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The Jewish Floridian
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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"Sermskk Floridian
/ciume 35 Number 25
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami. Florida. Friday, June 22. 1962
Two Sections F;:ce 2'
SEtf CONTAINED RELIGIOUS SECT'
Israeli and American
Jews Drifting Apart,
Conference Concludes
' SALEM (JTA) American and Israeli Jewish leaders
., a "dialogue" here, agreed that American Jews and Israeli I
;,,. were drifting apart and that something should be done about it. .
Bormann Still
Alive to Take
Europe Tours
PARIS (JTAi Martin Bor-
deputy to Adolf Hitler, if
sides in South America.
and visits Europe once every year.
.., r ins to Angd Alcazar de Ve- j
last a Spaniard who was former-,
Spain's press attache in Lon- \
Velasco, who is 52. had won
Hitler the award of the Iron
for services performed."
said here that he had
..: :.. i hief of Nazi counter
age in Spain in 1940. and
: to work for the Nazis
n sent him to l^ondon.
,erved in 1941 and 1942
that in 1945. a Nazi
aruig the code name of
i. approached him in Ma-
! told him to await the
of "a most important per-
within a month. The per
m i med out to be Bormann. he
and he took Bormann in a
arine from a port in Spain
ti M.uthern Argentina, near Fata
The voyage, he said, took
ays.
Velasco said he last met Bor
in Ecuador in 1958. The
deputy by that time, he
had aged considerably, and
: anged his appearance
igh plastic surgery on his face.
The unique conference was ar-
ranged by the American Jewish
Congress, whose president. Dr.
i .loachim I'rinz. urged Israelis to
1 accept as final the propoistion
i that American Jews in the fore-
I sceable future would not immi-
grate to Israel in any substantial
numbers.
Dr. Prim told the 500 partici-
pants that a "Jewish isolation-
ism" in the United States threat-
ened the development of closer
ties between American and Is-
raeli Jews. He said increasing
numbers of young American
Jews believed they were "a self-
| contained religious sect" which
' could get along without identifi-
cation with Jews in other coun-
tries, except for philanthropic
ties.
Because of this, he said. Israel
ould not take for granted the sup-
Continued on Pane 5-A
Dr. Julius Mark, senior rab-
bi of Temple Emanu-El. New
York City, was reelected
president of the Synagogue
Council of America for a
one-year term at the closing
plenary session of the proq-
ram year last week. Rabbi
Mark is visiting professor of
homiletics and practical theo-
logy at the New York School
of Hebrew Union College
Jewish Institute of Religion.
FftJMf AUNIS1H NfHfftf
. tee aggressive
WOULD UPSET BALANCE
Nehru Nixes
Ties to Israel
Catholic View
Draws Criticism
From Bostonians
BOSTON fWNS) Two prom
nent Jewish spiritual leaders,
labbi Joseph S. Shubow and Rab
u Samuel J. Fox. took sharp is
ue this week with an editorial in
The Pilot, official organ of the
toman Catholic Archdioces of
Boston, on a proposed Sunday law
imendment that would permit
Sabbath observers. Jews and Sev-
enth Day Adventists to do busi-
teas on Sunday.
The Catholic organ charged
hat last week's approval of the
amendment b) the Massachusetts
NEW DELHI iJTAl Primt
Minister Nehru told the Indian;
Parliament last weekend that In
dia has not entered diplomatic
relations with Israel partly be !
,-ausc Israel's activities had been j
unfortunately aggressive" in the '
tast and because it might be
i tarmful to India's relations with
ither countries.
He added that relations between
Israel and some West Asian coun-
rus were 'strained." and any ac-
lon taken b> India in regard to
my of these countries might af
ect another and might be resent
d b\ the other countries. He |
iaid "one has therefore to see ,
vhat advantages" there would be
n balance and whether a partic ,
' ilar action would contribute to thl
settlement of dispute among thost
ountries.
He said India did not plan to
exchange diplomatic representa-
tives with Israel now because
such an exchange in balance"
would not be advantageous to
the cause "India is pursuing in
West Asia." The Prime Minis-
ter's principal theme was Al-
geria, and he said India would
recognize an independent Al-
geria promptly.
His comment- on Israel were In
replj lo a supplenn ntarj question
5 More Jews
i Are Executed
\ By Red Chiefs
DtlPlK INTO TKAVAIl PAGE 2-A
PARIS in the Soviet Union recently for "economic crimes." according to
; reports made public in Soviet newspapers arriving here.
Two of the death sentence^ were meted out to Jews after a
i trial in Odessa, where two other Jews were given heavy prison sen-
tences. This report was printed in Pravda L'krainy, official organ
of the Ukrainian Communist Party.
The June 12 issue of that news-
>aper. reaching here, lists the con-
lemned as Binyamin A. Gulko and i
; Moshe A. Fuks. The newspaper !
i reported that an eight-year prison !
' sentence was given by the same '
J court to Betya B. Rothstein. and '
I i five-year sentence was imposed I
>n Tzila G. Lapidus. All four had
'>een accused, the Communist
lewspapcr stated, of "dealing in
'oreign currency.'"
Claims Confab
Meets in London
To Air Indemnity
LONDON (JTA) The board
>f directors of the Conference on
lewish Material Claims Against
Germany met here Monday to dis-
cuss a number of questions deal-
ing with the West German restitu-
tion and indemnification programs
for Jewish victims of Nazism. The
Bonn Government is now consid-
ering amendments to the restitu-
tion and indemnification laws
which expire at the end of this
year.
Dr. Nahum Goldmann. chairman
of the Conference, reported to the
orted that 18 persons, at least five had on the subject with leaders of
f whom have Jewish names, are the German Government. Parlia-
urrcntly on trial for "economic ment and political parties. The
rimes in Minsk. Six of the 18 meeting authorized Dr. Goldmann
were named, and at least five of and the two other leading Confer-
he.-e six are believed to be Jew ence officers to take whatever
Continued on Page 2-A
Three other Jews were con-
demned to death after a trial at
Dnepropetrovsk, which is also
in the Ukraine. The men con-
demned there, according to a
Moscow dispatch, were N. Seach-
evsky, I. Stavisky and L. KocS-
er. All three have already been
executed, the Moscow report
stated. At least four Jews had
previously been sentenced to
death in Moscow.
(In New York, a Moscow dis-
continued on Page 5-A
Sidney Lefcourt Given Nod
To Take Federation's Helm
Jenate had been in response to y Hv|cama, ,, ., S(H,a| ,,,.p.
pressure thai will destroy tne
Sunda) i bservance In favor ol
those principally Jews and Ad-
,entistswho worship on Satur-
laj At the same time the pub
ication noted thai the amendment
VM 'both unjust and offensive
md that it would "leave it lo i th
rs to say hew a carefully organ-
Continued on Page 6-A
MAS AWARD PAGE 6-A, $1,425,000 IN '62 PAGE 6-A
COMPUTE TEXT Of IffCOUffT ADDRESS PACE I0-A
Sidney Lefcourt was installed as president of the Gleater Miami
Jewish Federation, heading a slate of officers, trustees and governors
for the 1902-63 term, at Federations 24th annual meeting Saturday
TEL AVIV (JTA) Former
tais had tried twice to smuggle
, ,a/.or blade to the late Adolf
Eichmann. while the latter await
d hanging at Ramleh Prison, it
u, revealed here last night by
Attorney General Gideon Hausner.
chief prosecutor of the Eichmann
trial.
In one case. Mr. Hausner dis-
closed. Germans now in Australia,
who lived formerly in the Pales-
tinian colonies of Sarona and Wil-
uty, who had asked '"whether In
lia's approach" t" Israel "was
conditioned by Arab susceptibili-
ties." He also asked whether it
was no! ;i fad "that many Euro-
pean and Asian countries had cor-
dial relations with both the Arab night.
countries and Israel and that, such ruso elected unanimous!) by uel \ Priedland, honorary presi-
being the case, what was India's members attending the dinner in dent: Judge living Cypen, Leon
difficulty" m recognizing Israel'' the Duponl I'la/a hotel were Sam- Kaplan. Joseph l.ipton. Mrs. Stan-
le) C Myers, and Harold Thur-
man. vice presidents; Ernest Jams
and Jerome Blank, treasurer and
associate treasurer; David Cats-
man and Cal Kovens. secretary
and associate secretary.
Sam Blank was elected chair-
man of the board of trustees Nam-
ed lo I he board of trustees were
Leonard Abess. Ben Blum. Leo
Chaikin, Paul Faske. Sam A. Gold-
stein. Sam Kipnis. Jay Kislak,
Baron de Hirsch Meyer. A. J. Mo-
la&ky, David Phillips. Joseph Rose,
Harry Sirkin. Mrs Samuel Simon-
hoff and Mrs Carl Wcinkle.
Lefcourt, Federation's new pres-
Nazis Tried to Slip Adolf a Razor
helma. sent Fiehmann a postcard.
advising him to interest himself in
philately, and to be sure to ex
amine the stamp on the card. The
Israel security officers followed
the adviceexamining the stamp
and finding a thin blade under the
postage.
Another effort was made to get
' a blade to Eichmann by insert
ing the thin-edged metal between
the wrappings of a box of matches.
The sender.- had apparently hop
d Eichmann would kill himself
with the blade to avoid hanging.
One of Eichmann's fictions.
Ahull was exposed as false after
In.- arrest was that hod been born
at the Sarona settlement in pre
Israel Palestine The Germans
who had settled both Sarona and
Wilhelma left the country Imme-
diate!) after Israel was establish
ed, in 194EJ. most of them moving
en mass* to Australia.
Continued on Page *-A

I


Page 2-A
+Jmi$t> ntridinr
Friday. June 22, 1962
Soviet Jews Pushed Deeper into Travail
Jacob and Adele Kaplan Awards are presented to Fred Sil-
verman (right) and Daniel Weiss (left) at recent Hebrew High
School qraduation exercises of the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion at Beth David Congregation. Making the presentation
:s Rabbi David Shapiro, spiritual leader of Temple Sinai of
Hollywood and president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical
Assn.
Claims Conference Meeting
Studies German Indemnification
Continued from Page 1A
>:.>>> are necessar; to seek im-
mentation of a German le is
lative program sought by the Con-
fere nee, and to improve and ac-
celerate the payment of indemni-
fication claims to individual Jew-
I ish victims <>t Nazism, The two
1 other officers to work on this pro-
1 j-r.wn with Dr. Cioldmann are
. .'aeob Blaustein. senior vice pres-
ident of the Conference, and Moses
A Leavitt, treasurer.
At a news conference follow-
Students Win
Florida Trip
Members of the Beth David Jun-
ior Congregation who. through their
attendance have earned the reward
(i touring parts of Florida, were
announced this week. They are:
Nancy Ahrams. Marcia Cypen.
T-onna Ehrens. Kenneth Hilton. Eric
K..plan. Mark and Mira Lomaskin.
Lyn Pont. Cheryl Ram. Rita Rosi-
nek, Ben Lewis Schachter, James
Stuff. Barnett Schwartzman. Mark
S.mll. David Stone. Robert Tanen-
baum. Jay Tinier. Cheryl Tytell.
Richard viaas. F.nc Young.
Accompanied by Saul Rabin, ed-
it ation director of Beth David,
they will visit the Edison Home.
Circus Hall of Fame. Weeki-Wa-
chee. and St. Petersburg and Cy-
press Gardens from June 17 to 19.
ing the board meeting. Dr.
Goldmann said he would go to
Germany this week. He said he
may meet with West Germany's
Finance Minister, Dr. Heinz
Starke, or arrange a conference
with Dr. Starke later this year,
when the Bonn Parliament takes
a recess.
The "ideal" solution from the
Jewish point of view. Dr Gold
mann said, would be an improved
German law covering the out-
standing claims But, he -aid.
there are other suggestions for a
solution, and "it is all a matter for
negotiation."
"One must always remember.'"
he added, "that the ideal solution
is not always attainable. How-
ever, before a final agreement is
made with the German authori-
ties, the negotiators would go
back to a full, plenary session of
the Claims Conference, so that any
agreement would have to be en-
dorsed by the Conference as a
whole."
During his news conference. Dr.
Goldmann said, on an unrelated
topic, that he hoped to settle in
Israel in the autumn of 1963. when
his home in Jerusalem would be
ready.
NEW YORK (JTA) The Sox
,ct Government "is pushing the
Soviet Jew deener nit > the pit
..f second-cla s citii mship. wheth-
er he is a Jew who practices his
reli ii or who long a :<: left the
synagogue." the current issue of
the Saturday Evenig Post >ays,iu
|a 1 rst-hand report.
This means." the report em-
phas "-. "'hat many thousands ol
non-religious -lews who want noth-
ing more than the r:ght to he
counted as normal members of
Soviet society are forced into a
life with special liabilities" The
report was written b> Rowland
Evan* Jr member of the editor-
ial staff of the New York Herald
Tribune.
Enumerating the discrimina-
tion practiced against Jews in
the Soviet Union today the re-
port says that "the heart of trag-
edy" for Russian Jews is the
fact that while Khrushchev re-
nounces the terrible excesses of
Stalin against all the people in
Russia, the Jews *re still singled
out for special abuse.
"For most Russians, life is get-
ting somewhat better, for the .low
il i> becoming intolerable." Mr
Evans stresses, lb' adds that the
Soviet Government i- embarrassed
bj the searchlight of world opin-
ion on its discrimination againsl
Jews, and explain* why the Mo-
cow rulers do not permit .low- to
leave the country.
Th' report also explains win
Jews are being made the scape
goats bj the Soviet authorities lor
economic crimes which are now
developing in the Soviet Union
The Soviet economy, the report
says, has moved from a bare sub
MD's for Israel
Meet in Chicago
Dr. Lou:- G. l.ytton. local phy
sician. this week announced that
the annual assembly of the Amer
'can Physicians Fellowship for
the Israel Medical Assn. will be
held Monday evening at the Hotel
Morrison in Chicago.
Dr. Lytton said the assembly
will be held in conjunction with the
convention of the American Med-
ical Assn.
The assembly, composed of some
3.000 l".S. physicians, "is doing a
fine job in helping to make Israel
a major world medical center."
according to the Miami physician
The meeting of the organization
will be held at 8:30 p.m.
, .;, ni i ciety to a more ad-
vanced level. An enormous "grey
mark.:" in illegal disposition ol
desired product- has developed
Someone must juggle the figures
conceal these Illegal traasac
lions "and that someone often
turn.- pu.1 to be the, accountant or
clerk. :.!'.; "i whom are Jew-
ish.
Bi i ause they are Jewish, they
risk severe reprisals from their
chief- the managers who profit
most from the grey market if
they refuse to conceal the Illegal
transactions "and so some of them
do cooperate."
Adopting the scapegoat ap-
proach "for the disease of the
grey market," the Soviet state
is turning its investigative and
prosecuting powers "on the Jew
who clerks for the factory man-
ager, who keeps the books for
the collective farm, or who does
the accounting for the manager
of the wool combine."
The trials for thievery, specula
tion and other economic crimes, in
which a number of Russian Jews
have alreadj been executed, are
in full swing. Mr Evans reported.
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Friday. June 22. 1962
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Page 3-A
*g. issayy Reform Rabbis Urged to rake
Lead Against Nuclear War Evil
rr^-arten graduating class of the He-
-:emy receives diplomas from Rabbi
Morns 1. Horovitz and Donald Swartz. assist-
ant p:.: : ra s. .""'d Cpft to right are Evan
Shap::'- Joshua Jaffe, Michael Wittels, Jerry
Pomeranz, Corey Dearr. Richard Beckman,
- -man, Debra Bloom. Malvina Staub-
(-. ;:. Tc-.e Eng'.ander. Second row (left to
right' are Elise Ehrenreich, Maria Simon. Alan
Seif, Steven Safra, Anna Luchins, Bonnie Hof-
fenberg, Howard Rosner. Reena Abramowitz,
Andrea Alpert, Abra Shapiro, Jo Debra Sha-
piro and Orly Coffer. Third row are Donald
Swartz. Marjorie Ent and Rivka Rosengerten,
kindergarten faculty, and Rabbi Morris L.
Horovitz.
Israel Tries to Head Off Cotton Bar
a VS1 INGTON i.lTA Israeli officials here this week Initiat-jits report on which hearings were
;k- w th Washington authorities with a view to preventing a
pn>.!l>lr embargo on the importation of Israeli eotton yarn to the
lit:' E! as a result of the new U.S. policy to curtail such imports.
The Department f Commerce
::'. has as J <-t been mi
posed oi Israeli cotton yarn ex-
ports to the l'nited States The
tmenl noted that, in fiscal
l>i i-'...i exported ;.200.000
of textiles to the
pressed the hope that Washington
would reconsider its han and con-
tinue the policy of encour.i-:ini;
free trade
The l'nited States Tariff Com-
mission, meanwhile, was urged to
issue "without further delay'" a re-
However, the ef- port on its recent investigation of
feel upon Israel's cotton yam in-1 the effect of foreign textUe irn-
n 11 arise from Congress- '
into the United States in
eluding Israel-made products.
attempts to provide relief __ ,0 .. .11
The call came from Republican
competition to the Rep charieg Jonas (lf North Car-
A erican textile industrj lolin.{ u|li, compiaied that the
while nc official action has [Commission had been stalling on
b^en taken as yet, a joint Senate-
House cc-'trence committee has
reported c_1 leqisation that would
e:"powe- *r-e Executive Branch
to take whatever steps may be
pecessar. te reduce foreign im-
port quo'as. The legislation is
Os'-jned prevent "circumven-
tion er '-.stration" of an agree-
ment mc> under the Geneva
Textile CcMcn Arrangement of
last July by countries that are
not men-cers of the arrange-
ment. Is-ael is not a member
oof the Geneva Arrangement.
idly, has hundreds
f toi mfuctured textili s
.aitini imenl lo the United
States H ol Israel's output in
field xported to Ihe United
Vccordiof to the latest figures,
i rael exp rU .1 S7.O00.O00 worth of
Cotton >;: to the l'nited States
is year. The industry had plan
il <>n >> ppmg -10 percent o! its
output to U.S A in 1062. Edi-
torials 11 Israeli newspapers ex
completed Mar. 26.
The Commission had been ask-
ed to look into the flow of cot-
ton textile goods with a view to
determining its effect on the U.S.
textile industry and recommend-
ed possible curtailment of im-
ports by Presidential proclama-
tion.
A Commission spokesman said
that the report would "probably
be issued within the next six
weeks" but he pointed out that the
recommendations are not binding
on the President. The Tariff Com-
mission actions are separate and
apart from Congressional efforts to
reduce imports.
By Special Report
MINNEAPOLIS The *
Conference Of Ann-rear. Rj
was tiruort here WectrrPfllav to take
the lead in marshalling the world
religions for "th- observance of a
universal Yom Kippur Day of
Atonement 1" whose worldwide
prayers would demonstrate human-
ity's overwhelming determination
"to averl the man-made evil de-
cree" of nuclear war.
Dr. Albert G. Minda, president
of the Central Conference and the
rabbi of Temple Israel here, made
the proposal in a keynote address
which opened Ihe CCAR*s 73rd
annual convention.
The Central Conference of Amer-
ican Rabbis is the rabbinical or-
ganization of the Reform branch
of Judaism with a membership of
over Him spiritual leaders in the
l'nited States and Canada Its con-
vention here, the first in Minne-
apolis since 1911. will lay down
guidelines for the coming >ear on
I a host of religious, social, econom-
ic, cultural, international and Jew-
ish communal issues and prob-
lems.
and those who guide their des-
tinies. It is this: Through peni-
tence, prayer and righteousness,
the evil dearee may be averted."
"Providence and history." he de-
clared, have assigned America
the onerous responsibility of car-
rying out an experiment in human
relations of universal significance,
an experiment embodying the
hopes, yearnings and strivings of
men in all parts of the world."
H stated that "momentous
decisions, amongst them the re-
sumption of nuclear testing by
the United States following th
Soviet's refusal to continue the
moratorium, have made us all
aware of the cross-roads at
which our civilization stands.
The issues that confront us are
more than political and diplo-
matic in character; they involve
serious moral and ethical chal-
Dr. Minda, in his address, led
up to his proposal for the ob-
servance of a universal Yom
Kippur by disputing the charge
that rabbis "are impractical
idealists."
We ask soberly."' he comment
ed. "whether in the confused world
of today the ideal may not be the
mere realistic approach in the at-
tempt to resolve the crisis of our
times."
"There is. however." he em
phasized, "one answer given in
this awesome Day of Atonement
prayer which must ring out in the
hearts of all men of all nations.
lenges."
once again." he declared.
"America must invoke her his-
toric sense of mission that has
linked her destiny with the moral
order of the universe.''
In the meantime. Rabbi Minda
Stressed, "the threat of nuclear
explosion hangs over all mankind.
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Volume 35 Number 25
Friday. June 22. 1962
20 Sivan 5722
The Dialogue
In Jerusalem
The "dialogue" in Jerusalem
the other day seems to show "con-
clusively" the widening rift be-
tween America and Israeli Jews.
Actually, it is a rift that charac-
terizes their leaders, who are too
prone to philosophize at the drop
of an opportunity, and who speak
less for the people they represent
than simple politeness would sug-
gest.
Dr. Joachim Prinz. president of
the American Jewish Congress,
old the dialogue in response to a
presentation by Prime Minister
Ben-Gurion that American Jews
will never, for example, adopt
Hebrew as their second language,
far less than move to Israel in
significant numbers.
Minister of Education Ebba
Eban politely chastized Mr. Ben-
Gurion by suggesting that it would
be far better if he were to find
something to praise in American
Jewry than repeatedly to criticize.
For his part, the Prime Minis-
ter, adopting the historic view,
foresaw a monolithic state in the
U.S. some twenty-five years hence, in which
Jews here would find it extraordinarily diffi-
cult if not impossible to identify spiritually, no
less than culturally or economically, with
Israel.
The sad thing about the "dialogue" is that
Dt. Prinz, a Reform spiritual leader, seems not
entirely the proper person to set forth the ideo-
logical orientation of the more traditional-
minded Congress, its president though he may
be. least of all the American Jewish commun-
ity as a whole.
Neither does Mr. Eban represent the more
balanced view of Israeli belief today, but rath-
er increasingly seems to live in the memory
of his once thunderously oratorical world.
And Prime Minister Ben-Gurion is what he
must bean irritant to the conscience of Jews
wherever they may live. Outrageous, insult-
ing, the visionary of his people, he yearns
toward the achievement of what he regards
as Israel's chosen place in the sun.
All are estimable gentlemen, and all are
admirable debators. But. as with most de-
bates, prolix through they always end, not all
said during the Jerusalem "diologue" seems
worthy of more than passing note.
An Auspicious Meeting
The address by Sidney Lefcourt, newly-
elected president of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation, before the 24th annual meeting
of Federation last Saturday night makes the
community hopeful that a" new and vigorous
spirit is imminent for Miami Jewry's central
fund-raising and planning organization.
Lefcourt minced no words in his accept-
ance address, and gave the impression that
he means to carry Greater Miami Jewry along
with him in a new drive toward achievement.
The president has reason to be hopeful,
and he haB the background of experience in
Federation necessary to implement these
hopes. The key thoughts in Lefcourt's talk
were these:
Federation, the mirror of the
community it represents, must be ret-
turned to its position of preeminence.
When the leaders of Federation
truly want to achieve this, it will be
achieved.
who beheld the ideal man as a citizen of his
community "not totally involved in creature
wants." The university, he declared, is the
intellectual and cultural beacon of South
Florida.
But it is organizations like Federation and
its "genius for the practical" that implement
human aspiration in every social and com-
munal form. Together, he said, based on the
experience of the university and Federation,
each within its own sphere, the goal of self-
lessness can be attainedthe shaping of hum-
an dignity in a Miami community "which has
a rendezvous with greatness."
The auspicious tone of this final meeting
of the season is one. we hope, that will find
its way to inspire Federation in the days ahead
under the leadership of Mr. Lefcourt.
Statistics Not the Answer
The new word from behind the Iron Cur-
tain is "criticism." At least on the surface.
Soviet life seems bent on aping more and
more the "degenerate" capitalist world it de-
plores.
What has presumably evolved there is a
new duty for the Communist citizen: the re-
sponsibility to criticize. As fearful Ivan sees
it, this means criticism even when no ground
for it exists.
Reports in the New York Herald Tribune
currently suggest that the latest anti-Semitic
wave in the Soviet Union may largely be ex-
plained by the new critical trend. For. says
the Tribune, so many Jewish citizens there are
in the accounting, bookkeeping, and other such
professions. And these, as the Tribune sees
it, are particularly predisposed to assignments
for blame in the monolithic society where, dic-
tated by political needs of the moment, sta-
tistics have been known to be manipulated
from above in order to announce state suc-
cesses or state failures.
Right or wrong, theories do not ease the
burden of the Jew behind the Iron Curtain to-
day, whose lot as a second class citizen be-
comes heavier as the years go by. Reports
this week of five more executions for "econ-
omic crimes" of one phony kind or another
may put the lie to repeated Soviet claims that
no anti-Semitism exists in their world.
But beyond this, it adds fuel to the anxiety
With leaderspeopleas the focus of his of Western Jewry for the ultimate fate of their
talk, he was followed by Dr. Henry King Stan- brethren in the Red heaven forged by Khrush-
ford, new president of the University of Miami, chev and Co.
ceives the award." he went on,
"we want to be there. We would like to say a few words. After
allit's only proper. The "award is for the Miami' Jewish cf^rrruri
ity's assistance to us. and we should be there ." His voice trail-
ed off.
Very carefully. 1 explained that I had no such authority, and
that he would have to apply to Federation with his request for a
brief appearance on the program. Realistically. I added that I was
pessimistic about the outcome, especially at this late hour. "The
meeting is tomorrow night."' I said, "and it's probably all laid out
by now" For a long moment, there was silence. Then the Cuba-
voice came back: "Who will tell our story0" Quietly. I suggested:
"Speak to them at Federation, which is a philanthropic and human
tarian organization dedicated to Jewish need. They'll listen."
And all the while we talked, the Cuban and I. there buzzed
my mind the weary question: What story" When the U.S. Refr...
Relief Center opened here, 1 sent a reporter to the Hias office 10
some feature material on the incoming Cuban Jews. This is not
a Jewish question, came the official Hias brush-Off. These ar
Cuban refugees from Castro Communism, who happen to be Ji
ish. U.S. immigration authorities, the explanation rambled on,
would frown on such sectarian treatment.
THt TACTS FINALLY AM TOLD
AT THE TIME, I rebelled hotly, pointing out that the Cathol.
community, in its aid pro-ram-, seemed not the least put
by the reams ol new-paper -tone- describing their activities-
the least concerned about official U.S reaction either Why was
ilia- suddenl) so sanctimonious in the matter of publicity'' sp
to Jimmy Rice, the) coldly replied ending the debate Mr. R:
is regional executive director of Hias in New York. 1 don't beli
1 did speak to him.
And here he was Mr Rice, last Saturday night at the 24'
annual meeting of Federation in the Dupont I'laza hotel, tellina.
all: how many Cuban families arrive daily in Miami, the numb.
ot them Hias ha- processed since Castro came marching home,
what Federation's various local affiliates had done to assist in the
task
m7As a matter of fact, the affiliates themselves seemed bus
enough filling in the details these days, each from its individua
point of \mw. 'One Miami agency, at a recent national convention
of social workers in Atlantic City, was particularly voluble on th-?
subject, judging by a spectacular JTA report.)
What would the Cuban at the other end of the telephone sa.
to all of this if he heard Mr. Rice now? Anyway, it doesn't matter-
especially since neither he nor. indeed, any other member of th
Cuban Jewish colony in Miami was there to see Federation receiv
a Hias award for its singular humanitarian endeavor In behalf !
Cuban Jewish refugees.
Mf ZltOtS IN OH THt HI ART Of THl fAILUKl
CIDNEY LEFCOURT'S PRESIDENTIAL acceptance address at the
Federation meeting Saturday was one of the most able pre-
tations by a Miami community leader in a longer time than one
cares to remember. It goes without saying that Mr Lefcourt ipok
well. His style of delivery was an essay on competence. He peeled
off his phrases from a store of goodies in jarring fashion for th"-'
who might preferably have heard soporifics.
None of this would be of particular significance if he had noth-
ing to say. Happily. Mr. Lefcourt had very much indeed to sa) -
and to Federation leaders directly who. in the past few years. ha*
been less frequent in their attendance or participation than
gravity of community affairs required. Others may prew
have said the same or similar things, even if far less well
none before the concatenation of men that counts. It was this a<
dent of occurrence that seemed most purposeful Saturday Mr
Lefcourt's expert delivery of a message tellingly told and the pr
men there to hear it.
Suggesting that "Federation i- a mirror of the COmmunit) '
represents," the new president called for a sober reevaluatioi
past performance Confessing that Miami Jewry's central fund
raising and planning organization has failed to impress the
munity with the Federation priority and primacy. Mr. Lefi
zeroed in on the heart of the failure: "When the leaders in
room went these problems solved, they will be solved. Federation
be said, '"ill regain it- position only when ttheyt .
recognize this and raise it to the level of prestige and importal '
it had before "
: -:- :
IDIALISM Of flOtRATION AHD THt UNIVIKSITY
CUCH WOULD CLEARLY involve the kind of giving that challenges
the concept of "pet organisation," philanthropy Mr Lefcourt
stoutly deplored, no less than the annual testimonial and |
marathons "dedicated only to the theorv that the recipient and his
friends can be maneuvered'' into charitable contributions nol '
ways considered on a basis of honest values."
Did the leaders then present to whom he addressed himself
hear the message" The community certainly hopes so; although
some must, even if acerbly wonder, whether they had come to listen
or to take part in the fir-t public presentation of Dr Henr) King
Stanford, new president of the University of Miami.
For his part. Dr. Stanford had many interesting things '>
say as an example, his equation of the Federation concept W
the Idea of a university, where "knowledge needs direction hu"|
moral conviction can give it in matters concerning morale M
human dignity." Continuing the comparison, he saw an exti
of the common denominator in the fact that both Federati
the university depend for their ongoing upon the interest and sacn-
icial service of men like yourselves." ,
Asserting that man is more than "the sex-ridden phanl
Freud, the clever animal of Darwin, or the economic pu|
Marx Dr Stanford beheld the responsible cititen as th.
head from which would spring the "idealism of the universit)
joined with the genius for the practical which la the communit*
fulfill Miami's promise of tomorrow
We drove back in our car with Dr. and kin Stanford, d
Continued on P. SA


Friday. Juno 22. 1962

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Page 5-A
Jews Drift Apart, 'Dialogue' Agrees
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro, spiritual leader of Beth David
Congregation, congratulates students of Beth David who won
:our out of I've community awards presented by the Bureau
of Jewish Education at the graduation exercises here May 28.
left to right are Daniel Weiss, who won the Jacob and
Adele Kaplan prize; Fred Silverman, also recipient of the
acob and Adele Kaplan prize, with a perfect score in the
Hebrew test; Rabbi Shapiro; Barbarc Bolker, araduate of
-Vrrew H'"^ F"-*tvi] r--A n also won the Ratner Family Award; and Rita Biegel, also
>rmw siau^ in oi D'i.n i^avu and araauate ot Hebrew
rlioh Schoc' why w~n the Jowi h Educator-' Council Award.
Five More Jews are Executed
In Latest Red Anti-Semitism
Continued from 1-A
h. They were denounced in the
White Ru Ogues, thieves, briber*, speculat
is The .-ix named are Mich-
ael Bursak, allegedly leader of the
; :oup. Nathan Friedman. Chaim
'igcr. Meir Wilcnsky. Zola Mur-
sh and Zalya Friedman.)
Dr Joseph E. Johnson, the Unit-
ed Nations Palestine Conciliation
I cm mission's special envoy to the
Middle Fast, charged with at-
tempts to case the Arab-Israeli
ni passe over the Arab refugee
i iilem. i virtually a rcpres-jn-
;:\e of the I'.S. State Depart-
- ent and a "traveling salesman
r the ruling Israeli circles." ac-
nlmg to an official Soviet publi-
ion disseminated :n Washington
Soviet diplomats
: charges against Dr John-
ho returned last month from
- second visit to the Middle Fast
I 'aIs. were printed in N<
ines. an official Soviet propa-
nda organ ppubhshed at Moscow
. ight languages, including Rus
an and English. In its article.
ev Times set forth as its own
Aral) version of the refugee
em, h\ stating that the IN
ieneral Assembly had adopted a
si lution favoring the 'repatna-
oi the Arab refugees to Is
ael (New Times, like the Arab
spokesman, ignored the fact that
'he resolutionadopted in 1948
also mentioned resettlement of the
Arab refugees as an alternative to
"repatriation.")
'There ore General Assembly
i decisions," the Soviet organ de-
clared, "which foresee repatria-
tion of the Arab refugee* to their
native places. However, the
Government of Israel, supported
by the United States, stubbornly
refuses to carry out these de-
cisions. The Palestine Concilia-
tion Commission, composed of
representatives of the United
States, France and Turkey,
wants to impose upon the Arab
cruntries a solution of the prob-
lem whicS is clearly contrary to
the decisiens of the General
Assembly.
Johnson is attempting to in-
fluence the Aral- against com-
plying with the General Assembly
decisions However, his efforts
during the last year have failed.
This time, the Arabs did not over-
'00k the fact that Johnson visited
Israel first on his trip. Johnson
s not only carrying out a mission
for the American State Depart-
nent, whose weakness for Israel is
very well known, but he virtually
issumes the role of an unofficial
raveling salesman for the Israeli
tiling circles by acting in their
interest."
Continued from Page 1-A
| port of American .lews of ten or
20 years from now. since the
young American Jewish genera-
tion was not yet "sold" on Israel.
I He urged his Israeli listeners to
understand that Jewish group ex-
istence was not in danger in the
United States but "the meaning
and content of this group exist-
ence is jeopardized by ignorance
of the Jewish heritage among
many Jews "
He proposed a huge program of
study for American Jewish youth
in Israel and other interchanges
to establish tens ot thousands of
personal relationships."
Dr. Pr:P7. a Reform rabbi, said
that Israel's appeal to American
Jews was hurt by the political role
of religious groups in Israel. Many
such .lews, he said, felt that for
Israel's religious leaders, concern
"for ritual and tradition seems to
outweigh'' the deeper concerns of
peace and war. racism and prejud-
ice, juvenile delinquency and sim-
ilar problems.
Abba Fban. the Minister of Edu-
cation, drew on his extensive
background of acquaintance with
American Jews from his posts as
Israeli Ambassador to the United
States and the United Nations.
He said that Israel should "stop
lecturing American Jewry about
, its Insecurity." He urged Israel
should worry less about American
Jewry's desire to "intervene" in
Israel affairs and more about "oe-
, casional signs of disinterestedness
and apathy."
He said a sharpening of Jew-
ish consciousness through Israeli
efforts might bring about some
immigration but not "by iras-
cible complaints about its ab-
sence or by diminishing the his-
toric dignity of American Zion-
ism."
Prime Minister David Ben-Gur-
ion also saw a threat of growing
partr.ess of American and Israeli
Jew ry as Israel moved toward cul-
tural and economic independence,
and he too urged a massive pro-
gram of 'tody by American Jews
in Israel and stepped-up inter-
changes.
The Prime Minister advanced a
new theme suggesting difficulties
that might develop for American
Jews. He said that when the Unit-
ed States developed into a unitary
society, which he said was poss-
ible in the next 15 to 20 years,
problems might arise for Ameri-
can Jewry He expressed doubt
whether the group status of Amer-
ican Jewry would enable it to
withstand pressures to assimilate
He told the participants that
Israel was a state for the entire
Jewish people and that in mak-
ing policy. Israel never forgot the
interests of other Jewish com-
munities. He also returned t_> a
favorite theme when he said that
maybe all Jews were' Zionists but
if they had followed the example
(if modern Zionist leaders in "nol
'coming to Israel." the Jewish
State would never ha\e- been
established.
Dr. Prinz rose to the challenge
and said that Ben-Gurion and oth-
er Israelis must "face the real-
ity" that IS. Jews would not mi-
grate to Israel nor make Hebn
heir second language
Florida Scientist Praises Programs
Israel's successful launching of
a scientific research rocket to a|
height of more than 50 miles i
piiasizes the country's intention not'
to be left behind ui the nuclear age
Dean Joseph Weil, head of tV
University of Florida's Engineer-
ing College told a Miami Beach
Technion Society audience Tuesday
night that Israel has the specialized i
know-how to move forward in the
use of solid rocket fuel.
"Aeronautical engineering and
chemistry departments at Tech-
nion are now able to build rockets .
designed to explore the upper '
atmosphere for meteorological
data," he said.
At the meeting Tuesday evening.'
Mrs. Louis Glasser was installed asi
president of the Greater Miami
Chapter of Technion. Other officers;
are Sol C. Shaye. vice president;
Jacob Rifkin, vice president; Jack
Katzman, treasurer; and Meyer A
Baskin. honorary president
i
Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice j
president of the University of Mi-
ami, was announced as a new board |
member. Dr. Irving Lehrman, spir-
itual leader of Temple Emanu-EI. I
and a national board member of
the American Technion Society,
presided as installing officer.
The .tigled flight of Israel'- .
Shavit (Comet) II. which carried
over 30 miles out to sea and soared i
50 miles high, did not warrant ban-1
I.it headline", but it was. neverthe-
less, a remarkable achievement.
Dean Weil told the 3- persons
gathered for the ceremonies at u
Algiers hotel
"The world took note that in tins
liny democratic nation, a solid-fuel
unguided rocket was planned, con-
structed, anj fired entirely by Is-
raeli scientists and technician;."
Praising the ideals and vision
of the Technion teaching staff.
Or. Weil predicted that Israel will
probably soon need another Tech-
nion of equal caliber.
"It may appear paradoxical :."iat
such emphasis is being placed an
higher education in the Middle
Last, with populations strugg.;ng
for mere existence." he said. "Sut
Israel has committed itself to eco-
nomic progress through technology.
It is swiftly creating a model :or
under developed countries. Tech-
nion is essential."
Dean Weil paid tribute to Ameri-
can Jewry for giving tangible sup-
port to Israel's unique Institute of
Technology, called by Dr. Jar.ies
Killian. former president of the
Massachusetts Institute of Tech-
nology, the "11 I. T of the Middle
East "
'Abie's Irish Rose'
"Abie's Irish Rose" was the sub-
ject of a talk by Harry Kershav. at
the Cardozo hotel on Wednesiaj
evening
L'CHAYIM
to the American quality of greatness!
THE WEEK... US I SEE II
Continued from Pane 4-A
' illy and feelingly the events
w I'M president to his trip to
"inment of studied regret that he
For my part. I thought of the
lism he attributed to the Cm
.ersity of Miami, whose chan-
ellor, Dr J. F. W. Pearson, only
recently moved into Bay Point
Biscayne blvd., a residential
restricted against Jews
to become the- neighimr of
of the evening, which brought the
Israel some two years ago. and a
had not discussed it in his address
a bright constellation of Miami
morning daily editors and staff
ers who are newspapermen all
and community mirrors of "the
genius for the practical" to which
Dr Stanford hopeful newcomer
here, so i rdently referred
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Friday, June 22, 19B2
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Hias Cites Federation's Refugee Aid
A. J. Harris, outgoinq ppresident of Federation, accepts a
plaque from James Rice, national executive director of Unit-
ed Hias. The award recognized the outstanding efforts of
Federation and its agencies in helping Cuban refugees.
Catholic Newspaper's Editorial
Draws Hot Criticism in Boston
Continued from Page 1A
ized minority has done its work
U destroy the Sunda)
The editorial said the amend-
ment "clearly gives commercial
advantages to one minority in
the community while it penal-
izes another." On the opposite
page The Pilot carried "for the
interest of our readers, the
names of those who so unwise-
ly support the bill."
Rabbi Shubow, spiritual leader
of Temple B'nai Moshe. said he
was "aghast at the harsh tone of
1 he Pilot i statement Rabbi
l \ chairman of the Social Ac-
tion Cen-'.mission of the Massa-
chusetts Council of Rabbis, term-
ed the amendment an act of 'free-
dom and equality to every relig-
ious belief." Sabbatarians, he de-
clared, "are certainly owed the
privilege of opening six days a
week instead of restricting them
to a four-and-one-half economy." i
He rejected the claim that pro-1
fessional lobbyists had been work-
ing for the amendment, declaring i
that it was the opposition that was I
led by '"paid professional lobby-
ists "
A similar amendment had prev-
iously been turned down in the
lower house of the state legisla-
ture.
The Gn ater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration drew high praise ; annual dinner for its work in co-
ordinating thi to mendous job of
helping the stn am of Cuban Rel
ugees which has been pouring in
t<> Miami since Castro took over
A .i Harris, outgoing Federa
tion presi li til re< eiv< d a plaque
from Jan i executive dirc<
tor ol i nited Hias, lauding the
"compasslo res nse' ol Fed-
eration and u~ agencies to the
plight ol the refug<
United Hias is the sole inter-
national Jewish migration agen-
cy responsible for world-wide
emigration and resettlement,
with the exception of emigra-
tion to Israel.
Rue told those at the Federa-
tion dinner that United Hias
working with Federation and its
agencies, has been able to reset-
tle throughout the United States
mere than 2 000 of the 3.000 Cuban
Jewish refugees who have arrived
at the port ol Miami.
The work is continuing, he em-
phasized, with refugees being met
almost daily at Miami Internation-
al Airport and started on the road
to resettlement.
The citation accompanying the
plaque said it was presented "as
an expression of our profound ap-,
preciation for the compassionate
response Of the Federation anil
Federation's supported agencies in
providing a home for temporary
haven and a sense of belonging
for thousands of Jewish refugees
from Cuba, whose migration
brought them to Miami as a port
of entry to a new and better life.
"Through the inspiring cooper-
ation of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation and Jewish reset-
tlement agencies throughout the
country, the United Hias service
has been enabled to resettle Jew-
ish men. women and children who
have had to flee from Cuba.
"This award presented on the
occasion of the twenty-fourth
annual meeting of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation is ded-
icated to the leaders and mem-
bers of the Federation whose
warmth and oenerosity toward
the Cuban refugees symbolizes,
in the finest sense, their deep
concern for the welfare of up-
rooted and homflen Jews
throughout the world."
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man of the national council; and
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tbe Great* i Miami Jew i
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Aramco Seeks to Influence Doctor
Shown above left to riqht) are Lewis Sternshein, newly-elect-
ed piesident of Beth David Congregation, congratulating
Phillip Gchiff. outgoing president, and Sidney M. Aronovitz,
who preceded Schif; as president, on the occasion marking
a tribute paid to them by the congregation in recognition of
their "distinguished leadership" and "outstanding service and
devotion." Schitf and Aronovitz received plagues.
Beth David Elects Sternshein President;
Schiff Takes a Vice President's Post
Lewis Sternshein has been elected
lo serve as president ;>t Beth David
Congregation. The noted account-
ant, prominent La) leader in the
nsen ative m i. it succeeds
Phillip Schiff.
Sernshein has b \ affiliated
u -h Beth Da\ id Co ition .-hut
and has serve i a- chairman
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Iht of the school board, United!
Synagogue. High Holiday and fi-
nance committees. Sternshein pre-1
vioualy served as vice president of';
the congregation.
Schiff will continue to serve Beth
David in the capacity of vice pres-
ident
Also elected to serve were: vice
residents, Harry Cypen, Samuel
Osrrowsky, Ma\ Stiver, and Julius
Specter; treasurer. Harry Simons.
i-Mstatit treasurer. Albert J Beer:
financial secretary. Frank A. Rose:
111 i St a n I financial secretary.
Charles Z. Spingarn; and recording
I secretary, Robert TTaur;i
Samuel J. Spector. who was hon-
ored Sunday at a ceremony marking
tht dedication of the Spector addi-
tion to Beth David, has again been
named to serve as chairman of the
board of trustees Serving with him
are the following past presidents of
Beth David
Sidney M Arenovttl, Murray (i
Cohen, Hany Gordon, Louis Hei
i man. Harry IfarkowitZ, Stanley C.
Myers. Albert Quadow. Phillip
Schiff, Harry Simons, Bernard A.
Sterling and Nat Zalka. Also named
to the board of trustees are: Na-
than Alexander. 11 a r r y August.
' John Feller. Isadora rlerskowitz.
Max Jacobson, Sidney Lefcourt.
Daniel Serott, Jacob Sher, and
Aaron Weinkle
Joining the incumbents on the
t board Of directors arc the following
newly elected members of the
board Harold Berke. Stanley
Davidson, Walter Faik. Dr. Law-
rence Femberg. Judge Mitchell
Goldman, Judge Phillip Goldman,
Leonard Cordon. Leon Kaplan.
Ibraham Kasow, Theodore Lomas-
km. Leo Mindlin, Fred Ossip, Alex
Phillips, Sidney I'o/.en. S B m U e I
puder, Herschel Rosenthal, Edward
Safer, Bert Sher, Emanuel Smith.
Edward Syrop, David Ugent, Sidney
Weiner, and Leonard Wolf.
PITTSBURGH (JTAi A
tpokesrhan for the Arabian-Amer-
ican Oil Company made a special
'.rip ; i Pittsburgh to seek to per-
suade a Pittsburgh doctor that the
company does not discriminate
Igainst Jews.
The physician was Dr flyman
E. Canter, of the Montefiore llos
)ital staff, who senl hi- gasoline
credit card hack last March to
Humble Oil Company, which mar-
kets under the Esso trademark in
23 states. Humble is connected to
\ramco through its parent firm.
St a dard Oil of Now Jersey. Or.
Canter not tied the company that
sending back his charge card was
"the only way I could voice my
protest against the hiring policies"
ol Aramco.
He also tacked up an editorial
on Aramco's hiring policies on
the hospital's bulletin board with
a note: "What are You Going to
Do About It?" Theodore O.
Phillips, manager of Aramco's
public relations department,
wrote to Dr. Canter asking for
an opportunity to meet with him
and was invited to the Canter
home. Present for the meeting
were Milton K. Susman, Jewish
Chronicle columnist, and Albert
W. Bloom, Jewish Chronicle edi-
tor.
The questions ranged from
Aramco policies to that of the Unit-
ed States Government in being a
party to discrimination by other
governments against its citizens.
In a letter to Dr. Canter summing
up his impressions ofr the meet-
ing, the Aramco official said he
felt that discrimination by any
company because of race, color or J
religion was "a despicable aprac- i
tice" and one that 'should be
stopped." He added without res-I
ervation," "that no one inside or
outside of Aramco has ever indi-
cated in any manner whatsoever I
that Aramco should not hire Jews
for jobs in New York.'
He insisted that Aramco was \
bound by the rule of Saudi Arabia
which will not issue visas for Jews.
The American Jewish Congress
has charged in hearings before the
New York State Commission on
Human Right- that the company I bar employment to Jews for its
uses this situation as a device to 'nited States office.
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Friday. June 22. 1952
Youthful Miamian Leaves Profession
Here fo Take Up Study for the Rabbinaii
Z:. Henry Kinq Stanford, newly-appointed the Federation reception committee. Left to
president of the University of Miami, guest right are Arthur Ungar, Baron de Hirsch Mey-
sreaker at the annual dinner, is shown with er. Dr. Stanford, Max Orovitz, and A. J. Harris.
CJA Announces $1,425,000 for '62
T'e 1362 Combined Jewish Ap
brought pledges totaling SI.-
4: rOO, general chairman Cal
Ko'-ens reported to the 24th an
f meeting ol the Greater Miami
J< sh Federation in I he Dupont
I' ... hotel Saturday.
H'n- received a plaque from
A .". Harris, outgoing Federation
pr- -ident. and he -said he accept-
> "as the representative of the
r y dedicated, hard-working peo-
p.t who have served at my side
dur.'.ng the past months "
5 anlej C. Myers, a founder and
pas" president of Federation, was.
Chi nun of the dinner meeting.
. rmm; the campaign a "very
hi bling experience, Kovens ;
nued:
m sure that my associates
<>'.: my predecessorswill agree
when you come through a
c paign like this, and live to
tt. about it. you come out a bat-
tit-" ardened veteran.
The big difference is that you
Cc-i't get hardened doing this
set of thing. You -iet concern-
c that so many people, at home
ltd abroad, depend on your ef-
ft-ts. I think you go into a
campaign like this sort of im-
pressed with your title as chair-
manand come out of it realiz-
ing that no matter how much
you've done, there is so much
more to do and so many more
people who need help."
Kovens announced four awards
for "outstanding leadership in the
1962 New Horizons campaign."
They went to liyland Rifas and
Marshall S. Harris, chairman and
vice chairman of the important
Trades and Professions Council:
and to Mrs. Inez Krensky and Mrs.
Esther Weinkle, who headed the
CJA Women's Division.
Mrs. Weinkle announced that "a
large share of the credit-' for the
success of the Women's Division
campaign goes to Mrs. Fay Ablin,
who headed the women's Initial
Gifts Division.
Kovens praised Rifas and Harris
for "amazing accomplishments."
He said they "enrolled more than
140 divisional chairmen into the
work of this big and important
council, coordinated th'eir work,
and personally supervised the tre-
mendous job of following up on the
council's many activities."
Discussing the "tremendous en-
Beach Podiatrist Authors Article
Z; Herbert Feinberg. Miami
Be. ch podiatrist, discusses com-
m; licating in health education
f ,i_.i the written word in a roc-
. -- >f the Journal of the
Ai ric in Podiatry Assn
: .- paper was one of ,i series le-
1"- panelists at the 49th
Rabbi Labovitz Scheduled
'. .ibb: Eugene Labovitz. spiritual
ei >t Temple Ner Tanud. will
I hosl on the "Worship Hour"
-, duled for 11 a.m. Sunday
ing, iver ch. 10 television.
annual meeting of the APA in Mi-
ami Beach last summer.
I)r Feinberg is a graduate of
i the Illinois College Of Chiropody
Foot Surgery in Chicago, and
is affiliated with the Greater Miami
Jewish Home for the Aged.
The Miami foot specialist is a
member of the American College Ol
i < Orthopedists and the American
Board of Chiropodical Dermatol-
Ogj He i- editor of "Footprints."
.. publication of the Florida Podi-
atry Assn.
During World War II, Dr. Fein-
berg served in the U. S. Army.
thusiasm and efficiency" with
which Mrs. Krensky and Mrs.
Weinkle headed the Women's Di-
vision. Kovens said
"How our dictionaries have got-
ten away with listing horsepower
and manpower, and omitting wom-
an-power, really has me puzzled
The work of Mrs Weinkle and
Mrs Krensky was little short of
awe-inspiring."
Greater Miami and the Uni-
versity of Miami have a "ren-
c'sivous with greatness," the
newly-appointed president of the
University told the annual meet-
ing of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation.
Dr Henry Stanford King, guest
speaker at the dinner, who will
take over July 1 from Dr Jay F.
W. Pearson as head of the uni-
versity, said that the University
of Miami and agencies coordinat-
ed by Federation "have the com-
mon denominator ofproviding citi-
zens an opportunity to reach their
truly human potential."
He called the Greater Miami
area a "great laboratory," adding
that:
"The nation is watching our ex-
periment in Metropolitan govern-
ment, the fame of the Jewish
Home for the Aged is widespread,
and the nation's eye is also on
this university in anticipation of
the significant education enter-
prise in the making here "
Dr. and Mrs. Stanford were
guests at a reception preceding
the dinner Co-chairmen of the
reception committee were Sam
Blank, Boron de Hirsch Meyer,
Max Orovitz and Arthur Ungar.
Harris, outgoing president, told
members assembled at the din-
ner that doctors' orders had com-
pelled him to remove his name
from any consideration of a sec-
ond term.
A Miami man, with a ing rec irt
of professional sen i re in syna-
lies here, has de< li I to p ic*
up and take his il and U
children to Cincinnati.
Allen I. Freehlii >r"!<:
executive din ctoi Te m p i e
i El for ll e past tv j ars. is
|< ,.\ rig South Florida
ol discnchantmenl Q
,.iy.
Freeh!ir3 has been imbued with
the ipirit of Judaism, and he'll
be ofr to Cincinnati this wc;k fo
enroll for rabbinical studies at
the Hebrew Union Col ege-Jewish
Institute of Religion.
How does he i it this
I su< ci ssful admit
among other posl
served hen as ass stai t to tin
vice president ol Ste< ei Markets
and .i- .in account exi I e with
Hank Meyer p i
fu m"
T got the idea," Freehling lid
Wednesday, "as far back as Sunday
school at Temple Israel 1 guess it
was mj relationship to Rabbi i
nan A Zwitman there "
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fROM U.S. DEVELOPMENT FUND
JFK Cites $16 Million Aid
To Israel for Fiscal 1961
pho o at left. Cal Kovens (left.. 1962 CJA Marshall S. Harris, who served as vice chair-
nrrr.c rece.ves his award for outstanding man of the important Trades and Professions
from Stanley C Myers, dinner Council in the 1962 Combined Jewish Appeal.
0< In photo at nght Kovens (left) pre- Hyland Riias. Trades and Professions cha.r-
.-.ts c. J'.varc :or outstanding leadership to man. was not present to receive his award.
Lefcourt Takes Helm of Federation
Conr-jed from Pjge 1A
t, WS born in New York on
20 i 13. It.- moved to Mi-
i in 1936, and is a member of
well-known accounting firm of
r imp>on and Lefcourt.
is a graduate of New York
ersit
L'fcourl nas been long active in
affairs of Federation and the
i ubina lewish Appeal. Among
n -. risible positions, he has
! at Federation vice prcs-
01 '. budget committee,
hairn of the CJA collections
nit11 and rating! committee.
as chairman of the CJA
luntai Group
hai -erved as a vice presi
of Beth David Synagogue and
e b ard of the YMHA. He is
I nembei of the Florida Society
eountanta. A former trustee
04 Mt Smai Hospital, he is now
: the board of Cedars of Leba
Hospital He is a member of
ft '.view Country Club.
In his acceptance address, Lef-
tourt declared: "The success of
our federation will be decided by
the attitudea that are built up in
n it :nityand when we ac-
Sons of Israel
Plan Installation
Edwards will be installed
Of the Greater Miami
Ba*C Sons of Israel, at the
lion's fourth annual dinner
' i show on Saturday eve
30. at the Sea Cull hotel
honor will be Judge and
llenrj Balaban Harry Levy.
rgi of Florida for the Free
rder will also install Henry
president; Irving S
eaaurer; Irving Berkow-
>ccr< r> Neil Leben, record-
arj. and Sam s. Silver.
tees will be Leslie Fel-
1 Abraham N. Block
Kohnfelder will re
year gol I button and
li his hall i tntury ot mem
the canization.
Cepl the fact thut our Federation
is the prime, central organization
representing the heart and con
science of our community; when
we accept the fact that it is to
be referred to honestly as 'our'
Federation and net 'the' Federa-
tion, and when we regain the en-
thu.-iasm and actual affection for
Federation that some of us have
lostthen we have taken a major
step forward in solving all our
problems
Speaking forcefully and with
evident seriousness, Lefcourt said
that "the tund raising efforts of in-
numerable organizations are creat-
ing a multiple appeal problem
that has been of grave concern to
all of us."
"A strong central organization."
the new president continued, "is
essential to a s.rung community
and no other activity should be
permitted in any way to weaken
it
"Let these people know by our
attitua* that our Federation is
mere than a fund-raising organi-
zationlet them know tnat it is
the heart and soul of our Jewish
community, and that it is the place
where we get together to work
out our problems, and that it is the
forum where we concern ourselves
as to what is happening to our fel-
low men."
Elected to the beard of govern-
ors were:
Mis. I u} Ablln, Rabbi Slayer
kramowits, Mrs Eline Adam*, Will-
lam Agranove, a .1 Alexander, Mrs.
U|i< |, .!-. |i| Vltsi le.ill.-i-.
Lester Arn.-t.i. s:.ln. \ At,-in. K. Wins.
Apte, Jules Arkln, Shine) Aronovlte,
'"I Jacob Arvey, ll.-trr. August, Mrs.
Lester Arkln, Milton ttalsam, Leon-
ard Ban, Mi Nal llurth, Mi > i
llauingnrd,
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ri......i'i- Herman, I.1111- > Kernsteln,
Mi.- \\ llliam llrenner, n
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en, San I'ohen IVoll
hanii I'ravn \ li idil l"ut-
lett, vnvd ll I'an-
. Irving I '. Till. I I i
Mi I.Ill
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Mm Churl.!. I'. Minnie
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hxia i- ii.. Kohl, Mr- I u th) K Kink
[eon f i her, Jai hi' F ishman David
1 m in. Abran r ix, Mayshii
- ii irold Friedland, Mrs.
1 ''' ton A
i' i hruehl n. Hi ralm
lali Josi ;-11 I i i iard r, I. |>h l iai -
Bey mow Ui i Selvan,
Mr* I.....lelvan Rleh .1 liersteln,
s.im (iertniT. ii. mm (iiibert, Ben Olll-
Mrs I...uI* lilasser, ;. orgi < iold-
i -. Haloid loldfarb, Lout* i: i iold-
man, Marvin fioldman, Sol Cnldman,
Billion II Ooldstein, Mr* I'.ui
n. Max Ho Rteln
\i Lillian Ooodma r>i
' .....Inuin, Harrj tiordon laek ;..-
don, r.i .: loi Ion, Kmll ;. ild, I >
i irah im, Mr* tleo ^. i iraham,
elvln :. en Mi Mill m .-' Oreen
..in. li .'-.... (J
nthan (iumenlrk, Mr* Trnd\ Ham-
Marshall s llai-rtif. Isidore
rent. Jr., Herbert Helkln,
im.in. I'alllel N Hell. r. Albert
In h, Morrli I lonlgba im, i:
or Ich, Maw n Hj man. Mi Ma \
ell ll\ in.in. li \ iii--: .1 .1..hi. Mrs
Kali .lai k Kal rm in Ml
.i \ Ki rn. Waller K Irai m r, I |
tivld Ku ;. Mr* 1 >.i\ Id Kli *h, Will-
in Kline, M l Kopi oh Is, Bins
ii* Hi.i Krain. r, Mr* ln.-z
i. n-k>. Rabbi Leon Ki nnluh
WASHINGTON i.tTA, Unit-
ed States development fund loans
< Israi I for fiscal mil totaled 516
000,000an increase ol $1,000,000
- er the pre\ ous yearPresident
Kennedy reported to Con
week.
Bui the President rt thai
1' s hnical a istan to Israel
'. i reduce.! in fiscal In;-, to
S1.000 -mid a compared with Si.-
100.1 pre s yeai Th
dm tioi in '"i ii al issisl
Presi lid. was tl ll of
"the growth cf technical compel
i Israel "
President Kennedy's references
to Israel were contained in his
annual reoort to Congress on the
U.S. Mutual Security Program.
The lawmakers were also told
that in addition to U.S. agricul-
tural commodities for Israel to-
taling $25,900,000 during the last
fiscal year, U.S. advisers and
technicians continue to serve in
Israel on highway ar.d railway
projects, as well as on programs
for mineral and industrial devel-
opment.
The report showed no IS. mili-
tary aid was provided to Israel in
fiscal 1961. although four of her
Arab neighbors Saudi Arabia.
Jordan, Lebanon and Iraqdid re-
ceive such aid. Lebanon received
>172.0(,0 worth cf military aid fru;a
' ie I S A. in fiscal year 1961, I I
was allot ated S107 (too in that
cal .. rj for fiscal 1962 Joi
' militar; aid value at S3.47 -
00 for fisi al 1961, and 51.511
162 Iraq
S32.000 in tis< al 1961, and U >
. r :- l:'t)2.
No fi l military a '.>
I ibia was n : .;i
idem report :
Departn i nl cin les said tl
know why such a figure v i ;
imitted, but thought it was poss
ible that Saudi Arabia's military-
aid share had been in the form
of ptircha.-es. rather than in grant*
as applied to the other Arab neigh-
bors of Israel.
B'nci B'rith Social Singles
B'nair B'rith Social Singles will
have a night club affair Saturday-
evening at the DiLido hotel. Le-
I nore Gerstenfield, membership
chairman, said the organization
now has a limited number of open-
ings for new members. Single
and unattached mature men and
women are invited to attend tha
Saturday affair
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Marcie Llberman, Sam Llpton, Mai
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Podet, Louis Poller, Jai k Poplck,
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Mori la Rabinou its, Rabbi Josi | li
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Beth David Congregation United
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Elected to the presidency is Fred
Wellisch. Other officers are Ann
ScheiT, first vice president. Mark
1 >toll, second vice president; Janet
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Friday. June 22. 1962
0
Leaders Can Will Federation Success Lefcourt
Following is the full text of tho
address made by Sidney Lefcourt,
newly elected president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
at Federation's 24th annual meet
ing Saturday evening at the Dupont
Plata hotel
1 want to thank you for the honor
bestt wed on me and for the expres-
sion of confidence thai il repre-
.-. i i* l recognize, however, the re-
sponsibilities thai the position car-
i with it, but I i.'.'l confi
that with the excellent slate ol
ficers elected, this coming j r
v ill be a year of real progress for
oi r Federation.
I have been close to Federation
for many years, and I believe thai
1 re< ognize Ih problems thai I k e
ii- l would like to discuss with you
l i .. few moments my concept of
these problems, and how I feel they
can be overcome.
Probably, the first step in attack
i | any problem i- to recognize that
il exists, and perhaps we have not
b< en completely honest with our-
selves in facing squarely the mat-
ters that have given all of us con-
cern these past few years.
The Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, as well as any Federa-
tion, is a mirror or reflection of
the community it represents, and
there can be no argument with
the statement that our Federa-
tion is the reflection of a unique
and unusual community. It is a
community with one of the great-
est population increases in the
United States, drawing people
from all over the country and
from all economic levels.
It is a ( mi that attracts to
i the i : efforts of in-
ii imerable i rgai iz iti ns, creating
, multiple appeal problem th it has
: grav< c< nc rn to all ol us.
a community that, because ol
.. rapi: growth, ni eds facilities
and services far in excess ol those
v. t have been al le to provide foi the
pas! several years.
Prescription for Future
These are the br< a 1 vital prob-
face US. and 1 can make a
vor> I niti .i emenl at this time,
u r .. ihe people in this room, ho
l regard the leadership of Fed
(ration, really want to solve them,
ihey will be solved.
The success ol our Federation
will be decided by the attitudes
that are built up in the community.
and when we accept the fact that
our Federation is the prime, central
i1 ganlzation representing the heart
and conscience of our community;
when we accept the fact that it is
to be referred to honestly as "our"
Federation and not -the" Federa-
tion, and when we regain the en-
thusiasm and actual affection for
Federation that some of us have
lost then we have taken a major
step forward in solving all our prob-
lems.
It is my honest opinion that the
leadership of Federation represent-
ed here tonight accepts these facts
GREATER M1
-WISH FEDEE
chance that we get. Let these peo
p e know by our attitU e that our
Federation is more than a fund-
raising organization, that it is the
hearl and soul ol our Jewish com-
munity, thai it i- the place where
we gel toge her to w irk out our
problems, and that it is th,' forum
win re we concern ourselves as to
what is happening I i our fellow
Jews
Let us also the community
what we m an by 'he priorit) and
primacy of Fed i ation We don'l
an thai il is to be the only
izatio v because a Fe leration
I der I not be a leader if he
wen nol oncerned with other good
causes. Bui I believe it does mei n
in t a. realizi thai a strong
iral i ;aniza in is essential I
strong community, and that no
other activity be permitted in any
way to weaken it.
1
Rabbis Condemn Commercialization
Of Services to Mark Jewish Festivals
The Greater Miami Rabbinical ices, even by existing congrega
Assn this week declared that it lions, in areas outside their own
does not condone 'the practice on geographic locations for the purpose
the part of individuals or groups.
0! using any Jewish Festival to
commercialize religion and. in par-
ticular, using the High Holiday
services for financial profit and
per-onal benefit."
In a statement issued here, the
association declahred that it "rec-
ognizes the need for fund-raisina
activities of established congrega-
tions for the maintenance and con-
tinuation of their varied community
programs "
Continued the statement: "It
also understands that certain sea-
sons of the religious year na-
turally lend themselves more ad-
vantageously to the pledging or
collection of dues, fees, and other
financial commitments.
But in denouncing the commer-
cializing of religion, the Rabbinical
Assn., reiterating the sanctity of the
High Holidays, was also severely
critical of "arrangements of ser-
vices in public halls, hotels, etc .
for such purposes, and the ailver-
tisi men! Of such service- in a com-
mercial fashion "
Also denounced was "the ar-
rangement of High Holiday serv-
Home Marks Farrier's Day
Women's Auxiliary of the Bikur
Chi ..m Kosher Convalescent Home
honored residents who arc fathers
al ;. part) on I ithei Daj las!
Sun lay Mrs Geri Kumkin and
Mi Fannie F irs tein pre! enti I a
pi gram of soi
i in m of th< ii lion
in' ers, was Mi -
( Ratner
of fund-raising and attraction of
new members and contributors.'*
But this does not. the statement
clarified, "refer to the provisio >l
services for substantial groups ol
bona fide members of existing
congregations who may reside i
areas other than that of their own
House of Worship "
Declared the orgeniiation of
South Florida spiritual leaders:
'Such practices are considered
to be flagrant violations of the
ethical practices of Judaism, and
we look upon such deviations as
effort to violate the sacred spirit
of the High Holidey services in
particular and Judaism in gen-
eral."
Concluded the statement: "We
therefore urge all responsible mem-
bers of our community to identify
themselves as member-- of an estab-
lished congregation, wherever pos-
sible in the area in which they re-
side, and to worship in its own pre
cincts."
Sidney Lefcourt. newly-elect-
ed and installed president of
the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, addresses the an-
nual dinner in the Dupont
Plaza hotel.
and is willing to assume the re-
sponsibility of carrying the message
to the community.
We have people among us who,
after livir.g here for 15 or 20
years, still make the statement
that Ihey give back home. We
have people living among us who
give far less to our Federation
than they contributed in the com-
munities from which they came.
We have people livir.g among us
who take great pride in relating
to us the success of the institu-
tions in the cities from which they
esme. f-vt we have not yet been
able: > g- them io uke that same
pride a -.d interest in the institu-
tiers of our community.
This is not an unnatural situa-
tion. We cannot expect to cut the
ties and loyalties that have taken
years to bind and replace them im-
mediately with loyalities to a rel-
atively new community, but what
we can do is to begin the process
; of selling our community every
Priority of Federation
kow the pressure that manj
cf our leaders are under from
worthy organizations that wish to
raise funds in our midst. It is in this
sensitive area that we will know in
a short period of tune whether the
priority Of Federation is to be B
fact. No drive can be successful
without the support of the people
in this room, and when you decide
that multiple appeals are to end
they will be ended
Our Federation must recover
the prestige which it formerly
had ir. this ccmmuYry, and to re-
qain it I believe we must revert
to a basis of hones; values. Many
of the testimonial dinners given
in Greater Miami are richly de-
served and sincerely offered, but
I also believe that many others
are dc icate: only to the theory
that the recipient '** his friends
can be maneuvered into giving.
It is this second tyoe of testi-
monial that in my opinoin tarn,
ishes the honors given to those
who deserve them.
This is Just as true when a man
is given a title, for a title should be
intended only as a deserved honor,
and when it is given and not de-
served, every devoted worker for
Federation is down gra ed in the
eyes of the community, our leaders
must use their influence to see that
honors are given only when de-
served, and when our community
recognizes this tact, then our Fed
eration can regain the respect that
it should have
I have no illusions that an)
man can do this job alone Our
Federation is completely depend-
ent upon you on your Interest,
on your dedication, and on )
loyalty if you fail. I fall; and I
results of our failure will be [e
throughout the communty in our
local agencies and by the pe ipl
who depend on them for nee ed
services
Eye Toward Future
I am confldeM however that 1 am
I ning to gel the supper! and i
elation that 1 have asked for this
evening l have the feelins |h il
are going to take a new look al
ome a n e I ave taken for grant
, ,i and raise m to the level o( pres-
tige and imp ranee where il be-
, mgs I have the ie< thai he
v.. gel together one year from
to celebrate twenty-five years
service Io the community, we
know v ithi ul a ij question th
Federation is a vibrant organiza
hon reflecl ng an interested .^v. I
ate l community, and thai
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At the Founders dinner dance of Temple Beth
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spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom.
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Beth Shirah spiritual leader; and Cantor and
Mrs. Herman Gottlieb, of Beth Shirch. The
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Community Relations Council in Convention
By Special Report
NEW YORK The viewpoints of
rv>ish leaders throughout the
i ni:eit States on major social isa
ill ho expressed by delegates ;it-
tinding the iith annual four-day
(Mini; of the National Community
Relations Advis >ry Council at the
Terrace Hilton hotel m Cincinnati
I for this weekend.
The Council represents six na-
tional Jewish reiigiOUS and civic
riidies plus 6'_* Jewish Community
I i nncils ui the United States.
Reports, addresses, resolutions
nd workshops will be helc on
censorship, shared time, school
segregation in northern public
schools, civil liberties and Jewish
secur-ty, Supreme Court decision
on reapportionment, a reappraisal
cf the radical right and future
programs for the Jewish com-
munity.
On the opening day an alternoon
meeting -.Mil d s. uss analytical ap
praisal oi shared time."
"Shared time" is .i proposal : r
the sharing of school time oi chil-
dren between the public school and
the parochial school,
Another nieetini: on Friday will
be devoted to the implications that
(lie I'nited State- Supreme Court
ruling on legislative reapportion-
ment have on the Jewish commun-
ity On Saturday afternoon, at an
Oneg Shabbat. leaders will present
their views on the future shape of
Ihe Jewish community on the Amor
ican scene Participating in the
seminar are: Rabbi Man nee \.
Eisendrath, ppresident of the Union
(f American Hebrew COflgrega
lions; Irvine Kane, of Cleveland,
presideni of Ihe Council o| Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds:
and I>:\ Hor.i.e M Kallen, research
professor in social philosophy New
I for Social Research, Now
York Citj. i ral >r will lie
NCRAC chairman, Lewis 11 Wein-
stein. ol Bosl n
The impact of the raaical right
will be the maior item on Satur-
day evening, when delegates will
be confronted with major reso-
lutions and reports on censorship,
the right wing, federal aid to
education, Sunday clos:ng laws,
peace in the Middle East, immi- !
oration and Jews in Ihe Soviet
Union.
Also Friday four workshop, will
leal with civil liberties and Jewish
security, religious liberty and in-
terrellgious relations, equal rights
and opportunities.
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Friday. June 22, 1962
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Hebrew Academy Holds First Graduation
Exercises at New School's Auditorium
Martin Kahan (right), son of Dr. Aaron Kahan, and a member
of the Hebrew Academy ninth grade 1962 graduating class,
.s shown receiving The Jewish Floridian Journalism Award
presented annually by the paper. Making the presentation
.s Leo Mindlin, executive editor of The Jewish Floridian, who
c:lso was guest speaker at the graduation exercises.
Rabbi Denies Complicity
In Israel Kidnap Charges
JERUSALEM (JTA) Testi-
fying in his own defense. Rabbi
Bin^amin Mendelsohn of Kommem-
iut settlement, who with three
others is on trial for alleged com-
plicity in the abduction of Yossele
Schumacher, denied that he had
anything to do with the kidnaping
of the nine-year-old boy who was
taken from his parents because of
fetrs that he would not receive
;t Orthodox education.
In a dramatic statement occa-
: Tally interrupted by chocking
tears, Rabbi Mendelsohn told the
court that he had no knowledge of
Yossele'S' whereabouts and had
nothing to do with the abduction.
He expressed sorrow that those
hiding him did not heed the call of
rabbis urging his return.
Rabbi Mendelsohn branded as a
malicious lie all the stories told
I by an earlier witness about an al-
leged meeting of rabbis at which
jit was decided to abduct Yossele
'and declared that such a fabrica-
tion was reminiscent of the "black
j libels" of which Jews in the dia-
jspora were accused many years
ago. "It is a terrible libel," Rab-
(bi Mendelsohn declared, "an woe
[to me that I have heard such a
.lie told by a Jewish witness under
; oath." He concluded his state-
1 ment by dramatically reciting the
i "Shema."'
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encouraging private investment in
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The Hebrew Academy held its
first graduation exercises in the
Academy's new auditorium last
week at 2400 Pinetree dr More than
650 persons attended the 1962 com-
mencement ceremonies for the all-
day school's ninth grade.
Principal speaker at the event
was Leo Mindlin. executive editor
of The Jewish Floridian. who dis-
cussed "That We H a v e Been
Brought to This Day."
In his adcVeiS, Mindlin offered
the graduating class "a view of
three heaven*." One, he called
"the technological, which naive
as it may seem, is the simplest.
Man will either conquer the stars,
or he will not. This is for the astro-
physicists of tomorrow to decide."
The second. Mindlin related to
traditional Jewish history, which
he called "man's highly personal
identification with God It is here,"
he said, "that Jews must exercise
Uieir greatest source of intellectual
and spiritual understanding. Like
the artist, who can never be com-
fortable, or he will never create,
the Jew must continually act on this
identification by serving as the ac-
tive bearers of the ancient Jewish
heritage."
The third heaven, he called
American Jewry's heaven on
earth which is far less than heav-
enly." Charging that American
Jews have become "too comfortable
to practice the purposes of the sec-
ond view of heaven," Mindlin as-
serted that Jews in the U.S. today
merely hope to assure their entry
into private clubs and their im-
munity from anti-Semitism."
Mindlin called upon the gradu-
ate* to relate the second view of
heaven to the third by bringing
into practice the knowledge ac-
quired as Hebrew students at the
Academy. "It is necessary," he
said, "that Jews not only be as
'numerous' as the stars of heaven,
according to God's covenant with
Abraham, but that they also be
'luminous. "
Robert Galbut. valedictorian,, re-
nivid the $100 Rose and Samuel
Ritter Scholarship Award. Oilier
awards were the Louis fcferwltxer
Salutatorian Awards, to Miriam
Weiss and Irving Jacoby; Rose Mid
Harry Genet Hebrew Studies
Award, to William Leff; Beikie and
Samuel Reinhard Bible Award, to
Carol Ester man; Jewish Floridian
Journalism Award, to Martin K.i
nan; Alumni Midot-Tovot (Chara-
ten Award, to Allen Finkelstein;
Hebrew Academy PTA Service
Award, to Michael Robinowitz;
Hebrew Academy Women Math
Award to Thomas Goldring;
Charles and Viola CharcOWSky
Science Award, to Randy Makr\
sky; and Hebrew Academy Social
Studies Award, to Ian Temple.
Chairman of the evening was
Lee Rosenhouse. invocation was de-
livered by Harry Weiss, and the
benediction by Bernard Zyss Salu-
tatory addresses were presented by
Miriam Weiss and Irving Jacoby.
Diplomas were distributed by Don
aid Swartz. assistant principal.
English Department. Class prophe-
cies for the ninth grade graduating
class was presented by Arler.e
Greenberg and William Leff. Pres-1
entation of the Class Gift of a sitl
of Hebrew Books was made ly
Miriam Becker.
A message from Rabbi Alex
S. Gross, principal of the Acadi i,
presently on an education tour in
Israel, was read to the graduating
class by Shereen Dearr. The final
charge to the graduating class and
announcement of awards was rnaC(
by Rabbi Morris L. Horovltz,
Eistant principal
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GEMS OF WISDOM
T":' tco\ of the l-iw i u: of thy mouth, but thou
medlUU therein day and
BIBLE.
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..bides with him who sac-
for it SOTA.
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bride. Torah the mar-
1 rrjujif j>' I Motet the

Crn igioHS
Successful Marriage Must
Practice the Art of Giving
Ser
vices
C7Vi / a lA/e eltend
I'IRKI Dl IABBI U II ;i R
By RABBI H. LOUIS ROTTMAN
Bath Israel Congregation
-, ,f rlur sounded at Sinai
silenced
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ilif mednnto, of Sindi'
lam of Sinai 'hot-
I id II I uied.
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RABBI H. LOUIS ROTTMAN
. relinquishing the self
The Torah recognizes the rela-
tionship of husband wife as the
primary building block of society,
as the basic unit of civilization.
Before Adam was a day old. Eve
was created. Within hours, we
are told. "It is not good for Man
to be alone. I will make a help-
mate for him."
Because of the vital importance
of a happy marriage to personal
happiness, as well as to the wel-
fare of society, the Torah. both in
the written Torah (Scripture) and
in its divine explanation, the oral
Torah (Talmud), presents many
important insights into the nature
of man and woman, of husband
and wife Yel mosl ol us will
search and speculate for a lifetime
upon the nature of a happj mar-
riage without ever thinking of
looking for God s formulae. We'll
read anything that discusses our
problem except the Torah, winch
our Creator designed especiall) f< r our happiness.
Perhaps this is so because it requires deep humility to accept
the limitations of the human intellect to ascertain such truths. This
is tin' essential prerequisite for turning to God's revelation in search
of basic truth Perhaps it is more difficult for our ego to accept this
fact than we care to admit This certainly is true in determining
the role of husband and wife in a marriage. The subjective motives
and emotional prejudices art- so intense and overwhelming that any
'mortal claim to objective truth on this subject cannot be rationally
accepted.
The concept of love is central to an understanding of marriage.
The word 'Move" in Hebrew is "Ahava." Rabbi Samson Raphael
. Hirsch points out that it is derived from "Hovah." which means to
"give." How magnificiently the divine origin of "Loshon Hakodesh."
I our holy Hebrew language, is reflected in this derivation! In the
! word "Ahava." the Almighty has planted the basic insight too the
nature of true lovegiving.
Yet what happens when a man and woman get married? Each
has lived approximately 30 percent of his life independent of the
(other. The main concern of each until that point has been him-
self. Then the great day arrives, and they walk out under the wed-
ding "Chupah," and one expects, mystically, that suddenly they
, should be able to start giving. But unfortunately, human nature is
I not so flexible. We get married in order to receive. We want love,
happiness, security, understanding, a family, and the like. Our en-
tire thinking continues to be oriented towards ourselves. We get mar-
, i ied for what "we can get out of it."
This is the basic problem of marital adjustmentwhether or not
we can begin to develop a marriage relationship that will not be based
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must be in the News Room of The Jewish Flondian not later |
than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. A(] ffc^j
leases received after that time will be retunnswl as proor of
their lateness.
AGUOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi isaac ever.
FYldnj T p.m. ftaturdaj I '' a in
Sermon "8pj n- on ll i-l

ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave
Conservative. R. Yusko, president.

BETH DAVID. 2S25 SW 3rd ave Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W. L Dion.
I rldaj 6 p.m Saturday 9 a.m Bai
\1 izv.ili Robt-rt, son ol Mr and Mra
Herbert t'shi rson, William, son of Dr
.mil Mra. Joseph I 'omei a n<

BETH EL. 500 bw inn ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
Pi Ida) 1:15 p m > w rdaj : .< m
n K-. n..; Brtghl net**
"

BETH EMETH.
Conservative.
12250 NW 2nd ave.
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prop row 19-17 aTM)
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.rip nn-]3',n?y *T&
LTO0 .niBD "iln"? nopn
,1X73 ntf|? rovn msan ^x
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xa^rnioTr3gw?
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.njrnBniViaDDinin ,u*ij
rra hptibh TM inio
rT t t
p^,L,^ Di'pjQn PX ni? O'^ l,Pn receiving but upon "love." upon giving.
rb Ta na in .niDBa
papio -liopiis1? ibshd ib
nr .rnasn no-oaaaixn ia
T t : V T
an rii3i^n naa ,TB ran
r-r .dti? jna nafji ,r\^y By rabbi samuel j. fox
""13X7 IB'jn ni~inX n1*?3a Why do some people stand during
, 7: the entire process of the Tor
7X" .papIO 7 113 .npr ,h reading in the synagogue?
nvm rvri ^ni fits T,^, The standing position Is one tak
Qysg Dip ]dik ^}\? ,y\t ^ >g a ^^ of ,h(i aW(1 an(1
."1711 250,000" 3 reverence in which one hears the
r ; words of the Holy Torah Those
who stand claim the reading of
the Torah in the synagogue is
Commemoration of its Revelation
at Sinai, and they stand as one
should when a public decree is I "^"""l" ~*~mmmmmm,m
. announced There are some who
In the -pring of 1947. a group of f.,ai|il |h.|t ((|u. shou|d stand for came up to the Torah. pronounced
Beduin went out with their flocks t|u, Torah reading because he is a benediction before the reading,
in the vicinity of the Dead Sea In in the presence of the Holy Scrol|!read the entire portion, pro-
eWd nounced a benediction after the
.reading and concluded. Later the
Why is it that even those who portion of the week or the day was
stand for tha Torah r.ading broken
sit down in between the pot- that m
tions which ar. read? |Come up and read an individual
If the reason for their standing portion.
is because a public law is being in that case only the first and
decreed and promulgated, they sit iast reader would pronounce a
down between portions because at 'benediction at the beginning and
\ trader in the old city of Jeru-',nat tmlt, there is no reading, only vn(\ 0f the entire reading respect
the intermediate blessings, etc Ively. later on. when readers be-
If the
BETH ISRAEL. 40O0 Prairie ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi H. Loui* Rottman.

BETH JACOB 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern
Cantor Maurice Mamchea.
'
BETH RAPHAEL. 131 NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Julius Sapero. president.

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

BETH TORAH. lMtn st. "d NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirichen-
baum.
I--, ii.n I n in >'. turclaj I." m
Bar Mltavan Matthl w. son : Mi
and Mi- 8am Zimmerman; Ja<
...ii of Mr and Mra Harrj Qrund-
num.

CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strassreld.

CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER
Conservative. 8755 SW 16th St.. Mi-
ami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor
Gershon Levin.
OADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd at. Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
Prtday s:s p.m. Bortnon: "Wbete
h":iith .mil Sclenoa Heat." Staturda)
S:S0 a.m. Sermon: "Weekly Portion.

FLAGLER GRANADA. SO NW Slat
pi. Conaervative. Hyman Coverman.
president. Cantor George Goldberg.
Prlda) >i^i| p.m, Saturday i ; m.
Bar Mltsvah: Stuart, aon >>f Mr. and
Mra. Leon Wltten.

FT. LAUOEROALE EMANUEL. 1801
E. Andrewa ave. Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton.

HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th at. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Alexander Groaa.

HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON-
GREGATION. 555 W. 49th st., Hia-
leah. Reform. Rabbi Marius Ranson.

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

ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Conaervative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Canter Loui* Cohen
Prlda) 6 Ii fin Baturdaj IS a_m
FROM THE TALMUD
THE TARE Ol CHILDREN
Hullin, :4
YV(:-i Rjbhi Hj'inu u>di eight)
.-jr, old he wot >:>H Me to stjnJ [
,m ont foot jv.kl remove the ihoe j
from the other He
trenglli m iil requent warn .- and anointing f
4ju fit my body during in
anc\
When a child he I
mill;
\\ hen 'it- i -: i "'
his dei
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TRANSLATION -
Thu page ii prepared in Co-
1 operation uith the Spiritual LeJil-
I eri of the GrtJlfr Mumi Rabbin-
] cal Assn.
RABHI MAX A. LIPSCHITZ
Coordinator
Contributor:
RABBI SOI OMON SCHIPP
Grmi of Wisdom
Ti;.i ind true
inst mly among Iri and
hildren
wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative.
Rabbi Samuel Mendelowita.

TEMPLE BETH ShO',OM. 4144 Chasa
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronian.
Cantor David Conviser.
Prlda) I IS p in. Saturday t0;4T, a.m.
H.ir Mltavah: Lewis, .in of Mr ant
Mr* Wolfli Cohen, MM Etoyal i"aim
at

TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. ICSflO NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rakb. Henry
B. Wernick.

TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi irvna
Lehrman. Cantor Hirah Adler
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 1th st.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
m
TEMPLE JUDE. 320 Palerme ava.
Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet.
Prlda) I IS p.m. Sermon: "Our Bab*
bli Said Saturday l" SO a.m. Bar
Mltsvah; Robert, ion 'i Mr and Mrs
Im-Ufl I Kuaaner, li" will h...-t Onaa
sii.iiii.ii hi Prlda) evening In hia
honor,

TEMPLE MENORAH. 820 TSth at.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
a --
TEMPLE NER TAMIU. 80th at. and)
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitx. Can-
tor Samuel Gomberg.
Saturda) > r. a.m Bar Mltsvah:
William Joaeph, aon of Mr and Mra,
Herman !' i
"ofthod. 'SSaAbEbV- D4al!!dEULCe,hdrf',;de: I TEMPLE_SJNAfoV^NORTH MIAMI.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
THE DEAD SEA SCROLLS
MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th ave. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor
Fred Bernstein.
I- rldn) 'i 13 p hi. Baturdaj ':45 i m
s.-ii.....i 'Tighten Your I
MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern
Traditional.
a
OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr.
Orthodox Rabbi Phineas Weberman.
a------
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins ave. Cantor S. Nachmias.
a
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
Prlda) 8 IS p.m Sermon Our In-
terest In Youth." Saturdaj : a.m
ne of the Wailis. Wadi Kumran. a as ,l ls
for the reading.
twe ran away and entered a cave.
Access to the cave was very diffi-
cult, The Beduin threw stones In-1
side, but the ewe did not come out.!
Suddenly, they heard a noise'
omethino had broken inside the
Mve, The Beduin entered the
B*ve and found jars containing
indent scrolls.
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1028
NE 183rd at.. Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor Abra- [TEMPLE
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform.
i- Idaj S 13 p.m <;ii.--1 aphritual lead-
er I n larai l Renot Saturdaj '. I
a in. Bar Mltsvah Michael, aon ol
Mi- and Mra George Ban
a
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan
Zwitman. Cantor Albert Glantz.
PrMnj W p.m Sermon 'Tin- Wis-
dom ..I the Torah i- Been Thr -'i
Tins w .. k Portion." Oneg Shab-
bat hoata Members ol Slaterh.....1.
Sal n-da) i in
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TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. S1
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Raool
Leo Heim.
a
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ava.
Conservative. Seymour Hinkes, can.
tor.
Prldaj N IS p.m Gueal apirltual lead*
Rabbi All. n i Rutchlk, director,
Southeaat region, L'nlted Sj'nagogua
..f America.
ZION. 5720 SW 17th at.
lem bought the scrolls for a few
1 I- They passed from hand to
'; id until they were offered to
,'1"1 Sukenik, of the Hebrew I'm-
^r.Mty He immediately divined
h" important the scrolls were, and Mrtions"*the T
wughl t of them. Three other M,nu. av
ham Reisman.
k. idaj s :n i> in Baturdaj I i i
iliar Mltsvah: Mark, son of Mr. and
that more than one person could i.m,s Leonard Da via, who "ill h">t
Prlda) evening Oneg Bhabbal in bis
honor
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr, So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Canto- Charles
Kodner.
I- i-i.i.iv > .',ii p.m, Barmon: "Home Lit-
tle Know ii Pai In About the Bible.
Saturdaj 11:13 m Bar Mltsvah
Mil hi. i. son "f Mr and Mra Doi |
t h I. i rj. ion "' Mr and Mr?
\l Pen li
HOLLY
Reform
Conservative,
man.
Rabbi Alfred Wax-
YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu.
Prldaj 8 r> i'in Sermon: "Thoughts
in Extremism Saturdaj B am.
Bar Mltsvah Billot, son of Mr. and
Mrs i ."ii Toblaa

YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 at.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
TEMPLE BETH EL OF
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffa,
^ IS p 111
""'Us reached America. Sukenik's
'"' Vigael Yadin bough) them
wrethis time for $250,000.
I Edited by Brit Ivrit Olamit) Origina
are announced at the time If the canu. scarce, one man was ap-
reaaon for their standing is the pointed 10 read the whole portion
presence of the Holy Scroll, then wn,|,, those who were called up
they may sit because in between m,.rely pronounced the benedic
orah is covered in ,1,0ns before and after each indi-
vidual portion or lub-aecUos Bvi- t- BETH'IhTrah. aunitan,
dentlv the motive Was tO bring as HaM 11539 So D,e hwy. Recon-
Why are people called .0 the Ton m,ny ,,, f,,, to face with the ^f^LJi*** Shop
ah to pronounce benedictions? r,-||, M, as to make the loran _a
onlv one individual the universal poasession of all. 'temple beth sholev of Holly-
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Panorama:
By DAVSD SCHWARTZ
The Elusive Moon Must Have Melted in a Barrel of Borscht
"he attempt to reach the moon is
1 nt a mow story from the Jewish
>mt of view The man in the moon
held by some to be the Israelite who.
l the Book of Numbers, we are told.
as caught chopping wood. As a pun-
hment. he was transported to the
toon.
But there is another story of the
moon associated with the .lews of Chelm. As most every-
one knows, the Chelmites were a very wise people. To
be sure, some called them fools, but then extremes meet;
great wisdom and folly are often undistinguishable.
It all came about when the people complained of
the poor illumination of the streets at night. It was do
cided to call a public meetingan "asipha." as they
called it. In Chelm. they were always calling public
Book Review Editor Hilary Mindlin
Is on Vacation This Week.
meetings. That was perhaps the thing most noticeable
about them They oven sometime- called a
ing to decide whether they should have a public moo:
ing.
So after the chairman spoke, the Chelmites got
very close to each other so they could do what the chair-
man said, put their heads together, hut it didn't do much
good. Nobody seemed to have an idea, except Gimpel.
Gimpel began by saying that the first thing to do
is to properly state your problem. Now. he said, it was
not true that it waa always dark in the streets of Chelm,
On moonlit nights, it was quite bright enough. -Hear.
Hear." said the Chelmites, "he's quite right." "Yes."
UN Listening Post:
By SAUL CARSON
Human Rights Commission Excludes Israel
United Nations
EVERY ONCE in a while, ob-
servers here make note of an
old fact about the manner in
which Israel is treated at the UN
with a certain amount of firm
il polite, exclusion from certain
inner circles The observation
has come to life again in connec-
tion with the final report, just issued, of the last
four-week session of the Commission on Human
Rights.
No one need be reminded of the fact that no
people in the wprld have a higher stake in human
rights than the Jewish people. It would follow,
therfore. that the one and only Jewish State
would play a recognizable, vital role in the Com-
mission on Human Rights. The fact is. however,
that Israel has never been and is not now a mem-
ber of that Commission. Bv contrast, the Arab
states have played a prominent role in the Com-
Off the Record:
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Illness in Affluence
THE NATIONAL dialogue "ll
medical aid to Ihi aged does
not perhaps properl) belong in a
column rlevoti lev. ish inter-
ests However, if l am digress
established path, it is
because the issu< transcends paro-
chialism
lu a column "ii returning from
my domicile in a hospital. I pn mised never again
to revert "o my personal experiences as a pat
ienl The theme of this piece is no breach of
that promise. It is merely a factual report of
what hospitalized people think about the subject
of being ill in an affluent society.
Patients in hosptals are thrown into a com-
munity of interests by common tieshope for
healing and dread of whence the money will come
to meet the medical bill.
There were people of all races, religions and
political outlook in the wing of the hospital that
was my home for five weeks. There was a Cath-
olic woman of excellent background who was
still a defender of Joe McCarthy. There was an
elder!) gentleman with a reputable and colorful
business background, but who was now in the em-
ploy of the federal government because of old
age and perhaps disability There was an old
seaman with a huge (.rood of children and grand-
children ("here was a minor union official with
a recurrence ol an ailment thai required surgery
some two ears before There was a man in his
fifties whose wife had a challenging illness. There
was a woman whose husband was a merchant
mariner, There ere several women whoso only
ailmenl h lity arisin. from old age There
was the fe of a high school teacher, who had
been ailing for months, and who had now used up
all the policies and school pensions
'I'll..... were nol political!) minded people, in
fact most of them Acre tragical!) unaware ol what
was going hi in the world But because they were
touched l>> adversity they wore now thinking dif-
ferently.
The impression this patienl carried off was
that if act.on is not taken at once to protect the
old in ilh ess the communist propagandists will
have a fie d day in this country. An affluent so-
ciety that is more interested in preserving the
economic facade of an entrenched medical clan
than in preserving the IL flame in the old
cannot lonj -nr\ ive
mission's affairs. A number of prominent Arabs
have, risen to the chairmanship of that Commiss-
ion. One of them was Charles Malik, of Lebanon,
who later rose still higher to the presidenc) ol
the General Assembly. At the present, a Leban-
ese. George Hakim, is chairman of the Commiss-
ion on Human Rights,
In a loss direct manner. Jewish people are
heard often enough in the debates of the Com-
mission. At meetings of the Commission, repre-
sentatives of certain world organizations have
special, consultative statusmeaning that they can
take the floor on issues, formally present briefs
and memoranda, participate otherwise (but. of
course, have no vote). In alphabetical order, the
Jewish organizations with consultative staus before
the Commission, and their permanent representa-
tives, are:
Agudas Israel World Organization, Dr. Isaac
Levin; Consultative Council of Jewish Organiza-
tions (composed of the American Jewish Commit-
too. Anglo-Jewish Assn.. and Alliance Israelite
Universelle), Dr. Moses Moskowitz; Coordinating
Board of Jewish Organizations (comprising B'nai
B'nth. Board of Deputies of British Jews and South
African Board ol Deputies), Dr. William Korey;
World Jewish Congress, Henry H. Grossman and
Ralph Zachlin: and World Union for Progressive
Judaism, Mrs Eleanoi S. Polslein,
Smco these organizations represent millions o)
Jews throughout the world, it cannot be said thai
Jews do nol have .. voice in the Commission. Over
the years, the Jewish non-governmental organiza-
tions lor NGO's, as tiny are called here have pic
sented the Jewish points of view quite adequately
on many issues Thus world Jewr) is in the pic
ture. But Israel is excluded There is recognition
lor an official Israeli "observer.' It i- also ., facl
that there is not a single African state among the
Commission's members
One of tlu> Commission's most important units
is the Subcommission on Prevention ol Discrimna-
tion and Protection i i Minorities The group,
known as the anti-bias unit, is now composed of
14 members; originally there were 12, but the
membership was increased two years ago to make
room for broader representation. Members of this
group are elected by the full Commission; the
members serve as individual experts; they are
proposed on the basis of the consent of their got
ernments That means that, quasi-officially. they
represent their governments
It is not true, as some might insist, that Israel
is considered a stepchild at the United Nations
The fact that it belongs to no bloc is at times,
of advantage t Israel. But those here who arc
annoyed over the systematic exclusion of Israel
from formal recognition by so many bodies insist
that there is gross inequity in the situation
everyone -aid. "Gimpel has hit the nail on the heal"
"Our real problem." said Gimpel continuing. i. t.
hold of the moon, so we can have it available all
the time. If we could get hold of the moon." he cor
tinued. "we would not only have light enough at any
time we wished but. on occasion, we could rent the
moon out to other town."
The Chelmites thought that a wonderful idea, but
how was it to be done'' Berel with the long nose sug-
gested they gather all the stop ladders in town and place
one on top of the other and so reach the moon But
Shmooel, "der Rayter," said they might as well put all
the lonu noses one on top of the other.
Again Gimpel rose. He had another idea. He had
a barrel of borscht in his backyard, and he often saw
the moon shining in it. If they could conn- to his yard
tile following evening with some rope, he would throw
a cloth over the barrel, tighten the cord and hold the
moon, so when a dark maht came along, they could
take it out and have plenty of light
It was a wonderful idea, everybody agreed Thej
had seen the reflection of the moon in the barrel of
borscht too, so they came to his backyard with the nee
essary implements and. before you could say Jack Rob-
ins n they had captured the moon and secured it fast
But, alas, a week later, on a very dark night, the
Chelmites came to take out the moon, but when they
untied the cloththey looked in and saw no moon.
"It must have melted in the borscht." said Gimpel
"Yes that's so," said everyone, "it melted in the
borscht."
Between You and Me:
By BORIS SMOLAR
Our film Folk:
By HERBERT G. LUFT
A Non Conformist
Hollywood
CY GOMBERG, writer producer of
"The Law and Mr Jones."
ABC's TV network show, is a non-
conformist at heart who knows of
no taboos Perhaps, this is the
reason his sore g is to be cancel
ed for the second time, after he
Completed this season only 13 out
ol a total ol 2ti dramatizations contracted forthe
last one. "Poor Kddy is Dead." dealing with the
black-listing tactics of the extreme right-wing John
Birch Society which labels a man a traitor because
lie has supported the United Nations
Gomberg tolls mo that hi' created the chi
tor ot a defense attorney, Abraham IJncoln Jones
i identif) himself with a relentless struggle Wa
ill in the courts for truth and decency. His hero
kits iii' the right to dissent lor a two-part)
press; against newspaper monopolies; ho pours
up injustices in prevailing laws such a- the
preventing intermarriage between Indians and Cau-
sians Joni s deals frankl) with thi pi iblen ol
lepe traffic, illustrating the view it the ad
himself who i- .< sick poison often misused
crimii l\r attacks discrimination agi
professional women, and the abuses ot minoi
in restricted real estate deals
During m> chat with Gomberg, ho told mo that
ho was bi in in'New York and first came to I
fornia around 1938 to study at USC, two years
later winning the Appoliiad" contest lor his pla)
Jackson White Jackson Black" dealing with till
man understanding against the background of our
Revolutionary War Enlisting in the Air Force
after Pearl Harbor, he started screen play writ
ing after the war's end winning an Acadenn
Award nomination in 1950 for "When Willie Comes
Marching Heine "
It was in 1960, that Gomberg devised the for
mat for "The Law and Mr. Jones." tailor made
for his friend, actor James Whitmore The scries
bowed in October Illtiil and was well received l
< ause it had something important to say. in itself
a raritv in video It combined purposeful'i--
with an acute awareness of entertainment vain-
Bonn Eyes Giant 'Payment in Full' on Claims
THE west German Government.
Ilou on the vet:',. | complete
reparations payment to Israel, i- pre
pared to make a new and important
offer to Jewish leaders. As a result
it talk- conducted bj Dr. Nahum Cold
tiiann with Chancellor Adenauer the
Bonn Government has indicated will
ingness to recognize now certain out-
standing Jewish claims for which no payments
yet been made Bonn I,.,, a I so indicated readines
pay a hue,, lump sun, of money to cover those claims
wever. the German authorities stipulated several con-
di ions One,,, then, ,. thai tins paymenl should be en-
Bidered a- .he last and complete settlement of all
ish claims,
Another condition on which B s is that I
sum should be paid to the
">'' and thai the Conferencenol the Gen v'
ernmenl should handle the individual claims and make
the payments to the claimants This would re.
German) ol maintaining a machinery for inv
claim deciding on whether the clam,
justification and later making the paymenl VI present,
there are thousands of officials engaged in West '"':'
man) in the machiner) dealing with restitution
tions and indemnification.
The sum which the Bonn Government has in mind
I" ofter as additional and final payment of rep
to Jews who suffered under the Nazis is even higher
than the total of reparations of $822.(MX).(mh agreed upon
b) Germany to pa) Israel under the 1952 Luxemburg
agreement This time the Israel Government will not
the beneficiary of the now arrangement, since the mow)
'" :" the Jewish claims Confei i:' Iurr'
'
ence will have to abolish its own :


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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
No. 56121 C
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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Miami 15, Floi Id ,
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NOTICE UNDER
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NOTICE is HEREBY UIVEN that
Hi. undersigned, desiring to engage in
h "-in. -v iinii. r Hi. fictitious nami of
ROBERT M, riillNKKl.l. D.M.D. at
1006 Northeast 12." Street, North Mi-
ami. Florida inii-mls to registei
name with the Clei k of the Cln lilt
Pour) oi In.I. Count] Florida
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BVRl IN I. SPARBER
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NOTICE IS HKREBY UIVEN that
dersisned, deslrlns i" ngage In
in Ii thi fictitious name ol
IWTIBNT CENTER at IIS1 KW 22nd
Sired Miami nu ml- to i eglxti r lid
naim with he Clerk ol the i 'Ircull
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NltTICE IS IIKKKIH tllVKN thnl
the undeiHianed desiring to engagi In
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it IIIH S.W 22nd Stn. Miami In-
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notice by publication
\ the c rcuit court of the
Eleventh judicial circuit of
florida in and for dade
county. in chancery.
No. 6SC M47
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suit for divorce
li Washington
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notified thai a lull ..f Com-
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do ->.. Judgment hj da*
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NOTICE UNDER
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notice is hekkmy hiven ih >t |
ih. nnderxlgned, desiring to engage In
l.,i-m.r- mill, i in, ii,iiiiu- name i
ElHiEXVATER r.l I l.l H N<: ..i 2J12 '
[ Rle ... Houlevaxd, Miami :iT. Klor-
i.i.i intends i. register -aid name with
the Plerk the Cirrult Court "f
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2212 BISCAYNE OOMPANY
la rla Corp. Sol' n ner
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NOTICE UNDER
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned desiring to engage In
liusim -- nu.I. i the flctltouti imi of
MARCO HISTRIHl'TORS at 7288 NW
l-T Pourt Intends to register said
name iili in. i "lerk ol the Cln iii
i| l>adi County, Klnrhlii
SIDNEY M WEINTHAL
Sole i ner
6 1-8-15-22
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROSATE,
No. 534-JO-A
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NOTICE OF .NTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is ii.i.i.v given thai I have
filed mv I- n il Report and Petit ion
for l'i-n 1I.1111..11 ami Kinal Discharge
as Rxecutor Of thf rslale of Klizalnili
.-*'..-'.......i.i.-i.i. a.in In.i' .ill llli'
iIh ) ol .1 in. IMS, will apph in
in.. Honorable County Judges of Dade
County, Ki..riiia. for approval of said
rinai i.'r-.i. miki i.'i .1 ,ii...iii..n .11.'i
flna dlsi iiai g< .1- Exe. utor of the
estate of the above-named decedent
This 24th da) "f May, IMS
Ai.ADIKR I-: PACZIER
(joldman, Goldstein A Pacsler
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2303 West Klagli 1 St 1 ei 1
Miami, hnnida
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N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 5969
KRNESTl I \ GAVAI.IM
Plaintiff,
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i'A V GAVAI.DA,
I lefendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
You, Ca) la 1 a Ida, addn .-- and r< --
Idem 1802 S\".....lln vi n, Ro)., I > >., ^
M Ii hlgan, .. re 1 equ ,1 .1 to fill 5 oui
answer tn th< 1 omplalnl
lerk of the above Courl and servi ..
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 5724
9*1. ''I IHEN,
Plaintiff,
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1 'efenrtant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ti GRACE COHEN
435 ei field Road
I rfli Id, Illinois
You an hereby notified ihai a Rill
,i Complaint f.r Divorce has been
filed against you, and y6u are re-
quired to servi .1 cop) n your An-
su.. ..1 pleading to the Bill "f Cosi-
1 plalnl "ii the plalntrff's Attorne).
Ronald Levy, 1110 N.E ltiltid
Street, Sorth Miami Beach, Plo
ami fill- ih. original Answer 01 Plea
inn in iIih office of the Clerk "f the
I Circuit Court "ii "i before the 2nd
da.\ ..r July. IMS II '-ii fail i" !"
mi 1 idgmenl b) default will i" taken
m-i \..n (1.1 the reliel demanded
Bill ..f fomp ail I
'rii h notlci -hall be published once
each iveek foi four ronsei itlve weeks
in THE JEWISH I'l.. iRIDI \X
IHiNE AND ORDERED at Miami,
ith da 1 of Ma'.. A I .
K It I.EATHBRM \x. Clerk.
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN C-HANCERY.
No. 62C 444
SYLVIA I. ANTONUCC1,
Plaintiff,
ANTHONY K ANT( i.NI'i'il.
I '.'I. ri-l.,'i:
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO ANTHONY K. ANTONCCCI
I .Hi Street, X W.
w nhlugton, D.C
V" 1. \iilh"ii> K Anii.inn i .. .
hereli) notified iliai a Bill "f Com-
plaint i"i" Divorce has been filed
against you, and you in required i>
-. 1 ,. 1 cop) of >"mi Answei or Plead-
1 In Bill "i Complaint on thi
attorneys WD1NKI.E A
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NOTICE UNDER
FICITiOUS NAME LAW .
TICK 18 HKKKIIY GIVEN that
undersigned, desiring i" engage
in business under th*- fictitious name
..f I! *. K LOL'NOE at tMO Weal
htaglei St., Intends to register said
name with thi- Clerk "i the ClretiM
Court of Dadi ''"iinty. Florida.
WILLIAM M DUNN, JR.
Role Owner
K E8SI.ER ^ lARfi
Attorneys for Applicant
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t CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
th JL'OICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
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!CE OF INTENTION TO APPLY
Tl CHANGE OF NAME
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 56097
IN RE Estati ol
T1IKI.MA ANDERSON THOMPSON
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 56100-C
IN RE Kaia.1
PATRICIA I. I'AII.I-^ .
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All 1 Ml Pel -"ii- H*
ine Claims "i Demands Again
You bti li.i.i.v notified and reo,ulr-
ii I., pri si in am Linn- an.1 di in.hi.1-
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lati Patricia B i 'nil. \ .1.....1
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North Carolina, 1.1 the
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m it hut i*Ik < alendar .....nths
from id- dali "f thi flisi puhlli atlon
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 56068-A
IX RE K.-Iati- ..f
SARA SACHAR
I lecaased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ti. All 1 '1. ilili.rs and All Pi I-"ll- Hav-
ing Claims "i Demands Against Said
I'.slalt-:
Von are hereb) notified and requir-
ed to pi si in .1111 claims and di -
manils which >"ii ma) have against
the estati of SARA SACHAR de-
ceased late of Pad.- County. Florida,
I., ih- Count) .iiidet-s of 1'ad. County,
and nl. thi -aim- in their offices 111
the Count) Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six ralendat months
from the date of thi first publication
hereof, ..1 thi same a ill i- barred
CLARA IIAI.M-is. Administratrix
ROBERT II TBAL'RIG
Attoi 111 v
1138 dlll'olll I'.ml.Inn;
Miami :;:. Florida
8-15-SJ-JJ
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HKKKIIY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, deeirdoa t.. engagi in
iiii-in. s- under the fictitious name "f
BERNARD JOYCE iTHK CO-OP
KING) at il"i Lincoln Road, Suite
SOS, Miami Beach, Klorida Intends I"
register said name nii thi Clerk of
thi Circuit Court of Dade County,
1-1.....la
BERNARD JOYCE
Sole IU 11. :
6 S-I5..'.' :".'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is hereby given that
derslgned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious names ..1
I'll: VTE SPA, PIRATE >'!' V M \
1: N SERVICE I'll: \v\- SPA RES-
TAl'RANT at -.T"! Southwest :'l>.ili
Street, Princeton, Florida ntends to
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the 1 "In ml 1 i.ni-l "I
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
: hi i.n.li 1 -i-m .1 di nil in; to ngage In
liusim -- undi 1 he fli titious name of
HKNI.KK \l'\ KK I'lSIXii CO., at
j 110 x 1 : i.. .1 .-. .. 1. Miami. Flor-
ida Intends to registei said nami with
ih, clerk nl iii. "In nil Court ..1 1 >ade
Count). KI1.1 Ida
MED 1 K \l. I'll vRM VI 11 ri'Al.S.
IX'. a Kim Ida corporation
Hi Henry R 1 ilamond, Pn sldetit
lEI >Rl IE 1 III.BERT
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I'lia. ma.. 11 Deals, In.-
JS-38. T 6
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
X'i.'1'H'i: IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the nu.I. rsigned, di sli Ing to 1 ngagi In
buslm >- under I he 1' 1 Itlous 11 1
TR1 I.ON DEI IVBR1 .-i:i:\ li
U'v'.l Mn 1 a I.in \> '1 Ml* 11
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clerk a the 1 'In tilt Com 1 "f
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ROHER'I PKITEI.MAN
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice is hereby given thai
1I1. undersigned, desiring :.. .1..:
business mid. i the in in ous nan t
m:i.i: sti-i:i. ri 1 North West
Mill Avenui Miami. Florida Intends
'" registei aid nsmi with 1 hi Clerk
f iho circuit Courl "f Dadi County,
Florida
Ni 'i:\iA x mi.1,. Soli ner
Goldman, Goldateln \- Pacsler
\;'"i 11. > foi Registrant
Wi Flagier Street
Miami Florida
I-X-15-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY >:ivi:x that
th. mid. 1-mm d. .l.siinii: !.. ngl
liusim -- undi ii. flctl.....1-
MEUK'AI. \ 1: rS CLINIC ri -. s \\
'-ii,i Avenue, Miami. Florida Intend
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 56080 A
IN RE Ketate of
SI 'I'lll i: \V YSl il'l il.AX.
I '1 ceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims .a Demands Agalnsi s,,id
Estate
Yi.ii are hereb) notified and re-
1 ilred i" present an) claims and de-
mands which \".i may havi against
the estati "i SOPHIE WYSOPOLAN
I. used lai. of I 'Al >E Count) F1"i -
da. ti. ih. County JuIk's of Dade
County, and file the .-.nut- in duplicate
and as provided in Section 733.16.
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
;li. Count) Courthouse hi Dade Couiir
) ty. Honda, within six .altn.iar months
from thi- lime of the first publication
hereof, ..1 the same iii be barred
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 'Jith
da) of Ma y, A I' 1962
HELEN 7.YM.W.SKI
As Kxt'i-iiliix
JOHN M \ZI ItKK
Attorne) foi Executrix
, 219 St. 111 iij Tl ust HIiIk .
Miami .'.:' Florida
6 1-8-15-22
notice by publication
in the circuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit of
florida in and for dade
coui4ty. in chancery.
No. S8C 3767
LEWIS \\ Hlti 'U x
Plain tiff,
vs.
Dorothy muhsinger brown,
1 lefendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IHIROTHY MES8INGER BRXlWN
1.7 E Farming Sti 1
M.. rli.n 1 tin..
I '. IRI I'll Y m 1: S S I X 1 ; K 11
I IR< i\\ x .11. h.-i eb) not Ified that a
Bill ..( Complaint for Divorce has
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-u. 1 in ri. ..lim- in 1 a. Bill 1.1 i"om-
plalnl ..ii Hi. I'l.1 Inl Iff* attorney,
'dl 1.1.Kit ,\ RI SSELL, 708 Alnsley
II ni.inn; \i 12, 1 lorida, and file
rlginal \ nsw u or 1 adlng In
1 nfflci ..I the 1 "l.i k nf Iho Cln lit
before thi 2nd ^.w (
f you fall I- .1" ao, j
rtefs 1 wil 1 taki n against
i-m foi 1' di in,mi. .I in the
1 nf I 'omplalnl
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a. ii week fur foui consecutive weeks
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Fcge 16-A
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Graduating among the top five percent, scholastically, two
Miami Beach Senior High students receive scholarships from
Arthur H. Courshon, board chairman of Washington Federal
Savings and Loan Assn. Norma Schultz. 17. of 2355 Pinetree
dr.. arid Howard Pasternak. 17. of 1035 14th st.. hold checks
presented to them. Norma. who received a $500 scholarship,
will attend the University of Florida. Norman, who was award-
ed a Sl.OOO scholarship, is enrolled at Rice Institute.____________
Executive Gets Master's Degree
S Herbert Harari. education and
youth director of Temple Sinai of
Hollywood, and secretary-treasurer
cf the Jewish Educators Council
of Greater Miami, was awarded
the degree of Master of Science
in psychology at commencement
exercises of' the University of
Miami last week.
Harari's project. -Cultural In-
fluences on the Retention of Sym-
bolic and Logical Material." was
an evaluation of retention ability
of American and Israeli students.
His study was based on prevalent
testing systems used in the respec-
tive countries.
Harari will participate in the
world conference of Jewish educa-
tion in Israel this summer as a
delegate of the Jewish Educators
Council, and will continue his re
search with the cooperation of the
]>raeli Ministry of Education as
part of his dissertation for a Doc-
tor of Philosophy degree.
Harari was raised in Israel and
served in the Haganah there. He
has been educational director at
Temple Sinai for the past seven
years and is now dean of the In-
stitute of Adult Study at the Tem-
ple. He has also served as secre-
tary of the North Dade-South
Broward Inter-Synagogue Athletic
League. Harari is married and
ha- two children.
Top Youths
To be Cited
At Beth Torah
Presentation of awards to the
winners of the "Outstanding Teen-
Age Citizen of Dade County" con-
test, sponsored bv Shoshana chap
tor of B'nai B'rith Women, will he
made Tuesday, 9 pin., at Beth
Torah Congregation.
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers will
present the awards and speak on
"The Teen Ager's Challenge."
Judge Milton A. Friedman, pres
ident. District 5 B'nai B'rith Men.
will also appear.
Dade County Board of Public In
struction, of which Mrs. Meyers is
a member, gave complete coop
eration to the project, and all high
schools in the county were invited
to enter two students. Winners
will be chosen on the basis of
their citizenship activities both
in and out of school.
Judges for the contest are Mrs.
Anna Brenner Meyers, Nate Bit-
ter, Molly Tomer, of TV ch. 10,
Nate Perlmotter, and Mrs. I. V.
Forr, winner of the Dade County
Outstanding Citizen Award.
First prize is a round-trip to
New York City, courtesy of the
Miami Beach Federal Savings and
Loan Assn., with a guided tour of
the United Nations. Housing and
chaperone will be provided by a \
member of the B'nai B'rith Youth
Organization in New York City.
Second prize is a round-trip
cruise for two to Bimini. courtesy
of Bimini Expressways. Third
prize is a watch, courtesy of May-
or's Jewelers. There will be sev-
en additional prizes, plus a spec-
ial award to each entrant.
High school of the first prize
winner will receive a special award
presented by Shoshana chapter.
Zamora Now Registering
Registration for Hebrew and
Sunday school classes at Temple
Zamora for the coming year is now
taking place A committee will be
present each Sunday morning be-
tween 10 and 11 a.m. for the pur-
pose of registering the children
Temple Zamora is at 44 Zamora
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by ISABEL GROVE
General summer exodus in full swing Some going for a
lew weeks, others expect to be away a few months Main
just plan to relax, many have a hectic schedule of sight-seeing,
and ameng the students additional courses and classes will "im-
prove each shining hour" .
Spending the entire summer in New York with familv. Mrs
Ann Satin, popular teacher of mathematics at Nautilus'Junior
High, and her three lovely daughters Wendy, voted -Friend-
liest in her ninth grade at Nautilus Marcia. one of the
peakers at her June graduation from Beach High And Mary
Ellen, a junior at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
Msjonng in corporation finance, she'll acquire some first
hand knowledge in that field working in Wall st. Marcia,
who hasn't quite made up her mind whether she will pursue a
career in medicine or languages, will test her reaction to the
world of the former by working as a nurses aide in the New
York H. spital ... At the end of the summer, she'll return with
her sist.r to start her freshman year at the University of Penn-
sylvania .
Lai Vegas makes an attractive stop on the way to the West
Coast Dorothy and Nat Friedman, of Palm Island left Satur-
day and will divide three weeks between the desert oasis and
l-o* Angeles, where Dorothy has lots of family to visit
.
Similar route for the Jimmie Chapmans. Fred Somerstcins
and Mrs Selma Fried After a week m Las Vegas, the men
will return here, leaving the women to travel further to Lake
lahoe and California .
Vi.-iting her daughter and grandson Bruce 9, Mrs Frances
l.inn sums it all up neatly New York is fine. Miami is better.
be back soon .. .
Irwin and Barbara Rubin and their cute youngsters. Randv
8 and Cindy 5. are pulling up stakes and leaving for Santa Bar-
bara. Calif., where they have bought the Santa Barbara Inn.
uhich tronts on the Pacific Ocean Surprise bon vavage dinner
party given for them last week at the Diplomat Hosts were
Toby and Leonard Friedland. Margie and Irving Cohen and Lee
ind Jack Emmers Centerpiece was a floral replica of the
Santa Barbara Inn. and the airplane motif predominated in other
lecorations ... It was a gay evening, all of the 20 guests certain
the Rubins will soon see the error of their ways and return to
the land of sunshine on the Atlantic Ocean Seen doing a
spirit.d twist, Alice and Seymour Rubin. Marcelle and Donald
fyiplan. the Jason Berkmans, tile Chick SwittS, and the Paul
laeobs : Others. Irwin's parents, the Raymond Rubin.- Bar
iarai mother and aunt. Mrs Betty Kaufman and -Mrs Jcllie
ol .

s.v.ral nights later, ;!.. Rubin clan gathered -it the Wesi
1 untry Club to celebrate the Bar Milzvah ol Joel William
n hi Seymour and Alice Rubin The ivrcmonv had been held
June 16 at Temple Emanu-El, the date of the 53rd wed
anniversary ol gl indparents, Mr. and Mrs Raymond Rubin, a
ccond reason for the dinner dance celebration Blond Alice.
el's prettj mother, in a deep pink chiffon Estevez original with
oin dots embroidered in silver beads .
Entertainment included songs by Marion Colby who attended
"ith her husband. Judge Bernard Frank, and Pin a (Mrs Sol)
loldman attending with her husband .
Among ether guests were Mr. and Mrs [sadore llecht. Mr
md Mrs. Morris Lansburgh, Mr. and Mrs Bernard Fuller. Mr.
ind Mr> Louis Grossman, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pollak, Mr and
Mrs Morris Green, Mr and Mrs. William Green, Mr and Mrs
\llthonj lane. Dr and Mr- Many A MosCOe, Dr. and Mr.- Julian
Kiekles, Mr. and Mrs A Lester Stepner, Mr and Mrs Sherman
Kaplan Mr and Mrs Alex Gordon, and Mrs. Klise Adams.
Bettj and Lefpold Schwartz, of Miami Reach, in Tampa for
ding last Saturday of son. l.t. Larry Iden Schwartz, and
1 former Marcia Arhne Wineman of the city Armed in
"< for the rehearsal dinner, several cocktail parties and the
' "t many lunncheona given in honor of the bride-elect ,
crving a- ,n usher, Herbert Yalot, down from East orange. N.J.,
*Uh his wite, the former Inez Schwartz, and their doll. Leslie
l.t Schwartz, now in the U.S. Air Force, plans to return
the University of Florida which both he and his bride attended,
Master's degree .
Interesting comment from Ho/ and White) Kirshberg touring
in German) The) find East Berlin somber and
si to Wesi Berlin bustling and desperatel) gaj .
lite is hectic and excitin seeming!) inspired i>> the
eat, drink and b< merry, for tomorrow who knows?
On the lighter side, mosl expensive drink is coffee, cheapest
1 ,M""< delicious, beer Roz fears she ,l waddle out of the
il they sta) much ion .
l tor tho lamil) who has everything a .:
n and a doctor who is an MD Dr P.a id Lehr-
luati the medical school ol the Universit)
.....; las! week, is the son ol Dr and Mrs Irving Lehn an
Lehrman spiritual leader ol Temple Einanu-EI .
- ol Miami Bei and Brandeis I'mversil
id intei Lenox Hill Hospital in Ne '.
i Sandra Rich have a -on. Mi< hael
tical wi Machtey, winner ol a Silver
a finalist .i t;.> WestinghooW Science lalenl search,
lor Birmingham Ala Son ol Mr and Mr- Nathan
raduated with highest honors from .'oral
wli continue t> do patholOg) res.arch with Dr Jon
:: 'rd with whom hi has been working tor the past two
In the fall, he'll enter Reed College, Portland ore to
b,uay math and premedical science .
( Rub) Pogel receiving critical acclaim for her poem. "I Could
appearing in "Southern Poetr) Today" Miss
known for her "sensitivity to word ami mood." is ol
.""'M' Mrs .1 | l.evkoff, of Miami Beach, ami the mother of
,H" ^rightly young ladies.
<3fewish Florxdian
Miami. Florida. Friday. June 22, 1962
Section B
Mrs. Max Orovitz (left), chats with Mrs. Fay Ablin, who head-
ed the Initial Gifts Division of the 1962 CJA Women's Divis-
ion. They're shown at the 24th annual dinner of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation in the Dupont Plaza hotel.
LW Mm
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Mrs. Arthur Frank Adcms (left), is shown with Sidney Lef-
court. newly-elected Federation president, at the 24th annual
dinner.
Beach Chapter
Hears Review
Miami Beach chapter of O
dren's Asthma Research Institute
and Hospital was to hold its monthly
meeting Thursday, 8:15 p.m.. at
Washington Federal Savings aM
Loan Assn.. 1234 Washington ave
Mrs. Sidney Ritterman, president,
said that the program was to ia
elude a book review by Miss Myrsj
Greenberg.
Plans for the "Eat-Svvim-Dance"
fund-raising affair on Sunday eve-
ning, July 8. at the Venetian Art-is
(V.bana Club in Miami were also t>
be discussed by chairman, Mrs.
Bert Whitman.
Miami Reach chapter devotes it-
year-round activities in helping to
support and maintain the national
Home's free non-sectarian medical
program devoted to the treatment
Of children suffering from chronic
intractable asthma.
Local Delegates
Off to Confab
"Dimensions in Democracy" is
the theme for the 22nd annual con-
vention of B'nai B'nth Women of
District 5. which will be held at
the Shoreham hotel in Washington.
DC. on June 30 to July 5.
Attending from the Dade-Brow-
aid area will be some 50 delegates
representing 20 chapters, inch]
Mrs. Alfred Reich. District 5 pre-
sent, and district chairmen. Airs
Paul Harrold, Mrs. Stephanie
Klein, and Mrs. David Sl.erptr
Included m the agenda are "work-
shops on fund-raising, program
b'nai Ii'rith Youth, veterans pro-
gram, and the newly-instituted S
ior Citizen- program.
On Saturda) evening and Sunday,
a "presidents' conference'' for
newly-elected chapter and council
presidents will take place
Some 1,000 people are expected to
attend the joint opening session o:-.
Sunday evening. Quest speaker will
i e Alfred Friendly, managing editor
of the Washington Post, who will
speak on his recent visit to the
Middle Bast and Israel
JWV Plans Dance
Here on July 7
Senior vice commander. Melvin
Daum, of Abe Horrowitz Post 682
Jewish War Veterans Of the V S.A..
announces the completion of ar-
rangements for an Independent e
Day dance at the Unified b
No Miami Beach, on St
night, Jul) 7
Tho post home will be arrant
cabarel style Dancing from I
will be tO a live band
Paid up membership beni I ts in
the .iw V were i xplained to m< n
1 !' at the .lime 14 meeting
\' ilab > are a national insura
pro,ram. low cosl fa mil) bur
n I knowledge thai member
v\ !.- a step for democrai >
immander Dan Abramov
issed "the importance of all
membership to be
it thi mil M
exti nded an open ii i
ible members to \ isit with
tli< pi hursda) June ^8.
Mrs. Arthur Ungar (left), and Mr. Ungar are shown talking
with Mrs. Henry King Stanford, wife of the newly-appointed
University of Miami president, at Federation's annual dinner.
luncheon Card Party
B'nai B rith Women. Sui
pter. will hold their first
series of summer luncheon card
and game parties on Tuesday noon
at the new Jefferson Supei Si
P00 No Miami Beach blvd. I
Frank Burg is in charge of il I
mation.


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+Jenist Fkrili3ir
Friday. June 22, 1952

Blood Sank
Being Expanded
.' ed
i \ ailments
marily I >r em-
span led to in-
clude residents the 530 unit
:
Sehw ai I Hinder
peral sll
Ml Hi "" tal has s
fers i'' rship to resid -nts
i ; donation,
., made for them.
ne 1 blood
.... ;,.
:, m through any
i lywhere in the
L'n states." Mrs Schwartz
Mrs Schv\art, i "charter resi
ilent of S Nathan S
u ave,
. cember I 160 n mi
>!, i'\ eral
civic i i Ahich
Temple Menorah Players in a scene from the annuQl spring
festival piesentation, "The Pleasin' Seasons. Left :: right
are Judge Theodore Nelson, Mrs. Herbert Kaplan and 3en
Alter.
Menorah Play Pleases Crowd
\ hilarious comedj enl IU I "''.
Pleasin' Seasons" :i- presented
by the Menorah Players t' an over-
flow audience .it Temple Menorah's
initial >pri:iL: festival last Saturdaj
night. The musical revue was writ-
and directed by Mrs. Bob Bloch
Parodying well-known musical
hits. The Pleasin' Seasons" por-'
iyed Temple lite in music and1
comedy
Temple members who starred in
the shou included Ben Alter. Men's
Club president: Bob Bloch. Men's
Club past president; Judge Theo-1
ciore Nelson, past officer; and Sis-
te' hood vice presidents. Elayne
Kaplan, Esther Bloch and Muriel
Weston.
Others in the cast included Paul-
\;- S R
B A,"-. Fl '..... "
Kaplan 5 Helen
Sega Norman S W te
ir '
Ma me R e vi t z presid
Temple Menorah, presented Mrs
Bloch with j -hen 'f American
Beauty Roses an paj i tribute "to
her devoted sen ice > the Temple
over the last eight year" Mrs.
Bloch was also presented with i
hand-illumiaated scroll designed iy
Irving Billig.
Lazarus Women
Dinner Meeting
- chapter > B'nai
B'rith ioI i a dinner meeting
Tues lay, 6 30 p m .it Li
lining r iom,
ill feature :i B'nai
ndoi tnnation conducted by
Mrs David Shirper, In charge ol
- Mrs Hannah F te
\'- : by the chapter
i- a paid-up i ship swim
rate of Mrs
-'.' end si
Piesident of Temple Menorah's Sislerhood. Mrs. Ray Morse,
tea at poolside for Mrs. Low: n :e West riqht
Mrs. William Carmel. Rehearcil is in anticipation of c "i
bei bring-a-new-member" tea next Wedm -Hay at tiie
of Mrs. Weston, who is member vice president oi
pie Menorah Sisterhood. In tidditior. to tea and
ments, an afternoon of fun and en'ertainment has
scheduled, including a specially-written skit entitled
na My House.''
Camp Judah to Open
i 'amp Judah wil
directm First sessii n is
to July 20 Second if
begin June 25 v''-' ]~
to \ ig 17 for children between meals will be prepared bj VI
the ages oi 4 and l'J for a ti\. Getz, diet-clan ol the Dad
daj week The two four-week public schools Bus transport
sessions will !>< held under the |' from the camp will be a i
sup -rvision ol Herb Weinfeld, camp 'hk' UDon request.
fc=q
TORlNE Bit*?
JWY Women
In Top Posts
Mrs. Le'nore Wander, past pres-
ident of Abe Horrowitz Post.
Ladies' Auxiliary. Jewish War Vet-
erans, was unanimously elected
senior vice president of the De-
pa rtment of Florida at a recent
meeting here.
Mrs. Sea Left MM ippointei
program chairman for "he ie
partment. and Mrs. Ced Zukor
was mimed hospital chairman.
Mrs. Left and Mrs. Zukor are ai- i
past presidents if the MM auxii
iary.
The auxiliary was to meet
Thursday. 3:30 p.m.. at the UBtr
tied bldg.. 2300 NE ITlst st.. No.
Miami Beach. foe i short business
meeting tellowed f x games
night.
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as many New York Jew-
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cleanser because Ajax
has new instant Chlo-
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out stubborn food stains
In seconds. For stains,
greasy film, black pot
marks, nothing cleans
end bleaches better than
new Ajax.
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Leaders Launch
Fund Campaign
More than 50
of Surfs
Sum
den B I the
192 fall cat
ilm iral
George '
Surfsid Brs the
Chase Federal
\--r. was enl ite;
.:' in Miami '.'-
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hat his -- ite ikm m I
- 'ion. in harge H mui
ML ,v:!l !> : '>ert Poppsti, at 48" leeea bh l.
Charles Clements ir.. chairman
of Division !i it' ;hj ITMlerf
Neighbors DtvisAea, which com-
prises Miami Beach (South; and
Miami Beac'i North, ntroduced
Lester R Barnhill. United G d
Neighbors Divis
,.Aau..,.m~*KT
Testimonial for /Mrs Bloch
A testimonial ......moriag
Mrs. Esther Bloch was held Wed
nesday bv the Temple Mei
Sisterhood at the Desuvttle hot?!
Mrs. Jerry UechlowUil mi La
charg.; ol arrangemeats.
Makes a great side dish.
Goes with meat, with dairy, with every meal.
Goes with every member of the family.
Goes with such speed, they're gone before you can say
"Heinz Kosher Beans are strictly vegetarian,
strictly nutritious, strictly the tastiest,
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Every Ubel carries the seal ol approval of the union or orthodox jew.sh concaegat.ons or America.


Friday, June 22, 1962
* Jew 1st fhridUan
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With tZ5i4tnmer <_J~lere,
Jhc\j re v^y/ for jrun
Mrs tor. Balsam off
Men i ij with the
Balsam '. in-. A a '1 Nina 10,
en UMj^art .' WrpaT=
and Mrs Jacob Weis-
I. a ster ther in law,
M Gimpel.
Thei ii j : I i southbut
onlj a where .Man
N del the summer
at ( a Sk; ,:i Cornelia,
Ga.
*
'i had an elev-
ay | her home,
e'll nevei
e 11 huge col
I : around
' i i" an Is ii sts
: 2), i her par
i ai Paul Bii
I
p
: Mrs B
.i final
lb> i the li ,i ri
ml II SW 7.h avc. on Sun-
3 i n Former
iritui Ii a I remple Za
- Rab i his family
e taken in< nl resi-
11 2066 s ; -ninsula dr..
[> i.vtoi a Bea
Mrs Marvin : man and her
three daughters ,.. o visit grand-
mas ii Delavi u ind New Jer-
sey, Rhona is the n .. president
ol Lorber chapter, Children's
Asthma Research Institute and
li spital, TIk- grai Imas will baby-
sit while Rhona I Marvin >;o to
the di ional c i it -ition of the
medical organ in in Denver
from Jui> 21 to 23
<
Lillian Bernsl Pink Lady of
Mt Sinai Hospital bursting with
pride Born :. I me 12 a 7 lb.
boy ti 'ele i I lerald Falick,
making Lillian a great grand-
mother Her grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. \ Roth and Mr.
and Mn Sam D i lo) Falick.
Lillian also t i irts that Barry
ind Judith Shem were back in
' wn after a 13 >k stay in At-
Beth Am Ladies
Plan Weekend
lanta, G i ,' whi re Barry complet-
ed hi- studies with the U.S. In-
ternal Revenue Service. Now
fthey'fe off l ith C rolRla and
\ there After
that. Lakeland will be the couple's
permanenl home and Barry's
steady Intern,,; Revenue offici ,
Ju ghl r of Joe
and i. than II got in a final
weekend il Westbrooke
Countr} i leaving for
Lima. Pei : the nexl
and half n nths as an exchange
student,
Also .; ue l rooke: Mr and
Mrs Alvin Horowitz and daugh
ter, Si-. a cabana I
ing on a bus
ines trip to Nassi
620 51sl ter
the Metro Per
- I ridaj for
' i 1 e he will attend
the : Miss Ellen Duber-
. itein to Robert Nagler at the
Sheraton East on Sunday. After
sp nding a few days in New York.
Mr. Schwartz flys to Shannon. Ire-
land. ;o be abroad -ix weeks vis
iting, Ireland, Scotland, Denmark.
Sweden. Norway. Finland. Eng-
land and France. This will be his
sixth trip abroad within the past
I five years.
Isabel Grove

pic
too
Irvii -; L'hrman, spiritual leader of Tem-
Err.a; -"dresses a women's commit-
Efee ct home c! Mrs. Max Boderman,
6566 N. Bay rd to launch the Temple's new
I 'Operation Open Arms." Standing
(left riohl ro Dr. Lehrman and Mesdames
Alex Koc< !.. Sol Si -.. Milton F
Elliot H Sol Gcld-stc: | of Tern-
Ted
Mil-
are
pie Emanu-El Sisterhood, Simon Rubin,
Zalles, Frederick Stein, Willicm Gordon,
ton Smith, end Martin Borkin. Seated
Mesdames Jules Channing, Henry Penchcr.-
sky, Murray Maisel, Max Boderman, hostess
Seymour Alterm.cn, Lee Ratner, Milton Blurr.
and Irving Lehrman, wife of Dr. Lehrmar.
man.
Mkm Couple Answer Jewish Floridian
Article on Need of Cuban Refugees Here
Rabbi Ranson
Off to Ceremony
Rabbi Marius Ranson. 70 year-
old retired spiritual leader, of
100th St., Bay Harbor Islands, has
been invited to attend the unveil
ing of a life size portrait of him
self at Temple Shaarei Tefilah in
East Orange. N.J.
Occasion will be the dedication
of a religious school room in his
honor by the congregation which
he served for 18 years, from 1930
to l!)48. prior to his moving to
Ft. Lauderdale. where he served
for 13 years to 1961.
The portrait, painted by the
well-known artist, Erek Wagman,
is the _;:ft to the congregation of
its f.rmer ppresident, Martin M.
Lehrer, life-long friend of Rabbi
and Mrs. Hanson.
The Temple Beth Notables Win Degrees
\m Will sponsor i weekend at
Napli : ach i >i August 10 to
Then ill b I hing, swimming,
i:-. I golf. There
ill also be a c icktail party fea-
red at part if the entertainment
Chartered lir-conditioned buses
will lit provide! for those who wish
these ai commo 1 it; >ns, according
th< hchairmea, Mrs. Barbara
C lodman and Mrs, Harriet Segal.
M r Miriam herkas, newly-
elected president, laid that Sister-
d activities .'.:I1 be scheduled
the sum ner months.
By Special Report
LOS ANGELES .lames A. Pike.
Episcopal Bishop of California, and
Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco, world-
famed composer, were among the
recipients of honorary degrees
awarded by the California School ot
Hebrew Union College-Jewish Insti-
tute of Religion, America's Semi-
nary of Reform Judaism. Dr. Nel-
son Glueck, president of the Col-
lege-Institute, conferred the de-
grees at commencement exercises
held Friday at Wilshire Boulevard
Temple here
Mr and Mrs 5am Fuchs, of 1-144
So Biscayne Poinl Road, have gone
elf to Kingston, N.C., for their sum-
mer vacation.
But not befiire they responded
meaningfully to an article appear-
ing in the .lane 8 edition of The
Jewish Floridian.
There, Mr. and Mrs. Fuchs read
abcut the Cuban Hebrew Social
Circle of Miami, an organixation
comprsed of several hundred
members of Miami's Cuban Jew-
ish refugee colony
So touched were they by the need
for "a friendly hand" to these up-
rooted citizens of Castro Commun-
ism, that the couple sent a check
for S100 to the Circle, whose quar-
tirs are at 602 Mercantile Bank
bldg.. Lincoln Mall.
"My husband and I do hope that
this amount will be the forerunner
to aid you in your endeavor- to im-
prove and to help the Cuban Jewish
people here in Miami." Mr. and
Mrs. Fuchs wrote the organization.
As a result, they are now the first
to receive a charter certificate as
honorary members of the society,
which this week announced that
Honorary memberships will hence
forth be available to Greater Mi-
amians
"We have been welcomed by
the. United States Government
and by the community of South
Florda in the most admirable
way," Enrique Kalusin, president
of the organization, told The Jew-
ish Floridian. "No other land
would have opened its doors S9
readily.
"Now, we are merely asking the
community also to open its heart.*"
Added Sr Kalusin: "Cuban Jewish
refugees h< re are grateful tor the
exemplary action of Mr. and Mrs.
Fuchs "
The president said that other per-
sons and organizations have also
since come forward with offers of
assistance as a result of the recent
article in The Jewish Floridian.
ar meeting quarter- nti
J< i-h families arrive
. ily, Sevt ral da) ago
ne plane All oi
lion, ,.--.-; a nee a :
llj hand.' '
* elix Reyler executn am, Mrs
director 01 the Cuban Hebrew .,., c;m ,, saUsfl(
ual Circle of Miami: "Our need for > 01 e of the first to be
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Mt Scopus fTOUp of Hadassah is
planning a Feurth of July weekend
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Program will include three days
and two nights of fun. entertain-
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..' ride, night club, and cocktail
part)
In charge ol reservations are
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, len 1st FhrUton
Friday. June 22. 19=2
All-Gershwin Fare Scheduled For U of M Tops1
The New Cardiac Resuscitator recently presented to Mt. Sinai
Hospital by Mrs. Arthur Burrell is now in place in the opera:-
.ng room suite to be used to revive a patient whose heart
.nexpectedly fails during surgery. Mrs. Burrell explains to
Marvin Bostin, associate director of Mt. Sinai, that the new
piece of equipment is the :esult of a check given to her by
iriends to buy something :;: the hospital in which she is so
." :ested.
Mount Sinai Gets Important Gift
A 29th anniversary tribute to
America's late beloved composer,
George Gershwin, will highlight
the University of Miami Summer
Symphony Orchestra's third 'Pop"
concert of the season at Miami
Beach Auditorium on Sunday. 8:30
p.m., with guest conductor I'aul
Taubman on the podium.
Taubman also "ill devote a por-
tion of the program to honor the
American spirit of freedom and
progress. This segment will in-
clude Taubman's own composition,
'The Col. Glenn MarchGoGo
Go." written earlier this year in
honor of U S astronaut hero. John
Glenn: Morton Gould's American
Salute' based on the theme "When
Johnny Comes Marching Home;"
and Richard Rodgers' musical
score to the recent ser-
Viet ry a S
Appearing with Taubman will
be three artists, tenor Levern
Hutche-son, soprano Lucia Haw-
kins, and actor Avon Long, who
will perform excerpts from the
Gershwin opera, "Porgy and
Bess." The trio also will be fea-
Lett to right are Avon Long.
Miss Lucia Hawkins, and
Levern Hutcherson, who will
appear in an ali-Geishwin
concert with the University of
Miami Suxnmei Symphony 911
Sunday evening.
tured in solo performances, Miss
Hawkins singing the popular aria
Un bel di, from Puccini's "Hi
ame Butterfly;" Hutchers-.-
the Flower Song from Bize- 1
"Carmen Jones;" and Long, -
Freedom Sc.g from Yip Ha-
burg's Broadway musical hit,
"Bloomer Girl."
The remaining orchestral
on the program include von Sup,
Poet and Peasant 0v rture
f< obachfe fnwuieuo mm Bar
role from "The Tales ol H
man L< > Anders in J 1
Legato ind Jazz Pii B
et's Suite from th 1.1 "<
men," and a Symphon
ed on eight Gershw in ti
Music director of than a
doz< n network radio ai ision
shows originating in New Y <
"ity, Taubman opefal his
music publishing firm, hosts a
popular penthi use res
ooku al Park '
rm in pinsi foi ms al I
esti
$ own All A1
B it Nw
York's > ohsi um
is a Co .'" ..1 I
tisl
Mt Sinai H ispital is the recip-
ient of a verj important piece of
n- w equipment as a result >f in-
t- rest (if .1 loyal volunte : and
her pnde in showing off the hos
pital.
\ new Cardiac Defibrillator is
n m Installed in the operating suite
ol Mt. Sinai The machine is used
tu revive a patient whose heart
unexpectedly fails during surgery
and can be used repeatedly with-
out injury. It represents the lat-
est in Cardiac Resuscitation, and
surgeons praise it as a superior
piece of equipment.
The gift was presented to Mt
S ii Hospital by Mrs. Arthur Bur-
'Miss Universe'
Plans Resume
roll, a vice president of the Wom-
en'.- Auxiliary, among whose many
duties has been to conduct tours
through the hospital.
Recently. Mrs Burrell had on
tour personal friends who are vis-
iting in Miami Beach. They in-
cluded Mr. and Mrs Daniel
Pierce. Mr. and Mrs Seymour Kat-
zenstein. and Howard Hirsch,
partners in Hirsch & Company.
stock exchange of New York City.
According to Mrs Burrell. "My
enthusiasm for Mt. Sinai Hospital
was contagious enough so that
upon returning to New York my
friends sent me a check to pur-
chase this important piece of
equipment foi
. '^ -.W % -^ fll -A
Temple Menorah's 1962 confirmation class
poses with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz shortly
before services held during the recent Sha-
vuot holiday. Standing (left to right' are Mich-
ael Lisinsky, Sim Granoff, Jerry Lieberman.
Eric Kaplan. Michael Saffan, Rabbi Abramo-
witt Steven Sonnenblick, Seymour Roth,
!
Gilbert Korenblit, Stuart Mishkin. Seated Uef"
to right) are Patricia Weston, Ben Zwerner,
Sandra Levitz, Karen Goldwyn, JoAnn Bresin.
Diane Zimmerman. Susan Rubel and Judith
Krulewitz. An Oneg Shabbat for some 350
guests followed in the Temple Social Hall.
More than 100 of 'he world's most
1 bUtiful girls will compete tor
the coveted title of "Miss Universe"
in the Miss Universe Pageant to l>e
held July 6 to 16 at the Miami
Beach Convention Hall
Each of the United States will
-end beauty delegates, as well as
50 foreign nations.
Miss C.S A. preliminaries open
the four-night run at the Convention
Hall on July 11. Selection of Mi-s
U.S.A. will be made the following
night, along with the selection ot
Miss Photogenic Sharon Brown.
Louisiana, the reigning Miss
USA. will be here to crown her
successor
Miss Universe preliminaries will
1 1 -'.i^.'.l J ilj ',:;. and the telei 1
e following night The
Mi: 1 erse will be how
Ball at the F
Sunday 1
am
Philip M Bottfeld 1
1 tor -if the I
the third yea:- Arthur Ki J
1- igaii nt Pagi
11 -. .fid Daniel s M< N:.
1- 11pcr.1t, -
I'aul Levitan, director -if special
:t- (in- CBS-TV, will a{
e tin- telecast, with Clan
Schimmel a- associate pr 1'
and Vein Diamond as din
Day Dreaming On The Esplanade
Here on the blue Mediterranean, you may sit in the sun. gaze out to
sea and dream of ships sailing by with cedars from Lebanon for
Solomon s Temple, and of Jonah embarking in the belly of a whale,
nearby. Here on the Esplanade, one experiences deep feelings fir
Israel s ancient glories, mingled with the 20th Century exciteme-t
of Tel Aviv. For here are people from many lands, smart hotel1;.
European and Oriental restaurants, theaters and C3fes. opera and
symphony, colorful shops ... all expressing the S:mcha of Modern
Israel.
Sipping Yuban Coffee
Every sip of Yuban is a S'mcha m itself because it is the world's
richest coffee. The secret is aged coffee beansaged nke the best-
flavored wines and cheese. Then added to Yuban s b'endfor deep,
dark, delicious taste.
"
Beachite Gets
Carnegie Degree
A Miami Beachite has received
a degree from the Carnegie In-
stitute of Technology in Pitts
burgh, Pa.
He is Ira Benton Shapiro, who
w as awarded a BS degree in
chemistry at Carnegie Tech's com
menccment exercises.
Shapiro is the >on of Di
Mrs Arthur H. Shapiro, of 431 W
2!'th st.
IK- graduated from Miami
Senior Hi_h School in ls>58 At
Carnegie Tech. he was active in
Beta Sigma Rho fratern
The Simcha Coffee
ii ''-..
K IOSHER


Friday, June 22. 1962
*Mnisf Tkridiar
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W< rn< r-Kahn
MRS. WIUIAM WINKUMAN
Winklemans Will Live in Gabies
Mr. 3:11! Mrs William <> Winkle-
will live at 131 Salamanca.
ea when ihey return
iiom their honeymoon in Jamaica.
The torn r Mist Carla Silver
hange I wedding vov \- ith the
. 'null in noon ceremonies on Sun-
June it at Temple Beth Am
' bi Herbert Haumgartl ofiiciat-
The bride is the dauehtrr n( Mr
>i Mr- Albert Silver. 308 Cadi
1 a. Coral Gable.-. The groom is
1 -on of Mr. and Mr- Arthur
Vinkleman. of Ch.capo 111 for
erly of Coral Cable-
Maid of honor for her titter Wat
S Iver. Bridesmaid- in-
uded the eroom's sister Mrs
Sage, and Miss Barbara
i
- man f r his ton was Arthur
kleman Ushers were Steven
' er !>r Norman Hoffman and
riei .
the bride
gow; in 1 lassie lines of
-. and al<
rhe low scoop net
erii the .ilen
as did th< edge of the
odici p
11 on pleted the bodice
flai panel of the huge
skirl v ,. 1 n\ ered with
and thi bouffant ol thi
back 1: the skirl which
Gorber, Lechtner
Rites en Beach
Susan Penny Lechtner and Steph
en Garber were married on Sunday
afternoon. June it. at the Barcelona
hotel. Dr. Irving Lehrman and Can-
tor Ihrsih Adler officiated at the
ci remony. which was followed by
.1 reception.
The bride is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Harry Lechtner. of 441
W. 62nd -t The groom i> the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Rohtrt Garber,
! il9 Meridian ave
The bride's full-length gown of
chantilly lace and pleated organdy
had long sleeves and .. sabrina
1 rcklinc in r bouquet u ...- ol or-
> hid- and Mephani I -
N'ancj Lechtner was her sister's
maid ol honor. Bridesmaids were
Joyci Kravitz Mona Glasser and
Mrs Marvin Huh-hman
Barry Glassman was the groom's
le-t man I-hers included Warren
Lechtner. Jeffrej Kravitz. Henry
Goldman and Kobert Walters Jun-
ior ushers were Steven Lechtner
and Craig Marlow.
The new Mrs. Garber graduated
from Whitfieid School and attended
Dade County Junior College.
The bridegroom is a graduate 01
Miami Beach High School and at-
tended the University ol Florid..
in a -weep train, was appli- where he was a member of Tau
rjued with :h< lace motifs. The EpsilonPhifraten.it>
br;dai butterfly bouffant veil was After a wedding trip to Jamaic;
attached to her tiara of pearls and the couple will live in II

Italian Scholars
To Get Awards
Th I hi i. top sch i.it- in Italian
.it (hi University ol Miami will
receive awards from the Consul
General lor Italy, whose offices
are ii Ni w Orleans, La.
Mrs. Lillian Tedlow, of 835 K di
Lido dr., Miami BeactL "ill re-
ceive fir-: prize, a medal from the
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Second and third prue winners
;.re. respectively, Miss Beverly
Paoletta, ol 4030 SW 9th st and
Mrs Gemma Sica. of 2131 SW 23rrt
st. Both will recei\< book awards.
Wi rm Kahi
mas. pitir tHOUum
ended
crystals She earned a bouquet
of orchids and lily-of-the-valley.
Ncwlywed Mrs Winkleman at-
tended the University of Miami
and Wai^h school ot Business
Science Shi also went to Coral
Cable.- High School, where she
original]) met the groom
Mr Winkleman attended, the
t'tuver.-ity of Florida and Univer-
sity of Miami
a wedding reception followed the
ceremony at Temple Beth Am
h< n.e at
Beach.
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Miss Adler Weds
Peter Sherman
I Rcslyn Adler became Mrs.
Pol r Rii hi I Shi rman in noon
wedding rit on Wednesday
The brldt ..- thi daughti r ol Mr
and Mrs 1 con \dler. 108 4th ter.,
DiLidi [5'. Miami Be ich, where
r-i pmony was held. ith
Graff offii lai
The pro mi is the son of Mr
Mrs k Shermai I South
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AIRS. LAWRINCI WHIATV.AN
Miss Schapiro
Earns PhD
Hariette Schapiro, daughter of
Mi and Mrs M01 ris Si hapn
\\\ th ti : hi ri cei\ ed the first
. gh en in thi fii
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Dr Schai
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MRS. STtPHtN GARBIR
Miss Dolinger
Bride of MD
Miss Myrna Helen Dolinger be-'
came thi bride of Dr Lawn
Wheatman in 6:30 p.m ceremonies
on Sunday. June 17. at the Deau-
ville hotel. Rabb: Morris Skop of-
fii iati d
The new Mrs W 1. tman is I
daughter of Mr and Mrs Ji
340 Cat dia ave Coral
': ; < rhi .: om's 1 an nts an
Mr nd M Bt ard Wheatman.
Sw 9th ;. r Miami.
Fi r hi:- w 1 ,:: g thi bride wore
an elegant hiti in< i.-.- peau de
soie gown featuring an alencon lace
bodice with short sleeves and front
panel insert ol alencon lace. The
full skirt terminated in a flowing
Chapel irair. Her triple pouf veil
Of French imported illusion fell
lrom a crown 1! teed pearl-
Matron ot honor was Mrs. Alfred
R. -Miller sistl r 1 f the groom Mr-
Betty Hark.-, aunt of the bride, was
honor attendant. Bridesmaid- in-
eluded Mis- Patricia Lombardo and
Mrs. Leon Te.-min Junior brides-
maids were Miss Renee Dauer and
Miss Di borah Barnett Lisa Ann
Miller and Myrna Dauer were
flower girls.
Acting as best man for hi.- broth-
er was David Dolinger, and Barton
Feiler. Alfred Miller and Ben
Marks were ushers
Newlywed Mrs Wheatman attend-
ed Coral Gables Hi School and r<
11 ived .. BBA degrei from the Cm.
versitj < I Miami. Her husband went
lo Miat Senii Hi Si hi >l and
receivi BS and MD r 1 from
the Universitj I Miami His fra-
'< "ni ;. ludi d Alpha EpsUon
Sigma \ pha Mu in un-
adui ti ol At l M school
1 i medicine, e I to Alpha
Omega A Phi Delta Epsi-

Reception followed at the Deau-
Vllle Alter a honeymoon m New
York City, the couple will be at
home iit ti East 87th .-: N.Y.
Rabbi Abramowitz on TV
Rabbi Mayer Mi; spirit-
ual leader ol Menorah, will
r a rhe St.11 Small Voii 1
over Wi .1
ch. 7.
Sug0rine
Did you thnt only k
BABAD SELTZER WATER
is good for your henlth. Bnbod S.-ltr-r MM only 100", filtered wnter
Hint is salt ond moor free. Coll Fronldin 1-C789 for free home de-
livery in Miomi, Hollywood ond Fort laudcrdolc. *
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SWITZERLAND
SWISS
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Buy it s-Ticed or in a big
tasty chunk today for
sandwiches, omelets,
salad?, canapes ... for
breakfast, lunch, sup-
per and icebox raiding.
It's the one cheese
everybody loves for
true tuV.m of Switzer-
land!
Ta'am
of
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Jewist ikfiJton
Friday. June 22, 1962
AUNETTt
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Annette Seitlin i.- married to Lou. but she lives at Beth David
Congregation. Now. mure than ever before since she wai installed
- president of the Sisterhood thru weeka ago, tins is particularly
true. However. Ixu can't say ;. word, since he's now president of
B;th David Men's Club. Friends agree that they make an able
t( am both at home and in the synagogue.
When Annette was installed, their son. Larry, gave the invoca-
tioi using as his inspiration the Fifth Commandment"Honor Thy
Father and Thy Mother." It is typical of
Annette that this was one of the most thrill-
ing moments of her life.
Born in Glasgow, Scotland. sh< lost her
Scottish brogiu shortly after she arrived m
the V S at the aye of four. Her whole fain
ily was in business, and she learned early to
apply her-elf diligently. Incidentally, it is
also typical of Annette that she later be-
came the youngest buyer in the merchandis-
ing field of sportswear at Alschuls in North
Virginia. New York, and then at Magnums in
San Fram is<
To complicate the geography. Annette
was raised in North Carolina. Only ten Jew-
ish families and a Fi. Bragg in peacetime'
were her horizons. When Annette's father
I first met her future husband, he remarked
on :':. :.:< qualities of the young man's
fac< Annetti says that besides his "good
face," st ad) and serene, like Ten-
- brook thai flows.
was in the peacetime army, and for ten years she went
er with her lieutenant. He was in the Field Artillery Army
- a a.rid of it- nun that's where she became .. gour-
k Incidentally, they he Eisenhowers; and the late
Patten was Lou's comma] ng officer. Today, she'll look
- Bronze Star and shudder to think what might have happened.
n they finally settled d( wn in Miami. Annette admit.- she
elyJust not accustomed :c being a plain housewife. Be-
Miami was a big city to her Suddenly, she realized she was
. ; because her mind and her hands weren't busyand busy
them pronto. Today. Aviva chapter of Hadassah has a fine
- of her achievements, and she is now on the chapter board
. .- life membership chairman.
At Beth David, she excels ui fund-raising, which is of course
i afj this, in addition, she helps cut r.r Variety Children's Hospital
but never fails to find time for her own Larry and Rebecca.
f *
SVLART TOO
David and Bee Pollock went to Boston to see their one ar.ri only
graduate. Gail graduated with highest honors. "Wellesley College
Scholar." Then, they'll all' hurry home to complete final plans
1 a.. wedding on Aug. 18 fet the Fontainebleau hotel. Kemem-
Gail's fiance is Frank Cashman. of Boston.
* *
WAY OUT IN ARIZONA
Were sure that you will know you're a grandmother before
- eclumn reacho- you, Juliet I shlag 'Mrs Hi Lieber). The new
ama Mrs. Philip (Dorothy) Weinstein, jr.. say.- that son Stevie
lighted with his new 6 lb. 5 02 sister Susan. But daughter
Julie hadn't quite made up her mind yet. Congratulation.- to all
ncernedof courseDr. and Mrs Philip Weinstein. sr.
* *
GOOD CONVERSATION AND GOOD ONION SOUP
- are a little quiet in th< Daniel Neal Heller house on
r< dr.. waiting for Mr. Stork Things hummed the day
retired as president of the Harvard Law School Associa-
cf Florida. Speaker of the day- luncheon was Richard Gl
rector of recruitment for the Peace Corps. He and his wife
went to Dan and Diane's for cocktails, Herbert Klein and his wife.
Marcia Klein, and Prof and Mrs David Stern were there,
said that the conversation was so exciting and inter
She quoted Mr, Graham a- saying that there is a "forward-
ing pulse in Washington" these days. That's goodif true.
y all went to Jardin Suisse at the Roney Plaza, Have
tasted their crust) onion soup? S'wonderful.
-ft -* *
ABSOLUTELY DREAMY
bagpipes played, the ba ared, the cokes were icy,
jusl a few minutes I .'") woman's dream came true as she
spected the new houses in Montg merj Bast. Neil Schiffs pretty
Barbara, and In- mother ai i father Harry and Lilly Schiff,
that his housea are just terrific. Pat and Ed Strawgate, Irwin
-.. and Mrs Richard Wolfsor Robert H, Traurig, Mr and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Gi and Philip Weinstein all
... to congratulate N<

OFF TO NEW YORK
Ethel Nagler and Mrs Bi Sti< glitz both left b) jet for New
Ethel went for the er n, R >bert. to Ellen Duber-
ivedding i n I unti I she for a
md pped in New 1
Rome to v i it wii and his familj ..:. I to see
indd m hter,
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THEY FORGOT TO SLEEP
Newbauers, L Ira Levys and thi Bernii
Br;i Dl 'he weekend at Bi Country Club. The girls, who
If and card- together al! tht time, took their husbands "n their
kilt) money. They had sue; ierful time playing g;r,. golf and
:hat they forgot to go to bed. As a result they aJ] came home
i.i tdir.g a vacation.
Bride Weds
Air Officer
Marcia Arline, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs Stanley I Wineman. of
Tampa. Fia and Lt. Larry Iden
Schwartz were married on Satur-
day. June Ifi. in Tamp;'
Rabbi David L. Zielonka per-
formed the early evening cere-
mony at Temple Shaarai Zedek.
Following a i irmal uinner at the
International Inn. the young couple
left f, r a trip to California, the
Sealde World's Fair and the Can-
adian Roi kii -
Given in marriage by her fath-
er, the br dc was att:red in a can-
dli light s:ls pei u de soie urinal
b) Gaston Malli. Enhanced with
jeweled reembroidered alencon
lace, it featured an empire bodice,
tea drop skirt ending in a court
sweep, and a bateau neckline. The
eibow-length sleeves Of lace had a
scalloped edge, ami a draped obi
cummerbund spanned the waist-
line.
The three-tiered candlelight silk
illusion veil was attached to a
Gamelel designed headpiece of re-
roidered alencon lace, and a
cascade of white orchids and steph-
anotis tell from a prayer book
Mi- Fred Grossman attended the
bride
The former Mis- Wineman re-
ceived her early education in Tarn
pa. and attended the University of
Florida.
A graduate of the University of
elated I 'h"!"i:i ,,j>h :.-
MIS, STtVt MORRIS
Miss Lois Glantz"
Betrothal Told
Mr and Mrs Hershoy Glantz.
of 1401 SW 17th ter.. announce
the engagement of their daughter.
1. i- Brenda, to David Stuart, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hose:.
2151 SW lf)th st.
The bride elect attended Miami
Senior High School, where she was
a member of Anchor Club. Phi
Sigma Tau, and Debs Bin, she
is now attending the University of
M ami school of education.
lb i- fiance is a graduate of the
Universit) of Miami's school ol
business administration, where he
was a government major He is
past treasurer of Alpha Epsilon Pi
fraternity. He will attend the
University of Miami law school in
the fall.
MRS. LARRY SCHWARTZ
Florida engineering school, the
bridegroom is a first lieutenant in
the U.S. Air Force, currently serv-
I'lg at MacDill Air Force Base.
Mr is a member of Alpha Epsilon
Pi.
S, rving as his best man was
Harry Su-skind. and ushers includ
ed Lt. Donald W. Buruer. Martin
Steiner, Allan J Hall. Smart Hap
pee. Don Becker and Herbert
Yalof.
The young couple will live In
Tampa, when they return from
their honeymoon.
Music Students
Married Here
Loretta Barish and Steve Morns
ore married .,; Temple Emanu-
Kl on Sunday. June 17. Dr Irv-
ing Lehrman officiated
Daughter of Mr anil Mrs Sam-
uel S. Barish. 427 Palermo ave.,
(oral Gables, the brub. is a grad-
uate of the University of Miami,
where she was awarded tile Bach-
elor of Education degree. She at
tended the university on a music
scholarship.
Mr Morris is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Alfred A. Morn-, 2161 SW
22nd ter. He also attende-d the
University of Miami on a music
scholarship, and is presently at
Soethern College of Optomctry at
Memphis, Tenn on a Florida State
schola rship.
Attendants at the wedding were
matron of honor. Mrs George Bar-
ish; maid of honor. Miss sue Kauf-
man: bridesmaids. Miss .loan May-
ers and Miss Sheila Drucker; jun-
ior bridesmaids. Sheila Barish and
Patty Morris; flower girl. Miss
Cathy Band; and ringbearer. Bob
by Band.
Best man for his son was Al
fred A. Morris, and head usher
was George Barish. Other ushers
included Boh Kaufman. Joe En
right, and Albert AbramowitZ
Out-of-town relatives at the wed
dings were Mr and Mrs Lrving
Weinstein, Mr and Mrs Abe Bar
ish, Mrs. Al Katz, and Mrs. B< r
tha Morns
Alter a wedding trip through
Florida, the COUph wiil live in
Memphis
Miss Greenside,
Ronald Friedland
The i i ni oi in- daughter,
Bi He. i- being announced this week
by William Greensidi of Miami
Beach
The groom lo lie i- Ronald Alan
Friedland. He is the son ,,i \i:
Mrs Larry Friedland, oi 6060 Pine-
tree ,r Miami Beach
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M OUR TADmo* Of '
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Miss Miller Now
Mrs. Grabarnick
Pauline M..'< r and i I Gem
Grabarnick ex< ha led i
ding vow a '. Sunday, J I;
'he Deauville In : Ral h ving
Lehrman officii U
The bride i> t: e daugh; : it M-
and Mrs Charli Miller. I 116 I .
rd. The groom ; areni e \i
and Mrs. Joseph Grabarr-
West ave
Matron of bon< i was Mrs sin : .
Grabarnick. Tl Mi-- U -
Slofsky. I Inda Is er, Lind i Rp
and I.inda Linksman were brides-
maids, i.or.-i v. lack ted i
flower girl.
Martin Miller ".as best man.
and ushers included Bar Grab
arnick, Stuart Feder, Paul Sapor
ta, and David Lebofsk; Mark
(oiien was ring : arer.
The bride cho-i a silk .organza
gown with r, en cc an I
sea pearls and pearl sep,' 11, r
tram was n ength, id sin
earned a 1 I ill Pi of j rdein,,-
and lily-ofthi .....<:
Newlywed Mrs Grabs nick
tended the I ity 11 Miami.
The groom al-i v ent t the 1
vcrsity of Mil and 1 Eml
Kiddle Aeroi auti< : Ins) ite
Reception U Ih v ed I cei
mony. After a nej rr i spi I
in Nassau, the i It livi
llKii Tl-i -: Norm a Isle.
They will r -, n i their studies
the bride workinj towai teach-
ing career roo
aeronautical i eering
MRS. PHIUP CRABAR* CX
Guest Rabbi
At Temple Sinai
Temple Sin;., i; North V imi will
have as guest spiritual I ider Pr.
Israel Rerun i I Ti mple B h I
Laurelton, N Y.
Dr. Reno\ w all i ol
- rvices on s. i r aj at m
The topic i : r
"The Evolul Judai
1 eht of the 1 Si b Si
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York Cit> dui I pa
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MIAMI
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temple B'nai Sholom Sister-
hood had planned a swim
. nd dance party for last Satur-
aj night, when the weather up-
>ot tht ir plans < ailing it a Dry
Swim party, the Sisterhood
nsferred their activities to the
remple, u-inc a children's wad-
g p. .1 a ,-i "substitute" for
se who wanted to "swim
Among those who dressed cas-
ally were Mrs Abe Kalinsky in
yellow Italian silk slack set
jacket featured a floral print
orange, red ami yellow Mrs,
! .' iti gingham-colored pop
. i blouse "Inch was rutflcd
the bottom and worn over
liiti embossed cotton slacks. a
ppermenl green silk slack en-
li was the choice of Mrs.
Kamelhar Her casual fit-
i k< t w.i- printed in green,
.-, and orai
Mrs Ion Zeisil selected a
i s white and orange print
-. w ith a fitted midsection,
athers on the bodice and
le< es, ami a sheath skirt
ti s were the choice ni
Arnold 1'akiila. Her waist
. ise had a high
neckline, featured an
rinl in Mack, orange
(I pink, and topped the classic
pleated skirt. The
lar shirtwait, m sky-blue
itton, was worn bv Mrs. Fred
hillipi
\ glamoroiM gold lame black
nsemble was the choice of Mrs
> Norman. Her tailored
oust had long sleeves, and
< completed her costume
>ith high-heeled gold sandals.
Mrs Lee Cohen chose a shocking
ink silk slack set with a pink
nd white floral print jacket. The
kie"length jacket with blue.
and yellow printed on
le, and worn over a pair of
green .-ilk slacks was Mrs
Stein's choice for the "dry
party,

CISTERHOOD president. Mrs
Lou Aronovitz, wore an ice-
chambray with short sleeves
full skirt Her square neck
d bodice featured a white em-
red eyelette insert which
pered to a narrow V at the
aistline, stripes of black, grej
I ."own in a tailored skirt
worn by Mr- David Set-
i Her sheath skirt was in a
ate-colored grey
Mn Sam Black topped her
a a pants with a pink and
-aite wrap-around printed bodice.
\ large bow was tied on one
tie. The COUlotte skirt was the
loice i f Mrs i tscar Linden-.
fi Id in Mack and white plaid.
and was topped with the classic
-h,.rt sleeved blouse Fern-
. ruffles trimmed the long
11 ves and hemline of Mrs Tobj
it's black, orange and
ti print s.ik blouse Tapered
ii k s.ik si icks completed her
Me.
man of the part) w as
Irs Lew Leon Her slack Bel
was of homespun fabric, with
mint green slacks and a beige
"kookie'Mength jacket Cut
across the bottom like a man's
shirt, her jacket featured a ba-
teau neckline, three quarter
length sleeves, and gold buttons
down the front. Matching over
size gold pins were worn in her
Coiffure. Tunes and shades of
pinks, in a floral print, was the
choice ol Mrs Paul Kresel. Her
dress featured a scooped neck,
puffed sleeves and a full skirt
the sarong styled dress was
worn by Mrs Phil Dom in
aqua, with a small white figured
print, fitted bodice and an asym
metrically draped skirt.
The ten-timer" was the choice
of Mrs. Lou Levine. Red and
white were printed on a black
background of black on both the
Capri-length pants and the knee-
th Jacket. The jacket featur-
ed the high mandarine collar.
Mrs Harry Hirsch's lemon yel-
low sailcloth was in the pyramid
silhouette. It was sleeveless,
and featured oversized white but-
tons down the front, and over
sized hip pockets
MISS BT| tRDBERG
Caron Barusch
Now Mrs. Leff
Caron Barusch, daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Edward Baru-ch. ol 5M
Ponce de Leon blvd.. Coral Gables,
became the bride of Marvin A
Leff, 2832 SW 22nd tcr.. on Sunday,
June n.
The moraing wedding was per-
fcrmed by Rabbi Norman N Sha-
piro at Westbrooke Country Club
with a wedding brunch following.
Caron is a graduate of Coral
Cables High and attended the Uni-
versity of Florida.
Mr. Leff. .-on of the Eli Leffs,
of Miami, attended the University
of Miami and is a Coral Gables
manufacturer
Following a honeymoon in Flor-
nie. tht newly weds will reside in
Miami
Council Bids
Bon Voyoge
On Thin--,la\ B p m at the Al-
- hotel. 142 persons who com-
prise the group for the Europe-
Israel Tour sponsored by the Great-
er Miami Section, National Council
of Jewish Women, were to enjoy a
bon voyagi part) hosted by Coun-
cil
Program for the meeting was to
be modi rated by Aaron Farr, ol
Farr Tours, with a panel ol speak-
ers including Jacques Turner, gen-
eral .-ales manager of Air France;
Ak \a Goffi r. regional director of
Zim Lines; and Bob Munsey,
m v manager of National Air
All ore cooperating v ith the plan-
ol the tour which will depart
[dli d Anport on Jul) 20 ,
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Camp Judah
Double Sessions
Camp Judah of Dade Heights
Jewish Congregation will begin
June 25 to Aug 17 for children be-
tween the ages of -1 and 12 for a
five-day week. 9 to 4 p.m
Activities include swimming,
bowling, dancing, arts and crafts.
music-drama, field-trips and cook-
outs,
The two 4-week sessions will be
under the supervision of Herb
Weinfeld, camp director, and will
run from June 25 to July 20 and
July :>:t to Aug. 17.
Meals will be prepared by Mrs
C GetZ, dietician in the Dade
county public schools, and swim
ining will be under the direction of
a registered water-safety instruc-
tor Preschoolers will be under
the direction ot Mrs Arlinc Foster,
kindergarten supervisor of Dad
Heights
BUS transportation to and from
the camp will be available upon
i< quest.
Miamian Gets
Honor Medal
Airman Third Class Foster 0
'/< igler, -on of Mr- S ira C Zeig
ler, 1236 NW 27th si has bee:;
awarded the Imerii in Spirrt Honor
Medal ai Keesli r Air Forci Basi
Airman Zeigler was selected for
thi award for having best d
strated thi ol lea i
which express the \mencan spin:.
or, initiative, lo) and high
example to comrades in arms
n* month ms'puson
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Miss Erdberg
To be Married
Mr and Mr~. Harry Erdberg,
of Birmingham, Ala., announce
the engagement of their .laughter.
Betfe llene, to Morris Louis Spec-
I r, son of Mr. and Mrs Irving
Spector, of 1022 SW 12th st .
Miami.
Miss Erdberg graduated in the
June class of the University of
Miami with a Bachelor's degree
in education and will teach in
Miami She was a member of
Delta Phi Epsil in sorority.
Miss Erdberg is the grand-
daughl r of Mrs Hose Erdberg
and the late Joseph Erdberg, ol
Oklahoma, and t.f the late Mr. and
Mrs Men Landers, ol Birming-
ham
Mr Spector is a native Miam-
ian. graduated from Miami High
Si hoot, and received a BBA degree
from the University of Miami in
1961 He was a member of Alpha
Delta Sigma, ad-, rtising fratern-
ity
He is a grandson of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel J. Spector. pioneer
Miami builders, and Miami pio- ]
neers, the late Mr. and Mrs. Mor- ,
ris Dock.
The couple plan an August wed-
ding.
David Shapiro (left) surprises his mother, Mrs. Joseph Shapiro,
by appearing and lauding her at the installation luncheon of
Hebrew Academy Women, when she received the gavel for
her fourth consecutive term as president. Rabbi Morris L.
Horovitz (right), assistant principal, installed Mrs. Shapiro and
her officers.
On i*ie lawn ol Histadrut headguarters in Tel Aviv. Frank
Sinatra accepts a silver-bound Bible from chiefs of the Israel
labor movement, who were sponsors of his recent eight-con-
cert tour of Israel. Proceeds of the benefit performances
have gcone toward construction of the International Youth
Center in Nazareth, where Jewish and Arab children will
enjoy social, cultural and athletic activities. Sinatra's first
visit to "the land of the Bible'' was part of his round-the-world
tour for the benefit of underprivileged children.
UM Girl Gets Another Award
Mi s Breiitia Ann Blumberg, a
senior at the University of Miami.
is the recipient of the Mary B.
Menitt Award given to the out-
tiding sororit) woman of the
year
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs Abner
C Blumberg. of Highland Park.
N J Miss Blumberg received the
ard at the annual Panhcllenic
workshop on Ma) 3 Presentatioi
li i y lii an Maj A Brun-
on and past Dean Mary B Mer-
rit: before some 6 K) sorority women
and administration leaders
Listed in "Who's Who in Ameri-
can Colleges and Universities "
Miss Blumberg will graduate on
lune 12 with a degree in education.
Fhe served as president of Phi Sig-
ma Sigma for two years and has
been chairman of activities, home-
coming, publicity and rush.
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Fridoy, June 22
IHRUCH
Al Ehrlich. active in hotel din
g 1'i'oni management in Miami
Beach since IflM, has teen nam-
ed manager of the lounge and
restaurant a: Soutbgate Towers
> owner Nathan S. Gum-
enick announce*'..
Ehrlich comes to Soulhaate
from the Sahara motel, and pre-
viously had been maitre d' at the
Dunes and Nautilus During much
his career, he divided his
, between Miami Beach in
i winter and eastern hotels in
the summer, and for a number
years was connected with the
Empress at Glenville, N V.
Lawrence Hoffman. former
Miami Beach municipal Judge and
> a Lincoln Mall practicing
Bttorney, is one of the new leas-
ers of the Venetian Isle motel
Monsignor'S restaurant there is
i nder the guidance of Jorge Mil-
bet, one of Hoffman's associates.
Milhet. who used to cater to
housands ever> day, sold his
i st in Chez Milhet, is now
. ing it on a slightly reduced
scalebut in quantity and not
. aalitj

The Miami Press Photograph-
As-n will hold its second an-
r.ual Mike Ackerman award din-
ir at Miami Spring- Villas
Playhouse on July 1. Ackerman.
iormer Acme Newspictures and
. ;i photographer here, died in
3960.
*
Dorothy Israel. 122200 Vista
- So Miami, will have a show-
ng of eight of her abstract paint-
gs in Frankfort, Germany, this
The paintings will be en
route July 1 Mrs Israel is own-
a of the Gallery on Coral Way.
* *
Capt .lack Manson and wife
. : were recent gut sts at
ny's Fi sh Market. Man-on is
Uled Marine Corp..
ently built the PT 109
h v. arnei Bros ill use in
filmii President Ken-
it's N servici
v. II.

Camp Counselor
Arrives Here
Israi! Da> Camp ol Miami
tli 'lines the arrival of
Israel Rosenfeld, of New
k, who will serve as the camp's
-.. |i Rabbi Rosi nfeld
studei t ol the
viti er Rabbinical College
: :. auspices
Ffice ol
v. rkes L"l Chii uch
| bj Ral ; : Abrah K
le l.K'llltles
heel for its
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dale elolhier Austin Burke will
narrate a Negro fashion show
July 4 at Hamp'.on House. Miami.
part of a contest sponsored by
HOFFMAN
the Miami Times to find the 12
best-dressed Negro men in Dade
county.
Dave Bondu. columnist for
the Times, who is coordinating
the contest and show, said it is
part of a continuing effort by his
newspaper to foster pride in ap-
pearance among Negroes
Six of the winners will serve
as models in the fashion shew
and pick the outfits to be mod-
eled from racks at Burkes
Miami Beach StOT<
Sid Efronson and Ronald Sin
german, who opposed each other
in the recent South Miami coun-
cil election, spotted on the same
doubles tennis team at West-
brooke Country Club
*
After a successful run with the
dialect comedy. "Abies Irish
Hose Ralph Marino has sched-
uled the situation comedy. 'Glad
Tidings." as the re\t rlaj his
Gallery Pla> house in C r. I
Gables
Sid Casell, well-known for !;
stage, television and motion \
tore roles, a.- well as his fine c'i-
rectora! assignment. .J bo;.i
I and star in "Glad Tie-
with the talented B !tt;
O'Keefe playii | site him.
in, cast includes Barbara
atured role and Eu-
- v. 5. E. C Sawyer. Ann
i '.house Helen Grossman.
D,:\.(i Rogers and Reuben Gub
i: man.
At installation of Chai chapter. B'nai B'rith
Women. Left to riqht are Mesdames Herman
Hammer, social secretary; Joseph Pollock,
hospitality; Ben Hammerman, recording sec-
retary; Diana Sondberq. ways and means
vice president; Esther Lerman. Miami Beach
Council president; Ruth Corey, coordinating
vice president; Sophy Paul, financial secre-
tary; Paul Gaier. treasurer. Stcnding (left to
right) are Mesdames Ethel Goldman, parlia-
Chai Chapter
Installs Officers
Chai chapter. B'nai B nth
Women, held its-annual installation
i officers here at the Deauville
hotel.
Mrs. Oscar Rosenthal turned ov r
the gavel to Mrs. Elora II Sinick
as new president Chairman of the
(!;.> was Mrs. Max Kern.
President of District .S Women.
B'nai B'rith, Mrs Alfred Reich,
served as installing officer. Guests
included Judge Milton Friedman,
president of District 5, B'nai B'rith;
Mrs Esther Lerman. president,
Miami Beach Council; and Mrs
Ida Optner, trustee.
Musical selections were by Miss
Kay Harrison, accompanied at the
piano by Mrs Oglfl Bibor Stern.
ir.ei.t-.r.cn; badie Steier, guardian; Jen; Coh-
en, prcgram vice president; Plata H. Sinick,
-. ng president; Max Kern trustee Os-
c. Rcsonthal, outgoing p:es;dent; Myma
G: i nb'at, membership vice pies.cent; Gl
Zixrr.ermcn historian; Nathan Rosenblum,
ser.;:r"l. Not shown were Mrs. Paul K
cciresponding secretary, cr.d M:s Ida
U
ici t.uitee.
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Three honor graduates of Miami
Beach llii;h School's class of 1958
received the Bachelor of Arts de-
gree, two of them cum laude. at
Brandei- University's 11th com
- -, -"!:; Sunday.
M Ruth i! Kati and Miss
Ruth VV< instein, whose degrees
n awarded cum laude, and Miss
Cynl lia M Cohen wire among ap-
pr \ --. 'y 270 undergraduates
more than 70 graduate stu
dent- honored at commencement
exercises focused on the theme
"Education in International Per
-pi ctive "
M.-- Katz i- !.'.'
Mr and Mrs Joseph Katz, 1143
Wist ave In high school, she was
a member of the National Hi
Societt treasurer of the Fr< nch
Club and a number of Quill and
Scroll, the yearbook "Stafl and the
liters rj magazine stafl She won
Ihe lirst and sir. ;: J ar i I
medal, the third I
Spanish medal and. in 1958. the
County Spanish M<
A Spanish major ..'
she h as named ti thi Si
Dean's List ever) semesi
was also a member
i.-h Club, the French Clul
Oriental n Week < tte< Miss
Katz has taki as chil-
dren librarian n th< I
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Miss
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Richard, son ci Mr. end Mrs. Seymour Hcrcvitz, receives
the ennval Aaron Fiscnstein Scholarship Award to the out-
standing student cl Temple Ner Tamid's it. cious school.
Looking en is Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, as Acron Eisensteir.
makes the presentation.
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Friday, June 22, 1932
+. Jen 1st ftrrinf/tr
Henry fssenberg
Josef tuck
Writ. Pomerance Jack Stevens
J^ar As c ;ft to lubtcribsrs, The Jewish Floridian will present free
for the asking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah.
Requests should be addressed to "Corsage for You," P.O. Box
2973 Miami 1, Fla., one month in advance. Include the name
of the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and pia:e of the ceremony
hone address and telephone number. The corsage will be
forwarded to ycu courtesy of Blacksrone F,o.ver Snops in time
for the occasion.
ID illiam Pe-^erance
in >IT ; l Ices, Juno
.'i i i Dai i: gregation will
"l>"l( Bi v ih if William
erai Ra bi Norman
Shai ro will
rhe I ar Mitzva i .- the son ol
Mrs Pomerance
il i iter eig le al Pal-
Ito J nioi ..I m the
s an a and stamp
. the Boy
Henry '.-:n ztrg
: Mr. and
- : id 1-3 1029 Ma-
Cor II be*
i.KTcth Ja-
il li lay, June
uncle "i
/. a ng.
student ;ii
e Leoi [i j'i, here
mho:- tool band.
lenl al Beth
D.-vid i igious ho ii, with which
- |).in .!> art' I. Prior to
r heir enroll h David, he
tend*i the li it ademy and
erthereligi school at Tifereth
The Bar Muz. i ill in addition
i chani :ig the tra li inal Maftir,
i reai the I' irtion.
Henry Bar i ill be Ob-
ved on the idaj ol his
thei. ho is Ra i Heim's twin
ter. Among n relatives
tx Mr, ar. I Mr I iseph Issen-
Lawr e, Mass,
Andrew Plciahar
!t ing spmtual
ei ret El, will
the -. ah ci| An
it M i : Mrs N uh
on 3 morning,
a- i : grade stu
a M inior High
.- r.is yea hei e he is a
f the ho il band. He is
of Temple Emanu-EI's
Troop >). and will re-
Mve lh Eagle Scout Award, one
o' the .'. -i i i 1- obtainable in
icoutii
>r Lehrman will also present
kmi itt >ba Si Nor Tajnid He-
ard luring the Bar Mitz-
1 set ice In addM ia, Andrew is
ind his other
nclu ita p and coin-
lere I orate the oc
hi Iparents,
rs. I Lti lerbach, ol
h tored l
following
p Delano
Page 9-B
the fall. He plays piano and the
i lie Lasl year, he was a member
the accelerated mathematics
li 53
In honor of his Bar Mitzvah,
David's parents sponsored Kiddush
iollowing the service. Rabbi Nor-
man N Shapiro officiated
*
Robert Usherson
Bar Mitzvah of Robert Mark
l'sherson will take place at Beth
David Congregation on Saturday
orning-, June-3. ""
Rabbi Norman Shapiro will offici-
ate
Robert, son of Mr. and Mr- Her-
bert L'sherson, will enter eighth
made at Shenandoah Junior High
Si hool in the fall. He plays the
alto and baritone saxophone, and
has won awards for proficiency in
music and science

Jack Stevens
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will ol-
I i iate al the Bar Mitzvah ol .lack
Stevens, son ol Dr. and Mrs. Theo-
d< re If Stc ens, on Saturday morn-
June 23 il I'emple Emanji-EI.
Jack just completed seventh
le at Nautilus Junior High
Si hool. where he is a member ol
tin band. His hobbies include asi
ball, music and science
A reception in his honor will be
held Saturdaj evening at thi \
ers hi
Here to celebrate the i 11 asion
v ill be his aunl an i uncle ol New
York City, Mr, and Mrs. Jack Mes-
Robert Usherson /Mitchell Solomon
Mitch* S: : -on
>l Mr. and
.. rd S [7936 Bis
' mi Beach.
: '.. Saturdaj
nple Men
abbi \ iramowitz
ti
in Temple
''- n ll and at
igh School
'at' :- '. rd of the
A reg it:ona K Idush will
'.., nlng serv-
a re Mitchell's
bi fid Sal rdaj eve
e Socia [all
His
hornir
The
eighth
J inior
I
Villi I Z gl#r
ill will ol
ih of wii-
rs Z Saturday
- lune .,' r impla Zion
Mil ib the ton of
-:ler. An
Wesl Miami
-ii i ; won anI
the Fair, and i
Jocll Grundman Borry Benenleld
plans to c intinue his studies in the
Temple Zi"ii confirmation class.
Kiddush will be tendered by Mr
and Mrs, Ziegler in their son's h mor
at the conclusion of the Bar Mitz-
vah cerem
Robert Kussner
Saturdaj ces, June
..j. al Temple J idea \:il include
the Bar Mitz\ ah il Robi r) Kussi
on i f Mr and Mrs Israel J K -
sner, BOS Sevilla ivi G iles
Robert s a stu ii nl in the sevei th
Junior Huh
- H
Kid. usl
ci uests
. i
:
I
11.

Sarry Be.-enf:'d
M
ill tak
I in w A
will
; f Mr. and 3
Nath III NW 37th
et S > |hth
gradi the Hebi ^cad
pmj was
year, and
en : the

the Bai
David Saneari
David N f Mr. an i
Bar
Congrega
June '
Da\. the
at V.
E. Albert Pallot, chairman of the Miami beautification com-
mittee, and Charles L. Crumpton. chief of the Project Plan-
ning Division of the Metropolitan Dade County Planning De-
partment, look over the Miami River with plans for basic im-
provements. Crumpton will deliver a special Miami River
report before the Scation group and guests at a lu
eon meeting open to the public Friday noon at the Biscayne
Terrace hoi
Jack Grundman
Rabbi Max Lipschitz will officiate
at tin- Bar Mitzvah of Jack Grund-
man during services at Beth Torah
Congregation on Saturday. June 23.
Son of Mr and Mrs. Harry Grund-
man, 675 NE 179th ter., the celeb-
rant is a student at North Miami
Beach Junior High, and won a boi-
ing trophy presented by the opti-_
mists.
In his honor, there will be a
Kiddush following t h e ceremony
and a dinner at the Sorrento hotel
in the evening.
Elliot Tobias
Elliot, son of Mr. and Mrs Len
Tobias 19200 NW 5th ave., h 111
,crve hi- Bar Mitzvah on Saturday
morning, .lune 23, at Congragation
Sehudab Moshe Rabbi Sheldon
Steinmetz will officiate, and Can-
tor Maurice Neu, uncle of the celeb-
rant, will chant the liturgy.
The Bar Mitzvah will enter the
eighth grade at Norland Junior
High and the confirmation class in
September He is an accordionist,
Here for the occasion will be
Elliot's grandparents. Mr and Mrs.
Jack Tobias, Detroit, Mich., and
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Goldkin, Chi-
cago, 111
In honor of their son. Mr. and'
Mrs Tobias will sponsor the Oneg
Shabbat on Fridaj evening and a
Kiddush m:i\ bullet luncheon fol-
lowing the services on Saturday
Jose* Luck
Temple Beth Sholon: will be the
site of the Bar Mitzvah of ,i >sel
Alan Luck on Saturday morn
June 23 Rabbi Leon Kronish will
Hi : ite
.; isi: is .i student in the Beth
Sholom confirmation class I 5724
Michael Auerbach
e Vuerbach. son ol Mr
Mrs I rj \ >rl ... h, 70! Para Us
-. ill become Bar M
lay morn.
..( Temple Beth Am.
Michael will spend the summer al
amp in Israel, along with his
. Joan ll, and younger broth-
Dai 9 He will enter ninth
le al Ponce de Leon High School
fall
Michael has been a student at
Beth Am with Rabbi Herbert Baum
ind Cantor Charles Kodner,
who will officiate al Ihe Saturdaj
sen ice
A dinner party in his honor will
... held Saturdaj evening al West-
ke Country Club
Schwartzman Wi!!
Attend Confab
In Jerusalem
Louis Schwartzman, executive di-
rector of the Bureau of Jewish Ed-
ucation. has been Chosen is one ot
the 30 professional delegates to
represent the United States at a
world conference on Jewish educa-
tion to be held in Jerusalem on
Aug. 12 to 17
Schwartzm i ently re-
eel 'd national :e pn enl of
the N Ed
ucati :
The local delegation to the
world conference will be headed
by Leo Robinson, Bureau vice
president, as official delegate,
and will include Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Harari, Rabbi Alfred
Waxman, Or. and Mrs. Nathaniel
Soroff, Dr. Jotaph Unterman,
and Rabbi Shimon Azulay, as of-
ficial observers.
The agenda of the world confer-
ence on Jewish education will in-
clude discussions of community re-
sponsibilit} to Jewish education,
teacher education, Day schools,
place iii diaspora education i
elementary Jewish education, The
program also includes reception by
the Israel Minister of Education,
IOWIS SCHWAKTZMAH
the Ministry of Religion, and greet-
.: gs from the Mayor of Jerusalem.
"Purpose of the conference is ">
review the situation of Jewish ed-
ucation in the diaspora, to higr
liisht the significance of Jewish
education for creative Jewish sur-
vival, and to discuss the feasibility
of organizing an international bu-
lean for the exchange of informa-
tion and to promote cooperation .n
he advancement of Jewish educa-
tion," Schwartzman explained
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Bellinger, of the State Board ot
ellealth, Bureau of Narcotii -poke
aspects of the narcotics prob-
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Friday, June 22, 1982
At ceremonies in Beth David Congregation on
Sunday, where the Samuel J. Spector Hall
was dedicated, are seated lleft to right) Mrs.
Lou Baron, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel I. Spector,
and Irving Spector. Standing ileft to right) are
Julius Spector, Mrs. Leon Levitt, Elmor Spec-
tor, Mrs. George Burney, and Louis Spector.
Speaking for his wile and children shown
here, Spector declared that "my family and
1 are proud of what we have been able to do
for Beth David and the community."
Miamian Wins
Insurance Award
Stanley Rosenborg, a represen-
tative of the Henry Weiss Agency,
general agent for the Berkshire
Life Insurance
Co.. Miami ant
West Pal rr
Beach, has beei
named as a win
oer in .'i nations
six week com
pany sales con
lest.
It (i s e n hers
p I a c < among all exper
ienced agents in ROSINDIRG
new paid health premiums dur-
ing Hi" company's annual Maj
loyalty campaign
He entered the life insu
business in L958, joining the W
Agcncj m l:"- < i l.
library Closes tor Summer
Central Hebrew Library of the
Bureau of Jewish Education w,\[
I close for the summer beginning
June 18. Return of books
accepted at the office of
reau, according to a:;
men! bj Mrs. Anna Sim
reau librarian.
Dora Stein Sisterhood
Dora Stem sister', i
: ir meeting Tues I ij -
the Israelite Center.
Seiavitch Gives
Officers Charge
cir"l''- Seiavttcn. president of
the Florida State Federation of
B'nai B'rith Lodges, officiated at
the joint installation of the con-
regation and Sisterhood of Tem-
ple B'nai Sholom on June 17
Seiavitch is a former president
of Gilbert J. Balkin Ledge, and
of the South Florida Council of
B'nai B'rith Lodges.
Installed as president of the con
gregation-was Gerald Greenfield,
with Sol Kamelhair. 1250 NW 180th
iter.. as corresponding secretary.
Mrs. Louis Aronovitz was in-
stalled as ppresident of the Sister
hood, with Mrs. Scl Kamelhair as
corresponding secretary.
UNIQUE!
MAGNIFIQUE!
1SL
Hebrew school students who completed five
years of religious education at Temple Men-
orch at recent graduation exercises. Top row
left to right) are Steven Stamler, teacher, Mrs.
Nathan Robinowitz. Russ Leskowitz. Simon
Cohsn. Lawrence Merer, Phincipal Herzl Hon-
Classics AZA Captures Crown
or, and Stephen Rose. Bottom row (left to
right) are Chester Zerlin, Barbara Roth, Max-
ine Bloch and lames Sobie. Also graduating
but not shown were Joy Greenberg, Shelly
Hyams, Gerald Greenhouse and Edmund
Davidson.
Classics AZA won the BBYO an-
nual track meet held at Flamingo
Park on May 27 Seven AZA chap-
ters competed, and over 200 spec-
iti : watched the competition.
Classics, led by Ed Donnerstein.
ho captured the high-jump and
broad-jump, edged Shield AZA 4!
to 37. Dan Kofler. also of Classics
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AZA whose team totaled 35 points
in the meet. Mike Genden won the
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in their third place triumph.
The annual track meet was spon-
sored by Classics AZA, chaired by
Steve Conn in cooperation with the
South Florida Council of the B'nai
B'rith Youth Organization.
Summer Racing
Hits New Peak
Summer greyhound racing in
Florida hits a new peak July 14
with the 19th running of the S10.
000-plus All-Florida Championship
at the Biscayne Kennel Club.
William R. Moore, presiding
Judge at the dog track, who has
officiated at every All-Florida
Championship since its inception.
Wednesday announced nominations
for the state classic will close
.lune 30. It is open to top grej
hounds racing in Florida, subject
to Moore's approval of 32 en-
trants
Contests are slated for July 3
with four eliminations 'two each
night) July ti and 7
KING
ARTHUR'S
COURT
The
SINGING STRINGS
DINNER SUPPER
MIAMI
SPRINGS
VILLAS
500 Deer Run TJ 8-4521
ART BRUNS Co-Owner
Wv
CABANAS WITH PARK NG
AT REASONABLE RATES.
Coll Abe Gefter JE 4-2141
June '3 Sept M
Reserve now for the Hioh Holidays.
WHY TRAVEL?
Superb Foods and
Ocean-Front Luxury at
VERY 10VI SUMMER RATtS
Venetian wH Motel
Miami Beach
RESERVE NOW
DAVID ROSNER'S
item;
ID^elary lowi Strictly Observed
CONSTANT IAIIINICAI SUPERVISION
MASHGIACH ON PREMISES
On the Ocean at 67tn St
Miami Beach
Miami Phone UN 6-3831
SAND-ELL1PJ CATERING
/). r 7446 COLLINS AVE., MIAMI BEACH
ties UN 66226
f%r Bar Mitzvahs-Weddings-Parties
Under Supervision of
Sol Weiss UN 6-5278
Catering Manager
Lester Siegel Wl 5-4084
GRANADA
HOTEL
1013 MERIDIAN AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
Phone: JE 1-0496
OPEN ALL YtAR
C^JA P*r week
*vU pe.r prson
2 in room
ALL ROOMS
Includes
3 KOSHER MEALS DAILY
Salt A Sugar Free Diets
Catered To
EVA 4 TERRY SPONDER
Ownership M'gmt.
20 Venetion Cousewoy
JE 2-4228
CONTINENTAL BUFFET LUNCHEON $1.35
All Cocktails 50c During Luncheon from Noon Until 4 p.m.
Dinners from $2.85
fish fflfjnyKCT
Handsomest Seafood Restaurant
anywhere in the world!!!
LUNCHEON from 85C
SERVED FROM 11:45 A.M.
DINNER from 2-25
ownership.. COCKTAIL LOU NO Ampto
Tony Sweet's PHONIi ptrHa] n> ta
Restaurant 865-8688 promise*
N. Bay Causeway (79 St Causeway) Miami Beach
OPEN EVERY NIGHT
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Friday. June 11. 1932
vJenist fhrHton
Page II-B
hi
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in.. .
ipiv Mny

hi" Wife,
M AX FRIEDMAN
-i illi il Ma
.'' from
I served with
lit Si !. fill II .
Metro I'ul
Hi i hVrel
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND TOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO 56291
Jl'l.irs m i irci \ i;i:
li
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i .. \ : i i, iiim ,| Al| |,
LEGAL NOTICE
"i Demands Ag.....-i 1.1.
> until iiiir,
NOTICE UNDER F CTITIOUS
ME LAW
* TICK I-' UK It KIM GIVEN
_
\\ i-VVASl
'
Al:i: YERM VNi K
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"' "-' :.... ,,.,,.
. .- v. V 7 f, ':''''; NOTICE UNDER F CT.T.C
--.N- ; Miami BHh, > Hi rlrta. within < lendai NAME LAW
I II- ciinic hi I.". .-.,: M- hs from ll.
' i I. X.J., mid was a
" lurm owner, Survlv-
' unil (coil. R< SE 'HI 'i K li Km
ivi Mai i River- v N'ORMAN URI'l'KKR
I.Hi- of I'm fir-t pub-

h |>i

Stuart Whitman ight) and Broderick Craw!
from 'Reprieve the film wh rison life -: John
Resko, who became a famous pail urir.g his 13-year in-
-rcerction. T -..- powerful story now ing it the Carib,
:'i Mira :63id S'.reet. alsc Sahara, Ray
Walston, Vincen! 7::ce. Rod Steiger. and Sammy Davis Jr.
UF Sharpens
'Single' Drive
I niti 0 Kuni! i its pro-
.li fi r ne si : er jear"
i .'ill l i ees with a
i ipter plan i..... meeting
nded by the ads if leading
i rii and Drga n;zal ions
Heading the i i plan
i mmitti ..-il- ii D ioIj pres-
i ent or Oscar K I Vssoc Inc.
"We hope to achieve total fed-
eration of fund-rais:ng. which is
the desired objective of most
employers and e ? syees," said
Daoty.
All Dade county employers with
2i or more employees will be in-
vited to register their firms as
I uted Fund chapters.
It was pointed out that churches,
hospitals ;md other chanties not
eligible for membership in ihe
I nited Kind would not be affect-
ed by the proposal.
The purpose it he United
Fund is to consolidate as many
ppcals us possib i under one
drive. s.-id J .v I K:-lak. 1962
campaign* chairman 'The chap
ter plan is th1.' ficsl -'-'P in this
direction."
JOSEPH STEINER
.;...
inn I New
Miami Public
... H.
II, ll ......
i ii ml
i
U
Alton i
I"T I :

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
S< 'Til i: IS HKitKIIY lilV'KN thi I
Hi. indi in-d
-
..f ItEX-LYX PRESS, .; Kam
t
i mi ral ll urn
f the t' :.
.
HARRY I!
-

IS LILLIAN VOLKMAN
Ih st X
Muj 12 si.. in
from Cam.lei \

I- Mill
H
MRS. CELIA MASTERS
'','' \: |-.. ... ...
, ">>> SUI \l\ (; ;,:. hi r IlllS-
- and .i brother,
in HriKikl.Mi
l>> llll I im I,. Mi -
'
NOT.Cfc UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
V HKRKIiY GIVEN
. |i
N '' IIKRKBY lilVK.N
...

"f I.MI'l IRIAI. .- M.KS I'll \
I I ......
... iih t In
I
MITXIK
. i > ni -
NOTICE UNDER F CTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Si >T l'K IS 11
" '
.
l'K STATION
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of PAN v I Si! al
1 S Mlai Miami i

'|i k of il i oi
I- 'Ml.1.1
HERN IRH l-'ISHM VX
MRS HELEN SADOFF PINlfi af A.I KIM \V|i "A
S\V I -i Ii Kt., ill. .1 Ma i 13
inie here 17 year* ago from HENRY NORTON
Slu nm......ml., i oi Beth Vtturnej (01 Applli
'' hi Surviving are '''"' |:-'..... Building
hei h usba d, Jai-ob; a nun Milti in Minn I
[w liu lulling Ml ii Hiu i let
Kasow i|\, grandchildren, two biro-
and two sinters. Services wen NOTICE under Fictitious
Ma> 13 In Riverside Memorial I'hiuiel NAME LAW
i"intl.i- id NtlTll'K IS HKKKKY UIVKX thai
the undcrslicned desiring to enKaici
MISS IRENE BLUMSTElN In liuslness indi Ihi fli'lUloUi. nanii
'-" -I NW IS.'.th tcr., died In .1 .-.ir SHANNON PARK SERVICE STA- W Kent Jameson,
accident Apr. 21. Surviving are her TION ai V34.1 N.W 22nd Vv.-nue, Mi- l"l S\V Ifith nl Miami, Florida and
i-.i'iii-. Mi and .Mis. Shine) Blum- ami. Klorldu Intend ti reKlatei said HI* ih mlnlnal with Ihi rlerk of
]!'"' '"'' '"" ltr, Marsha ana name with the Clerk .-t th* circuit the I'ourt on li hefori Soth da] of
THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE
'TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT IN ANO
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY NO. 62C6628
I .11 IHX liKNA N'TI,
till
IIKI.K.V .1 liKX VXT1,
herein int.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
Tl 'II
Jon u w sand
III* W ||| : V -
I'ollll IS I tl
V.. 1 .11 111 n ll) nol Ifled ti. Hi
answer to th,
* dl\t rce filed aftalnsl you, 'ti plain-
United Fund campaign chair-
man, JJay I. Kislak 'left), looks
over sorr.i material on the
chapter plan with Oscar E.
Dooly :hairman of the chap-
ter plan sommittM,
OlitH*
1 '. 1 :: .- ll illl-m
> ; 1 the U 1 -'i -
> rn's At In New ^ ork.
Survn in wife, Tel thl
- -'. Ilr ; md five ;:r.lllil -
Irei nJei llrei
Ion ... M* utial 1 'hapel,
\ -I
I Klaine. Sen.....s were Apr. M In River- Court of Bade County, Florida.
id< Memorial Chapel, Alton rd. r.\ri. mm.1.1:11
JACOB W. RABINOVITCH \.......C for Owner
:'..! S430 Alton rd., Miami Beach, died <; \ E 3rd Street
tV" v'.!1'' 1 ''','"' h're ,17 >,'a's a~" Miami Shorea, l',..i,.l.,
from Norwich, 1 onn and was a arad- ,......
!:at.- ..f New v.Hk Cnlveralty. lie was
1 director of Brandela L'niversit)
\aan and Jewiah Home fur the Aged
and a member of the Miami Beach
i.oard .-f Realtors. Surviving are hia
vvit.-. Marlon: a brother, Nathan, and
n --ister. Mrs. Sally Stromer. Borvlcea
were Apr. It in Riverside Memorial
chapel, Niirinaml) Isle, with burial in
Mt Neb 1 'emetery,
ISAAC STRAWGATE
9. '( l'.| NE ."--n,l at died Apr. SO, He
mie ti.-r.- ::' > earn :,., fr-mi New Y01 k
6 -'.'.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Jul), IUSS, or Judgment !> default
w 1.1 b* enten .1 against \.,u.
hated thi- lMh da) of June, 1861.
E. B I.EATHBRM \\
1 lark of 1 'it.nit 1 'ourl
Bj M CAY AL.AR1S
1 -: Deput) Clark
!2, 2 7/1
rtc*
MRS RUTH WSIN3ERG
: ,!- I:. h
Sn ? here 11 > ears
Broil Montreal iiul in
f the United 1 r .r Tru< -
. 11 .: h
1.1 :v\.. la I'rin i
d; ii nd me -1 -' es w ere
I sl<
FERDINAND OAR" ELD
IV* M
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..--.,.. 1 \ r irk md v -
. .
. N Miami Bi
Ml i".' I
V,
' .' 1 B
- ih. 1 iit.i four
.In May 21
. Mi v.t.-n
HENRY SOERO
<. if Milterd !. li.-1 M.\ 11
|t..rn .n <' : 1. i im the r S
I enteieil 1 ii- watchmakiua
:i Prior t"
1 1 in Ml.lllll. he
had icned -weir li 1 >erb)
111,1 A "onn Lo -ally, h.- a 1 -
a in- Email 1 El anal
Knen iai Ian in Ml -
mted to I leth
- 1 He waa ai
live It < 1 fin here
hi 1 1......\. .1
ll Ml >l
' mil wan a
: I s rvl\-
1 Mrs. K iv,.
'
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V -
-
thi inderalgned, desiring t.> engagi
in business mi.1.1 tin fictitious name
..1 SAM'S HEFRIOERATION at 11-
Colllnn Avenue, Miami Beach Klorlda
intend lo register aaid name with
ih.- 1 "li :;, of thi 1 'Ircull 1 "ourl <-i
l lade County, Florida
PALi 'I 1. IXC.
, WALTER B I.EBOWtTZ, Eaquire
and was a r-.-tir,-il necktie inanutaclur- Attorne) foi rfelco, ini
He wag a member of Elka i^.iIk,- ""h Ural Street, Miami Beach, Florida
surviving are i.i sons, incltnlitiK Moe. 6 :'-'. ::
Services were Apr. L1:; in Kivemide Me---------------------------------------------------------------------------
morial Chapel, Alton rd. NOTICE UNDER FiCTITIOUS
NAME LAW
MRS. FLORENCE LEVIN NOTICE IS HEREBY I11VEN that
V" '"..', 1',.,"',> ,lr Nl|ainl it.-.oh. iiie.i the undersigned, deslrina to engngi
API .1 sne came here l" years ago In buaineaa undei the fictitious n.im.
11 'in 1 ...c.--Mil.- I'a ami was a mem- of MODERN FRCIT SHIPPERS at
!! ',!..,'"".'. .-M.,'.n..iaii. Surviving: are in;. Wa.-hiiiat..n Avenu. Miami
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN thai 1,TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT IN ANO
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. NO. 62C-6383
PAPHNEE CWRTEKN,
a Widow .
Plaintiff,
WILLIAM I STii.Ni: and
PAl'LINE STONE, his will
and ERNEST Yol'Ni;. an.I -^
A LICE Yi ll'Nl:. hi.- u it, .
I '-!-11.l. 111 .-
AMENDED ORDER OF
PUBLICATION
TO William I. Stone an 1
Paullni St..ii.-. in- .. if.
i- o Van Courtland Hotel,
142 \V. at iHth mi, t.
New York, New Y01 "
Y-.u an hen b) notlfli .1 that an
amended bill .if complaint for the.
for, i-4osun .: ., mortgage has been
1,.1
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ipii
PH LIP SUKROW
r.. Coral 1 iablcs.
1 Hi one here 11 earn
li ind was an apart-
,1 11
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO 49395-B
IN 1:1: K-l lt Ol
IL EN VN'IIEH i.li\ IN
ve
nt
lam. sol 1764 N W h Street,
M ml Flot Ida and fill original
answei ... th, iiffln "i thi Clerk "f
the 11.: '.tit 11 ..1 ;.. fore the
2M h ilH) .-I Jill), II"..' ll you fall
In do .- .1 il. .r. pro confi ssi ill
iw .1 11- was a meminT notice of intention to make .....,,,.,1 ,t.n,-; ioa -, ih. ,..i,..f
x'.'i'. ''.,.".,"|.,"w.,."",T,m',|"" APPL|CATION FOR DISTRIBUTION ,f
. I ,-.,,; J,,,',' .- AND FINAL DISCHARGE
-,. iiMio !" ..N'"" V ......' B I EATHEHMAN
1 wen iHi.e dlrecl on id I n ',' .' It Cm,, I
M monaS Chapel Di.iiglas r. ncharg. .,- Bj 1: 11 i.wu v>
1 '-'' Vdniinistral Ix C.T A of the ...
MRS SARi- 3 LEVY
Mill
'
M I
- 1 '
- in idlna Mm S.irpei
,. \' 1, M*
n \
MRS HANNAH 3ERS0N
Mi .-ni
lied Ma:
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Ma) : Mi
LEGAL NOTICE
w
\

of \LEXAXI>KK LEVIN, !.
ll .lills .
w il! appl) Ihi lit

NOT.CE OF PUBLICATION
M
N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT Coin IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SIDNEY wKS
S\V 2.1th May 14. Hi
14 yea :.,lil in
1- 1 -tired gift shop
' was 1 .:i i| H
md a M.iso .1 i-lving ire
HI It. ,- 1 .: .-.
Ma) !' -. ti. m,.
- .1 Cloug iirl
- a NG JR.
1 I Mn ii In


IhVrl A
1 in.i -i Mr Luvern
II :
mil Mrs hi*
Linda,
a 1 : Servl v
....
MRS. BETTY COHEN
Ml .mi Beach
-. years
Sew \ ind was a mem
id
I
R483I SAMUeU OAVIS
W 7tl bed May IT
I u 11' Sit*.
- u, Ma>

IN A\3 FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 5b!8' C
'.- :
i:i.-ll i: I'TAI.,
\OTiCE TO CREDITORS
I 1 md All IVisoiiM
i lemands Vg.i Insi
- ii 1 1:
1 "i Iflcd .1 i-i pi I red < Ml mil I- hi It I-.
alms and demands
\ iu ma) have against the
ELSIE i: I'TAL, deveased IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
1 IVnU Count), Florida, to th* IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
hade County, and FLORIDA in PROBATE
111, 11, the NO 49327
in Pade 1 'ount). IN RE
within sl.\ calendar m.....h- tJl'A'RhlANSHIH 01
I rirsl piibll......11 AHELE NANCY L1EHERMAN,
1 il tl 1 me l^ ill be bai 1 A M Inm
11 \i;ii\' \i m (SEN. Exei'utor
IRK .\ I. \/. \K
il-
lion 1 ml fins
\- \ I'T.A
of 11 i-stati
'I
-.
CARl.A PINS LEY IN
K' >Y N Ell \ VI '. \\II ll \l ER
Utm .
I2H Lin
.' -'_"'
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY iN CHANCERY.
NO 6?C 6623
IRKN E \'l III i.\ ICA IS, lYI >,
I 'lull
\ -
WILLIAM I" P.Ol
I ', :. t
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ti wii.i.i \\t k Bi iYH
Si'.nh
Han r lot onta rio,
' 'anad .
V'i ere hen h) notlfh .1 hat
a Mil 1.,1 I ,i>. has
... against \ 011,
re.|iilreil to servi a cop) ol youi An-
swet "i I'll adlng to thi BI of 1 "om-
plaliil ..ii : l>. plaintifl \ .
PAIL KW I rXEY. i:m.i 12(1 I.in. .In
\ ,.\ |'v
1 : '. itt Road
leach. Kl la
; :':. :"
t,
1 1 i 1 .
- ring 1 !,.

Max
hrignter, Mm
lldn wet
ii. 1 : k *lth loci in nta b)
,t
iAMUCL SADKiN
' .
iiul wu a
He wa
Miami
I' : 1: I 1
1 ,-:h
1
Mi'
V
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai 1I1I1 Count) .liidg
lh underslaiaed, drrlHag i......cage i Fbsrida for appro! ii
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE Road Mi.mt I'.. ...1, I ,,, m_
APPLICATION FOR TRANSFER OF Ihi tnswei oi Pleading in
Kl'NUS \N'l' FINAL hISCHAR'lK th. offlci ol thi CVrk ol the Circuit
Nn.....- herein uk. ii thai I havi Court ....... bcfori Ihi 23rd da) ,.f
'"ed ni) : .., i- mdn July, ls2 If you fall t" do liidat-
md I n.it i ... li.--.-. as '.' nilan .-i ment b) default will l taken asalnst
thi inlnoi child, Adeii Sane) Llebei you i ., rebel denial.....I in thi Bill
in in, and i ha I on thi ol of i 'omplnlnl
the Hoi This nntli shall be ppul llshi once
l'"1- This it..11, shall l.. published one*
-.ml in THE JEWISH I- I ,i iRI I > \
in busini under th* fictltioim n nn< Final Report and Transfet , i RESAl'RANT Pl'ARTO SAOCA, I in of thi mlmi chll \i. i

ABRAHAM T ilLVERMAN
,.r-y
\\ entn M ami i n it
; name
with il Ircull "ii i
'ount) l Ida
111,'Mil" PARIS '
.^ .,. IU ll.-l
KESSLER -s 11 Mis
\ | \ ui-
, I. 'A
N- ,i. 1.1. l-.iman
hati i this : -i It da) ol Jum l62
MILTi IN A 1- RIKhM w.
Petltioni i
llll Alnale) Building
Ml.Hill .!_'. FlOt I'll.
Mil T< >N A I llll- 1'MAN
Vttorne) fi r iuardlaaanip
iiii Ain-lev Itufldlng
M iml 12 I i..i "la

I'i'M-. AND ORDERED Miami
1 loi Ida, this 1Mb rtai ..i June \ {>
E l: I.I-: VTHERM W Clerk,
("ircull Court, hadi Counti Florida
i Cout i s. ih
B) I. S'NEEDEX
I '.iiiiu i
PAUL KWITJOtY
Ho Lincoln ii".i
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorne) foi Plaintiff
6 IS, 2.i T 6, 13


Page 12-B
*Jenist fkw*M*n
Friday. June 22. 1962
UHDIU THt STIICT AMD CONSTANT 10CAL KABBMICAl SUPIKVISION Of KABBI TIBOK H. STtBN
1200 FREE
MERCHANTS
GREEN STAMPS
FREE! FREE!
FREEZER SALE!
There's one sure guide to more enjoyable eating: choose your
meats and poultry at your nearest Food Fair Kosher Meat Store.
You'll get SELECT QUALITY at ECONOMY PRICES, while the cut
and trim assure you of better cooking and tastier meals. For
maximum SAYINGS, stock your freezer during this sale!
We will CUT and WRAP your freezer purchases at no extra charge. Please place your order
EARLY for the wholesale CUTS you desire.
Every Pound of Meat Sold with a Money-Back Guarantee!
r BEEF CIC
Forequarters 3 Jit
165 to 175 IB. AVERAGE
PLUS 500 MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
BEEF
CHUCK
90 to 100 LB. AVERAGE
PLUS 300 MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
53i
WHOLE RIB
OF BEEF
c
lb.
BREAST
OF BEEF
C
lb.
30 to 35 POUND AVERAGE
PLUS 100 MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
WHOLE .... 10 to 12 LB. AVERAGE
PLUS 100 MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
RACK OF
LAMB
5 to 6 LB.
AVERAGE
791
PLUS 25 MERCHANTS GRE6N STAMPS
CHUCK OF
LAMB
15 to 20 LB.
AVERAGE
53l
PLUS 50 MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
- GENUINE GRADE "A" WHOLE LIVER -
Steer Liver AQc
10 LB. AVERAGE lb.
PLUS 50 MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
Calf Liver
2'2 LB. AVERAGE
1
.25
lb.
PLUS 25 MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
PRICES IN THIS AD EFFECTIVE THROUGH JUNE 29
NOW SIX KOSHER MEAT STORES TO SERVE YOU EVEN BETTER
2091 CORAL WAY
MIAMI
CORAL WAY
AT S.W. 87th AVE.
Westchester Shopping Plan
163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER
NO. MIAMI BEACH
2662 HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD
IN HOLLYWOOD
19th ST. at ALTON ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
10th STREET and WASHINGTON AVENUE
AT MIAMI BEACH
MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD FAIR


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Page 10-A +JeislJnfrridRftr Friday. June 22. 1962 0 Leaders Can Will Federation Success Lefcourt Following is the full text of tho address made by Sidney Lefcourt, newly %  elected president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, at Federation's 24th annual meet ing Saturday evening at the Dupont Plata hotel 1 want to thank you for the honor bestt wed on me and for the expression of confidence thai il repre.-. i i* l recognize, however, the responsibilities thai the position cari with it, but I i.'.'l confi that with the excellent slate ol ficers elected, this coming j r v ill be a year of real progress for oi r Federation. I have been close to Federation for many years, and I believe thai 1 re< ognize Ih %  problems thai I K e iil would like to discuss with you l i .. few moments my concept of these problems, and how I feel they can be overcome. Probably, the first step in attack i | any problem Ito recognize that il exists, and perhaps we have not b< en completely honest with ourselves in facing squarely the matters that have given all of us concern these past few years. The Greater Miami Jewish Federation, as well as any Federation, is a mirror or reflection of the community it represents, and there can be no argument with the statement that our Federation is the reflection of a unique and unusual community. It is a community with one of the greatest population increases in the United States, drawing people from all over the country and from all economic levels. It i s a ( mi %  • that attracts to i the i : efforts of inii imerable i rgai iz iti ns, creating multiple appeal problem th it has : grav< c< nc rn to all ol us. a community that, because ol .•. rapi : growth, ni eds facilities and services far in excess ol those v. t have been al le to provide foi the pas! several years. Prescription for Future These are the br< a 1 vital probface US. and 1 can make a v or> I niti .i emenl at this time, u r .. ihe people in this room, ho l regard the leadership of Fed (ration, really want to solve them, ihey will be solved. The success ol our Federation will be decided by the attitudes that are built up in the community. and when we accept the fact that our Federation is the prime, central i1 ganlzation representing the heart and conscience of our community; when we accept the fact that it is to be referred to honestly as "our" Federation and not -the" Federation, and when we regain the enthusiasm and actual affection for Federation that some of us have lost — then we have taken a major step forward in solving all our problems. It is my honest opinion that the leadership of Federation represented here tonight accepts these facts GREATER M 1 -WISH FEDEE chance that we get. Let these peo p e know by our attitU e that our Federation is more than a fundraising organization, that it is the hearl and soul ol our Jewish community, thai it ithe place where we gel toge her to w irk out our problems, and that it is th,' forum win re we concern ourselves as to what is happening I i our fellow Jews Let us also •' %  • %  the community what we m an by 'he priorit) and primacy of Fed i ation We don'l • an thai il is to be the only • izatio v because a Fe leration I der I not be a leader if he wen nol %  oncerned with other good causes. Bui I believe it does mei n in t A. realizi thai a strong iral i ;aniza in is essential I strong community, and that no other activity be permitted in any way to weaken it. 1 Rabbis Condemn Commercialization Of Services to Mark Jewish Festivals The Greater Miami Rabbinical ices, even by existing congrega Assn this week declared that it lions, in areas outside their own does not condone 'the practice on geographic locations for the purpose the part of individuals or groups. 0! using any Jewish Festival to commercialize religion and. in particular, using the High Holiday services for financial profit and per-onal benefit." In a statement issued here, the association declahred that it "recognizes the need for fund-raisina activities of established congregations for the maintenance and continuation of their varied community programs Continued the statement: "It also understands that certain seasons of the religious year naturally lend themselves more advantageously to the pledging or collection of dues, fees, and other financial commitments. But in denouncing the commercializing of religion, the Rabbinical Assn., reiterating the sanctity of the High Holidays, was also severely critical of "arrangements of services in public halls, hotels, etc for such purposes, and the ailvertisi men! Of such servicein a commercial fashion Also denounced was "the arrangement of High Holiday servHome Marks Farrier's Day Women's Auxiliary of the Bikur Chi ..m Kosher Convalescent Home honored residents who arc fathers al ;. part) on I ithei Daj las! Sun lay Mrs Geri Kumkin and Mi Fannie F irs tein pre! enti I a pi gram of soi i in m of th< • II %  lion %  in' ers, was Mi ( Ratner of fund-raising and attraction of new members and contributors.'* But this does not. the statement clarified, "refer to the provisio >l services for substantial groups ol bona fide members of existing congregations who may reside i areas other than that of their own House of Worship Declared the orgeniiation of South Florida spiritual leaders: 'Such practices are considered to be flagrant violations of the ethical practices of Judaism, and we look upon such deviations as effort to violate the sacred spirit of the High Holidey services in particular and Judaism in general." Concluded the statement: "We therefore urge all responsible members of our community to identify themselves as member-of an established congregation, wherever possible in the area in which they reside, and to worship in its own pre cincts." Sidney Lefcourt. newly-elected and installed president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, addresses the annual dinner in the Dupont Plaza hotel. and is willing to assume the responsibility of carrying the message to the community. We have people among us who, after livir.g here for 15 or 20 years, still make the statement that Ihey give back home. We have people living among us who give far less to our Federation than they contributed in the communities from which they came. We have people livir.g among us who take great pride in relating to us the success of the institutions in the cities from which they esme. f-vt we have not yet been able: > gthem io uke that same pride a -.d interest in the institutiers of our community. This is not an unnatural situation. We cannot expect to cut the ties and loyalties that have taken years to bind and replace them immediately with loyalities to a relatively new community, but what we can do is to begin the process ; of selling our community every Priority of Federation kow the pressure that manj cf our leaders are under from worthy organizations that wish to raise funds in our midst. It is in this sensitive area that we will know in a short period of tune whether the priority Of Federation is to be B fact. No drive can be successful without the support of the people in this room, and when you decide that multiple appeals are to end — they will be ended Our Federation must recover the prestige which it formerly had ir. this ccmmuYry, and to reqain it I believe we must revert to a basis of hones; values. Many of the testimonial dinners given in Greater Miami are richly deserved and sincerely offered, but I also believe that many others are dc icate: only to the theory that the recipient '** his friends can be maneuvered into giving. It is this second tyoe of testimonial that in my opinoin tarn, ishes the honors given to those who deserve them. This is Just as true when a man is given a title, for a title should be intended only as a deserved honor, and when it is given and not deserved, every devoted worker for Federation is down gra ed in the eyes of the community, our leaders must use their influence to see that honors are given only when deserved, and when our community recognizes this tact, then our Fed eration can regain the respect that it should have I have no illusions that an) man can do this job alone Our Federation is completely dependent upon you — on your Interest, on your dedication, and on ) loyalty if you fail. I fall; and I results of our failure will be [e throughout the communty — in our local agencies and by the pe ipl who depend on them for nee ed services Eye Toward Future I am confldeM however that 1 am I ning to gel the supper! and i elation that 1 have asked for this evening l have the feelins |h il are going to take a new look al %  ome a n %  e I ave taken for grant ,i and raise M to the level o( prestige and imp ranee where il be, mgs I have the ie< thai %  he v.. gel together one year from • to celebrate twenty-five years service Io the community, we know v ithi ul a IJ question th Federation is a vibrant organiza hon reflecl ng an interested .^v. I ate l community, and thai ,,. r ea lj lo lake our rij htful plat i among ihe large Jewi h commun Hies ol Ihis country. SHERATON 1 HOTEL 8 CONFIRM BOTH ROOM AND THE RATE IT'S DONE VIA ggggBB SHERATONS EXCLUSIVE ELECTRONIC COMPUTER! Just call Pfe 1 0961. 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Page 2-3 +Jenist Fkrili3ir Friday. June 22, 1952 %  Blood Sank Being Expanded .' ed i \ ailments marily I >r emspan led to include residents the 530 unit : Sehw ai %  I Hinder peral sll Ml %  Hi "" tal has s fers i'' rship to resid -nts i ; donation, ., made for them. ne • 1 blood .... %  ; %  %  :•, m through any i lywhere in the L'n states." Mrs Schwartz Mrs Schv\art, i "charter resi ilent of S %  Nathan S u %  ave, cember I 160 n mi %  • >•! i'\ eral civic i i Ahich Temple Menorah Players in a scene from the annuQl spring festival piesentation, "The Pleasin' Seasons. Left ::• right are Judge Theodore Nelson, Mrs. Herbert Kaplan and 3en Alter. Menorah Play Pleases Crowd \ hilarious comedj enl I U I "''. %  Pleasin' Seasons" :ipresented by the Menorah Players t' an overflow audience .it Temple Menorah's • initial >pri:iL: festival last Saturdaj night. The musical revue was writand directed by Mrs. Bob Bloch Parodying well-known musical hits. The Pleasin' Seasons" por' iyed Temple lite in music and 1 comedy Temple members who starred in the shou included Ben Alter. Men's Club president: Bob Bloch. Men's Club past president; Judge Theo-1 ciore Nelson, past officer; and Siste' hood vice presidents. Elayne Kaplan, Esther Bloch and Muriel Weston. Others in the cast included Paul\;S R B A,"-. Fl %  %  Kaplan 5 Helen Sega Norman S W te ir Ma me R e vi t z presid Temple Menorah, presented Mrs Bloch with J -hen 'f American Beauty Roses an paj %  i tribute "to her devoted sen ice > the Temple over the last eight year" Mrs. Bloch was also presented with i hand-illumiaated scroll designed iy Irving Billig. Lazarus Women Dinner Meeting chapter %  > %  B'nai B'rith IOI i a dinner meeting Tues lay, 6 30 p m .it Li lining r iom, ill feature :i B'nai ndoi tnnation conducted by Mrs David Shirper, In charge ol Mrs Hannah F te \': by the chapter ia paid-up i ship swim • rate of Mrs -'.' end si Piesident of Temple Menorah's Sislerhood. Mrs. Ray Morse, tea at poolside for Mrs. Low: n :e West riqht Mrs. William Carmel. Rehearcil is in anticipation of c "i bei bring-a-new-member" tea next Wedm -Hay at tiie of Mrs. Weston, who is member vice president oi pie Menorah Sisterhood. In tidditior. to tea and ments, an afternoon of fun and en'ertainment has scheduled, including a specially-written skit entitled na My House.'' Camp Judah to Open i 'amp Judah wil directm First sessii n is to July 20 Second if begin June 25 — v ''-' ] ~ to \ ig 17 for children between meals will be prepared bj VI the ages oi 4 and l'J for a ti\. Getz, diet-clan ol the Dad daj week The two four-week public schools Bus transport sessions will !><• held under the |' %  from the camp will be a i sup -rvision ol Herb Weinfeld, camp hk UDon request. fc=q TORlNE Bit*? JWY Women In Top Posts Mrs. Le'nore Wander, past president of Abe Horrowitz Post. Ladies' Auxiliary. Jewish War Veterans, was unanimously elected senior vice president of the Depa rtment of Florida at a recent meeting here. Mrs. Sea Left MM ippointei program chairman for "he ie partment. and Mrs. Ced Zukor was mimed hospital chairman. Mrs. Left and Mrs. Zukor are aii past presidents if the MM auxii iary. The auxiliary was to meet Thursday. 3:30 p.m.. at the UBtr tied bldg.. 2300 NE ITlst st.. No. Miami Beach. foe i short business meeting tellowed f x games night. CERTIFIED KOSHER AND PARVE AJAX is used in over 3 times as many New York Jewish homes as any other cleanser because Ajax has new instant Chlorine Bleach that bleaches out stubborn food stains In seconds. For stains, greasy film, black pot marks, nothing cleans end bleaches better than new Ajax. Product of Colgate-Palmolive Leaders Launch Fund Campaign More than 50 of Surfs Sum den B I the 19§2 fall cat ilm iral George %  '• Surfsid Brs the Chase Federal \--r. was enl ite ; .:••' in Miami '.'• i Northi iianaou hat his %  -ite ikm m I % %  -•• 'ion. in harge H MUI ML ,v:!l !>ert Poppsti, at 48" leeea bh l. Charles Clements ir.. chairman of Division !i it' ;h j ITMlerf Neighbors DtvisAea, which comprises Miami Beach (South; and Miami Beac'i North, ntroduced Lester R Barnhill. United G d Neighbors Divis ,.Aau..,. m ~*KT Testimonial for /Mrs Bloch A testimonial m oriag Mrs. Esther Bloch was held Wed nesday bv the Temple Mei Sisterhood at the Desuvttle hot?! Mrs. Jerry UechlowUil MI La charg.; ol arrangemeats. Makes a great side dish. Goes with meat, with dairy, with every meal. Goes with every member of the family. Goes with such speed, they're gone before you can say "Heinz Kosher Beans are strictly vegetarian, strictly nutritious, strictly the tastiest, time-savingest side dish you ever dished UOS'fZSl HEINZ KOSHER VEGETARIAN BEANS \07/ Every Ubel carries the seal ol approval of THE UNION or ORTHODOX JEW.SH CONCAEGAT.ONS or AMERICA.



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Page 12-A -JcHlst.norkUan Friday. June 22, 1962 L> Hebrew Academy Holds First Graduation Exercises at New School's Auditorium Martin Kahan (right), son of Dr. Aaron Kahan, and a member of the Hebrew Academy ninth grade 1962 graduating class, .s shown receiving The Jewish Floridian Journalism Award presented annually by the paper. Making the presentation .s Leo Mindlin, executive editor of The Jewish Floridian, who c:lso was guest speaker at the graduation exercises. Rabbi Denies Complicity In Israel Kidnap Charges JERUSALEM — (JTA) — Testifying in his own defense. Rabbi Bin^amin Mendelsohn of Kommemiut settlement, who with three others is on trial for alleged complicity in the abduction of Yossele Schumacher, denied that he had anything to do with the kidnaping of the nine-year-old boy who was taken from his parents because of fetrs that he would not receive ;T Orthodox education. In a dramatic statement occa: • %  •Tally interrupted by chocking tears, Rabbi Mendelsohn told the court that he had no knowledge of Yossele'S' whereabouts and had nothing to do with the abduction. He expressed sorrow that those hiding him did not heed the call of rabbis urging his return. Rabbi Mendelsohn branded as a malicious lie all the stories told I by an earlier witness about an alleged meeting of rabbis at which jit was decided to abduct Yossele 'and declared that such a fabrication was reminiscent of the "black j libels" of which Jews in the diajspora were accused many years ago. "It is a terrible libel," Rab( bi Mendelsohn declared, "an woe [to me that I have heard such a .lie told by a Jewish witness under ; oath." He concluded his state1 ment by dramatically reciting the i "Shema."' RELIABILITY QUALITY SERVICE S GELB Monuments INC. 140 SW 57 Ave. Five Bloc\s from Mr Nebo Ph. 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The Hebrew Academy held its first graduation exercises in the Academy's new auditorium last week at 2400 Pinetree dr More than 650 persons attended the 1962 commencement ceremonies for the allday school's ninth grade. Principal speaker at the event was Leo Mindlin. executive editor of The Jewish Floridian. who discussed "That We H a v e Been Brought to This Day." In his adcVeiS, Mindlin offered the graduating class "a view of three heaven*." One, he called "the technological, which naive as it may seem, is the simplest. Man will either conquer the stars, or he will not. This is for the astrophysicists of tomorrow to decide." The second. Mindlin related to traditional Jewish history, which he called "man's highly personal identification with God It is here," he said, "that Jews must exercise Uieir greatest source of intellectual and spiritual understanding. Like the artist, who can never be comfortable, or he will never create, the Jew must continually act on this identification by serving as the active bearers of the ancient Jewish heritage." The third heaven, he called %  A merican Jewry's heaven on earth which is far less than heavenly." Charging that American Jews have become "too comfortable to practice the purposes of the second view of heaven," Mindlin asserted that Jews in the U.S. today merely hope to assure their entry into private clubs and their immunity from anti-Semitism." Mindlin called upon the graduate* to relate the second view of heaven to the third by bringing into practice the knowledge acquired as Hebrew students at the Academy. "It is necessary," he said, "that Jews not only be as 'numerous' as the stars of heaven, according to God's covenant with Abraham, but that they also be 'luminous. Robert Galbut. valedictorian,, renivid the $100 Rose and Samuel Ritter Scholarship Award. Oilier awards were the Louis fcferwltxer Salutatorian Awards, to Miriam Weiss and Irving Jacoby; Rose Mid Harry Genet Hebrew Studies Award, to William Leff; Beikie and Samuel Reinhard Bible Award, to Carol Ester man; Jewish Floridian Journalism Award, to Martin K.i nan; Alumni Midot-Tovot (Charaten Award, to Allen Finkelstein; Hebrew Academy PTA Service Award, to Michael Robinowitz; Hebrew Academy Women Math Award to Thomas Goldring; Charles and Viola CharcOWSky Science Award, to Randy Makr\ sky; and Hebrew Academy Social Studies Award, to Ian Temple. Chairman of the evening was Lee Rosenhouse. invocation was delivered by Harry Weiss, and the benediction by Bernard Zyss Salutatory addresses were presented by Miriam Weiss and Irving Jacoby. Diplomas were distributed by Don aid Swartz. assistant principal. English Department. Class prophecies for the ninth grade graduating class was presented by Arler.e Greenberg and William Leff. 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Pcce 8 A +JewistfhrkJiain Friday. June 22. 1952 Youthful Miamian Leaves Profession Here fo Take Up Study for the Rabbinaii Z:. Henry Kinq Stanford, newly-appointed the Federation reception committee. Left to president of the University of Miami, guest right are Arthur Ungar, Baron de Hirsch Meysreaker at the annual dinner, is shown with er. Dr. Stanford, Max Orovitz, and A. J. Harris. CJA Announces $1,425,000 for '62 T'e 1362 Combined Jewish Ap brought pledges totaling SI.4: rOO, general chairman Cal Ko'-ens reported to the 24th an f meeting ol the Greater Miami J< sh Federation in I he Dupont I' ... hotel Saturday. H'nreceived a plaque from A .". Harris, outgoing Federation pr-ident. and he -said he accept> "as the representative of the r y dedicated, hard-working peop.t who have served at my side dur.'.ng the past months 5 anlej C. Myers, a founder and pas" president of Federation, was. Chi nun of the dinner meeting. rmm; the campaign a "very hi bling experience, Kovens ; nued: m sure that my associates— <>'.: my predecessors—will agree when you come through a c paign like this, and live to tt. about it. you come out a battit-" ardened veteran. The big difference is that you Cc-i't get hardened doing this set of thing. You -iet concernc that so many people, at home •ltd abroad, depend on your efft-ts. I think you go into a campaign like this sort of impressed with your title as chairman—and come out of it realizing that no matter how much you've done, there is so much more to do and so many more people who need help." Kovens announced four awards for "outstanding leadership in the 1962 New Horizons campaign." They went to liyland Rifas and Marshall S. Harris, chairman and vice chairman of the important Trades and Professions Council: and to Mrs. Inez Krensky and Mrs. Esther Weinkle, who headed the CJA Women's Division. Mrs. Weinkle announced that "a large share of the credit for the success of the Women's Division campaign goes to Mrs. Fay Ablin, who headed the women's Initial Gifts Division. Kovens praised Rifas and Harris for "amazing accomplishments." He said they "enrolled more than 140 divisional chairmen into the work of this big and important council, coordinated th'eir work, and personally supervised the tremendous job of following up on the council's many activities." Discussing the "tremendous enBeach Podiatrist Authors Article Z; Herbert Feinberg. Miami Be. ch podiatrist, discusses comm; licating in health education f ,i_.i the written word in a roc. ->f the Journal of the Ai ric in Podiatry Assn : .paper was one of ,i series le1"%  panelists at the 49th Rabbi Labovitz Scheduled '. .ibb: Eugene Labovitz. spiritual • ei >t Temple Ner Tanud. will I hosl on the "Worship Hour" -, duled for 11 a.m. Sunday ing, iver ch. 10 television. annual meeting of the APA in Miami Beach last summer. I)r Feinberg is a graduate of i the Illinois College Of Chiropody Foot Surgery in Chicago, and is affiliated with the Greater Miami Jewish Home for the Aged. The Miami foot specialist is a member of the American College Ol i < Orthopedists and the American Board of Chiropodical DermatolOgj He ieditor of "Footprints." .. publication of the Florida Podiatry Assn. During World War II, Dr. Feinberg served in the U. S. Army. thusiasm and efficiency" with which Mrs. Krensky and Mrs. Weinkle headed the Women's Division. Kovens said "How our dictionaries have gotten away with listing horsepower and manpower, and omitting woman-power, really has me puzzled The work of Mrs Weinkle and Mrs Krensky was little short of awe-inspiring." Greater Miami and the University of Miami have a "renc'sivous with greatness," the newly-appointed president of the University told the annual meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Dr Henry Stanford King, guest speaker at the dinner, who will take over July 1 from Dr Jay F. W. Pearson as head of the university, said that the University of Miami and agencies coordinated by Federation "have the common denominator ofproviding citizens an opportunity to reach their truly human potential." He called the Greater Miami area a "great laboratory," adding that: "The nation is watching our experiment in Metropolitan government, the fame of the Jewish Home for the Aged is widespread, and the nation's eye is also on this university in anticipation of the significant education enterprise in the making here Dr. and Mrs. Stanford were guests at a reception preceding the dinner Co-chairmen of the reception committee were Sam Blank, Boron de Hirsch Meyer, Max Orovitz and Arthur Ungar. Harris, outgoing president, told members assembled at the dinner that doctors' orders had compelled him to remove his name from any consideration of a second term. A Miami man, with a ing rec irt of professional sen i re in synalies here, has de< li I to p ic* up and take his il %  and U children to Cincinnati. Allen I. Freehlii >r %  "!<: executive din ctoi Te m p i e i % %  El for ll e past tv j ars. is |< ,.\ rig South Florida ol discnchantmenl Q • ,.iy. Freeh!ir3 has been imbued with the ipirit of Judaism, and he'll be ofr to Cincinnati this wc;k fo enroll for rabbinical studies at the Hebrew Union Col ege-Jewish Institute of Religion. How does he i it — this I su< ci ssful admit among other posl served hen as ass stai t to tin vice president ol Ste< ei Markets and .i.in account exi I e with Hank Meyer p i fu m" T got the idea," Freehling lid Wednesday, "as far back as Sunday school at Temple Israel 1 guess it was mj relationship to Rabbi i •nan A Zwitman there Rabbi Zwitman. spiritual leader For Very Special Occasions... 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Pcge 4-A +Je*i$ti %  fbrkMar ..i %  % %  %  %  %  Friday, June 22. 1962 %  HE CUBAN voice at the oth"cJewish Floridian C7TICE and PLANT 120 N.E. Sixth Street "•^artTSyfi^ Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 Second-Class Postage Paid at Miami. Florida. Engli.h'.Jewi.h Newtpapert, and the Florida Pre*. Aan. during the week ... as i see it by LEO MINDLIN FEED 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 seemed strained. "Vou mus" help us." the man said, his speech heavily accented "How?" I asked. "Let us tell our story." he explained, add ing that he had seen the report in the paper of the Hias presentation. "When the Greater Miami Jewish Federation re The Jewish Floridian does not guarantee the KashniU* of the merchandise advertise! in its columns. RATES ,, SUBSCRIPTION Local Area .. On. Year S5.00 Three Year. $10.00 Out of Town Upon Reque.t Volume 35 Number 25 Friday. June 22. 1962 20 Sivan 5722 The Dialogue In Jerusalem The "dialogue" in Jerusalem the other day seems to show "conclusively" the widening rift between America and Israeli Jews. Actually, it is a rift that characterizes their leaders, who are too prone to philosophize at the drop of an opportunity, and who speak less for the people they represent than simple politeness would suggest. Dr. Joachim Prinz. president of the American Jewish Congress, old the dialogue in response to a presentation by Prime Minister Ben-Gurion that American Jews will never, for example, adopt Hebrew as their second language, far less than move to Israel in significant numbers. Minister of Education Ebba Eban politely chastized Mr. BenGurion by suggesting that it would be far better if he were to find something to praise in American Jewry than repeatedly to criticize. For his part, the Prime Minister, adopting the historic view, foresaw a monolithic state in the U.S. some twenty-five years hence, in which Jews here would find it extraordinarily difficult if not impossible to identify spiritually, no less than culturally or economically, with Israel. The sad thing about the "dialogue" is that DT. Prinz, a Reform spiritual leader, seems not entirely the proper person to set forth the ideological orientation of the more traditionalminded Congress, its president though he may be. least of all the American Jewish community as a whole. Neither does Mr. Eban represent the more balanced view of Israeli belief today, but rather increasingly seems to live in the memory of his once thunderously oratorical world. And Prime Minister Ben-Gurion is what he must be—an irritant to the conscience of Jews wherever they may live. Outrageous, insulting, the visionary of his people, he yearns toward the achievement of what he regards as Israel's chosen place in the sun. All are estimable gentlemen, and all are admirable debators. But. as with most debates, prolix through they always end, not all said during the Jerusalem "diologue" seems worthy of more than passing note. An Auspicious Meeting The address by Sidney Lefcourt, newlyelected president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, before the 24th annual meeting of Federation last Saturday night makes the community hopeful that a" new and vigorous spirit is imminent for Miami Jewry's central fund-raising and planning organization. Lefcourt minced no words in his acceptance address, and gave the impression that he means to carry Greater Miami Jewry along with him in a new drive toward achievement. The president has reason to be hopeful, and he haB the background of experience in Federation necessary to implement these hopes. The key thoughts in Lefcourt's talk were these: • Federation, the mirror of the community it represents, must be retturned to its position of preeminence. • When the leaders of Federation truly want to achieve this, it will be achieved. who beheld the ideal man as a citizen of his community "not totally involved in creature wants." The university, he declared, is the intellectual and cultural beacon of South Florida. But it is organizations like Federation and its "genius for the practical" that implement human aspiration in every social and communal form. Together, he said, based on the experience of the university and Federation, each within its own sphere, the goal of selflessness can be attained—the shaping of human dignity in a Miami community "which has a rendezvous with greatness." The auspicious tone of this final meeting of the season is one. we hope, that will find its way to inspire Federation in the days ahead under the leadership of Mr. Lefcourt. Statistics Not the Answer The new word from behind the Iron Curtain is "criticism." At least on the surface. Soviet life seems bent on aping more and more the "degenerate" capitalist world it deplores. What has presumably evolved there is a new duty for the Communist citizen: the responsibility to criticize. As fearful Ivan sees it, this means criticism even when no ground for it exists. Reports in the New York Herald Tribune currently suggest that the latest anti-Semitic wave in the Soviet Union may largely be explained by the new critical trend. For. says the Tribune, so many Jewish citizens there are in the accounting, bookkeeping, and other such professions. And these, as the Tribune sees it, are particularly predisposed to assignments for blame in the monolithic society where, dictated by political needs of the moment, statistics have been known to be manipulated from above in order to announce state successes or state failures. Right or wrong, theories do not ease the burden of the Jew behind the Iron Curtain today, whose lot as a second class citizen becomes heavier as the years go by. Reports this week of five more executions for "economic crimes" of one phony kind or another may put the lie to repeated Soviet claims that no anti-Semitism exists in their world. But beyond this, it adds fuel to the anxiety With leaders—people—as the focus of his of Western Jewry for the ultimate fate of their talk, he was followed by Dr. Henry King Stanbrethren in the Red heaven forged by Khrushford, new president of the University of Miami, chev and Co. ceives the award." he went on, "we want to be there. We would like to say a few words. After all—it's only proper. The "award is for the Miami' Jewish cf^rrruri ity's assistance to us. and we should be there ." His voice trailed off. Very carefully. 1 explained that I had no such authority, and that he would have to apply to Federation with his request for a brief appearance on the program. Realistically. I added that I was pessimistic about the outcome, especially at this late hour. "The meeting is tomorrow night."' I said, "and it's probably all laid out by now" For a long moment, there was silence. Then the Cubavoice came back: "Who will tell our story 0 Quietly. I suggested: "Speak to them at Federation, which is a philanthropic and human tarian organization dedicated to Jewish need. They'll listen." And all the while we talked, the Cuban and I. there buzzed my mind the weary question: What story" When the U.S. Refr... Relief Center opened here, 1 sent a reporter to the Hias office 10 some feature material on the incoming Cuban Jews. This is not a Jewish question, came the official Hias brush-Off. These ar Cuban refugees from Castro Communism, who happen to be Ji ish. U.S. immigration authorities, the explanation rambled on, would frown on such sectarian treatment. THt TACTS FINALLY AM TOLD A T THE TIME, I rebelled hotly, pointing out that the Cathol. %  community, in its aid pro-ram-, seemed not the least put by the reams ol new-paper -tonedescribing their activitiesthe least concerned about official U.S reaction either Why was iliasuddenl) so sanctimonious in the matter of publicity'' sp to Jimmy Rice, the) coldly replied ending the debate Mr. R: is regional executive director of Hias in New York. 1 don't beli 1 did speak to him. And here he was Mr Rice, last Saturday night at the 24' annual meeting of Federation in the Dupont I'laza hotel, tellina. all: how many Cuban families arrive daily in Miami, the numb. ot them Hias haprocessed since Castro came marching home, what Federation's various local affiliates had done to assist in the task m !" 7AS a matter of fact, the affiliates themselves seemed bus enough filling in the details these days, each from its individua point of \mw. 'One Miami agency, at a recent national convention of social workers in Atlantic City, was particularly voluble on th-? subject, judging by a spectacular JTA report.) What would the Cuban at the other end of the telephone sa. to all of this if he heard Mr. Rice now? Anyway, it doesn't matterespecially since neither he nor. indeed, any other member of th %  Cuban Jewish colony in Miami was there to see Federation receiv %  a Hias award for its singular humanitarian endeavor In behalf Cuban Jewish refugees. Mf ZltOtS IN OH THt HI ART Of THl fAILUKl CIDNEY LEFCOURT'S PRESIDENTIAL acceptance address at the • Federation meeting Saturday was one of the most able pre%  tations by a Miami community leader in a longer time than one cares to remember. It goes without saying that Mr Lefcourt ipok %  well. His style of delivery was an essay on competence. He peeled off his phrases from a store of goodies in jarring fashion for th"-' who might preferably have heard soporifics. None of this would be of particular significance if he had nothing to say. Happily. Mr. Lefcourt had very much indeed to sa) and to Federation leaders directly who. in the past few years. ha* been less frequent in their attendance or participation than gravity of community affairs required. Others may prew have said the same or similar things, even if far less well none before the concatenation of men that counts. It was this a< dent of occurrence that seemed most purposeful Saturday Mr Lefcourt's expert delivery of a message tellingly told and the pr men there to hear it. Suggesting that "Federation ia mirror of the COmmunit) %  represents," the new president called for a sober reevaluatioi past performance Confessing that Miami Jewry's central fund raising and planning organization has failed to impress the munity with the Federation priority and primacy. Mr. Lefi zeroed in on the heart of the failure: "When the leaders in room went these problems solved, they will be solved. Federation be said, '"ill regain itposition only when ttheyt recognize this and raise it to the level of prestige and importal it had before •:• -:•:• IDIALISM Of flOtRATION AHD THt UNIVIKSITY CUCH WOULD CLEARLY involve the kind of giving that challenges the concept of "pet organisation," philanthropy Mr Lefcourt stoutly deplored, no less than the annual testimonial and | marathons "dedicated only to the theorv that the recipient and his friends can be maneuvered'' into charitable contributions nol '• ways considered on a basis of honest values." Did the leaders then present to whom he addressed himself hear the message" The community certainly hopes so; although some must, even if acerbly wonder, whether they had come to listen or to take part in the fir-t public presentation of Dr Henr) King Stanford, new president of the University of Miami. For his part. Dr. Stanford had many interesting things '> say as an example, his equation of the Federation concept W the Idea of a university, where "knowledge needs direction hu"| moral conviction can give it in matters concerning morale M human dignity." Continuing the comparison, he saw an exti of the common denominator in the fact that both Federati the university depend for their ongoing upon the interest and sacnicial service of men like yourselves." Asserting that man is more than "the sex-ridden phanl Freud, the clever animal of Darwin, or the economic pu| Marx Dr Stanford beheld the responsible cititen as th. head from which would spring the "idealism of the universit) joined with the genius for the practical which la the communit* fulfill Miami's promise of tomorrow We drove back in our car with Dr. and kin Stanford, d Continued on P. SA



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Friday. June 22. 1362 % *-*W. • .. Cod was the groom, bride. Torah the mar1 %  %  rrjujif J>' I Motet the %  Crn w rdaj %  : %  .< m n K-. n..; Brtghl net** BETH EMETH. Conservative. 12250 NW 2nd ave. V T prop row 19-17 aTM) 1 : x : T -: .rip nn-]3',n?y *T& LTO0 .niBD "iln"? nopn ,1X73 ntf|? rovn msan ^x HX3T X*7 ng a ^^ of h(i aW(1 an(1 ."1711 250,000" 3 reverence in which one hears the r ; words of the Holy Torah Those who stand claim the reading of the Torah in the synagogue is %  Commemoration of its Revelation at Sinai, and they stand as one should when a public decree is I %  "^" %  "" % %  l %  %  ~*~ mmmmmm,m announced There are some who In the -pring of 1947. a group of f ., ai|il |h |t ((|u shou |d stand for came up to the Torah. pronounced Beduin went out with their flocks t | u Torah reading because he is a benediction before the reading, in the vicinity of the Dead Sea In in the presence of the Holy Scrol |! r ead the entire portion, proeWd nounced a benediction after the .reading and concluded. Later the Why is it that even those who portion of the week or the day was stand for tha Torah r.ading broken sit down in between the potthat m tions which ar. read? |Come up and read an individual If the reason for their standing portion. is because a public law is being i n that case only the first and decreed and promulgated, they sit i ast reader would pronounce a down between portions because at 'benediction at the beginning and \ trader in the old city of Jeru-', nat tmlt there is no reading, only vn( \ 0 f the entire reading respect the intermediate blessings, etc Ively. later on. when readers beIf the BETH ISRAEL. 40O0 Prairie ave. Orthodox. Rabbi H. Loui* Rottman. — • — BETH JACOB 301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern Cantor Maurice Mamchea. '• — BETH RAPHAEL. 131 NW 3rd ave. Orthodox. Julius Sapero. president. — • — BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky. — • — BETH TORAH. lMtn st. "d NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirichenbaum. I--, ii.n •. I n in >'. turclaj I." • %  m Bar Mltavan Matthl w. son %  : Mi and Mi8am Zimmerman; Ja< ...II of Mr and Mra Harrj Qrundnum. — • — CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Strassreld. — • — CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER Conservative. 8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. OADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd at. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. Prtday s:s p.m. Bortnon: "Wbete h":iith .mil Sclenoa Heat." Staturda) S:S0 a.m. Sermon: "Weekly Portion. — • — FLAGLER GRANADA. SO NW Slat pi. Conaervative. Hyman Coverman. president. Cantor George Goldberg. Prlda) •>I^I | p.m, Saturday i ; m. Bar Mltsvah: Stuart, aon >>f Mr. and Mra. Leon Wltten. — • — FT. LAUOEROALE EMANUEL. 1801 E. Andrewa ave. Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton. — • — HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th at. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander Groaa. — • — HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CONGREGATION. 555 W. 49th st., Hialeah. Reform. Rabbi Marius Ranson. — • — HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson it. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. — • — ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th ter. Conaervative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Canter Loui* Cohen Prlda) 6 Ii fin Baturdaj IS a_m FROM THE TALMUD THE TARE Ol CHILDREN Hullin, :4 YV(:-i Rjbhi Hj'inu u>di eight) .-jr, old he wot >:>H Me to stjnJ [ ,m ont foot jv. k l remove the ihoe j from the other He trenglli m iil r. a.m Bar Mltsvah: William Joaeph, aon of Mr and Mra, Herman !' %  • i "ofthod !" S Sa A b E bVD 4 al !d EU L C e h d rf' ;d e : I TEMPLE_SJNAfoV^NORTH MIAMI. Cantor Abraham Seif. THE DEAD SEA SCROLLS MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION. 1101 SW 12th ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein. Irldn) 'i 13 p HI. Baturdaj ':45 i m S.-II i '•Tighten Your I MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern Traditional. — a — OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr. Orthodox Rabbi Phineas Weberman. — a SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645 Collins ave. Cantor S. Nachmias. — a — SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. Prlda) 8 IS p.m Sermon Our Interest In Youth." Saturdaj :• a.m ne of the Wailis. Wadi Kumran. a as ,l ls for the reading. twe ran away and entered a cave. Access to the cave was very difficult, The Beduin threw stones In-1 side, but the ewe did not come out.! Suddenly, they heard a noise—' %  omethino had broken inside the Mve, The Beduin entered the B *ve and found jars containing indent scrolls. TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1028 NE 183rd at.. Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor Abra[TEMPLE 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. iIdaj S 13 p.m <;ii.--1 aphritual leader I n larai l Renot Saturdaj '. I a in. Bar Mltsvah Michael, aon ol Miand Mra George Ban — a — TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Cantor Albert Glantz. PrMnj W p.m Sermon 'TinWisdom ..I the Torah iBeen Thr • -'i Tins w .. k Portion." Oneg Shabbat hoata Members ol Slaterh 1. Sal n-da) i in a TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. S1 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Raool Leo Heim. — a — TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ava. Conservative. Seymour Hinkes, can. tor. Prldaj N IS p.m Gueal apirltual lead* Rabbi All. n i Rutchlk, director, Southeaat region, L'nlted Sj'nagogua ..f America. ZION. 5720 SW 17th at. lem bought the scrolls for a few 1 IThey passed from hand to '; id until they were offered to 1 1 Sukenik, of the Hebrew I'm^•r.Mty He immediately divined h" important the scrolls were, and Mrtions"*the T wughl t„ of them. Three other M nu „ av ham Reisman. K. idaj s :n i> in Baturdaj I i i %  iliar Mltsvah: Mark, son of Mr. and that more than one person could I.M, S Leonard Da via, who "ill h">t Prlda) evening Oneg Bhabbal in bis honor TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr, So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. CantoCharles Kodner. Ii-i.i.i v > .',ii p.m, Barmon: "Home Little Know II Pai In About the Bible. Saturdaj 11:13 %  m Bar Mltsvah Mil hi. i. son "f Mr and Mra Doi | t h I. i rj. ion "' Mr and Mr? \l %  Pen li HOLLY Reform Conservative, man. Rabbi Alfred WaxYEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu. Prldaj 8 r> i'in Sermon: "Thoughts • in Extremism Saturdaj B am. Bar Mltsvah Billot, son of Mr. and Mrs i ."ii Toblaa — • — YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 at. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. TEMPLE BETH EL OF WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa, ^ IS p 111 ""'Us reached America. Sukenik's '"' Vigael Yadin bough) them wre—this time for $250,000. I Edited by Brit Ivrit Olamit) Origina are announced at the time If the canu scarce, one man was apreaaon for their standing is the pointed 10 read the whole portion presence of the Holy Scroll, then wn ,|,, those who were called up they may sit because in between m ,. r ely pronounced the benedic orah is covered in ,1,0ns before and after each individual portion or lub-aecUos BvitBETH I HTRAH. aunitan, dentlv the motive Was tO bring as HaM 11539 So D ,„ e hwy. ReconWhy are people called .0 the Ton m ny „,,„„, f,,, to face with the ^f^LJi££*** SHOP ah to pronounce benedictions? r,„-||, M as to make the loran _a — onlv one individual the universal poasession of all. 'TEMPLE BETH SHOLEV of Hollyam CANDUUGHTING TIME 20 Sivort — 7:01 p.m. ly,



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Friday. June 22. 1962 IPW i*t fhrldfow> Page 3-A *g. issayy Reform Rabbis Urged to rake Lead Against Nuclear War Evil •rr^-arten graduating class of the He-:emy receives diplomas from Rabbi Morns 1. Horovitz and Donald Swartz. assistant p:.: : ra s. .•""•'d Cpft to right are Evan Shap::'Joshua Jaffe, Michael Wittels, Jerry Pomeranz, Corey Dearr. Richard Beckman, -man, Debra Bloom. Malvina Staub(-. ;:. Tc-.e Eng'.ander. Second row (left to right' are Elise Ehrenreich, Maria Simon. Alan Seif, Steven Safra, Anna Luchins, Bonnie Hoffenberg, Howard Rosner. Reena Abramowitz, Andrea Alpert, Abra Shapiro, Jo Debra Shapiro and Orly Coffer. Third row are Donald Swartz. Marjorie Ent and Rivka Rosengerten, kindergarten faculty, and Rabbi Morris L. Horovitz. Israel Tries to Head Off Cotton Bar A VS1 INGTON — i.lTA — Israeli officials here this week Initiat-jits report on which hearings were ;kw th Washington authorities with a view to preventing a pn>.!l>lr embargo on the importation of Israeli eotton yarn to the lit:' E! as a result of the new U.S. policy to curtail such imports. The Department f Commerce ::•'.• has as J <-t been mi posed oi Israeli cotton yarn exports to the l'nited States The tmenl noted that, in fiscal l>i i-'...i exported ;.200.000 of textiles to the pressed the hope that Washington would reconsider its han and continue the policy of encour.i-:ini; free trade The l'nited States Tariff Commission, meanwhile, was urged to issue "without further delay'" a reHowever, the efport on its recent investigation of feel upon Israel's cotton yam in-1 the effect of foreign textUe irnn 11 • arise from Congress' into the United States in eluding Israel-made products. attempts to provide relief __ ,0 .. .11 „„„ The call came from Republican competition to the Rep charieg Jonas (lf North CarA erican textile industrj lolin { u|li com pi a i„ed that the while nc official action has [Commission had been stalling on b^en taken as yet, a joint SenateHouse cc-'trence committee has reported c_1 leqisation that would e:"powe*r-e Executive Branch to take whatever steps may be pecessar. te reduce foreign import quo'as. The legislation is Os'-jned prevent "circumvention er '-.stration" of an agreement mc> under the Geneva Textile CcMcn Arrangement of last July by countries that are not men-cers of the arrangement. Is-ael is not a member oof the Geneva Arrangement. •idly, has hundreds f toi mfuctured textili s .aitini imenl lo the United States H ol Israel's output in field %  • xported to Ihe United Vccordiof to the latest figures, i rael exp rU .1 S7.O00.O00 worth of Cotton >;:• to the l'nited States is year. The industry had plan %  il <>n >> ppmg -10 percent o! its output to %  • U.S A in 1062. Editorials 11 Israeli newspapers ex completed Mar. 26. The Commission had been asked to look into the flow of cotton textile goods with a view to determining its effect on the U.S. textile industry and recommended possible curtailment of imports by Presidential proclamation. A Commission spokesman said that the report would "probably be issued within the next six weeks" but he pointed out that the recommendations are not binding on the President. The Tariff Commission actions are separate and apart from Congressional efforts to reduce imports. By Special Report MINNEAPOLIS The Conference Of Ann-rear. Rj was tiruort here WectrrPfllav to take the lead in marshalling the world religions for "thobservance of a universal Yom Kippur Day of Atonement 1" whose worldwide prayers would demonstrate humanity's overwhelming determination "to averl the man-made evil decree" of nuclear war. Dr. Albert G. Minda, president of the Central Conference and the rabbi of Temple Israel here, made the proposal in a keynote address which opened Ihe CCAR*s 73rd annual convention. The Central Conference of American Rabbis is the rabbinical organization of the Reform branch of Judaism with a membership of over Him spiritual leaders in the l'nited States and Canada Its convention here, the first in Minneapolis since 1911. will lay down guidelines for the coming >ear on I a host of religious, social, economic, cultural, international and Jewish communal issues and problems. and those who guide their destinies. It is this: Through penitence, prayer and righteousness, the evil dearee may be averted." "Providence and history." he declared, have assigned America the onerous responsibility of carrying out an experiment in human relations of universal significance, an experiment embodying the hopes, yearnings and strivings of men in all parts of the world." H stated that "momentous decisions, amongst them the resumption of nuclear testing by the United States following th Soviet's refusal to continue the moratorium, have made us all aware of the cross-roads at which our civilization stands. The issues that confront us are more than political and diplomatic in character; they involve serious moral and ethical chalDr. Minda, in his address, led up to his proposal for the observance of a universal Yom Kippur by disputing the charge that rabbis "are impractical idealists." • We ask soberly."' he comment ed. "whether in the confused world of today the ideal may not be the mere realistic approach in the attempt to resolve the crisis of our times." "There is. however." he em phasized, "one answer given in this awesome Day of Atonement prayer which must ring out in the hearts of all men of all nations. lenges." %  o nce again." he declared. 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. r.., .,• !,•„;-; Fcge 16A knist fkridl/ar Graduating among the top five percent, scholastically, two Miami Beach Senior High students receive scholarships from Arthur H. Courshon, board chairman of Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn. Norma Schultz. 17. of 2355 Pinetree dr.. arid Howard Pasternak. 17. of 1035 14th st.. hold checks presented to them. Norma. who received a $500 scholarship, will attend the University of Florida. Norman, who was awarded a Sl.OOO scholarship, is enrolled at Rice Institute. Executive Gets Master's Degree S Herbert Harari. education and youth director of Temple Sinai of Hollywood, and secretary-treasurer cf the Jewish Educators Council of Greater Miami, was awarded the degree of Master of Science in psychology at commencement exercises of' the University of Miami last week. Harari's project. -Cultural Influences on the Retention of Symbolic and Logical Material." was an evaluation of retention ability of American and Israeli students. His study was based on prevalent testing systems used in the respective countries. Harari will participate in the world conference of Jewish education in Israel this summer as a delegate of the Jewish Educators Council, and will continue his re search with the cooperation of the ]>raeli Ministry of Education as part of his dissertation for a Doctor of Philosophy degree. Harari was raised in Israel and served in the Haganah there. He has been educational director at Temple Sinai for the past seven years and is now dean of the Institute of Adult Study at the Temple. He has also served as secretary of the North Dade-South Broward Inter-Synagogue Athletic League. Harari is married and hatwo children. Top Youths To be Cited At Beth Torah Presentation of awards to the winners of the "Outstanding TeenAge Citizen of Dade County" contest, sponsored bv Shoshana chap tor of B'nai B'rith Women, will he made Tuesday, 9 pin., at Beth Torah Congregation. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers will present the awards and speak on "The Teen Ager's Challenge." Judge Milton A. Friedman, pres ident. District 5 B'nai B'rith Men. will also appear. Dade County Board of Public In struction, of which Mrs. Meyers is a member, gave complete coop eration to the project, and all high schools in the county were invited to enter two students. Winners will be chosen on the basis of their citizenship activities both in and out of school. Judges for the contest are Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, Nate Bitter, Molly Tomer, of TV ch. 10, Nate Perlmotter, and Mrs. I. V. Forr, winner of the Dade County Outstanding Citizen Award. First prize is a round-trip to New York City, courtesy of the Miami Beach Federal Savings and Loan Assn., with a guided tour of the United Nations. Housing and chaperone will be provided by a \ member of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization in New York City. Second prize is a round-trip cruise for two to Bimini. courtesy of Bimini Expressways. Third prize is a watch, courtesy of Mayor's Jewelers. There will be seven additional prizes, plus a special award to each entrant. High school of the first prize winner will receive a special award presented by Shoshana chapter. Zamora Now Registering Registration for Hebrew and Sunday school classes at Temple Zamora for the coming year is now taking place A committee will be present each Sunday morning between 10 and 11 a.m. for the purpose of registering the children Temple Zamora is at 44 Zamora ave.. Coral Gables. & A Stranger Here But Once You'll feel "at home' at FLAGLER FEDERAL where you e'ways receive a warm and friendly welcome from helpful, courteous people. And at FLAGLER FEDERAL your money earns at the new higher rate of AVA*' and you now receive dividends four times a year. FREE TRANSFER of funds from anywhere in the United States. Cpen or add to your Flagler Federal savings account en or before July 20th and earn dividends from July 1st. 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Pcce 6-B ••Jewist ikfiJton Friday. June 22, 1962 AUNETTt WOMAN OF THE WEEK Annette Seitlin i.married to Lou. but she lives at Beth David Congregation. Now. mure than ever before since she wai installed president of the Sisterhood thru weeka ago, tins is particularly true. However. Ixu can't say ;•. word, since he's now president of B;th David Men's Club. Friends agree that they make an able t( am both at home and in the synagogue. When Annette was installed, their son. Larry, gave the invocatioi using as his inspiration the Fifth Commandment—"Honor Thy Father and Thy Mother." It is typical of Annette that this was one of the most thrilling moments of her life. Born in Glasgow, Scotland. sh< lost her Scottish brogiu shortly after she arrived m the V S at the aye of four. Her whole fain ily was in business, and she learned early to apply her-elf diligently. Incidentally, it is also typical of Annette that she later became the youngest buyer in the merchandising field of sportswear at Alschuls in North Virginia. New York, and then at Magnums in San Fram is< %  To complicate the geography. Annette was raised in North Carolina. Only ten Jewish families and a Fi. Bragg in peacetime' were her horizons. When Annette's father I first met her future husband, he remarked on :':.• :.:< qualities of the young man's fac< Annetti says that besides his "good face," st ad) and serene, like Tenbrook thai flows. was in the peacetime army, and for ten years she went er with her lieutenant. He was in the Field Artillery Army a A. r id of itnun %  that's where she became .. gourk Incidentally, they he Eisenhowers; and the late Patten was Lou's comma] ng officer. Today, she'll look Bronze Star and shudder to think what might have happened. n they finally settled d( wn in Miami. Annette admit.she ely—Just not accustomed :c being a plain housewife. BeMiami was a big city to her Suddenly, she realized she was ; because her mind and her hands weren't busy—and busy • them pronto. Today. Aviva chapter of Hadassah has a fine of her achievements, and she is now on the chapter board .life membership chairman. At Beth David, she excels ui fund-raising, which is of course ibert. to Ellen Duberivedding i n I unti I she for a md pped in New 1 Rome to v i it wii and his familj ..:. I to see indd m hter, • THEY FORGOT TO SLEEP Newbauers, L Ira Levys and thi Bernii Br;i Dl 'he weekend at • Bi Country Club. The girls, who If and cardtogether al! tht time, took their husbands "n their • kilt) money. They had sue; ierful time playing g;r,. golf and :hat they forgot to go to bed. As a result they aJ] came home i.i tdir.g a vacation. Bride Weds Air Officer Marcia Arline, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Stanley I Wineman. of Tampa. Fia and Lt. Larry Iden Schwartz were married on Saturday. June Ifi. in Tamp;' Rabbi David L. Zielonka performed the early evening ceremony at Temple Shaarai Zedek. Following a i irmal uinner at the International Inn. the young couple left f, r a trip to California, the Sealde World's Fair and the Canadian Roi kii Given in marriage by her father, the br dc was att:red in a candli light s:ls pei u de soie urinal b) Gaston Malli. Enhanced with jeweled reembroidered alencon lace, it featured an empire bodice, tea drop skirt ending in a court sweep, and a bateau neckline. The eibow-length sleeves Of lace had a scalloped edge, ami a draped obi cummerbund spanned the waistline. The three-tiered candlelight silk illusion veil was attached to a Gamelel designed headpiece of reroidered alencon lace, and a cascade of white orchids and stephanotis tell from a prayer book MiFred Grossman attended the bride The former MisWineman received her early education in Tarn pa. and attended the University of Florida. A graduate of the University of elated I 'h"!"i:i ,,j>h :.MIS, STtVt MORRIS Miss Lois Glantz" Betrothal Told Mr and Mrs Hershoy Glantz. of 1401 SW 17th ter.. announce the engagement of their daughter. 1. iBrenda, to David Stuart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hose:. 2151 SW lf)th st. The bride elect attended Miami Senior High School, where she was a member of Anchor Club. Phi Sigma Tau, and Debs Bin, she is now attending the University of M ami school of education. lb ifiance is a graduate of the Universit) of Miami's school ol business administration, where he was a government major He is past treasurer of Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity. He will attend the University of Miami law school in the fall. MRS. LARRY SCHWARTZ Florida engineering school, the bridegroom is a first lieutenant in the U.S. Air Force, currently servI'lg at MacDill Air Force Base. Mr is a member of Alpha Epsilon Pi. S, rving as his best man was Harry Su-skind. and ushers includ ed Lt. Donald W. Buruer. Martin Steiner, Allan J Hall. Smart Hap pee. Don Becker and Herbert Yalof. The young couple will live In Tampa, when they return from their honeymoon. Music Students Married Here Loretta Barish and Steve Morns %  o re married .,; Temple EmanuKl on Sunday. June 17. Dr Irving Lehrman officiated Daughter of Mr anil Mrs Samuel S. Barish. 427 Palermo ave., (oral Gables, the brub. is a graduate of the University of Miami, where she was awarded tile Bachelor of Education degree. She at tended the university on a music scholarship. Mr Morris is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred A. Morn-, 2161 SW 22nd ter. He also attende-d the University of Miami on a music scholarship, and is presently at Soethern College of Optomctry at Memphis, Tenn on a Florida State schola rship. Attendants at the wedding were matron of honor. Mrs George Barish; maid of honor. Miss sue Kaufman: bridesmaids. Miss .loan Mayers and Miss Sheila Drucker; junior bridesmaids. Sheila Barish and Patty Morris; flower girl. Miss Cathy Band; and ringbearer. Bob by Band. Best man for his son was Al fred A. Morris, and head usher was George Barish. Other ushers included Boh Kaufman. Joe En right, and Albert AbramowitZ Out-of-town relatives at the wed dings were Mr and Mrs Lrving Weinstein, Mr and Mrs Abe Bar ish, Mrs. Al Katz, and Mrs. B< r tha Morns Alter a wedding trip through Florida, the COUph wiil live in Memphis Miss Greenside, Ronald Friedland The i i ni oi indaughter, Bi He. ibeing announced this week by William Greensidi of Miami Beach The groom lo lie iRonald Alan Friedland. He is the son ,,i \i: Mrs Larry Friedland, oi 6060 Pinetree ,r Miami Beach FUR RE-STYLING M OUR TADmo* Of rmtsr WOMMANSNIT WE CAN CONVERT YOUR OUTMODED FUtS TO THE SMART FASHIONS Of TOMORROW From $39 FLORIDA FURS I CUMC Miss Miller Now Mrs. Grabarnick Pauline M..'< r and i I • Gem Grabarnick ex< ha led i ding vow a '. Sunday, J I; 'he Deauville In : %  •. Ral h ving Lehrman officii U The bride i> t: e daugh; %  :• it Mand Mrs Charli Miller. I 116 I rd. The groom ; areni e \i and Mrs. Joseph GrabarrWest ave Matron of bon< i was Mrs sin : Grabarnick. Tl Mi-U Slofsky. I Inda Is er, Lind i Rp and I.inda Linksman were bridesmaids, i.or.-i v. lack ted i flower girl. Martin Miller ".as best man. and ushers included Bar • Grab arnick, Stuart Feder, Paul Sapor ta, and David Lebofsk; Mark (oiien was ring : • arer. The bride cho-i a silk .organza gown with r, • en cc an I sea pearls and pearl sep,' 11, r tram was n ength, %  id sin earned a 1 I ill Pi of j rdein,,and lily-ofthi % %  <:• Newlywed Mrs Grabs nick tended the I ity 1 1 Miami. The groom al-i v ent t the 1 vcrsity of Mil and 1 Eml Kiddle Aeroi auti< : Ins) ite Reception U Ih v ed I cei mony. After a %  nej rr i spi • I in Nassau, the i It livi llKii Tl-i -: Norm a % %  Isle. They will r -, n i their studies the bride workinj towai teaching career roo aeronautical i eering MRS. PHIUP CRABAR* CX Guest Rabbi At Temple Sinai Temple Sin;., i; North V imi will have as guest spiritual I ider Pr. Israel Rerun i I Ti mple B h I Laurelton, N Y. Dr. Reno\ w all i ol -• rvices on s. i r aj at • m The topic i : -• r "The Evolul • Judai 1 eht of the 1 Si B SI Renov has occui %  pulp Nc %  York Cit> dui I • pa He ion %  • ..1 Art! ilt> l Fairk igh Did son Un it> Rutherford, N.J i MISS LOIS GLANTZ 2296 Coral Way HI 4-0544 MIAMI 1117 Us Olas Blvd. JA 4-7697 FT. IAUMRDAU > % % > % t t Mother < PJIRSDHS -I 4 < i 4 l 4 i i i 4 4 4 4 < 4 4 4 4 4 < 4 l l < < 3410 CORAL WA? Open Monday N J 9 < < 4 < < < < < < <



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Friday, June 22. 1962 >W//? ncridliar Page 7-A Aramco Seeks to Influence Doctor Shown above left to riqht) are Lewis Sternshein, newly-elected piesident of Beth David Congregation, congratulating Phillip Gchiff. outgoing president, and Sidney M. Aronovitz, who preceded Schif; as president, on the occasion marking a tribute paid to them by the congregation in recognition of their "distinguished leadership" and "outstanding service and devotion." Schitf and Aronovitz received plagues. Beth David Elects Sternshein President; Schiff Takes a Vice President's Post Lewis Sternshein has been elected lo serve as president ;>t Beth David Congregation. The noted accountant, prominent La) leader in the nsen ative m i. it succeeds Phillip Schiff. Sernshein has b \ • affiliated u -h Beth Da\ id Co ition .-HUT and has serve i achairman WANTED TO BUY Ladies bike, house car. Champion Vegetable Juice Machine, Ash Blonde Wig, Small Bath Tub. JEFFERSON 1-3743 CANTOR-HEBREW TEACHER Bar Mitiah a specialty, ptriect Boal Koreh, seeks yearly or High Holiday position. Cantor H. T., So* 2*73, Main Post Office, Miami 1, Fki. WOULD YOU LIKE TO ACCUMULATE INCOME AT A TAX MACKIT NO GREATFI THAN 22*.? WRITE T.P c o Jewish Fljr d J". B3 2973. Main Postjf* :*. Mumi 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, ond Yesfeivah graduate; IS years experience in all branches. Excellent tenor voice. Married, no children. Reasonable salary. Write P.O. Box 521, Lakeland, Florida. WIDOW DESIRES ROOM AND BOARD Congenial Home with Understanding Ph. 691-4242 of the religious and budget committees He has also been a mem-: IHT of the school board, United! Synagogue. High Holiday and finance committees. Sternshein pre1 vioualy served as vice president of'; the congregation. Schiff will continue to serve Beth David in the capacity of vice president Also elected to serve were: vice residents, Harry Cypen, Samuel Osrrowsky, Ma\ Stiver, and Julius Specter; treasurer. Harry Simons. i-Mstatit treasurer. Albert J Beer: financial secretary. Frank A. Rose: 111 i St a n I financial secretary. Charles Z. Spingarn; and recording I secretary, Robert TTaur;i Samuel J. Spector. who was honored Sunday at a ceremony marking tht dedication of the Spector addition to Beth David, has again been named to serve as chairman of the board of trustees Serving with him are the following past presidents of Beth David Sidney M Arenovttl, Murray (i Cohen, Hany Gordon, Louis Hei i man. Harry IfarkowitZ, Stanley C. Myers. Albert Quadow. Phillip Schiff, Harry Simons, Bernard A. Sterling and Nat Zalka. Also named to the board of trustees are: Nathan Alexander. 11 a r r y August. John Feller. Isadora rlerskowitz. Max Jacobson, Sidney Lefcourt. Daniel Serott, Jacob Sher, and Aaron Weinkle Joining the incumbents on the t board Of directors arc the following newly • elected members of the board Harold Berke. Stanley Davidson, Walter Faik. Dr. Lawrence Femberg. Judge Mitchell Goldman, Judge Phillip Goldman, Leonard Cordon. Leon Kaplan. Ibraham Kasow, Theodore Lomaskm. Leo Mindlin, Fred Ossip, Alex Phillips, Sidney I'o/.en. S B m U e I puder, Herschel Rosenthal, Edward Safer, Bert Sher, Emanuel Smith. Edward Syrop, David Ugent, Sidney Weiner, and Leonard Wolf. PITTSBURGH — (JTAi — A tpokesrhan for the Arabian-American Oil Company made a special '.rip ; i Pittsburgh to seek to persuade a Pittsburgh doctor that the company does not discriminate Igainst Jews. The physician was Dr flyman E. Canter, of the Montefiore llos •)ital staff, who senl higasoline credit card hack last March to Humble Oil Company, which markets under the Esso trademark in 23 states. Humble is connected to \ramco through its parent firm. St a dard Oil of Now Jersey. Or. Canter not tied the company that sending back his charge card was "the only way I could voice my protest against the hiring policies" ol Aramco. He also tacked up an editorial on Aramco's hiring policies on the hospital's bulletin board with a note: "What are You Going to Do About It?" Theodore O. Phillips, manager of Aramco's public relations department, wrote to Dr. Canter asking for an opportunity to meet with him and was invited to the Canter home. Present for the meeting were Milton K. Susman, Jewish Chronicle columnist, and Albert W. Bloom, Jewish Chronicle editor. The questions ranged from Aramco policies to that of the United States Government in being a party to discrimination by other governments against its citizens. In a letter to Dr. Canter summing up his impressions ofr the meeting, the Aramco official said he felt that discrimination by any company because of race, color or J religion was "a despicable apraci tice" and one that 'should be stopped." He added •without res-I ervation," "that no one inside or outside of Aramco has ever indicated in any manner whatsoever I that Aramco should not hire Jews for jobs in New York.' He insisted that Aramco was \ bound by the rule of Saudi Arabia which will not issue visas for Jews. The American Jewish Congress has charged in hearings before the New York State Commission on Human Rightthat the company I bar employment to Jews for its uses this situation as a device to 'nited States office. nn TO OUR RIADIRSI 24-Year Hebrew-English Calendar. 32 pages. All dates and Hebrew equiva. lents and days of the week, Oct. 1940 to Sept. 11)64. > Important Jewish holiday$ to 1970. For free copy write to H. J. Heinx Company, Dept. 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Page 14-A vJenist fhriaffitr Friday, June 22, 1962 Panorama: By DAVSD SCHWARTZ The Elusive Moon Must Have Melted in a Barrel of Borscht %  HE ATTEMPT to reach the moon is 1 nt a MOW story from the Jewish >mt of view The man in the moon • held by some to be the Israelite who. l the Book of Numbers, we are told. as caught chopping wood. As a punhment. he was transported to the toon. But there is another story of the moon associated with the .lews of Chelm. As most everyone knows, the Chelmites were a very wise people. To be sure, some called them fools, but then extremes meet; great wisdom and folly are often undistinguishable. It all came about when the people complained of the poor illumination of the streets at night. It was do cided to call a public meeting—an "asipha." as they called it. In Chelm. they were always calling public Book Review Editor Hilary Mindlin Is on Vacation This Week. meetings. That was perhaps the thing most noticeable about them They oven sometimecalled a ing to decide whether they should have a public moo: ing. So after the chairman spoke, the Chelmites got very close to each other so they could do what the chairman said, put their heads together, hut it didn't do much good. Nobody seemed to have an idea, except Gimpel. Gimpel began by saying that the first thing to do is to properly state your problem. Now. he said, it was not true that it waa always dark in the streets of Chelm, On moonlit nights, it was quite bright enough. -Hear. Hear." said the Chelmites, "he's quite right." "Yes." UN Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON Human Rights Commission Excludes Israel United Nations EVERY ONCE in a while, ob!" servers here make note of an old fact about the manner in which Israel is treated at the UN with a certain amount of firm il polite, exclusion from certain inner circles The observation has come to life again in connection with the final report, just issued, of the last four-week session of the Commission on Human Rights. No one need be reminded of the fact that no people in the wprld have a higher stake in human rights than the Jewish people. It would follow, therfore. that the one and only Jewish State would play a recognizable, vital role in the Commission on Human Rights. The fact is. however, that Israel has never been and is not now a member of that Commission. Bv contrast, the Arab states have played a prominent role in the ComOff the Record: By NATHAN ZIPRIN Illness in Affluence THE NATIONAL dialogue "ll medical aid to Ihi aged does not perhaps properl) belong in a column rlevoti lev. ish interests However, if l am digress established path, it is because the issu< transcends parochialism lu a column "ii returning from my domicile in a hospital. I pn mised never again to revert "o my personal experiences as a pat ienl The theme of this piece is no breach of that promise. It is merely a factual report of what hospitalized people think about the subject of being ill in an affluent society. Patients in hosptals are thrown into a community of interests by common ties—hope for healing and dread of whence the money will come to meet the medical bill. There were people of all races, religions and political outlook in the wing of the hospital that was my home for five weeks. There was a Catholic woman of excellent background who was still a defender of Joe McCarthy. There was an elder!) gentleman with a reputable and colorful business background, but who was now in the employ of the federal government because of old age and perhaps disability There was an old seaman with a huge (.rood of children and grandchildren ("here was a minor union official with a recurrence ol an ailment thai required surgery some two ears before There was a man in his fifties whose wife had a challenging illness. There was a woman whose husband was a merchant mariner, There •_• ere several women whoso only ailmenl H lity arisin. from old age There was the fe of a high school teacher, who had been ailing for months, and who had now used up all the policies and school pensions 'I'll were nol political!) minded people, in fact most of them Acre tragical!) unaware ol what was going HI in the world But because they were touched l>> adversity they wore now thinking differently. The impression this patienl carried off was that if act.on is not taken at once to protect the old in ilh ess the communist propagandists will have a fie d day in this country. An affluent society that is more interested in preserving the economic facade of an entrenched medical clan than in preserving the IL flame in the old cannot lonj -nr\ ive mission's affairs. A number of prominent Arabs have, risen to the chairmanship of that Commission. One of them was Charles Malik, of Lebanon, who later rose still higher to the presidenc) ol the General Assembly. At the present, a Lebanese. George Hakim, is chairman of the Commission on Human Rights, In a loss direct manner. Jewish people are heard often enough in the debates of the Commission. At meetings of the Commission, representatives of certain world organizations have special, consultative status —meaning that they can take the floor on issues, formally present briefs and memoranda, participate otherwise (but. of course, have no vote). In alphabetical order, the Jewish organizations with consultative staus before the Commission, and their permanent representatives, are: Agudas Israel World Organization, Dr. Isaac Levin; Consultative Council of Jewish Organizations (composed of the American Jewish Committoo. Anglo-Jewish Assn.. and Alliance Israelite Universelle), Dr. Moses Moskowitz; Coordinating Board of Jewish Organizations (comprising B'nai B'nth. Board of Deputies of British Jews and South African Board ol Deputies), Dr. William Korey; World Jewish Congress, Henry H. Grossman and Ralph Zachlin: and World Union for Progressive Judaism, Mrs Eleanoi S. Polslein, Smco these organizations represent millions o) Jews throughout the world, it cannot be said thai Jews do nol have .. voice in the Commission. Over the years, the Jewish non-governmental organizations lor NGO's, as tiny are called here have pic sented the Jewish points of view quite adequately on many issues Thus world Jewr) is in the pic ture. But Israel is excluded There is recognition lor an official Israeli "observer.' It ialso ., facl that there is not a single African state among the Commission's members One of tlu> Commission's most important units is the Subcommission on Prevention ol Discrimnation and Protection i i Minorities The group, known as the anti-bias unit, is now composed of 14 members; originally there were 12, but the membership was increased two years ago to make room for broader representation. Members of this group are elected by the full Commission; the members serve as individual experts; they are proposed on the basis of the consent of their got ernments That means that, quasi-officially. they represent their governments It is not true, as some might insist, that Israel is considered a stepchild at the United Nations The fact that it belongs to no bloc is at times, of advantage t„ Israel. But those here who arc annoyed over the systematic exclusion of Israel from formal recognition by so many bodies insist that there is gross inequity in the situation everyone -aid. "Gimpel has hit the nail on the heal" "Our real problem." said Gimpel continuing. i. t. hold of the moon, so we can have it available all the time. If we could get hold of the moon." he cor tinued. "we would not only have light enough at any time we wished but. on occasion, we could rent the moon out to other town." The Chelmites thought that a wonderful idea, but how was it to be done'' Berel with the long nose suggested they gather all the stop ladders in town and place one on top of the other and so reach the moon But Shmooel, "der Rayter," said they might as well put all the lonu noses one on top of the other. Again Gimpel rose. He had another idea. He had a barrel of borscht in his backyard, and he often saw the moon shining in it. If they could connto his yard tile following evening with some rope, he would throw a cloth over the barrel, tighten the cord and hold the moon, so when a dark maht came along, they could take it out and have plenty of light It was a wonderful idea, everybody agreed Thej had seen the reflection of the moon in the barrel of borscht too, so they came to his backyard with the nee essary implements and. before you could say Jack Robins n they had captured the moon and secured it fast But, alas, a week later, on a very dark night, the Chelmites came to take out the moon, but when they untied the cloth—they looked in and saw no moon. "It must have melted in the borscht." said Gimpel "Yes that's so," said everyone, "it melted in the borscht." Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR Our film Folk: By HERBERT G. LUFT A Non Conformist Hollywood CY GOMBERG, writer producer of "The Law and Mr Jones." ABC's TV network show, is a nonconformist at heart who knows of no taboos Perhaps, this is the reason his sore g is to be cancel ed for the second time, after he Completed this season only 13 out ol a total ol 2ti dramatizations contracted for—the last one. "Poor Kddy is Dead." dealing with the black-listing tactics of the extreme right-wing John Birch Society which labels a man a traitor because lie has supported the United Nations Gomberg tolls mo that hi' created the chi tor ot a defense attorney, Abraham IJncoln Jones • %  i identif) himself with a relentless struggle Wa ill in the courts for truth and decency. His hero kits iii' the right to dissent lor a two-part) press; against newspaper monopolies; ho pours up injustices in prevailing laws such athe preventing intermarriage between Indians and Causians Joni s deals frankl) with thi pi iblen ol lepe traffic, illustrating the view it the ad himself who i.< sick poison often misused crimii l\r attacks discrimination agi professional women, and the abuses ot minoi in restricted real estate deals During m> chat with Gomberg, ho told mo that ho was bi in in'New York and first came to I fornia around 1938 to study at USC, two years later winning the Appoliiad" contest lor his pla) Jackson White Jackson Black" dealing with till man understanding against the background of our Revolutionary War Enlisting in the Air Force after Pearl Harbor, he started screen play writ ing after the war's end winning an Acadenn Award nomination in 1950 for "When Willie Comes Marching Heine It was in 1960, that Gomberg devised the for mat for "The Law and Mr. Jones." tailor made for his friend, actor James Whitmore The scries bowed in October Illtiil and was well received l < ause it had something important to say. in itself a raritv in video It combined purposeful'i-with an acute awareness of entertainment vainBonn Eyes Giant 'Payment in Full' on Claims THE WEST GERMAN Government. Ilou on the vet:',. „| complete reparations payment to Israel, ipre pared to make a new and important offer to Jewish leaders. As a result it talkconducted bj Dr. Nahum Cold tiiann with Chancellor Adenauer the Bonn Government has indicated will ingness to recognize now certain outstanding Jewish claims for which no payments yet been made Bonn I,.,, a I so indicated readines pay a hue,, lump sun, of money to cover those claims wever. the German authorities stipulated several condi ions One,,, then, ,. thai tins paymenl should be enBidered a.he last and complete settlement of all ish claims, Another condition on which B s is that I sum should be p a i d to th e •">'' and thai the Conference—nol the Gen v ernmenl should handle the individual claims and make the payments to the claimants This would re. German) ol maintaining a machinery for inv claim deciding on whether the clam, justification and later making the paymenl VI present, there are thousands of officials engaged in West '"' : man) in the machiner) dealing with restitution tions and indemnification. The sum which the Bonn Government has in mind I" ofter as additional and final payment of rep to Jews who suffered under the Nazis is even higher than the total of reparations of $822.(MX). (MH agreed upon b) Germany to pa) Israel under the 1952 Luxemburg agreement This time the Israel Government will not the beneficiary of the now arrangement, since the mow) '" : the Jewish claims Confei i: Iurr ence will have to abolish its own : % %  • •



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Friday. June 22. 1962 *• Jen 1st fhridiar Page 9-A fROM U.S. DEVELOPMENT FUND JFK Cites $16 Million Aid To Israel for Fiscal 1961 pho o at left. Cal Kovens (left.. 1962 CJA Marshall S. Harris, who served as vice chairnrrr.c rece.ves his award for outstanding man of the important Trades and Professions from Stanley C Myers, dinner Council in the 1962 Combined Jewish Appeal. 0< In photo at nght Kovens (left) preHyland Riias. Trades and Professions cha.r.-.ts c. J'.varc :or outstanding leadership to man. was not present to receive his award. Lefcourt Takes Helm of Federation Conr-jed from Pjge 1A t, WS born in New York on 20 i _• 13. It.moved to Mii in 1936, and is a member of well-known accounting firm of •r imp>on and Lefcourt. is a graduate of New York ersit L'fcourl nas been long active in affairs of Federation and the i ubina lewish Appeal. Among n -. risible positions, he has at Federation vice prcs01 '. budget committee, hairn of the CJA collections nit 11 • and rating! committee. as chairman of the CJA luntai %  Group hai -erved as a vice presi • of Beth David Synagogue and e b ard of the YMHA. He is I nembei of the Florida Society eountanta. A former trustee 04 Mt Smai Hospital, he is now : the board of Cedars of Leba %  Hospital He is a member of ft '.view Country Club. In his acceptance address, Leftourt declared: "The success of our federation will be decided by the attitudea that are built up in n it :nity—and when we acSons of Israel Plan Installation Edwards will be installed Of the Greater Miami Ba*C Sons of Israel, at the lion's fourth annual dinner i show on Saturday eve 30. at the Sea Cull hotel honor will be Judge and llenrj Balaban Harry Levy. rgi of Florida for the Free rder will also install Henry • president; Irving S eaaurer; Irving Berkow>ccr< %  r> Neil Leben, recordarj and Sam s. Silver. %  tees will be Leslie Fel1 Abraham N. Block Kohnfelder will re year gol I button and li his hall i tntury ot mem the canization. Cepl the fact thut our Federation is the prime, central organization representing the heart and con science of our community; when we accept the fact that it is to be referred to honestly as 'our' Federation and net 'the' Federation, and when we regain the enthu.-iasm and actual affection for Federation that some of us have lost—then we have taken a major step forward in solving all our problems Speaking forcefully and with evident seriousness, Lefcourt said that "the tund raising efforts of innumerable organizations are creating a multiple appeal problem that has been of grave concern to all of us." "A strong central organization." the new president continued, "is essential to a s.rung community— and no other activity should be permitted in any way to weaken it "Let these people know by our attitua* that our Federation is mere than a fund-raising organization—let them know tnat it is the heart and soul of our Jewish community, and that it is the place where we get together to work out our problems, and that it is the forum where we concern ourselves as to what is happening to our fellow men." Elected to the beard of governors were: Mis. I u} Ablln, Rabbi Slayer kramowits, Mrs Eline Adam*, Willlam Agranove, A .1 Alexander, Mrs. U|i< |, .! % %  -. |i| Vltsi le.ill.-i-. Lester Arn.-t.i. s:.ln. \ At,-in. K. Wins. Apte, Jules Arkln, Shine) Aronovlte, '" %  •I Jacob Arvey, ll.-trr. August, Mrs. Lester Arkln, Milton ttalsam, Leonard Ban, Mi Nal llurth, Mi > • i llauingnrd, • %  : Kuth i %  • i %  %  • i. I'hlllp Hi rkowlts, ri i'iHerman, I •. 11 1 1> Kernsteln, Mi .\\ llliam llrenner, n ; .. Iln l.r. -!. %  A i 'antm I.i k I "al IK r in o -k \ i l %  .. Max %  • l-lclon v i en, San I'ohen IVoll hanii I'ravn \ li idil l"utlett, vnvd ll I'an. Irving I '. Till. I %  I i %  Mi I.Ill i "li nil n i.in ll< li. I :.: Mm %  •1 am i Kiiiuii Lewi K nieln, Ben %  Mm Churl.!. I'. %  Minnie I • Inbi \ %  %  ,., •: hxia iii.. Kohl, MrI • u th) K Kink [•eon f i her, Jai hi' F ishman David 1 %  • • m in. Abran r ix, Mayshii II irold Friedland, Mrs. 1 % %  ''' %  %  ton A i' i • hruehl n. Hi ralm • lali Josi ;-11 I i i iard %  r, I. -• |>h l iai Bey mow Ui •• i Selvan, Mr* I l elvan Rleh .1 liersteln, s.im (iertniT. II. MM (iiibert, Ben OlllMrs I...uI* lilasser, %  ;. orgi < iold• i -. Haloid • loldfarb, Lout* i: i ioldman, Marvin fioldman, Sol Cnldman, Billion II Ooldstein, Mr* I'.ui •• n. Max Ho Rteln \i Lillian Ooodma r>i %  Inuin, Harrj tiordon laek • ;..•don, r.i .: loi Ion, Kmll %  ;.• ild, I >• i irah im, Mr* tleo ^. i iraham, elvln %  : %  en Mi Mill m .-' Oreen ..in. li .'-.... !• (J nthan (iumenlrk, Mr* Trnd\ HamMarshall s llai-rtif. Isidore rent. Jr., Herbert Helkln, %  im.in. I'alllel N Hell. r. Albert In h, Morrli I lonlgba im, i: or Ich, Maw n Hj man. Mi Ma \ ell ll\ in.in. li \ iii--: .1 .1.. HI. Mrs • Kali .lai k Kal rm in Ml %  .i \ Ki rn. Waller K Irai m r, I | tivld Ku ;. Mr* 1 >.i\ Id Kli *h, Willin Kline, M l Kopi OH Is, Bins i—i* Hi.i Krain. r, Mr* ln.-z i. n-k>. Rabbi Leon Ki nnluh WASHINGTON — i.tTA, United States development fund loans •< Israi I for fiscal mil totaled 516 000,000— an increase ol $1,000,000 er the pre\ ous year—President Kennedy reported to Con week. Bui the President rt thai 1 s • hnical a istan %  to Israel '. i reduce.! in fiscal In; to S1.000 -MID a compared with Si.100.1 %  pre s yeai Th dm tioi in '"i !•• ii al issisl Presi • lid. was tl ll of "the growth cf technical compel •i Israel President Kennedy's references to Israel were contained in his annual reoort to Congress on the U.S. Mutual Security Program. The lawmakers were also told that in addition to U.S. agricultural commodities for Israel totaling $25,900,000 during the last fiscal year, U.S. advisers and technicians continue to serve in Israel on highway ar.d railway projects, as well as on programs for mineral and industrial development. The report showed no IS. military aid was provided to Israel in fiscal 1961. although four of her Arab neighbors — Saudi Arabia. Jordan, Lebanon and Iraq—did receive such aid. Lebanon received >172.0(,0 worth cf military aid fru;a ie I S A. in fiscal year 1961, I I was allot ated S107 (too in that cal .. rj for fiscal 1962 Joi militar; aid value at S3. 47 00 for fisi al 1961, and 51.511 162 Iraq •• S32.000 in tis< al 1961, and U > r %  :% % %  l:'t)2. No fi l military a '.> I ibia was n : .;i idem report : Departn i nl cin les said tl know why such a figure v i ; imitted, but thought it was poss ible that Saudi Arabia's militaryaid share had been in the form of ptircha.-es. rather than in grant* as applied to the other Arab neighbors of Israel. B'nci B'rith Social Singles B'nair B'rith Social Singles will have a night club affair Saturdayevening at the DiLido hotel. LeI nore Gerstenfield, membership chairman, said the organization now has a limited number of openings for new members. Single and unattached mature men and women are invited to attend tha Saturday affair Mi \.,' n I 1 .,.? .%  !•". 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Mnurh • Keiits, Pliil Re\ it/.. Il\ land Rlfas, la ob Rlfkln, l.. o Robinson, i %  • Nathan 11 Ri ed. I nai 'i Ku HI -• hel II isenl hai i: %  • Bui m ll Roth, Mi i| .., Rubin, Mrs Raymond Rubin, %  c .t. %  In, Moi ton Russii k Roln I i: issell, l.ei Ruwiul Dr M .1 .-.••. H I Sail, r, Mi Phil S.i met, Si n %  t, Ml I I Sandli u ler, Mi.-. Samuel T Sap .• ll. .1/11. .Ill MlI ll II Si till K. Pbillp Schlff, Alex Si hneidman. Israi I -. ii .:; /. Mrs ';. i ,lii s. hu n Isu \! %  Si. In;. Si hw .. I \£. I \ I r .! Si II "'. : '• llViU'tl, Pan! Mrs I iliSel Mr* l...in Si llin hi Serl Rabbi ..:-..:: %  i i M. l.avvrenei -. i Mlli. kuM r/.. Mi i-Mith simn • %  .%  ; %  Sin on, Mn •;. org< \ II S ii. ll i %  i v Slmonhol I M uel .iilltti ... So| \ Soltz, I> N'atba ..it. .In. IK. Ham -I II Spai I > JoxllUH '/ %  \ %  I: : ... %  %  : %  .. u .Si %  nshi it.. I % % %  li.. • tin Hi ird Ste\i ns, II .. t impf, l '.,\ i rli Sui %  :. 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Page S-A 9-JfHi^tn-rridH.nr Friday, June 22, 19B2 =•=3 Hias Cites Federation's Refugee Aid A. J. Harris, outgoinq ppresident of Federation, accepts a plaque from James Rice, national executive director of United Hias. The award recognized the outstanding efforts of Federation and its agencies in helping Cuban refugees. Catholic Newspaper's Editorial Draws Hot Criticism in Boston Continued from Page 1A ized minority has done its work U destroy the Sunda) The editorial said the amendment "clearly gives commercial advantages to one minority in the community while it penalizes another." On the opposite page The Pilot carried "for the interest of our readers, the names of those who so unwisely support the bill." Rabbi Shubow, spiritual leader of Temple B'nai Moshe. said he was "aghast at the harsh tone of 1 he Pilot i statement Rabbi l \ chairman of the Social Action Cen '. mission of the Massachusetts Council of Rabbis, termed the amendment an act of 'freedom and equality to every religious belief." Sabbatarians, he declared, "are certainly owed the privilege of opening six days a week instead of restricting them to a four-and-one-half economy." i He rejected the claim that pro-1 fessional lobbyists had been working for the amendment, declaring i that it was the opposition that was I led by '"paid professional lobbyists A similar amendment had previously been turned down in the lower house of the state legislature. The Gn ater Miami Jewish Federation drew high praise ; Miami since Castro took over A .i Harris, outgoing Federa tion presi li til re< eiv< d a plaque from Jan %  i executive dirc< tor ol i nited Hias, lauding the "compasslo res nse' ol Federation and u~ agencies to the plight ol the refug< • United Hias is the sole international Jewish migration agency responsible for world-wide emigration and resettlement, with the exception of emigration to Israel. Rue told those at the Federation dinner that United Hias working with Federation and its agencies, has been able to resettle throughout the United States mere than 2 000 of the 3.000 Cuban Jewish refugees who have arrived at the port ol Miami. The work is continuing, he emphasized, with refugees being met almost daily at Miami International Airport and started on the road to resettlement. The citation accompanying the plaque said it was presented "as an expression of our profound ap, preciation for the compassionate response Of the Federation anil Federation's supported agencies in providing a home for temporary haven and a sense of belonging for thousands of Jewish refugees from Cuba, whose migration brought them to Miami as a port of entry to a new and better life. "Through the inspiring cooperation of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and Jewish resettlement agencies throughout the country, the United Hias service has been enabled to resettle Jewish men. women and children who have had to flee from Cuba. "This award presented on the occasion of the twenty-fourth annual meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation is dedicated to the leaders and members of the Federation whose warmth and oenerosity toward the Cuban refugees symbolizes, in the finest sense, their deep concern for the welfare of uprooted and homflen Jews throughout the world." av ard was signed by Mur r .\ Gurf< in, national United Hias pre* Edwin Rosenberg chair man of the national council; and Rice singled out several red ciation agent es for pra se He pi inted out ugees hav been treal MI, Sinai Hospital; the Na ell of Jewish Women has j them in relations u h Fe agencies; the lanriih E a Childn n's St n Ice ha i %  > uh foster can for refugee tbe Great* i Miami Jew i munitv I • %  • •ha\ • i:ded the | children with their i and pre school programs; and the uth Vocational Service ha hi the refugees find employment How to increase your business profits—^3 Shaloma Hadassah Party Shaloma group 01 Hadassah will hold a card p irty on Monday noon at the S< a Gull hotel. 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Page 2-A +Jmi$t> ntridinr Friday. June 22, 1962 Soviet Jews Pushed Deeper into Travail Jacob and Adele Kaplan Awards are presented to Fred Silverman (right) and Daniel Weiss (left) at recent Hebrew High School qraduation exercises of the Bureau of Jewish Education at Beth David Congregation. Making the presentation :s Rabbi David Shapiro, spiritual leader of Temple Sinai of Hollywood and president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn. Claims Conference Meeting Studies German Indemnification Continued from Page 1A >:. %  >>> are necessar; to seek immentation of a German le is lative program sought by the Confere nee, and to improve and accelerate the payment of indemnification claims to individual JewI ish victims <>t Nazism, The two 1 other officers to work on this pro1 j-r.wn with Dr. Cioldmann are .'aeob Blaustein. senior vice president of the Conference, and Moses A Leavitt, treasurer. At a news conference followStudents Win Florida Trip Members of the Beth David Junior Congregation who. through their attendance have earned the reward (i touring parts of Florida, were announced this week. They are: Nancy Ahrams. Marcia Cypen. T-onna Ehrens. Kenneth Hilton. Eric K..plan. Mark and Mira Lomaskin. Lyn Pont. Cheryl Ram. Rita Rosinek, Ben Lewis Schachter, James Stuff. Barnett Schwartzman. Mark S.mll. David Stone. Robert Tanenbaum. Jay Tinier. Cheryl Tytell. Richard viaas. F.nc Young. Accompanied by Saul Rabin, edit ation director of Beth David, they will visit the Edison Home. Circus Hall of Fame. Weeki-Wachee. and St. Petersburg and Cypress Gardens from June 17 to 19. ing the board meeting. Dr. Goldmann said he would go to Germany this week. He said he may meet with West Germany's Finance Minister, Dr. Heinz Starke, or arrange a conference with Dr. Starke later this year, when the Bonn Parliament takes a recess. The "ideal" solution from the Jewish point of view. Dr Gold mann said, would be an improved German law covering the outstanding claims But, he -aid. there are other suggestions for a solution, and "it is all a matter for negotiation." "One must always remember.'" he added, "that the ideal solution is not always attainable. However, before a final agreement is made with the German authorities, the negotiators would go back to a full, plenary session of the Claims Conference, so that any agreement would have to be endorsed by the Conference as a whole." During his news conference. Dr. Goldmann said, on an unrelated topic, that he hoped to settle in Israel in the autumn of 1963. when his home in Jerusalem would be ready. NEW YORK (JTA) The Sox ,ct Government "is pushing the Soviet Jew deener nit > the pit ..f second-cla s citii mship. whether he is a Jew who practices his reli %  ii or who long a :<: left the synagogue." the current issue of the Saturday Evenig Post >ays,iu |a 1 rst-hand report. ••This means." the report emphas "•-. "'hat many thousands ol non-religious -lews who want nothing more than the r:ght to he counted as normal members of Soviet society are forced into a life with special liabilities" The report was written b> Rowland Evan* Jr member of the editorial staff of the New York Herald Tribune. Enumerating the discrimination practiced against Jews in the Soviet Union today the report says that "the heart of tragedy" for Russian Jews is the fact that while Khrushchev renounces the terrible excesses of Stalin against all the people in Russia, the Jews *re still singled out for special abuse. "For most Russians, life is getting somewhat better, for the .low il i> becoming intolerable." Mr Evans stresses, lb' adds that the Soviet Government iembarrassed bj the searchlight of world opinion on its discrimination againsl Jews, and explain* why the Mocow rulers do not permit .lowto leave the country. Th' report also explains win Jews are being made the scape goats bj the Soviet authorities lor economic crimes which are now developing in the Soviet Union The Soviet economy, the report says, has moved from a bare sub MD's for Israel Meet in Chicago Dr. Lou:G. l.ytton. local phy sician. this week announced that the annual assembly of the Amer 'can Physicians Fellowship for the Israel Medical Assn. will be held Monday evening at the Hotel Morrison in Chicago. Dr. Lytton said the assembly will be held in conjunction with the convention of the American Medical Assn. The assembly, composed of some 3.000 l".S. physicians, "is doing a fine job in helping to make Israel a major world medical center." according to the Miami physician The meeting of the organization will be held at 8:30 p.m. .;, ni i ciety to a more advanced level. An enormous "grey mark.:" in illegal disposition ol desired producthas developed Someone must juggle the figures • conceal these Illegal traasac lions "and that someone often turn.pu.1 to be the, accountant or clerk. •:.!'.;• "i whom are Jewish. Bi i ause they are Jewish, they risk severe reprisals from their chiefthe managers who profit most from the grey market if they refuse to conceal the Illegal transactions "and so some of them do cooperate." Adopting the scapegoat approach "for the disease of the grey market," the Soviet state is turning its investigative and prosecuting powers "on the Jew who clerks for the factory manager, who keeps the books for the collective farm, or who does the accounting for the manager of the wool combine." The trials for thievery, specula tion and other economic crimes, in which a number of Russian Jews have alreadj been executed, are in full swing. Mr Evans reported. 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Friday. June 22. 1962 +JmHt) rfrridTictr Page 7-a> TEMPLE B'nai Sholom Sisterhood had planned a swim nd dance party for last Saturaj night, when the weather up>ot tht ir plans < ailing it a Dry Swim party, the Sisterhood nsferred their activities to the remple, u-inc a children's wadg p. .1 a ,-i "substitute" for se who wanted to "swim Among those who dressed casally were Mrs Abe Kalinsky in yellow Italian silk slack set jacket featured a floral print orange, red ami yellow Mrs, ! Norman. Her tailored oust had long sleeves, and < completed her costume %  >ith high-heeled gold sandals. Mrs Lee Cohen chose a shocking ink silk slack set with a pink nd white floral print jacket. The kie"length jacket with blue. and yellow printed on le, and worn over a pair of green .-ilk slacks was Mrs Stein's choice for the "dry party, • • • CISTERHOOD president. Mrs Lou Aronovitz, wore an ice%  chambray with short sleeves full skirt Her square neck d bodice featured a white em%  •red eyelette insert which pered to a narrow V at the • aistline, stripes of black, grej I ."own in a tailored skirt • • worn by MrDavid Seti Her sheath skirt was in a ate-colored grey Mn Sam Black topped her a A pants with a pink and -aite wrap-around printed bodice. \ large bow was tied on one tie. The COUlotte skirt was the loice i f Mrs i tscar Linden-. fi Id in Mack and white plaid. and was topped with the classic -h,.rt sleeved blouse Fern. ruffles trimmed the long 11 ves and hemline of Mrs Tobj it's black, orange and ti print s.ik blouse Tapered ii k s.ik si icks completed her Me. man of the part) w as Irs Lew Leon Her slack Bel was of homespun fabric, with mint green slacks and a beige "kookie'Mength jacket Cut across the bottom like a man's shirt, her jacket featured a bateau neckline, three quarter length sleeves, and gold buttons down the front. Matching over size gold pins were worn in her Coiffure. Tunes and shades of pinks, in a floral print, was the choice ol Mrs Paul Kresel. Her dress featured a scooped neck, puffed sleeves and a full skirt THE sarong styled dress was worn by Mrs Phil Dom in aqua, with a small white figured print, fitted bodice and an asym metrically draped skirt. The ••ten-timer" was the choice of Mrs. Lou Levine. Red and white were printed on a black background of black on both the Capri-length pants and the kneeth Jacket. The jacket featured the high mandarine collar. Mrs Harry Hirsch's lemon yellow sailcloth was in the pyramid silhouette. It was sleeveless, and featured oversized white buttons down the front, and over sized hip pockets MISS B£T|£ tRDBERG Caron Barusch Now Mrs. Leff Caron Barusch, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Edward Baru-ch. ol 5M Ponce de Leon blvd.. Coral Gables, became the bride of Marvin A Leff, 2832 SW 22nd tcr.. on Sunday, June n. The moraing wedding was perfcrmed by Rabbi Norman N Shapiro at Westbrooke Country Club with a wedding brunch following. Caron is a graduate of Coral Cables High and attended the University of Florida. Mr. Leff. .-on of the Eli Leffs, of Miami, attended the University of Miami and is a Coral Gables manufacturer Following a honeymoon in Flornie. tht newly weds will reside in Miami Council Bids Bon Voyoge On Thin--,la\ B p m at the Alhotel. 142 persons who comprise the group for the EuropeIsrael Tour sponsored by the Greater Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women, were to enjoy a bon voyagi part) hosted by Council Program for the meeting was to be modi rated by Aaron Farr, ol Farr Tours, with a panel ol speakers including Jacques Turner, general .-ales manager of Air France; Ak \ a Goffi r. regional director of Zim Lines; and Bob Munsey, m v manager of National Air All ore cooperating v ith the planol the tour which will depart [dli d Anport on Jul) 20 LOW COST RETIREMENT • FISHING fc SWIMMINO • *U ROOMS WITH PRIVATE BATH • RECREATION & ENTERTAINMENT • NEAR STORES & BUSES TRIAL PERIOD INVITED 540 WEST AVI. MIAMI BEACH. FLA. Camp Judah Double Sessions Camp Judah of Dade Heights Jewish Congregation will begin June 25 to Aug 17 for children between the ages of -1 and 12 for a five-day week. 9 to 4 p.m Activities include swimming, bowling, dancing, arts and crafts. music-drama, field-trips and cookouts, The two 4-week sessions will be under the supervision of Herb Weinfeld, camp director, and will run from June 25 to July 20 and July :>:t to Aug. 17. Meals will be prepared by Mrs C GetZ, dietician in the Dade county public schools, and swim ining will be under the direction of a registered water-safety instructor Preschoolers will be under the direction ot Mrs Arlinc Foster, kindergarten supervisor of Dad Heights BUS transportation to and from the camp will be available upon i< quest. Miamian Gets Honor Medal Airman Third Class Foster 0 '/< igler, -on of MrS ira C Zeig ler, 1236 NW 27th si has bee:; awarded the Imerii in Spirrt Honor Medal ai Keesli r Air Forci Basi Airman Zeigler was selected for thi award for having best d strated thi ol lea i which express the \mencan spin:. or, initiative, lo) and high example to comrades in arms n* MONTH— MS'PUSON OIL OCC— ANSUAl-aASIS' i>i ot ;so oo-ii INClUDtS 1 Ol'IOOUS MIALS A or PHONE JE 2-5433 A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 9 8401 Miss Erdberg To be Married Mr and Mr~. Harry Erdberg, of Birmingham, Ala., announce the engagement of their .laughter. Betfe llene, to Morris Louis SpecI r, son of Mr. and Mrs Irving Spector, of 1022 SW 12th st Miami. Miss Erdberg graduated in the June class of the University of Miami with a Bachelor's degree in education and will teach in Miami She was a member of Delta Phi Epsil in sorority. Miss Erdberg is the granddaughl r of Mrs Hose Erdberg and the late Joseph Erdberg, ol Oklahoma, and t.f the late Mr. and Mrs Men Landers, ol Birmingham Mr Spector is a native Miamian. graduated from Miami High Si hoot, and received a BBA degree from the University of Miami in 1961 He was a member of Alpha Delta Sigma, ad-, rtising fraternity He is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Spector. pioneer Miami builders, and Miami pio] neers, the late Mr. and Mrs. Mor, ris Dock. The couple plan an August wedding. David Shapiro (left) surprises his mother, Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, by appearing and lauding her at the installation luncheon of Hebrew Academy Women, when she received the gavel for her fourth consecutive term as president. Rabbi Morris L. Horovitz (right), assistant principal, installed Mrs. Shapiro and her officers. On i*ie lawn ol Histadrut headguarters in Tel Aviv. Frank Sinatra accepts a silver-bound Bible from chiefs of the Israel labor movement, who were sponsors of his recent eight-concert tour of Israel. Proceeds of the benefit performances have gcone toward construction of the International Youth Center in Nazareth, where Jewish and Arab children will enjoy social, cultural and athletic activities. Sinatra's first visit to "the land of the Bible'' was part of his round-the-world tour for the benefit of underprivileged children. UM Girl Gets Another Award • Mi s Breiitia Ann Blumberg, a senior at the University of Miami. is the recipient of the Mary B. Menitt Award given to the outtiding sororit) woman of the year Daughter of Mr. and Mrs Abner C Blumberg. of Highland Park. N J Miss Blumberg received the ard at the annual Panhcllenic workshop on Ma) 3 Presentatioi li i y lii an Maj A Brun•on and past Dean Mary B Merrit: before some 6 K) sorority women and administration leaders Listed in "Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities Miss Blumberg will graduate on lune 12 with a degree in education. Fhe served as president of Phi Sigma Sigma for two years and has been chairman of activities, homecoming, publicity and rush. tfQV7 15 THE TiME TO STORE YOUR WINTER GARMENTS FOR THZ # SAFEST O SUREST & COOLEST FV H STORAGE Also Havs Your Furs Remodeled—Rapaired FR : FLORIDA • '. • '. GROVE CLEANERS & FURRIERS Coc"nu! Grove, Flo. 31C0 Commodore Plaza u n J Phone HI 6-2536



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Friday, June 22, 1962 *• Jew 1st fhridUan Page 3-B With tZ5i4tnmer <_J~lere, Jhc\j re v^y/ for jr un Mrs %  tor. Balsam off Men i •. ij with the Balsam '. in-. A a '1 Nina 10, en UMj^art .' •_ Wr !" paT= and Mrs Jacob WeisI. a ster ther in law, M Gimpel. Thei II j : I i south—but onlj a •. where .Man N del the summer at ( a Sk; ,:i Cornelia, Ga. 'i • had an elevay | • her home, e'll nevei e 11 huge col I : around i i" an Is II sts : 2), i her par i '• ai Paul Bii %  I p : Mrs B .i final lb> i the • LI ,i ri ml II SW 7.h avc. on Sun3 • i • n Former iritui Ii a I remple Za • Rab i his family e taken in< nl resi11 • 2066 s ;• -ninsula dr.. [> i.vtoi a Bea Mrs Marvin : man and her three daughters ,.. o visit grandmas ii Delavi u %  ind New Jersey, Rhona is the n .. president ol Lorber chapter, Children's Asthma Research Institute and li spital, TIKgrai Imas will babysit while Rhona I Marvin >;o to the DI ional c i it -ition of the medical organ %  in in Denver from Jui> 21 to 23 • < Lillian Bernsl Pink Lady of Mt Sinai Hospital bursting with pride Born :. • I me 12 a 7 lb. boy ti 'ele i I lerald Falick, making Lillian a great grandmother Her grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. \ Roth and Mr. and Mn Sam D i lo) Falick. Lillian also t %  i irts that Barry ind Judith Shem were back in wn after a 13 • >k stay in AtBeth Am Ladies Plan Weekend lanta, G i ,' whi re Barry completed histudies with the U.S. Internal Revenue Service. Now fthey'fe off l ith C rolRla and • \ there After that. Lakeland will be the couple's permanenl home and Barry's steady Intern,,; Revenue offici Ju ghl r of Joe and i. than II got in a final weekend il Westbrooke Countr} i leaving for Lima. Pei : the nexl and half n nths as an exchange student, Also .; %  ue %  l rooke: Mr and Mrs Alvin Horowitz and daugh ter, Si-. -• a cabana %  I %  ing on a bus ines trip to Nassi •• 620 51sl ter • the Metro Per I ridaj for '• i 1 e he will attend the : Miss Ellen Duber. itein to Robert Nagler at the Sheraton East on Sunday. After sp nding a few days in New York. Mr. Schwartz flys to Shannon. Ireland. ;o be abroad -ix weeks vis iting, Ireland, Scotland, Denmark. Sweden. Norway. Finland. England and France. This will be his sixth trip abroad within the past I five years. — Isabel Grove pic too Irvii -; L'hrman, spiritual leader of TemErr.a; -"dresses a women's commitEfee ct home c! Mrs. Max Boderman, 6566 N. Bay rd„ to launch the Temple's new I 'Operation Open Arms." Standing (left riohl ro Dr. Lehrman and Mesdames Alex Koc< !.. Sol Si -.. Milton F Elliot H Sol Gcld-stc: | of TernTed Milare pie Emanu-El Sisterhood, Simon Rubin, Zalles, Frederick Stein, Willicm Gordon, ton Smith, end Martin Borkin. Seated Mesdames Jules Channing, Henry Penchcr.sky, Murray Maisel, Max Boderman, hostess Seymour Alterm.cn, Lee Ratner, Milton Blurr. and Irving Lehrman, wife of Dr. Lehrmar. man. Mkm Couple Answer Jewish Floridian Article on Need of Cuban Refugees Here Rabbi Ranson Off to Ceremony Rabbi Marius Ranson. 70 yearold retired spiritual leader, of 100th St., Bay Harbor Islands, has been invited to attend the unveil ing of a life size portrait of him self at Temple Shaarei Tefilah in East Orange. N.J. Occasion will be the dedication of a religious school room in his honor by the congregation which he served for 18 years, from 1930 to l!)48. prior to his moving to Ft. Lauderdale. where he served for 13 years to 1961. The portrait, painted by the well-known artist, Erek Wagman, is the _;:ft to the congregation of its f.rmer ppresident, Martin M. Lehrer, life-long friend of Rabbi and Mrs. Hanson. The Temple Beth Notables Win Degrees \m Will sponsor i weekend at Napli : • ach i >i August 10 to Then ill b %  I hing, swimming, i:-. I golf. There • %  i ll also be a c icktail party feared at part if the entertainment Chartered lir-conditioned buses will lit provide! for those who wish these ai commo 1 it; >ns, according th< hchairmea, Mrs. Barbara C lodman and Mrs, Harriet Segal. M r Miriam herkas, newlyelected president, laid that Sisterd activities .'.:I1 be scheduled the sum ner months. By Special Report LOS ANGELES .lames A. Pike. Episcopal Bishop of California, and Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco, worldfamed composer, were among the recipients of honorary degrees awarded by the California School ot Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, America's Seminary of Reform Judaism. Dr. Nelson Glueck, president of the College-Institute, conferred the degrees at commencement exercises held Friday at Wilshire Boulevard Temple here Mr and Mrs 5am Fuchs, of 1-144 So Biscayne Poinl Road, have gone elf to Kingston, N.C., for their summer vacation. But not befiire they responded meaningfully to an article appearing in the .lane 8 edition of The Jewish Floridian. There, Mr. and Mrs. Fuchs read abcut the Cuban Hebrew Social Circle of Miami, an organixation comprsed of several hundred members of Miami's Cuban Jewish refugee colony So touched were they by the need for "a friendly hand" to these uprooted citizens of Castro Communism, that the couple sent a check for S100 to the Circle, whose quartirs are at 602 Mercantile Bank bldg.. Lincoln Mall. "My husband and I do hope that this amount will be the forerunner to aid you in your endeavorto improve and to help the Cuban Jewish people here in Miami." Mr. and Mrs. Fuchs wrote the organization. As a result, they are now the first to receive a charter certificate as honorary members of the society, which this week announced that Honorary memberships will hence forth be available to Greater Miamians "We have been welcomed by the. United States Government and by the community of South Florda in the most admirable way," Enrique Kalusin, president of the organization, told The Jewish Floridian. "No other land would have opened its doors S9 readily. "Now, we are merely asking the community also to open its heart.*" Added Sr Kalusin: "Cuban Jewish refugees h< re are grateful tor the exemplary action of Mr. and Mrs. Fuchs The president said that other persons and organizations have also since come forward with offers of assistance as a result of the recent article in The Jewish Floridian. ar meeting quarter, nti J< i-h families arrive ily, Sevt ral da) ago ne plane All oi lion, ,.--.-; a nee — a : llj hand.' elix Reyler executn „, am Mrs director 01 the Cuban Hebrew .,.„, c;m ,„, saUsfl( ual Circle of Miami: "Our need for > 01 e of the first to be ; %  : 'a %  -1 andwichfes love Ano so do cheese omelets, canapes ... ^ whatever ca"s for cheese. Here"s a distinctive nutty cheese flavor unitke any ot^er. Obviously imported. Six individually foiled slices P' tack. Try s*.ss Knight slices ... tonight! Scopus Hadassah P!ans for July 4 Mt Scopus fTOUp of Hadassah is planning a Feurth of July weekend at the Casal lanca hotel. Program will include three days and two nights of fun. entertainment and relaxation, including a ..' ride, night club, and cocktail part) In charge ol reservations are Mesdames Ph> Us Churvis, R i Sami %  Topol Mrs, Max i nun is, 2687 SW 24th ter Miami, sits according to \\ i. Louis Vlexai ri< r pr< -dent W0UID YOU UKE YOUR Crf'tDREN S OR GRANDCH1DRENS EDUCATION PARTIALLY PAID BY TAX SAVINGS? Wi'ite I. C. e o Jewish Floridian, Bo 2973. Mam Postoffice. Mlam sunshine fashions trend setter In the south S??o 3jrdine's for the South'* widest assortments best in values newest in fashion and home trends. Use one of our Sunshine Creat plans to shop fha nicest way to own what yoj want when you want it. Shop monday and friday night* miami, miami ba.ch fit t It3rd itraat, ft. laudardal*. watt palm baach 'til 9 30 For Women Who Desire the Latest in Coiffures SALON SUPREME 1020 Lincoln Road Mall JEfferson 8-3666 WIGS CLEANED AND STYLED. LARGE VARIETY OF IMPORTED hUVN ^AIR WIGS. I



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Friday, June 22, 1932 +. Jen 1st ftrrinf/tr Henry fssenberg Josef tuck Writ. Pomerance Jack Stevens J^ar IT ; l Ices, Juno .'i i i Dai i: gregation will "l>"l( Bi v ih if William erai Ra bi Norman Shai ro will rhe I ar Mitzva i .the son ol Mrs • Pomerance il i iter eig le al PalIto J nioi ..I m the s an a and stamp the Boy Henry '.-:n ztrg : Mr. and : id 1-3 1029 MaCor II be* i.KTcth Jail li lay, June uncle "i •/•. a %  ng. student ;ii e Leoi [i J'I, here • mho:tool band. lenl al Beth D.-vid i %  igious ho ii, with which |).in .!> art' • I. Prior to r heir enroll h David, he tend*i the li • it ademy and erthereligi %  school at Tifereth The Bar Muz. i ill in addition i chani :ig the tra li inal Maftir, i reai the I' irtion. Henry %  Bar i ill be Obved on the idaj ol his thei. % %  ho is Ra i Heim's twin ter. Among n relatives tx Mr, ar. I Mr • I iseph IssenLawr • e, Mass, Andrew Plciahar !T ing spmtual ei ret El, will • the -. ah ci| An it M i : Mrs N uh on 3 morning, • ai : grade stu a M inior High .r.is yea hei e he is a f the ho il band. He is of Temple Emanu-EI's Troop >). and will reMve lh Eagle Scout Award, one o' the .'. -i i i 1obtainable in icoutii >r Lehrman will also present kmi itt >ba Si Nor Tajnid Heard luring the Bar Mitz1 set ice In addM ia, Andrew is ind his other nclu ita p and coinlere I orate the oc %  hi Iparents, rs. I Lti lerbach, ol h tored l following p • %  %  Delano Page 9-B the fall. He plays piano and the i lie Lasl year, he was a member the accelerated mathematics li 53 In honor of his Bar Mitzvah, David's parents sponsored Kiddush iollowing the service. Rabbi Norman N Shapiro officiated Robert Usherson Bar Mitzvah of Robert Mark l'sherson will take place at Beth David Congregation on Saturday orning-, June-3. ""• Rabbi Norman Shapiro will officiate Robert, son of Mr. and MrHerbert L'sherson, will enter eighth made at Shenandoah Junior High Si hool in the fall. He plays the alto and baritone saxophone, and has won awards for proficiency in music and science Jack Stevens Rabbi Irving Lehrman will olI i iate al the Bar Mitzvah ol .lack Stevens, son ol Dr. and Mrs. Theod< re If Stc ens, on Saturday mornJune 23 il I'emple Emanji-EI. Jack just completed seventh %  le at Nautilus Junior High Si hool. where he is a member ol tin band. His hobbies include asi ball, music and science A reception in his honor will be held Saturdaj evening at thi \ ers hi Here to celebrate the i 11 asion v ill be his aunl an i uncle ol New York City, Mr, and Mrs. Jack MesRobert Usherson /Mitchell Solomon Mitch* S: : -on >l Mr. and .. rd S [7936 Bis mi Beach. : '.. • Saturdaj nple Men abbi \ iramowitz ti in Temple '•'n ll and at igh School • 'at' :'. rd of the A reg it:ona K Idush will %  •'.., nlng serva re Mitchell's bi fid Sal rdaj eve e Socia [all His hornir The eighth J inior I %  Villi I Z gl#r ill will ol ih of wii%  • rs Z %  Saturday lune .,' r impla Zion Mil ib the ton of -:ler. An Wesl Miami -ii i ; • won anI the • Fair, and i Jocll Grundman Borry Benenleld plans to c intinue his studies in the Temple Zi"ii confirmation class. Kiddush will be tendered by Mr and Mrs, Ziegler in their son's h mor at the conclusion of the Bar Mitzvah cerem Robert Kussner Saturdaj ces, June ..j. al Temple J idea \:il include the Bar Mitz\ ah il Robi r) Kussi on i f Mr and Mrs Israel J K %  sner, BOS Sevilla IVI G iles Robert s a stu ii nl in the sevei th • Junior Huh H Kid. usl ci uests i : I 11. • Sarry Be.-enf:'d M ill tak I in w A will ; f Mr. and 3 Nath III NW 37th et S > |hth gradi the Hebi ^cad pmj was year, and en : the %  the Bai David Saneari David N f Mr. an i Bar Congrega June Da\. • the • at V. E. Albert Pallot, chairman of the Miami beautification committee, and Charles L. Crumpton. chief of the Project Planning Division of the Metropolitan Dade County Planning Department, look over the Miami River with plans for basic improvements. Crumpton will deliver a special Miami River report before the Scation group and guests at a lu eon meeting open to the public Friday noon at the Biscayne Terrace hoi Jack Grundman Rabbi Max Lipschitz will officiate at tinBar Mitzvah of Jack Grundman during services at Beth Torah Congregation on Saturday. June 23. Son of Mr and Mrs. Harry Grundman, 675 NE 179th ter., the celebrant is a student at North Miami Beach Junior High, and won a boiing trophy presented by the opti-_ mists. In his honor, there will be a Kiddush following t h e ceremony and a dinner at the Sorrento hotel in the evening. Elliot Tobias Elliot, son of Mr. and Mrs Len Tobias 19200 NW 5th ave., H 111 ,crve hiBar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, .lune 23, at Congragation Sehudab Moshe Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz will officiate, and Cantor Maurice Neu, uncle of the celebrant, will chant the liturgy. The Bar Mitzvah will enter the eighth grade at Norland Junior High and the confirmation class in September He is an accordionist, Here for the occasion will be Elliot's grandparents. Mr and Mrs. Jack Tobias, Detroit, Mich., and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Goldkin, Chicago, 111 In honor of their son. Mr. and' Mrs Tobias will sponsor the Oneg Shabbat on Fridaj evening and a Kiddush M:I\ bullet luncheon following the services on Saturday Jose* Luck Temple Beth Sholon: will be the site of the Bar Mitzvah of ,i >sel Alan Luck on Saturday morn June 23 Rabbi Leon Kronish will Hi : ite ; isi: is .i student in the Beth Sholom confirmation class I 5724 Michael Auerbach e Vuerbach. son ol Mr Mrs I rj \ >rl ... h, 70! Para Us -. ill become Bar M • lay morn. ..( Temple Beth Am. Michael will spend the summer al amp in Israel, along with his Joan ll, and younger brothDai 9 He will enter ninth le al Ponce de Leon High School fall Michael has been a student at Beth Am with Rabbi Herbert Baum ind Cantor Charles Kodner, who will officiate al Ihe Saturdaj sen ice A dinner party in his honor will ... held Saturdaj evening al Westke Country Club Schwartzman Wi!! Attend Confab In Jerusalem Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education. has been Chosen is one ot the 30 professional delegates to represent the United States at a world conference on Jewish education to be held in Jerusalem on Aug. 12 to 17 Schwartzm i ently re%  eel 'd national :e pn enl of the N Ed ucati : The local delegation to the world conference will be headed by Leo Robinson, Bureau vice president, as official delegate, and will include Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Harari, Rabbi Alfred Waxman, Or. and Mrs. Nathaniel Soroff, Dr. Jotaph Unterman, and Rabbi Shimon Azulay, as official observers. The agenda of the world conference on Jewish education will include discussions of community responsibilit} to Jewish education, teacher education, Day schools, place iii diaspora education i elementary Jewish education, The program also includes reception by the Israel Minister of Education, IOWIS SCHWAKTZMAH the Ministry of Religion, and greet.: gs from the Mayor of Jerusalem. "Purpose of the conference is "> review the situation of Jewish education in the diaspora, to higr liisht the significance of Jewish education for creative Jewish survival, and to discuss the feasibility of organizing an international bulean for the exchange of information and to promote cooperation .n • he advancement of Jewish education," Schwartzman explained parkway7theatre TODAY 0 TODAY oro c May fain WHX/ Su*tAef\ Open 6 45 SyOMCfJ, iVorcofics Expert Speaks Pi lambda Phi Alumni Vssn held % %  meeting Wednesda) at Sorrento restaurant Mi Ra> Bellinger, of the State Board ot ellealth, Bureau of Narcotii -poke aspects of the narcotics problem in the state of Florida. MIAMI BEACH m Wg^^ CONCERTS .^mUftfTikt KM. PV^r^V^P^BBBBB^f^^^^^ I/in DCAbON W?^ f z ommm uuu B ^S£$9 SUNDAY EVE JUNE 24, AT B30P.M. 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the 0/7. ovnan s "World n j by ISABEL GROVE General summer exodus in full swing Some going for a lew weeks, others expect to be away a few months Main just plan to relax, many have a hectic schedule of sight-seeing, and ameng the students additional courses and classes will "improve each shining hour" Spending the entire summer in New York with familv. Mrs Ann Satin, popular teacher of mathematics at Nautilus'Junior High, and her three lovely daughters Wendy, voted -Friendliest in her ninth grade at Nautilus Marcia. one of the peakers at her June graduation from Beach High And Mary Ellen, a junior at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania Msjonng in corporation finance, she'll acquire some first hand knowledge in that field working in Wall st. Marcia, who hasn't quite made up her mind whether she will pursue a career in medicine or languages, will test her reaction to the world of the former by working as a nurses aide in the New York H. spital ... At the end of the summer, she'll return with her sist.r to start her freshman year at the University of Pennsylvania Lai Vegas makes an attractive stop on the way to the West Coast Dorothy and Nat Friedman, of Palm Island left Saturday and will divide three weeks between the desert oasis and l-o* Angeles, where Dorothy has lots of family to visit • • Similar route for the Jimmie Chapmans. Fred Somerstcins and Mrs Selma Fried After a week m Las Vegas, the men will return here, leaving the women to travel further to Lake lahoe and California Vi.-iting her daughter and grandson Bruce 9, Mrs Frances l.inn sums it all up neatly New York is fine. Miami is better. be back soon .. Irwin and Barbara Rubin and their cute youngsters. Randv 8 and Cindy 5. are pulling up stakes and leaving for Santa Barbara. Calif., where they have bought the Santa Barbara Inn. uhich tronts on the Pacific Ocean Surprise bon vavage dinner party given for them last week at the Diplomat Hosts were Toby and Leonard Friedland. Margie and Irving Cohen and Lee ind Jack Emmers Centerpiece was a floral replica of the Santa Barbara Inn. and the airplane motif predominated in other lecorations ... It was a gay evening, all of the 20 guests certain the Rubins will soon see the error of their ways and return to the land of sunshine on the Atlantic Ocean Seen doing a spirit.d twist, Alice and Seymour Rubin. Marcelle and Donald fyiplan. the Jason Berkmans, tile Chick SwittS, and the Paul laeobs : Others. Irwin's parents, the Raymond Rubin.Bar iarai mother and aunt. Mrs Betty Kaufman and -Mrs Jcllie ol • s.v.ral nights later, ;!.. %  Rubin clan gathered -it the Wesi 1 untry Club to celebrate the Bar Milzvah ol Joel William •n HI Seymour and Alice Rubin The ivrcmonv had been held June 16 at Temple Emanu-El, the date of the 53rd wed anniversary ol gl indparents, Mr. and Mrs Raymond Rubin, a •ccond reason for the dinner dance celebration Blond Alice. •el's prettj mother, in a deep pink chiffon Estevez original with oin dots embroidered in silver beads Entertainment included songs by Marion Colby who attended "ith her husband. Judge Bernard Frank, and Pin a (Mrs Sol) loldman attending with her husband Among ether guests were Mr. and Mrs [sadore llecht. Mr md Mrs. Morris Lansburgh, Mr. and Mrs Bernard Fuller. Mr. ind Mr> Louis Grossman, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pollak, Mr and Mrs Morris Green, Mr and Mrs. William Green, Mr and Mrs \llthonj lane. Dr and MrMany A MosCOe, Dr. and Mr.Julian Kiekles, Mr. and Mrs A Lester Stepner, Mr and Mrs Sherman Kaplan Mr and Mrs Alex Gordon, and Mrs. Klise Adams. Bettj and Lefpold Schwartz, of Miami Reach, in Tampa for ding last Saturday of son. l.t. Larry Iden Schwartz, and 1 former Marcia Arhne Wineman of the city Armed in "< %  for the rehearsal dinner, several cocktail parties and the •' "t many lunncheona given in honor of the bride-elect ••crving a,n usher, Herbert Yalot, down from East orange. N.J., *Uh his wite, the former Inez Schwartz, and their doll. Leslie l.t Schwartz, now in the U.S. Air Force, plans to return %  the University of Florida which both he and his bride attended, Master's degree Interesting comment from Ho/ and White) Kirshberg touring in German) The) find East Berlin somber and %  si to Wesi Berlin bustling and desperatel) gaj • lite is hectic and excitin seeming!) inspired i>> the eat, drink and b< merry, for tomorrow who knows? On the lighter side, mosl expensive drink is coffee, cheapest 1 ,M ""< delicious, beer Roz fears she ,l waddle out of the • il they sta) much ion l tor tho lamil) who has everything a .: %  n and a doctor who is an MD Dr P.a id Lehrluati the medical school ol the Universit) ; las! week, is the son ol Dr and Mrs Irving Lehn an Lehrman •• spiritual leader ol Temple Einanu-EI ol Miami Bei and Brandeis I'mversil %  id intei %  Lenox Hill Hospital in Ne '. i Sandra Rich have a -on. Mi< hael tical wi Machtey, winner ol a Silver a finalist .i t;.> WestinghooW Science lalenl search, lor Birmingham Ala Son ol Mr and MrNathan raduated with highest honors from .'oral %  wli continue t> do patholOg) res.arch with Dr Jon :: 'rd with whom hi has been working tor the past two %  In the fall, he'll enter Reed College, Portland ore to b,u ay math and premedical science ( Rub) Pogel receiving critical acclaim for her poem. "I Could appearing in "Southern Poetr) Today" Miss known for her "sensitivity to word ami mood." is ol .""' M Mrs .1 | l.evkoff, of Miami Beach, ami the mother of ,H ^rightly young ladies. !" <3fewish Florxdian Miami. Florida. Friday. June 22, 1962 Section B Mrs. Max Orovitz (left), chats with Mrs. Fay Ablin, who headed the Initial Gifts Division of the 1962 CJA Women's Division. They're shown at the 24th annual dinner of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation in the Dupont Plaza hotel. LW Mm ml be discussed by chairman, Mrs. Bert Whitman. Miami Reach chapter devotes ityear-round activities in helping to support and maintain the national Home's free non-sectarian medical program devoted to the treatment Of children suffering from chronic intractable asthma. Local Delegates Off to Confab "Dimensions in Democracy" is the theme for the 22nd annual convention of B'nai B'nth Women of District 5. which will be held at the Shoreham hotel in Washington. DC. on June 30 to July 5. Attending from the Dade-Browaid area will be some 50 delegates representing 20 chapters, inch] Mrs. Alfred Reich. District 5 present, and district chairmen. Airs Paul Harrold, Mrs. Stephanie Klein, and Mrs. David Sl.erptr Included m the agenda are "workshops on fund-raising, program b'nai Ii'rith Youth, veterans program, and the newly-instituted S ior Citizenprogram. On Saturda) evening and Sunday, a "presidents' conference'' for newly-elected chapter and council presidents will take place Some 1,000 people are expected to attend the joint opening session o: Sunday evening. Quest speaker will i e Alfred Friendly, managing editor of the Washington Post, who will speak on his recent visit to the Middle Bast and Israel JWV Plans Dance Here on July 7 Senior vice commander. Melvin Daum, of Abe Horrowitz Post 682 Jewish War Veterans Of the V S.A.. announces the completion of arrangements for an Independent e Day dance at the Unified b No Miami Beach, on St night, Jul) 7 Tho post home will be arrant cabarel style Dancing from I will be tO a live band Paid up membership beni I ts in the .iw V were i xplained to m< n 1 %  •!' at the .lime 14 meeting \' ilab >• are a national insura pro,ram. low cosl fa mil) bur n I knowledge thai member v\ !.a step for democrai > immander Dan Abramov issed "the importance of all membership to be it thi mil M exti nded an open ii i ible members to \ isit with tli< pi hursda) June ^8. Mrs. Arthur Ungar (left), and Mr. Ungar are shown talking with Mrs. Henry King Stanford, wife of the newly-appointed University of Miami president, at Federation's annual dinner. luncheon Card Party B'nai B rith Women. Sui pter. will hold their first series of summer luncheon card and game parties on Tuesday noon at the new Jefferson Supei Si P00 No Miami Beach blvd. I Frank Burg is in charge of il I mation.



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Page 4-B •, len 1st FhrUton Friday. June 22. 19=2 All-Gershwin Fare Scheduled For U of M Tops 1 The New Cardiac Resuscitator recently presented to Mt. Sinai Hospital by Mrs. Arthur Burrell is now in place in the opera:.ng room suite to be used to revive a patient whose heart .nexpectedly fails during surgery. Mrs. Burrell explains to Marvin Bostin, associate director of Mt. Sinai, that the new piece of equipment is the :esult of a check given to her by iriends to buy something :;: the hospital in which she is so ."• :ested. Mount Sinai Gets Important Gift A 29th anniversary tribute to America's late beloved composer, George Gershwin, will highlight the University of Miami Summer Symphony Orchestra's third •'Pop" concert of the season at Miami Beach Auditorium on Sunday. 8:30 p.m., with guest conductor I'aul Taubman on the podium. Taubman also "ill devote a portion of the program to honor the American spirit of freedom and progress. This segment will include Taubman's own composition, 'The Col. Glenn March—Go—Go Go." written earlier this year in honor of U S astronaut hero. John Glenn: Morton Gould's American Salute' based on the theme "When Johnny Comes Marching Home;" and Richard Rodgers' musical score to the recent • %  serViet ry a S Appearing with Taubman will be three artists, tenor Levern Hutche-son, soprano Lucia Hawkins, and actor Avon Long, who will perform excerpts from the Gershwin opera, "Porgy and Bess." The trio also will be feaLett to right are Avon Long. Miss Lucia Hawkins, and Levern Hutcherson, who will appear in an ali-Geishwin concert with the University of Miami Suxnmei Symphony 911 Sunday evening. tured in solo performances, Miss Hawkins singing the popular aria Un bel di, from Puccini's "Hi ame Butterfly;" Hutchers-.the Flower Song from Bize1 "Carmen Jones;" and Long, • Freedom Sc.g from Yip Haburg's Broadway musical hit, "Bloomer Girl." The remaining orchestral on the program include von Sup, •Poet and Peasant 0v rture f< obachfe fnwuieuo MM Bar role from "The Tales ol H man L< "• > Anders in J 1 Legato ind Jazz Pii B et's Suite from th 1.1 "< men," and a Symphon ed on eight Gershw in ti Music director of than a doz< n network radio ai ision shows originating in New Y < "ity, Taubman opefal his music publishing firm, hosts a popular penthi use res ooku %  • al Park rm in pinsi foi ms al I esti $ own All A1 B it Nw York's > ohsi um is a Co .'" %  ..1 I tisl Mt Sinai H ispital is the recipient of a verj important piece of nw equipment as a result >f intrest (if .1 loyal volunte ••: and her pnde in showing off the hos pital. \ new Cardiac Defibrillator is n M Installed in the operating suite ol Mt. Sinai The machine is used tu revive a patient whose heart unexpectedly fails during surgery and can be used repeatedly without injury. It represents the latest in Cardiac Resuscitation, and surgeons praise it as a superior piece of equipment. The gift was presented to Mt S ii Hospital by Mrs. Arthur Bur'Miss Universe' Plans Resume roll, a vice president of the Women'.Auxiliary, among whose many duties has been to conduct tours through the hospital. Recently. Mrs Burrell had on tour personal friends who are visiting in Miami Beach. They included Mr. and Mrs Daniel Pierce. Mr. and Mrs Seymour Katzenstein. and Howard Hirsch, partners in Hirsch & Company. stock exchange of New York City. According to Mrs Burrell. "My enthusiasm for Mt. Sinai Hospital was contagious enough so that upon returning to New York my friends sent me a check to purchase this important piece of equipment foi '^ -. W % %  -^ fll -A Temple Menorah's 1962 confirmation class poses with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz shortly before services held during the recent Shavuot holiday. Standing (left to right' are Michael Lisinsky, Sim Granoff, Jerry Lieberman. Eric Kaplan. Michael Saffan, Rabbi Abramowitt Steven Sonnenblick, Seymour Roth, Gilbert Korenblit, Stuart Mishkin. Seated Uef" to right) are Patricia Weston, Ben Zwerner, Sandra Levitz, Karen Goldwyn, JoAnn Bresin. Diane Zimmerman. Susan Rubel and Judith Krulewitz. An Oneg Shabbat for some 350 guests followed in the Temple Social Hall. More than 100 of 'he world's most 1 bUtiful girls will compete tor the coveted title of "Miss Universe" in the Miss Universe Pageant to l>e held July 6 to 16 at the Miami Beach Convention Hall Each of the United States will -end beauty delegates, as well as 50 foreign nations. Miss C.S A. preliminaries open the four-night run at the Convention Hall on July 11. Selection of Mi-s U.S.A. will be made the following night, along with the selection ot Miss Photogenic Sharon Brown. Louisiana, the reigning Miss USA. will be here to crown her successor Miss Universe preliminaries will 1 1 -'.i^.'.l J ilj ',:;. and the telei 1 • e following night The Mi: 1 • erse will be how Ball at the F Sunday 1 %  am Philip M Bottfeld 1 1 tor -if the I the third yea:Arthur Ki J 1igaii nt Pagi %  %  11 -. .fid Daniel s M< N:. 111pcr.1t, I'aul Levitan, director -if special •:t(inCBS-TV, will a{ e tintelecast, with Clan Schimmel aassociate pr 1' and Vein Diamond as din Day Dreaming On The Esplanade Here on the blue Mediterranean, you may sit in the sun. gaze out to sea and dream of ships sailing by with cedars from Lebanon for Solomon s Temple, and of Jonah embarking in the belly of a whale, nearby. Here on the Esplanade, one experiences deep feelings fir Israel s ancient glories, mingled with the 20th Century exciteme-t of Tel Aviv. For here are people from many lands, smart hotel 1 ;. European and Oriental restaurants, theaters and C3fes. opera and symphony, colorful shops ... all expressing the S:mcha of Modern Israel. Sipping Yuban Coffee Every sip of Yuban is a S'mcha m itself because it is the world's richest coffee. The secret is aged coffee beans—aged nke the bestflavored wines and cheese. Then added to Yuban s b'end—for deep, dark, delicious taste. Beachite Gets Carnegie Degree A Miami Beachite has received a degree from the Carnegie Institute of Technology in Pitts burgh, Pa. He is Ira Benton Shapiro, who w as awarded a BS degree in chemistry at Carnegie Tech's com menccment exercises. Shapiro is the >on of Di Mrs Arthur H. Shapiro, of 431 W 2!'th st. IKgraduated from Miami Senior Hi_h School in ls>58 At Carnegie Tech. he was active in Beta Sigma Rho fratern The Simcha Coffee ii %  '•-.. K IOSHER



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Friday. June 22. 1962 knitt ftrridfirtr MIAMI Paoe 11-A FULLY AIR-CONDITIONED S/S FLORIDA -DAY CRUISES to At the Founders dinner dance of Temple Beth Shirah are i left to right) Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom. guest speaker; Rabbi and Mrs. Morris Skcp. Beth Shirah spiritual leader; and Cantor and Mrs. Herman Gottlieb, of Beth Shirch. The function also honored Rabbi and Mrs. Skop on his 25th anniversary in the Florida rabbirrttP. Bernard Mcndler and Leon Roth, cochairmen of the Beth Shirah zoning committee, announced Dade county approval of the Temple's building to be erected on four acres at Sw 77th eve. and Montgomery dr. Community Relations Council in Convention By Special Report NEW YORK — The viewpoints of rv>ish leaders throughout the i ni:eit States on major social isa • ill ho expressed by delegates ;ittinding the iith annual four-day (Mini; of the National Community Relations Advis >ry Council at the Terrace Hilton hotel m Cincinnati • I for this weekend. The Council represents six national Jewish reiigiOUS and civic riidies plus 6'_* Jewish Community I i nncils ui the United States. Reports, addresses, resolutions nd workshops will be helc on censorship, shared time, school segregation in northern public schools, civil liberties and Jewish secur-ty, Supreme Court decision on reapportionment, a reappraisal cf the radical right and future programs for the Jewish community. On the opening day an alternoon meeting -.Mil d s. uss analytical ap praisal oi shared time." "Shared time" is .i proposal : r the sharing of school time oi children between the public school and the parochial school, Another nieetini: on Friday will be devoted to the implications that (lie I'nited StateSupreme Court ruling on legislative reapportionment have on the Jewish community On Saturday afternoon, at an Oneg Shabbat. leaders will present their views on the future shape of Ihe Jewish community on the Amor ican scene Participating in the seminar are: Rabbi Man nee \. Eisendrath, ppresident of the Union (f American Hebrew COflgrega lions; Irvine Kane, of Cleveland, presideni of Ihe Council o| Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds: and I>:\ Hor.i.e M Kallen, research professor in social philosophy New I for Social Research, Now York Citj. i ral >r will lie NCRAC chairman, Lewis 11 Weinstein. ol Bosl n The impact of the raaical right will be the maior item on Saturday evening, when delegates will be confronted with major resolutions and reports on censorship, the right wing, federal aid to education, Sunday clos : ng laws, peace in the Middle East, immi! oration and Jews in Ihe Soviet Union. Also Friday four workshop, will leal with civil liberties and Jewish security, religious liberty and interrellgious relations, equal rights and opportunities. To Miamians — Whe Are Spec a sts in THE ART CF RELAXATION ENJOY THE BEST OF VACATIONS at the Finest Northern Resort IN THE NTERESTING PEN*. C fCH W "JUNTA N ANDS %  WWIW I % %  KWWVITO-M %  (' !' %  '.vi:; ** % %  :> %  : %  :••: -AW HHEMteNs-ttXv}.. \i ONLY 2 JET HOURS FROM MIAMI Galen's Limousine Service from Phila. Intl. Airport Go Galen for thi iruly mei le holiday you so richly deserve All the req tot irious vacal ing an here • • ntal cuisine, sumpl sen ,, Interesting r; ir.s Prh ate championship IK hoh I cours< Free to w< kly guests S bathing al Foresl Gli les Pool Bowlini Sophisticated social events Nightly entertainment and dancing 2 orchestras wcrli tam< I WAV tor Latin rhythms: Wcs Fisher for American Swing in the smart supper-club nee of the Colonnades Ballroom. Summer stock theatre See your travel agent Or write for Booklet' GALEN HALL Hotel and Country Club WERNERSVILLE, PENNA. Ph: Reading, ORchard 8-8011 DANII i BfR \C% i V'-.fM ; The SHOW PLACt of VACATIONLAHD GALEN S Galaxy of STARS Phil Foster -* Harvey Stone Bea Kraft Dancers lorry Slorch Sally Blaire lot Chevalos Many older TV and Sloge Headlintrt D'fspana Sailing Every Tuesday and Friday 4:45 PM Visitors we cone aboard 3 lo 4 PM ALL FIRST-CLASS STATEROOMS $ 54 or $ 59 so DELUXE BEDROOMS AND SUITES AVAILABLE So much for so little! The S/S Flo-ida is your flnaimR Hotel. All outside, seaview staterooms. 2 full length promenade sun decks: (tee deck chans. 8 delicious meal' Captain s I Party, movies dancing games nitecluo entertainment. Shop duty-free aboard. Dock at the loot ot Nassau's famous shopping district... 2 nights at sea 2 tut' days and a night in Na


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Friday, June 22. 1962 *Mnisf Tkridiar Page 5-B Winklewill live at 131 Salamanca. • ea when ihey return iiom their honeymoon in Jamaica. The torn • r Mist Carla Silver hange I wedding vov \ith the 'null in noon ceremonies on Sun• June IT at Temple Beth Am bi Herbert Haumgartl ofiiciatThe bride is the dauehtrr n( Mr • >i MrAlbert Silver. 308 Cadi 1 a. Coral Gable.-. The groom is 1 -on of Mr. and MrArthur Vinkleman. of Ch.capo 111 for erly of Coral CableMaid of honor for her titter Wat S Iver. Bridesmaidinuded the eroom's sister Mrs %  Sage, and Miss Barbara i -• man f r his ton was Arthur kleman Ushers were Steven er !>r Norman Hoffman and riei the bride •• gow•; in 1 lassie lines of • -. and al< rhe low scoop net erii the .ilen %  as did th< edge of the odici p %  %  • 11 on pleted the bodice • • flai panel of the huge skirl v ,. 1 n\ ered with and thi bouffant ol thi back 1: the skirl which Gorber, Lechtner Rites en Beach Susan Penny Lechtner and Steph en Garber were married on Sunday afternoon. June IT. at the Barcelona hotel. Dr. Irving Lehrman and Cantor Ihrsih Adler officiated at the ci remony. which was followed by .1 reception. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Harry Lechtner. of 441 W. 62nd -t The groom i> the son of Mr. and Mrs. Rohtrt Garber, il9 Meridian ave The bride's full-length gown of chantilly lace and pleated organdy had long sleeves and .. sabrina 1 rcklinc in r bouquet u ...ol or> hidand Mephani I N'ancj Lechtner was her sister's maid ol honor. Bridesmaids were Joyci Kravitz Mona Glasser and Mrs Marvin Huh-hman Barry Glassman was the groom's le-t man I-hers included Warren Lechtner. Jeffrej Kravitz. Henry Goldman and Kobert Walters Junior ushers were Steven Lechtner and Craig Marlow. The new Mrs. Garber graduated from Whitfieid School and attended Dade County Junior College. The bridegroom is a graduate 01 Miami Beach High School and attended the University ol Florid.. in a -weep train, was appliwhere he was a member of Tau rjued with :h< lace motifs. The EpsilonPhifraten.it> br;dai butterfly bouffant veil was After a wedding trip to Jamaic; attached to her tiara of pearls and the couple will live in II Italian Scholars To Get Awards Th I hi i top sch i.itin Italian .it (hi University ol Miami will receive awards from the Consul General lor Italy, whose offices are ii Ni w Orleans, La. Mrs. Lillian Tedlow, of 835 K di Lido dr., Miami BeactL "ill receive fir-: prize, a medal from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Second and third prue winners ;.re. respectively, Miss Beverly Paoletta, ol 4030 SW 9th st and Mrs Gemma Sica. of 2131 SW 23rrt st. Both will recei\< book awards. Wi rm • %  Kahi mas. PITIR tHOUum ended crystals She earned a bouquet of orchids and lily-of-the-valley. Ncwlywed Mrs Winkleman attended the University of Miami and Wai^h school ot Business Science Shi also went to Coral Cable.High School, where she original]) met the groom Mr Winkleman attended, the t'tuver.-ity of Florida and University of Miami A wedding reception followed the ceremony at Temple Beth Am h< n.e at Beach. Hi if) Y\. 47th st.. Mu.p TETLEY %  ICED TEA IS GESHMAKSTE!, \ 5# i*. i' r: s LITTLE S^bing I TEA LEAVES" give fullest strength and flavor! — tr.rv. J INSTANT OR REGULAR Miss Adler Weds Peter Sherman I Rcslyn Adler became Mrs. Pol r Rii hi I Shi rman in noon wedding rit on Wednesday The brldt ..thi daughti r ol Mr and Mrs 1 con \dler. 108 4th ter., DiLidi [5'. • Miami Be ich, where r-i pmony was held. ith Graff offii lai The pro mi is the son of Mr Mrs %  k Shermai I South The we a short gow n of soie. embroider ace. a si ngth : • %  i flowers iuet of foi his brother was Shi i %  %  arrj Adli r B acted as Ni %  I) wi d Mrs Sherman is a ad the 1 f lumber Sign Delta r iu soi ritj and l-'nii : n Boston, u hen •• Vlpl Eta hi India ternil Zi Beta 1 Hirschfeld's Tei! Ina's Betrothal Mr. i H 1 1 The thonj Ii • 180 \\\ -' No M I AIRS. LAWRINCI WHIATV.AN Miss Schapiro Earns PhD Hariette Schapiro, daughter of Mi and Mrs M01 ris Si hapn \\\ th ti : %  hi ri cei\ ed the first gh en in thi fii ol hem 1st rj it thi Univi of Mii ty ol Dr Schai > %  High She won •-.-.ei is still 1 in. A N %  rued 1 Dr S I pin l MRS. STtPHtN GARBIR Miss Dolinger Bride of MD Miss Myrna Helen Dolinger be-' came thi bride of Dr Lawn Wheatman in 6:30 p.m ceremonies on Sunday. June 17. at the Deauville hotel. Rabb: Morris Skop offii iati d The new Mrs W 1. tman is I daughter of Mr and Mrs Ji 340 Cat dia ave Coral : ; %  < • rhi .: om's 1 an nts an Mr • nd M • Bt ard Wheatman. Sw 9th ;. r Miami. Fi r hi : w 1 ,::• g thi bride wore an elegant hiti in< i -.peau de soie gown featuring an alencon lace bodice with short sleeves and front panel insert ol alencon lace. The full skirt terminated in a flowing Chapel irair. Her triple pouf veil Of French imported illusion fell lrom a crown 1! teed pearlMatron ot honor was Mrs. Alfred R. -Miller sistl r 1 f the groom MrBetty Hark.-, aunt of the bride, was honor attendant. Bridesmaidineluded MisPatricia Lombardo and Mrs. Leon Te.-min Junior bridesmaids were Miss Renee Dauer and Miss DI borah Barnett Lisa Ann Miller and Myrna Dauer were flower girls. Acting as best man for hi.brother was David Dolinger, and Barton Feiler. Alfred Miller and Ben Marks were ushers Newlywed Mrs Wheatman attended Coral Gables Hi School and r< 11 ived .. BBA degrei from the Cm. versitj < I Miami. Her husband went lo Miat Senii Hi Si hi >l and receivi BS and MD r 1 from the Universitj I Miami His fra'< "ni ;. ludi d Alpha EpsUon Sigma \ pha Mu in unadui ti • ol At l M school 1 i medicine, e I to Alpha Omega A Phi Delta Epsi%  Reception followed at the DeauVllle Alter a honeymoon m New York City, the couple will be at home iit ti East 87th .-: N.Y. Rabbi Abramowitz on TV Rabbi Mayer Mi; spiritual leader ol Menorah, will r a rhe St.11 Small Voii 1 over Wi .1 ch. 7. Sug0 rin e Did you thnt only k BABAD SELTZER WATER is good for your henlth. Bnbod S.-ltr-r MM only 100", filtered wnter Hint is salt ond moor free. Coll Fronldin 1-C789 for free home delivery in Miomi, Hollywood ond Fort laudcrdolc. nsmtsiumt ('.. • I % %  •! 1/0WD SWUTlNlt 01 %  M intiic 1 r-!-j-:ed OOOOI 4PM0VIO rot DIAIITKS. 10* CtlOIII Dim tOt -C-(N ANO !,! SI 4-oi. lomi "Hit /J( K'OC• I I GUAIANTffl) NON-FATTENING I Deep rich mellow tasty... vacmlSS! no other cheese in the world hits the spot like GENUINE IMPORTED SWITZERLAND SWISS CHEESE Buy it s-Ticed or in a big tasty chunk today for sandwiches, omelets, salad?, canapes ... for breakfast, lunch, supper and icebox raiding. It's the one cheese everybody loves for true tuV.m of Switzerland! Ta'am of Switzerland! t



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Friday. June 11. 1932 vJenist fhrHton Page II-B hi He u ,.. in.. IPIV Mny %  %  hi" Wife, M AX FRIEDMAN -i illi il Ma .'' from I served with • lit Si !. fill II Metro I'ul Hi I hVrel LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND TOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE NO 56291 Jl'l.irs M i IRCI \ i;i: li NOTICE TO CREDITORS i .. \ : i i, iiim „,| Al | |•, LEGAL NOTICE "i Demands Ag -i 1.1. > until iiiir, NOTICE UNDER F CTITIOUS ME LAW TICK I-' UK It KIM GIVEN %  • \\ •. i-VVASl Al:i: YERM VNi K '^--; ;> w?;v rl • .T | whtch %  ,,MI : %  • **"" %  "' "• %  %  % %  : .... ,,.,,. .v V 7 • f, ':'•'''•; %  NOTICE UNDER F CT.T.C --. N ; Miami BHh, %  >• Hi rlrta. within < lendai NAME LAW I IIciinic hi •• I.". •.-.,:• Mhs from ll. %  i %  • %  I. X.J., mid was a lurm owner, Survlv%  unil (coil. R< SE '• 'HI 'i K li KM IVI Mai i Riverv N'ORMAN URI'l'KKR I.Hiof I'm fir-t pub%  h |>i Stuart Whitman ight) and Broderick Craw! from 'Reprieve the film wh rison life -: John Resko, who became a famous pail urir.g his 13-year in-rcerction. T -..powerful story now ing it the Carib, : 'i Mira :63id S'.reet. alsc Sahara, Ray Walston, Vincen! 7::ce. Rod Steiger. and Sammy Davis Jr. UF Sharpens 'Single' Drive I niti 0 Kuni! %  i its pro. %  li fi r ne si : er jear" i .'ill l • i ees with a i ipter plan i meeting nded by the ads if leading i rii and Drga n;zal ions Heading the i • %  i plan i mmitti ..-ilii D IOIJ presi ent or Oscar K I • Vssoc Inc. "We hope to achieve total federation of fund-rais : ng. which is the desired objective of most employers and e — ? syees," said Daoty. All Dade county employers with 2i or more employees will be invited to register their firms as I uted Fund chapters. It was pointed out that churches, hospitals ;md other chanties not eligible for membership in ihe I nited Kind would not be affected by the proposal. %  The purpose it he United Fund is to consolidate as many %  ppcals us possib i under one drive. s.-id J .v I K:-lak. 1962 campaign* chairman 'The chap ter plan is th 1 .' ficsl -'-'P in this direction." JOSEPH STEINER %  ;... inn I New Miami Public ... H. II, ll ...... %  i -• ii ml %  i U Alton i • • I"T I %  : NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW S< 'Til i: IS HKitKIIY lilV'KN thi I Hi. indi in-d ..f ItEX-LYX PRESS, —.; Kam t %  i mi ral ll urn f the t' %  :. HARRY I! IS LILLIAN VOLKMAN Ih st X Muj 12 si.. in from Cam.lei \ • %  IMill %  H MRS. CELIA MASTERS •'','' %  \: |-.. ... ... ">>> %  %  SUI \l\ % %  (; ;,:. %  hi r IlllSand .i brother, %  %  in HriKikl.Mi l>> llll I IM I,. Mi NOT.Cfc UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW V HKRKIiY GIVEN • |i N '' IIKRKBY lilVK.N ... • "f I.MI'l IRIAI. .M.KS I'll %  \ •I I ...... ... ii h t In I MITXIK i > ni NOTICE UNDER F CTITIOUS NAME LAW Si >T l'K IS 11 % %  l'K STATION •.. I \ I ... %  : ntv. I ll \l •' m i :RRY %  -; s %  : il,. %  of PAN v I Si! al 1 % %  S Mlai Miami i %  • '|i k of il i oi I'Ml. 1. 1 HERN IRH l-'ISHM VX MRS HELEN SADOFF PINlfi af A.I KIM \V|i "A • S\V I -i Ii Kt., ill. .1 Ma i 13 inie here 17 year* ago from HENRY NORTON Slu nm m l., i oi Beth Vtturnej (01 Applli '' HI Surviving are '''"' |: Building hei h usba d, Jai-ob; a nun Milti in Minn I [w %  • liu lulling Ml ii Hiu i let Kasow i|\, grandchildren, two biro• and two sinters. Services wen NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS Ma> 13 In Riverside Memorial I'hiuiel NAME LAW %  i"intl.iid NtlTll'K IS HKKKKY UIVKX thai the undcrslicned desiring to enKaici MISS IRENE BLUMSTElN In liuslness indi Ihi fli'lUloUi. nanii '-" •' -I NW IS.'.th tcr., died In .1 .-.ir ••! SHANNON PARK SERVICE STAW Kent Jameson, accident Apr. 21. Surviving are her TION ai V34.1 N.W 22nd Vv.-nue, Mil"l S\V Ifith nl Miami, Florida and i-.i'iii-. Mi and .Mis. Shine) Blumami. Klorldu Intend ti reKlatei said HI* ih mlnlnal with Ihi rlerk of ] %  !'"' %  %  '"'' '"" ltr, Marsha ana name with the Clerk .-t th* circuit the I'ourt on LI hefori Soth da] of THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE 'TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY NO. 62C6628 I .11 IHX liKNA N'TI, till IIKI.K.V .1 liKX VXT1, herein int. ORDER OF PUBLICATION Tl 'II Jon u w sand III* W ||| •: V I'ollll IS I tl V.. 1 .11 % %  111 n ll) nol Ifled ti. Hi answer to th, %  %  dl\t rce filed aftalnsl you, %  'ti plainUnited Fund campaign chairman, JJay I. Kislak 'left), looks over sorr.i material on the chapter plan with Oscar E. Dooly :hairman of the chapter plan sommittM, OlitH* 1 • '. %  1 ::• .ll illl-m %  > ; 1 the U 1 %  -'i %  %  > rn's At In New ^ ork. Survn in wife, Tel thl %  ••• -'. Ilr ; md five ;:r.lllil Irei • • %  nJei llrei Ion %  ... %  M* • utial 1 'hapel, \ %  -I I Klaine. Sen s were Apr. M In RiverCourt of Bade County, Florida. %  id< Memorial Chapel, Alton rd. r.\ri. MM. 1.1:11 JACOB W. RABINOVITCH \ „ ..C for Owner %  :'..•! S430 Alton rd., Miami Beach, died <; \ E 3rd Street tV"„ v'.! 1 '' 1 ''','•"' h re 17 >, a s a ~" Miami Shorea, l',..i,.l., from Norwich, 1 onn„ and was a arad,. !:at...f New v.Hk Cnlveralty. lie was 1 director of Brandela L'niversit) \aan and Jewiah Home fur the Aged and a member of the Miami Beach i.oard .-f Realtors. Surviving are hia vvit.-. Marlon: a brother, Nathan, and n --ister. Mrs. Sally Stromer. Borvlcea were Apr. It in Riverside Memorial chapel, Niirinaml) Isle, with burial in Mt Neb • 1 'emetery, ISAAC STRAWGATE 9. %  '( l'.| NE ."--n,l at died Apr. SO, He %  mie ti.-r.:: %  > earn :,., fr-mi New Y01 k 6 -'.'. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Jul), IUSS, or Judgment !•> default %  w 1.1 b* enten .1 against \.,u. hated thilMh da) of June, 1861. E. B I.EATHBRM \\ 1 lark of 1 'it.nit 1 'ourl Bj M CAY AL.AR1S 1 -: Deput) Clark • %  !2, 2 7/1 rtc* MRS RUTH WSIN3ERG %  %  • %  %  : ••,•!I:. h Sn % here 11 > ears Broil Montreal iiul in •f the United %  1 r .r Tru< 11 .: %  %  h 1.1 :v\.. la I'rin • %  i d; II nd %  me -1 -' es w ere I sl< FERDINAND OAR" ELD IV* M \l ... ..--.,.. 1 %  \ r irk md v % %  N Miami Bi Ml i".' I • V, %  %  .' 1 B ih. 1 • %  • iit.i four %  I n May 21 Mi v.t.-n HENRY SOERO < %  •. if Milterd •!. li.-1 M.\ 11 |t..rn .n <' : %  1. i • im %  %  the r S • • I enteieil 1 iiwatchmakiua :i Prior t" • %  %  1 1 in Ml .lllll. he had icned -weir %  li 1 >erb) 111,1 A "onn Lo -ally, h.a 1 a inEmail 1 El anal Knen iai Ian in Ml • • mted to I leth • 1 He waa ai live It < %  %  1 fin here HI 1 1 \ .1 ll Ml >l %  mil wan a : I s rvl\1 Mrs. K iv,. V %  thi inderalgned, desiring t.> engagi in business mi.1.1 tin fictitious name ..1 SAM'S HEFRIOERATION at 11Colllnn Avenue, Miami Beach Klorlda intend lo register aaid name with ih.1 "li :;, of thi 1 'Ircull 1 "ourl <-i l lade County, Florida PALi 'I 1. IXC. WALTER B I.EBOWtTZ, Eaquire and was a r-.-tir,-il necktie inanutaclurAttorne) foi rfelco, ini %  He wag a member of Elka I^.IIK,"" h Ural Street, Miami Beach, Florida surviving are i.i sons, incltnlitiK Moe. 6 :'-'. ::• Services were Apr. L 1 :; in Kivemide Memorial Chapel, Alton rd. NOTICE UNDER FiCTITIOUS NAME LAW MRS. FLORENCE LEVIN NOTICE IS HEREBY I11VEN that V" '"..', 1 .,"' ,> ,lr %  Nl| ainl it.-.oh. iiie.i the undersigned, deslrina to engngi API .1 sne came here l" years ago In buaineaa undei the fictitious n.im. 11 'in 1 ...c.--Mil.I'a ami was a memof MODERN FRCIT SHIPPERS at !! ',!..,•'"".'. .M '.n..iaii. Surviving: are in;. Wa.-hiiiat..n Avenu. Miami IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN thai 1,TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. NO. 62C-6383 PAPHNEE CWRTEKN, a Widow Plaintiff, WILLIAM I STii.Ni: and PAl'LINE STONE, his will and ERNEST Yol'Ni;. an.I -^ A LICE Yi ll'Nl:. hi.u it, I '•-!•-11.l. 111 .AMENDED ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO William I. Stone an 1 Paullni St..ii.-. in.. if. io Van Courtland Hotel, 142 \V. at iHth MI, t. New York, New Y01 Y-.u an hen b) notlfli .1 that an amended bill .if complaint for the. for, i-4osun .•: ., mortgage has been 1,. 1 ib%  ipii %  PH LIP SUKROW r.. Coral 1 iablcs. 1 • Hi one here 11 earn li ind was an apart • ,1 11 IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE NO 49395-B IN 1:1: K-l lt Ol IL EN VN'IIEH i.li\ IN ve nt lam. sol 1764 N W '• %  h Street, M ml Flot Ida and fill • • original answei ... th, iiffln "i thi Clerk "f the 11.: '.tit • 11 ..1 ;.. fore the 2M h ilH) .-I Jill), II"..' ll you fall In do .-• .1 il. .r. .• pro confi ssi ill • iw .1 11was a meminT NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE ,,,.,1 t n ,-; i oa -, • ih. ,..i,..f %  x'.'i'. •' %  '. .". "|. "W. ."" T M' |"" APPL| CATION FOR DISTRIBUTION f I ,-.,,;• J,,,',' .AND FINAL DISCHARGE %  •%  „,. iiMio !" .. N '"" V •• '• '• B I EATHEHMAN 1 wen iHi.e dlrecl on id I n ',' .' It Cm,, I M monaS Chapel Di.iiglas r. %  %  %  ncharg. .,Bj 1: 11 i.wu v > 1 '• '-' %  Vdniinistral Ix C.T A of the • ... MRS SARi3 LEVY Mill M I 1 in idlna Mm S.irpei ,. \' 1, M* n • \ • MRS HANNAH £3ERS0N Mi .-ni lied Ma: %  I v %  I \\ S Ma) : Mi LEGAL NOTICE w \ of \LEXAXI>KK LEVIN, •!. %  %  ll .lills w il! appl) • Ihi lit NOT.CE OF PUBLICATION M N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT Coin IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SIDNEY wKS S\V 2.1th May 14. Hi 14 yea :.,lil in 11 -tired gift shop •'• was 1 •.:i i| H md a M.iso .1 i-lving ire • HI It. ,1 .: .-. %  Ma) !' %  -. • ti. M,. .1 Cloug iirl a NG JR. 1 I Mn ii In %  %  IhVrl A 1 in.i -i Mr Luvern II : mil Mrs hi* Linda, a 1 : Servl v %  .... MRS. BETTY COHEN Ml .mi Beach -. years Sew \ % %  ind was a mem id I R483I SAMUeU OAVIS • W 7tl bed May IT I u 11' Sit*. • u, Ma> %  • IN A\3 FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO. 5b!8' C '.%  : i:i.-ll i: I'TAI., \OTiCE TO CREDITORS I 1 md All IVisoiiM • i lemands Vg.i Insi II 1 1 : %  1 "i Iflcd .1 i-i pi I red < Ml mil IHI It I-. alms and demands \ iu ma) have against the ELSIE i: I'TAL, deveased IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT 1 IVnU Count), Florida, to th* IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. hade County, and FLORIDA IN PROBATE 111, 11, the NO 49327 in Pade 1 'ount). IN RE within sl.\ calendar m htJl'A'RhlANSHIH 01 • I rirsl piibll 11 AHELE NANCY L1EHERMAN, 1 il tl 1 me l^ ill be bai 1 •••! A M Inm 11 \i;ii\' \i m (SEN. Exei'utor IRK .\ I. \/. \K illion 1 ml fins \\ I'T.A of 11 i-stati 'I -. CARl.A PINS LEY IN K' >Y N Ell \ VI '. \\ I I ll \l ER Utm I2H Lin .' -'_"' ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY iN CHANCERY. NO 6?C 6623 IRKN E \'l III i.\ ICA IS, lYI >, I 'lull \ WILLIAM I" P.Ol I ', :. T SUIT FOR DIVORCE Ti WII.I.I \\t K Bi iYH Si'.nh Han r lot onta rio, 'anad V'I ere hen h) notlfh .1 • hat a Mil • 1.,1 I ,i>. has ... against \ 011, re.|iilreil to servi a cop) ol youi Answet "i I'll adlng to thi BI of 1 "omplaliil ..ii : l>. plaintifl \ %  •. PAIL KW I rXEY. I:M.I 12(1 I.in. .In \ %  ,.\ |'v 1 : '. • itt Road leach. Kl la •; :':. :" %  t, 1 1 • i • 1 ring 1 % % %  ,. Max hrignter, Mm lldn wet ii. 1 : k *lth loci in nta b) ,t iAMUCL SADKiN iiul wu a He wa Miami I' : • 1: I 1 1 ,-:h %  • 1 Mi' V NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai %  • 1I1I1 Count) .liidg lh underslaiaed, drrlHag i cage i Fbsrida for appro! ii NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE Road Mi.mt I'.. ...1, I ,,, m_ APPLICATION FOR TRANSFER OF Ihi tnswei oi Pleading in Kl'NUS \N'l' FINAL hISCHAR'lK th. offlci ol thi CVrk ol the Circuit Nn herein UK. II thai I havi Court bcfori Ihi 23rd da) ,.f '"ed ni) : •. .., imdn July, ls2 If you fall t" do liidatmd I n.it i • ... li.--.-. as '.' nilan .-i ment b) default will l„ taken asalnst thi inlnoi child, Adeii Sane) Llebei you i ., rebel denial I in thi Bill in in, and i ha I on thi ol of i 'omplnlnl the Hoi This nntli shall be ppul llshi %  once l'" 1 • This it..11, .• shall l.. published one* -.ml in THE JEWISH II ,i iRI I •! > \ in busini— under th* fictltioim n nn< Final Report and Transfet ,N A I llll1'MAN Vttorne) fi r iuardlaaanip IIII Ain-lev Itufldlng M iml 12 I i.. i "la • I'i'M-. AND ORDERED %  Miami 1 loi Ida, this 1Mb rtai ..i June \ {> E l: I.I-: VTHERM W Clerk, ("ircull Court, hadi Counti Florida i Cout i s. ih B) I. S'NEEDEX I '.•iiiiu i PAUL KWITJOtY Ho Lincoln ii".i Miami Beach, Florida Attorne) foi Plaintiff 6 IS, 2.i T 6, 13



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Fcge 8-B •Jbtisi ncridflur Fridoy, June 22 IHRUCH Al Ehrlich. active in hotel din g 1'i'oni management in Miami Beach since IflM, has teen named manager of the lounge and restaurant a: Soutbgate Towers •> owner Nathan S. Gumenick announce*'.. Ehrlich comes to Soulhaate from the Sahara motel, and previously had been maitre d' at the Dunes and Nautilus During much his career, he divided his between Miami Beach in i winter and eastern hotels in the summer, and for a number • years was connected with the Empress at Glenville, N V. Lawrence Hoffman. former Miami Beach municipal Judge and > a Lincoln Mall practicing Bttorney, is one of the new leasers of the Venetian Isle motel Monsignor'S restaurant there is i nder the guidance of Jorge Milbet, one of Hoffman's associates. Milhet. who used to cater to housands ever> day, sold his i st in Chez Milhet, is now ing it on a slightly reduced scale—but in quantity and not aalitj • The Miami Press Photograph• As-n will hold its second anr.ual Mike Ackerman award din%  i r at Miami SpringVillas Playhouse on July 1. Ackerman. iormer Acme Newspictures and ; i photographer here, died in 3960. • Dorothy Israel. 122200 Vista So Miami, will have a showng of eight of her abstract paintgs in Frankfort, Germany, this The paintings will be en route July 1 Mrs Israel is owna of the Gallery on Coral Way. Capt .lack Manson and wife : %  were recent gut sts at ny's Fi sh Market. Man-on is %  -•••• Uled Marine Corp.. %  %  ently built the PT 109 h v. arnei Bros ill use in filmii • President KenIT'S N servici v. • II. • Camp Counselor Arrives Here Israi! Da> Camp ol Miami tli 'lines the arrival of Israel Rosenfeld, of New %  k, who will serve as the camp's -.. |i • %  Rabbi Rosi nfeld %  • %  studei t ol the viti er Rabbinical College : • %  %  %  %  •:. auspices Ffice ol v. rkes L"l Chii uch • % %  | bj Ral ; : Abrah %  •• K le l.K'llltles heel for its i t • %  dale elolhier Austin Burke will narrate a Negro fashion show July 4 at Hamp'.on House. Miami. part of a contest sponsored by HOFFMAN the Miami Times to find the 12 best-dressed Negro men in Dade county. Dave Bondu. columnist for the Times, who is coordinating the contest and show, said it is part of a continuing effort by his newspaper to foster pride in appearance among Negroes Six of the winners will serve as models in the fashion shew and pick the outfits to be modeled from racks at Burkes Miami Beach StOT< Sid Efronson and Ronald Sin german, who opposed each other in the recent South Miami council election, spotted on the same doubles tennis team at Westbrooke Country Club After a successful run with the dialect comedy. "Abies Irish Hose Ralph Marino has scheduled the situation comedy. 'Glad Tidings." as the re\t rlaj his Gallery Pla> house in C r. I Gables Sid Casell, well-known for !•; stage, television and motion \ • tore roles, a.well as his fine c'irectora! assignment. .J bo;.i I and star in "Glad Tiewith the talented B !tt; O'Keefe playii | site him. in, cast includes Barbara • atured role and Euv. 5. E. C Sawyer. Ann i '.house Helen Grossman. D,:\.(i Rogers and Reuben Gub i: man. At installation of Chai chapter. B'nai B'rith Women. Left to riqht are Mesdames Herman Hammer, social secretary; Joseph Pollock, hospitality; Ben Hammerman, recording secretary; Diana Sondberq. ways and means vice president; Esther Lerman. Miami Beach Council president; Ruth Corey, coordinating vice president; Sophy Paul, financial secretary; Paul Gaier. treasurer. Stcnding (left to right) are Mesdames Ethel Goldman, parliaChai Chapter Installs Officers Chai chapter. B'nai B nth Women, held its-annual installation i • officers here at the Deauville hotel. Mrs. Oscar Rosenthal turned ov r the gavel to Mrs. Elora II Sinick as new president Chairman of the (!;.> %  was Mrs. Max Kern. President of District .S Women. B'nai B'rith, Mrs Alfred Reich, served as installing officer. Guests included Judge Milton Friedman, president of District 5, B'nai B'rith; Mrs Esther Lerman. president, Miami Beach Council; and Mrs Ida Optner, trustee. Musical selections were by Miss Kay Harrison, accompanied at the piano by Mrs Oglfl Bibor Stern. ir.ei.t-.r.cn; badie Steier, guardian; Jen; Cohen, prcgram vice president; Plata H. Sinick, -. ng president; Max Kern trustee Osc. Rcsonthal, outgoing p:es;dent; Myma G: i nb'at, membership vice pies.cent; Gl Zixrr.ermcn historian; Nathan Rosenblum, ser.;:r"l. Not shown were Mrs. Paul K cciresponding secretary, cr.d M:s Ida U ici t.uitee. RABBI ISRAU ROStNfELD %  YOU GET MORE CALLS WHEN YOUR PHONE IS ALWAYS ANSWERED We can answer your phone in your own name. Less than S5 per week for a Full time Te'ephone Secretary. ANSWERITE, INC. TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE Phone JEfferson 8-0721 3 Beach Girls Win Top Honors Three honor graduates of Miami Beach llii;h School's class of 1958 received the Bachelor of Arts degree, two of them cum laude. at BrandeiUniversity's 11th com %  -• -, •-"!:; Sunday. M Ruth i! Kati and Miss Ruth VV< instein, whose degrees %  n awarded cum laude, and Miss Cynl lia M Cohen wire among appr \ • --. • 'y 270 undergraduates more than 70 graduate stu denthonored at commencement exercises focused on the theme "Education in International Per -pi ctive M.-Katz i!.'.' Mr and Mrs Joseph Katz, 1143 Wist ave In high school, she was a member of the National Hi Societt treasurer of the Fr< nch Club and a number of Quill and Scroll, the yearbook "Stafl and the liters rj magazine stafl She won Ihe lirst and sir. •;•: J • ar i I medal, the third I Spanish medal and. in 1958. the County Spanish M< A Spanish major ..' she H as named ti thi Si Dean's List ever) semesi was also a member i.-h Club, the French Clul Oriental n Week < tte< Miss Katz has taki as children librarian n th< I lie Library -> Miss I', i the Nal Sociel %  \ High. A | r al %  tant I Is nstein. %  %  '...,• %  she the Nal %  %  .i %  V politics i te Socii ti L'nivi : •;. : i -..rail. Richard, son ci Mr. end Mrs. Seymour Hcrcvitz, receives the ennval Aaron Fiscnstein Scholarship Award to the outstanding student cl Temple Ner Tamid's it. cious school. Looking en is Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, as Acron Eisensteir. makes the presentation. SALUTE TO bISTER HOTEL U.S. Marine Corp Cannon oi Houston Tex., assigned to duty al the U 3 Emjy i:. Tel Aviv i lises the Texas flag in :-.cr.\ of aton-Tel Aviv Hot!< ::. honour ot the g:c::d Openil I Sheraton Hot< in Houston. THot< Kays'c I 6IKUR CHOLIM KOSHER CONVALESCENT HOME NON PROFIT NON-SECT*RAN SUPPORTED BY YOUR COMMUNITY -• • %  i • .... Ortnodo* V Ih •' t i_ H. Etr. Din 24-HOUR NURSING — DOCTORS ON CALL ALL DIETS OBSERVED — CONGENIAL SURROUND -S • IQUiP'.HHT fURNISHIUGS fIRlfRCOf BUIID"^ 310 Collins Ave. Ph. JE 2-3571 Miami Beach Express your feelings to your loved ones • SEND FLOWERS from the BLACKSTO;E FLOWER SHOPS Greater Miami Just Ph?ie 24 hcurs 7 days tJNion 6 '233 l ItM to Roiflc Stotisn WKAT, 1360 on your d : ol SMI? Sundo ll .„.'. 7 %  '• %  p M to the comments ot t e ..,„ HONORABLE JUDGE MALVIN t?


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"Sermskk Floridian /ciume 35 — Number 25 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Miami. Florida. Friday, June 22. 1962 Two Sections — F;:ce 2' SEtf CONTAINED RELIGIOUS SECT' Israeli and American Jews Drifting Apart, Conference Concludes SALEM — (JTA) — American and Israeli Jewish leaders .,• a "dialogue" here, agreed that American Jews and Israeli I ;,,. were drifting apart and that something should be done about it. Bormann Still Alive to Take Europe Tours PARIS — (JTAi — Martin Bor%  deputy to Adolf Hitler, if sides in South America. and visits Europe once every year. .., r ins to Angd Alcazar de Vej last a Spaniard who was former, Spain's press attache in Lon\ Velasco, who is 52. had won Hitler the award of the Iron for services performed ." said here that he had • ..: •:.. i hief of Nazi counter age in Spain in 1940. and : to work for the Nazis n sent him to l^ondon. ,erved in 1941 and 1942 that in 1945. a Nazi aruig the code name of i. approached him in Ma! told him to await the of "a most important perwithin a month. The per M i med out to be Bormann. he and he took Bormann in a arine from a port in Spain ti M.uthern Argentina, near Fata The voyage, he said, took ays. Velasco said he last met Bor in Ecuador in 1958. The deputy by that time, he had aged considerably, and : anged his appearance igh plastic surgery on his face. The unique conference was arranged by the American Jewish Congress, whose president. Dr. i .loachim I'rinz. urged Israelis to 1 accept as final the propoistion i that American Jews in the foreI sceable future would not immigrate to Israel in any substantial numbers. Dr. Prim told the 500 participants that a "Jewish isolationism" in the United States threatened the development of closer ties between American and Israeli Jews. He said increasing numbers of young American Jews believed they were "a self| contained religious sect" which could get along without identification with Jews in other countries, except for philanthropic ties. Because of this, he said. Israel •ould not take for granted the supContinued on Pane 5-A Dr. Julius Mark, senior rabbi of Temple Emanu-El. New York City, was reelected president of the Synagogue Council of America for a one-year term at the closing plenary session of the proqram year last week. Rabbi Mark is visiting professor of homiletics and practical theology at the New York School of Hebrew Union College— Jewish Institute of Religion. FftJMf AUNIS1H NfHfftf tee aggressive WOULD UPSET BALANCE Nehru Nixes Ties to Israel Catholic View Draws Criticism From Bostonians BOSTON fWNS) — Two prom nent Jewish spiritual leaders, labbi Joseph S. Shubow and Rab u Samuel J. Fox. took sharp is ue this week with an editorial in The Pilot, official organ of the toman Catholic Archdioces of Boston, on a proposed Sunday law imendment that would permit Sabbath observers. Jews and Seventh Day Adventists to do busiteas on Sunday. The Catholic organ charged hat last week's approval of the amendment b) the Massachusetts NEW DELHI iJTAl Primt Minister Nehru told the Indian; Parliament last weekend that In dia has not entered diplomatic relations with Israel partly be ,-ausc Israel's activities had been j •unfortunately aggressive" in the tast and because it might be i tarmful to India's relations with ither countries. He added that relations between Israel and some West Asian counrus were •'strained." and any aclon taken b> India in regard to my of these countries might af ect another and might be resent %  d b\ the other countries. He | iaid "one has therefore to see vhat advantages" there would be n balance and whether a partic ilar action would contribute to thl settlement of dispute among thost %  ountries. He said India did not plan to exchange diplomatic representatives with Israel now because such an exchange in balance" would not be advantageous to the cause "India is pursuing in West Asia." The Prime Minister's principal theme was Algeria, and he said India would recognize an independent Algeria promptly. His commenton Israel were In replj lo a supplenn ntarj question 5 More Jews i Are Executed \ By Red Chiefs DtlPlK INTO TKAVAIl PAGE 2-A PARIS — aper. reaching here, lists the conlemned as Binyamin A. Gulko and i ; Moshe A. Fuks. The newspaper i reported that an eight-year prison sentence was given by the same J court to Betya B. Rothstein. and I i five-year sentence was imposed I >n Tzila G. Lapidus. All four had '>een accused, the Communist %  lewspapcr stated, of "dealing in 'oreign currency.'" Claims Confab Meets in London To Air Indemnity LONDON — (JTA) — The board >f directors of the Conference on lewish Material Claims Against Germany met here Monday to discuss a number of questions dealing with the West German restitution and indemnification programs for Jewish victims of Nazism. The Bonn Government is now considering amendments to the restitution and indemnification laws which expire at the end of this year. Dr. Nahum Goldmann. chairman of the Conference, reported to the


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Friday. Juno 22. 1962 +JewlsbrhrMla*i Page 5-A Jews Drift Apart, 'Dialogue' Agrees Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro, spiritual leader of Beth David Congregation, congratulates students of Beth David who won :our out of I've community awards presented by the Bureau of Jewish Education at the graduation exercises here May 28. left to right are Daniel Weiss, who won the Jacob and Adele Kaplan prize; Fred Silverman, also recipient of the acob and Adele Kaplan prize, with a perfect score in the Hebrew test; Rabbi Shapiro; Barbarc Bolker, araduate of -Vrrew H'"^ F"-*TVI] r--A n rmw siau^ in oi D'i.n i^avu and araauate ot Hebrew rlioh Schoc' why w~n the Jowi h Educator-' Council Award. Five More Jews are Executed In Latest Red Anti-Semitism Continued from 1-A •h. They were denounced in the White Ru a favorite theme when he said that maybe all Jews were' Zionists but if they had followed the example (if modern Zionist leaders in "nol 'coming to Israel." the Jewish State would never ha\ebeen established. Dr. Prinz rose to the challenge and said that Ben-Gurion and other Israelis must "face the reality" that IS. Jews would not migrate to Israel nor make Hebn heir second language Florida Scientist Praises Programs Israel's successful launching of a scientific research rocket to a| height of more than 50 miles i piiasizes the country's intention not' to be left behind ui the nuclear age Dean Joseph Weil, head of tV University of Florida's Engineering College told a Miami Beach Technion Society audience Tuesday night that Israel has the specialized i know-how to move forward in the use of solid rocket fuel. "Aeronautical engineering and chemistry departments at Technion are now able to build rockets designed to explore the upper atmosphere for meteorological data," he said. At the meeting Tuesday evening.' Mrs. Louis Glasser was installed asi president of the Greater Miami Chapter of Technion. Other officers; are Sol C. Shaye. vice president; Jacob Rifkin, vice president; Jack Katzman, treasurer; and Meyer A Baskin. honorary president i Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice j president of the University of Miami, was announced as a new board | member. Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-EI. I and a national board member of the American Technion Society, presided as installing officer. The .tigled flight of Israel'. Shavit (Comet) II. which carried over 30 miles out to sea and soared i 50 miles high, did not warrant ban-1 I. IT headline", but it was. nevertheless, a remarkable achievement. Dean Weil told the 3persons gathered for the ceremonies at u Algiers hotel "The world took note that in tins liny democratic nation, a solid-fuel unguided rocket was planned, constructed, anj fired entirely by Israeli scientists and technician;." Praising the ideals and vision of the Technion teaching staff. Or. Weil predicted that Israel will probably soon need another Technion of equal caliber. "It may appear paradoxical :."iat such emphasis is being placed an higher education in the Middle Last, with populations strugg.;ng for mere existence." he said. "Sut Israel has committed itself to economic progress through technology. It is swiftly creating a model :or under • developed countries. Technion is essential." Dean Weil paid tribute to American Jewry for giving tangible support to Israel's unique Institute of Technology, called by Dr. Jar.ies Killian. former president of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the "11 I. T of the Middle East 'Abie's Irish Rose' "Abie's Irish Rose" was the subject of a talk by Harry Kershav. at the Cardozo hotel on Wednesiaj evening L'CHAYIM to the American quality of greatness! THE WEEK... US I SEE II Continued from Pane 4-A illy and feelingly the events • w I'M president to his trip to "inment of studied regret that he For my part. I thought of the lism he attributed to the Cm .ersity of Miami, whose chanellor, Dr J. F. W. Pearson, only recently moved into Bay Point Biscayne blvd., a residential restricted against Jews— • to become theneighimr of of the evening, which brought the Israel some two years ago. and a had not discussed it in his address a bright constellation of Miami morning daily editors and staff ers who are newspapermen all and community mirrors of "the genius for the practical" to which Dr Stanford hopeful newcomer here, so i rdently referred ,-iBANK BY MAIL v\m) a t letropolitan i3flR OF MIAMI 117 N.I. First Avenue FR 1-9641 ^C onvenient way to handle Checking^ Me-mW: ^^and Savings Account deposits. *; K*.rr^^^ We P a y postage both ways' Pv,tm Federal ^fW 4 ^ interest on Savings %  • t insurance ^^^Je't for year. ^^1 c> rj.^r.uua ^^e^i^^__^^^^| > ^^^^ A J HARRIS Chairman of tht Boare" Mordecal Sheftalt Soldier and Patriot Living in Savannah at the time ot the Revolution. Sheftall defied the royal regime and came out for liberty and freedom. He served in commissary work for the armies of Georgia and the Carolmas. often advancing personal funds for vital provisions; and at the same time served as staff officer in the Georgia Brigade. His quality of greatness rests securely in the history ot our nation. <3K HUM) (Al\ !.KT 1, '• M The UChayim Whiskey ... LPRD CALVEICT Truly the American Whiskey of Distinctionuncompromising people make Lord Catveit; discerning people enjoy It. y.\ nautili WHIKI'S IMS ot Mini dec u aaaia MUIIM. VHiiii CAIVWI MTatlM COMHN mc N 1,6



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Tiiday. June 22. 1962 £-*.-* FtrrgrtH^r Fage 15-A LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW i"K is HKKKIIY i %  %  i • ... %  •' %  %  •> nu f \V> RRi K)K \ I' \ RT MEN TS ill S| i in.: I! i I. r, K, I I'D-IB ., ill. the • ihi % %  idl I'M I %  ISCNNYBR" K .K. INC .t I .1 i ELD .mi i %  • DmHU Vi NOT CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW — HKKKIIY UIVEN %  ,\ %  ,i.. in %  • %  i un %  .1 in' "i IT-' 111:1 i. I'l'RMSHINtl I-I> not l lim K llih \v M i. HI %  HI • li !''• %  'I. i ill Ilii rirrull i %  ,. :ri %  %  In MM -ii \I-:I. roHKX %  illTIMKH s i %  >HKN %  • y fcii vis-ii. .i in II •!• %  %  29, %  %  NOT CF OF PUBLICATION \ THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT OF FLOR'DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 62C 6372 1 1 1: i si'K \ 11 Plaintiff KM \x P SPEAR I •• f. mlanl MIT I < n: 1 >IVi IRCE HKRMAN P SPEAR HERMAN i: SPEAR, arc lij notified thai %  Hill • %  %  "..>>for I ilvnrce has been filed v "'i. and x "ii ;ir renulred -. %  \ %  .i ..|.\ nf VOIII \ • %  %  • %  tn Hi. Rill ..f i 'omplalnl mi I'lali tiff v attorne). .\. i I'.III Congress Building Ml Florida, and file u rlelnal .• %  i ..i Pli i.in in iii. .. % %  k ol Ihi i 'Irrull "..111-1 ..n or the : .ii, dn v f Jiilj • % %  II i iroi in l>j Ii %  • %  i iken .uM Inid \ ou hit tl • %  • demanded in thi Hill • %  • i 'on WELCOME TO ISRAEL'S NEWEST I 6-QLF COURSE I i ^ "Sam always wanted to be buried in the soil of Israel.' Copf 196? Da>*m P'oduc'io"* LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 56121 C ,IN KK I. I VV. Ill J.\ MlULICK, I NOTICE TO CREDITORS Tn All I'leiIn., iand All Peru its Ha' !''• %  Claim* oi li nand Said I :-r, i. V"ii .II. Ji. iI > notified and reai il demand* u hlt-li 1..11 ma) na • i i ;alnl the • mate nf KRRli .1 \MKS MUCK 'I I-'t. nf Hade • '..iniiv Florida, %  hi I' j J idRi of Dade C %  ty, ami file i Inname In theli I in the • 'ount) 'iiurthouoe In l>a< i 'ount). "Hni Ida, within month* from the date of thi I publlrntlon hereof, oi thi i In bai •• .1 BERTH \ ni.ICK Adnilnlai airfx A IN.-I .1:1: H PERI HK Attoi 17*2 W Flagler SI Miami 15, Floi Id NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY UIVEN that Hi. undersigned, desiring to engage in h "-in. -v iinii. r Hi. fictitious nami of ROBERT M, riillNKKl.l. D.M.D. at 1006 Northeast 12." Street, North Miami. Florida inii-mls to registei name with the Clei k of the Cln lilt Pour) oi In.I. Count] Florida ROBERT M I iRNl ELD, p A Corp i HI n< • BVRl IN I. SPARBER Attorne) for %  '... poi atlon 8 8-15-22-29 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! *Jkn *s!h #irV ridHaun solicits your legal notices. We appreciate yonir patronage and guarantee accurate service at lega^ rates Mul i It :*-4tt05 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE shall be publish! I oni • I'l-k fin fi %  %  ,\ a, JEWISH KUiRIDI vx VNI> I'KDKKKIi • \i in 1 da) nf June, A I i: II I.K VTHERM VN HI "out l, I ladi 'mint) Ilorida • ml i '.--iri %  i 11} K K tiRPBR, I •• put) Clei k i "ounty, VI. J DI.'NN %  PonBTeHH Building I' %  n. ) for Plaintiff •' %  15-22 25. 7 I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKREBY UIVEN that dersisned, deslrlns i" • ngage In in Ii • thi fictitious name ol IWTIBNT CENTER at IIS1 KW 22nd Sired Miami nu %  mlto i eglxti r lid naim with • he Clerk ol the i 'Ircull f I'.i.l. Count) I .ill., II.' IRIH \ PIIYSICI \\.SI 1'1'I.Y I \. %  K 6 S-l". NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NltTICE IS IIKKKIH tllVKN thnl the undeiHianed desiring to engagi In I'li.-iin -nu, ii ihi rictitii F"L< iltll >A I.AI'.i IRATI RY SI I'll .V it IIIH S.W 22nd Stn Miami Ini. ml to ragiati i -ai'l name iili I the ': • I Co AI.I'X IIRI ISS.MAN l.i il*lb IRi ISSMAN the • i i' NOTICE BY PUBLICATION \ THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 6SC M47 i LINK w \SHINI;TI >N. %  • \ i. \v \SIIINI:TI>N. ... I SUIT FOR DIVORCE %  li Washington i. Mi N.. i • %  ftapnria ( LinnI : Waahington. an* notified thai a lull ..f Comfoi l M\ area li-bei n flh d .i and \I.II nnn i|iir. .1 to oft) of >oni \nstt. r oi i". i %  Hill "f Cocnplninl on the ittoi nej l.l..'.. i. T Hin. %  : %  Ri ..,! I! illding, Miami K oi Ida, ami fil. the original Pleading in ihi office n| %  thi 'in nit i '..'in ..ii i.r Ihi '.in da> ol Jul). :.•• 2 If do ->.. Judgment hj da* • lak. II ai 'lli-l \ ou f'-r den .HI Ii d in Mi. Bill of NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEKKMY HIVEN ih >t | ih. nnderxlgned, desiring to engage In l.,i-m. r mill, i in, ii,iiii„uname ••! i ElHiEXVATER r.l I l.l H N<: ..i 2J12 [ Rle ... Houlevaxd, Miami :iT. KlorI.I.I intends i. register -aid name with the Plerk • %  the Cirrult Court "f l ladi Count) Klui Ida 2212 BISCAYNE OOMPANY la rla Corp. • Sol' n ner WiNn IR .\ ;i:i:i:.\iIEI.H At tome) for Applicant '.'In I. In. ..In K...I.I Miami Beach, Ila fi l-22-2, T 6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned desiring to engage In liusim -nu.I. i the flctltouti imi of MARCO HISTRIHl'TORS at 7288 NW l-T Pourt Intends to register said name iili in. i "lerk ol the Cln iii i| l>adi County, Klnrhlii SIDNEY M WEINTHAL Sole i ner 6 1-8-15-22 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROSATE, No. 534-JO-A IX HE K-t ite ol KI.IZ \iu: i ii in 'us. ii IY, .,-. .i NOTICE OF .NTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is ii.i.i.v given thai I have filed mv In il Report and Petit ion for l'i-n 1I.1111..11 ami Kinal Discharge as Rxecutor Of thf rslale of Klizalnili .-*'..-' %  i .i.-i.i. a.in In.i' .ill llli' IIH ) ol .1 in. IMS, will apph in in.. Honorable County Judges of Dade County, Ki..riiia. for approval of said rinai i.'r-.i. MIKI i.'i .1 ,ii...iii..n .11.'i flna dlsi iiai g< .1Exe. utor of the estate of the above-named decedent This 24th da) "f May, IMS Ai.ADIKR I-: PACZIER (joldman, Goldstein A Pacsler Attoi m ) 2303 West Klagli 1 St 1 ei 1 Miami, hnnida fi l--.-ir.-22 N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 5969 KRNESTl I \ GAVAI.IM Plaintiff, \ .i'A V GAVAI.DA, I lefendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION You, Ca) %  la 1 a Ida, addn .-and r< -Idem • 1802 S\" lln vi n, Ro)., I > >., ^ M Ii hlgan, .. re 1 equ ,1 .1 to fill 5 oui answer tn th< 1 omplalnl lerk of the above Courl and servi .. 1 op) Hi. reof to Hen lornej i llli-l ; 1 'ongreas Miami -'. I-1 la, ..11 ..1 liefn !', IMS, ..r else -nit will be tuk nil fensed I 'al.-.l June : -!. IM2 i: II I.EATHKRM V X 'lei k .f 1 he "n .1111 (seal) K M I.VMA.X I leput) '!• : k hi 11 AI %  Building, July n .1LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BV PUBLICATION IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 5724 9*1. ''I IHEN, Plaintiff, v IR M 1: COHEN, 1 'efenrtant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Ti GRACE COHEN 435 !•• ei field Road I %  • • rfli Id, Illinois You an hereby notified ihai a Rill ,i Complaint f.r Divorce has been filed against you, and y6u are required to servi .1 cop) n your Ansu.. ..1 pleading to the Bill "f Cosi1 plalnl "ii the plalntrff's Attorne). Ronald •' %  Levy, 1110 N.E ltiltid Street, Sorth Miami Beach, Plo ami fillih. original Answer 01 Plea inn in IIIH office of the Clerk "f the I Circuit Court "ii "i before the 2nd da.\ ..r July. IMS II '-ii fail i" %  !" mi 1 idgmenl b) default will i" taken M-I \..n (1.1 the reliel demanded %  Bill ..f fomp ail I 'rii H notlci -hall be published once each iveek foi four ronsei itlve weeks in THE JEWISH I'l.. iRIDI \X IHiNE AND ORDERED at Miami, ith da 1 of Ma'.. A I •. K It I.EATHBRM \x. Clerk. I lad. '.inn ) Kl"i Ida B) K M I.VMA.X. Deput) Clerk RONALD K Anii.inn i .. hereli) notified iliai a Bill "f Complaint i"i" Divorce has been filed against you, and you in required i> -. 1 ,. 1 cop) of >"MI Answei or Plead 1 In Bill "i Complaint on thi attorneys WD1NKI.E A %  -. 1 Building, Ml fill ih. Pl.adlnn iu the nfflci ol if the Cn I Court II ||ll -., %  ..!; %  11 1 : || ||,|| nnsi \..ii foi ll Xi Ih. NOTICE UNDER FICITiOUS NAME LAW •TICK 18 HKKKIIY GIVEN that undersigned, desiring i" engage in business under th*fictitious name ..f I! *.• K LOL'NOE at tMO Weal htaglei St., Intends to register said name with thiClerk "i the ClretiM Court of Dadi ''"iinty. Florida. WILLIAM M DUNN, JR. Role Owner K E8SI.ER ^ lARfi Attorneys for Applicant ^ B-15-22-18 %  t CIRCUIT COURT OF THE th JL'OICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No 62C 6091 iWnehtirt. J ) I:M \X a k a IAN k a \ V I s %  Gil Ml \ SMITH l.i'l-TI S. his RD I AMES l.l UTI S ,: MUI Ml V .-Ml III %  • CE OF INTENTION TO APPLY Tl CHANGE OF NAME Ma) Co %  '•.. gives thai • • n thai the mini lorn i>. Samn.-I Hi 1 ".I l..fi n11, 1 nLin. ska Ii • %  Ii] .\i Is Barbara Dade ( Hint) Curl lli.u>.. In Si ''" Inwife, I" Kdu.ii. I %  anil Ivla It.,. wlfi whom 1. IIUI 11, .HI IH l-'-n Drive, Miami nit lids li. SpBh I" M. hall c \M-.1,. %  1 %  vegth Judli lal Cirri for • %  < 'i" I4th da) ,,r July, ih. • ".i .,iho 11 mil chaj king % % %  << % %  11. Hi 1 nan .. k .. Bo Barbara %  • his 1 |„ard Its ha 1 Smith 1 • % %  Mi h 11 ,m. the) •1 1.. kn I '".I. la. Ibis 1 tinl -i.Kl: 1 Vnswi Hi. Cli • in. j.. 1 fall i. v\ III In III 1 he !•:., in; each a-i 1 in nu. 1" i.\ 1: 1 1 .. r LEATHERMAN Cleil '11 in 1 %  1 %  I 'a.l. 'ount) lli \S\ I! II l.\N \ N 1 leput) 1 It 1 k \\ KINKI.K ,v KESSI.EM | 1 Key I old II llld i| \ : 1..1 11. >. %  1 a 1 in If f sir, IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 56097 IN RE Estati ol T1IKI.MA ANDERSON THOMPSON I is. .1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS ,1 1 11 VND ... .11 I •• Inn A %  .1 III. III. mi i Ida '1 mil Ml Persi 1\. 11Ha> : .-.1 %  .. I;'. rfERMAN ., k a II,., I H UTMAN 1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No 56100-C IN RE Kaia.1 PATRICIA I. I'AII.I-^ Dcci NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All 1 Ml Pel -"iiH* ine Claims "i Demands Again You BTI li.i.i.v notified and reo,ulr• ii I., pri si in am %  Linnan.1 di in. HI. 1uhli h you -ii n ivi ign n-1 thi • • lati • Patricia B i 'nil. \ .1 1 1 • inly, Florida to the .In,it. -.11 >adi Count) ind ii ,,| ..'. .. ml .1IT.' %  1 irlda %  -' %  .• in thi %  1',,ni 111..11-. in 1'.i.l. County, Florida, n the itlon hereof, n 11.. • '..II.I.I -In.ill das of Jinn '' i'i: INK G 11 KXII; \. I...1 1 %  IN I Ht.ll 1 • hi it o.i n-iliiied and iei|UM ill an) claIms H ml di 11 ma) havi against id llli:i. M \ ANDERSON Ml 'S ill 1 ..1-. .1 lit. "I I la North Carolina, 1.1 the 1 ladi '1 HI. 1 > and -an in 111. 11 11 the 1 '..iii thoiise m 1 lade i 'mini >. M it hut I*IK < alendar nths from iddali "f thi flisi puhlli atlon ... ihi same ill be han ed WH) nes* llle, X'..i 1 h 1 '.u n! na, 1 his Isl da) o( Ma) I'nl.i iREM 1 ll' 1MP8O.N Ml.l'l-" As \m lllai > Kxecutrlx Hi IBER r S< 'I I 1 T killMAX \i 1. in. \ i..i I iidi 11 Thomi Mciiford, \'i. ill 11 Kxecuti Ix 14 OS \ 111 1; Mil 1 11 i. r IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 56068-A IX RE K.-Iati..f SARA SACHAR I lecaased NOTICE TO CREDITORS Ti. All 1 '1. ilili.rs and All Pi I-"llHaving Claims "i Demands Against Said I'.slalt-: Von are hereb) notified and required to pi • si in .1111 claims and di manils which >"ii ma) have against the estati of SARA SACHAR deceased late of Pad.County. Florida, I., ihCount) .iiidet-s of 1'ad. County, and nl. thi -aimin their offices 111 the Count) Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within six ralendat months from the date of thi first publication hereof, ..1 thi same a ill ibarred CLARA IIAI. M-is. Administratrix ROBERT II TBAL'RIG Attoi 111 v 1138 dlll'olll I'.ml.Inn; Miami :; %  :. Florida 8-15-SJ-JJ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HKKKIIY GIVEN thai the undersigned, deeirdoa t.. engagi in iiii-in. sunder the fictitious name "f BERNARD JOYCE iTHK CO-OP KING) at il"i Lincoln Road, Suite SOS, Miami Beach, Klorida Intends I" register said name nii thi Clerk of thi Circuit Court of Dade County, 1-1 la BERNARD JOYCE Sole IU 11. : 6 S-I5..'.' :".' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that derslgned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious names ..1 I'll: VTE SPA, PIRATE >'!' V M \ 1: N SERVICE I'll: \v\SPA RESTAl'RANT at -.T"! Southwest :'l>.ili Street, Princeton, Florida ntends to >I:II '. II Kiel a id names w 11, ihi %  the 1 "In ml 1 •i.ni-l "I Flo 1. la lll-:i:l ERT K Ri IERTS. 1 ll Moll mi 1 1 AVID .1EI1MAN Ml tn) fi 11 11. iherl 1Roberts Ir l-l Ai. M la mi Ha .. • | 1 %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that : hi i.n.li 1 -i-m .1 di nil in; to • ngage In liusim -undi 1 • he fli titious name of HKNI.KK \l'\ KK I'lSIXii CO., at j 1 1 0 x 1 %  : i.. .1 .-. .. 1. Miami. Florida Intends to registei said nami with ih, clerk nl iii. "In nil Court ..1 1 >ade Count) KI1.1 Ida MED 1 K \l. I'll vRM VI 11 ri'Al.S. IX'. a Kim Ida corporation Hi Henry R 1 ilamond, Pn sldetit lEI >Rl IE 1 III.BERT Ml,.111. v I. Ml 1 I Kill I'lia. ma.. 11 Deals, In.JS-38. T 6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW X'i.'1'H'i: IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the nu.I. rsigned, di sli Ing to 1 ngagi In buslm >under I he 1' 1 Itlous 11 1 TR1 I.ON DEI IVBR1 .-I:I:\ li U'v'.l Mn 1 a I.in \> '1 %  Ml* 11 int. 11.1 1 -aid name %  clerk a the 1 'In tilt Com 1 "f I I.I.I. •' 1 v I loi Ida ll \i. ll. 1R0WI IV. ROHER'I PKITEI.MAN |.H1 III! ,.,, \i.,'i i'. Gopman \I'.i"'. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai 1I1. undersigned, desiring :.. .1..: business mid. i the in in ous nan t M:I.I: STI-I:I. RI 1 %  North West Mill Avenui Miami. Florida Intends '" registei aid nsmi with 1 hi Clerk • •f iho circuit Courl "f Dadi County, Florida Ni 'i:\iA x mi.1,. Soli •" ner Goldman, Goldateln \Pacsler \;'"i 11. > foi Registrant Wi Flagier Street Miami Florida I-X-15-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY >:ivi:x that th. mid. 1-mm d. .l.siinii: !.. ngl liusim -undi %  • ii. flctl 1%  MEUK'AI. \ 1: rS CLINIC RI -. s \\ '-ii,i Avenue, Miami. Florida Intend -i na Id ii.ini. M ii ii thi nl tin %  'ii 1 mi 1 %  .m-i .a I ladi 'ount) 1 1..11.1.1 DR SEYMOI'R ,1 GARDN i I: U Ownet DR I'A 11. s 1 ;i. xs-'M v x .'.ir. Owm %  loldn ,. iloldsti In A. Pa v %  :..i m 1.1 Ri glatrants u 1 er Street \i 1.11.1 ., I l.KX BRl '--MAX '' • t. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 56080 A IN RE Ketate of SI 'I'lll i: \V YSl il'l il.AX. I '1 ceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having claims .a Demands Agalnsi s,,id Estate YI.II are hereb) notified and re1 ilred i" present an) claims and demands which \".i may havi against the estati "i SOPHIE WYSOPOLAN I. • used lai. of I 'Al >E Count) F1"i %  da. ti. ih. County JUIK'S of Dade County, and file the .-.nutin duplicate and as provided in Section 733.16. Florida Statutes, in their offices in ;li. Count) Courthouse HI Dade Couiir ) ty. Honda, within six .altn.iar months from thilime of the first publication hereof, ..1 the same iii be barred Dated at Miami, Florida, this 'Jith da) of Ma y, A I' 1962 HELEN 7.YM.W.SKI As Kxt'i-iiliix JOHN M \ZI ItKK Attorne) foi Executrix 219 St. 111 iij Tl ust HIIIK Miami .'.:' Florida 6 1-8-15-22 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUI4TY. IN CHANCERY. No. S8C 3767 LEWIS \\ Hlti 'U x Plain tiff, vs. DOROTHY MUHSINGER BROWN, 1 lefendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE IHIROTHY MES8INGER BRXlWN 1.7 E Farming Sti ••. 1 M.. rli.n 1 tin.. I '. IRI I'll Y M 1: S S I X 1 ; K 11 I IR< i\\ x .11. h.-i eb) not Ified that a Bill ..( Complaint for Divorce has !.. .-ii filed aK-'i -' ) "i. and 1 ou H I • %  I.nun ed ti -• %  < .. .,;.\ of ) -.in A n -u. 1 in ri. ..limin 1 a. Bill 1. 1 i "omplalnl ..ii Hi. I'l.1 Inl Iff* attorney, 'dl 1.1.Kit ,\ RI SSELL, 708 Alnsley II ni.inn; \i 12, 1 lorida, and file rlginal \ nsw u or 1 !• adlng In 1 • nfflci ..I the 1 "l.i k nf Iho Cln lit before thi 2nd ^.w % %  ( f you fall I.1" ao, j rtefs 1 wil 1 taki n against i-m foi 1' %  %  di in,mi. .I in the 1 nf I 'omplalnl This notlci -hail li.published .>i 1 • -*%  a. ii week fur foui consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH F'LORIDIAN I'uXi: VND ORDERED at Miami. iii da) of Ma) A I >. i: II l.l A TIIKKMAX. I'lrrk. cult 1 "inl. I lade 1 '.uuiiv FI la 's. all B) K M. l.YMAN. 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Pago 10-B *JtotM ncrkHar Friday, June 22, 1982 At ceremonies in Beth David Congregation on Sunday, where the Samuel J. Spector Hall was dedicated, are seated lleft to right) Mrs. Lou Baron, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel I. Spector, and Irving Spector. Standing ileft to right) are Julius Spector, Mrs. Leon Levitt, Elmor Spector, Mrs. George Burney, and Louis Spector. Speaking for his wile and children shown here, Spector declared that "my family and 1 are proud of what we have been able to do for Beth David and the community." Miamian Wins Insurance Award Stanley Rosenborg, a representative of the Henry Weiss Agency, general agent for the Berkshire Life Insurance Co.. Miami ant West Pal rr Beach, has beei named as a win oer in .'i nations six week com pany sales con lest. It (i s e n hers p I a c < %  i.rl Steve Labbie placed second in the broad-jump to pace Hurricanes in their third place triumph. The annual track meet was sponsored by Classics AZA, chaired by Steve Conn in cooperation with the South Florida Council of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization. Summer Racing Hits New Peak Summer greyhound racing in Florida hits a new peak July 14 with the 19th running of the S10. 000-plus All-Florida Championship at the Biscayne Kennel Club. William R. Moore, presiding Judge at the dog track, who has officiated at every All-Florida Championship since its inception. Wednesday announced nominations for the state classic will close .lune 30. It is open to top grej hounds racing in Florida, subject to Moore's approval of 32 entrants Contests are slated for July 3 with four eliminations 'two each night) July ti and 7 KING ARTHUR'S COURT The SINGING STRINGS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TJ 8-4521 ART BRUNS Co-Owner Wv CABANAS WITH PARK NG AT REASONABLE RATES. Coll Abe Gefter JE 4-2141 June '3 Sept M Reserve now for the Hioh Holidays. WHY TRAVEL? Superb Foods and Ocean-Front Luxury at VERY 10VI SUMMER RATtS Venetian wH Motel Miami Beach RESERVE NOW DAVID ROSNER'S ITEM; I D^elary lowi Strictly Observed CONSTANT IAIIINICAI SUPERVISION MASHGIACH ON PREMISES On the Ocean at 67tn St Miami Beach Miami Phone UN 6-3831 SAND-ELL1PJ !"!" CATERING § /). r 7446 COLLINS AVE., MIAMI BEACH ties UN 66226 f% r Bar Mitzvahs-Weddings-Parties Under Supervision of Sol Weiss UN 6-5278 Catering Manager Lester Siegel Wl 5-4084 GRANADA HOTEL 1013 MERIDIAN AVE. MIAMI BEACH Phone: JE 1-0496 OPEN ALL YtAR C^JA P* r week *vU pe r p rson 2 in room ALL ROOMS Includes 3 KOSHER MEALS DAILY Salt A Sugar Free Diets Catered To EVA 4 TERRY SPONDER Ownership M'gmt. 20 Venetion Cousewoy JE 2-4228 CONTINENTAL BUFFET LUNCHEON $1.35 All Cocktails 50c During Luncheon from Noon Until 4 p.m. Dinners from $2.85 FISH fflfjnyKCT Handsomest Seafood Restaurant anywhere in the world!!! LUNCHEON from 85C SERVED FROM 11:45 A.M. DINNER from 2-25 ownership.. COCKTAIL LOU NO %  Ampto Tony Sweet's PHONIi ptrHa] n> ta Restaurant • 865-8688 promise* N. Bay Causeway (79 St Causeway) Miami Beach OPEN EVERY NIGHT i7o„N,uf,5sT.f^^y;;^.y M