York; Mrs. Robert
F. Wagner, Jr.. New York; Rudy
Vallee. New York; and Marjone
Mills, Boston.
REFINED, ATTRACTIVE
Jewish widow, without children, in
late 40'$, desires to meet a fine, re-
spectoble Jewish man with or without
children. Please call NA 1-7092.
"cantor-teacher
Choir leader, now in yearly posi-
tion, seeks chcnj.3. V/ill accept
High Holidays or yearly position
with or without teaching. Univer-
sity Conservatory of Music, and
Yeshi*ah groduate; 15 years ex-
perience in all branches. Excellent
tenor voice. Married, no children.
Reasonable salary. Write P.O. Box
521, Lakeland, Florida.
Student Luncheon
Slated Saturday
Beth Torah religious school PTA
IS having an "Out of the World"
luncheon Saturday following ser-
vices Over 100 students who have
celebrated their Bar Mitzvahs and
are continuing their Jewish educa-
tion on the high school level will
attend.
Awards will be given to winners
in contests sponsored by the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education in art
and literature, students who have
won in the Science Fair, and those
chosen Boy or Girl of the Month
at North Miami Beach Junior High.
Bar Mitzvah certificates will be
given to those who celebrated their
liar Mitzvah:, this year.
Students Will
Be Graduated
Dur.ng Friday evening services
at Temple Emanu-El. the 1962 class
of the Temple's religious school
will hoi.I graduating services.
In addition, all members of the
leaching staff in the nursery school,
kindergarten, foundation, afternoon
Hebrew, and Sunday schools will
be honored. Dr. Irving Lehrman
will officiate.
Graduates who have completed
Kve years of studies in the Hebrew
school are James Dav'd Cohen, son
af Carolyn and Ted Cohen; Murray
Howard Cohen, son of Mr. and Mrs
Herbert Cohen; Michael Herbert
Eisman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Eisman; Ira Dean Ciller, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Oilier.
Sinday Mae Harris, daughter of
Mrs. Rosalyn Harris; Peter Mark
Hockman. son of Mr. and Mrs.
.lack Hockman; Harvey Philip
Insler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Insler; Lawrence Katzen, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Katzen; Mar-
lene Susan Krovetz, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Norris Krovetz; and
David Philip Wallack, son of Mr
and Mrs. Ian Wallack.
PTA and Sisterhood will honor
the graduates at a reception in
the patio of the Temple following
the service.
Kahn is Doral
Sales Manager
Benjamin Kahn has been named
promotional sales mangare of
Miami's new $12 million Doral
hotel and Country Club, it was an-
nounced by William Brenner.
An instrument flying instructor
for four years during World War
II. Kahn came to Miami Beach
from New York City in 1947 and
held managerial or sales posts
with many hotels on the Beach.
In his new post, ho will divide
his time between developing sales
promotions and traveling the prin-
cipal cities of the United States
and Canada to promote business
lor Doral through travel agents,
airlines and railroads.
A past chancellor of Oscar
Strauss Lodge, Knights of Pythias
in New York, and a member of
tin Miami chapter. Hotel (ireotors
of America, Kahn lives with his
wife, son and daughter at 18Jl
NW 23rd ct.
GIVE Dade County
a
BREAK!
bu
BOB BRAKE
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
DISTRICT 1
ENDORSED AND RECOMMENDED BY
THE MIAMI HERALD
THE MIAMI NEWS
WEST MIAMI NEWS
DADE COUNTY FEDERATION OF LABOR
COUNTY COMMISSIONER ROBERT M. HAVERFIELD
MIAMI CITY COMMISSIONER JOSEPH X. DHM0ND, JR.
CORAL GABLES CITY COMMISSIONER JOE MURPHY
WEST MIAMI MAYOR EDMUND P. COOPER
SO. MIAMI CITY JUDGE JACK BLOCK
ROBFRT T. KELLY
,PAS1 S1AIE COMMANDER. DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS)
ALFRED AR0N0VITZ
NEPHEW i LAW PARTNER OF LATE ABE AR0N0VITZ
R3Br?T M. SILVER
(PAST STATE PRESIDENT JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE)
Bob Needs YOUR Vote in the Run-Off Election on May 29.
PULL LEVER IE
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* /^w/ Friday, May 25

f
3V
2rTS&*
' -; '- iah National Fund Council
oi Greaiei Miami meet to dii cum Kiryal v>
Ami rw n city ol Greaiei Miami tewry Ic be
- fNF v ?pcet .-. the Negev
oi Israel Al ml brealdasl meeting in
the Fontaineb >tel ere sealed .e:: :;
Bo?. Zeigmund Mr and Mrs. Aaron
Nev man ?':= Ben Ze.7rr.und. Dr. and Mrs.
rniel S:::r. fohan L Berman, and Leon
i.. president :: the INF Council here. Stand-
ng are Mr and Mn A Waldman. Mrs. Effie
:: Mrs I Smith, Mrs. Sadie B;eler, and
:....--. Press
. ...
)ack S. Popick. president of the South Florida Division of the
American Friends of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff look over Israel's historic Declar-
ation cf Independence. They served as co-chairmen of the
community-wide celebration of Israel's 14th anniversary of
.ndependence recently aboard the MS Calypso Liner.
Future Miss America, year-old Kathy Sue Gonshak. models
her first pair of water skis at a Camp Ocala water ski party
held Sunday at Crandon Park. Giving her lessons is camp
waterfront director. Marshall Jacobs. 911 IMW 196th ter.. swim-
ming coach at Norland High School. Mother. Mrs. David Gon-
shak. 8901 SW 21st ter.. smiles approvingly. Co-educational
Camp Ocala. located in Ocala National Forest, maintains
local offices in downtown Miami.
Brandeis Women
Install Officers

I my National W
(or 1962-191
L
- pres-
real
;cr.
.<-.:...... ::.
t. Mrs
Mi Mr-,
t, Mr-. Jer >me Hal-
Mrs Milton Zuckerman; re-
cording secretary, Mrs. Warren
Wit us; corresponding secretary-,
Mrs. Milton Fisher; financial sec-
retary, Mrs. Alex Phillip?; treas-
urer, Mrs. Julian Bura; chaplain,
Mrs Harold Thurman.
Board members are Mesdames
Sidney Aronov.tz. Meyer B
Albert Beer. Martin Belle, B S.
Bordman, Ben Bloom. Joseph Coh-
en. Frank Cole. Jerome Conn.
Louis Easton. Leonard Egert
And Moe Feingold. Lewis Good-
man. Sidney Gorchov, Harry Gor-
d< n. Charles Gottlieb. George
Graham. Charles Jacobson, Leon
Kaplan, Jaj Kilak, Seymour Leo-
pold. Sidne> Lewis
Also Herbert Linick, Larry P li-
ter. Henry Roman, Kervin SI
Albert Shore, Nathan Siden, Max
Stein. Sam Stark, Bernard Stevens,
Marvin Taner, Bernard Troub,
Stanley Wasman, Marvin Zucker-
man,
Nominating committee were Mrs.
Sidney Gorchov. chairman, Mrs.
Charles Gottlieb, Mrs Moe Fein-
gold, Mrs. Kervin Snafton. Mr;.
Sum Stark and Mrs Meyer Baskin.
alternate.
Camp Ocala
Now Registering
Camp Ocala, in Ocala National
Forest, 280 miles northeast of
Miami, 1- accepting enrollments
i' r its eighth camp season. Start-
ing June 25, one eight, and two
[nur-week sessions are offered.
Owner- of the camp are Leon-
aid and Robert Wollman, brothers,
both in the Dade count) -chool
system; Frankie and Ben Miller.'
vho were in charge of a camp in'
Connecticut for 30 years; and Dr.,
Theodore Struhl, local surgeon.
The camp accommodates 250!
beys and girl- from 5 to 16. on sep-
arate campuses with common mesa
Slid recreation facilities, a full-
time medical staff and a fully
equipped infirmary
Schedule includes swimming,
water skiing, canoeing and boating
under supervision of American Red
Cross certified water safety instruc-
tors, hoseback riding, arts and
crafts, ceramics, archery and
plays, campfire skits and dancing
lor teens
Winter headquarters are located
at 152 No. Bayshore dr., with a
secretary in attendance.
Miami Student Gets Top Honor at Univ. of California
At the recent instaliaton and
ward! banquet held at the Hillel
Foundation at the University ol
California in Berkeley, a Hillel
Honor Key was awarded to Carl
Sandier, son of Mr and Mr- Alfred
Sandier, of Miami.
Carl, who is doing graduate work
in physics it the L' of c. served as
chairman of the Hillel graduate
group
The Hillel Honor Key is the high-'
-I recognition which Hillel C Ul
give to students of outstanding
leadership and :<:irticipation.
The Foundation in Berkeley is
Ul der the direction of Rabbi Jos-
1 pli H Gumbiner.
B'nai B'r.th Hillel foundation
maintains services for Jewish stu-
dents at more than 240 foundations
unselorships throughout the
United State -and in several for-
Miami Hadassah
Sets 'Key Club"
h will
'.. .::. Day"
: I :;t.nir.=
Coun-

I >omen or-
riwit' '.' groups.
- a!! phases
: I i :
fund-
led bj Mrs
Hei Gilmai '' > Hone} -"
I Mr- Harry Ta\--
i :. Queei Bee >sion for pre--
\ ice pres-
: > Mrs.
1 '
"Bu^/ m memix
led b> .'.: -
II Mrs
tion b>
Mrs
ard .V ....
'
embers
the I
lilies West mining
-
Mrs S Tti ter c
1
Mr- J ..-
Society Elects
Mrs. Weiss
Mr- Edward Weiss, vice chair-
man of the local Sunland chapter.
Retarded Children's Society, has
been elected first president of the
newly formed Sunland Parent
A--.-, of the Sunland Training Cen-
ter for Retarded Children at Ft
Meyers,
Other local officers are Mr- Al
Schekman. treasurer, and Vito
Spinelli and Richard Higgins. board
member-. Dr James G Foshee
is superintendent of the Center.
The organization has been form-
er! to Drnrriote nuhlir j-toi ,.
the State School for the retarded.
Through the efforts of the Unit-
MS. NOBMAH SHOLK
Phi Sigs Hold
Joint Installation
.. Sigma sor-T/
of the '
mi Alumnae Club a:
ictive chapter las)
t Panhellenic bldg
Miami ca:
Alumnae officer- for thi
Mr- Normal-. 51
Mr- Irwir. Potash sr i \lr-
Furman. vice presidents
Melvin Harrison, r.
retary; and Mrs. Seymour Ka;
Ian, treasurer.
Beta Theta officers include Au-
Borok. president; Suellen
i...rdner, vice president. Jayn^>
Magnus, corresponding seeretan
Roberta Ro>enbloom. recordir,^
-ecretarv and Su-an .r.
bursar.
id Commercial Travelers ar. i '. I
Rabbinical Assn. of Greater M
Rabbi Bernard P. Shoter. of 5
sota, now visits the Center ar.:
conducts services on the Sabba :-.
n holtdav -
/ have been endorsed
by the following
community leaders
KENNETH OKA
WM L. PALLOT
SAM I. SILVER
PHILLIP SCHIFF
ALEX GORDON
SANFORD SWERDLIN
MURRAY H. DUBBIN
WM. D. SINGER
CHARLES FINKELSTEIN
ALBERT LEVITE
JACK KIRSCHBAUM
LEONARD J. SOLOMON
TILDEN CORENBLUM
What more can
I say
Robert L. SEARLE
CANDIDATE FOR
State Democratic Committeeman
PULL LEVER 21-A
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Friday. May 25, 1962
+Jenisti noriaTiatn
Brandeis Women
State Installation
Installation of new officers of
the Louis D. Brandeis Women's
Club will be held on Saturday even-
ing at the Workmen's Circle Hall.
25 Washington ave.
Officers for 1962-63 are Mrs liar-
ry Schuldiner. president; Mrs.
Morris Selznick. vice president.
Mrs. Lena YagoHa. recording sec-
retary; Mrs Adele Miller, treasur-
er a'nd corresponding secretary;
Mrs. Arthur Burred, chaplain;
Mrs. Anna Lennick. sunshine secre-
tary; and Mrs. William Thierman.
publicity secretary.
Members of the board of direc-
tors include Mrs. Samuel Salz-
burg, Mrs. Bertha Tepper. Mrs
Hannah Leavy and Mrs. Frieda
Dicken,
Funds raised by the club arc giv-
en to the Variety Children's Hos-
pital, to which two recovery room
stretcher beds were donated this
pas) year.
Refreshments will be served and
; program ol entertainment offer-
ed at the installation
Page 7-B
Israeli Wins Top Soviet Music Prize
Hatikvah Chapter
Berry Festitval
Hatikvah chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women will sponsor a strawberry
festival and card party on Tuesday.
June 5. at Morton Towers Social
Hall.
Mrs. Augusta Goldstein, chair-
man of the affair, said that re-
freshments will be served in the
apartments of the Misses Bertha
and Gertrude Caster. Mrs. Ruth
Kravit. and Mrs. Faye Wiener and
will be followed by cords in the
.Morton Towers Social Hall.
Co-chairmen are Mesdames Sybil
Levy, Dorothy Stern. Sophia Wein-
.-. secretary, and Sarah Levin.
treasurer.
AiRS. GEORGE GRAHAM
Temple Israel
Women's Brunch
Sisterhood "f Temple Israel of
Greater Miami held Its annual end
ii year brunch and acadenn
awards presentation Wednesdaj at
the Algiers hotel.
Mrs George A. Graham, recent-
ly installed for a second term a<
president, handed out Jennie
awards to Mrs. Lester Goldstein
Mrs Joseph Portnoy, Mrs. Armand
Brown and Mrs. Max Goldfhoff.
The trophies, named in honor of
Airs. Jennie Zeientz. honorary life
member ol the Sisterhood, arc
earned by outstanding service to
the Sisterhood.
A tribute to Cantor Jacob Born-
stein, who is celebrating his tenth
year at Temple Israel, will be giv-
en by Mrs. Joseph Bulbin. vice
president.
Mrs. Howard lllman is in
charge of arrangements.
Kislck to Open Cocoa Branch
J. I Kislak Mortgage Corp. of
Florida has opened a branch of-
fiCC in Cocoa.
"The increasing volume of real
estate activity in the Cape Canav-
eral area necessitated our placing
experienced mortgage processing
specialists directly in the bristling
e-st-ccntral part of Florida to
work directly w.th builders and
brokers there." explained Jay I.
Kislak. president of the large
mortgage banking firm.
The Kislak organization, based
in Miami, also operates branch of-
lice- in Tampa. Orlando and Pen-
saeola.
By HENRY W. LEVY
Shmuel Ashkenasi. 21-year-old
Israeli violinist who came to the
United States as a scholarsh.p stu-
dent of the America-Israel Cultural
Foundation, has just returned from
six weeks in Russia, where he took
second prize in the international
Tchaikovsky Contest tor Violin at
Moscow, Happy with the results,
which he hopes will launch him on
a successful concert career, the
young Israeli felt that he was well
treated in Russ.a. He. however.
disclaimed any real knowledge of
political affairs behind the Iron
Curtain.
He met many Jews while in Mos-
cow. Fifty to sixty percent of the
prize winner.- at the competition,
he said, were Jewish, and an even
larger percentage of the audience
that heard the competitors from all
over the world. Of one thing he was
certain; the Jews of Russia were
proud that an Israeli had achieved
second prize in the violin competi-
tion. "They all seemed to feel," he
said, "that this cultural break
through was important "
Ashkenasi, as well as the other
competitors, met Khrushchev at
the Kremlin at a reception he
gave following the completion of
the competition. The Russian
head of state impressed him as
being "friendly, in jovial humor
and quite unaffected."
As second prize winner. Ashken-
asi won 2.000 rubles, about $2,200.
ol which he was allowed to take
500 rubles out of Russia. The rest,
he spent in Russia buying gifts lor
friends in Israel and the United
States, as well as records for his
Own musical collection. "I also
used some of my money to make
phone calls to my girl friend in
^Philadelphia, and to my folks in
Israel. I never had previously felt
so free with money." he explained.
The young violinist, who began
bis studies at the age of eight in
the America-Israel Cultural Foun-
' dation's Rubin Academy of Music
in Tel Aviv, feels that his concert
career is in the offing. He expects
to spend another year studying at
the Curtis Institute ,n Philadelphia
with Efrem Zimbalist. but even
during this period he hopes to con-
cert ize
"Although I hope never to stop
learning, my formal musical edu-
cation is nearly over. In the twelve
years since I was first helped by
the America-Israel Cultural Foun-
dation. I have come a long way. I
hope 1 can justify the hopes of my
friends."
Ashkenasi has made a number
of concert appearances in this
country, the most important of
which was in 195!) in Washington,
I) c. with the National Symphony,
which opportunity came to him as
,i result of winning the Merriweath-
er Post contest sponsored by the
Washington Symphony He was
happy with the invitation of the
America-Israel Cultural Founda-
tion to send him to Israel to play
as a soloist with the Israel Phil-
harmonic Orchestra, one of the cul-
tural projects in Israel to which
tin Foundation
grants.
While in Mo: tow, the Israel
Embassy held a reception in his
honor which was one of the high-
lights of his visit. Many of his
fellcw contestants, as well at a
makes annual number of local Jewish leaders
were present.
When asked whether he felt there
> ..s any discrimination shown
Igainst him while in Russia. Ash-
kenasi said: "No. I was treated as
a musician."

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Women
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
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For Ru! nfesses that
ras in ] i a ben she got n
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Up North. Rut!
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i ith now
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ressive brows
. completi Hitting a lef<
. r .:
Ives bj travel-
As a matter of fact, thi p!e bells,
og tl I icks feel ::. are

t to return to Israel, where
their 25th wedding anniversary. The
-' '; d import ml i Popicks' life,
'"'"- aticni indicate. Ruth, incidentall] likes
ok, but inclination to be a waste especially since
-" f*mi hist about anything when they're hungry."
pi ': a charming and entertaining dinner companion.
' '' '": friends will tell you. Her humor and clever commentary-
u. toward turning what are sometimes boring dinner
>- = '" remembered evenings of fun. And quiet evenings at
these are the things that delight the Popicks most, with each
content to know that the other is in the same room, and that they are
tber
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NEWS IN A NUTSHELL
Wouldo | you think that Max A Schwartz would come home from
Acapulco' He was there right in the midst of the hurricane. Blankets
i- room like rubber ball? no elevators, no lights.
pie running about in all .:' deshabille. All tha- Max did
wsl the Hilton outside of Acapulco and let the new Hilton that
wa; ed ...
'' Day Samuel Greenfield got a card from
. ca !' r son Wfllard
r of education at Arizona
~ He is the the most
form of a letter to his late
from
iddress the
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grandchild, to 1
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to tal her m >\ ie
n Ronald
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The Governor's Mansion ii N.C., was built righl after the
War There's an official booklet that shows pictures of the house
I'nder a picture of one ol the bedrooms could be written. "Shepard
and Ruth Broad slept here." The Broads and their son. Morris, spent
a delightful weekend with their friends, Mr and Mrs. Sanford Terry
Miss Newman,
James Kaufman
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Lebanon Hospital, this week urg-
id all those who have made pledges
-n the 1961-62 campaign "to pay
as much ca.-h as pos>ible toward?
the redemption of the pledges'
"We are most grateful to our
many friends who have supf
us generously by their gifts
current campaign to complete the
upper three floors of the hospital.";
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Friday. May 25. 1962
* Jewish Fkridinin
Page 9-B
OUR wardrobe pattern is ric-
ti rmined by the way m which
( lime is spent Fashion au-
thorities can no longer suggest
attern to follow for basic
wardrobe planning, but must of-
r< i several groupings.
For the woman who spends
most of ber time at home, the
least extensive wardrobe is re-
quired. During the day, she is
usually attired either in slacks or
shorts, depending on the weather.
An often heard complaint from
businessmen and women who
stop in to see the housewife is
that she looks so sloppy
N. atness is a habit, and when
caring for young children or
cleaning a house, it is under-
standably difficult to dress like
a "fashion plate."' However, it is
just as easy to select a blouse
and shorts in which the colors
match or blend, as it is to mix
plaids and prints or colors that
clash. A few pairs of well-tailor
ed shorts or slacks, plus coordin-
ated tops, will always give you a
neat, well-groomed look.
The housewife also needs, in
addition to these casual clothe-.
.1 few basic afternoon dressi -
For the occasional shopping trip
i i luncheon, a smart linen sheath
or the classic shirtwaist in a
good-looking cotton will round
out this portion of your ward
lobe.
The majority of the balance of
this wardrobe pattern will be in
after-five dresses. Now is the
time to be feminine and at
least one soft chiffon should be
included in this part of your col-
lection. The basic black is a
must" in all wardrobe planning,
and one should also give serious
consideration to the important
fashion trends of the time. If
feathers or ruffles are in vogue,
if you feel comfortable in them
and if they are becoming to you
then they should be included
in your wardrobe.
*
THE next wardrobe grouping is
' that of the clubwoman. Her
wardrobe i.- about e ven 1 y dis-
tributed between tailored morn-
in u clothes, smart afternoon
dressi s, and her after-five col-
lection. Her afternoon wardrobe
i -.-!- mainly of silk prints and
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sorize. In Miami, where the liv-
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wear ensembles that are worn
during the morning are also worn
at night For informal entertain-
ing or visiting, thej arc the ac-
cepted mode of dress
The business or professional
woman has to plan her wardrobe
carefully. Her distribution will
be very light on both sportswear
and afternoon dresses. This wom-
an needs tailored clothes that are
basic in color and style. She us-
ually meets about the same peo-
ple every day. and so all her in-
tenuity must go into her acces-
sor) collection.
The addition of a soft chiffon
scarf, a change in accessory
color and style are some of the
things that can make or break
her wardrobe. Three or tour
pan- of different colored shoes.
along with matching handbags,
belts or jewelry, have the power
to make one basic dress appear
to be different on every wearing.
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THE country club set will find
a different balance in their
wardrobe. Flegant sports en-
sembles, many in silk, and a
wardrobe of bathing suits are im
portant. Again, we will find only
a few afternoon ensembles and
silk prints. Elegance is the key-
word for the balance of their
wardrobe. Formal dinners, coun-
try club parties and" private
soirees require magnificent fab-
ric and exquisite hand detailing.
There are many other ward-
robe groupings, among which the
woman who spends a great deal
of time in traveling is one of the
more important.
All women must be conscious
Of the basic lines that are best
for them, the colors that are
most complimentary and appro-
priate (er the occasion. Especial-
I) today, fabrics must be under-
. ;,; ordi r to gain the most
lit from our wardrobe. The
Temple League
Awards Dinner
First annual awards dinner and
('ance of the Temple League of
Miami was held Sunday at the Lu-
cerne hotel. Moie tnan 230 mem-
bers and guests attended.
Organized four years ago, the
softball league is now made up of
Hums sponsored by the Coral Way
Jewish Center. Beth David Con-
gregation. Temple Beth Am. Tem-
ple Israel. Southwest Jewish Con-
ter, Flagler-Granada Jewish Cen-
ter, B'nai B'rith. Jewish War Vet-
Temple Judea, and Temple
Zion, and comprises 12 teams.
League president. Steve Ruskin,
.ted the 1962 first ;: < tr ph)
la the Flagler Granada Jew :-k I en-
er, represented by Capt, Paul
Marks
The leajiii will run a summer
softball schedule and a new mem-
l. the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
:. ^ Center The regular win-
ti r season schedule will start in
September.
J^) irtltaaze
Shawn Kevin, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Allen Olinick. born May 14.
jut missed arriving on his moth-
er's birthday by a few hours. The
former June Lowenioai celebrates
her natal day May 15 New grand-
parent.-- are Mr. and Mrs. David
Olinick and Pearl and Harold Low-
enthal. Great-grandpticnts, Mr.
and Mrs Philip Lowenthal.
A second son for Dr. Matthew K.
i',i cker and the former Glenda
Davis. Jeffrey Randolph born May
17 in Galeslerry. Conn., where his
father is stationed with the U.S.
Navy. First born. Neil Mark, is
now 3. Grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Edward L. Becker. 2290 SW
16th In., and Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Davis, of St. Louis. Mo.
Teachers Day
Observed Here
Teachers Day, "Yum HaMnreh."
is being observed throughout the
community during the week of May
20. with celebrations and special |
programs planned in many congre- \
Rations.
The Bureau of Jewish Education
broadcast a special tribute to
teachers over WCKT. Ch. 7. on Sun-
day at 10:30 a.m.. with the coopera-
tion of the Greater Miami Rabbini-
cal As-n
The program included a pres-
entation by Rabbi Norman Shapiro.
of Beth David Congregation; a pic-
torial narration of the Life of Rabh,
Hillcl; and a panel discussion on
Jewish education led by Louis
Pchwartzman, executive director of
the Bureau, with Miss Nettie Gold-
Stein, Mrs. Ruth Harari. and Rabbi
David Ro-enfeld participating.
The Bureau will again salute
teachers on May 28 at Temple Is-
rael, when Certificates of Honor
will be distributed to all licensed
Hebrew teachers at the Bureau's
annual community graduation ex-
ercises.
Among civic and business leaders who greeted U.S. Secretary
of Health, Educat;on and Welfare Abraham Ribicoff in the re-
ceiving line at the recent Cedars of Lebanon President's Din-
ner were Mr. and Mrs. David Stuzin. Mrs. Stuzin is a former
registered nurse, and contributes several days a week work-
ing in the Cedars Recovery Room. Stuzin. president of Citizens
Federal Savings end Loan Assn., is a hospital vice president,
anda key figure in the current Cedars development campaign.
Beth Israel
Lists Activities
A story hour and play period .8
conducted every Saturday morning,
9:30 a.m.. at Beth Israel Congrega-
tion for children from 4 to 7.
An Oneg Shabbat for children of
all ages, conducted by youth lead-
ers Sandra and Bernard Lipman.
sponsored by Rabbi Stanley B.
Weiss, is held Saturday afternoons
at 3:30 p.m.
Oneg Shabbat for adults is held
at 4:30 p.m. on Saturdays
one most important rule to re-
member in your wardrobe plan-
ning is that when in doubt, sim-
plicity is always in good lasti
and in good fashion.
Three free entrance fees for the upcoming Men's Cancer
League goll tournament at Bayshore Country Club went to
the winners. Looking on is Mark Matthews. Winners were
Buckman (right), president of Palmetto Country Club, chooses
the winners. Looking en is Mark Matthews. Winners are
Harry Rabin. Jack Daner. and Sam Robbins. The Men's Can-
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vjenist FkridHciF
Friday, May 25, 1952
Candidates Seek Support in Runoff on Tuesday
Greater M.ami goes to the polls on Tuesday lo choose from amon-
candidate.- in a runoff election. Luted here are some of the hopeful.-
ir the races represented on the ballot:
Marvin Christmas
"Red" Christmas is a
for Constable in Dis-
Marvin
candidate
trict 1.
The 48-year-old Christmas is a
rtsident here 32 years He is
married, has five children, and is
a homeowner and businessman.
Christmas is past president of
the Dade Civic Ballet, former
president of the Dade County
Employees, recipient of the cour-
tesy aware1 of Ihe Dade Chamber
of Commerce, and a member of
many church, fraternal, civic and
community organizations.
If elected. Christmas pledges "to
appoint local, qualified deputies.
*ho will carry out their duties
courteously and efficient!)
Eunice Anderson
Eunice Anderson is a long-time
member on the school board, with
convict.ons her supporters label as
'"conservative."
If elected. Mrs Anderson has
vowed "to continue my record of
contribution to the work of the
bade County Board of Public In-
duction."
Mrs. Ander>on is runing county-
wide She points to her "expen-
ti.ee as a teacher, business ex-
I erience, and 25 years of service
to civic, relig.ous and welfare
groups in Dade county'" as reasons
for voter support.
Evelyn Decky
Evelyn Decky. known in Miami
Beach community affairs, is seek-
ir.g reelection as committeewoman
in District 40. She is urging "sup-
port for my candidacy" in the May
2b runoff
reward for my ten years of civic
work in this community."
Brake sa.i he will 'sincerely ap-
preciate" continued support in the
Tuesday runoff.
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Harvey H Baker
Harvey H. Baker. 435 NW 45th
ave is a candidate for inland n.i\
igation commissioner, running
county-wide
Baker has been a Miami resident
foi 35 years, and sells ship sup-
plies at 500 NW So. R.vrr dr. He
originally came here from Canada
Baktr lists his affiliations a-
Variety Club. Robert Richter Post
: Jewish War Veterans. Disabled
American Veterans. Roy Scouts,
and Flagler-Granada Jewish Com-
munity Center.
If elected. Baker promises "to
1 protect the interest of all small
1 t"at owners, and to f.ght for ex-
pansion of our inland waterways
tor more recreational facilities
i and commerce."
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Holmes Braddock
Holmes Braddock. run-off candi-
date county-wide for School Board
ii. the election on May 29. declared
this week that he believes his baefc-
ground and experience, coupled
with his program, point to him as
"the man best qualified to do the
job."
Braddock. an insurance execu-
' live, was raised in an environment
where education was an important
part of life. His mother. Mrs
Marie Braddock. is in her 38th
I year as a teacher. 16 of them in
Dade county, and another member
of his family, a retired aunt, has
. taught for 44 years in Floridathe
last 36 in Dade countv.
fi -sional planning consultant and
graduate engineer. is runing lor
a Inland Navigation Com-
: issil
Goldl ei g. wh<> owns the Baysbore
Club Botel apts at HS'.hi No. Bay-
shore dr.. has nad "extensivi 1
nee in government" an has
.erved as city manager in North
Miami-Bmi-rSnrTh Miami Beach.
Goldberg pointed out that "this
l .11 on is vital to the commercial
. i.d pleasun boat interests of
Dade county In recent years, over
eight million di II 11 have been
, in ihe area between Jack.-on-
..1, and Ft Pi< rc< Dade coun-
ty needs able representation on
this commission >o that we in this
area cai receiv* our fair share of
hist inland waterway improve
ments
James Jimmy" James
James "Jimmy James, an ad
vertising executive1 who operates
hi.< owi advertising company and
hie member of the Disabled Amer
.,..: vi 11 ran;, is a candidate for
ptni stati Committeemaii
or. May -
. bcei an active sup] U 1
,,( y ,',. 1 ".\ ities
fur over 20 years ember ol
the Dade Cour.ty Democrav. exee*
live commute* lor eight >
group chairman 01 Urou| tortW
past four year! and h- served
on the board 11 direct o| tr^
Young Democr."-
In March, James was an th.
Presidential Dinner committee
and recently was appoined b,
the Governor te the Miam sper,.
tior. space advisory committee
and to the stall safety advisory
board.
If elect< ( .'. < : s 1
program ol pol.tical education for
Hade Democrats tnat will result in
a stronger arc more, unifu I Dem-
cratic Party. ci rtifu
1 voters 1 chai pn
Contir-.td en Cage ij.g
Joint Ceremony Installs Ner Tamid
Affiliates at Friday Evening Services
Robert Peterson
An urgent appeal to registered
Republicans in District 3 to vote
00 Tuesday in the Republican pn-j
mary runoff was issued by Con-
gressional candidate Robert A.
Peterson
"The importance of beating
Claude Pepper in November should
be sufficient reason for all Repub-
licans to express their choice of a
candidate to oppose the ultra-lib-
erals and welfare-staters." Peter-
-aid
The former FBI agent explain-
ed that "conservatives of every
caliber would have to unite
against the things that Mr. Pep-
per starrs for by choosing the
best qualified candidate to op-
pese Pepper in November.
By voting on May 29 and show.
. your numerical strength, you
can show others who feel as you
(o. including many uncommitted
Democrats, that Pepper can be
eaten this fall," Peterson told Dis-
trict Three Republicans.
I'lter-on 1- a member of the
Greater Miami Crime Commission,
ner president of the Miami
Beach Rotary Club, a Shnner. for-
r president of the Miami Beach
Vssi in ex-FBI
Robert Brake
R"bert Brake this week thanked
\cters '"for your vigorous support
1 my candidacy .r, the May 8 pri-
mary."
Braddock Holds Masters' de-
gree in education from the Uni-
versity of Miami, and works ac-
tively with the schools and youth
of Dade county. He has fcur
children in Dade county t.t h,
and is active in churct. work.
Braddock advocates "an effective
teacher air' program to lift \. ^
burden of non-school activities
from the teachc. j h a
ily burdened with paper work, co
lections. PTA activities and length;,
questionnaires.
"We should give the teacher-
time to teach and the youngster.-
time to learn." Braddock said.
Braddock also feels that Dade -
schools "need a broadened voca-
I education program."
He also advocates "an expander
interscholastic competitive sports
Program, to place greater em-
phasis on such sports as basketball,
baseball, golf, swimming, tenni-
and wrestling."
Sophia Englander
Sophia Englander. wife of the
Vice Mayor of Miami Beach, has
announced her candidacy for the
"ion of Democratic state com-
rr.itteewoman representing Dade
county. Voting in Tuesday's sec
ona primary is county-wide.
Mrs Englander is president of
the Democratic Party League ol
Miami Beach. She served as cam-
rector in Miami Beach :
Ihi I960 Kennedy-Johnson ticket
lit:- platform stresses "complete
port of preside:!'. Kennedy's
Officers of the affiliate organ.za-
ins of Temple Ner Tamid were
installed at Friday evening si r
vices "1 the Temple by Rabbi Eu-
gene Labovitz. spiritual leader.
Program included tribute to
outgoing officers A plaque was
presented to Dr. Ben L Fabric.
past president oi Ner Tamid,
New pre-i ent of Temple Ner
Tamid is Murray A Shav. Other
officers installed were F/ra
Finegold, honorary president: Louis
Cohen, executive vice president:
Samuel Greenfield, Harry Lieber-
man. Morris Miretsky. vice presi-
dents; Dr Eugene J Sehwarz.
chairman of the board; Seymour J.
Horowitz, treasurer; Irving Egel,
recording secretary; Era Roscn-
field, financial secretary; Joseph
Kahn. assistant financial secretary;
and Paul H. Press, corresponding
secretary.
Board of trustees includes Frank
C>hn. Aaron Eisenstein. Adolph
Greenbaum. Samuel Greenfield.
Louis H. Hoberman. Seymour J
Horowitz. Joseph Kahn. Paul H
Press. Ezra Rosenfield. Max Ras-
kin, Joseph Silverman. Tobias Si-
mon. Lou.s Cohen. Dr Ben L. Fab-
r.i. K.:. Fine? 1 Gold,
Will am Hai 1 '- hai Rotten-
berg. Jaci I Sa| irstein I
V Shi *, Fannie
1 L Zaretsky
11| (hi advisor) 1 oard are
e. S Ibramsi n, Herman Ap-
I l< baun Sat Baker, Max Barber,
ard, Charles Bran
501 Di Kit ; > hulock, K: 1
Deutscl x T Eig, Hyman Eis-
eabaum \1 I'..\ .n Elwitt. Mrs Hen
I Fabric David Frankel, Jack
Greenberg, Louis Hirsh, Sam Jac-
obs William K. .it-. Han*) l
man, Jacob Mayblum, Bert Men
ad of, Li l i ..' .".man
Dr Frank Pi arlman, Dan Pn 1 r
Ir;. Rachl '.,< xander Ri st, 1 > r
.,!'' Ri nl a. < 1 \d! ii. r Sail liar-
1 Scl ener Hi rn an Shaw. Jack L.
Shaw Harry Sherman. Solomon
Siege 1. irvim C. Spear, Judge Louis
s. \ ock Dai Wagner. Jack Wilson,
David Wittan. Abraham Yarmark.
and Joseph Zeman.
Men's Club officers installed
were I>a!c Resent, president. Irv-
ing Egel. first vice president; Jos-
eph Silverman, second vice presi-
dent; Fred J. Deutsch, third vice
president; Louis J Gold, parlia-
Be.h 1 orah Graduates 36
Graduation exercises for 36 stu-
dents of the Beth Torah kindergar-
ten .. .. Le h Id this Thursday
in the social hall with a luncheon
i to follow in the Dunes motel.
Edythe Clement. "The Storybook
Lady was to entertain with stor-
u s
The -chool is directed by Mr-
Sidney Kay, and teachers tor the
kindergarten classes an Mr- \|.
chael Gruen and Mrs Eugene Mar
shall Th( pn ram prepares the
students for f;r-" gradi
MUMA1 SHAW
mentarian; Paul H Preas
Ing secretary Bert Menaeh i| cor>
responding secretary; N
Superstein, financial secretary; and
louis J Gold, treasurer.
Board of directors are I
Al.ramson. Louis Cohen. Frank
Cohen, Phillip b:;beshter, btttu
Eisenstein, Ad*'; h Greenbaum, Jos-
tph Galane, L<. Hobcrm^". ><:>
mow Horowitz. Bernard Lack, Sam
I earlman. Dar Piver, Ira Rachles,
i :ry Randil Max Raskin, Ir\ing
^ Spear, Mist- Wolf, and M
A. Shaw.
Also Install! i the jou.'
mom w : officer! of the S -
li.....I Mrs Murray A Sha il
ores 'ent.
program and an intensive effort in
ountyCom- support of the Medicare biil now
mission ir. District 1. In lore Congress."
Declared Brake: "Your votes]
me a si: ,<\ in 49 out Stanley Goldberg
' precinct- 11 cherished Stanley "Stan" Goldberg, a
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Page 11-3
The Courier
Doesn'l look is though there'll be the usual let-up in community
this sum r Henry Gilbert will ho-' a meeting lor the [srae
Invest rs Corporation June W, and I.I.C local diiector Many Amste
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|('ll> there I! be a fu
>y Amster
....... report on the annual mee ii g to be held in
New York approximately June 12. Leaders of ill here merle
Jacob Rifkin, Maurice Reviti and Jack S. Popick. Annual winter
visitors Sam Rethtoerj and Lou Boyar head up I-rael Investors na-
tionally. And the grapevine tells us ol .i possible hike in the dividend
rate SOOII.
Al Shrman. vice president of Mechanics Uniform Service, has
just been appointed by GOV, Farris Bryant to serve u> a member of
the Governor's Committee on Employment <>f the Handicapped in
Florida. .Miami attorney Eugene P. Speiiman has been named state
chairman, and the initial meeting of the commiUtee has been set for
Miami Beach on Fune -- and 23 Top national speakers on the subject
of promoting d vocational rehabilitaion and employment op-
portui ities f< r indicapped are on the agenda
Board Picks
Mrs. Gordon
Mrs, Ah xandi
-' lected by l G
in Realtors, as "Realtor oi the
Year" n r
Mrs. as to receive an
award at their annual Realtor*
Week luncheon at the Riviera
( ountry Club on Thursday noon
Mrs. Gordon is chairman of the
((location board for the Realtors,
i member of the Miami Board ot
Realtors, B'nai B'rith Women ot
Miami, and a Lite Guardian of Ce-
dars of Lebanon Hospital Auxiliary.
'.. ay fa Faces wen on hand at Monday night's kosher
dinner of the Bi r iu ol Jewish Education at the Fontamebleau We
were delighted I past president Sol Goldman up and around after
., -, |g ill:-, -- : imii president Joseph Cohen's acceptance speech
was riel ai I following an excellent Installation cer
ted bj Rabbi David Shapiro, newly-elected president ol the
Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn Illness in the family prevented past
president Matilda Ratner Iroin attending, but Louis Heiman, Max
Meisel and Benjamin Meyers were On hand to receive well earned
plaque: from honor an vice president Harold Thurman.
Harold, who now serves as vice president of Federation, vice
president ol the South Florida Division of the American Friends of
the Hebrew University of Jersualem, and Miami Israel Bond chair-
man, is reported!.", in line for elevation to the Federation presidency
. Bess Glasser, a cinch for election as Democratic count) commit
teewoman, and Al Sherman handled their chores as dinner chairman
and CO-dnirman with dispatch Mrs. Joseph Duntov outdid her-
geli with fitting table decorations, and Mike Baskin stepped up to
the honorary presidency.
A happy table was one from the Hebrew Academy, for Joe Cohen
is a vice president of their organization, as well as of Temple F.manu-
El. President Louis Merwitier, past president B. I. Binder, founder
Harry Genet arA troubleshooter Sam Reinhard were very much in
ividence. Sam continued his energetic effort to have all communal af-
fair- kosher Firmer Zionist president At Ossip and television execu-
tive-to-be Sid Ansin traded small talk with Ben-Zion Ginsburg and
Anna Brenner Meyers. Oscar Mamber, as usual, paced the ticket sellers.
Incoming treasu Fudge Fred Barad, and secretary Mel Frumkes
lookei resplen their tuxedos

A.l of this activity, coupled with an interesting address bj Isaac
Toubm covered "Uewhere in this edition, was in drastic contrast to
the dinner Fei.ce the better half) and 1 attended 24 hours earlier
at tin Seville The Sunday night dinner was the annual event tor
members oi the Miami chapter ol Hadassah who had earned sioo or
more donor cred Hubbies were guests of the house
Two things disturbed us and we hope we can claim the title of
a Hadassah husband inasmuch as our spouse ha- served in every
office from committee chairman to president during the past 12 years
- about the don..r linner One was the tact that at the only public
chapter social affair ol the year for man and wife, the big treat was
that there weie no speeches. Now this is understandable for organiza-
tions that have several joint business and social meetings a year,
filled with talks. But when so many of the husbands present have no
Zionist connections apart from paying their wives dues to lia.ia-ah.
a golden opportunity is missed. And even more troubling[was he
singularly, questionable taste ol the entertainment which featured the
nearly to actual;, .ff-color jokes of a night club comedian. We kno
rh.s performer well, and he has a respectable repertoire, too Instruc-
tions could and should have been given. Among hose on hand whom
We saw Shaking their heads were Sam and Came Sap.ro, Dr. Aaron
Kahan and Mrs Alice Adams, Arthur and Ti.li. Pek.lner an, nu.ner-
ous "her communitj leaders As.....aid. Hadassah''^"Plutammta
fo,- the year great The nod was fine, the twis ing was tun.
But.

,. ,,,.,..,- s iust about over, and Tuesday we trek to the
DoUs The" C. Mayor Mai Englander and Judge M.lfn
F edJan f well up in the race for Democratic state com-
mi^wom. Eu,.n. Beck and Ted Cohen's energetic campaigns fo>
county committeeman have ben pralseworthj Yes eveni this cor
respondent has hrown his hat into the ring for tate committeeman.
What is most imp rtant is that all of us vote luesda>.
The school board race, are extremely important. Moderate Him..
Braddock faces arch-conservative Eunice Anderson in a ball that
D ,oot" """ \i..,r iiin-ntfs match personable Art
will make the presentation. Architect Lester Pancoan
,,, commit- ^- weS3LS"Set -he Riverside Bant
ss avP: leu 2 ^t&^jzssx.
Share:, office space with Mai England**
Accepting the new half-ton truck donated to Mt. Sinai Hos-
pital by the Kiwanis Club of Miami Beach is Samuel Gertner,
executive director ol Mt. Sinai (far left). Seated at the wheel
is president oi Kiwanis, Clarence Gunn. Demonstrating the
space in the pickup is Mt. Sinai Hospital's trustee, Ben Kline,
who is aiso a past president of Kiwanis, and past president,
"Doc'' Baker.
Kiwanis Give Mt. Sinai Gift
Mt. Sinai Hospital this week was
the recipient of a new half-ton pick-
up truck from the Kiwanis Club of
Miami Beach.
Kiwanis presi ent. Clarence
Gunn. and secretary. -Doc'' Baker.
said that their group decided to
present Mt. Snai with the g ft as
part of their community assistance
program.
The group previously donated
funds toward the hospital's Dent-
al Clinic, and decided on the cur-
rent presenta'ion at the sugges-
tion of Ben Kline, trustee of Mt.
Sinai and past president of the
Kiwanis. Funds for the purchase
of the trcck which will be used
for maintenance and ground ser-
vice at Mt. Sinai, were raised un-
cer the chairmanship of John
Poulos.
J. Gerald Lewis, president of Mt.
Sinai Hospital, expressed the grati-
tude of the entire board of trus-
tees, stating that "in addition to
its extreme usefulness to the hos-
pital. Mt. Smai was particularly
pleased with the continued thought-
fulness of the Kiwanis Club of
Miami Beach in recognizing the im-
portance of giving assistance to
this non-profit, voluntary hospital,
in order to help it better to serve
the community."
Breakwater Hotel
Lists Features
The Breakwater hotel, at 940
Ocean dr.. offers many features
which assure maximum comfort
and enjoyable vacations to visl
tors.
Every room has outside expos-
uri. private bath and telephone,
i: ii i-. air-conditioned, as is the
lobby of the hi
A large veranda face- the beach,
and beach chairs, umbrellas an:
parking are an available without
additional cost.
Planned entertainment and weir-
er roasts are offered to guest-, an
special rate- are arranged for local
r sidents and their families.
Annual Picnic Sunday
The annual Lag B'Omer picnic
of the Hebrew and Sunday schools
of Congregation Beth El will be
held at Crandon Park on Sunday.
Tl.e group w.ll leave Beth El at
10 a.m.
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Interesting -put- programs Private champion-
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bathing at Forest Glades Pool Bowling and tennis .
Sophisticated soc.al events Nightly entertainment and
dancing (2 orchestras world-famed CANAY for Latin rhythms
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*Jewlstincrktkir
Friday. May 25, 1962
1362 graduating cla?s of the daily
mple Emanu-B are first row left
:o righ rvey Insler, Murray Coh
ack, Lawrence
and Michael Eismcn. Second row (left to
re James Cchen, Marlene Krovitz
Cindy Harris, and Ira Giller.

Graduation of Temple Judea kindergarten will
take place on Friday. Diplomas will be pre-
sented by Herbert Gelernter. Temple presi-
dent. Standing is Mrs. Nathan Selditch. teach-
er, and (left to right) are Reid Lewis, Michael
Lewis, Dale Bearman. Loren Schragger, Loren
Cohen, Paula Barkowitz, Saul Prusoff. Seated
(left to right; are Randie Wolfman, Michael
Tuch. Francine Berkowitz, Deborah Zalis, Mar-
lene Fletcher, Lynda Center, Matthew Willig.
Absent is Eliot Levin.
Florida JWY Sets
Memorial Service
Department of Florida, Jewish
War Veterans of the United States.
will hold its annual Memorial Day
services on Sunday, li a.m., at Mt.
Nebo Cemetery.
Hy M. Morris, vice commander
(or the Fourth region, and a past
department commander, is in
(barge of the program, and par-
ticipating will be the Color Guards
if all Jewish War Veteran- posts
in the South Florida area
Services will conclude with the
firing of the traditional three vol.
- by the department firing
-quad, and taps will be blown by
Albert Stuart. Michael Dresne and
Bernard Horn.
Kabbi Alfred U'axman. honorary
chaplain of the Jewish War Veter-
ans, Department of Florida, and
chaplain at the Veterans Adminis-
tration Hospital. Coral Cables, will
be in charge of the liturgical serv-
ices, with the cooperation of
the Rabbinical Assn. of Greater
Miami.
The services are open to the pub-
lic. Seats will be provided, along
with a canopy for protection agains'i
either the sun or rain.
Honor to be Speaker
Herzl Honor, education director
ol Temple Mcnorah's religious
school, will be guest speaker at
late Friday evening services in
the absence of Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz, who is attending the
World Council of Synagogues con-
vention in Jerusalem.
Patient Gifts Sinai
Free Slippers
William Cordon, of Providence.
!t I., a patient recently at Mt
Sinai Hospital, has presented the
hospital with a check for the pur-
chase of bedroom slippers for pat-
ients who come to the ho.-p.tal
without them.
Entering the hospital on an emer-
.incy. Gordon felt that he would
have enjoyed a more permanent
type of footwear than the standard
paper bedroom slipper- available
in most hospitals.
Pleased at the service he receiv-
ed during his stay. Gordon's gift
is for the purpose of adding still
aiiother item to make patients com-
fortable.
Candidates in Runoff
Continued from P$e 10-B
hatthepul
votii pla
tral books
Robert L. Searle
t L. Searli
n i : itic Comn tl

-
-I : tin his
BA degn fron
in 1961
een will t
A i the I
He
by t
I mmerci
ition he served as pn 'id 11 n
1i an I natioi ..I director in :
her groups which havi
l his leadership inclu !e the Coral
iables Rotarj Club and the D
ountj Welfare Planing Council
Mrs. Louis Glasser
ing for Dade Count} Demo-
ratic c imnutteewoman foi
cntral Miami Beach area i- Mrs
... iilasser, long lime l<
he Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity.
Mr- Glasser is a former
president of the Mt. Sinai Hospital
Auxiliary and has served a> Worn-
in's Division chairman for the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
A lite long Democrat. Mr- Glass
er was active in the campaign- for
Presidents Roosevelt. Truman and
Kennedy, and twice supported Gov.
Adlai Stevenson.
* *
Ernest C. Allen
Ernest C "Ernie"' Allen i- a
candidate for constable in District
2. Allen promises a "courteous,
prompt and efficient service" if
eled' :.
His supporters declare he is
"dedicated, experienced and qual-
ified."
Wally Gluck
Wally Gluck, president of the
Democratic Club of Miami Beach,
is a candidate for Dade county
Democratic Committeeman. He is
a raduate of B iys Huh S<
iklyn, the University oi
. and ha- attende i cow
in the Schc of Busum
ministration.
Gluck lives -.vitti nis wife, V
| daughter, Karen, at 90
Miami Beach His oth r
u dude presi lent
n al tirdi r <>t Eagle
of Loyal Ore
i ter Adverl
v rk
Sylvia Friedman
Sylvia Friedman, wife oi
Ion f riedman, presi lei I
B'i
for Den
v. mat

- I
...
ment at I
Mary Ann Mackenzie
i 'andidate for Metro ssion
in District l i~ Marj Ann M
z.e Mr- Mackenzie a
ey, business executive, and
-chool teacher.
"I am seeking this public ofl
[ol one reason onlyand that
serve you," -aid the candidate.
I have nothing personal to
i xcept the satisfaction of maku
community a better place to
live.
My past business experience.
i training, activities, and inter-
ests have equipped me with the
background needed properly and
(ficiently to fulfill the office ol
county commissioner."
Free Loan Group
To End Season
Greater Miami Hebrew Free
Loan A.-sn. will hold its final meel
inf of the reason Monday even
in Beth El Auditorium. 500 SW 17th
ave
The meeting will be a memona'
in honor of the late Louis W(
traub, a founding member of t.
group.
Also to be discussed are de-
cisions now facing the Associal
which lends money to member
tlu community without ir.ter< '
according to Isidore 8chwart2
president, and a report on the n
cent installation banquet held at
the Lombardy hotel which attract-
ed to new members and life n
hers.
L
Kirk Douglas flares up in anger when attacked without provo-
cation during a barroom brawl, in this scene from the modern
adventure drama, "Lonely are the Brave." Gena Rowlands
and Walter Matthau co-star in the action film now at the
Carib, Miami, Miracle and 163rd Street Theatres.
Sidney Diamond (left) and
Herbert Diamond, of the Dia-
mond craft and holiday nov-
elty store, 1340 NW 27th ave.,
press for candidacy of lames
W. (Jimmy) High (right) as
they climb this high lad-
der to call it to public atten-
tion. High is a candidate to
represent the City of Miami
on the Metro County Commis-
sion in the run-off election
Tuesday, May 29.
--------------------------------------------------
Dogs Start
Schooling Here
Representing top kennels at Flag-
Ler, Hollywood. Miami Beach and
Other major dog tracks, 27 grey
hound strings were to start school-
ing at the Biscayne Kennel Club on
Thursday at 7:30 p.m.
It was to be the fir-t of six nights
the lights will go on for greyhound
"classes" in preparation for the
track's summer meeting which
opens June 1. to run through Sept.
IS on the North-South Expressway
at NW 115th st.
Tote machines will be under
MTapS and the public, minors cx-
cepted, will see the longtails run
lor free."
Other schooling sessions are jet
for Friday and Saturday of this
week followed next week on Mon-
' day, Tuesday, and Wednesday.
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Friday. May 25. 1962
* *c**/c#> n*rMto+g
Page 13-B
J$ar As a gift to subscribers, The Jewish Floridian will present free
for the asking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah.
Requests should be addressed to "Corsage for You," P.O. Box
2973, Miami 1, Fla., one month in advanr Include the name
of the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and pla.e of the ceremory,
e address and telephone number. The corsage will be
. arded to you courtesy of Blackstone Flower Shops in time
( 'he occasion.
Isaac Osin
rvah of Isaac, son
. rid Mrs Albert Osin, will
(rated on Saturday morn-
26, at Congregation Beth
i Rabbi Solomon Schiff of-,
ing. >
i> an eighth grade student
\ !.i Merritt Junior High and at-
Beth El's religious school. !
>
Douglas Grenald
Douglas Lance, son of Mr. and(
Mrs Ben Grenald, 5130 Alton rd.J
will 'c Bar Mitzvah on Saturday
Ma> 26, at Tempi* Beth
Sholoro. with Rabbi Leon Kron..-h
ating.
*
Steven Rubin
ices at Temple Emanu-El on
Saturday morning, May 26. will in-
clude the Bar Mitzvah of Steven,
sen of Mr .and Mrs. Lester Rubin,
"ith Dr. Irving Lchrman officiat-
ing.
A seventh grade student at Ida
M. Fisher Junior High, the celc-
I t to right are Jack Gordon, president of Washington Fed-
eral Savings and Loan Assn., U.S. Secretary of Labor Arthur
Goldberg, and Arthur H. Courshon, chairman of the board
of Washington Federal, sponsors of the civic forum at which
Secretary Goldberg spoke.
Secretary Goldberg Tells 5,000 That
Seniors Wants to Retire With Dignity
r Secretary Arthur J. Gold-
appeared before more than
senior citizens at Miami
Auditorium on Sunday night
amplifying President Ken-
- view on Medicare, he de-
One thing -< nior citizens don't
to be is th>' involuntary sub
i charitywhether public or
The senior citizen wants
' :i e vt n!i dignity."
Miami Beach was one of 30 U.S
cites to hear a Cabinet officer
and other Washington leaders de-
li'er supporting talks on the
President's program in behalf of
the King-Anderson Bill now be-
foie Congressional committee.
The Secretary's speech was made
a civic forum sponsored by
jhington Federal Savings and
Lean Assn., which donated the
ou = itorium rental fees for the
c vening.
Washington Federal's president.
! < k i). Gordon, i- a member of
the hoard of directors of the Na-
tional Council of Senior Citizens
for Health (are Through Social Se-'
curity. I
Congressional nominee Claude
Pi pper, and Joseph Weil, regional
director of the National Council.
" spoke to the overflow crowd.
Goldberg was preceded on the
stage bj Arthur H. Courshon,'
board chairman of the Association. ,
Goldberg continued that "I am
"'roughly convinced that the|
American worker wants to earn!
and pa> for the protection be needs
laki i c of problems after his
" rking Lie. jusl as he doc, now
i.i Sei u ... in general,"
l ha\ r msibility o pro-
It for
a living," he continued "and I am
equally concerned with "hat hap-
pens to our workers after they re-
tire from the labor force.
"Not too many years ago peo-
ple thought of the 'golden years'
as a period of neglect for senior
citizens. Well, Social Security
tried to change a bit of that but
it is not perfect. There is a great
gap in the Social Security pro-
gramand that is medicare.
"Some say that this propo
,i!i-m. But since when h.i> in-
been cialism?" he sfc
imI. "The K ial Security > st< m
is an insurance system against the
hardships of the aging. The King-
rson Bill pi o\ ides mi dical
rare through th insuranci sj s-
Itm This i- what the President !.-
urging and this is \\ hat Coi n
i- going to enact
In speaking to the attentive
crowd, Weil .-aid "the AMA i> not
foi senior citizens, not for an)
thing, they are just negative and
that's not the American way."
Pepper, a firm advocate of med-
icare, said that there are 100,00(1
>eniur citizens in Dade county
alone who could benefit from Pres-
ident Kennedy's proposed medi-
care program, while Gordon de-
clared that more than 50,000 resl
dents of the county sen! petitions
to Kennedy endorsing the King-
Anderson Hill which the President
is attempting to push out of the
committee level.
Men's Club Dinner
The Men's Club of Beth Torah
lion will hold a d nner
''
I m. In cl
ii and i
Richard Lelchuk Douglas Grenald
brant is a member of the voile)
ball team and has received troph-
ies for ping-pong, tennis and shuf-
Heboard.
A reception on Sunday at the
Ritz Plaza hotel will be held in
his honor.

June Schwartz
Rabbi Mordecai Podet will of-
ficiate at the Bar Mitzvah of June
Civic League Will
Honor Lipp
Newly-elected officers of the
Civic League ol Miami Beach will
be installed on Saturday, June :i.
at the Deauville hotel.
The dinner meeting will also hon-
or retiring City Manager Morris
Lipp, who will be named by the
League as "Outstanding Man of the
Year "
Starting with cocktails at 6:30
p.m., the evening will include
dancing and entertainment.
Officers to be installed are: pres-
ident. Mart.n Smith; first vice
president, Murray Sheldon; second
vice president. Maurice (Jngar;
secretary. Rocky I'omerance; fi-
nancial secretary. Joseh Goodman;
treasurer, AI Nason.
Directors are Adrian Thai. Irving
Firtel. Dr. M. B. Cirlin. Dr. Mich-
ael Cogan. Leo Kisenstein. Harry
Erlanger, Bill Glick, Mac Gold-
berg. Chuck Hall. Wilham Kline,
Dan Levine, Al A. Rothstein, Sam
Rivkind. Jack Silverman, Michael
Sossin, Sidney Wasserman, George
Whitney. Al Zablo, Gilbert Wax-
man, John Berger. Milton Smith.
Robert Schwedel, Walter Bauer
arid Bill Copelan.
Carole Schwartz, during services
Friday evenng. May 25 at Temple
Judea.
A seventh grade honor student
at Ponce de Leon Junior High,
June is in the Art Club there, and
has Studied piano for many yi i
Mr and Mr-. Irving Schwartz,
580] ':.. ra dr il G l<
hi -' the Kiddush folli .ing
ecu ill:;.;. in : I
lei.

Richard Lelcbuk
Bar Mitzvah of Richard Harris,
i n of Mr. and Mi s, Herbert S
Lelchuk, will be observed Saturdi >
riing, Ma) 26, at B< th L:
1 on| bbi ii' rman O b-
< n will offii
Grandparents of the celebrant
; re Mr. and Mr-. Oscar C Lelchuk
and Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin Erps
Kiddush in his honor will follow
th< services.

Philip Glassman
Temple Zion will be the site of
the Bar Mitzvah of Phillip, son of
Mi. and Mrs. Irvin Glassman, and
randson of Mr. and Mrs Henry
Samovitz, on Saturday morning,
Ma) 26 Rabbi Alfred Waxman will
officiate.
A sev nth grade student at Wesl
. Junior High, Phillip plans
to continue his studies in the T< n
pli 's confirmatii iI, He iv a
member ot th< West Mil n Littli
i.' ague baseball team.
Hi- parents will host the Kid-
dush m his honor.
Rise lie Zeitzew
Riselle Frail;:, daughter of Mr,
Mr. anu Mrs. Mori is Lerner,
of 108 2nd ter., San Marino
Island, depart from New York
International Airport via El
Al Israel Airlines non-stop
jet to Tel Aviv, Israel, for a
three-week vacation. The Ler-
ners will travel throughout
Israel and then fly to Frank-
furt, Germany, to visit with
their son, Capt. Burton A. Ler-
ner. and his family. Capt.
Lerner is a physician stal
ed in G >rmany with the U.S.
1 to rerun to Mi
Bom
and Mrs. Albert Ze.tzew. 17031 NE
5ili ave.. will celebrate her Bas
Mitzvah on Friday evening. May
25, at Temple Beth Torah, with
bi Max Lipschitz officiating.
A seventh grade honor roll stu-
.' : t North Miami Beach Junior
. Riselle is also a member of
at Beth Toral
stud) jig the
. : flutl
i host the Oneg
..' in her honor.
Neil Komisarow
On Satui- ay morning, May 26.
Neil Stanley, son of Mrs, Fay*
Komisarow, will be Bar Mitzval
al Temple Ner Tamid, with Rabbi
Eugene Labovitz officiating.
Neil is a student of the Temple's
religious school and attends Nau-
tilus Junior High. He is a member
of Troop 32,1 ol the Boy Scouts, and
studies the accordion and clari-
net.
* *
Rebecca Hoodwin
Rebecca Susan, daughter of Mr
.nd Mr-. Herbert Hoodwin, will be-
Bas Mitzvah during Saturda)
sen ices, May :>;. at Beth
David Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro
'.' HI officii b
V sevent t al Key
I'-i.-c.:. tary, Rebecca is
n eml er ol the G.rl Scouts and
\ i dancing,
Her pan i Is ill host thi Oneg
at i n I rida) an I th Kiddush
[olli ii th cen mi > Saturday in
heir daughter's honor.

There is
: only one :
I WELCOME !
; WAGON I

HO years of e> nvepce
fostering good in
business a... ly
life.
For infor
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* fatter ftrrirfi^r
Friday May 25, ]%2
Pearly Gait
by Hal Pearl
LOUiS BAIDA
Advertising Unit
Elects Baida
Louis Baida. | rt -. i til of Louis
allies, has
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Assn. i:" Sc nth Florida.
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thi .: special-
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La:< a the A Ivertis-
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vants
He is a!o offiliated with Hotel
Mai til Assn Miami-
e Chamber of Commerce, Miami
h Chamber of C im mi
SI Chambi r
!'.;'en:i Vista Lions, Adver-
. "y National Assn.
Beth Jacob
Reelects Frank
At thi
meet
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GRANADA
HOTEL
1013 MERIDIAN AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
0496
opf'i ALL YEAR
SiOn p r Hjl! O'r person 2 '"", -i^-n
ALL ROOMS
3 K< IS DAILY
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EVA 4 -FR
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WONDERFUL WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT: The first "Made
d Miai Beach extravaganza f its type. "Aqua Spectacular." is hold-
- : in the Cor ention H ta> 26. Bob Maxwell, who
the ler re\ue, h hand in a numl i I
water s at ocean! nt hotels s is his lirsl move thi
summer months, touri cities including fairs ai
Practical!) all the prim es I Dade count: I
that won't be of native vintage Floridian" when it hits ih<
road will be the water used in the huge lank.
There's talk that the Fontainebleau's La Ronde room, which has
been closed to the public since last summer, will reopen with a revue-
type show, maybe something on ice, the coming summer. In the
meantime, the public, as well as the guests of the hotel, have been
cavorting ;n the colorful Bocm Boom room, where two fine musical
aggregations, that of Chero and his Del Prado orchestra and Frank
Natale Trio, have made the dancers happy with a variety of Latin
and American tunes. Z.ggy I are is emcee. The nightly show starts
at 9:30 The swank Club Gigi features Lenny Dawson's orchestra
for dinner dancing.
"Vive Les Girls" is the s evue on I Ihi
-';.:.-
s thi] 5 at ; mi i
pact Fohn and Rene Arnaul the j p of ml
i ': I r the s
inter'.'.
*
HERE AND THERE: 1 Diploma)
y enterti
-:- ighl I
ering the goll
ineni service
ler outstai is is the bt
Hotel :"
ine. I mart s
arties Thi i lador is open
s and danci During thi i I I
the delightful Gazebo room, near the ( per
lur breakfast
* *
THE SPORTS SCENE: Thi : .
theii the 1 i i

i
entity, with u eel
I .
.. ati
that n me that, for I
: \"oi Shores
for IS 1
fixture a! No]
- has tivily i
ng this week. The ol I
- :- Chico Mi -
;o an injury to his i ighl
* *
THIS WEEK'S MOVIES: "La Notti The \ English
sub-titles, make.- its local bow at thi N , exci lenl notices major cities like New York ..
The Italian-made-and-i st sere eals effectivelj will
Hides of married Life without love. Thi -hen.! treated with
extraordinary intelligence and talent by on< >i Italy's top three direc-
tors, Michelangelo Antomoni.
"Dentist in the Chair," produced by the same British outfit that
gave us "Carry on Nurse," holds over for a second week at the May-
fair and Sunset. Featuring the same cast of comedy characters as
its predecessor, "Dentist in the Chair" is another romp in modern
slapstick tricks, with similar touches of spice and smirks that iden-
tified "Carry on Nurse." The action, as the title suggests, takes
place mainly in a dentist's office, instead of a hospital, which was the
scene for "Carry on Nurse." Yocks and howls in abundance are con-
tributed by the audience, instigated by the horseplay and blushing
episodes in the dentist's office.
Kirk Douglas takes to the saddle again in 'Lonely are the Brave.
at the Carib, Miami and Miracle, and 163rd St. Theatres (his week.
However its a modern melodrama and suspense tale, set among the
sagebrush. The sheriff and his deputies beat the brush seeking jail-
breaker Douglas, chasing him in patrol cars The hem does prettj
well, considering he has the disadvantage of horseback instead of I
bucket -eat. Geena Rowland* is the girl in the drama I
* *
RESTAURANT ROW: Round-the-clock service is a feature of the
popular Cafe Jardin Suisst at Ihe Honey Plaza Yes, the -mart center
of dinmg activilj serves its variety ol delicious foods 24 hours a day,
Featuring the finest in cuisine from a snack to a full course dinner.
the new eye opener in continental service and atmosphere on the
eh. in a short while has i uill a big trade ol stead) patrons among the
try, from all set tii ns ol Dadi i unty.
Fu Manchu, the oldest and best known Chinese American restau-
rant on the Beach, offers 101 menu items, that's a fact. Now the
owner, our good friend AI Goldman, has added special preparation
ef dashes there for those on a alt-free or cholesterol-free diet. J: |(
tell your wait.ess of your specific diet, and you'li enjoy your favorite
Cartorese dishes prepared forthwith to suit your taste. Same goes
fcr orders for the hone Take out and delivery service is on tap
every day of the wek at Fu Manchu.
. d
i
" v ,ie-
Open A 45
. C* **** ******
/
MISS JONES YOUR UPPERS
ARE IN PERFECT Shape!
DENTIST
IN THE CHAIR
Starring the
' CARRY ON GANG
PEGGY CUMMINS BOB MONKHOUSE
rL^i, KENNETH CONNOR ERIC BARKER
parkway
Vj^theatre
*-t5* b3sV4-IS
Open 6 i5
INTERNATIONALLY
ACCLAIMED'
Gra-d Prize Golden
Bear Award
normandie
v!Tr. theatre
Open 1 45
6-4:4
MOTION PICTURE
LANDMARK Of OUR |
TIME-
TODAY
F
li
BREAKWATER HOTEL
Beautiful Air-Conc!::ioned Hotel Rooms and Pulmanettes
at Special Summer Rates.
TRfE PARKING NTM BtACH CHAIRS JSVD IIMbkiua:
rYfWWR ROASTS AND PlANHtD fNltKTA!*lNT
JE 1-1134 Miomi Beoch
UNIQUE!
MAGNIFIQUE!
CAFE'
s
jomc.'hi'ng new in Wiring
.
... .
Fre<
JARDIN SUISSE
honey PLAZA HOTEL J3td Street ond CotTins *nut Miami leodi JE 7 S09
f U MAWCtfU
"Chinese Food Is Best For lout'*
All our food is individually prepared. 101 outhent.e
items to choose from! If you ore on o Soft-free diet or
Cholesterol diet, specify the exclusion of salt and th
use of corn oil in your order.
You'll be pleasantly surprised. I
OPEN DAILY EOR LUNCH, DINNER on) SUPPER
FU MANCHU RESTAURANT 325 71st St., M.B.
UN 6-4303 Take Out and Delivery Serv.ce
rO
TOW'S
o4
FISH MARKET
Handsomest Seafood Restaurant
anywhere in the world!!!
LUNCHEON from BSC
Srit'.f D FH<_M 11:45 A V.
DINNER from **
**rec<.-fs' -is COCKTAIL LOUNOB Amptt
ttnc.s PHONE: P, ? / .-,-i
RaUunnt 865-8688 prem.sa
1900 N. Bay Causeway (79St Causeway) Miami Beach
A OPEN EVERY NIGHT LT2l_^____!
>70MN.jtf..^ST. f VSVffSfitl ? fk
FR 4-2655
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frjday. May 25. 1362
*- lenist fkn'Jinn
Page 15-B
bers of the reading readiness class of the Front row are Stewart Reif, Sherree Schmid-
Cranada Jewish Community Center mcyer, Debby Matza. Susan Snyder, Miriam
ool will receive diplomas ct closing Oroshnik and David Bush. Certificates will
ises :-j Center on Sunday at presented to the two kindergarten
Left to right nre (back row Jeffrey Co- classes. Melting Pot. U.S.A.," a musical les-
Neil Nin H Jason Nirenberg, Mrs. son in Ami riccn history, will be featured.
e Segal head teacher, Robert Michael, Registration is now in piogress at the school
Elki Sandy Segall, Neil Odessky. tor the 1962-63 school year.
Foe Supports
Incumbent Carter
By Special Report
KLLAHASS!
i Tallaha- i i1 essl il
Public
ii omm this week
thi lei j \\
: I
said th .
thi
,! m ui t ions \ -
id mj n \ fri
Stall of Flori I i h ho assiste i
li d for me in mj campaign
i enl prim an for Railroad
il lit L'tilitu imn Iss.oner
he past r\ eral months,
li arned a jreal deal more
Florida and about the mi
> i nf the R.uiroail and I'ub-
Utilities Commission and it- saway producer director of
li n Feeling :i- 1 do that the annual November Home
ad and Public Vt.lit.es Com- Show; George Simon, imme-
- an ini|M)rtant factor in ,
irawtb and development ol dKJt* Past president and
a, 1 am vitally Interested chairman of the Home Show
the Commission remain in the commit,ee of Miami Board of
most competent hand- available ,. .
Realtors; and Herbert Lee
: therefore, have lecded 0. n .. ..
r.e.nd vole for Jerry W.Cr Sunon' Realtors Ptesident'
reelection in th..- runoff They are formalizing agree-
' "'>" ment by which the 1962 an-
nual Home Show, set for Nov.
11 through 18. at Dinner Key
Auditorium, will be sponsor-
ed by the Miami Board of
Realtors, larges. organization
of its kind in the State of
Forida, and fourth largest in
the United States.
L EOAL NOTICF
IN II OUNTV JUDGES COL RT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLOH DA. IN PROJATE
No. 55840-A
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Left to right are John S. Gas-
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN A njD FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. ,N PROBATE
No. 5608.il.
IN RE
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I- All and Ail l*i t >!. 11., i
litg i'I.iimi- >,i I i,-m;in i- Againsl Said
Vhu .it i" t. li m II nil and i
.ui. claim* ..mi di -
ii.uids which j'ou may have .il.hu-'
''.' A Hi i|. AN N I i. I.AM i:
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h \. -t Imiii -. t I I lad* I'ounty, and til) I hi Kami
ind .i- pro\ i,i. .1 i
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA .N PROBATE
No 50947-C
IX UK HM.it.
ESTHER ii iTTI.I EH
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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I '. mandr I
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nun i may I lie against
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS lll.i:i:i:, CilVEN
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name l
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LEVY LEVEN THAI., G< ILDSTEIN
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTIPE is HEREBY GIVEN
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN rME COLNTY -L.DGES COURT
N AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO 5o^62-C
In RE
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AVENDED
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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Philip kahN n 1. have iu nl il"
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Mi~- Minnie W it
e* were m Ball m ire Hii
' in. ntfl ii> N.-ISIII.IH Fui
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
' VTIPK IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
. ned, denlrlng to stigafe In
inder the ti tit lout nam< ol
|>AST at 1 tyne Boule
tforth Miami lorMa Intend"
lei -.ml ti ,ti vs ith the I
i 'it i nit c..iit t of 1 i.i.i.- Counl i
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 5S7I9-C
\
IK\ LOI ENQEL,
i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i \ edlto. ind All Peraona Hav-
ing Plalmi in Demands Avainal Sa i
E la!
\ herel itlfled and re-
quired in i i i'ii
inn .' win- h you i iitalnat
the estai U IRY U)f i:n.;i:i..
Pounty. Flor-
da enl.-
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:i 1111 provided t I I
Klni
NOTICE L NDER '
FlCT.TIOUSNAVELAW W i 11 lend
Tlt'E IS HEREBY IilVBN thai
[to engage In hei eol
ni -- in,|. th, name of
'RITE Bl 1431.1 SI .
I i.i mi. t. .i ml
"iih tin- i rh i( the Clrcull
'i l >adi Ida.
STEVEN IRIN
i:i: j Miai
Btevei W if

ited I Miami. K i- :: \
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KMANPKI. LI VENSi \
Atton
"' His. llldg.,
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE C.RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOK DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 4465
| HELEN ItElPHEXBAI'M
i h
li.W'iP I: \sKIN and ERA.Ni i s
It VSKIX. t ..I
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SUIT FOR ACCOUNTING
Th l\VII i: VSKIX ..t,,i
ii: \\.i:s i: \skin
Aiiii- ,-s> I 'nknov. n
You H\V II- It VSKIX in.I r*H \\
PES RASKIN her-bj notified
thai i ltill ,,i i'"ini'i.i nt foi Aei'ount-
tnu' h:i- I.....ii filed ..-:.iiti-i s.-ii. and
\..ll .it I.' --; \ :, ,,['\ ,.(
inui An-.'. I'll I'iit-u to ill.- Bill
th. rim tlfl al
toi n. y, i 'i !'.sin i\ ,v i:. i|,l '\\ i irn,
In; I n, .In Road M'ami Be:n li. Klor-
Ida, and file the ..tiiUnil Answer oi
I'leailtllK in the office ol thi Pli I.
id in cull i'" irl i'ii "i befoi < rli.
i in. :": If xi
tu ,|" nn luilgmet i ef.iult will lie
t lis.n us'.-iti-.i >"ou fi! the re
ed nt i he Rill of i' implalni
Khali I*. |iiili|lsheil nm <
each reek I iinaeeiitlvi weekii
In ni K .i i:\\ i,n i 'i.i irii .| \x
I ii i\ i: \M i iRI IKKKI it Mi.nm.
Morldn, llu- I'll '> of May, \ l>
K H LEA rilEHM \X. i
|adi Poiini > I..' .1 i
.-:il. B> HELEN KESSI.KR
i i s. i "lei k
URSHi >X .v Ol il I'UmiN
<"7 Lincoln Road
Ml nm lleai li. I- In I
\ ttori ir I 'laintiff
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IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
Ft ORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 5549
THOM vs I- HANXON. ,IR .
il il i.
KLIZABI I'll KBAXPES HAXXn.N,
I i.-l.mil. in
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Ti i: li u i. i m. 11.......n
. Mm lem -. Huti hit
::7" l|..lu ,....i < 'reticent.
I ...n.i'.ii i intai i". i" i ii.fi.i
rol" ARE HEREBY KtrTIPIKO th it
ti the above i iuae, ^>"i are hereb>
. -i if .1 to aei i......p> .-f > "t.: An -
-wi-i t.. the i'"it'i'l.iiu! i"t Hivorce in
the i -nt II mi. n. HARRY Zf-
KERNIPK, 120 Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach, Florida, and file tin original
thereof in the office "f tin- Plerk of
the abo\e Pour! on or before June IS,
I ;_. it Compluint will In- tnk.-n as
..|'lll..ss.'il ll\ mi
IIATEI' Mil L'l. I9tt.
i: R LEATHERMAX, Plerk.
Plrcult Court, l>ade Pounty, Klorlda
i-.iill Bj I. SNEEPEN
I i..|iiit\ i "lerk
II VRRY Zt'KERNIPK
Vttorm > for Plaintiff
120 l in ..In Road
Miami i:.- ich, Florida
t : .. i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai
indemlgned, desiring to engage In
sa under the fictitious nanrft ..f
Tin: \ m.i. v!E PLACE, iv a
THE VILLAGE I'L M'K Bl 81 I < T n.
don i '..ni!. i .- 'i Kej Bleca) m i :
Intends t" register said nami with
ih. 'lerk of th< i 'Ircull Coui i "f I mdi
County, i- loi lila
THE VIU, MJE PLACE, IN.'.
B> : el. hard m Maraane, ii .
President
RICH \l:n M SKI'LER, Ksq
i I ii Hi.il.-.ill. l-1:i
A i ,i ii. j fi,| I'll,- \ I igi n ,. In,
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE C.RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 60C 1042O
..I PILLK M VNXIXii
Plaint it i.
\ s
PAI'L EKWARfi MANNING
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I'l I'M I. i:|i\V AIM' MANNING
Address INK Ni i\\ N
You, PAI'L EKWARII MANNINl!
it h.t.-i... ii,,t ifii ,i thai .,
.nit foi Dlvorci has been filed
ii -i you, and > mi are required tn
-I > .. o|ij nl i-oui Anaw t i I'll Mil-
tin t" the Bill of Pomplainl on the
PI ilntlfl .ii'..' ii. I'. IBIX, RI'BIX
v SALMI X, 'I Industrial Nal i
it.iiik I 12, |-|. .
ii'. I I" I Ig.....1 VllMVel in I
ii Hi. office of the Plerk of tl Cli
ni I'.'tin "ii ur liefon the 22nd da)
,.f June, :'.- if ...ii fall i.. dn
hi h) default III In
against thi ellei dwrnnnded
in Hi.- Bill of .'..ni].!.,
This ti i. -li.il I" published oni
I ...i li ei k tor four const k-
! in THE JEWISH I'!.' IKIIH w
DONE AND ORDERED .,t Ml.inn.
I- loi i.i... tin- >t|, da> oi Ma> \ I
i: n LE VTHERM \.N i
I indi i 'nuni
B) HELEN K KSSLKR
hi Plerk
TOBIN, RIBIN ,\ S VI.Ml >N
I I in I us i S ii
M .: Florida
An... K fi i' tlfl
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY,
No 62C 5233
. 'Kill. KlIiE.NK Ml IBS
PI ilntlff,
. -
Bl PKY P i:i.i:s
I.. t.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I RBPK\ >' RttES, ;.' VI ,
Street Tlpton India h i i hi
notified that ,i Bill of i "omu aim
Divorce li;i- lieen filed against you,
.i inI you an quiri .it- servi
f your Answei t" ihi Rill t i 'nm -
nt ..it thi i" tlfl \
lakl.-) i; Sum h. Il N W 1st v
I ii m ii i : ,i.i .m.i ni. thi oi
Inal vii-".i it. ti.....fin ol ih. i 'lerk
,'t lli.. i'ii. ill i '..in : ..ti r befol I hi
I I -Hi da) ..f June, \>:. li you fall
in do Ign enl bj d. fault ill bi
taken agalnsl y> m foi I he rellel de-
manded in th. i: ol Complaint
DONE Wl' ORDERED .. Ml
Klorlda. this I lili da> ..f Ma). 1*62
E l LE \ fll ERM \N. i I. ik.
Plrcult P.nirl, l*ade Pounty, Florida
' .:. Bj HELEN K i;s.-i.i'i:
I leputj Plerk
:. Iv-.'.'.. k i -x
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOCIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 5247
P \ Y E K t!AIN I: Y
Plaintiff,
vi
JAMES r GAINET,
I i.i.inliiiit
NOTICE TO DEFEND
Ti James l i: ilm >
'i Boulevard Road
lei South Ca ...hi..
Yor \l:i: HEREBY Ni mi IKH
i bill ol omplalul har
.i.ii anil you ari :. .1 to
-'II' II I-OPJ "I V "III II ll-V* ..
detenslvi plead ingi. Ihereto uimn
lilainl ii. > Rl'ilKNK I.K.M
l.l.'H ".I s, i bold l: :': tig Ml mn.
file thi "i --'it .il thi
ui Hi,- i '1......i ih. 'li i:. ol thi ii
..ii befon the lath daj
i i,. ,. pro .
twill be .-itt.-i ed againal you
I \ I'lTi i ti is. 1 Itli iln> ..I Mm IS6t
I' H LEATHERM v\ I
I'inuit i'i.iiii i'.,,i, i'..nut.. Florida
-. ..ii Bj HELEN K ESKLER
Depul | Clerk
. .
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nl ''I'l' 'i: IS II Kit Kin III VEX
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ti. mi
M /.i PI'ARI mi
III It OWYNN
Soli ttwt
S VRD KIMP.ALL
\ .- <.'i Miami
- I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 4767
MARG VRET DO.NAHI I.,
Plaintiff,
\ >
LAWRENCE \ I 'NAHI'E,
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO I. -\v RENPE \ I" iXAHCE
Bi >
Elban, Pi nnaj Ivanla
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Friday. May 25, 1962 • lfwi*lh norktt&r) Page 3-A / f [ Carl Weinkle, chairman cf the State of Israel Dinner of Tribute, welcomes Leonard Rcsen, community leader, as his cochairman ioi the even* climaxing Greater Miami's celebration of Israel's :4th anniversary, honoring Sam Blank, Sam Friedland. Max Orovitz and Dan B. Ruskin. The May 27 dinner will be held al the Diplomat hotel under the auspices of the Greater Israel Bend Organization. (See story, Pgs. 1 and 11-A.) i Federation Plans Annual Dinner Here June 16 Arum! diner of the Greater Miami 1 .r wish Fed* ration will be held .1 me 16 in the Duponl Plaza hotel. cording n A. J. Harris, president. Ten officers and some 150 members of th< board of governors will be elected by members at the meeting, Hi rris said. The executive committe* lias elected Sam C. Lcvenson ti head the nomuij rommitte< %  ich will present a -,. ,, al the annual dinner. Serving %  %  •' Levenson on th< i imnutte %  • S Inej Farr. Da' • Htsman. Judge lr* ing Cypen, Leo Kisenstein Mrs, ^aron Far'-. Da^ i Fleema Mar-hall Harris, Jay Kislak, B< i Meyers, and Fred K. Miochet Memorial Services Friday Marry H (uhvn Post, SurfsideBay Harbor JWV, will hold memrial service! Friday evening a: I*er Tamid DOG RACING EVERY NiGUT EXCEPT SUNDAY Dr. Schwartz WH! Head UM Dep't. Dr Kessel Schwartz, chairman of the Department ot Modern Lanages at the University of Arkansas since 1957, has been appointed to the same post at the University l Miami. Dr. C Doren Tharp. I'M vice president for academic affairs and di an of faculties, said Dr. Schwartz will assume his duties as chairman and professor of Spanish Sept. 1. Hi' succeeds Dr. Melanie Rosborcugh, who accepted the appointment on an interim basis and will row return to teaching German full-time. Dr. Schwartz. 42. earned his Master of Arts degree at the University ol Missouri and PhD at Columbia. He is the author of numerous articles and books, including "History of Spanish Literature." published last year by the Louisiana Siate University Press. Jewish Leaders Mee.I Ll-jsk Cl il U "d from PI~Q 1 A tci! Affairs George MeGha9 an: Assistant Sec-p'ary of Stats ; fcr Near Eat tern Affairs Philipp; fatbjt. Path ;sit were dasc-ibea as "courtesy calls." Tne Israeli off cial is :i the United S*a?'s in f?rr-ection with the bonds for Israel campaign. Meanwh ie Sen. Kenneth Keating, New York Rep ihlican, sharp' ly criticized the Washington Administration's "nev ruced-up pi1 ram ol aid to Nasser" as "a .. 1 gerous : recedi nt," in an ad.-'.i ss her< Sund j 1 lit bef ire the National Committee for the Furtherance of Jewish Education Calling attention to the fact that he haasked the State Department to explain, the new policies of aid 10 Egypt, he declared that the answers he received from the State Department are "astonishing in their short-sightedness and in their tendency to accept at face value whatever the Arabs chose to say." The Slate Department, he charged, has given "no hint of the fact thai Israel has replaced Palestine in 1 the Middle East," and accepted the Arab protestations that their military posture vis-a-vis Israel is defensive." "1 have tried to discover," he said, "what guarantees we have demanded to make sure that none cf our increased aid to Nasser. which may amount to S180.000.000 1 this year, is used for increased armaments. anti-Western propaganda or economic warfare. Apparently there has been none." He advocate.! passage of an amendment to the U.S. Foreign Aid Bill "to require that we establish priorities in our foreign aid program, and that we do insist on guarantees that United States aid will not be used, directly, or indirectly, to step up military spending or hatemongering propaganda." A first look at Kiryat Me Ami. the Israel city named after Miami, will be made by Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, president of the Southeastern region of the Jewish National Fund, who left for Israel last week. Rabbi Abramowitz will confer with Israel Government officials during his stay there. Arrangements will also be completed for the Jewish National Fund Dedication Pilgrimage on Oct. 18. On that date, leading Jews of Greater Miami will leave via El Al Airlines for Israel. A specially chartered plane is being supplied for the group. Capt. Leo Gardner, district manager of the airlines here, will supervise the trip. Photo shows Rabbi Abramowitz pointing out the location of the new city to (left to right) Zev Kogan, Miami Beach attorney, and counsel to the Jewish National Fund, and Leon J. Ell, president of the Greater Miami Jewish National Fund Council. Rabbi Abramowitz will return in July. Dade Federal Officer Wins "How Savings and Loan Associa-, tions Contribute to the American 1 Community" was thoroughly discussed at the annual speech con%  test sponsored by the Southeastern| chapter of the American Saving'! and Loan Institute last week. Winners in the contest, held at the Home Federal Civic Hall. Hallandale, were all employees of Dade Federal Savings and Loan Assn.,, Miami, dene Colley. Vivian Striphng. and Bruce Tissot. who each gave five-minute addresses an the theme subject, walked off with first, second and third place trophies, respectively. First place winner. Gene Colley, an assistant cashier and officer of Dade Federal, is now eligible to attend the regional meeting. If successful there, he will then compete at the national U.S. Savings and Loan League convention to be held in Washington. D.C., in November. %  •*' R Your Builder is a specialist ^^/JJ .< %  %  HO MINORS iDOGrfiAOCCf 320 ''" //5 th St. June 1Sept. 15 <$%&. INSURED SAVINGS • LOW COST HOME LOANS Current Dividend Rate on Savings PAID AND • COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY Dade Federal Ever watch a home under construction? Then you have some idea of the thousand-and-one details with which the builder is faced. Materials and workmen must be coordinated, specifications have to be met. plans checked and re-checked. 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* Unnf Fkrriiir %  *2 Rah Unpreoare^ t for 'Rush' to Synagogues i i • i.. %  -. %  -. • < %  : %  ues • %  %  i • • • %  %  • • %  > %  %  %  • • • 1 .. ., ..... I •. ... i mtoun&ei by wtt tern %  % %  ......... %  £••-.••*-T te Rabbi Senf tnamo'ed of '• prater* camptign to ettab1 • •• I -vj' educational formula f*r KM worU "Education canrrjf t* noutral," h ||U, "and any vuth attempt would have to t a compromise of several trends of Judaitm, and there &f '.%  'nevtrel We want everyone to a/prets hit point of view, n4 we will articulate ourt. What want i our char.ce o try to create ojr ntion of a human beinfl alon^tida the attempt by • : f I %  I '" %  %  %  %  •' % %  : : < to m, V'• %  %  relij n the | %  tisn hM HI He thei • • %  and A • %  '' The Atiembly pretident praitd me Supreme Court's decision or rear-potionment at a "landmark in the conttitutional hi*l*ry of America" and regretted • %  %  %  %  ------•... ..j. •;•'• • I .... %  %  %  man of tJ Boat | %  • I I %  .• • ten :.zi• %  real u • I r.bu... %  Loi "Today, we *r t spared any probability of reliving thit emotional conflict For our present advertaries have renounced the Creator. The, have ruthlessly Mf out to destroy every religious %  'nst.net in their own people and others, reeognmng m#t ^ do£ tnnes of Cod and their own imPlacable dogma of man as the vervice tool of the State are ut"•fly incompatible." Jo ^yUo wlO/IOi' I our I ._ %  %  %  Sunday Vs. 27 "";. al 11 II c — rlcuni v^ Tew Ln-inc/c.ru A Weekend of Golf_ Plus 3 DAYS 2 NIGHTS (par ptrte*, •MMl v:-..?lficy — Mof HI roomtj Incleeea unlimited free (off -2 brealcfitti .nd 2 dinner, MM MtlrFrldax-Lta.e Ittt Sunday Your bwutrfu! Htf-i? V TO UNLOCK IT Ec.* s rha 3—;.-• z : -c-e.:. -a-e :;:; up :,• -c — e wJ.e v .:. -:• set • :as.-'esi .ew te • :%  house :.• thare 's ~^. te .---, .£ 0 f #fl | U brtantii s.-= -se to rr ice •:_• -: — -cec :e -:to •* WASNSTON ^ErE-A 6 -•--•-: ,:. 1 r • mortgage and glva .:. .:.• ca$('-', to expand and mode—'na •:-kome. The idded -a .? -= comfort .:.homi e tafegwardt .:.• es-~t. and a v. *,SH NSTON FEDERAL aconemiea home oa -eept mortgage payments t :t : : .;.edge*. We-t 0 %  -:more. Ce our Mortgage Loan Departr-^--. O ur x -'e-="/, CC.-T50US peop'e wi I ce c'ad *o give you comp'.'e information. No red face. No obligation. WASHINGTON W FEDERAL '->• C5 -.-'. lOiH ASSOCIAT'OM C : %  (Ml IfACI :::: Mei -. a-A.e.;:;4 .',3;.•:a. v 11133 NomanoV Dr. JE 8-8452 699 N.E. 1670i ;:.. 945-7675 JACK 0 6OI0ON AITHU* H COWISHOH Oil 11 tlm%tmA !• Iw1 (aaat, • nM • JAcksoa 4-4077 Hom$ oftht $50,000 Dora! Optn < WATFDUCinu T.kiE ic ucnci > %  >" i i HOTBL AND COUNTRY CLUB •at on 2400 acre? at MIAMI, FLORIDA Doral is also open for non-guests greens feest S7.50 Call Miami: TU 8-3600 WATERMELON TiME IS HERE! ENJOY ICE-COLD SLICES AT OUR TABLES ... OR TAKE OUT ALSO HALVES AND WHOLE : SH/7r>€R Wy-y \ n 4PHONC IN TOUR OBDIBS FR 4-2710 8783 1789 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD Wo Pack 'em Rita Hera! l Opaa Dolly a Sua. 9 A.M. %  10 f.M 1888—J— f v> v) <> ^> <> 0 % 0 > 0



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Friday. May 25, 1962 +Jenisti noriaTiatn Brandeis Women State Installation Installation of new officers of the Louis D. Brandeis Women's Club will be held on Saturday evening at the Workmen's Circle Hall. 25 Washington ave. Officers for 1962-63 are Mrs liarry Schuldiner. president; Mrs. Morris Selznick. vice president. Mrs. Lena YagoHa. recording secretary; Mrs Adele Miller, treasurer a'nd corresponding secretary; Mrs. Arthur Burred, chaplain; Mrs. Anna Lennick. sunshine secretary; and Mrs. William Thierman. publicity secretary. Members of the board of directors include Mrs. Samuel Salzburg, Mrs. Bertha Tepper. Mrs Hannah Leavy and Mrs. Frieda Dicken, Funds raised by the club arc given to the Variety Children's Hospital, to which two recovery room stretcher beds were donated this pas) year. Refreshments will be served and ; program ol entertainment offered at the installation Page 7-B Israeli Wins Top Soviet Music Prize Hatikvah Chapter Berry Festitval Hatikvah chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will sponsor a strawberry festival and card party on Tuesday. June 5. at Morton Towers Social Hall. Mrs. Augusta Goldstein, chairman of the affair, said that refreshments will be served in the apartments of the Misses Bertha and Gertrude Caster. Mrs. Ruth Kravit. and Mrs. Faye Wiener and will be followed by cords in the .Morton Towers Social Hall. Co-chairmen are Mesdames Sybil Levy, Dorothy Stern. Sophia Wein.-. secretary, and Sarah Levin. treasurer. AiRS. GEORGE GRAHAM Temple Israel Women's Brunch Sisterhood "f Temple Israel of Greater Miami held Its annual end ii year brunch and acadenn awards presentation Wednesdaj at the Algiers hotel. Mrs George A. Graham, recently installed for a second term a< president, handed out Jennie awards to Mrs. Lester Goldstein Mrs Joseph Portnoy, Mrs. Armand Brown and Mrs. Max Goldfhoff. The trophies, named in honor of Airs. Jennie Zeientz. honorary life member ol the Sisterhood, arc earned by outstanding service to the Sisterhood. A tribute to Cantor Jacob Bornstein, who is celebrating his tenth year at Temple Israel, will be given by Mrs. Joseph Bulbin. vice president. Mrs. Howard lllman is in charge of arrangements. Kislck to Open Cocoa Branch J. I Kislak Mortgage Corp. of Florida has opened a branch offiCC in Cocoa. "The increasing volume of real estate activity in the Cape Canaveral area necessitated our placing experienced mortgage processing specialists directly in the bristling e-st-ccntral part of Florida to work directly w.th builders and brokers there." explained Jay I. Kislak. president of the large mortgage banking firm. The Kislak organization, based in Miami, also operates branch oflicein Tampa. Orlando and Pensaeola. By HENRY W. LEVY Shmuel Ashkenasi. 21-year-old Israeli violinist who came to the United States as a scholarsh.p student of the America-Israel Cultural Foundation, has just returned from six weeks in Russia, where he took second prize in the international Tchaikovsky Contest tor Violin at Moscow, Happy with the results, which he hopes will launch him on a successful concert career, the young Israeli felt that he was well treated in Russ.a. He. however. disclaimed any real knowledge of political affairs behind the Iron Curtain. He met many Jews while in Moscow. Fifty to sixty percent of the prize winner.at the competition, he said, were Jewish, and an even larger percentage of the audience that heard the competitors from all over the world. Of one thing he was certain; the Jews of Russia were proud that an Israeli had achieved second prize in the violin competition. "They all seemed to feel," he said, "that this cultural break through was important Ashkenasi, as well as the other competitors, met Khrushchev at the Kremlin at a reception he gave following the completion of the competition. The Russian head of state impressed him as being "friendly, in jovial humor and quite unaffected." As second prize winner. Ashkenasi won 2.000 rubles, about $2,200. ol which he was allowed to take 500 rubles out of Russia. The rest, he spent in Russia buying gifts lor friends in Israel and the United States, as well as records for his Own musical collection. "I also used some of my money to make phone calls to my girl friend in ^Philadelphia, and to my folks in Israel. I never had previously felt so free with money." he explained. The young violinist, who began bis studies at the age of eight in the America-Israel Cultural Foun' dation's Rubin Academy of Music in Tel Aviv, feels that his concert career is in the offing. He expects to spend another year studying at the Curtis Institute ,n Philadelphia %  with Efrem Zimbalist. but even during this period he hopes to concert ize "Although I hope never to stop learning, my formal musical education is nearly over. In the twelve years since I was first helped by the America-Israel Cultural Foundation. I have come a long way. I hope 1 can justify the hopes of my friends." Ashkenasi has made a number of concert appearances in this country, the most important of which was in 195!) in Washington, I) c. with the National Symphony, which opportunity came to him as ,i result of winning the Merriweather Post contest sponsored by the Washington Symphony He was happy with the invitation of the America-Israel Cultural Foundation to send him to Israel to play as a soloist with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, one of the cultural projects in Israel to which tin Foundation grants. While in Mo: tow, the Israel Embassy held a reception in his honor which was one of the highlights of his visit. Many of his fellcw contestants, as well at a makes annual number of local Jewish leaders were present. When asked whether he felt there > ..s any discrimination shown Igainst him while in Russia. Ashkenasi said: "No. I was treated as a musician." BTRBSY • MlAJMI I*OM .... 73. ..I,,— i ."ift.-n ,.ni' Have mart %  utlnesi Meeting, Banquet, or %  pedal Occasion TovH find complete facilities to exactly satisfy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade and Ruboiyat Rooms, be it for • wedding or a private party I • t the tmr Information* HAZEL ALLISON CATERING DIRECTOR JE 1-6061 atetn su coiima Ave* */ WEDDINGS • BIRTHDAYS ANNIVERSARIES • BAR MITZVAHS. Silver Planer Treatment for Every Occasion SHEIBORNE CATERING SERVICE Whatever the eventIt deserves the special air ol elegance and good taste that Shelborne Catering provides. 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Friday. May 25. 1962 *c**/c#> n*rMto+g Page 13-B J$ar i> an eighth grade student \ !.i Merritt Junior High and atBeth El's religious school. • > • Douglas Grenald Douglas Lance, son of Mr. and( Mrs Ben Grenald, 5130 Alton rd.J will 'c Bar Mitzvah on Saturday Ma> 26, at Tempi* Beth Sholoro. with Rabbi Leon Kron..-h ating. • Steven Rubin ices at Temple Emanu-El on Saturday morning, May 26. will include the Bar Mitzvah of Steven, sen of Mr .and Mrs. Lester Rubin, "ith Dr. Irving Lchrman officiating. A seventh grade student at Ida M. Fisher Junior High, the celcI %  t to right are Jack Gordon, president of Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn., U.S. Secretary of Labor Arthur Goldberg, and Arthur H. Courshon, chairman of the board of Washington Federal, sponsors of the civic forum at which Secretary Goldberg spoke. Secretary Goldberg Tells 5,000 That Seniors Wants to Retire With Dignity r Secretary Arthur J. Goldappeared before more than senior citizens at Miami Auditorium on Sunday night amplifying President Kenview on Medicare, he deOne thing -< nior citizens don't to be is th>' involuntary sub i charity—whether public or The senior citizen wants :i e vt n!i dignity." Miami Beach was one of 30 U.S cites to hear a Cabinet officer and other Washington leaders deli'er supporting talks on the President's program in behalf of the King-Anderson Bill now befoie Congressional committee. The Secretary's speech was made a civic forum sponsored by jhington Federal Savings and Lean Assn., which donated the ou = itorium rental fees for the c vening. Washington Federal's president. • %  < k i). Gordon, ia member of the hoard of directors of the National Council of Senior Citizens for Health (are Through Social Se-' curity. I Congressional nominee Claude Pi pper, and Joseph Weil, regional director of the National Council. spoke to the overflow crowd. Goldberg was preceded on the stage bj Arthur H. Courshon,' board chairman of the Association. Goldberg continued that "I am "'roughly convinced that the| American worker wants to earn! and pa> for the protection be needs laki i c of problems after his rking Lie. jusl as he doc, now I.I Sei u ... in general," l ha\ r msibility o£ proIt for a living," he continued "and I am equally concerned with "hat happens to our workers after they retire from the labor force. "Not too many years ago people thought of the 'golden years' as a period of neglect for senior citizens. Well, Social Security tried to change a bit of that but it is not perfect. There is a great gap in the Social Security program—and that is medicare. "Some say that this propo ,i!i-m. But since when h.i> inbeen cialism?" he sfc IMI. "The K ial Security •> st< m is an insurance system against the hardships of the aging. The King• rson Bill pi o\ ides mi dical rare through th insuranci sj sItm This iwhat the President !.urging and this is \\ hat Coi n igoing to enact In speaking to the attentive crowd, Weil .-aid "the AMA i> not foi senior citizens, not for an) thing, they are just negative and that's not the American way." Pepper, a firm advocate of medicare, said that there are 100,00(1 >eniur citizens in Dade county alone who could benefit from President Kennedy's proposed medicare program, while Gordon declared that more than 50,000 resl dents of the county sen! petitions to Kennedy endorsing the KingAnderson Hill which the President is attempting to push out of the committee level. Men's Club Dinner The Men's Club of Beth Torah lion will hold a d nner %  I m. In cl %  ii and i Richard Lelchuk Douglas Grenald brant is a member of the voile) ball team and has received trophies for ping-pong, tennis and shufHeboard. A reception on Sunday at the Ritz Plaza hotel will be held in his honor. • June Schwartz Rabbi Mordecai Podet will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of June Civic League Will Honor Lipp Newly-elected officers of the Civic League ol Miami Beach will be installed on Saturday, June :i. at the Deauville hotel. The dinner meeting will also honor retiring City Manager Morris Lipp, who will be named by the League as "Outstanding Man of the Year Starting with cocktails at 6:30 p.m., the evening will include dancing and entertainment. Officers to be installed are: president. Mart.n Smith; first vice president, Murray Sheldon; second vice president. Maurice (Jngar; secretary. Rocky I'omerance; financial secretary. Joseh Goodman; treasurer, AI Nason. Directors are Adrian Thai. Irving Firtel. Dr. M. B. Cirlin. Dr. Michael Cogan. Leo Kisenstein. Harry Erlanger, Bill Glick, Mac Goldberg. Chuck Hall. Wilham Kline, Dan Levine, Al A. Rothstein, Sam Rivkind. Jack Silverman, Michael Sossin, Sidney Wasserman, George Whitney. Al Zablo, Gilbert Waxman, John Berger. Milton Smith. Robert Schwedel, Walter Bauer arid Bill Copelan. Carole Schwartz, during services Friday evenng. May 25 at Temple Judea. A seventh grade honor student at Ponce de Leon Junior High, June is in the Art Club there, and has Studied piano for many yi i Mr and Mr-. Irving Schwartz, 580] ':.. ra dr il G l< hi -' the Kiddush folli .ing ecu ill: %  ;.;. in : I lei. • Richard Lelcbuk Bar Mitzvah of Richard Harris, i n of Mr. and Mi s, Herbert S Lelchuk, will be observed Saturdi > riing, Ma) 26, at B< th L: 1 on| bbi ii' rman O b< n will offii Grandparents of the celebrant ; re Mr. and Mr-. Oscar C Lelchuk and Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin Erps Kiddush in his honor will follow th< services. • Philip Glassman Temple Zion will be the site of the Bar Mitzvah of Phillip, son of Mi. and Mrs. Irvin Glassman, and randson of Mr. and Mrs Henry Samovitz, on Saturday morning, Ma) 26 Rabbi Alfred Waxman will officiate. A sev nth grade student at Wesl Junior High, Phillip plans to continue his studies in the T< n pli 's confirmatii iI, He iv a member ot th< West Mil n Littli i.' ague baseball team. Hiparents will host the Kiddush m his honor. Rise lie Zeitzew Riselle Frail;:, daughter of Mr, Mr. anu Mrs. Mori is Lerner, of 108 2nd ter., San Marino Island, depart from New York International Airport via El Al Israel Airlines non-stop jet to Tel Aviv, Israel, for a three-week vacation. The Lerners will travel throughout Israel and then fly to Frankfurt, Germany, to visit with their son, Capt. Burton A. Lerner. and his family. Capt. Lerner is a physician stal ed in G >rmany with the U.S. 1 to rerun to Mi Bom and Mrs. Albert Ze.tzew. 17031 NE 5ili ave.. will celebrate her Bas Mitzvah on Friday evening. May 25, at Temple Beth Torah, with bi Max Lipschitz officiating. A seventh grade honor roll stu%  .'• : t • North Miami Beach Junior Riselle is also a member of at Beth Toral stud) jig the %  : flutl i host the Oneg ..' in her honor. Neil Komisarow On Satu iay morning, May 26. Neil Stanley, son of Mrs, Fay* Komisarow, will be Bar Mitzval al Temple Ner Tamid, with Rabbi Eugene Labovitz officiating. Neil is a student of the Temple's religious school and attends Nautilus Junior High. He is a member of Troop 32,1 ol the Boy Scouts, and studies the accordion and clarinet. Rebecca Hoodwin Rebecca Susan, daughter of Mr .nd Mr-. Herbert Hoodwin, will be• Bas Mitzvah during Saturda) sen ices, May :>;. at Beth David Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro '.' HI officii b V sevent t al Key I'-i.-c.:. tary, Rebecca is n eml er ol the G.rl Scouts and • \ i dancing, Her pan i Is ill host thi Oneg at i n I rida) an I th Kiddush [olli ii th cen mi • > Saturday in •heir daughter's honor. There is • : only one : I WELCOME ; WAGON I HO years of e> nvepce fostering good in business a... ly life. For infor Welcome \ HI 8-49^ • )



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I... t#% Pcce 8-A +Je*lstncrklian Friday. May 25. 1962 Beth David's annual confirmation service for s:_ dents having completed ten years of re-.:.ous study will take place on Sunday ever../.g in the main sanctuary. The class will resent a cantata, "The World of Shalom A^ichem." by Cantor Samuel Rosenbaum, cr.d directed by Cantor William W. Lipson. '.'. embers of the confirmation class are Jean Sue Adelman, Hazel Bakst. Shirley Baumv.i'.d. Allen Botl, Cynthia Cohen, Karen Fein::.d. Joan Frame, Jacob Friedman, Barbara Garron, Mark Golub, Susan Hamersmith, David Handshu, Richard Idels, Jonathan Kanter, Alivia Kazer, Diane Klein, Gary Lubel. Henry Lucent, Virginia Parnes, Cynthia Rayvis, Rebecca Reiter. Stuart Rose, Aliz Rosenkranz, Dorene Ross, Judi Rutkin, Jerome Sanders, Linda Schwartzman, Marilyn Seitlin, Terence Sokoloff, H e 1 e n e Stoler, Sandra Usherson, Barbara Vogel, Barry Wasman, Richard Weinkle, and Paul Winters. Goldmann Views Soviet Jews' Status Continued from Page 1-A i'.'.tried, regarding Russia, that it it very difficult to see the ra•ic-iale of Soviet policy toward its -.vish minority." "iny Soviet Ciaims about RusJews enjoy.ng certain rights n equal basis with other na. 1 groups, he pointed to "The .. -v number of death sentences ; nst Jews for economic crimes the special publicity given to :• .the refusal, for the first time l : le history of Soviet Russia, to ; :de the Jewish community with 208," indicating "a policy of di;-crimination which, naturally. t: -es considerable concern among Jt all over the world, and the un< able difficulty for Jews to exRegistration Set Hebrew School :.ami Hebrew Congregation ann:: r.ces its pre-registration of stiles r:s, beginning May 28, for the i. semester. T'.e Hebrew school has been re0 -.nized and staffed to include ages, plus student activities. 7 sportation will be available. : resolution was passed at a re< '. board meet'ing to dispense % ". tuition fees for parents who members of the congreegation. preis themselves as Jews, religiously, culturally and nationally, despite their status as a national minority under the Soviet Constitution He added that "despite the lack' of real progress until now, we do that, from the point of view of their oun interests, the leader.••hip of the Soviet I'nion will realize the unfairness and lack of justil.cation for their policies, which ei.danger the survival of the second largest Jewish community in the rl I. and that they will begin to i liange tins policy." In a letter to The N'ew York Times. Democratic Congressman William Pitts Ryan, of New York, Stated that he had received •"evidence of widespread discrimination acainst Soviet Jews. He proposed that the U.S.A. and the USSR include religious leaders in their cultural-exchange programs, and asked: "If the well-documented reports of religious persecution can he refuted, then why does not the Soviet Union allow, indeed encourage, a free exchange of personnel and information with her Jewish leligious community." Or. Goldmann announced that a large number of organixations represented in the Conference of Jewish Organixations, have presented to Pop* John XXIII a memorandum asking the Ecumenical Council to adopt "a clear statement of the Church against racial and anti-Semitic tendencies and the elimination from the Catholic liturgy and Catechism cf passages which inseminate anti-Jewish prejudices among millions of Catholic children." The Jewish leader expressed "deep concern over the future of the Jewish commun.ty in Algeria, despite the rights and guaranteegiven them under the Kvian agreement." He stated: "The confuse.l situation, full of violence and crimes perpetrate by the OAS terrorists, which unfortunately still prevails in Algeria, threatens th( Jews possibly mire than other parts of the European community. Whatever may happen in Algeria," he said, "it is clear that many Jews will leave and are leaving. "Most of them go to France and their influx creates very serious problems for the French Jewish community. It is the duty of world Jewry to help French Jewry to take care of the Algerian newcomers, both materially and culturally. At the same time, it is to be hoped that more and more will go to Israel, where the government and the Jewish Agency stand ready to absorb and settle them." HENDRIE stands for: Perpetun'.-ic, and strengtheni-^g the Americon way of life. Reading, writing ord arithmetic Building stronger and healthier boys end girls. Vocotionol training opportunities A full program for exceptionally able and hond'Capped chi'dre". Adequate salaries for oil school i>'Sonnel. AdtguTte authority/responsibility for O'incipols and teachers. ) economy in all school busings. DISTRICT 1 SCHOOL BOARD PULL LEVER 10-A May 29 COUNTY WIDE ELECTION JIM HENDRIE has been engaged n business in Northwest Dade for more than 15 yecrs. His familiarity with the problems, — educational, fiscal and progress-wise — are thorough. His election is your surety of adequate, intelligent representation. Jim Hendrie is an Edison and Tech H f gh graduate and holds a Bacheloi of Science degree from University of Florida. He is a family man with 2 children. ENDORSED BY THE MIAMI HERALD THE MIAMI NEWS Pd Pol Arlv GOLFERS LOWER YOUR SCORES! yen can have new Grips installed— Clubs reshaffed or reweighted— WHILE YOU WAIT! Wood dubs refinished like new— All nicks removed, rescored and name replaced. Also specials on golf shoes, bags, carts, balls, gadgets and accessories. Best selections "IVERYJHING fOK THE GOlffft" GOFF'S C0LF clUB VVrr • SERVICE 1423 Pone* de Leon Blvd. HI 3-2659 Coral Gables, PI*. FREE ISRAEL BOOK 45 PICTURES AND MAP OF ISRAEL WITH PURCHASE OF YUBAN THE SIMCHA COFFEE AT YOUR LOCAL STORE or Enclose label from Instant Yuban or snip of tin wraparound from Regular Yuban with your name and address and send to JEWISH FLORIDIAN P.O. Box 2973 Main Post Office Miami 1, Fla. ^rvvv>ryvvvvvvvvvvvvvvyvvx MAYOR ROBERT KING HIGH April 12, 1962 ii I read the nice writeup in the paper when you announced you were running. I think it is wonderful that a person of your stature is willing to serve in public office and I am sure you will find the experience enriching.** Miami Herald May 2. 1962 Li Mary Ann MacKenzie is qualified for the Metro Commission. ff And recently thousands of voters expressed their endorsement. m*' METRO COMMISSION DISTRICT 1 I am seeking this public office for one reason only —and that is to serve you. I have nothing personal to gain except the satisfaction of making this community a better place to live. I pledge to you. the people of Dade County, that I will do my utmost to give you the type of representation you want. My past business experience, legal training, activities and interests have equipped me with tho background needed to properly and efficiently fulfill the office of County Commissioner. VOTE FOR ARY ANN MACKENZIE ATTORNEY • BUSINESS EXECUTIVE • SCHOOL TEACHER PULL LEVER 2-E M Pol A1 *********A*^^^^^^^^^^^^^r^^^^^^^^^^^^r^^**A**W* VOTE COUNTY WIDE MAY 29th KEEP ANDERSON ON THE SCHOOL BOARD • EXPERIENCED TEACHER • BUSINESS EXPERIENCE • 25 YEARS SERVICE TO CIVIC, RELIGIOUS AND WELFARE GROUPS IN DADE COUNTY PULL LEVER 11-A Pd. Pol. Adv. \



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Page 12-B Jewlstincrktkir Friday. May 25, 1962 1362 graduating cla?s of the daily mple Emanu-B are first row left :o righ rvey Insler, Murray Coh ack, Lawrence and Michael Eismcn. Second row (left to re James Cchen, Marlene Krovitz Cindy Harris, and Ira Giller. Graduation of Temple Judea kindergarten will take place on Friday. Diplomas will be presented by Herbert Gelernter. Temple president. Standing is Mrs. Nathan Selditch. teacher, and (left to right) are Reid Lewis, Michael Lewis, Dale Bearman. Loren Schragger, Loren Cohen, Paula Barkowitz, Saul Prusoff. Seated (left to right; are Randie Wolfman, Michael Tuch. Francine Berkowitz, Deborah Zalis, Marlene Fletcher, Lynda Center, Matthew Willig. Absent is Eliot Levin. Florida JWY Sets Memorial Service Department of Florida, Jewish War Veterans of the United States. will hold its annual Memorial Day services on Sunday, li a.m., at Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Hy M. Morris, vice commander (or the Fourth region, and a past department commander, is in (barge of the program, and participating will be the Color Guards if all Jewish War Veteranposts in the South Florida area Services will conclude with the firing of the traditional three vol. by the department firing -quad, and taps will be blown by Albert Stuart. Michael Dresne and Bernard Horn. Kabbi Alfred U'axman. honorary chaplain of the Jewish War Veterans, Department of Florida, and chaplain at the Veterans Administration Hospital. Coral Cables, will be in charge of the liturgical services, with the cooperation of the Rabbinical Assn. of Greater Miami. The services are open to the public. Seats will be provided, along with a canopy for protection agains'i either the sun or rain. Honor to be Speaker Herzl Honor, education director ol Temple Mcnorah's religious school, will be guest speaker at late Friday evening services in the absence of Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, who is attending the World Council of Synagogues convention in Jerusalem. Patient Gifts Sinai Free Slippers William Cordon, of Providence. !t I., a patient recently at Mt Sinai Hospital, has presented the hospital with a check for the purchase of bedroom slippers for patients who come to the ho.-p.tal without them. Entering the hospital on an emer.incy. Gordon felt that he would have enjoyed a more permanent type of footwear than the standard paper bedroom slipperavailable in most hospitals. Pleased at the service he received during his stay. Gordon's gift is for the purpose of adding still aiiother item to make patients comfortable. Candidates in Runoff Continued from P$e 10-B hatthepul votii pla tral books Robert L. Searle t L. Searli n i : %  itic Comn tl %  %  %  %  -I %  %  : tin his BA degn fron %  %  in 1961 een will t A i the I He by t I mmerci ition he served as pn 'id 11 n 1i an I natioi ..I director in : • her groups which havi l his leadership inclu !e the Coral iables Rotarj Club and the D ountj Welfare Planing Council Mrs. Louis Glasser ing for Dade Count} Demoratic c imnutteewoman foi cntral Miami Beach area iMrs ... iilasser, long lime l< he Greater Miami Jewish Community. MrGlasser is a former president of the Mt. Sinai Hospital Auxiliary and has served a> Wornin's Division chairman for the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. A lite long Democrat. MrGlass er was active in the campaignfor Presidents Roosevelt. Truman and Kennedy, and twice supported Gov. Adlai Stevenson. Ernest C. Allen Ernest C "Ernie"' Allen ia candidate for constable in District 2. Allen promises a "courteous, prompt and efficient service" if eled' :. His supporters declare he is "dedicated, experienced and qualified." Wally Gluck Wally Gluck, president of the Democratic Club of Miami Beach, is a candidate for Dade county Democratic Committeeman. He is a raduate of B iys Huh S< iklyn, the University oi and haattende i cow in the Schc of BUSUM ministration. Gluck lives -.vitti nis wife, V | daughter, Karen, at 90 Miami Beach His oth r • u dude presi lent n al tirdi r <>t Eagle of Loyal Ore i ter Adverl v rk Sylvia Friedman Sylvia Friedman, wife oi Ion f riedman, presi lei I B'I for Den v. mat • I ... ment at I Mary Ann Mackenzie i 'andidate for Metro ssion in District l i~ Marj Ann M z.e MrMackenzie a ey, business executive, and -chool teacher. "I am seeking this public ofl [ol one reason only—and that serve you," -aid the candidate. I have nothing personal to i xcept the satisfaction of maku community a better place to live. My past business experience. i training, activities, and interests have equipped me with the background needed properly and (ficiently to fulfill the office ol county commissioner." Free Loan Group To End Season Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loan A.-sn. will hold its final meel inf of the reason Monday even in Beth El Auditorium. 500 SW 17th ave The meeting will be a memona' in honor of the late Louis W( traub, a founding member of t. group. Also to be discussed are decisions now facing the Associal which lends money to member tlu community without ir.ter< according to Isidore 8chwart2 president, and a report on the n • cent installation banquet held at the Lombardy hotel which attracted to new members and life n hers. L Kirk Douglas flares up in anger when attacked without provocation during a barroom brawl, in this scene from the modern adventure drama, "Lonely are the Brave." Gena Rowlands and Walter Matthau co-star in the action film now at the Carib, Miami, Miracle and 163rd Street Theatres. Sidney Diamond (left) and Herbert Diamond, of the Diamond craft and holiday novelty store, 1340 NW 27th ave., press for candidacy of lames W. (Jimmy) High (right) as they climb this high ladder to call it to public attention. High is a candidate to represent the City of Miami on the Metro County Commission in the run-off election Tuesday, May 29. Dogs Start Schooling Here Representing top kennels at FlagLer, Hollywood. Miami Beach and Other major dog tracks, 27 grey hound strings were to start schooling at the Biscayne Kennel Club on Thursday at 7:30 p.m. It was to be the fir-t of six nights the lights will go on for greyhound "classes" in preparation for the track's summer meeting which opens June 1. to run through Sept. IS on the North-South Expressway at NW 115th st. 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Friday. May 25. 1962 JmMl flcrirffar Page 13-A *% % %  %  FROM THE TALMUD Derek Ertti Zuta, 9. Ta\e care that the doors of thy I I dome be not shut ag.itn.sr tlie needy Arakin, 28a. Let a man be generous in his charities, but let lum beware of Citing away all tliat lie lias. • „KoheJct Kabbah. 4 .. Better is lie ti'ho gites little to I cliantv from monev honestly earned than he who gnes much from dishonestly gained wealth. • • Ltaba Batra. 9b. If one gives only the k'"d word jnd speaks comfoTtjbK to tlie poor. lie lias done true chanty fur ,i,>:li not Holy VV'nt M> Because of this word will Cod bless thee.'" Kjte&rew L-oincrsii/ion Jn n'-> -1(P mn:^ wron TS"|a?i /'^i:' R-^IJaH av lira .n^nn .ys^D nitron rnyi nx'sin TV ~. T nspi ,(rri ,, ?N^T n-p) **? .-ii27yn n:? "?o 'itfn ... i. N ..... : tf? box ^K-jtP'-nr-rn *?# nil Vrnipi ,Wil piarvatp'? .r^y mron -rnarra nann T T T ..... •• 1 -pnrn nrbnan nrn;* -yapp way nx^in -niya nxon nj? niaa 1 ? 19a ^y .^s-in Vtf irn'pin'? m^i ,imni nsraia yaoan -ixa .-rnjx IT rx-.D-^an a? iD"oin yaoan b'tf *wn Vxi^Tiria *?ap nx .JVT 'Diyi mi30 ..... T •.rro^y mas nna rxsina) TRANSLATION An Eternal Keepsake ( m one side of the medallion to mark lentil anniver n !• Been • Roman coin bearing the legend: %  l-racl liberated tintenth (year) ol the freedom of Israel." and in the center of the inscription an illustration symbolizing the rebuild • of the new Israel Together with the medallion the Tenth Anniversary committee issued a coin. On the coin tne price is marked I£5, and on the other side, the tenth anniversary emblem Th.s coin may be used just like all other legal ten der of the State of Israel; but this is not '<>"<'• smt 1 lne coin is a memorial coin, and its price is much higher than the one written an it. •The Medallions and Coins" has now Issued a silver coin to mark the centenary of Herzl's birth. His portrait appears on the coin and b.r .t the legend: -This is no fairy t;-le On the other side of the coin, the emblem Of the State of Israel has also been added: a candelabrum and olive branches, (Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit) By RABBI NORMAN N. SHAPIRO Beth David Congregation A favorite saying of Lowell A. Lawrence the late president of Harvard University, was that "the mark of an educated man is the ability to make a reasoned guess on the basis of insufficient information." What application does this revealing and penetrating statement mean for countless young men and women, boys and girls, who will be gracuat.ng from high schools, colleges and religious schools during May and June? Our youth looks to the future — the wave of tomorrow. This is a frightful period of decision facing the seemingly overwhelming job of making far-reaching major or minor decisions .'huh will affect count!i -the res: of their li\ • %  In life elusions • • s • thi rtain-S e r v 1 c e s J h i 9 Li/e e k e n a Information to be included in the Religious Services column must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All releases received after that time will be retuincd as prooT of their lateness. RABBI NORMAN SHAPIRO educated guess t.i 1 • ii r ; lessing, But according i is whci %  ication" injects 1 %  In our this year. I tried to impress our confirmat ; rtance of cultival M thinking habits. Howe\ -: — in the final examination — many students skippi I iv ledge thai they were supposed to have assimilated '"• %  >i tits indulged in the pleasant pastime of guesses and opini When very young, we resort to childlike fantasies, and our imaginative minds capture our fancy. It is imagined that when we grow up. we'll know aii the answers. In a maturer state, doubts and uncertainties would no longer bother us and we would always know what to do. In our late teens and early twenties, we may think that moment of certainty has arrived. Yet the years will roll on and on — and the only certainty we will know or learn is — that the moment of absolute certainty never arrives. We seek truth and live by truth; but the struggle and quest for certainty and solutions continue unabated. My plea to our younger contemporaries is that if there is an inevitability about guessing, if making decisions based on uncertainties is an unavoidable part of life's pattern, then let us at least make educated guessts. Let our guesses be an outgrowth of education in its broadest sense and thereby include experience, faith, courage and understand.ng. On this, and this alone, can we make a reasoned guess even though the information is insufficient. In this way, our guesses have a good chance of turning out right. In this manner, our future takes on a brighter prospect. By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX Why is it that the bride does not wear any jewelry during the wedding ceremony? Basically, this is considered a means of mourning for the temple ol Jerusalem which was destroyed. Some original authorities wanted to do away with all marriage, so greal was their grief it the losol II, temple The prevailing opinion, however. tamed to the clfecl th.it while irriage was permissible, %  is required at thr marriage I i signify that our joy is inc implete because of the destrui li the temple. Thus, ih,' groom br aks the glass and the biide avi i < earing Jewelry during the ceremony. There are some authorities who ve another r >ason for the absence of jewels on the bride during the ceremony These claim that there Is a greal moral lesson involved. The 4:00m is thus can tinned not hi marry the girl tor her riches or for her jewels but 1, r her inner values and character. Jewels -ire but external facets of human display and by no meanIndicate the true character of the individual. They are sometimes misleading when they dazzle the onlooker. • Why are there no weddings allowed between Passover and Shavuot? There are generally ihree reasonadvanced for this prohibition. The nio-t popular reason is the contention that twenty four thousand disciples of Rabbi Akiba died I this period either through Tins page is prepared in coI operation icitli the Spiritual Lead\ ers of rlic Grcjter Miami Rubbin| oil Assn. RABBI MAX A. LIPSClllTZ Coordinator Contributor: RABBI SOLOMON 5CHIFP Gems of \\'i-Jom pestilence or persecution Another reason that has been mven is that this period was one of great concern because of the harvests ami planting seasons, also because the pilgrims who came to Jerusalem hid to return home after Passover and he back in time for the Sh.i VUOl holiday which was only six weeks away Should marriage be allowed. they might indulge in seven-day festivities and possibly not n>-'ke il back in time for the holiday ol Shavuot. It is also claimed that the deceased in Gehenna (hell I are indued during this period and thus it is not a conducive one for good fortune. One of the most basic reasons advanced, however, is the fact that the entire practice of counting 1 he days and the weeks he:ween the two festivals (Sefirah) brings 10 mind that this is a rather theoretical count since we do not have Die Offerings Of Old, especially the ••one" which was offered on the second daj ol the Passover and winch started oil the count. Thus. :i period of mourning is involved and marriages BETH DAVID. 225 SW 3rd ve Conaervativc. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. Cantor William W. Lipson. Friday 8:15 p.m. Graduates >>f Junior Hifrh S'ii""l ;iiwl teachers ol the religious school "ill %  honored. Saiurday '.' n.m, Bas Mitsvah: Rebecca, daughter "f Mr. and Mrs. Herbert J. M'HHIW in. — • — BETH EL. 500 Sw wn ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. Frlria) 'i:r. pi" Saturday 8:S0 a.m. Sermon: "If Ve Walk in My Statutes." Bar Mitivah: Isaac, Bon "l Mr. and Mrs. Alberl %  Islti BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave. Conservative. Prlda) 15 ;> m Saturda} N 13 a.m : : i %  \||ti i ii Rii hard, .—ii ol Mr. ami '.III' .. lull,. — • — BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman. : %  • i.' ,. la m SerII,,n \ — e — BETH J^COB 301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mao'Ches. %  win Saturda • — BETH Tf'LAH, 935 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph F. RacKOVsky. — • — DETH TORAH. 164tn si. > p m. Sermon: 'Llstei Look! '• % %  Saturdaj '.' — e — DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. i!i.i..% > IS p.in Sermon: "The An "f Humility." Saturday 8:J0 a.m. Ser, mon: "Portion of th* Week. Bar Miizv.ih: Gary, sun of Mr. and Mr. Milton i ilelcher. — • — KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ava. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seit. Friday 6:S0 p.m. Saturday v :30 a.m I Sermon: "Blessings vs. Curses." — • — MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION. 1101 SW 12th ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein. Friday 8:30 p.m. Saturday s:i> a.m. Sermon: "Walk Humbly." — • — OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weberman. Friday 8:80 p.m. Saturday 8:45 a.m. Sermon: "Reward ami Chastise." SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 648 Collins ave. Cantor S. Nachmiaa. TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025 NE 183rd it.. Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor Abraham Reisman. i.!.,% 10 p.m. Sermon: "Conai \si,. What is v..inSame?" Satur.1 ,^ •. :, in Sermon: "The Ralnbon Itevnnd the Horlson Bar Mltsvah ii, ,,. non of Mr. and Mis. Samuel W.I, 1: • • TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. CantoCharles Kodner. i :. in Sermon: "w h> Don I \\ Jews Se v. I 'oni TEMPLE BETH *EL OF HOLLYWOOD 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. Sei mon: I.e. I ndant.' Sal irda> i.m. H ; Mrs Edward Dreltxer. TEIV.PLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland Hall. 11638 So. Dixie hwy. Reconstruction, st. Rar.it Morris Skop Cantor Herman Gottlieb. Fi Idai %  %  :> m -~'' mon Wl ..I ,,t the National Conf< %  %  onlsl i' 'ii. rei I lot -i.,in, .,, i" in :, m Sermon: "I 11, ,,i Eve ak '" TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood 1725 Monroe st. Conservative Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz. Frida) % % %  P m. Sermon "We ReSaturda) 8 a m Bar MillWilliam, Bon of Mr and MI-. .n S I %  TEMPLE BETH S*-'0'_OM. 4144 Cha ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish Cantor David Conviser. Frl.lns :I3 p m. Si rmon IT\ VS ri.i' mea Shabbal sponsoi ed b> I'TA in hunoi "i rellglo is school nitv Sal irdaj 10 15 a m Bar M vah: Gouglas, son of Mr and Mn li, II < irenald. m TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabb. Henr> B. WemiCk. Frldaj • '•" P-m. S. rmon Ancient 10 a in ^ outh Hi r\ l< TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler ,., | a r. p m Sermon: rhi Power %  %  GEMS OF WISDOM l Tlie particle 'too" is a dangerout foil. It even tlie meaning of 1 "honest" may spoil. KUH. There are three U'liose life is no I li/ tlie over-compaasiowate, thehot-tempered, JUJ tlie hyper-few tidious. —PESHIM // you z'atp too much, you do i not ; asp (itt! you [rasp -T.M.Mi D VX'hai IM MANN. J • &f '•: BEBEI : lor i : if p iliticians EJVNI the entln teaching staff will be honored. — • TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th at. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. Frida) B-.15 p.m Bermon: "The 8uc ess and Failure of Religion in Our Lives." — • TEMPLE JUDt/,. 320 Palermo ava. Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet. Frida) 8:lfi p.m, Bermon: "Counting Che Stepa to Sinai." Saturday 10:3') a.m. lias Mltsvah: June, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. living Bchwarts. — • — TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th at. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Carr.or Edward Klein. Friday g:15 p.m. Guest speaker. H-rzl Honor, elucatlnn director of the Tempi, v religious school. Saturday 8 a m. Bar Mltsvah: Ronald, son of Mr. and Mis Akin Smith. — • — TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th at. and Tatum Waterway. Modern T'aditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Samuel Gomberg. Friday 8:15 p.m. Surfslde-Bay Harli. .inHurry Cohen Contingent, Post 723, JWV, "ill participate In presentation of colors. Quest spi aki rs, s. n. Claude Pepper and Chaplain Mark Wesle) Greas, Homestead Air Force Base, "ill !"• Introduced by Col. M. Mendlow. Saturday 8:45 a.m, Bar Mltsvah: Nell, son of Mrs. Faya Komlsarow — • — TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Friday 8 13 p.n Louis Schwartzman, Bui I-.UI of Jewish Education, will speak ":i Jewish Bducatioi \\ ha I ? — • — TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Cantor Albert Glantz. • TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Leo Heim. ','. | '. I red l."i;iPhillip ., i %  : "The I Within ..I host. .1 V\ V adii Vuxl • — TSMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave. Conservative. Seymour Hinkes, cantor. — • — TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th st. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. l|daj v 30 i> I" Sei mon. "1 -i" I Statutes Sei nil of honor ill be .i to Mi and Mrs Abraham i-.,in,.i i-elebrallng their 38th wedding annlversar) Mi n nd Mrs. J. E3d I Cantor and Mr. and Mrs. Saul Cani host the Oneg Shabbat In • thi II p tn nts. — • — YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu. Krida) %  13 p.m Sermon: "l..-fi, Right .in,i \\ i iing Saturdaj 8 a.m. CANDUUGHTING TIM 21 Iyar — 6:50 p.m. he B iok Oi the ri i i -i i %  %  ii -< hool and mi



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Fiiday. May 25, 1962 +Jewlst Her id/an Page 9-A Eichmann Aide Seeks Cologne Delay Normcr. Imber (left\ outgoing president of the Men's Club of Coral Way Jewish Center, turns the gavel of office over to incominc; riesideat, Ted Sloan, at ceremonies recently at the Cente;. Miamians Will Attend Meeting Annual meeting of the American Friends %  : the Hebrev University t>t Jerus iJem will be held .it University House HI New York City on Jun< 12, accord.:'.; to an an-1 nouncement Wednesday by Daniel ('•. Ross, chairman oi the board of directors. Amom those from Gr iter Miami who will attend a:'.' Mr. and Mrs i iik s Popick. !' pick ipresident <>f the South Fl rida Division of the American Frien Is, and Mrs I'i'pick .vice president of the Greater Miami Women's Division. Ortie Greater Miami board mmbe-s include Samuel Friedland, cr.airman of the board of Food Fair Stores; Jack D. Gordon, president of Washington Federal Savings r.nd Loan Assn.; and Samuel T. Sapiro, president of the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. Members of the National Counc.l of the American Friends from this area include Dr. Irving Lehrman, rabbi of Temple Emanu-KI; and Jacob Rifkin, vice president of the South Florida Division Ross will report on the recent meeting in Jerusalem of the international board of governors of Israel's first and largest Institution Of higher learning. Popick. president of Mechanics Uniform Service, recently was elected to the executive committee of the board of directors of the American Friends. He is the first Greater Miamian ever so honored. Continued from 1-A "since the Federal Republic signed the charter and the United Nations condemned Eichmann's obduction, the Foreign Office was asked to intervene but refused | to do so." He expressed the hope that the court would order the Foreign Office to demand Eich; marn's extradition. However, he acknowledged that may be difficult since there are no diplomatic relations between Germany and Israel. He said that, if the Cologne court rejected his complaint, he would file suit HI a Federal court. Then, if necessary, he would carry the case to the Council of Europe's Commission on Human Rights. He said he did not know whether any 1 similar case had ever been taken to or judged by that Commission. Meanwhile, a defense argument which Eichmann used repeatedly in his Jerusalem trial, that he acted under orders which he could not disobey in transporting millions ot F.uropean Jews to their doom, was In aid again in court in Berlin this week from Albert Filbert, a former Nazi SS officer on trial for participation in similar mass murders of Jews. Filbert, who has admitted he. beaded a Nazi commando unit w liich operated in German-occupied areas of Russia in 1941, told the court that "only a few thousand" victims were shot on his : orders. He is on trial on charges of participation in the slaughter of 1.445 Russian Jews, and faces a possible life sentence. Five other ex-SS men. charged with "working" under F'ilbert are on trial with him. facing lesser terms. An SS report was read, indicating Filbert had been recommended for an Iron Cross for his part in the "liquidation of Jews, Communists and guerrillas" in the Vilna-Grodno-Vitebsk region. The report said Filbert's unit had the greatest proficiency in shootings committed by his special extermination battalion. But Filbert insisted the quoted figure of 11,445 killings credited to his squad was incorrect. "I can't say exactly how many people were shot," he declared, "but it was only a few thousand." He stressed repeatedly that he had been acting under orders at the time of the slaying. Asked by the judge whether he agreed that there were criminal orders, which no "decent citizens" were forced to obey. Filbert replied: "We had no choice, We had to obey orders He insisted it was not true that the victims had to remove all their clothes before they were killed. He explained that "all their belongings were taken from them and sent to Berlin. They had to take off their underclothes. Then they had to lift their shirts over their heads and tie the sleeves across their eyes." He said the victims were forced to stand in front of "execution trenches" into which the bodies tumbled. Asked whether he had witnessed the shooting of Jewish women and small children on his orders, he said "I attended only two or three shootings of men. That is, nearly all the victims west men." He added that it was "difffr cult" to find volunteers to command shooting squads when the assigned victims included women and children. Emma Lazarus | Installs Officers Emma Lazarus chapter. B'nal B'rith Women, installed new officers at a dinner Sunday. 7 p.m., at the Skyways motel. Mrs. Ruth Barson was in charge of reservations. Members of the chapter incl I le Mrs. Alfred Reich, president, BB Women, District 5; Miss Edith Simmons, newly-elected president, Miam i Council BB Women; and Mrs. Henry Steinhauser. of the BB Youth Organization. REPUBLICANS DON'T LOSE BY DEFAULT VOTE TUESDAY MAY 29th FOR Robert A. Peterson CONGRESSMAN 3rd DIST. "Stop Pepper With Peterson" i'i r..i A


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?T ? +Jfitfrkrrti<*r r.%  Mcy 23 Educator Attacks Non Sectarian Jewish Identity -. ; • TtK-t ;*:. M id e~ -' •i^ ^%  ... %  • • % %  -• .-,-.- '.-• < >*' I • %  %  • tad i i %  %  ._, Teuton rovmSlocrrticied "rh rail MMt for and by Jewish •-:~~M**y re(a>orvs orgerwza&f >on, ipp ni J to •*> p "': !*•"• *r Jew rik e^>eeton. All ttis conti at • time —*>-. en>Semitisan has -*oc-: tt low+st %  *./* hi tKe Urrtd States." Eves -?' tad %  mples '.~* ..-. for a > -..-; from ".:.-.. %  %  rao for 14 year J executive di .... •:-r• %  Tne rHMnus % f \ not **a 9* Fe^e-i'ion t'v* Jews timo'y floo't give enov9fi t 9 me*r Fed• -*• s^i Mor do rter give tr^u^h '? Jearita aaacatkaa, He salad %  fleal iv* • &f *• e**ao%  .— *<-• ;~e S'J s* i'* •Se'e % a' $*" Ml lsr* If ;* .•>! •' s pt>i" Off ''<•*!# *.->e o* th propt*ts t 8 '544. wf^ Israel aaa reborn. "It t it •< the 2 .000 r*'j a* w"' '-9 ->*toe* pJc : %  : Whs\ i -%  .-. for we ru astl) ".•.-..".. s I %  %  %  .-• •-:-%  r • -• using, b red i Z that -' : •-• %  -•-'-. I .'. %  %  red • %  -. rector id •-.<. enaOeagc He said that re -. i--: to BOW serves ot •-< B-.i: B'rttk Amerthe ••-.-..< •-. %  %  .-..•-••,.,. and the ""*: J *='*•"• i--n>-!<-.:'-•*;-_ •..-.• World Je Unarieaa Jewufa Congress: ill de>%  "•*• %  •'•'• %  ectuaJ tad human, % %  -the fieidof J< • lecatioe "'' emaacipal I past aj • important ,: the) J V** *" %  d lar ^ .haven I eao -. ; 4 %  -' ; memben Sot mc eeal bai been forth•. '.. •-^m" Toobm : erted ming fron them for cbolar : ;•< thai %  i'\ extreme i i %  • for traininj .: '• b teachcri All DOB ectartaa ii •.•. %  • .%  : %  %  %  %  %  %  etpooai an ectoplasm of hwli are u 'eaiat education Tr.% %  leavi ii •.' vithou t Jewish never trai ; iThese are I ....• and : h ^oii or a r<.ii pi paid tor s* a • en we bav< : ;%  aki.i Added Toubin I could .„ .. ,, and cite Hadassah, the San Jewish rVorjhip Hour Council of Jewish Women ar.d al mosl even '-'' i r national oi "Whfi th Jew wt 'reed o* the ghtto, he hd a choice o* eontiooing hit estocietion with the Jewijh community. When the scientific revolution arrived, he became more inquisitive and used rationalism and logic to question his religious beliefs based on faith. When the humanistic revolution came on the scene, he found he could be moral and good without being Jewish." 7 r ration so that non'.of yo i Abrahai of Tempi) e thi evening unoffend1 ippeai %  •: Toubin concluded on %  variety of J,w„h : „ from ulOther I among -ra orthodoi to ultra reform.' "All of these pervasive p> • %  Istible and ubiquitous fad • given rise I i pei -. concluded on a positive i eietj It one in which we th'.-m. bold \ magnificent %  % %  ,'. •-. %  tr.r-': %  -.-d. Th* function of Jewish educa' r i< and i • rtain the %  vallui '-.at makes of us one people We must end the %  a Jewish child chant the meaningless — to him — Haftorah at h't Kar ^h tb< n il bin 10 or 12 yean '%  ill Jew W i expect him to be a • parent I cai -.:... i-h a full tense of Tou • ired %  '•' ertain that fj us with half of #**F*^F% < MWaaVWr^F^MM FIRST RACE 8:15 PM. 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D.-r~o in a ?aae > w # *# %  fkridH*tr Friday. May 25 iin K fl The Avenue of the iig'iteous Gentiles' Y EXTENS ON • %  %  is %  h IS 1 : I Mou lemi 'The Avi f the Righti • med ng the Na I leroic i not in G ermany itself. Xoi wl • %  t these ceremonies. An ng I r as i is( ar M I r the : the api'. |r Adolf ] self. The story of Mr. Schindler's rk I German m Die .'. t ; irg. Here is a lie calls himself a God-fearing I I eys the Ten Commandments and trie> to act accoi '. %  %  requirement lovi thej neighboi thyself.' He believes that nothing "hat he I i ade turn better than his : men lit -jjthat h< merely fulfilled his duty aa Chrisl %  F or nrre than a tho isai is ilmost a saint, while he hii it to e a matter of course that he disobeyed the extermutation or ers of Eichmann. l se -.>nd peoht ".o Know. For thej are %  '• ws And he saved their lives. His nan • is Oscar Schindler The then 35-yearold Catholic was a successful sn .an from the As a counterespionage agent of the Vi'ehrmachl % % %  was sent not to the front but to occupied Poland in order to 'Aryanize' Jewish business undertaking. I: i mti. st to otherv ho en givi bs like this. Hcrr Schindler did not rob thi of -.heir k over a O ed it •'. • %  mi j an i proci • %  "ire %  "A; tl int his unobtrusive sti —e with the W I n the orde • given that all ens' again ii employ ws In 1940. hi n hi s payroll: Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ On Coming and Going EVERYBODY IS EITHER l %  or Iir of So I Well is al Lydda wail %  pli.ne • \ %  for a A friei :' the airport and Dr Burg -aid it %  emii led him of the woman who was standing bj the door in the psychial i Are you coming or go.ng? asked the psychiatrist. "If I knew, i wouldn't be here -he rep Y< think Frank Sinatra would be fornia making a movie or chasing ph in New York, but m> — he iin Israel I read an interview with him in n Israeli | Quite good interview telling some very %  nterestii about Sinatra's Ji ish relations, which 01 a fighl he had when he in having infant < hiW baptism — and all like thai itra cami to Israel I Irul to plaj a benefit for the bu youth cei Then story in the sami %  t bj turning his i stle nto a tourist ttraction. Hi Israe ,-h tourists ( Israi This was a bit surpi tended aa placi to run I s rael seeking lo attract them in y b> I thought. And yel I i nt prophets had pi I it When Zion re-esl ed, the prophets said, people from all the ions would Lei > up to the mountain oi the God "I Jacob." The prophet I n iitan outring into Israel. So ict non Jewish tourists is thus fulfilling those prophecies, It ioften assumed of course that non-Jews would not b" attracted to a Jewish environm nl The -'nine of this error is the moth'i of so many errors Ian Freud .'i shown that what people saj is often thi site of what thev actual!) think and the more they ;>: it itrue, thi b it. %  Drowsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN New Dimension For Children TEN AND A KID. By Sadie Rose Weilerstein P : %  tures by Janina Demanska. 186 pp. New Yonc: Doubteday. S2.9S. D O YOU KNOW ; twelvi Y Weilerstein's i K : .: [y printed tten, with cl • • • Janina Domansl 5250 Isaac Siegel M< i I th< L'nil : Stati This pre-. I Book i ncil of the Xatiot merelj giv< the lings at :• mid havi Thi setting is a Idy little t *n in Lithuat go. Then ai n m the family. Mommi Father and eight children, including the irn %  Reizel T • n is t Iso Gadya, the lit! %  goat, who appeared among them mysterious when the door had l>. tied : ir Elijah. Somel things ha] pen in the familv after Gadya arrival — ai one ialso caught up in thi intimate, -A arm of a small European village, in the joyous of the holiday.and in the Gemutlichkeit of the family Mrs Weilerstein's writing is like a new dimension in children':literature It is gentle w being weak and warm without being sticky Out >:' the lightest incident she drawa wealth ol good feeling and kindness — like the chapter on thi which the family called without-fish Witho had everything in it that goes into the niak.: boiled fish, except the fish, which they could rarely afford. But of coin-the little girl Teppele, "it would be better to have without-fish with I '-. %  %  Iventure For the child who readit the v >ook will bi dea: .:•--.-:: und in print WOMEN OF ISRAEL. Photographs and text bv Sam Waagenaar. 112 plates, 48 pages of text. New York: Schocken Books. S3.95. worn such varii 'ishoe importer p il lie tj mana ..• MGM opt i atii student itet and Inter Si ws Servici -portthe new I him well Hiall a which us many of them : i!. .i a portrait ol the nation — f< i n5 land. Four -toneact ; \ ischwitz is om Zip] ho • Israel, is another Nain i. the \ iti .glimpsi I at her charming bigamist or perhaps it was trigamist — but at least her hus i really stepping-stones into the State, ii storj of Kahele is the strangest ol all; Rahele an Italian Catholic from Sannicai a -mall group which "discovered" Jud .-elf. without knowing there were existence, and which, havii to their amazement finally being told tl people wenalive all over the world to Israel Ot coi rsi The book is a proud picture ; hood in its manj faces, looking out oi divers into the future, smiling its secret smili past, And the faces are wonderful Our Film Folk: By HER3ERT G. LUFT s • 1942, when H p of his his fact Thei ir cl Iren, then p %  %  ere to be tal %  : %  .: %  ma It • II ipons. Hi %  | As .. us Jews to the > ... it) • %  %  % %  to thi • is pro| the >udi lewish orgai thii hi • ess • ever lews for him Half in Israel, the resl are scattered t the world so 'hat thej ire • %  ku From the Federal Gi got one-third of the 150.that icoming to him .,n -'.' tor what he lost ilur.nj the Nail pel OH the Record: By NATHAN ZIPRIN Basic Need is Prayer T HE THOUGHT per:-tm some Jewish circl that the best Ami lev cai for themselves ito I about their own problems and di must of their em rgj and mone> as to such ca sea k segregation i iea. whuh itrotted out abus' : hetic teachings, is sound eni "hen applied in moderation and no! to exclu-ion of ministration of Jewish needand i These are t Jummst, Dr S t in An i: >h affairs Dr. Mai me to %  full forci pron all who seri isness that he i I thi [or integration Ju Ihmk ol %  en tl there yn that eth cat va i in the (its belongs in the f valui %  pell sun ... ntil thi rshii f the exi rcises u liti i i me fas spects • | • • • | thai me I holy sam turn to hi ai l i not to nda how i ver loftj its | rse s red pui pose in the f*gl I I % lity is to i., _.\ %  n pi oi tj in else I ol the lectern, our -> • templi t ol emptim -• • • Heard and Recorded •' facts the case in quest i Si % %  City has thi -h population in the w i !s th< most \ isitors of anj city in the world To i >rs do not come to see the Si York am more than they come to see the Poles or • who inhabit it. but if you traci %  Jewish contribution in the wa) I the art-, far fewer Visitin reality n ma) be said they also N i York. Abby Mann Skyrockets in 36 Short Months Holl} A BBY MANN, whom I me! at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium after he had n ceived th %  Kt lemj Award 'he best screenpla menl at Nui emberg," based on his own television script has skyrocketed in :it; moi from a virtual unknown to the third highest-paid wrier in Hollyw i He has wh two teleplays, "Judgment" and "A Chi lh originally presi tiled aTV specials and isequently adapted to the screen by the author bin -• %  • er. In .Mam: ; who didn't hetatel deal with %  problems to furnish pi nal ;i -' "ays ere prepared to accept Abb) Man's contribution his own words at the Academ) pre* "tatioi i writer's comment on the world he lives in ; "Ju Igm : at Nuremberg" he did II with bis account ol the War Crimes Trials n whuh the men who admlnisti the Nazi brand ol justice were brought to the dock to •• count to humanity In "A Child is Waiting." currently befori the earner. at limer-al International Studio.-, with Burt Lancaster and Judy Garland co-starring, Messrs Mann Kramer created %  compelling drama woven aroui led children — a subject never before brought to the screen.



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V.Trra (OS 1-xft IM + trlsirh*Hton Tndaj. May 25. 1962 Hebrew Academy Students to Move Into Hew Building Following 'Mishmor' Friday >•-s<: at MW tBOK "** imC %  ri* = **• %  -J* %  *. it*-* sjaasi en i* rtae • • raeea M -. y. %  %  .--• %  -... ->. ., .... Rabbi baumgard On TV Sunday • -. .*rt Ban • • -i 7' ;. < • %  -^ /.-. L •.*••• i • • per •. Red sad ;. •C • **y c i M cutW • how** •* Morranf. r a>* d rttv*r rhn r %  •<•." ••* Lsvu •*•* %  • !' W M fc s ekMrMi e* pe**.dorr• • i .'> I • : 1 O* r*c^nt *S new tehee I, •%  e* IsVen 5'^ •'•el ursg it'**.. r %  :-•--. > te^t j -.. %  •. ... v .... .'-.|" • I •. %  leave oi i-. • .. tea I .-•. Atlanta Jews Join Fund Fray (tituuoet proeube ibe ; wr id 2 r''jiOBjT •?--•• sad -*t*r7* 'cttuo. web *• thai case Tfc* tea**:'* pr r BM4HHI brscawre de*cnoe .-. c %  %  mat IT rtaausr i> -. •.r. it.'.' tgttti fleeted ..-. ;. > iBttlMM i r -' | <-.~. Hi :.:<:/.A-.-.-;'-." it Borne modern..•••.' building features of the new Academy to M veral member oi the hool'i fac..•/ Moving day ..-.to the institution at 24CC Pi.-.et.'ee di on Friday. Emanu-EI School Now Registering DURING THE WEEK... US I SEE II Cenfinuee' *rw P ?* 4-A persoas srest>s*oi seed -•: • • MM •>• > ••' .;(ad icaoee a Baud %  -.-:; • '. • pc -.-. -• ;--; •.-d .-. reeeal I %  '. I •' I | •' ;.-•;. k >rT: is •-.• UM dewesjd tr^.d nr. be i eervt avectl) presertioasl Is T^failure 'rf the lesda •• en .< r Mt '. •. % %  \,-*r. si the FeeersUon Miami Hebrew M Mil B'J • '-*•' i t DOM Book Storel JE 1 SMI • *o 4 P< %  ••• UM 1 "/.•;. rsther thai iodependeal %  rkefa Waal eftoel did oi of 1 be *. %  %  i < Mt Ql — not >. s dole but i ti %  7' n ;...Err an El reli giou s ••.-.-.. tudents for th<1962-63 academic year v. < • %  irted to stun up ih<'-.'. St 1:.time," explained Raphael K Yunei school tK^ard chairman, "because many famiUei aill f>e leaving the citj for their wmroer vacations once the' i irly June." The • gation'i Foundation eer day school com-' %  it and Hebraic studies • tan secular curr. culurr. ahicfa parallels the Dadej l system, will ,;!<-.a firth grade for the fir>t • in the 1 Registratioi I ks an open at ihitime for -tu<:sosh to att< : : th) Sfti n %  '::• % %  school, h< n gi lei are '.fered, and the Sunday school. which ha>a kindergarten :• NEWMAN FUNERAj. HOME "lUDAOfK r /A>0 iEf'ery-xi 1-7677 Edward T. Ntwmon REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Grtoltr Miami's loratit i. Olttst Supplier for 5^no5ogutJ, Hebrew & Sunday Schooll. tVr>Wesa(e & Sefoii ISttll, CIFTS AM0 NOVUTlEi 417 Waihington Ae. JE 1-9017 Robbi and Wife Hospitalized I Mrs I-raH Rabmoi,tz. of 64 Mei n %  • : The ment. I %  • • Rabbi 1 hei LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARR AND GARDEN uraum "THE SOUTH'S MOST BEAUTIFUL JE. %  ,,£-; CEMETERY** N.W. 25th ST. at 103rd AV TU 5-1639 PALMER MEMORIALS Ir •miumfl Othf JwrtS SMtMff i.i*Vr"HOCK OF AG€S" FAM1LY MEMORIALS Scheduled Unveiling* SUNDAY. MAT J7, 19*2 •It. i'mmi Cimrttrf WIUUM COOTNQL 2 Lcttiitt Ctmtttff HRCtGAtC J. LAW. 12 mt. See* Ccaeterr EOWAID J SMEtMAN. 2 .. H • i -. t Peace PALMER'S MIAMI VCSUMENT CO. 3279 S W 8th Street HI 4-09:' f-catt HI 4-0922 GORDON FUNERAL HOME FR 3-3431 FRanldin 9-1436 710 SW. 12th Avenue Miami, Fla. HARRY GORDON FIWOfNI IKE GORDON FUfUt-Al OlfcECIOt WE SPECIALIZE in CONDOLENCE BASKETS From $7.50 We Deliver FRUIT CIRCUS 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710 FR 4-8783 There cigHt -way and a. wrong' way JAAk kl\. GRANITE MEMORIAL ARTS 'It wish Division of; THURMOND MONUMENT CO, INVITIS YOU TO VISIT JHtlK SHOWROOMS AND DISPLAY IOOK ton JW0ST0KY WHITE BUIIDINC lafflBMS MAY Wt StRVt YOU AS WE HAVE SO MANY OTHERS 3253 S.W. 8th STREET HI 4-1614 — HI 4-2157 mtmOKIAlS Of BIAUTY DIGNITY AND PHMANINCY Certainly you would not wait for an rmfrpfnev te force you into taking out life insurance .. this is something you consider ralmlv. and decide on after thorough investigation. Doesn't •election of.sour family Memorial Plot merit the same judicious concern? Of course..That'rwhv \ *ant to find out about Miami's finoMeM Jewiah cetneterj loss) M unt Ncl Perpetual Care Fund (l.irti'-t of an) local l< >ieh Mery), alf-ady co.. %  Ill c renii • -.ry. it ukeynote a ; i for you e for tl Details will be i.-i your h MIAMI'S MOST BEAUTIFUL EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH CEMETERY g*P<^p„., %  %  ,,,1,1 m ,\ without I'bligalmn, full ml turn on Family Buna! Euatet in Mount ft I { 5 Na Address City. Zone State kcbcJLxbdxiWxJbdxJ^^ 5505 Northweat 3'd StreetPhone MOhawk 1 7693



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the W oman s World GROVE Hilda and Charles Gcrtlcr entertained with a large party on Sunday night in their charming waterfront home in honor of their 25th wedding anniversary Gay lanterns lit up the patio set w:th tables holding centerpieces of pink candles and glads with silver haves Greet.nsj the guests were the host, the attractive hostess, and their three lovely daughters Hilda in a chic square nicked peau de sole of fl >ral design on white with bell skirt Irrepressible nine year-oil Sherry wore full white doited Swiss with laced red corselotte Teen-aged Trudy, a junior at Miami Beach Senior H.gh, in dark print with snug bodice and dancing skirt Looking forward to her summer at Northwestern University, where she has been accepted by the school of drama ... A member of the Thespian... Trudy is a recent state-wide winner for her dramatic readings Third daughter, Susan, and husb.ind. Peter Olin, who will make the Gertlers grandparents anyday now Mother-to-be in red satin two-piecer in the empire style Hovering near. Peter's mother. Mrs. Joseph Olin Relatives rnjoyin'i the festivities, Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Rosenberg, Nat and Roslyn Bruverman, and from New York, practising attorney. Mrs. Pauline Field. Judge Gortlcr's aunt Among the many long time friends, the Alexander Kogans, Sylvia and Irving Kaplan. Helen and George Greenfield. HC %  A Mother's Day for Mrs. Sidney (Lee) Ohrbach difficult to improve on ... A champagne party at the iluber Gallery to preview the most recent paintings of son Richard A worthy candidate for anyone's 'best dressed list." blond Lee wore a chitblack Riveroy Mojena catoir silk jersey with opera-length pearls Chatting with Gigi Reynolds Carrier, ex-model, now builder, in sylph black Pauline Trigere original Gigi is returning to Paris at the end of the month, where she will represent Richard and set up several showings of his work throughout Europe The arti-t will remain here to continue his dual career in fine arts and interior designing Now working on the "Town House in West Palm Beach, and putting the finishing touches on the magnificent yacht "New Horizons" Others viewing the paintings, the Alan Cohens. Eva and Meyer Don. singer Lynn Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. I Ohrback. who jetted in from the West Coast for the occasion. Donald J Nardon, and Dr. and Mrs. Judd Breakstone Mr. and Mrs Aaron Newman, of 500 W. 49th st.. will visit with their children on Long Island before embarking on an extended tour of Europe and Israel Not only did Jacqueline (Mrs. Burt) Haft, soprano, offer a delightful program herself at the installation luncheon of the Ml Sinai Women's Auxiliary last Wednesday, she also presented her three adorable daughters Lisa 8. Wendy 5. and Robin 3. in idontical floral prints won feminine flounce, assured the doting audience in song and gesture, "I Enjoy Being a Girl." • Chemical engineer, .1 -riy R. Temchin. now graduating from Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Massachusetts, has accepte 1 I position at Naval Propellanl Laboratories, Indian Head. Md. His parents are the Max Temchins, of 4850 Biltmore dr., in the Gable; Mr. T. is president of the Minyonaires Joan Goldman planning to attend a summer session at Northwestern University's school of music Daughter of Ruby and Al Goldman. Joan is a junior at Miami Beach High and a member o| the A Cappella choir Another going north for a summer session, "Tici" t Patricia) Jay, whose pursuit of education will take her up to Harvard Cm versity ... A government major at the University of Miami. She'll be entering her junior year in the fall Rae and Paul Jay. her parents, motoring up to pay her a visit later, then continuing on a sightseeing vacation in the northeastern part of the country Rae, active in over a dozen community organizations, was hostess last week at a dinner party in the Gigi room of the Fontainebleau Guests, her co-workers in the Deeds Club, already making elaborate plans for their annual affair, a masquerade, in October. HC MC HC Tomorrow's Florence Nightingales, officers of the Future Nurses Club of Miami Beach High, installed Sunday Mrs. Helen Shevach. R.N.. founder in 1955. of the group sponsored by the Dade County Medical Assn. Auxiliary, conducted the traditional candlelight ceremony for the Ladies of the Lamp New presi dent, Elaine Berenbaum, succeeds Glenda Shuman Sandy siegei is the new vice president • • Members of Theta Delta, University of Miami religious honorary fraternity, recognize ability when the) see it Immediatel) alter MrLillian Rors, principal ol Beth Am's religious school, was initiated into the group, liiey elected her secretary Invitations to the organization are based on scholarship and ; ; p m ri ligious i'i] KM o rs Judge Milton A Friedman, president. District Grand Lodge Bna j p/rith, attended the BB international triennial convention tii week in Washington, 1) C The Herman Katims, iong-t.me residents lure, hosted a dinner part) rccentlj al the "GJurmetin Hollywood Guests were aunl Mrs. Mary Fedak. and Mollie and Al Herson, of Los Vngele Th • Hers, i s ire related to the former Beverly Katims husband," Herbert Sturman, now residing in LA too High I,..,, ,, ;;„. evening was a long distance call to the newlyweds u „ „ regarcs from deai friends, Linda and Dick Brickman ana B ends and Bob Shapiro, who happened to be dming at the table next to the Katims part) Intimate group ol trends al a farewell luncheon for Mrs Frances linn who'll be leaving soon for New York to visa with her daughter and grandson Bruce, 9 and attend the wedding ol ni-c, Friday al thi home of Vvette (Mrs, Micky i Kruass. hostess with Adrea (Mrs Harold) Sogloviti Huge pink confection in the enter ... the table served as the runway tor a jet Guftta were Mrs Charles Gertler. Mrs Betty Fmegold. Mrs Jerry" Sugerman, Mrs. Murray Knoble. Mrs. George Block and "Florence Mann invited th. entire clientele of her smart dress shoppe on Arthur Godfrey rd. for cocktails and hors d'oeuvres Saturday^ to celebrate with Mrs Mildred Angelus, popular receptionist, on her birthday. ,,.„ • Miami Beach clothier. Austin Burke, returning this week from France, where he attended the Cannes Film Festival and Di Grassi international fash.on show. eJewish Floridian Miami, Florida, Friday. May 25, 1962 Section 3 At a dinner party to finalize plans for the State ol Israel dinner of tribute to take place Sunday evening at the Diplomat hotel are co-chairman Leonard Rosen (left), Mrs. Rosen, and Mr. and Mrs. Julian Weinkle. To be honored at the dinner are Sam Blank, Samuel Friedland. Max Orovitz and Dan B. Ruskin. Carl Weinkle is dinner chairman. Making plans for the June 5 installation of Mrs. Leo Rutstein. Mrs. Philip F. Thau, presofficers of the Greater Miami chapter, Wornident. Mrs. Harold Thurman. Mrs. Ruben Poren's Division, American Society for Technion. ter, and Mrs. Meyer A. Baskin. are (left to right) Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag. Technion Women Will Install Officers June 5 Mrs Irving Lehrman will be installed as honorary pres.dent and Mrs. Philip F. Thau as president of the Greater Miami chapter. Women's Division of the American Society for Technion. Installation ceremonies will be Tuesday, June 5, 11:30 a.m., at the Fontainebleau hotel Others to accept the responsibilities of their posts from Leo Mindfill, executive editor of The Jewish Floridian, who will act as installing officer, are: Mesdames Meyer A. Baskin. Nan Cohen. Trudy Hamerschlag and Jack Katzman. vice presidents: Harold Thurman, recording secretary; Henry J. Nelson, corresponding secretary; Leo Rutstein, financial secretary; and Ruben Porter, treasurer. Mrs. Herman 3 Leffert. national president of the Women's Division. will be sponsor of the affair to honor Mrs. Thau and her officers and there will be no charge for the luncheon and no solicitation ot funds. Invitations have already gone cut to members of the Greal Miami chapter. Hostesses to greet guests will be Mrs. Ben-Zion Ginsburg, Mrs Jennie Grcssingcr. Mrs Jack Popick, Mi> David Ponve, and Mrs. Henry L. McCarthy Beth Tcrah Will Install Women At the in xl regular meetit the Mollie Kahaner Sisterho d on \.> ni sdaj e< ei ing, June i>. in the si cial hall cf Bi th Torah Temple, Mrs Leo Abrams, program vice i resident, will presenl a plaj •Merrily We .Mars Along." Th


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Page 4-B JewlsMcrldtor Friday, May 25. 1962 Seventy Pre-Schocl Children to Receive Graduation Diplomas from GMJCC Here j1 af Kiryot Me Ami, ham Zallen Abraham Fraidin '•'. ity z: the G:ec:er Miami Jewish comPeter Heller and Mr. end Mrs. N. Gorodetzer. munity in the %  .• of Israel, to be constructStan li tg are Eernard Silver. Mr. and Mrs. Ben ed under the auspices of the local Jewish NaSilver, end Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pevzner. tioaal Fund Council, are seated left to right, Breckiast was at the Fcntainebleau hotel Dr. Zev Kogan. Dr. J. A. Greenhouse, Abrc* ^-•k' One o{ the most heart-warming contributions to the New Horizons campaign of the 1962 Combined Jewish Appeal was this S400 check from the residents of the Jewish Home for the Aged, 151 NE 52nd st. It's being presented to CJA chairman Cal Kovens by Mrs. Sarah Cossik, president of the Home Residents Council. Beth Am Ladies Elect Officers Mrs. Byron Cherkas was elected president of Temple Beth Am Sisterhood at a meeting Monday. Other offi ers are vice presidents, Mrs Pa il G Fred Segal. Mrs MrMeyer Bni: r i Mrs. Joseph All etarV ;. in Mrs irt Gar\. Board of rd Alper. S im kowitz, Henrj I arlin. Fen Clem. M irraj Dubbin. Marshall Feuer, Ivan Fishi i Fox, Lewis Gillis, Harold Goldstein. Robert G Idstein, Paul Ka Jack Kamin .1 shua Segal. Ted Marks. Robert Newman. Norton Stgal. Sam Sherman. Stanley Wellies and Ida Herman. Nominating committee included MesdameJerald Ro>en. chairman. Mayer Brilliant. Nathan Games. \ Paul Goodman and Melvui Levinsun. Installation will be held on Satj urday, June 2. at the Everglades [ hotel. Mrs Feuer and Mrs. Clein i are co-chairmen of the affair to be held jointly with in.-tallation of the Brotherhood and general Temple membership officers. n of officers of the Temple Judea Sisterhood look (St week at Westbrooke Country Club. M man (center-, chairman of the luncheon affair, c. j successful function with Mrs. Donald Eonett Qefl Joseph Snyder. h Archon F< Phi Sigs / ned : stallation of a< VI' .'1 111 ae members of eta Tit. iter if Phi Sigma "IKI so • % %  held on T 1 rsda: %  Mil ,m the Phi Si i;ma Si* le at the Universi \ of Mil I "chon i' Audrey B'ir-k, wh 1 Pr dent of Nu V •>a T.v he "omen's hi r iry nl r '' She is the 'hI. i M-8. Arthur J of ( %  IT eers are Sue Men Gr ;ce i bon Jaj• %  crel record • i h • fir t vice F irch n; Mrs Melvin Harrison, reording secretary; Janet Sklow. corresponding secretary; Mrs. Seynour Kaplan, bursar; and Mrs. Myles Eaton, who will be serving ici third term as alumnae advisor. 'ew Camp Director New director for Dade Heights • .w-h Congregation's Camp Judea Herb Weinfelil, teacher at NorJunior High Previously athdirector of Greater Miami i Community Center. Miam. i Branch. Weinfeid has had oi experience in chil summer camps I •up. Sevent) | Wren will itioi 1 the Gl li ': %  :. i depi Mi • The I the i %  -V. [61 %  -. See thi r v rider thi rectioi [ Sirs Richar Upei S tl esl PTA chairman, and Mrs Samuel G rdon, Miami Branch PTA chairn. Diplomawill be presented by Mr. St %  Spieler, pn sideni : :•.• Mil mi YMHA Branch Children gra luating from the • YMHA Branch are Stephen Bretan. Suann Chin Epsteii \ idri • %  Gi fli n Geffei • %  Grabb, Lois Jai i vj i rshai H j ick. Sai Steii Waks • %  I • ff II .'lrCl rles Harri* >••-. \ rmar vshbes Mr-n, MrMiriam i Mrs I %  • i Piepei Mn Bevi %  > from the Miami YMHA .' > Friedm in, J il Walti r Gvi Ita. Robin II el Jaffer I %  LI '. %  Da\ id Nabul n -k;.. Lisa ler, Michael Soule. The teaches Mr-. Golda Cher-k> and Mrs Beatrici Kran At the Miami Beach YMHA ch, Robert D. Grossman, president, will present diplomas to the following graduates Corey Rich ;unty YMHA Branch diplomas to Sue Ellen Apti J Baumoehl, Bonnie Berman. i: ler, Warren Bloch. V. • Prezm. Harriet Cooke, i Fleisher, Daniel Gets, Kevin G Susan Goldstein, Michael G Bess Goodsteui, Jill GreenJeffrey Heilig, Jill Kahn, Chip K man, Jody Kkinman. Del \:ne. Brett Pavlow, Bruce Pa' Piskin, Peter Pollack Raskin, Janet Raskin, Mai %  I. Michael Ru--Harriet Wi The school will also parl in the activities of the ECD 'am under the i Stanli Ti ides Mr> Philip Ki %  .i : \1 .-S %  % %  I Mrs Ruth Baron, Mrs Chai Mrs i. '•: : l< li MrHarry Kaufman, counl chau man, has indicate I regit ns an no being ... nited basis at all sen ols Publix Opens Store on Beach Publix Super Markets' fir-t Miami Beach outlet, which opened recently at Collins ave. and 69th St .s its fourth Miami store and tl 78th unit in Florida. Coming from the Biscayne Boulevard Public. Lin wood Majors will be store manager, and Charles K< ly will be market manager. So far this year, the firm has h„ I four store openings, with at lea-l 11 more units to be opened bet' • the end of 1962 ENDORSED By Both Papers! tht Mxumi H*tr*li> i Braddock is a businesseriei i %  i I • • and the • training to help carry ul We think, as making group. THE MIAMI NEWS fyke^ LEVER 12-A N.M.Ur\ f We highly recommend Holmes Braddock, an insurance man with a long-time interest in school and youth work, Mr, Braddock has been %  an assistant director of student activities at the University of Miami and was engaged in counseling work there. He holds a U-M masters degree in education. He is an active PTA member, having four children in the county school system. We think his background and temperament suit him ideally for this responsible position. S



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Friday, May 25. 1962 Jkwlcfi n^rSHIiriri Pcc.e 15-A LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION^ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, NO. 62C 4601 ANTHl >N"Y A. I-1.< >I:I..N I I.N i: Plaintiff, \ s. VIOI.A P. FLI illKNTIMv I it fendant. •. > i VIOLA P. i i."i:i:\ri\K Apai nri. nl I I'. Meadow Court Al.w I. i 'lifton. NVw .1.--. You, VIOLA P FLORENTINE, Sr hereb) no) IIled thai .. Kill nl I 'omI'.IIMI for Divorce has been filed Insl you, and you at • required to .-• i \. a copy of \ < ur Answer or Pleading to the Bill ..( Complaint on thi l-|.iin ill '.attorney, A lll'OD CUTLER, 7'; Alnsle) Building. Miami i2, Florida and file the original Answei ..r Pleading In the office ul the Clerk oi i ii i .it Com i on .i hi i..i. the uei da) i .linn-. 1962. n > ...i fail to da no, Judgment by default mil be taken against you f.-r the relief demanded II. the Bill ..f 1"..nip!.mil This notice shall be |iubllxhed once .•;..|i week for four eonseeutlve A'eek* Ii IIII: JEWISH FLI mil for Plaintiff ii 1-11-ls-L'j NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEKEBY ISIVEN that tin. undersigned, desiring !•> engagi in i since* under th>fl. tltlous num...t I'li.Rll'V INFORMATION BI'KKAU ai Suite ''A. i"T i.in. ..in Koad, Miami Hi HI li. r loi Ida, Intend* lo register mild name Ith the > 'lei k ol Co in ol Dade Co .nt %  Floi i %  I M Ilorida, within six calendar month* from the time of the ti' HI pu or the same will Hated al Miami, 1 loi Ida, this daj ..f Ma} A.II IS62 JACK LEVIN Iti 'SB i •' IHEN SOL LEVIN AK\. cutor* CHEREN A (50L0EN Attorne) s for Ex. 81 T i %  I > lit; • i; Building Miami. Florida :. i • %  B ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! vJenisti ffcridFsar solicits your legal notice*. We appreciate y om i patronage and auarcntee accurate service at leccl rates Dial l HEREBV ISIVEN that Foi Sit \ .v.il. In. holder ,.: Coi nil Tax Sn le %  rl Ifli .it-No ... ., i %  he i-t da) ..t Juni A.U. %  | I... • led *ami In m> ofn e, and ha* ma I. i|ipll. .it Ion for %  t..\ dei .1 in i„ i. -::. ,i thereon Said CVrtifli He embrai p* the following described propel iv iii the "ounty "l lade, Stall ol i %  ktx • it I N 52 U Ft of E 300 El of Pracl \,,,.i p| of a Portion .'i Sub Si .II. .n : %  .. Township %  '-' Bbuth, llange 12 East, containing 16 Vcre* moi. or 1,-.-.-. Plat Book il Pagi -'• In the Countv .if Dade, st.it.ol Florida The assessment ..t raid propert) undei th.raid cei till. at. i In the ,, e of: s K Hydroponlo Htrms me. Cnleaa raid rertlflcati shall be re,l,, in. .1 a. %  %  •! ding to law, the property ,i, ; il,. i hi r-in w ill be sold to the highest bidder at the Courl Hou •• door ,,,, thi f r*i Mondaj In the month •>! June 1982, whli Ii is the mi das "' .1 • I9S2. Hated this I si das ol May. • '"-' E B. LE VTHERMA.N Clerk ..i Circuit Court. Hade County, Morlda i. ill .'..nit Stall in p.. M LBEPER. I"" :, i-ii l> :. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Stil'lt'K IS HEREBY Ul\ K> lhat tin .I,.:, rslgni I, I%  II Inu to i • in i .... undei :li. fictitious name of ATLANTIC OPTICAL SI PPLI, U v %  i i -i .: si M ami, iloi in A tin th., ,rk ..i in'"I" I ;, -"'''j M< >ltl,< >M HOl.HI.N Kl i n\ n. i 1IKHSE1. TEI ELM VN and M.i'-' H I n %  vppiu II U %  tfi | ...TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW x,. |HEREBY tJIVK.N llml • I,. i .1 .in' i % %  • Il VMINS CtlSMr I ICS at i.ii k\ n W-enin \II.IM Id ,. u Florida Inti i ds to ri iiisii i lh.. Clerk ... the Circuit ., County, Floi 'ta VV\SIIINC,ToN 'BUtl COMPANY M.VNEK M VNNIIEIMEB Al „ ... %  • Washington Drug ""'''"">' ., i. u-iH-ao NOTICE UNDER r-ICTITIOUS NAME LAW M. .,, k IS HEREBY SIVEN that LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. NO. 55805 B IN RE Estati ..I LOl'IS M \SKIN I'., i-a*. .1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS To VII I VII Pi I '-"iiHa> mu Claim* or Demand* Vgalnsl said I \ | i i of you are herebj notlfh-il -.nt an) I h you, or I'lthi r "f you, nm agalnsl t he estate of Lnl'IS MASKI X, ileci .il Int.. of Dadi %  i II, i" the id i > .i LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREBY ISIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring tn engage In business undei thi fictitious name "t A-L ASSi IC1 VTES at • I. llth Avenue, Hlnli ih, Florida, Intend to register raid naim nh i ". ( 'i. rk ol the i 'Ii uil i %  • -.ii t of I lade I "ount) JACK AT'II'ST HIERT LITOE t. -ll-18-2o NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY ISIVEN that thi undersigned, desiring to engagi In IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 5161 VIMEE P HERNANDEZ, Plaintiff, \ s SANTIAGO HERN AN I >EZ, I'. i. n.lant NOTICE OF PUBLICATION In SANTIAGO HERNANDEZ, AI 'I 'HESS I'NKNi I\VN YIH SANTIAIStl HERNANDEZ, addresg unknown, .•:•• %  reiiuired i. file ...in answer t>. the complaint for dii ,v ith the i "lerk "I the above Court, and serve a cop) tieof up..ii M r Negn tti. Attorni Congress llldg., Ill N K 2nd Avenue, Ml ml, Floi a i II lune l v I-. omplainl n ill I • taken t. .-.-..I. il thi* llth da M 1962. i: II LE VTHERM VN. I ilk, Clri It C irl liadi Count '• rida B) X \ HEW K I r ity Clerk .; | -v NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Nl iTlCE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai th. undersigned, desiring to engage in %  • i UIUICN lh. lltl NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREBY '-Vi X II I the undersigned, ib airing t. engagi busini ss under th. ftctitloi nami : ll.i.KII'A PHYSICIANS WHOI. SA LE I IRI 'G CO at 3146 I "oral •• a Miami. I-1, rid Intend* li raid name with the Clerk ol thi C cull i "ourt "f l 'aile I !ount) Fli I H • %  TOBACKS GROVE PHARMAi 1. IN '. i A flit. Corp.) S<-Ui uvm-r %  ', NOT ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl I the undersign. I, desiring to engage n li islness under the fictitloui ... ItOHNE SPECIALTY COMPANY il ;..:. E loth AVI I I.al. ai.. I loi i ti nil t.. register raid nan,. :ii i i i "lerk of thi Circuit i !oui t %  : Daue Counts'. Florida. ROGERT BRAl'N v:i I. KOENIQ County, and iidtr thi fictitious name of the Count) C"Uithous. in RANE TILE AND MARBLE at L2. |..,,l.. County, Florida, n Ih six ral\\ 32nd Avenue, Miami. Florida, In.,i M INVESTMENT I'O.. c i H mdar months fi thi lati %  : thi lei.ds lo register raid name with the Cinder, 9200 VV Baj Harbor Iri\ first hereol >.u.l claim* clerk of the Circuit Churl ol Dade demand* t.. contain the legal adCounts'. Florida. VLPREI I il BERNAUDi %  SIMON, HAYS .V 'SKI XDWERO AUome, I..,Applicant ( „.,,.,,..„ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N. 1T1CE IS HEREBY ISIVEN tl I ih. undersigiu d, ill siring to i %  II. flctltlouf I • w %  iSSoCl iTES al %  v \\ ami, |. lorida inti i tu ri '.I name with thi I he Circiil Courl Florid MORTON i-r.MMIN'.s SHEY IN, G" H M '.N & H< 'I TZM V < \ %  • ,.. M i %  \— elate* P,\ SYLVAN X HOLTZMAN i nt.iin the legal ailI lh. .lam.ant and to h. s" nl ti ... .nid pi. -• m. .1 iafori said, oi -.. ran .i ... Imi Date \i" II 26. A I %  %  -' Flrsl publication on Ma) I, 1962. MAX HELKANH Ai Bxe< i'..i of the l.-.-i will and Ti %  II nt ..l l.i HIS \l V8K IN I leci a • .1 HENRY XORTON 1106 I ;!%  a) ii.. Building Miami, FI la Attnrnes :. %  : Exentutor 5 I-11-1K-26 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. N0.55857-C IN RE Estate ol JANE WARDLOW PRETTY MAN I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 56006 IN RE Estat. EH1EL I.KSOWI I|II:I: i...-....-. .i NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said I. %  i %  You are hereb) notified and required lo IT. sent any claims and demands hi. h >..II may have against ih,. estate ..I EH1EL LESOWODER, deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the Count) Judges of Dad NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW lb. Clt\ of Miami Beach. Florida, In-I NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVT.N tl tend to register thi said name with tin undersigned desiring ti '%  thi Clerk of the Circuit Courl ol Dade business under thi fictitloui County, Florida NEITCNE il VN] i ...tiii at Mian Florida, thin Ith day ..f Ma). 1962. R I BINDER partner 115VIN.; in >Si FF—partnei MIMI S 'HATZilERG—pnrtni r MARILYN HARRIS! IN |i n tner A CDRE Y s< 'HNEIDER—partner VLAN 15 LORBER Attoi n. > I. r Applicant Washington Federal Building 17"1 Meridian A\ nue Miami Beach, Florida :. 11-18-25ItAGS at %  : %  %  : N W 36th A vi Ml %  12, Florida, int. to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dade County, "NEPTUNE DISTRIBUTORS, INI A Florida I'orp. 5, 4-U-18-25 £t55TJJ= T i-ocniTiiBii County, and file the same In duplicate Ti I Esi ill You ai.hereby notified and required t.. present an nd demands which vou nia) have agalnsl the estate of JANE W ARDLOVV PRET\l v\ ,, • M iml Beach and Mi.mm ... %  • Florida, %  County, i,„| f,i. ,!,.. ran in duplu ate and .. i in Sei tion i IM It'.. M la Statuti in their offlci In the I ounty Courthouse In l>ade County. Florida. .thin -i\ ali ndar monl i from tne %  im, of the first on hereot, ill |M harred i ..,-. dial i rid n It" l.iv of Vprll V.D 1962, GEllRGE VV I. I 'It KIT Y.MAN %  .. i •.. ul. r Col al .; As i Fli -' publli all II ol in notice on the Ith da) ..I May, I96S JOSEPH C. I.AISSKI. Vttornev foi Gen w. I. Prettyman, Vdminlstrator of the Kstate > VV -I Street, -,:.. Florida MO '.'',•.',,.,...-, County, Florida within six .al.ndai month* from the time "i the flrai publli it Ion hen ..f. ..i the samg ill be I..H red Dated nl Miami. Florida, this nth da) of May. A D. 1962. ANN \ C( IRNFIELD Kl l: VVELLISCH \ Executor* VVELLISCH .\ IHU'GHERTY A ti..i ti. ys foi Estate of EIIIEL LESi VVODER, Dei • ii 'ongri %  H illdlng Miami, Floi i 5 IS-25, 6 l- NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai th. undersigned, desiring t gage in %  under the fictitious name ol VIR CONDITIONING AND HEATING VSSOCIATES at 2035 N VV 192nd Terrace, Miami. Morlda, intend to register said name with the Clerk ol the Circuit i "ourt of l tad., i 'ounty, Floi Ida. SIDNEY ROSE s..le •" ner 5 n-l\-2.'.- i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N. ITlCE is HEREBY GIVEN lhat t h, |i led, desiring to engagi In 8-23-6 l business tindi tltlous name •; TERRY'S Vl'TO SERVICE at Bgll Bisi in. Boulevard, Miami. Florida. intend to reglstel said name with the Clerk of th. Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. IAI LINK WE1NRICH Suj N E, SSth Strei t Miami. Florida HOWARD R H1R8CH Attorney for Reglstranl mni Blsi n • n. Bo ilevai .1 Mi '"'" %  5 11-18-25 I l IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 55866C IN RE Esl Vltll VHAM GOLDSTEIN I.. as. .1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or I'emands Ag si Said Kstal NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desirlni; in engage in business under the fictitious name ol ARNOLD ENGRAVERS al 1675 s vv %  iTtli Avenue, Miami. Florida, %  D ..ti : said n line ith til of the I "Ircull Courl ol Dadi i Ida ARNOLD NEW'M VN Sole •'" %  i' KESSLER & GARS i • %  i-ney* for Applli is s \\ 1st Street :, |l-l.s-2o-6 l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN lhat the undersigned, desiring to engagi in ,. nim ndi : the fictitious m AM TERRAZZO fi TILE CO. al N x "••> Street, Miami. In* nds to '. ;,'; re'gisti i ild % %  II with the Cli rk ol ','•,.',',! lh. • • ... Dad. County. Ilorida MEDINA TERR VZZO & TII.K IN' v pi Corp VRTHl'R KARLICK Attorne) foi Applicant :'.lnl Blsi .i n. Blvd. Miami. Fli rldn mint). VSSOC IN'' NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chaplel 20722 *£?."' Fli, A \ :m. % %  %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N'.i'i ICE Is HEREBY • ivi.N that :., • ilerslgncd. d.s ring l; mi.I, r the fictitious mill' of \l \|;-| [ COLLECTION Vt.l'-Nl 1 at nade County, Florida, Inti nils to I sg|t,. r -..id nun. with thi Clerk "I nil Coi rl of Dade < ounty. 1 I„ |. K oN ASSOCIATES, INC I .'.V II. MARX FABER Attorne) for Applicant 1812 Congress Bldg 4.n.ig. da) ol April. A D. (962. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN NOTICE UNDER FACTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni ITlCE IS HEREBY GIVEN I the underslgm d, di nil Ins I gagi In business undi r the fii tltlous name %  •• %  .I'ARI.IGHT CHARM SCHOOL al I S.W 1 -'Ith Stte. I, Mian tends to ti ; n* mi II ]| Clerk of the I "ii %  ill i "oui I of i adi Y, ,i at.hereb) notified and requlri„ unl y, Florida. ,.,l in pi cseiil an) i lalms I de| mands which you ma) havi agalnsl the esl i. ABRAHAM GOLDSTEIN deceased lati of Dade t'ounty, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Honda, to the Count) Judges ol Dade CIRCUIT COURT OF THE County, and fli. th.sain. In duplicate EV ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF provided in Section^ FLO RIDA IN AND FOR DADE EDITH ZIPP Sole i i" 11. I ,6 l-S 733.16, I lorida Statuti In their offices In ihi Counts Courthouse in Dude Couni j. Florida, Ithln six i ah ndar ,. time of the flrsl ,ii,.n hi i. of. oi the same will lie harred. Hated al Miami. Florida, this 26th -. ii-i-2i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai lh. -in.i. rslgm lo i a-..• %  I" .in. -undei th. I %  tltlous nami ;>f MIAMI SHORES TRAVEL CENTER. INC ai .:•-'•. N i: 2nd AN %  nue Int. mis i,, ,.'-, name With th. Clerk ., ,hi "ouri of Dad. County, SHORES IAVE1. CENTER INi It; italph Evi ri It, Pri sld( nt HILL .\ I" "~ Attorne) I n Shores I ravel ""'' ""' :,/18-25,6/1-11 :-l \;%  ,S.1 M Amended, ,.,,. ,,; In Hie Clt) ol Miami. ntyol ,,,.,, s,.,,. %  '• %  %  :;•':'The "'' ; %  N ()| ( i i • was In tne 'r:V?.:.,.„. ha here. '"'" „ | herel will %  hi.Mer ni in. I'" 'rl Hoi PS '{'he ,h h" %  nty, I (ClrcuK C nt s.a 1 ; Bj i: M LI l'l" IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO. 55880B III RE: Eati I ,. ,,,„ ORRA E GRANGER NOTICE'TO CREDITORS To Ml Creditor* and Ml Persons Having Claims or Demandg Against said K \','lr.,i. hereby notified and requlr. ,,, %  ., ,.,, -.nt an) claims and demands whlcVyou mas hav, estate ... „l;l;t E GRANGI <: ,,, |idp County. Florida, to ihe •'"! judgi nl Dade County and file ,. dupll .in and ].I..M.I..I in I, I,, I-. .,• irtbouse iihin six i •n %  %  i n ii.ii.. County, Florida ai.ii.ia, months from [he I line of th i hen I %  he -'"" uiii be barn .1 Hated ..t Miami. Iirlda, f Ma) K.V '"' ,.., H EL PENN1 l \ Vdm nislral W V LTER B LBBOWITZ .,,,.. ni > for R 'I I' : "' ,„ ,, reel, Mian Florida this mi As Executoi MILTON A FRIEDMAN Vttorne) for Estate lltl Alnsley Bldg. 5 18-85, 6/1-8 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA, IN PROBATE NO 52099-C IN RE: Estate of JASON II' ISENBERO, NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE A COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO 62C 4082 SMIL1E BENTON, Plaintiff, \ s. IHiRA BENTON, I ii fendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO DORA BENTON S.i Ridge st:. • t Tuckahoe, New York Y..U DORA BENTON, are hereb) notified that a Bill of Complaint ror l ilvoi a n.i you has bi .n filed agalnsl you. .,.'. n quired to serve i copy ih. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN the undi rslgned di siring to i image In %  • in. ti. tiii.. iname ..i w ,.. vveii ue to re| Istel said Clerk oi the J Courl i "tS Florida tl i ST VTE I >E\ ELI IPM EN .a >i;l i iRATII >N KOVNER S M VNNHEIMER Attornes I ^ I : ^' •'' I ., velopmenl Corporation of your Answer or Pleading Jo th. -, ;..; Bill" of Complaint on the Plant rrsn l_ tornev ROBERT II TRAl RU. H .— •Mind duPont BulWli Miami. 1 A rftPIBtS t' i. and file tl" v ':,".' ,„. |.|,. : „i,,e In the nfdci nl thi I lerk ... |h, <'ir. im Court on .a befi n tne lay Of .Inn. .ad.. 'ount) Floi Ida, for api >.,,,i Final Ri and for distribution and final dlschargi as Executrlces ol the estate of tl %  above-named deci dent. 'Tin"' Mav ''" MILTON \ I i. KDMAN, Attorney iili Alnsli j i Miami 32 > %  loi .. 5/11-1S-2 '• (I ii Courl S. all By: It. M LYMAN 11, nut) I %  Hi JERT II TRAl*I i. vif • .1 i duPonl i Miami, Florida Vttorne) foi Plaintiff 100 COPIES-$2 (PHOTO OFFSET) ANY DOCUMENT fClUB BUUiriKS UTT RtPORI PUADINGS) ,8i. ( ll orS x14 Black A White) Reproduced On Bond Paper WHILE YOU WAIT! CASH S. CARRY SUNSHINE PRESS 95 N.E. 13th Street Phone FR 1-0815



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Page 14-B fatter ftrrirfi^r Friday May 25, ]%2 Pearly Gait by Hal Pearl LOUiS BAIDA Advertising Unit Elects Baida Louis Baida. | rt -. i til of Louis allies, has -.dent (if the Advertising SpecAssn. i:" Sc nth Florida. %  indy Polanici president and %  %  %  asurer. thi .: specialindustry [or the past 12 years, La:< a the A IvertisMiami. I da Res and Bon Vivants He is a!o offiliated with Hotel Mai til Assn Miamie Chamber of Commerce, Miami h Chamber of C im mi SI %  • Chambi r !'.;'en:i Vista Lions, Adver. "y National Assn. Beth Jacob Reelects Frank At thi meet Frank ted for his ..presi..... reli used tl I %  .. • • it : ••. Frank will be K I Baida, financial %  en tarj; ai %  y Tendler, rei Rabbi Til i v '> spiritual h Jacob. KING ARTHUR'S COURT The SINGING STRINGS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART BRUNS, Co-Owner Founders Club Reelects Wien V. v %  m i onti -' %  tioi ol 150,00 5U..I Hospital. H pc'rpeTu.fef. *2 pital's 1 md purposes of Ml Sinai H 5 third t< rn % %  i d assists thi hospital in hairmai th 72,1 ds to meet current ne minianticipated growth dub frit i V GRANADA HOTEL 1013 MERIDIAN AVE. MIAMI BEACH 0496 opf'i ALL YEAR SiOn p r Hjl! O'r person 2 '"", %  -i^-n ALL ROOMS 3 K< IS DAILY EVA 4 -FR Owr WONDERFUL WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT: The first "Made D Miai Beach extravaganza f its type. "Aqua Spectacular." is hold%  : % %  in the Cor ention H ta> 26. Bob Maxwell, who the •' ler re\ue, h hand in a numl i I water s at ocean! nt hotels s is his lirsl move thi summer months, touri cities including fairs ai Practical!) all the prim es I Dade count: I • that won't be of native vintage Floridian" when it hits ih< road will be the water used in the huge lank. There's talk that the Fontainebleau's La Ronde room, which has been closed to the public since last summer, will reopen with a revuetype show, maybe something on ice, the coming summer. In the meantime, the public, as well as the guests of the hotel, have been cavorting ; n the colorful Bocm Boom room, where two fine musical aggregations, that of Chero and his Del Prado orchestra and Frank Natale Trio, have made the dancers happy with a variety of Latin and American tunes. Z.ggy I are is emcee. The nightly show starts at 9:30 The swank Club Gigi features Lenny Dawson's orchestra for dinner dancing. "Vive Les Girls" is the s evue on I Ihi -';. %  :.s thi] 5 at ; mi i pact Fohn and Rene Arnaul the j p of ml i %  ': I r the s inter'.'. HERE AND THERE: 1 Diploma) y enterti -:% %  • ighl %  I ering the goll ineni service ler outstai is is the bt Hotel :" ine. I mart s arties Thi i lador is open £ s and danci During thi i I I the delightful Gazebo room, near the ( per lur breakfast %  THE SPORTS SCENE: Thi : theii %  the 1 i i %  i entity, with u eel I • .. ati that n me that, for I : \"oi Shores for IS 1 fixture a! No] has tivily i ng this week. The ol I :Chico Mi ;o an injury to his i ighl THIS WEEK'S MOVIES: "La Notti The \ English sub-titles, make.its local bow at thi N ,i Italy's top three directors, Michelangelo Antomoni. "Dentist in the Chair," produced by the same British outfit that gave us "Carry on Nurse," holds over for a second week at the Mayfair and Sunset. Featuring the same cast of comedy characters as its predecessor, "Dentist in the Chair" is another romp in modern slapstick tricks, with similar touches of spice and smirks that identified "Carry on Nurse." The action, as the title suggests, takes place mainly in a dentist's office, instead of a hospital, which was the scene for "Carry on Nurse." Yocks and howls in abundance are contributed by the audience, instigated by the horseplay and blushing episodes in the dentist's office. Kirk Douglas takes to the saddle again in 'Lonely are the Brave. at the Carib, Miami and Miracle, and 163rd St. Theatres (his week. However its a modern melodrama and suspense tale, set among the sagebrush. The sheriff and his deputies beat the brush seeking jailbreaker Douglas, chasing him in patrol cars The hem does prettj well, considering he has the disadvantage of horseback instead of I bucket -eat. Geena Rowland* is the girl in the drama I RESTAURANT ROW: Round-the-clock service is a feature of the popular Cafe Jardin Suisst at Ihe Honey Plaza Yes, the -mart center of dinmg activilj serves its variety ol delicious foods 24 hours a day, Featuring the finest in cuisine from a snack to a full course dinner. the new eye opener in continental service and atmosphere on the eh. in a short while has i uill a big trade ol stead) patrons among the try, from all set tii ns ol Dadi i unty. Fu Manchu, the oldest and best known Chinese American restaurant on the Beach, offers 101 menu items, that's a fact. Now the owner, our good friend AI Goldman, has added special preparation ef dashes there for those on a alt-free or cholesterol-free diet. J: |( tell your wait.ess of your specific diet, and you'li enjoy your favorite Cartorese dishes prepared forthwith to suit your taste. Same goes fcr orders for the hone Take out and delivery service is on tap every day of the wek at Fu Manchu. d i "— v ,ieOpen A 45 C* **** ****** / MISS JONES YOUR UPPERS ARE IN PERFECT Shape! DENTIST IN THE CHAIR Starring the CARRY ON GANG PEGGY CUMMINS • BOB MONKHOUSE rL^i, KENNETH CONNOR • ERIC BARKER parkway Vj^theatre *-T5* b3sV4-IS Open 6 i5 INTERNATIONALLY ACCLAIMED' Gra-d Prize Golden Bear Award normandie v!Tr. theatre Open 1 45 %  6-4:4 MOTION PICTURE LANDMARK Of OUR | TIMETODAY F li BREAKWATER HOTEL Beautiful Air-Conc!::ioned Hotel Rooms and Pulmanettes at Special Summer Rates. • TRfE PARKING • NTM BtACH CHAIRS JSVD IIMBKIUA: • rYfWWR ROASTS AND PlANHtD fNltKTA!*lNT JE 1-1134 Miomi Beoch UNIQUE! MAGNIFIQUE! CAFE' s jomc.'hi'ng new in Wiring • ... Fre< JARDIN SUISSE HONEY PLAZA HOTEL J3td Street ond CotTins *nut • Miami leodi • JE 7 S09 f U MAWCtfU "Chinese Food Is Best For lout'* All our food is individually prepared. 101 outhent.e items to choose from! If you ore on o Soft-free diet or Cholesterol diet, specify the exclusion of salt and th use of corn oil in your order. You'll be pleasantly surprised. I OPEN DAILY EOR LUNCH, DINNER on) SUPPER FU MANCHU RESTAURANT 325 71st St., M.B. UN 6-4303 Take Out and Delivery Serv.ce rO TOW'S o4 FISH MARKET Handsomest Seafood Restaurant anywhere in the world!!! LUNCHEON from BSC Srit'.f D FH<_M 11:45 A V. DINNER from ** **rec<.-fs' -is COCKTAIL LOUNOB Amptt ttnc.s PHONE: P % / .-,- i RaUunnt • 865-8688 • prem.sa 1900 N. Bay Causeway (79St Causeway) Miami Beach • — A OPEN EVERY NIGHT LT2l_^ >70 M N.jtf..^ST. f VSVffSfitl ? fk FR 4-2655 i



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FriJcry. May 25. 1962 +Jew1sti rhridfatn Page 5-B At recent doncr luncheon of Ner Tamid Sisterhood at the Coconut Grove Playhouse are to rigM) Mesrinmes Irving Weinqrcii, financial secretary; Ado'.ph Greenbaum. treasurer; Era Rosenfeld, c :;ding secretary; Cctrlton Blake, rccordir.a secretary; Euaene Labovitz; Murray A. Shaw, prasiden!; Eugene Schwcrz, donor vice president; Louis Cohon, past president; Louis Gold, past president; Samuel Gomberg; and Henrietta Fine, vice president of ways and means. Miami Beach Hadassah Installation Finds Officers and Guests in Height of Fashion Temple Emanu-El Players rehearse one of the lively dance numbers which v/ill highlight their production of "My Fair City." Scheduled for Saturday and Sunday evenings, 8:30 pm.. at Miami Beach High School Auditorium, the cast of forty features from left) Lottie Pincus, Philip Stern. Stella Mitnick, Joe Serlick. choreographer. Barbara Bessey and (kneeling) Reuben Levine. Proceeds will go to the Temple's religious school. r > HELP WANTED MALE BOOKKEEPER FULL CHARGE \ Institutional or hospital ex\ perience preferred, must un derstand Yiddish. Excellent future. 5-Day Week. Submit J resume and references. State j E salary desired. Write Mr. S., Box 2973, Main Post Office, \ Miami 1, Fla. MAN or WOMAN Extra large room, private phone, no other roomers. Near all buses. Call 9 A.M.-11 A.M. tor appt. MO 5 5936. 5731 SW 6 St. I nurse from 11 P.M. to 7 A.M. WOMAN WANTED TO STAY WITH SEMI-INVALID Prepare light meals, no cleaning. Call UN 5-5952 Merasrid Set Fer Lesowoder y/ivo i nmittee of Gn I : emorial s : ir th el Lesowo lay e\ rung al the Farband ur.il Center, 842 Washington ave I v odi i. who died Apr. 28. as chairman of the Yivo for many years, He was pre! of the I f the Miami Beach chapti the leaders ol many groups. Installation brunch was held last Wednesday at the with Dr. Irving Lehrman conducting the ceremony. Assuming the | resi en< j ol \. er for i set ond term. Miss lan (In se a black gn on white pique : in black fi r the occasion. Her mate! ;. and white tui a trimmi d with a crown of black mi ,i perfeel trip to Israel on I a f i I • %  %  %  Cl irm in i I the day, Mr c-ph presided in a line frock with faci textured age rose I : .:'.• of the pri Irs Ban e Beckerman, v... tired in lace < \ er beige nylon with satin cummerbund and bow, and a tiny white floral hat. Also at the head table. Mrs Philip Thau, in an attractive new silk perwinkle ensemble w.th double-breasted bolero jacket and tiny mandarin collar completed with matching point d'esprit maline toque A past president of the Brandeis group, now assuming a vice presidency on the chapter level, Mrs. Thau will be the first president i i Or : imi cha| er, -.: lerican Te< tinioi on Iune 5. Sheath with bold dia] i i and re i I c Mrs. : : '->..:. A tin} •.. t ...n in the %  shade th i" rl \ ill -i: ofl thi irful an I attrac tivi cost .'. bj Mrs. Nat Bartl I i -. Squares in sh and will >.'. grei n ttered %  n a sleeveli ss linen i leevi i li ted with a %  ill I I •.:


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Paqe 2 B k* ist Ft* riiimr Friday. May 25. 1983 i si wen %  %  %  %  Jewish Home for Aged Auxiliary Will End Season With Officer !nsfal!aiion %  %  %  a % %  lit Jon to | -. %  Itl $!z '>/) anil -a: port MORE THAN EVER YOU CAN be younger looking with mild, mild Palmol'rce % %  %  ... %  %  M I %  %  • .%  • • %  %  -' %  i %  • Ml Mini s 1 Mi Xah and in Mi ,.%  %  : Mrs. Bai Meyei 3am Rosl Mi Mrs. Tobias S !.. Mai man, will mtrod Harri KM anie'l at the mo > %  Mr? Biboi %  %  %  Mn Ch : :••-.-• %  it b Massage vigorously with | refreshing mild palmolive lalher. Rinse and pat dry. Annual Baccalaureate Service The IM raduati m Miami Beat h Senioi El • %  S itui li. tongre rat m has it : calaureal R ( prin ipal I tl i|] • j '•'"' r the foil iwing Student Cow Hauler, president; Kelsa Gidney. vice president: and Leon Firtel ecretary of the Interior. Clubwomen Will Attend NCCJ Proorzm Clinic % %  %  1 %  %  Pioneer Women Plan Events : • • • • t barbecue %  • : -.• %  Mr> Soph aae) r.* *_jc,emoers. • • %  %  banter of 1 • •• (for members ai %  • SelU M. AND MRS. CANTO* Zion Service To Honor Cantors %  ... Pie .. re • • I tl i 1 tl %  : of It %  • D*de cow •> tre 11 pc iting the NCCJ and will il • %  -•• als in tl iter. Templi I tl en elebrat %  ring l te I port • to thi iti %  The in tors ha vi the past 25 id are well.... %  %  '•!' %  • • •. active m the ess hi i ln< bj %  -. J Edward and S i The i )-•. Shabbat foil II \A-pnaored bj Mi and Mrs J. E tor and Mr and Mrs. Sau Parties Set At Westbrocke Mn • too Kay. MrHarold ind MrLouu Lei •---• %  two t.iz par' %  t Westbrooki • • %  '•: %  • %  rial Daj the Club vVestbrooke ill hold a Freedom, lanci and • saturd '' n'Swim itei !ld h : luau SugC ln e NOW You Can Drink All The Iced Tea You Want WITHOUT Gaining A Single Ounce 4-0*. Size Bottle Only 75o At Lading rood Star.. If you like CHEESE KREPLACH TRY NEW PINK PALMOLIVE •nccrHec/ with bmaviy crmom of FAMILIAR PASTEL GREEN PALMOLIVE TETLEY TEA INSTANT OR IN BAGS NtW —*iati tcd '.a % %  >p walw. Tetley has that full, wonder, ful "Any little tea leaf flavor". You'll love CHIF 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 15c per serving! A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 it*!. ^Pttn* AUGUST BROS RvZ I %  rhr actr' *Deep rich mellow tasty... B ICHLESSi i no other cheese in the weld hits the spot like GENUINE IMPORTED SWITZERLAND SWISS CHEESE Buy it sliced or in a hff tasty chunk today for sandwiches, omelet*. salads, canapes for breakfast, lunch, supper ami icebox ratidiiiKIt's the one cheeks everybody loves for true ta*am of Switzerland 1 Ta'am of Switzerland!



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F'iday, May 25, 1962 knittn-rriidlictr 'Miami Group' to he Cited Sunday Pace H-A Continued from Pane 1-A 1. nd is chairman "f the Greater Miami Israel Bond organization The join' efforts of the Miami. leading to many successful mversifie I Interests in Israel, had uI • ginnin i n the nighl ol N'ovember 29. 15M7. and their succe in the years since Israel's birth has contributed to Israel's economic di vt lopment. in November, 1947, as the United Nations debated whether there was to be a state of Israel, the Arab nations surrounding Israel waited to pounce on her in the event of partition. Orovitz at the time was in Israel. While dining at the Kate Dan hotel in Tel Aviv, he was approached by Xaver Federmann, unofficial purchasing agent for the Jewish underground defense loree — the Haganah, Federmann introduced himself as owner of the hotel and asked for the loan of $5,000 in American currency for one day. It turned out the loan was to pay for refueling a vessel which had Samuel fricdland MPX Oroviti Dan Buskin Sam Blank Stores, Blank, president of National Bran s, Ruskin, co-owner then v Hi Orovitz cf Publit Gas Co to join him in creating a venture whi< h was later ti known Internationally as "The Miami Group," Immediately after the < stablishmenl ol the StaU ol [si a I 11 years go, the gn up's first venture was the construction of the Dan hotel in Tel Aviv, As it prospered, they reinvested earning in other Israeli t nterprises, including orange groves, housing developments, (ther hotels, an asbestos pipe factory, a bank and oil explorations. Today, the group owns Israel's only hotel chain, which includes the Dan, King David hotel in Jerusalem, Accadia Grand hotel on the Mediterranean, and is completing the Dan-Carmel atop Mt. Carmel Nearly completed are the Shaar La Negev hotel in Bcersheba and a tourist class hotel near Tel Aviv. Investments in these projects alone are ten million dollars. Flanked by members of the host committee for a dinner of tribute to take place on Sunday, May 27, is (second from left Leonard Rosen, co-chairman of the dinner with Carl Weinkle. From left are Cal Kovens, Rosen, Julian Weinkle, Sidney AllBin and Paul Faske. 37 Graduate At Beth David In 1951, the Miami Group participated in the erection of an asdemocratic Jewish State, of its tremendous economic potentialities run the British blockade to seunder the tree enterprise system, bestes cement plant in Nahariya, cretly land a boat load of "ille'' n(l <)f ,no Wisdom of collaboration in the northern part of Israel, gal" immigrants. | between private enterprise in the This plant is said to be one of the ( i.ited States and private initiative most modern in the world. On that fateful night, as the two n ,sracI .. .. „„., ,„ _._,,i M _, „j >w i r .L r .Now. the group JS participating witnessed the landing of the refu-; i> )n his return to Miami. Oroi„ one of its most ambitious progees, they %  were irrevocably convita interested Fnedland. chairk-cts, the construction of Israel's voiced of the fut ure of Israel as a man of the board of Fo od Fair 1 only skyscraper, a 34-story office building in Tel Aviv Beth Sholom Men Slate Medicare LfSS SIS? SS532 T,„,U v. i r -T, „ Corporation, Ltd., with the aim of Brotherhood of Temple Beth Board of directors are: Joseph concentrating the various interests Sholom of Miami Beach will sponAlter. Joseph Ash. Harry Bark.n. i owned by the Miami Group and by sor a program on "Medicare—Pro Jason Berkman. Dr. Ralph Cobb. Pedermann Enterprises in Israel. and Con" at its final breakfast Aaron Fsxr. Murray Herlands, HarThe groups enterprises, either as ov ners or participants in ownerin totality: Dan Hotel Ltd.; Accadia Hotel Corporation Ltd.; Palestine Hotel. Ltd. (King David Hotel i: Israel Hotels. Ltd.; Israel American Oil meeting of the season on Sunday, ry A. Lack. Marvin W. Lewis. Sam"w" ._,. 10:30 •£ ta the Temple auditorue H Martin. David Muskat. Louis corporation, r'tri. Speakers will be Dr. Harry „ __ /. Speakf Wolk and Michael So^sm. Jack Wagner is program chairP. Snetman. And Joseph O'chin. Philip Postman, and an invitation to women elnek. Melvin J. Richard. Bernard corporation; "Lap.doth" Israel has been extended A. Rosen. Dr Norman J Russ. Leo Oil Prospectors Corp.. Ltd.; TriThe meeting will also include Schloss, .,. Bcrnar(i Spector< Pau Continental Pipe Line Ltd. (Eilatelection of new officers with Dr. A. Stern. Joseph Tucker. Benjamin H;,,fa oil pipeline): I. L Feucht^^ ; „. : ucceed,,gD.,„ i %  >r„ckeras w zimme rm.n. Seymour Silver"S%TS^noSSffSJ^ Under the auspices of the Bureau of Jewish education, graduation exercises will be held on May 28 at Temple Israel for local teen-agers who have successfully completed six years of religious instruction. Of the 47 Dade countians in the group, 37 of the Junior H.gh graduates are students at Beth David religious school, which is the only one in Miami requiring students to enter the Hebrew Department when they are in the third grade of public school. The prese.-.t graduating classes are the first in Beth David's newly-inten; : fied educational program, which has been designed to retain boys and girls in the Hebrew Department after Bar Mitivah. There are now over 130 students who attend three times a week. At Beth David's services on Friday night, these students will be honored, The students will be addressed, in both English and Hebrew, by Louis Gadon, representin-: the teaching staff, and be honored that evening; Sau; Rabin, educational directoi of Beth David religious schoi I; and Rabbi Norman II. Shap.n Beth I), vid spiritual leader. Fred Silverman has recc.vtd a perfect score in the Hebrew test given by Beth David and in the na tionwide examination, given by a:! Hebrew schools in the countrj Graduating students are Myl< Abbott. Stanley Bdsker. Sandra Black. Spencer Budner. Judith Cohen. Stuart Cohen. Robert Covin. Stephen Farrow. Nora Feldman, Harris Friedman. Robert Goldberi. Kdysee Hershbein, Louis Herskov itz. Henry Issenberg, Nancy Lazarus, Ronald Loupus. Paul Mande, Maryann Marder. David Metliks. Josiah Meyer. Jack Miller. Jirorr.e Orlin, Edwin Pont, Philip Rab.n Also Janet Rabinowitz, Jeffrey Ram, Michelle Rosinek. Ellen Schachter, Ann Scheer, Judit.n Sthiff. Lawrence Seitlin. David Sliver. Fred Silverman. Francir.e Smith. Mary Tytell. Daniel Weiss, Fred Wellisch. president. Other officers are: vice presidents, Jack M. Fink, Harold Granoff, Harvey K. Kramer. Sidm j Ross, and Philip Schlissel; corresponding secretary, Irwin H. Teplis; recording secretary, Joseph 1 ardo; treasurer. Morris Miller. man, Leon L'ngar Hon..rory past presidents are Jack Hall on Sunday at 7 p.m. Pn Abbott, Dr. Meyer Eggnatz, David B iU include cards, mah Drucker, Frank Kamen. Dr. Alex refreshments, On Monday evenins, Albert E. Rosen and .lack j ni Tiforeth Israel Sisterhood will Wagner. have a meeting in the social hall. anon, in Zurich. Switzerland; "Isabest" Israel Asbestos Cement Industries. Ltd.; Pressure Lubricants, Ltd.. Supply an.! Transport Tifereth Israel Congregation will l"o.. Ltd.: and Eshkar Ltd. (duty bold a games party in the Social free shops). Thus, what began with a $3,000 Tifereth Israel Congregation WE THE UNDERSIGNED, ARE DELIGHTED TO WHOLE-HEARTEDLY ENDORSE THE CANDIDACY IN NEXT TUESDAY'S RUN-OFF ELECTION OF JAMES W. (JIMMY) JOE FIELDS Stotter & Field! Inn., N.E. 125 St. OSCAR ARGINTAR 2540 S.W. 22nd Ave. TOM FRITSCH 5757 S.W. 3rd St. MARClE COVERMAN 4441 S.W. 1st St. HAROLD STRUMPF Attorney. 100 S.W. 52nd Ave. EDWARD FELDSTEIN 83 S Prospect Dr.. Coral Gables MOREY RAYMAN 1836 S.W. 18th Awe. NATHAN 0RAVERMAN 1636 N W. 7th Ave. JACK SILVERMAN 750 N.W. 15th St. MITCHELL M. GOLDMAN Industrial Nat'l. Bank Bids. loan lo help save a i oat load of refugees, has grown into a far-flung financial empire, and a dramatic demonstration that tree enterprise in a democracy can flourish in the twentieth century in distant lands, a.t has in the United States from as birth. VOTE TOR JIMMY (LEVER 3-E) AND TELL YOUR FRIENDS TO VOTE FOR JIMMY, TOO. Elect Him Our Metro Commissioner to Represent the City of Miami. Brotherhood Here Attends Retreat Brotherhood of Temple Sinai attended the annual retreat the weekend of May 18 in -Marathen. Fla. The retreat was based on themes from the film "Judgment at Nuremberg." On Saturday. May 26. the Broth erhood will sponsor B -allies night for the entire congregation. New athletic facilities are being built on the Temple grounds for the summer day camp now enrolling children. RE-ELECT Evelyn BECKY YOUR DISTRICT 40 C0MMITTEEW0MAN Be Sure and Vote May 29+ h PULL LEVER No. 36-A Executives Club Banquet 1 Executives Club of Miami Beach held a "President's Banquet'" in the Deauvillc hotel's Charlemagne room on Wednesday. In charge of 1 arrangements was Joe Cohen. South Miami City Judge Jack Block Endorses For County Commission. SEE PAGE 5 B f.l Pol KS\ > % ELECT HARVEY H. BAKER YOUR Inland Navigation Commissioner Background and experience: • Member of Flnqler-Granada Jewish Center • Member Jewish Amvets—Robert Richter Post, Miami Beach • Member of Disabled Americon Vets • Member of Variety Club • Boat enthusiast & Dade County Resident for 25 Years • Married to Elsie-two children, Sandy 9, Steve IS PLATFORM: • Protect interest of all small bod owners • Expansion of cur inland water uris for more recreational facilities and commerce HELP ELECT HARVEY H. BAKER INLAND NAVIGATION COMMISSIONER ALL DADE COUNTY CAN VOTE PULL LEVER 13-A < 4 4 !M I



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Friday. May 25. 1962 +-klstfh>rk§kin Poge 3-A JOSCPH COHIH Education Bureau Elects Cohen; Succeeds Baskin ABM'fS BY ttr.tc MUBIM S£[ PACl J6-A Joseph Cohen ha: been elected president of the Bureau of Jewish E. neat ion. Also elected were Leo Robinson, John Temple. Leon Ell, vice presidents; Melvyn I?. Frumkcs, secre1a-y: Judge Frederick N. Barad. treasurer. Meyer A. Baskin, retiring president, was elected honorary president. Other past presidents are Louis Heiman, Max Meisel, Benjamin Meyers, Matilda H. Ratner and Sol Goldman. New honorary vice presidents are Harold Thurman, Harry Smionhotf, Mrs. Joseph Duntov, and Mrs : Louis Glasser. Five new community delegates [appointed to the Bureau's board of [directors are Joseph Sachs, Leonlard Barr, Hyland Ritas. Sidney [Aronovitz and Albert Ossip. Newly-elected officers weir in [stalled at the Bureau's 21st annual dinner at the Fontainchlcau hotel Monday. Installing officer was R^bbi David Shapiro, newly-elected president f the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn. The six past presidents were hon (red at the dinner with a special :\ presented by Harold Thurvice president of the Great er Miami Federation. croubin, executive director i! the Americai Vssi for Jewish Education, spoke On '"the .lev. ish Purpose." Rabbi Mordecai Podet, of Temple Ju-iea. pronounced the invocation, and Rabbi Solomon Schifl gave the benediction Mrs. Louillasser and Al Sherman were COchairmen. IETTCR TO THE EDITOR Temple Menorah Plans Breakfasts Maurice Rrvitz. president of Temple Menorah, has anounccd he will host a series of community area breakfasts to be tendered members or. Sunday mornings at the Temple Social Hall. First :n the series is the Bisrayne Point area breakfast this Sunday at 10 a.m., when some 40 numbers of Temple Menorah who Jive in Biscayne Point will gather to discuss plans for a membership drive headed by Jack Korenblit. chairman of the membership committtee. On Sunday, June 3, a group from the Bay Harbor Islands community, in which Revitz lives, will be guests at a similar breakfast, cither communities scheduled for breakfasts include Surfside, Parkview Island. Normandy Isle. Treasure Island, Keystone Point, BisCu.vne Beach, and the Norlh Shore area around 71st st. Convalescent Home Luncheon Bikur Cholim Kosher Convalescent Home of Greater Miam.. Women's Auxiliary, will hold its final meeting of the season next Wednesday noon at the Algiers hotel. President is Mrs. Joseph Keiser. Opera Director Cites Service to Greater Miami EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: I I am writing in response to Harry Simonhoff's letter of May 11 \ to offer my sincere and heartfelt gratitude for his compliment to our! productions. We have striven for many years to give the best possible in opera to the Greater Miami community, and it is good to know that our efforts meet with responsive appreciation. I sincerely regret his decision i not to renew his subscription and! join our audience for our productions in 1963. I do hope circumstances will encourage Mr. Simonhoff to join us again some time in the future. The many functions sponsored by the Opera Guild of Greater Miami and its affiliate organizations are held in diningrooms and ballrooms selected by commit, tees of these organizations for suitability according to needs for size, food service, decor and function management, in keeping with the standards of a large city opera group. These committees strive to present as fine a function as possible for our members. I know that these decisions and selections are not made with great case, since there are, factually speaking, not too many such suitable facilities available on dates required. Selections of place are made by these committees, as is customary, on a majority decision. If Mi. Simonhoff will refer to our roster ot governing boards and affiliate committees published in every Opera Program, he may recognize and will find that there are members, in all of these committees and groups, of many religions, including members of the Jewish faith. Although Mr. Simonhoff says that we "persist in holding" our "annual balls at the Surf Club," it may have escaped his attention that the Annual Ball ia 1959 and I960 were held at the Fontainehleau, and at present the plans are {'gain to hold the Annual Ball in 1963 at the Fontainebleau Several years ago. we held our ball at the Americana hotel. Mother Leone's, and in 1961 we held our "Night in Italy" dinner dance at the Eden Roc hotel. In recent years, we have held All-Star Luncheons, other Guild luncheons and dinner dances at the Eden Roc hotel, Algiers hotel, Columbus hotel, and for a number rf consecutive years our All-Star Luncheon was held at the Sea Isle hotel. Recently, the Young Patronesses of the Opera hold its Annual Ball at the Seville hotel and Roney Plaza. 'In the many decades of my life that I have devoted to music and opera. I have found that, for myself, and certainly for the people who are active with me in the Opera Guild, there has been no expression or espousal of "isms." hatreds or bigotry ,-uch as Mr. Simonhoff has suggested. The operation of our Guild has been one of p.ire democratic decision. He must also bear in mind that the majority of our members, who contribute toward the large deficits we have each year, are also members of the Surf Club, Bath Club and In chan Creek Club. Since he refers particularly to people of Jewish religion, I can tell him that we have enjoyed the privilege of great efforts and wholehearted approval of many, many active members of Jewish faith for many years. In recent years, we have noted that more and more members of the Jewish fa'th have become active and substantial contributors to the Opera Guild, for which we are mos' grateful. Again I must say, I sincerely regret the view Mr. Simonhoff feels he must adopt with regard to the subject matter broach?; in his letter. This is certainly "i •> right and privilege. But I wo3 like to point out to him, hoping that he may give it consideratethat the growing interest and) •-upport, by even larger numb-> of members of Jewish faith, increates that they apparently ire net in agreement with his vie-s —which is also, I feel, a privilege reserved to them in our der-:cracy—and in our Opera Guile I thank him so much for hi• terest and hope that the broac ie[ tivities of the Opera Guild to wl n < have referred, of which he may I i.ot have been aware, and poss. >iy a closer observance of our ac '.| ties in the future, which I since invite, will win Mr. Simonh support again. ARTURO Dl FILIPPI Artistic Director and MamiiiGreater Miami Opera Gu' 2 Beth David Young Adults Bob Newman, president of Er i David Young Adult Club, annou•: -s a dance Saturday, 8:30 p.m. n ; Spector Hall. The dance will Eeaj lure a French theme, and is i j (o single adults over 21. There • .11 be a live band and entertainn Will You Bind The Conscience in Chzins..T Today it's easy to lose sight of the fact that our freedoms were not often freely bestowed. They had to be won. And one of the earliest fighters for freedom of conscience in the United States was Jacob Henry, a Jew. In 1808, Jacob Henry was elected to the General Assembly, the legislature of North Carolina. He served without incident for one year. But the following year Representative Mills demanded that Henry be expelled from the Assembly. The reason? Mills charged that Henry had not taken his oath of office on the New Testament, as recjuired by law. Reluctantly, the Assembly had to try Henry. He took the floor to reply to the attack upon him. "Who among us," he demanded, "feels himself so exalted above his fellows as to have a right to dictate to them their mode of belief?" "Will you bind the conscience in chains," he continued, "and fasten conviction upon the mind .?" Then, speaking of his own faith. Henry gave fervent affirmation to a creed as applicable today as it was then: "I am bound by the same obligations with my fellow citizens, nor does any man subscribe more sincerely than myself to the maxim, 'Whatever ye would that men should do unto you, do so even unto them, for such is the Law of the Prophets.' It was ruled that the religious test for office did not apply to the General Assembly. Jacob Henry served his full term. Little more is known about him, but Henry's eloquent defense of freedom of conscience has since become an integral part of our American heritage. F.rst w.ith the Finest Cigaretles through Lorillard research



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Friday. May 25. 1962 Jewish Fkridinin Page 9-B O UR wardrobe pattern is ricti rmined by the way m which ( lime is spent Fashion authorities can no longer suggest attern to follow for basic wardrobe planning, but must ofr< i several groupings. For the woman who spends most of ber time at home, the least extensive wardrobe is required. During the day, she is usually attired either in slacks or shorts, depending on the weather. An often heard complaint from businessmen and women who stop in to see the housewife is that she looks so sloppy N. atness is a habit, and when caring for young children or cleaning a house, it is understandably difficult to dress like a "fashion plate."' However, it is just as easy to select a blouse and shorts in which the colors match or blend, as it is to mix plaids and prints or colors that clash. A few pairs of well-tailor ed shorts or slacks, plus coordinated tops, will always give you a neat, well-groomed look. The housewife also needs, in addition to these casual clothe-. .1 few basic afternoon dressi For the occasional shopping trip i i luncheon, a smart linen sheath or the classic shirtwaist in a good-looking cotton will round out this portion of your ward lobe. The majority of the balance of this wardrobe pattern will be in after-five dresses. Now is the time to be feminine — and at least one soft chiffon should be included in this part of your collection. The basic black is a •must" in all wardrobe planning, and one should also give serious consideration to the important fashion trends of the time. If feathers or ruffles are in vogue, if you feel comfortable in them and if they are becoming to you — then they should be included in your wardrobe. • THE next wardrobe grouping is that of the clubwoman. Her wardrobe i.about e ven 1 y distributed between tailored mornin u clothes, smart afternoon dressi s, and her after-five collection. Her afternoon wardrobe i -.-!mainly of silk prints and linated ensembles < AND HIS RYTHMAIREi • FR 9 6910 150 SW 19 Road ', FR 9-4122 Miami 36, Florida PERSONALIZED MUSIC AL ALBERTS AND HIS RYTHMAIRES In going through the various iii re, wc found some excjlfitted "duck" shorts and slacks in the Barbara Jane Shop on Coral Way. Tin newowner, ling time Miami resilient. .'. Viii Long, ibringing in a collection Hi sportswear to please A'Omen. These "ducks" ale in red. white or blue, are eas) to care tor. and a pleasure to accessorize. In Miami, where the living is Casual, the same sportswear ensembles that are worn during the morning are also worn at night For informal entertaining or visiting, thej arc the accepted mode of dress The business or professional woman has to plan her wardrobe carefully. Her distribution will be very light on both sportswear and afternoon dresses. This woman needs tailored clothes that are basic in color and style. She usually meets about the same people every day. and so all her intenuity must go into her accessor) collection. The addition of a soft chiffon scarf, a change in accessory color and style are some of the things that can make or break her wardrobe. Three or tour panof different colored shoes. along with matching handbags, belts or jewelry, have the power to make one basic dress appear to be different on every wearing. • T HE country club set will find a different balance in their wardrobe. Flegant sports ensembles, many in silk, and a wardrobe of bathing suits are im portant. Again, we will find only a few afternoon ensembles and silk prints. Elegance is the keyword for the balance of their wardrobe. Formal dinners, country club parties and" private soirees require magnificent fabric and exquisite hand detailing. There are many other wardrobe groupings, among which the woman who spends a great deal of time in traveling is one of the more important. All women must be conscious Of the basic lines that are best for them, the colors that are most complimentary and appropriate (er the occasion. EspecialI) today, fabrics must be under. ;,; ordi r to gain the most lit from our wardrobe. The Temple League Awards Dinner First annual awards dinner and ('ance of the Temple League of Miami was held Sunday at the Lucerne hotel. Moie tnan 230 members and guests attended. Organized four years ago, the softball league is now made up of Hums sponsored by the Coral Way Jewish Center. Beth David Congregation. Temple Beth Am. Temple Israel. Southwest Jewish Conter, Flagler-Granada Jewish Center, B'nai B'rith. Jewish War VetTemple Judea, and Temple Zion, and comprises 12 teams. League president. Steve Ruskin, .ted the 1962 first ; %  : < • tr ph) la the Flagler Granada Jew :-k I ener, represented by Capt, Paul Marks The lea JIII will run a summer softball schedule and a new meml.Va3s on Wla


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E 3 /^w/ Ami rw n city ol Greaiei Miami tewry Ic be fNF v ?pcet .-. the Negev oi Israel Al ml brealdasl meeti ng in the Fontaineb >tel ere sealed .e:: :; Bo?. Zeigmund Mr and Mrs. Aaron Nev man ?•':= Ben Ze.7rr.und. Dr. and Mrs. rniel S:::r. fohan L Berman, and Leon i.. president :: the INF Council here. Standng are Mr and Mn A Waldman. Mrs. Effie :: Mrs I Smith, Mrs. Sadie B;eler, and •:....--. Press ... )ack S. Popick. president of the South Florida Division of the American Friends of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff look over Israel's historic Declaration cf Independence. They served as co-chairmen of the community-wide celebration of Israel's 14th anniversary of .ndependence recently aboard the MS Calypso Liner. Future Miss America, year-old Kathy Sue Gonshak. models her first pair of water skis at a Camp Ocala water ski party held Sunday at Crandon Park. Giving her lessons is camp waterfront director. Marshall Jacobs. 911 IMW 196th ter.. swimming coach at Norland High School. Mother. Mrs. David Gonshak. 8901 SW 21st ter.. smiles approvingly. Co-educational Camp Ocala. located in Ocala National Forest, maintains local offices in downtown Miami. Brandeis Women Install Officers %  I my National W (or 1962-191 L • pres%  real ;cr. %  %  < :.• ::. t. Mrs Mi Mr-, t, Mr-. Jer >me HalMrs Milton Zuckerman; recording secretary, Mrs. Warren Wit us; corresponding secretary-, Mrs. Milton Fisher; financial secretary, Mrs. Alex Phillip?; treasurer, Mrs. Julian Bura; chaplain, Mrs Harold Thurman. Board members are Mesdames Sidney Aronov.tz. Meyer B Albert Beer. Martin Belle, B S. Bordman, Ben Bloom. Joseph Cohen. Frank Cole. Jerome Conn. Louis Easton. Leonard Egert And Moe Feingold. Lewis Goodman. Sidney Gorchov, Harry Gord< n. Charles Gottlieb. George Graham. Charles Jacobson, Leon Kaplan, Jaj Kilak, Seymour Leopold. Sidne> Lewis Also Herbert Linick, Larry P liter. Henry Roman, Kervin SI Albert Shore, Nathan Siden, Max Stein. Sam Stark, Bernard Stevens, Marvin Taner, Bernard Troub, Stanley Wasman, Marvin Zuckerman, Nominating committee were Mrs. Sidney Gorchov. chairman, Mrs. Charles Gottlieb, Mrs Moe Feingold, Mrs. Kervin Snafton. Mr;. Sum Stark and Mrs Meyer Baskin. alternate. Camp Ocala Now Registering Camp Ocala, in Ocala National Forest, 280 miles northeast of Miami, 1accepting enrollments i' r its eighth camp season. Starting June 25, one eight, and two [nur-week sessions are offered. Ownerof the camp are Leonaid and Robert Wollman, brothers, both in the Dade count) -chool system; Frankie and Ben Miller.' vho were in charge of a camp in' Connecticut for 30 years; and Dr., Theodore Struhl, local surgeon. The camp accommodates 250 beys and girlfrom 5 to 16. on separate campuses with common mesa Slid recreation facilities, a fulltime medical staff and a fully equipped infirmary Schedule includes swimming, water skiing, canoeing and boating under supervision of American Red Cross certified water safety instructors, hoseback riding, arts and crafts, ceramics, archery and plays, campfire skits and dancing lor teens Winter headquarters are located at 152 No. Bayshore dr., with a secretary in attendance. Miami Student Gets Top Honor at Univ. of California At the recent instaliaton and •ward! banquet held at the Hillel Foundation at the University ol California in Berkeley, a Hillel Honor Key was awarded to Carl Sandier, son of Mr and MrAlfred Sandier, of Miami. Carl, who is doing graduate work in physics it the L' of c. served as chairman of the Hillel graduate group The Hillel Honor Key is the high' • -I recognition which Hillel C Ul give to students of outstanding leadership and :<:irticipation. The Foundation in Berkeley is Ul der the direction of Rabbi Jos1 pli H Gumbiner. B'nai B'r.th Hillel foundation maintains services for Jewish students at more than 240 foundations •unselorships throughout the United State -and in several forMiami Hadassah Sets 'Key Club" h will '.. %  .::. Day" : I :;t.nir. = Coun• %  I >omen orr i w i t' '.' groups. •. a!! phases : '• I i : fundled bj Mrs Hei Gilmai '•' %  %  •> Hone} -" I MrHarry Ta\-i :. %  Queei Bee %  • >sion for pre-\ ice pres: > Mrs. 1 %  %  "Bu^/ m memix •• led b> .'.: II • Mrs tion b> Mrs %  ard .V .... • embers the I lilies West mining Mrs S Tti ter c 1 MrJ ..-• Society Elects Mrs. Weiss MrEdward Weiss, vice chairman of the local Sunland chapter. Retarded Children's Society, has been elected first president of the newly formed Sunland Parent A--.-, of the Sunland Training Center for Retarded Children at Ft Meyers, Other local officers are MrAl Schekman. treasurer, and Vito Spinelli and Richard Higgins. board member-. Dr James G Foshee is superintendent of the Center. The organization has been former! to Drnrriote nuhlir j-toi • ,. the State School for the retarded. Through the efforts of the UnitMS. NOBMAH SHOLK Phi Sigs Hold Joint Installation .. Sigma sor-T/ of the mi Alumnae Club a: ictive chapter las) • • t Panhellenic bldg • Miami ca: Alumnae officerfor thi %  MrNormal-. 51 • MrIrwir. Potash sr i \lrFurman. vice presidents Melvin Harrison, r. retary; and Mrs. Seymour Ka; Ian, treasurer. Beta Theta officers include AuBorok. president; Suellen i...rdner, vice president. Jayn^> Magnus, corresponding seeretan Roberta Ro>enbloom. recordir,^ -ecretarv and Su-an .r. bursar. id Commercial Travelers ar. i '. I Rabbinical Assn. of Greater M Rabbi Bernard P. Shoter. of 5 sota, now visits the Center ar.: conducts services on the Sabba :-. •n holtdav / have been endorsed by the following community leaders KENNETH OKA WM L. PALLOT SAM I. SILVER PHILLIP SCHIFF ALEX GORDON SANFORD SWERDLIN MURRAY H. DUBBIN WM. D. SINGER CHARLES FINKELSTEIN ALBERT LEVITE JACK KIRSCHBAUM LEONARD J. SOLOMON TILDEN CORENBLUM What more can I say— Robert L. SEARLE CANDIDATE FOR State Democratic Committeeman PULL LEVER 21-A IM Pol. Adv.



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Friday, May 25 1962 I'M a^.lh Fk irti'Wiriiin Page 11-3 The Courier Doesn'l look is though there'll be the usual let-up in community this sum r Henry Gilbert will ho-' a meeting lor the [srae Invest rs Corporation June W, and I.I.C local diiector Many Amste 11 .U II L. i..11 .„ .1. _l t til| ( 'll> there I! be a fu >y Amster report on the annual mee ii g to be held in New York approximately June 12. Leaders of ill here merle Jacob Rifkin, Maurice Reviti and Jack S. Popick. Annual winter visitors Sam Rethtoerj and Lou Boyar head up I-rael Investors nationally. And the grapevine tells us ol .i possible hike in the dividend rate SOOII. Al Shrman. vice president of Mechanics Uniform Service, has just been appointed by GOV, Farris Bryant to serve u> a member of the Governor's Committee on Employment <>f the Handicapped in Florida. .Miami attorney Eugene P. Speiiman has been named state chairman, and the initial meeting of the commiUtee has been set for Miami Beach on Fune -and 23 Top national speakers on the subject of promoting %  ••d vocational rehabilitaion and employment opportui ities f< r indicapped are on the agenda Board Picks Mrs. Gordon Mrs, Ah xandi -' lected by l G in Realtors, as "Realtor oi the Year" n r Mrs. as to receive an award at their annual Realtor* Week luncheon at the Riviera ( ountry Club on Thursday noon Mrs. Gordon is chairman of the ((location board for the Realtors, i member of the Miami Board ot Realtors, B'nai B'rith Women ot Miami, and a Lite Guardian of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Auxiliary. '.. ay fa Faces wen on hand at Monday night's kosher dinner of the Bi r IU ol Jewish Education at the Fontamebleau We were delighted I past president Sol Goldman up and around after ., -, • |g ill:-, -: imii president Joseph Cohen's acceptance speech was riel ai I following an excellent Installation cer ted bj Rabbi David Shapiro, newly-elected president ol the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn Illness in the family prevented past president Matilda Ratner Iroin attending, but Louis Heiman, Max Meisel and Benjamin Meyers were On hand to receive well earned plaque: from honor an vice president Harold Thurman. Harold, who now serves as vice president of Federation, vice president ol the South Florida Division of the American Friends of the Hebrew University of Jersualem, and Miami Israel Bond chairman, is reported!.", in line for elevation to the Federation presidency Bess Glasser, a cinch for election as Democratic count) commit teewoman, and Al Sherman handled their chores as dinner chairman and CO-dnirman with dispatch Mrs. Joseph Duntov outdid hergeli with fitting table decorations, and Mike Baskin stepped up to the honorary presidency. A happy table was one from the Hebrew Academy, for Joe Cohen is a vice president of their organization, as well as of Temple F.manuEl. President Louis Merwitier, past president B. I. Binder, founder Harry Genet arA troubleshooter Sam Reinhard were very much in ividence. Sam continued his energetic effort to have all communal affairkosher Firmer Zionist president At Ossip and television executive-to-be Sid Ansin traded small talk with Ben-Zion Ginsburg and Anna Brenner Meyers. Oscar Mamber, as usual, paced the ticket sellers. Incoming treasu Fudge Fred Barad, and secretary Mel Frumkes lookei resplen • their tuxedos • • • A.l of this activity, coupled with an interesting address bj Isaac Toubm covered "Uewhere in this edition, was in drastic contrast to the dinner Fei.ce the better half) and 1 attended 24 hours earlier at tin Seville The Sunday night dinner was the annual event tor members oi the Miami chapter ol Hadassah who had earned sioo or more donor cred Hubbies were guests of the house Two things disturbed us and we hope we can claim the title of a Hadassah husband inasmuch as our spouse haserved in every office from committee chairman to president during the past 12 years about the don..r linner One was the tact that at the only public chapter social affair ol the year for man and wife, the big treat was that there weie no speeches. Now this is understandable for organizations that have several joint business and social meetings a year, filled with talks. But when so many of the husbands present have no Zionist connections apart from paying their wives dues to lia.ia-ah. a golden opportunity is missed. And even more troubling[was he singularly, questionable taste ol the entertainment which featured the nearly to actual;, .ff-color jokes of a night club comedian. We kno rh.s performer well, and he has a respectable repertoire, too Instructions could and should have been given. Among hose on hand whom We saw Shaking their heads were Sam and Came Sap.ro, Dr. Aaron Kahan and Mrs Alice Adams, Arthur and Ti.li. Pek.lner an, nu.nerous "her communitj leaders As aid. Hadassah''^"Pluta mmta fo,the year • %  great The nod was fine, the twis ing was tun. But. • • • ,. ,,,.,..,s i us t about over, and Tuesday we trek to the DoUs The" C. Mayor Mai Englander and Judge M.lfn F edJan f well up in the race for Democratic state commi^wom. Eu,.n. Beck and Ted Cohen's energetic campaigns fo> county committeeman have ben pralseworthj Yes eveni this cor respondent has hrown his hat into the ring for tate committeeman. What is most imp rtant is that all of us vote luesda>. The school board race, are extremely important. Moderate Him.. Braddock faces arch-conservative Eunice Anderson in a ball that D ,oot """ \i..,r„ iiin-ntfs match personable Art will make the presentation. Architect Lester Pancoan ,,,„ commit^weS 3LS Set -he Riverside Bant ss av P : LEU 2 ^t&^jzssx. Share:, office space with Mai England**• Accepting the new half-ton truck donated to Mt. Sinai Hospital by the Kiwanis Club of Miami Beach is Samuel Gertner, executive director ol Mt. Sinai (far left). Seated at the wheel is president oi Kiwanis, Clarence Gunn. Demonstrating the space in the pickup is Mt. Sinai Hospital's trustee, Ben Kline, who is aiso a past president of Kiwanis, and past president, "Doc'' Baker. Kiwanis Give Mt. Sinai Gift Mt. Sinai Hospital this week was the recipient of a new half-ton pickup truck from the Kiwanis Club of Miami Beach. Kiwanis presi ent. Clarence Gunn. and secretary. -Doc'' Baker. said that their group decided to present Mt. Snai with the g ft as part of their community assistance program. The group previously donated funds toward the hospital's Dental Clinic, and decided on the current presenta'ion at the suggestion of Ben Kline, trustee of Mt. Sinai and past president of the Kiwanis. Funds for the purchase of the trcck which will be used for maintenance and ground service at Mt. Sinai, were raised uncer the chairmanship of John Poulos. J. Gerald Lewis, president of Mt. Sinai Hospital, expressed the gratitude of the entire board of trustees, stating that "in addition to its extreme usefulness to the hospital. Mt. Smai was particularly pleased with the continued thoughtfulness of the Kiwanis Club of Miami Beach in recognizing the importance of giving assistance to this non-profit, voluntary hospital, in order to help it better to serve the community." Breakwater Hotel Lists Features The Breakwater hotel, at 940 Ocean dr.. offers many features which assure maximum comfort and enjoyable vacations to visl tors. Every room has outside exposuri. private bath and telephone, i: ii i-. air-conditioned, as is the lobby of the hi A large veranda facethe beach, and beach chairs, umbrellas an: parking are an available without additional cost. Planned entertainment and weirer roasts are offered to guest-, an special rateare arranged for local r sidents and their families. Annual Picnic Sunday The annual Lag B'Omer picnic of the Hebrew and Sunday schools of Congregation Beth El will be held at Crandon Park on Sunday. Tl.e group w.ll leave Beth El at 10 a.m. If. stff&K 88 lv ELECTRIC GLASS BOTTOM ^^ BOATS ONLY 2 JET HOURS FROM MIAMI Galen's Limousine Service from Phila. Intl. Airport Go Galen for the truly memorable holiday you so richly deserve \11 the requisites for luxurious vacationing are here Superb accommodations Continental cuisine, sumptuous Interesting -putprograms Private championship 18 ho;,goll course; .Free to weekly guests) Sunbathing at Forest Glades Pool Bowling and tennis Sophisticated soc.al events • Nightly entertainment and dancing (2 orchestras world-famed CANAY for Latin rhythms Wcs Fisher for American Swing) in the smart supper-club ele-ancc of the Colonnades Ballroom. Summer stock theatre See your travel agent ... Or write for Booklet! GALEN HALL Hotel and Country Club WERNERSVILLE, PENNA. Ph: Reading, ORchard 8-8011 DANIEL BI.'RACK. Oumcr-Matuger The SNOW HACt of VACATrOMAND GALEN'S Galaxy of STARS Phil Foster -* Harvey Stone -* Bea Kraft Dancers -* Larry Storch -* Sally Blaire + Los Chevalos Many other TV and Stage Headlines D'fspona K% %  i-THi-hmivww* ... %  l' %  i">. % % %  III --'% % %  --



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?cge 4-A. • Je*is*ftcrkftor Friday. May 25, 1$ "Jewish Floridian CrFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 Fr.ZD K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MDVDLIN....... ...Executive Editor SI1MA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv, Israel RAY U. BINDER Correspondent Public ev,r>" Friday .He* lM7to **" 3 *$$,J?' Tiah at lift N.B. Sixth Street, Miami 1. Flor rta Socond-Claas Poatage Paid at Miami, Florida. Th. Jew,.h Floridian hat absorbed the £•* ""*£ "! the J.wi.1. weekly. Mtmber of th. Je^ih TeUjr.ph.e Agency. Seven Art. Feature Syndicate. w ? rldw '.' e "! Service! National Editorial A..n Amenea n Atin. of English. Jewish Newapapera. and the Florida Pre.. Awn. The Jewish Floridian does nol guarantee the K.ishrutli of the merchandise advertised in its columns tuesc R I PT I ON RATES: Local Area On* Year SS 00 Three Year. $10.00 Out of Town Upon Request Volume 35 Number 21 Friday, May 25. 1962 21 Iyar 5722 Gideon Hausner's Eloquent Warning 3ideon Hausner's appearance 01 the B'nai B'rith convention must neve been an interesting experience for those who heard him. Mr. Hausner had the unique role c. prosecutor in a trial designed tc bring justice en idea rather t.-.rn a man fifteen years after the i was brought low in the s of smoking Germany. Say what one will, it is not Adolf Eichmann who has beer, .ed in Israel, but the Nazi hilosophy of contempt for manid. Eichmann was merely the instrument albeit a sensational one; for what Israel hoped to achieve is a renewed revulsion ccctinst the German crime of the Hitler era and en equally renewed determination that such organized inhumanity must never crain repeat itself in the annals c: our history. Mr. Hausner spoke eloquently in behalf of the Genocide treaty, c document which a scant dozen years after its formulation, remains unsigned by the United States, and with hopes for acceptance bogged down in the mire of contemptible politics. But his report to newsmen cr. the variety and nature of the mail he has icceived from around the world since serving cs Eichmann prosecutor tells us some unheppy things. Some of the hate letters in the first instance suggest the urgent need for Genocide treaties, cs Mr. Hausner himself so intelligently argued. But they also suggest the frustrated ambition of Israel's highest purpose in bringing arch Nazi criminal Adolf Eichmann to justice: that Hitler ideals linger on, seemingly biding their time for a second coming on the international scene, and a second go at Jewish extermination. Momentarily, all that appears wanting is the opportunity. For there have been leaders gclore to offer themselves as messiahs of their purpose. • THE DESTINY Of CRACKPOTS Is American Nazi Party leader George Linccln Rockwell one such? In the days ahead, we may be given an opportunity to see Rockwell at close range, for he recently announced his intention to come to Miami personally to "investigate" the charges against Donald Branch, now awaiting trial here June 19 for the bembing of a Miami newsman's home. Arrived this week was Karl Allen, secretary of the American Nazi Party, to confer with Branch and to announce that a Storm Troop unit has already been formed here. Purpose of the unit? To prove the theory that most Communists are Jews, to assist in the national goal of electing Rockwell President of the United States by 1972 and, among other things, to exterminate U.S. Jewry. Gideon Hausner. who participated in perhaps the most exciting trial since Nuremburg, knows the deranged Nazi mentality at firsthand. His warning deserves immediate notice. Israel are legion—programs which have been in existence virtually since Independence Day and the War of Liberation back in 1948. As the "Miami Group," the investments of the four men have contributed tellingly to the rebirth of a Jewish nation in our time. Friedland, Orovitz, Ruskin, and Blank are also among Greater Miami's long-time community leaders. They have each served as president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, no less than as guiding spirits in a variety of other Jewish affairs both locally and nationally. In addition, their mark has also been made in their participation in the works of the general community's civic endeavor. That Friedland, Orovitz, Ruskin and Blank have tellingly contributed to the financial upbuilding of the State of Israel is a reflection of their leadership qualities here and abroad. The Israel Bond function in their honor Sunday is one they fittingly deserve. 'Miami Group' Honored Four men will be honored here Sunday night at a function sponsored by the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization. They will be honored for their contribution to the economic development of the State of Israel. Samuel Friedland. Max Orovitz, Dan Ruskin, and Sam Blank compose the quartet of leaders who will receive the community's accolade. Their financial programs in the State of Temple Israel Anniversary Temple Israel of Greater Miami is celebrating its fortieth anniversary. Over the years. Temple Israel has achieved a position of esteem in Reform Jewry. The mark of a congregation is measured by its works, no less than by the men and women affiliated with it. In both categories. Temple Israel rates the high regard of the Jewish and general communities. Many are the personalities affiliated with the congregation of Temple Israel who occupy positions of importance in Greater Miami's civic, philanthropic, cultural, educational, and communal life. Temple Israel members have been mayors of local governments, preeminent in institutions of higher learning here, and leaders ir every aspect of South Florida's phenomenal growth during the past quarter of a century. The Temple itself, under the spiritual leadership of Rabbi Joseph R Narot, reflects the religious and educational ideals of Reform Jewry, and contributes to the general community's intellectual and cultural non-sectarian endeavor. We join Greater Miami Jewry in congratulating Temple Israel on the ocasion of its 40th anniversary. daring the week ... as i see it by LEO MINDLIN CECRETARY of Health, Ed* cation and Welfare Ahn ham Ribicoff breezed m. town a few weeks ago ts2 pear at a dinner held by c< dars of Lebanon Hospiw where he said nothing /[ short time later. Dr. Edw.rt R. Annis rose at the annual meeting of Mt. Sinai Hopiy to say little more It [ %  Rt „ esting that the two Jewish hospitals of Greater Miami, within days fi/ one anoth.ej\ should haw provided open forums for leading representatives of divergent opinions concerning federal medical aid to the aged; although both institutions, in varying degrees of anguish, will inevitably deny that HM are Jewish. This issue apart, which someday ought to be resolved once and for all. the talks here proved that unequal talents were featured ia the grassroots medicare campaign. Secretary Ribicoff those the high road by succumbing to what probably was a mixture of DCHi and other local pressures, and relied on his simple presence polit'eft to imply the Administration position. In substance, his addrey was a panoply of platitudes suggesting the intelligence of the chars*, that he has proven himself one of the least effective of the Kenr.edt appointees: for no Cabinet member worth his salt would reel off ;tj inaccuracies, if not downright distortions of fact about Miami's nit} ical horizons, obviously spoonfed him at a distance, without hj checking their reliability and applicability. Dr. Annis was a far more potent representative of the AMU viewpoint as, indeed, he has demonstrated nationally .v, tht Ui S n annual meeting, he sugarcoated what he has beei the hospital for its service to the i present social system, Dr \\ %  medical accomplishments of the institution outsi thus e is necessary and coi • varictj of implications he has long since Ki ni i s in %  field day of deba -:• • -:PHYSICIAN'S fCAR Of SOCIAL CCMPROMISt I INDICATED BEFORE tl nothing Ribi i case, it was i by fact. In thai of Di her or nol the AM A su< cced :..; for .i year or two, or even a decadi i prototype little cor seqiu nee al the momenl Of gri at e is thai the sell centered campaign has i : to a phenomenal le of the doctor's image. It may be argued that this was inevitable, for now world has the physician been accorded so much economic ai grace as in the United States — grace amounting to virtu;.! tion, In addition, the catapulting of the technical profess space-age and military preeminence seemed destined to cha the lopsided American view of omnipotent medicine; while It den assumption of respectability by the various arts and so. ences tended to strengthen the challenge. But nothing has contributed to unravelling the doctor's image so much as his own current antisocial action. I have a notion that the physician's concern today lies at '.ml equally in his fear of social compromise as in his anxiety over the ultimate lessening of his economic remuneration. And if. in the final analysis, each is the handmaiden of the other, why does the medical profession weigh with inordinate fear the challenge to its financewhile sweeping under the rug similar challenges to its integrity? Apart from the continuing Kefauver revelations in the high cost of drugs hoax, for example, there is the more immediate Dr Kay E. Trussell report in New York City some two weeks ago. ANNIS AGAINST XKtfPING SOCIALISM' %  ^R. TRUSSELL, of Columbia University, discovered in a tion study of medical records in the case of 101 families that patients did best in nonprofit hospitals because care was good or excellent for only 39'; of admissions to hospitals run for profit, and poor for 43'.; one-fifth of hospital admissions were not neces 20 uterine operations, a favorite field for medical exploitation should not have been performed, while 5 more proved questionable; and that 'bad medicine." •completely unjustified surgery," and violation of medical ethics" existed on more frequent occasion thai the Trussell team expected at worst to uncover. The Trussell report, merely one of many such exposes, is a shockinrevelation into medical practice for only the greatest dup< American physician's myth. And AM A spokesmen and who have reacted so violently to the proposed medicare pr merely serve to broaden the context of its findings. The seeds of its own destruction lie in the AM A .,• paign. for on what other occasion has organized Amei med• demonstrated so much predisposition to a social i er in its self-determined and sell perpetuated ical. %  rendered, nor in its classic iron control of medi i keep the fraternity exclusive, nor in itbin iw concern for the public well-being in the fan a pany exploitation of human misery has the AMA p faithful ., guardian of mankind's medical up arms against "creeping Socialism THf N£fO fOR [QUAL MtDICAl ACCtSS S^ONE OF THIS should deemphasite the phenomenal :oh by medical science m the drive to outroot Illness and d Nor should n reflect on the untold thousands of enli I, and gentlesouled physicians devoted to the pracl ,hcir %  waling art tor the betterment of those to whom they minis i is who substantially contributed to the enviable American icians image in the first instance not their more ambitious colleagues. w as originally intended to be. Bui Dr. Annis' appearance can hardly be excused Ml •not only a community hospital; it is a voluntary Jewish h< wen, to a fair extent supported bv the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and almost M,iei> reestablished in its new quarters by J I>mlan'ni-i: Philanthropy a hospital where no such politicking belongs wno would most vehemently argue otherwise are also precise.* %  who tend to look upon Mt. Sinai as a private club created for th Continued on Page 12-A



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P=c 8-B +3eist fkrkfor Friday. May 2: ranees tf *L. c/mn' k 71 We the Women WOMAN OF THE WEEK — 5 for Is • %  7 %  her pou t a job in the registi %  : Herself — then :• '' %  • .. For Ru! %  nfesses that ras in ] i a ben she got n • it • : pared I the wa j aj Up North. Rut! vic-mind— i ith • now • • .. : even en David ai u ere • ressive brows .• completi Hitting a lef< .• %  • %  • • -• r .:• • Ives bj travelAs a matter of fact, thi p!e bells, og tl I icks feel ::. % % % %  are • t to return to Israel, where their 25th wedding anniversary. The -' %  "• • %  %  ; • D import ml i Popicks' life, '•"'•"aticni indicate. Ruth, incidentall] likes ok, but %  inclination to be a waste — especially since %  f*mi hist about anything when they're hungry." pi : a charming and entertaining dinner companion. %  %  '": friends will tell you. Her humor and clever commentaryu. toward turning what are sometimes boring dinner >= •'" remembered evenings of fun. And quiet evenings at • — these are the things that delight the Popicks most, with each content to know that the other is in the same room, and that they are tber "X NEWS IN A NUTSHELL Wouldo | you think that Max A Schwartz would come home from Acapulco' He was there right in the midst of the hurricane. Blankets iroom like rubber ball? — no elevators, no lights. pie running about in all .:' deshabille. All thaMax did wsl the Hilton outside of Acapulco and let the new Hilton that wa; ed ... %  • Day • Samuel Greenfield got a card from ca !•'• r son Wfllard r of education at Arizona ~ He is the the most form of a letter to his late • from iddress the c c you KNOW? %  • -. %  grandchild, to 1 %  i to tal her m >\ ie n Ronald JET TO NEW YORK BY NORTHWESTERN • iuiet restful timi lere the; .. Vblin. Rutl -, ; u HAPPY TALK hen the 'in-laws .. %  %  %  Mass to see thi limmy, gradu i Irving R itmans • I ii p u th them to • 1 University. Jimn d will drive (< ..... ere they plan to live, .;. n pr n to them t. A MANSION IS A MANSION IS A MANSION The Governor's Mansion ii N.C., was built righl after the War There's an official booklet that shows pictures of the house I'nder a picture of one ol the bedrooms could be written. "Shepard and Ruth Broad slept here." The Broads and their son. Morris, spent a delightful weekend with their friends, Mr and Mrs. Sanford Terry Miss Newman, James Kaufman Exchange Vows %  • N r Lloyd • I Si '; rl tj -la.• --fay 20. t bard K I Miami '•! .. Mrs. Herbert E B I SW R Vat El. New Y rl •> -re%  fathei ivorj % %  .% %  • %  i I :• [van E 1 ter : %  % %  man i hu Mrs. Kauft Yorl : Her mtanl ; r Hi [i I'niversit) I %  -• er of Floi od Pi bda Phi. V-.' %  %  -. • of Florid j n I r i On a *;::..:.: i honeymocn al the Axaw '.'.' %  • ere Mi and Mrs H 3: %  :. :• r .; S Shore di %  Brown is the former Miss loan 5 Chuzmii ightei VVUliam Chuzmii :: N Miami Beach. The croon is : count executive ?:erce, Fe:.:.e: and Srn::h Rupperts Mark 50th Anniversary rj : and Is : %  R pen ;.••.. May ( nner hotel Ruprrt. i me l this try fi : • • | • lothing. Hi '%  Y Peona. 1 : • oois Miai resi about :• %  • %  pperts I n my religu and benevolent gr i| Mrs. Rupl^r: is a m the :. ry ol e and B'I ami Bi I %  %  • Renewal Ri : : .: i Knes t> Camp Avir fc Swim Camp A ..' %  • nder I a R< Hy Rothsti M*. AND MKS. ISlDORi SVPPiftl Cedars Seeks Cash for Lull E Albert Pallot. chairman of the development fund of Cedars ol Lebanon Hospital, this week urgid all those who have made pledges -n the 1961-62 campaign "to pay as much ca.-h as pos>ible toward? the redemption of the pledges' "We are most grateful to our many friends who have supf us generously by their gifts current campaign to complete the upper three floors of the hospital."; Pallot explaine .. summer lull, it is extremely urgent thai ._ col.. %  -;." nents 11 in Fc B Mother o\ : ••, % %  PARSONS 3410 CORAL WAY Open Monday Nile 'Til 9 < i < < < < < < < < < i 4 < < < < For Women Who Desire the Latest in Coiffures m ^ <<*J BEAHTTY SALON SUPREME "IL.20 Lincoln Roac Mall JEfferson S 3666 :-SCLEANED ~\? .A?GE VARIETY C r AN HAIR W ^^'^^~^ — ^""^ — ~ AIR CONniTIONtD "~—— —-~~~" ItOt LKYAKE0 IIHALTII SILOX SWEDISH MASSAGE • CABINETS • COLONICS MONDAY thru SUNDAY 9 OJB. 7 ,.m. 2080 BISCAYNE BtVD. Out-Calls Ph. FR 3-1252



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^Jewish Florldian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Volume 35 — Number 21 Miami. Florida, Friday. May 25. 1962 Two Sections — Fiice 11* DESCRIBES HATE LETTERS Hausner in Warning On Genocide Moves Before BB Conference By Special Report WASHINGTON — His strong! voice, sharply-edged by passionate, conviction, rose out of a slight but j wiry build. His phrases seemed t carved out of rock, and his inten\ sity held 1,200 B'nai B'rith dele-1 gates and guests in hushed silence. It was not a speech with wry wit, verbal embellishments, or "after-dinner" trappings. The message was as austere as a bare grey wall. When Gideon Hausner finished, there was total silence for several moments — before the audience rocked itself by the energy of its ovation. Eichmann Aide Seeking Delay In Cologne Court Israel's Attorney General, chief prosecutor at the Eichman trial, made an unscheduled address at the B'nai B'rith triennial convention last week. He said nothing of Adolph Eichmann and did not discuss the trial. Yet his 45-minute speech could have summarized his case, not only against Eichman, but against all enemies of the Jewish people. He appealed to the conscience of the world to guard against antiSemitism and the recurrence ol genocide. "His a dangerous illusJewish Leaders Talk to Rusk; Keating Critical CIDtOH HAUSNER lows insufficient be "the bearers of the message to the world that any party, any reWASHINGTON —(JTA )— A delegation from the Conference of Major American Jewish Organizations conferred here Monday on the Middle East for more than an hour with Secretary of State Dean Rusk The delegation was headed by gime. any country, which bases its Labd A Katz of New 0rleans policies on anti-Semitism or on the intended destruction of its fellow men, whatever the phrases used or the terms in which their preachIOD to believe that small doses of! '"6s are couched, is bound to end hate rad.ation are not dangerous," U P wnere ltler dld •' he warned. He acked that Jews everywhere He pleaded for all nations Continued on Page 7-A HOW f0 RUSSIAN UHDiWMDING Goldmann Views Situation Of Jews in Soviet Union COLOGNE ert Serva'.ius. NEW YORK—(JTA>— Dr. Nahum Goldmann asserted here this week ,JTA ~7 I ? r Rob 'lthat the Jewish people will continue to demand that the Soviet Union Adolf Eichmann s %  .^ ^ communj he same facili ies j, ran tcd in the a^J^tfS&i u 88 o aU %  *-"* a nd national groups ,,p ad? P">vide food "at reasonable cope with the phenomenon. Rabbi voU(| jo thp s |bjec A ca „ for prices." While beef and certain Wolfe Kelman. executive vice an "extraordinary conference'" of fruits are in short supply here, president of the Rabbinical Assemall religious groups to deal with compared with the European conbly. told a session of the annual the problem of Jewish education in sumer market. he sai d.^th ^Israeli convention of the Conservative America was expected to come spiritual leaders here. That phefrom the convention, according to ncmenon. he said, constitutes the the president of -the Assembly, problem facing the American JewRabbi Edward T. Sandrow ish community today, rather than On Sundaj evening four Miamians who have achieve! international recognit.jn "for manifold services to worthy efforts" will be hon-1 ored at a dinner in the Diplomat hotel. Sam Blank, Samuel Friedland. M.x Orovitz and Dan B Ruskin will be bonorees at the State of Israel dinner of tribute which will climax Greater Miami's celebra-! tion of Israel'* 14th anniversary The dinner will be held under; nj v endeavors. auspices of the Greater Miami Israel Bond organization. Dinner chairman is Carl Weinkle, with Leonard Rosen as co-chairman. Coming to Miami as Israel's emissary for the occasion will be commander-in-chief of Israel's Air Force, Brig. Gen. Exer Weixminn, to join in paying tribute to the Miamians who, "as the Miami Group, initiated the program of private investments in Israel when the State was born and were thus the forerunners of the worldwide State of Israel Bond issue." assimilation, intermarriage or ""Jews running away from JudaIsm" as many believe Habhi Kelman's views were contained in his annual report to the 1962 convention which was to continue through Thursday. More than 400 rabbis from the United State-. Canada and Puerto Rico are in at(Spiritual leaders attending the convention from the Greater Miami area were Rabbi Allen Rutchik, director. Southeast region, United Synagogue of America; Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Temple Emanu-EI; Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro, Beth David CongregaContinued on Page 6-A farmer can make up the shortage by providing more poultry and eggs.' The earning gap between the Israeli worker an.i farmer, he said, ranges between two percent and 15 percent. But. the Minister ol Agriculture declared, he hopes this differential may be bridged in the near future. The Government has been resiling with plans to implement A new economic policy since it devalued the Israeli pound last Febn an. In add.tion to their leadership en behalf of the State of Israel and other numerous business interests, tin. four men have each found time 1 to devote to many worthy commuand Atlantans Join Education Fund Fray ATLANTA. Ga.—(JTA) Three Jewish agencies were among six Defamation League of B'nai B'rith and the Atlanta Jewish Community Blank, Friedland. Orovitz ana arganizations f ji ing a j oin t brief in Council Ruskin are all members of the the Georgia Supreme Court here The brief supported the position tees of Mt. Sinai Hospital. Fr.ed j gjj^ oca| 5 of tne Amer I5oart| is seekin rcvcrsa of a de Continued on Piflt 11-A ican Jewish Committee, the Andcision in Fulton Superior Court awarding to a j:irl a grant of taxraised funds to attend a private school. The tuiton grant law. passed in 1961 and amended this year, limited educational grants "for the purpose i 1 attending a private, nonsi ctarian school." The brief argued : both the Federal and state conContinued on Page 12-A



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-iday. May 25, 1962 •Jewlsti n-orfdHati Page 7-A Hausner in Warning on Future Genocide Drives Continued from Page 1-A adopt the Genocide Convention and brand as an International crime I'acts which may cause serious bod|iy or mental harm to innocent people of a certain racial, religious or national group." The Israeli official voiced agreement with Sen. Jacob K Javits, ol New York, who had jusl finished addressing the convention Sen. lavits uiRed the Senate Foreign Ipilatcns Commttee to reopen hearings on the Genoa e ratification, I v. l iuh he called "a major element pn the rule ol law in the wi rid However, Mr. Hausnar warned: "Laws against genocide, even if they are universally adopted, will not by themselves save us from evil. They wi'l, however, be of great psychological and educational import," he said. "No entrenchment behind legal [provisions will do, unless all freeIdom-loving men become the cona'ant keepers of the world's const .tine "We Jews," Hausner said, "must derive a moral from what happened. We have lo.-t more than onetta rd of our people • %  • The disaster has left us crippled. To continue our existence we must make up fur the cataclysmic losses n niuiipov. er and spiritual values." He urged that "ever) surviving Jew no'A co tor his people not only uha. he would have done anyway. ill' more. He must contribute uha' a fallen trotiier would have i.\.-iear.> an I spiritually contrii i led had he been alive." His \oue took on new urgency :he .!-'•<" %  Jewry to "penetrate deeper into Jewish problems," streng hen i s education, and "be even betl : %  Jews than we are. "This the testament of tho influenced our health and wet.are, and those ol our children, and the generations to follow." Speaking to the convention theme, "Securing the Future," the famed scientist said that "the security i,l which we speak is not man against microbes hut man against man." He said that man "must orient his thoughts, energies and efforts i'lward developing humane methods for resolving opposition in the human sphere Mark American Jewish Press Week NEW YORK JTAl -The firs: annual observance of American Jewish Press Week w.ll be launched by the American Jewish Press A?sn, at its annual convention in New York on May 24 and 25. Jos< ph G Weisberg, editor of the I ,T SHERATON ilOTEIH'ONFIRM BOTH THE ROOM IT'S DONE VIA RESERMO/II SHERATONS EXCLUSIVE ELECTRONIC (0NUTTER1 Just call PLaza 10961. SHERATON HOTELS 60 hotels in 42 at es coast to coast m the 9J S.A., in Hawaii, in Canada, and oveiseas Boston Jewish Advocate and president o fthe press group, announced tiiis week. The week-long observance will the 20 h aniversary of the establishment of Ihe press association, an organization embracing leading American Jewish weekly oewspapers. A symposium on the rele and future of the American It wish press will be held at a luncheon at the Overseas Press t'lub. Some 30 newspaper executives are expected to attend. In a sta ement welcoming the obM lvalue tl American Jewish PlVSS Week. Ambassador Philip M. Klutznick took note of recent discussions of a trer.d to community ownership „f the American Jewish press and declared "Recent observations by a very distinguished American Jewish historian suggesting the ultimate transformation of the American Jewish pre*] into community organs dees not fit my vision of the future. We need a tree and indepeach ui press in cur community. 00 lees than a free nation needs a free pre--" Tributes to the role of the A men can Jewish press were vc*ced also by many other leaders 01 the Jewish community reAVEtlMO! in Ss Call AlP. 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Page 10-B vjenist FkridHciF Friday, May 25, 1952 Candidates Seek Support in Runoff on Tuesday Greater M.ami goes to the polls on Tuesday lo choose from amoncandidate.in a runoff election. Luted here are some of the hopeful.ir the races represented on the ballot: Marvin Christmas "•Red" Christmas is a for Constable in DisMarvin candidate trict 1. The 48-year-old Christmas is a rtsident here 32 years He is married, has five children, and is a homeowner and businessman. Christmas is past president of the Dade Civic Ballet, former president of the Dade County Employees, recipient of the courtesy aware 1 of Ihe Dade Chamber of Commerce, and a member of many church, fraternal, civic and community organizations. If elected. Christmas pledges "to appoint local, qualified deputies. *ho will carry out their duties courteously and efficient!) Eunice Anderson Eunice Anderson is a long-time member on the school board, with convict.ons her supporters label as '"conservative." If elected. Mrs Anderson has vowed "to continue my record of contribution to the work of the bade County Board of Public Induction." Mrs. Ander>on is runing countywide She points to her "expenti.ee as a teacher, business exI erience, and 25 years of service to civic, relig.ous and welfare groups in Dade county'" as reasons for voter support. Evelyn Decky Evelyn Decky. known in Miami Beach community affairs, is seekir.g reelection as committeewoman in District 40. She is urging "support for my candidacy" in the May 2b runoff reward for my ten years of civic work in this community." Brake sa.i he will 'sincerely appreciate" continued support in the Tuesday runoff. • • Harvey H Baker Harvey H. Baker. 435 NW 45th ave is a candidate for inland n.i\ igation commissioner, running county-wide Baker has been a Miami resident foi 35 years, and sells ship supplies at 500 NW So. R.vrr dr. He originally came here from Canada Baktr lists his affiliations aVariety Club. Robert Richter Post : Jewish War Veterans. Disabled American Veterans. Roy Scouts, and Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center. If elected. Baker promises "to 1 protect the interest of all small 1 t"at owners, and to f.ght for expansion of our inland waterways tor more recreational facilities i and commerce." • Holmes Braddock Holmes Braddock. run-off candidate county-wide for School Board ii. the election on May 29. declared this week that he believes his baefc• ground and experience, coupled with his program, point to him as "the man best qualified to do the job." Braddock. an insurance execu' %  live, was raised in an environment where education was an important part of life. His mother. Mrs Marie Braddock. is in her 38th I year as a teacher. 16 of them in Dade county, and another member of his family, a retired aunt, has taught for 44 years in Florida—the last 36 in Dade countv. fi -sional planning consultant and graduate engineer. is runing lor a Inland Navigation Com: issil Goldl ei g. wh<> owns the Baysbore Club Botel apts at HS'.HI No. Bayshore dr.. has nad "extensivi 1 nee in government" an has .erved as city manager in North Miami-Bmi-rSnrTh Miami Beach. Goldberg pointed out that "this l .11 on is vital to the commercial i.d pleasun boat interests of Dade county In recent years, over eight million di II 11 • have been • in ihe area between Jack.-on..1, and Ft Pi< rc< Dade county needs able representation on this commission >o that we in this area cai receiv* our fair share of •hist inland waterway improve ments James Jimmy" James James "Jimmy James, an ad vertising executive 1 who operates hi.< owi advertising company and hie member of the Disabled Amer .,..: vi 11 ran;, is a candidate for p tni stati Committeemaii or. May bcei an active sup] U 1 ,,( y ,',. 1 ".\ ities fur over 20 years ember ol the Dade Cour.ty Democrav. exee* live commute* lor eight > group chairman 01 Urou| tortW past four year! and h„served on the board 11 direct o| tr^ Young Democr."In March, James was an th. Presidential Dinner committee and recently was appoined b, the Governor te the Miam sper,. tior. space advisory committee and to the stall safety advisory board. If elect< ( .'. < : s 1 program ol pol.tical education for Hade Democrats tnat will result in a stronger arc more, unifu I Demcratic Party. ci rtifu 1 voters 1 chai pn Contir-.td en Cage ij.g Joint Ceremony Installs Ner Tamid Affiliates at Friday Evening Services Robert Peterson An urgent appeal to registered Republicans in District 3 to vote 00 Tuesday in the Republican pn-j mary runoff was issued by Congressional candidate Robert A. Peterson "The importance of beating Claude Pepper in November should be sufficient reason for all Republicans to express their choice of a candidate to oppose the ultra-liberals and welfare-staters." Peter-aid The former FBI agent explained that "conservatives of every caliber would have to unite against the things that Mr. Pepper starrs for by choosing the best qualified candidate to oppese Pepper in November. By voting on May 29 and show. your numerical strength, you can show others who feel as you (o. including many uncommitted Democrats, that Pepper can be eaten this fall," Peterson told District Three Republicans. I'lter-on 1a member of the Greater Miami Crime Commission, ner president of the Miami Beach Rotary Club, a Shnner. for• r president of the Miami Beach Vssi in ex-FBI Robert Brake R"bert Brake this week thanked \cters '"for your vigorous support %  1 my candidacy .r, the May 8 primary." Braddock Holds • Masters' degree in education from the University of Miami, and works actively with the schools and youth of Dade county. He has fcur children in Dade county t.t h, and is active in churct. work. Braddock advocates "an effective teacher air' program to lift \. ^ burden of non-school activities from the teachc. J h a %  ily burdened with paper work, co lections. PTA activities and length;, questionnaires. "We should give the teachertime to teach and the youngster.time to learn." Braddock said. Braddock also feels that Dade schools "need a broadened vocaI education program." He also advocates "an expander interscholastic competitive sports Program, to place greater emphasis on such sports as basketball, baseball, golf, swimming, tenniand wrestling." Sophia Englander Sophia Englander. wife of the Vice Mayor of Miami Beach, has announced her candidacy for the "ion of Democratic state comrr.itteewoman representing Dade county. Voting in Tuesday's sec ona primary is county-wide. Mrs Englander is president of the Democratic Party League ol Miami Beach. She served as camrector in Miami Beach : Ihi I960 Kennedy-Johnson ticket lit:platform stresses "complete port of preside:!'. Kennedy's Officers of the affiliate organ.za• ins of Temple Ner Tamid were installed at Friday evening si r vices "1 the Temple by Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. spiritual leader. Program included tribute to outgoing officers A plaque was presented to Dr. Ben L Fabric. past president oi Ner Tamid, New pre-i ent of Temple Ner Tamid is Murray A Shav. Other officers installed were F/ra Finegold, honorary president: Louis Cohen, executive vice president: Samuel Greenfield, Harry Lieberman. Morris Miretsky. vice presidents; Dr Eugene J Sehwarz. chairman of the board; Seymour J. Horowitz, treasurer; Irving Egel, recording secretary; Era Roscnfield, financial secretary; Joseph Kahn. assistant financial secretary; and Paul H. Press, corresponding secretary. Board of trustees includes Frank C>hn. Aaron Eisenstein. Adolph Greenbaum. Samuel Greenfield. Louis H. Hoberman. Seymour J Horowitz. Joseph Kahn. Paul H Press. Ezra Rosenfield. Max Raskin, Joseph Silverman. Tobias Simon. Lou.s Cohen. Dr Ben L. Fabr.i. K.:. Fine? 1 Gold, Will am Hai 1 'hai Rottenberg. Jaci I Sa| irstein I V Shi %  Fannie 1 L Zaretsky 11| (hi advisor) 1 oard are e. S Ibramsi n, Herman ApI l< baun Sat Baker, Max Barber, ard, Charles Bran 501 Di Kit ; > hulock, K: 1 Deutscl • • x T Eig, Hyman Eiseabaum \1 I'..\ .n Elwitt. Mrs Hen I Fabric David Frankel, Jack Greenberg, Louis Hirsh, Sam Jacobs William K. .it-. Han*) l man, Jacob Mayblum, Bert Men ad of, Li l i ..' .".man Dr Frank Pi arlman, Dan Pn 1 r Ir;. Rachl '.,< xander Ri st, 1 %  > r .,!'' Ri %  nl a. < 1 \d! ii. r Sail liar1 • Scl ener Hi rn an Shaw. Jack L. Shaw Harry Sherman. Solomon Siege 1. irvim C. Spear, Judge Louis s. \ ock Dai Wagner. Jack Wilson, David Wittan. Abraham Yarmark. and Joseph Zeman. Men's Club officers installed were I>a!c Resent, president. Irving Egel. first vice president; Joseph Silverman, second vice president; Fred J. Deutsch, third vice president; Louis J Gold, parliaBe.h 1 orah Graduates 36 Graduation exercises for 36 students of the Beth Torah kindergarten • .. .. Le h Id this Thursday in the social hall with a luncheon i to follow in the Dunes motel. Edythe Clement. "The Storybook Lady was to entertain with storu s The -chool is directed by MrSidney Kay, and teachers tor the kindergarten classes an Mr\|. chael Gruen and Mrs Eugene Mar shall Th( pn ram prepares the students for f;r-" gradi MUMA1 SHAW mentarian; Paul H Preas Ing secretary Bert Menaeh i| cor> responding secretary; N Superstein, financial secretary; and louis J Gold, treasurer. Board of directors are I Al.ramson. Louis Cohen. Frank Cohen, Phillip b:;beshter, btttu Eisenstein, Ad*'; h Greenbaum, Jostph Galane, L<. Hobcrm^". ><:>• mow Horowitz. Bernard Lack, Sam I earlman. Dar Piver, Ira Rachles, i :ry Randil Max Raskin, Ir\ing ^ Spear, MistWolf, and M A. Shaw. Also Install! i the jou.' mom w •: %  officer! of the S li I Mrs Murray A Sha il ores 'ent. program and an intensive effort in ountyComsupport of the Medicare biil now mission ir. District 1. In lore Congress." Declared Brake: "Your votes] me a si: ,<\ in 49 out Stanley Goldberg precinct11 cherished Stanley "Stan" Goldberg, a pro Tk?AVMQRE Private Pool Beach and Cafcara Colony HOTEL At 24th ST., MIAMI BEACN JE 1-0331 e Air Conditioned Roomi e Private Beach and Poo' • Parking on Prtmnei • Cocktail Lounge • Dining Room • Entertainment $ % Daily J Per Per.. ^% Dble*. Oct. Tor a perfect H !" Oun noway P In this picturesque ond delightful setting,.experience 1'' the most beneficial and enjoyable holiday you hove ever known as you luxuriate of The Arlington. ^ Bathe away all your aches and painj due to tension and fatigue in the world-famous, radioactive thermal waters of Hot Springs right in The Arlington... relieve rheumatism, arthritis ond high blood pressure. 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Friday, May 25. 1962 *Jew isf Fkrkttar) Page 3-B 'Parents Day' Fete at Both E! Temple Menorah Sisterhood installs officers. Seated (left to riqhP are Mesdames Lawrence Weston. vice president of membership; Sam Belsky. communal vice president; Ray Morse, president; Al Schwartz, parliamentarian; Frank Nankin, chairman of the day; Mayer Abramowitz, installing officer. Standing (left to right) Mrs. Volpe Reaches for Her Own High C's To Come Up With Summer Top' Series are Mesdames Sally Kurman. financial secretary; Jack I. Sperans, historian; Joseph Feldman, program vice president; Al Mechlowitz, chaplain; Max Nyer, treasurer; Morris Lunch, record ng secretary; and Irving Wechsler, social secretary. Ev< r v.i nder w hat it takes t' put ;ei ies m summertime "Pop" concerts involving a i'.ill professymphony orchestra of 62 ns, nine guesl tors, loists, and ten pr< i area" to suit the tastes ol p< pular :• usi< lov rs ? Facing this h< n ulean task i a< h summer, single-handedly, is Marie \ i'l| e, n anager of the L'nivi rsitj ft Miami Summer Symphonj Orstra. Under her rj the concert pn st 11 y< an havi faMII. .ndaj i • • es at for both residents ai dike. • only f acini VIi %  %  -i..• 1 .. i [ S56.8 f ten i %  %  %  %  • i by the i [Mii lized. 1 loubt if any city in the United Stati wl en summer code* rts are ::. can claim such a financial lecord," says Mrs Volpe. who with her late husband Arnold Volpe, on June J3. 1918. also founded the famous Lew isohn Stadium I ncerts in New York, tin firsl open successful upon air symphonj concerts in th< United States What is the secrel to successful summertime concerts in Miami Beach? 'Hard work, watch.ng every penny of expenses, and having a l nil ersitj oi Miami and Miami Beach City. Council willing to I port musical in this c mmunitj." -..; %  Mrs. Vclpe. Laying th groundwork for the summer sent — this year's opener lui featuring Fabien se\ itzk) coi tin; and S nroma as guest pianisl — actuall] starts early in Novell the preceding year 'I hi what Mrs. Volpe reachi n "high i — a stan! continuing cor— til the • arrive nces, 'Are yi conci 'Pop' concert seasoi • the quesi on w Uu : pel a vi luminous cori the naArs as i h the coi si ii te country is gglei thej all i.ill into placi "Some personal persuasion at time makes them change other commitments," says Mrs \ olpi II in cheek, %  l thmk you will agree that one must really love music very much id be willing to ? through such a challenge from year to year." says ilrs. Volpe. ho not only has man. ced the affairs of the summer "Pops," but who has been the guiding spin! behind the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra for lu past ;>;> years. i.i % %  si is h: I nj ::. ial !' %  '• y" %  : i Sun Ii 6 p m.. in Dora AUJ M< n All proceeds are for the Hebrew school. Rabbi Solomi Si tiff will be principal speaker Entertainment will feature .. pr gram of songs and humor by the n asti ol cere-. Mrs Trudy Halpern, followed by community ing ol "S >i %  I I. :.. Mrs Schiff, chi. assist 'I. < ki sher dinner being sponsored by 25 members of tin Sisterhood and congregation led by honorary ; resident Phillip Derkow i i / s. p. ins on thi dinner committee Irs Bessii an, Mrs Jack Sh i: o Sisterl d president, Mrs, Gertrude Phillips, Mr. and Mrs, •an Miller ai I Mrs Hilda Kostik Ch : is coi regation pres" %  Dunhp to he Speaker Tull; F Dunlap, president of Riv. Bank, and firsl vice presi ent of the Florida Bankers Assn., \'i!l participate in the 15th annual Bankers forum in Winter Park next week. He will be on "Who's Selling Your Bank?" Dunlap will be president of the Florida Bankers Assn in 19B3. IISTE'S sunshine fashions trend setter V -^ in the i \5Tsouth SHcp Burd'ne's fcr the Soufh's widest asscrtmer r %  : s re.-. 351 in fashion and home trends. Use ere c' our Si ish r,e Credit plans to shop the rices ... tc owr .-.hat you want when you want if. Shop mc^day and fridav nighfs, mijmt. miimi beach 'til 9 163-d Hifd. ft. lauderdale, west palm beach 'til 9 30 TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH 4 RECONSTRUCTIONIST CONGREGATION 11527 South Dixie Highway — Miami, Fla. FOUNDERS DINNER-DANCE AND TESTIMONIAL to RADBI AND MRS. MORRIS A. SKOP on their 25th Anniversary in the Florida Rabbinate DillDO HOTEL SATURDAY, MAY 26th, 8 P.M. Friends welcome to join by making reservations at CE 5-0364 or CE 5-0372 SABBATH SERVICES Fi lays 1 8:15 P.M.! Saturday! .it iC :c 4 M. Suniland Hall. 11539 Soi.th Dixie highway Cantoi Herman K. Gottlieb and Temple Choir. MRS. MARK VOLPE 20 Students To be Confirmed Twcntj students ol Beth Torah firmed ay. ie: ci Max A %  i ;!l be tic presentation, members nl the class directed by Mrs. Jack Donnersti i Abraham J Gittelson, education director, and Mrs Irving Seidel, instructor. ;11 distribute the diplomas Theme oi study for the class has been "The Jewish Life—from Birth to Death' and each Student has' written a thesis on a particular aspect oi the subject as part ol fulfillment of confirmation requirements To be confirmed are Jeffrey Augenstein, Alan Altschuler, Anne Bergman. Toni Donnerstag, Barbara Halbrich. Luis Herman. Snei don Hess. Susan Hlrsch. Leonard Horowitz, Ellen Leifman, Eilene Mandel, David New mark. Kenneth Roland. .Martin Kudnik. Cathy ; Sandier, Joan Schaffel, Linda Sele van. Harry Silverman, Carol Vlg. man and Jeffrey Wolk BIKUR CHOLIM KOSHER CONVALESCENT HOME NON PROFIT — NON-SECTARIAN SUPPORTED BY YOUR COMMUNITY Under St-•: S-parv s on c' the Ort"cdo Vaad H ikashruth of Florida liaao H. Eve". Director 24-HOUR NURSING — DOCTORS ON CALL ALL DIETS OBSERVED CONGENIAL SURROUNDINGS MODERN EQUIPMENT & FURNISHINGS HIPROOF Bt/rLD'r'S 310 Collins Ave. Ph. JE 2-3571 Miami Beach Express your feelings to your loved ones SEND FLOWERS from the BLACKSTO&E FLOWER SHOPS One cf the eldest in Greater Miami Just Phone Serving you 24 hours ... 7 days UNion 6-1233 Listen to Radio Station VVKAT, 1360 on your dial, every Sunday at 7:35 P.M., to the comments of the HONORABLE JUDGE MALVIN ENGLANDER, VICE MAYOR OF MIAMI BEACH To people Temple Sinai Has Nursery Exercise Final exercis for Temple Sinai's nursery school will be held this Friday at 10 a m when th* children will presenl a program of an inder the direction ni ihenteacher Mrs Arthui I • 5 Satui "' P m Dr 1. D B< %  %  i the 1 %  %  -. OVER 65 and to their sons and daughters Metropolitan has developed a new series >•( policies cohering lM i which will be issued al all ages 65 ....•: peace of .. of senior citizens and their families in lime of need brought i sickness. paid by the older :•, their child maj have the ..-..;• \nd— undei present •. '. dical exiy, come ... • o-i Men : %  > tan s %  NAT GANS S '.'. 3rd Avenue, Mia s FR 3-4616 or HI 6-9 %  r.rce Compony, New York 10. N.Y.



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P bert. 1 : abbi Ma> Nathlenorab Bi | : High Rabbi David Shap ro, newly e'eeted president o* the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn., will preseer.t the anneal Jteeb and Adele Kaplan prize of the Association, and will pay special tribute to teachers to whom the Bureau vil! award certificates of honor • t the exercises. TV annual 1 Shapoff and 7 tner Famil) award will be preI to 'he student' aaimna the marks in the graduatiot given the Junior Hieh School department Th'graduation exercises this \ymphony I %  tzky. will %  -t speaker al th< \ Ulas awards banquet His mother:internationally rei ned violinist ;ind recording artist. Henry L McCarthy, planning • : ir the Dade Count) Welfare Planning Council, will be eiie the Cd annual .\i.-b Family and rjhildn -• rvi • on Sunday The brunch %  : a.m.| in the R.. • '•• Algiers hotel. invocation r>> Dr ir._ Lehrman. chairman Joseph ... • %  • %  duce JFCS pre iTannen. who will re tbi rec ird of the agency'! lervi 'and activities during the 1961 } A r pon by 'he execu • • of JF CS. L<' n Pish : recast agi ncy plan.lor the year ahead. An introduction cf the agency staff and the board of directors will include th* presentation of four new board members. Recently elected were Mrs. Leon Adler, Myron M. BeJirman, Judge Phillip Goldman, and Dr. Stanley Margoshes. Chairman of the nominating committee for the new board, which will be elected next month, is Dr. Melvin L. Becker. Sen ^ : ,;nd Guest speaki v thj servLONO-DISTANCI MOVERS Complete and Dependable Title Service IAMI TITLE & Gkttact Co. 34 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY • ESCROWS ABSTRACTS • TITLE INSURANCE 124 SECURITY TRUST BUILDING and 136 N.E. FIRST STREET Telephone FRanklin 3-8432 ed as Commisaionei of Welfare for •y of New V years having previously been th> Social Security Board lilinui-. I-'liana an I Wisconsin, a go The title of h Th nper. to the pr • %  > sations may be obtained by call, ir •_' the agency officeTERMITES SWARMING? ^iff LET'S MAKE ISRAH STRONG ECONOMICALLY ON HER 14th ANNIVERSARY and Let's Celebrae May 27th at the Diplomat Hotel. (Vaysh'ie Friedberg JE 6731 ALFRED AR0N0VITZ and BOB HAVERFIELD Proudly Present Their Choice for the County Commission SEE PAGE 5 B DflHY PICK-OPS New York. New Jer ley, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, Boston — all other points. D'AL JE 8-8353 M. lleberman & Son 655 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH RETURN LOAD RATES m f V\3GUST BROS n Yf i-. th. otsr? i^PiSe ctiHce PRESCRIPTION OPTICIAHS FASHION CENTER OF THE SOUTH Largest Selection in latest Styles for Men and Women flltt PARKING SFACt IN SIA8 CONVtNllMT TO BUSES 728 LINCOLN ROAD On the Mall; Phone JE 8-0749 OCULISTS' PStSCIIIPTIONS HMD CONTACT LENSES INSURANCE __ ONE STOP AGENCY ^liV JEWELKT— FURS— MISCELLANEOUS FLOATItJ R^JSLvV AUTOMOIILI LIAIILITY A PHYSICAL DAMAOI >ITJ' Limits to mt yoei neerfl %  T*a Aqency that CAN toy YISI Oea't M roet agent say "h Can't Ba Done" ACKERMAN INSURANCE AGENCY. INC. IT MX 1st AVL FB 1-2*11 a FB 1-4 "Progressing with Our Many Satisfied Customer*" ANOTHEB LOCATION FOB VOUB CONVENIENCE C0ULT0N BROS "A*T" • "MAinr" • "NAT" TOUB TEXACO BOTI Coral Way I S.W. 27th Avo. 840 S.W. 8th St. WE INSTALL GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE S10RE FRONT PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS furniture Tops, Beveled Mirrors ant ffesilvering Our Specialty % L & G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS -STT 3 136 S.W. 8th ST. Morris Or Ha Phone Fl 1-1363



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frjday. May 25. 1362 *•lenist fkn'Jinn Page 15-B bers of the reading readiness class of the Front row are Stewart Reif, Sherree SchmidCranada Jewish Community Center mcyer, Debby Matza. Susan Snyder, Miriam ool will receive diplomas ct closing Oroshnik and David Bush. Certificates will ises :j Center on Sunday at presented to the two kindergarten Left to right nre (back row Jeffrey Coclasses. Melting Pot. U.S.A.," a musical lesNeil Nin H Jason Nirenberg, Mrs. son in Ami riccn history, will be featured. e Segal head teacher, Robert Michael, Registration is now in piogress at the school Elki Sandy Segall, Neil Odessky. tor the 1962-63 school year. Foe Supports Incumbent Carter By Special Report KLLAHASS! i Tallahai i1 essl il Public •ii omm this week thi lei j \\ : I %  said th %  thi %  ,! m ui t ions \ id mj n • \ fri Stall of Flori I i H ho assiste i li d for me in mj campaign %  i enl prim an for Railroad il lit L'tilitu imn Iss.oner • he past r\ eral months, li arned a jreal deal more Florida and about the mi • > i nf the R.uiroail and I'ubUtilities Commission and itsaway producer • director of li n Feeling :i1 do that the annual November Home ad and Public Vt.lit.es ComShow; George Simon, immean ini|M)rtant factor in irawtb and development ol dKJt P ast president and a, 1 am vitally Interested chairman of the Home Show %  • the Commission remain in the commit ,e e of Miami Board of most competent handavailable „ ,. Realtors; and Herbert Lee : therefore, have lecded '• %  0 n .. .. r.e.nd vole for Jerry W.Cr Sunon Realtors P tesident reelection in th..runoff They are formalizing agree' "'> %  ment by which the 1962 annual Home Show, set for Nov. 11 through 18. at Dinner Key Auditorium, will be sponsored by the Miami Board of Realtors, larges. organization of its kind in the State of Forida, and fourth largest in the United States. L EOAL NOTICF IN II OUNTV JUDGES COL RT IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOH DA. IN PROJATE No. 55840-A :i, KI.KIM \N Left to right are John S. GasNOTICE TO CREDITORS I'll A n I \ III la < I \ %  • i it,, I i. ill till ilin.. "ii • %  MANTEL K LEI \1 \\ ....,-. %  • ,.:. Illl.\ 1-1..i %  : i;, Count '1 .,.l. %  .1 Ipl •I. .1 III S.i I : ....... i 11 • i 'nun %  %  ., IHI.I %  • llilir i mi, i 111 In : %  I i. t h lx 1711 laj >l Mat A.li I %  -'. I'.! I' A I H SKI V. \ • %  tEN.I \AIIN I" ;i :i. %  %  ill i A • %  i : \l MINISTR.VTRIX v. K LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN A NJD FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. ,N PROBATE No. 5608.il. IN RE \ Hi IL \.\ X I •• LAN' "H I '. i NOTICE TO CREDITORS IAll • and Ail l*i t >••!. 1 1., i litg I'I.IIMI>,I I i,-m;in iAgainsl Said VHU .it • i" t. li m %  II nil and i • %  %  .ui. claim* ..mi di ii.uids which j'ou may have .IL.HU-' %  '• A Hi i|. AN N I i. I.AM i: %  i i • if Si AH. it. Jama H \. -t Imiii -. tv !.: In I ui %  Miami, IId %  •Mi \ • |62 HiMN Hi LAN. E \ \. HEKHEK I' i: K.U'FMAN it.,I 1 d I'unl \!i I ,i • IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA .N PROBATE No 50947-C IX UK HM.it. %  ESTHER ii iTTI.I EH I '. NOTICE TO CREDITORS I'" A %  • 1 1., I '. mandr I inl ill %  nun i may I lie against HER .;..'!' I lal. -i iad. i ...i ,; ml !,.: %  if I i.i.l, nil file th. their in III. f*nu I e II 1 II' Count) I I i A ii IK' >N i ;• i TTI.IKl: KM \ It" '\' i\ I '/ SI I.VI l: ,\ SI 'HKII Vlturtii • Exei Urn l: lildlng i I %  i .l.i LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS lll.i:i:i:, CilVEN ,i. 11 %  name l I ...i' 111 Levy, 1.1 1 ioldstein .\ I. N.E H North Miami I:. .• h %  1 ., ntend le. aid name .'In ,n • id 11.1.1. 1 %  m LEVY LEVEN THAI., G< ILDSTEIN .-, K II VSSNEII II: >NAL_ VWTV : VTION, .1 Pint dn fWfeSW IK • ,. %  |„, al Ion 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTIPE is HEREBY GIVEN %  |el %  %  %  !. 11' -1 r %  t %  •_ .. :i ill.ill, 11.1111. .' HARVEY'S Vveiiui Vll.iml leach, I th tl %  : inty, I t,i.i I I67H 1'' H.I.IXS WKXI'K, IXl .1 I I: \ HEX IAMIN -• %  IAN %  O/ yittturics ->BBI NACHL.V A SAFFRA is I-1 IlK %  %  Sh..-11.11 FRED J OL 1 %  I I-, J '•II'' %  I II.V. .1 ithu.si \ %  'i s s\ • Ill .. % %  %  t ., II I Mr: 7 : v\ LEGAL NOTICE IN rME COLNTY -L.DGES COURT N AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE NO 5o^62-C In RE • i-.ERI ".I'l'i 1. R< •'• ,.. 1 AVENDED NOTICE TO CREDITORS s 1 %  Hid A H M.i%  Mt N \ • • .1 and required t,, |ire, mj .,; %  :..x 1 %  i lemandx PHILIP KAHN n 1. have iu nl il" %  V lem la G I. •' UBRTRI 1>E L ROSEN I'HAL d. 11. ere 14 yean. 1 • A '" ', : %  Newark S.J mil win •' : '-' -•:!'"' %  !,. %  %  • Ier> up '• 1 %  line • %  • .. 1 %  MI led In • •• lornlu W, ti in. t • • -. 1 -i---i "m '•'""••'' 1 M "' ....... Ma, 11 nl the directtm le M 1 '1 11 1 • 1 "•" ,1 hi 1th ISADOH LAK-IN ALIIERTE ROSEN v J" "• i '" iv* Ml ."i ,„ I-,,.. ,,,,„. ... ,i,. : died M.i. Hi II. re Exe< utor i>l th. • rnl I Rnsei ... -I : ; ; '"' %  MYKI'S Ht'IMAN KATI..VN I'd • i• %  ,. %  ..w.-r sui v\\ ,s i > • %  Mi~Minnie W it e* were m Ball m ire Hii -• in. ntfl ii> N.-ISIII.IH Fui %  LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW VTIPK IS HEREBY OIVEN thai ned, denlrlng to stigafe In inder the ti tit lout nam< ol |>AST at 1 • tyne Boule tforth Miami %  lorMa Intend" lei -.ml ti ,ti vs ith the I • i 'it i nit c..iit t of 1 I.I.I.Counl i 11 M1LPOA, INi i Florida %  oi |xir %  • Ion lj l Kirla M %  i.-nt 1 WUN I 8H1I.M w lO. Mil.'' 'A 6 I-S-1S %  1'., %  %  VV 1st SI IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No 5S7I9-C \ %  %  %  IK\ LOI ENQEL, i NOTICE TO CREDITORS i \ edlto. ind All Peraona Having Plalmi in Demands Avainal Sa i E la! \ herel • itlfled and required in i i • • • i'ii inn .' winh you • %  i iitalnat the estai U IRY U)f I:N.;I:I.. Pounty. Florda enl.... | i :i 1111 provided t • I I Klni NOTICE L NDER FlCT.TIOUSNAVELAW W i 11 lend Tlt'E IS HEREBY I ilVBN thai [to engage In hei eol ni -in,|. th, name of %  'RITE Bl •' 1431.1 SI I I.I mi. t. .i ml %  "iih tini rh i( the Clrcull %  'i l >adi %  %  Ida. STEVEN IRIN I:I: J Miai • Btevei W if %  ited I Miami. K i::• \ .li i v.s '. .. i ,\ i i i :i:.-' \ I KMANPKI. LI VENSi \ Atton • %  %  • %  "' His. %  llldg., '! 5/U. f.'l • NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE C.RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOK DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 4465 | HELEN ItElPHEXBAI'M i h li.W'iP I: \sKIN and ERA.Ni i s It VSKIX. t ..I I %  : ,l.i • SUIT FOR ACCOUNTING TH l\VII i: VSKIX ..t,,i ii: \\.i:s i: \SKIN Aiiii,-s> I 'nknov. n You H\V IIIt VSKIX in.I r*H \\ PES RASKIN %  her-bj notified thai i ltill ,,i i "ini'i.i nt foi Aei'ounttnu' h:iI ii filed ..-:.iiti-i s.-ii. and \..ll .it %  I.' --•; \ %  :, ,,['\ ,.( inui An-.'. %  I'll I'iit-u to ill.Bill th. rim tlfl %  al toi n. y, i • 'i !'.sin i\ ,v i:. i|,l '\\ i IRN, In; I n, .In Road M'ami Be:n li. KlorIda, and file the ..tiiUnil Answer oi I'leailtllK in the office ol thi Pli I. id in cull i '" irl i'ii "i befoi <• rli. • i in. : %  %  : If xi tu ,|" nn luilgmet i ef.iult will lie t lis.n us'.-iti-.i >"ou fi •! the re %  ed nt i he Rill of i implalni %  Khali I*. |iiili|lsheil nm < %  each reek I iinaeeiitlvi weekii In ni K .i i:\\ i,n i 'i.i IRII .| \x I II i\ i: \M i iRI IKKKI • it Mi.nm. Morldn, lluI'll •! '> of May, \ l> K H LEA rilEHM \X. i |adi Poiini > %  I..' .1 i .-:il. B> HELEN KESSI.KR i •i s. i "lei k %  URSHi >X .v Ol il I'UmiN <"7 Lincoln Road Ml nm lleai li. IIn I \ ttori ir I 'laintiff %  '. -''.. 6 : IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Ft ORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 5549 THOM vs IHANXON. ,IR il il i KLIZABI I'll KBAXPES HAXXn.N, I i.-l. mil. in NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Ti %  i: li %  u i. i %  m. • 11 n %  Mm lem -. %  Huti hit ::7" l|..lu ,....i < 'reticent. I ...n.i'.ii i intai i". i" i II. fi.i rol" ARE HEREBY KtrTIPIKO th it ti the above i iuae, ^>"i are hereb> %  -i if .1 to aei i p> .-f > "t.: An -wi-i t.. the i '"it'i'l.iiu! i"t Hivorce in the i -nt %  II MI. N. HARRY ZfKERNIPK, 120 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file tin original thereof in the office "f tinPlerk of the abo\e Pour! on or before June IS, I ••;_ %  IT Compluint will Intnk.-n as ..|'lll..ss.'il ll\ mi IIATEI' Mil L'l. I9tt. i: R LEATHERMAX, Plerk. Plrcult Court, l>ade Pounty, Klorlda i-.iill Bj I. SNEEPEN I i..|iiit\ i "lerk II VRRY Zt'KERNIPK Vttorm > for Plaintiff 120 l in ..In Road Miami i:.ich, Florida t %  : .. i • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai indemlgned, desiring to engage In %  sa under the fictitious nanrft ..f Tin: \ M.I. v!E PLACE, iv %  '• a THE VILLAGE I'L M'K Bl 81 I < T n. don i '..ni!. i .'i Kej Bleca) m i : Intends t" register said nami with ih. • 'lerk of th< i 'Ircull Coui i "f I mdi County iloi lila THE VIU, MJE PLACE, IN.'. B> : el. hard M Maraane, ii President RICH \l:n M SKI'LER, Ksq i I II Hi.il.-.ill. l-1:i A i ,i ii. j fi,| I'll,\ I igi n ,. In, ., 1 -s NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE C.RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 60C 1042O ..I PILLK M VNXIXii Plaint it i. \ s PAI'L EKWARfi MANNING Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE I'l I'M I. i:|i\V AIM' MANNING Address INK Ni i\\ N You, PAI'L EKWARII MANNINl! it • %  h.t.-i... ii,,t ifii ,i thai ., .nit foi Dlvorci has been filed • II -i you, and > mi are required tn %  •I > •• .. %  o|ij nl i-oui Anaw • t i I'll Miltin t" the Bill of Pomplainl on the PI ilntlfl .ii'..' ii. I'. IBIX, RI'BIX v SALMI X, 'I Industrial Nal • i it.iiik I 12, |-|. ii'. I I" I Ig 1 VllMVel in I II Hi. office of the Plerk of tl • Cli ni I'.'tin "ii ur liefon the 22nd da) ,.f June, :••'.if ...II fall i.. dn HI h) default III In against thi ellei dwrnnnded in Hi.Bill of .'. .ni].!., This ti i. %  -li.il I" published oni • I ...i li ei k tor four const • • k! in THE JEWISH I '!.' IKIIH w DONE AND ORDERED .,t Ml.inn. Iloi i.i... tin>t|, da> oi Ma> \ I • i: n LE VTHERM \.N i I indi i 'nuni B) HELEN K KSSLKR hi %  Plerk TOBIN, RIBIN ,\ S VI.Ml >N I I in I us i S II M .: Florida An... %  %  K f i i' tlfl '. .'". .. l-x-1.1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No 62C 5233 'Kill. KlIiE.NK Ml IBS PI ilntlff, Bl PKY P i:i.i:s I.. t. %  NOTICE BY PUBLICATION I RBPK\ >' RttES, ;.'• VI Street Tlpton India H I I hi notified that ,i Bill of i "omu aim Divorce li;ilieen filed against you, .i inI you an %  • quiri .itservi %  •f your Answei t" ihi Rill %  t i 'nm nt ..it thi i" tlfl \• %  • lakl.-) i; Sum h. Il N W 1st v %  •I II M II i : %  • %  ,i.i .m.i ni. thi oi Inal v II-" .i it. ti fin ol ih. i 'lerk ,'t lli.. I'II. ill i '..in : ..ti r befol %  I hi I I -Hi da) ..f June, \ %  •>:. li you fall in do Ign enl bj d. fault ill bi taken agalnsl y> m foi I he rellel demanded in th. i: ol Complaint DONE Wl' ORDERED ..• Ml Klorlda. this I lili da> ..f Ma). 1*62 E l LE \ fll ERM \N. i I. ik. Plrcult P.nirl, l*ade Pounty, Florida -• .:. Bj HELEN K i;s.-i.i'i: I leputj Plerk :. Iv -.'.'.. K i -x IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUOCIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 5247 P \ Y E K t!AIN I•: Y Plaintiff, vi JAMES r GAINET, I i.i.inliiiit NOTICE TO DEFEND Ti • James l • i: ilm > 'i Boulevard Road lei South Ca ...HI.. Yor \l:i: HEREBY Ni mi IKH i bill ol omplalul har .i.ii anil you ari %  %  :. .1 to -'II' II I-OPJ "I V "III II ll-V* .. detenslvi plead ingi. Ihereto uimn lilainl II. > Rl'ilKNK I.K.M l.l.'H ".I s, i bold l: :' %  : tig Ml mn. file thi "i --'it .il thi %  ui Hi,i '1 i ih. • 'li i:. ol thi ii ..ii • befon the lath daj i i,. ,. pro twill be .-itt.-i ed againal you I • \ I'lTi i ti is. 1 Itli iln> ..I Mm IS6t I' H LEATHERM v\ I I'inuit I'I.IIII i'.,,i, i'..nut.. Florida %  -. ..ii Bj HELEN K ESKLER Depul | Clerk NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Nl ''I'l' 'i: IS II Kit Kin III VEX %  %  M \ '. ./ %  -.mt n.i mi uith Pli ti. mi M /.i PI'ARI MI III It OWYNN Soli ttwt • S VRD KIMP.ALL \ .%  <.'i Miami %  I NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 4767 MARG VRET DO.NAHI I., Plaintiff, \ > LAWRENCE \ I 'NAHI'E, SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO I. -\v RENPE \ I" iXAHCE Bi > Elban, Pi nnaj Ivanla Ytl LAWRE.NPI \ DONAH I: : i .toll.i t". • n tiled. | i %  • %  : I %  • i t < ., t ••, .i ;... ,.; Pleading Ii I I %  %  I., nl "li the I' aintiff's .in. inej, i "h;i t • %  M Ki 11} 1525 Baal itli Vvenm H nl. ah, Hoi ma i • \ • A • or Pli .i'i f thi Plerk ol th. •.. th da) of June, l'ji-. it you I so, judgment bj default "ill !•• taken againat \,.u t ellef demanded n thi Bin >.f i 'oniplainl 'fluii. %  I he pill -ti.1 %  %  %  • .%  < 1 1 week t "i IHI "ti-. ,,t |\.u'.-.-k^ in THE -t!:u l.-l 1 l"l.i IRII '1 \> DONE Wl' ORDEREI. al Miami, ., this 2nd day of Ma; V.t> i: 11 LEATHERM IN. < "lerk 'n. uii Court, l '..I' %  inty, Florida i seal I Bj M. CAVALARI8, i '• put) Clerk \tt s f.i Plaintiff ;• II-PI-25, n i NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE C.RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 61C 103'1 WILLIAM MARSHALL .. v* ; l.l'i'\ in i II M VRSHALL, I.. :••.,. SUIT FOR DIVORCE '1 II I.I I'Y Rl TH MARSH M.I. A.I'll-N i, l.l'i "Y Rl" I'll M VRSH \ I.L. :ii notified thai ;• BIU of Complaint Lis,.,.. ha* bi • ti filed .l'.illll-l s ..ii. ;ifnl %  • • -'.1 ti ,. iv. ,i ..p. ol s. .. tnawei %  Pleading In tl.Rill ol Ci ti pla nt on plalntlfl \" % %  • %  N' 'ItMAN i iREEX E I" • > RON -• Mia ml Bi ach : i, i I... iii and fill t hi "i iginal in-,.. %  ..I i'leading In thi offic. %  t the %  %  „ ,.t thi i 'ii. mt %  '..' t • n or befon the llth 'in' ol Ji ii"'-' li so, iudgti iibj di t.uiiT si ill i„ t.ik. II r the reii. j demand. .1 in thi Bll l i plalnl |H>NE VXD ORDERED al Miami, i'i..ti.I... -inMh daj • May, A l' i: II LI. VTHERM \N %  'in nit i "ourl IMdi ml Floi i Court Seal) r. i \ ii.Si >N Di'put) Cli rk • .KM VN %  IREENE W shlngtolt \ v. n ie I o. Box v Miami i'.i \tt v f.. Plalntlfl NOTICE OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO 62C 5051 \\ | I.LI V M I LAMBERTI. I'la I HEI EN f I. VMBERTI, I '. :. mi,, ni SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tn HELEN il I. VMBERTI Ins Ivy Sti. • N vv .,; ; s. \. vv I. ;•-. v Y"ii 111"I EN H I. IMBKRTt, are h, i, bj ti. tlflcd that Bill %  I Complaint for Dlvorci has been filed nga ti-t on, and you ari requli ed to s. rs :i cop) "I v.iiii \n.-v\... ... I'l.i.ilIhtt.. tin Bill ..I Complaint on the Plaintiff alt rney, ANGEL) v M.I. Vlnalej llulldlng, Miami :'•:'. Florthi orlgInal \n-i r or i eadlna In thi offli • of thi Clerk •h. Circuit Court on "t hefore the i uii daj of Juni. :: %  '-' II you fall I.. .1.. s". MI.II.III. nt li) di fa ill vs m be IIL.I iti-i you fin 'in n llel de i ,'ti'i. .1 in thi Bill of 'i | aim This notlci shall bi i nee i. r weeks in THE JEWISH I'L. KIM \\ DONE Wl' ORDERED 1 Miami, la this lull da) I M in 196*. i: R LE VTHERM VN, Plerk i "li cull %  "..nil. I ladi Cot nt Pli ii 'in mt '"in t Seal) Its K M LTMAN Deptitj Clerk WHIM. II \ VL1 KW Vlnsl. v Rullding Miami An .i n. v f"i Plaintiff 6r,