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The Jewish Floridian ( August 3, 1962 )

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"Oeivish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY jme 15 — Number 31 Miami, Florida. Friday, August 3, 1962 Two Sections Price 23/ tate Dep't. Says U.S. Aid to Nasser Used Mainly for Food JTA— By Direct Teletype fASHJNGTON — Assistant Sec( i[\ of State Fredrick G. Dutton [sda> ti Id Sen. Kenneth B. Kcat' New York Republican, that to the United Arab Republic fiscal yew 1962 was about $5.50! capita and to Israel about $34 j capita" in a letter justifying i Ircascd American assistance to | UAR. despite that country's j purchase oi Soviet military jets. Sen. Keating had raised a question about the propriety of American assistance in view of Egyptian purchases of Soviet jet bomb era, fighter planes, and o.her modern munitions. Mr. Dutton said "the department's studies show there is no significant correlation between United States aid ard UAR arms purchases." He said "the UAR's international payments problems are found in its lack of sufficient free world currencies." In contrast, the UAR has substantial development and current payments resources with the Soviet b'oc. mainly because the bloc provides the market for large quantities of the UAR's principal commodity, cotton, which cannot be sold in the free world at reasonable pii.es. He explained that the U.S. aid program, induing stabilization ans, was designed to meet President Nasser's "temporary critical shortage of convertible currencies. Three quarters of American lid, S221.3 millions in commodity shipments, represented only surplus food, said Mr. Dutton. lie justified the Egyptian-Soviet arms trade by saying that ther-; was no market in the West tor Egyptian cotton "at reasonable prices." and that "were the U.S. now to cease aid. the UAR's ability to purchase arms would not *>•; substantially affected." Sen. Keating said he was "glad to have the reassurances," although he was not in Kill accord Continued on Page 16A fe/7 Zvi Off on Official \Tour of Africa Lands; tops Over in France He Battles Salary Rise JERUSALEM — (JTA) — The President of Israel appeared to be fighting a losing battli against plans of the Parliamentary Finance Commute! to triple his salary from its present I £4.500 t$l,50 His official chauffeur %  the same salary. Mem ers of the Finance Committee agreed that the isalary of President Ben-: i e raised to a level i I MII 'ate with the status %  it hi(Mice, despite the Pres -trong objections, Thi ) noted that the Piesi cut allowances of [£15.000 $5,000] are turned over by linn entirely to charities JERUSALEM — (JTA) — President Yitzhak Ben-Zvi emplaned Sunday at Lydda Airport on a series of state visits to four African countries His tour will last 17 days. Prime Minister David Ben Gur ion, members of the Knesset and representatives of the diplomatic corps in Israel were on hand to wish the President farewell. A salute of guns was fired, and the President reviewed a guard of honor lined upon the airfield tarmac. Before entering the plane that was to take him first to Paris, the President declared that he would convey the sympathy and friendship of the Israeli people to the countries where "the tidings rf liberty to all mankind, first proclaimed by our people thousands of years ago, are now becoming a reality." President Ber.-Zvi will visit the two Republics of the Congo, the Central African Republic and Liberia. In Continued on Page 3-A SIN. KENNETH KEATING correspondent Report to U.S. On S. America Anti-Semitism WASHINGTON —(JTA) —The anti-Semitic Tauara organization in Argentina is singled out as responsible for the anti-Jewish terrorist icts there, in a report received by the State Department from the Jnited States Embassy in Buenos Aires, it was learned here Tuesday -* — Senate Opens Hearing to Eye High Court Ruling on Prayer WASHINGTON (JTA) The Senate Judiciarj Committee heard testimofl) from Senators this week thai the Supreme Court's decision banning prayers In the public schools has aroused wide concern in America that all official recognition of a divine being will be outlawed \ number of Senators u r g e d a Violence Continues as Rally Urges Anti-Fascist Moves VJCH ro at untNunto PACI I A NUMMNM CONFERENCE PACi SA MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay—(JTA)—New anti-Semitic violence flared ihi.s week in both Argentina and Uruguay despite oiiicial assurances in both countries that measures were being taken to curb the outrages. The worst of the excesses centered on Montevideo where no less than nine incidents, including the beating to death of an elderly Jewish survivor of Hitler's Polish murIder camps, occurred in a two-week period. The Uruguayan Minister of the Interior, Nicolas Arrosa, called in the Montevideo police chic' ard demanded a report on what was being done to check the outrages. The Minister in turn was slated for questioning in Parliament en the anti-Jewish terrorism. An anti-Fascist conBase.1 on this report. Teodoro Moscoso, U.S. coordinator for the Alliance for Progress. Sunday in termed Representative Seymour halpern. New York Republican, that the Argentine Government told the US. Embassy in Buenos Aires that "strong measures" wouli be taken to curb anti-Semitic terrorism." The U.S. Embassy has also been advised that "the Argentine people seem horrified by the incidents." Mr. Moscoso said. The U.S. Embassy said in its report to the State Department that "it would appear that the Argentine authorities are aware of the incidents and have decided to take strong measures to cope with the perpetrators." The embassy described assurances by the President in Ar.-jentina in which the executive power repudiated anti-Semitism. "This feeling," the embassy report said, "is shared by the Minister of the Interior who is responsible for all the police forces in Argentina." With regard ganization, Mr. to the Tauara Moscoso said that Constitutions the ruling amendment to nullily PRESIDENT BEN ZVI losing argument Sen. Olin Jahnsto-i, South Carolina Democrat, presided and anrouncei that a great number of organiiations and individuals have as'


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.. .. --z,<*->.\-*?---i"-/£lr?g%^ Tcae G-B P^ge 2-A # Jmlsii fhrkttat Friday, August 3 .-^ I %  = The 11 Goldstein children, ranging in age 3 croup oi 53 refugees, the rest of whom are horn 18 months to 18 years, are shown as oeing resettled with the aid oi Jewish family they arrived with their parents at Internationa! agencies in Philadelphia, Cleveland, Chicago, Airport through United Hias Service ass:?:lemohis Providence, Detroit, Kansas_ City, ance. This family of Jewish refugees from Egypt is being resettled through the New York Assn. for New Americans. They were arr.a: .; las' Brunswick. N.J.. Richmond, Va„ and Dayton Dhio. Senate Studies Court Decision Continued from Paje 1 A said the court's "extreme position" against religion was "a forerun ner of things to come." Sena %  %  \ Willis Robertson, Virginia Democrat, J Glenn Beall. Mao [an Democrat, and J Strom rhur rnond. South Carolina Demo ral ail voiced concern thai American tradition and religious faith were being undermined Sen Kenneth Keating, New "i oi !;, i ublican and a member ol the Committee, said he was disturbed I v portents oi "the bitter and high !v i motional character of man> oi the letters I have received on l""li sides ol the issue He said the court's action "has been far more divisive than the practice it struck down Sen Keating said Ihi re seemed an almost universal feel ing thai il the decision represented [he emerging law, .i Constitutional amendment •>! some kind irequir ed for the best In.. *. pest *i 'control service Argentine to Intensify Bias Vigil BUENOS AIRES — UTA1 — The anti-Jewish terrorist activities in Argentina were discussed .. i meeting of members of the Cabinet here last weekend, it was learned here. It was agreed by all present that the Argentine police must intensify :is efforts to prevent vio-! lence against Jews. It was also decideto appeal to journalists to abstain from reporting the events in a sensational manner T\i i mem :he Latin in \ il the World Jewish Congress, Dr Moises Goldman and Mark Turkow are now visiting Monte i Uruguay, to establish the exaci facts on the anti-Jewish incidents there, and to hear reports from local Jewish leaders. There i ro doubt thai public opinion if. Uruguay is stror.jly condemning the anti-Jewish vioDade Heights Maps Registration Registration for Dace Heights Jewish Congregation religious school will begin on Sunday. Atlg 19. The program, for students from 6 to 18 years of age. will include a Sunday school and a three-dayptr-week Hebrew school. There will also be classes leading to confirmation and a class in Hebrew and religious education for high school students Subjects will include Jewish re ligion. Hebrew. J e w 13 h history 3ible. prayers, and arts and crafts leaching staff will be licensed instructors. Extra-curricular projects will include jurv. >congregation, choral and dramatic groups, ant an ath'otic club. BB Cifes local Star Johnny Bachemtn. currently appearing a Murray Franklin's Nighl Club on Miami Beach, has beei named "Performer of the Year" b> the Dallas chapter >f B'nai B'rith lence. Reports received here from Montevideo claim that the beating to death oa Jew, Samuel Zaliberg. in Montevideo, last week was linked to robbery, and had no connection with antiSemitism. The same reports assert that, ol Ihe eight men and girls who had been kidnaped and branded with swasiikas in Montevideo, onlj one —Dr. Maximo Handel—is Jewish. The reports add. however, that among the non-Jewish persons at-' tacked are several who are employed by Jews either in -tores OT as domestic servants. Jews and MOM Jews are also receiving a large number of threatening anti-Semitic letters carrying no signatures, the leport says. Rabbi Joseph E. 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Friday, August 2. 1962 Iff* i*t fhriciinr Page 3-A Israel Expects Population Rise To 3 Million JTA—By Direct Teletype JERUSALEM — Resettlement of new immigratUs is being implem en ted under a plan geared to an tnticipated population in the next ten years of 3.OOO.OOOO Jews and I 000 Arabs. Minister of the In-, rmr Moche Shapiro told l'arlia ; ni on Tuesdaj In presenting the budget for his 1. inistry, Shapiro sal i that the plan I ovides f2l.ooo.ooo) of by i third moi i leviate that burvi: would i' applied for which there is no • %  %  nvi -::ntn such as Ben Zvi Off on Official Tour of African Nations During a recent visit to Jamaica, B.W.I., Dr. Maurice ]. Perlzweig, oi New York, director of the International Affairs Department of the World Jewish Congress, confers with the Rt. Rev. John J. McEleny. S.J., Catholic Bishop, who will attend the forthcoming Vatican Ecumenical Council, and who told Dr. Perlzweig that he fully understood the hopes of Jewish communities in the part which his Church cculd play in the struggle against racial prejudice and intolerance. Dag, Even in Death, Kept His Promise to a Correspondent By SAUL CARSON UNITED NATIONS—(JTA)—A "legacy" left by the '.ate United Nations Secret a: eral Das Hammarskjold. in the form of a lapel button bearing thi ..... IN emblem, is being worn now by this Jewish Ti %  '..• >> correspondent here He received the momento tly — ei| Continued from Page 1-A each country he will be the guest of its president. The President made a brief stopover in Paris on Sunday alternoon on his way to an official state visit to Congo (Brazzaville). Though thi visit to France was not considered oftieial. being only a brief halt lor changing planes, be was accorded all the customary courtesies on his arrival. An escort ol police motorcyclists accom panied the Presidential party to ;h! stop From the hotel, the President rov< to the Mi morial to the Unknown Jewish Martyr and then .:. (I the old quarti rs ol In the evening, tiie President boarded a plane bound for Brazza ville. The Presidential party included Fhu Avriel, assistant direct" r-gei '%  < Fon ign Ministry, other Foreign Ministry of. ficials and the President s personal physician, During his visit to the Memorial, which was erected on land granted by the Paris municipality to commemorate the 6,000,000 Jews killed by the Nazis, the President participated in a service at which Kaddish was recited. DOG RACING EVERY NiGHT EXCEPT SUNDAY w % %  %  Parks, eon ; %  itals ..!', or ans or. •. • • lion of n 1 mm< : 1 %  %  %  •: %  %  • • when Mr Hammarskjold tra,:.i thi ''..: can brush on a peaci missii 1 : •, %  -•<:. Mr .;• Tlrs Han fatal 1 la} "S %  • 1 ton % %  %  %  %  1: %  L'N but \ LSI) 22,000 Jews in Holland JTA : ;-h population total• 1 m 7.019 an nity Mr. Hammarskiold laughed and turned to his bodyguard, William Ramallo, said "Remind me to do so." The bodyguard died with his chief in the plane crash in Northern Rhodesia. Having mourned the death of the Secretary-General and his bodyguard, the correspondent had all but forgotten the promised button until he received a telephone call recently from a UN security man, a rriend or Ramallo, "This is 5< curii said. "I've 1 ever] time I looked for past two weeks I ha\ t I for j ,. Thi some1 .-. small enII stained th< ..,; 11 butThe fact the 1 had' ti.! r ipient's ..n 1 Those hen ho l< f the inc idi ; ited that Hammarsk Id des] ti all of his heavj lei had 111 ntuailj .-down e aftei his remi ii • red in thi „t ', • -.... that he never over• %  • Herzl Anniversary Marked JERUSALEM (JTA) — Mori than ;.(j(>o persons participated here in ceremonies marking the 58th anniversary of the death of Dr. Then dor Herzl. founder of political Zionism. The observances opened at |l .'.: : Ml Herzl when a children'choil chanted melodic.-. laid bunches ol crimson flowers on rlerzl'< 1 presenti r< : Herzl s uritings. NO MINOR* I-ouis J. Glickman. New York business leader and philanthropist, receives a scroll of honor "for his services to the advancement of science" from Abraham Feinberg, president of %  ne American Committee for the Weizmann Institute of Science, at Gracie Mansion reception sponsored by the Weizr;.ann Institute. Left to right are Feinberg, Mrs. Glickman. 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Tcae 6-B Pcge 4-A Jewlst>Jlcrkfian -Je wish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 &£d-Ci£. PS1?M r^ at Miami. Florida. T*, J.W..H Floridi.n h3. bS o ; b (d .he Jew^^Un^^nd during the week ... as i see it by LEO MINDLIN Fr.ED K. SHOCHET Ecitcr and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor SE1MA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher !" SUBSCRIPTION RATES: v v M L Cal A "' Thr.. Y.tri $10.08 C Y r *o?t of Towr Upon "MU..1 ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv, Israel RAY U. BINDER Correspondent ,-„•..__ -is Number 21 Friday. August 3. 1962 '3 Ab 5722 UNITED ARAB REPUBLIC? With Gamal Abdel Nasser flexing his muscles more and more these days. the increasing custom of news reports is to refer to Egypt as the United Arab Republic. The question is: "United with whom?" Even in its heyday, the EgyptSyria Union, from which the UAR took its name, was an uneasy one, in which Nasser dreamed great dreams of becoming the absolute ruler over a vast Pan-Arab empire in the Middle East, and in which Syria aspired toward nothing else than to dissolve the partnership. That partnership has since been dissolved. No nation seems willing to take Syria's place, and except for their total hatred of Israel, the Arab leaders appear to be as distrustful of one another as ever before. The United Arab Republic is a fiction with the nominal purpose of that earlier fiction called the Arab League. State Dep't. Explanations If it does nothing else, the Keating-Halpern Amendment to the U.S. Foreign Aid program certainly keeps the State Department on its toes. An example is this week's explanation to Sen. Keating who expressed to the department his concern for the rapid Nasser arms buildup with Soviet war materiel. The method is a simple one: We supply Egypt's dictator with foreign aid funds, which he pours into his national budget for domestic needs; whereupon, Nasser promptly picks up the phone, calls Moscow, and puts in an order for more jet fighters, bombers, and submarines with the liberated credits he would otherwise have had to spend at home. Not so, the State Department told Sen. Keating in a letter Tuesday. U.S. aid funds sent to Egypt are mainly used for such things os food. Certainly, State Department officials are not dense enough to assume that the American public will fail to see through this kind cf explanation. What is the purchase of food ii not in the category of domestic needs? In cny case, Sen. Keating responded well enough when he expressed his gratitude for the State Department "clarification," which he also promptly implied was an absurdity on its face. Meanwhile. Nasser's arms buildup continues for the express purpose he outlined in his Cairo address before a massed revolution celebration some two weeks ago: to destroy Israel. Amendments to the U.S. Foreign Aid program or not, his intentions seems to be going according to plan. B constitute a significant cross-section of the Jewish community. The issue is not Dr. Goldmann, personally, or the World Jewish Congress. The issue, as we see it, is: Should lews be represented at the Ecumenical Council? Certainly, there are other Jewish leaders, in religious and lay affairs, from whom we ought to hear before seething, ill-conceived opinions become statements of national or even international Jewish policy ofiered up by individuals who too often see themselves as the issues and the issues as vehicles for their own personalities. Representation the Issue The question of whether or not Jewish organizations should participate, even if passively, in the upcoming Ecumenical Council is certainly a knotty one. Thus far, there has been more heat than illumination raised by the problem, with the World Jewish Congress at the center of the debate. As of the week's beginning, Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president, was quoted in The New York Times as declaring that the WJC would not send a representative to the Council. But, by late Tuesday, Dr. Goldmann denied the denial, saying quite seriously there was nothing to deny — that the World Jewish Congress couldn't send anyone to attend even ii it wanted to. This is a sad turn of affairs. Representation at the Ecumenical Council is a question thert exceeds in significance the importance cf Dr. Goidmann or anything he may have tc on the matter. To begin with, there are Other Jewish organizations whose members The Southern Town Jew The recent survey of the Jew in the small Southern town shows many hopeful things. Principally, it shows the Jew as an integral part of the community in which he lives. This is a peaceful picture. It should give sociologists whose special concern is Jewish affairs many a calm night of rest. That is. it should, provided no one probes too deeply. In the first instance, it avoids the Negro question in an otherwise "simple" presentation of a minority view. That Negroes have been a principcl source of Southern prejudice goes a long way toward helping us understand the bucolic ease with which the Jew is accepted in the small Southern community. But more important, a significant part of the survey devotes itself to a consideration which tends to cancel the larger meaning of the presumable Jewish integration it suggests. As the report indicates, Jews still value Jewish relationships above all other things, particularly where marriageable children are involved, and do not hesitate to seek such relationships in other cities, far away from home. The Jew may find the living easy in the small Southern community, but it is an ease fraught with many burdens and. especially of the variety requiring an unusual kind of personality capable of bearing them. Value in Being Prepared of ?n,?V ,a,emen,S b m ,he 9 ov e !" men.s o South America notwithstandina. the pliqht cf the Jewish communities there seems to be worsening daily. A hemisphere-w.de confer ence on Aug. 18 will discuss this problem ana r.one too soon. Meanwhile, the J. Agency is takina no chances. -W%o odus as like Arge, Friday, August 3, 1962 tEVERAL FRIENDS just • back from Israel, and others still there, report to me that many Israelis are openly gloating over the turn of events in South America. In a letter last week. I am told that one high official could hardly contain his satisfaction as he cussed tht significance of the reports from Argentina Uruguay Apparently, i I raelis see the anti-Jewish violence there as a justification for the position the} hav< long espoused: that Jews u-r. I've neither a nor valid existence outside of Israel. They have now gone a step further ihcv are warning Jews in the United States to take the s infestations of anti-Semitism as an ill-omen to -.., to Israel while thej ci i I do not know how widespread the gloat %  i mi to be. 1 u suspect that thi intelligent Israeli finds nothing in the Argentinian violenci ab< it which hi can be genuinely happy; nor am I inclined elieve thai what is happening in Uruguaj ti.day will urn., a burst df merriment to the streets of Tel Avi\ t< morrow. Wherever they are. .lews know the meaning of anti-Semitism at first I even if in varying degrees ol intensity; and. whoever they are. J respond to the danger in such a way as Ic givt substance to the Jungian theory of a collected unconscious, Nevertheless, in matters of partisan ideology, Israelis need give ground to no one so far as fervor is concerned. The recent Yos • i Schumacher case substantiates this readily; so d< the Soblen debates, whieh apparently still rage in the Israel Parliament. Thus. whil. t is undoubtedly true that most Jews in Israel ;,:t as horrified by the anti-Semitism in Argentina and Uruguay us J< *n anywhere els. l do not find it impossible to believe that macj of them an thinking; "1 told you so." ASSURANCE Of ISRAEL'S INCLUSION UT SUCH THOUGHTS are patentl) self-de c< ving. In the I instance. 1 am on it those who still believe that the balanc. historic Jewish destiny has yet to shift from tin diaspora to Israi Sacrilegious though it ma) seem, Israel i> -till nowhere near tx the head of the lion we looselj call world Jewry, A nation sht is, yes, and a Jewish nation, yes Nevertheless, tin total Jewish future, the future due for chronicling in the histories ol humankind, is unquestionably bung forged in the smithies outside of Israel todaj What Israel has thus far contributed to tht future, among other things, is the assurance of the inclusion of an Israel in reckoning thi Jewish tomorrow. It is this above all that di>tinguishes our future from our past — and a priceless distinction it is. But let no man assume that the force of Jewry's destiny—the tested Jewish political, economic, and cultural prowess — automatically shifted to Jerusalem with the establishment of Israel's independence. Jerusalem has been an undeniable and central symbol in the mass assurance of a Jewish continuum through the ages. Jerusalem gave world Jewry a spiritual staff upon which tc lean in the moment> of her most terrifying trials. Jerusalem, actualized today, remain! a symbol no less. But the balance of power has far from shift, d, and those Israelis who would deny us Jerusalem's continuing symbolic significance, as a shorthand means of facilitating what they believe is an inevitable and necessary change-over, also deny their own security. For they are thus denying the stiunty of the nation whose primacy they now profess. -:• •:• •:• T CONFUSION Of OPPOSITE THIS WAS MY second instance, whieh of course depends upon tht first: The power inherent in diaspora Jewry today is such that Israel could not horse If survive without the guaranteed survival, and indeed viability, of diaspora Jewry for some time to come. I do not here mean the almost naive-sounding arguments which many American Jews pose so frequently: 'What would happen to Israel if stop sending philanthropic funds there?" — although philanthropic funds are far from naive in reckoning the immediate needs of lara I I mean instead that it is an entire gamut of Jewish experience which predisposes the conscience of the world tt. a successful Israel I am one of those who have eternally seen ;, sptcial role for Jews as a prime mystic force in the shaping of th. human spirit — ON. when it was a passive one. Extended to our own time the roll undoubtedly involves Israel The events leading up to Palestine partition and the establishment of Israel's independence are replet. with the statements of sympathetic nations, which suggested the need to support th. concept of a national Jewish homeland if to expiate the Christian sin of spiritual non-involvement in Ih. Nazi bestiality. Israelis who fail to see any or all these aspects of the purposes of diaspora Jewry arc more than heatedly partisan more thi n chauvinist,,-. I,„|e,d. they po.se a threat to the highest purpnx ol Israel today national survival Let no one confuse these oppositeWhile the catastrophic demise of Israel would i, a traumatic sh> or," "T".'"" 1 w B Variet5 f %  %  "'" di P wouW nevertheless XV nv' ,'' r> l r Ved ,hls '" ,ht •''>< al "e1 wice before. Tin alternative, however, has no precedent and less h. I. NEARNESS INCREASES OUR UNDERSTANDING t^jONE OF WHICH should make us. particularly as American Jews any less uncomfortable about the anti-Semitic violence imm< • the south ol us We may feel the impact of anti-Jewish I'" in "**"> "ay Europe with the painful kind of em KlySfeSd glan C eC,ed %  % % %  *" > lch '" disJs!mn7^"T rr immediaU ,han ,he f *Hn* one experiences hi a • Son of l.w T V T f ,h< toquMtion, the Crusades, the aSt thi ,h "' En ? and ,ht d, seas d CiarW camp. tmune ,„ %  '., r ''. m,m,niI,, s of ,,oland ano Rw. r '"'• c,r o< l2er he A paSleM '""' "W f r a pa,pablc under8tar rA parallel her,, would be our national political, social state in Castrn, ; ""' ,h '' establishment of a Communist ""'" : "• miles from our shores on the other "tainly do feel thi anguish of disco. %  lewish communities of Argentina I Arable, n .„, unreausUi rj full,!'.-, exi of their desti If 1



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Friday. August 3, 1962 tJewlsti fk>rldHan Page 5-A U.S. Firm Shrugs Off Arab Boycott By Special Rsport A United States manufacturing firm, whose presilent describes ,;,. firm ai "a non-Jewish corpo;•. majority owners ' 1 n l Karim el-A'idi, i! • •• gener ; : of the CenOfi for the Boycott of Is. | a t ] scus, Syi i 'l he comad sou %  'threats %  %  %  • ,.: I n thi isl to dissuade n fin ing up [ml racl now under construction there and we will produce measuring devices! and so-metal finishing when it is completed, "We were invited by the government cf Israel come th-jre for that purpose After a Ihorough investigation by us of the market poter'ials, the opabilities of the people, and th qirerjlly favorable business climate there, vie dec drj to avail ourselves of their many advantages. "We have found them, t" be a friendl) industrious, forthright, and intelligent pei p!e, interested in making :i mo lern. and suitabl e'.ai for a people v. ho, unl %  %  194 • I ; I een h >meless The; ve thr iugh almos : %  mad< ,i leserl 'bli om." It i thai they wish to live at peace with and trade with their Arab neighbors as well as the rest of the world. People of Jewish extraction have been, and are now contributing, more than their proportionate share to the artistic, scientific, industrial and social achievements which th.' world row enjoys. "Ours is a non-Jewish corporalion and the same ensu pe 'a cipals of which are of Bri ish extraction and are third generation Americans We have t her el ire not entered into the agreement with the Government of Israel for rea:.of -entiment Had the Arab stat< extende I us the same invitation and the sam ensu c lop ra turn, we would .v overture > I .mil iuerctii in "V.'e arr r.~. ir o r c' s d by your threats of intimidation and coercion through boycott and black list. If 'he Arab states had progressed industrially and scientifically to the point where your markets were lucrative for our products, we would still not be impressed. "The effort you are expending in fi menting ha^e and strife with your neighbors can better be used t> bring something of substance tor your people, that they may have the advantage of a better standar I of living. Cease your war with the Israelis, and you wil find th;; corporation and most all of Americans ready and anxious to extend to you a welcome and helping hand German Court in Warning Continued from Paqt 1-A re election to the Schleswig-Hi Parliament ["wo i :. rts to try him for war crim s at 1 burg fail ed. He i SS, a hi jh tl Nazi polici %  and : Iping I the Jews in the War n i"4.:. • %  enl tied Coi cenl itioi t> Crimes Before the ( iur imenting evidence in the tri • ; .: number of convicted pr i ., r concentration < : is praised in the Built %  thi Government Office of Press n Information. The bonk %  %  / Dr. H. G. Dam, secretary-gi th Council of the Jews in • n>. and Ralph G i -'i i-'i ii %  eek he presi \ [he pla i is Hemisphere Talks Slated On Violence JTA—Ey Dire:' Teletype DE I le anti Jew •oi Argentina %  i for •• i no one has punish* I >\ e pro •;., i % % %  %  in executive I Jcv i ingress t<> ,r, tu i day' immunity the onti i 1 esday. ce in Bui is. '!-••.'. In Ar in l in. ly br iught reBrazil Chil Mu ol Ii • '" : ish lers in Sap i n for .. minute thai ( Igainst Jews lace it is •! er > untries. nt at a re en I the central : the Jewish commun[ Chiie in honor of Prof, Boris th< %  wish N ibel Prize winner who inow touring Latin AmerK .in C0U1 ( 5, The Mil ister of fnterior said that the Chilean Government appreciates tin contributions which the Jews an making to the development of th country. He assured the audience that in Chile there can be nc such a situation where the author. ties would not check the activities of irresponsible terroristic elements. Miami Growth Eyed in Article Metropi .tan Miami's industrial growth since 1954 Is featured in a 12-page >.;:ion of Industrial Development and Manufacturers Record magazine in a recent issue. Industrial employment gained 110.7 per cent in that period. Editor I rank II Stedman's article. 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Fcae B-B Page 6-A *• /-*/< Friday. August 3, 19 : .: We Must LeTnTMoraTfrom European Holocaust imntomnted by local legislation By GIDEON HAULER It will binol "ut of contexl to mention the neo-Nazi propaganda now disseminated through various media, claiming thai the whole story of the destruction of the Jews is :i mere fabrication, an Invention of Jewish financiers, calculated to squeeze out reparations and compensation from Germany These people actually say that the Jews are all alive, that the crematoria did not exist. Those chimneys belonged to factories and bakeries' It hardly seems possible that such delusions could be accepted b> any man Yet they are. There are many pamphlets published by the official information office of a country which is a member of the United Nations containing exactly such infamy—pamphlet.by the way. in which I have personally the honor to be mentioned by name as gangster-boss and a persecutor of war prisoners The preaching of the Nazi Minister of Information. GoebbelS, is apparently still being practiced. "The greater the lie," he said, "the greater the likelihood that some people will believe it."" Now what are we. those who siir vived the flood, going to do about it" Let us not forget that we could all have been personally affected. After all. it was pure chance that led our fathers or grandfathers to leave Europe in time for America, lor Israel, or for ,. A Prosecutor Spjaks of Hatreds 7 • '.• %  ..-. %  • I j H .. M H IH %  %  ; %  %  %  : I ,%  ... II m ter%  : .. Stdttr >| I .. til. • .\ : %  / %  : : I • : < %  i-umplii'itv v • nx million lews i)i : '-' Hitlei ... | \i|( .. %  •.• • • %  irk* u eT < ...... .-.• %  notion he ma torer : :: "i .>t B'nui B I VX -• % %  .ton D.C upon Hitler's triumphal march Into Washington. American Jews >uld be included in what the N:m1(11111i "the final solution." The hatred Oi the Jews was Hitler's first step toward the domination of Germany and later oi Europe It was part of his scheme to enslave the world The final victim was to be civilization itself. It was no accident that the Jews were his first victims tor they stood for everything he despised: human freedom, morality and the brotherhood of man No coexistence be tween the Nazi preaching of hatred f moral%  i-lation ratifying states. been done implements I in most .it the though this should have I unfl er the terms of the Convention itself Although some fifty countries acc ed to the Convention, ,1 has been enacted by domestic legislation in only three countries l am happy to saj thai Israel is one of them Laws againsl genocide, even if they are universally adopted, will not themselves save us from evil. They will, however, be Of great psychological and educational import once it has been declared that it is a universal crime to com mit, conspire, or incite acts which may cause serious !>"di]> or mental harm to innocent people of a certain racial, religious or national group, another step in the right dilection will have been taken. Vet this by itself will by no means suffice. No entrenchment behind legal provisions will do unless all [or thej are apt to develop into a freedom loving men become the : i.rld dominations constant keepers of the world's con GIDtON HAUSNIS other countries, and made the fathers and grandfathers of other .lewan( j (he Jewish preceptstay overe there. Had our ancestors ity could be Imagined done differently, we would have been living there and would have %  been ultimately subjected to all the horrors of hell, whilst other individuals would have been sitting todav in this room here. Hitler's First Step It is therefore proper that we consider ourselves as having been personally saved by a fortuitous and providential fate. The Nazi desire was to have us all in the gas chambers. In their secret ofThe premeditated murder ot a people di i not start overnight It began with a sharp anti-Semitism, with the hatred of alien*, with a h. lief in racial superiority The.efrom it went down, -tep bj s'ep. in inevitable descent which had its terminal at the gates of the exter mination camps. One who begin with hatred sowseeds which, un Let us, therefore, be the bearers i the mi ssage to the world that anj party, any regime, any country, which bases its policies on antiSemitism or on the intended deStruction of :tfellow men. whatever the phrases used or the terms in which their preachings are couched, is bound to end where Hitler Genocide Convention It was a great American, Thomas Jefferson, when -peaking about the preservation of civil liberties, who coined a famous phrase: "Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty ." He realized that it is for every freedom-loving man to be constantly on his guard against encroachments upon lus basic rights. In science We Jew.must lerive i moral from what happened Ue have lost more than one-third >• our people We suffer from the ind miss those center>t Jewry which were a constant source Inspiration and creation in all .v;:lks of life, in religion, in philosophy, in sciences, in national Ideas The disaster has left us crippled To continue our existence we must make up tor the catastropic losses I in manpower and in spiritual values. Let us be conscious o[ this responsibility which, in simple terms, means that every surviving Jew has now to do for his people not only what he would have done anyway, but more He must contribute what a fallen brother would the post Nazi world eternal" vigi" ha l e Physically and spiritually conlance ,the price of liberty" He tr,bute d "a<' he been alive en our Jewish education; in Other .Mud-, we must be even bett. Jewthan we are. This is the to t.niient of those who departed; thiis what they wouIM have willed to do had they been able to -, -o State of Israel There is yet another aspect whir concerns us all. I mean the Stat • of Israel, the state of those Jew. who chose to continue their exience among fellow Jews. I kno that the State is dear to you. brae on its part seeks your affectioi and love. We aspire to achiev your respect and pride in the exi-ence of free Israel and all it stand for. Let us together make a su preme effort to secure its existent • to insure its development so that it will be able to implement the hopes which hinge upon it. We will surely thereby implement the desire "t those six million who have constantly prayed and yearned : the State, but never lived to %  • • 1! We cannot bring hack to life th • millions of Jews who pen-hei What we can and must do as .lev .ind freedom-loving men is to !. up to our obligations toward I .hour in our history .Meat hopeand expectationan-' cut ot -o much misery and te > an i bl i For, verily, we are our brother ; keeper .. V,!',l I ) HASfc LANT FROM OWNERS OF PROPERTY IN ISRAEL AT HIGHEST PRICES. Cash Available Immediately. Contact OAVIO DOGOLOFF Wl 7-4S89 15231 N.E. 10th Avenue North Miar-u Beach. Florida realized that it is for every free donvloving man to be constantly on his guard against encroachder accommodating conditions, proments upon his basic rights. In duce bestiality and murder [the post Nazi world eternal vigi,,.., '. lance is the price ol civilization and The attempt to appease littler was futile—as it is futile today to We must penetrate deeper into Jewish problems, we must look for proper solutions, we must -trenythGORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS INC 2148 N.W. lOtli Aft. n 3 7180 Have your roof repaired now; you will lave on a new roof tier. "Satitf--tory Work by Enpenenced Men" ficial documents the plan was laid appease hate breeding centers down to destroy eleven million Kuropean Jews including those of England and Soviet Russia which, should have followed the expected subjugation of these countries. So much was officially pronounced at the Wannsee Conference in Berlin or January 20. 1942. No definite Hatred must be laced and combatted. Wherever we recognize the well known signs of anti-Semitism. of prejudice, of the denial of a common obligation between one human being and another, they must be denounced and fought. It is a dangerous illusion to besurvlval. It is therefore a matter for concern that the Genocide Convention, though unanimously adopted by the L'nited Nations, has not vet been ratified by some states and. even more important, has not yet been plans were made for the treatment ( [(eve that small doses of hate radOl American Jews, though in other iation are not dangerous. They all documents it was mentioned that ; ,re. even if the beginning is small. Bar Kochba Period Collection Peddled to British Archaeologist LONDON — (JTA) — A collection of coins and other objectdat '•'to the period ol Simon Bar! Kochba in the second century of I the Common Era. was brought to I light when a Jordanian Arab offered to sell the items to Dr. John Allegro, a British archaeologist currently working in the Judean desert near the Dead Sea it was reported here from Amman. The collection included a number of Bar Kochba coins datable to 134 C.E., various wooden objects. a number of women's cosmetic i'.ems including wooden dishes a spatula, a bowl, combs and implements and containers for the application ot Kohl, a form of eye shadow used by Oriental la lies. The object-, which have already been flown to Ammon, will he pv en by the Dead Sea Scroll Fund to the Jordanian Government it is ixpected that they will be included in an exhibit ol Dead Sea Scrolls to be shown in London later this year. Shrinks Piles Without Surgery Stops Itch-RelieTei Pain NewYork,N.Y.(Spectl)-Forth first time science has found a new healing substance with the astonishingability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop rectal itch and to relieve pain-without surgery. In case after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Most amazing of all — results were so thorough that sufferers made astonishing statements like "Piles have ceased to be a problem!" 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Friday. August 3. 1962 -Jenist Fhrid/inn Pcge 7-A Hands Off Civil Rights, Senator Told Richard Cardinal Cushing. Roman Catholic Archbishop ol Boston, presents a personal giit of S500 to Mrs. Samuel Rubin, Dresident of the Greater Boston Council of Mizrachi Women, to further education of Jewish children in Israel. In a note accompanying the contribution to Mizrachi Women, the major women's religious-Zionist organization in the U.S.. Cardinal. Cushing wrote that "No education is complete without a Knowledge of God that prompts us to love Him and one cnother." The giit will help to provide tuitional scholarships ior recently-arrived children in the network of schools, children's villages and centers operated by American Mizrachi Women in the Holy Land. State Dept. Gets Violence Report In Latin Lands Continued from Pag* 1A "information available regarding U ,group indicates that it is prob ; bl> composed of some young. highly nationalistic Argentinians who seem to have selected antiSemitism as an expression of their personal and social dissatisfaction." He assured Kcp Halpern thai he would keep him informed i: the measures which the Argentina authorities will take to stamp (.it anti-Semitic incidents. President Kenned) was recently formed in person of anti Semitic i .traces in Argentina and Uruguaj L> Vmunal Commander Theodore i kof the Jewish War Veterans r thi i SA ks stated upon leaving the h ti House that the President's •, i, si made him hopeful that |>would l>e taken by the United tes Government. Mr. Brooks provided President Kennedy with of i he recent outbreaks in rgentina and Uruguaj and stress • tn..: Latin states leaking assist. nee from the Alliance for Progress hbould adhere to principles re •I ecting human rights. The White House does not permit verbatim quotation of the President's comments in such conversations, but it was apparent that Mr Brooks was well satisfied in nnection with the South Amen issue Mr Brooks was ac panied by Felix Putterman, \\v national legislative represen live By Special Report! WASHINGTON "Han s of| :h Bill of Rights." This was Ihe battle crj directed at Sen. James C. Eastland (Dem Miss.), chairman of the Senati Judiciary Committee, by letter, telegram, postcard and telephone call from every section of the country this week following a committee hearing on proposals to %  mend the Constitution. The hearing was called to consider legislation aimed a! upset ing ihe recent I S Supreme Court decision that outlawed the New York Regents' prayer as an ini men) on religious freedom^ Among protests against proposed Constitutional changes was this statement by shad Polier, of New York, chairman of the national Governing Council of the Amen • an Jewish Congress: "For months the same Sen. Olin B. Johnson (Dem.-S.C.) who presided at the Senate hearing on Constitutional changes has held up the appointment of Thurgoad Marshall as a Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals. One may well doubt whether Senators Eastland and Johnston a r e as concerned with the preservation of religion as they are with using this issue as a stick with which to belabor the Supreme Court for its decisions in favor of equality and against racial discrimination. "One of tnc c oi stil itional amendments under consideration wouid %  -' -<< tar s ti [orbid judicial in, with i affecting I ublic s; lools— Ihus -, ng oul th< historic i.(i... i: the U.S S i prcme Courl in 1954 barring public sell... se^rc gation. "Even an amendment limiti r< \ ersii i thi Su| n n • Court's tiein the Ri -. ::ts prayi r <;>-<' would constitute the first instance i:< the history < I the United States in which the Hill of Rights has been tampered with. "'The American Jewish Congress is vigorously opposed to any amendment to the Bill of flights v\ i believe, as well, that the American people are equally oppose! to any effort to abridge our Constitutional guarantees of freedom, equality and justice. "We therefore urge every citizen to write to his Senators to express this single—but vital— thought: Hands off the Bill of Rights!" In n to Jewish groups such as (he American Jewish Congress, man) civil liberties organizations, Protestant church bodies, educators and citizen groups across the countrj have asked to testifj in opposition to any Constitutional artu i dnu nl al the public hearing The first he; were limited to .imonj l> members of 'he Sen* u Book Censorship Program Slated "Is Censorship Necessary?" will bediscussed this Friday evening al the Washington Federal bletg., 1234 Washington ave. lane! wdl include Prof Arthur <; Phillips. University of Miami; Rev. B. F. Schumacher, chairman Decent Literature Council; and lie .card Di.xon. local attorney. Sponsored by The People Speak, the program will be followed by audience participation. 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% %  aa^aaB aa^f^^^^H %  +Jewi$l> n*ridic*r Fiidoy. Augu3t 3, 1962 Violence Continues in Latin America • £ Logan H. Babin. jr., (left) of Houma, La. .and Herbert Altman, Dorchester. Mass., the first Jewish cadets to be commissioned at the U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado Sprinas, Colo., receive personally-inscribed Bibles on behalf of the Commiss.on on Jewish Chaplaincy of the National Jewish Welfare Board. Mrs. Jack Tober, chairman of JWB's Colorado Springs Armed Services Committee, presents the Bibles while Air Force Chaplain Marvin L. Labinger, Jewish chaplain at the Academy, looks on. Chaplain Labinger conducted a special bcccalaureate service where the Bibles were presented. UN Provisional Agenda Includes Israel Questions UNITED NATIONS—(JTAi-Three points of specific concern to Israel — and several other items of interest to Jewry in general — me on the provisional agenda of the 17th sersion of the General Assembly. The Assembly will convene Sept. 18. The matters of direct interest to Israel refer to the United Nations Emergency Force, on guarj against %  — i Arab-Israeli conflicts in the Gaza M _. ...... Strip and at afcarm el-Sheikh, and | 3U 1963 S,nce ,no l nl,ed s,atcs Lh( United Nations Relief and Government pays about 70 percent V., rks Agency for Palestine Refu, ol the UNRWA budget, and has to date spent more than S250.000.000', to aid the refugees through UNRWA alone, the Washington Administration's plans in regard to UNRWA could well be decisive. gees. The 79-point agenda contains %  wo items dealing with UNEF. One is the annual report of UNEF operations and the annual budcet for it. The other refers to •he advisory opinion by the In-ernational Court of Justice which ruled that all member states must share in the costs c UNEF and of the UN. opera%  ions in the Congo. A stiff fight en approval of the ruling is exMeted since the decision is aimtd at the Soviet ar.d Arab counties which have, refused to pay •heir shares of UNEF costs. %  '-.:o the Arab refugee question. • : %  will also be two separate reports. One will be by the Pales-; Conciliation Commission and: its special .Middle East envoy, Dr.! Joseph E. Johnson, who has been charged for the second year with! Ending possible easement of the I Arab refugee problem in consulta> lion with the Arab states and Israel. Bolh the Davis and the -on reports are certain to inVi'ive heated debates. The Assembly lace.a major derision in connection with the Arab %  --•• pr blem. The current mandate of UNRWA expires June I In connection with the refugee debate, it is likely that another resolution may be introduced by African and Latin American delegations, calling for face-to-face peace negotiations between the Arab states and Israel. Sixteen members introduced such a resolution last year, but the draft was defeated when the Western powers, led by the United States, refused to back it. The agenda items of interest to world Jewry generally deal mainly with human rights. There are three items on the agenda. One concerns the adoption of t w o international covenants on human rights, ;. subject under debate here for nearly nine vears. Continued from Page 1A ference convened in Montevideo called for the dismissal of both the city's police chief and the head of the secret service for their inability to halt the assaults. The authorities were no! entire |ly passive. Military jeeps re sen! on street patrols At the same time. Jewish self-defense units posted guards at synagogues .mil Jewish institutional buildings. The .leu beaten to death by 'anti-Semitic kidnappers wa: Samuel Saltzberg who lost his wife anil children in me Nazi murders He told his brother a few days be fore he was killed that he hail been threatened. The Anti-Fascist rally was called by the Uruguayan Universitj Students Federation, the Federation of Labor, the Medical anil Press Assns. and other groups The participants assailed the violence and called for a mass pro test rally for the first week of August Even as they were meeting, police reported a new incident, the kidnapping of a 30-yearold woman who was dragged by two assailants into a car in down town Montevideo and stripped Still naked, she was released when she persuaded her abductors she was not a maid for a Jewish family The Medical Society of Uruguay said it was organizing protective measures for its members after a Jewish doctor. Max imon Handel, was beaten and branded with a swastika on July 23. One terrified Montevideo Jew shot a taxi driver who had slowed his vehicle in a secluded area. The i Jew told police he believed the I driver planned to drag him into his cab in the same manner as 'other .lews have been abducted and assaulted In contrast to the situation in | Uruguay, police reported an arrest in the violence in Argentina A juvenile gang of eight youths was seized mi charges of trying to i bomb a syi n Bahia Blan ca, a port city in southern Argen tina. It -A as the first arresl ''"' violenci 11 gan in that country. Other Argentine incidents were %  i a n ia Washingl s meanwhile inform. | |i, g< ,.,i the W< i Id J< wish Congress here „ for a thai steps bave been taken by the Uruguayan authorities to track lew was assau ed him. down and put sfa the perpetrators ... ar ea tor of reeei a can ng attacks ;, i garets and then ci astiKai ms chesl In Bueros Aire< a -t-'vy plastic b:;-^b da-nancC a b'jildim occupied by Jews. Ore resident WJS take:' tc hospital for treatment for shock. in Monti Tile aitacki ••< re br -lit to the attentit i Uruguayan Era* ass 1 • • -"'" :: •' Samuel Bronfn I resiUcnl of the World Jewish resi •"•! cnairman i An i an i itecut \ i of the organize In :. % %  to Bronfman, Bautisti I • -• %  i Tin anti-S • stacks *cre el pcussi • %  plenary „ oiv of the DAIA. th central fa;..of t ISJ -I t ruguay -..;., %  ., Jewry r in Was! state* that the ,. .;, ,;,,v, ; ,._ DAIA president. Uruguay, i I rities "nave taken th< assi n I) that the incidents ; • that the "Nazi struc ture" in Latin America was intact regardless I • I %  > ial di i arations lo tin ci ntrary and tbat the situatii n required a | rmj nenl state of alertness The Uruguayai E n I assy in Busy Program At Camp Avir Hj Rothstein. direci oi Yehudah Moshe's Camp Avir. has made arrangements tor the entire camp to -i, "Tom Sawyer" at the MerryGo-Roun.1 Playhouse Also on the program for this week is a visit to the Food Fair baker) Waterfront directors Mike Korvuk and Joyc< Rothstein report that the children, all receiving individual swimming lessons daily. are "well able to tak< care of themselves in the water In the arts and crafts depart merit, supervised bj Rose Comm, the children have learned to work with pla-'.er of panand molds This week the> an completing plates ol tile and lingo drum I.;. iikBowling. games and outdoor a tivitfr s are an imp* rtanl part ot tindaily program. aj films of the Orang< Bowl games ^re shown to the campers in the air-conditioned Popiel H the pn pti steps to ur .over and punish tral of the crime ir.vi ii the carving ol swastikas i • yt ung girl's bod) Tini ruj %  • Cficial added that the incidents had provoked unanimous "condemnation in all sectors Of 1 .-...• sin r SHEMT0N] :II()TEL S CONFIRM \ J ELECTRIC GIASS BOTTOM ^ %  "^ BOATS IPS DONE VIA RESEMIBON fflMONS EXCLUSIVE ELECTRONIC COMPlTKrU D JuSt ii FLaza 10961. 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*. leftist HcrWiiTir n U-A Israel Cabinet Denies NewSoblen Try JERUSALEM — (JTAi — Israels Cabinet voted unanimously Sunday | to recommend that the Interior I Ministry reject an application by | Dr. Robert A. Soblen, the psychiatrist convicted of espionage on be-j half of the Soviet Union in the ] United States, for a visa which would ha\e permitted him to enter Israel under the Law of Return. The issue was brought before the Cabinet by Minister of the Interior Moshe Haim Shapiro. An application for an immigrant visa under Charles Clore, British financier, business magnate and philanthropist (right), and Meyer W. Weisgal. chief executive officer of the Weizmann Institute of Science. Rehovoth. Israel, shown ct the Institute examining plans for the new Charles Clore International House for which Clore contributed S 1.000,000. The building will serve as a residence hall for students of the Institute's Graduate School in the Natural Sciences. Vermont Reports Influx Of 'Common Sense' Papers tUTLAND. Vt — (JTA) — The irmonl State Legislature was si'd this week by Mayor .luhn ley ol Rutland to denounce the reading of anti-Semitic litersin the state, especially the U-Jewiifa publication "Common be" which has shown up sud lily throughout the state, distn i'd bj ;-n unidentified source form;.i resolution condemning publication will be presented j fthe legislature by State Rep Jiam JK.gan. of Rutland. "ComSensi is published at Union, ir Dale) said he has Federal Bureau of Into inrestigote howthe ( newspaper lias been from New Jersey into mont who had received anti-Jewish literature through the mails from an unknown source at Pittsford. Vt. Distribution of such literature has been condemned in resolutions adopted by state legislatures in Massachusetts. Rhode Island and Maine. CRIMINAL BARRED JERUSALEM — (JTA) — The Israel High Court of Justice Sunday rejected a request for an order nisi calling on Moshe Haim Shapiro. the Minister of the Interior. to show cause why he should not rescind an order expelling from Israel. Berl Farkas. a Jew wanted by Interpol. the international police organization. Farkas. who is sought by Interpol and police forces of half a dozen countries around the world for theft and swindles, stowed away on an I>raeli liner In Marseilles. France, and arrive! in Haifa on July 15. He immediately claimed immigrant status under the Law of Return He will presumably be deported on the first ship leaving for France Airport when Dr. Soblen was put on an El Al Airlines plane and expelled from the country Another point for probing is the fact that both Mr Shapiro and Prime Minister David BenCiiirion had stated publicly that they did not know an American Government agent was involved in the expulsion. The formation of the Ministerial Committee was voted by the Cabinet last week, but Mr. Shapiro gave notice he would not serve on such a committee unless the Foreign Minister. Mrs. Golda Meir. were included among the members of the Committee. He contended that the Foreign Ministry must assume responsibility for the American agent's presence a* the airpor", and for escorting Dr. Soblen )0 the flight from thi country toward Athens and London. Mr. Shapiro emphasized that the American agent's presence during the expulsion made the act. in fact, an extradition, although there is .no extradition treaty between I-.] rael and the United States. Critics of the Government, on this is* j sue. have made the same claim The Ministerial committee ap1 pointed today, include:! Mr. Shapiro. Mrs. Meir, Minister of Police Behor Shitreet. Minister of Justice Dov Joseph and the Minister of Transport and Communications, Moshe Carmel. ed tht tigaticr |-Sem, sporti. Imonl nun c of led 'i i sdaj at i |eh ed lil whit anti,' [ %  > d< i pear t |i be < I I (ormai ,1 it i senators reto postal authori. rlington that they had hate literature in the they described as beish .ir' l inti-Catholic red the fact that there DO POSI i law s w hich •reed to ban the use ol such purp ises Lash, chairman of the tit-Defamation League of B'nai ith ir Rutland, said that the L had received numerous commts ti. m individuals in VerLerner Will Be Lecturer By Special Report WAl.THAM. Mass—Max Lerner. nationally syndicated newspaper columnist, author and Max Richter Profesor of American Civilisation and Institutionat Bran 'els University, is a featured lecturer in the first of two summer Institutes lor Adults to lie held at the Bran dels campus July '.'9 to AUg • and AUg, 5 to 11 Sponsored by the Fellows of the University, the first institute will concentrate on the problems of Western culture and society Dr. Lerner will discuss "World Politics." and will offer an analysis of the major operative forces In the contemporary world, including the weapons race ami deterrence theory ONLY 2 HRS. AWAY BY "EXPRESS" BOATS IGINAL "PROVEN 3IMIHI CRUISE • DON'T ACCEPT A SUBSTITUTE] the Law of Return had been filed by the convicted doctor's Israeli attorney. Arieh Ankorion. The Cabinet held that the Law of Return vies not apply to a man with a record like Dr. Soblen's. Mr. Ankorion is expected now to take the matter to the Israel Supreme Court. He will seek eilher an order instructing the Government to show cause why it should not permit Dr. Soblen's entry, or he will request a High Court writ to enable Dr. Soblen to enter Israel provisionally. At the same time, the Cabinet set up a Ministerial commiittee to inquire into the circumstances surrounding Dr Soblen's expulsion from this country, after he had come here on a false passport. Among the topics to be probed are : the tact that an American Government agent was on hand at Lyilda ; Gerstein Speaks At Meeting Here State u as to Men' 1 ner meeting in the Terrace Room at Southgate Towers apts 900 West ave. 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I I %  Tcae 6-B Page 12-A Friday. August 3. 1962 +Jewist> tkrkKhf* wmw 1 v SWHMHW*^ Work on three new buildings for Temple Beth Am began with groundbreaking ceremonies on Sunday marking the ofiicial launching of construction of an additional wing to the Mark Light school building, which will double the Temple's present facilities for religious training. The new school wing will also contain a new library room, a huge arts and crafts area, a music room, and two extra large class looms. The new sanctuary will be built in front cf the existing building and have permanent sealing for 450 persons. The youth ha. will provide areas for recreational end social activities for all junior members. Architect is Samuel Puder, and engineer is Morton Fellman. Temple Israel Plans Stellar Fcrum Series fo be Launched by Gen, Rcmalo Gen. Carlos P. Romulo, former ci.i ol the UN General Assembly, will launch Temple Israel's Town Hall Forum in the fall. Par! of the Temple's 40th anniversary celebration, the series which will include programs on national and international affairs, and drama, will be available to the public, as well as Temple members, but only on a series basis. "The Asia America Does Not Know," will be Gen. Romulo's topic on Oct. 16. A social critic's view of "America in Upheaval" will be given on Nov. 13 by Vance Packard, author of "The Status Seekers/' "H : dden Persuaders" and "The Waste Makers." John Mason Brown, noted literary critic and editor-at-large of the Satur lay Review of Literature, will present "American Literature Today" on Feb. 19. And closing the series on Mar 19, Dorothy Stickney will offer a dramatisation >i Ed ta si Vim i I y's poems ind letters, "A Lovely Night." Mr and Mrs. Myron M Behrman head the Town Hall F rum committee Serving with them are Mr. and Mrs. William Gladstone, Mr. and Mr-. Charles Goldstein, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Goldstein, Mr, and Mrs. Anthony Lane. Mr and Airs Sam C. Levenson, Mr. and Mrs. James K. Lewy, Admiral and Mrs. Herbert Sobel. Also Mr. and Mrs. Richard Altshuler, Mr. ana Mrs. Lionel Barnet, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Barnetl. Mr. ; Stevens, Herman Binder. Mr. and Mrs. DavTreister, id Biumberg. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Boas. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Cassel, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Casselhoff. Mr. and Mrs. David P. Catsman. Mr. and Mrs. Max V. Cogen, Mr. aid Mrs. Frank S. Cole, Mr. and Mrs. Myron J. Cowen. Mr. and Mrs, Jack L. Daner, Dr. and Mrs. Victor D. Dembrow, Dr. and Mrs. B. D. EpSiein, Mr and Mrs. David B. Fleeman, Rabbi and Mrs. Morris \V. Graff, Mr. and Mrs. Albert A, ireen, Mr, and Mrs. Samuel Gross man, Mr, and Mrs. Erwin Harris. Mr. and Mrs. David R. Hochberg, Mr. and Mrs Jerome C. Hofmayer, Mr and Mrs. Albert I. Jacobs. And Mr ;••• I Mrs. Aaron M. Kanner, Mr. and Mrs llyman Kaplan. Dr and Mrs %  I K -. Mr and Mrs. Walter C Kovnci iWilliam Lehman. Mi Mrs. Lawrence S Levenson. Mr and Mrs. Arnold Levien. Di Mrs Alan A Liton, Mr, and Mrs. E Iward J, Meiniker, Mr and Mrs A, 1. Nadler. Mr. and Mrs Robert Russell, Mr. and Mr> Seymour Samet, Mr. and Mrs. Jay R. Schwartz. Mr and Mrs Lawrence E. Singer, Mr and Mrs Sanford Sprintz, Mr. and Mrs, Bernard R, Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Mr. and MrHoward Ullman. Jr., Mr. and Mrs Henry E Wolff, Mr. and Mrs Stanlev ll Wolff. Mr. and Mrs, Moyshe Zilber New Rabbi At Temple Sinai N e spiritual leader of Temple Sinai is Rabbi Daniel M ';'-'-;',"' merly of He,.. Israel Congrega,ion. Washington. DC. He *u' conduc( services this Friday e* enjng. A reception in honor oi Rabbi Lowj will he held on Friday. Au ,7 which > also -Founder-Builder Sight" for the charier mei ihe c mgn gation Ordained in 1953, the 37 spiritual leader is married an Iwo children Insl scheduled iccceds Ral in B( nno Wall BB Council Given UN Status By Special Report %  • l %  Iml I council chairman, %  The Council "ill participate •mutual information relationship,' and will be represented at the UNESCO conference in Paris next Maj bj Dr Gustav Warburi tin Council's UN liaison office ;:i Geneva. PALMER [MEMORIALS "Miami's Only Jewish Monument Builders" Si I H PALME* Exclusive Dealer "ROCK OF AGES' FAMILY MEMORIALS g£5 mZZ*r Scheduled Un\ Ml ETHEt ANO I I 0M .• 1 p.m. JOSEPH APPLE3AUM, 2 p.m. PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. 3279 S.W. 8th Street HI 4-0921 Phones HI 4-0922 the BEST-' RELIABILITY QUALITY SiRVl.t GELB Monuments INC. 140 SW 57 Ave. Fire B from Mt. \ebo Ph. MO 1-8583 7 Years Experience of Specializing in Only Jewish Monuments For All Jewish Cemeteries N„ %  v ,„ ir unl> • Ii lu-i Jii ha lre.ioui unit one Details Kill be uladl) furnished, in ,uui homo, b; II,.. ,1 oi phone. S MOST BEAUTIFUL EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH CEMETEBY m#/l&i@Buto SbOS Nor.hw-s, 3rd St p hon MQhawk J7W3 ; F OR DETAILS WRITE TO, : Moon, N b0Ceme ery 5505 N w 3rd w Miomj •—'"\ I i x III •• • • \ddre : I IK



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August 3. 1962 +J*mlstfk>rkllari Page 13-A [GEMS OF WISDOM ople tend to lie because o/ Bcnce. M. IDN EZRA. imc is a European power. —LASSAII I • • tach nm? you lie. and i a :r> the truth. IKKX'TE TORA1I. • • "oin f eui. N MI MAN BR\rZI AV • ,, i du init> in mem. i i; i • p imi only u-lien the ai to (pea*; %  • %  • u lt< P SHAP1I • :, .%  :c establish a ll< Iiiilt troth it-itn It. ZOHAR. • ( -. %  -. .-...'. activity i.< as mentor,, .. : id; ing Torah. r M MUD • • : .:,-: fof ileciv Ml k 11 I A K c fia fo" -. Vhtm*M 'Jht sJieaafinet Sn OL T&a/m O/ JWi lami s iKeliaious d^ife Symbol of Our Tragedies Since the Days of Antiquity S e r v i c e s J h i s tl/e e k e n d By RABBI MAYER ABROMOWITZ Temple Menorah Jakob Dobrizzin had arrived on j an earlier transport and was now helping us unload the massive 1 truck filled to capacity with its cargo of men. women and children fleeing into the American Transit Camps in Berlin. As the top canvas was rolled back, Jakob hinued the ladder to the rear of the truck and helped each of the hundred and sixty-seven passengers down to safety. Above the mingled noises of screaming, shouting and crying. Jakob's voice could be heard, loud and strong, as he patiently but tternl) ordered the newarrivals to line up for their pro< essiflg. "Hey, Chaplain." Jakob shouted to me as he held an elderly woman under her arm. "you better gel Bobbeh to bed right away. She'll pass out any minute." Leading the woman to one of the rooms, he returned td help with the registraInformation to be included in the Religious Services column mtst 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 prooT of their lateness. RABBI M&YIR ABRAMOWITZ trogic symbols tion. the bed assignments and the food distribution as we processed the new contingent. Jakob was a rather unique person. He had arrived with the underground transport from Poland a few hours earlier, and without waitI l'KKA. Switzerland—(JTA)— ing to be asked was becoming most helpful He showed great underN'ahum Coltlmann. president standing and compassion which the new arrivals had immediately sensed. GOLDMANN DENIAL World Jewish Congress, now rung here. Tuesday denied report published Monday by the BW York Times stating that he pas canceled representation of VVJC" at the forthcoming EcuCouncil, scheduled to bein Oct 11 Emphasizing that "the World •'They'll either have to make the trucks bigger or the people smaller." Jakob laughing!) remarked as he handed out the last of the 167 food packages The new contingent was finally processed and we went outside to escape the tension and noise of the barracks. I invited Jakob to my jeep. He was an intense man with thinning black hair, yet he told me his story with very little emotional display. He was in his early thirties whin he saw his parents shot in Warsaw. His wife was carted off to the death camps. His two children died from hunger while they Jakob scanned the large Aish Congress would not be enj were hiding in an underground bunker, lied jnvhow" to name a repre-j y/e were nearing the Transit Camp. mtative to the Vatican, Dr. Gold-1 barracks which housed the hundreds of refugees. Then he turned gnroianr. added: "The WJC never |y to me. "My story is no different than any of these. Each of us lived j\ort • • KNESSET BANS PIGS CAMOW Uour <-Sl< eritage JERUSALEM — (JTA — Israel's lament approved this week by |wte of 42 to 15 a ban on pigping in Israel. The bill became fter a third reading. It profits the "raising, keeping, or in hi. ring" of swine except in By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX What is the origin nd meaning or the term "Hebrew"? It is generally believed that the term Hebrew comes from a Hebrew root meaning "to cross" or "to come over" The term implies that that reference is made to a stranger who "crossed over" or •came over" from another place or another land. Even today we think of aliens as having "come over" from another country, today we think of aliens as having "come over" from another Letters were discovered in lal El Amarna, evidently written %  HMBII ..,:.. %  ;.. %  %  '' This paRt is prepared in co1 operation with the Spiritual Leadi en oj the Greater Miami Rabbini cal Assn. KAfcltl MAX A L1PSCHITI Coordinator Contributor: RABBI SOLOMON (CHIP! Gems of Wisdom to the Hebrews. It is quite possible, however, that others referred to the original Israelites as "strangers," much the same as the Jewby Canaanite princes or rulers. jsh poop | c havc always been the leth and six other places who camplained to the Egyptian < have a large Christian popurulers about strangers or wanderworld's classical "foreigners." %  a .1 i L t \ 11 1 i>i t •• 11 ini/*|. 11 ii i • •*— — • Hoth Jewish and Moslem ers who were coming into the ian>i why do $Qme peop)e traditionally law forbids eating of from the East and Northeast. insist upon having a table cloth These people were referred to as U. introduced as a private "Habiru" or ^piru^This term ^^ ^^ ^ ^ i on the table at all meals? The source given for this is a sun bj si\ ous partit Ma1 1 mem1 rally I which anderi r %  • pi tiet was supported word which mei stranger mderer It could apply l iat the table ot the scholar was ai"it'ci '•' vered at least in part (I th< Ubi AGUHATH ISRAEL. 7801 Car'yle ave Orthodox. RabDi Isaac Ever. a "'. sVi mon: Shall VV< < ;i\. I ']• th< Hervanee of th< Mournful Annlver9.1 • j %  Tinha H'Av wn li • W< da v ~ Iin Thui - -. : \ i. Wrdnei I |i n Sermon: "Iiatnagt-s," Thursday ":3P — • — BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave. Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president. -• — BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky. — • — BETH TORAH. win n. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. I rldaj •; p.m. Saturday S:<5 a.m. — • — CONGREGATION ET2 CHAIM. 1544 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Strassfeld. — • — CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER Conservative. 8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. — • — OADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richt-r. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. Friday 8:13 p.m. Paul Mitchell, via president .'f the congregation, wllj •peak "ii "Creation ol Evolution.' Saturda) y :( %  "' — • — FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi. Conservative. Hyman Coverman, president. Cantor George Golaoerg. PVlda} 6:30 p.m. Saturday 8:80 a.m. — • — FT. LAUDEROALE EMANUEL. 1801 E. Andrew* ave. Reform. Rabbc Richard M. Leviton. — • — HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th St. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander Groaa. — • — HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CONGREGATION. 555 W. 49th St.. Hialeah. Reform. Rabbi Manus Ranson. -• — HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. — • — ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. — • — KNESE.TH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seif. — • MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern Traditional. — • — OHEV SHALOM. 911 Narmandy dr. Orthodox Rabbi Phmeas Weberman. • SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645 Collins ave. Cantor S. Nachmias. • — SOUTHWEST CENTER. 643E SW 8th •t. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. TEMPLE ADATH YFSHURUN. 1025 NE 183rd .at., Miami Garden* rd. Rabbi Max" Zucker. Cantor Abraham Reisman. • TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. CantoCharles Kodner. KHilav 8:30 p.m. Service* will b r. ;-.i bj Joseph Mollen, Brotherhood preai,i.in judge WlUlam l'aiict win tx guest speaker. — a — TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14 av*. Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. — • — TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland Hall, 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Reconstructionist. Rlttl Morri* Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. -• — TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative. Rabbi Samuel Mendelowita. — • — [TEMPLE BETH SHO'.OM. 4144 Cha ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Krcnish Cantor David Cor.viser. — • — iTEMPLE B'NAi SHOLCV %  f* NW 22nc ave Ccnservative. Ra-.c -enr> D Werniek. naai as .•iraf SAYINGS OF FATHERS Chapter V • • 21 Hai H... -.-..-. According to the lal W'I.I -, c •. c ,..„•, many tt h, .jH him no sin -'ull ;-, !••, ughl flbi ut Hut lie u'ho :, sin \liall not have the :c_!: %  '(,-i ceil e\i mind and a %  •/ ij the B it'ii 'c .1 Tlu our fth c n • the world .. .: :-.. : Thai 1 may caust :'-.. %  : il to inherit lllfir ,-!<• of Baldam ihc it'K \tii :T. : %  and descend inti thi pi: oj destruction; ^as it ;.Mid Bui thot. (' God, uiilt br.n>: them down inti I r" / destruction. Judali th< ion oj Tema. said. Be I Strong as a leopard, light as an eagle, fleet as a hart, and strong^ j, a lion to do the will of Thy "_ Father who is m Heaven. He used 7 to say, The hold-faced are for CeI hinnoni the shame-faced for the Gorcfrn of Eden. Bar Mltxvah: Paul, s<-n of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Cowan. — • — ITEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing. ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler — • : TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bernstein. — m — TEMPLE JUDfc*. 320 Palermo av*. Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet. Prldi %  8:13 p.m Sermon: "Leaaona of th< "M World: Challenge ot the tit a — • — TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th at. j Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. TEMPLE NER TAMIL). 80th t. and i Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Ratbi Eugene Labovitz. -•iTEMPLE SINAI CF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. Fri.'..i^ 13 I m i :-• servlci by new ml. I .M. Lowy. — • — TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Cantor Albert Giants. — • TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Lee Heim. TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamc-a av*. Conservative. Seymour Hinkes, can. tor. — • — TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th st. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax* man. — • — YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu. I Frldaj S 18 p.m Joseph Roeenfeld, immeatati i-:,-t president of thi Conation win lead th, Sabbath pray.1Robert Llpof, vlc< president of the congregation, "ill lgueat speakBaturda) 8 a.m. Bar Mltivah: SI.N.I). son of Mr. and Slra, Leater Qrosi — • — YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 st. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. CANDLIUGH7ING TIM 2 Ab — 6:51 pjn.



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Pc 1 b *J" v V t. d P b u T tl •i i a Toae G-B Fcoe 14-A fjtnistncridfiar Tiiday, August 3, 1S62 Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN Mike' Feldman a Key Man in the Kennedy Braintrust Washington P RESIDENT Kennedy has aske .1 Myer ".Mike" Feldman, one of the most important personages of Jewish faith on the Presidential staff and an original member of the President's personal brain trust, to handle liaison between the White House and the American Jewish community. Mr. Feldman's function at the White House is different and on a much higher level than the rules played by David K. Nik-, who served President Truman, and Maxwell Rabb. who handled •Jewish Affairs" for President Eisenhov (r. As "Deputy Special Counsel tithe President." responsible for vital communications with Congress and federal agencies, Mr, Feldman works personally with Mr Kennedy each day. He will perform the new assignment in ddition to his other duties. Thus, Mr, Feldman's status in the White House is far broader than the Niks or Rabb capacities. In his book. "The Making of the President." Theodore H. White listed Mr. Feldman with Ted Sorenson and Richard Goodwin as the trio constituting Mr. Kennedy's "personal'' brain trust. as distinct from his "academic" brain trust i Schlesinger. GalLraith. Bundy. Rostow. or his "political" brain trust (O'Donnell. O'Brien, Donahue. Duncan). Mr Feldman was seen behind the scenes in "The Making of the President" as an "impressive man. a one-time instructor of law at the University of Pennsylvania, later a highly-successful businessman, who had abandoned business to follow Kennedy's star as chief of the Senator's legislative research." In 1958. he joined the Kennedy Si %  ate staff as legislative assist. I He handled correspondence dealing with legislating, helped draft bills, conferred on the Senprogram, and assist! d with speeches and public statements. t Mr. Kennedy was nominated for the Presidency. Mr. Feldman was appointed director of research lor the Kennedy-Johnson campaign. As campaign research director. Mr Feldman prepared material that helped Mr Kennedy achieve the crucial television debate triumph over Richard M. Nixon. Mr. Feldman's perceptive and rapid anticipation of events. Ins insight and knowledge, caused the President to add steadily to his White House duties. Mr. Kennedy indicated abundant appreciation through the extent of reliance on him in many areas. The President, since the inauguration, turned increasingly to Mr. Feldman—and sometimes to Secretary of Labor Arthur Goldberg—for guidance on issues affecting Jews and Israel. The President's decision to place primary responsibility lor Jewish liaison on Mr. Feldman. on top of other responsibilities, sug the President is paying more attention to this concern. He obviously wants a trusted information source at his side in the White House. Mr. Kennedy is awan that among American advocates of a fair Near Eastern policy ar< i of his most fervent supporters. He knows that many leading Jews have backed him to give thrust to American progress But he has also become aware in reMYIR FUDMAN ... in close touch nsion ested after i StaU Deon a \ %  Egypt. is evidenci thai Mr Ken%  y feels the rein i '•• r Easl far Whiti H i pied as il vwith Berlin. Latin America. Southeast Asia, and other crisis situations. State Department career officers, sensing a vacuum, began asserting a onesided, pre Arab line at Israel's expense. This maj account for the Presi ( l,iii.designation of one of his most trustee lieutenants to maintain a daily watch. Good-natured Mike Feldman, now officially the Whiti House s "Watchman of Israel." is aware "the watchman ot Israi I doth i I sleep and doth not slun i: i, ., zealots seek lo m •• s or that Administration when they confront Mi : n at in [sra< -• ,-,.,.,.;,• Tem;)!r. their melted by the ham • ely v ife the foi litz, %  PhilaMr Fi Talm i lie Insights • %  legal authi rit) Xat rally, it will be impi ssii le I him to solve all Jewish i brought to thc Whiti ..' But neither will he be fn • sist from them. Foreign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN The Tragic Passing Away Of Israel's Rabbi Maimon Jer isali pABBI YEHUDA-LEIB Mai%  mon. who passed away two weeks ago at th'i age of 87. wi one of the most colorful personalities of the Zionist movement and tin Stati oi Israel. Rabbi Maimon. one of the founderof th< Miz ligious Zioi is) < anization, resented a unique combination oi gr .' cholar and practical politician: of sharply defim views and a broad open mind; :' religious zeal and tolerance; ..: tr: ditoin and ch< tradictory as these qualities may appear, they were r.ot. Underlying them was a greal boundless love for Eretz Israel which guided and determined all his actions and combined them all into one harmonious quality ot a great Jew. In one(,.' h numerous letters to Prime Minister B-r.Gurion, in which he complained about the lack of reverence on the part of the Mapai Party on matters of religion, he observed: "Never in my whole life have 1 ever publicly uttered a word of criticism against Eretz Israel." He never did. despite the fact that his whole public life, whether as member of the Jewish Agency executive or as member of the Israel Government, was marked by almo-t never-ceasing battles dotted with resignations, He was a man of great vision and limitless public and personal courage. It is no coincidence that a great and deep friend-hip developed between him and Premier BenGurion, a friendship never affected by the numerous and often bitter interparty clashes. It was a friendship that withstood the test of years and controversies, and remained unimpaired until the very last day. Whatever the internal and interparty conflicts, they always found a common language when it came to fundamentals; it was ihe common language of love for Eretz Israel, of the vision of the State and of courage. To Rabbi Maimon—like to Ben-Gurion—the Jewish State was a reality many years before it came into being; even in the darkesl days oi the British Mandatory regime Jewish statehood was within him. I recall one day. in the late 30'' Rabbi Maimon I into th of the Jewish Agency m Jerus dictating .. -harp note ot protest to the B That mornii arrived by boat in Haifa "Imagini k v sentmi official To be i rs of the ex .... ... state was to %  %  %  dempl With his e ] ayone of tl %  set 1 '. of Israel reborn. Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN r A Flood of Facts Obscures the View THE JEWISH MIND. By Gerald Abrahams. 420 pp. Boston: Beaccn Press, 25 Beacon st. S6.00. BARRISTER GERALD ABRAHAMS. g Oxford University, has writtei and political theory: he is a formei fessoi Belfast University. Heis also an Inti Master and the author of thi po| Mind." His book on the mor< serious pann ishness. it it endir, a stalemati is yet ins; profusion of gambits plaved on eclectic scholarship (and that about beats phor into the ground i. But it's terribly difficult to ft llov It's 1 of book in which marvelous odd bits lion — Talmuclic tidbits, linguistic lore, historic — stand out to be remembered with fair fn in which the main line of thought is m among the clutters of digressii ns, parent icsi -, so independent as to be hardl.v relab lengthy footnotes — interesting as tin > all an of this is simply a matter oi style; Mr Abrah; addicted to lone sentences which subdividi an subdivide into other areas, and although I havi for just such a possibility on Faulkner ai James. I still get lost. Some of the trouble, however is not the ithor's lack: in fact, it is his compliment to the Amei audience to which this edition of the book is ad Mr. Abrahams assumes much wider general ki lews pos • ny ref%  : com pie 11 .. %  kei >elon [recalled Thi j fingi rti| ol imn • -' in .; %  il tew i h i sonii • Jev hat • Wi %  • 'ii il does it • iitei • V sei era with th< •aboul icellent:itli cuss %  I Jewish i • ai neurosis conseq lenci • %  i-itivit; he suggest." Sartri intei mg description ol Jew ..i lutely takii %  %  %  .the permai i %  • •' %  %  f his b Abrahams imends rather than alii i I -' it's reallj .. If y book pi fa highly orig: ps.il can' be fxpeni ci S\ allowed at a -... ever, it maj li< Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR U.S. Helps Nasser to Buy Aggressive Arms \ A VERY CURIOUS—and also danger ** game inow being played by the State Department in helping Egypt to in crease itmilitary power against Israel II is well known that for yearthe State Department has been refusing to act on pplication by the Israel Government I i rmit the purchasing in the United of certain kindof defensive arms %  ; th Jewish State Ho u rtment does i I hi sitati m i ;. lp \ '., r %  : Soviel %  ss, %  tl %  %  %  !" I! • %  %  %  > amounts to subs ,. the United States assi ar J Plans thr. hack door, what aso finances ai th, same time Russia's to produce eofai • ,i, have becom, ahN'asser Under '^reis %  er why members of serious en-'' % %  I Vm. fN. York utrieswhicl • i %  %  %  ; % 



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In. 7 .'7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Si iTICE IS HEKEBV 'U\ KN thai .-I. .1.-iiiL; t.. .-ni:.i: inder thi KAI'PPMAN t'KJARETTE SERVICI HI I XortheuKl I Ith Strei t, Minn %  Ini Ida intend I naid I with Hi. Clerk i>f the Circuit <'cm i ..,.i. %  i-. i MEIER lb il. I. \\I.I:I: K \rii-\l \N Wiili.-i ... M A 'i.stnnzo Bj Ed ard X Muore Vttnrm Mi Hnllandi r Kaul 7 L'7 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! fJenist fkritiffam solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service art legal rates Dial 1 II .1-fttOo for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE N3T CE UNDER F'CI -" s NAME LAW N't I %  • %  VKN thai %  %  :-r • v in e n t y \ | i •• ii I • %  %  -• %  lerk il • •• -i i',.|. \'-i:-IKNMAM1 N M IX AI I A A I ti IN Si >N & MAl'R H BK >VV %  |>ariner ritEl %  !• "RE R XEI.Sl IN \ %  : ti. • \ %  %  ., • .-. 1-10-17 IN THE CiRCUT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JU3ICIAL CTRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN ANO FOR OAOE COUNT-. IN CHANCERY NO. S2C-7ili CARMELO '".AN i' i %  .1. IS'EPH INE i ::. \ SII I '.-f.-n-i inNOTICE TO DEFENO :' %  i Ii ISRPHIXK %  iRI.AXP I M %  • %  i :..; %  :-.., %  S.lti I %  1 • N I'.l. %  S II) V.. I \!HKRI-: A NiTIFTEn thai i Bill if On i • I .^MI:-' 11.1 \ ..II ir.hi i'--!i> • • i' 1 '* --I • *e \ %  %  • • •: • the BUI "f Complaint in ilnl i" Itl WAI.TER41 \N \\|. TtU'in HI ayne M laml. Klorld .. and %  %  • thi (Inal Vnaw %  r in the %  f the '". r.> •• • he %  I VUftUM 1 '"I-'. in default if which ihe Itill ..f Comikei la i unfeaaeil rATBfi .' I .:: \ ; HERM v x ci. rk %  I Count] Hoi Ida ; • : II r.ANWAY 7 ::. • s-lo-17 NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N'Ti '•: H HEREBY H1YEN that %  .: i i .-n itu to engage In liuslnean • tin un nn..i St'NHAVKX VPTS ind Sl'NHAVEN..'i \\ \ "i• i %  ti i n i \.-. Miami B h, Ha len I to %  said name I 'lei >> if the I 'Ii iri ii •. i .' i %  %  i %  Ida PHYI.L'S SAMET %  in i I -I I' Intel .--t I I'IT. \M H SALE i n. I ANNA .; A U7 :i n\ Ide I I i Intel eel %  MAX Xl'HoMoVIC in I SEREN'A NTH. .\:IVI %  his 1 ii li\ I led .' I lni.i-.-i i M H %  ; > nl 'in -ni. in leys I %  v • %  • tut* 1 l'.n S U 1st SI 7 27, l-ia-17 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRfU'T OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 62C 7483 THE Wll.l.iA.MSl-.l l:.;il SAVINclti BANK, %  tiff, Itri'nl.l'll AK'HINiiER ai A KATHEIUNE AlCHIN'liER, hi* [i. %  '. ndai NOTICE OF SUIT TO RI'Iii il.l'll AK'HINOER and K \THERINE AK'HINOER, liiwife .i \ %  I W I.slde 7.' Queens New York NOTICE TO CRFniTOR* Y "" '" '"•''' '" N T HF COUNTY mnrF^rriiiRT l '" • <*|ilned K lim ha* heen In% %  ini 1 'ir. nil LEGAL NOTICE IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE NO. 56427-C In RK Exlule ..i AI.KXA.NI'KR VI.BERT I i. .,-, ,| To All .'i. .111.,.. ..ii.l All I'.-i—.nII ,v inu Claim* or l>emand* Aaalnal Said I. : • Y and ach ..f you • % %  • hen by • ed and required i I I'II. i of v.-ii maj have a^talnel the if AI.KXANHER ALBERT, di Had upon ill. follow ic di i-i I... real pi np< n I.. %  Block i^. KIRST \ I 'I '1'l'H i\ Tl CAROL i •''•>'. Plal then led In I'lal H nk %  • • ..f the P Iblii R. Iiadi i Ida You required In fib your answ er ai .. i demand* which sou, % %  • ... ',_ ,.,.,,,;,i %  ,, ,. ithei ... you maj have attalnel the ./'.,.''„ dtniu t\t \l |.'V lVliL'T \ I • • I-' I'T 1. i i i ii 1'i.t 1. 11 II i > .11 i "I if > ,j I %  i'i I x AUTIV KINK Hth KI....T Ha I.. .......I late ... Dade t"ount>, Plorlda. ,. ral ma Mh „, ,,, ,„., ,,„., 'he lb %  ii. %  : .1.1 inn Judge* ol ., heir offlcea ill the Count.! Courthouai V • i !-;--i i'. : v v v ,'• n I'.L County, rlorhla, within lx ... '•..,' %  .':;; v, 1 '. ,,.•,.;. \":.; ... ii i %  iwall ulemlar month* from the date ..f thi ii-• publication hereof. Said claim* • i demand* !•• contain the lei ir.-of the claimant and to be sworn %  inI preaeltted .1* aforeaald, or name will I-barred Hate .lnl> 1^. A H IU62 HENRY A KAMI' Aa Executor of the Estate ..f VLEXANHER A LBERT. I >. %  .-.........I 1 ii -t publication on Julj zoth, 1962 .. HENRY A KAMI' \Ti.rn.-> ai Law ir.'i Waahlngton Avenue Miami Reach, Florida \i i..rn..\ for Batate of VLEXANHER AIJ3KRT ..'.'. • .' '." Circuit 1'. %  • I'• Ida 1 seal 1 Rj 1: II I.ANWAY, 1 %  • pin i -|. %  k MARTIN KINK Attoi in \ f..i Plaintiff : ith PIIK.I I'.1.1. r.!• • Rldg Miami %  %  -. l-l. ir da 7 IS-20-27. S 3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN thai • h. undersigned, dealrlng to engage In Imalia -.under thi flctltl*>u* name of TOWN HALL TflNIOHT .1 Jioin X.E -''Ii Avenue, Miami K2. Florida. Intend* to regl*ter said n.nn. with Ihe Clerk of the circuii Courl of l>adi 1 -.uiiiix .Flu Ai:.N-. .1.1 RISEN 21010 N K :':iti \> • Miami 62, Kla 7 :'7. ::1 • 1 1T IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN ANO FOR OAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 56571.C IN RE; E.-tal.ol si.M. IN STEINBEKO, I'.. 1.IM.I NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All ifedttor* ind All Persona Having Ctalms .•! Demand* Agaln*l Said VICTOR J VITiiNE, Estate ^'..i hi rebj nm I fled and 11( pn •'ii an} clalm> and di ; VXXA K VITuNE, :111m. I> which N • .11 ma) lune agali the estate %  < Simon Steinbi 8 deSUIT FOR DIVORCE ised late of Hade Count) Florida, T, \NNA K VIToXI NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 785' to the Count) .IUIIKI.->f Bade County. ami file the same In duplicate 1 id .1pnivltled in Section 733 16, Floiida Statutes, in their ..fii. ••In the Counn la klntlfl NOTICE 8Y PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF I FLORIDA N ANO FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No -jJC 7693 MICHAt LRRI.N ITI >N .1 AMI s A IEV VRRINO r ow. 1 %  %  • %  indani 5LT FOR DIVORCE TO JAMES ANDREW ARRINOTON V.MI n .ilii.-l thai 1 Bill ol 1 • unpl tin %  %  Divorce has been filed 11 • %  you. ind ) ou are 1 %  •quired •'. -• 1 •n> of youi vnBWl ,. :•.,., ung the Bill "i 1 'm ..i-imi ,. ihplnlntlff a Attorney, SIIEVIN : siHMAN \ HOI.TZMAN, 81 Ig Miami 3t, Florida iiinl file tli u nil AnsWel ..r Pleadi im in the iffii • n the Clerk of the -,,. u || %  ,-, ,• before the 2ith .lav ..f August, 1 "'•-' if you fall to 3a -.. b) .I.-fault in be taken .%  1 • I %  '•''••'' ''•"n ind ; Tin. nol ihall is published once each week for I %  tlvi % %  k in THE Jl %  %  iRIDI \N DONE VN.' |RI>EKEI> •' Miami, Fiorid • • lay of i"l>. A.D B. B IA RMAN 'l.-rk. Cli %  11 : HEI.l N Kl --1.1:1: I %  nit) %  sii..\ In, ; 1 Im in A 11 %  i n 1' By: A ;\ 1 '..ir • liousi 111 I lade • '...1111 -. Flot Ida, within si\ ealendui month* from Hi., nm.. ..f the first publication here... .,, ihe -. inwill In barrel Huted .1 .Miami. Florida, thla 2h da) of Jul) \ 11 r.".M IN MK STEIN IIBRll \Executrix • |, ii.ii. .111.>n ..1 tinnol • on h. 2 ih du) of -1 111> 1962 ST WI.KY M I'REH AIL. 111. 1 for Executrix -i 1 .-, i bold Building Miami 32, F*loi Ida 7 27, 1-10-1" IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN ANO FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 56391 IN RE: Estate of ISIIKIRE ARONOVITZ, I ., %  -.!.-. %  .I NOTICE TO CREDITORS 1-.. All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims .•! Demands Against Knld Estate You are hereby notified and re%  I I I i T -il tO I" '• %  -• HI HI. .11111.111.1 .1. inands which you nia> havi .. A \V I lell I'.. Box %  \ .... !.. 1 • ; % %  notified thai .1 Bill of '..in ilnl foi |i|\orci has 1 • %  • ni-.I .IU.IIII-: you, ami you are n • inn %  .! : %  "ii. p) "i youi Vnswi'i ..r I'liatllns In Ihi Hill "i Complalm 1 %  \" iirni MELVIX I Ml Ri iF'l I' •• liox I2> Xorth Ml... 1 ... i-'i la ind file thi original Vnswi 01 Pleading In 1 hi ,.! %  i. of thi Clerk of thi I'lri .1! '..nri r Ii • %  r: 11 da; m \ igusi • %  ..;_' 1 %  rail to .1" -• ludgmi HI :. faull will %  • taken agali for Hi. 1. n. %  di n ..n 1. •: 11 :ii. Bill 1.1 'ompla mi Thi* nol Ii shall '•• publlsl m • eai'h Week 1 in THE I EUISH Il.i IRII 'I VN Hi IX E ANI • • '1:1 lEREI ..1 M Florida, iliiIHth da) of Jul) v I • 1962 1: 1: LEA l"HERM VN, 1 • 1 ill Court, I lade 'ounl (seall B) K. M. LYMAN I .. j.'i: \ del : %  : 3-1U-17 7/27. 8/3-10-17 Ait..1 nej %  foi 1 'I %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW v.. ri. 1: is 11 ERF:BY • ;i v s t*he"e"sta"te"of isi'lMiKK ARONovitZ fhi ingag. the %  am. I'll.HERS K loth Wenui Hialeah, I I. lid to register said nam. u ii h 1 hi 1 of 1I1. di. uii Cii' I of P Florida V\ I I.I.I AM I • COHION 1:. IN VI.l 1 V' IER vi VRWIN > %  vssi:i. An.. in. ) fn William 1'. Cohen and lt..it.ii.i : %  •<•-; %  %  11 deceased late ..f Dade County, Flor'" '"'V'!;:," Ida. I., the County Judge* ol l>ndi ','.,'' I N hl x '•,,'' County, and file the same In duplicate and %  prov :.i...l In Section 1 loi Id 1 Stal mi's, in hell offlcet In the Count) Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within six .• 1 n .1 .1 1 in nitha %  "in the time of the first publication hereof, ••! the same will !„ %  barred Dated al Miami. Florida, iliii5th da) ..f July, A D. 196! PAI'LINE ARONOVITZ \ vdmhttftrBtrlx C.T v. BYRI N I. SPARSER A in-, f.n Admfnlstratrlx c.T.A IL'" 1.In. ..in ltd Miami Beach 1 K 7 .'7 NOTICE UNDER NOTICE OF SUIT or ORDER OF PUBLICAT ON IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TMg ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU'"" 7 r FLORIDA. IN AND FOR D A Z Z COUNTY. IN CHANCER>, No. 62C 7258 ANTONIi 1 ABEI.LA. %  I All:. |RA ABELL V. 11. 1. n.l.ini SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tl 1 Al'Rl RA VBELLA _".. \\ St reel New York City, X Y VI'Rl IRA AIIELLA are her. • • .1 thai n Bill ..1 %  ... 1 n\ ,1. ii-1.. en filed tgatnsl and > "ii .1 re required to serv. .. of youi Vnswel Ol I %  1 • Itill of Complaint on thi I Attorney, s \ Ml" E I. I'i IL1CASTR i:-'.' .V\ 17' h V\. :. :. M 1 Im Ida, .in.1 flti thi u 1 1 iiP • %  f the Circuit 1 • %  %  13th 'I..', of Am : %  dn --. j ulgmenl b) • will he I he lellel In thi BUI %  1 11 ii..-1. • shall be published week for in THE JEWISH I'I.' iRIDI VN HONE v.\|. ORDERED .u Mia %  hi* 9th 'i of J E I' LEATHERMAN, Clerk • I '...I. 1'. II) K M I.YMAN Depot) Clerk 1_3 IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY FLORIDA No. 47059-B RE ESTATE OF MICHAEL I'K.NAl-.i 1 nka Mli'llKI.E DENARO Drcei • NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE \.. riCE 1hi i. bj given thai I ha filed m) final report and petition f.ir Final Dlschargi a* Administrator .'T v of thi -in. of Mi. hael Dei .ik., MichelHenaro deceased: and %  I1..1 on thi 13th da) -f August, 1 162 will appl) to the Honorabli l-rm-.k F'Hi.wllng, Jr. Count) .liidce "I Dad* Count) Florida, for approval • %  : sal 1 final report and fox final discharge Vdminlsti % %  "r v • thi estate n( Michael Henaro aka Mlchele :-• ,1. .,, ded Tln> 1 Ith da. ..f .luly. 19*! S VRl.Xl %  l: C( 1STANZ1 I, Administrator 1TA l-UNi'l-:. FINK & I ORMAN • -Rldg Mi.-inu J* l-'i:. l-'l: I-IM7I Vitorne) for Admlnistratoi 1 'TA NOTICE OF SUIT or ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 7463 IAMES R 1IRIMSH V W Plaintiff, \ ESTHER VI DAVIS URIMSHAW, Hefi 1.lalll SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tl • E hi VI Davis 1 1l Imshaa You K-iii. 1 M i I.I. 1tlrlmshaw are hereb) notified thai a Bill .>f C for 1 'i...i. •• hai been filed -1 ) ou, and you arrequired 1 -. 1 .. ;, cop) of ...in Answei "I I'l.-.ldI,L tn Hi. Bill ••! Complaint on the tiff's AM.11. .. II VYES vv. 1. 1] 1 SR 11 1 Blscaym Rldg Miami 12 • 1 • ginal vii ... r or ng 11 in. offlci ..1 the Clerk if •ii. circuit Courl "ii or before the of A if ..ni fall .i. -... Judgment h) default ..ill be ago Inst ..ii for thi 1 ellef de nun.1..1 in ili. Bill "i Complain! Thi* 1 %  • %  -hail !•• published once foi nsi. tlvi .> %  eke In THE JEWISH l-'l.' iRIDIAN 1'i.Ni: \N'D IIRDERF:!) at Miami. Florida, thi* i"Ui %  !,<} %  "f July, A.D. 1 1 LEATHERM VN. Clerk, Circuit court, Dade County, FL.rida .-, all B) K II I.ANVV VY. I >. put) 1 "let k II VYES Wi U, si: lit] I'.'-.-nwi. Bldg VI -. foi Plaintiff 7/13-JO-27. I 3 FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREBY CSIVKN thai ili.. undersigned, desiring to engagi In business under the Fictitious name of VMAL VLLSTATE8 VAN LINES al ,;n N u 72 Terrace, Miami in:, mlda) of July, 1M2 I., register said nam.witli thi Clerk OFTiRHARDT BI'CHER NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HFTRF7BY HIVEN thai the iin.i.-r-i-ii. .1. I. -inii" engagi In business .* .1. : %  ii. ii'ill.>iinnmi I DELTA IN I'i s'l'Ki 1:..11 numb. N K lovth Street :n Hi. Count) nl I i;i.l. .1 register thi sai.I name with the Clerk of il" Circuit '' "111 of I :'l1 '. .llllt I Dated al Miami, Florida, thla 17th ,,: the Clrcull Courl of Dadi t'ounty, II..: 1. la 1: VSTBRN VAN LINES, INC. KOVNKH ,\ MANNHEIMER Vttoi II. -. for %  stern Van Lines, Inc. :-l"-17 sole ....ner Al: Till 1: vv K VRLICK An..1 II. foi Vpplli .. :t.'i 1 llm ayne Roujevard Miami. Florida 20-27 7-1" IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 62C 7429 PR VNK 1: V V (1LAZE11ROOK8, Plaintiff, •SANCY I .1 IE SLAZEBROOKS, I >. -. n.in nt. ORDER TO APPEAR Y. .1 NANCY :• • I": E QLAZEBRooKS, !fl Toppana lan.N, .. buryport, Mass., are required i" serve .. ..I OUI an-.. • 1 In Ih. 1 '.-111 plain) f'-i dlvorci on Plaintiff's attorney i'i.ui.1. \i Ramesi 202 Calumet Blip Miami, Fin., and file the original answei In the offk*i ol I' %  • l%  k of iii. dr. uii Court on 01 before the lath da. of August, i'":.. 01 a l" • n:. ---. ..ill li. -ill. 1 ed :i1 you l'.n. d Jul) I". I E I) I.E VTHERMAN. I %  uii 1 '..uri, 1 >ade 'ounty, Florl I .-. .ill It) K II I.ANWAY 1 n-iuit. 1 'lei k -7, S/S



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jgggj ggyggwH j g sjpjaggs Page 16A Past presidents of the Synagogue Council of America join incumbent president. Rabbi Julius Mark (third from left), in affixing an Israel-made Mezuzah to the doorpost of the new headguarters of the Council in New York City. Shown (left to right) are Rabbi Max D. Davidson, of Perth Amboy (195860); Rabbi David de Sola Pool, of New York (1938-40); Rabbi Julius Mark, of New York; and Rabbi Bernard J. Bamberger, also of New York (1949-51). British Hear Report On Restitution to Nazi Victims LONDON — (JTAi — A British Government official told the House of Commons this week that the West German Government has paid out 1.283.884.885 marks ($320,971,221). as t*f Apl. 1. in restitution to victims of Nazi persecution. The figure was given by Peter Thomas, Parliamentary Secretary of State, in response to a series of questions by Mark Woodnutt. a Conservative member of the House ot Commons He asked for the total paid by the West German Government under the restitution law. the percentage of the total amount still cue and what proposals the West State Dept. Says Nasser Aid Funds Used for Food Continued from Page 1-A with the department's reasoning. He is the author of a proviso, known as the Keating-Halpern amendment, now incorporated in foreign aid legislation, requiring that U.S. aid "is not used directly or indirectly to finance Soviet arms purchases." The senator said it was "a source of concern to see President Nasser deliberately stepping up the M-nis race .'" He stressed that direct negotiations, not appea>einent must be our ami He said 'l shall be following this situation closely to insure that the present language in the foreign aid bill is enforced and that our government dues not subsidize, di rectly or indirectly. Arab militarism "ipropaganda." German Government had made to pay more than the limit of 1.500. 00.000 marks t375.0O0.0O0) agreed to by the West German Government and the three Western powers in 1952. He requested an assurance that the British Government woi/ld insist on compe.-.sation in full before a peace treaty was signed with Germany. The Parliamentary Secretary also reported that claims of up to 20,000 marks ($5,000) were paid in full, while higher claims in general had been paid up to 50 per cent. He said that claims of those whi are 65 years and older would be paid immediately up to 75 per cent, to a maximum ol 100.000 marks ($25,000). He said the Bonn Government had not made any proposals to the British Government for paymen. of more than the agree.1 total o 1.500.000.000 marks, but that thi West German Government was ex amining whether and to what ex lent arrangements more favorable to claimants could be made as tht result of a recent amendment U the restitution law. THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGFD needs for its THRIFT SHOP All your furniture, clothing, linens, dishes, drapes, etc. All proceeds go toward! support of the Horn*. You may contribute, take • tair deduction or we will pay cath for lame. Remember we ere NOT • profit-making organiiation We are helping your community to keep it* dignity. By helping others you ara helping yourself! Manufacturers and jobbers—remember—we can use •II your xitcastt or misfits Pease call us for early pick-up. THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP 7331 N.W. 27th Avenue Ph. 696-2101 Closed Saturdays El Al Reports Net Profit By Special Report NEW YORK—El Al Israel Airlines reported a nel profit of S210, ;i03 during the fiscal year en ed March 31, 1962, according to Brig Gen. K Ben-Arzi, managing direc tor. ho described this profit as landing in view of the losses incurred during the past year by many airlil Gen Ben-Arzi sail El Al's i iss •'Am-.approximatel) $370,' 000, but following the devaluation of the Israeli currency in February adjustments had to be made in forij:. loans leiflight equipment. Income for th %  %  toi ailed near-18 3 million, re| i en ent lncn ise over the pre\ ious year Gen Ben-Arzi said thf company expected n^ income to rise 142.5 million during the current sear The number of pacnger> flown by El Al between April l. 1961 and March 31, 1962 totaled 171.000 passengers, an inerease of 50 percent over the previous year. Freight and mail earned increased by 52 percent during the same period. Vet Hospital Metiers lews TUCSON. Ariz — (JTAi — The Veterans Hospital here has presented an award certificate to the Tucson Jewish Community Council for its volunteer serviceto patients. The JCC contributed funds each month tiuriiu the past year to the recreation fund at the hospital. fjmfsti nrrH*T>r Friday, August 3 :?5j| RF.Goodrich NORTON TIRE CO Main Store: 5300 N.W. 27th Ave. Open 24 Hours All Day Sunday Visit our New West Hollywood store 6017 Hollywood Boulevard $Sii<§ B.F .Goodrich HASN V NYLONS and RAYONS tow, iow Blackwall Tubetype plus Fd. to. !• 1 \,d recoppoo'e t.re „ add 1-80 was ON AH SIZES'. .. -%  %  •-' } 3 '<** *US, ooo.nl the P"'" ".: "rcu.-eni reto'lh.l P' '• TftHt .Off* WE HAVE Y oun TIRE •"*h£Z !" yr need! 7,£ 16 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS VACATION CREDIT TERMS No Payments 'Til You Return From Vacation RAKES RELINED 95 5300 N.W. 27th At. 0pn 24 H ours 1 All D, Sunday MIAMI BEACH < Altea o„d While You Wait All Four Wheels Gyorontctd 15.000 tniltt or one full ,,_ a %  tor locafiont only 8 Meit American Can MIAMI SIM H.W. 27t Ave. S00 West Flafltf St. 41 St WM Fleeter St. •.. s.w. •tk si. M0 Still HALLAN0AIE Norte Dnie Hv... KEY WEST 540 Or... St. CAROL CITY <* N.W. W7M. St. D HOLLYWOOD 10] SMMJ fee. Hw t 0TH MIAMI 131*0 M.W. &f • Ae. MUTtt MIAMI Ma.e Hm,. HOUYWOM Ml? HeM r „.. eetere) At I. # l 7-MM HOMESTEAD *301M S. Feel. Mwy. FT. LAU0EH0AU 1IM Soatk Peel. Hwv. JA §-11M 17M Seerth Met* lh.. Ml) We** %  reware)



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the n j r OM ontait s IfJU/ by ISABEL GROVE .,. ; iv id Catsman start U • l on lasl m< sor'h Carolim > s %  • • %  %  • i s attending Then a 1 it ti California I vngeles Carmel, Sequ< ia National Park, V i mi Hill By thia Sundaj they'll be ... San ..„ American Bar Assn. convention which lasts until f They'll be joined there by Martha an Stanlej Myers, I in Honolulu. On the way back, the Catsmans will ,,; i„ Las Vegas Then he'll return to his office I v f is its with her sister in Denver ... The other Cats15-year-old Ellen, at camp in Orleans, Mass., had | mother earlier this summer ., ney, Leonard Egert and wife. Natalie, left Sunday N %  L *here he will attend the Practising Law Institute 1 v ,,„, their way to Beverly Hills, Calif., for several 1^,.. ii Natalie's sister. d Gloria Pallot driving their two cute youngsters, l .. a nd .lane 3. to the family farm ... Conneaut, O. Then. lhe vi ung debs enjoy the novelty of horses, cows and chickC ,tor parents will fly to Gotham Town tor a more sophisticated 1 at thBrosdwav shows and restaurants Late in AnI ; lots will rejoin their daughters, and they'll all return L • ether re to hear musical greatVan Cl.burn and Igor Slra:; •,, other, was more than Lillian Kraff could resist „ 5 h. has left for Israel and the second International Music I then sponsored by the American Israel Culture Foundaloi Du( north for the ZweigeOthals, Bea and Arthur First L. roc, to visit with their daughter and grandsons Then th. home office in Manhattan of Riverside Memorial -, .' .inc. Arthur is an executive with the organization here ebec, Montreal and Ottawa, crossing back into this ra Falls before starting for home. • Max Kolkcr home at last from a trip that started in l '.',-• %  Ah.n they went to Jerusalem as delegates of United \ (in June 8. the\ received the happy news that grandchild, Roger Worth, had been born in DayThe Kolkers flew directly to Ohio for the naming of the lh. of the former Mar.lynn Dick and Louis Worth. | the former Belle Kolker and Dr Harry Dick the rustic surrounding.of Weaverville. NX., for N than Machtey Physical act.vit.es confined to lent than walking in the woods or playing shuttle. :.,1 pursuits included chess, checker.and bridge urn. and they loved every minute Ol it complexion Mrs Helen Sparber is sporting these : in the Flori !a sun Actually, she brought it He, N.C., where she visited her grandson, eighl ho is spending his first year in camp at PineI her daughter, Gldys (Mrs Ralph Kaplan. I %  • per's mother. '. "Jewish FloridLian two months on the mad for MrJennie VI Miller liter Jeri, who are motoring to Los Angeles to visit : attend the wedding ol a nieci there Mrs, calligraphist, a fast-disappearing art %  eph E Rackovsky, ol Congregation Beth Tfilah, and xtended study tour of the educational and religious • United St ites : spiritual ad\.sor> around lh< home o( Dr and Mrs .. 5U mmer No sooner had Mrs Glover s broths Landau, returned to his pulpit, Congregation Betl I. HI after a stay here. thai, her parents, RaM>i Lanc | all arrived Dr Landau, spiritual leader Service in New York City, was particularly inter C ai h: ^quarters ol Hias on Biscayne blvd and .... refupe. \ roblems th< y are coping with i • • il afte Bl lh. Skj I ake hi me ol Mrs Seyi %  • %  an, new president i : lh. Alb. rl Einstein group -• Wednesdaj as il womei lhe organu tion Enjoying the membership •.ui.es Paul Abel, Sheila Baron B. rnard Berman, ; Grossman, Edward Hornreich, Ella Klebenov N mai Lyons, Rubj Pallanl Coleman Rosei • and Arthur Willens BI 85-ft. yacht, chartered bj 'he Cliff Dwellers i lor young unmarrieds Saul Cohn. an executive l discussing at King Arthurs Court the man) activities I mak. the fourlay trip to the Grand Bahamas in August %  bll 01 e reds ol art enthusiasts and well-wishers on hand last week rmal opening of th. Loft on the Mile in Coral Gables, cherished dream come true for Bob Hurw.t/ and hipretty %  ••••First nighten seen at the art showpiace, Judg and Sylvia Friedman, th. Buddy Weissels. Dr and Mrs Mav enhouse, Mr and Mrs Lee Ruwitch. Mr and Mrs 15.11 %  nd Mr and Mrs. Evans Barros. Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Shel on and Evelyn Kay. Harold and Lois Pomerantz. the ; Suchmans and the Ed Strawgates Ihor of 'Calorie Countdown," Victor Lindlahr and wile dining a: Tony's Fish Market with nary a though to you* -'.hat. • • • •< from a two-week honevmoon in Jamica are th. L. wis F. The lormer Barbara Ann Laskin and her attorney nus% % %  : < making their home in Coral Gables 'her returnees to Miami are the Irw.n Blocken 1 Pnt a month in New York with then youngstei daughter, : %  '• '' Son, Michael, is in camp in Pennsylvania, wh.l. their tei Merrie, is visiting Wends in Connecticut, New Pennsylvania. Miami Florida, Friday, August 3. 1962 Section B Cedars Auxiliary Plans Jamboree Cedars ol Lebanon Auxiliary is having a barbecue and jamboree at the Westbrooke Country Club on Saturday night. The summer informal is keyed to relaxation and the evening will include square dances, waltzes, the twist and the fox-trot Refreshments will be ribs and chicken. Co-chairman are Mrs. Hersehcl l.eschel and Mrs Jacob Colsky, with Mrs Mitchell Goldman in charge of tickets. Committee members are Mesdames Benjamin Oren, Arthur Gilbert, Warren WitUS, Leonard Brodsky, James Rodenberg, Arthur Kaufman and Doris Margulis. Mrs. Nathaniel Levin is president of Cedars of Lebanon Auxiliary which plays a vital role in the new hospital. The lobby shop and guardian program are Auxiliary fundraising projects and the in-service volunteer program assists the hospital in providing care and comfort for its patients Donning hats ior the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Auxiliary "Grand Old Saturday Night Jamboree" are members of the hostess committee. Left to right are Mrs. Warren Witus, Mrs. Leonard Brodsky (seated) and Mis. Arthur Gilbert. Mr and Mrs. Hvman Eisenbaum. Jewish National Fund volun.eer workers, examine Me Ami. twin city of Miami, on the map of Israel. The Eisenbaums have strengthened the deve cpment of the twin city by establishing a forest Ujere. forest is expected to help reclaim the land on which Me will be situated end also help in its defense against hosL.C attack. Center Camp Plans Programs •Th. Tim< Mai him will be presented bv campers of Camp Ma ha Bee Wednesdaj evening m the auditorium of the Miami YMHA Branch, which sponsors the summer day camp program. Life from the stone age through th. space age will be portrayed in songs, dances and dramatics A family supper and auction was to be held this Thursday night on the grounds of the Beach "Y" under the sponsorship of Camp Shalom Funds raised will go to the camp scholarship fund. The annual Camp Shalom show will be present ed Monday, and is called "Anyone lor Dreams?" "Artists and Models" is the them, foi the final week at Camp Soar, al the North County Branch of the • eater Mil mi Jewish Community Centei Highlight will bt a clotheslin. an shoe and craft exhibits. All rc< ms be dec. rated i ; nd skits will be presented Or. Sunday, from 4 to 7 p.m.. a Mardi Grasand auction will u pr sented. with all proceeds goinj U the cami scholarship fund. Beth Am Ladies Planning Weekend Ttrr.pl* Beth Am Sisterhood is planning a weekend at the Naples Beach Club on Friday Saturday and Sunday. Aug. 10. 11 and 12. Bus transportation will be availabl*. and a baby-sitting servic* will be provided for afternoon* am evenii gs C( chi irmi n of the affi n %  rt Mn i... Goodman and Mrs Frt< Segal. Th Sisterhood held a mi Bbip tea Wednesday afternot


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I I Pace 2-B Je* is? ncridiair__^ Friday, August 3, ]oc Mizrachi Women's Leader Leaves Rich Heritage By Special Report Mrs. Bessie Gotsfeld, honorary rial president of the Mizrachi Women's Organization of America, ..: ir women's religious-Zion :-: organisation in the Upited States, died in Tel Aviv Sunday at the age of 72. In failing health for the past two years, Mrs. Gotsfeld entered the Asuta Hospital in Tel Aviv with her terminal illness in hue June. At her bedside was her sister-inlaw, Mrs Samuel Goldstein, of Brooklyn. NY., a past national president of Mizrachi Women. For more than a quarter of a century. Mrs. Gotsfeld served as Israel representative of the organization she had helped to found, initiating ana developing an extensive network of child-care and social welfare projects supported by the efforts of American Mizrachi Women. To thousands of children and young people brought to Israel by Youth Aliyah she "as guide, con firiante. and substitute mother. Is recent years, one of her great joys was being addressed as "Sabtah" tgrandmother! by the young children of parents who had once been 11 charges. Mrs. Gotsfeld's first experience vith refugees and social welfare work in the United States was in aiding Jewish refugees fleeting religious persecution in Czarisl Russia. Leader's Role Mrs Gotsfeld was born in Galicia, Poland, and emigrated to the United States in her early 'teens. Shortly after her marriage to the late Mendel Gotsfeld. she moved her home from New York City to Seattle. Wash. There she rapidly assured a leadership position in the rehabilitation and resettlement of thousands of Jewish refugees arriving in the West Coast port from Bussia. Following World War I. her established interest in Zionism and a flair for organization and administration found expression in an effort to bring together on a nation.;! level several auxiliary women's groups of the Mizrachi ireligious-Zionist) organization. In 125, the >al v achieved with (he fou Ihe Mizrachi Worn,,,-. o ion of America, which has grown to a membership ol s m e a i omen, organiz %  i into n ore than 350 local chapters in every sei lion o| the United States. After a preliminary survey in I ne in 1926, Mrs Gotsfeld recommen ed u> the newly-formed izalion as its firsl work the establishment of vocational training centers for adolescenl girls in Israel. The project was adopted and bore fruit in the establishment of the Beth Zeiroth Mizrachi in Jerusalem, a school in which young women were taught home economics, dressmaking and other skills in an atmosphere of traditional Judaism, Under Mrs. Gotsfeld's direction, the Beth Zeiroth Mizrachi in Jerusalem was rapidly followed by other projects of a similar nature, notably the Beth Zeiroth Mizrachi in Tel Aviv. The MRS. SOL GOLDBERG ++++++++++++++++++++++++ NOW! KOSHER SLICED CORNED BEEF Ask for All WIINO Kosher PRODUCTS Corned Beef, Pastrami, Salami, Bologna, Krispit Frankfurters Kashruth Quality Flavor I WILNO KOSHER \ SAUSAGE CO. (of Chicago) MIAMI BRANCH 2T81 N.W. 10th AVENUE L Phone FR 1-6551 Camp Winding Up Summer Final activities are being planned at Beth Torah Congregation's Camp Ha-Ge-Gah under the supervision of Hy Tadelman. camp director. The circus will be the theme of the show to be held during the last week of camp with Mrs. Arthur Cohen directing. The campers are preparing the colorful costume-. and Mrs. Harry Schorr and Mrs. Charles Heyman are creating the scenery in the arts and crafts classes Cal Peltz, swimming instructor, is planning to give Red Cross tests during the sixth week of camp Highlights of the past week were a camper-counselor day. a silly hat contest and a visit to National Airlines by the junior and senior groups Winners of the "Color War." in which two teamoi campers compete against each other in all phases of camp activities during the last two weeks, will be announced on Aug. 17. the la-t ay „f camp, nmsT-uum CAiotit-mi LIQUID nnrmn A k|M. tn|ht mtafil •"•ftenni — r„arafltMd •on tittenin|! •ocTot*movai FOB Diutna 10W CAIOIK own fO "ITCMfN ANO IKI UH -oz. tornt rooo srona GUARANTEED NON-FATTENING! MRS. BISSIl GOTSFELD trend she established has continued throughout the history of the organization anil through her efforts the Beersheva Vocational High Unit Appoints Mrs. Goldberg Mrs Sol Goldberg habeen named chairman of a newly-created hospital activities committee tor National Children's Cardiac Hospital. Leo Robinson, president ol Miami's nationally-known free, non-sectarian hospital devoted exclusively to rheumatic and congenital hear) disi ase in children, made the announcement last week Achairman ol tinnew committee.'' Robinson pointed out, "Mrs. Goldberg will have overall responsibility for recruiting, indoctrinating an,I training all volunteer workers for the hospital .lust as we rely on voluntary contributions to provide our services, we rely on voluntary help for clerical needs, patient entertainment, and other work with the young children. Recently elected a member of the board of governors, Mrs. Coldberg served for two years as president of the North Dade women's chap ter of the hospital. Working with her on the committee will be the presidents and aid committee chairmen of the South Florida chapters of National Children's Cardiac Hospital. | will be added tinFall 0 fce cha in of high schools operat• Mizrachi Women S auspices In the '30'S. with the rise of Hit ler and the beginning of mass ,.,,„,„ of J e wi s h" ref ugee* from EuTO pe, Mrs. Gotsfeld set up and established orphan-' homes, children's centers and nurserii in all parts ol Israel to provide care for the younger victims of Nazism Through these years, and with the arrival of the first child escapees from war-torn Europe, Mrs. Got! feld worked with indefatigable energy and outward calm to create child-care institutions for orphans v. ho had stemmed from traditional Jewish backgrounds. Aided Refugees Working at two levelshe establish) d -cres of temporan installations and simultaneously insisted on "building for permanence" many institutions which she pie dieted would become the core of a social-welfare, child care and educational structure in the as yet unrealized Jewish state With the establishment of Israi I •;s Mis Gotsfeld helped direct ihe energies of Mizrachi Women ii to meeting the emergencies created by an overwhelming influx of .1, w i-h men. women and children, from Middle. Eastern and S .\irii;, n countries, emphasizing six :. I -• I \ ice acti\ ities to Is. |-1 new %  • from more than a score "t countries in the process ol in lion. Among the major institutions she helped to create are the Betei Zei.ii rusalem. Tel A\ iv and in Beersheva, the Mo-.id Aliyah Children's Village al Petach Tikvah, ll i Bessie Gotsfeld Children's VMl... .mil Farm School, i Kfar 15atyai dedicated in her honor in 1947, the Bakka Settlement Houses, in Jerusalem, the firsl institutions of their kind to be established in Israel's capital, and the Haifa Community Center, established jointly with Canadian Mizrachi Women, in Israel's major port city, in lltafi. Affectionate Regard liver the years. MrGotsfeld returned periodically to the United Statei,, eonsull with leaders of the organization -he helped to found on these occasions, most recently in 1959, and in continuous correspondence, she empha.to Israel by American ,:. as"a two-way br ,, ...i importance to the \ .}< wish community and to conserving and ttevelopii : i asures of the human Mrs. Gotsfeld remained u h the active and Inspi i r, the philosophical gu mentor of the organizatii 111 Iped to shape polic) dec iiec< ntly as June. She was held ill deep ,u; ;, %  regard by meml ers Mizrachi Women's Orgai throughout the United Stati most a score ol community Mils are named in her honor. 4 is the Bessie Gotsfeld planted in Israel by Ml/ .. Women, through the Jewish \ | al Fund. Among the man] bestowed on her in her lifetimi Ihe "Woman of Achievement'' me n of the Women's in;, Exposition in New York t citing Mrs Gotsfeld, in 1951 ^ the "Outstanding Women of Molly Picon Off To Hollywood By Special Report Mi II) Picon, New York A -;. %  -:'• star who • ,rrinin tlii' Bro al corned) bit "Milt has been signed i Bud Yorkin and N r hi i firsl major mol tun i' e as Frank Sinatra'> %  hi pen \ ersion ol Blow Your Horn Miss Picon will leave New Yor for Hollywood in earl) Sepl i .in ii hears ils mi the l Productions Essex Produ film which Paramount will n "Come lilow Your Horn" got • tV Ion the camerain Hollywi : Sept. 10 Based on the Neil Simon way hit currently in its 74th wc "Come Illow Your Horn" wil directed by Yorkin from a screea play by Lear Howard w. Kod is executive producer, it v filmed in Panavision and Techltt cidor If you like i fc>! b. OI Hi le a' v. fe 1!. M in L. 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Friday, August 3, 1962 +Jewist Fhridfiar Page 3-8 \Jouth of the lA/cch is a £rillint JH, S By ISABEL GROVE When lovely Michele Levin grad'les next year at the aye of 18 S >m the Curtis Institute of Music, e will be the youngest student Who haever received a double degree i" piano and composition Bom the Philadelphia school. But musical "firsts" are routine for this talented Miami Miss, who be-,.,., picking out original melodies Or the piano when she was only three When she started to take lessons, not < % %  > was her progress at the piano extraordinary, but it a discovered that she had per feel pitch and could also transpose. At %  >-> %  v|X -• %  n< was attending theory classes at the University of Miami school ol music and studying piano with Cyrus I'llian. of Ft. Lauderdale. £ i-r Steinwaj Grand, receive,i When she wa! eight, is autographed "To Micheh Levin, a promising young pianist, Sincerely. Charles (i Steinway." She was the Rrst child for whom anyone in the Steinway familj had ever autographed a pian< First Cadenza The young artist's "mental musical maturity'' has always been at Odds "th her numerical age. At nine, she wrote her own cadenza for Mozart's ( Minor Concerto, which she performed with the Boston Pops'' under Arthur Fiedler. She has written many pieces for piano, violin, organ, flute, woodwinds, strings and choral groups. several of which have had performances it Philadelphia. And she still receives royalties for her ••Hondo." published when she was 10. That sanu year, the gifted young artist auditioned for Dr. F.frem Zinibalist. director of the Curtis Institute, and was accepted. But ff was not until she was tt that her parent-. Dr and Mrs. Herbert Levin, permitted her to accept the scholarship and attend what she enthusiastically refers to as "the best music school there is." %  HpnaMMMMMMI M/CHflf IfVIN young virtuoso Being the youngest student at the school and everyone's "mascot" never made Michele's schedule any less rigorous. In addlton to four and five hours a day for practising piano, and time for composition, several hours a day were devoted to academic subjects with private tutors. At 13. Michele won a special award for a sonata she had entered in a composition contest, and in competition with 40 pianists, won th e Pr ivilege of performing with the Philadelphia Orchestra at Robin Hood Deell. Last summer, the teen-age virtuoso of the beyboard played George Gershwin's "Rhapsody in Blue" at a Miami Beach "Pops" concert with Paul Taubman, who called her "a little genius." In a packed Miami Beach Auditotrnim with an extra 200 seated in the wings, the young musician v.as enthusiastically received by her home town and unanimously praised by the criticis. Avid Photographer With limited time for hobbies, Michele. who is an avid photo grapher. gets up at 6 a.m. to take pictures of the snow. "From the first 1 loved the cold." she admits, "and the play of light and shadowon the white snow and the many shapes taken by the drifts just fascinate me." An avid reader, dark haired Michele joins her parents when I tion, I should like to perfect my French and German and complete ISICICIVX my college academic requirements. "Of course my dream is to concertize and compose fine music," she adds seriously, "although I've been told its impossible to do both However. I've been doing just that for years, and when I no longer havt school work. I will have that many more hours for the piano and coinposing." I Even More Time But there is still another year at Curtis, and at present, this pleaant summer with her parents an.l young brother Phillip The family have Just moved to a new home, at 5305 SW 64th ct and all enjoy swimming and relaxing around the pool, with occasional recitals from Phillip, who is studying the violin, with accompaniment by Michele. But even during vacation, there are the happy hours of practice for talented, dedicated Michele NEXT WEEK, Kenneth Frishman, Southwest High School, 62. ever possible in a group which discusses "Great Books." She even writes romantic poetry, and a short story of hers called "If I Were a Library" is still included in a collection for children published by Prentiss Hall. Attractive Michele loves to sing and dance, "even the twist." and is also a member of a jazz band here, which meets as often as possible for jam sessions. "I don't believe in being isolated from anykind of music." she explains. "Whether you are a professional musician, an amateur or just a music lover, it's important to be exposed to all kinds of music so that eventually you can eliminate what you don't like." What's ahead for the tall teen ager who also happens to be a superlatively gifted pianist and composer? "After graduation. I will probably study for several veals in Europe." muses Michele "In addition to music and composiRabbi Labovitz is Host Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, spiritual leader ol Temple Ner Tamid, will be host on the Jewish Worship Hour on Sunday, n a.m., over WGBS. MORE THAN EVER YOU CAN be younger looking with mild, mild fblmolive O&qwy... kMassage vigorously with 'refreshing mild palmoliva lather. Rinse and pat dry. y Repeat 3 times a day. TRY NEW PINK PALMOLIVE tltrichtd with bcauly cream 0/ FAMILIAR PASTEL GREEN PALMOLIVE Palms Home Listed by AMA Palms Convalescent Home. 1-lfiOl NE 16th ave Miami, was among nine health institutions in six States thai have heen accepted for listing by the American Hospital Assn. Dr Edwin I. Crosby, director ofi the association, -aid that an insti-; tution must meet the rigorous rej quirements of the organization in; order to be listed. The AHA list of an patient care j institutions other than hospitals j now numbers some 350 nursing homes, convalescent homes, rehabilitation centers, and homes for the aged providing nursing care under medical supervision. Palms Convalescent Home W8S added to the list hecause it is licensed by the State of Florida, has regular visits by a physician, maintains medical records for each patient, and arranges for diagnostic services such as I clinical laboraton Young Israel Plans for Building At a meeting Wednesday of Young Israel of Greater Miami, Ernest Wolfman, architect who designed the North Miami Beach City Hall, presented plans for the synagogue which Young Israel will ; build. Included will be a Beth Medrash. social hall, classrooms, catering facilities, offices, library and a rabbi's study. Organized three years ago,. Young Israel, affiliated with the National Council of Young Israel. | now has a membership of 100 fam" ilies. The school department includes a nursery, kindergarten. Talmud Torah and a teen-age and adult education institute. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber is spiritual leader, and serving on the building committee are E. Unger, M. Gottlieb. B. Lerner, H Lerner. M. Frand. A. Goooze, S Nussbaum. M. Lippman. J. Greenberg, L Rosenberg and Councilman Irwin Sharf. TETLEY % ICED TEA IS GESHMAKSTEL a&>: THE TINY LITTLE TEA LEAVES" give fullest strength and flavor! C'rtifTf'l Ke*r! ifr! fan* terrier it riot HptnMOS ol tUt-ll Jacob Colaa. IETLEI : B I R T H D A Z E : First child. Caren Suzanne, born July 26 to Josh and Carolyn Sirkin in St. Petersburg, where the new father is attending Stetson Cniver, sity law school. Miriam and Milton Sirkin spent the weekend getting acquainted with their new granddaughter, and the tiny deb and her parents will spend a month as houseguests of the senior Sirkins this month. Great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs Harry Sirkin. Brian Aaron Collins joined 20Imonth-old brother. Steven Zvi. on July IS. • Parents of the two young men are Cynthia and Ephraim Collins She's vice president of a Hadassah group and he is president of the Miami-Coral Gables ZOA, having recently represented his organization at a national convention in Washington. Grandparents are Mrs Claire Collins and George and Kstelle lire liter Mrs Hechter is past i resident of Beth Israel Congregation Sisterhood INSTANT OR REGULAR & J* Old Milwaukee HENRY E. MANGELS CO. 3550 N.W. 58th ST, & Miami, Florida sunshine fashions trend setter In the south Shop Burdine's for the South's widest assortments best in values newest in fashion and home trends. Use one of our Sunshine Credit plans to shop the nicest way to own what you want when you want it. Shop mondiy and friday night*, miami, miami baach 'til • 163rd ttraat. ft. laudardala. watt palm Waath 'til 9:30 Baby Die-Dee Diaper Service "•ifATI! MIAMI'S ritsr An Exclusive laundry for Diapers and Baby Clothes 2111 N.W. 10th AVENUE PHONE FR S-5593 Fossett's Prescription Pharmacy Huntington Medical Building 161 S.I. FIRST STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA PNONE Ft 4-7691 One of the largest and Most Complete Prescription Pharmacies in the World W. E. 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Page 4-B -.Imlst Rori-P*r Friday, August 3, 1932 %  rrance* Jm^ehtnacn We the Women .%  %  .\ • %  • : • \: • %  %  %  %  j Sn tlieKealm of J^ociet WAN<.[S on 11.fingers—and spel WOMAN OF THE WEEK So you're 10I seeing double! — picture does The reason: Frances Lehman is "Woman of the Week Alth coi es as a complete surprise to her. me are certain her n are she well deserves the honor. rn in In d anapolis, Frances Rothschild, the fai to Akron when Frances was still a little girl And a vi girl she was who because of her fi si m became a leader among her fr classmates Early in her grammar • ., r, she HI an elocution conti si e, Frances has spouted poetrj al „t a Shakespeare, Rile; or Guesl \youngster, she would entertain for rganiza reciting The Little Match Girl" to the ompanimenl of "Hearts and Flowi i th %  by her besl friend, Myrtle man Mrs Morton Greenwood Bringe eyes ol her listeners, her recitations JISO brought Frances leading roles in all the hi :li school plaj s i pon graduation from Akron University, where she became active in her sorority, Alpha Epsilon Phi, Frances taught school. What ability she lacked in arithmetic—she still counts ling, she more than made up in capacity to stimulate nd hold the interest ol her young pupils On her first date with Jean Lehman, her mother found them kissing go c : iLiht on the front porch. Frances airily dismissed her mother's rebuke with. "Don't worry! I'm going to marry him!" And she did. Frances and .lean lived in Cleveland for several years, during which turn their only child, son .lere. was born. A Florida vacation to visit M> rile and Morton Greenwood resulted in the Lehmans' moving to Miami Beach the following year, 1939. With son Jere in school. Frances immediately became active in PTA. and subsequently rose to be its president. The succession of her activities followed as one wave follows another on the sea: two years as president of the Miami Beach Division of National Council of Jewish Women; three years as president of the Greater Miami Section of Council, during which tenure seven divisions in the Greater Miami area were successfully organized; founding president of the Federation of Jewish Women's Organization.-; serving on the boards of Ml, Sinai Hospital. Brandeis University National Women's Committee, and American Jewish Committee, in addition to lending her help and leadership to numerous community drives. Franco proudly wears gold discpresented to her by the many organizations she served so faithfully. But the one disc she richly deserves above all others would be for the many, many acts o| thoughtfulness and kindness she performs time and again without fanfare, recognition or reward. with all if these activities, Frances' devotion to her ever-young her, known to all affectionate!) as "Didi." her love for her stalwart husband Jean and son Jere, have known no bound.-. ] the Li hmai home to I pa tt rn sel early in iod ol hearted hospitality and happim %  :,i there is a sp< h kle in Frances' eyes tone ol special quality his bride-to-be Barbara Vibbert % %  I home is • I dth love. Fere, B md Franci FAMILY REUNION Such fun il Milton and Belt) Malakoffs house. Daughter Marion Mrs. Oliver P Williams, and her • g hters, Ruth and Jessica" visiting [rom Philadelphia. Whal interests five and six year-olds' seeing trip ,nd the Parrot Jungle, for example, is now the order ol .he day. The beach gets top billing Sun Fred, who has just gradfrom Ihn ard Law School, came home to join in the fun and help lain his nil IS FEATURE OF ATTRACTION Winnie (Mrs. Leo Chaiken) wanted all of her friends to meet her daughter-to.be Joanne Wolf, who will marry Robert Chaikin on \ %  12. So she had a luncheon in her honor al the Algiers hotel with h. -appointments earned out in pink and white, along with white* lovebnd>. The pro;ram was adorable, telling the story of Joanne's life an. courtship Winnie introduced the participants by announcmg a •rh.iki-i 1 F" ';"";," W 8 rapidly W !" !" "* "' constellation i*or wn.r V "" 'l" se ffer "W"' data, including Mrs \ /' 7i n d""";':' S m0 ,ht r who lo1 abou h, r childhood Reggfe v *i u1"n l e re8d a u P0Pm Another 1 "'" 1 % %  ad by Cornel. hv r i, Vln u J Phl i pSOn T en ,here were P*ions of thin£ to "me by Carolyn We.nkle and read by her mother, Mrs. Jerome Wetokle Of course all of the Wemkle clan were there. Ammil the 222 were Mrs Mark Harris. Mrs. Jake Erh.ich. and another new bride Sand* Shapiro, now Mrs. Maurice Friedland. S ndJ Cohen, Gulkss Plan for Wedding Mr and MrLeo F Cohen, 1117 El Rado -t Coral Ga i!< s, formerK ol Oil City, Pa., announce the engagement oi their daughter, Marjoric Ann. to Samuel Gu The bride-elecl is a graduate of ylvania Stab I i rsity, Coll t 2e il Education, an I is now a ., lcner i n the Dade countj school Her sorority is Sigma Delta Ta Her fiance is a gr i the rsity ol Flori la liege ol Enneering He '' u "' k iward a Doctor 1 hil 'sophy .:, jree in phi sics tl '•%  member ol Tau BeU honor societies. parents oi the pr >s] cl • groom are Mr an 1 Mrs N Gulkis, 2319 SW 22n 2f Cohen, Raymond Betrothal Told Mr. .mil Mrs David Max i 3736 Prairie ave., are aim the engagemenl of their d Hallie Joy, to Paul Raymon The pr the son of Mr and Mrs : md 826 Men I an The .veddin De MISS MAKJORIt COHEN First, Schwartz Eye Dec. Rites Mr and MrAl I 623 NE 50th ter announ I menl of their Rita to Dr, Alien Ba imal I to. Can The bride-elecl is Miami Edison High versity of Miami. Her fiance is University ol Tot 5 ol ol Medicine and -• :' doctor at the Ml m New York and Miami Beach The wedding will take place in December, Jacobsons Mark 57th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. David Jacobson. 1618 Michigan ave.. Miami Beach, celebrated their 57th wedding anniversary on July L'7 They are the parents of Charles R Jacobson. local public relations consultant, and Owen Jordan, television and movie actor, of Yorktown Heights, N.Y. David, aged 77. is a retired paint er and decorator, who recently received a national citation from the Brotherhood of Painterand Decorators of America for his 50 con secutive yearof membership in the international organization of craftsmen The Jacobsons came to the Miami area in : 141 ifti r i ye u residence in Chii ag i Denver and New York Among %  tcei nd Toby J %  Florida for thi fll Vision Evaluation Service -.-• I in --: ition servn .-ears of age can free ej Iaj from 9 3 lam to i a: Flaglei S A S| pi Temple Zion Cabaret Night Temple Zion Sisti spon >i %  i i abarei Night' at the Caril Ion hotel Saturday night In addition to dancing an 1 enter tainment, there will be .1 free trip tiNassau and to Bimini on the Calypso Line-, and a weekend for two at the Carillon hotel Mrs Otto Hyman is in charge of 1 reservations. Pioneer Women's Summer Camp Assists Youth By Special Report One hundred and fort 1 da) run: N for 7,000 I children, half of whom at :to the State. .-.., opened in Israel under a Pi Women Moetzel Hapoalot pr • u aannounced this Mrs Sidney Leff, national dent of Pionei r Women The camps provide hot lized recn ati ••;.,: special arts and crafts in*tf for thiyoungstei -. v r ft n to 14 The) -• %  rv e as a ital "trainii %  %  the future integration 1 immigranl chil Iren school children oi Israe Mrs I.eff. who recently rei fi urn 1 -i\ week stay in Israe announced the dedication ol in w Pioneer Women-Moetzi 1 oalol day nurseries in Aamle dess Katz. and Klar Saba, and dedication of a new wing


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Friday, August 3. 1962 MmvistiFhrMiw Page 5-B C/, larminglu your*, L €JiA Zi W ESTBROOKE Countrj members held .1 December1 %  ,. Satur la; br< %  ighl loj s for disti il hi ij-pitah and children's in the area S >n e two %  .'il members and I hi ir Is gathered fur this -• • ing L'UI sts ;i Mrs Mort> %  I in ;i kirt lo form the hemline. '• ido gn t n cotton w ith an m bodici was worn l>y Mr.-. %  man Hall erg Her bodice was tailed wit) matching colored CUSTOMERS BRINGING THIS AD Will RECEIVE 10. CREDIT AT TIME 0E PURCHASE. / Ocl.Mll Hi.;.: A 1 iroom c i iu>w \! in %  .in >! muj PARSONS 3410 CORAL WAY Open Monday Nite Til 9 have a truly luxurious PP fie embroidery, and set oft '•'•• ;h a peter pan collar Mrs Herbert R hose a vi 1 hue checked gingh and Mrs Norman Kothstein choice was whit e hantillj over gold 01 j • THE fitted shift silhouette was worn bj Mrs. Eddie Block Her unusual -ilk print was ol pink florals framed in light i" lik on a white background Wuie was the color choice ol Mrs Man Gi Idfin Her long torso pique ended in a bouffant skirt. Mrs, Karl Jacobs selected a hotpink linen ith a decollete hack cut almost to the waist with two narrow bands ol the fabric back Mi \i ii Gerson chose 1 I raw silk in a modified chi line li was self banded to a long torso length, below which the skirl flared into the interesting "A" silhouette. A red an I pink Chinese -ilk brocade worn b) Mrs Sidney Schreer Her bodice was fitted, and cut low, and the skirl was asymetricalls draped MrHob Segal's hand screened -ilk print was embroidered with iridescent matching green and tangerine sequins. A procelain blue dotted Sw iss floral print, cut into the slenderising princess line, wag the choice of Mrs. Arthur Bassman. Mrs Milton Shenberg. known professionally as Ruth Regina. Chose I pale yellow silk organza for her dancing mood; while a white moygashel sheath with an illusion neckline was the choice of Mrs William Marshall A figure-molding brocade black cotton was worn bj Mrs. Aaron Aronoff. A floral applique of self fabric and cut velvet trimmed the top of the bodice Mrs. Samuel Plotink white raw silk featured a -ilk print panel down the entire front of her sheath outlined :n gold raw -ilk A sleeveless red and white horizontal-striped jersey bodice, and a w hih' gaberdine sheath luned the I pi< ce l"ok 11 • 1 me piei e dn on Mrs, 5 Mrs \l Sokol ch a lai k fitted bodice ovi r • %  tiers ol T HE strikini 1 ilors of a Pic asso print were in MrRoj Miller's two piece matte i Tsej enscmbli Her overblouse was the casual fit of the shift Mrs Martin An sheath was a ribbon knil ol white straw lace, and MrH> Beigel's sheath was oi nav> cotton boucle Inserted at the waist was a diag mal stripe of navy and white, and her short jacket was also of the -tnped fabric Mr-. Irwm Brenner chose a sky blue chiffon with a draped bodici and skirl of the ...-> metrical line. MrHarold I'omerant/ selected a gold colored silk with the controlled fullness of the bellshaped skin Her long-sleeved Judea Nursery Sets Registration Temple .1 u d e a nursery-kinderirten school will be open weeklays from *J a.m. to 5 p.m for registration in the fall term beginning Sept I Children who will be three years old bj Jan. 1 are eligible. %  Morning sessions are held five lays a week, and subjects include music, art.and crafts, science, dramatic play. Btorj telling, prayers and holiday lore. A readiness pro-ram in the kineared to prepare the children lor first grade Campaign Unit Picks Chairman Mrs Beth \i. Thompson has been I campaign audit chairman for the L'nited Fund 1962 fall campaign, : %  vi. announced b> William C Lantaff, L'nited Fund president. Her duties will include the audit ing of all money collected bj the ; 1 ited Fund and a final report of the actual total raised. A senior partner of Thompson • Nichols, certified public accountants. Mrs. Thompson is a pioneer woman accountant. She was the first woman officer of the Estate Planning Council of Southeast Florida, the Dade County chapter of the Florida Institute of 1 etrnied Public Accountants, and the Florida Institute of CPA's she i> listed in "Who's Who in American Women." Florida State Department Commander of the Jewish War Veterans, and national executive committeeman, L o u: s Deutsch and Ralph Lampert, present Miss Israel, Judith Mnzor, with an official JWV emblem on a gold Star of David locket and a dozen red American beauty roses as a form of welcome to the U.S.A., and to make her fee! at home hers in Florida. The 19-year-old Miss Israel, who specks Ee languages, Hebrew. English, French, and Spanish, will msk = a brief Bonds for Israel tour and then return to serve twa years in the Israel Defense Army, blonde. She is a brown-eve i Social Unit Adds New Members New members of the Cliff I %  I.-. ,1 social group for young unmarried, are Miss Marjorie Tnupkin, .lean Sollenberger, and Dr. Fred Abramson The ently he! ce for Dade and Bi ty memberat thi Miami sh Country Club. Robi rt Insco .club pre.-. Women Plan Card Party Temple Menorah Sisterhood is planning a card party Sunday even Ing, Aug. 1H. at the Bel Aire hotel. 6515 Collins ave Chairmen are Mrs. Richard Schwartz and Mrs. F.ssie Wolf Sisterhood president is Mrs. Ray Morse. jacket was cut very wide in the front, creating a dinner dress with the jacket on. and an almo-t strapless bodice for a dance dress Mr.-. Sheldon Kaye chose a white silk organza with a high-cowled neckline in front, which plunged to a low V in back. Both her fitted bodice and full skirt were covered with appliques of brightcolored summer flowerTENOR WANTED for High Holiday Choir. 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Page 6-B ••Jenist ffcridtin Miamians Active in Summer Service Programs Advance to Higher Duties Richard N. Blank has been com-7475 SW 118th st Cadet^Clein^ has missioned a second lieutenant in! advanced to hs senior year of the United States Air Force tolAFROTC P^* 8 0 "' AUanta lowing his final peri,..! of Reserve institute Oi ["echnologj at Atlanta, officer Training Corps indoctrinaGa. in „„inttion train I Myrtle Heach Me will he eligil le app^ AFB sc ment as a second lieutenant upon Son of'Mr and Mrs. Michael his graduation from college. Blank 2011 s Miami ave., Lieut. Capt. Jerome I. Levine. of Miami Blank'was an AFROTC participant Beach, is being reass.uned to at the Universltj of Miami, where Homestead AFB. *f !" 8 JJ he was graduated with a BBA degraduation from the orunUtion gree. He is a member of Tau Kapcourse for l nited Mates Air Force p a Epsilon. medical service officers a. Gunter Another Miamian at Myrtle AFB. Ala. Beach is Cadet Michael A. Clein. Capt Levine. a nhysuwn. was who has also completed his sum given a general orientation covermer training under the Air Force ing administrative procedures. milReserve Officer Training Corps, itary medicine, and medical servSon of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Clein. ice support of I SAF objectives Son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Levine. of 1411 Stillwater dr.. the captain is a graduate of Long Island University, and received his MI) degree from Albany Medical College. Alan Shecter. Miami public rela-! He and his wife, the former Bartions executive, has been invited | )ara \\ Lyons, of Jamaica. N.Y., to address the Anuncos y Publici| )aVe two children, dad Latin American Conference on Cadet Joseph J Sokoloff has cornAdvertising and Publicity to be p i e ted his summer training under held Aug. 7 in Mexico City. | t h e Air Force Reserve Officer Joining a panel of speakers from Training Corps program at James New York. Rio de Janeiro, Caracas, I Connelly AFB. Tex. Lima. Mexico City and Guadalason of Mrs. Estelle B. Sokoloff. jara, Shecter will describe through 0 f 934 Michigan ave.. Cadet Sokoan interpreter a number of effec| 0 ff has advanced to his senior tive programs launched in the U.S. year of AFROTC participation at last year. the University of Oklahoma. Shecter. currently an executive He has observed and participat with the J". I. Kislak Corp.. has also j e( j ,,, actual Air Force base operadone public relations work with ij 0ns during the summer training Cedars of Lebanon Hospital here. Katz to Make Education Friday, Aug ust 3, 1962 Insurance Exec in Talks Henry M. Gilbert, 12620 NE MidllCat OH Survey ,,;;, ,„. No Miami representative ,f National Life Insurance I [rvin W. Katz Is now complying 01 Vermont conferred with plans f( ,r an educational tour of Pjny ^.^ ^ Montpe lier college campuses. i a8 t week en route home from we Katz is making the independent ; • meeting oi the Insurance :•; %  survey of representative colleges annual ^^ ,, t0 rev ie first-hand the heavy bur "';.,,.,, Qut m m „l July Gi ,„ competitive col*J£ !" mmmtm f W^ imposes den tin pre l e ge BtimtSSionS jncturr my<> risl .,| llf life insurance agent, „„ coU eges. students, and parents WJJ, ^ Qf ; „ |t ast sum Thl „.„, ul ii include instituions *• qualified for the group in ,„, east and mid-west sections 0 f the United States, especiall) '"> those coUeges whose admission. policies give consideration to special abilities. talents. personal qualities and strong motivation ot andidates toward Making Flight Plans particular \ Hlas, is mi Art Bruns, of Miami Springs aking plans for a special nx -tw CADET MICHAEL A. CLEIN Shecter Will Address Confab period and will be eligible for appointment as a second lieutenant upon his graduation from college. Youngsters Busy In Camp Ocala experie nutted to colleges of acceptable standards." K;it/ declared. Kat/ has been identifed with Miami Beach Senior High School since 1946. having seised successively during the past 16 years as 0vw ^ -U ,„j,}, youngsters 10 teacher, counselor, dean, and pnn, of! Miam j ,, n ly a few weeks ago, cipal. are already in a full program >' %  activities at Camp Ocala in Florida'Ocala national forest. The boys and girls participate in waterskiing, swimming, horsi riding, singing, team sports, actContinental Adds Restaurant Here Continental Caterers of Miami, and arts and crafts room for a second shift, but mo-', remain a full eight weeks IT. R/CHARD N. BLANK New Hot Shoppe To Open Here 8393 Bird rd., specializes in qualing, ity kosher catering for weddings, Some tots, 5 to 15, will return Bar Mitivahs, banquets, and other nome a ft er [our weeks to make social events, Continental, operated by Enter) L. Green, performs catering service in the Greater Miami area's leading halls, hotels, synagogues, and private homes Green has been operating his firm sinte the spring of 1960, when he left his post as executive Stewart of one of the largest strictly kosher hotels on Miami Beach. Formerly from New York City, he has been in the food industry since 1949 Hot Shoppes, inc.. national rescapacity of 222 persons, plus a cocktaurant. motor hotel and food ser-, tail lounge featuring an interior of vice organization, will open a new o)ive fe j, amJ vjnv] and one jilumHot Shoppe restaurant in the Jefmulticolored Stainlerson Super Center. 950 .No. Miami Beach blvd. S ,ass panels. The restaurant also. The opening will feature a public will provide banquet facilities for; Continental Caterers features de pen House, with guided tours of up to 70 persons. j livery routes covering Coral Gable-. South Miami, and all of Southwest Miami. Now added is a new strut ly kosher restaurant to Continent al's catering service, with menus the past four years, is manager ing from fll „ course fl nner s to % of the new restaurant. He has been famous .. dub san(hvll .| u s of New % affiliated with the Hot Shoppe orOper the new restaurant, its stainless Steel kitchen, and contemporary coktail lounge. Free refreshments will be served, with balloons for children Robert Stiller, who has been assisting in the Hot Shoppe expansion program in the Miami area for MONUMENTS BLUE ElBERTON GRANITE MONUMENTS COMPLETELY GUARANTEED Base 3-0x1-2x0-8 Polished Top, Balance Rock Pitched Die 2 4x0-8x2-0 Two Faces, Two Ends and Tea Polished and Lettered $248 AMN SHECTER The Open House will be held from 4 to 8 p.'m., on Saturday, Aug. 4. The restaurant will be open for service starting Monday, Aug. 6, at 11 a.m. The new Hot Shoppe will be open seven days a week, 7 a.m. to midnight, Sundays through Thursdays, and from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m., Fridays and Saturdays. The new restaurant, the fifth Hot Sholem Plans Keys Weekend Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, is planning a Labor Day weekend sh PI* ,0 be ^ nvA m Florula ln party and fishing trip to Mara-1 r *' tent > ears features a content non porary design to relied the mdoor_ ,. -outdoor feeling, including large inLeaving Saturday, Sept. l, three terior pUnting and col rfu Flor day-and two nights will be spent |(|a ds %  at the Rutgers motel at Key t_ol-| onv Beach in air-conditioned rooms, i The restaurant, covering nearly Included will be an all-day lish-i 1 0 000 Sq fl wi have a %  """"ing trip on the Marathon Lady. ocean and pool bathing, and continental breakfasts In charge of reservations is Hoben J. Le\viso:i ganization for the past 15 years Jack Katsanos. former Delaware restaurant operator, is assistant manager, and James Winegerden is night manager. Other Florida restaurants include a Hot Shoppe restaurant at 3500 S. Dixie hwy Miami Beach, and three sunshine Parkway restaurants, at Pompano Beach. Ft Pierce and West Palm Beach. The company also operate* airline catering services at Miami and Ft Lauderdale airports. York's Fast Side. > Continental has a full time Mash* giach on the premises, and is a % Shomer Shabbal establishment L CARIBBEAN MARBLE CO., INC. 7232 SW 42nd Street MO 1-4055 BATTERIES for ALL AMERICAN and FOREIGN CARS Experts on Starter and Generator Repairs BATTERIES GENERATORS — STARTERS lll-YOI I HATH ICY INC. SALES & SERVICE at Home or On the Road 1850 N.W. 7th Avenue FR 9 3451 8345 S. Dixie Highway MO 1-5357 Tucker to be Cantor By Special Report C LG —R : rd Tucker, one of the great isl ric tenors today be the ittor of the Park .' %  ewish High Holy Rabbi Alvin I • mi in • i mgregation's a ROOFING CO. FOSTER ELECTRIC COMPANY, INC. Electrical Contractors RESIDt:\-. COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL --TERATIONS M ANTE.NANCE PAUL FOSTER, president AIR CONDITIONING and ADEQUATE WIRING 2264 W. 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. Jct/'sf fh ridden r %  he sum of S36,242.000 in cash is presented to the United Jewish Appeal by more than 150 community leaders from every Section of the country attending the recent UJA national -fcash meeting in New York. UJA officials shown here with the total cash figure acclaimed the sum. almost 10 percent hiqher than the collected total at the same time last year, as one of the agency's highest achieved at midyear in the past decade Left to right are Edward M. M. Warburg, chairman of the Woint Distribution Committee, a major UJA beneficiary which fcneets Jewish needs in 27 overseas countries; Joseph MeyerHotf, UJA general chairman; Israel D. Fink. UJA national cash ^chairman; and Dewey D. Stone, chairman of the United Israel %  Appeal-Jewish Agency for Israel, which aids Israel's tami^urrenuy ceieorating -grants with funds raised by UJA. In 1962. UJA's nationwide nniversarjr season as music direcf ,nw h > 3 oal is S95.000.000. to. and conductor of the world faRM^'WI* complaint mous Boston Pops Orchestra. Fied\r MoraollS "'"" '" r ''"'"' '""'"'• *'*• ,wn r wl '* turn tne Miami Beach 'asses at 59 Fiedler in Second Appearance Here Arthur Fi< rtler will make his second successive ppearance this season with the University of Miami Summer Symphony Orchestra on Sunday at the air conditioned Mi .'ini Beach Auditorium. l-'icdler7 w'i<> also was the guest conductor at la-t week.-. "Pop"! concert, jn-ill introduce the wellknown American pianist Earl Wild as guest soloist. Fielder's program will open with the familiar Wedding March from Mendelssohn's "Midsummer Night's Dream," followed by Schubert's first movement to the "Unfinished Symphony," C a i I liet's arrangement of the popular ditty, "Pop Goes the Weasel," Leroy Anderson's "Irish Suite." selections from Richard Rodger's "The Sound of Music," and the "Pops Round-Up," a potpourri of popular tunes arranged by Richard Hayman. Currently celebrating his 32nd Page 7-B LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL KC-, ICI man h< r fath. i lid on Men Ik two ">"-• Mrs Bath. IJ.HI.IUH andMIss %  M' nl nnd five grandchildren S'-'vi.-ea were Jul) %  >; In lllversidi %  • "" rial Cham I Not mand\ | H |< .11. Joseph Benjamin Margolis, I. passed away on Aufi l at his m< 3163 Sheridan ave. Miami Seach He was a native Ploridian, horn %  )• K. \ \\ c-i He lu 'ii in i Ireater ni for the past 39 years, and as a dentist He u is a member the Florida Denial Societj and %  Southern Dental Assn. Dr. Margolis is survived by his wife, Sue; two sons. Larry and Stephen, all of .Miami, a daughter. Mrs Isadora Rrayson; and two grandchildren. of Hillsdale, N'.i. I %  also leaves a brother and three 1 I 'ITS. Services were to be held Thurs MRS GERTRUDE GITTLEMAN Ml.ni It, %  I .III V .-! "-". "• %  Sh. was ., ,, ml • mple I .nianii -El Survl .mc ., %  • '" hu I • nnii .. -..II. i,.-. ,.ii ',"" 'iHUKhl. •-. Mrs Rosi i: kin ami ...... %  • Kun.-iii II..in. HARRV ROTHMAN H | n. ave dlt-d Julv 22 "; '" • a i-hil%  ""i owned Tropical Auto young pianist has to his credit such ... 1. *. I %  • Pops podium for his eighth annual \ isit, a record shared by no other visiting conductor since the summer series began in 1950 A longstanding favorite of Miamians, Fiedler was voted "most popular conductor" by local conceri goers in an informal poll conducted by (he I'M Symphonj office. Wild, who is Fiedler's personal choice as soloisl for this concert. will perform Tohaikovsky's Piano Concerto No. l in Ii flat minor The NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW x %  K iHEREBY CIVEN % %  ,i. ... ';'"!".',' num. i I HOI.III.U l>.N \\ HEELS \ .\.'ATlo.N i I'.M'K Mil: II. \ X HI k.141 .IV Vila da '.' %  i : %  : i" -.i 'i nnim .. iili Mi. %  ;' "' % %  circuli Court of I. a. .-,. n \ Iloi i la '•'!•' 'RUM PCHMCITY COCNCII l\i' IfH \" i,..'.. 'II S. ybold llldg Mi.on, 1-10-17-24 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORiDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62 C 7694 HI Wi'KS \ \.\,'Y KELTZEH Plaintirr, MARTIN SELTZER I '• %  :. n.I.int SUIT FOR DIVORCE T... MARTIN SELTZER I2SH i it-ran Parkwa) Brooklj n. New v.,ik You, Martin Seltier, are hi r. lit ,l 1 Iha" a Kill f Complalnl foi "" % % % % %  • ha* > — r. riled again*! you, and you ... requ red to serve i "I > • % %  !,Answer or Pleading to th. Hill -if ompuilnl ,.n n„ Plaintiffs attornc). Raj man A I >uh a %  ••.•• Vinslej Hldg Miami 32, Plot-Ida, and til. original Anevvei ,., Pleading In the office ol the Cli rh of th, t'lrcull Court ..n or before I hi 9th da\ ol AURUat. 1962 If you fan ,,. ,,., m Judgment i ,n .,,n !., a. in ,i,.i. .i in ol i 'oniptalnt. rhls notice hall he published once ••"• "•• k f l : JN tUEREIi .,, Miami, Moiida, thlK 26th day ..f .1 ilj. A I > E II LEATHERMAN, ':. rh it i .i'i. id. r-ouiu i %  I H> HELEN KESSI.Ei! I i. %  %  H VY.M \.\ ,v IH 111,; \ n Hide -'. I'll.i hla s 3.1 i IN THE COLNTi JUDGE S COURT i\ AND FOR D*D£ CCoNTY. FLORIDA i\ PROBATE, Nc • %  IN HI late of VVII.H ,I:I.\ liec.-a il NOTICE TO CREDITORS %  "'' lima oi i .,,,,-. s R |d '' • %  %  id a I %  '" 'whltl Hi. .stall of u : \ v 8 HI I.I'KIN %  •%  ll latl : I hull ann -. Hi .. i Sl '"' %  in %  I n the i iIn 1 e count %  I mi. of the I : %  • hai'reil l>ated ..i Miami, '-i. .;.,. this <1aj of July, A.I 111:i:.M \\ ll .;. ,|.| ISTEIN \kdm • -i ratoi I'II-' iiuhlli .ii...i, i thla notii %  i n • 2 .-. hi %  ..--!,. r Mtorl fill N.lii in .;,., •. II N i: lfi.trd Sl %  Ih Mlam B. ... ,. | Ii S-lM-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is in i. :iv uiVKN thai %  deaiiitiB to ngaKi In < %  %  %  -• mid %  %  %  rit-t Hour name i.f 1 VRREH \.~ Eyi II'MENT .-• i\ „ 1 "' -' %  at 1 UH \\v 19th Avenue, 'i'-' I-'" ka, i'"Ii i nd Intend to Ith ih. Clet k ..f 'hi 'a. nit c .II %  ol IMII. County. Ilot ..I., MKI.VIN I. AI.'KKKAS WALTER l: it iTTEH RKASIIECK A iI:I'.I:I:S At lornej for i '.,••. ,I'Tqulp. Si r\ Ice 1M -: 1233 South State Road s. \. n Wi at Hollj | |, ,'.. %  i %  -: r -1> 4 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORiDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 8113 V.ion S i 'IIARI.ES \'i il.l'l' I'In I ill Iff, M th. \l nmI Hi n~ Masonii H. was .i in.ml., i l. El .I. d B th. I....I-. and Ihi Ml %  Indi • nd • %  Auto Id all iVaai ~ •' v in his wlfi Irene ., son .. a larhtei. Mra lam • 11 '"• %  hroth. rs II .,-i,., and two lilldr, n Servh-ea .i. i. .lul\ "t in Riverside Mi lllol I .1 I 'h..;.. I \... ii II, a. |-| n M: II VIH.PE Id i. nd int SUIT FOR DIVORCE unusual achievements fes appearing asoloisl in Gershwin's "'Rhapsody m Blue" with the late Arliiio TosTi IRENE K Vfii.PE canini conducting. ;:;' '"•'•: •• %  -.'• iKuiidinK harlotte, Sot :1, Carolina __ You, IRENE i: VOI.PK LEGAL NOTICE fled that IMvorce has been filed HI NOT.CE OF DISSOLUTION | and you are re<|Uired to rer\ NOTICE UNDER FICTITiOUS NAME LAW NOTICE ..HEU I ^ VVICH MO %  \ Ith St reel Hla.uil %  id |v, I IS I'll I:i |,MAN x '•' 'NoVlTZ SILVER .v SCHER \ttoi-n. \.foi i Miami 32, Hoi Ida NOTICE JNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HI UI M HIVEN that lb. un.l. -i t ,„ ln ii ism. -.ui,a. i titioui name of ...II. nereii> MIAMI AISEXCY I N S l" R A N C E fall ..f • '.IM|.:.I.III f„r ui:,,i p ,,r :J: Seybold Hulldlnic, Min filed aaainat .,.., ami, Klorida Intend ti-u:--. a name u Ith Ihi i ". k ol Ih. C| ill Coun of Hade County. Florida. Jl Hl.v si III l:i iWITZ Sole 11 .II. i AINSI.EE R I KRD1E kttorm for John Si hurow ,•/ I7S2 West Plaali si.-.. i Miami :;'.. Elorlda 1-10-17-24 ABRAHAM KLINGHOFFER "I 321 K .'.>lh sl tt hen i Ii Iphia and ,.a f...,d -'" %  I|H r\ IHI • Sui It Ing in M'• I larb .. son, Hi rbi n S a _"'-'"• r Mlaa Ijorraim v %  Kl. Inherg, and '",• broSel tics Wen lui. :. ,n .:,.. I • ..I ll..in.. MRS. SADIE SALPETER 64, % %  < :m: En,-lid BV i died July 26 JJhe ..mi. ii. :•. |3 yearn ago lr il,.l, ,i," ,,..,1 • s y,lii sh. uas a member ol Ihi ii ...! ,L.' • %  :' M '"' i :i 1 -" Hr and laraell Hadaasab. Hurvlvlnj la her husband I'hlllp, SIIAI,.,r. in Krooklyn with Riverside Memorial Cbapcla in i ha't. Iv CHARLES ELSON • y "' '-' :| i Pennsylvania ave., died Julj _'i ll, ..mi., h.-i. i %  years aao LOUIS WINTER from Sea N..rk .in.i ... ,i drvsa con%  Mk-hlRan avi riled lult "' Survlvliuj ait hla wife, Mill, i 2 ., ,,.. .' ;, aniii. two -,.ns \:-n..|.i and [>i ; Vork and was .,.1 V ,w '" "•* %  > Alexander; J -;•'. Mta V,,,,.. II.,1,1.., .,,,,1 ..,,. MiROHI IlleM Services l' ""'' 'i' 1 1 \. S "'"" "' '" h -'• ; Itivi raldi Memorial Chapel, Allot a ii. i associated In the cany Inn on of said l.ll.-lll. --. ,ii,| n ,,„ ; s Cairns will hereafter carrj on said business and hi ientitled to .ill of the assets, Including nil debts due to the uartm rship, and he hi reb> demands .aid requests ..II creditors %  •( Ihi CHARTS CAMERA CENTER to submit to him, ni ihe shown address, ,m demand, claim, ll. n. debi ,.i lndi I.I. an.-, outstanding ami not .. I paid as ..f ihe date ol the publication ..( this notlci I 10 i\l AS •; s CAIRNS cit VK! IL 'l.l.i >\\ A V S 3 62 i .. s. ii -ni, Mi mortal JOHN EDWARD CLEMENS I'adi ..I a,..| I,I. _., ,,,. ind and > | „„.. H. ... ... Wl I,, •• <-rai • .-. .,. ... ,. i ,i HERMAN GENAUER ~ u I '2nd i .ini. i %  %  '" ',..111 fain. 1 "•'• retired i Igar ,~',' %  \,A. Vork '"• at .i raiiKen ents l.\ ii,,i [ lllll. I .,i ||.. PHILIP M. HORODNER il l S\V "2nd ,n. died Julj I Ii • Bine li.a 1". ...,: .,t.. !', ,,,i New Yoi k .. ml v ... -m.,,, Sur\ h ins .o. hla Ifi Ulllan; his pa Mr ui \l Philip ll..i, in. i a son RU-hanl n da ishter, S\ id, lalne. and iv,, brothers I lie I ml Inn i-s Wi-re J nl. .'. a. II i Hi ni. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 56605.A is RE INI.,I. of HELEN \\ STREAM |.. ..,-.,i NOT.CE TO CREDITORS .".. All '••. litoi .in.i \|| Persons II. ,. i '• mauds \aaln -• %  %  ll) IIOl III. ,1 ..nd I. %  lulled '" present an> i-lalms ami a, in ,n,iit hi, h -II in,, havi matusl HELEN w STREAM of Hade Countv. 1in Hi. Kill ,.t Complaint This notlci shall lpublished once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH Kl.oitl|>1 \N I INE x.sn ORHEREH al Miami h'lorida. iln3nth day % %  ( Julj \ 11 ]'. % % % %  : K B LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Hade Counn hlorida '-all U> HELEN KKSSI.ER. Deputy Clerk VICTi R I.EVINE -I J lllili aliam Building Miami 32. Iloi dfl Attorney for Plaintiff 10-17-24 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR DA. iN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 8199 IOA.N REBARRER, Plaintiff, IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 56,199.c LEGAL NOTICE Br_ th. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR.DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 02C 8112 J< IHN %  '< ill A.Si'AS. Plaintiff. I UANNK II i %  HI AN i \s a k a I'lASNi: II III HUN la k a I'l \ssi: H i KEI BRIi K I ,, fendanl SUIT FOR DIVORCE rn I a ANN i: II COHAN PA 8 a k a IHANNE II 1'a.HIN a k a DIANNE II KREUBHJCK Vou an hen i^ notified thai a lllll of Complaint for Dlvorri has been r,l..I agalnsl you, and you are required to serve n copj ol yout \n Bwei ,i PUutding to tinHill .a %  plaint ,,n ih.. plalntlfr's Attorney, Ji-.s-ll REI'Hl'N, 1370 Washington \ven i. Suite 211. Miami Beach, hlorida, and file Ihe original Answer ,| I \ HONK \N|i ORHEREI) at Mian,. Ilorida, ihi^ I'-ili .la. of i ni v \ i %  SI K 11 ii: VTHERM \s i. %  i, | hil l Ol n .ii' • >i-i,, I %  i (seal) %  K>NALr TACTENHAX alih. MRS. ANNA LIPTON :• s \\ 19th -• died Jill) 22 ,"" "en 20 years ..n.. from pa nd Surviving an I %  r husband. a broth. I. Sun..n | ;l,„„,.„. |„ |. '," •• Mi 'Issie Polllck Mrs i lliie II,.... h Harvjepg u ... %  in Riverside Memorial i 'hai.el, lllll) Isb MRS ESTHER PISET2NER SW Ifith ave died Jill) 22 '•'.''" ben nil!, year* ago from ,' k < it) sinu., ., membei I Hianada ,li i-li i', i I, < % %  n..iv her husband, Mi. i ., %  Mra Llhb) HYIedman threi ; la, i. iv.,, brothers, night wcnjldren and one great-grandSenlcea ... re In Ni Voi k pL*'iih local arrangements I,, tlor||. .1 Home I MRS MILDRES FUTERFAS HI" s\v |o3rd ,i died Jul) 22 ".'"'' ii 11,,in Nl surviving ari ., son, Irwln; I" • "' i Mrs Rita Abbott and %  mi in grand %  : Servli i Wen I lit] '.. .. ii li n i-nii.-'al Home In i hargi *RS. MOLLIE ALEXANDER s i. 124th i, r dli a Jul) 24 • here I irs ago frmn H .11ol Ida to the Count) Juda and nl. tinsail offices 111, %  '. mi ',. inlli, ,,|, i • %  Count) I'l., Ida, ii,,,, -,\ ir months from th. riati flrsi ul a hi.-.,i. ,,, the \\ ill In ha rrcd MINE A STRE v\l J It Vdmlnlsti II tor UN'SI.EK I; EERUIE Al'. 1 :. i s t Mlam I II Ida s 3-11 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 56536-A IN Kl: Estati of HENRIETTA HILSENRATH, IN RE Estate of HARRV A SCHWARTZ, I I..-,.!-. d NOTICE TO CREDITORS i',. All Creditors and All Persons HavIna Claims .., Demands Agajnst Said Estate: You are hereb) notified and required to present an) claims and demanda which you nay have against Hi. estate ,,f HARRY A SCHWARTZ, d ream d Is %  ol I ..id, County, Ploi Ida, to ihi "ade County, nnd fit. Dn same In duplicate ami .,.pro) id. ,1 in s. ction 7SJ 16, l'1,i ida Statutes, in their offices In it'' '..in.i> Com i ho ISI In l tad. t 'ounl.v. I loi Ida, will %  ilendar m,,nibs [rom Ihe time ol the fii-t publication hereol u ill he ban • a Hated .it Mi.., pioi Ida this ;,ih da s or J in, \ l' .1 KRl i.ME K .-.'II W VRTZ As i :\, %  Elrsl publii ill.,ii or this notii %  on i RH 'HARD K I'INK %  n.i i:\.. 1 13-20-27 B .1 \l;rilli: r REHARBER, I .. :, i NOTICE BY PUBLICATION II ARTHI l: I' REKAKHEK -"-:': • Boulevard %  ',! Roi ......,,. i.,.ii t Island Sew Vork Vol ARE HEREBY s. rTIKIEI • thai l'...I, i Comp has In. n i hell fib a ,,.:n in-i you, and )ou quired t.. aei i p) of ( mi \ IWI I", nd in: then to ..n \ S N \ BRENNER MEYERS, Vttorne. for %  I it h Road, Ml Klorida, and fill Iln • : lainal thi • • m noofri. • %  or thi %  %  u • th. "In all '..int. ..n ,.i before tin ir .. ,.n rail to do -,. Judgment, b) .1. la alt will oi'i'iirv ini',., n u„ „, %  %  „ >NE AM ilttiEREH al Miami Hade Count), hlorida this loth a... ,,f Jill) i: H LEATHERM \s clei k, %  'ii, nil '..in i. I lade i ,. inly, I loi Ida seall B) E ll i.ANW \) I >.|.in Clei I. v 3-10-17-21 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 7653 THE u ll.1.1 v\tsi:ii:i;ii SAVlNtiS BANK Plaintiff. T NOTICE TO CREDITORS All Creditors an.l All IN rsona II... inu Claims m Heinanda Against Said I-: late You are hereb) notiried and required In pi esi nl an) i lalms ami demands which you ma) havi against Ih. • tab ..f Henrietta Mil.-, nrath deceased lati ol Dad. County, ElorIda, to the i ',,iint.. Judgi..a I ,.,.i. tint). and rile thi same in dupll IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 54783 B IN RE Estate of I lEBY S \IM>. Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereb) given that I have -a"i'' in "iiilul.."ll, l\ is h> r,.|,\ ui\,.|i idat I lia\e •''' ,""' %  %  ~ vlded in Section r ed mj I nal Report and fetil %  i .-,, Sl ,,ui... ,,. •k,.l> tat ,\. ., the San. nal Council li Women \ll..rt Blnsteln IOSH REPIIl'N lj and \ i', i. ,,i Inn -il Snr. i\ il i larr) two daughti .. Hn ui.,.-...„„ MrDeborah Hi It%  %  %  I. : k Suite .v .,.. Mlam i:.... Attorn %  Ili i id i Statutes, in their ,,tf,, tin %  '.,11111) i ',,III thousi in I 'ad, -..iii, 1 v I I..i Ida, \.. r liiii -i. :,]. ,,,,,, nths fmni tin inn, or the first %  f, "i Ihe >; • .. ill ... ha I %  Hat. d at S Florid \ Ml \MI IIEAi 11 KIRS I' s \ ri HANK I:. .. \K.voculm 1 • il.-, on JOHN II i R as :BY mtii -,,, the nisti-lbutlon and IInal I 'is. hai %  i thi • state ol I SAI>H di • eased ., %  .1 i hal on thi daj ,.t August, !',,.:. ,. 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"Oeivish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
jme 15 Number 31
Miami, Florida. Friday, August 3, 1962
Two Sections Price 23/
tate Dep't. Says U.S. Aid to Nasser Used Mainly for Food
JTA By Direct Teletype
fASHJNGTON Assistant Sec- (
i[\ of State Fredrick G. Dutton
[sda> ti Id Sen. Kenneth B. Kcat- '
New York Republican, that !
to the United Arab Republic
fiscal yew 1962 was about $5.50!
capita and to Israel about $34 j
capita" in a letter justifying i
Ircascd American assistance to |
UAR. despite that country's j
purchase oi Soviet military jets.
Sen. Keating had raised a ques-
tion about the propriety of Amer-
ican assistance in view of Egypt-
ian purchases of Soviet jet bomb
era, fighter planes, and o.her mod-
ern munitions.
Mr. Dutton said "the depart-
ment's studies show there is no
significant correlation between
United States aid ard UAR arms
purchases." He said "the UAR's
international payments problems
are found in its lack of sufficient
free world currencies."
In contrast, the UAR has substan-
tial development and current pay-
ments resources with the Soviet
b'oc. mainly because the bloc pro-
vides the market for large quan-
tities of the UAR's principal com-
modity, cotton, which cannot be
sold in the free world at reason-
able pii.es.
He explained that the U.S. aid
program, induing stabilization
! ans, was designed to meet Pres-
ident Nasser's "temporary critical
shortage of convertible curren-
cies. Three quarters of American
lid, S221.3 millions in commodity
shipments, represented only sur-
plus food, said Mr. Dutton.
lie justified the Egyptian-Soviet
arms trade by saying that ther-;
was no market in the West tor
Egyptian cotton "at reasonable
prices." and that "were the U.S.
now to cease aid. the UAR's ability
to purchase arms would not *>;
substantially affected."
Sen. Keating said he was "glad
to have the reassurances," al-
though he was not in Kill accord
Continued on Page 16A
fe/7 Zvi Off on Official
\Tour of Africa Lands;
tops Over in France
He Battles
Salary Rise
JERUSALEM (JTA)
The President of Israel ap-
peared to be fighting a losing
battli against plans of the
Parliamentary Finance Com-
mute! to triple his salary
from its present I 4.500
t$l,50 His official chauf-
feur -'- the same salary.
Mem ers of the Finance
Committee agreed that the
i- salary of President Ben-
-: i e raised to a level
i I mii'ate with the status
it hi- (Mice, despite the Pres
- -trong objections,
Thi ) noted that the Piesi
cut allowances of [15.000
$5,000] are turned over by
linn entirely to charities
JERUSALEM (JTA) Presi-
dent Yitzhak Ben-Zvi emplaned
Sunday at Lydda Airport on a series
of state visits to four African coun-
tries His tour will last 17 days.
Prime Minister David Ben Gur
ion, members of the Knesset and
representatives of the diplomatic
corps in Israel were on hand to
wish the President farewell. A
salute of guns was fired, and the
President reviewed a guard of hon-
or lined upon the airfield tarmac.
Before entering the plane that
was to take him first to Paris,
the President declared that he
would convey the sympathy and
friendship of the Israeli people to
the countries where "the tidings
rf liberty to all mankind, first
proclaimed by our people thou-
sands of years ago, are now be-
coming a reality." President
Ber.-Zvi will visit the two Repub-
lics of the Congo, the Central
African Republic and Liberia. In
Continued on Page 3-A
SIN. KENNETH KEATING
. correspondent
Report to U.S.
On S. America
Anti-Semitism
WASHINGTON (JTA) The anti-Semitic Tauara organization in
Argentina is singled out as responsible for the anti-Jewish terrorist
icts there, in a report received by the State Department from the
Jnited States Embassy in Buenos Aires, it was learned here Tuesday
-*
Senate Opens Hearing to Eye
High Court Ruling on Prayer
WASHINGTON (JTA) The Senate Judiciarj Committee heard
testimofl) from Senators this week thai the Supreme Court's decision
banning prayers In the public schools has aroused wide concern in
America that all official recognition of a divine being will be outlawed
\ number of Senators u r g e d a
Violence Continues as Rally
Urges Anti-Fascist Moves
vjch ro at untNunto paci i a
NUMMNM CONFERENCE PACi SA
MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay(JTA)New anti-Semitic violence flared
ihi.s week in both Argentina and Uruguay despite oiiicial assurances
in both countries that measures were being taken to curb the outrages.
The worst of the excesses centered on Montevideo where no less
than nine incidents, including the beating to death of an elderly Jew-
ish survivor of Hitler's Polish mur-
Ider camps, occurred in a two-week
period.
The Uruguayan Minister of
the Interior, Nicolas Arrosa,
called in the Montevideo police
chic' ard demanded a report on
what was being done to check
the outrages. The Minister in
turn was slated for questioning
in Parliament en the anti-Jewish
terrorism. An anti-Fascist con-
Base.1 on this report. Teodoro
Moscoso, U.S. coordinator for the
Alliance for Progress. Sunday in
termed Representative Seymour
halpern. New York Republican,
that the Argentine Government
told the US. Embassy in Buenos
Aires that "strong measures" wouli
be taken to curb anti-Semitic ter-
rorism." The U.S. Embassy has
also been advised that "the Argen-
tine people seem horrified by the
incidents." Mr. Moscoso said.
The U.S. Embassy said in its
report to the State Department
that "it would appear that the
Argentine authorities are aware
of the incidents and have decided
to take strong measures to cope
with the perpetrators." The em-
bassy described assurances by the
President in Ar.-jentina in which
the executive power repudiated
anti-Semitism. "This feeling,"
the embassy report said, "is shar-
ed by the Minister of the Interior
who is responsible for all the
police forces in Argentina."
With regard
ganization, Mr.
to the Tauara
Moscoso said that
Constitutions
the ruling
amendment to nullily
PRESIDENT BEN ZVI
. losing argument
Sen. Olin Jahnsto-i, South Caro-
lina Democrat, presided and an-
rouncei that a great number of
organiiations and individuals
have as' issue. Among the groups seek-
irg to testify are extremist organ-
izations, such as Gerald L. K.
Smi'h's so-called "Christian Na-
tionalist crusade" and other right-
ist extremists who want to use
the hearings as a propaganda
fcrum agairst Jews who backed
the Supreme Court. Jewish
groups may also testify.
The first witness, Sen John Sten-,
ni.-. Mississippi Democrat, char
that the court went far beyond the
h tenl of the First Amendment
guar nt) ol religious freedom He
Continued on Page 2-A
Continued on Page lO-A
Continued on Pane 7-A
[German Jurists Smoke Out Evidence
FRANKFURT (JTA' The
lesse administrative court rule I
llii- week that a person who con-
paled from the authorities the
|Wt that he participated in mass
during the Second World War was
instrumental in carrying out mass
exterminations of the Jewish pop-
ulation. The decision has been
^terminations during the Nazi re- communicated to officials in other
{inie could be deprived ol his West German states.
Whts as a civil servant. ^ ^ r#Ufed devel()pment. a
The ruling was handed down in book accusing Hainx Reinefarth,
Pie case of a policeman who, as a Mayor of Wastarland and a mem-
Jestapo official in Lublin. Poland, bar of the Schleswig-HoUtein
State Parliament, of wartime
crimes in Warsaw and other parts
of Poland, was published by the
Frankfurt Verleg fuer Wehrwes-
n. The author is Dr. Hans von
Krannhals, an authority on Gar-
man atrocities in the Eastern
countries.
Reinefarth is now running for!
Continued on Page 5-A
GURI0N VIEWS EGYPTIAN DESIGN
Warns of Death Struggle
JERUSALEM (JTA) Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion
Sunday warned that Israel would face a "death struggle" if war
with Egypt occurred He spoke at a meeting ol professional
workers He said
"If we ran into a war with Egypt and won, then Egypt would
-till remain. But, n we suffered a defeat, it would mean our
utter destruction t< r they are ready to do to 2.000.000 in Israel
what Hitler did to 6.000.000 in Europe "
Stressing the need for Israel to maintain a deterrent against
Aral) aggression, he said Above all. we must keep our intellec-
tual, moral and spiritual superiority without which we will be
defeated." He stressed the urgency ol the need to raise the
level of the youth of new immigrants, and repeated his pledge
of free secondary education in five to seven years, and free uni-
versity education in 15 years
Discussing immigration to Israel, he divided a majority of
non-Israeli Jews into "the Russian Jews who cannot come here, I
and the American Jews who don't want to come."
4

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Tcae G-B
P^ge 2-A
#Jmlsii fhrkttat
Friday, August 3 .-^ I =
The 11 Goldstein children, ranging in age 3 croup oi 53 refugees, the rest of whom are
horn 18 months to 18 years, are shown as oeing resettled with the aid oi Jewish family
they arrived with their parents at Internationa! agencies in Philadelphia, Cleveland, Chicago,
Airport through United Hias Service ass:?:- lemohis Providence, Detroit, Kansas_ City,
ance. This family of Jewish refugees from
Egypt is being resettled through the New York
Assn. for New Americans. They were arr.a:-.;
las' Brunswick. N.J.. Richmond, Va and Day-
ton Dhio.
Senate Studies
Court Decision
Continued from Paje 1 A
said the court's "extreme posi-
tion" against religion was "a fore-
runner of things to come." Sena
\ Willis Robertson, Virginia
Democrat, J Glenn Beall. Mao
[an Democrat, and J Strom rhur
rnond. South Carolina Demo ral
ail voiced concern thai American
tradition and religious faith were
being undermined
Sen Kenneth Keating, New "i oi
!;, i ublican and a member ol the
Committee, said he was disturbed
I v portents oi "the bitter and high
!v i motional character of man> oi
the letters I have received on l""li
sides ol the issue He said the
court's action "has been far more
divisive than the practice it struck
down Sen Keating said Ihi re
seemed an almost universal feel
ing thai il the decision represented
[he emerging law, .i Constitutional
amendment >! some kind i- requir
ed
for the best In..
*. pest
*i
'control
service

Argentine to Intensify Bias Vigil
BUENOS AIRES UTA1 The
anti-Jewish terrorist activities in
Argentina were discussed .. i
meeting of members of the Cabinet
here last weekend, it was learned
here. It was agreed by all present
that the Argentine police must in-
tensify :is efforts to prevent vio-!
lence against Jews. It was also
decide- to appeal to journalists to
abstain from reporting the events
in a sensational manner
T\i i mem
:he Latin
in \ il the World
Jewish Congress, Dr Moises Gold-
man and Mark Turkow are now
visiting Monte i Uruguay, to
establish the exaci facts on the
anti-Jewish incidents there, and to
hear reports from local Jewish
leaders.
There i ro doubt thai public
opinion if. Uruguay is stror.jly
condemning the anti-Jewish vio-
Dade Heights Maps Registration
Registration for Dace Heights
Jewish Congregation religious
school will begin on Sunday. Atlg
19.
The program, for students from
6 to 18 years of age. will include a
Sunday school and a three-day-
ptr-week Hebrew school. There
will also be classes leading to con-
firmation and a class in Hebrew
and religious education for high
school students
Subjects will include Jewish re
ligion. Hebrew. J e w 13 h history
' 3ible. prayers, and arts and crafts
leaching staff will be licensed in-
structors.
Extra-curricular projects will in-
clude jurv. >- congregation, choral
and dramatic groups, ant an ath-
'otic club.
BB Cifes local Star
Johnny Bachemtn. currently ap-
pearing a- Murray Franklin's Nighl
Club on Miami Beach, has beei
named "Performer of the Year" b>
the Dallas chapter >f B'nai B'rith
lence. Reports received here
from Montevideo claim that the
beating to death o- a Jew, Sam-
uel Zaliberg. in Montevideo, last
week was linked to robbery, and
had no connection with anti-
Semitism.
The same reports assert that, ol
Ihe eight men and girls who had
been kidnaped and branded with
swasiikas in Montevideo, onlj one
Dr. Maximo Handelis Jewish.
The reports add. however, that
among the non-Jewish persons at-'
tacked are several who are em-
ployed by Jews either in -tores OT
as domestic servants. Jews and
mom Jews are also receiving a large
number of threatening anti-Semitic
letters carrying no signatures, the
leport says.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
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1962
* Iff* i*t fhriciinr
Page 3-A
Israel Expects
Population Rise
To 3 Million
JTABy Direct Teletype
JERUSALEM Resettlement of
new immigratUs is being imple-
m en ted under a plan geared to an
tnticipated population in the next
ten years of 3.OOO.OOOO Jews and
I 000 Arabs. Minister of the In-
-, rmr Moche Shapiro told l'arlia
; ni on Tuesdaj
In presenting the budget for his
1. inistry, Shapiro sal i that the plan
I ovides f i a of more than 900.000 popula-
tion, 400,000 for Haifa, and 250.000
lor Jerusalem. Israel now has a
lion of approximately 2.000.-
II u Jews and 2i......0 Arabs
The minister said that Eilat,
.srael's southernmost port city,
Mai expected to reach a popula-
tion cf 38.000, and Beersheba arid
ts environs some 125,000.
i announced that Ihe Is-
-. hi d de< idcd to can-
ihi di liar-linking provision on
.in- of local councils
. affected by the de-
of tin Israel pound la-t
increase in their
aboul >2l.ooo.ooo) of
by i third moi i
leviate that bur-
vi: would i' applied for
. which there is no
nvi -::ntn-. such as
Ben Zvi Off on Official
Tour of African Nations

During a recent visit to Jamaica, B.W.I., Dr. Maurice ]. Perl-
zweig, oi New York, director of the International Affairs De-
partment of the World Jewish Congress, confers with the
Rt. Rev. John J. McEleny. S.J., Catholic Bishop, who will at-
tend the forthcoming Vatican Ecumenical Council, and who
told Dr. Perlzweig that he fully understood the hopes of Jew-
ish communities in the part which his Church cculd play in
the struggle against racial prejudice and intolerance.
Dag, Even in Death, Kept
His Promise to a Correspondent
By SAUL CARSON
UNITED NATIONS(JTA)A "legacy" left by the '.ate United
Nations Secret a: eral Das Hammarskjold. in the form of a lapel
button bearing thi ..... IN emblem, is being worn now by this Jew-
ish Ti '.. >> correspondent here He received the momento
tly ei| ------------------------------------
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each country he will be the guest
of its president.
The President made a brief stop-
over in Paris on Sunday alternoon
on his way to an official state visit
to Congo (Brazzaville).
Though thi visit to France was
not considered oftieial. being only
a brief halt lor changing planes,
be was accorded all the customary
courtesies on his arrival. An es-
cort ol police motorcyclists accom
panied the Presidential party to
;h! stop
From the hotel, the President
rov< to the Mi morial to the Un-
known Jewish Martyr and then
.:. (I the old quarti rs ol
In the evening, tiie President
boarded a plane bound for Brazza
ville. The Presidential party in-
cluded Fhu. Avriel, assistant di-
rect" r-gei '-< Fon ign Min-
istry, other Foreign Ministry of-
. ficials and the President s personal
physician,
During his visit to the Memorial,
which was erected on land grant-
ed by the Paris municipality to
commemorate the 6,000,000 Jews
killed by the Nazis, the President
participated in a service at which
Kaddish was recited.
DOG RACING
EVERY NiGHT
EXCEPT
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when Mr Hammarskjold tra-
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nity
Mr. Hammarskiold laughed
and turned to his bodyguard,
William Ramallo, said "Remind
me to do so." The bodyguard
died with his chief in the plane
crash in Northern Rhodesia. Hav-
ing mourned the death of the
Secretary-General and his body-
guard, the correspondent had all
but forgotten the promised but-
ton until he received a telephone
call recently from a UN secur-
ity man, a rriend or Ramallo,
"This is 5< curii said. "I've
1 ever] time I looked for
past two weeks I ha\ t
I for j ,. Thi some-
1 .-. small en-
II stained th< ..,; 11 but-
The fact the 1 had'
ti.! r ipient's ..n 1
Those hen ho l< f the
inc idi ; ited that Ham-
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lei had 111 ntuailj .-down
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Herzl Anniversary Marked
JERUSALEM (JTA) Mori
than ;.(j(>o persons participated here
in ceremonies marking the 58th an-
niversary of the death of Dr. Then
dor Herzl. founder of political Zion-
ism. The observances opened at
|l .'.: : Ml Herzl when a
children'- choil chanted melodic.-.
laid bunches ol crimson flowers on
rlerzl'< 1 presenti r<
: Herzl s uritings.
NO MINOR*
I-ouis J. Glickman. New York business leader and philanthro-
pist, receives a scroll of honor "for his services to the ad-
vancement of science" from Abraham Feinberg, president of
'ne American Committee for the Weizmann Institute of Sci-
ence, at Gracie Mansion reception sponsored by the Weiz-
r;.ann Institute. Left to right are Feinberg, Mrs. Glickman.
Mrs. Robert F. Wagner, wife of the Mayor of New York, and
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UNITED ARAB REPUBLIC?
With Gamal Abdel Nasser flexing
his muscles more and more these days.
the increasing custom of news reports is
to refer to Egypt as the United Arab Re-
public. The question is: "United with
whom?" Even in its heyday, the Egypt-
Syria Union, from which the UAR took
its name, was an uneasy one, in which
Nasser dreamed great dreams of be-
coming the absolute ruler over a vast
Pan-Arab empire in the Middle East, and
in which Syria aspired toward nothing
else than to dissolve the partnership. That
partnership has since been dissolved. No
nation seems willing to take Syria's
place, and except for their total hatred of
Israel, the Arab leaders appear to be as
distrustful of one another as ever before.
The United Arab Republic is a fiction
with the nominal purpose of that earlier
fiction called the Arab League.
.

State Dep't. Explanations
If it does nothing else, the Keating-Halpern
Amendment to the U.S. Foreign Aid program
certainly keeps the State Department on its
toes. An example is this week's explanation
to Sen. Keating who expressed to the depart-
ment his concern for the rapid Nasser arms
buildup with Soviet war materiel.
The method is a simple one: We supply
Egypt's dictator with foreign aid funds, which
he pours into his national budget for domes-
tic needs; whereupon, Nasser promptly picks
up the phone, calls Moscow, and puts in an
order for more jet fighters, bombers, and sub-
marines with the liberated credits he would
otherwise have had to spend at home.
Not so, the State Department told Sen.
Keating in a letter Tuesday. U.S. aid funds
sent to Egypt are mainly used for such things
os food.
Certainly, State Department officials are
not dense enough to assume that the Amer-
ican public will fail to see through this kind
cf explanation. What is the purchase of food
ii not in the category of domestic needs? In
cny case, Sen. Keating responded well enough
when he expressed his gratitude for the State
Department "clarification," which he also
promptly implied was an absurdity on its face.
Meanwhile. Nasser's arms buildup con-
tinues for the express purpose he outlined in
his Cairo address before a massed revolution
celebration some two weeks ago: to destroy
Israel. Amendments to the U.S. Foreign Aid
program or not, his intentions seems to be go-
ing according to plan.
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constitute a significant cross-section of the Jew-
ish community. The issue is not Dr. Goldmann,
personally, or the World Jewish Congress.
The issue, as we see it, is: Should lews be
represented at the Ecumenical Council? Cer-
tainly, there are other Jewish leaders, in re-
ligious and lay affairs, from whom we ought
to hear before seething, ill-conceived opinions
become statements of national or even inter-
national Jewish policy ofiered up by individ-
uals who too often see themselves as the
issues and the issues as vehicles for their own
personalities.
Representation the Issue
The question of whether or not Jewish or-
ganizations should participate, even if pas-
sively, in the upcoming Ecumenical Council is
certainly a knotty one.
Thus far, there has been more heat than
illumination raised by the problem, with the
World Jewish Congress at the center of the
debate. As of the week's beginning, Dr. Nahum
Goldmann, president, was quoted in The New
York Times as declaring that the WJC would
not send a representative to the Council.
But, by late Tuesday, Dr. Goldmann denied
the denial, saying quite seriously there was
nothing to deny that the World Jewish Con-
gress couldn't send anyone to attend even ii
it wanted to.
This is a sad turn of affairs. Representa-
tion at the Ecumenical Council is a question
thert exceeds in significance the importance cf
Dr. Goidmann or anything he may have tc
on the matter. To begin with, there are
Other Jewish organizations whose members
The Southern Town Jew
The recent survey of the Jew in the small
Southern town shows many hopeful things.
Principally, it shows the Jew as an integral
part of the community in which he lives.
This is a peaceful picture. It should give
sociologists whose special concern is Jewish
affairs many a calm night of rest. That is. it
should, provided no one probes too deeply.
In the first instance, it avoids the Negro
question in an otherwise "simple" presentation
of a minority view. That Negroes have been
a principcl source of Southern prejudice goes
a long way toward helping us understand the
bucolic ease with which the Jew is accepted in
the small Southern community.
But more important, a significant part of
the survey devotes itself to a consideration
which tends to cancel the larger meaning of
the presumable Jewish integration it suggests.
As the report indicates, Jews still value Jewish
relationships above all other things, particu-
larly where marriageable children are in-
volved, and do not hesitate to seek such rela-
tionships in other cities, far away from home.
The Jew may find the living easy in the
small Southern community, but it is an ease
fraught with many burdens and. especially of
the variety requiring an unusual kind of per-
sonality capable of bearing them.
Value in Being Prepared
of ?n,?V,a,emen,S bm ,he 9ovemen.s
o South America notwithstandina. the pliqht
cf the Jewish communities there seems to be
worsening daily. A hemisphere-w.de confer
ence on Aug. 18 will discuss this problem
ana r.one too soon. Meanwhile, the J.
Agency is takina no chances. "
-W%o odus
as like Arge,
Friday, August 3, 1962
tEVERAL FRIENDS just
back from Israel, and
others still there, report to me
that many Israelis are openly
gloating over the turn of events
in South America. In a letter
last week. I am told that one
high official could hardly con-
tain his satisfaction as he
cussed tht significance of the
reports from Argentina
Uruguay Apparently, i
I raelis see the anti-Jewish violence there as a justification for the
position the} hav< long espoused: that Jews u-r. I've neither a
nor valid existence outside of Israel. They have now gone a step
further ihcv are warning Jews in the United States to take the
s infestations of anti-Semitism as an ill-omen to
-.., to Israel while thej ci i
I do not know how widespread the gloat i mi to be. 1 u
suspect that thi intelligent Israeli finds nothing in the Argentinian
violenci ab< it which hi can be genuinely happy; nor am I inclined
elieve thai what is happening in Uruguaj ti.day will urn., a
burst df merriment to the streets of Tel Avi\ t< morrow. Wherever
they are. .lews know the meaning of anti-Semitism at first I
even if in varying degrees ol intensity; and. whoever they are. J -
respond to the danger in such a way as Ic givt substance to the
Jungian theory of a collected unconscious,
Nevertheless, in matters of partisan ideology, Israelis need give
ground to no one so far as fervor is concerned. The recent Yos i
Schumacher case substantiates this readily; so d< the Soblen debates,
whieh apparently still rage in the Israel Parliament. Thus. whil. t
is undoubtedly true that most Jews in Israel ;,:t as horrified by the
anti-Semitism in Argentina and Uruguay us J< *n anywhere els. l
do not find it impossible to believe that macj of them an
thinking; "1 told you so."
ASSURANCE Of ISRAEL'S INCLUSION
UT SUCH THOUGHTS are patentl) self-de c< ving. In the I
instance. 1 am on it those who still believe that the balanc.
historic Jewish destiny has yet to shift from tin diaspora to Israi
Sacrilegious though it ma) seem, Israel i> -till nowhere near tx
the head of the lion we looselj call world Jewry, A nation sht is,
yes, and a Jewish nation, yes Nevertheless, tin total Jewish future,
the future due for chronicling in the histories ol humankind, is un-
questionably bung forged in the smithies outside of Israel todaj
What Israel has thus far contributed to tht future, among other
things, is the assurance of the inclusion of an Israel in reckoning thi
Jewish tomorrow. It is this above all that di>tinguishes our future
from our past and a priceless distinction it is. But let no man
assume that the force of Jewry's destinythe tested Jewish political,
economic, and cultural prowess automatically shifted to Jerusa-
lem with the establishment of Israel's independence.
Jerusalem has been an undeniable and central symbol in the
mass assurance of a Jewish continuum through the ages. Jerusalem
gave world Jewry a spiritual staff upon which tc lean in the moment>
of her most terrifying trials. Jerusalem, actualized today, remain!
a symbol no less. But the balance of power has far from shift, d,
and those Israelis who would deny us Jerusalem's continuing sym-
bolic significance, as a shorthand means of facilitating what they
believe is an inevitable and necessary change-over, also deny their
own security. For they are thus denying the stiunty of the nation
whose primacy they now profess.
-: : :
T CONFUSION Of OPPOSITE
THIS WAS MY second instance, whieh of course depends upon tht
first: The power inherent in diaspora Jewry today is such that
Israel could not horse If survive without the guaranteed survival, and
indeed viability, of diaspora Jewry for some time to come. I do not
here mean the almost naive-sounding arguments which many Amer-
ican Jews pose so frequently: 'What would happen to Israel if .
stop sending philanthropic funds there?" although philanthropic
funds are far from naive in reckoning the immediate needs of lara I
I mean instead that it is an entire gamut of Jewish experience
which predisposes the conscience of the world tt. a successful Israel
I am one of those who have eternally seen ;, sptcial role for Jews
as a prime mystic force in the shaping of th. human spirit on. .
when it was a passive one. Extended to our own time the roll
undoubtedly involves Israel The events leading up to Palestine
partition and the establishment of Israel's independence are replet.
with the statements of sympathetic nations, which suggested the
need to support th. concept of a national Jewish homeland if
to expiate the Christian sin of spiritual non-involvement in Ih.
Nazi bestiality.
Israelis who fail to see any or all these aspects of the purposes
of diaspora Jewry arc more than heatedly partisan more thi n
chauvinist,,-. I,|e,d. they po.se a threat to the highest purpnx ol
Israel today national survival Let no one confuse these opposite-
While the catastrophic demise of Israel would i, a traumatic sh>
or," "T".'""1' w B Variet5 "f **, "'" diP wouW nevertheless
XV nv' ,''r> lrVed ,hls '" ,ht' ''>< al "e1 wice before. Tin
alternative, however, has no precedent and less h. I.
NEARNESS INCREASES OUR UNDERSTANDING
t^jONE OF WHICH should make us. particularly as American Jews
any less uncomfortable about the anti-Semitic violence imm<
the south ol us We may feel the impact of anti-Jewish
I'" in "**"> "ay Europe with the painful kind of em
KlySfeSd glan C"eC,ed *" > "lch '"
disJs!mn7^"Trr immediaU' ,han ,he f*Hn* one experiences hi a
Son of l.w T VT f ,h<' toquMtion, the Crusades, the
aSt thi ,h "' En?,,and' ,ht' d,-seas"d CiarW camp.
tmune ,'., ,r''.m,m,niI,,'s of ,,oland ano Rw. r '"' c,r-
o< l2erheA paSleM '""' "W f"r a pa,pablc under8tar
r- A parallel her,, would be our national political, social
state in Castrn, ;""' ,h'' establishment of a Communist
""'" : miles from our shores on the other
"tainly do feel thi anguish of disco.
lewish communities of Argentina
I Arable, n ., unreausUi
rj full,!'.-, exi of their desti
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tJewlsti fk>rldHan
Page 5-A
U.S. Firm Shrugs Off Arab Boycott
By Special Rsport
A United States manufacturing
firm, whose presilent describes
,;,. firm ai "a non-Jewish corpo-
;. majority owners rincipals I which are of British
extraction ha flatly told the
Vrabs where lo gel iff, thus join-
i m e\. r lengthening list of U.S.
.,. n who i el ise to have
. ;- p. es formulated in the
I
h tie i ime ia being
... i approach-
\t>' 1 nl Karim el-A'idi,
.....i! gener ;: of the Cen-
Ofi for the Boycott of Is-
. | at ] scus, Syi i 'l he com-
ad sou 'threats
,.: I n thi
' isl to dissuade
n fin ing up
[ml racl
now under construction there and
we will produce measuring devices!
and so-metal finishing when it is
completed,
"We were invited by the gov-
ernment cf Israel come th-jre
for that purpose After a Ihor-
ough investigation by us of the
market poter'ials, the opabilities
of the people, and th qirerjlly
favorable business climate there,
vie dec drj to avail ourselves of
their many advantages.
"We have found them, t" be a
friendl). industrious, forthright, and
intelligent pei p!e, interested
in making :i mo lern.
and suitabl e'.ai for a people
v. ho, unl 194 I ; I een h >me-
less The; ve thr iugh almos
: mad< ,i leserl
'bli om." It i thai
they wish to live at peace with and
trade with their Arab neighbors as
well as the rest of the world.
People of Jewish extraction have
been, and are now contributing,
more than their proportionate share
to the artistic, scientific, industrial
and social achievements which th.'
world row enjoys.
"Ours is a non-Jewish corpora-
lion and the same ensu pe 'a
cipals of which are of Bri ish ex-
traction and are third generation
Americans We have t her el ire not
entered into the agreement with
the Government of Israel for rea-
:.- of -entiment Had the Arab
stat< extende I us the same invita-
tion and the sam ensu c lop ra
turn, we would
.v overture > I .mil
iuerctii in
"V.'e arr r.~. ir o r c' s d by your
threats of intimidation and coer-
cion through boycott and black
list. If 'he Arab states had pro-
gressed industrially and scienti-
fically to the point where your
markets were lucrative for our
products, we would still not be
impressed.
"The effort you are expending in
fi menting ha^e and strife with your
neighbors can better be used t>
bring something of substance tor
your people, that they may have
the advantage of a better standar I
of living. Cease your war with
the Israelis, and you wil find th;;
corporation and most all of Ameri-
cans ready and anxious to extend
to you a welcome and helping
hand "
German Court in Warning
Continued from Paqt 1-A
re election to the Schleswig-Hi
Parliament ["wo i :. rts to try him
for war crim s at 1 burg fail
ed. He i
SS, a hi jh
tl Nazi polici
and : Iping I
the Jews in the War
n i"4.:.
enl tied Coi cenl itioi
t> Crimes Before the ( iur -
imenting evidence in the tri
; .: number of convicted pr i
., r concentration <
. : is praised in the Built
thi Government Office of Press
n Information. The bonk
, / Dr. H. G.
Dam, secretary-gi th
Council of the Jews in
n>. and Ralph G i
-'i i-'i ii eek
he presi
\ .
[he pla i is
Hemisphere
Talks Slated
On Violence
JTAEy Dire:' Teletype
DE I le anti Jew
oi Argentina
i for i no one has
. punish* I >\ e pro
;., i in executive
I Jcv i ingress t<>
,r, tu i day'
immunity
the onti i
1 esday.
ce in Bui
is.
'!-.'. In Ar
in l in. ly br iught re-
Brazil Chil
Mu ol Ii '":
ish lers in Sap
' i
n for .. minute thai
( Igainst Jews
lace it is
! er >
. untries.
nt at a re
en I the central
: the Jewish commun-
[ Chiie in honor of Prof, Boris
th< wish N ibel Prize win-
ner who i- now touring Latin Amer-
K .in C0U1 ( 5,
The Mil ister of fnterior said that
the Chilean Government appre-
ciates tin contributions which the
Jews an making to the develop-
ment of th country. He assured
the audience that in Chile there
can be nc such a situation where
the author.ties would not check
the activities of irresponsible ter-
roristic elements.
Miami Growth
Eyed in Article
Metropi .tan Miami's industrial
growth since 1954 Is featured in a
12-page >.;:ion of Industrial De-
velopment and Manufacturers Rec-
ord magazine in a recent issue.
Industrial employment gained
110.7 per cent in that period.
Editor I rank II Stedman's ar-
ticle. "Metropolitan Miami Makes
Room for industry." calls this the
'most recently admitted member
of the stiii exclusive metropolitan
areas witJ populati ma of more
than a million a 50-year growth
record t< i ake even Los Angeles
look ov< i r shoulder."
Kennedy Appoints Cohen
WASIIIN -TON iJTA) Pres-
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New Jersey Superior Court, to be
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Friday. August 3, 19:.:
We Must LeTnTMoraTfrom European Holocaust
imntomnted by local legislation
By GIDEON HAULER
It will bi- nol "ut of contexl to
mention the neo-Nazi propaganda
now disseminated through various
media, claiming thai the whole
story of the destruction of the Jews
is :i mere fabrication, an Invention
of Jewish financiers, calculated to
squeeze out reparations and com-
pensation from Germany These
people actually say that the Jews
are all alive, that the crematoria
did not exist. Those chimneys be-
longed to factories and bakeries'
It hardly seems possible that
such delusions could be accepted
b> any man Yet they are. There
are many pamphlets published by
the official information office of a
country which is a member of the
United Nations containing exactly
such infamypamphlet.- by the
way. in which I have personally
the honor to be mentioned by
name as gangster-boss and a per-
secutor of war prisoners
The preaching of the Nazi Min-
ister of Information. GoebbelS, is
apparently still being practiced.
"The greater the lie," he said, "the
greater the likelihood that some
people will believe it.""
Now what are we. those who siir
vived the flood, going to do about
it" Let us not forget that we
could all have been personally af-
fected. After all. it was pure
chance that led our fathers or
grandfathers to leave Europe in
time for America, lor Israel, or for
,.
A Prosecutor
Spjaks of Hatreds
7 '.-..
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H .. M H
IH -...;:
I ,- ... ii m ter-
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I .. til. .\ : / :
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i-umplii'itv
v nx million
lews i)i :' '-' Hitlei
... | \i- |( ... irk* u'eT<
...... .-.. notion he ma
tore- r:....... :: "i .>t
B'nui B I VX .ton D.C
upon Hitler's triumphal march Into
Washington. American Jews >uld
be included in what the N:m-
1(11111- i "the final solution."
The hatred Oi the Jews was Hit-
ler's first step toward the domina-
tion of Germany and later oi
Europe It was part of his scheme
to enslave the world The final vic-
tim was to be civilization itself. It
was no accident that the Jews were
his first victims tor they stood for
everything he despised: human
freedom, morality and the broth-
erhood of man No coexistence be
tween the Nazi preaching of hatred
f moral-
i-lation
ratifying states.
been done
implements I
in most .it the
though this should have I
unfler the terms of the Convention
itself Although some fifty coun-
tries acc ed to the Convention,
,1 has been enacted by domestic
legislation in only three countries
l am happy to saj thai Israel is
one of them
Laws againsl genocide, even if
they are universally adopted, will
not themselves save us from evil.
They will, however, be Of great
psychological and educational im-
port once it has been declared
that it is a universal crime to com
mit, conspire, or incite acts which
may cause serious !>"di]> or men-
tal harm to innocent people of a
certain racial, religious or national
group, another step in the right di-
lection will have been taken. Vet
this by itself will by no means suf-
fice. No entrenchment behind
legal provisions will do unless all
[or thej are apt to develop into a freedom loving men become the
: i.rld dominations constant keepers of the world's con
GIDtON HAUSNIS
other countries, and made the fath-
ers and grandfathers of other .lew- an(j (he Jewish precept-
stay overe there. Had our ancestors ity could be Imagined
done differently, we would have
been living there and would have
been ultimately subjected to all the
horrors of hell, whilst other indivi-
duals would have been sitting to-
dav in this room here.
Hitler's First Step
It is therefore proper that we
consider ourselves as having been
personally saved by a fortuitous
and providential fate. The Nazi
desire was to have us all in the
gas chambers. In their secret of-
The premeditated murder ot a
people di i not start overnight It
began with a sharp anti-Semitism,
with the hatred of alien*, with a
h. lief in racial superiority The.e-
from it went down, -tep bj s'ep.
in inevitable descent which had its
terminal at the gates of the exter
mination camps. One who begin
with hatred sow- seeds which, un
Let us, therefore, be the bearers
, i the mi ssage to the world that
anj party, any regime, any coun-
try, which bases its policies on anti-
Semitism or on the intended de-
Struction of :t- fellow men. what-
ever the phrases used or the terms
in which their preachings are
couched, is bound to end where
Hitler
Genocide Convention
It was a great American, Thomas
Jefferson, when -peaking about the
preservation of civil liberties, who
coined a famous phrase: "Eternal
vigilance is the price of liberty ."
He realized that it is for every
freedom-loving man to be constant-
ly on his guard against encroach-
ments upon lus basic rights. In
science
We Jew.- must lerive i moral
from what happened Ue have
lost more than one-third > our
people We suffer from the
ind miss those center- >t Jewry
which were a constant source
Inspiration and creation in all
.v;:lks of life, in religion, in philos-
ophy, in sciences, in national Ideas
The disaster has left us crippled
To continue our existence we must
make up tor the catastropic losses
I in manpower and in spiritual val-
ues. Let us be conscious o[ this
responsibility which, in simple
terms, means that every surviving
Jew has now to do for his people
not only what he would have done
anyway, but more He must con-
tribute what a fallen brother would
the post Nazi world eternal" vigi" hale Physically and spiritually con-
lance ,- the price of liberty" He tr,buted "a<' he been alive
en our Jewish education; in Other
.Mud-, we must be even bett.
Jew- than we are. This is the to
t.niient of those who departed; thi-
is what they wouIM have willed
to do had they been able to -,
-o
State of Israel
There is yet another aspect whir
concerns us all. I mean the Stat
of Israel, the state of those Jew.
who chose to continue their exi--
ence among fellow Jews. I kno
that the State is dear to you. brae
on its part seeks your affectioi
and love. We aspire to achiev
your respect and pride in the exi--
ence of free Israel and all it stand-
for. Let us together make a su
' preme effort to secure its existent
to insure its development so that
it will be able to implement the
hopes which hinge upon it. We will
surely thereby implement the de-
sire "t those six million who have
constantly prayed and yearned :
the State, but never lived to
1!
We cannot bring hack to life th
millions of Jews who pen-hei
What we can and must do as .lev .
.ind freedom-loving men is to !.
up to our obligations toward I
.- hour in our history
.Meat hope- and expectation- an-'
cut ot -o much misery and te >
an i bl.....i
For, verily, we are our brother ;
keeper
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donvloving man to be constantly
on his guard against encroach-
der accommodating conditions, pro- ments upon his basic rights. In
duce bestiality and murder [the post Nazi world eternal vigi-
,,.., '. lance is the price ol civilization and
The attempt to appease littler
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We must penetrate deeper into
Jewish problems, we must look for
proper solutions, we must -trenyth-
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ficial documents the plan was laid appease hate breeding centers
down to destroy eleven million
Kuropean Jews including those of
England and Soviet Russia which,
should have followed the expected
subjugation of these countries. So
much was officially pronounced at
the Wannsee Conference in Berlin
or January 20. 1942. No definite
Hatred must be laced and combat-
ted. Wherever we recognize the
well known signs of anti-Semitism.
of prejudice, of the denial of a
common obligation between one
human being and another, they
must be denounced and fought.
It is a dangerous illusion to be-
survlval.
It is therefore a matter for con-
cern that the Genocide Convention,
though unanimously adopted by the
L'nited Nations, has not vet been
ratified by some states and. even
more important, has not yet been
plans were made for the treatment ( [(eve that small doses of hate rad-
Ol American Jews, though in other iation are not dangerous. They all
documents it was mentioned that ;,re. even if the beginning is small.
Bar Kochba Period Collection
Peddled to British Archaeologist
LONDON (JTA) A collec-
tion of coins and other object- dat
''- to the period ol Simon Bar!
Kochba in the second century of I
the Common Era. was brought to I
light when a Jordanian Arab offer-
ed to sell the items to Dr. John
Allegro, a British archaeologist cur-
rently working in the Judean des-
ert near the Dead Sea it was re-
ported here from Amman.
The collection included a num-
ber of Bar Kochba coins datable
to 134 C.E., various wooden objects.
a number of women's cosmetic
i'.ems including wooden dishes a
spatula, a bowl, combs and imple-
ments and containers for the appli-
cation ot Kohl, a form of eye
shadow used by Oriental la lies.
The object-, which have already
been flown to Ammon, will he pv
en by the Dead Sea Scroll Fund to
the Jordanian Government it is
ixpected that they will be included
in an exhibit ol Dead Sea Scrolls
to be shown in London later this
year.
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-Jenist Fhrid/inn
Pcge 7-A
.
Hands Off Civil Rights, Senator Told
Richard Cardinal Cushing. Roman Catholic Archbishop ol
Boston, presents a personal giit of S500 to Mrs. Samuel Rubin,
Dresident of the Greater Boston Council of Mizrachi Women,
to further education of Jewish children in Israel. In a note
accompanying the contribution to Mizrachi Women, the major
women's religious-Zionist organization in the U.S.. Cardinal.
Cushing wrote that "No education is complete without a
Knowledge of God that prompts us to love Him and one
cnother." The giit will help to provide tuitional scholarships
ior recently-arrived children in the network of schools, chil-
dren's villages and centers operated by American Mizrachi
Women in the Holy Land.
State Dept. Gets
Violence Report
In Latin Lands
Continued from Pag* 1A
"information available regarding
U ,- group indicates that it is prob
; bl> composed of some young.
highly nationalistic Argentinians
who seem to have selected anti-
Semitism as an expression of their
personal and social dissatisfac-
tion." He assured Kcp Halpern
thai he would keep him informed
i: the measures which the Argen-
tina authorities will take to stamp
(.it anti-Semitic incidents.
President Kenned) was recently
formed in person of anti Semitic
i .traces in Argentina and Uruguaj
L> Vmunal Commander Theodore
i k- of the Jewish War Veterans
r thi i sa
ks stated upon leaving the
h ti House that the President's
, i, si made him hopeful that
. |>- would l>e taken by the United
tes Government. Mr. Brooks
provided President Kennedy with
- of i he recent outbreaks in
rgentina and Uruguaj and stress
tn..: Latin states leaking assist-
. nee from the Alliance for Progress
hbould adhere to principles re
I ecting human rights.
The White House does not permit
verbatim quotation of the Presi-
dent's comments in such conver-
sations, but it was apparent that
Mr Brooks was well satisfied in
nnection with the South Amen
issue Mr Brooks was ac
panied by Felix Putterman,
\\v national legislative represen
live
By Special Report!
WASHINGTON "Han s of| :h
Bill of Rights."
This was Ihe battle crj directed
at Sen. James C. Eastland (Dem
Miss.), chairman of the Senati
Judiciary Committee, by letter,
telegram, postcard and telephone
call from every section of the
country this week following a com-
mittee hearing on proposals to
.mend the Constitution.
The hearing was called to con-
sider legislation aimed a! upset
ing ihe recent I S Supreme Court
decision that outlawed the New
York Regents' prayer as an in-
i men) on religious freedom^
Among protests against proposed
Constitutional changes was this
statement by shad Polier, of New
York, chairman of the national
Governing Council of the Amen
an Jewish Congress:
"For months the same Sen.
Olin B. Johnson (Dem.-S.C.) who
presided at the Senate hearing on
Constitutional changes has held
up the appointment of Thurgoad
Marshall as a Judge of the U.S.
Court of Appeals. One may well
doubt whether Senators Eastland
and Johnston are as concerned
with the preservation of religion
as they are with using this issue
as a stick with which to belabor
the Supreme Court for its de-
cisions in favor of equality and
against racial discrimination.
"One of tnc c oi stil itional amend-
ments under consideration wouid
-' -<< tar s ti [orbid judicial in-
, with i affecting
I ublic s; lools Ihus -, ng oul th<
historic i.(i... i: the U.S S i
prcme Courl in 1954 barring pub-
lic sell... se^rc gation.
"Even an amendment limiti
r< \ ersii i thi Su| n n Court's tie-
in the Ri -. ::ts prayi r <;>-<'
would constitute the first instance
i:< the history < I the United States
in which the Hill of Rights has
been tampered with.
"'The American Jewish Congress
is vigorously opposed to any
amendment to the Bill of flights
v\ i believe, as well, that the Amer-
ican people are equally oppose! to
any effort to abridge our Consti-
tutional guarantees of freedom,
equality and justice.
"We therefore urge every citi-
zen to write to his Senators to ex-
press this singlebut vital
thought: Hands off the Bill of
Rights!"
In n to Jewish groups such
as (he American Jewish Congress,
man) civil liberties organizations,
Protestant church bodies, educators
and citizen groups across the coun-
trj have asked to testifj in op-
position to any Constitutional
artu i dnu nl al the public hearing
The first he; were limited to
.- imonj l> members of 'he Sen*
. u
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lane! wdl include Prof Arthur
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Rev. B. F. Schumacher, chairman
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Fiidoy. Augu3t 3, 1962
Violence Continues in Latin America

Logan H. Babin. jr., (left) of Houma, La. .and Herbert Altman,
Dorchester. Mass., the first Jewish cadets to be commissioned
at the U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado Sprinas, Colo., re-
ceive personally-inscribed Bibles on behalf of the Commis-
s.on on Jewish Chaplaincy of the National Jewish Welfare
Board. Mrs. Jack Tober, chairman of JWB's Colorado Springs
Armed Services Committee, presents the Bibles while Air
Force Chaplain Marvin L. Labinger, Jewish chaplain at the
Academy, looks on. Chaplain Labinger conducted a special
bcccalaureate service where the Bibles were presented.
UN Provisional Agenda
Includes Israel Questions
UNITED NATIONS(JTAi-Three points of specific concern to
Israel and several other items of interest to Jewry in general
me on the provisional agenda of the 17th sersion of the General
Assembly. The Assembly will convene Sept. 18.
The matters of direct interest to Israel refer to the United Nations
Emergency Force, on guarj against------------------------------- -----i
Arab-Israeli conflicts in the Gaza ,M. _. ......
Strip and at afcarm el-Sheikh, and | 3U' 1963- S,nce ,no l nl,ed s,atcs
Lh( United Nations Relief and Government pays about 70 percent
V., rks Agency for Palestine Refu- ol the UNRWA budget, and has to
date spent more than S250.000.000',
to aid the refugees through UNRWA
alone, the Washington Administra-
tion's plans in regard to UNRWA
could well be decisive.
gees.
The 79-point agenda contains
wo items dealing with UNEF.
One is the annual report of UNEF
operations and the annual bud-
cet for it. The other refers to
he advisory opinion by the In-
-ernational Court of Justice
which ruled that all member
states must share in the costs
c UNEF and of the UN. opera-
ions in the Congo. A stiff fight
en approval of the ruling is ex-
Meted since the decision is aim-
td at the Soviet ar.d Arab coun-
ties which have, refused to pay
heir shares of UNEF costs.
'-.- :o the Arab refugee question.
: will also be two separate re-
ports. One will be by the Pales-;
Conciliation Commission and:
its special .Middle East envoy, Dr.!
Joseph E. Johnson, who has been
charged for the second year with!
Ending possible easement of the I
Arab refugee problem in consulta- >
lion with the Arab states and Is-
rael. Bolh the Davis and the
-on reports are certain to in-
Vi'ive heated debates.
The Assembly lace.- a major de-
rision in connection with the Arab
-- pr blem. The current
mandate of UNRWA expires June I
In connection with the refugee
debate, it is likely that another
resolution may be introduced by
African and Latin American dele-
gations, calling for face-to-face
peace negotiations between the
Arab states and Israel. Sixteen
members introduced such a reso-
lution last year, but the draft was
defeated when the Western pow-
ers, led by the United States, re-
fused to back it.
The agenda items of interest to
world Jewry generally deal mainly
with human rights. There are
three items on the agenda. One
concerns the adoption of t w o
international covenants on human
rights, ;. subject under debate here
for nearly nine vears.
Continued from Page 1A
ference convened in Montevideo
called for the dismissal of both
the city's police chief and the
head of the secret service for
their inability to halt the as-
saults.
The authorities were no! entire
|ly passive. Military jeeps re
sen! on street patrols At the same
time. Jewish self-defense units
posted guards at synagogues .mil
Jewish institutional buildings.
The .leu beaten to death by
'anti-Semitic kidnappers wa: Sam-
uel Saltzberg who lost his wife
anil children in me Nazi murders
He told his brother a few days be
fore he was killed that he hail
been threatened.
The Anti-Fascist rally was call-
ed by the Uruguayan Universitj
Students Federation, the Federa-
tion of Labor, the Medical anil
Press Assns. and other groups
The participants assailed the vio-
lence and called for a mass pro
test rally for the first week of
August Even as they were meet-
ing, police reported a new inci-
dent, the kidnapping of a 30-year-
old woman who was dragged by
two assailants into a car in down
town Montevideo and stripped
Still naked, she was released when
she persuaded her abductors she
was not a maid for a Jewish fam-
ily
The Medical Society of Uru-
guay said it was organizing pro-
tective measures for its mem-
bers after a Jewish doctor. Max
imon Handel, was beaten and
branded with a swastika on July
23.
One terrified Montevideo Jew
shot a taxi driver who had slowed
his vehicle in a secluded area. The
i Jew told police he believed the
I driver planned to drag him into
! his cab in the same manner as
'other .lews have been abducted
and assaulted
In contrast to the situation in
| Uruguay, police reported an ar-
rest in the violence in Argentina
, A juvenile gang of eight youths
was seized mi charges of trying to
i bomb a syi......n Bahia Blan
ca, a port city in southern Argen
tina. It -aas the first arresl
''"' violenci 11 gan in that coun-
try.
Other Argentine incidents were

i an ia Washingl s meanwhile inform.
, | |i, g< ,.,i the W< i Id J< wish Congress here
for a thai steps bave been taken by the
Uruguayan authorities to track
lew was assau"
. ed him. down and put sfa the perpetrators
... area tor of reeei a can ng attacks
;, i garets and
then ci astiKai ms chesl
In Bueros Aire< a -t-'vy plas-
tic b:;-^b da-nancC a b'jildim
occupied by Jews. Ore resident
wjs take:' tc hospital for treat-
ment for shock.
in Monti .
Tile aitacki < re br -lit to the
attentit i Uruguayan Era*
ass1 -"'":: Samuel
Bronfn I resiUcnl of the
World Jewish resi "! cnair-
man i An i an i itec-
ut \ i of the organize
In :. to Bronfman,
Bautisti I i
Tin anti-S stacks *cre
el pcussi plenary
oiv of the DAIA. th central fa;..- of t isj -I t ruguay
-..;., ., Jewry r in Was! state* that the
,. .;, ,;,,v,;. ,._ DAIA president. Uruguay, i I rities "nave taken
th< assi n I) that the inci-
dents ; that the "Nazi struc
ture" in Latin America was intact
regardless I I > ial di i arations
lo tin ci ntrary and tbat the sit-
uatii n required a | rmj nenl state
of alertness
The Uruguayai E n I assy in
Busy Program
At Camp Avir
Hj Rothstein. direci oi Yehud-
ah Moshe's Camp Avir. has made
arrangements tor the entire camp
to -i, "Tom Sawyer" at the Merry-
Go-Roun.1 Playhouse Also on the
program for this week is a visit to
the Food Fair baker)
Waterfront directors Mike Kor-
vuk and Joyc< Rothstein report
that the children, all receiving
individual swimming lessons daily.
are "well able to tak< care of
themselves in the water "
In the arts and crafts depart
merit, supervised bj Rose Comm,
the children have learned to work
with pla-'.er of pan- and molds
This week the> an completing
plates ol tile and lingo drum
I.;. iik-
Bowling. games and outdoor a
tivitfr s are an imp* rtanl part ot
tin- daily program. aj -
films of the Orang< Bowl games
^re shown to the campers in the
air-conditioned Popiel H
the pn pti steps to ur .over and
punish tral of the
crime ir.vi ii the carving ol
swastikas i yt ung girl's bod)
Tin- i ruj Cficial added that
the incidents had provoked unani-
mous "condemnation in all sec-
tors Of 1 .-... sin
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*. leftist HcrWiiTir
n U-A
Israel Cabinet Denies NewSoblen Try
JERUSALEM (JTAi Israels
Cabinet voted unanimously Sunday |
to recommend that the Interior I
Ministry reject an application by |
Dr. Robert A. Soblen, the psychia-
trist convicted of espionage on be-j
half of the Soviet Union in the ]
United States, for a visa which
would ha\e permitted him to en-
ter Israel under the Law of Re-
turn.
The issue was brought before the
Cabinet by Minister of the Interior
Moshe Haim Shapiro. An applica-
tion for an immigrant visa under
Charles Clore, British financier, business magnate and phil-
anthropist (right), and Meyer W. Weisgal. chief executive
officer of the Weizmann Institute of Science. Rehovoth. Israel,
shown ct the Institute examining plans for the new Charles
Clore International House for which Clore contributed S 1.000,-
000. The building will serve as a residence hall for students
of the Institute's Graduate School in the Natural Sciences.
Vermont Reports Influx
Of 'Common Sense' Papers
tUTLAND. Vt (JTA) The
irmonl State Legislature was
si'd this week by Mayor .luhn
ley ol Rutland to denounce the
reading of anti-Semitic liters-
in the state, especially the
U-Jewiifa publication "Common
be" which has shown up sud
lily throughout the state, distn
i'd bj ;-n unidentified source
form;.i resolution condemning
publication will be presented j
fthe legislature by State Rep
Jiam JK.gan. of Rutland. "Com-
Sensi is published at Union,
ir Dale) said he has
Federal Bureau of In-
to inrestigote how- the
( newspaper lias been
from New Jersey into
mont who had received anti-Jew-
ish literature through the mails
from an unknown source at Pitts-
ford. Vt. Distribution of such lit-
erature has been condemned in
resolutions adopted by state legis-
latures in Massachusetts. Rhode
Island and Maine.
CRIMINAL BARRED
JERUSALEM (JTA)
The Israel High Court of Jus-
tice Sunday rejected a re-
quest for an order nisi call-
ing on Moshe Haim Shapiro.
the Minister of the Interior.
to show cause why he should
not rescind an order expell-
ing from Israel. Berl Farkas.
a Jew wanted by Interpol. the
international police organiza-
tion.
Farkas. who is sought by
Interpol and police forces of
half a dozen countries around
the world for theft and
swindles, stowed away on an
I>raeli liner In Marseilles.
France, and arrive! in Haifa
on July 15. He immediately
claimed immigrant status un-
der the Law of Return He
will presumably be deported
on the first ship leaving for
France
Airport when Dr. Soblen was put
on an El Al Airlines plane and ex-
pelled from the country Another
point for probing is the fact that
both Mr Shapiro and Prime Min-
ister David BenCiiirion had stated
publicly that they did not know an
American Government agent was
involved in the expulsion.
The formation of the Ministerial
Committee was voted by the Cabi-
net last week, but Mr. Shapiro gave
notice he would not serve on such
a committee unless the Foreign
Minister. Mrs. Golda Meir. were
included among the members of
the Committee. He contended that
the Foreign Ministry must assume
responsibility for the American
agent's presence a* the airpor",
and for escorting Dr. Soblen )0
the flight from thi country toward
Athens and London.
Mr. Shapiro emphasized that the
American agent's presence during
the expulsion made the act. in fact,
an extradition, although there is
.no extradition treaty between I-.-
] rael and the United States. Crit-
ics of the Government, on this is*
j sue. have made the same claim
The Ministerial committee ap-
1 pointed today, include:! Mr. Sha-
piro. Mrs. Meir, Minister of Police
Behor Shitreet. Minister of Justice
Dov Joseph and the Minister of
, Transport and Communications,
Moshe Carmel.
ed tht
tigaticr
|-Sem,
sporti.
Imonl
nun c of
led 'i i sdaj
at i
|eh ed
lil whit
anti,'
[> d< i
pear t
|i be < I
I
(ormai
,1 it i senators re-
to postal authori-
. rlington that they had
hate literature in the
, they described as be-
- ish .ir' l inti-Catholic
red the fact that there
DO POSI i
law s w hich
reed to ban the use ol
such purp ises
Lash, chairman of the
tit-Defamation League of B'nai
ith ir Rutland, said that the
L had received numerous com-
mts ti. m individuals in Ver-
Lerner Will
Be Lecturer
By Special Report
WAl.THAM. MassMax Lerner.
nationally syndicated newspaper
columnist, author and Max Richter
Profesor of American Civilisation
and Institution- at Bran 'els Univer-
sity, is a featured lecturer in
the first of two summer Institutes
lor Adults to lie held at the Bran
dels campus July '.'9 to AUg and
AUg, 5 to 11
Sponsored by the Fellows of the
University, the first institute will
concentrate on the problems of
Western culture and society
Dr. Lerner will discuss "World
Politics." and will offer an analysis
of the major operative forces In
the contemporary world, including
the weapons race ami deterrence
theory
ONLY 2 HRS. AWAY BY
"EXPRESS" BOATS
IGINAL "PROVEN 3IMIHI CRUISE DON'T ACCEPT A SUBSTITUTE]
the Law of Return had been filed
by the convicted doctor's Israeli
attorney. Arieh Ankorion. The Cab-
inet held that the Law of Return
, vies not apply to a man with a rec-
ord like Dr. Soblen's.
Mr. Ankorion is expected now
to take the matter to the Israel
Supreme Court. He will seek
eilher an order instructing the
Government to show cause why
it should not permit Dr. Soblen's
entry, or he will request a High
Court writ to enable Dr. Soblen
to enter Israel provisionally.
At the same time, the Cabinet
set up a Ministerial commiittee to
inquire into the circumstances sur-
rounding Dr Soblen's expulsion
from this country, after he had
come here on a false passport.
! Among the topics to be probed are
: the tact that an American Govern-
ment agent was on hand at Lyilda ;
Gerstein Speaks
At Meeting Here
State
u as to
, Men'
1 ner meeting in the Terrace Room
at Southgate Towers apts 900 West
ave.
His subject for the 7 p.m. meet-
mi; will be "The State Attorney's
office and You "
Attorney Richard Gerstein
address the South I'.cac'i
Club this Thursday al a din-
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1962
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Work on three new buildings for Temple Beth
Am began with groundbreaking ceremonies
on Sunday marking the ofiicial launching of
construction of an additional wing to the Mark
Light school building, which will double the
Temple's present facilities for religious train-
ing. The new school wing will also contain
a new library room, a huge arts and crafts
area, a music room, and two extra large class
looms. The new sanctuary will be built in
front cf the existing building and have perm-
anent sealing for 450 persons. The youth ha.
will provide areas for recreational end social
activities for all junior members. Architect is
Samuel Puder, and engineer is Morton Fell-
man.
Temple Israel Plans Stellar Fcrum
Series fo be Launched by Gen, Rcmalo
Gen. Carlos P. Romulo, former
ci.i ol the UN General Assem-
bly, will launch Temple Israel's
Town Hall Forum in the fall.
Par! of the Temple's 40th anni-
versary celebration, the series
which will include programs on na-
tional and international affairs, and
drama, will be available to the
public, as well as Temple mem-
bers, but only on a series basis.
"The Asia America Does Not
Know," will be Gen. Romulo's
topic on Oct. 16. A social critic's
view of "America in Upheaval"
will be given on Nov. 13 by Vance
Packard, author of "The Status
Seekers/' "H:dden Persuaders"
and "The Waste Makers."
John Mason Brown, noted literary
critic and editor-at-large of the
Satur lay Review of Literature,
will present "American Literature
Today" on Feb. 19. And closing
the series on Mar 19, Dorothy
Stickney will offer a dramatisation
>i Ed ta si Vim i I y's poems
ind letters, "A Lovely Night."
Mr and Mrs. Myron M Behrman
head the Town Hall F rum com-
mittee Serving with them are
Mr. and Mrs. William Gladstone,
Mr. and Mr-. Charles Goldstein,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Goldstein, Mr,
and Mrs. Anthony Lane. Mr and
Airs Sam C. Levenson, Mr. and
Mrs. James K. Lewy, Admiral and
Mrs. Herbert Sobel.
Also Mr. and Mrs. Richard Alt-
shuler, Mr. ana Mrs. Lionel Barnet,
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Barnetl. Mr.; Stevens,
Herman Binder. Mr. and Mrs. Dav- Treister,
id Biumberg. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
Boas. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Cassel,
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Casselhoff. Mr.
and Mrs. David P. Catsman. Mr.
and Mrs. Max V. Cogen, Mr. aid
Mrs. Frank S. Cole, Mr. and Mrs.
Myron J. Cowen. Mr. and Mrs, Jack
L. Daner, Dr. and Mrs. Victor D.
Dembrow, Dr. and Mrs. B. D. Ep-
Siein, Mr and Mrs. David B. Flee-
man, Rabbi and Mrs. Morris \V.
Graff, Mr. and Mrs. Albert A,
ireen, Mr, and Mrs. Samuel Gross
man, Mr, and Mrs. Erwin Harris.
Mr. and Mrs. David R. Hochberg,
Mr. and Mrs Jerome C. Hofmayer,
Mr and Mrs. Albert I. Jacobs.
And Mr ; I Mrs. Aaron M. Kan-
ner, Mr. and Mrs llyman Kaplan.
Dr and Mrs
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I K -. Mr
and Mrs. Walter C Kovnci
i- William Lehman. Mi
Mrs. Lawrence S Levenson. Mr
and Mrs. Arnold Levien. Di
Mrs Alan A Liton, Mr, and Mrs.
E Iward J, Meiniker, Mr and Mrs
A, 1. Nadler. Mr. and Mrs Robert
Russell, Mr. and Mr> Seymour
Samet, Mr. and Mrs. Jay R.
Schwartz. Mr and Mrs Lawrence
E. Singer, Mr and Mrs Sanford
Sprintz, Mr. and Mrs, Bernard R,
Mr. and Mrs Kenneth
Mr. and Mr- Howard
Ullman. Jr., Mr. and Mrs Henry
E Wolff, Mr. and Mrs Stanlev ll
Wolff. Mr. and Mrs, Moyshe Zilber
New Rabbi
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Ne spiritual leader of Temple
Sinai is Rabbi Daniel M ';'-'-;',"'
merly of He,.. Israel Congrega-
,ion. Washington. DC. He *u'
conduc( services this Friday e* en-
jng.
A reception in honor oi Rabbi
Lowj will he held on Friday. Au
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[gems of wisdom
ople tend to lie because o/
Bcnce.
----M. IDN EZRA.
* *
imc is a European power.
LASSAII I

tach nm? you lie. and
. i a :r> the truth.
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iKeliaious d^ife
Symbol of Our Tragedies
Since the Days of Antiquity
S
e r v i c e s
J h i s tl/e e k e n d
By RABBI MAYER ABROMOWITZ
Temple Menorah
Jakob Dobrizzin had arrived on
j an earlier transport and was now
helping us unload the massive
1 truck filled to capacity with its
cargo of men. women and children
fleeing into the American Transit
Camps in Berlin. As the top can-
vas was rolled back, Jakob hinu-
ed the ladder to the rear of the
truck and helped each of the hun-
dred and sixty-seven passengers
down to safety. Above the mingled
noises of screaming, shouting and
crying. Jakob's voice could be
heard, loud and strong, as he pat-
iently but tternl) ordered the new-
arrivals to line up for their pro-
< essiflg.
"Hey, Chaplain." Jakob shouted
to me as he held an elderly woman
under her arm. "you better gel
Bobbeh to bed right away. She'll
pass out any minute." Leading the
woman to one of the rooms, he re-
turned td help with the registra-
Information to be included in the Religious Services column
mtst be in-the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later
than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All re-
leases received after that time will be returned as prooT of
their lateness.
RABBI M&YIR ABRAMOWITZ
. trogic symbols
tion. the bed assignments and the food distribution as we processed the
new contingent.
Jakob was a rather unique person. He had arrived with the under-
ground transport from Poland a few hours earlier, and without wait-
I l'KKA. Switzerland(JTA) ing to be asked was becoming most helpful He showed great under-
N'ahum Coltlmann. president standing and compassion which the new arrivals had immediately sensed.
GOLDMANN DENIAL
World Jewish Congress, now
rung here. Tuesday denied
report published Monday by the
bw York Times stating that he
pas canceled representation of
VVJC" at the forthcoming Ecu-
Council, scheduled to be-
in Oct 11
Emphasizing that "the World
'They'll either have to make the trucks bigger or the people small-
er." Jakob laughing!) remarked as he handed out the last of the 167
food packages The new contingent was finally processed and we went
outside to escape the tension and noise of the barracks. I invited Jakob
to my jeep.
He was an intense man with thinning black hair, yet he told me
his story with very little emotional display. He was in his early thirties
whin he saw his parents shot in Warsaw. His wife was carted off
to the death camps. His two children died from hunger while they
Jakob scanned the large
Aish Congress would not be en- j were hiding in an underground bunker,
lied jnvhow" to name a repre-j y/e were nearing the Transit Camp.
mtative to the Vatican, Dr. Gold-1 barracks which housed the hundreds of refugees. Then he turned gnro-
ianr. added: "The WJC never |y to me. "My story is no different than any of these. Each of us lived
j\ort trvers for the Ecumenical Coun-
ike other Jewish organizations,
f i I nr.gress has always had a
i ntative in Rome, as in
Jany other capitals, and will con-
tnue to have such a representa-
|vi
CANTORS GO TO COURT
antors connected with Con-
fr\ ;it ;\ t congregations, announ-
this week it would contest in
Hurts a ruling by a Chicago
hat marriages performed
cantors were not valid in Illi-
pis
through an undescribable hell. Each nurses deep wounds within him
which will probably never heal."
Several hours later, my phone rang in my office, and the voice
asked whether the chaplain's office had any "Kinos" we could bring
over for the Tisha B'Av services to be held in the transit camp.
The community dining hall was converted into Tisha B'Av Synagogue
with upturned benches and flickering candles held shakily by the wor-
shippers. The grotesque shadows on the walls were dancing to the
mournful tunes of "Echa." In the darkened room. I discerned the
sharp features of Jakob with streams of tears running down his cheeks
as he sat on the floor bent over chanting the "Kinos." I thought of
Hit AGO- (JTAI-The Cantors )he events of the dav wjth its hundreds of homeless, fleeing Jews each
of America, represent- ..nursing woun,|s wnic hwould never heal.' "Is this the cause of weep-
ing on this Tisha B'Av of 194G? Is Jakob saying Echa over the destruc-
tion of his own family? ...
I walked out of the services with Jakob. As though knowing the
Iquestidns in my mind he stared blankly into the darkened skies and
spoke with deep feeling: ....
"I haven't cried in vears. I accepted their death with bitterness
and with re-ignation 1 don't know for which destruction I cried this
ruling by Judge David A. | evening Certainly not only for them. I guess they're but a symbol ot
voked a statement from trK. |ong mtio- of tragedies which has beset us since God called us to
Hoard of Rabbis, rep- be His people'
all three branches of]
p that the proper role for
r was to chant appropria
l.turgical portions of the cere-
which a rabbi presided.
i Pavel Slavensky. presi-
t of the Cantors and Ministers
' Chicago, representing can-
ol all three branches of Juda-
criticized that statement and
I that rabbis and cantors
'tie their differences on
wedding question at a confer-
" table instead of in the public
,; Hi said his association
f drawing up a proposal on the
to submit to the rabbinical
ird
>
KNESSET BANS PIGS
cAmow Uour <-Sl<
eritage
JERUSALEM (JTA Israel's
lament approved this week by
|wte of 42 to 15 a ban on pig-
ping in Israel. The bill became
fter a third reading. It pro-
fits the "raising, keeping, or
in hi. ring" of swine except in
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
What is the origin nd meaning or
the term "Hebrew"?
It is generally believed that the
term Hebrew comes from a Hebrew
root meaning "to cross" or "to
come over" The term implies
that that reference is made to a
stranger who "crossed over" or
came over" from another place
or another land. Even today we
think of aliens as having "come
over" from another country,
today we think of aliens as hav-
ing "come over" from another
Letters were discovered in lal
El Amarna, evidently written
HMBII ..,:..;..! '''
This paRt is prepared in co-
1 operation with the Spiritual Lead-
i en oj the Greater Miami Rabbin-
i cal Assn.
KAfcltl MAX A L1PSCHITI
Coordinator
Contributor:
RABBI SOLOMON (CHIP!
Gems of Wisdom
to the Hebrews. It is quite pos-
sible, however, that others referred
to the original Israelites as "strang-
ers," much the same as the Jew-
by Canaanite princes or rulers. jsh poop|c havc always been the
leth and six other places who camplained to the Egyptian
< have a large Christian popu- rulers about strangers or wander-
world's classical "foreigners."
- a .1 i l t \ 11 1 i>i t 11 ini/*|- 11 ii i ..... ,
Hoth Jewish and Moslem ers who were coming into the ian>i why do $Qme peop)e traditionally
law forbids eating of from the East and Northeast. insist upon having a table cloth
These people were referred to as
U. introduced as a private "Habiru" or ^piru^This term ^^ ^^ ^ ^
i
on the table at all meals?
The source given for this is a
sun bj si\
. ous partit Ma- 1 1
mem- 1 rally
I which
anderi r
' pi tiet was supported word which mei stranger
mderer It could apply l
iat the table ot the scholar was ai-
"it'ci '- vered at least in part (I
th< Ubi
AGUHATH ISRAEL. 7801 Car'yle ave
Orthodox. RabDi Isaac Ever.
- a "'.
sVi mon: Shall VV< < ;i\. I '] th<
Hervanee of th< Mournful Annlver-
9.1 j Tinha H'Av wn li W<
dav ~ I- in Thui -
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave.
Conservative. R. Yuskc, president.

BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave Ccn-
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W. Lioson.

BETH EL. 500 bw i/tn ave. Crthcdox.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
---------- ---------
BETH EMETH. 1225C NW t"6 ave.
Conservative.

BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman.

BETH JACOB 301-311 Washinoton
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi TiCor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamchea.

BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th ave.
Mod tr n Trnditional. R.-ibbi Max
Shapiro Cantor Fred Bernstein.
I- Ida 6 10 p in Saturilaj I .n
S< rmon \\ Talk i on Sim I Tl*hi
|t'A> -. : \ i. Wrdnei I |i n
Sermon: "Iiatnagt-s," Thursday ":3P
.....

BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president.
--
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky.

BETH TORAH. win n. and NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
I rldaj ; p.m. Saturday S:<5 a.m.

CONGREGATION ET2 CHAIM. 1544
Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strassfeld.

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

OADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold Richt-r.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
Friday 8:13 p.m. Paul Mitchell, via
president .'f the congregation, wllj
peak "ii "Creation ol Evolution.'
Saturda) y :(" "'

FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Hyman Coverman,
president. Cantor George Golaoerg.
PVlda} 6:30 p.m. Saturday 8:80 a.m.

FT. LAUDEROALE EMANUEL. 1801
E. Andrew* ave. Reform. Rabbc
Richard M. Leviton.

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

HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON-
GREGATION. 555 W. 49th St.. Hia-
leah. Reform. Rabbi Manus Ranson.
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HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.

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

KNESE.TH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
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MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern
Traditional.

OHEV SHALOM. 911 Narmandy dr.
Orthodox Rabbi Phmeas Weberman.
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SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins ave. Cantor S. Nachmias.

SOUTHWEST CENTER. 643E SW 8th
t. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
TEMPLE ADATH YFSHURUN. 1025
NE 183rd .at., Miami Garden* rd.
Rabbi Max" Zucker. Cantor Abra-
ham Reisman.
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TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Canto- Charles
Kodner.
! KHilav 8:30 p.m. Service* will b r. ;-.i
bj Joseph Mollen, Brotherhood prea-
i,i.in judge WlUlam l'aiict win tx
. guest speaker.
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TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 av*. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.

TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland
Hall, 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
structionist. Rlttl Morri* Skop.
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative.
Rabbi Samuel Mendelowita.

[TEMPLE BETH SHO'.OM. 4144 Cha
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Krcnish
Cantor David Cor.viser.

iTEMPLE B'NAi SHOLCV f* NW
22nc ave Ccnservative. Ra-.c -enr>
D Werniek.
naai as .iraf
SAYINGS OF FATHERS
Chapter V 21
Hai H... -.-..-. According to
the lal
W'i.i -, c c ,.., many tt h,
.jH him no sin -'ull
;-, !, ughl flbi ut Hut lie u'ho
. :, sin \liall not have
the :c_!- : '(,- W-. ..- ihfSI :h'i t .Utri-
.-.- of Ahra-
bul u ototvel has
..-:ributt is oj thi dii
i B.......m : : i .i. A
..:. mind .i''.i j
t -,!.) o\ the
n our father; a>i
ceil e\i mind and a
/ ij the
B it'ii 'c .1 Tlu
.....our fth c n
the world
.. .: :- -.. : Thai 1 may
caust :'-.. : il to inherit
. lllfir
,-!< of Baldam
ihc it'K\tii :t.: and
descend inti thi pi: oj destruction;
^as it ;.- Mid Bui thot. (' God, uiilt
br.n>: them down inti I r" /
destruction.
Judali th< ion oj Tema. said. Be I
Strong as a leopard, light as an -
eagle, fleet as a hart, and strong^
j, a lion to do the will of Thy "_
Father who is m Heaven. He used 7
to say, The hold-faced are for Ce- I
hinnoni the shame-faced for the _
Gorcfrn of Eden.
Bar Mltxvah: Paul, s<-n of Mr. and
Mrs. Marvin Cowan.

ITEMPLE EMANUEL. 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 Bernstein.
m
TEMPLE JUDfc*. 320 Palermo av*.
Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet.
Prldi 8:13 p.m Sermon: "Leaaona
of th< "M World: Challenge ot the
tit a

! TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th at.
j Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
TEMPLE NER TAMIL). 80th t. and
i Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Ratbi Eugene Labovitz.
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iTEMPLE SINAI CF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi
Daniel M. Lowy.
! Fri.'..i^ 13 I m i :- servlci by new
ml. I .M. Lowy.

TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan
Zwitman. Cantor Albert Giants.
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TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Lee Heim.
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamc-a av*.
Conservative. Seymour Hinkes, can.
tor.

TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax*
man.

YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu.
I Frldaj S 18 p.m Joseph Roeenfeld,
immeatati i-:,-t president of thi Con-
ation win lead th, Sabbath pray-
.1- Robert Llpof, vlc< president of
the congregation, "ill l- gueat speak-
Baturda) 8 a.m. Bar Mltivah:
si.n.i). son of Mr. and Slra, Leater
Qrosi

YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 st.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
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Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Mike' Feldman a Key Man in the Kennedy Braintrust
Washington
PRESIDENT Kennedy has aske.1
Myer ".Mike" Feldman, one of
the most important personages
of Jewish faith on the Presiden-
tial staff and an original mem-
ber of the President's personal
brain trust, to handle liaison be-
tween the White House and the
American Jewish community.
Mr. Feldman's function at the
White House is different and on
a much higher level than the
rules played by David K. Nik-,
who served President Truman,
and Maxwell Rabb. who handled
Jewish Affairs" for President
Eisenhov (r.
As "Deputy Special Counsel ti-
the President." responsible for
vital communications with Con-
gress and federal agencies, Mr,
Feldman works personally with
Mr Kennedy each day. He will
perform the new assignment in
. ddition to his other duties. Thus,
Mr, Feldman's status in the White
House is far broader than the
Niks or Rabb capacities.
In his book. "The Making of
the President." Theodore H.
White listed Mr. Feldman with
Ted Sorenson and Richard Good-
win as the trio constituting Mr.
Kennedy's "personal'' brain trust.
as distinct from his "academic"
brain trust i Schlesinger. Gal-
Lraith. Bundy. Rostow. or his
"political" brain trust (O'Don-
nell. O'Brien, Donahue. Duncan).
Mr Feldman was seen behind
the scenes in "The Making of the
President" as an "impressive
man. a one-time instructor of law
at the University of Pennsyl-
vania, later a highly-successful
businessman, who had abandoned
business to follow Kennedy's star
as chief of the Senator's legisla-
tive research."
In 1958. he joined the Kennedy
Si ate staff as legislative assist-
. I He handled correspondence
dealing with legislating, helped
draft bills, conferred on the Sen-
program, and assist! d with
speeches and public statements.
t Mr. Kennedy was nominat-
ed for the Presidency. Mr. Feld-
man was appointed director of re-
search lor the Kennedy-Johnson
campaign.
As campaign research director.
Mr Feldman prepared material
that helped Mr Kennedy achieve
the crucial television debate tri-
umph over Richard M. Nixon.
Mr. Feldman's perceptive and
rapid anticipation of events. Ins
insight and knowledge, caused
the President to add steadily to
his White House duties. Mr.
Kennedy indicated abundant ap-
preciation through the extent of
reliance on him in many areas.
The President, since the inau-
guration, turned increasingly to
Mr. Feldmanand sometimes to
Secretary of Labor Arthur Gold-
bergfor guidance on issues af-
fecting Jews and Israel. The
President's decision to place pri-
mary responsibility lor Jewish
liaison on Mr. Feldman. on top
of other responsibilities, sug
the President is paying more at-
tention to this concern. He ob-
viously wants a trusted informa-
tion source at his side in the
White House.
Mr. Kennedy is awan that
among American advocates of a
fair Near Eastern policy ar< i
of his most fervent supporters.
He knows that many leading
Jews have backed him to give
thrust to American progress But
he has also become aware in re-
MYIR FUDMAN
... in close touch
nsion
ested after i StaU De-
on a
. \ Egypt.
is evidenci thai Mr Ken-
, y feels the rein i r Easl
far
Whiti H i
pied as il v- with Berlin. Latin
America. Southeast Asia, and
other crisis situations. State De-
partment career officers, sensing
a vacuum, began asserting a one-
sided, pre Arab line at Israel's
expense.
This maj account for the Pres-
i(l,iii.- designation of one of his
most trustee lieutenants to main-
tain a daily watch. Good-natur-
ed Mike Feldman, now officially
the Whiti House s "Watchman of
Israel." is aware "the watchman
ot Israi I doth i I sleep and doth
not slun i:
i, ., zealots seek lo
m s or that Administra-
tion when they con-
front Mi : n at in [sra< -
,-,.,.,.;, Tem;)!r. their
melted by the
, ham ely v ife the foi
litz, Phila-
Mr Fi Talm i lie In-
sights legal
authi rit) Xat rally, it will be
impi ssii le I him to solve all
Jewish i brought to thc
Whiti ..' But neither will
he be fn sist from them.
Foreign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN
The Tragic Passing Away
Of Israel's Rabbi Maimon
Jer isali
pABBI YEHUDA-LEIB Mai-
* mon. who passed away two
weeks ago at th'i age of 87. wi -
one of the most colorful person-
alities of the Zionist movement
and tin Stati oi Israel.
Rabbi Maimon. one of the
founder- of th< Miz
ligious Zioi is) < anization,
resented a unique combination
oi gr .' cholar and practical
politician: of sharply defim
views and a broad open mind;
:' religious zeal and tolerance; ..: tr: ditoin and ch<
tradictory as these qualities may appear, they were
r.ot. Underlying them was a greal boundless love for
Eretz Israel which guided and determined all his actions
and combined them all into one harmonious quality ot a
great Jew.
In one- (,.' h numerous letters to Prime Minister B-r.-
Gurion, in which he complained about the lack of rever-
ence on the part of the Mapai Party on matters of re-
ligion, he observed: "Never in my whole life have 1 ever
publicly uttered a word of criticism against Eretz Israel."
He never did. despite the fact that his whole public life,
whether as member of the Jewish Agency executive or
as member of the Israel Government, was marked by
almo-t never-ceasing battles dotted with resignations,
He was a man of great vision and limitless public and
personal courage. It is no coincidence that a great and
deep friend-hip developed between him and Premier Ben-
Gurion, a friendship never affected by the numerous and
often bitter interparty clashes. It was a friendship that
withstood the test of years and controversies, and re-
mained unimpaired until the very last day.
Whatever the internal and interparty conflicts, they
always found a common language when it came to funda-
mentals; it was ihe common language of love for Eretz
Israel, of the vision of the State and of courage. To Rabbi
Maimonlike to Ben-Gurionthe Jewish State was a
reality many years before it came into being; even in
the darkesl days oi the British Mandatory regime Jew-
ish statehood was within him.
I recall one day. in the late 30'' Rabbi Maimon I
into th of the Jewish Agency m Jerus
. dictating .. -harp note ot protest to the B
That mornii
arrived by boat in Haifa "Imagini k v
sentmi official -
To be i rs of the ex
....
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state was to
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dempl
With his e ] ay-
one of tl set 1
'. of Israel reborn.
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN
r A Flood of Facts Obscures the View
THE JEWISH MIND. By Gerald Abrahams. 420 pp.
Boston: Beaccn Press, 25 Beacon st. S6.00.
BARRISTER GERALD ABRAHAMS. g
" Oxford University, has writtei
and political theory: he is a formei fessoi
Belfast University. He- is also an Inti
Master and the author of thi po|
Mind." His book on the mor< serious pann
ishness. it it end- ir, a stalemati is yet ins;
profusion of gambits plaved on
eclectic scholarship (and that about beats
phor into the ground i.
But it's terribly difficult to ft llov It's 1
of book in which marvelous odd bits lion
Talmuclic tidbits, linguistic lore, historic
stand out to be remembered with fair fn
in which the main line of thought is m
among the clutters of digressii ns, parent icsi -, -
so independent as to be hardl.v relab
lengthy footnotes interesting as tin > all an
of this is simply a matter oi style; Mr Abrah; -
addicted to lone sentences which subdividi an
subdivide into other areas, and although I havi .
for just such a possibility on Faulkner ai
James. I still get lost.
Some of the trouble, however is not the ithor's
lack: in fact, it is his compliment to the Amei
audience to which this edition of the book is ad
Mr. Abrahams assumes much wider general ki
lews pos ny ref-
: compie11 .. kei >elon
[recalled Thi j
- fingi rti| .
ol imn -' in .; il tew
-
- i h i sonii
. Jev
hat
Wi 'ii il does it

iitei V sei
era with th<
- aboul
icellent:itli cuss
I Jewish i
ai
neurosis conseq lenci
i-itivit; he suggest." Sartri intei
mg description ol Jew ..- i lutely takii .
.- the permai i
'' f his b Abrahams imends
rather than alii i I
-' it's reallj .. Ify book
pi fa highly orig-
: ps.il can' be
fxpeni ci S\ allowed at a -... ever, it maj li<
Between You and Me:
By BORIS SMOLAR
U.S. Helps Nasser to Buy Aggressive Arms
\
A VERY CURIOUSand also danger
** game i- now being played by the
State Department in helping Egypt to in
crease it- military power against Israel
II is well known that for year- the State
Department has been refusing to act on
pplication by the Israel Government
I i rmit the purchasing in the United
- of certain kind- of defensive arms
' ; th Jewish State Ho u
rtment does i I hi sitati m i ;. lp \ '., r
: Soviel
' ss,
-
-
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I! ''> amounts to subs ,. the United States
*assi "arJ Plans thr. hack door, what
' aso finances ai th, same time Russia's
, to produce .
eofai ,i, have becom, ah-
N'asser Under
- '^reis er why members of
. serious en-
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN ANO FOR OAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 56571.C
IN RE; E.-tal.- ol
si.M. IN STEINBEKO, .
I'.. 1.IM.I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All ifedttor* ind All Persona Hav-
ing Ctalms .! Demand* Agaln*l Said VICTOR J VITiiNE,
Estate
^'..i..... hi rebj nm I fled and 11- (_
pn 'ii an} clalm> and di ; VXXA K VITuNE,
:111m.I> which n .11 ma) lune agali
the estate '< Simon Steinbi 8 de- SUIT FOR DIVORCE
. ised late of Hade Count) Florida, t, \NNA K VIToXI
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 785'
to the Count) .IuiIki.- ->f Bade County.
ami file the same In duplicate 1 id .1-
pnivltled in Section 733 16, Floiida
Statutes, in their ..fii. In the Coun-
n la
klntlfl
NOTICE 8Y PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF I
FLORIDA N ANO FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No -jJC 7693
MICHAt LRRI.N ITI >N
.1 ami s a iev vrrinorow.
1 indani
5LT FOR DIVORCE
TO JAMES ANDREW ARRINOTON
V.mi n .ilii.-l thai 1 Bill
ol 1 unpl tin Divorce has been
filed 1- 1 you. ind ) ou are 1 -
quired '. -- 1 n> of youi vn-
BWl ,. :.,., ung the Bill "i 1 'm
..i-imi ,. ih- plnlntlff a Attorney,
SIIEVIN : siHMAN \ HOI.TZMAN,
81 Ig Miami 3t, Florida
iiinl file tli......u nil AnsWel ..r Plead-
i im in the iffii n the Clerk of the
, -,,. u|| ,. ,-, before the 2ith
.lav ..f August, 1 "'-' if you fall to
3a -.. b) .I.-fault in be
taken .- 1 I ''''' ''"-
n ind ;.....
Tin. nol ihall is published once
each week for I tlvi k
in THE Jl iRIDI \N
DONE VN.' |RI>EKEI> Miami,
Fiorid lay of i"l>. A.D
B. B IA RMAN 'l.-rk.
Cli 11 :
HEI.l n Kl --1.1:1:
I nit) '.
sii..\ In, ; 1 Im in A 11 .......in
1' ,
By: A
;\ 1 '..ir liousi 111 I lade '...1111 -. Flot -
Ida, within si\ ealendui month* from
Hi., nm.. ..f the first publication here-
... .,, ihe -. in- will In barrel
Huted .1 .Miami. Florida, thla 2h
da) of Jul) \ 11 r.".-
M IN MK STEIN IIBRll
\- Executrix
|, ii.ii. .111.>n ..1 tin- nol on
h. 2 ih du) of -1111> 1962
ST WI.KY M I'REH
ail.111. 1 for Executrix
-i 1 .-, i bold Building
Miami 32, F*loi Ida
7 27, 1-10-1"
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANO FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 56391
IN RE: Estate of
ISIIKIRE ARONOVITZ,
I .,, -.!.-..I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
1-.. All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims .! Demands Against Knld
Estate
You are hereby notified and re-
I I I i T -il tO I" '- HI HI. .11111- .111.1 .1.
inands which you nia> havi
, .. A \V I lell
I'.. Box

\ .... !.. 1 ; notified thai .1 Bill
of '..in ilnl foi |i|\orci has 1
ni-.I .iu.iiii-: you, ami you are n -
inn.! : "ii. .....p) "i youi Vnswi'i
..r I'liatllns In Ihi Hill "i Complalm
........1 \" iirni MELVIX
I Ml Ri iF'l I' liox I2> Xorth Ml-
... 1 ... i-'i.....la ind file thi
original Vnswi 01 Pleading In 1 hi
,.! i. of thi Clerk of thi I'lri .1! '..nri
......r Ii r: 11 da; m \ igusi
..;_' 1 rail to .1" ludgmi hi
:. faull will taken agali
for Hi. 1. n. di n ..n 1. : 11 :ii. Bill 1.1
'ompla mi
Thi* nol Ii shall publlsl......m
eai'h Week 1 *
in THE I EUISH I- l.i IRII 'I VN
Hi IX E ANI '1:1 lEREI ..1 M
Florida, ilii- IHth da) of Jul) v I
1962
1: 1: LEA l"HERM VN, 1
. 1 ill Court, I lade 'ounl
(seall B) K. M. LYMAN
I .. j.'i: \ del
: : 3-1U-17
7/27. 8/3-10-17
Ait..1 nej foi 1 'I

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
v.. ri. 1: is 11 erf:by ;i v s
t*he"e"sta"te"of isi'lMiKK ARONovitZ fhi ingag.
- the am.
I'll.HERS K
loth Wenui Hialeah, I I. lid
to register said nam. u ii h 1 hi 1
of 1I1. di. uii Cii' I of P
Florida
V\ I I.I.I AM I COHION
1:. IN VI.l 1 V' IER
vi VRWIN > vssi:i.
An..in. ) fn William 1'. Cohen
and lt..it.ii.i
: <-; 11
deceased late ..f Dade County, Flor- '" '"'V'!;:,"
Ida. I., the County Judge* ol l>ndi ','.,''I,N hl-x',,''
County, and file the same In duplicate
and prov :.i...l In Section
1 loi Id 1 Stal mi's, in hell offlcet In
the Count) Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six 1 n .1 .1 1
in nitha "in the time of the first
publication hereof, the same will
! barred
Dated al Miami. Florida, iliii- 5th
da) ..f July, a D. 196!
PAI'LINE ARONOVITZ
\ vdmhttftrBtrlx C.T v.
BYRI N I. SPARSER
A.....in-, f.n Admfnlstratrlx c.T.A
il'" 1.In. ..in ltd Miami Beach 1 K
_ 7 .'7 .
NOTICE UNDER
NOTICE OF SUIT
or
ORDER OF PUBLICAT ON
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TMg
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU'"" 7 r
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR D A Z Z
COUNTY. IN CHANCER>,
No. 62C 7258
ANTONIi 1 ABEI.LA.
'
I
All:. |RA ABELL V.
11. 1. n.l.ini
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tl 1 Al'Rl RA VBELLA
_".. \\ St reel
New York City, X
Y VI'Rl IRA AIIELLA are her.
.1 thai n Bill ..1 ...
1 n\ ,1. ii-- 1.. en filed tgatnsl
and > "ii .1 re required to serv. ..
of youi Vnswel Ol I 1
Itill of Complaint on thi I -
Attorney, s \ Ml" E I. I'i IL1CASTR
i:-'.' .- V\ 17' h V\. :. :. M
1 Im Ida, .in.1 flti thi
- u 1 1 ii- P
f the Circuit 1
13th 'I..', of Am
: dn --. j ulgmenl b)
will he I
he lellel In thi BUI

1 11 ii..-1. shall be published
week for
in THE JEWISH I'I.' iRIDI VN
HONE v.\|. ORDERED .u Mia
hi* 9th 'i of J
E I' LEATHERMAN, Clerk
I '...I. 1'.
II) K M I.YMAN
Depot) Clerk
______ 1_3
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
No. 47059-B
RE ESTATE OF
MICHAEL I'K.NAl-.i 1 nka
Mli'llKI.E DENARO
Drcei
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR
FINAL DISCHARGE
\.. riCE 1- hi i. bj given thai I ha
filed m) final report and petition f.ir
Final Dlschargi a* Administrator
.'T v of thi -in. of Mi. hael Dei
.ik., Michel- Henaro deceased: and
I1..1 on thi 13th da) -f August, 1 162
will appl) to the Honorabli l-rm-.k F'-
Hi.wllng, Jr. Count) .liidce "I Dad*
Count). Florida, for approval : sal 1
final report and fox final discharge
- Vdminlsti "r v thi estate
n( Michael Henaro aka Mlchele :-
,1. .,, ded
Tln> 1 Ith da. ..f .luly. 19*!
S VRl.Xl l: C( 1STANZ1 I,
Administrator 1TA
l-UNi'l-:. FINK & I ORMAN
-- Rldg
Mi.-inu J* l-'i:. l-'l: I-IM7I
Vitorne) for Admlnistratoi 1 'TA
____
NOTICE OF SUIT
or
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 7463
IAMES R 1IRIMSH V W .
Plaintiff,
\ -
ESTHER VI DAVIS URIMSHAW,
Hefi 1.lalll
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tl E hi VI Davis 11l Imshaa
You K-iii. 1 M i i.i. 1- tlrlmshaw are
hereb) notified thai a Bill .>f C
for 1 'i...i. hai been filed
- -1 ) ou, and you ar- required 1
-. 1 .. ;, cop) of ...in Answei "I I'l.-.ld-
i,l tn Hi. Bill Complaint on the
tiff's am.- 11. .. II VYES vv. 1. 1] 1
SR 11 1 Blscaym Rldg Miami 12
1 ginal vii ... r or
ng 11 in. offlci ..1 the Clerk if
ii. circuit Courl "ii or before the
of a if ..ni fall
.i. -... Judgment h) default ..ill be
ago Inst ..ii for thi 1 ellef de -
nun.1..1 in ili. Bill "i Complain!
Thi* 1 -hail published once
foi.....nsi. tlvi .> eke
In THE JEWISH l-'l.' iRIDIAN
1'i.Ni: \N'D iiRDERF:!) at Miami.
Florida, thi* i"Ui !,<} "f July, A.D.
1
1 LEATHERM VN. Clerk,
Circuit court, Dade County, FL.rida
.-, all B) K II I.ANVV VY.
I >. put) 1 "let k
II VYES Wi U, si:
lit] I'.'-.-nwi. Bldg
VI
-. foi Plaintiff
7/13-JO-27. I 3
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY CSIVKN thai
ili.. undersigned, desiring to engagi In
business under the Fictitious name of
VMAL VLLSTATE8 VAN LINES al
,;n N u 72 Terrace, Miami in:, ml- da) of July, 1M2
I., register said nam.- witli thi Clerk OFTiRHARDT BI'CHER
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HFTRF7BY HIVEN thai
the iin.i.-r-i-ii. .1. I. -ini- i" engagi In
business .* .1. : ii. ii- 'ill.>ii- nnmi I
DELTA in I'i s'l'Ki 1:.- .11 numb.
N K lovth Street :n Hi. Count) nl
I i;i.l. .1 register thi
sai.I name with the Clerk of il" Cir-
cuit '' "111 of I :'l- 1 '..llllt I
Dated al Miami, Florida, thla 17th
,,: the Clrcull Courl of Dadi t'ounty,
II..: 1.la
1: VSTBRN VAN LINES, INC.
KOVNKH ,\ MANNHEIMER
Vttoi ii.-. for
stern Van Lines, Inc.
- :-l"-17
sole ....ner
Al: Till 1: vv K VRLICK
An..1 ii. foi Vpplli .. '
:t.'i 1 llm ayne Roujevard
Miami. Florida
20-27
7-1"
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 7429
PR VNK 1: V V (1LAZE11ROOK8,
Plaintiff,
. -
SANCY I .1 IE SLAZEBROOKS,
I >. -. n.innt.
ORDER TO APPEAR
Y. .1 NANCY : I": E QLAZE-
BRooKS, !fl Toppana lan.- N, .. -
buryport, Mass., are required i" serve
.. ..I OUI an-.. 1 In Ih. 1 '.-111 -
plain) f'-i dlvorci on Plaintiff's attor-
ney i'i.ui.1. \i Ramesi 202 Calumet
Blip Miami, Fin., and file the orig-
inal answei In the offk*i ol I' l- k
of iii. dr. uii Court on 01 before the
lath da. of August, i'":.. 01 a l" -
n:. ---. ..ill li. -ill. 1 ed :i- 1
you l'.n. d Jul) I". I
E I) I.E VTHERMAN. I
. uii 1 '..uri, 1 >ade 'ounty, Florl I .
.-. .ill It) K II I.ANWAY
1 n-iuit. 1 'lei k
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Page 16- A
Past presidents of the Synagogue Council of America join
incumbent president. Rabbi Julius Mark (third from left), in
affixing an Israel-made Mezuzah to the doorpost of the new
headguarters of the Council in New York City. Shown (left
to right) are Rabbi Max D. Davidson, of Perth Amboy (1958-
60); Rabbi David de Sola Pool, of New York (1938-40); Rabbi
Julius Mark, of New York; and Rabbi Bernard J. Bamberger,
also of New York (1949-51).
British Hear Report On
Restitution to Nazi Victims
LONDON (JTAi A British
Government official told the House
of Commons this week that the
West German Government has paid
out 1.283.884.885 marks ($320,971,-
221). as t*f Apl. 1. in restitution to
victims of Nazi persecution.
The figure was given by Peter
Thomas, Parliamentary Secretary
of State, in response to a series of
questions by Mark Woodnutt. a Con-
servative member of the House ot
Commons He asked for the total
paid by the West German Govern-
ment under the restitution law. the
percentage of the total amount still
cue and what proposals the West
State Dept. Says
Nasser Aid Funds
Used for Food
Continued from Page 1-A
with the department's reasoning.
He is the author of a proviso,
known as the Keating-Halpern
amendment, now incorporated in
foreign aid legislation, requiring
that U.S. aid "is not used directly
or indirectly to finance Soviet
arms purchases."
The senator said it was "a source
of concern to see President
Nasser deliberately stepping up the
M-nis race .'" He stressed that
direct negotiations, not appea>e-
inent must be our ami "
He said 'l shall be following
this situation closely to insure that
the present language in the foreign
aid bill is enforced and that our
government dues not subsidize, di
rectly or indirectly. Arab militar-
ism "i- propaganda."
German Government had made to
pay more than the limit of 1.500.
00.000 marks t375.0O0.0O0) agreed
to by the West German Govern-
ment and the three Western pow-
ers in 1952.
He requested an assurance that
the British Government woi/ld in-
sist on compe.-.sation in full be-
fore a peace treaty was signed
with Germany. The Parliamen-
tary Secretary also reported that
claims of up to 20,000 marks
($5,000) were paid in full, while
higher claims in general had been
paid up to 50 per cent.
He said that claims of those whi
are 65 years and older would be
paid immediately up to 75 per cent,
to a maximum ol 100.000 marks
($25,000).
He said the Bonn Government
had not made any proposals to the
British Government for paymen.
of more than the agree.1 total o
1.500.000.000 marks, but that thi
West German Government was ex
amining whether and to what ex
lent arrangements more favorable
to claimants could be made as tht
result of a recent amendment U
the restitution law.
THE JEWISH HOME
FOR THE AGFD
needs for its
THRIFT SHOP
All your furniture, clothing,
linens, dishes, drapes, etc.
All proceeds go toward! support of
the Horn*. You may contribute, take
tair deduction or we will pay cath
for lame. Remember we ere NOT
profit-making organiiation We
are helping your community to keep
it* dignity. By helping others you
ara helping yourself! Manufacturers
and jobbersrememberwe can use
II your xitcastt or misfits
Pease call us for early
pick-up.
THE JEWISH HOME
FOR THE AGED
THRIFT SHOP
7331 N.W. 27th Avenue
Ph. 696-2101
Closed Saturdays
El Al Reports
Net Profit
By Special Report
NEW YORKEl Al Israel Air-
lines reported a nel profit of S210,
;i03 during the fiscal year en ed
March 31, 1962, according to Brig
Gen. K Ben-Arzi, managing direc
tor. ho described this profit as
landing in view of the losses
incurred during the past year by
many airlil
Gen Ben-Arzi sail El Al's i iss
- 'Am-.- approximatel) $370,'
000, but following the devaluation
of the Israeli currency in February
adjustments had to be made in for-
ij:. loans lei- flight equipment.
Income for th toi ailed near-
-18 3 million, re|
i en ent lncn ise over the pre\ ious
year Gen Ben-Arzi said thf com-
pany expected n^ income to rise
142.5 million during the current
sear The number of pacnger>
flown by El Al between April l.
1961 and March 31, 1962 totaled
171.000 passengers, an inerease of
50 percent over the previous year.
Freight and mail earned increas-
ed by 52 percent during the same
period.

Vet Hospital Metiers lews
TUCSON. Ariz (JTAi The
Veterans Hospital here has present-
ed an award certificate to the Tuc-
son Jewish Community Council
for its volunteer service- to pat-
ients. The JCC contributed funds
each month tiuriiu the past year
to the recreation fund at the hos-
pital.
fjmfsti nrrH*T>r
Friday, August 3 :?5j|
RF.Goodrich
NORTON TIRE CO
Main Store: 5300 N.W. 27th Ave.
Open 24 Hours All Day Sunday
Visit our New West Hollywood store
6017 Hollywood Boulevard
$Sii<
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hASn
V
NYLONS
and
RAYONS
tow, iow
Blackwall
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plus Fd. to. !
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add 1-80
was on ah sizes'.
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by ISABEL GROVE
.,. ;, ivid Catsman start U l on lasl m<
. sor'h Carolim > s '
is attending Then a 1 it ti California
I vngeles Carmel, Sequ< ia National Park, V i
mi Hill By thia Sundaj they'll be ... San
.. American Bar Assn. convention which lasts until
f They'll be joined there by Martha an Stanlej Myers,
I in Honolulu. On the way back, the Catsmans will
,,; i Las Vegas Then he'll return to his office
I "vfisits with her sister in Denver ... The other Cats-
15-year-old Ellen, at camp in Orleans, Mass., had
| mother earlier this summer .
., ney, Leonard Egert and wife. Natalie, left Sunday
N l *here he will attend the Practising Law Institute .
1 v. ,,, their way to Beverly Hills, Calif., for several
1^,.. ii Natalie's sister.
d Gloria Pallot driving their two cute youngsters,
l .. and .lane 3. to the family farm ... Conneaut, O. Then.
lhe vi ung debs enjoy the novelty of horses, cows and chick-
C ,tor parents will fly to Gotham Town tor a more sophisticated
1 at th- Brosdwav shows and restaurants Late in An-
I ; lots will rejoin their daughters, and they'll all return
L ether
re to hear musical great- Van Cl.burn and Igor Slra-
:; ,, other, was more than Lillian Kraff could resist
5h. has left for Israel and the second International Music
I then sponsored by the American Israel Culture Founda-
loi
Du( north for the ZweigeOthals, Bea and Arthur First
L. roc, to visit with their daughter and grandsons Then
th. home office in Manhattan of Riverside Memorial
. -, .' .inc. Arthur is an executive with the organization here
ebec, Montreal and Ottawa, crossing back into this
ra Falls before starting for home.

Max Kolkcr home at last from a trip that started in
l '.',- Ah.n they went to Jerusalem as delegates of United
\ (in June 8. the\ received the happy news that
grandchild, Roger Worth, had been born in Day-
The Kolkers flew directly to Ohio for the naming of the
lh. of the former Mar.lynn Dick and Louis Worth.
| the former Belle Kolker and Dr Harry Dick
the rustic surrounding.- of Weaverville. NX., for
N than Machtey Physical act.vit.es confined to
lent than walking in the woods or playing shuttle-
. :.,1 pursuits included chess, checker.- and bridge
urn. and they loved every minute Ol it .
complexion Mrs Helen Sparber is sporting these
: in the Flori !a sun Actually, she brought it
He, N.C., where she visited her grandson, eighl
, ho is spending his first year in camp at Pine-
I her daughter, Gldys (Mrs Ralph Kaplan.
I per's mother.

'.
"Jewish FloridLian
two months on the mad for Mr- Jennie VI Miller
liter Jeri, who are motoring to Los Angeles to visit
: attend the wedding ol a nieci there Mrs,
calligraphist, a fast-disappearing art .
eph E Rackovsky, ol Congregation Beth Tfilah, and
xtended study tour of the educational and religious
United St ites .
- : spiritual ad\.sor> around lh< home o( Dr and Mrs
.. 5Ummer No sooner had Mrs Glover s broth-
s Landau, returned to his pulpit, Congregation Betl
I. HI after a stay here. thai, her parents, RaM>i
Lanc|all arrived Dr Landau, spiritual leader
Service in New York City, was particularly inter
Cai h: ^quarters ol Hias on Biscayne blvd and
.... refupe. \ roblems th< y are coping with .
i il afte........ Bl lh. Skj I ake hi me ol Mrs Sey-
- i an, new president i : lh. Alb. rl Einstein group
- Wednesdaj as il womei
lhe organu tion Enjoying the membership
.ui.es Paul Abel, Sheila Baron B. rnard Berman,
; Grossman, Edward Hornreich, Ella Klebenov
N mai Lyons, Rubj Pallanl Coleman Rosei
and Arthur Willens
bi 85-ft. yacht, chartered bj 'he Cliff Dwellers
i lor young unmarrieds Saul Cohn. an executive
l discussing at King Arthurs Court the man) activities
' I mak. the four- lay trip to the Grand Bahamas in August
bll 01 e .
reds ol art enthusiasts and well-wishers on hand last week
rmal opening of th. Loft on the Mile in Coral Gables,
- cherished dream come true for Bob Hurw.t/ and hi- pretty
'- First nighten seen at the art showpiace, Judg
and Sylvia Friedman, th. Buddy Weissels. Dr and Mrs Mav
enhouse, Mr and Mrs Lee Ruwitch. Mr and Mrs 15.11
nd Mr and Mrs. Evans Barros. Mr. and Mrs. Seymour
' Shel on and Evelyn Kay. Harold and Lois Pomerantz. the
;' Suchmans and the Ed Strawgates .
Ihor of 'Calorie Countdown," Victor Lindlahr and wile
dining a: Tony's Fish Market with nary a though to you-
* -'.hat.

< from a two-week honevmoon in Jamica are th. L. wis F.
The lormer Barbara Ann Laskin and her attorney nus-
:< making their home in Coral Gables
'her returnees to Miami are the Irw.n Blocken
1 Pnt a month in New York with then youngstei daughter,
: '' Son, Michael, is in camp in Pennsylvania, wh.l. their
' tei Merrie, is visiting Wends in Connecticut, New
Pennsylvania.
Miami Florida, Friday, August 3. 1962
Section B
Cedars Auxiliary
Plans Jamboree
Cedars ol Lebanon Auxiliary is
having a barbecue and jamboree
at the Westbrooke Country Club on
Saturday night.
The summer informal is keyed
to relaxation and the evening will
include square dances, waltzes,
the twist and the fox-trot Refresh-
ments will be ribs and chicken.
Co-chairman are Mrs. Hersehcl
l.eschel and Mrs Jacob Colsky,
with Mrs Mitchell Goldman in
charge of tickets. Committee
members are Mesdames Benjamin
Oren, Arthur Gilbert, Warren
WitUS, Leonard Brodsky, James
Rodenberg, Arthur Kaufman and
Doris Margulis.
Mrs. Nathaniel Levin is president
of Cedars of Lebanon Auxiliary
which plays a vital role in the new
hospital. The lobby shop and guard-
ian program are Auxiliary fund-
raising projects and the in-service
volunteer program assists the hos-
pital in providing care and com-
fort for its patients
Donning hats ior the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Auxiliary
"Grand Old Saturday Night Jamboree" are members of the
hostess committee. Left to right are Mrs. Warren Witus, Mrs.
Leonard Brodsky (seated) and Mis. Arthur Gilbert.
Mr and Mrs. Hvman Eisenbaum. Jewish National Fund vol-
un.eer workers, examine Me Ami. twin city of Miami, on the
map of Israel. The Eisenbaums have strengthened the deve -
cpment of the twin city by establishing a forest Ujere.
forest is expected to help reclaim the land on which Me ......
will be situated end also help in its defense against hosL.C
attack.
Center Camp Plans Programs
Th. Tim< Mai him will be pre-
sented bv campers of Camp Ma
ha Bee Wednesdaj evening m the
auditorium of the Miami YMHA
Branch, which sponsors the sum-
mer day camp program.
Life from the stone age through
th. space age will be portrayed in
songs, dances and dramatics
A family supper and auction was
to be held this Thursday night on
the grounds of the Beach "Y" un-
der the sponsorship of Camp Shal-
om Funds raised will go to the
camp scholarship fund. The annual
Camp Shalom show will be present
ed Monday, and is called "Anyone
lor Dreams?"
"Artists and Models" is the
them, foi the final week at Camp
Soar, al the North County Branch
of the eater Mil mi Jewish Com-
munity Centei
Highlight will bt a clotheslin.
an shoe and craft exhibits. All
rc< ms be dec. rated i
; nd skits will be presented
Or. Sunday, from 4 to 7 p.m.. a
Mardi Grasand auction will u pr
sented. with all proceeds goinj U
the cami scholarship fund.
Beth Am Ladies
Planning Weekend
Ttrr.pl* Beth Am Sisterhood is
planning a weekend at the Naples
Beach Club on Friday Saturday
and Sunday. Aug. 10. 11 and 12.
Bus transportation will be avail-
abl*. and a baby-sitting servic* will
be provided for afternoon* am
evenii gs
C( chi irmi n of the affi n rt
Mn i... Goodman and Mrs Frt<
Segal.
Th Sisterhood held a mi
Bbip tea Wednesday afternot
Miamians Back
From Travels
Mrs. Harry Altman. 10006 E. Bay
Harbor dr.. Miami Beach, and Mrs.
Bella Kahn. 3368 S\V 4th st Miami,
icturned on Monday from a month-
long Pioneer Women's tour of Is-
rael and Europe.
The tour, which hegan on July 1
from New York International Air-
pert, took the group of 140 travel-
ers from 16 state.- on excursion-
through France. Italy. Switzerland,
and Israel. High points of the
trip were visits to border settle-
ments and immigrant instruction
centers in Israel maintained bv
Moetzet Hapoalot, sister group of
Pioneer Women Tour members
also attended special receptions
given in their honor bj Israel C.ov-
t rnment officials.
Pioneer Women, sponsors of the
tour, provides almost half of all
social services for Israeli women,
youth, and children in nearly 1.00(1
ch-ld care and immigrant rehabili-
tation centers throughout Israel.
Senior Citizens
Install Tuesday
Inst ceremonj for the
i |j chartered s inshine St al e
litizens Cli b I will be held
., ...\ 8 p.m at Washington
s and Loan Assn ,
Si rmandy !s.<
. .urn ol thi club, formed
12 to indicat. thai senior citi-
..- ol this area art for Medicare,
- Louis Shapiro
er officers an Mrs Esther
istein first vice president;
Sonter, -< -and vice presi-
rent; Albert Wilner. treasurer;
Urs Gladys B. Fendel, secretary
and financial secretarj
Board of directors include Surf-
Vice Mayor Louis B. Hober-
man. Miami Beach Vice Mayor
Malvin Englander Miami Beach
cilman Melvin Richard, Rab-
ti Eugene Labovlu, of Temple
\ir Tamid, Rabbi Isaac Ever, o
Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. of Tem-
pi. Menorah. Noah J. Warren,
minister of the First Presbyterian
Church of Miami Beach. Mrs. Mil-
dred Pepper, Jack Rothstein, Hen-
rj C. Longworthy. Mrs. Louis
Black ind Mrs. Ray Baldwin.
Xhj J- comprises sec-
- of North Shirt. Surfside. Nor-
andj Isle, Indian Creek, Biscayne
-. Biscayi < Beach, and Park
Island, i I any person can
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Friday, August 3, ]oc
Mizrachi Women's Leader Leaves Rich Heritage
By Special Report
Mrs. Bessie Gotsfeld, honorary
rial president of the Mizrachi
Women's Organization of America,
..: ir women's religious-Zion
:-: organisation in the Upited
States, died in Tel Aviv Sunday at
the age of 72.
In failing health for the past two
years, Mrs. Gotsfeld entered the
Asuta Hospital in Tel Aviv with
her terminal illness in hue June.
At her bedside was her sister-in-
law, Mrs Samuel Goldstein, of
Brooklyn. NY., a past national
president of Mizrachi Women.
For more than a quarter of a
century. Mrs. Gotsfeld served as
Israel representative of the organi-
zation she had helped to found,
initiating ana developing an exten-
sive network of child-care and soc-
ial welfare projects supported by
the efforts of American Mizrachi
Women.
To thousands of children and
young people brought to Israel by
Youth Aliyah she "as guide, con
firiante. and substitute mother. Is
recent years, one of her great joys
was being addressed as "Sabtah"
tgrandmother! by the young chil-
dren of parents who had once been
11 charges.
Mrs. Gotsfeld's first experience
vith refugees and social welfare
work in the United States was in
aiding Jewish refugees fleeting re-
ligious persecution in Czarisl Russ-
ia.
Leader's Role
Mrs Gotsfeld was born in Gal-
icia, Poland, and emigrated to the
United States in her early 'teens.
Shortly after her marriage to the
late Mendel Gotsfeld. she moved
her home from New York City to
Seattle. Wash. There she rapidly
assured a leadership position in the
rehabilitation and resettlement of
thousands of Jewish refugees arriv-
ing in the West Coast port from
Bussia.
Following World War I. her
established interest in Zionism and
a flair for organization and admin-
istration found expression in an
effort to bring together on a na-
tion.;! level several auxiliary wom-
en's groups of the Mizrachi ire-
ligious-Zionist) organization. In
125, the >al v achieved with
(he fou Ihe Mizrachi Worn-
,,,-. o ion of America, which
has grown to a membership ol
s me a i omen, organiz i into
n ore than 350 local chapters in
every sei lion o| the United States.
After a preliminary survey in
I ne in 1926, Mrs Gotsfeld
recommen ed u> the newly-formed
izalion as its firsl work the
establishment of vocational train-
ing centers for adolescenl girls in
Israel. The project was adopted
and bore fruit in the establishment
of the Beth Zeiroth Mizrachi in
Jerusalem, a school in which young
women were taught home econ-
omics, dressmaking and other skills
in an atmosphere of traditional
Judaism, Under Mrs. Gotsfeld's
direction, the Beth Zeiroth Miz-
rachi in Jerusalem was rapidly fol-
lowed by other projects of a sim-
ilar nature, notably the Beth Zei-
roth Mizrachi in Tel Aviv. The
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Camp Winding
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Final activities are being planned
at Beth Torah Congregation's
Camp Ha-Ge-Gah under the super-
vision of Hy Tadelman. camp di-
rector.
The circus will be the theme of
the show to be held during the last
week of camp with Mrs. Arthur
Cohen directing. The campers are
preparing the colorful costume-.
and Mrs. Harry Schorr and Mrs.
Charles Heyman are creating the
scenery in the arts and crafts
classes
Cal Peltz, swimming instructor,
is planning to give Red Cross tests
during the sixth week of camp
Highlights of the past week
were a camper-counselor day. a
silly hat contest and a visit to
National Airlines by the junior and
senior groups
Winners of the "Color War." in
which two team- oi campers com-
pete against each other in all
phases of camp activities during the
, last two weeks, will be announced
on Aug. 17. the la-t ay f camp,
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trend she established has continued
throughout the history of the or-
ganization anil through her efforts
the Beersheva Vocational High
Unit Appoints
Mrs. Goldberg
Mrs Sol Goldberg ha- been nam-
ed chairman of a newly-created hos-
pital activities committee tor Na-
tional Children's Cardiac Hospital.
Leo Robinson, president ol Miami's
nationally-known free, non-sectar-
ian hospital devoted exclusively to
rheumatic and congenital hear)
disi ase in children, made the an-
nouncement last week
A- chairman ol tin- new com-
mittee.'' Robinson pointed out,
"Mrs. Goldberg will have overall
responsibility for recruiting, indoc-
trinating an,I training all volunteer
workers for the hospital .lust as
we rely on voluntary contributions
to provide our services, we rely
on voluntary help for clerical
needs, patient entertainment, and
other work with the young chil-
dren.
Recently elected a member of the
board of governors, Mrs. Coldberg
served for two years as president
of the North Dade women's chap
ter of the hospital.
Working with her on the commit-
tee will be the presidents and aid
committee chairmen of the South
Florida chapters of National Chil-
dren's Cardiac Hospital.
| will be added tin- Fall 0
,fce chain of high schools operat-
Mizrachi Women S au-
spices
In the '30'S. with the rise of Hit
ler and the beginning of mass
, ,.,,, of Jewish" refugee* from
EuTOpe, Mrs. Gotsfeld set up and
established orphan-' homes, chil-
dren's centers and nurserii in all
parts ol Israel to provide care for
the younger victims of Nazism
Through these years, and with the
arrival of the first child escapees
from war-torn Europe, Mrs. Got!
feld worked with indefatigable en-
ergy and outward calm to create
child-care institutions for orphans
v. ho had stemmed from traditional
Jewish backgrounds.
Aided Refugees
Working at two level- she estab-
lish) d -cres of temporan installa-
tions and simultaneously insisted
on "building for permanence"
many institutions which she pie
dieted would become the core of a
social-welfare, child care and edu-
cational structure in the as yet un-
realized Jewish state
With the establishment of Israi I
;s Mis Gotsfeld helped direct
ihe energies of Mizrachi Women
ii to meeting the emergencies creat-
ed by an overwhelming influx of
.1, w i-h men. women and children,
from Middle. Eastern and S
.\irii;,n countries, emphasizing six
:. I I \ ice acti\ ities to .Is.|-1 new
from more than a score "t
countries in the process ol in
lion.
Among the major institutions she
helped to create are the Betei Zei-
.ii rusalem. Tel A\ iv and in
Beersheva, the Mo-.id Aliyah Chil-
dren's Village al Petach Tikvah,
ll i Bessie Gotsfeld Children's VMl-
... .mil Farm School, i Kfar 15at-
yai dedicated in her honor in 1947,
the Bakka Settlement Houses, in
Jerusalem, the firsl institutions of
their kind to be established in Is-
rael's capital, and the Haifa Com-
munity Center, established jointly
with Canadian Mizrachi Women, in
Israel's major port city, in lltafi.
Affectionate Regard
liver the years. Mr- Gotsfeld re-
turned periodically to the United
State- i,, eonsull with leaders of
the organization -he helped to
found on these occasions, most
recently in 1959, and in continuous
correspondence, she empha.-
to Israel by American ,:.
as"a two-way br
,, ...i importance to the \
.}< wish community and to
conserving and ttevelopii
: i asures of the human
Mrs. Gotsfeld remained u
h the active and Inspi
i r, the philosophical gu
mentor of the organizatii
111 Iped to shape polic) dec i-
iec< ntly as June.
She was held ill deep ,u; ,
;, regard by meml ers
Mizrachi Women's Orgai
throughout the United Stati
most a score ol community
Mils are named in her honor. 4
is the Bessie Gotsfeld
planted in Israel by Ml/ ..
Women, through the Jewish \ |
al Fund. Among the man]
bestowed on her in her lifetimi
Ihe "Woman of Achievement'' me
n of the Women's in;,
, Exposition in New York t
citing Mrs Gotsfeld, in 1951 ^
the "Outstanding Women of
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Friday, August 3, 1962
+Jewist Fhridfiar
Page 3-8
\Jouth of the lA/cch
is a
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By ISABEL GROVE
When lovely Michele Levin grad-
'les next year at the aye of 18
S>m the Curtis Institute of Music,
e will be the youngest student
Who ha- ever received a double de-
gree i" piano and composition
Bom the Philadelphia school.
But musical "firsts" are routine
for this talented Miami Miss, who
be-,.,., picking out original melodies
Or the piano when she was only
three When she started to take
lessons, not < > was her progress
at the piano extraordinary, but it
a. discovered that she had per
feel pitch and could also transpose.
At >->' v|X- -n< was attending
theory classes at the University of
Miami school ol music and study-
ing piano with Cyrus I'llian. of Ft.
Lauderdale.
i-r Steinwaj Grand, receive,i
When she wa! eight, is autograph-
ed "To Micheh Levin, a promis-
ing young pianist, Sincerely.
Charles (i Steinway." She was the
Rrst child for whom anyone in the
Steinway familj had ever auto-
graphed a pian<
First Cadenza
The young artist's "mental musi-
cal maturity'' has always been at
Odds "th her numerical age. At
nine, she wrote her own cadenza
for Mozart's ( Minor Concerto,
which she performed with the Bos-
ton Pops'' under Arthur Fiedler.
She has written many pieces for
piano, violin, organ, flute, wood-
winds, strings and choral groups.
several of which have had per-
formances it Philadelphia. And
she still receives royalties for her
Hondo." published when she was
10.
That sanu year, the gifted young
artist auditioned for Dr. F.frem
Zinibalist. director of the Curtis
Institute, and was accepted. But
ff was not until she was tt that
her parent-. Dr and Mrs. Herbert
Levin, permitted her to accept the
scholarship and attend what she
enthusiastically refers to as "the
best music school there is."
HpnaMMMMMMI
M/CHflf IfVIN
. young virtuoso
Being the youngest student at
the school and everyone's "mas-
cot" never made Michele's schedule
any less rigorous. In addlton to
four and five hours a day for prac-
tising piano, and time for com-
position, several hours a day were
devoted to academic subjects with
private tutors.
At 13. Michele won a special
award for a sonata she had enter-
ed in a composition contest, and
in competition with 40 pianists,
won the Privilege of performing
with the Philadelphia Orchestra at
Robin Hood Deell.
Last summer, the teen-age vir-
tuoso of the beyboard played
George Gershwin's "Rhapsody in
Blue" at a Miami Beach "Pops"
concert with Paul Taubman, who
called her "a little genius."
In a packed Miami Beach Audi-
totrnim with an extra 200 seated
in the wings, the young musician
v.as enthusiastically received by
her home town and unanimously
praised by the criticis.
Avid Photographer
With limited time for hobbies,
Michele. who is an avid photo
grapher. gets up at 6 a.m. to take
pictures of the snow. "From the
first 1 loved the cold." she admits,
"and the play of light and shadow-
on the white snow and the many
shapes taken by the drifts just fas-
cinate me."
An avid reader, dark haired
Michele joins her parents when
I tion, I should like to perfect my
, French and German and complete
ISICICIVX my college academic require-
ments. "
"Of course my dream is to con-
certize and compose fine music,"
she adds seriously, "although I've
been told its impossible to do both
However. I've been doing just that
for years, and when I no longer havt
school work. I will have that many
more hours for the piano and coin-
posing." I
Even More Time
But there is still another year at
Curtis, and at present, this plea-
ant summer with her parents an.l
young brother Phillip The family
have Just moved to a new home,
at 5305 SW 64th ct and all en-
joy swimming and relaxing
around the pool, with occasion-
al recitals from Phillip, who is
studying the violin, with accom-
paniment by Michele.
But even during vacation, there
are the happy hours of practice
for talented, dedicated Michele
NEXT WEEK, Kenneth Frishman,
Southwest High School, 62.
ever possible in a group which dis-
cusses "Great Books." She even
writes romantic poetry, and a short
story of hers called "If I Were a
Library" is still included in a col-
lection for children published by
Prentiss Hall.
Attractive Michele loves to sing
and dance, "even the twist." and
is also a member of a jazz band
here, which meets as often as poss-
ible for jam sessions. "I don't
believe in being isolated from any-
kind of music." she explains.
"Whether you are a professional
musician, an amateur or just a
music lover, it's important to
be exposed to all kinds of music
so that eventually you can elimi-
nate what you don't like."
What's ahead for the tall teen
ager who also happens to be a
superlatively gifted pianist and
composer? "After graduation. I
will probably study for several
veals in Europe." muses Michele
"In addition to music and composi-
Rabbi Labovitz is Host
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, spiri-
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will be host on the Jewish Worship
Hour on Sunday, n a.m., over
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Dr Edwin I. Crosby, director ofi
the association, -aid that an insti-;
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order to be listed.
The AHA list of an patient care j
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homes, convalescent homes, rehab-
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medical supervision.
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patient, and arranges for diagnos-
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Young Israel
Plans for Building
At a meeting Wednesday of
Young Israel of Greater Miami,
Ernest Wolfman, architect who de-
signed the North Miami Beach City
Hall, presented plans for the syna-
gogue which Young Israel will
; build.
Included will be a Beth Medrash.
social hall, classrooms, catering
facilities, offices, library and a
rabbi's study.
Organized three years ago,.
Young Israel, affiliated with the
National Council of Young Israel. |
now has a membership of 100 fam- "
ilies.
The school department includes
a nursery, kindergarten. Talmud
Torah and a teen-age and adult
education institute.
Rabbi Sherwin Stauber is spiri-
tual leader, and serving on the
building committee are E. Unger,
M. Gottlieb. B. Lerner, H Lerner.
M. Frand. A. Goooze, S Nussbaum.
M. Lippman. J. Greenberg, L Ros-
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Sharf.
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First child. Caren Suzanne, born
July 26 to Josh and Carolyn Sirkin
in St. Petersburg, where the new
father is attending Stetson Cniver-
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Miriam and Milton Sirkin spent
the weekend getting acquainted
, with their new granddaughter, and
the tiny deb and her parents will
spend a month as houseguests of
the senior Sirkins this month.
Great-grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs Harry Sirkin.
,
Brian Aaron Collins joined 20-
Imonth-old brother. Steven Zvi. on
July IS. Parents of the two young
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Friday, August 3, 1932
rrance* Jm^ehtnacn
We
the
Women
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Sn tlieKealm of J^ociet
WAN<.[S
on 11.- fingersand spel
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
So you're 10I seeing double! picture does
The reason: Frances Lehman is "Woman of the Week Alth -
coi es as a complete surprise to her. me are certain her n are
she well deserves the honor.
rn in Ind anapolis, Frances Rothschild, the fai
to Akron when Frances was still a little girl And a vi girl
she was who because of her fi
si m became a leader among her fr
classmates Early in her grammar
., r, she hi an elocution conti si
. e, Frances has spouted poetrj al
t a Shakespeare, Rile; or Guesl \-
youngster, she would entertain for rganiza
- reciting The Little Match Girl" to the
ompanimenl of "Hearts and Flowi i
th by her besl friend, Myrtle
, man Mrs Morton Greenwood Bring-
e eyes ol her listeners, her recita-
tions jIso brought Frances leading roles in all
the hi :li school plaj s
i pon graduation from Akron University,
where she became active in her sorority, Al-
pha Epsilon Phi, Frances taught school. What
ability she lacked in arithmeticshe still counts
ling, she more than made up in capacity to stimu-
late nd hold the interest ol her young pupils
On her first date with Jean Lehman, her mother found them kissing
go c : iLiht on the front porch. Frances airily dismissed her mother's re-
buke with. "Don't worry! I'm going to marry him!" And she did.
Frances and .lean lived in Cleveland for several years, during which
turn their only child, son .lere. was born. A Florida vacation to visit
M> rile and Morton Greenwood resulted in the Lehmans' moving to Miami
Beach the following year, 1939. With son Jere in school. Frances imme-
diately became active in PTA. and subsequently rose to be its president.
The succession of her activities followed as one wave follows another
on the sea: two years as president of the Miami Beach Division of Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women; three years as president of the Great-
er Miami Section of Council, during which tenure seven divisions in the
Greater Miami area were successfully organized; founding president
of the Federation of Jewish Women's Organization.-; serving on the
boards of Ml, Sinai Hospital. Brandeis University National Women's
Committee, and American Jewish Committee, in addition to lending
her help and leadership to numerous community drives. Franco
proudly wears gold disc- presented to her by the many organizations
she served so faithfully. But the one disc she richly deserves above
all others would be for the many, many acts o| thoughtfulness and kind-
ness she performs time and again without fanfare, recognition or re-
ward.
with all if these activities, Frances' devotion to her ever-young
her, known to all affectionate!) as "Didi." her love for her stal-
wart husband Jean and son Jere, have known no bound.-. ] .
the Li hmai home to I patt rn sel early in
iod ol hearted hospitality and happim
!:,i there is a sp< h kle in Frances' eyes
tone ol special quality
his bride-to-be Barbara Vibbert I
home is I dth love.
Fere, B md Franci -
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FAMILY REUNION
Such fun il Milton and Belt) Malakoffs house. Daughter Marion
Mrs. Oliver P Williams, and her ,ghters, Ruth and Jessica"
visiting [rom Philadelphia. Whal interests five and six year-olds'
seeing trip ,nd the Parrot Jungle, for example, is now the order
ol .he day. The beach gets top billing Sun Fred, who has just grad-
from Ihn ard Law School, came home to join in the fun and help
lain his nil IS
FEATURE OF ATTRACTION
Winnie (Mrs. Leo Chaiken) wanted all of her friends to meet her
daughter-to.be Joanne Wolf, who will marry Robert Chaikin on
\ 12. So she had a luncheon in her honor al the Algiers hotel with
h.-appointments earned out in pink and white, along with white* love-
bnd>. The pro;ram was adorable, telling the story of Joanne's life
an. courtship Winnie introduced the participants by announcmg a
rh.iki-i1- f" ';"";," W"8 rapidly W*"* "' constellation
i*or wn.r V "" 'l"se "ffer "W"' data, including Mrs
, \ /' 7in d""";':' S m0,,ht'r' who lo1" abou h,'r childhood Reggfe
v *i u1"nle re8d auP0Pm' Another 1"'"1 ad by Cornel.
hv r i, VlnuJPhli,pSOn. T"en ,here were P*ions of thin to "me
by Carolyn We.nkle and read by her mother, Mrs. Jerome Wetokle Of
course all of the Wemkle clan were there. Ammil, the 222 were
Mrs Mark Harris. Mrs. Jake Erh.ich. and another new bride Sand*
Shapiro, now Mrs. Maurice Friedland. S*ndJ
Cohen, Gulkss
Plan for Wedding
Mr and Mr- Leo F Cohen, 1117
El Rado -t Coral Ga i!< s, former-
K ol Oil City, Pa., announce the
engagement oi their daughter, Mar-
joric Ann. to Samuel Gu
The bride-elecl is a graduate of
ylvania Stab I i rsity, Col-
lt.2e il Education, an I is now a
., lcner in the Dade countj school
Her sorority is Sigma Del-
ta Ta
Her fiance is a gr i the
rsity ol Flori la liege ol En-
neering He '' 'u"'k'
- iward a Doctor 1 hil 'sophy
.:, jree in phi sics tl '- '
member ol Tau BeU
- honor
societies.
parents oi the pr >s] cl
groom are Mr an 1 Mrs N
Gulkis, 2319 SW 22n
2f
Cohen, Raymond
Betrothal Told
Mr. .mil Mrs David Max i ,
3736 Prairie ave., are aim
the engagemenl of their d
Hallie Joy, to Paul Raymon
The pr
the son of Mr and Mrs
: md 826 Men I an
The .veddin De
MISS MAKJORIt COHEN
First, Schwartz
Eye Dec. Rites
Mr and Mr- Al I 623
NE 50th ter announ I
menl of their
Rita to Dr, Alien Ba imal I
to. Can
The bride-elecl is
Miami Edison High
versity of Miami.
Her fiance is
University ol Tot 5 ol ol
Medicine and :'
doctor at the Ml
m New York and Miami Beach
The wedding will take place in
December,
Jacobsons Mark
57th Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. David Jacobson.
1618 Michigan ave.. Miami Beach,
celebrated their 57th wedding an-
niversary on July L'7
They are the parents of Charles
R Jacobson. local public relations
consultant, and Owen Jordan, tele-
vision and movie actor, of York-
town Heights, N.Y.
David, aged 77. is a retired paint
er and decorator, who recently re-
ceived a national citation from the
Brotherhood of Painter- and Deco-
rators of America for his 50 con
secutive year- of membership in
the international organization of
craftsmen
The Jacobsons came to the Mi-
ami area in : 141 ifti r i ye u -
residence in Chii ag i Denver and
New York
Among "

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nd Toby J
'
Florida for thi fll
Vision Evaluation Service
. -.-
I
in --:
ition servn
.-ears of age can
free ej
- Iaj from 9 3 lam to i
a: Flaglei
S A S| pi
Temple Zion
Cabaret Night
Temple Zion Sisti spon
- >i i i abarei Night' at the Caril
Ion hotel Saturday night
In addition to dancing an 1 enter
tainment, there will be .1 free trip
ti- Nassau and to Bimini on the
Calypso Line-, and a weekend for
two at the Carillon hotel
Mrs Otto Hyman is in charge of1
reservations.
Pioneer Women's
Summer Camp
Assists Youth
By Special Report
One hundred and fort 1
da) run: N for 7,000 I '
children, half of whom at
:- to the State. .-..,
opened in Israel under a Pi
Women Moetzel Hapoalot pr
u a- announced this
Mrs Sidney Leff, national
dent of Pionei r Women
The camps provide hot
lized recn ati ;.,:
special arts and crafts in*tf
for thi- youngstei -. v r.
ft n to 14 The)
-rv e as a ital "trainii
the future integration
1 immigranl chil Iren
school children oi Israe
Mrs I.eff. who recently rei
fi urn 1 -i\ week stay in Israe
announced the dedication ol
in w Pioneer Women-Moetzi 1
oalol day nurseries in Aamle
dess Katz. and Klar Saba, and '
dedication of a new wing Becr-heba Vocational High S
for Girl-
The school, attended by 250 -
dents, is administered by the Be
sheha municipality and Pioi
Women Moetzet Hapoalot. f,
y
Miss Joan Mann
Plans to Marry
The engagemenl
larriage ol Miss -loan li Mam
and Michael i.. Schwartz ., At
lanta, Ga has been announced by
tin future brides parents. Mi
Mrs Robert Mann. 706 Davi
Coral Gables.
The prospective bridegroom
ih< son of Mrs Benjamin Singer and
the late Philip Schwartz.
The young couple will
ried on Aug. 26.
Celebrating their 57th wedding anniversary are Mr. and M
Uaytd Jacobson (center, of 1618 Michigan ave., shown ....
I -son and dav ., Charles and Ruth Jacobso:: '
t.eme left and rig] i& at a par,y in ,heir honor and
Arthur Apple, a guest.
De mar
MEETING FRIENDS
Edythe (Mrs. Kurt H.) Aronsohn was a very proud mother and
grandmother as she introduced her friends to her visi ing th. drc
from New York City. Ira and Gabrielle Levin were vi n fw ,h h r
six^onth-old son. Adrian Keith. ira, playwright and i,"
Time f Sergeant!, received the Mystery Award for his first nove
KiSS Before Dying." His play, -Critics Choice." was recently filn 1
starring Lucille Ball and Bop Hope. Currently, L'V wL on ,*
musical and a science fiction nov. working on a
June Rites Eyed
By Miss Frank
A f"ne wedding is being planned
bj Linda Suzanne Frank and Shei
man Jack Levine, son of Mr
Mrs. Albert K. Levine, 2910 su
'SI Si.
The future bride ,- the daughter
Of Mr. and Mrs Eli Frank. ,f 0I
ofTSJSr a"5ndued ,he Un"
ZESItf* belngS
member of Phi L -.,,, gj. '
MIAMI BEACH
CONCERTS
12th SEASON
SUNDAY. AUG. S. AT 8:30 PM
ARTHUR FIEDLER
EARL WILD,
PIANIST
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Friday, August 3. 1962
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larminglu
your*,
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JiA Zi
WESTBROOKE Countrj
members held .1 December-
1 ,. Satur la;
br< ighl loj s for disti
il hi ij-pitah and children's
- in the area S >n e two
.'il members and I hi ir
Is gathered fur this
ing l'ui sts ;i Mrs Mort>
.I in ;i u iih ; matching jai k< i.
theath skirt w as softly drap-
ver one hip A -ilk chil
on\il tont u.is the c !i
Julius Myi rs Her
- cut 11 a straight si ish, .1
d in i ummerbund w a it
aist, and h< r (athered skirt
full. Bla< k waffle pique was
bj Mr- Jack Goldberg Her
near the hem w ith
: white
l| jl :.-.ii motif was ii
h .. Mi Louis Seitlin Her
|, was trimmed
-v an 1 "i pink beads
r coiffure w .i~
-.il in st; le. and her elab
1. .1 d cashmere sweater
from Hong Kong. Mrs
e Stahl chose 1 black silk
u.i sheath which featured .i
squar< collar cut out into
Ii 1 ulii u v neckline in both
and bat k An imported rib-
. otton in u hite, red. and
black Was the Choice of Mrs liar
ne\ Landers. Her white bodice
. cut to the red cummerbund
back Thia contrasted with
the high neckline in front, winch
led her black sheath skill.
Mrs Jay Scheinhaus set off her
rk hair uith white moygashel
Tht fitted bodice wa-
- t'eveless, and her full skirt was
1 scalloped pattern of white
linen lace, which continued down
Ihi >kirt lo form the hemline.
' ido gn t n cotton w ith an
m bodici was worn l>y Mr.-.
" man Hall erg Her bodice was
tailed wit) matching colored
CUSTOMERS BRINGING THIS AD
Will RECEIVE 10. CREDIT
AT TIME 0E PURCHASE.

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PARSONS
3410 CORAL WAY
Open Monday Nite
Til 9
have a truly luxurious
PP
fie embroidery, and set oft
'';h a peter pan collar Mrs
Herbert R hose a vi
1 hue checked gingh .
and Mrs Norman
Kothstein choice was whit e
' hantillj ..... over gold 01 j
*
THE fitted shift silhouette was
worn bj Mrs. Eddie Block
Her unusual -ilk print was ol
pink florals framed in light
i"lik on a white background
Wuie was the color choice ol
Mrs Man Gi Idfin Her long torso
pique ended in a bouffant skirt.
Mrs, Karl Jacobs selected a hot-
pink linen ith a decollete hack
cut almost to the waist with two
narrow bands ol the fabric
back
Mi \i ii Gerson chose 1 I
raw silk in a modified chi
line li was self banded to a
long torso length, below which
the skirl flared into the interest-
ing "A" silhouette. A red an I
pink Chinese -ilk brocade
worn b) Mrs Sidney Schreer
Her bodice was fitted, and cut
low, and the skirl was asymetric-
alls draped Mr- Hob Segal's
hand screened -ilk print was em-
broidered with iridescent match-
ing green and tangerine sequins.
A procelain blue dotted Sw iss
floral print, cut into the slender-
ising princess line, wag the choice
of Mrs. Arthur Bassman.
Mrs Milton Shenberg. known
professionally as Ruth Regina.
Chose I pale yellow silk organza
for her dancing mood; while a
white moygashel sheath with an
illusion neckline was the choice
of Mrs William Marshall A fig-
ure-molding brocade black cotton
was worn bj Mrs. Aaron Aronoff.
A floral applique of self fabric
and cut velvet trimmed the top
of the bodice Mrs. Samuel Plot-
ink white raw silk featured a
-ilk print panel down the entire
front of her sheath outlined :n
gold raw -ilk
A sleeveless red and white hori-
zontal-striped jersey bodice, and
a w hih' gaberdine sheath
luned the I pi< ce l"ok 11 1
. me piei e dn on Mrs, 5
Mrs \l Sokol ch..... a
lai k fitted bodice ovi r
tiers ol
THE strikini 1 ilors of a Pic as-
so print were in Mr- Roj
Miller's two piece matte i Tsej
enscmbli Her overblouse was
the casual fit of the shift Mrs
Martin An sheath was a
ribbon knil ol white straw lace,
and Mr- H> Beigel's sheath was
oi nav> cotton boucle Inserted
at the waist was a diag mal
stripe of navy and white, and her
short jacket was also of the -tnp-
ed fabric Mr-. Irwm Brenner
chose a sky blue chiffon with a
draped bodici and skirl of the
...-> metrical line.
Mr- Harold I'omerant/ select-
ed a gold colored silk with the
controlled fullness of the bell-
shaped skin Her long-sleeved
Judea Nursery
Sets Registration
Temple .1 u d e a nursery-kinder-
- irten school will be open week-
lays from *J a.m. to 5 p.m for reg-
istration in the fall term beginning
Sept I Children who will be
three years old bj Jan. 1 are elig-
ible.
Morning sessions are held five
lays a week, and subjects include
music, art.- and crafts, science, dra-
matic play. Btorj telling, prayers
and holiday lore.
A readiness pro-ram in the kin-
eared to prepare the
children lor first grade
Campaign Unit
Picks Chairman
Mrs Beth \i. Thompson has been
I campaign audit chairman
for the L'nited Fund 1962 fall cam-
paign, : vi. announced b> Will-
iam C Lantaff, L'nited Fund pres-
ident.
Her duties will include the audit
ing of all money collected bj the
; 1 ited Fund and a final report
of the actual total raised.
A senior partner of Thompson
Nichols, certified public ac-
countants. Mrs. Thompson is a
pioneer woman accountant. She
was the first woman officer of the
Estate Planning Council of South-
east Florida, the Dade County
chapter of the Florida Institute of
1 etrnied Public Accountants, and
the Florida Institute of CPA's
she i> listed in "Who's Who in
American Women."
Florida State Department Commander of the Jewish War
Veterans, and national executive committeeman, L o u: s
Deutsch and Ralph Lampert, present Miss Israel, Judith
Mnzor, with an official JWV emblem on a gold Star of David
locket and a dozen red American beauty roses as a form
of welcome to the U.S.A., and to make her fee! at home hers
in Florida. The 19-year-old Miss Israel, who specks Ee
languages, Hebrew. English, French, and Spanish, will msk =
a brief Bonds for Israel tour and then return to serve twa
years in the Israel Defense Army,
blonde.
She is a brown-eve i
Social Unit Adds New Members
New members of the Cliff I
I.-. ,1 social group for young un-
married, are Miss Marjorie Tnup-
kin, .lean Sollenberger, and Dr.
Fred Abramson
The ently he!
ce for Dade and Bi
ty member- at thi Miami sh
Country Club.
Robi rt Insco .- club pre.-. .
Women Plan
Card Party
Temple Menorah Sisterhood is
planning a card party Sunday even
Ing, Aug. 1H. at the Bel Aire hotel.
6515 Collins ave
Chairmen are Mrs. Richard
Schwartz and Mrs. F.ssie Wolf
Sisterhood president is Mrs. Ray
Morse.
jacket was cut very wide in the
front, creating a dinner dress with
the jacket on. and an almo-t
strapless bodice for a dance dress
Mr.-. Sheldon Kaye chose a white
silk organza with a high-cowled
neckline in front, which plunged
to a low V in back. Both her fit-
ted bodice and full skirt were
covered with appliques of bright-
colored summer flower-
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Jenist ffcridtin
Miamians Active in Summer Service
Programs Advance to Higher Duties
Richard N. Blank has been com-7475 SW 118th st Cadet^Clein^ has
missioned a second lieutenant in! advanced to hs senior year of
the United States Air Force tol- AFROTC P^*8"0" "' AUanta
lowing his final peri,..! of Reserve institute Oi ["echnologj at Atlanta,
officer Training Corps indoctrina- Ga. .inint-
tion train I Myrtle Heach Me will he eligil le app^
AFB sc ment as a second lieutenant upon
Son of'Mr and Mrs. Michael his graduation from college.
Blank 2011 s Miami ave., Lieut. Capt. Jerome I. Levine. of Miami
Blank'was an AFROTC participant Beach, is being reass.uned to
at the Universltj of Miami, where Homestead AFB. *f8 JJ
he was graduated with a BBA de- graduation from the orunUtion
gree. He is a member of Tau Kap- course for l nited Mates Air Force
pa Epsilon. medical service officers a. Gunter
Another Miamian at Myrtle AFB. Ala.
Beach is Cadet Michael A. Clein. Capt Levine. a nhysuwn. was
who has also completed his sum given a general orientation cover-
mer training under the Air Force ing administrative procedures. mil-
Reserve Officer Training Corps, itary medicine, and medical serv-
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Clein. ice support of I SAF objectives
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Le-
vine. of 1411 Stillwater dr.. the
captain is a graduate of Long Is-
land University, and received his
MI) degree from Albany Medical
College.
Alan Shecter. Miami public rela-! He and his wife, the former Bar-
tions executive, has been invited |)ara \\ Lyons, of Jamaica. N.Y.,
to address the Anuncos y Publici- |)aVe two children,
dad Latin American Conference on Cadet Joseph J Sokoloff has corn-
Advertising and Publicity to be pieted his summer training under
held Aug. 7 in Mexico City. | the Air Force Reserve Officer
Joining a panel of speakers from Training Corps program at James
New York. Rio de Janeiro, Caracas, I Connelly AFB. Tex.
Lima. Mexico City and Guadala- son of Mrs. Estelle B. Sokoloff.
jara, Shecter will describe through 0f 934 Michigan ave.. Cadet Soko-
an interpreter a number of effec- |0ff has advanced to his senior
tive programs launched in the U.S. year of AFROTC participation at
last year. the University of Oklahoma.
Shecter. currently an executive He has observed and participat
with the J". I. Kislak Corp.. has also j e(j ,,, actual Air Force base opera-
done public relations work with ij0ns during the summer training
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital here.
Katz to Make
Education
Friday, August 3, 1962
Insurance Exec in Talks
Henry M. Gilbert, 12620 NE Mi-
dllCat OH Survey ,,;;, ,. No Miami representative
,f National Life Insurance I
[rvin W. Katz Is now complying 01 Vermont, conferred with
plans f(,r an educational tour of Pjny ^.^ ^ Montpelier
college campuses. ia8t week en route home from we
Katz is making the independent ; meeting oi the Insurance :;
survey of representative colleges annual ^^ ,,
t0 revie first-hand the heavy bur "';.,,.,, Qut. m ml July Gi
, competitive col- *J mmmtm f W^
imposes
den tin pre
lege BtimtSSionS jncturr my<> ,risl.,| llf life insurance agent,
coUeges. students, and parents WJJ, ^ Qf ; |t.ast sum
Thl. ., ulii include instituions qualified for the group
in ,, east and mid-west sections *
0f the United States, especiall) '">______________
those coUeges whose admission.
policies give consideration to spe-
cial abilities. talents. personal
qualities and strong motivation ot
andidates toward
Making Flight Plans
particular \ Hlas, is mi
Art Bruns, of Miami Springs
aking plans for a special
nx -tw
CADET MICHAEL A. CLEIN
Shecter Will
Address Confab
period and will be eligible for ap-
pointment as a second lieutenant
upon his graduation from college.
Youngsters Busy
In Camp Ocala
experie
nutted to colleges of acceptable
standards." K;it/ declared.
Kat/ has been identifed with
Miami Beach Senior High School
since 1946. having seised succes-
sively during the past 16 years as 0vw ^ -U,j,}, youngsters 10
teacher, counselor, dean, and pnn- ,of! Miamj ,,nly a few weeks ago,
cipal. are already in a full program >'
activities at Camp Ocala in Flor-
ida'- Ocala national forest.
The boys and girls participate in
waterskiing, swimming, horsi
riding, singing, team sports, act-
Continental Adds
Restaurant Here
Continental
Caterers of Miami,
and arts and crafts
room for a second shift, but mo-',
remain a full eight weeks
IT. R/CHARD N. BLANK
New Hot Shoppe To Open Here
8393 Bird rd., specializes in qual- ing,
ity kosher catering for weddings, Some tots, 5 to 15, will return
Bar Mitivahs, banquets, and other nome after [our weeks to make
social events,
Continental, operated by Enter)
L. Green, performs catering serv-
ice in the Greater Miami area's
leading halls, hotels, synagogues,
and private homes
Green has been operating his
firm sinte the spring of 1960,
when he left his post as executive
Stewart of one of the largest
strictly kosher hotels on Miami
Beach. Formerly from New
York City, he has been in the
food industry since 1949
Hot Shoppes, inc.. national res- capacity of 222 persons, plus a cock-
taurant. motor hotel and food ser-, tail lounge featuring an interior of
vice organization, will open a new o)ive fej, amJ vjnv] and one jilum-
Hot Shoppe restaurant in the Jef- multicolored Stain-
lerson Super Center. 950 .No. Miami
Beach blvd. S,ass panels. The restaurant also.
The opening will feature a public will provide banquet facilities for; Continental Caterers features de
pen House, with guided tours of up to 70 persons. j livery routes covering Coral Gable-.
South Miami, and all of Southwest
Miami. Now added is a new strut
ly kosher restaurant to Continent
al's catering service, with menus
the past four years, is manager ing from fll course flnners to ?
of the new restaurant. He has been famous ..dub san(hvll.|u,s- of New ?
affiliated with the Hot Shoppe or-
Oper
the new restaurant, its stainless
Steel kitchen, and contemporary
coktail lounge. Free refreshments
will be served, with balloons for
children
Robert Stiller, who has been
assisting in the Hot Shoppe expan-
sion program in the Miami area for
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The Open House will be held
from 4 to 8 p.'m., on Saturday,
Aug. 4. The restaurant will be
open for service starting Monday,
Aug. 6, at 11 a.m. The new Hot
Shoppe will be open seven days
a week, 7 a.m. to midnight, Sun-
days through Thursdays, and
from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m., Fridays and
Saturdays.
The new restaurant, the fifth Hot
Sholem Plans
Keys Weekend
Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, is
planning a Labor Day weekend shPI* ,0 be ^nvA m Florula ln
party and fishing trip to Mara-1 r*'tent >ears- features a content-
non' porary design to relied the mdoor-
_ ,. -outdoor feeling, including large in-
Leaving Saturday, Sept. l, three terior pUnting* and col*rfu, Flor.
day-and two nights will be spent |(|a ds
at the Rutgers motel at Key t_ol-|
onv Beach in air-conditioned rooms, i The restaurant, covering nearly
Included will be an all-day lish-i10'000 Sq fl" wi" have a """"-
ing trip on the Marathon Lady.
ocean and pool bathing, and con-
tinental breakfasts
In charge of reservations is Hob-
en J. Le\viso:i
ganization for the past 15 years
Jack Katsanos. former Delaware
restaurant operator, is assistant
manager, and James Winegerden is
night manager.
Other Florida restaurants include
a Hot Shoppe restaurant at 3500
S. Dixie hwy Miami Beach, and
three sunshine Parkway restau-
rants, at Pompano Beach. Ft
Pierce and West Palm Beach. The
company also operate* airline cat-
ering services at Miami and Ft
Lauderdale airports.
York's Fast Side. >
Continental has a full time Mash- *
giach on the premises, and is a ?
Shomer Shabbal establishment L
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* Jct/'sf fh ridden r
he sum of S36,242.000 in cash is presented to the United Jew-
ish Appeal by more than 150 community leaders from every
Section of the country attending the recent UJA national
-fcash meeting in New York. UJA officials shown here with the
total cash figure acclaimed the sum. almost 10 percent hiqher
than the collected total at the same time last year, as one of
the agency's highest achieved at midyear in the past decade
Left to right are Edward M. M. Warburg, chairman of the
Woint Distribution Committee, a major UJA beneficiary which
fcneets Jewish needs in 27 overseas countries; Joseph Meyer-
Hotf, UJA general chairman; Israel D. Fink. UJA national cash
^chairman; and Dewey D. Stone, chairman of the United Israel
Appeal-Jewish Agency for Israel, which aids Israel's tami- ^urrenuy ceieorating
-grants with funds raised by UJA. In 1962. UJA's nationwide nniversarjr season as music direc- .....f,nw" h> "
3oal is S95.000.000. to. and conductor of the world fa- Rm^'Wi* complaint
----------------- mous Boston Pops Orchestra. Fied-
\r MoraollS "'"" '"r ''"'"' '""'"' *'* ,wn -r wl" '*turn tne Miami Beach
'asses at 59
Fiedler in Second
Appearance Here
Arthur Fi< rtler will make his sec-
ond successive ppearance this
season with the University of Miami
Summer Symphony Orchestra on
Sunday at the air conditioned Mi
.'ini Beach Auditorium.
l-'icdler7 w'i<> also was the guest
conductor at la-t week.-. "Pop"!
concert, jn-ill introduce the well-
known American pianist Earl Wild
as guest soloist.
Fielder's program will open
with the familiar Wedding March
from Mendelssohn's "Midsummer
Night's Dream," followed by
Schubert's first movement to the
"Unfinished Symphony," C a i I -
liet's arrangement of the popular
ditty, "Pop Goes the Weasel,"
Leroy Anderson's "Irish Suite."
selections from Richard Rodger's
"The Sound of Music," and the
"Pops Round-Up," a potpourri of
popular tunes arranged by Rich-
ard Hayman.
Currently celebrating his 32nd
Page 7-B
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL KC-, ICI
man h< r fath. i l- id on Men Ik two
">"- Mrs Bath. Ij.hI.Iuh andMIss
' M' nl nnd five grandchildren
S'-'vi.-ea were Jul) >; In lllversidi
* "" rial Cham I Not mand\ |H|<
.11.
Joseph Benjamin Margolis,
I. passed away on Aufi l at his
m< 3163 Sheridan ave. Miami
Seach
He was a native Ploridian, horn
) K. \ \\ c-i He lu 'ii in i Ireater
ni for the past 39 years, and
as a dentist He u is a member
the Florida Denial Societj and
Southern Dental Assn.
Dr. Margolis is survived by his
wife, Sue; two sons. Larry and
Stephen, all of .Miami, a daughter.
Mrs Isadora Rrayson; and two
grandchildren. of Hillsdale, N'.i.
I also leaves a brother and three
1 I 'its.
Services were to be held Thurs
MRS GERTRUDE GITTLEMAN
Ml.ni It,
I .III V .-! .
"-". Sh. was ., ,, ml -
' mple I .nianii -El Survl .mc .,
'" hu I nnii .. -..ii. i,.-. ,.ii
',"" 'iHUKhl. -. Mrs Rosi i: kin ami
......
Kun.-iii II..in.
HARRV ROTHMAN
H | n. ave dlt-d Julv 22
"; ..... '" a i-hil- .............
""i owned Tropical Auto young pianist has to his credit such
... 1. *. ___..... I
Pops podium for his eighth annual
\ isit, a record shared by no other
visiting conductor since the sum-
mer series began in 1950 A long-
standing favorite of Miamians,
Fiedler was voted "most popular
conductor" by local conceri goers
in an informal poll conducted by
(he I'M Symphonj office.
Wild, who is Fiedler's personal
choice as soloisl for this concert.
will perform Tohaikovsky's Piano
Concerto No. l in Ii flat minor The
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
x' K i- HEREBY CIVEN
-... ,i. ...
';'"!".',' num. i I
HOI.III.U l>.N \\ HEELS \ .\.'ATlo.N
i I'.M'K Mil: II. \ X HI k.141 .- IV
Vila da '.' i
:' : i" -.i 'i nnim .. iili Mi.
;' "' circuli Court of I. a. .-,. ,n\
I- loi i la
''!' 'RUM PCHMCITY cocncii
l\i- '
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'II S. ybold llldg Mi.on,
_______ 1-10-17-24
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORiDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62 C 7694
HI Wi'KS \ \.\,'Y KELTZEH
Plaintirr,
MARTIN SELTZER
I :. n.I.int
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T... MARTIN SELTZER
I2SH i it-ran Parkwa)
Brooklj n. New v.,ik
You, Martin Seltier, are hi r. lit .....
,l"1 Iha" a Kill f Complalnl foi
"" ha* > r. riled again*! you,
and you ... requ red to serve i
"I > !,- Answer or Pleading to th.
Hill -if ompuilnl ,.n n Plaintiffs
attornc). Raj man A I >uh a Vins-
lej Hldg Miami 32, Plot-Ida, and til.
" original Anevvei ,., Pleading In
the office ol the Cli rh of th, t'lrcull
Court ..n or before I hi 9th da\ ol
AURUat. 1962 If you fan ,,. ,,., m
Judgment i ,n .,,n !.,
a. in ,i,.i. .i
in ol i 'oniptalnt.
rhls notice hall he published once
" k f In l III: JEWISH H'Uiidlil \.\
. ."">l: JN.....tUEREIi .,, Miami,
Moiida, thlK 26th day ..f .1 ilj. a I >
E II LEATHERMAN, ':. rh
it i .i'i. id. r-ouiu i
I H> HELEN KESSI.Ei!
I i.
H VY.M \.\ ,v IH 111,;
\ n Hide
-'. I'll.i hla
s 3.1
i IN THE COLNTi JUDGE S COURT
i\ AND FOR D*D CCoNTY.
FLORIDA i\ PROBATE,
Nc
IN HI late of
VVII.H ,i:i.\
liec.-a il
NOTICE TO CREDITORS

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l>ated ..i Miami, '-i. .;.,. this
<1aj of July, A.I
111:i:.M \\ ll .;. ,|.| ISTEIN
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is in i. :iv uiVKN thai
deaiiitiB to ngaKi In
<- mid rit-t Hour name i.f
1 VRREH \.~ Eyi II'MENT .- i\ .
1 "' -' at 1 UH \\v 19th Avenue,
' 'i'-' I-'" ka, i'"Ii i nd Intend to
. Ith ih. Clet k ..f
'hi 'a. nit c .ii ol ImiI. County.
I- lot ..I.,
MKI.VIN I. AI.'KKKAS
WALTER l: it iTTEH
RKASIIECK a i- i:i'.i:i:s
At lornej for i '.,. ,- I'Tqulp.
Si r\ Ice 1M -:
1233 South State Road s. \. n
Wi at Hollj.......! | |, ,'..
i -: r -1> 4
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORiDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 8113 V.ion
S i 'IIARI.ES \'i il.l'l'
I'In I ill Iff,
M
th. \l nmI Hi
n~ Masonii
H. was .i in.ml., i
l. El .- I. dB, th.
I....I-. and Ihi Ml
..... Indi nd Auto Id all i- Vaai
~ 'v" in his wlfi Irene ., son
.. a larhtei. Mra lam 11 .
' '" hroth. rs ii .,-i,., and two
lilldr, n Servh-ea .i. i. .lul\ "t
in Riverside Mi lllol I .1 I 'h..;.. I \... .
ii ii,a. |-|
n m: ii vih.pe
Id i. nd int
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
unusual achievements fes appearing
a- soloisl in Gershwin's "'Rhapsody
m Blue" with the late Arliiio Tos- Ti IRENE k Vfii.PE
canini conducting. ;:;' '"': -.' i-- KuiidinK
' harlotte, Sot :1, Carolina
. __ ---------- You, IRENE i: VOI.PK
LEGAL NOTICE fled that
. IMvorce has been filed hi
NOT.CE OF DISSOLUTION | and you are re<|Uired to rer\
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITiOUS NAME LAW
notice ..- heu i ^ enKaji In
ol
VI.ISA Ki:.- Mi:...: a .- \N|>VVICH
MO \ Ith St reel Hla-
.uil

id |v, I
IS I'll I- :i |,MAN
x '' 'NoVlTZ SILVER .v SCHER
\ttoi-n. \.- foi i
Miami 32, Hoi Ida

NOTICE JNDER
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
Notice is hi ui m hiven that
lb. un.l. -it, ln
ii ism. -.- ui,a. i titioui name of
...ii. nereii> MIAMI AISEXCY I N S l" R A N C E
fall ..f '.im|.:.i.iii fr ui:,,i p ,,r :j: Seybold Hulldlnic, Mi-
n filed aaainat .,.., ami, Klorida Intend t- i-u:--. a
name u Ith Ihi i ". k ol Ih. C| ill
Coun of Hade County. Florida.
Jl Hl.v si III l:i iWITZ
Sole 11 .ii. i
AINSI.EE R I KRD1E
kttorm for John Si hurow ,/
I7S2 West Plaali si.-.. i
Miami :;'.. Elorlda
- 1-10-17-24
ABRAHAM KLINGHOFFER
"I 321 K .'.>lh sl .
tt........ hen
i Ii Iphia and ,.- a f...,d
-'" I|h r\ Ihi Sui It Ing in
M- I larb .. son, Hi rbi n S a
_"'-'" r, Mlaa Ijorraim
v' Kl. Inherg, and '", bro-
- Sel tics Wen lui. :. ,n .:,.. .
I ..I ll..in..
MRS. SADIE SALPETER
64, < :m: En,-lid BVi died July 26
JJhe ..mi. ii. :. |3 yearn ago lr.....
il,.l, ,i," ,,..,1 s" y,lii sh. uas a member ol Ihi
ii ...! ,L.' :' M'"','i ,':i-1-" Hr and laraell
Hadaasab. Hurvlvlnj la her husband
I'hlllp, SiiaI,.- ,r. in Krooklyn
with Riverside Memorial Cbapcla in
i ha't.
Iv
CHARLES ELSON
y- "' '-':|i Pennsylvania ave., died
Julj _'i ll, ..mi., h.-i. i years aao
LOUIS WINTER from Sea N..rk .in.i ... ,i drvsa con-
' Mk-hlRan avi riled lult "'.....' Survlvliuj ait hla wife, Mi-
ll, i 2 ., ,,.. .' ;, aniii. two -,.ns \:-n..|.i and [>i..... ;
Vork and was .,.1 V ,w" '" "*> '..... Alexander;
. J -;'. Mta V,,,,.. II.,1,1.., .,,,,1 ..,,.
Mi- Rohi IlleM Services l' ""'' 'i'1'1 \. S"'"" "' '"h -';'"
Itivi raldi Memorial Chapel, Allot a
ii. i associated In the cany Inn on of
said l.ll.-lll. --. ,ii,| n......,, ; s
Cairns will hereafter carrj on said
business and hi i- entitled to .ill of
the assets, Including nil debts due to
the uartm rship, and he hi reb> de-
mands .aid requests ..II creditors (
Ihi CHARTS CAMERA CENTER to
submit to him, ni ihe shown address,
,m demand, claim, ll. n. debi ,.i ln-
di i.i. an.-, outstanding ami not .. I
paid as ..f ihe date ol the publication
..( this notlci
I 10 i\l AS ; s CAIRNS
cit VK! IL 'l.l.i >\\ A V
S 3 62
.
i ..
s.
i- i -ni, Mi mortal
JOHN EDWARD CLEMENS
I'adi ..I a,..| i,i. _., ,,,.
'
ind and > | ..
' H. ... ... Wl, I,,
<-rai .-. .,. ... ,. i ,i
HERMAN GENAUER
~u I '2nd -.......i .ini. i
' ''" ',..111 fain.
1...... "'- retired i Igar
,~',' \,a. Vork
'" at .i raiiKen ents l.\ ii,,i -
[ lllll. I .,i ||.. .
. !
PHILIP M. HORODNER
il l ..... S\V "2nd ,n. died Julj
I Ii Bine li.a 1". ...,: .,t.. !', ,,,i
New Yoi k .. ml v ... -m.,,, Sur-
\ h ins .o. hla Ifi Ulllan; his pa
Mr ui \l Philip ll..i, in. i .
a son RU-hanl n da ishter, S\ id,
lalne. and iv,, brothers I lie I ml Inn
i-s Wi-re J nl. .'.
a. ii i Hi ni.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 56605.A
is RE INi.,i. of
HELEN \\ STREAM
|.. ..,-.,i
NOT.CE TO CREDITORS
.".. All '. litoi .in.i \|| Persons II.,.
i mauds \aaln -
, .
ll) IIOl III. ,1 ..nd I. -
lulled '" present an> i-lalms ami a,
in ,n,i- it hi, h -ii in,, havi matusl
.....' HELEN w STREAM
of Hade Countv. 1-
in Hi. Kill ,.t Complaint
This notlci shall l- published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Kl.oitl|>1 \N
I INE x.sn ORHEREH al Miami
h'lorida. iln- 3nth day ( Julj \ 11
]'.:
K B LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Hade Counn hlorida
'-all U> HELEN KKSSI.ER.
Deputy Clerk
VICTi R I.EVINE
-I J lllili aliam Building
Miami 32. I- loi dfl
Attorney for Plaintiff
10-17-24
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR DA. iN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 8199
IOA.N REBARRER,
Plaintiff,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 56,199.c
LEGAL NOTICE
Br_
th.
notice by publication
in the circuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit of
flor.da in and for dade
county. in chancery.
No. 02C 8112
J< IHN '< ill A.Si'AS.
Plaintiff.
. -
I UANNK II i HI AN i \s
a k a I'lASNi: II III HUN
la k a I'l \ssi: H i KEI BRIi K
I ,, fendanl
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
rn I a ann i: ii COHAN PA 8 a k a
IHANNE II 1'a.HIN a k a
DIANNE II KREUBHJCK
Vou an hen i^ notified thai a lllll
of Complaint for Dlvorri has been
r,l..I agalnsl you, and you are re-
quired to serve n copj ol yout \n
Bwei ,i PUutding to tin- Hill .a '.....
plaint ,,n ih.. plalntlfr's Attorney,
Ji-.s-ll REI'Hl'N, 1370 Washington
\ven i. Suite 211. Miami Beach,
hlorida, and file Ihe original Answer
, ..r the i'ii. nit Court on ,,r i..i..i. in,
Ith daj ,,f Si plembel. 1982 li ou
f.ni to do s.,. judgment bj default iii
bi taki n i^.i Insl ,.,i for the relief
demanded In the Hill ,a Cnmplaini
This n Hi shall Ih published once
, in li nisei ii Ive ,, ka
in THE JEWISH I'l I III I >| I \
HONK \N|i ORHEREI) at Mian,.
I- lorida, ihi^ I'-ili .la. of i ni v \ i
SI
K 11 ii: VTHERM \s i. i,
| hil l Ol n .ii' ,
>i-i,, I i (seal) K>NALr TACTENHAX
al-
ih.
MRS. ANNA LIPTON
: s \\ 19th died Jill) 22
,"" "en 20 years ..n.. from
pa nd Surviving an I r husband.
a broth. I. Sun..n | ;l,,.. | |.
'," Mi 'Issie Polllck
Mrs i lliie ii,.... h Harvjepg u...
in Riverside Memorial i 'hai.el,
lllll) Isb
MRS- ESTHER PISET2NER
SW Ifith ave died Jill) 22
''.''" ben nil!, year* ago from
, ,' k < it) sin- u., ., membei
I Hianada ,li i-li i', i I,
< n- ..iv her husband, Mi. i .,
Mra Llhb) HYIedman threi
. ; la, i. iv.,, brothers, night
wcnjldren and one great-grand-
Senlcea ... re In Ni Voi k
pL*'iih local arrangements I,, tlor-
||. .1 Home
I MRS MILDRES FUTERFAS
HI" s\v |o3rd ,i died Jul) 22
".'"'' .....- ii 11,,in Nl
surviving ari ., son, Irwln;
I" !"' i Mrs Rita Abbott and
mi in grand
' : Servli i Wen I lit] '.. .. ii li
n i-nii.-'al Home In i hargi
*RS. MOLLIE ALEXANDER
s i. 124th i, r dli a Jul) 24
' here I.....irs ago frmn
H .
.11- ol
Ida to the Count) Juda
and nl. tin- sail
offices 111, '. mi ',. inlli, ,,|,
i Count) I'l., Ida, ii,,,, -,\
ir months from th. riati
flrsi ul a h- i.-.,i. ,,, the -
\\ ill In ha rrcd
MINE A STRE v\l J It
Vdmlnlsti ii tor
UN'SI.EK I; EERUIE
Al'.
1 :. i s.....t
Mlam I ii Ida
s 3-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 56536-A
IN Kl: Estati of
HENRIETTA HILSENRATH,
IN RE Estate of
HARRV A SCHWARTZ,
I I..-,.!-. d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i',. All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
Ina Claims .., Demands Agajnst Said
Estate:
You are hereb) notified and re-
quired to present an) claims and de-
manda which you nay have against
Hi. estate ,,f HARRY A SCHWARTZ,
d ream d Is ol I ..id, County, Ploi -
Ida, to ihi "ade
County, nnd fit. Dn same In dupli-
cate ami .,.- pro) id. ,1 in s. ction 7SJ 16,
l'1,i ida Statutes, in their offices In
it'- '..in.i> Com i ho isi In l tad. t 'oun-
l.v. I loi Ida, will ilendar m,,nibs
[rom Ihe time ol the fii-t publication
hereol u ill he ban a
Hated .it Mi.., pioi Ida this ;,ih
da s or J in, \ l'
.1 KRl i.ME K .-.'II W VRTZ
As i :\,
Elrsl publii ill.,ii or this notii on
i .
RH 'HARD K I'INK
n.i i:\..
1 13-20-27 B .1

\l;rilli: r REHARBER,
I .. :, i
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
II ARTHI l: I' REKAKHEK
-"-:': Boulevard
!',! Roi ......,,. i.,.iit Island
Sew Vork
Vol ARE HEREBY s. rTIKIEI thai
l'...I, i Comp has In. n
i hell fib a ,,.:n in-i you, and )ou.....
quired t.. aei i......p) of ( mi \
IWI I", nd in: then to ..n \ S N \
BRENNER MEYERS, Vttorne. for
I it.....h Road, Ml.....
Klorida, and fill Iln : lainal
thi m no- ofri. or thi u
th. "In all '..int. ..n ,.i before tin
ir .. ,.n rail
to do -,. Judgment, b) .1. la alt. will oi'i'iirv ini',., n u .
" >NE AM ilttiEREH al Miami
Hade Count), hlorida this loth a...
,,f Jill) .
i: H LEATHERM \s clei k,
'ii, nil '..in i. I lade i ,. inly, I loi Ida
' seall B) E ll i.ANW \)
I >.|.in Clei I.
v 3-10-17-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 7653
THE u ll.1.1 v\tsi:ii:i;ii
SAVlNtiS BANK
Plaintiff.
T
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All Creditors an.l All IN rsona II... -
inu Claims m Heinanda Against Said
I-: late
You are hereb) notiried and re-
quired In pi esi nl an) i lalms ami de-
mands which you ma) havi against
Ih. tab ..f Henrietta Mil.-, nrath
deceased lati ol Dad. County, Elor-
Ida, to the i ',,iint.. Judgi.- .a I ,.,.i.
tint). and rile thi same in dupll
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
No. 54783 B
IN RE Estate of
I lEBY S \IM>.
Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereb) given that I have
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