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

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

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fJewislli FILor idlian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
iurae 35 Number 26
Miami, Florida, Friday, June 29, 1962
Two Sections Price 20"
Nazis in Argentina Carve Swastika on Jewish Girl's Body
BUENOS AIRESThe DAIA. the represent.-!
ve organization of Argentine Jewry, this week sent an
i peal to President Jose Maria Guido, asking him to take
mmediate and effective repressive and preventive
tion" against "Nazi-Fascist bands" responsible for re-
cnt anti Jewish violence which culminated last weekend
. brutal attack on a Jewish girl by neo-Nazi hoodlums
" carved a swastika on her breast with a razor
The DAIA cited the incident as an example ol police
in a mounting number of cases of violence against
. in Argentina. The girl, who was identified as
aciela Narcisa Sirota. 19, a student at the science
tculta of Buenos Aires University, was accosted last
FIRST AMENDMENT VIOLATION
Thursday by three hoodlums who stepped from an auto
mobile and knocked her unconscious.
When she regained consciousness, she said, she was
forced to lie on a table in an unfamiliar room where
tlie hrodlums removed her clothes and carved the
swastika on her right breast with a razor. The ruffians
also inflicted severe burns on her body with the ends of
Ivjhted cigarettes, and told her: "For your guilt, Eich-
mann was killed."
Miss Sirota, who fainted from the pain of the ordeal,
said she later awoke in the street in a suburb of the city.
The girl's parents immediately notified the police, hut
their complaint was not accepted until two days l"er.
when a police physician corroborated her story.
In its protest telegram to President Guido. the DAIA
declared: "We beg to denounce to Your Excellency this
fact of unheard of brutality which follows a series of
earlier attacks which were not punished. On tin same
day," the telegram stated, "a Jewish restaurant as
machinegunned for the second time. Earlier acts dalism are evidence of the total and intolerable lack of
protection" suffered by the Jewish community.
'"We request immediate and effective repressive
preventive action a si the Nazi Fascist bands which
offend freely human dignity and attempt to destroj le-
mocracy and injure irremediably Argentine prestige."
US High Court Rules
School Prayer Recital
To be Unconstitutional
WASHINGTON(JTA v-The United States Supreme Court, in a
, tcision of historic importance. Monday ruled that daily recital of
prayers in public schools, even though non compulsory, was unconsti-
' tional.
The court held that the recital of such prayers in schools financed
.rough public taxation violated.-----------------
Jews Flee Algeria Terror;
Exodus to France
.< religious freedom guarantees
the Constitution. The decision
. handed down in a New York
.('. It will affect all public
! 'iooIs throughout America.
The Supreme Court's vote was
\ to one. The court's decision
- written by Justice Hugo Black.
dissenter was Justice Potter
Stewart Justices Felix Frankfur-
ti r and Byron Black did not par
cipate
The dispute that the court de-
cided arose in New Hyde Park.
N.Y., in 1958 when the Board of
Education voted to have a so-
called "Regents Prayer" follow
the salute to the flag each morn-
ing. After objecting parents
filed suit, 16 other parents were
allowed to intervene in support
of the School Board. The School
Board contended the prayer was
appropriately "non-sectarian."
The decision ruled that New
York school authorities had. in
Continued en Pagt 8 A
TKAGlDlli OF DISHACID
PtGl 34
JUSTICE HUGO BLACK
. wrote majority opinion
Golda Meir Says Israel
Has No Kennedy Problem
Abductors' Go
Free in Israel;
Witness Lied
II RUSALEM iJTAi Rabbi
amin Mendelsohn and three
her orthodox Jews were acquit-
1 in District Court here this week
i- of complicity in the
dnaping of Yossele Shumach
' when the pro-ecutor repudiated
it stimony of his chief witness
i mpletely false.
Sbumacber, "ho is now
' 10, was abducted, allegedly
:> r.i orthodox persons who'
hat his parents would not
in :i religious education He
ii missing since 1959. al-
Israeli authorities have
searching for him on three
:its.
he embarrassed prosecutor,
t'-r* Hadaya, asked for and re-
eled dismissal of the charges
9a "st the four members of the
A9s.:at Israel collective village,
Kemmemiut. He said his wit-
"*. Yitihak Kugler, had called
W"i one night recently and con-
d that his testimony against
Continued on Page 5-A
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
JERUSALEM Describing as
"baseless" speculation about Is-
rael's relations with the Kennedy
' Administration, Mrs. Golda Meir.
Israel's Foreign Minister, declared
in Israel's Parliament Monday that
she had no doubt that the basic
relations between Israel and the
United States would continue to
rest as in previous years on "firm
foundations of friendship" and
friendly discussion on all matters
A common interest
She said it was only natural that
he new administration should in
tensif) n- study of the internation-
al problems it faced. Conceding
here were differences on state
natters, she said that in an) ap
praisal of the Middle East situa-
tion, it would be "altogether diffi-
cult" to assume there could be a
complete identity of views between
countries as different in size and
world standing as the United
States and Israel.
Mrs. Meir, who made these
comments in introducing her
ministry's budget, expressed
"regret, astonishment and con-
cern" at the indifference of the
great nations to anti-Israel hos-
tility of the Arab countries. She
expressed concern that the
"floutir.g" of the United Nations
charter by the Arab states and
their anti-Israel boycott had not
led to "the sharp reaction" they
deserved.
She referred specifically to the
election to the UN Security Coun-
cil and to the UN Committee on
Disarmament of Egypt, "a state
which hoards weapons and does not
hide its aggressive intent by pro-
Continued on Page 3-A
PARIS(JTA)Algerian Jews are continuing to fit frcn-
Algeria. despite the recent cease fire understanding with OAS
the European underground movement fighting Algerian inde-
pendence, officials here reported this week.
In recent days, a large number of Algerian Jewish notables
have arrived in France, including the Chief Rabbi of Oran. who
brought with him his congregation's Torah Scroll, and officials
of the Algerian Jewish consistory.
No accurate figures were available on the number of
fleeino Jews, partly because French authorities do not main-
tain migration statistics by religion and partly because not
many Jews ask French welfare organizations for help im-
mediately on arrival. However, officials of the Fonds Social
Juife Unife, the principal Jewish welfare agency, indicated
that some 20,000 Algerian Jews have reached France since
the cease-fire, and that the stream will continue unabated.
All Jewish communal life in Algeria has been disrupted by
the Jewish departures, and international Jewish organizations
no longer have representatives there. A World Jewish Congress
representative who went to France for a meeting of the Fonds
Social two months ago did not return to Algeria. Top officials
of the Federation of Jewish Communities also remained in
France. The Jewish Agency, which is keeping a skeleton staff
in Algeria, closed its office in Oran.
WE1NSTEIW REELECTED PRESIDENT
NCR AC Condemns Soviet Policy;
Asks US Action on Arab Bias
CINCINNATI(JTA)In a series of resolutions on the international
scene, the plenary session of the National Community Relations Ad-
visory Council went on record Sunday in condemnation of the discrim-
ination against Jews in Soviet Russia in a demand for action by the
United States to halt Arab discrimination against American citizens,
in a plea to the Kennedy Adminis- ---------------------------------------
(ration to press for Arab-Israel
peace and in a call for support for
the United Nations as an agency
for peace
Reform Rabbis Study Mixed Rites
MINNEAPOLIS (JTA) The Central Conference of American icare program for the aged, and
Rabbis, meeting at its 73rd annual convention here, authorized this sharply condemning the so-called
week I detailed study of mixed marriage in this country. The de Christian anti Communist Crusade
cision was taken after the 500 delegates heard a report from Rabbi an<] otnwr extreme right-wing
Eugene Mihaly. professor at the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Insti groups
tute of Religion, who had stated
that intermarriage between Jews suring the State Department for
and other religious groups is in its failure to protest more vigor-
creasing and will continue OUSly against Soviet restrictions on
The CCAR. rabbinical organiza
tion of Reform Judaism in Amer
ica, also adopted resolutions cen
I Jews, expressing opposition to
nuclear testing by any nation, en-
dorsing President Kennedy's Med
as "ominous threats to
American freedom and democ-
racy
The convention also approved
the report of a special commit-
tee on the relation of Reform to
Judaism and the State of Israel,
Continued on Page 6-A
The Soviet resolution expressed
"deep concern and anguish upon
(he plight of our fellow Jews with-
in the Soviet Union" and condemn-
ed "the discriminatory repressive
treatment accorded by the Soviet
(iOV< rnment to its Jewish citizens."
The resolution described the meth-
ods of discrimination employed
against Soviet Jews and charged
that they were being singled out
tor prosecution for "economic
crimes Death penalties for these
crimes, it charged, were being im-
posed ,m Jews "in a greater ration
than upon cithers charged with sim-
ilar oflci.ee s "
The conference adopted two
resolutions on the Middle East.
On* dealing with Arab d'scrimt-
Ccontinued on Page 5-A


Page 2-A
+Jen isr Meridian
Fiidoy, June 29, 1962
Rel-gious Articles
Are Consecrated
Congregation Beth Kl consecrat-
ed nev religious artii les :\\ :i re-
c Saturday morning service
here.
Philip Berkowitz, honorary life
presidenl <>i the congrega'ion, to-
: iher with his children, presented
l.th Kl wi'ta .i new royal blue
"Paroches" i ,\rk cover. Torab
< ivers, Pulpil covers, a id a sel
<1 crystal chandeliers ab >' the
Ark.
The consecration servi e was con-
ducted by Rabbi Solomon Schiff,
t 'initial leader, who expressed
the congregation's gratitude in the
; Fence of Abe Chiel, president.
Kiddush and reception in the
auditorium was given by Bcrko-
vitz following the service.
Four Freedoms Retirement Organization
Hemes Gertner as National Consultant
Four Freedom-, th" retirement Steinberg said that the Four
rganizution of the AFL-CIO, an- Freedom- board oi directors re-
ounced Wednesday through it< (cntly authorized the formation ot
resident, W. R. Steinberg, of a national committee of consult-
New York City, the appointment ants and acknowledged experts in
ol Samuel Gertner, executive di- areas in which the organization is
rector of Mt. sinai Hospital, as na- active.
tional consultanl on hospital and board of
nursing home construction and ad- _____ .
ministration lor the organization. TKJ^L. 2T S
both with Gertner and Mt. Sinai
when they visited the hospital
last year," and commented on
Gertner's "general excellent rep-
utation in hospital administra-
tion," his previous "able admin-
istrations at Beth Israel and Sy-
denham Hospitals in New Yorn,"
and "his outstanding record at
Mt. Sinai Hospital."
Rabbi lehrman Addresses ZOA Meeting;
Cites Nasser '64 Vow to Destroy Israel
Riverside Cashier
Off to School
Francis .1. Giuffrida, assistant
cashier of Riverside Bank, will at-
tend the School of Financial Public
Relations at Northwestern Univer-
sity in Chicago, 111.
The curriculum is designed to
the grounds f Mt. Sinai Hospital
under the aegis of Mt. Sinai, the
ejection of a cosl
n.ent houst on Collins p
qualified -< ni r citizens,
rently operatt the Four
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Gertner, in accepting the honor
CONVENTION IN WASHINGTON
PAGE 9-A
By Special Report
WASHINGTON The new settle
ments now springing up along all
r! Israel's borders are contribut-
ing mightily to the security of the
country*- now more menaced than
ever by its Arab neighbors, declar-
ed Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiri-
tual leader of Temple Emanu-EI,
Miami Beach.
He spoke at the breakfast for
[ ates to the convention of the
si Organization of America,
ged by the Jewish National
Fund. Israel land-reclamation arm
i: the World Zionist Organization
The breakfast was sponsored joint-
in which the highest Zionist body
between Congresses took note "of
the Jewish National Fund's pro-
grams for coming years which
are most important for fortify-
ing the boundaries of the State,
expanding agricultural settlement
and increasing the absorptive
capacity of the country."
"The revival of the glorious
'Tower and stockade' period of the
JNF history during which the whole
country was dotted with Jewish
settlements ready for work and de
fense is now more urgently needed
than ever to secure Israel's bor
ders from attack." concluded Dr.
provide specialized training and ary and volunteer position, said
education to presonnel with respon- that he would "be pleased to con
sibilities in the field of public rela- tribute in whatever manner" the
tions. marketing, advertising, pub- Four Freedoms felt he could be ol
licity. and business development, service.
The forthcoming session Of the According to Steinberg, the Four
FPRA School, a two-year program. Freedoms has under consideration
runs from July 8 to July 21.
a* the present time the construe
Giuffrida has been on the staff lion of a 100-bed convalescent re-
ef Riverside Bank since 1957.
habilitation facility to be built on
Rut stein Talks in Orlando
Leo Rutstein, Southeastern di-
rector of the American Techmo"
Society. Israel Institute of Tech-
nology, spoke at a meeting of the
Orlando. Fla chapter last week.
!. with the Foundation for the JN~, Lehrman.
v.hu-h seeks to secure larger funds
ft r .inf projects in Israel through
bequests and the assignment of in-
s. ranee
Dr. Lehrman is a member of the
national board of directors of the
American Technion Society. He is
also a member of the advisory
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Israel." Said he: "I'ntold millions
are now being poured into Nasser's
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19*>4 to attack Israel with the full
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Page 3-A
Marseilles Teems With Tragedies of Displaced
By IH -ING R. DICKMAN
\i\; LLESOn Wednesday
morning, June 5. Lucien M. left
his apartment in the Bah~el-Otied
quarter ni Algiers at 6:30 a.m.,
a- though he were going to work
as usual. Around the corner
however, he hailed,a.,cab, first
making contain that the driver
was not an OAS (French Secret
Army] man. From a friend's
.-tore, where he had left them,
he loaded two suitcases into the
cab. A ew minutes later, his
ife an four children came
..round i*- corner, and got into
me cab without a word.
All the ay to the dock, the M
f.unih ke] looking nervously be
hind thl and te each side." The
two younger children crouched
>u th. dear of the cab. When
they gol I the dock, they found
il guards* by two lines of police
Mih sub-machine guns, Hut they
lid not b> gin to relax even a
little -il they were actually
aboard the ship.
Lucier 'A., 51, his wife and four
children, were Among the 6,000
Algerian refugees who reached
Marseille on Thursday, June 6.
Some 3,000 came aboard three
ships, the rest by plane. Among
the 6X00 there were an esti-
mated 500 or 600 Jewish refu- |
gees.
The M.'s are Jews who trace
tbjSJC stay in North Africa back
for generations. Their Spanish
name indicates that they may-
well be descended from Jews
who left Spain at the time of the
Inquisition.
For I.ucien. this was his sec-
ond trip to France in a little over
six months. As far back as last
November, he had seen the sha-
dow of coming events. At that
time, he had come to spend four
days with his cousin, a French
army non com. He is a skilled
restorer of antique furniture. He
spent the entire four days looking
for work in Marseilles and the
surrounding area. When he could
not find any, he returned to Al-
geria and hopelessness
The M s lived, not too badly,
in a municipal housing develop
-*-
Golda Denies Israel is Having
Problems With Kennedy Guard
Conto-jed from Page 1A
claiming a state of war against a
low m< ber of the United Na
Rons."
Foreigi Ministry budget esti-
; ites hi been raised to 14136.-
OOU.OOO $12,000,000) for this fiscal
year as i tsl a budget of l20,-
i i 66 886) for the pre-
Mrs. Meir said the
! make possible in-
creased vities in international
cultural relation- and
as well a> the
roadening of Israel's
intention, such one-sided appeals
were bound to distort the image of
Israel as a peace-loving country."
She warned again that repeated
Arab threats of war against plans
to harness the waters of the .lor-
ulan River would not affect imple-
mentation of Israels internal pro-
leits She said that the develop
m. nt of Israel and the integration
of its immigrants were Dot depen-
dent on the attitude of the Arab
countries.
45,000 Jews
Flee Algeria
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
PARISAn official of the cen-
tral Jewish welfare agency in
France reported Monday night
that an estimated 40.000 to ti.000
Jews have been among the Al-
gerians pouring into France in the
last few weeks.
Julien Samuel, executive direc-
tor of the Fonds Social Juif Unifie, ;
made the report at the close of a
two-day meeting of the Standing
Conference on European Jewish
Community Services.
At the same session. Dr. Astorre '
Mayer, of Milan, president, report-1
ed that Jewish communities of1
seven European countries had con-'
tributed S150.000 to a joint fund
sponsored by the conference to,
help Algerian and other North
African Jewish refugees.
ment. After the French Govern-
ment-FI.N (Algerian indepen-
dence movement) agreement,
they were forced to move for
safety Into the Bab el-Oued quar-
ter, which was now completely
European. As life became more
difficult, Mrs. M. had to go to
work as a scrubwoman in a hos-
pital.
It took extreme courage for
the M.'s to leave. Aside from the
dangers, they did not dare to sell
anything they owned. Refriger-
ator, furniture anything that
would not fit into one of their
two suitcases was simply left
in the apartment.
In Marseilles, Lucien's cousin
me* them. There were also rep-
resentatives of the FonWs Social
Juif Unifie, the French Jewish
welfare organization, which is
subsidized by the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee, with United
Jewish Appeal funds.
In the huge landing shed in
Marseilles, someone asked Lucien
about his plans. From the docks,
he was going with his family to
spend the Shavuot weekend ii his
cousin's already-crowded home.
After that?
"My future." I.ucien said bleak
ly. "is four days long In one
way. the M family is happier
than many who are arriving.
Among the 5.000 to 6.000 refu
gee.- arriving in Marseilles dally,
there are many instances of mo-
thers with three or four small
children traveling without hus-
band and lather The lather has
stayed behind, either from fear
or from a desperate hope that he
can sell enough of his business
or household goods to give him
a new start in France. These
fatherless family groups often
need immediate financial help
the French Government, which is
making financial provision for
the Algerian "repatriates." does
not yet pay the repatriation al-
lowance unless the head of the
family is also in France.
Representatives of the volun-
tary agencies speak most highly
of the cooperative attitude of the
French authorities, who have cut
red tape, and the consequent
waiting at the dock and the air-
field, to a minimum.
Everywhere on the docks are
the brassards of the French Red
Cross, the Salvation Army, the
Secours Catholique, the Acceuil
Protestant, and the FSJU, iden-
tified by the words Secours Is-
raelite-Jewish aid. Boy Scouts
in uniform carry packages and
valise:; they and other volurv-
it.i-% deal with the miny wheel-
chair and stretcher cases To
helo t.'ie harassed mothers during
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Volume 35 Number 26
Friday. June 29, 1962
27 Sivan 5722
The Supreme Court
Points the Way
The United States Supreme
Court decision on authorized
prayers in the public school sys-
tem is a triumph for those who
hove been increasingly concern-
ed over the intrusion of govern-
ment into what must after all be
a matter for individual and pri-
vate consideration.
In addition, the decision should
tend to clarify the fundamental
unconstitutionally of a good num-
ber of other attempts across the
nation to ignore the intent of the
First Amendment by using school
facilities for a variety of sectarian
religious purposes.
We do not deny that propon-
ents of some form of religious in-
struction in the public school sys-
tem are well-meaning Americans
genuinely concerned for the des-
tiny of the nation and thoroughly
convinced that the best way to
assure its future is to imbue our
young people with an under-
standing of the Bible and its
ideals.
In many instances, these people have no
ulterior motives, and do not mean specifically
to tread on the sensibilities of others.
But in issues relating to religious instruc-
tion, which necessarily involves some form of
prayer, Bible-reading, and display of symbols,
one is forced to ask: "Which Bible?" "Whose
notion of God?" "What prayers and symbols?"
That the various religions have varying an-
swers to each of these questions goes without
saying. That no single pattern of religious in-
struction can satisfy all people is similarly a
foregone conclusion, that to tread on the
sensibility of others is inevitable in public in-
volvement in private matters like religion.
* *
DEBASING OUR LEGAL PROCESS
But these, realistic though they have
proven to be as problems surrounding the
basic controversy, are social and psycholog-
ical considerations apart from the legal aspects
of the question.
In the first instance, fundamentalists who
argue that the Founding Fathers were imbued
with the highest spiritual purposes, which they
sought to instill into the foundationstones of
this nation, ignore an even more eloquent fact:
that the Founding Fathers were victims of re-
ligious persecution abroad and that they clear-
ly determined to oppose the development of
any form of state-authorized religious practice
here.
In the second instance, to give teeth to
their opposition, they made specific legal pro-
visions against the encouragement of such
practices in the wording of the Constitution of
the United States.
The increasing efforts by well-meaning
people today to circumvent these provisions,
far from exalting their own spiritual purposes,
instead debase the sanctity of the American
legal process. It would be purposeless here
to discuss our agreement with the majority
opinion offered Monday by Associate Justice
Hugo Black. His explanation of the violation
of the principles inherent in the First Amend-
ment is clear and forthright.
* *
EXTENDING OUR FREEDOMS
It merely remains for the people of the
nation to understand it. A major step in this
direction would be to return to basics. These
include relearning a number of things many
of us have forgotten. Primarily, it means rec-
ognizing that religion is a private matter re-
lating to the private conscience of the individ-
ual and of no concern whatever to anyone
else. It also means admitting to the funda-
mental proselytic impulse of many proponents
of religious instruction in the public schools
and their willingness, even if unhappily, to
reject it in the general realization that it is for
parents, within the confines of their homes, to
determine the religious destinies of their chil-
dren.
Above all things, it means yielding to the
secretly-known fact in the first place that the
spiritual ills of this nation may be traced to
far more significant things than the presence or
absence of public school Bible-reading and
morning prayers.
If, as a people, we are unsure of tomorrow,
it is not that we have ignored our belief in God.
If. as a nation, we eye in awe and even ter-
ror the incursion on our own freedoms of
shackled societies sponsored by Communist
government, it is not that we eschew the prin-
ciples of religion.
Rather, it is that we have failed to live
these freedoms wholeheartedly. It is that we
have reserved them for some of us and denied
them to others. It is that we seek to hide our
failures, as parents no less than as citizens,
behind pat formulas; and among the formulas
is the increasing prevalence of public religious
practice.
Justice Black presented an eloquent case
Monday for the fact that such practices do the
greatest violence to our freedom as a people,
and subtly suggested that those who will cry
out against the ruling are in no sense better or
more God-fearing Americans than others of us
who accept it or even applaud it. They are,
instead, the suspect among us, who either re-
peatedly fail to curb their private proselytic
impulses, or else want lazy "answers" to some
of the failures in our national way of life rather
than doing positive things to ameliorate them.
MHOIHMSHIMVMBHSINMMIIBSaSkSMHSMHB
the week
.. as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
Give Your Helping Hand
Immigration in mass numbers is the latest
watchword for Jews throughout the world.
Not only is the entire Jewish community of
Cuba slowly but surely uprooting to find a
new way ot life here, but Algerian Jews are
today joining their French brothers in a mass
exodus.
Which leads us to the point. The 1962
Combined Jewish Appeal has officially ended
its campaign season, but work continues
apace. Have you paid your pledge,
AN A judge sit in judgment
w if he is also a bigot? This
taw the week ssFwaay"*?*
O swered Wednesday morn ins |,
the office of County Attorney
Darrey Davis, but it is mer-
speculation now, Monday
night, as I write these words
Up for consideration is the
charge against Judge Strick-
land that he has been guil:>
of making anti-Semitic com-
ment in his couxtraonv Qfl June 9. Marvin I. Cohen, of 8311 su
12th ter.. wrote a letter to The Jewish Floridian in which he re-
counted in detail the events of the day before.
According to Cohen, he appeared in South Miami Court on June
8 "due to a minor traffic violation." At 9 a.m.. Judge Edwin Strick-
land opened the proceedings with the announcement that the i
issuing the complaints would not be present. He then indicated that
a pleading of guilty or not guilty could be made by the defendants
Cohen reports that "a good majority" prior to his own being
called to the bench pleaded not guilty, and were dismissed without
fine. The letter continues: "My name was called, and I app
before Judge Strickland. I was asked how I pleaded, and stal
Nut guilty, your Honor".'*
At this point. Cohen alleges that Judge Strickland declare'! \
you Jews are the same. Ninety percent plead not guilty"' If h
Cohen's is a stunning charge. It would be naive in the extreme >.
believe that many people do not think in these or similar term* \i
applied to other situations. It also follows that one would be h.;:
put to deny the occasional existence of such malevolent form*
bigotrj even in the judiciary, the realities of current experience
past history being what thej are.
MAN WITHOUT LAW IS BCSTIAL
but the kino of unguarded anti-Semitism with which J
Strickland has been charged bespeaks the crudest sort of .
ance, if Mr Cohen's allegations are substantiated. The law. whet
in a simple traffic proceeding or as reflected in the agonies that pi
face an opinion offered in the highest courts of the land, must m
the final analysis .-how a profound and unshakeable respect tor
individual and his personal dignity. And. I suppose, that at time*
even sweeps aside private feelings of prejudice to do so.
Yet. without this, what is man and the society he has forged
through painful evolutions from bestiality? Without the law. which
is one of the most intricate artistic formulations produced by th
human intellect, to what can man aspire but a return to the mir'
of his beastliness? It is a sad factor of the torturous process
observe in the refinement of mankind when men, themselves, be
smirch the law. But when sworn officers of the court are disdainfm
of the law. it is more than sad; it is terrifying.
If Mr. Cohen is correct in his allegations, then Judge Stricklan i
can no longer be considered a judge but a bigot; for the very nature
of bigotry is to prejudge without respect either to the facts or to
what is right and lawful. I suppose, that as a newspaperman, t
should have phoned Judge Strickland for his side of the story. But
I have been on the receiving end of denials of anti-Semitism too often
to forget how painfully embarrassing they always are. The pain is
so palpable, it is almost physical, and nothing is ever really achieve-!
except the vast sense of discomfort I here describe.
SWOtN AfflDAVITS Of COMtOBOKATION
IF THIS IS, itself, prejudgment and therefore a besmirching of the
law. let me hasten to put on the record the fact that Jud^-
Strickland has already publicly labeled Mr. Cohens charge a totj.
fiction. Nevertheless. Mrs. Marian Dronsky. of 7920 SW 17th ter
Miami, in court at the time of Judge Strickland's alleged defamatory
remark, has "offered to testify to his statement." Cohen declared .
his June 9 letter.
In addition, there is a sworn affidavit by a non-Jewish woman
living near Judge Strickland that the Judge "has an unquestior.i
background of racial and religious prejudice. Item: Judge Strickl.c: I
was a party to the recent circulation of a petition in his neighborhood
calling upon residents to protest the settling there of a new fa mi
of Cuban origin. Item: The woman, who came forward with the
affidavit, attests to the fact that she has been chided by Jud,
Strickland for having Jewish friends. Hem: There is also sw
testimony that the Judge has warned his children against playii
With friends who are Jewish or Cuban.
This affidavit, incidentally, to my knowledge unrelated to am
of Mr. Cohens personal efforts to substantiate his charges, was vol
untartly offered by Judge Strickland's neighbor to the Florida off.<
of the Ann Defamation League of B'nai Brith. which turned it over
to Count) Manager Irving McNayr for the original county comm -
sion investigation of the allegation. Also in McNayr'i hands a:
Monday, was a -worn affidavit of corroboration by Mrs. Drom-k.
MtN MAKt THtlK LAWS IN COMCffT
|^|RS. COHEN TOLD me early in the week that Judge Stricklan i
must have had second thoughts on the subject. Following hi.
alleged anti-Semitic comment, he set trial for a later date, refusin,
Cohen the same dismissal without fine he granted most of the other
defendants But. according to a clerk of the court in which Judge
Strickland presides, the Judge subsequently changed the record b>
drawing a line through the bound -over order, marking it "Case Dis-
missed. Mrs tohen told me she has photostatic evidence of the
falsification Of the original proceeding to prove this.
As Mrs Cohen see. it Judge Strickland was disturbed bv the
spectre of the possibilities his actions presented to him. and when
Knowledge <>f the incident became increasingly prevalent here, he
phoned the Cohens privately to upbraid them for not having return.,!
to discuss the matter with him before going to the authorities and
the press
If there was something to discuss, how could Judge Strlckl
aeny Mr. Cohens allegation"' But the broader question is: Does Judge
Mnckland properly represent the title he Dears- Or has he catapulted
us hack to the law of feudal fiefs, where a man was guilty if. thrown
into a pool, he swam, and innocent |f he sank and drowned'
Men make the law. that govern them, but they are made il
cen mere is no place for solos in the halls of justice as th
Reichstag Ore of i<32 amply shows,


Friday, June 29. 1962
+JmM fkrkitor)
Pag 5-A
NCRAC Condemns Soviet Anti Jewish Policies
Continued from Pago 1 A
nation against American Jews
rslced Congress to enact a provis-
ion in the pending foreign aid bill
-equiring the President to report
ennually on progress made in
eliminating such discrimina-
tions.
The resolution proposed a four-
) oint program lo "preserve the in-
cj;rity of American' citizenship"
continuously challenging through
:',plomatic channels, flagrant vio-
.itions of the rights of American
citizens; by ending the screening
Citizens for Government service
. broad on racial or religious
grounds; by rejecting provisions in
; II treaties and executive agree-
i nts denying to American clti-
.- rights of employment, travel
.- trade because of race or religion
calling on federal and state
;.nt. nci< s nol to yield to
i : ligious or racial prejudice <>f
. untr es in the hiring and
it <>i Americans.
In its rest luti i on the Middle
situa.i a. lh< onfi renci
: thai i.. h ; i voc it.on by
Ai i sti i dims the pro p el
pi .. tli, Middli K ist." It
, verted ll at the 11 ntinued unde
i arcd Arab warfare a lii s1 Israel
gers Lhe stability
i; the Middle East, but constitut< -
. critical threat to world peace
Tin re.-,.hit ion noted President
Kennedy's affirmation two years
of the nee I for seeking perma-
. nt settlement in the Middle Bast,
but pointed cut that "recent se-
ns by United States represents-1
ves m the United Nations have
01 only emboldened Arab aggress-
rs. but have been inconsistent with
i President*.* pronouncement.
The United States, as the leader of
i free world should be in the van-
) card of world opinion in press-
ing for an Arab-Israel peace. Our|
country must stand up against
Iligerency. provocation, hostility i
and threat."
The resolution urged the United
Mates Government to "pursue a
olicy both within and without the
ted Nations, which rejects all
rms of aggression an.I which will
ke it clear to all governments
the Middle Bast, that we do
condone war and thai peace is
major goal of American policy
the region."
The so-called shared time" plan
r which pupils in parochial
-thools would be permitted to use
b>lic school facilities, was over-
I Imingly rejected here by the
liar) session after the plan had
pen termed a "tragic betrayal of
r public schools."
The plan had been offered as
a compromise that would permit
federal aid to parochial schools
without infringement of the prin-
ciple cf separation of church and
state. Proponents of the plan
">ad also argued that the scheme
would also help break down bar-
riers between pupils in the pub-
lic schools and the parochial
schools by bringing them togeth-
er in some classroom sessions in
he public schools.
The 250 delegates and guests at
'nding the session of the national
I < ncy had been urged by Dr '
David G. Salten. noted educator.
i give careful consideration to the
on the grounds that "any plan
which minimizes the tendency to
rd social stratification and prom-
IflVIS H. WEINSTEIN
ises some reduction In interrelig-
inus conflict, deserves the most
painstaking consideratu
The NCRAC action followed a
long iscussion in which delegates
trom Hartford, Connecticut, and
Kansa > Cit; d< set ibed the unsatis-
factory operation of the shared
time" plan there. Although the
l Ian has been discussed extensive-
ly in Jewish. Protestanl and Cath-
olic circles over the last year or
more, the action here was held the
first rejection of the propo.-a I on
a national 1cm!
Lewis H. Weinstein, NCRAC
chairman, explained the agency's
positions. "While shared time may
not violate the constitutional sep-
aration between church and state,
it would impair and in the end vio-
late our American public school
system," he said. He expressed
doubt that the proposal would re-
solve the controversy over govern-
ment aid to parochial schools.
"There is no reason to expect
that those who have been demand-
ing inclusion of parochial
in a federal aid program
withdraw their demand just be
cause a few communities adopt the
new plan,'1 he asserted "It i? like-
ly that the demand.-, would con-
tinue and the net result would be
an increased financial burden on
the public school system rather
than amelioration ol Its critical
needs
Weinstein further charged that
the shared time in practice would
lead to the greatest divisiveness
He said the new plan would be "a
Iragic betrayal of our public
schools." These are the institu-
tions on which we have relied for
generations tor the preparation of
our young people for citizenship,
for effective participation in our
society," he declared. "This is an
obligation of our democracy. We
cannot abandon it to a variety of
religious bodies, a variety ol value
systems unless we are prepared to
abandon our convictions about the
values that a? Americans we hold
In common."
A ringing affirmation of faith
in the future of American Jewry
was offered here by two Ameri-
can Jewish leaders in replies be-
fore the plenary session to utter-
ances by Prime Minister David
Ben-Gcrion. "American Jewish
life has never been more visible,
more viable and more vibrant
than it is today," Rabbi Maurice |
Eisendrath, president of the Union .
of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions, told he delegates. "This
is our best answer to those proph-
ets of doom such as the Prime
Minister of Israel and others who
negate the American Jewish fu-
ture."
"These negators of the Diaspora
misread both American democracy
and the American Jew," he said.
"While the people of the Slate of
Israel and American Jewry are in-
dissolubly linked as an historic.
people, recent highly publiciz-
ed misunderstandings demonstrate
that we have a long way to go in
building the kind of reciprocal cul-
tural religious and spiritual bridge
which is essential to our mutual
survival."
Irving Kane, president of the
(Council of Jewi.-h Federations and
Welfare Funds, similarly rejected
be "defeatist view" of the Amer-
ican Jewish future and the assumpt-
ion of 'some observers" that Amer-
ican Jewry was "doomed to a
sterile assimilation."
"The hard fact." said Mr. Kane.
i- that on this continent we have
n ached the stage of 'do-it-yourself.'
Even if the European centers of
learning and culture still flourish-
ed, it was perhaps inevitable that
the substance and forms which
would give the fullest m e a n i n g
to the needs of American Jews liv-
ing in the American environment
would have to be developed here."
"Israel, to be sure, can and will
deepen the content of our lives, our
communal purpose, but American
Jewry cannot live culturally an."
spiritually as a parasite on a body
6 000 miles away." he said. "The
goals and values of Jewish life re-
main fairly constant: To live crea-
tively as Jews, to fulfill our obh
gations to our fellow Jews here
and in Israel and in other lands
and to our fellow-men everywhere,
to make our maximum contribu-
tion to American democracy, to
to the faith of our fathers and to
live by the ethical standards of
cur faith. In this we have done
pretty well as a whole."
Both speakers participated with
Prof. Horace Kallen in a sym-
posium on "Jewish Life in the
Free Plural SocietyAchieving a
Balance Between Integration as
Distinctive Separateness." Dr.
Kallen, research professor in
Social Philosophy at the New
School for Social Research in
New York, discussed the implica-
tions of "pluralism" in An-erica,
a term it is said he coined 50
years ago in his writings en the
nature of America.
Lewis H. Weinstein. ol Boston,
was reelected chairmar of the
NCRAC. Vice chairmen ejected
were Louis Feinmark. ol New Hav-
en; Julian Freeman, of Inuianap-
olis; Marcus Ginsburg, cl Ft.
Worth. Tex.: Aaron Goldman, of
Washington: and Herbert A. Le-
land. of San Francisco. Jcstph X.
Yaffe, of Philadelphia, was elect-
ed treasurer; and William B.
Schwartz. Jr.. of Atlanta, secretary,
[saiah M Minkoff i.- executive di-
rector.
%.*Ai

A tree grows in Israel planted by chairman-director, Wendell
Jarrard, of the Florida Development Commission, while en =
visit to the young country. Cooperating in Israel's leioies-
tration program, Jarrard plants a pine seedling while an Is-
rael tourist director and nursery assistant look on. The bcr-
schools maintain our religious and cultural j ren plain, near Jerusalem and the new Hadassah Kospitcl.
would integrity. In short, to keep faith is being planted in trees by willing tourists, glad to pcy $2.53
a tree to aid the program.
with the American idea, to be true
Don't smoke another cigarette
until you learn what
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Abductors' Go Free in Israel
Continued from 1 A
he rabbi and others was "a con-
:oction of fact and fancy."
d thai
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itor conceded thai his case
eei I ased main)) on the ti -
5 ol Kugler
prosecutor told the court he
lid ask cancellation of the
Mendel
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Yisroel Vinnik. The rabbi had tes-
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*. Jewish ffrrSdi&n
Fndoy, June 29. 1962
Reform Rabbis to Study Mixed Marriages
At the Technion Society installdtion ceremonies held last
Tuesday. Mr=. Louis Glassor was installed president of the
Greater Miami chapter. Di -tinguished scientist and educator
Dean Joseph Weil (left), of the University of Florida Engineer-
ing College, was guest speaker. He is shown with Dr. Irving
Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El, installing offi-
cer; Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice president of the University
of Miami, elected secretary and Technion board member; and
Leo Rutstein, Southeast regional director.
Join July 4 Rally, Kelly Urges Here
Sheriff Thonui.- .1 Kelly Issued .1
last-minute plea We Inesttay for
Df.de county resident- 10 join in
the mammoth Fourth of July cele
tration next Wednesday m^ht in
the Orance Bowl.
"This will be our firsi attempt
at a tevge-eoale celebration 01 our
n?tion"s birthday.'" Kelly said "It
j:'s a success, we hope to r< peat
it every year. I certainly hope WE
pack the stadium for the even!.''
Indications were that there would
protMbly be a ticket shortage as
the event nears, Sheriff Kelly add-
ed Nearly 30.000 seats have been
< munated as a safetj factor for
the massive fireworks display
leaving only 4S.0IKI ^eats available
tor the public.
Large business firm- have bought
tickets in l.OOOseat blocks for their
employes and families. Kelly add-
ed He suuucstcd that Greater
Miamians visit the downtown ticket
. ffiec ai 151 SE 1st t or Gate
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Besides the fireworks, all
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in which the Reform rabbinate
committed itself "to provide the
fullest measure of moral and
material support and assistance
for the people of the State of Is-
rael" but declared that Ameri-
can and Israeli Jews have no
right to speak for each other.
The rabbis also called upon the
United States Government to act
without further delay in demand-
in:; and initiating steps toward an
Arab-Israel peace settlement. At
the same time, the rabbis voiced
Strong concern over Egyptian
President Nasser's use of Amer-
ican economic aid to purchase
Soviet arms for use against Is-
rael's people.
The convention and the CCAR
executive board agreed that Rabbi
Albert G. Minda. of Minneapolis,
and Rabbi Leon Feuer. of Toledo.
("CAR president and vice president
'respectively, were fully authorized
in issuing a plea earlier this month
for the commutation to life im-
prisonment of the capital punish-
ment sentence of Adolf Kichmann
"in accordance with the standing
policy of the CCAR regarding pub-
lic statements endorsing accepted
CCAR principles." Twelve Reform
rabbis had issued a statement on j
their own immediately following ]
the clemency plea issued by Rah- '
bis Minda and Feuer "repudi-
ating" the action of the CCAR
president and vice president.
The Reform rabbis strengthen- |
ed their platform upholding the
separation of church and state
with adoption of a policy state
; ment opposing the use of public
1 school property by religious groups
; during school hours, the placing of
religious symbols on public school
buildings and grounds, and the
practice in many public schools
of "released time" for religious in-
struction.
Rabbi Morris N. Kertier, of
Larchmont, N.Y., moved the
policy statement's adoption as
chairman of the CCAR commit-
tee on church and state. The
statement included a review of
important cases pending in the
nation's highest federal and state
courts. Rabbi Kctier termed
the past year "a prelude to his-
toric legal decisions" which he
told the rbbis would probably I
be handed down later this year.
Most of the cases mentioned by
Rabbi Kertier involved Bible
reading and prayer in the public
schools.
The policy stafemVhl included a'
section which iroes much beyond
the stand of an\ other American
Jewish organisation on a pragram
which has come into promtoenci
in recent months and 1- known as
"shared time." Rabbi Ktrtzer
said The statement cat t ions
ayainst this program The Dttared
time propotv 1 Involves th<
use by parot bial and pun'
of tax-supported educa
cilities. The policj statei le
on Reform rnlihi- to "ur.
school commu-vtH's | > undertake
further studies hefnr lai
sliarecl tin.. : : ..ranis "
The com i ntii n bes
Rabbi Sidney L Re. > ,
York. ( !AR < \i cut r
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850. The session also
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Detroit, and Rabbi I. vi A
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New York UJA Cites Ribicoff Aid
Jack S. Popick (left) and Maurice Revitz, newly-elected mem-
bers of the board of directors of Israel Investors Corporation,
talk over prospects of the I.I.C. at a planning meeting. Popick
and Revitz were to be honored at a luncheon Thursday at the
Barcelona hotel a: which Shimon Horn, vice president of the
corporation, was to report on a just concluded trip to Israel.
The two M'.crr; 3each business and civic leaders attended
the annual meeting of the I.I.C. Tuesday night in New York
City.
Fisher Confers On "Me Ami1
tfendel V K 10 h:is just land of Israel." Fisher pointed out.
returned from a tour cf South Wniie .,, Israei pisher will fin-
America on beha if Jewish Ma- ,. ., ,
... ... alize plans lor the reception ot
' mal Hind and i sen tiuled '
lo leave for Isra ily 5. came Greater Miami Jewish National
Mil mi this to .inter with Fund leadership, due to leave via
JNT leaders isre furthering El Al on Ocl 18 for the inaugura-
edevelopmen I K ryat Me Ami ,.(m ..Mi. Am,- in Urae,
i Israel _______________
NEW YORK (JTA> Secretary
if Health, Education and Welfare
Abraham A. Kibicoff was honored
tfondaj night for hi- effi its in
< tion with the resettlement
i refugees seeking haven in the
United States and other lands <(
reedom al a testimonial dinner at
he Hotel Pierre for the benefit of
he current campaign of the United
lev sh Appeal of Greater New
York.
In addition to honoring Secre
arj Ribicoff. the dinner was also
he occasion for a tribute to two
utstanding leaders in philan-
thropy Edward M M. Warburg,
honorarj chairman, and for-
merly general chairman of the
nationwide United Jewish Appeal.
m:l Dewey I). Stone, a UJA na-
tional chairman.
The more than 300 guests at the
dinner announced contributions
amounting to more than S750.000
toward this year's general UJA
campaign, and to the Opportunity
Fund which UJA established to
meet an increase in the needs of
its beneficiary agencies arising
from an upsurge in migration of
Jews to Israel, the United States
and other democratic countries
Presiding at the dinner was Mur
ray I. Ourfein. leading New York
; attorney. The evening's speakers
included Monroe Goldwater, pres
I idem of the United Jewish Appeal
|of Greater Now York: Edwin Ros-
enberg, chairman of New York
UJA's executive committee; and
! Jack D Weiler. a chairman of
New York UJA's trustees
Goldwater discussed the strains
on UJA which result from the
drastic increase in current Jew-
ish migration. He cited the sit-
uation in France, where at least
30,000 Jews have come from
North Africa in the past five
months, bringing the total of
Jewish refugees for 1961 and
1962 to 50,000. Despite liberal
assistance by the French Gov-
ernment and the French Jewish
"Very enc | wrts have
11 i rei pive II commun-
i Miami who
ntly v.< :n Israi I,"
I .-hi i said. "' .>, re very
much impress i md inspired bj
Ini magmfi Ann .. II in- sii ited id the greal
ment, r imation and at-
ion work I lies ahead
Fisher who i ta igurated "Me
Vmi" at a te i il supper in,
bis honor her.- M irch 19, fol-
lowing his retir ifl ir 28 years
. director ot INF, stress
ed the new role entrusted to Jew-
ish National F u I >: the Govern-
i iu and pe iple if '.he state of
Israel, endowing it with the sole
responsibility for all future land
reclamation and afforestation in
I i young coui I
"Only recently, Israel's Prime
Minister David Ben-Gurion, on
Ihe oee.ision of the 80th anniver-
farj oJ the Jewish National Fund.
r-'emphasized the need for world
Jewry to support FNF in its vital
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Secretary Ribicoff was present-
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Friday. June 29, 1982
Members of first confirmation class of Dade Larry Allen, Cantor Emanuel Mandel. Rabbi
Height! Jewish Congregation are (left to right) Harold Richter. Jill Gandel, Jeffrey Oltchik,
C ndv Mitchell. Mark Farber, Louise Bass, and Linda Arbit.
High Court Rules Out School Prayer
C3rv'rued from Page 1A
( established an official state
r -ion v.hoih inconsistent" with
t: First Amendment. An atmos-
of i ipt attention existe i in
r when the Irai i&tic
m >ntous decision i- hand-
e lo '
i rents of children in four
^c old challenged the prayer. The
t. i- pursued through the
^ 1 -. r ading to Monday's mo-
i lecision by the Supi
C Included among pan
jmg the action wei i '
l ins, members of the Ethi-
i. ire Society and oon-be-
In >ra
ting the court's decision,
. Bl ick stressed that 'it is
lacrilege nor anti-religious
ay that each separate govern
n ".' La this country should stay
0. of the business of writing or
sanctioning official prayers and
e that purely religious func-
t:..-. to the people themselves and
t( those 'he people choose to lcok
Xi :'or religious guidance."
He sn-d it had been argued that
- .ipply the Federal constitution
i state or local laws respecting re
ligion in schools weuld indicate "a
! hostility toward religion or toward
prayer." But. he declared, "nothing
could be more wrong."
Justice Black emphasized that
"by using its public school sys-
tem to encourage recitation of
the Regents Prayer, the State
of New York had adopted a prac-
tice wholly inconsistent with the
establishment clause (of the First
Amendment)." He said the court
agreed with the contention of the
objecting parents that the clause
was violated because the prayer
"was composed by governmen-
tal officials as part of a govern-
mental program to further re-
ligious beliefs." He referred to
traditions of American democ-
| racy in connection with separa-
tion of church and state.
He rebuffed an argument that
constitutionality was retained be-
cause the children were not legally
obliged to repeat the prjyer oral-
ly. He said "the establishment
j clause, unlike the free exercise
i clause, does not depend upon any
i showing of direct governmental
compulsion and i* violated by the
enactment of laws which establish
an official religion whether those
laws operate directly to coerce
non-observing individuals or not."'
Furthermore, "a direct, coercive
pressure" exists when the "power,
prestige and financial support of
Government is placed behind a
particular religious belief." said
Justice Black. "The establishment
clause thus stands as an expres-
sion of principle on the part of the
founders of our Constitution that
religion is too personal, too sacred,
too holy, to permit its "unhallowed
perversion' by a civil magistrate "
"Who does not see thai the same
authority which can establish
Christianity, in exclusion of all
other religions, may establish with
the same ease any particular sect
of Christians, in exclusion of all
other sects?" he asked.
j Miami Man Proud
Of Achievements
A North Miami Beach man is
| proud of the accomplishments of
i In, son and son ni-law. Joseph
I Gropen, Of 161OT NE 9th ave has
I jest received word that his son. Dr.
Arthur Louis Gropen. will soon be
' off for a two-year stay in Buca-
! ramanga, Columbia. S.A., where he
will teach mathematics in Spanish
Dr. Gropen received the appoint-
ment from the UN Enducational
Scientific, and Cultural organiza-
tion. He holds an AB degree from
he University of Chicago, which
as granted him in 1952. and he
did his advanced work in mathe-
matics at the Institut Poincare of
the University of Paris in 195".
Dr. Gropen held a University
of Chicago scholarship from 1951
to 1954, and was a graduate assist-
ant there from 1955 to 1956. A
year later, he received a fellow-
ship from the National Science
Foundation, and was a Fulbright
fellow after that.
Pr id Mr Gropen here al-.i is
friends al i son in-law,
I C Cafone, ol Bayshore,
NY., who will be leaving with his
wife, Pearl, and son, David, to
spend a year in Helsinki, Finland.
Under the Smith-Mundt Act. he
v selected to p irticipate in the
educational program ol the Depart
in :. of State there Cafone went
to Washington at Ihe end of June
for a brii tin ses sion, an '. w as
ed i scholarship for summer
seminar study at the University of
Michigan to prepare for the Hcl
assignment.
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taught at Teacher- and H
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mial leader ol Temple Beth S
d| Hollywoo I,
Safety Committee
Award Dinner
Miami Beach Mayor's
committee award dinner v
1 uesday in the Deauville h I
Bill W< -- was commit!-
< hairi ......
Miai i( h Mayor K
<;k.. I aw ..ii- to the Bi
last Optimisl Club of Mian .
ii r it- outstanding contrib iti
safetj in the city. The clul
ored a safety poster coi I si
the children of Dade county,
w inner- received United St
Savings Bon -
.] iseph Gatti is chairman
It-member committee Weiss
Segal are vice chairmei
House Moves to Avoid Decision
By Special Report
xskingtonMembers of the
V. .se of Representatives acted
s .:';> Tuesday in the wake of the
? -reme Court decision on Mon-
i jet around the ruling ban-
r. i >ficial prayers in public
-, iol across the land
Tirst to act was Rep. Roy A
'i lor ( D-N.C.). who offered a con-
-" iti >nal amendment for consid-
.ii if the House shortly after
Str.. J. Glenn Beall (R.-Md.) de-
< ed he would introduce a sim-
till in the Senate.
Almost at the same time, Rep.
F.nk Chelf (D-Ky.) said he had
<. vaased members of the House
J iciary' Committee on the pos-
fi ities of such a bill.
Chelf, sharply condemning the
'' irity high court ruling, said
that if he could not succeed in
passing legislation that would
give the go-ahead to school de-
< votionals, he would start on a
| campa-.in to limit to a specific
term of years all appointments
to the U.S. Supreme Court.
The bill as worded by Rep. Tay-
I lor says: "Not withstanding the
First or Fourteenth Article of
j Amendment to the Constitution of
the United States, prayers may be
offered and the Bible may be read
; in connection with the program of
any public school in the United
States."
According to the First Amend-
ment, cited by the Supreme Court
in its opinion Monday. Congress
"shall make no law respecting an
establishment of religion, or pro-
hibiting the free exercise thereol "
Elks Publication
Wins First Prize
The Miami Beach Elks News, of
ficial publication of the Miami'
Beach Elks Lodge, edited by Peter
F. Heller, has won a first prize, it
was announced here.
Joseph W. Malek, exalted ruler,
of the lodge, said that the Elks
News won top honors in topo-
graphy, make-up and general news
I content
The award was made at the an
i nual state Elks convention held at
Jacksonville recently. Over 50,
1 lodge publications were entered.
The same newspaper won second
prize in the Elks national contest ,
in which 3.500 publications com-'
pcted.
Heller, who heads his own public-
relations agency, is a former New
York and Tampa newspaperman
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Secretary Goldberg to Address ZOA
Convention This Weekend in Washington
RABBI IEHRMAN SPCAKS AT BREAKFAST PACt 2-4
By Special Report
WAS] NT, TON Some 1.200
from all parts of the
mir; attending the 65th annual
in mention of toe Zionist Orgnniza-
tion of -'. rneflca al the Willarfl hotel
here heard a comprehensive sur-
vej ol the American and World
'/.win-: tuation, the current status
f Aim tan Jewry, the situation of
rewrj mad. and the latest devel-
opmei : on the Washington and in-
20 years of service to the zoa.
Rabbi I Usher Kirshblum, of
Keu Gardens, N.Y., a national ZOA
administrative vice president, will
preside over the second plenary
session.
Friday night's Oneg Shabbat
will be devoted to a symposium
on World Zionist problems and
acals of the Zionist movement.
Principal dit:ussants will be Dr.
Max Nussbaum, of Hollywood
ternati al political scenes in rela- chairman of the National ZOA
lion U Israel and the Middle East
in m;.. addresses by Max Bress-
ter. pn- .'cut of the ZOA, and Rab-
bi ir\ Miller, chairman of the
Amehci i Zionist Council and for-
mer ; sident >i ZOA, who is con-
ducting the four-da) gathering.
L'.S Secretary of Labor Arthur
i (' i rg w i- announci d as
gi'esl aker al the opening sess-
ion oi Tjursdaj.
Prt:fding the formal opening,
c'elege-es assembled at a lunch-
eon w *h close to 40 members of
both -ouses of the U.S. Con-
gress, which was marked by an
excha-ge of discussions on the
Current trend of American poiicy
towarc Israel.
Kridi will he given to reports,
i bj discussi ins, by national
rn -i of the various commit-
es di rig with the major aspects
. tin \ ji i.:r i.ii 'i hese ill in-
i rl by Harold \\ < '..r
Executive COVftcil; Leon Dultzin,
of Israel; and Jacques Torciyner,
chairman of Ihe World Zionist Af-
fairs Committee.
An address of greetings to the
delegates will be delivered at the
Friday night Oneg Shabbat session
by Ambassador of Israel to the'
United States Avraham Marman.
'Ihe Saturday night plenary sess-
i n will feature addre >ses by Or.
Kmanuel Neumann, member of the
JV wish Agencj Executive and pres-
ident of the World Confederation
ol General Zionists, an i U.S. Sen.
Jacob K Javits, who will review
I S policy toward Israel and the
Middle East
In his address, Dr. Neumann is
expected to deal not only wnh the
Washington scene in relation to
I rael, but also t<> cover the entire
range of problems confronting the
Zionist movement today.
This plenary session will follow
airman if the administra- ih< ZOA president's "M'laveh Mai-
, mittee; Judge Albert 1) kth" to honor 60 grantors of schol-
.-. national chairman for the arships to Kfar Silver Vocational
il National Fund; Dr Morton High School near Ashkelon, Israel,
Robl as, chairman of the Amer maintained bj ZOA. The number
2 Mist Youth Commission; o] those honored will symbolize a
es Schonfeld, chairman for UN I tribute to Bressler, outgoing ZOA
: Jr. Sidney Mark-, national president, on the occasion of his
David Moskowitz. of GOih birthdaj
Bronx, NY. chairman of the
0 Zionist Fund; GershOn J. The Sunday morning session
Ol We-ichesler. national wi" be <*vcted to Israel Bonds
maa of membership; Leon' a,wI ZOA participation in the
.' Hm eh, assistant ZOA executive
of ZOA projects in Israel;
a -t-port on tourism to Israel
b> Bei ..mm J. Doft. of Lawrence.
N.Y
The Saturday afternoon Oneg
Shabbat will be sponsored by Bnai
Uiyah. a fellowship of ZOA mem-1
bcri pi rsonally planning to emi-
grate to Israel, or whose close rela-
tfforts for Israel Bonds and the '
United Jewish Appeal. These
sessions are scheduled to be ad-
dressed by Dr. Joseph J.
Schwartz, vice president of the
Development Corporation for Is-
rael, and Rabbi Herbert A. Fried-
man, executive vice chairman of
the United Jewish Appeal.
Chairmen of the various sessions
res now live in Israel or arc con- will include Abraham A. Redel-
templating moving to Israel. This heifh and Mortimer May, former
5( -siet ill be addressed by Leon presidents of the ZOA.
Dultzin head of the Economic De-
part mt-:: of the Jewish Agency in
Israel; report 00 Aliyah by Jacob
M. Or nes, chjirman of the nation-
al Ali\. a committee; and Yehuda
Oolden'-erg, director of the New
York I nomic Department of the
lewis] Agency. Samuel Wigder.l
eliairrr of the Bnai Aliyah com
mittee ill preside.
The convention is set to wind up
on Sunday afternoon with the dis
rUSSion and adoption of resolutions
and the election of the president
toi the ensuing year and the mem-
ber- of the new administration.
Isadore Turover and Joseph An-'
delman are co-chairmen of the con-
vention committee
The enarj sessions on Friday' Leading the delegation from
norataf will be preceded bv a Mlami wiH be Louis H K'"1""*.
breakfa.l devoted to the Jewish Mtiooal vice president. Herman
Nationa Fund under the chairman- weintraub, Sidney Raymond, and
ship el Mendel V Fisher. consult-' Jack ''0uk- members of the Na-
Mm. .ary of the Jewish Nation- ,:onal Executive Council,
al Fu: f America. Principal ad Included among delegates are
ress* ill be delivered by Albert Israel Schenkman. Julius J R -en-
schifl president Of the JNF, and stem. Burnett Roth. Isaac Donen,
l>r. If. :,g Lehrman. of Temple Harry Caplan. Dr Herman Au-u-
Rmanu 1. Miami Reach. bel, Mr. and Mrs Bernard Katz,
Mrs. Herman Weintraub. Mr. and
Dm.-. the session, presentations Mrs Morris Simon, Ephraim Col-
wll In : :ade to a number of vet- lins, Joseph Meehlow. Jacob llar-
ran i mists in recognition of their rison, Irving Oxenhorn, Ren Ciller,
utstaj ig services to the Zionist Josh Rephun, Jacob C. Fishman,
movement. These will include Mr. and Mrs Abraham Kasow,
enU ions to Isaac M Taylor, Harold Shapiro. Mr. an! Mrs Mm
ore. Md and to Dr. Sid- timer May, and Gil Rappaport. di- \
ney Marks on the occasion of his rector of the Southeast region.
Boston Club Elects Officers
Lei :! Rivkind, Miami Beach
attorn* -and immediate past pres-
'Jeni of :he Biscayne South Shore
Optimibl Club, has been imam-
mouslj elected president of the
1 "K ,,!..,mzed Massachusetts Club
'' Gn r Miami.
Somi 25 former residents of the
?> State, now living permanent
j I e COUnty, were present at
1' tion m.....rig held at the
Marseil es hotel.
Vic< the group in
elude Alexander s Gordon, chair-
man of the Metro Commission;
Judge Jason Rerkman. Justice ol
the l'eace in District 5; Henry
VVaitzkin, president of the Miami
Beach Bar Assn.; lly Badman, Leo
Berman, and Adrian Goldenberg.
Joseph Goodman, presi lent of
Lhe Greater Miami Senior Citizens
Assn., was elected treasurer, and
Dorothy New holt Cohen, secretary
S imuel Rivkind, ttei Hotel
Assn. executive, was named hon
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Friday. June 29, 1962
Nine Years of Scholarship Brought to Fruition
Nine years ol h rship
i ting to fruition tot a South
i spiritual leader E irly in
.line. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard,
i l Temple l><,;h Am, earned Ms
ir of Hel rev Letti rs de ree
m Hebrew L'nion College
J \ ish Institute ol Religion in
famed rabbinic school's; Neil
'i rk headquarters
,r..l now, the college is plan-
rig to publish Rabl i Baum
sis as i si lificant contribution
Biblical sti dy,
'.' !..' Beth Ai i lei der's work was
ler world-fame Dr. Harry Or-
-k'. and e litor-in-chief
the ne .\ Jew ish Publics Ion
r ti insl ition of
, I the onlj Ji i h a holar on
I hoar,I of thi Pn lestant revis-
standard translation,
Dr. Baumcard smiled with a
-a arm kind of amused tolerance.
"My work is no ear'h-shatter-
i-.g to the extent that it will
r-elp solve oi.r community prob-
lems," he declared. "But it is
exciting to me, and I am satis-
fied that Dr. Orlinsky feels I
t-ave done some worthwhile
scholarship."
The "worthwhile scholarship"
1 which the spiritual leader mo.i-
.-'ly ret erred is his study into
'-. meaning ol the Hebrew word
v." which is generally trans-
lated as "good." This took him
- i the pre-Biblical world of the
DR. NBriMT BAUMGARD
. worthy scholarship
Assyrians and Bablylonians. More
specifically, it centered on Akkad
and the Akkadians, a proto-Seml-
tic culture near Sumeria about
2000 B.C.E.
""This nisi great civilization of
the area." Rabbi Baumgard ex-
plained, "used the word "tabu' in
a particularly singular way. Ac-
tually, it is an Akkadian cognate
of the Hebrew tov' more than
its specific antecedent. And it
was the genius of the ancient He-
brews to partake of the mythical
and mystical meaning ol 'tabu'
within the context o| their sub-
sequent mom thi istic teachings "
Accor mg to Rabbi Baumgar I.
the Akkadian word suggests an
affirmative d< < isii n ol Ihe gods
in i hi I adian C un< il ol Greal
Gods It is. in fact, the kind ol
lore thai ri peats il cultures: the sun of thumbs up,
for example, where a petitioner's
plea for his life is gi i nte I, or
mbs down, v.lure il is denied.
"The word, 'tabu,' has noth-
iltg whi'ever to do with ethics
or morality," the Rabbi explain-
ed. "It's inferred meaning is
hat it carries with it the bless-
ing of God."
What has this to do with our
contemporary understanding ol
the Bible and the Hebrew word
"tov"? Last Friday night, in a
sermon at Beth Am. Rabbi Baum-
gard reexamined Psalm 23 ol
King David within the "tabu-
to v" context.
"As I see it,"' Rabbi Baumgard
explained. "David wrote the
psalm at a time when Saul was
out to kill him. and David had
already been annointed as his suc-
cessor, The key here is 'tov.'
When David writes. Surely good-
ness and mercy will follow me
all the days of my life.' he does
not mean 'tov' or 'good' in the
accepted Hebrew sense of the
UF Names '62 PR Chairman
PHILIP DeBlRARD
Ph.lip E. De Berard. public rela-
tions manager for Southern Bell in
Miami, has been named United
Fund public relations chairman lor
the 1062 fall campaign, it was an-
nounced by Jay I Kislak, campaign
chairman.
l>e Berard is a president of the
Florida chapter of the Public Rela-
tion.- Society of America, and also
serves as vice president of the
Florida Public Relations Asmi. He
is a former president of the Great-
er .Miami chapter ol Sisn I rto
Chi, professional journalism fra
ternit)
A native of Illinois, De Berard
i a graduate of S,'*^- ''-!v"r-
sity and the University of Flor.
ida. He was associated with the
DeLand Sun News before joining
Southern Bell in Atlanta in 1951.
The new chairman served as CO-
chairman of the Committee of One
Million, which administered the
celebration honoring Dade's mill-
ionth resident. He also serves as
a member of the public relation-
commute ol the Tourist and Con-
vention Council ot the Miami-Dade
Chamber of Commerce
United Fund's public relations
committee supervises all special
events, promotion activities and
campaign materials for the Fall
campaign.
nervine, with De Berard as mem
bers ol 'be advisory co.nmittee are
Hank Meyer. 1961 public relations
Chairman, and president of Hank
Meyer Associates, and Charles Kel-
ly, station manager of WCKT,
oh, 7.
Third Anniversary Dance
Temple Ner Tamid Young Adults
held its third anniversary dance
on Sunday evening at the Temple.
The meaning here i- de-
rived from Shamnu Tabu,' which
is thi' Akkadian equivalent of the
Sh -men Ti v'literally.
Oil,' and pr.iei.-ali>. 'oil of
l -.elation or ar.iu-intment '
Thus. King David implies here
that Kin Saul has no righl to be
[erent, since David has al-
b< en annointed with the oil
thai is invested with the p >wer
equivalent of 'tabu'with the ap
proval ol God The same c in-
ci pt," Rabbi Baumgard added,
np :t in 'Thou has ann tint-
> ead with i But less
ng ol 'Thou
table for me in the
emii The
i : speaks ol a variety ot
ling tables of the
I and tables ol king
These too, are 'tabu'- re
::i thai David declares he
shall "dwell in the house of the
Lord forever' because God has
set His royal seal on him."
Thus, while the Hebrew word
"tov" carries with it connota-
tions cf morality, ;ts appearance
in Biblical writings is greatly
enhanced if understood within
the context of the "tabu" cog-
nate.
Rabbi Baumgard, who was or-
dained at Hebrew Union College
in 1930. came to the Temple Beth
Am pulpil in 1956 from Bnai Is-
rael in Elmont, L.I. He has been
working steadily on his thesis
| 153, using the libraries al
Hel rew Union College, Columbia
University, and the Union The"
|i .il Seminar} in New York
Citj
Actually, all of his credit work
for the legn e was done at Colunv.
and for a time he considered!
tal ing the Doctorate there But
the limited S amities department
at Columbia brought the Rabbi
back to his Alma Mater.
So impressed is Dr. Orlinsky
with 'he the-is thai Hebrew Union |
College will publish il just as
soon as Rabbi Baumgard can
prepare il for the presses. Neith-
er has his detective work with
"tabu" ended here. For the Rab-
n i- already examining the Adam
and Eve story in Genesis within
the framework of "tabu." What
ol the Tree of Knowled e >! G lOd
and Evil?
"Here," Rabbi Baumgarc1
said, "is where the road parts
somewhat, for here is where the
question of ethics and morality
enters ir.to the picture." And
here is where some fascinating
wrrk has Rabbi Baumgard
questioning the translation o(
the text, with specific refer-
ence to the Hebrew word
"arum."
"Is it 'arum' or 'ayrum'?'
bi Baumgard asks, "in the
erall) ac<> pted translation, it :.
'ayrum,' or naked Bui co
not also be 'arum.' nie.inr
Hel lew 'cunning'? P r the
els are no; supplied" He
smile i warmlj once more wit i
in e Perhaps this does t
-. I\ i e mmunitj problem*
i oi at.
But il is : fter all thi
ht thr >ugh the ag
Socialized M?;'kine is Theme
Great* r Miami Alumni i I
\|ph Epsi Ion Pi fr iternil y, was
in hear a talk on "Socialized Mi
irir.e" this 'I hursday it the E
bers restaurant. Dr Harry W i k,
a graduate of the University il
Berlin ard a medical specialist who
has practiced in many countries,
wa.- to be guest speaker.
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erd Ailen Reskin. of Normandy

Y una Reskin's principal goal is
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-'.- i In shared the podium
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Friday, June 29, 1962
* tmlsii nrrMirtr
Pane 11-A
July 23 Next Legal Hurdle for Branch
Donald Branch, convicted here
> Thursday of handUn expl is-
es, and (: tenced to >\ j ars,
. nov waiting for Julj 23
Tins will be another important
( ite in Branch's life. On thai day,
: i 26-year-old former cil> wati r
employee faces trial on another
, >argethai of bombi Bay
l'oint home of Don Shoemaker,
i litor of the Miami Hera! I, back
l-'c bruarj.
The Dade Cour.ty State A'torn-
ty's Office succes-'ully prosecut-
ed Branch in *he court of Judge
Gene Williams on the charge that
he had plotted with an undercov-
er Miami pol-ceman the bombing
last Apr. 28 of Anshe Ernes Con-
gregation, a small synagogue at
2533 SW 19th ave.
The jury, which previously heard
1; pe recordings of conversations
Branch had with Stefan Pkimach
i:. the undercover agent, deliber-
;i oil less than three hour- before
bringing in the verdict. Observ-
ers here said the tape recording,
iilled with vicious and lewd ami
S< mitic references, proved the
I oseeution's i o n t e n t i n that
Branch was guilt) of possessing
. : transporting explosives.
Judge Williams sentenced Branch
ti serve three years on each count,
with the sentences running con-
st cutively.
DOV/UD BRANCH
. trips over "gome"
Earlier, Walter Gwinn, defense
attorney, hail sought a chan
venue for his client on the grounds
that Braoch would he unable to
receive a fair trial in Dade coun-
ts
D*de County State Attorney
Richard Gerstein called the ver-
dict a "trii.mph." Gerstein,
along with a number of othr
prominen' Jews in the South
Florida area, were alleged tar-
gets of an assassination plot by
Branch, Michael Babey, and
Gecrge Victer.
July 4 Rally Set on Beach
Miami Beach Lodye of B'nail
Frith will hold its annual Fourth 1
ci July community-wide rally at
the Flamingo Park Bandshell. ac-
cording to chairman Joseph L.
Goodman.
Principal speakers will he former
Stn. Clan e pepper. Democratic
nominee for Congress, and Metro
Commission chairman, Alex Gor-
don. Miami Beach Councilman
1\ elvin Richard and Miami Vice
Mayor Henry Balaban will extend
greetings,
Theodore Trushin. president of
the lodge, will introduce other city
and county dignitaries following
the invocation by I)r Irving Lehr-
man The Jewish War Veterans
will provide an honor guard. A
2u-piece band provided by the Mus-
icians' Inion will play.
Rev. R. Wiley
tiie benediction
Scott will offer
Babey and Victer were released
i '.!!_ the original sensational
KDOSI latl in May oi tile trio's
activities in the Minute Man group
) which they belonged here The
oi ; u :- subsequently linked with
I.1 American Nazi Party, when
\fetr police found Nazi literature
a' Branch's home sent from Arling-
;< n, Va headquarters of George
1.1 u c o l n Rockwell's anti-Semitic ;
I'ltrty, as w ( il as "files" on Jews
But Judge Williams cautioned'
the prosecution to distinguish be-,
tween the trio's "political" affilia-
tions and the specific dynamite
charges. It was this that has. at
hast temporarily, got Babey and
"victer off the hook Nevertheless,
the "political" aspect of the case
is what tripped up Branch. Under-
cover policeman. Plumacher. m-
filtrated the Minute Man group to
befriend the trio.
Branch subsequently plotted with
Plumacher, a German-born Ameri-
can citizen, the bombing of Anshe
Ernes Congregation, which the
police foiled.
In his defense, Gwinn contend-
ed that Branch knew all along
Plumacher was really a police-
man, and 'hat he was "kidding
Plumacher along" for a "game."
Gwinn also contended in Branch's
behalf that the State Attorney had
no case because h's client never
touched or possessed the dyna-
mite and that an officer had
coerced" Branch into partici-
pating in the bombing in order
to catch him in an illegal act.
Following the sentencing of
Branch, in a direct slap at Plu-
macher. Gwinn declared that "no
good American" would ever be in- i
volved in such "tale-telling" un-1
derhanded police tactic-.
The July 23 case is a far more
serious one. If Branch is found
guilty, lie may face a prison term '
i: I'd years to life for the bombing
i>l the Shoemaker home
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Friday. June 23. \%%
Popick Elected National Vice President
Of American Friends of Hebrew Univ.
Jack S Popick. Miami Beach
k siness and religious leader, was
riected national vice president of
the American Friends of the He-
brew University at the organiza-
1 oil's animal meeting held in New
York City.
Popick is president of the South
Florida Division of the American
Friends, and has been serving on
i e board of directors and execu-
tive committee of the national or-
ganization which fosters the growth
I id development of the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem.
The American Friends are cur-
rently engaged in a si2.ikmi.ooo de-
lopment program throughout the
i niti ii States The Hebrew Uni-
versity has an enrollment of 8.000
me from more Hum
: ntries
Five o'her Greater Miamians
were elected to the national board
i* the American Friends. They
'e Samuel Friediand, Jack D.
C-:-don, Mrs. Jennie Grossinger,
Samuel T. Sapiro and Herbert S.
Shapiro.
S nn Floridians were se-
JACK POPICK
lecled to serve on an rj
bi ard Thej .ir Charles (
sky. Dr. Philip Gottlieb. I)r Irv-
Bureau Offers
Teacher Registry
The Bureau of Jewish Education
l published a registry of teach-
ers to assist all Jewish schools
n th their personnel problems, ac-
i rding to announcement by Jos-
t h Cohen. Bureau president,
The registry lists the licensed
and qualified teachers in Hebrew.
Sunday school, and preschool de-
partments. The registry is under
tre direction of the teacher place-
iBent committee of the Bureau.
w th Oscar Mamber as chairman.
Other committee members con-
"t of Rabbi Shimon Azulay. Dr.
i-;ac Interman. Mrs. Joshua
.s:.dlan. and Louis Schwartzman.
(iirector of the Bureau.
All schools arc urged to con-
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mer United Jewish Appeal chair-
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Ralph Wechsler. of Essex Falls.
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board, succeeding Daniel G. Ross,
ol New York City. Ross, who serv-
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ther ith Dr. George S Wise,
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Michael M Nisselson, executive
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board on the manj significant ad-
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i 1 areas of both teaching and
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the American scene to meet the
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GEMS OF WISDOM
Out soul demands great things.
i ur body hjs no ground on
BERDICMEVSKY.
: tand.
vhich
' -s the Jewish exile.
----YIDDISH EXPRESSION.
wandering foot :
Jirjv and .'><
the
Tnbcs of the
IIM uecry breast.
Hiu' *hall ^ f|ff
if rr
Thf mid doir hath her nest,
fox h..: cave.
Mankind their country Israel. I
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*
Exih is j form 0/ imprisonment. I
The refugee is 'I- a r/ail, un.
ui il or water u. ibn bzra. I
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famf 5
* rCeligious JL^ife
Misreading of Scripture
Bar to Creative Ingenuity
Here m exile God himself is 111
exiu 1 1 VI VITZHOK. :

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:lir e\ i the I than : the exile out
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material wealth not
might or technical
hut b\ 11. moral
human value*.
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Iso in thf next. SANHEDBJN. I

:: I'l
By RABBI SAMUEL Z. JAFFE
Hollywood Temple Beth El
The incident of the spies as re-
ited in Chapters XIII and XIV in
he Book of Numbers is one of the
nost dramatic events described in
icripture. Although the Bible does
lot report the actual conversation
md strategy used by the twelve
pies as they set out on their mis-
won to the Promised Land, the
tory continues to hold sway over
>ur imagination. Perhaps because
>f what has been omitted, both in
lialogue and action, is why the
vents become so much more sus-
enseful The Biblical author per-
mits our imagination to run the
jamul of conjecture, and thus
-reates ;i far greater dramatic im-
pact than a minutely detailed
cloak and dagger" build up mighl
com ey
This, ill effect is the greatness
" Scripture, as Maurice Samuels
indicates The Biblical language
is compact and concise, encom-
passing a world of emotion and dramatic confrontation, in a few well
1 no-m phrases.
Ours is a different time. We live in an age of fluidity of the
-poke,, and written word. Our culture is characterized by semantics.
(lie sanctity of the tongue has lost its time hallowed value. To verb-
alize has become a virtue in itself. It is almost as if we fear to stop
tatting, lest our ears hear what we are saying and our minds catch
up to our mouths. We seem to find consolation for our passivity
where action is indicated, with words.
The human language, intended as the instrument of communica-
tion, has become instead the tool for creating misunderstanding and
a vehicle for subterfuge. In this context, our mass media, especially
J the motion picture industry, have often failed to understand the signifi-
cance of Scriptures brevity. It seems to me that Hollywood has per-
tor men ^
s
e r v 1 c e a
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*GUOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave
Orthodox. RaDDi Isaac Ever,
rldnj 7 |i.m Matrrda) :'." i m Ser-
ii.hi: "Brlnclni Evil Reports."
*NSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave
Conservative. R. Yusko. president.

3ETH DAVID 2625 SW 3rd ave Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W. Lioson.
: i'1 ') 1 p ui. Saturday : m Bar
'.Iltsvah rjnrj Steven, son ol Mr and
Mrs btanley i iostel
-.
FROM THE TALMUD
1
3ETH EL. 500 Sw mn ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff,
1 *:4."i p in Sal unlaj -
Sermon: "Spj Ing or ibsei v Ins
a.m.
12250 NW 2nd ave.
RABBI SAMUtL JAfft
. Biblical exploitation
3ETH EMETH.
Conservative.
3CTH ISRAEL. 4000 Pr.nri. ave. Or-
thodox. R.ibbi H. Louis Rottman.
-
3ETH JACOB 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
3ETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Julius Snpero, president.

BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky.
BETH TORAH. lMin si. ...id NE 11th
ave. Conservative. R.ibbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen.
baum.
vVayyilcra K.ihhah. ?4. 9.
\\ ue"i J bezgsr standt at VOW
loor the Holj One BlcsifJ be He
:.:':A' jr hlS riuhf hand.

V Peah, 21b.
K Eleazar ben Pedat said \\-
nust pve credit to the imposterj
.: riic' poor; were if not |
if a mjii it-ere allied for al-n^
lid not une tlit'iii af o".<
ihn nl

44 CHEATING AND
MISLEADING.
Metsia. 51.
. \ ..:
t thai
i'i i.i
i:.ir
Mr*.
'. S::io p m Sat Urdu v i. ., m
ih Ni il. Bon .i .'.
Sej mour Urookmej .
m Mr. hihI Mrs John Hoffman
Metsis :-
;ue i>
il ni mutters

of ID
om -rj,irio
formed a gross disservice in projecting on the wide screen expanded
i Biblical themes, completely devoid of authenticity, and infused with
i banal and irrelevant dialogue.
' ,k T^S. m,sread'n of Scripture has denied the coming generation
n, m ...,,. ^ '"' privilege of drawing on its own creative ingenuity and imagination
J V H W n 4 V O ? 7C"*t* for itself the character and personality of the classic spir-
| 'tual gants. In many instances, it has disenchanted us. Now and
.forever more, will Moses be pictured as Charlton Heston. and the
Biblical heroines as the Hollywood starlets who portray them
Fortunately, the story of the spies has thus far not been so ex-
ploited and continues to spark ou rimagination and bestir our emo-
tions. Because Scripture is so concise in its description of this inci-
dent, our own conjecture affords us a more intimate understanding of
the fears and apprehensions of the spies, who were imbued with an
inferiority complex because of their recent slavery. At the same
time, we who are staunch in spirit and acquainted with the sacrifices
which freedom necessitates, would identify with the two intrepid
messengers and their optimistic report, "to go up at once and take it
for we are well able to overcome."
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CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strassfeld.
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER
Conservative. 8755 SW 16th st.. Mi-
ami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor
Gershon Levin.
Friday 7 p m Saturday h a-m. Ser-
in, in: "Do Spies Deserve Despise?'
Itur Mltsvah: Mark, son uf Mr. and
Mrs Leon Darlow.

DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold Riehtsr.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
Prlday \.\\ a.m. Sermon: "is Palth
an illusion?" Saturday 8:S0 a m Bar
Mltsvah: Nathan, son of Mr. and Mrs
Richard lioinherg;.

PLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Hyman Coverman.
president. Cantor George Goldberg.
Friday S:3u p.m. Saturda) 9 m Bai
Mltsvah: Robert, sun ..f Mr. and Mrs
I'aul Strauss.

I FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801
E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton.
I 4. ACCEPTABLE SURETIES
i Shinm Rabbah, on verse
Rjhhi Mm Mid When :lif I.
. ruclite.ii cjme to receive the Torah
I God j:ii r. idem "Bring to Me
turetiei that you will observe
' it." They answered "Our fathert
I will ber our sureties." Cod replied
'/ date found fault uith them
f also."
Then the fsrjelites Mid: "Our
children u'tll be our sureties.' Tdey
I proved acceptable, and Cod gave to
Israel tde Torah.
fjvDVii? may rrna rx^na)
ii i* %
TRANSLATION -
today, over a period of u years,
I undreds of books have been writ-
'ii in all parts of the world on the
Read Sea scrolls.
The Dead Sea scrolls are the
most ancient Hebrew manuscripts
'xtant of the Bible. They were
written over 2.0(H) years ago.
The scrolls "ttfl" us of the Bible. I
sneient Hebrew lanRuage. the:
l:uI"'>' of the Jewish people, and
'"' life of the sect which wrote
tiieni
By Brit Ivrit Olamit
l/UU, 'Pr^rL

One eve more idj.:
'" U little \el il sees tdt
'
*re larger than me

than the
RABBI By SAMUEL J. FOX
Why is it a tradition to read the
"Ethics of the Fathers" on Sat-
urday afternoons during the
summer?
Moralists like to say that this
practice .i- instituted because ol
the fact that the summer months
bring added temptations to humans
;:iid the required reading of the
Ethics of the Fathers would re-
mind one of his ethical and moral
responsibilities Some claim that
it is a prolonged matter ol prepara-
tion for the 1Iil:Ii Holidays to come,
helping man avmd exces-ivc de-
sires Many historical writers
claim that it was once actually a
custom to read the "Ethics of the
Fathers" all year round and that
this practice remained only during
the summer months hecause during
the winter months the Saturday :if
ternoon was very short and there
was insufficient time
The original reason for its inclus-
ion was simply the fact that the
subject matter was in;ht and did not
require intense concentration like
other pasts of the Talmudic litera-
ture This therefore made for
pleasant reading It is also claim-
i d that the reading of Ethics of
:hc fathers was used as .i substi-
tute tor deep Talmudic learning in
the late Sabbath afternoon, since
Passa SSI sassasaassssna sasssasssBsl saasssaB
Tins pase is prepared in co-
operation with the Spiritual Le.id-
r^ of :'.e Greater Miami Rubbin-
I Cfll Assn.
I
RABBI MAX A. 1IPSCHITZ
Coordinator
Contributor:
ABBI*SOLOMON SCHIFP
Cemj of Wisdom
HEBREW ACADEMY. 91S 6th at. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross.

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

HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen
Hrni.i> vi". |. ni Saturda] 8 i". a m
wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conssrvativ*.
Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz.

TEMPLE BETH ShO',OM. 4144 Cha
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kroniati.
Cantor David Conviaer.

TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabb. Henry
B. Werniek.
Friday 8:30 p.m. Ones Shabbat t.. hon-
or the marriage last Sunday of Har-
riet Xovack un.i Robert Stein. Y.>uti
services Saturday 9 :t" am

TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing,
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler
-
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th st.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.

TEMPLE JUOfc^. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet.
Frirtaj S IS p.m Sermon: "The Beat
waj to Pi.....ft V..iir Kamiu and .-'
. i.:> from Objectionable Literature."
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David
Cantor Abraham Self.
MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
Lehrfield. TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram.
owita. Cantor Edward Klein.
1101 SW 12th ave. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor
Fred Bernstein.
i-rldaj. I. |. m Satuidaj IS .i m
\ rTebelllouM People "
i I- :"l.l.n .
Sermon:
the latter was prohibited because
a partial state of mourning enters
at that time because Moses and
David were said to have passed
av ay at that time

Why is if that the Cantor does not
repeat the Amidah aloud dur-
ing the evening service as is
the case in the afternoon ser-
vice and in the morning serv-
ice?
The morning and afternoon serv-
ices are the basic services since
there was a daily sacrifice both
morning and afternoon In the tem
pie. The evening service was not
placed in the same category since
there weir no sacrifices offered in
th< burning ol the parts of the al
ternoon sacrifice In the evening
The individual, however, does re
cite the entire Amidah
MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern
Traditional.

OHEV SHALOM. H11 Normandy dr.
Orthodox Rabbi Phineas Weberman.

SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins ave. C",-|' S. Nachmias.

SOUTHWEST Cu...tR. 6438 SW 8th
st. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
Kri.iav a is p.m., last uf winter and
sprina late Sabbath evening s.-ivi.,-
aeries. Saturda) 9 a m Bar Mltsvah
Michael, son Mr. and Mis Ben
Kramer, who will in.si Friday evening
Ones; Snabbat In their son's honor
----
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025
NE 183rd St., Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor Abra-
ham Reisman.
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Canto- Charles
Kodner.
FYldaj 10 p.m. Sermon Tin- ob-
stacles to Prayer." Saturda) ii l".
i in Bar Mltsvah: Samuel, son ol Mi
.in.l Mrs Manila rioldsteln
TEMPLE NER TAWiu. 80th st. and
T.itum Waterway. Modern Traa. .
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Samuel Gomberg.

TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform.

TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan
Zwitman. Cantor Albert Glantz.
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 95t
Flamingo Way. Conservative. RabOl
Leo Heim.
TEMPLE 2AMORA. 44 Zamora av*.
Conservative. Seymour Hinkes. can.
tor.
a
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man.

YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie)
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu.
PTida) 8:18 p.m Sermon "Judaism
Reappraised "' Saturda) I m B ir
Mltsvah v in .id. son i.r Mr
Leonard I'las.
and Mrs.
YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 ,#.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 8. 14 ave. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
l-'i Ida) v IS p in
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Sunilana
Hall, 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
structionist. Bill I Morris Skop
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly


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Friday, June 23 1962
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Microscopic Shtetl World Takes on Bitter Poignance
THE WOODCUTS OF JAKOB STEINHARDT. Edited by
Leon Kolb, with a biographical introduction by Haim
Gamiu. 9"xl2". 446 prints. Philadelphia: The Jewish
Publication Society of America. $10.00.
THIS BEAUTIFUL ART book marks the third tribute
which the Jewish Publication Society has paid to
Jacob Steinhardt. Some four years ago. "The Book of
Ruth" was published with loving attention to both Hebrew
and English texts and illuminated by the black-and-white
reproductions of Steinhardt's genius,. A few years earlier.
"The Book of Jonah" had been issued. Here, for the
first time, are all of the woodcuts, chronologically ar-
ranged and fully reproduced.
The thick language of the woodcut speaks with its
own accent and an inherent charm. Some people find
them meaningless; printed without color, small, the world
of shadowy substance of a woodcut holds no magic for
them at all. Others are devotees, seeing rare beauty in
the interplay of light and darkness. But Steinhardt's
work would enrapture even the unloving. Highly emu
tional. every one is brilliant with feeling, whether it is
jagged in fear or grief, rounded in joy, or frantic with
the violence of a pogrom.
With very few exceptions, all of the woodcuts the
artist, now seventy-five, has done are Jewish in theme
and content. A Jerusalem street idles in a late afternoon
sun; a God-lit old Jew dances ecstatically with his Torah;
Untied Nations Listening. Post: By SAUL CARSON
It's News When Israel Votes Against the West
United Nations |
IAJHEN ISRAEL VOTES 01) an import
* ant resolution at the United Nations!
with the Soviet and Aral) blocsana
nst Prance, the United Stutc> and
I'ntainit is news. Yet such an action!
by Israel last week went almost unnot-
iced, despite the fact that the occurrence |
had genuine significence.
What happened needs some explanation. The 16th sess-
ion of the General Assembly, which ended late last year,
had voted to hold what is called a 'resumed" session this
month, for one purpose and one only. The sole item on
the agenda of the resumed session dealt with Ruanda-
L'rundi, an African area which is trying hard to liberate
itself from the old colonial yoke, and where disputes be-
tween the two sections. Ruanda and Urundi. have compli-
cated a situation already complex. After the session got
going, a number of African members demanded that an-
Off the Record:
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
The Grace of a Writer
THE YEARS are rich on Louis
Lipsky, bul the grace of pen i-
till upon him. In a piece tills col
i-t did on Mi' Lipsky some
le remarked thai I
Hers had losl .i greal
dci ided instead
'.o .i on ..: himself to the Zionist
cause 'l!i- writer has iusl .
n i i ., remarkable bil oi writing by
m Ihe American and world
a tribute to In- li English com-
. Harrj Sacherthai confirm; his beliel thai Hie
lerai tm-rican Zionist possesses a most remark
i i ,.'i\ pen.
Tin- writer reproduces the piece in this column
not, alone I ecause it is a tribute to another great
Zionist, imt because it is a memorable memoir that
-': i reading and preserving
muli an American bj birth,*' wrote Lipsky
in tribute to his Zionist comrade llarr> Sacher, "1
an recall a close kinship to everything English from
the time I could first read. England .-poke to me,
p.s a boy, through the book- ol George Henry, and
later through 'he unforgettable prophecy ol George
Eliot, whosi inspired book 'Daniel Deronda' -truck
a chord in my heart never to be stilled in my lifetime.
London wa- Disraeli; London was Montefiore; London
was the Jewish Chronicle, which contained the first
areat oration ol Max NOrdau which I read with avidity
in Rochester N.Y., where I was born. London was
the meat theatre of the Anglo-Saxon world. London
- the pubs, the fo^s. the quaint street lamps, the
-pint ol it- people, and the dirt) window- ol" 77
Greal Russell Streel which later became the citadel
oi the Jewish National Home. London was every-
thing liberal anil advanced in the modern world.
.'"! fave promise of the fulfillmeni of our tradi-
tional hopes
"It was because 1 sensed in Harry Sacher the
-urit .it thai England that i was drawn to him the
day I met him at the in-' Zionist Congress in
1913 Though hi.- tirsl Zionist Congress was. he told
i ii. 03 i Basle, I have though! his career
in the /nun | Movement an almost exacl parallel of
mj own. th ugh ol course I have the advantage ol
a year or tv ;,- an advantage that al our age means
little
The first layer of the Zionist Movement in
a a laid by the direct supporters of Theo-
dor Herzl They were succeeded in turn bj those
' ho built ip and rallied to the support of |lr
Weizmann Among these, Harrj Sacher was one
r>l the foren OSl He was a friend and co-worker, and
remained I. ithiul through the trying days of early
idealism, Me represented the firs) generation of
English Jewry Totally F.n-lish in education, he
entered the public life both of England and of the
Jewish community. Throughout the Weizmann era,
H. it) s.kIkt was a loyal supporter with a dedication
that was wholehearted rienced and respon-
sible."
Other item be added to the agenda, to deal with the situa-
i on in Southern Rhodesia, another Central African tern
ory where about 300.000 white men are trying hard to
curb the liberation movement involving freedom from
colonialism lor about 3.000.000 Negroes.
There were hot debates in the Assembly's Steering
Committee about the adding of the Rhodesian item to the
Agenda. The Africans carried the vote in the committee
Here, however. Israel was not involved for the simple
reason that it i- not a member of the Steering Committee
and never ha- been (another instance of Israel'.- second-
class citizenship). Then the issue came to the full
Assembly at a plenary meeting.
A fresh debate broke out in the Assembly at this point.
Once again, Mongi Slim, the Tunisian who i- president of
the Assembly, -bowed that he is more of an Arab than a
fair presiding Officer of the international body. His rul-
ings were all in favor of the African bloc
Before the resolution to add the Rhodesian item could
be put to the vote the Assembly had to decide a procedural
questionshould the ballot require only a majority vole
or would it need a two-thirds vote to pass? The speeches
hi behali of a majority vote were passionateto sa) the
least. Leading ihe forces for majority versus two-thirds
\ ere (ihana, Bulgaria, the USSR, Idia and the Africian
republic of Dahome) The forces favoring majority won.
On tin- ballot. Israel voted with the West.
Finally, the main question was put to the vote Now.
all of Israel's closest Western friends voted against the
inclusion of th, Rhodesian item on the agenda The Arab
and .soviet blocs jo ned the Africans and a number ol Latin
\mericans in the affirmative vote Israel took her place
against the West, against Prance the l nited States and
Britainfor the African demand alongside it- sworn v
Soviet enemies.
Just before the long -.--,011 ended 1 it lasted ..
lour hours without a break 1. Michael S Comay, Israel's
permanent representative rose t" explain hi.- vote He
pointed out thai those who demanded debate ol the item
"include all African countries who feel a natural im
men! in the affairs of this African terntor) Southern
Rhodesia) and a special responsibilit) tor ensuring Ihe
- and status "i the African majority He paid due
liomagi to Britain's intentions in the area He -aid Israel
was "deeply convinced that the most hopeful future lor
Southern Rhodesia lies in promoting multi-racial equalit)
and harmony instead ol interracial conflict." Hut the
vote is what counted And tho vote was againsl the Wesl
Tin- is not the first time Israel ha- thus braved ire
or displeasure here on a colonial issue. Its record in that
respeel ha- been particularly clean ami clear -nice the
African nations started joining the IN en masse. When
Israel voted against South Africa's apartheid policy, it
riskedand receivedentieism. and not only from South
Africa's government, which had always been friendly to
Israel, but from large segments ol South Africa Jewish
community as well This time, however, Israel's snub ol
its Rig Three Western friends was outright
Foreign News letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN
a shtetl butcher broods over his knife; a secondhand
dealer hunches amid hi* clutter: a new widow Staggers
after her hearse into darkness "Youth" is an old man's
dream; "Prayer" is a gleam of hope in a tortured lac
An Israeli since the war. Steinhardt's later work.- are
lighter and defter, and somewhat more stylized. His land-
scapes approach a Van Gogh-like texture, with their
cumulus clouds boiling up out of the sea. their trees and
flowers twisted and voluptuous. One of the best is a
winter scene recalled from his childhood in the little
German country town of Zerkow, a desolate, freezing
night the road rutted and ugly with snow, the tiny Inn.-,"
huddled and dark. The woodcut seems particularly suited
to despair.
It seem- especiall) apt for Jewish themes, too Within
the narrow confine.- of the medium, the microcosmic
shtetl world takes on a bitter poi-jnance Joy can spread
onlv as far a- the black birders, the angular soul of the
Jew is ringed b> the dark frame of the engraving Power
rip- outward from its tiny bounds; sorrow telescopes in-
ward to a single point of distilled grief. In Steinhai
hand-, ever) emotion quivers with life
Noted Israeli critic Haim Gamzu has contributed an
'--.i\ Mil the artist's life and work which give.- excellent
insight into Ins philosophy San Francisco physiciai
collector ol graphic art Dr Leon Kolb did the comp
and arranging If you're looking lor an aesthetic eX|
ence, it can he found in tin- lxnik
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Nikita and the Angels
\JkR KHRUSHCHEV recently re
lw* ported that his astroinia;.- in
uter -pace did not come au'o--
rOd or any of Hi- angel-
A good mart) people have th<
dea that God is located way up.
ccupies executive offices, maybe
pith a large force of angel ass si
ints and branch managers on the
"top floor" and if we could fly up there, wo -Mould
1 mil him.
Solomon who built the Temple did not share this
id,.1 in dedicating the Temple he said, and 1 quote
In- speech "Behold, Heaven and tin Heaven of
Heavens cannot contain 'line how much less this
that 1 have budded."
\ 1 mce asked Rabbi Leib Itzchak, To.
wher, ,- God?"
Toll me '.'hen- iii 1- not.'' replied lh< Berditch
1 '. 1 T
To th< il I, the Hivniitv 1- diffuse a kind
of nne microscopic substance through all creal
This .. central to then- whole doctrine Sii
everyoi and evei kos ol the Divinity, 1:
I 01; man to se<......I in e\eryone 111s
raeli -aid be wa- on the side nl the angels but Khi
i .' v does not understand ai elology. Take tho
ol the angels who visited Abraham Accordin
thi -'"i j ii Gem --. the) appeared dn --
men The) were angels only in the sense that they
were good men bent 00 a divine 1111--1011. 0
Abraham knew the) won- angels In Russn
., 1 els ..ie frequentl) sent to Siberia
To be -ur.' in tile later hook- ol the Bible we
do com.- across more othori.d angels, but It 1-
noticcable that the Prophets seldom refer to them
The) were more m the realm of popular fane)
At ,iiv rate, the fact that the Russian 01
other astronauts in their wanderings through outer
-pile do not -ee (Iml ur angels does not disprove
the existence of God
The Spectacular International Fair in Tel Aviv
the NEAR EAST international
Fair that opened last week
m Tel Av iv 1- bv far the mosl
spectacular exhibit we have
been given to see here so far.
The la-t Near Easl Kail" was
hold in Tel Aviv on the same
grounds- twent) -ix years ago
It then coincided with the out
bleak ol till' Arab hostilities
winch continued lor three lull
years Then came World Wat
II. followed by Ihe Yi-huvs
struggle against tho restrictions _
impo.-ed by the Mandatory regime on Jewish immigration
and land purchase Then came partition and the War of
Liberation.
One may wonder why il took fourteen years__lnce the
establishment of the State-until th,. Near Easl Pair u is
brought back to hfe However, judging bv .> effort and
amount oi work that preceded the opening ol the present
late the reas ins
Mori
mature approach guided by 'ho realization that pr<
Khibits c mio- before producing a -bow
The Israel pan ol th,. fair make- for an impressive
display ol strides ma .. b) Israel's economy 1
unveiled ai mdustrj ol a wide and varied ram'. :
net-. In,m the -imple kit< benw are to complex elect!
,""n simple tool- to heavy machinery. Over -i\ hu
1 raeli enterprises are participating in the fair covering
ever) field ol industry. Nowhere before wa- oni
'" '' 1 glance the achievements of the pasl foi
vcars Indeed, th,' Israeli visitor at the Fair ..;' !
no less impressed than 1- the visitor from outside ''
he saw it all for the first time.
riie daring constructions, the dazzling lighting el
the hovering cableway, the amphitheater, the gianl Ferris
"heel ol the l.un;. ParkIt all make- the Fair grounds
a place unmatched in the short histor) of the Stan ""'
one thai can -land ,t.s ground in the exhibition world
Hu' surely the most spectacular aspect of the Fair Is
ihe mimbei ol participating countries from abroad-
thirty-two countries, including the U.S.A., Franc \w- the Netherlands, Sweden, Turkey Brazil, Finland. Yuo-
}*"}* Poland Italy, Belgium, Japan. Norway, phi- ten
- states,


Friday. June 29. 1962
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Fcqe 15-A
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY UIVEN lhal
th. undersigned, deslrini age In
l isim r mdei the riclltlou iinnn
.-I NNYBROi >K APARTMENTS at
I rdi n R<>ad \l ami
'" da Intends r.. registi
i ime w llh the Clerk ..f the Circuit
' .in. i- i
BI'NNYIiROOK, INC
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W1NCUII .-. liRKENFIELD
i i \pplli anl
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nl Bi i Pla
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NOTiCE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY lilVKX I
ml. : u i!. !. .i. slrlns i In
I istm -- under lilt fictitious mini.. ..I
MITCHKI.I. PI'RMSHINH .-i. not
.il IHM !: Mil \ v 11 .. IUhIi h ;
i-l .
with i'!.- Clerk nf the cireull Court ;
of Dadi Cuiinty, Ploi Ida
MICHAEL Ci >HKN
IRTIMRR s COHEN
'. i ii. y for Applli .mi
\m.|. v I:.11
ii 15-22-29, 7 *
NOT.CE OF PUBLICATION 1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ,
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. NO. 62C 6372
ETHEL SPEAR
Plaintiff
- \ .- -
HERMAN l- BPBAR
Defendant
s'liT P 'It DIVi 1R1 'E
TO HERMAN I' SPEAR
v.-n. HERMAN l" SPEAR, arc
ebj notified tluit a Hill of Com-
plaint foi Dlvoi ca h i.- been fluid
ilnst \ "ii. ami you t i. .
.- -. ve ''! y of j ..ii- Vnsw. i ..i
ii. adlng the Bill "t i pi Int nn
Mi. Plali irr" ,,i lornej Neal .1
Dunn, .....i i 'onereaii Build v
i" rl la, mil file the oi (tlnal
Inswei l*|i lino Hi. nffli i
thi Cl< k "i Mi, mi i "ourl ,'11 cr
the I :Mi ila> ..t Julj !"'..' If
> u f.iII do -. i Klirnu ni l I
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n lief .1. iiiainli ,1 in Mi, Kill ,.i .'
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Tin.- notlci Khali hi published .-'
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ii thi: ikwisii n.i iiuni \\
HONK \NI> ORDERED it M
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Ci. IHI, Dv>i"> PixIjci'oim
I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 49395-B
IN RE: Estate of
A1.EN VNDBR LEVIN
I .is...I.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
'APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
' NOTICE ,- her.b.i Riven that I havi "N^the county^judgES COURT
fill 'l ,i l-'inal l:. ind Pel Ion for
l Hfcl: button and I Inal 11 hai ..-
Idministral in C T A of the tati
I ALEXANDER LEVIN, .1.....
and thai on the 2mh da) of Jul>
l62, will appl> to the Honorable
"..iiniy Judges .ff Dadi County, l-'i. i-
Ida, for approval ..f aald Final It.-
I".11 ami for distribution and final
discharge ..- Administratrix, C.T.A.
"f Mi. im.ii. of the abo>i named
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'Altl.A I'INS LEVIN
KOVNER A MANNHEIMER
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Miami Hi Ben, Florida
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LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
.-.OTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nl 'Tl' I-: IS IIEREHV IIIVEN that
Ii ; to engage In
liimliii'^ii thi Ii ; la hi i -
I'A riEN I' CENTER al 1121 > VV 22nd
s i., i. Miami int. ii,I- [ei aid
name with I hi i "Ii k thi Clrcull
Court il l>ii rlda
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NOTiCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Ni'Tli'i: IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the underniirned, dealring to emtage
in l.ii.-ii,. -- iiii.I. i Mi. fletltl
..i RESTAI i: VNT 1*1 KRT' i SAi H'A
.ii 7no i 'Hi-,.- a ,. nue, Miami Hi ai li
Inti n.I t.. n Klatei -.i .1 name
i Ii tin Clerk .-I' the Clivuil t'ourt
-: l i.nI. County, Plorlda,
lili' \ i:i i-ARI '
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N AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. S6C91
in re i-;-i.ii.- ..i
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Id p .-.ii .ili.v .lain,.- .mil den ni.N
which you mas ...v. asalnal the
entali ol .in.ITS M. DRl'CKBR. de-
leaned lati of Dadi County, Florida,
to tin- i'..imtv .luil-..- ..I l'ail.- County.
ami hi. Mi. same in their offices in
Ma Count) Courthouw In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within -in calendar
months from thi !..' .( the first pub-
lication hereof, or the -am. will lie,
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I NOTICE UNDER
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| the ii.l, ,,. ,1 ,|, -iiiim ,,. llt.,K i i VM .. Executris
business under the fi.-tit......- name of in; Koad
ROHERT M DRNKELD, I M |l al I each. I
12: Street, North .Mi-
Florida mi. ti.i. io registei wild -----------------
nanu with tin I 'lei k ..f the I'ln
-'..int nl I..i. Com Florida
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 6247
1 All.INK WASHINGTON,
Plain)
vs.
JAMES It WASHINGTON,
I >.-!. ii,I.ml
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO lames B. Washington
c Joe McNalr
Cah .tv. i;. -tk j..
You. James B Washington, .ire
hereb) notified that a BUI Com-
plain! tin Divorce has been filed
against you, and you an required to
-v. .i cop) of youi Answer ni Plead*
Ing t.. the Bill ..f Cini'lsint ..n the
Plaintiff's attorstey, Lional I. Tultn,
One Lincoln Road Building, Miami
Reach. Florida, nn.i file the original
An-vv.. ..i I'liuidini.' ill 111. office "f
NOT.OE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N"' S II i IIVEN thai .....
Mi. undi ii
liusllli Him the flctll
RIDA .AI.RATORY SIT NOTICE UNBER FICTITIOUS
' I S \\ | Street. JJ i NAME LAW
tend i" reglstei -..i.l name with the NuTlCE Is HEREBV HIVEN thai
Clerk ol tin C|i i C i iidersigued. desiring to en
Florida Iiiisjiicm- I titioiis nanu
. liKl'SHMAN SHANNON PARK SERVICE sr \
I.' 'I Is ;i;. iSSM \ \ Tli I.N .ii S \\ -"-'nil Avenui \l
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__________________________________________name with I hi I'll k ol thi Circuit
.-i I >.i.i. i '-.'iiiiv 1 ;,, i i,i ,
1'All. MILLER
NOTICE UNDER
FICIT OUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN that
thi undersigned, desiring t" engage
in business undei the fictitious name
..( B A R, LOl'NUE at I'M" West
Flaglei s: inti nda t.. r. m-:,
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of I '...I. '..iint v. I- !..- |i
\\ I1.1.IA.M M I'I'NN. JR.
Sob: I Net
ki:ssi.i:k a hahs
Attorne) s t..r Applicant
6 6-ir>-22-29
KDW RH II TERRY
A ttortn > foi i u ni r
-. N E ''.nl Strei
Miami Shon -. Floi Ida
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 5969
ERNESTO \. UAVALHA,
I aintlfl
vs.
CAY C.AVAI.DA,
I >efi n,hint
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
You 'as '...v alda, addn -.- and res
a ll.i wn, Ro; il i lak,
M Ii higan, .n. requ -I to fill youi
to t ii.....nplaint itli the
* thi abo\i i 'ourl and bi rve .
oupy thereof t.. Harman Cohen, At
torney, 1310-1] Congress Building,
. Floi Ida, on "i bel n llh
oi else -nit III I
onfi -.-. .1
Dated .Inn. 1st, l62
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is hereby uiven that
i desiring to engage
m i fictitious name
of SAM S REr KICERATK 'N at 148
i '..ihn- A v. -. ,. Vflaml Beach l-'l Ida
name wit h
..; thi circuit Court "f
I lade Florida
F VLI'I I, INC
\\ \ I TBR I! I.HI.' 'WIT/.. Esquire
Mtorne) fn I..... Inc.
. I i t Street Miami 1'..-..- h, El >rida
28 7 :. 13
- "I I
th. i "1. i k .a the Circuit ''nurt on or
before i>" 16th .t-i> ol Jtrtj 1861
you fall to .I" -". Judgmi nl b) de-
fault will be taken against you (.-r
tile Ill | ,1.111.HI.I. .1 In the Bill ..f
Ci mplami
This ii"ti. Khali he |iuhli>hed mire
each week foi foui i onsi cutlve week*
in THE IEV\ l.-ll I- l.i iRII '1 \ N
DONE \ND tlRDEREIl al M
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN ANO
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 62C-609I (Wiseheart. J.)
IN RE
SAM EEL HERMAN a k I
El' I.l 'El is ll BUM \N k .i
III -I 'I i: l.i irTI'K joined bi \ VIS
BARBARA SMITH LOFTl'S, his
lfi to EDWARD JAMB Ll IKTI S
' \ H MM'. \K \ SMITH
1' 'III s. In- w if.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY
FOR CHANGE OF NAME
To Whom it M.iv Col i ii
N',,11.-.. i hereb) i:i\,n that th.* un-
di i signed Pel iiniiii i Samui i Hei
it-.n i k ., H,i i...ftu- ii. i man, i k a
i -oftua, i-'in. 'I i'v in. R i.. i.i
> Mi Loft us, his wife, t.' Edward
- i."ftns and Avis Barbara Smith
I .oft us h w if... win..-, ri aldi m ad-
dn -- i- i.,,; DeLeon I >i iv. Miami
iic.-. Florida, Intends t" appl) Io
' M"ii.-i .ii.i. Marshall C Wbwhaart,
Judge ..f the Blevi nth Judii lal Cti
in and for Dade County, al his
in the Count) Court Housi al
;' \ m ..ii th. (4th .i.iv ..r July,
..- aooa iii, :.-.,ii.i ., i .
'' I hi .mi. f..i an 'ni. i iii inglng
mi. ii name from Khmuel Herman,
k i i;,i i^.fiu, h,., ,,,:ll, i, ,..,
oil I...fins, joined by Avis Barbara
jmitn Loftus, ins wife, to Edward
' I .i.i kvls Barbai Smith
I Ifl l.v win. h ii in.
>. known
'""I ..t Miami Beach, Florid i thll
'"i da) ..f June, 1862
BAM I El. IIKK.M v\ ,
i-.'i Loftus Harman .. k i
Eilili, Loftus, I .
ri \.l;.i,R.RARA BM1TH l."i-irs
Petit tiers
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 6444
SYI.VI.N L. ANTUNCCCI,
Plalntlfl
vs.
ANTHONY It ANTONL'CCI,
I I. n .int
6UIT FOR DIVORCE
TO ANTHONY R ANTONt'CCI
131*3 13th Street. N W
\\ ashington, I > "
You, \iitli,'iiv K Antonuccl, are
hi t. b) not Hi .1 that a Bill ..f Com-
plaint t"i I Hvotce has been fill -i
against you, and you an re.mire,I t.'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NoTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring i" engagtf
In busim -- undei the fictitious n im
of PAN AMERICAN CLOTHINU at
138 N Miami Avenue, .Miami. Horllla.
intend t.- register said name with the
ICIcrk "t th.- Clrcull Court "f Dade
Count). Florida
BERNARD EISHMAN
PIN IE MAJEROWICZ
S..K 'vv ll. I -
HENRY NORTON
AttOl II' V I, A|'|.|l. .nits
: lo6 I; .-. a> n,- Building
Miami, Florida
'. ;.'. :': 7 6, 13
E H LEATHERMAN
Clerk ..f the Circuit Court
'-all K M LYMAN
I '.-i'ln v i 'lei k
6 8-15-22-28
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 56181-C
In RE K '
ELSIE E I'TAL,
IV
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All creditnrs and All Persona
Havlnv Claims oi Damands A^'in-t
:.ik. n ii Bald i: dati
. .,:. herel notified and t ilri .1
present an) claims and damaDda
I IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 56068-A
IN RE: Estate Of
SARA SAC II Alt
11.. -.'-, ll
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors -.-.1 All Persona Hav-
ing claims .a Demands Against Said
Estate
You are hereb) notified and requlr*
.1 l
win. h v,,ii ma) have againal tlu-
estati nl l-M.sii: E I'TAL, .U-..,.~. .1
latl "I I'.i,l. Count), El.'liila, Iii tile
-v Judges of Dadi County, ami
til. thi same in their offices In the.
Count) Courthouse In Dade, County,
Florida, within Big .-ali-mlar months
from the date "f tin flral puMloatlon
hereof, -I the same will t*- bjtrred.
HL4RRY M lti'S':N. Executor
IRR ,v- LAZAR
Attoi ne) s t.-i Executor
i"7 Lincoln Road
Mi.iml Bea' h, Florida
i t, M 7 t, il
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY G1VBN that
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 56097
IN RE Bstati of
THELMA ANDERSON THOMPSON
I........-, ,1
servi 'i'v of your Answer or Plead. notice to creditors
ns to thi IIU "' Complaint on thi r \, Hors and All Persons Hav-
Plaintiff's attorneys, WEINKLE a- ,,,_ ,,........ ,.
i. i>.-! .ei: -! i .-. hold Building, Ml-
ami I thi inni > .. !( lifted and i
e.i t- present an) .In.m- and d.- ,,. m(, M..,.,i. ,i.mi inn in engage in
mandi wnlch you m) hava aploal business under the fictitious Same ol
the estate ol SARA SACHAR de- BIMiKWATER BL'ILDINQ at 2212
'* !" >f Dade County, IHorlda, iBls.avm Itoitlevand Miami :t7. Eler-
i" th.' ount) Judges of Dade i ounty, ,,.,,, ,,, .._,-,, ...i Iu,m,. wi,h
and file th- same w, their "iii.-.s >i. .,,.. ,.,,..k ... ,, ,-,,,,, court of
I,. Count) .....Mi.-us.- In Dade i oun- ,,, ., ,-. lnl ,.-,..,,.,.,
iv Florida within six calendai tii"ntlis I'.ISCAYNE COMPANY
from Mi, date of thi flral publication "a*Kla Corp ) Side Owner
"'Tm0.' .IT hf. .ml *'." '' WINCOR & ORBENriELD
BiIiIkrt h Vnli.i,V "r Utrnr>sf..r Vppll' ml
|K"I-I-.I.I II PRAI I.l'. .,,,. | ,,,,;. |;.,.,,|
Miami Bea. h, Ha.
'> Oeorg, ,i i

in l 'leading In I he nfl.....t
t he i 'lerk of thi Clrcull on or
bel i ii.- ISi h 'lav o|
v ..ii fall t" ,l" -... Judgment b)
w ill 1.. the re-
liel rti ii tided ll '....... il
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I'll.. Isheil once
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in THE I K\\ ISli i .
DONE VND ORDER
-
I-: II LEATHERMAN -
l Courl Dade Count) l I I
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I.. ',,-,11 v Chrk
\\ KIN K l.i; .v KESSLER
- i .-. laild Kiillding
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s Ht COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 56100-C
IN RE Bstati of
PA .RICI V E l> VILKY,
Dei eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
fo All '--I ii' i Ml Pel sons Hav
Ing Claims oi Demands Against Said I MED-I-KAL PHARMACEl'TICALS,
Bstati INC Elm Ida corporation
fou an hereb; lifted and requlr- B) Henr) R Diamond, President
. ,i io pn :.' an) rlaims and demands OEORliB UILBBRT
......ii an; i i.inns and di
,i ....ii mill ii.... against
m......THELMA ANDERS' .N
IP: i.N i------i-,,l late of Hay-
no ,i 'initv. .\. Carol hi i" the
Count) Jiiilgis Dade Count) and
file the -..in.- In their offices in the
ri house n Dade I 'ounl v.
a i- hi, -i\ ... ndar months
lati "i the Hi -i pitblli atlon
..j h. ir. vv ill he ban i ..t w.i.v m -v ill.. North ,i ..-
this i-t da) "i m.iv. I.",.-
I'i'l,"i:i-:s THOMPSON MKDKORD
\ Vncillar) Kxecul i'i\
Ri IRERT Si i ITT KATE MAN
Vttorne) for Dolores Thompson
Medford, Anclllar) E\.-.utii\
I lllli Allisl-v Kui
Miami 12, Fla
7 6
" 13 22-28. 7 6
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
tin- undersigned, deal Ing la engagi In
l.ii.-iu, ss under th. fictitious num.- of
IIENI.EE ADVERTISINO i'" at
1140 N.E I63i .i si,.-, t. Miami, Flor-
ida Inti ml- In i -. itei said name w ith
th, Clerk "i the circuit Court "f Bada
Count). Floi Ida
Att.'i m v
i I i
Mian l: K I Ida
' IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
. ^-.^^ ___ 'N AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
____N01JCf UNDER FLORIDA IN PROBATE
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N0 41327
Notice is hereby uive:.n m,.,- ,n llK
thi undersigned, di ,, KHIANSIIIP oP
'ii.' thi fictitious nanu of \i.ii r n \Ncy i ii-'p.erm w
HERN VRD I' lYCK tTHE CO-l IP M
KINtll ,n 1101 I.111. i l; ad, Suiti NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
Miami Beach, Florida Intends to APPLICATION FOR TRANSFER OF
' "! "..... "I"1 Mi. N|,s .N), |.is\|. HISCHARUE
Hadi Com Notlci hi b> given that I hav
"'' ,.,.,- .. ... lied my |m-i for Transfer of E unda
i-i-.i.N \i.i ii 'M i-. ,,,! | _.. HK Guardian of
> l< 'wner | hi inlii"i rail I Uli ;- Nanc) l.i.-i.. i
in. and that on thi '.'"th da) of
..__,_, ,,,^ luly, 1862, will apply to the Hon
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW approval of s.n.l
NoTIi I. IS HRRE.IIi ISIY S I ..,, T ,,,,.,. ,,, Kunds.
mdersigned desirlni I ngagi Ii.....Hanoi th. minor child, a.i. I.
.n.l. i Mi. it. iltlout names oi
RINI-. ShlH II I PIRATE SPA RES MILTON \ MMEI'.MAN.
I Al l:\.\r .it :[ Southwest 248th Petitioner
.-..ii. Florida intends to nil \lnsle> Building
which v".i ma) havi against the is
tati of Pali Ii la K I 'alii .1- .. d
tali ,.t I'lih County, Rorlda, t" the
. '.. .nl v hi.it. "I I '.'! ''.Hill v .in.l
111. Mi. -am.....Iltnlli ill 'im SB I"-'
vldad in s i Slat
nl, in i hi ii oft lei B In Mi. i '"iint v
Courthouse in I'-nie County, Florida,
-iv all nd i oni the
Urn, oi the first publication hereof,
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HERBERT 1-: ROBERTS, JR
Bole 'VVIIel
i DAVID LIEBMAN
Attorm ) t"! Herbert K RoIm i i> Jr
:'" S.E 1st \v. Miami Fla
, v I ri-22-28
Miami 32. Florida
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For that matter, Flagler Federal is just as close as your nearest mailbox. When you
open a savings account, we will give you a supply of save-by-mail forms. We pay
the postage both ways.
Flagler Federal also will arrange the free transfer of your funds from anywhere in
the United States. There's no red tape. Just bring in or mail your passbook and
we'll handle all the details.
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the
W
oman s
IVerfJ
by ISABEL GROVE
Mexico looming large in the vacation plan- of many native
Floridians this summer That's where Edward and Lillian Arn-
i d will spend a month with Mr. and Mrs. James Knopki. formerly
Havana, and the Louis Pastors Before meeting their trav-
eling companions, they'll wing their way north for a few days In
(;otham Town And stop in Washington. DC. where Lillian will
;!tend the B'nai B'rith convention as the North Shore chapter dele-
gate Arnold is the talented craftsman who designed the bronze
Tree of Life" and "Book of Healing" for Cedars of Lebanon Hos-
pital Noted for his inspirational and unique designs, he's also
responsible for the oronze plaques at the Heart Institute. Mt Sinai
Hospital, and many of the synagogues in the area.
A. David Rayvil and wife Vivian have chosen Mexico to cele-
brate their silver wedding anniversary and will jet down there
this weekend for a two-week tour of the country Dave is serv-
ing his eighth term as chairman of the Anti-Defamation League for
the Florida Federation of BB Lodges He's also president of
Sholem Lodge BB Vivian devotes much of her time to the
National Council of Jewish Women, presently treasurer of Coral
, Division
Speaking of whom. Mr. and Mrs Leonard A. Grecnbaum en-
tertained Sunday with a cocktail party at their home. 9441 SW
31st ten. honoring Dave and Vivian, who just happen to be her
parents Coming to olfer best wishes and bun voyage were
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Goldfarb and son Joel, Mr. and Mrs. Moe
Schatzman and son Robert. Adolph Weiss of Philadelphia. Myron
Ravis. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schatzman. Mrs. George Silver. Mr. and
Mrs Joseph Rayvis and daughter Cynthia. Mrs. Anne Berger.
Meyer Zuckerman. Mr and Mrs. Robert Levison. Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Rosean.

Another family makin? plans to visit the country south of the
border, the Lawrence Hoffmans and their two children One
ti the new owners of the Venetian Isle motel. Lawrence has also
made two trips to Las Vegas this year But it was all on busi-
(s- lor the American Legion Convention Commission He's a
r tmber of their five man Doard .
Sil if it is generally conceded that the more talkative of the
xes is women, it i- difficult to understand why Trudy Gertler
ib the lone distafl member of the Beach High squad representing
Miami Beach and Florida in the National Forensic League debate
ihampionships Daughter of Judge and Mrs. Charles Gertler,
Trudy's forte Is dramatic interpretation She and teammates
Steve Maekauf, Mike Von Borsig. Allan Fuller. Jay Mechling. Alan
Paul. Alan Albert .nd alternate David Kay jetted off last week
lor Montana State University, site of the debate competitions .
Accompanied by their coach. Mrs. Richard D. Gillen, the group
will relax after the trials with a sightseeing trip to the Seattle
World': Far and Glacier National Park They'll be back early
in July .
Michael Gewitz. a student at the Hebrew Academy, made the
all-scholastic honor roll in both Hebrew and English subjects .
Also won the highly-coveted character gold medal award presented
to an eighth grade student by the Appel Family in memory of
the late Ida Appel. an outstanding community leader who had serv-
ed as pres dent of the Hebrew Academy Women

Belle (Mrs. Emanuel) Goldstrich, attending the 2lst biennial
("invention of Sigma Delta Tau at the Eden Roc, entertaining many
of the delegates a! the cabana which she maintains there year
round Fits in with her chores as national entertainment chair-
man She's regional advisor on the council, as well Other
prc.mir.ent local women on the hostess committee. Netti i Mrs.
Phillip) Lefkowitz. national convention chairman. Shirley I Mrs. J.
Bernard1 Spector, reservations, and Rita (Mrs. Leslie) Bukstel,
rook .
Full house for the Maury Sheins Daughter Lynda, here for
i summer, i- assistant director of the camping program of the
mi Bench Recreation Dipartment Guesting for a few
eeks, h r pinmate, Ned Goldfarb, of Kingston, N.Y. Both
Lynda is an education major, Ned's a pre-
membt r Of Alpha Epsilon Pi Also here [{ r
brief \ Barry Shein and his bride, the former Judith
.k The) \< been in Atlanta where he completed his studies
the U.S. Internal Revenue Service Now Barry is off to
- uth Carolina, leaving Judith here until he can rejoin her after
- \ months ol dutj there Will give her a chance to gel to
know a new member of her family, nephew Jeffrey Louis, born
Brand new parenti are Judy's brother. Gerald Falick
. nd the former Celc Roth Grandparents are Sam and Dodo
Falick. Mr. and Mrs. A. Roth, and Mrs. Lillian Bernstein, great-
k randmother.

Another native daughter returning as a guest. Barbara and
husband Hcward Galper here from Chicago for a long Fourth of
ilj weekend with her parents, Sylvia and George (Shapro)
Gcrdon .
A frequent winter visitor from Chicago, Mrs Sadie Heifetz,
-in of the fame i violin virtuoso, first name Jascha. surprised
her daughters Ruth (Mrs. Charles R ) Jacobson and Mrs Hairy
Linsk) by winging in lasl week for a three-week summer stay .
I till of exciting details about the Imperial Inn. Linsky's newest
-n project, which opened In Chicago recently .
Rosalie Segal, just returned from a visit with her parents in
Atlantic City, olf with her husband Joseph for a cross-country
t< ui Las Vegas and Los Angeles on the Itinerary, with a swing
around to New York before the trip home Along the way. Roz
will be on the lookout lor attractive Items to stock the boutique
hup maintained by and for the Women's Cancer League of Miami
I I -eh.

Don't know who's "minding the store." but Lenny and Roz
Zilberl are a! tbl Otceola Lake inn in Hendersonville, N.< fcr a
....... I ; Larrit and Arlene Blasberg are fishing in the
Keyi Loth mei .:< executives with Riverside Memorial Chapeli
"eJewish Floridian
Miami. Florida. Friday. June 29. 1962
Section 3
Mrs. George Simon (center), installing officer of the Miami
chapter of Hadassch, oversees the passing of the gavel from
Mrs. Leonard Wolpe, outgoing president, to incoming pres-
ident, Mrs. loseph Milton, at recent ceremonies here.
Pictured at the recent e'est si bon ladies luncheon at West-
brooke Country Club are Mrs. Sam Tannenbaum, Mrs. Irving
Platoff. Mrs. Ben Wagner, and Mrs. David Benjamin.
Miss Frances Lebon. of 1618 Jefferson ave., and Miss Molly
P. Katz. 1524 Lenox ave.. were amonq the 500 Americans to
travel to Israel for the recent "dialogue" sponsored by the
American Jewish Congress. The conference was designed to
help strengthen the ties between the Jewish communities of
America and Israel.
Beach UF Picks Mrs. Aaron Farr
Ernest Janis, chairman of the
Miami Beach section of the United
Fund campaign, has announced the
Intment of Mrs Aaron Farr
as CO-chairman with Mrs. Ann
Haul.iif- of the residential cam-
. slated to begin next fall.
"With thest two women heading
up the house-to-houst soli fort. I am ct ent we will get
fin -; ct vert g it tit history
ol the United Fund on Miami
Beach." Janii said.
He urged that all last yeai i
worker: reenroll at volunteers this
year
Ml Rawlingi nd Mrs. Farr
are planning a number of special
feature! for this year's 'rive, in-
cluding I 'Flying Squadron" and
a spec:;:i hos] nd entertair
mi nt comn tte.
League President
Back from Confab
Mrs. William Diekson. of Miami,
newly elected president cf the Flor-
ida Branch of the National Women's
League, United Synagogue of Amer-
ica, has returned from a four-day
conference of the League, held at
the Jewish Theological Seminary
(1 America in New York City
A highlight of the event was the
placing of a marker on the grounds
of the Seminary indicating the -ite
ol t.nt million dollar Mathilde
Schechter Residence Hall for wom-
en students of the Seminary's
Teachers Institute. Women of the
Leagw :n all affiliated communi-
ties ;.; currently raising funds for
this project.
Plans for the development of
program in the 753 synagogue Sis-
leiheeds affiliated with the nation-
.1 organisation occupied the atten-
tion of the 2fl presidents. 30 national
activity chairmen and officers in
attendance. New educational pro-
jects and administrational plans,
wort of the Torah Fund for main-
ter.arct of the programs of the
Seminary, and planning for the
biennial convention of the League
op Nov. 11 to 15 were among sub-
jects covered.
The League is the national organ-
ization of a quarter of a million
Jewish women associated with the
Conservative movement in the
United States. Canada. Mexico and
Puerto Rico
Summer Social
Schedule Going
Westbrooke Country Club has its
Si i... season underway, and it has
addee a charitv event to its sched-
ule
Starting Saturday night with the
club's June Formal, there will be
a social affair at Westbrooke every
Saturday night thereafter through
July 31.
Mrs Morris Dralttch and Mrs.
Irwin Brenner are co-chairmen of
the June 30 formal.
Or; successive weeks, the follow-
ii,i affairs are schedule,-! for mem-
bers July 7. Terrace Twist party;
Julj !-i. Ming Swing dinner dance;
.luiy 21, Saturday cocktail dance;
;i( July 28. December in July
dai (
At the1 December in July dance,
Westbrooke members will bring a
toy home- in the1 art a to provide a
(pecii summertime treat for the
\ oui esters.
Hygiene Group
To Meet Here
nt Press, 1850 S Treasure
dr Miami Beach, a member of
the Youth Croup of the American
Natun Hygiene Society, will at-
iiii Ihe Uth annual international
convention, which will take place
nexl Monday, through Saturday,
'.. at the Seville hotel.
ert will be a series of 10 lee-
sessions by hygienic authori-
I t (r, how to achieve good health
aturally, There will be case his-
leries questions and answer per-
ods, movies, and socials, with re-
eshments served after the even-
ing sessions.
! (legations from New York. Chi-
cage, Los Angeles. Washington,
i C San Antonio, Tex., St. Louis,
Mt Pittsburgh, Detroit. Buffalo.
New York, anel other large cities.
Rummage Sale Scheduled
Emma Lazarus chapter of B'nai
B*rMr. will hold a rummage sale
- Market, 62nd st. and
ave.. on Sunday, July 8,
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Page 2-B
Jenist ntridliair
Friday, June 29, 1962
Joel Holtzman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Holtzman, receives
the annual Sisterhood Award for Outstanding Scholarship
during the past year. Presenting the award is Mrs. Louis
Cohen, school board chairman, as Rabbi Eugene Labovitz
looks on.
Beat the Thermometer This Summer
With Garden-Fresh Salads Galore
Be one jump ahead of the ther
i meter th:.' summer. Befon
petites have a chance to Hag, temp)
them with nutritious salads combin-
:he healthy company oi Vita
herring and your favorite garden-
fresh vegetables. With this win-
ning team, you can create all sorts
Ol refreshing hot weather meals
which will supply the necessar;
\iiamins. minerals and proteins to
keep everyone in topnotch condi-
tion de.-phe the soaring tempera-
tl r< g,
Bite-size Vita herring fillets come
ir. delicious wine or cream sauce,
ar.d both styles are equally suited
1c be the center of attraction of
delightful summer meals.
You'll enjoy creating your own
ft.lad combinations, but as a starter
you might want to try these temp-
l.ng suggestions from the Vita
hi.me economists:

MORE THAN EVER
YOU CAN
be younger
looking zvith
mild, mild
Pa/n/o/ive
care! .^ x"
/
&

k Massage vigorously with
refreshing mild palmolive
lather. Rinse and pat dry.
k Repeat 3 times a day.
Triple Treat Salac: For e a C li
serving, arrange three lettuce
leaves on chilled plates. Fill one
lettuce cup with Vita herring fillets
Itl wine or cream sauce, place po-
t-to salad Ml second lettuce cup.
and in third cup arrange coleslaw
made with both red ami green cab-
bage. Garnish herring with radish
roses and potato salad with sprinki
ling of paprika.
#
Dip and Dunk Salad: Arrange
serving of herring fillets in cream
sauce in lettuce cup on chilled
plate Garnish with tomato wedges
and carrot and celery stick "dip-
pers" to dunk in cream sauce.
Healthy Company Salad: Toss
assorted salad greens (lettuce, en-
dive, chicory, and watercress),
cucumber slices, radish slices,
siiced tomatoes, chopped celery
and a jar of Vita herring (either
in wine or cream sauce) for a
healthy .salad with lots of appetite
appeal. Serve with your favorite
salad dressing.
For a really cool touch. >ervo
this salad on the "rocks." You just
need two salad or mixing bowls,
one a little larger than the other.
Fill the larger bowl with crushed
ice and place the smaller one con-
taining the salad inside The result
a well-chilled salad that's cool-
ing to look at an.i delicious to eat.
i he effect is i ven more frosty
v hi n ji ii use glass bowls
Vitality Salad: Tiny raw spinach
l< es make a memorable salad,
particularly when they're tos
tillot- in cream sauce
\od French dressing i! necessary.
Salad Kabobs: Here's a novel
I servi lad Even finicky
find this hard to resist.
f!ei ri ts in w me sauce ai i
i esl for this salad treat. Art u
tin filli one or two ol I
on coi ktail picks
tomatoes, cucumber slices,
' raw mushrooms, scalln -
carrot curls, radish slices Give
rach person several kabobs foi ,i
servii
With salads as nutritious as
these, it's hard to resisl paraphras-
ing old adage. Then lore, we
sty, "Eat then, in good health. '
TRY NEW PINK PALMOLIVE
mnrichtd with beauty cream or
FAMILIAR PASTEL
6REEN PALMOLIVE
I 1i iiirifclti
Social Club Sets
Picnic Sunday
Miami Friendly Social club will
have a picnic on Sunday. 10 a m .
at Crandon Park Those needing
transportation will meet at
a m. at Beth Kl Congregation, .">>m
SW 17th ave
Serving on the arrangements
committee are Mrs. Isidor Silver.
Mrs. Sam Sarkin. Jacob Braff. Vail
Shulman, Dave Chaswan and Mrs.
Lois Rowner
Max Garshag is president of the
group Participants must bring
their lunch.
Beach Students
Win Decrees
Tw i rida receiv-
I .h lor of Arts d< grees fro n
: duri.-g its
11 h i
Mass.
Mi i :- Philipson, ol Mi-
ami, a .Mis* Cynthia Mas
l Miam i Ecai h, w tc ami
270 undei giad i more than
70 gradu. le students honored at
;ommcncement exercises focused
n the theme "Education in Inter-
nal Perspective."
Mrs. Philipson, 3335 Hiawatha
ive., is a 1958 graduate ol Miami
Beach Senior High School, where
she was on the staff of ihe literary
magazine and the school newspap-
er, and a member of the choir and
swimming team. At Brandcis. she
majored in history and served as
ocial chairman of her dormitory
lor two years, and was a member
of the orientation committee, soc-
ial committee, and choir. Mrs
Philipson is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs Harold Turk. 5574 Collins
ave Miami Beach
Miss Cohen, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs Benjamin K. Cohen. 9101 E
Bay Harbor dr., is a 1958 graduate
ol Miami Senior High School, where
she was a member of the National
Honor Society, Anchor Club and
the swimming team A psychology
major at Brandcis. -he will join
the staff of the Boston Lying-in
Hospital as a research assistant.
Four members of the Greater Miami chapter of Hadassaii
are leaving for Israel on a summer tour. They will travel on
the SS Israel of the Zim Lines, departinq July 13. Left to right
are Akiva Goffer, vice president cf Zim, in charge of the
American-Israeli Shipping Company's local office; Mrs. Jen-
nie Weinstock, Mrs. Esther Lewis, Mrs. Bertha Cohen, and
Mrs. Tillie Greenberg. the Israel-bcund Hadassah members;
Ben Vclpe, general manager of Rosenkranz-Volpe Tours,
which arranged the itinerary; and Daphne Rosenkranz. Rear
are Raul Gorfinkel. Sam Rosenkranz, president, and Jaime
Volpe. vice president of the travel firm here.
New Group Formed Here
\ new croup has been organised ington Federal bldg., 1234 \\
tor the purpose ol offering a hi- i ... at s p.m
ueekl) forum on current topic-. _, ,,. ,..
ii er the* chartered name. The ,ed ocers are Chatm Rot
president; Sol Zitter. vice pres.
dent; Annette Seldon, secretary;
Startii \ 3. the group will dement Lipman, treasurer. Fur
r.eet oi thi First and third Fridays ther information is available at
of ever) I th in the new Wash i7t",
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Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Lieberman.
Of 2810 SW 25th st.. Miami, are off
for about a six-week visit with
their children. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
(Jeanet) Levene. of Portland, Ore.
The Licbermans. who recently
celebrated their 59th wedding an-
niversary, _Jiavje_.anotber daughter
here. Mrs. Herbert (Ruth) Sanders.
Of 1330 SW 31st ave.
*
Mr. and Mrs Sam Friedman, of
3051 SW 3rd a\e.. are leaving for
Washington. D.C., to attend the
District 5 convention of B'nai
B'rith this weekend From there,
'hey travel to Cleveland, 0., to
.-pend the summer with their chil-
dren.
* *
While on their annual fling in
" ssau, Al and Plore Rosen, 7930
SW 20th si and Marly and Elaine
: udnick 7940 SW 2 th st plan to
. rn some new calypso steps for
the Terrace Twisl party .?.: I> 7 at
Country Club. Not
ilj lo th Rosei IB idnicks
i next i r to each o"ier, they
also have adjoining cabanas at
Westbrooke.
Joseph Miller, former general
manager of the Rio hotel on Miami
Beach, has been named manager
of the Venetian Isle motel. Miller.
who spent several years in the
construction field before enterirfg
the hotel business, has been asso-
ciated with resorts in Missouri.
Palm Beach, and Miami Beach. He
lives at 7200 Bay dr.

The man who came to dinner
and stayed and stayed and stayed,
i-. a piker compared to the Tip
Toppers ol Miami Springs Villas
Carriage Club. The music-makers
came nearly five years ago, book-
ed for a two-week stand.
Mrs Morris Draluch and Mrs.
Irwin Brenner wire discussing
plans for the Westbrooke June For-
mal on Saturday evening, of which
thej are co-chairmen, In keeping
with the June formal idea. Mrs,
Draluch and Mr- Brenner arc
untmer
. making little men dolls dressed in
! black tie and little girl dolls in
floor-length evening gowns to serve
! as centerpieces for each table.
* *
Dick Rosichan is back from be-
ing an usher at a wedding in Mon-
treal They do things in style there
Bowler hats! Dick entertained
three couples of his honeymooning
friends for cocktails at the home
of his parents. Arthur and Claire
Rosichan. on Shore dr. So. This
summer, he plans to take advanced
courses in New York City
Deaf and hard-of-hearing children will be able to attend Sun-
day school throughout the summer as a result oi a weekly
program sponsored by the Temple Judea Sisterhood. Mrs.
Nancy Feldman, who has majored in speech correction and
teaches at Tropical Elementary School, outlines the curric-
ulum of Bible stories and holiday customs and traditions to
parents and children during a preliminary meeting. Classes
began last Saturday morning, and opemnas are still cvcil-
cble.
J he f^alms
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Spacious, garden-like grounds Moderate rales
Recreational areas indoors and outdoors
Member National Geriatrics Society.
SAMUEL E. REDFEARN, Administrator.
14601 Northeast 16th Ave., at W. Dixie Hwy.
Tel. Wi 5-7631 Miami 61, Florida
Seniors to Mark
Independence Day
"A lifetime of helping hui!1
America" will be expressed in the
celebration of July 4 by the Fes-
tivals Group of the Jewish Hon.,
for the Aged.
These energetic "young" seniors
plan to expri-- their feelings con-
cerning this nation, its past
future, on Independence Day.
Program is scheduled for Tues
da) evening, July 3. ":30 p.m.. at
Douglas Gardens, 151 NE 52nd st
Mrs Alfred Stone, volunteer
worker of National Council of
Jewish Women, guides the group
in its observance of holidaysboth
Jewish and patriotic.
The Choral Group of Douglas
Gardens, under the direction ol
Mrs. Sally Manne. volunteer ol
National Council of Jewish Women,
will also participate in the program.
Mrs. Ethel Martell, director of
group activities tor the Home, has
invited several Golden Age groups
to attend.
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The name Kosher Zion means
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| hick in 1860. when the original
t founder started processing Kosher
meats. They are made under the
United States Department of Agri-
culture, establishment number I.
Kosher Zion products include
corned beef, salami, frankfurters,
pastrami, bologna, liver sausage,
pippered beef, knockwurst. beef
\ baken. and others.
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<2fn the h^ealm or <^5ocietu
Rosen, Abrams
Exchange Vows
Lynne Beth Abrams and Dr
Stephen Granet Rosen were united
in marriage in a doable ring cere-
mony on Sunday, June 24. at 6 p.m.,
amidst an orange shorhcrt and
white color motif in the Terrace
room of the Biseayne Terrace hotel.
A reception dinner "as in the Star-
l.te room.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Al Abrams. 16002 NK
Sid ave No. Miami Beach
She is the secretary of Judge
Milton A. Friedman, and also win-
ner of many beauty titles, includ-
ing Miss Biseayne Federal. Miss
Freedom. Miss Capri. Miss North
Miami Beach, and others. She at-
tended the Dade County Junior
College.
Dr. Rosen attended the Univer-
.::> of Pennsylvania and is a grad-
uate of the University of Pennsyl-
vania school of dentistry. He was
a member of Tau Delta Phi under-
graduate fraternity and Alpha
(mega professional fraternity.
While in private practice in Rich-
mond Hill. NY., in 1M9 and 1960.
Dr. Rosen taught prosthetic dentis-
try. He is presently in private i
practice in West Hollywood. He
is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Michael j
Bosen, Forest Hills. NY
TTie bride's gown was a floor-1
length-white satin gown with an'
egg-shell white tulle overskirt. The j
collar was encrusted with hand-
embroidered pearls and crystals
over French lace Her veil was
also hand-embroidered with crystals
a:.d pearls.
Attendants were her sister. Rhea
Deitch. matron of honor, and Sheryl
Abrams, maid of honor. Ushers
v. ere George Glanzberg. Dr Mich-
ael Brody. and Dr. Steve Goodman.
Best man was Justin Bbersman.
The couple left for Jamaica on
a ten-day honeymoon, and upon
their return will live at 7910 \V.
i Harbor Island. Miami Beach.
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If you like
Reception Fetes
New Marrieds
Mrs. Goldie Bresler. of Nor-
mandy Isle. Miami Beach, gave a
wedding reception and dinner in
the Starlight room of the Biseayne
Terrace hotel on June 17 in honor
oi the marriage of her daughter.
Dorothy
The croom is Andrew Harris,
and the couple exchanged wedding
vows in Honolulu, Hawaii, where
they spent part of their honeymoon.
Other honeymoon sites included
Acapulco. Mexico.
The bride's brother and sister-
in-law, Dr. and Mrs Elliott Bres
lar. and their two children. Scott
4 and Robin 2. arrived here from
Chicagi : r a three-week vacation
and to attend the wedding recep-
tion.
KREPLACH
arriving here were cousins.
Mr. and Mrs, Irving Cohen, of New
Jersey, as well as other friends
and relatives
Mr. and Mrs Harris will live in
St Petersburg Beach. Fla.
Ravioli
I IN SAUCE
Wight Club Affair
Murray Solomon Post and Auxil-
iary, Jewish War Veterans, held a
Right Club affair at the Carillon
hotel on Saturday evening.
You'll love
Peau de Soie
For Mrs. Chafi
A white peau de soie sown with
reembroidered alencon lace and
seed pearls was the choice of Miss
Stephanie Starr Stryker for her
wedding to Dr. George N. Chafi
on Sunday. June 24.
The bride is the daughter of Dr,
and Mrs George Stryker. 13194
Arch Creek ter.. Keystone Island 5
Parents of the bridegroom arc Mr
and Mrs. Sadeg M Chafi, of Teh-
eran. Iran.
Dr. Morris W. Graff performed
the early evening ceremony at the
Diplomat Country Club. Miss Dale
Stryker and Miss Susan Katz at-
tended the bride.
Serving as best man was Dr.
Maurice Chafi. and ushers were
Eiiott Burke and Joel Shapiro
The ne Mrs. Chafi is a 1962
graduate Of the University of Ml
ami. specializing in speech ther-
apy. Her husband graduated from
the University of Geneva medical
school, served his internship and
residency in general surgery at
Seton Hall college of medicine in
New Jersey, and completed resi
dency in chest and cardiovascular
surgery at New York medical col-
lege and University of Miami Jack-
son Memorial Hospital.
Following the wedding, the
young couple left for a honeymoon
in the Virgin Islands.
Lynns Reveal
Gail's Betrothal
Mr and Mrs. Joseph Lynn, ol
B^onx. NY. announce the engage
ment of their daughter. Gail, to Ar-
thur Chaykin. son of Mr. and Mrs
Alan Chaykin. of 6780 S\V 68th ter .
So. Miami.
Chaykin was in New York fur
the couple's formal engagement
party for northern guests last Sun-
day Another such celebration will
be held upon their return to Miami
for guests here.
Miss Lynn is a graduate of Taft
High School. Bronx, and now at-
tends the University of Miami.
Mr. Chaykin is a Miami Senior
High School graduate, and has at-
tended University of Miami and
Florida State University.
Alter completing his present tour
t active duty in the Air Force, he
will return to the University of
Miami, where he i> an affiliate of
Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity and
Kr.i^hts of Pythias. University
NEW SERIES
Starting in July, a series
bj staff writer Isabel Grove
or, Greater Miami's High
School graduates, and then-
future plans. July 6Nelsa
Gidnt j. Don't miss this in-
teresting feature series.
Sugowe
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Hear family, guests, cheer for
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little maca ron i pies... fi I led with
tangy Italian Cheese...simmered
with savory tomato sauce and
cheese...seasoned the real Ital-
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aster than the frozen kind. So
much thriftier, toocosts only
bout 15c par serving I
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MRS. ClORCt CHAFI
Cardiac Board
Elects Members
election of ten additional mera.
ben to the board of governors of
National Children'! Cardiac HospJ.
ti.l has been announced by Richard
I. Rercnson. board chairman of
Miami's free, n ectarian ho.-pj.
lal devoted exclusive!} to children'!
in art disease.
New menlbers Include Judge
Jason M Berkma Justice of the
i'( ace, Fifth \> Mrs $ol
Gol Iberg, mime: ate past presi.
dent of the hosp i \onh Dade
women's chap rles Gold.
st< in, manager M.G.S invest-
ments; William Rafkind, ( LU,
Home Life Insurance Company of
\c York: Irving Schulman coun-
cilman and former mayor ol urf.
side
Also elected to tin* board of the
children's heart ho pil t! weir Saul
Schulman, assistant vice president
of General Capital Corporations
Alan shectcr. public relations di.
rector of Kislak Mortgage Corp., of
Florida: Sheldon Spector, ov ,
Sheldon Drugs; Stanley Tat<
eral contractor; and Eli Tinmner,
oi the board of Giffea
Industi i
Sabbath
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Holidays
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Celebration Week at Washington Federal
* *
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Presents A Wonderful NEW World of Service for Savers!
Announcing the Opening of Our New Building
At 1234 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
VISIT DURING OPENING WEEK-
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Here, right next door to where Washington Federal
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the most modern Savings and Loan facility in this
area. Everything building, business machines, office
equipment represents the latest in planning and
design for this type of facility. The only thing that
isn't new is the friendly, personal service that has
become a Washington Federal tradition.
You are cordially invited to visit these new offices
during opening week, July 2-6. Free flags and
favors for everyone. Stop in and get acquainted. You
are always welcome!
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Friday, June 29. 1962
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Women
WCMAN OF THE WEEK
Nettie Mrs. Philip) Lefkowitz admits her education was a little
it :,> She took a co-op course at the L'niversity of Cincinnati
worked a month and went to school a monthand finally wound up
Ming for a conventional Liberal Arts course. It was there she join-
t, Su;ii3 Delta Tau sorority, and has continued active affiliation ever
;: .e
Nettie has been SDT regional advisor, and just last week proved
; n> a most capable national convention chairman, when the sorority
gathered on Miami Beach for its annual affair.
The story of how she met her husband
rings a loving laugh from Nettie. When they
first arrived here, her mother went into the
drug store and announced: "I have a daugh-
ter. Next thing. Phil called and 'hey liked
eah other rmht away Instead of going back
io medical school, their first daughter. Louise,
proved a wonderful substitute.
Louise is now Mrs. Gerald Smith, whose
own daughter is the apple of the Lefkowitz
eye Incidentally, Louise is also an SDT and
a regi.-tered nurse but UN or not, her re-
actions to the new baby are the same as any
-^griKyBfe mother's. Her sister. Pauline, senior at
' rf* K the University of Miami.
Nettie has been most active in organiza-
tion work. Starting with 1'TA. she was pres-
ident of both the Elementary and Miami
Beach High School organizations. She has
also worked in the programs of National Coun-
c. { Jewish Women, and was president ot the Women's Auxiliary of
M: Sinai Hospital Since retiring from that post, she has been chair-
i: i of the hospital's school of nursing unit, and working with the
lie relations committee.
^ilite frankly. Nettie shuns the limelight, and is content to do
htr work behind-the-scenes And this work, in the immediate future.
include going back to school for a few courses. Life, she feels is
re than knitting sweater-, reading the current books, playing some
i. asta. and doing good deeds.
I've got to get my mind working again.'" she vows. And those
know Nettie are sure that she will.
* *
JUNE IS FOR BRIDES
Ernice Weinkle. glowing ia a beautiful short white gown and a
st >.>c.>raing white petal hat, was given in marriage by her father.
Ctrl Weinkle, to Dr. Dano Divailiet. Rabbi Irving Lehrman per-
formed the ceremony Saturday evening in the chapel of Temple
E: anu El. Afterward, there was an intimate group to toast the bride
. I bridegroom at the home of Julian and Mary Norma Weinkle. Dr.
A: lucious white orchids with red streamers to her only attendant, Carol
Hi re. After a honeymoon m Puerto Rico, the young couple will live
ir -he Montego apt.. Miami Beach. Esther Weinkle is now going to
e time out to relax. Only mothers of brides realize just how much
citemeot there is. Mothers jf the groom don't have as much fun.
* *
CHINA CHINA CHINESE
There was a Chinese laundry with clean clothes hangir.;; around
ba's full of dirty one- There was an opium den with a big
Idha and a Chinese Junk with a real sail floating in the pool out in
S th Miami at the home if Sam and Edie Stark, when they gave a
itters" party foi Nal and Janet Sidcn The four of them.
k k iolie outfits, greeted their guests who all came in Oriental
c -tumes each thinking the) would bo the only ones in Oriental
1 "' there. Bill and Helen Ruskind and Lou and Norma Goodman
i-. Ion* black tinhts. long ha:r with bangs, and long cigaret holders
- beatniks.
Mil tnd Berna Fisher wore authentic kunonas. and Berna had
i ha;r lone in Chinese itylc. George Simon in a loin cloth, and in-
I .ir on his head, he wore a piece that made him look
-d. His Charlotte was a coolie too. Judge Milton Friedman and
Sy.vij k and Shirl Green. Max and Mickey Stein, and Larry and
-or. all very Chinese-lookini:.
The ) guests divided in two teams and acted out Confucious say-'
\:'t drinking and eating hois d'oeuvrcs all evening, at mid-'
i ..ht there was a delightful buifet Chinese food of course. There
i surprise fireworks display in honor of Janet Siden's birth-
:i:l and Miriam Schiff. incidentally, came dressed a- Chinese
"i rl 1 i- Oh ves. it wasn't a real opium den.
THEY SAW BEN AND MICKEY
Dave and Byrtha Phillips just came back from a wonderful week
Brandeia University. The> spent a lot of time with Dr. and Mrs
Mickey) Rosenberg, former director of Federation here, now in
-' >n Byrtha says their house is lovely very "New Englandish."
r e R ls-^nbergs took them sightseeing. For the first time. Mr. and
M s Phillips went over the bridge from Cambridge and saw the
OUI quadrangle of Harvard. It was very Harvardish
Da\e as a Brandeis Fellow, walked In the procession, and
! tha said he tossed his mortor board tassel very debunairly over
I ear Harold Turk, also a Fellow, flew up to see daughter Cor-
I 3im Mrs Alvin Philipson, get her degree Dave and Byrtha
in') New York to tee "Milk and Honey" and "Two Strings."
l- I left there in a flurr\ of bed weather. Other Miamians at the
convocation were Mrs Sidney Schwartz, Mrs Beck -
Mrs William Maxwell, Mrs. Joel Meyer, and Mrs Bettj Ober-
St< n
* *
ANOTHER FATHERS DAY AT WESTVIEW
Th?re were over 300 p-oole at Westview Country Club for Father's
It, but ,t actual!} wo I as if there were 300 children a]
T e I ; I < >m was with the pride and joy if each family,
v, _'re all as good a. gold, the children tha'
Miss Beyda Weds
Insurance Exec
Marleen Beyda became the bride
of Norman S. Ostrov in a late af-
lernoon ceremony on Sunday. June
24, at Beth Torah Congregation.
Rabbi Max Lipschitz and Cantor
Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum officiated,
and a dinner at the Club House res-
taurant followed.
For the wedding, the bride wore
a floor-length, pure silk organza
gown designed with a fitted bodice
ff chantilly type lace, sabrina neck-
line and long pointed sleeves The
front of the full skirt had appliques
of lace with soft unpressed pleats
at the sides, and the back was en-
hanced with a wide panel of lace
terminating in a chapel train
The bouffant veil of silk illusion
fell from a wreath of dainty pearl-
ed peps centered with gleaming
satin flowers.
Maid of honor was San ra Bey-
da. the bride- sister Phyllis Schor
served as bridesmaid, and Char-
lene Sumncr was flower siii.
Daughter of Mr and Mrs Ray-
mond A. Beyda, 15801 NE 12th
ave., No. Miami Beach, the new
Mrs. Ostrov attended North Miami
High and schools in Chicago. III.
Her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Beyda, were included in the
wedding party.
The bridegroom, now an insur-
ance consultant with the Ne Y irk
Life Insurance Co., is a graduate
of Miami Beach High and attend-
ed the Universities of Miami and
Florida His parents are Mr and
Mrs Nathan Ostrov.
Best man was Harold Wilensky,
and Alan Beyda. the bride's broth
e<\ served as usher
New address for the young
couple is 2258 NE 173rd St.. No.
Miami Beach.
.8S. NORMAN OSTROV
Miss Rubin Now
Mrs. Alan Hilman
High no,m nuptials united Mar-
ie Rubin and Alan Charles Fill-
man on Sunday, June 24. The Al
rs hotel was the -ite of the
rcrem my perforate I by ::. man N. Shapiro.
Following a reception in the
Rubaiyat room of the hotel, the
newly-weds left for a honeymoon
in Jamaica. They will live in
Miami for the summer
Daughter of Mr an! Mrs. Ed
ward Rubin. 2101 SW 16th st the
bride is a graduate of Miami Sen
ior High and Florida College of
Medical Technology. She is a
member ot Phi Sigma Tau
For her wedding, the new Mrs.
Hilman chose a gown of hand-
clipped chantilly lace with tight fit-
ting bodice, sabrina neckline and
long point-io-finger sleeves. It fea-
tured a flowing chapel train with
deep crystal pleated ruffling edging
the hemline. A double-tiered crown
ot matching lace edged with cry-
stals and pearls held a bouffant
veil of silk illusion, caught in back
with a tiny bow of seed pearls.
Serving as her sister's maid of
honor was Irene Rubin, and attend-
ants included Susan Hilman, Bev-
erly Marks. Lenore I'r.gar. Marcie
Nurenberg and Ellen Swartz.
Majoring in architecture at the
l'niversity of Florida, the bride
room i- a graduate f Miami St i
.or High and belongs I :': Lambda
Phi Hi- pan Mr and Mrs
Benjamin 11. -., 58th
ave.
Norman Hoffman w a esl -v-m.
ushers : Ma -
irt Hilman, Bill M ii n n Joe!
Freis and Stanley Wi I
Urbachs Will
Live in Canada
After a honeymoon in New Y
City. Dr and Mrs. Gordon M.
bach will live at 501 Mt Ple3,
rd Toronto, Ontario. Cana ,
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs J .
J. Schneider. 995 W. 48th St.. Mia
Beach, the former Miss A In,
Schneider exchanged nupn.il \
w i;h Dr I'hbach on SatuM
June 23. at the Sterling
. hen- a reception and dinn
lowed
Dr Isaac H. Ever officiated ,
tne 8 o'clock ceremony
ol the bridegroom are Mr |
Mrs. Nathan I'rbach. of Tor
The bridal gown was of wh.v
silk-faced peau de soie with
pliqued and reembroidere I .
ton lace an! chapel-length tr.,
A bouffant silk illusion : iui
veil wa- attached to
French seeded pearl piKb' \ :
piece highlighted with tin) crysi
White orchids ^ vered a
Bib i
Maid at. i m itron < I a Nadler and Mrs
Schneider, sheila Kagan and K i
Serbin served a- bri Ii .aids.
Brother of the br
i,. r '. I'rbach, u as his best
. d Michael Schnei ler, the brid .
Iher, and Dr Allen
.. ile lishl
The new Mr- t'rhach Is a
uate of Miami Beach High and >
t< nded the Universit) of Mian
Dr. I'rbach i- i graduate of tl
Universit) of '! ronto school
medicine, and interned at the
Mt. Sinai of Toronto He serve!
s resident at the Mt, Sinai Ii
pitals of New York and Mi
Beach, and will complete re-.:
naming in anesthesia at Mt Su
Hospital in Toronto.
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RATIONAL Council of Jewish
Women held a unique meet
ing Thursday evening at the Al-
giers hotel. In attendance were
some 15. persons all sharing
the mutual questions posed by
European and Israeli-bound tour-
ists.
Mrs. Raymond Rubin. Council
president, opened the meeting in
a black cotton with black Irish
lace vertical inserts Mrs. Max
Auerbacb chose a black and
white checked gingham with a
full skirt Cotton boude in a
natural color W a> worn by Mrs.
Murray 1 recdman. Her sheath
featured the slightly blouson
bodice
A sheer voile, with green, white
and black combined into a lat-
tice print as the choice of Mrs.
Esther J Goldstein. Moss green
was tht color, and handkerchief
linen was the fabric i Mrs. Dor-
othy Livingston's dress. Mrs.
Mary Saal arnyl combined olive
green, orange and white into a
Florentine print.
Mrs. Larry Ellentuck selected
a white butcher linen with while
Clooney lace detailing her square
neckline Large squares of lace
Inserts CT*-ted an in'ero-di'g pat
tern in her sheath skirt. A blue
and white print jersey, with an
impressed pleated skirt was worn
by Mrs Mattie Lauer. Mrs. Ben
Libman chose a striped silk with
ombred shades from mint green
to aqua. Her bodic- was fitted
with V decolletage, and her skirt
was pleated.
#* OLD and white stripes of cot-
^^ tori satin was the color and
fabric ot Mrs. Esther Berlig
heimer's classic shirtwaist Hand-
embroidered detailing was fea-
tured on the patch pocket of her
bodice Mrs Gus-ic Miller se-
lected a black cotton trimmed
wilh black and white ribbon knit
The white fabric in the knit had
an unusual texture. A turquoise
silk shantung sheath was the
choice of Mrs. Robert Brown.
Many of the women wore drip-
drys and amels, trying them cut
for the trip. Mrs. Sidney Rich
man's two puce arnel was a
Roman stripe of vivid color- with
a sheath skirt and a blouson over-
blouse Mrs. Sidney Hodor's
floral print arnel was in tones
and shades of blue. Mrs Esther
Zab.n Corbin wore a white arnel
pleated skirt with an overblouse
Miss Aronowitz,
Med Student Plan
To be Married
Although no date has been set
(or their wedding. Miss Gail Steph-
anie Aronowitz and Mark Snider are
looking ahead to the day when
they will be married.
The couple's betrothal is being
announced here by the parents of
the bride-elect, Mr. and Mrs David
Aronowitz. 2241 SW 25th ter.. Mi-
ami. The groom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs Herman A. Snider. 531
Valencia ave.. Coral Gables.
Miss Aronowitz attended Miami
Senic- High School, where she was
vice pre-ident of Debs BBG, and
the University of Florida Pres-
ently, sh a junior at the Uni-
versity of Miami.
Mr. Si ,i i attended schools in
Newton, v -- ami graduated from
Miami Senior High, where he was
a Merit i ..list He i> an honor
school in September.
During the summer, h> i> em-
gra.iuati urn Princeton L'niver- ployed by the Dade County Medi-
sity, am) -.11 enter Yale medical cal Examiner's Office
Carol Meyer's Betrothal Told
Mr a>: Mrs. Bernard Meyer, ami Senior High School, attended
2388 SW 23rd St., Miami, announce tht University of Florida, where
the engagement of their daughter,I she was a member of Delta Phi
Carol Ruit1. to Jaime Sucholicki, Epsilon sorority,
.-on of Ml and Mrs Solomon Such- Mr Sucholicki attended the Uni-
olicki, ol Miami Beach. versify of Havana, where he studied
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of jersey featuring a vivid col
ored floral print.
A one-piece with the two-piece
look was worn by Mrs. Martin
Hochman. Her long-sleeved bod-
ice was of bright red jersey, and
featured the wide dolman sleeve
and her sheath skirt was of
navy denim. A silk print of acqua
flowers on white MM the choice
of Mrs. Ben Liberman. The oack
of her bodice was cut into a split
cape effect. A plaid silk shirt-
waist combining the colors of
burnt sugar and tangerine was
worn by Mrs. Charles Jarobson.
Mrs. Harry Schiff selected a
two-piece suit with an abstract
print of white and muted sold.
Her jacket was waist-lengih. cas-
ual fitting, and had bracelet-
length sleeves. A sand col red
silk shirtwaist was worn by Mrs.
Giadys Ankus, and small p,!*tel
colored butterflies were embroid-
ered on her dress. Black and
white inoygashel linen v as the
choice of Mrs. Bernard Yesner.
Her sheath dress featured a
white skirt and black bodice,
with her torso-length jacket de-
tailed in oversized pearl buttons.
A three-piece ensemble in navy
silk was worn by Mrs. Bernard
Abel. A white sleeveless over-
blouse topped her shea'h skirt,
and her jacket was short with
the classic cutaway lines. Color
was added in her accessories of
red shces and bag.
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CINAL -plans for Lhe Council-
sponsored summer tour were
detailed by Aaron Farr. who is
responsible for the lecal group.
Acting as moderator for the
meeting. Farr introduced the
representative of National Air
Lines, who will meet the Council
tour at the Miami airport and
fly with them to New York; an
Air France spokesman, who will
greet them in New York and ex-
pedite their bearding for the
overseas flight: and a Zim Lines
official, who is responsible for
their passage across the Medi-
terranean from Italy to Israel.
Miss Rood Plans
Rite With Student
In the Rabbinate
Col. and Mr-. Nathan B Rood,
of 845 Catalonia ave.. Coral Cables,
announce the engagement of their
daughter. Carol Joyce, to Steven
Bennett Jacobs, son of Mr and
Mrs Israel Jacobs, of Brookline.
Mass.
The bride-elect has just complet-
ed her sophomore year at Wheaton
College. Norton. Mass.. where she
is majoring in sociology. She plans
to continue her studies toward a
Bachelor of Arts degree.
In addition to being a student at
Wheaton College, Miss Rood was
appointed as an instructor in swim-
ming at the college during the past
year. Her extracurricular activities
included the Dramatic Club and
the Democratic Club of the college.
The future bridegroom is a grad-
uate of New York University, with
a Bachelor of Arts degree. He is
now a student at the Hebrew Union
College at Cincinnati. Ohio, pre-
paring for the rabbinate. He is a
member of Zeta Beta Tau fratern-
ity.
IMlkUltf t"fl
MISS CAROL ROOD
Rosenblooms Will
Live in Gables
Roberta Livingston Rosenbloorta
is now Mrs. Leonard Bendell. The
couple exchanged vows on Satur-
day evening. June 23. at Rodepa
Shalom Synagogue in Philadelphia,
Pa. Theme of the candlelight
rites, with Rabbi David Wice of
ficiating. was pink and white.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. George L. Rosenbloom,
of Merion, Pa. The groom is the
son of Mr. and Mrs David Ben-
dell. of 7240 SW 125th St., Miami,
and Nassau. B.W.I.
For her wedding, the bride chose
an ivory peau de soie Bianchi gown
with alencon late, seed pearls, and
bell skirt The matching ivory
peau de soie headpiece with pearl.*
and white lilies featured a boufta.it
veil.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Davit
Adelman. of New York. Brides-
maids included Miss Brenda Blum-
berg. Highland Park. N.J.; MiSS)
Barbara Kulick. No. Miami Beach;
Miss Marjorie Miller. Philadelphia;
Miss Sue Carpel. Miami Beach;
and Mrs Patti Goldner and Mrs.
Joan Hoffman. Philadelphia.
Best man was Barton Hodes. if.
Merion Ushers included Andrew
Goldner, Morton Hofiman anl
Stephen Miller, of Philadelphia.
and Stuart Rosenberg. Robert Mar-
olin and David Adelman. New
York
Abbe Bendell. of Miami, wan
Junior bridesmaid, and Patti
Burns, Miami, was flower girl.
The new Mrs. Bendell went ta
Harriton High School in Merion an 1
the University of Miami, where she
was secretary of Phi Sigma Sigma
sorority. The groom attended Cor-
al Gables High School and the
University of Miami, where he be-
longed to Tau Delta Phi fraternity.
A member of Knights of Pythias,
he is a furniture manufacturer.
After a wedding trip to La.i
Vegas, Los Angeles, and San Frai-
cisco, the couple will be at home,
a' 6513 Santona st.. Coral Gables. )
Ned Haiduck Off to Boston
Seaboard Tells
Contest Winner
Three winners were announced
here in Seaboard Railroad's "Silver
CometCount the Passengers Con-
test," according to J. R. Getty,
general passenger traffic managei
for the railroad in Richmond. Va.
Entry blanks were sent to over
15.000 ticket sellers, reservation
clerks and other passenger sale>
personnel of railroads in the Unit-
ed States and Canada, who were
asked to estimate the combined
peak loads on Seaboard's New
York-Birmingham streamliner "Sil-
ver Comet" traveling southward
between Richmond and Atlanta.
Ca.. on June 8 and northward be-
tween those points June 9
Three contestants guessed 856
passengers correctly, and were
judged in accordance with contest
rules which stipulated that the
earlier entry to be received would
be the winner. First place went
to William Davis, information and
ticket seller. Terminal Railroad
Assn. of St. Louis. Union Station.
Getty said that the response was
"tremendous" and announced plans
to sponsor a similar contest for the
road's Florida streamliners. "Silver
Meteor" and "Silver Star." later in
the year.
Neal Haiduck. 16-year-old Miami
Beachite. of t583 Alton rd., has
been awarded one of the 12 na-.
tional summer scholar-hips by.
"Downbeat Magazine" to the Berk
lee School of Music at Boston.
Mass.
He will study composition, ar-
ranging, theory and harmony, and
advanced clarinet, saxophone, and
flute.
Neal has speared frequently in
the Miami aiea on television and
in recital He has received many
awards in mu.-ic, including a schot.
;.rship to Transylvania Music Cami
by the Miami Beach Music and]
Arts League, another scholarship*
given by the camp itself, the Genia
Award for instrumental music by
the Miami Beach Exchange Club.
' Outstanding Musician" Award it
Nautilus Junior High School, and
"Outstanding Junior Musician" at
Miami Beach Senior High School.
He has also been appointed stu-
dent conductor of the Miami Beaca
High School Concert Band for nexft
year. /
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declared its regular quarterly divi-
dend of 20 cents per share, pay-
able on July s to stockholders as
of June 22. A. J. Harris, chairman
of the board, reported lo directors
sustained progress during the tui
half of the rear,
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Friday, June 29. 1962
Lawrence A. wien has been elected president of the Federation of
Jewish Philanthropies Of New York He's the brother of Leonard Wlen
Of Miami fame here .
Milton S. Malakoff, first city manager for State cf Israel Bonds
in Greater Miami, is section staff director for the Cni'ivl Knd earn
paign again this year Malakoff is a former public relations director of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Wile Betfy is [bag tune ad-
ministrative assistant to Rabbi Leon Kronish at Temple Beth Sholom
. Among top Beach leaders in business division of I'F are George
W Valentine, Abe Thai and Howard Handleman. Sophia Englander,
wife of Miami Beach's vice mayor, again heads the residential division.
She'll be off to Bradenlon next week in her new role as Democratic
stale committeeuoman for Dade county.
The Nation, one of America's oldest and best magazines, when it
isn't overcome with its own words, has come out with a special issue
entitled "The Ultras," which is must reading. The June 3(1 issue dis-
cussed the aims, affiliations and finances of the radical right Of
special interest is a somewhat abbreviated biography on Dr. Fred C.
Schwari, leader of the Christian Anti-Communist Crusade II points
cut that both Dr. Schwarz' parents were Orthodox Jews in Australia,
but that they were converted in the late 11130's. when Fred was in his
late twenties. Evidences are spelled out of the attraction for anti-
Semites which the Radical Right holds out. John Katpar and George
Lincoln Rockwell are given fairly comprehensive treatment All in all.
author Fred J. Cook, Phi Beta Kappa from Rutgers, has done the most
comprehensive job of pinpointing just where the Right >tands today.
* *
Things are humming at the Miami Beach office of Zim Israel
lines, where Southeast director Akiwa Goffer has been upped to a vice
presidency. Joseph Patrick Smith has been named office manager
Smith, who came to Zim after duty with Cunard Fagle and Northwest
Orient Lines, has made the shift from air to sea with ease He studied
at the United States Merchant Marine Aademy. Visiting Miami Beach
now, staying at the Fontainebleau. is Martin East, of London. One
of Great Britain's more enterprising real estate investors, he ha< re-
cently taken a one hour motion picture of Israel, which friend Goffer
Says is outstanding. Fast takes films as a hobby He should get to-
gether with Herald amusements' editor George Bourke.
Fourth of July celebrants will have their choice of several top-
notch Independence Day events Miami Beach i.odge of B'nai B'rith
will hold its annual fete at Flamingo Park bandshell. A few blocks
further south. Washington Federal's Jack D. Gordon and Arthur H.
Courshon will stage a fireworks display and band concert at Pier Park.
And in the Orange Bowl. Dick Rondell final!) gets his long-dreamed-oi
spectacular off under the sponsorship of South Florida Arthritis and
Rheumatism Foundation Joe Tannenbaum notes that Gulfstream
* has contributed more than S3.000.uXK) to charity and scholarship
the plan of extra racing days was inaugurated in 1950
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Harry Zukernick, a member of the board of governors .:" ;!.-
Bar Assn., was appointed chairman of the client's.......... '
mittee by state president Reginald L. Williams", of oiiami. K:i-
brt u. Feibeiman was named chairman ol the bankruptcj -..' c<
mittee of the corporation, banking and business law committee, Tih
L'niversit) of Miami's first summa cum laude 1 iw sen. <'a:
0] Marshall J. Langer, was appointed state chairman ur inter-
national and comparative law.
Florida Power and Light has inked with the Miami Board o
Itors Home Show for the eighth consecutive year Appointed
bj the National Assn. oi Manufacturers as a member of the marketing
imittee is Maurey L. Ashmann, president of Film Art Corporation,
and former chef of the Miami narking authority Cliff Straus
handling executive membership program for Morris Fox at Ue-t
brooke Country Club Quiet but efficient Irwin Block has started his
ith year here with the Israel Bond organization Asher Cailingold,
director of the Haifa Community Center, will report on comparative
Si Cial service trends in Israel and the United States at the 37th annual
national conclave of the Mizrachi Women in New York City on Sept.
Hi to 19.
Chuck Goldberg has won a Duncan Hines listing after his second
year of operation at the Sorrento hotel Jerry Lewis' opening night
on the NBC Tonight show was among the best performances we've
< n him offer Miss Israel of 19B2. Miami Beach-bound, was a guest.
*
Not only has Greater Miami taken the lead in per capita pur-
chases of Israel Bonds among major American Jewish communities,
hut it threatens to far outstrip other cities in its investments ir. private
industry in the Jewish state The Miami Israel group, founded bv
Samuel Friedlard, Max Oroviti, Dan Ruskin and Sam Blank, is one
of the largest in Israel. This area's participation in Sam Rothberg's
and Lou Boyar's Israel Investors Corporation is documented in the
election of Jack S. Pcpick and Maurice Reviti to the national board.
Jack Cantor ha> paved the way for the Industrial Development Bank
And Rassco Israel, real estate giant of the Middle East, has made
enough headway here in recent months to warrant opening an office.
Finally. Manny Sella, who sold out the Supersol Supermarkets issue
in record time, came to town to prepare for the floating of an issue
of Tel Aviv Hilt.it: Hotel bonds and Stock Much el the keen interest
in private investments can be credited to Ami Brown and Zvi Eaden,
the two directors of the Israel Government Investment Authority of-
fices since opening her.' less than three yean ago. And of cour>e it
U .k large scale investors such as Jack Rifkin to implement the
ram.
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South Miami Judge Strickland Charged
With Making Anti-Semitic Remark
See 'During the Week' Page 4-A
DAVID SINGH
Papa Singer Loves
To Travel to Israel
A "living" example of longevity
and activity in Florida under the
sun is David Singer, father ol
William Singer, scion of an indus-
trial empire in Florida and former
member of the State Road Com-
mon.
As :ui 88th birthday gift from
the Singer boysthere are four-
Papa went on Fl Ai Israel Air-
line's new non-Stop Boeing 707
flighi to Israel, an I he traveled
lb i*her Miami Beach
; r- ities there. ich as Max
-"v i. The senior Singer loved
Israel ~,. muih. and was having
such a "ball" at the Dan hotel.
that tr.e.i i Orovi.z, of the Miami
Investors Croup in Israel, on the
urgent cabled request of William.
had to personally arrange a defi-
nite date for Dad's return, lie ar-
rived in Miami hale, hearty and
bubbling over with enthusiasm for
this, his second visit to Israel.
Declared l'apa Singer on his re
turn: "I intend to keep pace in the
years ahead with the increasing
number of Royal Castle openings,
and hope to revisit Israel, by Fl
AI of course, each succeeding birth-
day My trip was the best present
the boys ever gave me
His sons agree with l'apatheir
only problem is getting him back
to Miami each time
Choi Chapter Delegates
Chai chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women this week announced names
of delegates who will represent the
chapter at the District 3 conven-
tion of B'nai B'rith in Washing
ton. DC. this weekend. Dee
gates are Mrs Esther Lerman
and Mrs. Max Kern trustees; Mrs
Oscar Rosenthal, counselor; Mrs.
Ruth Corey and Mi-s Myrna Green
Mat. vice presidents; and Flora II
Sinick, president
YiGRAN
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A South Miami ju 'ge is on the
'iot seat, char ;ed i j a resi le il
here with making anti-Semitic re
marks against him.
Judge E Iward Strickland appear-
ed before County Attorney Darrej
Davis on Wednesday !o answer to
allegations made by Marvin Cohen,
i 0311 sw 12th ter that Strickland
s;:id "All you Jews tire the in
Ninety percent plead not guilty."
hen Cchen appeared before him
.n a minor traffic offense on June 8
Strickland arrived at the hear-
ing with two attorneys, Judge
Richard Hunt and Milton Farrell.
Testifying in his behalf was the
officer involved, whs c'id not ap-
pear at the June 8 hearing.
The officer had given Cohen a
summons for running a stop sign.
When other defendants pleaded not
guilty in the absence of the Metro
policeman, and were released with-
Rassco Opens
Office Here
Rassco Israel Corporation, real
estate and construction firm which
has pioneered the agricultural and
industrial development of Israel.
has opened offices in Miami Beach
Jacob Snyder, national sales
manager for Rassco, announced
the appointment of the Cera 1.1
Schwartz Agency, in one Lincoln
Road bl i to h indie salt an I
public relat ons a< I h it es th
State of Fl ri la
In add tior-. to erect. more
than 30.000 housing units in Is-
rael Rassco has undertaken larg?-
scale building operations for for-
eign investors and public' institu-
Many of the major buildings
of the Hebrew University of Je-
rusalem, the entire Bar-Han Uni-
vers'ty of Te! Aviv, and all of
the Superss! supermarkets were
constructed by Rassco.
Foreign e ipit ii m ibilize I for in-
vestment in Israel through Rasj o
is bein : into building
projects a iricultural
and industfi ei pri tea through
Rassco subsidiaries ai I securities
Rassco was founded in 1934 by
the Jewish Vgencj for Palestine
and the World Zionist Organiza-
tion, upon the nitiative of the late
Dr Chaim Weizmann, first pies
ldent of the Stilt.- of N:
mt fine. Cohen d d the same ;t
. at th i> tint that Judg i sti
i mad< his alleged antl Si
omment.
Henry Norton, attorney f n
cross-examined fhe officer when ie
n| I County Attorney Davis al | -
hearing that he had oppi I ,
.I Coral Gal les back in Maj i -
it same v ,..i ition, and that he i
..i In in go after warning him
"Is it not your uty to iss |
tat ion v her. j on sec a v tolation '
Norton .le.ran.led The policei
said 'hat he had no time bet i
simultaneously, he received an
emergeno call and was forced 11
leave Norton then wanted o
know how he could remember I
. it name since last May, and ;(
it was indeed, the same Man l
Cohen Whereupon, the officer
nutted he wasn't sure at all
Meanwhile, Robert Metzger, an
Assistant State Attorney here,
voluntarily wrote Davis that he
had been in the South Miam
court on June 8 and heard Strick-
land use the word, "Jew," ah
though he could not be sjre in
what context.
Hunt, cross-examining M I
"ho appeared at the hearing, id
ii-.itte.l that Judge v.ruk
i:..v e said you" and no: ".lew
\t ihe same time the bailiff ai I
clerk of the court, subpoened j
: pi ar, sail thi v v ere too busy i
hive hear.! anything of a deroga-
tory nature th-t Judge Strickland
it have said.
The case will .:> before the coun-
ty commission as soon as "
-. i ipt ol Wedne .!.> a pro,. i
have been prepared Judge Stri.
land's is an appointive and not .i
elected position
Independence Day Dance
satur.lav evening. July 7. will
i ark the Independenci Daj dai
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Jtyctr As a gift to subscribers, The Jewish Floridian will present free
fcr the asking a corsage to each mother cf a Bar or Bas AAitzvah.
Requests should be addressed to "Corsage for You," P.O. Box
2973, Miami 1, Fla., one month in advance. Include the name
of the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and place of the ceremony,
home address and telephone number. The corsage will be
forwarded to you courtesy of Blackstone Flower Shops in time
for the occasion.
Fiorato, DaCosta Share Spotlight At Pops Sunday
Marc Hauser
Bar Mitzvah of Marc Mauser will
lake place on Saturday morning,
June 30. at Temple Kinanu El,
with Rabbi Irving Lehrman of-
Ik inline.
Son of Mr and Mrs Louis 11.
Hauser. Marc is a student in sev-
enth grade at Nautilus Junior High
N hool. He has studied music lor
the past three years, and is inter
< sted in building models,
Out-of-town relatives who will
be present are his maternal grand-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Sher-
man; aunt and uncle. Mr and Mrs,
Sigmund Wointrauh; and another
.mnt and uncle. Mr and Mrs Her-
man j. Sokoioff. all of Pennsyl-
vania.
The celebrant will be honored
at a luncheon following the wor-
ship service in the Empire room
of the Eden Roc hotel.

Samuel Goldstein
Rabbi Herbert Baumitard will of-
ficiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Sam-
uel Phillip Goldstein on Saturday
morning, June 30. at Temple 'Heth
Am.
Beach Airman
Gets Promotion
Joseph E. Polnsky. of Miami
Beach, has been promoted to air-
man first class in the United States
Air Force.
Airman Polinsky. a graduate of
New London (Conn.) High School.
i assigned to the 4135th Combat
Defense Squadron as an air police
man at Eglin AFB in Florida He
entered the service in October,
1958.
The airman's parents. Mr and
Mrs. Samuel Polinsky, live at Mor-
ton Towers North. Miami Beach
lie and his wife, the former Bar
1 ara I. Sattcr. of London. Eng-
land, have one daughter, Maxine,
Marc Hauser
Samuel is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Goldstein. A student
in eighth grade at Palmetto Jun-
ior High School, he plays alto sax
ophone in the concert hand A star
Scout, and a patrol leader, he is
affiliated with Troop 502.
His parents will host a luncheon
reception in his honor following
the service,
* *
Gary Gostel
Beth David Congregation will he
the site of the Bar Mitzvah of Gary
Steven Gostel on Sahir.lay morn-
ing. June 30. Rabbi Norman N.
Shapiro will officiate.
Gary will enter eighth grade at
South Miami Junior High School in
the fall. He has won trophies for
his piano playing, and recently ap-
peared in the television program.
The Big Break."
Arnold Diaz
Arnold Diaz will become Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday morninfi.
June 30. at Congregation Yehudah
Moshe. Rabin Sheldon Stelnmetz
>-ill officiate
Arnold is a student in eighth
grade at North Miami Beach Jun-
ior High School. Son of Mr. and
Mrs, Leonard Diaz, he has attend-
ed Popiel religious school for the
past three \ ears
Kiddush in hi- honor will be
hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Diaz fol-
lowing the service.
Hugo Fiorato. one of the na-
tion's outstanding conductors, and
Ubert DaCosta, brilliant young
' nor of the Metropolitan Opera
I Company, share the Miami Beach
Pops'" spotlight this Sunday even-]
I ing for the University of Miami
I Summer Eymphony Orchestra's
fourth concert of the season at
Miami Beach Auditorium.
Fii ralo. conductor of the fam-
! N*w York City ftallet-4'nntfMny
Orchestra, will be making his
fourth annual appearance here as
.iiest conductor of the Miami Beach
Tops" Orchestra. Besides con-
tacting the New York City Ballet
Orchestra. Fiorato has been a guest
conductor of the Symphony of the
Air, Lewisohn Stadium Symphony,
National Symphony in Washington,
D.C., the Chicago Symphony Or
chestra, and most of the leading
orchestras in Europe and Japan.
As a violinist, Fiorato still per-
forms with New York's WQXR
Radio String Quaret, which he
founded in 1947. His early musi.
cal training was with such out-
standing teachers as Anna Ros-
enthal, Kafe Chittenden, Em
Smith, and Arnold Volpe, found-
er and first conductor of the
University of Miami Symphony
Orchestra.
Immediately following his ap-
pearance here. Fiorato will fly to
Los Angeles to join the New York
City Ballet on its West Coast tour,
including appearances at the Seat-
tle World's Fair. Fiorato also is
scheduled to tour Russia with the
HUGO FIORATO
company this fall as part of the
cultural exchange program an-
nounced by the United States and
the Soviet Union.
Fiorato' program will include a
musical tribute to the late Fritz
Kreisler, Austrian violinist-compos-
er who died earlier this year. The
Kreisler compositions include his
"Liebeslied" and "Licbesfreud."
pins the "Praeludium and Allegro,"
transcribed by I'M Symphony Or-
chestra conductor I'abien Sevitzky.
Other orchestra works on the
program are Rossini's overture
to "L'ltallana in Aigeri." the Min-
uet from String Quartet in E Major
b\ Boccherini; Benjamin Britten's
"Matinees Musicales," based on
ine second suite of live movements
from Rossini; and the concluding
work on the program, Tchaikov-
sky's Fourth Symphony finale
DaCosta's selections are the
arias. Celeste Alia, from Verdi's
"Aida." and Che Gelida Manina,
from Puccini's "La Boheme." plus
three Italian love songs, the popu-
lar "Mattinate," by Leoncavallo;
"Cbrren Grato," bj Cardillo; and
' Turna a Surnento." by Curtis
DaCosta made his Metropolitan
Opera Company debut as Walther
in "Die Meistersingi r" in 1956. His
repertoire also mil ides such lead-
ing roles as "Lohengrin," "Otello."
Don Jose in "Carmen." Canio in
"Pagliacci." and [or the first time
in 1957. the title role in Wagner's
"Parsifal."
Colony Theatre
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A presentation of the .
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of the "MGM Musical Showcase"
series at the Colony Theatre, Lin-
coln Road Mall and Lenox ave.,
.Miami Beach, starting Friday, and
continuing for at least six weeks.
Opening the series will be the
famous romantic duo of yester-
year, Nelson Eddy and Jeanette
MacDonald. in Victor Herbert's
"Naughty Marietta." On the same
' porgram will be "Easter Parade,"
btarring Judy Garland, Fret
Astaiie. Peter Lawford and Ann
Miller, with the music of Irving
Berlin Among the memorable
musical numbers in these two fea-
tures are: "Ah. Sweet Mystery ot
Life," Tin Failing in Love WiUl
Someone." "Easter Parade.'
"Everybody's Doin" it." "Alabama
Choo Choo," and many others
The second double-feature of the
seru~ stars Ann Blythe. Howard
Keel, Fernando Lamas. Bert l.ahr
and Marjorie Main in Rudolf
Friml's "Ro^e Marie." the story
i i a wild young beauty of the
wood-- tallied by a Canadian Moun-
lie, and Mario Lanza in "Because
You're Mine" with James Whit-
more and Doretta Morrow, in ad-
dition to the title songs in each
of these features are such well-
remembered favorites as "Indian
Love Call," "Love and Kisses.'
and Marii Lanza running the gamut
trom pep- to < pera with such num-
bers as "Granada," "The Lord's
Prayer," "Be My Love." "Addio
Addio," "Questa O Quella," and
more.
Other double-feature programs
scheduled during the "MGM Mus-I
ical Showcase" are Oscar Straus
"The Chocolate Soldier." with "Till
the Clouds Roll By." featuring the
melodies of Jerome Kern and 13
Of the top stars of Hollywood: Sig-
mtind Bomberg's "The Student
Prince." with "Words and Music."
the life and music of Richard
Rogers and Lorenz Hart; Johann
Strau.-' "The Great Waltz," with
"Kismet." from the Broariwax
play; and finally. Franz Lehar's
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Jewish fhrMfar
Friday. June 29. 1962



Mt. Sinai Names
Education Chief
Board of trustees of Mt. Sinai
Hospital announced that on July 1
T>r. Ronald William Shane will be-
(sme the new director of medical
tducation for the hospital.
Dr. Shane has been associated
vith Mt. Sinai as chief medical
r< si.ient for the past year, and
took his first year of medical res-
iliency there in 1959. He spent his
second year of medical residency
;1 the Veteran's Administration
.Hospital in Oakland. Cal.
In addition, during the summer
of 19S7, Dr. Shane was an extern
at Mt. Sinai, and from October
through December 1961. complet-
ed a special radio-isotope course
at the hospital.
According to J. Gerald Lewis.
president of Mount Sinai, the post-
i: director of medical educa-
i is newly created to meet the
: coordinating and correlate
, the teat hing program and sup-
of the 41 members ol the
house -t.it: which includes
- externs and resident phy-
Shane, a graduate ol Tern-
itj schoi I i t medicine,
t he plans to strengthen tin
program "so thai it will
stimulating and educational to
the attending physician and
- fi officer, therebj
: viding a progressive program
h -h uilii result in the besl
edical care for the pat-
i<
Shane, a native of Bethlehem.
led and lues in Miami
ch.
12-Day Cruise on SS Jerusalem
Being Mapped Here for Early November
Beach Lodge
Sends Delegates
Nine members of the Miami
Beach Lodge of B'nai B'nth have
t een elected delegates to the an-
i al Fifth District convention
which opens in Washington, D.C.,
Sunday
They are Samuel Werner, presi-
(: : elect; past presidents Irving
> hatzman, (;. irge J Tahanoif.
Michael Sossin, and George Kron-
i gold; secretar y. G era 1 Schwartz; Burnett Roth. Louis
Iman and I'atil Seiderman.
OR. RONALD SHANl
Flagler Names
New Officers
Paul 11 Marks, president of
Flagler Federal Savings, has an-
nounced the following elections and
a] pointments:
Herschel Rosenthal, CPA. who
v. as a vice pr< sident an I controller.
elected i ectoi given the
title of vice president and treas
ill er.
Lee Sorgie. who was assistant
treasun auditor appointed
iller
Seymour D. Keith, secretary,
elected vice president and secre-
tary, and C. Guthrie Babcock, who
was treasurer, elected a vice presi-
dent,
Flagler Federal reached a mile-
stone in its history last week when
it reached S50 million in savings
and S55 million in assets.
On Jan 2. 1962. Flagler Federal
moved into its new office building
a 101 NE 1st ave, The six-story
building, of bronze and Italian trav-
ertine marble, has already become
a familiar downtown Miami land-
mark.
Directors of Flagler Federal are
C. Guthrie Babock. Seymour D.
Keith. Loper B I.owry. Paul H.
Marks, Nathan Meltzer. Alfred B.
Parker, Robert L, Rice, and Her-
schel Rosenthal.
A 12-day cruise on the SS Jeru
salem. Zim Lines' luxury ship, will
feature the 1962 Caribbean Good-
will Tour of the Greater Miami
Friends of Israel.
Details of the tour, to be known
as the Shalom cruise, were map-
ped out Tuesday during a visit to
Miami Beach by Dr. Yitzhak Ger-
stenhaber. of Haifa, commercial
representative of Zim Israel Lines.
Among the members of the
steering committee of the Great-
er Miami Friends of Israel are
Leonard Solomon, of Miami
Eeach, Phil Revitz, of, Kendall;
Henry Gilbert, of North Miami;
Ben Essen, of Coral Gables;
and Rabbi David Shapiro, of
Hollywood, president of the
Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn.
The Shalom cruise will visit San
Juan. Puerto Rico; St. Thomas in
the Virgin Islands; Fort de France.
Martinique; Port-Of-Spain, Trim
dad: Aruba. Netherlands Antilles;
Santo Domingo, Dominican Repub
lie; and Kingston. Jamaica.
The SS Jerusalem, which carried
some 300 Greater Miami leader- on
dwill tour to Mexico and
Other I'an American countries la SI
year, will depart Miami at 10 a.m.,
Nov. 8, and return at 10 a.m..
Nov. 20.
Dr. Gerstenhaber. who flew here
from Haifa to make the arrange-
ments, said the recently-refurbish i
ed SS Jerusalem will depart from)
Israel on Oct. 17.
An organizational meeting of the
cruise and of the Greater Miami
Friends of Israel will be held at
Solomon's home Sunday morning.
July 8. Outstanding community
leaders are being invited to the
breakfast session.
Among those who will take part
in the July 8 plenary meeting are
Akiva Goffer, general manager of
the Zim office in Miami Beach, and
Rabbi Mayer Abraniowitz. who re-
cently returned from Israel.
The fully air-conditioned SS
Jerusalem will offer two dance
bands, night club shows, an all-
English speaking crew, Euro-
pean-trained master chefs, and
lavish cosmopolitan cuisine during
the 12-day voyage.
"We intend to carry out the
thi me of our tourShalom cruise
by being peace ambassadors from
the United states to all of the for-
eign lands we visit," Solomon
said.
He pointed out that the vessel
has stabilizers for comfort in all
weather, radar and all the latest
aids to navigation and world-range
ireless telephones.
Solomon said national state and
local officials are bein; asked tc
participate in the Caribbean Good
will Tour, which he termed an-
other unique adventure in Greater
Miami's dynamic Jewish communal
life"
UNIQUE!
MAGNIFIQUE!
JARDir
SUISSE
RONEV PLAZA MOTEL
i3rl 3tr..l and Colin. *..-.
Mum, Baach
Gershwin Lodge
Elects Officers
Harry Herman has been elected
chancellor commander of George
Gershwin Lodge. Knights of l'y
thias
Other officers elected at a re
cent meeting include Frederick
Zeiger. vice chancellor: David
Gross, prelate; Coleman Sanders,
master at arms; William B. Reim
er. master of work; Oscar Kantor.
secretary; Milton Hurwitz. finan-
cial secretary; Irving Weinstein.
treasurer; Milton Meyers, inner
guard: Leo Novick. outer guard:
Harry Eilen. lodge deputy: and
Sam Ross, three-year trustee.
Max Marin was elected presi-
dent of the George Gershwin
Benevolent Assn. Others are Joe
Greenstone, vice president; Sam
ROSS, recording secretary; Stanley
Sponder. financial secretary; and
Murray Streiff. treasurer.
Board of directors of the associ-
ation includes Saul M. Jarrett, Isa-
dore Pomerantz, Irving Weinstein,
Milton Hurwitz, William B. Reim-
er. and Da\ e Brickel,
Mah Jongg Marathon
Shoshana chapter. B'nai R'rith
women, will begin its new summer
"Mah Jongg Marathon" on July 2
at the Cloverleaf Bowling Lanes,
17601 NW 2nd ave Both day and
evening sessions will be held. Mrs.
Bill Kurland and Mrs Marvin
Shurgin are in charge of informa-
tion.
Rabbi's Release
To be Marked
Tzcirei Agudas ."habad of Miami
Beach will sponsor a "Yud Bais
T&muz" luncheon on Sunday. July
8, 1 p.m.. at Kneseth Israel Social
Hall,
The luncheon will commemorate
the release of the late Lubavitcher
I i be, Rabbi J. I. Schneersohn,
from imprisonment in Russia The
rabbi was imprisoned for his tire-
|< effort-, on behalf of Judaism
in Russia
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EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
I read, with great interest, your
article on Miami's Cuban Jewish
colony and agree that a helping
hand should be stretched out to
our Cuban Jewish brethren.
I am happy, therefore, to offer.
CD behalf of Washington Federal
Savings and Loan Assn.. a meeting
room at our new Washington ave.
building.
This Community Meeting Room
has been especially built for the
purpose of accommodating such
worthy causes as mentioned in
your article.
ABRAHAM A. GRUNHUT
Vice President
Washington Federal Savings
and Loan Assn.
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Miami Delegates
Off to Confab
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LEGAL NOTICE
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11th CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADF
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CASE NO 62C !
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edfrj on rrel-'FooY.. *------* '
tlal ons, Vn D| tarnation I eague, '
id, to Israel irni ation il services,
elerai robl ms o(
outh, eil./ mship. and c i\ ic af-
fairs
Participating in the program
v ill be r\' Ambassador Phillip \i.
Klutznick; Label K;iiz. internation-
al president; and other distinguish-
ed leaders, National officials at-
tending from this area will be Bur-
nett Roth, chairman of the Florida
board <>! the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith; E Albert '..... Hrickeii vvemie, Miami, Florida
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NOTICE l> HEREBY GIVEN that*
I In undersigned, riesli na t.....g.i ..
in business undi r the ti. tit nun nx
'f PLANTATION RE8TACRANT
RETURN TO HEALTH THEIR DIVIDEND
allot, member of the national
l.oard of governors; and Nathan
!'< rlniiittcr. executive director "i
(he Florida ADL.
Pallot. chairman of B'nai B'rith's
national services for veterans pro-
crams, will present ;i report on
hospitalized veterans iii this area
I'allot is a former president of Dis.
trict Grand Lodge 5.
North Shore Auxiliary
North Shore Auxiliary. Jewish
War Veterans, will m e e t next
Wednesday evening at Washington
Federal Savings and Loan Assn
1133 Normandy dr.
Mt. Sinai Report Proves Progress
ML Sinai Hospital's 11th annual who received 18.982 days care. In 1961; the School of Practical
report, mailed to some 5.000 addition, there were 17.213 visits Nursing, which graduated 39 StU-
friends of the hospital in the com- to Ml Sinai's clinics, and these dents last year, and the Schools of
unity this week, features the visits were free or only partly paid Medical and X Rav Technology,
theme that the hospital is a non- for.
profit voluntary institution, "pro Tribute is paid to th* members
fits are measured in terms of the T^' rt'Port a|k states that plans of ,he Foundcrs club individuals
welfare of the Community, and a'<- 5UrnS' brlng consld -dividends" are the patients which ,h(' board for a convalescent cen ,)f $50,000 to the hospital, and to
the hospital helps restore to tfood ,cr- a research building, intensified tnc offieers board of trustees and
health. surgical and cardiac units, and a |jfe trustees, who plan and set
Max OroviU, chairman of Mt. ma'nU,na' budding, which will policy for the hoapital. A message
house a laundry, storeroom and is carripd in thc rt from |he
workshop.
th< 1 "lerk of Hi, < 'Iroull 1 "oiii 1 ,.r Dade
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OF PARTNERSHIP
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SI i.N ..1 I hi MIDWAY BAR
AI.KRED ANI'ERSON
Mi IRRIS l>RI PEER
HENRY \ KAMI'
Vttorne} for Mlduui Rar
':':'i Washington A>
Miami Hi .1. h, Florida
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Sinai board of trustees, mentions
in the report "that the board and
administration were always guid-
ed by our established tradition of
never turning away the sick and
those unable to pay for medical
care."
And J. Gerald Lewis, president
of the hospital, and Samuel Gert-
rttr, executive director, express
their thanks to the administra-
tive staff, all hospital employ-
ee*, medical staff, Women's
Auxiliary and the many individ-
uals actively supporting the hos-
pital program, for their com-
bined efforts during the past
year.
Lewis points oul thai "the aim
of our hospital 1- not a better bal-
ance sheel but a healthier com
munity," addii g thai "an endless
procession ol people from all walks
1 life from every race, color and
Mt. Sinai's Annual Report also
devotes a pictorial section to
hospital services, stressing that
: care of a patient ranges frum
' nursing to detailed housekeep-
ing; from pharmacy to medical
records; from special diets to
special attention; and empha-
sizes that care of the patient is
the focal point of all activities at
Mt. Sinai.
Praise and appreciation of the
Women's Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai
llosiptal. of which Mrs a. Herbert
Mathes is president, is recorde I
in the upon and -hows that .1
total ol 6 E rvice hours were
accumulated bj 400 "Pink Ladies'
during 1961.
\ section of tl: do
\ 1 led :n the hosp hin pr
1 a m, which i-r' ides th
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DACE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
NO 62C7005
MIKE KI.I.1S.
Plaintiff
-vs-
IEANNE ELMS
D< f, mlanl.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tl 1 Jeanne l-:ill>
'.'Kin 1.,.,'ilsl Slr.l
Phlladi Iphln, Pi nnaj Ivanln
You, JEANNE KM.is. are hereli>
mulfli il Mi 11 ,1 Rill ,.f Complainl f..>
Divorce has been filed agalna! you,
nnd you are required to Rerve 1 cop)
< your Answer Pleading to Ihi
Mill nf Complainl on the Plaintiff's
Milton B. .lacobson, who Btate8 attorney, stui.ai: ,v- ML'i'HNICK,
that "the medical staff is pleased
to report the past year as one of
excellent progress at Mt. Sinai."
NOTICE UNDER F.CTITIOUS
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NOTR'E IS HERKin MIVEN that
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I HARRY s .- i:t:\ |i'E I" \TH IN at
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rl I':nl. County, Florida.
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IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE
IITH JUDICIAL DISTRICT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. NO. 62C6628
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ORD.R OF PUBLICATION
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i) ..f .in h 1.- a 1 in the .-mt
for dl .. nist you, on plain-
W Kent Jameson,
NW -Hili .-i Miami, Florida, nnd
file << with the Clerk M
the Court on ..1 before ;'i'ili day of
July, 1962, or Judgment by default
will ii. entered agalnai you
Dated iliis 1Mb das of June, i'.<62.
E I' IJCATHERMAN
1 'I, 1 k nf 1 'ire tit i 'ourt
B) M 1 AVAI.AKIS
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president of the medical staff. Dr.
. eed, come to us for help, and dencj and intern 1
1 icy do nol come in vain This is
reflected in the financial report,
the highlight ol which is tin- facl
thai income from patient* was
$4,539,307, while expenses amounl
0 |4#l6.60e."
Gertner's comments Include the
hospital's statistics which p.nut
nr> thai during 1961 the hospital
provided 114,405 days of care for
14,558 patients, of whom 1,935
were medicallj indigent patients.
residents and l". i iti
Operating income and expenses
for 1961 are listed as a total in-
come of $4,539,307, and loss of
$377,300. Non-operating income
is listed as $202,500, depicting a
deficit for the year of $174,800
to be met through the board of
trustees activities during 1962.
In all, Mt Sinai Hospital'.- An-
leal li"Din-i for 1961 -hews a busj
1 1 larce segment of
1 id< 1 ing eniergenc.\.
iml clinic care, in addi
patients." interest in
welfare in the com
1 in.;..'. .: large, and progressive
>laiis on the part Hi the hospital's
oard for the future 11 was pre-
tared bj Sj l\ ia Papier, direi tor of
public n lations of Mt Sinai
Oe
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MRS LUCILLE LELCHUK
' Miami Beai h, .li. .1
i Tui Sh .mi, hen 80 > eai -
i.-iii Milwaukee, and tvn- mem-
1 1 aaa ih, Temple Menoi ah,
1 nal H 11' ii Home for 1 he v .1
and 'In Ai 11.. Miller Circle Auxlllm >
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and, 1 i- .1' thi,< ^.in-. Jai 1 >
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Inlands, Hi berl and Sheldon, i,.
brothem, Loula Temkln, Milwaukee,
d William Temkln, !..>.- Angelea,
two ltern, Mi- Sarah Halperln, Mi-
ami Beach, and Mra. Bhenka flaai
ii".. Israel and five grandrhlldren
Bervli wen w. dm Bdaj at H vej -ni.
11 rial < 'hai 1 I, N01 mand) lale,
burial In I^ake.-IU.- Memortal
l"ark.
There's a plot involving Cary Grant being worked out by Gig
Young, Doris Day and Audrey Meadows in this scene from
"That Touch of Mink." frolicsome romantic comedy in color,
currently showing at the Carib. Miami, Miracle and 163rd
Street Theatres.
Florida, and file the original A newer
r Pleading in the office of the Clerk
,.( the Circuit Court on or before the
'"ill da) ,.| July, 1962 If you fall
t<> .I.- no, judgment by default will be
., n attains! > mi for th\ ri Hi I de
mnnded In Ihe Mill of Complainl
Thl.- notii ahall I- publlahi .1 onci
each week for foui consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH I M IRIDIAN
1 n >N 1: wi' 1 iRl 1:1:1-: 11 at Miami,
hlorldn, ilii- STth da 1 of Jum \ 11
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Circuit Couel, 1 lade I'ounn Kloi Ida
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COl RT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 55253-A
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
IITH JUDICIAL DISTRICT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. NO 62C-63S3
I 'A I'H.NEE 1-1 ll'RTEEN,
II widow,
Plaintiff,
VVII.I.IAM 1 STONE and
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ml ERNE8T Vi H'NI.. anil
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AMENDED ORDER OF
PUBLICATION
Th William I Stone and
Pauline Stone, his if*-,
,- 1. V;ili I'mirtlaiul H,.t,'l,
142 w.si i!'tli Street,
Ni w Y.rk. Sew York
You are hereb> notified that an
.....11.led Mil of complaint for tho
foreclosure of .1 moruVaare haa been
filed nftalnsl you in the above styled
.....11 coverlna thi following describe
-.I |>ru|ii ru lo-wll
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\ THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE
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OF TLOR'DA IN AMD FOR DADE
COUNTY ,N CHANCERY.
NO 62C 6623
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HONK ANIl ORHERED ,,t Miami,
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I'Ml. KW1TNEY
120 Lincoln RU ,,
Miami Beach, Florida
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%  2 Friday, June 29. 1962 Jenitt nrricfirnr Page 5-B i< oi Pird of )i* ;'s so ol si. d Id, ol n* ul :>t n; ili. m oi in. T, I + ** Celebration Week at Washington Federal WASHINGTON FEDERAL Presents A Wonderful NEW World of Service for Savers! Announcing the Opening of Our New Building At 1234 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach VISIT DURING OPENING WEEKGET YOUR FREE AMERICAN FLAG! -• %  Here, right next door to where Washington Federal first opened for business less than 10 years ago, is the most modern Savings and Loan facility in this area. Everything —building, business machines, office equipment — represents the latest in planning and design for this type of facility. The only thing that isn't new is the friendly, personal service that has become a Washington Federal tradition. You are cordially invited to visit these new offices during opening week, July 2-6. Free flags and favors for everyone. Stop in and get acquainted. You are always welcome! Save by the 20th—earn quarterly dividends from the 1st. 1701 Meridian < v 1234 Washington 1 133 Normandy Dr. JE 8-8452 699 N.E. 167fh St. 945-7675 Open Mondays til 8 P.M. WASHINGTON FEDERAL ~ ~ S.1C! ••< LOIN tSSOOAIIOH 01 MUNI IUCN JACK 0 GORDON ARTHUR H C0URSH0N PrtSiOtnt Chnrmn of We Board



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Friday, June 29, 1962 Jel*tnrr/cifon J^jar t a luncheon following the worship service in the Empire room of the Eden Hoc hotel. • • Samuel Goldstein Rahbi Herbert Baumgard will otfieiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Samuel Phillip Goldstein on Saturday morning, June 30. at Temple "Beth Am. More Hauser Samuel Goldstein Samuel is the son of Mr. and Vrs. Harold Goldstein. A student in eolith grade at Palmetto Junlor High School, he plays alto sax( %  phone in the concert hand A star Scout, and a patrol leader, he is affiliated with Troop 502. His parents will host a luncheon reception in his honor following '.he service. Hugo Fiorato. one of the nation's outstanding conductors, and tlbert Dai'osta. brilliant young ti nor of the Metropolitan Opera Company, .-hare the Miami Beach "Fops" spotlight this Sunday evening for (he University of Miami ?ummer L'ymphony Orchestras fourth concert of the season at Miami Beach Auditorium. Fiorato. conductor of the famed N*HV York City TJallrt-t'omiwny >-chestra. will be making his fi urtil annual appearance here as ijliesl conductor of the Miami Beach Pops" Orchestra. Besides conflicting the New York City Ballet Orchestra, Fiorato has been a guesl conductor of the Symphony of the Ail Lewisohn stadium Symphony, National Symphony in Washington. D.C., the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, and most of the leading orchestras in Europe and Japan. As a violinist, Fiorato still performs with New York's WQXR Radio String Quaret, which he founded in 1947. His early mosieal training was with such outstanding teachers as Anna Rosenthal, Kae Chitte.iden. Em Smith, and Arnold Volpe, founder and first conductor of the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra. Immediately following his appearance here. Fiorato will fly to Los Angeles to join the New York City Ballet on its West Coast tour, including appearances at the Seattle World's Fair. Fiorato also is scheduled to tour Russia with the company cultural nounced the Sovic Fiorato musical Kreisler. HUGO flORATO this fall as part of the exchange program anby the United States and t L'nion. 's program will include a tribute to the late Fritz Austrian violinist -composer who died earlier this year. The Kreisler compositions include his "Liebeslied" and "Liebesfreud," plus the "Praeludium and Allegro," transcribed bj CM Symphony Orchestra conductor Fabien Sevitzky. Other orchestra works on the program are Ro sini's overture to "L'ltaliana in Algeri;*' the Minuet from String Quartet in E Major bj Boccherini; Benjamin Britten's "Matinees Musicales," based on the second suite of five movements from Rossini; and the concluding work on the program. Tchaikovsky's Fourth Sympnony finale DaCosta's selections are the arias Celeste Aida, from Verdi's "Aida." and Che Gelida Manina, from Puccini's "La Boheme." plus three Italian love songs, the popular "Mattinate," by Leoncavallo; "Corren Grato.' b< Cardillo; and Turna a Surriento." by Curtis DaCosta made his Metropolitan Opera Company debut as Walther in "Die Meistersinger" in 1956 His repertoire also includes such leading mies as "Lohengrin," "OteUo." Don Jose in "Carmen." Canio in "Pagliacci," and for the first time in 1957. the title role in Wagner's "Parsifal." Beach Airman Gets Promotion Joseph E. Polnsky. of Miami Beach, has been promoted to airman first class in the I'nited StateAir Force. Airman Polinsky. a graduate of New London iConn.i High School, is assigned to the 4135th Combat Defense Squadron as an air policeman at Kglm AFB m Florida He entered the service in October 1858. The airman's parents. Mr and Mrs Samuel Polinsky, live at Morton Towers Ninth. Miami Beach He and his wife, the former Bar : •'•" %  I ISailer, of London. Finland, have one daughter, Maxine Colony Theatre To Start MGM Gary Gostel Beth David Congregation will he the site of the Bar Mitzvah of GarySteven Gostel on Saturday morning, June 30. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will officiate. Gary will enter eighth grade at South Miami Junior High School in the fall. He has won trophies for his piano playing, and recently ap-j., the television program. 'MllCir ^hn Wr*nc<*' The Big Break." wwmwvmmm 4IIVITWU9C One of the most exciting stories of the year for lovers of great musI ical entertainment is the announcement by Harry Botwick, Southeastern regional supervisor of Florida Siate Theatres, of the presentation Of the "MGM Musical Showcase" series at the Colony Theatre, Lincoln Road Mall and Lenox ave., Miami Beach, starting Friday, and continuing for at least six weeks. Arnold Diax Arnold Diaz will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning. June 30. at Congregation Yehudah Moshe. Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz 'ill officiate Arnold is a student in eighth grade at North Miami Beach Junior High School. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Diaz, he has attended Popiel religious school for the past three years. Kiddush in his honor will be hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Diaz following the service. m WtySe A prexrntation of the „__,„ All Time GREAT OPERETT4S and musical production* from the Golden Age of MOTION PICTl 'RES I PLAYING VICTOR HERBERT'S IMttrt •*** *•"*"' Jeanetta MacDONALD NELSON EDDY nnuGjnv -p^-a rAW MWOA* rti* hop Plcl %  .""''i *•' mod. IRVING BERLIN'S {mm mm With Fltir Uwfir Mnier COLOR THRILL to the incomparable music Ru£lS, F 6 ^', Franz } eh <"' J"onn Strauss, Rudolph Fnml, Jerome Kern anri mnn. more .^COLONiTiiealre l.n.'.ln BJ Moll Miami laach Pk 11 1-1101 MIAMI BEACH CONCERTS 12th SEASON M.B. SUNDAY EVE., JULY 1, AT 8:30 P.M. HUGO FIORATO ALBERT DaCOSTA FADING TtNOR OF HlTROPOltTAN OPtKA CO. 'A Tribute to Friti Kreisler" ond Arias by Verdi, Puccini. SINGLE TICKET8: S1.2S to S3.7B at UM Sym. Off.. MO 1-4960: Aud.. JE 1-0477: Cordeliat FR J.51ZS| U-M Ticket Off.. FR 4-8308; Amidon'a HI 6-2114; Allpgio MuSlC Houit. 444.pif:. Opening the series will be the famous romantic duo of yesteryear. Nelson Eddy and Jeai MacDonald. in Victor Herbert's •Naughty Marietta." On the same poi-gram will be "Kaster Parade." starring Judy Garland, Fred Astaiie. Peter Law lord and Ann Miller, with the mu.-ic of Irving Berlin Among the memorable musical numbers in these two feaf tores are: 'Ah. Sweet Mystery of Life.' "I'm Falling in Love Witt Someone." "Easter P a r :i d e. Everybody's Dow' It." "Alabama J Choo Choo," and many others The second double-feature of the series stars Ann Blythe, Howard Kiel. Fernando Lamas. Bert l.ahr and Marjorie Main in Rudolf I'rinil's -Rove Marie." the story ol a wild young beauty of the woods tamed by a Canadian Mountie, and Mario Lanza in "Because You're Mine." with James Wh.t more and Doretta Morrow, In addition to the title snugs in each of these features are such wellremembered favorites as "Indian Love Call." "Love and Kisses.' and Mario Lanza running tire gamut from pop> to opera with such numbers as "Granada," "The Lord's Braver." -Be My Love." "Addio Addio." "Questa O Quella," and more. Other double-feature programs scheduled during the "MGM Muical Showcase" are Oscar Straus' 'The Chocolate Soldier." with "Till the Clouds Roll By." featuring the melodies of Jerome Kern and 13 Of the top stars of Hollywood: Sigmund Romberg's "The Student Prince." with "Words and Music." the life and music of Richard : Rogers aqd Lorenz Hart; Johann Straus' The Great Waltz." with "Kismet." from the BroadWa) play; and finally. Franz LelUr's The Merry Widow'' and "Hit the Deck." AUGUST BROS RVT L Ihn AIC1'< toeofadof... M^fLjO THE PLANTATION j ll/IrK 1401 Eo>l Beach Boulevard ^^^W al*# Hallondole, Florida •nmtio MIHUI SUM GIRLS! WOMEN! Now — A Private Key Club of Your Very Own! YES, MEN CAN BECOME ASSOCIATE MEMBERS OF THE NEW PlAYGIRl ClUB NOT OPIN TO GtNlKAl PUBLIC* ADMISSION BY PLAYOIRtKtYONLYI Return Completed Application Together with J 10.00 to: PLAYGIRL, INC 1 to; East Beach Boulevard, P. O. Box 35 Hallandale. Florida I hereby apply for membership key to the PLAYGIRL CUB rj agree lo abide by all rule* and regulations as set lorth by the Membership Committee. If this application is accepted 1 will receive an official PLAYGIRL Key entitling me to all privilege* at the PLAYGIKL CLUB. Full Name, Pleat* Prim). Home Addre*__^__ City Home Telephone.. Firm Mam* .Zon_ _State„ .Business) Telephone. Addre*. Cry -Zone. -State. %¡ F EMALE %¡ MALE. The information given here is correct and it confirmed by the return of this application. It is understood that this it not an application for credit. I hereby certify that I am 21 yean of age or oven SiglHllUItu


Friday, June 29, 1962
Jel*tnrr/cifon
J^jar As a gift to subscribers, The Jewish Fioridian will present free
fcr 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 place of the ceremony
home address and telephone number. The corsage will be
torwarded to you courtesy of Blackstone Flower Shops in time
tor the occasion.
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Fiorato, DaCosta Share Spotlight At Pops Sunday
Marc Hauser
Bar Mitzvah of Marc- Mauser will
take plaee on Saturday morning,
Jvne 30. at Temple Kmanu El,
with Rabbi living Lohrman of-
iu iatlng.
Son of Mr and Mrs Louis 11.
Hauser, Mare is a stttdeot in sev-
enth grade at Nautilus Junior High
9 hool. He has studied music [or
the past three years, and is inter-
feted in huildinc models.
Out-of-town relatives who will
he present are his maternal grand
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Sher-
man; aunt and uncle Mr and Mi-
Sgmund Weintraub; and another
:mnt and uncle. Mr and Mrs. Her-
man J. Sokoioff. all of Pennsyl-
vania,
The celebrant will he honored
>t a luncheon following the wor-
ship service in the Empire room
of the Eden Hoc hotel.
*
Samuel Goldstein
Rahbi Herbert Baumgard will ot-
fieiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Sam-
uel Phillip Goldstein on Saturday
morning, June 30. at Temple "Beth
Am.
More Hauser Samuel Goldstein
Samuel is the son of Mr. and
Vrs. Harold Goldstein. A student
in eolith grade at Palmetto Jun-
lor High School, he plays alto sax-
(phone in the concert hand A star
Scout, and a patrol leader, he is
affiliated with Troop 502.
His parents will host a luncheon
reception in his honor following
'.he service.
Hugo Fiorato. one of the na-
tion's outstanding conductors, and
tlbert Dai'osta. brilliant young
ti nor of the Metropolitan Opera
Company, .-hare the Miami Beach
"Fops" spotlight this Sunday even-
ing for (he University of Miami
?ummer L'ymphony Orchestras
fourth concert of the season at
Miami Beach Auditorium.
Fiorato. conductor of the fam-
ed N*hv York City TJallrt-t'omiwny
>-chestra. will be making his
fi urtil annual appearance here as
ijliesl conductor of the Miami Beach
Pops" Orchestra. Besides con-
flicting the New York City Ballet
Orchestra, Fiorato has been a guesl
conductor of the Symphony of the
Ail Lewisohn stadium Symphony,
National Symphony in Washington.
D.C., the Chicago Symphony Or-
chestra, and most of the leading
orchestras in Europe and Japan.
As a violinist, Fiorato still per-
forms with New York's WQXR
Radio String Quaret, which he
founded in 1947. His early mosi-
eal training was with such out-
standing teachers as Anna Ros-
enthal, Kae Chitte.iden. Em
Smith, and Arnold Volpe, found-
er and first conductor of the
University of Miami Symphony
Orchestra.
Immediately following his ap-
pearance here. Fiorato will fly to
Los Angeles to join the New York
City Ballet on its West Coast tour,
including appearances at the Seat-
tle World's Fair. Fiorato also is
scheduled to tour Russia with the
company
cultural
nounced
the Sovic
Fiorato
musical
Kreisler.
HUGO flORATO
this fall as part of the
exchange program an-
by the United States and
t L'nion.
's program will include a
tribute to the late Fritz
Austrian violinist-compos-
er who died earlier this year. The
Kreisler compositions include his
"Liebeslied" and "Liebesfreud,"
plus the "Praeludium and Allegro,"
transcribed bj CM Symphony Or-
chestra conductor Fabien Sevitzky.
Other orchestra works on the
program are Ro sini's overture
to "L'ltaliana in Algeri;*' the Min-
uet from String Quartet in E Major
bj Boccherini; Benjamin Britten's
"Matinees Musicales," based on
the second suite of five movements
from Rossini; and the concluding
work on the program. Tchaikov-
sky's Fourth Sympnony finale
DaCosta's selections are the
arias Celeste Aida, from Verdi's
"Aida." and Che Gelida Manina,
from Puccini's "La Boheme." plus
three Italian love songs, the popu-
lar "Mattinate," by Leoncavallo;
"Corren Grato.' b< Cardillo; and
" Turna a Surriento." by Curtis
DaCosta made his Metropolitan
Opera Company debut as Walther
in "Die Meistersinger" in 1956 His
repertoire also includes such lead-
ing mies as "Lohengrin," "OteUo."
Don Jose in "Carmen." Canio in
"Pagliacci," and for the first time
in 1957. the title role in Wagner's
"Parsifal."
Beach Airman
Gets Promotion
Joseph E. Polnsky. of Miami
Beach, has been promoted to air-
man first class in the I'nited State-
Air Force.
Airman Polinsky. a graduate of
New London iConn.i High School,
is assigned to the 4135th Combat
Defense Squadron as an air police-
man at Kglm AFB m Florida He
entered the service in October
1858.
The airman's parents. Mr and
Mrs Samuel Polinsky, live at Mor-
ton Towers Ninth. Miami Beach
He and his wife, the former Bar
: '"I I- Sailer, of London. Fin-
land, have one daughter, Maxine '
Colony Theatre
To Start MGM
Gary Gostel
Beth David Congregation will he
the site of the Bar Mitzvah of Gary-
Steven Gostel on Saturday morn-
ing, June 30. Rabbi Norman N.
Shapiro will officiate.
Gary will enter eighth grade at
South Miami Junior High School in
the fall. He has won trophies for
his piano playing, and recently ap-j.,
the television program. 'MllCir ^hn Wr*nc<*'
The Big Break." wwmwvmmm 4IIVITWU9C
One of the most exciting stories
of the year for lovers of great mus-
I ical entertainment is the announce-
ment by Harry Botwick, Southeast-
ern regional supervisor of Florida
Siate Theatres, of the presentation
Of the "MGM Musical Showcase"
series at the Colony Theatre, Lin-
coln Road Mall and Lenox ave.,
Miami Beach, starting Friday, and
continuing for at least six weeks.
Arnold Diax
Arnold Diaz will become Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday morning.
June 30. at Congregation Yehudah
Moshe. Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz
'ill officiate
Arnold is a student in eighth
grade at North Miami Beach Jun-
ior High School. Son of Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard Diaz, he has attend-
ed Popiel religious school for the
past three years.
Kiddush in his honor will be
hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Diaz fol-
lowing the service.
m
WtySe
A prexrntation of the
__, All Time
GREAT OPERETT4S
and musical production*
from the Golden Age
of MOTION PICTl'RES
I
PLAYING
VICTOR HERBERT'S
IMttrt *** *"*"'
Jeanetta
MacDONALD
NELSON EDDY
nnuGjnv
-p^-a rAW MWOA*
rti* hopPlcl,
.""''i *' mod.
IRVING BERLIN'S
{mm
mm
With
Fltir Uwfir Mnier
COLOR
THRILL to the incomparable music
RulS, F6^', Franz}eh<"' J"onn Strauss,
Rudolph Fnml, Jerome Kern anri mnn. more'
.^COLONiTiiealre
l.n.'.ln BJ Moll
Miami laach
Pk 11 1-1101
MIAMI BEACH
CONCERTS
12th SEASON
M.B.
SUNDAY EVE., JULY 1, AT 8:30 P.M.
HUGO FIORATO
ALBERT DaCOSTA
FADING TtNOR OF HlTROPOltTAN OPtKA CO.
'A Tribute to Friti Kreisler" ond Arias by Verdi, Puccini.
SINGLE TICKET8: S1.2S to S3.7B at UM Sym. Off.. MO 1-4960:
. Aud.. JE 1-0477: Cordeliat FR J.51ZS| U-M Ticket Off.. FR 4-8308;
Amidon'a HI 6-2114; Allpgio MuSlC Houit. 444.pif:.
Opening the series will be the
famous romantic duo of yester-
year. Nelson Eddy and Jeai
MacDonald. in Victor Herbert's
Naughty Marietta." On the same
poi-gram will be "Kaster Parade."
starring Judy Garland, Fred
Astaiie. Peter Law lord and Ann
Miller, with the mu.-ic of Irving
Berlin Among the memorable
musical numbers in these two fea- f
tores are: 'Ah. Sweet Mystery of
Life.'- "I'm Falling in Love Witt
Someone." "Easter P a r :i d e.
Everybody's Dow' It." "Alabama J
Choo Choo," and many others
The second double-feature of the
series stars Ann Blythe, Howard
Kiel. Fernando Lamas. Bert l.ahr
and Marjorie Main in Rudolf
I'rinil's -Rove Marie." the story
ol a wild young beauty of the
woods tamed by a Canadian Moun-
tie, and Mario Lanza in "Because
You're Mine." with James Wh.t
more and Doretta Morrow, In ad-
dition to the title snugs in each
of these features are such well-
remembered favorites as "Indian
Love Call." "Love and Kisses.'
and Mario Lanza running tire gamut
from pop> to opera with such num-
bers as "Granada," "The Lord's
Braver." -Be My Love." "Addio
Addio." "Questa O Quella," and
more.
Other double-feature programs
scheduled during the "MGM Mu-
ical Showcase" are Oscar Straus'
'The Chocolate Soldier." with "Till
' the Clouds Roll By." featuring the
. melodies of Jerome Kern and 13
Of the top stars of Hollywood: Sig-
mund Romberg's "The Student
Prince." with "Words and Music."
the life and music of Richard
: Rogers aqd Lorenz Hart; Johann
Straus' The Great Waltz." with
"Kismet." from the BroadWa)
play; and finally. Franz LelUr's
The Merry Widow'' and "Hit the
Deck."
AUGUST BROS rvt
L Ihn AIC1'<
toeofadof... M^fLjO
THE PLANTATION j ll/IrK
1401 Eo>l Beach Boulevard ^^^W al*#
Hallondole, Florida nmtio mihuiSUM
GIRLS! WOMEN! Now
A Private Key Club of Your Very Own!
YES, MEN CAN BECOME ASSOCIATE
MEMBERS OF THE NEW PlAYGIRl ClUB
NOT OPIN TO GtNlKAl PUBLIC* ADMISSION BY PLAYOIRtKtYONLYI
Return Completed Application Together with J 10.00 to:
PLAYGIRL, INC 1 to; East Beach Boulevard, P. O. Box 35
Hallandale. Florida
I hereby apply for membership key to the PLAYGIRL CUB rj agree
lo abide by all rule* and regulations as set lorth by the Membership
Committee. If this application is accepted 1 will receive an official
PLAYGIRL Key entitling me to all privilege* at the PLAYGIKL CLUB.
Full Name, Pleat* Prim).
Home Addre*__^__
City___________
Home Telephone..
Firm Mam*
.Zon_
_State
.Business) Telephone.
Addre*.
Cry------
-Zone.
-State.
.?FEMALE ? MALE.
The information given here is correct and it confirmed by the return of
this application. It is understood that this it not an application for credit.
I hereby certify that I am 21 yean of age or oven
SiglHllUItu



PAGE 1

Friday, June 29, 1962 J*n isfi fltricf/nn Page 11-B Miami Delegates Off to Confab Ilr-arlii rr iup ol men's dele: Districl rl I. i 5, B*n il B' v. hii • D.C from Ji j l to 4 \ Friedman, of preside) %  %  at< are exoected i from Ihe Oade count} area LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE 1\' TM E CmCU T COURT OP THE 11th CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADF i_OU\ fV. Fl ORIDA "JCHJNCbhY CASE NO 62C 'LARA C •. VKCI \, I' I I'RISTAN \ UARC1A. I %  i. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION l'i I; TR1ST VN \ OAKCIA "....-. %  \. fl •', I'll \'.Y > 'I TH v • flARCIA. i.l W.sl IH SI i %  • •.. \. %  ("it; S 'I in con vent i n will !• de• %  edfrj • on rrel-'FooY.. %  tlal ons, Vn D| tarnation I eague, • id, to Israel irni ation il services, elerai robl ms o( outh, eil./ mship. and c i\ ic affairs Participating in the program v ill be r\' Ambassador Phillip \i. Klutznick; Label K;iiz. international president; and other distinguished leaders, National officials attending from this area will be Burnett Roth, chairman of the Florida board <>! the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith; E Albert Hrickeii vvemie, Miami, Florida Intend* in resist ei HII 1,1 IIH in will I • H I 'III 2nd .\ % %  %  .1 j %  I w il be taki mi. ,! l • 1..1 thli • %  • .1 \\ • • i >•: i' i s %  %  ,::: Depu %  • _••. ; A I3-2H NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE l> HEREBY GIVEN that* I In undersigned, riesli na t g.i .. %  %  in business undi r the ti. tit nun nx • %  '•f PLANTATION RE8TACRANT RETURN TO HEALTH THEIR DIVIDEND allot, member of the national l.oard of governors; and Nathan !'< rlniiittcr. executive director "i (he Florida ADL. Pallot. chairman of B'nai B'rith's national services for veterans procrams, will present ;i report on hospitalized veterans iii this area I'allot is a former president of Dis. trict Grand Lodge 5. North Shore Auxiliary North Shore Auxiliary. Jewish War Veterans, will m e e t next Wednesday evening at Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn 1133 Normandy dr. Mt. Sinai Report Proves Progress ML Sinai Hospital's 11th annual who received 18.982 days care. In 1961; the School of Practical report, mailed to some 5.000 addition, there were 17.213 visits Nursing, which graduated 39 StUfriends of the hospital in the comto Ml Sinai's clinics, and these dents last year, and the Schools of %  unity this week, features the visits were free or only partly paid Medical and X Rav Technology, theme that the hospital is a nonfor. profit voluntary institution, "pro Tribute is paid to th* members fits are measured in terms of the T^' rt 'P ort a|k states that plans of he Foundcrs club individuals welfare of the Community, and a <5 Ur !" n S' brlng consld I.IIAY INN • 'IMIAMI RKSTA11I \NT CORP Ry .11:1:1 i.MI-: II VVE1NK I.E. I'r. -: WEINKLE a KESSI AM. ..n. > for Hnllda) Inn ..f Mi:inil i:. r.1.1 urunt 1 %  -1 1 Se> hold H ilUllnK. VI an 1 %  T •;. 13, .'" NOTICE OF D SSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP Xnlli %  • Is hen • ..„ ihi rln> of .1 mi H6S (hi |>artin ship oompoKi .1 of \ 1.1 RBH \\l >ER IN m 1 Mi 1RRIS HRITKER, tl ll< of MM i\\ A \ H \R. I"i %  • I 2 122 X K L'nd Avenue, Mlnnii, Eli rlda, .. dissolv .• M IRKIN I iRl 1 'K 1:1:. '.., %  |nu Iraw n from wild 11111 ln<-i i" liable 1,.1 n> nhl : iil'ii in the ruuir.. h AM ItED ANKERSI i.N ..1 I hi MIDWAY BAR AI.KRED ANI'ERSON Mi IRRIS l>RI PEER HENRY \ KAMI' Vttorne} for Mlduui Rar ':':'i Washington A> %  Miami Hi .1. h, Florida 1. 28 Sinai board of trustees, mentions in the report "that the board and administration were always guided by our established tradition of never turning away the sick and those unable to pay for medical care." And J. Gerald Lewis, president of the hospital, and Samuel Gertrttr, executive director, express their thanks to the administrative staff, all hospital employee*, medical staff, Women's Auxiliary and the many individuals actively supporting the hospital program, for their combined efforts during the past year. Lewis points oul thai "the aim of our hospital 1not a better balance sheel but a healthier com munity," addii g thai "an endless procession ol people from all walks 1 life from every race, color and Mt. Sinai's Annual Report also devotes a pictorial section to hospital services, stressing that : care of a patient ranges frum nursing to detailed housekeeping; from pharmacy to medical records; from special diets to special attention; and emphasizes that care of the patient is the focal point of all activities at Mt. Sinai. Praise and appreciation of the Women's Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai llosiptal. of which Mrs A. Herbert Mathes is president, is recorde I in the upon and -hows that .1 total ol 6 E rvice hours were accumulated bj 400 "Pink Ladies' during 1961. \ section of tl: • %  do \ 1 led :n the hosp hin pr %  1 a m, which i-r' ides th NOTICE OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DACE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO 62C7005 MIKE KI.I.1S. Plaintiff -vsIEANNE ELMS D< f, mlanl. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tl 1 Jeanne l-:ill> '.'Kin 1.,.,'ilsl Slr.l Phlladi Iphln, Pi nnaj Ivanln You, JEANNE KM. is. are hereli> mulfli il Mi 11 ,1 Rill ,.f Complainl f..> Divorce has been filed agalna! you, nnd you are required to Rerve 1 cop) %  •< your Answer ••' Pleading to Ihi Mill nf Complainl on the Plaintiff's Milton B. .lacobson, who B tate 8 attorney, STUI.AI: ,VML'I'HNICK, that "the medical staff is pleased to report the past year as one of excellent progress at Mt. Sinai." NOTICE UNDER F.CTITIOUS ME LAW I ill ". \ 1 %  lie I'll S'llK RE.' I )K 'M1VITZ HC'H EH : > ,1 • %  —.'. % %  ; 1:: NOTICE UNDER I TITIOUS NAME LAW SilTli'E IS I UIVKN I hat Hi || • 11 en %  Hin 1 A 11 [M 1,1 %  %  ni 1 1 R< RERT I ER.VI \N Ml 1.1 %  •• %  KER.VI VN IN A. II MER UT HVi RITZEH VEI.VN l'i. VRK Parl • • 1 11 NOTICE UNDER FACTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTR'E IS HERKin MIVEN that ,| I :.;•: %  • .. ,,. 01 i.ii-ii..-. %  mi,1. : tii. flriitlous name %  •I HARRY s .i:t:\ |i'E • I" \TH IN at N I %  %  Street, North Miami "< HI li. Kloi Ida Inli 1 register said iih Ihi i'l, 1., -.I the 1 'it, nit rl • %  I':nl. County, Florida. II VRRY I COHEN fc.IW VRH II TERRY Atlorni i foi 1 m 11. 1 -T N E. '.:.< .1 MI 1 Miami Shori PI %  .. 22, i9 '. 6, 13 IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE IITH JUDICIAL DISTRICT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. NO. 62C6628 !' ii ill \ III :\ AN l'i, Plaii tin \ s, HELEN .1 IIENANTI, I %  %  ORD£.R OF PUBLICATION I'o: Heli 1 nantl k n Ion \\ Wi -.111.1 li (Wi dland A\e • 'olutnbu* i.i' i %  1. ii. rebj not Ifled to serve i) ..f .in H 1.A • 1 in the .-mt for dl %  nist you, on plainW Kent Jameson, NW -Hili .-i Miami, Florida, nnd file << %  with the Clerk M the Court on ..1 before ;'i'ili day of July, 1962, or Judgment by default will ii. entered agalnai you Dated iliis 1Mb das of June, i'.<62. E I' IJCATHERMAN 1 'I, 1 k nf 1 'ire tit i 'ourt B) M 1 AVAI.AKIS I %  put)' C|..|k tl : '. 11 president of the medical staff. Dr. eed, come to us for help, and dencj and intern 1 1 icy do nol come in vain This is reflected in the financial report, the highlight ol which is tinfacl thai income from patient* was $4,539,307, while expenses amounl 0 |4#l6.60e." Gertner's comments Include the hospital's statistics which p.nut nr> thai during 1961 the hospital provided 114,405 days of care for 14,558 patients, of whom 1,935 were medicallj indigent patients. residents and l". i iti Operating income and expenses for 1961 are listed as a total income of $4,539,307, and loss of $377,300. Non-operating income is listed as $202,500, depicting a deficit for the year of $174,800 to be met through the board of trustees activities during 1962. In all, Mt Sinai Hospital'.Anleal li"Din-i for 1961 -hews a busj 1 1 larce segment of 1 id< 1 ing eniergenc.\. • iml clinic care, in addi patients." interest in welfare in the com 1 in.;..'. .: %  large, and progressive >laiis on the part Hi the hospital's oard for the future 11 was pretared bj Sj l\ ia Papier, direi tor of public n lations of Mt Sinai Oe ituaries MRS LUCILLE LELCHUK Miami Beai h, .li. .1 i Tui Sh .mi, hen 80 > eai %  I.-III Milwaukee, and tvn. %  mem1 %  • %  1 aaa ih, Temple Menoi ah, 1 nal H 11' ii Home for 1 he v .1 and 'In Ai 11.. Miller Circle Auxlllm > • 1 he Elkr She 1.... .1 lij her and, 1 i- .1' thi,•< %  ^.in-. Jai 1 > 1 111 • • 1 nagei %  Haj llarboi Inlands, Hi berl and Sheldon, i,. brothem, Loula Temkln, Milwaukee, d William Temkln, !..>.Angelea, two §ltern, MiSarah Halperln, Miami Beach, and Mra. Bhenka flaai ii".. Israel and five grandrhlldren Bervli %  %  wen w. dm Bdaj at H vej -ni. 11 rial < 'hai 1 I, N01 mand) lale, burial In I^ake.-IU.Memortal l"ark. There's a plot involving Cary Grant being worked out by Gig Young, Doris Day and Audrey Meadows in this scene from "That Touch of Mink." frolicsome romantic comedy in color, currently showing at the Carib. Miami, Miracle and 163rd Street Theatres. Florida, and file the original A newer %  •r Pleading in the office of the Clerk ,.( the Circuit Court on or before the '"ill da) ,.| July, 1962 If you fall t<> .I.no, judgment by default will be • .,• n attains! > mi for th\ ri Hi I de mnnded In Ihe Mill of Complainl Thl.notii • ahall Ipubllahi .1 onci each week for foui consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH I M IRIDIAN 1 N >N 1: wi' 1 iRl • 1:1:1-: 11 at Miami, hlorldn, iliiSTth da 1 of Jum \ 11 l!i2, 1: M l,KATHERM VN I'll ik, Circuit Couel, 1 lade I'ounn Kloi Ida (seal) M< K M I.YM \\ I'. put) 1 "li rk IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COl RT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 55253-A IN Rl '-i.il. of M \K1 H. I OH N Si .\ NOTICE TO C"!EDITORS r. • %  •.• %  r.„- aniT'.M' I' I .! I'-l || 5 ,1. %  lo present 111 1 mil ilelinsl Hi -1 MAin 1: JOHNSON 1 II \ %  VI VIMIK \ %  • CI.AI UK M M.\i:xi:s III rni foi 1 %  \ !l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \| "TICK is HRRKTVY niVKN that % %  Lie 1 of IMPERIAL s 1 \ 1 %  'In Clrciill 1 ..,11 • : I %  ni. MIK i: MITNIK Ml.) h ITT SI'UINI! ...... NOTCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni 'Tl 1' is HKRKKT UIVKN thai indei em .1. di sii Ina m %  naaai 1 mi.I. Il lllous 11 1111.. of MI:\ 1 v\ I'Mi'ss ... Kane 1 'on"" • • Miami Ri ... ii. I-' la. Intends In realstei said nanu with Ihi Clerk Ihi Circuit Court ol Dade County, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE IITH JUDICIAL DISTRICT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. NO 62C-63S3 I 'A I'H.NEE 1-1 ll'RTEEN, II widow, Plaintiff, VVII.I.IAM 1 STONE and I'.U I.IM-: STONE, hi^ mi. : ml ERNE8T Vi H'NI.. anil \ I.ICI: Vi'iNi;, inw it,-, I '• 1. inlantAMENDED ORDER OF PUBLICATION TH William I Stone and Pauline Stone, his if*-, ,1. 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Friday, June 29, 1962 tmlsii nrrMirtr Pane 11-A July 23 Next Legal Hurdle for Branch Donald Branch, convicted here > %  Thursday of handUn expl ises, and ••( %  : tenced to >\ j• ars, nov waiting for Julj 23 Tins will be another important ( ite in Branch's life. On thai day, : i 26-year-old former cil> wati r employee faces trial on another >arge—thai of bombi Bay l'oint home of Don Shoemaker, i litor of the Miami Hera! I, back l-'c bruarj. The Dade Cour.ty State A'tornty's Office succes-'ully prosecuted Branch in *he court of Judge Gene Williams on the charge that he had plotted with an undercover Miami pol-ceman the bombing last Apr. 28 of Anshe Ernes Congregation, a small synagogue at 2533 SW 19th ave. The jury, which previously heard 1; pe recordings of conversations Branch had with Stefan Pkimach i:. the undercover agent, deliber;i oil less than three hourbefore bringing in the verdict. Observers here said the tape recording, iilled with vicious and lewd ami S< mitic references, proved the I oseeution's i o n t e n t i n that Branch was guilt) of possessing : transporting explosives. Judge Williams sentenced Branch ti serve three years on each count, with the sentences running const cutively. DOV/UD BRANCH trips over "gome" Earlier, Walter Gwinn, defense attorney, hail sought a chan venue for his client on the grounds that Braoch would he unable to receive a fair trial in Dade counts D*de County State Attorney Richard Gerstein called the verdict a "trii.mph." Gerstein, along with a number of othr prominen' Jews in the South Florida area, were alleged targets of an assassination plot by Branch, Michael Babey, and Gecrge Victer. July 4 Rally Set on Beach Miami Beach Lodye of B'nail Frith will hold its annual Fourth 1 ci July community-wide rally at the Flamingo Park Bandshell. according to chairman Joseph L. Goodman. Principal speakers will he former Stn. Clan e pepper. Democratic nominee for Congress, and Metro Commission chairman, Alex Gordon. Miami Beach Councilman 1\ elvin Richard and Miami Vice Mayor Henry Balaban will extend greetings, Theodore Trushin. president of the lodge, will introduce other city and county dignitaries following the invocation by I)r Irving Lehrman The Jewish War Veterans will provide an honor guard. A 2u-piece band provided by the Musicians' Inion will play. Rev. R. Wiley tiie benediction Scott will offer Babey and Victer were released i %  !!_ the original sensational KDOSI latl in May oi tile trio's activities in the Minute Man group %  ) which they belonged here The oi ; %  u :subsequently linked with I. 1 American Nazi Party, when \fetr police found Nazi literature a' Branch's home sent from Arling;< n, Va headquarters of George 1.1 u c o l n Rockwell's anti-Semitic ; I'ltrty, as w ( il as "files" on Jews But Judge Williams cautioned' the prosecution to distinguish be-, tween the trio's "political" affiliations and the specific dynamite charges. It was this that has. at hast temporarily, got Babey and "victer off the hook Nevertheless, the "political" aspect of the case is what tripped up Branch. Undercover policeman. Plumacher. mfiltrated the Minute Man group to befriend the trio. Branch subsequently plotted with Plumacher, a German-born American citizen, the bombing of Anshe Ernes Congregation, which the police foiled. In his defense, Gwinn contended that Branch knew all along Plumacher was really a policeman, and 'hat he was "kidding Plumacher along" for a "game." Gwinn also contended in Branch's behalf that the State Attorney had no case because h's client never touched or possessed the dynamite and that an officer had coerced" Branch into participating in the bombing in order to catch him in an illegal act. Following the sentencing of Branch, in a direct slap at Plumacher. Gwinn declared that "no good American" would ever be ini volved in such "tale-telling" un-1 derhanded police tactic -. The July 23 case is a far more serious one. 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Friday. June 29, 1962 Jrn /•* ttwk&Mi Page _9-B^ Jtyctr -ill officiate Arnold is a student in eighth grade at North Miami Beach Junior High School. Son of Mr. and Mrs, Leonard Diaz, he has attended Popiel religious school for the past three \ ears Kiddush in hihonor will be hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Diaz following the service. Hugo Fiorato. one of the nation's outstanding conductors, and Ubert DaCosta, brilliant young •' nor of the Metropolitan Opera I Company, share the Miami Beach Pops'" spotlight this Sunday even-] I ing for the University of Miami I Summer Eymphony Orchestra's fourth concert of the season at Miami Beach Auditorium. Fii ralo. conductor of the fam% %  N*w York City ftallet-4'nntfMny Orchestra, will be making his fourth annual appearance here as .iiest conductor of the Miami Beach Tops" Orchestra. Besides contacting the New York City Ballet Orchestra. Fiorato has been a guest conductor of the Symphony of the Air, Lewisohn Stadium Symphony, National Symphony in Washington, D.C., the Chicago Symphony Or chestra, and most of the leading orchestras in Europe and Japan. As a violinist, Fiorato still performs with New York's WQXR Radio String Quaret, which he founded in 1947. His early musi. cal training was with such outstanding teachers as Anna Rosenthal, Ka f e Chittenden, Em Smith, and Arnold Volpe, founder and first conductor of the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra. Immediately following his appearance here. Fiorato will fly to Los Angeles to join the New York City Ballet on its West Coast tour, including appearances at the Seattle World's Fair. Fiorato also is scheduled to tour Russia with the HUGO FIORATO company this fall as part of the cultural exchange program announced by the United States and the Soviet Union. Fiorato' program will include a musical tribute to the late Fritz Kreisler, Austrian violinist-composer who died earlier this year. The Kreisler compositions include his "Liebeslied" and "Licbesfreud." pins the "Praeludium and Allegro," transcribed by I'M Symphony Orchestra conductor I'abien Sevitzky. Other orchestra works on the program are Rossini's overture to "L'ltallana in Aigeri." the Minuet from String Quartet in E Major b\ Boccherini; Benjamin Britten's "Matinees Musicales," based on ine second suite of live movements from Rossini; and the concluding work on the program, Tchaikovsky's Fourth Symphony finale DaCosta's selections are the arias. Celeste Alia, from Verdi's "Aida." and Che Gelida Manina, from Puccini's "La Boheme." plus three Italian love songs, the popular "Mattinate," by Leoncavallo; "Cbrren Grato," bj Cardillo; and Turna a Surnento." by Curtis DaCosta made his Metropolitan Opera Company debut as Walther in "Die Meistersingi r" in 1956. His repertoire also mil ides such leading roles as "Lohengrin," "Otello." Don Jose in "Carmen." Canio in "Pagliacci." and [or the first time in 1957. the title role in Wagner's "Parsifal." Colony Theatre To Start MGM 'Music Showcase' One of the most exciting stories A presentation of the _„. All Time GREAT OPERETTAS and musical productions from the Golden Ace of MOTION PICTURES NOW PLAYING I VICTOR HERBERT'S t„,t. "••"• *•""'* j.anette MacDONALD HEIS0H EDDY nftUGHJV, „,-. rAMK Mt**** and C att of Thouta ru THRILL to the incomparable music o %  255? Herbert > Franz Le "or, Johann Strauss. "'' Jerome Kern and many more The happiest muilcol ever morf IRVING BERLIN'S FtSTFBPlRlw: mam With M Iwfiri XH Miitir COLOR : & COLONY Tiealre Liaeala. HI Moll Miami leach %  • H 1-1J0J MIAMI BEACH SUNDAY EVE., JULY 1, AT 8:30 P.M. HUGO FIORATO ALBERT DaCOSTA HADING TWO* Of AiFTROPOlfTArV OPERA CO. "A Tribute to Friti Kreisler" and Arios by Verdi, Puccini. 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"Alabama Choo Choo," and many others The second double-feature of the seru~ stars Ann Blythe. Howard Keel, Fernando Lamas. Bert l.ahr and Marjorie Main in Rudolf Friml's "Ro^e Marie." the story i i a wild young beauty of the wood-tallied by a Canadian Mounlie, and Mario Lanza in "Because You're Mine" with James Whitmore and Doretta Morrow, in addition to the title songs in each of these features are such wellremembered favorites as "Indian Love Call," "Love and Kisses.' and Marii Lanza running the gamut trom pepto < pera with such numbers as "Granada," "The Lord's Prayer," "Be My Love." "Addio Addio," "Questa O Quella," and more. Other double-feature programs scheduled during the "MGM Mus-I ical Showcase" are Oscar Straus "The Chocolate Soldier." with "Till the Clouds Roll By." featuring the melodies of Jerome Kern and 13 Of the top stars of Hollywood: Sigmtind Bomberg's "The Student Prince." with "Words and Music." the life and music of Richard Rogers and Lorenz Hart; Johann Strau.-' "The Great Waltz," with "Kismet." from the Broariwax play; and finally. Franz Lehar's The Merry Widow" and Hit the Deck." H*L %  Sfcr, ToGUST BROS Rv F CAic 6ES? ^f %  HOW OPIN! ACCEPTING CHARTER MEMBERSHIPS FOR A UMiVED TIME! Tr*pm& locotodot... fJf/JP THE PLANTATION t ^ J i ** tm 1401 Eo.t Beach Boulevard ^^^f kJ Hollondale. Florida •UMITIO Mi*tiaSHif> C/IS! WOMIN! Now A Private Key Club of Your Very Own'. YES, MEN CAN BECOME ASSOCIATE MEMBERS OF THE NEW PlAYGIRl ClUB NOT OPIN TO GfNlHAL PUBLIC'ADMISSION BY PLAYQIRlKirONiYI Return Completed Application Together with $10.00 to: PLAYGIRL, ING HOI East Beach Boulevard, P. O. 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Friday, Jure 29. 19S2 /en/sf fhrkBar) Page 3-A Marseilles Teems With Tragedies of Displaced By IH -ING R. DICKMAN \i\; %  LLES—On Wednesday morning, June 5. Lucien M. left his apartment in the Bah~el-Otied quarter ni Algiers at 6:30 a.m., athough he were going to work as usual. Around the corner however, he hailed,a.,cab, first making contain that the driver was not an OAS (French Secret Army] man. From a friend's .-tore, where he had left them, he loaded two suitcases into the cab. A ew minutes later, his ife an four children came ..round i*corner, and got into me cab without a word. All the ay to the dock, the M f.unih ke] looking nervously be hind thl and te each side." The two younger children crouched >u th. dear of the cab. When they gol I the dock, they found il guards* by two lines of police Mih sub-machine guns, Hut they lid not b> gin to relax — even a little — -il they were actually aboard the ship. Lucier 'A., 51, his wife and four children, were Among the 6,000 Algerian refugees who reached Marseille on Thursday, June 6. Some 3,000 came aboard three ships, the rest by plane. Among the 6X00 there were an estimated 500 or 600 Jewish refu| gees. The M.'s are Jews who trace tbjSJC stay in North Africa back for generations. Their Spanish name indicates that they maywell be descended from Jews who left Spain at the time of the Inquisition. For I.ucien. this was his second trip to France in a little over six months. As far back as last November, he had seen the shadow of coming events. At that time, he had come to spend four days with his cousin, a French army non com. He is a skilled restorer of antique furniture. He spent the entire four days looking for work in Marseilles and the surrounding area. When he could not find any, he returned to Algeria and hopelessness The M s lived, not too badly, in a municipal housing develop -*Golda Denies Israel is Having Problems With Kennedy Guard Conto-jed from Page 1A claiming a state of war against a low m< • ber of the United Na Rons." Foreigi Ministry budget esti; ites hi •• been raised to 14136.OOU.OOO $12,000,000) for this fiscal year as i % %  tsl a budget of l£20,i i 66 886) for the preMrs. Meir said the make possible increased vities in international cultural relationand as well a> the roadening of Israel's intention, such one-sided appeals were bound to distort the image of Israel as a peace-loving country." She warned again that repeated Arab threats of war against plans to harness the waters of the .lorulan River would not affect implementation of Israels internal proleits She said that the develop m. nt of Israel and the integration of its immigrants were Dot dependent on the attitude of the Arab countries. 45,000 Jews Flee Algeria JTA—By Direct Teletype Wire PARIS—An official of the central Jewish welfare agency in France reported Monday night that an estimated 40.000 to ti.000 Jews have been among the Algerians pouring into France in the last few weeks. Julien Samuel, executive director of the Fonds Social Juif Unifie, ; made the report at the close of a two-day meeting of the Standing Conference on European Jewish Community Services. At the same session. Dr. Astorre %  Mayer, of Milan, president, report1 ed that Jewish communities of 1 seven European countries had con-' tributed S150.000 to a joint fund sponsored by the conference to, help Algerian and other North African Jewish refugees. ment. After the French Government-FI.N (Algerian independence movement) agreement, they were forced to move for safety Into the Bab el-Oued quarter, which was now completely European. As life became more difficult, Mrs. M. had to go to work as a scrubwoman in a hospital. It took extreme courage for the M.'s to leave. Aside from the dangers, they did not dare to sell anything they owned. Refrigerator, furniture — anything that would not fit into one of their two suitcases — was simply left in the apartment. In Marseilles, Lucien's cousin me* them. There were also representatives of the FonWs Social Juif Unifie, the French Jewish welfare organization, which is subsidized by the Joint Distribution Committee, with United Jewish Appeal funds. In the huge landing shed in Marseilles, someone asked Lucien about his plans. From the docks, he was going with his family to spend the Shavuot weekend ii his cousin's already-crowded home. After that? "My future." I.ucien said bleak ly. "is four days long In one way. the M family is happier than many who are arriving. Among the 5.000 to 6.000 refu gee.arriving in Marseilles dally, there are many instances of mothers with three or four small children traveling without husband and lather The lather has stayed behind, either from fear or from a desperate hope that he can sell enough of his business or household goods to give him a new start in France. These fatherless family groups often need immediate financial help— the French Government, which is making financial provision for the Algerian "repatriates." does not yet pay the repatriation allowance unless the head of the family is also in France. Representatives of the voluntary agencies speak most highly of the cooperative attitude of the French authorities, who have cut red tape, and the consequent waiting at the dock and the airfield, to a minimum. Everywhere on the docks are the brassards of the French Red Cross, the Salvation Army, the Secours Catholique, the Acceuil Protestant, and the FSJU, identified by the words Secours Israelite-Jewish aid. Boy Scouts in uniform carry packages and valise:; they and other volurvit.i-% deal with the miny wheelchair and stretcher cases To helo t.'ie harassed mothers during the landing procedure, the volunteers bring children and infant* to a pouponnerie (nursery) which has been set up by the Red Cross in a large sunny room in th landing shed. The proportion of Jews among the refugees is nearly always about 10 percent, the same ratio as exists in Algeria itself Most of the Algerian Jews will be staving in France for the time being. For one thing, ihev feel that knowing the language will give them a head-start toward a new life But one of the groups comin? in on Thursday consisted of eleven Halutzim, aged 14 to 18. who will get their training at a "haehshara" near Toulouse before going on to Israel. FREE ISRAEL BOOK 45 PICTURES AND MAP OF ISRAEL WITH PURCHASE OF YUBAN THE SIMCHA COFFEE AT YOUR LOCAL STORE or Enclose label from Instant Yuban or snip of tin wraparound from Regular Yuban with your name and address and send to JEWISH FLORIDIAN P.O. 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Friday, June 29. 1962 +JmM fkrkitor) Pag 5-A NCRAC Condemns Soviet Anti Jewish Policies Continued from Pago 1 A nation against American Jews rslced Congress to enact a provision in the pending foreign aid bill -equiring the President to report ennually on progress made in eliminating such discriminations. The resolution proposed a four) oint program lo "preserve the incj;rity of American' citizenship" continuously challenging through :',plomatic channels, flagrant vio.itions of the rights of American citizens; by ending the screening Citizens for Government service broad on racial or religious grounds; by rejecting provisions in ; II treaties and executive agreei nts denying to American clti.rights of employment, travel • .trade because of race or religion calling on federal and state ;.nt. • nci< s nol to yield to i : ligious or racial prejudice <>f untr es in the hiring and it <>i Americans. In its rest luti i on the Middle situa.i a. lh< onfi renci : thai i.. h • ; i voc it.on by Ai i sti i dims the pro p el pi .. • tli, Middli K ist." It verted ll at the 11 ntinued unde i arcd Arab warfare a lii s1 Israel gers Lhe stability i; the Middle East, but constitut< critical threat to world peace Tin re.-,.hit ion noted President Kennedy's affirmation two years of the nee I for seeking perma. nt settlement in the Middle Bast, but pointed cut that "recent sens by United States represents-1 ves m the United Nations have 01 only emboldened Arab aggressrs. but have been inconsistent with i President*.* pronouncement. The United States, as the leader of i free world should be in the van) card of world opinion in pressing for an Arab-Israel peace. Our| country must stand up against • Iligerency. provocation, hostility i and threat." The resolution urged the United Mates Government to "pursue a olicy both within and without the ted Nations, which rejects all rms of aggression an.I which will ke it clear to all governments the Middle Bast, that we do • condone war and thai peace is %  major goal of American policy the region." The so-called shared time" plan • r which pupils in parochial -thools would be permitted to use b>lic school facilities, was overI Imingly rejected here by the liar) session after the plan had pen termed a "tragic betrayal of r public schools." The plan had been offered as a compromise that would permit federal aid to parochial schools without infringement of the principle cf separation of church and state. Proponents of the plan ">ad also argued that the scheme would also help break down barriers between pupils in the public schools and the parochial schools by bringing them together in some classroom sessions in •he public schools. The 250 delegates and guests at '•nding the session of the national I < ncy had been urged by Dr David G. Salten. noted educator. i give careful consideration to the on the grounds that "any plan which minimizes the tendency to rd social stratification and promIflVIS H. WEINSTEIN ises some reduction In interreliginus conflict, deserves the most painstaking consideratu • The NCRAC action followed a long iscussion in which delegates trom Hartford, Connecticut, and Kansa > Cit; d< set ibed the unsatisfactory operation of the shared time" plan there. Although the l Ian has been discussed extensively in Jewish. Protestanl and Catholic circles over the last year or more, the action here was held the first rejection of the propo.-a I on a national 1CM! Lewis H. Weinstein, NCRAC chairman, explained the agency's positions. "While shared time may not violate the constitutional separation between church and state, it would impair and in the end violate our American public school system," he said. He expressed doubt that the proposal would resolve the controversy over government aid to parochial schools. "There is no reason to expect that those who have been demanding inclusion of parochial in a federal aid program withdraw their demand just be cause a few communities adopt the new plan,' 1 he asserted "It i? likely that the demand.-, would continue and the net result would be an increased financial burden on the public school system rather than amelioration ol Its critical needs Weinstein further charged that the shared time in practice would lead to the greatest divisiveness He said the new plan would be "a Iragic betrayal of our public schools." These are the institutions on which we have relied for generations tor the preparation of our young people for citizenship, for effective participation in our society," he declared. "This is an obligation of our democracy. We cannot abandon it to a variety of religious bodies, a variety ol value systems unless we are prepared to abandon our convictions about the values that a? Americans we hold In common." A ringing affirmation of faith in the future of American Jewry was offered here by two American Jewish leaders in replies before the plenary session to utterances by Prime Minister David Ben-Gcrion. "American Jewish life has never been more visible, more viable and more vibrant than it is today," Rabbi Maurice | Eisendrath, president of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, told he delegates. "This is our best answer to those prophets of doom such as the Prime Minister of Israel and others who negate the American Jewish future." "These negators of the Diaspora misread both American democracy and the American Jew," he said. "While the people of the Slate of Israel and American Jewry are indissolubly linked as an historic. people, recent highly publicized misunderstandings demonstrate that we have a long way to go in building the kind of reciprocal cultural religious and spiritual bridge which is essential to our mutual survival." Irving Kane, president of the ( Council of Jewi.-h Federations and Welfare Funds, similarly rejected be "defeatist view" of the American Jewish future and the assumption of •'some observers" that American Jewry was "doomed to a sterile assimilation." "The hard fact." said Mr. Kane. ithat on this continent we have n ached the stage of 'do-it-yourself.' Even if the European centers of learning and culture still flourished, it was perhaps inevitable that the substance and forms which would give the fullest m e a n I n g to the needs of American Jews living in the American environment would have to be developed here." "Israel, to be sure, can and will deepen the content of our lives, our communal purpose, but American Jewry cannot live culturally an." spiritually as a parasite on a body 6 000 miles away." he said. "The goals and values of Jewish life remain fairly constant: To live creatively as Jews, to fulfill our obh gations to our fellow Jews here and in Israel and in other lands and to our fellow-men everywhere, to make our maximum contribution to American democracy, to to the faith of our fathers and to live by the ethical standards of cur faith. In this we have done pretty well as a whole." Both speakers participated with Prof. Horace Kallen in a symposium on "Jewish Life in the Free Plural Society—Achieving a Balance Between Integration as Distinctive Separateness." Dr. Kallen, research professor in Social Philosophy at the New School for Social Research in New York, discussed the implications of "pluralism" in An-erica, a term it is said he coined 50 years ago in his writings en the nature of America. Lewis H. Weinstein. ol Boston, was reelected chairmar of the NCRAC. Vice chairmen ejected were Louis Feinmark. ol New Haven; Julian Freeman, of Inuianapolis; Marcus Ginsburg, cl Ft. Worth. Tex.: Aaron Goldman, of Washington: and Herbert A. Leland. of San Francisco. Jcstph X. Yaffe, of Philadelphia, was elected treasurer; and William B. Schwartz. Jr.. of Atlanta, secretary, [saiah M Minkoff i.executive director. %.*Ai A tree grows in Israel planted by chairman-director, Wendell Jarrard, of the Florida Development Commission, while en = visit to the young country. Cooperating in Israel's leioiestration program, Jarrard plants a pine seedling while an Israel tourist director and nursery assistant look on. The bcrschools maintain our religious and cultural j re n plain, near Jerusalem and the new Hadassah Kospitcl. would integrity. In short, to keep faith is being planted in trees by willing tourists, glad to pcy $2.53 a tree to aid the program. with the American idea, to be true Don't smoke another cigarette until you learn what waive can do for your taste! Abductors' Go Free in Israel Continued from 1 A •he rabbi and others was "a con:oction of fact and fancy." d thai .i form* r m mber of Komit. be tried for perjurj The itor conceded thai his case eei I ased main)) on the ti 5 ol Kugler prosecutor told the court he lid ask cancellation of the Mendel I I 1 kid -• and holding anther youth. Yisroel Vinnik. 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Page 10-A vJenist fkrtdTi&r Friday. June 29, 1962 Nine Years of Scholarship Brought to Fruition Nine years ol h rship i ting to fruition tot a South i spiritual leader E irly in .line. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard, i l Temple l>< ,; h Am, earned Ms • ir of Hel rev Letti rs de ree • m Hebrew L'nion College J \ ish Institute ol Religion in • famed rabbinic school's; Neil 'i rk headquarters ,r..l now, the college is plan%  rig to publish Rabl i Baum sis as i si lificant contribution Biblical sti dy, '.' !•..' Beth Ai i lei der's work was ler world-fame Dr. Harry Or• -k'. and e litor-in-chief the ne .\ Jew ish Publics Ion r ti insl ition of • I the onlj Ji i %  h a holar on I • hoar,I of thi Pn lestant revisstandard translation, Dr. Baumcard smiled with a -A arm kind of amused tolerance. "My work is no ear'h-shatteri-.g to the extent that it will r-elp solve oi.r community problems," he declared. "But it is exciting to me, and I am satisfied that Dr. Orlinsky feels I t-ave done some worthwhile scholarship." The "worthwhile scholarship" 1 which the spiritual leader mo.i•.-'ly ret erred is his study into %  '%  meaning ol the Hebrew word • v." which is generally translated as "good." This took him i the pre-Biblical world of the DR. NBriMT BAUMGARD worthy scholarship Assyrians and Bablylonians. More specifically, it centered on Akkad and the Akkadians, a proto-Semltic culture near Sumeria about 2000 B.C.E. ""This nisi great civilization of the area." Rabbi Baumgard explained, "used the word "tabu' in a particularly singular way. Actually, it is an Akkadian cognate of the Hebrew tov' more than its specific antecedent. And it was the genius of the ancient Hebrews to partake of the mythical and mystical meaning ol 'tabu' within the context o| their subsequent mom thi istic teachings Accor mg to Rabbi Baumgar I. the Akkadian word suggests an affirmative d< < isii n ol Ihe gods in i hi I adian C un< il ol Greal Gods It is. in fact, the kind ol lore thai ri peats il <•!( in other cultures: the sun of thumbs up, for example, where a petitioner's plea for his life is gi i nte I, or mbs down, v.lure il is denied. "The word, 'tabu,' has nothiltg whi'ever to do with ethics or morality," the Rabbi explained. "It's inferred meaning is •hat it carries with it the blessing of God." What has this to do with our contemporary understanding ol the Bible and the Hebrew word "tov"? Last Friday night, in a sermon at Beth Am. Rabbi Baumgard reexamined Psalm 23 ol King David within the "tabuto v" context. "As I see it,"' Rabbi Baumgard explained. "David wrote the psalm at a time when Saul was out to kill him. and David had already been annointed as his successor, The key here is 'tov.' When David writes. Surely goodness and mercy will follow me all the days of my life.' he does not mean 'tov' or 'good' in the accepted Hebrew sense of the UF Names '62 PR Chairman PHILIP DeBlRARD Ph.lip E. De Berard. public relations manager for Southern Bell in Miami, has been named United Fund public relations chairman lor the 1062 fall campaign, it was announced by Jay I Kislak, campaign chairman. l>e Berard is a president of the Florida chapter of the Public Relation.Society of America, and also serves as vice president of the Florida Public Relations ASMI. He is a former president of the Greater .Miami chapter ol Sisn I rto Chi, professional journalism fra ternit) A native of Illinois, De Berard i a graduate of S '*^—''! v"rsity and the University of Flor. ida. He was associated with the DeLand Sun News before joining Southern Bell in Atlanta in 1951. The new chairman served as COchairman of the Committee of One Million, which administered the celebration honoring Dade's millionth resident. He also serves as a member of the public relationcommute ol the Tourist and Convention Council ot the Miami-Dade Chamber of Commerce United Fund's public relations committee supervises all special events, promotion activities and campaign materials for the Fall campaign. nervine, with De Berard as mem bers ol 'be advisory co.nmittee are Hank Meyer. 1961 public relations Chairman, and president of Hank Meyer Associates, and Charles Kelly, station manager of WCKT, oh, 7. Third Anniversary Dance Temple Ner Tamid Young Adults held its third anniversary dance on Sunday evening at the Temple. The meaning here iderived from Shamnu Tabu,' which is thi' Akkadian equivalent of the Sh -men Ti v'—literally. Oil,' and pr.iei.-ali> 'oil of l %  -.elation or ar.iu-intment %  Thus. King David implies here that Kin %  Saul has no righl to be [erent, since David has alb< en annointed with the oil thai is invested with the p >wer equivalent of 'tabu'—with the ap proval ol God The same c inci pt," Rabbi Baumgard added, np :t in 'Thou has ann tint%  > %  ead with i But less ng ol 'Thou table for me in the emii The i : speaks ol a variety ot ling tables of the I and tables ol king These too, are 'tabu're ::i thai David declares he shall "dwell in the house of the Lord forever' because God has set His royal seal on him." Thus, while the Hebrew word "tov" carries with it connotations cf morality, ; ts appearance in Biblical writings is greatly enhanced if understood within the context of the "tabu" cognate. Rabbi Baumgard, who was ordained at Hebrew Union College in 1930. came to the Temple Beth Am pulpil in 1956 from Bnai Israel in Elmont, L.I. He has been working steadily on his thesis %  | 153, using the libraries al Hel rew Union College, Columbia University, and the Union The" |i .il Seminar} in New York Citj Actually, all of his credit work for the legn e was done at Colunv. and for a time he considered! tal ing the Doctorate there But the limited S amities department at Columbia brought the Rabbi back to his Alma Mater. So impressed is Dr. Orlinsky with 'he the-is thai Hebrew Union | College will publish il just as soon as Rabbi Baumgard can prepare il for the presses. Neither has his detective work with "tabu" ended here. For the Rabn ialready examining the Adam and Eve story in Genesis within the framework of "tabu." What ol the Tree of Knowled e • >! G lOd and Evil? "Here," Rabbi Baumgarc 1 said, "is where the road parts somewhat, for here is where the question of ethics and morality enters ir.to the picture." And here is where some fascinating wrrk has Rabbi Baumgard questioning the translation o ( the text, with specific reference to the Hebrew word "arum." "Is it 'arum' or 'ayrum'?' bi Baumgard asks, "in the erall) ac<> pted translation, it :. 'ayrum,' or naked Bui co not also be 'arum.' nie.inr Hel lew 'cunning'? P r the • %  els are no; supplied" He smile i warmlj once more wit i in e Perhaps this does t -. I\ i e mmunitj problem* %  • i oi at. But il is : fter all thi ht thr >ugh the ag %  • Socialized M?;'kine is Theme Great* r Miami Alumni i I \|ph Epsi Ion Pi fr iternil y, was in hear a talk on "Socialized Mi irir.e" this 'I hursday it the E bers restaurant. Dr Harry W i k, a graduate of the University il Berlin ard a medical specialist who has practiced in many countries, wa.to be guest speaker. SHERATON HOTEL 8 CONFIRM BOTH ROOM \ IT'S DONE VIA RESERVATrWHI SHERVTONS EXCLUSIVE ELECTRONIC COMPUTER! Just call PL 1-0961. 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+Jewist> Tlcridttr
Friday. June 29, 1962
The Courier
cu {-jerald K^chwartz

K2f-
Lawrence A. Wien has been elected president of the Federation of
Jewish Philanthropies of New York. He's the brother of Leonard Wlen
of Miami fame here .
Milton S. Malakoff, first city manager for State of Israel Bonds
in Greater Miami, is Bection staff director tor the United Knd earn
paign again this year. Malakoff is a former public relations director of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Wile Betfy is Line, time ad-
ministrative assistant to Rabbi Leon Kronish at Temple Beth Sholom
. Among top Beach leaders in business division of l"F are George
W. Valentine, Abe Thai and Howard Handleman. Sophia Englander,
wife of Miami Beach's vice mayor, again heads the residential division.
She'll be off to Bradenton next week in her new role as Democratic
state committee-woman for Dade county
The Nation, one of America's oldest and best magazines, when it
isn't overcome with its own words, has come out with a special issue
entitled "The Ultras," which is must reading. The June 30 issue dis-
cussed the aims, affiliations and finances of the radical right, Of
special interest is a somewhat abbreviated biography on Dr. Fred C.
Schwarz, leader of the Christian Anti-Communist Crusade. It points
cut that both Dr. Schwarz' parents were Orthodox Jews in Australia,
but that they were converted in the late 1930's. when Fred was in his
late twenties. Evidences are spelled out of the attraction for anti-
Semites which the Radical Right holds out. John Kaspar and George
Lincoln Rockwell are given fairly comprehensive treatment. All in all.
author Fred J. Cook, Phi Beta Kappa from Rutgers, has done the most
comprehensive job of pinpointing just where the Right .-lands today.
* *
Things are humming at the Miami Beach office of Zim Israel
lines, where Soutiieast director Akiva Goffer has been tipped to a vice
presidency. Joseph Patrick Smith has been named office manager,
Smith, who came to Zim after duty wiih Cunard Fagle. and Northwest
Orient Lines, has made the shift from air to sea with ease He studied
at the United States Merchant Marine Aademy. Visiting Miami Beach
now, staying at the Fontainebleau. is Martin East, of London. One
of Great Britain's more enterprising real estate investors, he has re-
cently taken a one heur motion picture of Israel, which triend Goffer
says is outstanding. East takes films as a hobby He should get to-
gether with Herald amusements editor George Bourke.
Fourth of July celebrants will have their choice of several top-
notch independence Day events Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith
will hold its annual fete at Flamingo Park bandshell. A few blocks
further south. Washington Federal's Jack D, Gordon and Arthur H.
Courshon will stage a fireworks display and band concert at Pier Park.
And in the Orange Bowl. Dick Rundeii finally ^ets his long dreamed-oi
spectacular off under the sponsorship of South Florida Arthritis and
Rheumatism Foundation Joe Tannenbaum notes that Gulfstivan
Park ha- contributed more than S3.out).000 to charitj and scholarship
purposes since the plan of extra racing days ;i- inaugurated in 1990
* *
Harry Zukernick, a member ol the hoard of governors
Bar Assn., was appoint I chairman of the c ient ..
committee bj state president Reginald L. Williai.is", of Mi;
bert u. Feibeiman was named chairman ol the hankr ptcj -
mittee of the corporation, banking and business law committee. 'I i
Universitj of Miami's first summa cum laude I iw sob I --i-i
il950i Marshall J. Langer, was appointed state chairman i.r inter-
national and comparative law,
Florida Power and Lighl has inked with the Miami Board o
Realtors Home Show for the eighth consecutive year Appointee
bj the National Assn ol Manufacturers as a member ol the marketing
committee is Maurey L. Ashmann, president ol Film Art Corporation,
and former chief of the Miami parking authority cliff Straus
handling executive membership program for Morris Fox at West-
brooke Country Club Quiet but efficient Irwin Block has started his
eighth year here with the Israel Bond organization Asher Cailingoid,
director of the Haifa Community Center, will report on comparative
- lal service trends in Israel and the I l ited States at the 37th annual
national conclave of the Mizrachi Women in New York City on Sept.
16 to 19.
Chuck Goldberg has won a Duncan Hines listing after his second
year of operation at the Sorrento hotel Jerry Lewis' opening night
on the NBC Tonight show was among the best performances we've
seen him offer. Miss Israel of 19B2. Miami Beach bound, was a guest
* *
Not only has Greater Miami taken the lead in per capita pur-
chases of Israel Bonds among major American Jewish communities,
but it threatens to far outstrip other cities in its investments in private
industry in the Jewish state The Miami Israel group, founded by
Samuel Friedlar.d. Max Orovifz, Dan Ruskin and Sam Blank, is one
of the largest in Israel. This area s participation in Sam Rothberg's
and Lou Boyar's Israel Investors Corporation is documented in the
election of Jack S. Pepick and Maurice Revitz to the national board.
Jack Cantor has paved the way for the Industrial Development Bank
And Rassco Israel, real estate giant of the Middle East, has made
enough headway here in recent months to warrant opening an office.
Finally. Manny Sella, who sold out the Supersol Supermarkets issue
in record time tame to town to prepare for the floating of an issue
of Tel Aviv Hilton Hotel bonds and stock. Much of the keen interest
in private investments tan be credited to Ami Brown and Zvi Eaden,
the two directors of the Israel Government Investment Authority of-
fices since opening her.' less than three years ago. And of course it
u >k large-stale investors such as Jack Rifkin to implement the
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South Miami Judge Strickland Charged
With Making Anti-Semitic Remark
See During the Week' Page 4 A
DAVID SINGfft
Papa Singer Loves
To Travel to Israel
A "living" example of longevity
and activity in Florida under the
stm is David Singer, father ot
William Singer, scii n of an indus-
trial empire in Florida and former
member of the State Road Com-
mission.
As an 8S:h hut''. I gifl from
the Singer boysthere are four-
Papa uent on F! \i Israel Air-
line's new non-sl ip B teing 707
flight t" Israel, he traveled
ih ...... Miami Beach
I 'he:-- ; .,~ Max
I e\ / '1 he senior Singer loved
Israel so much, and was bavins
-u.:. a "ball" at the Dan hotel
. : Oroi of the Miami
Invesi rs Group in Israel, on the
urgent cabled request of William.
had to personallj arrange a defi-
nite date for Dad's return. He ar-
rived in Miami hale, hearty and
bubbling over with enthusiasm for
this, hi- second visit to Israel.
Declared Papa Sm^er on his re
turn: "I intend to keep pace in the
years ahead with the increasing
number of Royal Castle openings,
and hope to revisit Israel, by El
Al of course, each succeeding birth-
day My trip was the best present
the boys ever gave me "
His sons agree with Papatheir
only problem is getting him back
to Miami each time.
A South Miami ju 'ge is on the
iut seat, charged b> a resident
Here with making nnti Semitic re
mark- againsl him
Judgl K Iward Strickland appear-
.-,: before County Attorney Darrej
Davis on Wednesday to answer t"
allegations made by Marvin Cohen,
of 8311 SW 12th ter that Stru
-. id All you Jews are the s ime
Ninet) percent plead nol guilty."
hen Ci hen appeared before him
en a minor traffic offense on June 8
Strickland arrived at the hear-
ing with two attorneys. Judge
Richard Hunt and Milton Farrell.
Testifying in his behalf was the
officer involved, who c'iH not ap-
pear at the June 8 hearing.
The officer had given Cohen a
summons for running a stop sign.
When other defendants pleaded not
guilty in the absence of the Metro
policeman, anil were released with-
Rassco Opens
Office Here
Rassco Israel Corporation, real
estate and construction firm which
has pioneered the agricultural and
industrial development of Israel
has opened offices in Miami Beach
Jacob Snyder, national sales
manager tor Rassco, announced
the appointment of the Gerald
Schwartz Agency, in One Lincoln
Road bid.:. to handle salt at
public relations activities in the
Stal o Fl ri la.
In ad lion to erecting
than 30.000 housing units in I-
rjcl Rassc i has undertake
Derations for for-
etgn investors and publit institu-

Many of the major buildings
of the Hebrew University of Je-
rusalem, tha entire Bar-Han Uni-
vers ty of Tel Aviv, and all of
the Superss! supermarkets were
constructed by Rassco.
Foreign i ipital, mobilized for in-
tment in I through Rassco
is beii I into bull ling
projects Is agricultural
and ii dustf lerprises through
Rassco subsidiaries an I securities
Rassco was founded in 1994 by
the Jewish Agency for Palestine
and the World Zionist Organiza-
tion, upon the mtiative of the late
Dr. Chaim Weizmann, first pies
idem of the State of Israel
Beth Shirah Sisterhood
Temple Beth Shirah SlSterh "'I
held a tropical tea Tuesda) at
Westbrooke Country Club.
ut fine. Cohen tl d 'he sam [t
. al Ih p inl that Judge strict
i madi his alleged antl Si
omment.
Henry Norton, attorney f ir Cohen,
cross e\ imined Die officer whei
old County Attorney Da\ Is at the
: ng thai he had stoppi
.'.i Coral Gal lea baek in Maj I -
ii same viol ition, and that he had
.. t him go after w anting ban
|s it not your ut) to issue i
at ion w hen you see a \ lolation "'
Norton demanded The policen in
said 'ti.it he had no time beca
simultaneously, he received an
emergence call and was forced >
leave. Norton then wanted t>
know how he could remember I
i n's name since last May. and .(
it was, indeed, the same Marvin
Cohen Whereupon, the officer ii
milled he wasn't sure at all
Meanwhile, Robert Metiger, an
Assistant State Attorney here,
voluntarily wrote Davis that he
had been in the South Miami
court on June 8 and heard Strick-
land use the word, "Jew," al-
though he could not be Sjre in
what context.
Hunt, cross-examining M"
who appeared al 'hi' hearing, id-
mltted that .indue Strickland might
have said "you" and not "Jew
\t i'lo same tune, the bailiff jtii
clerk of the court, subpoened to
i pear, said the) were loo busy to
have heard anything of a deroga-
torj nature tr. il .indue Strii
might have said.
The case will go before the
ty commission as soon as
scripts of Wednesday's procee
have been prepared Judge Stt
i it d's is ju appointive and D
cleeted position
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J the W oman s IVerfJ by ISABEL GROVE Mexico looming large in the vacation planof many native Floridians this summer That's where Edward and Lillian Arni d will spend a month with Mr. and Mrs. James Knopki. formerly Havana, and the Louis Pastors Before meeting their traveling companions, they'll wing their way north for a few days In (;otham Town And stop in Washington. DC. where Lillian will ;!tend the B'nai B'rith convention as the North Shore chapter delegate Arnold is the talented craftsman who designed the bronze •Tree of Life" and "Book of Healing" for Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Noted for his inspirational and unique designs, he's also responsible for the oronze plaques at the Heart Institute. Mt Sinai Hospital, and many of the synagogues in the area. A. David Rayvil and wife Vivian have chosen Mexico to celebrate their silver wedding anniversary and will jet down there this weekend for a two-week tour of the country Dave is serving his eighth term as chairman of the Anti-Defamation League for the Florida Federation of BB Lodges He's also president of Sholem Lodge BB Vivian devotes much of her time to the National Council of Jewish Women, presently treasurer of Coral Division Speaking of whom. Mr. and Mrs Leonard A. Grecnbaum entertained Sunday with a cocktail party at their home. 9441 SW 31st ten. honoring Dave and Vivian, who just happen to be her parents Coming to olfer best wishes and bun voyage were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Goldfarb and son Joel, Mr. and Mrs. Moe Schatzman and son Robert. Adolph Weiss of Philadelphia. Myron Ravis. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schatzman. Mrs. George Silver. Mr. and Mrs Joseph Rayvis and daughter Cynthia. Mrs. Anne Berger. Meyer Zuckerman. Mr and Mrs. Robert Levison. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rosean. • • • Another family makin? plans to visit the country south of the border, the Lawrence Hoffmans and their two children One ti the new owners of the Venetian Isle motel. Lawrence has also made two trips to Las Vegas this year But it was all on busi•(slor the American Legion Convention Commission He's a r tmber of their five man Doard Sil if it is generally conceded that the more talkative of the xes is women, it idifficult to understand why Trudy Gertler ib the lone distafl member of the Beach High squad representing Miami Beach and Florida in the National Forensic League debate ihampionships Daughter of Judge and Mrs. Charles Gertler, Trudy's forte Is dramatic interpretation She and teammates Steve Maekauf, Mike Von Borsig. Allan Fuller. Jay Mechling. Alan Paul. Alan Albert .nd alternate David Kay jetted off last week lor Montana State University, site of the debate competitions Accompanied by their coach. Mrs. Richard D. Gillen, the group will relax after the trials with a sightseeing trip to the Seattle World': Far and Glacier National Park They'll be back early in July Michael Gewitz. a student at the Hebrew Academy, made the all-scholastic honor roll in both Hebrew and English subjects Also won the highly-coveted character gold medal award presented to an eighth grade student by the Appel Family in memory of the late Ida Appel. an outstanding community leader who had served as pres dent of the Hebrew Academy Women • • • Belle (Mrs. Emanuel) Goldstrich, attending the 2lst biennial ("invention of Sigma Delta Tau at the Eden Roc, entertaining many of the delegates a! the cabana which she maintains there year round Fits in with her chores as national entertainment chairman She's regional advisor on the council, as well Other prc.mir.ent local women on the hostess committee. Netti i Mrs. Phillip) Lefkowitz. national convention chairman. Shirley I Mrs. J. Bernard 1 Spector, reservations, and Rita (Mrs. Leslie) Bukstel, rook Full house for the Maury Sheins Daughter Lynda, here for i summer, iassistant director of the camping program of the mi Bench Recreation Dipartment Guesting for a few eeks, h r pinmate, Ned Goldfarb, of Kingston, N.Y. Both Lynda is an education major, Ned's a pre%  membt r Of Alpha Epsilon Pi Also here [{ r brief \ Barry Shein and his bride, the former Judith .k The) \< been in Atlanta where he completed his studies the U.S. Internal Revenue Service Now Barry is off to %  -• uth Carolina, leaving Judith here until he can rejoin her after \ months ol dutj there Will give her a chance to gel to know a new member of her family, nephew Jeffrey Louis, born Brand new parenti are Judy's brother. Gerald Falick nd the former Celc Roth Grandparents are Sam and Dodo Falick. Mr. and Mrs. A. Roth, and Mrs. Lillian Bernstein, greatk randmother. • • • Another native daughter returning as a guest. Barbara and husband Hcward Galper here from Chicago for a long Fourth of ilj weekend with her parents, Sylvia and George (Shapro) Gcrdon A frequent winter visitor from Chicago, Mrs Sadie Heifetz, -in of the fame i violin virtuoso, first name Jascha. surprised her daughters Ruth (Mrs. Charles R ) Jacobson and Mrs Hairy Linsk) by winging in lasl week for a three-week summer stay I till of exciting details about the Imperial Inn. Linsky's newest -n project, which opened In Chicago recently Rosalie Segal, just returned from a visit with her parents in Atlantic City, olf with her husband Joseph for a cross-country t< ui Las Vegas and Los Angeles on the Itinerary, with a swing around to New York before the trip home Along the way. Roz will be on the lookout lor attractive Items to stock the boutique •hup maintained by and for the Women's Cancer League of Miami I I -eh. • • • Don't know who's "minding the store." but Lenny and Roz Zilberl are a! tbl Otceola Lake inn in Hendersonville, N.< fcr a I ; Larrit and Arlene Blasberg are fishing in the Keyi Loth mei .:< executives with Riverside Memorial Chapeli "eJewish Floridian Miami. Florida. Friday. June 29. 1962 Section 3 Mrs. George Simon (center), installing officer of the Miami chapter of Hadassch, oversees the passing of the gavel from Mrs. Leonard Wolpe, outgoing president, to incoming president, Mrs. loseph Milton, at recent ceremonies here. Pictured at the recent e'est si bon ladies luncheon at Westbrooke Country Club are Mrs. Sam Tannenbaum, Mrs. Irving Platoff. Mrs. Ben Wagner, and Mrs. David Benjamin. Miss Frances Lebon. of 1618 Jefferson ave., and Miss Molly P. Katz. 1524 Lenox ave.. were amonq the 500 Americans to travel to Israel for the recent "dialogue" sponsored by the American Jewish Congress. The conference was designed to help strengthen the ties between the Jewish communities of America and Israel. Beach UF Picks Mrs. Aaron Farr Ernest Janis, chairman of the Miami Beach section of the United Fund campaign, has announced the Intment of Mrs Aaron Farr as CO-chairman with Mrs. Ann Haul.iifof the residential cam. slated to begin next fall. "With thest two women heading up the house-to-houst soli


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Page 12-A +JenM nrrktinn Friday. June 23. \%% Popick Elected National Vice President Of American Friends of Hebrew Univ. Jack S Popick. Miami Beach k siness and religious leader, was riected national vice president of the American Friends of the Hebrew University at the organiza1 oil's animal meeting held in New York City. Popick is president of the South Florida Division of the American Friends, and has been serving on i e board of directors and executive committee of the national organization which fosters the growth I id development of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. The American Friends are currently engaged in a SI2.IKMI.OOO delopment program throughout the i niti ii States The Hebrew University has an enrollment of 8.000 %  %  me from more Hum : ntries Five o'her Greater Miamians were elected to the national board i* the American Friends. They 'e Samuel Friediand, Jack D. C-:-don, Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, Samuel T. Sapiro and Herbert S. Shapiro. S nn Floridians were seJACK POPICK lecled to serve on an rj bi ard Thej .ir Charles ( sky. Dr. Philip Gottlieb. I)r IrvBureau Offers Teacher Registry The Bureau of Jewish Education l published a registry of teachers to assist all Jewish schools n th their personnel problems, aci rding to announcement by Jost h Cohen. Bureau president, The registry lists the licensed and qualified teachers in Hebrew. Sunday school, and preschool departments. The registry is under tre direction of the teacher placeiBent committee of the Bureau. w th Oscar Mamber as chairman. Other committee members con"t of Rabbi Shimon Azulay. Dr. i-;ac Interman. Mrs. Joshua .s:.dlan. and Louis Schwartzman. (iirector of the Bureau. All schools arc urged to conI.Kt the Bureau of Jewish Educai a for central placement service all teaching personnel," Cohen i ared Col. Dunbaugh to Speak The I nited Nations Stud) Groui ol Miami Beach will meet en Tuesday. 8 p.m., at the Miami Beach Federal bldg Col. 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Whitman is a former United Jewish Appeal chairman 14 the five-town area of Long Island, and was chairman of the Federation of Jewish Philanthropies in the same area He is a trustee of the Long island Jewish Hospital, and was chairman of its initial fund raising campaign Ralph Wechsler. of Essex Falls. X.J.. was elected chairman of the board, succeeding Daniel G. Ross, ol New York City. Ross, who served as president from 1955 to 1959 and as acting president since 1961. was elected an honorary president %  ther ith Dr. George S Wise, 1 Mi Kico Citj and New York, former chairman of the board ol the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Michael M Nisselson, executive vice president, reported to the board on the manj significant advances of the Hebrew University i 1 areas of both teaching and ,iic research He stressed [he need for intensified activitj on the American scene to meet the university's expanding needs. Popick is the first person from the entire Sooth ever to be selected a national vice president of the American Friends. President of Mechanics Uniform Service, an industrial laundry firm, he is chairman of th executive committee of the Greater Miami Committee for Israel Bonds. Popick, who moved to Miami Beach from Newark at the close of World War II. also is active in the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and is financial secretary of Temple Emanu-El He has won several awards for his work in aiding the physically handicapped. Other national vice presidents elected, all of them regular winter visitors to South Florida, include S;.muel Rothberg. of Peoria. III.; Leonard Ratner. of Cleveland; David Borowitz. of Chicago; and Philip Zinman. of Camden. N J Joseph M Mazer, ot Unison Pulp and Paper Co.. which has a large Florida factory at I'alatka. was elected national treasurer. Abraham Shamos. of New York, was elected secretary; former Sen Her bcrt H. 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Pcge 8-1 *3enisHhrUi^r Friday, June 29. 1962 7ranees JZJ, iman ^ We the Women WCMAN OF THE WEEK Nettie Mrs. Philip) Lefkowitz admits her education was a little it :,> She took a co-op course at the L'niversity of Cincinnati— worked a month and went to school a month—and finally wound up %  Ming for a conventional Liberal Arts course. It was there she joint, Su;ii3 Delta Tau sorority, and has continued active affiliation ever ;: .e Nettie has been SDT regional advisor, and just last week proved ; n> a most capable national convention chairman, when the sorority gathered on Miami Beach for its annual affair. The story of how she met her husband rings a loving laugh from Nettie. When they first arrived here, her mother went into the drug store and announced: "I have a daughter. Next thing. Phil called — and 'hey liked eah other rmht away Instead of going back IO medical school, their first daughter. Louise, proved a wonderful substitute. Louise is now Mrs. Gerald Smith, whose own daughter is the apple of the Lefkowitz eye Incidentally, Louise is also an SDT and a regi.-tered nurse — but UN or not, her reactions to the new baby are the same as any -^ %  griKyBfe mother's. Her sister. Pauline, senior at rf* K the University of Miami. Nettie has been most active in organization work. Starting with 1'TA. she was president of both the Elementary and Miami Beach High School organizations. She has also worked in the programs of National Counc. •{ Jewish Women, and was president ot the Women's Auxiliary of M: Sinai Hospital Since retiring from that post, she has been chairi: i of the hospital's school of nursing unit, and working with the lie relations committee. ^ilite frankly. Nettie shuns the limelight, and is content to do htr work behind-the-scenes And this work, in the immediate future. include going back to school for a few courses. Life, she feels is re than knitting sweater-, reading the current books, playing some i. asta. and doing good deeds. I've got to get my mind working again.'" she vows. And those know Nettie are sure that she will. JUNE IS FOR BRIDES Ernice Weinkle. glowing ia a beautiful short white gown and a st >.>c.>raing white petal hat, was given in marriage by her father. Ctrl Weinkle, to Dr. Dano Divailiet. Rabbi Irving Lehrman performed the ceremony Saturday evening in the chapel of Temple E: anu El. Afterward, there was an intimate group to toast the bride I bridegroom at the home of Julian and Mary Norma Weinkle. Dr. A: spent a lot of time with Dr. and Mrs Mickey) Rosenberg, former director of Federation here, now in -' >n Byrtha says their house is lovely — very "New Englandish." r e R ls-^nbergs took them sightseeing. For the first time. Mr. and M s Phillips went over the bridge from Cambridge and saw the OUI quadrangle of Harvard. It was very Harvardish Da\e as a Brandeis Fellow, walked In the procession, and tha said he tossed his mortor board tassel very debunairly over I ear Harold Turk, also a Fellow, flew up to see daughter CorI 3IM Mrs Alvin Philipson, get her degree Dave and Byrtha %  in') New York to tee "Milk and Honey" and "Two Strings." LI left there in a flurr\ of bed weather. Other Miamians at the convocation were Mrs Sidney Schwartz, Mrs Beck Mrs William Maxwell, Mrs. Joel Meyer, and Mrs Bettj OberSt< n ANOTHER FATHERS DAY AT WESTVIEW Th?re were over 300 p-oole at Westview Country Club for Father's It, but ,t actual!} wo I as if there were 300 children a] T e I %  ; I < >m was with the pride and joy if each family, v, _'re all as good a. gold, the children tha' Miss Beyda Weds Insurance Exec Marleen Beyda became the bride of Norman S. Ostrov in a late aflernoon ceremony on Sunday. June 24, at Beth Torah Congregation. Rabbi Max Lipschitz and Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum officiated, and a dinner at the Club House restaurant followed. For the wedding, the bride wore a floor-length, pure silk organza gown designed with a fitted bodice ff chantilly type lace, sabrina neckline and long pointed sleeves The front of the full skirt had appliques of lace with soft unpressed pleats at the sides, and the back was enhanced with a wide panel of lace terminating in a chapel train The bouffant veil of silk illusion fell from a wreath of dainty pearled peps centered with gleaming satin flowers. Maid of honor was San ra Beyda. the bridesister Phyllis Schor served as bridesmaid, and Charlene Sumncr was flower siii. Daughter of Mr and Mrs Raymond A. Beyda, 15801 NE 12th ave., No. Miami Beach, the new Mrs. Ostrov attended North Miami High and schools in Chicago. III. Her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Beyda, were included in the wedding party. The bridegroom, now an insurance consultant with the Ne % %  Y irk Life Insurance Co., is a graduate of Miami Beach High and attended the Universities of Miami and Florida His parents are Mr and Mrs Nathan Ostrov. Best man was Harold Wilensky, and Alan Beyda. the bride's broth e<\ served as usher New address for the young couple is 2258 NE 173rd St.. No. Miami Beach. .8S. NORMAN OSTROV Miss Rubin Now Mrs. Alan Hilman High no,m nuptials united Marie Rubin and Alan Charles Fillman on Sunday, June 24. The Al %  rs hotel was the -ite of the rcrem my perforate I by ::. t< nded the Universit) of Mian Dr. I'rbach ii graduate of tl Universit) of '! ronto school medicine, and interned at the Mt. Sinai of Toronto He serve! s resident at the Mt, Sinai Ii %  pitals of New York and Mi Beach, and will complete re-.: naming in anesthesia at Mt Su Hospital in Toronto. I Wf MRS. 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Pcge 8-A +Je*isti fkrMiar Friday. June 29, 1982 Members of first confirmation class of Dade Larry Allen, Cantor Emanuel Mandel. Rabbi Height! Jewish Congregation are (left to right) Harold Richter. Jill Gandel, Jeffrey Oltchik, C ndv Mitchell. Mark Farber, Louise Bass, and Linda Arbit. High Court Rules Out School Prayer C3r v 'rued from Page 1A ( • established an official state r -ion v.hoih inconsistent" with t: First Amendment. An atmosof i ipt attention existe i in r when the Irai i&tic m • >ntous decision ihande lo %  i rents of children in four ^c old challenged the prayer. The t. ipursued through the ^ 1 -. r ading to Monday's moi %  lecision by the Supi C Included among pan jmg the action wei i %  %  l ins, members of the Ethii. ire Society and oon-beIn >ra ting the court's decision, %  Bl ick stressed that 'it is %  lacrilege nor anti-religious •ay that each separate govern n ".' %  La this country should stay 0. of the business of writing or sanctioning official prayers and e that purely religious funct:..-. to the people themselves and t( those 'he people choose to lcok Xi :'or religious guidance." He sn-d it had been argued that .ipply the Federal constitution • i state or local laws respecting re ligion in schools weuld indicate "a hostility toward religion or toward prayer." But. he declared, "nothing could be more wrong." Justice Black emphasized that "by using its public school system to encourage recitation of the Regents Prayer, the State of New York had adopted a practice wholly inconsistent with the establishment clause (of the First Amendment)." He said the court agreed with the contention of the objecting parents that the clause was violated because the prayer "was composed by governmental officials as part of a governmental program to further religious beliefs." He referred to traditions of American democ| racy in connection with separation of church and state. He rebuffed an argument that constitutionality was retained because the children were not legally obliged to repeat the prjyer orally. He said "the establishment j clause, unlike the free exercise i clause, does not depend upon any i showing of direct governmental compulsion and i* violated by the %  enactment of laws which establish an official religion whether those laws operate directly to coerce non-observing individuals or not."' Furthermore, "a direct, coercive pressure" exists when the "power, prestige and financial support of Government is placed behind a particular religious belief." said Justice Black. "The establishment clause thus stands as an expression of principle on the part of the founders of our Constitution that religion is too personal, too sacred, too holy, to permit its "unhallowed perversion' by a civil magistrate "Who does not see thai the same authority which can establish Christianity, in exclusion of all other religions, may establish with the same ease any particular sect of Christians, in exclusion of all other sects?" he asked. j Miami Man Proud Of Achievements A North Miami Beach man is | proud of the accomplishments of i In, son and son ni-law. Joseph I Gropen, Of 161OT NE 9th ave has I jest received word that his son. Dr. Arthur Louis Gropen. will soon be off for a two-year stay in Buca! ramanga, Columbia. S.A., where he will teach mathematics in Spanish Dr. Gropen received the appointment from the UN Enducational Scientific, and Cultural organization. He holds an AB degree from •he University of Chicago, which % %  as granted him in 1952. and he did his advanced work in mathematics at the Institut Poincare of the University of Paris in 195". Dr. Gropen held a University of Chicago scholarship from 1951 to 1954, and was a graduate assistant there from 1955 to 1956. A year later, he received a fellowship from the National Science Foundation, and was a Fulbright fellow after that. Pr id Mr Gropen here al-.i is friends al i son in-law, I C Cafone, ol Bayshore, NY., who will be leaving with his wife, Pearl, and son, David, to spend a year in Helsinki, Finland. Under the Smith-Mundt Act. he v selected to p irticipate in the educational program ol the Depart in :. of State there Cafone went to Washington at Ihe end of June for a brii tin ses sion, an '. w as ed i scholarship for summer seminar study at the University of Michigan to prepare for the Hcl assignment. i • •.: B %  r'degree GffOPfN CAFONI %  from Brooklyn College and a Miter's front Teachers Colli Columbia University Hi taught at Teacherand H Cohege in Long Island MrGropen here is the ol Rabbi Samuel Mendelow il mial leader ol Temple Beth S D| Hollywoo I, Safety Committee Award Dinner Miami Beach Mayor's committee award dinner v 1 uesday in the Deauville h I Bill W< -was commit!< hairi ...... Miai i( h Mayor K <;k.. I aw ..iito the Bi last Optimisl Club of Mian ii r itoutstanding contrib iti safetj in the city. The clul •ored a safety poster coi I si the children of Dade county, w innerreceived United St Savings Bon .] iseph Gatti is chairman It-member committee Weiss Segal are vice chairmei House Moves to Avoid Decision By Special Report XSKINGTON— Members of the V. .se of Representatives acted s .:'•;> Tuesday in the wake of the ? -reme Court decision on Moni jet around the ruling banr. i >£ficial prayers in public -, iol across the land Tirst to act was Rep. Roy A 'i lor ( D-N.C.). who offered a con-" iti >nal amendment for consid .ii if the House shortly after Str.. J. Glenn Beall (R.-Md.) de< ed he would introduce a simtill in the Senate. Almost at the same time, Rep. F.nk Chelf (D-Ky.) said he had <. vaased members of the House J iciary' Committee on the posfi ities of such a bill. Chelf, sharply condemning the %  irity high court ruling, said that if he could not succeed in passing legislation that would give the go-ahead to school de< votionals, he would start on a | campa-.in to limit to a specific term of years all appointments to the U.S. Supreme Court. The bill as worded by Rep. TayI lor says: "Not withstanding the First or Fourteenth Article of j Amendment to the Constitution of the United States, prayers may be offered and the Bible may be read ; in connection with the program of any public school in the United States." According to the First Amendment, cited by the Supreme Court in its opinion Monday. Congress "shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereol Elks Publication Wins First Prize The Miami Beach Elks News, of ficial publication of the Miami' Beach Elks Lodge, edited by Peter F. Heller, has won a first prize, it was announced here. Joseph W. 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Friday, June* 29. 1962 ^Jmlsiifhrtdgan Page 3-B 7 at Country Club. Not ilj lo th Rosei IB idnicks % %  i next i • r to each o"ier, they also have adjoining cabanas at Westbrooke. Joseph Miller, former general manager of the Rio hotel on Miami Beach, has been named manager of the Venetian Isle motel. Miller. who spent several years in the construction field before enterirfg the hotel business, has been associated with resorts in Missouri. Palm Beach, and Miami Beach. He lives at 7200 Bay dr. • • • The man who came to dinner and stayed and stayed and stayed, i-. a piker compared to the Tip Toppers ol Miami Springs Villas Carriage Club. The music-makers came nearly five years ago, booked for a two-week stand. Mrs Morris Draluch and Mrs. Irwin Brenner wire discussing plans for the Westbrooke June Formal on Saturday evening, of which thej are co-chairmen, In keeping with the June formal idea. Mrs, Draluch and MrBrenner arc untmer making little men dolls dressed in black tie and little girl dolls in floor-length evening gowns to serve as centerpieces for each table. • Dick Rosichan is back from being an usher at a wedding in Montreal They do things in style there —Bowler hats! Dick entertained three couples of his honeymooning friends for cocktails at the home of his parents. Arthur and Claire Rosichan. on Shore dr. So. This summer, he plans to take advanced courses in New York City Deaf and hard-of-hearing children will be able to attend Sunday school throughout the summer as a result oi a weekly program sponsored by the Temple Judea Sisterhood. Mrs. Nancy Feldman, who has majored in speech correction and teaches at Tropical Elementary School, outlines the curriculum of Bible stories and holiday customs and traditions to parents and children during a preliminary meeting. Classes began last Saturday morning, and opemnas are still cvcilcble. J he f^alms CONVALESCENT HOME MIAMI'S NEWEST, MOST MODERN HOME built expressly for individual care oi the convalescent, chronic and geriatrics patient. • Completely air-conditioned • The finest nursing staff • Spacious, garden-like grounds • Moderate rales • Recreational areas indoors and outdoors Member National Geriatrics Society. SAMUEL E. REDFEARN, Administrator. 14601 Northeast 16th Ave., at W. Dixie Hwy. Tel. Wi 5-7631 Miami 61, Florida Seniors TO Mark Independence Day "A lifetime of helping hui!1 America" will be expressed in the celebration of July 4 by the Festivals Group of the Jewish Hon., for the Aged. These energetic "young" seniors plan to expri-their feelings concerning this nation, its past future, on Independence Day. Program is scheduled for Tues da) evening, July 3. ":30 p.m.. at Douglas Gardens, 151 NE 52nd st Mrs Alfred Stone, volunteer worker of National Council of Jewish Women, guides the group in its observance of holidays—both Jewish and patriotic. The Choral Group of Douglas Gardens, under the direction ol Mrs. Sally Manne. volunteer ol National Council of Jewish Women, will also participate in the program. Mrs. Ethel Martell, director of group activities tor the Home, has invited several Golden Age groups to attend. Kosher Zion Blend Of Old and New By Special Report CHICAGO—Kosher Zion Sausage Companv of Chicago, manufacturer of 100 percent pure beef Kosher delicatessen products, is a blend of the old and the new. You can enjoy over 30 varieties <'. delicious]}' prepared Kosher meat products made fresh daily under the supervision of Rabhi Sholi rn Gedalia Kolpas They are made strictly Kosher in modern, stainless steel U.S. Government-inspected kitchens with taste and quality in the old world tradition. The name Kosher Zion means I fiavor and quality, according to the firm, whose owners date the establishment of the parent company | hick in 1860. when the original t founder started processing Kosher meats. They are made under the United States Department of Agriculture, establishment number I. Kosher Zion products include corned beef, salami, frankfurters, pastrami, bologna, liver sausage, pippered beef, knockwurst. beef \ baken. and others. SEITLIN UNVEILING Tht Dedication <" Monument I. tl t Mi -.. ry of th Lute HENRY SI1TUN :, .. Ut|, ;-.„, i Sunday, July 8, at 1:30 p.m. at Mt. Nebe Cemetery I \ ... Shapiro 'A • Mr. Scitlin •


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Page 4-A +Jewish thx-kMari Friday, June 29. 1982 ^Jewish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MENDLIN Executive Editor SELMA. M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv, Israel RAY U. BINDER _. Correspondent Published every Friday since 1927 by The Jewish Ftorldla.0 • t 120 N.E. Sixth Street. Miami 1. Florida. Second-Class Postage Paid at Miami. Florida. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, Worldwide New* Service, National Editorial Assn., American Assn. of English-Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida Press Assn. The Jewish Florldlan does not guarantee the K.tshruth of the nitTchanilis.advertised in Its columns. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area One Year SS.OO Three Years 110.90 Out of Town Upon Request Volume 35 Number 26 Friday. June 29, 1962 27 Sivan 5722 The Supreme Court Points the Way The United States Supreme Court decision on authorized prayers in the public school system is a triumph for those who hove been increasingly concerned over the intrusion of government into what must after all be a matter for individual and private consideration. In addition, the decision should tend to clarify the fundamental unconstitutionally of a good number of other attempts across the nation to ignore the intent of the First Amendment by using school facilities for a variety of sectarian religious purposes. We do not deny that proponents of some form of religious instruction in the public school system are well-meaning Americans genuinely concerned for the destiny of the nation and thoroughly convinced that the best way to assure its future is to imbue our young people with an understanding of the Bible and its ideals. In many instances, these people have no ulterior motives, and do not mean specifically to tread on the sensibilities of others. But in issues relating to religious instruction, which necessarily involves some form of prayer, Bible-reading, and display of symbols, one is forced to ask: "Which Bible?" "Whose notion of God?" "What prayers and symbols?" That the various religions have varying answers to each of these questions goes without saying. That no single pattern of religious instruction can satisfy all people is similarly a foregone conclusion, that to tread on the sensibility of others is inevitable in public involvement in private matters like religion. DEBASING OUR LEGAL PROCESS But these, realistic though they have proven to be as problems surrounding the basic controversy, are social and psychological considerations apart from the legal aspects of the question. In the first instance, fundamentalists who argue that the Founding Fathers were imbued with the highest spiritual purposes, which they sought to instill into the foundationstones of this nation, ignore an even more eloquent fact: that the Founding Fathers were victims of religious persecution abroad and that they clearly determined to oppose the development of any form of state-authorized religious practice here. In the second instance, to give teeth to their opposition, they made specific legal provisions against the encouragement of such practices in the wording of the Constitution of the United States. The increasing efforts by well-meaning people today to circumvent these provisions, far from exalting their own spiritual purposes, instead debase the sanctity of the American legal process. It would be purposeless here to discuss our agreement with the majority opinion offered Monday by Associate Justice Hugo Black. His explanation of the violation of the principles inherent in the First Amendment is clear and forthright. EXTENDING OUR FREEDOMS It merely remains for the people of the nation to understand it. A major step in this direction would be to return to basics. These include relearning a number of things many of us have forgotten. Primarily, it means recognizing that religion is a private matter relating to the private conscience of the individual and of no concern whatever to anyone else. It also means admitting to the fundamental proselytic impulse of many proponents of religious instruction in the public schools and their willingness, even if unhappily, to reject it in the general realization that it is for parents, within the confines of their homes, to determine the religious destinies of their children. Above all things, it means yielding to the secretly-known fact in the first place that the spiritual ills of this nation may be traced to far more significant things than the presence or absence of public school Bible-reading and morning prayers. If, as a people, we are unsure of tomorrow, it is not that we have ignored our belief in God. If. as a nation, we eye in awe and even terror the incursion on our own freedoms of shackled societies sponsored by Communist government, it is not that we eschew the principles of religion. Rather, it is that we have failed to live these freedoms wholeheartedly. It is that we have reserved them for some of us and denied them to others. It is that we seek to hide our failures, as parents no less than as citizens, behind pat formulas; and among the formulas is the increasing prevalence of public religious practice. Justice Black presented an eloquent case Monday for the fact that such practices do the greatest violence to our freedom as a people, and subtly suggested that those who will cry out against the ruling are in no sense better or more God-fearing Americans than others of us who accept it or even applaud it. They are, instead, the suspect among us, who either repeatedly fail to curb their private proselytic impulses, or else want lazy "answers" to some of the failures in our national way of life rather than doing positive things to ameliorate them. MHOIHMSHIMVMBHSINMMIIBSaSkSMHSMHB the week .. as i see it by LEO MINDLIN Give Your Helping Hand Immigration in mass numbers is the latest watchword for Jews throughout the world. Not only is the entire Jewish community of Cuba slowly but surely uprooting to find a new way ot life here, but Algerian Jews are today joining their French brothers in a mass exodus. Which leads us to the point. The 1962 Combined Jewish Appeal has officially ended its campaign season, but work continues apace. Have you paid your pledge, £AN A judge sit in judgment w if he is also a bigot? This taw the week ssFwaay"*?* O swered Wednesday morn ins |, the office of County Attorney Darrey Davis, but it is merspeculation now, Monday night, as I write these words Up for consideration is the charge against Judge Strickland that he has been guil:> of making anti-Semitic comment in his couxtraonv Qfl June 9. Marvin I. Cohen, of 8311 su 12th ter.. wrote a letter to The Jewish Floridian in which he recounted in detail the events of the day before. According to Cohen, he appeared in South Miami Court on June 8 "due to a minor traffic violation." At 9 a.m.. Judge Edwin Strickland opened the proceedings with the announcement that the i issuing the complaints would not be present. He then indicated that a pleading of guilty or not guilty could be made by the defendants Cohen reports that "a good majority" prior to his own being called to the bench pleaded not guilty, and were dismissed without fine. The letter continues: "My name was called, and I app before Judge Strickland. I was asked how I pleaded, and stal Nut guilty, your Honor".'* At this point. Cohen alleges that Judge Strickland declare'! \ you Jews are the same. Ninety percent plead not guilty"' If h Cohen's is a stunning charge. It would be naive in the extreme >. believe that many people do not think in these or similar term* \i applied to other situations. It also follows that one would be h.;: put to deny the occasional existence of such malevolent form* bigotrj even in the judiciary, the realities of current experience past history being what thej are. MAN WITHOUT LAW IS BCSTIAL BUT THE KINO of unguarded anti-Semitism with which J Strickland has been charged bespeaks the crudest sort of ance, if Mr Cohen's allegations are substantiated. The law. whet in a simple traffic proceeding or as reflected in the agonies that pi face an opinion offered in the highest courts of the land, must m the final analysis .-how a profound and unshakeable respect tor • individual and his personal dignity. And. I suppose, that at time* even sweeps aside private feelings of prejudice to do so. Yet. without this, what is man and the society he has forged through painful evolutions from bestiality? Without the law. which is one of the most intricate artistic formulations produced by th • human intellect, to what can man aspire but a return to the mir' of his beastliness? It is a sad factor of the torturous process observe in the refinement of mankind when men, themselves, be smirch the law. But when sworn officers of the court are disdainfm of the law. it is more than sad; it is terrifying. If Mr. Cohen is correct in his allegations, then Judge Stricklan i can no longer be considered a judge but a bigot; for the very nature of bigotry is to prejudge without respect either to the facts or to what is right and lawful. I suppose, that as a newspaperman, t should have phoned Judge Strickland for his side of the story. But I have been on the receiving end of denials of anti-Semitism too often to forget how painfully embarrassing they always are. The pain is so palpable, it is almost physical, and nothing is ever really achieve-! except the vast sense of discomfort I here describe. SWOtN AfflDAVITS Of COMtOBOKATION IF THIS IS, itself, prejudgment and therefore a besmirching of the law. let me hasten to put on the record the fact that Jud^Strickland has already publicly labeled Mr. Cohens charge a totj. fiction. Nevertheless. Mrs. Marian Dronsky. of 7920 SW 17th ter Miami, in court at the time of Judge Strickland's alleged defamatory remark, has "offered to testify to his statement." Cohen declared his June 9 letter. In addition, there is a sworn affidavit by a non-Jewish woman living near Judge Strickland that the Judge "has an unquestior.i background of racial and religious prejudice. Item: Judge Strickl.c: I was a party to the recent circulation of a petition in his neighborhood calling upon residents to protest the settling there of a new fa mi of Cuban origin. Item: The woman, who came forward with the affidavit, attests to the fact that she has been chided by Jud, Strickland for having Jewish friends. Hem: There is also sw testimony that the Judge has warned his children against playii With friends who are Jewish or Cuban. This affidavit, incidentally, to my knowledge unrelated to am of Mr. Cohens personal efforts to substantiate his charges, was vol untartly offered by Judge Strickland's neighbor to the Florida off.< • of the Ann Defamation League of B'nai Brith. which turned it over to Count) Manager Irving McNayr for the original county comm sion investigation of the allegation. Also in McNayr'i hands a: Monday, was a -worn affidavit of corroboration by Mrs. Drom-k. MtN MAKt THtlK LAWS IN COMCffT |^|RS. COHEN TOLD me early in the week that Judge Stricklan i must have had second thoughts on the subject. Following hi. alleged anti-Semitic comment, he set trial for a later date, refusin, Cohen the same dismissal without fine he granted most of the other defendants But. according to a clerk of the court in which Judge Strickland presides, the Judge subsequently changed the record b> drawing a line through the bound -over order, marking it "Case Dismissed. Mrs tohen told me she has photostatic evidence of the falsification Of the original proceeding to prove this. As Mrs Cohen see. it Judge Strickland was disturbed bv the spectre of the possibilities his actions presented to him. and when Knowledge <>f the incident became increasingly prevalent here, he phoned the Cohens privately to upbraid them for not having return.,! to discuss the matter with him before going to the authorities and the press If there was something to discuss, how could Judge Strlckl aeny Mr. Cohens allegation"' But the broader question is: Does Judge Mnckland properly represent the title he DearsOr has he catapulted us hack to the law of feudal fiefs, where a man was guilty if. thrown into a pool, he swam, and innocent |f he sank and drowned' Men make the law. that govern them, but they are made il cen mere is no place for solos in the halls of justice as th Reichstag Ore of i<32 amply shows,



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Fiidoy, June 29. 1962
Religious Articles
Are Consecrated
Congregation Beth El consecrat-
i ne religious arti les at a re
c ; Saturday morning service
here.
Philip BerkowitE, honorary life
president of the congrega'ion, to-
gether with his childten, presented
Beth Kl \\ih a now royal blue
"Paroche?" (Ark cover', Torah
< vers, Pulpit covers, and ;i sel
i crystal chandeliers ab ve the
Ark.
The consecration servi :e was cn-
ducted by Ral bi S ilomon Schiff,
i iritual leader, who expressed
Ihe congregation's gratitu le in the
; -ence of Abe chicl. president.
Kiddush and reception in the
auditorium was given by Berko-
vitz following ihe service.
Four Freedoms Retirement Organization
Memes Gertner as National Consultant
Rabbi Lehrman Addresses ZOA Meeting;
Cites Nasser '64 Vow to Destroy Israel
CONVENTION IN WASHINGTON PAGl 9A
By Special Report
WASHINGTON The new settle-
irenis now springing up along all
c! Israel's borders arc contribut-
ing mightily t" the security of ihe
( untry, now mere menaced than
ever by its Arab neighbors, declar-
ed Rabbi Irving Lehrman. -pin
; leader ol Temple Emanu-EI,
: mi Beach
He spoke ai ihe breakfast for
i ates to the convention of the
Toms! Organization of America.
nged by the Jewish National
Fund. Israel land reclamation arm
i the World Zionist Organization
The breakfast was sponsored joint-1
). with the Foundation for the .INT.
v. huh to secure larger funds I
i: r JNF projects in Israel through
btquests and the assignment of in-
Bl ranee.
Rahhi Lehrman criticized the
S .i'i Department for what he call-
ed "its onesided policy of helping
Egypt's Nasser at Ihe expense ol
Israel." Said he: Tntold millions
are now being poured into Nasser's
coffers, at a time when he has
t penly reiterated his threat to wipe
Israel off the map of the earth."
Dr. Lehrman referred to a recent
report emanating from Cairo which
quotes Gamal Abdel Nasser as say-
ing that he expects to be ready by
1964 to attack Israel with the full
might of Soviet armaments and
thus destroy her once and for all.
Dr. Lehrman, in praising the
Jewish National Fund, pointed to
the resolutions recently adopted
by the Zionist General Council,
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in which the highest Zionist body
between Congresses took note "of
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national board of directors of the
American Technion Society, lie is
also a member of the advisory
committee <>f the Synagogue Coun-
cil of America, the executive com-
mittee of the Florida Anti-Delama
lion League, and for two years
-crved as a member of the Gov-
ernor's bi-racial committee.
Four Freedoms, th- retirement
organization of the AFL-CIO, an-
nounced Wednesday through H-
president, W. R. Steinberg, of
New York City, the appointment
it Samuel Gertner, executive di-
rector of Mt. Sinai Hospital, as na-
tional consultant on hospital and
nursing home construction and ad-
ministration for the organization.
Riverside Cashier
Off to School
Francis .1. Giuffrida, assistant
cashier of Riverside Bank, will at-
tend the School of Financial Public
Relations at Northwestern Univer-
sity m Chicago, 111.
The curriculum is designed to
provide specialized training and
education to presonnel with respon-
sibilities in the field of public rela-
tions, marketing, advertising, pub-
licity, and business development.
The forthcoming session of the
FPRA School, a two-year program.
runs from July 8 to July 21.
Giuffrida has been on the staff
of Riverside Bank since 1957.
Steinberg said that the Four
Freedoms hoard ol directors re-
cently authorized the formation of
a national committee of consult
ant- and acknowledged expert.- in
areas in which the organization is
aeti\ e.
He said that "the board of
trustees was much impressed
both with Gertner and Mt. Sinai
when they visited the hospital
last year," and commented on
Gerfner's "general excellent rep-
utation in hospital administra-
tion," his previous "able admin-
istrations at Beth Israel and Sy-
denham Hospitals in New Yorn,"
and "his outstanding record at
Mt. Sinai Hospital."
Gertner. in accepting the honor-
,iry and volunteer position, said
that he would "be pleased to con-
tribute in whatever manner" the
Four Freedoms felt he could be ol
service
According to Steinberg, the Four
Freedoms has under consideration
a' the present lime the construc-
tion of a too-hed convalescent re-
habilitation facility to be built on
the grounds (f Mt. Sinai U
iindc r the at l .- of Mi
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qualified seni r citizens,
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Page 2-B •Jenist ntridliair Friday, June 29, 1962 Joel Holtzman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Holtzman, receives the annual Sisterhood Award for Outstanding Scholarship during the past year. Presenting the award is Mrs. Louis Cohen, school board chairman, as Rabbi Eugene Labovitz looks on. Beat the Thermometer This Summer With Garden-Fresh Salads Galore Be one jump ahead of the ther i meter th:.' summer. Befon petites have a chance to Hag, temp) them with nutritious salads combin:he healthy company oi Vita herring and your favorite gardenfresh vegetables. With this winning team, you can create all sorts Ol refreshing hot weather meals which will supply the necessar; \iiamins. minerals and proteins to keep everyone in topnotch condition de.-phe the soaring temperatl r< g, Bite-size Vita herring fillets come ir. delicious wine or cream sauce, ar.d both styles are equally suited 1c be the center of attraction of delightful summer meals. You'll enjoy creating your own ft.lad combinations, but as a starter you might want to try these templ.ng suggestions from the Vita hi.me economists: MORE THAN EVER YOU CAN be younger looking zvith mild, mild Pa/n/o/ive care! .^ x / & %  k Massage vigorously with refreshing mild palmolive lather. Rinse and pat dry. k Repeat 3 times a day. Triple Treat Salac: For e a C li serving, arrange three lettuce leaves on chilled plates. Fill one lettuce cup with Vita herring fillets Itl wine or cream sauce, place pot-to salad Ml second lettuce cup. and in third cup arrange coleslaw made with both red ami green cabbage. Garnish herring with radish roses and potato salad with sprinki ling of paprika. • # Dip and Dunk Salad: Arrange serving of herring fillets in cream sauce in lettuce cup on chilled plate Garnish with tomato wedges and carrot and celery stick "dippers" to dunk in cream sauce. Healthy Company Salad: Toss assorted salad greens (lettuce, endive, chicory, and watercress), cucumber slices, radish slices, siiced tomatoes, chopped celery and a jar of Vita herring (either in wine or cream sauce) for a healthy .salad with lots of appetite appeal. Serve with your favorite salad dressing. For a really cool touch. >ervo this salad on the "rocks." You just need two salad or mixing bowls, one a little larger than the other. Fill the larger bowl with crushed ice and place the smaller one containing the salad inside The result — a well-chilled salad that's cooling to look at an.i delicious to eat. i he effect is i ven more frosty v hi n ji ii use glass bowls Vitality Salad: Tiny raw spinach l< .• es make a memorable salad, particularly when they're tos tillotin cream sauce \od French dressing i! necessary. Salad Kabobs: Here's a novel I servi %  lad Even finicky find this hard to resist. f!ei ri ts in w me sauce ai i i esl for this salad treat. Art u tin filli • one or two ol I on coi ktail picks tomatoes, cucumber slices, %  raw mushrooms, scalln carrot curls, radish slices Give rach person several kabobs foi ,i servii With salads as nutritious as these, it's hard to resisl paraphrasing old adage. Then lore, we sty, "Eat then, in good health. TRY NEW PINK PALMOLIVE mnrichtd with beauty cream or FAMILIAR PASTEL 6REEN PALMOLIVE I %  1i iiirifclti Social Club Sets Picnic Sunday Miami Friendly Social club will have a picnic on Sunday. 10 a m at Crandon Park Those needing transportation will meet at a m. at Beth Kl Congregation, .">> M SW 17th ave Serving on the arrangements committee are Mrs. Isidor Silver. Mrs. Sam Sarkin. Jacob Braff. Vail Shulman, Dave Chaswan and Mrs. Lois Rowner Max Garshag is president of the group Participants must bring their lunch. Beach Students Win Decrees Tw i rida receivI .h lor of Arts d< grees fro n : %  duri.-g its 11 h i %  Mass. Mi i :• .• Philipson, ol Miami, a .Mis* Cynthia Mas l Miam i Ecai h, w TC ami 270 undei giad %  i more than 70 gradu. le students honored at ;ommcncement exercises focused •n the theme "Education in Internal Perspective." Mrs. Philipson, 3335 Hiawatha ive., is a 1958 graduate ol Miami Beach Senior High School, where she was on the staff of ihe literary magazine and the school newspaper, and a member of the choir and swimming team. At Brandcis. she majored in history and served as ocial chairman of her dormitory lor two years, and was a member of the orientation committee, social committee, and choir. Mrs Philipson is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Harold Turk. 5574 Collins ave Miami Beach Miss Cohen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Benjamin K. Cohen. 9101 E Bay Harbor dr., is a 1958 graduate ol Miami Senior High School, where she was a member of the National Honor Society, Anchor Club and the swimming team A psychology major at Brandcis. -he will join the staff of the Boston Lying-in Hospital as a research assistant. Four members of the Greater Miami chapter of Hadassaii are leaving for Israel on a summer tour. They will travel on the SS Israel of the Zim Lines, departinq July 13. Left to right are Akiva Goffer, vice president cf Zim, in charge of the American-Israeli Shipping Company's local office; Mrs. Jennie Weinstock, Mrs. Esther Lewis, Mrs. Bertha Cohen, and Mrs. Tillie Greenberg. the Israel-bcund Hadassah members; Ben Vclpe, general manager of Rosenkranz-Volpe Tours, which arranged the itinerary; and Daphne Rosenkranz. Rear are Raul Gorfinkel. Sam Rosenkranz, president, and Jaime Volpe. vice president of the travel firm here. New Group Formed Here \ new croup has been organised ington Federal bldg., 1234 \\ tor the purpose ol offering a hii ... at s p.m ueekl) forum on current topic-. _, ,,. ,.. „ II er the* chartered name. The ,ed ocers are C hatm Rot president; Sol Zitter. vice pres. dent; Annette Seldon, secretary; Startii \ 3. the group will dement Lipman, treasurer. Fur r.eet oi thi First and third Fridays ther information is available at of ever) I th in the new Wash i7t",


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Friday. June 29. 1962 • t*+* ## %  FBnrMHfftfi Fcqe 15-A LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS HEREBY UIVEN lhal th. undersigned, deslrini age In l isim r mdei the riclltlou iinnn .-I NNYBROi >K APARTMENTS at %  I rdi n R<>ad \l ami '" • da Intends r.. registi i ime w llh the Clerk ..f the Circuit •' %  .in. ii BI'NNYIiROOK, INC .i i .: 'orii i Sole • 'w n< r W1NCUII .-. liRKENFIELD i i \pplli anl I %  • Llnooli Road nl Bi i Pla •'. I". 52-29, 7 •". NOTiCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY lilVKX I ml. : u i!. %  !. .i. slrlns i In I istm -under lilt fictitious mini.. ..I MITCHKI.I. PI'RMSHINH .-i. not .il IHM !•: Mil \ v 11 .. IUHII h ; %  i-l with i'!.Clerk nf the cireull Court ; of Dadi Cuiinty, Ploi Ida MICHAEL Ci >HKN •• IRTIMRR s COHEN '. %  %  %  i ii. y for Applli .mi %  \m.|. v I: %  .11 ii 15-22-29, 7 NOT.CE OF PUBLICATION 1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 62C 6372 ETHEL SPEAR Plaintiff \ .HERMAN lBPBAR Defendant s'liT P 'It DIVi 1R1 'E TO HERMAN I' SPEAR v.-n. HERMAN l" SPEAR, arc ebj notified tluit a Hill of Complaint foi Dlvoi ca h i.been fluid ilnst \ "ii. ami you • t • i. •.-. • ve '•' %  y of j ..IIVnsw. i ..i ii. adlng •" the Bill "t i %  %  • pi Int nn Mi. Plali • i r r" ,,i lornej Neal .1 Dunn, i i 'onereaii Build • v i" rl la, mil file the oi (tlnal Inswei • l*|i lino • Hi. nffli i thi Cl< K "i Mi, •' •, mi i "ourl ,'11 cr • the I :Mi ila> ..t Julj %  "'..' If >• u f.iII •'• do -. i Klirnu ni l %  !• I \> ill I., taken ,ii;.i Inat > ..ii f..i Mi.%  n lief .1. iiiainli ,1 in Mi, Kill ,.i .' i • • Tin.notlci Khali hi published .-' %  i %  ii THI: IKWISII n. i iiuni \\ HONK \NI> ORDERED it M %  Florida il 12th .lav %  %  him in • K H LK VTIIBRM VN I' l '.nl.i '.,iiiii \. I %  : ii Ida .. In ult < 'ourl S< al < II K I" (iltl'RH, I ', |illt> i 'lei k NEAL I Dl'NN Building M in I %  ., i la Attorm -. for Plaintiff •'. ; AMfiW LEGAL NOTICE BY HENRY LEONARD NOTICE UNDER F.CTITIOUS \ A M E LAW Ill BY HIVEN tl .ii• %  ... rictn %  Moll RN I'lll IT SHIPPERS n I i\.. II nil Ion .. nui ii i ; i rula ii:: %  .: i.. i, u i--. nami H iih the Cli 1 %  i I -.. ;. Count' l-'. MICHAKl. I 111 IIIN Soli tiwm 1 KRt > A I • .• • i' VSSEI. Attorm v> rm \|,|,r,. anl ; I2ii Mm iln Ri > l-l.,i Ida %  ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! *• Jet*isf> Hcr£cMann solicits your legal notices. We appreciate yomr patronage end guarantee accurate service at legal rates f#iaf Fit :tf<05 ior messenger service LEGAL NOTICE "My sermon tonight will be 'Judaism in tht Age of the Space Missile'." Ci. IHI, Dv>i"> PIXIJCI'OIM I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO. 49395-B IN RE: Estate of A1.EN VNDBR LEVIN I '• %  .is...I. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE 'APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE ,her.b.i Riven that I havi "N^THE COUNTY^JUDGES COURT fill 'l ,i l-'inal l:. ind Pel Ion for l Hfcl: button and I Inal 11 hai -• %  ..Idministral IN C T A of the • tati %  •I ALEXANDER LEVIN, .1 and thai on the 2mh da) of Jul> l62, will appl> to the Honorable "•..iiniy Judges .ff Dadi County, l-'i. i %  Ida, for approval ..f aald Final It.I".11 ami for distribution and final discharge ..Administratrix, C.T.A. "f Mi. IM.II. of the abo> i named '! Thl !oth da) ol J im i %  ••; %  : '•Altl.A I'INS LEVIN KOVNER A MANNHEIMER Ml..:,, i I-" I.in, ..In Road Miami Hi Ben, Florida 6 22 29. 7 6-1.1 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE .-.OTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Nl 'Tl' I-: IS IIEREHV IIIVEN that Ii %  • ; to engage In liimliii'^ii thi Ii ;• la HI i • %  I'A riEN I' CENTER al 1121 > VV 22nd s i., i. Miami int. ii,I• [ei aid name with I hi i "Ii k %  •• thi Clrcull Court il l>ii %  rlda ll.i iRII' \ IVSli : 'PLY INl .. I •'; Co ;. • %  i NOTiCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni'Tli'i: IS HEREBY OIVEN thai the underniirned, dealring to emtage in l.ii.-ii,. -IIII.I. i Mi. fletltl ..i RESTAI i: VNT 1*1 KRT' i SAi H'A .ii 7no i '• %  Hi-,.A ,. nue, Miami Hi ai li Inti n.I t.. n Klatei -.i .1 name i Ii tin Clerk .-I' the Clivuil t'ourt -: l i.nI. County, Plorlda, lili' \ I:I i-ARI Sole II. i !KI:SSLER .V I; VRS VI %  Applii*anl I '••:•> VS -i .-' • %  l-'l. .11,1.1 N AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE NO. S6C91 in RE I-;-I.II...i .11 "I.Iis \t HRCCKER Hi I ..i-.-il NOTICE TO CREDITORS To \ll i "n dllui ind All Pi %  %  ll. iv IIIi' .i In !" ..i 11, iii.iini.At II -' Said i:V. ii .ii • ii. b> notified and i equb ed Id p .-.II .ili.v .lain,..mil den ni.N which you mas ...v. asalnal the entali ol .in.ITS M. DRl'CKBR. deleaned lati of Dadi County, Florida, to tini'..imtv .luil-....I l'ail.County. ami HI. Mi. same in their offices in Ma Count) Courthouw In Dade County, Florida, within -IN calendar months from thi •!..'• .•( the first publication hereof, or the -am. will lie, l.ai l ,| Ri is I: l >RCi "K KR, Exi. utrlx A NORMAN HRfCK i: I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N' 1 'TICK is HEREBY U1VEN that | the ii.l, ,,. ,1 ,|, -iiiim ,,. llt ., K „ i„ i VM .. Executris business under the fi.-tit .name of in; Koad ROHERT M DRNKELD, I • M |l al I each. I % %  12: Street, North .MiFlorida mi. ti.i. io registei wild — %  nanu with tin I 'lei k ..f the I'ln -'..int nl I..i. Com Florida Ri 'I : I:T \I CI IRNI ELU P A. < orp. i 'w ni • nVRl N I. SI VRKER ittorni for Ci IO ition i*, \. • • %  22. :"13 |:< NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 6247 1 All.INK WASHINGTON, Plain) • • vs. JAMES It WASHINGTON, I >.-!. II, I.ml SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO lames B. Washington c •' Joe McNalr Cah .tv. i;. • -t K j.. You. James B Washington, .ire hereb) notified that a BUI %  •! Complain! tin Divorce has been filed against you, and you an required to -••v. .i cop) of youi Answer ni Plead* Ing t.. the Bill ..f Cini'lsint ..n the Plaintiff's attorstey, Lional I. Tultn, One Lincoln Road Building, Miami Reach. Florida, nn.i file the original An-vv.. ..i I'liuidini.' ill 111. office "f NOT.OE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N"' S II i IIVEN thai Mi. undi II liusllli Him the flctll •RIDA .AI.RATORY SIT NOTICE UNBER FICTITIOUS I %  • S \\ | Street. JJ i NAME LAW tend i" reglstei -..i.l name with the NuTlCE Is HEREBV HIVEN thai Clerk ol tin C|i i C i • iidersigued. desiring to en Florida IIIISJIICMI titioiis nanu liKl'SHMAN SHANNON PARK SERVICE sr \ I.' 'I Is ;i;. iSSM \ \ Tli I.N .ii %  % %  S \\ -"-'nil Avenui \l • • .': %  name with I hi I'll k ol thi Circuit • .-i I >.i.i. i '-.'iiiiv 1 ;,, i i,i 1'All. MILLER NOTICE UNDER FICIT OUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN that thi undersigned, desiring t" engage in business undei the fictitious name ..( B A R, LOl'NUE at I'M" West Flaglei s: inti nda t.. r. m-:, name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I '...I. '..iint v. I!..|i \\ I1.1.IA.M M I'I'NN. JR. Sob: I • Net KI:SSI.I:K A HAHS Attorne) s t..r Applicant 6 6-ir>-22-29 KDW RH II TERRY A ttortn > foi i u ni r -. N E ''.nl Strei Miami Shon -. Floi Ida L':* I : IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 5969 ERNESTO \. UAVALHA, I aintlfl vs. CAY C.AVAI.DA, I >efi n,hint NOTICE BY PUBLICATION You 'as '...v alda, addn -.and res A ll.i wn, Ro; il i lak, M Ii higan, .n. requ -I to fill youi to t ii nplaint itli the thi abo\i i 'ourl and BI rve %  oupy thereof t.. Harman Cohen, At torney, 1310-1] Congress Building, Floi Ida, on "i bel n llh oi else -nit III I %  onfi -.-. .1 Dated .Inn. 1st, l62 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that %  i desiring to engage m i fictitious name of SAM S REr KICERATK 'N at 148 i '..ihnA v. -. ,. Vflaml Beach l-'l Ida name wit h ..; thi circuit Court "f I lade • Florida F VLI'I I, INC \\ \ I TBR I! I. HI. 'WIT/.. Esquire Mtorne) fn I Inc. •. I i t Street Miami 1'.. -..h, El >rida 28 7 •:. 13 "I I th. i "1. i k .a the Circuit ''nurt on or before i>" 16th .t-i> ol Jtrtj 1861 you fall to .I" -". Judgmi nl b) default will be taken against you (.-r tile Ill | ,1.111.HI.I. .1 In the Bill ..f Ci mpla mi This ii" ti. • Khali he |iuhli>hed mire each week foi foui i onsi cutlve week* in THE IEV\ l.-ll Il.i iRII '1 \ N DONE \ND tlRDEREIl al M Plot Id 1.1'Mi .lav of JUJ • A I' %  I-: I'. I EATHERM \N I '1, 'k %  •ir irl Hade i int) F1 Ida |l> HELEN KESSLER I'. put) 'lerk l.Ii INEI. I. TI'I.IN I .in. ..In ltd llldg, Mian li II I l-'l.. ,for PI %  IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 62C-609I (Wiseheart. J.) IN RE SAM EEL HERMAN a k I El I.l 'El is ll BUM \N k .i III -I 'I i: l.i irTI'K joined bi \ VIS BARBARA SMITH LOFTl'S, his lfi to EDWARD JAMB Ll IKTI S \ H MM'. \K \ SMITH 1' 'III s. Inw if. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR CHANGE OF NAME To Whom it M.iv Col • i ii N',,11.-.. i hereb) i:i\,n that th.* undi i signed Pel iiniiii i Samui i Hei it-.n i k ., H,i i...ftuII. i man, i k a %  i -oftua, i-'in. 'I i'v in. R %  i.. i.i > Mi Loft us, his wife, t.' Edward •i."ftns and Avis Barbara Smith I .oft us h w if... win..-, ri aldi m %  addn -ii.,,; DeLeon I >i iv. Miami iic.-. Florida, Intends t" appl) Io M"ii.-i .ii.i. Marshall C Wbwhaart, Judge ..f the Blevi nth Judii lal Cti in and for Dade County, al his • in the Count) Court Housi al ;' \ M ..ii th. (4th .I.I v ..r July, ..aooa iii, :.-.,i I.I ., %  i '' I % %  hi .mi. f..i an 'ni. i iii inglng MI. ii name from Khmuel Herman, k i I;,I i^.fiu, H,., ,,, :ll i, ,.., oil I...fins, joined by Avis Barbara %  jmitn Loftus, ins wife, to Edward I • % %  %  .i.i kvls Barbai Smith I Ifl l.v win. h II in. >. known %  %  ""I ..t Miami Beach, Florid i thll '"i da) ..f June, 1862 BAM I El. IIKK.M v\ „ i-.'i Loftus Harman .. k i Eilili, Loftus, I ri %  \. l ;.i, R RARA BM1TH l."i-irs Petit tiers NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 6444 SYI.VI.N L. ANTUNCCCI, Plalntlfl vs. ANTHONY It ANTONL'CCI, I '• I. n .int 6UIT FOR DIVORCE % %  TO ANTHONY R ANTONt'CCI 131*3 13th Street. N W \\ ashington, I > •" You, \iitli,'iiv K Antonuccl, are hi t. b) not Hi .1 that a Bill ..f Complaint t"i I Hvotce has been fill -i against you, and you an re. mire,I t.' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NoTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring i" engagtf In busim -undei the fictitious n im of PAN AMERICAN CLOTHINU at 138 N Miami Avenue, .Miami. Horllla. intend t.register said name with the ICIcrk "t th.Clrcull Court "f Dade Count). Florida BERNARD EISHMAN PIN IE MAJEROWICZ S..K 'vv ll. I HENRY NORTON AttOl II' V I, %  A|'|.|l. .nits : lo6 I; .-. a> n,Building Miami, Florida •'. ;.'. :': %  7 6, 13 E H LEATHERMAN Clerk ..f the Circuit Court %  -all K M LYMAN I '.-i'ln v i 'lei k 6 8-15-22-28 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO. 56181-C In RE K ELSIE E I'TAL, IV %  NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All creditnrs and All Persona Havlnv Claims oi Damands A^'in-t :.ik. n II Bald i: dati .,:. herel notified and t • %  ilri .1 present an) claims and damaDda I IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 56068-A IN RE: Estate Of SARA SAC II Alt 11.. •-.'-, ll NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors -.-.1 All Persona Having claims .a Demands Against Said Estate You are hereb) notified and requlr* .1 l win. h v,,ii ma) have againal tluestati nl l-M.sii: E I'TAL, .U-..,.~. .1 latl "I I'.i,l. Count), El.'liila, III tile -v Judges of Dadi County, ami til. thi same in their offices In the. Count) Courthouse In Dade, County, Florida, within Big .-ali-mlar months from the date "f tin flral puMloatlon hereof, -I the same will t*bjtrred. HL4RRY M lti'S':N. Executor • IRR ,vLAZAR Attoi ne) s t.-i Executor i"7 Lincoln Road Mi.iml Bea' h, Florida i t, M 7 t, il NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY G1VBN that IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 56097 IN RE Bstati of THELMA ANDERSON THOMPSON I ...-, ,1 servi 'i'v of your Answer or Plead. NOTICE TO CREDITORS ns to thi IIU "' Complaint on thi r \, Hors and All Persons HavPlaintiff's attorneys, WEINKLE A,,,_ ,,„.. ,. i. i• %  >.-! .EI: -! i .-. hold Building, Mlami I thi inni > .. !( lifted and i e.i tpresent an) .In.mand d.,,„. „ m( M ..,„.,i. ,I.MI inn in engage in mandi wnlch you m) hava aploal business under the fictitious Same ol the estate ol SARA SACHAR deBIMiKWATER BL'ILDINQ at 2212 %  • %  %  !"• >f Dade County, IHorlda, i B ls.avm Itoitlevand Miami :t7. Eleri" th.' ount) Judges of Dade i ounty, „,„ ,„,.,„,, ,,, .._,-,, ...„i Iu m ,. wi h and file thsame w, their "iii.-.s >i. .,,.. ,.,,.. k ... ,,„ ,-,,,,,„ court of I,. Count) .....Mi. -us.In Dade i oun,,, ., ,-. lnl ,.-,..,,.,., iv Florida within six calendai tii"ntlis I'.ISCAYNE COMPANY from Mi, date of thi flral publication "a*Kla Corp ) Side Owner "'TM 0 .' .IT h f. m l *'." '' WINCOR & ORBENriELD BIIIIKRT H Vnli.i,V r Utrnr>sf..r Vppll' ml |K"I-I-.I.I II PRAI I.l'. .,,,. | ,,„,,;. |;.,.,,| Miami Bea. h, Ha. %  > Oeorg, ,i i %  in l 'leading In I he nfl t t he i 'lerk of thi Clrcull on or bel i ii.ISi h 'lav o| v ..ii fall t" ,l" -... Judgment b) w ill 1.. the reliel rti II tided ll %  • il : aim I'll.. Isheil once ...., h Wi Weeks in THE I K\\ ISli i DONE VND ORDER I-: II LEATHERMAN l Courl Dade Count) l I I ,-..,|. Iv I' 11 LAN WAY, I.. ',,-,11 v Chrk \\ KIN K l.i; .v KESSLER i .-. laild Kiillding i xi i%  i m v.fm Pla s Ht COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 56100-C IN RE Bstati of PA .RICI V E l> VILKY, Dei eased NOTICE TO CREDITORS fo All %  %  '--I ii' i Ml Pel sons Hav Ing Claims oi Demands Against Said I MED-I-KAL PHARMACEl'TICALS, Bstati INC • Elm Ida corporation fou an hereb; lifted and requlrB) Henr) R Diamond, President ,i io pn %  :.' an) rlaims and demands OEORliB UILBBRT ii an; i i.inns and di ,i ....ii mill ii.... against m T HELMA ANDERS' .N IP: i.N i i-,,l late of Hayno ,i 'initv. .\. Carol HI i" the Count) Jiiilgis %  •! Dade Count) and file the -..in.In their offices in the ri house n Dade I 'ounl v. A ihi, -i\ ... ndar months lati "i the Hi -i pitblli atlon ..j h. ir. vv ill he ban < %  •! i ..t w.i.v m -v ill.. North %  ,i ..this i-t da) "i M.IV. I.",.I'i'l,"i:i-:s THOMPSON MKDKORD \ Vncillar) Kxecul i'i\ Ri IRERT Si I ITT KATE MAN Vttorne) for Dolores Thompson Medford, Anclllar) E\.-.utii\ I lllli Allisl-v Kui Miami 12, Fla %  7 6 13 22-28. 7 6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai tinundersigned, deal Ing la engagi In l.ii.-iu, ss under th. fictitious num.of IIENI.EE ADVERTISINO i '" at 1140 N.E I63i .i si,.-, t. Miami, Florida Inti mlIn i -. itei said name w ith th, Clerk "i the circuit Court "f Bada Count) Floi Ida Att.'i m v i I i Mian l: K I Ida IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT ^-.^^ ___ 'N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. N01 J C f UNDER FLORIDA IN PROBATE FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N0 41327 NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVE:.N M,.,, N llK thi undersigned, di ,, • KHIANSIIIP oP 'ii.' thi fictitious nanu of \i.ii R N \NCY I II-'P.ERM w HERN VRD I' lYCK tTHE CO-l IP • M KINtll ,n 1101 I.111. i l; ad, Suiti NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE Miami Beach, Florida Intends to APPLICATION FOR TRANSFER OF %  • "•! "• I 1 Mi. N | s N) |.is\|. HISCHARUE % % % %  Hadi Com %  Notlci hi •• b> given that I hav "'•' ,.,.,%  .. ... lied my |M-I for Transfer of E unda i-i-.i.N \i.i • ii 'M i-. ,,„,! „ | _.. HK Guardian of >• l< 'wner | hi inlii" i • rail I Uli ;-• Nanc) l.i.-i.. i in. and that on thi '.'"th da) of ..__,_, ,,,„^„ luly, 1862, will apply to the Hon FICTITIOUS NAME LAW approval of s.n.l NoTIi I. IS HRRE.IIi ISIY S I ..,, T ,,,,.,. ,,, Kunds. mdersigned desirlni I ngagi Ii Hanoi th. minor child, A.I. I. .n.l. i Mi. it. iltlout names oi RINI-. ShlH II I PIRATE SPA RES MILTON \ MMEI'.MAN. I Al l:\.\r .it •:• %  [ Southwest 248th Petitioner .-..ii. Florida intends to nil \lnsle> Building which v".i ma) havi against the is tati of Pali Ii la K I 'alii .1• .. • d tali ,.t I'lih County, Rorlda, t" the '.. .nl v hi.it. "I I '.•'!• %  ''.Hill v .in.l 111. 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Page 2-A +Jen isr Meridian Fiidoy, June 29, 1962 Rel-gious Articles Are Consecrated Congregation Beth Kl consecrated nev religious artii les :\\ :i rec • Saturday morning service here. Philip Berkowitz, honorary life presidenl <>i the congrega'ion, to:• iher with his children, presented l.th Kl wi'ta .i new royal blue "Paroches" i ,\rk cover. Torab < ivers, Pulpil covers, a id a sel <1 crystal chandeliers ab % %  >' the Ark. The consecration servi e was conducted by Rabbi Solomon Schiff, t 'initial leader, who expressed the congregation's gratitude in the ; Fence of Abe Chiel, president. Kiddush and reception in the auditorium was given by Bcrkovitz following the service. Four Freedoms Retirement Organization Hemes Gertner as National Consultant Four Freedom-, th" retirement Steinberg said that the Four rganizution of the AFL-CIO, anFreedomboard oi directors reounced Wednesday through it< (cntly authorized the formation ot resident, W. R. Steinberg, of a national committee of consultNew York City, the appointment ants and acknowledged experts in ol Samuel Gertner, executive diareas in which the organization is rector of Mt. sinai Hospital, as naactive. tional consultanl on hospital and board of nursing home construction and ad* ministration lor the organization. *£••• TKJ^L. 2T £S both with Gertner and Mt. Sinai when they visited the hospital last year," and commented on Gertner's "general excellent reputation in hospital administration," his previous "able administrations at Beth Israel and Sydenham Hospitals in New Yorn," and "his outstanding record at Mt. Sinai Hospital." Rabbi lehrman Addresses ZOA Meeting; Cites Nasser '64 Vow to Destroy Israel Riverside Cashier Off to School Francis .1. Giuffrida, assistant cashier of Riverside Bank, will attend the School of Financial Public Relations at Northwestern University in Chicago, 111. The curriculum is designed to %  the grounds f Mt. Sinai Hospital under the aegis of Mt. Sinai, the ejection of a cosl n.ent houst on Collins p qualified -< ni r citizens, rently operatt the Four hotel on I llins ave. TERMITES SWARMING? A Or kin for the sake of your home Gertner, in accepting the honor CONVENTION IN WASHINGTON PAGE 9-A By Special Report WASHINGTON — The new settle ments now springing up along all r! Israel's borders are contributing mightily to the security of the country*now more menaced than ever by its Arab neighbors, declared Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-EI, Miami Beach. He spoke at the breakfast for [ ates to the convention of the si Organization of America, ged by the Jewish National Fund. Israel land-reclamation arm i: the World Zionist Organization The breakfast was sponsored jointin which the highest Zionist body between Congresses took note "of the Jewish National Fund's programs for coming years which are most important for fortifying the boundaries of the State, expanding agricultural settlement and increasing the absorptive capacity of the country." "The revival of the glorious 'Tower and stockade' period of the JNF history during which the whole country was dotted with Jewish settlements ready for work and de fense is now more urgently needed than ever to secure Israel's bor ders from attack." concluded Dr. provide specialized training and ary and volunteer position, said education to presonnel with responthat he would "be pleased to con sibilities in the field of public relatribute in whatever manner" the tions. marketing, advertising, pubFour Freedoms felt he could be ol licity. and business development, service. The forthcoming session Of the According to Steinberg, the Four FPRA School, a two-year program. Freedoms has under consideration runs from July 8 to July 21. a* the present time the construe Giuffrida has been on the staff lion of a 100-bed convalescent reef Riverside Bank since 1957. habilitation facility to be built on Rut stein Talks in Orlando Leo Rutstein, Southeastern director of the American Techmo" Society. Israel Institute of Technology, spoke at a meeting of the Orlando. Fla chapter last week. !•. with the Foundation for the JN~, Lehrman. v.hu-h seeks to secure larger funds ft r .INF projects in Israel through bequests and the assignment of ins. ranee Dr. Lehrman is a member of the national board of directors of the American Technion Society. He is also a member of the advisory WOULD YOU LIKE TO ACCUMULATE INCOME AT A TAX BRACKET NO GREATER THAN 22*.? WRITE T.P.. c o Jewish Flondian. Bo 2973. Mam Postoffice. 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Dr. Lehrman, in praising the Jewish National Fund, pointed to the resolutions recently adopted by the Zionist Gn*ss>rsl Ceswieil, TENSE NERVOUS HEADACHES call for STRONGER Yet SAFER ANACIM | Won't Upset The Stomach Anacin* not only gives ttrongtr, { alter relief from P'n of headache ut Is also eafer. Won't upset the •tomach and has no bad effects. You •ee, Anacin is like a doctor's prescription. That is, Anacin contain! rot just one but a comhinnfion of medically proven, active ingredients. Scientific research has proved no tingle drug can give such strong yet such safe relief as Anacin Tablets. cil of America, the executive com mittee of the Florida Anti-Defama tion League, and for two years served as a member of the Governor's bi-raci.il committee. 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POQO 8-D 3 m 1si > Tfcridtor Friday, June 29. 1962 Lawrence A. wien has been elected president of the Federation of Jewish Philanthropies Of New York He's the brother of Leonard Wlen Of Miami fame here Milton S. Malakoff, first city manager for State cf Israel Bonds in Greater Miami, is section staff director for the Cni'ivl Knd earn paign again this year Malakoff is a former public relations director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Wile Betfy is [bag tune administrative assistant to Rabbi Leon Kronish at Temple Beth Sholom Among top Beach leaders in business division of I'F are George W Valentine, Abe Thai and Howard Handleman. Sophia Englander, wife of Miami Beach's vice mayor, again heads the residential division. She'll be off to Bradenlon next week in her new role as Democratic stale committeeuoman for Dade county. The Nation, one of America's oldest and best magazines, when it isn't overcome with its own words, has come out with a special issue entitled "The Ultras," which is must reading. The June 3(1 issue discussed the aims, affiliations and finances of the radical right Of special interest is a somewhat abbreviated biography on Dr. Fred C. Schwari, leader of the Christian Anti-Communist Crusade II points cut that both Dr. Schwarz' parents were Orthodox Jews in Australia, but that they were converted in the late 11130's. when Fred was in his late twenties. Evidences are spelled out of the attraction for antiSemites which the Radical Right holds out. John Katpar and George Lincoln Rockwell are given fairly comprehensive treatment All in all. author Fred J. Cook, Phi Beta Kappa from Rutgers, has done the most comprehensive job of pinpointing just where the Right >tands today. Things are humming at the Miami Beach office of Zim Israel lines, where Southeast director Akiwa Goffer has been upped to a vice presidency. Joseph Patrick Smith has been named office manager Smith, who came to Zim after duty with Cunard Fagle and Northwest Orient Lines, has made the shift from air to sea with ease He studied at the United States Merchant Marine Aademy. Visiting Miami Beach now, staying at the Fontainebleau. is Martin East, of London. One of Great Britain's more enterprising real estate investors, he ha< recently taken a one hour motion picture of Israel, which friend Goffer Says is outstanding. Fast takes films as a hobby He should get together with Herald amusements' editor George Bourke. Fourth of July celebrants will have their choice of several topnotch Independence Day events Miami Beach i.odge of B'nai B'rith will hold its annual fete at Flamingo Park bandshell. A few blocks further south. Washington Federal's Jack D. Gordon and Arthur H. Courshon will stage a fireworks display and band concert at Pier Park. And in the Orange Bowl. Dick Rondell final!) gets his long-dreamed-oi spectacular off under the sponsorship of South Florida Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation Joe Tannenbaum notes that Gulfstream has contributed more than S3.000.uXK) to charity and scholarship • the plan of extra racing days was inaugurated in 1950 Harry Zukernick, a member of the board of governors .:" ;!.-• Bar Assn., was appointed chairman of the client's %  • mittee by state president Reginald L. Williams", of oiiami. K:ibrt u. Feibeiman was named chairman ol the bankruptcj -..' c< mittee of the corporation, banking and business law committee, TIH L'niversit) of Miami's first summa cum laude 1 iw sen. • % %  < •' % %  a: • 0] Marshall J. Langer, was appointed state chairman ur international and comparative law. Florida Power and Light has inked with the Miami Board o Itors Home Show for the eighth consecutive year Appointed bj the National Assn. oi Manufacturers as a member of the marketing imittee is Maurey L. Ashmann, president of Film Art Corporation, and former chef of the Miami narking authority Cliff Straus handling executive membership program for Morris Fox at Ue-t brooke Country Club Quiet but efficient Irwin Block has started his ith year here with the Israel Bond organization Asher Cailingold, director of the Haifa Community Center, will report on comparative Si Cial service trends in Israel and the United States at the 37th annual national conclave of the Mizrachi Women in New York City on Sept. Hi to 19. Chuck Goldberg has won a Duncan Hines listing after his second year of operation at the Sorrento hotel Jerry Lewis' opening night on the NBC Tonight show was among the best performances we've < n him offer Miss Israel of 19B2. Miami Beach-bound, was a guest. %  Not only has Greater Miami taken the lead in per capita purchases of Israel Bonds among major American Jewish communities, hut it threatens to far outstrip other cities in its investments ir. private industry in the Jewish state The Miami Israel group, founded bv Samuel Friedlard, Max Oroviti, Dan Ruskin and Sam Blank, is one of the largest in Israel. This area's participation in Sam Rothberg's and Lou Boyar's Israel Investors Corporation is documented in the election of Jack S. Pcpick and Maurice Reviti to the national board. Jack Cantor ha> paved the way for the Industrial Development Bank And Rassco Israel, real estate giant of the Middle East, has made enough headway here in recent months to warrant opening an office. Finally. Manny Sella, who sold out the Supersol Supermarkets issue in record time, came to town to prepare for the floating of an issue of Tel Aviv Hilt.it: Hotel bonds and Stock Much el the keen interest in private investments can be credited to Ami Brown and Zvi Eaden, the two directors of the Israel Government Investment Authority offices since opening her.' less than three yean ago. And of cour>e it U .k large scale investors such as Jack Rifkin to implement the ram. YOU GET MORE CALLS WHEN YOU* PHONE IS ALWAYS ANSWERED We can answer your phone in your own name. Less than $5 per week for a full time Telephone Secretary. ANSWERITE, INC. TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE Phone JEfferson 8-0721 South Miami Judge Strickland Charged With Making Anti-Semitic Remark See 'During the Week' Page 4-A DAVID SINGH Papa Singer Loves To Travel to Israel A "living" example of longevity and activity in Florida under the sun is David Singer, father ol William Singer, scion of an industrial empire in Florida and former member of the State Road Common. As :ui 88th birthday gift from the Singer boys—there are fourPapa went on Fl Ai Israel Airline's new non-Stop Boeing 707 flighi to Israel, an I he traveled lb • • i*her Miami Beach ; r. ities there. ich as Max • -"v i. The senior Singer loved Israel ~,. muih. and was having such a "ball" at the Dan hotel. that tr.e.i i Orovi.z, of the Miami Investors Croup in Israel, on the urgent cabled request of William. had to personally arrange a definite date for Dad's return, lie arrived in Miami hale, hearty and bubbling over with enthusiasm for this, his second visit to Israel. Declared l'apa Singer on his re turn: "I intend to keep pace in the years ahead with the increasing number of Royal Castle openings, and hope to revisit Israel, by Fl AI of course, each succeeding birthday My trip was the best present the boys ever gave me His sons agree with l'apa—their only problem is getting him back to Miami each time Choi Chapter Delegates Chai chapter of B'nai B'rith Women this week announced names of delegates who will represent the chapter at the District 3 convention of B'nai B'rith in Washing ton. DC. this weekend. Dee gates are Mrs Esther Lerman and Mrs. Max Kern trustees; Mrs Oscar Rosenthal, counselor; Mrs. Ruth Corey and Mi-s Myrna Green Mat. vice presidents; a nd Flora II Sinick, president YiGRAN FREE A South Miami ju 'ge is on the 'iot seat, char ;ed i j a resi le il here with making anti-Semitic re marks against him. Judge E Iward Strickland appeared before County Attorney Darrej Davis on Wednesday !o answer to allegations made by Marvin Cohen, i 0311 sw 12th ter that Strickland s;:id "All you Jews tire the in Ninety percent plead not guilty." ••hen Cchen appeared before him .n a minor traffic offense on June 8 Strickland arrived at the hearing with two attorneys, Judge Richard Hunt and Milton Farrell. Testifying in his behalf was the officer involved, whs c'id not appear at the June 8 hearing. The officer had given Cohen a summons for running a stop sign. When other defendants pleaded not guilty in the absence of the Metro policeman, and were released withRassco Opens Office Here Rassco Israel Corporation, real estate and construction firm which has pioneered the agricultural and industrial development of Israel. has opened offices in Miami Beach Jacob Snyder, national sales manager for Rassco, announced the appointment of the Cera 1.1 Schwartz Agency, in one Lincoln Road bl i to h indie salt an I public relat ons a< I h it es th • State of Fl ri la In add tior-. to erect. more than 30.000 housing units in Israel Rassco has undertaken larg?scale building operations for foreign investors and public' instituMany of the major buildings of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, the entire Bar-Han Univers'ty of Te! Aviv, and all of the Superss! supermarkets were constructed by Rassco. Foreign e ipit ii m ibilize I for investment in Israel through Rasj o is bein : into building projects a iricultural and industfi ei pri tea through Rassco subsidiaries ai I securities Rassco was founded in 1934 by the Jewish Vgencj for Palestine and the World Zionist Organization, upon the nitiative of the late Dr Chaim Weizmann, first pies ldent of the Stilt.of N: mt fine. Cohen d d the same ;t at th i> tint that Judg i sti i mad< his alleged antl Si omment. Henry Norton, attorney f n cross-examined fhe officer when ie n| I County Attorney Davis al | hearing that he had • oppi I .•I Coral Gal les back in Maj i it same v ,..i ition, and that he i ..i In in go after warning him "Is it not your uty to iss | tat ion v her. j on sec a v tolation Norton .le.ran.led The policei said 'hat he had no time bet i simultaneously, he received an emergeno call and was forced 11 leave Norton then wanted o know how he could remember I it name since last May, and ;( it was indeed, the same Man l Cohen Whereupon, the officer nutted he wasn't sure at all Meanwhile, Robert Metzger, an Assistant State Attorney here, voluntarily wrote Davis that he had been in the South Miam court on June 8 and heard Strickland use the word, "Jew," ah though he could not be sjre in what context. Hunt, cross-examining M I "ho appeared at the hearing, id ii-.itte.l that Judge v.ruk i:..v e said you" and no: ".lew \t ihe same time the bailiff ai I clerk of the court, subpoened J : pi ar, sail thi v v ere too busy i hive hear.! anything of a derogatory nature th-t Judge Strickland it have said. The case will .:•> before the county commission as soon as -. i ipt ol Wedne %  .!. %  > a pro,. i have been prepared Judge Stri. land's is an appointive and not .i elected position Independence Day Dance satur.lav evening. July 7. will i ark the Independenci Daj dai sponsored by the Abe Horro l'o-t and lUXiliar) Jew i-h U Veterans, at the I nified bl.lg \E 171st si CANTOR-HfBREW TEACHER Bar Mitivah a specialty, perfect Bool Kereh, seeks yearly or High Holiday position. Cantor H. T., Box 2973, .Ybin Post Office, Miami 1, Flo Beth Shirah Sisterhood Temple Belli Shirah Si Stern lod held a tropical tea Tuesda) a; W'estbrooke Country Club. 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Marseilles Teems With Tragedies of Displaced
By IRVING R. DICKMAN
MARS I LLESOn VVednes bj
morning, June 5. Lucien M. left
i aparti il in the Bab-el-Oued
quarter m Algiers at 6:30 a.m..
as though he were going to work
... usual. Around the corner
however. 94 hailed,a..cab, first
making certain that the driver
was not ta OAS (French Secret
Army) man. From a friend's
store, where he had left them.
he loaded two suitcases into the
cab. A ew minutes later, his
wife and four children came
.iround the corner, and got into
the cab WAtiicut a word.
All the ay to the dock, the M
family kepi looking nervously be-
hind tin and to each side. The
two younger children crouched
n the door of the cab. When
thej go) : the dock, they found
quanta by two linea of police
vuth sub-machine guns. Hut they
lid not .in to relax even a
little -til they were actually
aboard th< >hip.
Lucier* M., 51, his wife and four
children, were among the 6,000
Algerian refugees who reached
Marseille on Thursday, June 6.
Some 3,000 came aboard three
ships, the rest by plane. Among
the 6 .COO there were an esti-
mated 500 or 600 Jewish refu-
ges.
The M.'s are Jews who trace i
ther stay in North Africa back i
for generations. Their Spanish j
name indicates that they may (
well be descended from Jews I
who left Spain at the time of the |
Inquisition.
For I.ucien, this was his sec-1
ond trip to France in a little over i
six months. As far back as last
November, he had seen the sha-
dow of coming events. At that
time, he had come to spend four
days with his cousin, a French
army non com. He is a skilled
restorer of antique furniture. He
spent the entire four days looking
for work in Marseilles and the
surrounding area. When he could
not find any. he returned to Al-
geria and hopelessness
The M 's lived, not too badly,
in a municipal housing develop-
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Mrs Meir said the
make possible in-
vities In international
cultural relation- and
ms a- well as the
roadening oi Israel's
intention, such onesided appeals
were hound to distort the image of
Israel as a peace-loving country "
She warned again that repeated
Arab threats of war against plans
to harness the waters of the Jor-
I dan liner would not affect imple-
mentation of Israels internal pro
iects. she said that the develop
menl of Israel and the integration
'of its immigrants were 0Ot depen-
dent on the attitude of the Arab
countries.
45,000 Jews
Flee Algeria
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
PARISAn official of the cen-
tral Jewish welfare agency in
France reported Monday night
that an estimated 40.000 to 15.000
Jews have been among the Al-
gerians pouring into France in the
last few weeks.
Julien Samuel, executive direc-
tor of the Fonds Social Juif Unifie.
made the report at the close of a
two-day meeting of the Standing
Conference on European Jewish
Communit) Services,
At the same session. Dr. Astorre
Mayer, of Milan, president, report
ed that Jewish communities of
seven European countries had con-
tributed S150.000 to a joint fund
sponsored by the conference to
help Algerian and other North
African Jewish refugees.
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ment. After the French Govern-
ment-FLN (Algerian indepen-
dence movement) agreement,
they were forced to move for
safety Into the Bab el-Oued quar-
ter, which was now completely
European. As life became more
difficult. Mrs. M. had to go to
work as a scrubwoman in a hos-
pital.
It took extreme courage for
the M.'s to leave. Aside from the
dangers, they did not dare to sell
anything they owned. Refriger-
ator, furniture anything that
would not fit into one of their
two suitcases was simply left
in the apartment
In Marseilles, Lucien s cousin
me* them. There wore also rep-
resentatives of the Fonds Social
Juif Unifie, the French Jewish
welfare organization, which is
subsidized by the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee, with United
Jewish Appeal funds.
In the huge landing shed in
Marseilles, someone asked Lucien
about his plans From the docks,
he was going with his family to
spend the Shavuot weekend ii> i:i
cousin's already crowded home.
After that?
"My future," I.ucien said bleak
ly. "is four days long.'- In one
way. the M family is happier
than many who are arriving,
Among the 5.000 to 6.000 refu-
gees arriving in Marseilles daily,
there are many instances of mo-
thers with three or four small
children traveling without hus-
band and father The lather has
stayed behind, either from fear
or from a desperate hope that he
can sell enough of his business
or household goods to give him
a new start in France. The..,
fatherless family groups often
need immediate financial help
the French Government, which is
making financial provision for
the Algerian "repatriates." does
not yet pay the repatriation al-
lowance unless the head of the
family is also in France.
Representatives of the volun-
tary agencies speak most highly
of the cooperative attitude of the
French authorities, who have cut
red tape, and the consequent
waiting at the dock and the air-
field, to a minimum.
Everywhere on the docks are
the brassards of the French Red
Cross, the Salvation Army, the
Secours Catholique, the Acceuil
Protestant, and the FSJU, iden-
tified by the words Secours Is-
raelite-Jewish aid. Boy Scouts
in uniform carry packages and
valise:; (hey and other volun-
tci?-s deal with the muny whee.-
chair and stretcher cases To
hHp t.'ie harassed mothers curing
the landing procedure, the volun-
teers bring children and infants
to a pouponnerie (nursery) which
has been set up by the Red Cross
in a large sunny room in the-
landing shed.
The proportion of Jews among
the refugees is nearly always
about 10 percent, the same ratio
as exists in Algeria itself.
Most of the Algerian Jew? will
be staving in France for the time
being. For one thing, they feel
that knowing the language will
give them a head-start toward a
new life
But one of the groups coming
in on Thursday consisted of elev-
en HalQtzim, aged 14 to 18. who
will get their training at a "haeh-
Shara" near Toulouse before ga-
ins: on to Israel.
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Friday, June 29. 1962 k Je*lsf> fk>rkiP*r I Banes %  -.it"" %  [ %  —Illl Page 13-A GEMS OF WISDOM Out soul demands great things. • i ur body hjs no ground on BERDICMEVSKY. :• tand. vhich -s the Jewish exile. YIDDISH EXPRESSION. wandering foot : Jirjv and .'>< the Tnbcs of the IIM uecry breast. Hiu' *hall ^ f| ff if rr Thf mid doir hath her nest, fox h..: cave. Mankind their country Israel. I '"" '*"•' VV€. BYRON • • Exih is j form 0/ imprisonment. I The refugee is 'Ia r / ail u „ n •ui il or water u. IBN BZRA. I v£ OZe .9^ea/ W O/ C^ famf 5 rCeligious JL^ife Misreading of Scripture Bar to Creative Ingenuity Here m exile God himself is 111 exiu 1 1 VI VITZHOK. : • • • It is ukt a few out 0/ :lir e\ •i the I than : %  the exile out l,u-. S 1 1\|\ • • • wit • X: f tflf I:.ii'"; 1 H 11 not at p ~ Mill B N AH MAN • • Witl Israel II 1 1 • lete. :"H \K %  RIB] I 01 \ • • •: Israel will ,"'"ir material wealth not might or technical hut b\ 11. moral human value*. HI N Gl'RION. I s • m : by n ;..I achiei rment, chai M t>hec\ ii. o\es tli? (pirn of froNAHAM HR M;I \\ • • Who tings in tins world will ring Iso in thf next. SANHEDBJN. I : %  : I'l ur imagination. Perhaps because >f what has been omitted, both in lialogue and action, is why the vents become so much more sus•enseful The Biblical author permits our imagination to run the jamul of conjecture, and thus -reates ;i far greater dramatic impact than a minutely detailed cloak and dagger" build up mighl com ey This, ill effect is the greatness Scripture, as Maurice Samuels indicates The Biblical language is compact and concise, encompassing a world of emotion and dramatic confrontation, in a few well 1 no-m phrases. Ours is a different time. We live in an age of fluidity of the -poke,, and written word. Our culture is characterized by semantics. (lie sanctity of the tongue has lost its time hallowed value. To verbalize has become a virtue in itself. It is almost as if we fear to stop tatting, lest our ears hear what we are saying and our minds catch up to our mouths. We seem to find consolation for our passivity where action is indicated, with words. The human language, intended as the instrument of communication, has become instead the tool for creating misunderstanding and a vehicle for subterfuge. In this context, our mass media, especially J the motion picture industry, have often failed to understand the significance of Scriptures brevity. It seems to me that Hollywood has pertor men ^ s e r v 1 c e a Jfi i s (AJe e k e n J Information to be included in the Religious Services column J must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later | than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All releases received after that time will be returned as proof of their lateness. 1 *GUOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave Orthodox. RaDDi Isaac Ever, rldnj 7 |i.m Matrrda) :'." i m Serii. HI: "Brlnclni Evil Reports." *NSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave Conservative. R. Yusko. president. — • — 3ETH DAVID 2625 SW 3rd ave Conservative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. Cantor William W. Lioson. : i' 1 ') 1 p ui. Saturday :• %  m Bar '.Iltsvah rjnrj Steven, son ol Mr and Mrs btanley i iostel %  -. FROM THE TALMUD 1 3ETH EL. 500 Sw mn ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff, 1 *:4."i p in Sal unlaj Sermon: "Spj Ing or • ibsei v Ins a.m. 12250 NW 2nd ave. RABBI SAMUtL JAfft Biblical exploitation 3ETH EMETH. Conservative. 3CTH ISRAEL. 4000 Pr.nri. ave. Orthodox. R.ibbi H. Louis Rottman. • — 3ETH JACOB 301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 3ETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave. Orthodox. Julius Snpero, president. • — BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky. BETH TORAH. lMin si. ...id NE 11th ave. Conservative. R.ibbi Max Lipschitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen. baum. vVayyilcra K.ihhah. ?4. 9. \\ ue"i J bezgsr standt at VOW loor the Holj One BlcsifJ be He :.:':A' jr hlS riuhf hand. • • • V Peah, 21b. K Eleazar ben Pedat said \\nust pve credit to the imposterj .: riic' poor; were if not | • if a mjii it-ere allied for al-n^ lid not une tlit'iii af o".< ihn nl • 44 CHEATING AND MISLEADING. Metsia. 51. \ %  %  : %  %  %  t thai i'i i.i i:.ir Mr*. '. S::io p m Sat Urdu v i. ., m ih Ni il. Bon .i .'. Sej mour Urookmej %  • m Mr. HIHI Mrs John Hoffman Metsis : ;ue i> il ni mutters %  of ID • om -rj,irio formed a gross disservice in projecting on the wide screen expanded i Biblical themes, completely devoid of authenticity, and infused with i banal and irrelevant dialogue. ,K T ^ S m,sread n of Scripture has denied the coming generation n M ...,,. ^ '"' privilege of drawing on its own creative ingenuity and imagination J V H W n 4 V O ? 7C"*t* for itself the character and personality of the classic spir| tual gants. In many instances, it has disenchanted us. Now and .forever more, will Moses be pictured as Charlton Heston. and the Biblical heroines as the Hollywood starlets who portray them Fortunately, the story of the spies has thus far not been so exploited and continues to spark ou rimagination and bestir our emotions. Because Scripture is so concise in its description of this incident, our own conjecture affords us a more intimate understanding of the fears and apprehensions of the spies, who were imbued with an inferiority complex because of their recent slavery. At the same time, we who are staunch in spirit and acquainted with the sacrifices which freedom necessitates, would identify with the two intrepid messengers and their optimistic report, "to go up at once and take it for we are well able to overcome." ~V2~VV& '1Q5 #Oi*ii iv Q"IDD niXD lOTOS,71310 711 T : •* : T T •• "7D2 riVEn-D* niton *?v .Dtoyn T T •"3ns ]7i n'pnn-D; niton -i*3 D'p*nyn Lmavn Til i. • T .... T t i3nn .un-atf Ta "?# in .nj2? 2ooo-n nnv -^p 1 ? jnlK *?y ty -niiponmtonn "?^ nniDD'Tin "? ,np'nyn T : : • i T • T .)nix nan^ n?n CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Strassfeld. CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER Conservative. 8755 SW 16th st.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. Friday 7 p m Saturday H a-m. Serin, in: "Do Spies Deserve Despise?' Itur Mltsvah: Mark, son uf Mr. and Mrs Leon Darlow. — • — DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Riehtsr. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. Prlday \.\\ a.m. Sermon: "is Palth an illusion?" Saturday 8:S0 a m Bar Mltsvah: Nathan, son of Mr. and Mrs Richard lioinherg;. — • — PLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi. Conservative. Hyman Coverman. president. Cantor George Goldberg. Friday S:3u p.m. Saturda) 9 %  m Bai Mltsvah: Robert, sun ..f Mr. and Mrs I'aul Strauss. — • — I FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801 E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton. I 4. ACCEPTABLE SURETIES %  i Shinm Rabbah, on verse Rjhhi Mm Mid When :lif I. ruclite.ii cjme to receive the Torah I God j:ii r. %  idem "Bring to Me %  turetiei that you will observe it." They answered "Our fathert I will ber our sureties." Cod replied '/ date found fault uith them f also." Then the fsrjelites Mid: "Our %  children u'tll be our sureties.' Tdey I proved acceptable, and Cod gave to Israel tde Torah. fjvDVii? may rrna rx^na) • II • i* % TRANSLATION today, over a period of u years, I undreds of books have been writ'•ii in all parts of the world on the Read Sea scrolls. The Dead Sea scrolls are the most ancient Hebrew manuscripts '•xtant of the Bible. They were written over 2.0(H) years ago. The scrolls "ttfl" us of the Bible. I sneient Hebrew lanRuage. the : l:uI %  '>' of the Jewish people, and '"' life of the sect which wrote tiieni By Brit Ivrit Olamit l/UU, 'Pr^rL • One eve more idj.: '" %  U little \el il sees tdt *re larger than me %  than the RABBI By SAMUEL J. FOX Why is it a tradition to read the "Ethics of the Fathers" on Saturday afternoons during the summer? Moralists like to say that this practice .iinstituted because ol the fact that the summer months bring added temptations to humans ;:iid the required reading of the Ethics of the Fathers would remind one of his ethical and moral responsibilities Some claim that it is a prolonged matter ol preparation for the 1IIL:II Holidays to come, helping man avmd exces-ivc desires Many historical writers claim that it was once actually a custom to read the "Ethics of the Fathers" all year round and that this practice remained only during the summer months hecause during the winter months the Saturday :if ternoon was very short and there was insufficient time The original reason for its inclusion was simply the fact that the subject matter was in;ht and did not require intense concentration like other pasts of the Talmudic literature This therefore made for pleasant reading It is also claimi d that the reading of Ethics of :hc fathers was used as .i substitute tor deep Talmudic learning in the late Sabbath afternoon, since Passa SSI sassasaassssna sasssasssBsl %  saasssaB Tins pase is prepared in cooperation with the Spiritual Le.idr^ of :'.e Greater Miami RubbinI Cfll Assn. I RABBI MAX A. 1IPSCHITZ Coordinator Contributor: %  ABBI*SOLOMON SCHIFP Cemj of Wisdom HEBREW ACADEMY. 91S 6th at. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross. — • — MIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CONGREGATION. 555 W. 49th st., Hialeah. Reform. Rabbi Minus Ranson — • — HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen Hrni.i> vi". |. ni Saturda] 8 i". a m wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conssrvativ*. Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz. — • — TEMPLE BETH ShO',OM. 4144 Cha ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kroniati. Cantor David Conviaer. — • — TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabb. Henry B. Werniek. Friday 8:30 p.m. Ones Shabbat t.. honor the marriage last Sunday of Harriet Xovack un.i Robert Stein. Y.>uti services Saturday 9 :t" am — • — TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing, ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler — • TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th st. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. — • — TEMPLE JUOfc^. 320 Palermo ave. Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet. Frirtaj S IS p.m Sermon: "The Beat waj to Pi ft V..iir Kamiu and .-' • i. %  :> from Objectionable Literature." KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Cantor Abraham Self. MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION. Lehrfield. TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram. owita. Cantor Edward Klein. 1101 SW 12th ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein. i-rldaj. • %  I. |. m Satuidaj IS .i m \ rTebelllouM People i I: "l.l.n •. Sermon: the latter was prohibited because a partial state of mourning enters at that time because Moses and David were said to have passed av ay at that time • • • Why is if that the Cantor does not repeat the Amidah aloud during the evening service as is the case in the afternoon service and in the morning service? The morning and afternoon services are the basic services since there was a daily sacrifice both morning and afternoon In the tem pie. The evening service was not placed in the same category since there weir no sacrifices offered in th< burning ol the parts of the al ternoon sacrifice In the evening The individual, however, does re cite the entire Amidah MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern Traditional. — • — OHEV SHALOM. H11 Normandy dr. Orthodox Rabbi Phineas Weberman. • SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645 Collins ave. C" -|' S. Nachmias. — • — SOUTHWEST Cu...tR. 6438 SW 8th st. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. Kri.iav a is p.m., last uf winter and sprina late Sabbath evening s.-ivi.,aeries. Saturda) 9 a m Bar Mltsvah Michael, son ••! Mr. and Mis Ben Kramer, who will in.si Friday evening Ones; Snabbat In their son's honor • — TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025 NE 183rd St., Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor Abraham Reisman. TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. CantoCharles Kodner. FYldaj 10 p.m. Sermon Tinobstacles to Prayer." Saturda) II l". i in Bar Mltsvah: Samuel, son ol Mi .in.l Mrs Manila rioldsteln TEMPLE NER TAWiu. 80th st. and T.itum Waterway. Modern Traa. tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Samuel Gomberg. — • — TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. — • — TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Cantor Albert Glantz. TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 95t Flamingo Way. Conservative. RabOl Leo Heim. TEMPLE 2AMORA. 44 Zamora av*. Conservative. Seymour Hinkes. can. tor. — a — TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th st. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. — • — YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie) hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu. PTida) 8:18 p.m Sermon "Judaism Reappraised "' Saturda) I %  m B ir Mltsvah v in .id. son i.r Mr Leonard I'las. and Mrs. YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 ,#. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 8. 14 ave. Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. l-'i Ida) v IS p in TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Sunilana Hall, 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Reconstructionist. Bill I Morris Skop Cantor Herman Gottlieb. — e — TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly



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Page 8-B +Jewist> Tlcridttr Friday. June 29, 1962 The Courier cu {-jerald K^chwartz %  K2fLawrence A. Wien has been elected president of the Federation of Jewish Philanthropies of New York. He's the brother of Leonard Wlen of Miami fame here Milton S. Malakoff, first city manager for State of Israel Bonds in Greater Miami, is Bection staff director tor the United Knd earn paign again this year. Malakoff is a former public relations director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Wile Betfy is Line, time administrative assistant to Rabbi Leon Kronish at Temple Beth Sholom Among top Beach leaders in business division of l"F are George W. Valentine, Abe Thai and Howard Handleman. Sophia Englander, wife of Miami Beach's vice mayor, again heads the residential division. She'll be off to Bradenton next week in her new role as Democratic state committee-woman for Dade county The Nation, one of America's oldest and best magazines, when it isn't overcome with its own words, has come out with a special issue entitled "The Ultras," which is must reading. The June 30 issue discussed the aims, affiliations and finances of the radical right, Of special interest is a somewhat abbreviated biography on Dr. Fred C. Schwarz, leader of the Christian Anti-Communist Crusade. It points cut that both Dr. Schwarz' parents were Orthodox Jews in Australia, but that they were converted in the late 1930's. when Fred was in his late twenties. Evidences are spelled out of the attraction for antiSemites which the Radical Right holds out. John Kaspar and George Lincoln Rockwell are given fairly comprehensive treatment. All in all. author Fred J. Cook, Phi Beta Kappa from Rutgers, has done the most comprehensive job of pinpointing just where the Right .-lands today. Things are humming at the Miami Beach office of Zim Israel lines, where Soutiieast director Akiva Goffer has been tipped to a vice presidency. Joseph Patrick Smith has been named office manager, Smith, who came to Zim after duty wiih Cunard Fagle. and Northwest Orient Lines, has made the shift from air to sea with ease He studied at the United States Merchant Marine Aademy. Visiting Miami Beach now, staying at the Fontainebleau. is Martin East, of London. One of Great Britain's more enterprising real estate investors, he has recently taken a one heur motion picture of Israel, which triend Goffer says is outstanding. East takes films as a hobby He should get together with Herald amusements editor George Bourke. Fourth of July celebrants will have their choice of several topnotch independence Day events Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith will hold its annual fete at Flamingo Park bandshell. A few blocks further south. Washington Federal's Jack D, Gordon and Arthur H. Courshon will stage a fireworks display and band concert at Pier Park. And in the Orange Bowl. Dick Rundeii finally ^ets his long dreamed-oi spectacular off under the sponsorship of South Florida Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation Joe Tannenbaum notes that Gulfstivan Park hacontributed more than S3.out).000 to charitj and scholarship purposes since the plan of extra racing days ;iinaugurated in 1990 %  Harry Zukernick, a member ol the hoard of governors Bar Assn., was appoint I chairman of the c ient .. committee bj state president Reginald L. Williai.is", of Mi; bert u. Feibeiman was named chairman ol the hankr ptcj mittee of the corporation, banking and business law committee. 'I i Universitj of Miami's first summa cum laude I iw sob !" I --I-I %  %  il950i Marshall J. Langer, was appointed state chairman i.r international and comparative law, Florida Power and Lighl has inked with the Miami Board o Realtors Home Show for the eighth consecutive year Appointee bj the National Assn ol Manufacturers as a member ol the marketing committee is Maurey L. Ashmann, president ol Film Art Corporation, and former chief of the Miami parking authority cliff Straus handling executive membership program for Morris Fox at Westbrooke Country Club Quiet but efficient Irwin Block has started his eighth year here with the Israel Bond organization Asher Cailingoid, director of the Haifa Community Center, will report on comparative -• %  lal service trends in Israel and the I l ited States at the 37th annual national conclave of the Mizrachi Women in New York City on Sept. 16 to 19. Chuck Goldberg has won a Duncan Hines listing after his second year of operation at the Sorrento hotel Jerry Lewis' opening night on the NBC Tonight show was among the best performances we've seen him offer. Miss Israel of 19B2. Miami Beach bound, was a guest Not only has Greater Miami taken the lead in per capita purchases of Israel Bonds among major American Jewish communities, but it threatens to far outstrip other cities in its investments in private industry in the Jewish state The Miami Israel group, founded by Samuel Friedlar.d. Max Orovifz, Dan Ruskin and Sam Blank, is one of the largest in Israel. This area s participation in Sam Rothberg's and Lou Boyar's Israel Investors Corporation is documented in the election of Jack S. Pepick and Maurice Revitz to the national board. Jack Cantor has paved the way for the Industrial Development Bank And Rassco Israel, real estate giant of the Middle East, has made enough headway here in recent months to warrant opening an office. Finally. Manny Sella, who sold out the Supersol Supermarkets issue in record time tame to town to prepare for the floating of an issue of Tel Aviv Hilton Hotel bonds and stock. Much of the keen interest in private investments tan be credited to Ami Brown and Zvi Eaden, the two directors of the Israel Government Investment Authority offices since opening her.' less than three years ago. And of course it u >k large-stale investors such as Jack Rifkin to implement the ram. YOU GET MORE CALLS WHEN YOUR PHONE IS ALWAYS ANSWERED We can answer your phone in your own name. Less than $5 per week for a full time Telephone Secretary. ANSWERITE, INC. TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE Phone JEfferson 8-0721 South Miami Judge Strickland Charged With Making Anti-Semitic Remark See During the Week' Page 4 A DAVID SINGfft Papa Singer Loves To Travel to Israel A "living" example of longevity and activity in Florida under the stm is David Singer, father ot William Singer, scii n of an industrial empire in Florida and former member of the State Road Commission. As an 8S:h hut''. I gifl from the Singer boys—there are fourPapa uent on F! \i Israel Airline's new non-sl ip B teing 707 flight t" Israel, • %  %  he traveled ih Miami Beach I 'he:-; •• .,~ Max I • e\ / '1 he senior Singer loved Israel so much, and was bavins -u.:. a "ball" at the Dan hotel : Oroi of the Miami Invesi rs Group in Israel, on the urgent cabled request of William. had to personallj arrange a definite date for Dad's return. He arrived in Miami hale, hearty and bubbling over with enthusiasm for this, hisecond visit to Israel. Declared Papa Sm^er on his re turn: "I intend to keep pace in the years ahead with the increasing number of Royal Castle openings, and hope to revisit Israel, by El Al of course, each succeeding birthday My trip was the best present the boys ever gave me His sons agree with Papa—their only problem is getting him back to Miami each time. A South Miami ju 'ge is on the iut seat, charged b> a resident Here with making nnti Semitic re markagainsl him Judgl K Iward Strickland appear.-,: before County Attorney Darrej Davis on Wednesday to answer t" allegations made by Marvin Cohen, of 8311 SW 12th ter that Stru -. id All you Jews are the s ime Ninet) percent plead nol guilty." %  hen Ci hen appeared before him en a minor traffic offense on June 8 Strickland arrived at the hearing with two attorneys. Judge Richard Hunt and Milton Farrell. Testifying in his behalf was the officer involved, who c'iH not appear at the June 8 hearing. The officer had given Cohen a summons for running a stop sign. When other defendants pleaded not guilty in the absence of the Metro policeman, anil were released withRassco Opens Office Here Rassco Israel Corporation, real estate and construction firm which has pioneered the agricultural and industrial development of Israel has opened offices in Miami Beach Jacob Snyder, national sales manager tor Rassco, announced the appointment of the Gerald Schwartz Agency, in One Lincoln Road bid.:. to handle salt at public relations activities in the Stal %  o Fl ri la. In ad lion to erecting than 30.000 housing units in Irjcl Rassc i has undertake Derations for foretgn investors and publit institu%  Many of the major buildings of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, tha entire Bar-Han Univers ty of Tel Aviv, and all of the Superss! supermarkets were constructed by Rassco. Foreign i ipital, mobilized for intment in I through Rassco is beii I into bull ling projects Is agricultural and ii dustf lerprises through Rassco subsidiaries an I securities Rassco was founded in 1994 by the Jewish Agency for Palestine and the World Zionist Organization, upon the mtiative of the late Dr. Chaim Weizmann, first pies idem of the State of Israel Beth Shirah Sisterhood Temple Beth Shirah SlSterh "'I held a tropical tea Tuesda) at Westbrooke Country Club. • ut fine. Cohen tl d 'he sam [t al Ih p inl that Judge strict i madi his alleged antl Si omment. Henry Norton, attorney f ir Cohen, cross e\ imined Die officer whei old County Attorney Da\ Is at the : ng thai he had stoppi .'.i Coral Gal lea baek in Maj I ii same viol ition, and that he had .. t him go after w anting ban •|s it not your ut) to issue i • at ion w hen you see a \ lolation "' Norton demanded The policen in said 'ti.it he had no time beca simultaneously, he received an emergence call and was forced > leave. Norton then wanted t> know how he could remember I i n's name since last May. and .( it was, indeed, the same Marvin Cohen Whereupon, the officer ii milled he wasn't sure at all Meanwhile, Robert Metiger, an Assistant State Attorney here, voluntarily wrote Davis that he had been in the South Miami court on June 8 and heard Strickland use the word, "Jew," although he could not be Sjre in what context. Hunt, cross-examining M" who appeared al 'hi' hearing, idmltted that .indue Strickland might have said "you" and not "Jew \t i'lo same tune, the bailiff jtii clerk of the court, subpoened to i pear, said the) were loo busy to have heard anything of a derogatorj nature tr. il .indue Strii might have said. The case will go before the ty commission as soon as •• scripts of Wednesday's procee have been prepared Judge Stt i it d's is ju appointive and D cleeted position Independence Day Dance Saturday evening, July 7. I i ark the Independenci Da) d sponsored i> Ihe Abe Horr Post and Vuxiliar). Jewish \\ ir \ eterans, al the i nified bldg •) NE 171sl si CANTOR-HEBREW TEACHER Bar Mitivah o specialty, perfect Baal Koreh, seeks yearly or Nigh Holiday position. Cantor H. T., Box 2973, Main Post Office, Miami 1, Fla RABBI Personality, inspiring leadership, graduate of a Rabbinical Seminary and University. 9 years in present position. experienced in all Rabbinical wort. Seeks chanqe of pelptt. 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Friday. June 29. 1962 +Je*i$t! nrrMi-nr Page 7-A New York UJA Cites Ribicoff Aid Jack S. Popick (left) and Maurice Revitz, newly-elected members of the board of directors of Israel Investors Corporation, talk over prospects of the I.I.C. at a planning meeting. Popick and Revitz were to be honored at a luncheon Thursday at the Barcelona hotel a: which Shimon Horn, vice president of the corporation, was to report on a just concluded trip to Israel. The two M'.crr; 3each business and civic leaders attended the annual meeting of the I.I.C. Tuesday night in New York City. Fisher Confers On "Me Ami 1 tfendel V K 10 h:is just land of Israel." Fisher pointed out. returned from a tour cf South Wni i e .,, Israe i pisher will finAmerica on beha if Jewish Ma,. ., ... ... alize plans lor the reception ot mal Hind and i sen tiuled lo leave for Isra ily 5. came Greater Miami Jewish National Mil mi this % %  to .inter with Fund leadership, due to leave via JNT leaders isre furthering El Al on Ocl 18 for the inauguraedevelopmen I K ryat Me Ami ,. (m .. Mi Am ,in Urae i Israel NEW YORK (JTA>— Secretary if Health, Education and Welfare Abraham A. Kibicoff was honored tfondaj night for hieffi its in %  %  %  • < tion with the resettlement i refugees seeking haven in the United States and other lands < %  ( reedom al a testimonial dinner at he Hotel Pierre for the benefit of he current campaign of the United lev sh Appeal of Greater New York. In addition to honoring Secre arj Ribicoff. the dinner was also he occasion for a tribute to two utstanding leaders in philanthropy Edward M M. Warburg, honorarj chairman, and formerly general chairman of the nationwide United Jewish Appeal. m:l Dewey I). Stone, a UJA national chairman. The more than 300 guests at the dinner announced contributions amounting to more than S750.000 toward this year's general UJA campaign, and to the Opportunity Fund which UJA established to meet an increase in the needs of its beneficiary agencies arising from an upsurge in migration of Jews to Israel, the United States and other democratic countries Presiding at the dinner was Mur ray I. Ourfein. leading New York ; attorney. The evening's speakers included Monroe Goldwater, pres I idem of the United Jewish Appeal |of Greater Now York: Edwin Rosenberg, chairman of New York UJA's executive committee; and Jack D Weiler. a chairman of New York UJA's trustees Goldwater discussed the strains on UJA which result from the drastic increase in current Jewish migration. He cited the situation in France, where at least 30,000 Jews have come from North Africa in the past five months, bringing the total of Jewish refugees for 1961 and 1962 to 50,000. Despite liberal assistance by the French Government and the French Jewish "Very enc | wrts have 11 i rei pive II %  communi %  %  Miami who %  ntly v.< :n Israi I," I .-hi i said. "' .>, re very much impress i md inspired bj Ini magmfi: the Governi iu and pe iple if '.he state of Israel, endowing it with the sole responsibility for all future land reclamation and afforestation in I i young coui I "Only recently, Israel's Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion, on Ihe oee.ision of the 80th anniverfarj oJ the Jewish National Fund. r-'emphasized the need for world Jewry to support FNF in its vital I >gram for the upbuilding ot the Have* ttiat ^a %  uslneit Maetlng, at Banquet, or ^ f • paclal Occasion Yowl (bid compute facilities to exactly satisfy yovr needs In the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade andl Ruboiyat Rooms, be N for wedding or a private party I *•* MennafloM HAZEL ALLISON CATERING DIRECTOI JE 1-6061 at. a coiiina a For Very Special Occasions momat COUNTRY CLUB'S CALCUTTA ROOM ." %  %  mat Country Club, yours exclusively for i lays a week, There's no other i this area' Unlimited free | For Miami, or WA -8111 in h HOLLYWOOD-BY-THE-SEA eommu.iity, the number receiving hero from the Joint Distribution Committee has so'ed to 3e,000, wice the figure of a few years ago. 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Page 14-A knist fk>ridHnr Friday, June 23 1962 Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Microscopic Shtetl World Takes on Bitter Poignance THE WOODCUTS OF JAKOB STEINHARDT. Edited by Leon Kolb, with a biographical introduction by Haim Gamiu. 9"xl2". 446 prints. Philadelphia: The Jewish Publication Society of America. $10.00. THIS BEAUTIFUL ART book marks the third tribute which the Jewish Publication Society has paid to Jacob Steinhardt. Some four years ago. "The Book of Ruth" was published with loving attention to both Hebrew and English texts and illuminated by the black-and-white reproductions of Steinhardt's genius,. A few years earlier. "The Book of Jonah" had been issued. Here, for the first time, are all of the woodcuts, chronologically arranged and fully reproduced. The thick language of the woodcut speaks with its own accent and an inherent charm. Some people find them meaningless; printed without color, small, the world of shadowy substance of a woodcut holds no magic for them at all. Others are devotees, seeing rare beauty in the interplay of light and darkness. But Steinhardt's work would enrapture even the unloving. Highly emu tional. every one is brilliant with feeling, whether it is jagged in fear or grief, rounded in joy, or frantic with the violence of a pogrom. With very few exceptions, all of the woodcuts the artist, now seventy-five, has done are Jewish in theme and content. A Jerusalem street idles in a late afternoon sun; a God-lit old Jew dances ecstatically with his Torah; Untied Nations Listening. Post: B y SAUL CARSON It's News When Israel Votes Against the West United Nations | IAJHEN ISRAEL VOTES 01) an import %  ant resolution at the United Nations! with the Soviet and Aral) blocs—ana nst Prance, the United Stutc> and I'ntain —it is news. Yet such an action! by Israel last week went almost unnoticed, despite the fact that the occurrence | had genuine significence. What happened needs some explanation. The 16th session of the General Assembly, which ended late last year, had voted to hold what is called a 'resumed" session this month, for one purpose and one only. The sole item on the agenda of the resumed session dealt with RuandaL'rundi, an African area which is trying hard to liberate itself from the old colonial yoke, and where disputes between the two sections. Ruanda and Urundi. have complicated a situation already complex. After the session got going, a number of African members demanded that anOff the Record: By NATHAN ZIPRIN The Grace of a Writer THE YEARS are rich on Louis %  Lipsky, bul the grace of pen i• till upon him. In a piece tills col i-t did on Mi' Lipsky some le remarked thai I • Hers had losl .i greal dci ided instead '.o .i on ..: %  himself to the Zionist cause 'l!iwriter has iusl %  n i i ., remarkable bil oi writing by m Ihe American and world a tribute to Inli • English com. Harrj Sacher—thai confirm; his beliel thai Hie lerai tm-rican Zionist possesses a most remark i i • ,.'i\ %  pen. Tinwriter reproduces the piece in this column not, alone I ecause it is a tribute to another great Zionist, imt because it is a memorable memoir that -' %  : i %  reading and preserving muli an American bj birth,*' wrote Lipsky in tribute to his Zionist comrade llarr> Sacher, "1 • an recall a close kinship to everything English from the time I could first read. England .-poke to me, p.s a boy, through the bookol George Henry, and later through 'he unforgettable prophecy ol George Eliot, whosi inspired book 'Daniel Deronda' -truck a chord in my heart never to be stilled in my lifetime. London waDisraeli; London was Montefiore; London was the Jewish Chronicle, which contained the first areat oration ol Max NOrdau which I read with avidity in Rochester N.Y., where I was born. London was the meat theatre of the Anglo-Saxon world. London the pubs, the fo^s. the quaint street lamps, the -pint ol itpeople, and the dirt) windowol" 77 Greal Russell Streel which later became the citadel oi the Jewish National Home. London was everything liberal anil advanced in the modern world. .' %  •"! fave promise of the fulfillmeni of our traditional hopes "It was because 1 sensed in Harry Sacher the -•urit .it thai England that i was drawn to him the day I met him at the in-' Zionist Congress in 1913 Though hi.tirsl Zionist Congress was. he told i ii. 03 i Basle, I have though! his career in the /nun | Movement an almost exacl parallel of mj own. th ugh ol course I have the advantage ol a year or tv ;,an advantage that al our age means little The first layer of the Zionist Movement in A a laid by the direct supporters of Theodor Herzl They were succeeded in turn bj those ho built ip and rallied to the support of |lr Weizmann Among these, Harrj Sacher was one r>l the foren OSl He was a friend and co-worker, and remained I. ithiul through the trying days of early idealism, Me represented the firs) generation of English Jewry Totally F.n-lish in education, he entered the public life both of England and of the Jewish community. Throughout the Weizmann era, H. IT) S.KIKT was a loyal supporter with a dedication that was wholehearted rienced and responsible." Other item be added to the agenda, to deal with the situai on in Southern Rhodesia, another Central African tern •ory where about 300.000 white men are trying hard to curb the liberation movement involving freedom from colonialism lor about 3.000.000 Negroes. There were hot debates in the Assembly's Steering Committee about the adding of the Rhodesian item to the Agenda. The Africans carried the vote in the committee Here, however. Israel was not involved for the simple reason that it inot a member of the Steering Committee and never habeen (another instance of Israel'.secondclass citizenship). Then the issue came to the full Assembly at a plenary meeting. A fresh debate broke out in the Assembly at this point. Once again, Mongi Slim, the Tunisian who ipresident of the Assembly, -bowed that he is more of an Arab than a fair presiding Officer of the international body. His rulings were all in favor of the African bloc Before the resolution to add the Rhodesian item could be put to the vote the Assembly had to decide a procedural question—should the ballot require only a majority vole or would it need a two-thirds vote to pass? The speeches HI behali of a majority vote were passionate—to sa) the least. Leading ihe forces for majority versus two-thirds \ ere (ihana, Bulgaria, the USSR, Idia and the Africian republic of Dahome) The forces favoring majority won. On tinballot. Israel voted with the West. Finally, the main question was put to the vote Now. all of Israel's closest Western friends voted against the inclusion of th, Rhodesian item on the agenda The Arab and .soviet blocs jo ned the Africans and a number ol Latin \mericans in the affirmative vote Israel took her place against the West, against Prance the l nited States and Britain—for the African demand alongside itsworn v Soviet enemies. Just before the long -.--,011 ended 1 it lasted .. lour hours without a break 1. Michael S Comay, Israel's permanent representative rose t" explain hi.vote He pointed out thai those who demanded debate ol the item "include all African countries who feel a natural im men! in the affairs of this African terntor) Southern Rhodesia) and a special responsibilit) tor ensuring Ihe and status "i the African majority He paid due liomagi to Britain's intentions in the area He -aid Israel was "deeply convinced that the most hopeful future lor Southern Rhodesia lies in promoting multi-racial equalit) and harmony instead ol interracial conflict." Hut the vote is what counted And tho vote was againsl the Wesl Tinis not the first time Israel hathus braved ire or displeasure here on a colonial issue. Its record in that respeel habeen particularly clean ami clear -nice the African nations started joining the IN en masse. When Israel voted against South Africa's apartheid policy, it risked—and received—entieism. and not only from South Africa's government, which had always been friendly to Israel, but from large segments ol South Africa Jewish community as well This time, however, Israel's snub ol its Rig Three Western friends was outright Foreign News letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN a shtetl butcher broods over his knife; a secondhand dealer hunches amid hi* clutter: a new widow Staggers after her hearse into darkness "Youth" is an old man's dream; "Prayer" is a gleam of hope in a tortured lac An Israeli since the war. Steinhardt's later work.are lighter and defter, and somewhat more stylized. His landscapes approach a Van Gogh-like texture, with their cumulus clouds boiling up out of the sea. their trees and flowers twisted and voluptuous. One of the best is a winter scene recalled from his childhood in the little German country town of Zerkow, a desolate, freezing night the road rutted and ugly with snow, the tiny Inn.-," huddled and dark. The woodcut seems particularly suited to despair. It seemespeciall) apt for Jewish themes, too Within the narrow confine.of the medium, the microcosmic shtetl world takes on a bitter poi-jnance Joy can spread onlv as far athe black birders, the angular soul of the Jew is ringed b> the dark frame of the engraving Power ripoutward from its tiny bounds; sorrow telescopes inward to a single point of distilled grief. In Steinhai hand-, ever) emotion quivers with life Noted Israeli critic Haim Gamzu has contributed an • '--.i\ Mil the artist's life and work which give.excellent insight into Ins philosophy San Francisco physiciai collector ol graphic art Dr Leon Kolb did the comp and arranging If you're looking lor an aesthetic eX| ence, it can he found in tinlxnik Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Nikita and the Angels \JkR KHRUSHCHEV recently re lw ported that his astroinia;.in uter -pace did not come au'o-rOd or any of HiangelA good mart) people have th< dea that God is located way up. ccupies executive offices, maybe pith a large force of angel ass si ints and branch managers on the "top floor" and if we could fly up there, wo -Mould 1 mil him. Solomon who built the Temple did not share this id,.1 in dedicating the Temple he said, and 1 quote Inspeech "Behold, Heaven and tin Heaven of Heavens cannot contain 'line how much less this that 1 have budded." \ 1 mce asked Rabbi Leib Itzchak, To. wher, ,God?" Toll me '.'heniii 1not.'' replied lh< Berditch 1 '. 1 T To th< il I, the Hivniitv 1diffuse ••a kind of nne microscopic substance through all creal This %  central to thenwhole doctrine Sii everyoi %  and evei kos ol the Divinity, 1: I 01; man to se< I in e\ e ryone 111s raeli -aid be waon the side nl the angels but Khi i •.' v does not understand ai elology. Take tho ol the angels who visited Abraham Accordin thi -'"i j ii Gem %  -. the) appeared dn --• men The) were angels only in the sense that they were good men bent 00 a divine 1111--1011. 0 Abraham knew the) wonangels In Russn ., %  1 els ..ie frequentl) sent to Siberia To be -ur.' in tile later hookol the Bible we do com.across more othori.d angels, but It 1noticcable that the Prophets seldom refer to them The) were more m the realm of popular fane) At ,iiv rate, the fact that the Russian 01 other astronauts in their wanderings through outer -pile do not -ee (Iml ur angels does not disprove the existence of God The Spectacular International Fair in Tel Aviv THE NEAR EAST international Fair that opened last week m Tel Av iv 1bv far the mosl spectacular exhibit we have been given to see here so far. The la-t Near Easl Kail" was hold in Tel Aviv on the same groundstwent) -ix years ago It then coincided with the out bleak ol till' Arab hostilities winch continued lor three lull years Then came World Wat II. followed by Ihe Yi-huvs struggle against tho restrictions impo.-ed by the Mandatory regime on Jewish immigration and land purchase Then came partition and the War of Liberation. One may wonder why il took fourteen years lnce the establishment of the State-until th,. Near Easl Pair u is brought back to hfe However, judging bv .>„• effort and amount oi work that preceded the opening ol the present late the reas ins Mori mature approach guided by 'ho realization that pr< Khibits c miobefore producing a -bow The Israel pan ol th,. fair makefor an impressive display ol strides ma ..• b) Israel's economy 1 unveiled ai mdustrj ol a wide and varied ram'. • %  : net-. IN, m the -imple kit< benw are to complex elect! "" n simple toolto heavy machinery. Over -i\ hu 1 raeli enterprises are participating in the fair covering ever) field ol industry. Nowhere before waoni '" %  %  '' 1 glance the achievements of the pasl foi vcar s Indeed, th,' Israeli visitor at the Fair ..;•'• no less impressed than 1the visitor from outside ••'' he saw it all for the first time. riie daring constructions, the dazzling lighting el the hovering cableway, the amphitheater, the gianl Ferris "heel ol the l.un;. Park—It all makethe Fair grounds a place unmatched in the short histor) of the Stan •""' one thai can -land ,t. s ground in the exhibition world Hu' surely the most spectacular aspect of the Fair Is ihe mimbei ol participating countries from abroadthirty-two countries, including the U.S.A., Franc \w-< in the Netherlands, Sweden, Turkey Brazil, Finland. Yuo%  }*"}* Poland Italy, Belgium, Japan. Norway, phiten •states,



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Friday, Jure 29, 1932 kist inkrirffor Page 3-A Marseilles Teems With Tragedies of Displaced By IRVING R. DICKMAN MARS I LLES—On VVednes BJ morning, June 5. Lucien M. left i aparti • il in the Bab-el-Oued quarter m Algiers at 6:30 a.m.. as though he were going to work ... usual. Around the corner however. 94 hailed,a..cab, first making certain that the driver was not ta OAS (French Secret Army) man. From a friend's store, where he had left them. he loaded two suitcases into the cab. A ew minutes later, his wife and four children came .iround the corner, and got into the cab WAtiicut a word. All the ay to the dock, the M family kepi looking nervously behind tin • and to each side. The two younger children crouched •n the door of the cab. When thej go) : the dock, they found • quanta by two linea of police vuth sub-machine guns. Hut they lid not !•• .in to relax — even a little — -til they were actually aboard th< >hip. Lucier* M., 51, his wife and four children, were among the 6,000 Algerian refugees who reached Marseille on Thursday, June 6. Some 3,000 came aboard three ships, the rest by plane. Among the 6 .COO there were an estimated 500 or 600 Jewish refuges. The M.'s are Jews who trace i ther stay in North Africa back i for generations. Their Spanish j name indicates that they may ( well be descended from Jews I who left Spain at the time of the | Inquisition. For I.ucien, this was his sec-1 ond trip to France in a little over i six months. As far back as last November, he had seen the shadow of coming events. At that time, he had come to spend four days with his cousin, a French army non com. He is a skilled restorer of antique furniture. He spent the entire four days looking for work in Marseilles and the surrounding area. When he could not find any. he returned to Algeria and hopelessness The M 's lived, not too badly, in a municipal housing develop*Golda Denies Israel is Having Problems With Kennedy Guard Contirjd from Page 1A claiming a fellow on i tons" Foreigt %  tes hav< oou.ooi yeai %  % %  *) j. \.. us • %  i wpei.' i Shi state of war against a "oer of the United Na Ministry budget esti been raised to 1 i ;iti 000,000) for this fiscal ist .. budget of l£20 i:i cousin's already crowded home. After that? "My future," I.ucien said bleak ly. "is four days long.' In one way. the M family is happier than many who are arriving, Among the 5.000 to 6.000 refugees arriving in Marseilles daily, there are many instances of mothers with three or four small children traveling without husband and father The lather has stayed behind, either from fear or from a desperate hope that he can sell enough of his business or household goods to give him a new start in France. The.., fatherless family groups often need immediate financial help— the French Government, which is making financial provision for the Algerian "repatriates." does not yet pay the repatriation allowance unless the head of the family is also in France. Representatives of the voluntary agencies speak most highly of the cooperative attitude of the French authorities, who have cut red tape, and the consequent waiting at the dock and the airfield, to a minimum. Everywhere on the docks are the brassards of the French Red Cross, the Salvation Army, the Secours Catholique, the Acceuil Protestant, and the FSJU, identified by the words Secours Israelite-Jewish aid. Boy Scouts in uniform carry packages and valise:; (hey and other voluntci?-s deal with the muny whee.chair and stretcher cases To hHp t.'ie harassed mothers curing the landing procedure, the volunteers bring children and infants to a pouponnerie (nursery) which has been set up by the Red Cross in a large sunny room in thelanding shed. The proportion of Jews among the re fu ge e s is nearly always about 10 percent, the same ratio as exists in Algeria itself. Most of the Algerian Jew? will be staving in France for the time being. For one thing, they feel that knowing the language will give them a head-start toward a new life But one of the groups coming in on Thursday consisted of eleven HalQtzim, aged 14 to 18. who will get their training at a "haehShara" near Toulouse before gains: on to Israel. 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Page 10-B •Jewish fhrMfar Friday. June 29. 1962 Mt. Sinai Names Education Chief Board of trustees of Mt. Sinai Hospital announced that on July 1 T>r. Ronald William Shane will be(sme the new director of medical tducation for the hospital. Dr. Shane has been associated vith Mt. Sinai as chief medical r< si.ient for the past year, and took his first year of medical resiliency there in 1959. He spent his second year of medical residency ;1 the Veteran's Administration .Hospital in Oakland. Cal. In addition, during the summer of 19S7, Dr. Shane was an extern at Mt. Sinai, and from October through December 1961. completed a special radio-isotope course at the hospital. According to J. Gerald Lewis. president of Mount Sinai, the posti % %  : director of medical educai is newly created to meet the : coordinating and correlate the teat hing program and supof the 41 members ol the house -t.it: which includes externs and resident phyShane, a graduate ol Ternitj schoi I i t medicine, t he plans to strengthen tin program "so thai it will stimulating and educational to the attending physician and -• fi officer, therebj : viding a progressive program h -h uilii result in the besl edical care for the pati< Shane, a native of Bethlehem. led and lues in Miami ch. 12-Day Cruise on SS Jerusalem Being Mapped Here for Early November Beach Lodge Sends Delegates Nine members of the Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'nth have t een elected delegates to the ani al Fifth District convention which opens in Washington, D.C., Sunday They are Samuel Werner, presi( : •: elect; past presidents Irving > hatzman, (;. irge J Tahanoif. Michael Sossin, and George Kroni gold; secretar y. G era 1 ie Motel Miami Beach 20 Venetian Causeway JE 2-1221 CONTINENTAL BUFFET LUNCHEON SI. 35 All Cocktails 50c During Luncheon from Neen Until 4 p.m. Dinners from $2.85 |SANDELL"|Eft ;S?i Y CATERING aTi Aster* 744i COLL,NS AVE %  MIAMI BEACH //c v ties UN 226 U % ft3 rV Bar Milzvahs-Weddingi-Parties Under Supervision of Sol Weiss UN 6-5278 Catering Manager Lester Siege) Wl 5-4084 WHY TRAVEL? Superb Foods and Ocean-Front Luxury at VERY 10W SUMMER RATES rnmrn DAVID ROSNER'S Dletory lowi Strictly Observed CONSTANT IAIIINICAI SUPER VISIOM MASHGIACH ON PltlMISIS On theOcean at 67iri St Miami Beach Miami Phone UN 6-8831 FISH MARKET Handsomest Seafood Restaurant anywhere in the world!!! LUNCHEON from 85C SERVED FROM 11:S A.M. DINNER from •* ownership n COCKTAIL LOUNOI Ampt* Tony Sastt's RHONE: asfsinft Rests mint • 8845-8688 premises 1900 N. Bay Causeway (79SL Causeway) Miami Beach OPEN EVERY NIGHT EC HAROLD PONT and IRVIN CORDON GORDON and PONT *iE?5 K0SHII CATIIIIS • %  WAT &f >•• eon %  "oeuvrei to • cemelefe ••ffaf 170 N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI PHONE FR 42655 Under the Supervision of the U.K.A OPEN HOUSE WEDDINGS IAR MITZVAHS tECEPTJIMS .OT



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Fridov, June 29, 1962 '*/# f krefrir Page 9-A Secretary Goldberg to Address ZOA Convention This Weekend in Washington RABBI IEHRMAN SPCAKS AT BREAKFAST PACt 2-4 By Special Report WAS] NT, TON — Some 1.200 from all parts of the %  •mir; attending the 65th annual in mention of toe Zionist Orgnnization of -'. rneflca al the Willarfl hotel here heard a comprehensive survej ol the American and World '/.win-: tuation, the current status f Aim tan Jewry, the situation of rewrj mad. and the latest developmei : on the Washington and in20 years of service to the ZOA. Rabbi I Usher Kirshblum, of Keu Gardens, N.Y., a national ZOA administrative vice president, will preside over the second plenary session. Friday night's Oneg Shabbat will be devoted to a symposium on World Zionist problems and acals of the Zionist movement. Principal dit:ussants will be Dr. Max Nussbaum, of Hollywood ternati al political scenes in relachairman of the National ZOA lion U Israel and the Middle East in m;.. addresses by Max Bresster. pn.'cut of the ZOA, and Rabbi ir\ %  Miller, chairman of the Amehci i Zionist Council and former ; sident >i ZOA, who is conducting the four-da) gathering. L'.S Secretary of Labor Arthur i ( %  i rg w iannounci d as gi'esl aker al the opening session oi Tjursdaj. Prt:fding the formal opening, c'elege-es assembled at a luncheon w *h close to 40 members of both -ouses of the U.S. Congress, which was marked by an excha-ge of discussions on the Current trend of American poiicy towarc Israel. Kridi will he given to reports, i bj discussi ins, by national rn •-i of the various commites di rig with the major aspects tin %  \ ji i.:r i.ii 'i hese ill ini rl by Harold \\ < '..r Executive COVftcil; Leon Dultzin, of Israel; and Jacques Torciyner, chairman of Ihe World Zionist Affairs Committee. An address of greetings to the delegates will be delivered at the Friday night Oneg Shabbat session by Ambassador of Israel to the' United States Avraham Marman. 'Ihe Saturday night plenary sessi n will feature addre >ses by Or. Kmanuel Neumann, member of the JV wish Agencj Executive and president of the World Confederation ol General Zionists, an i U.S. Sen. Jacob K Javits, who will review I S policy toward Israel and the Middle East In his address, Dr. Neumann is expected to deal not only wnh the Washington scene in relation to I rael, but also t<> cover the entire range of problems confronting the Zionist movement today. This plenary session will follow airman if the administraih< ZOA president's "M'laveh Mai, • mittee; Judge Albert 1) kth" to honor 60 grantors of schol%  %  national chairman for the arships to Kfar Silver Vocational il National Fund; Dr Morton High School near Ashkelon, Israel, Robl as, chairman of the Amer maintained bj ZOA. The number 2 Mist Youth Commission; o] those honored will symbolize a es Schonfeld, chairman for UN I tribute to Bressler, outgoing ZOA : Jr. Sidney Mark-, national president, on the occasion of his David Moskowitz. of GOih birthdaj • Bronx, NY. chairman of the 0 Zionist Fund; GershOn J. The Sunday morning session Ol We-ichesler. national wi be <*vcted to Israel Bonds maa of membership; Leon' a,wI ZOA participation in the .' Hm eh, assistant ZOA executive of ZOA projects in Israel; a -t-port on tourism to Israel b> Bei ..mm J. Doft. of Lawrence. N.Y The Saturday afternoon Oneg Shabbat will be sponsored by Bnai %  Uiyah. a fellowship of ZOA mem1 bcri pi rsonally planning to emigrate to Israel, or whose close relatfforts for Israel Bonds and the United Jewish Appeal. These sessions are scheduled to be addressed by Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, vice president of the Development Corporation for Israel, and Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman, executive vice chairman of the United Jewish Appeal. Chairmen of the various sessions res now live in Israel or arc conwill include Abraham A. Redeltemplating moving to Israel. This heifh and Mortimer May, former 5( -siet ill be addressed by Leon presidents of the ZOA. Dultzin head of the Economic Depart mt-:: of the Jewish Agency in Israel; report 00 Aliyah by Jacob M. Or nes, chjirman of the national Ali\. a committee; and Yehuda Oolden'-erg, director of the New York I nomic Department of the lewis] Agency. Samuel Wigder.l eliairrr of the Bnai Aliyah com mittee ill preside. The convention is set to wind up on Sunday afternoon with the dis rUSSion and adoption of resolutions and the election of the president toi the ensuing year and the memberof the new administration. Isadore Turover and Joseph An-' delman are co-chairmen of the convention committee The enarj sessions on Friday' Leading the delegation from %  norataf will be preceded bv a Mlami wiH be Louis H K'" 1 ""*. breakfa.l devoted to the Jewish Mtiooal vice president. Herman Nationa Fund under the chairmanweintraub, Sidney Raymond, and ship el Mendel V Fisher. consult-' Jack '' 0 uk members of the NaMM. .ary of the Jewish Nation,:onal Executive Council, al Fu: f America. Principal ad Included among delegates are ress* ill be delivered by Albert Israel Schenkman. Julius J R -enschifl president Of the JNF, and stem. Burnett Roth. Isaac Donen, l>r. If. :,g Lehrman. of Temple Harry Caplan. Dr Herman Au-uRmanu 1. Miami Reach. bel, Mr. and Mrs Bernard Katz, Mrs. Herman Weintraub. Mr. and Dm.-. the session, presentations Mrs Morris Simon, Ephraim Col•wll In : :ade to a number of vetlins, Joseph Meehlow. Jacob llarran i mists in recognition of their rison, Irving Oxenhorn, Ren Ciller, utstaj ig services to the Zionist Josh Rephun, Jacob C. Fishman, movement. These will include Mr. and Mrs Abraham Kasow, enU ions to Isaac M Taylor, Harold Shapiro. Mr. an! Mrs Mm ore. Md and to Dr. Sidtimer May, and Gil Rappaport. di\ ney Marks on the occasion of his rector of the Southeast region. Boston Club Elects Officers Lei • :! Rivkind, Miami Beach attorn* -and immediate past pres'Jeni of :he Biscayne South Shore Optimibl Club, has been imammouslj elected president of the 1 "K ,,!..,mzed Massachusetts Club %  %  Gn • r Miami. Somi 25 former residents of the ?> State, now living permanent j • I e COUnty, were present at 1 •• % % %  tion m rig held at the Marseil es hotel. Vic< the group in elude Alexander s Gordon, chairman of the Metro Commission; Judge Jason Rerkman. Justice ol the l'eace in District 5; Henry VVaitzkin, president of the Miami Beach Bar Assn.; lly Badman, Leo Berman, and Adrian Goldenberg. Joseph Goodman, presi lent of Lhe Greater Miami Senior Citizens Assn., was elected treasurer, and Dorothy New holt Cohen, secretary S imuel Rivkind, ttei Hotel Assn. executive, was named hon urary life pre B.EGoodrich NORTON TIRE CO. 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Poge 2-A +Jenistrkridtor Fiidoy, June 29. 1962 Religious Articles Are Consecrated Congregation Beth El consecrati ne religious arti les at a re c %  ;• Saturday morning service here. Philip BerkowitE, honorary life president of the congrega'ion, together with his childten, presented Beth Kl \\ih a now royal blue "Paroche?" (Ark cover', Torah < vers, Pulpit covers, and ;i sel i crystal chandeliers ab ve the Ark. The consecration servi :e was cnducted by Ral bi S ilomon Schiff, i iritual leader, who expressed Ihe congregation's gratitu le in the ; -ence of Abe chicl. president. Kiddush and reception in the auditorium was given by Berkovitz following ihe service. Four Freedoms Retirement Organization Memes Gertner as National Consultant Rabbi Lehrman Addresses ZOA Meeting; Cites Nasser '64 Vow to Destroy Israel CONVENTION IN WASHINGTON PAGl 9A By Special Report WASHINGTON — The new settleirenis now springing up along all c! Israel's borders arc contributing mightily t" the security of ihe ( untry, now mere menaced than ever by its Arab neighbors, declared Rabbi Irving Lehrman. -pin ; leader ol Temple Emanu-EI, : mi Beach He spoke ai ihe breakfast for i ates to the convention of the Toms! Organization of America. nged by the Jewish National Fund. Israel land reclamation arm i the World Zionist Organization The breakfast was sponsored joint-1 )•. with the Foundation for the .INT. v. huh to secure larger funds I i: r JNF projects in Israel through btquests and the assignment of inBl ranee. Rahhi Lehrman criticized the S .i'i Department for what he called "its onesided policy of helping Egypt's Nasser at Ihe expense ol Israel." Said he: Tntold millions are now being poured into Nasser's coffers, at a time when he has t penly reiterated his threat to wipe Israel off the map of the earth." Dr. Lehrman referred to a recent report emanating from Cairo which quotes Gamal Abdel Nasser as saying that he expects to be ready by 1964 to attack Israel with the full might of Soviet armaments and thus destroy her once and for all. Dr. Lehrman, in praising the Jewish National Fund, pointed to the resolutions recently adopted by the Zionist General Council, TENSE NERVOUS HEADACHES call for STRONGER Yet SAFER ANACIN | Won't Upset The Stomach Anacin* not only gives itrongir, t a$lr relief from pain of headache ut ll also tafer. Won't upset the •tomach and has no bad effects. You aee, Anacin is like a doctor's prescription. That is, Anacin contains not just one but a combination of medically proven, active ingredients. Scientific research has proved no tingle drug can give such strong yet •uck safe relief as Anacin Tablets. in which the highest Zionist body between Congresses took note "of Ihe Jewish National Fund's programs for coming years which are most important for fortifying the boundaries of the State, expanding agricultural settlement and increasing the absorptive capacity of the country." "The revival of the glorious 'Tower and Stockade' period of the .INK history during which ihe whole countrj was clotted with Jewish settlements ready for work and le fense is now more urgently needed than ever to secure Israel's holders from attack." concluded Dr Lehrman. Dr. Lehrman is a member of the national board of directors of the American Technion Society, lie is also a member of the advisory committee <>f the Synagogue Council of America, the executive committee of the Florida Anti-Delama lion League, and for two years -crved as a member of the Governor's bi-racial committee. Four Freedoms, thretirement organization of the AFL-CIO, announced Wednesday through Hpresident, W. R. Steinberg, of New York City, the appointment it Samuel Gertner, executive director of Mt. Sinai Hospital, as national consultant on hospital and nursing home construction and administration for the organization. Riverside Cashier Off to School Francis .1. Giuffrida, assistant cashier of Riverside Bank, will attend the School of Financial Public Relations at Northwestern University m Chicago, 111. The curriculum is designed to provide specialized training and education to presonnel with responsibilities in the field of public relations, marketing, advertising, publicity, and business development. The forthcoming session of the FPRA School, a two-year program. runs from July 8 to July 21. Giuffrida has been on the staff of Riverside Bank since 1957. Steinberg said that the Four Freedoms hoard ol directors recently authorized the formation of a national committee of consult antand acknowledged expert.in areas in which the organization is aeti\ e. He said that "the board of trustees was much impressed both with Gertner and Mt. Sinai when they visited the hospital last year," and commented on Gerfner's "general excellent reputation in hospital administration," his previous "able administrations at Beth Israel and Sydenham Hospitals in New Yorn," and "his outstanding record at Mt. Sinai Hospital." Gertner. in accepting the honor,iry and volunteer position, said that he would "be pleased to contribute in whatever manner" the Four Freedoms felt he could be ol service According to Steinberg, the Four Freedoms has under consideration a' the present lime the construction of a too-hed convalescent rehabilitation facility to be built on the grounds (f Mt. Sinai U iindc r the at L .of Mi ejection i cosl n.eni houst on Collins a< % %  qualified seni r citizens, renily operates the Foui he'll on ( Ilii ave. TERMITES SWARMING? Rut stein Talks in Orlando Leo Rutstein, Southeastern director of the American Tcchnio" Society, Israel Institute of Technology, spoke at a meeting of ihe Orlando. Fla chapter last week WOULD YOU LIKE TO ACCUMULATE INCOME AT A TAX BRACKET NO GREATER THAN 22*.? WRITE T.P.. c o Jewish Flondian. Box 2973. Main Postoffice. Miami LONG-DISTANCI MOVERS


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Friday, June 29. 1932 +Jewisti fkrid/ir Page 79 arntinaly yours, pp %  RATIONAL Council of Jewish Women held a unique meet ing Thursday evening at the Algiers hotel. In attendance were some 15. persons — all sharing the mutual questions posed by European and Israeli-bound tourists. Mrs. Raymond Rubin. Council president, opened the meeting in a black cotton with black Irish lace vertical inserts Mrs. Max Auerbacb chose a black and white checked gingham with a full skirt Cotton boude in a natural color W a> worn by Mrs. Murray 1 recdman. Her sheath featured the slightly blouson bodice A sheer voile, with green, white and black combined into a lattice print •. as the choice of Mrs. Esther J Goldstein. Moss green was tht color, and handkerchief linen was the fabric i Mrs. Dorothy Livingston's dress. Mrs. Mary Saal arnyl combined olive green, orange and white into a Florentine print. Mrs. Larry Ellentuck selected a white butcher linen with while Clooney lace detailing her square neckline Large squares of lace Inserts CT*-ted an in'ero-di'g pat tern in her sheath skirt. A blue and white print jersey, with an impressed pleated skirt was worn by Mrs Mattie Lauer. Mrs. Ben Libman chose a striped silk with ombred shades from mint green to aqua. Her bodicwas fitted with V decolletage, and her skirt was pleated. #* OLD and white stripes of cot^^ tori satin was the color and fabric ot Mrs. Esther Berlig heimer's classic shirtwaist Handembroidered detailing was featured on the patch pocket of her bodice Mrs Gus-ic Miller selected a black cotton trimmed wilh black and white ribbon knit The white fabric in the knit had an unusual texture. A turquoise silk shantung sheath was the choice of Mrs. Robert Brown. Many of the women wore dripdrys and amels, trying them cut for the trip. Mrs. Sidney Rich man's two puce arnel was a Roman stripe of vivid colorwith a sheath skirt and a blouson overblouse Mrs. Sidney Hodor's floral print arnel was in tones and shades of blue. Mrs Esther Zab.n Corbin wore a white arnel pleated skirt with an overblouse Miss Aronowitz, Med Student Plan To be Married Although no date has been set (or their wedding. Miss Gail Stephanie Aronowitz and Mark Snider are looking ahead to the day when they will be married. The couple's betrothal is being announced here by the parents of the bride-elect, Mr. and Mrs David Aronowitz. 2241 SW 25th ter.. Miami. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs Herman A. Snider. 531 Valencia ave.. Coral Gables. Miss Aronowitz attended Miami SenicHigh School, where she was vice pre-ident of Debs BBG, and the University of Florida Presently, sh a junior at the University of Miami. Mr. Si ,I %  i attended schools in Newton, v -ami graduated from Miami Senior High, where he was a Merit i ..list He i> an honor school in September. During the summer, h> i> emgra.iuati urn Princeton L'niverployed by the Dade County Medisity, am) -.11 enter Yale medical cal Examiner's Office Carol Meyer's Betrothal Told Mr a>: Mrs. Bernard Meyer, ami Senior High School, attended 2388 SW 23rd St., Miami, announce tht University of Florida, where the engagement of their daughter,I she was a member of Delta Phi Carol Ruit 1 to Jaime Sucholicki, Epsilon sorority, .-on of Ml and Mrs Solomon SuchMr Sucholicki attended the Uniolicki, ol Miami Beach. versify of Havana, where he studied Miss Meyer graduated from Milaw. 00 YOU KNOW THAT ONLY BABAD SELTZER is non-fattening and goct 'or your health? BABAD SELTZER contains 100" pure filtered water, is salt free and sugar free. For FREE HOME DELIVERIES in Miami and Ft. Lcjdcrdale call FR 1-0789 or JE 3-2763 tow COST RETIREMENT • FISHING & SWIMMING • ALL ROOMS WITH PRIVATE BATH • RECREATION i ENTERTAINMENT NEAR STORES i, BUSES • TRIAL PERIOD INVITED Jtinidiwv JCDIGL 540 WEST AVE. MIAMI BEACH. FLA. PIB MONTH—PC* PIBSON OBI OCC —ANNUAL BASIS III ol 250 oomsl INCIUOES 1 01UC OUS MEALS A 0AY of jersey featuring a vivid col ored floral print. A one-piece with the two-piece look was worn by Mrs. Martin Hochman. Her long-sleeved bodice was of bright red jersey, and featured the wide dolman sleeve —and her sheath skirt was of navy denim. A silk print of acqua flowers on white MM the choice of Mrs. Ben Liberman. The oack of her bodice was cut into a split cape effect. A plaid silk shirtwaist combining the colors of burnt sugar and tangerine was worn by Mrs. Charles Jarobson. Mrs. Harry Schiff selected a two-piece suit with an abstract print of white and muted sold. Her jacket was waist-lengih. casual fitting, and had braceletlength sleeves. A sand col red silk shirtwaist was worn by Mrs. Giadys Ankus, and small p,!*tel colored butterflies were embroidered on her dress. Black and white inoygashel linen v as the choice of Mrs. Bernard Yesner. Her sheath dress featured a white skirt and black bodice, with her torso-length jacket detailed in oversized pearl buttons. A three-piece ensemble in navy silk was worn by Mrs. Bernard Abel. A white sleeveless overblouse topped her shea'h skirt, and her jacket was short with the classic cutaway lines. Color was added in her accessories of red shces and bag. s, CINAL -plans for Lhe Council%  sponsored summer tour were detailed by Aaron Farr. who is responsible for the lecal group. Acting as moderator for the meeting. Farr introduced the representative of National Air Lines, who will meet the Council tour at the Miami airport and fly with them to New York; an Air France spokesman, who will greet them in New York and expedite their bearding for the overseas flight: and a Zim Lines official, who is responsible for their passage across the Mediterranean from Italy to Israel. Miss Rood Plans Rite With Student In the Rabbinate Col. and Mr-. Nathan B Rood, of 845 Catalonia ave.. Coral Cables, announce the engagement of their daughter. Carol Joyce, to Steven Bennett Jacobs, son of Mr and Mrs Israel Jacobs, of Brookline. Mass. The bride-elect has just completed her sophomore year at Wheaton College. Norton. Mass.. where she is majoring in sociology. She plans to continue her studies toward a Bachelor of Arts degree. In addition to being a student at Wheaton College, Miss Rood was appointed as an instructor in swimming at the college during the past year. Her extracurricular activities included the Dramatic Club and the Democratic Club of the college. The future bridegroom is a graduate of New York University, with a Bachelor of Arts degree. He is now a student at the Hebrew Union College at Cincinnati. Ohio, preparing for the rabbinate. He is a member of Zeta Beta Tau fraternity. IMlkUltf t"fl MISS CAROL ROOD Rosenblooms Will Live in Gables Roberta Livingston Rosenbloorta is now Mrs. Leonard Bendell. The couple exchanged vows on Saturday evening. June 23. at Rodepa Shalom Synagogue in Philadelphia, Pa. Theme of the candlelight rites, with Rabbi David Wice of ficiating. was pink and white. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George L. Rosenbloom, of Merion, Pa. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs David Bendell. of 7240 SW 125th St., Miami, and Nassau. B.W.I. For her wedding, the bride chose an ivory peau de soie Bianchi gown with alencon late, seed pearls, and bell skirt The matching ivory peau de soie headpiece with pearl.* and white lilies featured a boufta.it veil. Matron of honor was Mrs. Davit Adelman. of New York. Bridesmaids included Miss Brenda Blumberg. Highland Park. N.J.; MiSS) Barbara Kulick. No. Miami Beach; Miss Marjorie Miller. Philadelphia; Miss Sue Carpel. Miami Beach; and Mrs Patti Goldner and Mrs. Joan Hoffman. Philadelphia. Best man was Barton Hodes. if. Merion Ushers included Andrew Goldner, Morton Hofiman anl Stephen Miller, of Philadelphia. and Stuart Rosenberg. Robert Mar%  olin and David Adelman. New York Abbe Bendell. of Miami, wan Junior bridesmaid, and Patti Burns, Miami, was flower girl. The new Mrs. Bendell went ta Harriton High School in Merion an 1 the University of Miami, where she was secretary of Phi Sigma Sigma sorority. The groom attended Coral Gables High School and the University of Miami, where he belonged to Tau Delta Phi fraternity. A member of Knights of Pythias, he is a furniture manufacturer. After a wedding trip to La.i Vegas, Los Angeles, and San Fraicisco, the couple will be at home, a' 6513 Santona st.. Coral Gables. ) Ned Haiduck Off to Boston Seaboard Tells Contest Winner Three winners were announced here in Seaboard Railroad's "Silver Comet—Count the Passengers Contest," according to J. R. Getty, general passenger traffic managei for the railroad in Richmond. Va. Entry blanks were sent to over 15.000 ticket sellers, reservation clerks and other passenger sale> personnel of railroads in the United States and Canada, who were asked to estimate the combined peak loads on Seaboard's New York-Birmingham streamliner "Silver Comet" traveling southward between Richmond and Atlanta. Ca.. on June 8 and northward between those points June 9 Three contestants guessed 856 passengers correctly, and were judged in accordance with contest rules which stipulated that the earlier entry to be received would be the winner. First place went to William Davis, information and ticket seller. Terminal Railroad Assn. of St. Louis. Union Station. Getty said that the response was "tremendous" and announced plans to sponsor a similar contest for the road's Florida streamliners. "Silver Meteor" and "Silver Star." later in the year. Neal Haiduck. 16-year-old Miami Beachite. of t583 Alton rd., has %  been awarded one of the 12 na-. tional summer scholar-hips by. "Downbeat Magazine" to the Berk lee School of Music at Boston. Mass. He will study composition, arranging, theory and harmony, and advanced clarinet, saxophone, and flute. Neal has speared frequently in the Miami aiea on television and in recital He has received many awards in mu.-ic, including a schot. ;.rship to Transylvania Music Cami by the Miami Beach Music and] Arts League, another scholarship* given by the camp itself, the Genia Award for instrumental music by the Miami Beach Exchange Club. Outstanding Musician" Award it Nautilus Junior High School, and "Outstanding Junior Musician" at Miami Beach Senior High School. He has also been appointed student conductor of the Miami Beaca High School Concert Band for nexft year. / Metropolitan Sets Dividend Metropolitan Bank of Miami has declared its regular quarterly dividend of 20 cents per share, payable on July s to stockholders as of June 22. A. J. Harris, chairman of the board, reported lo directors sustained progress during the tui half of the rear, PHONE JE 2-5433 A-1 EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 94401


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Page 6-A *. Jewish ffrrSdi&n Fndoy, June 29. 1962 Reform Rabbis to Study Mixed Marriages At the Technion Society installdtion ceremonies held last Tuesday. Mr=. Louis Glassor was installed president of the Greater Miami chapter. Di -tinguished scientist and educator Dean Joseph Weil (left), of the University of Florida Engineering College, was guest speaker. He is shown with Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El, installing officer; Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice president of the University of Miami, elected secretary and Technion board member; and Leo Rutstein, Southeast regional director. Join July 4 Rally, Kelly Urges Here Sheriff Thonui..1 Kelly Issued .1 last-minute plea We Inesttay for Df.de county resident10 join in the mammoth Fourth of July cele tration next Wednesday m^ht in the Orance Bowl. "This will be our firsi attempt at a tevge-eoale celebration 01 our n?tion"s birthday.'" Kelly said "It j:'s a success, we hope to r< peat it every year. I certainly hope WE pack the stadium for the even!.'' Indications were that there would protMbly be a ticket shortage as the event nears, Sheriff Kelly added Nearly 30.000 seats have been < munated as a safetj factor for the massive fireworks display— leaving only 4S.0IKI ^eats available tor the public. Large business firmhave bought tickets in l.OOOseat blocks for their employes and families. Kelly added He suuucstcd that Greater Miamians visit the downtown ticket ffiec ai 151 SE 1st t or Gate Seven at the Oranpe Bowl, for their tickets Besides the fireworks, all branches of the Armed Forces will participate. The fireworks display will include a "Rocket to the Moon," "Fireworks Portraits of Astronauts Glenn and Carpenter." and dozens of others. Sheriff Kelly is chairman of the citizens committee sponsoring the event. 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WRITE Kit AI MIK Continued from Page 1A in which the Reform rabbinate committed itself "to provide the fullest measure of moral and material support and assistance for the people of the State of Israel" but declared that American and Israeli Jews have no right to speak for each other. The rabbis also called upon the United States Government to act without further delay in demandin:; and initiating steps toward an Arab-Israel peace settlement. At the same time, the rabbis voiced Strong concern over Egyptian President Nasser's use of American economic aid to purchase Soviet arms for use against Israel's people. The convention and the CCAR executive board agreed that Rabbi Albert G. Minda. of Minneapolis, and Rabbi Leon Feuer. of Toledo. ("CAR president and vice president 'respectively, were fully authorized in issuing a plea earlier this month for the commutation to life imprisonment of the capital punishment sentence of Adolf Kichmann "in accordance with the standing policy of the CCAR regarding public statements endorsing accepted CCAR principles." Twelve Reform rabbis had issued a statement on j their own immediately following ] the clemency plea issued by Rah' bis Minda and Feuer "repudiating" the action of the CCAR president and vice president. The Reform rabbis strengthen| ed their platform upholding the %  separation of church and state with adoption of a policy state ; ment opposing the use of public 1 school property by religious groups ; during school hours, the placing of religious symbols on public school buildings and grounds, and the practice in many public schools of "released time" for religious instruction. Rabbi Morris N. Kertier, of Larchmont, N.Y., moved the policy statement's adoption as chairman of the CCAR committee on church and state. The statement included a review of important cases pending in the nation's highest federal and state courts. Rabbi Kctier termed the past year "a prelude to historic legal decisions" which he told the rbbis would probably I be handed down later this year. Most of the cases mentioned by Rabbi Kertier involved Bible reading and prayer in the public schools. The policy stafemVhl included a' section which iroes much beyond the stand of an\ other American Jewish organisation on a pragram which has come into promtoenci in recent months and 1known as "shared time." Rabbi Ktrtzer said The statement cat t ions ayainst this program The Dttared time propotv 1 Involves th< use by parot bial and pun' of tax-supported educa cilities. 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fJewislli FILor idlian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY iurae 35 — Number 26 Miami, Florida, Friday, June 29, 1962 Two Sections — Price 20" Nazis in Argentina Carve Swastika on Jewish Girl's Body BUENOS AIRES——The DAIA. the represent.-! ve organization of Argentine Jewry, this week sent an i peal to President Jose Maria Guido, asking him to take mmediate and effective repressive and preventive tion" against "Nazi-Fascist bands" responsible for recnt anti Jewish violence which culminated last weekend brutal attack on a Jewish girl by neo-Nazi hoodlums carved a swastika on her breast with a razor The DAIA cited the incident as an example ol police in a mounting number of cases of violence against in Argentina. The girl, who was identified as aciela Narcisa Sirota. 19, a student at the science tculta of Buenos Aires University, was accosted last FIRST AMENDMENT VIOLATION Thursday by three hoodlums who stepped from an auto mobile and knocked her unconscious. When she regained consciousness, she said, she was forced to lie on a table in an unfamiliar room where tlie hrodlums removed her clothes and carved the swastika on her right breast with a razor. The ruffians also inflicted severe burns on her body with the ends of Ivjhted cigarettes, and told her: "For your guilt, Eichmann was killed." Miss Sirota, who fainted from the pain of the ordeal, said she later awoke in the street in a suburb of the city. The girl's parents immediately notified the police, hut their complaint was not accepted until two days l"er. when a police physician corroborated her story. In its protest telegram to President Guido. the DAIA declared: "We beg to denounce to Your Excellency this fact of unheard of brutality which follows a series of earlier attacks which were not punished. On tin same day," the telegram stated, "a Jewish restaurant as machinegunned for the second time. Earlier acts r.i orthodox persons who' hat his parents would not in :i religious education He • ii missing since 1959. alIsraeli authorities have searching for him on three %  :its. %  he embarrassed prosecutor, t'r Hadaya, asked for and reeled dismissal of the charges 9a "st the four members of the A 9s.:at Israel collective village, Kemmemiut. He said his wit"•*. Yitihak Kugler, had called W"i one night recently and cond that his testimony against Continued on Page 5-A JTA—By Direct Teletype Wire JERUSALEM Describing as "baseless" speculation about Israel's relations with the Kennedy Administration, Mrs. Golda Meir. Israel's Foreign Minister, declared in Israel's Parliament Monday that she had no doubt that the basic relations between Israel and the United States would continue to rest as in previous years on "firm foundations of friendship" and friendly discussion on all matters A common interest She said it was only natural that he new administration should in tensif) nstudy of the international problems it faced. Conceding here were differences on state %  natters, she said that in an) ap praisal of the Middle East situation, it would be "altogether difficult" to assume there could be a complete identity of views between countries as different in size and world standing as the United States and Israel. Mrs. Meir, who made these comments in introducing her ministry's budget, expressed "regret, astonishment and concern" at the indifference of the great nations to anti-Israel hostility of the Arab countries. She expressed concern that the "floutir.g" of the United Nations charter by the Arab states and their anti-Israel boycott had not led to "the sharp reaction" they deserved. She referred specifically to the election to the UN Security Council and to the UN Committee on Disarmament of Egypt, "a state which hoards weapons and does not hide its aggressive intent by proContinued on Page 3-A PARIS—(JTA)—Algerian Jews are continuing to fit frcnAlgeria. despite the recent cease fire understanding with OAS the European underground movement fighting Algerian independence, officials here reported this week. In recent days, a large number of Algerian Jewish notables have arrived in France, including the Chief Rabbi of Oran. who brought with him his congregation's Torah Scroll, and officials of the Algerian Jewish consistory. No accurate figures were available on the number of fleeino Jews, partly because French authorities do not maintain migration statistics by religion and partly because not many Jews ask French welfare organizations for help immediately on arrival. However, officials of the Fonds Social Juife Unife, the principal Jewish welfare agency, indicated that some 20,000 Algerian Jews have reached France since the cease-fire, and that the stream will continue unabated. All Jewish communal life in Algeria has been disrupted by the Jewish departures, and international Jewish organizations no longer have representatives there. A World Jewish Congress representative who went to France for a meeting of the Fonds Social two months ago did not return to Algeria. Top officials of the Federation of Jewish Communities also remained in France. The Jewish Agency, which is keeping a skeleton staff in Algeria, closed its office in Oran. WE1NSTEIW REELECTED PRESIDENT NCR AC Condemns Soviet Policy; Asks US Action on Arab Bias CINCINNATI—(JTA)—In a series of resolutions on the international scene, the plenary session of the National Community Relations Advisory Council went on record Sunday in condemnation of the discrimination against Jews in Soviet Russia in a demand for action by the United States to halt Arab discrimination against American citizens, in a plea to the Kennedy Adminis(ration to press for Arab-Israel peace and in a call for support for the United Nations as an agency for peace Reform Rabbis Study Mixed Rites MINNEAPOLIS — (JTA) — The Central Conference of American icare program for the aged, and Rabbis, meeting at its 73rd annual convention here, authorized this sharply condemning the so-called week I detailed study of mixed marriage in this country. The de Christian anti Communist Crusade cision was taken after the 500 delegates heard a report from Rabbi an< ] otnwr extreme right-wing Eugene Mihaly. professor at the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Insti groups tute of Religion, who had stated that intermarriage between Jews suring the State Department for and other religious groups is in its failure to protest more vigorcreasing and will continue OUSly against Soviet restrictions on The CCAR. rabbinical organiza tion of Reform Judaism in Amer ica, also adopted resolutions cen I Jews, expressing opposition to nuclear testing by any nation, endorsing President Kennedy's Med as "ominous threats to American freedom and democracy The convention also approved the report of a special committee on the relation of Reform to Judaism and the State of Israel, Continued on Page 6-A The Soviet resolution expressed "deep concern and anguish upon (he plight of our fellow Jews within the Soviet Union" and condemned "the discriminatory repressive treatment accorded by the Soviet (iOV< rnment to its Jewish citizens." The resolution described the methods of discrimination employed against Soviet Jews and charged that they were being singled out tor prosecution for "economic crimes Death penalties for these crimes, it charged, were being imposed ,m Jews "in a greater ration than upon cithers charged with similar oflci.ee s The conference adopted two resolutions on the Middle East. On* dealing with Arab d'scrimtCcontinued on Page 5-A



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Page 4-B Imhti FkrldRan Friday, June 29, 1SG2 <2fn the h^ealm or <^5ocietu Rosen, Abrams Exchange Vows Lynne Beth Abrams and Dr Stephen Granet Rosen were united in marriage in a doable ring ceremony on Sunday, June 24. at 6 p.m., amidst an orange shorhcrt and white color motif in the Terrace room of the Biseayne Terrace hotel. A reception dinner "as in the Starl.te room. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al Abrams. 16002 NK Sid ave No. Miami Beach She is the secretary of Judge Milton A. Friedman, and also winner of many beauty titles, including Miss Biseayne Federal. Miss Freedom. Miss Capri. Miss North Miami Beach, and others. She attended the Dade County Junior College. Dr. Rosen attended the Univer.::> of Pennsylvania and is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania school of dentistry. He was a member of Tau Delta Phi undergraduate fraternity and Alpha ( %  m e g a professional fraternity. While in private practice in Richmond Hill. NY., in 1M9 and 1960. Dr. Rosen taught prosthetic dentistry. He is presently in private i practice in West Hollywood. He is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Michael j Bosen, Forest Hills. NY TTie bride's gown was a floor-1 length-white satin gown with an' egg-shell white tulle overskirt. The j collar was encrusted with handembroidered pearls and crystals over French lace Her veil was also hand-embroidered with crystals a:.d pearls. Attendants were her sister. Rhea Deitch. matron of honor, and Sheryl Abrams, maid of honor. Ushers v. ere George Glanzberg. Dr Michael Brody. and Dr. Steve Goodman. Best man was Justin Bbersman. The couple left for Jamaica on a ten-day honeymoon, and upon their return will live at 7910 \V. i Harbor Island. Miami Beach. •i %  • J J I / MRS. STCPHtN ROSIN If you like Reception Fetes New Marrieds Mrs. Goldie Bresler. of Normandy Isle. Miami Beach, gave a wedding reception and dinner in the Starlight room of the Biseayne Terrace hotel on June 17 in honor oi the marriage of her daughter. Dorothy The croom is Andrew Harris, and the couple exchanged wedding vows in Honolulu, Hawaii, where they spent part of their honeymoon. Other honeymoon sites included Acapulco. Mexico. The bride's brother and sisterin-law, Dr. and Mrs Elliott Bres lar. and their two children. Scott 4 and Robin 2. arrived here from Chicagi : r a three-week vacation and to attend the wedding reception. KREPLACH arriving here were cousins. Mr. and Mrs, Irving Cohen, of New Jersey, as well as other friends and relatives Mr. and Mrs Harris will live in St Petersburg Beach. Fla. Ravioli I IN SAUCE Wight Club Affair Murray Solomon Post and Auxiliary, Jewish War Veterans, held a Right Club affair at the Carillon hotel on Saturday evening. You'll love Peau de Soie For Mrs. Chafi A white peau de soie sown with reembroidered alencon lace and seed pearls was the choice of Miss Stephanie Starr Stryker for her wedding to Dr. George N. Chafi on Sunday. June 24. The bride is the daughter of Dr, and Mrs George Stryker. 13194 Arch Creek ter.. Keystone Island 5 Parents of the bridegroom arc Mr and Mrs. Sadeg M Chafi, of Teheran. Iran. Dr. Morris W. Graff performed the early evening ceremony at the Diplomat Country Club. Miss Dale Stryker and Miss Susan Katz attended the bride. Serving as best man was Dr. Maurice Chafi. and ushers were Eiiott Burke and Joel Shapiro The ne Mrs. Chafi is a 1962 graduate Of the University of Ml ami. specializing in speech therapy. Her husband graduated from the University of Geneva medical school, served his internship and residency in general surgery at Seton Hall college of medicine in New Jersey, and completed resi dency in chest and cardiovascular surgery at New York medical college and University of Miami Jackson Memorial Hospital. Following the wedding, the young couple left for a honeymoon in the Virgin Islands. Lynns Reveal Gail's Betrothal Mr and Mrs. Joseph Lynn, ol B^onx. NY. announce the engage ment of their daughter. Gail, to Arthur Chaykin. son of Mr. and Mrs Alan Chaykin. of 6780 S\V 68th ter So. Miami. Chaykin was in New York fur the couple's formal engagement party for northern guests last Sunday Another such celebration will be held upon their return to Miami for guests here. Miss Lynn is a graduate of Taft High School. Bronx, and now attends the University of Miami. Mr. Chaykin is a Miami Senior High School graduate, and has attended University of Miami and Florida State University. Alter completing his present tour %  t active duty in the Air Force, he will return to the University of Miami, where he i> an affiliate of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity and Kr.i^hts of Pythias. University NEW SERIES Starting in July, a series bj staff writer Isabel Grove or, Greater Miami's High School graduates, and thenfuture plans. July 6—Nelsa Gidnt j. Don't miss this interesting feature series. 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Rercnson. board chairman of Miami's free, n ectarian ho.-pj. lal devoted exclusive!} to children'! in art disease. New menlbers Include Judge Jason M Berkma Justice of the i'( ace, Fifth \> %  Mrs $ol Gol Iberg, mime : ate past presi. dent of the hosp i \onh Dade women's chap rles Gold. st< in, manager M.G.S investments; William Rafkind, ( LU, Home Life Insurance Company of \c York: Irving Schulman councilman and former mayor ol urf. side Also elected to tin* board of the children's heart ho pil t! weir Saul Schulman, assistant vice president of General Capital Corporations Alan shectcr. public relations di. rector of Kislak Mortgage Corp., of Florida: Sheldon Spector, ov Sheldon Drugs; Stanley Tat< eral contractor; and Eli Tinmner, oi the board of Giffea Industi i Sabbath Dinner Holidays and every