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

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

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

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University of Florida
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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume ^5 Number 30
Miami, Florida. Friday. July 27, 1962
Congress I
Accepts No
Bias Proviso !
WASHINGTON (JTA) A
Senate-House conference commit-
tee incorporated last weekend into
the fina version of the Foreign
Assistar.cc Act an amendment re-
i.uirl- < President to report an-
t implementation of an
antibiai provision pertaining to
liscrim ation by Arab states
ggainsl erican Jewish citizens.
\lx- retained in the bill mas the
K'.ciii'- 'slpern amendment which
warned -1 ions like Egypt that they
could :: expect American aid if!
the; continued diverting their own
issets : purchase of Soviet arms.'
Tht ,r.i bias measure, known
t the Javits-Fartostein amend-
ment, requires the President, for ,
the firs* time in history, to re-
port etch year to Congrats on
progress mada on the Congresv
ic-nal declaration in tho Foreign
Ass stance Act which says: "It it
the policy of the United States te
support the principles of increat-
ed '(('cmic cooperation and
trade a-nong countries, freedom |
of the P'HJ, information and re-
ligion, treedom of navigation in
international waterways, and rec-
ognition cf the right of all pri-
vate persons to travel and pursue
their lawful activities without
discrimination at to race or re-
ligion '
Two Sections Price 20*
Nasser Vows He's Ready
For Attack Against Israel
LONDON(JTA>Egypt's two topmost leaders. President Gamal
Abdel Nasser and War Minister-Field Marshall Abdel Hakim Amer,
announced boldly in Cairo on Monday that the rockets fired by the
Egyptians Saturday, and other armaments exhibited in a "Revolution
Day'- parade, are being amassed for a war against Israel, according
to Cairo dispatches received here,------------------------------------------------
I want the world to know," Nasser coup which overthrew King
said President Nasser, "that we Farouk, and declared:
will not allow Palestine to remain
WAS NO SURPRISE
DICMTOIT MASSIK
. feffing prepare**
in the hands of Israel. As the
world has seen, we are getting
reedy."
Marshal Amer took the salute of I
Egypt'! armed forces, alongside!
President Nasser, as Cairo watch-
ed the military parade celebrat-
ing the tenth anniversary of the
Lonesome Anti-Semite Sends
Hate Literature to Argentina
"The United Arab Republi
force hat full command of the
skies in our area. Its armed
forces ere the strongest in Africa
and the Middle Eatt. The enemy
facing the Arab world is Israel,
an imperialist base. The fact
that Israel has an atomic reactor,
functioning in secret, leads us to
beleve that she will use it for
aggressive purposes."
The reports from Cairo indicat-
B G Cabinet
ic.ir Studies Egypt
Rocket Firing
Thi -.ress further declared
thai ..' distinction made by for-
eign ns.ti ns between American
citizen' ecause of race, color, or
religion the granting of. or the
: personal or other rights'
availabh to American citizens, isI
' lo our principles "
The ( r.ference eliminated, how-
atement In the House ver
' bill staling lhat in all
- with any foreign na-
tion with respect to any funds ap-
under authority of this
BUENOS AIRES (JTA' An
American anti-Semite took a hand
this week in helping stir anti-Jew-
ish propaganda in Argentina, by
sending threatening letters against
Jews to Argentine newspapers. The
letters are signed Ku-Klux-Klan
Dragon Horace Sherman Miller, and
the address given is Post Office
Box 5002, Waco. Tex
Continued on Paqe 3A
Correo de la Tarde, an import-
ant afternoon paper here. Monday
published a photostat of the letter
which reads "Very soon, the Ar-
gentina jews will have to declare
a strike for 1,000 hours, when we
shall start working" The letter
was obviously referring to the fact
that last month Jewish business-
men here, joined by many non-
Jews, conducted a half-day busi-
ness stoppage in protest against re-
newed, intensified anti-Semitism in
Argentina.
(According to the national of-
fices of the B'nai B'rith Anti De-
famation League, in New York,
a man named Horace Sherman
Miller, at the given address in
Waco, Tex., has been operating a
hatemongering apparatus, almost
entirely personal, with no sig-
Continued on Pa.-je 5-A
JERUSALEM JTA) Prim*
Minister David Ben-Gurionwho is
aiso Minister of Defensegave Sun
day's session of the Cabinet here
a report on Egypt's launching of
rockets in the desert, about 50
miles form Cairo He analyzed the
t i'thai.'Tn"addition to"the rockets dpvelPm" from its military as-
fired Saturday. Egypt also pos- pec,s' as these affect Israel
sesses new MIG-21 jet fighters re- A spokesman for the Govern-
cently acquired from the Soviet ment disclosed that Egypt's rock
Union, as well as the new Soviet el fir>"g was "no surprise" to the
, TU-16 bombers, plus Russian tanks Israeli Government, which was
: and new. Soviet types of artillery, aware of its imminence. Mr Ben
Nasser boasted in his speech Gurion, in his report, emphasized
opening the "Revolution Day" cele- ,he role played in Egypt's rock
bration that he has still other, se- e,l*-v program by foreign experts
cret armaments. He told his Sundays Cabinet meeting also
crowds: "You will not see all of received from Mr. Ben-Gurion a
my new weapons Some will re- proposal for the establishment of
Continued on Page 9-A
Showdown Seen on Arab
Refusal to Support UNEF
an Israeli War College The pro-
posal was approved The War Col
Continued on Page 11-A
Terrorist Attacks Against Jews
Reported Rising in Uruguay
MONTEVIDEO (JTA) \ 34-year-old Jewish physician. Maximon
attacked here this week by four anti-Semitic youths who
him into a car and cut a swastika into his leg It was the
in a few days and police made no ar
'hird ar,;. Semitic attack hen
rests in an> of them.
v' same time, Dr. Carlos
the Argentine Interior
Ministi ;, peated in Buenos Aires,
bis pledgi to act vigorous!) to pre-
v*nl Hi, recurrence of the spate
' anti-Semitic incidents which
-hocked the Argentine Jewish com
tounitj during the past month.
9
roe*eci>for
?
X/L U7,
?/
Gideon Hausner, the man
who prosecuted Adolf Eich
mann. discusses the roots be-
hind anti-Semitism toda> on
PAGE B-A
Dr. Handel was tricked by a
telephone call from a person pur-
porting to need medical aid.
When he alighted from his car at
the given address, he was beaten
unconscious and hauled by the
attackers into another car. When
he regained consciousness, the
men had fled and he made his
way to a first aid station where
he was hospitaliied with a frac-
tured skull. Dr. Handel told
police that he thought he heard
his assailants say "Lor.-J live
Hitler" and "Death to the Jews."
Dr. Handel has no political rec-
ord of any kind.
In an earlier incident. Miss Sole-
dad Barret, a non-Jewish Urugua-
yan girl, also was seized and brand-
jed with a swastika. In the first
I of the three attacks. Elbio Yaman-
Continued on Page 2 A
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
With the International Court of
Justice, an organ of the United
Nations, having ruled that all mem-
bers of the UN must pay the COStS
of all in operations, including the
I'nil i Nations Emergency Force I
guarding the peace between Israel
and Egypt, observers here believ-
ed thai the most critical showdown
will ultimately face the United Na
lions on the issues of financing the
UNEF in the Gaza area and the
costs of the UN operations in the
Congo
The court, ruling in an ad\ 1st rj
capacity, by a vote of 9-5, held that
member states must pay the UNEF
and Congo costs, regardless of
whether they agree with the de-
cisions thai set up these forces
The principal defaulters in re-
gard o UNEF are the countries
of the Sov-et bloc, which owe
$19,394,351 on the UNEF account,
and the Arab states, which owe
$1,469,019 on that account. Egypt,
which had agreed to the station-
ing cf the UNEF in the Gaza
Strip and at Sharm el-Sheikh,
overlooking the Gulf of Akaba,
refuses to pay for the UNEF op-
erations there.
In accordance with UN proce-
dures the entire issue goes back
now to the General Assembly, which
had requested the advisorj opin-
ion on the issue from the World
Court It is estimated that it may
take -it least two years before the
issue comes in a headif the As-
sembly chooses to follow through
on the matter A member in de-
fault of payments totaling two
Continuec1 on Page 16-A
PRIMi MINfSTEff BtNGURION
. serious view
Nazi Rallies Rouse British MP Ire
LONDON(JTA)Pressure mounted this week over British Gov-
ernment pollens toward the holding of public meetings by pro-Nazi
groups. The Police Commissioner's posting of hca\> police contingents
at Trafalgar Square for a rally of Sir Oswald Mosley s British Union
Movement on Sunday was seen as the answer to widespread public
complaints against the near-riot ----------
provoked by Colin Jordan's British
National Socialist movement at an
anti-Semitic rally in Trafalgar
Square on July 1.
The Board of Deputies of Brit-
ish Jews sent a delegation to dis-
cuss the upsurge of Fascist ac-
tivities with Scotland Yard offi-
cials. The board, in a statement
issued shortly before the Mosley
rally, strongly urged Jews to
stay away from it. The board
also asked British Jews to write
to the Parliamentary represen-
tatives to urge that public meet-
ings organized to spread race
hatred should be banned.
The issue came up in the House
of Commons where a Government
spokesman said that British police
had not been able to find enough
evidence lo sustain a prosecution
of the British National Socialist
movement under the Public Order
Act. Henry Brooke, Secretary of
State for the Home Department,
Continued on Page 6-A
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Page 2-A
+ lei Friday. July 27 \yzl
SmalTlown Jews Play Significant Role
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America have a
ol Christians to-
decided Bnd "m,1,u' ''"T .'plT^Rose a noted sociologist, reports
wards jews generaUy." Pro! Peter Rose. ^ ^ ^ ^ ^
in a fjorneU Universil itiioyo .U|||.I)|.1.1K, League ..I B'nalJ over half celebrate the Passove-
holidays, 25 percent never serve
While distance or belief keepi
them out of the synagogue
many keep traditional obstr*
ances at home. For example
than will
bore." The study, sponsor*
B-rith. a> made in communities
of ess than ,0.000 resi,....... -J^J-J........
* York S,u"' .,, tlfylg With Judaism seems ... ptay
It concluded that in small towns. g *m "^ ,,,,,. ,,. attitudes ol
jews are not jus! participants in |ui-h |1.|,.(.,S ,0Wards their chi
tormal community functions bul ,,.,. Pro| Rose reported "Sma"
.,, integral part' ol town Jews, like |be|r urban^co
to keep the faith and
rotrr, Jews As a result, they sew
Christians in the small commun- |(|i,m ,(1 i,.,,,sn summer camps
Sir Isaac and Lady Wolfson. British philanthropists, contnbute ,t>, gets to kno their ways and and, when the) arc
sQ millinn Hnllnr to further cancer and allied research at they cs
"e "MKlll-v '.........'" ',. reiiaionists are anxious lor
the social life "Because the Jew rehgiomsis, _.......__ f>
is constantly in direct contaci with
one million dollars to further cancer ar
the Weizmann Institute of Science in Rehovoth. Israel. Left to
nqht are Meyer W. Weisgcl. chief executive officer ol the
Institute. Sir Isaac Wolfson. Lady Wolfson. and Prof. Isaac
Berenblum. head of the Institute's Experimental Biology De-
partment, studying the plans for additional research facilities.
amiot help bul get know high school, encourage them to at
tend metropolitan universities
Chicagoan Joins Kislak
Attacks Reported
in Uruguay
C>"*'.r>ued rrtm ?iji 1-A
Calmon R. Golder ha> joine l Me
FHA multi-family housing deparl
ment of the J I Kislak Mortgage
Corp. of Florida. Formerly j vice
president for FHA multi-tan;::;. i I ;uayan studenl
projects at Advance Mortgage w-a5 nj ibout the head v- nm
Corp.
his"
The small-town Jew, the re-
port said, finds himself more ac
cepted formally and informally
than does the city Jew. Being in-
vited to one another's homes for
informal visiting is an everyday
occurence between Christian and
Jew in the community. E-.ihty-
one percent of the Jews queried
said that no discrimination of
any kind was practiced in their
communities.
Fiftj percenl ol H' small tow n
Although he has a deep-seated
sense ol Jewish identification, the
rural Jew rarely or never attends
religious services Three-fourths
ol those queried said ili<'> !
in gome religious coi
88 percenl pla< ed themselvi in
some Jewish category Orthodox
Conservative or Reform bul the>
do not attend services because th<
synagogue is too far away F ':
- i ., n l; e d from 15 to l"11
miles
bacon or ham, and 15 percer"
maintain strictly kosher homei
even though it meant importing
meat from distant cities.
Two-thirds <>f such Jews -
n hamlets for basiness reasons -
they Started stores after having
teen traveling salesmen or pad.
Hers. The majority of the re--
are refugee physicians who fled to
\ m c r i c a from Nazi-rlnminate-1
countries and found it difficult >
stabiish practices in urban area;
Ithers are lawyers, teach)
surance brokers, cattle dealers
ind farmers
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CONTROL SERVICE
mice j^
roaches
w
Camp Sinai's
Season Ending
ng m '--j- by ;" in i
DAIA the il >- -i
last tine lev, ibled mess
three weeks of its current season iritj lewish
The camp has been under the guid- C imm |ua DAIA
ance of Sam Fleischer, former urged the mmittee to ombal
physical education direct ir if the Nazism which nvad Latii
iireater Miami Jewish Community American counti -
Center
Campers had one trip each week,
which included Crandon Park, the'
Herry-Go-Round Theatre in Coral
.dans ra|se Jews lesignated a Christian per
. m i- their closes! friend: out
teteP" '' hreaten- thirty percenl said thej fell more
Gables, a cook-out anj day of tun1
in Greynolds Park, an ice-skating'
party at the Fontainebleau hotel.
and a day at the Scaquanum
The campers are now rehearsing
for their final show, an original
production of -Holiday in Toy-
land."' by their dramatic c >ach ,
Mrs. Sue Hirsch
Or. Adrogue repeated his
pledge, m a i e originally in a
nation-wide radio and television
address on July 3, in a letter to
Or. Isaac Goldenberg. president
of the OAIA. Or. Goldenberg
had sent i >ffer to Or. Adrogue,
expressir") the appreciation of
Argentine Jewry for the earlier
statement.
Swimming has been under the 'er wrote. I repeat on this occa-
liuidance of -Marty Eisler. and all sl0n tnat *'U avoid by all means
the campers have passed -.heir a< my command the aggressions
.swimming tests which degrade Argentine citizens
' Many handicraft projects have ?"d, of!e"d our tetherlMd. I made
been completed under the super-1 ^J^^?^.,0? *tha.LL ^
vision
a student
Other activities on the camp's
spacious grounds included basket
ball, newcomb. shuffleboard
completed under the super- """"''"" <"' "=
of Miss Manlvn Schneider. Government and I ask you to be
ent at Syracuse University. *at the Government will
be intlexune
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Jnciay. July 27. 1S62
* / Page 3-A
Congress Affirms Anti-Bias Provision
Continued from Page 1-A
Act, these principles shall
plied."
Application of ihe anti-hias meas-
ure i> "discretionary." subject to
ihe judgment of the President. A
number oi members of Congress
have served notice that this year's
bill represents Ihe last time they
will retrain from insisting on man-
datory language. In their view,
the Congress has expressed itself
year after year on this issue, only
to be ignored by the Executive
department.
The Jvits-Farb$teir imtnd-
A cr.eck lor S500.000. first payment on a SI million gift from
ne Gustav Wurzweiler Foundation, is presented to Dr. Samuel
Lkin (right), president of Yeshiva University, by Dr. Joseph H.
Lccksiem. spiritual leader of Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun,
New York, and president of the Foundation. The gift will be
..sec to develop the nation's first school of social work under
ewish auspices at Yeshiva.
Choi Chapter Card Parly
i r ol b nai B rith
will hold a card party on
. v night at th< I'urri- motel
..:. is Mrs Charit- Julius
m< Sondberg i- fund-rais-
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Firms Announced
20 rep-
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..:; United Fund
firms, it was
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chapU r !'.>:. i
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bile and accessories, Ray-
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achmes and supplies, Joseph K
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I'M wholesale section, Donald
Miller, chairman of the board. Jor-
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%lso apparel and accessories.
i rman Todd, vice president of
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vOGUST BROS fty,
' IS the BEST'
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ob K. Javits, New York Republi-
can, in the Senate, and by Rep.
Leonard Farbstein, New York
Democrat, in the House The
Keating-Halpern Amendment was
devised this year because of the
heavy expenditures by Egypt for
Soviet jet fighter and bomber
J aircraft, at a time when increas-
ed U.S. aid is contemplated for
the Nasser regime.
This amendment set- forth that
the aim of the C.S aid program is
; encouragt peaci ;.?i i : among nations, and warns
ins| t:;\ .-r~i>ii oi resources for
purchase of Soviet munitions It
was sponsored in the Senate by
Sen Kenneth Keating. New York
I,cpublican, and in Ihe House by
Rep. Seymour Halpem. No* York
Republican.
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Yad Vashem Gets Memorials
Rabbi Pekarsky,
Dean of HHIel,
Dead at Age 57
By Special Report
CHICAGO -I'.'nai B nth mourned
the death last week of Rabbi V
rice Pekarsky, dear, ol the !'
R"n;h HiUel Foundation staff and
director oi its program a; the I'm-
versit} f < /:...;._. II died July
11. a day I his 9 ith birth-
day.
Rabbi Pekarsk> sun *nbed ''-
lowing .-, heart attack. '.'.> died
Michai l Reese Hospital h i<
Rabbi Pekarsky spent his en-
tire rabbinical career of 29 years
with the B'nai B'rith Hillel pro-
gram serving .is a counselor and
religiou advisor to Jewish stu-
dent* *n-l '.irulty members. He
joined the Hi''el staff 'ollowir.g
his ordination from Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute of Re-
ligion in 1933.
Rabbi Pekarsk} pioneered in the
i stablishment of B'nai B'rith Hil-
lel Foundation units at throe major
American universities Cornell
University in 1033. Northwestern
University in 1!37 and at the I'm
versify of Chicago
In l!)5fl he was granted tempor-
ary leave from his pest at the uni-
versity to establish Hillel activities
at the Hebrew l'nivorsit\ in Jeru
salem
Born in Poland in !!>(,.> Rabbi
Pekarsky immigrated with his
, family to the l'nited States and
spent his boyhood in Grand Ra
pids. Mich. He received his under
graduate degree from the Univer-
sity of Michigan in 1930. and did
graduate work in social psychol-
og) at both the University of Iowa
and Ihe University of California.
He frequently lectured at the
University of Chicago and North-
western University on the litera-
ture and history of religions.
Rabbi Pekarskj was a past na
tional president ol Avukah. tin
American Student Zionist Fi
ation, and served as an edu
consultant i I th< I .. bureau
for t!i' Jew.-;-. < oi Servici
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Volume 35
Number 30
Friday, July 27, 1962
25 Tammuz 5722
Terrorist Design
Rising in Cairo
Gamal Abdel Nasser's speech
Sunday to hundreds of thous-
ands of massed Egyptians in
Cairo was a terrifying document
within the larger context of a
:errifying spectacle. What Nas-
ser had to say was nothing new.
The terror rather emerged horn
the fact that it is tolerated, and
even sanctioned, by the major
world leaders at the United Na-
tions.
Nasser's hysterical address
was made from a rostrum on
which stood Nikita Khrushchev's
daughter and son-in-law, Izves-
tia Editor Alexei Adzhubei, as
honored guests. The Soviet
Union's aggressive attitude to-
ward Israel, his political friend-
ship for Nasser, and his contin-
uing effort to make hay in the
Middle East are by now classic.
That Khrushchev by inference
Sunday thus underwrote the sub-
stance of the Egyptian dictator's
address should come as no real
surprise. He has little interest
in Nasser other than, if possible,
to communize him; and he is perfectly willing
to see Israel destroyed as the price of his ob-
jective.
But Nasser on Sunday openly admitted to
the world that he is preparing for a final round
against Israel, boasting of new Egyptian roc-
kets with upward of 360-mile range, and
capable of hitting any Israeli target. In addi-
tion, he showed off the outer Made-in-the-Soviet
Union shell of his beefed-up air lorce, including
jet fighters and bombers.
The United States, through continuing aid
to Nasser, has made all these things possible.
For U.S. funds to Egypt are simply being ap-
plied to the fulfillment of Nasser's domestic
needs, while he diverts ever increasing
c mounts of his budget for the purchase of
souped-up military eguipment from Russia. At
1'ne same time, Washington has repeatedly re-
fused to sell Israel the kind of armament that
would keep her on a par and minimize the
danger of Nasser's ultimate intention.
The State Department document last week
explaining U.S. foreign policy in the Middle
East is thus a farce. Whether the Kennedy
Administration likes to hear it or not, U.S. for-
eign policy there today is Eisenhower foreign
policy and it was Ike who put Nasser back
on the throne from which he was so ignomin-
Jously toppled in 1956.
SOZJLi BifK.
( BUT I CAN NOT SEE J
V. thetopuneL/
1/ :
low the road of total Communist assimilation
and to be rewarded in a similiar manner.
But if the American Jewish Congress
evaluation of the appointment is somewhat
exuberant, it remains no less accurate.
Dymshits does nothing to alter a fundamental
understanding of Moscow's larger design. The
extent to which Russia's Jews have been re-
sisting communization and holding on to their
traditional Jewish identifications is precisely
the extent to which official anti-Semitism will
take on more urgent expression and manifes-
tation in the future.
Opinion Hasn't Changed
We agree with the American Jewish Con-
gress that the naming of Veniamin E. Dymshits
as Deputy Premier of the Soviet Union does
nothing to mitigate our opinion of Soviet anti-
Semitism.
The AJCongress evaluation of the Russian
appointment, that it is a tribute to Moscow's
ant.
i------------ .. vjuiicvcu me
undoubtedly powerless honor accorded him
can be nothing but a nominal Jew, and there-
fore no Jew at all.
Indeed, this is precisely the kind of Jew
tie boviet Union wants to make of its total
Jewish community, and official anti-Semitism
Fate of Miami's Nazis
A varying assortment of upright hoboes
emerging from the city stockade these days
report with mirth the sad condition in which
Roger C. Foss and Gene Shalander are find-
ing themselves.
This may prove that, even among the
lallen there is a hierarchy of social desirabil-
ity. For how. indeed, can one equate the mis-
fortune of an honest American vagrant with
the kind of "American" who is proud to call
himself a Nazi?
But it proves something more: Nazism is
a contemptible thing whether in the city stock-
ade or in the super-elite circles of society and
industry. Hence, Foss and Shalander seem to
be getting no moment of peace as they start
ou on the six and eight-month sentences Judge
Milton Wallace handed them last week as a
result of the ruckus they raised while picket-
mg the offices of the Florida region of the Anti-
Detamation League of B'nai B'rith.
The razzing that is theirs, and the hiqh
humor in which their fellow-prisoners regard
"good judgment." may be somewhaVTxube, SZ waulTa? SiSSSkTa'T^
ant. For. Dymshits. to have achieved the and Shatendr iSlUd fcd VSScS JttS
Son liPZ T &?" *e Declara-
2?PnnI.ndP?.ndence 100 times and Thomas
Jefferson s Ordinance of Religious Freedom 250
of /merman8 *Z* ^^ 1' 'he Principles
m Russia today most probably stems in large cc:ec'ZL "^ 'nheren' in ,hese
part from the fact that the J,nv,rr,," ? ul! ae?d. coc^ents are what they would seek
Port from the fact that the government has
been successful in achieving its end
In all likelihood, Dymshits is ceinc used
cs cr. example for other Soviet Jews 'to fol-
"troy It is sad for".he decent residents'
e Miami Stockade, but for this -ec^n
W all that is precisely whei ?
'- Foss and Shalander belong.
during the week
... as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
- A
Friday. July 27, 1962
NUMBER of anxious tele-
phone calls came to rm
early in the week. Uniformly
they reported on "new" or-
ganizations and "new" moves
being planned for t'utur.
drives against the legislator,
who sold Medicare d>:wn the
river. "We must work bard'
cr," each of the callers told
me in or.i way or another |
don't know what the statistical
public issue and
per in order \
But I vagui >
notion thai
explanation" lor their nay vote does not wa>h
,,,,h the peopli the) presumably represent in this area.
Medicare, is certainlj a substantial issu< that deserves
nu item discussi n on its own merits. Nevertheless, there are hi
hen involving a legislator's public trust, the political
sures tn which Ik is continuallj subjected, and the lntra-|
-. game from which he will never be excused as a participant
With respcel ti the first, Sen. Smathers' and Sen. Holland's
"explanations" constitute a tissue of tomfoolery through which even
the most uninformed voter will be able to see L<: these distinguished
men say what thej wish, but let them not say that their decisions
were made on the basis of representations to them from "back horn*
For the people "back borne." at least in this bailiwick, have spokei
often and loudly enough to suggest even to oui Florida legislati
in the I'nited Stati Senate, that they wanted Medicare.
THC CLOWNS COSTUMl Of SOCIALISM
fHAT did the peopli back home" have u d< to make their
Smathers Hollani
wh
point mon strongl> than the countless senioi citizen rallies hen
had already done launch a snake dance from Kiy West to < ,,:
ihir
with respect to th< question of political pressures, I suppose th.,t
these, nmre than anything else, were fundamental to the anti
Medicare vote not tin interests of the people "back home." Indei
it was the interests of the American Medical Assn., the private In -
pitalization outfits, the multi-million dollar drug firms, and all then
ilk that won the day when Medicare and the rttple "back home
failed to be represented by their legislators.
In the matter of the intra-partj chess game, our Florida repre-
sentatives will be (puck to tell us many things totally unrelated to
the basic humanitarian issue under consideration. They will point
to the rights of the individual slates that they charge are increasing!)
being usurped by big government; to the integrity of private enter
prise which, in their view, is almost continually challenged today by
Federal power encroachments; to the initiative ol the individual who,
as they see it. finds it less and less necessary tc show even a scintilla
of personal imagination or motivation, because Uncle Sam wants to
take care of him from the cradle to the grave.
All of this, our distinguished Senators will dress in the clown',
costume of Socialism or worse, and suggest to us that their nay voti
was for our own good. 1 would suggest, in return, that they tell it
to the South Beach arthritic cripple, who lives on $50 or $75 a month
in meager Social Security payments, and who must fork up som<
gigantic and unspeakable sum weekly for the pills that help lighten
his load. Or that they tell it privately to any red blooded American,
who wants nothing done for his own good that he believes he can
do better for himself.
THt MKMMUNM Of SOVTHHN UGISIATOKS
QRIES OF SOCIALISM or Communism, totally without relation tc
to the question, are a vicious fabrication from many points of
view. Mainly. I find them unacceptable because they are" a one-way
street. It is Socialism or Communism if men and women, under th.
Social Security structure of the nation, would be permitted to put
aside small sum.- regularly for their future medical needs as senior
citizens.
But under other circumstances, this is not the view of the Amer-
ican Medical Assn and neither is it the view of our Florida legisla-
tors. It is not Socialism or Communism when the Federal Goven
ment spends counties millions for a Veterans Administration hos
aital system. It is not Socialism or Communism when the govei
ment underwrite, the construction of state and even private voluntary
hospitals across the nation. Or when Uncle Sam foots the bill f. r
fantastically expensive government-sponsored medical research, or
otters huge numbers of medical grants to individual physicians.
Here, the American Medical Assn.. as well as our legislators, arc
Silent; for here' the potent interests are satisfied in the name of the
people "back home."
The Socialism-Communism excuse is an odious aspect of the
m Pi'h\ g8mLe because 'I rests on the Democratic Part)
spin, which makes schizophrenics of so manv Southern legislator-.
A recent feature report in Tune Magazine analyzed in cruelly humor
ous detail the relationship betwen Sen. Smathers and President Ken
neay. roe report came in the wake of the Presidents appearance
nere at a Democratic Partj dinner on the eve of the Florida primarv,
(luring which Mr Kennedy publicly endorsed Sen. Smathers' candi-
dacy for reelection to office.
THOSf WHO SPUK fO* JHlMStLVtS *
JIME MAGAZINE REPEATEDLY quoted Sen. Smathers as stating
record t 1 Pre8Went "understands" his anti Administration voting
record. In the more recent Holland-Smathers hast, to 'explain" their
'und'erst'ands''" ^ Sma,herS again ""M*** to Ul that the President
nm ^"i M.r Kennedy's angry reaction seems to imply that he does
wou h'/v?,h" a"- ,ndeed' *! !? did -*. most Americans
*ould have to be as suspicious of his motives as thev are increasing
Sr',heiru,;cr,fo,r,ab,e about Sf u-<- ur-J53BS?
so mueh f o-? 3 Ca,rry ,he fl0,,r of ,ht '"""ess where, with
KSXSEE&& rePre8e,U n"n' LUI S"-5- and
i- isfst tnaf os Vs pSiT^f^T S^ But U"y
interesl other than the practice rf no1n'Pl""" that the \\\\ ,e,, 800d med,lne. and firmlv declan
even for then on. Wa5 "f r'P"diating what -
ern history of I ,ost o<>'<" moves backward In the m-
Alf'"!-' ^ beUevethat ,.',- cans men
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rJewls* ftcr/diari
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LETTER TO THE EDITOR -
Columnist Harming Jewish Institutions
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
On July 13. in Leo Mindlin's col
umn "During the Week ... As 1:
See It." there appeared some very
unfavorable comments about the
North Dadc Bnai B'rith Bowling
League, which is sponsored by the
North Dade Lodge cf Bnai B'rith
Men, A reader sent him ;in article
which stated that this League
bowls on Friday nights :> Con
Bowl, and asked him to investi
the situation to ascertain whether
or not B'nai B'rith in Miami ob-
serves the Sabbath.
Mi- Mindlin's answer indicates
thai h ha- investigated However*
ays are here agam for the family of refugees bom we are mosl certain that he did
jove who were able to resettle in a suburban com- ''< do so, If he had so much
31 >re through the assistance qiven them by placed '""' telephone call to Con-
' --_, c- .. .n~ v.- ,-. :;n'"s Bow1' ne would have d:SCO>
riics S Afler his rescue from a German con- ered that our League m e e t s on
::-. camp at .he end of World War II, the man found Thursdaj nights, and has b<
in Ci ba. until it became necessary to pull up stakes "Jeetin "" Thursday nights for all
... ., r the years of its existence.
.. que3! ot a Detter life Member aqoncies of the ., ...
No lodge in the Miami area has
, x L /~-u t n i.- ii .....*** ,,i uu- .in,win an-,i nas
.,.1 Cncnties of Baltimore are helping the ever violated the Sabbath by
scheduling any activities from sun-
down of Friday until Saturday
afler dark. Mr. Mindlin has cast
a most unwarranted slur upon our
organization, and has probably
done a great deal of harm to all
Jewish organizations in general by
his words.
ul do':. new rocU in the community.
American Bigot Sends Hate
Literature to Argentina
Cr.--.iued frj-n ?ige 1-A
nifica-- following, for many
yeari -'is liferafjre, sert often
to Lai Americjn countries, is
anli.'!. sh ii anti-Catholic.
Millet .sually calls himself the
Granc Dragon of the Aryan
Kmgr ;f the Ku Klux Klan, but
has r.; .-'filiation with the KKK
orgar..;;-ions operating in the
South ADL ricards show.)
ARTHUR D. HORWITZ
President, North Dade Lodge
MRS. ARTHUR HORWITZ
President, North Dade Chapter
ment at Buenos Aires has taken
all steps to suppress anti-Semitism
in that country, were meanwhile
given to the Canadian Jewish Con- *
revs Tuesday in Montreal by the EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
.\rgcnnne Ambassador to Canada. p,ease consider this lclt(,r an
Gen, Angel K Peluffo appeal to our rabbis, leaders and
Gen Peluffo voiced his assur- PWents of children of the Jewish
ances to Michael Garber, president
faith It i. in no way intended as
a reflection on our school system,
if the Canadian Jewish Congress, nor the cafeterias operating wiui-
uho presented to the envoy a pro- in the schools. Our school sy>tem
'. the Argentine test from the Canadian Jewish Con- a splendid one, and the cafe-
lemn racial and religious jng| ..,,, recen| anti.Jew. ferias opera-ing in the schools cer-
and i- [he (iovcrn-
Amendments
To be Aired
Th .'.':ro charvr amendments rjiate police action and protection"
to *'< ed on county-wide next auainst anti-Semitism.
tsh acts of violence in the Argen- u'inl> seem satisfactory Pupils
tine Republic." Expressing "shock' "",_ a choice of ,hl' food ,hov
over the manifestations of "hatred "e'
and animosity" against Argentine But it appears to me that our
Jews, the Congress called on the Jewish youth, with some exeep-
Argentine Government "for inline- [ions, are following a pattern, and
month
i be aired in a specia
Panel,. .'.>M(,n" Monday at a Civic ,A resolution protesting vigor-
Student Exchange
Leagui Miami Beach meeting in
the En I r> restaurant.
Program Told
Keller .. Dr. Harold Rand, mem
bers ot no Metropolitan Charter
Review oard.
Hague, requesting that he send the j 'fa-
protest on to his Government In A, the present time, there are
Buenos Aires.) 32 Miami high school students vis-
iting in Peru, Colombia. Argen-
tina and Panama.
During his summer vacation, a
student from the United States trav-
announcci.
Mart:r Smith
dent

At t't conclusion of the discuss- t j l ai l d -a:..
in. mc rated by attorney Irving > enU00fi NlOShe Kegistralion
Freiet, closed ballot will be tak- Ret,istration for the fall semester
en. ar.c! insults of the poll will be h kinderearten-nursery He-
in tne Kinciergamr,'nurM.r> ", els to a South American country-
brew and Sunday schools is now, -f
League presi- being taken at Congregation Ye- y cd ^ fam
i hudah Moshe. _______ | .|y ^^ chi|dren of Wj Qwn gge
and becomes a full-fledged mem-
ber of the group. Board, room,
and laundry are provided by the
host family, while the student's
own family supplies him with
spending money.
Because of reversed seasons on
the two continents, the student will
find that school is in session, and
he will attend, "thereby enlarging i
his circle of friends, learning the I
language and participating in all
activities," according to Mrs. How-
ard Learner, of 6171 SW 72nd ave..
in charge of information.
"At the same time, as a Junior
Ambassador, he is enabled to do
his country and democracy a great
deal of good by giving other people
a chance to see our youth and to
get acquainted with some of our
people." Mrs. L. W. Bookhullz is
chairman of the organization
In return for the hospitality re-
ceived, the family must agree to
accept a foreign student into their
home and provide for them in a
like manner. This student will ar-
rive at a time when schools are.
in session here.
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it is this pattern to which I am
taking exception.
My parents had a high regard
for secular learning. I myself
attended three institutions of
h'gher learning, and graduated
frcm rwc of these colleges. Yet
my parents were true and loya!
adherents of our Torah, and im-
parted within us that same loy-
alty.
When I returned home from
school for lunch. I washed my
and repeati I the pra;
tore partaking ol food, and the
| rayer after p I
i the mea I, v hich as, > I
coi e, ..,'.'. aj ki sher
I ye ir, I have been
substitute teacher in the
local schools, where some classes
had a fair proportion of Jewish
children. From first grade through
high school, with some few ex
ceptions, I have found our chil-
dren eating with unwashed hands
Apart from the religious aspect,
uhat Of the simple elements of liv-
eespecially after an art
class, for example, where clay ,
paint are the order of the day''
While children, as I have sa
j".- given the opportunity to cho
from a variety of food-.. I saw |
al lunch hot dog, irefah, .:'
;- some other form of :
pared meal, a glass of milk .
an cake with rich dress
i b Mo wonder, s many of thi
1 with their food, i in( lu !< I
with "oh, I'm not hi.
it all into

This, then, is the pattern: est-
irg with unclean hands, failure
to offer up the bless:ngs, ano
partaking of forbidden foods as
prescribed by our Torah.
lur and parents musi
enci eir children I
commandments <>f the T r-
ah, net only [or religious i ; ---
.' tor health reasons, as well
ETHEL LEVIN
Miami Beach
ously against the recent anti-
Semitic manifestations in Argen-
tina was adopted and made public 'American Youth Exchange."
Formti County Commissioner i in Holland by the Dutch Labor which has its headquarters in Mi-
Charles andon and present Com-1 party. Representatives of the ami, offers a reciprocal program
ionti Robert Haverfield will party filed their protest, denoun- for exchange students. The pro-
speak the amendments. ring "anti-Semitic excesses,'- with I gram operates between the United
SpeakiEg against will be James!1"6 Argentine Ambassador at The I States and Central and South Amor-
Shepard Broad (right), who addressed a recent brunch of
the Combined Jewish Appeal Bay Harbor Residents Division,
chats with Lloyd Ruskin (left), Martin Lodge, and Dan Elkind.
CJA leaders are still actively engaged in rounding up pledges
made during the 1962 campaign.
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Friday, luly 27, I950
Britain's Public Nazi Rallies
Raise Parliament's Fever
Continued from Page lA
made the statement in a written
reply to Arthur Lewis, a Laborite,
who hud asked whether Brooke
h;id examined evidence senl him
b> an MP about the training ol
the Colon Jordan movement as a '
quasi-military group whose mem-
bers called themselves Nazi storm
troopers and wore uniforms.
A Conservative Ml'. T. I- Ire-
monger, asked what further con-
sideration the Minister had given
to amending the Public Order Act,
to lake account of the danger of
breaches of the peace provi ked by
threatening, abusive or insulting
words. The Ml' also asked what
further consultations had been held
about granting permission for
Tneetings in Trafalgar Square for
groups likely (o use such language
publicly.
Mr. Brooke declared he had
under consideration proposals
put to his predecessor by several
members of Parliament to
amend the Act. He added, how-
ever, that "it is already an of-
fense under this act to use threat-
ening, abusive or insulting words
with intent to provoke a breach
of the peace or whereby a breach
of the peace is likely to be occa-
sioned."
The dismissal of Colin Jordan,
leader of the British National So-
cialist movement, from his leach-
ing position in a Coventry school,
was meanwhile recommended this
week by the school's governors.
Jordan was suspentieo trom his
teaching job as an aftermath of'
a riotous anti-Semitic rally of his
group in Trafalgar Square on July
1. The governors' recommenda-
tion that his suspension be con-'.
tinned and his services terminated
by the school ai the end of the
year will now go before the Coven-1
tr\ ten >l government subcommit-
1
SMASHitlG CROWD
LONDON JTA The
much advertised open air
meeting of the British Union
01 Fascists, led by Sir Oswald
Mosley, took place Sunday
.!! ernoon in Trafalgar Square
and u as broken up by a huge
crowd alter lasting only 20
minutes Many people in the
CrowdJews and non-Jews
wore the yellow Star of Dav-
id as an expression of protest
against the speakers.
The meeting broke up be-
fore Sir Oswald himself could
speak. None of the other
speakers at the meeting made
specif:c references to Jews.
Jewish organiiations have ap-
pealed *o Jews to stay away
from Trafalgar Square dur-
ing the meeting. However,
many individual Jews were
in the crowd. They were far
out-numbered by opponents
of nuclear testing which Sir
Oswald favors.
The crowd on Trafalgar
Square was almost to a man
hostile to the Fascist speak-
ers It broke through the
police line and -mashed the
speakers' platform. At that
point, a Chief Superintendent
nf Police, In charge of the
police forces, officially slop-
ped the rally, announcing he
was halting the meeting "to
preserve public order and
prevent rioting."
From the nation's capital to the Miami YMHA was the road
traveled by this American flag as a result of the presentation
made last week by the Jewish War Veterans. Making the
presentation on behalf of Rep. Dante Fascell are 'left to right1
camper Carole Friedman; William Avirom, junior vice com-
mander; Frank Miller, camp counselor; Ralph Lampert, trus-
tee; Herman Sokolow, trustee; Charles Plotkin, camp director;
Daniel Neal Heller, national executive committeeman; camp-
ers Marcia Blumberg and Jill Touby; and counselor Naomi
Tropp.
Jewi Appointment Doesn't Alter
Soviet Union's Anti-Semitism
Rabbi Edwards
Back in Pulpit
Rabbi Sheldon Fdwards, direc" -
of B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundatix
Ol the University of Iowa, an.)
spiritual leader of Agudas Achim
Congregation of Iowa City, will re
turn to the pulpit of Temple B
Sholom, Opa-Iocka, lor one month
Since leaving the Miami area < ,
years ag<> to serve B'nai B'rith,
Rabbi Edwards ha- served is
man >>t the Judaica committee .,: 1
moderator and lecturer of ,
school of religion of the state L'ni
versify o( Iowa.
He is also a member of the Rab
binical Assembly and the Unite:
Synagogue Youth Commission
Central States region, and hai
served as a lecturer for the Unj-
ed Synagogue of America's Cav
alcade for Judaism, and as secre
tary to the Iowa Board of Rabbis
Rabbi Edwards' civic duties 11 I
responsibilities include memtx
^lup on the Governor's Cnildi
and Vmith Commission; chairman
Johnson county, Iowa, American
i ancer Society, and the Council
Social ami Welfare Planning
I'o his BA and M.\ degrees, k. >
in Edwards recently added ?h.-
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Rabbi Avurutick, in his accept-
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Pearl of Mediterranean Losing its Luster Rapidly
By EDWIN EYTAN
ALGIERSAlgiers, the pearl of
itt Mediterranean," I a nguid 1)
stretches Its white suburbs along
I blue sea. A hot African breeze
which comes from the deptfis ot
the Sahara Desert gently swings,
i palm trees in front of the mud
trn European skyscrapers which
, the waterfront. It is a city
:th many fates: a city in which
Mc slem quarter is called "Cli-
:, de France," and the European
Bab il Oued;" in which thousands
, Europeans, who patiently wail
(he p-irt for transportation to
ranc sil under a hall erased but
.till visible slogan which pro
i aims, "Ici e'est la France"
1 his is France "
Algiers is a city where the perse
ted and the persecutors change
places like a game of musical
where elegant streets ar<
by barbei-wire fences,
ere real estate firms still ad
.-, prepare your futurebuy
House here." and where 200.000
i peans have abandoned their
homes It is a city in which the
Casba's old synagogue has become
i | ;,\ center, and in which the
Mild :.mi tarn beating of the notes
i: Algeria Musulmaoe" can be
i rd .n the elegant European sub-
i with their chic villas, spacious
patios and concrete swimming
i
There are two Algiers: one fftl*
?d with jryous Arabs celebrating
-e.r newly won independence,
the other, sparsely populated by
i few Europeans who, behind
trawn curtains and closed shut-
ters, mourn their pas^.
h the Casba, a million multi
i red bulbs illuminate the night.
dn ot thousands i>i celebral
;. Moslems overflow into the nar
uu lanes, dark-skinned unshaven
i'LN soldiers, the "moujahids" li-'
ttl to old men sing their glory.
Seafront Shards
Forty kilometers away, a thoui
arid people wait in near-dark Onl>
a leu pale bulbs light the dismal
Haiting room at Maison Blanche
Airport. European women, dress
td in their Sunda\ best sit on the
. .whist covered floor among the
i t.iiett, butts and Ihe vomit left
t.. the ihkj.ooo people who have pre-
ceded them Every family has two
I teases and innumerable children
its problems its worries, its
Itars
Bj the crowded bar. men sip
' i traditional Algerian "anisette"
and exchange plans for the future.
' "A< don t know yet where we shall
gl "No we have no family in
France." "Are we entitled to Soc
ial Security-'" "How many planes
. due to leave tonight?"
1 drove from Maison Blanche to
A giers on Independence Eve As I
ut approached the city, we could
.". the glow of smolderipj ashes.
and smell the acrid smoke in the
hot. humid night "You should'
I been here last week." our
In spite of its painful birth
pangs, independent Algeria
has the economic framework,
Ihe skilled manpower and the
tough battle te;ted soldiers to
become the main fore- in
, Afrtcj, replace Egypt as the
eader of the Arab world, and
dramatically change the bal-
ance of power in this crucial
area. So says Edwin Eytan,
special correspondent for
JTA, in th's report.

driver tells us in a regretful voice.
"The entire road was lit up by
huge bonfires. Everybody was
burning everything." The fleeing
Europeans destroyed everything
they could not take with them
Why leave it t,. the Arabs?" Bj
Ihe seafront, dozens of cars, like
wounded animals, lie on the sand,
their tiro cut. their engines smash-
ed, their windows broken, their
bodies burned Among them, brok-
en refrigerators, burned furniture
There are 400.000 gone, including
many Jews.
S;nce the Franco-FLN Evian
agreement, some 400,000 Euro-
peans have fled. Bab el Cued,
the melting pot of all Mediterran-
ean races, stands empty and de-
serted. Its Perei, Cohen, Men
doia are gone. Two, three gen-
erations ago they came from
Spain, Italy, Malta to build a
country for Ihe Western world
and a home for themselves. Now.
the bakeries are closed, the
butcheries have their shutters
down, avid the small cafes with
zinc counters and marble-topped
tables are deserted. To try to
avoid having their properly re-
quisitioned, the fleeing Euro-
peans have stuck notices on their
dcors, "Temporarily closed due
to annual leave."
The Erench Government expect
ed an emigration of loo.ooo per
year This figure was reached dur-
ing ihe peak which preceded inde-
pendence. There is nothing ready
for the refugees in France no
homes. no work, no money. And
vet they go. In the deserted quar-
ter I met. however, an old woman
dressed all in black, holding by the
hand a little girl: "I cannot leave.
I have no money and no friends
and what shall I do in France?"
The old woman sighs: "Her fath-
er ua.- killed last year by the ELN.
her mother died in an explosion
this year. We are stuck here watt-
ing for the authorities to return
and mayix help us leave for France
when the} will be able to care for
US
Moss Exodus
Besides the strange couple, few
Europeans are to he seen in the
Streets The windows are all dos-
ed, the curtains drawn. One can
barely guess a shadow straining
it.- neck to look down into the
-treet from one of the darkened
apartments.
The European mass exodus has
Uken the FLN by surprise: Al
geria will soon be deprived of most
0l its technician- and profession-
, als. Already the factories stand
Algiers, where he plans an all
European political party in pre-
paration for the August 12 elec-
tions for a legislative assembly.
Jewish Leaders flee
To show his good will toward th<
Every European in Algeria, at
seme time or other, witnessed
seme bloodcurdling scene of Mos-
lem atrocity. In a Jewish home,
I was shown an album of "ama-
teur" photographs showing chil-
dren with their throats slit, wom-
en with their bellies carved open,
mutilated men, chopped-off
heads. These souvenirs live in
every European family, and even
th.se who consider themselves
"liberals" and are in sympathy
with the FLN's aspirations, fear
what the future may have in store
for them. An oft-repeated phrase
is "and what if Ben Bella should
win?"
; empty and silent the workshops European minority. Premier Ben
abandoned, communications inter- Kh"''" "" ver> morrow of
n.pted. Economic life is at a '"' amv:-> in Algiers, conferred
standstill. The basic necessities V ,he n;-,u'! l"i,ru,-,c prelate.
are scarce or not availableno Mgr Duval He *'" reportedly
bread, no drugs. prepared to meet a Jewish repre-
sentative personality, but there
At the city's municipal hospi- -- "or.e left; all, without excep
tal, less than a dozen doctors are tion. had fled abandoning their M01-e immediate than the danger
left out of over one-hundred. At communities; the pre.-dent and represented by the demagogic Vice
the Algiers central post office, t most members of Ihe Consistory premier is the presence of the Arab
saw people implore the few clerks committee, the heads oi the Fed mol | saw them Independence
to let them phone or cable to eration of Jewish Communities, the Day invade the European quarters,
their fnends abroad-to no avail, local representative oi Ihe World ,, commercial Rue Michelet, the
as all communications are re- Jewish Congress, the president and elegant residential area of St.
served for official or press mess- "" U.. lers ol the Zionist Federa Georges The European- came
ages There are no engineers, "<"> 'he chief rabbis, the teach- face-to-face with them: a howling,
no electricians, no pharmacists, "s. the mohcls and the shochet-. 5creaming their lububrious "you
no technicians. To be sick is to Only two rabbis are left, and no a nV(lr;. uj;h hundreds of tholIs.
nsk death; to have a faulty sink lay leaders whataoever. .,,,,,, heads VeUed women
means no water supply. ,p,'te (lf FLVs e[{orts ,(1 .... -creaming their lugugbrious "yOU
No wonder that the GPR*. (Al- abSUre Europeans, tew of them are >ou." excited men swinging their
I gerian Provisional Government led '"i,ar"i "' -''>' Many still in the | *t'cks, yelling, whistling and
by Premier Ren Kheda | i- trying Un""r.v ""* only wailing to save thumping their newly-found slogan,
its utmost to reassure the remain wmeU,ing of their property before "Allah Ahrem Echouada" (God
ing Europeans and convince them leavin 0tners government bless our martyrs
to stay. The FLN realizes that the emPlo>e anxiously waiting for In ,he elegant Rlll. d'Issly, Arab?
country's economy will be unable P*"1"8810" lo leave They are were 8ipping milk shakes at the
to withstand any prolonged crisis "fd BW*y bv ,ht'lr fear "f tne only open cafe, while their heavily-
and that no adequate help can be FLN s i"l,hor"ilrii'n and Marxi-t veiled wiveg admiringly looked at
expected from abroad. The only rt-"m' rh' rLN- although deep- |hc narr0M blkilll> and decollete
countries prepared to send large ly Lumbers of experts are Italy and onePart> lllk- nationalise- (iliu 0f the "Galeries de France."
Ue.-t Germany, bt even they are """"' expropriations ol property, For them it was the beginning
unable to supply the tens of thous- 8"d ";r"! Pohce-enforced disci- a new era_for the Europeans
and- of technician- which Algeria P the end ol an age.
needs at all echelon- Abovi all. however thi Euro- ---------------------
peans fear their Moslem neighbors 'Education' to be Theme
their violent animosity, the fact
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now ,> determined to stop all exac- ing independence, tht cry oi "Bab Springs Villas starting Sept. 12.
LvT* a ii imi5?smfi lta orders el Cued, el Cued' Bab el Cued to Mrs Enid Caldwell. chairman of
2C1 hC,' f ,rn flsI A'the Water) was heard, and did not the reservations committee, has
the out-kirts ol eontribuK t. reassur< the Euro- announced that "Education" will
Sharp Discipline
Algiers told me that, after most
ot his produce was loote.f, he
; threatened the local FLN com
maitder to leave for France. "He
summoned all my Arab workers,
lined them collectively, after any
of them refused to confess, and
finally had them beaten in front
of me with rifle butts and sticks."
This sort of incident is far from
exceptional. Throughout Algeria.
the FLN's higher echelon try a!
all costs to reassure the Europeans.
In Oran. after the anti-European
riots in which one-hundred people
lost their lives, the FLN executed
countless Arabs suspected of hav-
ing participated in the murders
Several dozen Arab suspect- wen
presented by the ELN to foreign
journalists as "men about to die
for their anti-European crimes"
and throughout the following night
could be heard the salvos of the
execution squads.
According to the FLN OAS
agreement, no retaliatory action
will be taken by the new Alger-
ian authorities against former
members in the European under-
ground. The former OAS leader,
Jean-Jacques Susini, is still in
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+Jewist fhrktiar
Friday. ]uly 27, 1962
^j Prosecutor Views Anti-Semitism's Roots Today
By GIDEON HAUSNER
There are focal points in the
nnals of every nation when his-
li ry releases powerful forces, which
signify new. great turns in the
n.-mal flow of historical traffic.
This country knew many such
high points which retlected in out-
standing personalities, such as the
frames of the Constitution. George
Washington or Abraham Lincoln
:- the long Jewish history one can
hi se landmarks in the
t, in the strug
, oi he Ma, cabeans or in the
It of the Bar K. chba.
- h air it i i ry nation;
m< tin i foi centur-
f supreme import-
happens And then, in a
i n fl.-.. hi Men powers are un-
leashed in rapid succession. These
arc the moments which determine
.... inies and when e\erj
individual can almo>t personally
rtei the touch of the wings of his-
tory. It is then that the future,
sometimes the very existence of
rations, is at stake.
This generation of ours seems
U he at exactly such a crossroad
: Jewish history, having witness-
ed two fateful events following each
< ther: One was the tragedy oi
European Jewry which found lt-
wesome culmination in the de-
.'ruction of over six million peo-
ple: the other was the establish-
ment of a Jewish state in Israel.
Successful Genocide
Since the emergence of the Jew-
ish people over 3.000 years ago upon
its delivery from the house of
tondage, we have had varied con-
tacts with the non-Jewish world, tinguished. For this nearly sue- and vulnerable enough to give waj
contacts which were often hostile., cessful genocide, we had to wait under pressure,
sometimes friendly. But never be- unti| [he twenlieth ccnlury nawnj,
lire was there a phase in which ........ .. _.
the very existence of the Jewish jtllmbed a" Ihe wa>' from the Dark
people as a whole was in danger.' Ages, through the Renaissance.
With only the exception of the through the cultural and social
story related in the Book of Esther.' achievements of modern civiliia-
about the then attempted genocide,
Gideon Hausner in prosecutor's argument during Eichmann
trial in Jerusalem. Seated with earphone is Dr. Robert Serva-
tius. defense counsel.
The cnrrenl ibi tttt i | anti'Sfmituin ra Argentina and Urn
and the mub meetings m London attending th< rex | S
Mosleytype Fascism to the Bni an explained in tome ?uur-
ten as deriving from the aftermath of the /--uf.: ca\
of Adolj Eichmann tect of the G< -.. uti
problem H a Third F \ ne -;..:. m .. ui
the u'hmin personalu\ than the man
colonel who u>em i, I il Long Live I
many. Long Life Argentina Long Live Austria I .>'
of ihe complete :u: 0/ ,:-. address b\ Hausnei
ventlon <>/ B'nai B'nth in Washmgi -. D.C last May In 1 the I
prosecutor offers his outi
i uv time.

. '... :
Even more important is the ques-
tion "What are we going to do
about it"" An organism which can
go down with such a disease must
be treated and cured; people whose
abodes were demolished by a vol-
there never was an imminent dan!' tion- only t0 faJ1 at lhls turn ofj canic disaster and whose dear ones
per to the future existence of Jew-, history into the abyss of Hitlerism, were crushed under streams of
ry. i with its proclaimed policy of hatred : burning lava, will not and cannot
There were, of course, frequent and of racial superiority, which
persecutions of individuals or of: inevitably lei to mass murder,
communities, there were pogroms. ^ twis, m human progress
extortions, expulsions and boycotts, j poses a pressing and immediate
there was much bigotry and hatred.! problem before everyone, Jew and
but never before did Jewry- face n(,n-Jew alike. How was it poss-
1.he immediate peril of being ex-: ible? Whether we like it or not.
pretend that everything will be all
right from now on, that life may
go on as usual because the menac-
ing murmur inside the mountain
of death is not so loudly heard for
the moment.
If moral values are to survive
this problem will live with us for in this world some lesson must be
the rest of our days and will re-1 derived from the past and some
quire an intelligent answer Iti urgent and pres.-i;
sing measures mu-t
Miami Hebrew
Now Rfk+h tfnrloch wi" not be Pssib,e anv more iol'he adopted! For "us Yews'if we
^WT* m^iii iWUCjn revert to normal, as if nothing ever wish to survive, some practical re-
At a special congregational meet- happened; to shut our eyes or turn suit, musl follow,
ing held July 17. Miami Hebrew our heads away, maintaining we
' ation voted to change its are now to have a fresh start, that Infant Slauahter
to Beth Kodesh Congrega- bygones should be left alone and
just too much for the ordinary
.,,,) we can neither grasp nor
visualize such an enormous crime,
I ike rays of light outside the usual
span of the spectrum it does not
register on cur minds. Such fig-
ures remain jus; numbers with no
reto content.- behind them.
Let me. therefore, tell you one
episode out ol the recorded mill-
11 dues not, by any standard,
pn sent Ihe low* -1 watermark of
x.,,, Nazis were
cularb anxi to 1 roy, a-
.. jc|, J( ;-h ellll
> 1.-, the h 1
lie n;
features s th<
leness ol ihi Naz ci ime dis
ivages
who save the enemy chil Iren if
0 raise thi 11 as membei ol
ihi icti rious tril Thi N
however, d n ct d their utmost fury
inward- the Jewish lit)
ake sure thai complete eradi
cation of Jews in the generations
to come will follow.
Our holidays wen occasions es-
pecially selected fur the massacre
of children Having some knowl-
edge of our prayers on the High
Holidays, including the one in which
we make an analog) between the
Lord sitting in judgment to a shep-
herd who counts hi- flock and
makes his sheep pass under the
rod, the Nazis used this as a -pee
ial feature oi cruelty
And so it came to pa-- on Hush
Hashona, in the year 1943, thai
thousands of Jewish children were
herded out of the barracks of the
Auschwitz death camp An SS man
affixed a rod high up on a posl
and ordered the children to pass
beneath it, telling them that those
who were nut able to touch the
rod with their heads would be
thrown into the crematorium.
Plans foretold
When the horrified children re
fused to move, they were brutally
whipped. And so they started on
their way a piteous column of awe-
stricken, emaciated Jewish chil-
dren. The first ones tried to
reach the rod. walking on tiptoes,
but this was soon discovered and
forbidden. A few other- put stones
in their shoes to get some addi-
tional elevation, to become a little
higher than they really were Over
2.000 Jewish children were too
small for their heads (O touch the
rod, and were thrown into flames
that very day
Those lew who managed to pass
the macabre teal were to y their
Nazi jailers that they wen allow
ed to survive for the time being
because they wire big HlOUgh i
! do some work. But th should
henceforth be aware that it was
1 not the Lord in Heaver, who was
having them p;iss unaei ,i rod to
determine whether the live or
1 die. Ihe Nazis were!
1 .-hall span you so
even more gnu-erne e\ uples ol
bestiality and il deliberj inflic-
tion of agony and suf! rig on
1 millions of inrocent pe
the twelve years of the Nazi rule
in Euro| e
The amazing thing ab
thi generi intei I
stroy the J< as so
. ".il and made kno
his bor.
Kampf." publis d man
fore the wai well his
1.11 he- and 1 I 1 I dc.i
did not concei his e\
He preached hatred op
: 1 fore he w as able to 1 tice
The concentration car- >s were
there for everybody to
before civilized humanii >se up
in arm- against Ni Ei G< n my li
wasn't even a case of :n- ap-
pearing on the wall; the ntentions
were plainly and fully <
In his famous speech i: III
man Heischslag. eight n nths be-
fore the outhrtak of the second
World War. Hitler said t should
an armed conflict arise. ie re.
I will be neither the triuiv sh of lh<
capitalists nor the victi of thi
communists, but the de- ition of
world Jewry
Yet nobod) cared. T iffu l
attitude of the fr worl i- that
he cannot mear. all this inouslv .
il is no more than a p-
devise This u;is the se ive ap-
plied to the w. r: s cor.- 'nee.
Hitler did mean it seriously.
When given Ihi power a : "he op
portunity, h translated us plans
into h gruesoOM reality-
It is a p<'int t( reme I ler that
even today we ;.r faced ith some
dictators who make no bo les about
their intention to anniv. 1 Ite that
part of the surviving r-nnant <>f
Jewry which lives in Israel. Their
pronouncements, as be-ore. art
ascribed today t< propa.: .uta nec-
essities intended for internal con-
sumption only. So this conscience-
lubricating devici if aga:: applied.
There is, how\er. every reason
to believe that these die..tors ar
i- serious in their design; ,i. Hitler
was an power they !<<. wr-uld carry their
evil plans int< 'i'ict.
NEXT WEEK
Prctici-c 7- Big .1*'
"House of Holiness"),
Max Shapiro. >piri;;iai
1. said that "the religio
ties of our congregation 11
new name given "
thi- community sii
. Shapiro ha- been 5]
Ina] leadi r of Beth David. ;
dent ol the Greater Miami Rab-
at Assn., executive member
he National Conference of Chris-
bans and Jews here, and of Fed- fection of an animal disi
tion an Community Che
He was one of Ihe organizer- of
the local Zionist Organization and
h Congress and served as a
j'trmanent member of "the .Miami
J.oundtable" weekly radio pro-
gram.
that it is only the future which 1- Lei us not lull oursi 1
il consequence. The future stem- false confidence that these [1
from the past. Even il we all a
that Hitlerism was a patholi
rescence on our ci
Ihis would merely be labeling the
imenon and not explain: .
question will still remain Hov
was it
ful events ai
ever Thirty -.
; that ii
!"-;'<' of civi izi rj l..:
cultui al G the Naz
ah all their bi
possible in this century fur. pai
great section of mankind to be- be so sure thai this i- now
contaminated with the in- chapter fur all places
of an animal disi mes?
Should we try to explain it away, Th, picture of the
as some people do. by saying that ter which b.
' was merely an eruption of bes- ol a third ol th, 1 h
tiality out of the depth- ol hi Iden so staggerinB ha v oVi ; '
layers of evil, then again we havi ""-,,,?,"
to assume that the evil is here describe'!! h L n l^S*"
v it li us, hiding unde
'hat happen,,! Six n
r a cover, thin I ion innocent people put to
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Fage 9rA
UN Issues Report on Israel Economy
Harry Levy, district deputy for the State of Florida, Free Sons
cf Israel, looks on as Judqe Henry L. Balaban presents a scroll
end gold button to Ferdinand Kohnfelder for his 50 years oi
membership in the organization. Free Sons of Israel was
organized in New York in 1849.
Nasser Vows He is Preparing
For Rocket War Against Israel
Continued from Pag* 1A
: secret." He said also that.
he v ill open a factory for the
duction of "Egypt's own jet
; ,.n<> Thus far. all of Egypt-
. have been acquired from the
- viel L'nion.
Press commentators here pointed
. ill that the rockets fired by Egypt
Saturday at launching pads 50,
r ilts west of Cairo, put Israel
v.thin range of Nasser's rockets.
Eppt's firing of rockets must re-'
;. ind I>rael that "we must take;
i ur security seriously," Maj Gen
Zvi Tsur, chief of staff of Israel's
i i fense forces, meanwhile declared
last night. At the same time, both
Gen, Tsur. and Shimon Peres,1
Deputy Minister of Defense, stated!
::iat. thus far, Egypt's rocketry I
i rogram has greater importance as '
I ropaganda than a.- an immediate
Itary threat. Both spoke as Is-
.el artillery started a series of
ercises that will last four day-.
Gen. Tsor warned that Presi-
rent Nasser, of Egypt, "must be
jdged by his actions, and not by
"is words." He pointed out that
Nasser's recent speeches, deem-
ed "mederate" in som quarters
-ere delivered while Egypt was
reve'opirg the rockets with the
help of West German, Swiss and
Italian experts. He warred that,
with the help cf the foreign ex-
perts, Egypt could make its rock-
ets operational within a few
years.
The Israeli press this week re-
quested that the Israel Government
approach the Western powers again
for defensive weapons male more
necessary than ever in the light
of Egypt's heavy armament. Is-
rael applied to the United States
a number of years ago for per-
mission to buy defensive arms in
the U.S., but no action on this
application has as yet been taken
by the State Department in Wash-
ington.
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
A full scale portrait of Israel's econ-
omy, documented with many sta-
tistical tables, was provided here
, this week by the United Nations De-
; partment of Economic and Social
Affairs. In all instances, the report
! provided comparisons between Is-
rael and its neighboring states.
The 183-page report entitled.
"Economic Developments in the
Middle East: 1959-1961," is a sup-
piemen! tn th;' U.N.'s World Econ-
omic Survey for 1961.
Israel still has a trade deficit,
the repi rl showed "The account
on goods an i services since 1957,"
Ihi n port stated, ".-how- a large
hut relatively stable deficit, 11
ing from aboul $332,000,000 in 1957
to $339,......000 in 1960, with a con-
siderable decline in 1959. when it
Stood at approximately $321,000.-
000while imports during the same
i period were valued at $285,000.-
. 000.
The survey reported that, be-
tween 1957 and 1960, Israel receiv-
ed a total of $1,059,300,000 in
what are called "official and pri-
vate donations." The "official
donations," comprising 33 per
cent of the total, were repara-
tions from West Germany under
the Reparations Agreement, con-
tributions from the United States,
and UN technical and economic
assistance. "Private donations"
were personal restitution from
Germany to victims of Naiism in
Israel, "personal and institution-
al remittances in cash," and
"transfers in kind."
"As the total net receipts from
donations and foreign loans." the
survey reported, "exceeded the de-
ficit in goods and services, the
gross foreign exchange holdings of
the Bank of Israel and the com-
mercial banks increased substan-
tially from about $136,000,000 at
the end of 1958. to $273,000,000 at
the end of I960.'' In 1960-61. Israel
received from the United States
surplus grains valued at a total of
1 $101,800,000.
Israel industrial production was
shown in the report to have regis-
tered "substantial" increases. Do-
Sevillc Room Expands
Announcement of the expansion
of the convention facilities at the
Seville hotel has been made by
owner manager Ted Kipnis and
Arthur M Lowell, From plans by
\i vention facility will be known as
the Valencia room and will be com-
i leted by November, The room
will s, theatre style an
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mestic demands for industrial pro-
ducts had gone up. output and con-
sumption of electricity have risen.
Electric consumption in industry
went up from 463,000.000 kilowatt-
hours in 1U57 to 770,000,000 in 1960.
The Israeli diamond industry in-
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I 1957. Egypt, with almost 13 times
Israel's population, had, in 4SB.
19:;.100 cars, trucks and bunt'a
j decline of some 10.000 from 1957
Britain Decides Against OK
Of Genocide Convention
LONDON i.lTA i The Brit-
ish Governmenl has decided alter
lengthy and careful consideration,
against acceding to the Internation-
al Genocide Convention, Lord Privy
Seal Edward Heath declared this
week in the House Of Commons.
The pact, which has been ratified
l\ 65 nations, outlaws such mass
killings as those the Nazis com-
mitted against European Jewry
during the war.
The Lord Privy Seal directed his
announcement to Sir Barnett .Tan-
ner, who had raised the issue, and
added that the reasons for the Gov-
ernment's decision were contained
in a full statement which he was
distributing. The statement, issued
by the British Foreign Oflice, said
that the Government "fully ac-
cepts the spirit of the Genocide
Convention and wholeheartedly ac-
cepts its objectives."
However, the statement added
that the Government had reached
the conclusion "with great regret"
not to ratify the convention be-
cause of its seventh article "which
provides that offenses of genocide
shall not be considered as political
crimes for the purpose of extra-
dition."
The statement said that the Gov-
ernment had been advised that, to
accede to the convention, it would
b< necessarj for Britain to amend
its extradition law "to suspend the
operation of the safeguard against
extradition for a political offei
in any case where the alleged
crime was genocide itself as de-
fined in Article Two of the con-
vention, or any of the related of-
fenses described in Article Three "
The Foreign Oflice said that this
would involve "a derogation from,
this country's traditional right to
grant political asylum."
Make-Up Demonstration
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Iiidoy. July. 27, 1962
Noted Designer Brings Flare for Beauty
To New Endeavor in South Florida
A noted designer, sculptor, and
decorator is establishing his home
and a branch office in South Flor-
ida because of the "limitless op-
portunities here for self-expression
and expansion of new living con-
it pts in our space age."
Harry L. Linsky. N.S.I.D., for-
mer senior designer at General
Motors in Detroit and the Chrysler
Corporation of the same city, be-
lieves that the southern tip of
peninsular Florida will some day
be the "focal point of an interna-
tional design and culture center,
with not only creative programs
encouraged by local industry, but
a strong training and leaching
structure set up to guide budding
designera, artists, and architect-
ural engineers."
HARRY UNSKY
Linsky, who studied with sculp-
tor Carl Milles at the Cranbrook
Academy of Art, and took a num-
ber of courses with the titan of
architecture, Frank Lloyd Wright,
is convinced that this area pro-
vides a rare combination of nat-
ural tropical beauty, the emer-
gence of new industries, and the
proximity of progressive educa-
tional plants such as the Uni-
versity of Miami, the new col-
lege at Boca Raton, and. others.
Linsky's recent activities in the
hold and motel field led him to
the conclusion that the word "re-
furbishing" has become almost as
important to hotels and institutions
as the blueprints which launched
them in the first place. He recent-
ly directed the entire refurbishing
and face-lifting of the 11-story
Sarascta Terrace hotel in Sarasota,
Fla. When he was director of de-
sign for Chicago's famed Ambassa-
dor East and West hotels, and the
Hotel Sherman, he completely re-
decorated and revamped all 1,480
rooms at the Sherman. "Business
zoomed," he said.
Linsky is a space magician. He
discovers ingenious ways to put
dead space to work at low cost.
At brokerage offices in the 407
Lincoln Road Mall bldg.. he trans-
formed a long narrow elevator
foyer into a reception area and
wailing room. The Sherman
hotel, he made a secretary's office
and foyer from a broom closet,
turned a shower stall bathroom
and linen closet into the general
manager's office.
wife and businessman may have
become uru'ons.ijously enslaved to
the "ultra-modern" in interior de- H
sign without tven so much as a
backward glance at what has gone
before. T<; flaunt tradition is not
enough, h< saya.
Good taste beauty without
ostentaticn' is important." At
the Sever!) Savings and Loan
Assn.. a Ch tion, _I.ir.sk> coveted the lobby
chairs with go!ri kid leather.
.lust like the opera slippers
ladies wear today," he said. The
theme of Um bank it gold, nat-
urally.
Linskv is a tcard r-;mber of
the Na'ic-e! Society o? Interior
Designer:, a vice president of
the FraiK Llcvd Wright Endow-
ment FvMf, and is dasljn con-
sultont for -any institutions
throughout -< country for new
products ;-.:'.cing lig.-iting fix-
tures, fwMtire corrected wall
papers, arc -".rls.
Narrow elevator foyer at a Miami Beach office building shows
the "space challenge" which confronted the interior designer.
Elevator doors are at right, beyond the screen. The cashier's
cage is at far end of hall. Translucent lightinc rectangles
were installed over head to provide dramatic lighting effect
over the reception desk area.
He reside! with ins u Blai < he,
ami d..... trieia I, at ii60
103rd St., 1 ; Harbor Islands, and
maintain' disigj studios ;n Chica-
go and Mii 1 ,:ch.
Some of his ideas are bold, far
in advance of his time and his
drawing board. He designed a
sliding door for low-slung sports
cars, a full-view dashboard, and
himself likes to race foreign
models. (He was president of
the Midwest Sports Car Club in
Chicago.) Recently, his design
for a "Frustration Room" at the
swank Imperial Inn motel cre-
ated quite a stir in architectural
circles. Guests are encoura/jed
to use this room as a way of re-
lieving tensions by hurling break-
able household furnishings
against a brick wall.
Hi has designed ;> revolving bed
room of the future enclosed in
Polaroid glass wh < h excludes light
rays and visibility Linsk> has also
created .::. electrical '"kitchen of
the future." which t< atun ;. cir-
cular island electr ranei with
rolling i hair ;< elimir.ati i xtra
steps
Linskj fi Is th< '" i home
Report Bombing of Synagogue in Soviet Union
NEW YORK (JTA) The
bombing of a synagogue in Kutaisi,
a town in the Soviet Republic of
Georgia, was reported here last
vtekend as having place during the
fjrst week in June. The front of
the synagogue was damaged. Local
authorities removed two other
t ombs planted in the synagogue,
the report said.
This is the second time within
a month when the destruction of
synagogues by terrorists was at-
tempted in Georgia. The first at-
tempt was made at the Georgian
l(\\n of Tskhakya, where a syna-
gogue was heavily damaged by lire
Camp Avir Has
Variety Show
Camp Avir celebrated its mid-
way mark on July 18 by present-
ing "Around the World in 60 Min-
utes," a variety show directed by
Mrs Shirley Rothlein. Spain.
Switzerland, Italy and France were
represented with native songs and
dances.
Arts and crafts under the direc-
i on (1 Mrs. Rose Comm have com-
pleted projects made of wood, sea
.;capes of shells, bread baskets and
li < hot plates.
The youngsters have had a
Monte Carlo Day
The children have also visited
molds Park and the Zoo at
Crandon Park. Trips to the Food
Bakery, Bell Telephone Co.,
Men Go-Round Play-
' ise have been scheduled for the
re
Idren from 4 to y> can still
1 registered for the remaining
veeks. Hj Rothstein is camp
and where religious objects, includ-
ing 13 Torah scholls. prayer shawls
and prayer books were burned.
Traces of gasoline were reported
to have been lound. An American
tourist who happened to be on the
scene photographed the remnants (
ol the burned Torahs and brought
the pictures to this country.
The New York Times, in a cable
from Moscow, said that some
Jews in the Soviet Union fear that
"latent anti-Semitism among the
population may be stirred up" by
the attention given in the Soviet
press to Jews among the persons
arrested or executed for so-called
economic crimes. "One of the
objectives of the publicity, ac-
cording to Soviet officials, is to ,
deler would-be offenders. How- i
ever, a by-product of the cam- |
paign has been to stir apprehen-
sion of a revival of anti-Semitism
because a considerable number of
Jews have been condemned in the
campaign against currency and
gold speculation," the Moscow
cable said.
Meanwhile a group of 223 promi-
nent Americans sent a petition to
the Soviet Government urging the
abolition of the death penalty tor
economic crimes. The petition was
submitted to the Soviet Ambassador
in Washington. Anatoly F. Dobry-
run for transmission to Moscow.
The petition dms not mention
TUVKING!
Jews, but it is known that at least
26 of the 41 death sentences noted
in the Soviet press for such crimes
have been inlJicted on Jewsnear-
ly two-thirds of the total Of the
nine individuals whose executions
were announced in the Soviet press.
five are Jews.
Among the initiators of the peti-
tion were Norman Thomas, Nobel
Prize winning scientist Dr. Linus
C Pauling, and a number of lib-
erals and pacifists who have not
been unfriendly to the Soviet Union.
In his letter of transmittal. Mr
Thomas, former Socialist party
candidate for President, wrote Am
bassador Dobrynin that, "as you
can see, the individuals who joined
with me in initiating this petition,
as well ;* those who signed it.
are all noted for their dedication
both to civil liberties in our own
country and to a world of peace."
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JNFund Dedicates Lyndon Johnson Forest
Chief Jui:ice Earl Warren and Mrs. Warren visit the Hadas-
sah-Heb:ew University Medical Center in Jerusalem during
their stcv in Israel, and are shown in the playroom of the
Children's Ward. Mrs. Esther Passman-Epstein (extreme right).
r i reationa] activities officer, explains to the visitors the value
o: play therapy.
Ben-Gurion Cabinet Considers
Egypt's Firing of New Rockets
Corn 'jd from Page 1-A
, cted i ipened in
r -o3. I: will deal with
basic stui .- oi n iti mal security,
and will nclude i me-year course
I > which ul 20 .. ir army of-
fi ers, ir -i the rank if colonel
ipward I be eligible each year.
Military expert* hir* do not
consider Egypt's rocketry pro-
gram a* i major Egyptian tech-
mcial ac'ievemont. It is known
here thi some of the major com-
ponents cf Egypt's rocket had
been shipced to Cairo from West
Germanv Electronic and guid-
ance eqi/'Oment for the Egyptian
rockets -ad come from other
Europear countries, and the rock-
er asserr-tly was developed by a
group c< West German experts
headed by Eugen Sanger.
Egypt laim that the Cairo
i ..; i i if hitting .i
target at too miles is believed here
ii> be exaggerated. However, even
with a range of half that distance,
an Egyptian rocket cound hit a.
large area .>f Israel.
According to the information
available here, no single-Stage
rocket manufactured in Egypt can
So the distance claimed. It is be-
lieved that the rocket- fired yes-
terday were not controllable in
flight, and were more closely akin
to ballistic missiles It was point-
ed out here that, while target ac
curacy la not required by rockets
With atomic warhead, the effect of
rockets carrying conventional ex-
plosives is "minimal."
The use of the Egyptian rockets
on any intensive pattern would re-
quire construction of a complete
network of launching bases which
would not be likely to remain un-
detected, and would be vulnerable
t'> destruction, it was stated here
URIMB THE WEEK... US I SEE II
Co*-- -lued from ?age 4-A
ould i those speak
who or.lj speak fur
themsi:. But then I thought
of all ericans, loctors or
plumber: who are represented in
the higl nails <-i Congress bj an-
other \ a let \ .if old Guard
Hence the phone calls early in
the week Hence the resolve by
the people back home" to work
harder And perhaps, after all.
the decently-motivated physicians
ought to join them that is, un
less they too have fallen for the
Socialism C< mmunism bit.
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By Special Report
The 20.000 tree Lyndon B John-
son Forest, in honor of the Vice
President of the United states, was
i planted last week in the hills over-
lipoking Jerusalem by the Order
~ "TiiTai Zion in the presence of lead-
ing government, Jewish Agency,
Keren Hayesod and Jewish Nation-
al Fund representatives.
Addresses by Abba Bban, Israel's
Minister of Education and Culture;
Jacob Tsur, world chairman of the
Jewish National Fund; Abraham
Avidar, of the Foreign Ministry.
and Mendel N. Fisher, secretary
Of the .INT" of America, highlighted
the ceremonies which took place
near the village of Aminadav in
'Ik vicinity of Jerusalem.
In a message to a large au-
dience, including a delegation
from Bnai Zion, Prime Minister
David Ben-Gurion declared: "The
dedication of this forest was also
an act of justice in the name of
Vice President Lyndon B. John-
son who, as a leader of a great
state and freedom-loving people,
had given ample demonstration
of his dedication to the cause of
democracy."
James McFarland. of the U.S.
Embassy in Israel, read a message
from the Vice President which
Stated: "The people of the I'mted
States have watched the growth of
a new and pioneering nation in the
world with sympathy and under-
standing This deep-rooted forest.
. edicated to freedom, will be the
permanent and live symbol of the
aspirations and achievements of
our nation.-.."
Abba Eban. In his address, re-
vealed that but a few hours earlier
he had played host to the United
States Chief Justice Earl Warren,
and. fresh from that meeting, was
now participating in a tribute to
the Vice President of the I'mted
States to be "written in verdant
language on rocky slopes." Here
was a tangible expression of a
great partnership come to life
The barren lulls will sprout, and
even the climate will change
Eban emphasized that Johnson
has long been an active friend ol
the State of Israel and recalled
that on the tenth anniversary of
the State in 1958, Johnson was :i
co-sponsor of a bipartisan Con
gressional motion pledging support
and friendship lor Israel.
Ambassa .or Jacob Tsur. who pre-
ideri at the dedication, lauded
Bnai Zion for its "unwavering sup-
1 port" of the Fund, tangible ex-
pressions of which are the Abba
Eban Forest, the Jerusalem Forest
: Park, and the Dr. Harris J. Levine
Recreation Park, named for the
past president of Bnai Zion and
honorary president of the Jewish
National Fund ol America
Abraham Avidar, of the Min-
istry of Foreign Affairs, stated
that "Bnai Zion could not have

Abba S. Eban, Israel Minister of Education and Culture,
speaks at the Lyndcn B. Johnson Forest ceremony in Jerusa-
lem.
found a better way of honoring
Mr. Johnson. The best of friend-
ship," he said, "is in the hour of
crisis, and Mr. Johnson has stood
the test in coming to the aid of
Israel at difficult moments."
Mendel N. Fisher, secretary of
the JNF of America, after unveil-
ing the dedicatory inscription, as-
serted that Bnai Zion, through the
Jewish National Fund, "was help
ing to build the spirit of the I
;ion in the hills oi Jerusalem
through the American Freedom
Forest, which symbolizes the unique
partnership of two nations u:::' I
by common ideal- "
The dedication rite.- were con-
cluded with the planting of hun-
dreds of saplings by the assembled
at the site, thus initiating another
sector of the American Freedom
Forest in Israel.
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Friday. July 27. 1962
Secure-Minded Jews Need No Crutch
STARLIGHT. Pa (JTA (-Dele-
gates to the 17th annual conven-
tion of B"nai B'rith Youn Adults
here were told this week that
American Jews should feel suffi
eiently secure in their religion and
culture not to need the crutch of
JeWish city and country clubs to
preserve their identity
The statement was made by Har-.
old Braverman. of New York, di-
rector of the national discrimina-
tions department of B'nai B'rith
Anti-Defamation League. He add
eel that American Jewry is appar-
ently far from unanimously agreed
on this issue One of the "biggesl
questions" American Jewry faces,
he said, is "whether presenl
of Judaism and Jewish identity re-
quires that we sanction separatism
in social clubs."
Mr. Braverman said that the
result of this differences of opin-
ion is that there was r.o clear di-
rc:ult of this differsnee of opin-
crimination of this *ype which he
described as "the most extensive
currently facing American Jew-
ry." He said religious require-
ment for membership in social
clubs was responsible for a vic-
ious cycle, with Jews reacted
for membership in certain clubs_
turning to their own exclusively
Jewish clubs.
The delegates endorsed President
Kennedy^ call for an intensifies-
,jon t religious practices in homes
and more regular attendance a!
church and synagogue services
tituK fi r pi' 5 scno '
The view was expressed ii
resolution L'.S. S
preme
ai il abusive commi reac- :
I
wake of the r i
i ing the New V irk S '
prayer The resol I
thai reaction to the Court
cision had been "bio'
on to the issue involved.
It survival oi religion in America
depends upon utterance of 22 can-
ned words for children in public
schools, we had better pray to
save our churches and synagogues
At a discussion on "Religious
Movements in Jewish Life/* three
rabbinical panelists agreed that
,rianism of Judaism ha, led
to confusion and alienation ot
American Jewish youth and call-
ed for an end to -adjective Jiu.a-
ism
A resolution lauding the Eng-
lish-language Jewish press in the
United States and Canada as a
"major educational force .n the
Jewish community" was adopted
at the convention. The resolution
urged the organizations member-
ship to subscribe- to the Enghsh-
Jewsh publications serving their
areas
Through 'hi.- vital medium of
ition events ol J< |l
;t rdinarlj nol availal
ral press, are chronicle I
.....terity
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North Dade Swim Dance
0
North Dade chapter. B'nai B'riti
Women, will have a swim-danc-*
and barbecue at the Triton Terra
hotel. 2729 Collins ave.. on Satu-
day evening. Refreshments, game-,
and music will be on the program
Mr- Paul Rosenthal and Mr>
Harold Shopmaker are in char,-
oi reservations.
At ceremonies in New York City honoring Mr. and Mrs. lack
S. PoDick for their contribution to Yeshiva University are (left
to right) Dr. Samuel Belkin. president of the university; Max
J. Etra, chairman of the board of trustees of Yeshiva; and Mr.
and Mrs. Popick.
Yeshiva Honors Beach Couple
Noted community leader Jack S Leader in a host of philanthropic
Popick, and Mrs. Popick were and communal endeavors. Popick
ingled out for their "outstanding is chairman of the executive com-
mntributions" to higher education mittee of the Greater Miami com-
md Yeshiva Inivertitv at the in- mittee for Israel Bonds and is ac-
... i tivelv identified with the univer-
Btitution's recent annual commence- > annua| ign in Mlami
ment dinner in New \ ork Cu>. i ^^
Max J. Etra, chairman of the
KUAMUrr QUALITY StHVKt
. New York City.
The Popicks were cited for estab
lishing a perpetual scholarship"' "- -- -.........- -
at the university's Graduate School!.university's board of trustees, pre-
of Education sented an inscribed plaque to the
i Popicks. Dr. Samuel Belkin. pres-
ident of Yeshiva University, shared
in the presentation ceremony.
The inscription reads: "Through
the establishment of the Ruth and
Jack S. Popick Scholarship at the
Graduate School of Education of
Yeshiva University, they have ren-
dered a service of enduring signifi-
cance to higher education and the
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GEMS OF WISDOM
Is not this the fast that I have
\hosen' To loose the fetters of
vic\ednett, to undo the band of I
\> \,'k,e. and to let the oppressed
r Is it not to deal your bread
: i hungry, and that you bring
. r poi to your house' .
, 14 're- the flawed, that you
im and that you hide not
from y< ur own flcli'
BIBLE ISAIAH
Bilam Teaches Us to Guard
Against Deceit and Flattery
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By RABBI JONAH E. CAPLAN
Temple Adath Yeshurn
An interesting episode in the
early history of our people unfolds
in this week'.-- portion of the Torah
which bears a massage for our
people for all times. I'.alak. King
of Moab, sent messengers to Bilam
with the following request: "Be-
hold, there is a people come out
of Egypt; behold it covereth the
fan of earth; and it is abiding op- *
posite me. And now I pray thee, I
curse this people, for it is too \
mighty for me: perchance I may |
be able to smite them and drive .
it out of the land "
Bilam. who the rabbis tell us
was the foremost philosopher of his
day. while resisting the offer of
much gold and silver, could not
resist the opportunity of sounding
off on the subject of Ihe Children
01 Israel, lie went to Moab and
instead of cursing the Children ol
Israel he blesses them
"One beheld no iniquity in Jac-
ob, neither halh one seen pervirseness is Israel. The Lord his God is
with him. and the shouting for the King is among them." Later Bilam
declared, "How goodly are thy tents () Jacob, thy dwellings O Israel .
He shall eat up the nations that are his adversaries and shall break
their bones in pieces."
Despite this glowing apprai-al of the Jewish people. Jewish history's
appraisal of Bilam is not so kino. He is recorded as Bilam "ha-rashah,"
Bilam the wicked.
Why is Jewish history so unkind to this seemingly kindly man? I
believe the answer lies in the concluding episode which follows Bilam's
blessings: "And Israel dwelt in Shitim. and the people of Israel began
to commit harlotry with the daughters of Moab. And they called the
people to the sacrifices of their gods, and the people did eat and bow
down to their gods "
Bilam was clever enough to know that he could achieve more for
Israel's adversaries through flattery than through castigation. With
his cunning deceit, he disarmed the people of Israel completely. They
were now acceptable to their non-Jewish neighbors. They threw off
the yoke of Torah. and became like the heathens about them.
Doesn't this remind IU of the Jewish dictum, "God save me from
my friends: from my enemies I will help myself"? There is nothing
as damaging to the Jew as the flattery of his non-Jewish neighbors.
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AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7*01 Cariyle ave.
Orthodox. RaCDi Isaac Ever,
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ANSHE EMES 2533 SW 15th ave.
Conservative. R. Yuskc. president.

BETH DAVID 2625 SW 3rd ave Con-
ervative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W. Lioson.
Friday 7 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m Serv-
ces during thi 1 nri hi Id In
the chapel, and 111 b< resumed In
the in iln aani tuarj dui ing th< High
Hoi) Daj -

BETH EL. 500 Sw mn ave. Orthodox,
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
SAYINGS OF FATHERS
. r:cr IV 17
J\ neon t There are three
tens th< .'. un i'[ Ifiirnmc. tht
rou>n 1 I priesthood und the crown
of all but the crown of a
ft ,. rutmt cxcelj them all.
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BETH EMETH.
Conservative.
1225C MW 2ne ave.
mi c; tht Torah and .say
m : :;...,- tht Torah Will come after
fi thi 1 thy associate* umII
establish the< in tht posMMion 0/
. thine own

RABBI JONAH CAPLAN
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BETH ISRAEL. 40CC Prairie ave. Or-
thodox. Rabti H. Lcuis Rcttman.

BETH JACOB 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Ratbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamcnes.

BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th ave.
Mod er n Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
1 rldaj 8 4". |. in Saturda^ 1". ., m
Sermon "Wi W.ilk Aloni
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BETH RAPHAEL. 13 NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president.
R M..-:.: ... thi son of Cher-
ish, >-..! Bt beforehand in thi
utation of peact r< all men. and
h< r^:/.tr a tail :c In nt than a head
xes
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or.
thodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky.
_#__ Samuel lh Tiunqer used to --
BETH TORAH. I64tn |t. and NE 11th guotl RejOiCI : when thine en-
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip- _;(... and [f, n( lh hean
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen- -
baum. ne glad when sfumnleth: lest the -
Friday 6 p.m, Saturday B:45 a.m; / ,,i U( ,: amJ n displease him.
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By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
What is the derivation of the term
Derashah?"
The term "Derashah," as it is
used today, refers to a "sermon."
Sometimes any speech is referred
to as a "Derashah." The origin
of this expression is most inter-
esting. In ancient times, when
people were perplexed, they "in-
quired" of the Almighty to learn
the meaning and the outcome of
their problem The expression
"Derashah." which means "to seek
out." is used for this procedure.
So was jt that Rebecca inquired of
W[ DC? C~p*7 *?D13 yp2 the Almighty as to why there "as
' such a Struggle between the two
^3 DC7 .D^K7pO children within her (Gen 25:22'.
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CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strassfeld.

CORAL WAV JLWISH CENTER.
Conservative. 8755 SW 16th St.. Mi-
ami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor
Gershon Levin.

DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd at. Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
Frida} 8:1! p.m. BWrmon: "Th* Exil-
ed und the Redeemed." Saturday 8:15
a.m. I'.ar Miizvali Lance, son of Mr.
and Mis. Kalniau Lester.

FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Hyman Coverman,
president. Cantor George Goldberg.
Frlda) (:30 p.m. Saturday 8:S0 a.m.

FT. LAUDERDALL EMANU-EL. 1801
E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton.

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

HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON-
GREGATION. 555 W. 49th St., Hia-
leah. Reform. Rabbi Marius Ranson.
1
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R. Meir said. Loi){ not at the I
^/lail;. but at what it contains, there J
. may be a new flask full of old wine. |
11 and an old flat\ that has not even |
11 new wine in it.

R. Elarar Ha-i^appar said. Envy.
| desire and ambition drive a man
, ut of the world.

Mltz\ M<. '. ton
Milton Mornlck.
if Mr and Mrs.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler
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TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th st.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
TEMPLE JUDEm. 320 Palermo ivs.
Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet.
I Friday 8:15 p.m. Quest speaker, Dr.
Michael Goodman, executive director,
Jewish V'ooatioi Service, ss ill dis-
cuss "Rehabilitation in a Cbanfilnat
, World."
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Canter Yehudah
Heilbraun.
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ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th | TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st.
ter. ConseVvative. Rabbi Morton ; Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
I
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabtn David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
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[SLATION -
Hement in the Bator Tract
r*" is only one settlement in
Pt-'ion. the Kibbutz of Reviv-
lt of the land of the region
dune. In many of them.
Nr' has planted groves of
At times this inquiry was made
through a prophet (I Kings 14:1-4).
The book in which was recorded
the inquiries of the kings to the
Almighty through His prophets,
and the answers to these inquiries,
were referred to by the name
"Midrash" (II Chron. 13-22). These
have evidently been lost.
When the activity of prophecy
came to an end, another form of
seeking out the word of the Al-
mighty came into being. This was
the method by which the word of
God was elicited from the inter-
pretation of a Biblical text. In
interpretation. The result was a
"Derashah" and the people who I minyonaires. 3737 Bird rd. Modem
did this were called "Darshanim." j Tradl,lonal- _#_
while the place where this study
was made was called the "Bet
Hamidrash."
OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr.
Orthodox Rabbi Phineas Weberman.
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SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins ave. Cantor S. Nachmias.
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW th
St. Conservative. Ratbi Maurice
Klein.
inch have developed well sU,ad of thc word of the A|m,uhty
M the scanty rainfall (100-1 beirig ..(|rawn" from the Almighty
per annum). The land is j nim&clf through His prophet, it was
ss soil which gives a good now -drawn forth" from His writ-
I't is watered. ,en documentaryhe Holy Bible.
Ith~ithiS 'S the Chief prcb' Thc same term 'Derashah" was
ine tract. If we succeed in used, Mnce one has to "draw out"
! enough rainwater for ir- tnc jdea bv using one of the var
'" the summer, we can jus methods of interpreting the
agricultural settlements written word of the scripture.
'-normous investments will Thus the "Derashah." which or.
" ,or '"at. ,T1(i t,, ;, inquiry of
waj of the Almighty thi
bj Brit Jvnt Olamit; titei word and its official
TEMPLE ADATH YESMURUN. 1025
NE 183rd St., Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Max Zu'cker. Canter Abra-
ham Reisman.
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Canto- Charles
Kodner.
Frida) s.:>> p.m Services read bj Big
Gtuffstad. iiiifst speaker Irving l.i.x
n "Thi Saylturs of ih, Fathers.*'
TEMPLE BETH EL OF
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 avt.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
HOLLY-
Reform
What is "Sofer?"
Today a Sofer refers to a man
who is qualified to write a Torah. j
which is also called a "Sofer Tor-
ah" ("The Book of the Torah").
Originally, this referred to the au-
thorities in Jewish life who could
be depended upon not only to prop-
erly write; but to correctly inter-
pret the Scriptures. Ezra was one
of the first to have this title. From
then on, the class of individuals
who were such authorities in the
days of the second Temple were
called "Soferim."

Why i* the special bread eaten en
Hi* Sabbath called "Challah?"
The name is either a reminder
for the housewife to take off a
portion of the bread and burn it
reminiscent of Ihe portion of dough !
which would be given to the priest
ill temple limes, or it is a symbol \
ii making each one aware thai he temple b-nai sholcm. -.esw: nw
is to treal bis bread as the Holy l*^cf",MV"1"' FU",D Henr>
bread i i- m. Pialpli .
it w ith canrtitv
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Sun,land
Hall, 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
structionist. Rah i Morris Skop.
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative.
Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz.

TEMPLE BETH ShO'.OM. 4144 Chase
ave. Liberal. Ratbi Leon Kronish
Cintar David Conviser.
PYllay 8 13 i m. Satai i m
.TEMPLE NER TAMIL*. 80th at. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Samuel Gomberg.
-
TEMPLE S'NAI OF NORTH MIAMI.:
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform.
Pi i.i.i\ v ir. p.m

TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan
Zwitman. Cantor Albert Glantz.
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TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Leo Heim.

TEMPLE 2AM0RA. 44 Zamora (vs.
Conservative. Seymour Hinkes. can.
tor.

TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th at.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man.

YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixia
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu.
Prldaj 8 IS i in. Quest speaker, Jer-
onte Ashman, vice president, Central
Trust Company, congregation board
member Joseph Rosenfeld, formi r
presldenl of ti" congregation, will
lead tin prayers. Ones Shabbat host:
Sisterhood. Saturday J* a.m.

YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 St.
Orthodcx. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
CANDLEUGH7ING TIME
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Browsing With Bocks: By HILARY MINDLIN
Friday. July 27, 1S62
C
> Noted Writer Fails to Plumb Depths of Anti-Semitism
, ... all <>f society responsible, even those not
Perhaps what is most strange about his book is wni tributing; he goes on U On feeling of separa-
it |S not. it is not a picture of the Jew as a butteniy. ^^ t|u, n,;il (ij|ftIt..<<. ,he constant ac-
326 pp. New
PORTRAIT OF A JEW. By Albert Memmi. 3
York: Orion Press, 116 E. 19th st. $4.95.
" PORTRAIT OF A JEW' deals with my life as a Jew.
I wrote it because I wanted to understand who I am
as a Jew and what the fact of being a Jew ht.s
meant in my life ... I wanted to tell everything This
book has a special importance for me: it is the beginning
of a long struggle against myself and it completes and
concludes everything I have written in the past. In any
case, it is the book that caused me the greatest pain I
detest it." And so. beginning with Part One: "The Misfor-
tune of Being a Jew."' Tunisian-born writer Albert Memmi
embarks on a strange and somber journey through the
soul of a Jew.
Capitol Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Congress Puts Nasser on Notice About U.S. Aid
the advantage
Th< Jew in his relation '< others is examined more
between "the"e"two."an account gpi later in the book tc other religions, to his
t intimate, thoughtful bul not natj0n, his community, the politics ol his country, and
his surroundings in general, 'lb. last part, Heritage, is
the most interesting, particularly 01 the will to live: "I
winced thai the two propos l ons go hand-in-hand:
the Jew to live, that tenacity in continuing to
:,. | forged for him i : misfortunes: and in-
....... ndomii ib i and presei attracts
iates thai misfortuni
-. ; this has been sail btfcre, in le-- rambling,
The inti nsitj of Mr. M mmi's re-
analysis of the outrageous misfortune of being born a
Jew although there is a little of each
book. It is something in
which is personal but not
philosophical.
Subsumed under the afore-mentioned misfortune, sir.
Memmi catalogues the malaise." the anxiety am
--.ess of beine a Jew. the thorough-going hostllltj
Washington
CONGRESS has SERVED notice that
if Egypt can afford Soviet supersonic
MIG-21 jets, the American taxpayer will
not be sold down the Nile by the Stu;,.-
Department. The rebuke to Nasser, and
nis apologists in the State Department
and Agency for International Develop-
ment, emerged in the new Foreign As-
sistance Act.
Rep. Seymour Halpern. New York Republican, was
alarmed by the massive new aid and loans proposed lor
1he Nasser regime at a time when it is increasing Soviet
arms purchases He drew up an amendment to warr
beneficiaries they could not expect America to subsidize
trade in Soviet arms.
But Rep. Halpern feared his amendment would be
killed by an outcry that it might "tie the hands of the
President" in foreign relations. The State Department lol
bies frantically to keep Congress from attaching what it
considers "strings'" to the aid program The Department
iind its "A.I.D." subdivision insist on "flexibility" and
exercising executive department discretion in dispensing
cur money
The Halpern amendment served tc provide p
UN Listening Post:
By SAUL CARSON
Issues Not Changed
United Nations
QNE RETURNS here from a
^^ short vacation to find that the
principal issue that has excited
friends of Israel here for many
months is still in the same mud-
dled stage. That issue is: Has the
Kennedy Administration changed
its attitude toward Israel, as com-
pared with the promises made by Mr. Kennedy,
when hi ran lor the Presidency, that he would give
high priority toward solution of the Arab-Israel con-
flicts and hostilities?
Only two weeks ago, Mr Kennedy assured the
leadership of the Zionist Organization of America
again that those promises, which he had made at a
ZOA convention in 1960. have not been forgotten.
Certainly, the President's word is his bond. But
diplomats here wonder whether the State Depart-
ment and U.S. delegation members are alware of
the President's attitude.
Two points are considered very" important here.
One concerns the as-yet mysterious reason for the
U.S. delegation's insistence, last April, that the Se-
curity Council censure Israel but fail to indict
Syria, as a result of the sizable March conflict on
Northern Israel's frontier along Syria. There, it was
clear, Israel retaliated with a raid on Syria's gun-
boats in a demilitarized areanot only after Syria
had committed many, grave provocations.
In its latest "explanation" of that U.S. delega-
tion action, the State Department admitted that. or.
four previous occasions; it had voted to censure [sri .
for retaliatory raids. But there was no word from
the Stati D partment as to why such censure
nei ry in c i rj in: am i 'hire
provocatioi ael. The State Di
: ai ften in the Si
curity Council :. But h
in < iffer from ts in
censure...
including the n
- the l"n;'.
hi same w aj Th is, it is not
much
-reemeni U.S./ the U.S.!
rn.
. the United Si
' 51 I Ass
by 16 i
'
partment "explana-
tion c
the U.S. had hop
of its i
guidelines instead of the pn ank check
nually. Rep. Halpern cited Egypt as a flagrant exi
. abuse of American aid
He said taxpayers were fed up with granting :
nations which use their own economic resources I
buy ultra-modern arms from the Soviet- and to trail
tary personnel in Soviet bast-. It turned oul that
press was also saturated with Nasser's double-dea
I ngress quickly voted approval of the Halpern ami
mi nt.
The amendment set forth, clearly that thi ton
1 -';:-am is designed to encourage nation- I i
respectful ol freedom and justice, and mindtul ol
American ideals. It warned specifically against nal
Egypt diverting its own funds for military purp es
. d at other aid beneficiaries, such as Israel
Cornelius Gallagher. New Jersey Democrat, announci
that the Democrat- on the Housi I in r. Affairs
tee found the amendment desirable. He point)
that it adhered to the "policy thai Presi lent K<:
concerned with following the Belgrad
Rep. Walter H Judd, Mini spoke tor
the Committee's Republicans H< said there should be
.. priority system on aii ..-ions over the
'(tailed "neutrals." He backed the Halpern amend-
because "then reasons for writn
out more clearly than we have hereti
The amendment does not arbitrarily sever aid Egypt
It i < put Nasser on notici thai i li .
Jets and munitions, hi can expect I
the U.S. aid list.
The amendment coincide- with oni previouslj
by the Senate, submitted by Sen K Keatu
New York Republican. Thi- dual adoption ensures :>
ion of the amendment in the fi
the 1962 foreign Assistance Act
Congress is ready to reconsider future plans foi .
Nasser. It was noted that on Jut) :' Nasser braj ged thai
h;s budget for military purposes has been vastly increa.-
eri The U.S. taxpayer was to finance his domestic nei
while Egyptian asset- ere -pent for Soviet muniti
Nasser said: Why this budget' Because we are pre-
paring. We are strengthening our Air Force, Ann.
Navy."
The Egyptian dictator state:! that now thai the Algi
ian revolution had succeeded, the Moslem world, led I j
Nasser's Soviet jets, should prepare to wipe oul Israel
He said the Arab victory in Algeria was "the harbinger
lor the downfall of another base for imperialism in the
Levantand I mean Israel."
These were the words of Nasser, who is bankrupting
Egypt, putting it in hock, to buy Soviet jet bomber- and
even the new MIG-21 jet fighters that lire missiles ol
the Sidewinder type.
Nasser was counting on America helping finance his
economy to allow him to divert funds to pay more Soviei
technicians and East German Communist test pilots The
latter, already in Egypt, include former Nazi Luftwafe
fliers.
rish fate" is i >' unmatched, how*
j ,.., ntensit) for thi sh n le in history :''-
fi cling for som< of thi positive pers
ments I Judaism, but ht seems strangely blit i
..- nsentimental?) towai thi mystique, the raison
thi whole complex ol Judaism and partic-
avi meanl to the ctursi of human history.
It is n ei a strange lack i ts absent suggi st!
that M Memn has not rei s' plumbed the I i i er di pt I -
thi levels thai i urky and dark bi-
thi en ilized veneer I i had his bitti i
reason wi uld havi .. nstea il thi :. i
r of justice
Panorawa:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Adler of Arkansas
ARKANSAS
** area <:
EMBRACES an
miles It
::is ., eve, oi
iround thn ii II -a- ad-
lutied into -'. I sh tly after
he Civil v.
l havi nevi een in Vrkansas
tut one rite Ami
lew ish li r. Cyrus idler
rn in \ an Bui i a i, Ai k me 1 is the
' -. i! Bob Burns
' i r tout hi d almi st aspect of Ji ish pub-
' a- head I I I'll;;..
president of thi let ish The ilogical
- mn In eai lier years a III rai I i
Instil
rents i an e ti ... shortly before
W; r The} trai e Indians there
nearbj i >kl lion a -..- a as verj rough
then, hard drinkii trj Dr A iler's
ce stabbed ..- because he n
lux take a drink. Duni ivil War tl i
ers spent a go d deal n Ihe Uar i ;
i i
as drafted I I of librarian of
ian Institution bj thi is Dr Langley,
[hi predecessor of the Wrigh! I oi ers in flying, in
t is said that Langli .,,,1 in keeping
1 up in the air for ;. seconds He might
havi ..-. much further in the development of fly-
*dli r believe I, if hi ... the funds Ac-
Adler. Jacob Schifl 1 ffered Langley
mom continue his expei but Lan [ley re-
' ke 11
1 1 some hesitancj ii I ng the job at the
He told Langley t-out his doubts "I
' "' observer Bui ej said, "I want
yi. \vi tk whenever you warn
Between Yov and Me:
By BORIS SMOLAR
Leading Zionist Critical of Philanthropic Giving
AN INTERESTING ESTIMATE on ", Ml ,
N INTERESTING ESTIMATE on 'hi
' n of the Ji -
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ol Ami .
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APPLICATION FOR
FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE i- hereb) given thai I have
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY IJIVEN thai
inderslgned. desiring t<> engag. In filed m> final report and uetil
business unler th. fictitious nami ,,i Final IMschargi as Administrator
'- Children.- Houi Nurser) s. 1.....I at CTA ,,i thi estat. ( Michael Denaro
K.W IS4th Street, Perrine, Flor- ..k.. Michel. l>enaro deceased; ind
Ida Intends to register said nam. thai on th. 13th da) of August, '."',:'
viih the Clerk uf the ''ir.-uii Court "i will appl> to the Honorable Frank B
Dad. County. Florbla. Howling, Jr., Count) Judge of Bade
LEOLA TSI'KANO mty, Florida, for approval ol said
, sole ownei final report .md for final discharge
__________ -"-*' *'' | Rosenberg Rosenberg A Reisman it Administrator CTA ,,f th.
Attorneys for Applicant Michael Denaro aka MlcheU '.'--
N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT 7 6-13-20-27 ..... deceased
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIOA. IN PROBATE.
No. 56571-C
IN HE Estate of
SI Ml >N 9TEINBER';.
I.. ceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml Creditors and All P. rsonn Ha>
Ing Claims or Demands Agalnsl Said
Estate
Yon are hereb) notified and re-
rd to pres. in an) claim
mands which you ma) have agalnsl
in- estate uf Simon Steinberg . eased late of I lad. I 'ount) Klon.hi
:,, ih. Count) Judges of Dad. County.
. nd file i he *.t in.* in duplli ,:
pro* bled In S. ctlon 733 16, I- loi Ida
Statutes, in their offices In the Coun-
r\ Courthouse In Dad< County, Flor.
da, wllbin si^ calendai momlu
the time of the firstn>ubllcatlon here-
uf, .., i he i in,- ill be barred
Dated ul Miami, Florida, this 24th
da) of Jull, All. 1962
MINNIE STEIN 11ER \- Ex.. utrix
l Iral publication ,,f i his nol Ic. -i
in 7111 day ,,f Jul). 1962
STANLEY M I'REI'
\ n,,i ne) for 11\.".-ui rlx
... mi Seybold Building
'-'"'-"-- Miami 12, Floi Ida
s l-in-17
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 7857
VICTOR .1 VIT"NK.
Plaintiff,
\ H
. '.' \NN\ K VITi INK,
.....' '' Defendani
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tl '. ANNA l< VITI IN I
\ \\ I lemma i v
r,i Box 19
l'., dtt ii. I.- lislaiiii
You an ii- i. Ii) not if I. ,i ihii i ., Bll
"I Cfimplalnt foi Dii.trce lias been
m;- ,! ..u.,Insl you, hnd )ou ar. i-
quln .1 : .- rv......p) n| roui vnsw. i
ii PI. ,! ng ih. Bill ,,i 'omplalni
IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ILIViNTH JUOI'"l i"'"""1 OF
FLORIOA, IN ANO FOR DAOE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
N> 4JC 744.S
THE WILI I '.-' '". IH S WIN.IS
BAN K
Pla'nl
NOTICE UNDER
[ICTITIOOS \i -_ _AW
is HEREBY : :\ thai
u ii. il deal | g ig In
' the tlous nan
' 'NTACT LEN :. KB' IR \
r/i '''-'' ''
I1 Intends to reg -' said
[iih the Clerk if II
,, ;..... ';
IRIs "I'll, A!, co., IMC
f I-i:\ll.i,-h
s for I'ai:- -,. i .1 | .
- 1-10-17
NOTICE UNDSR
-TITIOUS NAME LAW
is HERE II ; VBM that
rsiKned, desli Ing I ng i--.- In
L1'1-'1' the f ',,..., unes of
V, u'ls '" nii WEN
r' ls it in Drive,
r1, -i- r
with the he Clr-
n ',' '' ''
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I I I'l,.I i .
JM.H HALE in i w\ \
Ins if,.
I il'n,I-.. led 40
1|>'M..\ |- ind SERENA
M<>\ ir h v ire
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"in K md itsman
J"' Appl ants
|t SI i
, 8/8-10-17
It I I" iLPH s if: r '
\ : wife,
I, .
not'CE of suit
im h i hinhf:r in I
Ks IBRINE A HINDER.
- .- it,.
W i i-i,i t 77, Que <
You .re hereb notified thai the
above I i n h ts been in-
-i ir Red .- In the i 'Ir, uit
Court >f the E >venth Judicial Circuit
f i: ,- i,i : .'i i .: I'.. le County to
forei lose il : : U|K)n (he fol-
lowing l.'s-riii"! real property:
I..,' ||, Ii! '< I- PIR8T ADDITION
PO M'-' IL '1 rV, i C ,r,limr to the
Plgi thei......t le I in I'lai Bonk
10 ,- i iga if I he Public Ree-
'ounty, Plot Ida
You pil I', file your ansv.er
to plaln'lfps implalnt with the Clerk
of th* afoi ild "ouri nd en ..
copy 11 ioi i ,'- ittorne)
MARTIN FINE 14th PIo .r Dade Ped-
Flo ii, nol I ii.-i
than 14 A Pr-.
, 'onfes > l 14 mist you
FJ B kN "lerk,
,, Florida
H > \ W v \
'
\l vRTIN I'
I i .
I nn Plooi Hade I
7/11-20-27. B/3
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE.
No. 56391
IN RE Estate ol
ISIDORE \K' INOVITZ,
Deceased
NOTICE TO CRED TORS
To Ml i 'redltora and All Pi i Bong Ha> -
m:; Claims -I Demands Agalnsl Kaid
Estate
You ar,- hereb) n,.iili.-.l ami t. -
iiulred to present an) claims ami d.
man,is which you ma) h..v. ..l.iiiis-
Hi, estate of ISIDORE VRONOVITZ In business undei th. flcili
deci ed late ,,f Dade County, Flor ol '.i:\l'l:\l. BI'II.DERS
1,1 I. I,, llle < 'OUnt) .III,lUeS Ol I '-I'l
This llth .lav .,f Julv. 1962
s \KIN, I R C( 1ST \N'/.' '.
Administrator i T \
PAl'NCE. PINK ^ I' 'KM \N
1502 Congresg Bldg
Miami I* I- ia PR 1-5171
Attorneys for Administrator CTA
_ 7 13-20-27 i '.
NOTICE OF SUIT
or
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 7463
I VMES R tiKIMSH VW.
I 'la Inl iff.
Kstiiki: \| DAVIS iSRIMSHAW,
I ,. -
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
n ih. plaintiff* \". n. MELV1N 'I',' Esthel M Davis tSrln
I MI'RoPI I'" Box 12s, North Ml- Yn Esthei \i tiavls C.rlmsha are
Hi i I 6! Florid......i ih. hereb) notified that a Bill ,,l Com-
"ii- al Answer ,-i Pleading In ih. plainl f>i Dlvoro has been filed
offlc. of the Clerk ,,| ih. Cln-iilt I'ourl aaalnsi you, and you an required to
"ii befor. Ih. 27th ,i..\ ..f August, serv. ., cop) ..I youi Vnswei "i I'l-a-i-
1962. Ii )..u :.nl to do --. ludanienl nu to thi Bill m Complaint on the
h) default "ill b< taken against you Plaintiff* Vttorney, HAYES WOOD,
'"i thi rellel demanded It ih. I I ol SR i Biscay n. Bldg., Miami
Complaint. I':., and fill Ih. original Vnswer or
This nolle. -Ii.,;: I., published one. Pleading in th. offlc. id the Clerk of
each ;. ( ih. Circuit Court on r before the
in THE JEWISH F'LORIDIAN day ol Vugust, i"-:: If you fall
DONE AND liRDKREU .,: Miami m iudgmenl b) default will be
Florida, tin- 19th dnj of July, .11' I kt-i agalnsl you f.r the relief de-
I'"'-' man,I..I in 111. Mill of Complaint
i: H i.i:.\'I'Hi:i;.man. This n iblished once
Clicult Curt, [ia (seal) B) K M LYMAN, in THF7 JF7WISH Pl.oRIDIAN
I) Clerk DONE ,ia ihls '"ih da) of Jul) A.D.
_______ _____
i I.EATHERMAN, Clerk,
Ii '.-nn. I 'a,le i'oupt). l* !,,i Ida
h) i: ii i. \n\vay.
I '. | -,:ti I'l. I k
Florida
wll Ih.
! I '.- |.
WILLIAM I' COHEN
R' INALD AliBR
Count}*, ind file the sam. In du|illcat< eglstei said nam
an,I as provided iTi s.-ii,,n 7.::: :>. ,,i the i'ir,nit Court
Florida Statutes, In their offices In
th.- Count) Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, witliln s:\ Blends i
month* from ihe time ,,i the first j MARWIN S ,'\ssi:i.
publication hereof, or th. sam. ;ll Attorne) for Wjlllnm I
be barred ind Ronald \---
Dated at .Miami. Florida, Ihls Jth
da) of .1 vi I A I 1961
PAULINE ARONOVITZ
\- vdmlnlatratrix .' T \
BYRON I. SI'AUHER
Attorney f,,r Admlnlstralrix c T.A.
120 Lincoln Rd Miami Beach, I ...
7 27, S S-in-17
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\i' ri, 'i: is ni:i:i:r.N iin | ,
ih. i; .: desiring I, n \yi:s w, ,|, si:
"' mi ll sea) ... Bldg
.... |.:
i"iii \i enu. Hlaleah, I h.n.l.i i,,i. nd
, I- i k
uni).
. '.h. I,
l-iu
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HF7REBY C.IVEN thai
the undersbrned, desiring t,, engg
business under the fictitious name ,,f
I ,| i'i IR1TE al ml':', N W I ISrd 81 .
Miami ,is. Plorida Intends to registi
said nam.- with the Clerk ,,i thi Cll
cull "onrt ,,f Dade County, Florida,
HARRY I. RICHARDSI IN
H M. II ill I MH a 'SKI
Attorne) for Applicant
1/6-11 j"
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Nl PICE IS HEREBY ''.l\ EN I I
the undersigned desiring lo engag
husln. -- nn.I. 1 Ih. fictitious nam,
v i Fli
Mi.,mi. \ foi Plaintiff
______ 7 11-20-27. S 1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 7429
I'l: \ \ K RAY ISI.AZEBROI 'KS.
Plaintiff,
NANCY IHDOE ': l..\ZI-:i!Ri >KS.
I '.'.ii,Ian!.
ORDER TO APPEAR
Yi il NANCY DO DO F" (3LA7.E-
,, iiri '. iKS, :( Toppans Lane, Ni
i huryiiorl Mass ........quired t<, -
l'i:i.Tv INDI'WTRIBS ii numhei SSI a cop) youi answer in the Com-
\ i: iiikth Si n i .n i h. Count)
I m.i, I loi Ida, Intends I., register Ihi
sal.I nan,.- with Ihe Clerk of l
cull ,,ni i of I 'a.I. ',,iini\ Plorida
Dated al .Miami. Florida, this 17th
da) ,,f Jul) 1962
OERHARDT lU'CHKR
sol,- owner
ARTHI'R W KARLICK
An,a ne. f.-i Applicant
:il"l Blaca) ne Boulevard
Miami. Plorida
7 IV 27, s !- in
plaint i"i divorci un Plalntiff'a attor-
ne) i 'laude -M Barm -. -'" I
i Miami, i-ia and file the orlg -
in.,1 answei In the office "t the Clerk
<>f in, Circuit Court on or before th-v
1.1th da> ,,f August, 1962, or a de
pi......nfessn will be entered against
\on I 'ai. (I .1 nl\ In. 1962
i: R ii: vTHERMAN, CIi rk,
Clri ull i 'onrt. I, i,i.- i 'mint) I- lorld i
,.-".,! B) i: ii I. w.v \^
Deput) Clerk
7/12-20-21 I
i


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+Jelst fhred/iar
Friday. July 27, 19??
Catholic Center Appoints AJCommittee Expert
^** **^*"*' ^w" ffff .. ,. : ,rf Marv E hzabeth. are
A vo
"Faith
SEN. KEATING
Sen. Keating Will
Receive Mizrachi
Women's Award
By Special Report
Sen. Kenneth B. Keating, of;
New York, has been named 1962 h
recipient of the annual "America-
Israel Friendship Award" of the
Mizrachi Women's Organization of I
America, it was announced in New j
York by Mrs. Moses Dyckman, na-
tional president of the women's |
religious-Zionist organization.
The award is presented each
year "to that person not of the
Jewish faith, who has contributed
most deeply to understanding be-
tween the peoples of the U.S. and
Israel."
Sen. Keating, a leading Repub-
lican, will receive the citation at
the opening public session of the
37th annaul convention of Miz-
rachi VM in New York City
on Sunday evening, Sept 16, Mr*.
Oyckman announced.
Prior award winners have in-
cluded former President Truman,
Gov. Theodore McKeldin, of Mary-,
land. Dr. Ralph Bunche, Dr. James I
McDonald, Sen. Hubert Humphrey, [
Bruce McDaniel, Mrs. Eleanor!
Roosevelt, "The New York Times,"
U. S. Ambassador Edward B. Law-'
.son. Supreme Court Justice Will-.
1am O. Douglas, and last year, for-J
mer U.S. Ambassador to Israel Og-
By Special Report
NEW YORK Rabbi Marc H
Tanenbaum. director of inter-relig-
iious affairs for the American Jew-
ish Committee, has been appointed
as a consultant to a major Cath-
olic education center which edits
and prepares religious educational jjernhard K.
materials, it was announced here
by Dr. John Slawson. executive vice
president of the Committee.
The Catholic agency, known as
the Pius XII Religious Education
Resource Center, located near De-
troit, is the only one of its size
and scope in the United States, and
serves as the central source for
Catholic religious educational mat
trials. It was established five years
ago as part of the Marygrove Col-
lege at Monroe, Mich.
Rabbi Tanenbaum described
the Catholic agency as represent-
ing "a new frontier in the world
School, which examined thous-
ands of religious texts to discov-
er the extent of biased material
and hostile references to other
groups.
olume on the findings, entitle 1
and Prejudice." by Dr.
Olson, is to be pub-
lished by November of this year
by Yale university press. A study
cf Catholic texts has been conduct-
ed by St. Louis University. Dropsie
, studied Jewish text, ice and Mary Elizabeth are me,,
book." for intergroup content ben of the Order of the Immac.
Rabbi Tanenbaum said of his, late Heart of Mary. The center
purpose in consulting with the cen- j geelM t0 expi0re the needs and
ter "All the faiths are tr>'">8 '' trends in religious education and
separate the essentials of religion |() provide resource material tor
from the needless barnacles of catholics. Protestants and Jew.- |q
group hostility. This center, with evi,rv arca 0f religious educai
its important collection of mat- The
erials, will '
achieving this purpose
center is utilized by
professionals of all faiths
Ml
lay and
and in
resource materials are made avai
The directors of the religious edu- able to scholars from ll over th,
caSen center, Sisters Mary John- United States and Canada.
of religious education.'
The rabbi said of its program
that it "will bring all faiths to a
greater awareness of the needs
and opportunities for improving
intergroup and interreligious rela-
tions in our rapidly changing, plur-
alistic world. The center can make
an extraordinary contribution to
solidarity and cooperation between
religious groups through bringing
together in one place the best cur-
riculum materials and research
that will help translate into relig-
ious teachings more consistently
the principles of charity and frat-
ernity which Catholicism, Protes-
tantism and Judaism share in com-
mon, without doing violence to their
respective doctrines."
Rabbi Tanenbaum will be a con-
sultant to the center on references
and background materials in Cath-
olic educational texts concerning
the Jewish people and Judaism.
He visited the center earlier this
month, together with his assistant.
Judith Hershcopf, to confer with
the directors of the center. Sisters
Mary Johnice and Mary Elizabeth.
The Committee has stimulated
a series of self-studies of relig-
ious texts by cMvinity schools and
universities of the major faiths.
Recently completed is the seven-
year self-sludy at Yale Divinity
Jewish Agency Sees Big
Move from South America
JERUSALEM (JTA> The
Jewish Agency has worked out de-
tailed plans lor the emigration
from Argentina to Israel of Jews
in the middle income brackets, u
was announced here this week by
Dr. Israel Goldstein upon his re-
turn from visits to Argentina and
nther Latin American centers
"Argentine Jewry," he said, "is
restive. The political situation
there is unstable, with various
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groupings, including neo-Nazis.
seeking power. Due to the econ-
omic situation the Jews bear the
brunt of the current crisis. They
refrain from public appearances,
do not even go to theatres
"The staffs ot two Jewish news-
papers there often work behind
closed .shutters. Thus, the problem
Of emigration to Israel has become
real and active there. Anti-Semit-
ism is mounting in Latin America
Dr. Goldstein, president of Keren
tiayesod, the fund raising arm of
the World Zionist Organization,
.-pent two weeks in Argentina dur-
ing the height of the recent anti-
Semitic manifestations there. Then
he went to Uruguay. where anti-
Semitism has erupted.
Arab Position
Spurs Showdown
Continued from 1-A
years' dues and assessments could
be deprived of the right to vote,
under the provisions of the UN
Charter.
One Arab country, Yemen, is al-
ready in arrears under the two-
year rule. Yemen owes the UN
$17,000 now. Along with three
Latin American countriesBolivia,
Guatemala and ParaguayYemen
can be technically disqualified from
voting unless it pays up by mid-
September, Israel is in- very good
standing at the UN financially.
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"World
by ISABEL GROVE
\ leisurely sightseeing motor trip along the East Coast for
i Irving Cypen, his wife, Hazel, four of their youngsters, Myles
9, Wayne II. Bonnie 15. and her girl-friend Janet, daughter
and Mrs. Jesse Halpern Oldest son, Steve Cypen. who
will enter the University of Florida in September, elected to stay
norm Stops are planned in WUliamsburg, Va., Washington,
DC ;><1 Philadelphia, where they'll visit with Hazels brother
[i i in-la\v, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Abram-. and daughter, Sandra.
., il to live here Then on to Broadway and the shows,
\, a England, Canada and a swing around through Chicago and
the mn west before returning home in five weeks The Cypens
don'l know exactly where they'll be on Aug. 24. but wherever it is.
|| celebrate their 21st anniversary Just before they left.
I ypen home on di Lido Island was the site of a swim party
for c.-t members of Miami Beach High's "Midsummer's Nite
in which talented Bonnie had a leading part

Mine Pallol could hardly wait to let her dad. E. Albeit
['allot, know that she had passed her tots and will study at the
:. in Paris all summer In addition to advanced language
, she'll take early art history and culture, and social and
... French history .
Sow al last Rose (Mrs Alexander) Kogan has pictures of a
child to whip out when the conversation turns to the cute
tykes Suzanne Mcryle, daughter of Carol and Alexander
born on July 10 at Mt. Sinai The new parents, Carol,
, of Boston U, and Alexander, jr. a graduate of Harvard
.......|, now living here Here to greet the little heiress, her
. randparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Steinmarder, of Man
Dinner party in their honor given by Rose and Alexander
ir home last week Among the guests, Phyllis and David
Miller and the Jack Sharolesthe girls are Hose's nieceand Mr.
,,:- Joseph Rose The other Kogan son, Michael, is trav-
eling in South America and the Caribbean ... A government major
thi University of Miami, he speaks fluent Spanish. Italian and
French, and is representing an insurance company He has ap-
ed on several I'M television work-hops and could double for
ronv Curtis

Harold Dunsky finds Israel grand, wonderful and exciting .
He was one "t 1" who had an hour-long interview with Prime Min-
ister Bi n-Gurion .
Sound like a case of rough seas for Al and Mollie Hindi, who
ectings from the "rock and roll Atlantic" They've
been in Ireland tor a convention sponsored by the Variety Club .
R< t Jacob and Sylvia Katz having a wonderful and busy um-
: at their home. i;i2M4th ter Guests are son. Martin.
ittei Yeshlva University in New York, daughter. Phyllis.
i her husband, Rabbi Judah Rosenberg, here from Israel .
- who is an alumna of the Hebrew Academy. Miami Beach
Stern College teaches English at a high school in Ramal
Judah, who was the youngest ordained rabbi from Yeshiva
> teaches social psychologj at Bar Han University .
The Brummer cousins and a large part of their family circle
for dinner at Michel's Kosher restaurant and a night on the
is ..irk Rev P llillei Brummer and his family, frequent
tors from Philadelphia, were here for the occasion In ad-
his i>'il|>ii. Rev Brummer is a recording and concert


Latest protect for Art Bruns, of Miami Springs Villas, is the
Beachcombers Club, an organization whose members donate money
' help teed the homeless, hungry refugee children from Hong
The clubhouse will be on a new riverhoat-restaurant being
built bj Don the Beachcomber to be use i in the Hong Kong har-

Rabbi !; Leon Hurwiti, formerly of Temple Zamora, now
spiritual leader of Temple Israel m Daytona Beach, visiting Boston
vife and daughter Jessica Houseguests of Rabbi and
Israel Kalis, Rabbi llurwit/ was guest at Temple Mishkan
ih lasl weekend .Before coming to Florida Rabbi llurwit/
the pulpit at Temple Iieih /.ion. Brookline Others the
are visiting include the Benjamin Ginsbergs, the Hen
skys and Mrs Joseph Gerkin Jessica, an honor grad-
Miami High, v. ill enter Brandies University in Septem-
During the summer, she studied in the Hebrew department
ush Theological Seminary in New York .
from Linda Hausman to her mother and dad. Florence
llarrj Hausman, of North Day rd has the usual "Having a
erful time," hut omits the convential "Wish you were here'
Guess the 14-year-old and her friends. Marcia Kratish and
Fine do:rt want Camp Belle Aire in Sparta. Tenn clul
' up with parents

Sam and Dodo Falick enjoying a vacation in the north, where
'he> are visiting with family and friends in New York Lots of
Riven m their honor in Belle Harbor. L.I. Brief part-
ing of ways, when Sam returns home and Dodo travels in the other
direction for further visiting with friends and family in New
England .
Having traveled to Israel last summer to see brothers from
*'|>om he had been separated for 35 years. Mike Forer and his
*'*'. Ida, made the briefer hop to Atlanta and Augusta this year
for a visit with relatives and friends this haven't seen in 25 years
Then they winged their way to Mt. Kisco. NY. where the
vedding of a cousin served to reunite them with 200 other mem-
hers of the clan ... A brief respite at home, and now Mrs. Forer
' on her way to Hendersonville. N.C., to see her children. Mindy
and Joe. who are at Camp Blue Star .
Back from a week in Caracas. Shirley and Sam I) Goodman
combined business and pleasure in the surprisingly modern city
Particularly impressed by the jet trip wich took just two and
a half hours, the magnificent mountains, and the highways built
right into them ....
Another couple using vacation time for visiting with relatives
and friends. Claire and Arthur Rosichanhe's the executive di-
rector of Greater Miami Jewish Federationwho just returned from
Klma. NY. Also stopped briefly to see son. Richard, who's
ak'ng some courses in Gotham Town, although he's a bona fide
-dent a' 'he University of Miami.
eJewish Floridian
Miami, Florida. Friday. July 27, 1962
Section 3
Summertime is reading time for Sisterhood of
Temple Emanu-El. Top row (left to right) are
Mesdames Alex Kogan, Mortimer Cohen, Sol
Shaye, Murray Maisel. Philip Salmon. Benja-
min Cypen. Second row are Mesdames Hirsh
Adler, Charles Rosengorten. George Feuer.
Isidore Newman. Tobias Sussman, Arthur Ap-
plebaum. Jack Silverman. Allen Goldberg.
Reuben Levin. Third row are Mesdames Ju-
On hand for a Saturday evening dance are Mr. and Mrs. Mil-
ton Gold and Mr. and Mrs. Murray Gorstein. The next big
social event at Westbrooke Country Club will be Saturday
evening at a December-in-July dinner dance Members will
bring toys for distribution at hospitals and children's homes
in the area.
Brilliant Student Surfside Guest
Winner of the Surfside contest for
the nation's most brilliant student.
Joanne Schor. of Gary. Ind has
been enjoying an interesting and
exciting vacation. Chosen in a na-
tionwide contest for the most out-
standing high school scholar. Jo-
anne received an all expense vaca-
tion for herself and her family as
the guest of the Town of Surfside
and the Chamber of Commerce of
Surfside-Bal Harbour Bay Harbor
Islands.
Miss Schor was met at the air
port on Jtily 9 by a group of Surf
side residents and received at Surf
side Town Hall with a proclama-
tion presented by Mayor Sidnej
King and Vice Mayor Louis Hober
man.
She has attended the ice show at
the Americana, a Kiwanis lunch-
eon where she met the 1962 Miss
Universe, a barbecue and swim
party, and attended a Chamber of
Commerce luncheon.
She has also enjoyed an all-day
boat trip to Ft. Lauderdale. as well
as to Bimini. as guest of Council
mn Lee Howard, and an evening
a; the Acorn Theatre, trips to Sea-
quarium. Miss I'm verse Pageant,
Vizcaya, a ;lass bottom boat trip.
lius Saperstoin, A. A. Rothstein. Irving Cypen.
Jack Fox, Murray Schwaitzman. Joseph Lip-
ton, Julius Mufson, Albert Ossip, Jack Katzman.
Raymond Malschick. Bottom row aTe Mes-
dames Max Bauer. Harry Brick, Benjamin
Greene. Sol Goldstein, president, Milton Blum
Leonard Glickman. Lillian Goodman. Samuel
Weisen. Paul Plotkin.
Emanu-EI Ladies
Learn More About
Temple Library
In keeping with the theme Of the
past year. "Know Your Temple '
members of Temple Emanu El Sis
terhood are this summer ende !
oring to learn more about the Tent
pie Library.
Mrs Sol Goldstein, presi'ent,
Mrs Joseph Abelow. library chair
man, and Mrs Aaron Cown. lib
rarian, have been encouraging
members to tour the library, u
was formally opened by Dr. Ir
Lehrman, spiritual leader of t
pie Emanu El. back in 1956
Book purchases are made throu
contributions marked by bookplati -
l earing the name of the don
Over :i(Mi rare books from a spe
ial collection were recently pur
chased in England b) friei
ot Samuel Friedland, honorary
i i- e s i d e n i of the Temple,
mark hi- 60th birthdaj Many
the book- in the Friedland collec-
tion are first editions
Religious school teachers
range to hold class in the libr
aboul once every two weeks. with
each class taking turns, so thai
more than one class a day mar-
the concentrate I study purpose
this arrangement.
Circulation of books is limited I
Temple members and children of
the religious school, but non-mem-
Ih is are invited to use the library
for reading and reference. As if
now. the library contains some
3.000 volumes in Hebrew, Yiddish
and English, with the referent-
section containing a Talmud. Mid-
rath, Zohar. Mishnah. dictionaries.
Bibles. Jewish encyclopedias, and
American Year Books, a m o n 4
countless others.
fmmo Lazarus Card Party
Emma Lazarus group of Hadas;
ah will have a summer card party
at the Lucerne hotel Sunday even
ing. Chairman for the affair 1
Mrs Benjamin Linde. Refr
ments will be served.


Friday, July
ryn
1932
Page 2-B
+Je*lstfkriJ&r
Chapters Plan
Joint Function
,. ,!-.. Dade i >unt> cha|
,';;;.n' :x
Sixty representatives of the National Council
of Jewish Women, Greater Miami Section,
board je! for Europe and Israel. Among others,
the group will visit the Israel Ministry of Edu-
cation and Welfare to hear about results of
Council-supported programs ii Ex-
treme left (bottom) is Mrs
president. Extreme right bottom are
Farr, of Fcrr Tours Mrs. A lead-
er; and her mother Mrs. Jearmer.a Soode.
Senior Citizens Organize Here For Medicare
C|ub on Wednesday, Aug
un Roger Grant, national chair-
mnofh8e Homes trading
cmmlHM and immediate Pi
president of Flamingo
dmissionwillbebyJ
I.....k o. merchanrs trad n
siamps The stamps and cash kiii
goS the purch.......I "he station
wagon
Virs Grant said Westbrooke
Country Club is providing free 0e
use of all facilH.....it the club from
m ,0 to p m and that all
ej collected will go to he
liac Home project .here ill
dimming, tennis fashion
show
exents on the ; !>"> Dro
n
in ingo chap
U-r in the pi
bers
s
I
Orr Will Speak
To UN Group
ill is
ratic Pro-
.- it a meetii
ip on Th
ing. Aug 2 it the Washing-
Federa Idg., 1234 Washington
:i\,'. Miami Beach
:BIRTHDAZE:
Ronald Mitchell, born July .
i0ins brother Ricky, 14 month-. .
.,. househol i of the former 11
Rubin and Robert Wemstein
SV. 103rd -i Maternal grandpar-
ents are Mr and Mrs Keni
Kessler Part) m honor of the new
CfiUd iii be at his home on
Jay .
1 ,.i,.\ Beth, born to Roi |
(;,.rn stolti on July ; Namin
the baby will take place Satui
morning ^tt Beth David, and i -
house for the deb will he
the evening.
UF Unit Picks
Mrs. Richard
Mrs Melvin J Richard will
s United Fund chairman ol \ -
i section i on Miami Beach
nnounced b) Mrs Va
and Mrs James Rawlin^,
ion co chairmen
.. ith her will be
ray Sonnet I I Stillwat
rmen for area
>n Feller, Mrs
nd Mrs La
Wi -
M;. i; nd her hus
Miami !' i it> I'ouncilmai '
vin .1 Rich N. Bis-

A new organization has been
formed here to let the community
know that, the Congressional vote
notwithstanding, senior citizens of
this area are for Medicare
Announced here is the charter-
ing of the Sunshine State Senior
Citizens Club 1. The club was
formed July 12. and officers will
be installed Aug. 7 at Washington
Federal Savings and Loan Assn.
Louis Shapiro has been elected
president other officers are Mrs.
Esther Rothstein, first vice pre-:
dent; Peter Sonter, second vice
president; Albert Wilncr. treasur-
er; Mrs. Gladys B. Fendal. secre-
tary and financial secretary.
Hoard of directors include Surf-
side Vice Mayor Louis B. Hober-
man. Miami Beach Vice Mayor
Malvin Englander. Miami Beach
Councilman Melvin Richard. Rab-
Ladies Planning
Tuesday Lunch
Westbrooke Country Club ladies
will meet for lunch on Tuesday
noon.
Commedienne Patsy Abbott will
entertain and cards and mah jong
will follow.
Southwest Jewish Center will
', hold a "family get-together" it
Westbrooke on Wednesday evening.
All Westbrooke facilities will be
available from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m
for the activities, including picnic-
style suppers and movies for the
youngsters in the evening
Milton Miller president >f the
Center.
rempl
Ner ram la ,;
Agudah [si institute.
Rabbi M ij r \\ i mowitz. >l Tem-
ple Menorah, Noah J Warren,
minister l the :-' rsl Presbyterian
Church it Miami Bea h, Mrs Mil-
dre l Pepper, Jack Rothstein, Hen-
i j Longv rthy, Mrs Louis
Black j;-. i Mr- R ij B ildwin
ither spe ikers who will talk on
National Goals" at meetings in
l ist. September and October arc
Sam Gyson, Reinhold Wolff, econ-
omist,-Jack Cordon. Burnett Roth,
Hendrik Berns, flunk Hall and
Leo Mindlin, executive editor of
The Jewish Floridian
Mrs. Anna Weiss is chairman "t
the group. Presidenl of the Great-
er Miami Chapter is Dr H. Frank
tin Williams.
The >rganization :ompnses -
tions of North S Surfside. Nor RaM la},ovitl Scheduled
mandy Isle, Indian Creek, Biscayne
Point. Biscayne Beach ind Park
View Island bul my person can
join without regard to \ tographi
jal i it a
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, spiritual
leader .if Temple Ner Tamid, will
be host hi i!i<' Jewish Worship
Hour on Sun,lav. 11 a m
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*JeHist Fhridtian
Page 3-B
Center Campers Hard at Work
> of Greater Miami's spiritual leaders
eel lor a social hour following installation
nonies of the Rabbinical Assn. Standing
: lo right) are Mesdames Irving Lehrman.
ne Labovitz. Max Lipschitz. Morris Graff.
mon Schiff, B. Leon Hurwitz. Norman Sha-
piro. Nathan Zwitman, Allan Rutchik. and Her-
man Cohen. Seated are Mesdames Morton
Malavsky, Mayer Abramowitz, Alfred Wcx-
mcn. David Shapin Morris .'.. Skcp, and
Maurice Klein.
\joutli of t/tc LVccL'
By ISABEL GROVE
v >. n -three Bob Payton, presi-
,. i of Ihe 1982 graduating class
Miami Beach High, was also
ikcted "Mosl Popular" and "Wit-j
t^; by Ins fellow seniors. An
saleable extrovert who "enjoys
lung people laugh." Bob has,
crtheless, always given his ea-
rn: at school. ;is well as future
. serious and careful atten-
Si:, ,.i Mr and Mrs. Matthew
Ifcjti n, 9048 Dickens ave former-
I Troj N v good-looking Bob
. (liter the University of North
11 rolina in September and hopes
tventuall) to make a niche for
: in the world of advertising
iblic relafions
why." says Bob. who
evi i> subject in relation to
i "mj political career at
. a as -<> important to me It
n the chance to mingle and
;'h a ider circle of stu-
and adults, and that's the
to acquire ease and self-
i
Different Standards
- iring his sen ice as Kej
i pi i sident and lieutenant
of Ke> Club Division 16
same yardstick, this arti
ti young man continues, "Mj
lanee at the Club conventions
me -ill! mere BDOUl teen
Most of iIn- boys I met
in small towns, and their
r'- and ideals are different.
artificial than on Miami
II
ed bj the American Legion Tr...i
same year, he was ;. Top Teen 'f
the Week in The Miami News
Running parallel with Bobs fim
scholastic and service record has
been an active participation in ..r.
Ing, dancing and music.
A self-taught drummer, the \ satile teen-ager ha> htcn playing
with "The Continental.-.' a -vvini;
ing group, for several year*. All
high shool seniors, the rhythmic

r> who gave the opening wel-
at the commencement exer-
- I Miami Beach High in June,
: his school's represen
-l the I Boys State
campus .". Florida State
sitj m 196] In Tallahassee,
- elected one of the mayors
i d in the Governor's cab
i k government sponsor
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WUadins reee ttotee
BOB PAYTON
. versatile feen
combo has an enthusiastic
following in the "twist and bully
gully set '" In addition !< enter-
taining at school hops, house par-
ties ami dances in hotels and Ten
pies, the professional musicians
have several records p la j
.Hound the countrj
Vlways "th the pi rtj
Bob has been a p< pular < mci i
for proms and cotillion- all thri
-< hool
Dromofic Role
hi
:"-' -
Dii ee-act
delinquents.
ented to the pubb< b) the '!
Mi.on. Bl ... I High
Ml
i b ideal and inspiration has
ays been his brothei Harrj
a recent graduate cum laudi
Florida state now serving in the
Armed Forces Having followed
his brother's lead through Boys
Mate and Key Club. Bob made it
a triple header when he too was
included In the Hitide Mirror.
This faculty honor is given to
these who have "iniiativ e. Indusl
talent, leadership, scholarship and
potential for future ucc u
NEXT WEEK: Michel* Levin.
Cv/rtu ln*tituic o* Musk
Calypso! shipwrecks, and the
Seminol ,11 be featured
next wei u summer da} camp
program- no being conduct'
the Create;' Miami Jewish '
niuiutv Centi r al three locations in
Dade county
At th' Beach Branch. Camp
Shalom Will have its beys and girls
busy at work making drum- ai I
grass skirts for "Calypso Island
Week." which will culminate in a
"I.ran" on l-i.
Camp \' ar at the North Count>
Branch, i < completing an excit-
ing week devoted to Florida his-
tory, prepared -kit- about the
earl} Spanish explorers and the
natfc e In ians. hile 11
t'-, Fl Is "f fishing and
shell hunting Next week, this
camp v ill hi experience
ol shi] reck.'' including a pir-
sure hunt and an entertain-
i ailed "Di serted Island Re
V'Ui
Two from I amp Ma K.:
r.ii .,; thi VI iami Branch* appear
i on the "Focus" show on ch II
last week, where the} presented ..
..::. of tumbling, acrobatics,
nd songs The camp
i- cum n 1} engage d in the pre-
art
In summer long circus theme,
and v 111 be engaging in a swim
ng meet w ith Camp Noar
A majoi event scheduled for next
week is the annual auction con-
ted b> Camp Shalom This
i vent i- set for Thursda} e i ning,
Allg 2. and includes an aliyou-
-upper'' and movies plan-
the children \ special
prize for the evening will be a
ch Poodle pupp)
Hadassah Oneg
This Weekend
Miami Beach Hadassah will have
ai Oneu Shabbat on Saturday noon
c ol Mrs Philip Thau,
li Bav dr
'I i- thi first in a series of
.. Shabbat programs
scheduled b} Mrs Sanford Jacob-
son, educatioi rman of the
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Friday. July 27. 1962
Pcce 4-B
Kknist Meridian
StU VeaU of Society
Arlene Frankel
Now Mrs. Winter
After a honeymoon ... Puerto
Rico and the Virgin Islands M
and Mrs. Michael Winter will u\
in Milwaukee, Wls.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs Ray
mond Frankel. 8110 SW 62nd pi..
the former Arlene Frankel ex-
changed vows with the son of Mr
and Mrs. Jack Winter, of Milwau-
kee, on Sunday, July 22.
Rabbi Herbert liaumgard
W^^aTHVV^ Emories come back when you hear the^jme
Evelyn and her Magic Violin." Remember when she play W nil
S ,:,lny and his All-Girl Orchestra? A year and a ^gj2*J f'^'.r.hJ'.V o'clock ceremony
= ^SHH:H-: sasssrc..............
of German music-lovers. At the age of six.
her mother, finding that she had perfect pitch,
started her playing on the violin
Beginning with the Settlement School ol
New York, she studied on fellowships, schol-
arships, and grants. She received her BA
at Hunter College, won a scholarship at the
Damrosch Institute of Musical Art. and was a
fellowship-winner at the Juilliard School of
Music. At 14. she received the National Fed-
eration of Women's Clubs Scholarship Award,
and at 16 the McDowell Music Club Award.
Her debut recital was at Carnegie Hall. As.
EVHYN
She will continue her education at
the University of Wisconsin Her
husband is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Miami and belongs to
Zeta Beta Tau.
For her wedding, the bride chose
a gown of white peau de soie end-
ing in a train. Reembroid n
alencon hue trimmed the sweet-
heart neckline and long sleeves,
and the bouquet was a cascade ol
white orchids
Mrs. Margo Winter and Marcia
Angel were matron and maul of
honor, and bridesmaids included
Faye Angel, Gerry Frankel. Mari-
lyn Benson and Mrs. Belle Bogage.
The bridegroom's besi man was
to her personal lifeEvelyn says it was purely | Jack winU,r jr and serving as
incidental to her music. ,ushers were Manny Frankel. Larry
It was at her graduate recital at Juilliard Lub|iner jerry Bogage and Peter
that Phil came back stage and signed her for Schulz
his Mi-Girl Orchestra. Her mother traveled with her as they toured' T|u, IH,W Mrs winter Is a grad-
i country for the next few years, and it was hard work but very satis- |uaU, of Cora] GaDies High and at-
lying Evelvn subsequently played with the Cleveland Orchestra, the u>nded tn,, University of Miami
New York Philharmonic and the San Francisco Symphony. Reluctant
(c let marriage interfere with her career. Phil finally persuaded her
that they could build a more lasting and perfect life together.
For the past year. Evelyn has done things that she never attempted
before From the beginning, her mother felt she should never do any-
thing phvsical-like sports or even cooking. Now. in deference to her
and, she has become an excellent Hungarian cook. She follows
i he recipe just as she would a musical score, believing that the origina-
tor of the recipe knows best-just as Bach and Chopin did. The results
have been delicious.
In a separate guest house which is soundproof, they have their exten-
sive music library, as well as a studio. Here. Evelyn practices several
hours a day Here as well as at the dining room table, Phil is her best
iiudience. Phil and Evelyn support all the concerts, ballets and operas.
She feels strongly that the people must support these efforts in order
U strengthen the cultural life of Miami.
Evelyn and her "Magic Violin." playing in Phil Spitalny's All-Girl
Orchestra bring back memories that will never die.
* *
ONE HUNDRED AND FORTYFIVE GOOD-BYES
Last Friday, twenty charter flights left Idlewild International Air-
port and according to general opinion (slightly prejudiced) the most
important one was the National Council of Jewish Women's tour. Aaron
Parr saw to it that they are getting the red carpet treatment all the
wav. Just before leaving, there was a cocktail party in the V I P Room
given by Air France. Myra (Mrs. Aaron) Farr led the.group. She
-will no doubt spend most of the time trying to remember where all
(hose interesting things came from that she has brought back from
previous trips. How exciting to be the wife of a travel agent!
Among Council's leaders are Mrs. Jack Chanin, Mrs Juliet Hart-
tr.an Burk, Mrs. Ethel Goldstein. Miss Edna Heller and Miss Elsie
Schwabe, Annette Yesner will have to see that her husband, Dr. Bern-
ard, meets Rose Gordon's husband, Louis, so that they get in a little
icil business. The Gordon's daughter, Maggie, is with them. One
family group, is also on the tour: Dr. and Mrs. Arnold Levitt
ir three children. Arnold. Nancy Ann. and Arna. With them
; Mrs Levitt's father and mother, and Mrs. Esther Berlizheimer
mg other vacationers are Mrs. Edith Zier. Mrs. Mattie
fer, Mr and Mrs Sie Mendelson, Mr. and Mrs Max Holts-
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ginsberg, Mr and Mrs Larry Gilbert, and
Mimi Abel. Harry and Lilly schiff went to New York a week
I their daughter, but they got to the airport in plenty of time.
. i sure.
* *
ANOTHER ONE IN JANUARY
The Chicago Club'.- annual picnic was such a success that the iii.>
ts and the HO children present don't want to wail until next July
fc-r a repeat performance. They want it in January Mr. and Mrs
Falk really planned a terrific day for the Chicagoans at Matheson Her fiance is .. pra luate ol Mi
mmock. Sam Greenfield and his Sadie were there bright and early, ami Beach Scan: High and h
was chief chef of the steak-hamburger-hot dog department, with BBA from the "
f exander Roth his chief assistant. Some of the large family par.,- Th(.
isisted of Mr. and Mrs Mike Kaplan and Mr. and Mrs Jack Rosen, ,;,,,, wnen .
and Mrs. Sam Pearlman watched as Julius Zukerman cut.38
each a perfect red one with black seeds. Chicago was never urli lh|. .|P
I k( this.
* + *
TRUER WORDS WERE NEVER WRITTEN
A Baby is God's Opinion That the World Should Go on." This was
ten in red on the announcement that Gerry and Ro/ Solt2 sent out
illy to announce the birth of a daughter, Lesly Beth It was de-
( I for them that their fourth child should be a girl, making three
- and a boy. Seven-year-old Howie will either be the center of
.'ion as the only male, or no doubt he will set up a clamor to have
a : aby brother next,

TRAVEL NOTES
Pauline Sater just returned from her first trip to Europe. Every-
where she went it was snowing. There didn't seem to be any spring in
Europe at all. She brought back the feeling from Germany that people
like Americans. They wanted ot know all about the world of Uncle
Sam Her traveling companion was Sally Bachrach .
A post card from Sid and Florence Lewis who motored to the coast. |
The most thrilling sight of their "See America First" tour was the \
Rushmore Memorial Florence wrote tha't their hearts "flag-waved fur-'
iously" when they saw it.
>
,
w. rm r-Kahn
MRS. MICHAll WINJIR
I
MRS. PHIUP HIINGIB
Mrs. Klinger In Peau de Soie
Ardmore
MISS NANCY SONMTT
Sonneffs Reveal
Nancy's Betrothal
Mr and Mrs. Murrav i> s.
of 1360 SI '
i
Nancy, t In Si
Mr and Mrs Leo Si
Flamii ..
The bride-i lect is
Miami Beach Si I ;h, and is
now atti niversil
i mi.
Barry Lefts Will
Live in New York
The former Miss Erna Dorothj
Korenvaes and Barry Li tl
married recently al thi Forcsl Hills
Jewish Center in New York.
The bride is the daughter ol Mr
and Mrs. Aaron Korenvaes
Hay dr., and graduated in June
from the University ol Miami.
An accountant in New York the
bridegroom is the son of Mrs M
bert Leff and the late Irving Left.
After a honeymoon in Jamaica
St SK!8 couple wi"llve ,n For'
The Diplomat hold was the set-
ting for the wedding ceremony
Saturday evening, July 21. uniting
Marcia Sue Meyers and Philip
Ruben Klinger Dr. Joseph Naroi
I officiated, and ., reception and
Cohns at Home
In Bisc. Shores
Site of the nuptials uniting De-
, borah Frances Seidner and Stan-
ley D. Conn on Sunday, June 24.
was the Joseph Kahaner Chapel at
Beth Torah Congregation. The
' chapel was endowed by Mr. and
Mrs Joseph Kahaner. the bride's
1 grandparents, who were honored
' guests at the wedding
Officiating at the early evening
ceremony were Rabbi Max Lipchitz.
Rev Jacob D. Katz. the bride's
uncle, and Cantors Ben Zion Kir.-ch
enbaum and Abraham Self, of
Knesseth Israel.
For her wedding, the former
Miss Seidner chose a princess style
gown Ol ivory -ilk peau de SOie and
alencon hue A CrOWn of hal>>
pearls held the veil, and the bou-
quet was of white orchids and
sti phanotis
Givi
Philip K.:i er. t

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Mrs B E. Madison and Jo- \nn
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Linda Bishop and Mrs Philip Le
Nobel
The new Mrs Klinger is thr
daughter of Mr and Mrs. Hmmld
T. .Meyers. 9164 Harding ave. Shi
is a graduate of Ferrv Hall Pre-
paratory school, Lake Forest. III.
attended Miami Beach High, and
is now a doctor's receptionist
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr and Mrs David Klinger, Kill
15th St., and has his own boat rent-
al agenc) He is a graduati
Whitefield private school on Miami
Beach, and served in the S,
Armj for three years.
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The Ben Essens were hosts at
their home Sunday morning
combined breakfast and in-
nun iii the Shalom Cruise
Ihi Xi in Lines' SS Jerusalem
. (i so\ lo 20
ong guests was Mrs Irene
in i sheer while dotted
. ... with a delicate floral print
ic and foliage greea Hand-
, ted white lace inserts were
the front of the bodice, and
I near the hemline of her
\rnel jersey, a travel
was I lie choice of Mrs
Rosenzweig. Her classic
aisl was in gold and white
il stripes, with a modified
II collar.
Miki Baskin chose a white
Ite sheath. A narrow black
was laced through the
..:.. : her short sleeves, and a
band was laced through
i m The ribbon ended
small bow. F.yclette was
i i linn-,, nf Mrs Charles
Hi r sheath w as the color
ed coffee and featured a
neckline and cap slce\ es
: I'll combining blue
Wi rn by Mrs Max
off Her fitted bodice had a
V neckline m both front and
back, and her -kin was circular
honey-colored nautical sheath
|ua> selected for the breakfast by
Mrs Fred J Armandc Punas.
i Appliques of nautical flags dec-
d the bodice. The nautical
theme was carried out by Elton
Kililman in the centerpieces
[created in honor of those sailing
Ion the SS Jerusalem. Israeli
[sailors surrounded by a circle of
Israeli flags were banked with
[ white gladioli.
I^IRS Max Weiti' sheath was in
use pink moygashel
Pink leaves were embroi
on the bodice and a few
"I down the front of her
They were detailed with
\ powder blue shirtwaist
"' choice of Mrs Jerry
Her high rounded neck-
ncircled with a double
CONGREGATION
ANSHE EMES
'dial
n to all
" rid an
ONEG SHABBAT
Friday, July 27th
at 8 P.M.
' ome its new
' Leader
Rabbi Samuel R. Stone
2533 S.W. 19th A
ve.
strand of large baroque pearls
and crystals A sheer white shirt-
waisl was worn by Mrs Jack
Goldstein. Pastel pink ribbon was
laced through the eyelette trim
on the bodice, and a pink satin
belt was at the w ai-I
Cool looking in white, iced with
turquoise, was Mrs William Kaf-
kind Her drc.-s was of white
ribbed arnel. with a square neck
line on ihe fitted bodice, and
deep box pleats in the skirt. A
sash of medium width in the tur-
quoise repeated the color of her
long single strand necklace of
beads and crystals. Mrs. Akiva
Goffer, whose husband is a Zim
lines vice president, selected a
gold and red silk print in the
basic shirtwaist style
A cotton plaid in multi-colored
ice cream colors was worn by
Mrs Harold Kaufman Her typ-
ical summer dress had a low
square neckline in both front and
back, and the full comfortable
skirl lud blue voile was the
i he ice hi Mrs Charles Rosenfeld
The deep V neckline had a triple-
tiered collar that was cut wide
to form a short sleeve. Each tier
was edged with bright red, her
belt and accessories were also in
red and hi r skirt was soft I >
gathered
kJRS Israel Teitch chase an
" avocado-colored moygashel
linen sheath with a high rounded
neckline and shirt sleeves. White
pearl buttons, in groups of threes,
went down the entire front of the
dress. Moygashel linen was also
the choice of Mrs. Philip Thau.
In white, her waist length jacket
featured black scroll embroidery.
Hostess. Mrs. Ben Essen, was in
a striking two-piece ensemble
featuring a black and white petit-
point check cotton. Her sheath
skirt was topped with a jacket
that ended just below the waist
Fitted in front, the back fell into
a flared capelette, and the wide
shawl collar was deeply notched
Bakalars Say
Vows in Gables
Miss Susan Ellen Freedman and
Martin Bakalar were united in mar-
riage on Sunday. July 8. Dr. Irv-
ing Lehrman performed the alter-
noon ceremony at the home of the
bride's cousin. Dennis Could, 7550
Ponce de Leon rd.. So. Miami
Following a reception in the gar-
den, the newly-weds left for Nassau
On their return they will live in
Queens, NY
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David
Freedman, 5755 SW 57th ter.. the
bride is a graduate of Miami Sen-
ior High, attended the University
of Florida, and graduated from
the University of Miami Her soror-
ity is Alpha Epsilon Phi.
For her wedding, she chose a
gown of peau de soie and alencon
lace. The bouffant veil was held
by a lace pillbox, and she carried
white orchids on a Bible.
Attending the new Mrs. Bakalar
were Frances Preedman and Wen-
dy Alvin Melody Alvin was flow-
er girl, and Patricia Barrett was
in charge of the guest book
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr and Mrs. Victor Bakalar. of
Flushing, NY A graduate of New
York University, he is now attend-
ing the university's dental school,
and is a member of Alpha Omega.
Temple Zion
'Cabaret Night'
Temple Zion Sisterhood will spon-
sor a "Cabaret Night" at the Caril-
lon holel Saturday evening.
In addition to dancing and enter-
tainment, there will be a free trip
to Nassau and to Binnni on the.
Calypso Lines, and a weekend tor
!v ii at Ihe Carillon hotel
Mrs Otto Hynian is in Charge
of reservations.
Werner-K ihn
MRS. MARTIN BAKALAR
Bruce Bakalar. the bridegroom's
brother, was his best man. and Ed
Freedman. the bride's brother,
served as usher.
Double Ring Rites For Kazlows
An early evening double ring
ceremony united Miss Toby Drey-
er and Stephen M. Kazlow at Tern
pie Menorah on Sunday. July 22.
with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz of-
ficiating
The bride wore a formal gown of
silk satin with an illusion off
shoulder neckline daintily bordered
in sequins and scattered lace The
tightly molded long torso bodice
Mowed into a bouffant redingote
-atin skirt over a front panel of
Calais lace all sweeping to a long
graceful satin train.
A coronet of sequins and seed
pearls held the hand-rolled silk illu-
sion veil, and she carried a family-
heirloom prayer book covered with
white Catalaya orchids
Attendants were Miss Barbara
Dreyer, the bride's sister, and Mrs.
William Glass, sister of the bride-
groom
Serving as best man was Wil-
liam Glass, junior usher was Nat
Dreyer. the bride's brother, and
stuart Harvey and Orin Harvey
were ringbearers.
I'arents of the new Mrs. Kazlow
are Mr and Mrs. Morris Dreyer,
5912 SW 31st st The bridegroom
is the son of Mr and Mrs. Sey-
mour M Ka/low. 1578 Normandy
dr
The young couple are both grad-
uates of Miami Senior High Mr
Kazlow attended the University of
Florida
When they return from a honey-
moon in Peurto Rico, the Virgin
Islands. Curacao and Aruba. the
newlyweds will live at 120 NF 55th
St.
Glassmans Take
Honeymoon Tour
Mr and Mrs Eugene M Gilbert
118(1 Biarritz dr.. announce the mar
riage of their daughter, Joan
Flayne. to Dr. Paul Sanford Glass
man. son of Mr. and Mrs Martin
Classman, of Detroit, Mich
The ceremony on June 19. in Oak
Park. Detroit, was performed by
Rabbi Moms Lehrman. brother of
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual
leader of Temple Finanu-FI of
Miami Beach
The former Miss Gilbert grad-
uated from Miami Beach High, and
attended the University of Ala-
bama, where she was a member
el Delta Phi Epsilon sorority. She
is an alumna of the University of
Miami and is presently on the fac-
ulty Of Parkway Elemental-]
School here.
Dr Classman graduated from
Central High in Detroit and Wayne
State University, where he was af-
tiliated with Gamma Kappa Chi
and Tau Epsilon Phi fraternities
He also graduated from College of
Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery
in Des Moines, la., when' he was
a member of Lambda Omicron
. Gamma
Dr Glassman is presently aim
iated with Northwest Hospital and
Genera] Hospital of Greater Miami,
an 1 is a resident physician ai
Magnolia Hospital
After an extended trip through,
Michigan and Canada, the newly-
weds will live in Park View Island,
Miami Beach.
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MRS. STfPHfN KAUOW
Harmony Chapter
'Luau' Saturday
Harmony chapter of B'nai B'nth
Women is having its annual out-
door Luau on Saturday evening at
the home of Mrs Sam RosenUial,
894-84th st.
Refreshments will be server),
and there will he games and enter-
tainment.
In charge of reservations are
Mrs Jack Cohen and Mrs Susan
Friedburg
Kravitz, Schrank
Engagement Told
Mr and Mrs Tom Kravitz, L0321
1: Broadview dr., Bay Harbor I--
lands, announce the engagement of
their daughter, Linda, to Edward
Schrank.
The prospective bridegroom is
the son of Mr and Mrs Bertram
P, Schrank, Of Hartford, Conn.
formerly ol Miami Beach.
He is now a senior at Tulane
I'nr. ersity
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Friday. July 27, 1962
Poge 6-B
+J Tirst Nachlah in the new city of Me Ami being developed in
Israel qot its start this week, when the Jewish National Fund
Council of Greater Miami announced that Mr. and Mrs. Johan
1 Berman. of Miami Beach, have pledged S35.000 for the Johan
L and Selma Berman Nachlah. JNF is presently clearing ana
cestcning the project, which was initiated by Miami attorney
Zev Kogan. Mr. and Mrs. Berman are shown examining the
site on a map of Israel.
Shalom Cruise' Signs on More
More than 50 guests attended a |
breakfast meeting Sunday at the,
home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Essen.
1839 Coral Way. Coral Gables.
Highlight of the morning was
watching the host, a noted attorney
here, and one of the organizers of.
?he Greater Miami Israel Assn.. on '
WCKT ch. 7, as he discussed last
year's successful cruise aboard the
Zim Lines' SS Jerusalem, and the
"Shalom Cruise" planned for Nov.
8 to 20.
Itzhak Gersteahaber. vice presi-
dent of the American-Israel Ship-
pir.g Company of Florida, local af-
liliatc of Zim. thanked the hosts
;tLd paid tribute to the Greater Mi-
ami community "which has accept-
ed the Zim Lines and the project-
ed Shalom Cruise' so enthusiastic-
ally."
Signing on the cruise at the
Sunday breakfast were Mr. and
Mrs. Max Sockloff, Mr. and Mrs.
R. Hamburg, Mr. and Mrs Mey-
? Baskin, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
C-cd stein, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Scser.iweig, and Mr. and Mrs.
. t rry Weiss.
pi igram, "Still Snu.ll Voice,"
weekly by the Greater
Rabbinical Assn.. for the
I : time devoted itself to other
thi religious affairs exclusively,
at it featured a discussion of the
cruise designed to link a vacation
with Israeli atmosphere and Israeli
way of life.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. spiri-
tual leader of Temple Menorah. in-
troduced Essen, former president
of Temple Judea. who was also
joined on the program by Jack
Popick. nationally-known commun-
ity leader, and Leonard Solomon,
all serving as leaders in the Nov.
8 cruise.
Richard Rosen
Is Bar Mitzvah
Richard Rosen will celebrate his
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning.
July 27. at Beth Jacob Congrega-
gation. with Rab-
bi Tibor Stem of-
ficiating.
Son of the late
Judge and Mrs.
Jack Rosen, and
grandson of Mr
and Mrs. Lee
I Meyer. Richard
Is an eighth grade
grade -indent at
M i a in i Countrj Day and Resi-
dence School.
Richard Rosen
'Happy Birthday to Renee Bain," who celebrated her first
birthday at Mt. Sinai Hospital on Sunday, was said by (left)
Miss Sima Gebel, supervisor of pediatrics, Elaine Brohn, head
nurse, pediatrics, and candy striper, Rhoda Deutchman. Re-
nee, granddaughter of Mrs. Florence Nass, has been a patient
ot Mt. Sinai for five months, having undergone suigery.
Guests at the party were most of the other pediatric patients
who all enjoyed the birthday doll cake, ice ciecm and candy.
Arthur Fiedler,
Joela Jones
To Play Sunday
Arthur Fiedler, for more than
M years music director and con-
ductor of the Boston 'Pops Or-
chestra, will make his eighth an-
nual appearance with the I'nivei
sit) of Miami Summer Symphony
orchestra this Sunday at Miam
Beach Auditorium. Guest soloist
with Fiedler For the orchestn -
eighth "Pops" concert of Ithe sum
mer season is 16-year-old Miami
pianist Joela Jones
Mr Fiedlw will open with tj
Coronation March from ''Tl
Prophet." bj Meyerbeer, and re
low with the Hamilton Harty u
from "The Water Music." by Hal
del "Valse Triste." by Sibelius
and the overture to "II Guaranj
by Gomez.
Miss Jones will be in the solo
spotlight for the middle third of
the program, performing Rach
maninoff's "Rhapsody on a Theme
of Paganini." Mr. Fiedler and
the orchestra will conclude the
program with selections from the
popular motion picture, "West
Side Story," with music by Leon-
ard Bernstein; "Moon River,"
from another movie, "Breakfast
at Tiffany's," and for a rousing
finale, the Merrick-Bennet ar-
rangement of "Look SharpBe
Sharp," a familiar tone often
heard on television.
Fiedler is known as "Mr. Music"
to million;, of Americans and in
his hometown of Boston He is the
local boy who has left an indelible
mark not only on the musical his-
tory of Boston, but on the musical
tastes of the world At 19. he was
accepted as a violinist with the
Boston Symphony under Karl
Muck, and later he player under
such eminent maestri as Rabaud.
Monteaux and Koussevitzky.
In 1930, Fiedler succeeded Al-
fred Casella as conductor of the
Boston Pops Orchestra, where he
has presented popular music in full
symphonic arrangement. Each I
season since 1953. he has conduct-
ed a special Boston Pops Tour Or-
chestra, which appears in every
major city of the United States.
Joela .lone-, ihe brilliant young .
pianist form Miami, has appeared
with the Boston Pops under Fied-
ler, and with the Rochester Civic
Orchestra and the Rochester Phil-
harmonic under Theodore Bloom-
field Daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Stefan Jont 5, of Miami. Joela cur-
rently is studying with the Cuban-
born pianisl J'ose Echaniz at the
Eastman School of Music in Roch-
ester.
'Music Man1
On Screens Here
One of the lively new films '
march into town this week is Mere-
dith Willson's 'The Music \
Broadway's happiest long-run hit
musical, now transformed by War-
ner Bros into an even bigger
brighter and happier screen enter
lainment, which was to open
Thursday at the Olympia. Beach.
Gables and Shores Theatres in Mi-
ami, and at the Florida Theatre in
Ft. Lauderdale and Hollywood,
Robert Preston Mars in the title
role, recreating the art he origi
nated on Broadway, while Academy
Aw ard w inner Shirley J o n e s,
spri(. lit "Oklahoma." "Ca-
rousel ":i r musical film
hits, is his prett; lar in the
tuneful, eye filling musical thai re-
counts the hi-jinx of a fast-talki
lady killer who storms a small
town in Iowa in 1912 an i in- to
promote a local band, although he
doesn't know a single note ol
music.
Featured in the cast are Buddj
Hackett, Hermione Gingold and
Paul Ford, the latter also recruit-
ed from the original Broadway
co many.
Filmed in Technicolor and Tech
1 nirama. "The Music- Man' was pro-
I duced and directed by Morton Da
I Costa who staged the original
'Broadway play. Screenplay was
I penned by Marion Hargrovt.
Me.ropol.tan Dade County Commission chairman. Alexander
Gordon (center), gets a helping hand while cutting a fifth anni-
versary cake for Metro on July 20. Also tak.ng par in the
ceremony were (left to right) Commissioner Arthur Patten jr..
County Manager Irving McNayr, and Commissioners Jack
Beckwith, Joseph Boyd, jr., and Frank Pruitt.
Gordon Lauds Metro Birthday
A brief cake-cutting ceremony
highlighted the fifth anniversary
observance ot metropolitan govern-
ment in Dade county. July 20
Taking part in the proceedings
were Metro Commission Chairman
Alex Cordon. Count) Manager Irv-
ing McNayr and six commission-
ers
Speaking tor the group Gordon
said, -This is the fifth anniver-
sary of the adoption .it metropoli-
tan government and I believe we
should pause tor reflection and ob-
>c r\ ance
"Credit for Metro should go to
(hi good sense and perseverance of
the greater number of citizens in
Dade county. It has accomplished
many major objectives and is con-
tinuing to do so.
We completely reorganized
count) government and it now com-
pares to the most advanced munici-
pal^ in the country. It is looked
to by all major urban areas as an
excellent example "
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SUNDAY, JULY 29 AT 8:30 P M.
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JOELA JONES, PIANIST
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JUNE ALLYSON
JUDY GARLAND
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be Discussed
H s ,-,.-,,. Court decision on
[ \, York Board >( Regents
I ; :;. effecl upon the reli-
I 5Chool will be the subject of
r ; ai .i breakfasl meeting
[,l. Brotherhood ol Temple Beth
olom on Sunday, at 10:30 a.m..
the banquet hall, according to
men! bj Dr Harry K
[,ik bi Hi' rhoo! president
J ; > Edward Resnick.
, ,!!ni one "f the
I '.,. Miami religion-in-
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J .a m the pub-
roung Musicians
ire Needed Here
\ Lawrence, director of
Youth Symphony.
hal 77'. of the
musicians auditioning
estra for the
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music, and
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Reach compare
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is'U( several leading resort
k'r>. uill make the comparison
I nl the Executives
;it ilii :: Vufi i meeting
|ecutive> Club president, Jot
\n. Miami Beach realtor, said
i will begin at noon al
| ; is Dade Wvd
Wolf son
|sumes Talks
Al : ham Wolfson, director ol
- Idoor Forum, has
1 'n- vacation in the
IRidsii Mountains and will re-
I ks mi "Health and Hap
r Tuesdaj on the 8th
ph and every Thursday on
beac h. .it 8 a in., the
followed b) discuss-
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|p Prepares
Season Here
['"' Zipp, president of Zipp
Is of Smith Miami.
P'' th< expansion of whole
pines-, i<. include toys from
I' European markets
pder m have the merchan-
Milahle for the cominc win-
}-<< Martin Hochman. secre-
pasurer of the firm, is leav-
|- eek fur a month long buy
h >P the sportinc aomls
manufacturers of England,
Switzerland. Italy, Greece
far I
Hochman will accompany
Mfid, and assist in the buy-
icniidren's toys.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
Mrs. Frankhn D. Roosevelt, with Dr. Curt D. Wormann, direc-
tor of the Jewish National and University Library of the He-
brew University of Jerusalem, examines files of the library's
extensive American coilectio-.. She said she was "astonished
to find so many books dealing with my husband, with Theo-
dore Roosevelt [ham Lincoln." Mrs. Roosevelt
praised the institutioi .: the lil raries of the
world' aftei I -o the Hebrew University's new
I Ram Jerusalem v.-::. :5eing
complete : ielp of the American ~::e:-.-s ol the He-
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 56513-B
IX RE Estate of
MAI RH'E v. KIXSTEIX
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T All Creditors ..ml All Pel soils Hal
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i the i 'ohiii i Sludges .-f I >ade i 'oun
ty, md file 'li. same In duplicate and
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>( .- im their ..ti'i. > in Hi-' I'oun-
t) Courthouse in Hade County, r'lor-
ili aIthln -n calendar months from
.. of th. firs! publication here-
of, m the name III be bin n d
Dated il Miami, loi Ida thli
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SIDXKT WHIXSTKIX
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the T111 da) ( Jul}
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Miami IS. Florida
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COU aT
IN A -. o FOR DADE COLN-.
f^OPlDi IN PROBATE.
No. 54783-B
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APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBU* l
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COL =T
IN AND FOR DADE COUN"-
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No. 56.199-C
IN H of
HARRY Si'll W iRTZ,
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FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
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iboi i-aptloned icl i"ii haa been
ited iga Inul y..u in Ihe Cln
i '..in ..i tii. 1-71.-. nth Judicial
nl I- lorlda m and f..r l >ade i'
in foreclosi :i .....rtgagi upoi
fiillou ing deaci real opi
I.. in i'.l .. ii IS PINE TREE MAN-
nR, SECTU1X THREE, iccording
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F :' ... Washer.
W.I--.'. \', ii.tinii Rllnds
You ne required flit your in-
to plaintiff's complulni with I -
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sen .i I'opl thereol :; i plaint il. -i
ittorn v MARTIN PIXE, I Ith I
Had, I-. di ral Blda Miami, Plorl.l i
,:. i Mi.,ii Aueual 1962 --r I
11... i. pro Ci '!'' wn ill: '." enter* I
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Xi'l'li'K is HEREBY HIVEN lhal
the underalgned, deairinH t.. engagi In
.ii-in.-.-.- under the fictitious nm.....f
CXIVERSAL TRADINS1 AND I'lS-
TRIIU'Ti 'i:s ii 66 in.t 68 N w Srd
Street, Miami, rTorlda Intend n. reg-
ister sai-l name with the Clerk <,f th.-
Circuit i'..mi Dade County, Oor-
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R mini: it I'lin.i.ii'S
HAROLD 'l' 'I.I'MAN
V:..- ii. f..r Appliciinl
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Miami. Hoi I i
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE l> HEREBY HIVEN that
the underalgned, desiring to engage In
Ibuatneaa under the flctltloua name of
MIDWAY BAR al !3St N E Ind Av
ime. Miami. Florida Intend to reglater
said name with the Kl.rk Of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida*.
ALFRED ANDERSON
Im IMEN1C I'i: lii-'
HKNKY \ KAMI'
Attorne) for Mldwa) Bag
i:'-.'4 Waahlngton Av<
Mi mil Beach. Florida
T 6-13-20-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW
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Irn ngag In
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"n 'K1AB SERVICE
il .i l| 31 Miami.
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'Injult C iurt >f
Dade
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN thai
i I dealrlng to engage In
husdneaa indei thi flctltloua name nl
C .<- u BAR at 4S7 N \\ 27th Ave-
ii .. Miami Intends t.. i. latei n I
n mi mill the Met k of the I 'In nit
of Dade County, Florida
Mi 'SAM i'i IRP
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Y ZITCERNICK
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICiAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No- 62C 7653
THE WII.I.IAMSBl'RtlH
- VVINliS MASK.
Plaintiff.
STEPHEN HARtrt.D MII.LHKISER
iin I AIDA MM.I.IIK.lsV.lt his a I
I '. -fell,||, lit.-
NOTICE OF oUIT
T< STEPHEN HAROLD MH.L-
HEISKR and Ml'\ MILL-
HEISER, In- wlf<
. 1Mb Avenui
R rook I) ii. S Y
You are hereb) notified thai the
above captloned nctlon haa been m-
Htltuted agalnal you In the Circuit
Court ..f the Eleventh Judicial Cir-
cuit of Florida in and for Dade Coun-
t\ t.. forecloai i mortgage upon Ihe
following deacribed real property:
I...I II, i:i..,k T! NORWOOD FIFTH
ADDITION SECTION "Nl:. ac-
cording to ihe i'liii thereof, record-
ed in Plat Booh 65, at Page 108 .,f
the Pnl.II.- Records of Dado County,
Florida, together with Venetian
Minds
Ymi are required t>> file your gn-
awer lo plaintiff's complaint with the
Clerk of thi aforesaid Court, and
n cop) thereof upon pgttttttff'l
attorne) MARTIN KINK, nth Floor,
l 'ad.- Federal Blda Ml iml Florida,
in.i later than Augual i'i' l62 !- i
i.....i Pro "onfei ;'l I.....ntei t
agalnal you
I 'ii. ,1 Jul) 16
K Ii LEATHERMAN
i l.-i k ,.f the Circuit 'ourt
.-. at) B) K M I.TMAN 1
l put) I ii it
M M:tin FINE
\i lorne) for I'lainilff
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Friday July 27. 1962 Jfnistffrrirftnr Page S-B T HE Ben Essens were hosts at their home Sunday morning combined breakfast and innun iii the Shalom Cruise Ihi Xi in Lines' SS Jerusalem (i so\ lo 20 ong guests was Mrs Irene in i sheer while dotted ... with a delicate floral print ic and foliage greea Hand, ted white lace inserts were the front of the bodice, and I near the hemline of her \rnel jersey, a travel was I lie choice of Mrs Rosenzweig. Her classic aisl was in gold and white il stripes, with a modified II collar. Miki Baskin chose a white Ite sheath. A narrow black was laced through the ..:.. : her short sleeves, and a band was laced through i m The ribbon ended small bow. F.yclette was • i i linn-,, nf Mrs Charles Hi r sheath w as the color ed coffee and featured a neckline and cap slce\ es : I'll combining blue Wi rn by Mrs Max off Her fitted bodice had a V neckline m both front and back, and her -kin was circular honey-colored nautical sheath |ua> selected for the breakfast by Mrs Fred J Armandc Punas. i Appliques of nautical flags decd the bodice. The nautical theme was carried out by Elton Kililman in the centerpieces [created in honor of those sailing Ion the SS Jerusalem. Israeli [sailors surrounded by a circle of Israeli flags were banked with [ white gladioli. I^IRS Max Weiti' sheath was in use pink moygashel Pink leaves were embroi on the bodice and a few "I down the front of her They were detailed with \ powder blue shirtwaist "' choice of Mrs Jerry Her high rounded neck• • ncircled with a double CONGREGATION ANSHE EMES 'dial n to all %  "• rid an ONEG SHABBAT Friday, July 27th at 8 P.M. %  '•• %  ome its new • Leader R abbi Samuel R. Stone 2533 S.W. 19th A ve. strand of large baroque pearls and crystals A sheer white shirtwaisl was worn by Mrs Jack Goldstein. Pastel pink ribbon was laced through the eyelette trim on the bodice, and a pink satin belt was at the w ai-I Cool looking in white, iced with turquoise, was Mrs William Kafkind Her drc.-s was of white ribbed arnel. with a square neck line on ihe fitted bodice, and deep box pleats in the skirt. A sash of medium width in the turquoise repeated the color of her long single strand necklace of beads and crystals. Mrs. Akiva Goffer, whose husband is a Zim lines vice president, selected a gold and red silk print in the basic shirtwaist style A cotton plaid in multi-colored ice cream colors was worn by Mrs Harold Kaufman Her typical summer dress had a low square neckline in both front and back, and the full comfortable skirl lud blue voile was the i he ice HI Mrs Charles Rosenfeld The deep V neckline had a tripletiered collar that was cut wide to form a short sleeve. Each tier was edged with bright red, her belt and accessories were also in red and hi r skirt was soft I > gathered kJ R S Israel Teitch chase an %  avocado-colored moygashel linen sheath with a high rounded neckline and shirt sleeves. White pearl buttons, in groups of threes, went down the entire front of the dress. Moygashel linen was also the choice of Mrs. Philip Thau. In white, her waist length jacket featured black scroll embroidery. Hostess. Mrs. Ben Essen, was in a striking two-piece ensemble featuring a black and white petitpoint check cotton. Her sheath skirt was topped with a jacket that ended just below the waist Fitted in front, the back fell into a flared capelette, and the wide shawl collar was deeply notched Bakalars Say Vows in Gables Miss Susan Ellen Freedman and Martin Bakalar were united in marriage on Sunday. July 8. Dr. Irving Lehrman performed the alternoon ceremony at the home of the bride's cousin. Dennis Could, 7550 Ponce de Leon rd.. So. Miami Following a reception in the garden, the newly-weds left for Nassau On their return they will live in Queens, NY Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Freedman, 5755 SW 57th ter.. the bride is a graduate of Miami Senior High, attended the University of Florida, and graduated from the University of Miami Her sorority is Alpha Epsilon Phi. For her wedding, she chose a gown of peau de soie and alencon lace. The bouffant veil was held by a lace pillbox, and she carried white orchids on a Bible. Attending the new Mrs. Bakalar were Frances Preedman and Wendy Alvin Melody Alvin was flower girl, and Patricia Barrett was in charge of the guest book The bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs. Victor Bakalar. of Flushing, NY A graduate of New York University, he is now attending the university's dental school, and is a member of Alpha Omega. Temple Zion 'Cabaret Night' Temple Zion Sisterhood will sponsor a "Cabaret Night" at the Carillon holel Saturday evening. In addition to dancing and entertainment, there will be a free trip to Nassau and to Binnni on the. Calypso Lines, and a weekend tor !v II at Ihe Carillon hotel Mrs Otto Hynian is in Charge of reservations. Werner-K ihn MRS. MARTIN BAKALAR Bruce Bakalar. the bridegroom's brother, was his best man. and Ed Freedman. the bride's brother, served as usher. Double Ring Rites For Kazlows An early evening double ring ceremony united Miss Toby Dreyer and Stephen M. Kazlow at Tern pie Menorah on Sunday. July 22. with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz officiating The bride wore a formal gown of silk satin with an illusion off shoulder neckline daintily bordered in sequins and scattered lace The tightly molded long torso bodice Mowed into a bouffant redingote -atin skirt over a front panel of Calais lace all sweeping to a long graceful satin train. A coronet of sequins and seed pearls held the hand-rolled silk illusion veil, and she carried a familyheirloom prayer book covered with white Catalaya orchids Attendants were Miss Barbara Dreyer, the bride's sister, and Mrs. William Glass, sister of the bridegroom Serving as best man was William Glass, junior usher was Nat Dreyer. the bride's brother, and stuart Harvey and Orin Harvey were ringbearers. I'arents of the new Mrs. Kazlow are Mr and Mrs. Morris Dreyer, 5912 SW 31st st The bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs. Seymour M Ka/low. 1578 Normandy dr The young couple are both graduates of Miami Senior High Mr Kazlow attended the University of Florida When they return from a honeymoon in Peurto Rico, the Virgin Islands. Curacao and Aruba. the newlyweds will live at 120 NF 55th St. Glassmans Take Honeymoon Tour Mr and Mrs Eugene M Gilbert 118(1 Biarritz dr.. announce the mar riage of their daughter, Joan Flayne. to Dr. Paul Sanford Glass man. son of Mr. and Mrs Martin Classman, of Detroit, Mich The ceremony on June 19. in Oak Park. Detroit, was performed by Rabbi MOMS Lehrman. brother of Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of Temple Finanu-FI of Miami Beach The former Miss Gilbert graduated from Miami Beach High, and attended the University of Alabama, where she was a member el Delta Phi Epsilon sorority. She is an alumna of the University of Miami and is presently on the faculty Of Parkway Elemental-] School here. Dr Classman graduated from Central High in Detroit and Wayne State University, where he was aftiliated with Gamma Kappa Chi and Tau Epsilon Phi fraternities He also graduated from College of Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery in Des Moines, la., when' he was a member of Lambda Omicron Gamma Dr Glassman is presently aim iated with Northwest Hospital and Genera] Hospital of Greater Miami, an 1 is a resident physician ai Magnolia Hospital After an extended trip through, Michigan and Canada, the newlyweds will live in Park View Island, Miami Beach. >**& \Wrn,r-K:ilin MRS. STfPHfN KAUOW Harmony Chapter 'Luau' Saturday Harmony chapter of B'nai B'nth Women is having its annual outdoor Luau on Saturday evening at the home of Mrs Sam RosenUial, 894-84th st. Refreshments will be server), and there will he games and entertainment. In charge of reservations are Mrs Jack Cohen and Mrs Susan Friedburg Kravitz, Schrank Engagement Told Mr and Mrs Tom Kravitz, L0321 1: Broadview dr., Bay Harbor I-lands, announce the engagement of their daughter, Linda, to Edward Schrank. The prospective bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs Bertram P, Schrank, Of Hartford, Conn. formerly ol Miami Beach. He is now a senior at Tulane I'nr. ersity on her Happiest Day... | \\. rn< 1 -Kahn MISS LINDA KRAVITI have a truly luxurious wedding ZH fashion show %  I banquet %  • exciting Seville Horn Matchless facilities, experienced management, "pert staff-all to serve you for much les man you could imagine. RememberitViLLE affair-whether for 10 or 1.000'5 served with the same gracious easel KOSHER CATERING AVAILABLE C4U ECTEUI POUffi II 2-2511 "W •* CFRONT. 28th TO SOth STREETS, MIAMI BEACH Trio Elected fo Board The election of I'll Berger, Miami Beach attorney. Milton Komito, manager of radio station WCKR, and Norman Liebling, operator of Norman-Shoreman Hotels and Villas, as members of the hoard of governors of National Children's Cardiac Hospital has been an nounced by Richard I lUieiison chairman of the hoard of the tree non-sectarian hospital A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. PR 9-4401 107S KAMI CONCOUBSI. 96th STRUT SAT HARBOR ISLANDS. MIAMI RIACN



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Page 10-A +Jewi$tnoridfon Iiidoy. July. 27, 1962 Noted Designer Brings Flare for Beauty To New Endeavor in South Florida A noted designer, sculptor, and decorator is establishing his home and a branch office in South Florida because of the "limitless opportunities here for self-expression and expansion of new living conit pts in our space age." Harry L. Linsky. N.S.I.D., former senior designer at General Motors in Detroit and the Chrysler Corporation of the same city, believes that the southern tip of peninsular Florida will some day be the "focal point of an international design and culture center, with not only creative programs encouraged by local industry, but a strong training and leaching structure set up to guide budding designera, artists, and architectural engineers." HARRY UNSKY Linsky, who studied with sculptor Carl Milles at the Cranbrook Academy of Art, and took a number of courses with the titan of architecture, Frank Lloyd Wright, is convinced that this area provides a rare combination of natural tropical beauty, the emergence of new industries, and the proximity of progressive educational plants such as the University of Miami, the new college at Boca Raton, and. others. Linsky's recent activities in the hold and motel field led him to the conclusion that the word "refurbishing" has become almost as important to hotels and institutions as the blueprints which launched them in the first place. He recently directed the entire refurbishing and face-lifting of the 11 -story Sarascta Terrace hotel in Sarasota, Fla. When he was director of design for Chicago's famed Ambassador East and West hotels, and the Hotel Sherman, he completely redecorated and revamped all 1,480 rooms at the Sherman. "Business zoomed," he said. Linsky is a space magician. He discovers ingenious ways to put dead space to work — at low cost. At brokerage offices in the 407 Lincoln Road Mall bldg.. he transformed a long narrow elevator foyer into a reception area and wailing room. The Sherman hotel, he made a secretary's office and foyer from a broom closet, turned a shower stall bathroom and linen closet into the general manager's office. wife and businessman may have become uru'ons.ijously enslaved to the "ultra-modern" in interior deH sign without tven so much as a backward glance at what has gone before. T<; flaunt tradition is not enough, h< saya. •Good taste — beauty without ostentaticn' — is important." At the Sever!) Savings and Loan Assn.. a Ch coveted the lobby chairs with go!ri kid leather. ••.lust like the opera slippers ladies wear today," he said. The theme of UM bank it — gold, naturally. Linskv is a tcard r-;mber of the Na'ic-e! Society o? Interior Designer:, a vice president of the FraiK Llcvd Wright Endowment FvMf, and is dasljn consultont for -any institutions throughout •-< country for new products ; -.:'.cing lig.-iting fixtures, f w M t i re corrected wall papers, arc -".rls. Narrow elevator foyer at a Miami Beach office building shows the "space challenge" which confronted the interior designer. Elevator doors are at right, beyond the screen. The cashier's cage is at far end of hall. Translucent lightinc rectangles were installed over head to provide dramatic lighting effect over the reception desk area. He reside! with ins u Blai < he, ami d • trieia I, at ii60 103rd St., 1 ; Harbor Islands, and maintain' disigj studios ;n Chicago and Mii • 1 ,:ch. Some of his ideas are bold, far in advance of his time and his drawing board. He designed a sliding door for low-slung sports cars, a full-view dashboard, and himself likes to race foreign models. (He was president of the Midwest Sports Car Club in Chicago.) Recently, his design for a "Frustration Room" at the swank Imperial Inn motel created quite a stir in architectural circles. Guests are encoura/jed to use this room as a way of relieving tensions by hurling breakable household furnishings against a brick wall. Hi has designed ;> revolving bed room of the future enclosed in Polaroid glass wh < h excludes light rays and visibility Linsk> has also created .•:: %  electrical '"kitchen of the future." which t< atun ;. circular island electr ranei with • rolling i hair ;< elimir.ati i xtra steps Linskj fi Is th< % %  • i home Report Bombing of Synagogue in Soviet Union NEW YORK — (JTA) — The bombing of a synagogue in Kutaisi, a town in the Soviet Republic of Georgia, was reported here last vtekend as having place during the fjrst week in June. The front of the synagogue was damaged. Local authorities removed two other t ombs planted in the synagogue, the report said. This is the second time within a month when the destruction of synagogues by terrorists was attempted in Georgia. The first attempt was made at the Georgian l(\\n of Tskhakya, where a synagogue was heavily damaged by lire Camp Avir Has Variety Show Camp Avir celebrated its midway mark on July 18 by presenting "Around the World in 60 Minutes," a variety show directed by Mrs Shirley Rothlein. Spain. Switzerland, Italy and France were represented with native songs and dances. Arts and crafts under the direci on (1 Mrs. Rose Comm have completed projects made of wood, sea .•;capes of shells, bread baskets and li < hot plates. The youngsters have had a Monte Carlo Day The children have also visited molds Park and the Zoo at Crandon Park. Trips to the Food Bakery, Bell Telephone Co., Men Go-Round Play' ise have been scheduled for the re %  Idren from 4 to y> can still 1 registered for the remaining veeks. Hj Rothstein is camp •%  --.w llv v bourses mgond oil wofer sport: on >V tec • • tu,:_ ^^— three nearby lakes. Swim in our temperature controlled pec's C c c '"'' '' •••ond be entertained. Pler.r, of % I* in Hot Vinos. ot name entertainers. 1TM0RE Private Pool Bear.h an Ml(W HOTEL AtMth ST., MIAMI BEACH -Ita For nformatlon and Retervat'ors Air Private Beacn ano p 00 l londit'ored Rooma • Parking on Prer JE 1-0331 • Cccktah Lc • Dining Ro 'a Entertain „r $' Daily Per Pen. | Dble.Oc NATIONAL PARK, ARKANsfl



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n j AWE ihe <1 Philadelphia, where they'll visit with Hazels brother [i i in-la\v, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Abram-. and daughter, Sandra. ., il to live here Then on to Broadway and the shows, \, A England, Canada and a swing around through Chicago and the mn west before returning home in five weeks The Cypens don'l know exactly where they'll be on Aug. 24. but wherever it is. || celebrate their 21st anniversary Just before they left. I ypen home on di Lido Island was the site of a swim party for c.-t members of Miami Beach High's "Midsummer's Nite in which talented Bonnie had a leading part • • • Mine Pallol could hardly wait to let her dad. E. Albeit ['allot, know that she had passed her tots and will study at the :. in Paris all summer In addition to advanced language she'll take early art history and culture, and social and ... French history Sow al last Rose (Mrs Alexander) Kogan has pictures of a child to whip out when the conversation turns to the cute tykes Suzanne Mcryle, daughter of Carol and Alexander born on July 10 at Mt. Sinai The new parents, Carol, of Boston U, and Alexander, jr. a graduate of Harvard |, now living here Here to greet the little heiress, her randparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Steinmarder, of Man Dinner party in their honor given by Rose and Alexander ir home last week Among the guests, Phyllis and David Miller and the Jack Sharoles—the girls are Hose's niece—and Mr. ,,:Joseph Rose The other Kogan son, Michael, is traveling in South America and the Caribbean ... A government major • thi University of Miami, he speaks fluent Spanish. Italian and French, and is representing an insurance company He has aped on several I'M television work-hops and could double for ronv Curtis • • • Harold Dunsky finds Israel grand, wonderful and exciting He was one "t 1" who had an hour-long interview with Prime Minister Bi n-Gurion Sound like a case of rough seas for Al and Mollie Hindi, who ectings from the "rock and roll Atlantic" They've been in Ireland tor a convention sponsored by the Variety Club R< t Jacob and Sylvia Katz having a wonderful and busy um: at their home. i;i2M4th ter Guests are son. Martin. ittei Yeshlva University in New York, daughter. Phyllis. i her husband, Rabbi Judah Rosenberg, here from Israel who is an alumna of the Hebrew Academy. Miami Beach Stern College teaches English at a high school in Ramal Judah, who was the youngest ordained rabbi from Yeshiva •> teaches social psychologj at Bar Han University The Brummer cousins and a large part of their family circle for dinner at Michel's Kosher restaurant and a night on the is ..irk Rev P llillei Brummer and his family, frequent tors from Philadelphia, were here for the occasion In adhis i>'il|>ii. Rev Brummer is a recording and concert • %  • • • Latest protect for Art Bruns, of Miami Springs Villas, is the Beachcombers Club, an organization whose members donate money help teed the homeless, hungry refugee children from Hong The clubhouse will be on a new riverhoat-restaurant being built bj Don the Beachcomber to be use i in the Hong Kong har• Rabbi !; Leon Hurwiti, formerly of Temple Zamora, now spiritual leader of Temple Israel m Daytona Beach, visiting Boston vife and daughter Jessica Houseguests of Rabbi and Israel Kalis, Rabbi llurwit/ was guest at Temple Mishkan ih lasl weekend .Before coming to Florida Rabbi llurwit/ the pulpit at Temple Iieih /.ion. Brookline Others the are visiting include the Benjamin Ginsbergs, the Hen skys and Mrs Joseph Gerkin Jessica, an honor gradMiami High, v. ill enter Brandies University in SeptemDuring the summer, she studied in the Hebrew department ush Theological Seminary in New York from Linda Hausman to her mother and dad. Florence llarrj Hausman, of North Day rd has the usual "Having a erful time," hut omits the convential "Wish you were here' Guess the 14-year-old and her friends. Marcia Kratish and Fine do : rt want Camp Belle Aire in Sparta. Tenn clul %  up with parents • • • Sam and Dodo Falick enjoying a vacation in the north, where 'he> are visiting with family and friends in New York Lots of • Riven m their honor in Belle Harbor. L.I. Brief parting of ways, when Sam returns home and Dodo travels in the other direction for further visiting with friends and family in New England Having traveled to Israel last summer to see brothers from *'|>om he had been separated for 35 years. Mike Forer and his *'•*'. Ida, made the briefer hop to Atlanta and Augusta this year for a visit with relatives and friends this haven't seen in 25 years Then they winged their way to Mt. Kisco. NY. where the vedding of a cousin served to reunite them with 200 other memhers of the clan ... A brief respite at home, and now Mrs. Forer %  on her way to Hendersonville. N.C., to see her children. Mindy and Joe. who are at Camp Blue Star Back from a week in Caracas. Shirley and Sam I) Goodman combined business and pleasure in the surprisingly modern city Particularly impressed by the jet trip wich took just two and a half hours, the magnificent mountains, and the highways built right into them .... Another couple using vacation time for visiting with relatives and friends. Claire and Arthur Rosichan—he's the executive director of Greater Miami Jewish Federation—who just returned from Klma. NY. Also stopped briefly to see son. Richard, who's a k'ng some courses in Gotham Town, although he's a bona fide -dent a 'he University of Miami. eJewish Floridian Miami, Florida. Friday. July 27, 1962 Section 3 Summertime is reading time for Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-El. Top row (left to right) are Mesdames Alex Kogan, Mortimer Cohen, Sol Shaye, Murray Maisel. Philip Salmon. Benjamin Cypen. Second row are Mesdames Hirsh Adler, Charles Rosengorten. George Feuer. Isidore Newman. Tobias Sussman, Arthur Applebaum. Jack Silverman. Allen Goldberg. Reuben Levin. Third row are Mesdames JuOn hand for a Saturday evening dance are Mr. and Mrs. Milton Gold and Mr. and Mrs. Murray Gorstein. The next big social event at Westbrooke Country Club will be Saturday evening at a December-in-July dinner dance Members will bring toys for distribution at hospitals and children's homes in the area. Brilliant Student Surfside Guest Winner of the Surfside contest for the nation's most brilliant student. Joanne Schor. of Gary. Ind has been enjoying an interesting and exciting vacation. Chosen in a nationwide contest for the most outstanding high school scholar. Joanne received an all expense vacation for herself and her family as the guest of the Town of Surfside and the Chamber of Commerce of Surfside-Bal Harbour Bay Harbor Islands. Miss Schor was met at the air port on Jtily 9 by a group of Surf side residents and received at Surf side Town Hall with a proclamation presented by Mayor Sidnej King and Vice Mayor Louis Hober man. She has attended the ice show at the Americana, a Kiwanis luncheon where she met the 1962 Miss Universe, a barbecue and swim party, and attended a Chamber of Commerce luncheon. She has also enjoyed an all-day boat trip to Ft. Lauderdale. as well as to Bimini. as guest of Council mn Lee Howard, and an evening a; the Acorn Theatre, trips to Seaquarium. Miss I'm verse Pageant, Vizcaya, a ;lass bottom boat trip. lius Saperstoin, A. A. Rothstein. Irving Cypen. Jack Fox, Murray Schwaitzman. Joseph Lipton, Julius Mufson, Albert Ossip, Jack Katzman. Raymond Malschick. Bottom row aTe Mesdames Max Bauer. Harry Brick, Benjamin Greene. Sol Goldstein, president, Milton Blum Leonard Glickman. Lillian Goodman. Samuel Weisen. Paul Plotkin. Emanu-EI Ladies Learn More About Temple Library In keeping with the theme Of the past year. "Know Your Temple members of Temple Emanu El Sis terhood are this summer ende oring to learn more about the Tent pie Library. Mrs Sol Goldstein, presi'ent, Mrs Joseph Abelow. library chair man, and Mrs Aaron Cown. lib rarian, have been encouraging members to tour the library, u • %  was formally opened by Dr. Ir Lehrman, spiritual leader of T pie Emanu El. back in 1956 Book purchases are made throu contributions marked by bookplati l earing the name of the don Over :i(Mi rare books from a spe ial collection were recently pur chased in England b) friei ot Samuel Friedland, honorary i ie s i d e n i of the Temple, mark hi60th birthdaj Many the bookin the Friedland collection are first editions Religious school teachers range to hold class in the libr aboul once every two weeks. with each class taking turns, so thai more than one class a day marthe concentrate I study purpose this arrangement. Circulation of books is limited I Temple members and children of the religious school, but non-memIH is are invited to use the library for reading and reference. As if now. the library contains some 3.000 volumes in Hebrew, Yiddish and English, with the referentsection containing a Talmud. Midrath, Zohar. Mishnah. dictionaries. Bibles. Jewish encyclopedias, and American Year • Books, a m o n 4 countless others. fmmo Lazarus Card Party Emma Lazarus group of Hadas; ah will have a summer card party at the Lucerne hotel Sunday even ing. Chairman for the affair 1 Mrs Benjamin Linde. Refr ments will be served.



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"•Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY %  Volume ^5 — Number 30 Miami, Florida. Friday. July 27, 1962 Congress I Accepts No Bias Proviso WASHINGTON — (JTA) — A Senate-House conference committee incorporated last weekend into the fina version of the Foreign Assistar.cc Act an amendment rei.uirl % %  < %  President to report ant implementation of an antibiai provision pertaining to liscrim ation by Arab states ggainsl erican Jewish citizens. \lxretained in the bill mas the K'.ciii'•'slpern amendment which warned -1 ions like Egypt that they could : %  : expect American aid if! the; continued diverting their own issets : purchase of Soviet arms.' Tht ,r.i bias measure, known %  t the Javits-Fartostein amendment, requires the President, for the firs* time in history, to report etch year to Congrats on progress mada on the Congresv ic-nal declaration in tho Foreign Ass stance Act which says: "It it the policy of the United States te support the principles of increated '(('cmic cooperation and trade a-nong countries, freedom | of the P'HJ, information and religion, treedom of navigation in international waterways, and recognition cf the right of all private persons to travel and pursue their lawful activities without discrimination at to race or religion Two Sections — Price 20* Nasser Vows He's Ready For Attack Against Israel LONDON—(JTA>—Egypt's two topmost leaders. President Gamal Abdel Nasser and War Minister-Field Marshall Abdel Hakim Amer, announced boldly in Cairo on Monday that the rockets fired by the Egyptians Saturday, and other armaments exhibited in a "Revolution Day' parade, are being amassed for a war against Israel, according to Cairo dispatches received here, •I want the world to know," Nasser coup which overthrew King said President Nasser, "that we Farouk, and declared: will not allow Palestine to remain WAS NO SURPRISE DICMTOIT MASSIK feffing prepare** in the hands of Israel. As the world has seen, we are getting reedy." Marshal Amer took the salute of I Egypt'! armed forces, alongside! President Nasser, as Cairo watched the military parade celebrating the tenth anniversary of the Lonesome Anti-Semite Sends Hate Literature to Argentina "The United Arab Republi force hat full command of the skies in our area. Its armed forces ere the strongest in Africa and the Middle Eatt. The enemy facing the Arab world is Israel, an imperialist base. The fact that Israel has an atomic reactor, functioning in secret, leads us to beleve that she will use it for aggressive purposes." The reports from Cairo indicatB G Cabinet ic.ir Studies Egypt Rocket Firing Thi -.ress further declared thai ..' distinction made by foreign ns.ti ns between American citizen' ecause of race, color, or religion the granting of. or the : personal or other rights' availabh to American citizens, isI lo our principles The ( r.ference eliminated, howatement In the House ver bill staling lhat in all with any foreign nation with respect to any funds apunder authority of this BUENOS AIRES — (JTA' — An American anti-Semite took a hand this week in helping stir anti-Jewish propaganda in Argentina, by sending threatening letters against Jews to Argentine newspapers. The letters are signed Ku-Klux-Klan Dragon Horace Sherman Miller, and the address given is Post Office Box 5002, Waco. Tex Continued on Paqe 3A Correo de la Tarde, an important afternoon paper here. Monday published a photostat of the letter which reads "Very soon, the Argentina jews will have to declare a strike for 1,000 hours, when we shall start working" The letter was obviously referring to the fact that last month Jewish businessmen here, joined by many nonJews, conducted a half-day business stoppage in protest against renewed, intensified anti-Semitism in Argentina. (According to the national offices of the B'nai B'rith Anti Defamation League, in New York, a man named Horace Sherman Miller, at the given address in Waco, Tex., has been operating a hatemongering apparatus, almost entirely personal, with no sigContinued on Pa.-je 5-A JERUSALEM — JTA) Prim* Minister David Ben-Gurion—who is aiso Minister of Defense—gave Sun day's session of the Cabinet here a report on Egypt's launching of rockets in the desert, about 50 miles form Cairo He analyzed the t i'thai.'Tn"addition to"the rockets dpv elP m from its military asfired Saturday. Egypt also pospec,s as these affect Israel sesses new MIG-21 jet fighters reA spokesman for the Governcently acquired from the Soviet ment disclosed that Egypt's rock Union, as well as the new Soviet el fir >"g was "no surprise" to the TU-16 bombers, plus Russian tanks Isr aeli Government, which was : and new. Soviet types of artillery, aware of its imminence. Mr Ben Nasser boasted in his speech Gurion, in his report, emphasized opening the "Revolution Day" cele,he role played in Egypt's rock bration that he has still other, see,l *v program by foreign experts cret armaments. He told his Sundays Cabinet meeting also crowds: "You will not see all of received from Mr. Ben-Gurion a my new weapons Some will reproposal for the establishment of Continued on Page 9-A Showdown Seen on Arab Refusal to Support UNEF an Israeli War College The proposal was approved The War Col Continued on Page 11-A Terrorist Attacks Against Jews Reported Rising in Uruguay MONTEVIDEO (JTA) \ 34-year-old Jewish physician. Maximon • attacked here this week by four anti-Semitic youths who him into a car and cut a swastika into his leg It was the in a few days and police made no ar 'hird ar,;. Semitic attack hen rests in an> of them. v same time, Dr. Carlos the Argentine Interior Ministi • ;, peated in Buenos Aires, bis pledgi to act vigorous!) to prev *nl Hi, recurrence of the spate '• anti-Semitic incidents which -hocked the Argentine Jewish com tounitj during the past month. 9 roe*eci>for ? •X/L U7, ?/ Gideon Hausner, the man who prosecuted Adolf Eich mann. discusses the roots behind anti-Semitism toda> on PAGE B-A Dr. Handel was tricked by a telephone call from a person purporting to need medical aid. When he alighted from his car at the given address, he was beaten unconscious and hauled by the attackers into another car. When he regained consciousness, the men had fled and he made his way to a first aid station where he was hospitaliied with a fractured skull. Dr. Handel told police that he thought he heard his assailants say "Lor.-J live Hitler" and "Death to the Jews." Dr. Handel has no political record of any kind. In an earlier incident. Miss Soledad Barret, a non-Jewish Uruguayan girl, also was seized and brandjed with a swastika. In the first I of the three attacks. Elbio YamanContinued on Page 2 A UNITED NATIONS — (JTA) — With the International Court of Justice, an organ of the United Nations, having ruled that all members of the UN must pay the COStS of all IN operations, including the I'nil i Nations Emergency Force I guarding the peace between Israel and Egypt, observers here believed thai the most critical showdown will ultimately face the United Na lions on the issues of financing the UNEF in the Gaza area and the costs of the UN operations in the Congo The court, ruling in an ad\ 1st rj capacity, by a vote of 9-5, held that member states must pay the UNEF and Congo costs, regardless of whether they agree with the decisions thai set up these forces The principal defaulters in regard o UNEF are the countries of the Sov-et bloc, which owe $19,394,351 on the UNEF account, and the Arab states, which owe $1,469,019 on that account. Egypt, which had agreed to the stationing cf the UNEF in the Gaza Strip and at Sharm el-Sheikh, overlooking the Gulf of Akaba, refuses to pay for the UNEF operations there. In accordance with UN procedures the entire issue goes back now to the General Assembly, which had requested the advisorj opinion on the issue from the World Court It is estimated that it may take -it least two years before the issue comes in a head—if the Assembly chooses to follow through on the matter A member in default of payments totaling two Continuec 1 on Page 16-A PRIMi MINfSTEff BtNGURION serious view Nazi Rallies Rouse British MP Ire LONDON—(JTA)—Pressure mounted this week over British Government pollens toward the holding of public meetings by pro-Nazi groups. The Police Commissioner's posting of hca\> police contingents at Trafalgar Square for a rally of Sir Oswald Mosley s British Union Movement on Sunday was seen as the answer to widespread public complaints against the near-riot — provoked by Colin Jordan's British National Socialist movement at an anti-Semitic rally in Trafalgar Square on July 1. The Board of Deputies of British Jews sent a delegation to discuss the upsurge of Fascist activities with Scotland Yard officials. The board, in a statement issued shortly before the Mosley rally, strongly urged Jews to stay away from it. The board also asked British Jews to write to the Parliamentary representatives to urge that public meetings organized to spread race hatred should be banned. The issue came up in the House of Commons where a Government spokesman said that British police had not been able to find enough evidence lo sustain a prosecution of the British National Socialist movement under the Public Order Act. 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Jnciay. July 27. 1S62 /< &f iff fUrHinr Page 3-A Congress Affirms Anti-Bias Provision Continued from Page 1-A Act, these principles shall plied." Application of ihe anti-hias measure i> "discretionary." subject to ihe judgment of the President. A number oi members of Congress have served notice that this year's bill represents Ihe last time they will retrain from insisting on mandatory language. In their view, the Congress has expressed itself year after year on this issue, only to be ignored by the Executive department. The Jvits-Farb$teir imtndA cr.eck lor S500.000. first payment on a SI million gift from •ne Gustav Wurzweiler Foundation, is presented to Dr. Samuel Lkin (right), president of Yeshiva University, by Dr. Joseph H. Lccksiem. spiritual leader of Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun, New York, and president of the Foundation. The gift will be ..sec to develop the nation's first school of social work under ewish auspices at Yeshiva. Choi Chapter Card Parly %  %  i r ol b nai B rith • will hold a card party on v night at th< I'urrimotel ..:. is Mrs CharitJulius m< Sondberg ifund-raisI %  M UF Chapter Plan Firms Announced • 20 %  %  repentir.s •" %  DatU companies ha< <• % % %  :;• United Fund firms, it was • %  .i-( „r I Dt>ol\ %  %  • ,:.::•: ; ..:. commitchapU r !'.•>:. i it -i.iiitatiiii ..• for L'nited Fund. porati • %  yeai •:-. velfan and char• %  %  %  : : %  md inclui M : %  .! i ha rman of Dtviannounced ihe follow ing r.tments in the Mercantile %  S Walker, president ot RichDepartment Store, chairman; bile and accessories, RayFogartj pisidenl oi Don %  II \ roll'. Foods und never%  -ii oi resources for purchase of Soviet munitions It was sponsored in the Senate by Sen Kenneth Keating. New York I,cpublican, and in Ihe House by Rep. Seymour Halpem. No* York Republican. **^VS*W*<'V^N*%*%*VV^^Vw*> Yad Vashem Gets Memorials Rabbi Pekarsky, Dean of HHIel, Dead at Age 57 By Special Report CHICAGO -I'.'nai B nth mourned the death last week of Rabbi V rice Pekarsky, dear, ol the !' R"n;h HiUel Foundation staff and director oi its program a; the I'mversit} f < /:...;.•_. II %  died July 11. a day I his 9 ith birthday. Rabbi Pekarsk> sun *nbed '' lowing .-, heart attack. '.'.> died Michai l Reese Hospital h i< Rabbi Pekarsky spent his entire rabbinical career of 29 years with the B'nai B'rith Hillel program serving .is a counselor and religiou advisor to Jewish student* *n-l '.irulty members. He joined the Hi''el staff 'ollowir.g his ordination from Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in 1933. Rabbi Pekarsk} pioneered in the i stablishment of B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation units at throe major American universities — Cornell University in 1033. Northwestern University in 1!37 and at the I'm versify of Chicago In l!)5fl he was granted temporary leave from his pest at the university to establish Hillel activities at the Hebrew l'nivorsit\ in Jeru salem Born in Poland in !!>(,.> Rabbi Pekarsky immigrated with his family to the l'nited States and spent his boyhood in Grand Ra pids. Mich. He received his under graduate degree from the University of Michigan in 1930. and did graduate work in social psycholog) at both the University of Iowa and Ihe University of California. He frequently lectured at the University of Chicago and Northwestern University on the literature and history of religions. Rabbi Pekarskj was a past na tional president ol Avukah. tin American Student Zionist Fi ation, and served as an edu consultant i I th< I .. bureau for t!i' Jew.-;-. < oi Servici Yafis Hear Medicare Talk Your.\ 5 Ol to hear Dr Hi rr; W '.' %  a meetii low n Hal Dr, VYolk was %  %  peri JERUSALEM — (JTA Thirty memorial books containing the names ol some HC.ooo Jewish victims of the Nazis from the Netherlands were presented by the Netherlands War Graves Foundation this week to Yad Vashem, the Israeli agency devoted to memorializing the victims oi the Nazi holocaust. In ceremonies attended by Education Minister Abba Elian. Netherlands Ambassador Baron Willem (•overs and Aneh KubOV'l, director 11 Yad Yashem. the memorial volumes wenpresented by Mrs H. (i Van Anrood>. chairman ol Ihe Netherlands War Graves Foundation It took thi staff of the Foundation five yearto compile the memcnal books which were inspected hyQueen Juliana before they were lispatched to Israel. 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i^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^u Page 8-A +Jewist fhrktiar Friday. ]uly 27, 1962 ^j Prosecutor Views Anti-Semitism's Roots Today By GIDEON HAUSNER There are focal points in the nnals of every nation when hisli ry releases powerful forces, which signify new. great turns in the n.-mal flow of historical traffic. This country knew many such high points which retlected in outstanding personalities, such as the frames of the Constitution. George Washington or Abraham Lincoln :the long Jewish history one can hi se landmarks in the t, in the strug • oi he Ma, cabeans or in the %  It of the Bar K. chba. • h air it i i ry nation; m< tin i • foi centur%  %  f supreme importhappens And then, in a • i n fl.-.. hi Men powers are unleashed in rapid succession. These arc the moments which determine %  .... '• -• inies and when e\ erj individual can almo>t personally rtei the touch of the wings of history. It is then that the future, sometimes the very existence of rations, is at stake. This generation of ours seems U he at exactly such a crossroad : Jewish history, having witnessed two fateful events following each < ther: One was the tragedy oi European Jewry which found lt••wesome culmination in the de.'ruction of over six million people: the other was the establishment of a Jewish state in Israel. Successful Genocide Since the emergence of the Jewish people over 3.000 years ago upon its delivery from the house of tondage, we have had varied contacts with the non-Jewish world, tinguished. For this nearly sueand vulnerable enough to give waj contacts which were often hostile., cessful genocide, we had to wait under pressure, sometimes friendly. But never beunti| [he twenlieth ccnlury nawnj lire was there a phase in which ........ .. _. the very existence of the Jewish j t llmbed a Ihe wa >' from the Dark people as a whole was in danger.' Ages, through the Renaissance. With only the exception of the through the cultural and social story related in the Book of Esther.' achievements of modern civiliiaabout the then attempted genocide, Gideon Hausner in prosecutor's argument during Eichmann trial in Jerusalem. Seated with earphone is Dr. Robert Servatius. defense counsel. The cnrrenl ibi tttt i | anti'Sfmituin ra Argentina and Urn and the mub meetings m London attending th< rex % % % %  | S Mosleytype Fascism to the Bni an explained in tome ?uurten as deriving from the aftermath of the /--uf.: ca\ of Adolj Eichmann tect of the G< -.. uti problem H a Third F \ ne -;••..:.• m %  ..•• ui the £u'hmin personalu\ than the man colonel who u>em i, I • % % %  • il Long Live I many. Long Life Argentina Long Live Austria I .>' % %  of ihe complete :u: 0/ ,:•-. address b\ Hausnei ventlon <>/ B'nai B'nth in Washmgi •-. D.C last May In 1 the I prosecutor offers his outi i uv time. • %  %  '...• %  : Even more important is the question "What are we going to do about it"" An organism which can go down with such a disease must be treated and cured; people whose abodes were demolished by a volthere never was an imminent dan!' tion only t0 faJ1 at lhls turn of j canic disaster and whose dear ones per to the future existence of Jew-, history into the abyss of Hitlerism, were crushed under streams of ry. i with its proclaimed policy of hatred : burning lava, will not and cannot There were, of course, frequent and of racial superiority, which persecutions of individuals or of : inevitably lei to mass murder, communities, there were pogroms. ^ twis m human pro gress extortions, expulsions and boycotts, j poses a pressing and immediate there was much bigotry and hatred.! problem before everyone, Jew and but never before did Jewryface n( ,n-Jew alike. How was it poss1.he immediate peril of being ex-: ible? Whether we like it or not. pretend that everything will be all right from now on, that life may go on as usual because the menacing murmur inside the mountain of death is not so loudly heard for the moment. If moral values are to survive this problem will live with us for in this world some lesson must be the rest of our days and will re-1 derived from the past and some quire an intelligent answer It i urgent and pres.-i; sing measures mu-t Miami Hebrew Now Rfk+h tfnrloch wi not be P ssib,e anv more iol h e adopted! For "us Yews'if we %  ^ WT M^III iWUCjn revert to normal, as if nothing ever wish to survive, some practical reAt a special congregational meet' happened; to shut our eyes or turn suit, musl follow, ing held July 17. Miami Hebrew our heads away, maintaining we ation voted to change its are now to have a fresh start, that Infant Slauahter %  to Beth Kodesh Congregabygones should be left alone and just too much for the ordinary „.,,,„) we can neither grasp nor visualize such an enormous crime, I ike rays of light outside the usual span of the spectrum it does not register on cur minds. Such figures remain jus; numbers with no reto content.behind them. Let me. therefore, tell you one episode out ol the recorded mill• 11 dues not, by any standard, pn sent Ihe low* -1 watermark of x.,,, %  Nazis were cularb anxi to 1 roy, a.. j c |, J( ••• ;-h ellll > 1.-, the h 1 •lie n; features s th< • leness ol ihi Naz ci ime dis ivages who save the enemy chil Iren if •0 raise thi 11 as membei ol ihi • icti rious tril Thi N however, d n ct d their utmost fury inwardthe Jewish lit) %  ake sure thai complete eradi cation of Jews in the generations to come will follow. Our holidays wen occasions especially selected fur the massacre of children Having some knowledge of our prayers on the High Holidays, including the one in which we make an analog) between the Lord sitting in judgment to a shepherd who counts hiflock and makes his sheep pass under the rod, the Nazis used this as a -pee ial feature oi cruelty And so it came to pa-on Hush Hashona, in the year 1943, thai thousands of Jewish children were herded out of the barracks of the Auschwitz death camp An SS man affixed a rod high up on a posl and ordered the children to pass beneath it, telling them that those who were nut able to touch the rod with their heads would be thrown into the crematorium. Plans foretold When the horrified children re fused to move, they were brutally whipped. And so they started on their way a piteous column of awestricken, emaciated Jewish children. The first ones tried to reach the rod. walking on tiptoes, but this was soon discovered and forbidden. A few otherput stones in their shoes to get some additional elevation, to become a little higher than they really were Over 2.000 Jewish children were too small for their heads (O touch the rod, and were thrown into flames that very day Those lew who managed to pass the macabre teal were to y their Nazi jailers that they wen allow ed to survive for the time being because they wire big HlOUgh i„ do some work. But th should henceforth be aware that it was 1 not the Lord in Heaver, who was having them p;iss unaei ,i rod to determine whether the live or 1 die. Ihe Nazis were! 1 .-hall span you so even more gnu-erne e\ uples ol bestiality and il deliberj infliction of agony and suf! rig on 1 millions of inrocent pe the twelve years of the Nazi rule in Euro| e The amazing thing ab %  thi generi intei I stroy the J< %  as so ".il and made kno his bor. Kampf." publis d man fore the wai • well his 1.11 heand 1 I 1 I dc.i did not concei his e\ He preached hatred op : 1 fore he w as able to 1 tice The concentration car>s were there for everybody to before civilized humanii >se up in armagainst Ni Ei G< n my li wasn't even a case of :nappearing on the wall; the ntentions were plainly and fully < In his famous speech i: III man Heischslag. eight n nths before the outhrtak of the second World War. Hitler said t should an armed conflict arise. ie re. • I will be neither the triuiv sh of lh< capitalists nor the victi of thi communists, but the de. ition of world Jewry Yet nobod) cared. T iffu l attitude of the fr worl %  ithat he cannot mear. all this inouslv il is no more than a pdevise This u;is the se ive applied to the w. r: s cor.'nee. Hitler did mean it seriously. When given Ihi power a • : "he op portunity, h translated us plans into H gruesoOM realityIt is a p<'int t( reme I ler that even today we ;.r faced ith some dictators who make no bo les about their intention to anni v 1 Ite that part of the surviving r%  nnant <>f Jewry which lives in Israel. Their pronouncements, as be-ore. art ascribed today t< propa.: .uta necessities intended for internal consumption only. So this consciencelubricating devici if aga:: applied. There is, how\er. every reason to believe that these die..tors ar iserious in their design; ,i. Hitler was anpiri;;iai • 1. said that "the religio ties of our congregation 11 new name given thicommunity sii Shapiro habeen 5] Ina] leadi r of Beth David. ; dent ol the Greater Miami Rabat Assn., executive member he National Conference of Chrisbans and Jews here, and of Fedfection of an animal disi • • tion an Community Che • He was one of Ihe organizerof the local Zionist Organization and h Congress and served as a j'trmanent member of "the .Miami J.oundtable" weekly radio program. that it is only the future which 1Lei us not lull oursi 1 il consequence. The future stemfalse confidence that these [1 from the past. Even il we all a that Hitlerism was a patholi rescence on our ci Ihis would merely be labeling the imenon and not explain: question will still remain Hov was it ful events ai ever Thirty -. ; that ii • "; '<' of civi izi rj l %  .: %  %  %  cultui al G the Naz ah all their bi possible in this century fur. pai great section of mankind to bebe so sure thai this inow contaminated with the inchapter fur all places of an animal disi • mes? Should we try to explain it away, Th, picture of the as some people do. by saying that te r which b. was merely an eruption of besol a third ol th, 1 h tiality out of the depthol hi Iden so staggerinB ha v oVi ; layers of evil, then again we havi ""„-,,,?," to assume that the evil is here describe'!! h L n l^S*" v it li us, hiding unde •'hat happen,,! Six n r a cover, thin I ion innocent people put to BANKS SELL SERVICE and SERVICE IS PEOPLE PEOPLE MAKE THE DIFFERENCE AT 12rh AVENUE Sg* FLAGLER Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation F. deC. 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— Belay, July 27. 1962 >Jtl*iifrrrkti>in Page 13-A GEMS OF WISDOM Is not this the fast that I have \hosen' To loose the fetters of vic\ednett, to undo the band of I \> % %  \,'k,e. and to let the oppressed r Is it not to deal your bread : i hungry, and that you bring r poi to your house' 14 'rethe flawed, that you im and that you hide not %  from y< ur own flcli' BIBLE ISAIAH Bilam Teaches Us to Guard Against Deceit and Flattery icxmt 5 rCetigious <=L^ijc s e r v i c e s J his IV e e k e n a % %  re effective tha-i .."• r i\ done itfith .c •( rmi' with one i perBERAKOl • • • %  ber A A! I .. %  .. : ... no ... %  %  -CUZARI • • • in fasting it colled -AMI! I • • • • %  ••;.:';< I you irritable .: .. ..: %  !!. -I I I K II *SIDIM • • d • ••• % %  • r %  lecui m.l\ not : :.-. < %  I fast TAAS'll in the Bl RAKOl • • • .' nl i* that hi u %  %  even when he tell. %  •: SIMEON p. veil M : | letrew C—.cm ertation D^BhT 1\ P .D*r3-| fiap inn *aa "liTxn rriEix bw |>n nycj |nip naaa .'rtn .D'SJJ rntthn noj?n }n ma? ")$"^V n ?? r^-a 150 ioo) njDpn T I : n$*rx vpipn .(natf 1 ? %  ?i:r mnii x*m ,naio .nrnx D'ptfa DX >*n rroam nxi D-C i^cK^ n-^sj ax .^ana mpen 1 ? -?a ,otirr*a By RABBI JONAH E. CAPLAN Temple Adath Yeshurn An interesting episode in the early history of our people unfolds in this week'.-portion of the Torah which bears a massage for our people for all times. I'.alak. King of Moab, sent messengers to Bilam with the following request: "Behold, there is a people come out of Egypt; behold it covereth the fan of earth; and it is abiding op* posite me. And now I pray thee, I curse this people, for it is too \ mighty for me: perchance I may | be able to smite them and drive it out of the land Bilam. who the rabbis tell us was the foremost philosopher of his day. while resisting the offer of much gold and silver, could not resist the opportunity of sounding off on the subject of Ihe Children 01 Israel, lie went to Moab and instead of cursing the Children ol Israel he blesses them "One beheld no iniquity in Jacob, neither halh one seen pervirseness is Israel. The Lord his God is with him. and the shouting for the King is among them." Later Bilam declared, "How goodly are thy tents () Jacob, thy dwellings O Israel He shall eat up the nations that are his adversaries and shall break their bones in pieces." Despite this glowing apprai-al of the Jewish people. Jewish history's appraisal of Bilam is not so kino. He is recorded as Bilam "ha-rashah," Bilam the wicked. Why is Jewish history so unkind to this seemingly kindly man? I believe the answer lies in the concluding episode which follows Bilam's blessings: "And Israel dwelt in Shitim. and the people of Israel began to commit harlotry with the daughters of Moab. And they called the people to the sacrifices of their gods, and the people did eat and bow down to their gods Bilam was clever enough to know that he could achieve more for Israel's adversaries through flattery than through castigation. With his cunning deceit, he disarmed the people of Israel completely. They were now acceptable to their non-Jewish neighbors. They threw off the yoke of Torah. and became like the heathens about them. Doesn't this remind IU of the Jewish dictum, "God save me from my friends: from my enemies I will help myself"? There is nothing as damaging to the Jew as the flattery of his non-Jewish neighbors. 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 releases received after that time will be returned as proof of their lateness. AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7*01 Cariyle ave. Orthodox. RaCDi Isaac Ever, r' i la %  i I Saturdaj .: %  • .. m S< rmon Fa < I ...,i I'ntU-i lhi f'ri lection ..1 s; .. h and Apia.. -. %  ( 1 'on%  %  — %  — ANSHE EMES 2533 SW 15th ave. Conservative. R. Yuskc. president. — • — BETH DAVID 2625 SW 3rd ave Con•ervative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. Cantor William W. Lioson. Friday 7 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m Servces during thi 1 %  %  nri hi Id In the chapel, and 111 b< resumed In the in iln aani tuarj dui ing th< High Hoi) Daj — • — BETH EL. 500 Sw mn ave. Orthodox, Rabbi Solomon Schiff. SAYINGS OF FATHERS r:cr IV 17 J\ neon t There are three %  tens th< .'. un i'[ Ifiirnmc. tht rou>n 1 I priesthood und the crown of all but the crown of a ft ,. rutmt cxcelj them all. R N %  wander forth BETH EMETH. Conservative. 1225C MW 2ne ave. • mi c; tht Torah and .say m : : ; ...,tht Torah Will come after fi thi 1 thy associate* UMII establish the< in tht posMMion 0/ thine own %  RABBI JONAH CAPLAN pitfall or llatti-ry BETH ISRAEL. 40CC Prairie ave. Orthodox. Rabti H. Lcuis Rcttman. — • — BETH JACOB 301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Ratbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamcnes. — • — BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th ave. Mod er n Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein. 1 rldaj 8 4". |. in Saturda^ 1". %  ., m Sermon "Wi W.ilk Aloni R Yannai said r.'ii 1 %  ti 1 .plain j pent) 1 • ttoru f lh< fhteou*. ll IS r.Ot iv our tht pro*,7 the a/fltcBETH RAPHAEL. 13 NW 3rd ave. Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president. R M..-:.: ... thi son of Cherish, >-..! Bt beforehand in thi utation of peact r< all men. and h< r^:/. t r a tail :c In nt than a head %  xes BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or. • • thodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky. # Samuel lh Tiunqer used to -BETH TORAH. I64tn |t. and NE 11th guotl RejOiCI : when thine enave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip. _; ( .. and [ f n( „ lh hean schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen, baum. ne glad when • %  • sfumnleth: lest the Friday 6 p.m, Saturday B:45 a.m; / ,,i U( : am J n displease him. hi turn away his wrath from 1 By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX What is the derivation of the term Derashah?" The term "Derashah," as it is used today, refers to a "sermon." Sometimes any speech is referred to as a "Derashah." The origin of this expression is most interesting. In ancient times, when people were perplexed, they "inquired" of the Almighty to learn the meaning and the outcome of their problem The expression "Derashah." which means "to seek out." is used for this procedure. So was jt that Rebecca inquired of W[ DC? C~p*7 *?D13 — yp2 the Almighty as to why there "as such a Struggle between the two ^3 DC7 .D^K7pO children within her (Gen 25:22'. i|.|t rr| rrja nxjrina) • %  • -i %  [SLATION Hement in the Bator Tract r*" is only one settlement in Pt-'ion. the Kibbutz of Revivlt of the land of the region dune. In many of them. Nr' has planted groves of At times this inquiry was made through a prophet (I Kings 14:1-4). The book in which was recorded the inquiries of the kings to the Almighty through His prophets, and the answers to these inquiries, were referred to by the name "Midrash" (II Chron. 13-22). These have evidently been lost. When the activity of prophecy came to an end, another form of seeking out the word of the Almighty came into being. This was the method by which the word of God was elicited from the interpretation of a Biblical text. In interpretation. The result was a "Derashah" and the people who I MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modem did this were called "Darshanim." j Tradl,lonal # while the place where this study was made was called the "Bet Hamidrash." OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr. Orthodox Rabbi Phineas Weberman. — • SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645 Collins ave. Cantor S. Nachmias. SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW th St. Conservative. Ratbi Maurice Klein. inch have developed well sU ad of thc word of the A|m,u h ty M the scanty rainfall (100-1 beirig .. ( | rawn from the Almighty per annum). The land is j nim&clf through His prophet, it was ss soil which gives a good now -drawn forth" from His writI't is watered. en documentary—he Holy Bible. Ith~i t hiS S the Chief prcb Thc same term 'Derashah" was ine tract. If we succeed in use d, Mnc e one has to "draw out" enough rainwater for ir. tnc jd ea bv using one of the var '" the summer, we can j„ us methods of interpreting the agricultural settlements written word of the scripture. '-normous investments will Thus the "Derashah." which or. ,or '"at. T1( i t ,, ;,„ inquiry of waj of the Almighty thi bj Brit Jvnt Olamit; titei word and its official TEMPLE ADATH YESMURUN. 1025 NE 183rd St., Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Max Zu'cker. Canter Abraham Reisman. TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. CantoCharles Kodner. Frida) s.:>> p.m Services read bj Big Gtuffstad. iiiifst speaker Irving l.i.x n "Thi Saylturs of ih, Fathers.*' TEMPLE BETH EL OF WOOD. 1351 S. 14 avt. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. HOLLYReform What is "Sofer?" Today a Sofer refers to a man who is qualified to write a Torah. j which is also called a "Sofer Torah" ("The Book of the Torah"). Originally, this referred to the authorities in Jewish life who could be depended upon not only to properly write; but to correctly interpret the Scriptures. Ezra was one of the first to have this title. From then on, the class of individuals who were such authorities in the days of the second Temple were called "Soferim." • • Why i* the special bread eaten en Hi* Sabbath called "Challah?" The name is either a reminder for the housewife to take off a portion of the bread and burn it — reminiscent of Ihe portion of dough which would be given to the priest ill temple limes, or it is a symbol \ ii making each one aware thai he TEMPLE B-NAI SHOLCM. -.esw: NW is to treal bis bread as the Holy l* ^ c f" ,MV 1 "' FU ,D Henr > bread i % % %  im. Pialpli it w ith canrtitv TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Sun,land Hall, 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Reconstructionist. Rah i Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. — • — TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative. Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz. • — TEMPLE BETH ShO'.OM. 4144 Chase ave. Liberal. Ratbi Leon Kronish Cintar David Conviser. PYllay 8 13 i m. Satai i m .TEMPLE NER TAMIL*. 80th at. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Samuel Gomberg. • TEMPLE S'NAI OF NORTH MIAMI.: 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Pi i.i.i\ v ir. p.m — • — TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Cantor Albert Glantz. I • TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Leo Heim. — • — TEMPLE 2AM0RA. 44 Zamora (vs. Conservative. Seymour Hinkes. can. tor. — • — TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th at. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. — • — YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixia hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu. Prldaj 8 IS i in. Quest speaker, Jeronte Ashman, vice president, Central Trust Company, congregation board member Joseph Rosenfeld, formi r presldenl of ti" congregation, will lead tin prayers. Ones Shabbat host: Sisterhood. Saturday J* a.m. — •— YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 St. Orthodcx. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. CANDLEUGH7ING TIME 25 Tammuz — 6:55 pjn.



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I lay. July 27. 1362 +Jeist ftcrijrir Pa a? 7-B •ayer Decision be Discussed H s ,-,.„-,,. Court decision on [ \, York Board >•( Regents I ; :;. effecl upon the reliI 5C hool will be the subject of r ; .„ ai .i breakfasl meeting [,l„. Brotherhood ol Temple Beth %  olom on Sunday, at 10:30 a.m.. the banquet hall, according to men! bj Dr Harry K [, ik BI Hi' rhoo president J ; >„• Edward Resnick. •, ,!!ni one "f the I •'.,. Miami religion-inI [ : rogram chairJ .a m the pubr oung Musicians ire Needed Here • \ Lawrence, director of Youth Symphony. %  hal 77'. of the musicians auditioning estra for the : .... \ been pxisl lor a!! %  %  i ps of 13 %  iough music, and • n for the sj m to vi rite 'ho %  ., %  .,.\ -. I He Burkey' be Speaker Reach compare • % %  irkl leading I t Lauderdale \ •• H irki recently reean trip, where is'U( %  several leading resort k'r>. uill make the comparison I nl the Executives ;it ilii :: %  Vufi i meeting |ecutive> Club president, Jot \n. Miami Beach realtor, said i will begin at noon al | ; is Dade Wvd Wolf son |sumes Talks Al : ham Wolfson, director ol Idoor Forum, has 1 %  'nvacation in the IRidsii Mountains and will reI ks mi "Health and Hap r Tuesdaj on the 8th ph and every Thursday on beac h. .it 8 a in., the • %  followed b) discuss*"•' %  .He ..pen In the public |p Prepares Season Here ['"' Zipp, president of Zipp Is of Smith Miami. P'' th< expansion of whole pines-, i<. include toy s from I' European markets pder m have the merchanMilahle for the cominc win}-<< Martin Hochman. se crepasurer of the firm, is leav|eek fur a month long buy h >P the sportinc aomls manufacturers of England, Switzerland. Italy, Greece far I Hochman will accompany Mfid, and assist in the buyicniidren's toys. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE Mrs. Frankhn D. Roosevelt, with Dr. Curt D. Wormann, director of the Jewish National and University Library of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, examines files of the library's extensive American coilectio-.. She said she was "astonished to find so many books dealing with my husband, with Theodore Roosevelt [ham Lincoln." Mrs. Roosevelt praised the institutioi .: the lil raries of the world' aftei I -o the Hebrew University's new • I Ram Jerusalem v.-::. • :5 eing complete : • ielp of the American ~::e:-.-s ol the Hebrew Univi i %  v H.i.. M \ %  W..U, %  -< SO L G £ • %  %  i %  Ilahlii'll %  %  tl %  %  I •-1 s S**i I %  hi v Is Mr, H %  MRS ns SC-AFER 7". i n>; ltd M Beach, died J SI 1 %  \ *: ~ %  \ N \ \ II nm ar.two sol i %  : \ .• two -. i > in New i,i. R L B i N SUOAKOV S\V i II.%  %  lg'> froil I I %  %  • %  %  tl I Re ill \ 111 — 11 If,', M I : • I tWil •::i : V| %  ithera. Mu n : v I• in •, r • : %  MRS. ROSE GU3ERMAN : • %  • % %  N'.\ -II:..I I illy %  I %  lgI : %  %  lltrr 1'. ISH i-. i p lack two lauKhtcm, Mr lean 'III ind MI SVIM Bloi k I l %  %  • %  %  I R Y E N 3 = N i .-. I -. f a \ i|l in. I • dchll' %  %  %  u 11 • I G£3^0E ELLIOT L:AV TT Hi ich, H ", yearn N > %  I v i %  \ • teran %  i in -i.I. i NATHAN ROSENFELO \ V\ II I % %  III i Julj I i %  i re i •.: • from mil u i of | :.-• h i r.hia i I HI h t er .nl • v ire ri %  I • LEGAL NOTICE MRS .DA GURKSV %  172 S\V Sl %  I Sh* earn* hei cajtn Sui vl inr Hai r>: a son. Hani tw> dau M %  i: %  ,: %  Sell in.I Mrs V l Id I., nh and M 11. \ n i n Serv|.-es i iordon l' im m %  %  i N >TIC6 UNDER FtCTiT.DuS NAME LAW N • '.: IS MI !:;•:i:V i IIV'KN (hal : i : %  (age In ime ii %  \\ N HALL, Tl iNIGH i' il .'1 II l N i. %  \ Ml.imi 611 • r *lster • I I na me :ili the in %  • i •. I : : I \:N %  ;.: i K!SEN >!0|f N.B Itfi A NOTICE BV PUBLICATION IN *"E CIRCUIT COURT OP THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 304J 1 SKi >Kl IK I'lt'K KH I'laini \ s S#AI 'IK I'lt'K KH ihini SUIT FOR DIVORCE •I"" SADIK I'ICK %  %  %  : ilraml i 'on. • n ... Ri-nii\. \. v V.irk You, SAI 'IK I'll "K Kll .IT-. Ii. i. \>\ notified Hi.a RIM ,,i %  %  •mplalnl I MI.. i. .• hnx uii-i you, i I lid i.ii .. %  i. %  "I or I'lcailiiiK '• %  Hi. Kill %  •' i 'on iilnlni on th, I'l.in • VVK1XKLK ,\ l< KSSI.K1! • : I %  %  %  !• %  : %  i: Miami : Kloi lihi \ %  :• ...i.ii.: In I the I'in-iiii I'I • %  • JTll. .1.,'. f AllKllvl to do HO i idKiiii-i I Ii) I. fault "ill I..J ithe relief di mandeil In the Rill nl i ni| nl TliiII. .in Khali in inil'llxhi .1 nm • Use,-lit Is.. III THK 11: WISH I-1,1'111 [>l AN IHIXK \XI> OKI'Kll Hoi I hi H.i.'.".th da) ,| ,| ,1, -, |. K !•• I.KATIIKK.M iv i'|erk %  %  i ; %  .H.I.. K> HKI i \ ; SSI.RI: i>,.|uiti %  WKIXKI.K .'. K %  • i s. Mill II Vttol NOTICE BY PUBL CAT,ON IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDIC4L C RCI.iT OF FLORIOA IN AND FOR DADE COIN"'' N CHANCERY. No. 82C "a HAK1.K A \ \ > k.M iXI'I'.KW %  :i \ I'l'N i SUI I FOR DA ORCE I \\ i..\.\ I >KK\\ %  I • %  i) of \our .\ %  n t II SIIKVIX %  ;. • %  M •.'.; AN .-. lli'l.TZMAX, %  % %  I, .1,1 I! M ml : I'i in.i fill nal Answei i I'll r i'i, II'oUI-l .In .i \ • • %  If you I will lie ixalnsl Ihe relief d, man.I. I il lllll otiee shall • • a nm • .•:,. h ,\ for I In THK JEWISH ll.i'Kll'l VN IMXK \N :i I|-:I:I-:I > ..i Ml % %  oi i.i .. ilii< .'Mli daj of inl>. A.H I :••;:• i: R I.RATHKKM V.V, %  l.rk. t i 'ourt. I '.nl.t'ount), V loriil i %  -. ill I', HKI.KX KKSSI.KK Repllt) • i, "k Shevln, t, imnii .v Holtzm in MS Se) hold HI lu Miami, I i B) Vlvln liondi At tor lie) II I'Inintifl I S" MRS. CELIA LEI90WITZ 77. ..; : 16 %  S 61 i I :. : She • .in. I" r, 17) .i-: fi im S I k. Sur \ 111 n* n i • • %  %  Rnntei two d |hl rothei two alHtei H < I %  I %  %  Kl\ .•• nidi Memorial i i \ %  %  i MRS. PAULINE STEER •.'• .1 :•: %  \\ • .,*;.. 11..in Xew Vork r •• i.. i o| HI huab .II i Mm..i i s.m Kl I.I IK ihn, .mil t Julv •_'" in i: i Alton nl NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW HKRI \\ IIVEN that i %  i I '4 II ime .,1 I %  it I 'i i \ ',*• ir m* i; %  %  • i ; i..' •-. Florida In[later .1 nan ilth the if tl idi Florida i i..\i'i:i: \ tMIN M : : I. :• % NARI IAR N'Si>N & MAI "-'' 'EH i -!' tl • • • i iKE : \ ... v I : .: %  -! >-t: nes "it na ENJA M N GOROON I.. Mi 'I' 1 ? v '' '"•" '" w : ,:'!.""' nine yearn ago from "" I 'a retired .' l in, nilii r of .. %  ; -•..,.,.,..„. Wollcem. I '" '•'•"• volenl Aaan I ,' Survlvlna are his I i h'i n "' A1 '" "i' 1 L*rnen fheima Albert; t [Miller i'i"'' K, -"'i"' and lildren a %  %  ""-•i'i;:;,-.."-"^ MRS KAT.E RAND SI, ..( 1140 Ell lil. .i Shi ..!• %  • In • i M lears i; %  lii klin Survlvlnx ire '.• %  r I Joaef f..m daushti iling Mriii-aii H. Klkins eld • jrind and 1 1 t. • i i .. re in Ri nikli n th Rlvei il i 'ii.i|.. i in ii %  i % %  %  %  MEYER ROSS 67, ol I! I %  11 I M < I ich, lied lul) 16 aa a result I II. im. heri %  '• '%  Par* i.i !! % %  mr.ed i i,-.' station and wa a i tate >perator In Perrine i n| ire hia wife. Harah; tw • mna Ralph ml • ierald: %  -I tuchter, MrEdyth I I k son. six %  randchlldre %  i %  me greater ti• l< lnM Sei v • %  •A er.Jul) I l In i iordon Funeral H im HARRY CHESLOWSKY 7"., ..f i I5S \'i: :". i • %  lied J il., ime here i-; %  from Urookl) ii .HI. I i • Ii • I merchant. He waa J Raph nl S) n in..-Surviving I re hia wife, R "'•' • l • I: • l' M • lima nd Mca Sara \ -• i mil mve Kl undi hlldi •' Sei • in • Iordon i JOSEPH COHEN ISADORE 3LAS3'£R ;•>. ..f 670 VV Mi I Be i h, lied July igo from V i HI i %  • impan) H • the ... "i THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE = -€\ i\TM JUOICIA'. CIRCUIT OF FL.ORIOA. IN ANO =JR OAOE O'jMTV IN CHANCERY NO S2C-7839 • %  '. %  \ N Pull •VHH LLANfXl i" NOTICE TO OEe-lENO ISEPHINK iRL v NM' i i Mi MI : tin • la N i .. I %  X<| riPlETD t h 11 11 i i m 11 i n I filed aa ill n I • %  : ire hen I to sen ipj IUI \n^w er i i I ha BUI .f 'nm p| ilnl on '!"• PIMntlff's il torn*) W ALTERM IN VXD '.' 'I n • Bla; Miami, Fli rld .. ind [In il Annvi r In the >ffl • of the Clerk nf Hie i If! >n iefo it da> of Augual llll if •' .inidiint ill be i i ten • i | II it >ou pAi'Ki' tub U. %  l.i:\TIIKKM.\N. Irk 'ircull i' lurl i' id* Co nt] ii. E. M f.ANU KY. • %  7 87, • 1-10-17 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No 56513-B IX RE Estate of MAI RH'E v. KIXSTEIX I'., .,, NOTICE TO CREDITORS T All Creditors ..ml All Pel soils Hal Ing I'liiins or I'in .ii \_:.,ni-t Said Esl He 'i %  h.i eb) ii-.i Ified ind reiiuii ,-.i : %  |ii — HI an) i-lalma ind de; mauds whleh you ma) l\:.v. agalns.1 tin entate d MAI llli'i: VVEIXSTE1X i .,-.-. I late of I • nl. • 'ountj Hoi Ida. i the i 'OHIII i Sludges .-f I >ade i 'oun ty, md file 'li. same In duplicate and Ided in >. I'tlon 7 III 16, IIi I Ida > %  ( • .IM their ..ti'i. • > in Hi-' I'ount) Courthouse in Hade County, r'lorili A Ithln -n calendar months from %  .. %  of th. firs! publication hereof, m the name III be bin n d Dated il Miami, %  loi Ida thli In d July. \ l>. I!'6S SIDXKT WHIXSTKIX \ ^ Execlltol Fir-i publii ili..n ..f tinII.. i n the %  T111 da) % %  ( Jul} Riwenberg, Rosenbera .v Keiaman Attoi ne) s for 17\. i I00S Alnale) Building Miami IS. Florida 7 .'7. > S-l'1-1" IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COU a T IN A -. o FOR DADE COLN-. f^OPlDi IN PROBATE. No. 54783-B >| V .-Mil'. I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO UAK £ APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBU* l AND FINAL DISCHARGE X • 1 KIV e 11 1 11 a I • i i mil Ri porl .m.l IVt I I£x, i tin •%  -. -A I'll J. ii anil that on l i • 1. 1) fount) .ludgi I of MIU.I III %  %  ind foi dlsirlbui • i Exevutoi r tin hove nan i I This hi I.KuX K VI'I.AX I !\ :%  it, X \ \ ..','. \ N K ntlfl \ I.I7W IS IIAItl'l.li I.KDVVELI, and liAII. II I.KI 'UKI.I.. Ills u %  VCRENi'K KEN SI >X ind SHIRLEY REXSI >X, iii> Ifi I'. fi ndanta NOTICE OF SUIT in LEWIS II.Uli 'I.I • I.KI'U I7I.I. HI. i 'I AII. i; i.Ki'Wi:i.i.. IllWlfl L'.'iH i: 7 SI Charlotte t, X Ina You ii. hereb) notified th.i thg iboi %  i-aptloned icl i"ii haa been ited iga Inul y..u in Ihe Cln i '..in • ..i tii. 1-71.-. nth Judicial nl Ilorlda m and f..r l >ade i' %  in foreclosi :i rtgagi upoi fiillou ing deaci • real opi I.. • in i'.l .. ii IS PINE TREE MANnR, SECTU1X THREE, iccording to %  he plnl thereol i. i tinted In Pl.it Rook 67. .ii Pact %  :. "f ih. %  da ..f Dade "ount) Mori I i, torn ih. r with FYhrtdntri Ri fiiai F :' ... Washer. W.I--.'. \', II. t in II Rllnds You ne required flit your in%  to plaintiff's complulni with I i "lei k ..f the afoi eaald "oui i. md sen %  .i I'opl thereol :; %  %  %  i plaint il. -i ittorn v MARTIN PIXE, I Ith I Had, I-. di ral Blda Miami, Plorl.l i ,:. i Mi.,ii Aueual 1962 --r I 1 1 ... i. pro Ci %  '!'' %  wn %  ill: '." enter* I iguinal ) ..ii I 'ated Jul) 16 l6S i: Ii I.EATHERMAX %  "lerk ..f Ihe Cli i ull • 'out t H) K M I.VMV.N I ', putl MARTIN KINK Vtloi m t.'i Pin Intifl uih Ii Dade l-'edi ral Blda VI mil '.j. Plorlila 7 ." V7 > 1-10 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Xi'l'li'K is HEREBY HIVEN lhal the underalgned, deairinH t.. engagi In .ii-in.-.-.under the fictitious nm f CXIVERSAL TRADINS1 AND I'lSTRIIU'Ti 'i:s ii 66 in.t 68 N w Srd Street, Miami, rTorlda Intend n. register sai-l name with the Clerk <,f th.Circuit i'..mi •! Dade County, Oori i, R MINI: IT I'lin.i.ii'S HAROLD 'l' 'I.I'MAN V:..ii. f..r Appliciinl 30 s I-: i-t \\ %  Miami. Hoi I i 7 "ii _•,. |-lt! NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE l> HEREBY HIVEN that the underalgned, desiring to engage In Ibuatneaa under the flctltloua name of MIDWAY BAR al !3St N E Ind Av ime. Miami. Florida Intend to reglater said name with the Kl.rk Of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida*. ALFRED ANDERSON IM IMEN1C I'i: lii • HKNKY \ KAMI' Attorne) for Mldwa) Bag i:'-.'4 Waahlngton Av< Mi mil Beach. Florida T 6-13-20-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW H REB1 l\ S %  II • Irn ngag In i %  "N 'K1AB SERVICE il .i l| 31 • Miami. i : -1I n ime 'Injult C iurt >f Dade i i | x '.' ire > %  i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN thai i %  %  I dealrlng to engage In husdneaa indei thi flctltloua name nl C .> file your gnawer lo plaintiff's complaint with the Clerk of thi aforesaid Court, and n cop) thereof upon pgttttttff'l attorne) MARTIN KINK, nth Floor, l 'ad.Federal Blda Ml iml Florida, in.i later than Augual i'i' l62 •!i i i • • Pro "onfei— ;'l I ntei t agalnal you I 'ii. ,1 Jul) 16 K Ii LEATHERMAN i l.-i k ,.f the Circuit %  'ourt .-. at) B) K M I.TMAN 1 l '• put) I ii it M M: TIN FINE \i lorne) for I'lainilff t ith Floor Dade Federal .tldg



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Mday. Ju'y 27, 1962 +Jf-*i$lthrkMmt) Page 11-A JNFund Dedicates Lyndon Johnson Forest Chief Jui:ice Earl Warren and Mrs. Warren visit the Hadassah-Heb:ew University Medical Center in Jerusalem during their stcv in Israel, and are shown in the playroom of the Children's Ward. Mrs. Esther Passman-Epstein (extreme right). r i • reationa] activities officer, explains to the visitors the value o: play therapy. Ben-Gurion Cabinet Considers Egypt's Firing of New Rockets Corn 'jd from Page 1-A • cted i %  • ipened in r -o3. I: will deal with basic stui .oi n iti mal security, and will nclude i me-year course I > which • ul 20 • %  ••.. ir army offi ers, ir -i the rank if colonel ipward I be eligible each year. Military expert* hir* do not consider Egypt's rocketry program a* i major Egyptian techmcial ac'ievemont. It is known here thi some of the major components cf Egypt's rocket had been shipced to Cairo from West Germanv Electronic and guidance eqi/'Oment for the Egyptian rockets -ad come from other Europear countries, and the rocker asserr-tly was developed by a group c< West German experts headed by Eugen Sanger. Egypt laim that the Cairo i ..;• i i %  if hitting .i target at too miles is believed here ii> be exaggerated. However, even with a range of half that distance, an Egyptian rocket cound hit a. large area .>f Israel. According to the information available here, no single-Stage rocket manufactured in Egypt can So the distance claimed. It is believed that the rocketfired yesterday were not controllable in flight, and were more closely akin to ballistic missiles It was pointed out here that, while target ac curacy la not required by rockets With atomic warhead, the effect of rockets carrying conventional explosives is "minimal." The use of the Egyptian rockets on any intensive pattern would require construction of a complete network of launching bases which would not be likely to remain undetected, and would be vulnerable t'> destruction, it was stated here URIMB THE WEEK... US I SEE II Co*--lued from ?age 4-A ••• ould i •' those speak who or.lj speak fur themsi:. But then I thought of all ericans, loctors or plumber: who are represented in the higl nails <-i Congress bj another \ a let \ .if old Guard Hence the phone calls early in the week Hence the resolve by the people back home" to work harder And perhaps, after all. the decently-motivated physicians ought to join them — that is, un less they too have fallen for the Socialism C< mmunism bit. ONLY 2 HRS. AWAY BY "EXPRESS" BOATS ORIGINAL "PM.U 1IMINI CRUISE • DON'T ACCEPT A SUBSTITUTE By Special Report The 20.000 tree Lyndon B Johnson Forest, in honor of the Vice President of the United states, was i planted last week in the hills overlipoking Jerusalem by the Order ~ "TiiTai Zion in the presence of leading government, Jewish Agency, Keren Hayesod and Jewish National Fund representatives. Addresses by Abba Bban, Israel's Minister of Education and Culture; Jacob Tsur, world chairman of the Jewish National Fund; Abraham Avidar, of the Foreign Ministry. and Mendel N. Fisher, secretary Of the .INT" of America, highlighted the ceremonies which took place near the village of Aminadav in 'IK vicinity of Jerusalem. In a message to a large audience, including a delegation from Bnai Zion, Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion declared: "The dedication of this forest was also an act of justice in the name of Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson who, as a leader of a great state and freedom-loving people, had given ample demonstration of his dedication to the cause of democracy." James McFarland. of the U.S. Embassy in Israel, read a message from the Vice President which Stated: "The people of the I'mted States have watched the growth of a new and pioneering nation in the world with sympathy and understanding This deep-rooted forest. edicated to freedom, will be the permanent and live symbol of the aspirations and achievements of our nation.-.." Abba Eban. In his address, revealed that but a few hours earlier he had played host to the United States Chief Justice Earl Warren, and. fresh from that meeting, was now participating in a tribute to the Vice President of the I'mted States to be "written in verdant language on rocky slopes." Here was a tangible expression of a great partnership come to life The barren lulls will sprout, and even the climate will change Eban emphasized that Johnson has long been an active friend ol the State of Israel and recalled that on the tenth anniversary of the State in 1958, Johnson was :i co-sponsor of a bipartisan Con gressional motion pledging support and friendship lor Israel. Ambassa .or Jacob Tsur. who preideri at the dedication, lauded Bnai Zion for its "unwavering sup1 port" of the Fund, tangible expressions of which are the Abba Eban Forest, the Jerusalem Forest : Park, and the Dr. Harris J. Levine Recreation Park, named for the past president of Bnai Zion and honorary president of the Jewish National Fund ol America Abraham Avidar, of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, stated that "Bnai Zion could not have Abba S. Eban, Israel Minister of Education and Culture, speaks at the Lyndcn B. Johnson Forest ceremony in Jerusalem. found a better way of honoring Mr. Johnson. The best of friendship," he said, "is in the hour of crisis, and Mr. Johnson has stood the test in coming to the aid of Israel at difficult moments." Mendel N. Fisher, secretary of the JNF of America, after unveiling the dedicatory inscription, asserted that Bnai Zion, through the Jewish National Fund, "was help ing to build the spirit of the I ;ion in the hills oi Jerusalem through the American Freedom Forest, which symbolizes the unique partnership of two nations u:::' I by common ideal" The dedication rite.were concluded with the planting of hundreds of saplings by the assembled at the site, thus initiating another sector of the American Freedom Forest in Israel. CALL ANYTIME FOR RESERVATIONS GROUP RATES • ORGANIZATION FUND-RAISING PLANS WORLD'S EASIEST. SAFEST PASSINGS* BOATS AMERICAN FLAGSHIPS BRAND NEW VtSSILS 'SPECiFICALLT DESIGNED FOR GULPSTREAM RADAR. 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Friday. July 27, 1962 rJewls* ftcr/diari Page 5-A LETTER TO THE EDITOR Columnist Harming Jewish Institutions EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: On July 13. in Leo Mindlin's col umn "During the Week ... As 1: See It." there appeared some very unfavorable comments about the North Dadc Bnai B'rith Bowling League, which is sponsored by the North Dade Lodge cf Bnai B'rith Men, A reader sent him ;in article which stated that this League bowls on Friday nights :>• Con Bowl, and asked him to investi the situation to ascertain whether or not B'nai B'rith in Miami observes the Sabbath. MiMindlin's answer indicates thai h • hainvestigated However* ays are here agam for the family of refugees bom we are mosl certain that he did jove who were able to resettle in a suburban com''< do so, If he had so much 31 %  >re through the assistance qiven them by placed '""' telephone call to Con' --•_, c.. !" .n~ v.,-. :;n '" s Bow1 ne would have d : SCO> riics S Afler his rescue from a German conered that our League m e e t s on ::-. camp at .he end of World War II, the man found Thursdaj nights, and has b< in Ci ba. until it became necessary to pull up stakes "J eetin "" Thursday nights for all ... ., r the years of its existence. .. que3! ot a Detter life Member aqoncies of the ., ... No lodge in the Miami area has x L /~-u t n i.ii *** ,,i uu.in,win an-,i nas %  ,.1 Cncnties of Baltimore are helping the ever violated the Sabbath by scheduling any activities from sundown of Friday until Saturday afler dark. Mr. Mindlin has cast a most unwarranted slur upon our organization, and has probably done a great deal of harm to all Jewish organizations in general by his words. ul do• %  ':•. new rocU in the community. American Bigot Sends Hate Literature to Argentina Cr.--.iued frj-n ?ige 1-A nifica-following, for many yeari -'is liferafjre, sert often to Lai Americjn countries, is anli.'!. sh ii anti-Catholic. Millet .sually calls himself the Granc Dragon of the Aryan Kmgr— ;f the Ku Klux Klan, but has r.; .-'filiation with the KKK orgar..;;-ions operating in the South •- ADL ricards show.) ARTHUR D. HORWITZ President, North Dade Lodge MRS. ARTHUR HORWITZ President, North Dade Chapter ment at Buenos Aires has taken all steps to suppress anti-Semitism in that country, were meanwhile given to the Canadian Jewish Con* revs Tuesday in Montreal by the EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: .\rgcnnne Ambassador to Canada. p, ease consider this lclt( r „ an Gen, Angel K Peluffo appeal to our rabbis, leaders and Gen Peluffo voiced his assurPWents of children of the Jewish ances to Michael Garber, president faith It i. in no way intended as a reflection on our school system, if the Canadian Jewish Congress, nor the cafeterias operating wiuiuho presented to the envoy a proin the schools. Our school sy>tem • •'. the Argentine test from the Canadian Jewish Con'• a splendid one, and the cafelemn racial and religious jng| ..„,,, recen| anti Jew ferias opera-ing in the schools cerand • • i[he (iovcrnAmendments To be Aired Th .'.'•:ro charvr amendments rjiate police action and protection" to *'< ed on county-wide next auainst anti-Semitism. tsh acts of violence in the Argenu inl > seem satisfactory Pupils tine Republic." Expressing "shock' "",_ a choice of ,hl food ,hov over the manifestations of "hatred e and animosity" against Argentine But it appears to me that our Jews, the Congress called on the Jewish youth, with some exeepArgentine Government "for inline[ions, are following a pattern, and month i be aired in a specia Panel,. .'.>M ( ,n" Monday at a Civic ,A resolution protesting vigorStudent Exchange Leagui Miami Beach meeting in the En I • r> restaurant. Program Told Keller ..• Dr. Harold Rand, mem bers ot no Metropolitan Charter Review %  oard. Hague, requesting that he send the j 'faprotest on to his Government In A the prese nt time, there are Buenos Aires.) 32 Miami high school students visiting in Peru, Colombia. Argentina and Panama. During his summer vacation, a student from the United States travannouncci. Mart:r Smith dent • At t't conclusion of the discuss• t j L ai L D • -a:.. in. mc rated by attorney Irving > enU00fi NlOShe Kegistralion Freiet, closed ballot will be takRet istration for the fall semester en. ar.c! insults of the poll will be h kinderearten-nursery Hein tne Kinciergamr,' n u rM.r> ", e ls to a South American countrybrew and Sunday schools is now, f League presibeing taken at Congregation Yey £ cd ^ fam i hudah Moshe. | |y ^^ chi|dren of Wj Qwn gge and becomes a full-fledged member of the group. Board, room, and laundry are provided by the host family, while the student's own family supplies him with spending money. Because of reversed seasons on the two continents, the student will find that school is in session, and he will attend, "thereby enlarging i his circle of friends, learning the I language and participating in all activities," according to Mrs. Howard Learner, of 6171 SW 72nd ave.. in charge of information. "At the same time, as a Junior Ambassador, he is enabled to do his country and democracy a great deal of good by giving other people a chance to see our youth and to get acquainted with some of our people." Mrs. L. W. Bookhullz is chairman of the organization In return for the hospitality received, the family must agree to accept a foreign student into their home and provide for them in a like manner. This student will arrive at a time when schools are. in session here. BIKUR CHOLIM KOSHER CONVALESCENT HOME NON PROFIT — NON-SECTARIAN SUPPORTED BY YOUR COMMUNITY Unilur Strict Supervision of the Orthodox v.iad Hakashruth of Florid* R.iObi Dr. Isaac H. Ever. Dirtctor 24-HOUR NURSING — DOCTORS ON CALL ALL DIETS OBSERVED — CONGENIAL SURROUNDINGS MODMN fQUlPMCMT X fUKNISMNCS fUtlMtOOf BU11DIN0 310 Collins Ave.. Ph. JE 2-3571 Miami Beach Express your feelings to your loved ones SEND FLOWERS from the BLACKSTONE FLOWER SHOPS One cf the oldest in Greater Miami Just P/lOfie Servirg you 24 hours ... 7 days UNion 6-1233 Ifoitn to liii Station WKAT, 1360 on your d'ol, eery Sunday at ..„. 7:3$ P.M., to the comments of" the HONOt ABU JUIXI6 MAIVIN ENGIANOER, VICE MAYO* OF MIAMI BEACH it is this pattern to which I am taking exception. My parents had a high regard for secular learning. I myself attended three institutions of h'gher learning, and graduated frcm rwc of these colleges. Yet my parents were true and loya! adherents of our Torah, and imparted within us that same loyalty. When I returned home from school for lunch. I washed my and repeati I the pra; tore partaking ol food, and the %  %  | rayer after p I i the mea I, v hich as, > I coi e, ..,'.'. aj ki sher I ye ir, I have been substitute teacher in the local schools, where some classes had a fair proportion of Jewish children. From first grade through high school, with some few ex ceptions, I have found our children eating with unwashed hands Apart from the religious aspect, uhat Of the simple elements of live—especially after an art class, for example, where clay paint are the order of the day'' While children, as I have sa j".given the opportunity to cho %  from a variety of food-.. I saw | al lunch hot dog, irefah, .:' ;some other form of : pared meal, a glass of milk an cake with rich dress i B Mo wonder, s many of thi 1 with their food, i in( lu !< I with "oh, I'm not hi. it all into • This, then, is the pattern: estirg with unclean hands, failure to offer up the bless : ngs, ano partaking of forbidden foods as prescribed by our Torah. lur and parents musi enci • eir children I commandments <>f the T rah, net only [or religious i %  ; -•-.' tor health reasons, as well ETHEL LEVIN Miami Beach ously against the recent antiSemitic manifestations in Argentina was adopted and made public 'American Youth Exchange." Formti County Commissioner i in Holland by the Dutch Labor which has its headquarters in MiCharles andon and present Com-1 party. Representatives of the ami, offers a reciprocal program ionti Robert Haverfield will party filed their protest, denounfor exchange students. 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Friday. Jujy 27. 1962 -Jeist> ftnrkticir Page 7-A I"' t Pearl of Mediterranean Losing its Luster Rapidly By EDWIN EYTAN ALGIERS—Algiers, the pearl of itt Mediterranean," I a nguid 1) stretches Its white suburbs along I blue sea. A hot African breeze which comes from the deptfis ot the Sahara Desert gently swings, i palm trees in front of the mud trn European skyscrapers which the waterfront. It is a city :th many fates: a city in which Mc slem quarter is called "Cli:, de France," and the European %  Bab il Oued;" in which thousands Europeans, who patiently wail (he p-irt for transportation to ranc sil under a hall erased but .till visible slogan which pro i aims, "Ici e'est la France"— 1 his is France Algiers is a city where the perse ted and the persecutors change places like a game of musical where elegant streets ar< by barbei-wire fences, ere real estate firms still ad .-, prepare your future—buy House here." and where 200.000 i peans have abandoned their homes It is a city in which the Casba's old synagogue has become i | ;,\ center, and in which the Mild :.mi tarn beating of the notes i: Algeria Musulmaoe" can be i •. rd .n the elegant European subi • with their chic villas, spacious patios and concrete swimming i There are two Algiers: one fftl* &f d with jryous Arabs celebrating •-e.r newly won independence, the other, sparsely populated by i few Europeans who, behind trawn curtains and closed shutters, mourn their pas^. h the Casba, a million multi i red bulbs illuminate the night. dn ot thousands I>I celebral ;. Moslems overflow into the nar uu lanes, dark-skinned unshaven i'LN soldiers, the "moujahids" li-' ttl to old men sing their glory. Seafront Shards Forty kilometers away, a thoui arid people wait in near-dark Onl> a leu pale bulbs light the dismal Haiting room at Maison Blanche Airport. European women, dress td in their Sunda\ best sit on the .whist covered floor among the i t.iiett, butts and Ihe vomit left t.. the IHKJ.OOO people who have preceded them Every family has two I teases and innumerable children —its problems its worries, its Itars Bj the crowded bar. men sip i traditional Algerian "anisette" and exchange plans for the future. "A< don t know yet where we shall gl "No we have no family in France." "Are we entitled to Soc ial Security '" "How many planes • due to leave tonight?" 1 drove from Maison Blanche to A giers on Independence Eve As I ut approached the city, we could .". the glow of smolderipj ashes. and smell the acrid smoke in the hot. humid night "You should' I been here last week." our In spite of its painful birth pangs, independent Algeria has the economic framework, Ihe skilled manpower and the tough battle te;ted soldiers to become the main forein Afrtcj, replace Egypt as the eader of the Arab world, and dramatically change the balance of power in this crucial area. So says Edwin Eytan, special correspondent for JTA, in th's report. • driver tells us in a regretful voice. "The entire road was lit up by huge bonfires. Everybody was burning everything." The fleeing Europeans destroyed everything they could not take with them •Why leave it t,. the Arabs?" Bj Ihe seafront, dozens of cars, like wounded animals, lie on the sand, their tiro cut. their engines smashed, their windows broken, their bodies burned Among them, broken refrigerators, burned furniture There are 400.000 gone, including many Jews. S ; nce the Franco-FLN Evian agreement, some 400,000 Europeans have fled. Bab el Cued, the melting pot of all Mediterranean races, stands empty and deserted. Its Perei, Cohen, Men doia are gone. Two, three generations ago they came from Spain, Italy, Malta to build a country for Ihe Western world and a home for themselves. Now. the bakeries are closed, the butcheries have their shutters down, avid the small cafes with zinc counters and marble-topped tables are deserted. To try to avoid having their properly requisitioned, the fleeing Europeans have stuck notices on their dcors, "Temporarily closed due to annual leave." The Erench Government expect ed an emigration of loo.ooo per year This figure was reached during ihe peak which preceded independence. There is nothing ready for the refugees in France — no homes. no work, no money. And vet they go. In the deserted quarter I met. however, an old woman dressed all in black, holding by the hand a little girl: "I cannot leave. I have no money and no friends and what shall I do in France?" The old woman sighs: "Her father ua.killed last year by the ELN. her mother died in an explosion this year. We are stuck here watting for the authorities to return and mayix help us leave for France when the} will be able to care for US Moss Exodus Besides the strange couple, few Europeans are to he seen in the Streets The windows are all dosed, the curtains drawn. One can barely guess a shadow straining it.neck to look down into the -treet from one of the darkened apartments. The European mass exodus has Uken the FLN by surprise: Al geria will soon be deprived of most 0l its technicianand profession, als. Already the factories stand Algiers, where he plans an all European political party in preparation for the August 12 elections for a legislative assembly. Jewish Leaders flee To show his good will toward th< Every European in Algeria, at seme time or other, witnessed seme bloodcurdling scene of Moslem atrocity. In a Jewish home, I was shown an album of "amateur" photographs showing children with their throats slit, women with their bellies carved open, mutilated men, chopped-off heads. These souvenirs live in every European family, and even th.se who consider themselves "liberals" and are in sympathy with the FLN's aspirations, fear what the future may have in store for them. An oft-repeated phrase is "and what if Ben Bella should win?" ; empty and silent the workshops European minority. Premier Ben abandoned, communications interKh "''" "" ver> morrow of n.pted. Economic life is at a '"' amv: -> in Algiers, conferred standstill. The basic necessities V ,he n; ,u l i,ru, ,c prelate. are scarce or not available—no Mgr Duval He *'" reportedly bread, no drugs. prepared to meet a Jewish representative personality, but there At the city's municipal hospi •-"or.e left; all, without excep tal, less than a dozen doctors are tion. had fled abandoning their M 01 -e immediate than the danger left out of over one-hundred. At communities; the pre.-dent and represented by the demagogic Vice the Algiers central post office, t most members of Ihe Consistory premier is the presence of the Arab saw people implore the few clerks committee, the heads oi the Fed mo l | saw them Independence to let them phone or cable to eration of Jewish Communities, the Day invade the European quarters, their fnends abroad-to no avail, local representative oi Ihe World „,, commercial Rue Michelet, the as all communications are reJewish Congress, the president and elegant residential area of St. served for official or press mess"" U.. lers ol the Zionist Federa Georges The Europeancame ages There are no engineers, "<">• 'he chief rabbis, the teachface-to-face with them: a howling, no electricians, no pharmacists, "s. the mohcls and the shochet-. 5cre aming their lububrious "you no technicians. To be sick is to Only two rabbis are left, and no a nV(lr; uj;h hundreds of tholIs nsk death; to have a faulty sink lay leaders whataoever. .,,,,,, „, heads VeUed women means no water supply. ,„ p ,' te (lf FLVs e[{orts (1 .... -creaming their lugugbrious "yOU No wonder that the GPR*. (AlabSUre Europeans, tew of them are >ou." excited men swinging their I gerian Provisional Government led •'"i ,ar i "' •-'' %  •>' Many still in the | *t'cks, yelling, whistling and by Premier Ren Kheda | itrying Un "" r v ""* only wailing to save thumping their newly-found slogan, its utmost to reassure the remain wmeU, ing of their property before "Allah Ahrem Echouada" (God ing Europeans and convince them leavin 0tners government bless our martyrs to stay. The FLN realizes that the em P lo >e anxiously waiting for In he elegant Rlll d'Issly, Arab? country's economy will be unable P*" 1 8810 lo leave They are were 8 i p pi n g milk shakes at the to withstand any prolonged crisis !" "f d BW y bv ,ht lr fear f tne only open cafe, while their heavilyand that no adequate help can be FLN s i l,hor ilrii n and Marxi-t veiled wiveg admiringly looked at expected from abroad. The only rt -" m rh rLN although deep|hc narr0M blkilll> and decollete countries prepared to send large ly lllk nationalise(iliu 0 f the "Galeries de France." Ue.-t Germany, b„t even they are """"' expropriations ol property, F or them it was the beginning unable to supply the tens of thous8 d ;r Pohce-enforced disci„, a new era for the Europeans andof technicianwhich Algeria P the end ol an age. needs at all echelonAbovi all. however thi Europeans fear their Moslem neighbors 'Education' to be Theme their violent animosity, the fact After .hi ,na %  '*** m; 'v "'' ''" nilru! anri Miami chapter of the National fliier cignt years Of terror and overrun the European headquarS.cr.-.r.,A--n will have its indiscriminate murder, the ELN ut6 Dur j„ 0 tb( r irsl days foUow monthly dinner meetings at Miami now ,> determined to stop all exacing independence, tht cry oi "Bab Springs Villas starting Sept. 12. LvT* A ii im i5? smfi lta orders el Cued, el Cued' Bab el Cued to Mrs Enid Caldwell. chairman of 2C1 h C ,' f ,r n flsI A 'the Water) was heard, and did not the reservations committee, has the out-kirts ol eontribuK t. reassur< the Euroannounced that "Education" will Sharp Discipline Algiers told me that, after most ot his produce was loote.f, he ; threatened the local FLN com maitder to leave for France. "He summoned all my Arab workers, lined them collectively, after any of them refused to confess, and finally had them beaten in front of me with rifle butts and sticks." This sort of incident is far from exceptional. Throughout Algeria. the FLN's higher echelon try a! all costs to reassure the Europeans. In Oran. after the anti-European riots in which one-hundred people lost their lives, the FLN executed countless Arabs suspected of having participated in the murders Several dozen Arab suspectwen presented by the ELN to foreign journalists as "men about to die for their anti-European crimes"— and throughout the following night could be heard the salvos of the execution squads. According to the FLN OAS agreement, no retaliatory action will be taken by the new Algerian authorities against former members in the European underground. The former OAS leader, Jean-Jacques Susini, is still in peans. be the theme for the first meeting. aj^ Yowl find complete Have* tffa ^ facilities to exoctly satisfy • uatneaa Mtetlno. &f ? your need. 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Page 4-A *Jels*ncrMian -Jewish Flondian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 T'.ZD K. SHOCHET Ecilc: end Publisher LEC MINDLIN Executive Editor BELMA M. THOMPSON Assi to Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Ttl Aviv, Israel P.AY U. BINDER Correspondent i&oid-Cla*. rctage Paid at Miami. Florida. Th J.wi.h F.orldian ha, absorbed^ *ffi? h T JSSSijS the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Teies Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate• Worldwoe New. Se-v.ce. National Editorial Assn Am !" an A, ,n. of Engi.sh-Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida Pre ss Assn. Xh Jw!sh Floridian does not guarantee th< K rtirstli dvertlsi %  SUBSCRIPTION RATES Local Area C-e Year *S 00 Three Vea-s it X Out of Town Upon Request Volume 35 Number 30 Friday, July 27, 1962 25 Tammuz 5722 Terrorist Design Rising in Cairo Gamal Abdel Nasser's speech Sunday to hundreds of thousands of massed Egyptians in Cairo was a terrifying document within the larger context of a :errifying spectacle. What Nasser had to say was nothing new. The terror rather emerged horn the fact that it is tolerated, and even sanctioned, by the major world leaders at the United Nations. Nasser's hysterical address was made from a rostrum on which stood Nikita Khrushchev's daughter and son-in-law, Izvestia Editor Alexei Adzhubei, as honored guests. The Soviet Union's aggressive attitude toward Israel, his political friendship for Nasser, and his continuing effort to make hay in the Middle East are by now classic. That Khrushchev by inference Sunday thus underwrote the substance of the Egyptian dictator's address should come as no real surprise. He has little interest in Nasser other than, if possible, to communize him; and he is perfectly willing to see Israel destroyed as the price of his objective. But Nasser on Sunday openly admitted to the world that he is preparing for a final round against Israel, boasting of new Egyptian rockets with upward of 360-mile range, and capable of hitting any Israeli target. In addition, he showed off the outer Made-in-the-Soviet Union shell of his beefed-up air lorce, including jet fighters and bombers. The United States, through continuing aid to Nasser, has made all these things possible. For U.S. funds to Egypt are simply being applied to the fulfillment of Nasser's domestic needs, while he diverts ever increasing c mounts of his budget for the purchase of souped-up military eguipment from Russia. At 1'ne same time, Washington has repeatedly refused to sell Israel the kind of armament that would keep her on a par and minimize the danger of Nasser's ultimate intention. The State Department document last week explaining U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East is thus a farce. Whether the Kennedy Administration likes to hear it or not, U.S. foreign policy there today is Eisenhower foreign policy — and it was Ike who put Nasser back on the throne from which he was so ignominJously toppled in 1956. %  S OZJLi BifK. ( BUT I CAN NOT SEE J V. THETOPUNEL/ • 1/ : %  low the road of total Communist assimilation —and to be rewarded in a similiar manner. But if the American Jewish Congress evaluation of the appointment is somewhat exuberant, it remains no less accurate. Dymshits does nothing to alter a fundamental understanding of Moscow's larger design. The extent to which Russia's Jews have been resisting communization and holding on to their traditional Jewish identifications is precisely the extent to which official anti-Semitism will take on more urgent expression and manifestation in the future. Opinion Hasn't Changed We agree with the American Jewish Congress that the naming of Veniamin E. Dymshits as Deputy Premier of the Soviet Union does nothing to mitigate our opinion of Soviet antiSemitism. The AJCongress evaluation of the Russian appointment, that it is a tribute to Moscow's ant. i • — ..— VJUIICVCU me undoubtedly powerless honor accorded him can be nothing but a nominal Jew, and therefore no Jew at all. Indeed, this is precisely the kind of Jew tie boviet Union wants to make of its total Jewish community, and official anti-Semitism Fate of Miami's Nazis A varying assortment of upright hoboes emerging from the city stockade these days report with mirth the sad condition in which Roger C. Foss and Gene Shalander are finding themselves. This may prove that, even among the lallen there is a hierarchy of social desirability. For how. indeed, can one equate the misfortune of an honest American vagrant with the kind of "American" who is proud to call himself a Nazi? But it proves something more: Nazism is a contemptible thing whether in the city stockade or in the super-elite circles of society and industry. Hence, Foss and Shalander seem to be getting no moment of peace as they start ou on the six and eight-month sentences Judge Milton Wallace handed them last week as a result of the ruckus they raised while picketmg the offices of the Florida region of the AntiDetamation League of B'nai B'rith. The razzing that is theirs, and the hiqh humor in which their fellow-prisoners regard "good judgment." may be somewhaVTxube, SZ waulTa? SiSS SkTa'T^ ant. For. Dymshits. to have achieved the and Shatendr iSlUd fcd VSScS JttS Son li P Z T &?"• *e Declara2?Pnn I nd P?. ndence 100 times and Thomas Jefferson s Ordinance of Religious Freedom 250 of /merman 8 *Z* ^^ 1' he P rinc iples m Russia today most probably stems in large cc:ec'ZL "^ nheren in ,hese part from the fact that the J,nv,rr,," &f ul! ae ? d coc ^ents are what they would seek Port from the fact that the government has been successful in achieving its end In all likelihood, Dymshits is ceinc used cs cr. example for other Soviet Jews 'to fol"troy It is sad for".he decent residents' %  e Miami Stockade, but for this -ec^n W all that is precisely whei £? '%  Foss and Shalander belong. during the week ... as i see it by LEO MINDLIN A Friday. July 27, 1962 NUMBER of anxious telephone calls came to rm early in the week. Uniformly they reported on "new" organizations and "new" moves being planned for t'utur. drives against the legislator, who sold Medicare d>:wn the river. "We must work bard' cr," each of the callers told me in or.i way or another | don't know what the statistical public issue and per in order \ But I vagui > notion thai explanation" lor their nay vote does not wa>h ,,,, h the peopli the) presumably represent in this area. Medicare, is certainlj a substantial issu< that deserves %  %  nu item discussi n on its own merits. Nevertheless, there are hi %  hen involving a legislator's public trust, the political sures tn which IK is continuallj subjected, and the lntra-| -. game from which he will never be excused as a participant With respcel ti the first, Sen. Smathers' and Sen. Holland's "explanations" constitute a tissue of tomfoolery through which even the most uninformed voter will be able to see L<: these distinguished men say what thej wish, but let them not say that their decisions were made on the basis of representations to them from "back horn* For the people "back borne." at least in this bailiwick, have spokei often and loudly enough to suggest even to oui Florida legislati in the I'nited Stati Senate, that they wanted Medicare. THC CLOWNS COSTUMl Of SOCIALISM fHAT DID THE peopli back home" have u d< to make their Smathers Hollani w h point mon strongl> than the countless senioi citizen rallies hen had already done — launch a snake dance from Kiy West to < ,, : • ihir with respect to th< question of political pressures, I suppose th.,t these, nmre than anything else, were fundamental to the anti Medicare vote — not tin interests of the people "back home." Indei it was the interests of the American Medical Assn., the private In pitalization outfits, the multi-million dollar drug firms, and all then ilk that won the day when Medicare and the rttple "back home failed to be represented by their legislators. In the matter of the intra-partj chess game, our Florida representatives will be (puck to tell us many things totally unrelated to the basic humanitarian issue under consideration. They will point to the rights of the individual slates that they charge are increasing!) being usurped by big government; to the integrity of private enter prise which, in their view, is almost continually challenged today by Federal power encroachments; to the initiative ol the individual who, as they see it. finds it less and less necessary tc show even a scintilla of personal imagination or motivation, because Uncle Sam wants to take care of him from the cradle to the grave. All of this, our distinguished Senators will dress in the clown', costume of Socialism or worse, and suggest to us that their nay voti was for our own good. 1 would suggest, in return, that they tell it to the South Beach arthritic cripple, who lives on $50 or $75 a month in meager Social Security payments, and who must fork up som< gigantic and unspeakable sum weekly for the pills that help lighten his load. Or that they tell it privately to any red blooded American, who wants nothing done for his own good that he believes he can do better for himself. THt MKMMUNM Of SOVTHHN UGISIATOKS QRIES OF SOCIALISM or Communism, totally without relation tc to the question, are a vicious fabrication from many points of view. Mainly. I find them unacceptable because they are" a one-way street. It is Socialism or Communism if men and women, under th. Social Security structure of the nation, would be permitted to put aside small sum.regularly for their future medical needs as senior citizens. But under other circumstances, this is not the view of the American Medical Assn and neither is it the view of our Florida legislators. It is not Socialism or Communism when the Federal Goven ment spends counties millions for a Veterans Administration hos aital system. It is not Socialism or Communism when the govei ment underwrite, the construction of state and even private voluntary hospitals across the nation. Or when Uncle Sam foots the bill f. r fantastically expensive government-sponsored medical research, or otters huge numbers of medical grants to individual physicians. Here, the American Medical Assn.. as well as our legislators, arc Silent; for here' the potent interests are satisfied in the name of the people "back home." The Socialism-Communism excuse is an odious aspect of the m Pi 'h \ g8m L e because 'I rests on the Democratic Part) spin, which makes schizophrenics of so manv Southern legislator-. A recent feature report in Tune Magazine analyzed in cruelly humor ous detail the relationship betwen Sen. Smathers and President Ken neay. roe report came in the wake of the Presidents appearance nere at a Democratic Partj dinner on the eve of the Florida primarv, (luring which Mr Kennedy publicly endorsed Sen. Smathers' candidacy for reelection to office. THOSf WHO SPUK fO* JHlMStLVtS JIME MAGAZINE REPEATEDLY quoted Sen. Smathers as stating record t 1 Pre8Wen t "understands" his anti Administration voting record. In the more recent Holland-Smathers hast, to 'explain" their •'und'erst'ands''" ^ Sma,herS again ""M*** to Ul that the President nm ^"i M r Kennedy's angry reaction seems to imply that he does wou h'/v?,h" a ",ndeed *! !? did -* %  most Americans *ould have to be as suspicious of his motives as thev are increasing Sr',heir u, ; c r, fo r,ab,e about Sf • u -<%  ur-J53BS? so mueh f o-? 3 Ca rry ,he fl0,,r of ,ht '"""ess where, with KSXSEE&& rePre8e,U n n LUI S"5 and iisfst tnaf os Vs pSiT^f^T S^ But U y interesl other than the practice rf no 1 n 'P l """'<" moves backward In the mAlf '" -' ^ beUevethat ,.',cans men Co r.ncd on Pg e 11-A u



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Friday. July 27. 1962 Pcce 4-B Kknist Meridian S„ t U VeaU of Society Arlene Frankel Now Mrs. Winter After a honeymoon ... Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands M and Mrs. Michael Winter will u\ in Milwaukee, Wls. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs Ray mond Frankel. 8110 SW 62nd pi.. the former Arlene Frankel exchanged vows with the son of Mr and Mrs. Jack Winter, of Milwaukee, on Sunday, July 22. Rabbi Herbert liaumgard W ^^a TH V V^ Emories come back when you hear the^jme ••Evelyn and her Magic Violin." Remember when she play W nil S ,:,lny and his All-Girl Orchestra? A year and a ^gj2*J f'^'.r.hJ'.V o'clock ceremony = —^SHH:H-: sasssr c of German music-lovers. At the age of six. her mother, finding that she had perfect pitch, started her playing on the violin Beginning with the Settlement School ol New York, she studied on fellowships, scholarships, and grants. She received her BA at Hunter College, won a scholarship at the Damrosch Institute of Musical Art. and was a fellowship-winner at the Juilliard School of Music. At 14. she received the National Federation of Women's Clubs Scholarship Award, and at 16 the McDowell Music Club Award. Her debut recital was at Carnegie Hall. As. EVHYN She will continue her education at the University of Wisconsin Her husband is a graduate of the University of Miami and belongs to Zeta Beta Tau. For her wedding, the bride chose a gown of white peau de soie ending in a train. Reembroid n alencon hue trimmed the sweetheart neckline and long sleeves, and the bouquet was a cascade ol white orchids Mrs. Margo Winter and Marcia Angel were matron and maul of honor, and bridesmaids included Faye Angel, Gerry Frankel. Marilyn Benson and Mrs. Belle Bogage. The bridegroom's besi man was to her personal life—Evelyn says it was purely | Jack winU r j r an d serving as incidental to her music. ,ushers were Manny Frankel. Larry It was at her graduate recital at Juilliard Lub | iner j erry Bogage and Peter that Phil came back stage and signed her for Schulz his Mi-Girl Orchestra. Her mother traveled with her as they toured' T|u IH W Mrs winter Is a gradi country for the next few years, and it was hard work but very satis| uaU of Cora] GaD i es High and atlying Evelvn subsequently played with the Cleveland Orchestra, the u>nded tn ,, University of Miami New York Philharmonic and the San Francisco Symphony. Reluctant (c let marriage interfere with her career. Phil finally persuaded her that they could build a more lasting and perfect life together. For the past year. Evelyn has done things that she never attempted before From the beginning, her mother felt she should never do anything phvsical-like sports or even cooking. Now. in deference to her and, she has become an excellent Hungarian cook. She follows i he recipe just as she would a musical score, believing that the originator of the recipe knows best-just as Bach and Chopin did. The results have been delicious. In a separate guest house which is soundproof, they have their extensive music library, as well as a studio. Here. Evelyn practices several hours a day Here as well as at the dining room table, Phil is her best iiudience. Phil and Evelyn support all the concerts, ballets and operas. She feels strongly that the people must support these efforts in order U strengthen the cultural life of Miami. Evelyn and her "Magic Violin." playing in Phil Spitalny's All-Girl Orchestra bring back memories that will never die. ONE HUNDRED AND FORTYFIVE GOOD-BYES Last Friday, twenty charter flights left Idlewild International Airport and according to general opinion (slightly prejudiced) the most important one was the National Council of Jewish Women's tour. Aaron Parr saw to it that they are getting the red carpet treatment all the wav. Just before leaving, there was a cocktail party in the V I P Room given by Air France. Myra (Mrs. Aaron) Farr led the.group. She -will no doubt spend most of the time trying to remember where all (hose interesting things came from that she has brought back from previous trips. How exciting to be the wife of a travel agent! Among Council's leaders are Mrs. Jack Chanin, Mrs Juliet Harttr.an Burk, Mrs. Ethel Goldstein. Miss Edna Heller and Miss Elsie Schwabe, Annette Yesner will have to see that her husband, Dr. Bernard, meets Rose Gordon's husband, Louis, so that they get in a little icil business. The Gordon's daughter, Maggie, is with them. One family group, is also on the tour: Dr. and Mrs. Arnold Levitt ir three children. Arnold. Nancy Ann. and Arna. With them ; Mrs Levitt's father and mother, and Mrs. Esther Berlizheimer mg other vacationers are Mrs. Edith Zier. Mrs. Mattie fer, Mr and Mrs Sie Mendelson, Mr. and Mrs Max HoltsMr. and Mrs. Sam Ginsberg, Mr and Mrs Larry Gilbert, and %  Mimi Abel. Harry and Lilly schiff went to New York a week I their daughter, but they got to the airport in plenty of time. i • sure. ANOTHER ONE IN JANUARY The Chicago Club'.annual picnic was such a success that the iii.> ts and the HO children present don't want to wail until next July fc-r a repeat performance. They want it in January Mr. and Mrs Falk really planned a terrific day for the Chicagoans at Matheson Her fiance is .. pra luate ol Mi mmock. Sam Greenfield and his Sadie were there bright and early, ami Beach Scan: High and h was chief chef of the steak-hamburger-hot dog department, with BBA from the f exander Roth his chief assistant. Some of the large family par.,Th( isisted of Mr. and Mrs Mike Kaplan and Mr. and Mrs Jack Rosen, ,;,,,, wnen „„. and Mrs. Sam Pearlman watched as Julius Zukerman cut.38 each a perfect red one with black seeds. Chicago was never urli lh| |P I k( this. + TRUER WORDS WERE NEVER WRITTEN A Baby is God's Opinion That the World Should Go on." This was ten in red on the announcement that Gerry and Ro/ Solt2 sent out illy to announce the birth of a daughter, Lesly Beth It was de( I for them that their fourth child should be a girl, making three and a boy. Seven-year-old Howie will either be the center of .'ion as the only male, or no doubt he will set up a clamor to have a : aby brother next, TRAVEL NOTES Pauline Sater just returned from her first trip to Europe. Everywhere she went it was snowing. There didn't seem to be any spring in Europe at all. She brought back the feeling from Germany that people like Americans. They wanted ot know all about the world of Uncle Sam Her traveling companion was Sally Bachrach A post card from Sid and Florence Lewis who motored to the coast. | The most thrilling sight of their "See America First" tour was the \ %  Rushmore Memorial Florence wrote tha't their hearts "flag-waved fur-' iously" when they saw it. > •, w. rm r-Kahn MRS. MICHAll WINJIR I MRS. PHIUP HIINGIB Mrs. Klinger In Peau de Soie Ardmore MISS NANCY SONMTT Sonneffs Reveal Nancy's Betrothal Mr and Mrs. Murrav i> s. of 1360 SI %  i Nancy, T %  In Si Mr and Mrs Leo Si Flamii .. The bride-i lect is Miami Beach Si I ;h, and is now atti niversil i mi. Barry Lefts Will Live in New York The former Miss Erna Dorothj Korenvaes and Barry Li tl married recently al thi Forcsl Hills Jewish Center in New York. The bride is the daughter ol Mr and Mrs. Aaron Korenvaes Hay dr., and graduated in June from the University ol Miami. An accountant in New York the bridegroom is the son of Mrs M bert Leff and the late Irving Left. After a honeymoon in Jamaica St SK! 8 couple wi l lve ,n For The Diplomat hold was the setting for the wedding ceremony Saturday evening, July 21. uniting Marcia Sue Meyers and Philip Ruben Klinger Dr. Joseph Naroi I officiated, and ., reception and Cohns at Home In Bisc. Shores Site of the nuptials uniting De, borah Frances Seidner and Stan%  ley D. Conn on Sunday, June 24. was the Joseph Kahaner Chapel at Beth Torah Congregation. The chapel was endowed by Mr. and Mrs Joseph Kahaner. the bride's 1 grandparents, who were honored guests at the wedding Officiating at the early evening ceremony were Rabbi Max Lipchitz. Rev Jacob D. Katz. the bride's uncle, and Cantors Ben Zion Kir.-ch enbaum and Abraham Self, of Knesseth Israel. For her wedding, the former Miss Seidner chose a princess style gown Ol ivory -ilk peau de SOie and alencon hue A CrOWn of hal>> pearls held the veil, and the bouquet was of white orchids and sti phanotis Givi %  Philip K.:i er. t %  %  %  !. Gerl % %  %  \ I' \ %  thi V/i -: their new home on Bisi ayne SI followed in the cutta nim of the hotel. The full-length, peau de sole ATI and Fn nch embroi I %  ( on the bodue and skirt featured a full train The bridi : i hite orchids on a white B i Mrs B E. Madison and Jo\nn Mi yers sisters ol thi bri !e, >< rvmatron and maid of ho Other attendants were Mrs. h Levie, the bridegroom's sister. Miss Linda Bishop and Mrs Philip Le Nobel The new Mrs Klinger is thr daughter of Mr and Mrs. Hmmld T. .Meyers. 9164 Harding ave. Shi is a graduate of Ferrv Hall Preparatory school, Lake Forest. III. attended Miami Beach High, and is now a doctor's receptionist The bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs David Klinger, Kill 15th St., and has his own boat rental agenc) He is a graduati Whitefield private school on Miami Beach, and served in the S, Armj for three years. His cousin Hoy Klinger. served as his !'•! man. and usherincluded 1! E Madison. Philip U Irw in Lev ie, and Micl Richard Alan Madis was rlngb< on in J • Neb. I. Dundee Restaurant Given '£' • %  Ol • ;i Bl II r>> .'in!., II .. | ... sion 1 for ,-\ PROMPT CASH FOR ISRAELI BONDS •he denominate >" number of be "•• l. BELL CO p.o BOX ;N-I F'.ishmu 52, \ v CORAL GABLES CONVALESCENT HOME "* '• • and Gentle Atnti there for These Tou • "HOUR REGISTERED NURSING SERVICE • SPECIAL DIETS OBSERVED • Ml ROOMS ON GROUND FLOOR • PRIVATE BATHROOMS SPACIOUS GROUNDS I SCREENED PATIO Fvrd,na nd H Re-Mnth.l, D.rectcr-Own.r 70*0 $.W. 8th ST.. MIAMI, FLORIDA CA 6-1363



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J$££&:-:iti& ^^^^^^Lv^L^L^L^L^L^L^L^L^L^L^L^L^L^L^L^L^L^L^I : -*(.** Fcge 14-A *jmi*tntridiafi Browsing With Bocks: By HILARY MINDLIN Friday. July 27, 1S62 C > Noted Writer Fails to Plumb Depths of Anti-Semitism ... all <>f society responsible, even those not Perhaps what is most strange about his book is wni tributing; he goes on U On feeling of separait | S not. it is not a picture of the Jew as a butteniy. ^^ t|u n ;il (ij | ftIt ..<•<. h e constant ac326 pp. New PORTRAIT OF A JEW. By Albert Memmi. 3 York: Orion Press, 116 E. 19th st. $4.95. PORTRAIT OF A JEW' deals with my life as a Jew. %  I wrote it because I wanted to understand who I am — as a Jew — and what the fact of being a Jew ht.s meant in my life ... I wanted to tell everything This book has a special importance for me: it is the beginning of a long struggle against myself and it completes and concludes everything I have written in the past. In any case, it is the book that caused me the greatest pain I detest it." And so. beginning with Part One: "The Misfortune of Being a Jew."' Tunisian-born writer Albert Memmi embarks on a strange and somber journey through the soul of a Jew. Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN Congress Puts Nasser on Notice About U.S. Aid the advantage Th< Jew in his relation '< others is examined more between "the"e"two."an account gpi later in the book tc other religions, to his t intimate, thoughtful bul not nat j 0n his community, the politics ol his country, and his surroundings in general, 'lb. last part, Heritage, is the most interesting, particularly 01 the will to live: "I winced thai the two propos l ons go hand-in-hand: the Jew to live, that tenacity in continuing to : | forged for him i :• misfortunes: and in....... %  • ndomii ib i and presei • attracts iates thai misfortuni -. ; this has been sail btfcre, in le-rambling, The inti nsitj of Mr. M mmi's reanalysis of the outrageous misfortune of being born a Jew although there is a little of each book. It is something in which is personal but not philosophical. Subsumed under the afore-mentioned misfortune, sir. Memmi catalogues the ••malaise." the anxiety am --.ess of beine a Jew. the thorough-going hostllltj Washington C ONGRESS HAS SERVED notice that if Egypt can afford Soviet supersonic MIG-21 jets, the American taxpayer will not be sold down the Nile by the Stu;,.Department. The rebuke to Nasser, and nis apologists in the State Department and Agency for International Development, emerged in the new Foreign Assistance Act. Rep. Seymour Halpern. New York Republican, was alarmed by the massive new aid and loans proposed lor 1he Nasser regime at a time when it is increasing Soviet arms purchases He drew up an amendment to warr beneficiaries they could not expect America to subsidize trade in Soviet arms. But Rep. Halpern feared his amendment would be killed by an outcry that it might "tie the hands of the President" in foreign relations. The State Department lol bies frantically to keep Congress from attaching what it considers "strings'" to the aid program The Department iind its "A.I.D." subdivision insist on "flexibility" and exercising executive department discretion in dispensing cur money The Halpern amendment served tc provide p UN Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON Issues Not Changed United Nations QNE RETURNS here from a ^^ short vacation to find that the principal issue that has excited friends of Israel here for many months is still in the same muddled stage. That issue is: Has the Kennedy Administration changed its attitude toward Israel, as compared with the promises made by Mr. Kennedy, when hi ran lor the Presidency, that he would give high priority toward solution of the Arab-Israel conflicts and hostilities? Only two weeks ago, Mr Kennedy assured the leadership of the Zionist Organization of America again that those promises, which he had made at a ZOA convention in 1960. have not been forgotten. Certainly, the President's word is his bond. But diplomats here wonder whether the State Department and U.S. delegation members are alware of the President's attitude. Two points are considered very" important here. One concerns the as-yet mysterious reason for the U.S. delegation's insistence, last April, that the Security Council censure Israel but fail to indict Syria, as a result of the sizable March conflict on Northern Israel's frontier along Syria. There, it was clear, Israel retaliated with a raid on Syria's gunboats in a demilitarized area—not only after Syria had committed many, grave provocations. In its latest "explanation" of that U.S. delegation action, the State Department admitted that. or. four previous occasions; it had voted to censure [sri • for retaliatory raids. But there was no word from the Stati D partment as to why such censure nei ry in c i rj in: am i 'hire provocatioi ael. The State Di %  • %  • : ai ften .• in the Si %  curity Council %  :. But h in < iffer from ts in censure—... including the n the l"n;'. hi same w aj Th is, it is not much -reemeni U.S./ the U.S.! rn. %  the United Si 51 %  I Ass by 16 i %  partment "explanation c the U.S. had hop of its i guidelines instead of the pn ank check nually. Rep. Halpern cited Egypt as a flagrant exi abuse of American aid He said taxpayers were fed up with granting : %  • nations which use their own economic resources I buy ultra-modern arms from the Sovietand to trail tary personnel in Soviet bast-. It turned oul that press was also saturated with Nasser's double-dea I ngress quickly voted approval of the Halpern ami mi nt. The amendment set forth, clearly that thi ton 1 -';:-am is designed to encourage nationI i respectful ol freedom and justice, and mindtul ol American ideals. It warned specifically against nal %  Egypt diverting its own funds for military purp es d at other aid beneficiaries, such as Israel Cornelius Gallagher. New Jersey Democrat, announci that the Democraton the Housi I in r. Affairs tee found the amendment desirable. He point) that it adhered to the "policy thai Presi lent K< %  : concerned with following the Belgrad Rep. Walter H Judd, Mini spoke tor the Committee's Republicans H< said there should be .. priority system on aii ..-ions over the '(•tailed "neutrals." He backed the Halpern amendbecause "then reasons for writn out more clearly than we have hereti The amendment does not arbitrarily sever aid Egypt It i < put Nasser on notici thai i li • • • Jets and munitions, hi can expect I the U.S. aid list. The amendment coincidewith oni previouslj by the Senate, submitted by Sen K Keatu New York Republican. Thidual adoption ensures :•> ion of the amendment in the fi the 1962 foreign Assistance Act Congress is ready to reconsider future plans foi Nasser. It was noted that on Jut) :' Nasser braj ged thai h;s budget for military purposes has been vastly increa.eri The U.S. taxpayer was to finance his domestic nei while Egyptian assetere -pent for Soviet muniti Nasser said: Why this budget' Because we are preparing. We are strengthening our Air Force, Ann. Navy." The Egyptian dictator state:! that now thai the Algi ian revolution had succeeded, the Moslem world, led I j Nasser's Soviet jets, should prepare to wipe oul Israel He said the Arab victory in Algeria was "the harbinger lor the downfall of another base for imperialism in the Levant—and I mean Israel." These were the words of Nasser, who is bankrupting Egypt, putting it in hock, to buy Soviet jet bomberand even the new MIG-21 jet fighters that lire missiles ol the Sidewinder type. Nasser was counting on America helping finance his economy to allow him to divert funds to pay more Soviei technicians and East German Communist test pilots The latter, already in Egypt, include former Nazi Luftwafe fliers. rish fate" is i % %  >' unmatched, how* j ,.., ntensit) for thi %  sh n le in history : %  ''fi cling for som< of thi positive pers ments I Judaism, but ht seems strangely blit i ..nsentimental?) towai thi mystique, the raison thi whole complex ol Judaism and particavi meanl to the ctursi of human history. It is n ei a strange lack i ts absent • suggi st! that M Memn has not rei s' plumbed the I i i er di pt I • %  • thi levels thai i urky and dark bithi en ilized veneer I i had his bitti i reason wi uld havi %  .. nstea il thi :. i r of justice Panorawa: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Adler of Arkansas •ARKANSAS ** area <: EMBRACES an miles It ::is ., eve, oi iround thn ii II -aadlutied into -'. I sh tly after he Civil v. l havi nevi een in Vrkansas tut one rite Ami lew ish li r. Cyrus idler rn in \ an Bui i a i, Ai k me 1 is the -. • i! Bob Burns i r tout hi d almi st aspect of Ji ish pub' ahead I I I'll;;.. president of thi let ish The ilogical mn In eai lier years • a III rai I i Instil %  rents i an e ti ... shortly before %  • • W; r The} trai %  e Indians there nearbj i >kl lion a -..A as verj rough then, hard drinkii trj Dr A iler's ce stabbed %  ..because he n lux take a drink. Duni ivil War tl i ers spent a go d deal %  n Ihe Uar i ; i i as drafted I I of librarian of ian Institution bj thi is Dr Langley, [hi predecessor of the Wrigh! I oi ers in flying, in t is said that Langli .,,,1 in keeping 1 up in the air for ;. seconds He might havi ..-. much further in the development of fly*dli r believe I, if hi ... the funds AcAdler. Jacob Schifl 1 ffered Langley mom • continue his expei • %  but Lan [ley re' %  ke 11 1 1 some hesitancj ii %  I ng the job at the He told Langley t-out his doubts "I "' observer Bui ej said, "I want yi. \vi TK whenever you warn • Between Yov and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR Leading Zionist Critical of Philanthropic Giving AN INTERESTING ESTIMATE on ", Ml N INTERESTING ESTIMATE on 'hi '•• n of the Ji ; • States was madi ol Ami Jews are not %  Z.O.A ire, 1, %  dicine, he .. ; %  rs la • 1 stin ated t. n l< Ihe most 1 nc, il Jev probably ii ne, hi t as 1 ; rh, lies aboul I %  '' %  :• asks this q



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Tndoy. July 27. 1962 *JeHist Fhridtian Page 3-B Center Campers Hard at Work > of Greater Miami's spiritual leaders eel lor a social hour following installation nonies of the Rabbinical Assn. Standing : lo right) are Mesdames Irving Lehrman. ne Labovitz. Max Lipschitz. Morris Graff. mon Schiff, B. Leon Hurwitz. Norman Shapiro. Nathan Zwitman, Allan Rutchik. and Herman Cohen. Seated are Mesdames Morton Malavsky, Mayer Abramowitz, Alfred Wcxmcn. David Shapin Morris .'.. Skcp, and Maurice Klein. \joutli of t/tc LVCCL' By ISABEL GROVE v >. n -three Bob Payton, presi,. i of Ihe 1982 graduating class Miami Beach High, was also ikcted "Mosl Popular" and "Witj %  t ^ ; by Ins fellow seniors. An saleable extrovert who "enjoys • lung people laugh." Bob has, crtheless, always given his earn: at school. ;is well as future serious and careful attenSi : ,.i Mr and Mrs. Matthew Ifcjti n, 9048 Dickens ave formerI Troj N v good-looking Bob (liter the University of North 11 rolina in September and hopes tventuall) to make a niche for : in the world of advertising iblic relafions • w h y." says Bob. who • evi i> subject in relation to i %  "mj political career at A as -<> important to me It n the chance to mingle and ;'h a ider circle of stuand adults, and that's the to acquire ease and selfi Different Standards iring his sen ice as Kej i pi i sident and lieutenant of Ke> Club Division 16 same yardstick, this arti %  %  ti young man continues, "Mj lanee at the Club conventions %  me -ill! mere BDOUl teen • Most of iInboys I met %  in small towns, and their r'and ideals are different. artificial than on Miami II ed bj the American Legion Tr...i same year, he was ;. Top Teen 'f the Week in The Miami News Running parallel with Bobs fim scholastic and service record has been an active participation in ..r. Ing, dancing and music. A self-taught drummer, the \ htcn playing with "The Continental.-.' a -vvini; ing group, for several year*. All high shool seniors, the rhythmic r> who gave the opening welat the commencement exerI Miami Beach High in June, : his school's represen • -l the I Boys State • campus .". Florida State sitj m 196] In Tallahassee, elected one of the mayors i d in the Governor's cab i k government sponsor Sugorine NOW You Can Drink All The !c Branch, i < completing an exciting week devoted to Florida history, prepared -kitabout the earl} Spanish explorers and the natfc e In ians. hile 11 t'-, Fl Is "f fishing and shell hunting Next week, this camp v ill hi experience ol shi] reck.'' including a pirsure hunt and an entertaini ailed "Di serted Island Re V'Ui Two from I amp Ma K.: r.ii .,; thi VI iami Branch* appear • i on the "Focus" show on ch II last week, where the} presented .. ..::. of tumbling, acrobatics, nd songs The camp icum n 1} engage d in the preart In summer long circus theme, and v 111 be engaging in a swim ng meet w ith Camp Noar A majoi event scheduled for next week is the annual auction conted b> Camp Shalom This i vent iset for Thursda} e i ning, Allg 2. and includes an aliyou• -upper'' and movies planthe children \ special prize for the evening will be a %  ch Poodle pupp) Hadassah Oneg This Weekend Miami Beach Hadassah will have ai Oneu Shabbat on Saturday noon c ol Mrs Philip Thau, li Bav dr 'I ithi first in a series of .. Shabbat programs scheduled b} Mrs Sanford Jacobson, educatioi rman of the !...; %  :. : I =*=>: gyyt^Tc -A{.£td/U • -rr.-idion ove. of 1 7fh sfreef i-f* sfeps off Lincoln M. moll MADEMOISELLE FASHION SHOW MONDAY. AUG. 6th AT 7:15 p.m. Miami store riun Miss Lucia Collins from demoiselle mccazine will ce guest commentator no charge loi admittance. FASHION SHOW AND LUNCHEON AT GULFSTREAM PARK HALLANDALE WEDNESDAY. AUG. I. NOON Bta loc c ^l from Harburl Pantino, Mr. Dino, Chestnut Hill Tickets S2. Fc: reeervationa Cell FR 3-1111, ext Ml



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Page 2-A + lei made in communities of ess than ,0.000 resi, -J^J-J %  York S,u "' .,, „. tlfyl „g W ith Judaism seems ... ptay It concluded that in small towns. g m "^ ,,,,,. „, ,,„. attitudes ol jews are not jus! participants in |ui-h |1 | ,. ( .,„ S 0W ards their chi torma l community functions bul ,,.,.„• Pro | Rose reported "Sma" .,„, int egral part' ol town Jews, like |be|r urban^co to keep the faith and rotrr, Jews As a result, they sew Christians in the small commun|(|i m (1 i,.,,, sn summer camps Sir Isaac and Lady Wolfson. British philanthropists, contnbute t> „, ge ts to kno their ways and and when the) arc s„ Q millinn Hnllnr to further cancer and allied research at they cs e MKlll v '" %  ',. „ reiiaionists are anxious lor the social life "Because the Jew rehgiomsis, __ f> is constantly in direct contaci with one million dollars to further cancer ar the Weizmann Institute of Science in Rehovoth. Israel. Left to nqht are Meyer W. Weisgcl. chief executive officer ol the Institute. Sir Isaac Wolfson. Lady Wolfson. and Prof. Isaac Berenblum. head of the Institute's Experimental Biology Department, studying the plans for additional research facilities. amiot help bul get know high school, encourage them to at tend metropolitan universities Chicagoan Joins Kislak Attacks Reported in Uruguay C>"*'.r>ued rrtm ?IJI 1-A Calmon R. Golder ha> joine l Me FHA multi-family housing deparl ment of the J I Kislak Mortgage Corp. of Florida. Formerly J vice president for FHA multi-tan;::;. i I ;uayan studenl projects at Advance Mortgage w a5 n j ibout the head v nm Corp. his" The small-town Jew, the report said, finds himself more ac cepted formally and informally than does the city Jew. Being invited to one another's homes for informal visiting is an everyday occurence between Christian and Jew in the community. E-.ihtyone percent of the Jews queried said that no discrimination of any kind was practiced in their communities. •Fiftj percenl ol H' small tow n Although he has a deep-seated sense ol Jewish identification, the rural Jew rarely or never attends religious services Three-fourths ol those queried said ili<'> in gome religious coi 88 percenl pla< ed themselvi in some Jewish category Orthodox Conservative or Reform bul the> do not attend services because th< synagogue is too far away F : i ., n L; e d from 15 to l" 11 miles bacon or ham, and 15 percer" maintain strictly kosher homei even though it meant importing meat from distant cities. Two-thirds <>f such Jews n hamlets for basiness reasons they Started stores after having teen traveling salesmen or pad. Hers. The majority of the re-are refugee physicians who fled to \ m c r i c a from Nazi-rlnminate-1 countries and found it difficult •> •stabiish practices in urban area; Ithers are lawyers, teach) surance brokers, cattle dealers ind farmers ORKIN PEST CONTROL SERVICE mice j^ roaches w Camp Sinai's Season Ending ng m '--J%  by •' %  ;" %  in i DAIA the • il %  > %  •-i %  last tine lev, ibled mess three weeks of its current season iritj •• • lewish The camp has been under the guidC imm |ua DAIA ance of Sam Fleischer, former urged the mmittee to ombal physical education direct ir if the Nazism which nvad Latii iireater Miami Jewish Community American counti •Center Campers had one trip each week, which included Crandon Park, the' Herry-Go-Round Theatre in Coral dans ra|se Jews lesignated a Christian per m itheir closes! friend: out teteP" %  %  hreaten thirty percenl said thej fell more Gables, a cook-out anj day of tun 1 in Greynolds Park, an ice-skating' party at the Fontainebleau hotel. and a day at the Scaquanum The campers are now rehearsing for their final show, an original production of -Holiday in Toyland."' by their dramatic c >ach Mrs. Sue Hirsch Or. Adrogue repeated his pledge, m a i e originally in a nation-wide radio and television address on July 3, in a letter to Or. Isaac Goldenberg. president of the OAIA. Or. Goldenberg had sent i >ffer to Or. Adrogue, expressir") the appreciation of Argentine Jewry for the earlier statement. Swimming has been under the 'er wrote. I repeat on this occaliuidance of -Marty Eisler. and all sl0n tnat *'U avoid by all means the campers have passed -.heir a < my command the aggressions .swimming tests which degrade Argentine citizens Many handicraft projects have ? d of e d our tetherlMd. I made been completed under the super-1 ^J^^?^., 0 ? *t ha .LL ^ vision a student Other activities on the camp's spacious grounds included basket ball, newcomb. shuffleboard completed under the super£' """"''"" <"' "= of Miss Manlvn Schneider. Government and I ask you to be ent at Syracuse University. • % %  £ a t the Government will be intlexune YiGRAN FREE CENTER PHARMACY, INC. 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Page 6-A ". fc?/*f FFrriJUr.'ir Friday, luly 27, I950 Britain's Public Nazi Rallies Raise Parliament's Fever Continued from Page lA made the statement in a written reply to Arthur Lewis, a Laborite, who hud asked whether Brooke h;id examined evidence senl him b> an MP about the training ol the Colon Jordan movement as a quasi-military group whose members called themselves Nazi storm troopers and wore uniforms. A Conservative Ml'. T. IIremonger, asked what further consideration the Minister had given to amending the Public Order Act, to lake account of the danger of breaches of the peace provi ked by threatening, abusive or insulting words. The Ml' also asked what further consultations had been held about granting permission for Tneetings in Trafalgar Square for groups likely (o use such language publicly. Mr. Brooke declared he had under consideration proposals put to his predecessor by several members of Parliament to amend the Act. He added, however, that "it is already an offense under this act to use threatening, abusive or insulting words with intent to provoke a breach of the peace or whereby a breach of the peace is likely to be occasioned." The dismissal of Colin Jordan, leader of the British National Socialist movement, from his leaching position in a Coventry school, was meanwhile recommended this week by the school's governors. Jordan was suspentieo trom his teaching job as an aftermath of' a riotous anti-Semitic rally of his group in Trafalgar Square on July 1. The governors' recommendation that his suspension be con' tinned and his services terminated by the school ai the end of the year will now go before the Coven-1 tr\ ten >l government subcommit1 SMASHitlG CROWD LONDON JTA — The much • advertised open • air meeting of the British Union 01 Fascists, led by Sir Oswald Mosley, took place Sunday .!! ernoon in Trafalgar Square and u as broken up by a huge crowd alter lasting only 20 minutes Many people in the Crowd—Jews and non-Jews— wore the yellow Star of David as an expression of protest against the speakers. The meeting broke up before Sir Oswald himself could speak. None of the other speakers at the meeting made specif : c references to Jews. Jewish organiiations have appealed *o Jews to stay away from Trafalgar Square during the meeting. However, many individual Jews were in the crowd. They were far out-numbered by opponents of nuclear testing which Sir Oswald favors. The crowd on Trafalgar Square was almost to a man hostile to the Fascist speakers It broke through the police line and -mashed the speakers' platform. At that point, a Chief Superintendent nf Police, In charge of the police forces, officially slopped the rally, announcing he was halting the meeting "to preserve public order and prevent rioting." From the nation's capital to the Miami YMHA was the road traveled by this American flag as a result of the presentation made last week by the Jewish War Veterans. Making the presentation on behalf of Rep. Dante Fascell are 'left to right 1 camper Carole Friedman; William Avirom, junior vice commander; Frank Miller, camp counselor; Ralph Lampert, trustee; Herman Sokolow, trustee; Charles Plotkin, camp director; Daniel Neal Heller, national executive committeeman; campers Marcia Blumberg and Jill Touby; and counselor Naomi Tropp. Jew i Appointment Doesn't Alter Soviet Union's Anti-Semitism Rabbi Edwards Back in Pulpit Rabbi Sheldon Fdwards, direc" of B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundatix Ol the University of Iowa, an.) spiritual leader of Agudas Achim Congregation of Iowa City, will re turn to the pulpit of Temple B Sholom, Opa-Iocka, lor one month Since leaving the Miami area < %  years ag<> to serve B'nai B'rith, Rabbi Edwards haserved is man >>t the Judaica committee .,: 1 moderator and lecturer of • school of religion of the state L'ni versify o( Iowa. He is also a member of the Rab binical Assembly and the Unite: Synagogue Youth Commission Central States region, and hai served as a lecturer for the Unjed Synagogue of America's Cav alcade for Judaism, and as secre tary to the Iowa Board of Rabbis Rabbi Edwards' civic duties 11 I responsibilities include memtx ^lup on the Governor's Cnildi and Vmith Commission; chairman Johnson county, Iowa, American i ancer Society, and the Council Social ami Welfare Planning I'o his BA and M.\ degrees, k > in Edwards recently added ?h.of Doctor of Devinity. NEWLY DECORATED AIR CONDITIONED HALL (for Weddings, Bar Mitivahs, Par > ties. Meetings (Rooms and Hal Call the Israelite Center Hall HI 6 6645 Orthodox Elect Rabbi Avrutick At the concluding session of the nh annual convention of the Rabbinical Council of America, largest Orthodox rabbinic body in the United States and Canada. Kabbi Abraham N. Avrutick. spiritual leader of Congregation Agudas Achim of Hartford. 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"The time is propitious and long Overdue for the right of Jews to observe their Sabbath with all the requisite guarantees and protecBy Special Report NEW YORK The American Jewish Congress averted this week that the appointment of Veniamin F Dymshitz as Deputy Premier of the Soviet l'nion does not alter the fact that Jews in the Soviet L'nion rights and are liscriminated against in the sen-' 'hat they are denied the communal freedoms accorded by the Soviet ~;ute to all olher religious an I nationality group, in the I'SSR. ^^^^^PURCHASEUSNO" FROM OWNERS OF PROPERTY IN ISRAEL AT HIGHEST PRICES. Cash Available Immediately. Contact OAVIO DOGOLOFF Wl 7-45*9 15231 N.E. 10th Avenue v r t' %  Mumi Beach. Florida "More than the preferment ol .1 are deprived of the communal freeJeW '" -" v '' r ""' n 'W *•! %  ., come positive measures !>\ the Sovdoms accorded all other religious „,, Govemmeni to ifteci %  reversal and nationality USSR. groups m the in it> anti-Jewish practices." 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Friday. July 27, 1962 +Jmtsi) ncridUar '' I Fage 9rA UN Issues Report on Israel Economy Harry Levy, district deputy for the State of Florida, Free Sons cf Israel, looks on as Judqe Henry L. Balaban presents a scroll end gold button to Ferdinand Kohnfelder for his 50 years oi membership in the organization. Free Sons of Israel was organized in New York in 1849. Nasser Vows He is Preparing For Rocket War Against Israel Continued from Pag* 1A : secret." He said also that. he v ill open a factory for the duction of "Egypt's own jet ; ,.n<> Thus far. all of Egypt. have been acquired from the viel L'nion. Press commentators here pointed ill that the rockets fired by Egypt Saturday at launching pads 50, r ilts west of Cairo, put Israel v.thin range of Nasser's rockets. Eppt's firing of rockets must re-' ; %  ind I>rael that "we must take; i ur security seriously," Maj Gen Zvi Tsur, chief of staff of Israel's i i fense forces, meanwhile declared last night. At the same time, both Gen, Tsur. and Shimon Peres, 1 Deputy Minister of Defense, stated! ::iat. thus far, Egypt's rocketry I i rogram has greater importance as I ropaganda than a.an immediate Itary threat. Both spoke as Is.•el artillery started a series of ercises that will last four day-. Gen. Tsor warned that Presirent Nasser, of Egypt, "must be jdged by his actions, and not by "is words." He pointed out that Nasser's recent speeches, deemed "mederate" in som quarters -ere delivered while Egypt was reve'opirg the rockets with the help of West German, Swiss and Italian experts. He warred that, with the help cf the foreign experts, Egypt could make its rockets operational within a few years. The Israeli press this week requested that the Israel Government approach the Western powers again for defensive weapons male more necessary than ever in the light of Egypt's heavy armament. Israel applied to the United States a number of years ago for permission to buy defensive arms in the U.S., but no action on this application has as yet been taken by the State Department in Washington. UNITED NATIONS — (JTA) — A full scale portrait of Israel's economy, documented with many statistical tables, was provided here this week by the United Nations De; partment of Economic and Social Affairs. In all instances, the report provided comparisons between Israel and its neighboring states. The 183-page report entitled. "Economic Developments in the Middle East: 1959-1961," is a suppiemen! tn th;' U.N.'s World Economic Survey for 1961. Israel still has a trade deficit, the repi rl showed "The account on goods an i services since 1957," Ihi n port stated, ".-howa large %  hut relatively stable deficit, 11 ing from aboul $332,000,000 in 1957 to $339, .000 in 1960, with a considerable decline in 1959. when it Stood at approximately $321,000.000—while imports during the same i period were valued at $285,000.. 000. The survey reported that, between 1957 and 1960, Israel received a total of $1,059,300,000 in what are called "official and private donations." The "official donations," comprising 33 per cent of the total, were reparations from West Germany under the Reparations Agreement, contributions from the United States, and UN technical and economic assistance. "Private donations" were personal restitution from Germany to victims of Naiism in Israel, "personal and institutional remittances in cash," and "transfers in kind." "As the total net receipts from donations and foreign loans." the survey reported, "exceeded the deficit in goods and services, the gross foreign exchange holdings of the Bank of Israel and the commercial banks increased substantially from about $136,000,000 at the end of 1958. to $273,000,000 at the end of I960.'' In 1960-61. Israel • received from the United States surplus grains valued at a total of 1 $101,800,000. Israel industrial production was shown in the report to have registered "substantial" increases. 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Egypt, with almost 13 times Israel's population, had, in 4SB. 19:;.100 cars, trucks and bu nt' a j decline of some 10.000 from 1957 Britain Decides Against OK Of Genocide Convention LONDON i.lTA i The British Governmenl has decided alter lengthy and careful consideration, against acceding to the International Genocide Convention, Lord Privy Seal Edward Heath declared this week in the House Of Commons. The pact, which has been ratified l\ 65 nations, outlaws such mass killings as those the Nazis committed against European Jewry during the war. The Lord Privy Seal directed his announcement to Sir Barnett .Tanner, who had raised the issue, and added that the reasons for the Government's decision were contained in a full statement which he was distributing. The statement, issued by the British Foreign Oflice, said that the Government "fully accepts the spirit of the Genocide Convention and wholeheartedly accepts its objectives." 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Page 12-A -JewlstHorldtori Friday. July 27. 1962 Secure-Minded Jews Need No Crutch STARLIGHT. Pa— (JTA (-Delegates to the 17th annual convention of B"nai B'rith Youn Adults here were told this week that •American Jews should feel suffi eiently secure in their religion and culture not to need the crutch of JeWish city and country clubs to preserve their identity The statement was made by Har-. old Braverman. of New York, director of the national discriminations department of B'nai B'rith Anti-Defamation League. He add eel that American Jewry is apparently far from unanimously agreed on this issue One of the "biggesl questions" American Jewry faces, he said, is "whether presenl of Judaism and Jewish identity requires that we sanction separatism in social clubs." Mr. Braverman said that the result of this differences of opinion is that there was r.o clear dirc:ult of this differsnee of opincrimination of this *ype which he described as "the most extensive currently facing American Jewry." He said religious requirement for membership in social clubs was responsible for a vicious cycle, with Jews reacted for membership in certain clubs_ turning to their own exclusively Jewish clubs. The delegates endorsed President Kennedy^ call for an intensifies,j on „t religious practices in homes and more regular attendance a! church and synagogue services %  tituK fi r pi' 5 %  %  scno '• The view was expressed ii resolution L'.S. S preme ai il abusive commi reac: I %  wake of the r i i ing the New V irk S • prayer The resol I thai reaction to the Court cision had been "bio' on to the issue involved. It survival oi religion in America depends upon utterance of 22 canned words for children in public schools, we had better pray to save our churches and synagogues At a discussion on "Religious Movements in Jewish Life/* three rab binical panelists agreed that ,rianism of Judaism ha, led to confusion and alienation ot American Jewish youth and called for an end to -adjective Jiu.aism A resolution lauding the English-language Jewish press in the United States and Canada as a "major educational force .n the Jewish community" was adopted at the convention. The resolution urged the organizations membership to subscribeto the EnghshJewsh publications serving their areas %  Through 'hi.vital medium of ition events ol J< |l ;t rdinarlj nol availal ral press, are chronicle I terity ial is; : %  itil I I i i %  : : %  North Dade Swim Dance 0 North Dade chapter. B'nai B'riti Women, will have a swim-danc-* and barbecue at the Triton Terra • hotel. 2729 Collins ave.. on Satuday evening. Refreshments, game-, and music will be on the program MrPaul Rosenthal and Mr> Harold Shopmaker are in char,oi reservations. At ceremonies in New York City honoring Mr. and Mrs. lack S. PoDick for their contribution to Yeshiva University are (left to right) Dr. Samuel Belkin. president of the university; Max J. Etra, chairman of the board of trustees of Yeshiva; and Mr. and Mrs. Popick. Yeshiva Honors Beach Couple Noted community leader Jack S Leader in a host of philanthropic Popick, and Mrs. Popick were and communal endeavors. Popick ingled out for their "outstanding is chairman of the executive commntributions" to higher education mittee of the Greater Miami commd Yeshiva Inivertitv at the inmittee for Israel Bonds and is ac... i tivelv identified with the univerBtitution's recent annual commence> annua| ign in Mlami ment dinner in New \ ork Cu>. i ^^ Max J. Etra, chairman of the KUAMUrr QUALITY StHVKt New York City. 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KKIl I i thnl \ • %  %  : ... .... ind you iulr< >f your .... • ... \;:' i v ,\ Hi :-.< %  .< file the I ll %  %  %  ; |n the • • %  • %  e 6th day of -• %  ; • |.> do so, taken I len in. led Int • VTKI> this 3rd di :••:•.• \ nn.;,,., V v %  mum Whm the Me$&h Corns,,,, LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS HEREBY tllVBN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In .l.iisin. >.-. under the fictitious name ,,i I-'I:IMII Discoi'NT CENTERS ,,i 1811 Washington A venue, Miami Beach, Florida Intends to register raid num.with Hi.Clerk .,f the Circuit Court ,.f l >ade County, Pli rlda. WASHINGTON DRl'O COMPANY KOVNER ,v MANNHEIMEH Attorney* f,,i Washington Drug Co 7 S-l "And just because I'm seventeen today, Mom and Bo!>a, it doesn't mean I'm not your little baby any morel" Cer. 1941, Oavtnv P.odixtlonl NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE C.RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 7128 NKI l >A L-l'ISA MARDF'.MC, l 'laintlff, VB RAI'l. EDCARtK) MARI >KSI<\ l lefenda nl SUIT FOR DIVORCE !"' R Ml. EDCARllO MARDBKIC, 105-25 •;: Road, Apl n Purest Mills. New York Y..ii RAIL BDl'AKDO MARDESIC are hereb) notified that n BUI ..( Complain I f..r Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. AINSI.EE R FERDIE, ITS:' West Plngler Street. Miami, Florida, and file thi Answer or Pleading in the offloi • the Clerk ,.i the Circuit four) on ,.r before the 6th day ,.f August, 1962 If you fill to do .... Judgment bv di fault lll I., taken against \..u for the relief demanded in the Hill of ompla in: This notice shall be published once • ach we< k foi four consecul lv< \., eks In THE JEWISH PLOWMAN ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! fJewisti IHkridliair solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates iHnl I II 3-1605 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF SUIT or ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU'T OF FLORIDA. IN ANO FOR DAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 7258 ANTONIO AliEI.I.A. | Plaintiff, I M ROR \ v. BELLA, I lefi inI.ml SUIT FOR DIVORCE I"' i ATIM IRA ABELLA 216 West 16th StrjM I N. Vork City, New York You \1"R> UtA ABELLA u her. v notified I hal ., Bill i I I 'on plainl • %  1>l orci In.be. n filed ag and you ., i • required to serv, • i LEGAL NOTICE i. Had ••. Florida K •' LYMAN • NOce :AJPLICAT j\ FOR TAX DEED Chapter 30723 — Acts of >4i File A A-20733 S'OT HER Rl SIVEN thai \ Inv • %  „•%  : %  Corp 'ax S.i • "ei tifi. ite N" '•• y ,f J in. 1 i 1960 ( i %  in• and has I • .... • x Said tVri I folio wi II, d. • %  muty of I'.. I. Stat if %  • irl I • .-wit I.. ll i % %  v III Plat Book 3* Page 14 • II •. .; I inile, State •• l ,• : i Tl %  •• %  >i : .i .. %  mde •• i .was in i he mi' n ,' iel l 'nless -, i % %  ,.. h ill mt %  • !...%. ii.• rtj •!• %  i n u III b. sold t,, the "oui i House door nn thu • %  Monda> In the month "i Aug .-• • %  %  ,the -;iii day \ | IS I', II %  :•, "I l .. .: I i 1 i ,,;_• %  : H LEA 'HERM W. Clerk of • i i.,' ,ini! v I' da iseall I \l LEEPF:R I > ;• : % % %  LEGAL NOTICE I.VM VN, i !•: W Flagl. i si Miami '' l-'la ; NOT.CE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT iseall IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. 1><-I.UI\ C FLORIDA IN PROBATE \IN>l.l:i:i: ll'l:|,|r NO 56427-C Vttorne) foi Pluintlfl lii RE i:--.,i. ol ALKX wi'Ki: \i.i:i:i:r i,.. ..... ,i x Creditors and All Persons HavNOTICE UNDER Claims ,,r Demands Vgalnst FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .said h.slate: NOTICE IS MERER} HIVEN that "' each of you Ml< h.ieb; derslgned il. KII nn t. • aage In required to preseni in is ,.. H „ under Ih. tw. n 1 %  %  '"" %  "I'l; which sou oi ,.I,,I. ,,, n Caribbean Handlx r f A rExTN*l E a B V AlTFlRT t ^.l"??" • 1 late of Ha,I. County. Florbla • ., I.l.ean Sh "'Hon ble Count) Judg< of ,-•. ,''!• Count) and Hi. the same In ih. • Iheir offices in the Count) Courthouse Florida "', ''""my. Florida, within six I CARIBBEAN SHOE Cl.RP lai months from the dat. ol Ih. ••-,-, s w t h street Irsi publication hereol Said claims Miami Florida l. man.Is i., contain the legal .,lM\RVIN I WIENER ''" I'talillmiit and I i be sw..rn tttornej for Caribbean Shoe Cori I ... v i.VNII .i'i .i-i'i-'i ,," \u. "' >"" UI Answei ni Pleading to ll • H,,,ia :,^ .,h M ., 1 1 .;'-'.-.} 1 : 1 ',. w "rv:-.. % %  „ ,li\ i-.< II ,-; 'orp., Intends :, %  t. t: IIwith Ih. ei. mi of I'.,,!. • : l-l 1-20-27 r HE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADiJ COUNTY, FLORIOA IN PROBATE No. 5*;;8-A %  %  'll'NE} 'rTS NOTICE TO CRBO TORS 1 Ha) ilm i> | ....... s.il %  %  %  i requlrnt an) i %  he •-. Ploi Ida Hade %  • • 1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN ANOFOR OAOE COUNTY, FLORIOA. IN PROBATE. No S&JJJ 3 IN UK. FJHT VTK >l" SlKftkM -' '. SIN I-,' •" NOTiCa TO CREDITORS !• %  • Aft ,'%  III .1 • II l Ml Pel sons Having "l %  'rr• %  Demands Vgalnst BBM EsU'e: Vou, i if you ire hereto) ind required to pr —nt an) lalms i %  • u which s JU, ,>r .-iiher of \ .a. nut) !..' %  igalnst Ihe -• %  !N STRl'NIN .1 i lare if I > i-' lunry F1 T-M I M Hie i i %  >f 1 lade In tl %  in-1 %  illi ihouse In !•'! ml, \MI inn -i\ • %  %  %  ifflc. %  %  I lade ilen i.ii • flrsl • ian RREN • WAL PALK V. H WIE %  HtVIN 1 | .; l>ide Coun ilen u i • i frou the >!al il 4aid ,i the lalms NOTICE LNOzR ICTITIOU? \A" E .AVV '•'K IS H i EN thai %  •d. .le%  %  ..j ig ui til. : I 1 >• NES al Intend* i 'lerk • i', i %  >unt). \ i ) -%•• %  f i: .v MANNH f In,' or demand4 to • .: .1 id,i— •' %  ilnum ui l %  • be ,rn : % %  ind presented ifoi esald, 01 same %  • %  I I'.' -I \.D. 19*2 First | ,n ,n l -il\ 4th, 1962. I ,ll\ STRl'NIM "HER ,|l \\ \ '•: • %  if the i. I-I Will and T -' -\l IN STRCNIN I % %  • .ised. .1 M F1NKEL \" ,-nei |0| FJ I" : % %  -•• • •• Miami l. Fin la Itton '-Ex :% %  ir lr.-il>, .i ml (,i esented i H foi • >., d, sam.will be barred Date Jill) lv A I' l!62 s HENRY A KAMI' As Executor of the i:-:.,i.,.f ALEXANDER ALBERT, Deceased Flrsl iiubli. ition on Juh 2ath, l HENRY A KAMI' Vti.irii.) ,,i Law ',':'i \\ ashlngton \venue Miami Beach, Florida Attorney for Estate % %  < ALEXANDER AI-BERT IS-2II-2", v :', Pleading In the offli • if the f the I 'In ull i ', %  irt on oi %  • %  th. ih daj Vugum : If Igment b) d. fault nded in thi Bill • f i 'omp %  %  'I'll ii"' I. %  shall i • weel • ecutlve weeks m THE JEW ISH I'I.' HUMAN I" i\K \N|, fiRDERED al Ml H'l Is Ihls AD. II I.EATHERM \.N Clerk, I'll %  %  • Hade County, Floi I i iseall B; K M LYMAN l •. iit) Clerk T 1 3-20-27, 1 IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 47059-B RE ESTATE I >P Ml, II \i:i, DENARii aka MI.IIKI.i: DENARO 1,. ased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE ihereb) given thai I have NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY IJIVEN thai inderslgned. desiring t<> engag. In filed m> final report and uetil business unler th. fictitious nami ,,i Final IMschargi as Administrator %  Children.Houi Nurser) s. 1.....I at CTA ,,i thi estat. % %  ( Michael Denaro K.W I S4th Street, Perrine, Flor..k.. Michel. l>enaro deceased; ind Ida Intends to register said nam. thai on th. 13th da) of August, '."',:' viih the Clerk uf the ''ir.-uii Court "i will appl> to the Honorable Frank B Dad. County. Florbla. Howling, Jr., Count) Judge of Bade LEOLA TSI'KANO mty, Florida, for approval ol said sole ownei final report .md for final discharge "-*' %  *'•' | Rosenberg Rosenberg A Reisman it Administrator CTA ,,f th. • Attorneys for Applicant Michael Denaro aka MlcheU '.'-N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT 7 6-13-20-27 deceased IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIOA. IN PROBATE. No. 56571-C IN HE Estate of SI Ml >N 9TEINBER';. I.. ceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To Ml Creditors and All P. rsonn Ha> Ing Claims or Demands Agalnsl Said Estate Yon are hereb) notified and rerd to pres. in an) claim mands which you ma) have agalnsl inestate uf Simon Steinberg ubllcatlon hereuf, .., i he i in, ill be barred Dated ul Miami, Florida, this 24th da) of Jull, All. 1962 MINNIE STEIN 11ER 4JC 744.S THE WILI I •'.-' % %  '". IH S WIN.IS BAN K Pla'nl NOTICE UNDER [ICTITIOOS \i • -_ _AW is HEREBY : :\ thai u II. il deal | %  g ig In the tlous nan 'NTACT LEN :. KB' IR \ r/i '' %  '-'' '•' I 1 Intends to reg -'• % %  said [iih the Clerk if II ,, ; '; IRIs "I'll, A!, co., IMC f Ii:\ll. i, -H s for I'ai:-,. i .1 |„ -• • 1-10-17 NOTICE UNDSR -TITIOUS NAME LAW is HERE II ; VBM that rsiKned, desli Ing I ng i--.In L 1 1 -' 1 the f %  ,,..., unes of V, u l s '" NII WEN r' ls it in Drive, r 1, % %  -ir with the he Clrn ',' '' %  r I.IS S \M !' I I I'l,. I i JM.H HALE in i w\ \ Ins if,. I il'n,I-.. led 40 1|>'M..\ |ind SERENA M<>\ ir h v ire "'" "•in K md itsman J"' Appl ants |t SI i 8/8-10-17 It I I" iLPH • s IF: R \ : wife, I, • %  NO T 'CE OF SUIT IM H i HINHF:R in I Ks IBRINE A HINDER. .it,. W i i-i,i t 77, Que •" < You .re hereb notified thai the above I i n h ts been in-i ir Red ., %  In the i 'Ir, uit Court >f the E >venth Judicial Circuit f i• %  : ,I,I : .'i i • .: I'.. le County to forei lose il : : %  U|K)n (he following l.'s-riii"! real property: I..,' ||, Ii! •'< IPIR8T ADDITION PO %  M'-' IL '1 rV, i C ,r,limr to the Plgi thei t le I in I'lai Bonk 10 ,i • iga if I he Public Ree'ounty, Plot Ida You ,• %  %  • pil I', file your ansv.er to plaln'lfps implalnt with the Clerk of th* afoi ild "ouri nd en %  • .. copy 11 IOI i %  • ,' %  ittorne) MARTIN FINE 14th PIo .r Dade PedFlo ii, nol I ii.-i than 14 A %  — Pr-. 'onfes > • l 14 mist you FJ B kN "lerk, ,, Florida H > \ W v \ \l vRTIN I' I • i I nn Plooi Hade I 7/11-20-27. B/3 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 56391 IN RE Estate ol ISIDORE \K' INOVITZ, Deceased NOTICE TO CRED TORS To Ml i 'redltora and All Pi i Bong Ha> m:; Claims -I Demands Agalnsl Kaid Estate You ar,hereb) n,.iili.-.l ami t. iiulred to present an) claims ami d. man,is which you ma) h..v. ..L.IIIISHI, estate of ISIDORE VRONOVITZ In business undei th. flcili deci ed late ,,f Dade County, Flor ol '.i:\l'l:\l. BI'II.DERS 1,1 I. I,, llle < 'OUnt) .III,lUeS Ol I '-I'l This llth .lav .,f Julv. 1962 s \KIN, I R C( 1ST \N'/.' '. Administrator i T \ PAl'NCE. PINK ^ I' 'KM \N 1502 Congresg Bldg Miami I* Iia PR 1-5171 Attorneys for Administrator CTA 7 1 3-20-27 i '. NOTICE OF SUIT or ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 62C 7463 I VMES R tiKIMSH VW. I 'la Inl iff. KSTIIKI: \| DAVIS iSRIMSHAW, I ,. %  SUIT FOR DIVORCE n ih. plaintiff* \". n. MELV1N 'I',' Esthel M Davis tSrln I MI'RoPI I'" Box 12s, North MlYn Esthei \i tiavls C.rlmsha are Hi I I 6! Florid i %  ih. hereb) notified that a Bill ,,l Com"iial Answer ,-i Pleading In ih. plainl f>i Dlvoro has been filed offlc. of the Clerk ,,| ih. Cln-iilt I'ourl aaalnsi you, and you an required to "ii %  befor. Ih. 27th ,i..\ ..f August, serv. ., cop) ..I youi Vnswei "i I'l-a-i1962. Ii )..u :.nl to do -•-. ludanienl nu to thi Bill m Complaint on the h) default "ill b< taken against you Plaintiff* Vttorney, HAYES WOOD, '"i thi rellel demanded It ih. I I ol SR i Biscay n. Bldg., Miami Complaint. I':., and fill Ih. original Vnswer or This nolle. -Ii.,;: I., published one. Pleading in th. offlc. id the Clerk of each %  ;. •••( • ih. Circuit Court on r before the in THE JEWISH F'LORIDIAN day ol Vugust, i"-:: If you fall DONE AND liRDKREU .,: Miami m iudgmenl b) default will be Florida, tin19th dnj of July, .11' I kt-i agalnsl you f.r the relief deI'"'-' man, I.. I in 111. Mill of Complaint i: H I.I:.\'I'HI:I;.MAN. .• „ This n iblished once Clicult Curt, [ia. ,,i the i'ir,nit Court Florida Statutes, In their offices In th.Count) Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, witliln s:\ Blends i month* from ihe time ,,i the first j MARWIN S ,'\SSI:I. publication hereof, or th. sam. ;ll Attorne) for Wjlllnm I be barred ind Ronald \--Dated at .Miami. Florida, Ihls Jth da) of .1 vi I % %  A I • 1961 PAULINE ARONOVITZ \vdmlnlatratrix .' T \ BYRON I. SI'AUHER Attorney f,,r Admlnlstralrix c T.A. 120 Lincoln Rd Miami Beach, I ... 7 27, S S-in-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \i' ri, 'i: is ni:i:i:r.N iin | ih. i; .: desiring I, %  n \YI:S w „,|, si: "'• mi ll sea) ... Bldg .... |. : i"iii \i enu. Hlaleah, I h.n.l.i I,,I. nd Ii k %  uni). '.h. I, l-iu NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HF7REBY C.IVEN thai the undersbrned, desiring t,, engg business under the fictitious name ,,f I ,| i'i IR1TE al ML':', N W I ISrd 81 Miami ,is. Plorida Intends to registi said nam.with the Clerk ,,i thi Cll cull "onrt ,,f Dade County, Florida, HARRY I. RICHARDSI IN H M. II ill I MH a 'SKI Attorne) for Applicant 1/6-11 j" NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Nl %  PICE IS HEREBY ''.l\ EN I I the undersigned desiring lo engag husln. -nn.I. 1 Ih. fictitious nam, v i Fli Mi., MI. \ foi Plaintiff 7 11-20-27. S 1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 62C 7429 I'l: \ \ K RAY ISI.AZEBROI 'KS. Plaintiff, NANCY IHDOE ': l..\ZI-:i!Ri >KS. I '.'.ii,Ian!. ORDER TO APPEAR Yi il NANCY DO DO F" (3LA7.E,, IIRI '. iKS, : %  (• Toppans Lane, Ni %  i huryiiorl Mass quired t<, l'i:i.Tv INDI'WTRIBS ii numhei SSI a cop) % %  youi answer in the Com\ i: iiikth Si n • i .n i h. Count) I M.I, I loi Ida, Intends I., register Ihi sal. I nan,.with Ihe Clerk of l cull ,,ni i of I 'a.I. ',,iini\ Plorida Dated al .Miami. Florida, this 17th da) ,,f Jul) 1962 OERHARDT lU'CHKR sol,owner ARTHI'R W KARLICK An,a ne. f.-i Applicant :il"l Blaca) ne Boulevard Miami. Plorida 7 IV 27, s !in plaint i"i divorci un Plalntiff'a attorne) i 'laude -M Barm -. -'" I i Miami, i-ia and file the orlg in.,1 answei In the office "t the Clerk <>f in, Circuit Court on or before th-v 1.1th da> ,,f August, 1962, or a de pi nfessn will be entered against \on I 'ai. (I .1 nl\ In. 1962 i: R II: VTHERMAN, CII rk, Clri ull i 'onrt. I, i,i.i 'mint) Ilorld i ,.-".,! %  B) i: II I. w.v \^• Deput) Clerk 7/12-20-21 I i



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1W,. CO Pace ?-3 Jemistfkrrtfrr Friday. July 2" [M •£ r* yriKT AM :oyTxirT mu urn -*" *>*. "" %  %  NOW FOR THE FIRST TIME FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS TAKES PRIDE IN ANNOUNCING TO OUR CUSTOMERS The Introduction of the Finest KOSHER MADE Chicken Produced \\ // ,-. : II 11:1:1 Mi.-r ""• -*> .P0ULT1T : ^ taesssS ZION KOSHER POULTRY This Seal is the Mark of Quality and Kashruth %  You're Serving Your Family the Finest When You Serve ZION KOSHER POULTRY As a Special Introductory Offer, we, at Fcod Fair Kosher Markets Ask You to Try This Chicken with a Guarantee to Satisfy or Your Money Cheerfully Refunded! ZION KOSH PULLETS or BROILERS Save 20c LB. on this Introductory Offer N OW SIX KOSHER MEAT STORES TO SERVE v~^~TJT ^.co^wxv *** f"? T U EVEN BETTER AT r .. —... 163rd ST <;wrDoiki/CORAL WAY AT S.W. 87tti AVE. 2662 HOUYWOOO BOUlEVAtO IN HOUYWOOO 19th ST. at ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH 163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER NO. MIAMI BEACH MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS a 10th STREET and WASHINGTON AVENUE AT MIAMI BEACH FAIR


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Friday, July ryn 1932 Page 2-B +Je*lstfkriJ&r Chapters Plan Joint Function ,. ,!„-.. Dade i >unt> cha| ,';;;.N' :X Sixty representatives of the National Council of Jewish Women, Greater Miami Section, board je! for Europe and Israel. Among others, the group will visit the Israel Ministry of Education and Welfare to hear about results of Council-supported programs ii Extreme left (bottom) is Mrs president. Extreme right bottom are Farr, of Fcrr Tours Mrs. A leader; and her mother Mrs. Jearmer.a Soode. Senior Citizens Organize Here For Medicare C | u b on Wednesday, Aug u n Roger Grant, national chairm n o fh 8 e Homes trading cmmlHM and immediate Pi president of Flamingo dmissionwillbebyJ I k o. merchanrs trad n siamps The stamps and cash KIII goS the purch. I "he station wagon Vi rs Grant said Westbrooke Country Club is providing free 0e use of all facilH it the club from m 0 to p m and that all ej collected will go to he liac Home project .here ill dimming, tennis fashion show exents on the ; !>"> Dro n in ingo chap U-r in the pi bers s I Orr Will Speak To UN Group ill is ratic Pro.it a meetii %  -• ip on Th ing. Aug 2 it the WashingFedera Idg., 1234 Washington :i\,'. Miami Beach : B I R T H D A Z E : Ronald Mitchell, born July i 0 i ns brother Ricky, 14 month-. .,„. househol i of the former 11 Rubin and Robert Wemstein • S V. 103rd -i Maternal grandparents are Mr and Mrs Keni K es sler Part) m honor of the new C fiUd iii be at his home on %  Jay 1 ,.„i,.\ Beth, born to Roi | ( ;,. rn stolti on July ; Namin the baby will take place Satui morning ^tt Beth David, and i house for the deb will !• he the evening. UF Unit Picks Mrs. Richard Mrs Melvin J Richard will s United Fund chairman ol \ i section i on Miami Beach nnounced b) Mrs Va and Mrs James Rawlin^, ion co chairmen .. ith her will be ra y Sonnet I • I Stillwat rmen for area • >n Feller, Mrs nd Mrs La %  %  Wi M;. i; nd her hus Miami !' % %  i it> I'ouncilmai vin .1 Rich '• %  N. Bis%  A new organization has been formed here to let the community know that, the Congressional vote notwithstanding, senior citizens of this area are for Medicare Announced here is the chartering of the Sunshine State Senior Citizens Club 1. The club was formed July 12. and officers will be installed Aug. 7 at Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn. Louis Shapiro has been elected president other officers are Mrs. Esther Rothstein, first vice pre-: dent; Peter Sonter, second vice president; Albert Wilncr. treasurer; Mrs. Gladys B. Fendal. secretary and financial secretary. Hoard of directors include Surfside Vice Mayor Louis B. Hoberman. Miami Beach Vice Mayor Malvin Englander. Miami Beach Councilman Melvin Richard. RabLadies Planning Tuesday Lunch Westbrooke Country Club ladies will meet for lunch on Tuesday noon. Commedienne Patsy Abbott will entertain and cards and mah jong will follow. Southwest Jewish Center will ', hold a "family get-together" it Westbrooke on Wednesday evening. All Westbrooke facilities will be available from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m for the activities, including picnicstyle suppers and movies for the youngsters in the evening Milton Miller president >f the Center. rempl • Ner ram la ,; Agudah [si institute. Rabbi M IJ r \\ i mowitz. >l Temple Menorah, Noah J Warren, minister l the :-' rsl Presbyterian Church it Miami Bea h, Mrs Mildre l Pepper, Jack Rothstein, Heni j Longv rthy, Mrs Louis Black J;-. i MrR IJ B ildwin %  ither spe ikers who will talk on National Goals" at meetings in l ist. September and October arc Sam Gyson, Reinhold Wolff, economist,-Jack Cordon. Burnett Roth, Hendrik Berns, flunk Hall and Leo Mindlin, executive editor of The Jewish Floridian Mrs. Anna Weiss is chairman "t the group. Presidenl of the Greater Miami Chapter is Dr H. Frank tin Williams. The >rganization :ompnses % %  tions of North S Surfside. Nor RaM l a },ov itl Scheduled mandy Isle, Indian Creek, Biscayne Point. Biscayne Beach ind Park View Island bul my person can join without regard to \ tographi jal i it a Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, spiritual leader .if Temple Ner Tamid, will be host HI i!i<' Jewish Worship Hour on Sun,lav. 11 a m only could do such wonderful things for salads! M$. MCIVIN I. HCMft If you like CHEESE KREPLACH TETLEY qCED TEA IS GESHMAKSTE!, CERTIFIED KOSHER AND PARVE AJAX is used in over 3 times •s many New York Jewish homes as any other Cleanser because Ajax lias new instant Chlorine Bleach that bleaches out stubborn food stains In seconds. For stains, greasy film, black pot marks, nothing cleans %  nd bleaches better than new Ajax. 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Page 18-A +Jelst fhred/iar Friday. July 27, 19?? Catholic Center Appoints AJCommittee Expert ^•** • %  *^*"*' ^ w ffff .. ,„. :„„ ,„rf Marv E hzabeth. are A vo "Faith SEN. KEATING Sen. Keating Will Receive Mizrachi Women's Award By Special Report Sen. Kenneth B. Keating, of; New York, has been named 1962 h recipient of the annual "AmericaIsrael Friendship Award" of the Mizrachi Women's Organization of I America, it was announced in New j York by Mrs. Moses Dyckman, national president of the women's | religious-Zionist organization. The award is presented each year "to that person not of the Jewish faith, who has contributed most deeply to understanding between the peoples of the U.S. and Israel." Sen. Keating, a leading Republican, will receive the citation at the opening public session of the 37th annaul convention of Mizrachi V M— in New York City on Sunday evening, Sept 16, Mr*. Oyckman announced. Prior award winners have included former President Truman, Gov. Theodore McKeldin, of Mary-, land. Dr. Ralph Bunche, Dr. James I McDonald, Sen. Hubert Humphrey, [ Bruce McDaniel, Mrs. Eleanor! Roosevelt, "The New York Times," U. S. Ambassador Edward B. Law-' .son. Supreme Court Justice Will-. 1am O. Douglas, and last year, for-J mer U.S. Ambassador to Israel Og'">8 '' trends in religious education and separate the essentials of religion |() prov ide resource material tor from the needless barnacles of catholics. Protestants and Jew.|Q group hostility. This center, with evi rv arca 0 f religious educai its important collection of matThe erials, will achieving this purpose center is utilized by professionals of all faiths Ml lay and and IN resource materials are made avai The directors of the religious eduable to scholars from ll over th, ca S e n center, Sisters Mary JohnUnited States and Canada. of religious education.' The rabbi said of its program that it "will bring all faiths to a greater awareness of the needs and opportunities for improving intergroup and interreligious relations in our rapidly changing, pluralistic world. The center can make an extraordinary contribution to solidarity and cooperation between religious groups through bringing together in one place the best curriculum materials and research that will help translate into religious teachings more consistently the principles of charity and fraternity which Catholicism, Protestantism and Judaism share in common, without doing violence to their respective doctrines." Rabbi Tanenbaum will be a consultant to the center on references and background materials in Catholic educational texts concerning the Jewish people and Judaism. He visited the center earlier this month, together with his assistant. Judith Hershcopf, to confer with the directors of the center. Sisters Mary Johnice and Mary Elizabeth. The Committee has stimulated a series of self-studies of religious texts by cMvinity schools and universities of the major faiths. Recently completed is the sevenyear self-sludy at Yale Divinity Jewish Agency Sees Big Move from South America JERUSALEM — (JTA> — The Jewish Agency has worked out detailed plans lor the emigration from Argentina to Israel of Jews in the middle income brackets, u was announced here this week by Dr. Israel Goldstein upon his return from visits to Argentina and nther Latin American centers "Argentine Jewry," he said, "is restive. The political situation there is unstable, with various THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGFD needs for its THRIFT SHOP All your furniture, clothing, linens, dishes, drapes, etc. AM proceeds go toward, support of the Homo. You may contribute, take • fair deduction or wo will pay caih for same Remember wo aro NOT • profit-making organization We ere helping your community to keep it* dignity. By helping others you %  r§ helping yourself! 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Friday. July 27, 1962 Poge 6-B +Jc r\ ance "Credit for Metro should go to (hi good sense and perseverance of the greater number of citizens in Dade county. It has accomplished many major objectives and is continuing to do so. • We completely reorganized count) government and it now compares to the most advanced municipal^ in the country. It is looked to by all major urban areas as an excellent example i TODAY Cf.n :45 W '**•*• %  -M' r %  |naa f tt tk Wj Ivarfli <*atgstetw!£| %  it. AaMf .i parkway^ theatre T ? D ** r ,„*.„,, 2* V -T5£ (...11,4 159: Open 4.45 &' flftf cc.c Rb> i CO.C1 by DE LUXE CONCERTS 12th SEASON SUNDAY, JULY 29 AT 8:30 P M. ARTHUR FIEDLER JOELA JONES, PIANIST -...•5 T {fT2 • B.raff, ?, -• > %  MC-M'i 6 fc. Exclusive*? Smith FlnriJ* CL^ South Florida Showing WORDS & MUSIC" PERRY COMO JUNE ALLYSON JUDY GARLAND LENA HORNE GENE KELLY MICKEY ROONEY ANN SOTHERN CYD CKARISSE JANET LEIGH Technicolcr £ COLONY Theatre ""-naiA—-j