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The Jewish Floridian ( June 8, 1962 )

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"eJewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THF JEWISH WEEKLY Volume 35 — Number 23 Miami. Florida. Friday, June 8, 1962 Two Sections — Price 20* Miami's Cuban Jewish Colony Yearns for a Friendly Hand Members of the Cuban Jewish refugee colony in Miami are des\ pcratc for a bit of old-fashioned attention. As some of their leaders put it. they would deeply appreCUte the simplest nod of recognition in the sphere of social, econ! .mic. ard particularly religious affairs. Cubar Jews here are searching for tuck attention—but sometimes thev search in vain. "The fact is, however, that we are deeply grateful for the manner in which we have been received by the American Government and the Greater Miami Jewish community." This, at least, is the view of Enrique Kalusin, president of the recently-formed Cuban Hebrew Social Circle of Miami. Sr Kalusin prefers to accent the AUTHORITIES GUARD SYNAGOGUES Argentine Anti-Semites Throw Bombs in Wake Of Eichmann Hanging Bl'ENOS AIRES-IJTA'-Two ing revenge for the execution of positive, unlike other members of the Cuban Jewish refugee colony. "We absolutely do not feel that we are unwanted." Sr. Kalusin declared here Wednesday, "or that American Jew> consider us a 'burden'." The organization he heads has been formed "to help ourselves in order that we may be assisted by olhers. What we need most is to come together for orientation sessions—and particularly to keep up S X %vP cs* the morale of Cuban Jews here." This means that the Cuban Hebrew Social Circle of Miami, more than anything else at the moment, needs accommodations for daily meeting quarters. "What we've got to do is to get our people off the streets," Sr. Kalusin declared, "where they stand around lethar t,tcaUy." Right now. the organization has offices at 602 Mercantile Bank hldg., Lincoln Mall. It started la?: December with a membership of some 125. Today, it has leveled olf to about 100 members. Each pays a dollar a month. There are approximately 200 more who want to join, according to Dr. Felix H. Heyler, executive director of the Circle, "but the monthly dollar fee is a huge sum for them," he explained. Continued on Pane 7-A MOIOUA cocktail" bombs were tossed Monday from a passing automobile against the Union of Israel j-chool on Paso Street. At about UK same time, occupants of mother speeding car machinegunned the windows in front of the offices of the Zim Israel Navigation Company, on lntalcahuano street Only material damage was caused by both attacks, and no one vas injured. The attacks are believed to have been th. work of extremists seekFor your reading enjoy nun: on Shavuot. don't miss then features: • Jewry's Divine Gift Page 4 \ • Torah True JewPage 13 A • Cod in the Desert Page 14-A Adolf Eichmann who was captured in Argentina and brought to Israe' for trial. Argentine police posted special guards, as soon as word of Eichmann's hanging was received here, around the buildings occupied by the Israeli Embassy. Jewish centers and synagogues. Monday morning, leaders of the DAIA, central organization of Argentine Jewry, held an emergency meeting with Dr. Jorge Walter Perkins, Minister of the Interior in the Argentine Government. They requested that special security measures be taken to protect Argentine Jewry and Jewish institutions from further attacks by extremists and terrorists. personal experience Top JWB Leader Defends Centers in Tiff With Rabbis ATLANTIC CITY. N.J.-UTA.-A vigorous reply to Conservative .rabbis who recently attacked the Jewish community "ter movement (A Jewish Telegraphic Agency w „ iMu ed here by Saniord Solender. executive vice preside ofhe dispatch from Montevideo reportNatlonal Jewi8n Welfare Board in an ^^\^Z^tZ Let Jews Go, Zionist Group Urges Russia CRtniD WITH TSEPHMT/OW P4GE 5-4 SOURCE Of HE4TED DEB4TE P4GE 6-4 JERUSALEM—(JTA>— A resolution calling upon all countries which still forbid emigration of Jews to Israel to halt such denial of "historic rights" was adopted here by the Actions Committee of the World Zionist Organization. The resolution I specifically naming the Soviet I Union among countries forbidding 'exit of Jews who wish to go to Is jrael. called upon the discriminating countries net only to recognize the rights of the Jews to emi'grate but also to recognize the humanitarian aspect of the reunification of families. ed that government police of Uruguay had adopted special security measures to guard the Israeli Embassy and synagogues, and to prevent any violent actions in protest Continued on Page 9-A No Decision Reached Yet On Adolf's Many Papers •10NG UVl GERMANY." MGf 3-4 CURTAIN f AUS ON 4D01F P4GE 10-4 Austria and ence of Jewish Communal Service, rabbis were seeking "to turn back progress in understanding and cooperation between community centers and synagogues and to destroy the centers." The JWB executive, newly elected president of the National Conference of Social Welfare, addressed the annual meeting of the National Assn. of Jewish Center Work ers held in conjunction with the communal service conference. The meeting had been moved up two ( |;,vs to provide an early opportunity for discussion of the syna gogue-center issue by Mr, Solender and Rabbi Isaac Trainin, director of the Commission on Synagogue relations ot the Federation of Jewish Philanthropies of Greater New York. "Both HM synagogue and the Jewish community center have vital functions in American Jewish life," Mr. Solender declared. Mr. Solender charged that the Continued on Pige B-A Co tinned on Pige H-A JERUSALEM m, -The g^ SSSr. the ashes Government has. as yet. made no • ;; ken ,„ ., In)li ee boat to sea decision on what to do with Adoll scattered „, lh e MediterranEichmann's long diary, which ne ^ M ^ HW lsr u H waters wrote dunng bis incarceration ana „. M „, justice trials in this country. .. was learnThe „ r ..|| Mir) .try >•* Jujka ed her, Eichmann-S German has begu ,, prepanng for publ.c. counsel. Dr Robert Servatius, had requested that the Eichmann writings h. turned over to him as Eicnmann's "family property" whicn the lawyer Indicated, would be publishei The diary is separate from Eichrewish Fedspowible for w.. mann's last will, which was turnTlu Greater Miam. Jewish ^ m( resetll eme n t, with he ex ,.,, „.„.,. ,„ or. servatius In the t| aIloll wi „ receive an Awara of emigraUo n to Israel, Greater Miami Jewish FederaReveal Plot For Abduction Of Goldmann VIENNA (JTA) A plot foiled bv the West German Government', for the kidnapping of Dr Nahum Goldmann and holding him in an Arab country as a hostage to be exchanged for Adolf Eichmann. was disclosed here by the ArbeiterZeitung, organ of 'he dominant Socialist Party. The plan envisaged the kidnapping of Dr. Goldmann. during a Visit he had made last summer to Bonn. The plot had been reportedly hatched by Alois Brunner. a r ormer Gestapo official who had Continued on Page 6-A The Actions Committee, policymaking body of the WZO between sessions of the World Zionist Congresses, adopted the immigration resolution among others passed at the closing session of its week-long meeting here. Other resolutions called for strengthening every aspect of world Zionist activity and for the placing of major emphasis on the broadening of immigrantabsorption operations in Israel, in view of increased immigration into this country. Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president of the WZO, told the closing session that greater effort toward increased American Jewish immigration to Israel was needed on the part of the American Jewish community. A subcommittee of the Actions Committee engaged in a hot debate on the attacks made against the Zionist movement by Prime minister David Ben-Gurion. The group adopted a sharp resolution criticizing Mr Ben-Gurion, but decided not to present that draft to Continued on Page 8-A Continued o n riy Federation to Get Was Award at Annual Meet rCwciauvii *^ ment; and so cn down he the'disposal of his remains, in ease ^ fu gees fleeing vorld-wide emigrament; and so on down the line of local agencies. When the refugees were only trickling in, Federation saw the problem that was arising, and bent execution. He preferred lhathis j,, Ca stro. body b< cremated and the ashes divided into four parts—one part ,., be given to his family.three jo '" „ mlgr tion agency reother parts to be buried, respecI ttonai Tjtfr^h' Many have oeen treated at iinai Hospital; the National Council of Jewish Women has aided them in relations with federal agencies; the Jewish Family and Chilc'rer.'s Service has helped with foster care for refuges children; the Greater Miami Jewish Community Centers have aic'ed 1 .,„ marshalling Its forces When the children with their summer „„. trick | e became a Hood, and pre school porgrams; the I a g enc ies were ready, lowish Vocational Service has 53 .he refugees find employI Continued on Page HA



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"riday. June 8. 1962 I'M '^Hfl'rrSrlliiriir Page 3-A long Live Germany!' And the Trap Door Falls *& Hebrew Academy graduating class, ninth grade, are seated (left to right Miriam Becker, Miriam Weiss. Susan Sachs, Shereen Dean, Carol Esterman, Arlene Greenberg, Adrienne Deblinger, Jacqueline Wohlfarth. Standing left to right second row) are Rabbi Morns L. Horovitz, assistant principal, Hebrew Department. Hurry Weiss, Icn Temple, Arnold Re.:.LEO MINDLIN TO SPtAK 22 Will Graduate in First Exercises At New Hebrew Academy Building %  >. hard, William Leii, Robert Galbut, Bernard Zyss, Michael Robinowitz, and Donald Swartz, assistant principal, English Department. Third row (left to right) are Martin Kahan, Irving Jacoby, Thomas Goldring, Randy Makovsky, Lee Rosenhouse, Guy Spiecelman. Allan Finkelsteir.. • i : I • ari< %  vill bi i r 11 ,.,.,.. .'. %  • : %  %  %  Vppel A \ the • %  '•• %  • 2400 1 %  be held II i i a full elemei i school • • bn %  Rabbi Morns L I ; : pal said that I thi %  Leo Mindlir., executive editor of The Jewish Fioridian, will be arincipal speaker. His topic wiil be "That We Have Been Brought to this Day." Greetings will be extended by the presidents of the Hebrew Academy Men's organiTV Station Promotes Exec. Allen Sternberi unci 1957 executive producer ai WCKT, ch, • ... been promoted to th< position (.{ WCKT production manager, bi li< fis ci rrect" thai he was nol responsible for the -• him. The Nazi was hood but 11 usi 51 J. lon'1 need '.'.. :. i ha ke a smile, h ( .... ni •" i n "After a • II ; the fati %  II men I've been I I die n G %  Nazis whi hurch during thi S t who still thi mselves nol gentina, long live Austria. These ,ie the three countries with which I had the closest ties and which I wiil not forget. I greet my Wile, family and friends. I had to obey the laws of war and my flag. I am n ady." E hmann last irds were ve ArRev. Hull said later that EicHmar.n remained obdurate to the end. He was not prepared to discuss the Bible when the pastor came to his cell a half hour before (he execution. Dr. Hull said Eichmann told him "I have no time to waste on it. I have peace in my heart. To die would be a relief for my soul." The body was immediately cremated and the ashes spread from a police launch in mid-sea. This had been done with the bodies of the major war criminals hanged at Nuremberg. When the police boat. I etumed from the mission, the crew immediately repainted it to erase any pan of Eichmann's remains that might have drifted on i" anj part of it. Klaus Eichmann. the executed Nazi's i lesl in, declared in I uenos Aires this week on learning i I the execution of lus lather that "history and mankind will judge %  committed against my lather j the Israeli State." "History and mankind will have [o reassess what is just and what is unjust." he added. "Judaism has d i nee again that money is than law and justice." •They nee led a victim, some evidence, to justify German money paid i > mpensation. I never ...Ii injustice and darkness lung nation such as Israel, l hope this will an end to war and revenge. <*< W NO MINORS June 1-Sept. 15 • Current DiviJend Kate on Savings Teachers j are Specialists i ... and so is Dade Federal Teachers play a vital role in the training, development and illumination of the mind. Teachers must not only know their subjects thoroughly, they must also know how to impart that knowledge to others. The job they perform is a very personal one since they must inspire their students with a desire to learn. All this takes years of study, plus patience, skill and understanding. Yes, teachers are specialists and the success of their teaching is forever reflected in the lives of I those they have taught. DadeFederalperforms services which.like teach, ing are very personal ones. We offer you a safe, convenient and profitable place for your savings and we provide low cost, low rate first mortgage. loans to buy, sell, build, refinance or remodel homes. Each transaction is personally handled, with experienced advice and counsel every stop of the way. Let us show you the friendly, helpful and completely personal service we offer. "One of the Nation's Oldest and largest" lftade Federal JAVINCS and LOAN ASSOCIATION ofMlAMl r :'>•,. .'• : %  4 tOW COST KCME LOANS PAID AND COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY JOSEPH M. UPTON, Ptes^enl %  w -- %  %  S CONVENIENT OFFICES SERVE PADE COUNT* joUR RESOURCES EXCEED 185 MILLION DOLLARS



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Pace 4-A +JemiaFkrkM*r Fridcry. lore = [$3 "Jewish FloridiAn CFFJCE Bad PUUCI — 12C RX S_rh Sees* :-4 ; .:: MM '. H '?*.-. iW-i. r The Roots of Young Prejudice As Dr. Benjamin Spock Sees It :r. 7"*"X --. ... ,>.—. %  w.-f --• i ; 1-1 r j = : : ; • : %  i %  : -. l '" %  £-; l.?i'••--: : • I i": *"" ... i-• %  •-,.:• ••• f. I • • :• "M"l l -. ,i ,iN :i : 'fii 11 v_-. • — i _, t a s C %  •• R % K l i -^ Jewry's Divine Gift of Law Fee* .: Wwiri only -"— • %  e K %  6" • period bm I ML fiiiaium BoE MOM OB Ml / S."".". -—'_"."-" the -i. r'-." *r "*"_=.". v. 'oncerinc ,r. *'*^ "c;^r cr~^r the uodui froo: Egyptf 3.S.-.~v_-_also ob—rr i the -'•; Temple %  '.''. fJCWetl 3Du CT-.tS .• _= ncwever •--.* ^rme gxa v.e celebrate cr Friday end Saturday above --ofbat ccr_s.ee:ationa assoccrted with •_.-._= bobdav. 1: me worla eves r.c exceptionally tie r>e~er for tr.e inoraj imtbi cairhifnad .--. these lew; \-.e faint -ies net with -<; krwt bal wifh a hrnnrmity ..-.onrpabia c: moueuitag up tc maii It has sus— in their Tr.e Ten Cc--.-ar.drr.er.ts ore Israel's gaaai aaritoaja — ere she has abared with men c: ah faiths. lamad Jews throughout the ages —-.rr.er.is of peril and their experiences of triumph. Passover marked the l.beration o{ our oncer.: ancestors from the clutches of Egyptian Ty.-cr.r.y. Shcvuot. which occurs precisely seven weeks later, celebrates their attainment of a si---. aal destiny — a destiny uncUminishec sr.ee then by the passage of time — and a Biota] maturity from which has sprung mar,kind l r.obiest instincts. As we relive the time when Moses scaled tr.e .-.e.v-'.'s of Mt. Sinai to bring the Divinelyir.sp_red Ten Commandments to his people, let us dedicate ourselves anew to live according to :.':.: invaluable prir.iiples. SrtEVUOTH Grudging Affirmation It is our belief that world opinion, as reflected in the press, seemed less affirmative cbout the execution of Adolf Eichmann than optimistic statements by Jewish leaders and organizations would indicate. Most of the editorial comment and reporting grudgingly submitted that "justice has been done." But there was an undeniable hanging back of complete concurrence in the aftermath of the Eichmann trial. Indeed, some editorialists and newsmen phrased their pronouncements in an aura of dire forecast about the future — that the execution of the infamous No*i butcher would, as Asahi of Tokyo put it, launch a new cycle of hatred. All of which reflects a far stronger undertow of sympathy for Eichmann than the most educated guess might otherwise have sug.... %  --. %  *.T B £P:S= .Ei. so %  %  %  %  -Ct. %  • %  .re Dr Spock m I I : people wt %  ----Pu • : : '. tbej %  Bgi LEGISLATION AGAINST MATE M brand of justice he received, but about the nature of the crime for which Adoli Eichman.-. died. The mass slcughter of lews, however repulsive in feet even for the worst of men. is yet hardly an error in fancy even :cr some cf the hes: of :hem. gested. A common criminal, with a single murder he soothes Dr. Goldmann's ruffled feelings by attributed to him, would go to the gallows untaking the high road with respect to a positive heralded anywhere in the world. But Adolf [. died at the end of an Israel hangman's noose in an atmosphere ranging b gru< [ffirmation to frank criticism. Thii talla us something :x>ut the iss NCAR. :••: %  CM :• The 'Dialogue' for Today The term, "dialogue" is r^:crr..r.a ar. increasingly popular one. Fo: observers o: the social scene, it is a fancy word mqg—ting :ne need men have to iron cut the.: a_re:er.:e; by talking rather than by warr.r.g. The more diplomat.; arr.or.a -_s would coserve that Nahum Goldmanar.d Israel Prime Minister David Ben-Guricn have beer, er.gaaed in a "ciclogue" on the ces:.r.y o: Zioms—. But Moshe Sharett. a former Prime Minister of Israel, has been trying tc get into the "d.alogue," too. And this tends to complicate —otters. For the Goldmanr.-Ben-Guricr. dialogue" is at least an honest one. Mr. Ben-Gurion tells American Jewry, particularly, that they indeed put their money where their mouths are — but that this is not enough. He tells American Jews that it is their sons and daughters he wants. and Israel needs. Short of that, he has no interest whatever in anguished definitions of Zionism today. For his part. Dr. Goldmann is inclined toward the historic view — toward the contribution of diaspora Jewry to the rebirth of Israel and toward visions of the horizon of future contributions. But Moshe Sharett wants a little of each. He subtly suggests that Prime Minister BenGurion is correct in his view; yet he angrily attacks him for expressing it. At the same time. interpretation of diaspora Jewry's role in the scheme of things today and tomorrow. The trouble with Sharett's approach is that dfirmi a confusion — the Jewish Agency in fact and in fiction. Dr Sf ek: Tbe integrated Mij -*! 3 icg up < r People who ere i -: %  eraL leaj the fi | %  :. Seen Miss Soar there any wa e car move this ^cple differ*'.' f: ~ Dr Spock: American] ire arwaji saying. "Oh. you car. lee m :r.jand i: u trot that you cant cornmaM iethat pec pie change Ibt But the fact := as studies ha ihawn, thai ..' joe chanft n :.-.: :: :s harder for pe-.pie I discriminate .-. .-• r • and groups do begin mix it work :r :r. their n a bscriminator; i"..:_ do begin to break dour: anc pe-^ple becorr.-. Criendhet IGsi Noar RThsl i ier play in influencing i ;r... •-.:.:•Dr Spock: kf] i teacher is in a rerj key r. If e assurr.'. parent ana a somewhat pr tttitudi then the child, begini md the age of six. would like tc :deai He wanu to f:r>d out uhat teachet outside groups beiie\e at%  then ready to be;.o ( treat ic belief] with hit parent] • %  PARENTS MUST COOPERATE kJiSS NOAR: 9 s paj attention to *"'-• need lot lotergrouf relation] n in dolea•" I Spocl me aare of the specific social nice to their parents social •a:.-..<_••• ;,r. : I think that this would put n Ifk the school caand what's wrong It ha? parents, so 1 would think that this is an %  • worked o%er in PTA %  of books upon tb* child's tdh II liffi rencei Dr Spock I think thai : recently have school people bet n re i an f how i there ii |hth salj writl Ireo'i storie] songi Prejudices have peraU %  -'••• without anvhody being particularly aware them. They barrage all children all the time. Certainly the f have a particular gation to keep questioning not only their textbooks but all of the other more informal influences. Itisi Noar: what damage is done by parents who paprejudices and hatreds on to their children? • • • PREJUDICE INCREASES INADEQUATELY ft" SPOCK: Parents must realue that prejudice not on!> those who are in the group that's discriminated against, child himself is hurt. When parents say that a certain group nice, or "not like us."" the> are really teaching a child to be a: of people in the community This makes him a less adequate pel in hi* dealings with others in childhood and eventually in adult; Its better to teach children to trust other people. By far the important thing is to bring up children so secure that they don : deep fean and are not susceptible to getting angry with indiM'or groups on slight provoca' lUsa Noar: Democracy is being threatened from a number I different dip rejudiced person liktsh to be attract-. I political extremism from both the right and the left? Dt Y. I think v e'li common denominator It ick up prejudice and pra, and %  more likely t, an extreme polii : J



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Friday, June 8. 1962 +Je*isUTh)rkliaw Page 5-A Conservative Rabbis Greeted With Trepidation' By RAEBI MAYER A2RAMOWITZ I was sitting i the Convention [i ,i! | the i instructed and II unfinished Bmj anei Ha'uma in 4 the World Syna nvention. ,., • Hi lie did nol [fer %  ich In n i venl ,.. ••, re tni al ul with • n | %  the r the ray oi • lignil I ti %  %  %  set foot Boe l r .-. %  cd a mcssa D rnai I Se^ i x i ive I the • ed S; nag igue I A; .a ..: d the spiritual sponsor" i the World '.' mncil of Syna What Dr a —u in effect I UJ as thai %  would be under iirv. ce— that the eyes oi Israel v. i! : be upon us! This mes age was undoubtedly repeated to ,,-. • e <;f th • lour chartered plane: i tning in tor a Ian ling al Lydda -Yirpon, winging in close to BOO (U legates 10 attend the first in-, t. rnational convention oi the World Council of Synagogues represent( ing tht Conservative movement on a worli '• ide basis Dr. Segal was alerting the hundreds of laymen and sprinkling oi spiritual leaderto be on their best behavior it was a rather strange feeling when, upon landing, I saw tie words Boruchim Habbayim—Welcome to Israel. 1 wondered, and probably as most other delegates did. whether we really were welcome to Israel. On* need not be a specialist on Israel ; religious affairs to realiie th" the community is sharply div ded between the Datyim, the rt igious group, and the LoDaty -, the IrrtHcjiOUt or anti*,.=-: %  RALSI AIAVIR ALRAMOWIII \ | • %  :; I %  MenI M I I :<" %  ..ii : %  : .' %  W I ... %  -. idll "• %  •• : %  A ; i um I i* the in• : : .:Conserv•:<-'ir cj Jewry religious groups. Fearing the encroachment of the Conservative philosophy in Israel, the religious group did not hide their hostility and a threatened protest march on the Binyanei was rumored. On th* other hand, the non-religous groups gave us a cool reception, figuring that we were coming as "missionaries" to foist our religious thinking upon them. The Minister of Religious Affairs. Dr. Zarach Warhaftig. spoke eloquently as he welcomed us. but I was startled by his opening statement in which he said: "It is with both happiness and trepidation that 1 welcome you on your convention." His greetings were v. arm and sounded quite genuine, but I could nol help but recall a rumor. and Israel is the land of rumor and humor, that some of us had heard aboii 1 Warhaftig's appearance at our convention, h seems that initially he had been invited to address the convention in his capac. I %  .A: in l.-ra' !. His party, Ihe National Relig us Bloc, refused t< l : bei ause his hi in in Israel. Legei r fad • r had it thai Prime Minisl .' %  I that hi -' %  fairs i porlfi ; Dr. \\ t the l ; %  Jeru al< m was 1 inspiration from the Holy i n ther than | r us to bring inspiration and oar ideol igy to the H ilj 1 and. With this assurance ol our stated intentions, the Minister of Religious Affairs wished us success in our deliberations, and that we gain inspiration from the Holy City of Jerrusalem. With this as background. I consldered the unscheduled address by Moshe Sharett. chairman of the Jewish Agency's executive commitj tee. as the highlight of the con-1 vention. It took piace at the last; plenary session in which the Jew-; ish Theological Seminary had officially dedicate.! its Seminary Student Center near the Hebrew University where Rabbinical students will spend one year's study. This occasion brought out a fine representation of Israeli leadership lee" i by the Prime Minister himself. Mr ; Sharett. deviating entirely from the sensitivities that we all felt., presented the World Council of 1 Svnagogues its greatest challenge, when he proclaimed that "the Con-j servative movement has a treasure; and it has no right to keep it tor Uself it must share its treasure j ith Israel."' and that "Israel youth i> thirsting for a more meaningful, religious way of life." Following up on Sharett'i challenge, David Ben-Gunon insisted that although the Conservative movement represents a religion that acknowledges development ard change, "Israel's Jewry is the only Jewry wh.ci lives as Jews 24 hours a day every day in the week." Quippingly, he labtied American Jewish religious if: ition as "Shabbos Yidden," because it ;s only upon the Sabthat a Jew c?.n be identified as a Jew, "whereas the re-,t of days o' lie week he is ilated to the Gentile and non-Jewish culture of n.s _-u." servati' i ment cai I : i Bi ;inning iial type : Israel's press gave adequ lo the convention proceedings ai culminated in the Jerusalem Posl lead editorial on Thursday. May 31, the closing day of the convention, in which it called for the Conservative ideology to be implemented in Israel. At the closing session, when resolutions were considered. I suggested the rewording of one of the rt solutions on Israel to include a statement that we call upon Israel Jewry to work harmoniously with the Conservative movement because "through cooperation, not antagonism, can we best serve the religious needs o: Israel, and the diaspora." ; After a lengthy discussion I withdrew the amendment upon I he request of the convention leaders that we cannot force our ideology upon Israel. If Conservative Judaism H to come to Israel, it must gain strength from within the Conservative population and not from external presI sure. My own reactions are that this convention, the first of its type in Israel's 14-year history, is only the first step in broadening the religious base in Israel. Prot. Sil Greenberg, in dedicating the Seminary Student Center, concludi remarks stating that the one present building is the firsl in a %  ries of projected programs by 1 .. rj. Sitting ni xt to him eturi the US in the v ee hours oi Fri ing, I ti agreed thai in and ,." StU,,-nt Center in I ra< he • %  i. • t cxtremi righl -. -.•: %  me ielt ni al •. %  %  enefited For the s] I! ry om %  cahe Ychudafc Esisfcriis Officers At a general membership meeting Henry Gilbert was reelected tor a second term as president of Congregation Yehuaah Moshe. New ly elected vice presidents are Sherman S. Winn, Robert Lipof and Harry Raben. Treasurer Ronald L. Thaw was elected for a second term, and Marcella Epstein as secretary. Members of the board of trustees are Jerry Ashman. Sam Berke. Edward Crawford, David Dogoloff. Joseph Elman, Malcolm Fromberg. Max Polis, Marvin Rosman, Joseph Rosenfeld. Gerald Schecter, Murrv Silvershein. Jack Thaw. Carl Wool. Drs. Louis Lottenberg. Abraham Pemsler and Martin S. Trop. Sherman S. Winn, vice president and general manager of the Batmoral hotel, who recently made a good-will tour of Europe with Gov. I arris Bryant in an effort to stimulate and' promote "tourism" in Florida, was named vice president and chairman of the board. 33 Are Scheduled Fer Consecration I-, S | ..! Ol '*wil! be h .. ,,. .xemp • Emanu El this week th rvicea beginI rnurs at P m On : %  da) : mng 33 children who hi • completed the ninth year of religious scl M nin ll *S confiri i I. Theii msecration will ,,. a part of the morning worship service, which % %  '•' a Among thos *ho will tacoj l.rmed are Bonnie, daughter 0| Judge and Mrs. Irving Cypen; Adrienne. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Deblinger;Vall.8.daughte. of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley NJ. Roalyn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil C.ll; Jane', daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Jam-llalpern. M.san daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William llurwit; Marilynn. daughter of Mr. and Mr... Joseph Jacobson. Harriet, daughter of Mrs Estelle 1>. 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rY 30 S t (LB + lnir lay Tune : Zionism Scurre of He3td Debate in Israel %  %  • %  %  • % %  • • %  1 : • .: • • %  1 er.ina %  I he irtt of his own %  ngei /•:-• %  z .Max Bressler, president of the 2ionist Organiiation of America, contended that there was a iacx cf leadersh'p in the America^ movement, which he callei "a flock without a shepherd." He said the "lack of ksdersh p" stemm'-d frcm the activities of the Conference of Presidents of /'ajor American Jewish Crgar.itationt He said every president. Confirmation At Ner Tamid nflrmation T Ner Tamid will be held Fri Students to be confirmed. •. Rabbi Eugene Lavovitz offiV.J are: Jeffrey and Kenneth, -on of Mr Mrs Ben Avick; Mitchell. • Mr *rA Jdrs I.' nard Moriber; is. :-3 being constantly 11 ilways facet! with the c 5 A Zion r Hareject) f Amei natioi line • ;; she said tmern Z.onUt Council •. z stai r-, of the Actions % %  • %  % %  Vgency's imn Z 3 : the Agency's immigration partmi \harnn Zi'lina. chief : the absorption department Mr. Shragai gave the leaders a v : vid picture of the current immigration, and of the problems to confront his department in the near future. Mr. Zisling reported that every new immigrant now reaches his designated "place of absorption within 12 hours of his arrival." f Dr and Mrs Leonard, son Mr and Mrs. Paul Wilson. • %  al the sen ii e, the foil i. 1 mbers of the Tempi-choir unthe direction of Ji eib,%  f< % %  months Evelyn Lev} Vnnetti ntinues M she Sharetl told the I : %  ... -. : Hi -V. You' .... .. ::.es past %  gious • I this inciple serui :. 1 I ptioi • % %  • %  the free t 11 • rder to ly. I -ti rs wen 1 I • rma•:> Some 5.0 me fi irii • • %  I Emphasizing the need to expand the network of Jewish Agency emissaries throughout the world, Mr. Sharett disclosed that In all of America there were only four emissaries dealing wth immigration. In many places he declared "the writing on the wall has already appeared but one is oblivious to these warnings in many p jtes of danger." Thanking the lea Ii 1 if thi %  ed Jewish Appeal for their untiring \ work, Mr Sharetl said, however, j that income lagged behind the 1 i• We mu.-t not at thigreat moment fail to supply the meai n quire i for the aiaantic ta-k of 1 absorbing the aliyah which is knocking at our gates, he El Ai Israel Airlines extended a friendly hand to the pecr'.e of Iran by sending :ei:ei supplies to the recent flood victims :the Teheran creu ".'pen the appeal of the wife of the Ir : Prime Ministe liate help for flood victims, El Al other firms in Israel ited two tons of food and me supplies. V.' latter of hours, El A! organized, arranged and dispatched '.: aircraft the vital materials to Teheran where •.%  % %  w ire mded over to the Rod Sun and dent of the Red Cross. I •. -:.;• ed at Lod Airport near Tel ". %  .. Kidnap Plotted n Kunken Gus \' n Paul. Ida H • %  • :\ %  .-. % % %  Ji e S harlin, William -man and Louis Levine. A reception in honor of th •. will be hosted by ihe par ents of the confirmand%  --. .. Mr -: I thai the n of immigration to Is: • .. much more balanced i.r.d healthy, comprising more pie He cautioned the Actions Committee delegates that, while for DIVIDENDS HOW TO GET 2 IN 30 DAYS Even If you've fust been paid a semi-annual or quarterly dividend on savings anywhere else, you can now have another dividend paid to you on June 30. Just open or add to your WASHINGTON FEDERAL savings account on or before June 20 and your savings will earn a full month's dividend paid to you at the end of June, when WASHINGTON FEDERAL will pay 29,000 savers more than $900,000 in quarterly dividends. Every savings account at WASHINGTON FEDERAL earns at the current annual rate of 4'/|% paid and compounded four times a year. Savings accounts are insured up to $10,000 by a permanent agency f the United States Government. Why not open or add to your savings account today at any of WASHINGTON FEDERAL'S 4 conveniently located offices? WASHINGTON |) FEDERAL SAVINGS 01J I0*>. ASSOCUT'OM Of MUM I ItlCI 1701 %  •:..' %  .%  '..., JE 8-8452 f'lN.E. 167th St. • 945-7675 The current year will mark a mmigration if the AQOII1ST wOlufUQntl CorUnued from Page 1A worked with Eichmann during the war and superv ised thi of Jews trom Salonika and Slovakia Later, at least until last November. Brunner lived in Damascus under the name of George 1 .her, engaging in the arms fade. Brunner had been sentenced to death here in absentia for war crimi Brunner was reported as having hired a Lebanese to organize the kidnapping of Dr. Goldmann. He came to Austria, carrying large sums of money, and lived for a time with relatives of Brunner. I'i Austria, he discussed the plot with prominent former Nazis, including Jan VerBelen. the former Belgian SS leader, who is now under arrest here for charges of having committed war crimes. During the plotting, the Lebanese agent contacted a former SS officer at Hamburg The German Government aot wind of the plot alter the Hamburg man had been brought into the plot JACK 0 GOUOON ATHU M CjUt'.'OS (-, -,. 1,, FR!I TO OUR RtADtRS! 24-Year Hebrew-English Calendar. 32 passes. All dates and Hebrew equiva. lents and days of the week, Oct. 1910 to Sept. iy64. I Important Jewish holiday! to 1970. For free copy write to H. J. Heinz Company, Dept. 32, Pittdburtfh 30. Penusj Ivar.ie SUPERIOR STAMP & SEAL WORKS MANUFACTURERS Of SUPERIOR RU8BER STAMPS Corporation Seals and Supplies CHARLIE MERZ, Owner 613 N.E. 1st Ave. FR 4-1034 Welcome Wagon celebrates the arrival of each new baby with a friendly call—with a basket of gifts and congratulations of the entire community. Be sure to tell Welcome Wagon of the arrival of every new baby in your life. HI 8-4994 WELCOME WAGON i\WM Uwtf l?Au7J



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Friday. June 8. 1962 If* /.* fhridictr Cuban Jewish Colony Yearns for Friendly Hand Continued from Paqa 1-A ,^ m Page 7-A aqo 1-A •'And the pittance thai forms our I idget makes n tremendous y dif' cult for us tt> operate." Sr. Ivilusin ted ver "It is the cost hardly (if our office, The two leaders estimate that •here are about 500 Cuban Jews-h families in Greater Miami foray, and almost all of them are n financially deperate siraits. It is prcb.-.tly op'imis*ic la say •hat they saved an average of 10 recent of the pr'"e)rty 'hey •crmerly owned in Cuba. Most came hare with no hi.ig. :. pre-Castro % % %  t:ba lived mainly, in Ha\ an i Sr ..iu-;n. \ ho v .in i Cuba's i M-i pn minenl Is. ex i lained thai the communilj numbered some lo.Odo persons. "We ..(I about oO.ooo retu.:ccdunns; 'lie Hitler era. bul mo-: of them Mi alter the war The B Jews and -ome of the French returned to their own countries The i tajorit) came to the U.S." Many of Cuba's Jews weie • dustry—textile, shoe-manufacturng, ami import-export But perI. ps a third of them were memII. rof the working class A good %  mber were also n pn sented in %  ( profession?—medicine, law, en-1 I neering, and teat Ahado they do todaj i Vliami? DR. FUIX H. RIYllR displaced judge "Most do nothing." Dr. Reyler. himself a former istinauished juris id "A fortunste few have been able to co hack into business tr. Miami. The largest number, hiwever, do what they can to earn II living. whih includes menial t;'.-k<. and most sutler outright unemployment." 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Miami Some have moved out of Miami —particularly those brought into the rescue and relief programs of Urited Hias. But the Cuban Jews who have preferred to oo it alone remain in Miami. "Most hepe to go back to Cuba some day." Sr, Kalusin came lo Cuba about •in years ago, He was horn in Poland, which he left after World War I. came to Mexico, and settled .i -hurt while later in Havana. He has been president of a variety oi prominent religious, cultural and professional Jewish organizations then For over 15 years, he pi rlly presided over the Hiasaffiliated programs in Cuba. "I had heard man} taies of I edy and woe," Sr Kalusin said, "and all touched my heart, particularly during the terrible Hitler %  r.i But it take.becoming refugee yourself to understand.. He "aan active leader in Bondlor Israel, as well as in other Israel-oriented societies. The first Cuban to establish the plasticsmanufacting industry in his country. Sr. Kalusin watched it grow into an international operation, with branches in other South American nations. "The other day," he commented wryly, "I read in the papr where the last of my plants has been confiscates'.'' Nevertheless, Sr. Kalusin considers himself one of the fortunate few. He came to Miami in 1959 with his wife end three children, having seen the handwriting on the wall early. Dr. Reyler arrived here in 1961 Married and the lather of two children, he is a native Cuban, a graduate attorney, and was the first in his class at the Universitj ol Havana During histudent days In won a scholarship to Columbia University in New York city, and subsequently ruse in his profession to become the lir.-t Jewish judge in Cuba, where he was active in a variety of Jewish social, religious, JWV Chief Urges Continuing Fight On Radical Right Critics of the radical ripht should not be intimidated by threats or actual acts oi violence, a Miamian declared here this week. He is Henry Norton, a Miami attorney and commander of the Department of Fiorina. Jewish War Veterans of the r s A "Those who are cognizant of tin aims of radical right personalities should not fear speaking out against \'\,and their organizations, ini :i ing the American Nazi Party. ates Rights, [nc the John l gi i., ; %  ai i the Minute Men." Norton declared In a statement issued here, Norton said that all echelons of the Jewish War Veterans should "step up their attacks" on the i?dical right "so that it becomes common knowledge that the naive, the frustrated, and the disgruntled who fall for the rightist propaganda line, are simply hammering another nail in what the lunatic Fascist fringe hopes will be the coffin of American democracy." A Idi Nortoi rerroi ists assas VI • % % %  ''> x post I here have spawned in the ranks oi thi ra n the %  i | %  Pfi |p reveal to pal mei i) u > thai motivates thi ir : ests Acci %  IWV has fou c1 mmunisi • und America is traditionally a haven TRAVUlHG? Call SHAW HAVEL StBVKt. tntHt. n ln AW STlVMSMI* HOTEl for exiles, and perhaps the usualoess ol refugees amonn you dulls the experience and what if means for the uprooted This, we ...•sun you, is not usual for us. We are the uprooted, and it would be nice if you simply extended us a comforting hand. "Now. about those daily meeting quarters w ( mod Youngster Counts, Progrcm Theme "E\&erj y< ..• -•< i i, the lhi MI, | • lood devi lopmi nt ram ol the Greater Miami Jewish i ity C( nti : sti ti ; ; : (;;,i P ectoi i spoke to a ; n % %  ; ,: pan ^ ,vh % %  :, reg%  -' %  rii ihi ren for thi easot Gi VIi; : -;. v cimmunity Center's spring registration is now taking placi .1; four locations under the direction of the follow;. ing head teachers: Mrs. Charles Harris, Southwest YMHA Branch. 7215 Coral Way; Mr.-. Ted Uein.-'.ock. Miami Beach YMHA Branch. 1536 Bay rd ; .Mrs. Bertha Kramer. North Countv %  ... • :\;!:.\ Branch no:.; NE :ii ave : 3 ,.„ i: -, Miami YMHA Branch, 450 SW I6lh %  i During thi 1962-63 season, Gale i ail' uill c insist of lly-l rained te ichers, at earh branch, an chil I development din ctor, ps> chiatrist, as roup i>o:'k pron -.miceol GMJl Small in w hich each child i .... opporlunit} for individual pment of maximum potential will be tin keynote m the 1962ii:i -eason. The program will include vocabularj and concepts throush play, nit. music, trip.-, story-telling, and social relationship5?^S Trembling and 21... 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r--^ : • %  MmiartrrkU^r -.: %  June 5P9 No Decision Reached Yet On cichmann's Many Papers rose rVew BBiberq Michie! 2 Zef yew Go, Zionists Urge Russia C^.-v not include, m~j ts dutie* o^ members of tht proposed WJO, the duty of enco^reflnnc, pioneering emigration to l*rael "because I do not believe that an organization which doe* not obligate itj own member* to emigrate to l*reel tn influence youth abroad to emigrate to Israel." Furthermore, he charged, the WZO it not fulfilling its obligation, unoertaken in its charter. Dr G Udmann %  :' %  -%  .' %  7 .... .,..,.•-.. .... I ti %  • Zionist Every • • Sor However, Mr. Sharett said, he dK* not believe that the World Zionist executive must always react to such BervGurion announcements. He made it clear that "this regrettable situation" dees not have any connection with the functioning of the joint Israel Government-Jewish Agency Coordinating Board. Jr. the r.am* of all members of the ->.-' dive h* stated, • i like state that th* Co. it the i executive : • full J • ird Prime M r loptec -. for • f Israel suprei %  ran: ton A pro] irtj be a i ;• • anun JSJJ postponed b> the AcHigh Coun of the World /.. Pnagreai The proposal for such postponement *a rr.a'ie by Dr GotdmaaB after Piahu Rosen, one of the leaders of the Liberal Party rael. had stated that the Actions Committee was not author-' ized to add members to the Agen-I cy exec u t i ve. Cortinutd f'em Page 1-A • ;MM 'is* 4-nount of docu— "'. %  • tertiary and other mate f t s acc-•*" %  -'***d in conrec• ;%  •*"<3 Ci^nrj the long E %  — >.-%  trials and appa s The '. reeerd will PP* r no ;, r;- b.t also Ml Eng:i"S pMMbly n the German %  Eg %  I f El 11*5 1 ... I %  %  Fustice T-.• Fn Part j ....... ernment. i r of deal e slightest rei rs r •: i for thi %  • • v ( -.ltion Of Adolf E hmani as reflected I a' %  nth re] ^ ma i lonrderei ho ha nisi • • I i %  • %  ved • %  r 3 i ri • %  %  %  %  %  %  Ral • the Israel I %  %  %  -. ert of 11 -.:•Leon I Feuei I Toledo. : iert. i i i i k %  %  %  : Miller Electric Co. of Miami, Inc. QUALITY CONTtACTlUt I SitVKt 3905 N.W. 37th Ct Ph. NE 3 2686 BATTERIES for ALL AMERICAN and FOREIGN CARi Experts on Starter and Generator Repairs BATTERIES — GE-NERATORS — STARTERS HI-VOLT IIA ITERl IXC. SALES A SERVICE at Home or On the Read 1850 N.W. 7th Avenue FR 94451 •345 S. Dixie Highway MO 1-5*57 %  I if ; Merkos Group Plans Luncheon At a Merfcoi L'inyonei Chimichl.:-.>... a" tlM le for a luneheoo to be b %  Tin luncbeot %  • • from a I; : Lubavitcber Rel .' the 1 All CONDITIONED BOMJLEVARB III If Iff SALO\ SWEDISH MASSAGE • CABINETS • COLONrCS MONDAY tkr* SUNDAY 9 mjm. 7 |ua. 2080 BISCAYNE BLVD. Out-Calls Ph. FR 3-1252 ROOFING CO. M Tears ki Uiml tdt n m D.p.Mos.litT Re-reofieg A Repair* All Type Rooft — Since 1 ?20 AS! FCR FREE ESTIMATES ON HOOFING Phone FR 3-6244 Baby Die-Dee Diaper Service j "CINTII mAMri niir An Exclusive Laundry lor Diapers and Baby Clothes 2111 N.W. 10th AVENUE PH0SE FBC-S59J %  I i %  erry THE McCUNE COMPANY CONSULTANTS — APPRAISERS WATERMELON TIME IS HERE! Enpoy Ice-Cold Slice* at Our Tables ... Or Take Out! ALSO HALVES AND WHOLE < < < i 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4. < FOSTER ELECTRIC COMPANY, INC. Electrizol Contractors %  ~ %  L %  COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL ALTLRATC-.S % % %  • %  '. E PAUl FOSTER, president A t >_ '•G and "E VIP ". 2J64 W. FUGLEB ST. HI -2671 • %  /' A Mci Oi,i Dai HI 3-0922 MIAMI Established 1914 FRcmldin 3-7796 ~SHTPT> €7*Sy -7 PhCiNi IN TOUt OBCERS FR 4-2710 FR 4-8783 1789 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD We Pack 'em Rite Herel |0e Dally I J.. t A.M. 10 P.M. rot BITTIK HIAITH VISIT THt WiAMI HEALTH INSTITUTE Priyiical Theropv Body Conditioning General Diognosi* and X Ray Colonic Irrigation* Cabinets and Massage Ultra Sonic Therapy 7235 Biscayne Blvd. PHONI PI 77234 "Prompf Day ond nlighf Sfrvice" Mt?CORMICK-BOYETT PLUMBING CONTRACTORS FOR SALES, SERVICE OR REPAIRS PHONE Pt 70606 J443 PARKWAY DRiVE M!AM $H0R r S RO( ,. 0A YOU GET MORE CALLS WHEN YOUR PHONE IS ALWAYS ANSWERiD We can answer your phone in your own n-r, Less than $5 per week for a foil time Telephone Secretary ANSWERITE, INC. TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE Phone JEfferson 8-0721



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Friday. June 8, 1962 +J(wist fkrirfti/n Page 9-A UJA Leaders WHS Meet in Gotham By Special Report NEW YORK — Jewish leaders from ever) section of the United States will meet in New York Citj on Mondaj io report on the status of the I'niiod Jewish Appeal's iiM!2 mid-year cash drive for $39,500,000 and to receive both an accounting of the progress of th;-year's over all UJA drive and that which I'.l.v supported agencies are making mi meeting the immigration and welfare porblems affecting 600.000 Jews in Israel and 26 other overseas countries. Speakers at the UJA's national uation class of Temple Ner Tamid relig. i school shown at exercises last Friovening in the main sanctuary of mple are (left to riqht) seated Lewis Rothn Melinda Woskow, Linda Dubeshter, iyne Frichason. Standing (left fo right) are Felsot. Jeffrey Breslaw. Meyer Samberg. education director, Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, Edwin Ades. Steven Ecker, and Joseph Huppert. Louis Rothlein was recipient of the annual Temple Ner Tamid Adult Award for the graduation class. Wayne Prichason received an award from the Sisterhood. Argentine Anti-Semites Use Bombs ii Continued from Page 1A ... :• -t Eichmann's hanging in police guards stationed II I \.ir.ou> Israeli and local buildings emphasized the f threats and disturbances ..i occurred since the Eich ii storj in Israel had begun to •he climax achieved there ; hmann's execution. Bombs been thrown auainst other schools; in a provincial city ,ieli lla;; was burned on a street; and the wall outside "' Buenos Aires cemetery for uas daubed with an inscription, in red letters, proclaiaming: II Kichmann dies—death to the Ji The Argentine Foreign Ministry iss • d a communique, stating: "Acg to information received from Jerusalem. Adolf Eichmann hi been executed. The Foreign ry regrets that Israel's justribunals did not take into aci the explicit provisions of Ai.intine law, according to which Ihi nndemned man should have • red lesser punishment. This manifestation does not in thleast diminish the energetic £nd indignant repudiation of enmes against humanity in which the sentenced man was said to havt been involved as author or cc participant, according to the sentence pronounced by the court in Jerusalem In the history of modern times, these crimes, which were directed more against humanity than against the Jewish people, will never be obliterated. Neither will they be obliterated with the expiation of one human life—an action not foreseen in our criminal code," the Government communique concluded. Meanwhile, police in Vienna and in oilier large Austrian centers established special patrols Sunda) in front of synagogues and other Jewish institutions, to guard against pi ssible demonstrations of reactionary students groups or other neo-Nazi formations in connection With the execution of A.-!olf Kichal outcome nf the Eichmann case. although one newspaper, the Express, voiced regret that Eichn.ann had mentioned Austria in his last message to the world in which he lauded three countries: Germany, Austria and Argentina. "He did Austria no favor by mentioning it in his last words" the new paper declared. Most newspapers pointed out that Eichmann died without repentance or remorse for his crimes Die Presse noted that "the disgrace tc humanity has now been wiped out," but cautioned that "sonic people living now in luxury cannot realize even now the scope of the mass killings" committed by the Nazis during World War II. The Kleines Yolksblatt. organ of the mann in srael Israeli Embassy ,, cs pa a memb „ o[ he and consular offices were also unAusInan coalition Government, der special guard. stated .. Eicnmann had not found The Austrian press, in general, milder judges in other countries" expressed satisfaction with the finoutside Israel. Rabbi Baumgard Earns Degree Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. spiritual leader of Temple Beth Am. will be awarded a Doctor of Hebrew Letters degree by the He sky, editor-in-chief of the new Jewish Publication Society translation of the Bible. According to Dr. Orlinsky, Habbi Baumgard has shed new light on the meaning of the brew I'nion College .lew ish Insti-j"Tree of the Knowledge of Good tute of Religion at special exer and Evil." cises to be held at Temple Emanuel in New York this Saturday. 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Page 10-A *• Unitt finrkHSU) Friday, June 8. 19£2 Curtain Falls for Adolf Eichmann JERUSALKM-(JTA>—One of the most came to a fitting end in Israel wrier. Adolf Eichmann of clemency, the hanging eas carwas executed for crimes without a parallel in the blood) record of ried out. The bed? was sxamined man's inhumanit> to man. The story ol the search for the former chief of the bureau lor Ji wish Affair^ in Hitler's infamous Gestapo burst up.-n the world When Prima Uiimur David Ban-Gurion-j i nnounced to the Kaessei on May j by a governmtr'. physic in who i pronounced liie to be extinct at l?n 2 ;i:5fi hourilbM p.m.)' The bulletin added thai Ihi e**cution HHH v.?in^s*t>'by !r. -upeiinter.de.'.t ;.: ptiaaOS 9 j i960 thai Eichmann had been quickly. Earlier in Ihe week—on ...rnment physician, an officer i of penocide against the people and oiher crimes against humanity. The la.-t act of tne arama came Miami Beach Elks won top honprs for charitable contributions :o the Harry Anna Crippled Children's Home at Umatilla, Fla.. in 1961. Grand Exalted Ruler William A. (Bill) Wall awarded a certificate of merit to Joseph W. Malek (right). Miami Beach attorney, and exalted ruler of the Miami Beach Elks Lodge, :or raising over SI0.000 for the home. The Beach Elks were also praised for having the largest membership in the state. Presentation was made at the annual convention of the Florida State Elks Assn., which ended in Jacksonville on June 2. Past District Deputy Grand Exalted Ruler Marvin Kimmer s shown at left. Coral Way Center Elects Levenson Alvin Levenson has been elected presi eat oi Coral Way Jewel ter. nson. who attended school at 1 ston and St .lohn Universities, is : to the daughter of the late ubi Joseph Waldman. i .
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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"eJewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THF JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 35 Number 23
Miami. Florida. Friday, June 8, 1962
Two Sections Price 20*
Miami's Cuban Jewish Colony Yearns for a Friendly Hand
Members of the Cuban Jewish
refugee colony in Miami are des- \
pcratc for a bit of old-fashioned at-
tention. As some of their leaders
put it. they would deeply appre-
CUte the simplest nod of recog-
nition in the sphere of social, econ!
.mic. ard particularly religious af-
fairs.
Cubar Jews here are searching
for tuck attentionbut sometimes
thev search in vain.
"The fact is, however, that we
are deeply grateful for the man-
ner in which we have been re-
ceived by the American Govern-
ment and the Greater Miami Jew-
ish community." This, at least,
is the view of Enrique Kalusin,
president of the recently-formed
Cuban Hebrew Social Circle of
Miami.
Sr Kalusin prefers to accent the
AUTHORITIES GUARD SYNAGOGUES
Argentine Anti-Semites
Throw Bombs in Wake
Of Eichmann Hanging
Bl'ENOS AIRES-IJTA'-Two ing revenge for the execution of
positive, unlike other members of
the Cuban Jewish refugee colony.
"We absolutely do not feel that we
are unwanted." Sr. Kalusin declar-
ed here Wednesday, "or that Amer-
ican Jew> consider us a 'burden'."
The organization he heads has
been formed "to help ourselves in
order that we may be assisted by
olhers. What we need most is to
come together for orientation ses-
sionsand particularly to keep up
S X
%vP cs*
the morale of Cuban Jews here."
This means that the Cuban He-
brew Social Circle of Miami, more
than anything else at the moment,
needs accommodations for daily
meeting quarters. "What we've got
to do is to get our people off the
streets," Sr. Kalusin declared,
"where they stand around lethar
t,tcaUy."
Right now. the organization has
offices at 602 Mercantile Bank
hldg., Lincoln Mall. It started la?:
December with a membership of
some 125. Today, it has leveled
olf to about 100 members. Each
pays a dollar a month. There are
approximately 200 more who want
to join, according to Dr. Felix H.
Heyler, executive director of the
Circle, "but the monthly dollar fee
is a huge sum for them," he ex-
plained.
Continued on Pane 7-A
MoIoua cocktail" bombs were
tossed Monday from a passing au-
tomobile against the Union of
Israel j-chool on Paso Street. At
about UK same time, occupants of
mother speeding car machine-
gunned the windows in front of the
offices of the Zim Israel Naviga-
tion Company, on lntalcahuano
street Only material damage was
caused by both attacks, and no one
vas injured.
The attacks are believed to have
been th. work of extremists seek-
For your reading enjoy
nun: on Shavuot. don't miss
then features:
Jewry's Divine Gift
Page 4 \
Torah True Jew-
Page 13 A
Cod in the Desert
Page 14-A
Adolf Eichmann who was captured
in Argentina and brought to Israe'
for trial. Argentine police posted
special guards, as soon as word
of Eichmann's hanging was receiv-
ed here, around the buildings oc-
cupied by the Israeli Embassy.
Jewish centers and synagogues.
Monday morning, leaders of
the DAIA, central organization of
Argentine Jewry, held an emer-
gency meeting with Dr. Jorge
Walter Perkins, Minister of the
Interior in the Argentine Govern-
ment. They requested that spec-
ial security measures be taken to
protect Argentine Jewry and Jew-
ish institutions from further at-
tacks by extremists and terror-
ists.
. personal experience
Top JWB Leader Defends
Centers in Tiff With Rabbis
ATLANTIC CITY. N.J.-UTA.-A vigorous reply to Conservative
.rabbis who recently attacked the Jewish community "ter movement
(A Jewish Telegraphic Agency w iMued here by Saniord Solender. executive vice preside ofhe
dispatch from Montevideo report- Natlonal Jewi8n Welfare Board in an ^^\^Z^tZ
Let Jews Go,
Zionist Group
Urges Russia
CRtniD WITH TSEPHMT/OW P4GE 5-4
SOURCE Of HE4TED DEB4TE P4GE 6-4
JERUSALEM(JTA> A resolution calling upon all countries which
still forbid emigration of Jews to Israel to halt such denial of "historic
rights" was adopted here by the Actions Committee of the World Zion-
ist Organization. The resolution
I specifically naming the Soviet
I Union among countries forbidding
'exit of Jews who wish to go to Is
jrael. called upon the discrimina-
ting countries net only to recog-
nize the rights of the Jews to emi-
'grate but also to recognize the hu-
manitarian aspect of the reunifi-
cation of families.
ed that government police of Uru-
guay had adopted special security
measures to guard the Israeli Em-
bassy and synagogues, and to pre-
vent any violent actions in protest
Continued on Page 9-A
*
No Decision Reached Yet
On Adolf's Many Papers
10NG UVl GERMANY." MGf 3-4
CURTAIN f AUS ON 4D01F P4GE 10-4
Austria and
ence of Jewish Communal Service,
rabbis were seeking "to turn back
progress in understanding and co-
operation between community cen-
ters and synagogues and to destroy
the centers."
The JWB executive, newly elec-
ted president of the National Con-
ference of Social Welfare, addres-
sed the annual meeting of the Na-
tional Assn. of Jewish Center Work
ers held in conjunction with the
communal service conference. The
meeting had been moved up two
(|;,vs to provide an early oppor-
tunity for discussion of the syna
gogue-center issue by Mr, Solender
and Rabbi Isaac Trainin, director
of the Commission on Synagogue
relations ot the Federation of Jew-
ish Philanthropies of Greater New
York.
"Both Hm synagogue and the
Jewish community center have
vital functions in American Jew-
ish life," Mr. Solender declared.
Mr. Solender charged that the
Continued on Pige B-A
Co tinned on Pige H-A
JERUSALEM m, -The g^ SSSr. the ashes
Government has. as yet. made no ;; ken ., In)liee boat to sea
decision on what to do with Adoll scattered lhe Mediterran-
Eichmann's long diary, which ne ^ m^hW lsr.u.H waters
wrote dunng bis incarceration ana M justice
trials in this country. .. was learn- The r..|| Mir) .try>* Jujka
ed her, Eichmann-S German has begu,, prepanng for publ.c.
counsel. Dr Robert Servatius, had
requested that the Eichmann writ-
ings h. turned over to him as Eicn-
mann's "family property" whicn
the lawyer Indicated, would be
publishei
The diary is separate from Eich- rewish Fed- spowible for w..
mann's last will, which was turn- Tlu, Greater Miam. Jewish ^ ,m(, resetllement, with he ex
,.,, ..,. or. servatius In the t|.aIloll wi receive an Awara of emigraUon to Israel,
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
Reveal Plot
For Abduction
Of Goldmann
VIENNA (JTA) A plot foil-
ed bv the West German Govern-
ment', for the kidnapping of Dr
Nahum Goldmann and holding him
in an Arab country as a hostage to
be exchanged for Adolf Eichmann.
was disclosed here by the Arbeiter-
Zeitung, organ of 'he dominant
Socialist Party.
The plan envisaged the kidnap-
ping of Dr. Goldmann. during a
Visit he had made last summer to
Bonn. The plot had been reported-
ly hatched by Alois Brunner. a
rormer Gestapo official who had
Continued on Page 6-A
The Actions Committee, policy-
making body of the WZO between
sessions of the World Zionist Con-
gresses, adopted the immigration
resolution among others passed at
the closing session of its week-long
meeting here. Other resolutions
called for strengthening every as-
pect of world Zionist activity and
for the placing of major emphasis
on the broadening of immigrant-
absorption operations in Israel, in
view of increased immigration into
this country.
Dr. Nahum Goldmann, presi-
dent of the WZO, told the closing
session that greater effort toward
increased American Jewish im-
migration to Israel was needed
on the part of the American
Jewish community.
A subcommittee of the Actions
Committee engaged in a hot de-
bate on the attacks made against
the Zionist movement by Prime
minister David Ben-Gurion. The
group adopted a sharp resolution
criticizing Mr Ben-Gurion, but de-
cided not to present that draft to
Continued on Page 8-A
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Federation to Get Was Award at Annual Meet
rCwciauvii *^ .......... ment; and so cn down ,he
the'disposal of his remains, in ease ^fugees fleeing
vorld-wide emigra-
ment; and so on down the line
of local agencies.
When the refugees were only
trickling in, Federation saw the
problem that was arising, and be-
nt execution. He preferred lhathis j,,,, Castro.
body b< cremated and the ashes
divided into four partsone part
,., be given to his family.three jo '" mlgr,tion agency re-
other parts to be buried, respecI ttonai
Tjtfr^h'
Many have oeen treated at
. iinai Hospital; the National
Council of Jewish Women has aid-
ed them in relations with federal
agencies; the Jewish Family and
Chilc'rer.'s Service has helped
with foster care for refuges chil-
dren; the Greater Miami Jewish
Community Centers have aic'ed 1 ., marshalling Its forces When
the children with their summer trick|e became a Hood,
and pre school porgrams; the I agencies were ready,
lowish Vocational Service has
53 .he refugees find employ- I Continued on Page HA


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long Live Germany!'
And the Trap Door Falls
*&
Hebrew Academy graduating class, ninth
grade, are seated (left to right Miriam Becker,
Miriam Weiss. Susan Sachs, Shereen Dean,
Carol Esterman, Arlene Greenberg, Adrienne
Deblinger, Jacqueline Wohlfarth. Standing
left to right second row) are Rabbi Morns L.
Horovitz, assistant principal, Hebrew Depart-
ment. Hurry Weiss, Icn Temple, Arnold Re.:.-
LEO MINDLIN TO SPtAK
22 Will Graduate in First Exercises
At New Hebrew Academy Building
>.
hard, William Leii, Robert Galbut, Bernard
Zyss, Michael Robinowitz, and Donald Swartz,
assistant principal, English Department. Third
row (left to right) are Martin Kahan, Irving
Jacoby, Thomas Goldring, Randy Makovsky,
Lee Rosenhouse, Guy Spiecelman. Allan
Finkelsteir..
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; : pal said that I thi
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Leo Mindlir., executive editor
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arincipal speaker. His topic wiil
be "That We Have Been Brought
to this Day." Greetings will be
extended by the presidents of the
Hebrew Academy Men's organi-
TV Station
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Susai Sachs, Guj S|
man, Ian Temple, Harry Weiss,
Wohl-
: Bernard Zyss.
TEL AVIV (JTA i The cham-
ber in which Adolf Eichmann was
lumped this week had been a po-
lice storeroom. The gallows were
the first ever built in Israel. The
noose hung on a chain altaehed to
a cross-beam, an improvised gal-1
lows
Eichmann walked to the gallows,
each arm handcuffed to that of an'
clficer. He was pale, wearing
slacks and a shirt open at the neck,
The Rev. William L. Hull, a Can-
adian missionary who had been the
Nazi's spiritual counselor since
mid-April, walked with him plead-
ing for Eichmann "to return to
Jesus." Eichman only walked on.
At the gallows, the prison war-
den tied Eichmann's hands be-
hind him. The man who once
ruled huge sections of Europe
with whip and gun was quiet and
self-possessed. One of the of-
ficer's snapped out the word
"ready" in Hebrew. The trap-
door snapped open and Eichmann
plummeted into the opening.
When iu was told thai death was
said "tell my
:, : .,., i mly. I take it as
: ili.ii m> bi li< fis ci rrect"
thai he was nol responsible for the
- him.
The Nazi was hood but
11 usi 51 J. lon'1 need
' '.'.. :. i ha ke a smile,
h( .... ni i n "After a
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; the fati II men I've been
I I die
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Nazis whi hurch dur-
ing thi S t who still
. thi mselves nol
gentina, long live Austria. These
,ie the three countries with which
I had the closest ties and which I
wiil not forget. I greet my Wile,
family and friends. I had to obey
the laws of war and my flag. I am
n ady."
E hmann last irds were
ve Ar-
Rev. Hull said later that EicH-
mar.n remained obdurate to the
end. He was not prepared to dis-
cuss the Bible when the pastor
came to his cell a half hour be-
fore (he execution. Dr. Hull said
Eichmann told him "I have no
time to waste on it. I have peace
in my heart. To die would be a
relief for my soul."
The body was immediately cre-
mated and the ashes spread from
a police launch in mid-sea. This
had been done with the bodies of
the major war criminals hanged at
Nuremberg. When the police boat.
ietumed from the mission, the
crew immediately repainted it to
erase any pan of Eichmann's re-
mains that might have drifted on
i" anj part of it.
Klaus Eichmann. the executed
Nazi's i lesl in, declared in
I uenos Aires this week on learning
i I the execution of lus lather that
"history and mankind will judge
committed against my lather
j the Israeli State."
"History and mankind will have
[o reassess what is just and what is
unjust." he added. "Judaism has
d i nee again that money is
than law and justice."
They nee led a victim, some evi-
dence, to justify German money
paid i > mpensation. I never
...Ii injustice and darkness
lung nation
such as Israel, l hope this will
an end to war and revenge. '
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BoE MOM OB Ml /
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v. 'oncerinc ,r. *'*^ "c;^r cr~^r the
uodui froo: Egyptf
3.- S.-.~v_-_- also obrri the
-'; Temple ''.''. fJCWetl 3Du CT-.tS
. _= ncwever --.* ^rme gxa
v.e celebrate cr Friday end Sat-
urday above --- ofbat ccr_s.ee:-
ationa assoccrted with _.-._= bob-
dav. 1: me worla eves r.c
exceptionally tie r>e~er for tr.e
inoraj imtbi cairhifnad .--. these
lew; \-.e faint -ies net with -<;
krwt bal wifh a hrnnrmity ..-.-
onrpabia c: moueuitag up tc maii
It has sus-
in their
Tr.e Ten Cc--.-ar.drr.er.ts ore
Israel's gaaai aaritoaja ere she
has abared with men c: ah faiths.
lamad Jews throughout the ages
-.rr.er.is of peril and their experiences of tri-
umph.
Passover marked the l.beration o{ our on-
cer.: ancestors from the clutches of Egyptian
Ty.-cr.r.y. Shcvuot. which occurs precisely
seven weeks later, celebrates their attainment
of a si---.- aal destiny a destiny uncUminish-
ec sr.ee then by the passage of time and a
Biota] maturity from which has sprung mar,-
kind l r.obiest instincts.
As we relive the time when Moses scaled
tr.e .-.e.v-'.'s of Mt. Sinai to bring the Divinely-
ir.sp_red Ten Commandments to his people, let
us dedicate ourselves anew to live according
to :.':.: invaluable prir.iiples.
SrtEVUOTH
Grudging Affirmation
It is our belief that world opinion, as re-
flected in the press, seemed less affirmative
cbout the execution of Adolf Eichmann than
optimistic statements by Jewish leaders and
organizations would indicate.
Most of the editorial comment and report-
ing grudgingly submitted that "justice has
been done." But there was an undeniable
hanging back of complete concurrence in the
aftermath of the Eichmann trial.
Indeed, some editorialists and newsmen
phrased their pronouncements in an aura of
dire forecast about the future that the execu-
tion of the infamous No*i butcher would, as
Asahi of Tokyo put it, launch a new cycle of
hatred.
All of which reflects a far stronger under-
tow of sympathy for Eichmann than the most
educated guess might otherwise have sug-
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brand of justice he received, but about the
nature of the crime for which Adoli Eichman.-.
died. The mass slcughter of lews, however
repulsive in feet even for the worst of men. is
yet hardly an error in fancy even :cr some cf
the hes: of :hem.
gested.
A common criminal, with a single murder he soothes Dr. Goldmann's ruffled feelings by
attributed to him, would go to the gallows un- taking the high road with respect to a positive
heralded anywhere in the world. But Adolf
[. died at the end of an Israel hang-
man's noose in an atmosphere ranging b
gru< [ffirmation to frank criticism.
Thii talla us something :x>ut the
iss ncar. :: cm :
The 'Dialogue' for Today
The term, "dialogue" is r^:crr..r.a ar. in-
creasingly popular one. Fo: observers o: the
social scene, it is a fancy word mqgting :ne
need men have to iron cut the.: a_re:er.:e; by
talking rather than by warr.r.g.
The more diplomat.; arr.or.a -_s would co-
serve that Nahum Goldman- ar.d Israel Prime
Minister David Ben-Guricn have beer, er.gaaed
in a "ciclogue" on the ces:.r.y o: Zioms.
But Moshe Sharett. a former Prime Minister
of Israel, has been trying tc get into the "d.a-
logue," too. And this tends to complicate ot-
ters.
For the Goldmanr.-Ben-Guricr. dialogue" is
at least an honest one. Mr. Ben-Gurion tells
American Jewry, particularly, that they indeed
put their money where their mouths are but
that this is not enough. He tells American Jews
that it is their sons and daughters he wants.
and Israel needs. Short of that, he has no in-
terest whatever in anguished definitions of
Zionism today.
For his part. Dr. Goldmann is inclined to-
ward the historic view toward the contri-
bution of diaspora Jewry to the rebirth of Israel
and toward visions of the horizon of future
contributions.
But Moshe Sharett wants a little of each.
He subtly suggests that Prime Minister Ben-
Gurion is correct in his view; yet he angrily at-
tacks him for expressing it. At the same time.
interpretation of diaspora Jewry's role in the
scheme of things today and tomorrow.
The trouble with Sharett's approach is that
dfirmi a confusion the Jewish Agency
in fact and in fiction.
Dr Sf ek: Tbe integrated Mij -*! 3
icg up < r People who ere i
-: eraL leaj the fi
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Miss Soar there any wa e car move -
this ^cple differ*'.' f: ~
Dr Spock: American] ire arwaji saying. "Oh. you car.- lee
m :r.j- and i: u trot that you cant cornmaM ie-
that pec pie change Ibt But the fact := as studies ha -
ihawn, thai ..' joe chanft n :.-.: :: :s harder for pe-.pie I
discriminate .-. .- r and groups do begin
mix it work :r :r. their n a bscriminator; i"..:_
do begin to break dour: anc pe-^ple becorr.-. Criendhet
IGsi Noar RThsl i ier play in influencing i ;r...
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Dr Spock: kf] i teacher is in a rerj key
r. If e assurr.'. parent ana a somewhat pr
tttitudi then the child, begini md the age of six. would like tc
:deai He wanu to f:r>d out uhat teachet
outside groups beiie\e at- then ready to be;.o (
treat ic belief] with hit parent]

PARENTS MUST COOPERATE
kJiSS NOAR: 9 s paj attention to
*"'- need lot lotergrouf relation] n in dolea-
"
I Spocl me aare of the specific social ni-
ce to their parents social
- a- :.-..- <_ ;,r. : I think that this would put n
Ifk the school ca-
and what's wrong It ha?
parents, so 1 would think that this is an
- worked o%er in PTA
of books upon tb* child's tdh
ii liffi rencei
Dr Spock I think thai : recently have school people bet
n re i an f how i there ii |hth salj writl
Ireo'i storie] songi Prejudices have per-
aU -' without anvhody being particularly aware
them. They barrage all children all the time. Certainly the f
have a particular gation to keep questioning not only their text-
books but all of the other more informal influences.
Itisi Noar: what damage is done by parents who pa-
prejudices and hatreds on to their children?

PREJUDICE INCREASES INADEQUATELY
ft" SPOCK: Parents must realue that prejudice not on!>
those who are in the group that's discriminated against,
child himself is hurt. When parents say that a certain group -
nice, or "not like us."" the> are really teaching a child to be a:
of people in the community This makes him a less adequate pel
in hi* dealings with others in childhood and eventually in adult;
Its better to teach children to trust other people. By far the "
important thing is to bring up children so secure that they don :
deep fean and are not susceptible to getting angry with indiM'-
or groups on slight provoca'
lUsa Noar: Democracy is being threatened from a number I
different dip rejudiced person liktsh to be attract-. I
political extremism from both the right and the left?
Dt Y. I think v e'li common denominator It -
ick up prejudice and pra,
and more likely t,
an extreme polii :
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Conservative Rabbis Greeted With Trepidation'
By RAEBI MAYER A2RAMOWITZ
I was sitting i the Convention
[i ,i! | the i instructed and
II unfinished Bmj anei Ha'uma in
4 the World
Syna nvention.
. ,., Hi lie did nol
[fer ich In n i venl
,.. re tni al ul with
n | the r
the ray oi
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set foot
Boe
lr, .-. cd a mcssa
. d rnai I Se^ i x i ive
I the ed S; nag igue
I a- ;, .a ..: d the spiritual spon-
sor" i the World '.' mncil of Syna
What Dr a u in effect
I uj as thai would be under
iirv. cethat the eyes oi Is-
rael v. i! : be upon us! This mes
age was undoubtedly repeated to
. ,,-. e <;f th lour chartered
plane: i tning in tor a Ian ling al
Lydda -Yirpon, winging in close to
BOO (U legates 10 attend the first in-,
t. rnational convention oi the World
Council of Synagogues represent-(
ing tht Conservative movement on
a worli ide basis
Dr. Segal was alerting the hun-
dreds of laymen and sprinkling oi
spiritual leader- to be on their
best behavior it was a rather
strange feeling when, upon landing,
I saw tie words Boruchim Hab-
bayimWelcome to Israel. 1 won-
dered, and probably as most other
delegates did. whether we really
were welcome to Israel.
On* need not be a specialist on
Israel ; religious affairs to real-
iie th" the community is sharp-
ly div ded between the Datyim,
the rt igious group, and the Lo-
Daty -, the IrrtHcjiOUt or anti-
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::.:- Conserv-
:<-'ir cj Jewry
religious groups. Fearing the en-
croachment of the Conservative
philosophy in Israel, the religious
group did not hide their hostility
and a threatened protest march
on the Binyanei was rumored.
On th* other hand, the non-reli-
gous groups gave us a cool re-
ception, figuring that we were
coming as "missionaries" to foist
our religious thinking upon them.
The Minister of Religious Affairs.
Dr. Zarach Warhaftig. spoke elo-
quently as he welcomed us. but I
was startled by his opening state-
ment in which he said: "It is with
both happiness and trepidation that
1 welcome you on your conven-
tion." His greetings were v. arm
and sounded quite genuine, but I
could nol help but recall a rumor.
and Israel is the land of rumor and
humor, that some of us had heard
aboii1 Warhaftig's appearance at
our convention, h seems that in-
itially he had been invited to ad-
dress the convention in his capac-
. I .- A:
in l.-ra' !.
His party, Ihe National Relig us
Bloc, refused t< l :
bei ause his
hi in
, in Israel. Legei r fad
r had it thai Prime Minisl
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that hi
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porlfi ;
Dr. \\
t the l
; Jeru al< m was 1
inspiration from the Holy i
n ther than | r us to bring inspira-
tion and oar ideol igy to the H ilj
1 and. With this assurance ol our
stated intentions, the Minister of
Religious Affairs wished us success
in our deliberations, and that we
gain inspiration from the Holy City
of Jerrusalem.
With this as background. I con-
sldered the unscheduled address by
Moshe Sharett. chairman of the
Jewish Agency's executive commit- j
tee. as the highlight of the con-1
vention. It took piace at the last;
plenary session in which the Jew-;
ish Theological Seminary had offic-
ially dedicate.! its Seminary Stu-
dent Center near the Hebrew Uni-
versity where Rabbinical students
will spend one year's study. This
occasion brought out a fine repre-
sentation of Israeli leadership lee" i
by the Prime Minister himself. Mr ;
Sharett. deviating entirely from
the sensitivities that we all felt.,
presented the World Council of1
Svnagogues its greatest challenge,
when he proclaimed that "the Con-j
servative movement has a treasure;
and it has no right to keep it tor
Uself it must share its treasure j
ith Israel."' and that "Israel
youth i> thirsting for a more mean-
ingful, religious way of life."
Following up on Sharett'i chal-
lenge, David Ben-Gunon insisted
that although the Conservative
movement represents a religion
that acknowledges development
ard change, "Israel's Jewry is
the only Jewry wh.ci lives as
Jews 24 hours a day every day in
the week." Quippingly, he lab-
tied American Jewish religious
if: ition as "Shabbos Yidden,"
because it ;s only upon the Sab-
that a Jew c?.n be identified
as a Jew, "whereas the re-,t of
days o' lie week he is
ilated to the Gen-
tile and non-Jewish culture of n.s
_-u."
servati' i ment cai
I : i
Bi ;inning
iial type :
Israel's press gave adequ
lo the convention proceedings ai
culminated in the Jerusalem Posl -
lead editorial on Thursday. May 31,
the closing day of the convention,
in which it called for the Conser-
vative ideology to be implemented
in Israel.
At the closing session, when reso-
lutions were considered. I sug-
gested the rewording of one of the
rt solutions on Israel to include a
statement that we call upon Israel
Jewry to work harmoniously with
the Conservative movement be-
cause "through cooperation, not an-
tagonism, can we best serve the
religious needs o: Israel, and the
diaspora." ;
After a lengthy discussion I
withdrew the amendment upon
I he request of the convention
leaders that we cannot force our
ideology upon Israel. If Conser-
vative Judaism H to come to
Israel, it must gain strength from
within the Conservative popula-
tion and not from external pres-
I
sure.
My own reactions are that this
convention, the first of its type in
Israel's 14-year history, is only the
first step in broadening the reli-
gious base in Israel. Prot. Sil
Greenberg, in dedicating the Sem-
inary Student Center, concludi
remarks stating that the one pres-
ent building is the firsl in a ries
of projected programs by 1
.. rj. Sitting ni xt to him
eturi the US
in the v ee hours oi Fri
ing, I ti agreed thai
' in and ,." StU-
,,-nt Center in I ra<
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Ychudafc
Esisfcriis Officers
At a general membership meet-
ing Henry Gilbert was reelected tor
a second term as president of Con-
gregation Yehuaah Moshe.
New ly elected vice presidents are
Sherman S. Winn, Robert Lipof
and Harry Raben. Treasurer Ron-
ald L. Thaw was elected for a sec-
ond term, and Marcella Epstein as
secretary.
Members of the board of trus-
tees are Jerry Ashman. Sam Berke.
Edward Crawford, David Dogoloff.
Joseph Elman, Malcolm Fromberg.
Max Polis, Marvin Rosman, Jos-
eph Rosenfeld. Gerald Schecter,
Murrv Silvershein. Jack Thaw.
Carl Wool. Drs. Louis Lottenberg.
Abraham Pemsler and Martin S.
Trop.
Sherman S. Winn, vice president
and general manager of the Bat-
moral hotel, who recently made a
good-will tour of Europe with Gov.
I arris Bryant in an effort to stim-
ulate and' promote "tourism" in
Florida, was named vice president
and chairman of the board.
33 Are Scheduled Fer Consecration
I-, S| ..! Ol '*- wil! be "h"
.. ,,. .- xemp Emanu El this
week th rvicea begin-
I rnurs at P m-
On : da) : mng 33 children
who hi completed the ninth year
of religious scl M nin*ll*S
confiri i I. Theii msecration will
,,. a part of the morning worship
service, which '' a'"
Among thos *ho will tacoj
l.rmed are Bonnie, daughter 0|
Judge and Mrs. Irving Cypen;
Adrienne. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Murray Deblinger;Vall.8.daughte.
of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley NJ.
Roalyn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Cecil C.ll; Jane', daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. Jam-- llalpern. M.san
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William
llurwit; Marilynn. daughter of Mr.
and Mr... Joseph Jacobson.
Harriet, daughter of Mrs Estelle
1>. Kav; Lucy, laughter ol Mr. ana
M Alfred Laufer; Judy, daugh-
ter ot Mr and Mrs. Raymond Mai-
'chick Sal*, daughter Of Dr. and
Mrs, Donald Michnoff; Saruia,
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Samuel, son of Mrs. Kate Stettgart
Carol, daughter of Mr mJJJ":
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Annual Dinner
Tne lhird annual combined in-
stallation of new officers and board
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hood Temple Vdath Yeshurun
v,iH in, held al the Carillon hotel
Sunday, June 30.
The evening will include dinner.
dancing, and the show at the
Carillon.
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Max Bressler, president of the
2ionist Organiiation of America,
contended that there was a iacx
cf leadersh'p in the America^
movement, which he callei "a
flock without a shepherd." He
said the "lack of ksdersh p"
stemm'-d frcm the activities of
the Conference of Presidents of
/'ajor American Jewish Crgar.i-
tationt He said every president.
Confirmation
At Ner Tamid
nflrmation T
Ner Tamid will be held Fri
Students to be confirmed.
. Rabbi Eugene Lavovitz offi-
v.j are:
Jeffrey and Kenneth, -on of Mr
Mrs Ben Avick; Mitchell.
Mr *rA Jdrs I.' nard Moriber;
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partmi \harnn Zi'lina. chief
: the absorption department
Mr. Shragai gave the leaders a
v:vid picture of the current im-
migration, and of the problems
to confront his department in the
near future. Mr. Zisling report-
ed that every new immigrant
now reaches his designated
"place of absorption within 12
hours of his arrival."
f Dr and Mrs
Leonard, son
Mr and Mrs. Paul Wilson.
.- al the sen ii e, the foil
i. 1 mbers of the Tempi-- choir un-
the direction of Ji eib-
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Emphasizing the need to ex-
pand the network of Jewish
Agency emissaries throughout
the world, Mr. Sharett disclosed
that In all of America there were
only four emissaries dealing wth
immigration. In many places
he declared "the writing on the
wall has already appeared but
one is oblivious to these warn-
ings in many p jtes of danger."
Thanking the lea Ii 1 if thi
ed Jewish Appeal for their untiring
\ work, Mr Sharetl said, however,
j that income lagged behind the
1 i- We mu.-t not at thi- great
' moment fail to supply the meai -
n quire i for the aiaantic ta-k of
1 absorbing the aliyah which is
knocking at our gates, he -
El Ai Israel Airlines extended a friendly hand to the pecr'.e
of Iran by sending :ei:ei supplies to the recent flood victims :-
the Teheran creu ".'pen the appeal of the wife of the Ir :
Prime Ministe liate help for flood victims, El Al
other firms in Israel ited two tons of food and me
supplies. V.' latter of hours, El A! organized, arranged
and dispatched '.: aircraft the vital materials to Te-
heran where .-. w ire mded over to the Rod Sun and
dent of the Red Cross. I
. -:.; ed at Lod Airport near Tel "...
Kidnap Plotted
n Kunken Gus
\' n Paul. Ida H
:\ .-. Ji e S harlin, William
-man and Louis Levine.
A reception in honor of th
. will be hosted by ihe par
ents of the confirmand-
--. .. Mr -: I thai the
n of immigration to Is-
: .. much more balanced
i.r.d healthy, comprising more
pie
He cautioned the Actions Com-
mittee delegates that, while for
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CorUnued from Page 1A
worked with Eichmann during the
war and superv ised thi
of Jews trom Salonika and Slov-
akia Later, at least until last
November. Brunner lived in Da-
mascus under the name of George
1 .- her, engaging in the arms
fade. Brunner had been sen-
tenced to death here in absentia
for war crimi -
Brunner was reported as having
hired a Lebanese to organize the
kidnapping of Dr. Goldmann. He
came to Austria, carrying large
sums of money, and lived for a
time with relatives of Brunner.
I'i Austria, he discussed the plot
with prominent former Nazis, in-
cluding Jan VerBelen. the former
Belgian SS leader, who is now un-
der arrest here for charges of hav-
ing committed war crimes.
During the plotting, the Leb-
anese agent contacted a former SS
officer at Hamburg The German
Government aot wind of the plot
alter the Hamburg man had been
brought into the plot
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Cuban Jewish Colony Yearns for Friendly Hand
Continued from Paqa 1-A ,^m. ,
Page 7-A
aqo 1-A
'And the pittance thai forms our
I idget makes n tremendous y dif-
' cult for us tt> operate." Sr. Ivilusin
ted
ver
"It is
the cost
hardly
(if our office,
The two leaders estimate that
here are about 500 Cuban Jew-
s-h families in Greater Miami fo-
ray, and almost all of them are
n financially deperate siraits.
It is prcb.-.tly op'imis*ic la say
hat they saved an average of
10 recent of the pr'"e)rty 'hey
crmerly owned in Cuba. Most
came hare with no hi.ig.
:. pre-Castro
. t:ba lived mainly, in Ha\ an i Sr
- ..iu-;n. \ ho v..- in i Cuba's
i M-i pn minenl Is. ex
i lained thai the communilj num-
bered some lo.Odo persons. "We
! ..(I about oO.ooo retu.:cc- dunns;
'lie Hitler era. bul mo-: of them
Mi alter the war The B
Jews and -ome of the French re-
turned to their own countries The
i tajorit) came to the U.S."
Many of Cuba's Jews weie
dustrytextile, shoe-manufactur-
ng, ami import-export But per-
I. ps a third of them were mem-
II. r- of the working class A good
mber were also n pn sented in .
( profession?medicine, law, en-1
I neering, and teat
Aha- do they do todaj i Vliami?
DR. FUIX H. RIYllR
. displaced judge
"Most do nothing." Dr. Reyler.
himself a former istinauished jur-
is id "A fortunste few have
been able to co hack into business
tr. Miami. The largest number,
hiwever, do what they can to earn
ii living. whih includes menial
t;'.-k<. and most sutler outright un-
employment."
All an down to the last rem-
t i.nls of their lite s savings, ac-
cording to thi Cuban leader-
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Some have moved out of Miami
particularly those brought into
the rescue and relief programs
of Urited Hias. But the Cuban
Jews who have preferred to oo
it alone remain in Miami. "Most
hepe to go back to Cuba some
day."
Sr, Kalusin came lo Cuba about
in years ago, He was horn in
Poland, which he left after World
War I. came to Mexico, and settled
.i -hurt while later in Havana. He
has been president of a variety oi
prominent religious, cultural and
professional Jewish organizations
then For over 15 years, he pi r-
lly presided over the Hias-
affiliated programs in Cuba.
"I had heard man} taies of I
edy and woe," Sr Kalusin said,
"and all touched my heart, parti-
cularly during the terrible Hitler
r.i But it take.- becoming
refugee yourself to understand..
He "a- an active leader in Bond-
lor Israel, as well as in other
Israel-oriented societies. The first
Cuban to establish the plastics-
manufacting industry in his coun-
try. Sr. Kalusin watched it grow
into an international operation,
with branches in other South Amer-
ican nations.
"The other day," he comment-
ed wryly, "I read in the papr
where the last of my plants has
been confiscates'.'' Nevertheless,
Sr. Kalusin considers himself one
of the fortunate few. He came
to Miami in 1959 with his wife
end three children, having seen
the handwriting on the wall early.
Dr. Reyler arrived here in 1961
Married and the lather of two chil-
dren, he is a native Cuban, a grad-
uate attorney, and was the first
in his class at the Universitj ol
Havana During hi- student days
In won a scholarship to Columbia
University in New York city, and
subsequently ruse in his profession
to become the lir.-t Jewish judge
in Cuba, where he was active in
a variety of Jewish social, religious,
JWV Chief Urges
Continuing Fight
On Radical Right
Critics of the radical ripht should
not be intimidated by threats or ac-
tual acts oi violence, a Miamian de-
clared here this week. He is Henry
Norton, a Miami attorney and com-
mander of the Department of Fior-
ina. Jewish War Veterans of the
r s a
"Those who are cognizant of tin
aims of radical right personalities
should not fear speaking out against
\'\,- and their organizations, in-
i :i ing the American Nazi Party.
- ates Rights, [nc the John l
gi i., ; ai i the Minute Men." Nor-
ton declared
In a statement issued here,
Norton said that all echelons of
the Jewish War Veterans should
"step up their attacks" on the
i?dical right "so that it becomes
common knowledge that the na-
ive, the frustrated, and the dis-
gruntled who fall for the rightist
propaganda line, are simply ham-
mering another nail in what the
lunatic Fascist fringe hopes will
be the coffin of American democ-
racy."
A Idi Nortoi rerroi ists
assas VI ''> 'x
post I here have
spawned in the ranks oi thi ra
, n the
i | '
Pfi
|p reveal to pal mei
i)u. > thai motivates thi ir
: ests
Acci IWV has
fou
c1 mmunisi FLOK.UA bAHAMAS LiNES
Dupont Plaa Hotel FR 1-1436
cultural, and fratei i rganiza-
tions.
"What w< want ... tin moment
i is a smile."' ;h( two nun said, "as
sentimental a- that maj .- >und
America is traditionally a haven
TRAVUlHG?
Call
SHAW HAVEL StBVKt. tnt-
Ht.nln"
- aw
STlVMSMI*
' HOTEl -
for exiles, and perhaps the usual-
oess ol refugees amonn you
dulls the experience and what if
means for the uprooted This, we
...sun you, is not usual for us. We
are the uprooted, and it would be
nice if you simply extended us a
comforting hand.
"Now. about those daily meeting
quarters w( mod .
Youngster Counts, Progrcm Theme
"E\&erj y< .. -< i
i, the lhi mi, |
lood devi lopmi nt ram ol
the Greater Miami Jewish i .
' ity C( nti : sti ti ; ;: (;;,iP.
ectoi i spoke to
a ; n ; ,: pan ^ ,vh :, reg-
-' rii ihi ren for thi
easot
Gi VIi; :.....-;. v cimmu-
nity Center's spring registration is
now taking placi .1; four locations
under the direction of the follow-
;. ing head teachers:
Mrs. Charles Harris, Southwest
YMHA Branch. 7215 Coral Way;
Mr.-. Ted Uein.-'.ock. Miami Beach
YMHA Branch. 1536 Bay rd ; .Mrs.
Bertha Kramer. North Countv
... :\;!:.\ Branch no:.; NE :ii ave :
3 ,.i:-, Miami YMHA Branch, 450 SW I6lh
i
During thi 1962-63 season, Gale
i ail' uill c insist of
lly-l rained te ichers,
at earh branch, an
chil I development di-
n ctor, ps> chiatrist, as
roup i>o:'k pro-
n -.mice- ol GMJl
Small in w hich each child
i .... opporlunit} for individual
pment of maximum poten-
tial will be tin keynote m the 1962-
ii:i -eason.
The program will include vocab-
ularj and concepts throush play,
nit. music, trip.-, story-telling, and
social relationship-
5?^S
Trembling and 21... Lisa held to him .. .trying to
believe she was fit to be touched...
/ Jtrinjj pursuit and an
f.i" s'.inger cscipe to
in trscr.es ol Palestine!
i ;:t'!lirg new enperrence from MARK ROBSOrJ
who electrified you wilh"Peyton Place,"
"Champion,"' From The Terrace'7
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5P9
No Decision Reached Yet
On cichmann's Many Papers

rose rVew
BBiberq
Michie! 2
Zef yew Go, Zionists Urge Russia
C^.-v Mr Bo : -
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Mir. Ein-Guriort note<3 in hit
letter that h dK> not include,
m~j ts dutie* o^ members of
tht proposed WJO, the duty of
enco^reflnnc, pioneering emigra-
tion to l*rael "because I do not
believe that an organization
which doe* not obligate itj own
member* to emigrate to l*reel
tn influence youth abroad to
emigrate to Israel." Further-
more, he charged, the WZO it
not fulfilling its obligation, un-
oertaken in its charter.
- Dr G Udmann
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However, Mr. Sharett said, he
dK* not believe that the World
Zionist executive must always
react to such BervGurion an-
nouncements. He made it clear
that "this regrettable situation"
dees not have any connection
with the functioning of the joint
Israel Government-Jewish Agen-
cy Coordinating Board.
Jr. the r.am* of all members of
the ->.-' dive h* stated, i
like state that th* Co-
- -
it the i
-
executive
: full J
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Prime M
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loptec
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f Israel suprei

ran:
ton
A pro] irtj
be a
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anun jsJj postponed b> the Ac-
High Coun of the World /.. .
Pnagreai The proposal for such
postponement *a rr.a'ie by Dr '
GotdmaaB after Piahu Rosen, one
of the leaders of the Liberal Party
. rael. had stated that the Ac-
tions Committee was not author-'
ized to add members to the Agen-I
cy executive.
Cortinutd f'em Page 1-A
;- Mm 'is* 4-nount of docu-
"'. tertiary and other
matef t s acc-*"-'***d in conrec-
;- *"<3 Ci^nrj the long
E >.-- trials and appa s
The '. reeerd will PP*r no*
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Page 9-A
UJA Leaders WHS Meet in Gotham
By Special Report
NEW YORK Jewish leaders
from ever) section of the United
States will meet in New York Citj
on Mondaj io report on the status
of the I'niiod Jewish Appeal's iiM!2
mid-year cash drive for $39,500,000
and to receive both an accounting
of the progress of th;-- year's over
all UJA drive and that which I'.l.v
supported agencies are making mi
meeting the immigration and wel-
fare porblems affecting 600.000
Jews in Israel and 26 other over-
seas countries.
Speakers at the UJA's national
uation class of Temple Ner Tamid relig-
. i school shown at exercises last Fri-
ovening in the main sanctuary of
mple are (left to riqht) seated Lewis Roth-
n Melinda Woskow, Linda Dubeshter,
iyne Frichason. Standing (left fo right) are
Felsot. Jeffrey Breslaw. Meyer Samberg.
education director, Rabbi Eugene Labovitz,
Edwin Ades. Steven Ecker, and Joseph Hup-
pert. Louis Rothlein was recipient of the an-
nual Temple Ner Tamid Adult Award for the
graduation class. Wayne Prichason received
an award from the Sisterhood.
Argentine Anti-Semites Use Bombs
ii
Continued from Page 1A
... : -t Eichmann's hanging in
police guards stationed
II I \.ir.ou> Israeli and local
buildings emphasized the
f threats and disturbances
..i occurred since the Eich
ii storj in Israel had begun to
he climax achieved there
; hmann's execution. Bombs
been thrown auainst other
schools; in a provincial city
,ieli lla;; was burned on a
street; and the wall outside
"' Buenos Aires cemetery for
uas daubed with an inscrip-
tion, in red letters, proclaiaming:
II Kichmann diesdeath to the
Ji
The Argentine Foreign Ministry
iss d a communique, stating: "Ac-
g to information received
from Jerusalem. Adolf Eichmann
hi been executed. The Foreign
ry regrets that Israel's jus-
tribunals did not take into ac-
i the explicit provisions of
Ai.intine law, according to which
Ihi nndemned man should have
red lesser punishment.
This manifestation does not in
th- least diminish the energetic
nd indignant repudiation of
enmes against humanity in which
the sentenced man was said to
havt been involved as author or
cc participant, according to the
sentence pronounced by the court
in Jerusalem In the history of
modern times, these crimes,
which were directed more against
humanity than against the Jew-
ish people, will never be obliter-
ated. Neither will they be oblit-
erated with the expiation of one
human lifean action not fore-
seen in our criminal code," the
Government communique con-
cluded.
Meanwhile, police in Vienna and
in oilier large Austrian centers
established special patrols Sunda)
in front of synagogues and other
Jewish institutions, to guard against
pi ssible demonstrations of reac-
tionary students groups or other
neo-Nazi formations in connection
With the execution of A.-!olf Kich-
al outcome nf the Eichmann case.
although one newspaper, the Ex-
press, voiced regret that Eich-
n.ann had mentioned Austria in his
last message to the world in which
he lauded three countries: Ger-
many, Austria and Argentina. "He
did Austria no favor by mention-
ing it in his last words" the new -
paper declared.
Most newspapers pointed out
that Eichmann died without repent-
ance or remorse for his crimes
Die Presse noted that "the disgrace
tc humanity has now been wiped
out," but cautioned that "sonic
people living now in luxury cannot
realize even now the scope of the
mass killings" committed by the
Nazis during World War II. The
Kleines Yolksblatt. organ of the
mann in srael Israeli Embassy ,, ,cs pa a memb o[ ,he
and consular offices were also un- AusInan coalition Government,
der special guard. stated ..Eicnmann had not found
The Austrian press, in general, milder judges in other countries"
expressed satisfaction with the fin- outside Israel.
Rabbi Baumgard Earns Degree
Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. spir-
itual leader of Temple Beth Am.
will be awarded a Doctor of He-
brew Letters degree by the He
sky, editor-in-chief of the new Jew-
ish Publication Society translation
of the Bible. According to Dr. Or-
linsky, Habbi Baumgard has shed
new light on the meaning of the
brew I'nion College .lew ish Insti-j"Tree of the Knowledge of Good
tute of Religion at special exer and Evil."
cises to be held at Temple Emanu-
el in New York this Saturday.
Ral bi Baumgard's thesis was
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The community leadersall of
whom are officers in their local
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pledged nationally at this mid-point
period of the 1962 campaign
His paper deals with the devel-
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in Biblical times and in the an-
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Friday, June 8. 192
Curtain Falls for Adolf Eichmann
JERUSALKM-(JTA>One of the most Jewish histor> came to a fitting end in Israel wrier. Adolf Eichmann of clemency, the hanging eas car-
was executed for crimes without a parallel in the blood) record of ried out. The bed? was sxamined
man's inhumanit> to man.
The story ol the search for the
former chief of the bureau lor
Ji wish Affair^ in Hitler's infamous
Gestapo burst up.-n the world When
Prima Uiimur David Ban-Gurion-j
i nnounced to the Kaessei on May
j by a governmtr'. physic in who
i pronounced liie to be extinct at
l?n'2;i:5fi hour- ilbM p.m.)'
The bulletin added thai Ihi
e**cution HHH v.?in^s*t>'- by !r.
-upeiinter.de.'.t ;.: ptiaaOS 9 j
i960 thai Eichmann had been quickly. Earlier in Ihe weekon ...rnment physician, an officer i
of penocide against the
people and oiher crimes against
humanity.
The la.-t act of tne arama came
Miami Beach Elks won top honprs for charitable contributions
:o the Harry Anna Crippled Children's Home at Umatilla, Fla..
in 1961. Grand Exalted Ruler William A. (Bill) Wall awarded
a certificate of merit to Joseph W. Malek (right). Miami Beach
attorney, and exalted ruler of the Miami Beach Elks Lodge,
:or raising over SI0.000 for the home. The Beach Elks were
also praised for having the largest membership in the state.
Presentation was made at the annual convention of the Flor-
ida State Elks Assn., which ended in Jacksonville on June 2.
Past District Deputy Grand Exalted Ruler Marvin Kimmer
s shown at left.
Coral Way Center
Elects Levenson
Alvin Levenson has been elected
presi eat oi Coral Way Jew-
el ter.
nson. who attended school at
1 ston and St .lohn Universities, is
: to the daughter of the late
ubi Joseph Waldman.
i . ] ith, American Legion. Jewish
\ i tei ans, and Veterans ot Far-
Wars. The Levenson- have
f< :.t children.
habbi Samuel April is spiritual
. ler of Coral Was Jewish Center.
Fill Out Forms
Properly VA
The proper execution of requir-
ed forms will speeil up applications
rans' benefits, the Veterans
Administration said here this week.
Every item on the application
m must be filled out legibly be-
e the claim can be adjudicated,
(.. W, Boggs, officer In charge of
ihe VA office at 9-18 W. Fla
led nut.
e the m
rmation delay- the deei-ion on
leads to an ex-
cr.angi res| bi fon a
er cat bi htained.
racked down, seized an i brought
.0 I rael. The end came in a cell
in Ramleh prison '"' Tel Aviv in
which n mnki How s had
ijuii I.I.', constructed,
Eichmann walked quietly to
his moment of truih, insisting to
the end that he had been merely
a cog in the vast Naii murder
machinery that consumed 6,000,-
000 European Jewish men, women
ar.d children. Shortly after mid-
night, the trapdoor was spring by
two men hidden behind a screen
so that no one should ever know
their identity and Eichmann was
pronounced dead a few minutes
later. The body was promptly
cremated and the ashes scatter-
ed on the Mediterranean sea so
that r.eo-Nazis could not make a
shrine over his grave.
It was the first execution in
I rael's 14-year history under the
only law on Israel's books provid-
ing capital punishmentthe law
for the punishment of perpetrators
Israelite Center
Will Confirm
Confirmation exercise* at Israel-
iti Ci nter will be hi Id on S
ban, two p ioers i i wen
present in court when 1
Hay 29a tribunal Oi Israeli Su- ,ht. Toi Avi. p >;ril. Aci"um>--
I'.eme Court judge- turned down
Fichmann's api sal from the ver-
dict and sentence of death iropos-1 Stance was ced "to ideri-
" I Jer is) ...-. District Courl ,.,,, Ejchm m ihe per
l Dei Th< district coun ,.......,... D :,.dU ,,,
found him guilt} after a long trial clergyman ol thi
in which 5 of survivors ol pe\ Wil :'.. I. T n
ihe holocaust | laced n hist ry's ., ntativi 5 cf I al |
l ooks thi eyi Messed accoui represent |
ol tne in< n li ndu| press were als
lion, spoilati destruc- _______________
tion ol millions | inn *ents.
The rejectii n by the appeals
tribunal left onlj one recourse
elemene} bj Ire-.dent Ben-Zvi.
Me received thi request from Jus.
tui Minister I1'\ Joseph early on
Thursday. Maj 31; -pen; most of
the day in intensive studv of the
Cedars Patients
Commend Service
Somi 2.1 pi tients h;>- ei t<
ed .md bet: 1 -i Ce-
dars of Lebai Hospital ci its
opening, sail 1 stra! Si
mass of documents compiled in the I jonj K Bronsteir th>~ n ek
successive stages of the case, then "in all my y hoa|
notified the Commissioner ofh ,,,, ,,, ., ,.h favon
Police he could find no reason for comments ii Iran patient'
clemency. wno nav( ..,,.. edns
Eichmann's dei t< k place two Bronatein "I an verj
years and mm d..\ after hi was sed and 1 that vis
found in Argentina and brought to patients ha> rilj mi 1
l-r. el
A; om 1 lock in the n
June 1. th ..... 1
leasi etit that
"Adolf Em
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on
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at 2 pm. Rabl n Malavsky ,'
will officiate, and Caitor Louis ?*c?n ', l961
Cohen wil the liturgv. with Su
!h Friedat I ,,r,\: ': and
Them, of confirmation will Ilf, lna.
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Page 1 \
Top MB Leader Defends
Centers in Tiff With Rabbis
Continued from Page 1-A
"We must join efforts to in-
I crease the effectiveness of 6o7h.
But our dedication to the central
purpose of enriching American
Jewish life is too strong to per-
mit of serious diversion. Cur
best creativity must be addres-
sed o this primary task o< forti-
fyii-3 the richness and quality of
our life as American Jews. In
partnership with all in Jewish
life who share this goal, we shall
move forward toward even .great-
er success."
Mr. Solender said thai Jewish
centers "share their important
tasks with other institutions, chief
among them being the synagogue.
While the center's i o m m unit y
I'n ntation has ,, : .
to be concerned il re
lal onships, this musl en a
place ol coi tinuii primacj He
' || sol
leader (A set- rabbis ha'
tie in !he Uci.edSt.tei 3
fin tin'::' .. iie-center
: '''',l rabbi of Rabbi Trainii i ,
Disregarding I pers safety, itmpie Bnai Abraham, ol New. rabbis had taken a narrov
' Preached against the Nazi re- -k- 'he largesl Jewish congrega- -,, ,| -i: ,;.,,. complaints igainst
rj ; his arrival in the ''">' ''"' nlj n the synagogue Don in Xew Jer?e; hich he has Jewish centers were without justi-
that in th' Y these activities i
iabbath are profane, but in
te they ed "
Al the same time he cauti u
nore the
abbinatc, ur n ration i
leaders
nt er workers togethi
musl form late S ibbath program i
.11 consonance with the Sabbat i
and to -all," Rah .
Trainin declared
: nth president, Label A. Katz. presents enmal convention in Washington are (left to
:.t Kennedy with an ornamental wall right) Frank Goldman, of Lowell, Mass. hon-
jontaming Menorah design and other orory president of B'nai B'rith; Mrs Moe Kud-
symr-ols of Judaism during White House visit, ler. of Lon Anaeles, president of B'nai B'rith
Othi in B'nai B'rith group representing 1,000 Women; and Maurice Bi.-gyer. of Washington
res and guests who attended the tri- executive vice president.
Dr. Prinz is Honored on 60th Birthday
By Special Report
RK Dr .1 .... ch i in
the American
.- honored on
bin ai d the 25th
estine. Hitler's rise to power in
1923 only intensified Dr. Print's
warnings from the pulpit.
SHEMTONi
HOTELSCONFBBIJ
BOTH
ROOM
testim nial dinner her
]
lent figures in public life
oi he lewi-h commun-
t)
I
but on public platforms throughout served ;'''' more than 20 years
.m i abroad attended the
st which Sen. Bates Ke-
poke.
Dr

srinx, who was reelected
last r-nth for third term as
natiorsi president of the Amer-
ican .'(wish Congress, arrived in
the I 5 in 1937 following his ex
pulsier from Hitler Germany for
Ml '.;ji act:vifies. As a rabbi
in the Jewish community of Ber-
lin from 1925 to 1W7. he was one
of *hc first Jewish leaders in
Gern-*i"y to speak out against
the r sing tide of Naiism and to
urge --e immediate mass migra-
I'On c- Jews from Europe to Pal-
Local Youth Off
To Convention
Jun.
German) and Europe, Dr. Prinz's
I >ok, "We Jew -. a best-seller
throughout Europe, was an analysis
the plight of Europe's doomed
.'cwish communities, and a call to
action against the Nazi regime
Because of his attack, on the |
government, Dr Prinz suffered re-1
peated arrests by the Gestapo.
i inally, at the end of !9:i:. he was
In his adopted country, Dr
Prim has become equally known
for his participation in the pub-
lic issues of the day. In 19S4, he
filed suit to challenge a libelous
attack made upon him by the
anti-Semitic journal "Common
Sense."
ficatii n He countercharged that
manj synagogues had become ma-
terialistic, governed by the philos-
ophy that "God can only he wor-
shiped in mtritinriHlon dollar edi-
fices with bis annual deficits
Attempts by -y \i. igues to es-
tablish community center activi-
ties, Rabbi Trainin added, often
result m "empty gymnasium and
In i960, in support of the courag- skeletal programs" and religious
expelled from Germany Testi- eous "sit-in" demonstrators seeking institutions involved in programs
mony at the trial of Adolf Eich- '' '',ul segregation at lunch count- thej are not equiped to handle
mann in Jerusalem in May. 1981, trs '" varietj chain stores through- On the other hand he added, the
ti id how the Nazi executioner had "' "''' South, Dr Prinz led an synagogue sometimes criticizes the
led a column of storm-troopers to American Jewish Congress picket community center for conducting
break up the farewell luncheon line in front of the F W Woolworth Sabbath programs similar to those
tendered Dr Prinz bj the Merlin store on New York's Fifth Avenue, it carries on itsell "intimating
Jewish community.
Expelled from Germany, Dr,
Prinz agreed to the in of
Rabbi Stephen S Wise, foren isl
Medic to Air Pressure
Dr. Irving Page, director oi the
r< search division ol the Cleveland
Lation leaded by Kenneth clinic Foundation. Cleveland, 0
Bonnie Frankel, Sandy ... ,
id Fred Camner, of the *iU d,scuss causes, prevention and
IJ'nth Youth Organi- cure "' '"-11 Mood pressure on
1 join 200 delegates from WCKB this Sunday at 11 p.m Dr
Marvin L. Meitus, chairman of the
lay education committee of the
Heart Assn., will moderate the 30-
minute program which i- sponsor
ed by the Hear: Assn.
Beachite Back
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it Camp Blue Star.
nville, N C for the an-
lentlon of District 5. it
linced by Mrs Henry
r. Miami BBYO chair
BBYO board of direc-
" speak : t ir the five-daj
be Dr William Wexler,
Ga past > il e president
i I preme Lodge, Airman First Class Theodore Le-
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,'_; L'nion with a B'nai lone Base I ng his
up Wexler is now on graduation from the Pacific Air
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preparatorj n Yamato Air
k B< zl past chief of s'-!"0"
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vme attended the University ol Mi-
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+.k*%tlst HerId/ton
Friday, June 8. 1962
Bureau of Education Figures Show Static
Situation in Jewish School Horizons
Annu;i! -::iiisiics of registration
Bt the Jewish schools Of Greater
Miami and Hollywood compiled by
the Bureau of Jewish Education
-how ;i static situation for the
year 1961
The total of 9.6S2 unduplicated
Is i stered for 1961 62 is
ir to the i istr ition for
the school yi ar 196 ". The u iual
. nnual incr i < of about 9
i i.i- did not appear, despi e
returns ol the m numb r ol
-;hc Is 5 in th pre' is j
The statistics, however, con-
lirue to reveal two healthful
trends: increased registrat oi for
more interiive Jew '.h education
in the afternoon schools, and an
increased registration of girls in
the total student body. Registra-
t;cn at Ihe afternoon schools in-
creased from 4,328 in 1960-61, to
4,724 students in 1961-62, while |
registration in the one-day-a-week
schools fell from 5,455 in 1960-61
to 5,080, in 1961-62.
David Galbut, eighth grade student and treasurer of the Stu-
dent Body of the Hebrew Academy, presents a check to Cal
Kovens. 1962 campuign chairman of the Combined Jewish Ap- PoTGIttS Till
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tribution this year in memory of Kovens' father, Morris, who re- HOST OflGCI
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Samuel Hollander, past presi-
I dent of the Center, is teacher and
i director of the class.
The floral offering will be blue
j and gold
Confirmands are Robert Acker,
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[ Phyllis Draizer, Anne Hertz, Ronee
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Late Friday evening services at
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Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiating.
To be confirmed are Jerry Can-
tor. Pattie Greenfield, Paula Gross-
man, Terry Grossman. Elaine Lev-
in. Martin Weinberger. Sharon
Wenig. Cheryl Witten.
The Oneg Shabbat will be hosted
by the parents of the confirmands.
Registration in the afternoon
schools for girls increased from
1.206 in 1960-61 to 1.604 in 1961-62
;::i increase of almost 400 girls in
Ihe mure intensive Jewish educa-
program. In the one- a; a-
ui-ek schools, registration ol girls
mained static. The registrj I
ires also reveal a in
n. istration in the preschool
me n t s o h i
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I e par:!- du i 'line
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: between the agi :
i irrentlj reside in the Gn
imi and Holl) i Ai
educated guess may show a tenta-
tive total of about 14,000 of such
possible students in our schools.
"Hence, this year about 62 per-
cent of the Jewish child popula-
tion may be registered in the Jew-
ish schools, about the same as the
national average in Jewish schools
registered at one particular time,"
S'-hwartzman declared. "If we add
to the present 9.682 unduplicated
total the number of students who
graduated or withdrew from the
Jewish schools during the past feu
years and children receiving pri-
Vate instruction, we may estimati
a 20 percent increase in the 9
total, or 11.618 as the total n
ber of Jewish children recer.
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lime during school
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. i iul B3 percent, v. huh Is
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. e However, this ma;
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. Jewish survival
By RABBI ABRAHAM CASSEL
Torah Temple
The great Saadya Gaon. Hebrew
philosopher of the tenth century,
stated: "Israel exists as a nation
only because of the Torah." Para-
phrasing this, one could say:
"More than Israel has kept the
Torah; the Torah has kept Israel."
Jews throughout the world .ire
celebrating the traditional festval
of Shavuot, called the Holiday of
I Weeks. Pentecost, or Holiday of
Harvest, Though the holiday has
these various names. I prefer
"Zman M a t a n Toroseynu." the
time of the giving of the Torah.
Tradition has it that the Torah
was given to the people of Israel
on Shavuot and that this is the
mam reason for celebrating the
Festival. The words of Saadya
Gaon have even more meaning to-
day than ever. We Jews have been
blessed with the most glorious bles-
; sing of all nationhood, through
the establishment of the State of
Israel.
The Torah-true Jews dreamed a great dream many, many years
ago. It was the humble and religious Jew who put his pennies into
the "pushka" boxes and dreamed about the new land of Israel in days
to come. Amazingly enough, it seems that only those Jews who were
true to Torah and its teachings firmly believed in the coming of a new
era and a new Israel. No day in my home went by. when I was a child,
that my mother, who now lives in Jerusalem, did not put a few pennies
in a "pushka.'" Most of them had one great purpose: "Next year, may
there be a new Jerusalem, a new Israel." And as she put these pen-
nies into the box. she prayed softly but with fervor and zeal: "May
! God bless our people with the rebuilding of the Temple and the land
of Israel and may I live to see that day come true, and may the voice
of Torah resound from Zion to the whole wide world."
True, my mother has lived to see her dream a reality, but her joy-
is not complete because in the very city in which she lives, the holy-
city of Jerusalem, anti-religious elements have become a thorn in the
hearts of Torah-true Jews. I wonder how Shavuot is being celebrated
[today. If Israel is here to stay, then the message of Shavuot must
I prevail and become stronger than ever. The words of Saadya Gaon
! must become inscribed in the hearts of every man, woman and child
living today in the land of Israel.
I believe that the Torah has kept the Jew alive, and if Israel is
! to continue to prosper physically and materially, it must first prosper
spiritually through renewed loyalty to Torah as given on Mt. Sinai.
This Shavuot is the proper time to search our hearts and souls and
honestly to ask: "What good is Israel without Torah and what good is
Torah without Israel?" As a pair, Torah and Israel can truly become
the greatest gift of God.
Shavuot. the "Festival of the Weeks." will be observed here Friday
and Saturday by Orthodox and Conservative Jews. Reform Jewish
congregations will mark the holiday on Friday only. The occasion.
: which falls exactly seven weeks after Passover, celebrates God's giving
of the Ten Commandments to Moses on Mt Sinai. It also takes note
of the ingathering of the first harvest. Saturday services in Houses of
Worship throughout Greater Miami will also feature the traditional
Yizkor memorial for the departed.
i
The Talmudic Encyclopedia
The Talmudic Encyclopedia was
mded by Rabbi Meir Bar-Ilan
the Second World War. when
'< catastrophe that had overtaken
European Jewry became known. It
*.'- the first enterprise in its mem-
r> In the introduction to the first
Illume, it was explained that after
third of our people had been
slaughtered and murdered, it was
he duty of every survivor to ab-
orh three times as much Judaism
a order to fill the gap.
Every item in the Encyclopedia,
"huh explains a specific subject.
written and scrutinized at least
'en times by the dozens of rabbis
fed scholars who are permanently
gaged in this enterprise
The Encyclopedia has a wide cir-
Nation in both Israel and the Dias-
JWa and serves both as a text book
-'I a reference work. Many of its
s have run into many edi-
' of thousands of copies.
The compilation of the Talmudic
"cyclopedia, the first and only
our literature, constitutes a
cent creation of Judaism for
'Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit)
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why is the services of the first
night of Shavuot delayed until
after nightfall?
The Bible prescribes that the fes-
tival of Shavuot is to come after
'seven complete weeks" are count-
ed following the first day of Pass-
over (Leviticus 23:15). Since the
I emphasis is upon the fact that sev-
en "complete" weeks are to pass,
tradition has prescribed that the
f. stival of Shavuot service on the
' first night be chanted only after
; nightfall, so that the period be-
tween Passover and Shavuot be
completely fulfilled and completed.
*
Why does the congregation rise
when the Decalogue is read
from the Torah on the morning
of Shavuot?
| Shavuot is the anniversary of the
Revelation of the Torah on Mount
S.nai. When the Israelites heard
these immortal words they stood
' in awe and reverence. The read-
: ing of the Torah on Shavuot is in
a way a re-enactment of this epi-
' sode and so the congregation rises
to stand at attention like their an-
I cestors did at Sinai.

' Why are some synagogues decorat-
ed with greenery on the Shavuot
festival?
Not all authorities followed this
practice Those who did, claimed
that the green decorations were
bolit 1 1 Mount Sinai which was
1 eked with green foliage in hon-
i thi occasu n i I :ion.
Thif page is prepared in to-
f of-e'dtum ifith the Spiritual Lead-
s ers u/ the Greater Miami Rabbin-
\ cal Assn.
RABBI MAX A. LIPSCHITZ
Coordinator
Contributor:
HABBl SOLOMON SCHIFF
Gems of Wisdom
There are some who claim tha<
decorating the synagogue with
green brings to mind the other
aspect of the Shavuot festival, i.e.,
that it was the "festival of the first
fruits" (Numbers 28:26). This de-
picts the agricultural nature of the
festival which served as a means
of thanksgiving for the first fruits.

Why is it customary to spend the
whole night of Shavuot read-
ing selections from the Torah
and Rabbinic literature?
It is generally claimed that
this is done because the Midrash
relates that the Jews were caught
napping on the night of the revela-
tion and thus we stay awake to
make up for the embarrassing sit-
uation when Moses had to go
around waking them up. Some
claim that t'n- is done because
King David was born and died on
1 hi- day and il is told that he would
1 during the night to offer praj
and Psalms to tin \ hty.
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW ISth ave.
Conservative. R. Vnsko, president.
O
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave.
Orthodox. RabCi Isaac Ever.

BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ive Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman N, Shapiro
Cantor William W. L won.
K: i 9 a.m., main n.mci 6:4
i.m. chnpt-l Saturday : a m main
sanctuary; 10:3i a.m riskor services.

BETH EL. 500 Sw 1/in ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schitf.
!'riila\ s 311 ., ni. Sermon: "An < M
Book in .1 Sew World." Eve nil
ni. >.ttiwi.i> 10 a.m. Sermon: \
i'eopli Thai Sevei Forgeta Yiskor
sri \ i. :< a.m.
BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave.
Conservative.
I Ida) S:li i'.in Saturdaj v ;\ a.m.

BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman.
I-1 i services >..:.: ..o '' m.

BETH JACOB 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamcnes.
: Ida > v J -t m Sha 1 u< >i services
seTiuun: "Thi M tintaln Climbera
l"p to s.nai/' Evening : p.m. Satur-
daj s 30 g in Sermon "The Com-
mand "f the Commandments." In-
stallation "f officers and board mem-
| i" is. Yiskor Her \ ices ln.:-.'i 1 in.
-
BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW Srd ave.
Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president.
Friday 8:30 m Shavuol services
Evening 6:SO p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
j Yiskor >. r\ |i. |0 10 .i in

BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky.

BETH TORAH. IMtn st. >..d NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
I Friday s:45 a.in. and S:30 p.m. Sat-
urdaj 8:45 a.n- Yiskor services 10:13
| a.m.

i CONGREGATION ET2 CHAIM. 1544
Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strassfetd.

(CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER
Conservative. 8755 SW 16th St., Mi-
ami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor
Gershon Levin.

DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
iri B:3 a.m. Shavuot service, Ser-
Imon: "God Reveals Himself." Even-
ling 8:15 p.m. Sermon: --The Souls at
Sinai." Saturdaj S:30 a.in. Yizkor
servlci in ::" a.m Sermon: "Strangers.
ami Sojournera are w. Sunday 7
p.m. Confirmation service,

FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Hyman Coverman,
president. Cantor George Goldberg.
I rldaj 9 < in and 8:30 p.m Shavuot
service. Saturdaj 9 a.m. Yiskor 10:30
a.m. Sunday 7!80 p.m. Confirmation.

FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL. 1801
E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton.

HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th st. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Alexander Cross.
-
HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON-
GREGATION. 555 W. 49th St.. Hla-
leah. Reform. Rabbi Manui Ranson.

HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.

ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
M.ilavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
I i Idaj s jo a.m. Sermon "1 >. a -
logui Evening 6:43 p.m. Saturdaj
- I n m s. in.-n: "To< 1 Llvi in."
Yiskor 10:30 a.m.

KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrf.eld.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
Frltaj 8:30 a.m Shavuol service*
Saturdaj Yiskor services 10 a.m, Ser-
mon "The diving of ihe Torah."

MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th ave. Modern Tradi
tional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor
Fred Bernstein.
Frldaj >.*: a m, Shavuol services
Saturdaj 9 13 a.m. Yiskor services 10
a.m. Sermon: "Tour Beloved Live."

MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern
Traditional.

OHEV SHALOM. (11 Normandy dr.
Orthodox Rabbi Phineas Weber man.
rrldaj 6:30 p.m Saturdaj IS a m
Sermon kcceptanci and Remem-
b all. .
---- ----
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645,
Collins ave. Cantor S. Nachmias.

SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
st. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
i i\ : a 111 Sha\ uol s. r\ i. s
. m Vi/.k..: service) Sei
Mi ssagi : '' .i Torah for nir
Tim. |
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TEMPLE ADATH YFSHURUN. 1025
NE 183rd St.. Mi.-.mi Gardens rd.
Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor Abra-
h a ii R r i s
mon Sinai !' ilj a Rev< latli
Evehli Sermon: "i ine i ,aw
ine i- ) i a.m
in,.n Stl Voice of
| r..,: i lo a.m.
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N.
dr So. Miami. Reform.
Herbert Baumgard. Cantp-
Kodner.
; a m Sha*
'A .11 is th. Mi.

Evening 8 m. C
t Ion Sal .n day 11
liar Miii-.\ ..Ii: Michael, son
an.I Mrs Lax Iti nn
Mr and Mrs Philip Han is

TEMPLE BETH EL OF
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave.
Ratbi Samuel Jafte.
Kendall
Rabbi
Charles
s. rvices.
mine i.f
.'
'nfirma -
: a iii
of Mr
, son of
HOLLY-
Reform.
TEVPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland
Hall, 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
struction^!. R a l- i i Morris Skop.
Canter Herman Cottheb.
a in slia\ uoi servl as Stu-
honored Evening m iu
Suniland Hall lineg Shalibaj ho
Mi ai Mr- Jai e>b D< llngei in honi r
rlaug hter
Myrna 1 M Larrj IVhi Sat-
ii da> a \ I:. 1. .\. I
M th. i In i. i nd IVhj V Kiddush
\\ md Mr* iMvid S
in h. chins ma i lage "f
--ii Harris T" Miss Linda Herman
, P. rchick.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative.
Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz.
Frldaj S:3i p.m Confirmation. Sat-
laj 9 a in.
TEMPLE BETH SHO'.OM. 4144 Chasa
ave. Liberal. Ra1 ci Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser.
Frldaj : i ra a m Shavuol ami Yiskor
services, Saturdaj 10:45 a.m. liar
I Mltsvnh Rodnej Kay; Baa MItsvah:
l Marsha St. Iner.

TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16840 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabb. Henry
B. Wernick.
I ridaj 10 i in. sTiavnot and Yiskor
servl es Saturdaj 9 10 a.m. Yizkor
ni. mortal w r% Ice.

TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler
-
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 1th at.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. NaroL
Cantor Jacob Bornsteln.

TEMPLE JUDfc~. 320 Palermo ava.
Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet.
Frldaj 10 SO m shavuot service.
Hebrew school graduating class will
n. honored Evening S:15 p m. H>-
liglous school faculty to be honored.
Saturdaj 10 30 s m. Bar MItsvah: Al-
lan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Mais, I

TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Can".or Edward Klein.
Friday y c a m, Shavuol sarvlc*.
Evening 8:15 p.m. Confirmation serv-
! s Saturdaj 8:45 a.m. Yiskor serv-
U > s
-"
TEMPLE NER TAMIU. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Samuel Gombera.
Friday 8:4.1 a.m Sermon: 'The Dec-
alogue Th. Sound Heard Through-
out thi Win Id!" Ev< nlng 9 It p m.
Confirmation Members of th.- Tem-
holi :i be honored. Reception
by parents ol th. conflrmanda Sat-
|urdaj 6:45 a.m, Yiskor 10:30 a.m.

TEMPLE S'NAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform.
Frl.l.> v 13 i> tn Sunday 11 a.m. Con-
; fil mat i -ri s. I \ i,-.-.
e
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan
Zwitman. Cantor Albert Glantz.
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TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Leo Heim.

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

TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th at.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man.
Frldaj 8:30 ) ni Annual confirmation
ceremony, i in. K Shabbat hosts: Par-
ents of the conflrmanda. Saturday 6
p ni Par MItsvah: Edward, son of
Ml and Mrs. I'.irnar.l L.ing.

YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
Stemmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu.
i"i daj : a in. shavu.t service Even-
ing 7 p.m. Sermon "Torah, our
of strength." Saturday it a.m.
1 Iskoi s, n Icei : SO a.m.
YOUNG ISRAEL.* ~990 NE 171 st.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
Baa sasBB Bssasjsi
CANDLWGHTING TIM
6 Sivcm 6:57 p.m.


Fcge 14-A
vJenirt flcridlian
Fiidoy, ]une 8, 1962
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN
Along the Road of Time With Detours for Emotion
THE FAMILY MAN. By Sidney Sulkin. 429 pp. Washing-
ton, D.C.: Robert B. Luce, Inc. $5.95.
THERE OUGHT TO be sonic kind of unwritten law for
writers that fiction should be created in one of two
ways. Either it might be written about something extra-
ordinary the larger-than-life" character, the unusual
situation, the especially sensitive view or else it should
be written extraordinarily well, about something simple.
Preferably, of course, it should do both; the be>t works
do both. But certainly one must do at least one of these
foreign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN
two things, to get into the first rank?. Otherwise whal
you get is a book like ""The Family Man." not a bad book,
really, but not a good book. It's what might be called an
average book: it has no extremes of any kind.
The story of Harry Allman and his family runs from
the depression days to sometime after World War II
There is his wife, Leah, and one of the best aspects of
the novel has to do with the detailing of their relationship,
the growing bitterness and sullenness on the part of
Leah, and the disappointment and resignation of Harry.
There are three sons and daughters, each with his sep-
A Backward Glance at the Mizrachi Movement
BAPOEL HAMIZRACHI the
** Zionist Religious Labor Or-
ganizationhist week celebrat-
ed its -40th anniversary and.
while att< rally in Jeru-
salem marking th< occasi m, we
. .; i impn -i c! bj a story one
i I he veterans told ui the Move-
mi '"'- early d< < -
It was about 40 years ago
up ut Hi
Hamizrachi's 340 m e m bi rs
Petah Tik-
to iouk lor work. Tik .
Off the Record
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Comment on Survey
M
ORE THAN 84 perc<
n v. eri-
. .:
y conducted v eri-
cities, A sim-
ade al it eight yi
ed that only 77 pen i nl
om nati' i
e survey also revi per-
c?nl : the childn n in the u
n native-born, This is an
pment nee il dooms the prophets
f doom been predicting thai Yidi
i down when the reservoir of
i hildren were exhausted.
However il seems that the children of the fourth
lion !c followinj the predicted pattern of
returning to their origins, <>t seeking meaningful-
ness in the ways of the older generations of immi-
.. ants
Another interesting disclosure is the fact that
.'ist SO percent of the parents are college grad-
uate-, with many having taken post-graduate courses.
Only 27 percent o( the parents are workers. Some
22 percent are professionals and 29 percent arc bus-
inessmen. Eight years ago the percentage of work-
ers was at high as 45. That would seemingly indicate
a growing awareness in Jewish middle-class and in-
tellectual circles of the need for educating their
young in the tongue of their eldersYiddish
Must of the parents who were asked to give
motivation for sending their children to Yiddish
schools said they thought Yiddish would be the best
medium to tie their young to the Jewish people.
Others said Yiddish was an international tongue in
the sense that it was spoken by most Jews in most
countries and that it was the one language through
which their children could best understand their fel-
low-Jews in other parts of the world.
It has bun fashionable of late to predict demise
f.ir mar.) institutions on the American Jewish scene.
with Yiddish as the most vicious target of the dis-
credited ton] ie-waj ers The Workmen's Circle
survey ti Us a Btory not of perishing but of inc.
It would bi olish to i i cl i burgi oning oi Yiddish
tongue in \n i Our roots arc deep in Ameri-
hi i- it r, asonable to assume thai
our futi n them-
tely divor
the milli
whi itli
lebrew
of the 1 no< ol ; i |jn.

'i i minal Yiddish fi
lid mean lion from i
mid I not f th
our his! ii medium of irri |
patt(
*
Grace is the Ability to Study
Thi

Ill
farn ers mi; them with amazement and disbelief. To
. -. on the land4 Yeshiva boys and farming0 They smil-
good-heartedly. "You couldn't take it." they said, and
rward with another idea that, instead, tin young
settle down in Petah Tikvah and establish therea
....
take the offer, stubbornly they in-
n workin on the land. And they did.
Thai was th< beginning. Since those days llapool
izrach has i tablished more than 30 agricultural set
som< oi them im.de:- I pioncerinj spirit and
The slogan on the Movcmem read: "Tora
oda"Torah and Labor. "What we had set out to
they say. "was to dispel the then prevailii
boy from s yeshiva could not make a hard work-
reover that ri igious life, was in a way incompat-
ith thi : rriships ... ; hazards of pioni.
a thou n I occur to anyone. Indeed.
anybodj 's m i id it is now hard
ne that it could therwise. "Tirat
Yavni ri.....i itzin
i i ... urageas i
in the huls of Judi. bi can .. -
-'..- n thi War oi [ndependi
' I thi initii rs. there gr ment that numbers '
of 25.000, a vast network of ecoi
n fot their high standard, to which the Bar-
I University was i ded n reci t years
'' is to thi of Hapoel Hamizrachi that through-
ars, whiU engagi
it nevi r m .. al v ork. i
sight : -in 11 ntral purpose of beii ath i | arl
in laying the foundations ol th< Homeland.
Recalling the episode ol Petah Tikva of to years
old tanner remarked: "By rejecting the offer ti i
lish a yeshua we intended to prove that we could become
ml farmers as anyone, but through the year- wi have
I oved another point as well: That farmers can establish
yeshivot. There are now n yeshivoi spread in the various
agricultural settlements where the pupils divide their time
between Torah and Labor."
Now. 14 years after the establishment of the State.
many things are taken for granted and there is little,
il any. time to look back and think of the "beginning," of
thi S6 days filled with dreams and the creation of new
forms and ways oi life, when new trials were blazed with
the force cf the undaunted spirit and the great vision of
a homeland reborn.
It is good to be reminded of tho vide the perspective. They help appreciate the road we
have traveled and project the road that still lies ahead.
arate role in the family hierarchy. Thi re- is a mistress
Frieda, and the brief sketching of the tits between her and
Harry is done with an unsentimental rialism which is all
the more poignant therefore. And thi ri are portraits ol
other people in and around the family, and the moments
of disturbance and equilibrium common tc all families.
It's the kind of book one can easily put down, and
easily take up again. It moves to no gnat heights, and
Harry Allman's direction is mostly along the road 11
time, with small side trips into emotion. It is a curioush
passionless book, and if it says anything at all. it is that
this is the way of most men and their families. Harry
Allman strives for some achievement, some affection
some sense of self-worth, for this is his way of re
some meaning from life. He is no: ar especially good
man. but hi manages the kind of nobility which accrues
to those who go through their days armed with Lit! mi r<
than a rueful self-honesty.
I stcn-born Sidney Sulkin is a sesior editoi f Kip-
! imi magazine A noted si story
writer he as fi merly chief of VOA's Washing! iffice.
- his first novel.
Panoroma:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
God in the Desert
^havuot was time hen
God r< vi all d Himself in the
'esert and gai i I i Ti i Cot iand-
tentsthi '! :
It seen i dd th n the
tevelation should I a' e taki i
n the desert u I no! in tl
es the great i oi ila
__ on?
.. course, the reason i- ; an In tl
fusioi noice and soui d in thi lies th
scarcely be audibli ai if thi
- had been broadcast 1 supposi they
d to add a com mi rcial
.'I buildin
thi j You can sei H betti i
it is wi tti.:. is not l fa u
- but "in the II small \
better in the desi
I rah. don't go to Times Square
i .;. solitudes ni the di sert. j i may
U3 -' Pn fence see thi Invisible!
ere is e storj ol a Sci Ichmai who I his
I am going to Mt, Sinai and on the pit
1 M -' od, I am read the !om-
man Imi
said his parson, "Instead of going to
I the Commandments you stay home
: m."
Hie i ndments were given a long time ago,
H w is it > i -nil do not heed them?
ol thi sages in answer notes that it i- writ-
lei that God gave the Commandments, but not
i received them. The fact is. he notes, people
receive thing- at different speeds Tell an English-
man a joke and he won't get it until the next Jay
When Galileo said that the earth revolved about
the sun. it was some time before the Church would
receive that.
Our Film Folk:
By HERBERT G. LUFT
Eddie Cantor in an Unusually Jovial Situation
EDDIE CANTOR was finishing his lunch
and sipping coffee in the plush pri-
vate dining room of the exclusive Mill-
ionaire Club. Hollywood's newest estab-
lishment, when I went over to his table
at with him for a while. Those who
en feeding us si ibout Ed-
. h, must have been <>< < r
ir chori The ti med show man
l> :" ",!- in the quiet
ol tl e (lull where, a- he told me in his
' : '" voice, he d ien'l i over-
t the i to t- waiter and fel-
ners This is an
e to be a milli ne '
pe strut!
: o!
k-ely. and
" house! 1 he bill
'i ssel "
Eddii hed I rious

'
rte Mr, Roi
1 thi
'
hind thi ,. si iich he labeled The March of Dime- '
ntless are Eddie Cantor's efforts for charitable
drives Hi has spearheaded appeals for the Red Cross,
nd; collected funds for Catholics l.utli-
1Hn> Jews and Negroes. He was at I
'V1- es in World War f and during the Se.
v n the fighl against Hitler al
thi rr is Hi
''' San Franci co i S43 millioi
" As to Israel, Eddie has .old $2(0
:-. ol wind, he p moted 2
' '" during In- 70th birtl
i al
' i visited the E dii I antor I
r< i avi\
......led ihe perilious daj in
' raisedcl lion
' ction with thi
and teej i
H rietta Szold a fact which I

ifian i son ml.
>.i reciu pul elal
as listenii tall
: i nt i in
Ihi i -
al
tor flipped tl ,
tish m World War U



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"And though homiletically sound, I found Rabbi
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AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY,
_ No. 82C 5247
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Plaintiff,
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NOTICE BY PUlwICATlON
IN THE C.RCL-i COURT OF THE
.* H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
JRlOA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. INCHANCERl.
No 63C 1483
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SUIT FOR ACCOL viT!N3
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for I he relief de-
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bliahed ince
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I .nda "i- i.li daj oi Ma). i l1
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Deput] Clark
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107 I.im "in '
Mlnrrl Baa h. Ptorlda
\ loi ii. v. ir Plaintiff

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ki .ri. i; i- HBKUBY UIVBN thai
..i .. i ng
Ii- fiotittoua ii.mi.- .f
Ml x mi sm..|{h:s ii:a\ i-:i. CKX1 BH
INC n 118 At antic Intenda
Uh the i'l..fk
i Dadi County,
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 5161
; AIMKK I' IIBRXAXDKZ,
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NOTICE OF PUBLCATION
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AI il iRKS.H I XKXi >WX
Yi ir, SAXTI m:i HBRNAXI1BZ,
iddri -- unknnu n, re required !. file
... .m-u. i tu ili..... iilalm foi .1
. Ih ili-- Clei k ..I' the abo\
i mil .....p> thei eol
mi i ilno I' n. -i I attorney, 910-11
.n_i- liliiK., Ill N*K. 2nd Avenue,
Ml.uni, Kloi on .- Iiefore June IS,
else romplaini will be taken
,.- onl------.1
I il :h > : 'ih das < -May. 1982
i: II I.KATHRKM \N. Cli .
.'ii.uii i*ourt, l>ade t'ounty, blorlda
11 \ \ HBWETT
I >e|i il Clerk
e/U-M, I l-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. ,N PROBATE
No. 55947-C
IX RK IM ,-. ol
KM I'lIKi: liOTTI.IBB,
1......11- .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
\ Tedltom and All Rersonn II.n -
kng I'linni- ir i i.-miiii.u Afrainai Said
You are herehj notified and re-
luired In prenenl an) olalniH and de-
.v in. h v .-ii in.i\ ha \ i- .i^.im-1
i lie .-t.il,. of KSTHKR UOTTL.IBH,
.I i.i.....t l i.i.I. County, Flor-
ida, i.i the Count) .In.lues ..f Dade
i'ii inty, ..lei tii" the name In their
il. in my l "ourlhoune In
l lade County, Hoi du within -i\ cal-
endar month* from the date nf the
liral publication here, -.r the Kama
..ili be bane i
I.Kl >N 'I'll.lKI!
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\l:i |\| iVITZ. SILVKK .v SCHER
Vtturne) for i-:\.- utor
.; \ ii HuiidiiiK
Klorldn
:. .'... ; i -8-13
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE
NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
I N AND FOR DADE
IN CHANCERY.
I.J. u.w ^. ^-1
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COLRT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 1-.5865-B
I \ I. VIX
I I.....-..I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All I'en i.n II.. v

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iiulred to prenenl an) elnlnm .....I di
nda which i Im \. .u:. Jnai
I the utute "I SII.IA I.I VIX ill
1 late ..!..,..' |y, |
ntj I i.i if i i.,.;. lunl .. iiml
I file In -.,.:. in dupllcati an
I In Si rlda SI
ii.- iii the r nffli i m Ii mini >
|..i.l. Count) l
nit In i nix i-.i
Inn f pii
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Dali il al Miami K'li.i Ida
dav of May. A.D I 91
JACK LEVIN
Hi .si: .'i IHEX
SI IL I.EVIX
v- I '
i'HEREX & til .1.1 >EX
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. N PROBATE
No. 55840-A
IX RK KKtati id
MANCEL KLEIMAN
I'......;- .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All l'i-rnony Hav-
i I.. inn inl- Aaalnal >.i .1
K t.ite
^ In reb) i mi re-
.' ii.I di -
.mi.-t
Ihe entail of M VXl'EI. K LEI M VN
|. i : I lade I ml). Flor-
. i" Ihe ''..... ludei
1 ml and file the name In dupli-
. iir.- ti.i
Florida SI itutea, in tl.. ii
'.. in
11). I within ii ..: ndar .....ntha
from he I mi ..l ihi .-.,.
In reof, or thi name w ill be I

Dated u Miami, hlorlda thin ITih
da) of Ma) \ i' :
I I'. KIEL
\ \ i \
RKXJ \ MIX Ki ii ;i:i.
Attorney for
RITA l'";i:i.. ADMIXISTRATRIX
i'iiI s W .ih Street
m Ian i Plot Ida
5 JS 8
' IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 56006
IX RK INt.it. of
I llli:l. I.KSiiUnl'KK
I '. ,-. n ,I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml Cn dltiirn ind All Pi noi Hav-
inn Claim* ..r Demands Againal Said
Entitle
You are hei !> not Ifli .1 and i
i an) Im" and di -
manda whi. ii you ma) havi asaii ni
the EHIKL l.i:.-i iM I iDER,
..-. in nf I i I. .'.. ml; Floi -
Ida, to the Count) Juda:** of Hadi
County, .in.I file the tM&ma in dupll
in.I i- provided In Section i
Hoi i the Count) Courthouae In Iiadi
County, l|..riilii within -iv calendai
| month* from the time of the
publication hereof, ..t Die name will
bi barred
l 'ni.-.I .it Miami, Kloi da Ihi* llih
la) ul Ma). \ l 191
AN \ \ i'i IRXM Kl.li
KI'RT WEI.LISCH
\ I I !\. itor*
WKI.I.IS. Ml ,v I ii ili 1HKKTY
Al torn. > fill I :-l:it. '.
KM Kl. |,KS" mi il lER, I
i 'onari n* Rullillna
Miami v
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 55868C
IN RK Km it- of
I ABRAHAM iii il.l 'ST KIN
I.. aaed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
' Tu ill i 'i adltori and Ml Pel rani Ha> -
Ina Clnlmn or liemand* Agwlnal
1 Nt.it.'
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to preaenl an) clalma and
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
** M t% i # If h iridliiair:
solicits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
BHnl IIS 3-4#6
for
messenoer service
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE C.RCUIT COURT OF T ;
ELFVFNTH JUD'CIAl riRCL'lT ~- -
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 62C 554}
i I \ N' N'. \ IR.,
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BI.IZ VIIKTH PR \N' KS HA NX N

NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I Tl I' hml .'ill I ....... Il.in
I \i (Jeoiire Mm
.....I Creaeenl
^| ll' \RK HKRERY Nl 'TIMED I
yn\\ .ii.
... \
I to the I .....
the li \l:i;v /.
rrXICK i Lincoln n "I M
it. ... Pli ind file thi
ffIce of the < rk "
_
wIII be ti i
ed III v .. 11
I VTKI M iv 21, 191
i: li I.K yTHERM VX
i I, Dade i
lit I. SXBBDBN
I.. ,.
II VRRY 7< '. RRXICK
for Pla 11
': md
Miat I Seat h, hlorlda
i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRKIIY UIVBN I
I. .Mii<>.- under the fictitious name
tu K vu.i. \i:i: ri. \. i:. INC .i b
THE VILI AOE DLACK al (H i'r i
evai .1. Kl ) r.i- i. in KIotI
- to reulntel Mild name u I
Ihi "li rk ..i" Ihe "In ult Court
. '
Till: VII.1.AUK PLACE, IXC
11 Rli l.....il M Mariane, Ir .
I 'r. -i.i'-nt
RICH VRD M RKPI.ER, Eaq
i Hlali h l 'i mi ii.'.-iii. Flu.
Attorne) for The- Village Plaoa, In**.
IS-SS, 8 '
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO 55962-C
In RE Enl ti
HC1 IE I. R< 'S'KN'TIIA 1.
Dec, .,- .1
AMENDED
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml i i .ilit..i imd Ml i "-
llavins .'liiini- ... I in.in.l- Agalnat
Said Kala-U
- notified a nd n -i
! preaenl an) claim* and demands
ivhlch yi maj havi nniMt the eatan
i RTRI'DK I. ROSBNTHAL de-
.'. i*d in'. DADE County, i"
t.i thi '' t) fudge* 'i" Dade O
I file the sami
i in Sei'i Ion 733 I 'i. Elorid
in their off Ice* In the Co in>
n i it hi mm in i "nil. County, Ploi -
i.li. ... 11inn -i\ .i'. ti,:.ir month* fi
the time thi firet publication hi
>f. ..i ih. name will be barred
I "all .1 al m i ..in. ti.i- I
da) ..f Ma> \ I '
AL-HERT E ROSEXTHAL
.i- Bxi cutor nl t he l'-! it. ..f
.1. I Roeenl
MYERS HKIMAX, KAPLAN
.'. .'Xl's-M VN
\ ii. \ foi Executor
1 ISO s W l.-l 81
F. 25, J/l-S
i.
I IIKX,
I i n.l.i in
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
l'i i IRAI 'K Cl IHEX
ll i. ,: field Road
Deerfield, llllno -
You are hi reb) notified thai Bill
if Complain! for Divorce ha* I.....n
filed aKalnal j uu, and you ar<
luired t.. >.i > ., up) ..i > our An-
i 'leadliiK i" the I;tH "t '-.ni
.ilniiit on the plaintiff Attoi )
Roniild ti Lexy, 1110 N.E. luSt.l
Street, North Mian i leach Kloi Ida
anil file i he in Urinal x na\x i i
ii._ in iin- ..ni.....f the Clerk ol the
Court ..ii .! before the Ind
i i) ..i .i il) i ...j if .i
.... Judgment b) defaull will be taken
(..ii foi iii. i. in i demanded
in t he Hill of i 'omplalnl.
Tli > notice ihall be publiahed once
each week t"i i..... i-onaecuilvi week*
in THE JEWISH I'I "1(11'IAN
DUNK AXD ORDERED al Miami,
Plorld i. tin- .'Hi da) of May, A D
"...
K I'. I.K ATI IKK.XI AN. Clerk
Circuit Court, I'.i. County, Pkirida
tseal) B) K M i.x.mxn.
I "epuiy i'l. i k
RONALD i: LEVY, Baq
inn N K lB3rd Street
North Miami Beach, Florida
Attorne) for Plalntlfl
in.in i- ulii.-h %,.ii mill havi
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEX that
nderalgn,-,i, dealrlnfl to aiiaaaii in
i.ii-ii.. -- under the flctltloua m.......i
Rocket City, Rockel Cit\ i
Rocket VIII ie at 3S61 B xv Srd Ave-
nue, Miami Intend* t.. reclati
name a ll ii the *lerk of the < u
t Dade i 'ountj. h'l.n Ida
alI. s I'A'ii: iu:x i:i.i H'MENT
i i iiii-i .i: \'i'ii in
KOVNBR A MAN AH KIM BR
\ foi All-Stati
l lex. ral Ion
:.
Hi. -t.it.- of vRR \H x.xt i;, il.l i-
STBIX .1. caned lati ol 11......'nunt) .
hlorlda tn the Count) Judjre* I'ail,
'..nut \ ..ii.i in., thi -.mi. dupl
and i :-t \ i. led In > cthm 79
1 ri tuten, In ih. ii offli in
the Count) CourthotiHi In Dad*
ty, hlorlda, within -i\ I'alendar
mm I : ..tu the i Imt ol I hi Ni il
publication hereof, ol lh< aam< 111
.1
Dan I al Miami, hlorlda, Hil- 28th
In) Api II, x I. '..
MILT" 'X \ PRIBUM xn
x- Exi .ut.i
Xill.T, ,.\ x PRIEDMAN
. X't...... '
I 1111 Xlli-!. v III.It.
:. IS- 2 ii i -
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY UIVEX thai
the iin.l.i-m 11...I. il. -it mil- .. .in.,*, in
li mini -- under thi : lltlouj, nami ..i
I JIM i Levy, Lex. nllial
i loldnti in ,v ki-...-mi. ..ill in N K
lesrd Sti .ii. N'..i ih Miami Ri... '.
| Florida Intend* to reglatei -.,1.1 nami
wiiii thi Clerk ..t ili. i 'n hi i '..nil
..I I >ade Count) Kim
LEVY, LEVEXTHA1. UtiLOSTKIX
,x K H xSSXKR I!!< .1 l'S.-|,,N XI.
\~S. .. 'I xTI. >N. h '' il I n .1
curporatkHi > i
. -
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEX thai
III. II -' '...... Hi i im.m. in
.. -- unilei ih- me ol
THE i 'AST .it l.'
i ,i,i S'orth Ml*
ild na no \. ii li 11.. Clerk
... nit cm t i lade 'ounl *.
i
Mil., i x INC., .. Plot Ida
. .i poral Ion
B) Dm :- M CiMik Pn nldent
BBNJAMIN I SHI I.MAN
x ii. i foi Mll.i A, INC
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 55719-C
IN RK Entati
\l \ i:x Li .i I N'cKl..
Dl ;.-..I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn \ ind All Pi i -.ti.- Hav-
. Claim* "i I', iimii-i- Agalnat s.i I
i in
Y" .. herdi) ti. t ir i. i and re -
in11 .1 to i.i tn an) claim* an.I de-
. a'hich v>ii m.i \ : \. aga
Hi. -:.,t. ol XI VRY I.ul' K.N'i;
ileceaned i, id I >adi I' unty, Plor-
thi "''* .1 idgea of I
fmini tin me I dupl I
.i n.i a n Seel I..ii 79
. in i'i. '. s in
the Count) Courtht u*i In Da4e Coun-
t) Pin i-i.i with ilendar montha
i hi tlnu of i he flrel publication
ni t hi same w ill be barred
Hal, : t Miami. F oi Ida, thi'
la) I May, \ I' 1*61
JOAN liAIL x\ ESTBRBON
x- l'.\. tti\
KMANI KI. LEVENSI IN
xtt..i ni ) fm Exi .hi 11\
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Friday. lune 8. 1962

List Reception Group for Federation Meet
A reception committee has been
named to welcome Dr. Henry King
Stanford, newly-appointed president
of the University of Miami, at the
annual dinner June 16 of the Great-
er Miami Jewish FederJtion.
Announcement of the appoint-
ments came from the committee's
tyke over July 1 from Dr. Jay F. W.. sponsibility of passing on the an-
Pearson. president since January! pual budgetincluding allocations
1953. who will become chancellor.
The reception will mark Dr. Stan-
ford's official welcome to Miami
from the Dade Jewish loiumuuin
The meeting is the once-a-year-
occasion at which members of theI
to those agencies
Federation.
supported by
^-chairmen. Sam Blank. Baron de Greater Miami Jewish Federation
and convene. In their hands is the re-
sponsibility for electing the of-1
Max Orovitz.
. -.it..b_..ifleers who will guide Federation
1 cctions in the coming year. They,
will also elect the board of gov-
Hirsch Meyer.
Arthur Ungar.
Dr. Stanford,
educator, will be guest of honor
jnd principal speaker at the Fed-
eration dinner in the Dupont Plaza
hotel.
Named to the reception com
mitt** were Leonard L. Abass,
Simutl N. Frietfland, Maurice
Gusmtn, A. J. Harris, Howard
Kan*, Samuel Kipnis, Jay I. Kis-
late, Sidney Lefcoort, Joseph M
Upton, Stanley C. Myers, Sam-
uel H. Rest, Jacob Shcr, William
D. Sinejor, Bernard Stevens, Har-
old Thorman. Carl Weinkle, Jos-
eph WMtntraub, and Mitch*ll
WohSeav
Dr. Stanford, former president of
Birmingham Southern College, will follows"
The interest shown by its mem-
bers is the determining factor in
how effectively Federation will
function in its role as the Jew-
ish community's central organiza-
tion for planning, coordination
and fund-raising.
Members attending the annual
meeting will also hear final reports
crnorsthe governing body of Fed-, 01, the 1962 campaign,
eration. Awards will be presented to out-
It is from the board of governors standing volunteer workers for
that major committees are drawn. | their roles in the 1962 New Hori-
!t is also the body with the re-1 lotll campaign.
United Hias Slated to Cite
Miami for Refugee Aid
Continued from 1-A
The United Hias Award reads as
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Main Post Office
Miami 1, Fla.
"As an expression of our pro-
found appreciation for the com-
passionate response of the Federa-
tion and Federation's supported
agencies in providing a home for
temporary haven and a sense of
belonging for thousands of Jew-
ish refugees from Cuba, whose mi-
gration brought them to Miami as
a port of entry to a new and bet-
ter life.
"Through the inspiring coopera-
tion of the Greater Miami Jewsh
Federation and Jewish resettle-
ment agencies throughout the
country, the United Hias Service
has been enabled to resettle Jew-
ish men. women and children who
have had to flee from Cuba.
Bowling league Dinner
The Miami Hebrew Congregation
bowling league will hold a dinner
party Sunday, 6:30 p.m.. in the
Deauville hotel's Casanova room.
I where Barry Ashton's revue.
"Vive! Les Girls!" will follow din-
ner. Edward Gilbrand is in charge
of arrangements.
"This award presented on the oc-j
cssion of the twenty-fourth annual I
meeting of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federtaion is dedicated to the'
leaders and members of the Fed-:
tration whose warmth and gen-:
crosity toward the Cuban refugees
symbolizes, in the finest sense, their
deep concern for the welfare of
uprooted and homeless Jews
throughout the world."
Sam Liew has been elected
president of the Miami Beach
Junior Chamber of Commerce.
Installation banquet will be
held June 9 at Picciolo's res-
taurant.
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Dade Heights Will
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Rabbi Harold Richtcr will con-
duct confirmation services at Dade
Heights Jewish Congregation on
Sunday at 7 p.m.
A reception tendered by the par-
jents of the confirmands will fol-
low the services.
To be confirmed are Larry, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Allen; Lin-
Ida, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
lArbit; Louise, daughter of Mr. and
"We of Federation are tremen-IMrs. Jce Bass; Mark, son of Mr.
riously proud of the wonderful land Mrs. Harry Farber; Jill,
work of our agencies which has \ daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel
made this award possible." Harris JGandel; Cindy, daughter of Mr.
>aid. We are grateful to have and Mrs. Paul Mitchell; and Jet-
played a role in so important and frey. son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
human task" Oltchick.
The award will be presented by
James Rice, national executive
director of United Hias, to A. J.
Harris, president of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
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... shower riven in April for lovely Rochelle c'hanton at
!: II.: (Dorys) Meyers Daughter of the Arthur
ns 2945 Flamingo dr., Rochelle is the June bride-to-be ol
Raff, son of Mr .uul Mrs. N Douglas Raff Amona
..- Mrs. Bobbie Lautman and Mrs Gertrude Reiss, sister
: of the prospective bridegroom's mother Both for-
ians they now call California home Also attending,
- mother and her two sisters, Leslie and Renee,
1 th< wedding party Two more sisters, Debby
. will be junior bridesmaids but were considered a
young for the luncheon Surprise for Rochelle was
Hertz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Hal Hertz, who arrived
VI\\ectedly from Gainesville to share the happy occasion with
friend Only male in sight was Martin, who came at
| of the festivities to call for his future wife .
Happy birthday for Mrs. David (Etta) Schuham on Sunday .
at a family barbeque in the Perrine home of daughter
in-law, Iris and A. Budd Cutler, with .:ii assist from their
youngsters, Betsy Gail 9. and Jeff 5 Right at home m
ntimate group, long-time friends. Dr. and Mrs. Joel Belov,
I : iveriiy ot Miami Later in the summer, the Schuhams
visit their other five grandchildren in Tucson. Arizona .
re the children of the former Mika Schuham and husband.
Etshokin. Still later, they'll travel to Saugatuck, Mich.,
,esl artist colony, summer home of the Schuham elan.
V
Pretty lane Firestone, junior at Miami Beach High, has been
i-pted for earlj admission at Stetson University in Deland and
.,rt there June 17 Plans to le a nurse and. in addition
an Opti Miss, got an early start by serving as a Volunteen
Sii -.i Hospital She's the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bern-
Sylvia) Firestone. 830 S. Shore dr. Her mother leaving
: the same time for Cotham Town, where she will attend the
Vlltzvah of a nephew and vows to see every show on Broad-
The other Firestone daughter. Fsther. now Mrs. Morton
returned recently from Carracas. Venezuela, where her
. with Spanish made her invaluable to the president of RCA
ational, whom she served as secretary Her husband
aped the English department of publicity and advertising lor
,... Publicidad Both alums oi Beach High, she attended
.. rsitj oi Miami, he went to the University of Florida.
, t
Two caps and gowns hanging in the closet of the Buddy Fold-
hi me .it present At commencement exercises Tuesday
University of Miami, he'll be handed his LLB from the law
.:id h^ vkife, the former Nancy Schonleld. will receive her
ation degree in speech therapy ...
Party for Sunny Bursten's 12th birthday last Saturday full of
xcitemeni teenagers thrive on Games, frantic dancing,
innumerable and varied snacks whiled away the hours lor
boys and girls A little bit older, but having lots ot fun,
the birthday girl's twin sisters, Pat and Sue Graduating
". Beach High in the top five percent, they're act""" in "H
, n and will enter the University of Colorado come September
Sunny with North Beach Elementary behind her. starts at
\ utlhls Junior High in the fall Parents of the three pretty
- Lucille and Leonard Bursten. of Pine Tree dr.
l-ddor and Hose Weinstein. 7720 Byron ave., on their way to
m Mass to attend daughter Ruth's graduation from Bran-
iversitj A credit to Miami Beach High, Ruth has made
List every semester ... A political science major, she
been accepted at Columbia University, where she will work
r Master's, starting in September Durini the summer
ill be at the UN where she has been awarded an honorary
; This brought her a personal note from Dr. Abram
president of Brandeis, commending the honor she had
: to her school, as well as herself .
n on graduation. Harvej s Kantor has earned a degree
Washington Universitj -ehool of medicine in St. Louis, Mo
- ol Mr and Mrs. jack Ranter, 17350 NE 12th ct., No. Miami
Dr Kai.'.or i- an alum of Beach High and the I niversity
mi The Ranter family left this week to attend the
Harvey will return with them for a bnel visit be-
:.:;.. his internship at the Barms Hospital in SI Louis
xini four years I academic and icrvice honors, Nelso L.
imed outstanding senior girl at Miami Be.ah Hlgn
. ,. assembl) last Friday for the 1962 graduating class
: ttj ,. :, picture, Nelsa is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
in addition to being a fine linguist is an excellent
Vice pre idem of student Council, Nelsa is a member
Motor Soeiet) and won a scholastic Utter and Spanish
Plans to take some additional courses in French and
.-., at the I diversity of Miami this summer and will enter
. | ; in. fau Na i it standi g ioi boj
Miki a Von

ng wedding anniversaries at Westbrooke Country Club
Sid and Dorothy Pasternak In and Lillian Raskin,
am rgi Stahl, Jack and Sally Sternstein and Jean and
. > Mandell .
ed ling anniversary for Dr, and Mrs. Jacob R scnwani
rated at a luncheon hosted bv Mrs. Sarah F Rosen in the
ol Mrs Laura Liebman, 2234 Prairie ave., on Monday
e i dental surgeon, Dr Schwartz is an author ol note, hav-
iblished -orchard Street" and "On the Wings oi an Eagle,
ition to man) dental text books He is also a piruait
r and fine ivorj carver Originally from New York, tne
anta have lived here for five years and have three children
ix grandchildren Among the 35 guests at the festivities,
Anna Brenner Meyers, Mr- Harold Shapiro. Dr. Abraham
Wulfson Mrs Reulah Davis, and Mrs. May Ann. ...
- Hoberman, Vice Mayor of Surfside, and his wife Esteue
vt |usl returned from the grand lodge convention of the Florida
Knights of Pythiaa and are off and away again to Bimlni next
i .
An unique feature Of the Harry Unksys' new Bay Harbor Is-
li Mis apartment is a built-in art gallery Since Harry IS a ow-
ner as well as presidei.1 of the Frame and Picture Institute ol
rica, he has created an exhibit to demonstrate the proper way
I" hang paintings in the home.
Dr and Mrs Robert Alan Sterling have just returned from
Philadelphia, where they lived four year- while Dr. sterling at-
led in. i -I y of Pennsylvania school of dentistrj .
S n of Bernard Sterling, 0| Coral Cables. Alan is marred to the
Nancj Jane Pepper, daughter of the Max Peppers, Miami
Selected senior alumni day speaker. Dr. Sterling was awarded
rtificate Of merit from his alma mater and the lemple uni-
v dental school lor hir. contributions to Junior American
II Association Dav Barly in August, [he new dentist will
r*p rl for officers trainini at Gunter Air Force Base. Montuom
' 5 Ala., and a i. weeks later he and his wife will drive to
em Tex. where he will serve in the Air Force Dental Corps
He i- a member of Alpha Omega, w D Miller Research so-
1 ':. Se,matoloKical Society. Philadelphia I'cnodental Society,
Dental Record Staff.
Jewish Floridian
Miami, Florida. Friday, June 8, 1962
Section 3
Proud of their gavels are the six new presi-
dents of South Florida chapters of National
Children's Cardiac Hospital, Micmi's nation-
ally-known free, non-sectarian institution de-
voted exclusively to rheumatic and congeni-
tal heart disease in children. From left ate
Mesdames Michael (Dorothy) Blank. Miami
chapter; J. Jay (Nancy) Simons. Broward; Burt
vBettye) Toppan. Flamingo; Nat (Lee) Fried-
man. Miami Beach; Mac (Leila) Reisel. North
Dcde; and Michael (Janice) Feldmun. South
Dade. Over 450 chapter members, friends ar.d
hospital officials cttended the annual joint
chapter installation en May 29 at the Seville
hotel.
Formally installed at the annual congrega- Pardo: spiritual leader cf Beth Shalom. Raobi
tional meeting of Temple Beth Sholom on Sat- Leon Eronish; Mrs. Louis F. Snetman. prest-
urdcy evening were (left to right) Dr. Hany E. dent oi Sisterhood, ^ceea:ng Mrs. Harvey L\
Walk president of the Brotherhood, succeed- Kramer; and lames M Albeit, p.esident of tne
inc David Druckei; Mrs. Irving Kushman. Temple, who was reelected. and now enters
president of the FTA, succeeding Mrs. Joseph hisseccr.dtermoloL.ee.
Opti-Mrs. Club Installation
Annual installation luncheon of
the Opti-Mrs. Club ol Miami Reach
was held on Wednesdaj at the Se-
ville hotel.
AEPhi Alumnae
Have Luncheon
Alpha Epsilon Phi Alumni Assn.
held an installation bruncheon on
May 19 at the home ol Mrs 1.
Jacobson, 8410 N. Bay rd.
Officers for the 19(52-63 year
are:
President, Mrs Stanley Roth:
vice president Mrs Samuel Eli-
noff: correspi i cretarj Mrs
Mrs. Howard Katten; recording
secretarj Mrs Bart Cohen; treas-
urer Mrs Richard Helfman; ami
members-at-largi Mrs Burton
Levey and Mrs James Orovitz.
Mrs. Paul Bromberg installing
officer w rot* an origin) I -> i ipl for
;h occasion
Guests of honor wen Mrs James
K..rL. !.. lit. .ant govern : ol Opti
Mrs Zoni S. and Mrs Frank Ar-
thur, lieutenant governor elect
New officers an Mrs. Murraj
Sonnett, pr< sident: Mrs. Mann>
Goldstritch and Mrs Sam Hirsch.
via presid. Mrs Leon a r d
Plat:, recording secretary; Mrs.
Jay Jacob! corresponding sure
tarj. Mrs Robi it Jackson -
urer; and Mrs Arthur Leibowitt,
s, (;. ry.
Projei : the M I
i v irse's scholar-
d camp schi
and -eh. lai ships !. r i n o1 nally
e.-turbed children a; th< Mi I
Clinical hooL
MIS. MURRAY SONNfTI


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Friday, June 8, 196M ^
Ucchnion W.enicn
sJurn \^Jnt in /f'orce
Newly-elected officers for the Dade county
board of directors, B'nai B'rith Youth Organi-
zation, are (left to right) Ainslie R. Ferdie, vice
president; Mrs. Alfred Reich, president, District
5, B'nai B'rith Women; Charles Seiavitch, pres-
ident, Florida State Federation B'nai B'rith
Lodges; Mrs. Henry Ste:nhauser, president of
the board; Eli Hurwitz, past president; Mrs.
Marion Sussman, treasurer; Jack Fink, honor-
ary president; and Mrs. Beryl Warnoker. vice
president. The BBYO board supervises the
cctivity of 32 B'nai B'rith youth chapters in
Greater Miami, with a
1,000 high school youth.
membership of over
JWV Ladies
Elect Mrs. Levine
Mrs. Edward I rin was elec-
ted president i f the Department of
Florida at the 11th encampment
of the Jewish War Vet rans I (dies'
Auxiliary of the United States.
Sen : with her will be Me>-
dames Bernard Wander and I ou
D< Uch. \ ice presidents: Leon
Silverman. secretary: Harold
Shankman. treasurer; Jennie Go-
lub. chaplain: Bertram Whitman,
patriotic instructor; Abe Isgar.
conductress; Irving Cooperman.
historian: Selma Cohen, guard; and
William Ackerman. organizer.
Trophies were awarded for out-
standing service in the following:
hospital and veterans service, Nor-
man Bruce Brown Auxiliary; mem-
bership. Harry H. Cohen Auxiliary;
community relations. Murray Sol-
omon Auxiliary; child welfare,
aid to Israel, and civil defense.
West Miami Auxiliary.
Highlight of the luncheon given
for outgoing president. Mrs. Max
LeVine. was the "Woman of the
Year" award selected by Mrs.
Anna Brenner Meyers, and pre-
sented to Mrs. Nat Brown, of the
Norman Bruce Brown Auxiliary,
for her "outstanding service in our
community."
Chairman for the convention was
Mrs. Ted Lingatcn
Judea Class
To be Honored
During Friday morning services
conducted by Rabbi Mordecai
I odet at Temple Judea the follow-
ing students of the Hebrew school
graduating class will be honored:
Fred, son of Mr and Mrs Har
old Berkowitz; William, son oi Mr
and Mrs Theodore Berman; Stev-
en, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alan Hern-
Mein; Sandra, daughter of Mr. and p
Mrs. Kdward Blackman.
Richard, son ot Mr and Mrs Her-
bert (Jelernter; Peter, son f Mr.
Jiiid Mrs. Albert Jacobson; and
Suzanne, daughter of Mr and Mrs
Leonard Wolpe.
Suganne
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Bon Voyage
For Ciments
HRS. tDWARD LtVINE
A bon voyage party wa.- gi\en
for Mr ar.d Mrs Jack Cinient. lOL'ti
Euclid ave., on the eve of their
departure for Israel by the Miz-
rachi-Hapoel Hamicrach last Sat
urday evening at Kneseth Israel.
President of the chapter. Rev.
Joseph Kranz, welcomed the group
.nd introduced Sol Rashia, national
representative, who served a- mas-
ter of ceremonies,
Extending 'J >d wishes to the
| couple was their son. Moshe. Louis
and Abe Cim?nt. Louis Dublin,
president oi Kneseth Israel, Hah
bi Jonah Caplan, and Philip Weiss,
vice president of the chapter and
personal friend of the honored
' guests.
By FRANCES LEHV.AN
.tu> 1 !:.; -i. I- 'Ih.iu laJ^>
c*. \i h :-, 1 as install d presi
the j i'Iy-f" rme I Grea
Miami Women's Division of the
Ami i tcan i echnion Si cietj on
-(i.,\ al i oi tainebleau hotel.
-!, v or l< t 'ih an embroider-
i in red and white ptc n
hat i:h a red rose Mrs. Meyer
A. Baskin, in whose own Florida
room the Women's Division ol
Technion got started, wore a slim
rose beige sheath with a rose blush
hat that was ruffled Mrs. Jack
Katzman chose a blue silk linen
With lace inserts and a blue petal
hat
Mrs Bernard Stevens was in
..'do. wearing the new locket with
the president's gavel that she re-
ceived from her board of the
Women's Division of Jewish Fam
ily and Children's Service. Mrs.
Nan Cohen was attired in a shaded
blue print and jacket, with the dress
acket b >th r< versible
Mrs Leo Rut stein in white with
liqued embroidery, black car
...... and a mink-trimmed black
- eati r Mrs. Trudj Hamer
schlag in .. chiffon print, and Mr.-.
B< ron de Hirsch Mover in a white
organdry and pique i ress that she
l" ught in Vienna. Mr.-. Louis
Glasser, Hh I will be installed June
it .... president of Technion here.
looked feminine in a coral print
with matching coral lace straw hat.
Mrs. David Ponve like a lucious
troth) strawberry soda in a shock
ing pink dress with a shocking pink
picture hat.
Mrs. Ruben Porter wore a
straight-lined deep coral dress pip-
ed in white with a white hat. Mr.-.
Henry J Nelson in a navy and
white one-piece jacket dress. Mr-
Harold Thurman. like the Southern
belle she is. in a torguoise and
white shi th that showed ofi
lim waitli Mrs, Dorothy Ki
. r Kink (hie in th< lilai
.1 ; next to Ml .Man- l Ra
. :h h, cool ii e and hite
h (I shirtmaker. Mr- Morton I
her startling re.i h u
in a stunning white ar.d black
John hat. With it she wore a whit
pique dress and bell bottom th .
flared as she walked, SI i
complimenting Mrs, Donald Rub
on her lovely cameo pin 'hat high
lighter her beige print dress.
Mr- Rudy Baum in a blue si]
print with a soft blue sw<
Mrs Ben-Zion Ginsburg -mar:
an Italian silk suit in beige. IK
hat was magenta, with pink flowei
all around the brim Mrs Ear
('.plan in a lilac liberty lawn Mr-
Ma.tie Washon in a two-piece blac
..nd white print decorated witl
tiny pearl buttons. Mrs. Frei
Jonas chose a reembroidered whit
lace w nil to k hes ol the palest ci I
<-. while Mr- Rose Kaplan wor
a striped straight sheath witl
l. vely black braid pii ire hat
Mr- Alexandi r Mason ii a shad
blue an purple silk pi i I with
double strand of long pi iris.
Mr- Harrj Herman cbi si
v ivid blue and i i n two-pit 11
dress with an unusual Ihree-sti
blue and green necklace Mrs. Max
uen/ .' earii k an imported bro
cade white silk classic ith a tiny
white hat, Mrs. Jack Popick ill
the exquisite apricot dress she just
fnished knitting talking to Mr-
Inez Krenskj all in white high
lighting her lovely pink and whiii
Dresden look. Mrs. Herman Corr-
sin in the pales; ot \ellow shir;.
makers, while Mrs George w Val
entitle chose a one-piece white
dress with an orange and brown
jacket. Mrs. Aaron Farr in
black and white print and "wig."
Shevuoth Time in the Valley of Jezreel
The first grain and fruit of the year are being brought in by the
Kibbutzim farmers whose homes and barns are clustered in
communities on the near side, in the middle and on the far side
of the Valley. Once a vast expanse of slimy marshes, the Valley
of Jezreel has been reclaimed through irrigation and is now a
land of "milk and honey"-one of the Simchas of modern Israel!
The Taste of Yuban Coffee
Every sip of Yuban is a Simcha in itself because it is the world's
richest coffee. The secret is aged coffee beans-aged like the
best-flavored wines and cheese. Then added to Yuban's blend
for deep, dark, delicious taste.


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Friday. Jun* 8- l962
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Beth Jacob Has Pulpit Installation
Officers and board members of
Beth Jacob will be installed Sat-
urday morning, with Rabbi Tibor
Siern conducting the ceremony.
from the pupit.
Morris B Frank will serve M
president. Vice presidents are
A::ron Lerner and Morris Krcvat.
Marcie Libirman. treasurer; Louis'
Baida, financial secretary; Harvey.
Tendkr. recording secretary; Jack'
Satin. David Whitman. Lee Meyer
and William ('< Mechanic, honor-
ary presidents.
Board members are Lame Bias-
berg, Louis 0. Bloomfield, 1 Bren-
ner. Samuel Beslow. Ben Cohen.
Isbac ('"hen. Joseph Cohen, Samuel
Deutch, Joseph Dube, Morris Edel-
Btein, Abe Eisenberg. Judge Mai
Rnglander, Samuel F'isih. Ben Fox,
1 < r na r.i A. Frank. Ben B
Gaines, Lipa Gewirts, Max G
witz. Max D. Goldhagen. Max Gold-
ttein, Samuel Kaplan. Abbot Kar-
lin. H. L. Kaufman. William Kline.
Nathan Kohler. David Krcvat. Sol
Krevat. Ben Lerner, Morn?
Lipp, Louis Makovsky. Sam L.
Matz. Harry Matz. Joseph Miller.
Phillip Nemirovsky, Joseph Reis-
msn. David Rosner, Phillip Rom
mer. Dan Roth, William Rubin.
Rev, A J Safra. Rabbi Dr M .1
Safra. Abe Schoenfeld. Sam
Schwartz. Morris Segal. Louis Shaf
km. Harry Shopiro. M. William
Smith. Harry J. Sonz. Louis Spec
tor, Moi* Tindnch. Sol Thaler.
Murris Wachholder. Louis Wasser
Jack Wucher. and H.irr> Zieg-
er.
On Sunday morning. Rabbi Stern
will speak on The Holiday of
ShavuotThe Law of Life.-' from
11 to 11:30 a.m. on ch. 10.
At a meeting on Saturday. May
16. the Sisterhood chose Mrs. Sam
Perlstein as "Mother of the Year"
for participation in the projects of
the Sisterhood.
Temple Sinai Confirmation
Rabbi William Sajowitz. director
,.i the Florida office of the Union
Of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions, will conduct confirmation
services at Temple Sinai on Sun-
day at 11 a.m. A reception will fol-
low tht ceremony, and m the even-
,. t ;, dance for the nine confirm-
ands and their friends will be
held.
'.- Robert B. Allen (riqht). president, and Mrs. Mose A. Al-
: er ccEt r.rns;dent of the IHAM Ladies' Club, make the club's
:nnual contnbition to Nat onal Children's Cardiac Hospital.
receiving the S800 check is the hospital's treasurer. Maurice
: Cohn. IHAM is the women's auxiliary of Mahi Shrine.
B'ikur Cholim
Installation Set
Annual installation "f officers and
I.card members of the Bikur
Cholim f the Israelite Center will
take p 1 a c e 01
Wednesday. 1 p
m.. at the Can
ter
Rabbi Morton
Malavsky, spirit-
Emanu-EI Groups Elect Officers
Two mere groups of Temple
u El have selected their lead-
. |or 1962-63.
Officers of the Temple Kmanu F.l
ivers are president. Frederick
vice presidents. O. J. Rosen-
>;rauch and Mrs Bernard Selevan; ,
rasurer, Mrs Samuel Ginsberg;
recording secretary. Mrs. Henry
::an; corresponding secretary.
Mrs Anna Reiff; historian. Mrs
I Rosenstrauch; advisor. Mrs
Keuben Levin; past presidents ari-
iy board. Leonard C.lickman
Myron J. Mitnick.
I rectors are Ben Ball. Mrs
. nard Clukman. Elliott Harris,
Seymour Kreisler, Mrs. Myron
ick, Ri ul en Levin. Mrs Rocky
mce, Mr- Jack Popick, Leo
. ach and Charier Rosenblatt.
rs of the Forty Niners are
ent, Irving Schatzman; vice
li nt, Max Ponbetg and Jos
Greenberg; treasurer, EUas
,. financial secretary. I"~
M, Averbook; recording secre'
Mrs, Joseph Alpern; ass il
n i irding secretary. Mrs
Salit; sergeant-at-arms, Ben
vitz and Irving Schenker;
president, Mr- Freda New-
Directors are Mrs Joseph Aver
look. Joseph Alpern. Mrs. Nettie
Benenson. Mr and Mrs. Morris
Cohen. Mrs F.ttic Dane. Mrs. Sam-
son Davidson, Mrs. Fannie F.rdos.
Mrs. Max Fonberg, Mrs. Fannie
Goldberg, Mrs Eliai Halpern. Mrs.
Rose Horwath. Mr. and Mrs. Rubin
Hyman. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kirsh-j
baum, Mrs Anna Kresh. Ben
Levine, Mrs. Ben Moscovitz. Mr.
and Mrs. Isadora Pass. Mrs. Irving
Schatzman. Mr. and Mrs Nathan
SluUker, Mrs Max Sulkan. Mrs
Esther Zeilinger and Mrs. Bertha
Zimmon.
ual leader of the
Israelite Center.'
will conduct the
ceremony at
which Mrs. Nath-
an Shenkin will
be installed for /HITS. SMHK1N
her third consecutive term.
Other new officers are Mrs. Jack
Schwartz. Mrs. Ida Zorehkcy. Mrs.
Flsie Eisner, vice presidents; Mrs
Samuel Lando. recording secretary:
Mrs. Harry Karish. financial secre-
inry; Rubin Hyatt, treasurer; Mrs
Julius Steinberg, parliamentarian.
and Mrs Esther Rosean. auditor
Board members are Mesdames
I Ciment. Fanny Gorman. Max
(iarshag, Rubin Hyatt. I. lzrail.
Sara Palett, Molly Schreibman,
Morns Goldenberg and Jacob
Schiff.
Rabbi Schiff
To be Speaker
The three Farband branches.
Ben-Gurion. Bialik and Poale Zion
Chaim Greenberg. will hold a joint
traditional Shavuot celebration Sal
urday evening ..t the Farband Cul-
tural Center, B42 Washin : n vi
Guesl speaker will be Rabbi Solo-
mon Schiff, spiritual leader of
Beth El. and vice president ol lh<
Greater Miami Rabbinical Vssn
.1. .,. 5ubje(' "id be "The Si^nit-
tcance of Shavuot."
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MRS. JACK GIBSON
Women's Leader
Given Recognition
Mr- Jack Gerson, chairman of
the year "<>k. recently received a
u stimi nial plaque from Temple
Ner Tamid in recognition of her
vork on the 1961-62 edition uf the
journal, according to an announce-
ment by Mrs. Murray A. Shaw,
president of the Sisterhood.
A new member of the Temple.
>;r> Gerson lives ith her hus-
i ..rid (in Normandy Isle. They
have a n Steven.
Friendship Club
Summer Program
The Golden Age Friendship Club
Of the Miami YMHA Branch. 450
SW 16th ave.. announces the begin-
ning of its special summer program
of activities From June through
August, the club will meet every
Thursday evening and on the sec-
end and fourth Sundays of each i
month. I
This Sunday, at 2:30 p.m.. there
will be a special blintz party. Rab-
bi Jonah Caplan will be guest
speaker and discuss. 'The Mean-
ing of Shavuot Today."
During the summer, there will
Pfoneer Women
To Felo Travelers
Pioneer Woncn's Cljb 2 will
hold ':: welcome home
party on Sunday
1 : .1 House, 842
Washington a\ i
Mem i Mi- i on their
return home from Israel are Mr.
and Mrs Abraham Shi i fi Mrs.
-(nber :. and Mrs. Sophie
Tarr. Leaving for a visit to Israel
are Mr. and Mr-. Aaron Liebman
The Golc'i Meir chapter of Pio-
neer Women will hold its installa-
tion meetil on Tuesday evening
al Beth El Installing officer will
be Mrs Milton (ireen. president of
the Greater Miami Council of Pio-
neer Women.
Activities reports will b" given
by Mrs. Isaac Pushkin and Mrs
Marion Meyer Incoming offficers
and chairmen for the year will be
Mrs. I-aac Pushkin, president:
Mrs Jack < oltchman. Mrs Marion
Meyer, and Mrs. Jack Furman.
vice presidents: Mrs Abraham
Seltzer, recording secretary; Mrs.
Sam Sorin Bild and Mrs. Sophie
Zahn. corresponding secretaries:
Mr-. Anna Quaker, financial *eere-
tary; Mrs. Shirley Queen, treas-
urer: Mrs Nathaniel Soreff. parh
amentarian.
Mrs. Louis Victorhaus. dues:
Mrs. Jack Coltchman. member-
ship; Mrs. Sonia Robhins. integra-
tion: Mrs. Jack Furman. child res
cue; Mrs. Oscar Zeltzer. Moetzet
Hapoalot: Mrs. Miriam Halperin.
journal: Mrs Marion Meyer, cul-
tural; Mrs. Sam Sorin Bild. pub-
licity; Mrs. Meyer Kahn. JNF;
Mrs. Rose Marcus, social: Mrs.
David Nerove. sunshine.
Soprano. Rose Rosamond, will
sing Israeli folk songs.
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uates are (left to right) bottom row Roni Bern-
stein, Robert Schulman, Gerald Shapiro, Re-
nee Weintraub. Susan Fox, Victor Shayne,
Ronald Stillerman. Barbara Schneider, Leland
Seidman. Middle row are Danny Beck, Chari
BromI?y. Gsry Solomon, Burt Gam, S
Horowitz, Steven Schwitzman, Scott Friedman,!
Eileen Grossman. Top row are Miss Ellie.l
Howard Bromley, Debbie Pincus, James Wakr-I
burg, Steven Lanster, Re net Se ide r m a :i ,|
Sharon Budnick, David Schwartz.
be boat rides, swim parties, picnics
and interesting trips.
The winter season program end-
ed with a special Israel day pro-
gram. Israeli food was served for
lunch, and the remainder of the af-
ternoon was devoted to Israeli
songs and dances.
All Affiliates
To be Installed
Last late Friday evening serv-
ices this week at Beth Torah Con
I gregation will include the installa-
tion of officers and directors of the
congregation. Men's Club. Sister
hood, religious school PTA and
i nursery-kindergarten PTA.
Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz will eon-
duct the services and install the
! leaders for 1962-63. and an Oneg
Shabbat in their honor will follow
' the ceremony.
Mrs. Ronald Friedel is president
of the religious school PTA. Other
officers are Mrs. Jack Lavin. Mrs.
Nathan Glazier. Mrs. Carl Zwcrner
and Mrs. Adrian Kaufman, vice
presidents: Mrs. Arthur Hirsch-
berg. treasurer; Mrs. Leonard
Goldberg, corresponding secretary:
Mrs. Ben Karp. social secretary;
and Mrs. Paul Lcff, recording sec-1
retary.
Nursery-kindergarten PTA pres-
ident is Mrs. Richard Shacter. Ser-
ving with her are Mr- I.mi Poster, '
Mrs Emantiel Newman and Mrs
Irving Newman, vice presidents:
Mrs. Morns Schonwetter. treas-
urer; and Mrs. Harold Blum-
corresponding secretary.
Congregation officers are Irvine
Seidel. president; Harold Wolk,
George Katzman, Stanley Fried-
man. Newton Greene. Eugene
Schwarzberg and Richard Sneider,
vice presidents; Ira Goodman.
treasurer; Samuel Edelson, finan-
cial secretary. Mrs. Bernard Blau-
hul. recording secretary; and Mrs
Saul Schreiber, corresponding sec-
retary.
Mrs. Irving Furman is Sisterhood
president, and Ben Karp is pres-
It i : th< Men's Club,
MRS. RONALD fRItDtl
Beth Shirah Picnic
First annual Temple Beth Shirah
picnic will be held on Sundae at
Homestead Park, Co-chairmen oi
th< event are Syd Stein. Mrs. Nat-
son and Mrs Miriam
Si mberg Leu Greene, president
oi the Men's Club, will direct the
races and games, and av ard :ii"
prizes
JWV Auxiliary
Cites Mrs. FDR
By Special Resrt
Mrs, Franklin P. Roosevelt wa
honored with member hip in th
Ladies1 Auxiliary, .' e I s h Wa
Veterans eon ceremon; Tuesday in the Wa
doif Ast< r.a hotel n ew Yor
City.
She received the organization-
gold nic n:ri r>hip card and an i
luminateo membership scroll. A
earlier award, a plaque citing he
as the Auxiliary's "Woman of th
Year'" in 1946. hangs in the Roo>
velt library at Hyde Park.
Mr- Henrietta L. Kraditor. chai
man of the luncheon, said Mrs
Roosevelt was cited "for signifi
cant contributions to peace and]
understanding amonj nations Inj
signifying her acceptance, Mrs.
Roosi vi I said she w i 'deeply
apprecii I the tribul
Guests ... the luncheon included
Mrs Roosevelt's son lames, Sen.
and Mrs Jacob K ivits former
Go> 5. II Lehman,
Wayi : rs i: bert F Wag
m r, and Vmbassad ir and M "-.
Michai
At
Mrs. Sidney Left, national president of Pioneer Women, ex-
tends greetings to Ambassador U On Sein, of Burma, at recent
Histadrut Thiid Seder in New York while Ambassador Ger-
shon Collier, of Sierra Leone (center), and Dr. Sol Stein, na-
tional director of Histadrut, look on. Pioneer Women's sister
organization, Moetzet Hapoalot, supplies teachers and leader-
ship at training seminars in Israel for students from 23 Afro-
Asian countries. The seminars are sponsored by UNESCO
and the Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
league Ends Series
Miami Beach Music and Arts,
League will present the final con-
cert of the 1961-62 -eason Saturday,
8.30 p.m., at the Koney Plaza
Program chairman. L"in-
el, said that artists to be fea-
tured include Rose Byrum, so-
prano; John Tone, basso; and Kaj
Sestock, accompanist.
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Beach High Band Cites Scheaf f er
v ihe annual Miami Beach High Ga'l Gour, To! a Levy, and Sherry
il award banquet. John Palmer.
bandmaster, presented e. j Seheaffer was made an
the awards and Mrs Gladys Diti loncrary member of 'he band and
ler, director and sponsoi ol the ,reser.l .1 with a Beach High band
majorcttt mad< Ihe presentations lettei recognition of his ef-
orl i. Ii a; d acci mplish
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r'ovit aiui nc......Mi liia -tit during a visit to the Hadas-
sah-Hebrew Un vereity Medical Center at Kiryat Hadassah
on the western outskirts of Jerusalem. With him are Dr. Jack
i app linted Karpas and Dr. Kolman J. Mann, deputy director-aeneral and
ii,I-, Division. United director-generui, respectively, of the Hadassah Medical Or-
ganization, and Mrs. Jessie Karpas, chairman ol the special
events and ceremonies section of the Hadassah Council in
Israel.
, sfioi on Civil Rights,
eaker al the meeting, and
ie the Kenne Is adminis-
lition
ngs of the discussion group
'.urn' through the summer
Mrs Bernard Mandler, of 7301
,, ter s i Miami, was
: ..-- al a membership planning
I uesday for the purpose of
rlablish nil new chapter of the
Division. > .ith Florida
Kgion of the American Jewiah
.. r< in the So. Miami area.
World Court'
Debate Heid
Ir-'n' :.tlon rf r.ew officers of
\-: for United Nations
i! Greater M'ami '.el,I Mon-
ti) evening at the croup"- annual
: ; ecting.
. ry president is B Bayard Chabad, [sra<
> 1 i II Franklin Williams.
George Wolpert and
Joel Newman, vice presidents;
I : Hynes, reeordint; secre-
tory Mrs. Edward Fox, corres-
ftnding -etretary. Mr- Frank B.
treasurer, board of direc
an Mrs Louis M. Merman, Hy
Jlorn-. and Dr, John R Bethea.
Local Women's Celti5t Conce,$ *H**
Branch Formed
local N'e.-hei Chabad Ladies' orchestra, this week received word
to them
i, i -i' iker
Kal p.' ncipal
The sen i< e a ard trophy was
givi ei Holtzm u VJi x
andi r I Ha k and Stephi n Scheal
fer wen Ihe ou( a i ling -
musicia: troph). and Ro
Gabii presented with the John
Phillip Sousa band award.
Receiving band letters w<
Marilyn Berman Francine Puritz,
Vllai H timan Bev< rlj Bi. .ik
stone Wani i hn. B irrj Gross
kopf, Bi i Kr-
Hai rj Ri binson, Richard
Waller. Neil Beckerman, Mike
Bookman, Richard Melker.
Richard Hoffman. James Bri-
zi ii-. Max Harr, Richard Freid-
man, Steven Gould, Robert Lynne,
Barry Peal, Alex Pollack. Richard
Rubin. Henry Unger, Barry Katzen.
Steve Couf, Ronnie Fenster
Carol Friedman. Steve Diamond.
Mrs. Marie Volpe. manager of Andy Penzell. Harry Renkoff.
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Arnie Staloff. Bill Cassell. Phil
Robbins. and James Axelrod.
Auxiliary has been founded here, of the cancellation of the U S. tour
and a charter meeting held at the next "^Jg*^** fisjoxette letters were_presented
nents a: pr enl (or the past
ii e Band B isters
lub." 1 is is the first time
hat an ird was ven to a ni i -
articipating member of the band.
Orcx.ge juice
Launches Calypso
<;'.:- i.r er" '..- officially
launched-' last week with a bot-
ll. of Fl ir
cc, as it ma e its maiden voy>
a oul o| i's ne < ber b i i Miami
. h. The luxury day liner for-
merly had used Miami- Pier 3 for
daily mailings to the Bahamian is-
land of Bimini.
City officials and business lead-
erf were on hand as the 500-pa-s-
er cruise ship began daily sail*
lings, except Mondays, from the
Chamber of Commerce docks at
5th St. and Alton rd.. cutting an
hour, round-trip from the trip. The
ship will now make the trip to
Bimini in slightly more than three
hours.
Sailing of the ship from its new
berth marks the first time Miami
home of Mrs. Isidore il. Kramer
ran.
to Phyllis Applebaum. Ellen Blu- Beach has had a cruise ship leav-
with the University of Miami Sym- mcnkranU Marion Ehrenberg. Ing on regular sailings from the
Neshei Chabad is the internation-' phony Orchestra on Nov. 11 and 12. B((nnio F|rontine. Phyllis Gilbert, "sort city.
,i women's organization of the Leslie Parnas. the cellist who won ,
Chabad Lubavitch ChassidiC move- a second prize m the widely-pub-
. | l-.cized Tchaikovsky competition in
Moscow last month, will replace
The group will be affiliated withi Khaftan.
tiie local regional office of the
Merkos L'Inyonei Chinucb, and has
undertaken to raisi funds for the
building of a modern swimming ^ > '---------m. /|ii|%
pool in Camp Gan-Israel in Kur KeTiremenT WHIP
The Floridian Retirement Club is
Mrs. Sam Schachi.o is acting now open at 540 West ave.. Miami
chairman, and will lead the group Beach.
in making plans for a membership
Many Features at
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Charter members are Mesdames
Abe Aranoff. I. J. Blumenkrantz. H
Green, S Horowitz. Abraham Korf,
Isidore H. Kramer, S. Rosenbloom,
The club features "something
different in retirement hotels."
Available are fishing from the
club's own wharf. European-Ameri- j
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Wometco Enterprises has an-
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The three -imy building will be
use l to house the Wometco vend-
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The move, according to Wometco
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WOV.AN OF THE WEEK
typical of gentle Frances 'Mrs. Louisi Makovsky is the feeling that
. a privilege to help Born in Warsaw. Poland, she came to
countrj when she was years old. The death of her mother
( sed Frances to spend th< far of her young lite in the Beltaire
te in Cleveland with her 5 mnger brothers. The year she spent
e, and the fact that she lives :n this wonderful New World, has
motivated her whole life She has tried to
give back in service the love and care she re-
ceived here, and to show appreciation of her
countrv Since B"nai B'rith Women were the
leaders in the Belfaire Home, as soon as
Frances grew older, she became one of their
first counselors.
Back in her father's home. Frances acted
as mother to her younger brothers. She left
St. Louis for a while to work in New York, tak-
ing her youngest brother with her. Little broth-
er today is vice president of Fairchild Publica-
tions in New York. In merchandising ever
since she w as fourteen. Frances seemed older
than her seventeen years when she married
LOU, the first son of Rev. Abraham Makovsky.
She came here in 1945. liked it so well that her ,
husband sold out his interests in St Louis, and !
hurried to join her. At i.n,>' >he became im-
francis mersed in "he community,
rvalues has beer, president of Beth David Sisterhood and of the
rew Aca my Women. She has been a part of all on-g ling commun-
activiti including B leu l'niversity National Women's Com-
bined Jewisl \. Israel group of Hadassah, and Jew-
tged. Today, she rks heart and .-oul for the Home. I
ing pn sentl) as progra an, Since 1-19. one of her favorite
ies has been arranging ; irties at the Home for the residents.
Without fanfare, she spends man) hours visiting lonely senior citi-
- in rest homes and hospitals, Then she feels a great source of joy
Miami is so forutnate to have Douglas Gardens and. at the
e time a keen sort : aoxiet) because there is no room for them
ir Home for the Aged.
Frances is an expert in good old fashioned Jewish cooking. She
ps an Orthodox house which has been her way of life for the past
ears She and her husband enjoy good music, good books, and their
atest pleasure is entertaining friends in the sanctuary of their own
te. One big event coming up will be the Bar Mitzvah of their fav-
. c grandson, Richard, only son of their daughter. Mrs. Rose Mane
t. .iik Right now, he's only twelve, so they can enjoy anticipating the
pjr day.
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A ERIDE TO BE IS HONORED
Pink and red flowers matched the decor of the Louis Phillipe room
ir the Fontainebleau hotel Tuesday when Natalie (Mrs. Melvyni
Frumkes honord Judiane Rood, daughter of Col. and Mrs. Nathan Rood,
v : will marry Sydney S. Traum the first of July. Lee (Mrs. Steven)
Carner flew in from Orlande just for the luncheon. She sang Tonight,'*
arc "I Feel Pretty," changing the words to Sydney and Judiane. Among
thi sixty-five guests were the sister of the bride-to-be. Miss Ginger
I d. her mother and her aunt. Mrs. Nicholas Souvonn, and daughter
B nye, Ada (Mrs. Jack) Abbot and daughter Mary. Helene (Mrs. Mur-
Dublin. Phyllis (Mrs. Marvin 1 Cassel. Sue (Mrs. William 1 VSeissel.
.' y Mrs Jordan 1 Bittel,, Natalie (Mrs. Maurice) Cohen. Jackie (Mrs.
Jr.. in i Kott, Dale (Mrs Sandford Sprintz, Donne (Mrs. David) Kennin,
N rma (Mrs. Donald) Rosenberg. Marilyn (Mrs Harm Smith. Miss
Mi rilyn Coleman. and Miss Kayleen New mark.
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A ERIEF CASE IS NOT A BRIEF CASE
Ruthie i Mrs Charles 1 Jaeobson says that the bulging brief case
brother-in-law, Harold Linsky, the decorator, hauls with him when
ht commutes to Chicago is not filled with important drawings as one
Id suppose. On the trip up. it holds mangoes, oranges or limes. On
1. trip back, it is filled with home-made blintees, taygloch. or noodles
bis mother-in-law's kitchen.
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BON VOYAGE
1 '; though Sam Sollow ay is going on the trip to Spain. Portugal,
I- ance and Enpland with his.wife, he wasn't invited to the luncheon
the Algiers hotel That was just for ladies. Gert (Mrs. Louis) Pallot
I the nicest going away luncheon for her sister. Mona. Lots of rela-
lives were then Mona's daughter, Judy (Mrs. Elliot 1 Kivans, flew
II ;rom Orlando with baby Scotty. At the head table were the other
1. listen, Mrs. Joseph Pearlman and Mrs M. Cantor The two
t. ria Pallots were thereone belongs to Norton and one to Ronald.
>ara 1 Mrs. Howard) Katzen and Lenore Klivans are in the family,
t > As a surprise to everyone, the two Glorias and Barbara put on a
skit.
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DCUBLE GOOD NEWS
This la the talk of the Beach at the present, and everyone feels a bit
as if it were their own good news. Dr. and Mrs. Lester A.
Russin are flying to New Orleans to attend the graduation irom Tulane
Medical School of their twin sons. Michael and David. Then, when the
5sins gel back home, they'll have another graduation, that of their
daughter, Judith, from Miami Beach High School.

TWINSIES
It was just like when n re little girls for Dorothy Stone and
her twin sister Doris. (Mrs Nat) Kempner Only this time, there were
n y more candles on their big birthday cake Dorothy's children,
11 is and Edward, surprised "he two birthday girls with a cook-out
iecue party. When they came home after an all-day "we need you
to help at the rummage sale.' :'ie guests were all there to yell surprise
Among those calling the loudest were Ralph and Sophie Whitehouse,
Arthur and Marian Leyton. Ken and Beryl Van Geun. and Mrs. Gladys
V. Geon, Bill and Bee Roberts, and Mrs Ruth Maysan.
Miss Barrocas
Chooses Bianci
Original for Rites
Carol Barrocas. daughter of Mrs.
Ann Barrocas. of Miami Beach, and
Sam Barrocas. of New York, be-
i.ime the bride of Richard Charles
Schulman on Sunday. June 3, in a
ceremony at the Hibiscus Temple,
with Rabbi Morris A. Skop officiat-
ing.
The bridegrooom ;s Hie son of
Mr. and Mrs Harry Schulman. of
241 Ponce de Leon blvd.. Coral
Cables.
The bride wore a Bianci original
of frosty white pure silk de poi,
with a bodice of appliqued alencon
|ce encrusted with seed pearls.
The skirt was fashioned in a demi-
He, with a long shaped train.
Her crown was of matching appli-
qued alencon lace with a bouffant
lace veil
Matron of honor was Mrs. Selma
Ross, and bridesmaids were Mrs.
Abe Kamenoff. Mrs. Jack Kamen-
off. Miss Roxanne Pallot. and Miss
Barbara Hobberman.
Best man was E Albert Pallot.
and the ushers were Abe Kamen-,
Off, Jack Kamenoff. Arthur Kap-
lan, and Richard Goodman. Jun-
ior usher was Larry Kamenoff.
The new Mrs. Schulman is a
graduate of Miami Beach High,
where she was a member of the
National Honor Society, the Na-
tional Forensic League, the Octette 1
MRS. RICHARD SCHULMAN
Club, and a staff member of her
school newspaper.
The groom is a graduate of the
l'niversity of Miami, where he v -
a member of Alpha Bpsilon Rho,
national radio and television frat-
ernity, the Symphony Orchestra,
and the Band of the Hour He is
now vice president of Biscayne
Federal Savings and Loan Assn.
After a honeymoon in Jamaica,
the couple will live in Coral Cables.
Suzanne Teitler
Engagement Told
Mr. and Mrs, Jack Teitler
Grusby, Chaiken
Exchange Vows
The Starlight room of the '
cayne Terrace hotel was the Bite
the wedding of Linda Joyce Chail
en and Martin Philip Grtub)
Sunday. June 3 Rabbi M
Klein performed the early e\
ceremony, which was followed by
a reception and dinner at the hot<\
The bride's gown was full-lengl
wiih lace bodice, scalloped neel
line and three-tiered lace back
She carried white roses.
Maid ot honor was Leslie 7.
itz. and hridemaids were San
i osen, Lynn Sanders D01 >ti
Kamen, Lorraine Galbut and Ji
Zebitz. Flower gii I was '. >n
Buron and Garj Lev.:- was :
i oarer.
Daughter 1 1 Mr. and Mrs Chai
Chaiken, 3080 SW ifi:h st the r
Mrs Grusbj attended the Unive
sity of Florica.
The bridegroom is the son of M
and Mrs .lark Gru by, 1240 -
86th it He attended the Unive
sities of Miami and Florida,
longs to the Drama Guild, and -
.1 custome designer
Serving as best man was Rob
Killer, and ushers included Ricl
I'lil Chaiken. Donald Chaiken. Gler
Carte. Cary Kamen. Alan Cri.
ar.d Harvey Wolfson.
Attending the wedding were
grandparents. Mr and Mrs Charles
e orman and Mrs. Clara Chaiken
After a wedding trip to V
York the newly we Is will live a:
20S Wesl End ave., New York
41S
Bargello ave., I lies, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Suzanne Norma to Sol
I. Charkosky, son of Mr and Mrs
Bernard Charkosky. of Miami.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Coral Cables Senior High, and at-.
tended the university 01 Miami
Her fiance is a graduate of Miami
High and attended the University of
Florida.
Southgate Plans films

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HMS. BARNITT JACOBSKIND
Jacobskinds Will
Live in N. Miami
A high noon ceremony united'
Ronnie Wollen. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs Bernard Wollen. 13105
lxora et.. Keystone Point, and Bar-
nett Jacobskind on Sunday. June
3. at the Deauville hotel. Follow-
ing a reception and luncheon the
couple left for a honeymoon in
Nassau.
A graduate of the L'niversity of
Svracuse. where she majored in'
sociology, the bride was attended
by Mrs Arthur Pearl. For her
wedding, she chose Florentine lace
over white satin and carried or-
chids.
The bridegroom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Max Jacobskind, 1765 SW
16th ter A graduate of the Uni-
versity of Miami school of busi-
ness admnstration, his fraternity is
Tau Epsilon Phi. He is a sales rep-
resentative for the Jefferson Stores.
Serving as his best man was Dr.
Arthur Pearl.
The newlyweds will live in North
Miami.
Southgate Towers Apartments in-'
augurated a weekly program of |
private motion picture showings j
Wednesday night. First picture
was "Carcusel," starring Gordon
McRae and Shirley Jones. With
175 chairs in the Terrace room of
the apartment. Southgate will pre-
sent two showings each Wednes-
day, one at 7:30 p.m.. and the
other at 10 p.m.. for residents only.
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TEMPLE Beth Am held its in
stallation dinner and dance
i night at the ti p <>f the
li |es hotel The triple in-
i< a was for officei of the
i: hood, Brotherhoo i and Tem-
Installation chairman. Mrs
irshaU Feuer, wore a black
-. alpaca with a ruffled insert
: black chantilly lace about half
ij down her full skirl An over-
- .,\ bustle bow i: black peau
>oie was worn Jusl below the
uaist m hack Mrs Murray Dub-
hose a striking white silk
ath with a high cut over-
. effect. The bodice and
-k.rt were scalloped at the bot-,
:n. and her waisl is wrapped
a calusa coral silk chiffon
mmerbund.
\ white silk shantung >hcath
- tin choice oi Mrs Joseph
mon. A self-fabric rolled tie
i was at her waist, ami her
..... lit.- were i I and navy
' Hubert Garnel s in iced
. silk nryanza It tig an
rskin on a -I. I horiion-
.(, Inaertc !*' and white
i was worn b) Mrs Morton
- >>al Her >heath was topped
i !i a bolero-length jacket.
iiutyoir.j; Sisterhood president,
- Joshua Segal, selected a
impagne-colored chantilly lace
ath with the hemline following
contour of the lace. An in
-tent -equined sweater topped
er gown. Mrs. Byron CherKas.
who was installed as new prcsi-
lent, chose a white lace sheath.
\ fitted jacket with a spring
-mquet floral print was worn
luring the cocktail hour, and re-
ived for the dancing later in
evening.
floral print chiffon in tones and
shade- ot blues and green- Her
sheath featured a flounced cape-
lette hack Mrs. Herbert Ilaiim-
card's white silk crepe sheath
was topped with a bloUSOn bodice
of white chiffon embroidered
with silver-lined bugle beads.
Mrs Joseph Molien. who's hus-
band was installed as Brother-
hood president, topped her white
waffle weave nylon skirt with a
lilac pull over sweater she had
made The sequined sweater
worn casually over her shoulders
took months of work for her to
make Black silk crepe was se-
lected bv Mrs Ted Schwarttman
Her sheath featured a bodice
with low V decolletage in both
front and back.
White silk organza in an em-;
in idered eyelette bodice and a
sheer voile skirt was worn by
Mrs. Jack Schenkman. Her
crushed cummerbund was of
gold colored voile. A brilliant
floral print cotton with asymet-
rical drape was the choice of
Mrs. Alan Kessler. Mrs. Howard
Rosen's gown was a mu'.ed .shock-
ing pink chiffon with a draped
bodice and full skirt. Cold silk
brocade was worn by Mrs. Jos- <
eph Reisman. Her fitted bodice
featured a plunging V neckline,]
and her skirt was the bell sil-
houette.

kiiRS. Robert l! Newman, wife
" of the outgoing president, se-'
lected a raw silk ensemble in a
pearl color. Her hip length jack-
et featured a capelette dolman
sleeve. The bodice of her sheath
dress was of tightly draped chif-
fon pulled into a V over the
shoulders, with vertical draped
chiffon inserts in the front The
president ele "s wife. Mrs. Jos- ,
eph Altschullei. wore a red em- j
broidered damask on silk. Her
sheath featured an asymetrically
rut insert at the neckline in the
shape of an inverted V.
|u|RS. Warren Lindau chose a
" black silk shantung sheath
*ith an abbreviated jacket fea-
ing parasol sleeves A black
d white abstract print on pique
i- worn by Mrs Morton Notar-
Her bodice was fitted, and
wraparound skirt had con
Micky Kraus. golf tournament chairman for the affair held
recently for the benefit of X-ray equipment at Mt. Sinai Hos-
pital, presents a trophy to Gov. Wessley Powell, of New
Hampshire, one of the players. Kraus and his committee of
"husbands" organized the tournament to assist members of
lied fullness. A hones colored fae Women's Cancer League of Miami Beach, who purchased
ge chiffon was the choice of the j. ^p^nt for Mt. SinaL_________________^____
Mrs Melvin Levinson. Draped
| from the scooped neckline.
i again from the alencon lace
mmerbund. it was deceptively
nple in line
Mrs. William Sajowitl chose a
Stephen Boyd prevents Dolores Hart from revealing their pres-
ence to the police in a tense moment from 20th Century Fox 9
romantic drama, "Lisa," now showinq at the Carib. Miami.
Miracle and 163rd St. Theatres. "Lisa." a picturization of Jan
Hartog's controversial novel. "The Inspector." tells of the ad-
ventures of a Dutch police inspector who aids a Jewish refu-
gee tormented by her experience in a concentration camp.
Miss Hart, in the title role, portrays a victim of Auschwitz who
attempts to go to Israel. ________
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fastat least if the requests for
speaking demonstrations for its
creator is any indication
Louis Thomas, of Louis and Au
(ust Beauty Salon on the Lincoln
Ri id Mall, i- the creator ot the
"Zero-G" hairstyle named the
hairsetting trend for this year by
the Hair Fashion Council of Amer-
ica earlier in New York Citj Since
his style was selected. Thomas has
1 en floode I with requests to
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styling groups throughout the coun-
try. ,
Thomas has just completed a
scries of talks and demonstrations
on the new style to the Dixie Fair
and Hair Stylists Convention in
Atlanta, a dozen groups in North
and South Carolina, and to groups
in West Palm Beach. Palm Beach,
and several other Florida cities.
The Zero-G embodies two trends
in hairstyling, according to "Mr
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eri lines. Basically, the prize win
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Friday, June 8,
1962
The Courier
Id t^ychwartx
Cries of "A Jewish candidate can'l win county-wide "' >)i"11'
- uta be vMOUy dea* That one two finish of Sophia ErglaiWer and
Sylvia Friedman, for Democratic state committeewoman. foUowing the
one-two order ol Harvey Baker and Stan Goldberg in the commissioner
tnd navigation Democratic primary, should have ended that cliche
mam years to come In fact, just as the leader.- in political poll
taking predicted and later verified in the Kennedy-Nixon election, the
religious issue often works in reverse. There can be no doubt thai
r ,m many Jewish voters casl ballots for a Goldberg, or a Friedman
a Schwartz, for thai matter) merely on the basis of the name.
Roscee Jones, director of the Metro Planning Department, will
- 11 all" when he gives "an explosive report" on the Miami hive.
ition situation June 22 at a meeting of the City of Miami Beaut.
[ication Committee at the Biscayne Terrace hotel Vice Mayor
Henry Balaban whoso keen sense of political public relations timing
\ i displayed again in his protest against a hike in water rates and
Ronald Lipron are among committee members expected to participate
New development fund director for South Florida chapter of Na-
,1 Cystic Fibrosis Research Foundation is Martin Harrison, accord-
, to unit president Jack Barnes. Dr. Robert C. Schw.rtx is medical
advisor to the chapter It's the familiar sand in shoes theme for
Howard Brody, back as Miami Beach manager for Hertz Rent-ACar
after a year's stay as Manhattan manager.

Mrs Edyth Geiger, executive secretary of the South Florida Divis-
ion of 1 ie American Friends of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem,
v. ill speak at Tuesdays Bnai B'rith luncheon at the Lincoln Lane res-
taurant. Shell speak on her six years in Israel, and show a film. The
Highest Commandment."' narrated by Melvyn Douglas.
Marcella Epstein's the energetic publicity chairman for f?st_grow-
irg Yehudah Moshe Congregation in North Miami, where Rabbi Shidon
H Ste.rm.ti holds forth American Council of Judaism s Herbert
Feibelman made the stock "non sequitor" reply to Dr. Irving L.hr-
man's excellent answer to the Councils anti-Israel propaganda in the
Heralds letters column New directors of the Israel Investors Corp-
cration. headed by Lou Boyar and Sam Rothberg, may include Jack S.
Peoick and Maurice Reviti, Miami Beach pacesetters for I.I.C .
Palestine Economic Corporation has elected Martin Abelove, of Ltica.
Jacob L Barowsky, of Holyoke. and Morris Pancoe, of Chicago, to the
I EC >ard. uhich is headed by part-time Miamian Joseph Meyer-
horff. of Dideland fame.
Arthur Levitt, former chairman of the New York Board of Educa_ .
t. n and one-time controller of the State of New York, has been named ,
the Jewish Publication Society's advisory committee =ecrelar>
. Labor Arthur Goldberg has asked the court to restrain Ben Alter
s-d his Alter Sales Company. Inc.. from violating provisions of the
Fair Labor Standards Act Brandeis University's commencement
wal honor Lawrence A. Wien, New York attorney and realtor, but m
I -s ,)t h brother and family aboard the Pans-to-Atlanta Jet has : .
i the occasion. Also slated to be honored is R. Sargent Shriver, ,.-.
the Peace Corps executive who is showing that the Kennedys also
B 0rr-. b >rn leaders.

From the pen of E. Albert Pallot comes news that hospital costs
are st U soaring because of equipment prices. He cites these Wj:
X-ray machine. S16.000; a steam cooker. $1,500 to S2.000: and an
e ectr.c i>ed SI.000 Hows that again. Al? An electric bed at Cedars
O! Lebanon^ Which probably leads to the item that Harold Duniky,
. Urs fund-raising expert, will have a private audience with the
P.pe Behind all arrangements is noted sculptor Michae Pioggi,
v hose gold-illuminated scrolls are on disnjay in the Vatican. The Pope
needs .und-raisir.g counsel?
Dr Albert B Sabin will receive the Mordecai ben David Award at
51,'t annual commencement cxeroes of Ycshiva University June
- al fee Danc.ger Campus in Manhattan. The oral ant.-pol.o vaccine
contributor will receive the award from Or. Leo Jims, P'ojessor of
e-hics at Y U_____Judge Emil N. Baar, chairman of the board of In.
i -non ( American Hebrew Congregations; has called upon church and
.-.na alike t.. speak -t.t on problems of the aging. He laml>a>ied
termed a propaganda war between the government and doc-
rs In this corner's opinion, the American Medical Assn. has ac-
ted m a fe months ... undoing all that the AMA had done for the I
: Se physician or surgeon in the past 30 years. No tonger is
... tor a quasi-saint. but he is another member of the business com-
U, to make a living, and a good one a, that Such is the
,, the (tMA's losing campaign against Medicare, which if thwart-
bj the GOP ... Congress, will give the Democrats their answer to
Billy Sol Estes case in the November election.

- waking about propaganda wars, the running feud between Prime
v Bister David Ben-Gurion and the only other man ever to serve as
ol is.a.l. Moshe Sharett, is confusing and irritating Israelis.
[-well as Americans. In tact, this week's Jerusalem Post reports
a zionisl rganization in Israel. We feel that the name
Zlon ,,, ,, the reason lor the .rouble. On the other hand, the
Ame ewigh Leag for Israel to date has merely been just ....
.'. ,r mization Real heart of the problem is resentment on the
,- 4 [Srae] overnment officials against the independent status ot
. v, as 1, ng as large scale immigrauon continues,
! And so 11 goes.
report 0| the Bureau of Jewish Education turns up some
tics xorth Miami Beach's Beth Torah has replaced
-. school ... Greater Miami, 865 students
603.

ter and two daughters will be featured in a duo piano a too
ter 'earn will play a due. on piano and accordion perfect
}wUlpUj due,- and .here ,, I be much
en Rose M. Robin s students entertahl at annual -indent con
lr 1 Won ,n-s Club on Saturdaj < 7 30 p m with the public
.. ,- Charge Wonder U the Herald Tribunes rejection
,,,,.. ,n have the banned-in-Boston effect? Sam
Gvson'a radio show. 9 to 12 on Sunday and Monday nights, n
e v VBM .udio this weekend Larry King's WAME Stint, aboard
gifjJte Sx plea timent We hope top radio newsman
Brad Sherman stays in Miami.
Dr Zev Kogan. chief counsel for the Jewish National Fund
Council of Greater Miami, examines model of the jet plane
which will take 150 leading Greater Miami Jews to Israel
on Oct 18 In Israel, they will dedicate the qround on which
a new city, Kiryat Me Ami. will be built in honor of Greater
Miami. Of the S5.000.000 the new city will cost. S 1,000.000
has already been pledged. Copt. Leo Gardner, director of
El Al Israel Airlines here, holds the model.
July 4 Fete Planned Here
At a meeting in the Dupqnt Plaza
hotel Monday, representatives ot
the press, radio and television, in
addition to those from banks, the
airlines, city officials from through-
out Dade county, and leading or
uanizations. heard Sheriff Tom
Kelly, chairman of the Dade Coun-
ty Citizens Committee, outline
plans for a gigantic July 4 cele-
bration to be held in the Orange
Bowl.
Plarned "to promote a resurg-
ence of patriotic observance.'- the
program will include fireworks
display, massing of the colors,
military participating, and singing
of the national anthem.
Tickets lor reserved secuons and
general admission may be obtaui
ed at 151 SW 1st st. Proceeds are
earmarked for the Dade county
program of arthritis and rheu
mat:
JNF Project
Set to Begin
I eon .1 Ell, president of the Jew-
ish National Fund of Greater
Miami, this week reported that
1 ,bbi Mayer Abramowitz, JNr
president of the Southeast region,
.,1 Mr, ,nd Mrs Max Hecht, mem-
bers of the JNF executive board.
have sent word from Israel thai
reclamation work will soon begin
on the -INK land on which Miami
twin city, Kiryat Me Ami, willr.se.
The area, adjacent to the Jor-
rianian border, clearlj shows the
\< urs of in gleet and the ravages
, ,,,!,. b) the man) ancient em-
! ires which fou hi to control this
v,tal. strategic gateway to the
Middle Easl and India.'' Ell de-
clared
"Not far from the site is Mt Gil-
boa where, the Bible tells us, King
Saul and .Jonathan fell in the bat-
tle immortal, zed by the famous
eulogy t King David.''
In this strategic area, so vital
to the security of the State of
Israel and the future economic
development and stability of the
young country, the Jewish Na-
tional Fund has been assigned the
task of preparing the land for
Kiryat Me Ami, Ell explained.
The reclamation program calls
for terracing the now barren and
rocky mountains, planting of at
k-ast a million trees, and preparing
the ground for agricultural devel-
opment. Tin- will take approxi
roately three years, providing work
gnd the means of a livelihood for
new immigrants
The settlement, when establish-
ed, will link eternally the City of
Miami in the United states to the
holy soil of Israel."
A delegation of local leaders will
dedicate Miami's twin city this
year, leaving on Oct. 18 via El Al
Jet and returning to Miami on
Nov. 11.
Edith Zipp, Director
Charm School
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Page 9-B
As a gift to subscribers. The Jewish F m\\ present f:ee
fcr the asking a corsage to each i-nher of a Bar or Bas Mi:?.
Requests should be addressed to Corsage tor You," P.O.
2973, Miami 1, Fla., one month m advance. Include the n
cf the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and piace of the ceremcnv,
home address and telephone number. The corsage will re
forwarded to you courtesy of Biacks'cne Flower Shops in time
for the occasion
mm i
Steven Shuman
Joel Bvbin
Allan Maisel
Gordon Fineberg
Dr Irving Lehrman will officiate
. the Bar Mitzvah ol Gordon, son
i Mr and Mrs. [rving II. Fine-
i rg. daring Saturday morning
services, June;. at Temple F.manu-
i .
\ seventh grade -indent at Ida
M. Fisher Junior High, the cele-
rant is a member of the orchestra
. nd the Miami Beach swimming
". His grandparents. Mr. and Mrs.
Morris J. Fineberg, of Buffalo.
N V will attend the ceremony.

Allan MaiMl
Saturday morning services. June
.it Temple Judea will include the
Bar Mitzvah of Allan, son of Mr.
.nd Mrs. Sol Maisel. 6360 SW 56th
si., So Miami. Rabbi Mordecai
let will officiate.
An honor band student at South
Miami Junior High. Allan plays
;ie cornet and excels in science
. nd chemiatr)
His parents will host the Kni
Silverman Gets
Bureau Prize
; Silverman son of Mrs Sal a
verman, 2320 su t.Mh St., and
late Sydnej Silverman, is a
ccnl graduate
; Beth David
inior llmh reli
school
He was award
ii. Jacob and
i le Kap I a'n
ize b> the Bu-
of Jewish
i ation i >> r
i highest mark
the nation-
de Hebrew ex
at ion given students,
Fred i- an active member ol Beth
Pi.vid Congregation and has par
ipated on man) occasions in the
nting tit the service and Torafa
ading.
\n honor student at Shenandoah
ior High, he was a winner in
'he national piano playing audi
ni
le i- the grandson of Mrs. Dor-
othy MiMiel and the late Charles
B Model, and of the late Mr. and
Mrs II Silverman, of Montreal.
(iu.-h following the ceremony.
Joel Rubin
Joel, son of Mr. and Mrs, Sey-
mour Rubin and grandson of Mr.
and Mrs Raymond Rubin, will
celebrate his Bar Mitzvah on Sat-
urda> morning, June 9. at Temple
Kmaiui-Kl Dr. [rving Lehrman
will officiate,
A seventh grade student at Nau-
tilus Junior High, Joel has won j
cupi in golf and i> an expert swim
mer.
He will be honored at a Kiddush
following the ceremony and on
Wednesday evening at a reception
at Westview Country Club.
*
Steven Shuman
Bar Mitzvah of Steven Gerald
Shuman will he observed at Temple
Zamora on Saturday morning, June
y. with Rabbi Herhcl Brooks of-
ficiating
A seventh grade student at South
Miami Junior High, the celebrant,
- in the school band and col.
lects stamps. Ue received an "Ex-
cellent the school science fair
lor his mathematic project.
His parents. LI Col and Mrs
Harold Shuman il S Arm) n I
will host the I >n< Shabbal on Fri-
..> evening, the Kidduth foil
ing the ceremony on Saturda) nd
a reception and dinner on Sui
, at the Seville hotel.
Young Musician
Off to Study
Stephen Scheaffer, son of Mi
and Mr>. E J. Scheaffer, who
i tates this week from Mu
Beach High, has been accei ti
the Manhattan School oi Mush
New York, where he will stud) for
Master's and Doctor's deg
m musii starting this fall.
Studenl conductor of the Mia
I v, hool Band during ti i
i. st year, Stephen reci ived a
... i utstanding senior n is
ictan a) the annual awards banquet.
He was also student conductor oi
the Miami Beach High School or-
chestra, and received an orchestra
award as outstanding senior mus-
ician as well.
The Scheaffer family plan to
lev. tot New York after gradua-
tion to make arrangements for
their son's stay there.
Beach V Tots
Gel Diplomas
-. and girls c impns-
' duating ClaSS received
plomas and took part in
tl annual spring festival and i
n program conducted by the
B II h YMHA Branch Of the
iter M ami Jewish Commun-
nter
Marshall Berkson, presl
. i the PTA of the earl) child
lerelopment pro ram. said
every age group in the nur-
ser) school participated, and she
a. hi i retings to the more than
parents and grandparents who
attended.
There was a formal march of
flu graduates, and the presenta-
tion ot diplomas was made by Rob-
ert ii Grossman, president of the
mi Beach YMHA
Youngsters who graduated from
tli< kindergarten class and receiv-
i.. their diplomas were Corey Rich-
v igei stein, Vincent Gomory,
J. j si- phen Green, Guy "Pepe"
i atter Karen Sui Jacobs. Rohm
K< p< n. Henry Mechulan.
Also Isaac Menda, Michael Kirk
Murphy. Caesar K MuzziOll, Ann
Randall, Martha Bown, David Eric
-i r, mi/,.;me Weinberger
Miami Beach YMHA is a
beneficiary agency of the Greater
mi Jewish Federation and the
ed Fund.
Fourteen youngsters comprising the kindergarten class of the
Miami Beach YMHA took part in qraduation exercises he^d
at the "Y" last week. Shown above is Guy 'Pepe" Heatter.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Basil Heatter, as he receives his diploma
from Robert D. Grossman, piesident cf Miami Beach YMHA.
Beth David Men Elect Seitlin
Rabbi Brooks
Will Officiate
Hershel Brooks will of-
ficati at Shavuot si n ices of Tern-
. m ra
He ver the sermons at
I rida) morning, late Friday
evening, and Saturday morning
Yizkor memorial services
At Beth David Congregation
Men's Club lasl Tuesday, Louis
Seitlin was chosen to serve as pres-
ident.
Seitlin's wife. Annette, was re-
cently elected president of Beth
David Sisterhood, making the hus-
band and-w lie team of Seitlin and
Seitlin a "first" in the history of
Beth David.
Seitlin is a member of one ol
Beth David's pioneer families, and
was himself Bar Mitzvah at Beth
David.
Other officers elected were
first vice president, Michael
Covin; second vice president, Al-
bert J. Beer; treasurer, Irving
Rosen; secretary, Jerry Coborn;
past president, Dr. Morris A.
Kleiman.
Hoard members with one year
remaining in office include Jerry
Vc'cimai.. Sol Dresnick, Meyer Rob-
bins Arthur Rosinck, William
\\ < mer.
Hoard members newly-elected in-
cluded Dave Alterman, Morris At
kins, Leon Bernard, William Ber
.mil Herman Boren. Dr. Daniel
i oogman, Harrj Cypen, Isadore
Dickman, Maurice flyman, Stanley
Jamison, Herman P. Kay, rheodore
Lomaskin, Archie Mendelson, I
Mindlin, living Porter, Oscar Rap
i a port, Henry D Rosengarten, Max
s I ver, Edward Syrop and Norman
Sholk.
\ board ol advisors has been
created for the first time, to in-
. iude past presidents and men who
lav. been active for many y--irs
;, Men's club affairs. The inn ii
board of advisors will consist if
Sam Badanes, Judge Milton Fried-
man. Max Jacobson, Dr. Morris
Kleiman, Sam Ostrowsky, Rol
Purisch ens shaw. Bert Sher, and
i harles '/ Spingarn.
Dobin Appointed
Ad Director
William Brenner, executive di-
rector of the Dora I Hotel and Coan-
try Club, has announced the ap-
pointment of Jerome Dobin to the
newly-created position of direc? r
of advertising and public relate i,
Dobin. in addition to coordlr.at-
the promotional activities -f
the Doral Hotel and Country t ib
in Miami, will direct ail advertis-
ing and publicity activities for the
luxury Di ral Beach Club i
under ci nstruction on Miami Be >
and i d for Deceml < r, I
ing
Prii ioinini Doral, D"
operati d his ov. n advi rti
. m j I oth in New York l it) a I
Miami Beach.
Rabbi Brooks is a graduate of
the Masifta Talmudical Seminary
cf New York, and of the Chaim Collins Names RuW.'fCft
BerKn Rabbinical College. He I
holds degrees in both rabbinical
religious laws and civil laws.
. Idit Rabbi Brooks has a
; e in theolog) from
th< Mi sifta Talmudical Seminar).
as well .- ile nee- from the I'ni-
Miami in psychology,
nd government
Brook- has occupied pul-
pits in Wesl Hollywood, Fla.; La-
firangi Ga ; and Forest Hills.
\ V
Lee Ruwitch, executive vice
president and general manai er ol
\\ rVJ Miami, has been named to
a five-man committee to explore
new areas Ol cooperation between
commercial and educational broad
cast ing Go>. I eRoj i 'ollins, pres
ident of the National Assn, of
Broadcasters, appointed Ruwitch.
11R0NII DOBIN
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All Camp Activities
Half Day and Full Day Program
Sponsored by Temple Menorah
620-75 St., M.B. UN 6-2156
Dental Society
Officers Listed
The Doral Hotel and Country"
Club will be the site of the installa-
tion dinner of the Miami Dental So-
ciety on Saturday night.
New officers are Dr. L. L. Lund,
piesident; Dr. Frank Kenvvard,
president-elect; Dr Richard Starr.
vice president; and Dr. A. E.
Akers, secretary.
Bradley Home Gets Funds
Rotary Club of West Miami held
a chanty ball at Westbrooke Own-
trj Club last Tuesday Proceeds
from the dance, which the Rotary-
plans to make an annual event,
will po to repair Bradley Home for
Children. Eugene Kern was in
charge oi reservations.
The Modern Camp with the Traditional Ideals
CAMP GAN ISRAEL
Sponsored by the
Florida Regional Office of the
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Trips to Places of Interest
Special Hebrew Program
fa Swimming Instruction
Arts and Crafts
-' Singing and Dancing 7V Hot lunches
All Outdoor Sports Experienced Counsellors
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>Jewlsi>ncr*f&*r
Friday. June 8. 1962
Sanroma Will Open UM Summer Series
With Two Gershwin Works Sunday
Miami Beach's 12th annual Uni-
versity of Miami Summer Sym-
phony Orchestra Pops" concert
teason will open Sunday evening
at the air-conditioned Miami Beach
Auditorium, with conductor Fabien
Sevitzky and pianist Jesus Maria
:-anroma featured in a porgram
highlighting works of George
Gershwin.
Returning for his eighth record-
t.-.king 'Pops" appearance. San-
jima will perform Gershwin's
Concerto in F for Piano and Or-
chestra and the always-popular
y in Blue
Sevitiky, the University of
Miami Symphony Orchestra's per-
;nent conductor durir.j the
.sinter series, has scheduled a
pl-Ogrem of popular works in the
ghter musical vein, geared to
suit the tastes of all music lov-
ers. Opening the program is
Jacques Offenbach's "Orpheus
Overture," followed by the Jean
Sibelius "Finlandia," the Johann
j Strauss waltz "Tales of the Vien-
' na Woods," end Felix Mendals-
sohn's Wedding March from
"Midsummer Night's Dream."
I Other orchestral compositions in-
clude two intermezzos from "Cav-
! alleria Rusticana" and "L'Amico
Fritz." by Pietro Mascagni. and
two Hungarian Dances. Nos. 5 and
6. by Johannes Brahm<
Sanroma's many activities in
Puerto Rico, his native land, keep
him busy the year round. He was
one of the principal founders with
P.>blo Casals of the Casals Music
Festival, scheduled this year at
San Juan from June 8 to 20. In ad-
dition, Sanroma is director of the
piano department at the Puerto
Rico Conservatory of Music and is
a teacher of music appreciation at
the University of Puerto Rico.
The renowned pianist has ap-
peared with the most famous sym-
phony orchestras and conductors of
the world, including the late Serge
Koussevitzky. with whom Sanroma
performed more than any other
artist with the Boston Symphony;
Charles Munch and the Boston
Symphony; Eugene Ormandy and
; the Philadelphia Orchestra; and
Leopold Stokowski. with whom
Sanroma premiered a piano con-
certo written by Maurice Ravel.
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Habif Opens
Novelty Store
Isaac Habif has opened his El
Patio Store at 239 NE 1st ave.,
Miami.
The store stocks a variety of
gift items, including houseware.
perfumes, jewelry, bags, electrical
appliances, china, and watches.
Habif is known to many Miam-
ians. who visited his El Patio Stores
in Havana. Cuba.
Habif came to Cuba in 1928. and
was established in the novelty bus-
iness there until 1960. when he fled
the Castro regime. Until his de-
parture, he operated six stores in
Havana's leading hotels.
Habif is a member of the
i Grand Lodge of Cuban Masons in
Exile, and of the Mahi Shrine of [
Miami President of the Sephar-
I die Jewish Center of Cuba, be is
1 now organizing a B'nai B'nth lodge
i here for Spanish-speaking men.
Hospital Reelects
Robinson Prexy
Leo Robinson has been reelected
president of the National Children's
Cardiac Hospital.
In pledging his renewed efforts
in behalf of the free, non-sectarian
institution, Robinson emphasized
that this year, which will mark
completion of the hospitals new
facilities in the Metropolitan Med-
ical Center, "calls for utmost co-,
operation on the part of the public,
the members of the various wom-
en's chapters, and the officers and
members of the board of governors
if Children's Cardiac Hospital is
to meet the nationwide demands
being made on it for both treat-1
mtnt and research of rheumatic!
fever and congenital heart dis-
eases among children."
Chosen to serve as officers, in |
addition to Robinson, were Richard !
I. Berenson, chairman of the \
board; George Coury, senior vice-!
president; R. William Apte. Jos-
eph A. Garfield. Lou Poller, Lee!
Ratner. and Nat Waldman. vice
presidents; Louis Pokress. honor-1
ary vice president.
Robert Rubinstein, secretary;
Mortimer Feldman. assistant sec-,
retary; Maurice C. Cohn. treasur '
er; Dave Emmer. assistant treas '
lirer; Philip HoutZ, executive vice
president
ON EATERIES AND HOSTELRIES: Catering to Miamians who
prefer Spending the summer in Florida, the Bieakwater hotel, at P4<
ocean dr.. has arranged Inducements such as free beach chairs, urn
brellas and parking, in addition to special rates for local residents. All
rooms have outside exposure and air-conditioning and a large yen
facing the ocean Is 8 popular gathering spot for hotel guests. Planned
entertainment is also featured.
Newest Beach dinerv Ls Monsignor's in the Venetian Isle mot.1
It's under the fine cuisme hand of Jorge Milhet. Jorge, together will
partners Ruth and Manny Fair, and Lawrence Hoffman (a former Mi
ami Beach municipal judge-so be careful' havt leased the entire n,
tel property. Although very much open now. a formal debut for tn<
smart and delightful Monsignor's Is set for this coming Sunday.
Art Bruns, fresh hack from Tokyo, v. II present a new slant
Oriental food this Fall via a Sukiyaki room.
May was somewhat less than a .great business month *''V.
but Tony (Fish Market) Sweet said he was pleasantly surprised with
the action. Tony says he knows June will be good because of a
dozen large parties he has booked.
First annual banquet of the newly organized chapter of Phi Iota i i
fraternity at Dade Junior College will take plan June 9 at Tonys, ac-
cording to chapter president William Sherwood.
Greater Miami Manufacturer's Assn. invites the public to see twe
new "space age" films June 20 at the Miami Springs Villas Playhouse.
The movies "Mastery of Space.'' covering John Glenn's orbital flight,
and -Friendship Seven.'' will be shown at 8 p.m.. following the associ-
ation's regular monthly dinner meeting, according to executive director
Eloise Perry.___________________,
Surgeon to Speak
Dr. Harold Spear, local cardiac
surgeon, and Dr. Francisco Her-
i.andez. clncal director of the Na-
tional Children's Cardiac Hospital
in Miami, will discuss "The Fu-
ture of Cardiac Surgery in Chil-
dren'' on ch. 10 next Tuesday at
8:15 a.m. Dr. H. Coleman Kramer,
of the law education committee
of the Heart Assn. of Greater
Miami, will moderate the program,
which is sponsored by the Dade
Countv Medical Assn.
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Music Scheduled
For Service
rhe annual i mfirmation cere-
:.\ to be held Pridaj evening ;tt
ipie Beth Am will Feature an
iginal service prepared by Ihi
nfirmands and Rabbi Herbert
imgard
Special music including "Crea-
bj .'. ill) Richter, will in
bj Cantor Charles Kodner
ihe Temple choir under the di-
m ol Mrs. Selma Baum
'III,,,, to bt ored in< lude Ri h
son oi Di" and Mrs Berna
Susan, daughter of Mr an I
r- Barnej Bernstein; Robin, son
Mr and Mrs. Salvatore Bosch;
in. son "i Mr. and Mrs, Abner
, r; Judith, daughter of Mr and
Ben Clein; Bobbi, daughtei ol
and Mrs Harry Delson; Bar-
:, son of Mr, and Mrs Jack Dia
ofld; Diane, daughter ol Mr. and
\!r> Manuel Flashman; Neil, 'n
. \|i and Mrs. Manuel Flashman;
Neil, son of Mr and Mrs Marvin
Florman; Lawrence, son of Mr and
Mrs Morns GUckman; Dore,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Lewis
dman; Burton, son of Mr. and
Vlrs Milton Green; Phillip, son of
\lr and Mrs Herman lsis; Carol,
aughter Of Mr. and Mrs. Milton
rotkin; Lora, daughter of Mr
d Mrs Al Lewis
Ronald, son of Mr and Mrs Al-
i.n'bi niian; Gail, daughter of
": and Mrs David I.inn. Jo Anne.
ighti r of Mr and Mrs Arthur
i r; Cynthia, daughter of Mr.
Mrs Richard Perwin; Leslie.
ter "| Mr and Mr- Alex
, iken; Richard, son of Mr. and
- Edward Roth; Jeffrey, son
Mr and Mrs. Merman Rubin;
eri, daughter of Mr an i Mrs
.nee Hudnik; Penny, daughter
Mr and Mrs Milton Russinof.
lerry, daughter of Mr and Mrs
>eph Sandweiss; Susan, daughter
: Mr and Mrs Hen Sarbe> ; Rich
. rd. son of Mr and Mrs. Joshua
Si _ai; Judith, daughter Of Dr and
"-- Bernhard Spiegel; William.
- I id Mrs. Bernardine Tucker;
..met. daughter of Mr. and Mrs
crome Weitzman; Jack, son of
Mr. and Mrs William Weitzman;
. nd Ronni, daughter of Mr. and
.Irs. Benwtrd Weksler.
on Saturday evening, the fourth.
annual confirmation ball will be
'eld in the Temple auditorium.
Jerry Sussman, of Miami Beach, receives conaratulations of
Rabbi Allen Rutchik, foMowinq Susrman's election as pres-
ident of the Southeast region of the United Synaqoque of
America. Rabbi Rutchik is director of the organization, which
numbers some 10.0C0 families in 40 conqreqations through-
out Florida, Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina, and Tennes-
see. Sussman served this year as chairman of the regional
Youth Commission, in which position he was succeeded by
Seymour Mann, of Temple Sinni, of Hollywood.
Roth Reelected
To Commission
Burnett Roth, oi Miami B
has been reelei ted as a national
commissioner ol the Anti-Defan
lion League of B'nal B'rith at the
Irii nnial convention of the B'nai
B'rith in Washington, D.C.
ROth. regional chairman" of ttii
Florida Anti-Defamation League ol
B'nai B'rith. is a veteran in ADL,
having been a founder of the ADL
L'l years ago, in Florida,
A former vice mayor of Miami
Beach, he is also a former presi-
dent of the United Palsy Assn. of
Greater Miami, and serves as pres-
ident of the South Florida Zionist
Council.
LEGAL NOTICE
JOT CE UNr
F r-riTIO'.'S NAME L ,v
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LEGAL NOTICE
Hebrew Teachers
Elect Officers
Hebrew Teachers Assn. of Grtat-
r Miami held its annual election
eting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Zvi Feinstein. 8850 Byron
ave.
The following officers and hoard
members were elected: President.
: inns Gadon; honorary president,
Mrs Ruth Wagner: vice presidents,
Mrs. Batyab Stadlan and Zvi Ros-
rnkranz; treasurer, Mr- Fay Fein-
stein; secretary, Mrs Yaffa Der-
i r
Board of directors are Shlomo
lerchakov, Mrs Miriam Gercha
kov, George Goldberg, Dr, Joseph
J llur\Mi/ Martin Leibowitz, Rab-
David Rosenfeld, and Joshua /.
stadlan,
Rug Co. Exec,
J. William Baros,
Felled by Heart
J William Barn.- of 150 SW 4t'.i
ner of the Miami Rtif ( o
died June l' ol .1 hcarl al k at
the age ol I 7
Baros 1 ami here 38 years 1
\ v Y01 an w as a pasi
presidi 1 f th< Miami I
ehai' Assi and past commander
h Vt ar Veti 11
He vv as member of Temi I I
rael, B'nai i. rith Masonic I
ih< S< otti h Riti 1 'onsistory. Mahi
Shrine Temple. Ihe Amen..
pion an i hi Elks Lod e
Owner of business property
which included the Roberts note!
and the Miami Rug bid.-}., at ICO
S. Miami ava,, Baros was amona
the first to use "flat plate" con-
struction for store buildings In
downtown Miami.
The system eliminates treading,
the upper stones of a building be-
ing cantilevered out over the side-
walk without supporting columns.
Two years ago. the American Car-
pet Institute in Chicago cited his
company as a top winner among
22.000 stores.
Mr. Baros is survived by his
wife. Ruth K.; two sons. Evans E.
and J. William, jr.. all of Miami:
a sister and six grandchildren
Services were June 4 in Gordon
Funeral Home.
Ceramics Classes Planned
Mrs. Morris A Skop, wife of
Rabbi skip, will teach art, ceram-
ics, mosaic tiling, and sculpturng
in her home at 3511 Riviera dr on
Monday nights for Temple Beth
Shiran members and friends.
Now teaching art in the public
schools 1! Dade County, Mr-. Skop
has won many awards for her
v. ork
NOTICE UNDER
FICITOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is in:i:i:i:\ CIVKN thai
th- uii'i. 1 Ism 1 'i-- ring to engagi
in business in, I, III.. fictitious name
II ,y I: l.i 1I.N1 !K ;ii MHO \\ 1 -'
1 ... S| : ..- .-!. I xald
name .1I1 lh< Clerk ol 1 he 'In ill
1 'n iri of 1 '-Hi' 1 'ount). FI01 Ida
WILLIAM M Dl'NN, IK
Sole 1 iwn. r
kksm.i :i: ,\ liARS
Viiorm fin Applli .mi
.; s..:
She's Host to Officers
Mrs Milton Levinsohn, recently
: stj president of the Wom-
en's Division Chamber of Com-
n < sin [side, Bal Harbour and
Baj Harbor Islands, was host to
the officers who will serve with
her in 1962-63, at a brunch last
Fnda; at her home.
Closing Exercises Sunday
Children who have been attend-
li mple Kmanu-EI's daily reli
pious and Sunday icnoui will gath-
er at 10 a in. this Sunday morning
participate in the closing exer
1 for the academic year.
Wiens Await
Atlanta Service
Mr and Mr- Leonard Wien, 11
Miami Beach, were preparing Wed
nesday lo go to Atlanta, Ga fo
en 1. es for mcml i rs of his fam
ily who it'll in Ihe crash o| :
airliner in Pans. France, Insl wei k
Killed wire Mr Wcin's hrothe
and sister in-lav Mr ..,,.. ... S
my Wien, and mghter, ,1 1 '
Thej had a< 1 or pi tie 111* .....n-
inenl Atlantans on .tu .1
:,rt 'our of Europe
inta's leading citizens in the
arts society, and industry perishe<
in history's worst airline disaster
,\ Wien was a member ol
board ol directors nl the Al
i.iiia Arl Assn Among those sui
Center Installs
New Officers
Joint Installation "f new officers
for the Southwest Jewish Center
and Sisterhood will be held Sunday
night, June 17 Rabbi Maurice
Klein is spiritual leader of the
Congregation.
Milton Miller, attorney, will serve
as president of the congregation
tor 1962-63. Serving with him will
hi Al Blen and Jerome Simms.
vice presidents; Mrs. Eleanor Blen.
recording secretary; Mrs. Rose
I.ieb. corresponding secretary;
David SiCgel and Nathan Lurie,
president and vice president, re
spectively, of the Men's Club.
New Sisterhood president is Mrs
Nathan Lurie, soprano, of the
Philadelphia Philharmonic Society.
rh irector and soloist of
p. I ish Center. Mrs.
Hem ..1 V'ddman will serve as
1..... : lent.
iving him, in addition to Leonard,
are Lawrence Wien, ol New York.
and Mortimer Wien, oi Boston All
are prominenl community leaders.
Leonard Wien. among his many
affiliations here, is vice president
I Mi Sinai Hospital and chair-
man oi its Founders Club, an or-
ganization cam posed of men and
men w ho h.c e contributed tSO
in 10 or more to the hospital.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 569
ERNEST P \ UAV VLDA,
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I-. : m.i.hi'
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Y< iu, 1 lava Ida, ttddn -- n i,'l ri
..... W Kidlau 11. Ro.y.il Ink
. 1, requil ed In fill ynui
' ilnl nli ill.
- ind hitvp a
III .11 1 ihen, \'
II Ciintiri Idlng,
M ..hi 32, Hoi Ida, mi n Jul>
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N THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 56058-A
IN RE Estate .,1
SARA SM IIAl:
I lei-en 'l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors .m.i All Persona Hav-
ing claim- m Demands Against Said
Km ate:
Y..11 ar.- hereb) notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and de-
mands whi-h you ma) have against
(he estate ..1 SARA sach.vr de-
ceased late "f Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges .f Dade County,
and file ill- sain.- in their offices In
th- County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, niihin six calendar months
from ihi- date "f the first publication
hereof, or the same will i.- barred.
CLARA HAI.MOS, Administratrix
ROBERT II. TRAIIRIU
' Attotne)
I13."i dul'onl Bulldins
Miami 12, Florida
1 8 15-21-28
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HKHEBY lilVKN thai
indersiftned, desiring lo engag>e In
mi.1,1 ih. fictitious names il
IMR.VTB SPA, PIRATK SPA MA-
RINE SERVICE, PIRATE SPA RES
TAI'RANT at RTiM Southwest 248th
Street, Princeton, Florida Intends
-ai-l iiam. .- it ri Mi. I, 1 ,- ol
hi n mi 1 ,.111-1 ..1 1 lade 'ountj.
I- Ol I.la
HERBERT 1: IK UtERTS, .lit.
iwni
.1 DAVID LIEBM VN
Ail.a ne) f..i Herbi ri 1: Robi 1 1
1. 1st Avi M Ian 1 la
B. 8-13 22 .'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nl iTH'l IBHY lil\ EN I .i
nd. 1 111
Itolil FEI.11 I Ml
Sort hi ..-.-
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IK HIERT XI Ci iRN : ELD I p.
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VRIIER
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COLNTV.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No 56121 C
IN RE Estati ol
Fill I I AMES .Ml<
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
r.i VII ( mil All Persons H
Ing 1 'lain s m 1 riiali'l- \... n Id
Ksial.
You an hi r< by nntlfl. .1 a nd
inn. .1 10 pi s.-in any cla n and d< -
iiiaii-i- which \"u ma) havi against
Hi.- estati of FRED I VMES Ul H'K
.....I late of D ..I- 1 '.,iiiit> FI01 Ida,
lo Hi. I '. :i.r\ Judg. s ol I 'ail, 1 "i
fill ill. same In 1 hi Ir :'
in tit. Count) C01 rl 1'" I-- In 1 .' :
County, Florida, within six calendar
ihi date ..f 1 : -1
hereol ihi -. ill
I11 i...i i. .1
1 1; 111 \ .;i.hk
Admlnlsl 1 utrlx
AINSLEK 1. I I '.III-:
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M
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is hereby i;iv k.\ thai
id. undersigned, desiring t<- t*ngag< In
luisln. -- uni iel" the flclll
PATIENT CEN ill: al 1121 SW
Street, Miami Intends i" register said
Main. With 111- I'
1' .1 I I '.....' I 1 Ida
1 I.. iRII 'A I'lM Sli IANS SI I II N
INC a I ..1 Corp
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\. .Til "K IS lll'l: i:\ IIIVEN thai
Ihe wii.l. s.un. .1. desiring in engage In
buslm .-- 101.1. 1 ih. rictltloiis a.1 nil
KERN \ III I .11 iYi'K 1 THE Ctl III"
KINtSI al ; 1 1 1.in, ..in Road, Suite
203, Miami III a, li. I- :.....la ml, n.l- 1(1
said name with i he 'lerk "I
thi i 'ii. till Court "i l "ade 'ounl).
II.....la
Bl :i:.\ \ 1:1 ,li iVi'E
Soli i :

NOTICE LNDLR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N..... i: IS II Ell Bill IIIVEN "
. -,, ngage In
i
VI. ARTS CLINIC
le, M ami. i ,
nn *> 1111 i hi -
lit Court I

I iR SEYMl .1 K .1 tiARI
i u ii. i
I 'II I'AII. s HI, \s.-\l VN
' loldms i. Soldstelt A I 'a. / r
Attorney* for Registrants
u I I or l. i ,
Miami .>, rtorl
. -
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 'HE
ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRC L 'T. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No S2C 5233
' la II. El'l iENE HI >K.,

BECK1 It" IBS
|i,-f.-t
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
V iu RECKY '" HI 'i:>'. 129 Maple
Street, Tlpton Indiana, an heri by
. i thai .. Bill of i "omplalnt for
Dreorce ha- been ted al I insl you,
; quired i" servi a .-.ipy
ur Answi in the Bill of "om-
ai ihi Plaintiff's Attoi m |.
DeJcb) Q Smith, |l)l n vv 1st Ave-
nue, Miami. Florida and fill th.- oi
Vnswer in the office .'i th.- Clerk
of ih* Circuit Court .-ii .a before the
18th .lay of June, l>61 If you fall
to il...... Judgment by default will be
tak.-n against you for th.- i.-li.-f de-
man.l.-.l in the Bill of Complain)
DUNE VN!' ORDERED hi Miami.
I' da, ihis llth day of May, 1H62.
K R LBATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(seal) By: HELEN KESSLER
Deputy Clerk
8-25, n 1-8
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
No. 534J0-A
IN RE: Estati "f
ELIZABETH BORSi >DT,
Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
.Ni.'iii'i: i- hereb) liven That l have
iil..i nn Final Report and Petition
for Distribution and Final Discharge
.,- Executor of th. .state ,f Ellzab.-th
Hot soily, deceased and that on th.-
."' It da' J uni 1962 %% 111 apply t.*
ii, Horn abli nt> Judges of 1 >aoe
nty, Florida f"i approval of said
i- in.,: Ri ort i nd f"i llsi l Ion tnd
I na. a- Km-. i:t..r .,t ih.-
estati if ih. above-named decedent.
This Jitli ,la\ of Ma). 1962
VLAD1ER i: PACZ1ER
i ioldmun, Uoldsti In .y c. sli i
\\ -t Flagli Slteel
Miami Fl.....la
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nl .'I'll I'. It- HEREB) i :i\ EN that
ih.- undersigned desiring i" engage In
1,11-lti,--- ua.l. i ,. fictitious Main. ..f
Vltl.K STFEI. al 5110 North West
lith \ nil. Mh n i l- li i i'i.. intends
., i naini *ith t he 'lerk
Ihe C I ol Dad. County,
Florida
M iRM VN li: l.i. Soli i iwnei
.. I .,- / i
Ai torn. i a Regisl .. I
Street
Ml. ir
6/1-8-19 21
NOT ICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY IIIVEN that
dig tied deslt .,,. in
Hi l ; flcHtiouii nalll.- ..f
HARVEY'S al : Ci lllns Avi nne,
M i.ii Bi a. 'i Flot ii., ai, ml.. i,> reti-
na nn will the Clerk ..i the
I "ourl "i i '..-i. i 'ount). Plot -
Ida
ICT6 COLLINS v\ EN1 I-'. INC .
Florida cm ;> n
r S)dm i' sldent
BEN.I VMIN I SHI I MAN
Vttorne) fot I67( C Avenui In.
-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HERI \i\ UI\ EN that
Ihe nn.I. i .Ik m d, di nil Ini I.....[ age In
liualness ondei th< nami -r
\1 VRl IL VZE IN I 'i 'STRIES al I '
i ',.niit\ .1 to reglati r
said iiam. win, ihi Clerk of th,- Cir-
cuit i '..nit ,.! I ladi i 'ount) Plot Ida.
M ZI'PPARIHl
VRTH1 It UWY.V'N
s,.i, < iw n. rs
LEONARD K1MB M.i.
Vttorm ) foi Vpplli i
Ml N E 12 Hi si No Mian
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Friday, June 8. 196:
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1200 FREE
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CHUCK
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90 to 100 LB. AVERAGE
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30 to 35 POUND AVERAGE
PLUS 100 MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
BREAST
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89
lb.
WHOLE .... 10 to 12 LB. AVERAGE
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RACK OF
LAMB
79
c
5 to 6 LB.
AVERAGE
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lb.
CHUCK OF
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15 to 20 LB.
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53
GENUINE GRADE "A" WHOLE LIVER -
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Steer Liver 49c
10 LB. AVERAGE *
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V2 LB. AVERAGE
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1
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