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The Jewish Floridian
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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' elfewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
;me 35 Number 28
Miami, Florida. Friday. July 13. 1962
Two Sections Pries 20*
rgentine Chief Downgrades Anti-Semitism
PLANS REVEALED FOR 'HOLY WAR' AGAINST STATE
Rabbis Arrested in Yossele Battle
Item SUSPtNDtD
ritish Bigot
itirs Interest
JERUSALEM(JTA)On suspicion that they had been involved
in the hiding of 10-year-old Yossele Schumacher from his parents, two
young rabbis were arrested by police in Bnai Brak. a town near Tel
Aviv, known for its Yeshivot and ultra-Orthodoxy.
Haim Weisner, 23. one of the ~
m BRITAIN wtmt'
PAGf 11-4
ON'DON i JTA The case
D Jordan, a Coventry school
I her who is the leader of the
National Socialist move-
continued to excite the in-
of members <>f Parliament.
leading Sunday newspapers.
i rs of British Jewry. Jor-
- organization, which held an
Si mitic rally in Trafalgar
last Sunday, has been
i ned by many mem-
iament, and the teach-
. suspended from hi-.
' I i Iltrj W here the
rd i- probing
appealed to the Va
"i Teachers to sup-
aii si dismissal by
school beard His
his anti Jewish pro-
n sharply attack*
editi rials in the leading
-papers, including the
graph, Sundaj Observ-
Is Nev s.
Kenriques, chairman
Continued on Page 10-A
Of
ral in- arrested, is the son of the
dean of the llachraoy Lublin
Y/eshiva, and a son-in-law of the
late Rabbi Mcislich of Jerusalem.
whose name had earlier been con-
nected with the abduction of Yos-
sele Schumacher. The second rah-'
hi arrested, habbi Maklef, is also
23.
Yossele remained hidden Mon-
day by his parents in a resting
place ''somewhere in Israel." He
was scheduled to appear in the
Jerusalem District Court in a
case involvir-1 his abduction, but
was excused at least for the time
being. He had been subpoeaned
at the request of attorneys for
Zalman and Rifka Kutt, an Orth-
odox couple involved in his case.
But the attorney for the Schu-
macher family got the court to
excese the boy on the grounds
that a Government psychiatrist
opposed the court appear -nee at
this time as possibly harmful to
the child.
Tin rity < hief, mi etinj Men
i lib rs of Israi li dail>
n< ;pap< rs said thai the abduc
'. rs ii Yossele hail considered ha>
, operation performed
on the boy, to prevent his identi
:n ition. The suggestion thai the
plastic operation had already been
performed was used bj his abduc
tors in an attempt to blackmail
State Dep't. Views Policy
On Financial Aid to Nasser
''!' \ I'! a American asi stance lo the imted Arab
lie would nut increase Nasser's capability to import arms from
bloc, nor would withholding assistance decrease thai capa-
Assistant Secretary .if -
jONSPIRACY' SEEN
raw. Passes
\unday Law
N (JTA) GOV. John
Volpe and Lt. Oov. Edward F.
ILaughlin, Jr. were accused by
! -'i leader here of "conspir-
to smuggle" into State law an
lended Sunday Blue Law meas-
M'hich has been passed by the
- lure with "religious prej-
agalnsi Sabbath-observing
ftorities, including Jews. Mr.
aughlin signed the measure
week, making it effective.
the accusation was voiced by
Samuel J. Fox. vice pre-i
of the .Massachusetts Council
tabbis, who is chairman of the
Continued on Page 5-A
Frederick G Dutton declared here.
!n a letter addressed to Rep
Leonard Parbstein, New York
Democrat, the Assistant Secretary
asserted that charges that Egypt
would have to divert money from
domestic needs to pay for Russian
arms were "not valid." He said
gypt had "an excess of unused
Soviet credits upon which to draw."

The State Department, said
Mr. Dutten, recognizes "Israel's
deep concern with the issues
rising from the Arab-Israel
problem." However, he added
that "prospects for its settle-
ment and for stability in the re-
gion as a whole are improved,
if the countiies involved are as-
sisted to pursue their legitimate
.loals for economic develop-
ment."
Mr Dutton said that "by demon-
strating American interest and
support for the UAR's efforts for
economic development, i.iere will
be a stronger foundation on which
Continued on Page 9-A
certain religious personalities in
Israel into continuing to work
against the boy's return, the secur-
ity chief declared
According to the head of the se-
curity service, the abductors had
not intended at any time to return
the boy to Israel, as their main
objective was a "holy war" against
the State. The ultra Orthodox
groups involved in the Schumacher
Case, whd were said to have head-
quarters in New York. Jerusalem.
London and Switzerland, were al-
leged to be engaged in a wide anti
Israeli plot and to have acted
iu;iin>t the incorporation of Jeru-
salem in th Jewish State.
Yossele was hidden by his grand-
ather, Nachman Starkes, nearly
Continued on Page HA
Willowy and brown-eyed
Judith Mazor, "Miss Israel
1S62," arrives on El Al 707
jet at New York International
Airport. She will represent
Israel in the Miss Universe
compeiition to be held in Mi-
ami Beach on Saturday. (See
story, Page IB.)
Cabinet Hears Complete Report
On Red Spy Soblen's Ouster
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
JERUSALEM Robert A Soblen, the convicted sp> who fli
Israel t.> avoid serving a life sentence, did not ask permission to re-
D in Israel under the Lav. of Return, bul even if he had. it would
have been refused him. interior Minister Moshe Shapiro declared lues
laj in the Knesset,
In ;i reply to questions by Com-
munist deputies the Interior Min-
ister said deportation of Soblen
- in line wilh the government's
i- lit j ,i ainsl i iving a hav n to
criminals from other countries He
led that Soblen was not expell- ( dures for their cliei To cnt-
rider the Law ol Return bul
., :' the law dealing with illi
. He also stated thai the ex-
i ulsn n u as nol an a< I of extradi-
tion to the United state- as one
i.i ihe (I 'puties had implied.
In reference to criticism that
he expulsion action was for a
seriously sick person, the minis-
ter disclosed that Soblen was sub-
jected to a physical examination,
before he was expelled, which
found him fit to travel.
i
The minister also told the Knes-
set that Soblen's attorney had
three full days in which to seek
. Supreme Couri stay, and that it
,,- nol tin I un< Hi n oi his minis-
try to advise al orneys pre
ics ho said hat Soblen had bee!-,
i spelled during a ten daj deter
tii n order issued bj an Israeli
tral Mr Shapiro replied
thai the police were empowered to
hold .i man to ; he prescril ed eten
tii n per.ml. but that thev wen nol
ol ligated to do so.
Soblen tried to commit suicide
aboard the plane taking him from
Israel, and the plane landed in
Britain where the spy was taken
to a hospital where he is now await-
ing the outcome of a writ on a re-
quesl for 8 habeas corpus hear-
ing.
Ignores Tally
Of Violence
In 50 Cases
OUST BIGOTRY .
ARUMBURU SPtAKS
PAGE 10-4
. PACE ?2-4
BUENOS AIRES (JTA. A
cader ol one of Argentina- major
>oIitical parties charged this week
hat in Ihe lace of more than 50
inti-Semitic incidents in Argentina
p recent months. Police Chief
li racio Green made "imprudent
itatements" and charges thai -ome
if the incidents were fictitious
The charges were made by Sil-
vano Santander, a leading member
if the Union Civico Radical del
Pueblo Party, who also endorsed
Interior Minister Carlo- Ad-
n gue's announcement thai ex-
ri mis) organizations would V out-
lawed bul expressed dim':.;- that
Dr Adrogue could carrj >ul 'hat
pledge
In reply to a question as to
whether he mcar.t to imp'y that
there was Naii and Fascist infil-
tration in the Government ap-
paratis and security services, he
said that "for one thing, the
police chief makes it known that
he does not agree with the think-
ing of Dr. Adrogue." He then
accused the police chief of declar-
ing that two specific incidents
were "false."
The incidents were the abduction
and torture of 19-year-old Graciela
- ta, .. .ii wish college student,
who had a swastika carved >n her
body with a razor wielded
ol tlu- three thugs who attacked
her. and a similar attack >:i a
youth named Horaldo ii Uessan-
ro, who had swastikas cul into his
face b> unknown thugs, li:- mi I -
,s Jewish.
Sr Sam rider said flal that
then .'.,.- governm< nt i :"y
Continued on Page 8-A
HQaUi. fl^J
. for "more time" lo he
spiritual leaders
. Page 12 A
\ -- i
Ex Nazi Up Before W. German Jury
LEADING SWISS JEW TESTIFIES
JTADirect Teletype Wire
PAGE 2 A
FRANKFURT The prosecution
and defense completed their pres-
entations Tuesday in the trial of
Otto Hunsche. 50. a former war-
time aide to Adolf Eichmann
charged with complicity in the
murder Of 1,200 Hungarian Jews in
1944.
The prosecution demanded a
term of life imprisonment at hard
labor lor Hunsche. the stiffest pen-
alty for maximum
West Herman law.
crimes under
The prosecution had contended
that Hunsche, as an attorney, had
been closely connected with Eich-
mann's office, the Gestapo's Bu-
reau for Jewish Affairs, and had
knowledge of the Naii plan for
the "final solution" of the Jew-
ish s tuition. It stressed that in
1*41 he had taken part in the
Wansee conference at which mass
mirder of Jews was decided on
as "the final solution"
Dr A Alterrser. Hunsche's de-
fen-e counsel, asked for acquittal,
contending that there was "default
Ol proof" of the charges He add-
ed that Hunsche had already serv-
ed two years when he was convict-
tci by a Recklinghausen court in
1947 for his activities as a mem-
ber of the Gestapo.
A sidelight of the final day of
Continued on Pace 11-A


Pcge 2-A
* IfnisHFtrridlfor
Friday, Julv 13,
Leading Swiss Jew Testifies Against Former Nazi
FRANKFl/RT(JTAi Dr. Ben-
jamin Sagalowitz, Zurich journal-
ist and a leader of the Federation
of Jewish Communities of Switzer-
land, gave evidence here this week
before the court trying Otto
Hunsche for war crimes.
Hunsche, a collaborator of Adolf
Eichmann. is accused of directing
the deportation and murder of
1.200 Hungarian Jews in 1944. He
denies knowing anything about the
mass murders then carried out by
the Germans, although he was one
of Eichmann's principal aides.
Dr. Sagalowiti produced in
evidence numerous excerpts from
Swiss newspapers of June and
July, 1944, reporting on the fate
of Hungarian Jewry, and also
gave evidence about information
on the Nazi extermination which
reached, neutral Switzerland at
that time.
At the request of the prosecu-
tion excerpts were read from a re-
port by the late Dr. Rudolf Kast-
n munity in Hungary during the ;ir.
in which Dr. Kastner listed Otto
Hunsihr as one Of those present at
a meeting in which Eichmann had
hinted at the plans for the exterm-
ination of Jews in the Auschwitz
death camp.

Colonel Sentenced
BERLINtJTAl-Dr. Albert Fil-
bert, a former Colonel in the S.S..
was sentenced here by a West Ber-
lin Court to life imprisonment with
hard labor, for his part in the kill
have stopped Hitler's campaign
igainst the Jews
Five other former S.S. officers
who had served under him stood
trial together with Filbert. Four
if them were sentenced to terms
>f hard labor ranging from three
'o ten years. They pleaded that
'hey had acted under orders and
refusal to obey would have entail-
d punishment and possibly death
A fifth accused. Konrad Fiebig.
was acquitted for lack of evidence.
Ml the accused were government
ing in 1941 of over 10.500 Jews in officials, police officers or well-to- 12.000 members of the
the regions of Viina. Grodno and do businessmen at the time of judiciary apparatus were
their arrest.
Prosecutor Suspended
the regions
Vitebsk
Sixty-seven witnesses were heard
during the four-week trial. They
told of the atrocities committed by BONN-(JTA)Wolfgang Fracn
the unit under Filberts command kc, (he on,v attornev appointed
which herded together the victims recenUy ,0 the slaff of ,no u/est
-men. women and children-and German Federal Prosecutors of
then killed them in matt shootings. fice wag gugpended Ml week on
Filbert, aged ."Mi. who had been charges that he had participated in
a bank director at the time of his -unlawful judgments" in the Hitler
arrest two years ago. told the court People's Court during the Nazi re-
fa led to quit voluntaril) and will
now. according to the Justice Mm
istry. be probed in searching In-
vestigations already launched
Fraenkel is the first suspended un-
der the ruling.
The Bundestag, lower Hou.se of
Parliament, had decreed the order
setting June HO as the deadline.
The member! of the judiciary af-
fected are those who participated
in People's Court actions resulting
in death penalties. Inofficial fig-
ures have indicated that ncarh
present
involved
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not commuted suicide at the time,
even though his suicide would not
Lodges, Leaders Given Citations
JACK JINKINS ELECTED PRESIDENT
PACE 10-A
Greater Miami lodges and lead-
er- of B'nai B'rith were singled
r special honors at a lunch-
eon held during the recent Dis-
trict 5 convention of the organiza-
*...:. in Washington, D.C
At the luncheon, some 500 dele-
gates paid tribute to the lodges
and m for their outstand-
ing work in human relations, citi-
zenshii vet( rans activi-
ties ,i- well as tor meritorious
ice in other fields of endeavor.
Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith
received a "first place" in the
"Outstanding Lodge" category.
North Dade was cited with a
"runner-up."
Miami Beach Lodge was cited for
its work in citizenship and civic
affairs, and Sholem and North
Dade Lodges received awards in
the "Outstanding Lodge News
Bulletin" category.
Charles Seiavitch, of Gilbert J
Balkin Lodge, was honored "for all
round meritorious service."
For his work with B'nai B'rith
youth, Eli Hurwitz, of Sholem
Ledge, received a "Specific Acti-
vities" citation. Also cited in
this category were Jack Wilson,
North Shore Lodge, for "Welfare
in Israel;" Samuel Nieberg, Coral
Gables Lodge, "Hillel Founda-
tions on College Campuses;" Leo
Steinman, Coral Gables Lodge,
"Citizenship and Civic Affairs;"
and Leo Axlrod and William G.
Thompson, Sholem Lodge, "Em-
ploy the Handicapped."
Milton Hahn. of Sholem Lodge,
received an Honorable Mention for
his activities in behalf of the
membership campaign conducted
throughout District 5 of B'nai
B'rith. And Frank Kravit was cit-
ed for his work in helping charter
Hatikvah Lodge of Miami Beach in
gime. Dr. Wolfgang Stammheruer
Minister of Justice, ordered the
suspension, since the June 30 dead
line for the resignation of People's
Court judges and prosecutors has
expired. Fraenkel had been an as-
sistant to the chief prosecutor in
Leipzig during the Nazi regime.
So far, reports from the Wesl
German states to Stammberger in-
dicate, about KM) member- of the
pre.-ent judiciary have resigned,
heeding the order that those who
did not quit by June 30 would be
investigated as to their People's
Court activities However, at least
30 judges and prosecutors have
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Coral Gables Lodge of B'nai ....
B'rith was the recipient of the spec- th New Lodges cateor>
ial Sidney Kusworm Award for its
work in citizenship and civic af-
fairs.
Cited as "Outstanding Lodge
Presidents" were Murray Skup.
North Dade. and Eli Hurwitz,
Sholem.
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\lgeria Jewish Exodus Reaches Flood Proportion
[ahis- (J7A) Algerian Jews
.,,. ,,i t o Algeria before the
Mn-/< m state became indc-
leot, D00dd France in such
i|HI> .(ily ai to create
Ettaim I'' rroblems for both
ch and .hwish welfare agen-
the Fond Social Juif Unifie, the
principal French Jewish welfare
a9ency, was in Algeria, seeking
to help arrange for the trans-
few days before the indepe.n-
date. at least haif of Al-
> 125.0CC Jews had fled to
ice. The exodus continued de-
port o* children. Hundreds of
children arrived before the in-
dependence date and Jewish
authorities said the total might
reach 3,000 before the end of the
year.
I port at the close of :. two-day
meeting (if the Standing Confer-
ence on European Jewish Com-
munity Services.
and special treatment for many
social cases. Other needs, he
reported, were provision of col-
lective housir.T for aged refu-
gees who had no relatives and
for children whose families cur-
rently art unable to care for
fh*m.
Jewish organizations. Funds will
I).' used to open new synagogues,
afternoon Hebrew schools, courses
of Jewish religious Instruction and
religious Ln-titutions,
M. Samuel also pointed out that
Dr. Astorre Mayer, of Milan,
president of the Standing Confer
ence. reported that Jewish com-
munities of seven European coun-
tries had contributed $150,000 to
a joint fund sponsored by the Con- the social problems created by re- :
One hundred and fifty Jewish ference to help Algerian and North settlement were particularly acute
effort*, of Algerian leaders child refugees were placed in Jew African Jewish refugees Confer among the Algerian Jewish refu
.in., them to >tay with assur- 'sh communal institutions in Stras- enee delegates also were told that gees "because they have always
bourg and the Fonds Social Juif tne Swiss Jewish Federation and led a traditional and religious life."'
Unifie was making special efforts ,ne Copenhagen Jewish community For that reason, he said. French
to arrange similar facilities in hau offered to take care of Alger- Jewry considered the main prob-
Paris and other centers. The ian Jewish children in sum m e r lems of aid to be in the religious
of personal security.
|ewish peteitta unable to ar-
then cwn immediate de-
nture wet* hastening to send
irir child?e- to France. A rep-
entativ* c' the Joint Distribu-
Commrttee, working with
trstoia Praises
iL for Branch
ise Assistance
ins the fateful daj
. nch, recently con
art in plotting the
fcbiiif he Ernes Congre
I L'X, ;ii'..l now sen
, sj sentence on two
I
jul> Branch will also
nried i i bombing back in
: ., house of I > Shoe
,, i The Miami Her
kunty S'i'i Attorney, whose of-
ke succts:'k.ily prosecuted
fanch, rfc week lauded the)
listance rerdered his staff by
Floric- effice of the Anti-
(famatic-r League of B'nai
nth.
a I.;:. Nathan IVrlmutter.
Icutivi i eetor of the ADL
Gersti it roie:
['I'M.' i: il at ion ywi provided
been n helpful In prose
lim ;h.-i cases, we were for-'
ti thai police efforts have
|n di lies) caliber, and
i' hi available such re
rces as -\'. 'l. possesses
rstein: "I do ap-
.i c i i peration ami trusi
: inue in the remain-
trials follow for Donald
Inch. .; .
Uso in Hm letter to the ADL,
rstein prelted "the frequent
searancc of memorandums
> your c'tica with informa-
as to ii-is investigation."
. replj behall of the Flor-
pegiona Ifice, Perimutter said
"For -... \ the readineas ami
lity ill .. private agency to Offer
resourct in matters of this
without principled, concern
land effective law enforcement
lials, thi -lory rarely has a
by ending
In Dad( < inty, we are indeed
ortunati ( mm unity for having
BOOd and fine staff to
am further the interests
the pecph
building* on the outskirts of Paris camps and private homes,
formerly, used by the Alliance Is-
raelite I'niverseile Teachers Sem-
inary have been prepared to re-
ceive several hundred Jewish chil-
dren and work is in preparation on
other sues.
An official of the central Jewish
welfare agency in France reported
that an estimated -to.oou to 45.000
Jews have bee-i among the Alger-
ians pouring into France in the
last few weeks, .lulien Samuel.
executive director of the Fonds
Social Juif Unifie, made the re-
M. Samuel told the conference
meeting that while tha A'-ierian
Jewish newcomers would bene-
fit from new French legslation
for repatriates, some groups of
the Jewish refugees had special
and urgent needs which the
French Jewish community would
have to meet. He discussed the
severe material difficulties which
the FSJU was facing, including
the need to provide temporary
lodging for the refugees, care
for the children and the aged
and cultural areas. He said it was
considered imperative to provide
-ucb facilities as synagogues, re-
ligious classes and schools to avert
lisorgan'zation among the refugees
ind to speed their integration into
French Jewish life.
The French Clue! Rabbinate an
nounced that it would launch a
special religious fund to enable it
to provide for the religious needs
if the refugees. The fund plan
vas announced at a conference of
French and Algerian consist.Mies
uid representatives of traditional
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Escrow Funds............ 946,801.36
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Soblen No Lover of Zion
The State of Israel was swift, fastidious,
and correct in its decision not to offer Robert
Soblen sanctuary.
Soblen is a convicted Communist spy; and
Israel, like many other democratic nations, has
had her share of difficulties with Soviet-inspired
espionage. Israel knows and understands, by
first-hand experience, the nature and intent of
men like Soblen.
But the more legalistic considerations in
the case revolve around the Law of Return.
a provision written into Israel's Declaration of
Independence, which guarantees the right of
free entry to Jews everywhere. Soblen didn't
jump bond in the U.S. on the eve of his im-
prisonment to rush to Israel for the sake of his
love of Zion.
Soblen. cuning as is the nature of the spy.
sought sanctuary iom punishment by the evii
and distorted exploitation of a principle uni-
versally sacred to Israel and to all Jews, what-
ever their nationality may be. Israel's forth-
right decision served prompt warning that the
Law of Return was never meant to harbor crim-
inals. The Law of Return was intended as a
beacon of hope for the persecuted not as
a legalistic device for the prosecuted.
But the ultimate question, it would seem
to us. is this: Why didn't Soblen make a try
for Russia?
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Friday, July 13, 1962
11 Tammuz 5722
Pattern for Anti-Semitism
The worldwide manifestation of anti-
Semitism at this time would seem to indicate
seme sort of pattern. The violent outbursts in
Argentina have been welling for a long while,
and perhaps a key to the situation lies there.
The manifestations have also been making
headlines in South Africa, Great Britain, West
Germany, and the United States. (The Soviet
Union's brand of Jew-hating suggests its own
tical significance. We, in the Greater Mi-
ami area, have been particularly disposed to
the virulence of anti-Semitism during the past
few months.
We call Argentina a key because that is
where Adolf Eichmann sought refuge for so
many years, and where he was captured and
brought back to Israel for trial and execution.
Eichmann's fate seems to have triggered the
frequency and violence of the anti-Semitism;
although it will take searching sociological
study requiring decades before a really telling
relationship between the two emerges.
In Greater Miami, the Donald Branch case
has pyramided into two more recent provoca-
tions: the picketing by two American Nazis
of the Florida office of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith last week and the hate-
filled comment offered by their bond-maker
on Tuesday.
All are interrelated, calling to mind the
recent and happily unsuccessful visit here of
George Lincoln Rockwell. However humorously
it is suggested we regard Rockwell and his
Nazi Party, based on his failure to achieve
significant support and the miniscule size of
his membership, the fact nevertheless remains
that he constitutes the nominal basis for the
recent unrest here, and that his activities must
be observed with increasing concern.
Greater Miami's law enforcement authori-
ties are to be congratulated for the swift and
resourceful manner in which they dealt with
the picketing Nazis last week. The cooperation
between Miami police and the State Attorney's
Office, coupled with the assistance rendered
by the Anti-Defamation League, which several
days ago received a letter of commendation
from State Attorney Richard Gerstein for the
ADL's contribution to the prosecution in the
Branch case, are all a model of effectiveness
in this community's determination that hate
can have no home here.


4 CLOUD OVER ARGENTINA
Miami is Moving Ahead
After only one short month of Sidney Lef-
court's tenure as president of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation, leaders of Federation
were this week satisfied that Miami Jewry's
central fund-raising and community-planning
agency "is moving ahead."
Announced last week was the formation
of a committee to study long-range needs here,
and announced on Wednesday was the estab-
lishment of an instrument to implement these
needs a community foundation for bequests
and wills.
Leaders here were quick to point out that
foundations are time-honored and established
Federation-sponsored methods of fund-raising
in Jewish communities across the land that
the Greater Miami Jewish Federation had come
up not with an innovation but with an en-
ergetic decision.
The decision is to provide this community
with the means to accomplish what has need-
ed accomplishment for a long time: resources,
rather than talk, to determine by study our
local needs in a host of welfare areas; and
resources, rather than frustrated hope, for cap
ital improvement.
Ongoing Combined Jewish Appeal cam-
paigns provide the wherewithal for operating
expenses, which includes among other things
budgetary requirements of Federation affiliate
agencies. But the foundation, to be financed
through wills, bequests, and grants, will offer
Greater Miami Jewry a method to go beyond
its day-to-day needs and to hope for fulfill-
ing a vision of better tomorrows.
Yossele's Symbolic Role
The case of Yossele Schumacher goes be-
yond the boy himself, however central a role
he played in it. Yossele symbolizes the still
unresolved impasse between the State of
Israel today and ultra-Orthodox Judaism
which considers the fulfillment of Zionism to
lie not in the establishment of secular Jewish
government but in the assiduous practice of
Jewish religious law and custom.
This is borne out by reports early in the
week that conspirators in the abduction of
Yossele had intended using the boy as a minor
chess piece in a far larger game: a "holy war"
against the State of Israel.
will Uu *u *? "u1*"* ,ha' ,he Schumacher case
will shock the boy's abductors into a funda-
mental recognition of the baseness of their
n7\~,i, w- Ti,h reSpeC' ,he by himself
and to the higher principles involved.
-jm
>
during the week
... as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
WE LIVE in a *or|d *he>
w opposites consistently Di,
gu* us. For this reason .
cn never be sure of the loto
that governs relationship
Where values are the functL
of one another becau>e sn^,
sense suggests that the) ourt-
to be. it becomes increasiaA
wise to suspect the mut*?
antipathies smouldering ,,
<\
in them. And even here, thw.l
lurks too much hope, for men may come to accept the opposite 4
their anticipations by a process of personal adjustment so that \-\-'.'
violence is actual!) done i" sense a> a meaningful expression of -
telligence.
But what happen* when values are dissociated from their intd
dependent relationships in such a way that all efforts at predicts.]
bility inevitably fail when a known set of causes yields an m\
known set of effects? This is one way of describing human -ocietj
toda) It is also 4 way of clinically tabulating mental illne $>.^
of the great nun.Is of the twentieth century have attempt,
neel the two, in varying degrees of positive assertion char,,
the era a* a world gone mad
Relationships for many of these minds have become ,,
dictable a* the courses taken b) electrons Jumping from
rgy level to another, or molecules in Brownian mol
seemingly stable matter into a state of never-ending flux
astute philosophers ascribe to the unfolding science of nude
and mathematics a start imut of sociological ills h. -
symptoms find mai the behavior of the voltatile at<
so recently and fearfull)
OPPOSIJIS AND SfFM/NC ABSURDITV
yuHAT is THE apparent appli undisciplined actior
of the events ol our tune' Thi examples are. in fa i
and the difficulty lies mainly in beinj able to sort out thi
ami the "bizarre" from a clinical point of view. The arrest
week of Roger Foss and Gene Shalander, for example, n ]
mind William 1. Shirer's characterization of the early days
Nazi Party in Germany, which attracted to its ranks a m it
of hoboes made "intellectually" sensitive by their comn
sexuality
what could be more opposite to the seeming intent of thi -
mentary National Socialists as they formulated a synthetic Nietzcte
Wagnerian view of the future than this kind of personality abei
what more disturbing to the superman than the betrayal of ha
effeminate inclinations' Foss and Shalander offer striking resn
blances to such opposite* They also refresh one's memory
recent arrival here of George Lincoln Rockwell and his henchma:.
Karl Allen, both of whom wore identical suits, and who sheepish!,
explained the "accident'' to reporters in terms of the gay embarrav
ment felt by women unintentionally gathered at a party in the not
dress.
But the classic portrait of the progenitors of -Kraft durrt
Freude." made somewhat absurd by a pansy patina, is only oce
anomaly here. Roger Foss presents an even more challenging cos
tradiction. for he it was who. in August 1960. revealed his alleM
liaison with Valentin M. Ivaoov, then first secretary of the Savw
Embassy in Washington. According to Foss. he seriously considers
moving to the Soviet Union at the time, and Ivanov purportedly gavt
him $500 after suggesting that he leave his work as a cook in Sen
York and get a government job in Washington.
:- :- .;.
f WAY Of WNDAHIHJAI INTSODUCTION
BUT I HAVE always been a Nazi at heart." an Associated Pre*
dispatch of Aug. 13. 1960 quotes Foss as saying. This is I
question a non sequitor. It hardly explains his sudden decision not
to become a Communist agent; neither does it justifv his equals .:
den move to join George Lincoln Rockwell at Arlington. Va
The general press has thus far failed to report the Ivanov inter
lUde for perhaps these very reason, ,hat they refuse to "mate
.ense And does the recent role of Stefan Plumacher in the
Uon of )on.,ld Branch "make sense"? Plumacher. a former G.
and fflter Youth member, virtually placed his life in danger as a M.
ami police undercover agent in the case that solved the at:.
bombing Apr. 28 of Anshe Ernes Congregation, and that ma)
10 RW key to racial and religious violence here going as tar back
Except for defense attorney Walter Gwinn'a comment to th.
i U naebers role that no real American" could hay.
nimseu in it the Branch Plumacher interchange would hai
worth of commenl But Gwinns observation in reality empl
'.lerg.ng opposite in unwittingly deleterious terms to thi
"'-'esis of his client, For Branch thus assumed the guise
wnomous......\,,/, pr,,t,.t>, bent on besmirching the dor,.
elples of the republic; while Plumacher in fact became a lattet
iov, hie .i ?*., ""American bo) immigrant turned her
..., f ih .'! ;""' iS ,l,"'-""-"'' 10 save ,t from tl
designs of the villain
received"!*WihiCh '\by wa> "f ,enthJ' introduction to two letters I
M i R V",'" dUnnS 'h,' P"M u'n (,a>> 0"e. fr"> '
se'e o, h r r r,,,,s>,s *n*x a ^matu**
throw I u u r-,hl S",U''V cu"*ntly appearing in a North Dade
w I,, eh ?7*5 lh" 8eries mbtitM -Viewpoint. Objectivity.'
On, i '' "aP'T ,UM 2 *"" as -,," T""
THI INCONHSTCNa THAT HAGUIS US
I Hsfu,E SEEN "" Mlhs,',""'r columni in the series, but their suj
'u.ruh;ch'Kr",ly.Pr,'d,t,uhU' j,ld'" ^ he last para,,
to attain their ," "n> aKKrvation caused by the Negro*
i er,v ,,Tl" i"''u"t,V" rlght8' cWtea subversion "
eon,, h ,- :"" hl> Blrch ^""'O- *ACh doe. not hesil
CommJSsm have T[ ""l1s<""-' '"> "i avowed repudiation *
, ,"'""*' !"" enouh "f own intentions for me
stance ." ,!l!,tner ,r" Ih,'-V of inlflcica in this "
cept b violent contrast For on the same page a
-"""' ^''u^7^:T:r ,,f purpM'- ****** >
ehy'l morning (| >u u, 5 ,Wr,U',r '"' '"M" a" ltMn
""'" ehroniclls tie fit (s"u"'"> ''">. The .ports -
highlight the o.,,' M,mn ho -rolled a 267-t -
w Fr,da3 n'Bht Obwrves the writer ingi
Continued on Pg 5.4


.iday. July 13. 1962
'Jewish ikrMian
Tag* 5-A
Miami Fireman Revealed as Arch Anti-Semite
'
T* iB
DAVID CATiMAN
atsman Will
lead Pledge
[edemp+ion Unit
pie Ige redemp-
"ei headed by Dat Id
has en announced by
: president of the
Miami ,Ie ish Federation
. -: c imfittee Includes
e> -:i. Leo Eirenstein, Leon
. -h Gardner. Ben Ciller,
I Smith. Joseph Cohen. Sid-
\ Lefcourt. Sam A. Goldstein.
, .:, .1 Heiman, Emesl Jams.
Kane. Leon Kaplan, and
hn Temple.
The committee has the duty
:f accelerating payments on
r^edjes normally ma:'e through-
:uf the year :> that ihe funds
:on be made available to Federa-
*.c-i aoencies more quickly," ex-
: o.wd Catsman, who added:
'This need applies particularly
overseas agencies, "here rescue
-.d resettl) men) problems have
own increasingly critical "
i Fi h ration committee is in
'ion with a rational effort
I J{:. sh Appeal to pro.
immediate SS5.000.000 for
rsea needs
w ell known attorney
er is currently secre-
!er Miami Jew ish
Dade county law enforcement
authorities are off the record say-1
in that the anti-Semitism of War-!
ren C. Chapman makes Donald;
Branch smell like a rose.
Chapman is the man who posted \
bond for two members of the Amer-;
ican Nazi Party on Monday. The i
duo. Roger C. Foss and Gene Sha- j
lander, were last week arrested on j
Flagler St.. while picketing the of-
fices of the Anti Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith in the Sey-,
bold Building.
Foss and Shalander had been
taken into "protective custody"
after being threatened by a
crowd of several hundred per-
sons But this almost immediate-
ly turned into arrest on charges
of dis'urbing the peace, assault-
ing a police officer, inciting to i
riot, and possible vagrancy.
Chapman, a City of Miami fire
man. posted S2.so Monday for Foss
and $150 for Shalander. A wait-
ing car then spirited them away
Chapman, of 2789 SW 30th ct.,
Miami, said be represented a group
(if interested citizens." and that ,
the monej was raised by donations
The Miami fireman is well-known
to police here, who had been listed i
as a defense witness for Branch.
now serving six years for the at-
tempted bombing of Anshe Ernes
Congregation, and due to stand
trial July 23 in the bombing last
February of the home of Don Shoe-
tis
see
it
Continued from Page 4-A
issible in Miami'' Doesn't
B nth observe the Sad
Please investigate "
adame, 1 have, and can n i n
from w B. Yeats: "Turn-
I turning in the widening
'' he falcon cannot hear the
Things fall apart; th.
cannot hold; Men' an
- loosed upon the world,
"l dimmed tide is loosed,
rywhere The ceremonj
innocence is drowned; The
< lack all conviction, wl
ret Are full of passionate
' "> .'' And so It is
it onsistency of oppositi -
I ci nsistently plague us
maker, editor of the Miami Her-
ald. Chapman, however, was nev-
er called to testify.
Law enforcement authorities,
both in the Police Department
and State Attorney's Office, refuse
to be quoted, but they've already-
had enough experience with Chap-
man to know the extent of his viru-
lent anti-Semitism. The story leak-
ed out late Tuesday, when a re-
porter for the .Miami News. Milt
Sosin. met with a sharp anti-Semitic
tirade from Chapman
While under questioning by po-
lice. Chapman called President
Kennedy a "traitor."
He told the News reporter that
he was not a member of the
American Naii Party, but sup-
ported their views "because they
are the only organization which
: lands up against the Zionist con-
spiracy." Chapman also admit-
ted being a friend of Branch, and
was initially questioned by police
here after intelligence units of
the department learned that he
had made requests for American
Nazi Party literature.
Chapman explained that Kennedy
is a "traitor" because he is a "lib-
eral." and "all liberals are part of
the Zionist-Communist conspiracy."
Chapman based his anti-Semitic
views on the discredited forgery.
"Protocols of the Elders of Zion."
When told that the forgery was
, subsequently repudiated by Henry
: Ford, who first reproduced it in
his Dearborn Independent back in
' the early 1920*8, Chapman was
quoted as saying: "I don't believe
; it. I never heard of any such
thing. I believe what I read in
the book is true."
Meanwhile, a new wrinkle enter-
ed into the case, when the Florida
1 Civil Liberties Union announced
this week that it had been request-
[ ed to represent one of the Nazis.
Tobias Simon, general counsel for
FCLU. did not specify which one.
He said the organization refused
Simon said that his organiza-
tion investigated the picketing
activities of Foss and Shalander
before the Seybold Building on
July 3, "and that when addressed
by a police officer of the City
of Miami, (they) had 'clobbered'
the policeman, in the words *
several eyewitnesses."
Said Simon; "The American Sail
Party is an odious and reprehen-
sible extension of totalitarian phil-
osophy. Nevertheless, their right
to freedom of speech, including the
right to picket, as guarantee-' by
the First Amendment, must be pro-
tected for the sake of the freed rii
of all other Americans. However,
the First Amendment guarantees
of freedom of speech do not BX-
tend to taking physical action
against lawfully-constituted author-
ities, which in this case were the
Police of the City of Miami
Simon said that "the failure >f
the Nazis to picket peacefully .
has removed him from the area
where the Florida Civil Liberties
Union can defend his right o: I
( xpression
Mass. Passes Sunday Law
Continued from Page 1-A
Council's social action.- committee.
According to Rabbi Fox. (iu\
Yolpe. who was out of the state,
had the new bill "rushed" by the
State Police, so that the measure
could become law after Lt. Gov.
McLaughlin signed it.
Calling for a Statewide referen-
dum on a proposed amendment
permitting Sabbath-observer- "O
keep their businesses open Sur ij
if they close Saturdays. Rabbi
said efforts should be made first
to get the Legislature to re srse
itself. The Legislature killei in
amendment favored by observant
Jews and other Sabbatarians, thus
discrimnating against 250.000 Jews
and other Sabbatarians. Rabb. F \
declared.
|LoccI Doctors
re R3e!octed
Kovnat, I
II .1 Robi "' v en i
hip mi the na
of trustees I
Fellow hip it
.. oi thi rganization
go 111.
- thf Ami ri
of the Israel
\ -n Some 3......:
t the I n are members
Vmericai Physicians Fel
hip. which is dedicated to
rat I a major world med-
'liter.
The annual meeting of the or-
I vas held during the re-
I Dal convention in Chi
go of The American .Medical
-r.
The Centennial Of The Jewish Military Chaplaincy
The appointment of Rabbi Jacob Frankel.
( n September 18, 1862, as the first Jewish
military chaplain was a milestone in the
Blow struggle to attain the ideals embodied
in the Constitution of the United States.
In signing Frankel's commission, Presi-
Abraham Lincoln swept away the
.. obstacle to equality for Judaism in
pi ... religious life.
At the outbreak of the Civil War. <'
. I passed a law designa
ntment of chaplains by the rei mei
immander on a vote of the officers ol
ment. However, the lawand here
. -iii, pro id< d that the chaplain
... ularly ordained mil
an denominate n." Th
plicit discrimii i
n-Cht tians, soon I" came a hotly-
public issue. Tl egoveri
whether J
th Christia r a.
Rabbi Arnold Fishel, whose own appli-
cation for a chaplain's commission had
been denied because of the law. laid the
matter before Abraham Lincoln. A fi-w
days later Lincoln wrote to the rabbi; "I
find then' are several particulars in
the present law ... is supposed to be
deficient ... I shall try to have a new law
broad enough to cover what is desired by
you :n behalf of the Israeliti
was as good as his word. Congress passed
a new law in 1862 whose sole requirenv nl
was that a chaplain bi a' n ular irdaini I
minister of some religious denomination."
Today, a hundred years later, com-
memorating the removal of this last bar
to complete religious equality, another
President, John F. Kennedy, writes; "It
great ; asure to join i
bration of I I he establish-
t of thi right of rabbis to sen e :is
I Foi
the United States. These hundred years
have been marked by the service, d<
tion and valor of our Jewish Chap i -
limes of war and pi ace."
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Friday, luly 13 lg62
YFW Halts Hate Meeting in Georgia Vets' Hall
and fnrlhripM action in < mnectio
with tMte-mongering BC'ivlUes
I
By Special Report
The Jewish War Veterans this
veek commended the national com-
mander of the Veterans <>f Foreign
Wars lor "getting tough" with .1
VFW Host that made its meeting
hall available to a hate monger
group at Stone Mountain. Ga.
The VFW Post had rented it>
meeting facilities lo a hate group
calling itself the Defensive Legion
of Registered Americans for a rally
headlined bj some of the country's
most vitriolic hatists." including
retired Admiral .1. II. Crommelin,
\\ w. Burton, .Indue Lcander Pe-
rez, and Mary M. Davi Is
Topics for discussion wore an-
nounced as "The American Jew
Communist Conspiracy 'and "The
Planned Kennedy Scheerv.a to
Throw the United States inta Jew-
ish Banker World Government"
as part of the agenda, embroid-
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in Hebrew education in this conn
try. died here at the age of ".
Born in Minsk, Russia, Mr.
Lisitsky came to the United States
in 1900. Although he earned a
degree as a pharmaceutical chem-
ist at the University of Wiscon-
sin, he chose to devote his life to
Jewish education and Hebrew
literature. He came to New Or-
leans in 1918 where he reorganiz-
ed the communal Hebrew School
and served as its head for nearly
40 years.
During thai time, he published
ten volumes of poems, essays and
translations of English and Ameri-
can classics. In 1959. an English
translation of his autobiography,
entitled "In the Grip of Cross Cur
rents." was published in New York.
ered with bitter attacks on the
NAACP.
According to JWV National Com-
mander Theodore li Brooks, ol
New York, the VFW acted imme-
diately upon hearing from JWV of
plans for the meeting. Command-
,, r Chi< i Robert Hansen disp
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Headquarters m Washington. The
i, legram r< ads
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meiit ol Georgia has been directed
bj the commander-in-chief, K< bi rt
E. Hansen, to lake all steps ne<
essary to prevent meetings of the
Defensive Lemon of Registered
America] trom being held at the
VFW Meeting Hall at Stone M<
lain. Ga Failure on the part ol
pi st fficers to cooperate or failure
on the ]\m of the department -
r >,i> comply with the com-
, hi, i- directive, a
v. ill be taken to cancel the charter
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Ga.
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MmM ncrkflan
Page 7-A
New ZOA Chief Meets With JFK
By Special Report
WASHINGTON Dr. Max Nuss-
baum, Hollywood, Calif., vet-
( ,. Zioni leader and rabbi of
Temple Israel <>f Hollywood, suc-
ceeds Max Breesler, of Chicago, as
pivsidei.: ''' the ZioniM oru.imza.
,.,,... ,,. America. Election came
ju the clo <' Besaion 01 the ZOA's
convention here.
The m wlj elected president, dur-
ing the pasi two year-, served as
chairmai oi the National Execu-
tive council of the ZOA, ruling
tion, two years ago at the ZOA
convention of August, 1960."
Dr Nussbaum also expressed his
conviction alter visiting with the
President that Israel's .security is
a part of American foreign policy
and that this policy is devoted to
(he objective of peace in thai
troubled area.
Dr. Nussbauni disclosed that,
based on his impressions from his
visit with the President, this policy
includes, in addition to the security
of the State of Israel, two other
hodj oi "' orgaiUlBtHW between factors: aid to the economic (level
conventu ns.
A gradual* of the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary of Breslau, for.
rrwHy ir Germany and now in
Poland, where he received his
rabbinical degree in 1934, Dr.
Nussbaurr- at the early age of 25
was summoned to Berlin to serve
as rabbi in the Great Jewish
Congregation, where he stayed
from 1924 to 1940. He was at
that time the yourjest rabbi in
Germany.
]!, is the author of a number of
works on philosophy. Zionism and
Jewish literature, including "The
Philosoph) < I Max Adler" and "The
Nationalism of Yehuda Ha'Levi."
Active in Zionism since his early
youth. Dr. Nussbaum was one Of
the leading figures of the Zionist
organization in Germany, until he
Bed the Hitler regime He was
brought to this country by invita-
tion of the late Dr. Stephen S
Wise, whom he met on the occasion
of the Jewish Arab conference in
London in 1939 In September. 1942,
Dr. Nussbaum was appointed to
the pulpit of Temple Israel of Hol-
lywood.
In the critical years of the Hit-
ler regime. Rabbi Nussbaum, as
contact man for the late Dr Chain
Weizmann, president of the World
Zionist Organization and lat*r first
President of the State of Israel.
brought reports constantly from
Germany to London on the situa-
tion of German Jews
In his acceptance address. Dr.
Nussbaum disclosed that he con-
ferred with President Kennedy at
the White House on June 28. and
discussed with him the problems
Ol American relations with Israel
and other nations of the Near East.
Dr. Nuisbaum asserted that "I
am satisfied in my mind that
American policy has not waver-
ed from that which was set forth
so clearly in President Kennedy'*
address, shortly before his ele<-
Camp Prepares !
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During the third week of camp.
lepirits al tamp He-Ge-Gah are
realh zooming as preparation for
I the first camp show is under way.
The spectacular is scheduled for
M iesda) evening under the direc-
I tion oi Joan Cohen.
Last week, the senior camp vis
tiled Mai Arthur Dairies and the
1 Castle Commissary, and
[many arts and crafts projects were
[completed Arts and crafts pro-
[pram is under the direction of Doris
|li n and Hannah Schorr.
ervices are held each
morning, and senior conn
Bi conduct the weekly Sabbath
6'
ng second
l -tration beginning July
obtaii ng the
[fice oi Beth rah
opment of Israel and assistance to
American Jews in their relation-
ships to Arab states.
"In the area of economic devel-
opment of Israel. Israel has receiv-
ed food allocations of as much as
she can absorb, totaling S27 null
ion. Among other aid. Israel has
In-en granted under the Develop
ment Loan Assistance -urns totaling
$45 million, the highest by far in
Ihe history of the relationship.
"Concrete steps have also been
taken by the U.S Administration
in the matter of the Arab boy-
cott of Jewish firms in this coon-
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try. These include the elimina-
tion by the U.S. Department of
Commerce of references to Jew-
ish firms which bid on Arab con-
tracts, and the discouragement
of replies to Arab questionnaires
by Jewish firms," Rabbi Nuss-
baum further said.
"May I call attention to the
word committed' in President
Kennedy's letter to the convention
wherein he -aid 'we are commuted
to all tree societies that seek a
path to peace and honor individual
right I have every reason to be-
lieve thai what is meant here is
also a commitment to the freedom
and security of those free societies
of which Israel is an integral
part."
The newly elected ZOA president
also recalled the statement made
by Mrs. Golda Meir. Israel For
eign Minister, in the Knesset in
which she declared that there is
no crisis in American-Israel rela-
tionships. "Having visited the
President Kennedy, the meaning of
this message was spelled out in
greater detail." Rabbi Nussbaum
said
Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz (center), vice president of the Israel
Bond Organization, flew by helicopter to Arad in the Negev
during his recent visit to Israel. Arad is one of the most im-
portant new development towns being built in the Negev with
the aid of Israel Bond funds, and will serve as home com-
munity for workers at both the Zohar gas fields and the Dead
Sea Potash Works. Shown with Dr. Schwartz are Sidney
Green (left), financial adviser in the United States to the Israel
Ministry of Finance, and Arieh Eliav, director of the project
for the development of the town of Arad.
msiwia
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Friday. July 13. 1962
Argentine Downgrades Anti-Semitism
Sir
Th.

imitation,"] vert attention from various final
isaCommun-l ial scandals in uhirh the
' ^iare Involved._________
Continued from Page 1A
I extreme right groups and
thai i believed that there were
some military figures and many
i lie priests with influence
"hi do not conceal their support
i i se acti\ ities
Dr. Isaac Goldenbcrg. president
o! tl .. DAIA, the representative
body of Argentine Jewry, discuss-
(hi (Hulls of the organization
ti bilize public opinion against
th( i !i-Semitic developments, said
ave opened an abscess and
jblic opinion is alerted."
Vdrogue made his position
clei n a ni ionw ide tele< tsi
i. address in which he con emn-
e anti Semitic incidents an
thai the government would
i. verj legal step to supress
;. activities and th.' clement-;
r< >il le ir them Dr Adrogue
v nmediately praised by Dr,
I erg, who told the Jewish
Ti aphic Agency thai '"never has
, e rning Minister in Argentina
been so outspoken in condemning
,, process which dates back several
years."
The Minister told the Argentine
people 'hey could be "absolutely
certain that this Government
will be firm and decisive in taking
sanctions agairst those who start
and sustain a climate of insecur-
ity and -nsubordination resulting
in violence." He also referred to
Jewish self-defense uni's who en-
gaged in an exchange of pistol
fite last week with plainclothes-
rr.en while the Jewish youth were
guarding a synagogue against
new attacks.
A Jev ish youth and polici
.' i re wounded I > A
deplored the action, t
He added "II is
not necessar> to point to the fruit-
ful and laborious efforts by the nun-
dre -I thousands oi our Jev ish
compartiol si stress nscientious-
I, thai tl ttacks injure our
Judea Names Cantor Brown
r H. Richard Brow n is i
(. at Tempi" Judea of Coral
i aci i rding to an announce
ere.
1 r Br i" n joined Ral bi Mor-
(u i Podel for the firs! sen ice in
In- '. capacity at the Temple
daj evening
r Brown is the descendant
ol ng line of cantors
i adei s His great-grand-
i was Rabbi Smolerrski of Po-
.- grandfather, Cantor Is
ilko.'/. uas iiber Cantor"
in i essburg, Hungary, and his
i.' Rev Max Broun, uas a
i. in Youngstown. 0.. for many
,u. until Ins retirement in 1S57
C; :or Jack Broun, a brother.
l- eiateil with Temple Or-Elo-
I Jericho. L.I.
. tor Brown began to sing at
ttu -e of five, when he joined
the ly choir The I
chants and prayers were an integ-
ral pi.....: ife for l
five boj -
Prior to entering Hebrew Union
College and the cantorate, Cantor
Broun had an extensive career in
show business, which included ap
inces on the Dick Broun show
Stop the Music." with Bert Parks,
Kay Arm en and Dick Brown, were
lar \ isitors into most ol thi
i : America for manj years,
is v as 'Family Circle." ith w .li-
ter Kiernan and Dick Brown.
In 1956. he entered the Hi
Ciliege S c h o o I of Sacred
music. In addition to music, Can-
tor Broun had also majored in
education.
Prior to his new post. Cantor
Brown was cantor at the Commun-
' ity Synagogue in Rye. NY
Fatherland and presenl
ihe world in a seriouslj cisl
image."
Dr Adrogue said the Government
will employ, when necessary-, these
steps: "Closing premises; prohibil
ing any means of expressini
tacks against the Jewish commun-
ity or it- members or any other
religious or racial group; i
live investi jation ol individuals a
5, ,,; h acts and sO-( i
ideologies' thai encourage tl
and canci lation ol the licenses
nizatioi pf
s miti-ni "
A stal

f the i lii the
Ihe Bish
Wi
our duty to denounce ;i- dangi
.i series ol armed attacks i
-. institutions
carried out b> is-yel :: '
therefon
sailants
"While the authors of these acts
are as yet unidentified, we re-
sist the belief that such infamous
contradictions can be real among
the baptized. It is necessary to
state, however, that the State
must put an end to such activities
which, in this moment, could lead
to the introduction of actions of
greater excess against the sacred
r-ght of persons and institutions."
Preceding Dr A Irogui
r\ netw rk is an inter
view with Capt Raul Ai
naval officer who, this
: mi his posl
the Fedi ral | ment's
division of anti-democratii
tii ihe equn alent ol the I
the United States .
Angelini accused the
D.\l.\ ol being ".i Communist in-
strument." He stated thai not onlj
i- the DAIA such an "instrument,"
hut that the entire Sirota ease i>
"'a Communist fabrication." He
was referring to the case of Miss

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: John F. Kennedy (center stands lor invocation at
ence Day celebration of the American colonv in
City during the Piesident's recent visit in Mexico.
g the invocation is Rabbi Harry L. Lawrence, for-
;: Miami, wheie he was spiritual leader of Tifereth
i-.gregation. Rabbi Lawrence now occupies the pul-
- t of F-:'.-. Israel Community Center in Mexico City.
State Dep't. Views Policy
On Financial Aid to Nasser
;:-tinued from 1-A
be w orkrd I
, the St iti
: .i i n\ inced ol
. ation I I
for and ic '
ii ir ; << They
: lire id in pur
< t. said
"verj c incern* d about
neral re irmament, Is
ssador Avraham Har
,vhile sai I in an inter
\ i -. York 1:1 Sunday night,
U Sen. Kenneth Keating on
itti mreekl) radio-television
i rai
.erj concerned, of course
b. thi general picture of n-arma-
gypt," he stated. "It has
goin, on since 1955. and has
(I up in the past year
.in aspect of it i>. of course,
a: concerns us most, but
K^yptiai earmament i> not lim-
I to the air an I it's not limited
MIG: It ha> also Included in
ths the receipt by them
ge heavy bombers "
\N. :n Rusa i' asked Sen
K '
'i. ; lie I M ilarman "But
- include i heavy build-
tori; their in
elopi armor and,
i ather impressi\ e in
far as I i na^ al force
-
to a q as to whe
-i i] \ an aid to
ibul stability in
I asl tmbas

"It has always been our view
that eccomic development of
countries is a stabilizing factor,
and I'd like to make that clear.
I think that we, in Israe', would
like to see cur Arab neighbors
concentra'e upon th essential
jib cf imorov:ng their economic
and roci*l situation, and any
help that they get in that respect
is something to which we would
take no exception at all. We'd
like to see them concentrate on
that.
our only doubt about Egypt, in
particular, is to what extent Egypt
is concentrating upon her own in-
tern. .1 affairs our feeling is that
she is still devoting a considerable
degree Of her resources to exter-
nal venture-
Asked by the Senator whether he
saw any "mellowing in Arab an-
tagonism toward Israel." Mr. Har
man declared: "I would say that,
in recent months, there has been
an increase in vituperation There
has been a lot of very wild talk
about the destruction of Israel as
the Arap plan I would say that
there has been no public melli
ing of the Arab attitude toward us
po sibly the contrary
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9-Jen 1st fhr*09fl
Friday, July 13. 1962
Jack Jenkins Succeeds Judge Friedman
As B'nai B'rith District 5 President
By Special Report
MIAMIANS WIN AWARDS PAGE 2-4
by 500 delegates, concluded on the
eve of Jul) 4 at a banquet session
WASHINGTONJack J. Jenkins. foI. ,!u, installation of now officers
Washington business and civic 1)r u/iUiam A. Wexler. of Savan-
leader. was elected president of nah Ga a member 0f the B'nai
B'nai B'rith District 5 at the or- B,.j,h international board of gov-
ganization's 86th annual conven- ern0rs, presided.
tion here ln a kev address to the conven-
Jtnkins. who served this year as ,UIM tne abusive nature of much of
president-elect of the six-state At- ,n(, cr,ticisni heaped on the Su-
laniic Coast district, moves up in- p,-onu. Court lor its school prayer
to the tup position of the member- decision was deplored by Label A
ship from Maryland to Florida. K.ll7 president of B'nai B'rith. as
AJComm. Urges Bigotry
Ouster from Argentina
He succeeds retiring president.
Judge Milton A. Friedman, who
is prominent in civic and legal
circles in Miami.
a disturbing demonstration of ir-
religious behavior in the name of
religion."
K a I z condemned 'provocative
slanders" directed at the Court.
.Unkins. who is general manager particularl\ by public officials
of Kinsman Optical Co.. and vice wno invoke the name of God while
president of the Parkwood Opti- rearing down respect for the ju
nans of Wellington, served as the ( diciary and the traditional separa-
1962 treasurer of the Washington y0 of" povvl.rs our governmental
Intel faith committee. He is a f<""-' process."
mtr president of the Virginia State Hc sa,d that "to accuse the Court |
Assn of B'nai B'rith. and served of promoting atheism.' of acting
among other capacities as a mem- without conscience,' of declaring
ber of the Virginia regional ad God unconstitutional.' or of 'keep
visory board of the Anti-Defama- ,g one eye on the Kremlin.* is
tion League of B'nai B'rith. c|earIy to bear false witness."
The convention also elected Mau- "Such accusations are. by any
rice Steinberg, life-long resident of! man's faith, a Godless deed." he
Augusta, Ga.. president-elect.' added.
Steinberg received his law degree
The B'nai B'rith president
warned that such "irrational ef-
forts" to diminish the role or
stature of the Court "undermine
the system of political checks
and balances by which Ameri-
can democracy operates."
Katz said that some of the emo
tional outbursts that greeted the
from the University of Georgia
law school, and is a member of
the Augusta Bar Assn., the Georgia
Bar Assn and the American Bar
Assn. He saw service a> a naval
officer during World War II in the
European and Pacific Theatres
He has served as president of
the Georgia State Assn. of B'nai
B'rith. and has served on boards j Court's decision were "tainted with
Of many charities in his native i emotional appeals to religious
bigotry." He added that there are
now more sober legal reflections
which emphasize that the Court
did not deny the religious charac-
ter of the nation, but concerned it-
self with a "narrow and restricted
issue," of a constitutional principle.
"It is understandable." he said,
"thai just as the Court itself was
divided in its interpretations, the
American people hold conflicting
judgments. Moreover, it is wholly
desirable that all sides express
their views with a cogency and
reasonableness focused oa the is-
sue itself."
"How does this encouragement
to school children to defy the
law square with the encourage-
ment of ethical and moral be-
\ havior that are inherent in pray-
er and religion?" Kati declared.
He agreed that the 22-word New
York Regents' prayer is. on its
ace, "an innocuous, non-sectarian
affirmation of faith."
"Yet." he added, "legal judg-
ments aside, the very emphasis of
the prayer, in language and locale,
on the innocuous impeaches its
purpose. Religion is not some
thing to be sanitized into impoten-
cy and prayer is not recitation by-
rote. These must be meaningful
personal experiences."
The B'nai B'rith leader recom-
mended "President Kennedy's sim-
ple formula the reminder that
every American family has the
free opportunity to deepen its re-
ligious commitments in its own
home and house of worship "
city
Other officers elected at the
Washington convention were
Robert I. Lipton, Durham, N.C.,
first vice president; Samuel Nie-
fcer.g, Miami, second vice pres-
ident; Julius Fisher, Roanolte,
Va., executive secretary; and
Max Breslauer, Bethesda, Md.,
treasurer.
The four-day meeting, attended
Sheraton1
!HOTEI?CONFIM
BOTH
The appointment ot Dr. Alan
R. Solomon as new director
of the Jewish Museum of the
Jewish Theological Seminary
of America in New York City
has been announced by Dr.
Louis Finkelstein Seminary
chancellor. The Jewish Mu-
seum is closed at present,
pending the completion of
the Albert A. List Building,
and the restoration and re-
furnishing of the Warburg
Building. The new construc-
tion will more than double
the facilities of the Museum
housed since 1948 in the for-
mer Warburg home.
British Bigot
Stirs Interest
Continued from Page IA
the Anglo-Jewish Assn.. stated this
week that "anti-Semitism in Britain
is not dead, but British Jews are
sure it has lost its power" He
arned that "far more dangerous
than the Nazi parties here are neo-
Nazi and neo-Fascist groups in
some of the Common Market coun-
tries, which are far stranger than
their counterparts here." "Dare we
hope." he asked, "that Britain's
exports to a new Europe will in-
clude as a one-way trade her own
attitude to racial and religious dis-
crimination?"
In the House of Commons, Lab-
orite Richard Mar>h asked Sir
David Eccles. Minister of Educa-
tion, whether the Ministry planned
: to notify all local school hoards
that they watch against employ-
! ing teachers who hold that the
i children of some races and religions
are inferior to others, Sir David
replied that the decision to hire
| or lire rests solely with the school
, boards.
new YORK-i.iTA>-Tho Amer-
ican Jewish Committee this week
urged the Argentine Government
to take vigorous, legal action '
against the perpetrators of violent
anti-Semitism which has recentl)
broken out in Argentina.
in a letter to Roberto Alemann
Argentine Ambassador to the Uni-
ted States, A. M. Sonnabend, pres-
ident of the A.IC. warned that the
situation m Argentina "has de-
teriorated" in the past four mon-
ths, Sonnabend pointed out that
tho Committee has boon concerned
with the present situation for some
time and. in 1961. met with then
Minister Plenipotentiary Pransis-
co Bello on anti-Semitic manifesta-
tions in Argentina during the pre-
vious year.
In February, 1962, AJC rep-
resentations were made again to
the Argentine envoy here, con-
cerning disturbing incidents. In
1948, a mission of Committee
leaders visited Buenos Aires and
met with the Argentine Pres-
ident and leading government of-
ficials, on problems of harmoni-
ous intergroup relations.
At the same time. Sonnabend
voiced commendation for Argon
ina's Interior Minister. Dr Carlos
Adrogue. lor the latter's strong de-
nunciation of the anti-Semitic out
breaks in Argentina. Sonnabend
said that the American Jewish
Committee is looking forward to
strong, practical measures against
anti-Semitism, which will result
from the firm stand taken by Dr
Adrogue.
He expressed assurance that the
Argentine Government will take
the load sot forth by Dr. Adrogue
in moving against those elements
cf the population which are "be-
smirching the reputation of Ar-
gentina by their wanton behavior.
The Minister of tho Interior will
have tho full -uptxMt of democrat
forces and opinion in hi- country
ml in all Western lands SOMU-
bend said
Sonnabend reported that neo-
Fascist and terrorist organisations
nave been carrying <'t a *<*"
spread campaign of armed \ i
lence and vandalism against demo-
cratic and Ji w ish institutions, and
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British Teacher Says He'll Fight Suspension
LONDON(JTAlColin Jordan, leader of the British National So-.House (if Commons bj R A But-
cialisl movement which provoked a riot in Trafalar Square on July 2, ler, Home Secretary The
said this week be would fight his suspension from his teaching posi in
the stoke Secondarj Modern Boys School, at Coventry.
The Coventry Education Com-,"
mittee told him he was not to re-
sume his teaching duties, pending
an appearance before the school's
bi ard of governors in connection
with his pro Hitler activities. The
39-year-old teacher of English and
mathematics told the press he
Asked how he felt about being
called a Nazi, he replied: "We
want to make Britain white. The
Jews have a country of their
own."
The suspension came after the
British government gave assur-
-f

would fighl the decision "as far as ances thai strong measures would
I can." A spokesman for the ed- be used in the future against the
ucation committee said "we have kind ol pro-Hitler and anti-Jewish
been inundated with letters from agitation whieh sparked the riot in
all over the country" following an- Trafalgar Square
Secretarj said police had not ex-
pected the violence thai erupted in
response to the anti-Semitic spee-
ches at the meeting.
He saiH in the future police
would act more s-rietly in such
situations and that there was a
possibility that the Naii speak-
ers would be charged with viola-
tion of the Public Order Act.
Twenty persons, including a num-
ber of Jews, were arrested and
fined for breaking through police
lines at the riotous meeting.
nouncement of the suspension.
V
Fis arrival at Miami airport with his wife and daughter,
000th Jewish refuqec from Cuba to receive migration
Mance from United Hias Service is greeted by the world-
agency's executive director, James P. Rice (left). The
-scale resettlement program is beinq carried out in close
?ration with the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, the
York Assn. for New Americans, and other Jewish re-
lement agencies in the United States and Caribbean coun-
NYANA is helpino the family shown above to make
jppy adjustment to their new surroundings.
timer Nazi Goes on Trial
Continued from Page 1-A
|trial was an interruption from
an in the audience who yelled.
rprcsont the Nationalist Press
murder but revenge is a*
or demanded immediate arrest ot
the man. and the court agreed and
imposed a three-day sentence on
New Gallery
Opens in Gables
A new art gallery which will
feature works of old masters, con-
temporary "name artists*' and up-
and-coming painters is scheduled
to open on July 23 at 320 Miracle
Mile in Coral Gables,
Named "The Loft on the Mile."
ihe gallery has been in the plan-
ning stages for several months
Local advertising executive Robert
S Hurwitz is president of the Loi't.
ai.d Miami businessmen Eugene
Pteisher and Everett Butler are
vice president and secretary -treas-
urer respectively.
Loft on the Mile is a second
floor gallery whose large main
room is topped with a skylight.
There are eight additional smal-
ler rooms for one-man end group
shows, and a rooftop garden is
planned to show sculpture.
The opening show. July 23
through Sept. 15, will feature a
variety of outstanding artists, in-
As press condemnation grew
The assurance was given in the against the Lnflammatorj speeches
-----------------------------------------voiced at the meeting other
, eL ... ernment officials indicated thai
Judge ihepparo Named British Nazi group probabl l
ii .. Ck ,r,i i ,,.,, ""i be given permission again tu
Jlid'je Hen Shoppaid. Imiu-time ',..
Id public rallies Governi u nt
resident of Miami, practicing pedia- ,,, had consistentij ar.
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drive here in South Florida. i I tree speech.
m this trial." The prosecut- Nazi salute
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ten. ants, he raised ln> arm in a paintings will be shown in Miami
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Rabbis Ask More Time' to be Spiritual Leaders
liberty for the Jews of Route,
Russian Jewry is being victimmd
unjustly."
that he might devote more of his leaders,
time and energy to spiritual mat
jews for alleged economic infrac-
ts. He also noted that in re-
cent weeks in
the Soviet Union
ten, was made here Monday be^
fore the 26th annual convention of
the Rabbinical Council of Ameri-
ca in the Waldman hotel.
The appeal to the convention of
the Orthodox rabbis was made by
the organizations past president.
Rabbi Theodore L. Adams, of New
York. "Lay synagogue and com-
r..unity leaders. he asserted, "are
reducing the power of the rabbi in
individuals of High ethical and
religious eminence, such as me
rabbi."
At a session
Harold H. Smiin. i X.T<5! Reoublic u
fharply criticized the.recem dte ******** J"""**g
k marketeers. speuilatctrs. iu.
^ThoUdi';cu.*d-,he relation- icncy manipu.a.ors and pilfer,
.hips between Israeli and Ameri-
can Jewries. He challenged one
"Synagogue leaders should re-
lieve the rabbi of such functions
as business administration, fund-
raising and glorified public rela-
tions operations, so that he can
be restored to a position of deep I can^fa^m that "d.a-
spiritual distinct on, WH-JJ2 "u?" which, he said, held that
and persuasiveness. The hope Ogue. h lies
,si0n Sunday mgh, Rabb. there JjVJ- gSStt*
H. Smith, of Chicago. Hd atwc. d a crack.
sharpty criticized the recent"dte gfJ&gFjwi as .Ueged
togue" held in {^JfSJ h ack marteteers. speculators. cur-
American Jewish and srael lead m ^ and pl|(ercrs.
and pe
for a truly creative resurgence
cannot rest with narrow 'organi-
lation men It must be based on
the corsscrated commitment of
Former Argentine President Hits
Outburst of Anti-Semitism
BUENOS AIRES iJTA) Lt have no place in Argentine life or
BLE.INUS Ainco traditions Gen. Aramburu said
Gen. Pedro E. Aramburu. former "J^Vecenl manifestations oi
Argentine President during the
provisional government that mist- ^.^
e.i Juan I'eron trom the presidency
israeU-AtArican Jewish tics
could be reemphasized through the
simple process of learning the He-
brew language."
For more than 3.000 years.'
Rabbi Smith maintained, the Jew-
ish people the world over had re-
tained its identity and heritage,
not because of Language but be-
cause oi the close spiritual ties oi
the Torah, which has guided the
Jewish people in their clayto day
living Religion, and it.- common
ideals, have always been the u
Noting the "great contradiction
and irony" for the Kremlin to
espouse freedom for the new
countries of Africa, Asia and
South America, and on the other
hand to persecute the Jewish
minority in the Soviet Union.
Rabbi Schwartz asked that Russ-
ian Jewry be restored and rehabi-
litated "to lead a life full of Jew-
ish dignity, respect and fulfill-
ment." in view of the "undying
devotion" and loyalty of Russian
Jews to the Soviet Union, parti-
cularly their sacrifices during
World War II.
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iadic fruits of intolerance, wn.cn imDue w.tl. ne rwu ml|M ,v,,
'must be repudiated by the Argen- our bond of unity rests in thespin- eaderi of e ^ ,,.
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ed the new wave
here Significance was attached to
his statement due to the fact that
he now heads a new political party.
Union Nacional, and his name has
been advanced as the possible next
president of Argentina.
Pointing out that the world owes
Pointing out that the worm owes : ou(breaks of anu-Semitism. me mm w u= ^ "", '
much to Jewish scientists, and that ankle emploved the discredited policies" aimed at destroying int.
racist or religious persecutions] Na2i.Communist canard of alleged fundamental tenets of Judaism ana
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scandals." accusing DAIA. the cen- Addressing members of the Hah
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rv of beins headed hv such per-. chairman of the convention, coi
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GEMS OF WISDOM
Hou shalt not bear false witneu
list thy neighbor.
EXODUS. I
[said :n my haste A/I men art
PSALMS. I

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but for a mo-
PROVERBS.
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Rabbis Must Speak Words
God Puts in Their Mouths
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Li ltd. PROVERBS.

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HEN ZION
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k : I 'i-v.l no pnest promise me
ul li/e, for f can III
By RABBI MORTON MALAVSK Y
Israelite Center
We find in the Tor ah portion
read this week the story of
Balaam. The story is one of hu-
man weakness and greed. Most
individuals are at one time or an-
other confronted with the alterna-
tives that stared at Balaam Some
are overcome by defeat while
/ r'""V others emerge victorious.
\fe when I ive nac^u-uriK
who have gone
an i v myself an
' past,
in i\t

{her than
and -niv.
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Information to be included in the Religious Services column
must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later
than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All re-
leases received after that time will be returned as proot of
their lateness.
AGLIDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ive.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
I'i 1'lai T i> m Saturda) J:3fl i m
Sermon 'Doe* Judaism Preach So-
cial Buceeea for its Followera?"
a
ANSHE EMES 2533 SW 19th
Conservative. R. Vusko. president.
SAYINGS OF FATHERS
RABBI MORTON MAIAVSKY
. words of God
Evil Will
ped in
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ivei thawl
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n ? I j2 n; | a
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.""tfnn-r^norp-rrg
hir *?p nV?npn nnx
r : r t : -
|sn iv .nsf dtpi-iks to1?
vyv'x jnra -p1? rrVpnrn
n'?Dn mnv .D-iaix &
iipag ,5?x-i:rn inrpn xin
trxn mum n^npn-
;rn nrpn ofrfrr^ -ivj?
ipn-^D nx JHnfc?'? T?
|aitn nrciDn-'na ^
bn1? jrsh n^api rT^D-io
.iToi nafa nja?
?wa nas D^tfvva
T T
px'naa trnaa nDK^a
The basic theme of the story
is temptation. Kin;; Balak of Mid-
i.-in feared the Jews. He visualized
in a handful of .lews a vast horde
(vent on his destruction. He dis-
patched messengers to beseech
Balaam, the heathen prophet, to
curse the Jews, Balaam rejected
the invitation because God would
not let him fulfill Balak's request,
The king, however, was very
persistent He sent another, a
more distinguished delegation, with
the assurance thai he would paj
any price Balaam would ask This
Balaam could no longer resist. Al-
though he told the delegation that he would have to speak only tin-
words that God commanded, he went with them. Upon his arrival.
Balak .is overjoyed. His gladness, however, was dampened by
Balaam's declaration that "The word Cod putteth in my mouth, that
shall I speak." To this promise he remained faithful. Instead of
cursing, he blessed the Jews.
What a challenge we find in the text and story! Rabbis as well
as all clergymen are deeply conscious that they must speak only the
words God puts in their mouths. How often does the rabbi find him-
self in a position where he is asked, instructed and even urged to
deviate from preaching the word of God.
The "balebatim." or laymen, must begin to understand and appre-
ciate that a rabbi's primary duty is to God. He must speak not alone
what his audience wants to hear, but what he feels they should hear.
The clergyman who repeats in the pulpit empty words that the congre-
gation might enjoy, may be acclaimed as a very popular speaker; but
the truly distinguished rabbi is the one who serves God. and who speaks
not the words people welcome, but the words God puts in his mouth.
The lesson of this week's portion can also be carried into the lives
I of laymen. The world would be an infinitely happier place if men
I and women would speak only those words which God wishes us to
j express words of truth, words of compassion and love, words of
i mercy.
We often yield to hate, to irritation, to anger. We give vent to
jour personal hates and speak words offensive to God and injurious
I to our fellowman. May we all forever remain cognizant of the sacred
necessity to speak in the name of, for the sake of. and in the spirit of
!the Lord. In so doing, we shall be blessed.
BETH DAVID 2625 3W 3rd ave Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W. Lioson.
a
BETH EL 500 Sw l/tn ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
BETH EMETH
Conservative.
BETH ISRAEL
thodox. RabDi
12250 NW 2nd ive.
e
4000 Prairie ave. Or-
H. Louis Rottman.
BETH JACOB 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
e -
BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president.
e
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or.
thodox. RaDbl Joseph F. RacKovsky.

BETH TORAH. io4tn st. and NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
Krtda> -; '' p.m Satunla> N 13 B m

CONGREGATION ET2 CHAIM. 1544
Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strassfeld.
Ht used to -a- Beloved u wn
'"' for lie- was .'fjui in the image
. : :, .:- b> J
hint t'ui
in. creai : the image >j
;.., jj laid F .'i the image
i;.',! made He man
. .
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and the
: ;- yet jli
according
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Rabb I A:
ud. V is no. Torn
there .. ma '
'
I .....ere u
... is n
I I I
iVI there is no l(i
u ;. where thi
1,, ii there is
Where there u
..< no Torah; uii^rt- I
riit-re u no T."jli rlii-re is no meal j
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why is the bread elevated when
pronouncing t h e benediction
over it?
The Maharil is quoted as saying
that the bread should be raised
when the name of the Almlght)
is mentioned in the blessing. This
i would indicate that raising the
bread is I m" of the Almighty to
man, Rabbi Isaac Luria is quoted
as saying that the bread is lifted
when the word "Hamotli" is utter-
ed (who brings out").

Why do some people proclaim the
word "B'Rshus" before pro-
nouncing the blessing over the
'bread when they eat in com-
pany?
According to some authorities
this was originated in the case
| when one made the blessing over
jthe bread for all He thus was ob-
1 ligated to seek the permission of
nd the service is conducted' {Uf, ga,horing or the company be-
ng to Italian rite. Some say f()ri, h(, took j, llpon himself to ut-
is service is the original u>r ,he bt-nedution for all of them
f-'te from the days of the.Th|S wag done D> saying -B'Rshus
With the permission of
alian Hebrew CongregationIThere are others who claim that
alem sought to transfer the this expression was pronounced be
furniture of the deserted cause I certain sanctity is ushered
ies in Italy, and received in when the benediction over the
ra tftno Inapna ^x^s
.rrrj'xn rrntf tea
T ; t t V :
^ly mav nna nxstna)
t t 4 i
iSlAIION -
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This page is prepared m co-
or-frdtnm icifh the Spiritual Lead-
ers of the Greater Miami Rabbin-
Cl Assn.
RABBI MAX A. UPSCttTTS
Coordinator
Contributor:
RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF
Gfmj of Wisdom
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER
Conservative. 8755 SW 16th St.. Mi-
ami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor
Gershon Levin.

OADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Con- '
tervative. Rabbi Harold Riehtsr.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
FVIdas 1"' pm St-minn: "DtMclple of
Balaam." Saturday 8:S0 a m. Bar
Mtisvah: Steven, on ->f Mr and Mi-
tten Shapiro. Sermon: "Weekls Por-
tion."

FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW Slat
pi. Conservative. Hyman Coverman.
president. Canter Georoe Ooldberg.
I-Ylda> S.lii p m. Saturda) s::io ;i in
FT. LAUDEROALfc EMANUEL. HOI
E. Aeidraws ave. Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton.

HEBREW ACADEMY. 18 tth at. Or-
thedox. Rabbi Alexander Gross.

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

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

ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen

KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.

MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th ave. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor
Fred Bernstein.
Prlda\ IS B.m Saturda; 8 15 n.m
Serniun; "The Red Haa Once Again."

MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern
Traditional.
He used M> Hr whose ui>
lorn exceeds his deeds to tohai u
he l'ke' To a tree uihoic branches
ire many but ui;.>-c- roeH are jew

Rjbbi /.'.- -lie Torah uill himself be honored
thy manl^inj but ivhoto dishonor*
1 :hc Torah. u-ill himjelf be dishon-
oreJ b\ mjiil^inj

R. .Simeon saiJ. // three hate
I eaten ar a table and have spoken I
J there no u'ords of Torah. it it aV if I
I they had eaten of sacrifices to I
5 dead idols, oj u-liom it is said. For !
rail their tables are full of vomu I
% and filthtness; the All-present is j
Inot tin their thoughts). but if %
| three hat e eaten at a table and
\have spo\en there words of Torah. s_
lit i> as if they had eaten at the j
I table of All-present, u u-hich the I
i Scripture mj\ be applied.
. I
Reform. Rabbi Joseph
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Narot.
TEMPLE JUDtt. 320 Palermo ava.
Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet.
in.i.o B IS p.m Queat apeakes1 Leon
l iRh< r, executive llrector, .1- > lah
Pamll} and Children"! Service Topi
Ptrai Aid i"i Man alg-e."

TEMPLE MENORAH. 20 75th tt.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owili. Cantor Edward Klein.
OHEV SHALOM.
Orthodox Rabb
SEPHAROIC
Collms ave.
? 'TEMPLE NER TAMIU. 80th st arid
911 Normandy dr. I yatum Waterway. Modern Trad I
Phineas Weberman. tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can.
------ tor Samuel Gomberg
JEWISH CENTER. 645
Cantor S. Nachmias. (TEMPLE S'NAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
_ 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform.
Prlda> 15 n m
Vn Old New Synagogue
Italian Jewish community
kte ia^o. To this day. the corn-
maintains its own "Min-
to transfer to Jerusalem
|gue built in the year 1701.
Blsalem, expert craftsmen
Bezalel Museum worked
pling it just a- it wai in
bread is made; the expression
which thus precedes the benedic-
tion announce! this spirit of sane-
titv. and all are asked to refrain
from other interruptions of speech
or thought at that time.
by Blit Ivnt Olamit) I Why do some insist that the empty
dishes be removed from the
table before the Grace after
meals is recited?
This practcie is quoted in the
name of Solomon I.uria. The gen-
eral idea that is advanced for the
reason behind this custom is the
contention that a 'blessing does
not descend upon empty vessels."
Some claim that man should al-
ways approach the Almighty with
a sense of fullness, and never with
a sense of emptiness

Why do seme readers sway
back and forth when they read
the Torah in the synagogue?
The famous Abudraham is quoted
..s saying that this is done to stim-
ulate the turbulent circumstances
in which the Torah was given ta us
at Sinai in the midst of storm and
smoke and thunder. It is also
claimed that the swaying is done
SO as to show that we concentrate
on the reading with our whole body
and soul to the extent that it
moves" us.
SOUTHWEST CENTER. S438 SW 8th
st. Conservative, Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
TEMPLE AOATH YESHIRUN. 1025
NE 183rd at., Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Max- Zucker. Cantor Abra-
ham Reismajflu -
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr, So. Miami- Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Canto- Charles
Kodner.
Krhl.iN 8:30 p.m Barvlea to a*e read
bj I r Warren l.indaa.
-
TIFERETH ISRAEL,
ave. Conservative
Zwitman. Cantor
6500 n. Miami
Rabbi Natnats
Albert Glantt.
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB 51
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabat
Lao Heim.

TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave.
Conservative. Seymour Hinkes. can-
tor.
TEMPLE ZION. 5720
Conservative. Rabbi
man.
SW 17th St.
Alfred Wax-
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ava. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
~ .YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixia
TEMPLE BETH SHlRAH. Suniland nwy Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon- | stemmeti. Cantor Maurice Neu.
atructionlst. Bit.i.l Morris Skop I .. ,-,
Cantor Herman CottU.b. *"& ^fe^^*, %~
Bai Mltzs.ili It.....I. son of Mr and
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly- Mr. Ralph Gordon
wood. 1725 Monroe at. Conservative I ^ _
Rabbi Samuel Mendelowiti.
a
TEMPLE BETH SKO'.OM. 4144 Chas
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish
Cantor David Conviaer.
a
TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM. 188O0 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabb. Henr>
B. Wernick.
I-. idaj 8:18 p m l "net tthabbal l
xponxored b) Steterhood Saturda)
| ,, Ml
a
TEMPLE EMANU EL. 1701 Washing
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adlar
a -
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th at
YOUNO ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 st.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.

CANDUUGHTMG TIM
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Friday. July \~ ,9
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Browsing With 3ooh: By HILARY MINDLIN
Three Guides of Interest to the So. Florida Travelei
EVERYONE'S GUIDE TO ISRAEL. By Joan Comay.
448 pp. New York: Doubleday. $4.95.
JOAN COMAY, wife of Israels permanent representative
to the United Nations Michael Comay. has written a
guide to Israel notable on many counts. Beginning with
a forty-odd page review of four thousand years of Jewish
history outstanding for its terse, unsentimental style. Mrs.
Comay proceeds to write with informed and pungent soph-
istication of the country as a whole, then city by city and
region by region The last hundred pages cover even-
possible question, it appears, that a prospective visitor
might have, ending with several pages of Hebrew phrases
in English transliteration. Filled with historical and
archaeological information, the -Guide" is infused with
the spirit ol an author who oot only loves, but knows.
the country.
*
THE EAST COAST OF FLORIDA: A History, 1500-19*1.
Dr. Ellwood C. Httx; editor-author. Three volumes.
Delray Beach: The Southern Publishing Co.
This massive work, which I have been dipping int.)
for several months now and thereby, as the little girl
said about the book on penguins, -learning somewnat
more than 1 care to know" about the Florida East toast,
warrants a special note for its inclusion of a chapter on
The Jewish Community of Florida," authored by Miami
historian Harry Simonhoff. Mr. Simonhoff also contribut-
ed some Of the sketches of Jewish community leader.-.
Between You and Me:
BORIS SMOLAR
Vatican Eyes Priests' Role in Argentine Bias
IT WILL BE, 1 believe.
of interest to
American Jews to learn that the Vati-
can is keeping an eye on the role which
some Catholic priests in Argentina are
now playing in stirring up anti-Jewish
trouble there. It will be even of greater
interest to U-ain of the stern action be-
ing taken by the Vatican againsl such
priests. Argentina is a Catholic country
where the church exercises great influence upon the
people and the authorities. And the Vatican was in-
formed that some of the leaders of the anti-Semitic move-
ment Ihere are priests.
In fact, the Vatican established that some priests are
conducting meetings agitating young students who rush
out in the streets shouting "Kill the Jews" and similar
anti-Jewish slogans, These facts have made a painful
impression upon Pope John .Will, who is known for his
friendship to Jews. All the more painful was the im-
pression when an anti-Semitic book written by one of

Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
An Alarming Decision
Washington
THE battle FOR Constitutional
' principle on the school pray-
er issue was won although the
war for interfaith harmony may
be lost if the gains of the Supreme
Court decision, are not responsibly
consolidated. That is the view of
many veteran community relations
authorities concerned with public opinion as well
as legal technicalities.
In the wake of the Supreme Court decision, mill-
ions of well meaning non-Jews are alarmed. Most
of those vexed and confused by the decision are
neither religious extremists nor anti-Semitic fana-
tics. They are average Americans who do not grasp
the subtlety of the complicated Constitutional re-
quirement that caused the Supreme Court to ban
a seemingly inoffensive school prayer.
Wide publicity was given the initiation of the
school prayer case by "Jews. Unitarians, and non-
believers." This complicated public acceptance by
Christians ol repudiation of a prayer that did not
even mention Christ.
The plaintiffs had every moral and legal right
But public acceptance might have come more read-
ily if Christian rather than Jewish organizations
had led the battle to assert the First Amendment.
The responsibility for current tensions would fall
not on those who did their duty but on elements
which defaulted responsibilities as Americans.
The dei ision opened a Pandora's box of emo-
tions. These ranged from shrieks thai an "alien,
antichrist minority" used "trickj lawyers" to mild
statements 'hat the innocuous prayer only made chil-
dren mirtdfi! of a Supreme Being.
Member: of Congress reflected constituents'
views The Senate judiciary committee scheduled
hearings on proposed constitutional amendments to
overrule the decision and allow school prayers. The
committee chairman, Sen. James 0 Eastland, of
Mississippi, announced the hearings would be before
the full committee instead ol regular Subcommittee
for Constitutional Amendments. The television out-
cry will penetrate every corner ol America as Sen-
ators seek t< convince home folks OJ how much they
love the old lime religion.
in some instances, rabbis and Jewish leaders took
issue with (he Supreme Court. Rabbi Jacob Hand-
ler, of Manchester, Nil., for instance, did not think
the prayer violated the Constitution. The rabbi said
it "encouraged young people to think in the way
of Godliness
The real challange now is to convince the nation
that the di cision is actually a boon to religion
President Kennedy's statement responsibly indicated
tins. Clarification of the nature ol our constitution
and education into the separation of church
.state are m eded.
the priests in Argentina readied the Vatican Losing no
time the \'atuan suspended one ol the priestlj leaders il
the anti-Semitic movement in Argentina for two months
as a warning.
lie could not celebrate the Mass Other actions taken
indicate that the Vatican is determined to do everyth
at least to separate the priest leaders from the anti Jew
ish movements in Argentina. Similar action is noticed
also with regard to leaders of the Catholic church in othei
countries. Meanwhile, leaders of the Catholic church in
some European countries are taking note of Jewish com-
plaints against derogatory remarks against Jews in text-
hooks And thej are looking for the first time at the
textbooks with an intention of revising them. In Paris.
Father David has written a pioneering hook showing that
the catechisms of the Church of France have been spread-
ing anti-Semitism among the millions ol French children
attending Catholic schools.
In Holland, a group of Catholic priests is now advo-
cating revisions in the textbooks of teachings offensive
to Jews. The same thing is happening in Switzerland
and in Germany. There is a question of degree, but it
seems that there is no Christian religious leader now in
the major centers of Europe who does not admit that
the time has come to eliminate from church textbooks
remarks and statements which help to implant anti-Jew-
ish feelings.
*
Washington Reflections: Israel has "graduated" from
United States technical aid which she has been receiving
since 1951. And she graduated with honors Washington
says thai Israel's utilization of American technical aid
was ,i classic example of the right use of this type of
international cooperation." The termination of 1' S tech-
nical aid to Israel on June 30 took place by cordial agree-
ment between the two governments. Over the years,
about $15,000,000 were spent by the IS to finance tech-
nical cooperation with Israel Although the sum spent on
the technical assistance has not been very large, the pro-
grama were of great value to the economic progress of
Israel. Some 650 Israelis have come to the IS under
the technical cooperation arrangements to study modern
American methods and techniques required in their re-
spective fields.
At the same lime 380 American experts had come to
Israel to advise the Israelis on expansion of industry,
agriculture, irrigalion projects, electric power, road and
bridge building, development of ports, mineral resources
and water supplies. A documentary film showing the
effects of the IS. technical aid to Israel since ils incep
tion in 1951 is now being made. It is a technicolor short.
costing about S17.000. which will be shown on U.S. tele-
vision and will be made available to interested bodies
everywhere. The termination of I'S technical aid to
Israel will not affect other forms of aid which the IS.
is giving to the Jewish state urant aid. development
loans, sale of agriculture surpluses, etc.
Our film folk:
By HERBERT G. LUFT
whiih appear :m Volume III Those who know the $m.
onhoff style and the historical erudition which ba k-
tin will be pleaded that his article presents the Jewish
contribution to the area.
Mr Simonhoff's article hits the high spots of Jewish
community development with accuracy. Into a lew panes,
he telescopes growth on several fronts economic, relig-
ious, and organizational, and still manages to sandwich
in pertinent names to Jewish community leadership both
past and present. A former member of the South Carolina
Legislature. Mr. Simonhoff. himself a leader here has a
view of history which even when confined to a small,
young locale, conveys something of the sweep and excite-
ment common to history everywhere.
NEW YORK PLACES AND PLEASURES: An Untommon
Guidebook. By Kate Simon. 381 pp. Cleveland: The
World Publishing Co. $1.95. Paperback.
1 don't know anyone who uets to New York and
of anything lo do there, hut if you're not Ne York
born and bred, il can be helpful lo have this bn. .
usual guidebook ol places to go, eat, look, buy and ;
.et into a little trouble The section on dining will .j\e
v u from ending up in a greasy apron, tin- list ol n
au.l such i- surprising, and undoubtedly some of the ;aj
and wayward places are unknown even to natives The
book 1- fascinating reading, and this revised edil
eludes maps of Manhattan subways and Greenwich \
and the appendix "t oddities and services proves
againil anyone ever doubtedthai New York
ai! people and usually i-
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
All About Vacations
IWACATION IS LIKE the weather
I Everybody talk> alwut it but
oliody does anything on vacation
When Moses first appeared be-
ire Pharaoh, he told him he would
ike to take the Israelites on a lit-
le vacation to catch up with their
rayinu l'haraoh said: "Where
i ore do you. Moses and Aar
cause tile people to break loose from their work (let
you unto your burdens "
According to the story in Exodus, many Jew<
loo did not al first take to the idea of Moses One
.leu who was iniel Mewed on television at the time,
said:
i can't sa) I am m agreement with the idea
of Moses i can't see myself Inking on the desert
sand or camping in the wilderness "It's hail
enough here, to be sure. It's no picnic, makir..:
bucks. Hut alter the day's work is over, my Sa lie
cooks me a nice flesh DO) and. believe you me 1
like thai better than any manna in the wilderness
I am not one tor vegetables of course, there is the
scenery \|; Sinai and the Red Sea Hut let's lace
it. a mountain is just a lot of stones and afler you've
seen a few st,,ncs, you've about had it. You can
count me out "
But Moses knew it would (lo them good to take
a good long vacation o) just about Ihe right length
a vacation should beforty years. And the Israel
ites saw th re were other things in life besides flesh
pots and making bricks They toughened up. thc>
lost their slave docility, they entered as conquerors
in the Promised Land
And Moses instituted later the first weekly vaca-
tionthe Sabbath day. and also the yearly Sabbati
cala whole year ol rest every seven years.

Reminiscences About Hecht's Taras Buiba
llollvw ood
DRODUCER HAROLD Hecht,
whose prison drama "Birdman
of Alcatraz" had won two awards ?.
nominations from the llollvw
Foreign Press Association for si
Hurt Lancaster and featured plaj
er Telly Savalas, has completi
editing of his next one. "Taras Bui-
ba," the $7 million picture with Tony Curtis and yu|
Brynner photographed on location in Argentina ai
m Columbia's Hollywood studio u/e talked with
the suave enenche producer just as he was aboht
to embark or, a brand neu venture, a three mil:,Ml
dollar picture entitled. -Flight Iron, Ashiya" to be
shot primarily on location in Japan for lulled r
tlsts release.
Elliot Arnold's book of the same title and the
-,''" <;> by Waldo sal, (One of the HollywoS
'''"' dramatizes the United states Air Force Res
cue'Command based at Ashiya Japan near the cap.
talol rokyo Once more Yul Brynner
ter. this time under the
of Michael A,,:, _. w
with Richard Widmark os,-ar Winner and
George Chakiris co-starring Hecht and Anderson
will probe into the background Ol the Rescue Com
mil take the audience to actual Scenes Of the
"illy in Japan, bill also in a whirlwind
'' lh Philippines and North Africa, wherever
I S teams are op, rating.
Hecht ~ latest three picture- are certain to rival,
surpass, his seeos..cs of -The Devil's Dil
"Separate Tables" and Trapete:" but it
oe hard for him to lop his own, low budget
' Marty e of the few deeply moving, human
Stories .. come from Hollywood in recent years
"Marty is centered around the neighborhood ol
York where Harold was born on June 1. 1907.
t"' son ol Joseph and Rose Hecht. After attending
UWIC School 19. Harold decided at Hi that theater
bad to become ls life's work He studied for
\e years a- the American Laboratory Theater with
Richard Boleslawsky and the late Maria Ouspen-
s*aya as his teachers Later Hecht danced at the
ith Martha Graham and Mordkin it was
1 ancer Ut Hecht came to Hollywood to be-
to hit former tutor, Boleslaw-


irjay, July 13. 1962
Mh /#> FkrHirir
Fage 15-A
LEGAL NOTICE
\ BY PUBLICATION
L the C RCL-IT COURT OF THE. L.
I,\T ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
Lf.pRDA IN AND FOR DADE
rnuNTY, IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 7231
L. I.IAM.
CII.LIAM.
IT FOR DIVORCE
III.1.1 AM
\i- u mhlngton
:..iLi. 'hlO
I, ,,., h.r. hj notified thai a Hill
I |ni ("i Divorce ha* hei n
I >..ii. and you an- re-
P ..,. a copi nl v..ii- 'n .r
f ... ., i.. in- Kin "f Complaint
itifl Attorney, Kon.1.....
\ K 163rd Stret t, North
, i, I |a mi.I flit Hi-- If
nrt. i ..i I'll adlng In il.....fflce
f.,. k nf the "Ircull i 'ourl i n
[ .tli da) of August
in i...... Judgment b) di -
laki n igalnal you f.-r th.-
I ,..i in the Bill of Com-
... -inili I..- published onci
tour nn eutlvt weeks
THE IKW ISH Kl.i'ltll'IAN
,\K \N|l 'III IRRED al Miami. I
.. jrd da) "i Julj a I' |
. |i m: VTHERM \n. rial >>.
i iad< "ountj Floi da
|l> K M I.YMAN,
it} Clerk
m "i i-1:v^
\ K li i.l Si i '
Hi in h, to rlda
: 6-U-20-2;
IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE
LevENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
C.ORDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No 62C 6328
itXSTKIN and
- |ti IINSTKIN.
;
a
R
M
M
DAYENU
BY HENRY LEONARD
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER F.CTITIOUS
-- MA ME LAW
notice is hereby oiven ihai
il). tnderslgned, desiring to ens
In I..... niler I hi fictitious nanii
I MODERN PRC1T SHIPPERS tt
i::tv. Washington Avenue. Ml
lieach, Florida Intend to register aald
iiam.. with the t'lerk of ihi Clri ill
Court of Hade County, Florida.
MICHAEL .1 RI'BIN
Kola i Iwnar
BR( IAD & i'ASSKI.
Attorni >. f..v Applicant
120 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
t. 82, 29 7 ".. i".
LEGAL NOTICE
M VRD E I'lN'.'AN and *
. i K in.l MAROIA
i ; i : iRi IK L.
\\ ', ..:, i l: EL UNI-'.
\ \ \
i BY PUBLICATION
K KNNA and
.' KI SNA
t
\. w .l.i ley
. IKIED thai
. Mori
ii : |ii ., i>, to-
-. : (if Seel '
Rai -
...
\ ou, and you
. h !. "I > i>UI
ng lo the ilni
. I'AIIHN *
|> Hl.caj m Ituilil
, ami fill the
Pleading In tin
rh ..i the 'i .it
Ihi h ....
II ...ii i,nl in do BO,
efaull i '..i-' "
:.. reliel di manded
mi
Ird .i..\ ..f July, 1962
\ IIIKK.VI \N. Clerk,
I '...I. i'......i >. H..i i.la
K M I.YMAN.
1.....Itj 'l.rk
7 -11-10-27
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. M33S.A
KI I.-:.... u(
S 1 sill-.U.M \.N SACHS
.-. ,i
NOTICE TO CRED TORS
in Tt and All Persona llav-
i.- mauds Agjainsl >..Id
I. tiereli) notified and raquar-
an) I'lalnw and .1. nian.15
... Iibvi against th- ea-
) -In Milan Sai ha I....I. County, i-'i'iiHta.
tut] i idgi i nl I ia.de i"i.un-
. ii. .in. in tax n ufffctea
'.iirth..ui>.. hi Dade
within -i\ i.il.-iiilai
thi .la i. .f ihe nr.-t
I i > Ii. -..in. will

IIREN I 'A SACHS
w U.l'klt s PALK
A II WIENER
-,i-t ratm -
[ \ I \\ IENER, Mi..in. y
in ':
NOTICE UNDER
. i lOL'S NAME LAW
- II hIREHY il\ i:\ thai
.....i ii.k lo i ngage in
ihi ricllTioUh name ol
Nit .ii Scl.....I ai
I '. Stri et, ivni,,. Mor-
register i gtd nama
i ..t the ii 'in ."ii' ..I
Kloi Ida
\ PSCKANl'
>!< ..\\ ||. |
i.i i ,\ i:.iMi..ii
[ Vpplli anl
7/6-13
NOTICE UNDER
[ICTITIOUS NAME LAW
J'K l.s HEREBY .;i\ EN thai
f ii il .i. Hiring ngage In
lh. ii. iniou name ul
' : N W irinl St..
Klorlda Intends to register
"III, ti. I'l. Ik of tin in
"I I hull 'mint \ I- lorlda.
IARRY I. RICHARDSON
f Ml'inSkl
VpplWant
7 6-1S-20-27
[ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
V is HERRRY niVEN that
>i Higm ii, desiring to ai
- under tin fictitious name
i> s SRRVTCB siatihN at
ii Street, North Miami
'i Ida intend to reglsti
i Hi. Clerk .if tin- Circuit
Ii'.nl. I'ounly. Klorlda,
H VRRY l rOHEN
'I TERRY
! I IVVI1. ||
ii street
' -. Hliuiila
:': 7 13
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY IIIVEN tli.it
ned desiring to enga
tiustni Hi. undei hi fli'tll name nf
|-i:|..n DIHt'OCNT CENTERS ill
u nshlngtnn V v e n u e Miami
It. hi h I.....la int. int- eglstei ~..i.
ii.,mi. with 'Ii. 'lei k ill I In I
llf I ..l.i.
u VSHINi;Ti IN' Dill li COMPANY
KO> NER A MANNHE1MBR
nevs for Wai lrug C
IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE
1ITH JUDICIAL DISTRICT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY NO. 62C-6383
: VPHNKK ii ill! rEEN.
.1 l\ nl..iv .
Plali
WILLIAM I s'l'i INK
I'AI'I.IN i: s'l'i INE 1 i- w
and ERNEST Y<| Nil
\ I.II "E Yi '1 'Nil, In- il..
1 lefendanu
AMENDED ORDER OF
PUBLICATION
Ti' w Hi., in i St..in and
Paulina Stone, hli If.-.
, ,. Van 'out Hand HoU I.
142 \\ -t I'.-tli sti.. I,
n. York, n. York.
u are hereby notified Inal an
nl, ,1 lull ..f i i.tn|.laillt f'n the
li -in. ,.i ., mortgage has bet n
igalnal you In the above styled
court ooverlng the following describ-
ed properts. to-a ii
l..t 12, Block I "f ORANE
ill:;.; Mr- I>ade County, Flori-
da according t>. thi- Plat thereof,
recorded In Plat It.mk 14. I'.ik.
62 ..f the Pulillc Ht'cords ol BaM
Count) and Slati
You are Ren tay required to aarve
x .nii\ ill youi anawer "" W. K.nt
Jameson, I7M N.W. :ith Street,
Miami. Klnrlila. anil file th- original
answei In Iks offlee "f ihe Clerk of
iin- circuit c.urt ..n ..i before the
:'"th ila> i.t July. I!"i^. If >'u fall
t., .ii. s.. a dearee. pi......steaao will
l,t ,-nt ri-.l BBjasasI >"u fiT Ihe reliel
i.i|ii.-I..i in ;m- amended coaBpatlnl
Dated this lMh da) '' .lun,-. l62.
K. 3 LEATHERM \N
Clerk nf i 'Itiiill i 'owl
l!> K II I. AN WAY
rteput) Clerk
: II, 21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY ttlVRN lhal
thi nilerslgned.de* Irlng lo i ngagi In
.- ui ,!. ihi fli'tll lout" name <
. ,s |l UAH al 9427 N W :'7ili Ave-
nue, Miami intends t >
...,,, Ui. i'I.-i k of Ihi 'ii in
rt ..t' I .!.! County, Kl Ml ISAM '' iRP
|l\ : M. L. Ci Vice Preslilenl
HARRY ZCKERNICK
\:t..i nej i.....iv in t
.in i:. .i.l. Miami Bi ai li
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
NO. 62C70O5
MIKE ELLIS,
Plaintiff
vs-
IKAN.NK ELLIS,
Deft inl.tn:
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Jeanne Kills
10 l.....list Btrei
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
You, JEANNE ELLIS, art hereby
notified that a Bill ..f Complaint for
Divorce hag been filed against you,
and you are required ti. nerve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading lo the
Hill of Complain I on the Plaintiff's
attorney, 8TOLAR \- MCCHNICK,
:'L'"-7ist street, Miami Beach II,
Florida, and file the original Answei
or Pleading in the office of the Clerk
nf the Circuit Courl on or before the
i"tii .i.iv of July, IH62. If you f.ul
: iin no, Judgment bj default will i-
taken against you for the relief de-
manded ui the Hill nf Complaint
This until, shall he published once
leach week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDEREH al Miami
Florida, this 27th day of .lun. A I
1962.
i: R LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
circuit Court, Dade County, Klorlda
(seal) Bj K M I.YMAN,
Deput) I'll rk

IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 55253-A
RE Estate ..f
M \ RY K .11 ill.N'Si IN,
II
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
vJenisti fforfdHann
solicits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial I II 3-4605
for messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
NO. .63 B
IN RE ESTATE I >F
Si.MoN STRl'NIN
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ti All Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
ng Claims or Demands fcfatnst 0ald
Estate:
You, and each of you are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
..-:.,:. ,.i SIMON s't'iil NIN" deceased
late nl Dade County, Florida, to th
Honorable County Judges of Dade
County, and file thi same In their of-
in the Count) Courthouse in
Undi County, Klorlda, within mx
calentlai months frtim the .late of the
firsl iniblication hereof Bald claims
or di n ti'U In ..nl.tin thf legal ail-
, .ir.-s nf th.- claimant and In i". swore
IN
ml ented is aforesaid '-r
same \\ ill I" ha ri
Ihtti .1 Jtim -""li A H 1962
l-it-t publication .ai Jul) ''.tli 1961,
.li iHN STRCNIN
ESTHER !''II W
A- Exei Itors ol Ihi Last Will ami
i lam. nl si M< >N STRCNIN.
I .. .
I M PINK EL Vtlot
HO K Kl.igh BI rei l
M H Kim A
t"i Kxei itora
7 6-1
Y.
fort
ril.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
Fit? AA-20733
notice is hereby oiven
11 ult) .\- Inv. stiii. in Col;.
holder of Count) rx Sale Certificate
\\, |fiiii ihe -' .la 1 "I lum
mi. t. inv offli ..
ide application fnt a tax
,i ..-..ii Said
- the following
|H opel :\ in Ihe '..inn
ttate ol Klorlda, to-wlt:
I r i
!i .1 II
-, rlbed
Dade.
I^,t :n Bio. i, I I-
It .,1. ah : till \'l.ln Plal
Pagi 16 m Ihe Count)
stat, of l ;! Ida.
The nl aald
i -
tie-
pro|
I'
tt. II
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 49395 B
IN RE Esl ite ol
W.EXANDRR LBVIN
I.....IMMl
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
Ni i I'll "E Is hereh) given I ha I 1 havt
nil .i i i Inal Repoi l and Petition for
' | i|-|, I, It Ion i'l.I I 'In a I I "-i llal r. IS
Vdiuinistraltix i'.TA of Ihi i I il
..f ALEXANDER LEVIN, is. -.1
.in.I tliat .." Ihe
19SS, "ill appl)
Count) i mi '
Ida, f"i approval
port and for
.'Is. ha' .
Joth da) "t
lo the Hon.
m.i. County.
,.f aald Kins
ii-ti ii.nrii. ii and
A.liiiiinsirati i\.
JllH.
Klor-
FK
final
T s
above net med
I.iv "I .linn
I)
I tin stale ..f tin
.1.. .1. nt This 20th
I "'.:'
.' \i:i.a PINS LEVIN
KOVNMR .v MANNHEIMER
Atlni n-v
120 I.in. ..In Road
Miami !:. ach. Plot Ida
I :::. 7 6rlJ
NOTICE UNDER F.CTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERKBV CIVKN thai
th. undersigned, desiring to engage
In bUeinegS nnilei Ike ffctlllOUS name
of swrs REKRIOERATtON al N
Collins Avenue, Miami Beach Florida
mi, n,i t,. i, glsti r -aiii name with
iin- l. rk nf the fin mi '"..urt ..f
Dad< Count) Plot Ida
PALO'. INC.
WALTER B I.EBOWITZ, Esquire
AM.il in i fot I'alrn. I in'
;..i, in-t Streel Miami Beach, ITIi.ihIu
... 13
in.Ui the said certificate was
lat i of 17 Kmai.....I.
I'nleas aald certificate shall be
deemed according lo la. the pi
ert) deecrlbed herein will l sold l
the hgfhesl bidder al the Court House
ili-it .ti the first m.....lav in ihe month
i.f August. l*6z, which Is thi- 6th da)
nf viiitusi. 1H*'.'
Dated tin- 'ril iliiv of July, IMS
B. H LEATHERMAN, Clerk ..f
Clroult Court, Dade County, Florida
(seali By II M LEE PER
i leputy di rk
7/6.1-0-I7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
th,. undersigned, desiring t" ensage
in huslne^a under the fictitious name
of PLANTATION RESTAl'RANT al
1306 Brlckell Avenue, Miami. Klorlda
intends, lo reglstei said name wltk
tti^ Clerk of ili^ Circuit Courl "f l>a.le
. 'i.iinl\ I'M. riila.
HOLIDAY INN OK MIAMI
RES I AI'FIANT i 'OKI'
H% JEROME II WRINKLE,
l 'i, -i.li ui
WRINKLE & K I SSI.Kit
Att a ni for l lollda) Inn of
\1 |an i llesta ui .i in '"i I'
i .1 old Building, Miami. Kla
; _: 7 '.. 13, :<>
NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Nu'l'l' I-: is HHREBY OIVEN lhal
Hi,, undi i. dealt Ing In ngagi
in i.ii-ni.-- mi.I.- Ihe In tltiiius n.mi..
nl HESTAI'RANT I'CBRTO SM'.l'A
.....' ilr Vvenue, Miami It. ai li
Klorlda, Intend lo register -.ml name
uith Ihe Clerk "f the Circuit C.....t
ol I'.uli County, Florida.
R1CARI i I'ARI'U
Snl.' i 'win t
K i:ssi .1:1: i IARS
Atiii in ys :..i Vpplli nil
It i| s w l-I Sti .. t
Miami Floi I
t tt, '-" 7/6, IS
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
th. undersigned, desiring t" rngagi
in b i-in.-ss undei the Hi lltloue nami
..1 SHANNON PARK SERVICE STA-
TION at B315 N W .".'M.I Avenue, Mi-
ami. Florida Intend lo register said
name with the Clerk '! tin Circuit
Courl Ifctdv County, Florida.
PAUL mii.i.i:i:
EDW \KI' II TERRY
Attorney for iwner
-, \ 17 : "a it Stl i I
Miami Short s, Morida
k 28, :'^ 7 II
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I tors and All I I lav -
i 'I i nil- ..t I i. m.tml- \u.i .-
Estate:
i .. i.. herein not Ifled and
. ,. .itin.it in preseni any claim*
mnnds hli i ma) .- insl
tati of MARY K JOHNSXIN,
li aseil late of I lade 'mint) .1
.. ihi Count) I tdges ol I atle Coun-
I). ami file llu i'ii, ti duplii iti
a- provided hi Section 733 '.'. Plorida
st.itm.-. in their offices in the Coun-
\ i '..in tin .il-. in I ia.I. i '.iiilitx I- Iin -
Ida within -iv calendar months from
Ihe lime of the firsl publlcal n hi i
.if. or the -in. will I., barred
I iateil al M ami, l-'l.....la, this 27th
of June, \ 11 1962.
OEOROIA MAE MADGE
A- ECxeculi i\
i-'ii-t publication of tins notlci
the 29th .lav of June, 1962.
CLACDEM BARNES
Atforne) for K\.< uui\
302 'alum, t BldgT.
i. L'f>. 7 1 13-20
nk :
Dad
NOTICE LNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni riCK IS HERI BY OIVEN that
Ihe Ing to encagi In
Inihini -- indi li. fictil lous name of
MIDWAY BAR al 2322 N K 2nd Ave-
M ,i Klorid nd to n glsti r
..,,,1 erk of tli- ''ii'-
. ||i Court Dadi Count) Kli
M.I- REI \NI IRRSI >N
I H .MI'.NIi' I'l' 'I'ii '
IIKNKY A K Wl
Attni ne) for Mi.in ay l tar
; 22 i va aahlng ton \vi
Miami Beai li. Florida
7 6-13-20-27
ITt)
th.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
CASE NO 62C 6270
CLARA C I'.AIti I \.
Plaintiff,
vs.
Till ST AN A GARCIA,
|i, f.-n.lalit
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
li i TRISTAN A OAR" l \
64 W.st '.' Street
N. w York City, NY.
YOC, TRI8TAN A UARCIA, 61 West
;'. Street, New York City, N Y an
i ..i|,ili-.-,l to file your answer to Ihe
......pnvinl fur divorce, with Ihe Clerk
f if..- at.nve Court, ano nerve i copy
thereof upon OIno P Negretll
in \. .ia-' l Cnngri s Phis Ill N.K
2nd \ venue, Miami, riorbla, n
hefi re the 27th .lav ol Jul).
implainl w 1! be taken as
t. -. ,i
liated tin- 22nd dn) ol June, 1962
I-: R LEAT IEIIMAN
".. k < Ihe ''
it) ; vi kxandi:::
I '. put) 'li .
6 29,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 56291
In RE: Estati ol
,11'l.trs M DRl'CKBR
I ii-. a-. .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persong)
Having Clauns or Iiemanda Asslnat
Said Estati
You .in hereby notified anil required
to |iii si nt any ruwiiis and ill inanitM
which you mav have against th
.-Int. of ,11'l.ll'S M DRPOKEK. de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County .lude.-s of I .ul. County,
and ill- the same "> their offices in
th.- Count) Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, FTiTiila. within six calendar
month* from th.- .lat.- of xhr first pub-
lication hereof, or the same will b
hat i i-i
Ki >si: DRl'i K i-'.k Executrix
A Ni IRMAN DR1 CKER
Attoi nes for Executrix
101 I.in.-i.In lloa.l
Miami n. ach l
^ :':*. .' 7/6, 13
.....
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage
in liusiin ss undei th. Mel It
..f IMPFIRIAI. SALES CO.. al 3 XI
I rth Street, Miami. Floi Ida Inti nd lo
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO 56181-C
in ki-: Estati ol
K.1.S1K I-: PTAL,
Deceasi .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AH "redltoi mil All Pi I song
Having Claims ..i I>emands Against
' ,ld Kstate
^..II ,ii. hereb) notified and required
... !.....mi an) i i..i-iis and di
win, l
. hi
. glstet aald name with thi lerk nf
Ihe i'ii cull '..ui t ..f H.i.l. i ',.iini >.
Florida.
MIKI-: MITNIK
El LIOTT SPRINO
Sole 'w in -

Ni 'TI
NOTICE
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN lhal
th.. undei slgni .i nun te engage
in business iin.li i ti" fictitious nama
nf HEN I.YN PRESS, |0; Kan. Con-
m i r. .,. !i Fin Id i -ii- i Is
nami with th.
,.( |hi Circuit Courl of Dade County,
HARRY BENNETT
-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
Ihi undei slgni d, desiring lo ngage
in business undei the fictitious name
..f PAN AMFIRICAN CLOTHINtl
139 N Mluiii \\. mi. M i.imi. Florida,
intend lo i said name with the
Q|rrk nt 'in 'ii.'iiit '.mi t ol I 'mle
i niint > I'L :
RERN VRP I'l -s 11 M \N
ilNir \l \ -i Ki:i tWICC
Owners
HENRY NORT >N
\tt.- n^\ fi i ApplF ants

1 '. I :
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
'I-: IS HERRRY OVEN lhal
the nnili-i siiiii. .1. desiring lo ene
in l.nsini-- under fictitious the name I
..I WYNDWOOD Ki'nN ii WASH at
:'an N W 2nd Avenue intends lo reg-
,i.i name iih the Clerk of the
Circuit Court nf Dade County, Flor-
ida.
ABE YI-'PM \Ni .K
BK \TRICE YERM VNOK
(RONOVITZ, SILVER .v- s.'lll'.lt
Attorney for Applicants
'."7 \in--:. > rtulldlug
Miami 32, Florida
; 82 M 7/, in
NOTICE UNDFR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is iii:i:i r.Y OIVEN lhal
Ihe undersigned, desiring In
. business inder iin- fici ip-h- name
..i I FH1 Mi 'i' at 104 Ain-li < Bull i i -
Miami. Florida Intend In reglstei Id
von ma) have agalnsl the
. i i si I-: I-: it ai. deceased
l '.ni. County, Plorida, to the
.1 irlara a ol I ladi Count). and
.,, me in Ihi iv i-agi s in t li
Courthouse In Dade County,
within v call ndar months
Ihe .lat.- of tli- first publication
hi ,, ,.f ,,, ihe -inn' ill be bai red.
II \ RRY M Rl 'S'7N. Km ill.'i
i IRR .'. I. \/.Ai:
v -,. Executor
107 Lincoln Road
Miami Bi si h, i
f, 22, 29 7', II
late of
i 'itiinl\
file the
i 'i.iini y
, to
imi
with the Clerk of 'the
>f Dade County, Plot Ida
RORERT !. 1-I7HM VN
MIl.Ti >N KRRMAN
JOAN A .ill \ni:
HFIRBF'.RT H'HWEITZER
i:\-i--1 yn CLARK
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO 49327
IN RE
Ol'ARI iIANSHIF 'I'
AlH'l.17 NANCY L1EBBRMAN,
\ Minor _
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR TRANSFER OF
KINI'S VND I'lNM. DISCHAROa
Notlci i- h. i. liv given that 1 have
filed m\ petition for Tranafei of FMad*
..mi y in,i i"-, hargi as Guardian of
the minor chil.i \d. li> Nancy Lleber
in.,ii and ihat mi the 10th da) "f
luly. 1982, will apply lo the Hon-
. i 'ountj .IihIki s .ii l lade < !oub
ly, i-'ii.ri.i.i. for approval ol said
Ri iiorl and Tt ansfer of Kunda,
i- i ;.i.i. ilian ..1 Ihi minor child, Adele
N l.i.l.. iinall
|i.n...i ihi- : th day ol June,
MILTON \ FRIEDMAN,
Petitioner
l: il \ni-l. ) linililing
Mia ml ''- Klorula
MILTON A. F lilKl'M \N
Aiii.t in fi'i i ;n.iidlanshlp
1111 A Ming
Miami -. Florida
7.6-11
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Fcge 16-A
JfnistfkrMfor
Friday, July 13, |gJ
Federation Moves to Establish Special Foundation
In a scries of rapid-fire develop-
ments, the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation moved boldly and
imaginatively this week to form a
community foundation for secur-
ing of legacies and bequests to
assure long-range strengthening
ind development here.
The move breaks unplowed phil-
anthropic ground insofar as Great-
er Miami is concerned, although
Federation is drawing on the ex-
perience of numerous other Amer-
ican Jewish communities.
The fast-movirvj t e r i e I of
vents began last week with the
appointment of a long range de-
velopment committee, headed by
Stanley C. Myers, which unani-
mously recommended to the Fed-
eration executive committee the
"immediate initiation" of a com-
munity foundation.
Meeting in an historic session
only a few days later, the execu-
tive committee discussed the pro-
posal from every angle and
voted unanimously for establish-
, inent of the foundation.
Joining president Sidney l.efcourt
; in the action were Sidney Ansin.
Jerome Blank. Sam Blank. David
ICatsman, Irving Cypen, Leo Eisen-
i stein. Samuel Friedland. Sam Hei
| man. Ernest Janis. Leon Kaplan.
ICal Kovens, Ben Meyers. A. J.
j Molasky, Mrs. Stanley C. Myers.
:Max Orovitz. Jacob Sher, Harold
lThurman. and Carl Weinkle.
The executive committee also
named Circuit Judge Irving Cypen
as head of a subcommittee
charged with the responsibility of
drawing up an organizational plan
for the foundation
The action of Federation resulted
from a long and painstaking study
of th.' effect of community founda-
tions in other parts of the country,
and of the prospects for such a
foundation in Greater Miami.
"Fourteen of the 15 largest
Jewish communities in the Uni-
ted States have already well-
deve'oped proqrams," Myers
said, "either through the aegis
cf separate community founda-
tions or separate legacies and
bequests pr'.Tims of their Fed-
erations and central agencies.
Many smaller Jewish commun-
ities have also developed pro-
grams for legacies and bequests."
The long range development com-
I mittee pointed out that the Cleve-
land community, through its leg-
1 acies and bequests program, has
' more than S6.000.000and is se>
curing annually SI.000.000 to $1.-
500.000 Philadelphia, which had
|up until this past year more than
S3 500.000 in endowment funds, has
added over S6.000.000 more
through letters .if intent in the past
few months. Chicago has over
'SI 1.000.000 in its capital and en-
dowment funds Baltimore boasts
j more than S9.000.000.
"Community foundations offer
'contributors the opportunity of
making a gift which will not only
1 endure through their lifetimes, but
(after death." Myers declared.
Funds raised by such a founda-
tion are used for purposes from
which regular campaign funds are
barred.
'Money raised in annual cam-
paigns is used for actual operating
expenses. Foundation funds would
be used for special studies, re-
search projects, and to assist in
capital improvement programs, to
mention three txampl- Mv-.l
said.
Campaign hinds a.
, for the day-to-day oi A
community services. \ irvlationl
funds go directly into tiding
community s future.
Fourdations are set up for th
purpose of securing outrighil
gifts, bequests and sgacits
through wills, trust funds, l.i,
income contracts, insurar\ce pc |
cies, and annuity contracts. Con-
tributors also become e' ble tor
considerable tax saving. rhrov.ifi
, their lifetime* and to their $. |
tates.
Myers" committee e\
belief that "the needs of
inunity can probably
best if the foundation is i
ly incorporated organiza;
lated to Federation, but
separate board of trust-
These and othir dot-.,
worked out in the i
tions to conn from Ji.
Mib committee
sed tbj
.- cot
serve!
nn r
wit!
ill
Two Israel
Rabbis Arrested
Continued from Page 1A
three years ago. when the eld( r
man feared that the boy's parents.
Alter and Ida Schumacher, would
not give him a sufficiently Ortho-
dox education. The boy was later
spirited out of Israel by unknown
persons, and was found living in
Brooklyn last week. He has now
been reunited with his parents in
Holon. a suburb of Tel Aviv.
The head of Israel's security
services whose name is never
used publicly reported fully to.
the Israel Cabinet on Sunday about
the Yossele Schumacher case The
entire regular, weekly meeting of
the Cabinet was devoted to thai
irt. and to questions by the
111.- i.i the Cal
Cabinet e x p r essed I g!
praise fur the security services for
ieving the 10-year-old boy
irding to a spokesman
the Cabinet, the securitj chief n
vealed many, heretofore unpubli-
I details connected with the
c;.-< ol the boy who was abducted
in 1959, after zealously Orthodox
persons feared that his parents
would not educate him with sulli-
ciently strict Orthodoxy
The security chief described
activities by "fanatic factions"
involved in the case, told of
some anti-Government actions
by some parsons. He implicated
a famous Hassidic Rcbbc. "Many
of the disclosures were most re-
vealing, and not known publicly
despite the spate of publicity
given the case," said the spokes-
man.
In another development on the
Yossele case the attorney for the
child's parents here announced thi
Schumachers will sue Rabbi Zen-
vel Gertner. of Brooklyn, in whose
home the boy had been apprehend
ed. for the suffering undergone by
the parents.
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the
1M<
ovnan s
"World
by ISABEL GROVE
im for ir.tt, --r designer Richard Ohrbach, of Miami
Ha iusl riii'.-i.; I from New York with a contract in
esign and completely redecorate the La Guardia
. i.,. G rdia Hotel Bast, super-structure now be-
Both are o*i the -ite "I the World's Fair in be held in
1964 A I ional satisfaction t i the artist in Rick,
iven eompleu aesthetic freedom A more immi-
iking Hick i" Paris to decorate the reallj huge ap
then bj Gigi Reynolds Carrier, his European repre-
-,; -. Payton and son Bob left this week for Troy, NY..
ihey i" spend the summer with her family Handsome
ident <>f the '62 class of Miami Beach High, voted "Most
"Wittiest" too Plans to enter the University of
rolina in Chape! Hill cone September, with a career in
relations si r\ ing with the Army's Security Agency a- a
in me with bis parents, Mr, an: Mrs. Bill Click, for
. n< \; assignment -Japan.
-
Sirkins, Miriam and Milton, home after an extensive trip
Nassau, continued in Gotham Town, where they saw
-:i a as they could queeze in Then the World's Fair
... tide trip to Canada, and down to San Francisco in time
rat) grandson Bobby's first birthday He's the son of
d Dick Sirktn After more sightseeing in Mexico, the
i ff in St. Petersburg on the way home to visit with
,.:.d his Carolyn Josh is at Stetson Law School .
,. C MyeTS and his Martha sailed Monday night for
San Francisco They'll be gone two weeks, then
via i oat to Los Angeles After that, it will be off to San
. ,..,, agaii to attend m ssions of the American Bar Assn., be-
.. L 5 .
Marc 11. Hollender, chairman of the department of pay-
.. thi New York state medical school in Syracuse, will
:-. Dr and Mrs A R Hollender. and sister. Mrs F.dyth
Miami Beach, next week .
and Mr- George (Martha) Schwartz returned Tuesday
im .i two-week visit to New York and Jacksonville, whore
. ited n latives ..
with hi- brother-in-law and sister. Dr. and Mrs. Nathan
their family, of 42 Samana dr., is Rabbi Sol Landau, of
Beth Hillej Wilmotte. 111. Rabbi Landau, author
lewish Kelations in Germany Before the Crusades"
h of Our Days." is a regular contributor to Anglo-
licals ... He is a member of the executive and chair-
community religious standards committee of the Chicago
Rabbis, as well as director of the board of governors of
..: AcadeqgJ ol Jewish Studies, and chairman of the
n commission ol the Chicago region of the Rabbinical
. (rica.
-
R Silver is bacbeloring it these day.- He's back from
atskills ll N( York State, where he left his wife.
ildren Davic Ira. and Gail, for a summer vacation
u] ivers stopped over in Washington, D.C
-., Then, on to New York, where they saw
me major league baseball Max will
; I fan ater in the summer .
Mrs Merwyn King, formerly of Miami but now living
ere gui its ol the Ron Levitt- at Westbrooke Country
n*s wift Geri, by the way. leaves next week for a
to sei her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Morris Wortsman
: i (l Howard 5, are naturally going along to see their
'- .
d Dunsky, fund-raising exec for Cedar- of Lebanon, is
Israi part ol six-week European tour Accom-
traveler arc Mrs. Dunsky and daughter Tessa,
lectins. autographs from celebrities as they go .
at thi Dan hotel in Tel Aviv tor 10 days, then on
Athens Nici Barcelona, Madrid, Lisbon, and borne
e a Gol< .; iversary party in honor of Mr. and Mrs
Irom 3 to : p m., in the Deauville's
i.c roi
tick i ff a lot of miles for Kay and Adele
bj the Sea before Jul) i- up Thej
motor trip to Jaataon. Miss Kansas City. Col
Bri nsville Tex. Miami friend- ef the
i harlotte Warrington, held a farewell dinner
re: Kit Vrthui C iurt and < xtr
end a p -1 card from evi rj
il .. th< .-..;. in Jackson, th< Griffiths will visit
thi :. E Dumas Milners
-
trip coupled with a nu.--ion started this week
i Vrlem Blasberg sky Lake, No. Miami Beach, and
! d Els ni Euster The couples are driving to
- in Arlene- new car, and en route will stop in Talla-
: three lovelj paintings to Attorney General Rich-
- in wlj ecoxated offices in the state capitol building .
- were chn-en by the Florida Art- Commission. Ol
rg< Light, Arlene's father, is a member They were
I > members of the Amateur Artists Assn. of Dade County.
titled "Everglade-. Feeding Time" and "The Mill" .
itally, Larrie's Close iriend and fellow executive at River-
ldi Memorial Chapels. Lenny Zilbert. returned from a llendei
' vacation with wife Rosalind the day Larne left .
Mrs. Henry Gilbert isn't superstitious one bit She'll be at
11 :' on Friday the 13th, to see her husband off for the annual
Hollar Hound Table convention in Montreal. Canada .
*ill be honored for achieving $1 million in life insurance
' t ach year tor the past 15 years .
1 > Harbortte Harry Linsky has racked up a mileage record
'! airlines, between Miami and Chicago, since establishing
<:. Studio here .He jetted to the Windy City again this
ik to begin designing a new Freii Harvey bar in the Union Sta-
I d "The Captain's Table" Florida sea shells, fish nets.
ithentic boat hardware will be used in the interiors, and the
1 trance will resemble a -hip's prom, complete with red and green
''- lights .
" Mn Sol Lanster entertained with a dinner parti a!
i Country Club over the weekend. Their guest- wen
; Mrs. Martin Schneidman and Mr BUd Mrs Norman Seigal.
< w Ycrk, Di Lanster's lister and brother-in-law.
T eJewisli Floridiaiti
Miami, Florida, Friday. July 13. 1962
.or. I
-*TT
At recent installation ceremonies of the Great-
er Miami Council of Pioneer Women are seat-
ed (left to riqhtl Mrs. A. Arthur Pekelner. in-
stalling officer; Mrs. Milton Green. Council
president; and Mrs. Sarah Shapoff. treasurer.
Standing (left to right) are Mesdames Jennie
Miss Israel of U62. Judith Mazor, during a break in rehearsals
on stage with Miss Da Karel. of El Al Israel Airlines, and
Capt. Leo Gardner. Southeast district manager for Ll Al 1
Lovely Miss Israel of
Talents Including
Judith Mazor, Miss Israel of 1962.
will carry the hopes <>t her conn
tr> into the Mis- Universe Pageant
at Miami Beach Convention Hall
this weekend
Earlier in the week, the Israeli
beauty was busily engaged in re-
hearsals on stage, as well as in
Other affairs pertaining to the pay
eant.
A native of Israel, the 18-year
old Miss Mazor previously won the
Queen of the Sea bikini contest in
Israel. In addition to her obvious
beauty, she is an accomplished
pianist and master of four Ian-
guages: Hebrew. English. French.
and Spanish
Pageant officials have utilized
Miss Mazor's lingual talent during
rehearsals and at various functions
necessitating communication with
Latin American contestants. As a
result, the Latin beauties have de-
Seitlin. chairman of Child Rescue Fund: Moses
Meyer, vice president in charge of funds;
Abraham Seltzer, chairman of the afternoon:
Leo Goldman, vice president; Oscar Zeltzer,
chairman of Moetzet Hapoalot; and Marvin
Copenhagen, recording secretary.
Beach T Women
Eye Progress
v thi r 'successful year" for the
sDh ision of the Beach Y '
was rei ted at a n cent board
meeting held at the home of Mrs.
Sitlnej I.any. president
Funds rai.-ed during the year ire
being used for an air-condition
unit to be installed in the auditor-
ium at the YMHA, 1536 Hay rd
The group of women, formed two
years Bgo, saw the need for n
placements, repairs and improve-
ments of the "V." and has dedi-
catei it sell to carryii g out these
proi -
"Long experience shows that
thi n .- .. great need for providing
meeting | lace fi i
peopli i : rogram al Y
help." they feel "These
her in purp isi I
ipin s for the
"i and th< community
I ting plans were in
for the i yi ar, which pn
. e an exciting i m erieni
- Division is arra
: on .. profession il musical
i called the "V Follies, with
: -t ol 150.
[he meeting were Mes-
dames Milton Green, Robert Gross-
Solomon Kami. Jacob Katz-
Walter Lebowitz, Arnold Ros-
en, Harold Vinik, Norman Ciller.
Albert Sommers, Samuel oka. Leon
Epstein. Elliot Pearl. Haul Jay,
Jul I Ser, and Wilma Lemb.
1962 Has Many
Brains and Artistry
veloped a warm friendship and ad-
miration for their Israeli rival.
ju :itli is not only intelligent, but
exudes a radiant warmth and un-
derstanding, which when coupled
v. ith her unusual fresh beauty.
makes her an outstanding Miss
Universe competitor.
Many in the audience at the Bay
front Park Torch of Friendship
ceremonies gasped in awe with
the exclamation. "Greta Garbo."
or. her arrival here, when Miss
Mazor took the center Stage in a
graceful and regal manner to pre-
sent her gitt from Israel to Miami
Beach Mayor Kenneth Oka.
During rehearsals, she chatted
with Miss Ua Hard, of El Al I rael
Airlines, herself a beauty queen,
having won the International com-
petition for Miss Intel Air
Hostess hi re In 1959.
Opri-Mrs. Plans
For 'House Party'
Opti-Mrs, Club of Miami Beach
will be combining business with
pleasure at its forthcoming "House
Party" at the Diplomat hotel on
Aug. 4 and 5.
Included in the activities will be
can and golf tournaments for both
d women, with valuable*
prize- for each, A weekend for
tw< ;.! the Diplomat will also be
i | m a y.
Reservations are being taken by
Goodman Mrs Sam
chairman and Mr- Mur-
- preside i '


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Friday, July 13, i$J
Beef tongue comes to us as it it,
vktre three completely different
kinds of meat. Fresh tongue nas
a delicate, bland, but distinctive
taste. Smoked, it is pungent and
high-flavored. while pickled tongue
has the delicious taste of corned
beef with a completely different
texture. Today let's consider some
Di the many ways in which pickled
tongue can add variety and zest
10 our menus The two recipes se-
lected are for complete main dish
dinners, but slices of the tongue.
hot or cold, may also be used tor
hearty sandwiches or in combina-
1 lion with other smoked or pickled
! meats. The tongue may be chop-
| ped as hash, or minced and blend-
i ed with eggs and sauteed onion in
Mrs. Gilbert Witt
Host ORT Party
Saturday Nigh*
A swim-party and barbecue rem- ]
iniscent of the Gay '90's will high-;
light the major summer gala of
Women's American ORT, it was;
announced this week by Mrs. Hen-
ry Gilbert, president of the North
Dade chapter.
Several hundred members and
friends are expected at the old-
fashioned outdoor party being held
gi v. 8 p in at the Gilbert
1. m 12670 NE Miami pi., in No.
J.l:.,:ni.
; is be (hi i
- .-
ing
, ...
Special s : :'v i!"-'
; ee are calyp-
! '
I
stunt swi -
rises I
las ob-
replic s of bat I
ing ;:':"' '
h : ..-. d ':.;' iugh the J antzen Co .
uh mo leled in the
'Handlebar Moustache" beauty
ORT members who are serving
en the games, entertainment and
( ntest committees include Mrs.
Michael Farber, Mrs Milton Flrtel,
Mrs. Celia Freed, Mrs. Al Kern
ner. Mrs. Howard Horn. Mrs. Joh-
tph Roeklin. Mrs. Hy Mallinger.
Mrs. Robert Yudine, Mrs. Rose
Greenberg. Miss Diane Weiss. Mrs
Paul Rarback. Mrs, Arthur Blech
n:an and Mrs. Dorothy Blumberg.
ORT schools in Israel constitute
the largest system of vocational
education in the country. The ORT
programs of technical training
Jewish communities in 19
countries. including the Moslem
Poland, and w< stern Eu-
ro]
. alone, more than in,-
n v ere i nrolled in ORT
- Ii year.
Musical Score if film
Perry North, on the faculty of
the Modern Department of the
Miami Conservatory, has been sign
ed to compose the musical score
for the full-length picture. -Save
Me from Glory." now being filmed
at the Thunderbird Studios in
Miami. In addition to writing the
music. North will also score the
entire production and conduct the
All-Miami Orchestra for the film.
omelets. Small cubes added to po-
tato salad give it added proton
i,..urMh*ient. Since tongue- has al-
most no waste and is all lean meat.
ii is much more economical tnan
corned beef, although it can be
used for the same purposes A
large tongue make- 10-12 portion-.
&Dd may be used for more than one
meal.
Pickled tongue is cooked in ex-
actly the same manner a- corned
beef It is covered with cold wat-
e- and a tablespoon ol mixed pick-
ing spices added for each three
pounds of meat. After it is brought
to a boil, the pan is covered an.
the tongue is simmered for at least
one hour per pound, until it is lork
lender. After it is cooked, and
while it .s still warm, the skin is
removed. Some of the liquid in
which the tongue is cooked may be
strained and reserved to use in
reheating the meat or for such re-
cipes as the Tongue Boiled Dinner.
This dish is similar to the one call-
ed a New England Boiled Dinner
which is made of corned beef.
The second recipe. Tickled
Tongue in Vegetable Sauce, corn-
lanes the sliced tongue with a
sauce which is specially seasoned
to blend w'.th pickled meat. When
if is prepared, the tongue actually
takes on a new. mellow taste. With
the peas, celery, carrots, and to
matO combined with the meat, and
^ ,. surroundwg
:; this re< pe 1 complete
main dis* t< dinner.
PICKLED TONGUE BOILED
DINNER
6 medium carrots, peeled
6 medium potatoes, peeled
6 turnips, peeled
ii., !'ns firm cabbage
i, of a large pickled tongue,
cooked
1 SO Can whole beets
3 cups liquid in which tongue
was cooked
took carrots, potatoes and turn-
ip- in the tongue liquid for 20 min-
utes. Meanwhile, cut the cabbage
in!,! t; sections. Add the cabbage
and cook about 15 minutes longer.
until all the vegetables are tender.
Slice the tongue, add to the vege-
tables and cook until heated. Heal
lh( heels separately. Drain off all
liauid from both the meal and the
beets. Arrange the tongue slices
in the center ol a platter, and ar-
range the carrots, potatoes, turn-
ips, cabbage and beets around
hem Serve with mustard pickles,
This amount makes .i to fi portions
PICKLED TONGUE IN
VEGETABLE SAUCE
i cup sliced celery
3 medium carrots, peeled
l large onion, pet le I
i cup peas ""'A
2 table spoons all pur, Jl
HOCUP gW bwm-rw*ugar
m cups tomato juice
1 8-pz. can tomato M
i* of a large, cooke.i. pickled
tongue
about .", tups mashed potal -
l teaspoon ground gin i
Cut the celery, carrots, and
into slices one-fourth inch thick
Cook the sliced vegetable- and paM
n as little water as possi
ti] lender. Drain. In a
saucepan combine th" [lour, gig
g, r. and sugar. Gradually stir q
the tomato juice and tomato sauce
Stir over medium heat until jh,
sauce boils and thick-'n- slight!]
sine the tongue and add. togetbej
with the cooked, drained u.
tables. Heat thoroughly and|
serve on a deep healed platter, su:
rounded hy a ring of the mashsjl
potatoes. This amount -, et {
f. 6.
Splash Party Saturday
Shoshana chapter. B'nni li'nuj
Women, will hold a swim as|
splash party at the Bal Haifa
hotel on Saturday evening al 8
p.m. In (barge of reservation
and additional information
Robert Gallett and Mr-. Bill K-r
land
TETLEY
ICED TEA IS
GESHMAKSTE'
"THE TINY g^B^1
LITTLE feshin>
TEA LEAVES''
give fullest
strength
and flavor!
CwlHUo'KoJurtno'Pw
under ttrict tupentnun ol
1UfU Jicub Chen.
INSTANT
OR
REGULAR
DAIRY DISHES S SNACKS
TASTE BETTER WITH BREAKSTONE'S
C just as they always have)
Anyway you slice it, a tempting spread! Put the best where it belongs-on your table It's a good family
custom. Anytime you serve, pick Breakstone's and enjoy the really fresh, creamy rich goodness "barga-i
dairy products can't duplicate. Dairy meal or friendly snack, make Breakstone's part of your good life toda> I
good dairy to*you from


Friday. July 13. 1962
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Liberia President Inspects Hadassah Hospital
By PHILIP CILLON
JERUSALEM President Will-
iam Tubman. of Liberia, donned
mrgical cap. gown, mask and boots
here to enter an operating theatre
in the Hadassah-Hebrew University
Medical Center to witness an eye
operation.
The Liberian head of state was
taken into the theatre by Dr. Kal-
rnan J. Mann, director general of
the Hadassah Medical Organiza
von. Dr, .lack Karpas. deputy di-
rector-general, and chief operating
nurse Shoshana Sternberg who.
two years ago. helped set up the
first eye operating theatre ever
established in Liberia.
"I was particularly interested to
fee an eye operation in the Hadass-
ah hospital because of the work
which an Israeli-Liberian team is
doing in Liberia," said President
Tubman. "I have seen the Eye De-
partment established for us in Mon-
rovia by Dr. (Eliyahu ) Neumann
i of Hadassah's Department of
Ophthalmology) "
Subsequently. President Tubman
visited the Department of Ophthal-;
mology and had along discussion,
with Prof. Isaac C. Michaelson,;
head of the department, who plan-,
ned the eye serviees for Liberia, i
The President displayed particular
interest in the latest apparatus
which had just been introduced in-
to the department: an electrophoto-
coagulator. used for the treatment
of detached and torn retinas, and
for the treatment of tumors of the i
retina The President met a Lib-
erian physician, Dr. Zolu-Dumah
Traub. who recently arrived in Is-
rael for a year's training under
Prof. Michaelson,
"I've already begun to learn He-
brew." Dr Traub said proudly The
President talked for some time to
Liberian and Tanganyika!! nurses
whose training i- being supervised
by Prof. Michaelson "I am pleas-
ed to see that Israel is spreading
Ihe good work throughout Africa,"
he commented to the Tanganyi
kans, He then dialled with Dr
k.she Avshalom, who i^ shortlj to
leave for Monrovia i<> replace Dr
Neumann, who is returning to Is-
rael after a two-year term of ser-
vice in Liberia.
"We'll be glad to receive you." I
said the President, "and any other j
doctors Israel sends us."
Dr. Jean Baptiste Titus, advisor
to the National Public Health Serv-
ices of Liberia, added that Liberia
is short of all type of medical per-
sonnel, including surgeons, physic-1
ians. general practitioners, radio-'
logists and technicians He said'
that Liberia is planning to build a
medical school on the lines of the
Hadassah-Hebrew University Medi-'
cal Center. He is conferring with
Israel Deputy Minister of Health
Itzhaq Raphael, and Dr. Mann
about the possibility of sending
more Israelis to Liberia.
After inspecting the Chagall win-
dows in the Hadassah Synagogue,
the President and his party went
to the Henrietta Szold Hadassah
School of Nursing where they were
met bj a guard ol honor formed
by nursing students, President
Tubman expressed the hope that
In would be able to sen I nurses
for !i-: graduate training to the
Nursing School, He is also .
c-ted in sending studi nt! I i
ing in occupational thi
i hysical therapy.
The President was i
by Mrs Tubman, who also put on
protective surgical clothes in order
to witness an operation. She saw
one on a brain tumor. "It uas
frightening." but a most exciting ex-
perience." she declared. Mrs. Ora
Goitein. chairman of the Hadassah
Council in Israel, presented Sirs.
Tubman with slides and pictures
of the Chagall windows. Among
the group who received the visitors
was Mrs. Denise Tourover. ot the
National Board of Hadassah in the
United States.
On leaving the Medical Center,
President Tubman declared: "Hav-
ing seen the environment, both
spiritual and physical, in which the
people I send here for training v ill
be living. I am more than ever con-
vinced that relations between Li-
beria and Israel will grow strong-
er and deeper. I am sure I
many physicians and nurse- ill
nine back to help our pe< | l<
training n Jerusalem."
Delegates to be Elected
Club les ol V.
i will ho]
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nexl rues evi ning Thi n
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Atlai ti sche lull
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7:esident William Tubman. of Liberia, dons sterile garments
refore entering the operating theatre at the Hadassah-Hebrew
University Medical Center in Jerusalem to witness an eye
operation. He is being helped by Dr. Kalman J. Mann, direc-
tor-general of the Hadassah Medical Organization, and
ing Sister Shoshana Sternberg, who aided in the establ-
ishment ol an ophthalmic operating theatre in Liberia as a
box c; the Hadassah team, headed by Prof. Isacc C.
celson.
Nat'I. Federation Vice President,
Mrs. Moyer, Dead at Age 58
. WTuN. Ohio tJTAi Mrs.
j B Moyer, national vice
of the Council ol Jewish
and Welfare Funds.
ly at the age of 58.
..- the wife of Elmer L Moy-
i president of the Jewish Com-
'. Council of Dayton
Moyt r. one of the outstand-
' wish communal leaders here,
. served as vice president and
retary ol the Jewish Common-
1 ouncil, secretary of the Com
itj Welfare Council, chairman
of the Jewish Community Center,
and campaign chairman ol thi
women's division of the United
Jewish Campaign.
She was also treasurer of th;' Na-
tional Federation of Temple Sister
hoodv president of the Ohio Fed-
eration "I Sisterhoods, and national
treasurer of the Alpha Epsilon Phi
Sorority Foundation.
Mrs Moyer was also active in all
major Civic and community en-
eavors in the Greater Dayton
area.
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TOP HIGH SOWH YOUTH TODAY: PART 2
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Mrs. Zena harman, wife of Israel Ambassador lo the United
States, Avraham Harman, is assisted by three El Al steward-
esses as she plants the first Israeli gladioli on the Israel Em-
bassy grounds in Washington.
New Variety of Israel-Grown Gladiola
May Challenge Capital's Cherry Blossom
By Special Report
WASHINGTON In the national
capital this week ihere is growing
a new underground movement
Which goes .-traight to the roots
cl one of Washington's most cher-
ished traditions.
If successful, the movement will
come out into the open some time
this summer with colorful rallies
all over the city, and may well
grow into a threat to the firmly-
entrenched position of the cheiT)
blossom as Washington's major
tpring attraction.
Behind the movement i- Israel's
national airline. El Al. which is
flying in a large shipment of glad-
iola bulhs from Israel on the oc-
casion of the opening of its new
effice in the capital. Boxes of the
bulbs, said to grow into an extra
hardy and wilt-resistant variety of
bloom ideally suited to the hot and
humid Washington summer, were
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invited guests and friends attend-
ing a special reception at the Is-
rael Embassy here.
Attending the reception were
commerce and trade representa-
tives of the Governments of Is-
rael and the I'nited States, as well
as those Of countries along the air-
line's route network, in addition to
Washington civic leaders and rep-
resentatives of the travel and avia-
tion industries.
El Al's oflice here is the eighth
El Al branch to be established in
the I'nited States. It will be the
airline's service and information
center for the nation's capital. Bal-
timore, and the states of Virginia,
West Virginia and North Carolina
Leonard L .Morris, formerly with
Kl Al's eastern regional sales staff
m New York, will manage the
Washington office.
Preceding the reception. Mrs.
Zena Harman. wife of the Israel
Ambassador to the I'nited States.
assisted by three Kl Al steward-
' &ses, planted the first Israel glad-
iola on the Embassy grounds.
Mizrachi Names
New Director
By Special Report
NEW YORKMaurice Lipian. of
Brooklyn. NY. has been named
executive director of the Mizrachi
Women's Organization of America.
it was announced here bj Mrs
Moses Dyckman, national president
of the women's religious Zionist
i rganization.
For eight years Lipian was asso-
ciated in pivotal executive capaci-
ties with the American Joint Dis-
tribution Committee, initially serv
ing from HUT to 1SM9 as director
for Bavaria, Germany, where he
administered a program providing
assistance to some so.ooo displaced
i" rsons.
From 1955 to 1960, in a second
tour of duty for the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee, he served as coun-
try director for Iran. Early in
I960, Lipian was transferred to
Austria, in the capacity of country
director, where his responsibilities
included the administration of
programs of welfare assistance to
the Austrian Jewish community,
and to needy Jewish escapees from
countries behind the Iron Curtain.
By ISABEL GROVE
Mathematical wizard Mich Be I
Machtey belongs to the "New
Breed" of students.
Exempted from some courses
during Ins senior year at Coral
Gables High to take college level
calculus and physics at the Univer-
sity of Miami, one ol his p
ors reported that "Michael's math
ematical aptitude and conceptual
maturit> compare most favorablj
with the Ih^i ol the graduate stu-
dents currently enrolled at the uni-
versity."
Even earlier, in the 1961 summer
program in mathematics ;it Ken-
yon College, Gambier, 0 Michael's
treatment of a theorem m modern
mathematics was. "in understand
in- and in clarity of presentation
... at a verj high level, compar
ing favorably with that ol most
graduate students of mathematics."
Concluded the professor at Kenyon,
'] have no hesitation in asserting
that Michael Machtey is one ol
the nation's most promising high
school mathematicians "
But Michael's is no onesided
intellectualism. He was fourth on
the list of graduating seniors at
Coral Gables High in Jun rank- I
ing highest in their class. He has
taken honors in English, history,
German, physics, biology, alge-
bra and geometry, as well as in
scientific chemistry, science and
mathematics.
Winner of the 1962 Miami Her-
ald's Silver Knight for mathe-
matics, and a finalist in (he 21st an-
nual Westinghouse Science talent
search, slim, serious Michael will
enter Reed College. Oregon, in
September on a four-year scholar
ship.
"Reed is a small liberal arts col
tege with an outstanding mathe-
matics and science department."
Michael explains his choice. '"I'm
hoping that while studying there
I'll be able to make a definite
between a c areer In medical
science or pure mathematical re-
search."
For the summer. Michael, who
lor two years worked part time as
a pathology research assistant at
the University of Miami medical
school, has followed Dr. Jon
Straumfjord to Birmingham. Ala..
to continue with him there.
As far back as 1959, Michael,
now 18, invented and built Ponce
de Leon Junior High School's
only electronic analog computer.
Capable of solving multiplication
and square root problems at the
touch of a button, the machine
won an honorable mention at the
1960 South Florida Science Fair.
A year later at the Fair, Mich
ael's exhibit m pure mathematics
earned a Special Merit Award.
and in 1962 he won an "Excellent"
for "New Analytical Techniques ol
Microelectrophoresis Applied to in
teraction of Antibodies with Human
Erythrocytes "
Local and national recognition in
mathematics and scientific re-
search followed the wiuz with fig-
ures all through high school. He
has received honor certificates and
awards from Future Engineers ol
America. Future Scientists of Amer-
ica. National Merit Scholarship
Program, the College of the Uni-
versity of Chicago. National Asso-
ciation of Secondary-School Princi-
pals. Heart Association of Greater
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.lust before graduation, Michael
triumphed over 5,000 other Florida
students and captured first place
in 1962 National High School Math
ematics Contest, and also was one
of the finalists in the National
Science Talent Search Contest
which won him a $250 scholarship
and a trip to Washington. D.C.
From his record, it would be
easy to assume that self-sufficient
Michael would have no interest
in anything but scientific pursuits,
but he denies this quite emphatic-
ally. Five ft. 9, and wiry, Michael
says "I love boating, swimming
and skin-diving and spend as
much time with my friends in
these sports as I can. I also write
a good deal, even humorous
poetry, using my own cartoons
and photographs I have taken for
illustrations."
chess and bridge are games Mi
chael enjoys very much, and his
interest in electronics is extended
to his hobbies, hi-fi and ham radio
In hi- extra-curricula activities.
Michael served as a representative
oj the Student Council, vice presi
dent ol the Doctorate Associate Re-
search Societj. co captain of the
siienee team, and received a sen
ice Award of Honor from the'
school.
And what are this young's scien-
tist's views on the atom bomb and
the possibility Ol a nuclear war''
"We must speak out for peace,"
he says "I am not foolish enough
to suggest disarmament for us
while Russia and other countries
build stockpiles of nuclear weap-
ons, but voices must be raised for
peace. Otherwise, it will seem1
that no (.ne disapproves of war.
"I believe the United States
must strengthen its propaganda,
which at present doesn't com
pare to Russia's, so that eventual-
ly world opinion will demand
unilaterial disarmament as the
only means to maintain peace as
against the alternative of suicidal
extermination."
Son of Nathan and Ethel Mach
ley. of 443-1 SW 13th si Michaels
lather, his greatest admirer, is an
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Page 5-B
GMJCC Ending First 4-Week Sessions Here
t
New auxiliary service at Mt. Sinai Hospital is augmented by
the presentation of two new wheel chairs with luggage car-
riers to assist the hospital in admitting patients. Presentation
is beinrg made by two of the hospital's "Pink Ladies.'' Mrs.
Leon Eli and Mrs. Inez Krensky. Accepting on behalf of Mt.
Sinai are Sam Racoff, director of purchasing, and Marvin
Bostin, associate director of the hospital.
New Service At Mt. Sinai
)
;
\ ni'v. auxiliary service at Mt.
Sinai Hospital motivated the presen-
ts .m Hi a gift of two new wheel
chairs, especially constructed to
carry not only the patient, but his
1 age as well.
Participating in the new service.
which includes greeting the to-be-;
patient in the lobby ^ Mt Sinai,
Obtaining i i- hminary bank infor-
Ail-Day Cruise
^Slated July 22
' Sisterhood 11 Miami Hebrew Con-
gregatioi II jointly sponsor an
all day cruise with members of
the congregation Men's Club on
Suaday. Jufj 22.
The cruise w4H be on the Dream-
boat, an, begins at 10 am Itiner-
ary will include the intra-coastal
waterway through Golden Beach,
Hallandale Dania, Hollywood, and
Ft, l.audenlaie
Then- will be a one and a half-
hour stopover at Ft. Lauderdale
for lunch. The Dreamboat is
scheduled ta depart here at 10 a.m.
It will return to Miami at 5 p.m.
in charge > t arrangements are
Mrs Joseph Rambam, Mrs Abra-
ham Top I, and Mrs, Peter Duchon.
nation, and taking the patient to
the assigned room, are a group of
the hospital- well -known and well-
trained "Pink Ladie- "
Included in the group are Mrs
Leon Ell and Mrs Inez Krensky.
who purchased the t*o new wheel
chairs for newly-admitted patients
who upon coming in for admission
need wheel chair transportation.
Mrs Kll and Mrs. Krensky. long-
time volunteers at Mt Sinai, pre-
tented the new gift to the hospital
through Krel. a business they own
and operate for the purpose of
making charitable ontributions.
Carnivals and camp -hows feat-
\ ured the concluding week of the
first half of the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center day
camps.
At Camp Ma-Ka-Bee, the Miami
YMHA Branch day camp, an an-
nual water carnival took place on
Wednesday This included a water
ballet, water acrobats, skits and
games.
At Camp Noar, the North Coun-
ty YMHA Branch day camp, the
annual camp -how was to be pre
sented at the North Miami Armory
on Thursday evening. Highlight-
ing the -how were to be a Roman
circus, clowns, Indians, fire-eaters
and an all counselor "Clown Band."
At Camp Shalom, the Miami
Beach YMHA Branch daj camp,
an Olympic carnival closed the
first period's festivities,
During the final four-week per
lod. the day camps will feature
'Trips Around the World." with
special emphasis on "trips'' to Is-
1 rael an 1 "Know Florida Week."
In "Know Florida Week.'" spec-
ial homage will be paid to the
Mate of Florida through song,
dance and skits.
During the first period, more
than 400 boys and girls of element-
ary school age were served by
the Greater Mann Jewish Center
All day camps sponsored -by
GMJCC have trained social work
c rs specializing in group work as
their directors. At Camp Shalom.
Arnold I'iskin. camp director, is a
graduate of the New York School
of Social Work of Columbia Univer-
sity, as well as having a degree in
health and physical education.
At Camp Noar. Donald LaBelle
has received a Master's degree in
si cud work from the University of
Minnesota He also majored in
therapy for young children.
At Camp Ma-Ka-Bee, the director
is Charles Plotkin. who is a grad-
uate of the University of Pennsyl
vania school of social work, hav-
ing received a Master's degree in
group work.
Coordinating the tilt* MM of
these camps are the associate di-
rector of GMJCC, Emanuel Tropp.
who received a Master'- decree in
social work from Columbia Uni-
versity, and Kfraim 11 Gale.
executive director, who received
In- Master's in education from
Tufts Cniversity and a Master in
gi cial work from the New Y rk
School of Social Work. Columbia
University
Further information is available
at Camp Shalom. 1536 Bay rd., Mi-
ami Beach; Camp Ma-Ka-Bee, 150
SW 16th ave.; an I Camp N ^r,
|i 36 NE 6th ave No Miami.
United Fund leaders on Miami Beach meet to discuss cam-
paign plans for the coming months. Talking the situation
over are (left to rights Mrs. Aaron Farr, associate co-chair-
man for Section 1; Charles L. Clements, jr., division chair-
man; Mrs. James Rowlings, associate co-chairman for Sec-
tion 1; and Ernest Janis. Miami Beach section chairman.____
Summer Exhibit On at Lowe
Paintings and graphics by Euro-
pea* artists of the 18th through
20th centuries comprise the sum-
mer exhibition at the Joe and
Emily Lowe Art Gallery through
July 31
The works are on loan from pri
vate collections of Mr. and Mrs.
S. J. Levin, of Miami Beach. Mr
and Mrs Frederick Weissman. of
Palm Beach, and a third anony-
mous collector
Most of the 87 works in the se-
lection have not previously been
exhibited locally Among the ar-
tists represented by the 35 works
I from the Levin collection are Afro,
| Chagall, de Kooning, Mini, Modig-
Hani. Renault, S-roni. Sou I ages,
, Soutine, and van Dongen.
The Weissman collection includes
' 25 paintings by Adrion. Boudin,
Degas, Jerome. Kester and Utrillo.
Station Cites
Mrs. Glasser
Mrs I.i in- Glasser, president of
the Greati i Miami chapter of Tech
num. was el eted by Radio Sta-
tion WCKR at "Citizen of the Day."
. The certificate was awarded lasl
Week at cerei i Dies held at WCKR,
Station offii .. .- -aid Mr- Glasser
v as nami d bei ause of the unique
honor si ehieved in becom-
r president "l the Greater Mi
ai chai :
It w, hi ;- the an-
na ol ar was
reeognizi for her outstanding
I' idei -i i: an area >l commun-
ity sen e up Mini-
i nbership."
Summer Series
Begins Saturday
i ha| ol Hadas-
E t its summer educa-
m S tut ay, l p.m .
:it th I h -'.
Wtl twice
month!) form of a Saturday
afternoon Oni g Shab >..: through-
out the months.
Mrs Jacobson, education vice
President ol the Florida region of
^Hadassah, will be leader of the
sessions.
Day Dreaming On The Esplanade
Hero on the blue Mediterranean, you may sit in the sun, gaze out to
sea and dream of ships sailing by with cedars from Lebanon for
Solomons Temple, and of Jonah embarking in the belly of a whale,
nearby Here on the Esplanade, one experiences deep feelings for
Israel s ancient glories, mingled with the 20th Century excitement
of Tel Aviv. For here are people from many lands, smart hotels,
European and Oriental restaurants, theaters and cafes, opera and
symphony, colorful shops... all expressing the Simcha of Modem
Israel.
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JACKIE
.'ackie (Mrs. Burl 1 Haft realizes that the year she spent in Lake
,. Italy, studying music contributed a great deal to her philosoph)
life. She didn't think that she would be able to take it, that year.
way up on the mountainside, lugging every speck of water up
those stairs, living on eggs, sardines and tuna fish, and walking a
mile to her singing lessen every day. That year made Jackie
li il facing up to anything that came her way in life later on.
Jackie was burn in Leominster, Mass. While her parents were out
wn, she consented sing in a Junior High School play. Her
ier, on hearing her high, sweet voice, realized that she had promise
sent her to the Eastman School of Music. Later. Dr Ernest
for whom she auditioned, said he would take her as a pupil if
she promised to sing exercises for a whole
At this time, she was enrolled in Ci lum-
bia University, She did as he requested, and
the trip to Italj to study under his own c<
was the result
In 1951, she made her debut at Can
Hall, and then came Town Hall Alter Jackie
widowed, she continued her career Dur-
ing this time, her friends and Bull's were
ing to bring them together, They did and
the result proved thai then- friends were right.
When thej n ovi I to Miami Jackie's little
daughters, Lisa and Wendy, were thi
be given an official welcome to their new
judge the
loptiot of the moppets legal Now
: i n ii Haft i'am-
n t ei
firsl boj in Jacki<
general s. and her fath
: flew eighteen folks "s
orate the won. The {iris have suns,
moi and h< them make a li i elj pit
heai The al I ibl ""ill be a sing i I hi ks bai k
n henever he sic.
practices evei ly, takes less mi sings for org
helps uith the Symphony Club and the Opera Company. Also on
list of activities are Beth Sholom Sisterhood and Brandeis Uni-
ty National Women's Committee she lias a thing about cleaning
ers and closets loves to. She also likes to bake, swim, arrange
ers and set different! toking tables. Now she is taking golf les-
- hoping to get good enough so that her husband will play with her
They have lets of cook-outs, since the Hafts have one of the most
plicated patio grill carts in town. Burt manages all eighty-live
if it even though he can't do a thing in the house. All Jackie
ro do is sing for her supper.
LC7S Of PARTIES
Bert and Mabel Waller had the families over for dinner; so did Mor-
r.d Rhoda Morris. The families belong to Sandy, daughter of Mr.
Mrs. Philip De Leon, and Jack, son of Emanuel and Belle Gold-
eh At present, the Goldstritches .. house guest. Mannie, in j
hi igl m on Optimist i --. stopped off in St. Louis and brought
ieyear-old ter home as a surprise. When her
Z arrives to si in il brother Jack's wedding, he
I omi li Ki lal luni heoi T
ride-to s tv ints as w ell is a group
I irn thre Marilyn 'Mrs
j Smith Judy Mrs : I Arlene Mrs Herbert
skj im| t list. Sai I very bri lish in a
ral pi int rith 'loom
Silk Organza
For Miss Randall
Wedding vows were exchanged
between Helen Paula Randall and
Paul [den Mittentag at Temple Beth
sholom on Sunday afternoon, July
8. with Rabbi Morns Skop officiat-
ing at the 4 p.m ceren
The bride is the daughter ol
Mr and Mr- Ira Randall. 2424
No. Bay rd. The groom's parents
are Mr! and Mrs Julius Mittentag.
3730 Royal Palm ave.
Maid of honor was Mi s Marilyn
Sacharofi Miss Dale Randall and
Miss Irene Ran lall. sisters of the
bri e, joined Mis- Marilyn Mitten-
ister "i the groom, as brides-
maids. Ann Randall was flower
girl, and Sti vt n Randall served as
ringbean r
Best man for the gn m was Carl
Seligman. Ushers included Paul
Fruitman, Barry Marlin, James
ill, and Philip Xe-
For the wedding, the bride chose
a white silk or ivn featur
ing a scoop and si alloped neckline
enhanced with alei i si e I
- am! irid 'scenl rhe prin-
i ess line style gow n had si li di
ed pearls an !
a full Bach tra ped bj a
Vbi Sa and
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Her doul.....scei
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CARDS FROM
nald and Esther R I in in eing enterta
li ind Dorothj Fe De-
I sther Mrs -. av irtj in New York met Lucj
an and h ters in the Metropolitan Museum of
A::. In Georg Jenssen's Esther then bumped into Sam and Adeline
nson with Sam's brother and niece from Birmingham Es
\ .n New York for the fairy tale wedding of Ethel Nagler's
As

MRS. RICHARD AUSPITZ
A GOLD SPOON
That made a lovely gift for Raymond and Del Rubin to give to
Lynn, new daughtei .1' Robert and Patricia Markowitz. The
ft. ins are the godparent. Harry and Florence Markowitz are proud
t dparents, all right.
THE FIRST FORTY
Jack and Mimi Shankman took Budd and Iris Cutler out for din-
m But the Cutlers had to be home by nine-thirty because the baby
sitter had to leave. Budd was mad as a hornet when they drove up
tc ihe house and saw the baby-sitter sitting and the kids running all
ind the house instead of being in bed. However, he caught on
when he opened the door, and all of his friends shouted "Happy Birth-
day." It was quite an evening, with the whole house gaily decorated
Th Florida room was fixed up like the Nineteenth Hole. Iris, who is
SO clever at art, had drawn appropriate posters. Mina (Mrs. Marshall
G Iblatt. Selma (Mrs. Manny) Abraben, Annette (Mrs. Aaron) Foos-
ner. Pat (Mrs. Ed) Straw-gate and Boo (Mrs. Selig) Snow put on a
leal skit called 'Those Wonderful Years or Old Cutler Ridge."
While Budd opened his gifts, among them such rare articles as an
Executive Coloring Book and a golf crying towel, a tape recorder
Churned in full swing, and no one knew about it. Played back, the
s,.tsts became absolutely hysterical. Guests included the Seymour
Scnersteins. Marvin Zanks. Nat Liebmans. Bill Ashers, Ronny Ger-
- Gerry Weitzmans. Meryl Taubs. Irving Bolotins. Mr. and Mrs
St; mour Weiss, and the Ef Gales.
A1BS. PAUL A1/TTNTAG


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Baron, Rubine
Exchange Vows
Maryl.n Sue Rubine became M
Ronald Irwin Baron in evening
vows, at ft p m on Saturday, J
7. in Ihe Algiers hotel. Rabbi Al
; ( u. xman offici it< I
The bride is the daughter of Mr,
Mi H rold Rul ine, 8280 3
16 i; .i Mi imi The :
,.;-. are Mr and Mr-. San
219J Xo Baj rd M
ich.
Mis Bi tte Baron w as mai i
honor f r hi r .- ster Bridesmai l
was Miss Susan Helm
Best man for I Wi
m Gor on I''hi r< ir.i led Mar
im bride,
>,.\ mi .- Bai brother of I
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New I -: Baron gra I I
from Cora i Senior H
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Auspitz, Finer
Plan Jax Home
Sheila Beth Finer and Richard
Auspitz exchani ed vows
a! the Seville hotel on Saturday
evening. July 7 Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz officiati al the h
o'clock ceremony,
The bride, daughti r if Mr and
Mrs. Jack Finer. 618 85th -t Miami
Beach, chose a pea
featuring alencon lai i e trim-
med with seed ;u arls
Matron of honor for her sister
was Mrs Lolly K >ta Junior
i a as her sister
Miss Adrienni .: Lisa
Finer also a sistei
Best ma
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Cohens Announce
Diane's Betrothal
Mr and Mrs. George Cohen. 84
Shore Drive West, Miami, announce
the engagement of their daughter.
Diane, to Myron Sandier, -on ol
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Sandier. 509
Miller rd. Coral Gables
Mi.-.- Cohen graduated from
Miami Senior High, where she was
a member ol Tn Beta sorority and
president of Beta club.
She attended the Women's Col
lege of the University of North
Carolina, and is now a senior at
the University of Miami. She is
treasurer of the school of education
student government and a Dean's
List scholar.
Mr. Sandier graduated from the
University of Miami, where he was
treasurer of the school of business
I administration, chancellor of Delta
Sigma Pi business fraternitv. and
j a member of the accounting hon-
orary. He is presently an account-
1 ant in Miami.

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Reception follo< ed dding
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spent in Jam.,,. | ;,,],. .:|
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*Jewish fhrHiar
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dly
y
ours.
L
-HE G< rgc Einhorns arc plan
nil to take 'ters
. Robin, in a sightsee
iri| Mrs Einhorn "ill leave
: ; and travel by
W .i h11..; in, D.C., hei e
wili receive an educa
perien T li e > a r e
i| i le, light
the with them
Irobe
i iiiip drj and ar
t mfortal i I ing shoes
Train ti avel docs nol
travel eight allow
Mil i th re \\ill be
irdrobe tor New York
i s, black patent leather
. hats and i i hai
n stor) for G itham in
.. re thej .\ ill be joint il
.i n.
Mrs '.i r i Reynolds,
plans as
h means "some i
somi me prob-
\'i \ irk with-
it I Mrs
I pack a
veryth iccommo
: two h school
in U>< are takin
ie i~ cer
i> thai there will be
just a few
.....IS II hasn't de-
ll ley will all be dark, or
also take along some
i and colorful
I Mrs. Mortimer Meyer
i ready left for Nassau
- an I re* rt is noted for
is .: and relaxed living
__**__
THE Murray Birchanskys are a
li who bell vi' in living
its \~ a matter of fact,
it so well, that they con
.. cation, I iking their va-
n weeken Is ind staying
ffi n n.1 Miam Beach hotel
11 ision, they
their I nil Iren; al
I _, i a alone
n pre to pn
ai t t I all day,
: see the same
Ihcy ne a few
: Bin nan
... for
!uir r. m
with I hter, |
ho is the 1
f Mia li: 13
: {a to attei
ind two in
and their wardrobe i>
dim r iw ns and
. IS
> returne l here are the
iVassers, who combined
e com ention in < 'al
ith a acatii n Thej I
aim Springs, where the 1
iund Mrs Waster either r
Sllil OT spot tSW ear The
PP
mountain air 1 10I i th tei
a; ure considerably during the
even rig, and Chinese brocad en
sembli 5 01 ater-topped dress-
es 1 mposi 1 hei 1 ei ing ward-
robe.
The plans
for Mexii u I en th se their
for the summer
are I with
several faculty members <>f the
rsitj al S in rl igui I, w here
the M :- are plai nmg a teen-
amp for next summer. An
extcnsioi 1 I I heir 1 'amp I niverse,
it will enable the older student
tn learn a foreign language, in
it> native culture Mrs Mermell
said that at no time in this town
are shorts or slacks permissible.
Wash and wear dresses, in dark
colors, will be worn during dis-
cussion! in this well-known art-
ists colony.
Dr. and Mrs. David Pinosky
traveled first to Char'eston. S.C..
and then across to Nassau. Sep-
arates in sportswear with a few
silk blouses, a beiige hopsack
dies-, a few cottons, several
Italian knits, and one black silk
crepe and chiffon for cocktails
comprised her wardrobe
:-
luass. Irving Danzig Is sh< p
'" ping for dark cottons and
bright colored accessories for
Ni a York in August. The Dan-
zigs are taking their daughter,
Roberta, on their vacation as a
little "something special" before
she enters Mt Sinai's school of
nursing this fall Black will
their predominant color, with gaj
hue- in their glo\ es handb
hat- ,,iid other a 1 ssorit -
......' :- where
their friends will find the Jack
Blocks. A new baby, and the
eas of Miami in the s
mertime, wore the reasons for
thp decision not to g<
Fishii 1- a family sp 11 and an
occasional weekend 'vill
them al Flamingo in the Ever-

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wardrobe is concerned. Mrs
Block is looking forward to fall,
and waiting to see what exciting
new fa-hiens will be shown.
The Robert Brenners had to
plan their vacation by car. be-
cause it was the only way they
could take all their clothes along.
Leaving early in August, they
will motor to New England,
where they plan to meet their
oldest daughter. Mrs. Lewis Dorf-
man. in Cape Cod. Accompany-
ing them will be another daugh-
ter. Hi lene They will follow the
northern route across the Cana-
dian I i Seattle, where
the World's Fair will "he ma-
ii :ion. San Francisco and
Las \ egas i ill also be n their
l hen th '. u ill I illow
Ri >'-. .-.'-: h ime.
COR this va ation, their
II run the gamut
from swear am

: i or lei I i take
a minimum amount of a
i ies, both Mrs. Brenner and
Helei I inning their basic
Evening Vows
For Kronfelds
Evening vow s. at 8 p
hi marriage Miss Juli I
I'.i\n! Kronfi l on Sal way i
i ii i so, .a the Algu
Rabbi Mayer A iran itz
ei
bride is the I VIr
and Mrs Li uls Topp, 1575 West
ave 'I he groom is I i I >l
Una K
M. ron ol hor r was M
Rosen. Bndi smaids i i VI --
fanny Newman and Miss 01( nta
il ochman Sender Rosen acted ..-
best man
Miss Diamond
Weds Airman
Sharon Elaine Diamond and Lt
Robert .1. Black were married on
We nesday, July 4. at the home of
the bride's parents Rabbi Norman
\ Shapiro officiated.
Newlywed Mrs. Black is the
daughter of Mr and Mrs 1 Chip
Diamond, 2322 Lincoln ave Coco-
nut Grove,
She i- a graduate of Mi in Set
h School and Ohio State ni-
ccrsit) hi re she
with Sigma Delia 1
LI B ..; .- th<
Mrs ack. of S
Mass M luati
i nn A i ni.
. hard Prosan, sisl
ihe bn i matron
Man 1> im<
I, -: man
\.;, r a trip i Nassau, the i
will live in Newburgh, N V wh ire
the bridegroom is stationed with
the Air Fon e
levy Receives Citation
Many Levy, chairman of ihe
, hoard of the Greater Miami Acci-
dent and Health Underwriters, was
presented with a hron/.e plaque cit-
ing him as a member of the "lead-
ing Producers Round Table" al a
recent meeting of the international
Assn of Health Underwriters at
the Fontainebleau hotel. This
makes the fifth successive year
that Levy has won the award.
CANTOR
Wonted tor Mrgh Holidays. State back-
ground, qualifications and foe. Write
TEMPLE ISRAEL
1400 S. Peninsular Drive
Daytona Beach, Florida
Couple Met
At Beth David;
To Wed Sunday '
Some six months ago. Beth Dav I
Congregation formed a new grour>
for ingle men and women, in Ota
20-to-3O-year-old bracket.
On Sunday, at Beth David Con
gregation, the first marriage w '
take place between two members]
of the group.
Phyllis Seaman joined the Young!
Adults in February On Mar 19,
met Robert Neumann, pn
dent of th- group, at a Young Adult
e. On May 29. Bob. wh)
comes from Vine land, N .1 i
Phyllis, who was raised in Bf'
lyn, N Y became enga
The;, will take their vov bef r I
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. B< t
David'.- spiritual leader Thi f ara
rs 'ii the teaching pn
: -. n B b is preparing I r i
I I i> li rei in historj i I p :
Phyllis .- .i
-eco: ii !.':' at E mi r i
Elementarj School.
The young couple, for whom the
Youi Vduit Grou|
ne, will honeymoon
Nassau.
wardi itti -: around the
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hat _' >ves bl ius sea i. es
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". here r pos
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' they will i
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*Jewist ncridiar
Friday. July 13. 1962
Balkin Women Install Officers
Ne officers of Gilbert .' Balkin
chapter of B'nai B'rith Women
were installed at the chapter's an-
nual dinner recently. The cere-
mony was conducted by Mrs.
Stephanie Klein.
Those taking office were pres-
ident, Mrs. Herbert Lowe: vice
president, Mrs. Barry Potlock, Mrs
[rvinj Ostrow, and Mrs Norman
Weiner; treasurer, Mrs. William
Geiger; recording secretary, Mrs
Sheldon Rosenfleld: corresponding
secretary, Mrs. Kenneth Herman:
financial secretary, Mrs Seymour
w einstein.
Sentinel. Mrs. Bernard Miller:
-
guardian. Mrs Mel Brown: histor-
ian, Mrs Albert (ileiberman: coun-
selor, Mrs Sy Bobbins: trustee,
Mrs. Samuel Mo-lel: parliamen-
tariah'Mrs Herbert Ross.
Elected board, members were
Mrs. Jerry Kay Mrs. Walter Ros-
enberg, Mrs Marvin Weisbrot,
Mrs Sa m ue I Weiaer, and Mrs.
Worm r Sommer
Mrs. Sy Robbins (left) pins President's pin on Mrs. Herbert
Lowe, president-elect of Gilbert J. Balkin B'nai B'rith Women
lor 1962-63. Pinning took place at the chapter's annual instal-
lation dinner.
Me Ami Project Cfcal Hadassah Party
Chai group of Miami Hadassah
will hold a cocktail party Sunday
night, at 9 p.m.. at the Deauville
hotel Casanova room. Entertain-
ment will feature Barry Ashton's
"Vive! Les Girls'"' In charge of
the affair are Mrs William Bark-
er. 175 NE 132nd tor., and Mrs.
Louis Marsh. 1400 NE 203rd st.
Secures Million
In Bequests Here
Jewish National Fund Council of
Greater Miami has heard reports
from Max Hecht and Johan L. Ber-
man on Me Ami. Miami's twin city
in Israel.
Hecht's report followed his re-
cent visit there with Mrs Hecht,
which the couple called "a sight
to behold" and "thrilling enough
to elevate one's soul to the great-
est heights."
Hecht told the Council that "the
screeching of wilderness and rocky
mountains calling with silent voice
for a 2.000-ycar-long redemption
has finally been fulfilled Hecht
called Me Ami "a symphony of
creation under the aegis of the
Jewish National Fund."
At the meeting, Mr. and Mr.
Berman and Mr. and Mrs. Hy-
man Eisenbaum, one of the
founders of the Me Ami project,
announced increases in their in-
dividual gifts.
Dr. Zev W. Kogan. counsel for
the .INF here, reported on the Jew-
ish National Fund Me Ami dedi-
cation pilgrimage scheduled to
leave for Israel on Oct. 18, which
promises to be "one of the great-
est experiences in a lifetime."' ac-
cording to Dr. Irving Lehrman.
chairman of the JNF Foundation
here, who together with Mrs. Lehr-
man will participate in the pil-
grimage.
Leon J. Ell. president of the
Council, revealed to the executive
board that the Me Ami project has
thus far scheduled close to one
million dollars in bequests "and
about 20 peri-;,i in cash as promis-
Miamian Granted
Yeshiva Semicha
Mr. and Mrs. B. Sachs, of 123
SW 31st ct., Miami, announce the
granting of Semicha (rabbinical or-
dination) to their
son. Melvin at
commencem e n t
exercises of
Yeshiva Univer-
sity in New York
City on June 28.
Rabbi Sachs
was a student at
j Yeshiva for the
past nine years,
where he first
entered high
..chool upon graduation from the
Hebrew Academv here.
Bib!e Cards
To be Available
.i ob's Bible Cards, a Mai
deck of playing card*, will short-
ly be making their appearance in
Miami.
The cards are standard with the
e: ception that, by substitutinj
mi us Bible characters [or conven-
tional kings, queens, and jai -.-.
Ihe> enable the player to combine
education with pleasure
The deck was designed by the
noted Bible artist. Habaii, and is
manufactured ui Israel.
The back of each card features
an oval layout of the symbols of
the 12 tribes of Israel. In the
clubs suit, for example, the king
is symbolized by King Ahasuerus,
smoking an Oriental pipe at a
feast as described in the Book
of Esther, chapter 1. The queen
is Queen Esther, shown beautify-
ing herself as told in chapter S
of the Book of Esther.
The diamonds suit features
King David and his harp, illustrat-
ing Samuel II. chapters 11 and 23.
and Queen Bathsheba. bringing to
life the story in Kings I. chapter 2.
The jack is Joab. son of Zeruiah.
who was the captain of David's
host as chronicled in Samuel 11.
chapter 2.
The joker for Jacob's Bible
lards is Asmodai. the black-winged
demon with taloned feet, who de-
lights in upsetting the plans of
men
The deck will be made available
here through Arthur Selevan, pio-
neer Miami resident, of Naveles
lobbing Co., 3732 NW 50th St.
Selevan is a former vice president
of Beth Torah Congregation, and
belongs to Jewish War Veterans
and Knights of Pythias.
RABBI SACHS
He received a Bachelor of Arts
degree in psychology and education
at Yeshiva in 1960.
Upon attaining Semicha, Rabbi
Sachs was granted a Master of
Hebrew Literature degree from
the Bernard Revel Graduate
School of Yeshiva.
Rabbi Sachs has been commiss-
ioned as a chaplain in the U.S.
Army, and will be stationed in Ft.
Folk, La., for the next two years
He is the nephew of the late Hah
hi Abraham Sachs. <>t Miami
UM Professor
To be Speaker
United Nations Study Group of
Miami Beach will meet on Tues-
day. 8 p.m.. at Washington Federal
Savings and Loan Assn.. 1244
Washington ave.
Prof. George K Smart, of the
Department of English at the Uni-
versity of Miami, will be guest
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Crisis Mrs. Anna Weiss is chair
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West Miami Post Picnic
Jewish War Veteran- West Miami
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adults, as well as refreshments,
are planned. Co-chairmen are Mrs.
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Way. July 13, 1962
'.Jpn/cf nrrMfan
Page 9-B
Si The Courier
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Sonya Balogh and Harold Farberman
To Highlight Tops' Concert Sunday
Some 100 American youngsters from 15 states are In Israel after
El Al i't flighl from New York to begin the second annual Bar
ntzvah Pilgrimage co-sponsored by the American Zionist Council and
L Jewish Agency for Palestine. The children, all 13 years of age,
re slated to spend seven weeks in Israel Dr. Bruno Z. Kisch,
(edical director of Veshiva l Diversity since 1938. has retired after a
nun- that included participation in the development of the worlds
ist electronic microscope 10 years ago Dr. Bertram w. Ktrn,
fcnior rabbi ol Kneseth Israel Congregation in Philadelphia's Elkins
(ark. has been appointed visiting professor of American Jewish Historj
the New York School of Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute ol
leligion Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president of tli' World Jewish
|ot n ss. has urged the Argentine government to take all measures to
Uppress the anti Semitic wave which followed the execution ol Adoll
lichmann.
Burton Kahn, president of Colonial Pontiac, beamini! over winning
coveted Estes Trophy, awarded annually bj General Motors Tro
iiy was a painting of the recent NASCAR race at Daytona Beach
Diich th' Pontiacs dominated Dr. Sheldon Dobkin, president of
Sports Car Club of Miami, still interested in hearing about courses'
jitable for racing in South Florida ,*, Harvey Salomon, ol Colonial.
> Detroit for a National Dealer Council meeting July 22 Reggie
fanich, who teaches Hebrew at both Temple Israel and Beth Sholem
till BCCOmpan) husband Joe, of the Israel Bond staff here, to the
fAHC camp I" Cleveland, (ia on their summer vacation Pub
(cist Hi Saii glowing over triumphs of his daughter in recent swim-
ming races Martin Amster, field rep for Israel Investors Corpor-
ation, off on vacation to the East
Boston conductor-composer Har-
< Id Farberman will make his local
debut at the Miami Beach "Pops"
concerts this Sunday evening, when
he conducts the Cniversitj of Mi-
ami Summer Symphony orchestra
in a program of light, popular mus-
ic at the air-conditioned Miami
Beach Auditorium
Soloist on the program will he
violinist Sonya Balogh, assistant
concertmaster of the Universitj ol
.Miami Symphony Orchestra,
\ graduate of the Juilliard School
of Music and the New England Con-
servator) of Music. Mr. farber-
man Joined the Boston Symphony
orchestra m 1950 as a percussion-
ist, playing under such distinguish-
ed conductors as Pierre Monteux,
' harles Munch and Arthur Fled I r
It was Munch who taught Karher-
inan the fundamental art of con-
ducting a symphony orchestra.
Farberman is conductor-founder
ol Boston's highly-respected New
Arts Symphony Orchestra, an or-
ganization which has added a bright
new element to that city's musical
culture during the past two years.
He has written several compositions
for bassoon, trumpet and tynipani.
SONYA BALOGH
iiis all-percussion work entitled
"Evolution" has been performed
by Leopold Stokowski and the
Houston Symphony, and his "Trim-
I et Concerto" has been perrmered
bj Arthur Fiedler and the Boston
"Bops' Orchestra,
For his debut concert Farber
man has programmed such familiar
w o r k s as Berlioz' "Ral m v
March.'' .lohann Ntr.tu-s' Overt :>
t o "Die Fie lermaus" and "The
Blue Danube Waltzes," Aaron Cop-
land's "Hoe Dov n," -elections from
the Lerner and Loewe Broad ay
musical hit "I t," and ., com-
tion written by Farberman
especially for the! certs. "The
Miami Beach Pops Tango
Urs. Balogh, wife of I'M Sym
ny Orchestra principal oboe
I layer Judien Balogh, will also lie
mak. t but .ii a solo role
; the "Pops." She will play
Saint-Saens' "Havanaise and Sara-
. (isen."
A native ol New York City, Mr-.
gh re i ived scholarships at
Juilliard, Chatham Square and the
Mannes Schools of Music She has
Tmed with symphonj orches-
tras in Pittsburgh, New Orleans,
and Washington, D.C., before com-
ing to Miami ten years ago. She
is frequently heard in recital
throughout the Mi mi area She
has been playing the violin -nice
the age of live.
Rabbi Brooks Temple Zamora Spiritual Leader
Among those signing up early for the Greater Miami Israel Assn.'s
12 day peace mission to the Caribbean are Sybil and Max Weitz, the
Frankensteins, the Ben Essens, the Maurice Revitzes, Rabbi and
\rs. Mayer Abramowitz and the Joseph Uptons Akiva Goffer, Zim
eep, busy lining up details for the SS Jerusalem's 60-day trip to Israel
,..i Mexico Nov. 28 Rabbi Leon Kronish's skill at Israel Bond sell
\ng will receive national recognition this year Rabbi David M.
ichhorn, director of field operations of the JWB commission on Jew-
h chaplaincy, was elected president of the national alumni associ-
ation of the rTUAC-JIR The Workmen's Circle, fraternal and cul
It ad organization, is sending former president Israel Breslow and
D national director Salman Yefroikin to represent it at the world
|< ference on Jewish education in the diaspora, scheduled to open in
iriisalem Aug. 12.
Dr. Martin S. Belle will discuss high blood pressure Sunday. 11
m over WCKH Wall Street Journal's article this week on mi
.u i of stock market dip on philanthropies included significant item
ni university hasn't received i single share of stock in the more
I 'mi days since the end of the post-war hull market Jewish
i ties are relying on growth of foundations, which have a reason
!hle safeguard against severe ups-and-downs in giving because of tern-
ry business fluctuations Dr. Henry Blum has been named vice i
dent of the Florida Assn, of Mortgage Brokers, representing Dade
inly. First meeting of the group here was held Tuesday at the
ranllon hotel One-man show at Westbrooke Countrj Club this
Weekend will feature works of Hugo Matzenauer, Hungarian horn artist
fho fled his native land four years ago. lie won 8 fellowship from
i Rockefeller Foundation since arriving in the United states, and
I somi ol his works are owned bj New York Gov. Nelson Rocke-
feller.
Marshall Simmons, the advertising whiz, and Herman Kellman,
al Bark's public relations chieftain, combining talents with
iobert Schwartz, another advertising ace. to head up Temple Beth
lm fund-raising drive.
Mrs. Louis Glasser pleased al excellent r spouse to installation ol
local unit ol Greater Miami Technion Society Mike Baskin deserves
I .'in- for his lengthy and successful efforts to put the M IT. of
I' Mi Idle East on the map hen' Dr. and Mrs. Irving Lehrman have
nrked hard through the years for Technion. with the Temple Bmanu-
ritual leader on the national hoard ... Dr. Jack Greenhouse
haj be the sparkplug the National Children's Cardiac Hospital has
Leo Ackerman deserves much credit for continued success
ip Cancer Institute, on winch Jimmy Albert, J. Gerald Lewis,
leonard Wien, Leonard Egert and others have toiled so well
Vacation time is upon us, and this scribe takes off today for
} polls and Omaha, accompanied by our own tribe of Indian- .
iks like another busj winter for national organizations, with con
Mentions already set by United Jewish Appeal tafter a year's absence),
ptate of Israel Bonds (for nth year in a row), Jewish Theological
seminary of America. Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and several
Mhers Judith Mazor, who changed her name from Mi/raclu. is
fne of most representative Miss Israels yet. She's already been flood-
with speaking offer- around the nation, according to Capt. Leo
ardner of Fl Al. which co sponsors the Miss Universe contest .
Sdythe Geiger, executive secretary of American Friends of Hebrew
'Diversity, back in town after a trip which included jaunt to Camp
[udea Sid Segal has returned from Gotham, and is weighing -ev
pal job offers as executive director for Jewish groups out-of town.
3c still has sand in his shoes, though.

Bill Bomstein, first Israel Bond chairman in Washington. DC.
las selected Greater Miami his home for the past several years
> his summer vaeationland B'nai B'rith luncheon club meetings
kntinue on Tuesdays at Lincoln Lane restaurant, with Gershon Miller,
r* Schatzman andJoe Goodman holding forth Miami Beach Vice
J&yor Mai Englander went to Bradenton at his own expense to launch
Irive to get Miami Beach the l*'l Democratic national convention.
{'Ik of drafting former Beach Mayors Harold Turk and Harold Shapiro
run for city council in 1963 not being dismissed lightly b) veteran
"'"cos Liberal forces actual!) elated over probable strong Re-
Ubhcan opposition to former Sen. Claude Pepper in November. A
dory over vigorous CO I', would propel the Democratic Congres-
fonal nominee into an almost certain iS*ti4 return engagement with
Spessard Holland.
Temple Zamora of Coral Gables
has announced the appointment of
Babbi Hersehel Brooks as new spiri-
tual leader of the Temple. Kabhi
Brooks will assume the Zamora
pulpit in September
Rabbi Brooks has Semicha from
Mesifta Talmudical Seminary of
Brooklyn and Chaim Berlin and
Tifereth Yerusbalaim Seminaries
in Manhattan His first ordination
vv as at Mesjfta in 1952. when he was
21 years old.
In addition, the 31-year-old spir-
itual leader holds a Master's de-
gree in theology from the Mesif-
ta, and is ordained both in relig-
ious and civil law. He also holds
a Bachelor of Arts degree from
the University of Miami.
Previously, Rabbi Brooks was
spiritual leader at the Miramar ation and confirmation classes at
Jewish Center in Hollywood. Fla Zamora. He is also planning for
and Lagrange Jewish Center in La- night classes for teenagers in a
grange. Ga. variety of Jewish related courses
He and his wife, Alma Lois, will Registration for religious school
be living in Coral Gables when he at Temple Zamora is now open for
assumes the Zamora pulpit. the fall semester. Rabbi Brooks
Rabbi Brooks plans pre-coniirm will be in charge of instruction.
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University of Miami Symphonj
orchestra manager Marie Volpe is
hostess of a new television pro-
gram. "Meet Me at the Pops."
heard locally each Saturday, 5:45
p.m., over WLBW-TV, ch. 10.
During the eignt week series,
Mr- Volpe will interview such not-
ed music personalities as Arthur
Fiedler, conductor of the Boston
Pops; Skitch Henderson, popular
radio-television maestro: Franz
,\Her-, conductor of the Broadway
musical hits, "My Fair Lady" and
"Camelot:" and Karl Wild, pian-
ist, all visiting artists who are
scheduled to appear with the Sum-
mer Symphonj at the Miami Beach
Tops concerts.
Mrs Volpe formerly hosted a
similar preconcert interview -how
over WKAT for 14 years.
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Regular meeting of the congre-
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take place at the Temple. 16800
NW 21'nd ave. on Sunday, at 8:30
p.m.
Following the business of the
evening, the George Lincoln Bock-
well slides prepared by the Jew
i-h War Veterans will be present-
ed
Lou Deutsch. State Department
commander of the Jewish War Vet-
erans, will narrate the slides and
serve U discussion leader.
MIAMI BEACH
CONCERTS
12th SEASON
SUNDAY EVENING, JULY 15, AT 8:30 P.M.
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Miami Youngsters Off to Camp in Israel
And Six Weeks of Xultural Exchange'
Michael, Joannie and David ning of a Gold Cup on July 4 at
Auerbach. sons and daughters of the Wcstbrooke Country Club swim
Mr. and Mrs. Dory Auerbach. of contest.
Coral Gables, flew to Israel via Further athletic prowess will be
3T1 Al's flight 262 on Tuesday for exhibited by Michael, who is win-
a six-week summer vacation at njng accolades in golfing, and will
Hadassim Camp on Israel's "Gold
Coast"' beaches between Herzlia
and Netanya.
Auerbach. land developer of Dory
Auerbach Assoc., and chairman of
the Florida Acreage Council, and
Mrs Auerbach visited Israel last
summer, and as a result of their
\isit have been ardent boosters of
ell Israel projects, especially the
identification of Jewish youth with
el.
The Auerbach children were Join-
New York for their El Al
rture bj Wayne Caplan, of
en. N J. Auerbach and Cap-
lan firsl met before they were
I, when they were serving
ith the American Army
Italian campaign Thej
bond in
i h has grown strong-
er thr thi years, culminating
eir children, the
A lerbachs and Waj ne, on
this El Al flight in summer camp
I -
el just celebrated his Bar
ah al Temple Beth Am. fol-
lowed by an unforgettable evening
;! Westbrooke Country Club, where
1 avid, aged 8'j. entertained with
8 group of American folk songs,
mpanying himself on the
guitar.
The youngsters have a jam-pack-
er, itinerary durins their six-week
h journ in Israel, and are bring-
ing their musical instruments
;i!ong. David, the youngest, his
guitar and vocal chords; Joannie.
Jl. her clarinet: and Michael.
'"Bachoor Bar Mitzvah," his bas-
oon They'll be playing with the
Israel Youth Symphony Orchestra.!
it presenting not only American:
Jewish youth and Israel youth at1
< crr.p Hadassim, but also the youth
i Greater Miami.
Joannie. additionally, will com-
pete in the Junior swimming com-
petition in Israelfresh from her I
ry in the Greater Miami Jun-
I Olympic meets, and her win-
be sponsored by another American.
Capt. Sam Lewis, of El Al. who is age
considered one of the top two golf
ers in Israel today.
Captain Lewis is a longstanding
close friend of Capt. Leo Gardner,
and they have both flown together
for many years with El Al. Capt.
Gardner. Southeast U.S. district
manager for El Al. arranged this
unusual series of events for the
children.
to send Southeast U.S. Jewish youth
to summer camps in Israel, where
they will have not only an intimate
cultural exchange with Israeli
youth, but will also bring the true
Spirit of America to-the scholastic,
athletic and cultural affairs of Is-
rael.
Capt. Gardner points out that
the cost of this entire "package''
is comparable with sending youth
to any top-rated camp in the U.S..
"and has all of the added advant-
of the exposure and inter-
mingling of American Jewish youth
with those of other cultural back-
groundsnot just Israeli, but from
the finest European cultures of
France. Italy and England, as
well."
On their return, the Auerbach
youngsters will participate in a
concert during a music festival,
playing and singing Israeli folk
This s the first break-through songs, and, perhaps, some French
for Gardner in his strenuous efforts songs as well.
Michael, Joannie, and David Auerbach are Miami youth trail-
blazers on their way to Israel for a six-week stay at camp
there.
Israel Assn. Planning Latin Cruise
UNIQUE!
MAGNIFIQUE!
The newly-formed Greater Miami
Israel Assn. will elect officers dur-
ing a Sunday morning breakfa-t
meeting at the Miami Beach home
of Leonard Solomon, according to
temporary chairman Maurice Rev-
itz.
Other temporary officers include
Jack s. Popick B< i Essen, Sidney
Ai sin, Mr- Max Weitz. Ben Frank
enstein, Fred Shochet, Rabbis May-
er Abramowitz, Leon Kronish, Irv-
ii Lehrman and David Shapiro.
and Akiva Goffer and Gerald
Schwartz.
The Zim L'rtes luxury liner will
sail from Miami on Nov. 8 for a
12-day tour of Caribbean ports on
a mission of peace, Reviti said.
"We consider ourselves an unof-
ficial auxiliary to the United
States Peace Corps, which is only
appropriate, since Jerusalem
means city of peace," he assert-
ed.
Reservations for the tour an
being accepted at the Zim office,
iiiT Lincoln rd. Golfer, vice presi-
dent of the shipping line, pointed
on! that iml> :;oo i-cr-ons will be
taken on the cruise, whereas the
Jerusalem carries up to 570 pass-
engi rs on some transatlantic sail-
Plans for the l%2 Caribbean
cruise of the SS Jerusalem, spon-
sored by the Greater Miami Israel
'.--II will be completed during the '"tv ,. ,
Sunday session. Essen Pr;,|-,'<1 '"' establishment
, _____.________________________of the Greater Miami Israel Assn.
"There has long been a need for a
Vice President Named non-political, non-fund raising or-
ganization, whose only purpose is
Kenneth Myers Miami attorney, aiding the State of Israel in any
has been elected vice president of I and every way without specific
Mt. N'ebo Cemetery, it was an-1 membership requirement-." he
nounced thi week. : said.
KING
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Its apparent that Dons Day isn't in agreement with the base-
ball umpires call in this New York Yankee duqout scene
from That Touch of Mink," laugh-loaded romanUc comedv
wJnTKtS ? \6? Qt the Carib' Miami' Miracle and T63rd
Street Theatres. Above are Roger Maris the inHrm n
lackey Mantle. Cary Grant, and Yogi Bend 9 ^
flagler-Granda Sisterhood
Sisterhood (,f Flagler-Granada
Jewish Center held ,. card party on
Tuesday evening al the Center
rridcy. J11I7 13, 1962
-Miracle Worker1
Leaves You With
Lump in Throat
By MARILYN K. SMITH
"The Miracle Worker." shortly to
open at Florida State Theatres
here, has a fantastic effect. Star-
ring Anne Bancroft as Annie Sulli-
van and newcomer Patty Duke as
Helen Keller, the film tells the
world-renowned story of how light
was brought into the dark world of
a deaf-mute girl.
The United Artists film, produced
by Fred C'oe and directed by Arthur
Penn. moves along without error.
The cast is superbly selected, also
featuring Victor .lory as Helen
Keller's father. Inga Swenson as
her mother, and Kathleen Comegys.
For a technicolor-happy popu-
lace that may by now believe
black-and-white photography it
drab, the s'artling lesson will be
that only monochrome could
make the grade here as a truly
effective translation of William
G;bson's famous stage play. In
effect, it enhances audience ac-
ceptance of an unseeing, color-
less world.
Parti Duke excitingly portrays
the deaf, blind mute, who twitches,
pounds, paws grunts and bites like
a tormented animal awaiting her
release Devoted Annie Sullivan,
in the guise of Anne Bancroft, ar
rives on the scene, Inexperienced,'
but full of determination, skill, pat
ience and a refreshing sense of
humor.
Gaining the child's confidence,
losing it, struggling for obedience.
always spelling into the little hand
and hoping the word will be trans-
lated into meaningthese are An-
nie's hazards experienced in a
human obstacle course marked by
pitying but loving parents and
aunt, who spoil and pamper Helen.
and a sarcastic half-brother.
How an act at home triggers a
childhood memory, and how that
memory explodes into its correlat-
ed word, is for the viewer to ex-
perience in all its glory For Hel-
en's awakening gives a feeling ol
great exaltationof a personal and
triumphant victory Alter recog-
nizing and identifying countless
things, Helen reaches oul for An
nie, eager to know ho she is
Annie spells out t-e-a-c-h-e-r."
And if hat doesn't leave you with
a melon ', zed lump in the middle
of your throat, nothing ever will.
"The Miracle Worker." with mils
ic bj Laurence Rosenthal, opens
by Laurence Rosenthal. opens
Wednesday Julj 18, al the Olym-
l"a Beach Gables and Shores
Theatres in Greater Miami, and at
Florida Stati Theatres in Holly-
wood, Fl Lauderdale, and Wesl
Palm Beach
TV Station Names Gibson
Robert L. Gibson has been ap
pointed as assistant in the promo-
tion department of WTVJ ch. 4, ac-
cording to Lee RuwfTcrr. executive
vice president and general man-
ager Gibson joined WTVJ on
Monday, reporting to George Vick-
ery. promotion manager.
Reed Gordon
Bar Mitzvah
During the services to be held
at Congregation Yehuda!; Moshe on
Saturday, beginning at 9 a.m.. Reed
Cordon will chant his Bar Mitzvah
VOW S.
Reed is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Gordon, and has attended
Popiel religious school for the pfflt
five year- He is an eighth grade
student at Norland .luni r High.
Rabbi SI Steinn i rill of-
ficiate and charge the Bar Mitx-
van with his
rj GiH> rt. presidcnl pr<
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Jen ist ftartattan)
Pcge 11-B
Cardiac Hospital
Gets Certification
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
The maximum certification avail-
able to hospitals, a three-year cer-
tificate awarded by the Joint Com-
mission on Hospital Accreditation.
has been received by National
ring social hour following recent installation of officers of
i Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn. Standing (left to right)
i Mesdames Irving Lehrman, Eugene Labovitz. Max Lip-
Jiitz. Morris Graff. Solomon Schiif, B. Leon Hurwitz, Norman
lapiro, Mordecai Podet, Allan Rutchik, and Herman Cohen.
fated are Mesdames Morton Malavsky. Mayer Abramo-
jtz Alfred Waxman, David Shapiro. Morris A. Skop. and
liurice Klein.
'Chllion Director Wometco Enterprises Up
Circuit Swing
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
ADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 4'059-B
IK: ESTATE
Mil II \KI. HKN
MICHKLR hKNARi '
I ,.,,
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR
FINAL DISCHARGE
,..-, NOTICE l~ hereb) given thai I havi
LhiKircn s I ardiac Hospital, ac- filed no rinal report and pelll..... for
cordinp, to an announcement bv '.''.''' .f'lfcharge a Administrate
Philip Houtz. executive vice pros- B7a Mlcheie' iten.,re d^aed^'and
ident of the nationallv-known free. ,l:" "" "" ll1' d"> "' Auguat. l2.
non-sectarian hospital devoted to KJluiSVr0. %n\?Jud.e ^"uad.
rheumatic and congenital heart County, Florida, i r approval ni raid
disease in children final report and for final dlachargi
wnd.M hi uiuurin. Adminlatratoi CTA uf thi eatati
The Joint Commission on Hos- narS!deceaae?nar '"' "" '" "-
pital Accreditation is the official Thla 11th day of Julj
body representing four orfianiza- '^SSll&iSg?,*??''
tions working together to estab- KAI mi: kink A roRMAN
lish performance standards, inves- 'xi'i'r,.',V*V.~.'J-'." m: ,.-,,7,
tigate and make recommendations Attorneys for Admlnlai aim CTA
to all hospitals. |:;-"'
In awarding the three-year certi-
fication to National Children's Car-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS MC.KKMY CJIVKN thai
diac Hospital, the investigating I the underalKned. desiring to engage In
| business under the fictitious name "f
.1 liut-tein. southern regional
rtor of the American Technion
It :, left Miami Beach this
rk on a tour of Technion chap
In Georgia and Florida
j ill speak in Jacksonville and
1 confer ith civit lead
11 r of other south
te
ressed
Orlat ind ran
s : turn her
'hull he
n 1 xten led
ind 1
ol the 1-
Ti 1 hnoloRj
Classer pre? I<
1 '
H |stl
.1 muustrator, will
......u < ditu
in the S luthcasl,'
fal Hungarian Reopens
ian Kosher reslau
open for the summer
Friday at -t p.m. The
operated by Philip
.lied at 731 Washington
1 Beach.
Wometco Enterprises this week
reported that its net income after
taxes for the first 24 weeks of
1!*>2 wa> the highest in its history
for a comparable period. Earnings
were up .">.S per cent over the same
24-week period m i'*6i. Net in-
come after taxes for this i*m>2 per-
iod a (916,1 as cum pa red to
[or 1961
Men's Cub Picnic
Ri lh T01 5pon-
in .
atermi S lay,
: >ver Beach,
Board of Commissioners commend-
ed the children's heart hospital for
"maintaining standards deserving
of accreditation and for your con-
stant efforts to improve the qual-
ity of patient care."
DIXIE VENDING CO., al S249 N W
7th Ktreet, Miami intend* In register
said name with thi Clerk ol the Clr-
-mi Court of I >.,.!. County, Florida
SAMl'EL U KINS
Role let n, 1
7 (3-20-27, v :i
O/
ittictries
in
MRS. ANNIE SILBERMAN
f I l\n. N.V.. died then
Mi- i*na preside!
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE.
No. 54783-B
IN RE Ketate <
I 'Ki:V > VI 'I .
I',-...... i
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
N< 'Tli I have
i .i in. i- R< i,n f.,i
1 I- InaI i
11 i'i:i i
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11 in, I'oui
notice under
Fictitious name law
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CARIBBEAN SHOE CORP.
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Miami, Florida
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
No. 56.193 C
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Person* Hav-
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you are hereb> notified and ra-
Jiiulred i" preaenl an> claims and de-
mand* which you may have again t
the estate of HARRY A SCHWAHTE,
deceased late "I Dude County, Mi, -
Ida, i" the Counts Judgea "f Daa6
County, and file tile lame in dupli-
cate and a* provided In Section 733.16.
I Klnrlda Statute* In Iheli offleea In
id, Count} Courthouae In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar months
from the time ,,f the firm publication
hereof, "i" thi sami will barred
Dated al Miami, Morlda, this iih
da) of June, A I' 1962
JEROME K SCHWARTZ
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meeting at the congregation this
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MAGIC NUMBER
FOR SAVERS
There's a lime-honored custom among
savings institutions of allowing a full
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received by the 20th of the month.
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the 1st of the month and still open cr
add to your account in time to earn
a full month's dividend. WASHING-
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happy to extend this courtesy period
to savers. Why not open cr add to
your account at any convenient
WASHINGTON FEDERAL office on
or before the 20th of this month.
Your savings will earn dividends from
the 1st.
Washington
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jy, July 13, 1962 • Jen ist ftartattan) Pcge 11-B Cardiac Hospital Gets Certification LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE The maximum certification available to hospitals, a three-year certificate awarded by the Joint Commission on Hospital Accreditation. has been received by National ring social hour following recent installation of officers of i Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn. Standing (left to right) i Mesdames Irving Lehrman, Eugene Labovitz. Max LipJiitz. Morris Graff. Solomon Schiif, B. Leon Hurwitz, Norman lapiro, Mordecai Podet, Allan Rutchik, and Herman Cohen. fated are Mesdames Morton Malavsky. Mayer Abramojtz Alfred Waxman, David Shapiro. Morris A. Skop. and liurice Klein. 'Chllion Director Wometco Enterprises Up Circuit Swing IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT • ADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 4'059-B IK: ESTATE %  Mil II \KI. HKN MICHKLR hKNARi I ,.,•, NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE ,..-, NOTICE l~ hereb) given thai I havi LhiKircn s I ardiac Hospital, acfiled no rinal report and pelll for cordinp, to an announcement bv '. ''.''' .f'lfcharge a Administrate Philip Houtz. executive vice prosB 7a Mlcheie' i t en ., re d^aed^'and ident of the nationallv-known free. ,l: "" "" ll1 d "> "' Auguat. l2. non-sectarian hospital devoted to KJluiSVr 0 %n\?Jud.£e ^"uad. rheumatic and congenital heart County, Florida, i r approval ni raid disease in children final report and for final dlachargi wnd.M HI uiuurin. „„ Adminlatratoi CTA uf thi eatati The Joint Commission on HosnarS!deceaae? nar '"' "" '" pital Accreditation is the official Thla 11th day of Julj body representing four orfianiza'^SSll&iSg?,*??'' tions working together to estabKAI MI: KINK A roRMAN lish performance standards, inves'xi'i'r,.',V*V.~.'J-'." M : ,.-,,7, tigate and make recommendations Attorneys for Admlnlai aim CTA to all hospitals. • | :; %  •" % %  '• • In awarding the three-year certification to National Children's CarNOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS MC.KKMY CJIVKN thai diac Hospital, the investigating I the underalKned. desiring to engage In | business under the fictitious name "f .1 liut-tein. southern regional rtor of the American Technion It :•, left Miami Beach this r k on a tour of Technion chap In Georgia and Florida j ill speak in Jacksonville and %  1 confer ith civit lead 11 r of other south • %  • te ressed Orlat ind ran s %  %  : %  turn her 'hull he n 1 xten led ind 1 • ol the 1Ti 1 hnoloRj Classer pre? I< 1 H |stl .1 muustrator, will u < ditu in the S luthcasl,' fal Hungarian Reopens ian Kosher reslau open for the summer Friday at -t p.m. The operated by Philip %  .lied at 731 Washington 1 Beach. Wometco Enterprises this week reported that its net income after taxes for the first 24 weeks of 1!*>2 wa> the highest in its history for a comparable period. Earnings were up .">.S per cent over the same 24-week period m i'*6i. Net income after taxes for this I*M>2 period a (916,1 ••' as cum pa red to [or 1961 Men's Cub Picnic Ri lh T01 %  5ponin atermi S lay, : >ver Beach, Board of Commissioners commended the children's heart hospital for "maintaining standards deserving of accreditation and for your constant efforts to improve the quality of patient care." DIXIE VENDING CO., al S249 N W 7th Ktreet, Miami intend* In register said name with thi Clerk ol the Clr• -mi Court of I >.,.!.• County, Florida SAMl'EL U KINS Role let n, 1 7 (3-20-27, v :i O/ ittictries in MRS. ANNIE SILBERMAN f I l\n. N.V.. died then Mii*na preside! liei \ %  %  pill She IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 54783-B IN RE Ketate • %  < I 'Ki:V > VI 'I •. I',-. i NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE N< 'Tli I have • i .i in. i%  R< i,n f.,i 1 IIna I i %  11 %  i'i:i i -, %  1 11 in, I'oui NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NoTICK IS lli:i:i..; UIVKN 11 1 Inmill, railroad, ili -11 ini • %  i he Iwo flctitiouH names ..f I i Caribbean Ha ndling Co., 1 ill\ islon ol Carl ibi 1111 si '..1 p., and 2) Tom Shoe 1 dM on of Caribbean Shoe Corp.. intends to % %  %  later said nnmea Wllh the Clerk of 1I1, Circuit C 1 of INOII fount 1 orlda. CARIBBEAN SHOE CORP. 2." S VV, Rth Strei Miami, Florida MARVIN I WIENER Altorne) for Caribbean Shoe Corp i 13-20-2" 8 3 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 56.193 C IN RK. KM.it, ,,f II UtliV \ HCHWARTZ, I %  •, eased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* and All Person* Having Claims rDemand* Against Saul Eatati you are hereb> notified and raJiiulred i" preaenl an> claims and demand* which you may have again t the estate of HARRY A SCHWAHTE, deceased late "I Dude County, Mi, Ida, i" the Counts Judgea "f Daa6 County, and file tile lame in duplicate and a* provided In Section 733.16. I Klnrlda Statute* In Iheli offleea In id, Count} Courthouae In Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the time ,,f the firm publication hereof, "i" thi sami will !••• barred Dated al Miami, Morlda, this iih da) of June, A I' 1962 JEROME K SCHWARTZ As Exeoutoi l-'irst publication ol thla r • en in. : :ih da> of Jul). I "::'. ItlCHARP K IINK \id.' ni \ foi Kxi 1'iitor i Itiaca) n< 1 binding 7 13-20-27, 8 :? ..... %  LEGAL NOTICE Micm. Hebrev/ To Change Name v i Hebn 1 lion is %  ::.• I Aci ta %  ncement 1 his • • : tion 1 han-' Is 1 ame to Beth Kodesh In Hebrew, the new name moans Hi ise of Holiness. It i> expected that action on the name change ill be taken a| a meeting at the congregation this week SO MAGIC NUMBER FOR SAVERS There's a lime-honored custom among savings institutions of allowing a full month's dividend earnings on savings received by the 20th of the month. This 20 day grace period allows you to pay those bills that come around the 1st of the month and still open cr add to your account in time to earn a full month's dividend. WASHINGTON FEDERAL has always been happy to extend this courtesy period to savers. Why not open cr add to your account at any convenient WASHINGTON FEDERAL office on or before the 20th of this month. Your savings will earn dividends from the 1st. WASHINGTON FEDERAL SAYINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI IEA(H 1/01 Mcndmn Ave. • I '13* Wellington Av • I I ^3 Noimaiidy all Of licet: JEHtrten a-4S2 In IrtaiN Ciialy fill liritl — Jackii* 4-I07T JACK 0. GOUDON ASTHU* H COUSH0l '.,.., c~-~ •> *• *—•* 'i C b" OF b L I T or CATION r CO, -5T OF THE ELfW %  %  •• L CIRCL IT OF ( R DA N AND FOR DiDE CO'. Ml NC > J •"• \LtR> I SLIT FOR DIVORCE Mi U ': II \. A %  \ \ Rolt.l VIIK1.I..1 ... ha. fil.-il laainal i rvi ii I %  • %  ..,:.i. %  lh. I'lll K I. I' It' \. iler.nili will In igalnal I Inrelief ill in thi I I ',,1111,1., 111! ik noi |i nhall he inihlialu .1 one • I'm'll Ifi I'onaeeullxi •i THK JKVVISII I I.OKIPI \ V IN INK \M' l>ltl>KKK|l .ii Miami. la. thla SI In) "I Jill). .\.l> i| K II I.K VTHKHM \N • -l.-rk. • I. K M I.YMA.N % %  iX KM V.\ Hi K .' N THE C'BI PT OF THE LL' C'RCL 1 T OF FLORID \ .D FOR DAOL COL NT', • • .-. NCERV No. THK Wll.il'.. 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Friday. July 13. 1932 Jewish fhrHiar Page 7-3 ^-^hurminctlx d l y y ours. L <£jf, Z; -HE G< rgc Einhorns arc plan %  nil to take 'ters Robin, in a sightsee iri| Mrs Einhorn "ill leave : ; and travel by W .i h11..; %  in, D.C., hei e • wili receive an educa perien • T li e > a r e i| i le, light the with them Irobe •i iiiip drj and ar • t mfortal i I ing shoes Train ti avel docs nol travel eight allow Mil i th re \\ i ll be irdrobe tor New York i s, black patent leather hats and %  • i i hai n stor) for G itham in .. re thej .\ ill be joint il %  i n. Mrs '.i r i Reynolds, plans as h means "some % %  i somi me prob\'i \ irk withit I • Mrs I pack a • %  veryth iccommo : two h school • in U>< • are takin ie i~ cer • i> thai there will be just a few • IS II hasn't dell • ley will all be dark, or also take along some • i and colorful I Mrs. Mortimer Meyer i ready left for Nassau an I re* rt is noted for is .: and relaxed living ** THE Murray Birchanskys are a li who bell vi' in living its \~ a matter of fact, • it so well, that they con .. cation, I iking their van weeken Is ind staying ffi n n.1 Miam Beach hotel 1 1 ision, they their I nil Iren; al I _, i a alone n %  pre to pn ai t t I all day, : see the same Ihcy ne a few : %  Bin nan ... for %  !uir r. m %  with I hter, | ho is the 1 f Mia li: 13 : •. {a to attei ind two in and their wardrobe i> dim r iw ns and IS > returne l here are the iVassers, who combined e com ention in < 'al ith a •. acatii n Thej I %  aim Springs, where the 1 • iund Mrs Waster either r Sllil OT spot tSW ear The PP mountain air 1 10I i th tei a; ure considerably during the even rig, and Chinese brocad en sembli 5 01 ater-topped dresses 1 %  mposi 1 hei 1 ei ing wardrobe. The plans for Mexii u %  I en th % %  • se their • for the summer are %  I with several faculty members <>f the rsitj al S in rl igui I, w here the M :are plai nmg a teenamp for next summer. An extcnsioi 1 I I heir 1 'amp I ni verse, it will enable the older student tn learn a foreign language, in it> native culture Mrs Mermell said that at no time in this town are shorts or slacks permissible. Wash and wear dresses, in dark colors, will be worn during discussion! in this well-known artists colony. Dr. and Mrs. David Pinosky traveled first to Char'eston. S.C.. and then across to Nassau. Separates in sportswear with a few silk blouses, a beiige hopsack dies-, a few cottons, several Italian knits, and one black silk crepe and chiffon for cocktails comprised her wardrobe :luass. Irving Danzig Is sh< p '" ping for dark cottons and bright colored accessories for Ni A York in August. The Danzigs are taking their daughter, Roberta, on their vacation as a little "something special" before she enters Mt Sinai's school of nursing this fall Black will their predominant color, with gaj huein their glo\ es handb hat,,iid other a 1 • ssorit :where their friends will find the Jack Blocks. A new baby, and the eas of Miami in the s mertime, wore the reasons for thp decision not to g< Fishii %  1a family sp 1 1 and an occasional weekend 'vill them al Flamingo in the Ever\\ pni I K ihn MRS. DAVID KRONfllD MRS. ROBfRT BLACK DO YOU KNOW THAT ONI* BABAD SELTZER is non-fattening "d occd for your htallh? BABAD SELTZER contains 100. pure filtered <>', is tail free and sugar tree. For FREE HOME DELIVERIES in Miami ond Ft. Laudcrdalf coll FR 1-0789 or JE 8-2763 BIKUR CHOLIM KOSHER CONVALESCENT HOME NON PROFIT — NON-SECTARIAN SUPPORTED BY YOUR COMMUNITY Une.r Strict S-. B .-ion of th. Orthodox V.d Hak.ihruth of Fieri*. l!, Dr. Isaac H. Ev.r. 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COR this va ation, their %  %  II run the gamut from swear am • %  : i or lei I i take a minimum amount of a i ies, both Mrs. Brenner and Helei I inning their basic Evening Vows For Kronfelds Evening vow s. at 8 p HI marriage Miss Juli I I'.i\n! Kronfi l on Sal way i i ii i so, .a the Algu Rabbi Mayer A iran itz ei • %  bride is the I VIr and Mrs Li uls Topp, 1575 West ave 'I he groom is I %  i I >l Una K M. ron ol hor r was M Rosen. Bndi smaids i i VI -fanny Newman and Miss 01( nta il ochman Sender Rosen acted ..best man Miss Diamond Weds Airman Sharon Elaine Diamond and Lt Robert .1. Black were married on We nesday, July 4. at the home of the bride's parents Rabbi Norman \ Shapiro officiated. Newlywed Mrs. Black is the daughter of Mr and Mrs 1 Chip Diamond, 2322 Lincoln ave Coconut Grove, She ia graduate of Mi in Set h School and Ohio State niccrsit) hi re she with Sigma Delia 1 LI B .. ; .th< • Mrs ack. of S Mass M luati i nn A i ni. hard Prosan, sisl ihe bn i matron Man 1> im< I, -: man \.;, r a trip i Nassau, the i will live in Newburgh, N V wh ire the bridegroom is stationed with the Air Fon e levy Receives Citation Many Levy, chairman of ihe hoard of the Greater Miami Accident and Health Underwriters, was presented with a hron/.e plaque citing him as a member of the "leading Producers Round Table" al a recent meeting of the international Assn of Health Underwriters at the Fontainebleau hotel. This makes the fifth successive year that Levy has won the award. CANTOR Wonted tor Mrgh Holidays. State background, qualifications and foe. Write TEMPLE ISRAEL 1400 S. Peninsular Drive Daytona Beach, Florida Couple Met At Beth David; To Wed Sunday Some six months ago. Beth Dav I Congregation formed a new grour> for ingle men and women, in Ota 20-to-3O-year-old bracket. On Sunday, at Beth David Con gregation, the first marriage w take place between two members] of the group. Phyllis Seaman joined the Young! Adults in February On Mar 19, met Robert Neumann, pn dent of thgroup, at a Young Adult e. On May 29. Bob. wh) comes from Vine land, N .1 i Phyllis, who was raised in Bf' lyn, N Y became enga The;, will take their vov bef r I Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. B< t David'.spiritual leader Thi f ara rs 'ii the teaching pn : %  % %  n B b is preparing I r i I I i> li rei in historj i I p : Phyllis ..i -eco: '•• ii !.' %  :' at E mi r i Elementarj School. 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luly 13. 1962 Unisf ihridirtr Page 11-A I T f ^K British Teacher Says He'll Fight Suspension LONDON—(JTAl—Colin Jordan, leader of the British National So-.House (if Commons bj R A Butcialisl movement which provoked a riot in Trafalar Square on July 2, ler, Home Secretary The said this week be would fight his suspension from his teaching posi in the stoke Secondarj Modern Boys School, at Coventry. The Coventry Education Com-," mittee told him he was not to resume his teaching duties, pending an appearance before the school's bi ard of governors in connection with his pro Hitler activities. The 39-year-old teacher of English and mathematics told the press he Asked how he felt about being called a Nazi, he replied: "We want to make Britain white. The Jews have a country of their own." The suspension came after the British government gave assur-f would fighl the decision "as far as ances thai strong measures would I can." A spokesman for the edbe used in the future against the ucation committee said "we have kind ol pro-Hitler and anti-Jewish been inundated with letters from agitation whieh sparked the riot in all over the country" following anTrafalgar Square Secretarj said police had not expected the violence thai erupted in response to the anti-Semitic speeches at the meeting. He saiH in the future police would act more s-rietly in such situations and that there was a possibility that the Naii speakers would be charged with violation of the Public Order Act. Twenty persons, including a number of Jews, were arrested and fined for breaking through police lines at the riotous meeting. nouncement of the suspension. V F is arrival at Miami airport with his wife and daughter, 000th Jewish refuqec from Cuba to receive migration Mance from United Hias Service is greeted by the worldagency's executive director, James P. Rice (left). The -scale resettlement program is beinq carried out in close ?ration with the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, the York Assn. for New Americans, and other Jewish relement agencies in the United States and Caribbean counNYANA is helpino the family shown above to make jppy adjustment to their new surroundings. timer Nazi Goes on Trial Continued from Page 1-A |trial was an interruption from an in the audience who yelled. rprcsont the Nationalist Press murder but revenge is a or demanded immediate arrest ot the man. and the court agreed and imposed a three-day sentence on New Gallery Opens in Gables A new art gallery which will feature works of old masters, contemporary "name artists*' and upand-coming painters is scheduled to open on July 23 at 320 Miracle Mile in Coral Gables, Named "The Loft on the Mile." ihe gallery has been in the planning stages for several months Local advertising executive Robert S Hurwitz is president of the Loi't. ai.d Miami businessmen Eugene Pteisher and Everett Butler are vice president and secretary -treasurer respectively. Loft on the Mile is a second floor gallery whose large main room is topped with a skylight. There are eight additional smaller rooms for one-man end group shows, and a rooftop garden is planned to show sculpture. The opening show. July 23 through Sept. 15, will feature a variety of outstanding artists, inAs press condemnation grew The assurance was given in the against the Lnflammatorj speeches — v oiced at the meeting other eL ... ernment officials indicated thai Judge ihepparo Named British Nazi group probabl • l ii .. C k „„, r ,i i ,„,.,,„ ""i be given permission again tu Jlid'je Hen Shoppaid. Imiu -time ',.. Id public rallies Governi u nt resident of Miami, practicing pedia,,, had consistent ij ar trician, and Judge ol the Juvenile gued, in response to complaints :n Court, has accepted the chairmanParliament prior to the ship for the National Cystic Fibrosis that barring it would be a i I r i drive here in South Florida. i I tree speech. m this trial." 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Poge 6-A •, foi.f Tlvridlnir Friday, luly 13 lg62 YFW Halts Hate Meeting in Georgia Vets' Hall and fnrlhripM action in <• mnectio with tMte-mongering BC'ivlUes • I By Special Report The Jewish War Veterans this veek commended the national commander of the Veterans <>f Foreign Wars lor "getting tough" with .1 VFW Host that made its meeting hall available to a hate monger group at Stone Mountain. Ga. The VFW Post had rented it> meeting facilities lo a hate group calling itself the Defensive Legion of Registered Americans for a rally headlined bj some of the country's most vitriolic hatists." including retired Admiral .1. II. Crommelin, \\ w. Burton, .Indue Lcander Perez, and Mary M. Davi Is Topics for discussion wore announced as "The American Jew Communist Conspiracy 'and "The Planned Kennedy Scheerv.a to Throw the United States inta Jewish Banker World Government" as part of the agenda, embroidCOMMANDtR BROOKS Noted Hebrew Author Lisitsky Dead in New Orleans at 77 NEW ORLEANS — iJTA) Ephraim Lisitsky. a prominent Hebrew author and poet and a pioneer in Hebrew education in this conn try. died here at the age of ". Born in Minsk, Russia, Mr. Lisitsky came to the United States in 1900. Although he earned a degree as a pharmaceutical chemist at the University of Wisconsin, he chose to devote his life to Jewish education and Hebrew literature. He came to New Orleans in 1918 where he reorganized the communal Hebrew School and served as its head for nearly 40 years. During thai time, he published ten volumes of poems, essays and translations of English and American classics. In 1959. an English translation of his autobiography, entitled "In the Grip of Cross Cur rents." was published in New York. ered with bitter attacks on the NAACP. According to JWV National Commander Theodore li Brooks, ol New York, the VFW acted immediately upon hearing from JWV of plans for the meeting. Command,, r Chi< i Robert Hansen disp ,1 a lelegram to JWV National Headquarters m Washington. The i, legram r< ads ••The commander of the Depart meiit ol Georgia has been directed bj the commander-in-chief, K< bi rt E. Hansen, to lake all steps ne< essary to prevent meetings of the Defensive Lemon of Registered America] trom being held at the VFW Meeting Hall at Stone M< lain. Ga Failure on the part ol pi st fficers to cooperate or failure on the ]\m of the department r >,i> comply with the com, hi, idirective, a v. ill be taken to cancel the charter : Post No. 52J7. Stone MOUI I Ga. "Please be assured that neil the national organization nor the Department of Georgia, VFW condone us.of VFW meeting hall.for such purposes, and use oi the VFW premisein this fashion will not be tolerated. On behalf of the commander-in-chief, we extend to the Jewish War Veterans and through them to all Jewish people our sincere apologies for the sitna lion that has arisen in connection with use of the VFW meeting hall at tone Mountain. Ga In answer to the telegram, the JWV commander wrote the VFW commander: behalf of the Jewish War ,., ... 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HXl.k'^'-j-. U HII fl WBH mm Page 10-B -JeHlstncricfiafJ Miami Youngsters Off to Camp in Israel And Six Weeks of Xultural Exchange' Michael, Joannie and David ning of a Gold Cup on July 4 at Auerbach. sons and daughters of the Wcstbrooke Country Club swim Mr. and Mrs. Dory Auerbach. of contest. Coral Gables, flew to Israel via Further athletic prowess will be 3T1 Al's flight 262 on Tuesday for exhibited by Michael, who is wina six-week summer vacation at n j ng accolades in golfing, and will Hadassim Camp on Israel's "Gold Coast"' beaches between Herzlia and Netanya. Auerbach. land developer of Dory Auerbach Assoc., and chairman of the Florida Acreage Council, and Mrs Auerbach visited Israel last summer, and as a result of their \isit have been ardent boosters of ell Israel projects, especially the identification of Jewish youth with %  el. The Auerbach children were JoinNew York for their El Al rture bj Wayne Caplan, of en. N J. Auerbach and Caplan firsl met before they were I, when they were serving ith the American Army Italian campaign Thej bond in %  i h has grown stronger thr thi years, culminating eir children, the A lerbachs and Waj ne, on this El Al flight in summer camp I %  el just celebrated his Bar ah al Temple Beth Am. followed by an unforgettable evening ;! Westbrooke Country Club, where 1 avid, aged 8'J. entertained with 8 group of American folk songs, mpanying himself on the guitar. The youngsters have a jam-packer, itinerary durins their six-week h journ in Israel, and are bringing their musical instruments ;i!ong. David, the youngest, his guitar and vocal chords; Joannie. Jl. her clarinet: and Michael. '"Bachoor Bar Mitzvah," his bas%  oon They'll be playing with the Israel Youth Symphony Orchestra.! it presenting not only American: Jewish youth and Israel youth at 1 < crr.p Hadassim, but also the youth i Greater Miami. Joannie. additionally, will compete in the Junior swimming competition in Israel—fresh from her I ry in the Greater Miami JunI • Olympic meets, and her winbe sponsored by another American. Capt. Sam Lewis, of El Al. who is age considered one of the top two golf ers in Israel today. Captain Lewis is a longstanding close friend of Capt. Leo Gardner, and they have both flown together for many years with El Al. Capt. Gardner. Southeast U.S. district manager for El Al. arranged this unusual series of events for the children. to send Southeast U.S. Jewish youth to summer camps in Israel, where they will have not only an intimate cultural exchange with Israeli youth, but will also bring the true Spirit of America to-the scholastic, athletic and cultural affairs of Israel. Capt. Gardner points out that the cost of this entire "package'' is comparable with sending youth to any top-rated camp in the U.S.. "and has all of the added advantof the exposure and intermingling of American Jewish youth with those of other cultural backgrounds—not just Israeli, but from the finest European cultures of France. Italy and England, as well." On their return, the Auerbach youngsters will participate in a concert during a music festival, playing and singing Israeli folk This s the first break-through songs, and, perhaps, some French for Gardner in his strenuous efforts songs as well. Michael, Joannie, and David Auerbach are Miami youth trailblazers on their way to Israel for a six-week stay at camp there. Israel Assn. Planning Latin Cruise UNIQUE! MAGNIFIQUE! The newly-formed Greater Miami Israel Assn. will elect officers during a Sunday morning breakfa-t meeting at the Miami Beach home of Leonard Solomon, according to %  temporary chairman Maurice Revitz. Other temporary officers include Jack s. Popick B< i Essen, Sidney Ai sin, MrMax Weitz. Ben Frank enstein, Fred Shochet, Rabbis Mayer Abramowitz, Leon Kronish, Irvii Lehrman and David Shapiro. and Akiva Goffer and Gerald Schwartz. The Zim L'rtes luxury liner will sail from Miami on Nov. 8 for a 12-day tour of Caribbean ports on a mission of peace, Reviti said. "We consider ourselves an unofficial auxiliary to the United States Peace Corps, which is only appropriate, since Jerusalem means city of peace," he asserted. Reservations for the tour an being accepted at the Zim office, %  iiiT Lincoln rd. Golfer, vice president of the shipping line, pointed on! that iml> :;oo i-cr-ons will be taken on the cruise, whereas the Jerusalem carries up to 570 passengi rs on some transatlantic sailPlans for the l%2 Caribbean cruise of the SS Jerusalem, sponsored by the Greater Miami Israel '.--II will be completed during the '"tv ,. Sunday session. Essen P r;,| '< 1 '"' establishment o f the Greater Miami Israel Assn. "There has long been a need for a Vice President Named non-political, non-fund raising organization, whose only purpose is Kenneth Myers Miami attorney, aiding the State of Israel in any has been elected vice president of I and every way without specific Mt. N'ebo Cemetery, it was an-1 membership requirement-." he nounced thi week. : said. KING ARTHURS COURT The SINGING STRINGS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART BRUNS, Co-Ownoi Its apparent that Dons Day isn't in agreement with the baseball umpires call in this New York Yankee duqout scene from That Touch of Mink," laugh-loaded romanUc comedv wJ n TK tS £? \ 6 ? Qt the Carib Miami Miracle and T 6 3rd Street Theatres. Above are Roger Maris the inHrm n lackey Mantle. Cary Grant, and Yogi Bend 9 ^ flagler-Granda Sisterhood Sisterhood ( ,f Flagler-Granada Jewish Center held ,. card party on Tuesday evening al the Center rridcy. J11I7 13, 1962 -Miracle Worker 1 Leaves You With Lump in Throat By MARILYN K. SMITH "The Miracle Worker." shortly to open at Florida State Theatres here, has a fantastic effect. Starring Anne Bancroft as Annie Sullivan and newcomer Patty Duke as Helen Keller, the film tells the world-renowned story of how light was brought into the dark world of a deaf-mute girl. The United Artists film, produced by Fred C'oe and directed by Arthur Penn. moves along without error. The cast is superbly selected, also featuring Victor .lory as Helen Keller's father. Inga Swenson as her mother, and Kathleen Comegys. For a technicolor-happy populace that may by now believe black-and-white photography it drab, the s'artling lesson will be that only monochrome could make the grade here as a truly effective translation of William G ; bson's famous stage play. In effect, it enhances audience acceptance of an unseeing, colorless world. Parti Duke excitingly portrays the deaf, blind mute, who twitches, pounds, paws grunts and bites like a tormented animal awaiting her release Devoted Annie Sullivan, in the guise of Anne Bancroft, ar rives on the scene, Inexperienced,' but full of determination, skill, pat ience and a refreshing sense of humor. Gaining the child's confidence, losing it, struggling for obedience. always spelling into the little hand and hoping the word will be translated into meaning—these are Annie's hazards experienced in a human obstacle course marked by pitying but loving parents and aunt, who spoil and pamper Helen. and a sarcastic half-brother. How an act at home triggers a childhood memory, and how that memory explodes into its correlated word, is for the viewer to experience in all its glory For Helen's awakening gives a feeling ol great exaltation—of a personal and triumphant victory Alter recognizing and identifying countless things, Helen reaches oul for An nie, eager to know ho she is Annie spells out t-e-a-c-h-e-r." And if hat doesn't leave you with a melon ', zed lump in the middle of your throat, nothing ever will. "The Miracle Worker." with mils ic bj Laurence Rosenthal, opens by Laurence Rosenthal. opens Wednesday Julj 18, al the Olyml"a Beach Gables and Shores Theatres in Greater Miami, and at Florida Stati Theatres in Hollywood, Fl Lauderdale, and Wesl Palm Beach TV Station Names Gibson Robert L. 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\ay. July 13, 1985 +Jm4s§i Mnnfrffor Page 3-A \lgeria Jewish Exodus Reaches Flood Proportion [AHIS(J7A) — Algerian Jews .„,,. ,,i t o Algeria before the Mn-/< m state became indcleot, D00dd France in such i| HI> •.(•• %  ily ai to create Ettaim I'' %  rroblems for both %  ch and .hwish welfare agenthe Fond Social Juif Unifie, the principal French Jewish welfare a9ency, was in Algeria, seeking to help arrange for the transfew days before the indepe.ndate. at least haif of Al> 125.0CC Jews had fled to ice. The exodus continued deport o* children. Hundreds of children arrived before the independence date and Jewish authorities said the total might reach 3,000 before the end of the year. I port at the close of :. two-day meeting (if the Standing Conference on European Jewish Community Services. and special treatment for many social cases. Other needs, he reported, were provision of collective housir.T for aged refugees who had no relatives and for children whose families currently art unable to care for fh*m. Jewish organizations. Funds will I).' used to open new synagogues, afternoon Hebrew schools, courses of Jewish religious Instruction and religious Ln-titutions, M. Samuel also pointed out that Dr. Astorre Mayer, of Milan, president of the Standing Confer ence. reported that Jewish communities of seven European countries had contributed $150,000 to a joint fund sponsored by the Conthe social problems created by re: One hundred and fifty Jewish ference to help Algerian and North settlement were particularly acute effort*, of Algerian leaders child refugees were placed in Jew African Jewish refugees Confer among the Algerian Jewish refu .in., them to >tay with assur'sh communal institutions in Strasenee delegates also were told that gees "because they have always bourg and the Fonds Social Juif %  t ne Swiss Jewish Federation and led a traditional and religious life."' Unifie was making special efforts ,ne Copenhagen Jewish community For that reason, he said. French to arrange similar facilities in hau offered to take care of AlgerJewry considered the main probParis and other centers. The ian Jewish children in sum m e r lems of aid to be in the religious of personal security. |ewish peteitta unable to arthen cwn immediate denture wet* hastening to send irir child?eto France. A repentativ* c' the Joint DistribuCommrttee, working with trstoia Praises iL for Branch ise Assistance ins the fateful daj nch, recently con art in plotting the fcbiiif he Ernes Congre I L'X, ;ii'..l now sen s j sentence on two I jul> %  Branch will also nried i i %  bombing back in : ., %  • %  • house of I > • Shoe ,, i The Miami Her your c'tica with informaas to II-IS investigation." replj %  behall of the Florpegiona Ifice, Perimutter said "For -... \ the readineas ami lity ill .. private agency to Offer resourct in matters of this without principled, concern land effective law enforcement lials, thi -lory rarely has a by ending In Dad( < inty, we are indeed ortunati ( mm unity for having BOOd • and fine staff to am further the interests the pecph building* on the outskirts of Paris camps and private homes, formerly, used by the Alliance Israelite I'niverseile Teachers Seminary have been prepared to receive several hundred Jewish children and work is in preparation on other sues. An official of the central Jewish welfare agency in France reported that an estimated -to.oou to 45.000 Jews have bee-i among the Algerians pouring into France in the last few weeks, .lulien Samuel. executive director of the Fonds Social Juif Unifie, made the reM. Samuel told the conference meeting that while tha A'-ierian Jewish newcomers would benefit from new French legslation for repatriates, some groups of the Jewish refugees had special and urgent needs which the French Jewish community would have to meet. He discussed the severe material difficulties which the FSJU was facing, including the need to provide temporary lodging for the refugees, care for the children and the aged and cultural areas. He said it was considered imperative to provide -ucb facilities as synagogues, religious classes and schools to avert lisorgan'zation among the refugees ind to speed their integration into French Jewish life. The French Clue! Rabbinate an nounced that it would launch a special religious fund to enable it to provide for the religious needs if the refugees. The fund plan vas announced at a conference of French and Algerian consist. Mies uid representatives of traditional ^*r^r/r^r***/VVVVVyvVVV>^ FREE ISRAEL BOOK 45 PICTURES AND MAP OF ISRAEL WITH PURCHASE OF YUBAN THE SIMCHA COFFEE AT YOUR LOCAL STORE or Enclose label from Instant Yuban or snip of tin wraparound from Regular Yuban with your name and address and send to JEWISH FLORIDIAN P.O. Box 2973 Main Post Office Miami 1, Fla. fct YERYNiGHT IXCIPT SUNDAY m 7>*? NO MINORS Y-. June)-Sept. 15 progress report STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, CONDITION 1962 ASSETS Cash On Hand and In Banks $ 5,495,956.74 United States Gov't. Bonds 16,249,468.23 $ 21.745,424.97 First Mortgage Loans .... 156,216,640.15 Federal Home Loan .. 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.iday. July 13. 1962 • 'Jewish ikrMian Tag* 5-A Miami Fireman Revealed as Arch Anti-Semite •T* iB DAVID CATiMAN atsman Will lead Pledge [edemp+ion Unit pie Ige redemp• "ei headed by Dat Id has %  %  en announced by : president of the Miami ,Ie ish Federation •-:• %  c imfittee Includes e> %  :i. Leo Eirenstein, Leon -h Gardner. Ben Ciller, • I Smith. Joseph Cohen. Sid•\ Lefcourt. Sam A. Goldstein. .:• %  .1 Heiman, Emesl Jams. Kane. Leon Kaplan, and hn Temple. The committee has the duty :f accelerating payments on r^edjes normally ma:'e through:uf the year • :> that ihe funds :on be made available to Federa*.c-i aoencies more quickly," ex: o.wd Catsman, who added: 'This need applies particularly overseas agencies, "here rescue %  -.d resettl) men) problems have own increasingly critical i Fi h ration committee is in 'ion with a rational effort I J{ % %  :. sh Appeal to pro. immediate SS5.000.000 for rsea needs w ell known attorney er is currently secre!er Miami Jew ish Dade county law enforcement authorities are off the record say1 in that the anti-Semitism of War-! ren C. Chapman makes Donald ; Branch smell like a rose. Chapman is the man who posted \ bond for two members of the Amer-; ican Nazi Party on Monday. The i duo. Roger C. Foss and Gene Shaj lander, were last week arrested on j Flagler St.. while picketing the offices of the Anti Defamation League of B'nai B'rith in the Sey-, bold Building. Foss and Shalander had been taken into "protective custody" after being threatened by a crowd of several hundred persons But this almost immediately turned into arrest on charges of dis'urbing the peace, assaulting a police officer, inciting to i riot, and possible vagrancy. Chapman, a City of Miami fire man. posted S2.so Monday for Foss and $150 for Shalander. A waiting car then spirited them away Chapman, of 2789 SW 30th ct., Miami, said be represented a group (if •interested citizens." and that the monej was raised by donations The Miami fireman is well-known to police here, who had been listed i as a defense witness for Branch. now serving six years for the attempted bombing of Anshe Ernes Congregation, and due to stand trial July 23 in the bombing last February of the home of Don Shoetis see it Continued from Page 4-A issible in Miami'' Doesn't B nth observe the Sad Please investigate adame, 1 have, and can n i n • from w B. Yeats: "TurnI turning in the widening '' he falcon cannot hear the Things fall apart; th. cannot hold; Men' an loosed upon the world, "l dimmed tide is loosed, rywhere The ceremonj innocence is drowned; The %  < lack all conviction, wl • ret Are full of passionate '• "> .'' And so It is it • onsistency of oppositi I ci nsistently plague us maker, editor of the Miami Herald. Chapman, however, was never called to testify. Law enforcement authorities, both in the Police Department and State Attorney's Office, refuse to be quoted, but they've alreadyhad enough experience with Chapman to know the extent of his virulent anti-Semitism. The story leaked out late Tuesday, when a reporter for the .Miami News. Milt Sosin. met with a sharp anti-Semitic tirade from Chapman While under questioning by police. Chapman called President Kennedy a "traitor." He told the News reporter that he was not a member of the American Naii Party, but supported their views "because they are the only organization which : lands up against the Zionist conspiracy." Chapman also admitted being a friend of Branch, and was initially questioned by police here after intelligence units of the department learned that he had made requests for American Nazi Party literature. Chapman explained that Kennedy is a "traitor" because he is a "liberal." and "all liberals are part of the Zionist-Communist conspiracy." Chapman based his anti-Semitic views on the discredited forgery. "Protocols of the Elders of Zion." When told that the forgery was subsequently repudiated by Henry : Ford, who first reproduced it in his Dearborn Independent back in the early 1920*8, Chapman was quoted as saying: "I don't believe ; it. I never heard of any such thing. I believe what I read in the book is true." Meanwhile, a new wrinkle entered into the case, when the Florida 1 Civil Liberties Union announced this week that it had been request[ ed to represent one of the Nazis. Tobias Simon, general counsel for FCLU. did not specify which one. He said the organization refused Simon said that his organization investigated the picketing activities of Foss and Shalander before the Seybold Building on July 3, "and that when addressed by a police officer of the City of Miami, (they) had 'clobbered' the policeman, in the words several eyewitnesses." Said Simon; "The American Sail Party is an odious and reprehensible extension of totalitarian philosophy. Nevertheless, their right to freedom of speech, including the right to picket, as guarantee-' by the First Amendment, must be protected for the sake of the freed • r II of all other Americans. However, the First Amendment guarantees of freedom of speech do not BXtend to taking physical action against lawfully-constituted authorities, which in this case were the Police of the City of Miami Simon said that "the failure >f the Nazis to picket peacefully has removed him from the area where the Florida Civil Liberties Union can defend his right o: I ( xpression Mass. Passes Sunday Law Continued from Page 1-A Council's social action.committee. According to Rabbi Fox. (iu\ Yolpe. who was out of the state, had the new bill "rushed" by the State Police, so that the measure could become law after Lt. Gov. McLaughlin signed it. Calling for a Statewide referendum on a proposed amendment permitting Sabbath-observer"O keep their businesses open Sur IJ if they close Saturdays. Rabbi said efforts should be made first to get the Legislature to re srse itself. The Legislature killei in amendment favored by observant Jews and other Sabbatarians, thus discrimnating against 250.000 Jews and other Sabbatarians. Rabb. F \ declared. |LoccI Doctors re R3e!octed Kovnat, I II .1 Robi "' v en %  i hip mi the na of trustees %  %  I Fellow hip it • .. oi thi rganization go 111. thf Ami ri of the Israel \ -n Some 3. : t the I n are members %  Vmericai Physicians Fel •hip. which is dedicated to rat I a major world med• 'liter. The annual meeting of the orI vas held during the reI Dal convention in Chi £ %  go of The American .Medical -r. The Centennial Of The Jewish Military Chaplaincy The appointment of Rabbi Jacob Frankel. ( n September 18, 1862, as the first Jewish military chaplain was a milestone in the Blow struggle to attain the ideals embodied in the Constitution of the United States. In signing Frankel's commission, Presi• Abraham Lincoln swept away the .. %  obstacle to equality for Judaism in PI ... religious life. At the outbreak of the Civil War. <' I passed a law designa ntment of chaplains by the rei mei immander on a vote of the officers ol ment. However, the law—and here -iii, pro id< d that the chaplain ... ularly ordained mil an denominate n." Th plicit discrimii i n-Cht tians, soon I" came a hotlypublic issue. Tl egoveri whether J th Christia % %  %  • r a. Rabbi Arnold Fishel, whose own application for a chaplain's commission had been denied because of the law. laid the matter before Abraham Lincoln. A fi-w days later Lincoln wrote to the rabbi; "I find then' are several particulars in %  the present law ... is supposed to be deficient ... I shall try to have a new law broad enough to cover what is desired by you :n behalf of the Israel iti was as good as his word. Congress passed a new law in 1862 whose sole requirenv nl was that a chaplain bi a' n %  %  ular irdaini I minister of some religious denomination." Today, a hundred years later, commemorating the removal of this last bar to complete religious equality, another President, John F. Kennedy, writes; "It great ; %  asure to join i bration of I I he establisht of thi right of rabbis to sen e :is I Foi the United States. These hundred years have been marked by the service, d< • • %  tion and valor of our Jewish Chap i limes of war and pi ace." P.LORULARO COMPANY .ISTABLISHEO 17BO A -.;,. ;,--:.; %  > f= First w th the Finest Cigaretlti through Lorillard research



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Fcge 16-A •JfnistfkrMfor Friday, July 13, |gJ Federation Moves to Establish Special Foundation In a scries of rapid-fire developments, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation moved boldly and imaginatively this week to form a community foundation for securing of legacies and bequests to assure long-range strengthening ind development here. The move breaks unplowed philanthropic ground insofar as Greater Miami is concerned, although Federation is drawing on the experience of numerous other American Jewish communities. The fast-movirvj t e r i e I of • vents began last week with the appointment of a long range development committee, headed by Stanley C. Myers, which unanimously recommended to the Federation executive committee the "immediate initiation" of a community foundation. Meeting in an historic session only a few days later, the executive committee discussed the proposal from every angle — and voted unanimously for establish, inent of the foundation. Joining president Sidney l.efcourt ; in the action were Sidney Ansin. Jerome Blank. Sam Blank. David ICatsman, Irving Cypen, Leo Eiseni stein. Samuel Friedland. Sam Hei | man. Ernest Janis. Leon Kaplan. ICal Kovens, Ben Meyers. A. J. j Molasky, Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. :Max Orovitz. Jacob Sher, Harold lThurman. and Carl Weinkle. The executive committee also named Circuit Judge Irving Cypen as head of a subcommittee charged with the responsibility of drawing up an organizational plan for the foundation The action of Federation resulted from a long and painstaking study of th.' effect of community foundations in other parts of the country, and of the prospects for such a foundation in Greater Miami. "Fourteen of the 15 largest Jewish communities in the United States have already welldeve'oped proqrams," Myers said, "either through the aegis cf separate community foundations or separate legacies and bequests pr'.Tims of their Federations and central agencies. Many smaller Jewish communities have also developed programs for legacies and bequests." The long range development comI mittee pointed out that the Cleveland community, through its leg1 acies and bequests program, has more than S6.000.000—and is se> curing annually SI.000.000 to $1.500.000 Philadelphia, which had |up until this past year more than S3 500.000 in endowment funds, has added over S6.000.000 more through letters .if intent in the past few months. Chicago has over 'SI 1.000.000 in its capital and endowment funds Baltimore boasts j more than S9.000.000. "Community foundations offer 'contributors the opportunity of making a gift which will not only 1 endure through their lifetimes, but (after death." Myers declared. Funds raised by such a foundation are used for purposes from which regular campaign funds are barred. 'Money raised in annual campaigns is used for actual operating expenses. Foundation funds would be used for special studies, research projects, and to assist in capital improvement programs, to mention three txamplMv-.l %  said. Campaign hinds a. for the day-to-day oi A community services. \ irvlationl funds go directly into tiding community s future. Fourdations are set up for th purpose of securing outrighil gifts, bequests and sgacits through wills, trust funds, l.i, income contracts, insurar\ce pc | cies, and annuity contracts. Contributors also become e' ble tor considerable tax saving. rhrov.ifi their lifetime* and to their $. | tates. Myers" committee e\ belief that "the needs of inunity can probably best if the foundation is i ly incorporated organiza; lated to Federation, but separate board of trustThese and othir dot-., worked out in the I tions to conn from Ji. Mib committee sed tbj .cot serve! nn r wit! • ill Two Israel Rabbis Arrested • Continued from Page 1A three years ago. when the eld( r man feared that the boy's parents. Alter and Ida Schumacher, would not give him a sufficiently Orthodox education. The boy was later spirited out of Israel by unknown persons, and was found living in Brooklyn last week. He has now been reunited with his parents in Holon. a suburb of Tel Aviv. The head of Israel's security services — whose name is never used publicly — reported fully to. the Israel Cabinet on Sunday about the Yossele Schumacher case The entire regular, weekly meeting of the Cabinet was devoted to thai irt. and to questions by the 1 1 1 i.i the Cal Cabinet e x p r essed I g! praise fur the security services for ieving the 10-year-old boy irding to a spokesman the Cabinet, the securitj chief n vealed many, heretofore unpubliI details connected with the c;.-< ol the boy who was abducted in 1959, after zealously Orthodox persons feared that his parents would not educate him with sulliciently strict Orthodoxy The security chief described activities by "fanatic factions" involved in the case, told of some anti-Government actions by some parsons. He implicated a famous Hassidic Rcbbc. "Many of the disclosures were most revealing, and not known publicly despite the spate of publicity given the case," said the spokesman. 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Page 4-B +.kistfhridFfon Friday, July 13, icg 2 TOP HIGH SOWH YOUTH TODAY: PART 2 \JHkkmJ JHacLy 'Vic tire fgut t re Mrs. Zena harman, wife of Israel Ambassador lo the United States, Avraham Harman, is assisted by three El Al stewardesses as she plants the first Israeli gladioli on the Israel Embassy grounds in Washington. New Variety of Israel-Grown Gladiola May Challenge Capital's Cherry Blossom By Special Report WASHINGTON —In the national capital this week ihere is growing a new underground movement Which goes .-traight to the r oots cl one of Washington's most cherished traditions. If successful, the movement will come out into the open some time this summer with colorful rallies all over the city, and may well grow into a threat to the firmlyentrenched position of the cheiT) blossom as Washington's major tpring attraction. Behind the movement iIsrael's national airline. El Al. which is flying in a large shipment of gladiola bulhs from Israel on the occasion of the opening of its new effice in the capital. Boxes of the bulbs, said to grow into an extra hardy and wilt-resistant variety of bloom ideally suited to the hot and humid Washington summer, were STARRING not a powder, not a crystal,' but a HE W detergent! Hew Fab is power-blasted) tinder more than 300 pounds of pressure. This compresses cleaning energy in every tiny bead and gives New Fab penetrating power to get your toughest wash not just surface clean—but CLEAN CLEAR THROUGH! KOSHER PARVE 'PRODUCT OF COUiATE-PALMQuvi distributed to the more than 500 invited guests and friends attending a special reception at the Israel Embassy here. Attending the reception were commerce and trade representatives of the Governments of Israel and the I'nited States, as well as those Of countries along the airline's route network, in addition to Washington civic leaders and representatives of the travel and aviation industries. El Al's oflice here is the eighth El Al branch to be established in the I'nited States. It will be the airline's service and information center for the nation's capital. Baltimore, and the states of Virginia, West Virginia and North Carolina Leonard L .Morris, formerly with Kl Al's eastern regional sales staff m New York, will manage the Washington office. Preceding the reception. Mrs. Zena Harman. wife of the Israel Ambassador to the I'nited States. assisted by three Kl Al steward' &ses, planted the first Israel gladiola on the Embassy grounds. Mizrachi Names New Director By Special Report NEW YORK—Maurice Lipian. of Brooklyn. NY. has been named executive director of the Mizrachi Women's Organization of America. it was announced here bj Mrs Moses Dyckman, national president of the women's religious Zionist i rganization. For eight years Lipian was associated in pivotal executive capacities with the American Joint Distribution Committee, initially serv ing from HUT to 1SM9 as director for Bavaria, Germany, where he administered a program providing assistance to some so.ooo displaced i" rsons. From 1955 to 1960, in a second tour of duty for the Joint Distribution Committee, he served as country director for Iran. Early in I960, Lipian was transferred to Austria, in the capacity of country director, where his responsibilities included the administration of programs of welfare assistance to the Austrian Jewish community, and to needy Jewish escapees from countries behind the Iron Curtain. By ISABEL GROVE Mathematical wizard Mich Be I Machtey belongs to the "New Breed" of students. Exempted from some courses during Ins senior year at Coral Gables High to take college level calculus and physics at the University of Miami, one ol his p ors reported that "Michael's math ematical aptitude and conceptual maturit> compare most favorablj with the IH^I ol the graduate students currently enrolled at the university." Even earlier, in the 1961 summer program in mathematics ;i t Kenyon College, Gambier, 0 Michael's treatment of a theorem m modern mathematics was. "in understand inand in clarity of presentation ... at a verj high level, compar ing favorably with that ol most graduate students of mathematics." Concluded the professor at Kenyon, '•] have no hesitation in asserting that Michael Machtey is one ol the nation's most promising high school mathematicians But Michael's is no onesided intellectualism. He was fourth on the list of graduating seniors at Coral Gables High in Jun rankI ing highest in their class. He has taken honors in English, history, German, physics, biology, algebra and geometry, as well as in scientific chemistry, science and mathematics. Winner of the 1962 Miami Herald's Silver Knight for mathematics, and a finalist in (he 21st annual Westinghouse Science talent search, slim, serious Michael will enter Reed College. Oregon, in September on a four-year scholar ship. "Reed is a small liberal arts col tege with an outstanding mathematics and science department." Michael explains his choice. '"I'm hoping that while studying there I'll be able to make a definite %  between a c areer In medical science or pure mathematical research." For the summer. Michael, who lor two years worked part time as a pathology research assistant at the University of Miami medical school, has followed Dr. Jon Straumfjord to Birmingham. Ala.. to continue with him there. As far back as 1959, Michael, now 18, invented and built Ponce de Leon Junior High School's only electronic analog computer. Capable of solving multiplication and square root problems at the touch of a button, the machine won an honorable mention at the 1960 South Florida Science Fair. A year later at the Fair, Mich ael's exhibit m pure mathematics earned a Special Merit Award. and in 1962 he won an "Excellent" for "New Analytical Techniques ol Microelectrophoresis Applied to in teraction of Antibodies with Human Erythrocytes Local and national recognition in mathematics and scientific research followed the wiuz with figures all through high school. He has received honor certificates and awards from Future Engineers ol America. Future Scientists of America. National Merit Scholarship Program, the College of the University of Chicago. National Association of Secondary-School Principals. Heart Association of Greater YOU GET MORE CALLS WHEN YOUR PHONE IS ALWAYS ANSWERED • ban J5 per week for a full time Telephone Secretary ANSWERITE, INC. TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE Phone JEfferson 8-0721 MICH All MACHTCY math whit Miami, and Coral Cables Chamber ol Commerce. .lust before graduation, Michael triumphed over 5,000 other Florida students and captured first place in 1962 National High School Math ematics Contest, and also was one of the finalists in the National Science Talent Search Contest which won him a $250 scholarship and a trip to Washington. D.C. From his record, it would be easy to assume that self-sufficient Michael would have no interest in anything but scientific pursuits, but he denies this quite emphatically. Five ft. 9, and wiry, Michael says "I love boating, swimming and skin-diving and spend as much time with my friends in these sports as I can. I also write a good deal, even humorous poetry, using my own cartoons and photographs I have taken for illustrations." chess and bridge are games Mi chael enjoys very much, and his interest in electronics is extended to his hobbies, hi-fi and ham radio In hiextra-curricula activities. Michael served as a representative oj the Student Council, vice presi dent ol the Doctorate Associate Research Societj. co captain of the siienee team, and received a sen ice Award of Honor from the' school. And what are this young's scientist's views on the atom bomb and the possibility Ol a nuclear war'' "We must speak out for peace," he says "I am not foolish enough to suggest disarmament for us while Russia and other countries build stockpiles of nuclear weapons, but voices must be raised for peace. Otherwise, it will seem 1 that no (.ne disapproves of war. "I believe the United States must strengthen its propaganda, which at present doesn't com pare to Russia's, so that eventually world opinion will demand unilaterial disarmament as the only means to maintain peace as against the alternative of suicidal extermination." Son of Nathan and Ethel Mach ley. of 443-1 SW 13th si Michaels lather, his greatest admirer, is an NOW You Can Drink All The load Tea You Want WITHOUT Gaining A Single Ounce 4-Oz.-S!:e Bottie Only 75Q At leading Pood Storti ,rt director with Bishopric, Green and Ficlden. advertising concern, Mis mother, a I.inner school teacher, has always encour; ,| Michael to read widely, allowing bim complete free l a if choice. Benita, 21, Michael's -,stor. a n in elemental*} educal in a' the • |. sit) ot Florida, is working t| .^ summer at WTVJ. Next Week: Ann Grdnhouse, Miami Senior High, '62. 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' elfewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY ;me 35 — Number 28 Miami, Florida. Friday. July 13. 1962 Two Sections — Pries 20* rgentine Chief Downgrades Anti-Semitism PLANS REVEALED FOR 'HOLY WAR' AGAINST STATE Rabbis Arrested in Yossele Battle Item SUSPtNDtD ritish Bigot itirs Interest JERUSALEM—(JTA)—On suspicion that they had been involved in the hiding of 10-year-old Yossele Schumacher from his parents, two young rabbis were arrested by police in Bnai Brak. a town near Tel Aviv, known for its Yeshivot and ultra-Orthodoxy. Haim Weisner, 23. one of the — — ~ m BRITAIN wtmt' PAGf 11-4 ON'DON — i JTA — The case D Jordan, a Coventry school I her who is the leader of the National Socialist movecontinued to excite the inof members <>f Parliament. leading Sunday newspapers. i rs of British Jewry. Jororganization, which held an Si mitic rally in Trafalgar last Sunday, has been i • ned by many memiament, and the teach. suspended from hi-. I i Iltrj W here the rd iprobing appealed to the Va "i Teachers to sup• aii si dismissal by school beard His his anti Jewish pro• n sharply attack* • editi rials in the leading -papers, including the %  graph, Sundaj ObservIs Nev s. • Kenriques, chairman Continued on Page 10-A Of ral inarrested, is the son of the dean of the llachraoy Lublin Y/eshiva, and a son-in-law of the late Rabbi Mcislich of Jerusalem. whose name had earlier been connected with the abduction of Yossele Schumacher. The second rah-' hi arrested, habbi Maklef, is also 23. Yossele remained hidden Monday by his parents in a resting place ''somewhere in Israel." He was scheduled to appear in the Jerusalem District Court in a case involvir-1 his abduction, but was excused at least for the time being. He had been subpoeaned at the request of attorneys for Zalman and Rifka Kutt, an Orthodox couple involved in his case. But the attorney for the Schumacher family got the court to excese the boy on the grounds that a Government psychiatrist opposed the court appear -nee at this time as possibly harmful to the child. Tin rity < hief, mi etinj Men i lib rs of Israi li dail> n< ;pap< rs said thai the abduc '. rs ii Yossele hail considered ha> operation performed on the boy, to prevent his identi :n ition. The suggestion thai the plastic operation had already been performed was used bj his abduc tors in an attempt to blackmail State Dep't. Views Policy On Financial Aid to Nasser '•'•!' \ I'! A American asi stance lo the imted Arab lie would nut increase Nasser's capability to import arms from bloc, nor would withholding assistance decrease thai capaAssistant Secretary .if jONSPIR ACY' SEEN raw. Passes \unday Law N — (JTA) — GOV. John Volpe and Lt. Oov. Edward F. ILaughlin, Jr. were accused by -'i leader here of "conspirto smuggle" into State law an lended Sunday Blue Law measM'hich has been passed by the lure with "religious prejagalnsi Sabbath-observing ftorities, including Jews. Mr. aughlin signed the measure week, making it effective. the accusation was voiced by Samuel J. Fox. vice pre-i of the .Massachusetts Council tabbis, who is chairman of the Continued on Page 5-A Frederick G Dutton declared here. !n a letter addressed to Rep Leonard Parbstein, New York Democrat, the Assistant Secretary asserted that charges that Egypt would have to divert money from domestic needs to pay for Russian arms were "not valid." He said £gypt had "an excess of unused Soviet credits upon which to draw." %  The State Department, said Mr. Dutten, recognizes "Israel's deep concern with the issues • rising from the Arab-Israel problem." However, he added that "prospects for its settlement and for stability in the region as a whole are improved, if the countiies involved are assisted to pursue their legitimate .loals for economic development." Mr Dutton said that "by demonstrating American interest and support for the UAR's efforts for economic development, i.iere will be a stronger foundation on which Continued on Page 9-A certain religious personalities in Israel into continuing to work against the boy's return, the security chief declared According to the head of the security service, the abductors had not intended at any time to return the boy to Israel, as their main objective was a "holy war" against the State. The ultra Orthodox groups involved in the Schumacher Case, whd were said to have headquarters in New York. Jerusalem. London and Switzerland, were alleged to be engaged in a wide anti Israeli plot and to have acted iu;iin>t the incorporation of Jerusalem in th Jewish State. Yossele was hidden by his grandather, Nachman Starkes, nearly Continued on Page HA Willowy and brown-eyed Judith Mazor, "Miss Israel 1S62," arrives on El Al 707 jet at New York International Airport. She will represent Israel in the Miss Universe compeiition to be held in Miami Beach on Saturday. (See story, Page IB.) Cabinet Hears Complete Report On Red Spy Soblen's Ouster JTA—By Direct Teletype Wire JERUSALEM— Robert A Soblen, the convicted sp> who fli Israel t.> avoid serving a life sentence, did not ask permission to reD in Israel under the Lav. of Return, bul even if he had. it would have been refused him. interior Minister Moshe Shapiro declared lues laj in the Knesset, In ;i reply to questions by Communist deputies the Interior Minister said deportation of Soblen in line wilh the government's ilit j ,i ainsl i iving a hav n to criminals from other countries He led that Soblen was not expell( dures for their cliei To cntrider the Law ol Return bul ., : %  the law dealing with illi %  • %  •. He also stated thai the exi ulsn n u as nol an a< I of extradition to the United stateas one i.i ihe (I 'puties had implied. In reference to criticism that •he expulsion action was for a seriously sick person, the minister disclosed that Soblen was subjected to a physical examination, before he was expelled, which found him fit to travel. i The minister also told the Knesset that Soblen's attorney had three full days in which to seek Supreme Couri stay, and that it ,,nol tin I un< Hi n oi his ministry to advise al orneys pre ics ho said hat Soblen had bee!-, i spelled during a ten daj deter tii n order issued bj an Israeli tral Mr Shapiro replied thai the police were empowered to hold .i man to ; he prescril ed eten tii n per.ml. but that thev wen nol ol ligated to do so. Soblen tried to commit suicide aboard the plane taking him from Israel, and the plane landed in Britain where the spy was taken to a hospital where he is now awaiting the outcome of a writ on a requesl for 8 habeas corpus hearing. Ignores Tally Of Violence In 50 Cases OUST BIGOTRY ARUMBURU SPtAKS PAGE 10-4 PACE ?2-4 BUENOS AIRES — (JTA. — A cader ol one of Argentinamajor >oIitical parties charged this week hat in Ihe lace of more than 50 inti-Semitic incidents in Argentina p recent months. Police Chief •li racio Green made "imprudent itatements" and charges thai -ome if the incidents were fictitious The charges were made by Silvano Santander, a leading member if the Union Civico Radical del Pueblo Party, who also endorsed Interior Minister CarloAdn gue's announcement thai exri mis) organizations would V outlawed bul expressed dim':.;that Dr Adrogue could carrj >ul 'hat pledge In reply to a question as to whether he mcar.t to imp'y that there was Naii and Fascist infiltration in the Government apparatis and security services, he said that "for one thing, the police chief makes it known that he does not agree with the thinking of Dr. Adrogue." He then accused the police chief of declaring that two specific incidents were "false." The incidents were the abduction and torture of 19-year-old Graciela • ta, .. .ii wish college student, who had a swastika carved >n her body with a razor wielded ol tluthree thugs who attacked her. and a similar attack >:i a youth named Horaldo ii Uessanro, who had swastikas cul into his face b> unknown thugs, li:mi I ,s Jewish. Sr Sam rider said flal • that then .'.,.governm< nt i :"y Continued on Page 8-A HQaUi. fl^J for "more time" lo he spiritual leaders Page 12 A \ %  —— %  i Ex Nazi Up Before W. German Jury LEADING SWISS JEW TESTIFIES JTA—Direct Teletype Wire PAGE 2 A FRANKFURT — The prosecution and defense completed their presentations Tuesday in the trial of Otto Hunsche. 50. a former wartime aide to Adolf Eichmann charged with complicity in the murder Of 1,200 Hungarian Jews in 1944. The prosecution demanded a term of life imprisonment at hard labor lor Hunsche. the stiffest penalty for maximum West Herman law. crimes under The prosecution had contended that Hunsche, as an attorney, had been closely connected with Eichmann's office, the Gestapo's Bureau for Jewish Affairs, and had knowledge of the Naii plan for the "final solution" of the Jewish s tuition. It stressed that in 1*41 he had taken part in the Wansee conference at which mass mirder of Jews was decided on as "the final solution" Dr A Alterrser. Hunsche's defen-e counsel, asked for acquittal, contending that there was "default Ol proof" of the charges He added that Hunsche had already served two years when he was convicttci by a Recklinghausen court in 1947 for his activities as a member of the Gestapo. A sidelight of the final day of Continued on Pace 11-A



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Page 10-A 9-Jen 1st fhr*09fl Friday, July 13. 1962 Jack Jenkins Succeeds Judge Friedman As B'nai B'rith District 5 President By Special Report MIAMIANS WIN AWARDS PAGE 2-4 by 500 delegates, concluded on the eve of Jul) 4 at a banquet session WASHINGTON—Jack J. Jenkins. foI !u installation of now officers Washington business and civic 1)r u/iUiam A. Wexler. of Savanleader. was elected president of nah Ga a m ember 0 f the B'nai B'nai B'rith District 5 at the orB .j,h international board of govganization's 86th annual convenern0 rs, presided. tion here ln a kev address to the convenJtnkins. who served this year as UIM tne abusive nature of much of president-elect of the six-state At, n( cr ,ticisni heaped on the Sulaniic Coast district, moves up inp,onu Court lor its school prayer to the tup position of the memberdecision was deplored by Label A ship from Maryland to Florida. K ll7 president of B'nai B'rith. as AJComm. Urges Bigotry Ouster from Argentina He succeeds retiring president. Judge Milton A. Friedman, who is prominent in civic and legal circles in Miami. a disturbing demonstration of irreligious behavior in the name of religion." K a I z condemned •'provocative slanders" directed at the Court. .Unkins. who is general manager p ar ticularl\ by public officials of Kinsman Optical Co.. and vice wno invoke the name of God while president of the Parkwood Optirearing down respect for the ju nans of Wellington, served as the ( diciary and the traditional separa1962 treasurer of the Washington y 0 „ of povvl rs „, our governmental Intel faith committee. He is a f <""-' process." mtr president of the Virginia State Hc sa ,d that "to accuse the Court | Assn of B'nai B'rith. and served of promoting atheism.' of acting among other capacities as a memwithout conscience,' of declaring ber of the Virginia regional ad God unconstitutional.' or of 'keep visory board of the Anti-Defama,„g one eye on the Kremlin.* is tion League of B'nai B'rith. c | ear Iy to bear false witness." The convention also elected Mau"Such accusations are. by any rice Steinberg, life-long resident of! man's faith, a Godless deed." he Augusta, Ga.. president-elect.' added. Steinberg received his law degree The B'nai B'rith president warned that such "irrational efforts" to diminish the role or stature of the Court "undermine the system of political checks and balances by which American democracy operates." Katz said that some of the emo tional outbursts that greeted the from the University of Georgia law school, and is a member of the Augusta Bar Assn., the Georgia Bar Assn and the American Bar Assn. He saw service a> a naval officer during World War II in the European and Pacific Theatres He has served as president of the Georgia State Assn. of B'nai B'rith. and has served on boards j Court's decision were "tainted with Of many charities in his native i emotional appeals to religious bigotry." He added that there are now more sober legal reflections which emphasize that the Court did not deny the religious character of the nation, but concerned itself with a "narrow and restricted issue," of a constitutional principle. "It is understandable." he said, "thai just as the Court itself was divided in its interpretations, the American people hold conflicting judgments. Moreover, it is wholly desirable that all sides express their views with a cogency and reasonableness focused oa the issue itself." "How does this encouragement to school children to defy the law square with the encouragement of ethical and moral be\ havior that are inherent in prayer and religion?" Kati declared. He agreed that the 22-word New York Regents' prayer is. on its ace, "an innocuous, non-sectarian affirmation of faith." "Yet." he added, "legal judgments aside, the very emphasis of the prayer, in language and locale, on the innocuous impeaches its purpose. Religion is not some thing to be sanitized into impotency and prayer is not recitation byrote. These must be meaningful personal experiences." The B'nai B'rith leader recommended "President Kennedy's simple formula — the reminder that every American family has the free opportunity to deepen its religious commitments in its own home and house of worship city Other officers elected at the Washington convention were Robert I. Lipton, Durham, N.C., first vice president; Samuel Niefcer.g, Miami, second vice president; Julius Fisher, Roanolte, Va., executive secretary; and Max Breslauer, Bethesda, Md., treasurer. The four-day meeting, attended SHERATON 1 !HOTEI?CONFIM BOTH The appointment ot Dr. Alan R. Solomon as new director of the Jewish Museum of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America in New York City has been announced by Dr. Louis Finkelstein Seminary chancellor. The Jewish Museum is closed at present, pending the completion of the Albert A. List Building, and the restoration and refurnishing of the Warburg Building. The new construction will more than double the facilities of the Museum housed since 1948 in the former Warburg home. British Bigot Stirs Interest Continued from Page IA the Anglo-Jewish Assn.. stated this week that "anti-Semitism in Britain is not dead, but British Jews are sure it has lost its power" He arned that "far more dangerous than the Nazi parties here are neoNazi and neo-Fascist groups in some of the Common Market countries, which are far stranger than their counterparts here." "Dare we hope." he asked, "that Britain's exports to a new Europe will include as a one-way trade her own attitude to racial and religious discrimination?" In the House of Commons, Laborite Richard Mar>h asked Sir David Eccles. Minister of Education, whether the Ministry planned : to notify all local school hoards that they watch against employ! ing teachers who hold that the i children of some races and religions are inferior to others, Sir David replied that the decision to hire | or lire rests solely with the school boards. NEW YORK-i.iTA>-Tho American Jewish Committee this week urged the Argentine Government to take vigorous, legal action against the perpetrators of violent anti-Semitism which has recentl) broken out in Argentina. in a letter to Roberto Alemann Argentine Ambassador to the United States, A. M. Sonnabend, president of the A.IC. warned that the situation m Argentina "has deteriorated" in the past four months, Sonnabend pointed out that tho Committee has boon concerned with the present situation for some time and. in 1961. met with then Minister Plenipotentiary Pransisco Bello on anti-Semitic manifestations in Argentina during the previous year. In February, 1962, AJC representations were made again to the Argentine envoy here, concerning disturbing incidents. In 1948, a mission of Committee leaders visited Buenos Aires and met with the Argentine President and leading government officials, on problems of harmonious intergroup relations. At the same time. Sonnabend voiced commendation for Argon •ina's Interior Minister. Dr Carlos Adrogue. lor the latter's strong denunciation of the anti-Semitic out breaks in Argentina. Sonnabend said that the American Jewish Committee is looking forward to strong, practical measures against anti-Semitism, which will result from the firm stand taken by Dr Adrogue. He expressed assurance that the Argentine Government will take the load sot forth by Dr. Adrogue in moving against those elements cf the population which are "besmirching the reputation of Argentina by their wanton behavior. The Minister of tho Interior will have tho full -uptxMt of democrat forces and opinion in hicountry ml in all Western lands SOMUbend said Sonnabend reported that neoFascist and terrorist organisations nave been carrying <'t a *<*" spread campaign of armed \ i lence and vandalism against democratic and Ji w ish institutions, and against Jews with "apparent immunity" from police action aedtion i at Pioneer ^^-r-^TROPICANA NEW POOL IN sedition to Pioneer's indoor ana outdoor pool — no*. NEW S 100,000 Trop cans pool. itn decks lor sunning, relaxing. PLUS... ...FOR YOU! Faanlees strictly testier Itea, Sabsatri • eajsenrlng atmosphere, air-conditioned roorr.s 5 tennis courts, 4 nsntfoali courts, private toil course, outdoor bowllog. indoor health club, boating and tuning on mile-long take, night. j entertainment. ...AND FOR ^ THE CHILDREN.. 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Friday, July 13. 1962 MmM ncrkflan Page 7-A New ZOA Chief Meets With JFK By Special Report WASHINGTON — Dr. Max Nussbaum, %  Hollywood, Calif., vet( ,. Zioni leader and rabbi of Temple Israel <>f Hollywood, succeeds Max Breesler, of Chicago, as pivsidei.: '•'' the ZioniM oru.imza. ,.,,... ,,. America. Election came ju the clo % %  < %  %  Besaion 01 the ZOA's convention here. The m wlj elected president, during the pasi two year-, served as chairmai oi the National Executive council of the ZOA, ruling tion, two years ago at the ZOA convention of August, 1960." Dr Nussbaum also expressed his conviction alter visiting with the President that Israel's .security is a part of American foreign policy and that this policy is devoted to (he objective of peace in thai troubled area. Dr. Nussbauni disclosed that, based on his impressions from his visit with the President, this policy includes, in addition to the security of the State of Israel, two other hodj oi "' orgaiUlBtHW between factors: aid to the economic (level conventu ns. A gradual* of the Jewish Theological Seminary of Breslau, for. rrwHy ir Germany and now in Poland, where he received his rabbinical degree in 1934, Dr. Nussbaurrat the early age of 25 was summoned to Berlin to serve as rabbi in the Great Jewish Congregation, where he stayed from 1924 to 1940. He was at that time the yourjest rabbi in Germany. ]!, %  is the author of a number of works on philosophy. Zionism and Jewish literature, including "The Philosoph) < I Max Adler" and "The Nationalism of Yehuda Ha'Levi." Active in Zionism since his early youth. Dr. Nussbaum was one Of the leading figures of the Zionist organization in Germany, until he Bed the Hitler regime He was brought to this country by invitation of the late Dr. Stephen S Wise, whom he met on the occasion of the Jewish Arab conference in London in 1939 In September. 1942, Dr. Nussbaum was appointed to the pulpit of Temple Israel of Hollywood. In the critical years of the Hitler regime. Rabbi Nussbaum, as contact man for the late Dr Chain Weizmann, president of the World Zionist Organization and lat*r first President of the State of Israel. brought reports constantly from Germany to London on the situation of German Jews In his acceptance address. Dr. Nussbaum disclosed that he conferred with President Kennedy at the White House on June 28. and discussed with him the problems Ol American relations with Israel and other nations of the Near East. Dr. Nuisbaum asserted that "I am satisfied in my mind that American policy has not wavered from that which was set forth so clearly in President Kennedy'* address, shortly before his ele


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962 Friday, July 13. 1362 i r •• Jpt*/;#> fhridf£frr> Page 9-A : John F. Kennedy (center stands lor invocation at ence Day celebration of the American colonv in City during the Piesident's recent visit in Mexico. g the invocation is Rabbi Harry L. Lawrence, for;: Miami, wheie he was spiritual leader of Tifereth i-.gregation. Rabbi Lawrence now occupies the pul•t of F-:'.-. Israel Community Center in Mexico City. State Dep't. Views Policy On Financial Aid to Nasser ;:-tinued from 1-A be w orkrd I • .• the St iti : • •• .i i n\ inced ol ation I I for %  and ic ii ir ;• %  <•<• They : lire • id in pur %  < t. %  said "verj c incern* d about neral re irmament, Is ssador Avraham Har ,vhile sai I in an inter \ i • -. York 1:1 Sunday night, U Sen. Kenneth Keating on itti mreekl) radio-television i rai • • .erj concerned, of course b. thi general picture of n-armagypt," he stated. "It has goin, on since 1955. and has • (I up in the past year .in aspect of it i>. of course, A: concerns us most, but K^yptiai earmament i> not limI to the air an I it's not limited MIG: It ha> also Included in %  • %  ths the receipt by them ge heavy bombers \N. :n Rusa i asked Sen K •' 'i. %  ; lie I M ilarman "But include i heavy buildtori; their in elopi armor and, i ather impressi\ e in far as I %  i na^ al force to a q as to whe -i i] \ an aid to ibul • stability in %  I asl tmbas • % %  "It has always been our view that eccomic development of countries is a stabilizing factor, and I'd like to make that clear. I think that we, in Israe', would like to see cur Arab neighbors concentra'e upon th essential jib cf imorov : ng their economic and roci*l situation, and any help that they get in that respect is something to which we would take no exception at all. We'd like to see them concentrate on that. ••our only doubt about Egypt, in particular, is to what extent Egypt is concentrating upon her own intern. .1 affairs our feeling is that she is still devoting a considerable degree Of her resources to external ventureAsked by the Senator whether he saw any "mellowing in Arab antagonism toward Israel." Mr. Har man declared: "I would say that, in recent months, there has been an increase in vituperation There has been a lot of very wild talk about the destruction of Israel as the Arap plan I would say that there has been no public melli ing of the Arab attitude toward us po sibly the contrary N.Y. Federation in Project NEW YORK JTA The I eration of Jewish P pies announci ,i this ins for a joint program nh :• leral %  •rate how l, cal communities • an provide |0b p| ortui disable ; per over 60 who want or need work TWWX CITY GLASS TO. C.AKANTUD MIRBORS JTORE FRONTS fURNITURt TOfJ ANTIQUE MIRRORS & RE SILVERING AUTO CLASS INSTAlltD WHIU YOU WAIT 1JJC 16th Street, M.B. Closed Saturdays Tel. JE 8 6141 < < < < < i i < < 4 C> 4 4 4> <^ 4> 4> O O % o ^^ % <> <> WATERMELON TIME Enpc/ Ice-Cold Slices at Our Tables ... Or Take Out! ALSO HALVES AND WHOLE PMONI IN TOUS OIOISJ FR 4-2710 FR 4-8783 %%% Vvy* 1789 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD <> We Pack 'em'"'••• • ^SL^^m X O^Delly-SM.A.M..10r.M.fjaaj-jjBajj* \> MGoodrich^ NORTON TIRE CO. Moin Store: 5300 N.W. 27th Ave. Open 24 Hours & All Day Sunday Visit our New West Hollywood sore 6017 Hollywood Boulevard 16 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS VACATION CREDIT TERMS No Payments Til You Return From Vacation 3RAKE ELINED 95 5308 N.W. 27th A.i. Open 24 Hoarj t All Day San4a, While You Wait All Four Wheels Gaarawteed 1 5.000 miles •r OM fall year -* tr locatiani •atf 8 Matt AaiertcM Can MIAMI MM aw. 2Tta Ave. 500 Wist Flagler St. 4190 Wist Fla'lir St. 6719 S.W. 0th St. MO 6-9723 MIAMI REACH 14S4 AIo. <*,d HALLANDALE 2f Nr Dill* Hwy. KEY WEST S40 6'"St. H0MESTEAI &f J01OO S. Fed. Hwy. CAROL CITY 44S N.W. lA7t St. H0UYWO0D 201 Saatk Fed. Hwy. FT. LAUOERDALE tSSO So.* Fed. Hwy. JA S-1134 J705 $•• &f • Ooi Hd 2(32 Wt Srowort) II.d NORTH MIAMI 13140 N W. 7th .e W. HOLLYWOOD 4017 Hollywood Boulevard At 1, d -7 TU 7-O4S0 SOUTH MIAMI S930 S. Dili* H-y



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Page 14-A *• Jet* irt fkriter Friday. July \~ ,9 352 Browsing With 3ooh: By HILARY MINDLIN Three Guides of Interest to the So. Florida Travelei EVERYONE'S GUIDE TO ISRAEL. By Joan Comay. 448 pp. New York: Doubleday. $4.95. J OAN COMAY, wife of Israels permanent representative to the United Nations Michael Comay. has written a guide to Israel notable on many counts. Beginning with a forty-odd page review of four thousand years of Jewish history outstanding for its terse, unsentimental style. Mrs. Comay proceeds to write with informed and pungent sophistication of the country as a whole, then city by city and region by region The last hundred pages cover evenpossible question, it appears, that a prospective visitor might have, ending with several pages of Hebrew phrases in English transliteration. Filled with historical and archaeological information, the -Guide" is infused with the spirit ol an author who oot only loves, but knows. the country. THE EAST COAST OF FLORIDA: A History, 1500-19*1. Dr. Ellwood C. Httx; editor-author. Three volumes. Delray Beach: The Southern Publishing Co. This massive work, which I have been dipping int.) for several months now and thereby, as the little girl said about the book on penguins, -learning somewnat more than 1 care to know" about the Florida East toast, warrants a special note for its inclusion of a chapter on The Jewish Community of Florida," authored by Miami historian Harry Simonhoff. Mr. Simonhoff also contributed some Of the sketches of Jewish community leader.-. Between You and Me: BORIS SMOLAR Vatican Eyes Priests' Role in Argentine Bias IT WILL BE, 1 believe. of interest to American Jews to learn that the Vatican is keeping an eye on the role which some Catholic priests in Argentina are now playing in stirring up anti-Jewish trouble there. It will be even of greater interest to U-ain of the stern action being taken by the Vatican againsl such priests. Argentina is a Catholic country where the church exercises great influence upon the people and the authorities. And the Vatican was informed that some of the leaders of the anti-Semitic movement Ihere are priests. In fact, the Vatican established that some priests are conducting meetings agitating young students who rush out in the streets shouting "Kill the Jews" and similar anti-Jewish slogans, These facts have made a painful impression upon Pope John .Will, who is known for his friendship to Jews. All the more painful was the impression when an anti-Semitic book written by one of Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN An Alarming Decision Washington THE BATTLE FOR Constitutional principle on the school prayer issue was won although the war for interfaith harmony may be lost if the gains of the Supreme Court decision, are not responsibly consolidated. That is the view of many veteran community relations authorities concerned with public opinion as well as legal technicalities. In the wake of the Supreme Court decision, millions of well meaning non-Jews are alarmed. Most of those vexed and confused by the decision are neither religious extremists nor anti-Semitic fanatics. They are average Americans who do not grasp the subtlety of the complicated Constitutional requirement that caused the Supreme Court to ban a seemingly inoffensive school prayer. Wide publicity was given the initiation of the school prayer case by "Jews. Unitarians, and nonbelievers." This complicated public acceptance by Christians ol repudiation of a prayer that did not even mention Christ. The plaintiffs had every moral and legal right But public acceptance might have come more readily if Christian rather than Jewish organizations had led the battle to assert the First Amendment. The responsibility for current tensions would fall not on those who did their duty but on elements which defaulted responsibilities as Americans. The dei ision opened a Pandora's box of emotions. These ranged from shrieks thai an "alien, antichrist minority" used "trickj lawyers" to mild statements 'hat the innocuous prayer only made children mirtdfi! of a Supreme Being. Member: of Congress reflected constituents' views The Senate judiciary committee scheduled hearings on proposed constitutional amendments to overrule the decision and allow school prayers. The committee chairman, Sen. James 0 Eastland, of Mississippi, announced the hearings would be before the full committee instead ol regular Subcommittee for Constitutional Amendments. The television outcry will penetrate every corner ol America as Senators seek t< convince home folks OJ how much they love the old lime religion. in some instances, rabbis and Jewish leaders took issue with (he Supreme Court. Rabbi Jacob Handler, of Manchester, Nil., for instance, did not think the prayer violated the Constitution. The rabbi said it "encouraged young people to think in the way of Godliness The real challange now is to convince the nation that the di cision is actually a boon to religion President Kennedy's statement responsibly indicated tins. Clarification of the nature ol our constitution and education into the separation of church .state are m eded. the priests in Argentina readied the Vatican Losing no time the \'atuan suspended one ol the priestlj leaders il the anti-Semitic movement in Argentina for two months as a warning. lie could not celebrate the Mass Other actions taken indicate that the Vatican is determined to do everyth at least to separate the priest leaders from the anti Jew ish movements in Argentina. Similar action is noticed also with regard to leaders of the Catholic church in othei countries. Meanwhile, leaders of the Catholic church in some European countries are taking note of Jewish complaints against derogatory remarks against Jews in texthooks And thej are looking for the first time at the textbooks with an intention of revising them. In Paris. Father David has written a pioneering hook showing that the catechisms of the Church of France have been spreading anti-Semitism among the millions ol French children attending Catholic schools. In Holland, a group of Catholic priests is now advocating revisions in the textbooks of teachings offensive to Jews. The same thing is happening in Switzerland and in Germany. There is a question of degree, but it seems that there is no Christian religious leader now in the major centers of Europe who does not admit that the time has come to eliminate from church textbooks remarks and statements which help to implant anti-Jewish feelings. • Washington Reflections: Israel has "graduated" from United States technical aid which she has been receiving since 1951. And she graduated with honors Washington says thai Israel's utilization of American technical aid was ,i classic example of the right use of this type of international cooperation." The termination of 1' S technical aid to Israel on June 30 took place by cordial agreement between the two governments. Over the years, about $15,000,000 were spent by the IS to finance technical cooperation with Israel Although the sum spent on the technical assistance has not been very large, the programa were of great value to the economic progress of Israel. Some 650 Israelis have come to the IS under the technical cooperation arrangements to study modern American methods and techniques required in their respective fields. At the same lime 380 American experts had come to Israel to advise the Israelis on expansion of industry, agriculture, irrigalion projects, electric power, road and bridge building, development of ports, mineral resources and water supplies. A documentary film showing the effects of the IS. technical aid to Israel since ils incep tion in 1951 is now being made. It is a technicolor short. costing about S17.000. which will be shown on U.S. television and will be made available to interested bodies everywhere. The termination of I'S technical aid to Israel will not affect other forms of aid which the IS. is giving to the Jewish state urant aid. development loans, sale of agriculture surpluses, etc. Our film folk: By HERBERT G. LUFT whiih appear :M Volume III Those who know the $m. onhoff style and the historical erudition which ba k• tin will be pleaded that his article presents the Jewish contribution to the area. Mr Simonhoff's article hits the high spots of Jewish community development with accuracy. Into a lew panes, he telescopes growth on several fronts — economic, religious, and organizational, and still manages to sandwich in pertinent names to Jewish community leadership both past and present. A former member of the South Carolina Legislature. Mr. Simonhoff. himself a leader here has a view of history which even when confined to a small, young locale, conveys something of the sweep and excitement common to history everywhere. NEW YORK PLACES AND PLEASURES: An Untommon Guidebook. By Kate Simon. 381 pp. Cleveland: The World Publishing Co. $1.95. Paperback. 1 don't know anyone who uets to New York and of anything lo do there, hut if you're not Ne York born and bred, il can be helpful lo have this bn. usual guidebook ol places to go, eat, look, buy and ; .et into a little trouble The section on dining will .j\e v u from ending up in a greasy apron, tinlist ol n au.l such isurprising, and undoubtedly some of the ;aj and wayward places are unknown even to natives The book 1fascinating reading, and this revised edil eludes maps of Manhattan subways and Greenwich \ and the appendix "t oddities and services proves again—il anyone ever doubted—thai New York ai! people and usually iPanorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ All About Vacations IWACATION IS LIKE the weather I !" Everybody talk> alwut it but oliody does anything on vacation When Moses first appeared beire Pharaoh, he told him he would ike to take the Israelites on a litle vacation to catch up with their rayinu l'haraoh said: "Where i ore do you. Moses and Aar cause tile people to break loose from their work (let you unto your burdens According to the story in Exodus, many Jew< loo did not al first take to the idea of Moses One .leu who was iniel Mewed on television at the time, said: i can't sa) I am m agreement with the idea of Moses i can't see myself Inking on the desert sand or camping in the wilderness "It's hail enough here, to be sure. It's no picnic, makir..: bucks. Hut alter the day's work is over, my Sa lie cooks me a nice flesh DO) and. believe you me 1 like thai better than any manna in the wilderness I am not one tor vegetables of course, there is the scenery \|; Sinai and the Red Sea Hut let's lace it. a mountain is just a lot of stones and afler you've seen a few st,,ncs, you've about had it. You can count me out But Moses knew it would (lo them good to take a good long vacation o) just about Ihe right length a vacation should be—forty years. And the Israel ites saw th re were other things in life besides flesh pots and making bricks They toughened up. thc> lost their slave docility, they entered as conquerors in the Promised Land And Moses instituted later the first weekly vacation—the Sabbath day. and also the yearly Sabbati cal—a whole year ol rest every seven years. Reminiscences About Hecht's Taras Buiba llollvw ood DRODUCER HAROLD Hecht, whose prison drama "Birdman of Alcatraz" had won two awards ?. nominations from the llollvw Foreign Press Association for si Hurt Lancaster and featured plaj er Telly Savalas, has completi editing of his next one. "Taras Buiba," the $7 million picture with Tony Curtis and y u | Brynner photographed on location in Argentina ai %  m Columbia's Hollywood studio u/e talked with the suave enenche producer just as he was aboht to embark or, a brand neu venture, a three mil:,Ml dollar picture entitled. -Flight Iron, Ashiya" to be shot primarily on location in Japan for lulled r tlsts release. Elliot Arnold's book of the same title and the -, %  •' %  <;•> by Waldo sal, (One of the HollywoS '''"' dramatizes the United states Air Force Res cue'Command based at Ashiya Japan near the cap. talol rokyo Once more Yul Brynner ter. this time under the of Michael A,,:, %  _. w with Richard Widmark os,-ar Winner and George Chakiris co-starring Hecht and Anderson will probe into the background Ol the Rescue Com •mil take the audience to actual Scenes Of the "illy in Japan, bill also in a whirlwind '' lh Philippines and North Africa, wherever I S teams are op, rating. Hecht ~ latest three pictureare certain to rival, surpass, his s„eeos..cs of -The Devil's Dil "Separate Tables" and ••Trapete:" but it oe hard for him to lop his own, low budget Marty „„e of the few deeply moving, human Stories .. come from Hollywood in recent years "Marty is centered around the neighborhood ol York where Harold was born on June 1. 1907. t"' son ol Joseph and Rose Hecht. After attending UWIC School 19. Harold decided at Hi that theater bad to become l„s life's work He studied for \e years athe American Laboratory Theater with Richard Boleslawsky and the late Maria Ouspens*aya as his teachers Later Hecht danced at the ith Martha Graham and Mordkin it was 1 ancer Ut Hecht came to Hollywood to beto hit former tutor, Boleslaw



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Friday, July 13. 1962 *Jenisti Fk>rkJiair! Page 5-B GMJCC Ending First 4-Week Sessions Here t New auxiliary service at Mt. Sinai Hospital is augmented by the presentation of two new wheel chairs with luggage carriers to assist the hospital in admitting patients. Presentation is beinrg made by two of the hospital's "Pink Ladies.'' Mrs. Leon Eli and Mrs. Inez Krensky. Accepting on behalf of Mt. Sinai are Sam Racoff, director of purchasing, and Marvin Bostin, associate director of the hospital. New Service At Mt. Sinai ) ; \ ni'v. auxiliary service at Mt. Sinai Hospital motivated the presents .m Hi a gift of two new wheel chairs, especially constructed to carry not only the patient, but his 1 age as well. Participating in the new service. which includes greeting the to-be-; patient in the lobby ^ Mt Sinai, Obtaining i ihminary bank inforAil-Day Cruise ^Slated July 22 Sisterhood 11 Miami Hebrew Congregatioi II jointly sponsor an all day cruise with members of the congregation Men's Club on Suaday. Jufj 22. The cruise w4H be on the Dreamboat, an, begins at 10 am Itinerary will include the intra-coastal waterway through Golden Beach, Hallandale Dania, Hollywood, and Ft, l.audenlaie Thenwill be a one and a halfhour stopover at Ft. Lauderdale for lunch. The Dreamboat is scheduled ta depart here at 10 a.m. It will return to Miami at 5 p.m. in charge > t arrangements are Mrs Joseph Rambam, Mrs Abraham Top I, and Mrs, Peter Duchon. nation, and taking the patient to the assigned room, are a group of the hospitalwell -known and welltrained "Pink Ladie" Included in the group are Mrs Leon Ell and Mrs Inez Krensky. who purchased the t*o new wheel chairs for newly-admitted patients who upon coming in for admission need wheel chair transportation. Mrs Kll and Mrs. Krensky. longtime volunteers at Mt Sinai, pretented the new gift to the hospital through Krel. a business they own and operate for the purpose of making charitable ontributions. Carnivals and camp -hows feat\ ured the concluding week of the first half of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center day camps. At Camp Ma-Ka-Bee, the Miami YMHA Branch day camp, an annual water carnival took place on Wednesday This included a water ballet, water acrobats, skits and games. At Camp Noar, the North County YMHA Branch day camp, the annual camp -how was to be pre sented at the North Miami Armory on Thursday evening. Highlighting the -how were to be a Roman circus, clowns, Indians, fire-eaters and an all counselor "Clown Band." At Camp Shalom, the Miami Beach YMHA Branch daj camp, an Olympic carnival closed the first period's festivities, During the final four-week per lod. the day camps will feature •'Trips Around the World." with special emphasis on "trips'' to Is1 rael an 1 "Know Florida Week." In "Know Florida Week.'" special homage will be paid to the Mate of Florida through song, dance and skits. During the first period, more than 400 boys and girls of elementary school age were served by the Greater Mann Jewish Center All day camps sponsored -by GMJCC have trained social work c rs specializing in group work as their directors. At Camp Shalom. Arnold I'iskin. camp director, is a graduate of the New York School of Social Work of Columbia University, as well as having a degree in health and physical education. At Camp Noar. Donald LaBelle has received a Master's degree in si cud work from the University of Minnesota He also majored in therapy for young children. At Camp Ma-Ka-Bee, the director is Charles Plotkin. who is a graduate of the University of Pennsyl vania school of social work, having received a Master's degree in group work. Coordinating the tilt* MM of these camps are the associate director of GMJCC, Emanuel Tropp. who received a Master'decree in social work from Columbia University, and Kfraim 11 Gale. executive director, who received InMaster's in education from Tufts Cniversity and a Master in gi cial work from the New Y rk School of Social Work. Columbia University Further information is available at Camp Shalom. 1536 Bay rd., Miami Beach; Camp Ma-Ka-Bee, 150 SW 16th ave.; an I Camp N ^r, %  |i 36 NE 6th ave No Miami. United Fund leaders on Miami Beach meet to discuss campaign plans for the coming months. Talking the situation over are (left to rights Mrs. Aaron Farr, associate co-chairman for Section 1; Charles L. Clements, jr., division chairman; Mrs. James Rowlings, associate co-chairman for Section 1; and Ernest Janis. Miami Beach section chairman. Summer Exhibit On at Lowe Paintings and graphics by Europea* artists of the 18th through 20th centuries comprise the summer exhibition at the Joe and Emily Lowe Art Gallery through July 31 The works are on loan from pri vate collections of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Levin, of Miami Beach. Mr and Mrs Frederick Weissman. of Palm Beach, and a third anonymous collector Most of the 87 works in the selection have not previously been exhibited locally Among the artists represented by the 35 works I from the Levin collection are Afro, | Chagall, de Kooning, Mini, ModigHani. Renault, S-roni. Sou I ages, Soutine, and van Dongen. The Weissman collection includes 25 paintings by Adrion. Boudin, Degas, Jerome. Kester and Utrillo. Station Cites Mrs. Glasser Mrs I.i inGlasser, president of the Greati i Miami chapter of Tech num. was el eted by Radio Station WCKR at "Citizen of the Day." .£ The certificate was awarded lasl Week at cerei i Dies held at WCKR, Station offii .. .-aid MrGlasser v as nami d bei ause of the unique honor si ehieved in becomr president "l the Greater Mi ai chai • %  : It w, hi ;•%  • the anna ol ar was reeognizi for her outstanding I' idei -i i: an area >l community sen e up %  Minii nbership." Summer Series Begins Saturday i ha| ol HadasE t its summer educam S tut ay, l p.m :it th..: throughout the months. Mrs Jacobson, education vice —President ol the Florida region of ^Hadassah, will be leader of the sessions. Day Dreaming On The Esplanade Hero on the blue Mediterranean, you may sit in the sun, gaze out to sea and dream of ships sailing by with cedars from Lebanon for Solomons Temple, and of Jonah embarking in the belly of a whale, nearby Here on the Esplanade, one experiences deep feelings for Israel s ancient glories, mingled with the 20th Century excitement of Tel Aviv. For here are people from many lands, smart hotels, European and Oriental restaurants, theaters and cafes, opera and symphony, colorful shops... all expressing the Simcha of Modem Israel. Sipping Yuban Coffee Every sip of Yuban is a Simcha in itself because it is the world s richest coffee. The secret is aged coffee beans-aged like the bestflavored wines and cheese. Then added to Yuban s blend-for deep, dark, delicious taste. -4. %  %  ** —M *,, if" K KOSHER PARVE



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July 13. 1932 *Jeist fork/tor Page 13-A GEMS OF WISDOM Hou shalt not bear false witneu list thy neighbor. EXODUS. I [said :n my haste A/I men art PSALMS. I • • King tongue u i: but for a moPROVERBS. m Saturda) J:3fl i m Sermon 'Doe* Judaism Preach Social Buceeea for its Followera?" — a — ANSHE EMES 2533 SW 19th Conservative. R. Vusko. president. SAYINGS OF FATHERS RABBI MORTON MAIAVSKY words of God %  %  Evil Will ped in pie\ p %  • ivei thawl I I VIN i n ? I j2 n; | a • • • i .""tfnn-r^norp-rrg hir *?p nV?npn nnx r : r T : | s n iv .nsf DTPI-IKS TO 1 ? vyv'x jnra -p 1 ? rrVpnrn n'?Dn mnv .D-iaix & iipag ,5 ?x-i:rn inrpn xin •trxn mum n^npn;rn nrpn ofrfrr^ -ivj? ipn-^D nx %  JHnfc?'? T? |aitn nrciDn-'na ^ bn 1 ? jrsh n^api rT^D-io .iToi nafa nja? % wa nas D^tfvva T T px'naa trnaa nDK^a The basic theme of the story is temptation. Kin;; Balak of Midi.-in feared the Jews. He visualized in a handful of .lews a vast horde (vent on his destruction. He dispatched messengers to beseech Balaam, the heathen prophet, to curse the Jews, Balaam rejected the invitation because God would not let him fulfill Balak's request, The king, however, was very persistent He sent another, a more distinguished delegation, with the assurance thai he would paj any price Balaam would ask This Balaam could no longer resist. Although he told the delegation that he would have to speak only tinwords that God commanded, he went with them. Upon his arrival. Balak .is overjoyed. His gladness, however, was dampened by Balaam's declaration that "The word Cod putteth in my mouth, that shall I speak." To this promise he remained faithful. Instead of cursing, he blessed the Jews. What a challenge we find in the text and story! Rabbis as well as all clergymen are deeply conscious that they must speak only the words God puts in their mouths. How often does the rabbi find himself in a position where he is asked, instructed and even urged to deviate from preaching the word of God. The "balebatim." or laymen, must begin to understand and appreciate that a rabbi's primary duty is to God. He must speak not alone what his audience wants to hear, but what he feels they should hear. The clergyman who repeats in the pulpit empty words that the congregation might enjoy, may be acclaimed as a very popular speaker; but the truly distinguished rabbi is the one who serves God. and who speaks not the words people welcome, but the words God puts in his mouth. The lesson of this week's portion can also be carried into the lives I of laymen. The world would be an infinitely happier place if men I and women would speak only those words which God wishes us to j express — words of truth, words of compassion and love, words of i mercy. We often yield to hate, to irritation, to anger. We give vent to jour personal hates and speak words offensive to God and injurious I to our fellowman. May we all forever remain cognizant of the sacred necessity to speak in the name of, for the sake of. and in the spirit of !the Lord. In so doing, we shall be blessed. BETH DAVID 2625 3W 3rd ave Conservative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. Cantor William W. Lioson. — a — BETH EL 500 Sw l/tn ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. BETH EMETH Conservative. BETH ISRAEL thodox. RabDi 12250 NW 2nd ive. — e — 4000 Prairie ave. OrH. Louis Rottman. BETH JACOB 301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches. e BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave. Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president. — e — BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or. thodox. RaDbl Joseph F. RacKovsky. — • — BETH TORAH. io4tn st. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. Krtda> ; %  p.m Satunla> N 13 B m — • — CONGREGATION ET2 CHAIM. 1544 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Strassfeld. Ht used to -aBeloved u wn '"' for liewas .'fjui in the image • %  : % % %  • %  %  :, .:b> J hint t'ui in. creai : the image >j ;.., %  JJ laid F %  .'i the image %  i;.',! made He man Ei • %  • '* and the : ; yet jli according Rabb I %  • • A: ud. V • is no. Torn there .. %  ma I e re u ... is n • I I I iVI there is no l(i u ;. where thi 1,, ii there is Where there u •..< no Torah; uii^rtI riit-re u no T."jli rlii-re is no meal j By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX Why is the bread elevated when pronouncing t h e benediction over it? The Maharil is quoted as saying that the bread should be raised when the name of the Almlght) is mentioned in the blessing. This i would indicate that raising the bread is I m" of the Almighty to man, Rabbi Isaac Luria is quoted as saying that the bread is lifted when the word "Hamotli" is uttered (who brings out"). • • • Why do some people proclaim the word "B'Rshus" before pronouncing the blessing over the 'bread when they eat in company? According to some authorities this was originated in the case | when one made the blessing over jthe bread for all He thus was ob1 ligated to seek the permission of nd the service is conducted {Uf ga ,h or ing or the company beng to Italian rite. Some say f()ri h( took j, llpon himself to utis service is the original u>r he bt-nedution for all of them f-'te from the days of the. T h|S wag done D > saying -B'Rshus With the permission of %  alian Hebrew CongregationIThere are others who claim that alem sought to transfer the this expression was pronounced be furniture of the deserted cause I certain sanctity is ushered ies in Italy, and received in when the benediction over the ra tftno Inapna ^x^s .rrrj'xn rrntf tea T ; t t V : %  ^ %  ly mav nna nxstna) • t t 4 • • i iSlAIION :,!' M .'I'* This page is prepared m coor-frdtnm icifh the Spiritual Leaders of the Greater Miami RabbinCl Assn. RABBI MAX A. UPSCttTTS Coordinator Contributor: RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF Gfmj of Wisdom CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER Conservative. 8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. — • — OADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Con' tervative. Rabbi Harold Riehtsr. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. FVIdas 1"' pm St-minn: "DtMclple of Balaam." Saturday 8:S0 a m. Bar Mtisvah: Steven, on ->f Mr and Mitten Shapiro. Sermon: "Weekls Portion." — • — FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW Slat pi. Conservative. Hyman Coverman. president. Canter Georoe Ooldberg. I-Ylda> S.lii p m. Saturda) s::io ;i in FT. LAUDEROALfc EMANUEL. HOI E. Aeidraws ave. Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton. — • — HEBREW ACADEMY. 18 tth at. Orthedox. Rabbi Alexander Gross. — • — HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CONGREGATION. 555 W. 49th at.. Hialeah. Reform. Rabbi Marius Ranson. • — HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. — • — ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen — • — KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seif. — • — MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION. 1101 SW 12th ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein. Prlda\ %  %  IS B.m Saturda; 8 15 n.m Serniun; "The Red Haa Once Again." — • — MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern Traditional. He used %  M> Hr whose ui> lorn exceeds his deeds to tohai u %  he l'k e To a tree uihoic branches ire many but ui;.>-croeH are jew • • • Rjbbi /.'.- as if they had eaten at the j I table of All-present, u u-hich the I i Scripture mj\ be applied. I Reform. Rabbi Joseph Cantor Jacob Bornstein. Narot. TEMPLE JUDtt. 320 Palermo ava. Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet. in.i.o B IS p.m Queat apeakes 1 Leon l iRh< r, executive llrector, .1> lah Pamll} and Children"! Service Topi Ptrai Aid I"I Man alg-e." — • — TEMPLE MENORAH. 20 75th tt. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowili. Cantor Edward Klein. OHEV SHALOM. Orthodox Rabb SEPHAROIC Collms ave. % — 'TEMPLE NER TAMIU. 80th st arid 911 Normandy dr. I yatum Waterway. Modern Trad I • Phineas Weberman. tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can. — • tor Samuel Gomberg JEWISH CENTER. 645 — • — Cantor S. Nachmias. (TEMPLE S'NAI OF NORTH MIAMI. • — 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Prlda> 15 n m %  Vn Old New Synagogue Italian Jewish community kte B. Wernick. I-. idaj 8:18 p m l "net tthabbal l xponxored b) Steterhood Saturda) | ,, Ml — a — TEMPLE EMANU EL. 1701 Washing ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adlar — a TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th at YOUNO ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 st. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. CANDUUGHTMG TIM 11 Tarrunuz — 7:01 p.m.


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Friday. July 13. 1962 9-Mnisfi fkr/diaf) Pcge 3-B V Liberia President Inspects Hadassah Hospital By PHILIP CILLON JERUSALEM — President William Tubman. of Liberia, donned mrgical cap. gown, mask and boots here to enter an operating theatre in the Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center to witness an eye operation. The Liberian head of state was taken into the theatre by Dr. Kalrnan J. Mann, director general of the Hadassah Medical Organiza von. Dr, .lack Karpas. deputy director-general, and chief operating nurse Shoshana Sternberg who. two years ago. helped set up the first eye operating theatre ever established in Liberia. "I was particularly interested to fee an eye operation in the Hadassah hospital because of the work which an Israeli-Liberian team is doing in Liberia," said President Tubman. "I have seen the Eye Department established for us in Monrovia by Dr. (Eliyahu ) Neumann i of Hadassah's Department of Ophthalmology) Subsequently. President Tubman visited the Department of Ophthal-; mology and had along discussion, with Prof. Isaac C. Michaelson,; head of the department, who plan-, ned the eye serviees for Liberia, i The President displayed particular interest in the latest apparatus which had just been introduced into the department: an electrophotocoagulator. used for the treatment of detached and torn retinas, and for the treatment of tumors of the i retina The President met a Liberian physician, Dr. Zolu-Dumah Traub. who recently arrived in Israel for a year's training under Prof. Michaelson, "I've already begun to learn Hebrew." Dr Traub said proudly The President talked for some time to Liberian and Tanganyika!! nurses whose training ibeing supervised by Prof. Michaelson "I am pleased to see that Israel is spreading Ihe good work throughout Africa," he commented to the Tanganyi kans, He then dialled with Dr k.she Avshalom, who i^ shortlj to leave for Monrovia i<> replace Dr Neumann, who is returning to Israel after a two-year term of service in Liberia. "We'll be glad to receive you." I said the President, "and any other j doctors Israel sends us." Dr. Jean Baptiste Titus, advisor to the National Public Health Services of Liberia, added that Liberia is short of all type of medical personnel, including surgeons, physic-1 ians. general practitioners, radio-' logists and technicians He said that Liberia is planning to build a medical school on the lines of the Hadassah-Hebrew University Medi-' cal Center. He is conferring with Israel Deputy Minister of Health Itzhaq Raphael, and Dr. Mann about the possibility of sending more Israelis to Liberia. After inspecting the Chagall windows in the Hadassah Synagogue, the President and his party went to the Henrietta Szold Hadassah School of Nursing where they were met bj a guard ol honor formed by nursing students, President Tubman expressed the hope that In would be able to sen I nurses for !i-: graduate training to the Nursing School, He is also c-ted in sending studi nt! I i ing in occupational thi i hysical therapy. The President was i by Mrs Tubman, who also put on protective surgical clothes in order to witness an operation. She saw one on a brain tumor. "It uas frightening." but a most exciting experience." she declared. Mrs. Ora Goitein. chairman of the Hadassah Council in Israel, presented Sirs. Tubman with slides and pictures of the Chagall windows. Among the group who received the visitors was Mrs. Denise Tourover. ot the National Board of Hadassah in the United States. On leaving the Medical Center, President Tubman declared: "Having seen the environment, both spiritual and physical, in which the people I send here for training v ill be living. I am more than ever convinced that relations between Liberia and Israel will grow stronger and deeper. I am sure I many physicians and nurseill nine back to help our pe< | l< training n Jerusalem." Delegates to be Elected Club %  les ol V. i %  will ho] [545 SW 3i Mi nexl rues evi ning Thi n ing % % %  t deli easti rn district c nf< • Atlai ti sche lull bor Da; < ekend. 7:esident William Tubman. of Liberia, dons sterile garments refore entering the operating theatre at the Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center in Jerusalem to witness an eye operation. He is being helped by Dr. Kalman J. Mann, director-general of the Hadassah Medical Organization, and ing Sister Shoshana Sternberg, who aided in the establishment ol an ophthalmic operating theatre in Liberia as a box c; the Hadassah team, headed by Prof. Isacc C. celson. Nat'I. Federation Vice President, Mrs. Moyer, Dead at Age 58 WTuN. Ohio — tJTAi — Mrs. j B Moyer, national vice • of the Council ol Jewish and Welfare Funds. ly at the age of 58. ..the wife of Elmer L Moyi president of the Jewish Com'. Council of Dayton Moyt r. one of the outstand' wish communal leaders here, served as vice president and retary ol the Jewish Common1 ouncil, secretary of the Com %  itj Welfare Council, chairman of the Jewish Community Center, and campaign chairman ol thi women's division of the United Jewish Campaign. She was also treasurer of th;' National Federation of Temple Sister hoodv president of the Ohio Federation "I Sisterhoods, and national treasurer of the Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority Foundation. Mrs Moyer was also active in all major Civic and community eneavors in the Greater Dayton area. AMERICAN TOURISTER GOES MODERN AND JET AGE DUETTE WITH HANGERS AT BOTH ENDS 95 49 95 ,„ 52 women's • he'ds uo to 20 dresses or 8 Si • • t rs1 -voided garrrc ca-rier that really protects your belongings • revolutionary in luggage packing, removable hanger units slide out Swivel locks instead of buckles Men's duerfe case 49.95 Sarldwiohes love* NEW SWISS KNIGHT CHEESE SLICES fe*vMS X Aid so do cheese omelets, canapes whatever calls for cheese. Here's a distinctive rutty cheese flavor unhke any other. Obviously imported. Six individually foiled attoW per pack. Try Swiss Knight slices .. tonight ASTROJET AIRLINE APPROVED, STORES UNDER SEAT 3495 • a c • • arriei • stor< s %  %  the seat Save: -• LUGGAGE-AU FIVE BUROINE S STORES. IN M!AMI SECOND FLOOR. •



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Pcge 2-B fjenlstiffrridttar Friday, July 13, i$J Beef tongue comes to us as it it, vktre three completely different kinds of meat. Fresh tongue nas a delicate, bland, but distinctive taste. Smoked, it is pungent and high-flavored. while pickled tongue has the delicious taste of corned beef with a completely different texture. Today let's consider some Di the many ways in which pickled tongue can add variety and zest 10 our menus The two recipes selected are for complete main dish dinners, but slices of the tongue. hot or cold, may also be used tor hearty sandwiches or in combina1 lion with other smoked or pickled meats. The tongue may be chop| ped as hash, or minced and blendi ed with eggs and sauteed onion in Mrs. Gilbert Witt Host ORT Party Saturday Nigh* A swim-party and barbecue rem] iniscent of the Gay '90's will high-; light the major summer gala of Women's American ORT, it was; announced this week by Mrs. Henry Gilbert, president of the North Dade chapter. Several hundred members and friends are expected at the oldfashioned outdoor party being held gi • %  v. 8 p in • at the Gilbert 1. m 12670 NE Miami pi., in No. J.l:.,:ni. % %  ; is • be (hi i %  % %  %  %  •.ing ... Special s : : v i! "-' ; ee are calyp! I stunt swi rises I las obreplic s of bat I ing ;: : "' %  h : • %  ..-. d ':.;' iugh the J antzen Co uh mo leled in the '•Handlebar Moustache" beauty ORT members who are serving en the games, entertainment and ( ntest committees include Mrs. Michael Farber, Mrs Milton Flrtel, Mrs. Celia Freed, Mrs. Al Kern ner. Mrs. Howard Horn. Mrs. Johtph Roeklin. Mrs. Hy Mallinger. Mrs. Robert Yudine, Mrs. Rose Greenberg. Miss Diane Weiss. Mrs Paul Rarback. Mrs, Arthur Blech n:an and Mrs. Dorothy Blumberg. ORT schools in Israel constitute the largest system of vocational education in the country. The ORT programs of technical training Jewish communities in 19 countries. including the Moslem Poland, and w< stern Euro] • alone, more than in,n v ere i nrolled in ORT Ii %  year. Musical Score if film Perry North, on the faculty of the Modern Department of the Miami Conservatory, has been sign ed to compose the musical score for the full-length picture. -Save Me from Glory." now being filmed at the Thunderbird Studios in Miami. In addition to writing the music. North will also score the entire production and conduct the All-Miami Orchestra for the film. omelets. Small cubes added to potato salad give it added proton i,..urMh*ient. Since tonguehas almost no waste and is all lean meat. ii is much more economical tnan corned beef, although it can be used for the same purposes A large tongue make10-12 portion-. &D d may be used for more than one meal. Pickled tongue is cooked in exactly the same manner acorned beef It is covered with cold wateand a tablespoon ol mixed picking spices added for each three pounds of meat. After it is brought to a boil, the pan is covered an. the tongue is simmered for at least one hour per pound, until it is lork lender. After it is cooked, and while it .s still warm, the skin is removed. Some of the liquid in which the tongue is cooked may be strained and reserved to use in reheating the meat or for such recipes as the Tongue Boiled Dinner. This dish is similar to the one called a New England Boiled Dinner which is made of corned beef. The second recipe. Tickled Tongue in Vegetable Sauce, cornlanes the sliced tongue with a sauce which is specially seasoned to blend w'.th pickled meat. When if is prepared, the tongue actually takes on a new. mellow taste. With the peas, celery, carrots, and to matO combined with the meat, and ^ ,. surroundwg :; this re< pe 1 complete main dis* t< dinner. PICKLED TONGUE BOILED DINNER 6 medium carrots, peeled 6 medium potatoes, peeled 6 turnips, peeled ii., !'ns firm cabbage i, of a large pickled tongue, cooked 1 SO Can whole beets 3 cups liquid in which tongue was cooked took carrots, potatoes and turnipin the tongue liquid for 20 minutes. Meanwhile, cut the cabbage in!,! t; sections. Add the cabbage and cook about 15 minutes longer. until all the vegetables are tender. Slice the tongue, add to the vegetables and cook until heated. Heal lh( heels separately. Drain off all liauid from both the meal and the beets. Arrange the tongue slices in the center ol a platter, and arrange the carrots, potatoes, turnips, cabbage and beets around • hem Serve with mustard pickles, This amount makes .i to fi portions PICKLED TONGUE IN VEGETABLE SAUCE i cup sliced celery 3 medium carrots, peeled l large onion, pet le I i cup peas ""'A 2 table spoons all pur, Jl HOCUP gW bwm-rw*ugar m cups tomato juice 1 8-PZ. can tomato M i* of a large, cooke.i. pickled tongue about .", tups mashed potal •l teaspoon ground gin i Cut the celery, carrots, and into slices one-fourth inch thick Cook the sliced vegetableand paM n as little water as possi ti] lender. Drain. In a saucepan combine th" [lour, gig g, r. and sugar. Gradually stir q the tomato juice and tomato sauce Stir over medium heat until jh, sauce boils and thick-'nslight!] sine the tongue and add. togetbej with the cooked, drained u. tables. Heat thoroughly and| serve on a deep healed platter, su: rounded hy a ring of the mashsjl potatoes. This amount -, et { f. 6. Splash Party Saturday Shoshana chapter. B'nni li'nuj Women, will hold a swim as| splash party at the Bal Haifa hotel on Saturday evening al 8 p.m. In (barge of reservation and additional information Robert Gallett and Mr-. Bill K-r land TETLEY ICED TEA IS GESHMAKSTE' "THE TINY g^B^ 1 LITTLE f eshin > TEA LEAVES'' give fullest strength and flavor! CwlHUo'KoJurtno'Pw under ttrict tupentnun ol 1UfU Jicub Chen. INSTANT OR REGULAR DAIRY DISHES S SNACKS TASTE BETTER WITH BREAKSTONE'S C just as they always have) Anyway you slice it, a tempting spread! Put the best where it belongs-on your table It's a good family custom. Anytime you serve, pick Breakstone's and enjoy the really fresh, creamy rich goodness "barga-i dairy products can't duplicate. Dairy meal or friendly snack, make Breakstone's part of your good life toda> I good dairy to*you from



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Pcge 2-A IfnisHFtrridlfor Friday, Julv 13, Leading Swiss Jew Testifies Against Former Nazi FRANKFl/RT—(JTAi —Dr. Benjamin Sagalowitz, Zurich journalist and a leader of the Federation of Jewish Communities of Switzerland, gave evidence here this week before the court trying Otto Hunsche for war crimes. Hunsche, a collaborator of Adolf Eichmann. is accused of directing the deportation and murder of 1.200 Hungarian Jews in 1944. He denies knowing anything about the mass murders then carried out by the Germans, although he was one of Eichmann's principal aides. Dr. Sagalowiti produced in evidence numerous excerpts from Swiss newspapers of June and July, 1944, reporting on the fate of Hungarian Jewry, and also gave evidence about information on the Nazi extermination which reached, neutral Switzerland at that time. At the request of the prosecution excerpts were read from a report by the late Dr. Rudolf Kastnf hard labor ranging from three 'o ten years. They pleaded that 'hey had acted under orders and refusal to obey would have entail%  d punishment and possibly death A fifth accused. Konrad Fiebig. was acquitted for lack of evidence. Ml the accused were government ing in 1941 of over 10.500 Jews in officials, police officers or well-to12.000 members of the the regions of Viina. Grodno and do businessmen at the time of judiciary apparatus were their arrest. Prosecutor Suspended the regions Vitebsk Sixty-seven witnesses were heard during the four-week trial. They told of the atrocities committed by BONN-(JTA)—Wolfgang Fracn the unit under Filberts command kc (he on v attornev appointed which herded together the victims recenUy 0 the slaff of no u/est -men. women and children-and German Federal Prosecutors of then killed them in matt shootings. fice wag gugpended Ml week on Filbert, aged ."Mi. who had been charges that he had participated in a bank director at the time of his -unlawful judgments" in the Hitler arrest two years ago. told the court People's Court during the Nazi refa led to quit voluntaril) and will now. according to the Justice Mm istry. be probed in searching Investigations already launched Fraenkel is the first suspended under the ruling. The Bundestag, lower Hou.se of Parliament, had decreed the order setting June HO as the deadline. The member! of the judiciary affected are those who participated in People's Court actions resulting in death penalties. Inofficial figures have indicated that ncarh present involved LET US PERPETUATE 0u. Names Forever By Buildivl the New City ME AMI in ISRAEL through the J \ Mayfhic Friedfcerg ;e %^u I RABBI Personality, inspiring lead • hip uate of a Rabbinical Summary University. 9 years m present poirj Experienced in all Rabb :al Seeks chonoe ef pulpit. Write P.O. Box 2973, Main Post. % %  ;,, that he regretted now that he had not commuted suicide at the time, even though his suicide would not Lodges, Leaders Given Citations JACK JINKINS ELECTED PRESIDENT PACE 10-A Greater Miami lodges and leaderof B'nai B'rith were singled r special honors at a luncheon held during the recent District 5 convention of the organiza*...:. in Washington, D.C At the luncheon, some 500 delegates paid tribute to the lodges and m for their outstanding work in human relations, citizenshii vet( rans activities ,iwell as tor meritorious ice in other fields of endeavor. Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith received a "first place" in the "Outstanding Lodge" category. North Dade was cited with a "runner-up." Miami Beach Lodge was cited for its work in citizenship and civic affairs, and Sholem and North Dade Lodges received awards in the "Outstanding Lodge News Bulletin" category. Charles Seiavitch, of Gilbert J Balkin Lodge, was honored "for all round meritorious service." For his work with B'nai B'rith youth, Eli Hurwitz, of Sholem Ledge, received a "Specific Activities" citation. Also cited in this category were Jack Wilson, North Shore Lodge, for "Welfare in Israel;" Samuel Nieberg, Coral Gables Lodge, "Hillel Foundations on College Campuses;" Leo Steinman, Coral Gables Lodge, "Citizenship and Civic Affairs;" and Leo Axlrod and William G. Thompson, Sholem Lodge, "Employ the Handicapped." Milton Hahn. of Sholem Lodge, received an Honorable Mention for his activities in behalf of the membership campaign conducted throughout District 5 of B'nai B'rith. And Frank Kravit was cited for his work in helping charter Hatikvah Lodge of Miami Beach in gime. Dr. Wolfgang Stammheruer Minister of Justice, ordered the suspension, since the June 30 dead line for the resignation of People's Court judges and prosecutors has expired. Fraenkel had been an assistant to the chief prosecutor in Leipzig during the Nazi regime. So far, reports from the Wesl German states to Stammberger indicate, about KM) memberof the pre.-ent judiciary have resigned, heeding the order that those who did not quit by June 30 would be investigated as to their People's Court activities However, at least 30 judges and prosecutors have 0RKIN PEST CONTROL SERVICE rooc/ie* \ rflf s silverfish^ Coral Gables Lodge of B'nai .... B'rith was the recipient of the specth New Lodges cate or > ial Sidney Kusworm Award for its work in citizenship and civic affairs. Cited as "Outstanding Lodge Presidents" were Murray Skup. North Dade. and Eli Hurwitz, Sholem. 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^ Pcce 4-A •JmbU ncrkliar Friday. July 13. ig^ "Jewish Floridian C77ICE md PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 Fr.ZD K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor SE2MA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU" Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv. Israel SAY tJ BINDER Correspondent Soblen No Lover of Zion The State of Israel was swift, fastidious, and correct in its decision not to offer Robert Soblen sanctuary. Soblen is a convicted Communist spy; and Israel, like many other democratic nations, has had her share of difficulties with Soviet-inspired espionage. Israel knows and understands, by first-hand experience, the nature and intent of men like Soblen. But the more legalistic considerations in the case revolve around the Law of Return. a provision written into Israel's Declaration of Independence, which guarantees the right of free entry to Jews everywhere. Soblen didn't jump bond in the U.S. on the eve of his imprisonment to rush to Israel for the sake of his love of Zion. Soblen. cuning as is the nature of the spy. sought sanctuary iom punishment by the evii and distorted exploitation of a principle universally sacred to Israel and to all Jews, whatever their nationality may be. Israel's forthright decision served prompt warning that the Law of Return was never meant to harbor criminals. The Law of Return was intended as a beacon of hope for the persecuted not as a legalistic device for the prosecuted. But the ultimate question, it would seem to us. is this: Why didn't Soblen make a try for Russia? Publl.hed every Friday .Ino. >; !" V7vn" ^^ at ISO N B Sixth Street. Miami 1, Jj" r '! a Second-Class Tostage Paid at Miami. Florid*. Th. Jew.th Floridian ha, absorbed the J *~' h T ^1 ^aVa oh it the Jewish weekly. Member of the Jew.s^hT>legraph.e Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, Wondw.de Ne*s Service, Nat.onal Editonal Assn.. American *"•' English.Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida P ress Assn. The Jewish Floridian does not tuarant he Kaahruth of the merchandise advertls< I In Its imn SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area One Year 16.00 Three Yeir, SOW Out of Town Upon Request Volume 35 Number 28 Friday, July 13, 1962 11 Tammuz 5722 Pattern for Anti-Semitism The worldwide manifestation of antiSemitism at this time would seem to indicate seme sort of pattern. The violent outbursts in Argentina have been welling for a long while, and perhaps a key to the situation lies there. The manifestations have also been making headlines in South Africa, Great Britain, West Germany, and the United States. (The Soviet Union's brand of Jew-hating suggests its own tical significance. We, in the Greater Miami area, have been particularly disposed to the virulence of anti-Semitism during the past few months. We call Argentina a key because that is where Adolf Eichmann sought refuge for so many years, and where he was captured and brought back to Israel for trial and execution. Eichmann's fate seems to have triggered the frequency and violence of the anti-Semitism; although it will take searching sociological study requiring decades before a really telling relationship between the two emerges. In Greater Miami, the Donald Branch case has pyramided into two more recent provocations: the picketing by two American Nazis of the Florida office of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith last week and the hatefilled comment offered by their bond-maker on Tuesday. All are interrelated, calling to mind the recent and happily unsuccessful visit here of George Lincoln Rockwell. However humorously it is suggested we regard Rockwell and his Nazi Party, based on his failure to achieve significant support and the miniscule size of his membership, the fact nevertheless remains that he constitutes the nominal basis for the recent unrest here, and that his activities must be observed with increasing concern. Greater Miami's law enforcement authorities are to be congratulated for the swift and resourceful manner in which they dealt with the picketing Nazis last week. The cooperation between Miami police and the State Attorney's Office, coupled with the assistance rendered by the Anti-Defamation League, which several days ago received a letter of commendation from State Attorney Richard Gerstein for the ADL's contribution to the prosecution in the Branch case, are all a model of effectiveness in this community's determination that hate can have no home here. during the week ... as i see it by LEO MINDLIN W E LIVE in a or| d *he> • w opposites consistently D i, gu* us. For this reason cn never be sure of the lo to that governs relationship Where values are the functL of one another becau> e sn ^, sense suggests that the) ourtto be. it becomes increasiaA wise to suspect the mut*? antipathies smouldering ,,• <\ in them. And even here, thw.l lurks too much hope, for men may come to accept the opposite 4 their anticipations by a process of personal adjustment so that \-\-'.' violence is actual!) done i" sense a> a meaningful expression of telligence. But what happen* when values are dissociated from their intd dependent relationships in such a way that all efforts at predicts.] bility inevitably fail — when a known set of causes yields an m\ known set of effects? This is one way of describing human -ocietj %  toda) It is also 4 way of clinically tabulating mental illne— $•>• %  .^ of the great nun.Is of the twentieth century have attempt, neel the two, in varying degrees of positive assertion char,, the era a* a world gone mad Relationships for many of these minds have become ,, dictable a* the courses taken b) electrons Jumping from rgy level to another, or molecules in Brownian mol seemingly stable matter into a state of never-ending flux astute philosophers ascribe to the unfolding science of nude and mathematics a start imut of sociological ills h. symptoms find mai the behavior of the voltatile at< so recently and fearfull) OPPOSIJIS AND SfFM/NC ABSURDITV yuHAT is THE apparent appli undisciplined actior of the events ol our tune' Thi examples are. in fa i and the difficulty lies mainly in beinj able to sort out thi ami the "bizarre" from a clinical point of view. The arrest week of Roger Foss and Gene Shalander, for example, n • ] mind William 1. Shirer's characterization of the early days Nazi Party in Germany, which attracted to its ranks a m it of hoboes made "intellectually" sensitive by their comn sexuality what could be more opposite to the seeming intent of thi mentary National Socialists as they formulated a synthetic Nietzcte Wagnerian view of the future than this kind of personality abei —what more disturbing to the superman than the betrayal of ha effeminate inclinations' Foss and Shalander offer striking resn blances to such opposite* They also refresh one's memory recent arrival here of George Lincoln Rockwell and his henchma:. Karl Allen, both of whom wore identical suits, and who sheepish!, explained the "accident'' to reporters in terms of the gay embarrav ment felt by women unintentionally gathered at a party in the not dress. But the classic portrait of the progenitors of -Kraft durrt Freude." made somewhat absurd by a pansy patina, is only oce anomaly here. Roger Foss presents an even more challenging cos tradiction. for he it was who. in August 1960. revealed his alleM liaison with Valentin M. Ivaoov, then first secretary of the Savw Embassy in Washington. According to Foss. he seriously considers moving to the Soviet Union at the time, and Ivanov purportedly gavt him $500 after suggesting that he leave his work as a cook in Sen York and get a government job in Washington. •:•:.;. %  f WAY Of WNDAHIHJAI INTSODUCTION BUT I HAVE always been a Nazi at heart." an Associated Pre* dispatch of Aug. 13. 1960 quotes Foss as saying. This is I question a non sequitor. It hardly explains his sudden decision not to become a Communist agent; neither does it justifv his equals .: den move to join George Lincoln Rockwell at Arlington. Va The general press has thus far failed to report the Ivanov inter lUde for perhaps these very reason, ,hat they refuse to "mate .••ense And does the recent role of Stefan Plumacher in the Uon of )on.,ld Branch "make sense"? Plumacher. a former G. and fflter Youth member, virtually placed his life in danger as a M. ami police undercover agent in the case that solved the at:. bombing Apr. 28 of Anshe Ernes Congregation, and that ma) 10 RW key to racial and religious violence here going as tar back Except for defense attorney Walter Gwinn'a comment to th. i U naebers role that no real American" could hay. nimseu in it the Branch Plumacher interchange would hai worth of commenl But Gwinns observation in reality empl • ••'.lerg.ng opposite in unwittingly deleterious terms to thi "'-'esis of his client, For Branch thus assumed the guise wnomous \ ,,/, pr,,t,.t> ,„ %  bent on besmirching the dor,. elples of the republic; while Plumacher in fact became a lattet iov, hie .i ?*., ""American bo) immigrant turned her •..• %  ., f ih .'! ; ""' iS ,l, "'-""-"'' 10 save ,t from tl designs of the villain received"!* W ihi Ch '\ by wa> f ,en th J' introduction to two letters I M i R V",'" dUnnS h, P M u n (,a >> 0 "e. fr "> se'e o, h r r r ,,,,s>,s n x %  • %  a ^matu** throw • I u u r -, h l S ,U '' V cu "*ntly appearing in a North Dade w I,, eh ?7*5 lh 8eries mbtitM -Viewpoint. Objectivity.' On, i '' • aP T ,UM 2 *"" as ,, T"" THI INCONHSTCNa THAT HAGUIS US I H sfu, E SEEN "" Mlhs, ""' r columni in the series, but their SUJ '•u.ruh;ch'K r ,ly Pr, d,t,uhU j,ld '" ^ he last para,, to attain their ," n> a KK r vation caused by the Negro* i er,v ,,T l i"''u" t,V rlght8 c Wtea subversion eon,, h ,: "" hl> Blrch ^""'O*ACh doe. not hesil CommJSsm have T[ "" l 1 s< "-' '"> "i avowed repudiation ,„ „,"'""*' !"" enou h f own intentions for me stance ." ,!l! ,tner %  ,r Ih, 'V of •inlflcica in this cept b violent contrast For on the same page a -"""' ^''u^7^:T:r ,,f pur p M '****** > £ ehy'l morning ( | >u u, 5 Wr,U ', r '"' '" M a ltMn ""'" ehroniclls tie fit ( s u "'"> •''">.• The .ports highlight the o.,,' M, mn ho -rolled a 267-t w Fr,da 3 n'Bht Obwrves the writer ingi Continued on Pg 5.4



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Way. July 13, 1962 '.Jpn/cf nrrMfan Page 9-B Si The Courier arfc Sonya Balogh and Harold Farberman To Highlight Tops' Concert Sunday Some 100 American youngsters from 15 states are In Israel after El Al i't flighl from New York to begin the second annual Bar ntzvah Pilgrimage co-sponsored by the American Zionist Council and L Jewish Agency for Palestine. The children, all 13 years of age, re slated to spend seven weeks in Israel Dr. Bruno Z. Kisch, (edical director of Veshiva l Diversity since 1938. has retired after a nunthat included participation in the development of the worlds ist electronic microscope 10 years ago Dr. Bertram w. Ktrn, fcnior rabbi ol Kneseth Israel Congregation in Philadelphia's Elkins (ark. has been appointed visiting professor of American Jewish Historj the New York School of Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute ol leligion Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president of tli' World Jewish |ot n ss. has urged the Argentine government to take all measures to Uppress the anti Semitic wave which followed the execution ol Adoll lichmann. Burton Kahn, president of Colonial Pontiac, beamini! over winning coveted Estes Trophy, awarded annually bj General Motors Tro iiy was a painting of the recent NASCAR race at Daytona Beach Diich th' Pontiacs dominated Dr. Sheldon Dobkin, president of Sports Car Club of Miami, still interested in hearing about courses' jitable for racing in South Florida ,*, Harvey Salomon, ol Colonial. > Detroit for a National Dealer Council meeting July 22 Reggie fanich, who teaches Hebrew at both Temple Israel and Beth Sholem till BCCOmpan) husband Joe, of the Israel Bond staff here, to the fAHC camp I" Cleveland, (ia on their summer vacation Pub (cist Hi Saii glowing over triumphs of his daughter in recent swimming races Martin Amster, field rep for Israel Investors Corporation, off on vacation to the East Boston conductor-composer Har< Id Farberman will make his local debut at the Miami Beach "Pops" concerts this Sunday evening, when he conducts the Cniversitj of Miami Summer Symphony orchestra in a program of light, popular music at the air-conditioned Miami Beach Auditorium Soloist on the program will he violinist Sonya Balogh, assistant concertmaster of the Universitj ol .Miami Symphony Orchestra, \ graduate of the Juilliard School of Music and the New England Conservator) of Music. Mr. farberman Joined the Boston Symphony orchestra m 1950 as a percussionist, playing under such distinguished conductors as Pierre Monteux, harles Munch and Arthur Fled I r It was Munch who taught Karherinan the fundamental art of conducting a symphony orchestra. Farberman is conductor-founder ol Boston's highly-respected New Arts Symphony Orchestra, an organization which has added a bright new element to that city's musical culture during the past two years. He has written several compositions for bassoon, trumpet and tynipani. SONYA BALOGH iiis all-percussion work entitled "Evolution" has been performed by Leopold Stokowski and the Houston Symphony, and his "TrimI et Concerto" has been perrmered bj Arthur Fiedler and the Boston "Bops' Orchestra, For his debut concert Farber man has programmed such familiar w o r k s as Berlioz' "Ral M V March.'' .lohann Ntr.tu-s' Overt :>• t o "Die Fie lermaus" and "The Blue Danube Waltzes," Aaron Copland's "Hoe Dov n," -elections from the Lerner and Loewe Broad ay musical hit "I t," and ., comtion written by Farberman especially for the! certs. "The Miami Beach Pops Tango Urs. Balogh, wife of I'M Sym ny Orchestra principal oboe I layer Judien Balogh, will also lie mak. %  t but .ii a solo role ; the "Pops." She will play Saint-Saens' "Havanaise and Sara. (isen." A native ol New York City, Mr-. gh re i ived scholarships at Juilliard, Chatham Square and the Mannes Schools of Music She has Tmed with symphonj orchestras in Pittsburgh, New Orleans, and Washington, D.C., before coming to Miami ten years ago. She is frequently heard in recital throughout the Mi mi area She has been playing the violin -nice the age of live. Rabbi Brooks Temple Zamora Spiritual Leader Among those signing up early for the Greater Miami Israel Assn.'s 12 day peace mission to the Caribbean are Sybil and Max Weitz, the Frankensteins, the Ben Essens, the Maurice Revitzes, Rabbi and \rs. Mayer Abramowitz and the Joseph Uptons Akiva Goffer, Zim eep, busy lining up details for the SS Jerusalem's 60-day trip to Israel ,..i Mexico Nov. 28 Rabbi Leon Kronish's skill at Israel Bond sell \ng will receive national recognition this year Rabbi David M. •ichhorn, director of field operations of the JWB commission on Jewh chaplaincy, was elected president of the national alumni association of the rTUAC-JIR The Workmen's Circle, fraternal and cul It ad organization, is sending former president Israel Breslow and D national director Salman Yefroikin to represent it at the world |< ference on Jewish education in the diaspora, scheduled to open in i riisalem Aug. 12. Dr. Martin S. Belle will discuss high blood pressure Sunday. 11 m over WCKH Wall Street Journal's article this week on mi .u i of stock market dip on philanthropies included significant item ni university hasn't received i single share of stock in the more I 'MI days since the end of the post-war hull market Jewish i ties are relying on growth of foundations, which have a reason !hle safeguard against severe ups-and-downs in giving because of ternry business fluctuations Dr. Henry Blum has been named vice i dent of the Florida Assn, of Mortgage Brokers, representing Dade inly. First meeting of the group here was held Tuesday at the ranllon hotel One-man show at Westbrooke Countrj Club this Weekend will feature works of Hugo Matzenauer, Hungarian horn artist fho fled his native land four years ago. lie won 8 fellowship from i Rockefeller Foundation since arriving in the United states, and I somi ol his works are owned bj New York Gov. Nelson Rockefeller. Marshall Simmons, the advertising whiz, and Herman Kellman, al Bark's public relations chieftain, combining talents with iobert Schwartz, another advertising ace. to head up Temple Beth lm fund-raising drive. Mrs. Louis Glasser pleased al excellent r spouse to installation ol local unit ol Greater Miami Technion Society Mike Baskin deserves I .'infor his lengthy and successful efforts to put the M IT. of I' Mi Idle East on the map hen' Dr. and Mrs. Irving Lehrman have nrked hard through the years for Technion. with the Temple Bmanuritual leader on the national hoard ... Dr. Jack Greenhouse haj be the sparkplug the National Children's Cardiac Hospital has Leo Ackerman deserves much credit for continued success ip Cancer Institute, on winch Jimmy Albert, J. Gerald Lewis, leonard Wien, Leonard Egert and others have toiled so well Vacation time is upon us, and this scribe takes off today for } polls and Omaha, accompanied by our own tribe of Indian. iks like another busj winter for national organizations, with con Mentions already set by United Jewish Appeal tafter a year's absence), ptate of Israel Bonds (for nth year in a row), Jewish Theological seminary of America. Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and several Mhers Judith Mazor, who changed her name from Mi/raclu. is fne of most representative Miss Israels yet. She's already been floodwith speaking offeraround the nation, according to Capt. Leo • ardner of Fl Al. which co sponsors the Miss Universe contest Sdythe Geiger, executive secretary of American Friends of Hebrew 'Diversity, back in town after a trip which included jaunt to Camp [udea Sid Segal has returned from Gotham, and is weighing -ev pal job offers as executive director for Jewish groups out-of town. 3c still has sand in his shoes, though. • • • Bill Bomstein, first Israel Bond chairman in Washington. DC. las selected Greater Miami — his home for the past several years — §> %  his summer vaeationland B'nai B'rith luncheon club meetings kntinue on Tuesdays at Lincoln Lane restaurant, with Gershon Miller, r* Schatzman andJoe Goodman holding forth Miami Beach Vice J&yor Mai Englander went to Bradenton at his own expense to launch Irive to get Miami Beach the l*'l Democratic national convention. {•'Ik of drafting former Beach Mayors Harold Turk and Harold Shapiro run for city council in 1963 not being dismissed lightly b) veteran "'"•cos Liberal forces actual!) elated over probable strong ReUbhcan opposition to former Sen. Claude Pepper in November. A •dory over vigorous CO I', would propel the Democratic Congresfonal nominee into an almost certain iS*ti4 return engagement with Spessard Holland. Temple Zamora of Coral Gables has announced the appointment of Babbi Hersehel Brooks as new spiritual leader of the Temple. Kabhi Brooks will assume the Zamora pulpit in September Rabbi Brooks has Semicha from Mesifta Talmudical Seminary of Brooklyn and Chaim Berlin and Tifereth Yerusbalaim Seminaries in Manhattan His first ordination vv as at Mesjfta in 1952. when he was 21 years old. In addition, the 31-year-old spiritual leader holds a Master's degree in theology from the Mesifta, and is ordained both in religious and civil law. He also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Miami. Previously, Rabbi Brooks was spiritual leader at the Miramar ation and confirmation classes at Jewish Center in Hollywood. Fla Zamora. He is also planning for and Lagrange Jewish Center in Lanight classes for teenagers in a grange. Ga. variety of Jewish related courses He and his wife, Alma Lois, will Registration for religious school be living in Coral Gables when he at Temple Zamora is now open for assumes the Zamora pulpit. the fall semester. Rabbi Brooks Rabbi Brooks plans pre-coniirm will be in charge of instruction. CARIB I MIAMI I A.IRAG.E 163 St. T "^*f" ,, i *' '*' I ',-" 1 MrftCl MM I • %  f 4I vVf i-^a-^-^-^-^-^- Op^n 1=45 : Open" JO. 45 Qpt'r lT-4s| |OpVn'i'i.45 | TODAY T^&$) cm mm vmw ,}r Lf%P !" J -lltal loiu-lt of MmR" rkway fUtMamfWSmeaaMm Mrs. Volpe Hosts Program University of Miami Symphonj orchestra manager Marie Volpe is hostess of a new television program. "Meet Me at the Pops." heard locally each Saturday, 5:45 p.m., over WLBW-TV, ch. 10. During the eignt week series, MrVolpe will interview such noted music personalities as Arthur Fiedler, conductor of the Boston Pops; Skitch Henderson, popular radio-television maestro: Franz ,\Her-, conductor of the Broadway musical hits, "My Fair Lady" and "Camelot:" and Karl Wild, pianist, all visiting artists WHO are scheduled to appear with the Summer Symphonj at the Miami Beach Tops concerts. Mrs Volpe formerly hosted a similar preconcert interview -how over WKAT for 14 years. par* !" ** ^Eitheatre CONTAGIOUSLY f JNNY! S-T5*( I Ope" 6:4! normandie TODAY I W& theatre Open 1:45 I VR T nnAV ~**rr** IUUAY 0pen 6 45 JUIB-' JiM -" Ckamma, entdiMq, B'nai Sholom Meets Sunday Regular meeting of the congregation of Temple B'nai Sholem will take place at the Temple. 16800 NW 21'nd ave. on Sunday, at 8:30 p.m. Following the business of the evening, the George Lincoln Bockwell slides prepared by the Jew i-h War Veterans will be presented Lou Deutsch. State Department commander of the Jewish War Veterans, will narrate the slides and serve U discussion leader. MIAMI BEACH CONCERTS 12th SEASON SUNDAY EVENING, JULY 15, AT 8:30 P.M. HAROLD FARBERMAN, SONYA BALOGH, CONDUCTOR VIOLINIST Works by Berltoi, Johann Strauss, Sarasate. Chabner. Lamer & Loewe SINGLE TICKETS: $1.25 to $2 75 .it U-M Sym Off.. MO 1 4960: MB. And.. JE 1-0477; Cordelia's FR 3-5123: U-M Ticket Off.. 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W*SWEBKJI Fcce 6-3 +Je*isrrkrM/*r Friday. July 13. 19S2 3n tlieKeatm of Society i <•: li\ hi. ( H, JACKIE .'ackie (Mrs. Burl 1 Haft realizes that the year she spent in Lake ,•. Italy, studying music contributed a great deal to her philosoph) life. She didn't think that she would be able to take it, that year. way up on the mountainside, lugging every speck of water up those stairs, living on eggs, sardines and tuna fish, and walking a mile to her singing lessen every day. That year made Jackie li il facing up to anything that came her way in life later on. Jackie was burn in Leominster, Mass. While her parents were out • wn, she consented % %  • sing in a Junior High School play. Her ier, on hearing her high, sweet voice, realized that she had promise sent her to the Eastman School of Music. Later. Dr Ernest for whom she auditioned, said he would take her as a pupil if she promised to sing exercises for a whole At this time, she was enrolled in Ci lumbia University, She did as he requested, and the trip to Italj to study under his own c< was the result In 1951, she made her debut at Can Hall, and then came Town Hall Alter Jackie widowed, she continued her career During this time, her friends and Bull's were ing to bring them together, They did — and the result proved thai thenfriends were right. When thej n ovi I to Miami Jackie's little daughters, Lisa and Wendy, were thi be given an official welcome to their new judge — the loptiot of the moppets legal Now • : i n ii Haft i'amn t ei firsl boj in Jacki< general s. and her fath : % % %  % %  flew eighteen folks s orate the won. The {iris have suns, moi and h< them make a li i elj pit heai The al I ibl ""ill be a sing i I hi ks bai k n henever he • sic. %  practices evei ly, takes less mi sings for org helps uith the Symphony Club and the Opera Company. Also on list of activities are Beth Sholom Sisterhood and Brandeis Uni%  ty National Women's Committee she lias a thing about cleaning ers and closets — loves to. She also likes to bake, swim, arrange ers and set different! toking tables. Now she is taking golf les• hoping to get good enough so that her husband will play with her They have lets of cook-outs, since the Hafts have one of the most plicated patio grill carts in town. Burt manages all eighty-live • if it — even though he can't do a thing in the house. All Jackie ro do is sing for her supper. LC7S Of PARTIES Bert and Mabel Waller had the families over for dinner; so did Morr.d Rhoda Morris. The families belong to Sandy, daughter of Mr. Mrs. Philip De Leon, and Jack, son of Emanuel and Belle Goldeh At present, the Goldstritches .. house guest. Mannie, in j hi igl m on Optimist i --. stopped off in St. Louis and brought %  ieyear-old ter home as a surprise. When her Z arrives to si in il %  brother Jack's wedding, he % % %  I omi li Ki lal luni heoi T ride-to s tv %  ints as w ell is a group I %  irn thre Marilyn 'Mrs j Smith Judy Mrs : %  I Arlene Mrs Herbert skj im| t list. Sai I very bri lish in a ral pi int rith 'loom Silk Organza For Miss Randall Wedding vows were exchanged between Helen Paula Randall and Paul [den Mittentag at Temple Beth sholom on Sunday afternoon, July 8. with Rabbi Morns Skop officiating at the 4 p.m ceren The bride is the daughter ol Mr and MrIra Randall. 2424 No. Bay rd. The groom's parents are Mr! and Mrs Julius Mittentag. 3730 Royal Palm ave. Maid of honor was Mi s Marilyn Sacharofi Miss Dale Randall and Miss Irene Ran lall. sisters of the bri e, joined MisMarilyn Mittenister "i the groom, as bridesmaids. Ann Randall was flower girl, and Sti vt n Randall served as ringbean r Best man for the gn m was Carl Seligman. Ushers included Paul Fruitman, Barry Marlin, James ill, and Philip XeFor the wedding, the bride chose a white silk or ivn featur ing a scoop and si alloped neckline enhanced with alei i si e I am! irid 'scenl rhe prini ess line style gow n had si li di ed pearls an a full Bach tra ped bj a Vbi Sa and d Her doul s cei crown was pouf of Fi illusion pie 11 n to .. B ; Mrs Mi • CARDS FROM nald and Esther R I in in eing enterta li ind Dorothj Fe DeI sther Mrs -. av irtj in New York met Lucj an and h ters in the Metropolitan Museum of A::. In Georg Jenssen's Esther then bumped into Sam and Adeline nson with Sam's brother and niece from Birmingham Es \ %  .n New York for the fairy tale wedding of Ethel Nagler's • As MRS. RICHARD AUSPITZ A GOLD SPOON That made a lovely gift for Raymond and Del Rubin to give to Lynn, new daughtei .1' Robert and Patricia Markowitz. The ft. ins are the godparent. Harry and Florence Markowitz are proud t %  dparents, all right. THE FIRST FORTY Jack and Mimi Shankman took Budd and Iris Cutler out for dinm But the Cutlers had to be home by nine-thirty because the baby sitter had to leave. Budd was mad as a hornet when they drove up tc ihe house and saw the baby-sitter sitting and the kids running all ind the house instead of being in bed. However, he caught on when he opened the door, and all of his friends shouted "Happy Birthday." It was quite an evening, with the whole house gaily decorated Th Florida room was fixed up like the Nineteenth Hole. Iris, who is SO clever at art, had drawn appropriate posters. Mina (Mrs. Marshall G Iblatt. Selma (Mrs. Manny) Abraben, Annette (Mrs. Aaron) Foosner. Pat (Mrs. Ed) Straw-gate and Boo (Mrs. Selig) Snow put on a leal skit called 'Those Wonderful Years or Old Cutler Ridge." While Budd opened his gifts, among them such rare articles as an Executive Coloring Book and a golf crying towel, a tape recorder Churned in full swing, and no one knew about it. Played back, the s,.tsts became absolutely hysterical. Guests included the Seymour Scnersteins. Marvin Zanks. Nat Liebmans. Bill Ashers, Ronny GerGerry Weitzmans. Meryl Taubs. Irving Bolotins. Mr. and Mrs St; mour Weiss, and the Ef Gales. A1BS. PAUL A1/TT£NTAG il Il _e | ho UI Baron, Rubine Exchange Vows Maryl.n Sue Rubine became M Ronald Irwin Baron in evening vows, at ft p m on Saturday, J 7. in Ihe Algiers hotel. Rabbi Al ; ( u. xman offici it< I The bride is the daughter of Mr, Mi H rold Rul ine, 8280 3 16 i; .i Mi imi The : ,.; %  -. are Mr and Mr-. San 219J Xo Baj rd M ich. Mis Bi tte Baron w as mai i honor f r hi r .ster Bridesmai l was Miss Susan Helm Best man for I %  • Wi m Gor on I''hi r< ir.i led Mar im • bride, >,.\ mi .Bai brother of I %  Man K New I : Baron gra I I from Cora i Senior H -, | %  %  she %  as ol Tau Alpha Omeg; she is pi inior a rsitj mi The gr om is a iti ol I • rida 19-iS. he b ..-..i n %  • • %  legrce in He is pi %  %  %  • n Co maica I • n • %  • il home .it I %  %  : m m Auspitz, Finer Plan Jax Home Sheila Beth Finer and Richard Auspitz exchani ed vows a! the Seville hotel on Saturday evening. July 7 Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz officiati al the H o'clock ceremony, The bride, daughti r if Mr and Mrs. Jack Finer. 618 85th -t Miami Beach, chose a pea featuring alencon lai i e trimmed with seed ;u arls Matron of honor for her sister was Mrs Lolly K >ta Junior i A as her sister Miss Adrienni .: Lisa Finer also a sistei Best ma • %  i ite 1 i • •; Cohens Announce Diane's Betrothal Mr and Mrs. George Cohen. 84 Shore Drive West, Miami, announce the engagement of their daughter. Diane, to Myron Sandier, -on ol Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Sandier. 509 Miller rd. Coral Gables Mi.-.Cohen graduated from Miami Senior High, where she was a member ol Tn Beta sorority and president of Beta club. She attended the Women's Col lege of the University of North Carolina, and is now a senior at the University of Miami. She is treasurer of the school of education student government and a Dean's List scholar. Mr. Sandier graduated from the University of Miami, where he was treasurer of the school of business I administration, chancellor of Delta Sigma Pi business fraternitv. and j a member of the accounting honorary. He is presently an account1 ant in Miami. Vuspitz. 1 '. %  N' m A ed fr and atl : Pain 1 Junior 1 "' F 'rida an I Uni %  • Miami and is in business in id Reception follo< ed dding at the Seville After a honeymoon spent in Jam.,,. | „;,,],. „. :| be at home at 1129 Al dr Jack sonville, Kla. %  I0HALD BAMM r> % > > % % i > % SEWING MACHINES A'SED & RE3JILT -> Work Guaranteed. SPKMlf This Week Only • Check Tuning • Clean & Oil • Choc' Wiring • ChtCR Brushes • Check Controls • Check Motor • Mint Hook A Roc; Call WI 5-1259 D. & D. MACHINE REPAIR We ore Closing for Vacation August 11th PURCHASE YOUR FULL SUPPLY OF FINE YAtNS NOW AT REDUCED PRICES FOR YOUR FALL ITEMS! free Instruction end Beautiful Styles fa Choose fro. 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Pcge 8-B *Jewist ncridiar Friday. July 13. 1962 Balkin Women Install Officers Ne officers of Gilbert .' Balkin chapter of B'nai B'rith Women were installed at the chapter's annual dinner recently. The ceremony was conducted by Mrs. Stephanie Klein. Those taking office were president, Mrs. Herbert Lowe: vice president, Mrs. Barry Potlock, Mrs [rvinj Ostrow, and Mrs Norman Weiner; treasurer, Mrs. William Geiger; recording secretary, Mrs Sheldon Rosenfleld: corresponding secretary, Mrs. Kenneth Herman: financial secretary, Mrs Seymour w einstein. Sentinel. Mrs. Bernard Miller: guardian. Mrs Mel Brown: historian, Mrs Albert (ileiberman: counselor, Mrs Sy Bobbins: trustee, Mrs. Samuel Mo-lel: parliamentariah'Mrs Herbert Ross. Elected board, members were Mrs. Jerry Kay Mrs. Walter Rosenberg, Mrs Marvin Weisbrot, Mrs Sa m ue I Weiaer, and Mrs. Worm r Sommer Mrs. Sy Robbins (left) pins President's pin on Mrs. Herbert Lowe, president-elect of Gilbert J. Balkin B'nai B'rith Women lor 1962-63. Pinning took place at the chapter's annual installation dinner. Me Ami Project Cfcal Hadassah Party Chai group of Miami Hadassah will hold a cocktail party Sunday night, at 9 p.m.. at the Deauville hotel Casanova room. Entertainment will feature Barry Ashton's "Vive! Les Girls'"' In charge of the affair are Mrs William Barker. 175 NE 132nd tor., and Mrs. Louis Marsh. 1400 NE 203rd st. Secures Million In Bequests Here Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami has heard reports from Max Hecht and Johan L. Berman on Me Ami. Miami's twin city in Israel. Hecht's report followed his recent visit there with Mrs Hecht, which the couple called "a sight to behold" and "thrilling enough to elevate one's soul to the greatest heights." Hecht told the Council that "the screeching of wilderness and rocky mountains calling with silent voice for a 2.000-ycar-long redemption has finally been fulfilled Hecht called Me Ami "a symphony of creation under the aegis of the Jewish National Fund." At the meeting, Mr. and Mr. Berman and Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Eisenbaum, one of the founders of the Me Ami project, announced increases in their individual gifts. Dr. Zev W. Kogan. counsel for the .INF here, reported on the Jewish National Fund Me Ami dedication pilgrimage scheduled to leave for Israel on Oct. 18, which promises to be "one of the greatest experiences in a lifetime."' according to Dr. Irving Lehrman. chairman of the JNF Foundation here, who together with Mrs. Lehrman will participate in the pilgrimage. Leon J. Ell. president of the Council, revealed to the executive board that the Me Ami project has thus far scheduled close to one million dollars in bequests "and about 20 peri-;, i in cash as promisMiamian Granted Yeshiva Semicha Mr. and Mrs. B. Sachs, of 123 SW 31st ct., Miami, announce the granting of Semicha (rabbinical ordination) to their son. Melvin at commencem e n t exercises of Yeshiva University in New York City on June 28. Rabbi Sachs was a student at j Yeshiva for the past nine years, where he first entered high %  .chool upon graduation from the Hebrew Academv here. Bib!e Cards To be Available .i ob's Bible Cards, a Mai deck of playing card*, will shortly be making their appearance in Miami. The cards are standard with the e: ception that, by substitutinj mi us Bible characters [or conventional kings, queens, and jai -.-. Ihe> enable the player to combine education with pleasure The deck was designed by the noted Bible artist. Habaii, and is manufactured ui Israel. The back of each card features an oval layout of the symbols of the 12 tribes of Israel. In the clubs suit, for example, the king is symbolized by King Ahasuerus, smoking an Oriental pipe at a feast as described in the Book of Esther, chapter 1. The queen is Queen Esther, shown beautifying herself as told in chapter S of the Book of Esther. The diamonds suit features King David and his harp, illustrating Samuel II. chapters 11 and 23. and Queen Bathsheba. bringing to life the story in Kings I. chapter 2. The jack is Joab. son of Zeruiah. who was the captain of David's host as chronicled in Samuel 11. chapter 2. The joker for Jacob's Bible lards is Asmodai. the black-winged demon with taloned feet, who delights in upsetting the plans of men The deck will be made available here through Arthur Selevan, pioneer Miami resident, of Naveles • lobbing Co., 3732 NW 50th St. Selevan is a former vice president of Beth Torah Congregation, and belongs to Jewish War Veterans and Knights of Pythias. RABBI SACHS He received a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology and education at Yeshiva in 1960. Upon attaining Semicha, Rabbi Sachs was granted a Master of Hebrew Literature degree from the Bernard Revel Graduate School of Yeshiva. Rabbi Sachs has been commissioned as a chaplain in the U.S. Army, and will be stationed in Ft. Folk, La., for the next two years He is the nephew of the late Hah hi Abraham Sachs. <>t Miami UM Professor To be Speaker United Nations Study Group of Miami Beach will meet on Tuesday. 8 p.m.. at Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn.. 1244 Washington ave. Prof. George K Smart, of the Department of English at the University of Miami, will be guest speaker Prof. Smart will discuss "Berlin Crisis Mrs. Anna Weiss is chair man of the evening. For Very Special Occasions... 3bEhwt COUNTRY CLUB'S CALCUTTA ROOM • 7 %  marine having the entire Diplomat i %  y for weddings, parties i faciht|es for There no other room quite like the Calcutta 1 area! Lnlimited free parking". 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the 1M< ovnan s "World by ISABEL GROVE im for ir.tt --r designer Richard Ohrbach, of Miami Ha iusl riii'.-i.; I from New York with a contract in esign and completely redecorate the La Guardia i.,. G rdia Hotel Bast, super-structure now beBoth are o*i the -ite "I the World's Fair in be held in 1964 A I ional satisfaction t i the artist in Rick, iven eompleu aesthetic freedom A more immi• • iking Hick i" Paris to decorate the reallj huge ap then bj Gigi Reynolds Carrier, his European repre-,; %  -. Payton and son Bob left this week for Troy, NY.. ihey i" spend the summer with her family Handsome ident <>f the '62 class of Miami Beach High, voted "Most "Wittiest" too Plans to enter the University of rolina in Chape! Hill cone September, with a career in relations members of the Amateur Artists Assn. of Dade County. %  %  titled "Everglade-. Feeding Time" and "The Mill" itally, Larrie's Close iriend and fellow executive at Riverldi Memorial Chapels. Lenny Zilbert. returned from a llendei vacation with wife Rosalind the day Larne left Mrs. Henry Gilbert isn't superstitious one bit She'll be at 11 :' on Friday the 13th, to see her husband off for the annual Hollar Hound Table convention in Montreal. Canada *ill be honored for achieving $1 million in life insurance • t ach year tor the past 15 years 1 ••> Harbortte Harry Linsky has racked up a mileage record %  '!• airlines, between Miami and Chicago, since establishing <:. Studio here .He jetted to the Windy City again this •IK to begin designing a new Freii Harvey bar in the Union StaI d "The Captain's Table" Florida sea shells, fish nets. ithentic boat hardware will be used in the interiors, and the 1 trance will resemble a -hip's prom, complete with red and green ''lights Mn Sol Lanster entertained with a dinner parti a! i Country Club over the weekend. Their guestwen • ; Mrs. Martin Schneidman and Mr BUd Mrs Norman Seigal. •< w Ycrk, Di Lanster's lister and brother-in-law. T eJewisli Floridiaiti Miami, Florida, Friday. July 13. 1962 %  .or. I -*TT At recent installation ceremonies of the Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women are seated (left to riqhtl Mrs. A. Arthur Pekelner. installing officer; Mrs. Milton Green. Council president; and Mrs. Sarah Shapoff. treasurer. Standing (left to right) are Mesdames Jennie Miss Israel of U62. Judith Mazor, during a break in rehearsals on stage with Miss Da Karel. of El Al Israel Airlines, and Capt. Leo Gardner. Southeast district manager for Ll Al 1 Lovely Miss Israel of Talents Including Judith Mazor, Miss Israel of 1962. will carry the hopes <>t her conn tr> into the MisUniverse Pageant at Miami Beach Convention Hall this weekend Earlier in the week, the Israeli beauty was busily engaged in rehearsals on stage, as well as in Other affairs pertaining to the pay eant. A native of Israel, the 18-year old Miss Mazor previously won the Queen of the Sea bikini contest in Israel. In addition to her obvious beauty, she is an accomplished pianist and master of four Ianguages: Hebrew. English. French. and Spanish Pageant officials have utilized Miss Mazor's lingual talent during rehearsals and at various functions necessitating communication with Latin American contestants. As a result, the Latin beauties have deSeitlin. chairman of Child Rescue Fund: Moses Meyer, vice president in charge of funds; Abraham Seltzer, chairman of the afternoon: Leo Goldman, vice president; Oscar Zeltzer, chairman of Moetzet Hapoalot; and Marvin Copenhagen, recording secretary. Beach T Women Eye Progress v thi r 'successful year" for the sDh ision of the Beach Y was rei ted at a n cent board meeting held at the home of Mrs. Sitlnej I. any. president Funds rai.-ed during the year ire being used for an air-condition unit to be installed in the auditorium at the YMHA, 1536 Hay rd The group of women, formed two years Bgo, saw the need for n placements, repairs and improvements of the "V." and has dedicatei it sell to carryii g out these proi "Long experience shows that thi n ... great need for providing meeting | lace fi i peopli i : rogram al Y • help." they feel "These her in purp ISI I ipin • s for the "i and th< community %  %  I ting plans were in for the i yi ar, which pn %  e an exciting i M erieni Division is arra : on .. profession il musical i called the "V Follies, with : -t ol 150. [he meeting were Mesdames Milton Green, Robert GrossSolomon Kami. Jacob KatzWalter Lebowitz, Arnold Rosen, Harold Vinik, Norman Ciller. Albert Sommers, Samuel oka. Leon Epstein. Elliot Pearl. Haul Jay, Jul I Ser, and Wilma Lemb. 1962 Has Many Brains and Artistry veloped a warm friendship and admiration for their Israeli rival. ju : itli is not only intelligent, but exudes a radiant warmth and understanding, which when coupled v. ith her unusual fresh beauty. makes her an outstanding Miss Universe competitor. Many in the audience at the Bay front Park Torch of Friendship ceremonies gasped in awe with the exclamation. "Greta Garbo." or. her arrival here, when Miss Mazor took the center Stage in a graceful and regal manner to present her gitt from Israel to Miami Beach Mayor Kenneth Oka. During rehearsals, she chatted with Miss Ua Hard, of El Al I rael Airlines, herself a beauty queen, having won the International competition for Miss Intel Air Hostess hi re In 1959. Opri-Mrs. Plans For 'House Party' Opti-Mrs, Club of Miami Beach will be combining business with pleasure at its forthcoming "House Party" at the Diplomat hotel on Aug. 4 and 5. Included in the activities will be can and golf tournaments for both d women, with valuable* prizefor each, A weekend for tw< ;.! the Diplomat will also be i •, | M a y. Reservations are being taken by Goodman Mrs Sam chairman and MrMurpreside i



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Pcge 8-A +Je*lstfkrHi*>r Friday. July 13. 1962 Argentine Downgrades Anti-Semitism Sir Th. %  • imitation,"] vert attention from various final isaCommun-l ial scandals in uhirh the ^iare Involved. Continued from Page 1A I extreme right groups and thai i believed that there were some military figures and many i lie priests with influence "hi do not conceal their support i i se acti\ ities Dr. Isaac Goldenbcrg. president o! tl .. DAIA, the representative body of Argentine Jewry, discuss(hi (Hulls of the organization ti • bilize public opinion against th( i !i-Semitic developments, said ave opened an abscess and jblic opinion is alerted." Vdrogue made his position clei n a ni ionw ide tele< tsi i. address in which he con emne anti Semitic incidents an thai the government would i. verj legal step to supress ;. %  • activities and th.' clement-; r< >il le ir them Dr Adrogue v nmediately praised by Dr, I erg, who told the Jewish Ti aphic Agency thai '"never has E • rning Minister in Argentina been so outspoken in condemning ,, process which dates back several years." The Minister told the Argentine people 'hey could be "absolutely certain that this Government will be firm and decisive in taking sanctions agairst those who start and sustain a climate of insecurity and -nsubordination resulting in violence." He also referred to Jewish self-defense uni's who engaged in an exchange of pistol fite last week with plainclothesrr.en while the Jewish youth were guarding a synagogue against new attacks. A Jev ish youth and polici .' i re wounded I > A deplored the action, t He added "II is not necessar> to point to the fruitful and laborious efforts by the nundre -I thousands oi our Jev ish compartiol si stress nscientiousI, thai tl ttacks injure our Judea Names Cantor Brown r H. Richard Brow n is i (. at Tempi" Judea of Coral i • aci i rding to an announce ere. 1 • r Br i" n joined Ral bi Mor(u i Podel for the firs! sen ice in In%  '. capacity at the Temple daj evening r Brown is the descendant ol ng line of cantors i adei s His great-grandi %  was Rabbi Smolerrski of Po.grandfather, Cantor Is ilko.'/. u a s iiber Cantor" in i essburg, Hungary, and his i.' Rev Max Broun, u a s a i. in Youngstown. 0.. for many ,u. until Ins retirement in 1S57 C; :or Jack Broun, a brother. L. eiateil with Temple Or-EloI Jericho. L.I. tor Brown began to sing at ttu -e of five, when he joined the ly choir The I chants and prayers were an integral pi :• ife for l five boj Prior to entering Hebrew Union College and the cantorate, Cantor Broun had an extensive career in show business, which included ap inces on the Dick Broun show Stop the Music." with Bert Parks, Kay Arm en and Dick Brown, were lar \ isitors into most ol thi i %  : America for manj years, is v as 'Family Circle." ith w .liter Kiernan and Dick Brown. In 1956. he entered the Hi Ciliege S c h o o I of Sacred music. In addition to music, Cantor Broun had also majored in education. Prior to his new post. Cantor Brown was cantor at the Commun' ity Synagogue in Rye. NY Fatherland and presenl ihe world in a seriouslj cisl image." Dr Adrogue said the Government will employ, when necessary these steps: "Closing premises; prohibil ing any means of expressini tacks against the Jewish community or itmembers or any other religious or racial group; i live investi jation ol individuals a 5 ,,; h acts and sO-( i ideologies' thai encourage tl and canci lation ol the licenses nizatioi pf • s miti-ni A stal %  f the i lii the Ihe Bish Wi our duty to denounce ;idangi .i series ol armed attacks i • -. institutions carried out b> is-yel :: • %  '• therefon sailants "While the authors of these acts are as yet unidentified, we resist the belief that such infamous contradictions can be real among the baptized. It is necessary to state, however, that the State must put an end to such activities which, in this moment, could lead to the introduction of actions of greater excess against the sacred r-ght of persons and institutions." 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Fxidoy. July 15. 1962 I E s Page 12-A ~ %  1 Rabbis Ask More Time' to be Spiritual Leaders liberty for the Jews of Route, Russian Jewry is being victimmd unjustly." that he might devote more of his leaders, time and energy to spiritual mat jews for alleged economic infracts. He also noted that in recent weeks in the Soviet Union ten, was made here Monday be^ fore the 26th annual convention of the Rabbinical Council of America in the Waldman hotel. The appeal to the convention of the Orthodox rabbis was made by the organizations past president. Rabbi Theodore L. Adams, of New York. "Lay synagogue and comr.. unity leaders. he asserted, "are reducing the power of the rabbi in individuals of High ethical and religious eminence, such as me rabbi." At a session Harold H. Smiin. i X.T<5! Reoublic u fharply criticized the.recem dte ******** J"""**g •k marketeers. speuilatctrs. iu. ^ThoUdi';cu.*d-,he relationicncy manipu.a.ors and pilfer, .hips between Israeli and American Jewries. He challenged one "Synagogue leaders should relieve the rabbi of such functions as business administration, fundraising and glorified public relations operations, so that he can be restored to a position of deep I can £££^fa ^ m that "d.aspiritual distinct on, WH-JJ2 "u?" which, he said, held that and persuasiveness. The hope Ogue. h lies si0 n Sunday mgh, Rabb. there JjVJgSStt* H. Smith, of Chicago. Hd atwc. d a crack sharpty criticized the recent"dte gfJ&gFjwi as .Ueged togue" held in {^JfSJ h ack marteteers. speculators. curAmerican Jewish and srael lead m ^ and pl|(ercrs and pe for a truly creative resurgence cannot rest with narrow 'organilation men It must be based on the corsscrated commitment of Former Argentine President Hits Outburst of Anti-Semitism BUENOS AIRES iJTA) Lt have no place in Argentine life or BLE.INUS Ainco traditions Gen. Aramburu said Gen. Pedro E. Aramburu. former "J^Vecenl manifestations oi Argentine President during the provisional government that mist^.^ e.i Juan I'eron trom the presidency ••israeU-AtArican Jewish tics could be reemphasized through the simple process of learning the Hebrew language." •For more than 3.000 years.' Rabbi Smith maintained, the Jewish people the world over had retained its identity and heritage, not because of Language but because oi the close spiritual ties oi the Torah, which has guided the Jewish people in their clayto day living Religion, and it.common ideals, have always been the u Noting the "great contradiction and irony" for the Kremlin to espouse freedom for the new countries of Africa, Asia and South America, and on the other hand to persecute the Jewish minority in the Soviet Union. Rabbi Schwartz asked that Russian Jewry be restored and rehabilitated "to lead a life full of Jewish dignity, respect and fulfillment." in view of the "undying devotion" and loyalty of Russian Jews to the Soviet Union, particularly their sacrifices during World War II. PALMER MEMORIALS "Miami's Only Jewish Monument Builders" SIDH PALMLK Exclusive Dealer "ROCK OF AGES" FAMILY MEMORIALS To live in Hearts We leave Sinnd It 10 I .§ FpreveI %  "r:z'iz Also calling upon the United ascribe. r K.T?TS Sg£3 SffiKMSS*?S fruits "f intolerance, which j m bued with the realization that Scheduled Unveilings SUNDAY, JULY 15, 1'62 iadic fruits of intolerance, wn.cn imDue „ w.tl. ne rwu ,„ ml|M v ,, 'must be repudiated by the Argenour bond of unity rests in thespineaderi of e ^ „,,. f this country, sharply condemnR .. ua obUgaUo „s which we share, heir^utmost rw of ant.-Semitism ^ ^ p ,„ 1( „ tt ,„ b ggrdtorf. ^ ( U he fundamental guaranMarcelo Sanchez Sorondo, editor of In a arongfr ^^^ m 5J of unfetered religious^ultural the ultra right-wing nationalist ion of Soviet f^^StStB weekly "Second Republic." pubish citizens. Rabbi Albert B. lished an article Sunday accusing Schwartz called upon world lea* Argentina's "unassimilated Israelers of the major religious faiths SI" of -provokingthe recent "to voice their powerful opposi-, outbreaks of anti-Semitism. The tion" to the Kremlin s continued Mi. Nebo Cemefer^ IDA Hf UIGMAN, 2 pm. K..i • • SI rmii Si ed the new wave here Significance was attached to his statement due to the fact that he now heads a new political party. Union Nacional, and his name has been advanced as the possible next president of Argentina. Pointing out that the world owes Pointing out that the worm owes : ou(breaks of an u-Semitism. me mm w u= ^ "", •' much to Jewish scientists, and that ankle emploved the discredited policies" aimed at destroying int. racist or religious persecutions] Na2i C ommunist canard of alleged fundamental tenets of Judaism ana %  Jewish involvement in -financial religious liberty scandals." accusing DAIA. the cenAddressing members of the Hah tral organization of Argentine Jew binical Council. Rabbi Schwartz, rv of beins headed hv such per-. chairman of the convention, coi • i 1 1_ -^ 0lat. tnf nvim demned the Soviets for executing KUAMUfV QUALITY SERVICE GELB Monuments INC. 140 SW 57 Ave. Fn Blocks Mi \el Ph. MO 1-8583 7 Years Experience of Specializing in Only Jewish Monuments For All Jewish Cemeteries Occci^cin 2ros. Monuments 71 Inorahm Street Brooklyn. 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FR 4-2710 FR 4-8783 GRANITE MEMORIAL ARTS Jewish Division of) THURMOND MONUMENT CO. iNvnts you TO VISIT THEIR SHOWROOMS AND DISPLAT LOOK FOR TWO-STORY WHITE BUILDING MAY WE SERVE YOU AS WE HAVE SO MANY OTHERS 3253 S.W. 8th STREET HI 4-1614-HI 4-2157 MlMOKIALi OF BEAUTY DIGNITY AND PERMANENCY NATIONAL Monument Co. Creators o "PERSONALIZED MEMORIALS" Why be forced to purchase a stock item whet} you can personally create your own design? Our capable staff will gladly assist you in designing a living tribute to your loved one. A ihorued Dealer 3250 S.W. 8th Street HI 6-6009 Here, memory is forever enshrined in beauty Mount Ni \1 I J fin { i )u-t .iil I I highly • '•' I J ii l.iniili' A !' %  i; %  • -tu.il i if Fund rxi et 'Imp II "' .\.-nr I--UI HI. ol itMI-MT-I li.iMiinu hraulv \nd llirn .inno ur, .I-M---IH. nts %  r iii.unt. ii in.....-!-. Your initial i--t II I \'t\MIII nnl) un' Dftailt "ill be |tl liiini-lird, in youi humc, b) mail oi phone. MIAMI'S MOST BEAUTIFUL EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH CEME':'-'' ^Mtf(Q/I^Wwtm 5'JOS Northwst 3rd St. Phone MOhawk 1-7691 FOR DETAILS WRITE TO Mount rJebo Cemetery 5505 NW. 3rd Street, Miami. Flor <" .'.-. full detail* i"i FaMil) l> %  in Mount NVAo Zone



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irjay, July 13. 1962 • MH /#> FkrHirir Fage 15-A LEGAL NOTICE \ %  BY PUBLICATION L THE C RCL-IT COURT OF THE. L. I,\T E NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF L f .pRDA IN AND FOR DADE rnuNTY, IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 7231 L I.IAM. CII.LIAM. IT FOR DIVORCE III.1.1 AM \iu mhlngton :..iLi. 'hlO I, ,,., h.r. hj notified thai a Hill I |ni ("i Divorce ha* hei n I >..ii. and you anreP ..,. a copi nl v..ii'n .r f ... ., „„ i.. inKin "f Complaint itifl Attorney, Kon.1 \ K 163rd Stret t, North i, I |a mi.I flit Hi-%  If nrt. i ..i I'll adlng In il fflce f.,. • • k nf the "Ircull i 'ourl i n [ .tli da) of August in i Judgment b) di laki n igalnal you f.-r th.I ,..i in the Bill of Com... -inili I..published onci %  tour %  nn eutlvt weeks THE IKW ISH Kl.i'ltll'IAN ,\K \N|l 'III IRRED al Miami. I .. jrd da) "i Julj A I' | %  |i M: VTHERM \N. rial >>. i iad< %  "ountj Floi da |l> K M I.YMAN, it} Clerk M "i i-1:v^ \ K li i.l Si i • • Hi in h, to rlda : 6-U-20-2; IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF C.ORDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No 62C 6328 % %  %  itXSTKIN and |ti IINSTKIN. ; a R M M DAYENU BY HENRY LEONARD LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER F.CTITIOUS -MA ME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN ihai il). tnderslgned, desiring to ens In I niler I hi fictitious nanii %  •I MODERN PRC1T SHIPPERS tt i::tv. Washington Avenue. Ml lieach, Florida Intend to register aald iiam.. with the t'lerk of ihi Clri ill Court of Hade County, Florida. MICHAEL .1 RI'BIN Kola i Iwnar BR( IAD & I'ASSKI. Attorni >. f..v Applicant 120 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida t. 82, 29 7 •".. i". LEGAL NOTICE M VRD E I'lN'.'AN and .• i K in.l MAROIA i ; i :• IRI IK L. %  \\ ', ..:, i l: EL UNI-'. \ \ \ i BY PUBLICATION K KNNA and .' KI SNA %  %  t \. w .l.i ley IKIED thai Mori ii : |ii %  .,• %  i>, to-. %  •••: (if Seel %  Rai -• ... • • \ ou, and you H %  • !•. "I > i>UI ng lo the ilni I'AIIHN |> Hl.caj m Ituilil ami fill the Pleading In tin %  rh ..i the 'i .it Ihi • • h .... II ...II i,nl in do BO, efaull i '..i-' %  : .. reliel di manded mi Ird .i..\ ..f July, 1962 \ IIIKK.VI \N. Clerk, I '...I. i' i >. H..i i.la %  K M I.YMAN. 1 Itj 'l.rk 7 -11-10-27 THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. M33S.A KI I.-:.... u( S 1 sill-.U.M \.N SACHS %  .-. ,i NOTICE TO CRED TORS in Tt and All Persona llavi.mauds Agjainsl >..Id I. tiereli) notified and raquaran) I'lalnw and .1. nian.15 ... IIBVI against thea• ) -In Milan Sai ha .. HI Dade within -i\ i.il.-iiilai thi .la i. .f ihe nr.-t • %  %  I i > Ii. -..in. will • • IIREN I 'A SACHS w U.l'klt s PALK A II WIENER -,i-t ratm [ \ I \\ IENER, Mi. .in. y in ': NOTICE UNDER i lOL'S NAME LAW II hIREHY %  il\ i:\ thai i II. k lo i ngage in ihi ricllTioUh name ol Nit .II Scl I ai I %  %  •'. Stri et, ivni,,. Morregister i gtd nama i ..t the II 'in ."ii' ..I Kloi Ida \ PSCKANl' >••!< ..\\ ||. | %  %  i.i i ,\ i:.iMi..ii [ %  Vpplli anl 7/6-13 NOTICE UNDER [ICTITIOUS NAME LAW J'K l.s HEREBY .;i\ EN thai f ii il .i. Hiring '• %  • ngage In lh. II. in iou name ul : N W irinl St.. Klorlda Intends to register "III, ti„. I'l. Ik of tin in "I I hull • 'mint \ Ilorlda. IARRY I. RICHARDSON f Ml'inSkl VpplWant 7 6-1S-20-27 [ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW V is HERRRY niVEN that >i Higm ii, desiring to • ai under tin fictitious name i> s SRRVTCB SIATIHN at ii Street, North Miami 'i Ida intend to reglsti i Hi. Clerk .if tinCircuit Ii'.nl. I'ounly. Klorlda, H VRRY l rOHEN 'I TERRY • %  I IVVI1. || ii street '• -. Hliuiila :':• 7 13 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY IIIVEN tli.it ned desiring to enga tiustni Hi. undei hi fli'tll name nf |-i:|..n DIHt'OCNT CENTERS ill • • u nshlngtnn V v e n u e Miami It. HI h I la int. int' eglstei ~..i. II.,MI. with 'Ii. 'lei k ill I In I llf I ..l.i. u VSHINi ;Ti IN' Dill li COMPANY KO> NER A MANNHE1MBR nevs for Wai lrug C IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE 1ITH JUDICIAL DISTRICT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY NO. 62C-6383 : VPHNKK II ill! rEEN. .1 l\ nl. .iv Plali WILLIAM I s'l'i INK I'AI'I.IN i: s'l'i INE 1 iw • and ERNEST Y<| Nil \ I.II "E Yi '1 'Nil, In il.. 1 lefendanu AMENDED ORDER OF PUBLICATION Ti' w Hi., in i St..in and Paulina Stone, hli If.-. ,. Van 'out Hand HoU I. 142 \\ -t I'.-tli sti.. I, N. York, N. York. u are hereby notified Inal an nl, ,1 lull ..f i i.tn|.laillt f'n the li -in. ,.i ., mortgage has bet n igalnal you In the above styled court ooverlng the following described properts. to-a ii l..t 12, Block I "f ORANE ill:;.; MrI>ade County, Florida according t>. thiPlat thereof, recorded In Plat It.mk 14. I'.IK. 62 ..f the Pulillc Ht'cords ol BaM Count) and Slati You are Ren tay required to aarve x .nii\ ill youi anawer "" W. K.nt Jameson, I7M N.W. :ith Street, Miami. Klnrlila. anil file thoriginal answei In Iks offlee "f ihe Clerk of iincircuit c.urt ..n ..i before the :'"th ila> i.t July. I!"i^. If >'u fall t., .ii. s.. a dearee. pi steaao will l,t ,-nt ri-.l BBjasasI >"u fiT Ihe reliel i.i|ii.-I..i in ;mame n ded coaBpatlnl Dated this lMh da) •'' .lun,-. l62. K. 3 LEATHERM \N Clerk nf i 'Itiiill i 'owl l!> K II I. AN WAY rteput) Clerk •: II, 21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY ttlVRN lhal thi nilerslgned.de* Irlng lo i ngagi In .ui ,!. %  ihi fli'tll lout" name % %  < %  ,s |l UAH al 9427 N W :'7ili Avenue, Miami intends t• %  > %  ...,,, % % %  Ui. I'I.-I k of Ihi 'ii in rt ..t' I %  .!.!• County, KlF Si.MoN STRl'NIN Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS Ti All Creditor* and All Persons Havng Claims or Demands fcfatnst 0ald Estate: You, and each of you are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the ..-:.,:. ,.i SIMON s't'iil NIN" deceased late nl Dade County, Florida, to th Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file thi same In their ofin the Count) Courthouse in Undi County, Klorlda, within MX calentlai months frtim the .late of the firsl iniblication hereof Bald claims or di n ti'U In ..nl.tin thf legal ail, .ir.-s nf th.claimant and In i". swore IN ml ented is aforesaid '-r same \\ ill I" ha ri Ihtti .1 Jtim -""li A H 1962 l-it-t publication .ai Jul) ''.tli 1961, .li iHN STRCNIN ESTHER !'• II W AExei Itors ol Ihi Last Will ami i lam. nl ••! si M< >N STRCNIN. I %  .. I M PINK EL Vtlot HO K Kl.igh BI rei l M H Kim A t"i Kxei itora 7 6-1 Y. fort ril. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 — Acts of 1941 Fit? AA-20733 NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN 11 ult) .\Inv. stiii. in Col;. holder of Count) rx Sale Certificate \\, |fiiii ihe -' .la 1 "I lum mi. t. inv offli .. ide application fnt a tax ,i %  ..-..ii Said the following |H opel :\ in Ihe '..inn ttate ol Klorlda, to-wlt: I r i !i .1 II -, rlbed Dade. I^,t :n Bio. i, I IIt .,1. ah : till \'l.ln Plal Pagi 16 m Ihe Count) stat, of l ;••! Ida. The nl • %  aald • i tiepro| %  I' tt. II IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO. 49395 B IN RE Esl ite ol W.EXANDRR LBVIN I IMMl NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE Ni i I'll "E Is hereh) given I ha I 1 havt nil .i i i Inal Repoi l and Petition for | i|-|, I, It Ion i'l. I I 'In a I I "-i llal r. IS Vdiuinistraltix I'.TA of Ihi i I il ..f ALEXANDER LEVIN, •!• %  ••••. is. -.1 .in. I tliat .." Ihe 19SS, "ill appl) Count) i mi %  Ida, f"i approval port and for .'Is. ha' Joth da) "t lo the Hon. M.I. County. ,.f aald Kins ii-ti ii.nrii. II and A.liiiiinsirati i\. JllH. KlorFK final %  T s above net med %  I.iv "I .linn I) I tin stale ..f tin .1. %  .1. nt This 20th I "•'.:' .' \I:I.A PINS LEVIN KOVNMR .v MANNHEIMER Atlni n-v 120 I. in. ..In Road Miami !:. ach. Plot Ida I :: %  : %  •. 7 6rlJ NOTICE UNDER F.CTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERKBV CIVKN thai th. undersigned, desiring to engage In bUeinegS nnilei Ike ffctlllOUS name of swrs REKRIOERATtON al N Collins Avenue, Miami Beach Florida mi, n,i t,. i, glsti r -aiii name with iin. l. rk nf the fin mi '"..urt ..f Dad< Count) Plot Ida PALO'. INC. WALTER B I.EBOWITZ, Esquire AM. il in i fot I'alrn. I in' ;..i, in-t Streel Miami Beach, ITII.IHIU ... 13 in.Ui the said certificate was lat i of •'• 17 Kmai I. I'nleas aald certificate shall be deemed according lo la. the pi ert) deecrlbed herein will l sold l the hgfhesl bidder al the Court House ili-it .ti the first M lav in ihe month i.f August. l*6z, which Is thi6th da) nf viiitusi. 1H*'.' Dated tin'ril iliiv of July, IMS B. H LEATHERMAN, Clerk ..f Clroult Court, Dade County, Florida (seali By II M LEE PER i leputy di rk 7/6.1-0-I7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that th,. undersigned, desiring t" ensage in huslne^a under the fictitious name of PLANTATION RESTAl'RANT al 1306 Brlckell Avenue, Miami. Klorlda intends, lo reglstei said name wltk tti^ Clerk of ili^ Circuit Courl "f l>a.le 'I.II nl\ I'M. riila. HOLIDAY INN OK MIAMI RES I AI'FIANT i 'OKI' H% JEROME II WRINKLE, l 'i -i.li ui WRINKLE & K I SSI.Kit Att a ni for l lollda) Inn of \1 |an i llesta ui .i in '"i I' • i .1 old Building, Miami. Kla •; _•:• 7 •'.. 13, :<> NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Nu'l'l' I-: is HHREBY OIVEN lhal Hi,, undi i. dealt Ing In • ngagi in i.ii-ni.-mi.I.Ihe In tltiiius n.mi.. nl HESTAI'RANT I'CBRTO SM'.l'A ilr Vvenue, Miami It. ai li Klorlda, Intend lo register -.ml name uith Ihe Clerk "f the Circuit C t ol I'.uli County, Florida. R1CARI i I'ARI'U Snl.' i 'win t K i:ssi .1:1: i IARS Atiii in ys :..i Vpplli nil It i| s w l-I Sti .. t Miami Floi I t tt, '-"• 7/6, IS NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai th. undersigned, desiring t" rngagi in b i-in.-ss undei the Hi lltloue nami ..1 SHANNON PARK SERVICE STATION at B315 N W .".'M.I Avenue, Miami. Florida Intend lo register said name with the Clerk •'! tin Circuit Courl ••! Ifctdv County, Florida. PAUL MII.I.I:I: EDW \KI' II TERRY Attorney for iwner -, \ 17 : %  "a it Stl • i I Miami Short s, Morida K 28, :'^ 7 II NOTICE TO CREDITORS I tors and All I I lav i 'I i nil..t I i. m.tml\u.i .Estate: i .. i.. herein not Ifled and ,. itin.it in preseni any claim* mnnds hli i ma) %  .. insl %  %  tati of MARY K JOHNSXIN, li aseil late of I lade • 'mint) .1 •.. i hi Count) I tdges ol I atle CounI). ami file llu I'II, ti duplii iti aprovided HI Section 733 '.'•. Plorida st.itm.-. in their offices in the Coun• \ i '..in tin .il-. in I ia.I. i '.iiilitx IIin Ida within -iv calendar months from Ihe lime of the firsl publlcal n hi i .if. or the -in. will I., barred I iateil al M ami, l-'l la, this 27th of June, \ 11 1962. OEOROIA MAE MADGE AECxeculi i\ i-'ii-t publication of tins notlci the 29th .lav of June, 1962. CLACDEM BARNES Atforne) for K\.< uui\ 302 • 'alum, t BldgT. i. L'f>. 7 1 13-20 nk : Dad NOTICE LNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni • riCK IS HERI BY OIVEN that Ihe • %  Ing to encagi In Inihini -indi • li. fictil lous name of MIDWAY BAR al 2322 N K 2nd AveM ,i Klorid %  • • nd to n glsti r ..,,,1 erk of tli''ii'. ||i Court %  • Dadi Count) Kli M.IREI • \NI IRRSI >N I H .MI'.NIi' I'l' 'I'ii IIKNKY A K Wl Attni ne) for Mi. in ay l tar ; 22 i VA aahlng ton \vi Miami Beai li. Florida 7 6-13-20-27 ITt) th. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY CASE NO 62C 6270 CLARA C I'.AIti I \. Plaintiff, vs. Till ST AN A GARCIA, |i, f.-n.lalit NOTICE OF PUBLICATION li i TRISTAN A OAR" l \ 64 W.st •'.'• Street N. w York City, NY. YOC, TRI8TAN A UARCIA, 61 West %  ;'. Street, New York City, N Y an i ..i|,ili-.-,l to file your answer to Ihe pnvinl fur divorce, with Ihe Clerk f if..at.nve Court, ano nerve i copy thereof upon OIno P Negretll in \. .ia-' l Cnngri s PHIS Ill N.K 2nd \ venue, Miami, riorbla, n hefi re the 27th .lav ol Jul) implainl w 1! be taken as • •• t. -. ,i liated tin22nd dn) ol June, 1962 I-: R LEAT IEIIMAN ".. k % %  < Ihe '' it) '• ; vi KXANDI ::: I '. put) 'li 6 29, IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO. 56291 In RE: Estati ol ,11'l.trs M DRl'CKBR I ii-. a-. .1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persong) Having Clauns or Iiemanda Asslnat Said Estati You .in hereby notified anil required to |iii si nt any ruwiiis and ill inanitM which you mav have against th .-Int. of ,11'l.ll'S M DRPOKEK. deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the County .lude.-s of I .ul. County, and illthe same "> their offices in th.Count) Courthouse In Dade County, FTiTiila. within six calendar month* from th..lat.of xhr first publication hereof, or the same will b hat i i-i Ki >si: DRl'i K I-'.K Executrix A Ni IRMAN DR1 CKER Attoi nes for Executrix 101 I. in.-i. In lloa.l Miami n. ach l %  ^ :':*. .' 7/6, 13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage in liusiin ss undei th. Mel It ..f IMPFIRIAI. SALES CO.. al 3 XI I rth Street, Miami. Floi Ida Inti nd lo IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO 56181-C in KI-: Estati ol K.1.S1K I-: PTAL, Deceasi .1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AH • "redltoi mil All Pi I song Having Claims ..i I>emands Against ,ld Kstate ^..II ,II. hereb) notified and required ... M I an) i i..i-iis and di win, l -• HI %  glstet aald name with thi •lerk nf Ihe i'ii cull '..ui t ..f H.i.l. i ',.iini >. Florida. MIKI-: MITNIK El LIOTT SPRINO Sole • 'w in %  Ni 'TI NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN lhal th.. undei slgni .i nun te engage in business iin.li I ti" fictitious nama nf HEN I.YN PRESS, |0; Kan. ConM i r. .,. !i Fin Id i -iii Is nami with th. ,.( |hi Circuit Courl of Dade County, HARRY BENNETT NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai Ihi undei slgni d, desiring lo • ngage in business undei the fictitious name ..f PAN AMFIRICAN CLOTHINtl 139 N Mluiii \\. mi. M i.imi. Florida, intend lo i said name with the Q| r rk nt 'in 'ii.'iiit '.mi t ol I 'mle i •niint > I'L : RERN VRP I'l -s 11 M \N ilNir \l \ -i Ki:i tWICC Owners HENRY NORT >N \tt.n^\ fi i ApplF ants %  1 •'. I : NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW 'I-: IS HERRRY OVEN lhal the nnili-i siiiii. .1. desiring lo ene in l.nsini under fictitious the name I ..I WYNDWOOD Ki'nN II WASH at :'an N W 2nd Avenue intends lo reg,I.I name iih the Clerk of the Circuit Court nf Dade County, Florida. ABE YI-'PM \Ni .K BK \ TRICE YERM VNOK (RONOVITZ, SILVER .vs.'lll'.lt Attorney %  for Applicants •'."7 \ in--:. > rtulldlug Miami 32, Florida •; 82 M 7/, in NOTICE UNDFR FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is III:I:I r.Y OIVEN lhal Ihe undersigned, desiring In • business inder iinfici IP-Hname ..i I FH1 Mi 'i' at 104 Ain-li < Bull i i Miami. Florida Intend In reglstei Id von ma) have agalnsl the .• i i si I-: I-: IT AI. deceased l '.ni. County, Plorida, to the .1 irlara a ol I ladi Count). and .,, me in Ihi iv i-agi • s in t li Courthouse In Dade County, within v call ndar months Ihe .lat.of tlifirst publication hi ,, ,.f ,,, ihe -inn' ill be bai red. II \ RRY M Rl 'S'7N. KM ill.' i i IRR .'. I. \/.Ai: v %  %  -,. Executor 107 Lincoln Road Miami Bi si h, i f, 22, 29 7', II late of i 'itiinl\ file the i 'i.iini y to imi with the Clerk of 'the • >f Dade County, Plot Ida RORERT !. 1-I7HM VN MIl.Ti >N KRRMAN JOAN A .ill \ni: HFIRBF'.RT H'HWEITZER i:\-i--1 YN CLARK !':.:• %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO 49327 IN RE Ol'ARI iIANSHIF 'I' AlH'l.17 NANCY L1EBBRMAN, \ Minor NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR TRANSFER OF KINI'S VND I'lNM. DISCHAROa Notlci ih. i. liv given that 1 have filed m\ petition for Tranafei of FMad* ..mi y in,i i"-, hargi as Guardian of the minor chil.i \d. li> Nancy Lleber in.,ii and ihat mi the 10th da) "f luly. 1982, will apply lo the Hon. i 'ountj .IIHIKI S .ii l lade < !OUB ly, i-'ii. ri.i.i. for approval ol said Ri iiorl and Tt ansfer of Kunda, ii ;.i.i. ilian ..1 Ihi minor child, Adele N • l.i.l.. iinall |i.n...i ihi: th day ol June, MILTON \ FRIEDMAN, Petitioner l: il \ni-l. ) linililing Mia ml %  'Klorula MILTON A. F lilKl'M \N Aiii.t in fi'i i ;n. II dlanshlp 1111 A Ming Miami -. Florida 7.6-11 IV til. %  m