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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JIWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volurrt 35 Number 24
Miami. Florida, Friday, June 15. 1962
Two Sections Price 20*

Montreal Radio
Station Fires
Staff Announcer
71 EAL (JTA) A Mon-
, announcer fired by sta-
lion < K M for allegedly insulting
II directed at Jews in
n with :i program dealing
iih tr execution of Adolf Eich-
. d here he was filling a
. .i.OOO for "unjustified dis-
, tad character defamation."
Th< -ouncement was made on
brhiiif Herbert Manning by his
ittonu > who said that the an-
Bounc: condemnation of capital
punishment was in the public in-
leresl The attorney said that the
ditmissci announcer had "prev
i0usl\ odemned the persecution
ol th< Jews in Soviet Russia and
the rise of Nazism in Canada."
Ii w..- also announced that the
dismiss would be investigated by
the board of governors of Radio
Broa >.:ing in Ottawa. Manning
was ousted by Geoff Stirling, pres-
ident i i the radio station, for al-
leged in* ilts to Jewish participants
on hi- "open Mind" program when
.i heatee discussion developed on
the Kazi'i execution.
In announcing the ouster, nSe
president of the radio station at*-
d: "How would any Canadian
react t the extermination of
third of the Canadian population,
to the massacre of all man, worn-
in and childran of Montreal, To-
Continued an Page 9-A
0BIH0DOX Tiff
Kidnap Trials
Go to Court
Police Guard Rome Jews
To Prevent New Clashes
SIDNeY IffCOIMT
.,. civic leader
ROME i JTA I Strong police
in.its guarded this week all ap
proaches to the midtown district
pf the former Jewish ghetto in
Rome as an aftermath to two days
of violent clashes between neo-Fas-
cists and Jews in which two Jews
and seven Rightists were wounded.
Four Jews were arrested in the
first clashes and one was still un-
der arrest. None of the members
of the Movimento Sociale Italiano
KM PKESIDtWT Will SHAK
Lefcourt Named to Take
Helm of Jewish Federation
lERl'SALEM (JTA) Two
trials began here this week in the
i abdi ction of Josselle shumach-
Bi. th< 10-year-old boy who was
taken !r< m his parents by Orthodox
Jews whe feared the boy would not
receive a sufficiently Orthodox
\ three-judge district curt
hi ided by President Binyamin
evi i gan a hearing of charges
Rabbi Binyamin Mendel
. ihree other members "i
ii i' lv.,.< Agudat Israel collective
i Kommemiut, where police
eved the buy had been kepi
fin :. tin
The rabbi pleaded net guilty to
two charges of hiding a youth
named Yisroel Vinnik in a case
vosselle. The three other de-
'endants pleaded not guilty to
f ve charges of complicity in
Yosselle's abduction.
Sidney Lefcourt. Greater Miami
civic leader, has been selected by
the nominating committee of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
for election as president at Fed-
eration's annual dinner Saturday
night in the Dupont Plaza hotel.
The announcement came from
Sam C Levenson, chairman of the
nominating committee. Serving
with Levenson are Sidney Ansin.
David Catsman, Judge Irving Cy-
pen, Leo F.isenstein. Mrs. Aaron
Part. David Fleeman. Marshall
Harris. Jay Kislak. Ben Meyers
and Fred K. Shochet.
Lefcourt, currently a vice pres-
ident of Federation, is a partner
in the accounting firm of Weber,
Thompson and Lefcourt. His
Combined Jewish Appeal activi-
ties have included serving on the
budget committee, as cash com-
mittee chairman, co-chairman of
the accountants group, and chair-
man of the rating committee.
The nominating committee rec-
ommended Samuel N Fnedland
for election as honorary president.
Suggested as vice presidents were
Judge Irving Cypen, Leon Kaplan.
Joseph Lipton. Mrs. Stanley C.
Myers, and Harold Thurman.
Nominated for treasurer was
Ernest Janis; for associate treas-
Continued on Page 6-A
were arrested. The disorders erupt
d when Rightist campaigners in
Rome's hard-fought election cam-
paign came into the Jewish area.
Jewish community leaders said
thai the neo-FasciSt propaganda in
the ghetto section was clearly
piovocatory.
Witnesses said the Rightists
shouted anti-Semitic slogans and
that a shot was fired from one) of
the campaign cars which came
into the Jewish saction. Angry
Jews attacked and rnaofed the
campaigners.
Another file of rightwing elec-
tion cars was driven past the main]
synagogue and occupants showered
stones on the building. The wound-
ii.g of the two Jews occurred in a
clash at that time. Police planned
special protection for the syna-
gogue until after the municipal
elections.
Dr. Elio Toa'f. Chief Rabbi of
Rome, issued the following state-
ment in the name of the Rome
Jewish community.
"After all that Jews, and espec-
ially Rome's Jews, suffered from
Continued on Page 5-A
COULD BE WORSE
Senate Adopts
Aid Proviso to
Mutual Security
Bar Arab Bias
WASHINGTON(JTA)The Senate, workig late into the night,
adopted'this week an amendment to the 1962 Fore.gn Assistance act
which would require the Secretary of State to report annually to Con-
gress on steps being taken to counter Arab discrimination against
American Jews________________________
The amendment, sponsored by
>Scn Jacob Javits, New York Re- munications and non-discrimin-
Ipublican, calls on the Secretary of ation" of the existing foreign aid
State to report regularly "on pro- legislation. The Senate-approved
mess under the freedom of com- amendment was a substitute for
cne which Sen. Javits himself of
fered earlier in the week, which
contained the same request for
State Department progress re-
ports. The earlier version included
additional language, the effect of
which would have been to ask the
l'roide:.I to cut off United States
aid to nations practicing such dis-
crimination.
Sen. Javits, in behind-the-
scen?s maneuvering, reoortedly
became convinced that the
stronger language would have
Continued on Page 10-A
Adlai Calls
Jewish Criticism
A 'Bitter Pill'
CHICAGO (JTA) Adlai E.
Stevenson, head of the American
delegation to the United Nations,
said this week he considers as a
bitter pill" the "extensive crit-
icism by the American Jewish com
munity" of the action of U.S. dele-
gation in supporting at the UN
Security Council the resolution cen-
srine Israel last April for her re-
taliatory attack on Syrian gun
positions.
In a letter to Rabbi Jacob J.
Weinstein, spiritual leader of the
K.A.M. Temple here. Ambassador
Stevenson wrote: "The judgethe
Armistice Commissionwould not
fix who was principally responsible
for provocation, in large measure
because Israel has refused access
to the Commission in these regions
Hence, there could be no "equal
condemnation' of Syria."
Mr. Stevenson went on to say
that the Security Council could do
nothing else under the circum-
stances. He expressed surprise
that the resolution was as temper
Continued on Page 3-A
Washington Order Ends
Israel Cotton Import Here
IERUSA1 EM-UTAi-The export of Israel cotton yarn to the
United states which reached some 250 tons during the last year, has
been stopped b> an order of the U S. Government as an indirect resuli
,f the attempt to slow down the Influx ol rheap cotton goods to the
United state- from the Far East, it was learned here
The
ADIAI SltVtNSON
. Israel't to blome
in Washington, a delegation of
\meri< i tgudai Israel leaders
railed on Israel Ambassador Avra-
I' mi Herman to protest the arraign-
ment and trial ol Rabbi Mendel-
iin The Ambassador reportedly
lld the delegation he WOUld eon
thei \ iews to the Israel Gov
I'limenl in Jerusalem
shntue I Tamir, attorney f(|r the
Kommemiut defendants, raised s
?cries of technical objections, in-
cluding a demand for separate
trials since the charges against the
Continued on Page 9-A
t nited states has announ
,-,.,l it will freeze import of cotton
nods at the 1960-61 level. Since
Israel did nol export an> cotton to
'the United state- in that period,
the effect is to give no quota to
Israel at all. thereby cutting the
export Of Israeli cotton yarn to the
t nited state.- to ero Shipments
of Israeli cotton yarn to the l' s.
constituted about 50 percent of the
entire > arn experts
$36,240,000 T01D AT CASH CONFERENCE
UJA Reports Record Half- Year Tally
The United States order is a
severe blow to Israel's cotton
spinning industry, which was al-
ready reeling, alor/i with other
industries in the country, as a
result of the devaluation of the
Co .flowed on Pge H*
NEW YORK (JTA) The sum
ni $36,240,000 has been collected thus
t.,i by the United Jewish Appeal
against 1962 campaign pledges, it
was reported here by Joseph Mey
cihott. UJA general chairman He
spoke at a one clay UJA national
cash meeting In the Savoy Hilton,
which was attended bj 150 top Jew-
ish community leaders from a'
part- of the country
The sum is almost 10 percent
higher than the total collected last
year at this time and is one ol the
highest mid-year cash totals achiev-
ed bj the UJA in the past decade.
Mr Meyerhoff called the near-rec-
ord sum "a meat midway victory
in the effort to keep our overseas
ram going in the face of the
enormous pressure of rising Jew-
ii ii immigratii n abroad Israel l)
link, of Minneapolis, served as na-
tional chairman of the cash drive.
First-hand reports on Israel's
current massive immigration and
its attendant absorption problems
were made by Ambassador Mich-
ae' Comay, permanent represen-
tative of Israel to the United Na-
tions, and Dr. Isadore Lubin,
conultant or. programs in Israel
for the Jewish Agency for Israel,
a UJA beneficiary agency, which
Continued on Page S-A


Page 2-A
*. lenisfi nvridfisr
Friday. June 15, 1962
fridc
400 Take Part
In GMJCC Camp
Some MO boys ind girls iil he-
ihe summer >!:i> camp season
this conn- g \l i". ay at thr -e ca-
tuns in Dade count) ider the
sponsorship I Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center
The program, which provides a
camping experieni toOTr" tflr
children who cannot or who are not
yet ready to go awaj to overnight
mps, "ill be conducted for eight
weeks, five days -i week. Monday
through Friday, from 9 a m I i i
p m.. on the ." Is if the various
Center branches
The program is offered this year
at the Miami 1 SW 16th
<.< e Miami B
Bay rd an I North C >' n eh,
NK 6th
; Irei i 4' -
: 12 may ?d >r '
i ir ir eks The activit)
- hed ii ir.clu les swimming in-
iction. aihlet rts 3 ratts,
imat cs 5ing.ni
and nature I re Re I Cr< ss
t d waterfi .....-
re in chart h the s
ming pool
crafts specialif ss;j
each camp.
Campers bring a :
end receive milk u '' m
snack. Transp >rl ti
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JFCS Elects Mrs. Goldstein New President
OR. DAVIO ItHHMAN
Dcv.d Lahrmcm
Gets MD Degree
Am mg an I women
gradual m the medic il school
cf the I'nh ersity f Miami on Tues-
day v a- Davi I Leh : n in of Dr.
:. ing L hrman.
Dr. I is spiritual leader
ji Temple Emanu-EI
The -. Dr in 5 a grad
il Miami Beach High School
rsity and will
..... < Hill H -pital in
N York.
the former San-
V ii < and they
i : Mich i 'i Bruce.
Mrs Burton Goldstein was Tues-
day elected president ol Jewish
Family and Children's Service
Mrs. Goldstein succeeds Miami
attorney, Harold Tannen, who held
in office for two successive terms
Tannen was elected JFCS honor-
ary president.
Election meeting was held at the
home ol Mrs. Eugene Katz, 1524
Cecelia, Coral Gables, who assum-
ed the agency's office of treasurer.!
Others voted into office were
Mrs. Meyers to be Speaker
Mrs Anna Brenner Meyers, not
ed woman attorney and member
,i the Dade County Hoard ol Tub-
he Instruction, will be guest speak-
er at an "award presentation
night" sponsored by Shoshana
chapter of B'nai K'nth Women on
ruesday, June 26 sue ol the pres-
entation to the "Outstanding Teen
Vge Citizen" will be Beth Torah
i mgregation
Mrs David Kirsh, reelected to a Service la an affiliate aiv
second term as vice president; the Greater Miami Jewish Federa
Dr. Melvin Becker, a former lion and United Hind of 111
president of JFCS, vice president; Count)
and James Mack, reelected secre- __________________________
tary.
The meeting also served as a re-
ception for board members, staff,
and officers.
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Friday. June 15, 1962
* knist n Page 3-A
Abraham Trosky, contributing to the endowment ci the
Ark at Temple Ner Tamid. is shown with Rabbi Eugene
vita and Munay A. Shaw president of the congregation.
i iamilies who have thus far made contributions include
cf Mrs. Fannie Sklar and Col. William J. Harris.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR
Reader Welcomes Feature
On Cuban Jews in Miami
EC TOR, The Jewish Floridian:
oi j;.: i si tfiarai's
li .' :-h coli ny b< -;> Bks tin
enci less Bibli-
i..... \: : if th> I n ther
and his mi i I
e, then thou shi ll uphold
- ,i strangi i an I as a set-
ill hi livi I-' '
:
no It ss, with i> n-
, rosity now
These ha]
me to u> with n
i the dlS]
;.. ..- K Yisi ai n
i
SHALOM StLBERMAN
Miami Beach
See Improvement
In Test Program
Results ol th< ai i ro-
B ureau of Jewish Edu-
cation wood have heen announced by
.'"-< ph Cohei president of the
Bureau.
The Bureau's annual proaram
consisted of a total of 4.889 tets
in 21 Jewish schools covering the
area- of history prayers, Humash,
vocabulary, customs, basic Juda-
i.-in and history
The results of Ih? tabulated
marks show "gratifying pro-
gress" in the subject of Hebrew,
prayers, Humash and customs,
with particular proiress in the
aria of history. A drop in
achievement in Hebrew in the
first year appears to demand
serious evaluation.
A di f a few pi ints in basic
Judaism "> the pos-
sible need oi further emphasis in
schools in the general
area of Jewish \;;;
The testin am also reveals
i "gratifying gradation in marks
from grade to grade, showing
steadv advance in the varying
levels.*' < 'ohen declared
Objectives of the annual testinc
program are to Lather sufficient
cases to establish city-wide norms
achievement in the subjects
. sted establish instru-
cts of obje< live approximat<
ement for the
Jewish schoi I ii Bureau : n -
ned.
The ti ram also makes
it j --.: le to c impare the i on
munity norms in each subject with
he pi (Sii $ s i ars as
icment or lack I
progress Thi ti si also serves I
ti -' he advanci ment of the school
in curriculum and classroom offi-
cieni y, and I e insight
>ii "v approaches to
improvement of education lure.
PARKINSONS REHABILITATION
THRIFT SHOP
Thrift Shop of the National Parkinson Foundation, Women s
Division, will be pieviewed June 16 at its quarters at 1719 NVv
10th ave., Miami. Left is Leon Gottlieb, a member of the
Foundation, who designed the shop. Right is Mrs. Jeanne
Levey, president cf the national organization. The shop will
be open for busness or. June 21.________________
Adlai Swallows
A 'Better Pill*
Continued from P-ge 1A
. as it wi hen 1 i ticiz-
nmunil the I

Secret
I
ler. I
estioris
TENSE NERVOUS
HEADACHES ,
call for
STRONGER Yet SAFER
ANACIN
Won't Upset The Stomach
Ar.acir.S not only fives stronger,'
fater relief from pnin cf headacru
Ot ii also taftr. Went upset th
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aee. Arisen is like a docU-r's pre-
terit :.on. That is. Ar.acin contain!
not just one I ut a combination of
medically proven, active ingredients.
B ntinc research has proved i
, [ive inch strong yet
lUch safe relief us Anacin Tablcts-
. great commentator di s<
abovi pa: sage as thi gn at
pie of "tl love thy
5 they-ell I furthi r
ed that it n st he a real
Israelite lift
I have heard so many of our
genuinely real Jews express the
' r.e deserving spirit of the
rcubled Cuban-Jewish group
among us. I join in wanting and
'rymg to show them welcome and
gemilat chesed w;thout delay.
With my next monthly allowance
i shall be pleased to make a
contribution to their cause.
I is reminded of the prosper
it (.inn- to us perhaps as a
for the help given the
- trom Germany and Easl
i irope two dci.idi s ago it
.: indeed an obligation tor us to
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Friday. June 13 1962
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Volume 35 Number 24
Friday, June 15. 1962
13 Si van 5722
Federation's Annual
Meeting Saturday
The Greater Miami Jewish
Federation holds its annual meet-
ing here Saturday evening. Nom-
inated to succeed A. J. Harris as
president is longtime civic arid
Jewish community leader Sidney
Lefcourt.
In addition to electing officers,
the meeting will also introduce to
South Floridians Dr. Henry King
Stanford, new president of the
University of Miami, who takes
over his duties on July 1.
That the annual Federation af-
!air should serve so important a
unction is a tribute to the concept
Df Federation as the central com-
nunity-planning and fund-raising
Drganization of Greater Miami
ewry.
Among those in the highest
;chelons of Federation leadership
are men prominently identified
with the University of Miami in
the capacity of trustee and Cit-
ixens Board membership. The two
institutions are thus uniquely tied
in a spiritual relationship dedi-
cated to human betterment.
It is this relationship which will be high-
lighted at the Federation annual meeting Sat-
urday not alone with the appearance of Dr.
Stanford, but principally through an expression
of the ideals for which Federation stands.
Year-end reports will be given on the pro-
gress of the humanitarian endeavor in which
the Greater Miami Jewish Federation is con-
tinually engaged. While these reports may be
expected to dwell in part on Federation's ef-
forts in behalf of the community here through
philanthropic support of its local Jewish af-
filiates, they will also suggest the overwhelm-
ing need for funds abroad.
United Hias Award
These funds, apart from the gigantic tasks
to which they are applied in Israel, also go a
long way toward facilitating the vast immigra-
tion programs of Jews throughout the world
from places of oppression to new homes in
other lands homes promising them better
ways of life.
It is fitting that immigration needs should
be a highlight of the annual meeting this week-
end, for Federation will be a recipient at the
meeting of a United Hias Award. Coming here
to make the presentation is James Rice, re-
gional executive director of United Hias in New
York, the historic organization devoted to world-
wide Jewish immigration except in Israel.
The award will cite Federation and
Greater Miami Jewry for their efforts in be-
half of Jewish refugees, who have arrived here
in large numbers since the emergence of the
Castro Communist regime in Cuba.
Thus, a mere 90 miles from South Florida's
shores is a cogent if painful example of the
ongoing migration needs of Jewish commun-
ities throughout the world. And Greater Mi-
ami symbolizes a segment of Jewry's united
philanthropic effort to meet these needs.
Those taking part in the annual meeting
Saturday evening will, in the presentation of
the Hias Award and in the introduction of Dr.
Stanford, have the unique opportunity to ob-
serve Federation's role as a part of the total
South Florida scene and as a spokesman for
th highest principles of humanitarian en-
ceavcr.
Catt me not off in the time of old age (Psalms 11.9)
Amendment Says Nothing
The amendment to the Mutual Security
Aid Bill is as old as all the lipservice Congress
has paid to the challenge to the integrity of
Jews as full-fledged citizens of the United States
of America.
There has been much outrage expressed
on Capitol Hill over precisely this issue out-
rage going as far back as the early days of
the first Eisenhower Administration. The plot
is the same; there have only been some signifi-
cant changes in the cast of characters.
It would be duplicative to the point of
editorial waste to examine anew the nature of
the challenge. American Jews are by now
largely aware that the ongoing Israel-Arab
"cold war" has been extended beyond the bor-
ders of the Middle East to incorporate a vast
anti-Semitic organization on an international
scale dedicated to boycott, blacklist, and the
general humiliation of non-Israeli Jews.
Visas to Arab countries, military service
at Dhahran these are merely two immediate
examples of the restrictions imposed on Amer-
ican citizens of Jewish faith. And they are re-
strictions, which by the refusal to do more than
nominally contest them, the U.S. has now come
tacitly to accept.
The amendment to the Mutual Security
Aid Bill seeks to demand from the State
Department an annual report on what our gov-
ernment has done in the preceding year to
alleviate these challenges to the total integrity
of American Jewry. It passed with a bare
minimum in the Senate. An earlier version,
demanding cutbacks on foreign aid to coun-
tries engaging in such discriminatory practices,
would have had no chance whatever.
Why shouldn't Congress pass the reword-
ed bill? Everyone who voted "aye" looks
good to constituents back home. Besides, it
does nothing. It commits the U.S. to nothing.
It tells the Arabs that we think it is "Go" for
them to humiliate Americans of Jewish faith.
No one, incidentally, knows this better than
Sen. Jacob Javits (Rep.-N.Y.), sponsor of the
amendment.
What we ponder is not the nature of the
amendment but the purpose of its sponsor.
Where was Sen. Javits during the darkest days
of the Dulles-Eisenhower era? Can today's
Democratic Administration make the differ-
ence in his vigorous interest?
Historic View of the Economic
Life of Jews in Middle Ages
Leo MincMin continues on vacation this *nk.
By DR. ERNEST PHILLIP
THE ECONOMIC life of me-
dieval Jewry was overshad-
owed and cramped by endless
restrictions and disabilities,
Heavy taxes were Imposed upon
them, th from the guilds nor were the} al
lowed to own land. By strict
laws and customs they w, i. \
eluded from many professions,
There were exceptions, of
cour.se Man) Jews, who were
engaged in a flourishing export-
import trade, acquired large
fortunes. When the art of print-
ing was invented, the Jews
soon learned and mastered the
new craft. They established
printing presses in Hebrew and
in other languages catapulting
its owners to fame and fortune.
Jews also were among the pio-
neers m the tobacco Industry
Jews at Court
The Court .leu- win special
favorites hi the rulers and as
such won exemptions from the
usual disabilities, The) fli ur
isbed m the 17th and lHtli cen-
turies, especially in Germany
and Austria. They were per
mitted to own houses, to carry
on any trade, they were exempt
from "Jew taxes" and from
wearing the yellow badge.
A wealthy Jew. Jacob Bassevi,
was one of the financiers of the
Thirty Years War and the first
Jew to be raised to nobility He
was awarded the title "Von
Treunberg."
At the court of the Hapsburuhs.
another Jew, Simon Werthcimer.
served as banker during the
many years of fighting waged
against France, Turkey and
Spain.
As financial advisers of the
rulers, the Court Jews and their
families were granted many pri
vileces and were not hampered
by the numerous cruel restric-
tions imposed on other Jews.
When, in 1670. the Jews were
expelled from Vienna under the
rule of bigoted Maria Theresa
(1640-1680). the Great Elector
picked from the refugees the
most wealthy ones invited them
to settle in his capital, which
had been "Judenrein" for more
than 100 years.
Samutl Oppnhimer
Samuel Oppcnheimer's glory
and miserable ending is a typi-
cal example of the fate of a
Court Jew. A few years after the
Jews had been expelled from Vi-
enna on the ground that they
were harmful to Christianity, the
emperor invited Oppenheinit r to
settle in the Austrian capital. At
that time. Austria was engaged
in many costly wars against Tur-
key. A highly efficient Oppen-
heimer provided all the supplies
for the army. His followers huilt
up a new Jewish Community
which soon flourished, for Sam-
uel Oppenheimer was the scion
of a prominent Jewish family.
Leading churchmen, however,
angered by his success, stirred
hatred and envy up against him.
Their attempts, however, were in
vain, for the emperor knew onlv
too well that he would not find
any Gentile willing to lend mil-
lions to him and take such great
risks.
In 1701. a riot was staged
near Oppcnheimer's palatial
mansion, which was set alire.
Was it a mere accident that all
Oppcnheimer's records stating
the immense debt of the emperor
were destroyed? A few davs lat
er. the churchmen acting for the
emperor, called upon Oppen-
heimer asking him to produce
his records showing the sums he
had lent to the Austrian emper-
or. As this could not be done,
the emperor's records :
that Oppenheimer was not
overpaid" but owed bin -
sums. All the service!
heimer had rendered \
gotton. He was thrown
and his family left penr
Joseph Srfrs Oppenhe. r a
distant relative ot Sam
penheimer shared a simil
a generation later.
Quixotic Jew Sues;
He was born in He
in 1606, the son of I
Suesskind Oppenheimer
and player in a wai
troupe. After his father
death, the boy lived with
i
.
in un-
cle. Joseph showed little inclina-
tion for study, but had a m .
leaning for business. He .ibt.uned
employment in large h
commercial houses in Frai
on-the Main. Amsterdam
and Vienna, gaining a deep in-
sight into the life of nobility.
In 1732. he became acqua
with Prince Carl AJexa
Wuerttenberg and two
later, he was appointed chief
court and war factor, thanks
his wide business knov
cleverness. Later he wa- madl
imperial general and governor Servia. Gaining favor of the
prince and his wife. Oppenheim
er also became the keeper of the
prince's privy purse.
When the prince became the
Duke of Wuerttenberg. he was
surrounded by many opponents.
He appointed Oppenheimer his
confidential adviser, who-.' spe-
cial duty was to assist him in
regulating the finances >f the
household.
Threatening Danger
Oppenheimer undertook con-
trol of the mint guaranteeuu the
duke a large increased revenue.
Oppenheimer's clever manage
ment yielded unexpected profits
and the prince's confidence in
him increased. Through a mon-
opoly of the printing of playing
cards introduced in 1735. the
Duke received a large sum an-
nually. But Oppenheimer s num-
erous opponents started to com-
plain to the duke. Oppenhein.er
offered his resignation, but the
duke refused it. He was always
in need of money, however it
was Oppenheimer who was ac-
cused of being the direct cause
of the numerous high taxes.
On February' 12. 1737. the
duke openly declared that "the
Privy Council of Finance. Jo
seph Oppenheimer. was a faith
ful servant of the prince and of
the state and was intent in every
way upon the welfare of both.
for which he deserved the thanks
of all."
Oppenheimer. recognizing the
threatening danger, balanced his
accounts, submitted them to the
duke who declared them correct
prepared to leave the country
The duke invited him to spend
the last night with him. Unfor-
tunately, the duke died during
the night and Oppenheimer had
to accompany the messenger to
Stuttgart to notify the duchess.
The same night, all the Jews
in Stuttgart, including Oppen-
heimer. were arrested. After .>
futile attempt to flee. Oppei.
heimer was tried and con-
demned to be hanged. A pastor
tried to convert him to Chris-
tianity admonishing him to re-
pent Oppenheimer however de-
clared: "I will die as a Jew '
am suffering violence and injus-
tice."
On February 4. 1738, he was
hanged. His last words were the
"Shema Yisroel" while a
crowd cheered and lau
Modern historians call his
death, a judicial murder.
Lion Feuchtwanger, in hi
cinating novel. Tower" de-
scribes the historical background
of the time and the dramai
of Jew Sucss.
Some years after his death '
nephew of his. Samuel Wertl
nier. became the wealthier
banker in AustriaHungary


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JEWISH' NATIONALISM A GAME7
There Should be a Law
Against Zionism A CJ
By Special Report
CHICAGO American Jews wno
e "Jewish
il ip pla; ing a '"par-
nism and to de-
. .. th n .> a
_vi ar-o] declaration ol
I political
This
hy Rabbi Elmer Bei I N'ev
: v r -in laism,
as hi a recenl -
y, 18th an-
. iralce.
Rabbi Berqer, an anti-Zionist,
co-iter.dcd that those who call
themselves ncn-Ziorist "have
wai owed the basic principle of
Zionism" without attending "a
Zionist melting or reading a
piece of Zionist literature."
often, he continued, non-Zionists
downgrade Zionist "aggressions,"
because they are too uncomfort-
able to face them.
George Lincoln Rockwell left
Miarr.; quietly late last week
c.:tei :ereiving an even quiet-
er reception from what he
hoped would be prospective
members for his American
Nazi Party. Rockwell had
arrived here to "investigate"
the case of the Dade County
Slate Attorney's office against
three Miamians implicated
in dynamite charges.
Police Guard
Continued from 1-A
..nd Fascism, any provo
i.uld inevitably result in
a violent reaction. The events
proved : again and it is only due
i i tin tact of the police force an>l
it* (.:., tncy and the moderating
aition : Jewish community OlflC-
i. thai no worse incidents oc-
i : he Je of Home want
> I. be left in peace and to deil
themselves to their occupa-
t ns The best waj to achieve this
i- to avoid vexing contacts."
The area of the clashes is a low-
c class district which was
compulsory dwelling place
: Rome's Jews About a third ot
.2,000 Jews live in the old
i :to
He said that -they look upon
[omething an Israeli Prime Minis-
ter says or does as if it were part
if ;i parlor game, words or phrases
that just come together, by chance.
whimsy or caprice, as in a game
>f 'Scrabble'
The Council leader cited a law
enacted by the Israel Knesset in
IM2, called "The World Zionist Or-
ganization-Jewish Agency for Pal-
estine (Status) Law." According
to the rabbi, this put into effect a
declaratory policy statement by
the Israel Prime Minister earlier
in the year It delegated to the
World Zionist Organiation the re-
sponsib.hty "to force the Jewish
people into one." It charged the
Zionist Organization to "promote -
immigration into Israel.
What the law really says. Rabbi
Berger continued, "is that the
recognized government of Israel
,ii,il the Zionist Organization are
one Sovereignty. Their separate
functions are definitely legislated.
The normal government can repre-
sent only the formal state. But
the state is sovereign for the Jew-
ish people' and so a department of
the government, made such by a
legal agreement, handles the prob-
lems of the state for 'by far the
greater part of the Jewish people
(which) is still divided among the
nations/ to quote the Prime Min-
ister.
This means that when Ameri-
can Zionists exert influence in your
synagogue, your charities, in the
American press, in "non-Zionist1
organisations, they are fulfilling
the administrative policy of the
i Zionist-Israel executive branch,
through the authority to do so
ranted them in this enactment of
The Knesset The Prime Minister
..... rds, the state "hai
ii part of
J IV
!hroughoul the l1 -< ''
The Courcil leader called upon
the United Stales Government to
prevent what he termed "incur
i ;ns Into our life by a foieign
so^ere^nty," arising out cf pub-
lished Zionist claims ard actions
cf the executive, legis'ative end
jucficial branches of the Israeli
gcve-nment. The latest state-
ment cf "historic, improper
claims," said the rabbi, was in
the Eichmann Case Judgment, in
which the State of Israel desig-
nated itself "the sovereign state
of the Jewish people."
The council officials described
the history of Zionism from its
toun ing in 1897 b> Theodor Herzl,
through the Balfour Declaration in
1917. and up to the present, to
-how that the aims of Zion.sm had
always been the creation of a status
for "the Jewish people." recogniz-1
ed in international law as a "na-
tional and ethnical entity." This,
the speaker said, has always been
more fundamental to Zion.sm than
"the national home," or the State
of Israel
Outgoing president Jerry Lindenbaum (leit presents gavel cf
office to newly-elected president Lee Howlcrd, of the Bay Har-
bor-Surfside Optimist Club. Presentation was made at the
club's sixth annual installation affair at Westview Country
Club. Howard, councilman of Surfside and former vice mayor
was also presented with a gift in recognition of his service to
the club during the past year under Lindenbaum's administra-
tion.
Camp to Close Registration Here
Rabbi Berger cited repeated ac-
tions of Israeli authorities contend-
ing that "the Jewish people is an
internationally recognized political
ar.d Ethnical entity" with tne State
of Israel as the self-proclaimed
"sovereign State Of the Jewish
people." The "Jewish people"
conceptregarding all Jews as one
nctionRabbi Berger observed, is
the key to an understanding of the
[srael-Zionist mechanism. It built
the phrasethrough the "derelic-
tion of the great powers of the
world and through the romantic
pragmatism of the so-called non
Zionists"into a state now recog-
nized by the nations of the world.
including the United States, said
the rabbi.
Temple Emanu-El's summer day
camp will close registration books
on Friday, June 15. it was an-
nounced this week.
"With the large number of par-
ents who have already registered
their children," said Milton Fein-
stein. the camp's director, "it will
be very difficult for us to accom-
modate any boys and girls whose
names have not been submitted to
us by next Friday."
Temple Emanv-EI day camp
caters to boys and girls from 4
through 12, and is under the per-
sonal supervision of Dr. Irving
Lehrman, spiritual leader of the
congregation.
Four-year-olds in the half-day
nursery group will be under the
direction of Mrs. Jeanette Gold-
berg, of the Temple Emanu-El nur-
-cry school.
Among other senior counselors
for the full-day progmra \- Jerry
Katz. former All-American swim-
mer; Ha viva Zour. arts and crafts.
Martin Liebowitz. Judaic program-
ming; and Sonia Glasser. genera',
activities.
Junior counselors are Marcia
Cohen, Rhoda Deutschman, Leon
Firtel. Judi Kross. Efrem Lieher
and Larry Schwartz. Jeff Lana-
wehr will be office assistant.
Summer day camp tuition In-
cludes transportation and all sup-
plies. For the first time, this year
a prepared lunch program is avail-
able for those parents who wish
to take advantage of it.
Mrs. Biderman to Speak
United Nations Study Group oi
Miami Beach will meet on Tues-
day. 8 p.m.. at the Washington Fed-
eral bldg.. 1244 Washington ave
Speaker will be Mrs. Dorothy Bid-
e.nian Mrs. Anna Weiss is chair-
man.
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North Dade Social
North Dade chapter. B'nai Brith
Women will have a membership
social Tuesday evening at the home
of Mrs Arthur Horwitz. 1141 NE
175th st No Miami Beach. Mrs
Robert Brown is in charge of the
affair.
GOLFERS
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rou can hove new Crips iiufo/fed-
Clubs reshoffed or reweighfed-
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he fatheredthe
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percent lex free intereit. The un-
linked bond will pay etghl -i_.d a
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He said that (110,000.000
JM.OOOXrOO, derived from the
tale of the new securities would
be incorporated in the budget.
The remainder I 140,000,000
'144,000,000) would be deposited
in the Bank of Israel, and thus
withdrawn from circulation.
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Lower Delinquency Rate Among
Jews Not 'Unmixed Blessing'
NEW YORK JTA Then is lioni -ing young-
les < Inqui Jewish < ts frequently ex-
youngsters thai ng other ethnic pressed ii paternal passivity and
l roui but tl unmixed ms.tf.Ti overpi i Iveni has
bl< ssing. Dr. ast. a pc ed feelii if ai
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il.i VVorkmi n's Circle, nal ? rt-
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: Tokyo Chamber of Commerce dinner in
:he Japanese Tea House at the New Japan
. are (left to right) Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Lipton, president of Dade Federal Savings and
Assn.; Mr. and Mrs. Sam Danels. who
red greetings on behalf of the Hialeah-
.1 Springs Chamber of Commerce, and
invited the Japanese group to visit Miami
Beach; and Tadashi Adachi, president of the
Japan Chamber of Commerce, who served as
host to the group recently traveling with the
Miami Springs Villas Caravan. Herb Rau.
columnist for the Miami News, presented c
key to the City of Miami to Adachi.
Aid Urged for All-Day Schools
Dr Ch "
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college education a professional
career and s'atus in the commun-
ity; and 2. The influence of
Jewish culture, tradition and val-
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As a result, says Dr. Chwast,
Jewish teenagers tend to "intern
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a neurotic rather than an anti-social
nature "
Dr Chwast .' i reports that in
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- resolution urging Jewish com-
support for all-day Jewish
Is was adopted by 200 leaders
ewish education here at an
! convention of the National
il for Jewish Education.
1 conference was one of the
ing events held in connection
the start of the 64th annual
ting of the National Conference
Swish Communal Services. St-
led by 2.000 communal and
es and Canada
Action 00 the resolution follow-
d discussion of a survey which
rdicated there were 151 all-dey
school* in 35 states in the United
States and 19 in Canada, with a
ctal enrollment of same 50,000
rupils, or about 10 percent of the
rumber of children enrolled in
r i Jewish schools. Most of them
*ttendd week-day afternoon or
Sunday schools.
The rapid development in day
doIs was attributed to a number
: reasons, including the relatively
-iivy influx of Orthodox immi-
. ants and a desire by a growing
; er Of people to Hive their
dren a Jewish as well as a sec
ar education. "The staggering
- in the cost of education, the
r.eed for new construction, remod-
g and repair, and the inability
y parents to pay the full tui-
i > are sources of daily anx
>:> fer day school leadership," the
rl stated. "The by-products of
i financial predicament of day
schools are very often severe."
pointing to the difficulties encount-
ered in retaining teachers and in
attracting new ones.
"Probably the most crucial prob-1
lem created by the lack of funds
is that of adequate space and prop-
er facilities." the report continued.
adding that a survey made six
years ago found that a minimal re-
modeling program in the New York
City schools would require at least
$:2.5OO.0Ot> "This figure probably
would come to more than $20,000.-
noti today." the report said. "The
burden of financing day schools.
clearly beyond the capacity of the
individual schools to bear, can be
solved only by increased support
from central communal agencies '
About 2.500 Cuban Jewish refu-
gees were registered by United
Hias representatives in Miami in
the 10 months ending May. 1062,
and seven to 15 Jews continue to
come from Cuba to Miami weekly,
another session of the National
Conference of Jewish Communal
Services was Infonnod here.
Of the total, according to the
speaker, -Dr. Michael Goodman.
executive director of the Jewish
Vocational Service of Miami, some
1.200 of the Cuban Jewish families
have been resettled through the ef-
forts of Hias in various parts of
the United States.
As soon as it had become ap-
parent that there would be n
influx of Jewish refugees from
Cuba, Goodman reported, joint
planning had been undertaken
by a number of leading Jewish
agencies in Miami, including the
Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation, Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center, the Jewish
Family and Children's Service,
Jewish Vocational Service, Mt.
Sinai Hospital and representa-
tives of Hias.
"The I'nited Hias representa
three." he said. were the key
people in dealing with the Cuban
Jews He pointed out that the
Jewish refugees from Cuba leave
that country not because of anti-
Semitism, but because of the gen
oral situation there.
Dr. Goodman's report was part
Of a general discussion dealing |
with social and vocational adjust
ment problems of newly-arrived I
refugees, held under the chair-I
manship of Ann S. Petluck. direc-
tor of VS. operations for the Uni-
ted I lias Service Other discus
sants at that session were Herman
Murov. executive director of the
Jewish Occupational Council. New
York: Ann Kabinowitz. chief su
pervisor of the vocational services
department of the New York Assn.
for New Americans: and Simon
Hoffman, executive director of the
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director Alexander At
Instructor at Beth Torah
school, serve* : nth .
CSub to Merit
Father's Day
More than 100 members of
\ Judaea groups of Beth Tor-
ah attended the congregations
services recently i>' obse t \
the 14th anniversary of the State
of Israel. Rabbi Max A. L!|>>chitz
officiated
Miss Sandra Levy, a group lead-1
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religiou s scho I, p k e on |
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9 Club were installed at en annual br.n-
quet last week c.t the Algiers hotel. Standing
left to right are Louis Weissman. correspond-
ing secretary; Harry Turkel, recording secre-
lary; Murray Fidlon. vice president and treas-
urer; Sol Roth, vice president; Walter B. Lebo-
witz, president; and Judge Henry Balaban, in-
stalling officer. Next regular meeting of the
organization will be June 21 at the Cardozo
hotel.
$36,240,000 for Mid- Year UJA
Continued from Page 1-A
"elps resettle Israel's immi-
grants. Executive vice chairman
Herbert A. Friedman told the
gathering how increased Jewish
immigration to France, and oth-
er crises, are affecting the pro-
grams of the Joint Distribution
Committee, another UJA bene-
flcrary, in Europe and North
Africa.
many without doors, windows,
paint, electricity, sometimes even
without floors. And even these
half-finished units are rapidly be-
ing used up. while Agency person-
nel are working around-the-clock,
living to cope with this and other
absorption problems."' The success
of the Agency's plan to build 18.000
immigrant housing units this year,
he indicated, depends on a con-
Committee, Rabbi Friedman told
the Jewish leaders. "At least
30,000 new Jewish arrivals have
poured into France in the first
five months of the year," the UJA
executive head declared. "Add
ed to the heavy Jewish refugee
Immigration into France of 1961,
they have brought the total to at
least 50,003 new refugee*."
tinuous flow of funds.
Calling on the assembled leaders Amba?sador Comay stressed the
to sustain the cash momentum dur- C(,ntinui dcterminatl0n of IsraC|'s
mg toe rest of the year. Mr Me>- takc and ductlvcIv
Ration for the first five months enU,r [he Jew]sh ^ despite;
oi the year was far heavier than hardships thi;> might spe, France alone have soared to 38.000
for any comparable period in re-" ci(i he noted 3fe al.. persons-tw.ee what they were a
cent years. "The stra.n th.s has tM/Hj frnish-na ,w(1 nf PW-PW lhpe#| few years ago." he said He lusted
Tunisia. Morocco and Algeria as
The French Government has been
liberal in its assistance, and the
French Jewish community has
stepped up its aid efforts. Rabbi
Friedman told the conference,
"Nonetheless, JDC's relief rolls in
placed on the capacity of the peo-
ple of Israel and the Jewish Agency
to absorb these newcomers," he
.'aid. "can only be alleviated by
cash and more cash The heart-
ening sum we have raised to date,
will go far toward eliminating
halfway absorption measures forc-
ed recently by lack of funds for ]
lull measure resettlement aid."
Reporting on these "halfway
-res'' adopted by the Jewish
ncy for Israel in the present
ation, Dr. Lubin told of "par-
ly completed houses in which
rs have been moving.
Israel's citizens,
icady furnishing two of every' three |
dollars required to speed immi-
grant reception and absorption,
through taxes and levies. In the
face of this year's heightened im-
migration. Israel's citizens volun-
tarily accepted added tax burdens
to meet expanded need. He urged
the UJA leaders to keep up their I least half of the 600.000 Jewish
cash efforts.
The heavy increase in Jewish
immigration is not confined to
Israel, but is taking place in
France, as well, and has put "tre-
mendous pressures" on the pro-
grams of the Joint Distribution
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Conservatives Dedicate Israel Site
Eighty-fifth birthday celebration was marked recently for
Charles Rosenthal (left), founder of Riverside Memorial Cha-
oels, by son Edward. Riverside board chairman, and 400
: :iapel employees and their families at the Delmonico hotel
in New York. Among those attending from Miami Beach was
Abe Eisenberg. vice president and treasurer here. The elder
Rosenthal and wife Cora have been winter visitors to Miami
Beach since the 1920's. and only recently returned to New
York.
Montreal Radio Station
Boots Out Staff Announcer
Continued from P9* '-A
ronto, Winnipeg, Ottawa and Ed-
monton?"
Mr. Stirling also sent a letter of
pology to the Canadian Jewish
ungr88 and B'nai B'nth in which
. said that he "deeply" regretted.
ic fact that on the nights of May
I and June 1. Manning "allowed
. r>i>nal feelings on capital pun-
hment to mar the objectivity of
discussion
He added that he felt "an apol-
> i- owed t< the ntire Montreal
h comn in itj who have con-1
buti h to this city as
. u to Jew i-h listeners ho
an apologj
Ji wish participants
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Manning: "War* you there?
Madam, you are lying."
In his letter to the Jewish
groups, Stirling Mid that station of-
ficials had evaluated six hours of
tapes on the two programs, "and
we have asked for the resignation
ol Herbert Manning not only on
the Open Mind show but on all oth-
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with on CKGM
JERUSALEM (JTA1 The
, first international convention of Ihe
World Council of Synagogues ended
here last week alter three days of
deliberations by some 1,000 dele-
representing Conservative
Judaism in 21 countries
The nil hli in 11 the sec md -'<>
of tlie convention, attended by
some 800 ed states and i '' as Ihe
. : ihe firsl American
: built undi r sp h sor
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v. In iii v y lorsi the move-
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The Prime Minister, urging a
new way of life people
under its own sovereignty in Is-
rael, declared thai "the religiousi
milieu which existed outside of j
Israel Is nol adapted to modern]
v ays of life."'
"If we do rot want to have an
absolute and final break between
the past and future, we must re-
new our spiritual life and inte-
grate it into our new way of liv-
ing, adapt it to a new frame-
work," the Prime Minister told
the delegates. "It is clear to any-
one who honors our spiritual heri-
tageand it is impossible and
forbidden to root out Jewish
faith and Holy days from this
traditionthat this heritage must
change its form and adopt a new
form, one which is adapted to a
new way of life."
He added that "the existence and
growth of the Conservative move-
ment testifies to the renewal and
validity of Judaism which does not
rest on past glories and is immune
lo hardening of the arteries."
Mr. Sharett asked the Conserva-
tive leaden why, "if Conservatives
consider themselves the repository
! of Jewish spiritual values and all
] that is best in Jewish tradition."
, do they deny themselves "the op-
portunity to radiate their influence
wilhin Israel by presenting the
movement in a modern version
more adapted to understanding and, sored ihe new center announced a
more attractive to the younger gen- new department of international
I ration." | service to provide American rabb 9
Professor Bernard Mandclbaum. and teachers for other countries
provosl of the Jewish Theological end to train local youth [or service
Seminary of America, which spon-in. their own communities.
Trials Open
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Speaker include Dr Edward An-
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routines, analysis of the counsel-
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development cf camp themes un-
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tolk and square dancing, cook-out
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rainy day programs
Each camp a'so conducted a
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week, so that the parents of all
campers enrolled in the program
could meet the counselors. Kegis
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three branches A feu openings
still remain in certain age groups,
and information can be obtained by
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Page 11-A
Dean Weil Will
Speak at June 19
Technion Meet
The Florida scientist whose re-
search resulted in use of radar to
track killer hurricanes will speak
at the meeting Tuesday sponsored
by the American Technion Society.
iTael-lnstitute for Technology.
Dr. Joseph Weil, dean of the
college of engineering of the Unl
\ersity of Florida, and director of
the Florida Engineering and In
dustrial Experiment Station, will
deliver the principal address in the
Rubaiyat room of the Algiers hotel.
Among his numerous citations
nd awards, Oean Weil's college
of engineering received the Na-
val Ordnance Development
Award in recognition of its role
in helping to design the VT fuse
during World War II.
Floridians owe a special debt of
gratitude to the Johns Hopkins
graduate who came to this slate at
the age of 21 in addition t<> his
1 oneering work in i,oh the elec-
tronics and meteorological fields.
final touches to the installation pro- Jacob Riikin, chairman of the nominating com- hi was the first civilian stud) in world."
or Miami Technion Society officers on mittee: Mrs. Louis Glasser, president-elect; Sol I the United States utilizing land- .m I curricular changes
'"** Al9i?'s..h0,el T 2*?5lhS"u,s,e:n'Techm0"'sSou,heas' ':-' SSTmSHSZ^ ZEEtfrXLi"
OR. JOSEPH Will
nion-lsrael Institute of Technol-
ogy, where he undertook to sur-
vey the present curricula and to
make recommendations whereve-
potslble.
When he completed hi- mi.-.
Dean Weil said he was convin e
that Technion is one of the fi
c-t engineering colleges in th-i
A number of academic
which he
,k1\
Mrs. Jacob Riikin and Mrs. Trudy regional director.
meiBchlag. Standing are lack Katzman;
Mrs. Glasser Succeeds Baskin to Head
Miami Technion at Meeting Tuesday
Mrs 1 uis Glasser, me of South
I ida noted civic leaders, will
I'd Meyer A Baskin as pres-
ident ol the Miami chapter of the
American Technion SocietyIsrael
I .-titun of Technology.
Announcement ol Mrs. Glasser's
election was disci)--! this week
h. Jacob Rifkin. chairman of the
1 >:ninating committee who also
laid officers for the ionium year
will include Sol C 5ha vice pre*-
1 ent: Jack Katzman. treasurer;
Meyer A. Baskin. honorary pre>
1 rit. ;n Jacob Rifkin. vice pres-
[he election meeting is open to lun society, will act ,i> installing |
t pul II and 'Aiil be held on 0f|U(.,-
1 sdaj 8 p.in the Rubaiyat
Trudy Hamerschlag, Bernard
Kati, Jack Katiman, Rabbi
Leon Kronish, Nathan Kushin,
Hyman Lieberman, Morris Lipp,
Mortimer J. May, Joseph Mech-
low. Max Orovitx, David Ponve,
Jacob Rifkin, Philip Rosenberg,
Louis Rudnick, Harold Shapiro,
Herbert S. Shapiro, Sol C. Shaye,
Morris Simon, Philip Thau, A. I.
Uslander, and Miss Elizabeth
Zentler.
I)r Irving I.ehrman. spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-El. and
a member of the national board of
directors of the American Tech-
fessional men interested in the up-
building of the Israel university.
She has held positions of lead-
ership in practically every Jew-
ish organization, both on the lo-
cal and national levels, and has
been cited on many occasions
I for her devotion to communal
causes, and to the State of Israel.
Last week, Mrs Glasser was
victorious in the election for the
job of District 3!) (Miami Beach)
Democratic t "om mitt ecu oman.
Baskin has issued an invitation
to all Miamians to attend the
event, Refreshments will be serv-
ed. There will be no solicitation
ol funds.
periments now form the base of
the U.S. Weather Bureau's system
tor tornado forecasting.
While in Israel. Dean Weil also
met with Prime Minister Davi 1
Ben-Gurion and other leader-.
In recent years, Dean Weil has I discussed with them the quest
been particularly active in connec-
tion with the industrial develop-
ment of the State, and in particular,
with the nuclear development of
Florida. His vision and encourage-
ment were instrumental in the de-
cision of the missilemen to estab-
lish Cape Canaveral as "America's
No. 1 Launching I'ad."
of applying atomic energy to ai-
vancing Israel's development
Dean Weil believes that the lar^e-
scale introduction of atomic energy
in Israel can not only be a gal-
vanizing factor in accelerating the
industrial agricultural and econ-
omic development of the country
but also can serve as a stabilizing
lorce leading to peace in the entire
A prominent figure in the na-\mdiifi Eagt
lions research program, Dr. Weil; _______________
has directed his energies to secure
an atomic reactor and an expanded
nuclear program for Florida
In the Spring of 1956, at the
suggestion of the American Tech-
nion Society, he went to the Tech-
Bowfing league Banquet
Temple Judea Bowling League
v.ill hold its annual banquet at
Westbrooke Country Club on Sat-
urdaj evening

r
n ol i Algiei i hotel
Boar:: members who will serve
m the comirq year include Ben-
lamin Appel, Judge Frederick
Barad. Meyer A. Baskin, M.
Bernhatd. William Bornstein,
Mrs. F-ances Entine. Morton R.
Fellmar., Mrs. Fannie C. From-
mer, Harry J. Grossman, Mrs.
Guest of honor and principal
speaker at the election meeting
will be Dr. Joseph Wed, dean of
the college of engineering at the
University of Florida since 1939
The new president establishes
something of a record in local
civic activity as she takes the
helm of an organization comprised
entirely of local business and pro-
Israel Cotton Export Halted
The Ministry of Commerce and
i Industry, which informed the spin-
'rung industry of the new American
ruling, held out 'he hop.' that the
Stoppage Of export- to the tinted
States may be temporary, since
Washington will review the cotton
yarn import quotas in October
However, Israel's economic ad-
visers in Washington have been or-
ilose contact on
V
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To Miamians Whe Are Specialists in
THE ART OF RELAXATION .
ENJOY THE BEST OF VACATIONS
at the Finest Northern Resort
v^faten IN THE INTERESTING PENN DUTCH MOUNTAINIANOS
Continued from Page 1A
Israeli currency last February.
The cc'ton spinning industry
"xre, vsing the most modern
equipment, emp'oys 5.000 work-
ers on 'nree shifts, working day
and nig^t. Half of the production
Had bei earmarked for export.
Spinners have i illed an emer
gencj meeting i insider the ne\ dered to maintain el
-,,i .Inch rill Without a the Situation With the American
v result in the lismissal of authorities
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NEWLY DECORATED
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[far Weddings, Br Mifivohs, Par-
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HI 6-6A4S
An ott.-hot of the new American
ruling is that it will affecl also Is
Irael's exports of rainwear K\
ports of raincoats from here to the
United States increased recentlj
bv 20 percent The new American
ruling may force the rainwear in-
dustry to cut its U.S. bound rain-
wear shipments down to its earlier
trade figures
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Friday, June 15. 1962
Temple Israel Confirms 79 at Special
Shavuct Evening Prayer Ceremony
Seventy-nine young men and
and women were confirmed al Tern-
i le Israel ol Greati r Mi u
Shavuot eve,
The young p< iple i i lu< I
prayer
e i b'j Rabbi Joseph R Narol
They received individual blessii
frum the spiritual lea a con
pie. and B s from the Tei
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Recent confirmation group at Temple Ner Tamid includes
'iront row) Leonard Wilson, Mareen Simonson, and Kenneth
Avick. Rear row are Mitchell Moriber, Rabbi Eugene Labo-
vitz, and Jeffrey Avick.
Jewish Books Will Be on Exhibit
The American Library Assn. will
old its annual convention at the
Vontainebleau hotel beginning this
Sunday.
The conference will include ex-
lubits of library materials, latest
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publications, including a special ex-
hibit of Jewish books sponsored
by the National Jewish Welfare
board, and set up by the local Bu-
reau of Jewish Education.
The Jewish book exhibit will fea-
; ture an original painting by Marc
Chagall, loaned by Mrs. Lawrence
: C. Klein, and a bust of Albert Ein-
stein by Jacob Epstein, loaned by
the Norton Gallery and School of
, Art of West Palm Beach
The committee of the Bureau of
Jewish Education in charge of ar-
rangements includes Mrs. Joseph
Duntov. chairman. Mrs. Joseph
Abelow, Mrs. David Muskat and
Mrs. Anna Sintow.
Hostesses will welcome visitors
and explain the exhibit. Serving
as hostesses are Mesdames Meyer
A. Baskin. Rudy Baum. Anna Sorin
, Bild. Dorothy Krieger Fink. Ben
Zion Ginsburg. Leon Kaplan. Irving
B. Kaplan. Eva Kahn, Sonya Rob-
h:n, Charles Ratner. Isaac Push-
kin. Alfred Stone. Harry Simonhoff.
Max Weisel. Oida Rubin, and Sid-
ney W. Smith.
The exhibit will close on June 21.
Rabbis Will
Install Officers
ial retaliation
the K- bii
Miami will be held Mon
ing al the Sterling hotel.
Rabbi Alfred Waxman, executive
vice president of the Association,
will conduct the ceremony, and a
banquet will be held in honor of
the newly-elected and outgoing of-
ficers.
Plaques will be presented to
Rabbi Morton Malavsky, outgoing
president. Rabbi Solomon Schiff
and Rabbi Herbert M. Baum-
gard.
Official farewell will be extend-
ed to rabbis who are leaving the
Greater Miami area for pulpits in
other communities. Rabbi Eugene
Lavovitz is program chairman.
Officers to be installed are Rab-
bi David Shapiro, president; Rabbi
Solomon Schiff. vice president;
Rabbi Max A. Lipshitz. secretary;
and Rabbi Morris Graff, treasurer.
Double Installation Held
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Dental Fraternity
Maps Installation
The Greater Miami Alumni chap-
ter of Alpha Omega dental fratern-
ity will hold its annual installation
affair Saturday at the Diplomat
Country Club.
Outgoing president Dr. Lawrence]
Krasne will hand over the gavel to |
the new president. Dr. Stanley Sut-i
nik. In addition to the golf and I
tennis tournament, there will be'
an original musical revue.
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GEMS OF WISDOM
Li God permeates the universe, I
r law has found its way among I
mankind. josephus.

cnpturti likens the Torah to
to fire, and to water.
I three, it is free to all. I
Ml HI IV

i offered thf Torah
and none but Israel
RABBI YOMANAN.

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Goals of the Year Ahead
By RABBI DAVID SHAPIRO
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Information to be included in the Religious Services column
mest be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later
than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All re-
leases received after that time will be returned as proor of
their lateness.
RABBI DAVID SHAPIRO
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The Menorah Adjoining the
Knesset Building
Adjoining the Knesset building in
Urusalem in the middle of an at-
tractive garden stands a giant
Menorah five yards high and more
than four yards broad.
This Menorah reached Israel
from England as a gift of the Brit-
i>h people to the Jewish people in
Ii-rael. The Menorah was made by
(he sculptor Benno Eikan.
The Menorah weighs five tons
and has on it 92 illustrations from
Jewish history''lustrations that
fir freedom, of Isaiah's prophecies,
the Maccabean rebellion and War-
saw Ghetto uprising, flanked by-
pictures of the rebuilding of the
country. Each picture has its
specific symbol and story.
On one of the branches of the
Menorah, can be seen burned
parchment with letters suspended
in the aira symbol of the Euro-
pean holocaust.
(Published by Brit Ivrit OUmit)
I wish to thank the Greater Mi
ami Kahbimcal A.-sn. for bestow-
ing upon me the highest honor at
it- disposal. 1 wish to express to
my colleagues my appreciation for
the faith and confidence they have
reposed in me. and to thank them
for the experiences and opportun-
ities which will be mine.
Our committees and their re-
spective chairmen have been ap-
pointed. We are all set for an
active and meaningful year. We
must look to our committees of
the Association for our day-to-day.
month-to-month decisions and ac-
tion. All the resolutions we pass,
and which become part of the pol-
io el our Association, remain only
on paper unless they are trans-
lated into action, fully implement-
ed by the appropriate working
committee-. The progress of our
Association will depend upon my
colleagues and their dedication to
our common problems. We can learn a great deal from each other
Let us seek ways and means which will he mutually constructive and
helpful for the well being of our Association and the community-at-large.
Our Association includes rabbis from every wing of American Ju-
daism. We are united in a fraternal fellowship for the well-being of
our members and community. There are areas in which all of us can
cooperate. Our differences in theology and forms of worship need not
interfere with our efforts to advance the well-being of the Jewish com- ^
munity and the community at large.
The Rabbinical Assn. can encourage a wider participation and
dedication to Jewish study. I am not referring only to the cooperation j
which we extend to the Bureau of Jewish Education. We can. through |
joint effort, teach our laymen that they owe it to themselves and to their
religious identification to devote some time every week to Jewish study.
Every phase of Jewish life is of deep concern to us whether it be the
aged of our community, the success of the Jewish Federation, the
well-being of Israel, or the future fate of our brethren in Russia. As
the religious leaders of the community, it behooves us to play an active
role, and help to the utmost, all vital Jewish causes. We are more than
just a professional guild.
As spiritual leaders, we should find ways and means of cooperating
with other denominations n problems and in activities of common in-
terest Protestant. Catholic and Jewish clergymen are responsible for
the moral, ethical and spiritual attitude of our respective congregants
' but together we stand or fall as religious leaders by the moral and
spiritual tone of the entire community. Together with the men and
women of other religious faiths, we must continue to strive and pray for
'. a determined assault upon these and other problems affecting the moral
fiber of our country.
The Prophet speaks to us rabbis when he says, "For the priests
lips are ever to keep knowledge; and the law they are to seek from his
mouth, fer he is the messenger of God." We shal be more effective in
giving our people the Torah they seek from us, if we ourselves feel it
deeply.
ANSHE EME5 2533 SW 19th sve.
Conservative. R. Yusko, president.
-
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave.
Orthodox. Ratoi Isaac Ever.
BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ve. Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro
Cantor Willia-n W. Lioson.
(ridn\ 8 in. Saturda .m Bai
Mlttvah: lavl I, eon "i Ml and Mi>
Sand< i -

BETH EL. 5O0 sw i/tn ave. Orthodox.
R.ibbi Solomon Schiff.
Km,!.,. ..;i". p.m. Saturda> JO .' m
Svrmon; "Prow i formation."
BETH EMETH.
Conservative.
I I vi:. p.in
12250 NW 2nd ave.
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why do we affix a Mexuiah to th
doorpost?
Basically this act is a fulfillment
of a Biblical commandment which
.aid "And thou shalt write them
(these words) upon the doorposts
ol thy house" (Deuteronomy 6:9).
The commentaries mention at I
least three motives for this re-
quirement. Some authorities con-;
sider this a means of protecting |
the home from evil spirits tRashi-j
Menachoth 33b; Zohar Deuteron-
omy 246a).
A second motive, in some meas-.
ure similar to the first, claims that |
the Mezuzah signifies that the Al-1
mighty protects the house from
general physical harm (Jerushalmi.
Peah, Ch. 1.) A third opinion:
claims that the motive of the
Mezuzuah is to remind the indivi-;
j dual of the presence of the Al-1
I mightv and his obligation towards
him (Sifre. Debarin 31) (Maimon-
; ides. Laws of Mezuzuah) Sefer
Hachinuch 42
*
Why do people place their hand on
the Meiuiuah and then kiss
their hand when passing
through a doorway which has
a Meiuzah?
The "Maharil" is quoted
vjsjj put one's hand i n l'"-
|.|ll... I'M' I "I
This p>s 1S pnpwei in CO
I operation u'lth the Spiritual Lead
I trs of the Greater Miami Rabbin
i cal Asjn.
RABBI MAX A. UPSCH1TZ
Coordinator
Contributor:
RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF
Gem* of Wisdom
Saturday B:!" "'
BETH ISRAEL. 1300 Prairie ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman.

BETH JACOB 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamcr.es.
hilila> I'.'" >.iti>i'i:i. '" ') Ber-
Pi i ..!! il ': 'on."
BETH RAPHAll J!> NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Jal.us Sapero, president.

BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky.
BETH TORAH. iwin si. "d NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schiti. Canter Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
Kn,Li\ I P Satuida) v < '"
Kbi Mitsvah Mark, son ol Mr- Ida
Rnrnett: .."'1 rharli -. aon of Mi ."i
Mi Josi I'll Kram< r.
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abrinam Strassfeld.

CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER
Conservative. 8755 SW 16th st Mi-
ami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor
Gershon Levin.
OADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONORS'
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold Ricnter.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Organlwi-
tu-n or Community. Consreaatloa
and Mtnerhood offlecfa and board
member* will be Installed. Saturday
8:10 a.m. Sermon: "Portion of the
Week."
FLAGLER -GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Hyman Coverman,
president. Cantor Geonge Goldberg.
Friday s l'"i I'uli'it ki"'M. Km Mil i
Hemhel Brooke formerly < Congrega-
tion Avlgdor Menachem, New .jof"
Saturday 9 a.m. Cantor Mar<-nb-in-
Marblny will ehant the liturgy.
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU -EL. 1801
E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th St. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross.
HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON-
GREGATION. 555 W. 49th St.. Hia-
leah. Reform. Rabbi Marius Ranson.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
Friday 6:0 i- '" Saturday v IS ">.

KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid av.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Minna | Cantor Abraham Seif.
Frldaj 6:45 p-m. Baturday v '' a.m.
Sermon: "Deserving our Blessings."

FROM THE TALMUD
( 01 NSEl REGARDING
CHILDREN
Sukkah, -;'
VV< -'.. uld -lot say to a child
/ it'ill _:., you lomethmg. ami later
change out mind. For this teaches
the ihilu1 to lie.
Shabbat. llh
Touch not my Messiahs, namelji
in-, anointed one*, the children at
.. hool.
* *
Sanhcdrjn, 91h.
ii, u-ho d< iu child religious
him of his innen-
tance.
.
Kiddushin. Mb.
The ~ he memorj |
and whenever
m it shall be with j
eneram i,
*
.it. I19b.
T'i, world itselj resu upon thr
breath of the children in :ne school-
use,
1
Mezuzah as he leaves the house and
to ask for Divine protection and
guidance. The practice of then
kissing the hand is traced to the
famous Kabbalist Isaac Duns.
As to the reason for this prac-
tice, many claim this to be a mani-
festation of devotion to the Mitz-
vah of having a Mezuzah.

Why is the Mexoiah (the written
scroll of parchment) placed in
a container?
This practice is traced back at
ltast to the Gaonic period. The
tradition behind this practice is
linked tO the care given to the
holy scroll of the Torah which is
not left uncovered bul i- draped
with a covering so as not to be de-
filed or soiled and so as to be
shrouded ^i'h reverence.
MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th ave. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor
Fred Bernstsin.
lYidiiv '!'' p ii Saturday s:S a.m.
Sermon: "PrleStly Benediction."

MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern
Traditional.

OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr.
Orthodox Rabbi Phinaas Weberman.
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins avs. Cantor S. Nachmias.
SOUTHWEST CENTER. e43S SW tth
st. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
i -hi.iv i i". n.ni Sermon: ontemp-
orary Benedictions." Saturday I a.m.
Bar Mitsvah Donald, son ol all and
Mrs. '< -'' n-
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TEMPLE ADATH YFSHURUN. 1025
NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor Abra-
ham Reisman.
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TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr, So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Canto- Charles
Kodner.
Prldas >:30 \> m. Followed by a de-
bate on "Medli are" with Pr. Edward
x s, against, mil John Orr, former '
State R< pn sei tatlv<. In favoi Sat-
urdaj ll IS a.m Har Mitsvah: Steven,
.,. 0| Mi and Mrs Bernard Epsti in
TEMPLE BETH *E~L OF HOLLY- '
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ava. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
e
TElviHLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland
Hall. I1BS9 Sc Dixie hwy. Recon-
struetlonlst. R a r i i Morris Skop
Canti- Herman Cottlieb.

-EVLE BETH SHOLEV si Holy-
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative.
Rabbi Samuel Mendelowit*.
e
TEMPLE BETH ShO'.OM. 4144 Chase
ave. Liberal. Rat/bi L*n Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser.
e
TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabb. Henry
B. Wernick.
Pridaj 6:30 i'.m.
e
TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Waahlno-
ton ave. Conservative. RabW Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler
e -
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 1tth .
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.

TEMPLE JUDEm. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal. Rabbi Mordeeai Podct.
Piiihiv vl-"> |im. Installation of Tem-
p|, officer? ai.il 1-oard. Sl.--terhood and
Brotherh.....I officers. Saturday 10:30
a.m. Bar Mitsvah: Robert, son of Mr.
and Mr- ii. nry Orumet.

TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owiti. Cantor Edward Klein.
e
TEMPLE NER TAMlu. 80th at. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern T>adi.
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Samuel Gomberg.
Saturda) v 43 s m. Sermon: "Thd
Pant Tear in I:. :r..si t." At 6 p.m.
Bar Mitsvah Ricky, >-r\ of Mr. an.l'
1 Mr-. Edward \ tch r

'TEMPLE SiNAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform.
Frlda* B 13 i'ni Pulpll guest, Rabbi)
Henri Shwarts, of the Temple otl
Ub< ral Judaism Orli '
e
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan
Zwitman. Cantor Albert Glantz.
I .... v 30 p.m. Sermon: ''Our Fa-
^ i;.'.i oneg Shabba! h"st i Bla-
terhiHid, In honor "f fathers of the
rongi batui da> 9 a in Ser-
mon; 111. Portion .'f the Week.''
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TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Leo Heim.
Pridaj ;S1S p.m. Sermon "And Thnu
w. Pan Saturdaj 9 a m. Ba Mits-
vah Frances, daughu i ot Mr. and
Mi bamui i s. idle.
TEMPLE 2AMORA. 44 Zamora ave.
Conservative. Seymour Hinkes, can.
tor.
e
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wan-
man.
e
YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
Stcinmetz. Cantor Maurica Nau.
Frldaj v.-, p.m. Sermon: "t^fferlngs
and Atonements." Bas Mitsvah: .lane,
daughter Of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Rothateln, Saturdaj 9 a m. r.ar Mitz-
vah Edward, son Ol Mr and Mrs.
Saul GadoL
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YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 at.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
CAHDUUGKTING TIME
13 Sivan 6:59 p.m.
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F=oe 14-A
*J(nit Ffrricftor
Friday. June 13, 19;
Capitol Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Israel is Needle in a Haystack at the Seattle Worlds Fair
Seattle
IF THE Seattle Worlds Fair at
curately forecasts the 2lsi cen-
tury, the "space age" will have
few Jewish or Israeli aspects
The Fair seeks to anticipate
what lite will be like in the year
2000. But a visitor socking an
inkling of future Jewish life may
explore floating cities, ride monorails through all
stations, and search from the top of the Spate
Needle It little avail He will find:
A "kosher corned beef sandwich available only
ami: spaci sausages at a Wesl German Hofbrau
Haus
The smug likeness oi Abdel Nasser futuristica Ij
tian pavilion. Beneath, Egypt-
..-. ..;. propaganda proclaiming
ecogi izes Egypl i fficiei
thi Suez anal. The Canal will still bar
the 21sl century.
i is ni Israi h pavilion on the Fair's i'
. thi W rid Appeals abound at the Fair
- ve themselves from nuclear traged)
bj declarii for Christ. Christian churches, ol
sign, are advertised by glistening.
ernisti sses throughout the floating cities.
terspaci synagogues are discernible
modem Israeli art is displayed in the Fine
- Pavilion that the Jewish" theme, if any. is
cted by a painting called "The Ascension ol the
il ation of the Fair indicated the
, has fin I retro-rockets in the religious
lh. nation is debating separation ol church
it th< Seattle Fair did nothing to si ;
ci A concept ol' "religion in
5 advai ed by (!hristian pavilions; some \ ig-
passers ho peer in.
i sinessmei Committee "!! rs
tpresenti Sermons ii enc
rer I es in th Gos ;sag< *itta science
::. the* Ii
nt futuristic di
> cet the Fair gr< si nsored
19 lenomii nd 15 other Protestanl groups
;- irate a theme of "Jesus Christ the
laj. Bnd t 'M-\ er "
A "i '' pavili features a ui
. [t has een d< signated as the Fair's
Parents are urgi eave their
': ..... b ib> -watching service K
ccommodated. Ed
- nd demonstrations |
ere in which the children
sit ther ex-
-
children is a profi ssiom f. as
istian voluntei rs
i ole ol the pavilion is a visual
UN Listening Post:
By SAUL CARSON
Some UN Statistics
tACH YEAR, the United Nations De-
pcrtment of Economic and Social Al-
Ifairs publishes a statistical yearbook.
The 1961 roundup of economic and social
figure- has just been issued here. As
usual, it makes fascinating reading.
Here, in this large (680-page) vol-
| iimr. containing 186 tablessome of these
I running to many foliosone finds in
told, hard figure- the facts behind the facts. Here, if
you examine the tabulations with some care, and if you
ore interested in comparisons, you find which country,
which people may be considered progressive or reaction-
ary, static or dynamic if" not. indeed, retrogressive I from
any point of view you wish to applysocial or economic
r even, if you interpret with care, political. Here, as
always, you find a profile of Israel, among other state-:
ratheryou find Israel's various faces, depending on which
phase interests you most. For instance, you find such
. t< restii g con paris ns as tin se:
Israel's population, as ol Maj 1981, was 2.170.000. oc-
i i| ying an at ers ol land, with a
t 102 persoi quare met
n of 1.329.i7i occupied i
ly four tin paci an area of 96.610 squan i
with a densit; ol only 18 l
-
it Jordan's di mand thai rs
"return
1 statistic to I
:
claims "i atus

Is ii diffh uit to di
The St
espond
In 1957 I 13.000 metru
But :.
i
audio program to project "the Christian mess-
agi
There is no Jewish pavilion, now ever, where har-
r ssed i'.'rents may check their offspring to "study
and play" in a Jewish atmosphere. Indeed, nothing
is present oi ; Jewish^eUgious nature, educational
i r otherwise,
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN
Vision Wider
? Than the Self
THE SLAVE. By Isaac Bashtvit Singsr. Translated
from the Yiddish by the Author and Cecil Hem-
ley. 311 pp. New York: Farrar, Straus and
Cudahy. $4.95.
ISAAC BASHEVIS SINGER has frequent!) b<
called one of the greatesl living Yiddish writers,
to which he replies, "I am an American writer. It
is time critics recogniz< writers of foreign langui i
in America as American writers since they write
tor an American audience America can stand more
than one language. A country so large can be rep
resented by many lang iages Bui the fad is thai
although I H Singer is a writer in America writing
for Americans he is hardly an American writer in
usual sensi lie is pra-national Jewish
write:- who spans time and matter like the greal
n al j -- 1 have tailed him
ronisi a wi n n at v el ol an ana-
m but in stricl terms that ;- nol reallj
accurate F Sii i r sin | Ij set | es such limits
lie i- in and out ol them like quicksilver. ^'lt!l a
vision and a ty which are uniquely
:..- I
: thi I ..- .! often :- ill
works, is Poland of the 17th cent after the
v ho : the
n sold as a slave ti
an:.' intain villi
poinl f saint od living a
h of return, alone
amoi si age. half-| he sti
i
for stet r
In the stran journey ol their love for each
ther i :k.- els beyi nd the bounds i f ihe J
- time to a n ter ; i epl ion: firmly
ritual ol man's ''.-anon to Cod. he
rs to th< treacherous, more difficult peak.- ol
man's obi to man In a final fillip of tomb-
irony, h< is reduced to the commonest banal-
ity, but it doesn't matter: he ha- made his point for
himself. Every man must make it for his own self.
This is the barest outline The book read- on
many levels. The clamor of the 17th-centur> Jew-
ish town surrounded and perpetually terrified by the
wild clutter of the Polish peasantry rings horrif-
ly true. Singer's Writing Rule No. 5. "Never fear
the sensational, the perverse, the pathological, the
mystical. Life has no exceptions. The exception
i- its law." is unbroken here. In Singer's world all
possibilities are acceptable, and all worlds are ac-
cepted as possible. There is no hint of mockery:
there is only great sadness for man.
In the blatantly symbolic union of the out-of the
ordinary Jew with the "different" gentile. Singer is
limning his vision of the Jew which i- wider than
the Jew's regard for himself. One has only to ask
oneself when Jacob was most free, when Wanda was
most stifled, and what redeemed them, to catch the
turning of Singer's thought and follow it out into
the bright light.
Singer, who writes for the Jewish Daily Forward
under the name Worshavsky. considers himself pri-
marily a journalist. But he is far more than that;
be is an artist and a craftsman, and superb.
Between You and Me:
By BORIS SM0LAR
If thi Century 21 exhibition correctly foret'
th< Mm 111 space age will b lot ed with Chris-
sects I uting their orbits lor salvation This
.ci i< retrogression in r Igii relations and
at : Bck to the time when Chr si i n ty became thi
.-,-, ;,.. n of the later Roman en n under Thei
-.','- Those not in the church were outside u
merel) tolerated sojourners sul jeci all the risks
ol that pri t arii us c tndltion.
Om asp ci oi Jewish life wi i Bin consistent
with the past, il one tan judge i Intra-Jewish
troversj caused bj the Seattli I air If will l><
the continuing difference- ol i : among Jew-
Seattle's ii mber Jewish i mity, pleas
of a huge < \; it the P icifu
\ dismayed to lean Israel
-.......i 35 nation- eJ ling
Si ttli Jewr> sen a delegatiot I urge :
econsidei Jews I Seattle >lun
.--.' exhibit ai a \
mmifl
n thi 1964 New York Fail
ii : iate pavilion
Seattli One factor might een the pro
New York am i gton I hal
Seattli incial Americai lac kin tru<
nternatioi atmi sphere Iiki thai : the n
l -- I ....
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
.
v
Month of June and Jews
JUNE IS NOT n
** hist irj .- ed. The I
: inental Congn an its lelil
in June, it i- I < bul ii lid i I
le on indi pi ntil J n
around. No Pri .t the Unit*
States Howet er, ii -
he favorite mont] rides
would not ral ride than Pre:
- nol the n asoi he poet w
\\hal .- -i ran as a day in Ju
I sup] e e\ v. one ho has to publ
- th: ; aski d neai Ij ipli E\
lh it but
VVardsv orth, .'. Wh tcoi R
Jam* Ru
I it is I The Vision I
I n June (cl. The
i *ell seemed I ,..,-. ire at .
daywi r Ji vs
Tht \ et ritii James ii f a geni ral
- liscovi ring greal One lay I -
im, "Jimmy, one < thesi days you are
going to i i and tell me thai hrisl Him sell
:. Jew
Lowell had thi same quirk, ill- I
. her comments on "his astonishing faculty for the
ertion of Ji "He was so delighted ,- e are I ild,
vering that everybody was in somi way descended
from Ihi Jew because he had som< Jewish feature or a
-h name or a Gentile name such as the Jew- wen
in the habit of assuming that it was scarcely possible U
mention any distinguished man who could not be con-
clusively proved in some connection with the chosen race."'
If a man had a longer nose than most, that proved to
Lowell he was a Jew But Emerson had a long nose
He insisted that Browning was a Jew. Why1 Just
look at his face, he answered and besides. Browning "once
wrote a Hebrew line in one of his poems which he later
erased." Lowell accounted for this supposed eminence
of the Jew as a kind of compensation lor their persecu-
tion. "All share in Ihe Governmenl ol the world." 11
wrote, "was denied for centuries ti tin- race to which
we owed our religion, a race to which ability seems ,.
natural and hereditary as the curv< ol their nose .
whose blood furtively mingled with the bluest blood
Europe VV< drove them into a corner bul they had thi I
revenge as tht wronged are sure to have it. sooner oi
later. They made their corner the house of tit
world and from thence ruled it."
Time for Sustained Effort Against Anti-Semitism
THE CONTENTS of thi memorandum
- : by Jewish oi
:;- El umi I II
hn XXIII in Hon.
er 1 an nov be n \ i
ii. appealing for the
nces ii

rid Ci

Dr. N
i.
the hope tl
Pop ild be
Pope's appi
dates thai u "i
led efl
3i nitismon thi part of all
We think," the memorani
''' : i ; Semitism
.....JO ad In ss
it is bei
to Jews in C
nol to be denii I
i tai d, di ... i
itnote
e ol the : hood
It tl atti >n i
ll ::.
vs."


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NOTICE UNDER
FICIT.OUS NAME LAW
\i iTK'K IH HEREBY GIVEN thai
thi undi ratgned, desli Ing lo
in business under the flctltloUK nami
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nti nda to reglstei Raid
p -ll he Clerk of U
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Wll.l.l AM M lU'SX, JR
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
l*N AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. iN PROBATE
No. 55947-C
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.
No 62C WOT
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Fixecutoi
VRONHVITZ, KIIA'EK SCHER
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 55840. A
IN HK I i
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I '..,.:ii> Clerk
; 1-22-29
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S CD.=T
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTS
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 53440-A
IN RE K
F.I.I/.ACKTII BuRS" 'in
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAK -
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBL" Q
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
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NOTICE UNDER
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NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN
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STEVEN W ":'
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 56058- A
IN RE K.-::ii'- of
.< \i:a SACHAR
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notice to creditors
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBi GIVES I
the undi i ni i dej.ii Ing I n .- in
..- undei the I
I' VTIENT CENTER ill 3121 ^^ --
Sire, i Miami Inti nda ti
u nh the Clerk ol thi
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I- I.. iRIDA PHYSICIANS SVl
INC. a I
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUN"-
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 559o2-C
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'. HAOHAR lie- .' ;Vi:i-,m: ,. ROSEN
County. PI- ,.,.,
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AMENDED
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All i'i. .III"' "' *
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IhiROTHI S NGER TOB1N RfBIN A SALMON
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till NOTICE UNDER
1.1.1 I: ,\ III -, Ait. FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Mian ind til- ( NOTICE is lii.i:,..^ GIVEN lluil
I \ idtng in ".i. lealrlng lo eng *- i"
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,i i.. mamla VgaiiiHl Said i within I d I
dnti of thi : -' p il i iitlon Sill,| |.:.. .
Von Iierel -.....I and re- heieol e will be b > ,. ..,-, i.. .-,-
. | .. ,.,. ., t ny clalnia and de- CI.ARA HAI.MoS. AdminUtratrix reaenl
ionn.Is which vou maj have againal ROBERT H TRAl'RIG which you ma> hav. uguiast the eatj
l. ,.Htate of MANTEL KI.EIMAN vttorne) ol GERTRUDE I. ROSlkNTHAX.
i., | i i..i. of M.i.1' County. Flor- nar. dul'oiil Building te ol DADE i
', to ii,. Count) Judgea of Iade Miami 32. F'kirida m the County Judgea of l'
.. and file the name In duplt- 8 -K,-22-28 and file the aam. In
lid aa provided in Section '' ---------------- m>\ led In Si I
Plorlda Slain.'.-. In tUvw offlcea In notice UNDER
ihe Count) Courthouai In Bad, .'..un- FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
l) Florida, within six calendai months NoTICF: IS HEREBY GIVE>
,,,,,, the time of the flral publlca- u,. undersigned, desiring : iiu.iu. in -i,. : n of ih. first pubHoation
i,,n hereol ..i ih. sann will he bar- buslneaa undei th< fictitious nam. thi saroi will he barred
...,i IlKRNARIi JOYCE iTHK Co-ol" Bated ai Miami, Pkn-lda, this ta
Bated al Miami. Florida, this lTHi KING) al IBM Lincoln Read. Suite I ,iay f Ma*. A.D. 1H82 ..__,.,
i., of Ma) \l' IMS. Miami Beach, Florida intends '" w.I'.KKT E R(*Ethal
" ik of | as Exei utor ol the Eai ite '
unt) ;. ni- ide I.. Rosen thai Dec.
MYKRS, HEIMAN KAI'I.AN
,s lATXMAN
Attoi ne) for Bxe, utor
16, Floi
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n Courthouse In I 'a.I. Counl
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NOTICE UNDER
I0US NAME LAW
\, ,i |, is BKBKKY HIV EN thai
k.gned d. -ii im: ti eni
.,,-1, un i, III. fll 1111- i: nam. "I
jus, Miami B< h, F'loi Ida Intends i"
i -., |d n., nn nh Ho Clerk
the i'...... 'ouri "i i 'adi
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BERN VRD Ji lYCE
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHl GIVEN thai
Hi.- undei i ii. d, deali Ini to ngagi In
,,.-" -. ..n .. thi lil i names "i
ni: VTE SI' \ I'll: VTE SP \ MA-
RINE SERVICE. PIRATE SI' \ RRH
V1EBICAI. Mil's CLINIC II .*7 S.W IMIRANT I.I HMl S,.uthwesl JIMl,
ml, I-1"' Ida ;" ml St reel i nc-toi ..,.,
iil, thi Clerk register said nam..- with Ihi Clerk "
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 55719-C
I S RE Estate ol
m vi: > LOC ENI I El.,

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IN THE COUNTV jlOGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PR03ATE
Ne. 580S3C
In RE Batata '
Mini. ANN I'.-l. \
Becea .,1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i VII Crediuu Hsv-
lalma or l.....i d Aa nal Said
I-. .
i arc hereby n ittHed and re*
l i.i present an) claims and de-
ni uida whii-h you ma) h^v.. against
th estate ..i CAROL- ANN HcI.anck
. .i |a le ol 91 V ndi s Jaaal -
a -i ladles i '>: ntj rudjtes
' i. i -"nun in.i file the same In
ite and a I si In >- Ion
i'i. Ida i their of-
\OT CE BY Puf -iC a .
NT-itCRCUs-OURTOFI Ml
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR'DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
NO. 62C 4465
SRI HEN B ACM
p-AV B RASKIN i VNCE8

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SUIT FOR ACCOUNTING
TO DAVID R V.KKIN an l
PRANCESRVSKIN
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You -AVID RA8KIN ind I RAN-
, is i- \sisiN hei eb) nol n
., ,. KIU .. c impla ni I ir Account.
I,, i i i n you, and
. i -,,v. -a eoMtef
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, ,ii the Plnlntlfl a al
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i.,; i. n 'In Road M ami Beach. Plor-
nd file Ihe .riginnl Answer or
IH. ulUig m the "'.," ,';^"'- h:i
.....h la) 'f June, i "- if >"",1',"1
,..., b) default will I-
,u foi the r.-i." da-
m.n.led In the Bill -f Comptalni
,11 be iiubllahed once
.. ,,,-... itlve weeka
.'Il.l A :.a. .
.. r. gister said nam
,i the Cln nit Court of I "ad.....mi*,
i- 1. il l.la
I 'l; SKYMi 'l R l GARI >NER
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BR I'.M I. S c.LASSM \N
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Jolilmaii. Goldstein ft Pacl l
ui..i ne) i"i Ri glsti ants
M I igli i S el
Miami jr., F'lorbla ( 8-I.-.-22-2S
ii
if Badi
thi 'li
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iiki:i:i:i:t i-: ROBERTS, JR
Sol. >a nei
I DAVID i.li:i'.M VN
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in the circuit court of the
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF buslni
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No 2C 5549
TII.'MAS K HANNON, JR.,
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
.. All Ci i dltors in.I \
- in I', inalnl- Aga li-' 9 I i
lati
> .,. li.r, I.\ notIfl. re-
quired i'
i. hii li you ma) ivi tea
MARY UH- ENG
,i.. i County, i
, : thi Count)
.....i ftl. tin same li I
NOTICE UNDER and as provided In Section
fictitious name law Florida Statutes, in their ofrici
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Ihai Ih. Count) Courthouse in Dad. I
th. itndersUine.1. d. rlni t. engage in ty. PI- Ida within six caie:ndar n
I. the 'i. in...... i.....i. "' '" "......' "'
^-ii-i-i ,, -,i;,i North Weal hereof, or the same will '
mh'Avenm Miami i Intends Im.ed a, Miami l-'-ii.!.!. 1
to reglstei aid nam. with Ih. Clerk day of May, A.D. IBI
,.i ih, 'n, mi '..in i ..t l lad. "ounty,
ELIZABETH FRANCBH HANNoN,
l lefendanl
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Ti !: Iiiiii.-ih i- ranc. Hannon
i u Mrs Oeoi ge Huti hlngs,
;:;.i lli.lK .....I .--.-.nt
I."tnl.oi. i Intarlo, Can...I..
TOP ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
in Hi.- above cause, cou an hereb)
,. q in ,i I,, serv. i opj of youi An-
> ii I,, the "omplainl for i >B or
in the Count) In
' 'ount). I' x .. _,,' ,i .dm i| \,\
i moi tha fi
ibl cation hereof, the same
barn
i a- Mia
May, a i'
JOHN l'
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publlral
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foi i: ni
' i i Hunt Hl.lt Ml i
DONE AND* ORDERED al Miami,
. ., May, A.D.
' E B LE v ["HERMAN, Plerk,
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, ,.KN KESSI.ER
'3HON ft a 'W 'UN
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i Goldman, Goldstein .\ Pa. i I
Attorne).- i"i Reglatranl
Wesl Plaglel Streel
Mil nil I
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice is hereby gives t..t
Hi. iiii.i. signed dealt Ing to ngagi i"
on bus.....- undi i thi 11. Il a- nan :
Its attorney, HARR. ZV- PLoKHM LABORATORY SUPPLY
KPRNICK !'-'" Lincoln Road, Miami S.W !*nd Streel Miami In-
Beach, Florida and file the original tend in reglstei said
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Friday. June 15. 19G2
General Zionist Unity Needed,
Dr. Neumann Tells Gathering
President John F. Kennedy meets with a dele-
gation of American Jewish Committee leaders
to discuss a wide range of current issues, in-
cluding ctvil rights questions, problems of dis-
crimination, and the infringement of American
citizenship rights by a number of foreign coun-
tries. Um to right at the White House gather-
ing are Jacob Blaustein, of Baltimore, AJC hon-
orary president; Gov. Herbert H. Lehman. AJC
honorary vice president; President Kennedy;
Irving M. Engel, AJC honorary president; Louis
Caplan. of Pittsburgh, AJC president; and John
Slawson. AJC executive vice president.
Jewish Art' is Debated in Israel
By Special Report
JERUSALEM Is there any
*ense in which a work of art can
>e consWwed Jewish? How does
n artist'* Jewish background af-
fect his wsrt?
What is flw responsibility of the
Jewish artist toward the continuity
cf the Jewish people?
These are some of the questions
l.eing asked this week in a discus-
sion of "The Jewish Commitment
in the Creative Arts" during
subject. The panel is part of a
three-day conference between top
Israeli officials and leaders of
the American Jewish commun-
ity.
Israeli leaders slated to address
the conference included President
Itzhak Ben-Zvi. Prime Minister
David Ben-Gurion, Education Min-
ister Abba Eban. Jewish Agency
Chairman Moshe Sharett. and Phil-
osopher Martin Buber.
The American delegation is led
by Dr. Joachim Prinz. president of
among other items, the reciprocal
influence of American Jewry and
Israel and the position of Jews as
a minority community in the U.S.
and as a majority in their own
country
a
unique 'dialogue" between Amer-
ican Jews and Israelis being held!thc American Jewish Congress.
Iiere under the auspices of the
American Jewish Congress.
Composer Marc Blitxstein,
painter Jack Levine, theatrical
producer Harold Prince, and
choreoflrapher Anna Sokolow
have joined with leading Israeli
figures in the arts in a free-
swinging panel discussion of the
Optimists Breakfast
Optimist Club of Miami Beach
held a breakfast Sunday, 10 a.m..
in the Deauville's Richelieu room.
Bill Weiss was in charge of ar-
rangements.
JERUSALEM (JTA) 'There
is nothing more important for the
^.ealth of the Zionist movement
than unity in the ranks of the Gen-
eral Zionists the world over," Dr.
Emanuel Neumann said here re-
cently in an address to the world
conference of the Confederation of
General Zionists which he heads.
Delegates representing 32 group-
are meeting here to consider re-
ports submitted by the Confedera-
tion's World executive.
Principal item on the agenda is
the question of unification with the
rival General Zionist confederation
headed by Mrs Rose Halprin and
Dr. Israel Goldstein. Resolutions
en such a merger adopted by the
latter group last month at its meet-
ing in Amsterdam were debated
and found unacceptable by the
group headed by Dr. Neumann.
The Amsterdam resolutions were
considered by the conference here
as laying excessive emphasis on
negative slogans rather than on
compromise proposals.
Dr. Neumann in his address
said that the split in Israel eaus-
ed by ttte formation of the Pro- ,
gressive party In 1941 was |
tragic error with disastrous con-
sequences" and, at the same .
time, causing the breakup of the |
United Confederation of General
Zionists. He said it was hoped
that the fusion of the General j
Zionists with the Progressives in i
Israel would open a new chapter (
of reconciliation among all Gen-
eral Zionists and thus "we issued
last year a call for unification."
He stressed that unification was
still possible on the following,
terms: 1. Acceptance of a com-1
promise plan of establishing a Zion- j
ist body in Israel distinct from the
Liberal Party; 2. Constitution of
! a reunited Confederation providin*
jit will function within tR* frame
i work of the World Eionist Organi
| zation 9hd be concerned with Zion
I ist tasks exclusively without be-
| coming involved in the domestic
' politics of Israel or any other court
i tr>
Assuming the acceptance of such
; a formula as a basis. Dr. Neumana
declared: "We are prepared to
stand by our compromise proposal
whereby the Israeli General Zion
ists will be represented in the Unit-
ed Confederation not through the
Liberal party but by a separate
i organization to be formed for pure
ly Zionist purposes."
One unique feature of the "dia-
logue." Max Youngstein. chairman.
s.-id, is that it was not intended to
dial "with Israel's financial needs
or the philanthropic responsibili-
ties of U.S. Jewry but rather with
social, political and cultural issues
of mutual interest and concern."
The conferees are discussing.
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-I party given for Franklin Klein's 18th birthday by his
eph and Ernie Klein Secrel ol the barbecue din-
well the guest ol honor confessed he was too startled
Guests included Ricky stern. Sam Yanowitz, Harold
I David Baer, with whom Franklin has been friends since
here eight years ago Big brother, Leslie, joined tl

'
;i V i 11I (**-iaa ., i VB VWCI uvm>c, JWIUCU >|IC
and led the boys and their dales through the mazes Of the
i.ily and the ever popular twist, taking a permanent record
gaiety with his movie camera The celebrant has just
ted from Beach High, where he was president of the Key
Plans to enter the University of Miami in September .
Vnothcr surprise party for a member of the younger set .
l_.- daj iii school at Nautilus Junior High Beeme the perfect
v:., to celebrate the 14th birthday of Penny, daughter of Mr. and
Dannj (Helen) Sepler With the Moulin Rouge set up
hi club, 6< boy-, and girls shook the rafters with their gyra-
te the juke box recordings of the twist Harvey 11, and
9 brother and sister of the celebrant, having as much tun
, big girls and boys Keeping the pace a last one. the
- and foster aunt, Mrs Lenorc Kleiman .
\ Sweet 16" party for Carole Farber and 40 of her friends
.it the Deauville's Baccarat room last Saturday Mr. and
V-- Sam Farber. 5233 Alton rd., parents of the deb.

Kenneth Nathan Frishman, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
FannU I Pepper, and great-grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Pepper.
ating irum Southwest High as a member of five honor so-
S mathematics, social science. German, physics and na-
bonor Planning to attend the University of Florida.
mater of his parents. Shirley and the late Newton Fnsh-
\ busy week for the family of Mr and Mrs Sheldon Kay. 251
dr E.. Bay Heights With each of their three sons having
rticular occasion to celebrate, the family including grand-
Mr and Mrs Morris Fox, gathered at Westbrooke Coun-
!r\ Club on Saturday night in honor of son Howard's graduation,
honors, from Miami High He'll enter the University of
i In the fall Richard 12. graduating from the sixth
at Coral Way Elementary, entertained 35 of his classmates
a swim party, barbecue supper and dancing, also at West
And Kevin marked his llth birthday Thursday with
his age group at a bop party, also at Westbrooke

- Fannie smith, executive secretary of Hadassah, leaving
0-month trip to Europe, which will include visits to Israel.
Greece, France ami England Feted at a bon voyage
. at the Schi hcra/.idc room of the Algiers last Sunday, host-
. her on Harr.v Smith, and his beautiful wife. Marilyn .
r> extenuinu wishes for happy landings. Marilyn's mother.
Inez Krensky, the former July Krensk) and her husband,
Gerard, Arlene and Herb Krensky. Natalie and Leonard
Mrs Frieda Salet. ..nd Theodore and Sarah Leiberman .
. litting Miami, but just for the summer, Margaret and Ben
will work a- music and drama counselors at Camp Hem
h in Hunter, NY On the way north, they'll stop eft m
ton, D.C., tor a vi-it with daughter Wendy and her bus-
law rence Goldberg, who is with the urban planning depart-
the IS government Then to New York where they'll
the Paoki Cast Is Music Festival the end of June .
ixanne Pallet back from Ivr first year at the University of
-in in time ;> -crv< a- bridesmaid for Carol Barrocas on
Her dad. E. Albert Pallot, chairman of the City of
i beaut ification committee, best man for the bridegroom,
rd Schulman.

v. nner of the major prize in the recent Poinciana Art Exhibi-
Burdine's was Miami artist. Reyna Youngerman Her
i of Crandon Park won her the three-day trip tor two to
, and a lone man -how at Burdine's starting June 25 .
.. has also been selected a- one of the Miami artists to show
. Florida West Coast exhibition She and her husband.
r\en more excited that daughter Marianna. whom they went
..11 for will be spending the first summer in three years with
\t.1 ji.rin if education :"! social work. Marianna will
tei ng her senior yeai at Florida state in the fall She
received medallion m recognition ol her work with Hillel,
will serve a- a counselor at Normandie Summer lamp here
:f in study French at the Sorbonne for six week-. Fred L.
son of Mrs Jacques Cohen, ol Sunset Island i. sailed on the
', Beer last month Another -.x weeks will be spent
l- .i. ;. w hi- roommate at the Universitj ol Pennsyl-
Edward N. Tuder, son ol Dr and Mrs Gabriel Tuder, ol
\ i
ng weekend fi hing in the Florida Keys for the David
nd their three Sammy, Steve and Barbara Thirteen-
- ,; nor student at Nautilus Junior Huh. has
ee| .ii at Phillips Academy in An over, Mass., where lie
stud) nuclear physics starting in September,

lust a few weeks ago. Hilda and Charles Gertler celebrated
5th wedding anniversary with a large partj in their home
\ dr This pasl Saturday, the -aim- goes:- and man)
. attended the bns of the mst Gertler grandchild in the same
. Joseph He'd (din. son ol Susan and Peter Olin. born
Paternal grandmother i- Mis Joseph olin Rabbi
Machtei officiated at 'he ceremonj The new father's
er, Gerald, was godfather, and Trudi Gertler, sister of the
mother, was godmother .
former Cornelia W. Turk, now Mrs Alvin Philipson. grad-
from Brandeis University on Sunday Daughter ol Mr.
Mr Harold Turk. Cornelia's father, a Fellow on the board
dndeis marched in the procession with her Other activi-
th( lurk household recentlyson Hobin was confirmed at
Emanu-EI and Jonathan it. left Saturday tor Tallahassee
ervi in it \- State Week there as a representative of Miami
:. He. h

\i w group of talented Miami Beach High students calling them
'' '- the Continentals introducing "The YOO-HOO Spin' to the
set Written by Mike Cowan, paini-.t of the group, who
Pad) has three hit records to his name, and is a member of
'!'. it is rumored the "Spin" mav replace the Twist"
in the group are. on drums. Bob Payton, lead guitar. Rl< I
vocalist. Bert Samel Latest engagement, the con-
unnatiofl dance at Temple Emanu El Monday night.
the
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Miami. Florida, Friduv. June 15. 1962
Section 3
Officers of the American Jewish Congress
meet at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Mandler to form the South Dade chapter of
Congress. Standing (left to right) are Mes-
demes Sy Dexler, Gerald Schwartz. Howard
Lessner and Kenneth Rosen. Seated (left to
right) are Mrs. David Muskat. vice president
of the South Florida Council of Congress; Mrs.
Lillian Maml w president of the South Florida
region. Women's division of Congress; Mrs.
Mandler; and Mrs. Ben WooUstead.
Over 150 members of the Opti Mrs. Club of
Miami Beach and their friends attended the
annual installation luncheon ot the organiza-
tion last Wednesday at the Seville hotel. Of-
ficers installed by Mrs. Paul Bromberg are
seated (left to riqhD Mrs. Leonard Platt, re-
Temple Menorah Players rehearse for their annual "Spring
Festival" presentation on Saturday at the Temple Social Hall.
This year's musical revue is entitled "The Pleasin' Seasons."
and has been written and directed by Mrs. Robert Bloch.
Sected at the piano is Mrs. Selma Glass. Standing are Mrs.
Nathan Greenhouse and atop the piano Mrs. Jack Segal.
cording secretary; Mrs. Sam Hirsch. vice pres
ident; Mrs. Murray Sonnett, president; Mrs.
Manny Goldstritch. vice president; Mrs. Jay
Jacobi, corresponding secretary. Standing are
Mrs. Arthur Leibowitz. social secretary; and
Mrs. Robert Jackson treasurer.
Local Women
UOTS Delegates
Mrs. Fred Fuller and Mr- Har-
old Brown wi re to participate in
tin tern c inference,
Uniti d i ir i r of True Sister-, whii h
w. to b< held at the Waldorf-
A-'i ria hi ti I in N w York City,
this Thursday The) were to serve
official di le -ate- from Miami
Lodge 4.T in Miami Beach
The conference was to review the
program ol activities earned on b)
the tins. America's oldest nation
al Jewish women's fraternal and
philanthropic organization, and
discuss plans for the coming year
Among the participants was to
le Mrs Joseph Winters of New
York City, rational president, and
Harrj A Green eof Newark.
N J natii i al fit \ ice president.
Beacot 18 ol New York
i [j was to be the hostess lod e
and Mr- Arnold Wcrthcim. past
I resident, was to preside.
Oi in iv;<\ the organiza-
tion includes i total oj 15 lodges
:hn ugh untry v bich car
ry on pi < 1 non-sectarian
philanthrop) Its national project.


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Friday. June 15, 1962
Smartly attired in tashion's latest and wearing smiles to
match the festive occasion are these leaders of the Women's
Division. American Society for Technion, seen at their instal-
lation luncheon at the Fontainebleau hotel. Seated (left to
right) are Mrs. Jack Katzman, vice president and chairman of
the day; and Mrs. Philip F. Thau, president. Standing (left to
right) are Mrs. Max Weitz; Mrs. George Valentine, life mem-
ber; Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink; and Mrs. Ben-Zion Ginsburg,
hostess end board member.
Techno?! Women
Aim for l^r-w
Mer bers Here
d 'tit "i
: V
S execu
. h l r
ncheon in I he Fon
I" ...:.' bl
of lead-
Mrs rhau ex-
local chapter is a
p with ex-
men i rship ts primary
...
r everj SI.000 collected in
< t-. a one-year full scholarship is
for a deserving student of
_> Mrs. Thau said
Membership in the newly-formed
. apter was increased by almost
luring the afternoon. Mrs. Her-
an .i Leffert, national president.
v is hostess to the members and
s] i ctive members ho were in-
-. ted to see a film showing the
. ik an accomplishments of the
Israel Institute of Tech-
: li gj i. I laifa
Also installed b> Mindlin were
Irving Lehrman, honorary
Mrs Meyer A Baskin,
Sal < h Mrs Trudy Ham-
. -c hlag, Mrs Jack Katzman, vice
Mr* Harold Thurman,
Mrs. Henrj
i secretarj
:.. Ru! :. financial secre
Ruben Porter,
IS I .
Academy PTA
Elects Officers
PT \ ; ihi H< brew Academy
its closing meet ng for the
62 school terra on Sundaj even-
i, P in the 1i w Hebrew Academy.
The meeti r'" '"
to leach rs." an Mrs Nathan
-: Iman. < hairman of the nom-
committee | r sented the
.. 5tate i officers for the
o ning year:
President, Mrs. Sheldon Dearr;
v ce presidents, Mrs. Herbert Berg-
er, Mrs Samuel Gombetg, Mrs
Solomon Mason. Mis. Leonard Ros-
(.i, Mrs Tobias Simon, Mrs. Sam
Rngner; recording secretary, Mrs.
Matthew Zuckerman; correspond-
ing secretaries, Mrs. Arthur
Brooks, Mrs Gerald Greenberg,
Mrs; Abe Hoffenberg; social secre-
tary, Mrs. Henry Penchansky;
treasurer. Mrs Marvin Choos;
chaplain. Mrs II Louis Rottman;
historian. Mrs Maurice Kellner.
The prosram also included mov
iet covering many events in the
Academy's history presented by
Rabbi Shimon Azulay. a member
ii the Hebrew faculty Mrs. Her-
bert Berger was chairman of the
evening.
Dr. Woltson in lecture
The ninth lecture on "Thi v
of Living Happilj will be given
bj Dr. Abraham Wolfson at the
Spini za Outd..... Forum on the 8th
,t beach at 8 a.m on Tu- sdaj
Thursday, following exercises led
iy Charles Siegel and the Slim
,iastics Club.
Father's Day at
Doug'as Gardens
All fathers at the Jewish Home
for the Aged will bi honore I and
receive a gift at the Greater Miami
Women's Auxiliary, Miami Beach
group, annual Fathers Day partj
at Douglas Gardens on Sunday
from 2 to 4 p.m.
Mrs sol Silverman. honorary
president, will give the message ol
welcome, and special honor- will
he accorded to the oldest father
resident at the home
Program chairman. Mrs Louis
Makovsky, will introduce Frank
( asciloa. president. local 655,
American Federation Of Musicians
whose orchestra will present a
special musical program in hon r
,u the occasion, A special tribute
will be given to Casciola, whose or-
chestra plays frequent concerts at
the home for the residents.
Refreshments will he served.
Three Teachers
Are Honored
Mrs Ah in Sun a| e Mrs Rotn i
Rubins and Mrs, Milieu Fel
i bar. e 11 re, i
eveni in honor of Mi
h, mi- Pearl Biggs i
.:: i Meyers Hunt at the Bi
c: yne JSlementary sch
The three, teachers at thi
. : retiring thi en
st hoc! year, having gii
! ii nl century of servici
e'ren. Mrs. Marj HogenmulW
principal 'if the sch tol, former -t
denl and their parents, as well ..
[i |)ow-teachers, gather
homage and present i a
with a gift
Others attending were Dr .1"
Hall, superintendent of schools ai
) ; Anna Brenner lley< i -
.lack Gordon, of the l>.i -
school board
Local city officials whosi
dren were former students at
\ ice Mayor and Mrs. Malvin Em
lander, Councilman and Mrs Mi
vri .1 Richard. Judge and Mr- Mi
ton Feller. Councilman and M
Lee Howard of Surfside, Count
man and Mrs Fred Faulkner
Bal Harbour, and Councilman
Mrs Paul School of Treasure
i: nd
father's Day Picnic
A Father's D i> picnic a) Morn-
p will be held by the
Jewish retir
, | olice social organization, on
. \ .it io a.m Program will in-
le activties for children Mich
ael Altes is in charge of arrange
ments.
c .^firino dairy dishes a snacks
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(just as they always have)
NOW
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Gaining A Single
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custom. Anytime you serve, pick Breakstone's and enjoy the really fresh, creamy rich goodness "bargain
dairy" products can't duplicate. Dairy meal or friendly snack, make Breakstone's part of your good life toda\!
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day. June 15, 1962
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lurses Invited To Sinai Cotxse
I en pie Israel Sisterhood officers are rear row
lo right' Mesdames Elmer Levie, Edward
. ir:er. Frank Cole, George Graham, Jos-
Bulbin, Clifford Newmark, and James
Lewy. Seated
Jerome Halpern
ton.
loft to right i are Mesdames
Morris Green, and Fred Fen-
Temple Israel Sisterhood Officers
Map Plans for Coming Program Year
New i fficers and board of direc-
ol Temple Israel Sisterhood
. t first board meeting ol
year Plans tor the com-
ai plus orientation of now
i and board members, were
i the daj.
Sew officers are president Mrs
Graham; administrative
Miami Woman,
League Leader,
Off to Confab
William Dicks in, n< wly
(he Pli
\ nal Wom< -
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ars,
Dickson, ol
Miami, has li n bei Hi li< e
rk in hei
I hi Floi da Branch u Inch -'
- H. the State <>t Florida and
',i Rico.
M men Li a ue I the
ui ol Vmerica,
li i h includes 27 brant hes and
di> isions, is the parenl organi
' n for 760 Conservative Sifter-
i with .i membership ol 10
m the tinted si.iii Cana la,
'' tico and Puerto Rico
Dn her return, Mrs. Dickson will
report to the presidents of
thi Florida area al a meeting,
irsday, June 28, and to the
branch board on Aug. 23

Rabbi Attends
Nat'l. Convention
Rabbi Mordecai Podet, spiritual
i of Temple Judea, Coral
ii- will attend the national
vention of the Central Confer-
ol American Rabbis, to be
held in Minneapolis on Monday.
June is He will servo as a mem-
ber oi the conference's committee
"" theology,
WOULD YOU LIKE YOUR CHILDREN'S
OR GRANDCHILDREN S EDUCATION
PARTIAUY PAID BY TAX SAVINGS?
Write I. c. c o Jewish Floridian.
t-DH 2973. Main Potoffice, Miami
vice president, Mrs Joseph Bui
bin; vice presidents, Mrs Frank
Cole. Mrs Edward Melniker, and
Mrs James Lewy; recording sec
retary, Mrs, Jerome Halpern; cor-
responding secretary, Mrs Arnold
Rosen
Assistant corresponding secre
tary, Mrs Fred Fenton; treasurer,
Mrs Clifford Newmark; assistant
treasurer, Mrs Harold Davis: fi
aancial si, retary, Mrs. Morris
iii pen I financial se< re
ary, Mrs Richard Pohl; auditor
Mrs Sam Le\ enson
11 i j board men b< rs an
Mrs Jos< oli Narol Mrs Morris
(li ,,n ai ii Mi Jacob Born
Soul I -'l
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llman, Sydnej Wi i
i i.i, i ear directors ai i Mes
I Vdler Mmi >> V|
aum, Paul Barnctl Ji sie I assi
ioff, Id i.:> 'in n Rob( rt Gross
man, A J Harris, Irwin Harris,
[oward Hewitt, Jack Krause Wil
n.iiii Lee, l.i uis Mcndi o I ee
Meyer, .11i-.|>li Portno> Jer
ftado, Maynard Ross Robi
ell, Lewis Serbin, Periti
Stank-) Wolff,
Beach Girls Will
Get YU Degrees
Two Miami Beach residents were
in receive degrees at Yeshiva Uni-
versity's 31st annual commence
menl exercises on Thursday in
New York City.
The exercises will also bring to
,, close the universitj e year-long
75th anniversary celebration, which
was initiated In September.
Dr. Samuel Belkin, president of
the university, will preside and
confer honorarj degrees upon nine
distinguished leaden in the arts.
sciences and public life, headed by
the lien Avraham Harman, Israel
Ambassador to the United States;
is s.n Kenneth B Keating IR-
N v and Mayor Robert F Wag
ner, Jr., Of New York City
The two Miami residents are
members of the fifth graduating
Class of Stern College for Women.
the nation's first liberal arts col
lege for women under Jewish aus-
pices. Bachelor of Arts degrees
will go to Linda Aranoff, 1401 Ba\
id and Sandra Capita. -*10 W.
31 si st.
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De with
., sioi al nurses in
, omm i tj to plan a special re
. her course for them.
All inactive nurses interested in
bi ing brought up to dale on the
latest trends in nursing, including
improved nurses' techniques, the
newest types of hospital equipment
and their proper utilization, and
gaining information on the latest
in medications, treatment, and
other nursing procedures, are in-
vited to attend.
The informal get-to-gethers will
he held in Woifson Auditorium ol
Mi. Sinai at l" a.m 2 P m., and
7:30 p.m.. and no previous regis
tration is required.
According to Mrs Carmen F
Ross, director of nursing and nurs-
i education, there will be no
, harge for the new communit} sen
re ci urse which will include ap
proximatelj 60 hours of training.
Mrs Ross said that the hospital,
anxious to enlarge its own stafl
ui professional nurses, and willing
to render a service for profession
al nurses who wish to reenter the
field, will insure employment to
those selected on Wednesday to
take the refresher course
Should the need warrant it. the
i
!
. i ,r ther part-l
at M
Sir ii 'li"' i I !'" ''
bers ol the hospital's nui --
iiie stafl
',, inesd ..' I t '' 'her- will
include a tour of the hospital and
personal interviews. Interested
participants may either call Mt.
Sinai's Nursing Office for further
information or attend without pre-
vious appointment any oi the three
sessions on Wednesday
Lorber Chapter
Member Lunch
Lorber chapter. Children's Asth-
ma Research Institute and li -
Dital at Denver, will have it.- sum-
m r membership luncheon
Tuesday al the home ol Mrs. Fr< t
Sti ne 7400 SW 135th si
Swimming, mah jongg and i
games will follow h buffet lunch-
eon
Chairmen of the affair are Mrs.
David Dorfman, Mrs Robert Loeb
and Mrs Don Tilzer. Mrs. Marvin
Guberman is new president of the
group,
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Sigma Delta Tau Plans National
Convention Here Beginning June 23
Looking over reservations for the Sigma Delta Tau convention
here are (left to right) Mrs. J. Bernard Spector and Mrs. Marvin
Me it us.
Checking the calendar of Sigma Delta Tau events are (left
to right) Mrs. Charles Festinger and Mrs. Philip Lefkowitz.
The 21st biennial convention of
Sigma Delta Tau will open at the
Edeft Roc hotel on June 23. Sigma
Delta Tau is the national collegiate
sorority maintaining chapters on 28
campuses in the United States and
40 Alumnae Letw*s across the
country.
National council members, offic-
ial chapter delegates, and repre-
sentatives will make up the more
than 100 members who will attend.
1he five-day meeting.
Many events have been planned
by the local alumnae committee
Highlights of the convention will
be a speech by Hendrik J. Berns
on Our Last Frontier." a look at
Latin America, the Caribbean, and
the Alliance for Progress. The talk
is scheduled for Monday evening,
June 25 The dinner will also lion
i all SDT's belonging I i Phi Beta
Kappa, Mortar Board and other
campus honoraries
Another featured highlight will
bi the Panhellenic i n on
Tin
led by re] iron
all natu nal rities
It Maj A Bi i
iversit) will
i
Stones Othi i .. Is :-' Miss
Mar) !'. Mei
the University of
., rs i Dean Brunson's staff. Miss
Raj Sommer, Sigma Delta Tau na-
tional president, will preset'.: Dr.
Bi inson with special award "tor
her outstanding work with Pan-
hellenic at the University ol Mi-
ami."
Mrs. Phillip Lefkowitz, Miami
Beach, is national convention chair-
man, and Mrs. Charles Festinger,
Coral Gables, is her assistant.
Other members of the local com-
mittee are Mrs Gerald Smith, fav-
ors; Mrs. Milton Schermer. deco-
rations; Mrs. J Bernard Spector
and Mrs. Marvin Meitus, reserva-
tions; Mrs. George Jacobson,
courtesy; Mrs. Leslie Bukstel. song
book; Mrs. Donald Boudy. barbecue
party; Miss Brenda Brody, splash
party; Mrs Emanuel Goldstrich,
entertainment; Mrs Morton Grant,
arrangements coordinator.
Sigma Delta Tau".- national exec-
utive counciL-mcmber,*. are Miss
Kav Sommer. Baton Rouge. La.,
president; Mrs. Seymour Orner.
Chicago. Mrs. Norman Beck. Bev-
erly Hills. Calif. Mrs. Morton
Grant, Coral Gables. Mrs. Gene
Burke, Houston, vice presidents;
Mrs. William Katz. Chicago, admin-
istrative secretary; Mrs Irving
! Friday. June 15, 1962
Linderman, Indianapolis, treasurer,
Mrs. Charles Chapelle, Chicago,
secretary,
Along with its goals of hup
scholastic achievement and eth:, >l
slandards. Sigma Delta Tau spo
sors the Leah Kartman Memor.
Scholarship Fund at Brandeis I
versity, a blood research pi
at the University of Minnesota, an
aids the Multiple Sclerosis Foun .,
tion.
Locally^^the Miami Alumn
League has worked with Ila\
School for Mentally Retarded Chi
dren. The League has built
classroom, furnished a lounge, an
helped furnish a domitory
tags and auditorium. Mrs. Fr
Reis is president of the Mia
Alumnae League.
only HELLMANN'S
could do such wonderful
things for salads!
Roosevelt Group
Plans Activities
Mrs. Evelyn Mader will tell
Facts About Fallout" to members
of the Eleanor Roosevelt chapter.
B'nai B'rith Women, at a meeting
Wednesday evening at Westbrooke
Country club
Mrs. Mader I- an adull e lucation
ier with the Dade county pub-
lic schools, The Civil Defensi pro
gram is open to the public
New chapter officers include
Mesdames Robert Gross, presidi i
.... i a n Weil stein.
e m I Marvin Shoenb i
presidents; Jordan Matlm
treasurer; Roberl Sussn in Hi
:::. and Simon Spector, se<
David Benjamin s< i lini I
. Sheldon Wynne, hi
ian; Gert Davidson and Myron Rub
in. board members; and Hewitt
Weiss, counselor.
The chapter i- planing a summer
hoe down for paid-up members on
We tie-day evening. June 27. at the
nie Hickory Barbecue, 750] Bird
id. Elton Fdelman will present a
Fashions in Flowers" tribute to
summertime, Mrs. Alvm Wein-
Btein, membership vice president,
and Mrs. David Polow, co-chair-
man, are in charge.
Eleanor Roosevelt chapter is also
planning to send six delegates to
the District 5 convention of B'nai
B'rith Women in Washington. DC.
scheduled June 30 to July 4.
Delegates are Mrs Robert Gross.
Mrs. Isadore Sussman, Mrs. Mar-
vin Schoenberg. Mrs. Ben Stone.
Mrs. Alvin Weinstein, and Mrs
Hewitt Weiss.
Tonight, make your salad too
tempting to resist! It'sea.-\ with
any one of Hellmann's tanta-
lizing dressings French. ..Old
Homestead' French ... or
Italian. All three give your
salads fuller, zestier flavor .. ?
more enticing aroma. Try them
soon... with meat or dairy
meals. They're sure to become a
family favorite just like
Hellmann's* Mayonnaise!
?arfy for Niffef BB Girls
Hillel B'nai B'rith Girls held a
dinner party in the Deauville
hotel's Charlemagne room last Sal
urday evening.
Following dinner, the Barry Ash-
ton revue. "Vive! Los (iirls1" was
presented.
Marion Gordon was in charge of
reservations.
Try
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so aromatic
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SWITZERLAND
SWISS
CHEESE
Buy it sliced or in a big
tasty chunk today for
sandwiches, omelets,
salads, canapes ... for
breakfast, lunch, sup-
per and icebox raiding.
It's the one cheese
everybody loves for
true ta'am of Switzer-
land!
Ta'am
of
Switzerland!


Friday. June 15. 1962
+Jewisi FhrMiain
Page 5 B
Martin Raffs Wed
/T / O/O / f ^* Martin Raffs
<^fn fne r^ectlnt of ^5ocietu A* Diplomat
(_/ Miss Rochello Barbar
w. rn. t- Kahi
MRS. KtNNtTH SPfRBlR
W. mi. r Ku hn
y.RS. SANfORD YANKOW
Bride Chooses Alencon Lace
[Tie Algiers hotel was the Netting
i the wedding and reception of
usan Betty Shapiro and Sanlord
te Yankow on Saturday, June 9.
!,e bride is the daughter of Mr.
d Mrs. Nat Shapiro. 1815 No. 40th
. vc., Hollywood. Fla. Parents of
ti.e bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs.
rris Yankow, 3240 Galle Largo.
I'llywood, FU.
Rabbi David Shapiro officiated at
' evening ceremony. On their re-
li -n from a honeymoon in Nassau.
'< young couple will live in Coral
Gables.
N'ewlywedded Mrs. Yankow is a
. duat> of South Broward High
i d attended Florida College of
lical Technology. She is pres-
i tly employed as a medical as-
tant and technologist for Drs.
Kaufman and David Multach
No. Miami Beach, For her wed-
If you like
KREPLACH
Ravioli
IN SAUCC
just
heat
n
e
tl
You'll love
M
CHEF BOY-AR-DEE
CHEESE RAVIOLI
Hear family, guests, cheer for
that real Italian flavor created by
lamed Chef Boy Ar-Dee. Tender
little macaroni pies...filled with
tangy Italian Cheese...simmered
with savory tomato sauce and
cheese...seasoned the real Ital-
ian way. So much tastier and
asier than the frozen kind. So
nuch thriftier, toocosts only
bout 15c per Mrvingl
(iing she chose u white alencon lace
gown and was attended by Mrs.
William Halpern. matron of honor.
Mrs. Robert Sabra and Mrs. Sey
motir Levin.
The bridegroom, now attending
w. rnvr-Kahn
MRS. STtPHIN SHBERSTVN
the University of Miami is an
alumnus of South Broward High,
attended the University of Florida
and served in the U.S. Army as a
member of the Second Army band.
Dr. Robert Sabra was best man
and Seymour Levin ard David Rich
were ushers.
Miss Rochello Barbara Chariton.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Chariton. 2545 Flamingo dr.. be-
came the bride of Martin Alan Raff
on Sunday. June 10 Rabbi Leon
Kronish performed the evening
ceremony at the Diplomat Country
Club where a reception and dinner
followed
The bride wore a princess gown
ol -ilk peau de sou- and alcencon
hue with long sleeves pointed at
the wrists and a scoop neckline ac-
cented with the lace. Tne front
of the floor-length skirt featured
a sunburst of lac< and finely blurred
silk and the carriage back was
fastened with tins buttons and end-
ed in a chapel tram A silk pill
bi embroidered with lace and ed
pearls held in plan- (he multi-tier-
ed silk illusion veil
Maid of honor was Leslie Chari-
ton, the bride's sister and Renee
Chariton, also a sister, served as
bridesmaid with Ellen Winston.
Sharon Hertz and Carol Beckhofl
Her other two sisters. Debbie and
Cindy, were junior bridesmaids.
The bridegroom is the son of Mr
and Mrs. N Douglas Raff. 90 So.
Shore dr. Serving as his best man
was Robert Heller and ushers were
Joel Kreps. Michael Raskin. Rich-
ard Craikin and Robert Ad'.er. with
Bertram and John Shure as paces.
A native of Miami. Mr. Raff
graduated from North Beach Ele-
mentary. Nautilus Junior High and
Miami Beach Senior High. He at-
tended the University of Florida
' and will receive a degree from the
MRS. MARTIN RAff
I nlversity of Miami school of busi-
ness administration in August. His
fraternity is Pi Lambda Phi.
The new Mrs. Raff received her
early education in Charlotte. No.
Ca. graduated from Miami Beach
Soror High and is a member of
B'nai B'rith Girls.
After a wedding trip to Jamaica,
the newlyweds will live at 979 SW
10th st.
Noon Wedding
For Sperbers
Mexico City. Acapulco and Puer-
to Rico is the honeymoon destina-
tion of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth How-
ard Spcrbor Gone Beth Feldman.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Feldman. 1233 Marseille dr.. bo-
came the bride of Mr. Spcrbor in
a noon ceremony Sunday. June 10 I
performed by Dr. Irving Lehrman
at the Algiers hotel A reception
in the Rul aiyat room of the note!
followed
The bridi sisti r Judy Feld-
n an, served as her maid ol honor.
and her cousins, Gaby Cipolla and
Madeline Edelstein, the h d<
::, sisti rs, Iris Sperber and
Spet I i r, -: vi (I as brides
maids togethi r with Jill Granger
n Edelstein was flower girl
Besl man to the
: shall Gral Michai I II
Ronald Edelsti in and Steven
u ere ushi i -
Son of Mr and Mr- Al Spi rl
ol Woodmere, 1. I the bridegro: m
now an accountant, is a graduati
Lawrence High and attended the
University Miami His fratern-
itj I- Phi Epsilon Pi.
The former Miss Feldman be-
ll nged to the Gibson Girls Club
while al .Miami Beach High and at-
tended the University of Miami t n
two year-
Wedding BelSs for
Silbersteins
Miss Rosalyn Klein and Stephen
.Mitchell Silberstein were married
on Sunday. June 10, in a 5 o'clock
ceremony performed by Rabbi
Mayer Abramowiti al the Algii
hi tel. After a reception at the
hotel, the newlyweds left for a hon-
. moon in Puerto Rico On their
return, Ihey will l ve in Miami.
Daughter ol Mr and Mrs M
Klein. 910 Wi ave :ii" bi
.,. reembt tulle
with illusion nei nd loni
es for her i
Mrs. Anita Bi i n v. as matron
: [or in r sisti r and other
ti ndants were Eileen Nash and
Karen Silberstein
S a of Mr. an : Mrs Lee Sill
shin of New York City, the bride
im's best man .as his brother.
Sam Silberstein Larrj Perl and
Gar) Levin served aa ushers
The newlyweds both graduated
from the University of Miami this
month Mrs. Klein's degree is in
education. Mr Kleins major i- at
counting and his fraternity is I'i
1., mbda Phi.
If you've got a hungry family, you've got o Heini Vegetarian Bean
family. Waiting to be turned into a happy family. And hardly able to
wait. And hardly getting to work on those plates when already some-
one is saying/'More beans, please." HEINZ KosherVEGETARIAN BEANS.
Ivory lobol carrioi Hi* Q tool of approval ol tm union o oithooox jcwish conoicahoni o MIMIC* \ Qf ,


Page 6-B
*Jenisti fkrfdfcun
Friday, ]une 15, 1962
Miss Bonnie Dubbin Becomes Bride of Gerald Askowitz
1-V.iTI Sh.
MRS. GtRALD ASKOWITZ
r
Miss Bonnie Evelyn Punhin car-
ried her grandmother's Bible when
the became the bride <>t Gerald
a Askowiti en Sunday, June
the Carillon hotel, where ;i
eci ption and dinner followed. Rah
hi Mayer Abramowiti officiate
l < the ceremony, the bride
i -, i s lk i rganza gown embroid-
ered with lily-of-the-valley. A huge
p ui in the I ack was caught up
i lily-of-the-valley, and cascad-
ing ruffles fell from the pouf to
tin floor.
Matron and maid of honor were
Mrs. Alfred Vierner and Robin
Dubbin The bride's sisters and
bridesmaids included Mrs. Murray
Dubbin and Elyse Dubbin. Rise
Viencr was flower girl, and David
Dubbin and Albert Viener served
as ring-bearers.
Daughter of Judge and Mrs. Al-
bert Dubbin. 2651 So. Miami ave
the new Mrs. Askowitz attended
the University of Florida, where
she was on the Dean's List, and
graduated from the University of
Miami. She is a past president of
Delta Phi Epsilon and taught at
West Miami Junior High.
The bridegroom attended Miss-
issippi Junior College on a football
si holarship, is a graduate of the
University of Miami, and is now-
doing post-graduate work there.
His fraternity is Tan Epsilon Phi.
lie is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Al-
!.;; Askowitz, 360 Aledo, Coral
Gables.
Ronald Askowitz, the groom -
; -other, was best man. and serving
, ushers were Murray Dubbin.
Di Leonard Askowitz, Dr. Alfred
Viener, Larrj Lipdimsky, Sheldon
I. finer and Ronald Rosen. Sam-
Mi 1 Dubbin and Clifford Dubbin
v t re junior ushers
The young couple are on a tour
of Florida.
\\. rtit r Kahn
MRS. MAXWtll CROSS
Sherrill Katz
A June Bride
Rabbi Leon Kronish performed
tiie evening ceremony uniting Sher-
rill Linda Katz and Maxwell J.
Gross on Saturday. June 9. at Tem-
ple Beth Sholom.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Katz of Maplewood. N.J.. the bride
was attended by her sister. Fay-
ute Katz. and Charlotte Gerleer.
Barbara Drossnen and Myra Tur-
el served a- bridesmaids.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mrs Rose Gross, 445 SW 2nd St.,
i.'l the late Harry Gross. His
brother, Arnold Gross wj his best
man and ushers included Harvej
Schwartz, Fred Cohen and Bob
Ganado.
Both graduates of the University
Miami, the new Mrs Gross i
in w teaching and her husband is
with Gross Hardware.
Following a reception in the Gigi
room of the Fontainebleau hotel,
the newlyweds left for a honeymoon
in Jamaica On their return they
will live at 170 SW 12th ter.
William Shaws
In Nassau
A floor length gown of peau de
soie with headed neckline was the
choice of Miss Ellen Joy Goldberg
for her 1 o'clock wedding and re-
ception at the Seville hotel on Sun-
day. June 10. Rabbi Norman N.
Shapiro officiated. The young
couple are now on a honeymoon in
Nassau.
Attending the bride were Arlene
Braun and Mrs Jerald Balis, maul
and matron of honor, and brides-
maids included Naomi Sudnow.
J.me Safer. Arlyne Badanes and
Linda Wasserberg.
Parents of the new Mrs. Shaw
ale Mr. and Mrs Sidney Goldberg,
2580 SW 22nd ave. Now at the
University of Miami, she also at
tended the University of Florida.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs Milton Shaw, 235
Fairway dr. A graduate of Miami
Beach High, he attended the Uni-
versity of Florida and is now in
the medical school at the Univer-
sity of Miami. His fraternity is
Tau Epsilon Phi.
, Best man was Jeffrey Shaw, and
Robert Braun. Henry Goldman. Jay
Cooper, Paul Orseck, Robert Mar
cus and Donald Sabin served as
ushers.
New and delicious!

MRS. PAUL MARCHAND
' Kahn
L
MRS. WIIUAM SHAW
Marchand Vows
Exchanged Here
Nassau and Cape Cod will be in-
cluded in the wedding trip taken
bj Mr and Mrs. Paul Albert
Vfarshand who were married Sat-
urday, June 9. at the Deauville
hotel".
The bride is the former Tobi A.
V'endeland, daughter of Mr and
Mrs. Herbert Vendeland, 3733 SW
ki;ih ter. Parents of the brule-
groom ate Mr. and Mrs. William
Marchand. 24] No Shore dr.
The bride wore a full length, egg
shell white peau de sole gown re-
embroidered with lace and seed
pearls featuring long sleeves an!
a full train. She carried white or-
chids on the bridcgroonVs confirm-
ation Bible.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Shel-
don Dobkin and Alice Frankel,
Mary Jo Marchand and Nancy
Marchand were bridesmaids.
Best man to the bridegroom was
Mark Medoif and serving as ush-
ers were Murray Manaster, Walter
March and Sheldon Dobkin.
Both now at the University of
Miami, the young couple will enter
the University of Maryland in the
fall and live in Baltimore. The
former Miss Vendeland is an edu
cation major and belongs to Phi
Delta Gamma Council mtr! Alpha
J Epsilon Phi. Mr. Marchand will
attend the dental school of the
university. His fraternity is Zeta
Beta Tau.
ILNO
KOSHER
MRS. RICHARD TROOP
Sisterhood luncheon Planned
On Wednesday noon, the Dora
Stein Sisterhood will hold its i
illg luncheon at the social hall of
thi I-raelite Center. 3198 SW 24th
ter Mr- Aaron Bellinkoff and
Mrs Philip Richman are chairmen
Newlyweds in
California
Newlyweds Mr an! Mrs
ard Ellfot Troop who were m in
on Sundaj. June hi. are hoi i -
mooning in Califi rnia. Rabl
no Wallach officiated ai
afternoon ceremony held in the
Fontainebleau hotel' where
(i ption followed The coupll
home when they return v III be at
715 s\v 9th st.. Gajnesvilli
For her wedding the former \li-
Karen Lynn Shachat chosi
gown of white taffeta trimmed itti
imported lace, sequins and pear
[I featured a train and long sleeves
and with it -he carried white or-
chids on a Bible. Her attendants
were Ronnie Cramer and Mr- Ear
Smith.
Daughter of Mr and Mr-. Mil
ton A Shachat. 15210 NE 10th cl .
the bru'e is a graduate if Nor!
Miami High and attended the I'm
versity of Florida
Parents of the bridegroom an
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene M. Troop,
7520 Mutiny ave.. Treasure Island^
A graduate of Miami Beach High
' he is now attending the school n
' electrical engineering at the ft..-
versity of Florii
serving as his I I -I man was Har-
vej Meltzer and ushers were Alai
Troop. Marin Eisler, Bob Ma) and
Harvey Swadlow.
/Mrs. Biderman to Speak
United Nations Study Group of
Miami Beach will meet on Tues-
day, 8 p.ffl at the Washington Fed-
eral bldg., 1244 Washington' ave
Speaker will he Mrs Dorothy Bid-
(.man Mrs. Anna Weiss is chair-
man.
Sabbath
Dinner
Holidays
and every day
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Corned Beef, Pastrami,
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Flavor
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2181 N.W. 10th AVENUE
Phone FR 1-6551
Kosher your
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fowl with
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Kosher
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and baking get a FRESH NEW BOX of Diamond
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makes crispier salads
Ordinary salt melts fast, wilts greens. Not so with Dia-
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Do all your seasoning with
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fnday. June 15. 1962
vJcnist Fhridlian
Page 7-3


wS. AlflN BAKTfl
Afternoon Rites
For A!an Barters
Mr. and Mra Uan Bartel will
c iheir home in Gainesville fol-
lowing a hon< in Jamaica
The former Mis Dolores Norris
and Mr Bartel exchange nuptial
\ v in a mnl at' ernoon ceremony
,ii he Pub restaurant, where ;i re-
ception i lion ed Sunda). June 10
Ral in M n is 5k ip offii iate I
Daughter rf Mrs Alt] r Norris,
No. Shore dr and ihc la'.e
G \ Ncrris, the bride is a grad-
uate id Miami Beach High, She at-
li: de I ihi- Universi y ol Florida
re -he served as treasurer ol
!:. wlings dormi'ory ai nb< r <>i the Women's S udenl
Council,
The bridegrcom is the sen of Mr.
and Mrs Ra ph Bartel, 110 Wesl
: 8th t., Hia'.cah, He is an alumnus
i i Miami High, attended the I'm
versit> i Flori !a and will enter
ihe university's medical school in
the fall He is a past president ol
vl-;l>. pre medical fraternity
Given in m irri me b) her uncle,
Future Home In Wisconsin
***** *
W. II- I -K.ilm
MRS. CHUMS PIVtR
Ed lie Roskind, the new Mrs Bar
Itl was attended bv Miss Lois Slof-
kj Stanlej Bartel served ;is his
he -1 man.
Diane Irene Rudenberg and Lt
Charles Raymond Piver were mar-
ried Saturday. June 9th in the Bar-
K lona hotel. The ceremony, per
formed bj Rabbi Eugene Labovitz
and Cantor Samuel G imbei g "l
Temple Ner Tamid, was followed
by a reception and inner at the
hotel.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
uel Rudenberg, 8600 Byron ave., the
in ide i- a graduate ol Miami Beach
II; h and attended the University
nl Florida, where phe was a mem
bei ol Delta Phi Epsilon, natio
sorority. For her wedding she ?e
looted a sheath with an over skirt
ol siik or anza. 'I he tulle veil, but-
terflj effect, was held by a crown
of seed pearls and crystal beads.
She carried a white Bible topped
with white orchids.
Attending the bride as matron ol
honor was her sister. Mrs Stanley
Spencer, and Miss Leanora Weaner
and Miss Rita Schulman, acted as
bridesmaida
The groom, son of Mr. and Mrs
Dan Piver, 8851 Carlyle ave !
i !so ... each
Hifch and v ..... l
lie v as I
-ec nd lieu riant in the C
( .....- oj < i i aa lega.
Servii a Lest man was Herman
, ;er, D .-. and Jay
1 11 i ers
After a wed ripte the -
toast, the coup! >H live in M
son, VVis
Gcki Picnic
Is 5c">ec?u3ed
Nat'onal Je" i*h Civil S< r
Employei R ; ert K m r i liapter,
i- spot si ri a | ic on Su
I'unc 24. at Cr indon Park, pit N .
l. soft drinks will be -
but gu st> are expei te I to bring
their own fond
In charge of reservations are
Nat Taksier, Larry Schaffner and
Dora Mill.
The Absolute in Conntry-Club Pleasure,
K%
could be doing
at Westbrooke
...or this
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Tenn.s Baseball Movies
Shuttleboard Ping-Pong
Fencing "SWIMMING POOL
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Classes Diving Water Shows
Splash Parlies FOOO -N DRINK
FOR FAMILY AND FRIENDS Snack
Bar Dining Room Banquet Hall
Cocktail Lounge Poolside Bar
Cabana Service ENTERTAINMENT
Dinner-Dances Fashion Snows
Bmga, Chess 4 Bridge Show
Nites PRESCHOOL AGE ACTIVITIES
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P< -e 3B
+Jmls9-nt*Hton
Friday. June 15. 1962
7,'.MAN OF THE WEEK
It was Di
H
Evi
irr .
D cander Bobbins,
Then l>
and ma:.
- im be lot bii fami : and R U
Eight tnpi to
be officei to >k their babies
RUTH
It i- ,i h< rd lil" and
i in admit' hi tund
wife Ai toon a-
.'.- the ex|
. to the movii > took them along.
r to accept ind to do the
ild ; if 'he ice melted in the
make ebox on the hottest of days or
: .. pa kui caw to ut oa
; n ,,..\ i >o Ruth .ira-luat-
. ;r.r. North estern University where she
i i in o I then worked profession-
her field She met Al at i
<, .*h one <>! iternity
He .- hed hei oil her feet and
ll mi a good thing she mar-
loctot bet i- i be got pneumonia on'
i m, and ipent most ol it at the
Ambas ador hotel in Honolulu with nurses
i lock Wl et b< ttei thej went
on to Hawaii, and then back to Miami Beach,
where \i had been pi Finally, the
.,,, over, Ituth settled down to being a
ir's wife.
It i!,n'l only the doctor who hai to be a
dedica ed his wife must be one t h>.
.he wife must be patient and understanding.
it difficult at first, but no* she is truly a doc-
. ,. ho !. he did PTA work, she
i*t reallj like Bui nov l in be told because Dick graduates this
tek Iron, ihe Univerait) 1 Michiganand will go to New York Med
School,
\ ;;.!- president of Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood, active in Bran-
t nivcrsitj National Women's Committee, and National Council ol
i,h \\ men, Kuth is always in lemand ai arrangements chairman
chaii mi n ol the dayany day.
Ruth i- an avid reader, and th-- night that Al goea to the fightshe's
Boxing Commission MI)-she nets so interested in the book before
thai she doesn't even watch television to see if his tie is on straight.
;o to football gameshave been titting in the tame -eats tor
Her two menfolk love 'o eat. and it seems that Ruth la always
I pping and cooking A ipendid cook, Ituth excels in thatas in any-
ti :>g she undertakes.
* *
FLAGS FLY. BALLS ROLL AT WESTVIEW COUNTRY CLUB
A Golf Tournament during the day and a buffet dinner at night
wai the way that Westviev. member^ spent Memorial Day. Everyone
i, out ai droves to iee the trophies given out Casual clothes were
rder. Stanley and Jon! Tate were there with Jack and Norma Games
Si and Helen Somerstein. At President and Mrs. Ferd Meyers' table
were Ihe Philip Wexners and the jack Brantmana and the Meyers' son,
.i. mea, and his bride Aaron and Marcella Kanner, Sidney and Sylvia
l tcourt, Carl and Esther Weinkle, Stanlej and Martha Myers, the
i ..is Spitzcrs, the Abraham Molaskys, and the Jack Daners all were
hi ini a grand time
BLACK CATS AND BROKEN MIRRORS
Neithei Norman n Ro all Vrkm arc superstitious II was their
......ith'.vtddii they celebrated three times. That's
in,i on the anmvei u p ip r thej went bowling together since
ir.-1 was the openn I ll r bowlin lea ue The next night,
I |hi \rkin clat a hotel for dinner and the
i re show. Th Son and Rosa i i the Gigi
,, Kontaineb th Burl and Jackie Hall That is
rating lor t i Thej av B >i and Polly de
i m, i ih Mi VIi Ben Gaines sittii .i table.
en lookini la mot
* -*
A NEW ROLE
\t tlic i' rai l Bon I 'nner I Mrs
i m e in Span ;Icd Banner "
, n pod that no ild hvai hei
i, ii i' cai
Sharon Press
Now Mrs. Parnes
The chapel at Bct.h David was
- the wed ling of Miss
and Laurence Alan
Rabbi
nan N Shapiro and Cantor
William Upson officiated at the
> afternoon ceremony wh;ch
followed by a reception in
SpeCtOf Hail
Parents of the newlyweds are
Mr and Mr- Gilbert Press, 11 Se-
.ilia ave ar.d Mr and Mrs David
E Pan 13 I University dr
1h<- bridal gown of chantilly lace
."
and see :" itured a
I
chapel length train A ct
,,i jeed : eld < bouffant veil
of trench illusion tulle
bouquet was ol
ruses
The bridegroom sister Miss
Virginia Parnes vas marl of hon-
i r. and Mr- Edward Parne mat-
ion ol honor. Bridesmaids were
Mrs Alan Sevitx, Mrs Richard
Feingold, Miss Harriet Rifas I
Mis- Judi Hodor. Mr- Robert
Markowitz and Mr- Stephen
Kneapler attended the bridal v.
Best man to the groom w
her. Dr Edmund Parnes, and
serving as ushers were Arn ild Au
Al Capp, Stephen Kneapler.
Stanley Newmark, Daniel Ostrow-
\\. rm
Knnn
MBS. LAURtNCt PARNIS
ky, ROSS Sandier, anil Jay Press,
Lher Of the bride
The new Mr- Parnes will grad-
. ite from the I'mv. rsitj "I Miami
.. Feb 1963 She is a membi r ol
Alpha Lambd i Delta. Kappa Delta
nd Phi Kappa Phi.
Werner-K i n
M$. ARM HtRTZ
The bridegroom graduated ft
the t niversitj of Miami s<
business and ser I
,i- an officer in Phi Laml la Ph.
After .i honej m ion
Bea< h th" youi g pi .....
ii; < es
.i
tt..
m i
' )
<.
ii
both
Beni Meyers led the
ll was a firs' Anna
- e fee I h il she

SCUTA SMALL QUARTERS
Kich.i (l and Chris K lock by J. cki pi him into
It ir vat ation. 'I hey vent to Fontana
Jortl.....rm I al he I h Sm kit s rhey lefl Patch
lalma! oi with a bl c i .ith G M iri ie Mrs Aaron)
ner Mi.....I* ometinu i baby sittter and
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i a im he n i Kir : j Country Club for Pal Mrs .Martin)
i The three clever hotesses were Mrs Bernard Wexler, Mrs
tin Pnlmei and Mrs Marvin Rauiin. A gorgeous centerpiece In
hades ol red flowers was flanked b) two red babushka Dower I
.i |. -in|i The hostesses each won- the same red babushka.
i jce cat veri llttla fal men who looked jusl like Khrushchev Silly
with clever poems were fun to see and hear The three hostesee
put ii | ther a scrap book about "My Trip to Russia." it was worth
i ting through. Amoi | the [uests were sue Mrs Bernard) Stevens,
D i\ i\iis Peretzl Schetnl.....g Joanne (Mrs William) Lehman, Gladys
. Myron) Cowan, Harriet Mr- i irrj Singer, Beverly (Mrs. Jay)
Kilak. and Edie (Mrs Sam) Stark Pal is so excited thai -he la walk
on air she baa beet iding every book that -he can find on
L*rael, because she'- going there, too And she'll be meeting Marty
n Viennathai Is if she hasn't swooned away from excitement.
Miss Kopelman Now Mrs. Hertz
Mr and Mrs. Arih Jack Hertz will
make their home in Muncie, Ind .
following a honeymoon in Concord.
S Y The former Esther Jane
Kopelman and Mr Hertz exchang
, i nuptial vows in an early even-
ing ceremonj at the Deauville hotel
on Sunday, June 10. Rabbi Joseph
Narol officiated.
For her
chose a full
wedding, the bride
lenuth ivory peau de
ioie gown with reembroidered
alencon lace and bell shaped skirt.
Her sister-in-law. Mrs. Donald Kop
elman was matron of honor, and
! ridi maids vere Bah- st< mere* i
and Sona Rosenl rg
S ii ol Mr and Mrs I i Hen .
i Mupcie Ind the
man was his father and
lug as us'nr- were Jack Kopelm
Bernard Kopelman. Donald K
elman and Mark lief/
Parents of the new Mrs ii.
are Mr and Mrs ll I K ipelm.
1421 Garcia, Coral Gabies.
The new lyweds both attended I
ciiana University where Mr. Her!
was a member of Sigma Alpha Mu
and Skull and Crescent
Sandra Shapiro In Wedding Rites
mm.
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MAWICC ftlfDlANO
Sinai Women
Plan for Future
The newly-elected board of Tern
pic Sinai Sisterhood attended a
plenary session at the home of
Mrs. Nat Borrok. vice president,
1990 So. Hibiscus dr., Keystone
Point, on Tuesday
Plans lor the year 1962-63 were
i issed, and work plans an.
records turned over from the out
going to new officers and chair
men.
Formal installation will take
a a later date when Mrs
>,im Lubell. who has. been elected
president for a second term, re-
turns to the city
Sisterhood members are actively
i in recruiting campers for
Temple Sinai Daj Camp which has
all types of new equipment and
swimming pool avaiable. Sam
p'leischer i- camp director
Members will continue to spon
sor the Oneg Shabbal follow mu
Friday night services throughout
Ihe summer Mrs. Huth Myassan
is chairman of the committee
Given in marriage by her father.
Sandra Harriet Shapiro, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel W. Shapiro.
4325 Adams ave., became the bride
of Maurice Friedland on Sunday.
June 10. Site of the 1 o'clock cere-
mony was Temple Beth Sholom,
with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiat-
ing.
For the nuptials, the bride se-
lected a street-length gown of
white silk organza featuring a fitted home in Miami
bodice of embroidered eyelet or
gandy and a peter pan collar The
skirt 'a.is bouffant and the sleeves
pouted She carried her confirma-
tion Bible.
Maid of honor was Ellen Sha
piro, the bride's sister, and Karen
...id Marilyn Sorin were brides-
maids
A graduate of Miami Beat h Sen
mr High and the University ol Ml
ami, the new Mrs Friedland is cap
tain of the university gold team.
.id won the club champion hip at
Bayshore golf course
The bridegroom is the son ol
Mr. and Mr- Leonard Friedland
lie is a gra luate ol th-- University
ol Miami and a certified public ac-
countant. He serves as advisor to
Beta Sigma Rho fraternity
Serving as best man was Dr. Har-
vey Resnik, ai I groomsmen were
Michael Schneider. Herman Sonn.
Harold Becker. Dr. David Taylor.
and Bernard Jaffe. Alan and Hal-
oid Shapiro, the bride's brother.,
served as junior ushers.
Attending the ceremony, recep:
ion and formal luncheon which to
lowed were Mrs. Feierberg Of
Chicago, the bridegroom's maternal
grandmother, and Nathan Hure
witz. the bride's paternal gram
father.
After a wedding trip to Mexico,
the young couple will make the r
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POP concert season of the
I'niversil '>f Miami opene i
al Miami Beach Auditor-
hi: v h Jesus Maria Sanroma as
!. lying opening mghl
.. |rs n ir ild Stone wearing
...' ml ;:'.: .-hiii sheath.
1 print neater in gold and
ran.- topped her dress. Mrs
i'.,\i Sernacker chose a -;lk
sheatl m a caie au lall i
were in orange
Mi \ii i\ in Richard selected i
tottoi dam ik print. Charcoal
fei ired [lowers were
ield i : v.::::,' Her I;:'.' I
s nto ired w nh asym-
the neckline
I. ar. the -kirt a pencil
sheat A whu sweater with ap-
of the same fabric as her
i the ensemble,
linen the choice <>f
Mrs e irman in a sheath
skirt -i i : i tailored over-
blouM Mis R ie Dubin chose a
black -ilk sheath with a modi-
fied i .rtrait neckline ami over-
-./ ce ap;>Uqued pockets on
her .- rt.
Vi ersity >t Miami Symphonj
mam ber, M.- Marie Volpe, wore
;, cirnamonc '.ired silk crepe
sheatb, An overblouse of chan-
ulh .ce was caught in the front
with a matching colored satin
ro* Mrs Albert Pick selected
a ch; coal -iik with mint green
trim etailing her moditied sweet
heart neckline and repeated on
her abort sleeves. Black chiffon
was ie choice of Mrs. James
Hitz. Her bodice included bands
of n row horizontal pleats, and
her ?-:rt was softly full. An lm
portc lace stole was worn across
her .-: oulder-

MRS. Herbert Levin wore a long
eeved sneer white shirt-
waist A brilliant red contoured
cumierbund gave her dress a
.-.plas' of color. A sheer import
ed v le in navy blue was worn
by Mis. Henry shier. Hand tuck
ing v j use I in the pleats of her
lull irt at- I again, on the cuffs
of h-r bra length sleeves
Her cklil tut into an open
dian id and outlined in
copper Cop
per-colored accessories completed
her ei semble. 'I lie classic shirt-
waist was born by Miss Roxanne
P illot, in a summer) looking mel-
on color.
Muted nile green was the choice
of Mrs Robert L. Shevin. Her
fitted bodice featured the drop-
ped waistline. Broad double
leats in both the front an I back
ol her -kirt gave it the controlled
mil. ess of the "A" silhouette.
Wachs, Lazarus
Dcrble Ring Ri
Mrs. Sylvan Holtzman wore the
popular hopsacking in a black
suit. Her closed jacket was hip-
length and cut into the box line.
Mid the sleeves were bracelet
length. A beige-colored silk suit
wa- worn by Miss Carol F.vans.
Her hip-length jacket featured
unusual tailoring in the collar
Flamingo colored raw silk was
the choice of Mrs. Lee l.undy.
Her three-piece ensemble had an
(.pen chanel style jacket over an
overblouse with pink, white and
mOSS green stripes in a horizont-
al pattern. Visiting from Johns-
town. Pa., Mrs. Morns Holtzman
chose a black eyeiel sheath with
i scot pel neckline and jei but-
tons
MRS. <". David Schine's dress
was an im;> rted white rib-
I on lace in the shift silhouette.
Pastel flowers were appliqued in
! i uquel arrangements. Ciam
pagne-colored silk organza was
worn by Mrs. Mildred Bowers. A
full-length theatre coat with el-
bow-length sleeves was over a
sheath which featured a pattern
of silk embroidered wreaths
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MRS. JACK SCHUITZ
u .--.- i- Kal '
MRS. MARTIN OS/WAN
Peau de Soie for Mrs. Schultz
-**$
A double ring candlelight cere-
mony on Sunday, June 10, united
Miss Andra 1. Wachs and Harvey
I. Lazarus at the Seville hotel.
.'her.- a formal dinner followed.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz officiat-
ed.
For her wedding, the bride se-
lected a traditional gown of white
im| orted chantillj lace with high
neck, Queen Anne collar and tilted
bodice. The long sleeve- came to
v. list punts, and the very bouffant
-kirt extended to a chapel train.
A crown of matching lace and
pearls held the French illusion
veil, and she carried an arrange-
ment of white orchids, stephanotis
and white roses,
Daughter of Mr and Mrs. Mor-
ris A. Wachs, 17211 NW 9th pi.. No.
Miami, the new Mrs. Lazarus is a
graduate of Miami Beach High and
attended the University of Florida.
Her sorority is Delta Phi Epsilon. ,
Parents of the bridegroom are;
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Lazarus,
1300 Cleveland rd.. Miami Beach.
A graduate of Miami Beach High.
, the groom is now attending the
University of Florida, and is a
member of Alpha Epsilon Pi and
Pi Sigma Epsilon.
Michael Lazarus served as best
man for his brother, and ushers
were Joseph Kruger. Earl Zissman,
Maury Locke and Sheldon Tash-
ir.an.
After a honeymoon in New York
City, the newlyweds will live in
\,> Miami Beach.
The former Mis- Dena Konter
.,: ,1 Jack Shultz will live in Miami
when they return from a hoi
moon in Nassau. 'I hey were mar-
ried Sunday. June 10, at Coral Wa>
Jewish Center where a reception
followed the ceremeny Rabbi
Samuel April officiated at the early
afternoon nuptials.
For her wedding the bride chose
:, gown of pure silk peau de sole
The basque bodice was designed
with an open neckline and applique .
with imported hand drawn alencon
lace and embroi ered with seed
pearls. The soft skirt was high-
lighted with the lace and fell soft-
ly to a chapel train.
Maul of honor v as A '1-
man and brid< smai were Di
K minsky, Roz Bower T
Ke--!er The brid< 's sister. S i
K- nter, served as junior br:
Best man was Howard Galbeft
and Michael Konter. Mel Allen, I I
e and Stanley Konter were
ushers
Daughter ol Mr and Mr- Ph..
Konter. iTL'n SW 8:h ave., the i
Mrs. Shultz i- a gra uate of < I
G bli Hi'h and attended the Ura-
vi rsitj of Flori la. Her husban I,
grandson of Mrs Rose Schuffman,
R462 SW 4:h st.. also attended
University of Flori ,
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A musical comedy revue has been
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Mike Feldman is directing the
revue, which will be scheduled for
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August. Si.i Pasternak is in charge
of props, and Irv Simons will
handle sets.
Among those participating are
Herb Green, Ken Feldman, Mike
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Saturday, June 9. Westbrooke
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evening ceremony performed by
Rabbi Morris A. Skop. Following
a reception at the Club, the newly-
weds left for a honeymoon in Nas-
sau.
A full length gown of peau de
soie with appliques of lace and
seed pearls was the brides choice
for her wedding, and she carried
white orchids on a prayer book.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Stanley
Blumin, her sister-in-law, and at-
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Friday, June 15, 1962
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On MoneyCToen
\ licr broth-
. !: trlene
and M in Victor Keil
I vows on Satur-
U.y, Jura 9, al in Casablanca
Rabby Henrj i of-
d at lh< 8 o'cli i k cer< mony
. :i v : i iwed i y a reception
In h< tel.
Daujhler of Mrs William Rao-
,. | .i; NS 23rd ave., the
'ride is an alumna of Miami Beach
i the Universitj of Miami.
she is m. r.b i ol Gamma Sigma
:i and Aipha Lambda Delta
nd 11 I as AWS counselor co-
. ,,! r !' > Shaberman was
her maid ol h nor.
im i- the >' ot Mr
Mrs William Keil, 700 14 h st.
He is ..n electrical engi leei ing siu-
ent al the Universitj oi Miami.
Serving as his best man was San
lord L. Glassman
For their honeymoon the young
< uple arc touring Florida
WPS. PAUL KALOS
Linda Easron Wed
In New Jersey
: in v an I P iu'
I n Kalos were married s in-
ream ck Jew
i- Community Center, Team k
: aughter ol Mr and Mrs. Louis
l- toi 5 il Je oi i dr Coral
( >les the bride is a graduate (if
l al 'i.ibli s High where she was
In her sop ho-
mi < year she received t ho Welles
kj College Alumnae Award. She
is ow in her junior year al Welles-
I. legi and was named a
Wi i. ej College Scholar at thi-
yi r's Honors Daj Convocation.
ridegroom is the son ol Mr.
ai Mrs. Simon Kalos of Freeport,
LI \ graduate oi Cornell Univer-
sal and Harvard law school, he i>
presently a practicing attorney in
K( i York City.
Sister ol the bri le, Miss J
I. ton as maid ol honor, and
v Naomi Kalos, the bride-
gloom's sister, Miss Abby Binger,
a >s Peggy Levine and Miss I
In Mivitz were bridesmaids.
r man was .lames Purcell and
Si ,-ii as ishers were Ri bert Leb-
Robert A Zeiger, Stephen Em-
i i n and Harrj Hashmall.
'.fii r a honeymoon trip to Ber-
ii.. la the young couple will
ii Sew York Citj <\ here the bi
attend Barn a r College
KISS BARBARA SACtR
Barbara Sager
Betrothal Told
Mr. and Mrs Maurice Sager, 2026
SW nth tor., formerly of New Hav-
en, Conn.*, an I Port-au-Prince, an-
nounce the engagement ot their
dau| hter, Barbara Irna to Lawrence
Bruce Rosenblatt
The bride-elect received her
early education in Ham and is now
, senior at the University of Flor-
ida, she is a member of Alpha
Epsilon Phi.
Sun n| Mr. and Mrs David Ros
e iblatt, 2J81 '.'oral Way. formerly
I Chicag i, the prospective bride-
groom attended the University ol
Florida, where he belonged to
\ii ha Epsil n Pi, and will enter
ihi school oi dentistry at Me
College ol Virginia
Southwest Center
Sets Installation
Newly elected officers of the
Si uthwesl Jewifh Center will be
ailed at a joint ceremony Sun-
! ii e 17 al 7:30 p.m.
Chairman of the even' is Mrs. Al
Blen and Ral bi Maurice Klein will
-ii\e as installing officer,
Refreshments will be served,
dancing and entertainment will
follow the ceremony,
New officers of the Center arc
Milton Miller, president: Al Blen
and Jerry Simms, vice presidents;
Jack Grusby. financial secretary,
and Harold Rosenfeld, treasurer.
5 ,n the Sisterhood will be
Mrs, Nat Lurie, president; Mrs.
Jerry Simms. Mrs Abe Waldman
and Mrs. Hyman Sootin. vice pre
airiit-; Mrs. Harold Rosenfeld re-
cording secretary; and Mrs David
Greenberg. treas irer.
David Siegel and Nat l.urie are
president and vice presi ent ot
the Men's Club.
ff.RS. :VAT LURC
heal
r-Kuhn
MRS. MtLVIN KlIL
AZO Installs
Officers Here
Tie following officers of the
Miami chapter, Ladies Auxilia >
ha Zeta Omega pharmaceutical
fraternity weir in-tailed at a
luncheon, May 24, at the Pub res-
i rani
Jrs Sidney Satin, president;
"Mr- Dave Glaser vice president;
\ h irrj Ratner recording c
retarj Mrs Albert Levtle, c ir-
r>-bonding secretary; Mrs Sam
Rockwc'! Oz.a
Naomi f pc!liqht
\ i slee Ferdi, local attorney
red by the Fion ... e i
partment, Jewish War Veterans.
spoke i n George Lincoln Rockwi ll
:ul the American Nazi Party at
i mi etin i Mi ntrav e< enii g of the
up of Miami chapter of
Hadasah held at the Westbrooke
Ci untr> Club.
An pen discussion followed Fer-
Abrah u is and his ukulele
President of the group i- Mrs
Alvin Burger, and Mr-. Arthur
Gros-man was in charge of ar-
ements,
Rutkin, treasurer; Mrs. Gilbert
Press, sunshine: Mrs Ed Susel, ser-
_ ant at-arms.
The fraternitj will support one
student at the University of Flor-
ida college of pharmacy this year
New Officers at
Dade Heights
Dado Heights Jewish Congre
on and Sisterhood officers and
heard members will be installed
uuring Friday evening services
.vith Rabbi Harold Richter officiat-
ing |
New Congregation slate includes
Sen Shapiro, president; Paul
Mitchell and lly Cohen, vice pres
h;.....-, 'hai Kramer, financial
r ,'i ... s lig Miller, treasurer;
i> Weinstein, recording
eueUry; Mrs. Marvin Kritzer,
'orres] oi ding secretar;
- -,: hoi I i. cers are Mrs. Mor-
ay Kay, president; Mrs. Norman
.inch. Mrs Ralph Gerstenfeid,
Mrs David Zinn and Mrs 1I\
Ireenspan, vice presidents; Mrs.
Jerry Sonenschein, corresponding
cretary; Mrs Harry liau-mal
retarj ; Mrs. Harold
Kaufman, recording secretary;
Mrs. Leonard V'rieslander, treasur-
i r
'American Luau' Saturday
Temple B'nai Snoiom Sisterhood
i sponsoring an "American Luau"
. n Saturdaj evening al the Carous-
el motel. 19041 Collins ave. Mu ic,
entertainment and dancing will be
included in the program. Mrs.
I (A I.eon is in ell.il^e Ol reserva-
tions.
Thrifty Market
Plans Expansion
i
One of Mi imi Beach's i
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fate
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The ultra modern new unit al
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large as the pi -senl sti re, cover
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An hi'ei M in Bi ol D
E Britl A isociates drawn up
the I lui prints I nod I ti| wil
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New president ol Ihe Department ol Florida I idies" Auxiliar.v ol
Jewish War Veterans is Frieda A. L*vine, assistant secretarj ol
Seaboard lite Insuranci Companj of America She was named at
state conclave held at Deauville hotel Joseph Ya.iich, senior lield
representative of the local Israel Bond organization > :: to New York
with two of his four children to attend Bar Mitzvah of a nephew, soi
of Rabbi and Mrs. Walter H. Plaot. Joe's slater is n the spir-
itual leader of famed Temple Emanuel <>f Gr-at Neck. Long Island.
Mr. .Hid Mrs. Harry Yar.ieh. parents of Joe and o! Mr-. Plant, also
made the Miami-Great Neck trek Joe a' one time directed Hadassah
Medical Organization's community relations in Israel. Sid Srhwarti mo
relation) is hack on the Job as Florida state manager texcluding Great
er Miami) for Israel Bonds, following a Slight heart a'tack Sid's set
new records with campaigns in Tampa Hollywood. Orlando. Palm
Reach. Jacksonville and throughout the Sunshine Stati
Austin and Janis Burke will lie dinner hosts Saturday at the Foil
tainebleau's Gigl room mow open to the public) for Mr. and Mrs. Scott
Moere and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bonneau. Moore's president of Aim r
ican National Hank cl Ft Lauderdale and Bonneau is general manager
ol the Broward Saks Fifth Avenue store We hear that little ol' Burkej
is again toying with the idea ol running lor Beach citj council His
brief appearance last year pepped up things Cliff A. Straus pens a
hue that the Jewish Theological Seminary office here will operate on
a limited basis over the summer hut will he open full time from Oct
l 1962 to .May l. l;<;:t. with the former Mt Sinai Hospital fund-raising
i mon continuing a- southeastern regional director.
Secretary of Labor Arthur J. Goldberg was the speaker of the
evening at the 55th Founder's Day Convocation of Dropsii College for
Hebrew and Cognate Learning last week, with Salo w. Baron, profes-
sor of Jewish history a! Columbia, and Goldberg ean.;:i'- honorary de
prees Mr. and" Mrs. Leo Robinson spending a feu days in New
York Bav Harbor dcsiuncr Harry Linsky moved into Chicago's new
Imperial Inn for a few days to supervise final decor touches before
official ribbon cutting American Air Mail Society. 39th annual
convention will he held at the Seville hotel June 29-30 More than a
million dollars in rare air mail stamps and envelopes will be exhibited
Hadassah s energetic Florida chapters discussed possible sponsor-
ship of a cruise on a Zim lanes luxury ship during a state executive
meeting this week Myra Liss reports the success of the two huge
chapter, here Miami and Miami Beach has spread throughout
Hie state with the number of visitors to Israel soaring since opening
of the magnificent Hadasaah-Hebrew University Medical renter .
\ call to civil rights organizations for a prompt, direct attack on the
problem of substandard schooling in Negro "ghettoes" in Northern
< ities was issued at the Wth annual meeting of the National (onference
of lewish Communal Service at the Ambassador hotel in Atlantic ( ity
Spi aker was Joseph B. Robison, of New York, assistant director ol law
FOcial action of the American Jewish Congress

Jack D. Gordon 1:;:- been crying for lo these many months to take
,i-.,. control ol school funds a .aj from teachers, principals andthe
a| schools Such a routine administrative step would have
I ,hc ,,.. ortunate Miami Beau ident
. |s American Techni. i Societ) publu chieftain
Davd C Gross reports that tin Haifa Technion will make available to
. American firms a luals planning to invest in Israel s ex-
,stria] ci mplex Ihe mil facilities of the M I l ol the Mid
Dr. Stephen S. Kayser has joined the I mversitv ol Juila
iewisn rheological Seminary's West Coast branch, as director
the visual arts department ol the universitys newly-establishej
s | ine Arls. He shifts over iron, lo years a- t irator ol the
I Jewish Museum in New Y. rk Zvi Eadan. aggressive and
well-informed director .1 the Israel Investment Authority here, is
! idway with his program for a new town in the Negev.
Brandeis University s jraduates seem to be almost all honor stu-
young Malayan who three years ago believed he couldn I
; arid v ewed the l S.A through Little l. asses was
. | Sunda5 as a member of Phi Beta Kappa a bolder of a
Harvard fellowsh'i i as a firm believer in Vmerica Hi bow-Thong
Leong, on. of more than 150 i n students attending B under
v-sWicn to the Leonard Wien. 1 ..national
.larship Program Joan Schwartzman,
,. rei pie Beth Am uged with offers t author and pi
skits for -arious .mm ..a' en ips after success cf -' cOwing
n, Kendall ca Congratulations to Dr. Herbert1 Baum-
oard, who was I '"' new "tie while hu i held
L. .: "1 Park Bob Newman presulei
eth Vm, is the new Southeastern regional president v.uoi....
erati.....>l Tempi. Brotherhoods, winch is the men s Reform
oi the Union ol American Hebrew t ongregations

Lee Howard, popular Surfside councilman and former vice mayor
joined ullh Milton Mamber, veteran Miami Beach attorney**j
Savage, Beach Insurance executive. Morton M. F.sher buildei and
Hnancier, Dr. Thoma. Carney, North Miami Beach phj siciai. w ho
heads the Metro Water Board, and Harold D.amonc- president o. la
Site Corporation, a North Hade and Ft. Lauderdale budding organize-
lion to gain approval for the new County National Bank of North
Miami Beach. It will open within four months. n.ltinnai ,i0
Hank Meyer scored another triumph by tending a national td*
vision show for a roller skating competition to be held ,n Miami Beach
in November Beach councilmanie fever continues to mount fol-
OwVng narrow defeat of the group system Picture won^tcle.rjrtd
Wo.fie Cohen. Mel Richard, D. L~ Powell and M.rci. Lrm.n decide
OH whether to seek reelection Popular support lorPl *rand former
Mayor Harold Shapiro, Jo. M.l.k. H.I Hertz, Ted Cohen and Walter
Lebowitz much in evidence._____________________________._______
Rabbi, Cantor To be Guests
Sediick Named
Sa'es Supervisor
For Mt. Nebo
N supervisor of sal"-, for Mt
Nebo Cemeterj i- Nathan Sediick
who was appointed b\ the board
ectcr as ol M j l
Sedhck has been associated with
Ml N I o for 'he i is1 IQ years in
a part-tin sales i apacity.
Mt. Nebo h.is embarked on an
ex*endei caoilal investment pro-
gram now under way, utilizing
clans drawn uo bv Frederic
Strcsau and Associates, leading
landscape architects in the
cemetery field.
This plan envisions the opening
of new sections of the cemetery
and their overall beautification.
'With the support of members
id the sales staff Henry Rosen.
Bernard Rubin, Bernard Young.
Elsie Riv. ra and Sydney Bergman,
we will continue to keep our serv-
ice and counseling at a high level."
Sediick said.
"Mt Nebo is reported to be one
of the most beautiful Jewish ceme-
teries in the country." he added,
and with the addition of the new
sections know thai Mt. Nebo
will continue to be an outstanding
park, dedicated to community
service."
tiA.tiaN SEDIICK
Coral Gables Lodge ol B'nai B'nth.
Sediick lives with his wife, Fannie,
at 221 SW 48th ave They have
three sons. Jay. Earl and Barry.
and one grandchild. Jeffrey Brian ter at Capo Canaveral
Newsmen Elect
S.rger President
iami chapter of Sigma I" Ita
hi national journalism soct ".
held its annual out v- at I) i l
Hotel and Country Clul on Sunday.
Over iimi local radio, televisi >n
md newspaper people attended the
dl day outing, climaxed by the
i cietj'.- installation dinner.
Those installed wen Larry Bir-
. r business editor oi the Ml
News, president; Fred Sherman,
real estate editor of the Miami
Herald, v ice p r e s i d e tl I J >hn
Bhulte, vice president of Newman-
Shulte. public relation- secretary:
and Vem Williams, stall writer of
the Miami News, treasurer.
Guest speaker was Brig. Gen.
Harry J Sands, jr., vice comman-
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Friday. June 15. 1962
'Pop' Specter's Dream Now a Reality
Spoclor Hall, the new addition to
Heth David Congregation, will be
formally dedicated on Sunday The
(cession will be a milestone in the
Jives of Samuel J Specior and his
wife Mary, for whom this will be
lhe realizaUon of a lifelong am-
t :!ion.
At the dedication ceremonies,
ti'bute will be paid to the Spectors
Stanley C Myers, program chair-
man. Participating in the program
vill be Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
I th David spiritual leader; Phillip
Sihiff. past president of the con-
gregation; Cantor William \V. Lip-
I :.. and Rabbi Murray Alstet who,
. spiritual leader of Beth David
. rs ago. welcomed the Spcctor
family as members in 1925.
As a boy in England. Samuel
Spector visualized that Mime aj
many years of dedication to
.L.daism would culminate in the
erection of a suitable edifice to
live as a crowning tribute and in
the sharing.of his good fortune with
the community
On September 1. 1909. the Spec-
ters landed in New York. Spector
was then 24 years of age. and they
were the parents of two children.
With the help of the Hebrew Immi-
gration Aid Society, they headed
II rthward to Boston. Spector con-
sidered himself fortunate to obtain-
ing a position as a carpenter at $.42
;:n hour.
Ten months later, he was pro-
moted to foreman, with a pay in-
crease of $25 per week. But this
hardly stilled the pangs of Spec-
ter's industriousness. After 141
months, he went into business for:
himself. He progressed from year
to year, and soon there was a fam-
ily of eight children.
Miami beckoned Still under 40.,
and with an amassed fortune of [
almost a quarter of a million dol- \
lars. Samuel Spector arrived in';
Miami in September. 1925 His i
first great undertaking was the
erection of the $308.000 Coral Gables
Arcade bldg.. which still stands at
Ponce de Leon blvd.. off of Miracle
Mile.
He was reunited with his fam-
ily a year later, at which time he
joined Beth David Congregation.
Misfortune struck on Yom Kippur
Eve. 1926. when a hurricane inflict-
ed $40,000 worth ot damage to the
Arcade bldg.. for which he car-
vied no insurance After the storm,
he sheltered and fed over 100 wom-
en and children at his own ex-
pense.
He enjoys the distinction of hav-
ing served-on the first City Com-
mission elected in the City of Coral
Gables, which was incorporated in
1927. The new city donated three
Parcels of land, with the proviso
that a synagogue be erected there-
on. The city commissioners per-
sonally pledged money towards the
project. Unfortunately, three years
later, the land was returned to the
city for lack of financial support.
The area had been hit by a post
hurricane depression, which lasted
until 1932. The 30 to 40 Jewish fam-
ilies in the Gables were financially-
unable to carry out the project of
erecting the synagogue.
Spector. not easily discouraged,
started all over again in 1933 by
building houses on a liberal policy
for prospective purchasers, encour-
aging and enabling them to pur
chase a home with a very small
down-payment. This was in the
days before FHA.
Beth David Congregation has al-
ways been an integral part of the
Spector family's way of life. Spec-
tor has been on the board of di-
rectors and the board of trustees
since becoming a member. All of
his children were Bar Mitzvah and
Bas Mitzvah at Beth David, and
all family marriages have taken
plat* at Beth David.
The elder Spectors' philosophy of
contributing financially, spiritually
Howard Barlow
On UM Podium
Sunday Evening
I .'. famed music di-
r i ra io at tele sion, will
I I conductor for this Sui
- L'i oi "' mi Sum-
mer Syi ircl Pops
i :" : : i ; :., I
i Bead \ itoi turn.
. ..: ov. n fi r h'.s
i:..: appeal TVs
i- credit) d with
hanging ym| iii< music to mill-
ioi [he early
: ; dio in' ta least :..
Mr Barlow's program, second in
' t irri of summer con-
certs rill opi V'ei Tn
1 : Scene from the opera
ai foil a with Borodin's
'" c," which he has ar-
: 11 orchesti
Program will also nclode "Ca-
prieio Espagncle," by Rimsky-
Kersakoff; Overture to the "Mer-
ry Wives of Windsor," by Nicolai;
3rofe's "Mississippi Suite," ar.d
Tchaikovsky's "Nutcracker Suite"
-d the Finale to Symphony No.
i.
i be heard in two
i i. i rom the
operatic a
i .' non bj Thon
...
i tet Blue Gown.J by
Mus-
ic." b) and I'll
; You leredil
', Wan."
I is many yi
com Mi-
nphony M -- Will-
i it at
i I : -
HOWARD BARLOW
tirst Summer Luncheon
Temple Israel Sisterhood will
hold its first summer luncheon and
card party on Wednesday noon in
the Wolf son auditorium.
Camp Menorah
Special Program
This year for the first time Camp
Menorah will have a group of 9
to 10-year-old boys and girls, in
addition to the full program for
i !u! ,ien from 3 to 9
The older children have a ip
vised athletics and swimming pro-
gram, as well as Hebrew Lnstruc-
will also be a cot n
r-in-traii program for ti
The camp i rogram will be under
in ][erzl Hoi
i i T mpli M
iah. und< r the guidance ol Ri
mowitz.
The children hi Hi brew
songs and bl and Jud .
11 th< through art
(...! :. dances, drama! u -
and the weekly Kabbalat Shabbal
Camp activities include all sports
Crafts, dancing an I dramatics
conditioned rooms round out
the program Well balanced kosher
lunches arc served.
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MJGUST BROS Ryt
', Is the BEST'
and morally to the enhancement
; and growth of religious and civic
jrganizations has become a Spector
tradition. Their children and
i grandchildren have inherited from
them the acceptance of th:- grave
sense of responsibility. .
Some 50 years after arriving in
America. "Pop" Spector, with the
support of the entire Spector clan,
initiated the project which would
translate his boyhood dream into a
reality. He had been affiliated
with Beth David Congregation for
36 years. Iieth David was now
"bursting at its seams."
"Pop" recognized the serious sit-
uation, and offered to erect addi-
tional facilities. He would con-
tribute $200,000. if Beth David Con-
gregation would make a similar
commitment The challenge was
met by the leaders of Beth David,
and in due time plans were drawn
and ground was broken.
These facilities, completed in Au-
gust, 1961, include a ballroom of
some 7,500 sq. ft., which adjoin*
the main sanctuary. This now per-
mits the entire membership and
their families to worship together
under one roof The new building,
which is centrally air-conditioned,
also features 10 additional class-
rooms, a 175-seat chapel, a library,
and modern offices.
The structure was completed at
a total cost to the Spectors of
$260,000. which was in addition to
the services rendered by "Pop's"
construction company. Spector &
Sons.
"Pop" Spector summed up this
contribution by stating: "The
hands, hearts and souls of my en-,
tire family are symbolically re-;
fleeted in this building."
Stephen Boyd and Dolores Hart are featured in "Lisa," sus-
pense drama, which portrays the fliqht of a liberated ir.mate
of a Nazi medical experimentation center from Holland through
the countries oi Europe to reach Israel. Now shewing at the
Carib. Miami, Miracle and 163rd Street Theatres.
"Lisa' Absorbing Wometco Fare
The trite but too often true com-
ment, "the book was better than
the picture." should be reversed
by viewers of "Lisa" now showing
at Wometco Theatres.
Although following the story line
cf the best-seller. "The Inspector."
in the main, the changes made
served to strengthen what was al-
uady an absorbing drama
The theme concerns the efforts
of a Dutch police inspector. Steven
Boyd, motivated by his feeling of
guilt acquired when standing sil-
ently by during the seizure of his
sweetheart by the Nazis during the
war. to assist a former inmate of
Auschwitz to reach Israel
Dolores Hart, at "Lisa," turn*
in a fine performanceparticul-
ly in the scene as the human
guinea pig undergoing medical
experiments at the hands of Nazi
doctors at the eoncentration
camp.
Humorous performances by Hugh
Griffin as a smuggler in Tangiers,
and Lew McKerr. depicting the
Dutch barge captain who assists
Lisa and the Inspector tc reach
Tangiers. did much to lighten what
otherwise could have been a mor-
bid drama based en the Jan de
Hartog novel.
The beautiful photograph-, par-
ticularly of scenes in Holland, adds
much to the picture's enjoyment.
-S. T.
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As a gift to sutiicribers, The Jewish Floridian will present free
far trie askirg a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah.
Requests should be addressed to "Corsage for You," P.O. Box
2973, Miami 1, Fla., one month in advance. Include the name
of the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and place of the ceremony,
home address and telephone number. The corsage will be
forwarded to you courtesy of Blackstone Flower Shops in time
for the occasion.
L
ion from Rabbi Shimon Azulai.
Mark plans to continue at Hebrew
High
The Kiddush following services
and a reception and dinner in iT/j
veiling at Beth Torah will be in
the Bar Mit/vah's honor.

Robert Grumet
Temple Judea will he the site of
[he liar Mitzvah of Robert Alan,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry C.rum-
ct. 1231 Malaga ave., (Oral cables.
.hi Saturday morning, June 16 Rab-
bi Mordecai Podet will officiate,
Robert is a Hebrew honor stu-
dent and a seventh grade student
,i Ponce de Leon Junior High,
where he plays drums in the band
p ,; nts ol the celebrant will
it the Kiddush following serv-
-
Frances S^dle
He v. ill be I'.:'- Ml 2
sen
Tilerth Jacob on
; i ibi 1 e Heim of-
Da i '
- lie 590 N'W '. 1:: 11
er ';"'>'
.,, honoi sit ee the Ten \<\<- as
inized o\er 12 years ago
An eighth grade student at Hor-
Mann Junior High where she
Jeffrey Goldwasser
Iir Irving Lehrman will officiatt
tin liar Mitzvah of Jeffrey. got
Mr and Mrs Gerald GoldwaSfl
and grandson of Mr and Mrs
ex Goldwasser, on Saturday
truing, June 16, at Temple
manu-El.
i.tli.y is a seventh grade stu-
nt a-. Nautilus Junior High He
.i mi mber of the band, treasurer]
In- home room and is on the
venth grade varsity volleyball
..m
\ luncheon ::i h;- honor will !>
I .,: the A giers hotel following
. rvict -

Edward Gadel
.; ii .I Mrs Saul
im Bar Mi'/\ aft
i ii e
alion "> eh i I ih Mosh

ituJent at N Miami
cell ml has atti
hool.
. ...
st the K
nor.
Mark Yaeger
; z\ : Mark. -or. ol Mr
,1 Mi-. Mo, Y Ii or. and gra I
n oi \ir- Gussie Hess, will be
lebrati d Saturday morning, June
ii at Temple Kmanu El l>r lrv-
D Lehrman will officiate
A seventh grade Student at Ida
M Fisher Junior High, Mark plays
axaphone in the school band He
ISO bowls and water skus
A reception in his honor will be
held in Sirkin hall following the
ceremony and a dinner at the Eon-
Minebleau on Saturday evening.
Jane Rothstein
Friday evening services at Con-
jugation Yehudah Moshe will in-
clude the Bas Mitzvah of Jane,
laughter of Mr and Mrs. Joseph
Kothstein on June 15. with Rabbi
Sheldon Steinmetz officiating
A student at l'opiel religious
school for the past five years, the
celebrant will receive a certificate
.: merit from Henrs Gilbert, pre
. ent
Following services Janes par-
ents will host the Oneg Shabbat
Mark Barnett
Mark, son of Mr- Ida Barnett,
v..II become Bar Mitzvah at Beth North Dane SOCIOi
rah on Saturday morning. June
C with Rabbi Max Lipschitz of- North Da, chapter. B naj B nth
. win rvaooi Women will have a membership
^seventh grade student at North social Tuesda, evening a, the home
,iami Beach Junior High, the COle- of Mrs Arthur Ilorw, 141 N .
rani attended the Hebrew Acad 175th St No Mum, Beach 1
: s Washington. D.C.. and on Robert Brown is In charge of ttu
Miami Beach, receiving his educa- affair. ^_____________
Jeffrey Goldwasser
Mark Yaeger
Frances Seidle
Charles Kramer
Mark Barnett
was on the A-B honor roll this
semester. Cookie,'* as she is
known, is also a very promising
painter. She has been an honor
Student at the Temple'- religious
school for five years and plans
t-> continue her studies.
Her parent- are each serving a
second term as president of the
Temple and Sisterhood respective
" A reception and luncheon will be
held in the social hall following the
ceremony
gious school, he will enter the sec-
( nd year of Hebrew High in the
tall
"*ie Bar Mitzvah will be honor-
ed at a Kiddush following the cere
mony on Saturday and a reception
and dinner at the Seville hotel on'
Sunday.
*
Steven Epstein
Bar Mitzvah of Steven F.-ptein
will take place at Temple Beth Am
on Saturday morning. June 16. with
Rabbi Herbert Baumgard officiat-
ing,
Steven is the son of Mr and
Mr- Bernard Epstein, 921 Placetas
ave (oral Cables.
The Bar Mitzvah attended Betf
Am religious school. Following
summer camp in HendersonviUe,
N.C., he will attend 1'once Junio-
Reception luncheon tor 100 w.1
honor Steven at Westbrooke Coun-
try Club on Saturday
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Charles Kramer
Charles, son of Mr and Mrs. Jos
cph Kramer 500 ME 173rd St., No.
Mia ni Beach, "ill become Bar
Saturdaj morning, June
,1 Beth Torah Congregation
i Max Ar Lipschitz will olftc
iate,
\ i Miami
Bi ach Junior High, where he i-
a n ,he cele
biant was ed the American
Legion School Medal for i utstai d
achievement in scholarship,
ership and service, when he
Iated from Sabal Palm Ele-
mentary school last year
A graduate of Beth Torah s reli
Edwin Pont
Is Top Student
Edwin Pont. 13. son of Mr and
Mrs. Harold A. Pont. 2101 SW 4th
ave.. an eighth grade student at
Shenandoah Junior High, "as top
Student in his class for the second
consecutive year.
On the honor roll every month
for the past two years. Edwin also
won an honor letter, highest schol-
astic award in Junior High, and
was presented with a certificate
for excellence in citizenship and
a music letter for his ability on the
violin, which he plays in the school
orchestra.
A class representative to the
Student council. Edwin was a re-
cent candidate for president of the
council.
At Beth David Congregation,
where he graduated from Hebrew
Junior High, he was an A student
for eight years, and won an award
foi perfect attendance for that
same period. He also received a
certificate for excellence in Hebrew
studies.
Edwin is a talented singer and
has appeared at several local
functions. His mother is the for-
,,,,r Helen Chalkin. of Charleston.
So Car. The Ponta also have a
daughter, Lyn,
Ciments Honor
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Friday. June 15, 1962 k*1sl> th>rkfkyn Page 13-A GEMS OF WISDOM Li God permeates the universe, I r law has found its way among I mankind. — JOSEPHUS. • • • cnpturti likens the Torah to to fire, and to water. I three, it is free to all. I Ml HI IV • • i offered thf Torah and none but Israel RABBI YOMANAN. • • • Cod r e died the 11 % %  IUI •' I ecci pti M. if not. let mrn. rw MI D nua neon •?* naia p3i? •IP? •[•-s'7 nr"n IT nntin cyn' ^ narina n^p? .vV"i7?2 TVI^J ny 1 ? ,l ?Hxn toa ^osn nr? miian nx T 1 T T : V_/M *yAc rCealnt V^y $& D'-IS?J7 yv^sr. ,rrtito rttfa • : v T v T : I -n |Q D-IVX (29) run/TV) vyf$ rnvr^fj rraiocrn •?:? inan^a nx nnxnan nxini ,tffh^ nirvn oyn .K^asn irrytf* *?# rriixiaaa ioa lip. ffi"9$99 *nf paa rrtnan oTai ,ntf">! aaog nnari aa 1 ? .p.??. .a 1 ? ^n if gi nV nrreg rrrttfO ^f n-jpjn -rnx as? Drai .D-anfe D-a-ia Q^xin %  WJ ^ao nirnis nrnix .nsiTX3 nx T t T c*a.atfin atfx atf D'OI • T V T V V T ran 1 ??? -a? DTVI ,aao atf u si!rr atf naxam anntfn • %  T : • v T \ : 1 I HI "V 1 ? H] D'X^Ol iS-)X3 ,]p>X 133 aODn ^f m T i3B3 .D'atfwa noian rn TW %  T • VV I l*i • I V (jvaVi rvnar ma riraina) T n T it .* TRANSIAT/OW The Menorah Adjoining the Knesset Building Adjoining the Knesset building in Urusalem in the middle of an attractive garden stands a giant Menorah five yards high and more than four yards broad. This Menorah reached Israel from England as a gift of the Briti>h people to the Jewish people in Ii-rael. The Menorah was made by (he sculptor Benno Eikan. The Menorah weighs five tons and has on it 92 illustrations from Jewish history—''lustrations that Sand< i — • — BETH EL. 5O0 sw i/tn ave. Orthodox. R.ibbi Solomon Schiff. KM,!.,. %  .;i". p.m. Saturda> • JO .' m Svrmon; "Prow i formation." BETH EMETH. Conservative. I I vi:. p.in 12250 NW 2nd ave. By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX Why do we affix a Mexuiah to th doorpost? Basically this act is a fulfillment of a Biblical commandment which .aid "And thou shalt write them (these words) upon the doorposts ol thy house" (Deuteronomy 6:9). The commentaries mention at I least three motives for this requirement. Some authorities con-; sider this a means of protecting | the home from evil spirits tRashi-j Menachoth 33b; Zohar Deuteronomy 246a). A second motive, in some meas-. ure similar to the first, claims that | the Mezuzah signifies that the Al-1 mighty protects the house from general physical harm (Jerushalmi. Peah, Ch. 1.) A third opinion: claims that the motive of the Mezuzuah is to remind the indivi; j dual of the presence of the Al-1 I mightv and his obligation towards him (Sifre. Debarin 31) (Maimon; ides. Laws of Mezuzuah) Sefer Hachinuch 42 • Why do people place their hand on the Meiuiuah and then kiss their hand when passing through a doorway which has a Meiuzah? The "Maharil" is quoted v j s jj put one's hand i n l '"|.|ll... I'M' %  I %  "I This p>s 1S pnpwei in CO I operation u'lth the Spiritual Lead I trs of the Greater Miami Rabbin i cal Asjn. RABBI MAX A. UPSCH1TZ Coordinator Contributor: RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF Gem* of Wisdom Saturday B:!" %  %  "' BETH ISRAEL. 1300 Prairie ave. Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman. — • — BETH JACOB 301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamcr.es. hilila> I'.'" >.iti>i'i:i. • %  %  ') BerPi I .. %  !! il %  : 'on." BETH RAPHALL J!> NW 3rd ave. Orthodox. Jal.us Sapero, president. — • — BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky. BETH TORAH. iwin si. %  •"d NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschiti. Canter Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. Kn,Li\ •'• I P Satuida) v %  • •< '" KB i Mitsvah Mark, son ol MrIda Rnrnett: .."'1 rharli -. aon of Mi ."i Mi Josi I'll Kram< r. CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abrinam Strassfeld. — • — CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER Conservative. 8755 SW 16th st Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. %  OADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONORS' GATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Ricnter. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Organlwitu-n or Community. Consreaatloa and Mtnerhood offlecfa and board member* will be Installed. Saturday 8:10 a.m. Sermon: "Portion of the Week." FLAGLER -GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi. Conservative. Hyman Coverman, president. Cantor Geonge Goldberg. Friday s l'"i I'uli'it KI"'M. KM Mil i Hemhel Brooke formerly • %  < Congregation Avlgdor Menachem, New .jof"• Saturday 9 a.m. Cantor Mar<-nb-inMarblny will ehant the liturgy. FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU -EL. 1801 E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton. HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th St. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross. HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CONGREGATION. 555 W. 49th St.. Hialeah. Reform. Rabbi Marius Ranson. HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. Friday 6:0 i'" Saturday v IS •">. — • — KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid av. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Minna | Cantor Abraham Seif. Frldaj 6:45 p-m. Baturday v %  %  '•• %  a.m. Sermon: "Deserving our Blessings." FROM THE TALMUD ( 01 NSEl REGARDING CHILDREN Sukkah, ; VV< -'.. uld -lot say to a child / it'ill _:•., you lomethmg. ami later change OUT mind. For this teaches the ihilu 1 to lie. Shabbat. llh Touch not my Messiahs, namelji in-, anointed one*, the children at .. hool. Sanhcdrjn, 91h. ii, u-ho d< iu • %  • child religious him of his innentance. • Kiddushin. Mb. The • • ~ he memorj | and whenever %  m it shall be with j eneram i, •.it. I19b. T'i, world itselj resu upon thr breath of the children in :ne schooluse, 1 Mezuzah as he leaves the house and to ask for Divine protection and guidance. The practice of then kissing the hand is traced to the famous Kabbalist Isaac Duns. As to the reason for this practice, many claim this to be a manifestation of devotion to the Mitzvah of having a Mezuzah. • • • Why is the Mexoiah (the written scroll of parchment) placed in a container? This practice is traced back at ltast to the Gaonic period. The tradition behind this practice is linked tO the care given to the holy scroll of the Torah which is not left uncovered bul idraped with a covering so as not to be defiled or soiled and so as to be shrouded ^i'h reverence. MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION. 1101 SW 12th ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstsin. lYidiiv •'•!'' p II Saturday s:S a.m. Sermon: "PrleStly Benediction." — • — MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern Traditional. — • — OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr. Orthodox Rabbi Phinaas Weberman. SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645 Collins avs. Cantor S. Nachmias. SOUTHWEST CENTER. e43S SW tth st. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. i -HI. iv i i". n.ni Sermon: "• ontemporary Benedictions." Saturday I a.m. Bar Mitsvah Donald, son ol all and Mrs. '<• -''• n• — TEMPLE ADATH YFSHURUN. 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor Abraham Reisman. — • TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr, So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. CantoCharles Kodner. Prldas >:30 \> m. Followed by a debate on "Medli are" with Pr. Edward x s, against, mil John Orr, former State R< pn sei tatlv<. In favoi Saturdaj ll IS a.m Har Mitsvah: Steven, .,.„ 0 | Mi and Mrs Bernard Epsti in TEMPLE BETH *E~L OF HOLLY' WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ava. Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. — e — TElviHLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland Hall. I1BS9 Sc Dixie hwy. Reconstruetlonlst. R a r i i Morris Skop CantiHerman Cottlieb. • -EVLE BETH SHOLEV si Holywood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative. Rabbi Samuel Mendelowit*. — e — TEMPLE BETH ShO'.OM. 4144 Chase ave. Liberal. Rat/bi L*n Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. — e — TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabb. Henry B. Wernick. Pridaj 6:30 i'.m. — e — TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Waahlnoton ave. Conservative. RabW Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler — e TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 1tth Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. — • — TEMPLE JUDEM. 320 Palermo ave. Liberal. Rabbi Mordeeai Podct. Piiihiv vl-"> |im. Installation of Temp|, officer? ai.il 1-oard. Sl.--terhood and Brotherh I officers. Saturday 10:30 a.m. Bar Mitsvah: Robert, son of Mr. and Mrii. nry Orumet. — • — TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowiti. Cantor Edward Klein. — e — TEMPLE NER TAMlu. 80th at. and Tatum Waterway. Modern T>adi. tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Samuel Gomberg. Saturda) v 43 s m. Sermon: "Thd Pant Tear in I:. :r..si • %  t." At 6 p.m. %  Bar Mitsvah Ricky, >-r\ of Mr. an.l 1 Mr-. Edward \ % %  tch r — • — 'TEMPLE SiNAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Frlda* B 13 i'ni Pulpll guest, Rabbi) Henri Shwarts, of the Temple otl Ub< ral Judaism Orli — e — TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Cantor Albert Glantz. I .... v 30 p.m. Sermon: ''Our Fa^ i;.'.i oneg Shabba! h"st i BlaterhiHid, In honor "f fathers of the rongi %  %  batui da> 9 a in Sermon; 111. Portion .'f the Week.'' e TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Leo Heim. Pridaj ;S1S p.m. Sermon "And Thnu w. Pan Saturdaj 9 a m. Ba Mitsvah Frances, daughu i ot Mr. and Mi bamui i s. idle. TEMPLE 2AMORA. 44 Zamora ave. Conservative. Seymour Hinkes, can. tor. — e — TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th st. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wanman. — e — YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Stcinmetz. Cantor Maurica Nau. Frldaj v.-, p.m. Sermon: "t^fferlngs and Atonements." Bas Mitsvah: .lane, daughter Of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rothateln, Saturdaj 9 a m. r.ar Mitzvah Edward, son Ol Mr and Mrs. Saul GadoL — e — YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 at. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. CAHDUUGKTING TIME 13 Sivan — 6:59 p.m.



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Page 16-A +Jmlsli rtcrktiar Friday. June 15. 19G2 General Zionist Unity Needed, Dr. Neumann Tells Gathering President John F. Kennedy meets with a delegation of American Jewish Committee leaders to discuss a wide range of current issues, including ctvil rights questions, problems of discrimination, and the infringement of American citizenship rights by a number of foreign countries. Um to right at the White House gathering are Jacob Blaustein, of Baltimore, AJC honorary president; Gov. Herbert H. Lehman. AJC honorary vice president; President Kennedy; Irving M. Engel, AJC honorary president; Louis Caplan. of Pittsburgh, AJC president; and John Slawson. AJC executive vice president. Jewish Art' is Debated in Israel By Special Report JERUSALEM Is there any *ense in which a work of art can >e consWwed Jewish? How does n artist'* Jewish background affect his wsrt? What is flw responsibility of the Jewish artist toward the continuity cf the Jewish people? These are some of the questions l.eing asked this week in a discussion of "The Jewish Commitment in the Creative Arts" during subject. The panel is part of a three-day conference between top Israeli officials and leaders of the American Jewish community. Israeli leaders slated to address the conference included President Itzhak Ben-Zvi. Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion, Education Minister Abba Eban. Jewish Agency Chairman Moshe Sharett. and Philosopher Martin Buber. The American delegation is led by Dr. Joachim Prinz. president of among other items, the reciprocal influence of American Jewry and Israel and the position of Jews as a minority community in the U.S. and as a majority in their own country a unique '•dialogue" between American Jews and Israelis being held!th c American Jewish Congress. Iiere under the auspices of the American Jewish Congress. Composer Marc Blitxstein, painter Jack Levine, theatrical producer Harold Prince, and choreoflrapher Anna Sokolow have joined with leading Israeli figures in the arts in a freeswinging panel discussion of the Optimists Breakfast Optimist Club of Miami Beach held a breakfast Sunday, 10 a.m.. in the Deauville's Richelieu room. Bill Weiss was in charge of arrangements. JERUSALEM (JTA) •'There is nothing more important for the ^.ealth of the Zionist movement than unity in the ranks of the General Zionists the world over," Dr. Emanuel Neumann said here recently in an address to the world conference of the Confederation of General Zionists which he heads. Delegates representing 32 groupare meeting here to consider reports submitted by the Confederation's World executive. Principal item on the agenda is the question of unification with the rival General Zionist confederation headed by Mrs Rose Halprin and Dr. Israel Goldstein. Resolutions en such a merger adopted by the latter group last month at its meeting in Amsterdam were debated and found unacceptable by the group headed by Dr. Neumann. The Amsterdam resolutions were considered by the conference here as laying excessive emphasis on negative slogans rather than on compromise proposals. Dr. Neumann in his address said that the split in Israel eaused by ttte formation of the Pro, gressive party In 1941 was "• | tragic error with disastrous consequences" and, at the same time, causing the breakup of the | United Confederation of General Zionists. He said it was hoped that the fusion of the General j Zionists with the Progressives in i Israel would open a new chapter ( of reconciliation among all General Zionists and thus "we issued last year a call for unification." He stressed that unification was still possible on the following, terms: 1. Acceptance of a com-1 promise plan of establishing a Zionj ist body in Israel distinct from the Liberal Party; 2. Constitution of a reunited Confederation providin* jit will function within tR* frame i work of the World Eionist Organi | zation 9hd be concerned with Zion I ist tasks exclusively without be| coming involved in the domestic politics of Israel or any other court i tr > • Assuming the acceptance of such ; a formula as a basis. Dr. Neumana declared: "We are prepared to stand by our compromise proposal whereby the Israeli General Zion ists will be represented in the United Confederation not through the Liberal party but by a separate i organization to be formed for pure ly Zionist purposes." One unique feature of the "dialogue." Max Youngstein. chairman. s.-id, is that it was not intended to dial "with Israel's financial needs or the philanthropic responsibilities of U.S. Jewry but rather with social, political and cultural issues of mutual interest and concern." The conferees are discussing. NORTON TIRE CO. MAIN STORE: 5300 N.W. 27th AVE. Open 24 Houres and All Day Sunday. 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Page 4-A +Je*ist tkrtMam Friday. June 13 1962 "Jewish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv. Israel RAY U. BINDER C orrespondent Publtshd every Friday slire 1927 by The Jewish FlorldUn at 1"0 N E. Sflxth Street, Miami I, Klnrlda. Second-Class Tostatte Paid at Miami. Florid*. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish WeeKly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service. National Editorial Assn., American Assn. of English-Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida Press Assn. The Ji Floi Idian di • nol ruarantM th< KaahruUl ..f Mi.raerchandiw dv< !• i In SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area One Year $5 00 Three Years $"000 Out of Town Upon Request Volume 35 Number 24 Friday, June 15. 1962 13 Si van 5722 Federation's Annual Meeting Saturday The Greater Miami Jewish Federation holds its annual meeting here Saturday evening. Nominated to succeed A. J. Harris as president is longtime civic arid Jewish community leader Sidney Lefcourt. In addition to electing officers, the meeting will also introduce to South Floridians Dr. Henry King Stanford, new president of the University of Miami, who takes over his duties on July 1. That the annual Federation af!air should serve so important a unction is a tribute to the concept Df Federation as the central comnunity-planning and fund-raising Drganization of Greater Miami ewry. Among those in the highest ;chelons of Federation leadership are men prominently identified with the University of Miami in the capacity of trustee and Citixens Board membership. The two institutions are thus uniquely tied in a spiritual relationship dedicated to human betterment. It is this relationship which will be highlighted at the Federation annual meeting Saturday — not alone with the appearance of Dr. Stanford, but principally through an expression of the ideals for which Federation stands. Year-end reports will be given on the progress of the humanitarian endeavor in which the Greater Miami Jewish Federation is continually engaged. While these reports may be expected to dwell in part on Federation's efforts in behalf of the community here through philanthropic support of its local Jewish affiliates, they will also suggest the overwhelming need for funds abroad. United Hias Award These funds, apart from the gigantic tasks to which they are applied in Israel, also go a long way toward facilitating the vast immigration programs of Jews throughout the world from places of oppression to new homes in other lands — homes promising them better ways of life. It is fitting that immigration needs should be a highlight of the annual meeting this weekend, for Federation will be a recipient at the meeting of a United Hias Award. Coming here to make the presentation is James Rice, regional executive director of United Hias in New York, the historic organization devoted to worldwide Jewish immigration except in Israel. The award will cite Federation — and Greater Miami Jewry — for their efforts in behalf of Jewish refugees, who have arrived here in large numbers since the emergence of the Castro Communist regime in Cuba. Thus, a mere 90 miles from South Florida's shores is a cogent if painful example of the ongoing migration needs of Jewish communities throughout the world. And Greater Miami symbolizes a segment of Jewry's united philanthropic effort to meet these needs. Those taking part in the annual meeting Saturday evening will, in the presentation of the Hias Award and in the introduction of Dr. Stanford, have the unique opportunity to observe Federation's role as a part of the total South Florida scene and as a spokesman for th highest principles of humanitarian enceavcr. Catt me not off in the time of old age (Psalms 11.9) Amendment Says Nothing The amendment to the Mutual Security Aid Bill is as old as all the lipservice Congress has paid to the challenge to the integrity of Jews as full-fledged citizens of the United States of America. There has been much outrage expressed on Capitol Hill over precisely this issue — outrage going as far back as the early days of the first Eisenhower Administration. The plot is the same; there have only been some significant changes in the cast of characters. It would be duplicative to the point of editorial waste to examine anew the nature of the challenge. American Jews are by now largely aware that the ongoing Israel-Arab "cold war" has been extended beyond the borders of the Middle East to incorporate a vast anti-Semitic organization on an international scale dedicated to boycott, blacklist, and the general humiliation of non-Israeli Jews. Visas to Arab countries, military service at Dhahran — these are merely two immediate examples of the restrictions imposed on American citizens of Jewish faith. And they are restrictions, which by the refusal to do more than nominally contest them, the U.S. has now come tacitly to accept. The amendment to the Mutual Security Aid Bill seeks to demand from the State Department an annual report on what our government has done in the preceding year to alleviate these challenges to the total integrity of American Jewry. It passed with a bare minimum in the Senate. An earlier version, demanding cutbacks on foreign aid to countries engaging in such discriminatory practices, would have had no chance whatever. Why shouldn't Congress pass the reworded bill? Everyone who voted "aye" looks good to constituents back home. Besides, it does nothing. It commits the U.S. to nothing. It tells the Arabs that we think it is "Go" for them to humiliate Americans of Jewish faith. No one, incidentally, knows this better than Sen. Jacob Javits (Rep.-N.Y.), sponsor of the amendment. What we ponder is not the nature of the amendment but the purpose of its sponsor. Where was Sen. Javits during the darkest days of the Dulles-Eisenhower era? Can today's Democratic Administration make the difference in his vigorous interest? Historic View of the Economic Life of Jews in Middle Ages Leo MincMin continues on vacation this *nk. By DR. ERNEST PHILLIP T HE ECONOMIC life of medieval Jewry was overshadowed and cramped by endless restrictions and disabilities, Heavy taxes were Imposed upon them, thf the household. Threatening Danger Oppenheimer undertook control of the mint guaranteeuu the duke a large increased revenue. Oppenheimer's clever manage ment yielded unexpected profits and the prince's confidence in him increased. Through a monopoly of the printing of playing cards introduced in 1735. the Duke received a large sum annually. But Oppenheimer s numerous opponents started to complain to the duke. Oppenhein.er offered his resignation, but the duke refused it. He was always in need of money, however it was Oppenheimer who was accused of being the direct cause of the numerous high taxes. On February' 12. 1737. the duke openly declared that "the Privy Council of Finance. Jo seph Oppenheimer. was a faith ful servant of the prince and of the state and was intent in every way upon the welfare of both. for which he deserved the thanks of all." Oppenheimer. recognizing the threatening danger, balanced his accounts, submitted them to the duke who declared them correct prepared to leave the country The duke invited him to spend the last night with him. Unfortunately, the duke died during the night and Oppenheimer had to accompany the messenger to Stuttgart to notify the duchess. The same night, all the Jews in Stuttgart, including Oppenheimer. were arrested. After .> futile attempt to flee. Oppei. heimer was tried and condemned to be hanged. A pastor tried to convert him to Christianity admonishing him to repent Oppenheimer however declared: "I will die as a Jew am suffering violence and injustice." On February 4. 1738, he was hanged. His last words were the "Shema Yisroel" while a crowd cheered and lau Modern historians call his death, a judicial murder. Lion Feuchtwanger, in hi cinating novel. Tower" describes the historical background of the time and the dramai of Jew Sucss. Some years after his death •'• nephew of his. Samuel Wertl nier. became the wealthier banker in Austria H ungary



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Page 2-A *. lenisfi nvridfisr Friday. June 15, 1962 fridc 400 Take Part In GMJCC Camp Some MO boys ind girls iil heihe summer >!:i> camp season this conng \l i". ay at thr -e catuns in Dade count) ider the sponsorship I Greater Miami Jewish Community Center The program, which provides a camping experieni toOTr" tflr children who cannot or who are not yet ready to go awaj to overnight mps, "ill be conducted for eight weeks, five days -i week. Monday through Friday, from 9 a m I i i p m.. on the ." Is if the various Center branches The program is offered this year at the Miami 1 SW 16th <.< e Miami B Bay rd an I North C >' n eh, NK 6th ; Irei i 4 : 12 may ?d >r i ir ir eks The activit) hed ii %  ir.clu les swimming in%  iction. aihlet rts 3 ratts, • imat cs 5ing.ni and nature I re Re I Cr< ss t d waterfi • • re in chart h the s ming pool crafts specialif ss;j each camp. Campers bring a : end receive milk u '' m snack. Transp >rl ti a\ ailable at each brai No More Worries! No More Loneliness! • Me iMMtlllMl wtiMl cbofl _, _. • leor stoct, • ISSZM ."....-% %  4 • W ^,„l • UVUIII'IKI • OaMr •'•<• • Ck4rijllT •"* "<• *•"••! h,,.,ihW nwi! • HI ~tu~ • Savici, C.l • iMWtifol • • Omihl i • lauMnmf • <—•• wtriooknf • ItoHW kn'4 lniafM lo! CMfMl • %  • Iif"l • >..,., >•. • TiW Hum •w wkaHl r >_:r:u;i. Mrs. i Lem is arge of reservaRETIRED NURSE Available for convalescent nursing care. Specialist in handling elderly, male or female. Ph. 532-6575 or write for appt. MRS. ELLA KLEIN 420 15th St., Miami Beach, Flo. INSURE YOUR LIFE IN POSTERITY THROUGH THE JEWISH NATIONAL FUND Vayshie Friedberg JE 8-6464 Small established sportswear plant with good potential ready for expansion. Interested in SILENT or WORKING PARTNER with small capital to invest. Mutual rigid investigation. HI 6-7534 WOULD YOJ LIKE TO ACCUMULATE INCOME AT A TAX BRACKET NO GREATER THAN 22'.? WRITE T.P.. c o Jt siFlorldian, Sax ZiTi. Us n Pjstjf'ice. Viimi CANTOR-TEACHER Choir-leader, now in yearly position, seeks change. Will accept High Holidays or yearly position with or without teaching. University Conservatory of Music, and Yeshivah graduate; 15 years experience in all branches. Excellent tenor voice. Married, no children. Reasonable salary. Write P.O. Box S21, Lakeland, Florida. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS INC. 214 N.W. 10th Ave. FR 3-7110 HII yjjr roof repaired now; you will iav on a nw roof latar. "batitfactory Work by Experienced Men" ponpm Unupv arm Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky &f 45 MICHIGAN AVE., MIAMI BEACH Phone JE 1-3595 INSURANCE ONE STOP AGEN"^ JtWELRT—FURS—MISCELLANEOUS FLOATERS AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY A PHYSICAL 0AMAl Limits t* MOM your Ma.1 The Agency that CAN toy YESI Osi't let year ogeiit say "It Cant Be Done" ACKERMAN INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. FH IT K.I. Id AVL i-26ii • ra i-4 TERMITES SWARMING? v4?Sy eWiCt PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS FASHION CENTER OF THE SOUTH Largest Selection in latest Styles for Men and Women FREE PARKING SPACE IN REAR CONVENIENT TO BUSES 728 LINCOLN ROAD rOn the Mall) Phone JE 8-0749 OCULISTS' PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED CONTACT LENSES fi DAILY PICK-UPS TO NEW YORK M. LIEBERMAN & SONS LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE MOVING TO AND FROM NEW JERSEY • ALBANY • PROVIDENCE and PHILADELPHIA • BALTIMORE WASHINGTON • BOSTON ill other points Weekly Service Fire Proof Constructed Storage Warehouse 655 Collins Ave., Miami Beach Dial JE 8-8353 i Mi :.• LET Complete and Dependable Title Service %  AMI TITLE & Qkttact Co. 34 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY • ESCROWS ABSTRACTS • TITLE INSURANCE 124 SECURITY TRUST BUILDING and 136 N.E. FIRST STREET Telephone FRanklin 3-8432 "Progressing with Our Many Satisfied Customers" ANOTHER LOCATION FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE C0ULT0N BROS. -ART "tUWT" • "MAr* TOUt TEXACO IOYI Coral Way I S.W. 27th Ave. 840 S.W. 8th St. WE INSTALL GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS fvmiluri Tops, Beveled Mirrors ani Reii/vcring Our Specialty L I G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS 136 S.W. Ith ST. Morrii Orlia Phone FR 11363



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Friday, June 15, 1982 •• k**ut fktrkHam Pcge 15-A LEGAL NOTICE -OTiCE BV "UBLC^TION ME C.RCL' T C OL l T O FTMF c EVENTH JLOiC'AL C'RCUIT OF "FLOR'DA IN ANO FOR D*DE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 5724 N .v !.' %  HEN %  .nt S^IT FOR O VORCE I I .... i .... \: ,< I BUI • • %  n • .. ii : ire recrv< [your An.., • i if i '"inth< An i.. N E 16 Ird Florida i : %  rk ol • • the 2nd I • ... taken : %  .VI • V s .i. Miami, %  -My&io LEGAL NOTICE BY HENRY LEONARD • %  \ |(\ is i'. I • i'i NOTICE UN D€f FlCTITlO%  i*V| LAW •.. | |el .i • M n ..-. s i i \ VI HIM W K isn't of all like the movie.' LEGAL NOTICE -ME COC---IJOaK'S COURT % %  ND F0= )AO: :0NTY. FLORIDA IN 3 S 3 3A'£. N • • %  H) %  •ul'IIIKWV" NOTICE TO C 3 SO -ORS | • • %  %  %  •>! I %  I NOTICE UNDER f CT.TIOU8 NAME LAW IIVKN thai ; i i '. un. w Clei I I %  I %  I' HKx •• \ MAN \ %  V. INC. .*, • %  %  *-1 %  Ii. i • ni %  ... %  ami lie, aga nsl ipoI.AS I n t J r,l || i I'.i'U%  .. i .-'-.I %  rt ifflces ii. %  •|..:•!.!.• Mill %  %  %  %  aired • itMl ill Ml.' I.i. this 21th \l V I %  %  • s M \ / !. I .' %  %  • NOTICE BY PL3LICATION IN THE C.RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR OADE COUNTY .NCHANCERY. Mo 80C 10480 %  M A N XIN • %  %  \ iWAKH MANNING SUIT FOR DIVORCE r. I'At'L EI> ARK MANNING v INKNi'WN y„ ; %  \ '!, i:i'U A l: l • MANNING ,. been rit> I ,.:,%  .i HI. I \ i i ire %  • %  i Mi-'"-' "' Plead. _. • .Kill nplainl IMS, RUBIN \ \ • • %  • i i I National M i %  Pin • -i %  LEGAL NOTICE I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 56121 C MN RK Estate ol I PHril i JAMES i il.l.'K. I I.. %  i-.-.l. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Tu Ml I'l eriitoi and All l*i i sons II" inClaim* or Demand* Against Said limn t. Vou .ii. hei eb) ii"i Ifled and i ,i t,i I.I nl anj claim* and di mnnda which you ma) havi against ; ii„. mate ol F'RBD JAMEH GLICK .! late "f I '.-i'l< "ount>. I'l : ;.. ih.. i ..iiiiis Judg. %  of I lade I ty, and file the same In theli offices %  hi •",.11111> i 'o ir-iIi. ii~. in I >ade County, Florida, within six calendar mi m lh< date of fh< ..•.,i the Ban a • In |is I'.KKTH v ni.ICK V.liniiii-' '..• is \I\.-I.I:I: R PERP1E Attoi I7_' W l-'lacl.r Si Miami '•. Florida .'. I %  • !! ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! •fjenisfr Fkiridiiairi solicits your legal notice*. We appreciate your patronage apd guarantee accurate service at legal rates Uiul Fit 3-1605 for messenger service NOTICE UNDER FICIT.OUS NAME LAW \i iTK'K IH HEREBY GIVEN thai thi undi ratgned, desli Ing lo in business under the flctltloUK nami i,| i: 8, K I.i IPN< '.K al l4(l >V • -' nti nda to reglstei Raid P -ll he Clerk of U • I i idr •'...' Wll.l.l AM M lU'SX, JR |> %  KBSSL.BR ft CARS • • \ IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT l*N AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. iN PROBATE No. 55947-C X RK I '-' KSTIIKR li< %  ITI.IKI-.. NOTICE TO CREDITORS I".. All i 'I edltoi x .mil VII Persil Ha' -i .i I •. mandu Against Sa Id i-:.-i iti 1 liotlfleil ."i.i ,,!..-. nt and tienami* !"• Ii i may havi i| ainal h,. KSTHEK IIOTTI.IF.K. : %  i M.I. %  % % %  '.: %  • %  |il Ul m tin i'ount> Judgea of .•ni i ii in ih. i Ploi %  ...I. • %  ,.,: %  in • hell .... | miii (.'ourthouae in IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No 62C WOT KRNKSTi i \ HAVAl.KA, I 'la I \ s i A V IAVAI.1 V i'. • ridani NOTICE BY PUBLICATION V,,u ''.. i,ii alilu, i'l ii %  -anil r.--RIIJ nah VII. lunar • • .... implalm thl I • %  • s ind Hi Ve H Ihei-i Hi • '! VI HllllillllK. reMian hefoti J ill) %  ,.j ... ., nit v lie I •• % %  %  %  %  1 •:,!. .1 June 1st, l!l2 .OT.CE DU6K ON rHE C.RCUIT CO-'RT OF THF .[NTHJU •' %  -IT OF FLORIDA IN A-.O r ) 3 3ADE COUNTY. N JHANC ER>l No >-">" \\ RRl :. • 'THY Mk>• SUIT FOR OIV J 3 : £ NiRnTHV IROW N .1 be taken II %  .. ihi II % .u %  %  ill i.i %  R||| .-• • %  .m lainl rinii .; i i-'i. .1 once fou ii-.-. iitiv. eeka ;\\ isll PI. iRIDIAN IHiNE v\l' itKUKREP il M '"'• •., i ,> il May, A D. • \ rHKRM W flerk. %  1 ,.|. I .ii!" s .1 : HKl.KN KKSSI.F.R ; >•• i.vi; s clerk i i.i da, Ithin nix I .n.i.n months from the date ul thi iiublic .1 Ion hei or th, name : .i I.Kl IN ''•' ITTI.IKH Fixecutoi VRONHVITZ, KIIA'EK SCHER Vttorm for Kxei itol ..'i; Ain-l. y KuildiiiK Hi.,„iai n..:.!., IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 55840. A IN HK I • i • \l VNIKI. K I.Kl MAN i: K i.i: A II 11 :i:. MAN I'li'lk of the t' K M IVM \ N I '..,.:ii> Clerk %  ; 1-22-29 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S CD.=T IN AND FOR DADE COUNTS FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO. 53440-A IN RE K •• F.I.I/.ACKTII BuRS" 'in I >. .....-• 'I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAK APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBL" Q AND FINAL DISCHARGE N'I (TICK iI" i • %  %  %  • • %  %  %  • %  f EIll lie. .i-.i anu • %  : • I inal Repoi t an Ex i,| the %  ill da) of AI.AIHKK r. IM.CZ n, • ioldi •• In t %  • %  %  -' 1 "' ,: • %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN %  HKCI IRITE • x A llrd J" \l I, F'l i-lll %  STEVEN W : \VAi.i'i:i: i Mic.i 'SKI v i nej foi Steven Wog 5 .' I ii NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 56058A IN RE K.-::ii'of .< \I:A SACHAR I .,.-. .1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS \ cn .in. %  .mil All Persona Hn\ ,ii.in l % %  te -i an hen h> nol Ifled and 11 ,i • mil dewhl I. % %  • •havi thi • Ktati "i SARA .\' 'H VR 'iiunl) Judxea of l>adi Cou i .. • i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBi GIVES I the undi i ni i dej.ii Ing I n .-•• in ..undei the I I' VTIENT CENTER ill 3121 ^^ -Sire, i Miami Inti nda ti u nh the Clerk ol thi | %  • %  i %  Ida II.. iRIDA PHYSICIANS SVl INC. — a I i s -: %  ... i IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUN"FLORIDA IN PROBATE NO. 559o2-C have aKali -' .... h ,,, '. HAOHAR lie.' ;VI :I -,M: ,. ROSEN County. PI• ,.,., Ti AMENDED NOTICE TO CREDITORS All I'I. .III"' %  "•' '• %  5 *.->, %  : 1-8-15 IHIROTHI S NGER TOB1N RfBIN A SALMON ,WN, an herein I thai i "i Ii Satloni lank Bldg. .,.,..:,. .... i, ,. \ i ii' ,, ,_.,, i ... i in \" • %  • for PU ntlfl -l -•'! ..i All %  .,'!; %  : till NOTICE UNDER 1.1.1 I: ,\ III -, Ait. FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Mian ind til( NOTICE is lii.i:,..^ GIVEN lluil I \ idtng in • ".i. lealrlng lo eng %  %  i" '-..'••: %  Ireull %  : i.. • .. la) ol \i mco '"i RIBI rolls • N .. ludg]. %  ni -i'li" •' glslei wild •, .:• %  Ii %  • igalnal of ., %  In 1 I-,. \ Cieditoia and All l'erai.na Hav> ln ,irth. Bade < ,i i.. mamla VgaiiiHl Said %  i within %  I d I %  dnti of thi : -' p il i iitlon Sill ,| |. : .. %  Von %  Iierel I and re' heieol e will be b > ,. ..,%  i.. .-• %  | %  .. ,.,. ., T • ny clalnia and deCI.ARA HAI.MoS. AdminUtratrix reaenl ion n.Is which vou maj have againal ROBERT H TRAl'RIG which you ma> hav. uguiast the eatj l„. ,. H tate of MANTEL KI.EIMAN vttorne) ol GERTRUDE I. ROSlkNTHAX. i., | i i..i. of M.i.1' County. Flornar. dul'oiil Building • %  te ol DADE i ', to ii,. Count) Judgea of Iade Miami 32. F'kirida M the County Judgea of l' .. and file the name In duplt8 -K,-22-28 %  and file the aam. In lid aa provided in Section %  M>\ led In Si I Plorlda Slain.'.-. In tUvw offlcea In NOTICE UNDER ihe Count) Courthouai In Bad, .'..unFICTITIOUS NAME LAW l) Florida, within six calendai months NoTICF: IS HEREBY GIVE> ,,,,,, the time of the flral publlcau,. undersigned, desiring :• %  • IIU.IU. in -i,. : n of ih. first pubHoation i,,n hereol ..i ih. sann will he barbuslneaa undei th< fictitious nam. thi saroi will he barred ...,i IlKRNARIi JOYCE iTHK Co-ol" Bated ai Miami, Pkn-lda, this ta Bated al Miami. Florida, this lTHi KING) al IBM Lincoln Read. Suite I ,i ay „f Ma*. A.D. 1H82 ..__,., i., of Ma) \l' IMS. Miami Beach, Florida intends '" w.I'.KKT E R(*ETHAL ik of | as Exei utor ol the Eai ite •' unt) %  ; niide I.. Rosen thai Dec. MYKRS, HEIMAN KAI'I.AN ,s lATXMAN Attoi ne) for Bxe, utor 16, Floi Stauiti.m their nfi c. In n Courthouse In I 'a. I. Counl \ i\ ihai Ida Ithln -is i ..'• ndai m i rm ii,. i. • l in the %  i 'omplainl hi i "ii • i %  %  HE JEWISH \N iNE AND OR Miami this i • M A I' i s ;s M \M HAI. RITA P' -'• I-'. I. \. administratrix IEN J AMIS Pi !EI. Vttorm v for %  {IT V IHJEU VDMINISTRATRIX • %  '"" :. : %  NOTICE UNDER I0US NAME LAW \, ,i |, is BKBKKY HIV EN thai k.gned d. -II im: ti eni .,,-1, un i, • III. fll 1111%  i : nam. "I jus, Miami B< % %  h, F'loi Ida Intends i" i -., |d n., nn n h Ho Clerk the i • 'ouri "i i 'adi i'i.. Ida BERN VRD Ji lYCE Soli i Win i h -r.-j.'-:".' 115(1 s W i-i Btreel '..' %  ;NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREHl GIVEN thai Hi.undei i II. d, deali Ini to • ngagi In ,,.-" -. ..n .. %  thi %  lil i names "i ni: VTE SI' \ I'll: VTE SP \ MARINE SERVICE. PIRATE SI' \ RRH V1EBICAI. Mil's CLINIC II .*7 S.W IMIRANT I.I HMl S,.uthwesl JIMl, ml, I-1"' Ida ;"• ml St reel i nc-toi ..,.,•• „iil, thi Clerk register said nam..with Ihi Clerk IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 55719-C I S RE Estate ol M vi: > LOC ENI I El., E B Li: \-" "" %  I Court. Dad" rlda • %  • I :. Is '•' :.' I %  i %  i: ft RI'SSELL 1 n-l.v Bull i P i > %  i ne) Ln Plain! M Ii l-<-l---22 IN THE COUNTV JLOGE'S COURT IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PR03ATE Ne. 580S3C IN RE Batata % %  Mini. ANN I'.-l. \ Becea .,1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS i VII Crediuu Hsvlalma or l i d Aa %  nal Said I-. • i %  arc hereby n ittHed and re* l i.i present an) claims and deni uida whii-h you ma) h^v.. against th estate ..i CAROLANN HCI.ANCK %  .i |a le ol 91 V ndi s Jaaal A %  -i ladles i %  '>:•• ntj rudjtes %  i. i -"nun in.i file the same In ite and a I si In >' Ion i'i. Ida %  i %  their of\OT CE BY Puf -iC A NT-itCRCUs-OURTOFI ML ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR'DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, NO. 62C 4465 SRI HEN B ACM p-AV B RASKIN •" i %  %  VNCE8 • I '••: lul .,„ SUIT FOR ACCOUNTING TO DAVID R V.KKIN an l PRANCESR V SKIN \ i" Unknown You -AVID RA8KIN ind I RAN, is i\sisiN %  • %  hei eb) nol • n ., ,. KIU .. c impla ni I ir Account. I,, i i i n you, and i • -,,v. -a eoMtef v %  I, Pleading to the Bin • ,ii the Plnlntlfl a al ;;,, „.;:"',,',', %  ..SII..N ,v .i'.l.l.W'.KN. i.,; i. n 'In Road M ami Beach. Plornd file Ihe .riginnl Answer or IH. ulUig m ""„, 1 '," 1 ,...„, b) default will I,u foi the r.-i." dam.n.led In the Bill -f Comptalni ,11 be iiubllahed once .. ,,,-... itlve weeka .'Il.l A • :.a. .. r. gister said nam ,i the Cln nit Court of I "ad mi* i1. il l.la I 'l; SKYMi 'l R l GARI >NER :,M i .vv nei BR I'.M I. S c.LASSM \N w Jolilmaii. Goldstein ft Pacl %  l ui..i ne) i"i Ri glsti ants M I igli i S %  %  el Miami jr., F'lorbla ( 8-I.-.-22-2S ii • if Badi thi 'li l-M.l l.la IIKI:I:I:I:T I-: ROBERTS, JR Sol. %  >a nei I DAVID i.li:i'.M VN \ 11. i n. i fo Herlierl 11 Rob. Jl .' % %  Si: 1-1 \ > • M i.. mi. Kla .. s. %  T. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF buslni FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No 2C 5549 TII.'MAS K HANNON, JR., i ...in, n i. NOTICE TO CREDITORS .. All Ci i dltors in.I \ in I', inalnlAga li-' 9 I i lati > ., %  li.r, I.\ notIfl. required i' i. hii li you ma) ivi tea MARY UHENG ,i. i • County, i : thi Count) i ftl. tin same li I %  NOTICE UNDER and as provided In Section FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Florida Statutes, in their ofrici NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Ihai Ih. Count) Courthouse in Dad. I th. itndersUine.1. d. rlni t. engage in ty. PIIda within six caie:ndar n %  I. the 'i. in i i. "' '" "' %  ^-II-I-I ,, -,i;,i North Weal hereof, or the same will '• mh'Avenm Miami i Intends Im.ed a, Miami l-'-ii.!.!. 1 to reglstei aid nam. with Ih. Clerk day of May, A.D. IBI ,.i ih, 'n, mi %  '..in i ..t l lad. "ounty, ELIZABETH FRANCBH HANNoN, l lefendanl NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Ti %  %  : Iiiiii.-ih iranc. Hannon i u Mrs Oeoi ge Huti hlngs, ;:;.i lli.lK I -• .--.-.nt I."tnl.oi. i Intarlo, Can...I.. TOP ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai in Hi.above cause, cou an hereb) ,. q in ,i I,, serv. %  i opj of youi An> ii I,, the "omplainl for i >B or in the Count) In 'ount). I' x .. _,,' %  ,i .DM i| \,\ • %  i moi tha fi ibl cation hereof, ••• the same barn i aMia • May, A i' JOHN l' %  %  \ I publlral '. Iii I K foi i : %  • ni i i Hunt Hl.lt Ml • i DONE AND* ORDERED al Miami, ., May, A.D. E B LE v ["HERMAN, Plerk, ,, i %  lunt! i loi i ,.KN KESSI.ER '3HON ft a 'W 'UN A 1-S Ploi Ida Si IR \I v N Ill'I.L. Soli I • nei i Goldman, Goldstein .\ Pa. %  i I %  Attorne) .i"i Reglatranl Wesl Plaglel Streel Mil nil I s l --i".-:"j NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES t %  ..t Hi. iiii.i. signed dealt Ing to ngagi i" on bus undi i thi 11. Il %  • anan • ••: Its attorney, HARR. 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Page 12-A +Jen1st nerldknn Friday, June 15. 1962 Temple Israel Confirms 79 at Special Shavuct Evening Prayer Ceremony Seventy-nine young men and and women were confirmed al Terni le Israel ol Greati r Mi u Shavuot eve, The young p< iple i i lu< I prayer e i b'j Rabbi Joseph R Narol They received individual blessii frum the spiritual lea a con pie. and B s from the Tei S terl cervices r was h • M< : • I • i I 8. Adler. 1 • }•• i Il-t w II at %  %  %  Hcnii %  Stuart LM, Bandre, jVan T.even. i Jay Levitt, Sandra Lynn, k.-ff. Sally Jean Lewln, (tearec I. I i M\ 1.1 N Mtchelaon, 1. i vinrria, Barbai i Pali SI 10I1 ryoung, Mi' haed l> i n< ;-. Susanni I % %  p. .hi. !. ; R %  i i : I : i %  -• \ • ,i I %  Recent confirmation group at Temple Ner Tamid includes 'iront row) Leonard Wilson, Mareen Simonson, and Kenneth Avick. Rear row are Mitchell Moriber, Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, and Jeffrey Avick. Jewish Books Will Be on Exhibit The American Library Assn. will • •old its annual convention at the Vontainebleau hotel beginning this Sunday. The conference will include exlubits of library materials, latest KlUABILIJY QUALITY SERVICE GELB Monuments INC 140 SW 57 Ave. Five Blocks from Mr. -Vb,> Ph. MO 1-8583 7 Years Experience of Specializing in Only Jewish Monuments For All Jewish Cemeteries %  \ev 1\irl\ KepTtsenuti\ Goodman Bros. Monuments 71 Ingrahm Street Brooklyn, N.Y. The lewis Monument Co. 7S-15 Myrtle Ave. Queens, N.Y. GELB MONUMENTS INC. Phone MO 1-8583 publications, including a special exhibit of Jewish books sponsored by the National Jewish Welfare board, and set up by the local Bureau of Jewish Education. The Jewish book exhibit will fea; ture an original painting by Marc Chagall, loaned by Mrs. Lawrence : C. Klein, and a bust of Albert Ein stein by Jacob Epstein, loaned by the Norton Gallery and School of Art of West Palm Beach The committee of the Bureau of Jewish Education in charge of arrangements includes Mrs. Joseph Duntov. chairman. Mrs. Joseph Abelow, Mrs. David Muskat and Mrs. Anna Sintow. Hostesses will welcome visitors and explain the exhibit. Serving as hostesses are Mesdames Meyer A. Baskin. Rudy Baum. Anna Sorin Bild. Dorothy Krieger Fink. Ben Zion Ginsburg. Leon Kaplan. Irving B. Kaplan. Eva Kahn, Sonya Robh:n, Charles Ratner. Isaac Pushkin. Alfred Stone. Harry Simonhoff. Max Weisel. Oida Rubin, and Sidney W. Smith. The exhibit will close on June 21. Rabbis Will Install Officers ial retaliation the Kbii Miami will be held Mon ing al the Sterling hotel. Rabbi Alfred Waxman, executive vice president of the Association, will conduct the ceremony, and a banquet will be held in honor of the newly-elected and outgoing officers. Plaques will be presented to Rabbi Morton Malavsky, outgoing president. Rabbi Solomon Schiff and Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard. Official farewell will be extended to rabbis who are leaving the Greater Miami area for pulpits in other communities. Rabbi Eugene Lavovitz is program chairman. Officers to be installed are Rabbi David Shapiro, president; Rabbi Solomon Schiff. vice president; Rabbi Max A. Lipshitz. secretary; and Rabbi Morris Graff, treasurer. Double Installation Held etn < icted b> % %  %  Lie! April, include.! XI Micl regal on and Mrs Lillian S< Sisterhood presidenl Dental Fraternity Maps Installation The Greater Miami Alumni chapter of Alpha Omega dental fraternity will hold its annual installation affair Saturday at the Diplomat Country Club. Outgoing president Dr. Lawrence] Krasne will hand over the gavel to | the new president. Dr. Stanley Sut-i nik. In addition to the golf and I tennis tournament, there will be' an original musical revue. 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Friday. June 15. 1962 +Jewlst tkridliftri Page 9-B S^d %  _-r ~ ~ v*—wi a mi in cj ly yours, h C_-i//i7i -~-.ipp P OP concert season of the I'niversil • '>f Miami opene i al Miami Beach AuditorHI: v h Jesus Maria Sanroma as !. lying opening mghl .. |rs n ir ild Stone wearing ...' %  '• ml ;:'.: .-hiii sheath. 1 print neater in gold and ran.topped her dress. Mrs i'.,\i Sernacker chose a -;lk sheatl m a caie au lall i • were in orange Mi %  \ii i\ in Richard selected i tottoi dam ik print. Charcoal fei ired [lowers were %  ield i : v.::::,' Her I;:'.' I s nto ired w nh asymthe neckline • I. ar. the -kirt a pencil sheat • A whu %  sweater with apof the same fabric as her I the ensemble, linen %  the choice <>f Mrs e irman in a sheath skirt -i i : i tailored overblouM Mis • R ie Dubin chose a black -ilk sheath with a modified i .rtrait neckline ami over-./ ce ap;>Uqued pockets on her .%  rt. Vi ersity >t Miami Symphonj mam b er, M.Marie Volpe, wore ;, cirnamonc '.ired silk crepe sheatb, An overblouse of chanulh .ce was caught in the front with a matching colored satin ro* Mrs Albert Pick selected a ch; coal -iik with mint green trim etailing her moditied sweet heart neckline and repeated on her abort sleeves. Black chiffon was ie choice of Mrs. James Hitz. Her bodice included bands of n row horizontal pleats, and her ?-:rt was softly full. An lm portc lace stole was worn across her .-: oulder • M RS. Herbert Levin wore a long • eeved sneer white shirtwaist A brilliant red contoured cumierbund gave her dress a .-.plas' of color. A sheer import ed v le in navy blue was worn by Mis. Henry shier. Hand tuck ing v j use I in the pleats of her lull • irt atI again, on the cuffs of h-r bra length sleeves Her %  cklil • tut into an open dian id and outlined in • copper Cop per-colored accessories completed her ei semble. 'I lie classic shirtwaist was born by Miss Roxanne P illot, in a summer) looking melon color. Muted nile green was the choice of Mrs Robert L. Shevin. Her fitted bodice featured the dropped waistline. Broad double leats in both the front an I back ol her -kirt gave it the controlled mil. ess of the "A" silhouette. Wachs, Lazarus Dcrble Ring Ri Mrs. Sylvan Holtzman wore the popular hopsacking in a black suit. Her closed jacket was hiplength and cut into the box line. Mid the sleeves were bracelet length. A beige-colored silk suit waworn by Miss Carol F.vans. Her hip-length jacket featured unusual tailoring in the collar Flamingo colored raw silk was the choice of Mrs. Lee l.undy. Her three-piece ensemble had an (.pen chanel style jacket over an overblouse with pink, white and mOSS green stripes in a horizontal pattern. Visiting from Johnstown. Pa., Mrs. Morns Holtzman chose a black eyeiel sheath with i scot pel neckline and jei buttons M RS. <". David Schine's dress was an im;> rted white ribI on lace in the shift silhouette. Pastel flowers were appliqued in i uquel arrangements. Ciam pagne-colored silk organza was worn by Mrs. Mildred Bowers. A full-length theatre coat with elbow-length sleeves was over a sheath which featured a pattern of silk embroidered wreaths W< MI. r-Kahn MRS. JACK SCHUITZ u .-•-.iKal MRS. MARTIN OS/WAN Peau de Soie for Mrs. Schultz -**$ A double ring candlelight ceremony on Sunday, June 10, united Miss Andra 1. Wachs and Harvey I. Lazarus at the Seville hotel. •.'her.a formal dinner followed. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz officiated. For her wedding, the bride selected a traditional gown of white im| orted chantillj lace with high neck, Queen Anne collar and tilted bodice. The long sleevecame to v. list punts, and the very bouffant -kirt extended to a chapel train. A crown of matching lace and pearls held the French illusion veil, and she carried an arrangement of white orchids, stephanotis and white roses, Daughter of Mr and Mrs. Morris A. Wachs, 17211 NW 9th pi.. No. Miami, the new Mrs. Lazarus is a graduate of Miami Beach High and attended the University of Florida. Her sorority is Delta Phi Epsilon. Parents of the bridegroom are; Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Lazarus, 1300 Cleveland rd.. Miami Beach. A graduate of Miami Beach High. the groom is now attending the University of Florida, and is a member of Alpha Epsilon Pi and Pi Sigma Epsilon. Michael Lazarus served as best man for his brother, and ushers were Joseph Kruger. Earl Zissman, Maury Locke and Sheldon Tashir.an. After a honeymoon in New York City, the newlyweds will live in \,> Miami Beach. The former MisDena Konter .,: ,1 Jack Shultz will live in Miami when they return from a hoi moon in Nassau. 'I hey were married Sunday. June 10, at Coral Wa> Jewish Center where a reception followed the ceremeny Rabbi Samuel April officiated at the early afternoon nuptials. For her wedding the bride chose :, gown of pure silk peau de sole The basque bodice was designed with an open neckline and applique with imported hand drawn alencon lace and embroi ered with seed pearls. The soft skirt was highlighted with the lace and fell softly to a chapel train. Maul of honor v as A 1 man and brid< smai !• were Di K minsky, Roz Bower T Ke--!er The brid< 's sister. S i Knter, served as junior br: % %  • Best man was Howard Galbeft and Michael Konter. Mel Allen, I I e and Stanley Konter were ushers Daughter ol Mr and MrPh.. • Konter. iTL'n SW 8:h ave., the i Mrs. Shultz ia gra uate of < I G bli Hi'h and attended the Uravi rsitj of Flori la. Her husban I, grandson of Mrs Rose Schuffman, R462 SW 4:h st.. also attended University of Flori UM Students Exchange Vows Ardmort MRS. 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Following a reception at the Club, the newlyweds left for a honeymoon in Nassau. A full length gown of peau de soie with appliques of lace and seed pearls was the brides choice for her wedding, and she carried white orchids on a prayer book. Matron of honor was Mrs. Stanley Blumin, her sister-in-law, and attendants included Barbara ('. ild berg. John Mann, Barbara Osman, Jean Kolber, Marsha Corenblurm and Celia Osman. junior bridesmaid The tridegroom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry' Osman, 5315 SW 89th ave. His best man was Michael O-man and serving as usher* were Stanley Blumin, Joel Haupfctran. Norman Osman, Larry AdeW man and David Osman. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo P. Kcegan, 1255 SW 61th ave.. th bride is a graduate of Miami Higa where she was president of Tau Alpha Omega. The newlyweds are both attenlir.g the University of Miami, where he is in the school of educati.)i and Mr Osman is a business maj• %  Hifraternity is Pi Lambda Phi. 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Poge I2-B lf*UtnrrirH**r> Friday. June 15. 1962 'Pop' Specter's Dream Now a Reality Spoclor Hall, the new addition to Heth David Congregation, will be formally dedicated on Sunday The (cession will be a milestone in the Jives of Samuel J Specior and his wife Mary, for whom this will be lhe realizaUon of a lifelong amt :!ion. At the dedication ceremonies, ti'bute will be paid to the Spectors Stanley C Myers, program chairman. Participating in the program vill be Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. I th David spiritual leader; Phillip Sihiff. past president of the congregation; Cantor William \V. LipI :.. and Rabbi Murray Alstet who, • spiritual leader of Beth David rs ago. welcomed the Spcctor family as members in 1925. As a boy in England. Samuel Spector visualized that Mime aj many years of dedication to .L.daism would culminate in the erection of a suitable edifice to •live as a crowning tribute and in the sharing.of his good fortune with the community On September 1. 1909. the Specters landed in New York. Spector was then 24 years of age. and they were the parents of two children. With the help of the Hebrew Immigration Aid Society, they headed II rthward to Boston. Spector considered himself fortunate to obtaining a position as a carpenter at $.42 ;:n hour. Ten months later, he was promoted to foreman, with a pay increase of $25 per week. But this hardly stilled the pangs of Specter's industriousness. After 141 months, he went into business for: himself. He progressed from year to year, and soon there was a family of eight children. Miami beckoned Still under 40., and with an amassed fortune of [ almost a quarter of a million dol\ lars. Samuel Spector arrived in ; Miami in September. 1925 His i first great undertaking was the erection of the $308.000 Coral Gables Arcade bldg.. which still stands at Ponce de Leon blvd.. off of Miracle Mile. He was reunited with his family a year later, at which time he joined Beth David Congregation. Misfortune struck on Yom Kippur Eve. 1926. when a hurricane inflicted $40,000 worth ot damage to the Arcade bldg.. for which he carvied no insurance After the storm, he sheltered and fed over 100 women and children at his own expense. He enjoys the distinction of having served-on the first City Commission elected in the City of Coral Gables, which was incorporated in 1927. The new city donated three Parcels of land, with the proviso that a synagogue be erected thereon. The city commissioners personally pledged money towards the project. Unfortunately, three years later, the land was returned to the city for lack of financial support. The area had been hit by a post hurricane depression, which lasted until 1932. The 30 to 40 Jewish families in the Gables were financiallyunable to carry out the project of erecting the synagogue. Spector. not easily discouraged, started all over again in 1933 by building houses on a liberal policy for prospective purchasers, encouraging and enabling them to pur chase a home with a very small down-payment. This was in the days before FHA. Beth David Congregation has always been an integral part of the Spector family's way of life. Spector has been on the board of directors and the board of trustees since becoming a member. All of his children were Bar Mitzvah and Bas Mitzvah at Beth David, and all family marriages have taken plat* at Beth David. The elder Spectors' philosophy of contributing financially, spiritually Howard Barlow On UM Podium Sunday Evening I .'. famed music dir i ra io at tele sion, will I I conductor for this Sui L'I oi %  mi Summer Syi ircl Pops i • :" : : i %  ; •! :., I i Bead \ itoi turn. ..: ov. n fi r h'.s i:..: appeal TVs icredit) d with hanging ym| iii< music to millioi [he early : ; dio in' ta least :.. Mr Barlow's program, second in %  t irri of summer concerts rill opi V'ei Tn 1 %  : Scene from the opera ai foil A with Borodin's '"• c," which he has ar: • 11 orchesti Program will also nclode "Caprieio Espagncle," by RimskyKersakoff; Overture to the "Merry Wives of Windsor," by Nicolai; 3rofe's "Mississippi Suite," ar.d Tchaikovsky's "Nutcracker Suite" %  -d the Finale to Symphony No. i. i be heard in two i i. i rom the operatic a i %  .' non bj Thon ... i tet Blue Gown.J by Music." b) and •" I'll ; You leredil ', Wan." I is many yi com Minphony M -Willi it at i I : • HOWARD BARLOW tirst Summer Luncheon Temple Israel Sisterhood will hold its first summer luncheon and card party on Wednesday noon in the Wolf son auditorium. Camp Menorah Special Program This year for the first time Camp Menorah will have a group of 9 to 10-year-old boys and girls, in addition to the full program for i !u! ,ien from 3 to 9 The older children have a ip %  vised athletics and swimming program, as well as Hebrew Lnstrucwill also be a cot n r-in-traii program for ti • The camp i rogram will be under in ][erzl Hoi • i i T mpli M iah. und< r the guidance ol Ri mowitz. The children hi Hi brew songs and bl and Jud • %  11 th< through art (.•..! :. dances, drama! u and the weekly Kabbalat Shabbal Camp activities include all sports Crafts, dancing an I dramatics conditioned rooms round out the program Well balanced kosher lunches arc served. *>JL Z5* MJGUST BROS Ry t ', %  Is the BEST' and morally to the enhancement ; and growth of religious and civic jrganizations has become a Spector tradition. Their children and i grandchildren have inherited from them the acceptance of th:grave sense of responsibility. Some 50 years after arriving in America. "Pop" Spector, with the support of the entire Spector clan, initiated the project which would translate his boyhood dream into a reality. He had been affiliated with Beth David Congregation for 36 years. Iieth David was now "bursting at its seams." "Pop" recognized the serious situation, and offered to erect additional facilities. He would contribute $200,000. if Beth David Congregation would make a similar commitment The challenge was met by the leaders of Beth David, and in due time plans were drawn and ground was broken. These facilities, completed in August, 1961, include a ballroom of some 7,500 sq. ft., which adjoin* the main sanctuary. This now permits the entire membership and their families to worship together under one roof The new building, which is centrally air-conditioned, also features 10 additional classrooms, a 175-seat chapel, a library, and modern offices. The structure was completed at a total cost to the Spectors of $260,000. which was in addition to the services rendered by "Pop's" construction company. Spector & Sons. "Pop" Spector summed up this contribution by stating: "The hands, hearts and souls of my en-, tire family are symbolically re-; fleeted in this building." Stephen Boyd and Dolores Hart are featured in "Lisa," suspense drama, which portrays the fliqht of a liberated ir.mate of a Nazi medical experimentation center from Holland through the countries oi Europe to reach Israel. Now shewing at the Carib. Miami, Miracle and 163rd Street Theatres. "Lisa' Absorbing Wometco Fare The trite but too often true comment, "the book was better than the picture." should be reversed by viewers of "Lisa" now showing at Wometco Theatres. Although following the story line cf the best-seller. "The Inspector." in the main, the changes made served to strengthen what was aluady an absorbing drama The theme concerns the efforts of a Dutch police inspector. 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Friday, June 15 1962 *Unist florkfi iir Page 11-A Dean Weil Will Speak at June 19 Technion Meet The Florida scientist whose research resulted in use of radar to track killer hurricanes will speak at the meeting Tuesday sponsored by the American Technion Society. iTael-lnstitute for Technology. Dr. Joseph Weil, dean of the college of engineering of the Unl \ersity of Florida, and director of the Florida Engineering and In dustrial Experiment Station, will deliver the principal address in the Rubaiyat room of the Algiers hotel. Among his numerous citations • nd awards, Oean Weil's college of engineering received the Naval Ordnance Development Award in recognition of its role in helping to design the VT fuse during World War II. Floridians owe a special debt of gratitude to the Johns Hopkins graduate who came to this slate at the age of 21 in addition t<> his 1 oneering work in i,oh the electronics and meteorological fields. final touches to the installation proJacob Riikin, chairman of the nominating comhi was the first civilian stud) in world." •or Miami Technion Society officers on mittee: Mrs. Louis Glasser, president-elect; Sol I the United States utilizing land.m I curricular changes '•" %  %  *•• Al9i ?' s .. h0,e l T 2*?5lhS" u,s,e:n T echm0 "' sSou,heas ':-' SSTmSHSZ^ ZEEtfrXLi" OR. JOSEPH Will nion-lsrael Institute of Technology, where he undertook to survey the present curricula and to make recommendations wherevepotslble. When he completed himi.-. Dean Weil said he was convin e ••that Technion is one of the fi c-t engineering colleges in th-i A number of academic which he ,K1\ • % %  Mrs. Jacob Riikin and Mrs. Trudy regional director. meiBchlag. Standing are lack Katzman; Mrs. Glasser Succeeds Baskin to Head Miami Technion at Meeting Tuesday Mrs 1 uis Glasser, me of South I ida noted civic leaders, will • I'd Meyer A Baskin as president ol the Miami chapter of the American Technion Society—Israel I .-titun of Technology. Announcement ol Mrs. Glasser's election was disci)--! this week h. Jacob Rifkin. chairman of the 1 >:ninating committee who also laid officers for the ionium year will include Sol C 5ha vice pre*1 ent: Jack Katzman. treasurer; Meyer A. Baskin. honorary pre> 1 rit. ;n Jacob Rifkin. vice pres[•he election meeting is open to lu „ n society, will act ,i> installing | t %  pul II and 'Aiil be held on 0 f| U( .,1 sdaj 8 p.in • the Rubaiyat Trudy Hamerschlag, Bernard Kati, Jack Katiman, Rabbi Leon Kronish, Nathan Kushin, Hyman Lieberman, Morris Lipp, Mortimer J. May, Joseph Mechlow. Max Orovitx, David Ponve, Jacob Rifkin, Philip Rosenberg, Louis Rudnick, Harold Shapiro, Herbert S. Shapiro, Sol C. Shaye, Morris Simon, Philip Thau, A. I. Uslander, and Miss Elizabeth Zentler. I)r Irving I.ehrman. spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El. and a member of the national board of directors of the American Techfessional men interested in the upbuilding of the Israel university. She has held positions of leadership in practically every Jewish organization, both on the local and national levels, and has been cited on many occasions I for her devotion to communal causes, and to the State of Israel. Last week, Mrs Glasser was victorious in the election for the job of District 3!) (Miami Beach) Democratic t "om mitt ecu oman. Baskin has issued an invitation to all Miamians to attend the event, Refreshments will be served. There will be no solicitation ol funds. periments now form the base of the U.S. Weather Bureau's system tor tornado forecasting. While in Israel. Dean Weil also met with Prime Minister Davi 1 Ben-Gurion and other leader-. In recent years, Dean Weil has I discussed with them the quest been particularly active in connection with the industrial development of the State, and in particular, with the nuclear development of Florida. His vision and encouragement were instrumental in the decision of the missilemen to establish Cape Canaveral as "America's No. 1 Launching I'ad." of applying atomic energy to aivancing Israel's development Dean Weil believes that the lar^escale introduction of atomic energy in Israel can not only be a galvanizing factor in accelerating the industrial agricultural and economic development of the country but also can serve as a stabilizing lorce leading to peace in the entire A prominent figure in the na\ m diifi Eagt lions research program, Dr. Weil; has directed his energies to secure an atomic reactor and an expanded nuclear program for Florida In the Spring of 1956, at the suggestion of the American Technion Society, he went to the TechBowfing league Banquet Temple Judea Bowling League v.ill hold its annual banquet at Westbrooke Country Club on Saturdaj evening r %  •n ol •• i Algiei i hotel Boar:: members who will serve m the comirq year include Benlamin Appel, Judge Frederick Barad. Meyer A. Baskin, M. Bernhatd. William Bornstein, Mrs. F-ances Entine. Morton R. Fellmar., Mrs. Fannie C. Frommer, Harry J. Grossman, Mrs. Guest of honor and principal speaker at the election meeting will be Dr. Joseph Wed, dean of the college of engineering at the University of Florida since 1939 The new president establishes something of a record in local civic activity as she takes the helm of an organization comprised entirely of local business and proIsrael Cotton Export Halted The Ministry of Commerce and i Industry, which informed the spin'rung industry of the new American ruling, held out 'he hop.' that the Stoppage Of exportto the tinted States may be temporary, since Washington will review the cotton yarn import quotas in October However, Israel's economic advisers in Washington have been orilose contact on V %  >r<: To Miamians — Whe Are Specialists in THE ART OF RELAXATION ENJOY THE BEST OF VACATIONS at the Finest Northern Resort v^faten Parking on Prenuaee e Cocktail Loi.nji e Dining Room la Entertainment $ Daily Fee fen. I Oble Occ. **! 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Trie V*/ %  i. neatr %  %  MMtl I i % %  : "" :£.;.. a i • ... r> • i •. %  %  : tgeaec Lefccurt Ncminatsd Prexy; New UM Chief to Speak h^s %  %  %  %  rf .<:.-.. •. • reeep •" r .-. i %  i I At tha dirwer, the Oreeter Mi arrw Jewish Federation will r*. '•we an Award ** H">n->r for itt ordination of -! by mmber f Cuban rf'ioea* The award will -< pretented b/ Jam*-. Rice, region a I executive director of United Hia Service, the only international Jawith migration agency retpontible lor world wide ami g ration and retettlement, with the exception of emigration to Israel *r -• :-trmnd o 9M* en •rvl •* an *BSlu*e prareet^n y* IIKI %  Mafacl .'* m*d* oossi* <• — BeWM, and *s i-anoe •-• ;;•-.* o--."*'-" M = r '%  %  ':•%  > 2o"; dl a* %  All OHicas: JtMtrion 8 452 li Inwira Utity li iirKl — Jitim MITT JACK O.COlOON AtTMUl H COUISMOM ,.,_ c*.—W.a %  • .>.'.t*'-t '! he ". %  ftini nnual K .it *ii,' h '.-• i Reception For Confirmands I %  • • ; •• MI u I laace *.:h followed the brat eqnfirnation icrvicaa he:r] at Dadc Height i Jewish '.'onijreija>D Suodaj evening *.!len. percent lex free intereit. The unlinked bond will pay etghl -i .d a hjlf percent. He said that (£110,000.000 JM.OOOXrOO, derived from the tale of the new securities would be incorporated in the budget. The remainder I £ 140,000,000 '144,000,000) would be deposited in the Bank of Israel, and thus withdrawn from circulation. TWIX CITY GLASS CO. SUAflAMTEfO mittOKS SrOfff FRONTS fUKNITUM TOPS ANTIQUE MIRRORS A RE SILVERING AUTO GLASS INSTAUfD WMILt YOU WAIT 1110 16th Street, M.B. Closed Soturdeys Tel. JE 1-4141 f; hkol >ta;-ment to the Knestbllowed i estion at which the -' r 1 rb I -' I rk deputies beat down four non-conJ


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Page 6-B *Jenisti fkrfdfcun Friday, ]une 15, 1962 Miss Bonnie Dubbin Becomes Bride of Gerald Askowitz 1-V.iTI Sh. MRS. GtRALD ASKOWITZ r Miss Bonnie Evelyn Punhin carried her grandmother's Bible when the became the bride <>t Gerald a Askowiti en Sunday, June • the Carillon hotel, where ;i eci ption and dinner followed. Rah hi Mayer Abramowiti officiate • l < the ceremony, the bride i %  •• -, i s lk i rganza gown embroidered with lily-of-the-valley. A huge p ui in the I ack was caught up i lily-of-the-valley, and cascading ruffles fell from the pouf to tin floor. Matron and maid of honor were Mrs. Alfred Vierner and Robin Dubbin The bride's sisters and bridesmaids included Mrs. Murray Dubbin and Elyse Dubbin. Rise Viencr was flower girl, and David Dubbin and Albert Viener served as ring-bearers. Daughter of Judge and Mrs. Albert Dubbin. 2651 So. Miami ave„ the new Mrs. Askowitz attended the University of Florida, where she was on the Dean's List, and graduated from the University of Miami. She is a past president of Delta Phi Epsilon and taught at West Miami Junior High. The bridegroom attended Mississippi Junior College on a football si holarship, is a graduate of the University of Miami, and is nowdoing post-graduate work there. His fraternity is Tan Epsilon Phi. lie is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Al!•.; %  ; Askowitz, 360 Aledo, Coral Gables. Ronald Askowitz, the groom ; -other, was best man. and serving ushers were Murray Dubbin. Di Leonard Askowitz, Dr. Alfred Viener, Larrj Lipdimsky, Sheldon •I. finer and Ronald Rosen. SamMi 1 Dubbin and Clifford Dubbin v t re junior ushers The young couple are on a tour of Florida. \\. rtit r %  Kahn MRS. MAXWtll CROSS Sherrill Katz A June Bride Rabbi Leon Kronish performed tiie evening ceremony uniting Sherrill Linda Katz and Maxwell J. Gross on Saturday. June 9. at Temple Beth Sholom. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Katz of Maplewood. N.J.. the bride was attended by her sister. Fayute Katz. and Charlotte Gerleer. Barbara Drossnen and Myra Turel served abridesmaids. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs Rose Gross, 445 SW 2nd St., •i.'l the late Harry Gross. His brother, Arnold Gross WJ his best man and ushers included Harvej Schwartz, Fred Cohen and Bob Ganado. Both graduates of the University Miami, the new Mrs Gross i in w teaching and her husband is with Gross Hardware. Following a reception in the Gigi room of the Fontainebleau hotel, the newlyweds left for a honeymoon in Jamaica On their return they will live at 170 SW 12th ter. William Shaws In Nassau A floor length gown of peau de soie with headed neckline was the choice of Miss Ellen Joy Goldberg for her 1 o'clock wedding and reception at the Seville hotel on Sunday. June 10. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro officiated. The young couple are now on a honeymoon in Nassau. Attending the bride were Arlene Braun and Mrs Jerald Balis, maul and matron of honor, and bridesmaids included Naomi Sudnow. J.me Safer. Arlyne Badanes and Linda Wasserberg. Parents of the new Mrs. Shaw ale Mr. and Mrs Sidney Goldberg, 2580 SW 22nd ave. Now at the University of Miami, she also at tended the University of Florida. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs Milton Shaw, 235 Fairway dr. A graduate of Miami Beach High, he attended the University of Florida and is now in the medical school at the University of Miami. His fraternity is Tau Epsilon Phi. Best man was Jeffrey Shaw, and Robert Braun. Henry Goldman. Jay Cooper, Paul Orseck, Robert Mar cus and Donald Sabin served as ushers. New and delicious! MRS. PAUL MARCHAND Kahn L MRS. WIIUAM SHAW Marchand Vows Exchanged Here Nassau and Cape Cod will be included in the wedding trip taken bj Mr and Mrs. Paul Albert Vfarshand who were married Saturday, June 9. at the Deauville hotel". The bride is the former Tobi A. V'endeland, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Herbert Vendeland, 3733 SW ki;ih ter. Parents of the brulegroom ate Mr. and Mrs. William Marchand. 24] No Shore dr. The bride wore a full length, egg shell white peau de sole gown reembroidered with lace and seed pearls featuring long sleeves an! a full train. She carried white orchids on the bridcgroonVs confirmation Bible. Matron of honor was Mrs. Sheldon Dobkin and Alice Frankel, Mary Jo Marchand and Nancy Marchand were bridesmaids. Best man to the bridegroom was Mark Medoif and serving as ushers were Murray Manaster, Walter March and Sheldon Dobkin. Both now at the University of Miami, the young couple will enter the University of Maryland in the fall and live in Baltimore. The former Miss Vendeland is an edu cation major and belongs to Phi Delta Gamma Council mtr! Alpha J Epsilon Phi. Mr. Marchand will attend the dental school of the university. His fraternity is Zeta Beta Tau. ILNO KOSHER MRS. RICHARD TROOP Sisterhood luncheon Planned On Wednesday noon, the Dora Stein Sisterhood will hold its i illg luncheon at the social hall of thi I-raelite Center. 3198 SW 24th ter MrAaron Bellinkoff and Mrs Philip Richman are chairmen Newlyweds in California Newlyweds Mr an! Mrs ard Ellfot Troop who were m in on Sundaj. June HI. are hoi i mooning in Califi rnia. Rabl no Wallach officiated ai afternoon ceremony held in the Fontainebleau hotel' where (i ption followed The coupll home when they return v III be at 715 s\v 9th st.. Gajnesvilli For her wedding the former \li- Karen Lynn Shachat chosi gown of white taffeta trimmed itti imported lace, sequins and pear [I featured a train and long sleeves and with it -he carried white orchids on a Bible. Her attendants were Ronnie Cramer and MrEar Smith. Daughter of Mr and Mr-. Mil ton A Shachat. 15210 NE 10th cl the bru'e is a graduate if Nor! Miami High and attended the I'm versity of Florida Parents of the bridegroom an Mr. and Mrs. Eugene M. Troop, 7520 Mutiny ave.. Treasure Island^ A graduate of Miami Beach High he is now attending the school n electrical engineering at the ft..versity of Florii serving as his I I -I man was Harvej Meltzer and ushers were Alai Troop. Marin Eisler, Bob Ma) and Harvey Swadlow. /Mrs. Biderman to Speak United Nations Study Group of Miami Beach will meet on Tuesday, 8 p.ffl at the Washington Federal bldg., 1244 Washington' ave Speaker will he Mrs Dorothy Bid(.man Mrs. Anna Weiss is chairman. Sabbath Dinner Holidays and every day SLICED PASTRAMI Ask for All WILN0 Kosher PRODUCTS Corned Beef, Pastrami, Salami, Bologna, Krispit Frankfurters Kashruth Quality Flavor WILNO KOSHER SAUSAGE CO. (of Chicago) MIAMI BRANCH 2181 N.W. 10th AVENUE Phone FR 1-6551 Kosher your meat and fowl with Diamond Crystal Kosher Salt! Three generations of Jewish housewives have put their fullest confidence in this famous salt for purity and quality. Its compliance with Dietary Law is absolute. 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Friday. June 15. 1962 v-knistrkridliir Page 5-A JEWISH' NATIONALISM A GAME 7 There Should be a Law Against Zionism A CJ By Special Report CHICAGO American Jews wno e "Jewish il ip pla; ing a '"parnism and to de. .. th n %  > a _vi ar-o] declaration ol I political This hy Rabbi Elmer Bei I N'ev : v r -in laism, as hi a recenl y, 18th an. iralce. Rabbi Berqer, an anti-Zionist, co-iter.dcd that those who call themselves ncn-Ziorist "have • wai owed the basic principle of Zionism" without attending "a Zionist melting or reading a piece of Zionist literature." often, he continued, non-Zionists downgrade Zionist "aggressions," because they are too uncomfortable to face them. George Lincoln Rockwell left Miarr.; quietly late last week c.:tei :ereiving an even quieter reception from what he hoped would be prospective members for his American Nazi Party. Rockwell had arrived here to "investigate" the case of the Dade County Slate Attorney's office against three Miamians implicated in dynamite charges. Police Guard Continued from 1-A ..nd Fascism, any provo i.uld inevitably result in a violent reaction. The events proved : again and it is only due i i tin tact of the police force an>l it* (•.:., tncy and the moderating aition : Jewish community OlflCi. thai no worse incidents oci : he Je of Home want > I. be left in peace and to deil themselves to their occupat ns The best waj to achieve this ito avoid vexing contacts." The area of the clashes is a lowc class district which was %  compulsory dwelling place : Rome's Jews About a third ot .2,000 Jews live in the old i :to He said that -they look upon [omething an Israeli Prime Minister says or does as if it were part if ;i parlor game, words or phrases that just come together, by chance. whimsy or caprice, as in a game >f 'Scrabble' The Council leader cited a law enacted by the Israel Knesset in IM2, called "The World Zionist Organization-Jewish Agency for Palestine (Status) Law." According to the rabbi, this put into effect a declaratory policy statement by the Israel Prime Minister earlier in the year It delegated to the World Zionist Organiation the responsib.hty "to force the Jewish people into one." It charged the Zionist Organization to "promote immigration into Israel. What the law really says. Rabbi Berger continued, "is that the recognized government of Israel ,ii,il the Zionist Organization are one Sovereignty. Their separate functions are definitely legislated. The normal government can represent only the formal state. But the state is sovereign for the Jewish people' and so a department of the government, made such by a legal agreement, handles the problems of the state for 'by far the greater part of the Jewish people (which) is still divided among the nations/ to quote the Prime Minister. •This means that when American Zionists exert influence in your synagogue, your charities, in the American press, in "non-Zionist 1 organisations, they are fulfilling the administrative policy of the i Zionist-Israel executive branch, through the authority to do so ranted them in this enactment of The Knesset The Prime Minister rds, the state "hai ii part of J IV !hroughoul the l 1 % %  < %  ''• %  The Courcil leader called upon the United Stales Government to prevent what he termed "incur i ;ns Into our life by a foieign so^ere^nty," arising out cf published Zionist claims ard actions cf the executive, legis'ative end jucficial branches of the Israeli gcve-nment. The latest statement cf "historic, improper claims," said the rabbi, was in the Eichmann Case Judgment, in which the State of Israel designated itself "the sovereign state of the Jewish people." The council officials described the history of Zionism from its toun ing in 1897 b> Theodor Herzl, through the Balfour Declaration in 1917. and up to the present, to -how that the aims of Zion.sm had always been the creation of a status for "the Jewish people." recogniz-1 ed in international law as a "national and ethnical entity." This, the speaker said, has always been more fundamental to Zion.sm than "the national home," or the State of Israel Outgoing president Jerry Lindenbaum (leit presents gavel cf office to newly-elected president Lee Howlcrd, of the Bay Harbor-Surfside Optimist Club. Presentation was made at the club's sixth annual installation affair at Westview Country Club. Howard, councilman of Surfside and former vice mayor was also presented with a gift in recognition of his service to the club during the past year under Lindenbaum's administration. Camp to Close Registration Here Rabbi Berger cited repeated actions of Israeli authorities contending that "the Jewish people is an internationally recognized political ar.d Ethnical entity" with tne State of Israel as the self-proclaimed "sovereign State Of the Jewish people." The "Jewish people" concept—regarding all Jews as one nction—Rabbi Berger observed, is the key to an understanding of the [srael-Zionist mechanism. It built the phrase—through the "dereliction of the great powers of the world and through the romantic pragmatism of the so-called non Zionists"—into a state now recognized by the nations of the world. including the United States, said the rabbi. Temple Emanu-El's summer day camp will close registration books on Friday, June 15. it was announced this week. "With the large number of parents who have already registered their children," said Milton Feinstein. the camp's director, "it will be very difficult for us to accommodate any boys and girls whose names have not been submitted to us by next Friday." Temple Emanv-EI day camp caters to boys and girls from 4 through 12, and is under the personal supervision of Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of the congregation. Four-year-olds in the half-day nursery group will be under the direction of Mrs. Jeanette Goldberg, of the Temple Emanu-El nur-cry school. Among other senior counselors for the full-day progmra \Jerry Katz. former All-American swimmer; Ha viva Zour. arts and crafts. Martin Liebowitz. Judaic programming; and Sonia Glasser. genera', activities. Junior counselors are Marcia Cohen, Rhoda Deutschman, Leon Firtel. Judi Kross. Efrem Lieher and Larry Schwartz. Jeff Lanawehr will be office assistant. Summer day camp tuition Includes transportation and all supplies. For the first time, this year a prepared lunch program is available for those parents who wish to take advantage of it. Mrs. Biderman to Speak United Nations Study Group oi Miami Beach will meet on Tuesday. 8 p.m.. at the Washington Federal bldg.. 1244 Washington ave Speaker will be Mrs. Dorothy Bide.nian Mrs. Anna Weiss is chairman. L'CHAYIM to the American-qualityof greatness! THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGFD needs for its THRIFT SHOP All your furniture, clothing, linens, dishes, drapes, etc. All ptHdi go towards support of th* Homo. You may contribute, ak • li> deduction or wo will pay cath for sum*. Romombor w* ar* NOT a profit-making organisation Wo ar* helping your community to koop its o.ynity. Sy helping others you are helping yourself! Manufacturers and cibbert—remember—w* can uso all your >utcasts or misfits. Pease call us for early pick-up. THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP 7331 N.W. 27th Avenue Ph. 696 2101 Closed Saturdays North Dade Social North Dade chapter. B'nai Brith Women will have a membership social Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs Arthur Horwitz. 1141 NE 175th st No Miami Beach. Mrs Robert Brown is in charge of the affair. GOLFERS LOWER YOUR SCORES! rou can hove new Crips iiufo/fedClubs reshoffed or reweighfedWHILE YOU WAIT! Wood elub. rrf.n.shed Ilk; •All nicks removed, restored and name ropl.OOd, Alto •P"' £ golf shoes. b?. 3 i. e.rto. b". %  Sets and accestor.es. Bett telec "ivarrmm fo* TMI COIFM" /ACCC c0lF CLUB vyVaJrr 3 mvKi 1423 Ponce do Loon Blvd. HI 3-2659 Corol Gables, Flo. Commodore Uriah P. Levy" Famed naval hero of the War of 1812. Levy served his country with great distinction from the Revolution to the end in 1862. His quality of greatness is seen in the law he fathered—the abolishment of flogging in the Navy. He bought Monticello. Thomas Jefferson's home, had nV; repaired and gave it to the government. The first permanent Jewish Chapel in the Navy, dedicated in 1959 in Norfolk. Va.. was named in his memory.. I01U) IA1.VKRT The UChayim Wliiskey ... LRD CAL\?Elfr Truly the American Whiskey of DistinctionUncompromising people make Lord CalverU discerning people enjoy it, H MOOT % MUM WHlMitJ I 0. M • > • %  ••* JT...I* • CAIVUT...STIUtM COMfurr. M T.S,



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P< -e 3B +Jmls9-nt*Hton Friday. June 15. 1962 7,'.MAN OF THE WEEK It was Di • %  H Evi • irr D cander Bobbins, Then l> and ma:. im be ••••' lot bii fami :• and R U Eight tnpi to %  be officei to >k their babies RUTH It i,i h< rd lil" and i in admit' hi tund wife Ai toon a%  .'.„the ex| •• to the movii >• took them along. r to accept ind to do the ild • ••; if 'he ice melted in the make ebox on the hottest of days or : .. pa kui caw to ut oa ;• n ,,..\ i >o Ruth .ira-luat. • ;r.r. North estern University where she i i in o< i t lot j She lid *ork I then worked professionher field She met Al at i <, .*h one <>! iternity He .%  hed hei oil her feet and ll MI a good thing she marloctot bet ii be got pneumonia on' i m, and ipent most ol it at the Ambas ador hotel in Honolulu with nurses i lock Wl et b< ttei thej went on to Hawaii, and then back to Miami Beach, where \i had been pi Finally, the .,,, over, Ituth settled down to being a ir's wife. It i!,n'l only the doctor who hai to be a dedica ed • his wife must be one t H>. •.he wife must be patient and understanding. it difficult at first, but no* she is truly a doc. ,. • ho %  !. he did PTA work, she i*t reallj like Bui nov l in be told because Dick graduates this tek Iron, ihe Univerait) 1 Michigan—and will go to New York Med School, \ ;;.!-• president of Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood, active in Brant nivcrsitj National Women's Committee, and National Council ol i,h \\ men, Kuth is always in lemand ai arrangements chairman chaii mi n ol the day—any day. Ruth ian avid reader, and th-night that Al goea to the fights—he's Boxing Commission MI)-she nets so interested in the book before thai she doesn't even watch television to see if his tie is on straight. ;o to football games—have been titting in the tame -eats tor Her two menfolk love 'o eat. and it seems that Ruth la always I pping and cooking A ipendid cook, Ituth excels in that—as in anyti :>g she undertakes. FLAGS FLY. BALLS ROLL AT WESTVIEW COUNTRY CLUB A Golf Tournament during the day and a buffet dinner at night wai the way that Westviev. member^ spent Memorial Day. Everyone i, out ai droves to iee the trophies given out Casual clothes were rder. Stanley and Jon! Tate were there with Jack and Norma Games Si and Helen Somerstein. At President and Mrs. Ferd Meyers' table were Ihe Philip Wexners and the jack Brantmana and the Meyers' son, .i. mea, and his bride Aaron and Marcella Kanner, Sidney and Sylvia l tcourt, Carl and Esther Weinkle, Stanlej and Martha Myers, the i ..is Spitzcrs, the Abraham Molaskys, and the Jack Daners all were hi %  ini a grand time BLACK CATS AND BROKEN MIRRORS Neithei Norman n Ro all Vrkm arc superstitious II was their ith'.vtddii they celebrated three times. That's in, i on the anmvei u p ip r thej went bowling together since ir.-1 was the openn I ll r bowlin lea ue The next night, I |hi \rkin clat a hotel for dinner and the i re show. Th Son and Rosa i i the Gigi ,,• Kontaineb th Burl and Jackie Hall That is rating lor t i Thej av B >i and Polly de i M, %  i ih Mi VIi Ben Gaines sittii .i table. en lookini la mot -* A NEW ROLE \t tlic i' rai l Bon I 'nner I Mrs i m e in Span ;Icd Banner n %  pod that no ild hvai hei i, ii i' cai Sharon Press Now Mrs. Parnes The chapel at Bct.h David was the wed ling of Miss and Laurence Alan Rabbi nan N Shapiro and Cantor William Upson officiated at the > afternoon ceremony wh;ch followed by a reception in SpeCtOf Hail Parents of the newlyweds are Mr and MrGilbert Press, 11 Se•.ilia ave ar.d Mr and Mrs David E Pan • %  13 I University dr 1h,im Lubell. who has. been elected president for a second term, returns to the city Sisterhood members are actively %  i in recruiting campers for Temple Sinai Daj Camp which has all types of new equipment and swimming pool avaiable. Sam p'leischer icamp director Members will continue to spon sor the Oneg Shabbal follow mu Friday night services throughout Ihe summer Mrs. Huth Myassan is chairman of the committee Given in marriage by her father. Sandra Harriet Shapiro, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel W. Shapiro. 4325 Adams ave., became the bride of Maurice Friedland on Sunday. June 10. Site of the 1 o'clock ceremony was Temple Beth Sholom, with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating. For the nuptials, the bride selected a street-length gown of white silk organza featuring a fitted home in Miami bodice of embroidered eyelet or gandy and a peter pan collar The skirt 'A. is bouffant and the sleeves pouted She carried her confirmation Bible. Maid of honor was Ellen Sha piro, the bride's sister, and Karen ...id Marilyn Sorin were bridesmaids A graduate of Miami Beat h Sen mr High and the University ol Ml ami, the new Mrs Friedland is cap tain of the university gold team. .id won the club champion hip at Bayshore golf course The bridegroom is the son ol Mr. and MrLeonard Friedland lie is a gra luate ol th-University ol Miami and a certified public accountant. He serves as advisor to Beta Sigma Rho fraternity Serving as best man was Dr. Harvey Resnik, ai I groomsmen were Michael Schneider. Herman Sonn. Harold Becker. Dr. David Taylor. and Bernard Jaffe. Alan and Haloid Shapiro, the bride's brother., served as junior ushers. Attending the ceremony, recep: ion and formal luncheon which to lowed were Mrs. Feierberg Of Chicago, the bridegroom's maternal grandmother, and Nathan Hure witz. the bride's paternal gram father. 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Pcge 4-B .lewlstncrknan Sigma Delta Tau Plans National Convention Here Beginning June 23 Looking over reservations for the Sigma Delta Tau convention here are (left to right) Mrs. J. Bernard Spector and Mrs. Marvin Me it us. Checking the calendar of Sigma Delta Tau events are (left to right) Mrs. Charles Festinger and Mrs. Philip Lefkowitz. The 21st biennial convention of Sigma Delta Tau will open at the Edeft Roc hotel on June 23. Sigma Delta Tau is the national collegiate sorority maintaining chapters on 28 campuses in the United States and 40 Alumnae Letw*s across the country. National council members, official chapter delegates, and representatives will make up the more than 100 members who will attend. 1he five-day meeting. Many events have been planned by the local alumnae committee Highlights of the convention will be a speech by Hendrik J. Berns on Our Last Frontier." a look at Latin America, the Caribbean, and the Alliance for Progress. The talk is scheduled for Monday evening, June 25 The dinner will also lion i • %  all SDT's belonging I i Phi Beta Kappa, Mortar Board and other campus honoraries Another featured highlight will bi the Panhellenic i n on Tin led by re] iron all natu nal rities IT Maj A Bi i iversit) will i Stones Othi i .. Is %  %  : -' Miss Mar) !'. Mei the University of • %  ., rs i Dean Brunson's staff. Miss Raj Sommer, Sigma Delta Tau national president, will preset'.: Dr. Bi inson with • %  special award "tor her outstanding work with Panhellenic at the University ol Miami." Mrs. Phillip Lefkowitz, Miami Beach, is national convention chairman, and Mrs. Charles Festinger, Coral Gables, is her assistant. Other members of the local committee are Mrs Gerald Smith, favors; Mrs. Milton Schermer. decorations; Mrs. J Bernard Spector and Mrs. Marvin Meitus, reservations; Mrs. George Jacobson, courtesy; Mrs. Leslie Bukstel. song book; Mrs. Donald Boudy. barbecue party; Miss Brenda Brody, splash party; Mrs Emanuel Goldstrich, entertainment; Mrs Morton Grant, arrangements coordinator. Sigma Delta Tau".national executive counciL-mcmber,*. are Miss Kav Sommer. Baton Rouge. La., president; Mrs. Seymour Orner. Chicago. Mrs. Norman Beck. Beverly Hills. Calif. Mrs. Morton Grant, Coral Gables. Mrs. Gene Burke, Houston, vice presidents; Mrs. William Katz. Chicago, administrative secretary; Mrs Irving Friday. June 15, 1962 Linderman, Indianapolis, treasurer, Mrs. Charles Chapelle, Chicago, secretary, Along with its goals of hup scholastic achievement and eth:, >l slandards. Sigma Delta Tau spo sors the Leah Kartman Memor. Scholarship Fund at Brandeis I • versity, a blood research pi at the University of Minnesota, an aids the Multiple Sclerosis Foun ., tion. Locally^^the Miami Alumn League has worked with Ila\ School for Mentally Retarded Chi dren. The League has built classroom, furnished a lounge, an helped furnish a domitory tags and auditorium. Mrs. Fr Reis is president of the Mia Alumnae League. only HELLMANN'S could do such wonderful things for salads! Roosevelt Group Plans Activities Mrs. Evelyn Mader will tell Facts About Fallout" to members of the Eleanor Roosevelt chapter. B'nai B'rith Women, at a meeting Wednesday evening at Westbrooke Country club Mrs. Mader Ian adull e lucation ier with the Dade county public schools, The Civil Defensi pro gram is open to the public New chapter officers include Mesdames Robert Gross, presidi i .... i A %  n Weil stein. e m I Marvin Shoenb i presidents; Jordan Matlm treasurer; Roberl Sussn in Hi :::. and Simon Spector, se< David Benjamin s< i lini I Sheldon Wynne, hi ian; Gert Davidson and Myron Rub in. board members; and Hewitt Weiss, counselor. The chapter iplaning a summer hoe down for paid-up members on We tie-day evening. June 27. at the nie Hickory Barbecue, 750] Bird id. Elton Fdelman will present a Fashions in Flowers" tribute to summertime, Mrs. Alvm WeinBtein, membership vice president, and Mrs. David Polow, co-chairman, are in charge. Eleanor Roosevelt chapter is also planning to send six delegates to the District 5 convention of B'nai B'rith Women in Washington. DC. scheduled June 30 to July 4. 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Pcge 2-B +J&*isi) ntridicir Friday. June 15, 1962 Smartly attired in tashion's latest and wearing smiles to match the festive occasion are these leaders of the Women's Division. American Society for Technion, seen at their installation luncheon at the Fontainebleau hotel. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Jack Katzman, vice president and chairman of the day; and Mrs. Philip F. Thau, president. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Max Weitz; Mrs. George Valentine, life member; Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink; and Mrs. Ben-Zion Ginsburg, hostess end board member. Techno?! Women Aim for l^r-w Mer bers Here d 'tit "i : V S execu h l r ncheon in I he Fon • %  • %  I" •...:.' bl of leadMrs rhau exlocal chapter is a p with exmen i rship ts primary ... r everj SI. 000 collected in < t •-. a one-year full scholarship is for a deserving student of _> Mrs. Thau said Membership in the newly-formed apter was increased by almost luring the afternoon. Mrs. Her%  an .i Leffert, national president. v is hostess to the members and s] i ctive members ho were in-. ted to see a film showing the ik an accomplishments of the • Israel Institute of Tech: li gj i. I laifa Also installed b> Mindlin were Irving Lehrman, honorary Mrs Meyer A Baskin, Sal < h Mrs Trudy Ham. -c hlag, Mrs Jack Katzman, vice Mr* Harold Thurman, Mrs. Henrj i secretarj :.. Ru! •:. financial secre Ruben Porter, IS I Academy PTA Elects Officers PT \ ; ihi H< brew Academy its closing meet ng for the %  62 school terra on Sundaj eveni, P i n the 1i w Hebrew Academy. The meeti r '" '" to leach rs." an Mrs Nathan : Iman. < hairman of the nomcommittee | r sented the %  .. 5 tate i officers for the • o ning year: President, Mrs. Sheldon Dearr; v ce presidents, Mrs. Herbert Berger, Mrs Samuel Gombetg, Mrs Solomon Mason. Mis. Leonard Ros(.i, Mrs Tobias Simon, Mrs. Sam Rngner; recording secretary, Mrs. Matthew Zuckerman; corresponding secretaries, Mrs. Arthur Brooks, Mrs Gerald Greenberg, Mrs ; Abe Hoffenberg; social secretary, Mrs. Henry Penchansky; treasurer. Mrs Marvin Choos; chaplain. Mrs II Louis Rottman; historian. Mrs Maurice Kellner. The prosram also included mov iet covering many events in the Academy's history presented by Rabbi Shimon Azulay. a member ii the Hebrew faculty Mrs. Herbert Berger was chairman of the evening. Dr. Woltson in lecture The ninth lecture on "Thi v of Living Happilj will be given bj Dr. Abraham Wolfson at the Spini za Outd %  Forum on the 8th ,t beach at 8 a.m on Tusdaj Thursday, following exercises led iy Charles Siegel and the Slim ,iastics Club. Father's Day at Doug'as Gardens All fathers at the Jewish Home for the Aged will bi honore I and receive a gift at the Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary, Miami Beach group, annual Fathers Day partj at Douglas Gardens on Sunday from 2 to 4 p.m. Mrs sol Silverman. honorary president, will give the message ol welcome, and special honorwill he accorded to the oldest father resident at the home Program chairman. Mrs Louis Makovsky, will introduce Frank ( asciloa. president. local 655, American Federation Of Musicians whose orchestra will present a special musical program in hon r ,u the occasion, A special tribute will be given to Casciola, whose orchestra plays frequent concerts at the home for the residents. Refreshments will he served. Three Teachers Are Honored Mrs Ah in SUN a| e Mrs Rotn i Rubins and Mrs, Milieu Fel i bar. e 11 •' re, %  i eveni in honor of Mi h, MIPearl Biggs i .:: i Meyers Hunt at the Bi c: yne JSlementary sch The three, teachers at thi : %  retiring ••' thi en st hoc! year, having gii ii nl century of servici e'ren. Mrs. Marj HogenmulW principal 'if the sch tol, former -t denl and their parents, as well .. [i |)ow-teachers, gather homage and present i a with a gift Others attending were Dr .1" Hall, superintendent of schools ai ) ; Anna Brenner lley< i .lack Gordon, of the l>.i school board Local city officials whosi dren were former students at \ ice Mayor and Mrs. Malvin Em lander, Councilman and Mrs Mi vri .1 Richard. Judge and MrMi ton Feller. Councilman and M Lee Howard of Surfside, Count man and Mrs Fred Faulkner Bal Harbour, and Councilman Mrs Paul School of Treasure i: nd father's Day Picnic A Father's D i> picnic a) Mornp will be held by the Jewish retir | olice social organization, on \ .it io a.m Program will inle activties for children Mich ael Altes is in charge of arrange ments. c .^firino DAIRY DISHES a SNACKS ibUgP IC TASTE BETTER WITH BREAKSTONE'S (just as they always have) NOW You Can Drink All The Iced Tea You Want WITHOUT Gaining A Single Ounce 4-Oz. Size Bottle Oly 75c At Leading Food Stores Anyway you slice it, a tempting spread! Put the best where it belongs—on your table. It's a good fami'y custom. Anytime you serve, pick Breakstone's and enjoy the really fresh, creamy rich goodness "bargain dairy" products can't duplicate. Dairy meal or friendly snack, make Breakstone's part of your good life toda\! good dairy tq^ you from



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Tcce 8-A fJmUti ncrktian Friday. June IS \%i Youth Assist In Observance the day. May 13. Guest sp Rabbi Allen Rut chick. director Alexander At Instructor at Beth Torah school, serve* :• nth CSub to Merit Father's Day More than 100 members of \ Judaea groups of Beth Torah attended the congregations services recently i>' obse t \ •• the 14th anniversary of the State of Israel. Rabbi Max A. L!|>>chitz officiated Miss Sandra Levy, a group lead-1 er, and instructor in Beth Toral religiou s scho I, p k e on | -Israel—A spiritual Foimtam 1 Miami Friendl) Social drawing oil her personal expert,,.,.!„.,,•,. Fathers Daj cnces in the -> • ls an I settle. A Iit tl g] %  The dub IS I Leaders ol %  %  iviti< %  ~< n ; %  i %  • rhu a v i %  Marsha B i II ... %  !;• ROVPI r, Mrs h I •. • | t -v ;• '...l Cashv Max ( %  II s eni i • %  %  Newly-elected officers of the South Beach 9 Club were installed at en annual br.nquet last week c.t the Algiers hotel. Standing left to right are Louis Weissman. corresponding secretary; Harry Turkel, recording secrelary; Murray Fidlon. vice president and treasurer; Sol Roth, vice president; Walter B. Lebowitz, president; and Judge Henry Balaban, installing officer. Next regular meeting of the organization will be June 21 at the Cardozo hotel. $36,240,000 for MidYear UJA Continued from Page 1-A "elps resettle Israel's immigrants. Executive vice chairman Herbert A. Friedman told the gathering how increased Jewish immigration to France, and other crises, are affecting the programs of the Joint Distribution Committee, another UJA beneflcrary, in Europe and North Africa. many without doors, windows, paint, electricity, sometimes even without floors. And even these half-finished units are rapidly being used up. while Agency personnel are working around-the-clock, living to cope with this and other absorption problems."' The success of the Agency's plan to build 18.000 immigrant housing units this year, he indicated, depends on a conCommittee, Rabbi Friedman told the Jewish leaders. "At least 30,000 new Jewish arrivals have poured into France in the first five months of the year," the UJA executive head declared. "Add ed to the heavy Jewish refugee Immigration into France of 1961, they have brought the total to at least 50,003 new refugee*." tinuous flow of funds. Calling on the assembled leaders Amba?sador Comay stressed the to sustain the cash momentum durC( ntinui dcterminatl0n of IsraC |'s mg toe rest of the year. Mr Me>takc and ductlvcIv might spe „, France alone have soared to 38.000 for any comparable period in re-" ci(i he noted 3fe al .. persons-tw.ee what they were a cent years. "The stra.n th.s has tM/Hj f „ rnish na w(1 nf PW-PW lhpe# | few years ago." he said He lusted Tunisia. Morocco and Algeria as The French Government has been liberal in its assistance, and the French Jewish community has stepped up its aid efforts. Rabbi Friedman told the conference, "Nonetheless, JDC's relief rolls in placed on the capacity of the people of Israel and the Jewish Agency to absorb these newcomers," he .'aid. "can only be alleviated by cash and more cash The heartening sum we have raised to date, will go far toward eliminating halfway absorption measures forced recently by lack of funds for ] lull measure resettlement aid." Reporting on these "halfway -res'' adopted by the Jewish ncy for Israel in the present ation, Dr. Lubin told of "parly completed houses in which rs have been moving. Israel's citizens, icady furnishing two of every' three | dollars required to speed immigrant reception and absorption, through taxes and levies. In the face of this year's heightened immigration. Israel's citizens voluntarily accepted added tax burdens to meet expanded need. He urged the UJA leaders to keep up their I least half of the 600.000 Jewish cash efforts. The heavy increase in Jewish immigration is not confined to Israel, but is taking place in France, as well, and has put "tremendous pressures" on the programs of the Joint Distribution National ADL Picks 3 Miamians been ap> the nal i mittt %  .1o! ird chairRot %  n Meyers -. nam%  nance i i to t lit) nd Cl • • .: trustee of the : pr .' ol ol J< ish Ed ication, v ill participate in the formulation %  he League's administrative and tarj structure. rth, a member of the live i n i e of the ADL and a former ADL chairman the 5th D =trii I of B'nai B'rith. help lo determine the program the Lea tein, a member i f the • %  : char mber of the Mil i pier Ihe Ann r in Jewish Commiti i will help to formulate the | tic nature and priorities ol League's 'am CrxiSSk ELECTRIC GLASS BOTTOM BOATS All vrckMSMi* HOTll ] GUS SHAW TRAVtt SttVKL he. I4v H.i. 1st St., Miam.. 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n j by ISABEL GROVE -I party given for Franklin Klein's 18th birthday by his eph and Ernie Klein Secrel ol the barbecue dinwell the guest ol honor confessed he was too startled Guests included Ricky stern. Sam Yanowitz, Harold I David Baer, with whom Franklin has been friends since here eight years ago Big brother, Leslie, joined tl %  %  %  ;i V i 11I ( **-iaa ., — %  i VB "• VWCI uvm>c, JWIUCU >|IC and led the boys and their dales through the mazes Of the i.ily and the ever popular twist, taking a permanent record gaiety with his movie camera The celebrant has just ted from Beach High, where he was president of the Key Plans to enter the University of Miami in September Vnothcr surprise party for a member of the younger set l_.daj iii school at Nautilus Junior High Beeme the perfect v:., to celebrate the 14th birthday of Penny, daughter of Mr. and Dannj (Helen) Sepler With the Moulin Rouge set up hi club, 6< boy-, and girls shook the rafters with their gyrate the juke box recordings of the twist Harvey 11, and 9 brother and sister of the celebrant, having as much tun big girls and boys Keeping the pace a last one. the and foster aunt, Mrs Lenorc Kleiman \ Sweet 16" party for Carole Farber and 40 of her friends .it the Deauville's Baccarat room last Saturday Mr. and V-Sam Farber. 5233 Alton rd., parents of the deb. • • • Kenneth Nathan Frishman, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Morris FannU I Pepper, and great-grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Pepper. ating irum Southwest High as a member of five honor soS mathematics, social science. German, physics and nabonor Planning to attend the University of Florida. mater of his parents. Shirley and the late Newton Fnsh\ busy week for the family of Mr and Mrs Sheldon Kay. 251 dr E.. Bay Heights With each of their three sons having rticular occasion to celebrate, the family including grandMr and Mrs Morris Fox, gathered at Westbrooke Coun!r\ Club on Saturday night in honor of son Howard's graduation, honors, from Miami High He'll enter the University of i In the fall Richard 12. graduating from the sixth • at Coral Way Elementary, entertained 35 of his classmates a swim party, barbecue supper and dancing, also at West And Kevin marked his llth birthday Thursday with his age group at a bop party, also at Westbrooke • • • Fannie smith, executive secretary of Hadassah, leaving 0-month trip to Europe, which will include visits to Israel. Greece, France ami England Feted at a bon voyage at the Schi hcra/.idc room of the Algiers last Sunday, host. her on Harr.v Smith, and his beautiful wife. Marilyn • r> extenuinu wishes for happy landings. Marilyn's mother. Inez Krensky, the former July Krensk) and her husband, Gerard, Arlene and Herb Krensky. Natalie and Leonard • Mrs Frieda Salet. ..nd Theodore and Sarah Leiberman litting Miami, but just for the summer, Margaret and Ben will work amusic and drama counselors at Camp Hem • h in Hunter, NY On the way north, they'll stop eft m ton, D.C., tor a vi-it with daughter Wendy and her buslaw rence Goldberg, who is with the urban planning departthe IS government Then to New York where they'll the Paoki Cast Is Music Festival the end of June ixanne Pallet back from Ivr first year at the University of -in in time ; %  > -crv< abridesmaid for Carol Barrocas on Her dad. E. Albert Pallot, chairman of the City of i beaut ification committee, best man for the bridegroom, rd Schulman. • • v. nner of the major prize in the recent Poinciana Art ExhibiBurdine's was Miami artist. Reyna Youngerman Her i of Crandon Park won her the three-day trip tor two to and a lone man -how at Burdine's starting June 25 .. has also been selected aone of the Miami artists to show Florida West Coast exhibition She and her husband. r\en more excited that daughter Marianna. whom they went ..11 for will be spending the first summer in three years with \t.1 ji.rin • if education :"! social work. Marianna will tei ng her senior yeai at Florida state in the fall She received .• medallion m recognition ol her work with Hillel, will serve aa counselor at Normandie Summer lamp here %  :f in study French at the Sorbonne for six week-. Fred L. son of Mrs Jacques Cohen, ol Sunset Island i. sailed on the ', Beer last month Another -.x weeks will be spent l.i. ;. w ••• hiroommate at the Universitj ol PennsylEdward N. Tuder, son ol Dr and Mrs Gabriel Tuder, ol • \ i ng weekend fi hing in the Florida Keys for the David nd their three Sammy, Steve and Barbara Thirteen,; nor student at Nautilus Junior Huh. has ee| .ii at Phillips Academy in An over, Mass., where lie stud) nuclear physics starting in September, • • lust a few weeks ago. Hilda and Charles Gertler celebrated 5th wedding anniversary with a large partj in their home \ dr This pasl Saturday, the -aimgoes:and man) attended the bns of the mst Gertler grandchild in the same Joseph He'd (din. son ol Susan and Peter Olin. born Paternal grandmother iMis Joseph olin Rabbi Machtei officiated at 'he ceremonj The new father's er, Gerald, was godfather, and Trudi Gertler, sister of the mother, was godmother former Cornelia W. Turk, now Mrs Alvin Philipson. gradfrom Brandeis University on Sunday Daughter ol Mr. Mr Harold Turk. Cornelia's father, a Fellow on the board dndeis marched in the procession with her Other activith( lurk household recently—son Hobin was confirmed at Emanu-EI and Jonathan IT. left Saturday tor Tallahassee ervi in it \State Week there as a representative of Miami :. He. h • • • \i w group of talented Miami Beach High students calling them '' 'the Continentals introducing "The YOO-HOO Spin' to the set Written by Mike Cowan, paini-.t of the group, who Pad) has three hit records to his name, and is a member of %  !'. it is rumored the "Spin" mav replace the •Twist" in the group are. on drums. Bob Payton, lead guitar. Rl< I vocalist. Bert Samel Latest engagement, the conunnatiofl dance at Temple Emanu El Monday night. the w ornan s "WoJJ jTewis]h FlloiriLdliaia Miami. Florida, Friduv. June 15. 1962 Section 3 Officers of the American Jewish Congress meet at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Mandler to form the South Dade chapter of Congress. Standing (left to right) are Mesdemes Sy Dexler, Gerald Schwartz. Howard Lessner and Kenneth Rosen. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. David Muskat. vice president of the South Florida Council of Congress; Mrs. Lillian Maml w president of the South Florida region. Women's division of Congress; Mrs. Mandler; and Mrs. Ben WooUstead. Over 150 members of the Opti Mrs. Club of Miami Beach and their friends attended the annual installation luncheon ot the organization last Wednesday at the Seville hotel. Officers installed by Mrs. Paul Bromberg are seated (left to riqhD Mrs. Leonard Platt, reTemple Menorah Players rehearse for their annual "Spring Festival" presentation on Saturday at the Temple Social Hall. This year's musical revue is entitled "The Pleasin' Seasons." and has been written and directed by Mrs. Robert Bloch. Sected at the piano is Mrs. Selma Glass. Standing are Mrs. Nathan Greenhouse and atop the piano Mrs. Jack Segal. cording secretary; Mrs. Sam Hirsch. vice pres ident; Mrs. Murray Sonnett, president; Mrs. Manny Goldstritch. vice president; Mrs. Jay Jacobi, corresponding secretary. Standing are Mrs. Arthur Leibowitz. social secretary; and Mrs. Robert Jackson treasurer. Local Women UOTS Delegates Mrs. Fred Fuller and MrHarold Brown wi re to participate in tin • tern c inference, Uniti d i ir i r of True Sister-, whii h w. to b< held at the WaldorfA-'i ria hi ti I in N w York City, this Thursday The) were to serve official di le -atefrom Miami Lodge 4.T in Miami Beach The conference was to review the program ol activities earned on b) the tins. America's oldest nation al Jewish women's fraternal and philanthropic organization, and discuss plans for the coming year Among the participants was to le Mrs Joseph Winters of New York City, rational president, and Harrj A Green eof Newark. N J natii i al fit \ ice president. Beacot 18 ol New York i [j was to be the hostess lod e and MrArnold Wcrthcim. past I resident, was to preside. Oi in i v ; <\ the organization includes i total oj 15 lodges :hn ugh untry v bich car ry on pi < 1 non-sectarian philanthrop) Its national project.



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F=oe 14-A *J(ni§t Ffrricftor Friday. June 13, 19£; Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN Israel is Needle in a Haystack at the Seattle Worlds Fair Seattle IF THE Seattle Worlds Fair at %  curately forecasts the 2lsi century, the "space age" will have few Jewish or Israeli aspects The Fair seeks to anticipate what lite will be like in the year 2000. But a visitor socking an inkling of future Jewish life may explore floating cities, ride monorails through all stations, and search from the top of the Spate Needle — It little avail He will find: A "kosher corned beef sandwich available only ami: spaci sausages at a Wesl German Hofbrau Haus The smug likeness oi Abdel Nasser futuristica Ij tian pavilion. Beneath, Egypt..-. ..;. • propaganda proclaiming ecogi izes Egypl i fficiei thi Suez anal. The Canal will still bar the 21sl century. i is ni Israi h pavilion on the Fair's i' thi W rid Appeals abound at the Fair ve themselves from nuclear traged) bj declarii for Christ. Christian churches, ol sign, are advertised by glistening. ernisti sses throughout the floating cities. terspaci synagogues are discernible modem Israeli art is displayed in the Fine Pavilion that the %  •Jewish" theme, if any. is cted by a painting called "The Ascension ol the il ation of the Fair indicated the has fin I retro-rockets in the religious lh. nation is debating separation ol church it th< Seattle Fair did nothing to si ; • ci A concept ol' "religion in 5 advai ed by (!hristian pavilions; some \ igpassers h o peer in. i sinessmei Committee "!!• rs tpresenti Sermons ii enc rer I es in th Gos ;sag< *itta science ::. the* Ii %  nt futuristic di • > cet %  • %  the Fair gr< si nsored • 19 lenomii nd 15 other Protestanl groups ; %  irate a theme of "Jesus Christ the laj. Bnd t 'M-\ er A "i '•'• pavili features a ui %  [t has • een d< signated as the Fair's Parents are urgi eave their ': %  • %  • • b ib> -watching service K ccommodated. Ed nd demonstrations | ere in which the children sit t her ex•children is a profi ssiom f. as istian voluntei rs i ole ol the pavilion is a visual UN Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON Some UN Statistics tACH YEAR, the United Nations De!" pcrtment of Economic and Social AlIfairs publishes a statistical yearbook. The 1961 roundup of economic and social figurehas just been issued here. As usual, it makes fascinating reading. Here, in this large (680-page) vol| iimr. containing 186 tables—some of these I running to many folios—one finds in told, hard figurethe facts behind the facts. Here, if you examine the tabulations with some care, and if you ore interested in comparisons, you find which country, which people may be considered progressive or reactionary, static or dynamic if" not. indeed, retrogressive I from any point of view you wish to apply—social or economic r even, if you interpret with care, political. Here, as always, you find a profile of Israel, among other state-: rather— you find Israel's various faces, depending on which phase interests you most. For instance, you find such t< restii g con paris ns as tin se: Israel's population, as ol Maj 1981, was 2.170.000. oci i| ying an at ers ol land, with a t 102 persoi quare met n of 1.329.i7i occupied i ly four tin • paci an area of 96.610 squan i • with a densit; ol only 18 l it Jordan's di mand thai rs %  "return 1 statistic to I %  : claims "i atus • Is ii diffh uit to di The St espond In 1957 I 13.000 metru But :. i audio program to project "the Christian messagi There is no Jewish pavilion, now ever, where harr ssed i'. 'rents may check their offspring to "study and play" in a Jewish atmosphere. Indeed, nothing is present oi ; Jewish^eUgious nature, educational i r otherwise, Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN Vision Wider ? Than the Self THE SLAVE. By Isaac Bashtvit Singsr. Translated from the Yiddish by the Author and Cecil Hemley. 311 pp. New York: Farrar, Straus and Cudahy. $4.95. ISAAC BASHEVIS SINGER has frequent!) b< %  called one of the greatesl living Yiddish writers, to which he replies, "I am an American writer. It is time critics recogniz< writers of foreign langui i in America as American writers since they write tor an American audience America can stand more than one language. A country so large can be rep resented by many lang iages Bui the fad is thai although I H Singer is a writer in America writing for Americans he is hardly an American writer in usual sensi lie is pra-national Jewish write:who spans time and matter like the greal n al j -1 have tailed him ronisi — a wi n n at v el ol an anam — but in stricl terms that ;nol reallj accurate F Sii i r sin | Ij • set | es such limits lie iin and out ol them like quicksilver. ^'lt!l a vision and a ty which are uniquely :..I : thi I ...! often :ill works, is Poland of the 17th cent after the v ho : the n sold as a slave ti an:.' intain villi poinl f saint od living a h of return, alone amoi si age. half -| he sti i for stet r In the stran journey ol their love for each ther i :K.els beyi nd the bounds i f ihe J time to a n ter ; i epl ion: firmly %  • ritual ol man's ''.-anon to Cod. he rs to th< treacherous, more difficult peak.ol man's obi to man In a final fillip of tombirony, h< is reduced to the commonest banality, but it doesn't matter: he hamade his point for himself. Every man must make it for his own self. This is the barest outline The book readon many levels. The clamor of the 17th-centur> Jewish town surrounded and perpetually terrified by the wild clutter of the Polish peasantry rings horrifly true. Singer's Writing Rule No. 5. "Never fear the sensational, the perverse, the pathological, the mystical. Life has no exceptions. The exception iits law." is unbroken here. In Singer's world all possibilities are acceptable, and all worlds are accepted as possible. There is no hint of mockery: there is only great sadness for man. In the blatantly symbolic union of the out-of the ordinary Jew with the "different" gentile. Singer is limning his vision of the Jew which iwider than the Jew's regard for himself. One has only to ask oneself when Jacob was most free, when Wanda was most stifled, and what redeemed them, to catch the turning of Singer's thought and follow it out into the bright light. Singer, who writes for the Jewish Daily Forward under the name Worshavsky. considers himself primarily a journalist. But he is far more than that; be is an artist and a craftsman, and superb. Between You and Me: By BORIS SM0LAR If thi Century 21 exhibition correctly foret' t h< Mm 111 space age will b lot ed with Chrissects I uting their orbits lor salvation This .ci i< retrogression in r Igii relations and at : Bck to the time when Chr si i n ty became thi .-,-, ;,.. n of the later Roman en n under Thei -.','Those not in the church were outside u merel) tolerated sojourners sul jeci %  all the risks ol that pri t arii us c tndltion. Om asp ci oi Jewish life wi i Bin consistent with the past, il one tan judge i Intra-Jewish troversj caused bj the Seattli I air If will l>< the continuing differenceol %  i •: %  among JewSeattle's II mber Jewish i mity, pleas • of a huge < \; it the P icifu \ • dismayed to lean %  Israel • i 35 nationeJ ling Si ttli Jewr> sen a delegatiot I urge : econsidei Jews I Seattle %  • >lun %  .-%  exhibit ai a \ • mmifl n thi 1964 New York • Fail ii : iate pavilion Seattli One factor might een the pro New York am i gton I hal Seattli • %  incial Americai lac kin tru< nternatioi atmi sphere Iiki thai : the n l -I .... %  Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ v Month of June and Jews JUNE IS NOT %  n ** hist irj .ed. The I : %  inental Congn an its lelil %  in June, it iI < bul ii lid i I le on indi pi ntil J n around. No Pri %  %  .t the Unit* States %  • Howet er, ii he favorite mont] rides would not ral ride than Pre: nol the n asoi he poet w \\hal .-i ran as a day in Ju %  I sup] e e\ v. one ho has • • to publ th: ; aski d neai Ij ipli E\ lh it but VVardsv orth, .'. • Wh tcoi R Jam* Ru I it is I The Vision I I n June %  ( % %  •cl. The i *ell seemed I ,..,-. ire at day—wi r Ji vs Tht \ et ritii James ii f a geni ral liscovi ring greal One lay I im, "Jimmy, one < thesi days you are going to i i %  • %  • %  and tell me thai hrisl Him sell :. Jew Lowell had thi same quirk, illI her comments on "his astonishing faculty for the •ertion of Ji "He was so delighted ,e are I ild, vering that everybody was in somi way descended from Ihi Jew because he had som< Jewish feature or a -h name or a Gentile name such as the Jewwen in the habit of assuming that it was scarcely possible U mention any distinguished man who could not be conclusively proved in some connection with the chosen race."' If a man had a longer nose than most, that proved to Lowell he was a Jew But Emerson had a long nose He insisted that Browning was a Jew. Why 1 Just look at his face, he answered and besides. Browning "once wrote a Hebrew line in one of his poems which he later erased." Lowell accounted for this supposed eminence of the Jew as a kind of compensation lor their persecution. "All share in Ihe Governmenl ol the world." 11 wrote, "was denied for centuries ti tinrace to which we owed our religion, a race to which ability seems ,. natural and hereditary as the curv< ol their nose whose blood furtively mingled with the bluest blood Europe VV< drove them into a corner bul they had thi I revenge as tht wronged are sure to have it. sooner oi later. They made their corner the house of tit world and from thence ruled it." Time for Sustained Effort Against Anti-Semitism THE CONTENTS of thi memorandum : by Jewish oi :;El umi I II hn XXIII in Hon. er 1 an nov be n \ i ii. appealing for the nces ii • • rid Ci %  Dr. N • i. the hope tl Pop ild be Pope's appi dates thai u "i led efl 3i nitism—on thi part of all We think," the memorani '• %  '•' %  : i ; Semitism JO ad In ss it is bei to Jews in C nol to be denii I • i tai d, di ... i itnote e ol the %  •: hood It tl atti %  >n i ll ::. vs."



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Friday. June 15, 1962 knist n• Bks tin enci • % %  %  • less Biblii • \: : if th> I n ther and his mi i I e, then thou shi ll uphold ,i strangi i an I as a setill hi livi %  %  I-' '• : no It ss, with • i> n rosity now These ha] me to u> with n •i the dlS] ;.. ..-• K Yisi ai n i SHALOM StLBERMAN Miami Beach See Improvement In Test Program Results ol th< ai i roB ureau of Jewish Education the possible need oi further emphasis in schools in the general area of Jewish \;; ; The testin am also reveals %  i "gratifying gradation in marks from grade to grade, showing steadv advance in the varying levels.*' < 'ohen declared Objectives of the annual testinc program are to Lather sufficient cases to establish city-wide norms achievement in the subjects •. sted %  establish instructs of obje< live approximat< ement for the Jewish schoi • I ii Bureau : n ned. The ti • ram also makes it j --.: le to c impare the i on munity norms in each subject with • he pi %  (Sii $ s i ars • as icment or lack I progress Thi ti si also serves I ti -' he advanci ment of the school in curriculum and classroom officieni y, and I e insight %  > II "v approaches to improvement of education lure. PARKINSONS REHABILITATION THRIFT SHOP Thrift Shop of the National Parkinson Foundation, Women s Division, will be pieviewed June 16 at its quarters at 1719 NVv 10th ave., Miami. Left is Leon Gottlieb, a member of the Foundation, who designed the shop. Right is Mrs. Jeanne Levey, president cf the national organization. The shop will be open for busness or. June 21. Adlai Swallows A 'Better Pill* Continued from P-ge 1A as it wi hen 1 i ticiznmunil the I %  Secret I ler. I estioris TENSE NERVOUS HEADACHES call for STRONGER Yet SAFER ANACIN Won't Upset The Stomach Ar.acir.S not only fives stronger,' f ater relief from pnin cf headacru Ot ii also taftr. Went upset th •tiir.arh and has no bad effects. YOJ aee. Arisen is like a docU-r's preterit :.on. That is. Ar.acin contain! not just one I ut a combination of medically proven, active ingredients. B ntinc research has proved i [ive inch strong yet lUch safe relief us Anacin Tablcts. great commentator di s< •• %  abovi pa: sage as thi gn at pie of "tl love thy 5 they-ell I furthi r ed that it n st he a real Israelite lift I have heard so many of our genuinely real Jews express the r.e deserving spirit of the •rcubled Cuban-Jewish group among us. I join in wanting and 'rymg to show them welcome and gemilat chesed w ; thout delay. With my next monthly allowance i shall be pleased to make a contribution to their cause. I • is reminded of the prosper it (.innto us perhaps as a for the help given the trom Germany and Easl • i irope two dci.idi s ago it .: indeed an obligation tor us to DOG RACING EVERY NIGHT BXCKPT SUNDAY M i 3 \ fl V w 1 — A t \ I NO MINORS //5 th St. June 1Sept. 15 •N. V '< y o I|H'IIM '" %  1 L4? INSL'REO SA. SoS • LOW COST HOME LOANS Current Dividend Rate 01 Savings •% PAID AND COMPOliNDf Your Dentist is a specialist ...and so is Dade Federal There have been many great advances in dental care in recent years and your dentist must keep abreast of these changes. This means adding new equipment, developing new techniques, and constantly studying new discoveries...all after many years of intensive schooling. Your Dentist. "'' who is constantly improving his skills, is a very / O ^ important specialist in the community he serves. As with Dentists and many other specialists, learning never stops for us at Dade Federal. New ways of improving our services to you are found, as well as better, more efficient methods of handling transactions, and maintenance of records. New Federal regulations governing savings and loans must be studied. Thus we, too. arespecialists, able to give expert, up-to-the-minute advice on savings and first mortgage home leans. We welcome the opportunity to serve you. • 'r tf •rtfa'a^Vaf liVaah.*Orw-of' the Nd'on's '' Oldest znd largest Federjal UvilHSS-emd-LOAN ASSOCIATION cf MlAMI I IS. It M UP'0tl.f'res


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Page 10-B *Jeni*t> FIcrldFfor Friday, June 15, 1962 KesSs Tour On MoneyCToen \ licr broth. !: trlene %  and M in Victor Keil I vows on SaturU.y, Jura 9, al in Casablanca Rabby Henrj i ofd at lh< 8 o'cli i k cer< mony :i v : i iwed i y a reception In h< tel. Daujhler of Mrs William Rao,. %  %  %  | .i; NS 23rd ave., the 'ride is an alumna of Miami Beach i the Universitj of Miami. she is %  m. r.b i ol Gamma Sigma :i and Aipha Lambda Delta nd 11 • %  I as AWS counselor co. ,,! %  r !'• > Shaberman was her maid ol h nor. im ithe %  >' ot Mr Mrs William Keil, 700 14 h st. He is ..n electrical engi leei ing siuent al the Universitj oi Miami. Serving as his best man was San lord L. Glassman For their honeymoon the young < uple arc touring Florida WPS. PAUL KALOS Linda Easron Wed In New Jersey : in v an I P iu' I n Kalos were married s inream ck Jew iCommunity Center, Team k : aughter ol Mr and Mrs. Louis ltoi 5 il Je oi •• %  i dr Coral (• >les the bride is a graduate (if l al 'i.ibli s High where she was In her sop homi <• year she received t ho Welles kj College Alumnae Award. She is ow in her junior year al WellesI. legi and was named a Wi i. ej College Scholar at thiyi r's Honors Daj Convocation. ridegroom is the son ol Mr. ai Mrs. Simon Kalos of Freeport, LI \ graduate oi Cornell Universal and Harvard law school, he i> presently a practicing attorney in K( i York City. Sister ol the bri le, Miss J I. ton as maid ol honor, and v Naomi Kalos, the bridegloom's sister, Miss Abby Binger, a >s Peggy Levine and Miss I In Mivitz were bridesmaids. r man was .lames Purcell and Si ,-ii as ishers were Ri bert LebRobert A Zeiger, Stephen Emi i %  n and Harrj Hashmall. '.fii r a honeymoon trip to Berii.. la the young couple will ii Sew York Citj <\ here the bi attend Barn a r College KISS BARBARA SACtR Barbara Sager Betrothal Told Mr. and Mrs Maurice Sager, 2026 SW nth tor., formerly of New Haven, Conn.*, an I Port-au-Prince, announce the engagement ot their dau| hter, Barbara Irna to Lawrence Bruce Rosenblatt The bride-elect received her early education in Ham and is now senior at the University of Florida, she is a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi. Sun n| Mr. and Mrs David Ros e iblatt, 2J81 '.'oral Way. formerly I Chicag i, the prospective bridegroom attended the University ol Florida, where he belonged to \ii ha Epsil n Pi, and will enter ihi school oi dentistry at Me College ol Virginia Southwest Center Sets Installation Newly elected officers of the Si uthwesl Jewifh Center will be ailed at a joint ceremony Sun! ii e 17 al 7:30 p.m. Chairman of the even' is Mrs. Al Blen and Ral bi Maurice Klein will -ii\e as installing officer, Refreshments will be served, dancing and entertainment will follow the ceremony, New officers of the Center arc Milton Miller, president: Al Blen and Jerry Simms, vice presidents; Jack Grusby. financial secretary, and Harold Rosenfeld, treasurer. 5 n the Sisterhood will be Mrs, Nat Lurie, president; Mrs. Jerry Simms. Mrs Abe Waldman and Mrs. Hyman Sootin. vice pre airiit-; Mrs. Harold Rosenfeld recording secretary; and Mrs David Greenberg. treas irer. David Siegel and Nat l.urie are president and vice presi ent ot the Men's Club. ff.RS. :VAT LUR C heal r-Kuhn MRS. MtLVIN KlIL AZO Installs Officers Here Tie following officers of the Miami chapter, Ladies Auxilia > ha Zeta Omega pharmaceutical fraternity weir in tailed at a luncheon, May 24, at the Pub resi rani Jrs Sidney Satin, president; "MrDave Glaser vice president; \ H irrj Ratner recording c retarj Mrs Albert Levtle, c irr>-bonding secretary; Mrs Sam Rockwc'! Oz.a Naomi f pc!liqht \ i slee Ferdi, local attorney red by the Fion ... e i • %  partment, Jewish War Veterans. spoke i n George Lincoln Rockwi ll • :ul the American Nazi Party at i mi etin i Mi ntrav e< enii g of the up of Miami chapter of Hadasah held at the Westbrooke Ci untr> Club. An pen discussion followed Fer• %  Abrah u is and his ukulele President of the group iMrs Alvin Burger, and Mr-. Arthur Gros-man was in charge of arements, Rutkin, treasurer; Mrs. Gilbert Press, sunshine: Mrs Ed Susel, ser_ %  ant at-arms. The fraternitj will support one student at the University of Florida college of pharmacy this year New Officers at Dade Heights Dado Heights Jewish Congre •on and Sisterhood officers and heard members will be installed uuring Friday evening services .vith Rabbi Harold Richter officiating | New Congregation slate includes Sen Shapiro, president; Paul Mitchell and lly Cohen, vice pres H; .....-, • 'hai Kramer, financial %  r ,'i ... s lig Miller, treasurer; i> Weinstein, recording eueUry; Mrs. Marvin Kritzer, 'orres] oi ding secretar; %  %  : hoi I i. cers are Mrs. Moray Kay, president; Mrs. Norman .inch. Mrs Ralph Gerstenfeid, Mrs David Zinn and Mrs 1I\ Ireenspan, vice presidents; Mrs. Jerry Sonenschein, corresponding cretary; Mrs Harry liau-mal retarj ; Mrs. Harold Kaufman, recording secretary; Mrs. Leonard V'rieslander, treasuri r 'American Luau' Saturday Temple B'nai Snoiom Sisterhood i sponsoring an "American Luau" n Saturdaj evening al the Carousel motel. 19041 Collins ave. Mu ic, entertainment and dancing will be included in the program. Mrs. I (A I.eon is in ell.il^e Ol reservations. Thrifty Market Plans Expansion i One of Mi imi Beach's i %  ;; :. : %  I I •fate 1 :• I-'I iwne S Market. :>27 Washing n ave a S iuth B< landm irk l r >'er I ears ar The ultra modern new unit al the n w -11 be tw ice large as the pi -senl sti re, cover ing an area ol IB 00 I i ft An hi'ei • M in %  • Bi ol D E Britl A isociates drawn up the I lui prints I nod I ti| wil get underway about July 15. The market will be read] about Ocl 1 I IIT0N MIllFR Utopia for golfers... GOLF LODGE AND COUNTRY CLUB ft. Laudtrdale, Fla, i Vacation at Rolling Hills and ptay the most challenging 18-hole championship golf course in Florida. You'll marvel at the wide, lush fairways, smooth, velvety greens, picturesque hills studded with northern oaks. Lodge has 72 deluxe rooms and suites with private terracessun deck and pool—Superb cuisine at Clubhouse. For Information and Reservations, write or call Lawrence Sena, Gen. Mgr. LUdlow 1-2300 354 W//M West of U.S. 411 Take Route 84 nd turn left On fine Island Orivo i Apr. IS to Nov. 1 Dai'v per person I y .. ol 12 Riioms r :il nin I. | 1 > WEDDINGS • BIRTHDAYS V^ ANNIVERSARIES • BAR MITZVAHS. XV Silver Platter Treatment for Every Occasion SHEIBORNE CATERING SERVICE Whatever the eventH res the Special air of elegance and good taste that She'home Catering provides. The foods of your selection ', the stilled and experienced chefs from the. I %  renjAned Shdborne Hotel,timed to arrive at the peak of cuisine perfection and served with c: urtesy and meticulous attention to detail. Yes. catering Irom the Shelbor i t guarantee of a successful, memorable occasion. ife" be! I %  ;:• %  IT 1-1271 HOTEL OCEANFRONT .nd 18th ST. ..... MIAMI BE ati


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fnday. June 15. 1962 vJcnist Fhridlian Page 7-3 wS. AlflN BAKTfl Afternoon Rites For A!an Barters Mr. and Mra Uan Bartel will c iheir home in Gainesville following a hon< in Jamaica The former Mis Dolores Norris and Mr Bartel exchange nuptial \ v in a mnl at' ernoon ceremony ,ii he Pub restaurant, where ;i reception i lion ed Sunda). June 10 Ral in M n is 5k ip offii iate I Daughter rf Mrs Alt] r Norris, No. Shore dr and ihc la'.e G \ Ncrris, the bride is a graduate id Miami Beach High, She atli: de I ihiUniversi y ol Florida re -he served as treasurer ol !:. wlings dormi'ory ai i the Women's S udenl Council, The bridegrcom is the sen of Mr. and Mrs Ra ph Bartel, 110 Wesl : 8th t., Hia'.cah, He is an alumnus i i Miami High, attended the I'm versit> i • Flori !a and will enter ihe university's medical school in the fall He is a past president ol vl-;l>. pre medical fraternity Given in m irri me b) her uncle, Future Home In Wisconsin ***** W. III -K.ilm MRS. CHUMS PIVtR Ed lie Roskind, the new Mrs Bar Itl was attended bv Miss Lois Slofkj Stanlej Bartel served ;is his he -1 man. Diane Irene Rudenberg and Lt Charles Raymond Piver were married Saturday. June 9th in the BarK lona hotel. The ceremony, per formed bj Rabbi Eugene Labovitz and Cantor Samuel G imbei g "l Temple Ner Tamid, was followed by a reception and inner at the hotel. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam uel Rudenberg, 8600 Byron ave., the in ide ia graduate ol Miami Beach II; h and attended the University nl Florida, where phe was a mem bei ol Delta Phi Epsilon, natio sorority. For her wedding she ?e looted a sheath with an over skirt ol siik or anza. 'I he tulle veil, butterflj effect, was held by a crown of seed pearls and crystal beads. She carried a white Bible topped with white orchids. Attending the bride as matron ol honor was her sister. Mrs Stanley Spencer, and Miss Leanora Weaner and Miss Rita Schulman, acted as bridesmaida The groom, son of Mr. and Mrs Dan Piver, 8851 Carlyle ave i !so ... each Hifch and v • • • l lie v as I -ec nd lieu riant in the C ( ..... %  oj < i i aaH live in M son, VVis Gcki Picnic Is 5c">ec?u3ed Nat'onal Je" i*h Civil S< r Employei R ; ert K m r i liapter, ispot si ri a | ic on Su I'unc 24. at Cr indon Park, pit N l. soft drinks will be but gu st> are expei te I to bring their own fond In charge of reservations are Nat Taksier, Larry Schaffner and Dora Mill. The Absolute in Conntry-Club Pleasure, K% could be doing at Westbrooke ...or this BROOKE IKKTARV AGE ACTIVITIES lUlton • Arts & Crafts i • • :s • P:a/ground .. rcR'EENERSBjp&Ccke K(s• • Handball ; : • e Theater harm iTHCLUB: MEN ft WOMEN -::• -r.tsage. SPORTS AND ACTIVITIES PROGRAMMED FOR ALL AGES Swimming • 4-Wall Handball • Tenn.s • Baseball • Movies • Shuttleboard • Ping-Pong • Fencing "SWIMMING POOL ACTIVITIES • Learn-to-Swim Classes • Diving • Water Shows • Splash Parlies • FOOO N DRINK FOR FAMILY AND FRIENDS • Snack Bar • Dining Room • Banquet Hall • Cocktail Lounge • Poolside Bar • Cabana Service • ENTERTAINMENT • Dinner-Dances • Fashion Snows • Bmga, Chess 4 Bridge • Show Nites • PRESCHOOL AGE ACTIVITIES • Wading Pool • Supervised Play Area • / % %  >\r you live, you're minutes from Westbrooke OTHERS: ABOUT what to do with the lids %  r days just ahead of you... CONSIDER YOUR PEACE OF MIND... ;.. well as their fun, pleasure and activities during those long summer days. Register Your Children Now For Full Summer Day Camp ACTIVITIES %  d tics is ming %  iphy ing i iuta hiking nature lore Indian lore arts and crafts • imp newspaper anil m my more optional acth ,7 deMired at a thght addilivna TRANSPORTATION AVAILABLE LUNCHES INCLUDED • ruSal B Sunday %  %  I I 512 perwK APPLICATIONS LIMITED TIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR MEMBERSHIP IN THE U B H I^C \J ^J |^V d 8500 8. W. 8th ST. ON THE TRAIL. • CA l.-BOOQ IMS NOW Btiwo uy t r .--— TPPnOKFCOUNTRY ) [\ V# ^^ "^ %  %  %  8BOO 8. W. 8th ST. ON THE



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day. June 15, 1962 fj(f% ist FkrHii/r Pane 3-3 • lurses Invited To Sinai Cotxse I en pie Israel Sisterhood officers are rear row lo right' Mesdames Elmer Levie, Edward ir:er. Frank Cole, George Graham, JosBulbin, Clifford Newmark, and James Lewy. Seated Jerome Halpern ton. loft to right i are Mesdames Morris Green, and Fred FenTemple Israel Sisterhood Officers Map Plans for Coming Program Year New i fficers and board of direcol Temple Israel Sisterhood T first board meeting ol year Plans tor the comai plus orientation of now i and board members, were %  i the daj Sew officers are president Mrs Graham; administrative Miami Woman, League Leader, Off to Confab William Dicks in, n< wly %  (he Pli \ •. nal Wom< • I the I %  • i I in N h i I i %  %  i ars, Dickson, ol Miami, has li n bei Hi li< e rk in hei I hi Floi da Branch u Inch -' %  •• H. the State <>t Florida and ',i Rico. M men Li a ue I the ui ol Vmerica, li i h includes 27 brant hes and di> isions, is the parenl organi n for 760 Conservative Sifteri with .i membership ol 10 • m the tinted si.iii Cana la, '' %  tico and Puerto Rico Dn her return, Mrs. Dickson will report to the presidents of thi Florida area al a meeting, irsday, June 28, and to the branch board on Aug. 23 Rabbi Attends Nat'l. Convention Rabbi Mordecai Podet, spiritual i of Temple Judea, Coral %  iiwill attend the national vention of the Central Conferol American Rabbis, to be held in Minneapolis on Monday. June is He will servo as a member oi the conference's committee "" theology, WOULD YOU LIKE YOUR CHILDREN'S OR GRANDCHILDREN S EDUCATION PARTIAUY PAID BY TAX SAVINGS? Write I. c. c o Jewish Floridian. t-DH 2973. Main Potoffice, Miami vice president, Mrs Joseph Bui bin; vice presidents, Mrs Frank Cole. Mrs Edward Melniker, and Mrs James Lewy; recording sec retary, Mrs, Jerome Halpern; corresponding secretary, Mrs Arnold Rosen Assistant corresponding secre tary, Mrs Fred Fenton; treasurer, Mrs Clifford Newmark; assistant treasurer, Mrs Harold Davis: fi aancial si, retary, Mrs. Morris iii pen I financial se< re ary, Mrs Richard Pohl; auditor Mrs Sam Le\ enson 11 % %  • i j board men b< rs an Mrs Jos< oli Narol Mrs Morris (li ,,n ai ii Mi Jacob Born Soul I -'l i-i i %  pa.( llw %  M • i'arl Don dinar llowar llman, Sydnej Wi i i i.i, i ear directors ai i Mes I Vdler Mmi %  >> V| aum, Paul Barnctl Ji sie I assi ioff, Id i.:> 'in n Rob( rt Gross man, A J Harris, Irwin Harris, [oward Hewitt, Jack Krause Wil n.iiii Lee, l.i uis Mcndi o I ee Meyer, .11 i-.|>li Portno> Jer ftado, Maynard Ross Robi ell, Lewis Serbin, Periti Stank-) Wolff, Beach Girls Will Get YU Degrees Two Miami Beach residents were in receive degrees at Yeshiva University's 31st annual commence menl exercises on Thursday in New York City. The exercises will also bring to ,, close the universitj e year-long 75th anniversary celebration, which was initiated In September. Dr. Samuel Belkin, president of the university, will preside and confer honorarj degrees upon nine distinguished leaden in the arts. sciences and public life, headed by the lien Avraham Harman, Israel Ambassador to the United States; is s.n Kenneth B Keating IRN v and Mayor Robert F Wag ner, Jr., Of New York City The two Miami residents are members of the fifth graduating Class of Stern College for Women. the nation's first liberal arts col lege for women under Jewish auspices. Bachelor of Arts degrees will go to Linda Aranoff, 1401 Ba\ id and Sandra Capita. -*10 W. 31 si st. ii [I ispil i %  De with ., sioi al nurses in omm i tj to plan a special re her course for them. All inactive nurses interested in bi ing brought up to dale on the latest trends in nursing, including improved nurses' techniques, the newest types of hospital equipment and their proper utilization, and gaining information on the latest in medications, treatment, and other nursing procedures, are invited to attend. The informal get-to-gethers will he held in Woifson Auditorium ol Mi. Sinai at l" a.m 2 P m., and 7:30 p.m.. and no previous regis tration is required. According to Mrs Carmen F Ross, director of nursing and nursi education, there will be no harge for the new communit} sen re ci urse which will include ap proximatelj 60 hours of training. Mrs Ross said that the hospital, %  anxious to enlarge its own stafl ui professional nurses, and willing to render a service for profession al nurses who wish to reenter the field, will insure employment to those selected on Wednesday to take the refresher course Should the need warrant it. the i i ,r %  ther part-l at M Sir ii 'li"' i I '" '•' bers ol the hospital's nui -iiie stafl ',, inesd ..' I t '' 'herwill include a tour of the hospital and personal interviews. Interested participants may either call Mt. Sinai's Nursing Office for further information or attend without previous appointment any oi the three sessions on Wednesday Lorber Chapter Member Lunch Lorber chapter. Children's Asthma Research Institute and li -• Dital at Denver, will have it.summ r membership luncheon Tuesday al the home ol Mrs. Fr< t Sti ne 7400 SW 135th si Swimming, mah jongg and i games will follow H buffet luncheon Chairmen of the affair are Mrs. David Dorfman, Mrs Robert Loeb and Mrs Don Tilzer. 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Friday, June 15. 1962 -Mewls* nvrkfinn Page 13-B As a gift to sutiicribers, The Jewish Floridian will present free far trie askirg a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah. Requests should be addressed to "Corsage for You," P.O. Box 2973, Miami 1, Fla., one month in advance. Include the name of the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and place of the ceremony, home address and telephone number. The corsage will be forwarded to you courtesy of Blackstone Flower Shops in time for the occasion. L •ion from Rabbi Shimon Azulai. Mark plans to continue at Hebrew High The Kiddush following services and a reception and dinner in iT/j •veiling at Beth Torah will be in the Bar Mit/vah's honor. • • • Robert Grumet Temple Judea will he the site of [he liar Mitzvah of Robert Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry C.rumct. 1231 Malaga ave., (Oral cables. .HI Saturday morning, June 16 Rabbi Mordecai Podet will officiate, Robert is a Hebrew honor student and a seventh grade student ,i Ponce de Leon Junior High, where he plays drums in the band p ,; nts ol the celebrant will it the Kiddush following servFrances S^dle He v. ill be I'.:'Ml 2 sen Tilerth Jacob on ; i ibi 1 e Heim ofDa i •' lie 590 N'W '. 1:: 11 %  er ';"'>' .,, honoi sit ee the Ten \<\< as inized o\ e r 12 years ago An eighth grade student at HorMann Junior High where she Jeffrey Goldwasser Iir Irving Lehrman will officiatt tin liar Mitzvah of Jeffrey. got Mr and Mrs Gerald GoldwaSfl and grandson of Mr and Mrs ex Goldwasser, on Saturday truing, June 16, at Temple manu-El. i.tli.y is a seventh grade stunt a Nautilus Junior High He .i mi mber of the band, treasurer] Inhome room and is on the venth grade varsity volleyball ..m \ luncheon ::i h;honor will !>• %  I .,: the A giers hotel following rvict • • • Edward Gadel .;• %  ii .I Mrs Saul im • Bar Mi'/\ aft i II e alion "> eh i I ih Mosh %  ituJent at N Miami cell ml has atti hool. ... st the K nor. Mark Yaeger •; z\ : Mark. -or. ol Mr %  ,1 Mi-. Mo, Y Ii or. and gra I n oi \irGussie Hess, will be lebrati d Saturday morning, June ii at Temple Kmanu El l>r lrvD Lehrman will officiate A seventh grade Student at Ida M Fisher Junior High, Mark plays axaphone in the school band He ISO bowls and water skus A reception in his honor will be held in Sirkin hall following the ceremony and a dinner at the EonMinebleau on Saturday evening. Jane Rothstein Friday evening services at Conjugation Yehudah Moshe will include the Bas Mitzvah of Jane, laughter of Mr and Mrs. Joseph Kothstein on June 15. with Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz officiating A student at l'opiel religious school for the past five years, the celebrant will receive a certificate .: merit from Henrs Gilbert, pre ent Following services Janes parents will host the Oneg Shabbat Mark Barnett Mark, son of MrIda Barnett, v..II become Bar Mitzvah at Beth North Dane SOCIOi rah on Saturday morning. June C with Rabbi Max Lipschitz ofNorth Da, chapter. B naj B nth „. win rvaooi Women will have a membership ^seventh grade student at North social Tuesda, evening a, the home iami Beach Junior High, the COleof Mrs Arthur Ilorw, 141 N rani attended the Hebrew Acad 175th St No Mum, Beach 1 %  : s „, Washington. D.C.. and on Robert Brown is In charge of ttu Miami Beach, receiving his educaaffair. ^ Jeffrey Goldwasser Mark Yaeger Frances Seidle Charles Kramer Mark Barnett was on the A-B honor roll this semester. •Cookie,'* as she is known, is also a very promising painter. She has been an honor Student at the Temple'religious school for five years and plans t-> continue her studies. Her parentare each serving a second term as president of the Temple and Sisterhood respective A reception and luncheon will be held in the social hall following the ceremony gious school, he will enter the sec( nd year of Hebrew High in the tall "*ie Bar Mitzvah will be honored at a Kiddush following the cere mony on Saturday and a reception and dinner at the Seville hotel on' Sunday. • Steven Epstein Bar Mitzvah of Steven F.-ptein will take place at Temple Beth Am on Saturday morning. June 16. with Rabbi Herbert Baumgard officiating, Steven is the son of Mr and MrBernard Epstein, 921 Placetas ave (oral Cables. The Bar Mitzvah attended Betf Am religious school. Following summer camp in HendersonviUe, N.C., he will attend 1'once JunioReception luncheon tor 100 w.1 honor Steven at Westbrooke Country Club on Saturday BIKUR CHOLIM KOSHER CONVALESCENT HOME^ NON PROFIT NON-SECTARIAN SUPPORTED BY YOUR COMMUNITY — •^^Ar^ranxtt^ff^^ F ,or 24-HOUR NURSING DOCTORS ON CALL ALL DIETS OBSERVED CONGENIAL SURROUNDINGS 310 Collins Av. Ph. JE 23571 Miami Beach Express your feelings to your loved ones SEND FLOWERS from the BLACKSTONE FLOWER SHOPS One of the oldest in Greater Miami Just Phone Serving you 24 hours ... 7 days UNion 6-1233 listen to Radio Station WKAT, 1360 on your dial, every Sunday at 7-35 P.M., to the comments ol the HONORABLE JUDGE MAIVIN EN01ANDER, VICE MAYOR OF MIAMI BEACH Charles Kramer Charles, son of Mr and Mrs. Jos cph Kramer 500 ME 173rd St., No. Mia ni Beach, "ill become Bar Saturdaj morning, June ,1 Beth Torah Congregation i Max Ar Lipschitz will olftc iate, \ i Miami Bi ach Junior High, where he Ia n %  ,he cele biant was ed the American Legion School Medal for i utstai d achievement in scholarship, ership and service, when he Iated f ro m Sabal Palm Elementary school last year A graduate of Beth Torah s reli Edwin Pont Is Top Student Edwin Pont. 13. son of Mr and Mrs. Harold A. Pont. 2101 SW 4th ave.. an eighth grade student at Shenandoah Junior High, "as top Student in his class for the second consecutive year. On the honor roll every month for the past two years. Edwin also won an honor letter, highest scholastic award in Junior High, and was presented with a certificate for excellence in citizenship and a music letter for his ability on the violin, which he plays in the school orchestra. A class representative to the Student council. Edwin was a recent candidate for president of the council. At Beth David Congregation, where he graduated from Hebrew Junior High, he was an A student for eight years, and won an award foi perfect attendance for that same period. He also received a certificate for excellence in Hebrew studies. Edwin is a talented singer and has appeared at several local functions. His mother is the for,,,,r Helen Chalkin. of Charleston. So Car. The Ponta also have a daughter, Lyn, Ciments Honor New Attorney On Sunday at the Koyal Ilungar ian restaurant Mr. and Mrs .lack C'imcnt gave a cocktail party in honor of their son. Norman, who was sworn in as an attorney at law before the Elorida Supreme Court last Friday. A graduate of the University of Miami law school. Norman is now associated with the law firm of Swidler and Short. The festivities also honored son Melvyn. who received a degree in mathematics at the University of Miami last week. He will attend New York University graduate school on an institute fellowship next fall. Friends of the family also bid "bon voyage" to Mr and Mrs. (uncut who are leaving soon for a trip to Israel and Europe VXJGUST BROS R>7 '* Is the BEST' ii ^""^"Theldtohim.. trying to j T A strong* pursuit and in even stranger escape Ihii ttkes you frora London along the Hook of Holland through the casoah of Tangier, to the beeches ef Palestine! 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Friday, June 15. 1962 +M n# §t Fhrkttan Page 11-3 The Courier New president ol Ihe Department ol Florida I idies" Auxiliar.v ol Jewish War Veterans is Frieda A. L*vine, assistant secretarj ol Seaboard lite Insuranci Companj of America She was named at state conclave held at Deauville hotel Joseph Ya.iich, senior lield representative of the local Israel Bond organization > :: to New York with two of his four children to attend Bar Mitzvah of a nephew, soi of Rabbi and Mrs. Walter H. Plaot. Joe's slater is n the spiritual leader of famed Temple Emanuel <>f Gr-at Neck. Long Island. Mr. .Hid Mrs. Harry Yar.ieh. parents of Joe and o! Mr-. Plant, also made the Miami-Great Neck trek Joe a' one time directed Hadassah Medical Organization's community relations in Israel. Sid Srhwarti mo relation) is hack on the Job as Florida state manager texcluding Great er Miami) for Israel Bonds, following a Slight heart a'tack Sid's set new records with campaigns in Tampa Hollywood. Orlando. Palm Reach. Jacksonville and throughout the Sunshine Stati Austin and Janis Burke will lie dinner hosts Saturday at the Foil tainebleau's Gigl room mow open to the public) for Mr. and Mrs. Scott Moere and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bonneau. Moore's president of Aim r ican National Hank cl Ft Lauderdale and Bonneau is general manager ol the Broward Saks Fifth Avenue store We hear that little ol' Burkej is again toying with the idea ol running lor Beach citj council His brief appearance last year pepped up things Cliff A. Straus pens a hue that the Jewish Theological Seminary office here will operate on a limited basis over the summer hut will he open full time from Oct l 1962 to .May l. l;<;:t. with the former Mt Sinai Hospital fund-raising i mon continuing asoutheastern regional director. Secretary of Labor Arthur J. Goldberg was the speaker of the evening at the 55th Founder's Day Convocation of Dropsii College for Hebrew and Cognate Learning last week, with Salo w. Baron, professor of Jewish history a! Columbia, and Goldberg ean.;:i'honorary de prees Mr. and" Mrs. Leo Robinson spending a feu days in New York Bav Harbor dcsiuncr Harry Linsky moved into Chicago's new Imperial Inn for a few days to supervise final decor touches before official ribbon cutting American Air Mail Society. 39th annual convention will he held at the Seville hotel June 29-30 More than a million dollars in rare air mail stamps and envelopes will be exhibited Hadassah s energetic Florida chapters discussed possible sponsorship of a cruise on a Zim lanes luxury ship during a state executive meeting this week Myra Liss reports the success of the two huge chapter, here Miami and Miami Beach has spread throughout Hie state with the number of visitors to Israel soaring since opening of the magnificent Hadasaah-Hebrew University Medical renter \ call to civil rights organizations for a prompt, direct attack on the problem of substandard schooling in Negro "ghettoes" in Northern < ities was issued at the Wth annual meeting of the National (onference of lewish Communal Service at the Ambassador hotel in Atlantic ( ity Spi aker was Joseph B. Robison, of New York, assistant director ol law FOcial action of the American Jewish Congress • • • Jack D. Gordon 1:;:been crying for lo these many months to take ,i-.,. control ol school funds a .aj from teachers, principals andthe a | schools Such a routine administrative step would have I hc ,„,.. ortunate Miami Beau ident | s American Techni. i Societ) publu chieftain Davd C Gross reports that tin Haifa Technion will make available to American firms a luals planning to invest in Israel s ex,stria] ci mplex Ihe mil facilities of the M I l ol the Mid Dr. Stephen S. Kayser has joined the I mversitv ol Juila i ewisn rheological Seminary's West Coast branch, as director the visual arts department ol the universitys newly-establishej s | ine Arls He shifts over iron, lo years at irator ol the I Jewish Museum in New Y. rk Zvi Eadan. aggressive and well-informed director .1 the Israel Investment Authority here, is !„ idway with his program for a new town in the Negev. Brandeis University s jraduates seem to be almost all honor stu%  young Malayan who three years ago believed he couldn I ; ari d v ewed the l S.A through Little l. asses was | Su nda 5 as a member of Phi Beta Kappa a bolder of a Harvard fellowsh'i i as a firm believer in Vmerica Hi bow-Thong Leong, on. of more than 150 i n students attending B under v sWicn to the Leonard Wien. 1 ..national .larship Program Joan Schwartzman, ,. rei pie Beth Am uged with offers t author and pi skits for -arious .mm ..a' en ips after success cf -' cOwing •n, Kendall ca Congratulations to Dr. Herbert1 Baumoard, who was I '"' new "tie while hu i held L. .: "1 Park Bob Newman presulei e th Vm, is the new Southeastern regional president v.uoi.... erati >l Tempi. Brotherhoods, winch is the men s Reform oi the Union ol American Hebrew t ongregations • • • Lee Howard, popular Surfside councilman and former vice mayor joined ullh Milton Mamber, veteran Miami Beach attorney**j Savage, Beach Insurance executive. Morton M. F.sher buildei and Hnancier, Dr. Thoma. Carney, North Miami Beach phj siciai. w ho heads the Metro Water Board, and Harold D.amoncpresident o. la Site Corporation, a North Hade and Ft. Lauderdale budding organizelion to gain approval for the new County National Bank of North Miami Beach. It will open within four months. n ltinna i ,„i 0 Hank Meyer scored another triumph by tending a national td* vision show for a roller skating competition to be held ,n Miami Beach in November Beach councilmanie fever continues to mount folOwVng narrow defeat of the group system Picture won^tcle.r jrtd Wo.fie Cohen. Mel Richard, D. L~ Powell and M.rci. Lrm.n decide OH whether to seek reelection Popular support lorPl rand former Mayor Harold Shapiro, Jo. M.l.k. H.I Hertz, Ted Cohen and Walter Lebowitz much in evidence. Rabbi, Cantor To be Guests Sediick Named Sa'es Supervisor For Mt. Nebo N supervisor of sal"-, for Mt Nebo Cemeterj iNathan Sediick who was appointed b\ the board ectcr as ol M j l Sedhck has been associated with Ml N I o for 'he i is1 IQ years in a part-tin sales i apacity. Mt. Nebo h.is embarked on an ex*endei caoilal investment program now under way, utilizing clans drawn uo bv Frederic Strcsau and Associates, leading landscape architects in the cemetery field. This plan envisions the opening of new sections of the cemetery and their overall beautification. 'With the support of members id the sales staff Henry Rosen. Bernard Rubin, Bernard Young. Elsie Riv. ra and Sydney Bergman, we will continue to keep our service and counseling at a high level." Sediick said. "Mt Nebo is reported to be one of the most beautiful Jewish cemeteries in the country." he added, and with the addition of the new sections know thai Mt. Nebo will continue to be an outstanding park, dedicated to community service." tiA.tiaN SEDIICK Coral Gables Lodge ol B'nai B'nth. Sediick lives with his wife, Fannie, at 221 SW 48th ave They have three sons. Jay. Earl and Barry. and one grandchild. Jeffrey Brian ter at Capo Canaveral Newsmen Elect S.rger President iami chapter of Sigma I" Ita hi national journalism soct %  held its annual out vat I) i l Hotel and Country Clul on Sunday. Over IIMI local radio, televisi >n md newspaper people attended the dl day outing, climaxed by the i cietj'.installation dinner. Those installed wen Larry Bir. r business editor oi the Ml News, president; Fred Sherman, real estate editor of the Miami Herald, v ice p r e s i d e tl I J >hn Bhulte, vice president of NewmanShulte. public relationsecretary: and Vem Williams, stall writer of the Miami News, treasurer. Guest speaker was Brig. Gen. Harry J Sands, jr., vice commander of the Air Force Missile CenHave trtat Business Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion You'll find complete facilities to •xoctly satisfy your needs In the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade ondl Rubaiyat Rooms, be It for • wedding or a private party! Sediick received a Bachelor of Sc ce degree from the College of the Citj ol New York in 1932. and earn-d a Doctorate in jurisprudence from New York University in 1!I35. He was admitted to the New York Bar in 1936 and engaged in private practice before moving to Miami in 1948. A member of Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Cent T and the Bryant Names Bank Executives Albert E Berkeley, senior vice i %  i -:.;• nt. and Si i j M K presii :. : h relation* direct, r. hoi i imi v itional Bann, w e appoii ti by Go\ Far: Brj ant n< • i I h Covet nor i ymcal 0) the II. : d B< rk %  --•-' l" 1 I : ittOI v ..chairman ol •he torn mi ti e, in promoting improved vo an ii al r< habilitation and emplo; t opp rtui ities lor Ihe handici It is t \; ei le I Ihe initial meet Miami Beach : i xl lut > %  2'. attended b; .; %  .. ip 'it:' ... Stati at th lasers # tor Information. HAZEL ALLISON CATERING DIRECTOR JE 1-6061 esth St. Colllnt* A\ Card Party Meeting f thi \-ine Frank Women, 'lues aj • it the Park Lane i Perfect setting • organization functions f.. r • private parties iU1 • weddings • luncheon-meetings In all the resort world, there is notning that compares AIIT Doral. From its luxuriously appointed function rooms to its breathtaking tropical beauty, the Ooial otters you the ideal locale for your next special event. KJRKL MIAMI. H.ONIUA For information call: TU 8-3600 For Very Special Occasions • Rabbi Hershel Brooks and Canter Herman Marchbeln will be guests c.f Flayer C.ranada Jewish Center loi late Friday night services this week, as wed as for Saturday morn 111(J sel v ices • Rabbi Brooks came to Miami .from Forest Hills. NY., where he was spiritual leader of Congrega lion Avigdor Men.u hem. Cantor Marchbeln is a resident I of Lakeland, where he w engaged I : cantor, Hebrew teacher, and diI rector of an opera and concert choral group. THE womat COUNTRY CLUB'S CALCUTTA ROOM Just imagine having the entire Diplomat Country Club, yours exclusively for weddings, parties or special dinners' Catering facilities for groups of 100-900 available 7 days a week. There's no other room quite like the Calcutta Room in this area! Unlimited free parking. 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Friday. June 15. 1962 +.Jmlsl> flcricffor? Pcge 7-A Lower Delinquency Rate Among Jews Not 'Unmixed Blessing' NEW YORK — JTA —Then is lioni ing youngles < % %  Inqui Jewish %  < ts frequently exyoungsters thai ng other ethnic pressed ii paternal passivity and l roui but tl unmixed ms.tf.Ti overpi i Iveni has bl< ssing. Dr. ast. a pc ed feelii if ai < hiatrist speciali; nth ptol "This Ii ms reports • rgs il.i VVorkmi n's Circle, nal ? rtj Jew ish cultural i fra'.i : Tokyo Chamber of Commerce dinner in :he Japanese Tea House at the New Japan are (left to right) Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lipton, president of Dade Federal Savings and Assn.; Mr. and Mrs. Sam Danels. who red greetings on behalf of the Hialeah.1 Springs Chamber of Commerce, and invited the Japanese group to visit Miami Beach; and Tadashi Adachi, president of the Japan Chamber of Commerce, who served as host to the group recently traveling with the Miami Springs Villas Caravan. Herb Rau. columnist for the Miami News, presented c key to the City of Miami to Adachi. Aid Urged for All-Day Schools Dr Ch of Merit; sultation Ser\ ici s at the 1 New York t y o '. d e! I %  1. Jews today f.rt predominantly rrvdcMe e'ass, and midrMe class culture e-courajes restraints in the interests of achievinq such lerg-term goals as a college education a professional career and s'atus in the community; and 2. The influence of Jewish culture, tradition and values which have always been future-focused." As a result, says Dr. Chwast, Jewish teenagers tend to "intern alize" and "the more c< mmon difficulties found among 'hem arc ol a neurotic rather than an anti-social nature Dr Chwast .' i reports that in certain families ladequate emoShrinks Piles Without Surgery Stops Itch-Relieves Paiii >... York.N.Y.(Sprrial) -FT Ik*. first 1 %  %  % %  • foun 1 a new _-bstance with the astonility to shrink hemor-. step rectal itch and to r .(vc pain-without surgery. In case after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Most amazing of all results were so thorough that sufferer* made astonishing statements like "Piles have ceased to be a. prctlem!" The secret is a new healing substance iBio-Pyne* -discovery of a world-famous research Institute. This substance is now available In tuppotitory or ointment form ur.dcr the name Preparation H*. At a'.l drug counters. WTK CITY, N'J (JTA i resolution urging Jewish comsupport for all-day Jewish Is was adopted by 200 leaders ewish education here at an convention of the National il for Jewish Education. 1 conference was one of the ing events held in connection the start of the 64th annual ting of the National Conference Swish Communal Services. Stled by 2.000 communal and • • are sources of daily anx >:> fer day school leadership," the rl stated. "The by-products of i financial predicament of day schools are very often severe." pointing to the difficulties encountered in retaining teachers and in attracting new ones. "Probably the most crucial prob-1 lem created by the lack of funds is that of adequate space and proper facilities." the report continued. adding that a survey made six years ago found that a minimal remodeling program in the New York City schools would require at least $:2.5OO.0Ot> "This figure probably would come to more than $20,000.noti today." the report said. "The burden of financing day schools. clearly beyond the capacity of the individual schools to bear, can be solved only by increased support from central communal agencies About 2.500 Cuban Jewish refugees were registered by United Hias representatives in Miami in the 10 months ending May. 1062, and seven to 15 Jews continue to come from Cuba to Miami weekly, another session of the National Conference of Jewish Communal Services was Infonnod here. Of the total, according to the speaker, -Dr. Michael Goodman. executive director of the Jewish Vocational Service of Miami, some 1.200 of the Cuban Jewish families have been resettled through the efforts of Hias in various parts of the United States. As soon as it had become apparent that there would be n influx of Jewish refugees from Cuba, Goodman reported, joint planning had been undertaken by a number of leading Jewish agencies in Miami, including the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, the Jewish Family and Children's Service, Jewish Vocational Service, Mt. Sinai Hospital and representatives of Hias. "The I'nited Hias representa three." he said. were the key people in dealing with the Cuban Jews He pointed out that the Jewish refugees from Cuba leave that country not because of antiSemitism, but because of the gen oral situation there. Dr. Goodman's report was part Of a general discussion dealing | with social and vocational adjust ment problems of newly-arrived I refugees, held under the chair-I manship of Ann S. Petluck. director of VS. operations for the United I lias Service Other discus sants at that session were Herman Murov. executive director of the Jewish Occupational Council. New York: Ann Kabinowitz. chief su pervisor of the vocational services department of the New York Assn. for New Americans: and Simon Hoffman, executive director of the Jewish Vocational Service of Boston. There is only one WELCOME WAGON rt • i t i i i I i I I I I i > \ i i To the Jewish Commonifyaf-lorge A COMMUNITY FATHERS DAY MEMORIAL SERVICE WILL BE HELD SUNDAY, JUNE 17, 1962 AT 11:00 A.M. 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The first national fathering ol, the Jewish Library Association also v as held here in conjunction with • NCJCS The conference dealtl with the role ol the Jewish librarj in the community, standards for a Jewish library, technical problems Ived in maintaining a Jewish librar) and the status of the J< ii h book in general. 49'ers Present Gifts to Parents Forty-N'i nuFi will mi Sirkin I i. p.m. Tl: enl \ • %  served. 30 years of experience fostering good will in business and community .life. For information on Welcome Wagon, phone HI 8-4994 WELCOME WAGON



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Friday. June 15. 1962 +Jewis§i FhrMiain Page 5 B Martin Raffs Wed /T / O/O / f ^* Martin Raffs <^fn fne r^ectlnt of ^5ocietu A Diplomat § (_/ Miss Rochello Barbar w. rn. TKahi MRS. KtNNtTH SPfRBlR W. MI. r Ku hn y.RS. SANfORD YANKOW Bride Chooses Alencon Lace [Tie Algiers hotel was the Netting i the wedding and reception of usan Betty Shapiro and Sanlord te Yankow on Saturday, June 9. !,e bride is the daughter of Mr. d Mrs. Nat Shapiro. 1815 No. 40th vc., Hollywood. Fla. Parents of ti.e bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. • rris Yankow, 3240 Galle Largo. •I'llywood, FU. Rabbi David Shapiro officiated at ••' evening ceremony. On their reli -n from a honeymoon in Nassau. %  < young couple will live in Coral Gables. N'ewlywedded Mrs. Yankow is a duat> of South Broward High i d attended Florida College of lical Technology. She is presi tly employed as a medical as•tant and technologist for Drs. Kaufman and David Multach No. Miami Beach, For her wedIf you like KREPLACH Ravioli IN SAUCC just heat n e tl You'll love M CHEF BOY-AR-DEE CHEESE RAVIOLI Hear family, guests, cheer for that real Italian flavor created by lamed Chef Boy Ar-Dee. Tender little macaroni pies...filled with tangy Italian Cheese...simmered with savory tomato sauce and cheese...seasoned the real Italian way. So much tastier and •asier than the frozen kind. So •nuch thriftier, too—costs only •bout 15c per Mrvingl (iing she chose u white alencon lace gown and was attended by Mrs. William Halpern. matron of honor. Mrs. Robert Sabra and Mrs. Sey motir Levin. The bridegroom, now attending w. rnvr-Kahn MRS. STtPHIN SHBERSTVN the University of Miami is an alumnus of South Broward High, attended the University of Florida and served in the U.S. Army as a member of the Second Army band. Dr. Robert Sabra was best man and Seymour Levin ard David Rich were ushers. Miss Rochello Barbara Chariton. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Chariton. 2545 Flamingo dr.. became the bride of Martin Alan Raff on Sunday. June 10 Rabbi Leon Kronish performed the evening ceremony at the Diplomat Country Club where a reception and dinner followed The bride wore a princess gown ol -ilk peau de souand alcencon hue with long sleeves pointed at the wrists and a scoop neckline accented with the lace. Tne front of the floor-length skirt featured a sunburst of lac< and finely blurred silk and the carriage back was fastened with tins buttons and ended in a chapel tram A silk pill bi embroidered with lace and ed pearls held in plan(he multi-tiered silk illusion veil Maid of honor was Leslie Chariton, the bride's sister and Renee Chariton, also a sister, served as bridesmaid with Ellen Winston. Sharon Hertz and Carol Beckhofl Her other two sisters. Debbie and Cindy, were junior bridesmaids. The bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs. N Douglas Raff. 90 So. Shore dr. Serving as his best man was Robert Heller and ushers were Joel Kreps. Michael Raskin. Richard Craikin and Robert Ad'.er. with Bertram and John Shure as paces. A native of Miami. Mr. Raff graduated from North Beach Elementary. Nautilus Junior High and Miami Beach Senior High. He attended the University of Florida and will receive a degree from the MRS. MARTIN RAff I nlversity of Miami school of business administration in August. His fraternity is Pi Lambda Phi. The new Mrs. Raff received her early education in Charlotte. No. Ca. graduated from Miami Beach Soror High and is a member of B'nai B'rith Girls. After a wedding trip to Jamaica, the newlyweds will live at 979 SW 10th st. Noon Wedding For Sperbers Mexico City. Acapulco and Puerto Rico is the honeymoon destination of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Howard Spcrbor Gone Beth Feldman. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Feldman. 1233 Marseille dr.. bocame the bride of Mr. Spcrbor in a noon ceremony Sunday. June 10 I performed by Dr. Irving Lehrman at the Algiers hotel A reception in the Rul aiyat room of the note! followed The bridi sisti r Judy Feldn an, served as her maid ol honor. and her cousins, Gaby Cipolla and Madeline Edelstein, the h d< ::, sisti rs, Iris Sperber and Spet I i r, -• %  : vi (I as brides maids togethi r with Jill Granger n Edelstein was flower girl Besl man to the : shall Gral Michai I II Ronald Edelsti in and Steven u ere ushi i Son of Mr and MrAl Spi rl ol Woodmere, 1. I the bridegro: m now an accountant, is a graduati Lawrence High and attended the University •! Miami His fraternitj IPhi Epsilon Pi. The former Miss Feldman bell nged to the Gibson Girls Club while al .Miami Beach High and attended the University of Miami t n two yearWedding BelSs for Silbersteins Miss Rosalyn Klein and Stephen .Mitchell Silberstein were married on Sunday. June 10, in a 5 o'clock ceremony performed by Rabbi Mayer Abramowiti al the Algii hi tel. After a reception at the hotel, the newlyweds left for a hon. % %  moon in Puerto Rico On their return, Ihey will l ve in Miami. Daughter ol Mr and Mrs M Klein. 910 Wi -• ave :ii" bi .,. reembt tulle with illusion nei nd loni es for her • i Mrs. Anita Bi I n v. as matron : [or in r sisti r and other ti ndants were Eileen Nash and Karen Silberstein S a of Mr. an : Mrs Lee Sill shin of New York City, the bride im's best man .as his brother. Sam Silberstein Larrj Perl and Gar) Levin served aa ushers The newlyweds both graduated from the University of Miami this month Mrs. Klein's degree is in education. Mr Kleins major iat counting and his fraternity is I'I 1., mbda Phi. If you've got a hungry family, you've got o Heini Vegetarian Bean family. Waiting to be turned into a happy family. And hardly able to wait. And hardly getting to work on those plates when already someone is saying/'More beans, please." HEINZ KosherVEGETARIAN BEANS. 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Friday. June 15. 1962 +Jeisti rhridlinii Page 9-A Conservatives Dedicate Israel Site Eighty-fifth birthday celebration was marked recently for Charles Rosenthal (left), founder of Riverside Memorial Chaoels, by son Edward. Riverside board chairman, and 400 : :i apel employees and their families at the Delmonico hotel in New York. Among those attending from Miami Beach was Abe Eisenberg. vice president and treasurer here. The elder Rosenthal and wife Cora have been winter visitors to Miami Beach since the 1920's. and only recently returned to New York. Montreal Radio Station Boots Out Staff Announcer Continued from P9* '-A ronto, Winnipeg, Ottawa and Edmonton?" Mr. Stirling also sent a letter of pology to the Canadian Jewish ungr88 and B'nai B'nth in which said that he "deeply" regretted. • ic fact that on the nights of May I and June 1. Manning "allowed r>i>nal feelings on capital punhment to mar the objectivity of %  discussion He added that he felt "an apol> iowed t< the ntire Montreal h comn in itj who have con-1 buti h to this city as u to %  Jew i-h listeners ho %  an apologj %  Ji wish participants am, Leon Gresfi hi a man." affin !i I a broadcast %  • pi %  '. N ,i ews." you there, ther v. ho Manning: "Were you there?" Woman: "No, but—" Manning: "War* you there? Madam, you are lying." In his letter to the Jewish groups, Stirling Mid that station officials had evaluated six hours of tapes on the two programs, "and we have asked for the resignation ol Herbert Manning not only on the Open Mind show but on all other programs that he is connected with on CKGM JERUSALEM — (JTA1 — The first international convention of Ihe World Council of Synagogues ended here last week alter three days of deliberations by some 1,000 delerepresenting Conservative Judaism in 21 countries The nil hli in 11 the sec md %  -'••<> of tlie convention, attended by some 800 i.al Bui! -, .1 bj Prime I i %  •. n J< wish A i Hive, both of v. In III v y lorsi the movement. The Prime Minister, urging a new way of life • people under its own sovereignty in Israel, declared thai "the religiousi milieu which existed outside of j Israel Is nol adapted to modern] v ays of life."' "If we do rot want to have an absolute and final break between the past and future, we must renew our spiritual life and integrate it into our new way of living, adapt it to a new framework," the Prime Minister told the delegates. "It is clear to anyone who honors our spiritual heritage—and it is impossible and forbidden to root out Jewish faith and Holy days from this tradition—that this heritage must change its form and adopt a new form, one which is adapted to a new way of life." He added that "the existence and growth of the Conservative movement testifies to the renewal and validity of Judaism which does not rest on past glories and is immune lo hardening of the arteries." Mr. Sharett asked the Conservative leaden why, "if Conservatives consider themselves the repository of Jewish spiritual values and all ] that is best in Jewish tradition." do they deny themselves "the opportunity to radiate their influence wilhin Israel by presenting the movement in a modern version more adapted to understanding and, sored ihe new center announced a more attractive to the younger gennew department of international I ration." | service to provide American rabb 9 Professor Bernard Mandclbaum. and teachers for other countries provosl of the Jewish Theological end to train local youth [or service Seminary of America, which spon-in. their own communities. Trials Open Continued from Page 1A ,.,,„• met Ived different incl•her court. I U .,. v iz k G 'Ian presidsi a couple Ku'.t I rhej % %  %  %  • %  con i Ada i f the 1 boy, bea test in • %  tbe KMt! WATERMELON TIME ^^* A AA^A 4 i i IS HIM! i i i i i i i i i i i O i i i i Enpoy Ice-Cold Slices at Our Tables ... 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"Jewish Floridian Combining THE JIWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Volurrt 35 — Number 24 Miami. Florida, Friday, June 15. 1962 Two Sections — Price 20* Montreal Radio Station Fires Staff Announcer 71 EAL — (JTA) — A Mon, announcer fired by stalion < K M for allegedly insulting II directed at Jews in n with :i program dealing iih tr %  execution of Adolf Eich. d here he was filling a .i.OOO for "unjustified dis, tad character defamation." Th< -ouncement was made on brhiiif %  Herbert Manning by his ittonu > who said that the anBounc: • condemnation of capital punishment was in the public inleresl The attorney said that the ditmissci announcer had "prev i0usl\ •. odemned the persecution ol th< Jews in Soviet Russia and the rise of Nazism in Canada." Ii w..also announced that the dismiss would be investigated by the board of governors of Radio Broa >.:ing in Ottawa. Manning was ousted by Geoff Stirling, president i i the radio station, for alleged in* ilts to Jewish participants on hi"open Mind" program when .i heatee discussion developed on the Kazi'i execution. In announcing the ouster, nSe president of the radio station at*•d: "How would any Canadian react t the extermination of • third of the Canadian population, to the massacre of all man, wornin and childran of Montreal, ToContinued an Page 9-A 0BIH0DOX Tiff Kidnap Trials Go to Court Police Guard Rome Jews To Prevent New Clashes SIDNEY IffCOIMT .,. civic leader ROME — i JTA I — Strong police in.its guarded this week all ap proaches to the midtown district pf the former Jewish ghetto in Rome as an aftermath to two days of violent clashes between neo-Fascists and Jews in which two Jews and seven Rightists were wounded. Four Jews were arrested in the first clashes and one was still under arrest. None of the members of the Movimento Sociale Italiano KM PKESIDtWT Will SHAK Lefcourt Named to Take Helm of Jewish Federation lERl'SALEM — (JTA) — Two trials began here this week in the i abdi ction of Josselle shumachBi. th< 10-year-old boy who was taken !r< m his parents by Orthodox Jews whe feared the boy would not receive a sufficiently Orthodox \ three-judge district curt hi ided by President Binyamin evi i • gan a hearing of charges %  %  Rabbi Binyamin Mendel ihree other members "i ii i' lv.,.< Agudat Israel collective i Kommemiut, where police eved the buy had been kepi fin :. tin %  The rabbi pleaded net guilty to two charges of hiding a youth named Yisroel Vinnik in a case Scn Jacob Javits, New York Remunications and non-discriminIpublican, calls on the Secretary of ation" of the existing foreign aid State to report regularly "on prolegislation. The Senate-approved mess under the freedom of comamendment was a substitute for cne which Sen. Javits himself of fered earlier in the week, which contained the same request for State Department progress reports. The earlier version included additional language, the effect of which would have been to ask the l'roide:.I to cut off United States aid to nations practicing such discrimination. Sen. Javits, in behind-thescen?s maneuvering, reoortedly became convinced that the stronger language would have Continued on Page 10-A Adlai Calls Jewish Criticism A 'Bitter Pill' CHICAGO — (JTA) — Adlai E. Stevenson, head of the American delegation to the United Nations, said this week he considers as a • bitter pill" the "extensive criticism by the American Jewish com munity" of the action of U.S. delegation in supporting at the UN Security Council the resolution censrine Israel last April for her retaliatory attack on Syrian gun positions. In a letter to Rabbi Jacob J. Weinstein, spiritual leader of the K.A.M. Temple here. Ambassador Stevenson wrote: "The judge—the Armistice Commission—would not fix who was principally responsible for provocation, in large measure because Israel has refused access to the Commission in these regions Hence, there could be no "equal condemnation' of Syria." Mr. Stevenson went on to say that the Security Council could do nothing else under the circumstances. He expressed surprise that the resolution was as temper Continued on Page 3-A Washington Order Ends Israel Cotton Import Here IERUSA1 EM-UTAi-The export of Israel cotton yarn to the United states which reached some 250 tons during the last year, has been stopped b> an order of the U S. Government as an indirect resuli ,f the attempt to slow down the Influx ol rheap cotton goods to the United statefrom the Far East, it was learned here The ADIAI SltVtNSON Israel't to blome in Washington, a delegation of \meri< i tgudai Israel leaders railed on Israel Ambassador AvraI' MI Herman to protest the arraignment and trial ol Rabbi Mendel• •iin The Ambassador reportedly lld the delegation he WOUld eon thei \ iews to the Israel Gov I'limenl in Jerusalem shntue I Tamir, attorney f (| r the Kommemiut defendants, raised s % cries of technical objections, including a demand for separate trials since the charges against the Continued on Page 9-A t nited states has announ ,-,.,l it will freeze import of cotton nods at the 1960-61 level. Since Israel did nol export an> cotton to 'the United statein that period, the effect is to give no quota to Israel at all. thereby cutting the export Of Israeli cotton yarn to the t nited state.to ero Shipments of Israeli cotton yarn to the l' s. constituted about 50 percent of the entire > arn experts $36,240,000 T01D AT CASH CONFERENCE UJA Reports Record HalfYear Tally The United States order is a severe blow to Israel's cotton spinning industry, which was already reeling, alor/i with other industries in the country, as a result of the devaluation of the Co .flowed on Pge H* NEW YORK (JTA) The sum ni $36,240,000 has been collected thus t.,i by the United Jewish Appeal against 1962 campaign pledges, it was reported here by Joseph Mey cihott. UJA general chairman He spoke at a one clay UJA national cash meeting In the Savoy Hilton, which was attended bj 150 top Jewish community leaders from a' partof the country The sum is almost 10 percent higher than the total collected last year at this time and is one ol the highest mid-year cash totals achieved bj the UJA in the past decade. Mr Meyerhoff called the near-record sum "a meat midway victory in the effort to keep our overseas ram going in the face of the enormous pressure of rising Jewii ii immigratii n abroad Israel l) link, of Minneapolis, served as national chairman of the cash drive. First-hand reports on Israel's current massive immigration and its attendant absorption problems were made by Ambassador Michae' Comay, permanent representative of Israel to the United Nations, and Dr. Isadore Lubin, conultant or. programs in Israel for the Jewish Agency for Israel, a UJA beneficiary agency, which Continued on Page S-A