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

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

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

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^Jewislli Flaridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
35 Number 22
Miami. Florida. Friday. June 1. 1962
Two Sections Price 20'
oose Tightens for Adolf Ekhmann
FRIEDMAN ELECTED
bbbis Urge
Viiied Moves
Soviet Jews
;i\. -:I\ LAKE. N.Y.-(JTA)
|h. ibinical Assembly, cen-
the Conservative rab-
i-, mm upon the American
iisi mmunity this week to
|fei agree upon unified ac-
t, it "the threat to Jew-
lift the Soviet Union."
hh lution was one of a
piti, : pled here at the con-
|. ihe Assembly*! 32nd an-
.ention. The measure
th the situation of Rus-
000 Jews proposed unt-
il \ ican-Jewiata action on the
lo:-. three points: "A program
|t constantly seek to im-
: ( anguished concern of
I Jewry over the fate of'
|ir i. ligionists in the USSR; a
ir!> tormulated demand that
an i rights and facilities and
es afl T |ini- mmunities in the Soviet '
extended to Russian
n i a comprehensive pro-
will keep the fate of
li ivrj on the top priority
la ol American Jewry."
IT-. Assembly endorsed a
ice-- endat'on from its com-
ltt< Ml Jewish laws and stan
Irds for a conference between
ttp'i ''ntatives of Jewish com-
lunity centers and rabbinical
Idiei for the purpose of dis-
li'.i". Ihe goals nad programs
thse centers. Rabbi Theo-
\re Friedman, spiritual leader
Beth El. of Maplewood. N.J.,
is elected president of the
isembly for next year
RABBI TMODOKl FRIEDMAN
Dr. Goldmann
Gets Support
For High Talk
High Court Rejects Plea;
Defense Asks Ben-Zvi
For Ruling of Clemency
By Special Report
JERUSALEMOnly one slender thread of hope re-
mained Tuesday for the life of Adolf Eichmann Unless
Israel President I'zhak Ben-Zvi submits to an appeal for
"clemency'" from the former Gestapo colonel's defense
I counsel, Dr. Robert Servatius, the man charged with com-
i plicity in the slaughter of six minion Jews during the Hit-
ler era will go to the callows
The Israel Supreme Court late Tuesday rejected
Kichmann's appeal from his death sentence. In rejecting
, the plea, the high court called the sentence inadequate
in comparison with the enormity of his crimes.
"For who can have envisaged a criminal greater
i than Adolf Eichmann?" the Supreme Court asked, in
striking down Dr. Servatius' contention in behalf of his
client that Eichmann was merely a cog in the vicious
Naii design. The appeal aimed
to set aside the sentence of a
lower court last December and
the case built against him by
prosecutor Gideon Hautner.
HOPE ALL BUT GONE
IN WAKE OF JOHNSON TOUR
Israel Ministry of Justice offi-
cials declared here that only the
slenderest possibility exists, if any.
thai President Ben-Zvi will accede
to the clemency appeal. It is not
anticipated that the President will
Jewish Agencj executive gave mil announci. hls decision before mid
support this week to its president. Ium,
Di Nathan Goldman, on the issue
raised against him b> Prime Min-
ister David Ben-Gurion on some
ACTIONS UNIT MtlTS ... 7 A
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
r
i rican Jewish common
- called upon by the C'onser-
Ccntinued on Page 9-A
iplomatk talk- Dr Goldman held
recently.
One was in Washington with
1'hillips Talbot, Assistant Secretary
Ol State for Near Eastern Affairs
The other was in New York with
I)r Joseph K Johnson, the United
Nations Palestine Conciliation Com-
mission special envoy on Palestine
refugee problems
The executive, after a four-
hour meeting, expressed "general
agreement with Dr. Goldman's
Associate Justice of ihe Supreme
Continued on Page 10-A
UN Hopeful on Progress For
Solution of Arab Refugee Issue
UNITED NATIONS(JTA>The United Nations has very high
hopes'' that genuine progress toward the solution of the touchy Arab
refugee problem may be reported to the next General Assembly, in
September, by Dr Joseph E. Johnson, special emissary of the IN
Palestine Conciliation Commission, who returned this week from the
------------Middle East.
Dr. Johnson spent five weeks dis-
cussing ihe Arab refugee problem
with heads of the governments of
Israel. Egypt, Syria. Jordan and
Lebanon. He is expected to report
to the full Palestine Conciliation
Commission next week. It was in-
dicated that he will continue his
THE HAGUE (JTA) The In lion to pay the costs of maintaining talks en the refugee issue with rep-
ternational Court of Justice was United Nations peace forces in the
told by a representative of the Sov-
Reds Argue Against UN
Patrol Force at Gaza Strip
Continued on Page 16A
te/7 Gurion Attacks Zionism;
\Sharett Offers Public Refutation
The Premiers address was re-
peatedly interrupted by Moshe
Sharett, chairman of the Jewish
if. I. \\ IV (JTA I Prime
David Ben-Gurion deliv-
strong attack on Zionism.
. his pre* io\is statements
ject Including the eon
n Zionists had built Is
aking in one of his more
| reni moods, Mr Hen Gurion
I How many Moroccan Jews
t hekels and now many of
< gates participated 111
. resses? Yet it is the)
built Dimona," he declared
ak in Yiddish at an Ichud
mu m< i ling here devote I to the
importance of the Zionist l(.uls federation on
] in, Mr Ben-Gurion as-
1 that "today's challenge for
|"ild Jewry is aUya He urged
rj Jewish community, even
" smallest of towns, should send
one person to live here. Me
led for a new approach to have
iet Government this week that
Moscow does not consider itself
obligated to contribute to the up-
keep of the United Nations Emer-
gency Force on the Israel-Egyptian
1 or er, because this force had been
established by the United Nations
a- a result of "British, French and
Israeli aggression "
The argument was presented to
the World Court here by Prof. ('.. I.
Tunkin. Soviet Foreign MlniStT)
expert on international law, in con-
trast to arguments bj the United
States pointing out that, under the
United Nations Charter, all UN
member slates arc under obliga
resentatives of the Arab and Is-
rael governments here in the next
Middle East, Congo and elsewhere. (wq months He may also go back
The opposing arguments be-
tween the United States and the
Soviet Union developed as the
International Court of Justice be-
gan its second week of hearings
on the iisue. The Soviet bloc
and a number of other nations
have refused to pay their assess-
ments for the expense of main-
taining the United Nations Emer-
gency Force on the Israel Egypt
ian border and in the Congo.
The l'N General Assemblj asked
Continued on Page 16A
to the Middle East in August for
further discussion. His report to
the General Assembly will not be
drafted until September.
Addressing the annual confer-
ence of representatives of 150
Continued on Page 16A
Continued on Page 2-A
DR. STANFORD WILL SPEAK AT ANNUAL MEETING
Federation to Hear New UM Prexy
Dr Ilenrv King Stanford, newly appointed president of the Uni- dent,
I)r ll.ni> mi......... ......b| u^r |f |h( Greater M|am, ,,,,,.1
versity ol Miami.
Co-chafrmen'oVarecepUon committee for Dr. Stanford are Max
Oroviti, Baron de Hirsch Meyer,
Sam Blank, and Arthur Ungar.
Dr. Stanford, former president
of Birmingham Southern College,
th from the free world come to will take over July 1 from Dr
rael. Jay F. W Pearson, president
since January, 1953, who will be-
come chancellor.
Dr. Stanford will be the univer-
sity's third president. Dr. Bow
man Foster Ashe. founding presi-
served from the university's
i pening in 1926 until his eath
Pec 16, 1952
A J Harris. Federation presi-
dent, said "it's most fitting that
|ir Stanford should be welcomed
to Miami on this occasion
"Federation is the central organ-
isation of our Jewish community,
anci our annual diner is the most
Continued on Page 3 A
DR. HtNRr STANFORD


Page 2-A
* jVn/*f fhrili^r
Friday. June 1, 1962
Israel Consul Dover Greets Miami
Jewry on Israel Independence Fete
In blood and flames the new ,
Slate was born. The battles tor,
freedom steeled the citizens of the'
i>ew country and cemented them
itiot d society, the structure of.
v. hich. In spite of all i.s diversity.'
has remained unshaken." Zeev |
Dover declared in a message here
Wednesday to the Greater Miami
Jewish community
Dover is Consul ol Israel 'or the
Southeast region of the Unite ;
states, with offices in Atlanta, Ga.
Consul Dover extended greetings to
the communit) on the occasion of1
Israel's I4J) anniversarj >i inde-!
I., ndence Declared the Israel.
Consul:
"On the occasion of Israel's inde-j
pendeace celebratioi, my wife andi
I xtend greetings to all the friends
ot Israel in ini.- part of the U S.A.
"Fourteen vears ago Friday,
the 5th rfay of lyar, the elected
representatives of the Yishov de-
clared our country's independ-
ence. The rejoicing and the feel-
ings of claton which every man,
woman and child experienced
cannot be retold in words, but
they were unforgettable. Few
people went to sleep on that Fri-
day n'ght. Early on the Shabbat
mornirg my family, like tens of
thousands of others throughout
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Ihe country was outside watch-
irg the sen rie over Our sov-
ereign State for the first time af-
ter neariy two-thousand years of
wardering, d spersion and sub-
jugation A rw" era, the Third
Jewish C;mmor.wea.th, had been
usherec* in
.As we v itched the rays of the
-i.n glid from the Judaean
hills .- full ol thanks-
j and ice,
undimme I y the nemj planes
v hich appeare I in tur skies and
.lit expire the -first bomDs
;n our ci-
"in lo ; and tlames the new
State waa b rn. T/he bati I i
En edorn I h lens I I
new country and cemente
i'lto a soci tj the struct:"-.' Of
which, in spite of al! its divers
tied unshaki
h ire i : :-. gei ii I ad-
i rsitii ur peo]
ke I, sang and : I whili the>
work.- I......he
ZttV DOVER
II ; |i :' |
-
ate : i i tustei
the firsl
I will n >t recin
... irogress Israel is n
: all sphei.- if human ei leax ir
W take pi
our country has w on in the fourteen
years ot its existence amongst the
nations of the world, old and new
on alt continents ot the globe.
"We stand for truly democratic
government, for social justice,
for cultural creativity, and close
attention to education and train-
ing, for spectacular economic
progress and the ability to defend
ourselves.
"Our^ is -i very dynamic country
and things do not stand still. Our
population is rapidly growing, the
social patterns are constantly
changing. The one outstanding fac-
tor which has remained unchanged
throughout the years and which is
the pivoted feature in Jewish life.
i> the close Kinship and partner-
ship of soul and spirit, the hopes
aspirations shared b) all Jews
wherever the) live, in Israel, the
I S.A.. or elsewhere
"Jewish fate and world events
continuously create new challenge]
;md new tasks for this partnership
which embodies the hope and the
promise for a distinctive role and
contribution our people may lie
called upon to play in the destiny
of man."
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Ben Gurion Attacks Zionism;
Sharett in Public Refutation
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Continued from 1-A
Agency executive, who defended
the Zionist movement Fierce
dialogi.es were exchanged by the
two leaders. Mr. Sharett declared
in his address that he "despair-
ed" of convincing Mr. Ben-Gurion,
who "never replies to arguments
anyhow," that his anti-Zionist
conception was wrong and that
the State was built not only by
those who came to Israel, but
also through the aid of the Zion-
ist movement.
If it were not for the Zionist
organization, those Jews from M ir-
..ceo would not have come here."
Mr. Sharett said. He noted that
Zionist leaders like Herzl and oth-
er- had not come to Israel but were
-till great Zionists
At the meeting if the Zionist
Actions Committee, in Jerusalem,
Mr. Ben-Gurion was also challeng-
ed on this point by Dr. Nalium
ioldmann. Speakin. .- :--: ']
Ihe World Ziom-t Organization, Dr
( Goldmann alluded to
letter sent by the Premier to the
World Zionist Executive, seeking
"clarification" on Goldmann'j
a eel :tl a United States iffi-
cial in Washington. Dr Goldmann
said.
"Perhaps the Zionist executive
o ; to write a letter to the Israel
Government, inquiring whether :t
had authorized him i Mr Ben-Cur
ion) to make his speeches about the
Zionist movement To the Diaspora,
Ben-Gurion ;- not only the Premier
but the per>onification of the State;
and. uhen Ben-Gurion tells them
there is no need tor the Zionist
movement, they are ready '.> be-
lieve '*
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*J*n i*t fit rHi^nr
Page 3-A
-f books In the human relations iield is being pre-
.: to the University of Miami Library by the American
h Committee, Greater Miami chapter, in honor of Rep.
Fascell. At presentation ceremonies are ileft to rightl
: Fleeman, president of the Greater Miami chapter; Dr.
L. McNeal, director of UM Libraries; Seymour Samet.
live diiector of American Jewish Committee affairs in
>i Miami; Dr. Herbert L. Seamans, chairman. University
ni Human Relations Department; end Rep. Fascel!.
Federation to Hear New
Univ. of Miami President
Continued from Page 1A
eveni of the year Tr
inter* st has been shown
I (hi area in Dr, SI)
ent. and,wi are de-
. I
:
linni rone
ear's i
el

ors Fed
. as th<
: ...
. [fairs
in Atlanta, Ga., Dr Stan-
holdj BA and MA degrees
E-^-ory University, an MS
from the University or
Denvi .vid a PhD in political
science 'rom New York Univer-
se began his teaching
.it Emery, then served on
'he Ci-orgia Tech, University of
Denver and New York Ur.iver-
S'ty 'acuities, before being en-
5*9*0 oy the board of regents of
the University of Georgia system
.n 1948.
this board's direction, he
. president ol G
i -i.tii College and G'
ullege [or Women, and as
oi the Univi rsitj Center
ii. which worked with sev
-ututions in Atlanta After a
is assistant chancellor ol the
a system, he went t" Tur-
" 5 : r a year as director ol a
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Southt also has b<
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mission o! th
ern Vssocii
Is
Dr Stanford is n
Beth Am Plans
Joint Installation
Saturday Eve
Ins nner dance fur of-
'hi rs ai ird ol directors of
Temple licth Am. its Sisterhi i
Bn hcrhoi ; ill be held in
joint cert monit ai the Tup of the
I rgladt i n Saturdaj evening.
.Mr- Marshal! Fever, cnairman,
..ul thai Rabbi Herb rl Baum-
itard, spiritual leader ol Beth Am,
and Rabbi William Sajowitz, di-
n (:i r ol the Southeast Federation
ol lh L'nicn of American Hebrew
Coi wil do the install-
ing. Eleaz( r On ensU in ill be
masti r ol ten monies, and Cantor
Cl ai Kodner will be heard
in a musical program
sepl Allschulli r i president
"i i T> mi .i Other Befh Am con-
gregi tion Dfficers are Bj run S.
Crierkj xecutive vice president;
Norman Green, Alan Kessler and
Hilton Russinof, vice presidents;
Mrs Joshua Segal, treasurer; .lack
Aeirglass. financial secretary;
Mr- \...;.( Wyman. recording sec-
n lai \ir> Lewis Gillis, cor
II -i set r< tarj
ct< rs are Jerome
Murray Dubbin.
Marshall Feuer,
Greensti in Sig Glukstad,
mai Ki llmai Albt rt B Levine.
Bernard Litman, George Stalin.
| h Mi liters, Sti nit > Mayi rson,
Miltoi Rapport,
i R Jost ph Solomon, Ed
-.i n Dr Ri I ert Tanner, and
nai VVeksler
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the Temple Beth Am Broth
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y Ci president: Jack Dulbert. first
vice president: Edward Stern, gee
i -. lenl. red Schuartz-
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i Farkas, Ivan Fisher, Donald
Frank Nathai Games Bei i
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came the donor rather than the recipient, when the hospital
honored Charles W. Mauch on the occasion of his retirement
as supervisor oi the Miami Beach Tax Department. Mauch.
chairman of the Miami Beach Employees' BIcod Bank which
processed the blood for use at Mt. Sinai Hospital for many
years, is shown receivinq a plaque from Dr. Mark B. Cirhn,
recresenting Mt. Sinai, while Blood Bank office manager. Mrs.
Ann Hcusmon, smiles her approval.
Schwartz Named To TV Staff
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,\. lib and Rol erl Wolk.
Mrs Byron Chert
ihi presidency it the Temple Sis
!< rh "d in thi nsta lation
flies Sei rj St I B..
: letails
for himself run In Miami.
A substitute director lor the past
year, Schwartz has teen on the
production stall for seven years.
Ht will direct Popeye Playlioust '
. O'clock Xt '. and the 11 p.m.
news, weather and spurt.- pro-
ins
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Miami ra io-television department,
Schwartz the U.S Army.
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Volume 35 Numoer 22
Friday, June 1. 1962
28 Iyar 5722
Justice Speaks
In Israel Court
The Israel Supreme Court de-
nial of Adoli Eichmann's appeal
was virtually inevitable. As the
court indicated, not even the orig-
inal verdict seems severe enough
to punish the enormity of Eich-
rr.cr.r.'s crime.
Now that the trial is over, one
may readily ask: In fact, what
kind of sentence can wring from
the former Gestapo chief just pay-
ment for his role in the Nazi
slaughter of six million innocent
European Jews?
There is no answer except
perhaps to question the court's
decision to execute Eichmann.
Some may say that life imprison-
ment would have proven more
severe for his insatiable egotism
to bear; they may argue that a
lifetime of pondering his role in
the butchery would have caused
him greater hardship than hang-
ing which is, after all, over in an
instant.
These are speculations that
fall into the category of quibbling,
and in fact border on the in-
human. In this sense, consideration of them
reduces us to the level of an Eichmann, him-
self. For, it appears to us, the issue is not
sadistically to measure the physical-mental
pain capacity of the punishment. The issue,
rather, is to recognize that justice has been
done.
Somehow, today, it seems unreal to recall
that Eichmann was captured as long ago as
May, 1960 that the case carefully built
against him and carefully presented in a court
of law yielded the final verdict two years later.
This procedure, carried out by the victims of
Adoli Eichmann within the framework of a
democratic society and an unalterable respect
for the highest legal ideals, which have been
cfter all basic to Jewish history throughout the
ages, emphasizes beyond any other consider-
ation the rightness of the verdict in the first
instance no less than the propriety of the de-
nial of the appeal.
It is not the "whatness" of the trial but the
"how" of it that tells us justice has been done.
Short of a positive response by President Itzhak
Ben-Zvi to Eichmann's one last hope for clem-
ency, Adolf Eichmann is over.
But is Nazism?
Mr. Ben-Gurion's Anguish
Prime Minister Ben-Gurion has done it
again. Once more, he has chosen publicly to
attack the Zionist movement as if it were a
foreign ideology in competition with the under-
lying philosophy of the Government of the
State of Israel.
With his flair for the dramatic, the Prime
Minister chose to make his remarks at a time
when the Zionist Actions Committee is meeting
in Jerusalem. From his point of view, no bet-
ter occasion could present itself.
While Mr. Ben-Gurion's attack was far
from diplomatic, and not very tenderly put, we
would suggest that there is more than a grain
of truth to the things disturbing him. The ques-
tion of Aliyah is, of course, an ongoing one; it
is as intense as the sadly widening impasse
between Israeli and diaspora Jewry. It will not
be answered to the Prime Minister's satis-
faction in the imediate future if ever.
More than anywhere else, it is precisely
here that Mr. Ben-Gurion, whose prophetic
understanding of history has been demonstra-
ted time and again, experiences his greatest
sense of frustration. For, as he sees it, diaspora
Jewry's failure to migrate in large numbers,
short of disaster compelling them to do so,
flies in the face of everything for which the
Zionist dream has stood.
But even here the Prime Minister has shown
his remarkable ability in the past to control
his passions in the most diplomatic sort of way.
What occasioned his most recent outburst was
not so much Aliyah, although he mentioned it
within the context of his continuing sense of
concern, but the high level talks between Dr.
Nahum Goldmann and U.S. State Department
officials last week.
* *
MESSENGERS HAT-IN-HAND
As Mr. Ben-Gurion sees it, Israel and Is-
rael's affairs are not the "play thing" of non-
Israelis be they Zionists or otherwise. As
he sees it, the diplomatic business of the State
of Israel must be carried on by the State. The
times are past, as Rabbi Irving Miller, today
president of the American Zionist Council, once
put it passionately in Miami, when he declared
that Israel no longer needs messengers, hat-
in-hand, to wait for replies in Jewry's behalf
from favorably-disposed world leaders locked
secretly in discussion.
In Mr. Ben-Gurion's view, even the best-
intentioned Zionists are messengers, hat-in-
hand, and unaccredited to speak for the State
of Israel. Where his assessment fails is that
the Prime Minister, in his unrelenting anguish,
denies Zionism any modern Jewish role what-
soever. Perhaps, were the Nahum Goldmanns
among us less inclined to assume the mantle
of diplomat, the David Ben-Gurions among us
would be more inclined to accord Zionism its
just and continuing worth today.
The problem, of course, lies in the strange
Jewish Agency-Zionist relationship. So long
as this does not change, just so long will the
misunderstandings continueand the impasse
between Israeli and diaspora Jewry widen
apace.
A New Day Dawning
The "hopeful" expectations for a solution
to the Arab refugee problem voiced by United
Nations spokesmen on the heels of the Joseph
Johnson trip to the Middle East arouse our
interest.
Throughout the years, Israeli leaders have
stressed their willingness to support any rea-
sonable United Nations program involvinq
restitution and resettlement; and we are in-
clined to believe that th^ will be Israel's
position aga:n.
COR AN entire decad-. Hen-
ry L. McCarthy uu. t_om
daring the week s;^:< '-- *:
been regional director | the
Social Security Admim. ration
for Illinois. Indiana ,- | \y,,.
consin. with offices in
Today, he is a Dad.
Welfare Planning i ,
1 sultant. South Flori
home, and those v
him ;.- pi ker at lne annual meeting of Jew
Service en Sunday, felt immediately that
brought to lie community in his pre;
ayed Mr McCarthy's facility with v.
.-I df moral values.
1 Is what one has come to ex]
itions ..' JFCS breakfasts over the years
\ as a tangible expression of th.
intellectual pursuits to the reason..!
ries motivating JFCS practice. And probing i- precis.
Mi McCarthy did ill his address on "The Therapeutic Con i
For, in the theme ol In- talk, the former Welfare Commissioi
r. than the .-.arrow extension of social work a.- an aspect
pital treatment ol the mentally ill more indeed than the i
;n institutional care with its attendant "open door" polio
In the therapeutic community Mr McCarthy envisi the
drive toward a generally improved environment quotinf
in the "Republic' leclared; "When any of the citizei
ence ^>od or evil, the whole state will make hi- ease their
rejoice i with him." Thus, in the well-orden I
tie "f u- is hurt, the whol< frame feels I
other with the part affected In tl
Mr McCarl nested that proper welfare practic. ( hon
zons from immediate professional considerati embi the
rent in the creal of a mon erfe. I
environment to produce a more perfect man.
IT IS HENCE like Jewi-h Family ii
' dren's Service must play an increasing!) active role in th. i
: social :f they are to meet their broader resp
This l- what JFi S president, Harold Tannen. urged for thi
in his annual report; and this is what Mr McCarthy
a mandal rj n |uisiti to the successful accomplishment ol
-. nal welfare goals m the y. ar ahead.
Nowhere Acr< such need- more clearly apparent that n the
current Mi lebate and in the piecemeal application
Mills Bill benefit- in six states across the nation. In th.
a minority of our citizenry, perhaps 6 to 8 percent. Mr. Mel arthy
declared, our social and economic system has failed.' a :-; It
is the .-y.-tem that has failed, not the individuals who are
victim- of the failure." Thus, many Americans "have never had
it so good." but the sheer existence of public welfare remai
Ml McCarthy -aw it. "a measure of the failure of our -
The national statistic of indigence applies to Florida, a- well,
where the 6 to 8 percent incorporate dependent people "who arc-
in deep trouble because of our way of life." We are now
the welfare authority asserted, the results of 20 to U0 > jr- of
neglect of the very sick, the old. the shy child bom out of wed-
lock, the blind, and the alcoholic. If theirs are ills that
be prevented, certainly they seem amenable to cure In a harsh
note suggesting severe political realities, he added: "If America
is to lead the world, it must have a social and economic system
which wdl work for all Americans tonei that crushes even
some of the people into dependency is, I submit, intoK:
should be repaired forthwith."
RETURNING TO THE Kerr-Mills Bill. Mr. McCarthy refi
New York and its highest rate of per capita welfare a
In the Empire State, he declared, the Kerr-Mills Bill is not
garded as a substitute for Medicare but an adjunct to it v for
such opulent a-si-tance which the bill affords the reci I
its benefit- Florida taxpayers ante up liberally, while be de-
nied similar benefits to themselves by the circumstance
gional political consideration.
This kind of inexcusable inequality. Mr. McCarthy call' 'he
great deficit in our therapeutic community," adding the
that the ill- of our society today adversely affect all of --not
ju-t the victim-and that these affects have their dai
roots in the conditional American leadership of the worl '
an ordered existence in which "the whole frame feels the I t" for
the bruise to a single member
In the relationship between public welfare and private lolun-
tary agencies, Mr McCarthy saw a potent driving force
cure, for "the men and women who sit on the boards of the
agencies are the powcrholdcrs of their community'' .h.
tho people, he said, "of position and prestige who can influence
public opinion generally, as well as governors, mayors,
ana all the other- who decide the destiny of public welfare
| SUPPOSE IDEALLY this i- trueor perhaps it is true where
in Mr. McCarthys experience. But it is certainly not true
lor South Florida, where the social power structure ha- I
> served as toady to the governmental power structure, and where
me one spurs on the other in a grand philanthropic dot
conspiracy.
I have a notion that if Mr McCarthy failed to sav this in his
au.iress before Jewish Family and Children's Service on Sunday,
e restrained himself not so much in the name of the recency of
nu .Miami residence and his semi-retired condition, but also
means of nurturing his prophetic vision of ultimate local welfare
fulfillment. But his awareness of the shortcomings were certainly
apparent. "Nowhere in this country," he said "is the need for
influence greater than right here in Dade county."
,n'n a delightfully knowledgeable reference to the recent I nited
fund campaign, Mr. McCarthy both praised and scolded: "Miamii
ic-tiers ... worked gloriously and tirelessly and they put the
S? ST; ad nuhi, 1 ,.w JSame amoun' as is bei"K Wni in one mol"h '"r
public health and welfare services" throughout the area.
Sott-spoken. Mr McCarthy nevertheless hit hard in hi
LIJ''-""";""'"> '"ward the establishment of the thei
community where any member depnved jn pam or suffci
,,', \ r* irullv,,ll'i determination to make h.- cas.
;' and wh the drive "to create a more perfect enviroi
: ffi,.f"r '""--Ive-. but for the generation* to come." In '
;. ,, ''" **"* lightly on the moral ii
iin tna we are after all, our brother's keeper-a precept
' I "mil) and children's Service as indi
' welfare agencj practic generally


Friday June 1. 1962
fJewlsti fhrMlaw
Page 5-A
LETTER TO THE EDITOR -
Reader Feels Reply is Inadequate
EOITC^, The Jewish Floridian:
j cve caught the letter
\riuro di Fiuppi in your
May 2."> m> reaction was
v .. Opera Guild wont hold.
Balk at the Suri Club!
ce By my optimism
: i ling (he letter
lippi saj nothing of the
o show ;i
en hai 11| rtialitj bj
ii I h t<
i tpera Guild
I h il
di | ttcr si rve?
'

pi
else i an we
app.....
. ni In ma !: itj "i
ei h i com ribute
I its Me I ivi
re a! > members of the
B i'm C!ul, and the
k i .ul)."
Hf -plies with a certain rel-
ish ", there are Jews who are
perfectly satisfied to hold the
Guile functions at segregated
ciub Unfortunately there re
such although not too many.
Some eve- take refuge under
camc'laged names and creeds
whicr hey hape might conceal
their aentity.
I :ter states that the Opera
(, !d its 1J59 and 1960 Balls
oiitainebleau. But Dr. di
1 fails to mention that the
took place at the Surf
I \ ul this happened after a
issiOfl with leaders of the
..mation League. Further-
holds out no promise that
the Opera Guild functions will no
lot ,r be held in clubs with anti-
& ll policies.
1' Filippi has no reason to
for anything. I and a
rnber of people will not at-
uigle performance until the
-.aid of Greater Miami as-
he public that neither Us
I other affairs will ever be
he wants to live a dangerous life
i nd wants to take risks with Jew
i.-h lives He believes in granting
complete freedom for preaching
the extermination of American
Jewrj and he expects thai Amer-
ican Jcwrj sho ild be convinced
that it is in their best interest to
eel the freedom of speech ol
pn spectivc exterminators
11| course, he also believe- "in
encies v> hich will
It i nee vabli
ther
Nui i ill be held -
.
-'. .un.
I, who witr.esse.' the annihila-
tion of European Jewry, and went
through ail the stages of Nazi
anti-Semitism, can only feel a
profound sadness. Mr. Schary
and others of his dangerous per-
suasion impose themselves on
American Jewry, thus in effect
leading them to the crematoria,
while telling them that this is
Americanism. These people don't
want to learn anything from the
catastrophe that befell the Jews
of Europe. They do their best to
protect the Rockwells, Smiths,
Welches, etc. and so practically
assist these fanatics toward their
goal.
Mr Scl
the American Civil Liberties
I on and other organizations oi
kit l jusl don't want l
we can not taki sks with
and plaj I
Thej h .
i\ ed how
are Mi nee aims to
v. e al must
m i t trage
ii their n is assuredas
Mr. Schary would havi
In Europe, there were similar
naive leader-, who relied on the
guarantees of the Weimar, Hungar
ian, and Polish constitutions. Their
laws were democratic and explicit
- but the unbelievable happened.
Ask the Six Million sainted ones
If the same tragedy befalls the
American six million, whom are we
to blame? Certainly, the leaders
of these organizations wno refuse
to take the menace seriously. Their
responsibility is great, and if they
won't or are unable to handle the
problem properly, they should re-
sign
MAURICE GOLDRING
Miami Beach
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Although 1 cannot -peak for the
B'nai B'rith, I would like to -
, -- th it ;. ir editi rial on :'
nsideral in the
- iperl icia I
. -luy it attempts -'
'
B'nai B'rith
q ti in, "V\ hal is
The answer to this q
tion 1 i evi beei given univer-
to ti'.'' Jew himself, and I
doubt your definition ol B'nai B'rith
president, Label Kat?. in term- il
traditionalist identification, what-
ever that means.
In a speech to the Zionist Or-
. ganiiation of America, Mr. Kati
I stated: ". neither you nor I
are obligated by our Jewishness
to do anything about itexcept
that which our own fr*e will dic-
tates."
I view this expression a.- one
which represents Judaism, not a-
a dogmatic way of life, but as
i xpression ot the high kind of free-
However, thv fundarr.i
and the reformer- ha v.- ..:
[or ages, and it is p intless I
mpt to settle thi
What I -' riously qui
i m the editorial i
which reflects >n
. B nth.
Thv terms "traditional Ji
(iologic Ji are ou1
in an editorial sucl
lich :-. I presume, -" mpting
nion oi Thi
is'n Fl ridian
. tainly your papt I
rate approach '
ash community in Miami
the several thousand B'nai B
m< mbers,
JERRY CARVER
Opa-Locka
'
any place that discrimin-
nst many of its own mem-
HARRY SIMONHOFF
Miami
EOITCR, The Jewish Floridian:
... u ith ureat dismay the tec-
icle in the series by Oorc
1 hope that his views re
. the defense of Jewish life
rights are not those of The
Floridian. It is regrettable
-..V.1C that a man with such
news .s mentioned as the next
ssibli chairman of the Anti-De-
tion League of B'nai B'rith. It
sad reflection on the naive and
! i< situation in which American
Jewrj finds itself that such or-
'.ons as the ADL, whose pur-
pose is the protection of Jewish
nd rights, will be headed by
i such as Mr. Schary
Mr Senary openly declares that
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. knist fk-rSii.nr
-Friday. lune I
Host. S Shapiro. Jacob
K Sh William D.
\ Wien, Dr 11
ms and Mitchell
u fson
In addition, Xaver Federmann,
Israels leading industrialist, who
is assocaited with the "Miami
Group" in their Israel enter-
prses, flew here from Israel to
participate.
A hiehlichl "i the evening was
a colorful ceremony conducted bj
Dr. Irving Li'hrman. spirit:
: Temple Emanu-El, i
.- 14th anniversar)
ig ol 14 commen
i andles.
Taking pan In this cen
were Si inej D Ansrn, ..
Bernstein, Joseph Cohen. \
Fme. Ben Frankenstein, a. j \i,
l.-i-ky. Fmil Morton. Jacob
Sam ll Host. Raymond
Loui Rudnick. Harry Silver
i7 Sirkin. Fred Somerste
old Thurman and Max \\.
Principal figures at a State of Israel dinner of
tribue are (from left) Sam Blank. Samuel Fried-
land. Gen. Ezer Weizmann. Max Orovitz, Dan
B. Ruskin and Xaver Federmann. Blank,
Friedland. Orovitz and Ruskin were honored
at the dinner sponsored by Israel Bonds last
Sunday n;ght at the Diplomat hotel. Gen.
Weizmann was guest speaker, and Feder-
mann. Israeli associate of the Miamians. came
here especially to take part in the festivities.
'MIAMI GROUP' HONORED HERE SUNDAY
Israel Bond Sales Hit Million Mark
Brig. Gen. Ezer Weizmann. com-
i. .uider-in-chief of Israel's Air
Force, lauded four Miamians for
their role in helping Israel meet
one of its most challenging prob-
lems
Weizmann spoke at a dinner in
the Diplomat hotel last Sunday
eight honoring Sam Blank. Samuel
Friedland. Max Orovitz and Dan B.
Euskin.
He said, "Israel has two major
problems. One is defense, and
the other is the development of
its economy. Actually, the de-
velopment of our economy is the
essential element in our security
problem.
We in Israel realize that the
enmity of the Arab governments is
a continuing threat to Israel's se-
curity. Our greatest hope of pre-
vt nting actual war is by a build-
up of our strength both militarily
and economically."
Mediation Board
Names Greene
Jerome G. Greene has been ap-
pointed to the Federal Mediation
Board. He has been serving as an
arbitrator and is also on the na-
tional panel of labor arbitrators of
the American Arbitration Assn.
An attorney. Green is president
of the Miami Beach Taxpayers'
Assn., and a member of the Com-
munity Development Board of Dade
County. He is also a vice chairman
of the Government Research Coun-
cil.
The General pointed out that it
was "the faith, courage, and vis-
ion" of men like Blank. Friedland.
Orovitz and Ruskin in investing in
Israel's future "which has heiped
the State take great stndes towards
-.thieving economic strength "
More than 650 persons represent-
ing Greater Miami's community
and social life joined with Gen
Weizmann in honoring the four men
;.t the dinner.
The four, internationally known
as the "Miami Group." were hon-
ored for their part in "initiating
the program of private invest-
ments in Israel when the State was
born and were thus the forerunners
if the world-wide State of Israel
Bond issue."
In tribute to the four honorees
and in response to an appeal by
Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Sholom,
more than $1,730,000 in State of
Israel Bonds was purchased. The
occasion also marked the climax
of the area's celebration of Is-
rael's 14th anniversary.
Dinner chairman w a s Carl
Weinkle, with Leonard Rosen as
co-chairman.
Gen. Weizmann presented each of
the honorees with special plaques"
bearing silver maps of the State ot
Israel in recognition of Israel's
tribute to them.
Charging that "we are still in
a state of war with the Arabs."
Gen. Weizmann declared that "we
know what war is like, and would
want to avoid it. Ml ot us wish
for peace to come some dav. But
if my li-year-old son has to fight
like I did, I assure you he will have
a good plane to fly, a geod tank
to drive, or a good ship to -ail
"For. unlike our Arab neighbors,
or any other people anywhere, if
we lose a war forced upon us, we
lose everything. And we don't in-
tend to lose."
In a broad reference to French
assistance"all of our Air Force
equipment is based on French ord-
nance"the Gen. reported that he
recently heard a French Admiral
and General at a partj in Paris
discussing the nature and purpose
of Israel Bond-
Declared Weiimann: "An in-
vestment in Israel is not like in-
vestment in real estate. It is an
investment in Jewry. It is an in-
vestment in a jewel."
A book of achievement spanning
the years of service to Israel and
the community by the honorees
was presented to Gen. Weizmann
for the archives of Israel. The
book included citations from many
Greater Miami civic and philan-
thropic institutions with which the,
honorees have been prominently
associated.
Among community leaders repre-
senting various civic organization-
an i philanthropic institutions in
joining the tribute were Leonard
L. Abess, Judge Irving Cypen. A. J
Harris. Sam J Heiman. Ernest;
Janis, Benjamin Kane. Jay [, Kis-
lak. Cal Kovens. Samuel C. Leven-
son. Marcie Liberman, Sam Luby,
Ben Markowitz. Baron de Ilir-in
Meyer. Stanley C Myers, Sam H
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* iVni;fl FhrHitr
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Zionist Actions Committee Gathers in Jerusalem
lERL'SALEM(JTA)The Hiture ol the world Z'onisl movement
crious Jeopardy." unless Zionism changes its structure and
. itself "as a unified fighting force, becoming again the
,.,l leader ol the Jewish people," Dr. Nahum Goldmann, pres-
ide World Zionist Organization, warned here. H. issued this
i in his presidential address
pening session Of the meet- dangers." These, he said. in.
the WZO Actlona Commit elude:
.,, highest policy-making body be- The lack of an overallVepre-
..,,-, sessions of iho World Zion- tentative organization ol American
,., Congress Jewry, reshlting in overlapping,
i j..i.i> -,nH An ''.'' of manpower and monev and
irsai,d^fr,^i{fi,ii
.u .1.. 1....1. i.f,. hurcaucTaii7;i'ion. with a vast arrav
its authority in Jewsh lite. *
nd perhaps more important "' Profe<"' oltoaaii "ho tend
,. must be fulfilled, to ? """ PO'c-.es purely from
,,,. Zionist movement to "I*"8!'0 point o x,- lie
, reat tasks of the situs "> the need to add to the
hange in structure, and communit> leadership ol more n-
, do away with old >' l.c.ual ami spiritual eadership.
i t..t..,i<,c-- 'lime Mim-fer David Ren-(.ur-
, hires and attitudes '
ion meanwhile declared that hi' re-
stating that a strong, world- gcrdl the is-ue over meetings be-
wide Zionist organisation is "on- twecn Dr Nahum Goldmann, pro-
thinkable without a strong Zion- ident of the World Zionist Organ)-
nt movement in America, the zation, and American statesmen as
leading Jewish community in the closed "
world," Dr. Goldmann lauded Speaking at a meeting of the
the plend-d solidarity within Ihud (Hami. the world organization
American Jewry," at shown in of Labor Zionists, the Prime Mm-
United States Jewry's contribu- ister said that he "welcomed-" Dr.
t.ons toward Jewish raliaf and to- GoWmann'i endorsement of the
ward Israel. Then he cited what principle that only representatives
tie termed "inherent weakness- ol the Israel Government are en-
m%" m American Jewish life titled to handle State affairs, either
which he identified as "potential internally or on tht international
Ben Gurion Warns of Danger
Lurking for Israel in Egypt
HAIFA iJTA- Prime Min-
David Ben-Gunon warned his
this week that Israel faced
U we forget that brutal
:.ir lie^ in wait across the
r "'
Tlu- warning was clearly a reply
I i wed threat by President
Nasser of Egypt earlier in the week
2>pt was still determined to
-' i'W the liquidation of Israel
...: n on part of the Palestine
Nasser issued the threat at
session of the Egyptian
- of Popular Forces in
Mr Bi n-Gurion spoke at the
iion where he accepted
rar> doctorate of arehitec
lon Israel, he said, would not
a world factor in politics
ir e< mics for "we are few ," It
onlj in the spirit that Israel can
w-th other nations, he
raduation ceremony au-
"ln the kingdom of the
H iii capable of being an
factor and not a neglig-
he .stated.
The Prime Minister obliquely
criticized the Israeli profession-
als m a wide variety of fields
'10 struck during the past year
'Or higher salaries. "Even
mong those who achieved no
s^all measure of prosperity, not
II are imbued with responsibil-
ity devotion to general
needs," he said. "Many ef them
demand fer themselves, rather
than demanding of themselves."
He added that the achievement
ol Israel's goals "can materialize
tnrough the cooperation and devo-
tion of every Jew living here or
in other countries, but first of all
and above all. it depends on two
sections of the people of Israel;
the workers and the men (>t -elence
and art
"All my life I have cherished this
dual aspiration, that there should
be unity between the sectors of
Israelbetween those who create
0J hand and those create b> brain
and that they should alike be
dedicated to the great historic
ideals of out people whose most
concise arc active expression is to
be lound in the message of our
-real prophet.- 1 am conlident
that the day will come when it will
be realized to the full," he declar-
ed
level, He said that was the main
issue ol his letter on the subject
to Moshe Sharett, chairman of the
Jewish AgfhC) executive, and cle
dared he now regards the issue
a closed
Dr. Goldmann. meanwhile, dis-
cussi the issue at a press confer-
CUM* here "1 cannot resist tUe
impression that, what accounted
for this procedure, was an inten-
tion to hurt me,"' he caid. "The
simplest and most natural way
would have been to cable me or
t lephene me. to find out what had
happened, or to await my arrival."
"Mr. Ben Gurion s letter to Mr.
Sharett, said Or. Goldmann, was
only the last ef a series of reac-
tions to my activities on the part
of the Foreign Ministry. In or-
oer to avoid further misunder-
standings of this nature I would
gladly be prepared to undertake
not to raise in the future any
questions regarding Israel rela-
tions with other governments in
talks either with the American
Government cr the Government
ef any other country, and I shall
feel relieved if, from ne>w on, ne>
such requests were made on me
by Ministers or other Israeli rep-
resentatives."
Dr. Goldmann emphasized, how-
ever, that "regarding my general
contacts uith Governments and
diplomats. I certainly propose to
continue to maintain them, primar-
ily as president of the World Jew-
ish Congress and chairman of the
('inference on Jewish Material
Claims Against Germanyin some
cases also on the basis of purely
personal connections and friend-
ships."
At the outset of his statement.
Dr. Goldmann expressed full agree-
ment with the principle that the
Israel Government alone is entitled
to negotiate with governments
about matters concerning Israel,
"i never claimed this right." he
-aid. "nor have 1 ever actually in-
tervened except wnen asked "
He said that his meeting with Dr.
Joseph E. Johnson, special Middle
East Arab refugee emissary for the
Palestine Conciliation Commission.
bad taken place on the initiative
ot Rabbi Irving Miller, chairman
Major American Jewish Organiza-
tions. At lunch. Dr. Goldmann
-aid. he then explained to Dr.
Johnson Israel's poition with re
gard to th. Arab refugee problem.
With regard to a meeting he
had with Phillips Talbot, Under
secretary of Statte for Near East-
ern Affairs, Or. Goldmann said
he had told a member of the Is-
raeli Embassy at Washington
aboLt the mesting in advance,
asking the latter whether he
might offer "some suggestions
for my talk."
"I was informed by this member
o! the Embassy." he continued,
that, among other matters Israt. j
was discussing with the United
Slates, there was a cerain problem
ir. the rotation ol which Israel was
anxious to enlist the support of the
IS. Government In this context,
the Embassj official indicate?
there wen certain steps which
would be desirable So. when Mr
Talbot referred to this issue. 1 put
forward the idea to which the Em-
bastv official had referred 1 made
i! clear 1 was not speaking for the
Israel Government.
"Mr. Talbot promised to consid-
ci the point, and I inlormed the1
Israel Embassy accordingly. I nat-
urally assumed that, if a high Em-
bassj ofticial makes a suggestion,
it accords with the desires of his
Government." Dr Goldmann stat-
' ed,
Dr. Goldmann expressed resent-
ment "that the Premier or Foreign
Minister, without being in possess
. ion of all the details," brought this
matter to the attention of the Cab-
inet and that the Prime Minister.
with the Cabinet's approval, ad-
dressed a formal letter to the Jew-
ish Agency executive chairman in-
quiring "whether I had been au-
thorized by the executive to raise
tins particular matter with the
United States Government."
Dr. Goldmann told the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency here that he
(iocs not intend to pursue the issue
between him and Mr. Ben-Gurion
any further than the statement
which he made at the press confer-
ence. No meeting between Dr.
Goldmann and the Premier has
been fixed, hit it was believed here
Monday such a meeting woul I take
place during this week.
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Reconstructionists Prepare 'Guide'
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nous partj 1
intrj u i Canada ..-. att
p-o* Kaplan, who founded tne
Jewish Reconstruetionist move-
r^*"1 40 yearj go with the aim
' to advance the concept of JiroV
*:irp s en evolving religious civi-
zetion," further emphasized in
his address "the need of focus-
ing, attention of what is wroog
in Jewish life and what has to
be dene to set it right.''
He .r.i:r.:a. I the pos>es5-
. -. :' rock kaovtadfC will make
act clearly and de-
< jively to meet '.he problems of
(ewish people today "
The conventior. -.rkei the
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Dr I I that
De* G- Ritual
Ui.re :- 1 be -. red or
used mi -.'. Arud
r a^ a code. ar.i thai tl M
re respor.sitie for prepi.-.r.
text do MM I ~." h as infaliib.e
beacc ..-.;.-able "'
Dr Eiseosu to further rei
that I e was prepared :r. :U
:'orm at the request of the
;a:es vfao attended las; year':
<< r vention of the Federation of Re-
construction;;! Congregations and
. ships
"Appearing as a separate docu-
ment, the Guide may not be un-
derstood in its proper context,
namely, as a one small segment
of a total philosophy of Judaism
for our time and of an over/ll
program to implement that phil.
osophy," he said, adding that
"while ritual is extremely im-
portant it represents but one
aspect of Jewish religious life."
Tbt further 1
clear thai ttw is not u

ing the n revisions
adopted r dis
tribut :^.- f 1962
Am ~.z thi resolutions adop'ed
iras ore n
its ;roup<
tad to all h
the I. | thai :r. ra:-:n-
I nds for in*".." bei
h iearr.ir.g they recognize the
prii f coaua atttl res|
Kf for the-e The
itita recommended a joint
campaign by each group for all the
s*minar:e- a.-.: schools aad tl
food] be allocated to the several
rec:p:er.ts by the governing board
of each congregation or group.

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aaer f<>r Holsom Bakt-r of South
Miami, has been elected to the
board of directors of the Sale> and
Marketing Executive Club in
Miami With the Holsum Bakers
for 29 years. Hunton is a membei
of the Toastmasters' club. Ex
change Club. U.C.T., and Person-
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The week-long cbser% I
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PJemMh fhrktIaHn
Page 9-A
JVS Receives 527,413 Program Grant;
Barney Bernstein Elected President
Bernstein (left), newly-elected president of Jewish Vo-
':! Service, receives qavel o! ofiice from Sam J. Heiman.
honorary president, and installing officer at annuel
(-i the agency here. ^^^^^_____
UM Grads Get Gold Key Awards
,ating seniors at the
iv ol Miami received gold
at awardi for attain-
. i scholastic average
. | ective areas of stuih
. i i : Arts and Scienc<
are presented an-
by Delta Mu art< and
honorary to students
grade-point cumula-
raj m during their four
: college. Dr. E Morton
!. an i>i the College <>{ Arts
- iences, presented the keys
i u monj ..t noon in the fae
ultj lounge ol the Aabc bldg.
Receiving an award as the best
ident among the five was
Snyder, of 1214 Ferdinand
M Coral Cables, majoring in
;. who has a 2.97 average
a possible 3.0. She also
leads in the Social Sciences catc
. :..
ving an award in the bio-
1 -indies category was Ro-
berta Kimmel, of 530Calgula. Coral
a home economics major
11 average Virginia Dun-
: 415 NF. 96th st.. Miami
an English major with a
prage, was winner of the
ties award.
Melvyn Ciment. oi 1026 Euclid
ave.. Miami Beach, a mathematics
major, was in the Physical Sciences
1 .,: .r\ with a 2.88 average Leon
E Braxton, of 5990 SW 86th st.,
So. Miami, majoring in German
with a 2.72 average, was selected
in the Communications category.
Faculty advisor to the group is
Dr. Gerrit Schipper. chairman ol
the department ol philosophy.
Barney Bernstein. Miami Certi-
fied Public Accountant, has been
elected president of Jewish Voca
tinnal Sen ice.
Also > lected to serve at Ihe or
pnnization annual meeting Wed
1 i-sday at the Embers were Sam J.
Ueiman, honorarj president; Mar
ill s. llarn-, Maurici H Hyman,
Lul j jr and Mrs Gerald P
/. vice 1 residi nts; Mrs Charles
r Feinbei 5. s< cretary; Chai
t7olff, in aaurer | resi-
iri 1 lemen J. Ehrlich and
: i kin.
r tei
rd ol dire tors wen
Mi j \. Baskin. Cli men .1
Eni lich irh P 1 ember \
\ : 1 rl .1 Hir
Dr. Alan Jackson. Irwin Kafz
e, Stuart Rothchild,
d 1. Ruskin, and Saul Schul-
man.
Other board member- are David
M Bloomberg, Herberl P. Blum-
j, Mrs Jack Chernau, Sidney
Efronson, Harold Goldfarb. Jerome
(, Greene, Eugene Heiman. Mor-
ris Hoffman. Albert Quadow, Dr
J. R. Schwartz. Jesse Schwartz,
Sam Stark. Mrs. Sam Stark, and
Arthur I. Willner
Announced at the meeting was
the awarding of $27,413 to JVS
from the U.S. Department of
Health, Education and Welfare.
Also featured was the presenta-
tion of an award by the agency
to Claude M Andrews, state di-
rector of vocational rehabilitation
of the State Department of Edu-
cation.
Reported at the annual meeting
was the placement of 503 handi
. ipped and disabled people in
regular employment in Greater
Miami during the past few year-.
Handicapped worker.- employed in
tkte Jewish Vocational Service.
Workshop have earned $94,723 in
, from 1958 through Mar. 3J
of this year ln< ime from contracts
foi the same period amounted to
33.
Wv ted pn si l< nl Bern
ein pi i nti d certifit t< '' r
i io Clemen J
Ehrlich and Ruskin, past pi
nnounced i

ctors; an expai sion progran
i lai c< and counsi ling to indi-
viduals and groups in a joint pro-
gram with the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center. B'nai B'rith
Youth Organization and various
Temple groups; and a building pro-
gram which will bring together
the facilities of JVS into one cen-
trallj located facility
At the meeting, it was also n
vealed thai Bernstein and Dr.
hael Goodman, executive di-
n r Ol JVS, have been appointed
by Florida Gov. Farjtf* B giant to
tie Governor's committee for em-
ployment 01 the handicapped
Marshall s Harris was prograi i
tee includi I
i : h< : Geral i
G. Greei I Albei J Hii h
Hei
Nomini I

Mi stark out-
ency
Rabbis Urge Unified Approach
Continued from Paoe 1-A
vativc Rabbinate at another sess-
ion to make available all present!!
unused facilities in synagogues
ard community centers for the
growing network of day schools of
all denominations.
Rabbi Friedman declared: "It
sm old be a great crime for the
American Jewish community to di-
vert it- funds for new buildings as
day schools emerge since there are
thousands of classrooms available
in our synagogues and centers that
are only used for late afternoon
and evening activities Rabbi
Friedman noted with concern that
many existing day schools arc pres
entry housed in crowded inadequate
quarters and that "the opening 11
additional day schools, with mi
children waiting to attend them,
I.- being delayed by a critical class-
room shorl
Lay and spiritual leaders of the
movement agreed at another ses:
ion that the teaching of religion;
values mu-t become the primary
function of Jewish education if t
is to have an impact on human al-
[airs. The leaders emphasized, in
paper- and addresses, that the
aim should be to disseminate the
idea that Jewish education wa
"not an end in itself" but rather
that the total human being was the
i! iective.
llfif.
Farband Branches
Plan Celebration
The three K.trhand branches.
Ben-Guhon, Biahk and Poale Zion.
ihaim Greenberg, will hold a joint
traditional Shavuot celebration Sat-
urdav evening, June 9, at the Far-
band Cultural Center. 842 Wash-
ington ave.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi
Solomon Schiff, of Temple Beth El.
ard Cantor Herman Gottlieb, ol
Temple Beth Shirah. will conduct
a musical program, including com-
munity singing. Max Astor. pres-
ident of the Ben C.uPion Branch,
will present a dramatic reading.
Chairman of the affair is Beryl
Morrison.
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seated (left to right) Mesdames Jacob Davis.
Nathan Bookspan. Robert Garber, Wolfe
Shklair. Abraham Mason. Fanny Werner, Ju-
lius Rosenstein. Standing (left to right) are
Mrs. Miriam Press, Ezra Finegold. Johan L.
Berman, Bernard Silver, Harry Feldman, Mrs.
Sylvia Meyers, Mrs. Johan L. Berman and Ju-
lius Rosenstein.
Jewish National Fund Honors Workers;
Reveals Plans for Kiryat Me Ami Fete
Leon J. Ell. president of the Jew-
ish National Fund Council, lauded
"devoted workers" for their ef-
forts and "dedicated service" on
behalf of the Greater Miami JNF
during the past year at a meeting
hire at the Fontainebleau hotel.
Awards were given to the follow-1
ing: Mr. and Mrs. Johan L. Ber- ,
man. Mrs Nathan Bookspan. Mrs.
Jacob Davis. Harry Feldman. Ezra '
Fmcgold. Mrs. Robert Garber. Mrs.
Sarah Jurkowitz. Mrs. Abraham
Mason. Mrs. Sylvia Meyers. Mrs.
Miriam Press, Mr. and Mrs. Julius
Rosenstein. Mr. and Mrs. Wolfe
Shklair, Bernard Silver, and Mrs.
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Noose Tightens for Eichmann;
Dr. Servatius Seeks Clemency
Continued from P9 I-A
Court Simon Agranat read the five-
member courts judgment, which
reaffirmed the death sentence
without hesitation or reserve."
The former chief of the Gestapo's
Jewish Affairs Section kept his
hands tightly clasped as he heard
the denial of the appeal, and
stared with fixed attention at the
judges.
Should, as expected. President
Ben-Zvi close Eichmann's last
chance for life by denying Dr.
Servatius' latest plea, it is antici-
pated that he will be hanged soon
after behind the walls of Ramleh
Prison near Tel Aviv.
In probably the last scene of one
of the world's grimmest and most
sensational trials, the Israel Su-
preme Court rejected one by one
the charges by Eichmann's defense
counsel that (a) one nation cannot
try a foreign national for crimes
allegedly committed outside its
own borders; (b) the law under
which Eichmann was tried was
enacted after the alleged crimes
were enacted; to Eichmann was
kidnaped from Argentina and il-
legally brought to Israel for trial.
Declared the court: "Crimes
with which the appellant is
charged are within the jurisdic-
tion of the Israel court. It is
clear that all acts of persecu-
tion, deportation and murder in
which the accused took part con-
stitute war crimes within the
meaning of the Nail and Nazi
collaborators' law under which
he was tried here."
In addition, the court ruled that
Eichmann had violated the law on
genocide established at Nuremberg
after World War II; declared that
Israel was the proper place to try
Eichmann. since most of the wit-
nesses and documents submitted
at the trial, including those used
by the defense, were in Israel: and
turned down the defense conten-
tion that Eichmann was brough, to
Irael against his will, citing the
agreement between Argentina and
Israel in 1960 in which Argentina
waived claims for the return of
Eichmann.
Translation of the long verdict
nearly 90 pageswas completed
Monday from the original Hebrew
into English. German and French
(From Vienna, the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency reported that cir-
cles close to Austrian police said
a plot had been hatched there last
summer by Horst Eichmann, the
prisoner's third son, for the ab-
duction of Eichmann and his "res-
cue'' from Israel. Horst Eich-
mann. a sailor, it was learned, had
discussed his father's recapture
with Robert Verbelen. the No. 2
wartime leader of the Belgian Na-
zis, who is now under arrest for
war 'rimes at Vienna. I
to Mrs. William Beckwith. Mrs. Jo-
seph Brenner. Isaac Donen, Miss
Hannah Finn. Abraham Fraidlin,
Mayshie Friedberg. Abraham
Grossman. Peter Heller. Sam Kop-
kind. Mrs. Fannie Liedban, Mrs.
Pauline Levick, Mrs. Louis Lustig.
S;:m Schachno. Meyer Siegei, Ben
Silver, and Joseph Zuckerman.
Dr. Zev Kogan. counsel for the
Jewish National Fund, stressed the
"vision and courage" of Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz, Johan L Ber-
man, Hyman Eisenbaum. Leon J.
Ell. Dr J. A. Greenhouse. Max
Hecht. Dr. Irving Lehrman, and
Julius Rosenstein.
They are the original founders of
Kiryat Me Ami. Miami's twin city
in israel, who left for New York
to pledge for themselves and the
Jewish National Fund of Greater
Miami "to bring this project to
successful fulfillment."
Dr. Kogan said that "Kiryat Me
Ami is situated in a very impor-
tant and strategic area on the Jor-
danian border. It is vital to the de-
fense and security of the young
country."
Dr. Kogan also reported on the
progress made by the Foundation
for Jewish National Fund on behalf
of Kiryat Me Ami. He revealed
that Dr. Irving Lehrman. chairman
ol the Foundation for Jewish Na-
tional Fund, and Mrs. Lehrman
will bo amonc communal leaders
to t; ke part in the Kiryat Me Ami
dedication pilgrimage to Israel
bchedukd October 18 to Nov. 10.
The group will leave by El Al
Airlinerd for a 16-day stay in Israel
and eight days in Europe. Capt
Leo Gardner, district manager of
El Al. will supervise arrangements
here. While in Israel, the delega-
tion will be honored guests of the
Keren Kayemeth Leisrael.
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Page 11-A
AJC Office Seeks to Adjust Israeli View
C-kEETINGS to a., our friends and patrons
om df the executives "i
the Arrurican Jewish Committee
wa> ii Miami this week to take
parl i" ;i symposium sponsored
by th' Universitj of Miami law
school and the American Societ)
ni Legal History at the McAllister
hotel.
Hi is Dr. Sim Segal, direc-
tor 01 AJComm;'.: [oremn at-
[airs departmenl in outstanding
authority in the field oi interna-
tional Human rights.
Dr Segal, who arrived here fo
address himself to the subject
of IntracLltoral-lnfercultural
Problems of the Americas" in a
personal view of how private
organization and voluntary bod-
ies can contribute to under-
stand ng, suggested that South
Florida is not a long way off
from i*e time when it may well
become a center of interaction
for rr-e Jewish communities of
both hemispheres.
Thi foreign affairs department
of thi American Jewish Commit-
tee consists of three basic units
A committee on toreign affairs
concerns itself with Europe, south
America, and the emerging Afri-
can nations, among "ther areas
of consideration. A committee on
international organization is pri-
marily identified with the pro-
grams of the United Nations. A
third unit is exclusively devoted
to Israel.
"You knov.," Dr. Segal com-
mented, "that the American Jew-
ish Committee has been concern-
ed with the Jewish national
homeland ever since AJC's found-
ing back in 1906 As a matter of
fact, the purpose of the organiza-
tion was to deal with problems
in foreign countries arising over
their Jewish populations In real-
ity, the American Jewish Com-
mittee has been a foreign affairs
organization from the very be-
ginning."
This was by way of Dr. Segal's
introduction to some interesting
facts about the Committee's new
office in Israel.
"The record is clear.' he proud-
ly remarked. AJC endorsed the
Balfour Declaration in 1918. When
Dr. Chaim Weizmann established
the enlarged Jewish Agency, the
American Jewish Committee was
designated as the non-Zionist arm
of the agency." He became
thoughtful for a moment, musing
on some of the historic founda-
. tionstones of what would be
Israel in 1948.
"But the arrangement didn't
work out well." Dr. Segal -aid.
"especially when the Jewish
Agency virtually became the Zion-
ist Organization The executives
of both groups are identical to-
day."
Continuing to trace AJC iden-
tification with the movement
for a Jewish national home-
land. Dr. Segal remarked:
"Long before the establishment
of Israel, and even before World
War ft, we protested the Brit-
ish White Paper. But the fact
is that we always took the prac-
tical and pragmatic road rather
than the ideological."
Explaining, he said: "By which
1 mean that the American Jew-
ish Committee never bothered to
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enter into debate about whether,
for example. Israel should be a
tree and independent nation a
part of the Briti-h Common-
wealth or, indeed, any other kind
of political arrangement.
"And finally, when we came out
in support of partition, this move
was a practical rather than an
ideological matter. We were con-
cerned with massive numbers of
displaced persons and refugees
who had to be resettled Reset-
tlement could only be accomplish-
ed by Jewish control of the im-
migration process"
In a final historic view of
American Jewish Committee
identification with the creation of
Israel. Dr. Segal reminisced on
the Jewish Agency crisis of 1946.
when the U.S. Government heard
the Agency's plea for partition
The then Secretary of State call-
ed in Judge Joseph M. Proskauer.
president of the American Jew-
ish Committee from 1943 to '48.
and put it to him flatly:
"We know how the Zionists
feel about a Jewish State But
what about non-Zionist Jews" Do
they also support the movement0
The U.S. will not feel inclined to
underwrite partition if non-Zion-
ists are opposed."
As Dr. Segal sees it. "AJCom-
mittee's advice, we hope, had a
substantial effect in tipping the
balance in favor of Israel."
Why an American Jewish
Committee office in Israel to-
day? "What we are trying to
do," Dr. Sgal explained, "is to
interpret Jewish communities
outside of Israel to Israelis.
Believe it or not, many Israelis
are becoming excessively pro-
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"Others remain motivated by
their wonderment that Diaspora
communities continue to exist in
the face of the German experi-
ence You will have to come
here someday as refugees.' they
tell us, 'SO why not come now?'
They fail totally to understand
the democratic foundationstones
of the Western world.
And -till others." Dr. Segal
observed, "have no identification
with non-Israel Jews whatsoever
There were the prophets of the
Biblical eta. and there is Israel
today. The more than 2.000 in-
tervening years are totally lost to
themquite as if nothing happen-
ed in between."
To try to interpret non-Israeli
Jewry, the American Jewish
Committee office will launch at
the end of this month the publica-''
lion of a new magazine along the
lines of Commentary, to appear j
entirely in Hebrew. AJC also i
hopes to lead symposia and sem-
inars at the Hebrew University
on American Jewish civilization,
as well as to translate and dis-
tribute in Hebrew the works of
such men as Abraham Lincoln
and Thomas Jefferson.
"The Israel Government," Dr.
Segal noted, "has welcomed the
AJCommittee office, which also
hopes to assist in the intercol-
tural acclimatization between
Sephardic and Ashkenaxic Jews
where, frankly, there has been
much ill-feeling."
Heading the new office is Dr.
Maximo Yagupsky. former head
of the organization's office in
Buenos Aires. "He is brilliant,
speaks Hebrew. Yiddish, and
other languages fluently, and
won't have what some Israelis
regard as 'the American stigma.'
Sadly, there are Israelis who
think of us as "dangerous imper-
ialists' who want to 'take over'."
The office itself is situated in
Tel Aviv to strengthen the gen-
eral understanding that the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee project in
Israel is non-governmental and
non-political. "This is a sociolo-
gical undertaking." Dr. Segal ex-
plained, "in the sociological capi-
tal of the country. This is an ex-
tension of AJC's historic concern
with modern Jewry and modern
Judaism."
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+Je*lsfi tUrkttan
Friday. June 1, 1962
Rabbi Helm Will
Take New Pulpit
In El Paso
Rabbi Leo Heim has announced
his resignation as spiritual leader
oi Temple Tifereth Jacob in Hia-
li-ah to assume a new pulpit at Con-
jation B'nai Zion in El Paso,
Ten. Announcement of his n-i-
nation was made at a meeting of
the Temple's board of directors.
Rabbi Heim has : -idem
Miami since his arrival in the
- i" years ago. Ordained in Chi-
igo in 1955. Rabbi Heim ncOSed
Bachelor's degree in human re-
lions and ree in ed-
ucal he L'niversitj oi Miami,
is currently preparii .. I r a
Ii. at the Jewish Theological
[America
He is a member of the Rabbini-
cal Assembly of America, the
Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn.
and the Hialeah-Miami Springs
Ministerial Assn.
Rabbi Heim has served as Jew-
ish chaplain at the Dade county
prison, and actively participated in
the work of the Jewish National
Fund. Bonds for Israel, the South-
east region of the United Syna-
gogue of America, and several civ-
ic organizations. He is also on the
board of directors of the Bureau of
Jewish Education of Greater Mi-
ami
A native of Czechoslovakia. Rab-
bi Heim was named "Outstanding
New American" by the National
Council of Jewish Women in recog-
nition of his contribution on behali
of the American Jewish commu-
n.ty. He is married and the father
Of three children. The Heims will
leave for a family reunion in Chi-
cago late in June prior to their de-
parture for El Paso.
Newly-elected officers of the Bureau of Jewish Education were
installed at an annual dinner last week at the Fontainebleau
hotel. Seated (left to riqht) are Leon Ell, vice president; Joseph
Cohen, president. Standinq are Judge Fred Barad, treasurer;
Louis Schwartzman, executive director; Melvyn B. Frumkes,
secretary. Not shown are Leo Robinson and John Temple,
vice presidents; and honorary officers, M. A. Baskin. honorary
president; Louis Heiman, Max Meisel, Benjamin Meyers, Mrs.
Matilda H. Ratner, past presidents; Harry Simonhoff. Harold
Thurman, Mrs. Joseph Duntov, Mrs. Louis Glasser, honorary
vice presidents.
Special Temple Zamora Service to Mark
'Deliverance from Peril' Friday Evening
Temple Zion
Affiliates Will
Install Officers
Annual installation of officer-
will take place during evening ser-
vices at Temple Zion thi Fri'i.iy
with Rabbi Alfred Waxnian con-
ducting the ceremony for the Ihi
: the Temple.
of the Temple are
Hyman Potash, president; Jo*
Robbins 5ti n n on. and Mor-
ris W<
si cretary:
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Men's Club officers are Reuben
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S.imini Fletcher. Al Zisman. vice
presidents; Saul Penick. correspon-
ding secretary; Henry Levy, re-
cording secretary; Morns Harris,
financial secretary; Bernard Jaf-
fce. treasurer.
An Oneg Shabbat will follow the
installation.
Miamians OH to Confab
Fred A. Sandier. 2720 SW ?nd.
a\e., and Charles MandeKtam,
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been invited to participate in a
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Cecil J North, president, ard oth.
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A traditional ceremony thanking
God for deliverance from peril will
highlight this Friday evening sen-1
ices at Temple Zamora, 44 Zamora
tve, Coral Gables. Rabbi Nathan
II. Zwitman. of Tifereth Israel
Temple, will call on every member
and synagogue delegate at the
service to join in the Shehechyonu
prayer.
John Bigman. who spearheaded
the drive to avert the recent threat
of foreclosure, said that "this is in-
deed a Sabbath of thanksgiving for
all friends of Zamora. We are com-
pletely solvent now. and we hope
to stay that way.
"Our membership has increas-
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paring a program of activity
which should appeal to every
member of the Temple.
"We hope to have hundreds of
worshippers honor our sanctuary
this Friday evening and join us on
this joyous occasion and at the
Oneg Shabbat."
At Saturday morning services,
'tribute will be paid to the men
and women on whose enthusiasm
the congregation will count fi.r the
coming year," Bigman explained.
"In the program planning for the
future, top priority at Zamora will
be given to the needs of teen-agers.
The Hebrew school will strive to
meet the highest standards set by
the Bureau of Jewish Education,
employing the newest methods of
accelerated study of Hebrew as in-
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He said that a weekly morning
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the presentation of Jewish Biblical
end modern history through dra-
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f"*i*tfUri<1irir
Page 13-A
FROM THE TALMUD
Shahbat. 104a.
"/t is the sign of gemilut husu-
Jim 10 'run after the poor'."
* *
, AcaJat Shir ha-Shinm.
He (hut feeds the hungry feeds
Cod also.
*
Ruth Rabbah, 19.
H< that feeds the hungry feeds
11/ too for charity blesse
git CI even mere than hm
\es.
* *
G...... Ma.
IfltJ i; :. u neither
V Kctubot, 6-.5.
.A husband tuiialh things / ...
about in a fra\ci and %habb\
garment, but my wife must have
fine clothe*.
Jn We Must Show Them How
To Live Now by Example
iavni 3
rCeliaious a-~ije
S vices
J hi 3 IAJe c h e n J
S.ii.ih. 2
Every man receivei
deserves.
the U'ife he

By RABBI SHELDON STEINMETZ
Congregation Yehudah Moshe
During this week, in which Me-
il Day fall-. I think we would
,lo well to remember, in addition
to the soldiers of our past war,
hi si warriors for whom we arc re-
sponsible, and who are constantly
waging their own war.
The warriors to whom I refer are
our children, who are in a constant
battle with their environment.
They are at war with their sur-
roundings. The practices that they
witness are at odds with the prin-
ciples they are taught. The ideals
and values by which they are in-
structed to live are in sharp con-
flict with the actual behavior thev
witness in those around them. Just
as our beloved and honored sol-
diers needed and received ai>l and
guidance to win their wars and de
teat their foes, so do our children
need aid and guidance to win their
war. The parents, however, are in-
! diffrent. They give mere lip serv- m m m ,
ice to their religious and moral principles but do not care to practice
them.
We must not tell our children how to live, but we must show them.
What right do we have to require our children to live a life that we
treat with disdain. How can we ever hope for them to live up to the i
religious ideals to which we would want when we completely ignore our
own religious responsibilities.
We must be consistent. We must most assuredly make demands |
upon our children. We mu-t demand that they uphold certain traditions
and ideals of our religion. But we must do more than demand. We must .
guide and teach. We must show our children the way. Religion must !
become a primary demand lor us and not merely a secondary item, or
' a necessary evil. We must live by the religion and not merely talk
about it. iji.ii.
Our children must learn to uphold their religious principles not be-
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RABBI SHELDON STEINM7Z
. primary demand
K^jlttrew L-oini'ry.i/i'ori
ir-nofon rrf 5V?;rs:xn
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H3 KtaVl irraftMl THB Our children must learn to uphold CONOREGATIO^ \7z chaim.
"T : ; : t i cause lheir parents tell them about upholding these principles but be- j Washino,0 ave. orthodox. Rabbi
rW7\ *7X7 ilD'SPQ HXSin ; cause their parents live by upholding these principles. Abraham strassfeid.
M t t t t :- M,m mmmt ,, Kv nrantto* artr\ not nnlv hv DreachinC. Can we ex- -*.~. .. ..<.
n#i?aan n"?on ^v ix pian
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave.
Orthodox. Raboi Isaac Ever.

BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd iv Con-
eervative. RabDi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W. Lioson.
I -idiij 6 p.m. Saturday a in. Bai
Mltzvuh Bruce, noil of Mr and Mr-.
I lermnn Kali r

BETH EL. 500 Sw mn ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
i- i lda> 6: IS p.m. Sntui day 8:'30 a.m
Sermon: "The Journey of Life.*'
--------
BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave.
Conservative.
Krldaj 8:13 p.m Sermon: "Renewing
our Months Blessings." guest rabbi,
i >r. j>shala Schnltzer, prvsltlent of
he Northern Xew Jerse) Region,
Rabbinical Assembly of America. Sat-
urda> v l."i a.m Bar Mltsvah: Alan
W/lnson.

BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman.
Frlda> 8:30 p.m Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
mon: "Y. ars In the De rt."

BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
Friday 6:30 p.m Saturday s:30 a.m.
Sermon "When is a Jewish Organ- p pU tun
i/.i: i. .11 Jew Ish

BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Julius Sapero. president.
Friday 8:13 p.m, Saturday 9 a.m.
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky.

BETH TORAH. liwtn si. mid NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
Friday 6:30 p.m. Bar Mltivah; Gall,
daughter i'f Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Schmler. Saturday s:i"> a.m. Grad-
uates of elementary Hebrew school to
be honoi ad.

GEMS OF WISDOM

Piii(-r:% -.c i and terror are
faith.
IliS' I.AH1ROL.
*
Faith is !'"<' summit 0/ th< Torah.
IBID.
*
/ believe i the sun even tehen it
i is not shining. I believe in love
even u-licii not /eelms it. I believe
;.i Cod ei I 'i :W: Inscription in a Cologne cellar.
where Jew- hid from the Naxil
*
Tlie exile* u-ill be gathered onl>
as .. reu'flrd for fauh. mekilta. |
* *
ndi faith begins.
BRATZLAV.
* *
\.. u of si ( i'< -v religious
eam< to doubl God
when a great misfortune be/ell
th< even though the> themselves
were ti blflm< for it; hut u-e have
never yet seen anyone irhc lost his
faith because an undeserved for-
fell 10 his lot. 5CHNTTZLER.
* t
The foundation <>/ service is faith.
ZEKAHIA.
I
I
W'lie'e tea
\V
We must teach by practice and not only by preaching. Can we ex-
pect :i child readily to accept something that his parents have disre-
garded or actually hold in contempt? Have we the right to expect a
child to abide by laws which his parents deride? Can we, in all hon-
estv, believe that a child will choose a way of life that his parents re-
! gard as ancient and old-fashioned? Can we expect a child to frequent a
House of Worship when his parents ignore it? Can we expect a child to
have a high regard for Jewish education when that is the last thing his
parents consider? .
We have no right to expect, not will we receive these things from
our children unless we live the way we would like our children to live.
We must make religion a part of our own life just as we would like it to
be pan of our children's lives.
m.....; ,,! i:'i : '.:' '"'.....
This page is prepared in co-
I operation U'ith the Spiritual Lead-
I ers of the Greater Miami Rabbin-
3 cal Assn.
RABBI MAX A. LIPSCH1TZ
Coordinator
Contributor:
RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF
Gems of Wisdom
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
I see where there is complaint of
a threatening rabbinical shortage.
Back forty years ago, that was a
more severe problem. The new con-
gregations that were arising de-
manded English-speaking rabbis
and those who were qualified in
their Jewish-lore were often lack-
ing in language. Many had to write
their sermons with dictionaries at
their elbow. Israel Zangwill spoke
of some whose speaking reminded
vou of "the dictionary in convul-
sions "Send him to a rabbinical col-
There was the story of one rabbi I lege. he will get a stipend," said
who looked into the dictionary for the elder Wise. So Joey went to
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER
Conservative. 8755 SW 16th at.. Mi-
ami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor
Gershon Levin.
Fridav 7 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
mon: "How I'n You Count? I;y tni
'Number*' or In > 'Wllderneaa'r
DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Blcjaed
Wanderer." Saturday 8jJ0 *.m. Ber-
lin.11: "Portion Of the Week.

FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Hyman Coverman,
president. Cantor Georfle Goldberg.
Friday 6:30 p.m. Saturday i":3(> a.m.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson St. Conservative. BaJ>b'
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th j TEMPLE NER TAMID
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
Frlda) 6:S0 p.m. Saturday :45 a.m.
Drr*?? -)OK3ttr na *?o nxi
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i
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K'H o^x .DDtzran SOD ?
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HD^nn ^ina wiW D^xtrii
.i3n DDBtem xiaam
i-t t:--: tt:-:
^j?1 fipTO n*7C? "H3iJ t^?3
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.na^nn nnooa
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TRANSLATION -
The Talmodic Encyclopedia
One who encounters a legal or
Halachic term or subject or any
word in Talmudic and Halachic lit-
erature and wishes to know their | .___ im^iv word than "pre-1 the rabbinical college. And
general content or exact explana-
tion can take the Talmudic En-
cyclopedia and find a comprehen-
sive account of the subject in ques-
tion or the word sought, and all
that has been said about them in ^gg- pracUcjng ^ triai sermon
the whole wide range of Haiacnic ^ ..Judaism js at its pin-
literature, beginning with the days I
wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative.
Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz.
Prldaj 8:30 p.m. Uraduailun exerciaes. '
Saturday 9 a.m.
TEMPLE BETH SHOVOM.4144 Chase
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kroniah.
Cantor David Conviaer.
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 10000 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabb. Henry
B. Wernick.
TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing- j
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving I
Lehrman. Cantor Hirah Adler
e
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th at.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
e
TEMPLE JUDbH. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet. ,
FYlday 8:13 p.m. Rabbi William Sajo- ,
wits, director, Southeast Council and
South Florida Federation "f fnw.n of
American Hebrew Congresratlona, will,
officiate.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrtield.
Cantor Abraham Self.
MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th ave. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor
Fred Bernstein.
Friday :"' p.m. Saturday 8:43 a.m.
Sermon: "In the Wilderness.
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th at. j
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-i
owitz. Can-.or Edward Klein.
80th st. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-,
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Samuel Gomberg.
Friday 8:13 p.m. Hebrew school grad-
uation exercises. Saturday 8:45 a.m.
liar Mltsvah: Stuart, son of Mr. ana
Mrs. luiiiili Mi r> Is,
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI..
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform.
Friday 8:15 p.m Quest speaker, Rai>-
bl Daniel Lowy ''f Beth Israel Con-.'
frregatlon, Washington, Pa. Bar
Mltsvah: Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Rosenthal. Saturday ll a.m.,
Rabbi Marlut Ranson iii officiate at,
Bas Mltsvah -< Deborah, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs, Norman Steinberg;.
MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern
Traditional.
OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weberman. T|FERETH ISRAEL. 6600 N. Miami
Friday 6:30 p".m
Sermon: "Powei
to know their a more jmpressive word than "pre-1 the rabbinical
exact explana- He saw jt defined as was the start o
aaaa-t. __ .Ma C* ____ \ __ n a~ Dnhlti If
pickled," so in his sermon he
said, "we must pickle our Juda-
ism!"
And there was the story of the
of the Tannaim (second century
rabbinic authority) right down till
today.
The Encyclopedia has been writ-
ten for scholars and rabbis who find
it of assistance in their studies, or
on the judicial bench, but it is also
designed for people who are not
scholars who wish to familiarize!
nacle."
-Ah," said one of the trustees,
"he plays pinochle, let's elect him."
The rabbinical colleges frequent-
ly turned to the orphan asylum.
Stipends were offered to attract
young men.
Rabbi Stephen Wise once told me
about a man who came to his fath-
- Rabbi Wise's father was also j
themselves with various subjects in ^ rabbj abou, nis son jocv.
llalacha. and the Camera and Jew- ^ (hc troul)k, wjlh joey?"
ish Law. Its Hebrew style is fluent
and easy and readable wen for
those who are not well versed
Halachic literature.
"What can I do about him" He is
no business man. He won't do i
.. of the rabbinical car-
eer of Rabbi Joseph H. Hertz, later
Chief Rabbi of the British Empire.
I went to a rabbinical college for
a short time. I left it with all its
knowledge intact. All that I re-
member of my course was a bit
of doggerel, which I picked up
from the students, not the teach-
ers, about Adam:
'Adam was the first man
Eve was his wife
They lived in a garden
And led a happy life
But Eve. she ate the apple
And so they couldn't remain
So they moved Into the suburbs
And started raising Cain.
Saturday 8:45 a.m.
of Numbers."
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins ave. Cantor S. Nachmias.
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
at. C
Klein.
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025
NE 183rd St., Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor Abra-
ham Reisman.
Friday 8:10 p.m. Sermon: "Sinai's
Call Approaches." Saturday "
Sermon: "Wisdom In the wilder-
ness."
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Canto- Charles
Kodner.
Kiidav 7:30 p.m. Sermon: How I > I
Learn t" Pray."

TEMPLE BETH EL OF
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
Frlda> 8:13 P "> Bernum:
A Lost Virtue."
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland
Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
structionist. R a r. i I Morria Skop
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
i i -. |. in Sermon: Reflecl
.. Twentt -flv. Years In thi Florida
nate =M1 m ,=- !
ll,..i Man> R **'
HOLLY-
Reform
'Humility
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan.
Zwitman. Cantor Albert Olantz.
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Leo Heim.

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

TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St..
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man.
Friday 8:30 p.m. Installation of th<
Temple's executive board, Sisterhood
and Men's Club. Saturday H:30 a.m.
Bar Mltsvah: Joel, sun of Mr. and
Mrs Emanuel Moskowlts.

YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dlxl*)
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu.
Friday 8:18 p.m. Sermon: "Education
in our Times." Ones, Shabbat host:
Sisterhood.
'"i lMITirciltlSOBBSBBJ
There is a general misconception p
l should send him to about theological schools. Jackie ,,
i. I have no money for Mason is not the first humorist who < "-
college, but 1 have no mone. ^^ ^ nbbl .temple beth sholem of Hoiiy
(Published by Brit Ivrit Olamif)
CANDLEUGHTING TIME
28 Iyar 6:54 p.m.


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Fiidcy, June 1, \%%
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDUN
?Grand Prerequisite: The Heavy Stone of Patience
THE JEWS: A Christian View. By F. W. Foerster. With
an introduction bv Robert McAfee Brown. 157 pp.
New York: Farrar, Straus and Cudahy. $3.95.
DERHAPS ONE OF the smaller burdens of being a Jew
lies in lifting the heavy stone of paiienee while one
is explained" by yet another Well-meaning Christian.
Nonagenarian Prof. Friedrich Wilhelm Foerster is often
called the "conscience of Germany;" a world-famous
teacher and Lutheran leader, he wag one of the first to
fight Nazi racism. He has been concerned about anti-
Semitism for many years: his recognition of the contribu-
foreign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN
tion and value of the Jewish clan i- almost a spiritual
feeling within him.
Yet. in all objectivity, it must be said that any I oofc
on the Jews written from a frankly Christian viewpoint
can hardly fail to rankle Jewish readers in several areas
As pleasing as it is to hear laudatory trulJJs or eveji
laudatory lies about one"s people, it is an extraordinary
Christian who can manage this feat without the faint
breath of condescension, and to thin-skinned Jewry, even
a faint breath is a cold wind indeed.
Thus, in a chapter called 'The Great Misunderstand-
ing," Prof. Foerster sounds the first note of his continuing
U.S. Policy Causes Great Concern in Israel
Jerusalem
ISRAEL'S AMBASSADOR
' to the United States.
Avraham Harman. has re-
turned to Washington al-
ter naving participated
here in ;. series of consul-
tations at the Foreign
Ministry and alter having
report) d to the Cabinet
and the Knesset's Foreign
Affairs Committee on the
shape ol Israel-American

The Foreign Ministry described these consulta-
tions, in which also Israel's chief delegate to the
UN, Ambassador Michael Comay participated, as
"routine Yet. the fact thai Ambassador Harman
was invited also to report directly to the Cabinet.
lication of his visit's non-routine charac-
ter.
ed, '. is 'in secret why the two Ambassadors
wen summoned to Jerusalem. Recent moves on the
Washii scei e have produced here a disturbing
ark. One was the stand taken by Wash-
ngtoi :. th< Security Council debate on the Lake
Tifcei clasl stand which l-oul and un-
UN Listening Post:
By SAUL CARSON
Kopeck Diplomacy
United Nations
THE INTERNATIONAL Court ol
Justice, which .- to the United
Nation.- what the Supreme Court
is to the United states, is engaged
in some very grave hearings at
its headquarters at The Hague.
The last session of the General As-
sembly had requested of the Court
that it provide an "advisory opinion in the matter of
financial obligations of United Nations members."
The Court's opinion will affect the entire United Na-
tions concept. For that reason, the proceedings at
rbe Hague arc worth considering here.
The official language speaks of "financial obliga-
tion-,.' Some number- of the U.N. have refused to
meet those obligations. It is nol a question of ordin-
ary arrearage-, lailure to pay "dues" or assessments
on time. It is a question of outright refusal to pay on
the- grounds that certain members do not agree with
the purposes lor which certain funds are used,
Suppo-e Mississippi refused to forward to the
Federal Government certain payments due from
that State lor let us say the construction of
an inter--ate highway voted by Congress. Mississippi
might claim that, since its Senators had been op-
posed to the project, it need not pay. That is exactly
the type of claim advanced here by some Govern-
ments who refuse to meet -heir obligations. Can any
I anj organization, refuse
to pa> fter the political body had vi
I .it is the basic question
Whei quences
tier or
y i The lie c i: and law-abid-
taxi :. to
Iheir
re. : i

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, i. The nel
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reserved support to the Arab case. The other was
Washington's decision to extend to Cairo economic
I on a hitherto unprecedented scale, following the
-it there of Nasser's Finance Minister Abdul Mon-
eim cl-Kaissuni.
Taken together, the-e two developments posed
the question of their meaning in term- of U s. Isra I
relations.
While finding no reasonable explanation for the
attitude of the U.S. delegation to the Security Conn-
except for pointing out that it evoked misgiv-
. also among some Washingon officials Mr.
Harman reportedly cautioned against drawing
sty conclusions, expressing his view thai then
was no shift in the basic friendship that governs
Washington's attitude toward- Israel
Very few were inclined to challenge this vi
However, som< misgivings remained. They con,.
chiefly the developing relations between Washing!
and Cairo.
Thre has never been and there is not now any
bjection to Western economic aid to Egypt, or for
thai matter to an) Arab country. However, the qi -
ion asked is whether the presently planned large-
scale aid will indeed serve the aim, as proclaimed
l > Mr Kaissuni upon his arrival in Washington, i I
"securing stability in the Middle East "
Observers lure find Mr. Kaissuni's trip to Wash-
ington quite easy to explain Egypt's econom) .-
vet collapse. Nasser's "reforms," th< m
nalizal sequestrations and the handing over
the management ol economic i i ti rprises to u
enced arm) officers; the undermining ol confidence
my that these moves produced
he international scene halting foreign investments;
the outflow of capital, the lailure of the COttOI
brought about b) the inefficiency ol the Agriculture
Ministry, which la-t year caused the Treasur) a li ss
i i about $70 million all this, coupled with the di-
version of ; large part of the national income- to
mament, brought Egypt's economy to a state of
near-collapse
These facts are. no doubt, known to Washini
as well, Indications are. however, that Washington
viewed Mr. Kaissuni's visit as a gesture ol "good-
will" on the part of Mr. Nasser and as an opening
tor bringing him closer to the western Camp and
thus weakening his tie- with the Soviet Union. The
very fact that Nasser did turn to the West for eco-
nomic aid is stressed as proving the point
In fact, it proves very little. The fact is that
American aid will not replace Soviet aid but just
supplement it and make it easier for Nasser to con-
tinue his "neutral" policy.
The fact that Nasser did not turn for more eco-
nomic aid to Moscow but instead dispatched Mr. Kais-
suni to Washington was. in the opinion of informed
observers, prompted chiefly by Soviet inability to
provide him with such additional large-scale aid.
Even the work on the Aswan Dam lags behind sched
ule. Also in other fields. Soviet economic aid was tar
from satisfactory. Much of the equipment proved
faulty or unsuited lor the climatic conditions,
Between You and Me:
By BORIS SMOLAR
argument for "the essential unity of the Old Testament
'he New." and "Jewry's fault" in tailing to recognize
the "character and significance of that divine hris
mystery." For, he says, it is the Hebrew concen ol God
! i rmeating reality that idea of "an irruption of the
divine world intp human history'" which Foerster calls the
greatest thing in the religion of the Old Testament _
which leads logically to the Trinity. This is me mm.
to Jew.-, and one cannot avoid thinking that its meaning-
fulness to many Christians can onl) fan their own irrita-
tion w.th the unaccepting Jews.
Thi section of the book on tin martyrolog)
recounts the history of persecution with tin
Lilians expression of horror, and ;. constant an
and pr^ii-e tor "incomparable, terrifying" Jewish fidi >
to their own Cod of the State oi Israel. Prof
- that iii' Jewish nation will remain faithful to its
historic mission of Christian-Jewish relations, tin- au
asks basically, for more understanding and appreciation
on both sides Prof Brown's warm introduction -
extraordinary perception of Jewish feelings and probli
ere are many good and sincere thoughts it
book, which perhaps deserved comment, but l have t: i
primarily to assess the general tone rather thai- to w
merits and drawback-. In that regard, it i- a book
which tells more about Christians than it dues about ,li
For a better understanding of the thoughtful, intellectual
stit '.. it is required reading. Prerequisite: that In
- n< of patienct I mentioned above.
Oif the Record:
By NATHAN Z.PRIN
The Game is Over
THE last tim< my brotber-in
law Dr in MiUer .ml I
played pinochU our concentra-
tion seemed to be < :: another game.
Sam had just returned from the
hospital and he sought relaxation
in a game he did not play too well
because he illy lacking in
ill ception. As i ur game progi >s<
n's mind seemed to wander or. other matter- He
Ikative man, in fact lie was of the silent
he v .i- curious!) loqi acious
. critically ill lor several week
rned seemingly improved from a countrj
: -: Yc: he talked oi In- iluii i ing he
rvivi w, had never before talked about such
now he talked of dying, confiding that he
ed and.that he was not in the least bit
fearful i end he knew must i i i
'i I t" be a glorious da) that day in
lialogue on death v.,- over, I
: v,a- not without ii.ii : death, but thai
I was i in tear of the hideous eulogj that ra
' di by lured tongues .*- I rested heiplessl)
in the bier The worst indecency in the world, l
San outpouring of hackneyed semantics bj ;.
i aid rabl who knew neither the dead nor in- w
mourners Since l run out when those pulpiteers tx
' expi sing tlnir wisdom before the dead. 1 surel)
nol rest ii i am victimized by them in death
Sam smiled There is no eluding death, he seemed
to hint, li.it surely there i- a w> ti i-eape synthetic
eulogies
And rhen ami there we entered into a pact. Each
of us would deliver the eulogy for tin other, but with
an econi m) oi word- and restraint in morbidity and
tears
Our gan i .ent on, until the women reminded u-
thai there were other concerns in the world besidt -
card-
Now the Lame was over.
Two weeks later Ida, Sam- wife, called and
a-ked "Zippy would you mind if I asked you to de-
liver the hesped at Sam's funeral'.' it happened this
morning."

Jewish Life as Seen at American Conventions
THE MARCH OF time in American
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held dut.- last
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MI.Mi sriIATZBERti partner
MARILYN HARRIS! >N partner
AUDREY KCHNKIKKRpartner
At.AN R I.ORItER
Attorney t> r Appllc at
lYashlngti i deral Bull lint
IT"I Meridian Avenue
Miami Ueau h, Ploi i-i
_______________5/11-1S-25-6 i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NoTICK IS HEREBY UIVEN that
li< uii'l. t ii. ]. deirirtng I.....
(iimii.-s- imli r tli. t tltf ;- ii.tin,- f
AIR CONDITIONING AND HEATING
ASSt'M'IAT i:s -' JOjri S W 192nd Ter-
Mi., i- loi Ida, Ii -ii I to regl
Mild ntnii with the Clerk il the >'ii-
t-nlt Court I Dado d ium j. Kloi Ida
SIDNEY ROSE
blole ner
____________________________ .'.-: 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICI is HEREBY GIVEN that
th. under; lined, desiring to engagi
l.i.iii,--> i. i- the fi. ri i..ii- ii.in
TERRY> Al TO SERVICE al 8847
Blrayn< Boulevard, Miami, Florida,
|l .ml t. r. Ulster .ii n hi..- It h -Ii-
i 'I, rk .-i he Circul of Da -
i ty, .la.
PAI LINK EINRICH
N i: -" -
Miami, Fl
HoW \l:i R IIIRSCH
\ .: it. \ [ol ReH i--" II
Hi-. ... Hn ill
Miami Fli rlda
MWM
BY HENRY LEONARD
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 55865-B
y.N RE: Eatate ol
I S'lI.IA LEVIN
| Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
| To All Creditor* and All Persona Hav-
ilng claims or Demands Againsl Said
| Eatate:
^iiii are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mnndu which you may have against
i.....state ..f SILIA LEVIN deceased
late of Dade C......ty, Florida, to the
[County Judges of Dade County, and
fll. the saint- in duplicate and us pro-
I vlded In Section 788.18, Florida Stat-
utes, in their offices In the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the fiisi publication hereof,
or i he same will be barred
Duted at Miami, Florida, "us Bth
day ..f May, A.D. 1962
JACK LEVIN
Rl ISE i illK.N
SOL LEVIN
As Executors
i 11 EREN & <:< H.i >EN
Attorney's for Executors
807 < >lj mpls Building
Miami. Florida
r, lS-2... ; 1-8
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
*"Jewist FfcridfiaHn
solicits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
mul Fit 3-4605
for messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
Our Rabbi is preaching tonight on the
'Analyst's Couch Versus the Pulpit!' I
Copr. 1)62. Darwiu rredvcliwu I
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LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
- -
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice is hereby oivkn that
mdi ned, deslrl g to engage In
iler the fictitious i
AM TI-:HK.\/./.< & TILE CO
N W 29th Sll. .-t. Miami. In:
:--ji-tt-i s. iri iiami with the Clerk ot
i :ii i i',.in i Dadi County,
l nla.
MEDINA TERRAZZO ,v TILE, INC .
A I-la '
ARTHl'H KARLICK
I in, ;. ; Applicant
1101 Ills. -.,- 11. BlVd
M ,mi. ri. i Ida
5 ll-ls-S B i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No 52099. C
IN RE: Estate of
JASON ROSENBERG,
Deceased. _
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE '- hereb) given that we
have fll. d .. Final Report and Petition
for Distribution and Final Discharge
,. Eta "f ti.....Mate of JASON i
ROHENHKRU, deceased: and that on .
the 8th tin i iin" I ";-- 'ii appl) h
t,, the Honorable Count} Judges "i
Dade Com tv. Florida, for approval "t
said Final K< pu I and for disti kbution
m.i final discharge Executrlc.
the eetati I the above-named dece-
dent. This Ird da} of Mas. 1962
MILTON \ FRIEDMAN, Ut< rney
I 111 Ains!. > Dldg.
Miami.::. Ho. Ida ,,...,

I R A N -
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HER Kit \ UIVhN th il
' mi.i.:- gned, desiring to engage n
business ind. r thi I tl ''"'- "ame.!
rl( \ni: TH.E KND M m:i:i.I-: at 1.21
nv --_,. I venue, Miami, Florida, in-
i. ils in i gister said name with the
ri. rk of tin Circuit Courl ol Dade
'.i-nts FlH Ida.
ALFRED I'l BERNARDO
SlMi IN, II \YS A ORI'NDW KRQ
Atiorne} .: Applicant u]
NOTICE BY PUBLiCi" 3N
IN T.'E CiRCLiT COO'" 0" THS
ELEVENTH ,.3iCiA- CiRC.iT Oz
FLOR-DA IN AND =0H C-0
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
N3 62C A4<55
mi. :\ rei II
DAVID RASKIN a
RASKIN '
LVfi il.ietn
SUIT FOR ACCOUNT '.G
VVID RASK S
i--;: \ n :- -
i\,ldl lUI
Vou '> \^ RASKIN
i'l-:s RASKIN, hi
that a '
ii.n has riled again.- no
v..-I ai. i iin i '.....v i ';'. 't
,. ,. An--- rr oi i -adlng "> I he Bl.l
I ,- ip| ilni ''-'
tome}', COl'RSHi 'N .\ 'L i 'RN.
in? i ii. in .: id Mian
i la and I riglnal \:isw : ii
rl.a.ll!..: .-
the Circuit I 'oun i 'I l ""
2th -i i> i "'- l! yu '''
to i|o so. Judgm-nt by del
taken against you fo
nian.l-.l ir Hi- Bill of C impla I
This notice shall b Hi led n
i.-h u- k fin I ir '--
In i HI-' IKWISH FLORID1 ^
BONE AND i
Horld I, 17th 'i \ '
E B LEATHE 'VAN Ci -rk
[t
HELEN KK--
! '-.-
,|.;-|i ,N & IO '
t"7 I.ii
M ant B Florid
Attorne --'.;:
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 5549
THOMAS I- II ANN. iN. JR.,
Plaintiff
ELIZABETH FRANCES HANNON,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
ri i Elizabeth h ranees Hannoii
.- o Mis. Lieorge Hutchtngs,
:;Th Hull} .....I "i escent,
London, mi ni.. 'an.ula
VOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thill
:i the above cause, you are ii.-i.-i.>
required t.. serve a copj of youi An-
swei t.i the Complaint for Divorce on
she plaintiffs attorney, HARRY /.t-
KKRNICK, ISO Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach, Florida < I file the original
thereof In the offi.....>f the Clerk of
the above Courl on 162, or Complaint will be taken as
confessed l>} you.
I lATED: M n 21, 1962.
i: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
,n Com t. I lade Count} Florida
seal) R} : 1. SNEEDEN
I >..puty Clerk
ll u:i:Y Zl'KERNICK
Attorney for Plaintiff
i.'n Lincoln Ron I
Miami Beach, Florida
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 5161
AIMER P HERN VNDEZ,
Plaintiff,
vs
SANTIAGO HERNANDEZ,
I i.-fi-inlallt.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: SANTIAUtl HERNANDEZ,
ADDRESS UNKNOWN
Viil", SANTIAGO HERNA>:i)EZ,
address unknown, are required t" file
your answer to the complaint for di-
vorce, \\itli the Clerk uf the abovi
Court, an.l serve a cop} thereof up-
on lllno P Negrettl, Attorney. 910-11
Congress Kldg ill N I-:. 2nd Avenue,
Miami. Florida on <-r before June 18,
'<._' ..i else complaint will be taken
as .....f.-ss. .1
Dated tins Mill .lav of May. 1982.
I-: II LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
is. all B) : N A HEWETT
Deput) Clerk
n IX-2S, 6.1-S
NOTICE UNDER
FICT TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underi laned, desli Ing <> engi
iiuslness under the fictitious name of
THE TOAST .it 12396 Biscayne Bouli
vani. North Miami. Florida Intends
-,. reglste salil nami >> itli the t"1< i k
of the l 'in mi Courl of I >ade Count}.
Florida.
Mll.i'l >A. INC a I'l..I 1-la
. ,.i poratlon
r.\ Doris M. < 'ook, Pi sldent
1 BEN.I \MiN : SHCLMAN
Attorne} foi MM.i ( lA. INC.
-, 23, l ;---"
IN
In
THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 55880-B
RE INtat. of
i IRRA E. GRANGER
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
in^ Claims 'i 1 nan.i- Againsl Sato
You an herein notified and requir-
ed t.. pr. sent a- v i lalms and demands
which vou n a} have ugalnsl the estate
id ( rr \ i: GR \n'i;i-:i: deci ased late
of i>a,l. '. unty, Florida, to the louij-
t< Judg< of Dade .'..unty. and file
tii. same in duplicate ami as pnivldea
l Section i" Florida Statutes, In
their ..ffi..- ni the County < ourthouse
i., i .a,i. County, Florida, wit inn six
calendar m. nths from the time or tne
fust publication hereof, or th.- same
will I,.- barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida,
das of May, A l> !.,
RACHEL I'l.NNl.l.
As Administratrix
WALTER P LEBOWITZ
Attorne) for Rachel Pennel
;-. First Street, Miami [leach
NOTICE UND=3
FICTITIOUS NAME wA a
NOTI -: ;- HEREBY VES that
the und, rslgn I I "J
i-.i-ni. ii ei thi '
MIAMI SH V> EL IN 'ER
IN C.. a t '" '."1 N E : v


^VEL -EN '.: IN
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
SOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
THE VILLAGE PLACE, INC. .1 b n
IIII-: VILLAGE I'l.ACE at ill I Cran-
i-n Boulevard, Kes Biscayne, Florida
Intends to register -aid name with
th. Clerk of the Circuit Courl of Dade
ty, Florida.
THE VILLAGE PLACE, INC.
i:. : Richard M. Mnrsane, Jr.,
President
RICHARD M. SEPLER, Esq.
i.i. Hi,l.-ili Dr., Htaleah. Fla.
Atl irney i.t The Village Place, In.'.
i<-_'.-.. ii 1-*
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 5233
CECIL El'GENE BOE8,
Plaintiff,
\ s
BECKY C, BOE8,
l lefendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
You BECKY C. BOES, :.: Maple
Street, Tlpton, Indiana, are hereb}
notified that a Bill ol Complaint f"
Divorce ha- been filed againsl you,
ui-1 you are required t., serve a cop}
..f your Answer t.> thi. Hill '< Com-
plaint on tlo- Plaintiff's Attorney,
Oakley 'I .Smith. l"i N.W. 1st Ave-
nue, Miami. Florida, and file the orig-
inal Answer in th.- ..ffi<-. of th.- Clerk
..f the Circuit Court on or before the
imii da} ,,f June, 1862. If you fail
to do s... Judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Bill of Complaint
DUNE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this litli da] of May. 1962
K i: LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade "ount} Floi Ids
i..li By: HELEN KKSSI.Ki:
Deput} Clerk
:. IS-2.V '. I-S
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 55962-C
In RE Estati ol
, iERTRl'l >E I.. If ISENTHAL
[), eased.
AMENDED
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i'i lit," s and All I' rsons
g i 'lalms ..i l li man.is Against
Said Estate
Vou are hi i b} notified and required
to present am claims and demands
which vou ma} have against th' stati
,,f OERTRCDE I. R' ISENTH VL d<
.......-,1 lute .: IIADE Count} Florida
i,i the Count} Judges of I lade 'oun-
ty, and file the .-..no in duplicate ;""'
a- pro\ itli -I in s.. lion 733 16, Florida
Statutes, in their office* in the Coun-
ix i Mm in...i-. iii I lade Count}. Flor-
ida itinn six dai months from
the time ..f the first publication IX re-
of, ,.i the sain. ill be barred.
Dated al Miami, Florida, this 15th
,l.n .if Max, A.D 1962
ALBERT E. ROSENTHAL
as Executor of the Estate of
Gertrude I. Rosenthal, Deceased.
MYERS. HEIMAN, KAPLAN
,v CATS&fAN
At torne} s for Executor
n:.'. s W 1st Street
a 25, 6 1-8-15
NOTICE UNO-*
FICTITIOUS NAME _i;V ,
\ .T CK s HEREBY
the undei nn -a desiring rigas
"
\i;Ni ILD ENGRAVERS it -
67th Avenue Mian Floi da
-.. ..... said n in '' '
- ,f Dade
" y:-v .LD NEWN IN
Sole :. -
KESSLER OARS
Utorne}s '' Appii i
.,, \v i-i street
'

thi it"
Hn Ida
I 11-18-S8-6 i
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chain, i 20728Act; ol 1M1
File A a--''"'"'1'
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Sylvia Stern, holder of City pi M'-"
Tax Sal. Certificate No. :'->;; '- ';"
the th das ol June, A.D. IM0,.has
filed -am. In mj office, and has made
application for a tax deed to be iHued
thereon Paid Certificate embrace!
,,,.. following desi rlbed property^ n th
Count} ol Dade, state ol Florida,
l0HWuV of N 61V Lot. IM :" *,:;s:'
Glenroyal Amended, Plat Book i
l-Hge 56 in the Cltj ol Miami.
I'-uiim of Pad.-. State ol Florida.
The assessment of said property im-
,|. the said certificate "as In tne
:..,.......i i nkno n
I'nless said cei Ilfl' ate hall be re-
:.. med i.....rd na to law, the property
,.- rlbed I..... will be sold to the
in -ii.--t i.i.i.l. i at in, Court House door
on ih, firs) Mondaj In the month of
June 1962, which is the im ".in
June, 1912
Dated this Isl da} nl Ma},
i: |1 LBATHERM VN
I'..'.
Clerk ol C
Dad. i'.. in'!
'
11 .i Ida
(Circuit Court s.-aii
B)
K. M.
LEEPBR
i-ij-s
NOTICE BY PyS'-'S*"-^"'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT J- ."?_
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR D*OE
COUNTY. IN CHAN.aRY,
NO 62C 4082
SMI1 "v N
DORA JEN IN
I f ii,' _______
SUIT FOR O'VORCE
Ti I" il'.A BEN1 n
~" .. ,
IM kah ie, New \ >rk
V ii IRA BEN WN
B
'.. Va ,- required to serve -
diii ilnt he i :
- H rRAI RIG.
,..-,:: Building, Miam
i-' i and file the original Answer
,- t Co irl "i ,' before the
nth dav
do
i ken i "
i- T .
- .
for I
u
,i,.',-. f Mo A.D
, HKRMAN
- '
Wlyman
Depul
.... .
IN -HE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 56006
IN RE: Estate ><
EHIEL LESOWODER
I i. .-a-."l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or I'.-man.Is Against Saul
Estate
Vou are hereb} notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and de-
mands Mhii-h you may have against
tat.....' EHIEL LESOWODER,
,i, eased late of Dade County. Flor-
ida to the Count} Judges ,-i Dade
County, and file the same in duplicate
and a- provided in Section 731.16,
Florida Stntutes, in their offices In
ti County Courthouse In Dade
Countv, Florida within si\ calendai
in,.nths from the time of the flrai
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, tins nth
da} il May, ah i "'-'
ANNA CORNFIELD
Kilt I' WKI.I.lSi'll
A- Executors
VTELLISCrl .; DOl'GHERTY
Attorne} for Estate of
EHIEL LES( i\Vl IDER. 1 ''
. i oiiki---- Bull Im-
I Miami. Florida ( ,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, ,i. siring t" engagi In
business under the fictitious name ,,f
"Law ifflces of Le> >', Levi nihal
(ioldsteln & Kia.-snii at 1110 N.I'..
|i;::i,l Street, North Miami Bi ai h,
Florida intends t.. register said name
with ih- Clerk of the Circuit Court
..i i -.,,i.- County, Florida........
I i-'VY LBV EN I'HAI.. GOLDS I BIN
,v KRASSNER PROFESSIONAL
ASSOCIATION, a Florida Professional
<-,,i noiat Ion sole owner >
:. ls-25, 1-8
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 55719-C
IN RE: Estate of
MARY LOP ENGEL.
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
im- Claims oi l'man,i- Against Bald
EstaK
Vou are hereby notified and re-
quired pr< s. in an} claims and fli
in.ind- which v.a ma} have against
ii, estati ol MARY LOI' ENOEL,
,i., eased hit. of I >adi County, Flor-
ida i,. the Count} Judges "t Dade
, -.. mty, ami file the same in duplicate
and as provided in Section 783.16,
Florida Statutes, In their offlcee in
the Count} Coui thi usi In I Wde Coun-
Florida, within -i\ calendar months
- in. tii.,- of the fli st publication
hereof -a thi same will be barred
Duted -it Miami. Florida, this 23rd
lav of May, A.D IMS
n iaN '. Ml. WESTERS! N
As t'.\. cutrlx.
EMANCELLEVENSON
Attorne} for Executrix
v,,-, nisi ii n. Bid*
S/K f-I-l-II

' '
i i .-
1 .rl.il
,, i i.uiitiir
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 55866C
IN RE Estate ol
ABRAHAM ,; ILDSTEIN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing I'laim- ..i Demands Againsl Said
Eatate;
> | .,,,. hereb) notified and requir-
ed to present an) claims and de-
mands which yon may have againsl
the estate f ABRAHAM GOLD-
STEIN ,i.....isi I late of Dade County,
Florida, t" the County Judges of Hade
ounty, and file the same In duplicate
,.i a- pn vide i In Section 133 16,
Plorlda Stal ites. In their offices In
mnt) Courthouse In Had.- Coun-
I :...... ,. mi n six .al. n.lai-
months from the time of the first
...... | ation here if, or th,- same iii
be barred. ,, .
Dated ii Ml iml Florida, tins Sth
da) of April. A.D
Mil.T-'N \ FRIEDM \N
As '
MILTON \ ] N
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 55840-A
IN RE: Estate of
MANl'EL K l.El-mas
I leceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims a Demands Againsl said
Estate
Vou ar.- hereb) notified and r< -
quired present an) claims and ni -
man,Is which you ma) have against
the estate of MANl'EL KLEIMAN
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida t" the County Judges ,-i I'a,l.
Count) and file the same In dupli-
cate ind a.- provided In s- -
Florida Statutes, In their offices in
the County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
tv Florida, within six calendar months
ri-.'.m th.- time of the first publica-
tion hereof, or the same "ill be bar-
"|iat.-,l al Miami. Florida, this 17th
da) of May. A I' 1962
RITA Ft KIEL
As Administratrix
BENJAMIN Fl KIEL
RITAnFvMlEL, Al '.MINIS Ti: VTRIX
1641 S.W 8th sir.-. '
Miami. Florida .....
, .' I 1 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
thi undersigned, desiring t" engage in
business under th. fictitious name oi
!;... ,,, i City, Rock< i Cits Estates,
Rocket Vlllagi al 1361 S W Sri Ave-
Vllaml int.inis t.. register said
name with thi Clerk .' 'hi Circuit
Court ol Dade County, Florida
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Page 16-A
Jen 1st HerMinn
Friday. June 1. 1362
UN Hopes for Progress on Arab Refugee Solution
Continued from Pag* 1-A
s n govarnmantal organizations
accredited to rha United Nations,
Sherwood Mm, UN staff aide to
Dr. Johnson, indicated that he
and Dr. Johnson felt that there
was less hatred toward Israel
imong the younger people in the
Arab refugee camps than there
is among the older generation.
"Some do have hatred," he said,
"but most of them are interested
primarily in one objectivejobs.
Those who receive vocational
training and we do have far
from encugh money to provide
enough of that trainir j -jo on
into jobs."
Meanwhile. Israel's Knesset re-
jected this week a motion by the
Herut Party for a debate on the
results of the Middle East mis-ion
Goldmann Talks Defended
Continued from Page 1-A
position on the talks. While the
meeting was secret, it was learn-
ed that all members of the execu-
tive expressed concern at the
Israel Cabinet decision which re-
sulted in a letter from the Prime
Minister to Moshe Sharett, Jew-
ish Agency executive chairman.
The letter asked a clarification
of Dr. Goldman's diplomatic ac-
tivities.
The executive also decided at
it* lengthy meeting, to meet with
-he Israel Cabinet, with the initia-
te of arranging such a meeting
left to the Israel Government.
There were reports that a private
meeting might be arranged be-
tween Dr. Goldman and Mrs. Golda
Meir. Israel's Foreign Minister. ^
who reportedly said she wished to |
meet with Dr. Goldman.
The cabinet decision to send a
letter to the Jew ish Agency execu-i
live was adopted by the votes of,
Mapai Ministers only, it was learn-1
td. The other Cabinet members;
wanted to refrain from any such
action until Dr. Goldman's arrival
, in Israel. The Government is un-
derstood to feel that Dr. Goldman
should account for his activities to
the Jewish Agency executive which
should then inform the Govern-
ment of its reaction. Mr ShareH
told the Governmentafter he re-
ceived the Ben-Gurion letterthat
Dr. Goldman was in contact with
the Israel Embassy in Washington
before his talk with Talhot
concluded in the area last week by
Dr. Johnson, charged with explor-
ing ways to ease the impasse be-
tween the Arab states and Israel
regarding the Arab refugee prob-
lem.
Arieh Altman. of Herut. told the
Knesset that the body should be
given 'clear, public disclosures"
about the Government's conversa-
tions with Dr. Johnson. During his j
five-week tour of the Middle East. |
Dr. Johnson visited Jerusalem i
.wice. starting and finishing his
tcur with conferences w ith Prime
Minister David Ben-Gurion and I
Foreign Minister Gclda Meir.
Mr Altman cited a Knesset res-
olution of nearly a year ago. when
it w as decided by Parliament that
Israel's official policy involves the
>ures on our Government to vield
on the subject, and may have the
gravest consequences regarding Is-
rael's security." Mrs. Meir replied
that the Knesset's committee on
principle that the Arab refugees; security and foreign affair- hai
must not be readmitted. He warn-1 been kept "fully informed" en the
ned that alteration of the policy, subject. Herat's motion failed to
"may presage an offensive of pres- <*tain support.
Miamian at Seminar
Henry M Gilbert attended a life
insurance pension seminar at Jack-
sjnville last Saturday for Florida
representatives of National Life In-
&urance company of Vermont.
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Soviets Argue Against Patrol
Continued from Page 1A
the world court for an advisory
Pinion.
Abram L. Chayes. legal adviser
Of the U.S. State Department, and
professor of law at Harvard L'ni-
versity. in arguing before the world
court today, pointed out that the
UN forces have prevented aggress-
ion. "In Palestine and Kashmir.
r. the Gaza Strip, in Lebanon and
now in the Congo, armed contin-
gents contributed voluntarily by
their own governments and. acting
\ith the consent of all states con-
-erned. have operated successfully
ui'der the flag, and the command
of the United Nations to safeguard
international peace and security."
he declared.
Orientation Program Slated
Sisterhood of Temple Judea will
hold a board of directors meeting j
on Wednesday evening Mrs. Aaron.
Kanner, vice president of the,
Southeastern Federation of Tern- ;
pie Sisterhoods, will conduct am
orientation program for the now I
I ly-elected groups
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by ISABEL GROVE
Double celebration for Judge Theodore Nelson, of Bav Harbor
Wands, the occasion for a family dinner party at PaoletU's hosted
by his mother, Mrs. Lillian Nelson Wishing him "Many Happy
Returns'* on his 36th birthday and his appointment for the 12th
consecutive year as Municipal Judge, vivacious wife Suki, brother
Don and his wife, and sister Judy and husband Dave Drucker .
rbe Nelson-Drucker clan an active group of people with their tal-
ents divided between academic and musical interests In ad-
dition to his duties as Town Judge, Ted is working on a Master's
in taxation evenings at the University of Miami, and Suki main-
tains a busy piano teaching schedule With his mother, they
present Jewish music programs to various clubs and organiza-
tions They and their two children recently moved into a new
home at 9911 W. Broadview David Drucker is president of the
Men's Club at Beth Sholom, v here wife Judy, well-known singer,
is vice president of the Sisterhood There are three Drucker
children in the household Although Don Nelson has an LLB
from the I'M, he's presently a builder in Hallandale ... He and
hij wife, the former Marsha 1'alay, are expecting their fourth child
.soon, the ninth grandchild for Lillian.
* *
F.arly June will find many members of the Altman and Berne
families in Atlanta. Ga. Multiple attractions are Jaek I. Berne's
graduation from Emory University dental school June 11, the im-
minent arrival of a first child for Jack and his wife, the former
Helen Altman, and Helen's brother, Allan, who is also a student
at Emory Future grandparents, Sylvia and Sam Altman, will
leave here June 6 with son Robert Parents of the new dentist,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Berne will arrive in Atlanta after a visit
to New York .
The Hyman Lerners off to New York for the entire summer
. Looking forward to a first glimpse of a brand new great-grand-
child and graduation exercises of a grandson Before leaving,
they were guests of honor at a farewell party given by the Miami
Friendly Social Club planned by the Jacob Braffs A gift lor
remembrance was a gold charm presented to them by the Max
G.trshagS, the Isador Silvers, the Henry Garrisons and Mrs. Anna
Levine Other members of the club planning summers away
from the Gold Coast, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Aronson, who will be
visiting with their children in Tonowanda, Pa. And the Max
Clicks, of 402 SW 18th ave., traveling north to attend the June
wedding of a niece in Elizabeth. N. J.. who will spend their vaca-
tion with their children.

A startled gasp and c few tears from Kitty and Samuel Z.
Sakrais was proof that the surprise planned by Dr. Leonard M
S.nkrais with the aid of his sister. Lois, for their parents was a
complete success Held at the Seville hotel last Saturday. 40
relatives and close friends gathered round the happy couple cele-
brating their 40th wedding anniversary Dinner at beautifully
decorated horse-shoe table, menus with a photo of the honored
couple, dancing and a floor show completed a memorable and hap-
py evening Here from Long Island for the celebration. Kitty's
brothers and their wives, Dr. and Mrs Charles Goldstein, Dr. and
Mrs. Sam Gilmore, and Dr. and Mrs. Harry Gilmore Reminis-
cing with them of other family gatherings, Sam's sister and her
husband. Florence and Nat B;.rth, and Lois and Marshall Jacobs,
their daughter and son-in-law Other guests were the A. Arthur
Pekelners. the Louis Goldmans, Mr. and Mrs. lrwin Liss. the Al
Harrows, the Murry Almans. the Louis Bidermans, Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Miller. Mr., and Mrs Miirry Moscovitz. Mr. and Mrs Joe
Cohen, the Nathan II. Kattners. the Arnold Perlsteins, the David
Hirshbergs. Mr. and Mrs. Sanlord Jacobson, Mrs. Dorothy Knegcr
Fink, Mrs. Ann Melnick. Mrs Rose Kaplan, and Mr. and Mrs
Kmanuel Karger.

' A surprise birthday dinner party given Tuesday evening at the
Embers restaurant for Irv Rubin, owner of the Pub on Coral
Way Hostess was Irv's pixie wife Barbara for a group of
eight The Rubins leaving their Miami Beach home on the 14th
for a four-week European trip with Scotland, England, France
and Spain on the itinerary ...
A surprise of a different kind for Joel and Rea La Pato. of
North Miami Beach ... A whirlwind courtship of their daughter,
Leona Louise, by Allan H. Zane whom she met very recently, finds
them suddenlv plunged into plans for a wedding July 1 at Beth
Torah Congregation Prospective bridegroom, son of the Sam
Zanes, has chosen New York for the honeymoon .
Everv woman's dream come true for Bea Lapidus Husband
Morris architect, has given her carte blanche in choosing access-
ories for the International Inn in Washington. DC and the
Americana in New York They're on an international shopping
tour and Bea. as purchasing agent, will he able to make her choice
of beautiful things in Vienna, the Scandinavian countries. France
and England They'll be back around June 20 .
Dr I Wm Lippman leaving to attend the ">0th reunion of his
\,-w York University medical class Alumni of 12 to meet
in New York on June t> with the closing banquet to he held on the
20th Among his many activities, Dr. Lippman is a member
ot the Miami Beach Mayor's Safety Committee.
Although Ben and Esther Boskin. of 4399 SW 2nd si have
j.ist returned from a Iwo-month trip abroad, the) >" enjoyed their
five weeks in Israel the} are planning to return as soon as they
can Jetting everywhere <>n this, their first jaunt, the Boskins
managed several weeks in Home. Florence and Venice, a few
days Fn Lucerne and Zurich, and even time In Pans an L.on n
' Stopped off in New York on the way hack to give then lamllj
their impressions and experiences and to distribute the many gifts
they had accumulated for them while traveling.
Winging in from Chicago, where he is design consultant of
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clear enough
caterer.
when hr identified himself
The Victor ("Calorie Countdown" Lindlahrs 4746 Alton rd,
dinner hosts at King Arthur's Court prior to leaving prior to leav-
i for c; ol h Mil Town Plans include a week slay mWestpoit.
l!onn as ,i ulcjiestl of the Richard Ettingers He's chairman
of the board of Hie Premiss Hall Publishing CO
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Miami, Florida, Friday, June 1, 1962
Section B
At the installation meeting of the Florida chap-
ter of the Women's Branch of the Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America
are standing (left to right) Mrs. Jonah Caplan,
board member; Mrs. Alfred Stone, installing
officer; Mrs. Solomon Schiff, board member;
Mrs. Max Rappaport, treasurer; Mrs. Abraham
Levitan. board member; Mrs. Frank Fine,
executive vice president; Miss Annette Levitt,
board member. Seated are Mrs. Samuel Ers-
Enjoying a festive dinner of tribute held under the auspices of
the Israel Bond Organization last Sunday night at the Diplo-
mat were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Friedland and Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Friedlcnd. Their father. Samuel Friedland, was one
of the four honcrees at the occasion. (See 'Charmingly Yours,'
Page 9-B.)
off, board member; Mrs. Harry Personik, pres-
ident; and Mrs. Max Gutmann, vice president.
Other new officers not shown are Mrs. Sey-
mour Schwartz, corresponding secretary; Mrs.
Hyman Galbut, recording secretary; Mrs. A.
S. Weger, financial secretary. Board members
not shown are Mrs. Sidney Rosenberg, Mrs.
Harry Lerner, Mrs. Flora Stone, Mrs. Saul
Kalchman, Mrs. Abraham Seif, Mrs. Milton
Goltlieb, and Mrs. Adolph Kratish.
Mrs. Shaw
Conducts Meeting
Mrs. Murray A. Shaw, newly-in-
slalled president of Ner Tamid Sis-
terhood, conducted a group meet-
ing Wednesday in Sklar Auditor-
ium.
During the business portion of
the agenda, reports were given on
fund-raising projects which help
maintain the religious school and
pay for air-conditioning the main
sanctuary.
Highlight of the evening was a
review of Rabbi Milton Steinberg's
"As a Driven Leaf," presented by
Mrs. Eugene Labovitz. who also
led a discussion of the festival of
Shavuot. Mrs. Frank Cohn was
program chairman
Membership vice president Mrs.
Jack Greenberg lit a candle on a
special cake for each member
cerebrating her birthday in May

Mt. Nebo.
Mrs Charles Rosenblatt, well-known local artist, presents an
oriqinal painting. "Sabbath." depicting religious objects used
for the Friday night traditional table setting, to the Sisterhood
of Temple Emanu-El. The painting will be hunq in the Sister-
hood Lounge in the North Branch building of Temple Emanu-
El Left is Mrs. Sol Goldstein, president of the Sisterhood.
Dr. Irving Lehrman is spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El.
Starlight Swim
Set Saturday
Westbrooke Country Club i> hav-
ing a "Starlighl Swim N'Swing
Soiree" on Saturday night. Chair-
ing the combination suim and
dance party, to he topped off with
a midnight supper pool-side, are
Vis. Lewis Levin. Mrs. Sheldon
Kay and Mrs Harold Pomerantz.
Also scheduled at the club Sat-
urday night is the Lorber bowling
banquet to he held in the Walnut
room
The Westbrooke Players, drama
group a: the club, are planning a
musical comedy revue for their
first .-how.
In the cast are Ken Feldman,
Herb Green, George Newman and
'us wife I.il. Phil Weiner. Mrs .lack
Raymon I, .Mis. Frank Parker. Mrs.
Paul Low. Mrs Ivy Huh. Mrs.
Sheldon Kay. Mrs. Harold Pomer-
antz. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Finkel-
stein, Mrs Alia;, Goldfin, and Ron
Levitt.
Mike Feldman. who has played
throughout the country profession-
ally as Mike Fields, is directing the
revue.


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Temple Beth Sholom Affiliates Will
Install Officers at Dinner Saturdav
Page 3-B
The annual congregational din-
ner of Temple Beth Shalom will
l.'ke plaee on Saturday evening in
the Temple Auditorium. 4H4 Chase
ave., according to an amounce-
mint by J'ame.- M. Albert. Temple
pn sident.
Judge Harry Arthur Greenberg,
ir mediate past president of the
congregation, chairman of the nom-
:::ig committee, will present the
following slate of temple officers:
President, James M Albert; hon-
orary vice president. Sidney I). An-
-.,i. honorary trustee, Irving Roth-
man; vice presidents. IsadOre I!.
Hecht, Frank Kanun. Maury S. 01-
inick, Louis F. Sneiman: treasurer.
,i..k Wagner: general secretary,
Eli Katzin; and financial secretary.
Irving B Kaplan.
These officers and 30 directors
will be installed by Rabbi Leon
Kronish, spiritual leader of Beth
Sholom.
Also to be installed are thi tol
lowing officers of the Sisterhood;
esident, Mrs, Louis F Snetman;
Mi, presidents, Mr- Irving Bern,
:i Harold Gram i! Mrs Irving
Kushman and Mrs Seymour Sil-
man; corresponding secretary,
Mrs Robert Jaffi ; financial secre-
Mrs. Louis Shj piro; chaplain.
- I.con Kronish
Brotherhood offici rs ; n sident.
Harfenist Offers
'Meals on Wheels'
I restaurai Wash
a\ M iami I e; ch, special-
in large-scale catering in the
. .., for i vcr 20 recently
ti i d the hon i eal d< liver}
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Kosher Meals '>' hi i Is" are
i Mian i Beach h >m< on
. six-day week pi; i and maj b
. n I for one or more pi
menu and i nation
.> be obtained I > calling Har-
i restaurant
Dr. Harry Wolk; vice presidents.
Jack M. Kink. Harold Granoff,
Harvey E. Kramer. Philip Schlis-
sel and Sidnej Ross; corresponding
secretary, Irwin H. Teplis; record
ing secretary, Joseph Pardo; treas-
urer. Morns Miller; honorary past
presidents. Jack Abbott, Dr. Meyer
Fggnatz, David Drucker. Frank
Kamen, Dr Alexan er Robbins, Al-
1i it L Rosen and Jack Wagner.
11A officers: president. Mrs.
Irving Kushman; vice presidents.
Mrs Marvin Cooper. Mrs Sanford
Lcvine. Mrs, David Miller. Mrs.
Martin Kleinman; secretary, Mrs
IStrnarcl Rubin; treasurer. Mrs.
Albert Rosenberg; corresponding
secretary. Mrs. Jason Berkman;
recording secretary, Mrs. Bennett
Lee: Keren Ami chairman, Mrs.
Martin Steinci. advisor, Mrs. Jo-
eph Pardo.
Mr- Harvey F. Kramer, imme-
diate past president of Sisterhood,
is in chargi of ai rangements.
Southgate Plans Cruise
Si uthgi', gn up of Hadassafa is
. boat rule to be held on
(Thursday. June 14. The "Dream
t" will leave from the South-
< pier at 1 p.m.. and return at
:. p.m. Music, dancing and pro-
fessional entertainment will be fea-.
lured. Mrs, Ann Luss and Mrs.
Allied Liu.s an in charge of reser-
vations.
FP&L Executive
Heads Division
Robert 11 Ft< president of Flor-
ida Power and Lighl Company, has
been named chairman of United
Fund's Utilities Division.
The Utilities Division, divided
into four sections, will solicit over
9.000 empli yi in the utihti* in-
roll deduction basis
ol one houi | aj per month The
division wil solicit rporate
: I -- thar $1,000
Jay 1 K;s...k. United Fund cam-
paign chairmai I that
cnlistn airmen
- almi st com]
"We now have the acceptance of
over 60 ci mn ui it) leai ers
arious di> isii ns and seel
Kislak pointed out, H< said that
.. i on the ad< i ship
lc\el "ill be comj leted by June 13.
Pioneer Women's
Chapters Plan
Their Installations
Two chapters oi Pioneer Women.
will have installation luncheons on
Wednesday.
Kadimah chapter ceremonies will
be held at the Candlelight Inn in
Ccconut Grove at noon with Mrs.
Lee Goldman, member of the na-
tional board of Pioneer Women and
\ ice president of the Greater
Miami Council, presiding.
New officers are president. Mrs
Jacob Raffel: vice presidents. Mrs.
Lillian Cohen and Mrs. Annette
Blacker; .Mrs Joseph Feld, finan-
cial secretary: Mrs Milton Kessler,
corresponding secretary; Mrs. Jack
- Is re< rding secretary; and
treasurer. Mrs Judy Braun.
M< mbers of the board: Mrs
William Chase. Mrs. Jacob Weiss,
Mrs. Teenie Deutsch, Mrs. K Kal-
Mrs. s M Machtei, Mrs Hy-
r.ian Selcer. Mrs. William Sokolol
Luncheon chairman is Mrs. Mar-
. in Coj enhagen.
Coral (lables chapter will install
the following at Cookies restaurant
lent, Mrs Sam Davis; vice
ident. Mrs Sophia Plotkin; re-
cording secretary, Mrs. Harrj
Sklar; financial secretary, Mrs.
Louis Sach rrespoi secre-
li r>. Mrs K. te K se and treasur-
er. Mrs, Leo Plotkin.
ficer will be Mrs
Milton Green, president of the
(,', ater Miami Council oi P
men.
Twelve finalists in the recent annual Oratori-
cal Contest for students from fifth through
ninth grades. Judges were Dr. William Deem.
Speech Department, University of Miami; Dr.
Estelle Moskow.tz, psychologist and speech
therapist; and Mrs. Doiothy Krieger Fink, local
communal leader. Seated (left to right) are
Robert Jacobson. sixth grade; Laura Penchan-
sky. filth grade; Aiisa Geiger. fifth grade; Judy
Solomon, fifth grade; Leslie Picker, sixth
grade; Irene Malcvsky. seventh grade; and
Elnatan Horovitz, fifth grade. Standing (left to
right) are Rabbi Morris L. Horovitz, assistant
principal, Hebrew Department; David Galbut.
eighth grade; Barry Bogin. eighth grade; Lee
Rosenhouse. ninth grade; Robert Galbut, ninth
grade; Mark Safra, eighth grade; and Donald
Swartz, assistant principal. English Depart-
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grade level; Mark Sofia, seventh-eighth grade
level; and Leslie Picker, fifth-sixth grade level.
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Page 4-B
Jfewfffiflerknan
Friday, June 1. 1962
Children's Cardiac Hospital Installation
Features Lovely Fashions and Festival
Standing (left to rights are Mrs. Maxwell Hy-
man. treasurer; Mrs. Sidney Lewis, immediate
past president; Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, na-
tional vice president; Mrs. Aaron Farr, nation-
al board member; Mrs. Dorothy Stone, assis-
tant financial secretary; and Mrs. Stanley
Woif, recording secretary. Seated (left to right)
Council Holds
Workshop Here
Job Orientation
The concept that "a good citizen
i- ,. trained citizen and an inform-
I n" -parked the all-day Job
i entatioi Workshop that was held
, Wednesday. May 23. at Temple
Israel by the National Council of
5l Women.
S n 210 women attended the
sion to become trained
volunteers better -." serve their
I inity. Teachers were nation-
al vice president. Mrs. Stanley C.
Myers, national board member.
Mrs. Aaron Farr. Section president.
Mrs Raymond Rubin, and all other
Se< tion officers.
Boards of the eight divisions
which comprise the Greater Miami
Section and represent a total mem-
bership of 2100 women were part
of the Leadership Training Session.
The morning was devoted to work-
shops on membership; community
services program, which includes
braille, braille bindery, hard of
hearing, senior citizens, scholar-
ship, new Americans, sight-handi-
capped, and Kendall Hospital; pub-
lic affairs, which comprises pro-
gramming, education, social action,
ar.d overseas; and ways and means.
If you like
are Mrs. Mever Baskin. vice president of pub-
lic affairs; Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, past pres-
ident; Mrs. William I. Brenner, vice president
of administration; Mrs. Raymond R. Rubin,
president; Mrs. Jack Chanin. vice president of
ways and means; and Mrs. Edward Oppen-
heim, vice president of community services^
Unveiling of a bronze plaque dedicated to the late Abe Aron-
ovitz marks the opening ceremony of the Abe Aronovitz Villas
at 1830 NW 28th st. Left to right are Miami Mayor Robert
King High. Edith, 14-year-old daughter of the late Mayor Aron-
ovitz, and Mrs. Dorothy Aronovitz, his widow.
Miami Housing Authority Dedicates New
Abe Aronovitz Villas Project for Aged
Presidin ', over thi
luncheon or the N
,1 Children's l
were "Q" >' '
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'
It wi ,n "1C
Uhan bra :
lei for '
-,,. (lending
everv secti m of D
,,r i counties 1 rmer ier
Mrs Sol (Geri 1 of tin
North Hade chapter, v. ho a -
smart m a simple turquoise linen
sheath with white embroidered
eyelet trim on the bodice, and Mrs.
Roger Grant, of the Flamingo
chapter, unique in self-designed
and self-made, off-white silk shan-
tuna. form-fitting ensemble with
cowl neckline and black chain 1
jacket. Her black and white stT!
crown hat was an attractive ac-
companiment.
Leo Robinson, president of the
hoard of governors of the bos]
which is currently under construc-
tion on NW !2th ave -.'\> the in-
vocation. His wife, Elsie, "Qui
of the l-and of Mi ndii Hearts."
:,i. ked radiant and royal in her
k Italian -ilk linen sheath
it- three-quarter sli 1 1 short i >
kei Outstai 1 as her pink
red flowered cloche by Mr J<
was honored to present ei
of the board member- with a red
rose as a symbol of appreciation
for their new undertakinj
Toastmaster Robert Rubinstein,
son officer for all the women's
chapters, was made honorary life
member.
Working to help mend these lit
tie hearts for the past 25 years and
now retiring was Mrs. Jan Jacobs.
She was presented with a scroll
and a gold heart in recognition of
her endeavors. Seen congratula-
ting her was Mrs. Louis 1 Dorothy 1
Lemberg, whose husband is chief
of staff at Cardiac Hospital, tan-
ned and pretty in her imported sky-
blue raw silk ensemble, topped by
a very wide brimmed gold straw.
Directing the afternoon affairs
was vivacious Mrs. Sheldon (Ethyl)
Spector seen in a beige pure silk
Christian Dior '-own with i;-
irso and box-pleated -
the -relaxed look
bali huntle aw slouch was
stunnii v ,,! I
length whiti
In-tal!ed a- r 1'" 2
63 ire the f Hi wing
Friedman, M Bea< :hapt<
Mrs Burl Toppan, Flam, jo; M -
Mac Reisel. North Dade Mrs. J
Simons. Broward; Mr- Michai
Feldman, South Dade: and Mr*
Michael Blank. Miami chapter
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The Abe Aronovitz Villas stand 1
a= a living monument to a man's j
devotion to humanity. Mayor Rob-1
en King High said Friday at a ded-;
ication of the Miami Housing Au-
thority's project for the aged.
"1 am sure Abe Aronovitz would
be very pleased if he could see'
what his efforts have accomplish- 1
ed." High added.
Dedication of the Abe Aronovitz
Villas at 1830 NW 28th St. marked
the first of two such ceremonies
held within three days by the MHA.
At 3 p.m.. Sunday, there was the
dedication of Jollivette Plaza at
6319 NW 24 pi.
"This is a real tribute to Ab
Aronovitz," said Dr. Joseph Nar-
Bowling League
Annual Banquet
Beth David Bowling League will
hold its ninth annual banquet on
Sunday night in Spector Hall.
Meyer Robbins, banquet chair-
man, said that the trophy commit-
tee, whose co-chairmen are Evelyn
Saluk and Sidney Goldberg, will
award trophies at the banquet.
At a recent meeting of the Bowl-
: ing League, which has grown dur-
ing the past nine years to a mem-
bership of 110. new officers were
elected. Fred Sandier is presi-
dent. Others are Robert Purisch.
I vice president; Evelyn Saluk. re-
cording secretary; George Rach-
I in. secretary and treasurer.
The past presidents' trophy was
handed over by Frank Rose to his
successor, Fred Sandier.
The banquet committee, con-i-t-
of Ralph and Nettie Ross,
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ot, president of the Dade County
Welfare and Planning CouiKil,
and spiritual leader of Temple
Israel, of which Mr. Aronovitx
was a member. "It is not one of
meaningless splendor but of
meaningful permanence," he
said.
The dedication luncheon was pre-
sided over by Martin Fine. MHA
chairman, who said there were
1.000 applications for the 55 units
in the villas.
Fine also said that preliminary
plans have been approved for high-
rise apartments which will over-
look the Miami River on NW 7th
St.. and which will contain 320 units
for senior citizens. The day center
there will be named for Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley (_'. Myers,
Mrs. Dorothy Aronovitz. widow
of the late Abe Aronovitz. daugh-
ter Edith. 14. and son Eugene par-
ticipated in the ribbon cutting, and
helped unveil a plaque deJicated
to the late Miami mayor.
Also on hand for the dedication
was Haley Sofge. MHA executive
director, as well as staff members
and residents of low rent projects,
along with city and county offi-
cials.
NOW!
Sunrise Chapter
In Dinner Dance
Annual spring diner and dance of
Sunrise chapter. American Medical
Center, was held Saturday. May 19.
at Westbrooke Country Club.
The floor -how was directed by
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mandell. dance
instructors, and the Ramblers
dance band provided the music
Co-chairmen for the event were
Mr- Morris.Levitt a:-'!
rj Wr Mrs Hawk Landy,
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fJewisfi ftorictia/n
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'Book of Healing' to he Dedicated
Cedar' of Lebanon "Book of jcated the early part of the sun-.- prominent position in the lobby of contributed S1.000 toward the en.
A life guardian is a woman who! A special ceremony is bein?
has made a donation of S300 to the planned during which the names of
; economic stability and security of -' Life Guardiansjind Godmothers
the hospital.
inscribed in the ""Book on Healing
Godmothers have wU, u> ^ and cach member hj,..
Healing." an original creation de- mer. hospital, the book holds" the dowment"ofthe" maternity" wing 0red'
iijned by bronze craftsman Ed- Mounted on a marble podium names ol 232 Life Guardians and and their names are listed on a The program has raised in ex-
ward Arnold, will be officially ded- which will eventually occupy a M Godmothers. bronze tablet in the maternity wing cess of $150,000, pledges and cash
MAY SHEVUOTH UMXG MEAT JGY.F0R All
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*Jtnit n Friday, June
At an annual Presidents Brunch of Temple Is-
rael Sisterhood last week are (left to right Mrs.
Lester Goldstein. Mrs. Armin Brown. Mrs.
George A. Graham, current president Mrs.
Joseph Ruffner. Mrs. Jennie Zeientz, Mrs. Max
Goldhofj and Mrs. Joseph Portooy. The func-
tion, at the Alciers hotel, featured the presen-
tation of "Jenny" trophies to outstanding work-
ers of the past year. Tribute was offered Can-
tor Jacob Bornstein. who is celebrating his
tenth year at Temple Israel. Mrs. Graham
conducted the affair.
At the donor installation luncheon of Micmi
Hebrew Congregation Sisterhood last week
are seated (left to right' Mesdames Jack Stone,
financial secretary; Louis Stone, recording sec-
retary; Rabbi and Mrs. Max Shapiro, spiritual
leader; Mesdames Joseph Rambam, pres-
ident; Abraham Topol, first vice president;
William Weintraub, parliamentarian; and
Irving Jacobson. luncheon and gifts hostess.
Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Fred Bernstein,
communications chairman; Cantor Fred Bern-
Beth Torah Unit
Elects Officers
Steve Fried was lecte.l presi-
dent of the senior L'SY I Beth'
Torah Congregation la>t Sunday
evening.
Serving with him will be Steven
Kravitz, Susan Gluck. Ellen Krav-
11/ and Ted Kloth, vice pi
n odins. a Bonnie
tary,
Gilda Abramowitz: ai
I I > His Kornov.
The Beth Toi
ed Syi sue Youth -
ii ith thi and
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Sumni( r acth ities
weeklj d
.....
si hool Sandy A a -
advisor to the gr
WOULD YOU LIKE YOUR CHILDREN S
OR GRANDCHILDREN'S EDUCATION
PARTIALLY PAID BY TAX SAVINGS?
Write I. C. c o Jewish Florid.an,
Bo 2"T3. Main Poitoffice. Miami
Local Workmen's Branches Have Triple
insialiaticn Ceremonies at Algiers Koh
stein; and Mesdames Abraham Barkan, chair-
man, Minnie Barkan happy thought fund; and
Max S. Newberger, corresponding secretary.
Not in photograph are Mesdames Peter Du-
chon, second vice president; Harry Hart, third
vice president; Samuel A. Cohen, treasurer;
Benjamin Sokoloff, guardian; Art Coulton,
luncheon co-chairman; Herman J. Sherman,
program chairman; and B. Schucart, social
secretary.
Circh "A',i in'
Sunday
: the Algiers

Hendrick J B< n rnalist and
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: x v .-ill preside

Mrs Abraham H liduck will in-
- U the I
v,:.. so chairman,
Mrs : la Posl n e chairman,
Mas Landow final
Harry Schuldiner; recor ing secre-
tary, Mrs S im .r issman; cor-
respon : i se< n iarj. Mr-. Harrj
Schuldner; treasurer Mrs. Harry
Mrs. Herbert
Gold
Miami Beach Brai 1059 chair-
man. Fred Auerbach; fir-t vice
chairman. Max Gre second
vi chairman, Murra> Gold; fin-
ancial secretary- Lu Jayson -
Mrs Max Greenberg; soc-
- : iry, Mr- H rry Mi
\ rth D le Brai ch I *l chair-
:- an i harli s Seme rii e chair-
financial
Robert ii-. i secretary.
Rubin Chyat; tr Cal Kram-
er; retarj Mrs Bernard
Shapu
The "Mi i s Aw ard" pre--
, | thi nati inal i
vention in Atlantic City. N'.J,
amin R. Stickney, representi ,
ti e I nited Stales Inform..-.
tgencj *ill be display!
in the Boo- \
B> ikshelf pi
of the 1 to-peopli
, f the W irkmens Cin
re than I
ks I evelop
iter Miami bran<
. locally.
Harrj Shul Iner is in ch.ir_
n -i r\ ati w
Westbrooke
Clubs Elect
Several intra-club groups at
irooke Country Club have
elected 1962-63 officer- this past
week
Westbrooke Senior Social Club
officers are president. Gertrude
Kapralik; vice president. Esther
Gordon; secretary, Belle Salzberg;
tieasurer, David Guldb-
Westbrooke Junior League are
president. Jack Meyer: Judy Hug-
lia and Tom Flannery. vice presi-
jay Warshaw, secretary.
Cromwell Readied
For Summer
Abe Gefter'S new kosher Cron
well hotel on the oceanfront at 2
rated, refurnished
refurbished, is ready for the t
ing summer season.
Situated a few blocks from I
coin Mall, the Cromwell i- unde:
the personal supervision of Gefter
who has specialized in year-muni
ration of kosher hotels in Klor-
since 1945
The Cromwell is known for fooi
o| high quality, with dietary law,
and the Sabbath observed un ler I
supervision of the orthodox Vaa
Hakashruth of Florida. Wh<
ribed by a guest's physician
special diets will be served. Re.
gious services are held daily
the Cromwell- air-conditioned ->:
agogue.
Features included in the spec: i
packaae plan for the summer -< i
son are oceanfront or ocean-vi--
rooms, two meals daily. TV i
every room, free self-parking
joining the hotel, free ch
leunges, mats, beach chairs
umbrellas, supervised day cai
and night patrol
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riding, vaterskiing, swimming, boating, arts
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trips 1 expert counselor to every 2\'-x young,
eters (triple the average) 4 and 8 week
cessions Top meJical, safety and dietary
I staffs Friday niplit Sabbath sen ices Di-
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Bob Wollman, Ben Miller Florida's finest
camp starts June 25 so enroll now.
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Reena Ann Sigman, Leukemia Society Fund Appeal Poster
Girl, visits the White House and leaves a red fox for Caroline
Kennedy. Mrs. Peter Lawiord, the President's sister, accepts
for her niece and presents an initialed gold heart to Reena
from Mrs. Kennedy, the Society's honorary national chair-
man', and a check from the President and his wife to help
the current fund drive. Greater Miami house-to-house cam-
paign was held last week.
BB Women List Second Tour
Lucerne. Geneva. Nice Monte Car-
! i, Paris and London, as well as
el.
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firsl class >'. mei
. ices in i '
- Mrs. Betty
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Under Strict Supervision of the Orthodox Vaad Hakaahruth of Florid*
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B'nai B'rith Women of Miami is
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A! Israel Airline- to Te!
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presents an editorial at
this tin .- presentl> leading a
I bu=.nessmen through Iron
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was entitled
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I news depi rtment has
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t'.ie J iwi< r Colh ge, each gh -
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.', Ilia Vee Young. Al
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Members of the National Council of Jew -
Women who received gold charms for eight
ears of service to the Jewish Home for the
Aged cf Greater Miami. Left to right are Mes-
uumes Sally Zimmerman, Nannelte Mayer,
Jean Rhyon, Jo May, Sonia Myers and Eliz-
abeth Spector. Not present are Mrs. Rose
Jcnshaw and Mrs. Mildred Spirer.
Em
Home Honors Council Workers
Lewis, past Section
More than 40 volunteers of I he
National Council of Jewish Women
were honored by the Jewish Home
ior the Aged of Greater Miami at
ii> annual "recognition coffee"
.Monday at the Home.
In appreciation of devoted serv-
ces to the Home residents, all vol-
unteers were presented with in-
scribed silver charm bracelets
Bight pioneer volunteers who have
-trved in the cooperative Home-
Council program since its incep-
tion eight years ago received gold
charms. They were Mesdames
Bally Zimmerman. Nannette May-
it. Jean Khyon. Jo May. Sonia
tlyers and Elisabeth Spector, Rose
Janshaw and Mildred Spirer.
Awards were presented by Baron
f:i llirsch Meyer, vice president
; nd current building campaign
(hairman of the Home.
Those receiving silver charms
. re Mesdames Ella Abbott. Sun
iy Allen, Hortense Ball. Lillian
Barshop, Ida Benewiti, Molly Bog-
dish, Anita C'hariton. Dolores Cour-
shon, Tessie Dorfman. Renic Far
ber. Huth Green. Ruth Greenblatt.
Mamie Gross, Jennie Harrison.
Ethel Harrow. Ann Hurwitt.
Blanche Karpf. Rose Kauffmann.
Edith Kurtzman. ("eeile Lassman.
Anna Levin. Ceil Lipkin. Sally
Manne. Mollie Manoil. Mary Mor-
gan. Hattie Newman. Rose Rosen-
Ida:;, Sadie Riicckhaus, Joan
Scbero, Ann Schwartz. Marguerite
Siegel, Leah Silverman. Bess Stein-
berg. Lily Sone and Clara Tnfield.
Special tribute was paid to Mrs.
Jerry Goldman, of the Hollywood
Auxiliary, for her volunteer serv-
ice to the residents. She also re-
ceived a silver charm bracelet.
Chairing the meeting was Mrs.
Marguerite Siegel. chairman of the
enior citizen program at the Home.
Representing Council leadership
who also extended greetings were
Mrs. Del Rubin. Section president:
Mrs. Dorothy Oppenhcim. vice
'president in charge of service: and
Mrs. Sidney
president.
Maurice Pearlstein, executive di-
rector ol the Home, commended
Ihe volunteers "for their outstand-
ing services to the residents which
has made the program of the Jew-
ish Home for the Aged a model
lor the entire country."
The presentation of awards was
followed by an evaluation ol the
existing program and plans for the
future by members of the staff of
the Home, as well as by volunteer
members who participated. Hep
resenting the volunteers were Mrs.
Joan Sehero. of the dance group:
Mrs. Ruth Greenblat. basketry;
and Mrs Ruth Green, personal
shopper.
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Menorah Boys
Cited Here
One of the highest scouting hon-
ors, the "Ner Tamid Award." was
conferred upon Alan Yale Wern-
er and Howard ftUSS Leskowitz. ot
Boy Scout Troop 321. Miami Beacn.
South Florida Council, at Temple
Mrnorah's late Friday evening ser-
vices recently, conducted by Rab-
bi Mayer Abramowitz.
The award is for "dedication to
home and Sabbath observance.
: synagogue participation. Jewish
study, religious observance, and
; service to the American Jewish
, community and world Jewry."
The medal, representing the
Eternal Light that hangs in front
of the Holy Ark in the synagogue,
is attached to a blue and white
lihbon and a bronze bar pin that
carries the inscription in Hebrew
litter-. "Ner Tamid." and in I
English. "Eternal Light "
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School Applications
Applications for Beth Am nur-
- and kindergarten are now be-
ing accepted for the school year
1962-63 Classes are available for
children from 3 to 5 years of age
School is under the direction of
Vlina Goldblatt, and staffed by
qualified teachers, Sessions are
held Horn 9 am to 12 noon in the
air-conditioned classroom building.
WEDDINGS BIRTHDAYS
ANNIVERSARIES BAR MITZVAHS.
Silver Platter Treatment for Every Occasion
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It deseives the special air ot elegance and good taste that
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and meticulous attention to detail. Yes, catering
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AT THE STANDARD CLUB
It was a formal dinner dance for Standard Club members. The
M ere charming with red. white, blue and yellow flowers. Din-
Der *; lenred bj candlelight red ones. At the David Rifas table
were Joe and Sylvia Rose. Sam and Felice Lipton. Herman and Faye
F.-.-,-. Mary and Pat Fine and the Jay Ki>laks had a fine time doing
tne Twist Er.joyir.z -.he Barber Shop Quartet along with the res; of
- i.--.; wen the Julias Weiskles and the Robert Traurigs.
Bj the that was nme quartet! In their derbies and mou>-
" ."- Eed Sam Blank. Jimmy Albert. Stan-
Fiti They should go on tour.
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PRCUD AS PUNCH
Mr. are mighty pr Their son
Peter, wt I Beach 1
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St.-- Lawrence Landy. Mr- Ve!
r.ioc Mrs Merer BrflkaM
and Mrs Jack Freedman. vice
president!
Mesdames Joseph AltschuLer.
recording secretary; Bernard LJt-
man. corresponding secretary; Ed-
ward Rubin, financial secretary-;
and Robert Garvett. treasurer.
Board of directors are Mes-
dames Richard Alper. Sam Bern
kowitz. Max Brown. Emily Cain.
Don Carlin. Ben Clein. Murray
Dubbsn. Marshall Feuer. Sam Fox.
Ivan Fisher. Lewis Gillis.
Also Mosdames Harold Gold-
stein. Paul Kahan. Jack Kamin.
Ted Marks. Robert Newman. Ger-
ald Schwartz. Sam Sherman. Stan-
ley Wellins and Ida Werman.
Officers will assume their d
in joint installation cerem Dies
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Rabbi Herbert Bj
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Temple Judea
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Howard Learner; Mai
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-'->. James, son of Mr .
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North Short Auxiliary
Tawitll Bflf Veterans and North
Shore Ladies' Aux.liary' held a
joint meeting on Wednesday at
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Assn. Program featured Mrs.
Myrna Greenblatt. who presented
Dolls for Democracy." Mrs. Ceil
R. Simon is president of the group.
Better; Marjorn
: Mr and Mrs. Soi 5chr<
I Mr and Mrs -
5chuiher; Donr.a. i
.: Mr> Mas Soiomon; Irene, dau-
ter of Mr. tad Mrs. Jack St<
Vicki. daughter of Dr ud Mrs U
tcmerrr.ar.. \\.i'.:*~ soc
Mr and Mrs. ti\^g SasSflRAB.
A reception honoring the cor.-
fi'-mands. sponsored by the par*
ents, will follow the ceremony.
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THE State of Israel Bond dinner
of tribute Sunday evening at
tin Diplomat hotel honored local
essmen who initiated the
program of private investments
in Israel the year it was born.
For the evening, Mrs. Dory
Aim roach selected an iridescent
jet sequined long torso bodice
over an asymetncally draped
black silk matte jersey skirt. Mrs.
Leo Cardncr chose an ensemble
.-he had made in Hong Kong. Her
sheath dress was in gold chitimi.
with small tucked pleats radiat-
ing from the one-shouldered bod-
ice. The coat and shoes were of
a cocoa and gold silk print, with
the lining of the coat the same
fabric of the dress.
Mrs Bernard Kramarsky wore
a black silk taffeta warped print
of red roses and green foliage on
; field of black. Her fitted bod-
ice was strapless, and the skirt
followed the bell silhouette. A
matching Stole completed her en-
semble. Mocha colored chiffon
with a cut velvet rose pattern
was the combination chosen by-
Mrs. Theodore Samet. The bod-
ice of her low-draped neckline
was filled with matching colored
flowers, and she wore a stole of
the same fabric.
Aqua chiffon was the choice of
Mrs. Louis Rosenslock. Her
sheath featured a flattering drap-
ed neckline. Mrs. Estelle Tisch-
ler wore a white wool hand-made
ensemble from Italy. Both her
dress and matching sweater were
covered with white iridescent se-
quins and featured an all-over
pattern of gold sequined diagon-
als. Mrs. David Catsman select-
ed a champagne-colored silk bro-
cade sheath and theatre coat en-
semble. A short formal of black
chantilly lace was the choice of
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers.

MRS. Sam Levenson's gown was
of black chiffon which featur-
ed black ribbon lace applique on
the bodice. The detailing of the
ribbon lace was emphasized with
black iridescent sequins, and her
skirt was cut in the traditional
fullness of chiffon. A white chan-
tilly lace sheath was worn by
>1 board member Mrs. Anna
Brenner Meyers. Magenta-color-
ed chiffon was worn at the waisl
and trailed to a hem-length pan-
nier in back.
Mrs Alfred Daniels selected a
s.lk jacket dress featuring a print
of bouquets of spring flowers.
Her straight cut jacket was self-
lined for added body, and had a
modified -cooped mandarin neck-
line. The sheath dress was soft-
ened with a draped cummerbund.
Powder blue silk organza with
over-all white shiffle embroidery
was worn by Mrs. Jacob lilt kin.
Squared in front, her neckline
i i to a low V in back and her
skirt was bouffant.
Visiting from New York were
Mrs. Abe Novin and Mrs. Lurry
Myerson. Mrs. Novin chose a
black silk crepe sheath with a
decollete back, draped low and
caught with a flat bow. A pow-
der blue silk sheath with white
polka dots was worn by Mrs.
Myerson. Her matching print on
chiffon was draped into a cowled
neckline. Mrs. Myerson. inciden-
tally, is the sister of Abe Keller,
national comptroller and treasur-
er for Bonds of Israel.
Mrs Hank Meyers chose an
iced procelain blue silk organza
with a white chantilly lace bod-
ice. Miniature impressed pleats
of the skirt began under the scal-
loped edge of lace on the long
torso-line bodice. Mrs. Ben Es-
sen wore a black silk organza
with flower folds effectively trim-
ming her capelette and scalloped
hemline. A black floor-length
gown was the choice of Mrs. Bar-
on de Hirsch Meyer, featuring
silk crepe embroidered with black
cavier beads.
Mrs Kayle Fine chose a French
imported lace, embroidered into
a flower motif with silver, red,
yellow and green threads. Sev-
enteenth century sleeves and a
full bouffant skirt contributed to
the effect of the French period
gown. A matching stole complet-
ed her ensemble. White chantilly
lace was the choice of Mrs. David
Drucker. Her sheath featured a
Peter Pan collar. An exciting
shade of carmen red was the col-
or of Mrs. (ius Feurer's satin
sheath. Another shade of red.
also quite vibrant, was worn by-
Mrs. Isadore Ilecht. Her gown
was of chiffon over silk. The stole
Gen. and Mrs. Ezer Weizmann and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle
receive guests as they arrived at a reception preceding a
dinner of tribute for Sam Blank, Samuel Friedland, Max Oro-
vitz and Dan B. Ruskin at the Diplomat hotel last Sunday
night. Weinkle was chairman of the dinner held under aus-
pices of the Greater Miami Israel Bond organization.
she carried was of white silk
chiffon and was hand-painted
with flowers,
A full-length white chiffon gown
** was the choice of Mrs. Her-
man Cohen. It was covered with
hand-appliqued, pastel-hued iri-
descent paillettes. Mrs. Nat Elk-
Ins selected a black chant'lly lace
sheath, reembroidered with black
cavier beads and trimmed with
jet crystal droplettes
Mrs. .lack Kalzman. who head-
the Women's Division for Israel
Bonds, chose a white chantilly
lace sheath reembroidered with
aquamarine ribbon lace applique.
Her shoes were dyed to match
the ribbon lace trim. An un-
usual fabric was selected by Mrs.
Henry B. Wernick. The black
tissue sheer mousseline de soie
was embroidered in white in Italy
and then sent to France to be cut
into the gown. It featured a
Peter Pan collar, very small but-
tons down the front and a full
circular skirt. Her sweater was
made to go with her gown and
was black cashmere with a silver
portrait neckline Tne popular
shift silhouette was worn by Mrs.
Jack J. Faulk. Her imported
Japanese silk featured coral
flowers on a field of ivory.
Hebrew Academy Women Will Hold First
Installation Luncheon at Hew School
Summer Camps
Reveai S*aff
The full umm be conducting the day camp pro-
pram at three different location-,
in Dade county for the Greater Mi
ami Jewish Community Center
was announced Wednesday.
General coordinator of summer
day camp operations is associate
director Fmanuel Tropp, and di-
rccting the three day camps will
Arnoldl Piskin, Beach Branch;
i' aid LaBelle, North County; and
Charles Plotkin, Miami.
Pro .: m directors and specialist.
instructors are Miami. Sylvia Rus-
kin. progra n director, Phil Slotsky,
waterfront counselor, and Lawrenct
Geffen, arts and crafts counselor;
Bi i h, Burton Garr, program di-
rector, Gerald Koppele, waterfront
counselor, and Prudence Vaughan,
arts and crafts counselor, Nortn
County. Elton Kerness, program di-
rector. Yvette Cole, waterfront
counselor, and Ethel Kandel, arts
and crafts counselor.
Each group of 15 children is as-
signed one senior counselor and
one junior counselor, the former of
college age- or older, the latter of
senior high school age.
The following senior counselor;'.
will be on duty: Miami. Michael
Klass, Jerry Levine. Harriet O.
trie, Nancy Taubcr and Naomi
Tropp. Beach, Ronald Abel, Betty
Barnett, Holla Hatz, Lynn llyman,
Anita Koppele. Rhoda Meyers
Ruhard Steinbook and Clarence
Sleiner. North County. Harry
Brooks, Sandor Blum. Susan Good
man, Sheila Epstein. Robert Gor-
don, Roberta Koppelman, Holly Pu-
laski and Ronald Werner.
Assisting in a junior counseling
capacity are Miami. Marilyn Korn
-;cin. Frank Miller. Sharla Rohan,
Fran Sokol and Robert Stone
Beach, Barry Katzen, Elizabeth.
Block, Barry Epstein, Hope Fran
kel, Philip Frcidin. Elyse Gilman.
Aclricnne Leban and Charlotte
Otchin. North County. Michael Ber
man. Kenneth Bloch. Judy Cole.
Jill David. Te;l Deutsch, Joan Kop
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First installation luncheon to be
held at the new Hebrew Academy
will be Wednesday at 1 p.m., when
Mrs. Joseph Shapiro accepts the!
presidency of the Hebrew Acad-l
emy Women for the fourth con-,
secutivc term.
Rabbi Morris L. Horovitz. assist-
ant principal of the Hebrew Acad-;
emy. will conduct the ceremony.,
Mrs. Harry Kaplan is chairman of|
the day.
Officers and members of the
hoard who will serve with Mrs.
Shapiro are Mesdames David S.
Andron. honorary life president;;
Sidney Rubinowitz, honorary life
president; Irving Firtcl. honorary ;
president; Samuel Rcinhard. hon-
orary life vice president: Joseph E
Rackovsky, honorary life treasur-
er; Miss Sue Berkowitz. Charles
Bogin. Leonard Rosen, M. H. Ros-'
enhouse, Abraham Steinberg, vice
presidents; George Kimmel, treas
urer; Al Osheroff, financial secre-
tary; Jacob Katz, recording secre-
tary; Sam Shapiro, social secretary;
Sue Herman, chairman, corres-
ponding secretary; Louis Cimeiit.
telephone secretary; Zvi Berger,
registrar; Henry Gewitz, pro-rani
chairman; Louis A. Bunim, histor-
ian; Harry Kaplan, parliamentar-
ian.
Trustees are Mesdames Sarah C.
Bltdlow, Pauline Chill, Samuel fob
ir Harry Genet. Sam Fuchs, Alex-
ander S. Gross, Pauline C.rund-
werg Frieda Koch. Alexander
Kogan, Irwin 11. Makovsky, Louis
Makovsky. Louis Merwitzer, and
i, uis Sussman.
Servln n efi",I
. Aith ir Hervrman. Ann
W|ti
j .-nfel.l. Morrli
biium, Jonah Cai an, Mar\ln Choos,
. ,, Mr.l8 Con. s.i.-..ii-< h,
\l, ,i8 Dublc r, Hi i an
,.. Mai I
. Sam ii i Knrbi r
Fmnl, fine, Isidore Friedman.
Charles Kruchtman. Jack ,>".
tt\ Ciinfcllxx. William r.oldsteln,
s. mui I Comber*, Herald
h. v cjro iclan, Max Gutmnnn, Lena
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t.b} Julius Kb laky, Benjamin Korn-
, |ch, Eugi Labovlta, Aan n s
Lauer, Solomon Lauffer, Pannii Lleb-1
man, Marvin Llpman, it"*.- Lobel,
Clara Mason, Frieda Miller, Alexander
Moakovits.
Henry Penchanaky, Leo Relnhard,
Maurlo Revits, Ellas Roach, Julius
Roaenstein, Joseph Sabat, Rachel Sa-1
kowlts, llyman Sandier, Abraham
Keif. Harry Sells-man, Abraham Bha-
;ilro, Virginia Bltverberg, Edward
snvi.r Saul Solomon, Samuel Speert,
Nathan Splegelman, Isidore Spoiler,,
Tlbor Stern, Israel T.-lo-h, Philip
Weisx, Rose Welsa, Sylvia Zemel,
Fred Zlaqult, Matthew Zuckermnn.
pelman. Carol Mirsky. Michael Mc
Laughlin. Larry Wcisblatt and Val-
erie Wcldon.
Choi Chapter Meeting
Chai chapter of B'nai B'rith met
Tuesday evening in the Deauvilk
hotel's Cafe De La Mer. Mrs. Bcllf
Rosenthal was in charge of ar-
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The Courier
Id t^ckwartz
Sid Siegel, :
f A director o Temple
lirectorship T E
ts in northern i per
Bishopric, Green in : Fieteien named I I
ill
So-n Gyson
Judge Miitcm Friedman -. am-

' Leo Robinson R. Williams Apte ..: : Phil Hauli,
Maurice Cohn, t I M ::' Dave Emmer, and b'
- George Okell, Dr. J. A. Greenhouse, Henry Dreyfus and Bob
Rubinstein Al talute tl Sam Friedland, Sam Blank,
Max Orovitx a'.: Dan Ruskin on Sunday. we were happy to meet Dr.
David Andron, founding president of the Hebrew Academy Dave was ;
'- to take part in the Academy's move to its handsome new Miami j
efa quarters Gen. Eier Weizmann hardly looked the >ix years I
cider sir.ce we last saw him in Miami Carl Weinkle and Leonard
Rosen were cuKtandiny in their dinner co-chairmen roles Jack
Rifkin ar.<: Jack Popick traded stories a- Harriet and Ruth talked over j
..spending -ummer trip-

Dr. David Nathan and Dr. Marvin Meitus will discuss "The Pace
maker over WCKK Sunday at 11 p.m.. a program sponsored by the
Hei-rt Aaan. of Greater Miami In addition to some 30 prizes of
the usual variety, the winners in this year's "Make Miami Beautiful"
contest oil] receive a culor-photo of their home and landscaping, chair-
man Al Palle* tells us Heart Assn. scholarship winners include
Robert Belmaker, Marian Flum and Arnold Klein, of North Miami High,
and Michael Telson, of Miami Beach High Chief Justice Earl War-
ren will recive an honorary degree Saturday morning in Cincinnati
from Dr. Nelson Glueck, president of Hebrew L'mon College-Jewish In-
stitute of Religion.
Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion received an honorary Doctorate
Tuesday from the Technion at impressive ceremonies in Haifa .
Bar-Ilan University of Tel Aviv honored Gov. Nelson Rockefeller for
his contributions to Bar-Ilan's Abraham Lincoln School Tel Aviv
University has added a graduate medical school Hebrew University
of Jerusalem scholars (this year or next) include children of Rabbi
David Shapiro, of Hollywood, president of the Greater Miami Rabbin-
ical Asn and Dr. Milton Lubarr, chairman of the Hebrew University
cental school project for Alpha Omega fraternity.
Rabbis Tibor Stern and Solomon Schiff have been named repre-
sentatives on the Chaplains' Corps for Civil Defense of Dade County
. Marvin Schulman started off his big Hampshire Towers apartment
building in a big way. with limousines picking up interested par'.ie;
and champagne served on arrival. That was just before M. y
k market crash Westbrooke Country Club execs Sfrc'^cr, .lay.
Harold Pomeranti and Morris Fox ready for Fathers Day din..c.
promising rain to stop those pesky fires in the Everglades.

Mrs. Sidney Weinstein, of West Orange. N.J.. vice chairman of tl .
public affairs committee cf the National Council ol Jew..-;. .Voi
has been appointed by Secretary of Labor Arthur Goldberg to the Dt
partmeM of Labor's Advisory Committee on Young Workers Four,
der Bill Smith, of Coronet Candies, has resigned from Franklin Federal
organization. In fact, the next day a car drove through Smitty's plati
> window and caused $800 damage.
Jack D. Gordon, president of Washington Federal Savings and
Loan, who recently got together with Congressional nominee Claude
Pepper to raise money for Sen. Wayne Morse's bid for reelection, issued
an interesting press release outlining Gordon's stand against the pro-
posed million-dollar hiyh school sports center. Jack wants the money
:or books. He points out that the school board keeps hearing from the
k banners at each meeting. "I hepe now." says Gordon, "we will
hear from those who want to increase the book supply

Recent greetings to the American Council of Judaism by Vice
nt Lyndon Johnson, Gov Otto Kerner, of Illinois, and former
idenl Dwlsht D. Eisenhower weren't as surprising as statement
lauding Council by Chester Bcwles. Oh. well Workmen's Circle
-'ill beating drums for its National Indignation Week' protesting
iel anti-Semitism. June 18 to 24 Harold Aboott, C.L.U. of Coral
iles, will cepri senl the National Life Insurance Company ol Vermont
Life insurance pension si minar at Jacksonville Saturday .
!' t-gradu U co i n marine microbiology at the Universitj of
rs, all PhD's, Samuel P. Meyers, Leonard J.
Greenfield, Frank J. Roth, jr., and M. Michael Sigel Elton Kerness,
' M graduate, bas won i K) scholarship from the Southern Sec-
of the Nat Welfare Board, according to chairman
Morris M. Fogeiman, ol Memphis,
Larry King show Mi lit featured Judge Mai Englander,
imi Beach vice mayor attackini Metro rezoning o! South Dade bay-
t land [or S< les earlier, on the
adio show ..... lit >l Jack Kassewitz was de-
in{ the ai
Seaboard Lists Schedule Changes
"Tinkie Club" is the club-within-a-club c: the s. Edward Stiegel Mrs. Max
Chiccgo Club of Greater Miami, whose chiei Mrs. Samuel Greenfield, Charles Eronsc:
activity is the card game. "Tinkle." With their ward Stiegel, Ezra Feingcic lee Falk S.
kitty, members took a trip to Nassau. From top G.-oer.iie'd and Max Kla'.z. Richard Be:
'left to right are Mrs. Birdie Kahn, Mrs. Ezra is score-keeper tor the group which stcr.
Finegold, Mrs. Leo Falk. Mrs. Charles Bron- the Arawak hctel.
Beth Torah Chief Has Civic, Religious Background
New president of Beth Torah
Congregation of No Miami Beach
is Irving Seidel. An active mem-
ber of the congregation for the pa.-t
six year- S< i l< bas served as
executive vice president for the
p. tl year, and as chairman of the
education committee for four years
before.
Originally frem New York. Seidel
was a member of Young I-rail.
I'elham Parkway, and of the Jew-
ish War Veterans of Bronx Council.
and served a< senior vice corn-
mancer ol the Arthur I Adler Post
JWV.
A staff sergeant in the U.S.
Army, Seidel spent .2 months in
overseas duty. He participated
in the battle of Guadalcanal and
Bougaineville, and received a
Ico ftcr in action in the
( hi ip res.
Ht attended Auburn Polytechnic
insti nte nnd the Talmudic Acad-
nf Yeshiva University
His w.!c was principal of Lin-
coln Park Hebrew school in Yonk-
ers. NY. and ha- been teaching
at Beth Torah for the past five
. ( ., r -
VING SfrDfl
The Seidels have tv..
Debra and -h:ra.
I'n sident pf Sisterh Mr-
living Furmi '. Men'- Clu-.
I .en Kar: relij school PT,\
Mrs Ronald F: itd< and nursery
school PTA. Mrs 1 .hard Shacti
Serving witl will s H.
old Wolk. G< '-. timar, St
ley Friedmai 'ton Greene,
Eugene Schwarzt* t "'' Richard
Sneider, v-ici prts -. Ira Good-
man, trea nel Edelsoi
financial Mrs I rnard
Biauhut r. i secretary; and
Mrs Saul Schn .> rresp indu
seen larj
Trustee inc! < Mrs. !'
i r'eldman. Hi .(-'en, l .
Bemuel le1 Mon Segal i .
Marvin Chi S mour Row n,
ij tin H '" i George Saks
Earnest Jai
.- 5chn peph Schal
D. \i Margu I Sahm
And San I"-:---. Nat I
Joseph Schmi Neil Sht. ,r. S
Krassner M i ene. Hov
R;.lby. Leu Taj Leroj Levy.
Samuel Fox. Li .: Pincus, Frank
Bur: E 2 : Stanley Falke,
Carl Zwerner Ted Klameti, Adrian
K. ufn
Effective with the inauguration
: ime in certain
ern citii .'.ill be
il '.
trail
The Btreamlii er Meteor
from Miami
n Standard Time.
New York the following
bag 10:25 a.m.. Eastern Stan-
. I me, or 11 35 a.m., Daylight
ng Time Southbound, the- Sti-
ll] .I. part '' i York
...... ESI or a SO p in DST,
arriving Miami 4:45 p.m EST. the
.'(.flowing afternoon.
The Silver Star, which now leaves
Miami at 4:40 p.m.. will, commenc-
ing Apr. 29. leave Miami on its
new summer schedule 12:40 p.m.
EST, arriving New York the fol-
lowing afternoon, 2:35 p.m EST,
5 p.m. DST Southbound, the
Silver Star will, after Apr. 29. de-
part New York 10 a.m. EST. or 11
a.m., DST. arriving Miami the fol-
. morning at 11:15 a.m., EST,
Both trains will carry the same
reserved seat coaches and Pullman
cars, with coach and Pullman
lounge facilities and dining car ser-
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Here Tuesday
rui -v Tuesday
reel" r Arthur Pat-
I ie Mi i I tricl for Metro
.- don : ughl con-
,.,i .-. Patti--" James High
b> 11.'- B i" 512
i : stricl '. .' rl Brah
. irj Kenzie, 10.456
"
strii liter Weiss, two-
eived only
..'in inseated by
. Long, i, <'
In roup 2 b l Commis-
, yeai 3 membership of
fern Carter i ml n led as state-
. ra I 243.868 tallies
p de coi was outdis-
i by his v> '' nt, Jim Blan-
ion. who cat r i Da Ie 39.586 to
s 29.158
in 'in' run ( .'i Group ."> for
Or, Courl was ;i close vie-
: r mi urn : idge Ralph (>
I nil, : who -I 36.602 votes
,::; I ..- ipponent, Si
... tro J k M Turner
In the race fir Constable, Dis-
it v i "' W Gilbert. 16.-
er Mai Re i Christmas,
In D t 2 Ray Bradley
close i'h 3.993 tal-
!',- 706
Fi : bchoi I I, District l. it
. as Jim :. Irii 10.368, over
. (i 3 189 In Dis-
Ho Iraddock, in an
. ictorj. i in lilj defeated in-
m Euni P Anderson Tal-
lies ere 33,173 to 30.255
I: 'bo [nl i I \ ivigation race,
Democratic, it *as Harvey 11 Bak-
537, to Stanley Goldberg, 26.-
91
In other races, I imes J. James
and Mrs. Malvir Englander, wife
: the Miami Beach vice mayor,
elected I > the state Demo-
lU Executi immittee. James
ed 11.817, > -r his nearest op-,
ponent, Ha) K)d Sr. 10.722.
Mrs Englan jarnered 12.452.
In top her nearest opponent.;
Sylvia S. Fri >dmai B.732
S jr -. District 3, it
. ;.. berl v n in a vie-
ei ent, Paul '
Becca Men's Club
Snsfa.i's Officers
Wal'i
th Bi ach Mei
Cli i) al Ihe or nization's annual
banquel last Saturday at the Al
Biers hotel.
i owitz was the recent recip-
ient of a Congressional appoint-
ir.enl as counsel to the sub-commit'
lee on aging. Vice Mayor of the
City of Miami and Circuit Court
Judge-elect Henry Balaban install-
ed the new officers
Other officers installed were
Murray Fiction and Sol Roth, vice
president; Harry Perkel, recording
secretary; and Louis Weissman,
corresponding secretary,
Eight graduates of the Central Hebrew Kiqh School received
their dp'.omas at graduation exercises of the Bureau of Jewish
Education at Temp'e Israel on Monday. Seated are Rebecca
Reiter, Melvyn Rubin. Linda Schwartzman. Standing are Vic-
tor Fishman. Rita Biegel. Karen Reiter, Barbara Bolker, and
Robert Stone Diplomas were also distributed to Junior High
School graduates of Beth David Congreaation, Temple Beth
Sholem of Hollywood, Israelite Center and Temple Menorah.
Address to the graduates was made by Hcrry Simonhoff on
"The Jews in the Civil War." Jacob and Adele Kaplan Award
of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn. went to Fred Silverman
Daniel Weiss, of Beth David Congregation. The Ratner
family and Israel Shapoff prizes weie awarded to Barbara
Bolker and Karen Reiter, of the Hebrew Hiah School. The
Jewish Educators Council award went to Rita Beigel.
Miami Rabbis Sign Tahara' Statement

T. 2.793 to
Karp ro Head
Befh Torah Men
\, y presi Ie I Beth Ton h
eation Men's Club is Ben
Kan ho has served on the board
w*-
BEN KAKP
and on committees >f the club for
nan) -. ars.
Other new ifficers are Louis
Sahm and George Saks, vice presi-
dents, Louis Pincus. corresponding
secretary; Samuel Funt, recording
secretary; Stanley Josovltj, public-
ity J ihn J. Werner, treasurer.
Tru! teea are Dr. Morns Green-
berg, Kobert B-iumohl. Si Wurnv
brand Neil Shteir, Channon Band
and Julius Welner.
ELECTRIC GLASS I0TT0M
tOATS
The Greater Miami Chevra Ka-
disha, Nathan Ginsburg. president,
this week issued a statement sign-
ed by local spiritual leaders urging
the the deceased must receive a
Tahara from the organization or
any duly constituted Chevra Ka-
disha and Chesed Shel Ernes."
The statement declared that "a
certificate issued by the Chevra
Kadisha is the only guarantee that
a proper Tahara* was performed."
and revealed that "we are inform-
ing all rabbis throughout the coun-
try to demand this ertificate upon
arrival ol a transported body, in
order to establish that the proper
rites wen rfoi ned."
Declared the local Chevra Ka-
disha: "One who deprives a Jew-
ish body of the Tahara' ritual,
deprives a Jew of his most
sacred religious rights; it pre-
vents him from receiving a
prcper Jewish burial service in
keeping with the time-honored
traditions of his lorefathers."
Signing I went here were
Rabbis Abraham Korf., Solomon
Schiff, Joseph Rackovkj Harol I
Richter Phu eas W< man Sher-
win Si,! r Stern. H Louis
Rottmari Isaa Ever Sheldon
Steinn.etz Ui< '" |;a"
Zwitmai K
Dade Heights
Has Registration
Kind
2a I running
, ,.,.... Thursday, May '
Mrs \ l It" '" tne
kiuderi rt : has advised par-
mill September.
, light ol the limited number Of
openings
Classes include nursery, for chil-
dren who will be 3 by December
1962; junior kindergarten, tor 4-
w;,:lds b, the same date; and
senior kindergarten, for 5-year-
A'm program will be senior
kindergarten In a session from 9
a in. to 2 p.m
Israelite Center Picnic
On Sunday, the Israelite Center
religious school picnic will be held
: Homestead City Park. Home-
u.:,d cavalcade if cars will leave
, the Center at 9 a fl Games
are planned for the children, and
"freshments will be served by the
Uora stem Sisterho 11
The signing spiritual leaders de-
clared tiiat "we will only officiate i
at funerals or burial services
where the sacred rites of the Ta-1
hara' have been observed."
The statement said that "sur-
vivors have neither the moral nor
the ethical right to deprive their
loved ones of the Jewish burial
procedure, of which the "Tahara-
is an essential part.'"
Hialeah Reform
Opens Sanctuary
i in Sunday, June 3. at 2 p.m the
Hialeah Reform Jewish Congrega-
tion will dedicate its now home
and sanctuary at 595 W. 68th si..
Hialeah.
Installation of new officers and
hoar I members for the Temple and
Sisterhood will he held at the same
time.
Started two years ago with a
pioneer group of 11 families, the
congregation now has a member-
ship of 40 families and with a
home and address hopes to at-
tract other members in the area.
Guest speaker w ill be Sen. Claude
Popper. Jack Cherry, president of
the Hialeah Council, will give a
message of welcome.
Officiating rabbis will be Dr.
Marius Ransnn, spiritual leader of
the congregation, and Rabbi Will-
iam Sajowltz, director of the South-
east region. L'nion of American He-
brew Congregations.
Miamian Gets
AF Commission
Bernard M. Stein, son of Mrs.
Charles Towle, 2151 NW 17th st
has been commissioned a second
lieutenant and awarded his navi-
gator wings in the United States
Air Force following his graduation
[from navigator training at Hariin-
ren AFB, Tex.
Lt, Stein, a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Florida, received radar
and celestial navigation training i.i
Air Force T-29 "Flying Classroom '
aircraft. He will be reassigned ta
Mather AFB. Calif, for advance!
training.
The lieutenant is a member ;
Kappa Sigma. His father. Barney
Stein, lives in Las Vegas. Nev.
Iran is Topic
Of UN Talk
The United Nations study grou;
, will meet on Tuesday evening at
the Miami Beach Federal Savings
j and Loan Assn.
Dr. Arthur Phillips will be gue<:
' speaker and the subject for dis-
cussion will be "Iran."
The meeting is open to the pub-
lic Mrs. Anna Weiss is chairman
ol the group.
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Siced social events Nightly enterta nment and
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Friday, June 1, 1962
R/TA
AOR>AN
LtON
HARVIY
Pollacks Aim
For Graduations
Sole topic of conversation these
a; the hi me of Mi', and Mrs.
Nat pollock, whose four children
are 11 participating in closing ex-
,: .... at th ir various schools, is
graduation Caps jowns and di-
, ,. are disew "' R***-
Adrian, 1 vcy Pol
Mr i lirector
B
Rita, 1*. g
st S
: : West Miami will
I feted a! ioim ra :
: 5al Rtta is
a V ember I the Nati inal 1!
ely a conl
to Ti ; ti l'
'..... i ests I
at id
- will be en-
liven* I I; a dance I en
Leon, 14, is gi from the
Hebrew Academy, which he enl r
ed in the first grade eight years
ago.
Harvey, who is 5. is expected to
follow the Pollack tradition, and
Left to right are Dr. Felix H. Reyler. executive
tor; Max Garazi, recording secretary;
" in, former Consul ot Israel in
presid< 1 trique
erto Behar, treasurer:
Dr. Miguel Rodriguez-Caillet, preside
Cuban National Bar Assn. in exile,
isco Ponte-Dominguez. former
v Cuba's Supreme Court.
Si
a
. :
Feu
I ltl<
Temple Judea Blood Drive
Temple Judea of Coral Gables ^yj'enter'the Academy in the fall.
will be host to the John Elliott He, too. is graduating this month.
, < o having completed three years of
Blood Bank on Tuesday from 5:30 .ll|endancc at ,hl. pre-SChool de-
to 7 p.m. Dinner will be served to p;.rtment of the Greater Miami
ull donors. Jewish Community Center.
C:ban Hebrew
Sodal Circle
in Celebration
The Cuban Hebrew Social Circle
of Miami held a meeting lor the i
Cohan Jews living in Miami on |
S iturday, May 19, at Washington
federal Savings and Loan Assn..
Normandy Isle.
Tin' affair was in honor of the
State Israel's nth anniversary
. : d the 60th anniversary of the
proclamation of the Republic of
Cuba.
Conducting the meel i
F.nrique Kalusin, presi li i I. Dr
Felix H. Re\ler, executive direc-
tor; Dr. Enriqi e Eil r, via
dent: Alberto Behar, treasurer;
ai d Max Garazi,
. .>
o her speakers v re Si !er M.
Consul of Isi
; Dr. M
let, : ,,:'' Na
al Bar Assn. in exile; and Dr.
i co Ponte D
:> r State Att irnej ol Cuba's Su-
l.ieme Court.
Some 200 Cuban Jews atti
the double celebration meeting
Dr. Wolf son to Speak
Vbraham Wolfson, chairman
Spinoza 1 orum for adult edu-
in, will -peak 'Mi 'The .1 >> ol
Living" Tuesday and Thursday.
a m.. on the 8th st. beach, fol-
low ing Charles Siegel's exercise
class and the slimnastic club led
by Lillian Friedlander.
Service to Cncn
JWV Convention
Teaching them to swim Westbrooke Country Club's big
swimming pool is being utilized during the next few weeks
as a "test program" during school hours to teach youngsters
how to swim. Everglades Elementary PTA is sponsoring the
swim lessons for fourth graders at Westbrooke, which offered
its facilities for the lessons. Left to right are Sheldon Kay, of
Westbrooke; Mrs. Libby Strauss, president of Everglades PTA;
Mrs. Esther Kazer, Everglades principal; and Dottie Stern, Red
Cross instructor. Nick Bringas, physical education teacher at
Everglades, is giving the instruction.
Sen, Smothers
To be Speaker
U.S. Sen. George A
will be featured speaker at the
14th annual convention of the Flor-
ida American Legion here June
1 to 3.
Sen. Smathers i< scheduled to
address some 3.000 delegates al
11:30 a.m.. Saturday.
Highlighting the 9 a.m. opening
ceremonies at the Everglades
hotel, in which the Ladies' Auxil- ;
iary and the 40-8 will be in joint j
session, will be addresses of wel-
come from Miami Mayor Robert
King High. Metro Commission 1
Chairman Alex Gordon, and Flor-'
I ida Commander Sam A. McCollum.
I Charles L. Bacon, the Legion's
national commander, will be chief
speaker Friday, with Rufus Wil-
son, manager of the VA Regional
office in St. Petersburg, also
scheduled to talk.
Miamian Will
Be Ordained
Two residents and one congrega-
tion from the Greater Miami area
will be honored at the Jewish
^logical Seminary of America's
annual commencement. The
rcises will be held ae 3 in
>- u York City.
Marvin Toka; 1 Mr an I
I. mis Tokayer, of 3621 SW
. st., Miami, w ill be 1 rdained
her.
ra, M Z imora avi
-. will also be bonore 1
parl in pi
his rabbinic studies M
II represent th<
. 1". >n
v the exercis -. Mrs Fr
Ei tine, 1501 N Mend.an ave ,
Beach, will be awarded a
for ( impletion of
Fran< es Entine Si h ilarship in
linary's Rabbinical Depart-
At th ites of
- inar's five academi
partments will receive degrees in
and 30 will receive honor-
ary degrees or awards
Special services will opei
convention Of the Depart: : I
Florida. Jewish War Voter- !
the U.S.A., at the Deauvill- I
this Friday night.
National Deputy Chaplain En
uel Mandel. who is cantor at Dade
Heights Jewish Congregation, will
chant the liturgy. Bernard W
er. Abe Horrowitz Post chapWir..
will lead the services with St.it*
Chaplain Maurice Weiman assist-
ing in special readings.
Saturday morning services will tx
held at 9 a. m., and Sunday -
ices at 8 a.m.
speeial annual convention 1
orial services will b< 1 nd
Ri gional Vice < 1 mman ler I .
11 a.m Sundaj
Hope School
Box Supper
A fund-raising evenl for
cbapti rs of Hope School f< 1
: llj Retarded Children will
the term of an old-1
supper at the waterfr int h
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Klin 1
Bay dr., on Saturday al 3 I
There will be entei
'- isl and hull) full) c 11 tests
1 rizes will be gii en for th
01 iginal and best decorati :
Monies raised will be us
c xpenses ..t the school lui
summer.
Overall chairman :- Mrs II
Geller. Mrs. Hilda H
Angel chapter chairm 1
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May, 1341, end in celebration of its anniver-
sary they served refreshments to their custo-
mers and friends. The girls are all employees
of the bank and were born in 1941. Dunlap
was cashier when the bank opened in 1941,
and has been president since 1952.
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As a gift to subicribers, The Jewish Floridian will present free
for the asking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Bas Mit2
Requests shouid be addressed to "Corsage for You," P.O. Box
i973, Miami 1, Fla., one month in advance. Include the ra~e
cf the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and place of tne cere
home address and telephone nur":;er. The corsage will
fcrwarded tovou courtesy of Blackstone Flower Shops in ti
for the occasion.
be
me
Rodney Kay M. Penchansky
Robert Koler
Joel Moskowits i
- relay morning services,
at Temple Zion will include the
..i Mitzvah of Joel, son of Mr.
nd Mrs. Emanucl Moskowits and
grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Peuer. Kabbi Alfred Waxman will
.iticiate.
A seventh grade student at West
Miami Junior High, the celebrant
ill continue his studies in the
Temple's confirmation class.
The Kiddush will be hosted by
I | arents of the Bar Mitzvah.
*
Stuart Mervis
On Saturday morning, June 2.
uart Allen, si n ol Mr. and Mr*
Ralph M< rvis, will observe his r r
ah at Temple Ner Tamid
Graduation Set
At Ner Tamid
Labovitz will
ficiate.
Stuart is a student al Si
Junior High and the Temple's re-
ligious school.
A reception in his honor will fol-
low the ceremony.
*
Robert Kaler
Robert Bruce, son of Mr. and
Mrs, Herman Kaler. will become
Bar Mitzvah at Beth David on Sat-
urday morning. June 2. with Rabbi
Norman N. Shapiro officiating.
A seventh grade student at Shen-
andoah Junior High, the celebrant
nas awarded an 'Excellent" rib-
bon in the rec< nl South Florida
si ience Fair, and is also interested
III art.
Hi* parents will sponsor the Kid-
dush following services,
* -.
Rodney Kay
Rabbi Leon Kronish will offi-
ciate at the Bar Mitzvah of Rodney
I.t lie Kay on Saturday morning.
Ji.ne 2. at Temple Beth Sholom.
The celebrant is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sanford Kay. 4400 Pine.
tree dr Miami Beach.
* *
Michael Penchansky
Michael Dennis, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Penchansky, 2630 Fla-
mingo dr.. is the first student who
will be Bar Mitzvah in the new
building of the Hebrew Academy.
Rabbi Morris L. Horovitz will of-
ficiate at the ceremony on Satur-
morning, June 2,
Now in the seventh grade, Mich-
ael ha- been an outstandii
,<:fnt at the Academy since kinder-
garten.
The celebrant's father is a mem-
ber of the Academy and Temple
Bmanu-El boards. Mrs. Penchan-
sky, on the board ol the Hebrew
Academy Women, serves as social
secretary of the Academy PTA and
chairman of the youth commission
of Temple Emanu-F.l.
Mr. and Mrs, William Kenchan-
sky, of New York, will attend their
grandson's Bar Mitzvah.
Following the services, a catered
lunch will be served in the new
Ai ademy dining hall.
Tilereth Israel Sisterhood
Grad ion < xeri Ises of Temple
'.it Tamid Hi brew school will
U held in conjunction with even-
ig services this Friday.
Graduating students are Edwin
li s, Jeffrey Breslaw, Linda Du
Beshter, Steven Ecker, Allan Fel-
l. Joseph Huppert, Wayne l'rich-
, son, Lewish Rothlein and Melinda
Woskow.
Theme of the commencement
vill be "The Jewish Holidays,"
v ith the eight stained glass win-
ows of the Temple depicting the
holidays used for reference.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz will de-
liver the graduation message. Mur-
ray A. Shaw, president, will dis-
tribute the certificates. Mrs. Louis
Cohen, chairman of the school
I), ard, will present the awards.
Also to be honored at the services
are the following members of the
i, ligious school teaching staff:;
Meyer Samberg. educational direc-
tor, Aaron Center. Sidney Shapiro.
Bruce Fabric. Miss Bea Brick, Miss
Valerie Mamches. Miss Ida Garazi;
and Mrs. Cecile I'nchason, school
secretary.
Following the ceremonies, the
parents of the graduates will host
'lie Oneg Shabbat.
On Sunday morning, at 10 a.m., I
c'osing day exercises will be held'
for the Temple's religious school.
Samberg will present awards and
: izes, and Aaron Kisen.-iein will
I i-.it the annual Aaron Eisen-|
stein scholarship to the most out-
standing student.
The PTA will be host at a re-
ception following the ceremony.
Tifercth Israel Sisterhood will
1., Id a card party Wed' I
evening in the social hall. 6500 N
ave. Refreshments will be
-. rved.
Flagler-Granada
Installs Officers
Officers of Flagler-Granada Jew-
ish Community Center was in-
stalled on Saturday evening at a
function in the DiLido hotel.
Installing officer was Milton
Friedman, president of District
Grand Lodge 5. B'nai B'nth.
Hy Covcrman took office as
pres.dent. Others are Norman El
brand, first vice president and
chairman of the board; Ben Jonas.
executive vice president; Bernard
Shenkman, treasurer; Mrs. Math-
ew Cohen, recording secretary;
Mrs. Harold Strumpf. corre-pond-
i ing secretary; Mrs. Hy Coverman.
financial secretary; and Mrs. Irv-
ing Verdon, president of Sister-
hood.
Board of directors includes Har-
old Berger. Nathan Braverman.'
Morris Brody, Louis Bush. Jerome,
c ohen, Morns Fisher. Tom Fritsch,
Mr-. Sclma Green. Samuel Gold-
Stein, Samuel Kessler.
Also Abraham Mahler. Paul
Marks. Ralph Mishael. Edward
Moore, Mrs. Edward Peyser. Mor-
ris B. Podnos. Joseph Press, Mrs.
Ubert Reisman. Harold Strumpf,;
and Samuel Hollander, past presi-
dent.
Special board members are Nath-
an Adelman. Solomon Issenberp. an
Eze Rubinstein.
Smith to Head
Civic League;
WHI Honor Lipp
in Hubin. retiring president
i oi Miami
I] lans tor th<
p's r dance
e held in thi
uville ho-
p.m.
Receivi I from Cir-
! cuit Court Judgi en, in-
'. Martin A
th, local atti .;:<'. \ ho will
I serve as president for the i%2-
term.
Oher olficers are Murray Shel
' d- n. first vice president; Maurice
I c i. second vice president;
!. cky Pomerance, secretary; Jo-
seph Goodman, financial secretary,
and Al Nason. treasurer.
New ly-elected members of the
bi ard to be installed are Dr. Mark
li. Cirlin, Adrian Thai. Dr. Mich-
ael Cogan, Harry Erlanger, Bill
Click. Mac Goldberg, Charles
Chuck" Hall, William Kline, Dan
I.i \ me. Sam Rivkind. Jack Silver-
man. Michael Sossin, Sindey Was-
herman. George Whitney. Al Zablo.
living Firtel, Leo Eisenstein, Al A
Rothstein, Gilbert Waxman, John
Berger, Milton Smith. Robert
-, v e lei, Walter Bauer, and Wil-
liam Coplan.
hli hi of the evening will be
(he presentation ol a plaque honor-
ing Morr,- Lipp, who will be the
rccipienl of the League's "Out-
s unding Cnu Li a !er" award for
1961. Lipp recently retired as city
manager of Miami Beach having
served for 37 years.
Serving on the dinner committee
are Allen Goldberg. Carl Gardner.
Bill Glick, Harry Krlanger and
Frank Conn.
Hebrew Academy moves into new school at 2400 Pinetree dr.
Ninth grade students join B. I. Binder, president, Louis Mer-
witzer, president-elect, and Samuel Reinhard, vice president,
as they carry Sefer Torahs into the new Academy. Entry was
preceded by a procession from the school's old site on South
Beach.
Pallet Named to B'nai B'rith Board
Lear Graduates College Bound
Commencement exercises for the |
seniors and ninth grade students
at Lear School were held Wednes-
evening.
All college-bound seniors have I
been accepted and will attend the j
following: Boston University.
George Washington University, Roi-
l.ns College, University of Western
Illinois, University of Miami. Tam-
pa University and Long Island Uni-
versity.
Plans at the school for the com-
ing vear include Florida certifi-
cated staff, special courses in reme-
dial reading, modified plan of the
Yale mathematics program incor-
porated into the elementary grades,
courses added to the high school
curriculum, and expansion of the
elementary science program.
CORAL GABLES
COHVALESCENT HOME
"A Friendh and Gentle Atmosphere
For Those Ton Love
24 HOUR REGISTERED NURSING SERVICE
SPECIAL DIETS OBSERVED
AIL ROOMS ON GROUND FlOOR
PRIVATE BATHROOMS
AIR CONDITIONED SWIMMING POOL
SPACIOUS GROUNDS & SCREENED PATIO
Ferdinand H. Rotenthal. Director-On.r
former Am) Wt Ml final H<
[i|r. Jewish Home lor Km
7060 S.W. 8th ST., MIAMI, FLORIDA
E. Albert Pallot, local banker
and civic leader, has been elected
to the national board of governors
of the B'nai B'rith Supreme Lodge.
it was announced here this week.
He Will represent the Southeast
United States on the board. Pallot
attended installation ceremonies in
Washington, DC, international
headquarters of the service organi-
zation, where he was honored lor
his quarter cerlury of leadership
in the Florida and District Lodge
No. 5 area.
Pallot has headed the Miami and
M.ami Beach Lodges of B'nai,
B'rith. as well as the South Florida
Council. He is a past president of
District Grand Lodge No. 5.
His record of communal ser-
vice includes chairman of the
City of Miami beautification com-
mittee, founder and president of
the Miami Beach Taxpayers'
Assn., past exalted ruler of the
Miami Elks Lodge, past master
of Hibiscus Lodge, Masonic Or-
der, and development fund chair-
man of Cedars of Lebanon Hos-
pital.
Under his direction, the Miami
beautification committee this year
spearheaded a clean-up campaign
which earned for Miami a national
fourth place award for "beautifica-
tion and civic improvement
among metropolitan cities of sim-
ilar size and population.
In addition. Pallot has given I
leadership to veterans' service pro-,
.rams, and nearly a score of local
and national health and welfare
causes. He is president and chair-
man of the board of the Biscayne
federal Savings and Loan Assn.,
.did a practicing attorney with of-
i ces in the Dupont bldg.
Gov. Bryant
Appoints Dover
Gov. Farris Bryant has named
Consul Zeev Dover an honorary
citizen of the State of Florida.
Consul Dover heads the Israel
Consulate for the Southeast region
nf the United States, with offices
in Atlanta.
Appointment of Consul Dover by
Gov. Bryant followed Dover's par-
ticipation in an official tour of
I lorida as a member of a group of
foreign diplomats for the purpose
Of creating good will and stimulat-
ing overseas trade for the state.
Consul and Mrs. Dover mean-
while hosted the official Southeast
regional Independence Day recep-
tion in honor of the 14th anniver-
sary of the State of Israel at the
Consulate recently.
Memorial Day Services
Jewish War Veterans West Mi-
ami Tost 223 and Auxiliary will
hold Memorial Day Services on
Sunday, 9 a.m.. at West Miami
Town Hall, 901 SW 62nd ave.
. TODAY RomySchneid[R KarlBoehm O'Jt)
Open 6:45

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^HVIHUNUI MIAMI BUM ZSSS
OPENING CONCERT
SUNDAY EVENING, JUNE 10, AT 8:30 P.M.
FABIEN SEVITZKY
SANROMA
In Godwin's CONCERTO IN t" and "RHAPSODY IN BIUT
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Friday, June 1, 1962
Camp Judaea
Opening Season
Camp Judaea will launch its tenth
season of camping this summer
the second at its own camp site
Located six miles east of Mender-
fconville, N C in 'he Blue Ridge
Mountains. Camp Judea features
special summer experiences tor
Jewish campers.
Camp Judaea is under the sup-
ervision of George Stern, director
of the Southeastern Zionist Youth
Commission. Stern said that the
purpose of the camp is 'to provide
a unique and dynamic summer
camping program which empha-
sizes Jewish culture and tradition;
to translate into a living experience
the Zionist ideals of its sponsoring
organizations: to develop in youth
the ideals of American freedom,
community responsibility, a sensi-
tive appreciation of the peoplehood
of Jewry, a bond with the land of
I-rael. "and an understanding of
I deovlion to the great religious
and ethical precepts of Judaism."
Camp Judaea's staffers are col-
lege men and women, educators,
and group workers. Many of
them have spent from a summer
to a year in Israel. The camp has
close ties with the youth of the
State of Israel, according to
Stern.
The Brother movement Of
Young Judaea is the Tsofim
Scouts nf Israel. Part of us year-
round educational program features
Tsofim working lull-time in the
V ... Ju laea movement."
In Berger, leader of the Tsofim,
. ys an active role in the program
of Camp Judaea. Stern explained
The camp annuallj features
imming, riflery, arch-
ery, all land sports, campcraft.
and crafts and dramatics.
een a new
ndy beach, ini llion, and
counselor's lounj
Pearly Gait
by Hal Pearl
Cent. Air-Cond. I Ind. Con.
1
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MOTH ,(l
On The Occon or 20th Street
BERNARD TABBA?
Calvert Names
New Vice Pres.
By Special Report
NEW YORK Bernard Tabbat
has been promoted to the position
of executive vice president of Cal-
vert Distillers Company
Tabbat leaves his posl as West-
ern Division manager for Seagram-
Distillers Company, another unit in
the Seagram affiliated companies,
succeed Harold S. Lee, who an-
nounced his retirement from the
companj last week.
Tabbal has had broad experience
with the Seagram company sino
1946 in ke> sales and markel
executive capacities at both na-
tional and divisional levels. He has
served as national marketing di-
rector, as well as assistant to the
executive vice president of Sea-
gram-Distillers Company and.
since 1959, as Seagram Western
11 \ ision manager.
Calvert Distillers I >mi any mar-
kits Lord Calvert and Calvert Re-
serve American whiskies, and Cal-
Dry Gin.
> *O0 HfcH PERS. DA.LY
1 Dble. Occi.p.
S^50 PER DAY
N i -at.
'" MM
July
Single Occup. Aujust
- $3.Sitp*rdfl -' r M >'
Dietary Laws A Sat bath Ot>,- -ved.
Religious Serv Daily Fu': T r-ie
Mashgiach on Premises FREE;
21" TV. Radio, eacn room Sell.
Parking adjoins Ho>el Day C imp
* Nioht Patrol Chaise Li.iget
4 Mats Enlerti.rmentn.g"' ,J
many other sta- features Pri-
vate BeachAPcol Cabara,*ith
parking at reasonable rates Call
ABE GEFTER
JE 4-2141
June II Sept. X
Reserve now for the High Hoi toys.
Doily, Per Person, Double 0::.
35 ROOMS
SV to July 11'
From*Jl iH.<,giune INCLUDES 2 M- US
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DAVID ROSNERS
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HOT OWNERS
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FREE MENU & INFORMATION
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Starting Today CFriday, Way 25thJ
Kosher >1 SERVICE TO
MIAMI BEACH
HOMES
ROLLING ALONG: As you read this. Ill be well on my way to-
wards Atlantic City, taking Interstate 95. that is. most of tt already
ope:, to vehicular traffic.
It should be a lot longer than it was last year at this time, making
it a faster, safer and smoother trip for the autoist heading north.
This also will be more or less erf a sign-off column until resumed
on our return sometime in October. Intermittent columns will be
sent along, dealing with the highlights of Atlantic City and New York,
especially those of interest to the Floridiart.
That reminds me that "Miss Universe"' pageant will be the high-
light of the Miami Beach summer season, with activities from Jul) '
through July 11 at the Convention Hall.
From what we read and heard about the previous pageants, th-
Hall was far from overflowing the past two summers when the event
was held there. It'- a shame, too Because the pageant boasts the
world's mosl beautiful girls and many celebrities who come down to
see and take part in the judging of the winner-, and runners-up.
For one thing the pageant fails to draw the local folk in good num-
bers. Yet, in Atlantic City, at least 50 percent of the audienci (
pns ng the onlookers al the "Miss America" pageant in the Coi
Hall there are natives "I the seaside resort Thej an ist as <
and maybe more so. than the visitor- to see the beauties stroll the
runway for the judging
One reason why the Atlantic City natives are excited and numer-
ous jmon the pageant nights at Boardwalk Convention Hall there is
that they are made part of the activity surrounding the "Miss Amer-
ica" event.
Perhaps the lack of enthusiasm amen'- the natives in Dadi county
(for the "Miss Universe" pageant can be traced to lack ol
' of their interest in a livelj manner bj the pageant officii
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HERE, THERE AND EVERYWHERE: The magnificent G -.
| of the Fontainebleau lias been pened to the public, after thi hotel
management experimented with it as a private "k. since its
opening to date. Dean Murphy continues ..- host-managi i Ihi
supper club, with a top orchestra on hand for i
Davi Levinson. f the ] pular Hotel Algiers on tin Beach
been 1 usj in Gn..... Id Park N Y readyii
summer sei son ihead
Daniel Burack. winter resident ol Miami Beach, is
a his magnifici resort in Wi rn< r-\ ille : .
playi i -w-^ # 1\t
Gali n ;!.;.: Burai k has for th
entertainmi entertain nt f
Fosi lai e. Bea Kraft dam Larry Ston
and Los Chavales.
The resort also boasts one of tl-e finest 18ho!e pelf courses In
Pennsylvania, with tep pros on hand for insti uctions. Bowling ten-
r.;s. horseback rid;ng. swimming in pool and lake, as wen as fit-
in the n agnificert lakes, sre part of *'ie gigantic outdoor progra n
ong at Ga it- l Hall.
IDie'ory lc $ c'ly Obi*- -i
CONSTANT RAII.NICAl SUPER*.SlON
M*SHGIC" ON PRIMISCS
On the Ocean at 671* St
Miami Beach
Miami Phone UN 6-0" 21
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NATIONALLY FAMOUS... J
FOR 50 YIARS
THE FABULOUS ZEIGEft ',
KOSHER CUISINI
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, notu roci t SUMMER SPECIAL
*% C -on A Aug. 'i 2 NCLUDE! F LL 'uRSc BREAKF--- RMET n -
SPOTifSS SAMfTAR/ KITCHENS
HOT MEAL PLAN TOR ONE OR '.'ORE
home; caterers
JE 8-2058
WE ALSO SERVE MEAT & DAIRY DINNERS. JE 8-2055
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BREAKWATER HOTEL
Beautiful Air-Conditioned Hotel Rooms and Pulmanettes
at Special Summer Rates.
fE PARKING Wtl BEACH CHAIRS AND UMBRtUAS
WtlNIR ROASTS AHD PUNNID [NTtRTAINHtNT
JE 1-1134 Miami Beach
TOT
HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON
GORDON and PONT
KOSHEI CATERERS
fram hori d'oeuvrei to o complete buffet > TOT
170 N.W. 5th ST.. MIAMI PHONE FR 4-2655
Under the Supervision of the U.K.A.
OPEN HOUSE WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS RECEPTIONS'
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I'ecn there a i
\'o change tin t in I
cwell l S
srtl Court.
and th perenni
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SPORTS SCENE: -
Shore: coursi i lion after h rj
Both i rses in fim i side ring the dry -p< .1 ol thi pi si n
The members of Ihe golfing fraternitj hale io part with certain
clubs that have fell good and kip; their scores down So when the)
need repair, the heads and grips ol woods, especially, don: la\ them
aside or use them in their worn condition. Take em to Goff's golf club
service in Coral Gables. ITiey'll be reconditioned and look and feel
like new when Goff's put their expert touch to them. They refinish
the woods, remove nicks, and rescore them, even replacing the brand
name of the club just like new. They al;-o reshaft and reweight clubs
for you.
Diplomat Country Club has put summer rates in effect for the
top 18-hole course. Special summer memberships are also available,
at a big saving. Nothing like a snack in the elegant Calcutta din-
ing room before, during or after the game. Food's among the finest
in the area, and the prices most reasonable. Special catering facil-
ities for large groups are always available.
Weekend golfing holidays ;it Doral Hotel and Country Club pro
in be < big magnet in local folk. Special rates for room food .
tertainement al>o include as much goll .is you can plaj Pridaj through
Sunday at no extra char < Superb facilities awail tin
mil) at Doral.

THIS WEEK'S MOVIES-. "Onl> Two Can Pla; th<
spicy confection, starring Peter Sellers and Mai Zetterlins and a
supt-rb comedy ea Carib on the Bead This .-
choi< rs* role as a lul
rVelsh townshi) to sei His entai
Mai 2 tions
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. while R
al D< IIa Ro<
"The Children's Hour," co-starring Audrey Hepburn and Shirley
Maclain, is the weekend feature at the Normandie.
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1013 MERID.AN AVE
MIAMI BEACH
Phone: JE 10496
OPEN Alt rfAR
con p*r wfek
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2 in room
ALL ROOMS
3 KOSHER IY.EAIS DAILY
Salt & Sugar Free Diets
C.itered To
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Ownership V'gmt.
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The
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DINNER SUPPER
MIAMI
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Friday, June 1
*Jew'*#! fltiriifJian
Page 15-B
Gov. Bryant
Names Wiener
Al v CPA, uf Wiener,
< !'n and i o.. has been appointed
. G >' V irr Bryanl to ihe Gov-
ernor's Committee on Employment
I th.' li apped in Florida
i l. lirman oi the group is Eugene
p. Spellman, Miami.
i>_ meeting of the
temmittee. will be held in Miami
;i n 22 and 23, with lead-
kers lioni various parts of
i eenting talks on
Ihe ami- and problems ol the com-
pro ec -
LEGAL NOTICF
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nl "TICK IS HEREBY i ll\ EX thai
hi kIrih d, desiring li
- mi.>. i ill. i:. in loun name of
- I'AKI.H iHT i 'HARM SCI I......
S IV l.lih Street, Mi.i Kim
I Mli.l I..I II
... i r the Circuit < "mjrl of Dad*
' '..nut \. I-'I.h ill.i
EDITH ZII'P
Sole v\ ii. i
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Sinai
I. my Singer renter), president of the Royal Castle restaurant
system, receives z City oi Miami beautifi ation :ommittee
:or the Building of the Month from :hairman E. Albert
Pallot right in rererr.onies at the E Tei tel The
130th Royc: Castle at Biscayne blvd and 32th s: was c:".ed
for "unusual design and lai :.: Lei: is !o^ Smith.
architect for the restaurant chain.
UM Summer Symphony Programs Slate
Music for Wide Variety of Tastes
Temple
Has 'Gradi-ation'
Sinai Institute of Jewish Studies
I ,-aduaieil its first group of stu
dents al Temple Sinai services last
Friday evening
More than th adults were hon-
for having successfully com-
i the prescribed course of
- dies
Honored guests at the service
were faculty members and admin-
istrators: Rabbi David Shapiro,
Cantor Yehudah L Heilbraum, and
Mr and Mrs. Herbert Harari, fac-
ulty: Mrs. Arthur Scharf, registrar;
and Mrs Natalie B. Freechman,
chairman of the Institute.
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY lilVK.N 11.- t
;h.. uuileralgned, desiring i" engage in
.ii.- ii- km undei Hi. t i- T;t lour n.nii. of
. I .". HtlTK .ii H23 S \\ II
Miami, l-'l.i Intend*
i.i.n. with Hi. clerk "i iln '
111 I m.i. i .. Ill' i Klo
STEVEN WiHIHIN
tt'.M, I'KIl .1 MKIoSKI
'.i iii.a for Si 5 2.1 i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nl iTK'K l> HEREBY tll\ UN
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ai'.i.i: stfel '' -
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Wtorn. i"i I
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Miami, I ioi Mil
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LEGAL NOTICE
first time three
rs who specialize
nil George Gershwin's
: Bess rhe trio
_ tenor L tch< rson sopra-
no Lucia Hawkins am actor Avon
Loi i have appeared together at
. is! ittractions across
the country.
The French luo-pianists. the
Roman Sisters whose piano artistry
h is creati d a sensation all over
v this season, will appear
hi re a: the per- nal invitation of
composer-conductor Skitch Hen-
derson tor the Pops" season finale
Vug 12
The husband-and-wife team of
soprano Gloria Aliani and tenor
im Diard ill be the featured
..- soloists i" Franz Lehar s
Merry Widow." in concert
\ 2, a program arranged
,y Man/ Alters
LEGAL NOTICE
The L'nivers ; Miami Sum-
.i >r Symphonj irchi stra's 12th
nual "Pops season be-
s,lining June I ill 'ffer Miamians
. ten-week m mu if musical de-
uhts ranging > compositions
i- Tchaikovsk) and Strauss to
rshwin and I >:'. i
The nine guest t inductors Fa-
h.en Sevitzky. Howard Barlow.
Paul Taubman, Hugo Fiorato, Eth-
. Stark, Hai irberman, Franz
Vllers, Arthur Fiedler and Skitch
'. nderson hat cooperated with
ihe I'M Symphonj office in plan-
ning this year programs to please
tastes of all music-lovers,
will be great variety in
issical, semi classical, operatic
i.d the lighter m isical vein
A total of 13 sa"9ists will be
featured durirg He summer ser-
.es, presented every Sunday eve-
ning from June 13 to Aug 12 at
the air-conditior-ea Miami Beach
Auditorium. The artists who have
previously aoasared at the
"Pops" anc1 a'.s luring the Sym-
phony Orchesf-a 5 regular winter
season include Hta "jted pianists
jesus Maria Sa-.arna and Eu-
gene List, and 'St vcurg tenor si
the Metropolitan Opera Company,
Albert daCosta.
lhiv, local .." -- will als
rd during th n. rhe>
..1 Bate) ;n'-;; ''
es, 16-year
liams. mezz iprano. who has
cxtensivel: h 'he Greater
mu Opera G
1 \i Sun -. Symphoi
Religious School
To End Season
On Wednesday al 4 p.m., the
religious school if Hade Hei
Kill hold its fi il issembly and
stribute honor certificates and
a \anls.
The confirmation class will hold
services on Sunday, June 10. at
7 p.m.
Dade Heights Sisterhood will
hold installation of newly-elected
ifficera on Monday evening at uoi ,
nw 183rd st. Program will tea-
fire professional entertainment
refreshments.
\--ECOLN-v JUDGES COURT
s *\0 -0 OAOE COUNT'-
F OR'D* '"" DR09ATE.
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Notice to creditors
lit.. ,nd All Person* Hnv-
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notice under
fictitious name law
NOTICE IS IIKIIKUY UIVEX thai
. ii... mu. erslened. desiring to engage '"
, un,iei the flctitous name ol
iMARCO DISTRIItl'TORS 11 7-" N
lai mi intend* '" register said
Lame with Ihe rlerk of the Circuit
I-,,in 1 il I laile Count}. Kl.....la.
SIDNEY M. VVK1NTHAI.
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; 1 -K-K.-22
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 55947 C
i IN UK: 1'-' He '!
RSTIIER liOTTUIEB.
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All iTedltor* and All Person* Hav-
ing Claiin* "i- I'-inaiiils Aftalnai saw
' y,,., ..... hereby notified and re-
nulred 10 .....enl nnj claim* and de-
1 im,,,.!. l.i.h you maj have aftalnai
,l. ...,,:.. ..f KSTHER IKlTTUEH.
.1..---------1 ite of Hade County, Ptor-
,,1, th. Count} Judge* of la
! County, and file the *ame In Inolr
. in the County ourthouae in
' r>ade County, Horlda. within six al-
.11,1;. i- month* from the date ol tne
lli-xl publication here, ir Ihe -""
"ill be bane I
1.1:1 IX ; I II.Ill-
Kx. .ui.'i
VRi 1N0VITZ, SIL.VKH .v WHER
\- n, .. for K> ecutm
.. \m-i..> ituildine
M 1" 1 12. I 'ii'1 1 -..-,,,-
. I Ht COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. iN PROBATE
No 55083C
IN III! Ki ll< |>I
I 'A Rl II. ANN I '.LAN' I)
I i-i 11H. I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tii All 1 'i.-iiii.'- ..nil All l'i rwin* llav
lug I'lalm* "i Demand* Againal b'altl
i are hi n bj notll..... and re
iuire.1 I.. |>re*i nl .m> claims and ile-
ii.iii.Ih whi.-h ...ii may have aKains.1
late "i CAROL ANN l>. I.ANi'K
..... lale of SI Andi 1 ". Jamai-
, .,. IV'l'Hl Inilli -. I" tin
'uuiiij and file the *a..... In
[duplicate anil as provided In Section
Kim Ida Statute* theli ol -
flee* in the Count} Courthouse In
i ..I,:- "..nut>. Klorlda, within *i
en.lai month* fi-oin ihe time of the
firsl publication hereof, or Ihe same
will I..- barred.
I in ted 111 Miami, Florida, Ihl* 22nd
da} "i M iv. A 1' 19G2.
S JOHN I" I.ANi'K
A* Exei nl"
1 l-'ir.-i |iublicatin of this noi
Ihe -'"Hi da} "i May, ISS2
HKRKKRT K. KAl'FMAX
Al i"i 11.;. for Executor
lul'onl I'-l'lu Miami, Ha
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni.Tli'i: IS HIVES '
II
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11A ll\
Mi 1 :. Florli
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a I-101
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URN V.MIN I SHI'I.MAS
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS III.I.Ki'.i lilVES
: he uii'l- -1 --_ 11 -. 1 il< ii -

M MSC.LAZi: IM'l STRIKS al
,,., U I'll ill' 'Il I "I I'"
i.f I lade 'ount> EI01 id 1
M. /.ll'I'AKI"
\l;Till l: OYVYNN
Sol. 1 '\\ m 1
l.i:i iSARI' KIMUALL
\n,,i 1 e} foi Vpidii ants
;."1 N 1:. I2.'.th si No Mian 1
j 18-23, 'l '.-?
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 56080 A
' IN RE: Estate uf
Si 'I'll It: WYSI IP< 'LAN.
I leceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All I'ernon* Hav-
ing claim* Demand* Against Bald
Estate:
v0 1 are hereb} notified and re-
quired i" present any claim* and de-
mand* which you may have agii nsl
the .1-1.1: of SOPHIE WYSOP01.AN
de. eased lale of DADE County, Flor-
ida, to the County Julge* ..f Dade
ly, and file the aame in duplicate
and as provided in Section "33.16,
Florida Statutes, In their office* in
the County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, "iiliin alx calendar month*
from Hi-- time of the first publication
hereof, the game "ill I- barred.
Dated al Miami, Florida, ilii- 24th
day of May, A.D. 1962
HELEN ZYMAI.SNI
A* Executi ix
JOHN MAZl'REK
Altorne} for Executi ly
219 S.-. in Ity I'mi.-i Bldg .
Miami 32, l-l.-ri'la
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Or
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 4767
' MAROARET I I" iNAHUE,
Plaint
LAWRENCE A DONAHUE,
1', fendant,
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
in LAWRENCE A DONAHUE
Box 66
Kliian. Pennsylvania
YOC LAWRENCK A 1" "NAHI t.
.,,. I,, ) nol fb 0 thai a Bill "I Com-
plain) foi Divorce ha* .....n liled
against ^f". and you an ''!.....>' w
serve .< cop} of youi Answer or Plead-
ing to the Rill "f Comptalnt the
plaintiff* attorney, Charles M.Kell},
i'."', East in. Avenue, Hlaloah, hlorida
Bnd file the original Answer or Plead-
ing In the offl.....r the Ctork of the
rii, uii Court "ii or before tin mn aaj
ol .im, ;:.. li you fall i" do .-", j'i^-
in. in bj default "ill be taken against
Vou for th. n II. 1 d. manded >n the BUI
0 TMiT'notici shall i" publiahed one*
eBCh week for foui consecutive weaka
i THE JEW l.-H FLOR1D1AN.
DONE A-N" ORDERED at Miami,
Florida Ihl* 2nd das "i May, A i> i"-
E It LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
,.,.,11 By: M CAVALAR1S,
1.. putj Clerk
Attorney lor Plaintiff m
MOTICE BY PUBLICATION
No 620 5724
- COHEN
C.RA L '' 'HEN
JJUIT FOR DIVORCE
|t< >: (JRACE COHEN (
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE C.RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
" FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 60C 10420
|,| CII.LE M VNNINii,
IM11I1
PAUL EDW \RD MANNINO.
Defi __,-
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: PAUL EDW VRD MANNINO
VdiliVNs: I'NKNi >WN
V I'AII. EDWARD MANXINU.
,... I......b} notified that a UH
,,,,. .. Dhorci I"- been file
; ;,.i you are required
, ,., .,1 ,,.ri Answer or I lead-
.; ,/, C.m..jlalni on the
Plnlntiri ittorn. y. TOBl.V 1. I n
1 vi \l' (N '! niii.-in 'l National
..*' "' "'-= "lami a. F'-;'' ;;;;'
[".{^.n^vvtfir^eS^dd^
,f luie I92 If sou fall to do so,
V,dgm"et b} defaull will be_ taken
igninsl >ou for the relicl .1"'....."'"
,.,,. k for I'..... consecutive weeks
,' THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN.
"I,.:^V: AND DltDERED at Miami,
Hoi-Ida, this isth dn> ol May, A D
1902 i- r. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Deput} Clerk
1-..IIN RI'RIN o! SALMON
roi'lndustn." National Bank Hldg.
Miami 32. Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff .
notice by publication
in the Circuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit of
florida in and for dade
county. in chancery.
No. 62C 3767
1.i:\yis W BROW N
Plaintiff.
DOROTHY MKSSINOER BRoW S
1 >. 1.11.1.1 nl
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I'......K.'TIIY MESSIXUER BROWN |
12! E Farming Str. el
Marlon. 'lii"
Vou. DOROTHY M K SSINO K II
Bill iWX, an I" b> notifb il thai
Hill ,,| 1 'omplalnl for I >l> ore. ha*
i .,, ; i -1 you. and you ar<
. ,1 in serv. cop} "I your An-
.v>.., ,., I'l-a.llnu i" lh. Bill of C.....-
plain! "ii ihe PlalnUff* '
MILLER .v RUKSEI/t, T> I
liiiildiiiH M .'"! :;'-'- 'ol Ida, ami fil
il......iginal An.-"'' ". Pleading In
. rice "I the "I. rk ol the Circuit
Court "ii or before lh. 2n.l da} ol
.lulv. ::.;: 11 you f.' 1 i" do -
inciil b} defaull will I" lak. n
,,.,, ... thi li mi ii'i'.i In the
Bill of Complaint
This notli shall 1.....Ilshe.l ..nci
,.,, I, ivei k foi foui consei utlv. ek*
, THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE VXD ORDERED al Miami,
j Klorlda, this 25th da} of May, \ D
I-: 1: LEATHERMAN", Cl< rk.
Clrcuil Court, Dade County, Florida
,>,.,H B} K M LYMAN,
Deput} Clerk
, MILLER .v RUSSELL
7n Ainsle) Building
Miami :-'. Fla f R -"!
Aii.,i ii.... for Plaintlfl ........
6 l-S-l-i-22
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY,
NO. 61C 10311
WILLIAM MARSHALL
Plaintiff,
l.l'i'Y RUTH MARSHALL,
Defendant. ____
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO LUCY RUTH MARSHALL
va.li'. r-s l'iikii"\vii _
Vou LUCY RUTH MARSHAL]
notified thai a BlU of C
plalnl fi Divorce has been
.talnst yoi and you an ri Hred
.. n- eooi v "wei or Plead-
Ini ." Bill ol ''W;''n ;'
..,. ..I'.iiuii'i"- Attorney, n.'I.-ma->
'reENE P V Box S2. Miami Beach
. 1 1,,11,1., ..ii.1 file 1!" original An-
.. '::" Pleading ... the office
, | ., circuit ouri on or oe-
, nth da} -I June. 1".'-(,
ou fall ." '!" s. Judgment b} default
will b. lak. vou for the re-
1 demanded In the Bill "I Complaint.
in \ VND ORDERED al Miami.
,';,: ',11 .lav of May. A.D 1962.
I: .EATHERMAN. Clerk.
,-.,.i, court, Dade County, Florida
"'......' ^Tj^'nelsox
Deput} Clerk
m iRM VN C.REEXE
;,i vVashington Avi nue
1 1' Box '-
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Men's Club Sets
Annual Election
Beth David Con$reaation Men's
Club will hold its annual election
neetiBg on Tuesday night in the
Social Hall. .
Nominating omtnittee, heaaea
Henry l). Rosengarten, will pre-
- it the slate ol iKi "- and board
-. "lihers for th insuing year.
the nomiHting committee in-
cludes Morris Atkins, Sol Dresnick,
' k Jacobson. Sam Ostrow-k>. and
iiie Z. Spir.^arn.
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' '".""..'.'.', ",. .. fall U. 'I-
''"'' "" ', .. If V 1 rail I"
Deputj Clerk
RONALD n LEV) Eaq.
11 N E lSrd Kli ee
, Plaintlfl .
,N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
lN,N AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 53440-A
IN ELIZABETH HORSODY.
f|1^r Vl'nal ReUrt and Petition
i.m Dlatributlon and Final Dlnarge
,. Execul.....I the eaUMa of E
,.., it. "i the ....... -i'..'.""i deiein
""^"t^i'l^iiTn^n:!:
noldman, Ooldateln < Paoalw
Vttorne) -
w..-i Flnttler Street
Miami. I"." I '
j-is-sa
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 5247
FA YE E. UAINEY,
Plaintiff,
JAMES C.'OAINBT,
11. femlaul
NOTICE TO DEFEND
*ii 1 JameH I' Qa Ine}
1 1 Boulevard Road
Sllinter, South Cal "li"..
nil \Ui: HEREBY NOTIFIED ml
, 1,,n uf i-.implainl I.a- h. en ill. n
maliiHl rou and you an
.., s......|.> "I > ...11 ....> I "II.-I
pleading* .thcjjto ,"!';;"
.t'.iiuiii' attorney, El tlENK I KM
j ,* II "i Sevbold Building Miami
I |<|a an.1 file >l" original lh. ieol
offlci of the Clerk of Ihe 1 ir-
,. ,,, on or befor. lh. 1Mb day
.1 1 mu. 1962. "i > decree 1........"-
if------ will be entered agalnat >"" ,
i,x pRp thle 14th da} ol May, l'i...
K r. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
,.,;,,, By HELEN KB88LER
Deput, .l..,k_ 18_25J/l.|
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
,, -tmc riBCUIT COURT OF THU
INELEV%NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 62C 5051
WILLIAM I. I.AMBER. I,
Plaintiff.
HELEN1"] LAMBERTI,
''SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO HELEX^G. LAMBBRfl
"W? PILrcc1 ha..B,'beSn *Bi
el .Men- eywas
Jh week I'" foui c.naecutlvc weekg
Hlfe^^WMiamL
Circuit Court, Dad. County. Florida
"'"""';;^"k'm' lyman
1 ii put. Clerk
\ni-,i:i... A. AL1
100 Alnah v Building
Miami '-'. I I",";1'.
Vttorney foi Plaintiff ./u.,g.s


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Friday, June 1 *Jew'*#! fltiriifJian Page 15-B Gov. Bryant Names Wiener Al v CPA, uf Wiener, • < !'n and i o.. has been appointed G >' V irr Bryanl to ihe Governor's Committee on Employment %  I th.' li apped in Florida i l. lirman oi the group is Eugene p. Spellman, Miami. i > ••_ meeting of the temmittee. will be held in Miami ; i n '• • %  22 and 23, with leadkers lioni various parts of %  %  i eenting talks on Ihe amiand problems ol the compro ec LEGAL NOTICF LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Nl "TICK IS HEREBY i ll\ EX thai HI KIRIH d, desiring li mi.>. i ill. i:. in loun name of I'AKI.H iHT i 'HARM SCI I S IV l.lih Street, Mi. i Kim • I Mli.l I..I II • ... i r the Circuit < "mjrl of Dad* '..nut \. I-'I.H ill. i EDITH ZII'P Sole v\ ii. i !."., li l-S Sinai I. my Singer renter), president of the Royal Castle restaurant system, receives z City oi Miami beautifi ation :ommittee :or the Building of the Month from :hairman E. Albert Pallot right in rererr.onies at the E Tei tel The 130th Royc: Castle at Biscayne blvd and 32th s: was c:".ed for "unusual design and lai :.: Lei: is !o^ Smith. architect for the restaurant chain. UM Summer Symphony Programs Slate Music for Wide Variety of Tastes Temple Has 'Gradi-ation' Sinai Institute of Jewish Studies I ,-aduaieil its first group of stu dents al Temple Sinai services last Friday evening More than TH adults were honfor having successfully comi the prescribed course of % %  dies Honored guests at the service were faculty members and administrators: Rabbi David Shapiro, Cantor Yehudah L Heilbraum, and Mr and Mrs. Herbert Harari, faculty: Mrs. Arthur Scharf, registrar; and Mrs Natalie B. Freechman, chairman of the Institute. NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY lilVK.N 1 1.%  t ;h.. uuileralgned, desiring i" engage in .ii.iiKM undei Hi. t i T;t lour n.nii. of %  I .•". HtlTK .ii H23 S \\ II Miami, l-'l.i Intend* •i.i.n. with Hi. clerk "i iln 111 I M.I. i .. Ill' i Klo STEVEN WiHIHIN tt'.M, I'KIl .1 MKIoSKI '.i %  • %  III.A for SI HEREBY tll\ UN i AI'.I.I: STFEL %  '• in'%  %  % %  : I Null MAN I III. I. H %  i Wtorn. i"i I \-. i Irr Si Miami, I IOI Mil LEGAL NOTICE first time three rs who specialize nil George Gershwin's : Bess • rhe trio tenor L tch< rson soprano Lucia Hawkins am actor Avon Loi i — have appeared together at is! ittractions across the country. The French luo-pianists. the Roman Sisters whose piano artistry h is creati d a sensation all over v this season, will appear hi re a: the pernal invitation of composer-conductor Skitch Henderson tor the Pops" season finale Vug 12 The husband-and-wife team of soprano Gloria Aliani and tenor im Diard %  ill be the featured ..soloists i" Franz Lehar s Merry Widow." in concert • \ 2, a program arranged y Man/ Alters LEGAL NOTICE The L'nivers ; Miami Sum.i >r Symphonj irchi stra's 12th nual "Pops %  season bes ,lining June I ill 'ffer Miamians ten-week m mu if musical deuhts ranging > % %  • compositions iTchaikovsk) and Strauss to rshwin and %  I > %  :'. i The nine guest t inductors — Fah.en Sevitzky. Howard Barlow. Paul Taubman, Hugo Fiorato, Eth. Stark, Hai irberman, Franz Vllers, Arthur Fiedler and Skitch •'. nderson — hat •• cooperated with ihe I'M Symphonj office in planning this year programs to please tastes of all music-lovers, will be great variety in issical, semi classical, operatic i.d the lighter m isical vein A total of 13 sa"9ists will be featured durirg He summer ser.es, presented every Sunday evening from June 13 to Aug 12 at the air-conditior-ea Miami Beach Auditorium. The artists who have previously aoasared at the "Pops" anc 1 a'.s luring the Symphony Orchesf-a 5 regular winter season include Hta "jted pianists jesus Maria Sa-.arna and Eugene List, and 'St vcurg tenor si the Metropolitan Opera Company, Albert daCosta. lhiv, local .." •-•will als rd during th • %  n. rhe> %  ..1 Bate) ;n ';; '• %  %  es, 16-year liams. mezz % %  iprano. who has cxtensivel: h 'he Greater mu Opera G 1 \i Sun -. Symphoi • Religious School To End Season On Wednesday al 4 p.m., the religious school if Hade Hei Kill hold its fi il issembly and %  stribute honor certificates and a \anls. The confirmation class will hold services on Sunday, June 10. at 7 p.m. Dade Heights Sisterhood will hold installation of newly-elected ifficera on Monday evening at uoi NW 183rd st. Program will teafire professional entertainment refreshments. \--ECOLN-v JUDGES COURT s *\0 -0 OAOE COUNT'F OR'D* '"" D R09ATE. \i ;s-:i c -. %  NOTICE T O CREDITORS lit.. ,nd All Person* Hnv. %  .-.. I %  .1 ."I !it :n 1 VMKS % %  %  %  ti ... M .. .,.. II 1 -' M t l-S-ir.-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIKIIKUY UIVEX thai ii... MU. erslened. desiring to engage '" ,„ un ,iei the flctitous name ol iMARCO DISTRIItl'TORS 11 7-" N lai %  mi • intend* '" register said Lame with Ihe rlerk of the Circuit I-,,in 1 il I laile Count}. Kl la. SIDNEY M. VVK1NTHAI. :.. • HI [i.i •; 1 -K-K.-22 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 55947 C i IN UK: 1'-' He •'! RSTIIER liOTTUIEB. 1 .,-, ...;i-.'.| NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All iTedltor* and All Person* Having Claiin* "iI'-inaiiils Aftalnai saw y,, ., hereby notified and renulred 10 enl nnj claim* and de1 im,,,.!. l.i.h you maj have aftalnai ,l„. ...,,:.. ..f KSTHER IKlTTUEH. .1.. 1 ite of Hade County, Ptor,,1, th. Count} Judge* of la County, and file the *ame In Inolr in the County ourthouae in r>ade County, Horlda. within six • al.11,1;. imonth* from the date ol tne lli-xl publication here, ir Ihe -""•• "ill be bane I 1.1:1 IX %  ;• • I II. IllKx. .ui.'i VRi 1N0VITZ, SIL.VKH .v WHER \• • n, .. for K> ecutm .. \m-i..> ituildine M 1" 1 12. I %  •ii' 1 1 -..-,,,. •. I Ht COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. iN PROBATE No 55083C IN III! Ki ll< |>I I 'A Rl II. ANN I '.LAN' I) I i-i 11H. I NOTICE TO CREDITORS TII All 1 'i.-iiii.'..nil All l'i rwin* llav lug I'lalm* "i Demand* Againal b'altl •i are hi n bj notll and re %  iuire.1 I.. |>re*i nl .m> claims and ileII.III.IH whi.-h ...ii may have aKains.1 late "i CAROL ANN l>. I.ANi'K lale of SI Andi 1 ". Jamai, .,. IV'l'Hl Inilli -. I" tin %  • %  'UUIIIJ and file the *a In [duplicate anil as provided In Section Kim Ida Statute* theli ol flee* in the Count} Courthouse In i ..I,:". .nut >. Klorlda, within *i en.lai month* fi-oin ihe time of the firsl publication hereof, or Ihe same will I..barred. I in ted 111 Miami, Florida, Ihl* 22nd da} "i M iv. A 1' 19G2. S JOHN I" I.ANi'K A* Exei nl" 1 l-'ir.-i |iublicatin of this noi Ihe -'"Hi da} "i May, ISS2 HKRKKRT K. KAl'FMAX Al i"i 11.;. for Executor • %  lul'onl I'-l'lu Miami, Ha NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni.Tli'i: IS HIVES II ...... mi 11A ll\ Mi %  1 %  :. • Florli Ida 11 : % %  % %  n.i.ix.s w KM a I-101 I: URN V.MIN I SHI'I.MAS I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS III.I.Ki'.i lilVES : he uii'l' -1 --_ 11 -. 1 il< ii • %  %  M MSC.LAZi: IM'l STRIKS al ,,., U I'll ill' 'Il I "I I'" i.f I lade 'ount> EI01 id 1 M. /.ll'I'AKI" \l; Till l: OYVYNN Sol. 1 '\\ m 1 l.i:i iSARI KIMUALL \n,,i 1 e} foi Vpidii ants ;."1 N 1:. I2.'.th si No Mian 1 j 18-23, 'l '. -? IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 56080 A IN RE: Estate uf Si 'I'll It: WYSI IP< 'LAN. I leceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* and All I'ernon* Having claim* •! Demand* Against Bald Estate: v 0 1 are hereb} notified and required i" present any claim* and demand* which you may have agii nsl the .1-1.1: of SOPHIE WYSOP01.AN de. eased lale of DADE County, Florida, to the County Julge* ..f Dade ly, and file the aame in duplicate and as provided in Section "33.16, Florida Statutes, In their office* in the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, "iiliin alx calendar month* from Hi-time of the first publication hereof, ••! the game "ill Ibarred. Dated al Miami, Florida, ilii24th day of May, A.D. 1962 HELEN ZYMAI.SNI A* Executi ix JOHN MAZl'REK Altorne} for Executi ly 219 S.-. in Ity I'MI.-I Bldg Miami 32, l-l.-ri'la NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Or FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 4767 MAROARET I I" iNAHUE, Plaint LAWRENCE A DONAHUE, 1', fendant, SUIT FOR DIVORCE in LAWRENCE A DONAHUE Box 66 Kliian. Pennsylvania YOC LAWRENCK A 1" "NAHI t. .,,. I,, ) nol fb 0 thai a Bill "I Complain) foi Divorce ha* n liled against ^f". and you an '•'! >' w serve .< cop} of youi Answer or Pleading to the Rill "f Comptalnt the plaintiff* attorney, Charles M.Kell}, i'."', East in. Avenue, Hlaloah, hlorida B nd file the original Answer or Pleading In the offl r the Ctork of the rii, uii Court "ii or before tin mn aaj ol .im, ;:••.. li you fall i" do .-", j'i^in. in bj default "ill be taken against V ou for th. n II. 1 d. manded >n the BUI 0 TMiT'notici shall i" publiahed one* eBC h week for foui consecutive weaka i„ THE JEW l.-H FLOR1D1AN. DONE AN ORDERED at Miami, Florida Ihl* 2nd das "i May, A i> i"E It LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida ,.,.,11 By: M CAVALAR1S, 1.. putj Clerk Attorney lor Plaintiff m MOTICE BY PUBLICATION No 620 5724 COHEN C.RA L '' 'HEN %  JJUIT FOR DIVORCE |T< >: (JRACE COHEN ( NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE C.RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 60C 10420 |,| CII.LE M VNNINii, IM11I1 PAUL EDW \RD MANNINO. Defi __„,SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: PAUL EDW VRD MANNINO VdiliVNs: I'NKNi >WN V„„ I'AII. EDWARD MANXINU. ,... I b} notified that a UH •• ,,,,. .. Dhorci I"been file ; ; ,„.i you are required ,.„,„ .,1 ,,.ri Answer or I lead.; ,„/,„„ ,„ C.m..jlalni on the Plnlntiri ittorn. y. TOBl.V 1. I N 1 vi \l' (N •'! niii.-in 'l National ..*' %  %  %  "•' %  •-= "lami a. F'-; %  %  • ;;;; %  [".{^.n^vvtfir^eS^dd^ ,f luie I92 If sou fall to do so, V,dgm" e „t b} defaull will be_ taken igninsl >ou for the relicl .1"' "'•" ,.,,. k for I' consecutive weeks ,' THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN. I ,.:^V: AND DltDERED at Miami, Hoi-Ida, this isth dn> ol May, A D 1902 ir. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Deput} Clerk %  1-..IIN RI'RIN o! SALMON roi'lndustn." National Bank Hldg. Miami 32. Florida Attorneys for Plaintiff NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 3767 1. I:\YIS W BROW N Plaintiff. DOROTHY MKSSINOER BRoW S 1 >. 1.11.1.1 nl SUIT FOR DIVORCE I' K.'TIIY MESSIXUER BROWN | 12! E Farming Str. el Marlon. %  'lii" Vou. DOROTHY M K SSINO K II Bill iWX, an I" b> notifb il thai % %  Hill ,,| 1 'omplalnl for I >l> ore. ha* i„ .,, ; i -1 you. and you ar< ,1 in serv. %  • %  cop} "I your An.v>.., ,., I'l-a.llnu i" lh. Bill of C plain! "ii ihe PlalnUff* %  •' MILLER .v RUKSEI/t, T> I liiiildiiiH M .'" :; '-'' 'ol Ida, ami fil il iginal An.-"'' ". Pleading In rice "I the "I. rk ol the Circuit Court "ii or before lh. 2n.l da} ol .lulv ::•.;:• 11 you f.' 1 i" do inciil b} defaull will I" lak. n ,,.,, ... thi li • "• mi ii'i'.i In the Bill of Complaint This notli • shall %  1 Ilshe.l ..nci ,.,, I, ivei k foi foui consei utlv. • ek* ,„ THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN DONE VXD ORDERED al Miami, j Klorlda, this 25th da} of May, \ D I-: 1: LEATHERMAN", Cl< rk. Clrcuil Court, Dade County, Florida ,>,.,H B} K M LYMAN, Deput} Clerk MILLER .v RUSSELL 7n Ainsle) Building Miami :-'. Fla f R -"! Aii.,i II. ... for Plaintlfl 6 l-S-l-i-22 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY, NO. 61C 10311 WILLIAM MARSHALL Plaintiff, l.l'i'Y RUTH MARSHALL, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO LUCY RUTH MARSHALL va.li'. r-s l'iikii"\vii Vou LUCY RUTH MARSHAL] notified thai a BlU of C plalnl fi Divorce has been .talnst yoi and you an ri Hred .. n, eooi v "wei or PleadIni ." %  Bill ol %  % %  'W;'' n ;' ..,. ..I'.iiuii'i"Attorney, N.'I.-MA-> 'REENE P V Box S2. Miami Beach •. 1 1, ,11,1., ..ii.1 file 1!" original An.. '::" Pleading ... the office „ „| •., circuit ouri on or oe,„ nth da} -I June. 1 ".'( „, ou fall ." '!" s. Judgment b} default will b. lak. vou for the re1 demanded In the Bill "I Complaint. in \ •' VND ORDERED al Miami. ,'•„;,: ',11 .lav of May. A.D 1962. I: .EATHERMAN. Clerk. ,-„.,.„i, court, Dade County, Florida "' ^TJ^'NELSOX Deput} Clerk M iRM VN C.REEXE %  ;,i vVashington Avi nue 1 1' Box '• %  ii.... l, :•,'.• Florida (,., Plaintlfl u.ig.25-1 I ... \ ., |>} Men's Club Sets Annual Election Beth David Con$reaation Men's Club will hold its annual election neetiBg on Tuesday night in the Social Hall. Nominating •omtnittee, heaaea Henry l). Rosengarten, will preit the slate ol iKi "and board -. "lihers for th insuing year. the nomiHting committee includes Morris Atkins, Sol Dresnick, K Jacobson. Sam Ostrow-k>. and iiie Z. Spir.^arn. .-Si "-•' "rj':r* n:'S' '".""..'.'.', ",. .. fall U. 'I''"'' "" ', .. If V 1 rail %  I" Deputj Clerk RONALD n LEV) Eaq. 11 N E lSrd Kli ee Plaintlfl ,N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT lN ,N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 53440-A IN ELIZABETH HORSODY. f|1 ^r Vl'nal ReUrt and Petition I.M Dlatributlon and Final Dlnarge ,. Execul I the eaUMa of E ,.., it. "i the %  -i'..'.""i deiein •""^"t^i'l^iiTn^n:!: noldman, Ooldateln %  < Paoalw Vttorne) w..-i Flnttler Street Miami. I"." I j-is-sa IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 5247 FA YE E. UAINEY, Plaintiff, JAMES C.'OAINBT, 1 1. femlaul NOTICE TO DEFEND *ii 1 JameH I' Qa Ine} 1 • % %  _• 1 Boulevard Road Sllinter, South Cal "li".. nil \Ui: HEREBY NOTIFIED ml 1,,n uf i-.implainl I.ah. en ill. n maliiHl rou and you an .., s |.> "I > ...11 ....>• I % %  "II.-I pleading* .thcjjto ,"!';;" •.t'.iiuiii' attorney, El tlENK I KM j ,* II "i Sevbold Building Miami I „, |<|a an.1 file >l" original lh. ieol offlci of the Clerk of Ihe 1 ir,.„„ ,•„,„, on or befor. lh. 1Mb day .1 1 MU. 1962. "i %  > decree 1 "if will be entered agalnat >"" i, x pRp thle 14th da} ol May, l'i... K r. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida ,.,;,,, By HELEN KB88LER Deput, .l..,k_ 18 25J/l | NOTICE OF PUBLICATION ,„, -TMC riBCUIT COURT OF THU IN E LEV%NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 62C 5051 WILLIAM I. I.AMBER. I, Plaintiff. HELEN 1 "] LAMBERTI, ''SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO HELEX^G. LAMBBRfl "W? PILrcc 1 h a .. B, 'beSn *Bi el .Meneywas Jh week I'" foui c.naecutlvc weekg Hlfe^^WMiamL Circuit Court, Dad. County. Florida %  '"""';;^"K'M' LYMAN 1 ii put. Clerk \NI-,I:I... A. AL1 100 Alnah v Building Miami '-'. I I","; 1 '. „ Vttorney foi Plaintiff /u .,g. s



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Friday June 1. 1962 fJewlsti fhrMlaw Page 5-A LETTER TO THE EDITOR Reader Feels Reply is Inadequate EOITC^, The Jewish Floridian: j c ve caught the letter \riuro di Fiuppi in your May 2."> m> reaction was v .. Opera Guild wont hold. Balk at the Suri Club! ce By my optimism : %  i ling (he letter lippi saj nothing of the o show ;i en hai 11| rtialitj bj II I h t< i tpera Guild I %  h il di | ttcr si rve? %  %  pi else i an we • app ni In ma % %  : itj "i ei • h i com ribute I its Me I IVI re a! > members of the B I'M C!ul, and the k i .ul)." Hf -plies with a certain relish ",• there are Jews who are perfectly satisfied to hold the Guile functions at segregated ciub Unfortunately there re such although not too many. Some eve- take refuge under camc'laged names and creeds whicr hey hape might conceal their aentity. I :ter states that the Opera (, !d its 1J59 and 1960 Balls oiitainebleau. But Dr. di 1 fails to mention that the took place at the Surf I \ ul this happened after a issiOfl with leaders of the ..mation League. Further•• holds out no promise that the Opera Guild functions will no lot ,r be held in clubs with anti& ll policies. 1' Filippi has no reason to • for anything. I and a rnber of people will not atuigle performance until the -.aid of Greater Miami ashe public that neither Us I other affairs will ever be he wants to live a dangerous life i nd wants to take risks with Jew i.-h lives He believes in granting complete freedom for preaching the extermination of American Jewrj and he expects thai American Jcwrj sho ild be convinced that it is in their best interest to eel the freedom of speech ol pn spectivc exterminators 1 1 | course, he also believe"in encies v> hich will It i nee vabli ther Nui i ill be held -'. .un. I, who witr.esse.' the annihilation of European Jewry, and went through ail the stages of Nazi anti-Semitism, can only feel a profound sadness. Mr. Schary and others of his dangerous persuasion impose themselves on American Jewry, thus in effect leading them to the crematoria, while telling them that this is Americanism. These people don't want to learn anything from the catastrophe that befell the Jews of Europe. They do their best to protect the Rockwells, Smiths, Welches, etc. and so practically assist these fanatics toward their goal. Mr Scl the American Civil Liberties I on and other organizations oi kit l jusl don't want l we can not taki sks with and plaj I Thej h i\ ed how are Mi nee aims to v. e al must %  • • m i t trage ii their n is assured—as Mr. Schary would havi In Europe, there were similar naive leader-, who relied on the guarantees of the Weimar, Hungar ian, and Polish constitutions. Their laws were democratic and explicit but the unbelievable happened. Ask the Six Million sainted ones If the same tragedy befalls the American six million, whom are we to blame? Certainly, the leaders of these organizations wno refuse to take the menace seriously. Their responsibility is great, and if they won't or are unable to handle the problem properly, they should resign MAURICE GOLDRING Miami Beach EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: Although 1 cannot -peak for the B'nai B'rith, I would like to -th it ;. ir editi rial on : nsideral in the iperl icia I -luy it attempts -' B'nai B'rith q ti in, "V\ hal is The answer to this q tion 1 i evi beei given univerto ti'.'' Jew himself, and I doubt your definition ol B'nai B'rith president, Label Kat?. in termil traditionalist identification, whatever that means. In a speech to the Zionist Or. ganiiation of America, Mr. Kati I stated: ". neither you nor I are obligated by our Jewishness to do anything about it—except that which our own fr*e will dictates." I view this expression a.one which represents Judaism, not aa dogmatic way of life, but as i xpression ot the high kind of freeHowever, thv fundarr.i % %  and the reformerha v...: [or ages, and it is p intless I mpt to settle thi What I -' riously qui i m the editorial i which reflects >n B nth. Thv terms "traditional Ji %  (iologic Ji are ou1 in an editorial sucl lich :-. I presume, -" mpting nion oi Thi %  is'n Fl ridian tainly your papt I rate approach ash community in Miami the several thousand B'nai B m< mbers, JERRY CARVER Opa-Locka %  any place that discriminnst many of its own memHARRY SIMONHOFF Miami EOITCR, The Jewish Floridian: ... u ith ureat dismay the tecicle in the series by Oorc 1 hope that his views re the defense of Jewish life rights are not those of The Floridian. It is regrettable -..V.1C that a man with such news .s mentioned as the next ssibli chairman of the Anti-Detion League of B'nai B'rith. 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-::re 6-3 *Jtni§t nt Sunday evening. Serving with him will be Steven Kravitz, Susan Gluck. Ellen Krav11/ and Ted Kloth, vice pi n %  odins. a Bonnie tary, Gilda Abramowitz: ai I I > His Kornov. The Beth Toi ed Syi sue Youth ii ith thi %  and ; %  \ group n I f it %  Sumni( r acth ities weeklj d • • %  si hool Sandy A a advisor to the gr WOULD YOU LIKE YOUR CHILDREN S OR GRANDCHILDREN'S EDUCATION PARTIALLY PAID BY TAX SAVINGS? Write I. C. c o Jewish Florid.an, Bo 2"T3. Main Poitoffice. Miami Local Workmen's Branches Have Triple insialiaticn Ceremonies at Algiers Koh stein; and Mesdames Abraham Barkan, chairman, Minnie Barkan happy thought fund; and Max S. Newberger, corresponding secretary. Not in photograph are Mesdames Peter Duchon, second vice president; Harry Hart, third vice president; Samuel A. Cohen, treasurer; Benjamin Sokoloff, guardian; Art Coulton, luncheon co-chairman; Herman J. Sherman, program chairman; and B. Schucart, social secretary. Circh A ,i in • Sunday : the Algiers • Hendrick J B< n rnalist and : x v .-ill preside • Mrs Abraham H liduck will inU the I v, : .. % %  so chairman, Mrs : la Posl n e chairman, Mas Landow final Harry Schuldiner; recor ing secretary, Mrs S im .r issman; correspon : i se< n iarj. Mr-. Harrj Schuldner; treasurer Mrs. Harry Mrs. Herbert Gold Miami Beach Brai 1059 chairman. Fred Auerbach; fir-t vice chairman. Max Gre second vi chairman, Murra> Gold; financial secretaryL u Jayson Mrs Max Greenberg; soc: iry, MrH rry Mi \ rth D le Brai ch I *l chair:an i harli s Seme rii e chairfinancial Robert ii-. i secretary. Rubin Chyat; tr Cal Kramer; retarj Mrs Bernard Shapu The "Mi i s Aw ard" pre-, | • thi nati inal i • vention in Atlantic City. N'.J, amin R. Stickney, representi ti e I nited Stales Inform.. tgencj *ill be display! in the Boo\ B> ikshelf pi of the 1 to-peopli f the W irkmens Cin %  re than I ks I evelop iter Miami bran< locally. Harrj Shul Iner is in ch.ir_ n -i r\ ati w Westbrooke Clubs Elect Several intra-club groups at irooke Country Club have elected 1962-63 officerthis past week Westbrooke Senior Social Club officers are president. Gertrude Kapralik; vice president. Esther Gordon; secretary, Belle Salzberg; tieasurer, David GuldbWestbrooke Junior League are president. Jack Meyer: Judy Huglia and Tom Flannery. vice presijay Warshaw, secretary. Cromwell Readied For Summer Abe Gefter'S new kosher Cron well hotel on the oceanfront at 2 rated, refurnished refurbished, is ready for the t ing summer season. Situated a few blocks from I coin Mall, the Cromwell Iunde: the personal supervision of Gefter who has specialized in year-muni ration of kosher hotels in Klorsince 1945 The Cromwell is known for fooi o| high quality, with dietary law and the Sabbath observed un ler I supervision of the orthodox Vaa Hakashruth of Florida. Wh< ribed by a guest's physician special diets will be served. 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Page 6-A knist fk-rSii.nr -Friday. lune I Host. S Shapiro. Jacob K Sh • % %  William D. \ Wien, Dr 11 %  ms and Mitchell u fson In addition, Xaver Federmann, Israels leading industrialist, who is assocaited with the "Miami Group" in their Israel enterprses, flew here from Israel to participate. A hiehlichl "i the evening was a colorful ceremony conducted bj Dr. Irving Li'hrman. spirit: : Temple Emanu-El, i .14th anniversar) ig ol 14 commen i andles. Taking pan In this cen were Si inej D Ansrn, %  Bernstein, Joseph Cohen. \ Fme. Ben Frankenstein, A. J \i, l.-i-ky. Fmil Morton. Jacob Sam ll Host. Raymond Loui Rudnick. Harry Silver i7 Sirkin. Fred Somerste old Thurman and Max \\. Principal figures at a State of Israel dinner of tribue are (from left) Sam Blank. Samuel Friedland. Gen. Ezer Weizmann. Max Orovitz, Dan B. Ruskin and Xaver Federmann. Blank, Friedland. Orovitz and Ruskin were honored at the dinner sponsored by Israel Bonds last Sunday n ; ght at the Diplomat hotel. Gen. Weizmann was guest speaker, and Federmann. Israeli associate of the Miamians. came here especially to take part in the festivities. 'MIAMI GROUP' HONORED HERE SUNDAY Israel Bond Sales Hit Million Mark Brig. Gen. Ezer Weizmann. comi. .uider-in-chief of Israel's Air Force, lauded four Miamians for their role in helping Israel meet one of its most challenging problems Weizmann spoke at a dinner in the Diplomat hotel last Sunday eight honoring Sam Blank. Samuel Friedland. Max Orovitz and Dan B. Euskin. He said, "Israel has two major problems. One is defense, and the other is the development of its economy. Actually, the development of our economy is the essential element in our security problem. We in Israel realize that the enmity of the Arab governments is a continuing threat to Israel's security. Our greatest hope of prevt nting actual war is by a buildup of our strength both militarily and economically." Mediation Board Names Greene Jerome G. Greene has been appointed to the Federal Mediation Board. He has been serving as an arbitrator and is also on the national panel of labor arbitrators of the American Arbitration Assn. An attorney. Green is president of the Miami Beach Taxpayers' Assn., and a member of the Community Development Board of Dade County. He is also a vice chairman of the Government Research Council. The General pointed out that it was "the faith, courage, and vision" of men like Blank. Friedland. Orovitz and Ruskin in investing in Israel's future "which has heiped the State take great stndes towards %  -.thieving economic strength More than 650 persons representing Greater Miami's community and social life joined with Gen Weizmann in honoring the four men ;.t the dinner. The four, internationally known as the "Miami Group." were honored for their part in "initiating the program of private investments in Israel when the State was born and were thus the forerunners if the world-wide State of Israel Bond issue." In tribute to the four honorees and in response to an appeal by Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom, more than $1,730,000 in State of Israel Bonds was purchased. The occasion also marked the climax of the area's celebration of Israel's 14th anniversary. Dinner chairman w a s Carl Weinkle, with Leonard Rosen as co-chairman. Gen. Weizmann presented each of the honorees with special plaques" bearing silver maps of the State ot Israel in recognition of Israel's tribute to them. Charging that "we are still in a state of war with the Arabs." Gen. Weizmann declared that "we know what war is like, and would want to avoid it. Ml ot us wish for peace to come some dav. But if my li-year-old son has to fight like I did, I assure you he will have a good plane to fly, a geod tank to drive, or a good ship to -ail "For. unlike our Arab neighbors, or any other people anywhere, if we lose a war forced upon us, we lose everything. And we don't intend to lose." In a broad reference to French assistance—"all of our Air Force equipment is based on French ordnance"—the Gen. reported that he recently heard a French Admiral and General at a partj in Paris discussing the nature and purpose of Israel BondDeclared Weiimann: "An investment in Israel is not like investment in real estate. It is an investment in Jewry. It is an investment in a jewel." A book of achievement spanning the years of service to Israel and the community by the honorees was presented to Gen. Weizmann for the archives of Israel. The book included citations from many Greater Miami civic and philanthropic institutions with which the, honorees have been prominently associated. Among community leaders representing various civic organizationan i philanthropic institutions in joining the tribute were Leonard L. Abess, Judge Irving Cypen. A. J Harris. Sam J Heiman. Ernest; Janis, Benjamin Kane. Jay [, Kislak. Cal Kovens. Samuel C. Levenson. Marcie Liberman, Sam Luby, Ben Markowitz. Baron de Ilir-in Meyer. Stanley C Myers, Sam H Too old to buy insurance? Being over 65 is no barrier to the purchase of new life insurance. And for many people in their sixties or seventies it can be a very wise "buy." Here's an example. A man age 75, has a substantial number of investments. At death, estate taxes will have to be paid. To raise the cash, income-producing assets have to be sold, often with severe losses to the beneficiaries. Life insurance can prevent this loss by providing the necessary cash. 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Ifnday. June ] 1962 iVni;fl FhrHitr Page 7-A Zionist Actions Committee Gathers in Jerusalem lERL'SALEM — (JTA)— The Hiture ol the world Z'onisl movement crious Jeopardy." unless Zionism changes its structure and itself "as a unified fighting force, becoming again the ,.,l leader ol the Jewish people," Dr. Nahum Goldmann, preside World Zionist Organization, warned here. H. issued this i in his presidential address pening session Of the meetdangers." These, he said. in. the WZO Actlona Commit elude: .,, highest policy-making body be, The lack of an overallVepre..,,-, sessions of iho World Ziontentative organization ol American ,., Congress Jewry, reshlting in overlapping, i j..i.i> -,nH An '•'.•'' of manpower and monev and £irsai,d^fr ^ i { f i,ii .u .1.. %  „ 1....1. i.f,. hurcaucTaii7;i'ion. with a vast arrav its authority in Jewsh lite. • nd perhaps more important "' Profe<"' oltoaaii "ho tend ,.„ must be fulfilled, to ? •""" PO'c-.es purely from ,,,. Zionist movement to "I*" !" 8 !' 0 !" point o x,- lie re at tasks of the situs "> the need to add to the hange in structure, and communit> leadership ol more n, ,„ do away with old >•' l.c.ual ami spiritual eadership. i t..t..,i<,c-'lime Mim-fer David Ren-(.ur, hires and attitudes ion meanwhile declared that hi' restating that a strong, worldgcrdl the is-ue over meetings bewide Zionist organisation is "ontwecn Dr Nahum Goldmann, prothinkable without a strong Zion%  ident of the World Zionist Organ)nt movement in America, the zation, and American statesmen as leading Jewish community in the closed world," Dr. Goldmann lauded Speaking at a meeting of the the plend-d solidarity within Ihud (Hami. the world organization American Jewry," at shown in of Labor Zionists, the Prime MmUnited States Jewry's contribuister said that he "welcomed Dr. t.ons toward Jewish raliaf and toGoWmann'i endorsement of the ward Israel. Then he cited what principle that only representatives tie termed "inherent weaknessol the Israel Government are enm%" m American Jewish life titled to handle State affairs, either which he identified as "potential internally or on tht international Ben • Gurion Warns of Danger Lurking for Israel in Egypt HAIFA iJTA— Prime MinDavid Ben-Gunon warned his this week that Israel faced U we forget that brutal :.ir lie^ in wait across the %  r "' Tluwarning was clearly a reply I i wed threat by President Nasser of Egypt earlier in the week 2>pt was still determined to -' i'W the liquidation of Israel ...:• n on part of the Palestine Nasser issued the threat at session of the Egyptian of Popular Forces in Mr Bi n-Gurion spoke at the •iion where he accepted rar> doctorate of arehitec lon Israel, he said, would not a world factor in politics ir e< mics for "we are few ," It %  • onlj in the spirit that Israel can w-th other nations, he raduation ceremony au"ln the kingdom of the H iii capable of being an • factor and not a neglighe .stated. The Prime Minister obliquely criticized the Israeli professionals m a wide variety of fields •••'10 struck during the past year 'Or higher salaries. "Even • mong those who achieved no s^all measure of prosperity, not •II are imbued with responsibility devotion to general needs," he said. "Many ef them demand fer themselves, rather than demanding of themselves." He added that the achievement ol Israel's goals "can materialize tnrough the cooperation and devotion of every Jew living here or in other countries, but first of all and above all. it depends on two sections of the people of Israel; the workers and the men (>t -elence and art "All my life I have cherished this dual aspiration, that there should be unity between the sectors of Israel—between those who create 0J hand and those create b> brain —and that they should alike be dedicated to the great historic ideals of out people whose most concise arc active expression is to be lound in the message of our -real prophet.1 am conlident that the day will come when it will be realized to the full," he declared level, He said that was the main issue ol his letter on the subject to Moshe Sharett, chairman of the Jewish AgfhC) executive, and cle dared he now regards the issue a closed Dr. Goldmann. meanwhile, discussi the issue at a press conferCUM* here "1 cannot resist tUe impression that, what accounted for this procedure, was an intention to hurt me,"' he c aid. "The simplest and most natural way would have been to cable me or t lephene me. to find out what had happened, or to await my arrival." "Mr. Ben Gurion s letter to Mr. Sharett, said Or. Goldmann, was only the last ef a series of reactions to my activities on the part of the Foreign Ministry. In oroer to avoid further misunderstandings of this nature I would gladly be prepared to undertake not to raise in the future any questions regarding Israel relations with other governments in talks either with the American Government cr the Government ef any other country, and I shall feel relieved if, from ne>w on, ne> such requests were made on me by Ministers or other Israeli representatives." Dr. Goldmann emphasized, however, that "regarding my general contacts uith Governments and diplomats. I certainly propose to continue to maintain them, primarily as president of the World Jewish Congress and chairman of the ('•inference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany—in some cases also on the basis of purely personal connections and friendships." At the outset of his statement. Dr. Goldmann expressed full agreement with the principle that the Israel Government alone is entitled to negotiate with governments about matters concerning Israel, "i never claimed this right." he -aid. "nor have 1 ever actually intervened except wnen asked He said that his meeting with Dr. Joseph E. Johnson, special Middle East Arab refugee emissary for the Palestine Conciliation Commission. bad taken place on the initiative ot Rabbi Irving Miller, chairman <•! the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations. At lunch. Dr. Goldmann -aid. he then explained to Dr. Johnson Israel's poition with re gard to th. Arab refugee problem. With regard to a meeting he had with Phillips Talbot, Under secretary of Statte for Near Eastern Affairs, Or. Goldmann said he had told a member of the Israeli Embassy at Washington aboLt the mesting in advance, asking the latter whether he might offer "some suggestions for my talk." "I was informed by this member o! the Embassy." he continued, that, among other matters Israt. j was discussing with the United Slates, there was a cerain problem ir. the rotation ol which Israel was anxious to enlist the support of the IS. Government In this context, the Embassj official indicate? there wen certain steps which would be desirable So. when Mr Talbot referred to this issue. 1 put forward the idea to which the Embastv official had referred 1 made i! clear 1 was not speaking for the Israel Government. "Mr. Talbot promised to considci the point, and I inlormed the 1 Israel Embassy accordingly. I naturally assumed that, if a high Embassj ofticial makes a suggestion, it accords with the desires of his Government." Dr Goldmann stat' ed, Dr. Goldmann expressed resentment "that the Premier or Foreign Minister, without being in possess ion of all the details," brought this matter to the attention of the Cabinet and that the Prime Minister. with the Cabinet's approval, addressed a formal letter to the Jewish Agency executive chairman inquiring "whether I had been authorized by the executive to raise tins particular matter with the United States Government." Dr. Goldmann told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency here that he (iocs not intend to pursue the issue between him and Mr. Ben-Gurion any further than the statement which he made at the press conference. No meeting between Dr. Goldmann and the Premier has been fixed, hit it was believed here Monday such a meeting woul I take place during this week. 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Fridc Page 12-B •pjewtefi norldHnr< Friday, June 1, 1962 R/TA AOR>AN LtON HARVIY Pollacks Aim For Graduations Sole topic of conversation these a; the hi me of Mi', and Mrs. Nat pollock, whose four children are 11 participating in closing ex, : .... a t th ir various schools, is graduation Caps jowns and di, ,. are disew "•' R***Adrian, 1 vcy Pol Mr i •• lirector • B Rita, 1*. g st S : : West Miami • • will I feted a! ioim ra : : 5al %  Rtta is a V ember I the Nati inal 1! ely a %  • •, conl to Ti ;• ti l' %  i %  ests I • at id will be enliven* I I; a dance I en Leon, 14, is gi from the Hebrew Academy, which he enl r ed in the first grade eight years ago. Harvey, who is 5. is expected to follow the Pollack tradition, and Left to right are Dr. Felix H. Reyler. executive tor; Max Garazi, recording secretary; in, former Consul ot Israel in %  presid< 1 trique erto Behar, treasurer: Dr. Miguel Rodriguez-Caillet, preside Cuban National Bar Assn. in exile, isco Ponte-Dominguez. former £ v Cuba's Supreme Court. Si a : Feu I ltl< Temple Judea Blood Drive Temple Judea of Coral Gables ^yj'enter'the Academy in the fall. will be host to the John Elliott He, too. is graduating this month. < %  o„ having completed three years of Blood Bank on Tuesday from 5:30 ll|endancc at hl pr e-SChool deto 7 p.m. Dinner will be served to p;.rtment of the Greater Miami ull donors. Jewish Community Center. C:ban Hebrew Sodal Circle in Celebration The Cuban Hebrew Social Circle of Miami held a meeting lor the i Cohan Jews living in Miami on | S iturday, May 19, at Washington federal Savings and Loan Assn.. Normandy Isle. Tin' affair was in honor of the State %  Israel's nth anniversary : d the 60th anniversary of the proclamation of the Republic of Cuba. Conducting the meel i F.nrique Kalusin, presi li i I. Dr Felix H. Re\ler, executive director; Dr. Enriqi e Eil r, via dent: Alberto Behar, treasurer; ai d Max Garazi, .> o her speakers v re Si !er M. Consul of Isi ; Dr. M let, : % %  • ,,: '' Na al Bar Assn. in exile; and Dr. i co Ponte D : %  •> r State Att irnej ol Cuba's Sul.ieme Court. Some 200 Cuban Jews atti the double celebration meeting Dr. Wolf son to Speak Vbraham Wolfson, chairman Spinoza 1 orum for adult eduin, will -peak 'Mi •'The .1 >> ol Living" Tuesday and Thursday. a m.. on the 8th st. beach, follow ing Charles Siegel's exercise class and the slimnastic club led by Lillian Friedlander. Service to Cncn JWV Convention Teaching them to swim — Westbrooke Country Club's big swimming pool is being utilized during the next few weeks as a "test program" during school hours to teach youngsters how to swim. Everglades Elementary PTA is sponsoring the swim lessons for fourth graders at Westbrooke, which offered its facilities for the lessons. Left to right are Sheldon Kay, of Westbrooke; Mrs. Libby Strauss, president of Everglades PTA; Mrs. Esther Kazer, Everglades principal; and Dottie Stern, Red Cross instructor. Nick Bringas, physical education teacher at Everglades, is giving the instruction. Sen, Smothers To be Speaker U.S. Sen. George A will be featured speaker at the 14th annual convention of the Florida American Legion here June 1 to 3. Sen. Smathers i< scheduled to address some 3.000 delegates al 11:30 a.m.. Saturday. Highlighting the 9 a.m. opening ceremonies at the Everglades hotel, in which the Ladies' Auxil; iary and the 40-8 will be in joint j session, will be addresses of welcome from Miami Mayor Robert King High. Metro Commission 1 Chairman Alex Gordon, and Flor-' I ida Commander Sam A. McCollum. I Charles L. Bacon, the Legion's national commander, will be chief speaker Friday, with Rufus Wilson, manager of the VA Regional office in St. Petersburg, also scheduled to talk. Miamian Will Be Ordained Two residents and one congregation from the Greater Miami area will be honored at the Jewish ^logical Seminary of America's annual commencement. The rcises will be held ae 3 in >u York City. Marvin Toka; 1 %  Mr an I I. mis Tokayer, of 3621 SW st., Miami, w ill be 1 rdained her. ra, M Z imora avi -. will also be bonore 1 parl in pi his rabbinic studies M II represent th< 1". >n v the exercis -. Mrs Fr Ei tine, 1501 N Mend.an ave Beach, will be awarded a for ( impletion of Fran< es Entine Si h ilarship in linary's Rabbinical DepartAt th ites of %  inar's five academi partments will receive degrees in and 30 will receive honorary degrees or awards Special services will opei convention Of the Depart: : I Florida. Jewish War Voter! the U.S.A., at the DeauvillI this Friday night. National Deputy Chaplain En uel Mandel. who is cantor at Dade Heights Jewish Congregation, will chant the liturgy. Bernard W er. Abe Horrowitz Post chapWir.. will lead the services with St.it* Chaplain Maurice Weiman assisting in special readings. Saturday morning services will tx held at 9 a. m., and Sunday ices at 8 a.m. speeial annual convention 1 orial services will b< 1 %  nd • %  Ri gional Vice < 1 mman ler I %  11 a.m Sundaj Hope School Box Supper A fund-raising evenl for cbapti rs of Hope School f< 1 : llj Retarded Children will the term of an old-1 supper at the waterfr int h Mr. and Mrs. Jack Klin 1 Bay dr., on Saturday al 3 I There will be entei 'isl and hull) full) c 11 tests 1 rizes will be gii en for th 01 iginal and best decorati : Monies raised will be us c xpenses ..t the school lui summer. Overall chairman :Mrs II • Geller. Mrs. Hilda H Angel chapter chairm 1 WKAT-FM FROM BRAHMS TO BARTOK "All are 21 years old except me," says Tully F. 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rriday, June 1, 1962 ** Jf &f iff FkrScfiicir Temple Beth Sholom Affiliates Will Install Officers at Dinner Saturdav Page 3-B The annual congregational dinner of Temple Beth Shalom will l.'ke plaee on Saturday evening in the Temple Auditorium. 4H4 Chase ave., according to an amouncemint by J'ame.M. Albert. Temple pn sident. Judge Harry Arthur Greenberg, •ir mediate past president of the congregation, chairman of the nom:::ig committee, will present the following slate of temple officers: President, James M Albert; honorary vice president. Sidney I). An-.,i. honorary trustee, Irving Rothman; vice presidents. IsadOre I!. Hecht, Frank Kanun. Maury S. 01inick, Louis F. Sneiman: treasurer. ,i..k Wagner: general secretary, Eli Katzin; and financial secretary. Irving B Kaplan. These officers and 30 directors will be installed by Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Beth Sholom. Also to be installed are thi tol lowing officers of the Sisterhood; esident, Mrs, Louis F Snetman; Mi, presidents, MrIrving Bern, : i Harold Gram i! Mrs Irving Kushman and Mrs Seymour Silman; corresponding secretary, Mrs Robert Jaffi ; financial secre• %  %  Mrs. Louis Shj piro; chaplain. I.con Kronish Brotherhood offici rs ; n sident. Harfenist Offers 'Meals on Wheels' I restaurai Wash a\ •• M iami I e; ch, specialin large-scale catering in the .., for i vcr 20 recently ti i d the hon i eal d< liver} > rvi e Kosher Meals '>'• hi i Is" are • i Mian i Beach h >m< • on six-day week pi; i and maj b n I for one or more pi %  menu and i nation • %  > be obtained I > calling Hari restaurant Dr. Harry Wolk; vice presidents. Jack M. Kink. Harold Granoff, Harvey E. Kramer. Philip Schlissel and Sidnej Ross; corresponding secretary, Irwin H. Teplis; record ing secretary, Joseph Pardo; treasurer. Morns Miller; honorary past presidents. Jack Abbott, Dr. Meyer Fggnatz, David Drucker. Frank Kamen, Dr Alexan er Robbins, Al1i it L Rosen and Jack Wagner. 11A officers: president. Mrs. Irving Kushman; vice presidents. Mrs Marvin Cooper. Mrs Sanford Lcvine. Mrs, David Miller. Mrs. Martin Kleinman; secretary, Mrs IStrnarcl Rubin; treasurer. Mrs. Albert Rosenberg; corresponding secretary. Mrs. Jason Berkman; recording secretary, Mrs. Bennett Lee: Keren Ami chairman, Mrs. Martin Steinci. advisor, Mrs. Jo•eph Pardo. MrHarvey F. Kramer, immediate past president of Sisterhood, is in chargi of ai rangements. Southgate Plans Cruise Si uthgi', gn up of Hadassafa is boat rule to be held on (Thursday. June 14. The "Dream t" will leave from the South• < pier at 1 p.m.. and return at :. p.m. Music, dancing and professional entertainment will be fea-. lured. Mrs, Ann Luss and Mrs. Allied Liu.s an in charge of reservations. FP&L Executive Heads Division Robert 11 Ft< president of Florida Power and Lighl Company, has been named chairman of United Fund's Utilities Division. The Utilities Division, divided into four sections, will solicit over 9.000 empli yi in the utihti* inroll deduction basis ol one houi | aj per month The division wil solicit rporate : I -thar $1,000 Jay 1 K;s...k. United Fund campaign chairmai I that cnlistn airmen almi st com] "We now have the acceptance of over 60 ci mn ui it) leai ers arious di> isii ns and seel Kislak pointed out, H< said that .. i • on the %  •• ad< i ship lc\el "ill be comj leted by June 13. Pioneer Women's Chapters Plan Their Installations Two chapters oi Pioneer Women. will have installation luncheons on Wednesday. Kadimah chapter ceremonies will be held at the Candlelight Inn in Ccconut Grove at noon with Mrs. Lee Goldman, member of the national board of Pioneer Women and \ ice president of the Greater Miami Council, presiding. New officers are president. Mrs Jacob Raffel: vice presidents. Mrs. Lillian Cohen and Mrs. Annette Blacker; .Mrs Joseph Feld, financial secretary: Mrs Milton Kessler, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Jack Is re< rding secretary; and treasurer. Mrs Judy Braun. M< mbers of the board: Mrs William Chase. Mrs. Jacob Weiss, Mrs. Teenie Deutsch, Mrs. K KalMrs. s M Machtei, Mrs Hyr.ian Selcer. Mrs. William Sokolol Luncheon chairman is Mrs. Mar•. in Coj enhagen. Coral (lables chapter will install the following at Cookies restaurant %  lent, Mrs Sam Davis; vice ident. Mrs Sophia Plotkin; recording secretary, Mrs. Harrj Sklar; financial secretary, Mrs. Louis Sach rrespoi %  secreli r>. Mrs K. te K se and treasurer. Mrs, Leo Plotkin. ficer will be Mrs Milton Green, president of the (,', ater Miami Council oi P men. Twelve finalists in the recent annual Oratorical Contest for students from fifth through ninth grades. Judges were Dr. William Deem. 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Page 10-A >Jtn/s#> ihridiar Fiidoy. Juno 1. 1962 LARRY MARKS & COMPANY MANUFACTURF.RIRS DISTRIBUTORS WMOUSAU WOAUN'S, /MISSIS' JUNIORS' ORESSIS, COATS 4 SUITS Morics Blda. 120 N.W. 2nd Street Miami, He. Phene FR 9-2631 Recipients of awards at recent annual INF award night at the Fontainebleau hotel are seated (left to right) Mesdames Jacob Davis. Nathan Bookspan. Robert Garber, Wolfe Shklair. Abraham Mason. Fanny Werner, Julius Rosenstein. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Miriam Press, Ezra Finegold. Johan L. Berman, Bernard Silver, Harry Feldman, Mrs. Sylvia Meyers, Mrs. Johan L. Berman and Julius Rosenstein. Jewish National Fund Honors Workers; Reveals Plans for Kiryat Me Ami Fete Leon J. Ell. president of the Jewish National Fund Council, lauded "devoted workers" for their efforts and "dedicated service" on behalf of the Greater Miami JNF during the past year at a meeting hire at the Fontainebleau hotel. Awards were given to the follow-1 ing: Mr. and Mrs. Johan L. Ber% %  man. Mrs Nathan Bookspan. Mrs. Jacob Davis. Harry Feldman. Ezra Fmcgold. Mrs. Robert Garber. Mrs. Sarah Jurkowitz. Mrs. Abraham Mason. Mrs. Sylvia Meyers. Mrs. Miriam Press, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Rosenstein. Mr. and Mrs. Wolfe Shklair, Bernard Silver, and Mrs. Fannie Werner. Special honorary mention for helping to strengthen and promote the growth of Jewish National Fund in Greater Miami, was given Noose Tightens for Eichmann; Dr. Servatius Seeks Clemency Continued from P9 I-A Court Simon Agranat read the fivemember courts judgment, which reaffirmed the death sentence •without hesitation or reserve." The former chief of the Gestapo's Jewish Affairs Section kept his hands tightly clasped as he heard the denial of the appeal, and stared with fixed attention at the judges. Should, as expected. President Ben-Zvi close Eichmann's last chance for life by denying Dr. Servatius' latest plea, it is anticipated that he will be hanged soon after behind the walls of Ramleh Prison near Tel Aviv. In probably the last scene of one of the world's grimmest and most sensational trials, the Israel Supreme Court rejected one by one the charges by Eichmann's defense counsel that (a) one nation cannot try a foreign national for crimes allegedly committed outside its own borders; (b) the law under which Eichmann was tried was enacted after the alleged crimes were enacted; to Eichmann was kidnaped from Argentina and illegally brought to Israel for trial. Declared the court: "Crimes with which the appellant is charged are within the jurisdiction of the Israel court. It is clear that all acts of persecution, deportation and murder in which the accused took part constitute war crimes within the meaning of the Nail and Nazi collaborators' law under which he was tried here." In addition, the court ruled that Eichmann had violated the law on genocide established at Nuremberg after World War II; declared that Israel was the proper place to try Eichmann. since most of the witnesses and documents submitted at the trial, including those used by the defense, were in Israel: and turned down the defense contention that Eichmann was brough, to Irael against his will, citing the agreement between Argentina and Israel in 1960 in which Argentina waived claims for the return of Eichmann. Translation of the long verdict —nearly 90 pages—was completed Monday from the original Hebrew into English. German and French (From Vienna, the Jewish Telegraphic Agency reported that circles close to Austrian police said •a plot had been hatched there last summer by Horst Eichmann, the prisoner's third son, for the abduction of Eichmann and his "rescue'' from Israel. Horst Eichmann. a sailor, it was learned, had discussed his father's recapture with Robert Verbelen. the No. 2 wartime leader of the Belgian Nazis, who is now under arrest for war 'rimes at Vienna. I to Mrs. William Beckwith. Mrs. Joseph Brenner. Isaac Donen, Miss Hannah Finn. Abraham Fraidlin, Mayshie Friedberg. Abraham Grossman. Peter Heller. Sam Kopkind. Mrs. Fannie Liedban, Mrs. Pauline Levick, Mrs. Louis Lustig. S;:m Schachno. Meyer Siegei, Ben Silver, and Joseph Zuckerman. Dr. Zev Kogan. counsel for the Jewish National Fund, stressed the "vision and courage" of Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, Johan L Berman, Hyman Eisenbaum. Leon J. Ell. Dr J. A. Greenhouse. Max Hecht. Dr. Irving Lehrman, and Julius Rosenstein. They are the original founders of Kiryat Me Ami. Miami's twin city in israel, who left for New York to pledge for themselves and the Jewish National Fund of Greater Miami "to bring this project to successful fulfillment." Dr. Kogan said that "Kiryat Me Ami is situated in a very important and strategic area on the Jordanian border. It is vital to the defense and security of the young country." Dr. Kogan also reported on the progress made by the Foundation for Jewish National Fund on behalf of Kiryat Me Ami. He revealed that Dr. Irving Lehrman. chairman ol the Foundation for Jewish National Fund, and Mrs. Lehrman will bo amonc communal leaders to t; ke part in the Kiryat Me Ami dedication pilgrimage to Israel bchedukd October 18 to Nov. 10. The group will leave by El Al Airlinerd for a 16-day stay in Israel and eight days in Europe. Capt Leo Gardner, district manager of El Al. will supervise arrangements here. While in Israel, the delegation will be honored guests of the Keren Kayemeth Leisrael. 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Page 4-B •Jfewfffi flerknan Friday, June 1. 1962 Children's Cardiac Hospital Installation Features Lovely Fashions and Festival Standing (left to rights are Mrs. Maxwell Hyman. treasurer; Mrs. Sidney Lewis, immediate past president; Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, national vice president; Mrs. Aaron Farr, national board member; Mrs. Dorothy Stone, assistant financial secretary; and Mrs. Stanley Woif, recording secretary. Seated (left to right) Council Holds Workshop Here Job Orientation The concept that "a good citizen i,. trained citizen and an informI n" -parked the all-day Job i entatioi Workshop that was held • Wednesday. May 23. at Temple Israel by the National Council of 5l Women. S n 210 women attended the sion to become trained volunteers better ." serve their I inity. Teachers were national vice president. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, national board member. Mrs. Aaron Farr. Section president. Mrs Raymond Rubin, and all other Se< tion officers. Boards of the eight divisions which comprise the Greater Miami Section and represent a total membership of 2100 women were part of the Leadership Training Session. The morning was devoted to workshops on membership; community services program, which includes braille, braille bindery, hard of hearing, senior citizens, scholarship, new Americans, sight-handicapped, and Kendall Hospital; public affairs, which comprises programming, education, social action, ar.d overseas; and ways and means. If you like are Mrs. Mever Baskin. vice president of public affairs; Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, past president; Mrs. William I. Brenner, vice president of administration; Mrs. Raymond R. Rubin, president; Mrs. Jack Chanin. vice president of ways and means; and Mrs. Edward Oppenheim, vice president of community services^ Unveiling of a bronze plaque dedicated to the late Abe Aronovitz marks the opening ceremony of the Abe Aronovitz Villas at 1830 NW 28th st. Left to right are Miami Mayor Robert King High. Edith, 14-year-old daughter of the late Mayor Aronovitz, and Mrs. Dorothy Aronovitz, his widow. Miami Housing Authority Dedicates New Abe Aronovitz Villas Project for Aged Presidin ', over thi luncheon or the N ,1 Children's l were "Q" >•' .. %  It wi ,n 1C Uhan bra : lei for -,,. • (lending everv secti m of D ,,r i counties 1 rmer ier Mrs Sol (Geri 1 of tin North Hade chapter, v. ho a smart m a simple turquoise linen sheath with white embroidered eyelet trim on the bodice, and Mrs. Roger Grant, of the Flamingo chapter, unique in self-designed and self-made, off-white silk shantuna. form-fitting ensemble with cowl neckline and black chain 1 jacket. Her black and white stT! crown hat was an attractive accompaniment. Leo Robinson, president of the hoard of governors of the bos] which is currently under construction on NW !2th ave -.'\> the invocation. His wife, Elsie, "Qui of the l-and of Mi ndii Hearts." :,i. ked radiant and royal in her %  k Italian -ilk linen sheath • itthree-quarter sli 1 • %  1 short i > kei Outstai 1 as her pink red flowered cloche by Mr J< was honored to present ei of the board memberwith a red rose as a symbol of appreciation for their new undertakinj Toastmaster Robert Rubinstein, son officer for all the women's chapters, was made honorary life member. Working to help mend these lit tie hearts for the past 25 years and now retiring was Mrs. Jan Jacobs. She was presented with a scroll and a gold heart in recognition of her endeavors. Seen congratulating her was Mrs. Louis 1 Dorothy 1 Lemberg, whose husband is chief of staff at Cardiac Hospital, tanned and pretty in her imported skyblue raw silk ensemble, topped by a very wide brimmed gold straw. Directing the afternoon affairs was vivacious Mrs. Sheldon (Ethyl) Spector seen in a beige pure silk Christian Dior '-own with i;irso and box-pleated the -relaxed look bali huntle -• aw slouch was stunnii v ,,! I length whiti In-tal!ed ar 1'" 2 63 %  ire the f Hi wing Friedman, M Bea< :hapt< Mrs Burl Toppan, Flam, jo; M Mac Reisel. North Dade Mrs. J Simons. Broward; MrMichai Feldman, South Dade: and Mr* Michael Blank. Miami chapter -F S KREPLACH .CHEESE t Ravioli You'll love CHEF BOY-AR-DEE CHEESE RAVIOLI Hear family, guests, cheer for that real Italian flavor created by famed Chef BoyAr-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 tasier than the frozen kind. So much thriftier, too—costs only •bout 15c per servingl The Abe Aronovitz Villas stand 1 a= a living monument to a man's j devotion to humanity. Mayor Rob-1 en King High said Friday at a ded-; ication of the Miami Housing Authority's project for the aged. "1 am sure Abe Aronovitz would be very pleased if he could see what his efforts have accomplish1 ed." High added. Dedication of the Abe Aronovitz Villas at 1830 NW 28th St. marked the first of two such ceremonies held within three days by the MHA. At 3 p.m.. Sunday, there was the dedication of Jollivette Plaza at 6319 NW 24 pi. "This is a real tribute to Ab Aronovitz," said Dr. Joseph NarBowling League Annual Banquet Beth David Bowling League will hold its ninth annual banquet on Sunday night in Spector Hall. Meyer Robbins, banquet chairman, said that the trophy committee, whose co-chairmen are Evelyn Saluk and Sidney Goldberg, will award trophies at the banquet. At a recent meeting of the Bowl: ing League, which has grown during the past nine years to a membership of 110. new officers were elected. Fred Sandier is president. Others are Robert Purisch. I vice president; Evelyn Saluk. recording secretary; George RachI in. secretary and treasurer. The past presidents' trophy was handed over by Frank Rose to his successor, Fred Sandier. The banquet committee, con-i-tof Ralph and Nettie Ross, Mterman and Essii %  ... to the • %  • stra of Al Deep rich mellow tasty... no other cheese in the world hits the spot liko GENUINE IMPORTED SWITZERLAND SWISS CHEESE ot, president of the Dade County Welfare and Planning CouiKil, and spiritual leader of Temple Israel, of which Mr. Aronovitx was a member. "It is not one of meaningless splendor but of meaningful permanence," he said. The dedication luncheon was presided over by Martin Fine. MHA chairman, who said there were 1.000 applications for the 55 units in the villas. Fine also said that preliminary plans have been approved for highrise apartments which will overlook the Miami River on NW 7th St.. and which will contain 320 units for senior citizens. The day center there will be named for Mr. and Mrs. Stanley (_'. Myers, Mrs. Dorothy Aronovitz. widow of the late Abe Aronovitz. daughter Edith. 14. and son Eugene participated in the ribbon cutting, and helped unveil a plaque deJicated to the late Miami mayor. Also on hand for the dedication was Haley Sofge. MHA executive director, as well as staff members and residents of low rent projects, along with city and county officials. NOW! Sunrise Chapter In Dinner Dance Annual spring diner and dance of Sunrise chapter. American Medical Center, was held Saturday. May 19. at Westbrooke Country Club. The floor -how was directed by Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mandell. dance instructors, and the Ramblers dance band provided the music Co-chairmen for the event were MrMorris.Levitt a:-'! rj Wr Mrs Hawk Landy, -• u i '•' rving on the com: KOSHER SLICED CORNED BEEF Ask for All WILN0 Kosher PRODUCTS Corned Beef, Pastrami, Salami, Bologna, Krispit Frankfurters WILNO KOSHER SAUSAGE CO. 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Page 10-B +Jeist fhrkMar The Courier Id t^ckwartz Sid Siegel, : f A director o£ Temple lirectorship T E •• ts in northern i per Bishopric, Green in : Fieteien named I I %  % %  • ill So-n Gyson Judge Miitcm Friedman -. am%  %  %  • Leo Robinson R. Williams Apte ..: %  : Phil Hauli, Maurice Cohn, t I M •' :• %  :' Dave Emmer, and b' George Okell, Dr. J. A. Greenhouse, Henry Dreyfus and Bob Rubinstein Al talute tl Sam Friedland, Sam Blank, Max Orovitx a'.: Dan Ruskin on Sunday. we were happy to meet Dr. David Andron, founding president of the Hebrew Academy Dave was ; '•to take part in the Academy's move to its handsome new Miami j efa quarters Gen. Eier Weizmann hardly looked the >ix years I cider sir.ce we last saw him in Miami Carl Weinkle and Leonard Rosen were cuKtandiny in their dinner co-chairmen roles Jack Rifkin ar.<: Jack Popick traded stories aHarriet and Ruth talked over j ..spending -ummer trip• • • Dr. David Nathan and Dr. Marvin Meitus will discuss "The Pace maker over WCKK Sunday at 11 p.m.. a program sponsored by the Hei-rt Aaan. of Greater Miami In addition to some 30 prizes of the usual variety, the winners in this year's "Make Miami Beautiful" contest oil] receive a culor-photo of their home and landscaping, chairman Al Palle* tells us Heart Assn. scholarship winners include Robert Belmaker, Marian Flum and Arnold Klein, of North Miami High, and Michael Telson, of Miami Beach High Chief Justice Earl Warren will recive an honorary degree Saturday morning in Cincinnati from Dr. Nelson Glueck, president of Hebrew L'mon College-Jewish Institute of Religion. Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion received an honorary Doctorate Tuesday from the Technion at impressive ceremonies in Haifa Bar-Ilan University of Tel Aviv honored Gov. Nelson Rockefeller for his contributions to Bar-Ilan's Abraham Lincoln School Tel Aviv University has added a graduate medical school Hebrew University of Jerusalem scholars (this year or next) include children of Rabbi David Shapiro, of Hollywood, president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Asn and Dr. Milton Lubarr, chairman of the Hebrew University cental school project for Alpha Omega fraternity. Rabbis Tibor Stern and Solomon Schiff have been named representatives on the Chaplains' Corps for Civil Defense of Dade County Marvin Schulman started off his big Hampshire Towers apartment building in a big way. with limousines picking up interested par'.ie; and champagne served on arrival. That was just before M. y k market crash Westbrooke Country Club execs Sfrc'^cr, .lay. Harold Pomeranti and Morris Fox ready for Fathers Day din..c. promising rain to stop those pesky fires in the Everglades. • • • Mrs. Sidney Weinstein, of West Orange. N.J.. vice chairman of tl public affairs committee cf the National Council ol Jew..-;. .Voi has been appointed by Secretary of Labor Arthur Goldberg to the Dt partmeM of Labor's Advisory Committee on Young Workers Four, der Bill Smith, of Coronet Candies, has resigned from Franklin Federal organization. In fact, the next day a car drove through Smitty's plati > window and caused $800 damage. Jack D. Gordon, president of Washington Federal Savings and Loan, who recently got together with Congressional nominee Claude Pepper to raise money for Sen. Wayne Morse's bid for reelection, issued an interesting press release outlining Gordon's stand against the proposed million-dollar hiyh school sports center. Jack wants the money :or books. He points out that the school board keeps hearing from the k banners at each meeting. "I hepe now." says Gordon, "we will hear from those who want to increase the book supply • • • Recent greetings to the American Council of Judaism by Vice nt Lyndon Johnson, Gov Otto Kerner, of Illinois, and former idenl Dwlsht D. Eisenhower weren't as surprising as statement lauding Council by Chester Bcwles. Oh. well Workmen's Circle -'ill beating drums for its National Indignation Week' protesting iel anti-Semitism. June 18 to 24 Harold Aboott, C.L.U. of Coral iles, will cepri senl the National Life Insurance Company ol Vermont Life insurance pension si minar at Jacksonville Saturday !' t-gradu U co i %  n marine microbiology at the Universitj of rs, all PhD's, Samuel P. Meyers, Leonard J. Greenfield, Frank J. Roth, jr., and M. Michael Sigel Elton Kerness, M graduate, bas won i K) scholarship from the Southern Sec%  of the Nat Welfare Board, according to chairman Morris M. Fogeiman, ol Memphis, Larry King show Mi lit featured Judge Mai Englander, imi Beach vice mayor attackini Metro rezoning o! South Dade bay%  t land [or S< les earlier, on the adio show lit >l Jack Kassewitz was dein{ the ai Seaboard Lists Schedule Changes "Tinkie Club" is the club-within-a-club c: the s. Edward Stiegel Mrs. Max Chiccgo Club of Greater Miami, whose chiei Mrs. Samuel Greenfield, Charles Eronsc: activity is the card game. "Tinkle." With their ward Stiegel, Ezra Feingcic lee Falk S. kitty, members took a trip to Nassau. From top G.-oer.iie'd and Max Kla'.z. Richard Be: 'left to right are Mrs. Birdie Kahn, Mrs. Ezra is score-keeper tor the group which stcr. Finegold, Mrs. Leo Falk. Mrs. Charles Bronthe Arawak hctel. Beth Torah Chief Has Civic, Religious Background New president of Beth Torah Congregation of No Miami Beach is Irving Seidel. An active member of the congregation for the pa.-t six yearS< i l< bas served as executive vice president for the p. tl year, and as chairman of the education committee for four years before. Originally frem New York. Seidel was a member of Young I-rail. I'elham Parkway, and of the Jewish War Veterans of Bronx Council. and served a< senior vice cornmancer ol the Arthur I Adler Post JWV. A staff sergeant in the U.S. Army, Seidel spent .2 months in overseas duty. He participated in the battle of Guadalcanal and Bougaineville, and received a Ico -• ftcr in action in the ( hi ip res. Ht attended Auburn Polytechnic insti nte nnd the Talmudic Acadnf Yeshiva University His w.!c was principal of Lincoln Park Hebrew school in Yonkers. NY. and habeen teaching at Beth Torah for the past five ( ., r VING SfrDfl The Seidels have tv.. Debra and -h:ra. I'n sident pf Sisterh Mrliving Furmi '. • Men'Clu-. I .en Kar: relij %  school PT,\ Mrs Ronald F: itd< and nursery school PTA. Mrs 1 .hard Shacti Serving witl -• %  will s H. old Wolk. G< • • '-. timar, St ley Friedmai '•• 'ton Greene, Eugene Schwarzt* t ••"'' %  Richard Sneider, v-ici prts • -. Ira Goodman, trea %  • nel Edelsoi financial Mrs I rnard Biauhut r. i secretary; and Mrs Saul Schn • .> rresp indu seen larj Trustee inc! < Mrs. !'• %  i


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Friday, June 1. 1962 +Je1sti noridlfori Page 15-A LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN • he iinii.-i i nerl, . v lorida. Dated al 4tli das %  I that engage in 11,11111of % %  B. I. Harbor r>rive In % %  .h Floi Ida, inill.-.11.1 name with %  i i. i.t. Miami Bea< h, Florida, this i.ii M.i-. 13*2 B. I. BINDER partner IRVINWl Ri iw >FF—partner MI.Mi sriIATZBERti partner MARILYN HARRIS! >N partner AUDREY KCHNKIKKR—partner At.AN R I.ORItER Attorney t> r Appllc %  at lYashlngti %  i % %  deral Bull lint IT"I Meridian Avenue Miami Ueau h, Ploi i-i • 5/11-1S-25-6 i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NoTICK IS HEREBY UIVEN that • li< uii'l. t ii. ]. deirirtng I (•IIMII.-Simli r tli. T tltf ;II. tin,f AIR CONDITIONING AND HEATING ASSt'M'IAT i:s -•' JOjri S W 192nd TerMi., iloi Ida, Ii •-• %  II I to regl Mild ntnii with the Clerk il the >'iit-nlt Court I Dado d ium j. Kloi Ida SIDNEY ROSE blole ner • %  '.-•: 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICI is HEREBY GIVEN that th. under; lined, desiring to engagi l.i.iii,--> i. ithe fi. ri• i..iiii.in • TERRY> Al TO SERVICE al 8847 Blrayn< Boulevard, Miami, Florida, |l .ml t. r. Ulster .ii n HI.. It h -Iii 'I, rk .-i • he Circul of Da i ty, .la. PAI LINK EINRICH N i: -"•• Miami, Fl %  HoW \l:i R IIIRSCH \ %  .: it. \ [ol ReH i--" II Hi-. ... Hn ill Miami • Fli rlda %  M WM BY HENRY LEONARD LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 55865-B y.N RE: Eatate ol I S'lI.IA LEVIN | Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS | To All Creditor* and All Persona Havilng claims or Demands Againsl Said | Eatate: ^iiii are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demnndu which you may have against i state ..f SILIA LEVIN deceased late of Dade C ty, Florida, to the [County Judges of Dade County, and fll. the saintin duplicate and us proI vlded In Section 788.18, Florida Statutes, in their offices In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the fiisi publication hereof, or i he same will be barred Duted at Miami, Florida, "us Bth day ..f May, A.D. 1962 JACK LEVIN Rl ISE i %  illK.N SOL LEVIN As Executors i 11 EREN & <:< H.i >EN Attorney's for Executors 807 < >lj mpls Building Miami. Florida r, lS-2... •; 1-8 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! *"Jewist FfcridfiaHn solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates mul Fit 3-4605 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE Our Rabbi is preaching tonight on the 'Analyst's Couch Versus the Pulpit!' I Copr. 1)62. Darwiu rredvcliwu I -~LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN that %  mdi • ned, deslrl g to engage In iler the fictitious i AM TI-:HK.\/./.< • & TILE CO N W 29th Sll. .-t. Miami. In: :--ji-tt-i s. iri iiami with the Clerk ot i :ii %  i i',.in i • %  Dadi County, l nla. MEDINA TERRAZZO ,v TILE, INC A I-la ARTHl'H KARLICK I %  %  in, ;. ; Applicant 1101 Ills. -.,11. BlVd M ,mi. ri. i Ida 5 ll-ls-S B i IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, IN PROBATE No 52099. C IN RE: Estate of JASON ROSENBERG, Deceased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE 'hereb) given that we have fll. d .. Final Report and Petition for Distribution and Final Discharge ,. Eta "f ti Mate of JASON i ROHENHKRU, deceased: and that on the 8th tin i iin" I ; -'ii appl) h t,, the Honorable Count} Judges "i Dade Com tv. Florida, for approval "t said Final K< pu I and for disti kbution m.i final discharge %  Executrlc. the eetati I the above-named decedent. This Ird da} of Mas. 1962 MILTON \ FRIEDMAN, Ut< rney I 111 Ains!. > Dldg. Miami.::. Ho. Ida ,,.„..„, I R A N NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HER Kit \ UIVhN th il •' mi.i. : gned, desiring to engage n business ind. r thi I tl ''"'" ame .! rl( \NI: TH.E KND M M:I:I.I-: at 1.21 nv --_ % %  ,. %  I venue, Miami, Florida, ini. ils in i • gister said name with the ri. rk of tin Circuit Courl ol Dade %  '. %  i-nts FlH Ida. ALFRED I'l BERNARDO SlMi IN, II \YS A ORI'NDW KRQ Atiorne} .•: Applicant u] NOTICE BY PUBLiCi" 3N IN T.'E CiRCLiT COO'" 0" THS ELEVENTH ,.3iCiACiRC.iT O z FLOR-DA IN AND =0H C-0£ COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, N3 62C A4<55 mi. :\ REI II % %  DAVID RASKIN a RASKIN LVfi il.ietn SUIT FOR ACCOUNT '.G VVID RASK S i--;: \ N %  % % %  :i\,ldl — lUI Vou %  > \^ RASKIN i'l-:s RASKIN, • %  • hi that a ii.n has %  • riled again.no v..-I ai. %  i iin i v %  i %  •;'.• 't ,. ,. An--rr oi i -adlng "> I he Bl.l I ,. ip| ilni %  '%  tome}', COl'RSHi 'N .\ %  %  'L i 'RN. in? i II. in .: id Mian i la and I riglnal \:isw ••: ii rl.a.ll!..: %  • .-• • • the Circuit I 'oun i 'I l "" 2th -i i> •' i %  • "'•l! y u %  ''•' to i|o so. Judgm-nt by del taken against you fo nian.l-.l ir HiBill of C impla I This notice shall b Hi led n i.-h uk fin I ir %  •'-In i HI-' IKWISH FLORID1 ^ BONE AND i Horld I, %  17th 'i \ E B LEATHE 'VAN Ci -rk %  [t HELEN KK-! %  -.%  ,|.;-|i ,N & IO %  •' %  • t"7 I.ii M ant B Florid Attorne -•%  ;:• IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 5549 THOMAS III ANN. iN. JR., Plaintiff ELIZABETH FRANCES HANNON, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION ri i Elizabeth h ranees Hannoii .o Mis. Lieorge Hutchtngs, :;TH Hull} I "i escent, London, mi ni.. 'an.ula VOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thill :i the above cause, you are ii.-i.-i.> required t.. serve a copj of youi Answei t.i the Complaint for Divorce on she plaintiffs attorney, HARRY /.tKKRNICK, ISO Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida < I file the original thereof In the offi >f the Clerk of the above Courl on } you. I lATED: M n 21, 1962. i: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, ,n Com t. I lade Count} Florida seal) R} : 1. SNEEDEN I >..puty Clerk ll u:i:Y Zl'KERNICK Attorney for Plaintiff i.'n Lincoln Ron I Miami Beach, Florida IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 5161 AIMER P HERN VNDEZ, Plaintiff, vs SANTIAGO HERNANDEZ, I i.-fi -inlallt. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO: SANTIAUtl HERNANDEZ, ADDRESS UNKNOWN Viil", SANTIAGO HERNA>:i)EZ, address unknown, are required t" file your answer to the complaint for divorce, \\itli the Clerk uf the abovi Court, an.l serve a cop} thereof upon lllno P Negrettl, Attorney. 910-11 Congress Kldg ill N I-:. 2nd Avenue, Miami. Florida on <-r before June 18, '<._' ..i else complaint will be taken as f.-ss. .1 Dated tins Mill .lav of May. 1982. I-: II LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida is. all B) : N A HEWETT Deput) Clerk n IX-2S, 6.1-S NOTICE UNDER FICT TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the underi laned, desli Ing <•> engi iiuslness under the fictitious name of THE TOAST .it 12396 Biscayne Bouli vani. North Miami. Florida Intends -,. reglste salil nami >> itli the t "1< i k of the l 'in mi Courl of I >ade Count} Florida. Mll.i'l >A. INC a I'l.. I 1-la ,.i poratlon r.\ Doris M. < 'ook, Pi sldent 1 BEN.I \MiN : SHCLMAN Attorne} foi MM.i %  ( lA. INC. -, 23, l ;---" IN In THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO. 55880-B RE INtat. of i IRRA E. GRANGER Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Havin^ Claims 'i 1 '• nan. iAgainsl Sato You an herein notified and required t.. pr. sent av i lalms and demands which vou n a} have ugalnsl the estate id ( RR \ i: GR \N'I;I-:I: deci ased late of i>a,l. %  '. unty, Florida, to the LOUIJt< Judg< of Dade .'..unty. and file tii. same in duplicate ami as pnivldea l„ Section %  i" Florida Statutes, In their ..ffi..ni the County < ourthouse i., i .a, i. County, Florida, wit inn six calendar m. nths from the time or tne fust publication hereof, or th.same will I,.barred. Dated at Miami. Florida, das of May, A l> !•.„„, RACHEL I'l.NNl.l. As Administratrix WALTER P LEBOWITZ Attorne) for Rachel Pennel ; %  First Street, Miami [leach NOTICE UND= 3 FICTITIOUS NAME wA A NOTI -: ; HEREBY %  VES that the und, rslgn I I %  "J i-.i-ni. ii ei thi %  MIAMI SH V> EL IN 'ER IN C .. a t '."1 N E : v %  %  ^VEL -EN '.: IN Bv Kal ih !N ': '' Mil.I. ,y %  • %  %  ''""" %  ..." | i-S 1 s -1.". NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW SOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of THE VILLAGE PLACE, INC. .1 b n IIII-: VILLAGE I'l. ACE at ill I Crani-n Boulevard, Kes Biscayne, Florida Intends to register -aid name with th. Clerk of the Circuit Courl of Dade ty, Florida. THE VILLAGE PLACE, INC. i:. : Richard M. Mnrsane, Jr., President RICHARD M. SEPLER, Esq. i.i. Hi, l. -ili Dr., Htaleah. Fla. Atl irney I.T The Village Place, In.'. i <-•_'.-.. ii 1-* IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 5233 CECIL El'GENE BOE8, Plaintiff, \ s BECKY C, BOE8, l lefendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION You BECKY C. BOES, :.:• Maple Street, Tlpton, Indiana, are hereb} notified that a Bill ol Complaint f" Divorce habeen filed againsl you, ui-1 you are required t., serve a cop} ..f your Answer t.> thi. Hill •'< Complaint on tloPlaintiff's Attorney, Oakley 'I .Smith. l"i N.W. 1st Avenue, Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer in th...ffi<-. of th.Clerk ..f the Circuit Court on or before the %  i MII da} ,,f June, 1862. If you fail to do s... Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint DUNE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this litli da] of May. 1962 K i: LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade "ount} Floi Ids i..„li By: HELEN KKSSI.Ki: Deput} Clerk :. IS-2.V •'. I-S IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO. 55962-C In RE Estati ol iERTRl'l >E I.. If ISENTHAL [), eased. AMENDED NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All I'I • %  •lit," s and All I %  rsons g i 'lalms ..i l li man.is Against Said Estate Vou are hi i • b} notified and required to present am claims and demands which vou ma} have against th' • stati ,,f OERTRCDE I. R' ISENTH VL d< ..-,1 lute .•: I IADE Count} Florida i,i the Count} Judges of I lade 'ounty, and file the .-..no in duplicate ; ""' apro\ itli -I in s.. lion 733 16, Florida Statutes, in their office* in the Counix i Mm in...i-. III I lade Count} Florida itinn six .• %  • dai months from the time ..f the first publication IX reof, ,.i the sain. ill be barred. Dated al Miami, Florida, this 15th ,l.n .if Max, A.D 1962 ALBERT E. ROSENTHAL as Executor of the Estate of Gertrude I. Rosenthal, Deceased. MYERS. HEIMAN, KAPLAN ,v CATS&fAN At torne} s for Executor n:.'. s W 1st Street a 25, 6 1-8-15 NOTICE UNO-* FICTITIOUS NAME _i;V \ .T CK s HEREBY the undei nn -a desiring rigas %  \i;Ni ILD ENGRAVERS it 67th Avenue Mian Floi da -.. ..... -• said n in '•' ,f Dade y:-v .LD NEWN IN Sole :. KESSLER OARS Utorne}s •'' Appii i .,, \v I-I street • thi it" Hn Ida I 11-18-S8-6 i NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chain, i 20728—Act; ol 1M1 File A A--''"'"' 1 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Sylvia Stern, holder of City pi M'-" Tax Sal. Certificate No. :'->; ; ''•;" the th das ol June, A.D. IM0, .has filed -am. In mj office, and has made application for a tax deed to be iHued thereon Paid Certificate embrace! ,,,.. following desi rlbed property^ n th Count} ol Dade, state ol Florida, l0 H W uV of N 61V Lot. IM : *, :;s :' Glenroyal Amended, Plat Book i l-Hge 56 in the Cltj ol Miami. I'-uiim of Pad.-. State ol Florida. The assessment of said property im,|. the said certificate "as In tne :.., i i nkno n I'nless said cei Ilfl' ate hall be re• :.. med i rd na to law, the property ,.. rlbed I will be sold to the in -ii.--t i.i.i.l. i at in, Court House door on ih, firs) Mondaj In the month of June 1962, which is the im ".IN •• June, 1912 Dated this Isl da} nl Ma}, i: |1 LBATHERM VN I'••..'. Clerk ol C Dad. i'.. in'! 11 .i Ida (Circuit Court s.-aii B) K. M. LEEPBR i-ij-s NOTICE BY PyS'-'S*"-^"' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT J%  ."?_ ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR D*OE COUNTY. IN CHAN.aRY, NO 62C 4082 SMI1 v N DORA JEN %  IN I •• f ii,' SUIT FOR O'VORCE Ti %  I" il'.A BEN1 N ~" .. IM kah ie, New \ >rk V ii IRA BEN WN • %  %  %  B %  • %  '.. V a ,required to serve DIII ,• %  ilnt he i %  : H rRAI RIG. ,..-,::• Building, Miam i-' „i and file the original Answer ,, t Co irl "i ,' before the nth dav „ do i ken i i, • T for I u ,i,.',-. f Mo A.D • HKRMAN • WLYMAN Depul .... IN -HE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 56006 IN RE: Estate >< EHIEL LESOWODER I i. .-a-."l NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or I .-man. Is Against Saul Estate Vou are hereb} notified and required to present any claims and demands Mhii-h you may have against tat EHIEL LESOWODER, ,i, eased late of Dade County. Florida to the Count} Judges ,-i Dade County, and file the same in duplicate and aprovided in Section 731.16, Florida Stntutes, in their offices In ti„ County Courthouse In Dade Countv, Florida within si\ calendai in, .nths from the time of the flrai publication hereof, or the same will be barred. Dated at Miami. Florida, tins nth da} il May, AH I "'•-' ANNA CORNFIELD Kilt I' WKI.I.lSi'll AExecutors VTELLISCrl .; DOl'GHERTY Attorne} for Estate of EHIEL LES( i\Vl IDER. 1 '• %  •' i OIIKI Bull ImI Miami. Florida ( NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, ,i. siring t" engagi In business under the fictitious name ,,f "Law ifflces of Le> >', Levi nihal (ioldsteln & Kia.-snii at 1110 N.I'.. |i;::i,l Street, North Miami Bi ai h, Florida intends t.. register said name with ihClerk of the Circuit Court ..i i -.,,i.County, Florida I i-'VY LBV EN I'HAI.. GOLDS I BIN ,v KRASSNER PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION, a Florida Professional <-,,i noiat Ion sole owner > :. ls-25, •'• 1-8 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO. 55719-C IN RE: Estate of MARY LOP ENGEL. Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons HavimClaims oi l'• %  man,iAgainst Bald EstaK Vou are hereby notified and required !•• pr< s. in an} claims and fli in.indwhich v. a ma} have against II, estati ol MARY LOI' ENOEL, ,i. eased hit. of I >adi County, Florida i,. the Count} Judges "t Dade -.. mty, ami file the same in duplicate and as provided in Section 783.16, Florida Statutes, In their offlcee in the Count} Coui thi usi In I Wde CounFlorida, within -i\ calendar months in. tii.,of the fli st publication hereof -a thi same will be barred Duted -it Miami. Florida, this 23rd • lav of May, A.D IMS n IAN •'. Ml. WESTERS! N As t'.\. cutrlx. EMANCELLEVENSON Attorne} for Executrix v,,-, nisi ii n. Bid* S/K f-I-l-II %  i i .1 .rl.il ,, i i.uiitiir IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 55866C IN RE Estate ol ABRAHAM ,;• ILDSTEIN Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona Having I'laim..i Demands Againsl Said Eatate; > | .,,,. hereb) notified and required to present an) claims and demands which yon may have againsl the estate f ABRAHAM GOLDSTEIN ,i I SI I late of Dade County, Florida, t" the County Judges of Hade •ounty, and file the same In duplicate ,.„i apn vide i In Section 133 16, Plorlda Stal ites. In their offices In mnt) Courthouse In Had.CounI : ,. mi n six .al. n. laimonths from the time of the first ...... | ation here if, or th,same iii be barred. ,, Dated ii Ml iml Florida, tins Sth da) of April. A.D Mil.T-'N \ FRIEDM \N As MILTON \ ] N IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 55840-A IN RE: Estate of MANl'EL K l. ElMAS I leceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims a Demands Againsl said Estate Vou ar.hereb) notified and r< quired %  • present an) claims and ni man,Is which you ma) have against the estate of MANl'EL KLEIMAN deceased late of Dade County, Florida t" the County Judges ,-i I'a,l. Count) and file the same In duplicate ind a.provided In sFlorida Statutes, In their offices in the County Courthouse In Dade Countv Florida, within six calendar months ri-.'.m th.time of the first publication hereof, or the same "ill be bar"|iat.-,l al Miami. Florida, this 17th da) of May. A I' 1962 RITA Ft KIEL As Administratrix BENJAMIN Fl KIEL RITA n FvMlEL, Al '.MINIS Ti: VTRIX 1641 S.W 8th sir.-. Miami. Florida ..... .' 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Friday. June 1. 1962 f"*i*tfUri<1irir Page 13-A FROM THE TALMUD Shahbat. 104a. "/t is the sign of gemilut husuJim 10 'run after the poor'." AcaJat Shir ha-Shinm. He (hut feeds the hungry feeds Cod also. Ruth Rabbah, 19. H< that feeds the hungry feeds %  11/ too for charity blesse git CI even mere than hm \es. G Ma. IfltJ i; :. u • neither V Kctubot, 6-.5. .A husband tuiialh things / ... about in a fra\ci and %habb\ garment, but my wife must have fine clothe*. Jn l and guidance to win their wars and de teat their foes, so do our children need aid and guidance to win their war. The parents, however, are in! diffrent. They give mere lip servm m m ice to their religious and moral principles but do not care to practice them. We must not tell our children how to live, but we must show them. What right do we have to require our children to live a life that we treat with disdain. How can we ever hope for them to live up to the i religious ideals to which we would want when we completely ignore our own religious responsibilities. We must be consistent. We must most assuredly make demands | upon our children. We mu-t demand that they uphold certain traditions and ideals of our religion. But we must do more than demand. We must guide and teach. We must show our children the way. Religion must become a primary demand lor us and not merely a secondary item, or a necessary evil. We must live by the religion and not merely talk about it. iji.ii. Our children must learn to uphold their religious principles not beInformation 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 returned as proot of their lateness. RABBI SHELDON STEINM7Z primary demand K^jlttrew L-oini'ry.i/i'ori ir-nofon rrf 5V?;rs:xn TTX3 IN ,*t?Dwto IS *?^L! rvnpon ]a H 1 ?? x-n? nxi-n efftp^LJiji rvivD^nn ix *ri?an 3?? r ? Tft ^to* 1 ,|7Han Dtfns nx i I T \ : r -V?jrs3xn rx tra r\npb H3 KtaVl irraftMl THB Our children must learn to uphold CONOREGATIO ^ \7z CHAIM. "T : • ; : T i cause lhe i r parents tell them about upholding these principles but bej Washino 0 „ ave orthodox. Rabbi rW7\ *7X7 ilD'SPQ HXSin ; cause their parents live by upholding these principles. Abraham strassfeid. M • T T ••T T :M m mmmt ,„„„, Kv nrantto* artr\ not nnlv hv DreachinC. Can we ex— -*.~. .. ..<•.•• n#i?aan n"?on ^v ix pian AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave. Orthodox. Raboi Isaac Ever. — • — BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd iv Coneervative. RabDi Norman N. Shapiro. Cantor William W. Lioson. I -idiij 6 p.m. Saturday '• a in. Bai Mltzvuh Bruce, noil of Mr and Mr-. I lermnn Kali r — • — BETH EL. 500 Sw mn ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. ii lda> 6: IS p.m. Sntui day 8:'30 a.m Sermon: "The Journey of Life.*' • BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave. Conservative. Krldaj 8:13 p.m Sermon: "Renewing our Months Blessings." guest rabbi, i >r. j>shala Schnltzer, prvsltlent of %  he Northern Xew Jerse) Region, Rabbinical Assembly of America. Saturda> v l."i a.m Bar Mltsvah: Alan W/lnson. — • — BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman. Frlda> 8:30 p.m Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "Y. ars In the De rt." — • — BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches. Friday 6:30 p.m Saturday s :30 a.m. Sermon "When is a Jewish Organp pU tun i/.i: i. .11 Jew Ish — • — BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave. Orthodox. Julius Sapero. president. Friday 8:13 p.m, Saturday 9 a.m. BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky. — • — BETH TORAH. liwtn si. mid NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. Friday 6:30 p.m. Bar Mltivah; Gall, daughter i'f Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schmler. Saturday s:i"> a.m. Graduates of elementary Hebrew school to be honoi ad. — • — GEMS OF WISDOM Piii(-r:% -.c i and terror are % %  faith. IliS' I.AH1ROL. • Faith is !'"•<' summit 0/ th< Torah. —IBID. • / believe i the sun even tehen it i is not shining. I believe in love %  even u-licii not /eelms it. I believe ;.i Cod ei I 'i :W: as .. reu'flrd for fauh. MEKILTA. | ndi faith begins. BRATZLAV. \ .. u of si ( i'< -v religious eam< to doubl God when a great misfortune be/ell th< '• %  even though the> themselves were ti blflm< for it; hut u-e have never yet seen anyone irhc lost his faith because an undeserved forfell 10 his lot. 5CHNTTZLER. t The foundation <>/ service is faith. —ZEKAHIA. I I W'lie'e tea \V We must teach by practice and not only by preaching. Can we expect :i child readily to accept something that his parents have disregarded or actually hold in contempt? Have we the right to expect a child to abide by laws which his parents deride? Can we, in all honestv, believe that a child will choose a way of life that his parents re! gard as ancient and old-fashioned? Can we expect a child to frequent a House of Worship when his parents ignore it? Can we expect a child to have a high regard for Jewish education when that is the last thing his parents consider? We have no right to expect, not will we receive these things from our children unless we live the way we would like our children to live. We must make religion a part of our own life just as we would like it to be pan of our children's lives. m ; %  %  ,,! % %  %  % %  i:'i : %  %  '. %  :' %  %  %  '"' This page is prepared in coI operation U'ith the Spiritual LeadI ers of the Greater Miami Rabbin3 cal Assn. RABBI MAX A. LIPSCH1TZ Coordinator Contributor: RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF Gems of Wisdom By DAVID SCHWARTZ I see where there is complaint of a threatening rabbinical shortage. Back forty years ago, that was a more severe problem. The new congregations that were arising demanded English-speaking rabbis and those who were qualified in their Jewish-lore were often lacking in language. Many had to write their sermons with dictionaries at their elbow. Israel Zangwill spoke of some whose speaking reminded vou of "the dictionary in convulsions "Send him to a rabbinical colThere was the story of one rabbi I lege. he will get a stipend," said who looked into the dictionary for the elder Wise. So Joey went to CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER Conservative. 8755 SW 16th at.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. Fridav 7 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "How I'n You Count? I;y tni 'Number*' or In •> 'Wllderneaa'r DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Blcjaed Wanderer." Saturday 8jJ0 *.m. Berlin.11: "Portion Of the Week. — — FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi. Conservative. Hyman Coverman, president. Cantor Georfle Goldberg. Friday 6:30 p.m. Saturday i":3(> a.m. HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson St. Conservative. B a J> b David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th j TE MPLE NER TAMID ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. Frlda) 6:S0 p.m. Saturday :45 a.m. Drr*?? -)OK3ttr na *?o nxi ,rnmn roSrtn nnoo "7D3 'TTIT TT-:I %  i n!??i D-wnn ^a Vnn i -: f II' T i -.i : • : v T T : • : T • : T • T r: v K'H o^x .DDtzran SOD %  ? T T : • nHi 1 ? D-sin ran .o-na"? T I %  T : HD^nn ^ina wiW D^xtrii .—i3n DDBtem xiaam •I-T T:--: TT:-: ^j?1 fipTO n*7C? "H3iJ t^?3 QJ ,srx tt nyitf? 1^31 ni3i rim* ft fx DX .na^nn nnooa T T -: ~ I TRANSLATION The Talmodic Encyclopedia One who encounters a legal or Halachic term or subject or any word in Talmudic and Halachic literature and wishes to know their | „ im „^i v word than "pre-1 the rabbinical college. And general content or exact explanation can take the Talmudic Encyclopedia and find a comprehensive account of the subject in question or the word sought, and all that has been said about them in ^ggpracUcjng ^ tria i sermon the whole wide range of Haiacnic ^ .. Judaism j s a t its pinliterature, beginning with the days I wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative. Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz. Prldaj 8:30 p.m. Uraduailun exerciaes. Saturday 9 a.m. TEMPLE BETH SHOVOM.4144 Chase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kroniah. Cantor David Conviaer. TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 10000 NW 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabb. Henry B. Wernick. TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washingj ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving I Lehrman. Cantor Hirah Adler — e — TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th at. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. — e — TEMPLE JUDbH. 320 Palermo ave. Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet. FYlday 8:13 p.m. Rabbi William Sajo, wits, director, Southeast Council and South Florida Federation "f fnw.n of American Hebrew Congresratlona, will, officiate. KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrtield. Cantor Abraham Self. MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION. 1101 SW 12th ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein. Friday : %  "' p.m. Saturday 8:43 a.m. Sermon: "In the Wilderness. TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th at. j Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-i owitz. Can-.or Edward Klein. 80th st. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-, tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Samuel Gomberg. Friday 8:13 p.m. Hebrew school graduation exercises. Saturday 8:45 a.m. liar Mltsvah: Stuart, son of Mr. ana Mrs. luiiiili Mi r> Is, TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Friday 8:15 p.m Quest speaker, Rai>bl Daniel Lowy ''f Beth Israel Con-.' frregatlon, Washington, Pa. Bar Mltsvah: Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rosenthal. Saturday ll a.m., Rabbi Marlut Ranson iii officiate at, Bas Mltsvah %  -< Deborah, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Norman Steinberg;. MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern Traditional. OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr. — • — Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weberman. T|FERETH ISRAEL. 6600 N. Miami Friday 6:30 p".m Sermon: "Powei to know their a more j mp ressive word than "pre-1 the rabbinical exact explana%  He saw j t defined as was the start o aaaa-t. __ .Ma C* %  • ____ \ % %  n a~ Dnhlti If •pickled," so in his sermon he said, "we must pickle our Judaism!" And there was the story of the of the Tannaim (second century rabbinic authority) right down till today. The Encyclopedia has been written for scholars and rabbis who find it of assistance in their studies, or on the judicial bench, but it is also designed for people who are not scholars who wish to familiarize! nacle." -Ah," said one of the trustees, "he plays pinochle, let's elect him." The rabbinical colleges frequently turned to the orphan asylum. Stipends were offered to attract young men. Rabbi Stephen Wise once told me about a man who came to his fathRabbi Wise's father was also j themselves with various subjects in ^ rabbj abou nis son j ocv llalacha. and the Camera and Jew' ^ (hc troul)k wjlh joey?" ish Law. Its Hebrew style is fluent and easy and readable wen for those who are not well versed Halachic literature. "What can I do about him" He is no business man. He won't do i .. of the rabbinical career of Rabbi Joseph H. Hertz, later Chief Rabbi of the British Empire. I went to a rabbinical college for a short time. I left it with all its knowledge intact. All that I remember of my course was a bit of doggerel, which I picked up from the students, not the teachers, about Adam: •'Adam was the first man Eve was his wife They lived in a garden And led a happy life But Eve. she ate the apple And so they couldn't remain So they moved Into the suburbs And started raising Cain. Saturday 8:45 a.m. of Numbers." SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645 Collins ave. Cantor S. Nachmias. SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th at. C Klein. TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025 NE 183rd St., Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor Abraham Reisman. Friday 8:10 p.m. Sermon: "Sinai's Call Approaches." Saturday ••" %  Sermon: "Wisdom In the wilderness." TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. CantoCharles Kodner. Kiidav 7:30 p.m. Sermon: How I •> I Learn t" Pray." — • — TEMPLE BETH EL OF WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. Frlda> 8:13 P "> Bernum: A Lost Virtue." TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Reconstructionist. R a r. i I Morria Skop Cantor Herman Gottlieb. i i -. |. in Sermon: Reflecl • %  ..„ Twentt -flv. Years In thi Florida nate =M1 %  m ,=! ll,..i Man> R *•*' HOLLYReform 'Humility ave. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan. Zwitman. Cantor Albert Olantz. TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Leo Heim. — • — TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave. Conservative. Seymour Hinkes, cantor. — • — TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St.. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Friday 8:30 p.m. Installation of th< Temple's executive board, Sisterhood and Men's Club. Saturday H:30 a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Joel, sun of Mr. and Mrs Emanuel Moskowlts. — • — YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dlxl*) hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu. Friday 8:18 p.m. Sermon: "Education in our Times." Ones, Shabbat host: Sisterhood. '"i lMITirciltlSOBBSBBJ There is a general misconception p l should send him to about theological schools. Jackie ,, i. I have no money for Mason is not the first humorist who < •"college, but 1 have no mone. ^^ ^ nbbl .TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hoiiy (Published by Brit Ivrit Olamif) CANDLEUGHTING TIME 28 Iyar — 6:54 p.m.



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fv' Page 16-A %  Jen 1st HerMinn Friday. June 1. 1362 UN Hopes for Progress on Arab Refugee Solution Continued from Pag* 1-A s n • govarnmantal organizations accredited to rha United Nations, Sherwood MM, UN staff aide to Dr. Johnson, indicated that he and Dr. Johnson felt that there was less hatred toward Israel imong the younger people in the Arab refugee camps than there is among the older generation. "Some do have hatred," he said, "but most of them are interested primarily in one objective—jobs. Those who receive vocational training — and we do have far from encugh money to provide enough of that trainir j — -jo on into jobs." Meanwhile. Israel's Knesset rejected this week a motion by the Herut Party for a debate on the results of the Middle East mis-ion Goldmann Talks Defended Continued from Page 1-A position on the talks. While the meeting was secret, it was learned that all members of the executive expressed concern at the Israel Cabinet decision which resulted in a letter from the Prime Minister to Moshe Sharett, Jewish Agency executive chairman. The letter asked a clarification of Dr. Goldman's diplomatic activities. The executive also decided at it* lengthy meeting, to meet with -he Israel Cabinet, with the initiate of arranging such a meeting left to the Israel Government. There were reports that a private meeting might be arranged between Dr. Goldman and Mrs. Golda Meir. Israel's Foreign Minister. ^ who reportedly said she wished to | meet with Dr. Goldman. The cabinet decision to send a letter to the Jew ish Agency execu-i live was adopted by the votes of, Mapai Ministers only, it was learn-1 td. The other Cabinet members; wanted to refrain from any such action until Dr. Goldman's arrival in Israel. The Government is understood to feel that Dr. Goldman should account for his activities to the Jewish Agency executive which should then inform the Government of its reaction. Mr ShareH told the Government—after he received the Ben-Gurion letter—that Dr. Goldman was in contact with the Israel Embassy in Washington before his talk with Talhot concluded in the area last week by Dr. Johnson, charged with exploring ways to ease the impasse between the Arab states and Israel regarding the Arab refugee problem. Arieh Altman. of Herut. told the Knesset that the body should be given 'clear, public disclosures" about the Government's conversations with Dr. Johnson. During his j five-week tour of the Middle East. | Dr. Johnson visited Jerusalem i .wice. starting and finishing his tcur with conferences w ith Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion and I Foreign Minister Gclda Meir. Mr Altman cited a Knesset resolution of nearly a year ago. when it w as decided by Parliament that Israel's official policy involves the >ures on our Government to vield on the subject, and may have the gravest consequences regarding Israel's security." Mrs. Meir replied that the Knesset's committee on principle that the Arab refugees; secur i ty an d foreign affairhai must not be readmitted. He warn-1 been kept "fully informed" en the ned that alteration of the policy, subject. Herat's motion failed to "may presage an offensive of pres<*tain support. Miamian at Seminar Henry M Gilbert attended a life insurance pension seminar at Jacksjnville last Saturday for Florida representatives of National Life In&urance company of Vermont. #"**A^>*^>*^^'*'^ Soviets Argue Against Patrol Continued from Page 1A the world court for an advisory • Pinion. Abram L. 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Page 2-A jVn/*f fhrili^r Friday. June 1, 1962 Israel Consul Dover Greets Miami Jewry on Israel Independence Fete • In blood and flames the new Slate was born. The battles tor, freedom steeled the citizens of the' i>ew country and cemented them itiot d society, the structure of. v. hich. In spite of all i.s diversity.' has remained unshaken." Zeev | Dover declared in a message here Wednesday to the Greater Miami Jewish community Dover is Consul ol Israel 'or the Southeast region of the Unite ; states, with offices in Atlanta, Ga. Consul Dover extended greetings to the communit) on the occasion of 1 Israel's I4J) anniversarj >i inde-! I., ndence Declared the Israel Consul : "On the occasion of Israel's inde-j pendeace celebratioi, my wife andi I xtend greetings to all the friends %  ot Israel in ini.part of the U S.A. "Fourteen vears ago Friday, the 5th rfay of lyar, the elected representatives of the Yishov declared our country's independence. The rejoicing and the feelings of claton which every man, woman and child experienced cannot be retold in words, but they were unforgettable. Few people went to sleep on that Friday n'ght. Early on the Shabbat mornirg my family, like tens of thousands of others throughout NEWLY DECORATED AIR-CONDITIONED HALL [for Weddings, Bor Mitzvahs, Par] I ties, Meetings (Rooms and Hal' Call the Israelite Center Hall HI 6-6645 Ihe country was outside watchirg the sen rie over Our sovereign State for the first time after neariy two-thousand years of wardering, d spersion and subjugation A rw" era, the Third Jewish C;mmor.wea.th, had been usherec* in ••.As we v itched the rays of the i.n glid from the Judaean hills .%  %  %  full ol thanksj and ice, undimme I y the nemj planes v hich appeare I in tur skies and .lit expire the -first bomDs ;n our ci "in lo ; and tlames the new State waa b rn. T/he bati I i En edorn I h • lens I I new country and cemente i'lto a soci tj the struct:"-.' Of which, in spite of al! its divers tied unshaki h ire i -• : :•-. %  gei II I adi rsitii ur peo] %  ke I, sang and : •• I whili the> work.I he ZttV DOVER II ; %  |i %  :•' | ate : •% %  %  • i • % %  i tustei the firsl ••I will n >t recin ... irogress Israel is n :• all sphei. %  if human ei leax ir W take pi our country has w on in the fourteen years ot its existence amongst the nations of the world, old and new on alt continents ot the globe. "We stand for truly democratic government, for social justice, for cultural creativity, and close attention to education and training, for spectacular economic progress and the ability to defend ourselves. "Our^ is -i very dynamic country and things do not stand still. Our population is rapidly growing, the social patterns are constantly changing. The one outstanding factor which has remained unchanged throughout the years and which is the pivoted feature in Jewish life. i> the close Kinship and partnership of soul and spirit, the hopes aspirations shared b) all Jews wherever the) live, in Israel, the I S.A.. or elsewhere "Jewish fate and world events continuously create new challenge] ;md new tasks for this partnership which embodies the hope and the promise for a distinctive role and contribution our people may lie called upon to play in the destiny of man." 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by ISABEL GROVE Double celebration for Judge Theodore Nelson, of Bav Harbor Wands, the occasion for a family dinner party at PaoletU's hosted by his mother, Mrs. Lillian Nelson Wishing him "Many Happy Returns'* on his 36th birthday and his appointment for the 12th consecutive year as Municipal Judge, vivacious wife Suki, brother Don and his wife, and sister Judy and husband Dave Drucker rbe Nelson-Drucker clan an active group of people with their talents divided between academic and musical interests In addition to his duties as Town Judge, Ted is working on a Master's in taxation evenings at the University of Miami, and Suki maintains a busy piano teaching schedule With his mother, they present Jewish music programs to various clubs and organizations They and their two children recently moved into a new home at 9911 W. Broadview David Drucker is president of the Men's Club at Beth Sholom, v here wife Judy, well-known singer, is vice president of the Sisterhood There are three Drucker children in the household Although Don Nelson has an LLB from the I'M, he's presently a builder in Hallandale ... He and hij wife, the former Marsha 1'alay, are expecting their fourth child .soon, the ninth grandchild for Lillian. F.arly June will find many members of the Altman and Berne families in Atlanta. Ga. Multiple attractions are Jaek I. Berne's graduation from Emory University dental school June 11, the imminent arrival of a first child for Jack and his wife, the former Helen Altman, and Helen's brother, Allan, who is also a student at Emory Future grandparents, Sylvia and Sam Altman, will leave here June 6 with son Robert Parents of the new dentist, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Berne will arrive in Atlanta after a visit to New York The Hyman Lerners off to New York for the entire summer Looking forward to a first glimpse of a brand new great-grandchild and graduation exercises of a grandson Before leaving, they were guests of honor at a farewell party given by the Miami Friendly Social Club planned by the Jacob Braffs A gift lor remembrance was a gold charm presented to them by the Max G.trshagS, the Isador Silvers, the Henry Garrisons and Mrs. Anna Levine Other members of the club planning summers away from the Gold Coast, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Aronson, who will be visiting with their children in Tonowanda, Pa. And the Max Clicks, of 402 SW 18th ave., traveling north to attend the June wedding of a niece in Elizabeth. N. J.. who will spend their vacation with their children. • A startled gasp and c few tears from Kitty and Samuel Z. Sakrais was proof that the surprise planned by Dr. Leonard M S.nkrais with the aid of his sister. Lois, for their parents was a complete success Held at the Seville hotel last Saturday. 40 relatives and close friends gathered round the happy couple celebrating their 40th wedding anniversary Dinner at beautifully decorated horse-shoe table, menus with a photo of the honored couple, dancing and a floor show completed a memorable and happy evening Here from Long Island for the celebration. Kitty's brothers and their wives, Dr. and Mrs Charles Goldstein, Dr. and Mrs. Sam Gilmore, and Dr. and Mrs. Harry Gilmore Reminiscing with them of other family gatherings, Sam's sister and her husband. Florence and Nat B;.rth, and Lois and Marshall Jacobs, their daughter and son-in-law Other guests were the A. Arthur Pekelners. the Louis Goldmans, Mr. and Mrs. lrwin Liss. the Al Harrows, the Murry Almans. the Louis Bidermans, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Miller. Mr., and Mrs Miirry Moscovitz. Mr. and Mrs Joe Cohen, the Nathan II. Kattners. the Arnold Perlsteins, the David Hirshbergs. Mr. and Mrs. Sanlord Jacobson, Mrs. Dorothy Knegcr Fink, Mrs. Ann Melnick. Mrs Rose Kaplan, and Mr. and Mrs Kmanuel Karger. • • A surprise birthday dinner party given Tuesday evening at the Embers restaurant for Irv Rubin, owner of the Pub on Coral Way Hostess was Irv's pixie wife Barbara for a group of eight The Rubins leaving their Miami Beach home on the 14th for a four-week European trip with Scotland, England, France and Spain on the itinerary ... A surprise of a different kind for Joel and Rea La Pato. of North Miami Beach ... A whirlwind courtship of their daughter, Leona Louise, by Allan H. Zane whom she met very recently, finds them suddenlv plunged into plans for a wedding July 1 at Beth Torah Congregation Prospective bridegroom, son of the Sam Zanes, has chosen New York for the honeymoon Everv woman's dream come true for Bea Lapidus Husband Morris architect, has given her carte blanche in choosing accessories for the International Inn in Washington. DC and the Americana in New York They're on an international shopping tour and Bea. as purchasing agent, will he able to make her choice of beautiful things in Vienna, the Scandinavian countries. France and England They'll be back around June 20 Dr I Wm Lippman leaving to attend the ">0th reunion of his \,-w York University medical class Alumni of 12 to meet in New York on June t> with the closing banquet to he held on the 20th Among his many activities, Dr. Lippman is a member ot the Miami Beach Mayor's Safety Committee. Although Ben and Esther Boskin. of 4399 SW 2nd si have j.ist returned from a Iwo-month trip abroad, the) >" enjoyed their five weeks in Israel the} are planning to return as soon as they can Jetting everywhere <>n this, their first jaunt, the Boskins managed several weeks in Home. Florence and Venice, a few days Fn Lucerne and Zurich, and even time In Pans an L.on n Stopped off in New York on the way hack to give then lamllj their impressions and experiences and to distribute the many gifts they had accumulated for them while traveling. Winging in from Chicago, where he is design consultant of Dl clear enough caterer. when hr identified himself The Victor ("Calorie Countdown" Lindlahrs 4746 Alton rd, dinner hosts at King Arthur's Court prior to leaving prior to leavi for c; ol h Mil Town Plans include a week slay mWestpoit. l!onn as ,i ulcjiestl of the Richard Ettingers He's chairman of the board of Hie Premiss Hall Publishing CO cut f> a th> 1(/c ovnan s "World "cjTewisiti FloridhmQ Miami, Florida, Friday, June 1, 1962 Section B At the installation meeting of the Florida chapter of the Women's Branch of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America are standing (left to right) Mrs. Jonah Caplan, board member; Mrs. Alfred Stone, installing officer; Mrs. Solomon Schiff, board member; Mrs. Max Rappaport, treasurer; Mrs. Abraham Levitan. board member; Mrs. Frank Fine, executive vice president; Miss Annette Levitt, board member. Seated are Mrs. Samuel ErsEnjoying a festive dinner of tribute held under the auspices of the Israel Bond Organization last Sunday night at the Diplomat were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Friedland and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Friedlcnd. Their father. Samuel Friedland, was one of the four honcrees at the occasion. (See 'Charmingly Yours,' Page 9-B.) off, board member; Mrs. Harry Personik, president; and Mrs. Max Gutmann, vice president. Other new officers not shown are Mrs. Seymour Schwartz, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Hyman Galbut, recording secretary; Mrs. A. S. Weger, financial secretary. Board members not shown are Mrs. Sidney Rosenberg, Mrs. Harry Lerner, Mrs. Flora Stone, Mrs. Saul Kalchman, Mrs. Abraham Seif, Mrs. Milton Goltlieb, and Mrs. Adolph Kratish. Mrs. Shaw Conducts Meeting Mrs. Murray A. Shaw, newly-inslalled president of Ner Tamid Sisterhood, conducted a group meeting Wednesday in Sklar Auditorium. During the business portion of the agenda, reports were given on fund-raising projects which help maintain the religious school and pay for air-conditioning the main sanctuary. Highlight of the evening was a review of Rabbi Milton Steinberg's "As a Driven Leaf," presented by Mrs. Eugene Labovitz. who also led a discussion of the festival of Shavuot. Mrs. Frank Cohn was program chairman Membership vice president Mrs. Jack Greenberg lit a candle on a special cake for each member cerebrating her birthday in May Mt. Nebo. Mrs Charles Rosenblatt, well-known local artist, presents an oriqinal painting. "Sabbath." depicting religious objects used for the Friday night traditional table setting, to the Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-El. The painting will be hunq in the Sisterhood Lounge in the North Branch building of Temple EmanuEl Left is Mrs. Sol Goldstein, president of the Sisterhood. Dr. Irving Lehrman is spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El. Starlight Swim Set Saturday Westbrooke Country Club i> having a "Starlighl Swim N'Swing Soiree" on Saturday night. Chairing the combination suim and dance party, to he topped off with a midnight supper pool-side, are Vis. Lewis Levin. Mrs. Sheldon Kay and Mrs Harold Pomerantz. Also scheduled at the club Saturday night is the Lorber bowling banquet to he held in the Walnut room The Westbrooke Players, drama group a: the club, are planning a musical comedy revue for their first .-how. In the cast are Ken Feldman, Herb Green, George Newman and 'us wife I.il. Phil Weiner. Mrs .lack Raymon I, .Mis. Frank Parker. Mrs. Paul Low. Mrs Ivy Huh. Mrs. Sheldon Kay. Mrs. Harold Pomerantz. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Finkelstein, Mrs Alia;, Goldfin, and Ron Levitt. Mike Feldman. who has played throughout the country professionally as Mike Fields, is directing the revue.



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^Jewislli Flaridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 35 Number 22 Miami. Florida. Friday. June 1. 1962 Two Sections — Price 20' oose Tightens for Adolf Ekhmann FRIEDMAN ELECTED bbbis Urge Viiied Moves Soviet Jews ;i\. -:I\ LAKE. N.Y.-(JTA) |h. ibinical Assembly, cen• the Conservative rabi-, MM upon the American iisi mmunity this week to |fei agree upon unified act, it "the threat to Jewlift the Soviet Union." hh • lution was one of a piti, : pled here at the con|. ihe Assembly*! 32nd an.ention. The measure th the situation of Rus• 000 Jews proposed until \ ican-Jewiata action on the lo:. three points: "A program |t constantly seek to im: ( anguished concern of I Jewry over the fate of' |ir i. %  ligionists in the USSR; a ir!> tormulated demand that an i rights and facilities and es afl T Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion on some ACTIONS UNIT MtlTS ... 7 A JERUSALEM % %  (JTA) The r i rican Jewish common called upon by the C'onserCcntinued on Page 9-A iplomatk talkDr Goldman held recently. One was in Washington with 1'hillips Talbot, Assistant Secretary Ol State for Near Eastern Affairs The other was in New York with I)r Joseph K Johnson, the United Nations Palestine Conciliation Commission special envoy on Palestine refugee problems The executive, after a fourhour meeting, expressed "general agreement with Dr. Goldman's Associate Justice of ihe Supreme Continued on Page 10-A UN Hopeful on Progress For Solution of Arab Refugee Issue UNITED NATIONS—(JTA>—The United Nations has very high hopes'' that genuine progress toward the solution of the touchy Arab refugee problem may be reported to the next General Assembly, in September, by Dr Joseph E. Johnson, special emissary of the IN Palestine Conciliation Commission, who returned this week from the Middle East. Dr. Johnson spent five weeks discussing ihe Arab refugee problem with heads of the governments of Israel. Egypt, Syria. Jordan and Lebanon. He is expected to report to the full Palestine Conciliation Commission next week. It was indicated that he will continue his THE HAGUE — (JTA) —The In lion to pay the costs of maintaining talks en the refugee issue with repternational Court of Justice was United Nations peace forces in the told by a representative of the SovReds Argue Against UN Patrol Force at Gaza Strip Continued on Page 16A te/7 Gurion Attacks Zionism; \Sharett Offers Public Refutation The Premiers address was repeatedly interrupted by Moshe Sharett, chairman of the Jewish if. I. \\ IV (JTA I Prime David Ben-Gurion delivstrong attack on Zionism. his pre* io\is statements ject Including the eon n Zionists had built I s aking in one of his more | reni moods, Mr Hen Gurion I How many Moroccan Jews t hekels and now many of • < gates participated 111 resses? Yet it is the) built Dimona," he declared ak • in Yiddish at an Ichud •mu m< i ling here devote I to the importance of the Zionist l( uls federation on ] •. in, Mr Ben-Gurion as1 that "today's challenge for |"ild Jewry is aUya He urged rj Jewish community, even smallest of towns, should send one person to live here. Me led for a new approach to have iet Government this week that Moscow does not consider itself obligated to contribute to the upkeep of the United Nations Emergency Force on the Israel-Egyptian 1 or er, because this force had been established by the United Nations aa result of "British, French and Israeli aggression The argument was presented to the World Court here by Prof. ('.. I. Tunkin. Soviet Foreign MlniStT) expert on international law, in contrast to arguments bj the United States pointing out that, under the United Nations Charter, all UN member slates arc under obliga resentatives of the Arab and Israel governments here in the next Middle East, Congo and elsewhere. (WQ months He may also go back The opposing arguments between the United States and the Soviet Union developed as the International Court of Justice began its second week of hearings on the iisue. The Soviet bloc and a number of other nations have refused to pay their assessments for the expense of maintaining the United Nations Emergency Force on the Israel Egypt ian border and in the Congo. The l'N General Assemblj asked Continued on Page 16A to the Middle East in August for further discussion. His report to the General Assembly will not be drafted until September. Addressing the annual conference of representatives of 150 Continued on Page 16A Continued on Page 2-A DR. STANFORD WILL SPEAK AT ANNUAL MEETING Federation to Hear New UM Prexy Dr Ilenrv King Stanford, newly appointed president of the Unident, I)r ll.ni> MI. B| u ^ r |f |h( Greater M|am ,,,,,.1 versity ol Miami. Co-chafrmen'oVarecepUon committee for Dr. Stanford are Max Oroviti, Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Sam Blank, and Arthur Ungar. Dr. Stanford, former president of Birmingham Southern College, th from the free world come to will take over July 1 from Dr rael. Jay F. W Pearson, president since January, 1953, who will become chancellor. Dr. Stanford will be the university's third president. Dr. Bow man Foster Ashe. founding presiserved from the university's i pening in 1926 until his eath Pec 16, 1952 A J Harris. Federation president, said "it's most fitting that |ir Stanford should be welcomed to Miami on this occasion "Federation is the central organisation of our Jewish community, anci our annual diner is the most Continued on Page 3 A DR. HtNRr STANFORD



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Faqe 14-B • Jen 1st fhrirfUftr Friday, June 1, 1962 Camp Judaea Opening Season Camp Judaea will launch its tenth season of camping this summer— the second at its own camp site Located six miles east of Menderfconville, N C in 'he Blue Ridge Mountains. Camp Judea features special summer experiences tor Jewish campers. Camp Judaea is under the supervision of George Stern, director of the Southeastern Zionist Youth Commission. Stern said that the purpose of the camp is 'to provide a unique and dynamic summer camping program which emphasizes Jewish culture and tradition; to translate into a living experience the Zionist ideals of its sponsoring organizations: to develop in youth the ideals of American freedom, community responsibility, a sensitive appreciation of the peoplehood of Jewry, a bond with the land of I-rael. "and an understanding of I deovlion to the great religious and ethical precepts of Judaism." Camp Judaea's staffers are college men and women, educators, and group workers. Many of them have spent from a summer to a year in Israel. The camp has close ties with the youth of the State of Israel, according to Stern. The Brother movement Of Young Judaea is the Tsofim— Scouts nf Israel. Part of us yearround educational program features Tsofim working lull-time in the V ... Ju laea movement." In Berger, leader of the Tsofim, ys an active role in the program of Camp Judaea. Stern explained The camp annuallj features imming, riflery, archery, all land sports, campcraft. and crafts and dramatics. een a new ndy beach, ini llion, and counselor's lounj Pearly Gait by Hal Pearl Cent. Air-Cond. I Ind. Con. 1 ,ROMWELlu MOTH (l On The Occon or 20th Street BERNARD TABBA? Calvert Names New Vice Pres. By Special Report NEW YORK — Bernard Tabbat has been promoted to the position of executive vice president of Calvert Distillers Company Tabbat leaves his posl as Western Division manager for SeagramDistillers Company, another unit in the Seagram affiliated companies, succeed Harold S. Lee, who announced his retirement from the companj last week. Tabbal has had broad experience with the Seagram company sino 1946 in ke> sales and markel executive capacities at both national and divisional levels. He has served as national marketing director, as well as assistant to the executive vice president of Seagram-Distillers Company and. since 1959, as Seagram Western 11 \ ision manager. Calvert Distillers I >mi any markits Lord Calvert and Calvert Reserve American whiskies, and CalDry Gin. > *O0 HfcH PERS. DA.LY 1 Dble. Occi.p. S^50 PER DAY N i -at. '" MM July Single Occup. Aujust $3.Sitp*rdfl •%  '• r M >' Dietary Laws A Sat bath Ot>,-ved. Religious Serv Daily • Fu': T r-i e Mashgiach on Premises • FREE; 21" TV. Radio, eacn room • Sell. Parking adjoins Ho>el • Day C imp Nioht Patrol • Chaise Li.iget 4 Mats • Enlerti.rmentn.g"' ,J many other stafeatures • Private BeachAPcol • Cabara,*ith parking at reasonable rates • Call ABE GEFTER JE 4-2141 June II Sept. X Reserve now for the High Hoi toys. Doily, Per Person, Double 0::. 35 ROOMS SV to July 11' From*Jl iH .<,„g i une < S INCLUDES 2 MUS 8 Eszma DAVID ROSNERS Mil root (i>MS HOT OWNERS fo2 Peop'i S 14 50 %  %  .. SNtTCTLr COOKING FREE MENU & INFORMATION IIAKFK.MST 1381 Washinctan Ave. Miamian at Seminar Henry M. Gilbert lack. ..;;. si foi Florida repn any of Verm 4 < i < < < Starting Today CFriday, Way 25thJ Kosher >1o include as much goll .is you can plaj Pridaj through Sunday at no extra char < Superb facilities awail tin mil) at Doral. • • • THIS WEEK'S MOVIES-. "Onl> Two Can Pla; th< spicy confection, starring Peter Sellers and Mai Zetterlins and a supt-rb comedy ea Carib on the Bead This .choi< rs* role as a lul rVelsh townshi) to sei His entai Mai 2 tions a er My Lovi ipoft sei %  while R %  al D< IIa Ro< "The Children's Hour," co-starring Audrey Hepburn and Shirley Maclain, is the weekend feature at the Normandie. • ar prices. %  %  • • POOL • Wll El A\ [ rtt;fr?V/inON$: CALL JE 1 6881 MTM KfmiTlltiST RMWMKIifUt GRANADA HOTEL 1013 MERID.AN AVE MIAMI BEACH Phone: JE 10496 OPEN Alt rfAR con p r wfek *AII P" pt"" 2 in room ALL ROOMS 3 KOSHER IY.EAIS DAILY Salt & Sugar Free Diets C.itered To EVA & TERRV SPONDE' Ownership V'gmt. KING ARTHUR'S COURT The SINGING STRINGS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART BRUNS. Co-Ownsr



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%  June 1, 1%2 *J*n i*t fit rHi^nr Page 3-A %  -f books In the human relations iield is being pre.: to the University of Miami Library by the American h Committee, Greater Miami chapter, in honor of Rep. Fascell. At presentation ceremonies are ileft to rightl : Fleeman, president of the Greater Miami chapter; Dr. • L. McNeal, director of UM Libraries; Seymour Samet. live diiector of American Jewish Committee affairs in >i Miami; Dr. Herbert L. Seamans, chairman. University ni Human Relations Department; end Rep. Fascel!. Federation to Hear New Univ. of Miami President Continued from Page 1A %  • eveni of the year Tr • inter* st has been shown I (hi area in Dr, SI) ent. and,wi are de. I : linni r— one ear's i el • ors Fed %  as th< : • ... [fairs in Atlanta, Ga., Dr Stanholdj BA and MA degrees E-^-ory University, an MS from the University or Denvi .vid a PhD in political science 'rom New York Universe began his teaching .it Emery, then served on 'he Ci-orgia Tech, University of Denver and New York Ur.iverS'ty 'acuities, before being en5*9*0 oy the board of regents of the University of Georgia system .n 1948. this board's direction, he president ol G i -i. TII College and G' ullege [or Women, and as oi the Univi rsitj Center ii. which worked with sev -ututions in Atlanta After a is assistant chancellor ol the a system, he went t" Tur•" 5 : r a year as director ol a DOG RACING EVERY NiGHT SXCKPT SUNOAV • KYI Inti nati lion Admii stral L'pon relui .. me I'M %  Southt also has b< • %  tees of \--. Amen an Col; %  mission o! %  • th ern Vssocii Is Dr Stanford is n Beth Am Plans Joint Installation Saturday Eve Ins nner dance fur of'HI rs ai ird ol directors of Temple licth Am. its Sisterhi i Bn hcrhoi ; ill be held in joint cert monit ai the Tup of the I rgladt i n Saturdaj evening. .MrMarshal! Fever, cnairman, •..ul thai Rabbi Herb rl Baumitard, spiritual leader ol Beth Am, and Rabbi William Sajowitz, din (:i r ol the Southeast Federation ol lh L'nicn of American Hebrew Coi wil do the install%  ing. Eleaz( r On ensU in ill be masti r ol ten monies, and Cantor Cl ai Kodner will be heard in a musical program sepl Allschulli r i president "i i T> mi .i Other Befh Am congregi tion Dfficers are Bj run S. Crierkj xecutive vice president; Norman Green, Alan Kessler and Hilton Russinof, vice presidents; Mrs Joshua Segal, treasurer; .lack Aeirglass. financial secretary; Mr\...•;.( Wyman. recording secn lai %  \ir> Lewis Gillis, cor II -i %  set r< tarj %  ct< rs are Jerome Murray Dubbin. Marshall Feuer, • • Greensti in Sig Glukstad, mai Ki llmai Albt rt B Levine. Bernard Litman, George Stalin. %  | h Mi liters, Sti nit > Mayi rson, Miltoi Rapport, i R %  Jost ph Solomon, Ed -.i n Dr Ri I ert Tanner, and nai VVeksler seph Milii n I ok office as presthe Temple Beth Am Broth \ • Koul iexecutive y Ci president: Jack Dulbert. first vice president: Edward Stern, gee %  i -. lenl. red Schuartz. se< retary; Max rding set retary; and r tors an Darnel i Farkas, Ivan Fisher, Donald Frank Nathai Games Bei i I Shit Is Si muel Mt. Sinai Hospitcl Blood Bank switched roles Friday and became the donor rather than the recipient, when the hospital honored Charles W. Mauch on the occasion of his retirement as supervisor oi the Miami Beach Tax Department. Mauch. chairman of the Miami Beach Employees' BIcod Bank which processed the blood for use at Mt. Sinai Hospital for many years, is shown receivinq a plaque from Dr. Mark B. Cirhn, recresenting Mt. Sinai, while Blood Bank office manager. Mrs. Ann Hcusmon, smiles her approval. Schwartz Named To TV Staff George Schwartz has been named t th< ti n ol WTVJ Cil. 4 • ..•:.• ... :... the vacancy caust d the resignation ol Bud a veterai VVTVJ, who .going inl busines St,, n, Dr H< nr> Wechsberg Di ,\. lib and Rol erl Wolk. Mrs Byron Chert ihi presidency it the Temple Sis !< rh "d in thi nsta lation flies Sei -•• rj St I B.. •: %  letails for himself run In Miami. A substitute director lor the past year, Schwartz has teen on the production stall for seven years. Ht will direct Popeye Playlioust O'clock Xt '. and the 11 p.m. news, weather and spurt.proins A graduate i • the University of Miami ra io-television department, Schwartz the U.S Army. when ... ned to special ervices in tt It isi n covering m test Yucca Flats the firsl ion nation in Ethioj / ; "' 11 •, ; V < %  %  NO MINORS June!-Sept. 15 Current D'. Rate on Savings INSURED SAVINGS • LOW COST HOME LOANS 4 PAID AND COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY Your doctor is a specialist... and so is Dade Federal To be a doctor requires years of very specialized training, followed by constant research and studyto keep up with the new drugs, newmethods of diagnosis, new 6urgioal techniques and other changes in the medical field. In order to give you the best possible medical and surgical care, your doctor must indeed be a specialist. The folks at Dade Federal are specialists tooin savings and home financing. Like the doctor, they have devoted years of study to their chosen field. Their specialized knowledge enables them to give you the best possible advice on your savings program and home financing needs. "One of Ihe Notion ,'s Ordesf ond iorgesf 0ade Federal JAVINGS o 0 c A aeattah Branch # North k 101 E. Plaglor S;. 1400 N.W. 36i* o". 12370 N.W. 7V T •SIT Branch EaisoCe-tcB-a-ci 1801 S.W. 6-." St. 5800 N.W. Tth Ave. '.ON DOLLARS



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June k H tefi Hnrrlliiinn Page 11-3 !•. • HW V-AAA I In Runovf Here Tuesday • rui -v Tuesday • reel" r Arthur PatI ie Mi i %  • I tricl for Metro .don : • ughl con%  ,.,i %  -. Patti % %  --" %  % % % %  James High b> 11 'B i" 512 i : stricl '. .' rl Brah • irj '• Kenzie, 10.456 %  strii • liter Weiss, twoeived only ..'in %  inseated by Long, i, <' In roup 2 B l Commis, % %  yeai 3 membership of fern Carter i ml n led as state. ra I %  • 243.868 tallies p de coi was outdisi by his v > '' nt, Jim Blanion. who cat r i Da Ie 39.586 to s 29.158 in 'in' run •£( .'i Group ."> for Or, %  Courl was ;i close vie%  : r mi urn : idge Ralph ( > I nil, : who -I 36.602 votes ,:•: %  ; I •..ipponent, Si •... tro J k M Turner In the race fir Constable, Disit v i • •"' W Gilbert. 16.er Mai Re i Christmas, In D • • t 2 Ray Bradley close •' i'h 3.993 tal! %  ',-• %  % % %  ••' 706 Fi : bchoi I I, District l. it %  as Jim :. %  Irii 10.368, over (i 3 189 In DisHo Iraddock, in an %  ictorj. i in lilj defeated inm Euni %  P Anderson Tallies ere 33,173 to 30.255 I: 'bo [nl i • I \ ivigation race, Democratic, it *as Harvey 11 Bak537, to Stanley Goldberg, 26.91 In other races, I imes J. James and Mrs. Malvir Englander, wife • : the Miami Beach vice mayor, elected I > the state DemolU Executi immittee. James %  ed 11.817, > %  r his nearest op-, ponent, Ha) • K)d Sr. 10.722. Mrs Englan jarnered 12.452. In top her nearest opponent.; Sylvia S. Fri >dmai B.732 S jr •-. District 3, it ;.. berl v n in a vieei ent, Paul •' Becca Men's Club Snsfa.i's Officers Wal'i th Bi ach Mei Cli i) al Ihe or nization's annual banquel last Saturday at the Al Biers hotel. i %  owitz was the recent recipient of a Congressional appointir.enl as counsel to the sub-commit' lee on aging. Vice Mayor of the City of Miami and Circuit Court Judge-elect Henry Balaban installed the new officers Other officers installed were Murray Fiction and Sol Roth, vice president; Harry Perkel, recording secretary; and Louis Weissman, corresponding secretary, Eight graduates of the Central Hebrew Kiqh School received their dp'.omas at graduation exercises of the Bureau of Jewish Education at Temp'e Israel on Monday. Seated are Rebecca Reiter, Melvyn Rubin. Linda Schwartzman. Standing are Victor Fishman. Rita Biegel. Karen Reiter, Barbara Bolker, and Robert Stone Diplomas were also distributed to Junior High School graduates of Beth David Congreaation, Temple Beth Sholem of Hollywood, Israelite Center and Temple Menorah. Address to the graduates was made by Hcrry Simonhoff on "The Jews in the Civil War." Jacob and Adele Kaplan Award of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn. went to Fred Silverman • Daniel Weiss, of Beth David Congregation. The Ratner family and Israel Shapoff prizes weie awarded to Barbara Bolker and Karen Reiter, of the Hebrew Hiah School. The Jewish Educators Council award went to Rita Beigel. Miami Rabbis Sign Tahara' Statement T. 2.793 to Karp ro Head Befh Torah Men \, y presi Ie I Beth Ton h • eation Men's Club is Ben Kan ho has served on the board w*BEN KAKP and on committees >f the club for nan) -. ars. Other new ifficers are Louis Sahm and George Saks, vice presidents, Louis Pincus. corresponding secretary; Samuel Funt, recording secretary; Stanley Josovltj, publicity J ihn J. Werner, treasurer. Tru! teea are Dr. Morns Greenberg, Kobert B-iumohl. Si Wurnv brand Neil Shteir, Channon Band and Julius Welner. ELECTRIC GLASS I0TT0M tOATS The Greater Miami Chevra Kadisha, Nathan Ginsburg. president, this week issued a statement signed by local spiritual leaders urging the the deceased must receive a •Tahara from the organization or any duly constituted Chevra Kadisha and Chesed Shel Ernes." The statement declared that "a certificate issued by the Chevra Kadisha is the only guarantee that a proper Tahara* was performed." and revealed that "we are informing all rabbis throughout the country to demand this ertificate upon arrival ol a transported body, in order to establish that the proper rites wen rfoi ned." Declared the local Chevra Kadisha: "One who deprives a Jewish body of the Tahara' ritual, deprives a Jew of his most sacred religious rights; it prevents him from receiving a prcper Jewish burial service in keeping with the time-honored traditions of his lorefathers." Signing I went here were Rabbis Abraham Korf., Solomon Schiff, Joseph Rackovkj Harol I Richter Phu eas W< man Sherwin Si,! r Stern. H Louis Rottmari Isaa Ever Sheldon Steinn.etz Ui< '" |;a Zwitmai K • Dade Heights Has Registration Kind 2a %  I running ,.,„.... Thursday, May % %  Mrs \ l It" •" '" tne kiuderi rt : has advised parmill September. ,„ light ol the limited number Of openings Classes include nursery, for children who will be 3 by December 1962; junior kindergarten, tor 4w ; ,:„ lds b, the same date; and senior kindergarten, for 5-year A 'M program will be senior kindergarten In a session from 9 a in. to 2 p.m Israelite Center Picnic On Sunday, the Israelite Center religious school picnic will be held : „ Homestead City Park. Homeu : ,d cavalcade if cars will leave the Center at 9 a fl Games are planned for the children, and "freshments will be served by the Uora stem Sisterho 11 The signing spiritual leaders declared tiiat "we will only officiate i at funerals or burial services where the sacred rites of the Ta-1 hara' have been observed." The statement said that "survivors have neither the moral nor the ethical right to deprive their loved ones of the Jewish burial procedure, of which the "Tahara is an essential part.'" Hialeah Reform Opens Sanctuary i in Sunday, June 3. at 2 p.m the Hialeah Reform Jewish Congregation will dedicate its now home and sanctuary at 595 W. 68th si.. Hialeah. Installation of new officers and hoar I members for the Temple and Sisterhood will he held at the same time. Started two years ago with a pioneer group of 11 families, the congregation now has a membership of 40 families and with a home and address hopes to attract other members in the area. Guest speaker w ill be Sen. Claude Popper. Jack Cherry, president of the Hialeah Council, will give a message of welcome. Officiating rabbis will be Dr. Marius Ransnn, spiritual leader of the congregation, and Rabbi William Sajowltz, director of the Southeast region. L'nion of American Hebrew Congregations. Miamian Gets AF Commission Bernard M. Stein, son of Mrs. Charles Towle, 2151 NW 17th st„ has been commissioned a second lieutenant and awarded his navigator wings in the United States Air Force following his graduation [from navigator training at Hariinren AFB, Tex. Lt, Stein, a graduate of the University of Florida, received radar and celestial navigation training i.i Air Force T-29 "Flying Classroom aircraft. He will be reassigned ta Mather AFB. Calif, for advance! training. The lieutenant is a member ; Kappa Sigma. His father. Barney Stein, lives in Las Vegas. Nev. Iran is Topic Of UN Talk The United Nations study grou; will meet on Tuesday evening at the Miami Beach Federal Savings j and Loan Assn. Dr. Arthur Phillips will be gue<: speaker and the subject for discussion will be "Iran." The meeting is open to the public Mrs. Anna Weiss is chairman ol the group. 43M K To Miamians — Whe Are Specialists in THE ART OF RELAXATION ENJOY THE BEST OF VACATIONS at the Finest Northern Resort C/a/en


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* Jmis* /* rAatotf Fridcy luce I l%2 A;V^S Of "-= WEEK r i %  Loci t r •' s mosl • I."".' modem ten grams d her busbar %  %  %  %  '--— %  if .-• .... Ireac :.;.%  I I ry 24-hour da bat with her i %  : ; %  .. i 1*1 ui .--.•:..-.:.:• Ned • %  •rt-readta| :aik of briagHg ;.£.-.of the ea %  oafi) dutartoed child. Thii is. bet secret AT THE STANDARD CLUB It was a formal dinner dance for Standard Club members. The M ere charming with red. white, blue and yellow flowers. DinDer *;• lenred bj candlelight — red ones. At the David Rifas table were Joe and Sylvia Rose. Sam and Felice Lipton. Herman and Faye F. .-,„-. Mary and Pat Fine and the Jay Ki>laks had a fine time doing tne Twist Er.joyir.z -.he Barber Shop Quartet along with the res; of • %  i. --.; %  wen the Julias Weiskles and the Robert Traurigs. Bj the •• that was nme quartet! In their derbies and mou>" • ."-•• Eed Sam Blank. Jimmy Albert. StanFiti They should go on tour. • PRCUD AS PUNCH Mr. are mighty pr Their son Peter, wt I Beach 1 rgroup Y f %  EVERYONE LOOKS DIFFERENT BUT ME %  25th reunion. It i '. M E rer took thi • %  -.. %  • 3 Israel 4r .APS AND FLORIDIANS WERE THERE It was a ma — sad • %  Myers. S Lesj '. Flow." • I a I the dramati f shop, sat at: and : Maurice and Care! ; and P Ifisi Minnie i %  inl i Sondra Angel Eyes Aug. 25 tzA %  Herbert \ F Soleve, Rubin Betrothd Told M rs n from %  .._,.... -. I ': -: %  • : A : --'. ; redding A4.SS iCHDIA t'.OU Beach Chapter Installation Set i M hold •• _| %  • %  'he To be install*: I trt Vi %  f %  Mrs. Cherkas Will Head Beth Am Women's Group ••-•-•be in— Sistei : E R I %  .-, the E Mrs ...;.-;: MrFred Segal St.-Lawrence Landy. MrVe! r.ioc Mrs Merer BrflkaM and Mrs Jack Freedman. vice president! Mesdames Joseph AltschuLer. recording secretary; Bernard LJtman. corresponding secretary; Edward Rubin, financial secretary ; and Robert Garvett. treasurer. Board of directors are Mesdames Richard Alper. Sam Bern kowitz. Max Brown. Emily Cain. Don Carlin. Ben Clein. Murray Dubbsn. Marshall Feuer. Sam Fox. Ivan Fisher. Lewis Gillis. Also Mosdames Harold Goldstein. Paul Kahan. Jack Kamin. Ted Marks. Robert Newman. Gerald Schwartz. Sam Sherman. Stanley Wellins and Ida Werman. Officers will assume their d in joint installation cerem Dies I %  %  Rabbi Herbert BJ I Rabbi Wi Sard u the Soul function will fern MISS jor soiovc Temple Judea Confirmation Set %  i p m v Mrs H %  if Mi Anita, Farina Y Mr> %  %  %  Mr David %  of Mr • %  • Mrs bar • Li ster. SOD of Mr KJ Mrs. Howard Learner; Mai ter of Mr and Mrs William M :• -'->. James, son of Mr -.,.._• North Short Auxiliary Tawitll Bflf Veterans and North Shore Ladies' Aux.liary' held a joint meeting on Wednesday at Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn. Program featured Mrs. Myrna Greenblatt. who presented Dolls for Democracy." Mrs. Ceil R. Simon is president of the group. %  Better; Marjorn : Mr and Mrs. Soi 5chr< I Mr and Mrs 5chuiher; Donr.a. i .: Mr> Mas Soiomon; Irene, dauter of Mr. tad Mrs. Jack St< Vicki. daughter of Dr ud Mrs U tcmerrr.ar.. \\.i'.:*~ soc Mr and Mrs. ti\^g SasSflRAB. A reception honoring the cor.fi'-mands. sponsored by the par* ents, will follow the ceremony. ? Ft t-6910 FR -4in 4 4 4 4 4 ISO SW 19 RooJ < Miom. 36 Pbrfis PERSONALIZED MUSIC AL ALBERTS AND HIS RYTHMAIRES A-l EMPLO v MENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 9-8401 Anniversary Dance Slated I .' i Yi K A Ford Falcon for 1 FUR RE-STYLING m om rtAwrMff <* rmisx wariMAHWf WE CAN CONVERT YOUR CXJ'MOOED FURS TO THE SMART FASHIONS OF TOMORROW From $39 FLORIDA FURS ft OIMK 2296 Coral Way HI 4-0544 1117 Us Olaa Mvd. JA 4-7697 FT LAUMBOAU For Women Who Desire the Latest in Coiffures f SALON SUPREME 1020 Lincoln Road Mall JEfferson 8-3666 WIGS CLEANED AND STYLED. LARGE VARIETY OF HUMAN HAIR WIGS. •.•-CRTE:



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.---e :-.-. +Jeist Fkrrtiir Friday. June ',952 School Students Will Graduate %  .--.-. :..-2nd presided ;: the ioca] oi me z-.z:.z-..i Sairue.fr.ec.snd. Reconstructionists Prepare 'Guide' = r So*es5. -. :' rock kaovtadfC will make act clearly and de< jively to meet '.he problems of • %  (ewish people today The conventior. -.rkei the ... ....... I first Jewisd --•:._ %  .-• %  it m tbc • .. -. 7 %  t %  •.-.-this ; the site of icted -: 0 1 pr. I : i IrafJ | 1.: I • 111 1 •• %  R< UonDr I I that De* GRitual Ui.re %  : 1 be -. • red or used MI -.'. Arud r a^ a code. ar.i thai tl M re respor.sitie for prepi.-.r. text do MM I ~." h as infaliib.e beacc ..-.;•.-able "' Dr Eiseosu to further rei that I e was prepared :r. :U :'orm at the request of the ;a:es vfao attended las; year': << r vention of the Federation of Reconstruction;;! Congregations and %  ships "Appearing as a separate document, the Guide may not be understood in its proper context, namely, as a one small segment of a total philosophy of Judaism for our time and of an over/ll program to implement that phil. osophy," he said, adding that "while ritual is extremely important it represents but one aspect of Jewish religious life." Tbt further 1 clear thai ttw is not u %  ing the n revisions adopted r dis tribut • :^.f 1962 Am ~.z thi resolutions adop'ed iras ore n • £ • its • • • ;roup< tad to all h the I. | thai :r. ra:-:nI nds for in*".." bei h iearr.ir.g they recognize the prii f coaua atttl res| Kf for the-e The itita recommended a joint campaign by each group for all the s*minar:ea.-.: schools aad tl food] be allocated to the several rec:p:er.ts by the governing board of each congregation or group. %  %  : %  %  • %  %  -. L ightei Mi : Mrs nd Mrs. 1 Mer '. Mr : '•: Ml : MrK.-.r_ ;. n ::i < % %  .< ighter of Mrs : Mi and Mrs Irving Ki • • • M r Mr ind Mrs Shei laugh tei >i Mr arc! MrMar.n> Mar.dil. Andrew. %  on '.f Mr and M Maine* Zinv • Mr ; 1 %  *nd VrM u r r a j I Mark %  a of Vr and tiaddad; Robert Limn HaJbrkJ Dr and Mr,. A r1 h ur Alar Kin Mr %  Mr %  San Mr. %  1 -1 : Holsum Man Elected \v A Hunton, general a!e> m9naaer f<>r Holsom Bakt-r of South Miami, has been elected to the board of directors of the Sale> and Marketing Executive Club in Miami With the Holsum Bakers for 29 years. Hunton is a membei of the Toastmasters' club. Ex change Club. U.C.T., and Personnel Board of City of South Miami. Publishers Mee! For Convention f t hi • %  %  Pn -1 ib as %  1 %  • • • ••: • \--r Joseph G Advote and 1 ol tl presided The 3o publishers were -•• %  -'1 ard of tr \_. ncj al 1 rect i 1 '. international hi The) wen r • IVI iman. of New V eadei tri th JTA Busii %  • r ini the second da> at the Press Club, which wen 1 y a luncheon honoring The luncheon also markf1 ficial launching of the fir1 observance of America-h Pr< n jeeh The week-long cbser% I mark the 20th anniversar founding of the pres* a-A symposium on the rolt ind future of the American Je iheld at the luncheor • ie -paper executives Shevuoth Feasts HOME IMPROVEMENT LOANS Sabbath Dinnet and ever// day *3t<<. A. J. HABR'S Charmer of the Boari KOSHER YOUR MEAT AND FOWL WITH DIAMOND CRYSTAL KOSHER SALT 4 WATERMELON TIME < 4 < < < < < < < < < < i. is is % IS HERE! Er.poy Ice-Cold Slices at Our Tables ... Or Take Out! ALSO HALVES AND WHOLE S ^ip-PET^S J-y FHONI IN TOut otous FR 4-2710 Ft 4-8783 1789 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD We Pack 'em Rita Herel |Opee D.llf ISu.t A.M. 10 P.M. 1 % % I Three generations c ; Jew :. h ;^3ev,',ves have dullest confidence in :' is famous salt for purity, quality and absolute compliance with Kashruth. For your holiday cooking, get a fresh new box today! SALT ^ Vvyyvy y yvvvVyyy > Best for seasoning and salads, too. The purer the salt, the f -" are the flavors it brings out m food. Diamond Crystal Kosher Salt is, of course, the purest obtainable. Use it for all your kitchen seasoning and for crisper, tastier salads. Diamond Crystal Salt Company



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Uf,dcv. June 1. 1962 PJemMh fhrktIaHn Page 9-A JVS Receives 527,413 Program Grant; Barney Bernstein Elected President %  • Bernstein (left), newly-elected president of Jewish Vo':! Service, receives qavel o! ofiice from Sam J. Heiman. honorary president, and installing officer at annuel (-i the agency here. ^^^^^ UM Grads Get Gold Key Awards ,ating seniors at the iv ol Miami received gold at awardi for attain. i scholastic average | ective areas of stuih i i : Arts and Scienc< are presented anby Delta Mu art< and honorary to students grade-point cumularaj M during their four : college. Dr. E Morton !. an i>i the College <>{ Arts iences, presented the keys i u monj ..t noon in the fae ultj lounge ol the Aabc bldg. Receiving an award as the best • ident among the five was Snyder, of 1214 Ferdinand M Coral Cables, majoring in ;. who has a 2.97 average a possible 3.0. She also leads in the Social Sciences catc .• :.. ving an award in the bio1 -indies category was Roberta Kimmel, of 530Calgula. Coral a home economics major 11 average Virginia Dun: 415 NF. 96th st.. Miami an English major with a prage, was winner of the ties award. Melvyn Ciment. oi 1026 Euclid ave.. Miami Beach, a mathematics major, was in the Physical Sciences 1 .,: %  .r\ with a 2.88 average Leon E Braxton, of 5990 SW 86th st., So. Miami, majoring in German with a 2.72 average, was selected in the Communications category. Faculty advisor to the group is Dr. Gerrit Schipper. chairman ol the department ol philosophy. Barney Bernstein. Miami Certified Public Accountant, has been elected president of Jewish Voca tinnal Sen ice. Also > lected to serve at Ihe or pnnization annual meeting Wed 1 i-sday at the Embers were Sam J. Ueiman, honorarj president; Mar ill s. llarn-, Maurici H Hyman, Lul j jr and Mrs Gerald P /. vice 1 residi nts; Mrs Charles r Feinbei 5. s< cretary; Chai %  t7olff, in aaurer | resiiri 1 lemen J. Ehrlich and : i kin. r tei rd ol dire tors wen Mi j \. Baskin. Cli men .1 Eni lich irh P 1 ember \ \ : 1 rl .1 Hir Dr. Alan Jackson. Irwin Kafz e, Stuart Rothchild, d 1. Ruskin, and Saul Schulman. Other board memberare David M Bloomberg, Herberl P. Blumj, Mrs Jack Chernau, Sidney Efronson, Harold Goldfarb. Jerome (, Greene, Eugene Heiman. Morris Hoffman. Albert Quadow, Dr J. R. Schwartz. Jesse Schwartz, Sam Stark. Mrs. Sam Stark, and Arthur I. Willner Announced at the meeting was the awarding of $27,413 to JVS from the U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Also featured was the presentation of an award by the agency to Claude M Andrews, state director of vocational rehabilitation of the State Department of Education. Reported at the annual meeting was the placement of 503 handi ipped and disabled people in regular employment in Greater Miami during the past few year-. Handicapped worker.employed in tkte Jewish Vocational Service. Workshop have earned $94,723 in from 1958 through Mar. 3J of this year ln< ime from contracts foi the same period amounted to 33. Wv ted pn si l< nl Bern ein pi i nti d certifit t< %  r i io Clemen J Ehrlich and Ruskin, past pi nnounced i %  ctors; an expai sion progran i lai c< and counsi ling to individuals and groups in a joint program with the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. B'nai B'rith Youth Organization and various Temple groups; and a building program which will bring together the facilities of JVS into one centrallj located facility At the meeting, it was also n • vealed thai Bernstein and Dr. hael Goodman, executive din r Ol JVS, have been appointed by Florida Gov. Farjtf* B gi a n t to tie Governor's committee for employment 01 the handicapped Marshall s Harris was prograi i tee includi I i : %  h< : Geral i G. Greei I Albei J Hii h Hei Nomini I %  Mi stark outency Rabbis Urge Unified Approach Continued from Paoe 1-A vativc Rabbinate at another session to make available all present!! unused facilities in synagogues ard community centers for the growing network of day schools of all denominations. Rabbi Friedman declared: "It SM old be a great crime for the American Jewish community to divert itfunds for new buildings as day schools emerge since there are thousands of classrooms available in our synagogues and centers that are only used for late afternoon and evening activities Rabbi Friedman noted with concern that many existing day schools arc pres entry housed in crowded inadequate quarters and that "the opening 11 additional day schools, with mi children waiting to attend them, I.being delayed by a critical classroom shorl Lay and spiritual leaders of the movement agreed at another ses: ion that the teaching of religion; values mu-t become the primary function of Jewish education if t is to have an impact on human al[airs. The leaders emphasized, in paperand addresses, that the aim should be to disseminate the idea that Jewish education wa %  "not an end in itself" but rather that the total human being was the i! iective. %  llfif. Farband Branches Plan Celebration The three K.trhand branches. Ben-Guhon, Biahk and Poale Zion. ihaim Greenberg, will hold a joint traditional Shavuot celebration Saturdav evening, June 9, at the Farband Cultural Center. 842 Washington ave. Guest speaker will be Rabbi Solomon Schiff, of Temple Beth El. ard Cantor Herman Gottlieb, ol Temple Beth Shirah. will conduct a musical program, including community singing. Max Astor. president of the Ben C.uPion Branch, will present a dramatic reading. Chairman of the affair is Beryl Morrison. MICHAEL N. BLOOM Certified Public Accountant ANNOUNCES THE OPENING CF AN OFFICE I R IME PRACTICE CF PUBLIC ACCOUNTING AT coin Road, V Beach 39, Florida ;,hone 528-1433 HONOR YOUR SHEVUOTH GUESTS with the most cherished whisky at Bar Mitzvahs, Weddings.Engagements and graduation celebrations. CKttTINGS TO OUR MANY fRItNDS KIALEAH • MIAMI SPRINGS BANK 101 HIALEAH DRIVE HIALEAH. FLORIDA (Member of F D I.C.) 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Pag 12-A +Je*lsfi tUrkttan Friday. June 1, 1962 Rabbi Helm Will Take New Pulpit In El Paso Rabbi Leo Heim has announced his resignation as spiritual leader oi Temple Tifereth Jacob in Hiali-ah to assume a new pulpit at Conjation B'nai Zion in El Paso, Ten. Announcement of his n-ination was made at a meeting of the Temple's board of directors. Rabbi Heim has : -idem Miami since his arrival in the i" years ago. Ordained in Chiigo in 1955. Rabbi Heim ncOSed Bachelor's degree in human relions and ree in educal he L'niversitj oi Miami, is currently preparii .. I r a Ii. at the Jewish Theological [America He is a member of the Rabbinical Assembly of America, the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn. and the Hialeah-Miami Springs Ministerial Assn. Rabbi Heim has served as Jewish chaplain at the Dade county prison, and actively participated in the work of the Jewish National Fund. Bonds for Israel, the Southeast region of the United Synagogue of America, and several civic organizations. He is also on the board of directors of the Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Miami A native of Czechoslovakia. Rabbi Heim was named "Outstanding New American" by the National Council of Jewish Women in recognition of his contribution on behali of the American Jewish commun.ty. He is married and the father Of three children. The Heims will leave for a family reunion in Chicago late in June prior to their departure for El Paso. Newly-elected officers of the Bureau of Jewish Education were installed at an annual dinner last week at the Fontainebleau hotel. Seated (left to riqht) are Leon Ell, vice president; Joseph Cohen, president. Standinq are Judge Fred Barad, treasurer; Louis Schwartzman, executive director; Melvyn B. Frumkes, secretary. Not shown are Leo Robinson and John Temple, vice presidents; and honorary officers, M. A. Baskin. honorary president; Louis Heiman, Max Meisel, Benjamin Meyers, Mrs. Matilda H. Ratner, past presidents; Harry Simonhoff. Harold Thurman, Mrs. Joseph Duntov, Mrs. Louis Glasser, honorary vice presidents. Special Temple Zamora Service to Mark 'Deliverance from Peril' Friday Evening Temple Zion Affiliates Will Install Officers Annual installation of officerwill take place during evening services at Temple Zion thi Fri'i.iy with Rabbi Alfred Waxnian conducting the ceremony for the Ihi : the Temple. of the Temple are Hyman Potash, president; Jo* Robbins 5ti • n n on. and Morris W< si cretary: : [ seci Sisl led a presid I Si Al Loo Diani I ; %  retary; R ing se< %  i 'ave Dn *ti Peltier : Men's Club officers are Reuben Lederman, president; Sidnej Horn. S.imini Fletcher. Al Zisman. vice presidents; Saul Penick. corresponding secretary; Henry Levy, recording secretary; Morns Harris, financial secretary; Bernard Jaffce. treasurer. An Oneg Shabbat will follow the installation. Miamians OH to Confab Fred A. Sandier. 2720 SW ?nd. a\e., and Charles MandeKtam, 12911 Auralia rd.. N. 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Friday, June 1, 1962 *Jm>l$ii nrridfiar Page 7-B TV Station Hc*s New Program WTVJ i stituti ccmive %  • • of bi i c \l '...". .. used by the V 5 depart m< nt, Firs; innci ten me S his e lit ''i p.m ne | !• i • %  h Ri news, A o presents an editorial at this tin .presentl> leading a I bu=.nessmen through Iron ri was entitled Fore He is Dad i inty Junior Hi ol liie D Speech and Journal* ism I news depi rtment has •. :A tapi [oui other students t'.ie J iwi< r Colh ge, each gh r.g h i n editi rial. They an .', Ilia Vee Young. Al • %  • %  < %  %  %  ,] ck Ua?s Members of the National Council of Jew Women who received gold charms for eight % %  •ears of service to the Jewish Home for the Aged cf Greater Miami. Left to right are Mesuumes Sally Zimmerman, Nannelte Mayer, Jean Rhyon, Jo May, Sonia Myers and Elizabeth Spector. Not present are Mrs. Rose Jcnshaw and Mrs. Mildred Spirer. Em Home Honors Council Workers Lewis, past Section More than 40 volunteers of I he National Council of Jewish Women were honored by the Jewish Home ior the Aged of Greater Miami at ii> annual "recognition coffee" .Monday at the Home. In appreciation of devoted servces to the Home residents, all volunteers were presented with inscribed silver charm bracelets Bight pioneer volunteers who have -trved in the cooperative HomeCouncil program since its inception eight years ago received gold charms. They were Mesdames Bally Zimmerman. Nannette MayIT. Jean Khyon. Jo May. Sonia tlyers and Elisabeth Spector, Rose Janshaw and Mildred Spirer. Awards were presented by Baron f:i llirsch Meyer, vice president ; nd current building campaign (hairman of the Home. Those receiving silver charms re Mesdames Ella Abbott. Sun iy Allen, Hortense Ball. Lillian Barshop, Ida Benewiti, Molly Bogdish, Anita C'hariton. Dolores Courshon, Tessie Dorfman. Renic Far ber. Huth Green. Ruth Greenblatt. Mamie Gross, Jennie Harrison. Ethel Harrow. Ann Hurwitt. Blanche Karpf. Rose Kauffmann. Edith Kurtzman. ("eeile Lassman. Anna Levin. Ceil Lipkin. Sally Manne. Mollie Manoil. Mary Morgan. Hattie Newman. Rose RosenIda:;, Sadie Riicckhaus, Joan Scbero, Ann Schwartz. Marguerite Siegel, Leah Silverman. Bess Steinberg. Lily Sone and Clara Tnfield. Special tribute was paid to Mrs. Jerry Goldman, of the Hollywood Auxiliary, for her volunteer service to the residents. She also received a silver charm bracelet. Chairing the meeting was Mrs. Marguerite Siegel. chairman of the • enior citizen program at the Home. Representing Council leadership who also extended greetings were Mrs. Del Rubin. Section president: Mrs. Dorothy Oppenhcim. vice 'president in charge of service: and Mrs. Sidney president. 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Friday, June 1 1962 *• ImS^tlfkirnMiir Page 11-A AJC Office Seeks to Adjust Israeli View C-KEETINGS TO A., OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS om df the %  executives "i the Arrurican Jewish Committee wa> ii Miami this week to take parl i" ;i symposium sponsored by th' Universitj of Miami law school and the American Societ) ni Legal History at the McAllister hotel. Hi is Dr. Sim Segal, director 01 AJComm;'.: %  • [oremn at[airs departmenl in outstanding authority in the field oi international Human rights. Dr Segal, who arrived here fo address himself to the subject of IntracLltoral-lnfercultural Problems of the Americas" in a personal view of how private organization and voluntary bodies can contribute to understand ng, suggested that South Florida is not a long way off from i*e time when it may well become a center of interaction for rr-e Jewish communities of both hemispheres. Thi foreign affairs department of thi American Jewish Committee consists of three basic units A committee on toreign affairs concerns itself with Europe, south America, and the emerging African nations, among "ther areas of consideration. A committee on international organization is primarily identified with the programs of the United Nations. A third unit is exclusively devoted to Israel. "You knov.," Dr. Segal commented, "that the American Jewish Committee has been concerned with the Jewish national homeland ever since AJC's founding back in 1906 As a matter of fact, the purpose of the organization was to deal with problems in foreign countries arising over their Jewish populations In reality, the American Jewish Committee has been a foreign affairs organization from the very beginning." This was by way of Dr. Segal's introduction to some interesting facts about the Committee's new office in Israel. "The record is clear.' he proudly remarked. AJC endorsed the Balfour Declaration in 1918. When Dr. Chaim Weizmann established the enlarged Jewish Agency, the American Jewish Committee was designated as the non-Zionist arm of the agency." He became thoughtful for a moment, musing on some of the historic founda. tionstones of what would be Israel in 1948. "But the arrangement didn't work out well." Dr. Segal -aid. "especially when the Jewish Agency virtually became the Zionist Organization The executives of both groups are identical today." • Continuing to trace AJC identification with the movement for a Jewish national homeland. Dr. Segal remarked: "Long before the establishment of Israel, and even before World War ft, we protested the British White Paper. But the fact is that we always took the practical and pragmatic road rather than the ideological." Explaining, he said: "By which 1 mean that the American Jewish Committee never bothered to GREETINGS J. & W. 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AJC also i hopes to lead symposia and seminars at the Hebrew University on American Jewish civilization, as well as to translate and distribute in Hebrew the works of such men as Abraham Lincoln and Thomas Jefferson. "The Israel Government," Dr. Segal noted, "has welcomed the AJCommittee office, which also hopes to assist in the intercoltural acclimatization between Sephardic and Ashkenaxic Jews where, frankly, there has been much ill-feeling." Heading the new office is Dr. Maximo Yagupsky. former head of the organization's office in Buenos Aires. "He is brilliant, speaks Hebrew. Yiddish, and other languages fluently, and won't have what some Israelis regard as 'the American stigma.' Sadly, there are Israelis who think of us as "dangerous imperialists' who want to 'take over'." The office itself is situated in Tel Aviv to strengthen the general understanding that the American Jewish Committee project in Israel is non-governmental and non-political. 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Friday. June 1. 1962 fc**/cf) flMnMfcttn Page 13-B £ a rJH, As a gift to subicribers, The Jewish Floridian will present free for the asking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Bas Mit2 Requests shouid be addressed to "Corsage for You," P.O. Box i973, Miami 1, Fla., one month in advance. Include the ra~e cf the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and place of tne cere home address and telephone nur":;er. The corsage will fcrwarded tovou courtesy of Blackstone Flower Shops in ti for the occasion. be me Rodney Kay M. Penchansky Robert Koler Joel Moskowits i • relay morning services, at Temple Zion will include the ..i Mitzvah of Joel, son of Mr. nd Mrs. Emanucl Moskowits and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Peuer. Kabbi Alfred Waxman will .iticiate. A seventh grade student at West Miami Junior High, the celebrant ill continue his studies in the Temple's confirmation class. The Kiddush will be hosted by I | arents of the Bar Mitzvah. • Stuart Mervis On Saturday morning, June 2. • uart Allen, si n ol Mr. and Mr* Ralph M< rvis, will observe his r r ah at Temple Ner Tamid Graduation Set At Ner Tamid • • Labovitz will ficiate. Stuart is a student al Si Junior High and the Temple's religious school. A reception in his honor will follow the ceremony. • Robert Kaler Robert Bruce, son of Mr. and Mrs, Herman Kaler. will become Bar Mitzvah at Beth David on Saturday morning. June 2. with Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro officiating. A seventh grade student at Shenandoah Junior High, the celebrant nas awarded an 'Excellent" ribbon in the rec< nl South Florida si ience Fair, and is also interested III art. Hi* parents will sponsor the Kiddush following services, -. Rodney Kay Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Rodney I.t lie Kay on Saturday morning. Ji.ne 2. at Temple Beth Sholom. The celebrant is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Kay. 4400 Pine. tree dr Miami Beach. Michael Penchansky Michael Dennis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Penchansky, 2630 Flamingo dr.. is the first student who will be Bar Mitzvah in the new building of the Hebrew Academy. Rabbi Morris L. Horovitz will officiate at the ceremony on Saturmorning, June 2, Now in the seventh grade, Michael habeen an outstandii ,< : fnt at the Academy since kindergarten. The celebrant's father is a member of the Academy and Temple Bmanu-El boards. Mrs. Penchansky, on the board ol the Hebrew Academy Women, serves as social secretary of the Academy PTA and chairman of the youth commission of Temple Emanu-F.l. Mr. and Mrs, William Kenchansky, of New York, will attend their grandson's Bar Mitzvah. Following the services, a catered lunch will be served in the new Ai ademy dining hall. Tilereth Israel Sisterhood Grad • ion < xeri Ises of Temple '.IT Tamid Hi brew school will U held in conjunction with evenig services this Friday. Graduating students are Edwin li s, Jeffrey Breslaw, Linda Du Beshter, Steven Ecker, Allan Fel•l. Joseph Huppert, Wayne l'rich, son, Lewish Rothlein and Melinda Woskow. Theme of the commencement vill be "The Jewish Holidays," v ith the eight stained glass winows of the Temple depicting the holidays used for reference. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz will deliver the graduation message. Murray A. Shaw, president, will distribute the certificates. Mrs. Louis Cohen, chairman of the school I), ard, will present the awards. Also to be honored at the services are the following members of the i, ligious school teaching staff:; Meyer Samberg. educational director, Aaron Center. Sidney Shapiro. Bruce Fabric. Miss Bea Brick, Miss Valerie Mamches. Miss Ida Garazi; and Mrs. Cecile I'nchason, school secretary. Following the ceremonies, the parents of the graduates will host 'lie Oneg Shabbat. On Sunday morning, at 10 a.m., I c'osing day exercises will be held' for the Temple's religious school. Samberg will present awards and : izes, and Aaron Kisen.-iein will I i-.it the annual Aaron Eisen-| stein scholarship to the most outstanding student. The PTA will be host at a reception following the ceremony. Tifercth Israel Sisterhood will 1., Id a card party Wed' I evening in the social hall. 6500 N ave. Refreshments will be -. rved. Flagler-Granada Installs Officers Officers of Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center was installed on Saturday evening at a function in the DiLido hotel. Installing officer was Milton Friedman, president of District Grand Lodge 5. B'nai B'nth. Hy Covcrman took office as pres.dent. Others are Norman El brand, first vice president and chairman of the board; Ben Jonas. executive vice president; Bernard Shenkman, treasurer; Mrs. Mathew Cohen, recording secretary; Mrs. Harold Strumpf. corre-pondi ing secretary; Mrs. Hy Coverman. financial secretary; and Mrs. Irving Verdon, president of Sisterhood. Board of directors includes Harold Berger. Nathan Braverman.' Morris Brody, Louis Bush. Jerome, c ohen, Morns Fisher. Tom Fritsch, Mr-. Sclma Green. Samuel GoldStein, Samuel Kessler. Also Abraham Mahler. Paul Marks. Ralph Mishael. Edward Moore, Mrs. Edward Peyser. Morris B. Podnos. Joseph Press, Mrs. Ubert Reisman. Harold Strumpf,; and Samuel Hollander, past president. Special board members are Nathan Adelman. Solomon Issenberp. an Eze Rubinstein. Smith to Head Civic League; WHI Honor Lipp in Hubin. retiring president i oi Miami I] lans tor th< p's • r dance e held in thi uville hop.m. Receivi I from Cir! cuit Court Judgi en, in'. %  Martin A th, local atti .;:<•' %  \ ho will I serve as president for the i%2term. Oher olficers are Murray Shel dn. first vice president; Maurice I c i. second vice president; !. cky Pomerance, secretary; Joseph Goodman, financial secretary, and Al Nason. treasurer. New ly-elected members of the bi ard to be installed are Dr. Mark li. Cirlin, Adrian Thai. Dr. Michael Cogan, Harry Erlanger, Bill Click. Mac Goldberg, Charles •Chuck" Hall, William Kline, Dan I.i \ me. Sam Rivkind. Jack Silverman. Michael Sossin, Sindey Washerman. George Whitney. Al Zablo. living Firtel, Leo Eisenstein, Al A Rothstein, Gilbert Waxman, John Berger, Milton Smith. Robert -, v e lei, Walter Bauer, and William Coplan. hli hi of the evening will be (he presentation ol a plaque honoring Morr,Lipp, who will be the rccipienl of the League's "Outs unding Cnu Li a !er" award for 1961. Lipp recently retired as city manager of Miami Beach having served for 37 years. Serving on the dinner committee are Allen Goldberg. Carl Gardner. Bill Glick, Harry Krlanger and Frank Conn. Hebrew Academy moves into new school at 2400 Pinetree dr. Ninth grade students join B. I. Binder, president, Louis Merwitzer, president-elect, and Samuel Reinhard, vice president, as they carry Sefer Torahs into the new Academy. Entry was preceded by a procession from the school's old site on South Beach. Pallet Named to B'nai B'rith Board Lear Graduates College Bound Commencement exercises for the | seniors and ninth grade students at Lear School were held Wednesevening. All college-bound seniors have I been accepted and will attend the j following: Boston University. George Washington University, Roil.ns College, University of Western Illinois, University of Miami. Tampa University and Long Island University. Plans at the school for the coming vear include Florida certificated staff, special courses in remedial reading, modified plan of the Yale mathematics program incorporated into the elementary grades, courses added to the high school curriculum, and expansion of the elementary science program. CORAL GABLES COHVALESCENT HOME "A Friendh and Gentle Atmosphere For Those Ton Love • 24 HOUR REGISTERED NURSING SERVICE • SPECIAL DIETS OBSERVED • AIL ROOMS ON GROUND FlOOR • PRIVATE BATHROOMS • AIR CONDITIONED • SWIMMING POOL • SPACIOUS GROUNDS & SCREENED PATIO Ferdinand H. Rotenthal. Director-On.r former AM) WT Ml final H< [i|r. Jewish Home lor Km 7060 S.W. 8th ST., MIAMI, FLORIDA E. Albert Pallot, local banker and civic leader, has been elected to the national board of governors of the B'nai B'rith Supreme Lodge. it was announced here this week. He Will represent the Southeast United States on the board. Pallot attended installation ceremonies in Washington, DC, international headquarters of the service organization, where he was honored lor his quarter cerlury of leadership in the Florida and District Lodge No. 5 area. Pallot has headed the Miami and M.ami Beach Lodges of B'nai, B'rith. as well as the South Florida Council. He is a past president of District Grand Lodge No. 5. His record of communal service includes chairman of the City of Miami beautification committee, founder and president of the Miami Beach Taxpayers' Assn., past exalted ruler of the Miami Elks Lodge, past master of Hibiscus Lodge, Masonic Order, and development fund chairman of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. Under his direction, the Miami beautification committee this year spearheaded a clean-up campaign which earned for Miami a national fourth place award for "beautification and civic improvement among metropolitan cities of similar size and population. In addition. Pallot has given I leadership to veterans' service pro-, .rams, and nearly a score of local and national health and welfare causes. He is president and chairman of the board of the Biscayne federal Savings and Loan Assn., .did a practicing attorney with ofi ces in the Dupont bldg. Gov. Bryant Appoints Dover Gov. Farris Bryant has named Consul Zeev Dover an honorary citizen of the State of Florida. Consul Dover heads the Israel Consulate for the Southeast region nf the United States, with offices in Atlanta. Appointment of Consul Dover by Gov. Bryant followed Dover's participation in an official tour of I lorida as a member of a group of foreign diplomats for the purpose Of creating good will and stimulating overseas trade for the state. Consul and Mrs. Dover meanwhile hosted the official Southeast regional Independence Day reception in honor of the 14th anniversary of the State of Israel at the Consulate recently. Memorial Day Services Jewish War Veterans West Miami Tost 223 and Auxiliary will hold Memorial Day Services on Sunday, 9 a.m.. at West Miami Town Hall, 901 SW 62nd ave. TODAY • ROMYSCHNEID[R KARLBOEHM O'Jt) Open 6:45 mm w ROBERTO ROSSEIUNI mmngVITTORIO DESICA Clevi > rth Memorial Day Party y,., i (S Of Temple Ner I ; ne id .. Memorial Day party al the R ^HVIHUNUI MIAMI BUM ZSSS OPENING CONCERT SUNDAY EVENING, JUNE 10, AT 8:30 P.M. FABIEN SEVITZKY SANROMA In Godwin's CONCERTO IN t" and "RHAPSODY IN BIUT Vb Aua.. Jt v., s H,-,.. — % 



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Page 4-A +Je*istincrMinr Friday. June 1952 "Jewish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.L Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN E xecutive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv, Israel RAY U. BINDER C orrespondent Published ev,r>Frid.y l->ce W: by n ;^ J -" •' r h 1 ^ 0^ d "•" at ln N F. ,--:xth Btreet, Miami 1. Florida. Second-Claas Tostage Paid at Miami. Florida. the week ... as i see it by LEO MINDLIN ..... %  .:h SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area On. Year S 00 Three Years J C 00 O-t of Town Upon Request ^^_^_ Volume 35 Numoer 22 Friday, June 1. 1962 28 Iyar 5722 Justice Speaks In Israel Court The Israel Supreme Court denial of Adoli Eichmann's appeal was virtually inevitable. As the court indicated, not even the original verdict seems severe enough to punish the enormity of Eichrr.cr.r.'s crime. Now that the trial is over, one may readily ask: In fact, what kind of sentence can wring from the former Gestapo chief just payment for his role in the Nazi slaughter of six million innocent European Jews? There is no answer — except perhaps to question the court's decision to execute Eichmann. Some may say that life imprisonment would have proven more severe for his insatiable egotism to bear; they may argue that a lifetime of pondering his role in the butchery would have caused him greater hardship than hanging which is, after all, over in an instant. These are speculations that fall into the category of quibbling, and in fact border on the inhuman. In this sense, consideration of them reduces us to the level of an Eichmann, himself. For, it appears to us, the issue is not sadistically to measure the physical-mental pain capacity of the punishment. The issue, rather, is to recognize that justice has been done. Somehow, today, it seems unreal to recall that Eichmann was captured as long ago as May, 1960 — that the case carefully built against him and carefully presented in a court of law yielded the final verdict two years later. This procedure, carried out by the victims of Adoli Eichmann within the framework of a democratic society and an unalterable respect for the highest legal ideals, which have been cfter all basic to Jewish history throughout the ages, emphasizes beyond any other consideration the rightness of the verdict in the first instance no less than the propriety of the denial of the appeal. It is not the "whatness" of the trial but the "how" of it that tells us justice has been done. Short of a positive response by President Itzhak Ben-Zvi to Eichmann's one last hope for clemency, Adolf Eichmann is over. But is Nazism? Mr. Ben-Gurion's Anguish Prime Minister Ben-Gurion has done it again. Once more, he has chosen publicly to attack the Zionist movement as if it were a foreign ideology in competition with the underlying philosophy of the Government of the State of Israel. With his flair for the dramatic, the Prime Minister chose to make his remarks at a time when the Zionist Actions Committee is meeting in Jerusalem. From his point of view, no better occasion could present itself. While Mr. Ben-Gurion's attack was far from diplomatic, and not very tenderly put, we would suggest that there is more than a grain of truth to the things disturbing him. The question of Aliyah is, of course, an ongoing one; it is as intense as the sadly widening impasse between Israeli and diaspora Jewry. It will not be answered to the Prime Minister's satisfaction in the imediate future — if ever. More than anywhere else, it is precisely here that Mr. Ben-Gurion, whose prophetic understanding of history has been demonstrated time and again, experiences his greatest sense of frustration. For, as he sees it, diaspora Jewry's failure to migrate in large numbers, short of disaster compelling them to do so, flies in the face of everything for which the Zionist dream has stood. But even here the Prime Minister has shown his remarkable ability in the past to control his passions in the most diplomatic sort of way. What occasioned his most recent outburst was not so much Aliyah, although he mentioned it within the context of his continuing sense of concern, but the high level talks between Dr. Nahum Goldmann and U.S. State Department officials last week. MESSENGERS HAT-IN-HAND As Mr. Ben-Gurion sees it, Israel and Israel's affairs are not the "play thing" of nonIsraelis — be they Zionists or otherwise. As he sees it, the diplomatic business of the State of Israel must be carried on by the State. The times are past, as Rabbi Irving Miller, today president of the American Zionist Council, once put it passionately in Miami, when he declared that Israel no longer needs messengers, hatin-hand, to wait for replies in Jewry's behalf from favorably-disposed world leaders locked secretly in discussion. In Mr. Ben-Gurion's view, even the bestintentioned Zionists are messengers, hat-inhand, and unaccredited to speak for the State of Israel. Where his assessment fails is that the Prime Minister, in his unrelenting anguish, denies Zionism any modern Jewish role whatsoever. Perhaps, were the Nahum Goldmanns among us less inclined to assume the mantle of diplomat, the David Ben-Gurions among us would be more inclined to accord Zionism its just and continuing worth today. The problem, of course, lies in the strange Jewish Agency-Zionist relationship. So long as this does not change, just so long will the misunderstandings continue—and the impasse between Israeli and diaspora Jewry widen apace. A New Day Dawning The "hopeful" expectations for a solution to the Arab refugee problem voiced by United Nations spokesmen on the heels of the Joseph Johnson trip to the Middle East arouse our interest. Throughout the years, Israeli leaders have stressed their willingness to support any reasonable United Nations program involvinq restitution and resettlement; and we are inclined to believe that th^ will be Israel's position aga:n. COR AN entire decad-. Hen%  ry L. McCarthy u u t_ om daring the week s;^:< £'-%  : been regional director | the Social Security Admim. ration for Illinois. Indiana ,| \y,,. consin. with offices in Today, he is a Dad. Welfare Planning i 1 sultant. South Flori home, and those v him ;.pi ker at lne annual meeting of Jew Service en Sunday, felt immediately that brought to lie community in his pre; ayed Mr McCarthy's facility with v. .-I df moral values. 1 Is what one has come to ex] itions ..' JFCS breakfasts over the years \ as a tangible expression of th. intellectual pursuits — to the reason..! • • %  ries motivating JFCS practice. And probing iprecis. • Mi McCarthy did ill his address on "The Therapeutic Con i For, in the theme ol Intalk, the former Welfare Commissioi r. than the .-.arrow extension of social work a.an aspect pital treatment ol the mentally ill — more indeed than the i ;n institutional care with its attendant "open door" polio In the therapeutic community Mr McCarthy envisi the drive toward a generally improved environment quotinf • %  in the "Republic' leclared; "When any of the citizei ence ^>od or evil, the whole state will make hiease their rejoice i with him." Thus, in the well-orden I tie "f uis hurt, the whol< frame feels I other with the part affected In tl Mr McCarl nested that proper welfare practic. ( • %  hon zons from immediate professional considerati embi the • rent in the creal of a mon erfe. I environment to produce a more perfect man. IT IS HENCE like Jewi-h Family ii dren's Service must play an increasing!) active role in th. i : social :f they are to meet their broader resp This lwhat JFi S president, Harold Tannen. urged for thi in his annual report; and this is what Mr McCarthy a mandal rj n |uisiti to the successful accomplishment ol -. nal welfare goals m the y. ar ahead. Nowhere Acr< such needmore clearly apparent that n the current Mi lebate and in the piecemeal application Mills Bill benefitin six states across the nation. In th. a minority of our citizenry, perhaps 6 to 8 percent. Mr. Mel arthy declared, our social and economic system has failed.' a :; • It is the .-y.-tem that has failed, not the individuals who are victimof the failure." Thus, many Americans "have never had it so good." but the sheer existence of public welfare remai Ml McCarthy -aw it. "a measure of the failure of our The national statistic of indigence applies to Florida, awell, where the 6 to 8 percent incorporate dependent people "who arcin deep trouble because of our way of life." We are now the welfare authority asserted, the results of 20 to U0 >• jrof neglect of the very sick, the old. the shy child bom out of wedlock, the blind, and the alcoholic. If theirs are ills that be prevented, certainly they seem amenable to cure In a harsh note suggesting severe political realities, he added: "If America is to lead the world, it must have a social and economic system which wdl work for all Americans tonei that crushes even some of the people into dependency is, I submit, intoK: should be repaired forthwith." RETURNING TO THE Kerr-Mills Bill. Mr. McCarthy refi New York and its highest rate of per capita welfare a In the Empire State, he declared, the Kerr-Mills Bill is not garded as a substitute for Medicare but an adjunct to it v for such opulent a-si-tance which the bill affords the reci I its benefitFlorida taxpayers ante up liberally, while be denied similar benefits to themselves by the circumstance gional political consideration. This kind of inexcusable inequality. Mr. McCarthy call' 'he great deficit in our therapeutic community," adding the that the illof our society today adversely affect all of --not ju-t the victim-— and that these affects have their dai roots in the conditional American leadership of the worl an ordered existence in which "the whole frame feels the I t" for the bruise to a single member In the relationship between public welfare and private loluntary agencies, Mr McCarthy saw a potent driving force cure, for "the men and women who sit on the boards of the agencies are the powcrholdcrs of their community'' .h. tho people, he said, "of position and prestige who can influence public opinion generally, as well as governors, mayors, ana all the otherwho decide the destiny of public welfare | SUPPOSE IDEALLY this itrue—or perhaps it is true where in Mr. McCarthys experience. But it is certainly not true lor South Florida, where the social power structure haI > served as toady to the governmental power structure, and where me one spurs on the other in a grand philanthropic dot conspiracy. I have a notion that if Mr McCarthy failed to sav this in his au.iress before Jewish Family and Children's Service on Sunday, e restrained himself not so much in the name of the recency of nu .Miami residence and his semi-retired condition, but also means of nurturing his prophetic vision of ultimate local welfare fulfillment. But his awareness of the shortcomings were certainly apparent. "Nowhere in this country," he said "is the need for influence greater than right here in Dade county." ,„ n n a delightfully knowledgeable reference to the recent I nited fund campaign, Mr. McCarthy both praised and scolded: "Miami i ic-tiers ... worked gloriously and tirelessly and they put the S? ST; ad '"ward the establishment of the thei community where any member depnved jn pam or su ffci ,,', \ r* irullv,,ll 'i determination to make h.cas. ;' and w„h the drive "to create a more perfect enviroi : ffi,. f r '""--Ive-. but for the generation* to come." In ;. ,, ''" **"* %  lightly on the moral ii iin tna we are after all, our brother's keeper-a precept I "mil) and children's Service as indi welfare agencj practic generally



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Friday. June 1. 1962 vjwlsb fhrSdliain Page 9-B T HE State of Israel Bond dinner of tribute Sunday evening at tin Diplomat hotel honored local essmen who initiated the program of private investments in Israel the year it was born. For the evening, Mrs. Dory AIM roach selected an iridescent jet sequined long torso bodice over an asymetncally draped black silk matte jersey skirt. Mrs. Leo Cardncr chose an ensemble .-he had made in Hong Kong. Her sheath dress was in gold chitimi. with small tucked pleats radiating from the one-shouldered bodice. The coat and shoes were of a cocoa and gold silk print, with the lining of the coat the same fabric of the dress. Mrs Bernard Kramarsky wore a black silk taffeta warped print of red roses and green foliage on ; field of black. Her fitted bodice was strapless, and the skirt followed the bell silhouette. A matching Stole completed her ensemble. Mocha colored chiffon with a cut velvet rose pattern was the combination chosen byMrs. Theodore Samet. The bodice of her low-draped neckline was filled with matching colored flowers, and she wore a stole of the same fabric. Aqua chiffon was the choice of Mrs. Louis Rosenslock. Her sheath featured a flattering draped neckline. Mrs. Estelle Tischler wore a white wool hand-made ensemble from Italy. Both her dress and matching sweater were covered with white iridescent sequins and featured an all-over pattern of gold sequined diagonals. Mrs. David Catsman selected a champagne-colored silk brocade sheath and theatre coat ensemble. A short formal of black chantilly lace was the choice of Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. • • M RS. Sam Levenson's gown was of black chiffon which featured black ribbon lace applique on the bodice. The detailing of the ribbon lace was emphasized with black iridescent sequins, and her skirt was cut in the traditional fullness of chiffon. A white chantilly lace sheath was worn by >1 board member Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers. Magenta-colored chiffon was worn at the waisl and trailed to a hem-length pannier in back. Mrs Alfred Daniels selected a s.lk jacket dress featuring a print of bouquets of spring flowers. Her straight cut jacket was selflined for added body, and had a modified -cooped mandarin neckline. The sheath dress was softened with a draped cummerbund. Powder blue silk organza with over-all white shiffle embroidery was worn by Mrs. Jacob lilt kin. Squared in front, her neckline i i to a low V in back and her skirt was bouffant. Visiting from New York were Mrs. Abe Novin and Mrs. Lurry Myerson. Mrs. Novin chose a black silk crepe sheath with a decollete back, draped low and caught with a flat bow. A powder blue silk sheath with white polka dots was worn by Mrs. Myerson. Her matching print on chiffon was draped into a cowled neckline. Mrs. Myerson. incidentally, is the sister of Abe Keller, national comptroller and treasurer for Bonds of Israel. Mrs Hank Meyers chose an iced procelain blue silk organza with a white chantilly lace bodice. Miniature impressed pleats of the skirt began under the scalloped edge of lace on the long torso-line bodice. Mrs. Ben Essen wore a black silk organza with flower folds effectively trimming her capelette and scalloped hemline. A black floor-length gown was the choice of Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, featuring silk crepe embroidered with black cavier beads. Mrs Kayle Fine chose a French imported lace, embroidered into a flower motif with silver, red, yellow and green threads. Seventeenth century sleeves and a full bouffant skirt contributed to the effect of the French period gown. A matching stole completed her ensemble. White chantilly lace was the choice of Mrs. David Drucker. Her sheath featured a Peter Pan collar. An exciting shade of carmen red was the color of Mrs. (ius Feurer's satin sheath. Another shade of red. also quite vibrant, was worn byMrs. Isadore Ilecht. Her gown was of chiffon over silk. The stole Gen. and Mrs. Ezer Weizmann and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle receive guests as they arrived at a reception preceding a dinner of tribute for Sam Blank, Samuel Friedland, Max Orovitz and Dan B. Ruskin at the Diplomat hotel last Sunday night. Weinkle was chairman of the dinner held under auspices of the Greater Miami Israel Bond organization. she carried was of white silk chiffon and was hand-painted with flowers, A full-length white chiffon gown ** was the choice of Mrs. Herman Cohen. It was covered with hand-appliqued, pastel-hued iridescent paillettes. Mrs. Nat ElkIns selected a black chant'lly lace sheath, reembroidered with black cavier beads and trimmed with jet crystal droplettes Mrs. .lack Kalzman. who headthe Women's Division for Israel Bonds, chose a white chantilly lace sheath reembroidered with aquamarine ribbon lace applique. Her shoes were dyed to match the ribbon lace trim. An unusual fabric was selected by Mrs. Henry B. Wernick. The black tissue sheer mousseline de soie was embroidered in white in Italy and then sent to France to be cut into the gown. It featured a Peter Pan collar, very small buttons down the front and a full circular skirt. Her sweater was made to go with her gown and was black cashmere with a silver portrait neckline Tne popular shift silhouette was worn by Mrs. Jack J. Faulk. Her imported Japanese silk featured coral flowers on a field of ivory. Hebrew Academy Women Will Hold First Installation Luncheon at Hew School Summer Camps Reveai S*aff The full umm % %  ". tt\ Ciinfcllxx. William r.oldsteln, s. mui I Comber*, Herald %  % % %  %  H. v cjro iclan, Max Gutmnnn, Lena liutKteln Abi Hoffenberg. Philip t .„b} Julius Kb laky, Benjamin Korn, |ch, Eugi "• %  Labovlta, Aan n s Lauer, Solomon Lauffer, Pannii Lleb-1 man, Marvin Llpman, it"*.Lobel, Clara Mason, Frieda Miller, Alexander Moakovits. Henry Penchanaky, Leo Relnhard, Maurlo Revits, Ellas Roach, Julius Roaenstein, Joseph Sabat, Rachel Sa-1 kowlts, llyman Sandier, Abraham Keif. Harry Sells-man, Abraham Bha;ilro, Virginia Bltverberg, Edward snvi.r Saul Solomon, Samuel Speert, Nathan Splegelman, Isidore Spoiler,, Tlbor Stern, Israel T.-lo-h, Philip Weisx, Rose Welsa, Sylvia Zemel, Fred Zlaqult, Matthew Zuckermnn. pelman. Carol Mirsky. Michael Mc Laughlin. Larry Wcisblatt and Valerie Wcldon. Choi Chapter Meeting Chai chapter of B'nai B'rith met Tuesday evening in the Deauvilk hotel's Cafe De La Mer. Mrs. Bcllf Rosenthal was in charge of arrangements. z?* r^GUST BROS R V£ nr IS the BEST.' 2*r CERTIFIED COLD FUR STORAGE OUR STORAGE VAULTS ON THE PREMISES! FOR THE VERY WISEST. 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Page 14-A *Jtf n/s#; noridficir Fiidcy, June 1, \%% Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDUN ?Grand Prerequisite: The Heavy Stone of Patience THE JEWS: A Christian View. By F. W. Foerster. With an introduction bv Robert McAfee Brown. 157 pp. New York: Farrar, Straus and Cudahy. $3.95. DERHAPS ONE OF the smaller burdens of being a Jew lies in lifting the heavy stone of paiienee while one is explained" by yet another Well-meaning Christian. Nonagenarian Prof. Friedrich Wilhelm Foerster is often called the "conscience of Germany;" a world-famous teacher and Lutheran leader, he wag one of the first to fight Nazi racism. He has been concerned about antiSemitism for many years: his recognition of the contribuforeign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN tion and value of the Jewish clan ialmost a spiritual feeling within him. Yet. in all objectivity, it must be said that any I oofc on the Jews written from a frankly Christian viewpoint can hardly fail to rankle Jewish readers in several areas As pleasing as it is to hear laudatory trulJJs — or eveji laudatory lies — about one"s people, it is an extraordinary Christian who can manage this feat without the faint breath of condescension, and to thin-skinned Jewry, even a faint breath is a cold wind indeed. Thus, in a chapter called 'The Great Misunderstanding," Prof. Foerster sounds the first note of his continuing U.S. Policy Causes Great Concern in Israel Jerusalem ISRAEL'S AMBASSADOR to the United States. Avraham Harman. has returned to Washington alter naving participated here in ;. series of consultations at the Foreign Ministry and alter having report) d to the Cabinet and the Knesset's Foreign Affairs Committee on the shape ol Israel-American %  The Foreign Ministry described these consultations, in which also Israel's chief delegate to the UN, Ambassador Michael Comay participated, as "routine Yet. the fact thai Ambassador Harman was invited also to report directly to the Cabinet. lication of his visit's non-routine character. • %  ed, '. is 'in secret why the two Ambassadors wen summoned to Jerusalem. Recent moves on the Washii • scei e have produced here a disturbing ark. One was the stand taken by Washngtoi :. th< Security Council debate on the Lake Tifcei clasl stand which l-oul and unUN Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON Kopeck Diplomacy United Nations THE INTERNATIONAL Court ol %  Justice, which .to the United Nation.what the Supreme Court is to the United states, is engaged in some very grave hearings at its headquarters at The Hague. The last session of the General Assembly had requested of the Court that it provide an "advisory opinion in the matter of financial obligations of United Nations members." The Court's opinion will affect the entire United Nations concept. For that reason, the proceedings at rbe Hague arc worth considering here. The official language speaks of "financial obligation-,.' Some numberof the U.N. have refused to meet those obligations. It is nol a question of ordinary arrearage-, lailure to pay "dues" or assessments on time. It is a question of outright refusal to pay on thegrounds that certain members do not agree with the purposes lor which certain funds are used, Suppo-e Mississippi refused to forward to the Federal Government certain payments due from that State lor — let us say — the construction of an inter-ate highway voted by Congress. Mississippi might claim that, since its Senators had been opposed to the project, it need not pay. That is exactly the type of claim advanced here by some Governments who refuse to meet -heir obligations. Can any I anj organization, refuse to pa> fter the political body had vi I .it is the basic question Whei quences tier or y i The lie c i: %  and law-abidtaxi :. to Iheir re. : i %  %  : I i. The nel %  • rtlld 1 ich the) i %  %  SSF %  if' 1 %  • reserved support to the Arab case. The other was Washington's decision to extend to Cairo economic I on a hitherto unprecedented scale, following the -it there of Nasser's Finance Minister Abdul Moneim cl-Kaissuni. Taken together, the-e two developments posed the question of their meaning in termof U s. Isra I relations. While finding no reasonable explanation for the attitude of the U.S. delegation to the Security Conn— except for pointing out that it evoked misgiv. also among some Washingon officials — Mr. Harman reportedly cautioned against drawing sty conclusions, expressing his view thai then was no shift in the basic friendship that governs Washington's attitude towardIsrael Very few were inclined to challenge this vi However, som< misgivings remained. They con,. chiefly the developing relations between Washing! and Cairo. Thre has never been and there is not now any bjection to Western economic aid to Egypt, or for thai matter to an) Arab country. However, the qi • ion asked is whether the presently planned largescale aid will indeed serve the aim, as proclaimed l > Mr Kaissuni upon his arrival in Washington, i I "securing stability in the Middle East Observers lure find Mr. Kaissuni's trip to Washington quite easy to explain Egypt's econom) .vet • collapse. Nasser's "reforms," th< m nalizal sequestrations and the handing over the management ol economic i i ti rprises to u enced arm) officers; the undermining ol confidence my that these moves produced •he international scene halting foreign investments; the outflow of capital, the lailure of the COttOI brought about b) the inefficiency ol the Agriculture Ministry, which la-t year caused the Treasur) a li ss i i about $70 million — all this, coupled with the diversion of ; %  large part of the national incometo mament, brought Egypt's economy to a state of near-collapse These facts are. no doubt, known to Washini as well, Indications are. however, that Washington viewed Mr. Kaissuni's visit as a gesture ol "goodwill" on the part of Mr. Nasser and as an opening tor bringing him closer to the western Camp and thus weakening his tiewith the Soviet Union. The very fact that Nasser did turn to the West for economic aid is stressed as proving the point In fact, it proves very little. The fact is that American aid will not replace Soviet aid but just supplement it and make it easier for Nasser to continue his "neutral" policy. The fact that Nasser did not turn for more economic aid to Moscow but instead dispatched Mr. Kaissuni to Washington was. in the opinion of informed observers, prompted chiefly by Soviet inability to provide him with such additional large-scale aid. Even the work on the Aswan Dam lags behind sched ule. Also in other fields. Soviet economic aid was tar from satisfactory. Much of the equipment proved faulty or unsuited lor the climatic conditions, Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR argument for "the essential unity of the Old Testament 'he New." and "Jewry's fault" in tailing to recognize the "character and significance of that divine hris mystery." For, he says, it is the Hebrew concen ol God i rmeating reality — that idea of "an irruption of the divine world intp human history'" which Foerster calls the greatest thing in the religion of the Old Testament which leads logically to the Trinity. This is me mm. to Jew.-, and one cannot avoid thinking that its meaningfulness to many Christians can onl) fan their own irritation w.th the unaccepting Jews. Thi section of the book on tin martyrolog) recounts the history of persecution with tin Lilians expression of horror, and ;. constant an and pr^ii-e tor "incomparable, terrifying" Jewish fidi > to their own Cod of the State oi Israel. Prof that iii' Jewish nation will remain faithful to its historic mission of Christian-Jewish relations, tinau asks basically, for more understanding and appreciation on both sides Prof Brown's warm introduction extraordinary perception of Jewish feelings and probli ere are many good and sincere thoughts it book, which perhaps deserved comment, but l have t: • i primarily to assess the general tone rather thaito w • merits and drawback-. In that regard, it ia book which tells more about Christians than it dues about ,li For a better understanding of the thoughtful, intellectual stit '.. it is required reading. Prerequisite: that In -• n< of patienct I mentioned above. Oif the Record: By NATHAN Z.PRIN The Game is Over T HE LAST tim< my brotber-in law Dr in %  MiUer .ml I played pinochU our concentration seemed to be < :: another game. Sam had just returned from the hospital and he sought relaxation in a game he did not play too well because he illy lacking in ill ception. As i ur game progi >s< n's mind seemed to wander or. other matterHe Ikative man, in fact lie was of the silent he v .icurious!) loqi acious critically ill lor several week rned seemingly improved from a countrj : -: Yc: he talked oi Iniluii i ing he %  rvivi w, had never before talked about such now he talked of dying, confiding that he ed and. that he was not in the least bit fearful i end he knew must i i i 'i I t" be a glorious da) that day in lialogue on death v.,over, I : v, anot without ii.ii : death, but thai I was i in tear of the hideous eulogj that ra '•• di by lured tongues .*I rested heiplessl) in the bier The worst indecency in the world, l San outpouring of hackneyed semantics bj ;. i aid rabl who knew neither the dead nor inw mourners Since l run out when those pulpiteers tx expi sing tlnir wisdom before the dead. 1 surel) nol rest ii i am victimized by them in death Sam smiled There is no eluding death, he seemed to hint, li.it surely there ia w„> ti i-eape synthetic eulogies And rhen ami there we entered into a pact. Each of us would deliver the eulogy for tin other, but with an econi m) oi wordand restraint in morbidity and tears Our gan i .ent on, until the women reminded uthai there were other concerns in the world besidt cardNow the Lame was over. Two weeks later Ida, Samwife, called and a-ked "Zippy would you mind if I asked you to deliver the hesped at Sam's funeral'.' it happened this morning." Jewish Life as Seen at American Conventions THE MARCH OF time in American ..'i w i-ii life lected at held dut.last '. tii Cit: TI mch i 51 %  Ladies Garment V Thi re is now the jvei I he i : i at '.he turn • ame in large v., •, i ti this i o s< i unty, Strai i i hi lai : hemselves in lands manshi fl ( crwise k' rs bei • N I: i iih a' From ved thi e interes hose lai %  needs ol thi i i for the sii : ts for memb he organizal ent with ri Ji i hout the i try.