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

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

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

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T ]rewlslh FIorudlfLairi
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
olume 35 Number 27
Miami. Florida. Friday, July 6, 1962
Two Sections Price 20*
Synagogue
jUi.it Affirms
Court Ruling
By Spci*l Report
I NEW Y< RK Rabbi Julius Mark.
bresidenl :: the Synagogue Council
bl America, this week voiced ap-
broval of -he Supreme Court de-
cision or. tr.e recitation of the Reg-
ents pra>tr in the New York pub-
tic ichoi : -ystem.
' "The S; I I gOgue Council of Amer-
ica has cftristently opposed pray
r in tbi public school,'1 he lured "15 has been our belief
prayer of any sort should be
tered t the home, church and
nagogUC rid that public instuu
U the public school
i ild i free of such .sectarian
practice -
"We haw* further held to the
belief thai prayer of 'common
core' c*n only lead to a water-
ing down of all that is spiritually
meanincnvl in every religious
faith.
School Prayer Ban Evokes
Hot Retort Across Nation
NKW YORK(JTA)The Supreme Couts historic decision ban-|
ning official prayers in public schools has touched off a nationwide I
reaction which included an increase in inter-religious debate on the
Issue
Included in the first public reaction was unanimous acclaim for
the decision by Jewish organiza -----
KABBI 1UIIUS MARK
. diluting faith
"We, therefore, are
b\ tlu luguage and
encouraged
decision ot
Charge Time'
With Misquote
Of Ben-Gurion
By Special Report
NKW YORK Theocore Kollek
director general of the Prime Min-
ister's Department. State of Israel.'
minentl) clear that one can be
immittei to a specific religion
i it same time be careful
il t,, -,. his religious beliefs
:i (host io may nut believe
lo Ided Rabbi Mark
a-
indful of what th<
, luirch and slate in the
has meant and means
: -in m < ttered development o|
the enrichment of
and as reli. ionis1
heart ai d hand I
.! and our fellow man.
Continued on Page S-A
ister Ben-Gurion in its June 22 *
tii,n in a story reporting the recent
dialogue held in Jerusalem under
the auspices of the American Jew
ish Congress
In 8 cable to 'I line k.iick do
I
"Your report under 'Opinion'
in Time Magazine misquotes
Prime Minister Ben-Gjrion. He
has never declared that Jews,
wherever they might be, owe "heir
first allegiance to Israel. Actual-
Continued on Page 16A
lions, criticism from Catholic
cesmen and a mixed reaction
from Protestant organization-
Membera oi Cuhgrcc: were bitter
in their protests and several moved
to -tart the machinery for a con-
stitutional amendment to permit
voluntary prayers in schools.
Simultaneously, predictions
I were made that there would be
a c'rive throughout the United
States to eliminate many stand-
ard sectarian practices in Amer-
ican schools. The American Civil
Liberties Union noted that sev-
eral related suits were moving
through lower courts en route to
the Supreme Court. The organ-
ization said it planned to ask
its 33 affiliates nationally to
measure local school practices
against the Supreme Court de-
cision. Among the practices now
facing the court tests are Christ-
mas nd Chanuka observances,
Easter program, recitation of the
Lord's Prayer, and bacca'au-
reate services.
As bitterness mounted a :ainst
the decisionwhich many experts
said was not as embracing as the
cnties assumed anti-Semitic un-
dertones began to emerge.
One of the five parents who con-
ducted the suit against the New
York Regents pra>er which ended
with the Supreme Court ban re-
ported that he and his family had
been vilified with anti Semitic in-
sults and threats of death.
The parent. Lawrence Roth
Continued on Page 11-A
Of
Argentine Jews in Protest
Against Anti-Semitism
POUCE Ffff ON JtWS
PACE 7-A
RABBI NUSSBAUM NEW PRESIDENT PAGE 3-A
JFK Lauds Zionist 'Experience'
In Message to 65th Confab
Bl ENOS AIRES (JTA) Jewish stores, factories, offices a- I
schools were closed throughout Argentina one da) this week in pro-
test against increased anti-Jewish violence which culminated in the
abduction here of a 19-year-cld girl b> three terrorists who carved a
swastika on her bod) with a razor. Signs reading "Closed in Protest
'. ,i nsl N.i/i Aggressions an Ar
UP 500 PERCENT
Private US
Investments Go
Up in Israel
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
TKL AVIV American prh
investment in Israel ha> incr.-.i -
500 percent since the Internationa:
Congress of Bi National Chambers
Of Commerce was established '
1955. it was reported here Tuea
day.
The report was made by Nat!- I
Straus, of New York, president
the American Israel Chamber
Commerce, at the opening sess. .
of the third congress here Tue-
day He said that as comf..
jwith American private uivestn
.hen of $8,000,000 a year, the I
now was J40.ihio.ihhi annual!)
He also reported that the num-
ber of American firms operating
in Israel had n eared the 200
mark, and included such well-
known companies as Studebaker-
Packard, Dun and Bradstreet
and Fairbanks-Whitne,, all mem-
bers of the American-lsrae
Chamber of Commerce.
SECRETARY GOLDBERG SPEAKS
PAGE 6 A
WASHINGTON (JTA flu 85th annual (.mention of the '/
of America opened loir Friday with a message from
President Kennedy lauding "the experience of Zionism" ami empha
zing that the United states 'has established and continued a tradi-
tion of friendship with Israel' since the tune of President Wilson.
When th< first Zionist conform"
met befor. the present century be- batter world and in the experience
Kan, President Kennedy said m ,,f Zionism we know that it takes
his messagt "Israel was i waste
l mil won with the bitterness f
in) centuries of strife and war
Todl S it is the dynamic and
fruitful land inhabited by free and
mocrath p eo p I e that Theodor
Herzl and other great Zionist lead-
I- prophesied it would become
"This nation, from the time of
President Woodrow Wilson, has
established and continued a tra-
dition of friendship with Israel
because we are committed to all
free societies that seek a path
to peace and honor individual
right. We seek peace and pros-
perity for all of the Middle East,
firm in our belief that a new
spirit of comity in that impor-
tant part of the world would
serve the highest aspirations
I and interests of all nations.
"In the prophetic spirit of Zion-
ism all free men today look to a
w e
courage and perseverance and
dedication to achieve it Toward
Continued on Paqe 12-A
enina" were displayed in front ot
very Jewish establishment.
The nationwide Jewish stoppage
chich began at noon, was called
b) the DAIA, central represents
ive bod) ol Ar ;entine Jewry The
v can ied o il with per
iplini r hon' the en
in counti ilanj non-Je
..:. no s ,n the Jewish section;
line i the stoppage in soli
larity with Ihe Jew s.
Police were ordered on the
alert to combat the possibility of
clash's from neo-Nazi reactions
to the Jewish demonstration.
Many Argentine newspapers ap-
peared with articles supporting
the DAIA prrtest. The National
Committee of the Union Civic
Radical de Pueblo, one of Ar-
gertina's largest parties, pub-
lished a statement demanding
severe repressive measures
aga.nst the perpetrators of the
ars'i-Semitic attacks. Statements
cf suppoit by students and teach-
ers associations for the DAIA
stand jliO were published in the
newspapers.
Acting on an appea
DAIA Pre i lent Guid<
Una summoned police chiel Hora
eio Green for report on the assault
of the Jewish girl, Graciela Sirota.
A radio broadcast later reported
that the police chief had resigned;
however, he promptly said that the
report was false.
The police chief met with re-
porters after his 35 minute me I
ins: with President Guido and said
He reported that 17 count
wen- represented in the third
gress Pinhas supir. Commerce
Minister, greeted the delegates
and reported thai Israel's new eco
nomic polic) had given a b
to Israel's expi rts
Meanwhile, an official '':'
States trade mis-urn concluded
four week visit with indical
that the mission participants
il the period was too short I
. .|u. cover all potential fields ol inl
,.n for American exporters and
tors
NAZIS ARRESTED
Two Nazis were arrested
early Tuesdaj in downtown
Miami.
See story Pace 8-B.
Continued on Page 10-A
OLD MIDDLE EAST IDEALS PALLING BEFORE PROCESS 0E EROSION
Israels Friends Fear U.S. Foreign Policy Change
AUfKNAJf VKBV: MOVES ON THE QUIET-
PACE I4-A
By HAROLD EIDLIN
WASHINGTON (JTA) That
a subtle but perceptable change in
United states foreign policy in the
Middle East has taken place has
now become clear to observers
here And for Israel and Israel's
I friends, the view from Washington
1 is a most disturbing one.
On the surface, and in the ve-
hement view ol the State Depart-
ment. American Israel relations are
unchanged. In the technical sense.
this is true. Cultural exchanges
between the two nations are con-
stantly increasing. So are VS.
economic assistance, two way trade
1 and all the other outward trap-
pings of bilateral relationships
But a new factor has clouded the
picturethe eternal international
triangle
U.S. foreign policy makers
are embarked on a new cam-
paign to win over Arab friend-
shipparticularly Egypt's Nass-
er. The result, say observers,
is the beginning of a steady pro-
cess of erosion of the old United
States objective of keeping the
Middle East as quiescent as
possiblea
Israel has
cord.
view
been
with which
in hearty ac-
Bvidence of the change is
ready mounting Cairo Radio ha*
stepped up its anti-Israel propa
ganda blasts, and it takes little
'imagination to conjecture what l
t S courted Nasser can do in
terms of stirring up Still further
Continued on Page 10-A


Page 2-A
UmUto Fieridti&r
Friday. July 6, 1964
Robert Galbut. son of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Galbut, 4630
Royal Palm ave., was the valedictorian and recipient of the
SI00 Rose and Samuel Ritter Scholarship award at the recent
1962 Junior High School graduation exercises of the Hebrew
Academy. According to Rabbi Morris L. Horovilz. assistant
principal, Robert received a straight A average in both He-
brew and English studies during his years a; the Academy.
JWV Chief Flays Schwarz
Anti Communist Crusade
By Special Reoor*
WASHINGTON News thai Dr
Fred C Schwari of the
Christian Anti Communism Cru-
sade. i> opening :< "Greater New
York School of Anti-Communism
brought .i scathing commenl here
from National Commander Theo-
dore Brooks, of the Jewish War
Veteran-, who declared th.it "Dr
Schwar/ may ^arb himself IS
lamb and claim that his organiza-
tion is only an innocent education
al institution, hut wide awake
Americans who have followed fn<
activities know better
Dr Schwarz and the schools he
organized are part and parcel of
the ultra-right winy, force* in this
country whose ultimate aim ;>
political power If we take what
the faculty if Dr Schwarz-
schools say at face value, in the
name of ami-Communism, their
ultimate purpose is the erosion
and. in the end. the denial A the
liberties guaranteed bv '.h? First
the Fifth md the Fourteenth
\ intents te Fe leral Con
stitul
Commander Bosks noted that
Or. Schwar*. in i recent adver-
tisement in the New York Times,
"repudiated" allegations of anti-
Semitism, pointing out that his
father was born of Jewish par-
ents and that he. himself, be-
came committed to Christian
doctrine at the age of 17.
;>r Schwarz.' leclared Com-
mander Brooks, "is obviously not
a Jew Whether he is a Christian
.( for me t> say, but this I io
,ay :r > its and the faculty
[supposedly engaged in exposing
the evils of communism do little
! more than attempt to whip BUdt-
I ences into hysteria and suspicion
of neighbors, elected leaders who
have questioned "he ultra-right and
its motivations and the democracy
we have developed. They smear
all "lenients in American life in
their diatribes, particularly busi-
ness leaders, members of the ju-
liciary, members of Congress and
>i the Executive department, ami
ven the President, accusing them
leing servants and foUowers of
fommunisl dogma becauae they
will not follow the line he and
rther member- oi the ultra-right
id\ ocate."
Commander Brooks expressed
skepticism over tin- slogan o! the
proposed New York school as set
forth m Its advertisement, 'What
Communism is, not who it Is."
it wculd seem. a little late."
Commander Brooks said, "to put
forth claims of fair nun ledness
when the whole tenor of br. Sch-
warz's schools has been lo carr)
on where McCarthyism left off,
making irresponsible denunciations
of innceni individuals and aligning
themselves with the John Birch
s icietj and ether illiberal forces.
"Dr. Schwari now asks for an
opportunity in what he calls the
American tradition of fair play'
to present his case. Americans
have already heard his case and
they need no help of the Wind he
has offered to understand comm-
unism or how to combat it.
Citizens of New York City, both
Jewish and non-Jewish." Comman-
der Brooks added, "will see through
the attempt of Dr Schwarz to
make a hid for their support D) in
Slsting he is not anti Semitic The
ultimate question is not whether
Dr Schwarz is pro or anti Semitic
but whether he and the faculty he
employs are cooperating with the
forces ol bigotry, authoritarianism
and reaction Recent history spells
out clearlv how such forces deal said. "Is the use of company fund)
with minorities when they get given in the form of tax-free
poWer." .r.but.oils to sell the ultra rlghl
proaih which Dr Schwarz and h.i
Commander Brook- urged all confreres peddle In their effort
New Yorkers to ignore l>r Sch- achieve political power:"
>\.,i/ his school, and the mass
"anti-Communism rally which ,
was held in Madison Square Gar
den on .lune L'8 The sch.ol is
supposed t be set up in late Aug
ust.
What re object to m the husi
ness world." Commander Brook-
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Page 3-A
iyers to Head Federation Planning Committee
A lonfiran^e planning committee
U the Greater Miami Je\u>h fed-
Uation has been created t< take a
fciercing, top level look into Fed-
eration's future
Stanley C. Mvers has been nam-
ed Chairman o'i the group, which
k 11 attempt to tagsee the long
,. nge needs of Federation, and SUg-
Lit plant of action to meet them.
Serving wi'h Myers are Sidney
Ar.s*r., Jack Cantor, Irving Cypen,
David Fleeman, Nathan Gumen-
ck, Maurice- Gusmm, Cal Kov-
tni, Sidney Lefeourt, Joseph
Upton. Sam Luby, Loo Poller,
Nathan Rood, Leonard Rosen,
I Sol Shaye, Bernard Stevens, and
I Harold Thurman.
Myers said the committee will
. to look beyond the year-to-year
stAmir c. mms
functions and plan for the next
decade oi growth and change in
the Greater Miami community It
will sec k out general areas of ac-.
tion and make recommendations to
the Federation executive commit
tec.
""Many i ; our leaders have felt
that Federation needed a croup
which could operate out from un-
der the pre-sure of dav-today de-
cisions," Myers explained, "a
group which could plan creatively
and thoroughly for our community's
future."
Lefeourt. Federation's new presi-
dent, pointed out that Miami, be-
ing a comparatively new commun-
ity, "is in the enviable position of
being able to profit by the experi-
ence of older Jewish communi-
ties."
The newly-formed committee.
Lefeourt and My< rv said, will make
a carelul study ol actions which
have been taker )y thee other
communities, and the results of
those actions.
"Those communities which are
making the most progres* right
now," Lefeourt said, "are those
which began their long-range
planning many years ago.
"We will also tk( ;; long, analyt-
ical look at our own community."
Myers said. "We hope to learn
more about the make-up of the
Greater Miami community, so that
we will be able to chart its future
growth more intelligently."
He said the committee will con-
sult with many other Greater Ml-
amians "to make use of the great
wealth of talent and experience m
our own community."
The committee itself. Myers
pointed out. represents a wide va-
rietj t-i business, civic and philan-
thropic interests.
"I believe that committe mem-
bers will stimulate one another
in our thinking, and make poss-
ible a comprehensive program
for the future," Myers said.
By this method, the committee
hopes that Federation will be able
to avoid the necessity for hurried
stop-gap measures when unexpect-
ed problems arise. Myers said.
"With proper planning, a lot of
these problems won't be unexpect-
ed," Myers said. "Well be able
to see them coming well in ad-
vance."
Legislator Vows Senate Move
Against Supreme Court Ruling
IXGTON JTA I Set
bertsi Vir inia
I?,. d thai he would in-
r< lution
, the opposition of the en
ress I the S ipn n Court
....
: : bill S< hOoU
eartnj s on a number ol
Imi nts b '.''' i v
duced ihi Senati
undi r this week.
.: tson n anwhile
.i iopted
Senati and the Housi i I
lives on the prayer is
!!.- draft would xpress the
:i -- disapi ro\ .ii of the
ii dei isi<: and go on rec-
... : ibed, non-
public schools
- .,- .. practice
on the
: stati i hurch si
crtaic faith? sepi rati hurch
and stati
Lewi- 11 Weinstein, < hairman of
Ihi N nmunitj Relations
Advisory i rdii iting
, em for i nal J wish religious
and cw i< or.... :at said Mon-
th) rs ruling
"has i med the strength of
its and n
without thi the
He issu* d .. -' en
that everj tmei ho has
properly
ruhnj ; ra; i rs
public schoi I i ssro 'in-'' will wi I
come !'. i Kent > 's state-
meni ret i families that they
car. "pray go d deal
rches ith more
fidelity
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Left to right are Maurice "Dec" Klein, chairman, American-
ism committee. Miami Beach Elks Lodge 1601, presenting
medals to Mark Schickman and Gerald Komreich, 6th grade
students at the Hebrew Academy, and winners of the "What
Democracy Means to Me" contest sponsored annuclly by the
Elks. Kornre:ch will read his prize-winning essay at the next
meetina of the Beach Elks.
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The hearings on the proposed
:onstitu':cnal amendments were
icheduled for this week by Sen.
|james 0. Eastland, chairman of
he Senate Judiciary Committee.
n the House, where similar draft
I amendments have been propos-
|td. Rep. Emar.uel Celler, of New
York chairman of the Judiciary
Committee, said he would not
It've priority to these proposals
aracterized all the resolu
orrs on this subject as "dangerous
f. that they would serve as an en
wedge to destroy one of the
lost important tenets of our demo-
ivocofion by Rabbi Shapiro
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td to give the invocation before
be I'niled States Senate in Wa.-h
keton. DC. last week. Rabbi
tiapiro is spiritual leader of Tern
iv Sinai of Hollywood, and was
kently elected president of the
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Volume 35
Number 27
Friday. July 6. 1962
4 Tammuz 5722
Zionism Told
Of its Glories
Nothing will match for gran-
ceur the address President Ken-
nedy delivered before the Zionist
Organization of America back in
August, 1960 when, as a candi-
date for the office he now holds,
the President vowed that he
would actively work toward
recce in the Middle East.
Secretary of Labor Goldberg's
eppearance before the 65th an-
nual convention of the ZOA late
,ast week was a tepid substitute.
Meant to evoke memories of the
President's own talk two years
cefore, it did little more than give
rise to unhappy comparisons.
For. in a very real sense, as a
member of the Kennedy Cabinet
with one of the best records of
achievement in the Administra-
tion thus far, Secretary Goldberg
could certainly be regarded as
c Presidential spokesman.
But the sad fact is that the
Labor Secretary said little more
during his appearance than did
the President, himself, in a mes-
sage to the convention on the occasion oi its greeting, in effect did the same thing: "We
opening session. What, in effect. Mr. Goldberg seek peace and prosperity for all of the Middle
did was to put in an appearance to assure East, firm in our belief that a new spirit of
the fact that the Administration was being
physically represented. The substance of his
address was another matter.
Indeed, President Kennedy's message of
greeting achieved the greatest height of all
when he declared: "In the prophetic spirit of
Zionism all free men today look to a better
comity in that important part of the world
would serve the highest aspirations and in-
terests of all nations."
* *
LECTURES TO THE WRONG PARTY
What the President did here was to bal-
world, and in the experience of Zionism, we ance his Praise of Zionism and Israel with an
know that it takes courage and perseverance offic'al U.S. declaration designed to allay Arab
and dedication to achieve it." *ears against the sheer voicing of such praise.
For this was official Administration recog- The in,ent oi Secretary of Labor Goldberg's ad-
nition recognition not alone of the achieve- dress was similarly filled with these well-bal-
ment of Israel, but that the existence of Israel anced references.
today is a good thing. Beyond anything else, Thus- *" Goldberg's talk, certainly ex-
such words were more than encouraging. They amined microscopically before it had been de-
were a reiteration of the principles Mr. Ken- live'ed. created the kind of effect it probably
nedy enunciated before the ZOA back in Aug- never intended, but created it nevertheless:
It turned out to be a lecture on peace in the
Middle East.
And whom did he, as official Administra-
tion spokesman, come to lecture? Certainly
ust. I860.
THE CHILL FACT OF PARTITION
In all fairness, Secretary Goldberg offered n0t'he forces ?at ne similar statements of high principle. For ex- ?*?.*t: S5?! ,quietlY asking for
cmple: "Friendship for Israel and for all dem-
time" these days to work on the ambitious
goals the President enunciated before the ZOA
back in August, 1960. Beyond guestion. this
is tacit recognition as to which part of the Mid-
dle East cold war is the true culprit.
ocratic nations is a national commitment
Today, the support that this nation has given
to Israel has been fully warranted."
But these were glittering nuggets in an
otherwise drab showcase. For the substance
of the Secretary's address, as well as of Mr. TILLING POINT APTLY MADE
Kennedy's message seemed geared to assure Max Bressler's talk before the ZOA is one
the Arabs that no official U.Sj favoritism was lo ^member for the specific point it made. He
being extended Israel to the detriment of our 8aid liltle more lhan his immediate predeces-
Arab friendships. Thus. Mr. Goldberg took the
repeated opportunity to make observations
such as these:
"... Americans reaffirm their friendship
to all people in the Middle East, and
reassert their hope that all might live
in peace."
"Our friendship for one State is not
based upon hostility toward another."
The present state of affairs does not
serve the best interests of either Israel
or the Arab States."
"Friendship for Israel and sympathy
with Jewish aspirations in Palestine
have been repeatedly endorsed ."
sors. or than any other spokesman for the Zion-
ist movement today, when he called Zionism
"the most vital force in combatting cultural
assimilation," and when he lashed out at those
"who deal with Zionism as though it were a
commodity to be moved from one shelf to an-
other or to be discarded when, to their way of
thinking, it served its purpose."
But in suggesting that the American Jew-
ish community's greatest danger today is "vol-
untary assimilation" rather than anti-Semitism,
Mr. Bressler aptly singled out the community's
fundamental trauma. For, in effect, he charged
that American Jews are more concerned about
attacks against themselves as nominal Jews
than that their cultural and intellectual dedica-
In all of these remarks, there is the careful tion to Judaism is weak and frequently non-
recognition of the chilling razor blade fact of existent.
:cn. that what is accorded one set of It is this weakness, he said that needs
politico] interests shall not be denied the other greater defense today than Jewish exposure
ie\ President Kennedy, in his own message of to traditional anti-Semitism. "
daring the week
... as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
.
THl ,JOINT *?9*m
Mateo* statement an w
em sanctity is ., fiction. It i5 j,
meaningless as was Mr Ken.
nedy's pronouncemer ,n (-
tro before a Pan-Am ruan a.
sembly cf newspa- ,.(lj,nr,
back in April 1961 v
President Kennedy
the Soviets, whom he
characterized as the
tered tyrant: of Hui
the wake of :l:' atxrtive Ha-.
lecture him n Cuba In
vasion, hi formi the editors that the is would
m a drive to sweep Castro into the sea if the other Amei
la.U'ci to join us
This was bravi talk equivalent to the bravery of th
ginnings of Mr. Kennedy's stay at the White House
rous action, whil< at the same time momentarily
nightmare memories of the ill fated invasion. By his
Communists to mind their own business, we wi i
Unit,
lions]
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-1U" oppor.
tunity to flex our muscles but it was a flexing for tl
the motion. Not only did the Latin nations refuse to pa I
any kind of action against Castro; we, ourseho. lav:r
Furthermore. Mr Kennedy's stern talk of unilateral miliUn
campaigns quickly gave way to another fictionthat -
darity. For clearly tht I S could make nc hemisph.-
cisions without the concurrence of the Organization oi
States And. when the chips were down, even as much :, >(,
after the Hay of Pigs, which tacitly admitted our got xnment'i
recognition that Castro had won his place in the Westei m t^
OAS only reluctantly, and after great pressure, limped |
us in an economic and diplomatic- freeze of tuba.
As a matter of fact, many of the Latin countries
right sympathy toward Castro; and Mexico was prii
them in giving a hard time to long-range I S schemes
to limit to Cuba the foothold that the Communists
achieved in the Western Hemisphere.
UNtS DRAWN IN LATIN AMHICA
1/ENNEDYLOPEZ MATEOS statements on Western sol;
* welcome from a psychological point of view, must thus be re!
garded as no more than what they area propagandist;, ;>lay not
realistically related to the OAS limitations circunw: itng our I
police powers, which ultimately bind our intentions to the amber-
some framework of majority hemispheric rule. What th-' ilatenest
does accomplish, more than anything else, is also what the rheerin?;
millions welcoming President and Mrs Kennedy to Mexico graphic-
ally illustrateda palpable refutation of the Communist-inspir! image
in Mexico and elsewhere in Latin America of a "hated" Uncle Sam
But however brilliant the greeting of our Chief Executive, tlxj
fact remains that the lines are drawn in Central and South \menci
Castro has opened the way to our realization that the Kenzrcjl
Alliance for Progress is too little too late; and one can hardly be
at all sure that, had Castro failed, a Communist foothi.M wort
not ultimately open elsewhere. For burdens of the economic axl
social disparity suffered by so many Latins are huge, and pucdl
against tru- background of political inequities, they become virtual!! |
unbearable. Neither, until recently, has any force come al >ng it
ing to ameliorate the disparity or ease the burdenexcept the Core-
munists. who are always anxious to promise everything the) MM
intend to deliver.
In the final analysis, this means that the Communist- hw
significant advantage today in the battle to wrest the leadeni*
role for Latin American reforms. Again, in the final analws. Hal
unhappily leaves us where we have been so often before: allied itl
the forces of reaction, which pose as "democratic," and whOH orJ>
claim to democracy is that like us, but for different reasons, thfj|
also oppose the Communists.
More than is popularly realized at the moment, th.-.' LatinI
American forces are today Nazi-infiltrated along the entm political
spectrum of what we loosely term the "Right." Neither are thes*[
Nazi prototypes, but Nazis indigenous to the original Hitler era ]
Germany, who flew the coop back in 1945. What is the ( S. night
mare of tomorrow? The sad answer to this seems to be allian|
with them in the battle to contain Communism in the Western Bta
ispherea delayed extension of the dream nurtured by Hil
in 1939. he was so rudely shocked by England's dcelara\ in of r
in defense of Poland. For Hitler had. indeed, expected the British
to join him in the ultimatt campaign against Bolshevik I!u--ia.
I4CH it HANDMAIDIN Of TMf OTHtK
THE SUPREME COURT decision on religion in th. ichoo sppe>ri
confusing to thuse who don't know how to read, and who r<
must eloquent on the subject, even though it doesn't rule in
in the schools. This is what SO many zealots, prepared to rip ourl
Constitution to shreds in the name of their private viei >f GoAj
fail to understand. The court merely ruled on the right ol the I I
of Regent! of the State of New Yorkor of any government body-]
to create and authorize a public prayer
As Mr Justice Douglas pointed out. the opinion might ell haveI
gone further. It might have- ruled on the declaration opt'i |
preme Court hearings or seasiona of Congress both of which f
voke the name of <;o of the opinion to have stated its i>osition on Biblereadnu and reafi
lous festival observances in the public schools, or even on the phra*
"under (loci, inserted into the Pledge of Allegiance during the E)**
hower Administration.
In this kind of controversy, it has seemed inevitable that he K
ots. who most often know least about history, confusedly recall t
religious foundationstones of our nation; while, at the same tin* I
atheists demand their right to a respectable place in the sun, rather
than the deep freeze they are increasingly being accord.'! The*
of course, represent the extremes. Nevertheless, they ill.-'rate j
interesting paradox:
Those who oppose the Supreme Court ruling, by and large cor.
stitute the conservativi element of political thinkingAme."C,|.
who seek a minimum of government interference in the "1,ilU ,L'I
way of life Those who support the ruling, conversely reflect *
liberal viewmen and women who also aspire toward the n
of a variety of federal welfare programs, economic controls. d,N|
cultural reforms.
TMf PROJISTANT MONOPOLY DICLINl
DUT IN the matter of public religious pracl
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'ative even if instances he doean t ki m '
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I .mi honored and happ
share in the acti.::.'- i your
85th ii \c.-iii,)!! and to reaffirm
our faith in the principles ol tree-
dom and justice l iday, demo-
cracj ha- its gw ii -: opp >rtun-
ity
MUJion> ol people .::
Africa and Latin America are
gaining Independence, with it- re-
wards and responsibilit.e*.
For the most par;, they aspin
to nothing to which we cannot
subscribe Their aspirations cam
mend themselves to our con-
science ami to our emocratic
ideals For us there onlj one
course: to assist these people ol
ihe world with our resources and
skills, with our political and moral
backing, and to prevent our a?s:si
..nee from being perverted along
the way
This idea is the policy of un-
selfish, practical help and assist-
ance enunciated by the President
ihat motivates our foreign aid
proposals.
The American Zionist move-
ment affirms this examp'e.
American citizens have been
willing to invest their time, their
money, their hearts and souls
to he p develop in a remote sec-
tion of the world a new life for
countless people, a life based on
common ideals of freedom and
justice. The best interests of
this nation are clearly in the
development of the cemocratic
spirit everywhere
To me. the supreme test of an
American's fidelity is this that
he is one who does not conceal
but affirms his origin, who is
prou,d of it whatever it may be,
and who recognizes that in the
plurality of American life is our
StreQgth and the source of 'he
lreedom that we proudly profess
10 the world.
It is worth remembering too,
that Israel is a cause that stands
eyond the ordinary changes of
American public life In our go-
i iety it has not been a Jewish
cause Friendship for Israel and
empathy with Jewish aspirations
Palestine have been repeatedly
. ndorsed by Presidents and m m
ers "I Congress
Friendship for Israel an I for
ail democratic nations is a nation-
al commitment, and clearly it d.
i vej from the common langu i
of all those who -peak for free
domthe language of compassion
which knows no country, no race.
no creed. It resides in the human
spirit, and the triumph of this
-pirit is the goal oi American for-
eign polic)
ARTHUR I. GOLDBIRG
We have ilw ivs beer pre|
to support this isl ith ud and
assistant el those wh i seek jus-
tice and freedom We have given
our own wealth I
hope- ol others
Today the support th II
tioi. has given : > I : i< h -
fully warrante i. It is a leni i
: Stal
freedoi f s|
ol the press sparing un
der a ivernmenl ol law.
illusti i > thai ir
dence in its lestinj was well
founded Throughout the world,
American assistance, both private
and public, is based upon the
assumption that a tree and demo-
cratic ua> of life is what people
want.
We remember (hat for the
heart of Europefor Turkey.
Greece, Iran and elsewhere
the choice between national
freedom and Communist en-
slavement would not be possible
today if the United Stetes had
not. for the past U yeirs,
shown the depth of its commit-
ment to freedom throughout the
world in programs like the Mar
shall Plan, the Truman Plan.
Point Four and the rest. And
tc-day, the Alliance for Progress
takes its place with these mass-
ive commitments to the cause
of justice.
This sens mr hisl try is
what I Presi lenl Ken
nedj when he -ail "Asia Latm
America, Africa and the Middle'
East theirs is a revolution we
would support regardless ot the
Cold War. and regardless of which
political or economic route they
chose to freedom "
The American people, in their
private endeavors, have always
Earl Warren Off On Israel Tour
By Special Report
NEW YORK Chief Justice and
Earl Warren will arrive in
Israel on July H for a week's visit.
Announcement ot the trip was made
b> Dr. Louis Finkelstein, Chanced-
oi of the Jewish Theological Sem-
ii irj o| America under whose all
spices Judge Warren is making his
first trip to Israel.
The chief Justice will be accom-
panied by Ben Swig, of San Fran
Cisco, a member of the Seminal > -
board of directors He will meet
Dr. Finkelstein in Jerusalem.
It was the Seminary which first
stimulated the Chief Justice's
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interest in the role of law in
Jewish life a' a weekend confer-
ence on "Law as a Moral Force"
held at the Seminary in the fall
of 1958, attended by the Chief
Justice and by former President
and Mrs. Truman.
During hi- stay in the Holy Lan I,
Chiel Justice Warren will meet
with the Prime Minister of Israe
members of the Israel Supreme
Court, and with other government
dignitaries a; a reception given in
his honor on July 9 by the Sebuck-
I en Institute tor Jewish Research,
the Jerusalem library and research
center of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America.
On the day of Ins arrival, the
Chief Justice will be the luncheon
guest of Golda Meir. Israel For-
eign Minister and. on July 9. fol-
lowing the receptiun. he will be
entertained at a dinner by Utuk
Olshan. Chief Justice of l.-rael
During his \i tice will also inept with Israel Pres-
ident Itzhak Ben-Zvi, and in-
to him a pre-pubhcation jel ll
Volumes i through 1 ol i critical
lion oi ::. 1 sfi, hich has
I by Dr
man, pi ,f Talm
Louis Ginzbei >
tmian Jnsl
::. \- \
en their generous support to
those movements winch attempt-
ed to better man- condition and
set him free. wherever he might
be, it was thus with the Zionist
philosophy, which held that the
people of Israel would use their
national genius not only for their
own purposes hut tor the enrich
menl and glory >f tin- entire Mid-
lie Easl l he early leaders ol
the Zionist movement spoke of a
Jewi-h state which would labor
for victories ol the -pint.
That goal l- not out of view.
The Middle East, the birthplace
of civilization and culture, of art
and government, can flower
again The cooperative develop-
ment of great resource.-, the put-
ting a-ide ot the -word and the
taking up of the plowshare, are a
venture lhat would serve the best
f all nati ins and ot the
world
As the President has said.
The Midcle East needs water,
not war; tractors, not tanks,
bread, not bombs. The present
state of affairs does not serve
the best interests of either Is-
rael or the Arab States. From
the cooperation of these two
awakened nationalisms could
come a new age for the Middle
East."
It i- in this >pint of positive
creation and progress that Anier
ican- reaffirm their friendship to
all people in the Middle Last. all.I
reassert their hope that all might
live in peace Our friendship tor
one Slate is not based upon hos- j
tility toward another Katner.
we respect the right of every na
tion to develop according to its
own lights, flying its own flag,
charting its own course And we
believe, as we always have, that
peace can exist and freedom
thrive if men so will it
Seek peace, and pursue it."
commands the psalmist This II
our vision and our responsibility
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Synagogue Council of America I
Affirms Ruling on School Prayer I
Continued from Page l-A
we welcome the deCISMfl ot the
United States Supreme Court.
'This decision is a challenge to
all religiously minded people;
clergy and laymen alike to re-
double their efforts in spiritualiz-
ing the homes of America Re-
ligion becomes meaningful not
only when it is taught in churches
and synagogues but when it is
practiced daily in the homes."
The Synagogue Council ol la I
lea in the national coordinate
agency for the rabbinical and cr I
gregalional associations of t: I
orthodox. Conservative and Rtir.\
Jewish communities conipr nj
Central Conference of Americr.l
Rabbis. RabOinical Assembly. Rs:-|
tunica] Council of America, Unwl
of American Hebrew I
turn-, in ion of Orthodox Jewui
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BENOS AIRES (JTA) Ton
continued to prevail here
jjj Jews i'i Argentina, follow-
ja clash between police and
kh youths guarding a suburban
Jgoeuc from possible atacks by
jStni'tic- hooligans A police in-
tor and one Jewish youth ware
dad in the e*oh*une <>f f*rc.
ke police were watching the
Bh youths from a German-
ic Volkswagen car which is not
lly used by police authorities,
car provoked suspicion on the
of the Jewish guard and was
kfore stopped by the Jewish
th- The youths asked the oc
ints who later turned out to
Mieamen in civilian clothes
lentify themselves As the Jew-
youths demanded that the oc-
ints show their identification
imonts, the latter opened fire.
jr.'lin; one of the .lews The
rish youths returned the fire.
seriously w< undine, a police inspec-
tor.
.Meanwhile, two Argentine
young men were arrested, both
admitting membership in ultra
Bght-wing organizations, both
ted. One, found carrying a
Ivolver, was caught by medical
udents during a demonstration
)ainst anti-Semitism. This man,
-year-old Jorge SteHem Soler,
imitted he was a member of
anti-Semitic Tecuara move-
nt. The ether, 17-year-old
tn Daniel Zverko, was cap
jred after several youths had
roken a window and tossed a
Aolotov cocktail into a Jewish
tore. Zverko was found carry-
a package containing another
slctov cocktail. He admitted
nembership in the extremist
uardia Restauradora Nacional-
ita.
Newish anxiety has grown since
119-year-old Jewish girl, Gracieia
rota, was abducted by hooligans
id subjected to disfigurement by
[swastika cut into her body. While
b< central Argentine Jewish or-
Bnization. DMA. conducted a full
jsiiiess stoppage protesting thai
tack, a second atrocity came to
!>r Carlos Adroguq. Minister of
|)t Interior, declared at a press
Inference here that the govern-*
^nt will respond to the series ol
v.i Semitic atacks "in the most
pious and most effective manner
kssible, lie made that state
tnt following a talk with Al
Dt President Guido. The latter
|c received a report on th-.' oc
111 rentes from the police Chief,
uptain Horacio Knnques Green,
ho hail been accused bj the Jew-
h community and b> man) lead-
Argentine educator-, news
ipers and radio stations of la\it>
probing the antl .Semitic attacks
Sim e Miss Sirota is a student at
pjenos Aires University, Dr. Ad-
-ui said, "I have asked the rec
- of Buenos Aires University.
|j.d the faculties, to contact th-
ine chief for guarantees of se
jiity and order, requesting the
Mice to repress any attack with
(imutn energy."
"The povernment." continued Dr
\drogin '.- read) to take con
;. effi ctiv< and effii ienl mea i
ires. I", my opinion, the events
ii ti product of the pa s onatc
i titude ol small sectors ol our
population which are not system-
itically en- an.zed Bui rep stilion
*4>.>v>n4* ?end immunity, have
iven a character ol gravity to the
vents. The man in the street
hiiiks that there is too much pas
sivitj in repressing such actions.
. give you Ihe most absolute assur-
ance that the government has an
rrevocablc decision to act in the
nosi serious, mosl effective man
ler possible w.ih Ii means at its
lup ,,.
"Natural y, technical difficul-
ties may have at times made
difficult that application of con-
crete measures. But the Fed-
eral police and other Govern-
ment organs have received strict
orders an,-1 I hope that, if there
has been some laxr.ess, this will
be modified in the most effective
way."
Police Chief Green was report-
d rcliablj to base offered his
cs'gnation as a result of the
barges that he has been lax in
allowing up on DAlA's protests
l-Niinst anti-Semitism. The latest
of these protests were filed with
nni at least a week prior to tlu
ittack on .Miss Sirota. and C'apt.
Green reportedlj tailed ,even to
repl> to the Jewish organization's
notification that trouble was mount-
ing.
Green's resignation was report-
d by the government. But it was
made clear here that the Minister
>f the Interior, to whom (apt
ireen Is directly responsible, has
taken over personal jurisdiction of
the entire series of anti-Semitic
developments. Dr. Adrogue's as-
surances were. thus, seen as con
firmation of the report that Cap!
Green's jurisdiction over the anti
Semitic attacks has been taken
.iver by Dr. Adrogue personally
The DAIA is particularly in-
censed ever Capt. Green's state-
ment in which the police chief
accused the Jewish crganiiation
of "faking the law into its own
hands" through last week's oro-
test business stoppage. The stop-
page was widely supported bv
many non-Jewish businesses
which also closed their doors.
In ;.:. i ;>i. letter ti Capt Green
I nbjisbt d .n ;. I major Buenos
Aims newspaper; DAIA stated its
officer.- "ha I read ith pr< found
sui 11 is< ; ..; < \; r< ssi< i attrib-
uting to DATA and t< other Jewish
instil in ior.s an allegaiioi I nat they
an ; 'menaci i ad taxing tne
law Into :htir own hands." Re-
spectiu always of legal norms,
DAIA reject? categorically such
- stressing again that
the DAIA on!; asks for punishment
the cut] rit who have latelj dis-
turb! '.: I iblic opinion,
;. irtit u'.arl; that ol the Jewish
. mmunitj In regard to the
gravit.v ol the latest event, and in
stres this orientation, the
DAIA asked on Jun< 21 for an ur-
interview with the police chief
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1 in the United Slates and Canada.
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Schwartz, spiritual leader of Con
gregation Shaarey Telfllah. Perth
Aniboy, N.J., as chairman r>f the
j national convention of the Rabbi
i meal Council of America.
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concern the continued threats o
the Arab countries to renew full-
scale hostilities, threats escalat-
ed through the stepped-up flow
of modern arms to the Arab coun-
tries, and in particular to Egypt,
supplied by the Soviet Union."
Thi> was followed by a rcM>!utu>n
stressing thai economic develop
merit f the Mi Idle Easl i- retard
ed by increased arm- expenditure -
Continued aid to the region was
ed, but the Government was
asked to take into account "that
i aid should nol contribute la
the militarv build-up of :h">e >taie-
threating tii.' stability of the entir
appreciat n" President Kennedy's Middle East."
peeting ;> this year's convention. '
/- which the President voiced a A resolution deplored the rtft
'peace and prosperity in General Zionism"' and regretted
:.-,, M Idle East." The ZOA urg- thai efforts to unity the two exisl
nment to taki :- ing World Confederations of Gen
.., and stent measures to eral Zionists have tailed In the
WASHINGTON (JTA' Th
(::h annual convention ot the Zlon
- Organization of America con-
cluded here Sunday with resolutions
tailing upon the United states Gov-
ernment "to prtra for the settle-
;. peacefully through direct negotia-
tions."" The resolution voice.! "re-
gret that United states represen-
tatives found it necessary to op-
-. the iv- ilution by
- -mall nations durum the 16 li
Vnited Natijns General Assembly.
. icating direct neg liatio be-
and the Aral' nations
Another resolution noted "with
these end- and thus
nter the mounting dangers to
: the world inherent in
t threat of a new conflagration
, Middle Fast.'"
Resolutions were adopted urg-
-'g continued American economic
i d to Israel and aU} that Arab
political exploitation of the Arab
refugee issue be "squarely faced
r our Government." Another
-eso'u'ion noted "with growing
absence ot an varl> agreement
ZOA said, the Worl i t nfederation
of General Zionists with which it
i- affiliated should convene a world
conference of all General Zionisl
. pgan zations that "are prepared to
associate themselves with this of
fort for units
It was rest Ived that 'any m rl I
union ot General Zionist- must pro-
vide for adequate representation
and participation of the General
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Zionists in Israel, formerl) divided
and now happilj united
Or. Max Nussbaum, of Los An-
geles, veteran Zic.ist leader and
rabbi of Hollywood's Temple Is-
rael, was elected president of
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica at the closing session of the
convention. He succeeds Max
Bressler, of Chicago.
In his acceptance address, Dr
Nussbaum disclosed that, during
the convention, he conierred pr.
vately with President Kenned) at
he White House on Israel Amen
. is Dr Nussbaum said
h was satisfied thai American
nolicy has not changed from the
views enunciated I > Presidenl K< n
r.ed> a; a ZOA c invention in Augusl
I960 He expressed a convii
thai the Presidenl remained devot-
ed to Israi I se< uritj and th
jective <>t Near Eastern peace l>r
Nussbaum stressed American econ
omic assistance to Israel.
Dr. Emanuel Neumann, honorarj
president of the ZO \ and men;!" r
ot the .lewish Agency executive,
told the convention that "Ul
, ur confidence in the present \
ministration has been strained at
certain moments, il ha- not b( i
impaired."
Dr. Neumann said thai "we havi
nothing bul friendship toward the
Administration headed by Presi-
dent Kennedy. Despite some pain
ful disappointments we have exper-
ienced, we do not question his
friendship toward Isr i the
sincerity of hi- desire to carry out
the pledges he made to our

"He speculated that some "dis-
appointments" arose from short-
comings in communication. To
remedy that, he said, "in the past
few days, important contacts
have taken place on a high level,
and there is a prospect that lines
of communication, which have
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ital Administrators.
Yossele Found;
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Officials' Hands
WASHINGTON (JTAi Yos-
sele Schumacher, the Israeli boy
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Friday, July 6. 1962

Argentina's Jews in Protest
Against Anti-Semitic Outburst
Israelite Center religious school recent con-
firmation exercises featured "We Believe" as
theme of the service. Left to right are Rabbi
Morton Malavsky, spiritual leader. David Silk,
Gladys Malavsky, Lorraine Katz. Ellen Weiss.
Steven Kirsner, and Ronald Katz. youth direc-
tor.
Israel's Friends Fear Foreign Policy Change
Continued from Poge 1A
large doses of anti-Israel feelings
tbc Arab world which never has
-e1 ded additional encouragement
.: j way.
The point is. that while, the U.S.
has not turned anti-Israel, its new
"be kind to the Arabs" campaign
bas served to embolden the self-
pointed leader of the Arab Mid-
c lc East Nasser is able to point
U increased U.S.
tacit apprtnal
State Department to all Arab
actions against Israel. And while
this ma) not be factually correct.
V S actions can, and arc. being so
rpre ted.
It should be pointed out that
Nasser's boasts of VA support
.. : unst backdrop of two
Berie Israeli reversals in the
United Nationslast December's
.,:, in the General Assembly
a 16-nation resolution call-
for direct Israel-Arab peace
1. k- and last April's Security
Council censure. The United
States played an active role m both
cases to the elt-iight of the Arabs
and the consternation of Israel
are obviously disturbed by what
they see. For the first time in
several years, Israel has offic-
ially expressed its misgivings
over U.S. Middle Eastern policy.
Within recent weeks. Israeli
Ambassador Avraham Harnian has
-pilled out in detail to Secretary
Dean Rusk his government's con-
cern While, obviously, the de-
tails of their discussion remains a j
a.d a7 evidence closely guarded diplomatic secret.;
on the part of
.belief is that it can serve to neu-
tralize hostile feelings towards
the VS. In this sense. Egypt is
being likened to Yugoslavia.
In pursuing this line, the State
Department has overlooked some
: vital factors. For one thing,
Egypt continues its anti-Ameri-
can radio tiradesto say noth-
ing of its verbal assaults against
Israel. For another, it continues
to purchase large quantities of
its Soviet bloc nation arms,
while claiming at the same time
that it is striving to beef-up its
economy at home.
it is a fairly safe guess that Mar
man raised: 1. the matter of the
UN censure and the Security
Council's failure to make any
mention of Israel- provocation in
connection with its retaliatory ac-
tions; 2. the already-apparent fer-
ment being created by Nasser as
a result of increased U.S. aid.
The fact that Harnian met with
Rusk within a couple of weeks af
ter his return to Washington from
a two-week recall visit to Jet al
em gave acldei urgency ai a .
thenticity of Uw meeting Further- favor.te purchase
more, the m-etinc was held ."
the request of the Israeli amba
ador
The new U.S. policj if more
friendship towards the Arabs
items according to State Depart
nent sources, from what it con-
What is perhaps most disturbing
about the whole affair is the State
Department's willingness to ration-
alize away all contrary evidence.
It acceptsor seems toEgypt's
contention that its arm purchases
arc f'r defensive purposes only.
Bat i doesn't explain how long-
rang' one of Nasser's
an be classi-
fied s "defense." As to the anti
American tirades, and the stepped
up prooneanda blasts against
Israel. Department officials mark
these up to Arab talk." but they
avoid the real crux of the question
which is why Nasser needs to con-
Ccntinued from Page 1*
he had infi rm< sidenl
about 'tlit pro presented 1 s
the DAIA. Green said h< had bIsm
"exposed" to thi Presii ent the
risk n presented by tin m t In
which t;.> Israelite .-. lation
presents things, .< gethci .'.'' the
decision tiny took !c tl justice
in their i w n h^n..- ... meas
ures of for<'
H? was ked if the pe'ice had
reached the conclusion that the
conditions which the Jews were
protesting did in fact exist. He
replied: I have not the slightest
doubt about that since the girl
has the marks of it on her. What
needs determining is in what man-
ner this mark was made." Under
further questioning, he said that
the police had not come 'o any
concisions as to the persons re-
sponsible for the attack on Miss
Sirota.
Ten of Argcntin;.'> mosl impor-
tant daily newsparnr- published a
statement by the DAIA ir< the form
of a paid advertisement, describ-
ing the nasons which ltd the or-
ganization to call on the Jewish
community for the strilu protest
The statement said thai tht brutal
attack on Miss Sirota brought to
a climax violei > | > moted by
I "Nazi terrorism." It pointed out
that the instigators am executors
of the criminal acts remaii free
thus creating conditions for the
worst excess* -
The state roenl r i '< thai th
Governme I had r<;. lii i *ithou1
delay" ti thi MA protest but the
DAIA .i ded that "th< extreme
gravty" of the situatiot "cannot
be solved merely wit) stateme nts
as ;. .i> b< gathered fron the re'
iterated att< mpts al listortioi bj
son.i -i uri > s This was i refer
once to th- broadcasts of twe ra
dio stations which had ughi to
mil.......i m anti-Se mitie olenci
The Argentine Socie'v cf Wri-
! ters issued a statement com-
mentirg on the Government's
publisher :r 'ique jnergetic-
elly conce-r '.-< Hm an-i-Semitic
acts. "It tl tctssary that the
action b r: i. r-i as the words,"
the writers ta'd. The. warned
that "the c'.- :>"! of Argentina
"must kur it beci.ie if the
police con-in..< 't "demonstrate
its ineff icier, the tuation,
it might t: -treisary t: ask mil-
itary ferctf it ta'ne rr-sasures
"against t OTOlt ts :; the Fa-
therlanr
A secor.
S, n., -.].( ti
here' when 1 Hei i d'Ales-
sandro II nig i police
hcadquarti th fi> \ astikas
cai ved > i fere heai and both
clueks M: 'Ali ssanc told po-
lice thai thugs 1 eked i n(
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Page 1! -A
High Court Ban Brings Hot Retort

Mary :
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and civ:; leader E. Albert Pallot (center) is a surprised
hone: -: a birthday party given by members of his
:'A las' Thursday. The event also marked his com-
:: three ysan as chairman of the City of Miami beau-
comrr.ittee. Seen (right) is Mr<=. Esther Poppell. see-
the 3. ; ::e Federal Savings and Loan Assn.. pre-
;ne c: Ins jifts, an abstraction in oils by artist Charles
son
Continued from Page 1-A
'toslyn Heights, in suburban Lone
'gland, said so many abusive calls
had come in during the 48 hours
ifter the decision that the family
'ook their telephone off the hook.
\l-oy uf tbu calls were anti-Sem-
itic. Scores of letters and post-
cards, many of them also anti-
Semitic, arrived regularly in their
mail Roth, father of two teen-age
Children, said he did not belong to
any religious group.
The dec sum was hailed by a
number of Jewish organizations,
many cf them having been In-
volved in the various legal steps
which led to the high court de-
cision The theme of the state-
ments was in line with the argu-
ments developed by opponents of
the prayer. They contended that
the school was no place for a pray-
er and that the task of religious
teaching was one for the home and
the house of worship.
Among the organizations which
hailed the decision were the
Synagogue Council of America,
the New York Board of Rabbis,
the American Jewish Commit-
tee, the American Jewish Con-
gress, the Anti-Defamation Lea-
gue of B'nai B'rith, and the Na-
tional Community Relations Ad-
visory Council.
Nearly half of all I'nit"I States
public schools practice Bible read
big and about 2f)~percent ol the
35,000 school districts in the Uni-
ted States require some ''aching
about religion A flood of court
tests was expected as friends and
foes of such practices in public
schools set about testing the gen
eral impact of the decision.
President Kennedy, the nation's
first Catholic chief executive, de-
clined to state at his regular press
conference whether he personally
agreed with the decision. He said
the important thing at this stage
was to accept all Supreme Court
decisions.
Opinion of some of the lea-i
dailies was split. The New Y<.
Time*, for instance, said that
"nothing could be more divisive in
this country than to minule re-
ligion and government in the sens
live setting of public schools jr I
under circumstances regarded by
minorities as coercive." The Jour-
nal-American, however, called the
decision "a misinterpretation"' of
the Constitution and launched a
campaign for public support of i
constitutional amendment to per
mit non-compulsory prayers in
public schools
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Friday. Jury 6. 1962
Kennedy Lauds Zionist 'Experience'
Continued from I A
this larger and greater adventure
for all of mankind, your energies
are now summoned." President
Kennedy concluded.
Max Bressler. ZOA president,
told the 1.200 delegates from all
parts of the country that "great
dangers threaten important sec
tions of the Jewish people in vari-
ous parts of the world."
"Amidst all of the perils facing
our people. American Jewry itself
is confronted by a great danger
threatening its continuity as a vi-
brant creative Jewish commun
jity," he said in his opening ad-
Idress This menace, he stated.
was "voluntarily assimilation"
rather than anti-Semitism. He ex-
pressed regret that while much
was spent on defense against anti-
Semitism, little was allocated to
combat cultural assimilation and
disintegration. He t >rmed Zionism
"the most vital force in combat-
ting cultural a- im i tion '
"It is incumbent upon those of
us whom fate has < I i.e.! in lea I >r-
THE WEEK... US i SEE II
Continued from Page 4-A
principle For his part, the lib-
eral insists upon a rigid under-
standing of the separation of
church and state doctrine em-
bodied in the First Amendment
Thus each, momentarily at least,
adopts the ideological wardrobe
of the other.
In the final analysis, the de-
cision is part of a larger issue:
that the national Protestant
monopoly has finally begun to
wane, that the minority racial
and religious coalitions of the
vast population centers are the
new legatees of a profound
change in American realpolitik,
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Sunday, July 8, at 1:30 p.m.
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uitn K..'
and Cantor WWIum Lir- >n
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V Seitlin i- survived by hit
Jennie; hii ions, Sam,
Louis, Jack and David; brother,
H rry; and sister, Mr- R<>-c
L> hrman.
Friends anJ Rcbtn r>
Are A\l{rJ t.> ArtrnJ
and that their needs will
the view of things to come during
the years ahead The f;i si
tion "i a Cathi lie Presi lent was
a startling example ol the cl
The increasing amount of litiga-
tion involving public religious
acknowledgements tells us even
more about the Protestant de-
cline, even if in its initial phases.
and hence of the survival mo-
tives underlying the outraged re-
action to tin' Supreme Court
ruling.
If the Kennedy-Lopez Mateos
statement predicts our ultimate
alignment with hemispheric Na-
zism, the Supreme Court ruling
paradox shows the sad willing-
ness of all American- to regard
the Constitution in terms most
favorable to their shifting inclin-
ations.
ship to reject definitions of Zion-
ism being offered by men who deal
with Zionism as though it were a
commodity to be moved from one
shelf to another or to be discarded
M lien, to their way of thinking, it
served its purpose." a clear allu-
sion to crjtics of the Ziorust move,
ment in Israel and America.
He urjed that American Zion-
iits, acting through the ZOA,
carry on Jewish communal tasks
both on national and local levels
and through leadership on Jew-
ish community councils. He
stressed that action was requir-
eJ to avert 'isolation between
the ZOA and other organizations
within the American Jewish com-
munity as well as avoiding a sit-
uation where individual Zionists
have kept themselves integrated,
assuming their share in the bur-
dens."
He ~.*:.i ;t .1 time for the X I \
to assume leadership with a
strong voice In American Jewry,
!o awaken it. to arouse it. to make
,1 sensitive to the perils facing our
, people." He attacked what he
termed the lack of leadership in
'the American Jewish community."
He called for a movement to es-
tablish a central authoritative
Jewish representation in America
I from the gra.-s roots of Jewish
I communities
Other speakers at the Friday
night symposium were Rabbi Max
Nussbaum. of Hollywood. Calif.,
chairman of the National Execu-
tive Council of the ZOA; Jacques
Torczyner. of New York, chairman
of the World Zionist Affairs Com-
| mittee of the ZOA; and Leon Dult-
zin. of Israel, member of the Jew-
I ish Agency Executive and head of
, its Economic Department.
Earlier, at a Thursday evening
session, Secretary of Labor Arthur
(ieldberg told the delegates that
"Israel today illustrates that our
i confidence in its destiny was well-
founded. Throughout the world,
'American assistance, both priva e
and public, is based upon the as-
sumption that a tree and demo-
cratic way of life is what people
want
Quoting President Kennedj as
declaring that 'The Middle East
needs water, not war. tractors, not
tanks; bread, not bombs,' Gold-
berg asserted "Our friendship for
or.e Stau h not based upon hostil
itv toward another Rather, we
respect the right of every natioa^
to develop according to its own^al
lights, flying its own flag, charting
its own course. And we believe,
as we always have, that peace can
exist and freedom thrive if men sa
will it."
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RABBI SAMUtl APRIL
. major blows
Much homage has been paid the
bravery of man the astronaut
explorer, in the latest of his ex-
ploits and explorations in this, the
wealth. Space Age. But for true valor and
apocrypha honest courage, the little reward-
ed, less renowned hero is the man
who also searches, who searches
the soul of man. No great culture
previous to Judaism, including the
classic Greek philosophers, con-
always bnngi loneliness, ceived of this aspect of man or
v bai-m 0f ,|lt, history of mankind. In the
I 'words of Hermann Cohen. ". the
ii th< beauty parlor of the uniqueness and dignity of man and
of the unity of mankind emerge
only from the concept of the one
God who has created man in His
image."
As Jews, we choose to grapple
with the eternal values for man:
we continue to search for man's
purpose. Through our daily lives,
we manifest a laith that encom-
passes reason, teaching the belief
that world history has a goal the Messianic Age of universal jus-
tice and morality
Three major blows have affected the values of man. generally,
and religion, specifically. Sigmund Freud, himself, indicated that
'Copernicus delivered the eosmological blow; Darwin delivered the
biological blow; and psychonalysis delivered the psychological blow."
Theologians have successfully countered the former two attacks,
whereas Freud's devastating punch still stuns with power and ac-
curacy.
We might compare Freud to the twentieth century counterpart of
i Korah. the archetype of all rebels against Moses. Aaron, and the
I authority of the Torah. What of his "Moses as an Egyptian "? "Mono-
theism, as an opiate for the masses"? The Torah as "Totem and Ta-
boo"?
A most provocative theory has been advanced by Dr David Bakan.
who submits that Freud "secularized the Jewish mystical tradition"
embodied in the Zohar. Freud sought to synthesize the intimate psy-
chological features of the Kabbalah with a systematized scientific
j analysis. He served Sabbatian (followers of Sabbatai Zevi, famous
* .D7il73lP D'j^PV^ "^0*? i false Messiah) and Frankist (believers in Jacob Frank as Messiah before
apostasy) interests through the inherent anti-authoritarianism of mys-
ticism, incorporated into his science of analysis.
Korah undermined Moses and
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Cariyle
Orthodox- Racbi Isaac fcver.

ANSHE EMES 2533 SW 1th ave.
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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.
DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd at. Con.
aervative. Rabbi Harold Richttr.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
Friday sir. p.m. Sermon: "Prescript-
ion for Rebellion." Saturday 8:30 a.m.
Sermon: "Weeklj Portion." Bar Mlta-
vah: Alan, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
i'.-krll.iS
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FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51at
pi. Conservative. Hyman Coverman,
president. Cantor Geonga Goldberg.
Friday 6:30 p.m. Saturday S:30 a.m.

FT. LAUDEROALE EMANUEL. 1801
E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton.
Ht -.. I th in forth and
set which :- the r:il way '''-'
. : should shun. R. Elieser said
.A... K. Joshua said, A ba id; R. Jos* said A hud neigh-
bor; R Simeon ; One who DOT-
. and d. not repay; R- Elasar
... d A bad heart. Tliefeupon he
said to them 1 *rr'",e !',f word*
of E:u:u' the sen of Aracfi. rullic r
than your wordi j<" i" his words
yours un included.

Ruhhun Simeon ihe son of Gam- I
lahel. said. By three things is the
Uiorld preserved bv truth, by judg'
Iment. and by peace; as it is said, I
I mdge ye the truth and the judg- j
| ment of Peace in your gates.
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabb. Henry
B. We.mck.
i"ri.iu> VI". p.m. Sisterhood tnemoera
in Bponseir Cmei Shabbat. Saturday
youth er\ i> i 8 a.m.
In precisely the same manner,
Aaron bv accusing them of seeking personal power and authority
when, in reality, the true objection was to the authority of the Torah ; hebrew academy sis 6th at. Or-,
,. ___ thodox. Rabbi A exander Grow. 'xpmpip fmanu.EL, 1701 Wathlna-
and God. The commentaries refer to Korah and his company s com- ( ,ne,ao* _._ I T0TaVe. conservative R.bbi irvinB
[plaints of "ritual fringes," the "red heifer." assignments to princely i hialeah reform Jewish con- Lehrmao. Cantor Hirah Adier
I and priestly positions as a few of his pretexts. I VSSSS.' rSw'i.Su.li.a^'
Any controversy that is on "1 shem shamayim, for the sake of
' God, such as Korah's say our "Ethics of the Fathers," cannot perse- Hollywood temple sinai._ 1201
'vere and be perpetuated. Only a revaluation of Freud's significant
'contribution and reorientation in the proper perspective of a broader.
! more encompassing Judaism will enable man to make use of this
! science as an invaluable tool to help him in search of himself.
Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.

ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louia Cohen.
lii.iav 6:30 p.m Saturdaj 8:30 a.m.
Bar Mltavah: Alfred, son "f Mr and
M. l >avid SchulberE.

KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. |
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrf.eld.
Canter Abraham Seif.
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MIAMI HEBREW CONOREGmT'ON. I
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th at.
Reform. Rabbi Joaeph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
By RABBI SAMUEL J.
\NSLATI0N -
An Old New Synagogue
Jewish community in Italy
^e of the oldest in the world.
community arose after Titus
toyed the Temple in Jerusal-
lian Jewry, which has been
thousands of years, influenc-
ie cultural life of the Ital-
and was also influenced by
In particular, they were in-
red by Italian art.
it a hundred years ago, Jews
the small towns began to
to the larg cities. Others
hited to America. Entire
i communities left the place
eir synagogues In the small
n towns, there are dozens of
ltd syi real his-
ind artistic value
lited by Brit Ivrit Olamit)
Why is it necessary to uie wine
when reciting the KitWtrth on
the Sabbath?
Some claim that the presence ot
wine indicates a spirit of happiness.
We thus recite the Kuldush over
the wine to indicate that we are
-I doing this with a feeling of joy.
I Basically, the wine which is used
I in reciting the Kuldush is related
i to the meal. The presence of the
, wine indicates that the meal is an
I especially festive occasion. On the
Sabbath, one should make every-
thing he does appear to be import-
ant of greater significance than
that which he does every day of the
week. The appearance of the wine
makes the Sabbath meal different
than the meals of the week days.
n .11 i::u. M ." ...
This race is Prepared in co-
Operation usth the Spi'itual Lead-
ers (j :'.e Greater Miami Rabbin-
cal Assn.
HABBI MAX A. IIPSCHITZ
Coordinator
Contributor:
BAEBI SOLOMON SCHlrF
Gems of Wisdom
1101 SW 12th ave. Modern Tradi-
tional. RabW MaJf Shapiro. Cantor
Fred Bernstein.
I Frldaj 6:43 p.ID. Saturdaj 15 a.m
s-. Tiii.i. "Indt-pendrnce Paj
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MINYONAIRE9. 3737 Bird rd. Modern
Traditional.
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OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr.
Orthcdox Rabbi Phineas Weberman.
TEMPLE JUDfc. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet.
FVIdnj 8:1! p '" Cantor 11. lii.-hard
Brown i" chant first aervlce .is can-
tor .f th. Temple. Quest ipeaker:
\ Spiegel, associate director,
Florida office, Antl-Defamatlon I^a-
gue of B'nal B'rlth, Topic: "The la-
aues We Paci Concern ot th< aim."
.....g Shabbat to aponeored by
members of il)' Staterhood.
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TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
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TEMPLE NER TAMIL). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Samuel Gomberg.
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TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform.
Pi Ida' :15 p.n al aplrttunl lead -
.r Rabbi Abraham Kranta, "f Tem-
ple Emanuel, Oreensburtf, Pa. Ber-
mon: "A Jev* Purauea Ood."
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan
Zw.tman. Cantor Albert Glantx.
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins ave. Cantor S. Nachmiaa. I

SOUTHWEST'CENTER. 6438 SW 8th TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
t. Conservative. R a b b Maurice Flam.nejo Way. Conaervat.ve. Rabbi
at.
Klein.
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TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025
NE 183rd at., Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor Abra-
ham Reiaman.
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TEMPLE BETH AM. 550 N. Kendall
dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantp- Charlee
Kodner.
the wayfarers who would usually
cat in the synagogue where they
stopped for the Sabbath during
their travels Having no home to
come to for the Sabbath the Kid- gET*Wj- JBtiert .j*e. j^
dush was made for their sake, since memberi of ih> onatreadtlon partlcl-
The Kiddush is also considered to I they remained in the synagogue '""
be a form of a toast and man thus j and had their meal there Since TEMPLE beth el of holly
toasts the Sabbath as he would toast j lhe custom was one adopted it was wood^jssi ^u .. Reform
a most important guest who amv-. never discontinued even when the pvidar t:tt PJB.
ed to be with him at his table. practice of having wayfarers eat *J BEth~;*h7rah.
the synagogue became obsolete. At
Why it wine used in the synagogue I least "it reminds one of the need to
on Friday night when the Kid- be hospitable to waylarers.
dosh is recited by the Cantor There are some who claim that
from the altar? and Kiddush was recited in the
Not all areas observe the custom synagogue so that the children who
ol reciting the Kiddush over the might be present at the tinu
. on Friday night in the syna- Fridaj nighl would com, Forward
, Most claim that it was on- ^nd drmk from the goblet contain-
ginallj instituted for the s^kt (d iBfl the wine.
Leo Heim.
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TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zametra ava.
Conservative. Seymour Hinkea, can-
tor.
SW 17th st.
Alfred Waa-
TEMPLE ZION. 5720
Conservative. Rabbi
man.

YEHUCAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conaervative. Rabbi Sheldon
Ste.nmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu.
FYlday S:15 p.m. Sermon: "Indepen-
denceReligious and Otherwlae." Sa t -
urdaj 9 a.m Bar Mlttvah: Jeffrey,
-. n of Mr .inI M.s Raymond Scheer.

YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 at.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
Sunlland
Ha.I, 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
atructionist. Rati.i Morris Skop.
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative
Rabbi Samuel Mendelowita.
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TEMPLE BETH SKO'.OM 4144 Chase
ave. Liberal. Ri'.n Leon Kronieh
Cantor David Conviser.
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Friday. July s igg
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
How Shakespeare Gave the Notorious Shy lock Tale a Twist
|' WAS listening the- other night t<
the broadcast of the "Merchant
f Venice."" It took the plan 11
Maverick."" but it has no horses,
l "Maverick, they fight over a
iece of land, or a lot of cowboy:
ght over a lot of cows, which
ave a lot of meat, but Shylock
jst wants a piece of meat.
s>o wnai is so bad about a man wanting a piti*
of meat? But in this case. Shylock. the .lew. wants
"dafke" a piece of Christian meat. A pound of it.
Why should a Jew want a piece cf meat thafs net
kosher? But as Shakespeare says, "that's the ques-
tion."
Really, why does he? They offer Shylock ten
times the amount of money, but Ik savs do. Just ..
Book Review Editor Hilary Mindlin
if on vacation this week.
i in of meat that's not kosher and of which then
:c r< he can not make a pastrami, .lews can oniy
>;it meat of animals which chew the cud and havt
split hoofs and no human beir.g has split hoot-- < i
if he has. he doesn't chew the cud and as for the
blood of a human being, the Old Testament is so
..!! of the quality of mercy that it even forbids
.'(us eating the blood of animals.
Many scholars have wondered where Shaki
spean got the story. They have found more than
a dozen different versions of the pound of fleh story
in various languages and only oru ol them mentions
any .lew
Capitol Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
U.S. Pro-Israel Moves Made on the Quiet
Washing*
LJAS THE Administration re...;.
en rked on a "one-sided" pur-1
- An i :( ndship at Israel's
-i Congn ssmen have criti-
:; co-sponsorship of
a United Ni ition censur-
ing I- a reprisal raid. At-
tacks ade on current I
V sser 11 mi astly incr as
Executive Depai
slation pi thi Pr<
isci narj power to si I Vrab s1
scrii .;i-i Jev ;mi Ami ricans
thi reaction of the Israel Government
I as less concerns : :h;,r. that of -
: Jewish leaders That is beci ise
n a'- have more facts on which
ective evaluation, accordii high Ad-
il sources
The Administration sees itself m the situati
Maimonides, dispensing ,. h
tythe anonymous variety. It cannot
various pro-Israel and pro-Ji ish i
United Nations Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON
Commies Want Trouble
United Nations
IT IS NO secret that the Soviet Union
Union wants hostilities and confl
to continue unabated in various pan- <:
the world, the Middle East included. -(
that it can fish in troubled waters. But
it is not often that the skilled bailers ol
the Kremlin let their hand show Now
an instance has come to light here of a
Soviet effort to ijiiash an Arab-Israeli pacifying move be
fore it has even been made. Diplomats here, who nor-
mally respect the Kremlins craftsmanship, even in pur-
suits considered evil, are frankly amazed at Russia's
gaucherie in this case.
The issue concerns the special mission undertaken
to the Middle East by Dr. Joseph E. Johnson, the Palestine
Conciliation Commissions envoy, charged with trving to
find some way out of the Arab-Israeli impasse with re-
gard to the Arab refugee problem. Dr. Johnson went this
spring to the Mi.ldle East capitals to engage in a second
lound of talks with the leaders ol the governments con'
ecrnedIsrael. Egypt. Jordan. Lebanon and Svria He
had been there .n August of 1961. and got now:here. I:
erder to keep the door to negotiations open, he had tiled
a report with the last General Assembly, expressing vaguc-
hopes of possible "step by step" solutions of the touch-.
problem in the indeterminate future. When he came back
agi hi assumed agaii mildly hopeful
; -".ire.
Now. loi Dr Johi ... drafted
e du<
.. .

'r our State 1 i ,,. ,sn ,
' N Til ;
g to .nfluence the At
. ions
The last phn kward lii
' diplomat hen
, that the Assembly had ord.
.
V thai
<
f any Aral ncessior
:. ^rab attacks thi \ .
... hostility
President Kei edy pers nail; inti
KJ v iring the latl W si
Presidenl I Id how the anti-J
, Sau s an Ami nestic n
that il nnati ... section
. '.:> It ist a I n en
-- linked with Israi.
nerel
their religion, in in K nedy's iev
Kins S i reportedlj ei thi Presi m I
ei ih is believed I iscussing thi
in<: Faisal Ai rei tlj
ti f a sal Saudi Arabia is rigi ; Mi-Jewish i .
, remain so. But. if this authoritative
rrect, ai leasl S idi-Ai ib n li
ai fir-: hand ol the Pn enl

Ir. another case, Wash zl i letly interci
get an Arab state to lo< i after Israeli gt
move? cannot be published when they
licitj would be counter-pi ve. Arabs in-
negotiate ki I
. i dsement. Approaches, e\ ..
I ". would collapse
Ami plomacj in Aral Hals noul I
ere su I that Wash
. Israeli or .:- inti n '-
Thi Administration has or < red the Commi
i not to pul iminatoo Ai
Application ol the An shipping boycott I
i aspei nt the Sui plus Commodit} Li
P.L MO was eased by Washing! action '.;
proaches were made to a number of Arab -
on anti-Jewish restrictions, Egypt gave assurances
recently that it would respect the rights ol Ami i
Jewish tourists Cairo, of course, is eager for tour-
ist dollar-, as well as huge new American loans
The Administration claims n has no alternative
in the I'N resolution condemning Israel for tin
Lake Tiberias reprisal raid. A point i> made thai
thi British co-sponsors wanted to go even further
against Israel but were dissuaded.
Whether every US. policy in the Near East Is
wise, or in America's own national interest. i> de-
bated. Even some Administration Senators have
openly dissented, calling for a more courageous and
vigorous stand against Arab bias affecting Ameri-
cans. But it a fair judgment is to be made oi
whether a "one-sided" pro-Arab, anti Israel policv
has indeed emerged, both sides of the Washington
case must be considered.
Between You and Me:
BORIS SMOLAR
Tit << that mentions a Jew printe
]- years before Shakespeare wrttt th< Men
Venice. Tin story appears in a biography Pm
>.\t..s bj an Italian. Gregorio Leti.
\\i art told there that or.i clay a Roma mer-
',- a hi had a cargo insured :.\ a Jew be amc
about the ship carrying his merchar
Don't worry." says the Jew, "] am sur ;t iS
t lost
I'll wager you a pound of y< i fiesta that il is
i st," replies the Roman.
>: ihej make a wager and it turns out I i the
. .rgi .s lost and the Roman i- -t lied to a
of t e Jew's fl< sh
atter finally comes ti '< Pope
, i thai Roman is entitli i tc his p |
- but as the Roman gets rt;i > to cut, th
' it he cuts j gi. e or le than
(ff goes his head.
Si I Ji w s saved, and thi onl) way
of tlc-h is bj c : down i Ins
What did S pean i de
to suit his pi sai
thi plaj t ri( hi
: Shaki ijrns tl
a the Jew wai t I lake th
thi Gentile ,sy oi
' ar Ith -:.!:
none of them at :r. tn I
s as Ji itti
0'? th teco'd:
E, NATHAN Z!PP!N
Purpose of 'Dialogue'
THERE
! ;tiht\
i
IS NO
: :
tween ,
;

... .
mil

It i
n
the r latl n : d
: the ''. intrn -J
a
'I ; '
I I

- such confr U
tuati ,..
v ..... elimu i
ebate ;n society. t *
gelj an negligi I fai tors .
' mic or relig Ben-Gun >r. J
of the \n
n will not ceasi an suit ol
... .'< rusalem. Ni i .- it likely tn
his pi tsimistii r k on the I i -|
living ;n thi l ;
act ol Aing i ationalism
ment on both issui n suit : his
"' iai inaccurate i judgment of tnd
' history, one which will not li L
h) debate by dialogue or bj confrontation with serious opl
position but h> realization ol err,.! both m the marshaling
o! tin historic (nets and their interpretation. We n
ni wa> if knowing on what basis lh< Premier pre ateiL
his prediction ol Jewish group assimilation when th i >|
becomes a unitarj society In ten oi fifteen years vr"
o,' cours. i- then a way of knowinj what the political
fabric of tb. US will be in a decad< or two in this <|
of fantastical!} revolutionary chai :
American Jewish Congress president, Dr. foachnol
Prinz. saio thi purpose of the dialogui was to ItssipatM
mutual misconceptions between the twi Jewries and toj
establish "the real image of American Jewry. H"
ever' -: much easier to destroj fals< imag I
^J-f" oi '' si real, or true imi g
Hopes for Achievement Rest With Pope John
DRIVATE INFORMATION from
\ atican c ircles that
te anti-
li i ish i ces froi
tion by the i
linedan
si rious disi jssion S i<
mitted in
Imann and La el Kat; :, of ,
Conference of Jewish Oi
American Jewi
:- in el |
last oni ai d th fii al d
comn
ush req ,
"...
' <
vli
tself i
1
: .:'
dominant role a I the Bcumi
' can be i which side
.- Hen
i vem tl
" the elimii
n re
in thi


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NOT'CE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
n '.% ^i. -11 thai I have
1 1 Petition for
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nottc? v publication
in the circuit court of the
el2v = ntm judicial circuit of
florida in ano for dade
county in chancery.
No arc J4
MYliVIA '. >\" I W I'llAVV R AWTOKl'C
I IVfei 1
SUIT FOR OIVORCE
Ti> .WTHAWH ANTONVfCI
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V .v. \r 11 R \ mu< 1. ire
i that 1 I'-Ill >t' r..m-
hai been riled
1 j ...| ire .|iire.i 1..
... tl i .it Ana* ai >r Plead-
ing to 9 1 Complain! .11 the
n 1 -. M'KINKLE ft
KKss!.''" 1 .. ,| itulldln M
PI o...... 1
idlng in tha .ill.....:
h 'Ircult Couri on ir
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n 1 *..in -
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.'. K)MK A N 1 ''
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1 :i:v v.n clerk,
1 1 .. l-i.....in
II1 '' II I.AXW.VY,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Null. 1: is HKRKBY HIVKN thai
Hi. undersigned, desiring lo engage
in business under the fictitious nun.
id RKSTACRANT PI'BRTU SA.'.IA
ii :.....' illii \\ enue, Miami Bead
1' la. Intend t.. n glsti sa name
'I. In ("i. rk ..f the 'in mi 1 '..in t
id 1 >a.i. County, Florida
ItlCARlH) I'ARI Ml
Sole iini-i
KI--I.KI: .-. CARS
At ton e)n Vppllcant
::< > w : -t si.....1
Mia 1111, Plorhla
each IVei onsecul i\. u ., -
111 THK JKWISH I l.iiltll'IA.N
I'n.N'K an'ii iR|iKREIi 111 m ... i:i..-i: i i;r. K 1:1:. i:\.
. tin- .'Ttli da) o( .Inm \|i A NORMAN DRI'CKKR
IM! ii. Kxei itii\
!: B I.!-: VTHKRM \\. flerk, "'" '" l:'' '
|'i'. ill Co I i.i.l.- 1 ..nut \ Hlotida Miami 1-...1 I .1
'-I' B) K M I.VMv.v
Deput) Clerk ------


IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 55253-A
IN KK Kstale ..f
\l VRY i: Ii iIIN'si IN'.
1 -J, :".
t ;. 1:1
-
I lei
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
S( 'TICK is HKRKBY HIVKN thai
!*- undersigned, desiring to engngi
in business indei the fictitious nano
.1 SHANNON PARK SKHVICK STA
ii' >N .11 : 1 N \\ JJnd M. n i. Ml-
.mil. I-1.-1 nl.1 Intend to reglstel said
name iv itli the I iei k ol tn< Cgn II
1 '.'in 1 I 1 I.- 1 '..iinn Plorlda.
1AI I. Mil.l.Kl:
HOW \i:i- 11 TRKRY
Attoi tie) for 1 i\i n.-r
m N 1: > Ird Street
Miami Shores, l-1..ri.l 1
: ; ii, 13
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
!' All 1" .1 tin and All P. rsons Ha\
in- 1 'I .1111- ..1 I innnds Agii nsi .-.
i-:-t.1 ti
'1 are hereli) notified .m.i 1. -
inir. I :.. present an) claims and de-
ma .1- in. h v ..11 ma) h.iv .1^11111-1
Hi. estati ol MART E JOHNSON
I. used lat. ..1 I -ail. 1 'ount) I-......la,
IO III. I '..111,1 l I 1.It. ... ,.f I I;,,I.
i>. and file the ime in duplicat. and
a- provided in Section 733.16, Plorlda
lea, In theli offices in the 1 Vnn-
I) rl 110 -. in I lade 1 'ount) I
Ida. uiiliin -i\ i-alandar months from
the time id thi n -1 publics I on hi
th. -am. iil he barred,
NOTICE UNDER FiCTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HKRKH1 HIVES I It
ndersig ned, desiring I eng
in 1. isim -- nil.I. r the I
of SAMS REKRKiKRATION
1 ...In 1 Vsenue, Mi.in- ii. .1 PI irida
ii*. nd to 1 L'l-t. t said nam.
Hi.- Cli rk ..f Hi. 1 "i nil 1 in
1 in.1. 1'..nut 1. Plorlda
PALi I, INC.
\l TER B LKROWITZ, Egqu
Attorne) t'..i Palco, In.
;... I I.-- Street, Miami Beai h PI 11 1
I ...-.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COL =r
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTv.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO 56181-C
In RE Estati :
ELSIE i: I'TA!..
I.....ised
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
. ii th. -am. Mill'be barred".' T" A" Creditors and All Pen -
Dated al Miami. Plorlda, this 27th H"A"S '"'""" '"' remands A(
da) J in. v 11 IMS wil I-:-'''
IKoRiilA MAE MAIHiE i'ou an hereb) notified and riu
\- 1'\... i- is present an) claims and di
Plrsi i.nl.li. iii..n .,t iiii. n. -i..... which you maj hav> nn.un.-t
NOTICE is HKHKHY hivkn that 1 theSIKhdax .rfjune W> ........ ElJilE E ITAL i-
indn-ii-ii.-.i. ii.siiuijj to engage .-|..\i'|ii: m BARNES '' ''"'' '"ounty, plorlda, to
Mi. in, 1',., BxeciilrU nl> Judes ol Dad Count) u I
:i..'.-,i. ,,:. 1 |<|,|K Irile the same In thi r offices la
h .,., .,|Count) Courthouse In Dade po
. ^________" Plorlda, ithm >i\ calendar m
'from tli. .Iiii. "I lh. fir-t l.jI.Ii.
in the circuit court of the hereof, or ih. same ^ n i" barred
nth CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE HARRY M ROSEN Executor
the undersigned, desiring t
111 business uml.-i the ti.-tit|.>u- nun
..f PAN AMERICAN rLHTRINII II
lii- N Miami Avenue Miami Plorlda,
int.-ii.I t.. regrlster ."iiiil nam. with the
Clerk of ih. lir.iiit Court ..t I'.i.i.
1'..not \. Klorida
I'.KKNAKM P1HHMAN
I'lNIK MAJRRl '\VI'"Z
Sole i\\ a. 1 -
HKXIII X11IIT1 iN
Attoraiej for Applicants
line Bisqu n.- Kiiil.ilini
Miami. Mm iiln
: H gf : I 13
COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY ORR I.A/.AK
Attoi iieya for Baecutor
lT Lincoln Road
.Miami Beach, Pl.rida
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 57
IN RE Eats.....I
CASE NO 62C 6S70
i'I.ARA liAH.'l \.
I'lailltifr
VN
I HI ST AN A IJARCIA,
11. -fen.hmt
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
T< IHISTA.V \ .; \|{i-| \
HI W. si .; Street
N'.w Y.>rK 1 it\ NY
Y'|| TRISTAN v IJARCIA. 64 West
'' Street, N'.w Fork <"itv. N Y. an
THKI.MA ANUKKSON THOMPSON ''""'' : 1"" aiiaw. 1 to lh.
I,.,,. ,w,.,i comulalni foi divorce, with lh. Clerk
"NOTICE TO CREDITORS ,".^,V" '''',."' "' ', ''"|,v
Po All Creditor, ami All Person. Hav i"""" "',': '' "" >;'": '-':
ina Claims ..1 Demands Agalns. s.u.i X, l\......3f!t*" M N1
,. 3lfl V \...... Mi .in I i.ir|i|:i
"So' 1. no in........r.-tuir-1 ': ;' '!'h '"
.1 .. .: and de- ?'"' "...... ": "'" '" ,Hkpn """
!' T(V..,'V,\ '"v,,;;:^ Hated thi, .1.....,....... -.
I 111,1.MA AM. .1 ..-UN ,, rv, ,.:i.M
leceased late ol Ha) .......
..1 '.. t) North Carolina, t.. thi
> ..t I lade 1 '..uiit>. and
6 -':'. 2.'
n
ii.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY QIVEN that
thi undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under ttn fictitious name '
ElKJEYVATER I'.I"II.P1Ni; at 2213
Blscayue Boulevard, Miami l< P!..r-
i.l. Intends raglstel said name wi-.n
hi Clerk ..i ih. Clrcull Court >t
1 iad< 1". nut >. Plorlda
21S BISCAVNE COMPANY
.., Pis 1 "oru 1 s ile ivi ner
WIN" 1 }: .>. :i:i:i:n i- iki.p
Attoi 11. \ r..r Applicant
ni" Lincoln Road
Miami Beai h, I- la.
/15-2-M T 1
el. 11
1 IHII v
. --
- 1 .- i!d Build
I 11-22
.. -----......I,.,,
thy
5- r th"
'Vm'm1' H,'":" k
' "< Ta inofi
i.; 1 i-22-29, : i
IN TeB COUNTY JUOGES COURT
IN ANO FOR DAOE COUNTY,
Fi_ORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 54ti-C
tN il il '
\ I-: DAILEY.
------------I
NOTICE TO CREOITORS
Po A tor4 and All Persons il n
n ni., l> riii I- Kg nlKt Sal.I
K-i il
-i ire I itlfled in.I requir-
ed in pi iny cl urn- and dem inda
h i\ i iin-t Ho- es-
tate if Pati 11 1: I' ille) dei eased
Dade 'ounty, PlorMa, to Hie
; ..1 1.. 1' 11 r 11 >. and
1 -.ii ,... .ml as pro-
vided 16. Plorlda st.it-
,-... in tl ffic.es in tin- Coont)
nty, Plorlda,
m itlim 'in the
. :. 1 ... it ton hereof,
. 1
1 it V1 .. PI 11 I 1. this 7th
\ 11 IM!
PRANK I PURNBR
I alatrato
if rhls nol
1 if J
-
1 ". 1 1 v
j t
Hi hi sun in their offk In th.
'ount) Co irthouse In Dude i.'ounty.
......I., ivlthln -i.\ ..I I. n.l.ii in..nth-
front the .lit. of the Hi-1 putdlcai.....
her...... "i llH same ill In barred
liai.i .11 VVaynesvllle, North Caro-
lina, this l-i da v ..f M ly, 1962
l 'LORES THOMPSON WEI F< RO
A- Ancill 11) Execul 11\
Rl n:i:i: r Si 'OTT KAI'r M VN
\ltoriie) r..r iv.lin.s Thompson
Medfotd, Ancillar) Bxecutrlx
11- Mnsle) Buldlng
din mi ''-'. l-'ln
VI -' J I
III c
vi ;:.< \m
Ell
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY HIVEN that
1 Ii.- undersigned, deglrlng lo engage in
business 1111.lei the fldlltlous name >>f
HI-:.NI.E|.: AI'VEKTISINi; CO., at
Iiln N.K 163rd Street, Miami. Flor-
ida intends t.i reaistei said num.- with
the Clerk of the Clrcull Couri ol Dade
Count v. PI01 Ida
MKI> l-KAI. I'lfARMAl El'lli M.S.
INC., 1 Plorlda corporation
II) ll.im I! Diamond, Pr< sldenl
QEOROE III I.BERT
Attorney for Med-I -Kal
i'h.11 in.1...inicala, Inc.
n l..-22-2t, 7 *
NOTICE UNDER F.CTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY iJIVE.N lhat
thi mi.!. 1 nig ii. d. .1. -11 ni. ngngi
In 1.11-ine-- 11.1.-. -1 ftctltioiis nanii
of IMPERI VI. S VI.ES CO at 3 N.E
' .tli sii. 1 Mian : 1 lorldn Int. nd t.
reglstei aald nans with 1 hi "U rk of
th. 1 'ii. 11 '..in t ..t 1 lad. 1 'ount) .
Plorlda
MIKE MITNIK
Kl.l.H iT'l" SPRI N':
- a 1:. 1 -
... : 1 |3
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO 49327
IN RK
ill" VRI'IANSHIP OF
VHKI.E N VN'i'V I.IKBERM \N
A Mi......
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR TRANSFER OF
I.N I >s VNli FINAL DISCHARGE
N..11. 1- hereb) given that i ha\-
rl'i .1 m) i- i it i'.ii foi Transfei ol 1
.m.i 1 11..I 1 s. hai gi .1-' iuardlan if
ih. mm..1 child, Adele Nan. > Lieber-
in.in. and 1l1.1t ..11 th. 20th day if
191 will appl) t.. tin- Son -
.ii.l. Count) Judges of Ihide I'-nin-
Plorlda for apnrnv .1 of sa I
notice UNDER fictitious !,,.,i I:.... t .,.,.1 Transfer of Funds.
namf law .- 1 Mia rd Ian ol th. minor child, Adi
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai Nag 1 LieWrman
Hi. undersigned desiring to engaga I'ai.-.l this I'.tli da) .'( Tuna,
in i.n flc'ltloii. '.. nam> MILTON A. I- 'KIEl 'M VN.
\\ v v 1 .\\ 11 ii. ECOV-o-WASH hi Petitioner
X IV 2nd Vvenui Intend* tori ^n Ahwh?) Building
'-I-. said name aih th. I'l-tK ..' thi Miami i!2. Florida
Circuit Court ..( Dado County, Flor- MILTON A I-KIKHMan
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY tllVEN that
the iin.i. I'siL-ne.i. Bealrlag to ei gam In
business tinder the flctltlou* nam. ..I
TRVI.HN OKI.IVERY SKIH'H'l' at
--.I >lieridii n Avenue, Miami BeaOh,
Florida inteii'l to r.-uisl.l -ai.l mime
,ntli iiie Clerk u( the Circuit Comrt ..f
bade 1 .inn). Elm Ida
HAI. HOKuWir/.
ROBERT l-EITIM-MAN
partnera
K'iisI. nl,.nini. M.-iniliel-. 1 iii|iiiinn
.v Epstein
Vttorneya 1 Vpplli ant*
6 IS-21 -".. 7 6
Ida
V |i' vr|.M \ v, ,k-
BE VTRICE TERM VNOK
v Ri iN< '\'i 1 "/. SI' \ i'ii a s. -111:1:
Vttm .. f- r > .' urn.
;"" '......lolldll
Mian il Plorlda
I ti 29 7 :. IS
NOTIC F UNDFR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Vi.ti.'k is HKRi-'BV iJIVKN lha
1 ndi -11-11. .' d*-si 1..... 1
-i- -- iin.i. r thi
..' l-'l'K Mi -i 1 Rl I'H VlnaV v R"lti
Nfi. I i"... Ida Inland 1..... m
"i'ii the Clerk oi th. Clrcull
Couri ..( ivi.i,. Cnunti '" .
Pi iRERT III: MAN
Mll.Ti'V PERM VN
IQAN v niLMER
HFRBKRT SCHWEITZER
EVKI.TN CLARK
Partners
7 1.13.20
Vttorne) for luiii-dianshin
I 111! Alnsle; Building
Miami 32, Plorlda
s N-ta ^
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE l> lli:i:ii:v :i\i: V lh it
in. underaftgmed, desiring t.> eggraga
in business iin.i. 1 the fictitious 1
of PLANTATION RESTAI'RANT it
Hi Ickell A\ enue, Miami, Flo
intends t>. i.itist.i sn.i num.. n
Hi. Cl< rl> of the Circuit i'i.iii t ..f 11. 1
1 '..nut v. Florida
HOLIDAY INN 1 H MIAMI
REST VI'RANT I'ORP
B) .11:1:1 'Mi: II KINKI.H,
I':, -i.l. nl
VVEINKLE Kl'-si 11:
Attorneys for Hnlhte) inn of
M111111 K.sta 111.1 lit 1
mi Seybold Building
6 2s7/6 m 29


Page 16-A
Jewish Fk>rMinn
Friday. July S. !9J
Israel Law of^R^riTFaiisConvictecl Spy Soblen
By Special Report
What about Israel's Law of Re-
turn for all Jews who seek entry
into the Jewish State? In the case
oi Dr. Robert A. Soblen, psychia-
trist convicted in the United States
ol Communist espionage, it was
declared null and void.
Moshe Haim Shapiro. Israel's
Minister of the Interior, signed Dr.
Soblen's deportation order Friday,
after conferring with Prime Minis
ter David Ben-Gurion. but imple-
mentation of the order was deferred
until after the Sabbath.
Time' Charged
With Misquote
Continued from Page 1-A
ly, we find that only Time Maga-
xine attributed this quote to him,
which he, in fact, never made.
On the contrary, for years, he has
stated that Jews outside of Israel
owe political allegiance to their
countries of residence only.
"For example, in a statement in
1950. and reiterated in 1961, the
Prime Minister sai.i: To my mind,
the position is perfectly clear. The
Jews of the United States, as a com-
munity and as individuals, have
only one political attachment and
that is to the United State- of
America They owe uo political
allegiance to Israel."
'During the dialogue, there was
no dispute but rather great similar-
ity in outlook between .Mr. Ben-
Gurion, who was speaking solely
on his own behalf, and Rabbi Prinz
Dr. Joachim Prinz is president ol
American ,ieish CongressEd.'
Ben-Gurion said at the opening
speei h
I entirely agree with what Dr,
Prinz said that America is quite
lifferent from Europe and the posi-
tion I Jews in America is different
from the position of Jews in Europe
I cannot go as far as Dr
Prinz, but there is ,i great deal ol
truth thai America i- a nation ofj
groups, while in Europe there arc
nations with long histories Of their
national culture and there is a
ureat deal of truth that there
ire groups (in the U S A.) but
I doubt whether this is a permanent
situation,
" Sometimes they call it plural-
ism, but it seems to me that
America is becoming a nation
just like the regular nations. I
do't know how long it will take,
whether 10 years or 50 years, but
in time America will be a unitary
nation just as any other. I don't
mean this must effect the position
of Jews in America'."
"The speech was tape-recorded
and is available to your represen-
tative here. In this light I would
appreciate my cable being printed
in full."
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24-Year Hebrew-English
Calendar. 82 pages. All
dates and Hebrew equiva-
lent* and days of the week,
fit. mo to Sept. 1964.
Important Jewish holiday
to 1970.
For free copy write to H. J.
Heini Company, Dept. J2,
JPiUeburga 30, Pennsylvania,
Or. Soblen was informed Sat-
urday night that he would be de
ported early Sunday morning.
Israeli authorities explained Ihey
were determined to send Dr. Sob-
len out of the country "to dissuade
other Jews, convicts or criminals
from considering Israel as a
place of shelter from justice."
Thus, the Law of Return, perhaps
for the first time, received Official
interpretation in the negative since
Israel's establishment The law is
written into Israel's declaration of
independence.
Meanwhile. Dr. Soblen, after be-
ing placed aboard an El Al airliner
bound for Athens, tried to commit
suicide on the plane en route to
New York, and was placed in a
hospital in London Sunday, after
the plane landed there He was
nabbed by five American agents of
the Federal Bureau of Investor
lion as soon as the plane arrived
in Athens. Aboard the El Al liner.
he tried to slash his wrists with a
razor blade and stab himself with
a steak knite.
Dr Soblen, who disappeared
from New York on the eve ol h>~
scheduled surrender to Mart a lite
sentence for spying f"r ,ho Sovie<
Union, was discovered last week in
.. small hotel in Tel Aviv a tew
..ours alter his landing in Israel,
ile was immediately arrested on
charges that he entered the coun-
ry on false documents.
Officials in Tel Aviv said he ar-
rived with the Canadian passport
of his late brother. Bmch Gobel.
II took the room in the hotel
under his brothers name. When
he was asked by the police to pro-
duce his passport, he claimed he
had lost it on the way from I.ydda
airport to the hotel
The United States EmbMiy "
Tel Aviv noted that while a Unit-
d States-Israel extradition agree-
ment has been signed, it has no*
yet been ratified by Israel's Kns- |
set and the U.S. Congress. Em-
bassy officials said they would
nevertheless ask for Dr. Soblen's
extraditon.
In Washington, the State Depart
nient officially announced thai the
U.S. Department of Justice request-
ed the Secretary of State to seek
through diplomatic channels the
return ol the convicted spy.
Spiriting him back to the US
were Chief Marshal James J P.
McShane. flown especially to Israel
for the guard job. and an Israel.
army surgeon The party travele.'
in a curtained-off forward section
ol the jet. As the plane flew over
Europe. Soblen asked for a blank
et. under which he sla-un ar.i,
stabbed himself. The suicide j-J
tempt was discovered when blow
began seeping through th, blanket j
In jumping bail. Soblen forfeit^]
$100,000 in bond. He is sail t0 ^j
dying of leukemia. His suicide at.1
tempt has apparently beer, foiled.!
Although in serious condition, \A
was listed as out of danger by Loq.1
don hospital authorities, and *-A
expected to re.sume his trip bacJcf
to New York later to begin his Ii;,|
term.
Technion Leader Posses Away
NEW YORK (JTA)-Fur,enl|
services were held here this ueekl
:or Erwin S. Wolfson, a leadinj
milder of many of Manhattan*
ky-crapers. and prominent .Wisi
communal leader, who died at the
Ige of 60. Wolfson was a member
if the international board ol (M
rnors of the Technion Israel hi
.titute ef Technology in Haifa md
\as vice president of the American
'echnion Society.
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.T". U
n
j
fAe Ci/i
ovnan s
"WorU
by ISABEL GROVE
Lovely SarHy De Leon will bo the guest of honor at a bridal
,r Tuesday at the home of Mrs Mickey (Yvette) Kraus with
,; Louis i Ituth Gidney co-hostess at the luncheon for 25
v. with the planning of the festivities, junior hostesses the
ei Mkki Kraus. now Mrs. Jack Pros, and Miss Nelsa Gid-
nej Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip De Leon, Sandy will be-
come lh bride of Jack Godstritch on July 25 His parents are
Emanuel and Belle Goldstrich .
Home for the summer, talented Michele Levin who has just
completed her sixth year at Curtis Institute of Music in Philadel-
phia Next year at 18. when she receives a decree in piano and
composition, she will be the youngest double major ever graduated
from Curtis which accepts only scholarship students But tor
'he nest few months, she plans nothing more strenuous than help-
her parents settle into a new home with lots of time lulling
around the pool with them and her younger brother Phillip Of
Cours< several hours of every day will be devoted to practising,
uid Michele has even consented to take a few lucky pupils .
Daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Levin, this brilliant musician
- ill remembered here for her magnificent performance of the
rshwin Fantasy with Paul Taubman and the University of Miami
Symphony Orchestra at the Miami Beach 'Pop" Concert last
August
t .
\ ringing cheer for Miami Beach High debaters and orators
* ho put thi area right at the top with two first places m the
S'ational Forensic League tournament held last week at Montana
State University The eight-member school team won the sweep-
stake* champion.-hip for scoring the highest number of points in
ill categories The country's first place winner in the boys'
extemporaneous division was Stephen Mackauf. 17. who just grad-
uated from Miami Beach High Son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter S.
Mackaui. of Adams ave.. Stephen will enter the University of
Miami this fall on a four year debate scholarship Second in
the nation with her dramatic reading was Trudy Gertler Mike
Von Borsig placed fifth in debate, and Allen Albert was third in
poetry reading Sponsored by the Speech Boosters Club and
ivic, service and business organizations, the Beach team, which
on the state championship in 1961 and '62. includes Jay Mech-
Allen Fuller. Olan Paul and David Kaye ... To complete the
honors won, Mrs. Richard D (Jillen, the group's instructor, was
named > oach of the Ye:ir "

Former Mianrians. Terry and Leonard Ulasser. now living with
their ;!.. children in Puerto Rico, here to visit with friends and
'in,, and attend the wedding of Ellen Rovenger. daughter of
' tnends. Sylvia and Ben Rovenger When they return
Puerto Rico, ljyearold Jeffrey Gidney will accompany them
i nd a month there He's the son of Terry's sister and
hrothoi in-law, Ruth and Louis Gidney .
\ happy crowd Of 125 attended a cocktail and dinner dance
' the Algiers hotel last week in honor of Jack Sheldon Stevens.
*ho was confirmed on June 23 at Temple Emanu-Kl. with Dr. Ir\
i Lehman officiating Proud parents are Dr. and Mrs Theo-
lore Stevens, of Allison Island Out-of tow tiers at the event in
eluded Mr. and Mrs Jack Mes-er and Jack Stark, all of Gotham
Town Also among guests was a maternal grandmother. Mrs
nic sine, of Miami Beach The Bar Milzvah hoy', lister,
II of a pert 9. entertained at the piano, to the singing ot
Mr Bennett Lee Mrs Stevens turned out for the event in a
black sequin tup and white satin bell skirt Incidentally. 14-
vear-old Henry Stevens was reaffirmand at the Bar Mit/v.ih cere-
monj at the Temple All in all, a happy weekend for the Sm
n lamilj

Sammy Lynn Jordan, daughter of actor Owen Jordan, will be
her aunl and uncle, Charles and Ruth Jacobson, in Coral
The teen ager has the name of a famous Broadwaj stai
instrumental in giving Jordan his first big break in show
She live, in Yorktown Heights, N.Y and is interested
' ning fashion design, and a possible nursing career .
1 ordan is the noted TV ..nor and recording star, whose
oice is frequentl) heard dubbing the dialogue for actors in foreign
movies
!" :: ing after a trip out West t" Phoenix, Ariz., to attend the
ol their ion, Allan, to Paula Pavell on June 10, are Mr.
and Mrs Ben (Beverly) Lett, ol Homestead, and brother and sis
in-law, Mr. and Mrs Lannj (Elaine) Lett, of Miami The
out-of-town visitors were time early to enjoy the many pre-
nuptial luncheons and dinners in honor of the couple. Among
lose entertaining were Mrs. Esther Beller and daughter. Abbie.
nix, sister and niece of the bridegroom's mother, and Mr
and Mrs. Jack | Marge Pavell. mother and father of the bride .
Following the wedding and reception. Iten and Beverly.
Lanny and Flame, and Esther and Abbie went on to enjoy the
festivities afforded in Lai Vegas After a honeymoon in Las
is. the newly-married Lefts will live at 2627 Mobile, Kl Paso,
11
dr and Mrs. Henry Gilbert, of 12670 NF Miami pi are just
glowing [fa ii. latest achievement of their daughter, Elayne,
who is .; senior at the University of Miami She has attained
ever> journalism student's dream to edit the school paper
NW was recentl] named associate editor of the Hurricane .
Her dad u] go elated you'd think he sold a million dollars in life
insurance which he does, annually .
Dr Abraham Wolfson. director of the Spinoza Outdoor Forum.
o Samuels, musical director of Temple Menorah. and Gus Free-
!";"'. Mwetary of the Miami Beach Music and Art League, have
by ,ar for llendersonville Dr. Wolfson will visit with his
twin grandsons. Tom and Bill Shapiro, who are counselors at Blue
B,.f,r,Canm ,nt'r*" Tom is a scholarship student at Harvard and
Kl" is a scholarship student at Tulane.
V
"drewisli Floridian
Miami, Florida, Friday, July 6, 1962
Section 3
She Hopes for Fulfillment of Moon's Vow
A pleasant surprise awaited Mr.
and Mrs. Max Swartz. of 3300 Gra-
nada. Coral Gables, when a large
delegation of Miami Hadassah
women met them at the airport on
their return fio.n Isr_el and Europe.
Debarking with them was Mrs.
Swartz's brother, Charles Rosen-
uarten. of Waterbury, Conn., presi-
dent of the World Council of Syna-
gogues.
At the head of a cavalcade of
cars, they were whisked off to the
home of president of Miami chap
ter of Hadassah, Mrs. Joseph Mil
ton, 4849 Ronda, Coral Gables,
where Mrs. Swartz held forth hap-
pily on her experiences.
What impressed her most strong-
ly, Mrs Swartz said "was the new
Hadassah-Hebrew University Med-
ical Center at Jerusalem. There
are 500 beds in the hospital, an
outpatient clinic handling 250,000
visits annually, an administration
building, a nurses residence with
quarters for 150 students, a medi-
cal center with an annual enroll-
^W^iJ
Temple Beth Shirch Sisterhood holds a recent business meet-
ing, installation and luncheon at Westbrooke Country Club.
Shown are Mrs. Herman Gottlieb, Mrs. Harry Kodish, Mrs.
Gerald Stein and Mrs. Perry Elkin discussing plans for the
coming year.
Newly-installed president of Temple Beth Shirah Sisterhood,
Mrs. Jack Somberg. and vice president, Mrs. David Marken-
son. check over minules and plans for the cominq year with
Mrs. Leon Roth, wife of the Temple president, and Cantor
Herman Gottlieb, following a recent installation luncheon at
Westbrooke Country Club.
Beach Chapter Party Sunday
A "Swim Fat-Dance" party will
be held by the Miami Beach chap-
ter of Children's Asthma Research
Institute and Hospital at Denver
on Sunday from 6 to 10 p.m.. at
the Venetian Arms Cabana Club.
Mrs Sidney Ritterman. president,
announced.
All proceeds will go to aid the
free treatment and research prog
ranis of the National Home.
The non sectarian institution is
dedicated to the free treatment on
a nationwide basis of all children
stricken with chronic intractable
asthma, the worst form of this ill-
ness.
Mrs Ritterman said that "the
National Home Currently is laced
with a pressing admission waiting
list of sc\ercl\ asthmatic children
who are in desperate need of the
Home's free medical services
Mrs. Bert Whitman is chairman
for tickets for the Sunday event
which will feature the F.I Dorados.
a teen-age dance ban,!, consisting
ol Fred Ritterman. Kenny Wolf.
David Frank and Paul Kardos.
Pounded in 1907. the Children's
Asthma Research Institute and Hos-
pital at Denver has on its patient
roster severely asthmatic children
from almost every community in
America
ment of 450. a mother-and-chiH
pavillionit is actually a City it
Science. The building is beautiful,
and practical as well, with a cen
tralized nurses station, from which
all patients' rooms are visible "
Mrs. Swartz. referring to the
synagogue in the Medical Center,
said that she gazed "in awe" at
the solemnity and beauty of its ar
rangemont. and was "stirred to
tears" at the world-famous Chagall
stained glass windows depicting
the twelve tribes of Israel. "People
travel great distances to see these
works of art." she noted.
About her living quarters. Mrs.
Swartz said "everyone was so grac-
ious and hospitable that after i
few nights in a hotel my husband
and I were invited to spend the
rest of our stay in someone's home
The family was typical of the Is
raelis. A son of high .school age
v. a s attending the Seligsber^
School of Printing and Precisian
Instruments. A daughter of 18 was
in the army, while another Jaugh
ter was studying medicine at the
university. In Israel, every boy
and girl, at the age of 18. enters
the army for two to two and a halt
years, studying and working while
in the service.
"The countryside is developed
Where before there were sand an '
rocks, there are now millions ot
trees, planted to provide shade and
to keep the soil from being wa>he 1
down the hillsides. The centuries-
neglected fields now have groves
of citrus fruit- "
What is the general temperament
of the Israelis'.' "They are a verv
pleasant people." Mrs. Swartz no;
ed. "The children walk along,
singing wherever they go. Thev
take long hikes. In fact, the peonle
walk. walk, walkDruze. Arab.
Christian, Jews of every coloring
and from every country, arm-in-
arm, laughing, singing, dancing.
It was thrilling to watch On the
Sabbalh. beginning at 3 o'clock.
Friday afternoon, until sundown
Saturday evening, all shops ire
closed and traffic is alms! non
< xistant,
"We saw much of the country
We had a wonderful cab driver. He
told us that all cab drivers must
attend the university for a j
at least, in order to become ..
authorized guide. They are requir-
ed to know history They must
have a tremendous fund of infor-
mation, and must be equippe l '. >
answer all questions. Our dnvir
took us to the Jewish Ageno
Building, where 1 saw the names
ol my parents inscribed on parch-
ment in the Rook of Life." This
too was a thrill.
Etched upon her mind is the
scene as Mr. and Mrs Swartz
climbed up a hill under an enor-
mous red full moon, shining over
Jerusalem. "It was inspiring anil
awesome, an omen and a promise
it seemed to me. of harmony and
iriendship in the not-too-distant
future, when the neighboring coun-
tries would want peace with Israel
Our next visit, we hope, will find
the promise of the full moon ful-
filled."
'Hospitality Hop' Saturday
Westl-rooke Country Club will
hold a "Hospitality Hop" on the
terrace overlooking the pool Satur-
day for members and prospective
members. Committee chairmen
are Mrs Sheldon Kay, Mrs. Haro! I
I'omerantz. and Mrs. Morns Fox
who said more than 1.000 couples
are expected to attend.


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+Je*lst FkridliJir
Friday. July 6. 1982 11 =
Pioneer Women
Off on Tour
Mrs Holla Kahn, 3388 SW th 5l .
Miami, and Mrs. Harry Altman,
i Beach, left on Sunday from Now
York International Airport for
30-day Pioneer Women : iur ol
I srael and
They are part of i group 1 140
travelers from [6 stat s
nut Iho country who will visit such
historic cities as Jerusal im, Tel
Aviv, Pan.-. Rome. V'en
ence, and Lucerne. Highlighting
their journey will be special recep-
tions in Iheir honor bj Israel Gov-
ernment officials
Pioneer Women, sponsors of tin-
tour, provides almost half of all
social services for Israeli w men,
youth, and children in nearly 1.000
child care and immigrant rehabili-
tation centers In Israel. In the
United states, the organization fos-
ters active participation in Amer-
ican civic life and Jewish cultural
activities.
Beauty Pageant
Due at Villas
Another international beauty pag-
eant. The Miss World" contest, is
seeking contestants who would like
to compete for the title of "Miss
Florida" on Aug. 17 to 19 at Miami
Springs Villas.
The winner uill compete for the
'"Miss U.S.A." title in September
in Huntinaton, W. Va.. and for rhei
"Miss World" title early in Novem-
ber in London. England
Executive director. Ted Cohen, jf
the International Charm Assn., 2001
Washington ave., who heads up the
'"Miss Klorida" part of the contest,
said both single and married girls
between the ages of IT and 27 are
eligible to enter.
Judging is based strictly on
beauty. Contestants must arrange
their own transportation to the
Villas for the contest, but will be
guests of the Pageant there for the
three days it will "be held. The Car-
riage Club at the Villas is a co-
sponsor of the contest
Contestants desiring to
should contact Cohen for
entrance forms.
Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary. Murray Solomon Post 243, of
Coral Gables, meets at the International Design Centre. The
group is hosted by Robert L. Thornton, executive director of
the Centre, shown with Mrs. Lena Cohen, president of the
Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary.
JWV Auxiliary
Views Designs
The Jewish War Veterans Auxil-
iary, Murray Solomon Post 243 Ol
coral (".able-, hold a meeting last
week at International Design Cen-
tre, Miami, one of the first groups
to participate in the Centre's club
tour program
The meeting was coordinated bj
Mrs Lena Cohen, president, and is
part ol the Auxiliary's social prog-
ram aimed at expanding the group's
activities and interests
The tour was conducted by Rob-
ert L, Thornton. Centre executive
on tor, and in addition to the 150
permanent display.-, the group
viewed the now feature on "Centre
Stage," the area on which a chang-
ing program oi design exhibits is
presented.
The -bowing includes Ihe award-
winning designs in Ihe 16th annual
A II) international design com
petition, coordinated by James
Merrick Smith, F.A ID. of (oral
Gables
The Centre, which opened in
March at 4141 No. Miami ave. is
a permanent showcase for thous-
ands of the finest designs for in
tenors and is open to the public
without charge.
Breath of Life Chapter
Breath of Life chapter
Outturn's AsUuna-JU'search lnst:-
ti to and Hospital will have a heach
and barbecue party on Sa
evening, July 14. at the Key Btt.
cayne Beach Club. Chairman of
the affair is Mrs Sanford M
In charge of publicity is \|ri
Armand Davis, lotio 47th ct., Miami
Beach
Natural Hygiene His Topic
Natural Hygiene will be Uu
ot a lecture bj Dr Abrahai
son on Tuesday morning, -
ai the 8th st, beach, hnmi
following the exorcise cla-
Charles Siege!.
Beth Torafi
Campers Busy
Beth Tjri.i Congregation an-
nounces the >pening >:' its new
summer la) imp8, T>:< and
Tykes, for > to 5-year ilds, and
Ha-GeGah. for > :> 12-year-olds.
The camping season got off to
a start las; Moadaj 2 when
175 children and a staff >f 40 re
ported far the eight-week camping
period.
During -he week, campers were
treated tj a field trip to Food Fair
Bakeries, bowling at Cloverleat
Lanes, an I swimming j: the Moni-
ta hotel.
Staff includes two arts and craft;
instructors. Doris Heyman and
Hannah Schorr; a iance and dra-
snter matics instructor, loan Cohen; and
official a Red Cr >-^ swimming instructor.
Cal Peltz.
Rabbi Stern on Television
Ra'cbi Tibor Stern, spiritual lead
ar >f Beth lac >b Congregation, will
be heard on Still Small Voice."
television porgram sponsored by
the Greater Miami Rabbinical
Assn.. this Sunday. 10 a.m.. over
WCKT. eh. 7 Subject of Rabbi
Stern's talk is "The Rabbi's Chal
I lege." and will be directed to the
Rabbinical Council ol America con
vention here
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Women Installed
Rabbi Sheldon Stemmelz officiat-
ed at the recent installation ot
officers and board of the Sisterhood
ot Congregation Yehudah Moshe,
Officers are Mesdames Frieda
Blank, president; Syd Polis. Bstelle
Schecter, Emma Hornstein, and
Mary Halpern. vice presidents;
Shirley Wool, recording secretary;
Florence Klotz. corresponding sec-
retary; Teddy Rosenblatt, financial
secretary; and Anne Miller, treas-
urer
Several of the women's organiza-
tion members are also leaders in
local parent-teacher groups. They
Include Mesdames Roslyn winii.
president, I'TA, North Miami Jun-
ior High School; and Dorothy
Brown, a past president of Sister-
hood, who is legislation chairman
for the Dado County ITA.
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Gurion Branch
To Close Season
I Ben-Gurion Branch of Farband
will have its closing meeting of
the season next Wednesday ow-
ning. 8 p.m., at the Cultural Cen-
ter. 842 Washington ave.
Max Astor, president, will con
duct the business portion of the
meeting,
Burnard Fiirman, cultural chair-
man, will oftor a review of "The
Foot of Pride," by Malcolm Hay.
Program will also feature the 75th
birthday celebration ot William
Beckwith, financial secretary of
the branch.
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+Jewish norkliari
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they made for the June Formal held
:ilry Club last Saturday. Mrs. Draluck
Bn 3:9 co-chairmen of the party.
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.NEW YORK .Suaift S5Q.000
has been contributed by the Na-
tional Federation of Temple Sister-
hoods and its affiliates throughout
the country to enable young people
etween the ages of is and 19 to
participate in leadership institutes,
study seminars, and regional con-
da es sponsored by the National
F deration of Temple Youth
! I ndn 'l~ of teen agers ho are
s ni the youth programs of
n Je ish con( rogations will
benefit this summer from "camp-
erships'- made available by Sister-
hoods. They will attend two na-
tional and 20 regional Leadership
Institute-
More than 2.300 boys and .
are taking part in summer camp
activities under auspices of XFI'Y
between July 1 and Sept :i. The
programs are conducted for |
Of five to 12 daj S each.
they consist ol four pans: cultural,
v orship, and rei
In grai I i amperships
Sisterhoods are fulfilling the policy
of NFTS to stimulate the interest
>t young people in religion and t>
encourage them to take an active
" in the Life of the synagog
MISS ITHll STARK
United States Europe, and Japan,
recently comi l< ling a tour of the
Mi Idle East lir 'cting the Israel
i hilharmonk < irchestra.
Miss S'ark will cpen the sea-
sons fifth 'Peps prcj-am with
Glinka's "Russian a.d Ludmil'a
Overture," followed by the "Fu-
noral March if a V.arianet'e,"
by Gounod; the "Gayne Ballet
Suite," by Khachaturian; and the
"Slavonic Dance No. 8," by
Dvorak, for the first third of
the program. Gershwin's "Strike
Up the Band," Richard Strauss'
' Rosenkavalier Walti," Lecuora's
"Malaguena," and Enesco's "Rou-
manian Rhapsody" comprise the
latter third of the program.
The middle portion of the con-
cert will be devoted to the soloist.
with Li.-t performing Fran/ Liszt's
Piano Concerto No. l in E flat ma-
jor.
A native of Philadelphia, List
spent his boyhood on the West
Coast, where his fatiier was a
school teacher At 10. young List
made his debut with the Los An-
. eles Philharmonic Orchestra un
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Contest Revealed
'Miami Beautiful*
A -^1 .-.day cruise for tv o p< r
sons on the ss : will
ie a.' irdi I as first pi ize :- the
d annual >Ia Miami Bi
contest, it was annoum
this week by E Albert Pal
chairman of the Miami beautii
committee, sponsor ol the
competition.
I" immunity service depart-
ment of the Caribbean Cruise Line
has made this trip available be-
cause (if their civic interest in lo-
cal landscape improvement," said
Pallot.
In addition, there are 30 more
valuable prizes to be awarded at
a dinner in September, to home-
owners, business properties, hos-
pitals, schools, churches, and own-
ers of vacant lots who improve
their grounds by clearing, and the
installation of shrubs, trees and
grass.
"Our first prize this year is
valued at nearly SI.000." Pallot re
porte I "It costs nothing to enter
the contest, and the results are
beneficial to the homeowner whe-
ther he wins or not."
Mrs. Marie Enterline. chairman
of the contest, may be contacted
for information at City Parks Di-
vision, 24("i NVV 14th St.. Miami.
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Friday, July 6, 1962
Soft Spoken By ISABEL GROVE
Attractive Nelsa Sidney, Miami
Beach High Schools "Outstanding
Senior Girl for li62."' hopes some
day to fill a United States Diplo-
matic post in a foreign country.
Although there is always the
possibility that some other career
may later beckon this young lady,
who possesses superior intellectual
and personal characteristics, at
present she plans to prepare for
foreign service. Part of the train-
ing will be a concentration on
languages, especially French,
which she has studied for two
years.
An outstanding student all
through school. Nelsa admits
frankly ""I never consciously work-
ed just for top grades. For me
they were a means to an end-
participation in Student Council
work."
* *
loves People
"I'm interested in people, and
I like to work with them." she con-
tinued, "and Student Council pro-
vides excellent training along those
lines, as well as in leadership. In
addition, the purpose of Student
Council is to contribute to the
welfare of students through serv-
ice to the school, and I thik that's
very important.
"However, in order to qualify.
it was necessary to maintain a
good scholastic record, so I did the
very best I could." she asserted.
That she was eminently success-
ful is evidenced by the many of-
fices she held and the long string
of academic honors she has ac-
cumulated. Final proof was the
double honor voted her by the sen-
ior class which named her the girl
who "Did Most for Beach High"
and "Best All Around."
Vice president of Student Coun-
cil during her senior year. Nelsa
served her sophomore class as
secretary, and vice president of
her junior class. In 1961, she was
a Miami News "Top Teen of the
Week." and a "Today's Teen" in
the Miami Herald this year.
While at Beach High. Nelsa was
a member of Anchor Service Club,
National Honor Society and B'nai
B'rith Girls. She won a scholastic
letter, a Spanish award, and was
a Miami Beach Auditorium host-
ess.
* *
Favorite Subject
A member of Burdine's Youth
Fashion Board for two years,
blond Nelsa. enjoyed every mom-
ent of her modeling career. "It's
a wonderful way to acquire poise
and ease with people." she ex-
plains. "In addition, you receive
professional advise on how to wear
clothes, what to wear for every
occasion, and how best to com-
bine colors and materials for an
attractive, lashional apearance "
English has always been one of
Nelsa's favorite subjects. An avid
reader, she's taking a course in
humanities at the University uf
Miami this summer to extend her
knowledge of literature, music and
art. The campus at Coral Gables
won't be unfamiliar gound for
Nelsa. In 1961, she was admitted
to the university's "Summerin-
College" program.
In September. 18-year-old Nelsa
will enter Northwestern University
at Evanston, III. Her considered
choice was influenced by the fact
"that although the university itself
NtlSA GIDNtr
. considered choice
is not in a metropolis, it is close
enough to Chicago to enable me to
enjoy the many advantages that
only a very large city can offer."
The museums, concerts and thea-
tre.- are just one part "of the ex-
citement 1 have felt and enjoyed
the few times I visited northern
cities where the cold weather
seems to make the big difference."
"Of course, primarily." Nelsa
continued. 'Northwestern is an ex
cellent liberal arts college with an
outstanding language department.
I hope to learn French well enough
there to study at least one sum-
mer at the Sorbonne in Paris."
* *
Accomplished Pianist
As to the quality of the instruc-;
tion in languages she has had. this;
clear-thinking young lady feels i
that writing and reading, but never I
attempting to speak Spanish for;
three years, kept that language;
trom coming to life for her. French,
taught with the. new audio lingual,
methods, was much more success-
mi. -~
Nelsa is enthusiastic about the
calibre of Beach High's mathe-
matics and English departments,
especially the hitter's honors
courses,
An accomplished pianist. Nelsa
has studied for years, devoting
many hours a week to practising
Her favorite composers are De-
bussy and Chopin, but she loves
all kinds of music and has an ex-
tensive record collection which in
eludes the classics and jazz She
regrets that her curriculum at col-
lege will not allow for applied
music, but plans to take as many
music appreciation courses as she
can manage
Soft-spoken Nelsa approaches dis-
cussions of boys, dates and mar
riage as calmly and objectively as
any other subject, and with as
much forethought. "1 have dated
for many years." she says, "but
never felt the need to go steady'."
Her answer to the next obvious
question was a firm "1 certainly ex-
pect to date during college, but I
cannot imagine any normal set ol
circumstances which would induce
me to leave school until I had earn-
ed a degree
Our featured High School grad-
uate i> the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis i Ruth i Gidney, who
have just moved to a new home on
Sunset Island 3. Now Dade Coun-
ty Council PTA safety chairman,
one of Mrs. Gidney's terms as pres-
ident of Nautilus Junior High PTA
coincided with Nelsa's ninth year
there
The family belongs to Temple
Emanu-EI on Miami Beach, where
son Jeffrey observed his Bar Mitz-
vah two years ago. and Nelsa led
the 1962 Beach High graduating
class at the Temple's annual Bac-
calaureate Service in June.
(Next Week's featured High
School graduate. Nelson Machtey.)
Admiring the decorations at Westbrooke Country Club's
June 30 dinner dance are (left to right) Mrs. Allen Goldtin,
Sid Greenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Spector, and Goldlin.
Question Cantor's Right to Officiate
CHICAGO (JTAl A divorce
case on trial here, behind closed
chamber door-, before Superior
Court Judge David A Cancl, may
result in a ruling that could affect
the right of a cantor to officiate
at a Jewish wedding in the State
of Illinois
Four rabbis have been called as
witnesses in the ca>e, and the court
has appointed a Jewish attorney.
Aaron Cohen, to act as "friend ol
the court" and help advise the
judge Furthermore, the judge
himself has served four terms as
a president of a synagogue. KINS.
of suburban Rogers Park, acenrt-
ing to the Sentinel. Jewi-h week.;
here
The case grew out of a petit
of annulment of marriage filed by
Mrs Judith O Polland agai
husband. Arnold Polland. SIh
claims that their marriage in 1951.
was "illegal" because the wedding
was performed by a cantor, Mosei
, S.Herman, and not by a rabb:.
She contends that State law prv
vides that marriages must be per-
formed only by ordained ministers,
and Cantor Silverman has no ord.-
nation
CAR1B MIAMI MIRACLE 1163 St.
(MfllOpen 11:451 Open 12:45
Leaders Mapping November Tour
Organizational meeting of the
Greater Miami Friends of Israel
will be held Sunday morning. July
15. at the home of Leonard Solo-
mon. Miami Beach civic and relig-
ious leader. Sponsorship of a
Shalom Cruise aboard the Zim Is-
rael's luxury liner SS Jerusalem
or, Nov. 8 to 20, is the first project
of the Greater Miami Friends of
Israel
Maurice Revitz. president of
Temple Menorah and chairman of
the executive committee of the He-
brew Academy, is temporary chair
man of the new organization. Re-
vitz recently was elected a national
director of Israel Investors Cor-
poration.
Reviti said response to the
initial announcement of the Carib-
bean Goodwill Tour "has been
most enthusiastic." He pointed
out that the Shalom Cruise will
be limited to 300 persons, whereas
the Jerusalem carries 570 pass-
engers on its Transatlantic cross-
ings from New York to Israel,
thus providing V.I.P. treatment
for all.
Judith Mazor, Miss Israel ot
1962. who is competing in the Miss
Universe contest at Miami Beach.
has been invited as a special
guest for the July 15 breakfast ses-
sion at Solomon's home
Other temporary officers of the
Greater Miami Friends of Israel
include Jack S Popick. Rabbis
David Shapiro. Mayer Abramowitz.
Leon Kronish and Irving Lehrman.,
and Ben Essen. Phil Revitz and:
Henry Gilbert.
Details of the Itinerary for the
Caribbean Goodwill Tour were]
scheduled to be mapped out at aj
Thursday afternoon meeting at the
officers of Akiva Goffer, vice pres-
ident of the American-Israeli Ship-
ping Co. Revitz was to preside.
Among the ports of call on the
12-day Shalom Cruise will be San
JUM, Puerto Rico; St Thomas.
Virgin Islands; Port de France.
Martinique; Port of-Spa in. Trim
dad; Aruba. Netherlands Antilles;
Santo Domingo. Dominican Repub-
lic; and Kingston. Jamaica.
Goffer pointed out that the Jeru-
salem has been refurbished since
its maiden voyage to Miami last
year, with :."> percent outside cabins
providing first class accommoda-
tions for all passengers aboard the
fully-air c n litioned vessel
Solomon and Revitz stressed that
the Shalom Cruise and the Carib-
bean Goodwill Tour are open to
the entire community.
Reservations for the Shalom
Cruise maj be made at the offices
o| Zim, 407 Lincoln r,l
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Wometco Enterprises board ot
directors this week declared a reg-
ular quarterly dividend of L7Vc per
share on the company Class "A"
common stock A regular quarter-
ly dividend of 6'.c per share was
\ (ted for class "B" stock. Divi-
dends will he paid on Sept. 11 to
stockholders or record as ol \u-
gUSl 31. 19S2
Education Unit Meeti
E lucatlon committee of Temple
Tifereth Jacob, president. Sam
Seidle, met to formulate plans for
Hebrew and Sunday school for the
coming season. Registration will
he held the las, three week- ol
August in charge of information
re Mrs. Norm* Turner, inJ Mrs
Irene Becker.
TOOAY
Open 6,45
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parkway^theatre
today *rws-......-bemijKyJtoc
fWSU'AtmmmB
.
only two
can play

W^oifl Florida Showing
The happy Lmu
usical romance
MARIO
LANZA
"BECAUSE
YOU'RE
MINE"
With
DORETTA MORROW
JAMES WHITMORE
Color
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Fiidcy- July 6, 1962
* Jen ist Fkrictsaw
K^jn the
Schcrf. Kronick
Exchange Vows
Ricia Lynn Kronick and Lawr-
M art in Seharl will live al
,, i Bi) Harbor dr. Miami.
they return from their hon
n in Mexico.
. i uple exchanged noon vows
sday, J11I3 4. at the Al-
tel. "ill" Rabbi Eugene
officiating.
ide i- (he daughter oi Mr.
. jack Kronick, ol 3fl 88th
imi Beach, The groom i-
: \ir an i Mrs Hyman
the Bronx, N Y.
e Iding, the bride chose
,n of vk bite silk organza
p m kline, fitted bodice,
ri draped sleeves. Silk
was draped over ,i dome
I i form a bow back Her
up illusion veil ffll from i
, cap of silk organza and
pearls
Matron of honor was Mrs. Mary
till, of Red Bank. N.I. Warren
- i-rwood, Miami, acted as best
and ushers wore Arthur
Knesman, Chicago, and Dr. Peter
ick, Beaverton, Mich.
The former Miss Kronick attend
It Highland Park Junior College
[.. : medical technology. Her soror
> was Alpha Epilon Phi.
Mr Scharf attended New York
Mate University, where he major
in retailing and merchandising
t is Honda representative for
-uperior Mills of New York.
Reception followed the ceremony
the Kubaiyat room of the Al
Page 5-B

MBS. SANfOKD KATZ
Silk Organza
or Mrs. Katz
an t Mr> Moyshe Zilber.
" W Mashta dr., Key Blscayne,
"nounce the marriage of their
ighter, Bebe, to Sanford Frank
son '.f Mr. and Mrs. Louts
'/ 1744 SW 17th SI Miami.
'lemony was performed by
' seph Narol In the sanctuary
Temple Israel on Sunday. July I,
p ni in the afternoon,
bride was attended by Miss
p Schwimmer, as maid of
Hard) C Kati served .-
t< -' man for the groom
N'ewlywed Mrs Kati wore a full-
t-th gown of silk organza, | i
alencon lace and seed
1 i'h. bouffant -kin featured
rt train Headdress was a pill-
matching the you 11 with
1 lai e and seed pearls and
shoulder-length veil. She carried
: bouquet.
bride attended fhC Park
of Baltimore, graduated
' Park High School and
[ iversitj of Maryland with
helor il Science degree.
graduated from Mi
- nior High School and at-
University ol Miami.
' oneymoon in the Baham-
''" ""I'H will reside in Miami.
Wern.-r-Kahn
W'frn r-Khl.i.
MKS. IAWKINCI SCHAKf
MK. ALAH SIGMAH
Sigmans Will Live in Gables
Carole Linda Post became the
bride of Alan Sigman in 6 30 rites
on Sunday. July 1. at the Seville
hotel. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro
officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mr* Joseph A Post. 1520 SW
17th ter The groom's parents arc
the Michael Sigmans. of 326 SW
14th ave.
Mrs. Eileen Gitlla was matron
of honor Maid of honor was Mis*
Susan Kaufman Sy Gitlln acted
as best man. and ushers included
Ronald LeVine. Arthur Hertz. Allan
I.eiter. and Bernard Swichkow
For her wedding day. the brick
was attired in a white silk organza
lloor-length gown with alencon lace
and train She wort a ptarl and
crystal tiara, and carried a whiti
orchid bouquet.
Newlyweil Mrs. Sigman went to
, the University of Florida The
groom attended the University of
' Miami, and Is an accountant affil
iated with Haskins and Sells.
Dinner and reception (Allowed
the ceremony at the Seville. At
ter a honeymoon to Jamaica. Un-
couple will be at home at 232 Ma-
jorca, Coral Gables.
Rosenthals Off
For Jamaica Tour
RatShj Alfred Waxman officiated
at the .'clock ceremony uniting
in marriag Miss Lois Ann Apner
and Micha< I Elliott Roeanthal i
Saturdaj i v< nil ic 30. al the
Dupont P .... hotel
The 1 :rid ..- Il -. ighter 11 Mr
and Mrs Mi rris 2227 SW
2nd t.. parei Is are
the Al 1. 2294 SW 24th
ter.
Maid i i is Miss
Miller Ga.l Kra?ner wa
matroi her sister
!': -in
Irs. 1
l:.- ...-. \h ler
:
:. .. clucli K Pe'.e Ostr
skj .. Bobbj Braun,
lay Gn enstein.
-. rer.
For her v..,..:.. i hose
a gown ol imported chantilly lace
The litt... bodic< was designed
with a scallop-edged sabrina neck-
line hand-embroidered with seed
pearls, and long sleeves tapered to
points over thi wrists. The bouf-
fant floating skirt was edged in
the scalloped lac swept to a royal
train.
Newly wed Mrs. Roscnthal i> a
graduate of Miami Senior High
School Sht was past president ot
'Nai 'Rith BBC. and past pledge
mistress ot Tau Alpha Omega The
groom, self-employed, graduated
from Oxford School and attended
Palm Beach Junior College
Following a renption at the I)u-
pont Plaza, the couple left for a
Jamaica honeymoon. They will
live at 3130 SW 27th a\<.. Miami,
on their return.
Sfofe Hospital Adds Chapel
LOS ANGELES .JTAi A
new Jewish chapel, with facilities
to accommodate 2tK persons, was
dedicated htrt at Camarillo State
Hospital
Wrrlu-r-K., hti
MKS. MICHAH MQStHTHAL
Miss Davidon
Eyes August Rites
An August wedding is planned by
Miss Thelma Davidson and Brandt
Wax. son of Mr and Mrs Dan Wax,
ol Miami Beach.
Their engagement is announced
by her parents. Mr and Mrs.
George Davidson, of H o I y o k e,
Mass.. and Miami Beach.
Miss Davidson is a graduate of
Russell Sage College and is pres-
ently pursuing graduate studies at
Boston University School of Social
Work.
Mr Wax prepared at New Tamp-
ion School for Lafayette College.
He is now a student at Boston Col-
lege Law School.
&:
COMPARATIVE
STATEMENT d CONDITION
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS JUNE 30, 1962
ASSETS
Cash and Securities of the
U. S. Government
and Agencies -------
First Mortgage Loam ....
Loans on Savings Accounts .
Federsl Home Loan
Bank Stock .......
Office Buildings. Equipment
and Parking Lots.....
Other Assets
June 30, 1961 Jane 39, 1962
$ 16.402.453.95
137.132,562 90
103.C35.88
9 19.773.S65.08
150.711.456.75
52,763.05
2036.40C.C0 2,036.40000
5.305.079.52 5.160.015.16
364.254.01 _1.09Ua2.64
TOTAL"ASSETS......... I161.343.7g6.26 $178.841,492.72
LIABILITIES June 30, 1961 Jm M. 1982
Savings Accounts......... $142,653,437.16 (160.829.621.72
Federal Home loan
Ban* Advances........ 2.000,000.00 *
Loans in Process ......... 3.043.701.42 3.291.750.38
Other Liabilities ......... 523,418.59 555,262.75
Unearned Income ......... 963,700 81 978,919.62
Surplus and Reserves ..... 12,159,528.28 13.187.928.25
TOTAL LIABILITIES ..... $161.343 786 26 $178,941,482.72
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MITCHELL WOLFION
CHA'HMAN O' T*E C>A"D
CLAUDE A RENSHAW
PRESIDENT
CARL WEINKLE
iiNion vice fres DiNi
MVRON H WILLHON
S V'Cl RRES NO TRES
A LOUIS BROWN. JR.
sr vice *rib *nc mc.
DAN CHAPPELL
PETER HARIG
V CE t*iCINT
HITTER LEVINBON
ARNOLD LEVY
MARCUS O SAWOKIN
Viet puts mi "< or
south |hoi cr'iCE
JOHN E. SHUCV
MILTON WEISS)
VICE PRES'OENT
HENRY
PAOL
D. WILLIAMS
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Tcce 6-B
9-JenistrhriJi^r
Fiidoy. Julv
Judith Anne Rood and Sydney Traum
Exchange Evening Wedding Vows
i,m1 and Syi
Miss Marilyn
Beach
Besl man for hi!
Hohert Traum. ol Belli
Colemand,
trother
Mr
Steve
Mis. .1 mlUh Anne R
ney s Traum exchanged wedding
vows on Sunday, July 1. at jheDu-
pom Plaza hotel Rabb Herbert
s Baumgard, of Temple Beth Am
So. Miami, performed the 6.30
p.m. rites
The bride is the daughter of Col. "j^^j'iiri. Traum is a June.
and Mrs Nathan Barnett Rood. 845 cum ];u,(1(, gra Coral Gables ine
men! in South Flor-
imp Groomsmen were
nett Jacobs. Brookline. Mass.; Pet-
er Rosenbaum. Flushing, N \ .
Ralph Hellmold, Leonia, N.J.
WOMAN OF THE WEEK ...
To know Trudy Hamerschlags background gives you an msigh
and wherefores of her dedication to Israel, as well as
i-as born in Czechoslavakia. ami
the whys
. community projects. Trudy
education there. Slic wanted to be a scientist bin goi
Seeing the handwriting on the wall.
'i i cived her
married instead,
Catalonia ave
Roods are pro mi
Ida civic and philanthropic affairs
Col Rood i- president ol Rood i on-
struction Co., director ol the Bank
of Hade County, and executive
head of several utilitj companies.
The groom is the son ol Mr and
Mrs. Morris Traum of Belle I
usband, Otto, udw left for Southern France before the Hitler re- ^ Ny
, me, Where Otto, an industrial manufacturer of fine ^.started
another factory. Then the Germans bombed France. lh > escaped
t, Casablanca to wait for papers thai would enable them to come to '" uk
(hi United States
Over eighty of Trudy's relatives died in the
rj is one she cannot forget. Everytime
remembers
TRUDY
gas chambers That
a siren goes off, Trudy
the German bombers In New
York wlure Otto started still another china
factory in Grenwich Village, Trud> went to
Columbia to study English, she speaks with
such a decided oxford accent that she had
difficulty making herself understood On com-
ing to Florida on a vacation, they both fell in
love with it and decided to mak< this their
home.
After Otto passed away. Trud) dedicated
herself to the community Greater Miami
Jewish Federation. Home for the Aged, Ha
dassah, American Society of Hebrew in Jeru-
salem, Society ol the Hook, and Technion. are
some ot Trudy's favorites. Clearly she teels
strongly about Israel. The hunted feeling, tin
sale' of all of their belongings, in fact their
three time exodus, made her feel as one with
all of the persecuted .lews. To have a home-
land, to he wanted, to have hope for Trudy
these are the greatest things in the world.
. -lie has been working steadfastly to see that Israel is truly these
things for .lews there.
Trudys hobby is traveling. Italy and Switzerland are her favor-
:ts but Israel of course is her mecca. In fact. Trudy feels that once
\perience the excitement of Israel, you are definitely a changed
Terson. In her private life. Trudy personifies the saying. "See no
*vil. hear no evil, speak no evil." She only looks for good in people
tr.d so. of course, she finds it.
-* *
BRIDGE IS HERE TO STAY
Sunday night is very social at the Venetian Isle Bridge Club It's
a duplicate bridge tournament, and so far all has been sweetness and
light. It's for friendly husbands and wives and friendly friends. It
has been a lot of fun, and while Arnold Perlstein does the scoring to
find out who's best, the coffee is poured. So far. sonu of the top
winners of the part master points have been Norman and Betty Ber-
man. Harry and Lily Schiff. and Jean and yours truly. Others are
Harry and Diane Barr. Ben and Betty Klebanoff. Edward and Ida
Frager. Peter and Cecile Brooks, and David and Sylvia Israel.
* *
SURPRISE, SURPRISE!
Tony Hoffman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Hoffman, was going to
....,: until he was twenty-one to pop the question to Ina. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hirschfeld, but he didn't The Hirschfelds, in
minutes flat, planned an open house to announce the engagement Ina
has a look a like twin sister llene. hut nobody got them mixed up
thei Among the lriends who came to wish them happiness wire the
Irving Angels, Mr and Mrs Tom Kraut/. Mr. and Mrs Eugene
r the Howard Millers and the Morton I.undys.
* *
REAL GROWN UP
Th four young hostesses ... n white a' the dinnei i the}
the rool ol the Evei lotel in honor ol their own
n from ninth le id confirmation. They were Judy, di
ter of Dr and Mrs Mi Km I Patti, daughter of Mr mv\ Mrs
Goldin; Irene, daughter ol Mr, and Mrs Hal Hornstein; and
ighter oi Mr. and Mrs Seymour Samel Most ol the hundred
lests had -pent the last threi years I ler in public and Sunday
Is. Among the young ladies en Joan Jacobs Helem Strauss
Goldman, Ellen Hoder Ai ... Holtzman and Judy Sagawitz The
of parents acting as ehaperones had as good a time as the
tests However, they didn't take their shut- off liki th<
to do the twist, who then complained bitterly becausi their hose
shreds
* *
A PINK WEDDING INVITATION
Harvey Fan- and his friend, Ben Henry, U ft for Boston to attend
ling of David Bromer to Anne Epstein at the Statler hotel
Harvey will never let his mother pick out a wedding present for him
.e again. It was in such a huge package it couldn't have been
anything but a baby grand piano, he complained David's father and
mother, as well as his grandmother, Mrs. Bina Simkowitz. are already
in Boston for his graduation from MIT. All of the Simkowitzes,
en masse, will he there for the wedding 1- and Lucy will leave for
two months in Italy on the SS France on July 5 Sara and Philip,
till younger ones, will be off to Camp Robinson Crusoe Mike and
Joan, the newly married Simkowitzes. will stay in New York for a
while, and Liz will be at Yale working en her Doctor's degree. That
-..:ki i arc of the Simkowitz clan for the summer.
* *
WHO IS SAVING FOREIGN STAMPS?
No one was more surprised than Estelle Brenner to find herself in
Spam. Unexpectedly, she went to join her husband. Bill, who is shop-
ping for the new Doral hotel She feels so far away from home because
for days it is impossible to buy an American newspaper Whene\or the
Spani-h Government doesn't like something that's in the newsno paper
allowed. Her letter was from the Fenix hotel in Palma de Mallorca.
While her accent isn't too good ht-r dramatic sign language and plenty *
of pesjtos have been most netful. On to Rome, Florence, Pan-, and ?
Lendon. *
by her lath
attired in an
pure sun peau de sou and
reembroidered alencon lac gown
Pearl embroidered hand-clipped
horder featured the entire hem
line of the controlled belle skirt
A peau de soie inset circled the
bodice and extended in a flowing
panel to form the full aisle wide
irain. Matching lace fashioned her
Radcliffe College at Cambridge
Mass where shi was a member ol
Student Council, treasurer ol the
senior cla man f 'he frosh orientaUon com
mitti
\ iduate of Coral Gables sen
ior High School, she was a Men'
Scholarship winner The bride
,;, plans to continui her studies
a) \,w York University for a
PhD m psychologj on ., leaching
assistantship
The groi n is a 195J
the College ot the City >'t New York,
and 1961 graduate of Harvard
I aw School, where he was sei re-
.,,> treasurer ol the Student Bar
Assn and business manager ol th<
Harvard Law Record
He i> presentlj associated will
*
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MRS. SYDNEY TRAIT.'
plateau-type headpiece topped witi Seidnian seidman Certifiei
soft how. which held a bouffani
multi-tiered veil ot pure silk illus-
ion
Tlie bridal bouquet was of several
large white magnolias in cascade
fashion.
Maid of honor for her sister was
Mi-s Ginger Hood Bridesmaids
included Ml-- Kay icon New mark.
Miami. Miss Bonnie Souvorin,
cousin "t the bride, Miami; an i
Hid.he Accountants, and plan- to
specialize in taxation lav He re
centl) passed hi.- New York City
Bar examinations
A sealed course dinner followed
the ceremony atop the Dupont l'laza
in the Skyroom. After a honey-
moon trip to Jamaica, 'he couple
will he at home beginning Julj 15
at 88 Bleeker st Apt 5M, New
York City
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French Lace Gown
For Mrs. Cohen
Miss Barbara Ann I.askin mar
ried Lewi- franklin Cohen in one
o'clock rites at the Seville hotel
on Sunday. July 1 Rabbi Irving
Lehrman officiated.
For her wedding gown, the bride,
who is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry La skin, 6060 SW 42nd
st.. chose a gown fashioned of or-
ganza and French lace. The bod-
ice featured a pointed basque, short
sleeves, and sabrina neckline.
These were accented with lace trim
tmbroidered with iridescents and
seed pearls. The very full floor-
length skirt ended in a chapel
tram
The bri.lal bouffant silk Illusion
\eil was held in place by a tiara
ol sequins and pearls. At 'he
candlelight ceremony, which lea
lured a pink and white theme, the
bride wore a diamond pendant Lin-
en her a- a wedding gift b> the
gr.....n ami his parents,
M iron oi honor was Mr- Louis
Bauer Mi-s Eleanor Palgon and
Miss Marilyn Goldstein, cousin ol
the bride, were bridesmaids, Miss
Linda La-kin. another cousin of
^; ii was H\ iwer girl
i. Dnard II Wol) acti I .,- best
man. and ushers were .'
Green, Joseph s. gor, Ja
and John Thompson.
v Alywed Mr-. Cohen reci
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bi r "i Doha Phi Epsilon u
'""in has BBA and I.l.i; d'e
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Reception followed the ceremony
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FASHION COLUMNIST EDITH ZIPP
IS ON VACATION THIS WEEK.
liss Rosenberg
larries Teacher
I la Rosenberg and Mr
\ o\\ were married "" -
i. at Temple Ner
Rabbi Max Zucker of
- ihe daughter of Mi
Vlj run Rosenberg, ol *>2i
- St., No, Miami Beach.
parents are Mr and
d Lebou. Cocoa, Fla
. i- ,i graduate <>f North
: School, and attended
utinty Junior College, when'
i sident of the American
:.ninic.- Organization.
graduated from llu |
School, and attended j
. Tech He is a graduate
la Stale I'niversity in .
ducation, and will teach
i-din J inior High School in
: : ...
bride and groom were
officers "f the B'nai
> nth Organization
as Miss Susan
i Bridesmaids were Miss
I' Li bow and Mrs. Martin Coh-
: Kovalsky acted as best
ushers were Bruce Ros-
Stanley Warhaft, Peter
- and Gerald Rov.
r h r wedding day, the bride
.. floor-length gown .f or-
,. over peau de soie, featuring
neckline, short sleeves, and
I..;" I train The bodice was
b i d with seed pearls and cnish-
sequins. She wore a matching
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Miss Alva Levvy,
Raphael Skop Wed
Miss Alva Levvy, daughter of
Mi. and Mrs. Manny Levvy, Ol
Mia,m Beach, was married to Raph-
ael Stephen Skop. son of Rabbi and
Mrs. Morris Skop. 3511 Riviera ;lr..
Coral Gables, on Wednesday, July
4:30 p.m.. at Temple Beth Sholom.
The bride is a graduate of the
I niversity of Miami school of edu-
cation, and will teach in Mialeah.
starting in September
The groom graduated from Ihe
University of Miami cum laude in
Ihe field of psychology and will be
an assistant in the Department of
Psychology starting in the fall
Rabbi Skop and Rabbi Leon
Kronish performed the ceremony.
assisted by Cantor Herman Gott-
lieb and Stephen Kessler. A recep-
tion followed Ihe ceremony at Tem-
ple Beth Sholom
Candlelight Rites
Fcr the Turners
Barbara Estelle Turner and Sey-
mour Jay Taylor exchanged wed-
ding vows on Saturday evening,
June 30, at a candlelight ceremony
in Temple .lucii a li.iiilu Mordeeal
I'odet officiate I
The bride is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Ralph Turner, 704 Cala-
trava ave. Coral Gables The
groom's parents are Mr and Mrs.
Jack Teplitsky, 1381 Sylvania blvd..
West Miami.
The bride chose a street length
sheath with bouffant overskul in
nylon lace and should) r veil, and
Carried the family Bible With white
use bridal bouquet
Maid of honor was Benita Fried-
man Sharon Teplitsky, sister of
the groom, and Malyn Rudcs were
bridesmaid- Flower girl was
Mindy Turner, sister of the bride
Larry Magil was best man. and
ushers included Paul Turner and
Nelson Zide.
After a tour of the Slate of Klor
ida, the couple will reside in Miami.
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MRS. SEYMOUR TURNER
Miss Gerritt Now Mrs. Samuels
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Miss Rochelle Joyce Gerritt be
came Mrs. Marshall W. Samuels
in 7:30 p.m. rites on Saturday
evening. June 30, at the Roney
I'laza hotel. Rabbi Louis Cassel
officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. David Gerritt. 1125 97th
st.. Bay Harbor Island. The groom
is the son of Dr. and Mrs John
A. Samuels, of I'niversity Heights.
Ohio.
Maid of honor was Miss PeggJ
Samuel- Alan Samuels acted as
best man.
Newlywed Mrs Samuels attend-
ed Miami Beach High Schoi :
Northwestern University, where
she was affiliated with Sigma Del-
ta Tau sororitj
The groom went to Northwestern,
and was a member of Tau Delta
phi and Alpha Beta Psi account
onorarj
After a wedding reception at the
Roney, the couple left for a Nassau
honeymoon. They will reside in
Skokie. 111.
Space Age At
GMJCC Camps
The Space Age has arrived at the
[Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center Day Camps during the past
I wo weeks Astronauts, flights to
the Sky and other planets, and trips
to Israel through space, were alt
part of Ihe activities conducted for
more than 400 children at the
Greater Miami Jewish Communltj
Center, a United FundJewish Fed-
i ration agency.
At Camp Shalom, the Miami
Beach VMI1A Branch Camp, the
Space Age included all arts and
crafts activities, making rockets.
space hats, space helmets and dis-
cussions around the meaning of
Space m the soaring 60s.
This week, theme has been
Carnival Week, with all groups,
working on the 4th of July Car-
nival, which was held at the
First Street Pier. Future trips
also include a visit to 'he Merry
Go Round Playhouss to see
"Beady and the Beast," a tour of
the M;ami News and a ride on a
fire engine.
At Camp Noar, Ihe North County
VM11A Branch Camp, Space Age
took the form of all groups becom-
ing associated and identified wrtb
various buds Room decorations
and assembly songs and skits were
part of tin space program.
The program in -pace culminat-
ed in a Noar -pace ship landing in
Israel Exciting events in the
kibbutz.'" trip- on the ship "Exo
clus," soul- an dance- ol the Sabra
e held during the camp's -; <
I'ip in Israel
At Camp Ma-Ka-Bee. the Space
Age was portrayc l through a sp ici
circus Tins week there is a spec
i,il program dealing with major
eltes v.n<\ baton twirling. A pro
. -..in of art- and crafts ha- begun
under the direction of Leonard
Schwartz, arts and crafts special
tsi at Camp Ma-Ka-Bee.
Registration for the second half
Of Greater Miami Jewish Commun-
ity Center's Summer Day Camps
is now taking place. Information
i- available at Camp Shalom. Mi-
ami Beach YMHA Branch, 1536
Bay rd Arnold Piskin, director;
(amp Ma-Ka-Bee, Miami YMHA
Branch. 450 SW 16th ave.. Charles
Plotkin. director; and Camp Noar.
North County YMHA Branch. 14036-
NE 6th ave.. Donald La Belle, di-
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Senators Hubert H. Humphrey, of Minnesota, and Thomas H.
Kuchel, of California, majority and minority whips, head 10 members
the Senate who have called on the Kennedy Administration "to
aki e< ry possible effort to eliminate discrimination against Amer-
ns in foreign countries." Those joining in the bi-parlisan
letter to Secretary of State Dean Rusk, include Alan Bible of Nevada.
Clifford Case of New Jersey. Dennis Chavei ol New Mexico. Thomas
J/ Dodd o: Connecticut, Warren G. V.agnuson of Wash ngton, Gale W.
VcGee of Wyoming, Leverett Saltonstaii of Massachusetts, and Mar-
Saret Chase Smith of Maine. They noted That Kennedy can withhold
to : itions discriminating against American citizens, such as Arab
League members who bar Americans of the Jewish faith from entering
1" eir countries.
Lewis H. Weinstein, Boston attorney who is chairman of Hie Na-
tional Community Relations Advisory Council, warmly welcomed
JFK'S comment at his press conference on the Supreme Court ruling
(r. public school prayers Signed columns by the Herald's John
Knight and the News" Bill Baggs showed a calm, intelligent approach
that was not shared by their newspapers' headline writers immediately-
after the historic decision ... Son of veteran Supreme Court Justice ;
Hugo Black has moved into the Stunehaven subdivision of Kendall.
Hugo, jr., is a lawyer who made the shift here from Alabama. New
student at Palmetto Elementary school in the fall will be Hugo Black,
III. Our newest citizen will lecture at the University of Miami

E. Albert Pallot's Biscayne Federal Savings and Loan Assn. ex-
pected to break ground any day now on Carol Way near SW 16th ave..
for its new branch. Pallot is a national governor of B'nai B'rith
Lawrence A. Wien, winter Palm Beach resident and brother of Miami
Beach's Leonard, has taken office as new president of Federation of
Jewish Philanthropies of New York President's Gold Medal of the
New York City Board of Higher Education went to Joseph Schlossberg,
president of the National Committee for Labor Israel, at graduation
exercises of Hunter College in the Bronx. The 87 year-old dean of
Histadrut movement in America is a member of the board, having
t.t-en named first by the late Mayor Fiorell LaGuardia .
Dr. William Lester, former Chief of Staff of Suburban Cook Coun-
ty Tuberculosis Hospital in Illinois, is new chief of chest medicine for
the National Jewish Hospital at Denver Jay Sweet, president of
the Southern Apparel Exhibitors, reports that the annual Resortwear-
Cruisewear Market Week of the SAE will be held Oct. 14 to 18 at the
Miami Beach Exhibition Hall, in conjunction with the Pan American
Faoshion Mart and the Miami Beach National Fashion Exhibitors
Three groups previously held separate showings at Beach hotels. Bill
Click's handling the publicity.
Mrs. Bess Mindes, of Surfside. is the energetic convention manager
fcr the 14th annual international convention of the American Natural
Hygiene Society, which is now being held at the Seville hotel .
Shimon Horn, vice president of Israel Investors Corporation, had an
optimistic report for IIC stockholders at last week's luncheon :; the.
Seville hotel which honored Maurice Revirx and Jack S. Pepick on
their election as national directors. Maurle is busy changing resi-
dences in Bay Harbor Islands, and both Revitz and Popick are pla.i-
riing major business expansions in the near future. Horn reported a
hike in the dividend rate from 4 to 5 percent Israel bonus senior
field representative Irwin Block readying for his annual Memphis.
vacation, where he and Gertie will show off their first bouncing boy

Interesting news on the Israel investment front The U.S.
Government's Export-Import Bank has granted a S2.000.000 loan to
Negev Phosphates Co. for construction of a $3,500,000 calcination plant.
!: will upgrade phosphate rock from 25 percent rating, as found in
Oron deposit in Negev. to 38 percent, one of highest ratings in world.
Shlomo Shamir, director-general of the phosphate industrial giant, is
ir, the United States arranging to buy kilns and other equipment .
Dick Pope, of Cypress Gardens, will be pleased to learn that .lantzen
Lathing suits and sportswear will be manufactured soon in Israel, un-
der an agreement with the Adereth Worsted Spinning Mill Co. Ltd. of
Tel Aviv. The familiar diving lady will appear on the products of the
joint company, to be called Jantzen (Israel) .
Foundation work well under way on new Tel Aviv Hilton hotel,
located between the Sheraton and Dan hostelries Rassco Israel's
annual report shows that the 28-year-old real estate and development
concern marshalled nearly S7.000.000 in foreign investments last year
Victor Bennahum, dynamic director of the Israel Government
Tourist Office, will visit Greater Miami at the end of summer. Tour-
ism continues to gain in importance, with steadily improving air and
tub service a major factor.
We were saddened by the death of Dean Samuel Sar, of Yeshiva
University, former national chairman of the American Committee for
Bar-Ilan University. Bar Dan's efforts in this country are now 10
years old This year also marks the 10th anniversary of the start
{'. the national campaign for the Albert Einstein college of medicine.
initiated by Michael M. Nisselson and ably carried on by Abraham
Zeiti, director of development for Yeshiva University.
e
One of the most unheralded but vital campaigns in the area is an
appeal for the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, the Wash-
ington-based group which edits the excellent Near Bast report. Jack
Popick, of Mechanics Uniform Service, is sending out letters for the
group, which lobbies against the powerful Arab League and for a posi-
tive program in the Middle East Interest mounting for Shalom
Cruise aboard Zim Lines crack SS Jerusalem on Now 8 to 20. Maurice
Reviti was to host a small group of communal leaders m Akiva Gof-
fer's office Thursday afternoon to plan for the 12-day Caribbean tour.
Temporary elections of Greater Miami Friends ol Israel will be held
Sunday morning. July 15, at Leonard Solomon's unique Miami Beach
home.
Hank Meyer's public relations program for National Airline- has
ed a major role in NAL's shift to the black Congratulations to
Sam Schneider, brother of News' Ben, for landing the Delta Airlines
p.r. account The Sam Simonhoffs again will vacation in North
Carolina, with Lillian readying ambition- program for Women's Divis-
ion of American Friends ol the Hebrew University Philanthropist
C\*r'** Cnarcow$kY arul viola nave stayed in Miami Beach longer this
year to catch up on household duties neglected during their time-
iinhuming activities for Hebrew Academy and other chanties.
Newly-elected officers of the Rabbinical Assn.
of Greater Miami are installed at a banquet
last week at the Sterling hotel. Left to right are
Rabbi Alfred Waxman, executive vice pres-
ident; Rabbi Morris Graff, treasurer; Rcbbi
David Shapiro, presider.l; Rabbi Solomon
Schifi. vice president; end Pcrbbi Max Lip-
schitz. secretary. Rabh: Eugene Labovitz was
in charge of the program.
Police Arrest Two Nazis on Flagler
Two Nazis were arreste.t early
Tuesday in downtown Miami as a
crowd of several hundred onlook-
ers shouted epithets at them and
threatened them with bodily harm.
The men. wearing khaki uniforms
with swastika armbands, carried
crudely-made placards which read:
"85'" of convicted Communists are
racial Jews. Jews can be criticiz
ed too."
One of the men. Roger C. Foss.
received national notoriety in Au-
gust, 1960 when he revealed that
he ha.l received S500 from Valentin
M. Ivanov, then First Secretary of
the Russian Embassy in Washing-
ton, after telling Ivanov that he
had been thinking of emigrating
to the Soviet Union.
To ether with his companion.
Gene Shalander, the duo were spir-
ited away by Miami Metro Police
when someone In the crowd jump-
ed one of them and tore his placard
away. Until that time, and for a
period of about 20 minutes, the
Nazis performed their picketing
duties in silence.
Apparently, the Nazis had arriv-
ed from Arlington, Va.. headquar-
ters of the American Nazi Party,
in order to picket the Congress of
Racial Equally convention in Mi-
ami last weekend, but the Rock
well henchmen got their wires
crossed.
The CORE gathering was well
over by the time the} arrived for
the assignment. Tnc men admitted
to police Tuesday that they were
working under the auspices of the
American Nazi Party in Arlington
The picketing t Flagler St., before the Seybold
building, and was apparently aim
ed at the Anti-Defamation League
oi B'r.ai B'rith. whose Florida of
fice is maintained there.
A Dadt County AMI State At-
torney, who declined to be quot-
ed, -aid it was his understanding
that the men hr.e been taken into
protective custodj 1r their own
safety. But Metro Poliet later re-
vealed that Pom ar,c Shalander
wen arrestec for disturbing the
peace. a#Mtu.':;r.p i relic* officer,
inciting to riot, tad possible
vagrancy
Pots, 33. is lfrmer University
of Minnesota studtr.t Following
the expose of hi> contact with the
Russian Embassy in Washington
last year, he said th* Federal Gov-
ernment had atked him to register
as a foreign agent
At the time. Ivanov called the
Foss account a hoax, and was quot-
ed as saying T: must be an in-
vention Post later declared that
he always had been a Nazi at
heart When he was thinking of
emigrating to Russia Ivanov per ,
suaded him to seek a government
job in Washhtjton
Durint fa contact with the Sov-
iet Official, Pott was .. cook in
New York City.
rot sftTM MfairM visit the
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July 14 Classic
At Biscayne Oval
With mest of the state's top
greyhounds campaigning this sum-
i mer at the Biscayne Kennel Club,
early nominations for the 13th run-
ning of the SlO.OOOplus All Florida
Championship on July 14 shape
the classic up as a Miami contest
Presiding .Indue William Mo.....
who's officiated at all runnings 11
the stake, believes a few challen-
gers from upstate arc still in the
rumor state.
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Ray Gerard. Hod Fork Kennel
trainer, has Big Gossip resting for
a possible rei i al of his 1961 title-
winning run. Beach Comer is th<
only greyhound to turn the trick
twice, In 1948 and 1949. Red lurk
also ha.- named Mandj Girl and
Dustj Mandy, litter sisters oi Big
Gossip, as candidates
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J3ar <7l4itzvali Co,w"P Lubavitcher Rebbe Recalled
T'llv 14. or 12 (lavs in Ihn U.'hrpw g,^,-^ ____
\i a gift to subscribers, The Jewish Florid a- w"! present free
;or the asking a corsage to each mother of a 3ar or 3as Mitzvah.
Jeques's 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 o the ceremony,
riome address and telephone number. The corsage will be
forwarded to you courtesy of Blackstone Flower Shops in time
for the occasion.
Alfred Schulberg
Jar Mitzvah of Alfred Ronald,
of Mr. and Mrs. David Schul
r^. 243-1 SW 26th In., will take
Ice "i Saturday morning. July
Lit tin 1-raelite Center. Rabbi
^rtn Malavsky will officiate.
tonald is an honor student in
Israelite Center religious school,
attenis eighth .jrade advance-
(nt group of Shenandoah Junior
feh lit has made Honor Letter
scholastic achievement there.
)tit ol-t.wn guests at the Satur
ceri: ny will r>e Mr. and Mrs.
I S< rs and Mr- Max Singer,
Trim. '. Kiddush in Alfred's
Ft->r wiJJ tollou
*
Jeffrey Schr
labbi Sheldon Steinmetz will of.
pate at "he Bar Mitzvah of Jef-
Scheef on Saturday morning.
i 7. a: Congregation Yehudah
she
effrej is the too >t Mr. and
- Raymond Scheer Kiddush
ccptioi, > iU be held In hi* honor
lowing the services.
tie Bar Mitzvah is a student at
rih Miami Junior Hi^h. and has
fended Popiel religious school.
Jol Berr
[Tempi* Zion will be the site of
Bar Mitzvah >f Joel Stephen
Irger <-r. Saturday warning, July
|ith Rtbbi Alfred Waxman of
bating,
Joel i> :he son >f Mr and Mrs.
Bert*r. and grandson of Mrs.
e Beritr and Mr and Mrs Sam
lusmar.
In i- th gra i..- h > >r student
kWest Miami Junior High, he is
n ; nt of a science award,
plai to continue his studies
|tht- c iirmati >ci class of the
kpU
rrivic, from Long Island, NY.
bi n ;.nd Mr- Meyer Par-
Mi and Mrs V.hur Hans
Mr nd Mr-, lack Hausman.
and ;rs. Alvin Bergman, Mr
Mrs Alan Lewis, and Mr. and
St< en Park iff
|i Idusl will folio in Joel's
or
Mark linden Thomas Weiss
science hobby awards. He is a
Boy Scon;
Out-of-town quests due here for
thi- occasion are h;s grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Max Lindenberg;
aunt and uncle. Rabbi and Mrs
Joshua Lindenberg; and another
aunt and uncle. Mr and Mrs. Mel-
vin Madison, ail of New York City.
Kiddush will follow the Bar Mitz-
vah ceremony in Sirkin Hall Re-
ception will be held in Mark's hon-
or Sunday evening at the Deauville
hotel
Thomas Weiss
Beth Telfilah Congregation will
be the site of the Bar Mitzvah of
Thomas Weiss on Saturday morn-
ing. July 7 Rabbi Joseph F. Rack-
ovsky will officiate.
Thomas is the -on of Mr. and
Mrs Paul Philip Weiss, of 630 Le-
nox ave., Miami Beach Beach. He
has been a student at the Hebrew
Academy for the past eight years.
Thomas i- an outstanding student
in human anatomy and social -tud-
; in the fall His hobbies include
stamp and coin collect 1114
At the Bar Mitzvah ceremony,
he will read from the Torah. in
addition to chanting the Haftorah.
Kiddush and buffet will follow in
his honor
'uly 14. or 12 days in the Hebrew
month of Tamuz, is a day of great
historical significance to Luba-
vitcher Chasctdim the world over.
It is the day on which the previous
Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Joseph
Isaac Schneersohn, sixth in a line
of Lubavitcher Rabbis, was releas-
ed trom imprisonment in Soviet
Russia.
I .Rabbi Schneersohn was born in
Lubavitch on the same day, the
12th of Tamuz. in the Hebrew year
of 5640 (1880). His great-great-
grandfather. Rabbi Schneur Zal-
man of Liady, was the founder of!
the Chabad Chassidic movement.
Chabad is an abbreviation of three
words standing for wisdom, under-
standing and knowledge.
Rabbi J. I. Schneersohn was
initiated into this field at the age
j of fifteen, when his father appoint-
I ed him as his personal secretary.
The position of Jews under the
j Czarist and the Communist regimes
j was most difficult, and the Luba-
vitcher Rabbis continually inter-
ceded on behalf of their brethren.
Many times the intercessions were
crowned with success. During the
Russo Japanese war in 1904. Rabbi
Schneersohn was active in the cam-
paign inaugurated by his father to
provide the Jewish soldier on the
Far Eastern front with Matzoth for
Passover. But generally, his ener-
getic and far-extending public ac-
tivities, plus his constant battle
against local and central authori-
ties, aroused the displeasure of the
then Czarist regime.
During h years 1902-1911, Rab-
bi Schneersohn was arrested four
times. Since the governmental
inquiries could find nothing in-
criminating in the Rabbi's activi-
ties, he was released each time
with a stern warning.
When his father passed away in
the year 1929. Rabbi Schneersohn
was asked by the entire Chabad1
world to assume full responsibil-
ity of leadership. Conditions for j
the Jews were terrible, and the'
young Rabbi faced a task that re-1
quired superhuman effort
His struggle against those who
wanted to undermine Jewish relig-
ious observance became even more
bitter, for the Jevsekztia, a notor-
ious anti-religious organization af-
filiated with the Communist re-
ffobbi
J. I. Schneersohn
Rabbi
M< M. Schneersohn
Rabbi
Abraham KoH
Mark Linden
lr\ -g Lehrman ill officiate
Bl Mitzvah u Mark, -on ol
and >Irs Irving Linden, on
i rning, I ily '. at Tem-
Emani El.
11k 1 mpleted seventh grade
nrtr Miami Juri >r High He
1 net in 'h-' school or-
- (.:: the m's Honor
i eh '. ." ''ship and
Treasury Unfolds Four-Year
Economic Plan for Development
gime. resorted to all types of in-
timidation in their determination
to hinder the Rabbi's efforts. The
relentless struggle came to an end
in the summer of 1927. when the
Rabbi was arrested and placed in
solitary continement in the notor-
ious Spalerne Prison in Leningrad.
The Rabbi's life was now in im-
minent danger, for a death sentence
had already been passed, but
thanks to intervention by leading
foreign statesmen, including for-
mer President Hoover and the late
Sen. William E Borah, of Idaho,
the Rabbi's life was spared.
Instead, the Rabbi was exiled to
Kostroma in the L'rals. Again giv-
ing way to great pressure by prom-
inent foreign statesmen, the au-
thorities released the Lubavitcher
Rabbi on his birthday.
After his release, the Rabbi left
for Riga. Latvia, where without
pausing for rest, he renewed his
activities. He began by estab-
lishing a Yeshiva there. In the
year 1929, the Rabbi visted Israel
and then traveled to the United
States.
Returning to Europe, he con-
tinued his varied activities and in
order to have better facilities for
hi- work, he took up residence in
Warsaw, Poland, in the year 1935
The activities of the Lubavitcher
Yeshivoth in Poland now gained
considerable momentum, and at-
tracted scholars from all parts of
Poland and other countries, includ
ing the is
Storm broke out again 111 Sept
1939 with Europe in the throes of
a second world war. The Rabbi
refused every opportunity to leave
Warsaw until he had taken care of
his Yeshivoth and done everything
possible for his -uffenng brethren
in the Polish capital The Rabbi
remained there throughout the
siege and bombardment of Warsaw
and its final capitulation to the
Nazi regime. His suffering and
narrow escape under terrific bom-
bardment were not in vain He
had managed to evacuate a great
many of his students, and all the
American boys who had been study
ing at the Lubavitcher Yeshiva :a
were transported safely back to
the IS
The Rabbi came to America oi
the ninth of Adar I Mar 191 in 194)
to establish a World Torah center
here.
He subsequentiy established Yes-
hivoth and Torah schools throi.
out the U.S.
The Rabbi founded the Machane
Israel and the Merkos L'lnyonei
Chinuch organizations and issued
a monthly journal as the official
organ of the Chabad movement.
The organizations he established
are devoted to the general
strengthening of Orthodox Juda-
ism throughout the world and
dedicated to every phase of Jew-
ish education. This includes the
establishing and maintaining of
schools for boys and girls, the
organization of Jewish youth into
religious observance groups and
circles, contact with servicemen,
publication of textbooks and all
other books pertaining to religion
and the Chabad philosophy in
more than ten languages, and
maintaining camps throughout
the U.S. and the world.
Rabbi .loseph Isaac Schneersohn
passed away on the 10th day >f
Shevat, after thirty years of leai-
ership as head of the Chabad move-
ment, which now continues under
the present Lubavitcher Rebbe. and
head of Chabad. Rabbi Menachem
Mendel Schneersohn.
A local office of Merkos L'lnyonei
Chinuch is at 2971 Sheridan ave.,
Miami Beach, tinder the director-
ship of Rabbi Abram Korf. a gral-
uate of the Lubavitcher Rabbinic'.
College of Brooklyn.
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JERUSALEM iJTA) The
Treasury'.- Economic Development
Authority submitted this week a
four-year plan tor economic devel-
opment which envisages a 20 per-
cent annual increase in exports to
raise export earnings from $441,-
noo.000 last year to 11,020.000,000 in
19)16 and to cut the foreign trade
deficit from $400,000,000 to SL'oi",
000.000
The report 1- submitted to the
Cabinel s Vlinisterial economic com-
mittee. The next stage will be
preparation of .1 detailed program
for each of the four years and for
sack branch of the economy. The
plan projects a population increase
of 110.000 annually, including 72.-
000 immigrants, to reach a total of
2.500.000 in 1966.
The plan projects an increase in
national output of nine to ten per-
cent annually and a limitation of
the increase in annual per capita
consumption of 2.5 percent as com-
pared with an average annual in-
crease of five percent during the
1951-59 period.
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Exhibit of the Jewish Book Council of America was arranged
by the Greater Miami Bureau of Jewish Education for the
recent national exhibit here of the American Library Assn.
The exhibit featured the bust of Albert Einstein by the noted
English sculptor. Sir Jacob Epstein. Seen is Mrs. Joseph Dun-
tov chairman, of the Bureau's library committee and chair-
man of the exhibit committee. The committee also included
Mrs. Joseph Abolow, Mrs. David Muskat. and Mrs. Anna
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+Jelst fhricfiari
Friday. July 5, 1962
f Hias Assistance to Immigrants
Up Fifty Percent Over 1961
_ "The naturalization Iftislanicc
NEW YORK JTA
migration assistance pi i "

First photo of location of Me Ami. Israel. Jewish National Fund supported in part by the
shows groups of workers clearing and de- Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Mi-
stoning area, named in honor of Greater Mi- ami. of which Leon J. Ell is president,
ami Jewry. Land is being cleared by the_____________________________________
r U.S. to 5,000 persons an
resettlement assistance
the United Hias S rvice was 50 Al.,,,,.,-, to so migrants
net-cent nightr durm tne t::": rived '" prior y,'ar" ''
{ l962 than in ,. ial integration lo
four^mon^ ^corners in Israel.
and in 1961 It was
expectations, it was i Half Million Grant lo NYU
week bj James P B
executive direct W YORK JTA |
5500.1 00 by David Schwan
tion Jewish industria
The curl :l"' ''"" ,llu'''1' :-
,..,.'. t les i medi
to n w York Universitj
. est iati unced hei -..
Leidesdi rf. chaii
rhe pavilioi
M Is in 18 roo
for David at d
| Cuba, The i rani v ill l
David Schw irti I
,. exp ted founda
:
rants an ston.
new h imes
anada and Aus-
United Hias Service, a benefic
iary of the Greater New York
United Jewish Appeal, assisted
close to 2,150 Cuban Jews to mi-
grate and resettle in 1961, and,
at the present rate of asistance,
an additional 1,500 Jewish ref-
ugees from Cuba will receive mi-
gration aid from the agency by
the end of 1962, Rice indicated.
Ni rth Al
this year
UNIQUE!
MAGNIFIQUE!
Miami Experts are Heard at Atlantic City Confab
Six Greater Miami expert? in [cms affecting American Jews, the' tbority of the Caseworker in
health and welfare work played nation, and mankind at the 64th an- Home for the Aged. SAnrtt pre.migration aid; provide pre
,,. nual meeting of the National Con- man appeared -n a presentation |' rocessina and migration
leading parts in grappling with ference o( fewisb Communa, s. ,.Bureau ,, ()f Nation^ J^togTcSng conTult.tions
In addition to rescue services,
the agency's plans in 1962 call for
vital assistance in order to: serve
10.000 relatives and sponsors of
prospective immigrants with s
many of the knottiest social prob-
CcM. ir-Cond. (Ind. Cont.
ROMWELL <
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Rooms ard all other Rooms in the
House One Price None Higher.
00 PER PERS. DAILY No rate
Dble. Occup. increase
$450PERDAY July 4
Single Occup. August
Now Until S-pt. 28
vice, held recently at the Ambass ( .uncil oi Jewish f.aucauii. u. wj h ,nernim.nt officials, for 1.,
ador hotel m Atlantic City, NJ which Berger was; scheduledto act. ns who wi|, b(, par, of
They were Leon D. Fisher, exec* aj .^^MP}*. J&J** the agency's registered caseload
in Europe, North Africa and the
Middle East; translate searches
for missing relatives all over the
ish V'ocat. ii.il Service
as recorder.
. in a session on 'Leisure Time for
tive director, Jewish Family a:'.,i .
Children's Service. Dr Michael _. ,
cutive director. Jew Donald B Hurwitt. of Ph. add-
Maurice pnia, president of the National
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world into happy family reunions
for 2,500 persons through location
activities directed from agency of-
fices in the U.S. and Israel; pro
vide 2.100 persons with necessarj
bert 7. Berger, assistant director. "' Jewish welfare activity from h(>||) t|) acnieve an adjustment of
Bureau of Jewish Education; and throughout the United States and (h(Mr status ,n ,,,,. s
Charles PI kin, of the Senior Citi- l "'"' '' ____
The conference was the scene of
an annual exchange .if information
and i(U'.i- on the latest develop
ts in child care, care of the
.i ied, family service, hospital and
health care, vocational adjustment,
ition, Jewish education, com
tj relations, migration and aid
i refugees, as well as community
planning, budgeting, and adminis-
Pearls ii is discussant tration of health and welfare pro-
a sessi in on Freedom and Au- grams
F'carlstein, executive director. Jew-
ish Home for the Aged; Louis Service, announced that they join-
Schwartzman. executive director. ^ "'<>< -''""' men a,ld womc"
Bureau of Jewish Education; Her- professional workers in every field
Tens Division, Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center.
Fish : '-: part in a sessi in
on "Prii .it- Practice in R>
to Agency Practice." Dr. c; i id-
man was '. rd in a discussi
ci local services on "Social and
Vi \i',' Adjustment Problems
oi \, .'. Iy-An l\ e l Refugees
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Henry Gilbert will represent this Dr Benjamin aiazar, interim-
area at an international conference tionally known archaelogoisl and
of the One Million Dollar Round former president and rector of He-
Table in Montreal, Canada brew University in Israel, will join
Gilbert, life insurance analyst the faculty of Brandeis University,
jand consultant of 12070 NE Miami I)r Mazar. who held his posts at.
i pi.. No. Miami, will attend the eon-l Hebrew University tor tune years
clave of the world's noted insur- before resigning in 1961. will be
ance authorities July 15 to 19 at visiting professor of arttiaeology
the Queen Elizabeth hotel. for the fall semester at the liberal
The annual meeting of the honor- arts university. He will be a mem
I ary organization is devote i to tax ber of the Department of Mediter-
forms. seminars on estate-planning, ranean studio
discussions, and conducting of idea
Irena Rukina and Mark
Moravsky will be featured in
an evening of Yiddish humor
and sketches on Sunday,
8:30 p.m., at the Farband Cul-
tural Center, 842 Washington
ave.
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exchanges for interpretation of life
insurance for the farailj or i
ness use
Rabbi Shapiro to Speak
Rabbi Norman \. Sh ipiro ,vill be
guest speaker on the "Jewish Wor-
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ver ch. 10 W\ :iv. R .
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r, July 6, 1962
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Prominent Briton Passes
LONDON (JTA) Sir Edward !
LEGAL NOTICE
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE UNDER F.CTITIOOS
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ind lcwt-.li r-nmmunal l,i-nlr ,ii.,,1 '*" undersigned, desiring to engage In lh< undersigned, desiring in _
.Hid jewun communal leader, died bualnew. undei lh. rictftlotfs na.......f In business undei Hi. fictitl
here thii week at the age of 70. fedco niHcorxT centers'
He waa a member of the council t-.
.>! the Anglo-Jewish Assn., and a "
lirector of the Palestine Electric
corporation.
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in.- with Hi.- Clerk of the Cln ill name with thi Clerk of the Cli i
..mi ui Dade County, Kkrlda i irl of l'iol. County, Klorl ...
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NOTICE UNDER
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Salk with cor.-.rr.er.datory plaque at organization's recent
inial convention. Dr. Salk will dire;: ;'.--? Salk Institute
iBiolcaical Studies it San Dieqo. Ca'.::
rbin Named UF Unit Chairman
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Beach, h II a. chair- raising im of l te !ombined
if the Special i committee Jewi-h \p\ .1 Temple Beth'
' Miami B*a 1 t*>2 fall cam- Sholom rRiMtuEoilliam
oi the United F nd, it was Metro in Alexander i'.' miant'
by Ernest Gordon h associate; T,, THmi"t'nn.uljiSimGt
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chairman. mittee. .. Cincinnati. Ohio
1 1 are hi reb) notified thai h Bill
if 1 "..iii|.i 1 iin f..i 1 livon hi- 1... n
filed agaiiiHl you, and v>u are re
O/
notice by publication
in the Circuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit of
florida in and for dade
county. in chancery.
No. 62C 7128
NEHHA I.1ISA MARHESIC,
I'lain 1 Iff.
\ .-
RAl' I. Kl H'ARI MARI 'Ksir.
I'.-i. n.I..in
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tl It A I I. Kl M Mtliil M \l;l .|:s|i ,
8" Road, Apt I'"
KoreKl Hill.-. N. York
You II VII. EIH'AKIki MAltl iKsii"
I.-, notified thai i Bill of i "om-
.11 ill N STRCNIN
I 111 1: roH \n
A- Kxi 1 iton of thi 1. 1-' '
Ti ma men I nl SIMl IN STRI NIN
1 .. -.
1 M I INKKL Attorni )
ill K i Streei
Vila 12, Klorida
Attorm fi C :
1-20-31
IN THE CIRCUiT COURT OF T-S
1ITH JUDICIAL DISTRICT IN A\3
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. NO 62C 638i
I \ I'll \'i:i' ". ICRTEEN,
.. widow,
i'lali '
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It
to nerve a i*o|>) "' youi Answer iilalni foi Divorce hae been filed WILLIAM I STONE anil
l1 r I 0 l'1- : "'- to tlo Bill of Com plain I ngnlm-i you, and vim an re *'"*"- -.ii the plaintiff"!. Attorney, Ronald servi ., coin ol your \n-.- or flead- ","1 |,-KNKST Vl" N',; md
\. ,.. Levy, 1110 X K Ittrd Street, North mil.- to the Bill'ol Com|ilainl on thi M.ICE Y'oCNM, hi* wlfi
DR. SAMLEL S'Kli^ .^..
14 Rlirrlti m N iir\h n ire M ',': '' ""' '
. 1, earn. I ler fal
the ai :.-. .,--.-_ s.., .
- 1 1 .Newman
the orlit- plaintiffr Vttorne) AINSLEK II.
leading in the office KKRI'IE, 1782 Weel I Street
..f the Clerk ..f the Clrcuil Courl on Miami, Klorida, and file ih, original
befoi'i the .-Hi da> of AURUet, 1882 Annwei Heading in thi offlci nl
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thi Mian ,. \ ^- bj Riverside
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WAS ROSS MILLER
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Lodge 1 [ ate her husoand,
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in. .-. M ij 28 iii
i: m ha \it .m i.i
II .i fail to do -... jii'lmii.-iii bj .1.- the Clerk -.f the Clrcuil Courl oi
I be til ken agnlnsl you for the befuri the .iili da) I Vui 1862 If
you fall to do |ud in. in bj di -
fault ill bi laki n analnsl yi
the rellel demanded in thi Rill ..i
'ompla in'
Tin- notice shall I.,- published once
each .-.-k i.,i f,.ui I'onsecutlvi weeks
in THE JE 1SII KLoRiUlAN.
I MINE \\|. i IRPEREP at Miami
I oi Ida this -'i-ili da; of Jum \ 11
186!
K B I.EATHERMAN Cli k
'ii.-uii i 'ourt, I .>!.- Count}. fi-. i Ida
iseal) Bj K m LYMAN,
Depiit) Clerk
MNsl.KK It l-Kltl'IK
Attorne) f..i Plaintiff
Hi K M LYMAN,
I'.-pun Clerk
nee RONALD II LEVY
e.| III- N" I-: 163rd Street
.\..i th Miami Reiu-h, Kan Ida
S,ir\ Ivll .-ir- hi ivifi
.ji M Pi
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MRS LILLIA-. i/*JS)
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AMENDED ORDER OF
PUBLICATION
Ti William I Stone and
i ., illne Stom his lfe,
i Van i 'ourtland Hotel,
I I. W. -t 18th Street,
Ni V.,ik. S. Yo k
You .H her, b) nottfli .1 thai it
imeniled bill >.f complaint for
: Insure of .i mortgage, haa i
filed .iiiain^t you in thi abovi -t\l--i
court covering thi following desci
.- I...I 12, Block of ORANOE
in:i.;nrs. Dade County, Rorl-
da, accoi ding to the Plat th.
rded In Plal Book II, I
:' ,.i He Public Records .i -,.i
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COMPANY, INC.
llectricai Cofi/focfors
ISIDETNTI^L COMM KUL
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HI 34''22
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORDA IN ANO FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 6328
\\ II.1.1 A M la iRNSTEIN an.I
KA li: S It. IRNSTEIN,
llffs,
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RICHARD K IUXCAN ui,I
I Kl IZAIIKTII M, IH'NCAN
iN'oKMAN I MEYER and MAIt.lA
HARRY SACHS It MEYER, anil UEiiRtlE L.
'. i ive Miami Mi kknna mid II ELAINE
Mi) H ime here MoK EN.NA
l lefendani -
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To flEORC.K I. Mi KKNNA and
B ELAINK Mi KENNA
'heal mil A\ enue
Teanei k, Ni \\ Jerae)
v.,I ARK HKHKUY StlTIMKD lhal
* Complalnl to Korecloae Mortgag
IT8SW FlaglerSt.. Ml..... ::. Kl., jailngwl. Klorida. and file the
answei in the otflca of th- Clerk .if
20-27
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;o years N Yoi k in
-,,- .rival eatlgator.
I '. ith i, Ham ind
. : -. i Services were
tive-siJe Meina lal i "hapel,
Alton I
MRS JENNtc SCHNEIDER
-....,- I May il
She '-' i ago I mn
\l |itan. N.J .n.: iri
I ighlers,
Moi i- I
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni TICK is HEREBY tll\ EN thai
the undersigned, desiring In engagi in
l.ii.-iii. -- ui di thi fli tltious i......
DEO IRITK .n 823 S W I I Irrt St .
Miami 68 Kl.....la ml. nils I
said name Ith the I "lei k ol thi i 'li -
cull Courl ol I'.i.i. Count' rlorlda
HARRY I. RICHARDSON
WALTER I Mil ; ISK I
At li rue) fin Appll
7 .;- I : 20-2i
the Clrcuil Court on "i before the
20th da) of July, l62 li you fail
t.. do bo a docrae pr......nfeaso will
. entered gainst > ..w for tlo* I
. -1-,! m thi .,ii n :. ,l .
I lated tin- lMh da of Juni
K I". LEATHERM \N
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NOTiCE UNDER
f.ctitious name law
N'iiTICE IS HEREBY lilVEX thai
tlo im.:. ,i ing to engagi In
I. i-: n. -- unit Ihi I;- ; i: i,.ii- it.mi, ,,:
, 'lui.l ,n- 11.an Sui -.i -. -, his
n 11 Mil .- W imiIi Strei i. Perrim Kloi
nain.
in ol
, i Uhl in I
m n
GENERAL AUTO REPAIRS
WOODY'S TEXACO SEBVIlli
Lubrication Spscialiits Gas Oils latreriii Tirai
ntenib said
.: 111. Clerk ol lb- Clrcuil
ii, i|iiartei ol Section S, D ; County, Klorida
South, Itaiigi 18 l"..,-t. I.ROI.A l"si KANo
...n^ In i'.i.i.- County, soli mvnei
Rosellbl v Itosi In a Ri -in., i,
, .1 agnlnsl you, and u Attorneys for -ipplh-ani
, i :.. -,i \.- ., > .,p) of youi "_ 6-1*1-20-1
i ii Pleading to Ihi Complalnl in the CIRCU.T COURT OF THE
a i iiiniiii-. attorneys, CAID1N iith judicial district in and
COTHENBERU, S0J Biscil) n. Bllilil FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
Miami ;-'. Klorida, anil '
70 n.w. 5tk mar
"Stnht wit* Smitt'
ntONI f* 3 9533
laby Die-Dee Diaper Service
"If 4 I*'I I MIAMI'S t I f S T
Exclusive laundry for Diapers and Baby Clothes
" N.W. 10th AVENUf
PHONi Fc>s*J
Miami .:.'. hlorlda, anil file lh*
.ii.-ni.il Answer oi Pleading In the
......r ill. i "lerk ol hi i 'In ull
i".utt ..a ... befi re the -111 da) of
Vugust, 1862 If .-ii fall to do so.
in,lniii.nl b) default ill be taken
ii*.iiii-t *..>11 for the rellel demanded
n lb.- i 'out).I ilnt.
11 VTEI' thla Srd da) of Jul). 1862
i: II |.E VTHERMAX, Cli rk.
Circuit Court, lai. County, Klorida
, -. ,'i By: K M LYMAN,
l ..put. Clerk
THE McCUNE COMPANY
CONSULTANTS APPRAISERS
MIAMI
Established 1914
FRankUn 3-7796
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts ot 1941
File AA.207J3
NuTICi: IS HEREBY lilVEN thai
Hlaleah Renlt) .v Investment Corp
holder of County Tnx Sale Cartlflcati
No, 1686 laaiMd the lal day of June.
A I- 19*0, haa filed -am,- In my office,
and haa mada application foi > tax
deed to bi Issued thi reon Said (' r
iiiu.it.....nbracea the following de-
il- I i.....i I v in Hi. I ',.uiil > of
Hade, State ..f Florida, lo-wll
Uil '" I'.lo. k I -I-
Hlaleah nib Addn., Plal Book -
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Stati il l loi Ida,
The aaaei sinenl ol said pmpi 11
i he i 'i certificate >..- In the
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deemed i n I inn i<. law, i hi prop-
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door -.n i hi firm Moudai In Ihi n onth
i \ 1962, hli ii i- he '.Hi dai
i till-, a .1 .i.i k ,,f Jul) 1963
K B LEATHERMAS i "I- rk I
irl I m.i.- Count) i- tla
Bj K M LEEI'ER
l '.-.. it) "lerk
7,6-13-2 '-^7
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Te
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 62C 6623
IRKNK VKRi >NIC V B" 'VH.
Plaintiff,
\ -
Ull.KIWI B Rl iVI '.

SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TH Wll.l.l \.M i: I'.nYI'
I I'M Hi ss Stn t. s,nith
Hamilton, mi i
' 'an.i,l.
You are hen hereby notified I -'
., im ,,i Complaint t.'i Divorce haa
i. n ni. ,i agalnsl you, an I you are
requite.1 lo aorvi a cop) of your An-
.. i .a Pleading t" th. BUI of Com-
plaint "ii iio plalnttfl \"-a ney,
I'M I. K WITS BY. ESQ., 126 Lincoln
Ri ad, Miami Bi ai h, Klorida, and :ile
iii. ,,i Iglnal An.-" r Pb ailing la
Ihi ..tit. ol ilu Clerk ol Hi- Circuit
i "ourt ......r i" i.i. iii- 'i da.) of
Julv, 1962. If you fall i" .1" -'. Judg-
ment by default iii bi taken agalnat
i. r Hi i demanded In the BUI
Id i 'omplalnl
Thi.....in shall bi publish! .1 -nit
a cop) .a \,.ur answer i- thi suit In THE JEWISH ELORIDIAN
for divorce filed*agHlnsI you. on plain- IKiXE ASt> ORDERED ,i Miami
attorne) \\ Kenl Jameson, Kkirlda this 18th da) June, A.D.
:.. i \w :.,iii -i Miami Klorlrts and 1962
in. Hi. original with tl,. Clark ol E H LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
th. Courl ..ii or i..!.,i. .'i.tii da) ..f Clrcuil Court, Dadi County, Klorida
July. 1962, .a judgment by default n'lrciill Con ; Si ill
ili i entered agalnsl you B> I SNEEDEN
Dated this i -1 ti da) .( Juni 196! Deput) Cl*rk
i: It LEATHERMAN I All. KWITNE1
Clerk of Circuit .'..uit i*n Lincoln Roa
B) M CAVALARIS Miami B-ach, l-l.-ii.ia
1 leputy "let k mi. i a, \ foi Plaintiff
: :'. 2S 7 '. 1,1 6 22, .': 7 >, 13
IN CHANCERY NO 62C6626
I' I, IHN BENANTI,
Plaintiff,
\ -
HELEN i BEN\Nil
I., fendanl
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
Tl II. len .1 Bi nanii
k .. Jos \\ Wi Igand
n\......land \ -.
i '.'lunil-ii- I. i ilu,.
^'<.'I an hereb) notified t- -.
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|ay. July 6, 1962 Ifwisti fkridlicir Pcge 7-A '* ilice Fire on Jewish XsurrdY in Argentina BENOS AIRES (JTA) Ton continued to prevail here JJJ Jews i'i Argentina, followja clash between police and kh youths guarding a suburban Jgoeuc from possible atacks by jStni'tichooligans A police intor and one Jewish youth ware dad in the e*oh*une <>f f*rc. • ke police were watching the Bh youths from a Germanic Volkswagen car which is not lly used by police authorities, car provoked suspicion on the of the Jewish guard and was kfore stopped by the Jewish thThe youths asked the oc ints — who later turned out to Mieamen in civilian clothes— lentify themselves As the Jewyouths demanded that the ocints show their identification imonts, the latter opened fire. jr.'lin; one of the .lews The rish youths returned the fire. seriously w< undine, a police inspector. .Meanwhile, two Argentine young men were arrested, both admitting membership in ultra Bght-wing organizations, both ted. One, found carrying a Ivolver, was caught by medical udents during a demonstration )ainst anti-Semitism. This man, -year-old Jorge SteHem Soler, imitted he was a member of anti-Semitic Tecuara movent. The ether, 17-year-old tn Daniel Zverko, was cap jred after several youths had roken a window and tossed a Aolotov cocktail into a Jewish tore. Zverko was found carrya package containing another slctov cocktail. He admitted nembership in the extremist • uardia Restauradora Nacionalita. Newish anxiety has grown since 119-year-old Jewish girl, Gracieia rota, was abducted by hooligans id subjected to disfigurement by [swastika cut into her body. While b< central Argentine Jewish orBnization. DMA. conducted a full jsiiiess stoppage protesting thai tack, a second atrocity came to !>r Carlos Adroguq. Minister of |)t Interior, declared at a press Inference here that the govern-* ^nt will respond to the series ol v.i Semitic atacks "in the most pious and most effective manner kssible, lie made that state tnt following a talk with Al Dt President Guido. The latter |c received a report on th-.' oc 111 rentes from the police Chief, uptain Horacio Knnques Green, ho hail been accused bj the Jewh community and b> man) leadArgentine educator-, news ipers and radio stations of la\it> probing the antl .Semitic attacks Sim e Miss Sirota is a student at pjenos Aires University, Dr. Ad-ui said, "I have asked the rec of Buenos Aires University. |j.d the faculties, to contact thine chief for guarantees of se jiity and order, requesting the Mice to repress any attack with (imutn energy." "The povernment." continued Dr \drogin '.read) to take con ;. effi ctiv< and effii ienl mea i ires. I", my opinion, the events ii • ti %  product of the pa s onatc i titude ol small sectors ol our population which are not systemitically enan. zed Bui rep stilion %  *4>.> v >n4* % end immunity, have iven a character ol gravity to the %  vents. The man in the street hiiiks that there is too much pas sivitj in repressing such actions. give you Ihe most absolute assurance that the government has an rrevocablc decision to act in the nosi serious, mosl effective man ler possible w.ih Ii means at its lup ,,. "Natural y, technical difficulties may have at times made difficult that application of concrete measures. But the Federal police and other Government organs have received strict orders an,1 I hope that, if there has been some laxr.ess, this will be modified in the most effective way." Police Chief Green was report•d rcliablj to base offered his cs'gnation as a result of the barges that he has been lax in allowing up on DAlA's protests l-Niinst anti-Semitism. The latest of these protests were filed with nni at least a week prior to tlu ittack on .Miss Sirota. and C'apt. Green reportedlj tailed ,even to repl> to the Jewish organization's notification that trouble was mounting. Green's resignation was report%  d by the government. But it was made clear here that the Minister >f the Interior, to whom (apt ireen Is directly responsible, has taken over personal jurisdiction of the entire series of anti-Semitic developments. Dr. Adrogue's assurances were. thus, seen as con firmation of the report that Cap! Green's jurisdiction over the anti Semitic attacks has been taken .iver by Dr. Adrogue personally The DAIA is particularly incensed ever Capt. Green's statement in which the police chief accused the Jewish crganiiation of "faking the law into its own hands" through last week's orotest business stoppage. The stoppage was widely supported bv many non-Jewish businesses which also closed their doors. In ;.:. i ;>i. letter ti Capt Green I nbjisbt d .n ;. I major Buenos AIMS newspaper; DAIA stated its officer."ha I read ith pr< found sui 11 is< ;•• ..;• < \; r< ssi< i attributing to DATA and t< other Jewish instil in ior.s an allegaiioi I nat they an ; 'menaci i ad taxing tne law Into :htir own hands." Respectiu always of legal norms, DAIA reject? categorically such stressing again that the DAIA on!; asks for punishment the cut] rit who have latelj disturb! '.: I iblic opinion, ;. irtit u'.arl; that ol the Jewish mmunitj In regard to the gravit.v ol the latest event, and in stres this orientation, the DAIA asked on Jun< 21 for an ur• interview with the police chief -v has m t been granted Rabbinical Council of America Meets; Convention Stresses Role of Religion itabhi Charles Weinberg, prcsi, dent ol the KabbniKal Council Ol I America, which represents 800 i Ortho ox rabbis and serves over j a million and a hall congregants 1 in the United Slates and Canada. %  early this week announced the appointment of Rabbi Albert K Schwartz, spiritual leader of Con gregation Shaarey Telfllah. Perth Aniboy, N.J., as chairman r>f the j national convention of the Rabbi i meal Council of America. Kabbi Weinberg appointed as associate chairman Rabbi Azriel j (. Weissman, spiritual leader of Derech Emunah Synagogue in New York City Rabbi Weissman i~ a graduate of Yeshiva University. The convention is being held from Thursday through next Wednesday. July 11. in the Waldman hotel on Miami Beach. Theme of the convention is: "The Developing Role of the Rabbi in Modern Society." The convention is stressing the importance ol "The Religious Approach to Social Integration." Among the topics discussed are the role of rabbis in such endeavors as public education, civil affairs, social action, and general Jewish, an.i non-Jewish communal set up on the national and international scene Nave flffiaf luilneis Mooting, Banquet, or Special Occasion # YouII And complete localities to exactly satiety your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade and) lubciyat Rooms, be it for 4 wedding or a private party a For Very Special Occasions... 3bE/bnwt COUNTRY CLUB'S CALCUTTA ROOM J ist imagine having the entire Diplomat Coi i xclusively for weddings, parties or spet ial d nners! Catc ... available i days a w< i k. There's no other room quite like the Calcutta Room in tl %  area! Unlimited free parking. 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Pace 8-A +Jewlst>FhrkAr*n Wday. Ju: %  3, .962 m t F% lEgypt'i Soviet .. h %  ZOA Elects Rabbi Nussbaum to Succeed Bressler =:: :M ___ __^_^^_^ .,, bfl ^aid cr< ( ires %  ,.,.,,, I __.. _. T^ ^rTT^" 1 ^ •/ ..,.,„ i. I f„rm,.rU .IUUI.MI been established, will be kept .%  concern the continued threats o the Arab countries to renew fullscale hostilities, threats escalated through the stepped-up flow of modern arms to the Arab countries, and in particular to Egypt, supplied by the Soviet Union." Thi> was followed by a rcM>!utu>n stressing thai economic develop merit f the Mi Idle Easl iretard ed by increased armexpenditure Continued aid to the region was ed, but the Government was asked to take into account "that i aid should nol contribute la the militarv build-up of :h">e >taiethreating tii.' stability of the entir appreciat n" President Kennedy's Middle East." peeting ; %  > this year's convention. /which the President voiced a A resolution deplored the rtft 'peace and prosperity in General Zionism"' and regretted :.-,, M Idle East." The ZOA urgthai efforts to unity the two exisl nment to taki :•ing World Confederations of Gen .., and stent measures to eral Zionists have tailed In the WASHINGTON (JTA' Th ( : :h annual convention ot the Zlon -• Organization of America concluded here Sunday with resolutions tailing upon the United states Government "to prtra for the settle;. agreement ZOA said, the Worl i t nfederation of General Zionists with which it iaffiliated should convene a world conference of all General Zionisl pgan zations that "are prepared to associate themselves with this of fort for units It was rest Ived that 'any M rl I union ot General Zionistmust provide for adequate representation and participation of the General How to increase your business profits*2 Zionists in Israel, formerl) divided and now happilj united Or. Max Nussbaum, of Los Angeles, veteran Zic.ist leader and rabbi of Hollywood's Temple Israel, was elected president of the Zionist Organization of America at the closing session of the convention. He succeeds Max Bressler, of Chicago. In his acceptance address, Dr Nussbaum disclosed that, during the convention, he conierred pr. vately with President Kenned) at he White House on Israel Amen is Dr Nussbaum said h was satisfied thai American nolicy has not changed from the views enunciated I > Presidenl K< n r.ed> a; a ZOA c invention in Augusl I960 He expressed a convii thai the Presidenl remained devoted to Israi I se< uritj and th jective <>t Near Eastern peace l>r Nussbaum stressed American econ omic assistance to Israel. Dr. Emanuel Neumann, honorarj president of the ZO \ and men;!" r ot the .lewish Agency executive, told the convention that "Ul ur confidence in the present \ ministration has been strained at certain moments, il hanot b( i impaired." 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Page 10-A +Jelsli HarAjftM" Friday, July 6. 1962 Argentina's Jews in Protest Against Anti-Semitic Outburst Israelite Center religious school recent confirmation exercises featured "We Believe" as theme of the service. Left to right are Rabbi Morton Malavsky, spiritual leader. David Silk, Gladys Malavsky, Lorraine Katz. Ellen Weiss. Steven Kirsner, and Ronald Katz. youth director. Israel's Friends Fear Foreign Policy Change Continued from Poge 1A large doses of anti-Israel feelings tbc Arab world which never has -e1 ded additional encouragement .: j way. The point is. that while, the U.S. has not turned anti-Israel, its new "be kind to the Arabs" campaign bas served to embolden the selfpointed leader of the Arab Midc lc East Nasser is able to point U increased U.S. tacit apprtnal State Department to all Arab actions against Israel. And while this ma) not be factually correct. V S actions can, and arc. being so rpre ted. It should be pointed out that Nasser's boasts of VA support .. : %  unst %  backdrop of two Berie Israeli reversals in the United Nations—last December's .,:, in the General Assembly a 16-nation resolution callfor direct Israel-Arab peace 1. kand last April's Security Council censure. The United States played an active role m both cases to the elt-iight of the Arabs and the consternation of Israel are obviously disturbed by what they see. For the first time in several years, Israel has officially expressed its misgivings over U.S. Middle Eastern policy. Within recent weeks. Israeli Ambassador Avraham Harnian has -pilled out in detail to Secretary Dean Rusk his government's concern While, obviously, the details of their discussion remains a j a.d a7 evidence closely guarded diplomatic secret. ; on the part of .belief is that it can serve to neutralize hostile feelings towards the VS. In this sense. Egypt is being likened to Yugoslavia. In pursuing this line, the State Department has overlooked some : vital factors. For one thing, Egypt continues its anti-American radio tirades—to say nothing of its verbal assaults against Israel. For another, it continues to purchase large quantities of its Soviet bloc nation arms, while claiming at the same time that it is striving to beef-up its economy at home. it is a fairly safe guess that Mar man raised: 1. the matter of the UN censure and the Security Council's failure to make any mention of Israelprovocation in connection with its retaliatory actions; 2. the already-apparent ferment being created by Nasser as a result of increased U.S. aid. The fact that Harnian met with Rusk within a couple of weeks af ter his return to Washington from a two-week recall visit to Jet al em gave acldei urgency ai a thenticity of Uw meeting Furtherfavor.te purchase more, the m-etinc was held ." the request of the Israeli amba ador The new U.S. policj if more friendship towards the Arabs items according to State Depart nent sources, from what it conWhat is perhaps most disturbing about the whole affair is the State Department's willingness to rationalize away all contrary evidence. It accepts—or seems to—Egypt's contention that its arm purchases arc f'r defensive purposes only. Bat i doesn't explain how longrang' one of Nasser's an be classified s "defense." As to the anti American tirades, and the stepped up prooneanda blasts against Israel. Department officials mark these up to Arab talk." but they avoid the real crux of the question which is why Nasser needs to conCcntinued from Page 1* he had infi rm< sidenl about 'tlit pro • presented 1 s the DAIA. Green said h< had BISM "exposed" to thi Presii ent the risk n presented by tin • m t In which t;.> Israelite .-. lation presents things, •.< gethci .'.'' the decision tiny took !c tl ••• justice in their i w n h^n..... meas ures of for<' H? was ked if the pe'ice had reached the conclusion that the conditions which the Jews were protesting did in fact exist. He replied: I have not the slightest doubt about that since the girl has the marks of it on her. What needs determining is in what manner this mark was made." Under further questioning, he said that the police had not come 'o any concisions as to the persons responsible for the attack on Miss Sirota. Ten of Argcntin;.'> mosl important daily newsparnrpublished a statement by the DAIA ir< the form of a paid advertisement, describing the nasons which ltd the organization to call on the Jewish community for the strilu protest The statement said thai tht brutal attack on Miss Sirota brought to a climax violei >• | %  > moted by I "Nazi terrorism." It pointed out that the instigators am executors of the criminal acts remaii free •thus creating conditions for the worst excess* The state roenl r i '< thai th Governme • I had r<;. lii i *ithou1 delay" ti thi MA protest but the DAIA .i ded that "th< extreme gravty" of the situatiot "cannot be solved merely wit) stateme nts as ;. .i> b< gathered fron the re' iterated att< mpts al listortioi bj son.i -i uri > s This was i refer once to thbroadcasts of twe ra dio stations which had ughi to mil i m anti-Se mitie • olenci The Argentine Socie'v cf Wri! ters issued a statement commentirg on the Government's publisher :r 'ique jnergeticelly conce-r '.-< HM an-i-Semitic acts. "It tl tctssary that the action b r: i. r-i as the words," the writers ta'd. The. warned that "the c'.:>"! of Argentina "must kur it— beci.ie if the police con-in. §.< 't "demonstrate its ineff icier, the tuation, it might t: -treisary t: ask military ferctf it ta'ne rr-sasures "against t OTOlt ts : ; the Fatherlanr A secor. S, •• n., • %  -.•].( ti • here' when 1 Hei i d'Alessandro II • • nig i police hcadquarti • th fi> \ astikas cai ved > i fere heai and both clueks M: 'Ali ssanc told police thai • thugs 1 eked i n( indoor i i : • %  '" him wl > • • %  ned i' The victim ithe • i a Jew %  mother, whose maiden name SHERATON HOTEL* CONFIRM BOTH ROOM c c.c-NE VJ Israelis, who in the recent past have been characterized as tolerant o* United States global -iders th< hard headed realities of tinue these hostile verbal commitments and its need to regain friendly relations with the Arab states, have now taken a second look at U.S. policy and the situation. 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July 6. 1962 4 Tammuz 5722 Zionism Told Of its Glories Nothing will match for granceur the address President Kennedy delivered before the Zionist Organization of America back in August, 1960 when, as a candidate for the office he now holds, the President vowed that he would actively work toward recce in the Middle East. Secretary of Labor Goldberg's eppearance before the 65th annual convention of the ZOA late ,ast week was a tepid substitute. Meant to evoke memories of the President's own talk two years cefore, it did little more than give rise to unhappy comparisons. For. in a very real sense, as a member of the Kennedy Cabinet with one of the best records of achievement in the Administration thus far, Secretary Goldberg could certainly be regarded as c Presidential spokesman. But the sad fact is that the Labor Secretary said little more during his appearance than did the President, himself, in a message to the convention on the occasion oi its greeting, in effect did the same thing: "We opening session. What, in effect. Mr. Goldberg seek peace and prosperity for all of the Middle did was to put in an appearance — to assure East, firm in our belief that a new spirit of the fact that the Administration was being physically represented. The substance of his address was another matter. Indeed, President Kennedy's message of greeting achieved the greatest height of all when he declared: "In the prophetic spirit of Zionism all free men today look to a better comity in that important part of the world would serve the highest aspirations and interests of all nations." • LECTURES TO THE WRONG PARTY What the President did here was to balworld, and in the experience of Zionism, we ance his P ra ise of Zionism and Israel with an know that it takes courage and perseverance offic al U.S. declaration designed to allay Arab and dedication to achieve it." ears against the sheer voicing of such praise. For this was official Administration recogThe in,ent oi Secretary of Labor Goldberg's adnition — recognition not alone of the achievedress was similarly filled with these well-balment of Israel, but that the existence of Israel anced references. today is a good thing. Beyond anything else, Thus *"• Goldberg's talk, certainly exsuch words were more than encouraging. They amined microscopically before it had been dewere a reiteration of the principles Mr. Kenlive 'ed. created the kind of effect it probably nedy enunciated before the ZOA back in Augnever intended, but created it nevertheless: It turned out to be a lecture on peace in the Middle East. And whom did he, as official Administration spokesman, come to lecture? Certainly ust. I860. THE CHILL FACT OF PARTITION In all fairness, Secretary Goldberg offered n0t he forces ? at ne< ? d i! For Kennedy circle similar statements of high principle. For ex!" ?*?.* t !" : S5 !" ?! ,q uietl Y asking for cmple: "Friendship for Israel and for all demtime" these days to work on the ambitious goals the President enunciated before the ZOA back in August, 1960. Beyond guestion. this is tacit recognition as to which part of the Middle East cold war is the true culprit. ocratic nations is a national commitment Today, the support that this nation has given to Israel has been fully warranted." But these were glittering nuggets in an otherwise drab showcase. For the substance of the Secretary's address, as well as of Mr. TILLING POINT APTLY MADE Kennedy's message seemed geared to assure Max Bressler's talk before the ZOA is one the Arabs that no official U.S j favoritism was lo ^member for the specific point it made. He being extended Israel to the detriment of our 8aid liltle more lhan his immediate predecesArab friendships. Thus. Mr. Goldberg took the repeated opportunity to make observations such as these: • "... Americans reaffirm their friendship to all people in the Middle East, and reassert their hope that all might live in peace." • "Our friendship for one State is not based upon hostility toward another." • The present state of affairs does not serve the best interests of either Israel or the Arab States." • "Friendship for Israel and sympathy with Jewish aspirations in Palestine have been repeatedly endorsed ." sors. or than any other spokesman for the Zionist movement today, when he called Zionism "the most vital force in combatting cultural assimilation," and when he lashed out at those "who deal with Zionism as though it were a commodity to be moved from one shelf to another or to be discarded when, to their way of thinking, it served its purpose." But in suggesting that the American Jewish community's greatest danger today is "voluntary assimilation" rather than anti-Semitism, Mr. Bressler aptly singled out the community's fundamental trauma. For, in effect, he charged that American Jews are more concerned about attacks against themselves as nominal Jews than that their cultural and intellectual dedicaIn all of these remarks, there is the careful tion to Judaism is weak and frequently nonrecognition of the chilling razor blade fact of existent. :cn. that what is accorded one set of It is this weakness, he said that needs politico] interests shall not be denied the other greater defense today than Jewish exposure ie\ President Kennedy, in his own message of to traditional anti-Semitism. daring the week ... as i see it by LEO MINDLIN T H l JOINT *?9*m %  Mateo* statement an w em sanctity is ., fiction. It i 5 j, meaningless as was Mr Ken. nedy's pronouncemer n ( tro before a Pan-Am ruan a sembly cf newspa•,. (lj nr back in April 1961 v President Kennedy the Soviets, whom he „ characterized as the tered tyrant: of Hui the wake of :l:' atxrtive Ha-. lecture him n Cuba In vasion, hi formi the editors that the is would m a drive to sweep Castro into the sea if the other Amei la.U'ci to join us This was bravi talk equivalent to the bravery of th ginnings of Mr. Kennedy's stay at the White House rous action, whil< at the same time momentarily • nightmare memories of the ill fated invasion. By his Communists to mind their own business, we wi i Unit, lions] ">l(, after the Hay of Pigs, which tacitly admitted our got xnment'i recognition that Castro had won his place in the Westei m t^ OAS only reluctantly, and after great pressure, limped | us in an economic and diplomaticfreeze of tuba. As a matter of fact, many of the Latin countries right sympathy toward Castro; and Mexico was prii them in giving a hard time to long-range I S schemes to limit to Cuba the foothold that the Communists achieved in the Western Hemisphere. UNtS DRAWN IN LATIN AMHICA 1/ENNEDYLOPEZ MATEOS statements on Western sol; %  welcome from a psychological point of view, must thus be re! garded as no more than what they are—a propagandist;, ;>lay not realistically related to the OAS limitations circunw: itng our I police powers, which ultimately bind our intentions to the ambersome framework of majority hemispheric rule. What th-' ilatenest does accomplish, more than anything else, is also what the rheerin?; millions welcoming President and Mrs Kennedy to Mexico graphically illustrated—a palpable refutation of the Communist-inspir % % %  image in Mexico and elsewhere in Latin America of a "hated" Uncle Sam But however brilliant the greeting of our Chief Executive, tlxj fact remains that the lines are drawn in Central and South \menci Castro has opened the way to our realization that the Kenzrcjl Alliance for Progress is too little too late; and one can hardly be at all sure that, had Castro failed, a Communist foothi.M wort not ultimately open elsewhere. For burdens of the economic axl social disparity suffered by so many Latins are huge, and pucdl against trubackground of political inequities, they become virtual!! | unbearable. Neither, until recently, has any force come al >ng it ing to ameliorate the disparity or ease the burden—except the Coremunists. who are always anxious to promise everything the) MM intend to deliver. In the final analysis, this means that the Communisthw significant advantage today in the battle to wrest the leadeni* role for Latin American reforms. Again, in the final analws. Hal unhappily leaves us where we have been so often before: allied itl the forces of reaction, which pose as "democratic," and whOH orJ> claim to democracy is that like us, but for different reasons, thfj| also oppose the Communists. More than is popularly realized at the moment, th.-.' LatinI American forces are today Nazi-infiltrated along the entm political spectrum of what we loosely term the "Right." Neither are thes*[ Nazi prototypes, but Nazis indigenous to the original Hitler era %  ] Germany, who flew the coop back in 1945. What is the ( S. night mare of tomorrow? The sad answer to this seems to be allian| with them in the battle to contain Communism in the Western Bta isphere—a delayed extension of the dream nurtured by Hil in 1939. he was so rudely shocked by England's dcelara\ in of r in defense of Poland. For Hitler had. indeed, expected the British to join him in the ultimatt campaign against Bolshevik I!u--ia. I4CH it HANDMAIDIN Of TMf OTHtK THE SUPREME COURT decision on religion in th. ichoo sppe>ri confusing to thuse who don't know how to read, and who r< must eloquent on the subject, even though it doesn't rule in in the schools. This is what SO many zealots, prepared to rip ourl Constitution to shreds in the name of their private viei >f GoAj fail to understand. The court merely ruled on the right ol the I I of Regent! of the State of New York—or of any government body-] to create and authorize a public prayer As Mr Justice Douglas pointed out. the opinion might ell haveI gone further. It might haveruled on the declaration opt'i | preme Court hearings or seasiona of Congress — both of which f voke the name of <;oosition on Biblereadnu and reafi lous festival observances in the public schools, or even on the phra* "under (loci, inserted into the Pledge of Allegiance during the E)** hower Administration. In this kind of controversy, it has seemed inevitable that he K ots. who most often know least about history, confusedly recall t religious foundationstones of our nation; while, at the same tin* I atheists demand their right to a respectable place in the sun, rather than the deep freeze they are increasingly being accord.'! The* of course, represent the extremes. Nevertheless, they ill.-'rate j interesting paradox: Those who oppose the Supreme Court ruling, by and large cor. stitute the conservativi element of political thinking— Ame ." C, |. who seek a minimum of government interference in the 1,ilU ,L'I way of life Those who support the ruling, conversely reflect liberal view—men and women who also aspire toward the n of a variety of federal welfare programs, economic controls. d,N | cultural reforms. TMf PROJISTANT MONOPOLY DICLINl D UT IN T HE matter of public religious pracl TMIvitl.m t li .. I .1, .... II ,.. I k I nhl 1'hC CO" J I — %  s.i p'juiK ifll^li'US |'ia\m. • %  tion that diametrical!) opposes bis political phikM 'ative even if instances he doean t ki m %  to his inb nt | .-,! % %  • interpn Continued on Page 12-A



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Friday. July 6. 1962 +Jewish norkliari Page 3-B >^ %  15C1 SW 86th ct. ,.. %  Mrs. [rwin Bren... :-ut finishing touches en one of the they made for the June Formal held :ilry Club last Saturday. Mrs. Draluck Bn 3 :9 co-chairmen of the party. Woman Conductor On UM Podium "I S'a %  mly worn tor ••" < >!i>h and diI •'. orohtra ( ; ex >f women, 1 •'< %  List • %  • tnternalion%  • the guest thU :Iay evening's cerl • %  L'niversit) Sum S tnphony Ori -• : MJ leach Auditor*feAv %  rstreal (Canen's S • '. %  > Orcheswidely • -. JS a virtu-: • jra luate ol I:-.-' Music in : j%  con •r, of the %  ; She has ap %  r of malonj •ras in the k If you like KREPLACH Ravioli •N SAUCE You'JJ love M CHEF BOY-AR-DEE CHEESE RAVIOLI Hear family, guests, cheer for that real Italian flavor created by fa^ed Chef BoyAr-Dee. Tender little macaroni pies...filled with tangy Italian Cheese...simmered *ith savory tomato sauce and cheese...seasoned the real Ital•an way. So much tastier and •asier than the frozen kind. So &f nuch thriftier, too—costs only •bout 15c per servingl Sugnnne lAsmruum (AlOltllHl UQUID SWtttMBt A hfX brijM nondarM mf.'-'l lu'Mttaj iw fitt*ig 1 DOCIOI miom rot OIAIITKL 10W CWOIU Dim fCMI T CHfN J&0 •< 4-oi. lorru y Cr "Hit #** *t* JT*W Sisterhoods Give Aid to Youth By Special Report .NEW YORK — .Suaift S5Q.000 has been contributed by the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods and its affiliates throughout the country to enable young people etween the ages of is and 19 to participate in leadership institutes, study seminars, and regional conda es sponsored by the National F deration of Temple Youth I ndn 'l~ of teen agers ho are s ni the youth programs of n Je ish con( rogations will benefit this summer from "camperships' made available by Sisterhoods. They will attend two national and 20 regional Leadership InstituteMore than 2.300 boys and are taking part in summer camp activities under auspices of XFI'Y between July 1 and Sept :i. The programs are conducted for | Of five to 12 daj S each. they consist ol four pans: cultural, v orship, and rei In grai I i amperships Sisterhoods are fulfilling the policy of NFTS to stimulate the interest >t young people in religion and t> encourage them to take an active in the Life of the synagog MISS ITHll STARK United States Europe, and Japan, recently comi l< ling a tour of the Mi Idle East lir 'cting the Israel i hilharmonk < irchestra. Miss S'ark will cpen the seasons fifth 'Peps prcj-am with Glinka's "Russian a.d Ludmil'a Overture," followed by the "Funoral March if a V.arianet'e," by Gounod; the "Gayne Ballet Suite," by Khachaturian; and the "Slavonic Dance No. 8," by Dvorak, for the first third of the program. Gershwin's "Strike Up the Band," Richard Strauss' Rosenkavalier Walti," Lecuora's "Malaguena," and Enesco's "Roumanian Rhapsody" comprise the latter third of the program. The middle portion of the concert will be devoted to the soloist. with Li.-t performing Fran/ Liszt's Piano Concerto No. l in E flat major. A native of Philadelphia, List spent his boyhood on the West Coast, where his fatiier was a school teacher At 10. young List made his debut with the Los An. eles Philharmonic Orchestra un ** Old Milwaukee HENRY E. MANGELS CO. 3550 N.W. 58th ST. Miami, Florida WOUID YOU UKE YOUR CHILDREN'S OR GRANDCHILDREN'S EDUCATION PARTIALLY PAID BY TAX SAVINGS? Write I. C. c o Jewish Flondtnn. Box 2971, Mam Postoffice. Miami GUARANTIED NON-FATTENING Temple Menorah Sisterhood Temple Menorah Sisterl • ing a supper and S inday, Julj 15. 6:30 | i the Social Hall. Pr ICI to the religious school the evi ing are Mi s. Rii artz and Mrs. I i presidi nt is Mi %  -• %  Contest Revealed 'Miami Beautiful* A -^1 .-.day cruise for tv o p< r sons on the ss : will ie a.' irdi I as first pi ize :the d annual >Ia Miami Bi contest, it was annoum this week by E Albert Pal chairman of the Miami beautii committee, sponsor ol the competition. I" • %  immunity service department of the Caribbean Cruise Line has made this trip available because (if their civic interest in local landscape improvement," said Pallot. In addition, there are 30 more valuable prizes to be awarded at a dinner in September, to homeowners, business properties, hospitals, schools, churches, and owners of vacant lots who improve their grounds by clearing, and the installation of shrubs, trees and grass. "Our first prize this year is valued at nearly SI. 000." Pallot re porte I "It costs nothing to enter the contest, and the results are beneficial to the homeowner whether he wins or not." 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July 6. 1982 *• kniat MnrMfor Page 1! -A High Court Ban Brings Hot Retort Mary : jntinc lac: v\At>^ Bl^l# /I it ,^. and civ:; leader E. Albert Pallot (center) is a surprised hone: -: a birthday party given by members of his :'A las' Thursday. The event also marked his com:: three ysan as chairman of the City of Miami beaucomrr.ittee. Seen (right) is Mr<=. Esther Poppell. seethe 3. ; ::e Federal Savings and Loan Assn.. pre;ne c: Ins jifts, an abstraction in oils by artist Charles son Continued from Page 1-A 'toslyn Heights, in suburban Lone 'gland, said so many abusive calls had come in during the 48 hours ifter the decision that the family 'ook their telephone off the hook. \l-oy uf tbu calls were anti-Semitic. Scores of letters and postcards, many of them also antiSemitic, arrived regularly in their mail Roth, father of two teen-age Children, said he did not belong to any religious group. The dec sum was hailed by a number of Jewish organizations, many cf them having been Involved in the various legal steps which led to the high court decision The theme of the statements was in line with the arguments developed by opponents of the prayer. They contended that the school was no place for a prayer and that the task of religious teaching was one for the home and the house of worship. Among the organizations which hailed the decision were the Synagogue Council of America, the New York Board of Rabbis, the American Jewish Committee, the American Jewish Congress, the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, and the National Community Relations Advisory Council. Nearly half of all I'nit"I States public schools practice Bible read big and about 2f)~percent ol the 35,000 school districts in the United States require some ''aching about religion A flood of court tests was expected as friends and foes of such practices in public schools set about testing the gen eral impact of the decision. President Kennedy, the nation's first Catholic chief executive, declined to state at his regular press conference whether he personally agreed with the decision. He said the important thing at this stage was to accept all Supreme Court decisions. Opinion of some of the lea-i dailies was split. The New Y<. Time*, for instance, said that "nothing could be more divisive in this country than to minule religion and government in the sens live setting of public schools jr I under circumstances regarded by minorities as coercive." The Journal-American, however, called the decision "a misinterpretation"' of the Constitution and launched a campaign for public support of i constitutional amendment to per mit non-compulsory prayers in public schools VACATION ON MIAMI BEACH AT BARGAIN RATES WELK VONTH YEAR MODERN AIR CONDITIONED EFFICIENCIES BEDROOM APTS. — TV — Elevator — Sundeck NEAR BEACH. STORES RAYZELLE APTS. 1434 Collins Avenue SAYS U.S. WAS SPONSORING ALTERNATE PLAN 'tevenscn Explains Anti Peace Talk Vote at UN HASH] :GTON ITA1 Adlai %  tevens head the tinted bates delegation to the United Rations, bas told i* Houaa Foreign \flairs lanmuttee if the reasons kmerici oted in %  %  UN against he Bra::aville -••llu'ion which ballt'.i : pea. Q 'iJtiatlons be|ween U • Arab >ta %  • and Israel. Mr • ens taii that during Hie last •-sior. > r lae UN General ,emi this ition was inir i lu< %  : • • • tion <>f the I mted States because we were committed at that time to the exploration of a project uf which we have been the originator.'" The project aimed at resolving the question of the Palestine Arab refugees or making some progress toward the implementation of the UN resolution of 1SM8 by a special UN Commission headed by Joseph Johnson, Mr. Stevenson explained Rep. Leonard Parbstein, Ne York Democrat and a committee member, asked Mr. Stevenson why the I'nited States couldn't support both moves in the interest of peace since both were consistent with UN objectives Mr. Stevenson replied: "Our conclusion was the reverse, that we could not possibly support both of them. We were trying to get votes for the Johnson resolution. We had to get Arab votes to pass jt." ONLY 2 HRS. 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Tcce 6-B 9-JenistrhriJi^r Fiidoy. Julv Judith Anne Rood and Sydney Traum Exchange Evening Wedding Vows I,M1 and Syi Miss Marilyn Beach B esl man for hi! Hohert Traum. ol Belli Colemand, trother Mr Steve Mis. .1 mlUh Anne R ney s Traum exchanged wedding vows on Sunday, July 1. at jheDupom Plaza hotel Rabb Herbert s Baumgard, of Temple Beth Am So. Miami, performed the 6.30 p.m. rites The bride is the daughter of Col. %  j^^j'iiri. Traum is a June. and Mrs Nathan Barnett Rood. 845 • cum ];u (1( g ra< j ua te ol Coral Gables ine men! in South Florimp Groomsmen were nett Jacobs. Brookline. Mass.; Peter Rosenbaum. Flushing, N \ Ralph Hellmold, Leonia, N.J. WOMAN OF THE WEEK ... To know Trudy Hamerschlags background gives you an msigh and wherefores of her dedication to Israel, as well as i-as born in Czechoslavakia. ami the whys community projects. Trudy education there. Slic wanted to be a scientist bin goi Seeing the handwriting on the wall. 'i i cived her married instead, Catalonia ave Roods are pro mi Ida civic and philanthropic affairs Col Rood ipresident ol Rood i onstruction Co., director ol the Bank of Hade County, and executive head of several utilitj companies. The groom is the son ol Mr and Mrs. Morris Traum of Belle I usband, Otto, udw left for Southern France before the Hitler re^ Ny me W here Otto, an industrial manufacturer of fine ^.started another factory. Then the Germans bombed France. lh > escaped t, Casablanca to wait for papers thai would enable them to come to '" uk (hi United States Over eighty of Trudy's relatives died in the rj is one she cannot forget. Everytime remembers TRUDY gas chambers That a siren goes off, Trudy the German bombers In New York wlure Otto started still another china factory in Grenwich Village, Trud> went to Columbia to study English, she speaks with such a decided oxford accent that she had difficulty making herself understood On coming to Florida on a vacation, they both fell in love with it and decided to mak< this their home. After Otto passed away. Trud) dedicated herself to the community Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Home for the Aged, Ha dassah, American Society of Hebrew in Jerusalem, Society ol the Hook, and Technion. are some ot Trudy's favorites. Clearly she teels strongly about Israel. The hunted feeling, tin sale' of all of their belongings, in fact their three time exodus, made her feel as one with all of the persecuted .lews. To have a homeland, to he wanted, to have hope — for Trudy these are the greatest things in the world. -lie has been working steadfastly to see that Israel is truly these things for .lews there. Trudys hobby is traveling. Italy and Switzerland are her favor:ts but Israel of course is her mecca. In fact. Trudy feels that once \perience the excitement of Israel, you are definitely a changed Terson. In her private life. Trudy personifies the saying. "See no *vil. hear no evil, speak no evil." She only looks for good in people— tr.d so. of course, she finds it. -* %  BRIDGE IS HERE TO STAY Sunday night is very social at the Venetian Isle Bridge Club It's a duplicate bridge tournament, and so far all has been sweetness and light. It's for friendly husbands and wives and friendly friends. It has been a lot of fun, and while Arnold Perlstein does the scoring to find out who's best, the coffee is poured. So far. sonu of the top winners of the part master points have been Norman and Betty Berman. Harry and Lily Schiff. and Jean and yours truly. Others are Harry and Diane Barr. Ben and Betty Klebanoff. Edward and Ida Frager. Peter and Cecile Brooks, and David and Sylvia Israel. SURPRISE, SURPRISE! Tony Hoffman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Hoffman, was going to ....,: until he was twenty-one to pop the question to Ina. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hirschfeld, but he didn't The Hirschfelds, in minutes flat, planned an open house to announce the engagement Ina has a look a like twin sister llene. hut nobody got them mixed up thei Among the lriends who came to wish them happiness wire the Irving Angels, Mr and Mrs Tom Kraut/. Mr. and Mrs Eugene r the Howard Millers and the Morton I.undys. REAL GROWN UP Th four young hostesses ... %  n white a' the dinnei i the} the rool ol the Evei lotel in honor ol their own n from ninth le id confirmation. They were Judy, di ter of Dr and Mrs Mi Km I Patti, daughter of Mr MV\ Mrs Goldin; Irene, daughter ol Mr, and Mrs Hal Hornstein; and ighter oi Mr. and Mrs Seymour Samel Most ol the hundred lests had -pent the last threi years I ler in public and Sunday Is. Among the young ladies en Joan Jacobs Helem Strauss Goldman, Ellen Hoder Ai ... Holtzman and Judy Sagawitz The of parents acting as ehaperones had as good a time as the tests However, they didn't take their shutoff liki th< to do the twist, who then complained bitterly becausi their hose shreds A PINK WEDDING INVITATION Harvey Fanand his friend, Ben Henry, U ft for Boston to attend ling of David Bromer to Anne Epstein at the Statler hotel Harvey will never let his mother pick out a wedding present for him .e again. It was in such a huge package it couldn't have been anything but a baby grand piano, he complained David's father and mother, as well as his grandmother, Mrs. Bina Simkowitz. are already in Boston for his graduation from MIT. All of the Simkowitzes, en masse, will he there for the wedding 1and Lucy will leave for two months in Italy on the SS France on July 5 Sara and Philip, till younger ones, will be off to Camp Robinson Crusoe Mike and Joan, the newly married Simkowitzes. will stay in New York for a while, and Liz will be at Yale working en her Doctor's degree. That -..:ki i arc of the Simkowitz clan for the summer. WHO IS SAVING FOREIGN STAMPS? No one was more surprised than Estelle Brenner to find herself in Spam. Unexpectedly, she went to join her husband. Bill, who is shopping for the new Doral hotel She feels so far away from home because for days it is impossible to buy an American newspaper Whene\or the Spani-h Government doesn't like something that's in the news—no paper allowed. Her letter was from the Fenix hotel in Palma de Mallorca. While her accent isn't too good ht-r dramatic sign language and plenty of pesjtos have been most netful. On to Rome, Florence, Pan-, and % Lendon. by her lath attired in an pure sun peau de sou and reembroidered alencon lac gown Pearl embroidered hand-clipped horder featured the entire hem line of the controlled belle skirt A peau de soie inset circled the bodice and extended in a flowing panel to form the full aisle wide irain. Matching lace fashioned her Radcliffe College at Cambridge Mass where shi was a member ol Student Council, treasurer ol the senior cla't New York, and % % %  1961 graduate of Harvard I aw School, where he was sei re• .,, %  > treasurer ol the Student Bar Assn and business manager ol th< Harvard Law Record He i> presentlj associated will / ^% MRS. SYDNEY TRAIT.' plateau-type headpiece topped witi Seidnian „„„ %  seidman Certifiei soft how. which held a bouffani multi-tiered veil ot pure silk illusion Tlie bridal bouquet was of several large white magnolias in cascade fashion. Maid of honor for her sister was Mi-s Ginger Hood Bridesmaids included Ml-Kay icon New mark. Miami. Miss Bonnie Souvorin, cousin "t the bride, Miami; an i Hid. he Accountants, and planto specialize in taxation lav He re centl) passed hi.New York City Bar examinations A sealed course dinner followed the ceremony atop the Dupont l'laza in the Skyroom. After a honeymoon trip to Jamaica, 'he couple will he at home beginning Julj 15 at 88 Bleeker st Apt 5M, New York City Southwest Center Extends Facilities French Lace Gown For Mrs. Cohen Miss Barbara Ann I.askin mar ried Lewifranklin Cohen in one o'clock rites at the Seville hotel on Sunday. July 1 Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated. For her wedding gown, the bride, who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry La skin, 6060 SW 42nd st.. chose a gown fashioned of organza and French lace. The bodice featured a pointed basque, short sleeves, and sabrina neckline. These were accented with lace trim tmbroidered with iridescents and seed pearls. The very full floorlength skirt ended in a chapel tram The bri.lal bouffant silk Illusion \eil was held in place by a tiara ol sequins and pearls. At 'he candlelight ceremony, which lea lured a pink and white theme, the bride wore a diamond pendant Linen her aa wedding gift b> the gr n ami his parents, M iron oi honor was MrLouis Bauer Mi-s Eleanor Palgon and Miss Marilyn Goldstein, cousin ol the bride, were bridesmaids, Miss Linda La-kin. another cousin of ^; ii was H\ iwer girl i. Dnard II Wol) acti I .,best man. and ushers were .' Green, Joseph s. gor, Ja and John Thompson. v Alywed Mr-. Cohen reci U from tin Univi ot Miami, where -he Mas a membi r "i Doha Phi Epsilon u '""in has BBA and I.l.i; d'e rees from the I'M. and is pn i I ly an attorney m Miami Reception followed the ceremony Southwest .'<' ish C< week anm in > i that ii -. %  < %  %  i cting to its exist • cur. room pi ;! %  -< %  Hy Roth I ing and he ex] < the a.'. eompleti d > : %  %  :• 15. Expansi • i made to pn .id. n.. :•-pace : and Sui .. school > said K.iu.i.• I • partm man. Helei •• I ibstantial inert; -e in a due to th< fine < catk i torn that tin ( 62 tet or "Rabbi Maul .-. Klein p teaches the Hi :< %  school and prepare! th Bar Mitzvtt .students am -he p< ited out. The Cent. : .,: 64.18 SW President iM U r. Mil 5, be] --t %  A %  Beth Am family Day TempU Bet) Am me;hold a fami j < ay at \s Country Clul i Wednesii MII Stern :.an o: ttei ivhicl ai arrange ai .1 nighl • g at tivities at West brook i Molien is pn of th : >od %  rwiill I ,. Mar-f | | ..r JM ] I MRS. IfW/S COHEN i Seville the i ouple will be at homi t 214 Antti av< Coral Gi Gsier One-Mart txhib: i artist., 1 i Gi exhil ...... studied thn v .11 as kes ; 11 : ... eks I I I I I I B'nai B'rith Social Singles B'nai B'rith Socii Sn • will hold a dance on Saturda> evening at the DiLido hotel f^ V V % << % %  W V V W V V <* • wWr ; CUSTOMERS IttNGWG T> D Will SEC: V! 3*. 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July 6. 1962 •. #ft*# gti ftcridriatn Page 7-B FASHION COLUMNIST EDITH ZIPP IS ON VACATION THIS WEEK. liss Rosenberg larries Teacher I la Rosenberg and Mr \ o\\ were married "" i. at Temple Ner Rabbi Max Zucker of ihe daughter of Mi Vlj run Rosenberg, ol *>2i St., No, Miami Beach. • parents are Mr and d Lebou. Cocoa, Fla i,i graduate <>f North •: School, and attended %  utinty Junior College, when' i sident of the American :. ninic.Organization. graduated from llu | %  School, and attended j Tech He is a graduate • la Stale I'niversity in ducation, and will teach i-din J inior High School in • : : %  ... • bride and groom were officers "f the B'nai •> nth Organization as Miss Susan i Bridesmaids were Miss I' Li bow and Mrs. Martin Coh: Kovalsky acted as best ushers were Bruce RosStanley Warhaft, Peter and Gerald Rov. r h r wedding day, the bride .. floor-length gown .f or,. over peau de soie, featuring neckline, short sleeves, and I..;" I train The bodice was b i d with seed pearls and cnishsequins. She wore a matching ESTATE SAIE fORKAM STERLING SILVER ice for 8 — 19 extra serving pieces, lluding Sugar, Creamer and Tray rvice. Bids accepted. Call FR 7-3411 607 Monday thru Friday. WIDOW DESIRES ROOM AND BOARD Home with Understanding MRS. BEHJIE IfBOW Miss Alva Levvy, Raphael Skop Wed Miss Alva Levvy, daughter of Mi. and Mrs. Manny Levvy, Ol Mia,m Beach, was married to Raphael Stephen Skop. son of Rabbi and Mrs. Morris Skop. 3511 Riviera ;lr.. Coral Gables, on Wednesday, July 4:30 p.m.. at Temple Beth Sholom. The bride is a graduate of the I niversity of Miami school of education, and will teach in Mialeah. starting in September The groom graduated from Ihe University of Miami cum laude in Ihe field of psychology and will be an assistant in the Department of Psychology starting in the fall Rabbi Skop and Rabbi Leon Kronish performed the ceremony. assisted by Cantor Herman Gottlieb and Stephen Kessler. A reception followed Ihe ceremony at Temple Beth Sholom Candlelight Rites Fcr the Turners Barbara Estelle Turner and Seymour Jay Taylor exchanged wedding vows on Saturday evening, June 30, at a candlelight ceremony in Temple .lucii a li.iiilu Mordeeal I'odet officiate I The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Ralph Turner, 704 Calatrava ave. Coral Gables The groom's parents are Mr and Mrs. Jack Teplitsky, 1381 Sylvania blvd.. West Miami. The bride chose a street length sheath with bouffant overskul in nylon lace and should) r veil, and Carried the family Bible With white use bridal bouquet Maid of honor was Benita Friedman Sharon Teplitsky, sister of the groom, and Malyn Rudcs were bridesmaidFlower girl was Mindy Turner, sister of the bride Larry Magil was best man. and ushers included Paul Turner and Nelson Zide. After a tour of the Slate of Klor ida, the couple will reside in Miami. \ %  t AMI I is 'i PhotoRi aphi i MRS. RAPHAEL SKOP MRS. SEYMOUR TURNER Miss Gerritt Now Mrs. Samuels Ph. 691-4242 v K MRS. MARSHALL SAMUELS Miss Rochelle Joyce Gerritt be came Mrs. Marshall W. Samuels in 7:30 p.m. rites on Saturday evening. June 30, at the Roney I'laza hotel. Rabbi Louis Cassel officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Gerritt. 1125 97th st.. Bay Harbor Island. The groom is the son of Dr. and Mrs John A. Samuels, of I'niversity Heights. Ohio. Maid of honor was Miss PeggJ SamuelAlan Samuels acted as best man. Newlywed Mrs Samuels attended Miami Beach High Schoi : Northwestern University, where she was affiliated with Sigma Delta Tau sororitj The groom went to Northwestern, and was a member of Tau Delta phi and Alpha Beta Psi account %  onorarj After a wedding reception at the Roney, the couple left for a Nassau honeymoon. They will reside in Skokie. 111. Space Age At GMJCC Camps The Space Age has arrived at the [Greater Miami Jewish Community Center Day Camps during the past I wo weeks Astronauts, flights to the Sky and other planets, and trips to Israel through space, were alt part of Ihe activities conducted for more than 400 children at the Greater Miami Jewish Communltj Center, a United Fund—Jewish Fedi ration agency. At Camp Shalom, the Miami Beach VMI1A Branch Camp, the Space Age included all arts and crafts activities, making rockets. space hats, space helmets and discussions around the meaning of Space m the soaring 60s. This week, theme has been Carnival Week, with all groups, working on the 4th of July Carnival, which was held at the First Street Pier. Future trips also include a visit to 'he Merry Go Round Playhouss to see "Beady and the Beast," a tour of the M ; ami News and a ride on a fire engine. At Camp Noar, Ihe North County VM11A Branch Camp, Space Age took the form of all groups becoming associated and identified wrtb various buds Room decorations and assembly songs and skits were part of tin space program. The program in -pace culminated in a Noar -pace ship landing in Israel Exciting events in the •kibbutz.'" tripon the ship "Exo clus," SOULan danceol the Sabra e held during the camp's -; < • I'ip in Israel At Camp Ma-Ka-Bee. the Space Age was portrayc l through a sp ICI circus Tins week there is a spec i,il program dealing with major eltes v.n<\ baton twirling. A pro -..in of artand crafts habegun under the direction of Leonard Schwartz, arts and crafts special tsi at Camp Ma-Ka-Bee. Registration for the second half Of Greater Miami Jewish Community Center's Summer Day Camps is now taking place. Information iavailable at Camp Shalom. Miami Beach YMHA Branch, 1536 Bay rd Arnold Piskin, director; (amp Ma-Ka-Bee, Miami YMHA Branch. 450 SW 16th ave.. 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Page 12-A +Jonist ncrkttatl Friday. Jury 6. 1962 Kennedy Lauds Zionist 'Experience' Continued from I A this larger and greater adventure for all of mankind, your energies are now summoned." President Kennedy concluded. Max Bressler. ZOA president, told the 1.200 delegates from all parts of the country that "great dangers threaten important sec tions of the Jewish people in various parts of the world." "Amidst all of the perils facing our people. American Jewry itself is confronted by a great danger threatening its continuity as a vibrant creative Jewish commun jity," he said in his opening adIdress This menace, he stated. was "voluntarily assimilation" rather than anti-Semitism. He expressed regret that while much was spent on defense against antiSemitism, little was allocated to combat cultural assimilation and disintegration. He t >rmed Zionism "the most vital force in combatting cultural aim i tion "It is incumbent upon those of us whom fate has < I i.e.! in lea I >rTHE WEEK... US i SEE II Continued from Page 4-A principle For his part, the liberal insists upon a rigid understanding of the separation of church and state doctrine embodied in the First Amendment Thus each, momentarily at least, adopts the ideological wardrobe of the other. In the final analysis, the decision is part of a larger issue: that the national Protestant monopoly has finally begun to wane, that the minority racial and religious coalitions of the vast population centers are the new legatees of a profound change in American realpolitik, SEITLIN UNVEILING %  ^ *ZL f \ V HENRT SEiTUN Sunday, July 8, at 1:30 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery uitn K..' and Cantor WWIum Lir>n officiate V Seitlin isurvived by hit Jennie; hii ions, Sam, Louis, Jack and David; brother, H rry; and sister, MrR<>-c L> hrman. Friends anJ Rcbtn r> Are A\l{rJ t.> ArtrnJ and that their needs will the view of things to come during the years ahead The f;i si tion "i a Cathi lie Presi lent was a startling example ol the cl The increasing amount of litigation involving public religious acknowledgements tells us even more about the Protestant decline, even if in its initial phases. and hence of the survival motives underlying the outraged reaction to tin' Supreme Court ruling. If the Kennedy-Lopez Mateos statement predicts our ultimate alignment with hemispheric Nazism, the Supreme Court ruling paradox shows the sad willingness of all Americanto regard the Constitution in terms most favorable to their shifting inclinations. ship to reject definitions of Zionism being offered by men who deal with Zionism as though it were a commodity to be moved from one shelf to another or to be discarded M lien, to their way of thinking, it served its purpose." a clear allusion to crjtics of the Ziorust move, ment in Israel and America. He urjed that American Zioniits, acting through the ZOA, carry on Jewish communal tasks both on national and local levels and through leadership on Jewish community councils. He stressed that action was require J to avert 'isolation between the ZOA and other organizations within the American Jewish community as well as avoiding a situation where individual Zionists have kept themselves integrated, assuming their share in the burdens." He ~.*:.i ;t .1 time for the X I \ to assume leadership with a strong voice In American Jewry, !o awaken it. to arouse it. to make ,1 sensitive to the perils facing our people." He attacked what he termed the lack of leadership in 'the American Jewish community." He called for a movement to establish a central authoritative Jewish representation in America I from the gra.-s roots of Jewish I communities Other speakers at the Friday night symposium were Rabbi Max Nussbaum. of Hollywood. Calif., chairman of the National Executive Council of the ZOA; Jacques Torczyner. of New York, chairman of the World Zionist Affairs Com| mittee of the ZOA; and Leon Dultzin. of Israel, member of the JewI ish Agency Executive and head of its Economic Department. Earlier, at a Thursday evening session, Secretary of Labor Arthur (ieldberg told the delegates that "Israel today illustrates that our i confidence in its destiny was wellfounded. 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1962 ly. July 6. 1962 *Jm i #" nrridiar % %  • h ly ^ A* txtlv i\ < :,j til %  i'-'-l Page 9-A !umbu| • : I I • t t t • t t • 7M MALCOLM HOOD Cardiac Hospital Names Executive Appointment of Malcolm W. Hood •C suprrmt* ricl.T!' nl N;,t onal ^^Br< r. Cardiac Hospital ^^B armouneiei b\ I'hilip ILmV cxecuti\c vice president of the nationally • k n ow n free, non-sec tarian hospital devoted exclusively muriatic and congenital heart &v in children. Istant administrator of Anil Mi morii' Hospital, Andi C since 1858, Hood has alsn 'd as personnel director of rood Hospital, Dearborn. and as an administrative • I in San Jo>e Hospital, Si i Calif. :>d assumes his administrativi ,,t National Children's i Hospital as the 25-year-old reii's heart hospital prepares ova late this year into new ).000 facilities now under conlion in the Metropolitan Me.I tenter lative of Ruffalo. NY. Hood graduate of oixTlin College, a Master of Hospital Admin pon degree from the I'niverlof Minnesota. He is a mom(of the American College of ital Administrators. Yossele Found; In Immigration Officials' Hands WASHINGTON — (JTAi — Yossele Schumacher, the Israeli boy abducted in Israel three years ago has been found in the United States and is now in the protective custoday of tin I S Immigration Service, it was made known here His mother, in Israel, has been notifed. and is on her way here to make formal identification, she will, presumably, be permitted by the American authorities to take him back with her to Israel. Yossele was abducted m Israel in 1959. He is about 10 >ears old now. Israeli authorities have searched for him on three continents, Hi grandfather, in l-rael. was jailed for refusing to reveal the boy's whereabouts. His uncle. Nachman Shtarkes, is in jail in land, awaiting a court ruling on Israel's petition that he be extradited for kidnaping the boy. Israeli authorities have contended since hi' had been missed by his parents in 1959 that ultra-Orthodox persons abducted him for fear that his parents might not jjive him a sufficiently Orthodox < du ation Recently. I -raeli authorities I und •hot a youth iii l-rael was receiving mail from a woman in the Uniti • 'atew ho seemed to ha\ Yos sele in htr custody, I -raeli offi...trai i to r address and notified V" rii an authorities ho. ;. .locati -> in l un It iunderstood that the woman who had charge of Yossele had traveled with him in various counIries using various false names lor the boy, She had Iron 'it him to this country under the name ot "Yaacov Gertner." It could not be determined whether IS authorities an' planning prosecution of any person or personresponsible for the child's illegal entry into the United States. IIVJDEJPEINJDEINCE AN AMERICAN TRADITION P.rt of our American tradition of proud independence is based on thrift. The fathers of our country strongly believed in putting aside a part of today's earnings for tomorrow's needs. Today, millions and millions of Americans save regularly for all their tomorrows. At WASHINGTON FEDERAL more thvn 29,000 savers are earning regular dividends at the rate of AW % paid and compounded four times each year. At WASHINGTON FEDERAL your account is insured up to $10,000 by a permanent agency of the U.S. Government. Be a personal part of this c'd American tradition start saving at WASHINGTON FEDERAL. Open or add to your account at any of our 4 convenient offices ... or, if you prefer, save by mail. WASHINGTON FEDERAL SAVINGS oni 10AN ASSOCIATION Of MIAMI HACK 1701 Meridian Ave.1234 Washington Ave. 1133 Normandy Dr. JE 8-8452 699 N. E. 167th St. 1943-7673 JACK 0. CORDON ARTHUR H. COUMHOM o—— w. i~* f A m f" — .~*"-fGriodriclv VACATION C .AL5 NORTON TIRE CO. Main Store: 5300 N.W. 27tk Ave. Open 24 Hours & All Day Sunday Visit our New West Hollywood store 6017 Hollywood Boulevard V.\\\\% / Witewolls and Other Sim Slightly Kqter AMAZING VALUE 820x15 WHITEWALL TUBELESS B. F. GOODRICH DELUXE SILVERTOWN $24,95 ".• e* tai If} and year *Jd-rtcaM*bl t!r •> cd. 3 CO •J-Meelli ritt, Mtio*-Mt r*od kaiord o,orot* 16 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS INSTANT CREDIT Open a Norton Charge Account. It's Good For a Lifetime. Budget Terms. RAKI ELINED 95 5300 N.W. 27th Ave. Open 24 Hours I All Day Sunday While You Walt All Four Wheels Guaranteed 15,000 miles or one full yeor %  it star locations only 8 v %  American Can MIAMI 5300 K.W. 27th Avt. 500 West Flaglcr Si. 4190 West Flagler St. 6779 S.W. f h SI. M0 6-S723 MIAMI BEACH 1*54 AIo Kood HALLANDAIE 2f North Dili* H.y. KEY WEST 540 Green St HOMESTEAD *30100 S. Fed H.y. cam CITY 4*95 N W. H7tH St. HOLLYWOOD 203 SoM< Fed. H.y. FT. LAUDERDALE 1580 Soutt Fed. H.y. JA 5-313* 3705 Sou-.k Devi* llvd 2S32 West l-c.crd (l.o NORTH MIAHfl 133*0 N W 7t Aw. W. HOLLYWOOD *017 Hollywood toiilrvord At S Rd =7 YU 7-01S0 SOUTH MIAMI ;3c s Dill* H.y



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Page 16-A Jewish Fk>rMinn Friday. July S. !9§J Israel Law of^R^riTFaiisConvictecl Spy Soblen By Special Report What about Israel's Law of Return for all Jews who seek entry into the Jewish State? In the case oi Dr. Robert A. Soblen, psychiatrist convicted in the United States ol Communist espionage, it was declared null and void. Moshe Haim Shapiro. Israel's Minister of the Interior, signed Dr. Soblen's deportation order Friday, after conferring with Prime Minis ter David Ben-Gurion. but implementation of the order was deferred until after the Sabbath. Time' Charged With Misquote Continued from Page 1-A ly, we find that only Time Magaxine attributed this quote to him, which he, in fact, never made. On the contrary, for years, he has stated that Jews outside of Israel owe political allegiance to their countries of residence only. "For example, in a statement in 1950. and reiterated in 1961, the Prime Minister sai.i: To my mind, the position is perfectly clear. The Jews of the United States, as a community and as individuals, have only one political attachment and that is to the United Stateof America They owe uo political allegiance to Israel." 'During the dialogue, there was no dispute but rather great similarity in outlook between .Mr. BenGurion, who was speaking solely on his own behalf, and Rabbi Prinz Dr. Joachim Prinz is president ol American ,ieish Congress—Ed.' Ben-Gurion said at the opening speei h % %  • I entirely agree with what Dr, Prinz said that America is quite lifferent from Europe and the position I Jews in America is different from the position of Jews in Europe I cannot go as far as Dr Prinz, but there is ,i great deal ol truth thai America ia nation ofj groups, while in Europe there arc nations with long histories Of their national culture and there is a ureat deal of truth that there ire groups (in the U S A.) but I doubt whether this is a permanent situation, Sometimes they call it pluralism, but it seems to me that America is becoming a nation just like the regular nations. I do't know how long it will take, whether 10 years or 50 years, but in time America will be a unitary nation just as any other. I don't mean this must effect the position of Jews in America'." "The speech was tape-recorded and is available to your representative here. In this light I would appreciate my cable being printed in full." fREl TO OUR READERS! 24-Year Hebrew-English Calendar. 82 pages. All dates and Hebrew equivalent* and days of the week, fit. mo to Sept. 1964. Important Jewish holiday to 1970. For free copy write to H. J. Heini Company, Dept. J2, JPiUeburga 30, Pennsylvania, Or. Soblen was informed Saturday night that he would be de ported early Sunday morning. Israeli authorities explained Ihey were determined to send Dr. Soblen out of the country "to dissuade other Jews, convicts or criminals from considering Israel as a place of shelter from justice." Thus, the Law of Return, perhaps for the first time, received Official interpretation in the negative since Israel's establishment The law is written into Israel's declaration of independence. Meanwhile. Dr. Soblen, after being placed aboard an El Al airliner bound for Athens, tried to commit suicide on the plane en route to New York, and was placed in a hospital in London Sunday, after the plane landed there He was nabbed by five American agents of the Federal Bureau of Investor lion as soon as the plane arrived in Athens. Aboard the El Al liner. he tried to slash his wrists with a razor blade and stab himself with a steak knite. Dr Soblen, who disappeared from New York on the eve ol h>~ scheduled surrender to Mart a lite sentence for spying f" r ,ho Sovie< Union, was discovered last week in .. small hotel in Tel Aviv a tew ..ours alter his landing in Israel, ile was immediately arrested on charges that he entered the counry on false documents. Officials in Tel Aviv said he arrived with the Canadian passport of his late brother. Bmch Gobel. II • took the room in the hotel under his brothers name. When he was asked by the police to produce his passport, he claimed he had lost it on the way from I.ydda airport to the hotel The United States EmbMiy •" Tel Aviv noted that while a Unit•d States-Israel extradition agreement has been signed, it has no* yet been ratified by Israel's Kns| set and the U.S. Congress. Embassy officials said they would nevertheless ask for Dr. Soblen's extraditon. In Washington, the State Depart nient officially announced thai the U.S. Department of Justice requested the Secretary of State to seek through diplomatic channels the return ol the convicted spy. Spiriting him back to the US were Chief Marshal James J P. McShane. flown especially to Israel for the guard job. and an Israel. army surgeon The party travele.' in a curtained-off forward section ol the jet. As the plane flew over Europe. Soblen asked for a blank et. under which he sla-un ar.i, stabbed himself. 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Page 10-B +Jelst fhricfiari Friday. July 5, 1962 f Hias Assistance to Immigrants Up Fifty Percent Over 1961 "The naturalization Iftislanicc NEW YORK — JTA migration assistance pi i First photo of location of Me Ami. Israel. Jewish National Fund supported in part by the shows groups of workers clearing and deJewish National Fund Council of Greater Mistoning area, named in honor of Greater Miami. of which Leon J. Ell is president, ami Jewry. Land is being cleared by the r U.S. to 5,000 persons an resettlement assistance the United Hias S rvice was 50 Al ,,,,„.,-, to so migrants net-cent night r durm tne t:: : rived '" prior y, ar '' { l962 than in %  ,. ial integration lo four^mon^ ^corner s in Israel. and in 1961 It was expectations, it was i Half Million Grant lo NYU week bj James P B executive direct !" W YORK JTA •. | 5500.1 00 by David Schwan tion Jewish industria The curl :l "' ''"" ,llu ''' 1 : ,..,.'. t les i medi to N w York Universitj est iati unced hei -.. Leidesdi rf. chaii rhe pavilioi M Is in 18 roo for David at d %  | Cuba, The i rani v ill l • David Schw irti I ,. exp ted founda : %  %  %  •• rants an %  ston. • new h imes anada and AusUnited Hias Service, a benefic iary of the Greater New York United Jewish Appeal, assisted close to 2,150 Cuban Jews to migrate and resettle in 1961, and, at the present rate of asistance, an additional 1,500 Jewish refugees from Cuba will receive migration aid from the agency by the end of 1962, Rice indicated. Ni rth Al this year UNIQUE! MAGNIFIQUE! Miami Experts are Heard at Atlantic City Confab Six Greater Miami expert? in [cms affecting American Jews, the' tbority of the Caseworker in health and welfare work played nation, and mankind at the 64th anHome for the Aged. SAnrtt p re m igration aid; provide pre ,,. nual meeting of the National Conman appeared -n a presentation |' £ • rocessina and migration leading parts in grappling with ference o( f ewisb Communa s „. „„ ,. Bureau ,, ()f Nation^ J^togTcSng conTult.tions In addition to rescue services, the agency's plans in 1962 call for vital assistance in order to: serve 10.000 relatives and sponsors of prospective immigrants with s many of the knottiest social probCcM. £ir-Cond. (Ind. Cont. ROMWELL <£ MOTfl BE On The Ocean of 20th Street Ocean-Front 4 Oc-an.View. Corner Rooms ard all other Rooms in the House One Price None Higher. 00 PER PERS. DAILY No rate Dble. Occup. increase $450PERDAY July 4 Single Occup. August Now Until S-pt. 28 vice, held recently at the Ambass ( .uncil oi Jewish f.aucauii. u. wj h „, nernim nt officials, for 1., ador hotel m Atlantic City, NJ which Berger was; scheduled t o act. ns who wi| b( par of They were Leon D. Fisher, exec* a j .^^ M P }* !" 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Jewish Home for the Aged; Louis Service, announced that they joinSchwartzman. executive director. ^ "'<>< -' %  '""' men a,ld womc Bureau of Jewish Education; Herprofessional workers in every field Tens Division, Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Fish : '-: part in a sessi in on "Prii .itPractice in R> to Agency Practice." Dr. c; i idman was '. rd in a discussi ci local services on "Social and Vi \i',' Adjustment Problems oi \, %  .'. Iy-An L\ e l Refugees r i iRitzPlazaJ HOtll %  tnAl 'ABA>II *: NATIONALLY FAMOUS... j FOR SO YIAKS THE FABULOUS ZEICER 1 KOSHER CUiSlNfl 7PIAEI9G 1 Resident Mashgiaeh Insurance Exec Off to Table* Or. Maiar at Brandeis By Special Report HOIII root • CASANA CIVS SUMMER SPECIAL '8 Daily Per Person Dble. Occ. to Aug. 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He will be a mem I ary organization is devote i to tax ber of the Department of Mediterforms. seminars on estate-planning, ranean studio discussions, and conducting of idea Irena Rukina and Mark Moravsky will be featured in an evening of Yiddish humor and sketches on Sunday, 8:30 p.m., at the Farband Cultural Center, 842 Washington ave. KING ARTHUR'S COURT The SINGING STRINGS DINNER • SUPPE* MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART BRUNS, Co-Owns' BUDGET FAMILY PLAN I No charge for children under 12 [occupying same room with oarlents. (Nom chg. for meals only) • FREE PARKING • PRIVATE BEACH • POOL • WIENIE ROASTS • VOVIES • ENTERTAINMENT R*S. CHI. IS T-nKCl OH TM OCUIUJ m ST. HIAMf BEACH fll exchanges for interpretation of life insurance for the farailj or i ness use Rabbi Shapiro to Speak Rabbi Norman \. Sh ipiro ,vill be guest speaker on the "Jewish Worship Hour" (his Sunday, u a.m ver ch. 10 W\ :iv. R Kndef WHY TRAVEL? 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Jay. July 6, 19S2 %  U** tsi> HtrMfan Patie 9-B J3ar <7l4itzvali Co,w "P Lubavitcher Rebbe Recalled T'llv 14. or 12 (lavs in Ihn U.'hrpw g,^,——-^— \i a gift to subscribers, The Jewish Florid aw"! present free ; or the asking a corsage to each mother of a 3ar or 3as Mitzvah. Jeques's 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 o £ the ceremony, riome address and telephone number. The corsage will be forwarded to you courtesy of Blackstone Flower Shops in time for the occasion. Alfred Schulberg Jar Mitzvah of Alfred Ronald, of Mr. and Mrs. David Schul r^. 243-1 SW 26th In., will take Ice "i Saturday morning. July Lit tin 1-raelite Center. Rabbi ^rtn Malavsky will officiate. tonald is an honor student in Israelite Center religious school, attenis eighth .jrade advance(nt group of Shenandoah Junior feh lit has made Honor Letter scholastic achievement there. )tit ol-t.wn guests at the Satur ceri: ny will r>e Mr. and Mrs. I S< %  rs and MrMax Singer, Trim. '. Kiddush in Alfred's Ft->r wiJJ tollou Jeffrey Schr labbi Sheldon Steinmetz will of. pate at "he Bar Mitzvah of JefScheef on Saturday morning. i 7. a: Congregation Yehudah she effrej is the too >t Mr. and Raymond Scheer Kiddush ccptioi, > iU be held In hi* honor lowing the services. tie Bar Mitzvah is a student at rih Miami Junior Hi^h. and has fended Popiel religious school. Jol Berr [Tempi* Zion will be the site of Bar Mitzvah >f Joel Stephen Irger <-r. Saturday warning, July |ith Rtbbi Alfred Waxman of bating, Joel i> :he son >f Mr and Mrs. Bert*r. and grandson of Mrs. e Beritr and Mr and Mrs Sam lusmar. In ith gra i..h >•• >r student kWest Miami Junior High, he is n ; • nt of a science award, plai to continue his studies |th t c iirmati >ci class of the kpU rrivic, from Long Island, NY. bi N ;.nd MrMeyer ParMi and Mrs V.hur Hans Mr nd Mr-, lack Hausman. and ;rs. Alvin Bergman, Mr Mrs Alan Lewis, and Mr. and St< en Park iff |i Idusl will folio in Joel's or Mark linden Thomas Weiss science hobby awards. He is a Boy Scon; Out-of-town quests due here for thioccasion are h;s grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Lindenberg; aunt and uncle. Rabbi and Mrs Joshua Lindenberg; and another aunt and uncle. Mr and Mrs. Melvin Madison, ail of New York City. Kiddush will follow the Bar Mitzvah ceremony in Sirkin Hall Reception will be held in Mark's honor Sunday evening at the Deauville hotel Thomas Weiss Beth Telfilah Congregation will be the site of the Bar Mitzvah of Thomas Weiss on Saturday morning. July 7 Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky will officiate. Thomas is the -on of Mr. and Mrs Paul Philip Weiss, of 630 Lenox ave., Miami Beach Beach. He has been a student at the Hebrew Academy for the past eight years. Thomas ian outstanding student in human anatomy and social -tud;Irs Irving Linden, on i rning, I ily '. at TemEmani El. 11k 1 mpleted seventh grade nrtr Miami Juri >r High He 1 net in 'h-' school or(.:: the m's Honor • i eh •• ." ''ship and Treasury Unfolds Four-Year Economic Plan for Development gime. resorted to all types of intimidation in their determination to hinder the Rabbi's efforts. The relentless struggle came to an end in the summer of 1927. when the Rabbi was arrested and placed in solitary continement in the notorious Spalerne Prison in Leningrad. The Rabbi's life was now in imminent danger, for a death sentence had already been passed, but thanks to intervention by leading foreign statesmen, including former President Hoover and the late Sen. William E Borah, of Idaho, the Rabbi's life was spared. Instead, the Rabbi was exiled to Kostroma in the L'rals. Again giving way to great pressure by prominent foreign statesmen, the authorities released the Lubavitcher Rabbi on his birthday. After his release, the Rabbi left for Riga. Latvia, where without pausing for rest, he renewed his activities. He began by establishing a Yeshiva there. In the year 1929, the Rabbi visted Israel and then traveled to the United States. Returning to Europe, he continued his varied activities and in order to have better facilities for hiwork, he took up residence in Warsaw, Poland, in the year 1935 The activities of the Lubavitcher Yeshivoth in Poland now gained considerable momentum, and attracted scholars from all parts of Poland and other countries, includ ing the is Storm broke out again 111 Sept 1939 with Europe in the throes of a second world war. The Rabbi refused every opportunity to leave Warsaw until he had taken care of his Yeshivoth and done everything possible for his -uffenng brethren in the Polish capital The Rabbi remained there throughout the siege and bombardment of Warsaw and its final capitulation to the Nazi regime. His suffering and narrow escape under terrific bombardment were not in vain He had managed to evacuate a great many of his students, and all the American boys who had been study ing at the Lubavitcher Yeshiva :a were transported safely back to the IS The Rabbi came to America oi the ninth of Adar I Mar 191 in 194) to establish a World Torah center here. He subsequentiy established Yeshivoth and Torah schools throi. out the U.S. The Rabbi founded the Machane Israel and the Merkos L'lnyonei Chinuch organizations and issued a monthly journal as the official organ of the Chabad movement. The organizations he established are devoted to the general strengthening of Orthodox Judaism throughout the world and dedicated to every phase of Jewish education. This includes the establishing and maintaining of schools for boys and girls, the organization of Jewish youth into religious observance groups and circles, contact with servicemen, publication of textbooks and all other books pertaining to religion and the Chabad philosophy in more than ten languages, and maintaining camps throughout the U.S. and the world. Rabbi .loseph Isaac Schneersohn passed away on the 10th day >f Shevat, after thirty years of leaiership as head of the Chabad movement, which now continues under the present Lubavitcher Rebbe. and head of Chabad. Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneersohn. A local office of Merkos L'lnyonei Chinuch is at 2971 Sheridan ave., Miami Beach, tinder the directorship of Rabbi Abram Korf. a graluate of the Lubavitcher Rabbinic'. College of Brooklyn. aonoio 0'H I fiabrWbL ROOFING CO. Y ll Ttori b Miami Be-roof lag ft Repairs ill Type Roofs — SHace 1920 BI FOR FREE E3734ATES ON Roorafa Phone Rt 3-6244 JERUSALEM iJTA) — The Treasury'.Economic Development Authority submitted this week a four-year plan tor economic development which envisages a 20 percent annual increase in exports to raise export earnings from $441,noo.000 last year to 11,020.000,000 in 19)16 and to cut the foreign trade deficit from $400,000,000 to SL'oi", 000.000 The report 1submitted to the Cabinel s Vlinisterial economic committee. The next stage will be preparation of .1 detailed program for each of the four years and for sack branch of the economy. The plan projects a population increase of 110.000 annually, including 72.000 immigrants, to reach a total of 2.500.000 in 1966. The plan projects an increase in national output of nine to ten percent annually and a limitation of the increase in annual per capita consumption of 2.5 percent as compared with an average annual increase of five percent during the 1951-59 period. TICKETS TOURS CRUISES HOLIDAY HUNTERS TRAVEL AGENCY PLANNED INTERNATIONAL TOURS "We Can 5e of Service to You on Your Next Holiday Hunt" 5830 Sunset Drive, So. Miami M0 6-2516 To Serve f M is Our Pleasure I Ed. J. Vischi Real Estate in All its Breaches |U*6 NX 7rtt AVM1M •""one K 4-4667 Exhibit of the Jewish Book Council of America was arranged by the Greater Miami Bureau of Jewish Education for the recent national exhibit here of the American Library Assn. The exhibit featured the bust of Albert Einstein by the noted English sculptor. Sir Jacob Epstein. Seen is Mrs. Joseph Duntov chairman, of the Bureau's library committee and chairman of the exhibit committee. The committee also included Mrs. Joseph Abolow, Mrs. David Muskat. and Mrs. Anna Sintow. WINDOW SPECIALISTS SERVICE WE'RE PROUD OF!" Maintenance Inc. REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE OF ALL TYPES WINDOWS AND JALOUSIES Complete Stock of Replacement Parts 3427 N. Miami Ave. Miami 37, Fla. FRanklin 3-5491 Fossett's Prescription Pharmacy Huntington Medical Building 16S S.E. FIRST STRICT MIAMI, FLORIDA PRONE Fl 4-7*91 One of the largest and Most Complete Prescription Pharmacies in the World W. E. FOSSETT, Founder *-v-v~vv ^^>-^^^^-N^-^->^-V^>r^V^-V^V^ -^^V'v^V^V



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Poge 6-A *. fcnish ffrrf'f'jr Full Text of Goldberg Address to ZOA I .mi honored and happ share in the acti.::.'i your 85th ii \ c .-iii,)!! and to reaffirm our faith in the principles ol treedom and justice l iday, democracj haits gw ii •-: opp >rtunity MUJion> ol people .:: Africa and Latin America are gaining Independence, with itrewards and responsibilit.e*. For the most par;, they aspin to nothing to which we cannot subscribe Their aspirations cam mend themselves to our conscience ami to our emocratic ideals For us there onlj one course: to assist these people ol ihe world with our resources and skills, with our political and moral backing, and to prevent our a?s:si ..nee from being perverted along the way This idea is the policy of unselfish, practical help and assistance enunciated by the President ihat motivates our foreign aid proposals. The American Zionist movement affirms this examp'e. American citizens have been willing to invest their time, their money, their hearts and souls to he p develop in a remote section of the world a new life for countless people, a life based on common ideals of freedom and justice. The best interests of this nation are clearly in the development of the cemocratic spirit everywhere To me. the supreme test of an American's fidelity is this that he is one who does not conceal but affirms his origin, who is prou,d of it whatever it may be, and who recognizes that in the plurality of American life is our StreQgth and the source of 'he lreedom that we proudly profess 10 the world. It is worth remembering too, that Israel is a cause that stands eyond the ordinary changes of American public life In our goi iety it has not been a Jewish cause Friendship for Israel and empathy with Jewish aspirations Palestine have been repeatedly ndorsed by Presidents and m m ers "I Congress Friendship for Israel an I for ail democratic nations is a national commitment, and clearly it d. i vej from the common langu i of all those who -peak for free dom—the language of compassion which knows no country, no race. no creed. It resides in the human spirit, and the triumph of this -pirit is the goal oi American foreign polic) ARTHUR I. GOLDBIRG We have ilw ivs beer pre| to support this isl • ith ud and assistant el those wh i seek justice and freedom We have given our own wealth I hopeol others Today the support th II tioi. has given : > I •: i< h fully warrante i. It is a leni i : Stal freedoi f s| ol the press sparing un der a ivernmenl ol law. illusti i > thai ir dence in its lestinj was well founded Throughout the world, American assistance, both private and public, is based upon the assumption that a tree and democratic ua> of life is what people want. We remember (hat for the heart of Europe—for Turkey. Greece, Iran and elsewhere— the choice between national freedom and Communist enslavement would not be possible today if the United Stetes had not. for the past U yeirs, shown the depth of its commitment to freedom throughout the world in programs like the Mar shall Plan, the Truman Plan. Point Four and the rest. And tc-day, the Alliance for Progress takes its place with these massive commitments to the cause of justice. This sens mr hisl try is what I Presi lenl Ken nedj when he -ail "Asia Latm America, Africa and the Middle' East theirs is a revolution we would support regardless ot the Cold War. and regardless of which political or economic route they chose to freedom The American people, in their private endeavors, have always Earl Warren Off On Israel Tour By Special Report NEW YORK Chief Justice and Earl Warren will arrive in Israel on July H for a week's visit. Announcement ot the trip was made b> Dr. Louis Finkelstein, Chancedoi of the Jewish Theological Semii irj o| America under whose all spices Judge Warren is making his first trip to Israel. The chief Justice will be accompanied by Ben Swig, of San Fran Cisco, a member of the Seminal > board of directors He will meet Dr. Finkelstein in Jerusalem. It was the Seminary which first stimulated the Chief Justice's GOLFERS LOWER YOUR SCORESI fee can have new Grips installed— Clues reshaitei or reweiehted— WHILE YCU WAIT! Wood clubs refinighed like new— All nicks removed, rescored and mm* replaced. Also specials on golf shoes, bevgs, carts, balls, gadgets and accessories. Best selections "ivnrrMUM ton THE Gomic GOFF'S C0lF CLUB **** %  %  J SERVICE 1423 Ponce de Leon Blvd. HI 3-2659 Coral Gables. Fie. interest in the role of law in Jewish life a' a weekend conference on "Law as a Moral Force" held at the Seminary in the fall of 1958, attended by the Chief Justice and by former President and Mrs. Truman. During histay in the Holy Lan I, Chiel Justice Warren will meet with the Prime Minister of Israe members of the Israel Supreme Court, and with other government dignitaries a; a reception given in his honor on July 9 by the SebuckI en Institute tor Jewish Research, the Jerusalem library and research center of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. On the day of Ins arrival, the Chief Justice will be the luncheon guest of Golda Meir. Israel Foreign Minister and. on July 9. following the receptiun. he will be entertained at a dinner by Utuk Olshan. Chief Justice of l.-rael During his \i tmian Jnsl ::. \. \ %  en their generous support to those movements winch attempted to better mancondition and set him free. wherever he might be, it was thus with the Zionist philosophy, which held that the people of Israel would use their national genius not only for their own purposes hut tor the enrich menl and glory >f tinentire Midlie Easl l he early leaders ol the Zionist movement spoke of a Jewi-h state which would labor for victories ol the -pint. That goal lnot out of view. The Middle East, the birthplace of civilization and culture, of art and government, can flower again The cooperative development of great resource.-, the putting a-ide ot the -word and the taking up of the plowshare, are a venture lhat would serve the best f all nati ins and ot the world As the President has said. The Midcle East needs water, not war; tractors, not tanks, bread, not bombs. The present state of affairs does not serve the best interests of either Israel or the Arab States. From the cooperation of these two awakened nationalisms could come a new age for the Middle East." It iin this >pint of positive creation and progress that Anier icanreaffirm their friendship to all people in the Middle Last. all.I reassert their hope that all might live in peace Our friendship tor one Slate is not based upon hosj tility toward another Katner. we respect the right of every na tion to develop according to its own lights, flying its own flag, charting its own course And we believe, as we always have, that peace can exist and freedom thrive if men so will it Seek peace, and pursue it." commands the psalmist This II our vision and our responsibility Metro Commisssion Chairman Alex Gordon (riqht hands : check for SI million to Miami Beach Mayor Kenneth Ok: 1 The money will be used to buy right-of-way to wider. C ave. from 46th to 58th st. It is part of Metros S40 million bor.: I issue tor highway improvements. Collins ave. will be wide:, j ed "om its present 90 feet to 120 feet. Synagogue Council of America I Affirms Ruling on School Prayer I Continued from Page l-A we welcome the deCISMfl ot the United States Supreme Court. 'This decision is a challenge to all religiously minded people;— clergy and laymen alike to redouble their efforts in spiritualizing the homes of America Religion becomes meaningful not only when it is taught in churches and synagogues but when it is practiced daily in the homes." The Synagogue Council ol la I lea IN the national coordinate agency for the rabbinical and cr I gregalional associations of t: I orthodox. Conservative and Rtir.\ Jewish communities conipr nj Central Conference of Americr.l Rabbis. RabOinical Assembly. Rs:-| tunica] Council of America, Unwl of American Hebrew I %  turn-, in ion of Orthodox Jewui Congregations of Anur .. 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r, July 6, 1962 +Jeni$r FkrMi-ir Page 11-B Prominent Briton Passes LONDON — (JTA)— Sir Edward LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE UNDER F.CTITIOOS NAME LAW iaion. promMient ttilmcco magnate NOTICE is III*:I;I:I;Y HLVKN rhe.t NOTICE I-> HEMSMf u-iaV-EN Umt %  ind lcwt-.li r-nmmunal l,i-nl„r ,ii.,,1 '*"• undersigned, desiring to engage In lh< undersigned, desiring in _• .Hid jewun communal leader, died bualnew. undei lh. rictftlotfs na f In business undei Hi. fictitl here thii week at the age of 70. FEDCO niHcorxT CENTERS' He waa a member of the council t -. .>! the Anglo-Jewish Assn., and a lirector of the Palestine Electric corporation. %  i ll\l:i:\ S S'ERVIl I. .-I \TI' iN I He waa a member of the* council. j.' .'i U ,''~,'T''' 1 V' '""" %  Mlam J *" N '.'• %  ",""' s '"," N ... ...... 1-....-I1. 1 %  ..!,,!., Intends i" register Maid Beach, Florida Intel -. I in.with Hi.Clerk of the Cln ill name with thi Clerk of the Cli I ..•mi ui Dade County, Kkrlda i irl of l'iol. County, Klorl ... •AASHINOTO.N l>KfU COMPANY HARRY I CiH KuV.NER MANNHEIM MR EDWARD H TERRY Attoi nej n.r Waantngton Druir Co Attorne: for ownei 7/613-20-27 -7 N 1: 8rd S'treel — Miami Shorrs. Florida NOTICE UNDER • LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 5(338. A SHK i: lute of %  MY SI I Kit. MAN" S.\."IIS I FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN thai Hi.undersigned, desiring to engagi liUHlm s* uirdei the fli tltio .mi n • MIDWAY HAR ni 2322 N K 2nd Avi nue, Miami. Klorida Inti nd tn %  -.-:-•. said name M ll h the Clerk nf lh. i euli Court ..• Had, Com t> I' %  A I.Ii:i:i • VNDERHON I I.M KNII' I IK C1CCII HENRY A KAMI NOTICE TO VIED TORS Po All Creditor* und All Persons ilav1 %  or IV ma 1 ,i. \^., Insi Said %  ••• 1 llfl. .,11,1 t. ., "wni mi) .-I • tiiimil rl. u ..mlv Mldw u> liar i it., i, against the e* i w ashington A i1 nl Si, In > Mi..111111 Sail ileMiami Reach, hlorlda %  eii -l lali il I lade I 'nunl Kim Ida, lutlgi nl 1 • li 1 mi%  ind • I hi -ui.. in 1I1.1 nfficeH NOTICE UNDER Courthouse in Dadi FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COLPT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 56333 B IN" RK KSTATK HI Mi iN ST 1: rx IN 11., NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Cred li ami A'l I', i • ill. in.in ii B'rith honors Dr. Jonas Salk (riah; developer of polio ^cine for creative leadership in the ::?'.i 3: preventive iicine." B'na: B'rith president. Label A. Kate, presents Salk with cor.-.rr.er.datory plaque at organization's recent inial convention. Dr. Salk will dire;: ;'.--? Salk Institute iBiolcaical Studies it San Dieqo. Ca'.:: rbin Named UF Unit Chairman %  '• wllhln -l\ calendar NuTICE IS HEREKY lilVEN Urn %  Hie daii ..1 the first the undersigned desiring to eiurag .'";' "' %  '"> '" %  • 'be name ill business mdei the fictitious i ie barred | •• RREN1 IA SAI "US \V VLTER S IAI.K > A It WIENER ni-: ratoi a \l UIVIN I WIENER, Vttorm > ey 11 M in 'I I : % %  -::: Retail \, each of yon in iitlfl, •i-13*20-27 ,l irn> mot demands elthei ol .. mi) IIH %  •. mi Inti id SIMl i.N STRI \ IN dec. itt ol Hail. Count) I • %  1 • %  i Hoi I1I1 Count) ,,i. %  • 1 • .III.I fil< tin -.,.. ii, • .. %  ,,,.,v ... .,, Hade Count) Klorida, within • viln.nl iS .V' 1 >'l-n.lai months Intend* 1, f I %  %  %  %  : %  li'.. .11.-..l tit, claimani and to be sworn 1 ........ 1 wnu •> III I1 1 111 %  ,i .1 in. %  %  • 11 %  A I %  196; NOTICE BY PUBLICATION 'N THE C.RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 7231 \i VRY GILLIAM, I'lnintlff, nanii with the Clerk of lh, Cli Coiiri -.1 hade County, Klorida MOSAM Cl IRP R> M l.i *op|H In,an. Vli 1*1 .-1,1, M! HARRY /.I 'K KltNliK ^r..:;;\i::.rL ,,,.„ ;... In IS '••••••<.iv.'. Serbin has t 1 icttve in fundBeach, H II %  a. chairraising im %  of l te !ombined if the Special i committee Jewi-h \p\ .1 Temple Beth' Miami B* a 1 t*>2 fall camSholom rRiMtuE O ILLIAM oi the United F nd, it was Metro in Alexander i'. ••'• miant' by Ernest Gordon • H associate; T ,, T Hmi"t'nn.uljiSi mGt Miami Bea %  %  in camchairman %  scia lifts comMI wuKhinmon' chairman. mittee. .. Cincinnati. Ohio 1 1 are hi reb) notified thai H Bill if 1 "..iii|.i 1 iin f..i 1 livon • hi1... n filed agaiiiHl you, and v>u are re O/ NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 7128 NEHHA I.1ISA MARHESIC, I'lain 1 Iff. \ .RAl' I. Kl H'ARI •' MARI 'Ksir. I'.-i. n.I..in SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tl It A I I. Kl M Mtliil M \l;l .|:s|i %  8" Road, Apt I'" KoreKl Hill.-. N. York You II VII. EIH'AKIKI MAltl iKsii" • • I.-, notified thai i Bill of i "om.11 ill N STRCNIN I 111 1: roH \N AKxi 1 iton of thi 1. 1-' %  %  Ti ma men I nl SIMl IN STRI NIN 1 .. -. 1 M I INKKL Attorni ) ill K i Streei Vila 12, Klorida Attorm fi C : %  • • 1-20-31 IN THE CIRCUiT COURT OF T-S 1ITH JUDICIAL DISTRICT IN A\3 FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. NO 62C 638i I \ I'll \'i:i' %  ICRTEEN, .. widow, i'lali I t It to nerve a i*o|>) "' youi Answer iilalni foi Divorce hae been filed WILLIAM I STONE anil L1 r I 0 %  l 1 %  : "'to tlo Bill of Com plain I ngnlm-i you, and vim an re of AURUet, 1882 Annwei •' %  Heading in thi offlci nl i: .-I,-. i hi* wlfi v i ii .lh. .-„ % %  %  %  ledlati JY J M L'.EB • >:• I Harb %  • Ir I WILLIAV L CO.V4N ; II sw S8M rl Mi ." -m gfl ., .,,!,, 'r ,-n N A Ma) ." •> -* l '. Inwife, • .iii.l .... Sadii re In Detroit with thi Mian ,. \ ^••• bj Riverside Mat • M-i i > • •• • i s h-'.'l in\ili ceil WAS ROSS MILLER %  : .• .•.: %  iml Reach, _, ,., .. i. i^i N fork city and iSunshine Lodge 1 [ ate her husoand, I ,| i %  ; 111I "\ %  in. %  .-. %  %  M ij 28 iii i: M ha \it .M i.i II .i fail to do -... jii'lmii.-iii bj .1.the Clerk -.f the Clrcuil Courl oi I be til ken agnlnsl you for the befuri the .iili da) I Vui -• 1862 If you fall to do % %  |ud in. in bj di fault ill bi laki n analnsl yi the rellel demanded in thi Rill ..i 'ompla in' Tinnotice shall I.,published once each .-.-k i.,i f,.ui I'onsecutlvi weeks in THE JE 1SII KLoRiUlAN. I MINE \\|. i IRPEREP at Miami I oi Ida this -'i-ili da; of Jum \ 11 186! K B I.EATHERMAN Cli k • 'ii.-uii i 'ourt, I .>!.Count}. fi-. i Ida iseal) Bj K M LYMAN, Depiit) Clerk MNsl.KK It l-Kltl'IK Attorne) f..i Plaintiff Hi K M LYMAN, I'.-pun Clerk nee RONALD II LEVY e.| IIIN" I-: 163rd Street .\..i th Miami Reiu-h, Kan Ida S,ir\ Ivll £ .-irhi ivifi .ji M Pi II MRS LILLIA-. i/*JS) li. I I .. :. ii.l.iiii.AMENDED ORDER OF PUBLICATION Ti William I Stone and i ., illne Stom his lfe, i .• Van i 'ourtland Hotel, I I. W. -t 18th Street, Ni V.,ik. S. Yo k You .H • her, b) nottfli .1 thai it imeniled bill >.f complaint for :• Insure of .i mortgage, haa %  i filed .iiiain^t you in thi abovi -t\l--i court covering thi following desci .- .. lid Slat. Tou ar. li.r.l.) r..|uii..i to aerva cop) ••: yuui gnawer on W K.-ot .i.in. son, '.Til S W 36th Stn I ISTER ELECTRIC COMPANY, INC. llectricai Cofi/focfors ISIDETNTI^L %  COMM KUL fDUSTRiAL .T;IT:\S MAINTENAr. ; = PAIR FOSTH, %  raiMwrf AiR CONOI T IOM N J I-I1 ADEQUATE WIRING W. FIACLER ST. HI 1-2671 |ht, Sundays 1 H-ll 1l,s Dial HI 34''22 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORDA IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 6328 \\ II.1.1 A M la iRNSTEIN an.I KA li: S It. IRNSTEIN, llffs, \ RICHARD K IUXCAN ui,I I Kl IZAIIKTII M, IH'NCAN iN'oKMAN I MEYER and MAIt.lA HARRY SACHS It MEYER, anil UEiiRtlE L. '. i ive Miami Mi KKNNA mid II ELAINE Mi) H ime here MoK EN.NA l lefendani NOTICE BY PUBLICATION To flEORC.K I. Mi KKNNA and B ELAINK Mi KENNA % %  'heal mil A\ enue Teanei k, Ni \\ Jerae) v.,I ARK HKHKUY StlTIMKD lhal Complalnl to Korecloae Mortgag IT8SW FlaglerSt.. Ml %  ::. Kl., jailngwl. Klorida. and file the answei in the otflca of thClerk .if 20-27 :-. • %  ;o years N Yoi k in -,,, .rival %  eatlgator. I '. ith i, Ham ind : • -. i ..w for tlo* I -1-,! m thi ., II n :. ,l I lated tinlMh da of Juni K I". LEATHERM \N l"l. Ik of in III %  ant B II LANM \V 1 '• ; %  u t \ ('I. ik i v II. I 11V, followl i -I. -, i llieil |ii opei IN loNOTiCE UNDER F.CTITIOUS NAME LAW N'IITICE IS HEREBY lilVEX thai tlo im.:. ,i ing to engagi In I. i-: n. -unit Ihi I;; i: i, .iiit.mi, %  ,,: 'lui.l ,n11.an Sui -.i -. -, his n 11 Mil .W IMIII Strei i. Perrim Kloi nain. in ol i Uhl %  in I M • n GENERAL AUTO REPAIRS WOODY'S TEXACO SEBVIlli Lubrication Spscialiits — Gas Oils latreriii • Tirai ntenib said .: • 111. Clerk ol lbClrcuil %  II, i|iiartei ol Section S, D •; %  County, Klorida South, Itaiigi 18 l"..,-t. I.ROI.A l"si KANo ...n^ In i'.i.i.County, soli mvnei Rosellbl %  v Itosi In A Ri -in. i, .1 agnlnsl you, and •• • u Attorneys for -ipplh-ani %  i :.. -,i \.., > .,p) of youi "_ 61 *1-20-1 i II Pleading to Ihi Complalnl IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE a i iiiniiii-. attorneys, CAID1N IITH JUDICIAL DISTRICT IN AND COTHENBERU, S0J Biscil) n. Bllilil FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. Miami ;•-'. Klorida, anil 70 N.W. 5tk mar "Stnht wit* • Smitt' ntONI f* 3 9533 laby Die-Dee Diaper Service "•If 4 I*'I I MIAMI'S t I f S T • Exclusive laundry for Diapers and Baby Clothes N.W. 10th AVENUf PHONi Fc>s*J Miami .:•.'. hlorlda, anil file lh* ii.-ni.il Answer oi Pleading In the %  r ill. i "lerk ol %  hi i 'In ull i".utt ..a ... befi re the • -111 da) of Vugust, 1862 If .-ii fall to do so. in, lniii.nl b) default ill be taken ii*.iiii-t *..>11 for the rellel demanded n lb.i 'out).I ilnt. 11 VTEI' thla Srd da) of Jul). 1862 i: II |.E VTHERMAX, Cli rk. Circuit Court, lai. County, Klorida -. ,'i By: K M LYMAN, l ..put. Clerk THE McCUNE COMPANY CONSULTANTS — APPRAISERS MIAMI Established 1914 FRankUn 3-7796 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 — Acts ot 1941 File AA.207J3 NuTICi: IS HEREBY lilVEN thai Hlaleah Renlt) .v Investment Corp holder of County Tnx Sale Cartlflcati No, 1686 laaiMd the lal day of June. A I19*0, haa filed -am,In my office, and haa mada application foi > tax deed to bi Issued thi reon Said ('• r iiiu.it nbracea the following de• ilI i i I v in Hi. I ',.uiil > of Hade, State ..f Florida, lo-wll Uil %  I'.lo. k I -IHlaleah nib Addn., Plal Book %  • r,.. |( in iii.Count) .a i'.i.i. Stati il l loi Ida, The aaaei sinenl ol said pmpi 11 i he i 'i certificate •>..In the l: I li ii.i: 11 i.-l. lull-.-II I i ertlfli Iti -':. deemed i n I inn i<. law, i hi propi i \ descrltM I h.-i .in i. iii IM sold i o i blild, r at thi i *oui i l Lai-. door -.n i hi firm Moudai In Ihi n onth %  i \ 1962, hli ii i%  he '.Hi dai i till-, a .1 .i.i K ,,f Jul) 1963 K B LEATHERMAS i "Irk I • irl I M.I.Count) i%  tla Bj K M LEEI'ER l '.-.. it) • "lerk 7,6-13-2 '-^7 NOTICE OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Te ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 62C 6623 IRKNK VKRi >NIC V B" 'VH. Plaintiff, \ Ull. KIWI B Rl iVI '. • %  SUIT FOR DIVORCE TH Wll.l.l \.M i: I'.nYI' I I'M Hi SS Stn t. s,nith Hamilton, • mi i 'an.i,l. %  You are hen hereby notified I -' ., IM ,,i Complaint t.'i Divorce haa i„. n ni. ,i agalnsl you, an I you are requite.1 lo aorvi a cop) of your An.„. i .a Pleading t" th. BUI of Complaint "ii iio plalnttfl \"-a ney, I'M I. K WITS BY. ESQ., 126 Lincoln Ri ad, Miami Bi ai h, Klorida, and :ile iii. ,,i Iglnal An.-" • r % % % %  Pb ailing la Ihi ..tit. %  ol ilu Clerk ol HiCircuit i "ourt r i" i.i. iii'i da.) of Julv, 1962. If you fall i" .1" %  -•'. Judgment by default iii bi taken agalnat i. r •-• Hi i demanded In the BUI Id i 'omplalnl Thi in • shall bi publish! .1 -nit a cop) .a \,.ur answer ithi suit In THE JEWISH ELORIDIAN for divorce filed*agHlnsI you. on plainIKiXE ASt> ORDERED ,i Miami attorne) \\ Kenl Jameson, Kkirlda this 18th da) ••! June, A.D. :.. i \w :.,iii -i Miami Klorlrts and 1962 in. Hi. original with tl,. Clark ol E H LEATHERMAN, Clerk, th. Courl ..ii or i..!.,i. .'i.tii da) ..f Clrcuil Court, Dadi County, Klorida July. 1962, .a judgment by default n'lrciill Con ; Si ill ili i„ entered agalnsl you B> I SNEEDEN Dated this i -1 ti da) .•( Juni 196! Deput) Cl*rk i: It LEATHERMAN I All. KWITNE1 Clerk of Circuit .'..uit i*n Lincoln Roa B) M CAVALARIS Miami B-ach, l-l.-ii.ia 1 leputy "let k MI. i a, \ foi Plaintiff •: :'. 2S 7 •'. 1,1 6 22, %  .': %  7 •>, 13 IN CHANCERY NO 62C6626 I' I, IHN BENANTI, Plaintiff, \ HELEN i BEN\Nil I., fendanl ORDER OF PUBLICATION Tl II. len .1 Bi nanii k .. Jos \\ Wi Igand N\ land \ -. • i '.'lunil-iiI. i ilu,. ^'<.'I an hereb) notified t-. SUPERIOR STAMP & SEAL WORKS MANUFACTURERS OF SUPERIOR RUBBER STAMPS Corporation Seals and Supplies CHARLIE MERZ, Owner 613 N.E. 1st Ave. FR 4-1034



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Page 2-3 +Je*lst FkridliJir Friday. July 6. 1982 11 = Pioneer Women Off on Tour Mrs Holla Kahn, 3388 SW th 5l Miami, and Mrs. Harry Altman, i pening >:' its new summer la) imp8, T>:< and Tykes, for > to 5-year ilds, and Ha-GeGah. for > :> 12-year-olds. The camping season got off to a start las; Moadaj 2 when 175 children and a staff >f 40 re ported far the eight-week camping period. During -he week, campers were treated tj a field trip to Food Fair Bakeries, bowling at Cloverleat Lanes, an I swimming J: the Monita hotel. Staff includes two arts and craft; instructors. Doris Heyman and Hannah Schorr; a iance and drasnter matics instructor, loan Cohen; and official a Red Cr >-^ swimming instructor. Cal Peltz. Rabbi Stern on Television Ra'cbi Tibor Stern, spiritual lead ar >f Beth lac >b Congregation, will be heard on Still Small Voice." television porgram sponsored by the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn.. this Sunday. 10 a.m.. over WCKT. eh. 7 Subject of Rabbi Stern's talk is "The Rabbi's Chal I lege." and will be directed to the Rabbinical Council ol America con vention here only HELLMA1WS could do such wonderful S for salads! thing! Tonight, make your salad too tempting to resist! It's easy with any one of Hellmann's tantalizing dressings—French .. .Old Homestead* French ... or Italian. AH three give your Try HELLMANN'S FRENCH So subtly spiced,, so aromatic salads fuller, tastier flavor .. .• more enticing aroma. Try them soon .. with meat or dairy meals. They're sure to become a family favorite — just like Hellmann's* Mayonnaisel %  s arawa.i Hellmann's int..m are ta' lZ~L y ""^ P'covr H nann's uni.iuu P-i J tj~:i:.; ng t-a... pi ti lc Km Yehudah Moshe Women Installed Rabbi Sheldon Stemmelz officiated at the recent installation ot officers and board of the Sisterhood ot Congregation Yehudah Moshe, Officers are Mesdames Frieda Blank, president; Syd Polis. Bstelle Schecter, Emma Hornstein, and Mary Halpern. vice presidents; Shirley Wool, recording secretary; Florence Klotz. corresponding secretary; Teddy Rosenblatt, financial secretary; and Anne Miller, treasurer Several of the women's organization members are also leaders in local parent-teacher groups. They Include Mesdames Roslyn winii. president, I'TA, North Miami Junior High School; and Dorothy Brown, a past president of Sisterhood, who is legislation chairman for the Dado County ITA. TETLEY ICED TEA IS GESHMAKSTEL Gurion Branch To Close Season I Ben-Gurion Branch of Farband will have its closing meeting of the season next Wednesday owning. 8 p.m., at the Cultural Center. 842 Washington ave. Max Astor, president, will con duct the business portion of the meeting, Burnard Fiirman, cultural chairman, will oftor a review of "The Foot of Pride," by Malcolm Hay. Program will also feature the 75th birthday celebration ot William Beckwith, financial secretary of the branch. f NOW! : • • : for mogic-easi< meals.. 2 l^couio : % %  KOSHER : j SLICED BOLOGNA J W/LNO KOSHER S/ioaf %  OlOONA THE TINY LITTLE TEA LEAVES give fullest strength and flavor! OWtiflf 1 KwKtnM PIIVI M '.'•/. (Vim. H O'fi-'sidi French 0 iislna SBKg; St All certified Ka*her-Parve IF Y01 LIKE HELLMAXX'S MAYOXYUSE YOU'LL LOVE ilRLMAXV* DRESSINGS INSTANT OR REGULAR fta^io servwl Ask for All WILN0 Kosher PRODUCTS Corned Beef, Pastrami, Salami, Bologna, Krispit Frankfurters Kushruth Quality Flavor WILNO KOSHER SAUSAGE CO. (of Chicago) MIAMI BRANCH 2181 N.W. 10th AVENUE Phone FR 16551 Deep rich mellow tasty... mCHLESS! no other cheese in the world hits the spot like GENUINE IMPORTED SWITZERLAND SWISS CHEESE r or the package f or SMIERLAND Th,n you know you if •" %  -* ,/. g,nu,n,-Sw>* •••• imporUdtromS*!""*'"' tnd noihtrt tl>r' Buy it sliced or In a hff tasty chunk today for sandwiches, omelets, salads, canapes :''>r breakfast, lunch |> per and icebox i. idintf It's the one cheese everybody loves for true ta'am of Switzerland! Ta'am of Switzerland!



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.T". U n J fAe Ci/ i ovnan s "WorU by ISABEL GROVE Lovely SarHy De Leon will bo the guest of honor at a bridal ,r Tuesday at the home of Mrs Mickey (Yvette) Kraus with ,; Louis i Ituth Gidney co-hostess at the luncheon for 25 v. with the planning of the festivities, junior hostesses the ei Mkki Kraus. now Mrs. Jack Pros, and Miss Nelsa Gidnej Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip De Leon, Sandy will become lh bride of Jack Godstritch on July 25 His parents are Emanuel and Belle Goldstrich Home for the summer, talented Michele Levin who has just completed her sixth year at Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia Next year at 18. when she receives a decree in piano and composition, she will be the youngest double major ever graduated from Curtis which accepts only scholarship students But tor 'he nest few months, she plans nothing more strenuous than helpher parents settle into a new home with lots of time lulling around the pool with them and her younger brother Phillip Of Cours< several hours of every day will be devoted to practising, uid Michele has even consented to take a few lucky pupils Daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Levin, this brilliant musician ill remembered here for her magnificent p e r form ance of the %  rshwin Fantasy with Paul Taubman and the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra at the Miami Beach 'Pop" Concert last August t • \ ringing cheer for Miami Beach High debaters and orators ho put thi area right at the top with two first places m the S'ational Forensic League tournament held last week at Montana State University The eight-member school team won the sweepstake* champion.-hip for scoring the highest number of points in ill categories The country's first place winner in the boys' extemporaneous division was Stephen Mackauf. 17. who just graduated from Miami Beach High Son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. Mackaui. of Adams ave.. Stephen will enter the University of Miami this fall on a four year debate scholarship Second in the nation with her dramatic reading was Trudy Gertler Mike Von Borsig placed fifth in debate, and Allen Albert was third in poetry reading Sponsored by the Speech Boosters Club and •ivic, service and business organizations, the Beach team, which on the state championship in 1961 and '62. includes Jay MechAllen Fuller. Olan Paul and David Kaye ... To complete the honors won, Mrs. Richard D (Jillen, the group's instructor, was named > oach of the Ye:ir • • Former Mianrians. Terry and Leonard Ulasser. now living with their ;!.. children in Puerto Rico, here to visit with friends and 'in,, and attend the wedding of Ellen Rovenger. daughter of tnends. Sylvia and Ben Rovenger When they return Puerto Rico, ljyearold Jeffrey Gidney will accompany them i nd a month there He's the son of Terry's sister and hrothoi in-law, Ruth and Louis Gidney \ happy crowd Of 125 attended a cocktail and dinner dance %  the Algiers hotel last week in honor of Jack Sheldon Stevens. *ho was confirmed on June 23 at Temple Emanu-Kl. with Dr. Ir\ i Lehman officiating Proud parents are Dr. and Mrs Theolore Stevens, of Allison Island Out-of tow tiers at the event in eluded Mr. and Mrs Jack Mes-er and Jack Stark, all of Gotham Town Also among guests was a maternal grandmother. Mrs nic sine, of Miami Beach The Bar Milzvah hoy', lister, II of a pert 9. entertained at the piano, to the singing ot Mr Bennett Lee Mrs Stevens turned out for the event in a black sequin tup and white satin bell skirt Incidentally. 14vear-old Henry Stevens was reaffirmand at the Bar Mit/v.ih ceremonj at the Temple All in all, a happy weekend for the Sm n lamilj • • • Sammy Lynn Jordan, daughter of actor Owen Jordan, will be her aunl and uncle, Charles and Ruth Jacobson, in Coral The teen ager has the name of a famous Broadwaj stai instrumental in giving Jordan his first big break in show She live, in Yorktown Heights, N.Y and is interested ning fashion design, and a possible nursing career 1 ordan is the noted TV ..nor and recording star, whose oice is frequentl) heard dubbing the dialogue for actors in foreign movies :: ing after a trip out West t" Phoenix, Ariz., to attend the ol their ion, Allan, to Paula Pavell on June 10, are Mr. and Mrs Ben (Beverly) Lett, ol Homestead, and brother and sis in-law, Mr. and Mrs Lannj (Elaine) Lett, of Miami The out-of-town visitors were time early to enjoy the many prenuptial luncheons and dinners in honor of the couple. Among lose entertaining were Mrs. Esther Beller and daughter. Abbie. nix, sister and niece of the bridegroom's mother, and Mr and Mrs. Jack | Marge Pavell. mother and father of the bride Following the wedding and reception. Iten and Beverly. Lanny and Flame, and Esther and Abbie went on to enjoy the festivities afforded in Lai Vegas After a honeymoon in Las is. the newly-married Lefts will live at 2627 Mobile, Kl Paso, 11 %  dr and Mrs. Henry Gilbert, of 12670 NF Miami pi are just glowing [f a ii„. latest achievement of their daughter, Elayne, who is .; senior at the University of Miami She has attained ever> journalism student's dream to edit the school paper NW was recentl] named associate editor of the Hurricane Her dad u] go elated you'd think he sold a million dollars in life insurance which he does, annually Dr Abraham Wolfson. director of the Spinoza Outdoor Forum. •o Samuels, musical director of Temple Menorah. and Gus Free!";"'. M wetary of the Miami Beach Music and Art League, have %  by ,ar for llendersonville Dr. Wolfson will visit with his twin grandsons. Tom and Bill Shapiro, who are counselors at Blue B .f, r Canm ,nt r *" Tom is a scholarship student at Harvard and Kl is a scholarship student at Tulane. V "drewisli Floridian Miami, Florida, Friday, July 6, 1962 Section 3 She Hopes for Fulfillment of Moon's Vow A pleasant surprise awaited Mr. and Mrs. Max Swartz. of 3300 Granada. Coral Gables, when a large delegation of Miami Hadassah women met them at the airport on their return fio.n Isr_el and Europe. Debarking with them was Mrs. Swartz's brother, Charles Rosenuarten. of Waterbury, Conn., president of the World Council of Synagogues. At the head of a cavalcade of cars, they were whisked off to the home of president of Miami chap ter of Hadassah, Mrs. Joseph Mil ton, 4849 Ronda, Coral Gables, where Mrs. Swartz held forth happily on her experiences. What impressed her most strongly, Mrs Swartz said "was the new Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center at Jerusalem. There are 500 beds in the hospital, an outpatient clinic handling 250,000 visits annually, an administration building, a nurses residence with quarters for 150 students, a medical center with an annual enroll^W^iJ Temple Beth Shirch Sisterhood holds a recent business meeting, installation and luncheon at Westbrooke Country Club. Shown are Mrs. Herman Gottlieb, Mrs. Harry Kodish, Mrs. Gerald Stein and Mrs. Perry Elkin discussing plans for the coming year. Newly-installed president of Temple Beth Shirah Sisterhood, Mrs. Jack Somberg. and vice president, Mrs. David Markenson. check over minules and plans for the cominq year with Mrs. Leon Roth, wife of the Temple president, and Cantor Herman Gottlieb, following a recent installation luncheon at Westbrooke Country Club. Beach Chapter Party Sunday A "Swim Fat-Dance" party will be held by the Miami Beach chapter of Children's Asthma Research Institute and Hospital at Denver on Sunday from 6 to 10 p.m.. at the Venetian Arms Cabana Club. Mrs Sidney Ritterman. president, announced. All proceeds will go to aid the free treatment and research prog ranis of the National Home. The non sectarian institution is dedicated to the free treatment on a nationwide basis of all children stricken with chronic intractable asthma, the worst form of this illness. Mrs Ritterman said that "the National Home Currently is laced with a pressing admission waiting list of sc\ercl\ asthmatic children who are in desperate need of the Home's free medical services Mrs. Bert Whitman is chairman for tickets for the Sunday event which will feature the F.I Dorados. a teen-age dance ban,!, consisting ol Fred Ritterman. Kenny Wolf. David Frank and Paul Kardos. Pounded in 1907. the Children's Asthma Research Institute and Hospital at Denver has on its patient roster severely asthmatic children from almost every community in America ment of 450. a mother-and-chiH pavillion—it is actually a City it Science. The building is beautiful, and practical as well, with a cen tralized nurses station, from which all patients' rooms are visible Mrs. Swartz. referring to the synagogue in the Medical Center, said that she gazed "in awe" at the solemnity and beauty of its ar rangemont. and was "stirred to tears" at the world-famous Chagall stained glass windows depicting the twelve tribes of Israel. "People travel great distances to see these works of art." she noted. About her living quarters. Mrs. Swartz said "everyone was so gracious and hospitable that after i few nights in a hotel my husband and I were invited to spend the rest of our stay in someone's home The family was typical of the Is raelis. A son of high .school age v. a s attending the Seligsber^ School of Printing and Precisian Instruments. A daughter of 18 was in the army, while another Jaugh ter was studying medicine at the university. In Israel, every boy and girl, at the age of 18. enters the army for two to two and a halt years, studying and working while in the service. "The countryside is developed Where before there were sand an rocks, there are now millions ot trees, planted to provide shade and to keep the soil from being wa>he 1 down the hillsides. The centuriesneglected fields now have groves of citrus fruit" What is the general temperament of the Israelis'.' "They are a verv pleasant people." Mrs. Swartz no; ed. "The children walk along, singing wherever they go. Thev take long hikes. In fact, the peonle walk. walk, walk—Druze. Arab. Christian, Jews of every coloring and from every country, arm-inarm, laughing, singing, dancing. It was thrilling to watch On the Sabbalh. beginning at 3 o'clock. Friday afternoon, until sundown Saturday evening, all shops ire closed and traffic is alms! non < xistant, "We saw much of the country We had a wonderful cab driver. He told us that all cab drivers must attend the university for a j at least, in order to become .. authorized guide. They are required to know history They must have a tremendous fund of information, and must be equippe l '. > answer all questions. Our dnvir took us to the Jewish Ageno Building, where 1 saw the names ol my parents inscribed on parchment in the Rook of Life." This too was a thrill. Etched upon her mind is the scene as Mr. and Mrs Swartz climbed up a hill under an enormous red full moon, shining over Jerusalem. "It was inspiring anil awesome, an omen and a promise it seemed to me. of harmony and iriendship in the not-too-distant future, when the neighboring countries would want peace with Israel Our next visit, we hope, will find the promise of the full moon fulfilled." 'Hospitality Hop' Saturday Westl-rooke Country Club will hold a "Hospitality Hop" on the terrace overlooking the pool Saturday for members and prospective members. Committee chairmen are Mrs Sheldon Kay, Mrs. Haro! I I'omerantz. and Mrs. Morns Fox who said more than 1.000 couples are expected to attend.



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T ]rewlslh FIorudlfLairi Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY olume 35 — Number 27 Miami. Florida. Friday, July 6, 1962 Two Sections — Price 20* Synagogue jUi.it Affirms Court Ruling By Spci*l Report I NEW Y< RK— Rabbi Julius Mark. bresidenl :: the Synagogue Council bl America, this week voiced apbroval of -he Supreme Court decision or. tr.e recitation of the Regents pra>tr in the New York pubtic ichoi : -ystem. "The S; I I gOgue Council of America has cftristently opposed pray %  r in tbi public school,' 1 he tii,n in a story reporting the recent dialogue held in Jerusalem under the auspices of the American Jew ish Congress In 8 cable to 'I line k.iick do • • %  I "Your report under 'Opinion' in Time Magazine misquotes Prime Minister Ben-Gjrion. He has never declared that Jews, wherever they might be, owe "heir first allegiance to Israel. ActualContinued on Page 16A lions, criticism from Catholic cesmen and a mixed reaction from Protestant organizationMembera oi Cuhgrcc: were bitter in their protests and several moved to -tart the machinery for a constitutional amendment to permit voluntary prayers in schools. Simultaneously, predictions I were made that there would be a c'rive throughout the United States to eliminate many standard sectarian practices in American schools. The American Civil Liberties Union noted that several related suits were moving through lower courts en route to the Supreme Court. The organization said it planned to ask its 33 affiliates nationally to measure local school practices against the Supreme Court decision. Among the practices now facing the court tests are Christmas nd Chanuka observances, Easter program, recitation of the Lord's Prayer, and bacca'aureate services. As bitterness mounted a :ainst the decision—which many experts said was not as embracing as the cnties assumed — anti-Semitic undertones began to emerge. One of the five parents who conducted the suit against the New York Regents pra>er which ended with the Supreme Court ban re• ported that he and his family had been vilified with anti Semitic insults and threats of death. The parent. Lawrence Roth Continued on Page 11-A Of Argentine Jews in Protest Against Anti-Semitism POUCE Ffff ON JtWS PACE 7-A RABBI NUSSBAUM NEW PRESIDENT PAGE 3-A JFK Lauds Zionist 'Experience' In Message to 65th Confab Bl ENOS AIRES — (JTA) — Jewish stores, factories, offices aI schools were closed throughout Argentina one da) this week in protest against increased anti-Jewish violence which culminated in the abduction here of a 19-year-cld girl b> three terrorists who carved a swastika on her bod) with a razor. Signs reading "Closed in Protest '. ,i nsl N.i/i Aggressions an Ar UP 500 PERCENT Private US Investments Go Up in Israel JTA—By Direct Teletype Wire TKL AVIV — American prh investment in Israel ha> incr.-.i 500 percent since the Internationa: Congress of Bi National Chambers Of Commerce was established 1955. it was reported here Tuea day. The report was made by Nat! I Straus, of New York, president the American Israel Chamber Commerce, at the opening sess. of the third congress here Tueday He said that as comf.. jwith American private uivestn %  .hen of $8,000,000 a year, the I now was J40.IHIO.IHHI annual!) He also reported that the number of American firms operating in Israel had n eared the 200 mark, and included such wellknown companies as StudebakerPackard, Dun and Bradstreet and Fairbanks-Whitne,, all members of the American-lsrae Chamber of Commerce. SECRETARY GOLDBERG SPEAKS PAGE 6 A WASHINGTON (JTA flu 85th annual ( %  .•mention of the '/ of America opened loir Friday with a message from President Kennedy lauding "the experience of Zionism" ami empha zing that the United states 'has established and continued a tradition of friendship with Israel' since the tune of President Wilson. When th< first Zionist conform" met befor. the present century bebatter world and in the experience Kan, President Kennedy said m ,,f Zionism we know that it takes his messagt "Israel was i waste l mil won with the bitterness f in) centuries of strife and war Todl S it is the dynamic and fruitful land inhabited by free and mocrath p eo p I e that Theodor Herzl and other great Zionist leadIprophesied it would become "This nation, from the time of President Woodrow Wilson, has established and continued a tradition of friendship with Israel because we are committed to all free societies that seek a path to peace and honor individual right. We seek peace and prosperity for all of the Middle East, firm in our belief that a new spirit of comity in that important part of the world would serve the highest aspirations I and interests of all nations. "In the prophetic spirit of Zionism all free men today look to a w e courage and perseverance and dedication to achieve it Toward Continued on Paqe 12-A enina" were displayed in front ot •very Jewish establishment. The nationwide Jewish stoppage chich began at noon, was called b) the DAIA, central represents %  ive bod) ol Ar ;entine Jewry The v can ied o il with per iplini r hon' the en in counti ilanj non-Je ..:. no %  %  s ,n the Jewish section; line i the stoppage in soli larity with Ihe Jew s. Police were ordered on the alert to combat the possibility of clash's from neo-Nazi reactions to the Jewish demonstration. Many Argentine newspapers appeared with articles supporting the DAIA prrtest. The National Committee of the Union Civic Radical de Pueblo, one of Argertina's largest parties, published a statement demanding severe repressive measures aga.nst the perpetrators of the ars'i-Semitic attacks. Statements cf suppoit by students and teachers associations for the DAIA stand jliO were published in the newspapers. Acting on an appea DAIA Pre i lent Guid< Una summoned police chiel Hora eio Green for report on the assault of the Jewish girl, Graciela Sirota. A radio broadcast later reported that the police chief had resigned; however, he promptly said that the report was false. The police chief met with reporters after his 35 minute me I ins: with President Guido and said He reported that 17 count wenrepresented in the third gress Pinhas supir. Commerce Minister, greeted the delegates and reported thai Israel's new eco nomic polic) had given a b to Israel's expi rts Meanwhile, an official '':' States trade mis-urn concluded four week visit with indical that the mission participants il the period was too short I .| u cover all potential fields ol inl ,. n for American exporters and tors NAZIS ARRESTED Two Nazis were arrested early Tuesdaj in downtown Miami. See story Pace 8-B. Continued on Page 10-A OLD MIDDLE EAST IDEALS PALLING BEFORE PROCESS 0E EROSION Israels Friends Fear U.S. Foreign Policy Change AUfKNAJf VKBV: MOVES ON THE QUIETPACE I4-A By HAROLD EIDLIN WASHINGTON (JTA) That a subtle but perceptable change in United states foreign policy in the Middle East has taken place has now become clear to observers here And for Israel and Israel's I friends, the view from Washington 1 is a most disturbing one. On the surface, and in the vehement view ol the State Department. American Israel relations are unchanged. In the technical sense. this is true. Cultural exchanges between the two nations are constantly increasing. So are VS. economic assistance, two way trade 1 and all the other outward trappings of bilateral relationships But a new factor has clouded the picture—the eternal international triangle U.S. foreign policy makers are embarked on a new campaign to win over Arab friendship—particularly Egypt's Nasser. The result, say observers, is the beginning of a steady process of erosion of the old United States objective of keeping the Middle East as quiescent as possible—a Israel has cord. view been with which in hearty acBvidence of the change is ready mounting Cairo Radio ha* stepped up its anti-Israel propa ganda blasts, and it takes little 'imagination to conjecture what l t S courted Nasser can do in terms of stirring up Still further Continued on Page 10-A



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Page 8-B Jenist ncridffar Senators Hubert H. Humphrey, of Minnesota, and Thomas H. Kuchel, of California, majority and minority whips, head 10 members the Senate who have called on the Kennedy Administration "to %  aki e< ry possible effort to eliminate discrimination against Amerns in foreign countries." Those joining in the bi-parlisan letter to Secretary of State Dean Rusk, include Alan Bible of Nevada. Clifford Case of New Jersey. Dennis Chavei ol New Mexico. Thomas J/ Dodd o: Connecticut, Warren G. V.agnuson of Wash ngton, Gale W. VcGee of Wyoming, Leverett Saltonstaii of Massachusetts, and MarSaret Chase Smith of Maine. They noted That Kennedy can withhold to : itions discriminating against American citizens, such as Arab League members who bar Americans of the Jewish faith from entering 1" eir countries. Lewis H. Weinstein, Boston attorney who is chairman of Hie National Community Relations Advisory Council, warmly welcomed JFK'S comment at his press conference on the Supreme Court ruling (r. public school prayers Signed columns by the Herald's John Knight and the News" Bill Baggs showed a calm, intelligent approach that was not shared by their newspapers' headline writers immediatelyafter the historic decision ... Son of veteran Supreme Court Justice ; Hugo Black has moved into the Stunehaven subdivision of Kendall. Hugo, jr., is a lawyer who made the shift here from Alabama. New student at Palmetto Elementary school in the fall will be Hugo Black, III. Our newest citizen will lecture at the University of Miami • • • E. Albert Pallot's Biscayne Federal Savings and Loan Assn. expected to break ground any day now on Carol Way near SW 16th ave.. for its new branch. Pallot is a national governor of B'nai B'rith Lawrence A. Wien, winter Palm Beach resident and brother of Miami Beach's Leonard, has taken office as new president of Federation of Jewish Philanthropies of New York President's Gold Medal of the New York City Board of Higher Education went to Joseph Schlossberg, president of the National Committee for Labor Israel, at graduation exercises of Hunter College in the Bronx. The 87 year-old dean of Histadrut movement in America is a member of the board, having t.t-en named first by the late Mayor Fiorell LaGuardia Dr. William Lester, former Chief of Staff of Suburban Cook County Tuberculosis Hospital in Illinois, is new chief of chest medicine for the National Jewish Hospital at Denver Jay Sweet, president of the Southern Apparel Exhibitors, reports that the annual ResortwearCruisewear Market Week of the SAE will be held Oct. 14 to 18 at the Miami Beach Exhibition Hall, in conjunction with the Pan American Faoshion Mart and the Miami Beach National Fashion Exhibitors Three groups previously held separate showings at Beach hotels. Bill Click's handling the publicity. Mrs. Bess Mindes, of Surfside. is the energetic convention manager fcr the 14th annual international convention of the American Natural Hygiene Society, which is now being held at the Seville hotel Shimon Horn, vice president of Israel Investors Corporation, had an optimistic report for IIC stockholders at last week's luncheon : %  ; the. Seville hotel which honored Maurice Revirx and Jack S. Pepick on their election as national directors. Maurle is busy changing residences in Bay Harbor Islands, and both Revitz and Popick are pla.iriing major business expansions in the near future. Horn reported a hike in the dividend rate from 4 to 5 percent Israel bonus senior field representative Irwin Block readying for his annual Memphis. vacation, where he and Gertie will show off their first bouncing boy • • • Interesting news on the Israel investment front The U.S. Government's Export-Import Bank has granted a S2.000.000 loan to Negev Phosphates Co. for construction of a $3,500,000 calcination plant. !: will upgrade phosphate rock from 25 percent rating, as found in Oron deposit in Negev. to 38 percent, one of highest ratings in world. Shlomo Shamir, director-general of the phosphate industrial giant, is ir, the United States arranging to buy kilns and other equipment Dick Pope, of Cypress Gardens, will be pleased to learn that .lantzen Lathing suits and sportswear will be manufactured soon in Israel, under an agreement with the Adereth Worsted Spinning Mill Co. Ltd. of Tel Aviv. The familiar diving lady will appear on the products of the joint company, to be called Jantzen (Israel) Foundation work well under way on new Tel Aviv Hilton hotel, located between the Sheraton and Dan hostelries Rassco Israel's annual report shows that the 28-year-old real estate and development concern marshalled nearly S7.000.000 in foreign investments last year Victor Bennahum, dynamic director of the Israel Government Tourist Office, will visit Greater Miami at the end of summer. Tourism continues to gain in importance, with steadily improving air and tub service a major factor. We were saddened by the death of Dean Samuel Sar, of Yeshiva University, former national chairman of the American Committee for Bar-Ilan University. Bar Dan's efforts in this country are now 10 years old This year also marks the 10th anniversary of the start {'. the national campaign for the Albert Einstein college of medicine. initiated by Michael M. Nisselson and ably carried on by Abraham Zeiti, director of development for Yeshiva University. • e • One of the most unheralded but vital campaigns in the area is an appeal for the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, the Washington-based group which edits the excellent Near Bast report. Jack Popick, of Mechanics Uniform Service, is sending out letters for the group, which lobbies against the powerful Arab League and for a positive program in the Middle East Interest mounting for Shalom Cruise aboard Zim Lines crack SS Jerusalem on Now 8 to 20. Maurice Reviti was to host a small group of communal leaders m Akiva Goffer's office Thursday afternoon to plan for the 12-day Caribbean tour. Temporary elections of Greater Miami Friends ol Israel will be held Sunday morning. July 15, at Leonard Solomon's unique Miami Beach home. Hank Meyer's public relations program for National Airlinehas ed a major role in NAL's shift to the black Congratulations to Sam Schneider, brother of News' Ben, for landing the Delta Airlines p.r. account The Sam Simonhoffs again will vacation in North Carolina, with Lillian readying ambitionprogram for Women's Division of American Friends ol the Hebrew University Philanthropist C \* r '** Cnarcow$k Y arul viola nav e stayed in Miami Beach longer this year to catch up on household duties neglected during their timeiinhuming activities for Hebrew Academy and other chanties. Newly-elected officers of the Rabbinical Assn. of Greater Miami are installed at a banquet last week at the Sterling hotel. Left to right are Rabbi Alfred Waxman, executive vice president; Rabbi Morris Graff, treasurer; Rcbbi David Shapiro, presider.l; Rabbi Solomon Schifi. vice president; end Pcrbbi Max Lipschitz. secretary. Rabh: Eugene Labovitz was in charge of the program. Police Arrest Two Nazis on Flagler Two Nazis were arreste.t early Tuesday in downtown Miami as a crowd of several hundred onlookers shouted epithets at them and threatened them with bodily harm. The men. wearing khaki uniforms with swastika armbands, carried crudely-made placards which read: "85'" of convicted Communists are racial Jews. Jews can be criticiz ed too." One of the men. Roger C. Foss. received national notoriety in August, 1960 when he revealed that he ha.l received S500 from Valentin M. Ivanov, then First Secretary of the Russian Embassy in Washington, after telling Ivanov that he had been thinking of emigrating to the Soviet Union. To ether with his companion. Gene Shalander, the duo were spirited away by Miami Metro Police when someone In the crowd jumped one of them and tore his placard away. Until that time, and for a period of about 20 minutes, the Nazis performed their picketing duties in silence. Apparently, the Nazis had arrived from Arlington, Va.. headquarters of the American Nazi Party, in order to picket the Congress of Racial Equally convention in Miami last weekend, but the Rock well henchmen got their wires crossed. The CORE gathering was well over by the time the} arrived for the assignment. Tnc men admitted to police Tuesday that they were working under the auspices of the American Nazi Party in Arlington The picketing t contact with the Russian Embassy in Washington last year, he said th* Federal Government had atked him to register as a foreign agent At the time. Ivanov called the Foss account a hoax, and was quoted as saying T: must be an invention '• Post later declared that he always had been a Nazi at heart When he was thinking of emigrating to Russia Ivanov per suaded him to seek a government job in Washhtjton Durint fa • contact with the Soviet Official, Pott was .. cook in New York City. rot sftTM MfairM VISIT THE MIAMI HEALTH INSTITUTE Physical Tfcr-c*y Body Ceditiei§ freaciel t H0 „ M So. African Notable Dead JOHANNESBURG—(JTA)-Maurice Franks, a prominent leader ol the Jewish community hen and former president of the South African Jewish Board of Deputies died here this week at the age of 7:1. A leading barrister. Franks was' also formerly chairman of the Board of Jewish Education hi n YOU GET MORE CALLS • • • WHEN YOUR PHONE IS ALWAYS ANSWERED *> .can answer your phone in your ewn r.^o. Lest than $5 per week for a full time T.lepr-,^, Secr.t.ry ANSWERITE, INC. TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE F u c~e JEfferson £-0721



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Page 2-A UmUto Fieridti&r Friday. July 6, 1964 Robert Galbut. son of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Galbut, 4630 Royal Palm ave., was the valedictorian and recipient of the SI00 Rose and Samuel Ritter Scholarship award at the recent 1962 Junior High School graduation exercises of the Hebrew Academy. According to Rabbi Morris L. Horovilz. assistant principal, Robert received a straight A average in both Hebrew and English studies during his years a; the Acade my. JWV Chief Flays Schwarz Anti Communist Crusade By Special Reoor* WASHINGTON News thai Dr Fred C Schwari % %  ••' %  of the Christian Anti Communism Crusade. i> opening :< "Greater New York School of Anti-Communism brought .i scathing commenl here from National Commander Theodore Brooks, of the Jewish War Veteran-, who declared th.it "Dr Schwar/ may ^arb himself IS lamb and claim that his organization is only an innocent education al institution, hut wide awake Americans who have followed fn< activities know better •Dr Schwarz and the schools he organized are part and parcel of the ultra-right winy, force* in this country whose ultimate aim ;> political power If we take what the faculty if Dr Schwarzschools say at face value, in the name of ami-Communism, their ultimate purpose is the erosion and. in the end. the denial A the liberties guaranteed bv '.h? First the Fifth md the Fourteenth \ • • intents te Fe leral Con stitul Commander Bosks noted that Or. Schwar*. in i recent advertisement in the New York Times, "repudiated" allegations of antiSemitism, pointing out that his father was born of Jewish parents and that he. himself, became committed to Christian doctrine at the age of 17. ;>r Schwarz.' leclared Commander Brooks, "is obviously not a Jew Whether he is a Christian .( for me t> say, but this I io ,ay — :r > its and the faculty [supposedly engaged in exposing the evils of communism do little more than attempt to whip BUdtI ences into hysteria and suspicion of neighbors, elected leaders who have questioned "he ultra-right and its motivations and the democracy we have developed. They smear all "lenients in American life in their diatribes, particularly business leaders, members of the juliciary, members of Congress and >i the Executive department, ami ven the President, accusing them leing servants and foUowers of fommunisl dogma becauae they will not follow the line he and rther memberoi the ultra-right id\ ocate." Commander Brooks expressed skepticism over tinslogan o! the proposed New York school as set forth m Its advertisement, 'What Communism is, not who it Is." • it wculd seem a little late." Commander Brooks said, "to put forth claims of fair nun ledness when the whole tenor of br. Schwarz's schools has been lo carr) on where McCarthyism left off, making irresponsible denunciations of innceni individuals and aligning themselves with the John Birch s icietj and ether illiberal forces. "Dr. Schwari now asks for an opportunity in what he calls the •American tradition of fair play' to present his case. Americans have already heard his case and they need no help of the Wind he has offered to understand communism or how to combat it. Citizens of New York City, both Jewish and non-Jewish." Commander Brooks added, "will see through the attempt of Dr Schwarz to make a hid for their support D) in Slsting he is not anti Semitic The ultimate question is not whether Dr Schwarz is pro or anti Semitic but whether he and the faculty he employs are cooperating with the forces ol bigotry, authoritarianism and reaction Recent history spells out clearlv how such forces deal said. "Is the use of company fund) with minorities when they get given in the form of tax-free po Wer ." .r. but.oils to sell the ultra rlghl proaih which Dr Schwarz and h.i Commander Brookurged all confreres peddle In their effort New Yorkers to ignore l>r Schachieve political power:" >\.,i/ his school, and the mass "anti-Communism rally which was held in Madison Square Gar den on .lune L'8 The sch.ol is supposed t be set up in late Aug ust. What re object to m the husi ness world." 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FiidcyJuly 6, 1962 Jen ist Fkrictsaw K^jn the Schcrf. Kronick Exchange Vows Ricia Lynn Kronick and LawrM art in Seharl will live al %  ,, i Bi) Harbor dr. Miami. they return from their hon n in Mexico. i uple exchanged noon vows sday, J11I3 4. at the Altel. "ill" Rabbi Eugene • %  officiating. • ide i(he daughter oi Mr. jack Kronick, ol 3fl 88th imi Beach, The groom i: \ir an i Mrs Hyman %  the Bronx, N Y. • e Iding, the bride chose ,n of VK bite silk organza p M kline, fitted bodice, ri draped sleeves. Silk was draped over ,i dome I i form a bow back Her up illusion veil ffll from i cap of silk organza and pearls Matron of honor was Mrs. Mary till, of Red Bank. N.I. Warren i-rwood, Miami, acted as best and ushers wore Arthur Knesman, Chicago, and Dr. Peter ick, Beaverton, Mich. The former Miss Kronick attend It Highland Park Junior College [.•. was Alpha Epilon Phi. Mr Scharf attended New York Mate University, where he major in retailing and merchandising • t is Honda representative for -uperior Mills of New York. Reception followed the ceremony the Kubaiyat room of the Al Page 5-B MBS. SANfOKD KATZ Silk Organza %  or Mrs. Katz an t Mr> Moyshe Zilber. W Mashta dr., Key Blscayne, "nounce the marriage of their ighter, Bebe, to Sanford Frank son '.f Mr. and Mrs. Louts %  / 1744 SW 17th SI Miami. 'lemony was performed by %  %  seph Narol In the sanctuary Temple Israel on Sunday. July I, p ni in the afternoon, bride was attended by Miss p Schwimmer, as maid of Hard) C Kati served .t< -'• man for the groom N'ewlywed Mrs Kati wore a full• t-th gown of silk organza, | i alencon lace and seed 1 i'h. bouffant -kin featured rt train Headdress was a pillmatching the you 11 with 1 lai e and seed pearls and shoulder-length veil. She carried %  %  % %  : %  bouquet. bride attended fhC Park of Baltimore, graduated Park High School and [ iversitj of Maryland with %  helor il Science degree. graduated from Mi nior High School and at• University ol Miami. oneymoon in the Baham'•'" ""I'H will reside in Miami. Wern.-r-Kahn W'frn r-Khl.i. MKS. IAWKINCI SCHAKf MK. ALAH SIGMAH Sigmans Will Live in Gables Carole Linda Post became the bride of Alan Sigman in 6 30 rites on Sunday. July 1. at the Seville hotel. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mr* Joseph A Post. 1520 SW 17th ter The groom's parents arc the Michael Sigmans. of 326 SW 14th ave. Mrs. Eileen Gitlla was matron of honor Maid of honor was Mis* Susan Kaufman Sy Gitlln acted as best man. and ushers included Ronald LeVine. Arthur Hertz. Allan I.eiter. and Bernard Swichkow For her wedding day. the brick was attired in a white silk organza lloor-length gown with alencon lace and train She wort a ptarl and crystal tiara, and carried a whiti orchid bouquet. Newlyweil Mrs. Sigman went to the University of Florida The groom attended the University of Miami, and Is an accountant affil iated with Haskins and Sells. Dinner and reception (Allowed the ceremony at the Seville. At ter a honeymoon to Jamaica. Uncouple will be at home at 232 Majorca, Coral Gables. Rosenthals Off For Jamaica Tour RatShj Alfred Waxman officiated at the £ .'clock ceremony uniting in marriag Miss Lois Ann Apner and Micha< I Elliott Roeanthal i Saturdaj i v< nil ic 30. al the Dupont P .... hotel The 1 :rid ..Il -. ighter 11 Mr and Mrs Mi rris 2227 SW 2nd t.. parei Is are the Al 1. -• 2294 SW 24th ter. Maid i i is Miss Miller Ga.l Kra?ner wa matroi her sister !': -in Irs. 1 l:....-. \h ler • %  : :. .. a graduate of Miami Senior High School Sht was past president ot 'Nai 'Rith BBC. and past pledge mistress ot Tau Alpha Omega The groom, self-employed, graduated from Oxford School and attended Palm Beach Junior College Following a renption at the I)upont Plaza, the couple left for a Jamaica honeymoon. They will live at 3130 SW 27th a\<.. Miami, on their return. Sfofe Hospital Adds Chapel LOS ANGELES — .JTAi — A new Jewish chapel, with facilities to accommodate 2tK persons, was dedicated htrt at Camarillo State Hospital Wrrlu-r-K., hti MKS. MICHAH MQStHTHAL Miss Davidon Eyes August Rites An August wedding is planned by Miss Thelma Davidson and Brandt Wax. son of Mr and Mrs Dan Wax, ol Miami Beach. Their engagement is announced by her parents. Mr and Mrs. George Davidson, of H o I y o k e, Mass.. and Miami Beach. Miss Davidson is a graduate of Russell Sage College and is presently pursuing graduate studies at Boston University School of Social Work. Mr Wax prepared at New Tampion School for Lafayette College. He is now a student at Boston College Law School. •&•: COMPARATIVE STATEMENT d CONDITION AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS JUNE 30, 1962 ASSETS Cash and Securities of the U. S. Government and Agencies First Mortgage Loam .... Loans on Savings Accounts Federsl Home Loan Bank Stock Office Buildings. Equipment and Parking Lots Other Assets June 30, 1961 Jane 39, 1962 $ 16.402.453.95 137.132,562 90 103.C35.88 9 19.773.S65.08 150.711.456.75 52,763.05 2036.40C.C0 2,036.40000 5.305.079.52 5.160.015.16 364.254.01 _1.09Ua2.64 TOTAL"ASSETS I161.343.7g6.26 $178.841,492.72 LIABILITIES June 30, 1961 Jm M. 1982 Savings Accounts $142,653,437.16 (160.829.621.72 Federal Home loan Ban* Advances 2.000,000.00 •*• Loans in Process 3.043.701.42 3.291.750.38 Other Liabilities 523,418.59 555,262.75 Unearned Income 963,700 81 978,919.62 Surplus and Reserves 12,159,528.28 13.187.928.2 5 TOTAL LIABILITIES $161.343 786 26 $178,941,482.72 i DIRECTORS MITCHELL WOLFION CHA'HMAN O' T*E C>A"D CLAUDE A RENSHAW PRESIDENT CARL WEINKLE iiNion VICE FRES DiNi MVRON H WILLHON S V'Cl RRES NO TRES A LOUIS BROWN. JR. SR vice *RIB *NC MC. DAN CHAPPELL PETER HARIG V CE t*iCINT HITTER LEVINBON ARNOLD LEVY MARCUS O SAWOKIN Viet puts MI •"<• or SOUTH |HOI cr'iCE JOHN E. SHUCV MILTON WEISS) VICE PRES'OENT HENRY PAOL D. 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Page 12-B 9-Jenist ffrridfon Friday. July 3 ;: 1200 FREE MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS FREE! FREE! FREEZER SALE! There's one sure guide to more enjoyable eating: choose your meats and poultry at your nearest Food Fair Kosher Meat Store. You'll get SELECT QUALITY at ECONOMY PRICES, while the cut and trim assure you of better cooking and tastier meals. For maximum SAVINGS, stock your freezer during this sale! We will CUT and WRAP your freezer purchases at no extra charge. Please place your order EARLY for the wholesale CUTS you desire. Every Pound of Meat Sold with a Money-Back Guarantee! r BEEF Forequarters 165 to 175 IB. AVERAGE PLUS 500 MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS 53i BEEF CHUCK 90 to 100 LB. AVERAGE PIUS 300 MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS 53i WHOLE RIB OF BEEF BREAST OF BEEF 89 lb. 30 to 35 POUND AVERAGE PLUS 100 MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS WHOLE .... 10 to 12 LB. AVERAGE PLUS 100 MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS RACK OF LAMB 5 to 6 LB. AVERAGE 89 c lb. PLUS 25 MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS CHUCK OF LAMB 15 to 20 LB. AVERAGE 59 c lb. PLUS 50 MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS %  GENUINE GRA ii a #/ A" WHOLE LIVER Steer Liver dOc I Calf Liver 1.25 ,niR AVPBARF ^ lb+ VA LB. AVERAGE %  lb. PLUS 25 MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS 10 LB. AVERAGE PLUS 50 MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS PRICES IN THIS AD EFFECTIVE THROUGH JULY 13 NOW SIX KOSHE* MEAT STORES TO SERVE YOU EVEN BETTER 2091 CORAL WAY MIAMI CORAL WAY AT S.W. 87th AVE. Westchcster Shopping Pli 163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER NO. MIAMI BEACH 2662 HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD IN HOLLYWOOD 19th ST. at ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH 10th STREET and WASHINGTON AVENUE AT MIAMI BEACH MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD FA.R



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ry. July 6. 1982 kwM MrrMamr P??9 IS-SL LEGAL NOTICI NOTICE U! : £ I nous NAME LAW Hi : %  :N tl fcr %  • • %  lYI'.Ki uK A %  %  : S Mian ..i %  .• \' V fan $mm BY HENRY LEONARD : IS. F i • %  %  NOT Cl UNOSB FICT TIO'. i • %  %  .A %  : I S thai I HE I II K Hah '1.1111.tile .rk • %  HAKI n.Mi %  V| • • %  : •. OT CT OF > : iT'ON HE C RCL COt*OF THE V E N -a ( j u o %  7 P C U IT OF F LOR'OA N O r 3R r a D E : o u ? CHANCED N : 6:c 63-2 El. v %  %  %  \ MAN SPBA it r %  • I IK!: VAN VIA? %  • \-: | %  ilalnt .in \ ,; .1 • i... M PI. %  i %  itirt n .. r i for I .. %  • in-: %  • • \ N i\K VH • M \ I' %  %  %  a" %  IB, r • i \ \ %  n. %  B ling I -. r' "for you, Cantor Blackstein, life is like o brief melody but as for me, it's like one long needle Coor. It*?. Dor* MMMa L65AL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY i-,ivi:\ thai •l.. nuclei signed, desiring lo i tig In business undel the fli tltinus n.nn. MODERN FRI'IT KHII'PKRH 131k Washington Avenui Miami Hi ... h Plot Ida intend to registei said ni with I hi Clerk • •! the circuit Com i i>l I lade Count). Fug %  H MICH AMI. .1 Rl'HIN Sole ii"'. BKi i.\ I' Ai 'ASSKI. Attorin > n f..i ApplioagU Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Klo idn NOTICE OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. NO. 62C70O5 MIK E KI.I.IS, Plaintiff -va.IKANNK ELLIS I lefendanl SUIT FOR DIVORCE in Jeanne Ellis 213U Lia uai Str 1 Philadelphia, 1 '• nns) u anlH v..11. JEANNE Kl.l.ls. are hereby in.tm... 1 ihiii u Kill ,.r Complain) foi 1 %  > ores has bei 1 filed aitainMl you, and > "U :. re 1. uuired to -. %  \. 11 cop) "f > %  HI Answer ..1 Pleading lo the Bill of .'..II plaini ..11 th. Plaintiff '.attorney. STOI-AR & MPCHN1CK --'•'-71-1 Street, Miami Beach 1:. Plorlda, and file II I ginul Answer or Pleading in the office ..i I he Clerk ..f the I'll, nil Court on ..1 bef the Sth da) ol July, IkM II you fall to do -... ju.iuin. nl • di :.. ill n ill b< v. ki 11 aga Ins I \ mi for the r. Hi : di man.1. .1 n ih< Bill ..f Con plaint Thi.notlci shall be publish. .1 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee acdurate 'service at legal rates Oial Fit 3-16*5 for messenger senrics LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES CO_=T IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO. 5*29: In UK K-t.it. o| .iti.n s M DRPCKER I i.e. .,-. .1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS To Ml 'i • dltnr* nd \1! Pi 1 • 11 It .'I., .in..i >. %  mds \_S.i 1.1 1:%  • N %  11 .!'• he eh) notifli d ami • i-ni :tn\ lain Ii > ..11 ma) hn\ %  • %  utati ol Jl I.II S M DRI'CK ER i %  •..-. .1 lat. ..f I' ol. 1 'mint) Florl i •. •.. the 1 'ount) hide. %  %  ..t 1 ni. and fib thi -. %  (.. 111 their ffl ••%  %  • t'ourthouai Ln l>ade Co l"|. rlda, itiiin \ ... inontl th< dati ..t th. flr#l %  the N Jl LNOER FICTITIOUS NA-^E LAW N : HEREBY IIVKN thai 1 r %  .. • naagi lr % %  the fictitious n im IKN S %  !'-%  • %  : K .111-on\ %  U'i'h the 1 "lerk lade 1' .iin%. E • 1 IKN N ... NOTICE BY PUBLICATION THE C PC C 5-.T JF THE .EVINTH JUDICIAL :"CUIT OF --ORC* IN alslO i r 0* DADE COUNTY IN CMN:;V. NO M: -i:>\ isiilN'OTir; %  SL'T FO DIVORCE Ii • VI N il\ • 1;. ,-i 1 1 .I— B N' I •••;:• ,.] r .. • ..I thai ;: •• %  • ,,„.. lint I ..,. %  .; riled 1 • • | U in >.%  .,. '1 Rl m the i 1. T-ilin l.ln • R id 8 Mi 11.1l %  dl !•• ha .nein.il Pleading irni • %  %  • • %  .-,..th. .tth I ,' %  itj ||ft If 1 : .. 1. • • •• .1 it fm !l'll ..f I lhd .11. e %  %  ,'.'"' '" 1 Week* %  -.1. ... p VN NI: \I, .-. 1 • ,. .,, ,., A.D %  VTH .v • Florid! I 1 % %  %  •' • %  •N!.|. I. TT Rd I !•: 1 -. %  "E CIRCL'T COlJi^T OF THE L': D J1 1'CIAL : gJCOIT, IN ANO IFJR DADE COUNTY. Fl_ORlOA 1 No. €2C-6(. .. ,. |>rli j I RM UN, a/| \ HERMAN'. Tk/J. I • %  Alt\ SMITH 1. (Pr U\|S UUlBARA %  V 1 %  H'lfa AS F 'NTENTiQN T3 APPLY FOR CHANGE OF NAVE '.: 1 I' 'llmi • %  11. V1 k Kd L,| He.-n .• C. ,' %  J"'' -l l'. v. :.• • h 1 %  %  I '•,' %  '•'"'' -l' %  • %  • 1 Smith 1 He. K-l idence idln J jg ..PL*un 11 1, .. Mian.i lion ,; :. "'•'"" %  '-"' : L" '". -' N : hall WNeheart, Blevei tl ludlcial ClrIin at..1 for 1...I,. %  „ „,„, „ t |„ s I I ., • '• t H -use .,t IN TMS C3UNTV JUDGES COURT IN -. • -• •=• >R DADE COUNTY. F_:)* DA IN PROBATE Nj astsa IX KK v :.\\> 1 : I.KVLN %  NOT'CE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE N %  '.% ^i. -11 thai I have 1 1 Petition for ''.-• %  • 1 Kfn.il 1' v i" • -• %  \ %  • r \ %  the .-!.n.• v \ w %  \K\ IN 1 ed HI 1 thai .. %  b in .I inh, %  ••. • • lit, .rable '' •' %  %  t %  • 1 I ml PI • if raid Final I ni I but Ion m.1 final ;•• \ i.n n'atrntrlx, 1 %  T \ 1'. .i • -n imed '• •• I •• "' I 1 June "ARI \ N[,RVIN KOVNBR >: M \NNHKTMRR At' •aj %  M I : %  :•. : 6-1S NOTTC? V PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EL2V = NTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No arc J4 MYliVIA '. >\" .WTHAWH ANTONVfCI %  ,NW 'A .-1. lull ni. 1> C V .v. \r %  11 R \ mu< 1. ire • '•• i that 1 I'-Ill >t' r..mhai been riled • 1 j ...| ire "• .|iire.i 1.. ... tl i .it Ana* ai >r Pleading to 9 1 Complain! .11 the n 1 -. M'KINKLE ft KKss!.''" • %  1 .. ,| itulldln M PI o 1 %  idlng in tha .ill : h 'Ircult Couri on ir • ..' II %  • 1.> default %  ,'. %  : !•• %  • %  n %  1 *..in ...-. ii.ii 1 '• :i:v V.N clerk, 1 1 • % %  .. l-i in II1 '' II I.AXW.VY, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Null. 1: is HKRKBY HIVKN thai Hi. undersigned, desiring lo engage in business under the fictitious nun. id RKSTACRANT PI'BRTU SA.'.IA ii : illii \\ enue, Miami Bead 1' la. Intend t.. n glsti %  sa •! name '•I. %  In ("i. rk ..f the %  'in mi 1 '..in t id 1 >a.i. County, Florida ItlCARlH) I'ARI Ml Sole • iini-i KI--I.KI: .-. CARS At ton e)n %  %  % %  Vppllcant : % %  : %  < > w : -t si 1 Mia 1111, Plorhla each IVei onsecul i\. u ., 111 THK JKWISH I l.iiltll'IA.N I'n.N'K AN'II iR|iKREIi 111 M ... i:i..-i: i i;r. K 1:1:. i:\. tin.'Ttli da) o( .Inm \|i A NORMAN DRI'CKKR IM! ii. Kxei itii\ !•: B I.!-: VTHKRM \\. flerk, "'" %  %  '" l: '' |'i'. ill Co I i.i.l.1 •..nut \ Hlotida Miami 1-...1 I .1 '%  • %  I' B) K M I.VMv.v Deput) Clerk %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 55253-A IN KK Kstale ..f \l VRY i: Ii IIIN'SI IN'. 1 -J, :".• T •;. 1:1 I lei NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW S( 'TICK is HKRKBY HIVKN thai !* %  undersigned, desiring to engngi in business indei the fictitious nano .1 SHANNON PARK SKHVICK STA ii' >N .11 : 1 %  N \\ JJnd M. n i. Ml.mil. I-1.-1 nl.1 Intend to reglstel said name iv itli the I iei k ol tn< Cgn II 1 '.'in 1 • %  I 1 I.1 '..iinn Plorlda. 1AI I. Mil.l.Kl: HOW \i:i11 TRKRY Attoi tie) for 1 I\I n.-r m N 1: > Ird Street Miami Shores, l-1..ri.l 1 : %  • ; ii, 13 NOTICE TO CREDITORS !'•• All 1" .1 tin • and All P. rsons Ha\ in1 'I .1111..1 I •• innnds Agii nsi .-. i-:-t. 1 ti '1 %  are hereli) notified .m.i 1. • inir. I :.. present an) claims and dema .1 in. h v ..11 ma) h.iv • .1^11111-1 Hi. estati ol MART E JOHNSON • I. used lat. ..1 I -ail. 1 'ount) Ila, IO III. I '..111,1 l I 1.It. ... ,.f I I;,,I. i>. and file the ime in duplicat. and aprovided in Section 733.16, Plorlda lea, In theli offices in the 1 VnnI) %  • rl 110 -. in I lade 1 'ount) I %  Ida. uiiliin -i\ i-alandar months from the time id thi n -1 publics I on hi • th. -am. iil he barred, NOTICE UNDER FiCTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS HKRKH1 HIVES I It ndersig ned, desiring I eng in 1. isim -nil.I. r the I of SAMS REKRKiKRATION 1 ...In 1 Vsenue, Mi.inii. .1 %  PI irida ii*. nd to 1 • L'l-t. t said nam. Hi.Cli rk ..f Hi. 1 "i nil 1 • in 1 in.1. 1'..nut 1. Plorlda PALi I, INC. \l TER B LKROWITZ, Egqu Attorne) t'..i Palco, In. ;... I I.-Street, Miami Beai h PI 11 1 • I ...-. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COL =r IN AND FOR DADE COUNTv. FLORIDA IN PROBATE NO 56181-C In RE Estati • : ELSIE i: I'TA!.. I ised %  NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .•• %  II th. -am. Mill'be barred".' T A Creditors and All Pen Dated al Miami. Plorlda, this 27th H "A"S '"' %  """ '"' remands A( da) • %  J in. v 11 IMS wil I-:-''' %  IKoRiilA MAE MAIHiE i'ou an hereb) notified and riu \1'\... iis present an) claims and di Plrsi i.nl.li. iii..n .,t iiii. n. -i which you maj hav> nn.un.-t NOTICE is HKHKHY HIVKN that 1 theSIKhdax .rfjune W> ElJilE E ITAL iindn-ii-ii.-.i. ii.siiuijj to engage .-|..\i'|ii: M BARNES '' ''"'' '"ounty, plorlda, to Mi. in, 1',., BxeciilrU nl > Judes ol Dad Count) u I :i..'.-,i. ,,:. 1 |<|,| K Irile the same In thi r offices la h .,., .,„|Count) Courthouse In Dade po ^ Plorlda, ithm >i\ calendar M 'from tli. .Iiii. "I lh. fir-t L.JI.II. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE hereof, or ih. same ^ n i" barred nth CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE HARRY M ROSEN Executor the undersigned, desiring t 111 business uml.-i the ti.-tit|.>unun ..f PAN AMERICAN rLHTRINII II liiN Miami Avenue Miami Plorlda, int. -II. I t.. regrlster ."iiiil nam. with the Clerk of ih. lir.iiit Court ..t I'.I.I. 1'..not \. Klorida I'.KKNAKM P1HHMAN I'lNIK MAJRRl '\VI'"Z Sole • i\\ a. 1 HKXIII X11IIT1 iN Attoraiej for Applicants line Bisqu n.Kiiil.ilini Miami. Mm iiln •: H gf : I 13 COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY ORR I.A/.AK Attoi iieya for Baecutor lT Lincoln Road .Miami Beach, Pl.rida IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 57 IN RE Eats I CASE NO 62C 6S70 I'I.ARA •• liAH.'l \. I'lailltifr VN I HI ST AN A IJARCIA, 11. -fen.hmt NOTICE OF PUBLICATION T< IHISTA.V \ .; \|{i-| \ HI W. si .;•• Street N'.w Y.>rK 1 it\ NY Y'|| TRISTAN v IJARCIA. 64 West •' %  '• Street, N'.w Fork <"itv. N Y. an THKI.MA ANUKKSON THOMPSON '•'""•'' : %  • 1 aiiaw. 1 to lh. I,.,,. w ,.,i comulalni foi divorce, with lh. Clerk "NOTICE TO CREDITORS !" ,".^ ,V '''',."' "' ', ''" |,v Po All Creditor, ami All Person. Hav i"""" "',': '' "" >•;'•": %  -': ina Claims ..1 Demands Agalns. s.u.i X, l\ 3f!t*" M N1 ,. 3lfl V \ .• Mi .in I i.ir|i|:i "So' 1. no in. r .-tuir1 %  : %  • %  ;'• '!' h '" .1 .. .: and de?'"' : "'" '" ,Hkpn """ T( V..,'V,\ '"v,,;;:^ Hated thi, %  .1 -. I 111,1.MA AM. .1 ..-UN ,, „ rv ,. :i M leceased late ol Ha) %  ..1 %  '.. t) North Carolina, t.. thi > ..t I lade 1 '..uiit> and 6 -':'. 2.' n %  •ii. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY QIVEN that thi undersigned, desiring to engage in business under ttn fictitious name ElKJEYVATER I'.I"II.P1NI; at 2213 Blscayue Boulevard, Miami l< P!..ri.l. Intends !• %  raglstel said name wi-.n %  hi Clerk ..i ih. Clrcull Court >t 1 iad< 1". nut >. Plorlda 21S BISCAVNE COMPANY .., Pis 1 "oru 1 s ile • IVI ner WIN" 1 •}: .>. :I:I:I:N IIKI.P Attoi 11. \ r..r Applicant ni" Lincoln Road Miami Beai h, Ila. /15-2-M T 1 el. 11 1 IHII v -1 .. i!d Build I 11-22 .. %  -%  -% %  -......I,.,, thy 5r '• th 'VM'M 1 H ,'" : k "< %  Ta inofi i.; 1 i-22-29, : i • IN TeB COUNTY JUOGES COURT IN ANO FOR DAOE COUNTY, Fi_ORIDA IN PROBATE No. 54ti-C tN il il • %  \ I-: DAILEY. I NOTICE TO CREOITORS Po A tor4 and All Persons il n n %  ni., l> —riii IKg nlKt Sal.I K-i il • -i ire I itlfled in.I required in pi iny cl urnand dem inda h i\ •• i iin-t Hoestate if Pati 11 1: I' ille) dei eased Dade 'ounty, PlorMa, to Hie • ; ..1 1.. 1' %  11 r 11 >. and 1 -.ii ,... .ml as provided 16. Plorlda st.it,-... in tl ffic.es in tinCoont) nty, Plorlda, M itlim %  %  'in the %  %  %  : 1 ... it ton hereof, % % %  1 1 it V1 %  • .. PI 11 I 1. this 7th \ 11 IM! PRANK I PURNBR I alatrato if rhls nol 1 if J 1 ". 1 1 v • %  j t Hi hi sun • in their offk • In th. 'ount) Co irthouse In Dude i.'ounty. I., ivlthln -i.\ ..I I. n.l.ii in..nthfront the .lit. of the Hi-1 putdlcai her "i llH same ill In barred liai.i .11 VVaynesvllle, North Carolina, this l-i da v ..f M ly, 1962 l 'LORES THOMPSON WEI F< RO AAncill 11) Execul 11\ Rl n:i:i: r Si 'OTT KAI'r M VN \ltoriie) r..r iv.lin.s Thompson Medfotd, Ancillar) Bxecutrlx 11Mnsle) Buldlng din mi %  '-'. l-'ln VI -' %  J I III c vi ;•:.< \M %  Ell NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY HIVEN that 1 Ii.undersigned, deglrlng lo engage in business 1111.lei the fldlltlous name >>f HI-:.NI.E|.: AI'VEKTISINi; CO., at Iiln N.K 163rd Street, Miami. Florida intends t.i reaistei said num.with the Clerk of the Clrcull Couri ol Dade Count v. PI01 Ida MKI> l-KAI. I'lfARMAl El'lli M.S. INC., 1 Plorlda corporation II) ll.im I! Diamond, Pr< sldenl QEOROE III I.BERT Attorney for Med-I -Kal i'h.11 in.1...inicala, Inc. n l..-22-2t, 7 NOTICE UNDER F.CTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY IJIVE.N lhat thi mi.!. 1 nig II. d. .1. -11 ni. •• ngngi In 1.11-ine-11.1.-. -1 ftctltioiis nanii of IMPERI VI. S VI.ES CO at 3 N.E .tli SII. %  1 Mian : 1 lorldn Int. nd t. reglstei aald nans with 1 hi • "U rk of th. 1 'ii. 11 • • '..in t ..t 1 lad. 1 'ount) Plorlda MIKE MITNIK Kl.l.H iT'l" SPRI N': %  a 1:. 1 ... : 1 |3 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE NO 49327 IN RK ill" VRI'IANSHIP OF VHKI.E N VN'i'V I.IKBERM \N A Mi NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR TRANSFER OF I.N I >s VNli FINAL DISCHARGE N..11. 1hereb) given that i ha\rl'i .1 m) ii it i'.ii foi Transfei ol 1 .m.i 1 11..I 1 s. hai gi .1-' iuardlan if ih. mm..1 child, Adele Nan. > Lieberin.in. and 1l1.1t ..11 th. 20th day if 191 will appl) t.. tinSon .ii.l. Count) Judges of Ihide I'-ninPlorlda for apnrnv .1 of sa I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS !,,.,i I:.... t .,.,.1 Transfer of Funds. NAMF LAW .1 Mia rd Ian ol th. minor child, Adi • NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai Nag 1 LieWrman Hi. undersigned desiring to engaga I'ai.-.l this I'.tli da) .'( Tuna, in i.n %  %  flc'ltloii. %  '.. nam> MILTON A. I'KIEl 'M VN. \\ v v 1 .\\ 11 ii. ECOV-o-WASH HI Petitioner X IV 2nd Vvenui Intend* tori ^n Ahwh?) Building '-I-. said name aih th. I'l-tK ..' thi Miami i!2. Florida Circuit Court ..( Dado County, FlorMILTON A I-KIKHMAN NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY tllVEN that the iin.i. I'siL-ne.i. Bealrlag to ei gam In business tinder the flctltlou* nam. ..I TRVI.HN OKI.IVERY SKIH'H'l' at --.I >lieridii n Avenue, Miami BeaOh, Florida inteii'l to r.-uisl.l -ai.l mime ,ntli iiie Clerk u( the Circuit Comrt ..f bade 1 %  .inn). Elm Ida HAI. HOKuWir/. ROBERT l-EITIM-MAN partnera K'IISI. nl, .nini. M.-iniliel-. 1 iii|iiiinn .v Epstein Vttorneya 1 % % %  Vpplli ant* 6 IS-21 -".•. 7 6 Ida V |i' vr|.M \ v, ,KBE VTRICE TERM VNOK v Ri iN< '\'i 1 "/ %  SI' \ i'ii A s. -111:1: Vttm •.. fr > %  %  .' urn. • ; "" lolldll Mian il Plorlda I ti 29 7 •:. IS NOTIC F UNDFR FICTITIOUS NAME LAW VI.TI.'K is HKRi-'BV IJIVKN lha 1 ndi -11-11. .' d*-si 1 1 -i. -iin.i. r thi %  ..' l-'l'K Mi -i 1 R l %  I'H VlnaV v R"lti Nfi. I i"... Ida Inland 1 %  • • M "i'ii the Clerk oi th. Clrcull Couri ..( IVI.I,. Cnunti '•" %  • %  Pi iRERT III: MAN Mll.Ti'V PERM VN I QAN v niLMER HFRBKRT SCHWEITZER EVKI.TN CLARK Partners 7 1.13.20 Vttorne) for • luiii-dianshin I 111! Alnsle; Building Miami 32, Plorlda s N-ta ^ NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE l> lli:i:ii:v • :i\i: V lh it in. underaftgmed, desiring t.> eggraga in business iin.i. 1 the fictitious 1 of PLANTATION RESTAI'RANT it Hi Ickell A\ enue, Miami, Flo intends t>. i.itist.i sn.i num.. n Hi. Cl< rl> of the Circuit I'I.III t ..f 11. 1 %  1 '..nut v. Florida HOLIDAY INN 1 H MIAMI REST VI'RANT I'ORP B) .11:1:1 'Mi: II KINKI.H, I':, -i.l. nl VVEINKLE Kl'-si 11: Attorneys for Hnlhte) inn of M111111 K.sta 111.1 lit 1 MI Seybold Building 6 2s—7/6 m 29



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riday. July 6. 1962 *Jemisii hridHc*r Page 3-A iyers to Head Federation Planning Committee A lonfiran^e planning committee U the Greater Miami Je\u>h fedU a tion has been created t< take a fciercing, top level look into Federation's future Stanley C. Mvers has been named Chairman o'i the group, which k 11 attempt to tagsee the long ,. nge needs of Federation, and SUgLit plant of action to meet them. Serving wi'h Myers are Sidney Ar.s*r., Jack Cantor, Irving Cypen, David Fleeman, Nathan Gumenck, MauriceGusmm, Cal Kovtn i, Sidney Lefeourt, Joseph Upton. Sam Luby, Loo Poller, Nathan Rood, Leonard Rosen, I Sol Shaye, Bernard Stevens, and I Harold Thurman. Myers said the committee will to look beyond the year-to-year ST Amir c. mms functions and plan for the next decade oi growth and change in the Greater Miami community It will sec k out general areas of ac-. tion and make recommendations to the Federation executive commit tec. ""Many i ; our leaders have felt that Federation needed a croup which could operate out from under the pre-sure of dav-today decisions," Myers explained, "a group which could plan creatively and thoroughly for our community's future." Lefeourt. Federation's new president, pointed out that Miami, being a comparatively new community, "is in the enviable position of being able to profit by the experience of older Jewish communities." The newly-formed committee. Lefeourt and My< rv said, will make a carelul study ol actions which have been taker )y thee other communities, and the results of those actions. "Those communities which are making the most progres* right now," Lefeourt said, "are those which began their long-range planning many years ago. "We will also tk( ;; long, analytical look at our own community." Myers said. "We hope to learn more about the make-up of the Greater Miami community, so that we will be able to chart its future growth more intelligently." He said the committee will consult with many other Greater Mlamians "to make use of the great wealth of talent and experience m our own community." The committee itself. Myers pointed out. represents a wide varietj t-i business, civic and philanthropic interests. "I believe that committe members will stimulate one another in our thinking, and make possible a comprehensive program for the future," Myers said. By this method, the committee hopes that Federation will be able to avoid the necessity for hurried stop-gap measures when unexpected problems arise. Myers said. "With proper planning, a lot of these problems won't be unexpected," Myers said. "Well be able to see them coming well in advance." Legislator Vows Senate Move Against Supreme Court Ruling IXGTON JTA I — Set bertsi • Vir inia %  I?,. d thai he would in• • r< lution %  the opposition of the en %  ress I the S ipn n • Court .... :• : bill S< hOoU • eartnj s on a number ol • %  • Imi nts b '.''' i v •• %  duced %  ihi Senati %  • undi r %  • %  %  this week. : tson n • anwhile .i iopted Senati and the Housi i I • lives on the prayer is !!.draft would xpress the :i -disapi ro\ .ii of the ii • dei isi< : and go on rec... : ibed, nonpublic schools .,.. practice on the : stati i hurch si crtaic faith? sepi rati hurch and stati Lewi11 Weinstein, < hairman of Ihi N nmunitj Relations Advisory i rdii iting em for i nal J wish religious and cw i< or.... :at said Month) rs ruling "has i med the strength of its and n without thi %  the He issu* d .. -' en that everj tmei • ho has properly ruhnj ; ra; i rs public schoi I i ssro 'in-'' will wi I come !'. i Kent • > 's statemeni ret i families that they car. "pray • %  go d deal rches ith more fidelity ^^WV**%V^W^^N*/W^**r* Left to right are Maurice "Dec" Klein, chairman, Americanism committee. Miami Beach Elks Lodge 1601, presenting medals to Mark Schickman and Gerald Komreich, 6th grade students at the Hebrew Academy, and winners of the "What Democracy Means to Me" contest sponsored annuclly by the Elks. Kornre:ch will read his prize-winning essay at the next meetina of the Beach Elks. FREE ISRAEL BOOK 45 PICTURES AND MAP OF ISRAEL V, TH PURCHASE OF YUBAN THE SIMCHA COFFEE AT vc^R LOCAL STORE or Enclose arc from Instant Yuban or snip cf tin wraparc.nd 'rom Regular Yuban with your na"ne and address and send to JEWISH FIORIDIAN P.O. Box 2973 Main Post Office Miami I, Fla. oojii rnZ&r the BEST? The hearings on the proposed :onstitu':cnal amendments were icheduled for this week by Sen. |james 0. Eastland, chairman of •he Senate Judiciary Committee. n the House, where similar draft I amendments have been propos|td. Rep. Emar.uel Celler, of New York chairman of the Judiciary Committee, said he would not It've priority to these proposals aracterized all the resolu orrs on this subject as "dangerous f. that they would serve as an en wedge to destroy one of the lost important tenets of our demoivocofion by Rabbi Shapiro Rabbi David Shapiro was selectd to give the invocation before be I'niled States Senate in Wa.-h keton. DC. last week. Rabbi tiapiro is spiritual leader of Tern iv Sinai of Hollywood, and was kently elected president of the l.ibhinical Assn. of Greater MiDOG RACiNR EVERY MOOT fTXCKPT SUNDAY JS rwrl c NO MINORS 0OGr/MG>Yi nc 32C* nr //5 th St. June 1-Sept. 15 Yes, Mrs. Housewife You are a specialist ...and so is ^•fl^ x rr; .I l # Olt W I.I ->••• %  • \— • / %  • %  > %  • INSURED SAVINGS • LOW COST HOME LOANS Current Dividend Rate on Savings PAID AND COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY Dade Federal Who but a specialist could accomplish so much ? 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Fcce 14-A +Jeist fkridliar Friday. July s igg Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ How Shakespeare Gave the Notorious Shy lock Tale a Twist |' WAS listening theother night t< the broadcast of the "Merchant f Venice."" It took the plan 11 Maverick."" but it has no horses, l "Maverick, they fight over a iece of land, or a lot of cowboy: ght over a lot of cows, which ave a lot of meat, but Shylock jst wants a piece of meat. s>o wnai is so bad about a man wanting a piti* of meat? But in this case. Shylock. the .lew. wants "dafke" a piece of Christian meat. A pound of it. Why should a Jew want a piece cf meat thafs net kosher? But as Shakespeare says, "that's the question." Really, why does he? They offer Shylock ten times the amount of money, but IK savs DO. Just .. Book Review Editor Hilary Mindlin if on vacation this week. i in of meat that's not kosher and of which then :c r< he can not make a pastrami, .lews can oniy >; it meat of animals which chew the cud and havt split hoofs and no human beir.g has split hoot-< i if he has. he doesn't chew the cud and as for the blood of a human being, the Old Testament is so ..!! of the quality of mercy that it even forbids .'(us eating the blood of animals. Many scholars have wondered where Shaki spean got the story. They have found more than a dozen different versions of the pound of fleh story in various languages and only oru ol them mentions any .lew Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN U.S. Pro-Israel Moves Made on the Quiet Washing* • LJAS THE Administration re...;. % %  en •. rked on a "one-sided" pur1 %  An i ••:( ndship at Israel's -i Congn ssmen have criti:; co-sponsorship of a United Ni ition censuring Ia reprisal raid. Attacks ade on current I V sser 11 mi astly incr as Executive Depai slation pi thi Pr< isci narj power to si %  I Vrab s1 scrii .;i-i Jev ;MI Ami ricans thi reaction of the Israel Government I as less concerns : :h;,r. that of • : Jewish leaders That is beci ise n a'have more facts on which ective evaluation, accordii high Adil sources The Administration sees itself m the situati Maimonides, dispensing %  ,. h ty—the anonymous variety. It cannot • various pro-Israel and pro-Ji ish i United Nations Listening Post: B y SAUL CARSON Commies Want Trouble United Nations IT IS NO secret that the Soviet Union Union wants hostilities and confl to continue unabated in various pan<: the world, the Middle East included. -( that it can fish in troubled waters. But it is not often that the skilled bailers ol the Kremlin let their hand show Now an instance has come to light here of a Soviet effort to ijiiash an Arab-Israeli pacifying move be fore it has even been made. Diplomats here, who normally respect the Kremlins craftsmanship, even in pursuits considered evil, are frankly amazed at Russia's gaucherie in this case. The issue concerns the special mission undertaken to the Middle East by Dr. Joseph E. Johnson, the Palestine Conciliation Commissions envoy, charged with trving to find some way out of the Arab-Israeli impasse with regard to the Arab refugee problem. Dr. Johnson went this spring to the Mi.ldle East capitals to engage in a second lound of talks with the leaders ol the governments con' ecrned— Israel. Egypt. Jordan. Lebanon and Svria He had been there .n August of 1961. and got now : here. I: erder to keep the door to negotiations open, he had tiled a report with the last General Assembly, expressing vaguchopes of possible "step by step" solutions of the touch-. problem in the indeterminate future. When he came back agi hi assumed agaii mildly hopeful ; -".ire. Now. loi Dr Johi • %  ... %  drafted %  e du< %  .. %  r our State 1 i ,,„. sn %  N Til ; g to .nfluence the At ions The last phn %  kward lii %  % %  diplomat hen • that the Assembly had ord. %  V thai < f any Aral ncessior • %  : %  %  ^rab attacks thi \ ... hostility President Kei edy pers nail; inti KJ v iring the latl W si • Presidenl I Id how the anti-J ,• Sau s an Ami nestic n that il nnati ... section %  '.:>• It ist a I n en -%  linked with Israi. nerel their religion, in in K nedy's iev Kins S i reportedlj ei thi Presi m I • ei ih is believed I iscussing thi in<: Faisal Ai rei tlj • ti f a sal Saudi Arabia is rigi ; Mi-Jewish i remain so. But. if this authoritative %  rrect, ai leasl S idi-Ai ib n li ai fir-: hand ol the Pn enl %  • • Ir. another case, Wash zl i letly interci • get an Arab state to lo< i after Israeli gt move? cannot be published when they licitj would be counter-pi ve. Arabs innegotiate %  ki I i dsement. Approaches, e\ %  .. I ". would collapse Ami %  plomacj in Aral Hals noul I ere su I that Wash Israeli or : inti n %  'Thi Administration has or < red the Commi i • not to pul iminatoo Ai Application ol the An shipping boycott I i aspei •nt the Sui plus Commodit} Li P.L MO was eased by Washing! action '.; proaches were made to a number of Arab on anti-Jewish restrictions, Egypt gave assurances recently that it would respect the rights ol Ami i Jewish tourists Cairo, of course, is eager for tourist dollar-, as well as huge new American loans The Administration claims n has no alternative in the I'N resolution condemning Israel for tin Lake Tiberias reprisal raid. A point i> made thai thi British co-sponsors wanted to go even further against Israel but were dissuaded. Whether every US. policy in the Near East Is wise, or in America's own national interest. i> debated. Even some Administration Senators have openly dissented, calling for a more courageous and vigorous stand against Arab bias affecting Americans. But it a fair judgment is to be made oi whether a "one-sided" pro-Arab, anti Israel policv has indeed emerged, both sides of the Washington case must be considered. Between You and Me: BORIS SMOLAR Tit <•< that mentions a Jew printe ]years before Shakespeare wrttt th< Men Venice. Tin story appears in a biography Pm >.\t..s bj an Italian. Gregorio Leti. \\i art told there that or.i clay a Roma mer',-• A hi had a cargo insured :.\ a Jew be amc about the ship carrying his merchar Don't worry." says the Jew, "] am sur ;t i S t lost I'll wager you a pound of y< i fiesta that il is i st," replies the Roman. >: ihej make a wager and it turns out I i the .rgi .s lost and the Roman i-t lied to a of t e Jew's fl< sh atter finally comes ti '•< Pope i thai Roman is entitli i tc his p | but as the Roman gets rt;i > to cut, th it he cuts j gi. e or le • than (•ff goes his head. Si I Ji w s saved, and thi onl) way of tlc-h is bj c •: down i Ins What did S pean i de to suit his pi %  • sai thi plaj t ri( hi : Shaki ijrns tl A the Jew wai t I lake th thi Gentile %  %  ,sy oi • ar Ith • • %  %  : ••.! %  : none of them at :r. tn I s — as Ji itti 0'? th teco'd: E, NATHAN Z!PP!N Purpose of 'Dialogue' THERE ;tiht\ i IS NO : • %  : tween %  ; • %  ... •mil • %  It i n %  the r latl n •: d : the %  '. intrn -J a 'I %  ; I I • %  such confr U tuati %  %  v • elimu %  %  • i ebate ;n society. t • gelj an negligi I fai tors • • %  • mic or relig Ben-Gun >r. J of the \n n will not ceasi an suit ol ... .'< rusalem. Ni i .it likely tn • his pi tsimistii r k on the I i -| living ;n thi l ; •• act ol Aing i ationalism ment on both issui %  • n suit : his "' i—ai inaccurate i • judgment —of tnd • history, one which will not li L h ) debate by dialogue or bj confrontation with serious opl position but h> realization ol err,.! both m the marshaling o! tin historic (nets and their interpretation. We n ni wa> if knowing on what basis lh< Premier pre ateiL his prediction ol Jewish group assimilation when th i >| becomes a unitarj society In ten oi fifteen years vr" o,' cours. ithen a way of knowinj what the political fabric of tb. US will be in a decad< or two in this <| of fantastical!} revolutionary chai : American Jewish Congress president, Dr. foachnol Prinz. saio thi purpose of the dialogui was to ItssipatM mutual misconceptions between the twi Jewries and toj establish "the real image of American Jewry. H" ever : • much easier to destroj fals< imag I ^J-f" oi •'•' si real, or true imi g Hopes for Achievement Rest With Pope John DRIVATE INFORMATION from \ atican c ircles that te antili i ish i ces froi tion by the i lined—an si rious disi jssion S i< mitted in Imann and La el Kat; : of Conference of Jewish Oi American Jewi :in el | • last oni ai d th • fii al d comn • ush req "... < vli tself i 1 : .:„' dominant role a I the Bcumi can be i w hich side .Hen i vem tl • the elimii n re %  in thi


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ly 6. 1962 **•##> FkrMinn Page 13-A OTH *Jf t CASSI HI • • • :u< chapter! for \nowh hi an the u hole Mishna r Earn ,1 modest %  vi.ur ou'n BrT n"TC-* n oj3"rv 3 T T III 1 %  inn ourptf nng Dj? fit fartri B^pa-i-ira nx > T V I • T : %  Tt *" • h .D-p^D'xn bfc ivo-inn niaoxn Dn-^y nsrBtfn T T: T v ~: T : T T T • %  : • ;pn onrj p D'-nrrn .npn&MS i03 nnns I ? ••. %  .: T %  • %  -: 13TV nio^tf rrtHW ni 1 ? : T • : : ... T ITI : T I • %  • 1 I i mynvp3r-T3 niifrycr bo-ni ^ijsg "qns '^a .31 • ihme, and let all thy deeds b< di nt j. • :' % %  :.K' i %  ;' Heaven. • Rabbi Elasar of Modim aid, H< sacred, and despxsi %  th< f< ttivals and r 1 ",; BETH JACOB 301^311 Washington ... 5 J, umc ,„ r ubl.C. and | ave. Orthcdox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. • %  Cantor Maurice Mamchea. '" i A • — n ui • % %  :' % % %  and ma\et the BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave. ; ;,_ meaning other than Orthodox. Ju.iu.^p.ro. prea.d.nt. ; ^ ^ ^^ BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Ort;, ; : ledgl lh< 7 rah ami good thodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky. .;,,,!, ;,. | • .... .-,, share in the BETH TORAH. iMin at. d NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipachitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirachenbaum. i : ,].,. .• IA p m Saturday v i., a.m Hi Mttsvah: s intlra, daughtei i Mr. and MrMonia Shapiro Rar Mluvah: Stth, e f Mr, and Mr. Mori iShapiro. 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. DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd at. Con. aervative. Rabbi Harold Richttr. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. Friday sir. p.m. Sermon: "Prescription for Rebellion." Saturday 8:30 a.m. Sermon: "Weeklj Portion." Bar Mltavah: Alan, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Ralph i'.-krll.iS — • FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51at pi. Conservative. Hyman Coverman, president. Cantor Geonga Goldberg. Friday 6:30 p.m. Saturday S:30 a.m. — • — FT. LAUDEROALE EMANUEL. 1801 E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton. Ht -.. I • th in forth and set which :the r:il way '''-' •* %  : should shun. R. Elieser said .A... K. Joshua said, A ba VI". p.m. Sisterhood tnemoera in Bponseir Cmei Shabbat. Saturday youth er\ i> i 8 a.m. In precisely the same manner, Aaron bv accusing them of seeking personal power and authority when, in reality, the true objection was to the authority of the Torah ; HEBREW ACADEMY sis 6th at. Or-, • ,. thodox. Rabbi A exander Grow. 'XPMPIP FMANU.EL, 1701 Wathlnaand God. The commentaries refer to Korah and his company s com( ,ne,ao _._ I T 0 Ta V e. conservative R.bbi irvin B [plaints of "ritual fringes," the "red heifer." assignments to princely i HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CONLehrmao. Cantor Hirah Adier I and priestly positions as a few of his pretexts. I • VSSSS.' rSw'i.Su.li.a^' Any controversy that is on "1 shem shamayim, for the sake of — • — God, such as Korah's say our "Ethics of the Fathers," cannot perseHOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI._ 1201 'vere and be perpetuated. Only a revaluation of Freud's significant 'contribution and reorientation in the proper perspective of a broader. more encompassing Judaism will enable man to make use of this science as an invaluable tool to help him in search of himself. Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. — • — ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louia Cohen. lii.iav 6:30 p.m Saturdaj 8:30 a.m. Bar Mltavah: Alfred, son "f Mr and M.— l >avid SchulberE. — • — KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. | Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrf.eld. Canter Abraham Seif. — • MIAMI HEBREW CONOREGMT'ON. I TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th at. Reform. Rabbi Joaeph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. By RABBI SAMUEL J. \NSLATI0N An Old New Synagogue Jewish community in Italy ^e of the oldest in the world. community arose after Titus toyed the Temple in Jerusallian Jewry, which has been thousands of years, influencie cultural life of the Italand was also influenced by In particular, they were inred by Italian art. it a hundred years ago, Jews the small towns began to to the larg cities. Others hited to America. Entire i communities left the place eir synagogues In the small n towns, there are dozens of ltd syi real hisind artistic value lited by Brit Ivrit Olamit) Why is it necessary to uie wine when reciting the KitWtrth on the Sabbath? Some claim that the presence ot wine indicates a spirit of happiness. We thus recite the Kuldush over the wine to indicate that we are -I doing this with a feeling of joy. I Basically, the wine which is used I in reciting the Kuldush is related i to the meal. The presence of the wine indicates that the meal is an I especially festive occasion. On the Sabbath, one should make everything he does appear to be important — of greater significance than that which he does every day of the week. The appearance of the wine makes the Sabbath meal different than the meals of the week days. n .11 i::u. M ." ... This race is Prepared in coOperation usth the Spi'itual Leaders (j :'.e Greater Miami Rabbincal Assn. HABBI MAX A. IIPSCHITZ Coordinator Contributor: BAEBI SOLOMON SCHlrF Gems of Wisdom 1101 SW 12th ave. Modern Traditional. RabW MaJf Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein. I Frldaj 6:43 p.ID. Saturdaj 15 a.m s-. Tiii.i. "Indt-pendrnce Paj — a — MINYONAIRE9. 3737 Bird rd. Modern Traditional. — e — OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr. Orthcdox Rabbi Phineas Weberman. TEMPLE JUDfc. 320 Palermo ave. Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet. FVIdnj 8:1! p '" Cantor 11. lii.-hard Brown i" chant first aervlce .is cantor .f th. Temple. Quest ipeaker: \ Spiegel, associate director, Florida office, Antl-Defamatlon I^ague of B'nal B'rlth, Topic: "The laaues We Paci Concern ot th< AIM." g Shabbat to !•• aponeored by members of il)' Staterhood. — e — TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. — e -TEMPLE NER TAMIL). 80th St. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Samuel Gomberg. — e — TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Pi Ida' :15 p.n %  % %  al aplrttunl lead .r Rabbi Abraham Kranta, "f Temple Emanuel, Oreensburtf, Pa. Bermon: "A Jev* Purauea Ood." — e — TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan Zw.tman. Cantor Albert Glantx. SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645 Collins ave. Cantor S. Nachmiaa. I —•— —•— SOUTHWEST'CENTER. 6438 SW 8th TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 t. Conservative. R a b b Maurice Flam.nejo Way. Conaervat.ve. Rabbi at. Klein. • — TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025 NE 183rd at., Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor Abraham Reiaman. e TEMPLE BETH AM. 5§50 N. Kendall dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. CantpCharlee Kodner. the wayfarers who would usually cat in the synagogue where they stopped for the Sabbath during their travels Having no home to come to for the Sabbath the KidgET*Wj %  JBtiert .j*e. %  j^ dush was made for their sake, since memberi of ih> onatreadtlon partlclThe Kiddush is also considered to I they remained in the synagogue '"" -• — be a form of a toast and man thus j an d had their meal there Since TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY toasts the Sabbath as he would toast j lhe custom was one adopted it was WOOD^JSSI ^U •.. Reform a most important guest who amv-. ne ver discontinued even when the pvidar t:tt PJB. ed to be with him at his table. practice of having wayfarers eat *J BE TH~;*H7RAH. • • the synagogue became obsolete. At Why it wine used in the synagogue I least "it reminds one of the need to on Friday night when the Kidbe hospitable to waylarers. dosh is recited by the Cantor There are some who claim that from the altar? and Kiddush was recited in the Not all areas observe the custom synagogue so that the children who ol reciting the Kiddush over the might be present at the tinu on Friday night in the synaFridaj nighl would com, Forward Most claim that it was on^nd drmk from the goblet containginallj instituted for the s^kt (d iBfl the wine. Leo Heim. — e — TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zametra ava. Conservative. Seymour Hinkea, cantor. SW 17th st. Alfred WaaTEMPLE ZION. 5720 Conservative. Rabbi man. — • — YEHUCAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conaervative. Rabbi Sheldon Ste.nmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu. FYlday S:15 p.m. Sermon: "Independence—Religious and Otherwlae." Sa t urdaj 9 a.m Bar Mlttvah: Jeffrey, -. n of Mr .inI M.s Raymond Scheer. — • — YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 at. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. Sunlland Ha.I, 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Reconatructionist. Rati.i Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. — e — TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative Rabbi Samuel Mendelowita. e — TEMPLE BETH SKO'.OM 4144 Chase ave. Liberal. Ri'.n Leon Kronieh Cantor David Conviser. — e -EVPLE E'NAI SHOLOM. 1680C NW CANDIELIGHTING TUB 4 Tammuz — 7:02 p.m.



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SHMB| B B9 "*&* Page 4-3 +.knlstncriJ&r Friday, July 6, 1962 Soft Spoken the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis i Ruth i Gidney, who have just moved to a new home on Sunset Island 3. Now Dade County Council PTA safety chairman, one of Mrs. Gidney's terms as president of Nautilus Junior High PTA coincided with Nelsa's ninth year there The family belongs to Temple Emanu-EI on Miami Beach, where son Jeffrey observed his Bar Mitzvah two years ago. and Nelsa led the 1962 Beach High graduating class at the Temple's annual Baccalaureate Service in June. (Next Week's featured High School graduate. Nelson Machtey.) Admiring the decorations at Westbrooke Country Club's June 30 dinner dance are (left to right) Mrs. Allen Goldtin, Sid Greenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Spector, and Goldlin. Question Cantor's Right to Officiate CHICAGO — (JTAl — A divorce case on trial here, behind closed chamber door-, before Superior Court Judge David A Cancl, may result in a ruling that could affect the right of a cantor to officiate at a Jewish wedding in the State of Illinois Four rabbis have been called as witnesses in the ca>e, and the court has appointed a Jewish attorney. Aaron Cohen, to act as "friend ol the court" and help advise the judge Furthermore, the judge himself has served four terms as a president of a synagogue. KINS. of suburban Rogers Park, acenrting to the Sentinel. Jewi-h week.; here The case grew out of a petit of annulment of marriage filed by Mrs Judith O Polland agai husband. Arnold Polland. SIH claims that their marriage in 1951. was "illegal" because the wedding was performed by a cantor, Mosei S.Herman, and not by a rabb:. She contends that State law prv vides that marriages must be performed only by ordained ministers, and Cantor Silverman has no ord.nation CAR1B MIAMI MIRACLE 1163 St. (MfllOpen 11:451 Open 12:45 Leaders Mapping November Tour Organizational meeting of the Greater Miami Friends of Israel will be held Sunday morning. July 15. at the home of Leonard Solomon. Miami Beach civic and religious leader. Sponsorship of a Shalom Cruise aboard the Zim Israel's luxury liner SS Jerusalem or, Nov. 8 to 20, is the first project of the Greater Miami Friends of Israel Maurice Revitz. president of Temple Menorah and chairman of the executive committee of the Hebrew Academy, is temporary chair man of the new organization. Revitz recently was elected a national director of Israel Investors Corporation. Reviti said response to the initial announcement of the Caribbean Goodwill Tour "has been most enthusiastic." He pointed out that the Shalom Cruise will be limited to 300 persons, whereas the Jerusalem carries 570 passengers on its Transatlantic crossings from New York to Israel, thus providing V.I.P. treatment for all. Judith Mazor, Miss Israel ot 1962. who is competing in the Miss Universe contest at Miami Beach. has been invited as a special guest for the July 15 breakfast session at Solomon's home Other temporary officers of the Greater Miami Friends of Israel include Jack S Popick. Rabbis David Shapiro. Mayer Abramowitz. Leon Kronish and Irving Lehrman., and Ben Essen. Phil Revitz and: Henry Gilbert. Details of the Itinerary for the Caribbean Goodwill Tour were] scheduled to be mapped out at aj Thursday afternoon meeting at the officers of Akiva Goffer, vice president of the American-Israeli Shipping Co. Revitz was to preside. Among the ports of call on the 12-day Shalom Cruise will be San JUM, Puerto Rico; St Thomas. Virgin Islands; Port de France. Martinique; Port of-Spa in. Trim dad; Aruba. Netherlands Antilles; Santo Domingo. Dominican Republic; and Kingston. Jamaica. Goffer pointed out that the Jerusalem has been refurbished since its maiden voyage to Miami last year, with :•."> percent outside cabins providing first class accommodations for all passengers aboard the fully-air c n litioned vessel Solomon and Revitz stressed that the Shalom Cruise and the Caribbean Goodwill Tour are open to the entire community. Reservations for the Shalom Cruise maj be made at the offices o| Zim, 407 Lincoln r,l CWGRANT-DORISDAY •^FiatPIcwch, of MtnH* !" GIG VOUVGAIIDRJV MEADOWS Maqtcun