The Jewish Floridian

MISSING IMAGE

Material Information

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

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:01749

Related Items

Related Items:
Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper


This item is only available as the following downloads:


Full Text
'cJewish. IFlorMlian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 35 Number 32
Miami, Florida. Friday. August 10. 1962
Two Sections Price 20/
COMMUNITY COUNCIL MAKES REQUEST
Canadians Urge Police ^wish Leaders DlSCUSSing
To Probe Past of Top Fascist Activties in Britain
Slovakian Collaborator


I>
UNIfORM PRODUCTION
Israel OK's
German Sale
JERl SALEM(JTA) Minister
of Commerce and Industry Pinhas
Sapir told the Knesset here this
week thai he would not order an |
Israeli tirm making uniforms for
West German soldiers to cancel
it- contract.
He made the statement in re-
plying, on behalf of the Govern-
ment, to questions concerning
this issue. The clothing is being
manufactured in this country by
At*, an Israeli textile firm.
Mr Sapir declared that he did
not think that "the supply of uni-
Continued en Page S-A
TORONTO (JTA) The Royal ]
Canadian Mounted Police has been
requested by the Canadian Jewish ]
Congress to investigate into the
Nazi past of Dr. Joseph M. Kirsch-'.
baum, secretary-general of Slova
kian fascist Hlinka Party, which
collaborated with Hitler, it was re-
vealed here this week.
The request was made by Sidney
It. Harris, national chairman of the
Joint Community Relations Com-
mittee of the Canadian Jewish
Congress and B'nai B'rith Reports
about the wartime activities of Dr.
Kirschbaum, who is now e.Iitor of
a weekly newspaper published in
Canada, called "Kanadsky Slo-
vak," have been accumulated here
I by the Toronto office of the Con-
gress, according to Don Kayfetz.
secretary of the CJC here.
The reports include a lengthy
document here from Prague by
. the Council of Jewish Communi-
ties of Bohemia and Moravia, the
central organization of Jewish
communities in Czechoslovakia.
The Prague Council has charged
Continued on Pane 7-A
LONDON(JTA)Amid growing anxiety through-
out Great Britain over the wave of provocative anti-
Semitic meetings held recently by various Fascist
groups, a delegation of the Board of Deputies of
British Jews, headed by its president. Sir Barnett
Janner and including Chief Rabbi Israel Brodie, met
this week with Home Secretary Henry Brooke to
discuss "the meetings and activities of neo-Fascist
groups in this country and the working of the Pub-
lic Order Act."
The members of the delegation expressed their
anxiety about the disorders which occurred at re-
I cent meetings of Fascist groups and urged that
steps be taken either under the present law, t* by
.means of amending legislation, to prohibit the hold-
ing in the future of meetings of a racist, provocativ-1
character. The Home Secretary thanked the deputa
lion for putting their case before him and agreed
to consider what they had said
One of the most serious of the disturbances
last week resulted from a brief attempt by Sir
Oswald Mosley, leader of the British Union Fascist
movement, to stage a rally in the East London
bcrough of Hackney, an re with a heavy Jew-
ish population. Mosley himself was injured in
the ensuing riot, and some 50 persons were ar-
rested after the meeting was broken up six min-
utes after it started when f'.-jhting broke out be-
tween an estimated 1,000 persons, both anti-Pas-
Continued en Page l-A
GfORGE IfNCAIN ROCKWELL FINALLY GIVEN BOOT TUESDAY
U Thant is Kept Informed
On Anti-Semitic Outbreaks
ST ATI DIPARIMINT JMOVfS
PAGi 2-4
.
'
'-
UNITED NATIONS(JTAiActing Secretary-General U Thant is
in touch with a number of world organizations, as well as various
b'ernments, in regard to racial manifestations like the recent out-
breaks of anti-Semitic incidents in Argentina and Uruguay, lie stated
here this week.
He made thai assertion in reply
to a question during a general
news conference, when he was ask-
ed about a note he had sen! to
member governments two months
ago, calling their attention to the
i.ut thai the nexl General sssem
i i> i- pled jed to debate a resolu
tion concerned with "manifesta-
tions of racial and national and re-
ligious intolerance."
"I have received communica-
tions on this subject from a num-
ber of states," he said. How-
ever, he said he did not "remem-
ber whether these countries (Ar-
gentine and Uruguay) responded
Co tinned on Piqe 11-A
I
Brazil Prelates
Vow Ecumenical
Council Assist
JTABy Direct Teletype
DE JANEIRO- Brazil's two
leading Catholic prelates assured
Federation of Brazilian Jewish
muni! on Tuesday that they
ill do everything they can to ad-
vance thi Catholic church'- forth
< >ming Ecumenical Council re-
quests thai the church license
1 itholic liturgy and practices of
anj allusii ns that could
resull in anti-Semitism
The pledges, in respo.nse to
memoranda previously presented
to the dignitaries, were made by
' irdinal Don Jaime de Barros
Camara. of the Rio de Janeiro
Archbishopric, and Cardinal Don
Carmelo de Vasconcellos Mota, of
the Diocese centered at Sao Paulo
Both are scheduled to attend
the Ecumenical Council, which
is to convene at the Vatican in
October. Don Jaime is a mem-
Continued on Page 2 A
London Drags Out Move
To Deport U.S. Nazi Chief
VITIRANS THKtATtH ACTION
PAGl S-A
LONDON(JTAIBritish authorities were in a quandary Monday
with regard to George Lincoln Rockwell, leader of the American Nazi
Party, who succeeded in entering England despite the fact that th^
Home Office issued an order last week banning his admission to the
country. On Tuesday, however, he was finally deported
Rockwell, along with neo-Nazi
leaders of German. Austrian. Hun-
garian and French nationality was
attending a conclave of British
Fascists held at a private estate
in Gloucestershire, organized by
Colin Jordan. The latter, a school
teacher recently dismissed from
his job by the school board of
Coventry, is leader of the British
National Socialist Party.
Rockwell landed at Shannon
Airport, Ireland, last Thursday,
it was ascertained here, and
managed to get by the British
immigration officials who had
been instructed by the Home Of-
fice to keep him out of this coun-
try as an "undesirable person."
Monday, it appeared that the
Home Office was reluctant to
start deportation proceedings
against the American Nazi.
After a conference at the Horn*
Continued on Page 6-A
SUGGESTS UNITED NATIONS INQUIRY
Keating Says Red Bigotry
Betrays Communist Flaws
NASTY CHItf ROCKVitU
. eludes ban
JTABy Direct Teletype
WASHINGTON Sen Kenneth B
K -ating, New York Republican.
charged Tuesday in 8 Senate
speech that it has become evident
that anti-Jewish persecution in the
Soviet Union is "a deliberate act
>n the part of the Communist, cen
Discount Airline Retaliation Threats
JERUSALEM (JTA) Airline
circles here this week discounted
purported British threats to can
eel Israel's airport landing rights
if El Al Israel Airlines refuses to
fly Dr Robert A. Soblen to the
t nited States Such a suggestion,
it was said, is not to be taken
seriously Israel has already giv-
en assurance to the British that
it is willing to fly Dr. Soblen out
of England but not to the Uni-
ted States.
Sunday's cabinet meeting here
'discussed various ramifications ol
the case of the American psychi-
atrist, who sought asylum here to
c cape a life sentence in the t'ni
led States, where he had been con-
victed of espionage on behalf of
the Soviet Union. In the event
that Dr. Soblen is returned here,
the Cabinet decided. Israel will
have no alternative but to permit
him to find an asylum of his own
choice. Such a choice is believed
to exist, since Czechoslovakia has
reportedly offered asylum to Dr.
Soblen.
Chairman Francis E. Walter,
of the House Committee on Un-
American Activities, meanwhile
urged in a speech in Congress
that the State Department re-
voke the United States landing
rights of El Al Israel Airlines
if the line "cooperates" in
Continued on Page 3 A
tral go> ernmenl to find scape
for an economic system that is I
of flaw s "
Through the crackdown on -
call ed "black marketeers." S n
Keating said the Russians wer
"trying to put all the blame
small minority, when the fail
of Communist planning. Comm
ist management, and the ver>
abilit) oi the Communist economit
system to meet modern industrial
needs is involved "
The Senator also speculated that
the Soviet resumption of nuclear
tests m th<- atmosphere was con-
nected with discontent in Russia
along with shortages of consumer
goods lie thought anti-Semitism
had been revived as a device to
"distract the Russian people.''
He urged a United Nations Hu-
man Bights Commission invest
tion of human rights in the Soviet
Union. He held that both the So-
viet and former Czarist regimes
, turned upon the Jews as scapo-
goats.


Tu
Page 2-A
JmisffhrMtof
Friday. August 10, 1332
State Dep't. Moves to Hah Latin Anti-Semitism
i, w lso reported here thai
WASHINGTON(JTA)The State Department has b n studying '
Jewish Telegraphic Agencj reports on the anti-Jewish in< lenta in ^ .... :uw
Argentina, as well as inJormation supplied by American Jewish groups, sador was
in addition to official reports from the United States Embassj make formal
Buenos Aires, and is watching the developments there, official wurces ... t0 the Govern
indicated this week ** *
At the same time, Edwin M
Mar-
tin, Assistant Secretary of State [Or
Inter-American Affairs, sai I thai
the state Departmeiii was exerting
its influence against Smr.h Amen
can anti-Semitism, and gave I
ances "that as suitable occasions
arise we and our officers in Buenos
Aires are prepared to dlSCUSS in
formally with members of the Ar-
gentine Government the concern
ot all decent men whenever minor-
ity groups are subjected to unlaw-
ful acts." He made this statement
in a communication to Rep, Leon-
ard Farbstein, New YorK nemo-
era t
"The Department of State, with
the assistance of our Embassy at
Buenos Aires, has fcr a period of
two years, been following closc'y
the manifestations cf an:i-Semit-
ism in Argentina," he stated. "On
the basis of the information
available to us, it seems that
most, if not all, of the anti-Semit-
ic activities are attributable to
small, largely covert and some-
what amorphous groups which
appear to be ultra-nationalist in
nature and to have chosen anti-
Semitism as one vehicle for the
expression of their personal and
social dissatisfaction."
Declaring thai the U S. Embassy
advised the State Department that
"the Argentine populace seems
genuinely h n itie :
. ,- i >pl tred u
tivities of those resp i
.waitin reveal* thai "oil >i
l e Embassy w ere tpi i n
time ago 11 th< m i
evidence i i ant: emi isn
ina, and were iasiructe I to i
so oi suitable apportunit -
point out to responsible Argentines
In unfavorable world re; ( i in
ma." Mr. Martin pointed
:. he rep r
: v .i!i >:
;nlzed
the anti-Se-
, | in H u crue I > the
...-; an i expressed
;o\ ernme
, -. : :-'> with the
Mi -. ..... idded
\ ine author-
tits i '
If was also reported here tnat
the anti-Semitic outbreaks in Ar-
gentina had also beer, discussed
in Washington with the Argentine
Minister of Economy. Alvaro Al
sogaray, during the latfers visit
to me United States iJT connec-
tion with his negotiatin$ for fi-
nancial aid The discussions
were conducted by Teodoro Mos-
cose, U. S. coord-nalor for the
Alliance for prcjress.
State Departmenl disclosures of
, ntacts with Argentine officials
,.i. the anti Semitic outbreaks fol
lowed protests from various sour-
ces urging the l S Government
to take action on the matter Con
such shameful outbreaks justify
prompt I S. action. For the
,,l the goals set by your Alll
tm Progress, and as indn-.it
America's determination thai .
help be for the strengthening ol de-
mocracj and not for fascist w
Communist totalitarianism. I
your official action informm.
countries that all V. s help to
them will be suspended unless they
take vigorous action to stamp out
such practices I respectfully re.
quest your prompt intervention

.........' '"" : '" gressman Herbert Zelesko. a New
-
Beachi+e Assists
Dade Delegation
Ar'.h 1404 N
!:. :
the Dj ition durii
. --. m in
.
: S'ark re -1 h -
it Miami
- Dade
-' i.....
ARTHUR STAP.X
Brazil Prelates Vow Assist
Continued from Page 1-A
ber of the Council's secretariat,
headed by Cardinal Augustine
Bea, who is the principal or-
ganizer of the Council convoked
by Pope John XXIII.
The memoranda earlier pre-
sented to the Cardinals had re-
quested amonjj other things, that
all Catholic texts delete the tra-
ditional Catholic blame charged to
Jews lor the killing ol Jesus. Don
Jaime told the Jewish Federation
leaders: "1 have always fought
for greater understanding among
all religions, races and nations. I
shall deal with this question in
that spirit at the Council."
He pointed out that Cardinal
Sentence Anti-Semitic Youths
ITAi -Three
- : i German gro ip il inti
Semites i "Germany's New
Youth," were sentenced here to
prison terms ranging from -i\
months to two in I .i hall years t n
smearin < N'az slog ins n .> church
wall They were arrested last
ir i* hen p dice found :i church
it Duizburg smeared with such
slogans as "Heil. Hitler'" "Cheers
Bea had named him to two if the tor Eichmanr ind "JewsOut!
Council's commissions ;'..r ... ,iir."...,^^...w,
deal with the Jewish issue. "N
Carmelo, assuring the Jewish Fed
eration that he will give
memorandum "my fullest
tion." went out of his way to praise
Israel "as a model of d .: i
for all of mankind." Don Carm -
visited Israel recently.
York Democrat, requested in a tel-
egram to Presidenl Kennedy this
week thai the I'nited state- threat
suspend all aid to Argen
tina and
use counli les lake
vigorous to i imp out" anti-

In ':.- u ire. i the I'n si
lent's
ko sai
shockii from U
- I anl
i outbreaks and propaganda
clearly reveal a breakdown of
i< ess in those coun-
to make I
erj 't high purposes ol your Alli-
ance for Progrt -- It is impera
live thai those governments know
that the American people abhor
anti-Semitism and view with horroi
an} indulgence in these Hitlerite
practices.
"Government failure to control
B'nai B'rith, meanwhile luj
here this week that it had
it-, "serious concern" over the
anti Semitic outbreaks in
tina and Uruguay to their emba>s\
hi ads in this c ountry, and had been
. d> ised that the governmei I -
both nations would act againsl
Jtwish extremist groups
for the best in...
- pest -?
i : n
-'
"control
.service
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
Phone Jf 1-3595
? 45 MICHIGAN AVE., MIAMI BEACH
LONO-DISTANCI
MOVERS
*^l ....... ........
Express your feelings to your loved ones .
SEND FLOWERS from the
BLACKSTONE FLOWER SHOPS
One of the oldest t Greater ': i- ... JUJf p,one
Serving you 2, hour, 7 days UNiort 6-1233
listen ., MbM., WKM 1360 .. r.w M every $Ufl(Jay
ass &?*:& 0F mkm BtACH
DAILY PICK-UPS New York, New Jer
ley, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Wash
ington, Boston all other points
DIAL JE 8 8353
M. lleberman & Sow
1204 WASHINGTON AVE., M.B.
RETURN LOAD RATES
yfig&Se
eWiCC
PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS
FASHION CENTER
OF THE SOUTH
Largest Selection in Latest
Styles for Men and Women
Hit PARKING SPACl IN RIAK
CONVINICNT TO BVSIS
728 LINCOLN ROAD
(On Ik* M)
Phone JE 8-0749
OCULISTS' PKfSCR/PT/OMS FILLED
CONTACT LENSES
*
Z*C
A\JG\JST BROS RyE
fa ft i v r '
is the flcsr
CENTER PHARMACY, INC
Sol Heilpern Alan Heilpern
9727 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
MIAMI SHORES
Phone PL 1-2924
-INSURANCE
mm ONE STOP AGENCY
#lf\ JIWELRY-FUKS MISCELLANEOUS PLOATIM
yV/^ AUTOMOIILE LIABILITY A THYSICAL DAMAI
^litmr Llwihi to mttt yoai d!
Tko Afoacy rot CAN toy VfSf
Ml lot ,.. aqoot My ~lt Coot I. Dooo"
ACKERMAN INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. SgltJVS
BIKUR CHOL1M KOSHER
CONVALESCENT HOME
NON PROFIT NON-SECTARIAN
SUPPORTED Sv YOUR COMMUNITY
Under Strict Sup*rvlHo" 3* '.- OrthodB. v,,^ w
Raob O- ,,,; H Bvo- D1. -V-"""^ 9' F"r""
24-HOUR NURSING DOCTORS ON CALL
ALL DIETS OBSERVED CONGENIAL SURROUNDING!
ROOF LEAK?
CALL
VICTOR CONN
Let us repair it or apply
a new one. For free
estimate phone:
ACME
ROOFING
CO.
#
JE 8-7255
WE INSTALL
GLASS
*'Mt EVERY PI RPOSE
STOtt E*tW PLATE ANO WINDOW GLASI
Fr..fr. Topi, Bevjlerf Mirron onl
ttillverinj Oar Specialty
L. & G. CLASS AND MIRROR WORKS
134 I.W .IN, ST. morn, Orli, Ph.n, f, ,.,
C0ULT0N BROS
MEMORIAL CHAPELS
'*.H *... Rd MIAMI BEACH .250 No,m.dy D,
JElferton 11151
0OU9.,d.,sw.,7,hs, MIAM. H,3-2,
' S Bll,g. Funel D.redor
A e.woborg leonard Z||ber,
A'tt.,,- 7w.-,,Je,h|
f




Fr.day. August 10, 1962
* I*** ;# f%rri^i^r
Page 3-A
Jewish Community Liquidation Systematic -- Tsur
it >
A process of complete liquidation
going on against Jewish com-
ities in both the East and Wesl
today. Yaakov Tsur (old hundreds
il Greater Miami Jewish commun-
ity leaders gathered at the Fon-
lainebleau hotel Tuesday niht.
T.-ur. a former Israel ambassa-
dor to Argentina and later to
France, is currently world chair-
man of the Jewish National Fund.
Tsur told the leaders that "there
i> a permanent emergency in Is-
rael.' adding that "1 do not mean
i [i- continuing difficulties with the
4rabs., Even when Nasser recent-
ly announced the acquisition of
new Soviet weapons, we took it
calmly."
Tsur explained that "it would
be dangerous" to discuss the
emergency to which he referred
in greater detail than this: "What
we face today is a new phase in
the a'tempted destruction of the
Jewish communities of the
world "
srai I diploma! an I Jew ish
. : Fund leader said thai
ration is ising to unprece-
evels and v e must n
ii try liveable for thi
I is we must absorb th< m
tfirst of all, In cautioned, "we
. -: rm he unti y that
an be mad< capable of ab-
ntion."
: lress d .. capacitj crowd
a aien the
ouncil ot the Jew-
nal Fund the
not i it
V)
f
DOG tucme
EVERY HiGHT
SUNDAY Q'UI
FB
-^
NO MINORS
//StASt.
June 1- Sept. 15
YAAKOV TSUR
"to havi 75 percent of Israel's pop-
ulation living in the fertile plain be-
tween Haifa and Tel Aviv, Jews
must settle everywhere in Israel
l Metula Otherwise the
fccui ity of the country can
assured To protect Israel, we
. : Israel
The former Ambassador to
France, an intimate of President
de Gaulle, declared that the
French won every battle in the
years-long Algerian war. "But
France lost the war. France lost
because her military occupied
El A! Shrugs
Off Intimidation
Continued from P?ge 1-A
moves that result in the libera-
tion of Dr. Soblen.
!. Walter I
the 5>i f State s
they
will e for pr<
venl sion of 1
States courts to b
Hi ind that 1 srael Go'
ernment out nsibli
h\ !..- tti ects 1
lane n ands El Al
ane I Dr. S to the L'n I
Charging thai a st i nj com-
hination of fore* w< rking t<
thwart" Soblen 5 retui *u said:
We must deal with our friends"
as the 1 nited States dealt with
Poland years ago, when it barred
the Polish ship Bator) from dock-
ing ,n the l\S be .use that ves-
sel had been used bj 1; 1 hard
Bisler, when th( latter jumped
bail as > convicted Communist.
only the large cities and not the
land."
H said: "We must lean, a lesson
from iht unprecedented events in
our time the events that have
made historv Otherwise what good
is our experience?"'
Tsur arrived here from Haiti and
the Dominican Republic. Earlier
in July, hi had attended a regional
conference of the Jewish National
Fund in Mexico. From here, he
goes to lecture on land reform at
universities in Guatemala and Pan-
ama. On Sept 3. he will attend a
second regional JNF conference in
Buenos Aires. Argentina
"Land relorm." he declared, "is
one ot the greatest problems for
the peoples of South America. This
is a matter ot social readjustments
of land ownership, which can have
significant impact on the future
freedom of the Latin peoples The
countries there are studying Is-
rael's methods ith great exc ite-
mert
Tsur came to Miami to speak to
a special summer ass;mbly of
the Jew'sh National Fund Council
here. Presenting a director's re-
port was Zev Kogan, local JNF
counsel. He was introduced by
Rabbi Mayer Abramowiti, chair-
man of the JNF Southeastern re-
gion.
The Jewish Floridian, read .. reso-
lution recognizing "the honor" of
Ambassador Tsur's visit to Greater
Miami.
The resolution n affirmed Gr< at
(; Miami Jewry's purpose to re
cati itself "to bring to com-
plete and successful fruition the
eel undertaken earlier
this year by JNF in Israel." Me
Ami is this community's twin city
now going up in the Jewish Slate
with fur.ds being gathered here.
Beth Torah Opens Registration Here
fJ
Complete and Dependable Title Service
MIAMI TITLE
& Qkttact Co.
36 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY
* ESCROWS
ABSTRACTS
TITLE INSURANCE
104 Northeast First Street
Telephone FRanklin 3-8432
YOU GET MORE CALLS
. WHIN YOUR PHONl IS ALWAYS ANSWikiD
V can answer vour phone in your own name. less
t-an $5 per week fcr a full time Telephone 5*cr*tl f.
ANSWERITE, INC.
TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE
PI one JEfferson 8-0721
Registration for the fall term of
nursery, Sunday and Hebrew
schools at Beth Torah Congrega-
tion begins this Sunday morning,
Organized over 20 years ago as
the Monticello Park Jewish Center.
the congregation on North Miami
I'.i ach oilers a complete educa-
tional program for children from
3 to 16 under the supervision of
Rabbi Max A Lipschitz and Abra-
ham J. Gittelson. educational di-
rector
The morring weekday nursery
school is staffed by professional
teachers and stresses a fu:l read-
ing program for first grade. Un-
der the direction of Rebecca
Kay, pre-school supervisor, th
school provides experience in
Jewish living, as well as activi-
ties in music, rhythm, dance,
storytelling, arts and crafts.
The E school primary de-
tmi mphasizi Bible stori -
- nces and .: spei ial
e a week call) d "He-
1 iru Fun "
offers a five-year program leading
to graduation and preparation for
Hebrew High School, as well as
liar and Bas Mitzvah training and
extra-curricular activities includ-
ing choir, cantorial study. Torah
reading. Karen Ami Council and
athletics.
Registration for Sunday and He-
brew school may be made daily
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.. and on Sun-
days from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m Nurs-
ery school registration is daily
trom 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
exi itive editoi : Tin Hebrev epartment
Attention
; Synagogues!! j
? 4
? REAL BARGAIN <
700 UPHOLSTERED
FOLDING CHAIRS,
, exra HEAVY conduction, book \
? racks on back of each chair. Will-
* ing to s*ll at REAL BARGAIN RATE.
? G'-'O'I Addrrssograph Machine also
J available. If interested call
JE 8-7231

4
..A
Dade
Federal
Savings
has 5
convenient
offices to serve
Dade County
r

SEE US FOR
LOW COST
HOME FINANCING
To Buy, Sell, Build
Refinance or for
Home Improvements
ALLAPATTAH BRANCH
<> 1400 N.W. 36th ST.
G
O
e
TAMIAMI BRANCH
1901 S.W. 8th ST.
..*
EDISON CENTER BRANCH
5800 N.W. 7th AVE.
MAIN
OFFICE
101
E.FLAGLER
STREET O
o
NORTH MIAMI BRANCH
12370 N.W. 7th AVE.
'i
\One of Ihe Nation's
Oldest and Largest"
Bade Federal
JaVINGS and to AN ASSOCIATION t>? MlAMI .
jv.
4
U
o
I0MW M IIPIOH. Pr rodent
&n&
v'll. UUittJJSavi:
* si\- 'J .
/ by
ingi occounte ere insured cp to $10,000
by on agency of the Federal Goven.
PER ANNUM
rat: I NJS
VABIE i.
COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY
OUR RESOURCES EXCEED 185 Mil LION DOLLARS


Page 4-A
* Jewish Her Mian
Friday. August 10, 1962
F
"Jewish Floridian
OFFICE and PLANT 120 N.E. Sixth Street
Telephone FR 3-4605
Teletype Communications Miami TWX
MM 396
FRED K. SHOCHET..............Editor end Publisher
LEO MINDLIN..............................Executive Editor
SELMA M. THOMPSON..........Asst. to Publisher
gicifd-CiS.pSu.. Paid Mtan.1, Florid*
Th, J.W.h Floridi.n *"~X^^T&S!!t>
the Jew.sh Weekly. J*'^r&'XU'..Worldw.de N'*
A8ency. Seven Arts Feat, re Sy^'cate^ Ajsr of
Service. National Editorial *"" _.nrid. press Assn.
English-Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida r ____
" \ ':b
.._____-
during the week
... as i see
by LEO MINDLIN
AS NON6 OTHER than our
** own country has discov-
it
ISRAEL BUREAU
Sheraton Hotel Tel Aviv, Israel
RAY U. BINDER .......... Correspondent
SUBSCRIPTION RATES:
Local Area
Year o 00 Three Vea's I C 00
Out of Town Upon Requ<
Volume 35 ,OMNumbeI 32
Friday, August 10, 1962
10 Ab 5722
Distance Helps
Our View
The Nazi-Fascist manifesto-
lions in Great Britain these days
1ell us some interesting things
cbout the official treatment of
cigotry in a democracy. To begin
with, they give us a more objec-
tive view of the way in which
she hatemonger is handled. Dis-
tance tends to dampen the heat
we feel about the freguent and
seemingly tolerant attitude our
cwn government adopts toward
the professional bigot on a na-
lional, state, or local level.
Thus, the manner in which the
British bounced George Lincoln
Rockwell on Tuesday appears to
be an exemplary one. London
decided to deny him entry in the
fust place. The arrival of Rock-
well at Shannon in Ireland
caught Britain's authorities un-
aware, and he slipped through
immigration without a hitch.
As of the beginning of the
week, the government seemed to
be dragging its heels in the mat-
ter of deportation. But by Tues-
day, the order was out: bounce
RockwelL
Such seemingly deliberate attention to the
matter might have stirred our own passions. A
parallel in this regard is the unhurried way in
which Washington authorities finally decided
to discourage Rockwell from his viciously anti-
Semitic demonstrations on the Mall of the
nation's capital, and how angrily all decent-
minded Americans reacted to the tempered
treatment accorded him.
The incident in Britain on Tuesday, placed
into perspective by the broad Atlantic between
these two great free nations, seems to show
that even in the case of a vicious bigot like
Rockwell, those concerned with the rights of
the individual must be deliberate and certain
in their purpose whenever they resort to due
process to deny these rights in the name of
the law.
' *
EASY WITH fOREIGNERS
Lest the forgoing seems an unre-
strained paean of praise for the British,
the sheer existence of men like Sir Os-
wald Mosley and Colin Jordan tends to
place this into its proper perspective. But
this should not be construed as a parting
shot against English fair-mindedness with-
in the confines of the Emerald Isle.
Hatemongers and racists being what
they are, it is absurd to condemn a people
for the bad apples among them. Such
would be akin to guestioning our own
democratic instincts because of the Conde
McGinleys in the United States.
All of which simply teaches us that
it is easier for a nation to deal guickly
and efficiently with the bigots of a foreign
country than with the native brand.
George Lincoln Rockwell, of Arlington.
Va., U.S.A., an undesirable in the eyes
of the Government of Great Britain, was
deported with relative dispatch on Tues-
day.
But the Jordans and the Mosleys re-
main. This is in the nature of democracy.
r
*JtA~>
This was also the case in the revelation
years back that Israel had been producing
machine guns for the Germans.
Commerce has always seemed to run
against the mainstream of human sentiment in
the dealings between countries with a past
history of wars or antipathies.
Communist bloc nations, right now, are
receiving direct American aid in one form or
another. During World Wot II, retreating
American military units were being slaughter-
ed by the Japanese with bombs containing
U.S. scrap metal. Examples of this sort of thing
are abundant.
Official Israeli explanations can be easily
mustered for the decision, just as the Uzzi
machine guns were easily explained, and one
must certainly understand them. But under-
standing them does not mean that they will
sit well.
It is difficult, almost impossible, to oiler
economic alternatives to a young nation that
needs every bit of foreign trade it can muster.
It is even more difficult to advise a nation to
act in accordance with super-human moral
imperatives when few others do; for not to
compete can easily mean not to survive.
Perhaps this is why the Hebrew Prophets
have always thought of Jewish sovereignty in
spintual rather than secular terms.
Deeds Needed^Mot Words
The hemispheric convention in Buenos
Aires on Aug. 18 will bring together Jewish
community leaders from two continents to
discuss the anti-Semitic violence that has
2ft number of Latin American coun-
tnes during the past few months.
It is to be hoped that, if nothing else this
expression of Jewish solidarity will act as a
damper to the disruptive purposes of the cul
pnts involved. CU1
The official statements by the governments
SL?'9 ina' UrUgUQy' and ,her La na
hons. condemning anti-Semitism as a national
no ess than as an individual way of Hfe are
certainly encouraging. X are
But they must be implemented bv oositi
actions on the highest levels to demonstrate
nol to deny the nation's industry the right to mere words ^ condemna,'ns ere not
f;;:::^^015 *J*_S"? AmY Wl11 Deed*, nol promises, must he
a positive example for all ,0 fc
ered, a people must be con-
cerned with its image abroad
I fail to see why Israel should
consider herself an exception
Fact is. however, that Isra. 1
suffers from some of the most
miserable public relatii
imaginable and a good
j of this is totally unnecess
B) unnecessary, I m an I
,, |S jn( resun 0i carelessness at best and incompetence at worst
. .. ictn n es lies a wide ran e of ii sensitivitj to i
the world an attractive view of her positiv.
,lonal Either thai or else l-ra.i ;.bsolutel> -.:n
i,aI has in ston and seems completely uninterested n
m tician art
1 would say that a country so motivated i.- a countrj bent
foundering or playing games with survival. 1. be self-assun
to be bored bj possible alternatives -imply suggest!
loss ol interest in diplomacy And ;i nation can no longer !>. i
seriously it its leaders are past diplomatic consideration. Yel I
is precisely the situation in Israel, whose leaders ;,s 0f Monda) fl
refused to bring R< bert Soblen to the United States from hi- h
bed in England What the government has in mind is difficult
surmise, but one thing van be assured: The petulant announcei
that Great Britain has no right to tell Israel's national airline .
to fl) and where is a tissue of double talk bartly intended to
., thi nfusion developed in Israel since her decision to d<
the convicted l S atom spy.
\i that tim< Primi Minister Ben-Gurion clearly enunciat.
statement ol I"- country's principle: that the Law <-f Return was i I
intended as a anctuar> for criminals. The l.n to which hi
since beer-, sul i es more than demonstrate a democrats
ference ..i opinion It suggests Israeli irresponsibility on a
variety ..t political fronts; it reflects the kind ol immature beha
thai only the rich and thi powerful can on occasion, and at .
. x| ense, merel) ill afford
THI l/Sf Of 0ISJOINTID HAU SYMBOLS
qut ISRAEL is neither rich nor powerful, ano m her case
* behavior 11111-1 be considered a far too luxurious indulgence
Those in Israel who for chauvinistic and perhaps even treason..us
reasons think otherwise are precisely among the Ben-Gunon oppon
ents who base their opinions on a gratuitous belief: that K
Soblen has reall) done no wrong and that the rights inherent in
the Law of Return should thus be accorded him.
This is rather consummate gall, and 1 would prefer to hope
that prevalent though they may be. the majority of Israel's di--. 1
ten are more likely acting out of a sense of misplaced allegiance
toward a "fellow-Jew" who. at a distance, seems the persecuted
object of a vast and impersonal nation. Their delusion is possibU
drawn further, including an entire range of unrelated grievances
against the United States charges of blatant anti-Semitism. Amer
ican participation in the Arab cause, Washington's blindness to Is-
rael's highest interests at the United Nations.
But none has even the remotest connection with the issue at
hand, being merely disjointed hate symbols, and all beg the larger
issue. Among the uninformed populace, such rationalizations for
Israel's bizarre behavior in the Soblen case may possibly be suffered.
Among presumably responsible leaders of a responsible government
they can have no place whatsoever. Not only do they question the
integrity of America's due process of law; they also suggest a cava-
lier disregard for the principles of international protocol.
?
iUi-'-n

Sovereignty of the Spirit
We venture to say that the Israeli decision
shortly cecome a cause celebre there.
MAILS MMNKING OF THf SOStfN TfffAl
ROBERT SOBLEN'S INNOCENCE or guilt is not the issue, and the
substance of his crime can hardly be considered anv of Israel's
Business, a- the British have already indicated. Soblen was con
victed by a democratic government's highlv regarded judicial sys-
tem; whereupon, he jumped hail and entered Israel Illegally, seel
refuge there Bui Soblen's use of false papers constitutes imm.
pmof of his own silent doubt -hat the Law of Return could apply to
mm. and his present efforts to avoid deportation are little more than
sanctimonious actions Intended dishonesUy to achieve his purposi
r.Ji'nm'.'. MmM,'r ,!,'n (;unon- recognizing this, has reacted forth-
rignti) He might, indeed, have added that Soblen. a Uommu
'p>.' f re n<> Jew, for one can not be both a Communist and
erim n I ."V" Law "' Return ce Junction in his c.....
criminal on the lam or not. Only Soblen's fake suicide trv aboard
> Mael, plane flying him back to the United states changed what
ought otherwise haw been little more than a ho. time for the Pri
Minister in the no.sj sanctity of his cabinet room.
landed''-.hV'"1"! 1!",ains insistence that Soblen never in tact
alo n" h.aS remai"ed a Charge of the Israel, airline all
So In In, '' "'""/' *'? '" *"* ,'"t fr0m l",(l" a P"lit,Cal '""
potato, Ending square, ,u.r Majegtylj| ^ ., ^
Ken tril ZZerS ",' '"u"*1 a chw,ce- Talmud-I.ke. to-'reopen" Ih.
ilie aov n i ,'"* ",y haVe no Junsd.ct.on '" the matter, to re.h -
government s position, and above all to put Israel on the spot.
AVOIDING THf OBLIGATION OF RfTUffN
' tsMM.B.!Ff0RE "I1" S"bkns 'nnocence or guilt can not be the
main- Israel' ,T if '" l'onccrned. In my view, the issue re-
hiBltive to atl resPnsibly in the matter of returning a
!,,,':""' W!,n wh,ch has friendly diplomatic re!:,
ingness to 1 L?. rngements; and her seeming will
^i^iissascn,ry in,,sraei ,n rdcr"
^rKoiMon^a^tir.6" rsibly navc in mind when ,hcy ''
' Israel onlv 1. lhalIsre, national airline will fly Soblen back
wuld rectifV th "" elSl" To answer bv "yin ,hat ,h"
to give Soblen's attorn.'.v?1 f".lurf on the part of the 8vcrn""
"' sho cause J "'U' torce M,nis,r-V of ,,,e ",u'r""
demonstrate not oSv MHtief|5rt*,tl0!! ?0uW "'" bc cance,ed ls "
^ onij political naivete but social hypocrisy.
Capturl 'iri'.a-n"""1'''"""" C0I,JUP Up shades of Adolf Kichmam. -
Soblen has ;,-, ri ht'f!S' ,Iiy ''" meaM 'or Britain denies that
tr> insists on ii there whatever while our own .
... .. law ..my Israel is ben, on a co
cumscribit 'h certain finger of dishonor 1


Friday. August 10. 1962
+Jewlst rk>rkttan
Page 5-A
Britain's Veterans Bent on Smashing Hate Units
LONDON (JTA) Ignoring the
advice d the lea i f organized
British Jewry, who have called
upon Jews to avoid riots during
provocai .' Fascist and Nazi mass
meeting! hundreds >f ilewisTi war
veterans were reported here to
be organizing "positive action"
against snti -Semitic rallies.
Promii nt Jewish ex servicemen
itc s;.- .:il: openly they could
"mobilize 10.000 '. en thi
streets 11 I ondi.....i i hours
if the m i to isitive ac-
turn' .i_. si ai a itators
arose
One :' the fore-nost Fascist
grr.p? this c-.-try the
British National Partyspened
its ann;.:' convention Saturday,
ousHe Lo-Hcr. Ab:ut 50 dole-
gates c' .aid to com-
pn met at the
estate :; 'Kir president nr.d
leae'er >Jrfw Psuntain*. Four
fo >!^nn!ng
a European !i-k with Ihe Brit-
ist P. : I w.'j r.ported in
E ..-!.-. .. i ekeni. Th four
ore fr. Franca, Italy, West
C?i tm a.ii :."
Aiai und and in
face of U t lai House i I
Commo j irne.J r ri la\ with-
out ..i' ... .i sod amend
men! t. Pu ler Act of
1936, -i to incitement
ii racial itreds, I organize
''posittvt ction" i gaining sup
p ; in scores >l Briton* who,
according to reports in the press
here Monday, are offering funds to
help the Jews fight the upsurge
of Fascism here.
At Manchester. Peter Grimshaw.
a Labor l'arty councillor, formed
an anti-Fascist committee. "The
time has come." he stated, "for
us to take matters into our own
hands If the government con-
tinues to hesitate over introducing
legislation, we shall have to re-
sort to violence That is the only
kind of language Mosley under-
stands Hi' was referring to Sir
Oswald Mosley, ider ; the Fas-
i: i Briti !: >n n rtovi ment, who
I hist v, i ek
both re i Is, at Man
Chester and e lla< kne;
': t End, wh <.::
has a large Jewish population
In Parliament, just before its
recess last Friday until October, a
| number of Labor and Liberal Par-
ity members insisted that the gov-
i
ernment take steps to nalt the
anti-Semitic demonstrations. Sir
Barnett Janner. a Laborite, who
1 is also president of the Board of
i Deputies of British .lews, told the
llciise of Commons he was speak
ing "on behalf of a half-million
lews" when he insisted that action
be taken Immediatelj againsl
Fascists lio are trying to repeat
th.' history of Ihe growth of Naz-
ism in pre-war Germany,
Protests ajainst the govern-
ment's failure to act were also
voiced sharply by David We'tz-
mann, Eric Fletcher, and Srie
Lubbock. The first two are
members of the Labor Party,
while Mr. Lubbock is a Liberal.
Twenty members of London's
City Council filed a resolution this
week, calling upon the Council to
petition the government to ban
i.ici'jmeni to violence :.y persons
advocating racial discrimination
and hatred." The City Council was
slated to discuss thai resoluti P.
later this week.
An editorial in the Sunday Tele
graph approved of ihe plans ol
Jewish ex-servicemen for "posi-
iive action" a 'am-' the Fascists
Recalling thai past history ex-
plains why ihe Jews and other
1 minorities are a r ousi d
they see Mosley incitii
seeking to h i
and police permitting him to i)
so," the newspaper stated:
"It is not surprising that they
and their sympathizers seek
protect themselves by taking til
law into their own hands Th s
only way racial minorities can put.
a stop to racial incitement is by
breaking the law and causin
order. This is manifestly a! surd
It is surely time that racial in
ment be mane an offense, carr;
with it deterrent penal'; -
Airline Executive Speaks
Lewis B Maytag, jr ; resi
ol National Airlines, addresse
i rtising i lub oi Greater ''
W i i ; iy eveninj
D | laza hotel He k
lines ol Create!' Miai
Hal Herman is presi li i I
Emcmit-EI Opens
Registration Here
Dr I" Lehrman, spiritual
li ader i rempl Emanu-EI, an-
nouni trati i the relig
inus si h v. ill iHy begin on
Moml.!'
Nursi school ludes -i bi-
in!-in ram. indoor and out-
ities, a' i is held at the
i .,-. \orth '.: t:.. .1 buildii
The i -day foundation school,
based ci the conservative phi-
losophy has a Hebraic-religious
ard sect-'ar program for children
in k:nd'carten, first and second
grades
Sundaj school, il l In both
tings confirmation
iarti :; r students a
am ol -iudy in Jew ish life :1m!
ervai s combined with expe
rences 1: wi-h h\ing.
In ..' '. 1:. Temple Emanu-EI
offers iltural i I social pro
-.ram fi i tuth ol ages, music
and dn n .. groups, and an adult
education institute
Dr. Lehrman and the Temple's
newly-ap] inted education direc-
tor. Morr- Tarasov are available
for consultation

Israel OK s
German Uniforms
Conrinuod from Pg 1-A
forms to the Bundeswehr consti-
tuted an .-ffront to Jewish work-
ers." One of the parliamentary
questioned had asked the Minis-
ter whether it was true that Ata
workers .ere being subjected to
'what amounts to tyranny" when
they were ordered by the com-
pany's m: r.agement to work on the
German uniform manufacture on
threat oi dismissal. Mr. Sapir re-
plied that the Ata management
haddeniti sueh coercion.
<
100 Jews in Or an
PARIS JTA) The Algerian
city of ( :..n, which had a popula-
tion of 3! 100 Jews, has less than
JOO Jews left now. all the others
having ed that city. Jewish
.source- reported this week. The
few Jewish families left in Oran,
it was reported, plan to stay on.
unless tl political situation there
deteriorates The Jewish refugees
from Oral are preparing to organ
Ize the Algerian lews now in
France U r the protection of their
right undir French law. They plan
ho to li -1 thai i srtain religious
gad cujtuial nee.- 11 met.
GOING PLACES'?
Thousands of FLAGLER FEDERAL savers will be taking a well-
earned vacation trip this summer because they have the savings
habit. You, too, can go places when you save at Flagler Federal.
At Flagler Federal your money earns at the new higher rate of
4H%, and dividends are paid and compounded every three months.
FREE TRANSFER of funds from anywhere in the United States. Open or add to
your Flagler Federal savings account on or before August 20th and earn
dividends from August 1st.
Walk-up Savings Window Open 8:00-9:00 a.m. and 3:00-5:30 p.m.
Over $55,000,000.00 in Resources'^
SAVINGS INSURED UP TO $10,000 BY THE FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATION
4
_ _. Current Annual Rate
FREE PARKING'
* H">S^J SE HABLA ESPANOt.
OWNTOWM
tOl N.E. 1st AVe.
BRANCH
BISCAYN& SHOPPING PLAZA
FIAGLER FEDERAL SAVINGS
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION O F # MIAMI


UMUMOUb!
F
Page G-A
9- Icnrs* U "'' '
Friday, August 10
Wcrldlewish Educators Convening
JTABy Direct Teletype
, 3 v: ;.--,; \] scov Chief
:. s i i Leib Levin sent a
cabled message rues
da\ i i the thir I Congress cf the
m which open
i.v night wil some
I artU ',' tin
rhe message.
of
n .i i) I i'
h hich i- i" He-
During a recent Denver labor dispute, both sides appealed to
businessman J. A. Sharofi to be the medictor. Sharoff agreed
on condition the parties involved make a contribution to his
favorite charity the tree, non-sectarian JCRS-American
Medical Center at Denver of which he is the treasurer. Sharoff
succeeded in settling the dispute guickly. Sharoff 'seated) re-
ceives "mediation fee" checks totaling S700 made out to the
JCRS-American Medical Center from (left) Charles F. Lindsay,
secretary-treasurer of Teamsters Union Local 452, and (right)
Floyd Joy. president of Ace Box Co. Looking on is Donald
I. Sutton, president of the Teamsters Union.
Gables Man Will
Run for Senate
Against Smothers
A Coral Gables salesman has be
come a candidate for l S. Senate
Samuel Blair, 45. will rim .i- an in-
dependent In the November elec-
tion against incumbenl Sen George c._.
Smathers threatened ivith extinction and the
Blair is Ihe candidate o| the Sen fate ol 2.000.000 Zionists would be
ior Citizens Council Florida jeoi ai
The Council is orgamzii The Premiei said he applied the
battle for Presidesl Kennedy's term Zionist" onl> to Israeli resi-
medicare program, which was de-
feated on Capitol Hill several
v eeks ago
taracters leclar
hands strengthened
of thos !l"' advance-
ment brew language, the
5acred tongue in which our greal
prophets envisaged tin- pMtt
the world, and ma> our '
. be fruitful for Torah and
world "
Rabb, Levin was replying to an
invitation I i attend the Congress
Prime Minister David Ben-
Gorion said in an address to the
Congress that the Zionist Or-
ganiiaticn was no guarantee for
the prevention of assimilation,
and stressed that the only fac-
tors for the existence of the
nation were Hebrew and the
homeland, the twin foundations
of the Jewish people.
H these were broken, he dec-
lared the diaspora would be
whose remarks were warmly :
plauded by the delegates
a ted that the full Jewish life i
ho lived nowhere but in Israel
Zalman Shanr, president of tl
Union, and member of the Je
ish Agency executive, delivei
the opening address. Pro! -
uel M Mirsky, of New York .
veyed the greetings of Hebrais
in the diaspora.
Also invited to the (
were the chief rabbis of Ruman
and Czechoslovakia, who did
reply
I
Britain Finally Boots Out
U.S. Nazi Chief Rockwell
Continued from Page t-A
Office between police and immi-
gration authorities, it was indica-
ted that long and complicated
legal moves would preclude the is-
suance of a deporation order and
that, pending the issuance of such
an order. Rockwell would be allow-
ed to go wherever he pleases in
England. A Home Office spokes-
man said "the Home Secretary is
now considering reports to see if
any official action is necessary"
on the Rockwell ease
Rockwell delivered a long tirade
against Jews at Colin Jordan's
rally at Gloucestershire on Sun-
da) Teen-agers armed with heavy
sticks and air riiles guarded the
estate while Rockwell shouted
praises of Hitler. Jordan and
many of his cohorts wore Fascist
uniforms, emblazoned with the
swastika, parading in jackboots
and the fact that Rockwell had
entered Britain in the face of
the Home Office order. The
Daily Express bannerline read:
"Fuehrer Beats Ban."
Meanwhile, a second Fascist
group, the British National Party,
led by Andrew Fountaine. contin-
ued ii- own conference Monday,
at Fountaine's estate at King
Lynne, about loo miles north of
London. That conference also
opened Sun laj ind is being at-
tended by about 50 British and
foreign Fasi
Monday, it was reported, the
Fountaine group di plans
mi a rally scheduled to be held
at Trafalgar Square here on Sept
2. Rallies have been held recently
at that Square by Jordan's group
as well as by the third Fascist
group in this country. Sir Oswald
Said Blair: "I'm directing my
campaign to the 'little man,' who
is |ust as important to the des-
tiny of this nation as the 'big'
man. And I certainly believe it
is about time that politicians
generally wake up to the fact
that 'little men' have the same
voting power as the large inter-
ests.
In this case, the senior citizens
of our state feel it was i definite
mistake to vote against medicare
They were for it. and our Florida
legislators tailed to represent the
senior citizens' interests when they
helped defeat medicare"
A native of New York City, Blair
Came to Miami 13 years ago and
i- currently a sales representative
for a Hialeah label and tan manu-
facturing firm, lie and his wife,
Stella, live at ,"iL'4 Valencia ave
Coral Cables.
This is Blair's secosd political
try He recently ran against Rep.
Ge Hue Hollahan for Florida legis-
an I polled 20 000 votes
in the same sens
Jerusalemite was a resident of
Jerusalem and a Haifaite, a resi
dent ol Haifa Mr Ben-Gunon,
RK\T A CM
from $2.50 per day
AB0TT MOTORS, Inc.
145) W. FLAGLER ST.
Phone FR 34765
03GUST BROS R> L
/s the &&SJ
a
THE JEWISH HOME
FOR THE AGFD
needs for its
THRIFT SHOP
All your furniture, clothing,
linens, dishes, drapes, etc.
All proceeds go towards support of
tho Homo. You may contribute. take
tax daduction or wa will pay cath
tor iam Remember ...* ara NOT
a profit-making organization Wa
ara helping your community to keep
Hi dignity. By helping others you
are helping yourself* Manufacturer*
and jobbersrememberwe cen use
all your >uffcasrs 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
* WATERMELON TIME
IS HERE.'
Enpoy Ice-Cold Slices at Our Tables
... Or Take Out!
WHOLE
**r*r>>^^^^^aV^^^^V
reminiscent of Hitlers hordes. "Josley's British Union Party. Both
Scotland Yard plainelothesmen vis-
ited the site of the Fascist confer-
ence Monday to check on the ac-
tivities there.
Jordan, refusing to leave the
grounds, told a newspaper corres-
pondent, talking to the latter
across a fence: 'Our principles
and beliefs are and we unasham-
edly admit them, the same as pre
war Germanys. We are proud
that we are a racial movement."
Leading newspapers here fea-
tured the reports of the Nazi
conference at Gloucestershire
tho.-e rallies, as well as others
held elsewhere by the Jordan and
Mcsley groups, resulted m riots
and in many arrests
mm
Locust duos hy, *
WlbH TO PURCHASE" LAW
FROM OWNERS OF PROPERTY
IN ISRAEL AT
HIGHEST PRICES.
Cash Available Immediately.
Contact DAVID DOGOLOFF
Wl 74589
'5231 N.E. 10th Avenue
""''' Mi-mi Beach Florid!
GORDON ROOFING AND
SHEET METAL WORKS INC.
2148 N.W. 10th Ave. FR 3-7180
Have your roof repaired now; you
will -n a new r00f later.
"Satisfa-tory Work by
Experienced Men'
FRfcE
ISRAEL BOOK
45 PICTURES AND
MAP OF ISRAEL
WITH PURCHASE OF
YUBAN
THE SIMCHA COFFEE
AT YOUR LOCAL STORE

Enclose labei from -
Yuban or snip
around from Regular "
' your name
dress and send I
JEWISH FIORIDIAN
P.O. Box 2973
Main Post Office
Miami 1, Fla.
.a.^i^^a i'ii\ m
PHOMf IN
YOUR OIOMS
FR 4-2710
FR 4-8783
1789 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD
We Pack 'em Rite Herel
lOjMi Pally ft Sue. A.M. 10 P.M. aTa>SaSSSSSSSSSSs>l
WKAT-FM
FROM

BRAHMS
WTOK
1941 a 21 Years Of Personal Service

1962
{ml
SAME
LOCAL
OWNERSHIP
SAME
LO U.
MANAGEMENT
12th AVENUE <****% FLAGLER
[ember Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
SAFETY EXPERIENCE SERVICE
F. deC. OAK
Chairman ol the Hoanl
TLI.I.Y F. DUNLAP
Prttident
' Hea- the World's Finest Music on
WKAT-FM
93.1
on your FM dial
MIAMI'S ONLY PURE
CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION
Programming MORE LIVE ConrPrts!
WKAT-FM


Friday. August 10. 1962
'Jmist Fhridli&r
Page 7-A
Miami Pharmacist, Mow in Air Force,
Kelps Save Life of 9-Month-Old Child
aio. N. Y and a graduate of the
niversily <>f Buffalo He is a
member <>f Beta Sigma Rho fra-
lernity.
His wife is the former Kay S.
Lt. Mark M. Rosenfeld receives the package containing a rare
6erum during a mercy mission to save the liie of a baby girl.
Capt. Andrew C. Mitchell, jet pilot who flew the first leg of
the mission to deliver the serum to Ramey AFB, Puerto Rico,
makes the delivery.
Beth David Will Reopen Branch
Beth David Congregation an!
nounces thai classes this fall will
cr.ce again be conducted at the
branch school in the South Dade
. et, SW 77th ave and 104th St.,
. cctsalMe from the Palmetto by
and Dixie hwy. A full program
<; Religious school instruction will
t, offend
Mra. Ben Ka/cr. chairman of the
congregation's board of education.
said "It is imperative thai we ful-
fill our obligation to the residents
01 the South Dade area in furnish
: religious school facilities for
their children. Last year, this pi
i project waa overwhelmingb
BUCOaasful, and it became clearly
apparent that the program had to
:, carried on again this year
Beth DavM it launching its Slt
yer of re'ijjious instruction, wilri
on* of the largcit nrollmftnts in
Dade county Professional staff
is licensor by the Burao of
Jewish E Nursery school will again be con
. cted under tile supervision of ih.
IOU school, headed by Saul
1 abin, education director Louis
n. senior faculty member, is
cempieung Ins 8tth year a-. Beth
id
The classes on nursery, pre-hin
. arten and kindergarten levais
olfer an integrated program of sec
. ..: and Jewish training
Thi.s year, tin board of education
permit children Of non-mem
bers to enroll Registration Is
being accepted at the SChOOl oltlc.
SV, 3rd ave for both the mam
branch schools,
A former Miami pharmacist, now
an officer in the- U. S. Air For. c.
is being credited these day.- with
playing a ke> role in ;.r. emergency
mercy mission,
He i- Second Lt. Mark M. Rosen-
feld, who helped save the life Ol a
nine-month-old child ;-t Ramey
AFB in Puerto Rico recently.
When the baby girl suffered a
severe reaction to a smallpox
vaccination at Ramey, doctors
sent out a call for a rare serum
to combat the deathdeaiinj po-
tential o* the illness. The serum
was located in Atlanta, Ga., one
of 12 cities where it is available,
and Capt. Andrew C. Mitchell
was diverted from a jet flying
training mission to pick it up.
Lieut Rosenfeld, a United States
Air Force Hospital pharmacj offi
cer at Robins AFB in Atlanta, wai
given the direct responsibillt) ol
insuring the safe delivery of the
.-erum. He personally attended to
the special handling of the medi-
cine upon its arrival at Robins,
during the transfer to another iet
. ircraft and the linal dispatch ol liobbins. of 6155 LaGorce dr. Mi-
.t to Ramey. ami Beach. He was employed by
Lt. Rosenfeld is the son of Mr. Tarasch Pharmacy, of Miami, prior
and .V:.- Ellis .'. Rosenfeld. of Bui- to entering the Air Force.
Urge Collaborator Investigation
Cc-.f..iued from Page 1 A
that Kirschbaum had allegedly
conferred durii 3 the war with
Ado f Eichmanr. about the liquid-
ation of Slovakia 1 Jewry, and
that, ultimately, 71X00 Slovakian
Jews had been sent lo Nazi death
camps. The Council has also
been report2d as iiaving c ?mand-
ed that Canada extradite Dr
Kirschbaum to Czechoslovakia.
A statement bj Mr. Harris de-
clare <:: "\\t have been disturbed
(or some time b> the stories which
have been emanating about Dr.
Kirschbaum'.- past. We have accu
mulBted considerable information
which, we believe, requires further
study and investigation. We feel
the Canadian Government should
take immediate Steps to check on
this information and to determine
whether Dr. Kirschbaum's entry
into this country was valid, if
not. we believe the Government
should lake procedures for depor-
tation back to his country of on-
gin."
According to Mr. Kayfetz, mem-
bers of the CJC in Toronto had had
personal contact during World War
II with Dr Kirschbaum, and knew
him to be the principal official of.
the Hlinka Party. Prior to holding
that post. Mr. Kayfetz said Dr.
Kirschbaum had been the leader
ol the Bratislava student section of
the Hlinka Party
Dr Kirschbaum s case is under-
stood also to be under observation
bj George Davidson. Deputy Min-
ister of Citizenship Of the Canadian
Government
Gables Boy Wins
Top Ci+ation Here
I avid Luchins, son of Dr and
Abraham Luchins, H9 Almi'
Coral Cables, has place.
. the top 100 contestants li
nation in the 96th annivers
. in the United States
nil r ai the Mesivta H
1 Greater Miami, and a
rew Academj
1 n the top award in
gtati f F I01 ida
i| ihi N '
et; was a w in cr 11 ihi
.; sponsored by the
mention in the r<
, -. 11 .. e !
. inner ol last
1 contest
. al 1
Ac ng to Rabbi Vlex 11
-. principal, the Mes
1 -. ry will receive a year's sub-
to 1 NESCO Courier" in
David
The av, ard 1- presented through
. 1 1 the UNESCO Pub
BI ions Center
NOW OPEN
a big, new
HOT SHOPPES
Restaurant
Just around your corner
in North Miami Beach
050 North Miami Beach Blvd.
(In the Jefferson Super Center)
The colorful, spacious dining room
features choice beef, chops, chicken
and seafood, cooked to your order
by the master chef presiding over
the glowing Char-Broiler. The big
menu also features many other Hot
Shoppe specialties, and each eve-
ning there's a special full course
Family Dinner at a modest price.
Children get a special welcome,
puzzle place mats and a menu all
their own.
The Sundown Room, a smart, luxu-
rious cocktail lounge, is another
feature of the new Hot Shoppe
Restaurant a warm, intimate
room for before-dining relaxation.
The restaurant also features private
banquet facilities for up to 70 per-
sons. For the finest food for the
whole family, at moderate prices,
be sure you make a date to visit
Hot Shoppes. Open 7 days a week
for lunch, dinner and late supper.
,-zrz
f^r^rrr^l
EOT SHOPPES RESTAURANT
Also located at 3500 S. Dixie Highway, Miami
IS the BEST


P3 6-A
+Mnist fhriiiar
Friday. August 10. 1S62
i
S
K
pa
|h<
da
at
on
in
oc
tir
er
Ti
of
V.
S3
D
K
Jewish Leaders Discuss Fascist Activity in Britain
Continued from Po t.A
ist *nd pro-Mosleyite. During
h melee, Mosley was knocked
tfown, and his face was bruised.
Synagogues throughout Britain,
r.eanwhile. held special memorial on humanity."
services for the victims of the
Nazi holocaust, in protest against
:.",< renewed campaign of incite-
ent launched by the neo-Fasci-t
groups. The Sabbath services were
held in response to an anneal bv
. bief Rabbi Brcdie t.iat -.;ie syna-
memorialize the mMhons of
Br tis Government

that it will
ough ti eral a" to a pr
Parliament ai
in >uch
ber those who were the victims of
the Nazis net only in tribute to
their martyrdom, but as a
protest against permitting the re-
vival of an evil which wrought introduced in
such overwhelming destruction up- ing the Public Order Act
a way as to forbi d incitements

.; in the
Bonn Cool to Israel's Entering
European Common Market
Jewish martyrs who perished at
the hands of the Nazis, "as a
stern protest" against the recent
wave of anti-Semitic meetings In
bis message to the synagogues.
Rabbi Brodie declared:
"The evil which we all thought
. a- completely discredited if not
exorcised has raised its ugly head
agi n And in England of all
Nazi slogans and Nazi
;ropaganda breathing rabid anti-
and racial prejudice
, t rightly demanded that the
nn of Trafalgar Square in the
art of the capital.
"Most sections of the nation con-
ed these blasphemous and
patriotic manifestations, and
righly d that the
es take the strongest st( ps
BONN1JTA1 The West Ger-
man Government is cool to Is-
rael'.- desire for the establi-hmen:
of a link with the European Com-
mon Market, diplomatic sources
here revealed. Germany is one of
tin six members of the European
Economic Communitv. parent of
the Euromart. The otner mem
bers are France. Italy, and the
Benelux countries, Belgium. The
Netherlands and Luxembourg.
Instead of favoring an Israeli-
Euromart link, diplomats said,
Germany holds the view that Is-
rael should initiate bilateral ne-
gotiations concerning its trade
problems with the individual gov-
ernments represented in the EEC.
On the other hand, it was noted
prevent my resurgence f that here. West Germany is conducting
-; .'.hich was responsible for broad trade and foreign aid talks
errible catastrophe which cost with Egypt and with at least one
millions of human lives Arab country. Jordan. Jordan's
It is our solemn duty." the Foreign Minister, Hasim Seiha. ar
ef Rabbi declared, "to remem- rived here for a brief official \ i-:i
at BABY TIME
Welcome Wagon cele-
brates the arrival of each
new baby with a friendly
callwith a basket of
gifts and congratulations
of the entire community.
5evi I
ifficials also am-, i
While the Bonn Government is
not expected to rush into a trade
agreement with Egypt before
consulting its allies, especially
the United States, serious con-
sideration is being given here to
the possibility of starting formal
trade negotiations between Ger-
many and Egypt. German offi-
cials are talking about the need
for economic negotiations with
Egypt in view of what they see
as "Egypt's predominant posi-
tion in the Arab world and in
the near East."
One ser :nder
way here r< -. i ling
: as) : ai I provid<
valued at 650.000.000 Deutsch-
mark.- a il S165.000.0i
developments in S Since S
broke awaj from !> L'niti
an} is i
-. ; itl Egypl thi mm i
at agreemi I
- in I. m km n
while si that the [sii
:. .- i (akit ip wii
tile i:'
that Boi tronger attit
;.'.e West German nu-
ke: experts and technicians who
have been aiding Egypt rocket r>
progi am. There are about 200 I
these German rocket experts in
' Egypt, the reports stati
The New York Times, m a cable
from its correspondent. C. I.. Sulz-
berger reported that either of the
two rockets which Egypt produced
could bombard all of Israel from
: bases well in the rear, and that
the design and fabrication of
these rockets were made possible
by signal contributions from three
Germans. Profs. Saenger. Brand-
ner and Pilz. aided by over 100
German technicians."
Mr. Suliber-jer added that
Saenger and Brandner once held
important positions with jet and
orc'nance firms and institutes in
West Germany. Brandner work-
ed in Russia after World War II
helping design llyushin engines.
Pill is credited with inventing
an astonishingly inexpensive
missile which, although it still
has a short range, costs only
S50.CC0 and has bsen vital
Nasser's tests.
' '
However the Government
spokesman, Home Secretary
Brooke, also warned that care-
ful consideration must be given
to the problem of preserving
the right of free speech "while
effectively discouraging wanton
incitement to racial hatred."
- Ban ett Jannei a 1

that the
- the
Secret! r\ '

the common li no right t
: C( ntinilll :! "
these outi ..- -
Detectivi 5 port ties and
t mtrj wen
put this 1 '
...
Brit am to
hold their firsi x
nee World v.
..... '
>( the
......
of a I
- Vai
ras learm
invite d) to thi
: ntish
Satici attemptn
thi N
. .
Brit '
The British Naii said the ob
ject of the congress was to plan
the coord;nation of the National
Socialist struggle for race and
nation throughout the world."
'
tl
-.
e applied foi
'
. in Ens
PRII TO OUR READIRSI
- c:als saM that Rock-
well was enl I to a |
like tiien, 1' I that .t
was up to Kr.r:and whether to
er ( .eted of
. I j \. : 1 ua cm
KING
ARTHUR'S
COURT
The
SINGING STRINGS
DINNER SUPP6R
MIAMI
SPRINGS
VILLAS
500 Deer Run TU 3-4521
ART {*.. COww
0

Be sure to tell Welcome
Wagon of the arrival of
every new baby in your
life.
foi manv
special G
East arms race
'- ntj bra
ns in tl
ihich the three si
51
sports have 1
from the

24-Year Hebrew-English
Calendar. 32 pages. All
dates and Hebrew equiva-
lents and days of the week,
Oct. 1940 to Sept. 196 i.
r"
Important Jewish hcl'.dayt
to 1970.
For free copy write '0 H. J.
Heinz Company, Dept. 32,
fittobarghou, iv:.:. .........
...
rted
HI 84994
WELCOME WAGON
TELEPHONE
PROPERLY
ANSWERED
IS YOUR GREATEST
BUSINESS ASSET
Answerite, Inc.
Telephone Answer
Service
SERVING
JEfferson Union
Highland FRanklin
Executive Office
FR 3-5581
ing
KOSHER
MEALS
FREE 7th DAY

SSMLs
-
^^__jl :--'S
Ct*.s.Uunmt*i
CAlL JE 4-2141
\y
UNIQUE!
MAGNIFIQUE!
a
m
JAKPIN'
ME
RONEY PLAZA HOTEL
^3*d Si-Mi and Coit.ns Av*nU*
M. Beach
the New MOTEL
MARSEILLES
CONTINENTAL
DIN'SG ROOM
r no,"
--: RESTAURANT
8393 Bird Rocs Miami 2tb-l 744

^
->
.'.CONTINENTAL?.
', CATERERS '
v. 7T-:
CATERiSG for BAR
MITZVAMS & WEDD.NGS
THE ROYAL HUNGARIAN
RESTAURANT
JE t 5401
HAROLD PONT .nd IRVIN GORDON
GORDON and PONT
fron
0SHEI CAT! I Ell
on dotnrti H compl.t, firff*
*m
170 M.W. 5th ST., MIAMI
_0N HOUSE WEDDINGS BAR M.TZVAHS I
PHCtvE FR 4-2655
"der the Supervision of the U.K.A.


Friday. August 10, 1962
* JfewisJ. IFk radian
Page 9-A
i
By MAX LERNER
The h.:.n .f th- dilemma for the Negroes who are loading the
> Movement m Georgia is Mmply put. To get widespread non-
lent direct action on the part of the Negro masses you needed
nething dramatic to spur them into getting arrested But if the
en, is dramatic enough it ma> spur them all too much, into violent
r than non violent action.
is why the emergence of the Albany Movement in recent
IS me of the important events of our time. What we read
illj in the papers will appear in the historj hooks, and graduate
nts will write learnedlj about it jus) as they now do about
5 -.ill march in India.
The) will write about the men who deliberately kneel in prayer
steps ot city hall in the Georgia city, in order to yet themselves
| led rn masse, and about the unruly Negro croud that could no
ri -train itself and threw some rocks at the police; and about the
re of the Rev. Martin Luther King and the other leader-, to
, their sense ot hurt at the breaking of discipline; and about
Negro lawyer caned by a sheriff, coming out ol the Albany court-
i ish blood streaming from ins head
"
But mostly they will write about the agonizing problem of the
N leadership in America When appeals to the courts no longer
Ugh, anil you can't use revolutionary violence, what do you use
tics? How do you build a mass movement among your own
people, to keep them from being lured by the persuasive sim-i
lies of the Black Muslims? How do you stir their faith and be-
it also making then- blood rage? How do you compel a
to live up to it- legal code and it- moral pretensions without
its fabric, as in the Congo or Algeria?
.'. atever comes of the Albanj Movement, its importance i- that
have the courage to risk failure as thej probe for the an-
lo these questions Failure or success is not the final word
.. movement Walter White and Thurgood Marshall (the om
pohtu.il leader, the other a brilliant lawyer now being loutish
confirmation ;- judge), had tin- idea of usinj mer
ni < ii order to \ ,n legal victories
ibl< was thai :t worked and when the great victorj
Ii,- school iase i' proved only a dust) answer The victory
r< because to win a triumph in the courts i- not enough ii
win 'lie assenl oi the society to carry through the court's

- i- why Louis Lomax's "The Negro Revolt" i- right in a.....s-1
of Ntgro youth in America Their impatience and their
f'- for 'direct action" tactics are signs of a new phase in the
le for identity. But the question of what you do with
Nrness when you are a young Negro in America has not yet
swered.
------------
I never thought I would be writing a column aiding and abetting
ster, hut here I am doing it. There is a little band of Demo-
tratic Senators, including EBtea Kefauver. Wayne Morse. Albert Gore
i Mrs Maurino Neuberyer. who are braving the solid phalanx of
-tration leaders. Republicans and AT&T to keep the government
ii.mding over the future of satellite communications to a single
Ihiir weapon is talk, their position as former anti-filibii.-tcr
- is vulnerable, and their chances of success are negligible.
form a gallant little company, and aside from applauding
urage I have more than a suspicion that 10 years from now
' u- will also be praising their vision, and that certain Admin
1 :i leader- who are HOW fighting them will kick themselves for
iii-en on their side
segregationists have been using the filibuster against civil
islation to deprive human beings of their humanity, Their
is not to force more mature consideration of tin- cud rights
eir real purpose is to keep th people's will from ever being
d on that issue The Kefauver Morsi >. re group, on the
I has used the filibuster "" a spanking new issue hardl)
hamper that hardly anyone has had a chanci I think about
they are buying time for mor< i- do more ihinkn

" a filibuster was ever justified, in this limited sense of an em-
k ying tactic, tin- one i- 1 v.ish thai some of the Senators 1
' m the other side llumphrej and Mansfield especiallj
- leii minds on the filibuster problems and eir bro-
vhom the> belong on thi issue ol substam
finings are important That is oni ol the things we should
from the historj ol the television industrj whei
i t and potential was narrowed to Ihi rm visioi of
il motivi what i- opening now with th< communication
- an era of even vaster poti not ( nlj for mass culture
' irticular nation, but for a global culture thai will shrink
boundaries it we begin thai era bj handing its brighl vistas
\i>tT or any other corporation we will be .-addled by that
all the years of our lives
danger is not ju.-t thai AT&T will in timi gel a monopolj
ni the big new industry perhaps one ol the biggest of the
The real danger is thai we will be entering a future of incal-
possibility in world communication where the -take- will be
stakes of who and what will be reaching the minds of billions
and we will be putting that future in the hands of men not
to the people
' of all. we will be cuttinj from new waj
the communications future, .-till ungbmpsed today b>

TW0f CITY GLASS CO.
GUARANTttD HUMORS iJORl WONTS fURNUURl TOPS
ANTIQUE MIRRORS & RE SILVERING
AUTO 61ASS mSTAlUB WHIlt YOU WAIT
U20 Htl, Street, M.B. Closed Soturdoys Tel. JI 8-6141
I
BEGoodrich
EN El S00 W. FLAGLER ST.
KABLAMOS ESPANOL
NORTON TIRE CO.
Main Store: 5300 N.W. 27th Ave.
Open 24 Hours & All Day Sunday
VISIT OUR NEW WEST HOLLYWOOD
5TORE AT 6017 HOLLYWOOD BLVD.
SALE! NEW TREADS
ONE PRICE
ALL SIZES
LISTED
750x14
800x14
850x14
600x13
600x15
Plus Fed to 29c to 48e and rceap-
pable casing or add 3.00 White-
walls Slightly Higher.
FULLY RETREADED SHOULDER
TO SHOULDER
SAME TREAD DEPTH. WIDTH.
DESIGN. AND GUARANTEE AS
NEW B.F.G. TIRES
All Tires
FREE MOUNTING
Genuine B.F. Goodrich "Safety-S"
ECONOMY MILEAGE
Safe stopping, proven tread design
Full 7-rib tread
Full 4-ply quality construction
Finest economy-type tire
All Factory NewNot Seconds, Not Retreads, Not Discontinued Stock
12-Month Written Nation-Wide Guarantee
Whitewalls and Other Siies Slightly Higher
BRAKES RELINED
95
WHILE YOU WAIT
ALL FOUR WHEELS
^^^ American
Star Locations Only ^^ Cert
Guaranteed 15.000 miles or 1 full year
8
VACATION
CREDIT TERMS
PAYMENTS DO NOT START
TILL YOU RETURN
FROM YOUR VACATION
15
CONVENIENT
LOCATIONS
B.F.Goodi ich
5300 N.W. 27th AVENUE
Open 24 Hours & All Day Sunday
* MIAMI
3300 N.W.
37th Ay*.
* 500 Weil
Flesler SI.
* 41*0 Wilt
FUlcr SI.
6771 S W.
Sib SI
M0 6-9723
SOUTH MIAMI
5930 Soulh
Dixie Hwy
KEY WEST
S40
Green St
HAIIANDAIE
29 North
Dixie Hwy
* HOMESTEAD
30100 South
Federal Hwy
HOLLYWOOD
103 South
Federal Hwy
V.I A Ml BEACH
* 1454
Alton Bo4
I MIAMI
131M N W
* 7tn Ait
W HOLLYWOOD
* *017
Hollywood
leulevard at
State Rood r7
YU 7-O450
FORT
IAUOERDALE
* 15*0 South
Federal Hwy
JA 51136
3705 Soulh
Dale lld
J833 West
reward Bird.


Page 10-A
?Jtn/s/- Fkridlidiri
Fiidcy. August 10. 1962
Community Center Executive Affirms Jewish Role
By SANFORD SOLENDER
The subject originally scheduled
for this session was entitled "To
be as One." It was planned to
present and discuss at this time
the new film about the Jewish
Community Center which bears
this title. But the publication of
a series of articles on the Jewish
Community Center in the Winter-
Spring 1962 issue of "Conservative
Judaism" led to the decision to de-
vote this session, instead, to the
issues raised by the writers of
these articles.
The irony of this situation lies
in the fact thai the original title
is the most appropriate one for the
new subject, as well. This com-
pendium of articles is a bitter at-
tack upon the Jewish Community
Center designed to destroy it as
an institution. It is an attack
from a source which more proper-
ly should be concerned with
A recent article i "Conservative
Judaism" ha< stirred u ndtton.1
controversy on tht "]ewishness *
the Jewish C o m m u 11 > Center
movemen / .; /miv firestn'ed
June J before the annua. confer-
tnce '! tht National Assn of Jew-
ish Center Workers at Adimru
City, Kl Sanford Solender of-
fered j cogeni answer. Solender
:. particularly icell-quali/ied to re-
ply. He* has 'j.:.( _5 years o\ dis-
tinguished service in fewish com-
munal wor\. Presently he is exec-
utit'e rice president o\ the Rational
feu'ish Welfare Board and presi-
dent .'I the National Conference oj
Social Welfare. H< i< a formei
; ndeni of the National .\
Jewish Center Workers, hi 1961-
62, he was appointed chairman '(
a committee by formei Secretary i|
Healili. Education, and Wi
Abrj/idin Ribicoff to review U.S
.1
SAMfORD SOUNDER
Government icef/ari programs, Tht
follou'iti. is I'. : I in d si ts
for th( entire fai n ""era of
genera i Jewish interest, and
increasing opi rtunitj for inter-
city .... ation fJ Jewish youth
Then has been special emphasis
on ;, world outlook in Center pro
grams through yw-to-yt-;ir sup
port of thi Jerusalem YM and
YWHA It isits will and to Jew-
ish youtl lai Is The ris-
ing '.:. in th< time-honored
j, (, jsh s se of s ..... stice has
animi 'ased Cen
.,.; public affairs Cen
id- day i nas
e. with enlarging stress
on the us of this i rience to
di i; cish interests
S;nci enters ':-' im-
stall to
. i Centei rposes the
s| eciaci i r ris< in tl t number of
C nti r professi i kers from
74J i, ] i4 [i 551 in 1961 is
es| t. ial Re< ruiting
workers th alfirmat Jewish
:ommitmi !i bi backs und has
been emi The nter field
has a great, i proporti i il work-
Brs so ..... than '' l"'1'"''-
Leaders H nationall; iffiliated
Jewish >< tl -1 i" '"' ca*
reers inCentei work increas-
ing frequence i trei lenced
by thi er.eral i "f ,he
lewish i 'i th
There has been a dr n itic rise
in training | grams r Center
irofessii m staffs d with
lewish knowledge. A gi ns num-
I, ,. ,,, ndi ch pro-
jects, : mak attend-
ance i I i'ry.
Such i"' :
ml th. : for n|
Clevclan at It i more.
Often rri i in co-
,., ,ra| ish ational
institutii thi rsity
of Judai:.....i casi he Jew-
ish Ce of L- Ai
NEXT V. EE< Growt- ndicates
Proqr.i.
strengthening every potential force .
for Jewish enrichment in America. : these articles appear at the time
Jl must be noted with sorrow how |
far these authors have ventured
from their time-honored commit-iof Center work in America. The
jnent to Klal Yisrael: "To be as sinking progress of the Jewish
Onet" indeed should be the title
Jor this discussion.
These articles, and the press
release announcing their publi-
cation, attempt to make the fol-
lowing points: that the purposes
of the Jewish Community Center
art not intrinsically Jewish; that
Center preyjram content is not
sufficiently Jewish; that Center
professional leadership is defi-
cient in Jewish background and
commitment; that Center lay
leadership is Jewishly marginal;
that by their open door policy
Center's contribute to inter-mar
nage; and that since Centers do
not ccr.tribute to the enrich-
ment, development, or preserva-
tion of Jewish life in America,
funds they receive from feder-
ations should be redistributed to
synagogues for at least their
Jewish educational and youth
programs.
/Maturing Movement
Community Centers and the Young
Men's and Young Women's He-
brew As.sns. in the lasl decade and
a half are a dramatic story of the
flowering of one of the Jewish in-
stitutions truly indigenous to Jew-
' ish life in the free democratic soil
' of America.
Few facts describe the maturing
of the Center movement more elo-
quently than the process in the
past decade of redefinition and re-
I affirmation of Ihe purposes of the
Jewish Community Center in
American life. Initiated in 1947-
48 by the National Jewish Welfare
Board survey conducted by Dr.
Oscar Janowsky. and consistently
carried forward since by community
studies in* all parts of the nation.
' by conferences of Center boards,
and by action of individual com-
munities, this process has signifi-
cantly sharpened and focused Cen-
ter aims. The primary functions
of Centers have been reasserted to
I be the enrichment and strengthen
I ing of American Jew ish life
This "symposium" in "Conserv- through significant Jewish group
Judaism" the term is a association. Universally rejected
tjphemism since only one side of has been any idea of the Center as j
the picture is presented is re- a place for association by Jews
markable f<.r its failure to recog- without affirmative Jewish pur-
ize that the issues with which il poses,
deals are actually the fundamental Growing out of this sharpened
problems of all Jewish life today sense of direction has been great-
They affect equally the synagogue er clarity about the focus and con-
very other Jewish institution, j tent of the Center program. Cen-
The tragedy of these articles is ter workers and lay people have
that instead of examining the applied themselves to kindling the
roots and causes of matters which interest, excitement and activity of
ncern the synagogue as much as Center members about Jewish con-
the Center, attention is focused cerns. and steady progress has re-
only on the Center. Certain of the suited. While the universal as-
authors even endeavor to attribute | pects of the Center's program
risibility for some of these have been strengthened the great-
problems to the Center. The edi- est emphasis has been on enrich-
u "I maazini' have l]1 fact ing Jewish experience for pre-
snaped these articles as an assault school and school-age children
the Jewish Community Center, teen-agers, adults, and older
which the) would eliminate from adult-, club, and special interest
imencan Jewish scene. groups have dealt increasingly
y paradoxical that .with Jewish concerns through dis-
cussions, festival programs, visits
>of such tremendous development lo points of interest and commun .
ity participation projects. Mass
activities and inter-group pro- j
grams have been based on Jewish
interests,
Jewish cultural programming
in the arts and Jewish adult ed-
ucation has been accelerated. In
the loan of a few days on a re-
cent trip, I taw an impressive
exhibit of Jewish art by a con-
temporary American Jewish art-
ist on display at the Center in
Cincinnati, sponsored by it in co-
operation with the local Bureau
of Jewish Education. In Los
Angeles I was told of plans for
the American premiere of a
modern Jewish drama by the
dramatic group of one of the
Los Angeles Centers. In the re-
cent JWB sponsored National
Jewish Music Council project to
commission new indigenous Jew- |
ish music, 14 Centers commis-
sioned 20 new Jewish musical
compositions.
A .tud.v of adult programming
in Centers revealed that more
than two thirds of Centers with
forums and concert.- presented pro-
grams in which Jewish subjects
were 75 to 100 percent of the
total. Close to three-quarter
the Centers conducted adult clas-
ses, and in almost a third all sub
jects were ol Jewish interest, and
57 percent included one or more
Jewish subjects. Center. hav< or-
ganized Jewish cultural activities
for Center members and for all
Jewish organizations m the eon.
munity through Jewish cultural
councils and community-wide cul-
tural activities
Special Emphasis
Center, have taken vast strides
towards conducting programs with
profound meaning which is expres-
sive ol bi th the general and Jew-
ish facets of their concern Stress
ha. been given to pn gramn

f YovTl find complete
Havt mat facilities to exactly satisfy
luifneii Meeting. # your needs In the Kismet,
Banquet, or ? Special Occasion ^ Aladdin, Schehe'ctode and)
Ruboiyat Rooms, be H for e
weddmg or o private party 1
ISs^SfT- Jem.
V\]fHl -v^M f|m% . J. I. w^^sb Jl '-le. m

'-^-*?"*
al the a*
#r Information*
ha:El /..LISON C*-ir \J D BfCTOB
-t -.^061
W J^ % eettt st. coiiins
For Very Special Occas
ons
THE
Vbfomat
COUNTRY CLUB'S
CALCUTTA ROOM
Just imagine having the entire Diplomat Country dub v
fZ iitT 1 :"r w,"Min^ "artiesor special "'-
facilites for groups ol 100-300... available 7 d
Th^o snooker room auite like the Calcut taR
area. Lniimited free parking. ..........
For reservations, call FR1-0781 in Miami or WA USIU i '
HOLLY WOOD-BY-T HE-SEA

':-^ y^,,^'
'y ^fm/,Mn/\ <-:/r
s/1 JR

for Elegant Functions
Com Ca,et,.,B Fac||||iM (Qr
"<'' ^l/s.r.ed,n.Upb,hi0B
" a iii.unos setting that
- '"'e-ect y0u. good ll,. y
T,,-V,fVsoV^.?."b
r 'l" 0 Avail.,
QJEAUVILLE
* OCIM AT e
STeeT. miAMI b


Friday August 10. 1352
* ten 1st fhrkflan
Page II-A
Beth E! 'Adopts' San Salvador
Rumanian Ambassador to the Un.ted Nations. Rosen, of Rumania. At the gathering are (left
Prof. NbhaH Hasegemu. U. among guests a. a to right- Dr. Nahum Goldmann. presiden of
recent reception given m New York by the WJC; Rabbi and Mrs. Rosen; Vale Pungan.
Amencan J*wh Congress and World Jewtsh firs, secretary of the Rumaman Legation in
Congress in honor of Chief Rabbi Dr. Moses Washington; and Prof. Haseganu.
U Thant Eyes So. America Violence
As part of the Hollywood-San
Salvador People to People pro-
Jim, originated by City Commis-
sioner Maynard Abrams. Temple
Beth Sholem will honor Jewish
guests from San Salvador at a Fri-
day evening service clurwiK theft
visit to Hollywood from Dec 4 to
11.
Abrams and Julius P. Ham-., on
their visit to San Salvador, discuss
ed the problems and the needs oi
the Jewish community there
This led to a move by Rabbi
Samuel H. Men.'elowitz. spiritual
leader of Belh El. who 'adopted-'
the Jewish community of San Sal-
ir a.- the Tern] wish
community
Rabbi Mendel i itz Cantor Er
i si sterner, and Bruce Richm u
educational director of the Brow.
ard synagogue, "ill present relig-
ious items to the synagogue in San
Sh ador.
Ccntinued '-3ti 1-A
o the iiopeal" for csmments on
the qe--al issut a' racial bias,
which i on tKe a3*nda of the
next <>mbly.
l he : I -Jew isri a i! terrorism
\:. tina mi iguaj. for
i'huh re no h.i- j been pun-
meanwhile prompted
American sxecutive of
the Wi ; Jewish hi (rets to con-
Ltraordui it; two-day con-
ferenci Jewish community lead-
:- fron tile entire South American
continent The conference will
tnos Airei m Any. ih
The anti-Jewish violence in Ar-
gentina i id Uruguay brought re-
actions .rom (."rule and Brazil
Chilean Minister if Interior SotSfO
tiago t: hi> governmenl cannot
UUW IHAVEl ttRVKI In,
149 NE. 1st St.. Miami, t* 4-2604
imagine even for a minute that
such "barbaric acts against -lews
should take place in Chile as are
now occurring in the other South
American countries He made this
statement al a reception tendered
by the Central Committee of the
Jewish Community of Chile in hon-
or of Prof Boris Chain, the Jewish
Nobel Prize winner, who was tour-
ing Latin American countries
The Minister of Interior said
that the Chilean Government ap-
preciates the contributions which
the Jews are making to the de-
velopment of the country. He
assured the audience that, in
Chile, there can be no such a sit-
uation where the authorities
would not check the activities of
irresponsible, terroristic e I e -
merits.
in Brazil, Afonso Arinos, Jr., one
of the most prominent among the
deputies in the Legislative Assem-
bly of the State of Guanabara. de-
livered a sharp protest on the floor
oi the Assembl) againsl the waves
i i anti-Semitism in Argentina md
Uruguay He demanded thai the
Governments of both countries take
immediate and energetic step- to
"halt the activities of the Nazis
and fascists" in those lands. The
deputy is the son of Afonso Arinos.
Sr Foreign Minister of Brazil
In Buenos Aires, meanwhile. 12
members of the Americans for
Democratic Action, visiting Argen-
tina on a study mission, conferred
this week with leader- of Argentine
Jewry to obtain facts about the re-
cent wave of anti-Semitic terror in
the countrv.
"EXPRESS" BOATS
0M6INM. "rHOVUT IIMINI CRUISE DONT ACCEPT A SUBSTITUTE
CALL ANYTIME FOR RESERVATIONS
GROUP RATES ORGANIZATION FUND-RAISING PLANS
* WORLD'S FASTIST, SArtsr
PASSENGER IOATS
* AMERICAN FLA6SHIRS
* BRAND NIW VISSILS
* SKCIFICAUY DESIGNED
FOR GULFSTREAM
* RADAR, -JHIP TO SHORE
RADIO
* "ON TIM!" SCHIDULE
* DUTYFREf SHOrriNG
* FRIt LAYOVER PRIVILEGE
* GUARANTEED: A SMOOTHER
CROSSING AND MORE TIME
ON RIMINI THAN YOU GET
WITH ANY OTHER SOAT CO.
FR 1-4802
Deport Miami r Miami Stack
C of C Decks DePoat Plaio
Miami laack Cantor. Miami
National Body
Elects Beachite
Sholom Stretcher, son of Mrs
Sylvia Streicher. 3047 Prairie ave ,
was elected president of the Na-
tional Conference of Synagogue
Youth at its recent convention.
Held in South FaHsburg, N. Y ,
the convention was attended by
more than 350 delegates, from 13
to 18 years old. who came from
many regions in the United States
Stroicher, a junior at the Mesiv-
ta Senior High School of Greater
Miami and a graduate of the He
brew Academy, serve i as national
treasurer and regional officer oi
the organization.
The National Conference ol Sj i
agogue Youth is an affiliate of the
Union of Orthodox Jewish Congre-
gations and serves 1(10 chapters in
it regions throughout the United
States
The youth organization aims al
the strengthening of Jewish learn-
ing, formation of study groups in
each chapter, creating groups in all
cities to preserve Orthodox Juda
ism, and to for ma stronger bond
between all religious groups
throughout the country

ISHEMT0N
HOTEL?'
BOTH
ROOM
I AND THE *"
RATE
FLORIDA BAHAMAS LINES
Duponr Plaa Hotel FR 1-1436
IT'S DONE VIA
RESEMWON
SIIERVTONS EXCLUSIVE
ELECTRONIC COMPUTERl
Just call PLo*- 1-0961.
SHERATON HOTELS
65 holeU m 45 cities cust to cot in tht
U S.A.. in Hawaii, m Canada, and oversell
METROPOLITAN
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
NEW YORK, NEW YORK
New Health Plans
for
Men and Women
Over 65
ALSO NON-CANCELLABLE
INSURANCE FOR ANY AGE
Now a new Senior Citi/en plan is available to those
in normal health who are 65 or over, and to sons and
daughters who want to assure this protection for
their parents. The plan provides substantial benefits
toward:
HOSPITAL COSTS FOR
Room and Board Medical Care
Surgery Nursing Care
including nursing home care
fallow ing hospitalization
No upper age limit. As long as you are age 65 or over,
you can make application. If only one of a couple is
over 65, the other may be as young as 56.
Both husband and wife can be covered under a single
policy.
Renewable for life. Premiums will not be changed be-
cause of occurrences to you. as an indi\idual but
may be changed only for all policyholders in your
classification,
- MAIL THIS COUPON TO -
P.O. BOX 12 MIAMI SHORES, FLA.
I AM INTERESTED IN YOUR NEW HEALTH PLAN.
NAME
ADDRESS
PHONE NUMBER
BEST TIME TO SEE
? MORNING AFTERNOON
AGE
~ EVENING
Why not call me for detailstoday?
CHARLES MANDBLSTAM.ESiT^
JOSEPH J. ACQUAVIVA.
CALL Miss Page PL 7-8521
INSUHANCl
CONSULTANT
Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, Now York, N. Y.


BUBS ~ njuffinE
Page 12-A
+Jewish fhrldfor)
Rabbi Jonah Caplan Returns to Pulpit;
Adath Yeshurun Programs Expanding
said that
fully equip-
Charles Rosenberg, president of
Temple Adath Yeshurun, this week
announced the appointment of Rab-
bi Jonah E. Caplan as spiritual
leader of the Temple.
Rabbi Caplan previously served
Adath Yeshurun on a weekend bas-
is for a year and a half, while de-
voting himself full time to thj
Florida directorship of Yeshi
University.
The many happy months I
with the Temple proved to "be a
gratifying experience. I cherish
the privilege of serving the con-
tion ol Adath Yeshurun mice
i ain," Rabbi Caplan declared
ft i dne sdaj. follow ing t h e an-
nouncement of his recall tu the
iple's pulpit.
frior to his acceptance of the
i time post, Rsbbi Caplan
served as executive director of
th< Hebrew Acadsmy. "But the
rabbinate is after all my first
love," the North Dade spiritual
leader declared, "and I am glad
to be bask at it full time "
Rabbi Caplan added that, actu-
ally, his return to the pulpit in-j
volves more than that. "It is a
means of self-fulfillment, an ave-
nue toward genuine service. Life
today seems more complex than
ever, and man's problems keep
multiplying. There is, in fact, an
overall insecurity which lies at the
rool of man's restlessness as the
world keeps moving away faster
and faster from the center of his
rWAOIUTY QUALITY SERVKt
GELB
Monuments
INC.
140 SW 57 Ave.
Five Blocks
m Mr Hebo
*Ph. MO 1-8583
7 Years Experience of
Specializing in
Only Jewish Monuments
:or All Jewish Cemeteries
X-u ").../ Representatives
Goodman Bros. Monuments
71 Ingrohm Street
Brooklyn, N.Y.
The Lewis Monument Co.
78-15 Myrtle Ave.
Queens, N.Y.
GELB MONUMENTS INC.
Phone MO 1-8583
Miami Hebrew Book Store
1585 WASHINGTON AVE.
Miami Beach JE 8-3840
Hebrew Religious Supplies for
Synagogue! Schools S Private Use
ISRAELI A DOMESTIC QIF-TS
REPHUN'S HEBREW
BOOK STORE
Greater Miami's largest & OMest
Supplier far Synagogues,
Hebrew t Sunday Schools.
Wbslesafe I Retail
ISRAELI CinS AND NOVELTIES
417 Washington Avt. JC 1-9017
'people are drifting through life Temple's president
Uhl, steering a specific course, *..* **"^ _.
I ages gone by, the Torah was our ped to Jjj J fhe unaf.
guidlpost, and Jews followed ^ ^^ tami,ies of North
"But6 a'ceording to Rabbi Caplan: Miami Beach to join us."
"Today the Torah is a closed book. Rosenfeid said that the Temple
and .lews wander on aimlessly. g fuMv .,-conditioned sane-
The rabbi's role, therefore, be- niarv wl(h a 1,2oo-seal capacity.
comes mote significant than ever d r0m facilities tQ accommo
before -He must bring hi.- peoP>r^[at* ^ students in the religious
I ack to the study of Torah. and schQ0, ,m .K.nv,. sisterhood, Men -
help them apply it to their daily ri||h .1|U, youlh groups. 'Ihere are
living. He must restore faith in ,m [amiijes affiliated with tne
themselves and in a world berefl .,,,,,, ,,- present, "and we hope
of idealism. He must lead them to ,r) ,i(. M ,hl. nl|M r 500 families
drink from the fountain of Jewish !( .,." Rosenfeid
knowledge "thai they may attain a ((im.,::
in .Hi of Isdom '
Rabbi Caplan feels thai "there
is no ana of service greater than
this. For a life of self-fulfillment
and a life fulfilled th
. reater service than the i
: 'i
Affirming these views, the
RABBI JONAH CAPLAN
nee, It is as if everyone is
trying to keep up with the
naut orbiting in outer space, only
to find himself standing still."
As Rabbi Caplan sees it. "the
need for guidance is meat. It is
not necessarily the help of a social
worker or a psychiatrist we need.
There is a void in people's lives to-
day that points to a lack of overall
purpose to life itself. Too many
Oneg Slwbbat Saturday
Miami Beach chapter of Hadas-
sah will sponsor an Oneg Shabbat
on Saturday noon at the home of
.Mrs. Philip Thau. 5055 Collins ave
Program will include topics of cur-
rent and Jewish interest. Mrs.
Sanford Jacobson is discussion
leader.
GORDON
FUNERAL
HOME
FR 3-3431
FRanklin 9-1436
710 S.W. 12th Avenue
Miami, Fla.
HARRY GORDON
PRESIDENT
IKE GORDON
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
VIE SPECIALIZE in
CONDOLENCE
BASKETS
Fiom $7.50 We Deliver
FRUIT CIRCUS
Friday. August 10, 1962
Palmer
Memorials
"Aliomi's Only
Jewish
Monument
Builders" S H. Palmer
Exclusive Dealer
"ROCK OF AGES"
FAMILY MEMORIALS

1789 BISCAYNE BLVD.
FR 4-2710 FR 4-8783
Scheduled Unveiling*
- '
'
E1RTHA MIADI 1 P">-
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST IS. 1962
Mt. Sinai Cemetery
ESTHER NAIDICH
M .
.
Peace
PALMER'S
MIAMI MONUMENT CO.
3279 S.W. 8th Street
HI 40921 Phones HI 4 0922

Lakeside
MEMORIAL PARK
AND
GARDEN MAUSOLEUM
"THE SOUTH'S
MOST BEAUTIFUL
JEWISH CEMETERY"
N.W. 25th ST. at 103rd AV
TU 5-1689
GRANITE MEMORIAL ARTS
Jewish Division of
THURMOND MONUMENT CO.
INVITES YOU TO VISIT THEIR SHOWROOMS AND DISPlAl
LOOK fOR
TWO-STORY
WHITE BUILDING
MAY WE SIRVI
YOU AS WE HAVE
SO MANY OTHERS
3253 S.W. 8th STREET HI 41614 HI 4-2157
MEMORIALS Of BEAUTY DIGNITY AND PERMANENCY
CARIBBEAN
MARBLE COMPANY
is proud to onnounce
their affiliation with
the nationally known
CLARK MEMORIALS
We have also been given
the exclusive dealership tor
STAR GRANITE
We specialize in building
Jewish Monuments .
Our work is guaranteed
CARIBBEAN
MARBLE CO., INC.
7232 SW 42nd Street
MO 1-4055
^^^A^X
MIAMI'S
cisions require time
Surely il is onK g.....I sense to devote js much
mention '.....lectinge family burial estate
as you would to making -.our will. Yet >o often
one tends to postpone tins important decision
until an emergency arises. Isn't today the
best time to start planning? Why not find out
about Mount Nebo now. Here, in Miami's finest
and oldest Jewish cemetery, a Perpetual Care
Fund exceeding $100,000, guarantees ,lie
permanent beauty and care of Mount Nebo Ycftt
never pay for maintenance taxes and
Messmentl cannot be levied And
Mount Nebo is so serenely lovely so 1
orressMe ...so u ell established it has .heady
been the choice ol over 4.000 Jewbh families.
ny not secure full details?
BEAUTIFUL EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH CEMETERY
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
Ml ST
Mount Nebo Cemetery
550S N.W. 3rd Street, M.omi, F|0,lda
Pleas* send me uuhnui obligation, pdl infoma-
uon on Family Bunal Euaut Mo ml Nebo.
Name........
Address.
Cm-
Zone State
S505 Northweat 3rd Street
Phone MOhawk 1-7693


r. August 10, 1962
GEMS OF WISDOM
knutrkrldfon
Page 13-A
yotlf father's understanding i,
be considerate. bf.n sira. 1

is an honor /or children and
y be with one another.
I Mini's RABBA

i, who brines up. not he who :
,:. I] :he father ibid

best hi., worst

:.i the enticement!
wtft became at the
temptation lie sai<- his
II DAH HAJ 1 VI

.. .. boy, / iu
.ii/ic-r u'dnted hlow I
hat n b \ I
When am I going :
I / wa LEVENSON

1 was my father s son
[:. / dm t< H I '..".her.
MENDELSSOHN Son '
Moses and Father /

Iren I \v\ e .-
3n lavni 9
rCcllgious c~ife
PCeliaicn v. Via he a
Jlie ^ t Cll.-
DEAD SEA SCROLLS
;i:w YORK(JTA >Dr Julius
president of the Syna^oyue
i of America, said this week |
Y in Ins return from Israel that
Hated there to send the
!. Sea Scrolls to New York for
hibition at the 1964 Worlds Fair.
siiUKested that the Scrolls be i
[Used in the planned Pavilion of [
Svnagonue Council. The ne-
lations with leaders in the gov-
iment, he reported, were "most
uraging." although he did not
Keive any definite commitment.
in Dad Sea Scrolls are current-
hou>ed in the Hebrew Univers-
al Jerusalem.

SUNDAY LAW RELAXATION
HAKRISBL'RG, Pa. (JTA) A
h -t that the Pennsylvania State
tmocratic Party's platform this
\.it include a pledge favoring an
pi'ndment to the Sunday blue
jus. permitting Sabbatarians to
pi1 their businesses open on Sun-
lys, was made here this week by
lies Cohen, executive director of
Jewish Community Relations
bunul of Greater Philadelphia.
[Addressing the Democratic Par-
it. platform committee. Mr.
bhi n declared: "The religious
fc iKin suffers when he must
prain from trade or business at
M two days a week. Without the
t' | il amendment, the law in
|ln: iK'nalizes the Sabbatarian
r adhering to his religious be-
am! poses him with the al-
rnativc of violating his religious
I ence Of suffering a serious
lonomic handicap which in many
I is insurmountable."
*
DESECRATE SYNAGOGUE
3"M.\\\KSBCR(;-tJTA>Police
Ithorities assured the Jewish
pmunity this week they are
to apprehend persons who
Mecrated a synagogue here.
I Worshippers who came to the
pagogue found the Ark damaged
p'l various religious appurten
Ices violated. The hooligans had
Iparently gained entrance by for
P i window.

BERLIN JEWS ENROLL
BERLIN(JTA) Some 1.500
rsons enrolled this summer in
first adult education courses in
wish subjects arranged in Ber-
'ice the rise of the Nazi re-
"' 't was reported here this
cek
I The participants, who included
r''''' nun Jews, attended lee-
- on Jewish history, art. .cul-1
f nd Hebrew language, The i
I term will feature courses
* religion and Israeli folk
I I Iu courses are intended
' und< rstanding and en-
Menment in Jewish affair-
We Must Guard the Spirit
Of Those Who Succumbed
By RABBI EUGENE LABOVITZ
Temple Ner Tamid
Tisha B'Av. which we observe
today, commemorates the destruc-
tion of the Temple, and the in-
evitable beginning of 2.000 years
"i exile. On this solemn day. we
recall not omy a period of antiqu-
ity, but it brings to mind more
recent events. There are several
million of our co religionists who.
but for the fact that their lives
were suddenly snuffed out two dec-
ades ago in an orgy of destruction
unparalled in the annals of man,
might have been here today
The Roman hordes, the mas-
sacre of the Crusaders, and the
torments of the Spanish Inquisition
were tame affairs compared to
the systematically organized ex-
terminations arranged for Euro-
pean Jewry during the last three
\i ar- of World War II The wild
Tartars at their most savage stage
were not as brutal as the official
representatives of the Kulturvolk in their behavior toward a peace-
ful, defenseless minority, whose only crime was that they wanted to
live and breathe like all of God's creatures.
Unfortunately, there is nothing that can be done physically to
bririL; these martyrs back to life again. There is. however, one thing
that does lie in our power to do. and that is to save the spiritual heri-
tage left by our brethren from oblivion; to preserve and protect
against the corrosive effects of time their priceless contribution to
civilization and culture, to human thought and living; to keep intact
the memory of their works, by studying their writings and giving con-
tinuity to the institutions they established.
If we fail, we are even guiltier than the murderers, for while
they succeeded only in destroying their bodies, we would, by allowing
the forces of decadence to take their natural course, having given
the coup de grace to the annihilation of their souls.
The voices of European Jewry are calling us from their graves.
"We have died once in the flesh. Let us not die a second time in the
spirit."
s
e r v i c e s
J Ixia \JU e e k e n d
Information to be included in the Religious Services column
-mtst be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridion not later
than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All re-
leases received after that time will be retained as prooT of
their lateness.
r ,.i.'!i*i i.
SAYINGS OF FATHERS
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave.
Orthodox. RabDi Isaac Ewer.
h. Idu> ',". |. m Snturda> v
S< rm< .- m hi Israel
t. h thel --.:. Existence?"
lar Mltzvah Clifford, non : Mi and Charter VI 3
...1 M. I IV ... '
See*, reatnesa for tnysetj,
xnd Mm 1 i ..nh K-;. i von
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave.
Conservative. R. Yuskc, president.

BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave Con.
ervative. RabDi Norman N. Shapiro-
Cantor William W. Lipson.
|>.n Saturday 9 a.m.

BETH EL. 500 bw irtn ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
BETH EMETH.
Conservative.
1225C NW 2nd ave.
RABBI IUCINI LABOVIll
. let us remember
and court in t honour, let they deed)
exceed thy learning; ami crave not
after tin TabU of \ings. for thy
table u E"ai thy crown u greater tlmn theirs, and
nployer ;> faithful to pay thee
the reward of th\ wor\.
,
Chapter I 13
laid Fix a period foi
itudy of the Torah; . and do much, and receive all m
u'uli a inti nanct.
*
Rabb i "I Al a
... : The H (>ne, b..
be Hi was I to mak.t Israel
U'orthy, u'l n't them a
copious Ti ..I] and ma>;\ commai
ments; .- il is said I: pleased "it
Lord, for his nghteousness ta\i
:, magnify tht Torah and ma^c it
honourable.
*
Chaptei II 1
Re/leci upon three things, and
thou uili not come u-irhm the pou>-
"uJSl / tins Know what is above
thee u seeing Eye, and a hearing
: ear and all thy deeds unttcn m a
: Boot
*
R. Elieser said, Let the honour 3
CORAL WAY jVw-.IH CENTER. \\ [ *> ff^-man be as dear to;;
Conservative. 8755 SW 16th St.. Mi- I thee OS mint i>un. be not easu>
Cantor I moveJ I(1 onKf r. and repent one da-.
I \ before thy death.
I .arrii*iMniim:aMiMi
BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman.
--
BETH JACOB 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamchea.
' : in, Sattirdi
Sen n VVi \ Comfortably Re-
. ... i-
-
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th ave.
Mod er n Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
K: Ida} i ;> in Salurdaj v .
>. : tin ti : I'.. I 'omforteil."

BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Julius Sapero. president.

BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky.
ave. Conservative Rabbi Max Lip
Chit*. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
Prida} > ii.in Saturday v r a.m.

CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Waahington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strasafeld.
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX \mmm<
Why is it that ther are two major
systems of pronouncing Hebrew
which are different from each
other i.e. the Ashkenaxic and
the Sephardie?
Many authorities of late claim
that the difference between the
two lies in their different geo-
graphic places of origin. The so-
called Ashkenazic pronunciation is
said to have stemmed from Pales-
tine, being the pronunciation which
wa- in vogue when the Masorites
estabished the pronunciation form-
ula. From there it was carried
over to Germany and Eastern
Europe.
They claim that the so-called
Sephardie pronunciation was origi-
nated in Babylon, although it has
been demonstrated that this was
the pronunciation in Palestine dur-
ing the second commonwealth, by
virtue of transliterations found in
such works as the Scptuaginta.
From Babylon it was carried over
into Spain.
?
Why it it that Sephardie prounoei-
ation came to prevail in modern
Israel?
In the fifteenth century and the
sixteenth Spanish Jews migrated
to Palestine in great numbers due
to the Inquisition and the conse-
quent exile of the Jews from
Spain. They were then supreme in
the land both because of their
overwhelming numbers which
made them the majority, and be-
cause of their worldly experience,
knowledge, and in some cases,
wealth. Even as late as the nine
teenth century, the Spanish Jews,
or their descendants, were still in
the majority.
Furthermore, the Spanish Jews
. ,i a certain political status
,,. of the Ottoman rule
Hence, the Turkish governmi
- religious lead-
.. I.I.I '..:;. I : II
ThiJ page is prepared in co-
| operation u'lth the Spiritual Lead-
| ers of the Greater Miami Rabbin-
1 cal Assn.
RABBI MAX A. LIPSCHITI
Coordinator
Contributor:
RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFP
Gem* of Wisdom
ami. Rabbi Samuel April.
Gcrshon Levin.
OAOE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd at. Con.
acrvative. Rabbi Harold Riehter.
Cantor Emanuel Mandal.
Friday v-'"' l' Saturday S:30 a.m.

FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51at
pi. Conservative. Hyman Coverman,
president. Cantor Georua Goldberg.
Friday 6:30 p.m. Saturday 8:30 m I
e
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL. 1801
E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton.
e
! HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th at. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross.
e
HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON-
GREGATION. 555 W. 49th it.. Hia-
leah. Reform. Rabbi Minus Ranson.
e
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson at. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.
lershlp in the hands of the Spanish
rabbis. For this reason their cul-
jture, and especially their method
of pronunciation took over unto
'this very day. Thus, the later
European immigrants were absorb-
ed in this culture. It could very
well be that the early Zionists,
seeking to differentiate themselves
from the Galut (Diaspora) found a
| liking to the Sephardie pronunci-
ation, since it distinguished them
'from the Ashkenazic pronunciation
i of Hebrew employed by Jews in
the Diaspora.
It is furthermore possible that
a desire was manifested on the
part of the settlers to bring things
back to the days of the second
Commonwealth, so as to continue
the feeling of a Jewish State. Since
it was the Sephardie type of pro-
nunciation that was employed in
the second commonwealth, this is
the type that may have been thus
preferred by early Palestinian
Jews.

One father can support ten chil-
dren; ten children can not lupport
i ..< father. viddish pro\ i kh.
* *
What! i er IS creal ami good in
ilie mJtitlitu ns and tuagi i : man-
I
I
.: I thl
Illy. I MLtR
Elijah Palnk-k will nmk on "Whiit
tk-apegoat '!<- >>>u 1st-?" Saturday
10:43 ..in

TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 1MQ0 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabb. Henry
B. Wernick.
i da) 8:30 p.m. Quest RabM Emeri-
tus Sheldon Edwarde' sermon: "In the
Name <'f God." Con8Teetlon will
dedicate < clasaroom In memory of
thi late Michael Zitrln. Oneg Shab-
I bat host: Sisterhood.

JTEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler

rEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th at.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornatein.
m
TEMPLE JUDE. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th I al-
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton | TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th at.
Malavsfcy. Cantor Louia Cohen. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
| Frldaj 6:30 p.m. Saturda) 31 a.m i owita. Cantor Edward Klein.
KNESETH ,SRaVl."7i415 Euclid .. \ sBH.H^aSS TertU
sssnjtth&r" Lehr,,e,d! v.^.R^?;f-.ML.0'.v,u.
.
MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern
Traditional.
Daniel M. Lowy.
i i. .,\ s is p.m Sermon: "In Pursuit
if Happlm -> "
HoErh T^t V5 N-^%ndymadnriT-RECoHnse^^: tS^JSBA
Orthodox Rabbi Phmea. Weberman.' Zv,ltrnan cantor Albert Glantz.
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 6|TEMPLE TIFERETH~J A C O B 951
Collins ave. Cantor S. Nachmias.
, SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th |
St. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
----
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN 1025 I
NE 183rd St.. Mjami Gardena rd.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan.
iini.i> B:S0 p in- Ssmon: "Triumph
m Defeat." Saturday 9 a.m. Bermi n
"Weeklj Portion."
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr, So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Canto- Charles
Kodner.
Frtda) 8:30 p.m. Wilfred Row "ill
lead tin services, Quest speaker,
Harry Ross, principal th.
school

TEMPLE BETH EL OF
WOOD. 1S51 S. 14 ave.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
religious
HOLLY-
Reform
Flamingo Way. Conaervative. Rabbi
Leo Heim.

TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave.
Conservative. Seymour Hinkea, can*
tor.

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

YEHUDAH MOSHE. 1S630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu.
FYlday 8:13 p.m. Joseph Ttos. nfeld,
Immediate past president of th*- con-
gregation, m lead thi prayers,
iiu,st speaker, Richard Qersteln. Sat-
urda) : a.m.

YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 at.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
i.ii:"i::i:ui n ntflmmn
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland I
Hall, 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon- I
atructionist. R a r i t Morris Skcp
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
-- e
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe at. Conservative.
Rabbi Samuel Mendelovvitz.
e
TEMPLE BETH SKO'.OM. 4144 C*as
ave. Liberal '' Leon Kronish
Cantsr David Conviser.
m
CANDUUGHTIHG Tim
10 Ab 6:46 p.m.


Fcge 14-A
?JfHi" A FfrrJdfinr
(Joy, August 10. 1962
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDtlN
C
Men Must Bear the Responsibility of Making Decisions
MEN AND DECISIONS. By Lewis L. Strauss. 466 pp.
New York: Doubleday. $6.95.
LJOOVER, ROOSEVELT, TRUMAN and Eisenhower:
_ Einstein. Fermi, von Neumann. Teller: Ac he son.
Baruch, Bohr. Dulles. Oppenheimer. Lilienthal. Forrestal.
Tafl the names roll on with the ring of recent history.
They have this common denominator, among others: at
one time or another, their paths crossed with that ol
another man's, Lewis L. Strauss.
Admiral Strauss has been accused of being high-
handed, especially as chairman of the Atomic Energy
Commission, stubborn, severe, and irascible. No one has
dared deny that he is also a dedicated, hardworking pub-
lic servant. In this book, the Admiral has his say; with
eloquence and some wit he reviews his career in terms
i

of the history-making decisions in which he has had some
part, either directly or as a close observer. The result
is an inside look at the process of those decisions which
now shape our lives. Much of the book has never been
told before, and Admiral Strauss is not one *e be coy.
although he does indulge in some occasional modesty.
The book begins with the author's first service as
personal secretary (without pay) to an engineer tackling
a difficult relief and food management operation. The
portrait of Herbert Hoover and the early days of the
Food Administration offers a unique view of the future
President. A chapter titled "De Profundis" describes in
sorrowful detail efforts to help the German Jews in 1933.
when Strauss was a representative of the American Jew-
ish Committee. Chapters on the Navy and attempts to
Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
U.S. Jews are Taking' to Jewish Education
Washington
QFFICIALS IN the U.S. have
"'observed that the Conference
j of Jewish Organizations is no long-
er limited to defence ;:gainst Anti-
Semitism but is seeking to revive
Judaism by improving Jewish edu-
cation.
COJO previously was known in
ti r. as a sort of "popular front" behind
which ing Jewish groups rallied for coordinat-
meel crisis situations affecting Jews,
Mainly. COJO fought threats to Jews and Israel.
lead of crisis unity a- the li reason for it?
COJO is sponsoring :; World Assembly
.' sh Education to meet Aug. 12 in Jerusalem.
ators and comi from 33
tu Ij hi possil ol establii
ish education.
. .-li educati in is I st si
the Ami rican J< ish tnmunity, i s!
:: .,.: n annually, it .- ol ;
17.000 teachers are in< i
: trained This emer in
I lerii an Ass i iati in for Jewish E
i .met! Jewish education in the Ui iti
ad an inch ee]
Between You and Me:
BORIS SMOLAR
Our American Future
%*#HAT IS THE outlook for Jews
" m the United States? Today
the Jews in this country are aware
I of the fact that they have attain-
led a higher degree of well-being
than any group of Jews in all his-
tory. However, no less important
Ian organization than the American
I Jewish Committee finds it appro-
priate to give u word of caution to American Jewry.
Dr John Siawson. executive vice president of the
organization, and its theoretician, points out that
although there is no law of history which makes it
inevitable thiit American Jews shall ultimately be
exposed to decline, there is also no warrant for
assuming that security and prosperity must be
eternal.
He warns that the long history of the Jews re-
veals drastic plunges from the heights of dignitv,
security and affluence to the depths of discrimina-
tion, persecution and even extermination. He re-
calls the status of French Jewry 75 years ago, on
the eve of the Dreyfus case, and of German Jewry
under the Weimar Republic. He even contrasts
Soviet Jews in the first decade after the Bolshevik
revolution ith Soviet Jewry in the past 15 years,
I dmits ;hat in France. Germany and Soviet
en were a number of indigenous circum-
r'sible for Jewish distress that are
the. I'nited States.
nts out thai then is one general cir-
' which the Uniti Stati : not up ul-
- He se. thi i I
frustratioi
'
' the J
:. tresses th

.i
- gtati
:
lioi
Young people are asking for teachers the)
respect. Obviously, the first need is to educati
i "educators." In the last 20 years enrol
in Jewish Sunday schools, afternoon schools
all-day parochial schools has doubled But ti
ers. facilities, and institutions are below minii
standards
American Jewry has perfected fund-raising
anti-defamation techniques. But somewhere thi
il essence of Judaism, education, became negli
and stagnant. The 600.000 students
1 learn but educational leadership has failed ti
r.'.eet the challenge.
For the first time in Jewish history, profi -
lucators and lay people from man; countries
Included will be representatives -
: as Ira:,. India. Jugosli
'.....*frie"a Even Jama ci
id anti-Semiti i ris 5 situat
i f< r< nci will turn I sii task ol Ji
conl : nee will I.
iff' rences on 0",;. nt A unifii I :
... king Many elenw reoccui
would lik, to impose on i
are subjects of mutual ii u
- issu :- the pi per rol< of [srae] .
.mm
I i onfi n nee wo worl I Ji
I linking would be stimulated, .
There have been advances in commui
and educational media almosl beyoi
Telestar will soon beam informative pn ;ran fri
continent to continent. But Jewish educat has
nol entered the space age. Some say it has
reach the horse age.
A COJO planning committee met in Wash
and decided to at least get Jewish educatii no th.
launching pad. Label A. Katz. president of B'nai
Brith and a co-chairman of COJO. saw the :
.-alem assembly "as a determined and dran
starting point to alleviate the deficiencies and -
ages in Jewish education facilities and programs
and to initiate some realistic policies that can aec<
erate improvements."
Mr. Katz hoped the conference would make Jew-
ish communities conscious that -education is the
heartbeat of the Jewish future."
While the conference will explore eight major
areas ot concern, the primary one is an attempt to
get Jews to treat education with the same concern
as given to anti-Semitism. Israel .and fund-raising
Also on the conference agenda are teacher
training and placement, elementary, secondary and
youth education, studies in institutions of higher
aldThn/,Jr'/h, a"\day Sch00,s- adul education
-nd the role of Israel as an educational center
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
avert war with Japan vie with thi IVA s.o-v and the
Oppenheimer case for the reader'- avid interest
But it is those on the develoj i I i I aton weapons
which grip with the greatesl fast nation. "A rhousand
Years of Regref is the quote whicl headlines i chapter
on the atomic bomb, including cre-Manhattan Project
nuclear research, and the agoniting decision i use the
bomb on Japan: subsequent chapters chronicle strain-
fight for a long-range detection sy.-tem ol S viet tests
and bitter strug.le lor the creation .: th hydn Jen bomb.
Straus.- does not spare th. -. f of hi- iwn dark
moment, when the Senate refuse) to advise -.'' I consent
to his nomination as Secretary ot Ccmn erce. m iking him
the ninth man in American histl : ti he lenied a
Cabinet appointment; nor doe- hi > ; anti-Si nitism" as
did many ol Ins backer.- A fi chap! difference between nuclear hazard: war an in peace-
time test i is highly enlightening.
Tolstoi believed historj i- : bj circumstance!
surrounding men Napoleon s hei the 'ather
for want nail,' as the nursi Carlyle
thai mei shape history, and thai it lies a hero's'
irect i rhaps Ihe trutl ,i somei -re in be-
- concern, througl bo leans to>
thinking: man a' v dom of
the belief "remain: i matti r
: fail the author it is
.. neci tii that men resp Ability to
dec isions I i sei in ei
t of decision ma; i ; to old
chini c:.: withi comj ..-
. : .. the wii perl
Off the Record:
By NATHAN Z1PRIN
A Student's Opinion
ARRY GOLD* 6TER -
Hi
- not
' ater's

-
I
!
i
-

l Hie you .
'
thi
, it
' id Y
: Jewisn '-- -..
^ oven
later
'.; States By
' : : told thi stu
,:;'- b, > a Christian, ol
' iwi him becaus, h, .. The
almosl withoui ihinl rhis is
.' h. said id ,,,- u ,;,
' ->>"'.....rn, nalfaith-Ss
' *s
.'..;;.:.;. ;"" President"
The Immigrant Always Longs for His Early Past
BEN-GURION IS not -a.wfie,; i, __________ # B *** +
jen-gurion is no) satisfied with the
number ol immigrants Actually I-
doing excepti *el] on'thi
I In.- year, more immigrants cairn
a in th.
Ilowing the Gold R
t Thi



out of Egypt,
.: .

I
'

I
mpunctuat
il Si -


J
' I :
:

hen thej

...
f th :
i
\ .
n
i Hazzai

of
l
' I....... P
Ihe Red Sea,
&
P I>1
_ w
I


[Friday, August 10. 1352
* IBM ># IFtr rH^0S=t,r
Page 15-A
L.EGAL NOTJCE
TIOUS
NOTICE UNDEO FIC
N f, \- c aw
N,,TI''I > HEP V EN that
...... i. .1 | I nga
i.. .... name of
-. STR1'..-' ii mimbi i ""
-reel ti 1 nty nl
i Inten la t> i -i-t. t (he
lih the the <'lr-
Florida
Miami Fl i (hla lTih

,; \KI-T
uitiii I. KARLICK
' ppl '
Vl'.llll 1
: -.:. < i-io
IN THE CTL'NTV JUOOCS COURT
MC roR D*OZ COUNTY.
FLC- PV I** D09ATE
No 56513 3
: w i:; \ -
I

CE TO CREDITORS
rs and AM Per* 'ii- I lav -
I'. in i- i Uzalnsl Said
i and re-
i sent an; lapns md de -
-. .ii 'ii i- have agaInsl
MAl'H A IINSTEIN
f Dnde C I
,lnd i
. ..hi : it, and
i > n 733 14 i
., i .
.....
r ii n here-
.
Ii ..i

Ii i
1-10-17
NOTICE UNO= R
FIC OLS NAVE LAW
- II Kit KIM IV EN II 11


VIKXT
Xfl I it I \ venw
I Inti 11 l ti

...
"
- \ RRKR IS
TKII R P' iTTER
IKRS
, Kqulp-
I i|i ,.,..'
- Road Si
i i>r l
> r-10 n :;
IN THE C PCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVEN*- JUD'C AL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C '652
USP.t'RGH
riSAVINi SK
- I.EI "WELL and
Is wlfi and
'- i.N I SHIRLEY
\S >N
-
CE OF SUIT
IMI.H [.KDWELL,
i! I.KI'U
-
North irotlna
i i that th.'
i been In-
'i ti the Circuit
Klevi nth Judicial i "lr-
i mi.I fur I de i
upon the
. rl pea propert)
-' I'IXE rREE m \\.
>N THREE, acconlini
irded In Plat
I i the public
' County, Florida,
i rlgldalre Refi I
: Igldalre Washer,
; .,., H
'i tu file your an-
mmiilalni with the
esald Court, and
thereof upon plaintiff*
8TIN KIM-:. | Ah I
"Ida Miami, F
\ III Isl I 1962 or .,
so ill be enter!
LEGAL NOTICE
BY HENRY LEONARD
A-d Sam, to help me" forget my small
troubles God, in His infinite wisdom,
gave ne a major affliction."
Cf. Mil. 0o>*u ?r3iu NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HERKHY (ilVEN that
ndi reigned, desli inn tu engi
.IiuhIiii .-.- under (hi In tit,..
.PARIS CONTACT LENS LABORA -
T( >i:V at 1928 LeJeune I'.il Coral
Gables, I'la.. Intends t.. register s.n.i
name nli the Clerk ,.f the Circuit
Courl of l >ade Count} Fl.
PARIS c >l-I'll '.\l. i'i i INC.
Wi II.F \ LK.MLICH
.\ 11. ,i ii,> >. i,,,. pai is i iptlcal I in,
1 L'7. 8 :'.-l"-l7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY tilVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
liua m ss under the fictitious nai.....1
KAUFFMAN CIGARETTE SERVICE
at 21 Northeast nth Street, Miami,
Florida intends tu reglstei .-.ml name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court (
1 'adi 11111 x. Floi Ida
MEIER Hi .1. \ N I -1-:I: K WFFMAN
\\ altet.-. Moot. ,v t 'ostanio
B> Edward N Moore
Utornej s for
Melei l rnllander Kauffman
7/27, 8 :
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
fJenisti florid/fan
solicits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial I It 3-4605
for messenger service
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERT GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring In engage In
business under the fictitious nai.....
TOWN HAM. TONIGHT at 2iniii
N K 2th Avenue, Ml iml ;:. Plot Ida
Intends t,. register said name with the
' 'lerk '( the i "ii .nil "nurl ,. i Ml.
County, Floi Ida
ARN( 'I.I' RISEN
2iniO N R 2Bth Ave
Miami 62, Pla
T L'T. H 3-10-17
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
__ IN THE C.RCUIT COURT OF THE
I ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTXo K^0"^
\ THS COUNTY JUDGES COURT I'll'Toll VITtlVK
I.N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. Plulnilff
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 56427-C
NOT CE UNDER
!TiTIOUS NAMB LAW
No
' |
''
' ALEXANUERALBERT
.. .ls,.(|
it. l All Persons 11 iv-
' Maims : Liemaiius uiiu-i
- : I :
\ V ..i. hi each '< you ire hereby
.....- ml reiiulred I nl mi> ,., -,,,,.
h ...,;.'.",' ,
1 Par'i I'-'" -' >"" <<> have against the ..,,.,, .,. .. ,,.,.,, .... .. ..J ,
THEOI .SON fALKXAN.OERALBERT.de- ?' ^tSing\u "h.^Allj^ of ComplaltU
\ SNA K VITi INK
I'..I,,
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TI ANNA K VITONE
i o \ W I', tiiii.at y
i '' i...\ r-
Ilnldw In, I.......-
You are herel>.> t, tlfled thai a fill
""'n r..r a,.i .; -i "..!. ...u..i>. Ki,.,ia. .:' ;f,."\; .',; M v n
: 1-10-17 '" '" Honorabl, County Judges of 'MlVw "i Box "t \'h Ml
__________________ hi I file the name In ',.,', .', ,j, ,-, h '"
-------------------------------------------------------------------------Itheir offices ii, the County Courthouse ?,Xi..aV An-wir r n "
.IN THE C'RCUtT COURT o- THE i" "ade County. Florida. itliin six ,,,^...',., ,.,..', k'\\, u,',""','-',";, ,'',
.eleventh JUO.CIAL CIRCUIT OF ileiidar months rrom the date ol the ',... ,,',.,,'.',. ,', k: ,' '"" "'
FLORIDA. IN ANO FO=> :oi ere.il Said I.iim, ,,,., If Vou faR V. do iudi
COUNTV N CHANCERY
NO S2C-7333
I' VRMEL iRLANlMI,
PI
-\
'' 1SEPHIXE iRLANtu I
I
NOTICE TO DEFEND
Ji 1SEPHIXE >R .ANI
Mrs
Sai I'aolo N 12"
Pile
Sicl
. i n .- will be bai red
Date J ll> IX. A.D. 1962
HENRY A K \MI'
As l:\. n i il the iEstate "f
ALEXANDER VLIIER r.
I ',.... i-,. I
ibllcitlon .hi July SAth, l ";-
s HENRY A KAMI'
\ i. ,: I. i u
: ::i Washington At !! I
10
y, .1 x:. i Miami Reach, Florid i
, Rill Attorney for Estate ol
VLEXANDERALBERT
it. hereb> i I -0-27, N
-------------------------------------------
> :!- IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
VVALTERMAN iSHTOI l\ IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
, Ml inn. it i FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
Vnswei No. 56571 -C
f tli, Clei in RE Estate of
ir bel if Aji \i N S rEINBERO,
n default I .-, .
-- i NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All Creditors ind All Persona llav-
11 \ au : ..
i: : :.;-. y 'HI KM I N
le
VNWAI
e
7.27
Complaint
This notice shall l- publiahed onci
eai I, wi :, foi foul consei itlvi weeks
in THE JEWISH II.' iRIDIAN.
I" INE IND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, iliii 19th da> "i Jtils \ 11
i ._'
i- it i \Tin.-i:\i w ,-i. 1-
Circuit Court, Dade County, Flurlda
(aeal) By: K. M i.YMan.
Deputy Clerk
. 27, > 1-10.17
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni I'l'i: IS HEREBY ';i\ EX that
the undersigned, desiring t-ngagi
in business under the fictitious nnmi
of GENERAL Bl'ILDERS at :" E
loth Avenue, Hialeah, Fli i
. register said nami v Itti the I'lei ;<
..f ill, i 'irculi i "ourt id i 'ountv.
Florida
WILLIAM Hi'' iHEN
!( IN M.I' \' IER
i\ ii- I.. i\ mi., ii
ind Ronald Ager

1 \ HERMAN

K \l I. \ \| \ \
,,. : Clerk
*" Federal Bldg
I Myers. H
7 _"-27 \ J-10 ; Alt \ i
____._ II"
lims ir Demands Against Said MARW1N S. CASSEL
Esl iti
You in notII '! and re-
iiuli ft -in 11 > c alms and de-
mands which ^ "ii ma) have against
th.....: tte Sin 'ii Steinbei de-
ite of I lade 'ountj Florida,
the Count) Judges ,'f Dadc County,
i file the same In duplicate and as
provided In Section 733.16, M.....la
li th,- I'ihiii-
NOTiCE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice hereby given statutes, in their ofrii
thi uii'i -- i i drlng to Courthouse In Dade County, Flor
is rt.i ida, within -i\ calendar months from
SCXHAVRN API'S md Sl'NHAl EN- the time iCEAX AITS i' .....,,. hi,., w ill be barred
utend Miami, Floi Ida, this Mth
said n.u I day of Julv, AD. 1 "-'
f Dad t, M'lNNIE STEINBERG
I'HYLL' i SAM \- Executrix
ndivl First | ibll nl on of this notice on
EFRAIM H IALE nl VNNA !7tli lay of July, 1962
SALE INLKY M PRE1'
i i attorney for I !xei uti i\
MAX N I |S14 Seybold llullding
Nl H ''
i .


Mi i mi 12, Florida
IN iHtr.LBV PUBLICATION
Elevcvt C!CUIT COURT OF THE
Fl^nir., JUOIC,AL C RCUIT OF
rn?,NDTv'N AND F0R DADE
-OLNTY IN CHANCERY.
N..WCS04.

KER.
..,
\ A
- -
- : :
n :-|"-i7
,'.,
SA|,?,V,T,.^"B'VORCI
. I ''KER
ii, nurse
N.w York
PICKER
, ,. i\ r.i. ;if'.' fi.T''f\
Bill ?f Complalnl roi
en riled against you,
. ilred to serve oppj
or Pleading to th-
Int on the Plaintiffs
KLE ,v KES8LER,
nlng, Miami rj. nor-
rlglnal Answer
in Tin- ii-,, ".'"' '""- -utue weeks
"INK v,IM HoHIIHAN
'JRDERED si Miami.
"" >' daj of July, A i
ATHERMAN. Clerk.
,,1"'- County, Kl.anla
1 > HI l.l n ki ssLer"
Clerk
l, L 'V KKSSLER
! '- IMalntlff
' 7, 1-10-11
notice sy pcbl'c*' jn
in the circu't court of t"6
eleventh j'joi:ia- ;;:.- 2-
florlda in and for oao
county inchancerv.
No 62C '6>1
MICHAELE \ '
'
\ -
JAMES \\ :: I ": N10 :<,
liet'.-ti ,
SUIT FOR D'VOFtCE
'!' I A V :'- > v I kRRINOTON
I t ha t a Bi II
of Complali 1' '.
riled agalnsl vot3 1
, ,;>'. V
wet h t 'le i 1,114 t
plaint 'h.- iilalntlff > Attorne
SHEVIN, UtKIDMAN S H iLTZM VN
146 Se) b il i n dg Mian lorld
an,1 rili final AnsM er or Pie id-
Ini in the ifflce if the
before tl
da) .: Au|
do -.., ludgmenl b) lefaull n 111 h
taken tl 1 i( le-
1 '
This notice sha
each ^*
in THE JEV
[MINE AND ORDERED tl '
lay ol I
E. B > IERMAN
1' i ,
I HELEN KESHLER
Bhevin in
By: A
;. IT, ri/j-io-17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 56391
IN RE Estate il
ISIDORE ill) INOVITZ.
iseil
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
\ 're III irs ind All Persona Hav-
ing Claims ? Demands Agalnsl Said
> 1 ire !" reby notified and re-
lulred to present an) claims ami de-
nands which you may have against
at.- of ISIDORE AROXOVITZ
leceased late if Dade County, Ror-
Id 1, the Count) Judges of 1 de
County, ind file the same in duplicate
md 11 n n Idi 'l in >., ti..tt 7:t:; 16,
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
Co ntj Court linns.' in 1 lade 'oun
y Florid 1. ilhin Six ,' a I < 11 il a r
mouths from tlm time of the tii*i
iml,i' itiiii hereof, >ir the same will
be b in 1
Hated it Miami. Florida, this 5th
I ,v ,f July, AH 1962.
PAULINE ARoNOVITZ
As Vdmlnistratrix C.T A
BTRl 'N l. SPARBER
v nej for Administratrix C T A
Rd Miami Beach, Pla.
^^^^^^ _________ 7 -'7. 3 3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tins; to ''int
ler the fictitious in......if
tllAu VLi.STA I'ES VAN LINES at
JH N.W Miami Intends
ii,I n line with the i 'lerk
, the ill Courl if D idi I "ountj.
i .ii
EAS !RN V \N LINES, INC
Kl IVNBR s M WNHKIMKlt
I ; \' in !inea, Inc.
7-7 I
D.
hen
l-ll
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, dealt ng to engagi in
business under the fictitious name of
UNIVERSAL TRADING AND DIS-
TRIBUTi iRS at ;>; and .> N \v 3rd
Street, Miami. Florida Intend
-t. i- -.,i,i name with thi Clerk thi
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida
B IRNETT PHILLIPS
II Rl 'l.l' Ol 'l.I'MAN
Attorne) for Applii .'it!
20 S.E 1st Ave
Miami. Florida
7 20-27, 3-lu
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engagi
business under thi fictitious nami of
VLB \ REST VURAXT S S VNDWH'H
silt.! .it 3623 N w 4th Street Hia-
leah. Florlila Intends i" reglsti
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Courl "f 1 lade > 'ounl y, F|i
JOSEPH FELLMAX
ARtlNOVITZ, SILVER A SCHER
Atturne)s for iner
ii '7 Alnsle) Building
Miami 32, Florida
S l-in-17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice is hekeio given thai
ih.. undersigned, deslrlns to engagi in
business under Ihi rictltlous na of
MIAMI AOENCY I N s I" I; V N i' E
GROUP at 287 Seybold Bulldinjr, Mi-
ami, him i,la intends to red* ..,..,1
name with the I'lHik of the t'lrcult
t'ourl ,f Dade County'. Florida.
JtiHN siiii i'.iiwnv.
Sole i iwner
AINSLEE It PERIME
Attorne) for .lnhn Schuronrlti
1781 w.-st Flagler Street
Miami :l".. Floi Ida
H 3-10-17-34
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to ens
business under the rictltlous nami of
HOLIDAY ON WHEELS VACATION
PACKAGE PLAN at -:;n S'.W 33
Per., Miami. Florida Intends t" reg-
Istei the s.,,,1 name iih the t'lerk
,,f the Circuit Courl m Dadi County,
Floii la
I'M iRIDA PUBLICITY Ci nwn,,
INC
w i 'l.l" A LEMLI) II. am.......i.
mi S >ybnld Bldg Miami
- 1-10-17-24
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN IhE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF"
FLORDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHe.NCERY.
No. 62 C 7694
I'll \ NOES N \\,-S' SELTZER,
I 'la i
\ s
M IKTIX SELTZER,
Defei !
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tl MARTIN SELTZER
". mi Part
Br,ii>kl) n. New York
I tzer, are hereby no-
d thai BUI iilainl
I ':\ h'ls been riled .
hi,I \ .a, ., required to .. ,
el '! I'll
. Bill id, Ini ; thi Plaint
i:.i > man & Iml
! I i. Mian Kim Ids am I
nai Ans
th. nffici f thi -; -i
:. da
In do so,
will li, taken
against ihi reli.-l
I in- I
. i .,n, .>
.' i. Areeka
III THE JEWISH \X
I il INK VXD 'ItI lEREI at Miami,
I ol this .'"III llll "I .! 11 > A.I I,

i: It I.KATHERMAX I
Clr.uli '', .: Florida
I sea 11 II) HELEN K KSSLER,
1 '. : It) 'l-t k
l< \^ m i\ ,v i niii,;
, .
Mia
- 1-10-17-24
NOTICE BY PUBLICATON
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 8113 Vann
S t'H \KI.KS VI li.PE,
I '...it,lift',
\..
IRENE R VI 'I.IK.
I 'et'.n.l int
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T< IRENE M VI 'I.IK
i"l Ind. ;.....I, ti, Building
i 'I,, rlotti North Cat olina
You. IREXE B VOLPE, an hereby
i. .i that ., Hill of i '..mi, ., nl for
Dlvorci has been filed against you,
an,I you are required to t\' h
tnswi lldinil In th"
hill i '"mil nt on thi plaint
\ ii i Vlctoi Levl sl."i Ingi
ding 32. Fl file thi
mil Ansxo-r or Pleading In the
the i'Ii rk nl the circuit
rl on m i da) of
ii ml>i i. it"':' It' v .mi f., il t.. ih, so,
ludgnii nl h) default u III bi taki n
against v,.,i t- th. reliel demanded
in Ih, Bill id inplainl
This n ti shall be published once
iveek for f'-nt ,"ii-., it \. weeksi
in THE JEWISH Fl. (RIDI '. \
l'".NI-: AND ORDERED al Mian.',
Horlda th '-"tli da) of July, A D.
E K l.K VTHERMAN. Clerk,
i 'In-uil Court, l '.nl' 'ounl Klorlda
isi all I HE1.KN KKSSLER,
I leput v 'lerk
VICTtiR I.EVINE
*il."i Iny : ahaa; Building
1
v t"l I'I., '
- H -17-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIOAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DACfE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 76S2
THE \\ ILLIAMSBI'RGH
S WIN. !S BANK,
PI ntlff,
\ -
STEPHEN HAROLD MILLHEISER
...i I .11' \ MILLHEISER his 'i
I', t. ii.I.nit -
NOTICE OF JUIT
T STEPHEN HA Rl 'l.l VIM !,-
II EISER and A1DA MILL-
HEISER, In- n
4r:'. IMh Avenui
Brooklyn, N Y
You .n hen b) il t lfi>-d thai the
a In i .ii'ti'.i!. .i action has been In-
stil ited agalnsl > mi in the Circuit
..it ,! ihi Eli lentl J 'ii, lal Cir-
cuit uf Fl, rida it, .it.- fi,i I '.,.! i 'cnii-
t) ti mnrtgagi upon the
fidiou ini.' ill -, Ibed n al i opei t> :
Lot 14, BliK-k 71 NoRWtMiD FIFTH
VDDITH iX si:.'TH iN i INK, at -
ordlng t. ihi Plal tin r 'of, i. oot d-
il in Plat Biaik al Pi gi I6S "f
Puhlii I:......i- of 11, i iniiitv,
! Ida togi thi i w ill) Venetian
Blinds
v, it ,ii i. .|iiii. ,i t, fii- your an-
wei t,. plaintiff.....mplalnt with the
i 'lei k thi at..i. said Court, and
servi a cop) thereof upon plaintiff's
attorne) MART1X KINK, nth Floor,
: ..... !- di ral Bldg Miami, Floi i
li"t lal. i than August 2". 1962 Or a
i'..... p.. Confess, will i" entered
against you
I ial. il Jul) 16,
E, B LEATHERMAN
"h i k "I the 'In aii ''.....t
i-.ah By: K M LYM \N
l put) "lerk
MARTIN FINE
\t: m v i"i Plalntifl
i iih Moor l '"I' Fi di ral Bldg.
Miami 32, Fl.....la
7 "" 27, s.'3-NJ
*!2*mmm*mm2L
^30UST BROS Ryr
>S thv BEST


Page 16-A.
+Jenisl> norkRat)
Friday, August 10. 196?
Pan American
LIFE INSURANCE
Company
LARGEST MUTUAL COMPANY
IN THE SOUTH
takes p ride
in
formally
recognizing
and
commending
>


he
in i960 ^ in '"' 0n"""
4 j?*%%

i
s coi,,.
15^
Pan hw*rtz ,
- 2 &ilfc
c
Ft-
i/i

a/7,
Ofrf
.<:
r? ** ^ iSift ''*
e /;/?** ,:
P*-eou
rcc0fd

the
sp-
un
"J/idj-
'fcCf
j .^'tved
0(ie

'itfl
t/e
policy
d r<7>or,.
^ 'ori
Ida
h
ft
-s
3f(ce
Jver
*fci|
*W,

life Insurance in force
Total Assets
$1,457,614,091
$240,165,598.66
'*/'
/t,
LEONS
ASTK
IN THE COUNTRY
in competition with Approximately 1,000
Insurance Agents
AND CONGRATULATES THE
LEON SCHWARTZ AGENCY
1400 AINSLEY BLDG., MIAMI- FRanklin 3-2750
os the Leading Agency in the Nation
J
*f,


;
n
_ j
M
ie
0(/<
oman s
IVcM
r;
by ISABEL GROVE
. Harold D inskys and daughti r P< ss in their N
el !:. e after a six-v eek tour of Isra
own al London, Amsterdam, Brussels, Paris Switzer-"
Florence, Rome, Turkey. Grei S|
trip was an interview with Prime Minister Bei G iri
and visits to border settlements, immigration instruction
. the Hadassah Medical Center, Israel's "newest and hot-
Eilat, and extensive excursions into Tiberias. Upper
re] Aviv. Haifa and Beersheba Dunsky. who is fund
onsultant and development fund director of Cedars ol
H spital, also collected material for hi> second book .
. "Fund-Raising in Foreign Lands." of course .
ycung men from Johannesburg, So, Africa, Charles Sam-
V'incient Katzen, on a globe-circling trip by air, house
. ol Mrs Sarah Harris, of 1200 Ocean dr Most impressed
ocean, where they can swim without fear of sharks ... At
thej must take all kinds of precautions .
ther firs! time visitor to the Gold Coast, Barbara Good-
i student at Walton High in New York Her grandparents,
Mrs Nathan Zeichner. of 2736 SW 3rd ave.. spending
.-.; a hotel on the Beach so she tan get the most out of
i and sunning.
* -
da) stay "South of the Border" nothing less than Shangri-
\ irginia and Mervyn Ames Already plannir* next year's
Mexico so they can show the attractions of Taxco, Cuerne-
a and San Jose Purua" to their three lovely debs. Helene 16.
an) 13. and Elizabeth 8 .
5| rmng the speed of our modern day jets. Roz and (Jerry
left last month for Mexico on a Dutch freighter While
i they II help Bernicc and Isaac Litvak celebrate their son's
Vlitzvah The girls are friends since childhood .
rnej Sj A. Bobbins, wife Rita, and their two sons home
.. 24-day motor tour Highlights included the Great Smoky
- in North Carolina and Gatimburg. Tenn. ... in Rich-
Va they visited Rita's sister and brother-in-law. Anita (nee
man and I. Schwartz In Washington. DC. they toured
White House and other historic Spots, and then drove up to
York
oubt :!.: the children of the Louis Seitlins are "in the
r, of thn Seven-year-old Rebecca copped four ribbons
swimming for Westbrooke Country Club against
r .. Harbor Country Clubs in the fre< styll and
- events Big brother Larry, u, won first place
- m< lej r< lays against Bay Harbi r Countr;
fat! Wall) v- Id Coast The-
'.<:. who daughter Wanda was .'al< an of her
s al East Ham| li J inn i High ...
Barrett, well-known Miami pianist, leaving foi five
ring which she'll travel through New York New Jersej
husetts, visiting friends and relatives She'll also do
'- with Asako Tomita. young Japanese mezzo-sopi
' coaches Audiences particularly enjoy Miss Tomita's
h of thi Yiddish and Hebrew songs Mist Barrett has

- reut on at the home of Mr. and Mrs Nathan K. a-ch.
Houseguesting is their son-in-law. Rabbi
~ : spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholem, .-. -
er part) for thi group at Murray Frai k i -
Mi Daniel Fmkelstein .
'. : BerkmAn returned from ; Judge's conv<
''ik in time to greet hi- brother. Rol..... Berl
I lr< -. her< ft n Bost foi i sun
e true for Mr and Mrs Aaron I bmai I
Activi in the Zionist movement all -i.> lives
. seven "thrilling" week- in Israel Mi
t the Miami Bi at h Labor Zii nisi Oi gai izi
ive member of Pioneer Women's Organizai
from a four-week motor trip, an Fannj and
Started from Washington D C earl) in July.
> u is president of B'nai B'nih Women District 3.
i : nvention Sightseeing included visits to Mt
Reno th< Badlands. San Francisco, Disneyland, New
and a ; ip into Mexico via Juarez Now Fanny it return-
mngton, I) C, for a week of meetings prior to another
' convention This one is for the International BB Youth
zation at Starlight, Pa .. She's been asked to be on the staff.
H -
tick com visiting with their children in Kirk wood, Mo., and
1 are Mr and \lr>. Edward Elkin He's the manager
ikur Cholim KOShar Convalescent Home .
part) last Friday night at the Roney Plaza hotel in
Jun Levine and Stephen Katz. who were married on Sun-
H( sts were Lt. Col Raymond Bishop and his wite. Lynttk
room's sister The Bishops are here from Washington,
with their three children. Barbara 18. James C. 15. and Can-
s' had a birth 8} celebration Tuesday when she reached tin
. Among guestl at the dinner party wen Mrs Janet
mi ther < f thi bridegroom June's parents are Mr. and Mrs.
I vine .
N<". n sidents of the h. y Harbor area, the Harry Linskys, hav
med to the board of directors of the newly-named Friends
Surf-Bal-Bay Library .
'.tie ci Paris and Venice. Lilly and Harry Scl Iff find
'' in Israel and discovering everything to is verj nter-
"We're sunning and bathing at the new Hotel Accat I
' l> write, "jut: like -Miami with a different flavor."
Hewisli Floridian
Florida, Friday, August 10. 1962
Sect:c:- 5
'More So' for a Women's Leader
Lcoking over decorations at a Ladies' Day luncheon at West-
brooke Country Club are Mrs. Harry August, Mrs. John Fel-
ler, end Mrs. Sidney Aronovitz. The luncheon, c monthly
get-tcge;her at the club, featured comedienne Patsy Abbctt.
S:x thousand miles may be a long way as jets fly, but it's
a hop. skip and jump for women's fashions as this photc
taken at the Beth Zeiroth Mizrachi in Jerusalem suggests.
Fashion design students at the vocational high school, a pro-
ject of the Mizrachi Women's Organization of America, have
reacted as enthusiastically to the "Jackie look" as their Amer-
ican teen-age counterparts. Some 350 girls study dietetics,
fashion design and secretarial skills at the school. The pre-
dicted next development in America-Israel teen-age relation-
ships? Obviously, the bouffant hair-do.
RtlLECTED BB WOMEN'S PRESIDENT
Mrs. Reich Again To Serve District
ht elected president of District
5. B'nai B'rith Women, for 1962-63
at the recent four-day 22nd annual
conference in Washington was Mrs
Alfred Reich, of Miami, president-
elect. Mr- Edward Gelfer. of Sil-
ver Springs. Md.
Other officers are Mrs Mevis
.-.- gel, of Savannah. Ga.. first vice
president; Mrs. Paul Lipkin. Nor-
folk, Va., second vice president:
Irene Gold. Washington. DC. third
prei ant; and Mrs. Louis
Rose. urer Mrs. Samuel Koren is ex-
tcutnt lecretan
Named to serve on the executive
board were four local residents:
Mrs David Sherper. who was ri-
elected for a second term.
Mrs Max Kern. Mi- Hewitt Weiss
:.nd Mrs, Stanley Goldberg.
The convention theme, "Dimti
sioni in Democracy," sparktti ser-
vice and civic welfart work.-"
business meetings and award \r<
sentations, District 5 receive*
citation from ;hi March of Dime!
in of B'nai I
cit-- : work" f( r thi orgl
zation.
By ANITA EMSLE
Jews are just like everyone else,
' nlj more so Yes ;.!1 know that. Bel what is the
'more so'? Ah, there lies the de-
bate!
However to Mrs Lilian Stein*
berg president of the Women's Di-
vision of the AJC. the answer is
dear The "more so" is the itch,
which no other single group ol
ptoplc seems to have, to right in-
justice. After a quiet talk with
Mrs. Steinberg over breakfast in
Inr hotel room in Jerusalem re-
cently, I've come to the conclusion
that she's got something there. At
an] rate, there is a wide assort-
ment of public debators to sup-
port her thesis, starting with the
Prophets Elijah. Amos and Isaiah.
An unobstrusively-groomed wom-
an of medium height and hand-
somely defined profile, Mrs. Stein-
ebrg is an enthusiastic believer
that the Jewish woman's place is
in the community, and that the
American Jewish Congress is one
ot the best vehicles for getting her
there. Incidentally, it was explain-
to to me. the Women's Division is
no mere adjunct to the main male
body. In fact, and this has inde-
pendent male torroboration. the
women are the activating force he-
hind Am. rican .1- wish Congress ac-
tivities.
Part of Community
Until 1945 Mrs Steinberg was
sen u acher m
Ntw York. N< oi teas is my
tareer sh< m< "No, f
havei said g< od byt to my hus-
i d although sometimes he thinks
I have." on the contrary, she be-
lieves that the family unit is the
i ..sis of democrat j
having no children made
n < feel an additional responsibil-
Ij to the comnmn ty I couldn't
m-1 sit back and take. This ap-
I lie- Hist as much to women who
..i children too, though You
... t raise your famil) correctly
i you an part of the com-
nity, and you make your chil-
i rer feel that duty to the com-
ity is part ot life
.', World War II en led. she
i look f< r n organization
al would" enable ; er to work [or
:nt .'( w [ other ci .mines w ith-
m glecting h< i i ligation to her
. community I home, The
i. 'i Jew ish i ongress has
solved, to her satisfaction, thi' prob-
(.: how to I pet cent Jew -
A'ithoul ceasii [00 per-
ctnt American.
Youth Hostel
thi Stall "f Israel was
med, their overall principle of
providing equalitj of opportunities
all citizens found broader forms
i expression. They realized the
: at disparity among the popula-
..'i Israel, and looked for means
providing a common meeting
i and for youth from all streams
c : immigration. They decided
a youth hostel would serve
- purpose. The Louise Water-
mar. Wise Youth Hostel at Jerusal-
em was built ten years ago. Not
only has it set an example for a
, h needed chain oi youth hostels
tl roughout the country, but the
idea is t \panding each
). r three years i ow a summer
ci urse for children who are espec-
.. j gifted in thi arts and music
beer, held at the Hostel at
em. Thist boys and girls,
med '. isolation,
Continue* m P*s 2-B


Page 2-B
tJenistMciridltor!
Friday, August 10,
She Felt Added Need
To Meet Responsibility
The> vmg "' return to eon-
Continued from Page l-B (|, nali0nal traditional
i,ory in these......s ^manlike ,o that ^cjy
atmosphere, and the companionship to then chi
own kind, and each season
and in
Actress Celeste Holm with model of new three-unit S500.000
student center which the Women's League for Israel is build-
ing for university students in Jerusalem. The center, located
on the campus of Hebrew University, will provide athletic,
cultural and recreational facilities for the current enrollment
of nearly 3.000 students._________________________________
Mizrachi Women
Have Memorial
A rede.lication meeting ol all
members of Mizrachi Women's Or-
ganization of America in the Mi-
ami area was held here Tuesday
in memory of the late Mrs. Bessie
Gotsfeld. honorary national presi-
dent of Mizrachi, who passed away
recently in Israel.
Mrs. Gotsfeld. one of the found-
ers of the organization, which now
comprises 50,000 members in
America, was active in personally
supervising the children's schools,
home- and villages in Israel.
The rededication meeting was
held at the home of Mrs. Pauline
Grundwerg, 4651 Prairie ave., Mi-
ami Beach. Mrs. Alfred Stone.is
coordinator for Mizrachi Women
here.
Lebediker Branch Picnic
Lebediker Branch of Farband is
sponsoring a picnic on Sunday,
Aug. 26. at pit 4. parking lot 2 in
Crandon Park. Meeting place is
Biscayne blvd. and 12th st.. from
10 to 11 a.m. Program will include
entertainment, games and cold
drinks. Chairman is Aaron Katz.
of their
produces more satisfaclor>
teresting results.
Two years ago. the AJC ]
nized another nerd in Israel mere
ere many new immigrant chit.
dren of secondarj school age in
horde.- settlements who were not
able to go on to secondan studies.
This was not only due to lack Of
money, but more so because 0
lack of the basic education witnou
which attendance at high school
was impossible The JDC fell thai
there must be many gifted children
among them, and if these were
brought together in a sped
boarding school where thej
loasl those
Jewish
Vmerican Jews
..,, are members ol the American
, congress, "wan. to reman,
We want to remain cream i
u,e donl feel thai we are
in danger of disap-
but we would like to give
,,m:nunity a reason [or sur
..: b J "the only thing \
you ill get things
El d in the States, (hi
, ,i more problems
There will always be
Mrs. Steinberg ass ir
there will always I" ]
i.-h answer to problem- I
come if there is a coi <
jew ish community."
Mrs Steinberg regards i-
tlu fertilizing factor in J'ev
, verywhere. Or, to us<
simile, the Jewish people is
no Israel is the soil nt
i1 has it- root. an.I from ,. |
jew -
Jews
,, communit>
pearii
our cc
draws its nourishment.
branches are spread over
lands.

its
':

\
i

.
i
v
ii. c

viving
In ether words." I said to her
Beth Jacob Opens
Member Survey
could -With the influx "1 new coopera
they tive apartments in the South Shore
would be able to atta
dard necessary tor s e c o n d a r>
receive intensive tutoring.
,in the si eth Jacob Congregation
Deep
rich
mellow
tasty...
If you like
KREPLACH
^CHEESE,.
Ravioli
IN SAUCE
MR. AND MRS. REITER
Heifers Back
From Jamaica
Mr. and Mrs. Reiter recently re-
turned from Jamaica, West Indies.
Reiter. president of Lawnlite
Company, manufacturer of alumi-
num leisure furniture, was prepar-
ing the 1963 campaign which will
use Jamaica as a backdrop for his
firm's name.
While in Jamaica, the Reiters
participated in the Jamaica Sketch-
ing Holiday.
Said the Reiters: "This is one
business trip we really enjoyed,
and the Jamaica Sketching Holi-
nity to see the real Jamaica."
nity to see the real Jamacai."
just
heat'
eat!
Academy Women
Set Card Party
Hebrew Academy Women will
sponsor a card party on Tuesdaj
evening at the new Hebrew Acad-
emy, 2400 Pine Tree dr.
Funds raised will he added to
the scholarship fund.
Serving on the committee are
Mesdames Jack Gerson and George
Kimmel. chairmen, Arthur Berg-
man. Irving Firtel. Al Oshcroff
and M. H. Rosenhouse
Mrs. Joseph Shapiro is president
of the group.
school
The scheme was tried out in the
environs of Jerusalem with a group
of 90 youngsters The results prov-
ed so overwhelmingly successful
thai the Ministry o) Education has
now taken over the projeel
plan.- to conducl it on an ever in-
creasing scale
Israel i> one of their important
i reas ol operation, Mrs Steinberg
told me, bin it is not the only one
They are jusi as active in working
for equality ol opportunity for
ever) citizen ol the United Stati -
For instance, it was the American
Jewish Con) ress hich introduced
the idea ol using the law as a maj
or weapon in the fight against
housing discrimination The AJC
pioneered the first fair housing,
fait* employment legislation passed
in the United State-.
'"It is an extension of our Jew-
ish heritage that we cannot stand
injustice,'' Mrs Steinberg said.
There is a strong feeling today
among the women of her own gen-
eration, and even more among the
younger generation, that their Jew-
ish background has been deficient.
New Hot Shoppc
Is Now Open
The new Hot Shoppes restaurant
at MM No Miami Beach blvd m
the Jefferson Super Center, is now
open. The spacious dining room
features choice bed chops, chick-
en and seafood, cooked to order
by a master chef on a Char Broil-
er.
Hot Shoppe menus also feature
full course famil> dinner- at a
modest pnee Children receive
puzzle mats and a menu all then-
own.
In addition, the new restaurant
in North Miami Beach features
the Sundown room, a luxurious
cocktail lounge There are also
private banquet facilities for up
to 70 persons The restauranl
open -even days a week t
dinner, and late supper
conductii : i survey to asci
the number ol familie!. expre
desire to torn the coi
it- i
to Mans
a
. nt al
ious -i n ices." accordinj
B Frank, president
Frank >aid that, as in years
this projeel will be concl i h
a hou-i to hi use ba-i ui
i .;, ol Max P fioldha-

Rabbi Stern i- spn
Beth Jacob
Dade Heights
Registration Set
Registration at Dade II'
Jewish Congregation Hebrew -'
Sunday schools will begin on Wed-
nesda> at the office trom 9 a m
to 4 p in and Aug. 1!' to 26 from
7 to 9 p.m.
Nursery school registration will
be held the last week in August,
The first in a series Of member
ship teas was held bj the Sister
hood last week, with Mrs Bermce
Gerstenfold, membership v i c e
president, in charge
CC Executive Scheduled
.lack smter assistant director of
the ]).i(\v County Development
Board "I the Miami-Dade Count)
Chamber ol Commerce, will speak
on "The Future ol Business in Mi
ama" at a regular inner meetinc
ui the Advertising Specialt> Assi
nt Smith Florida nexl Wedi esda>
Baida, president, -aid thi
meeting will be held at the Colum-
bus betel
IS
ii lunch.
You'll love
CHEF BOY-AR-DEB
CHEESE RAVIOLI
Hear family, guests, cheer for
that real Italian flavor created by
famed Chef Boy Ar-Dee. Tender
little macaroni pies...filled with
tangy Italian Cheese...simmered
with savory tomato sauce and
cheese...seasoned the real ItaN
Ian way. So much tastier and
easier than the frozen kind. So
tnuch thriftier, toocost* only
bout 15c per serving!
Sugfl""*
NOW
You Can Drink
All The
Iced Tea You
Want
WITHOUT
Gaining A Singla
Ounce
4-Oz. -Size Bottle Only 75o.
At lading Feed Stores
Michael Zitrin
Memorial Slated
During services Fridaj evening
at Temple B'nai Sholom. Opa
locka. a classroom will be dedicat-
ed to the late Michael Zitrin, a
charter member of the ,.., ,
tion.
Mr. Zitrin had served as a di-
rector and officer of the congrega
. tion. and was a pasl president of
the Men's Club.
Rabbi Emeritus Sheldon Edwards
, will officiate and also add a plaque
to the Temples Memorial Tablet in
honor of Mr, Zitrin
"THE TINY
LITTLE
TEA LEAVES
give fullest
strength
and flavor!
r Ml
The
ONE..
REACH
FOR

INSTANT
OR
REGULAR
Mil
1CHLESS!
no other cheese
in the world
hits the spot like
GENUINE
IMPORTED
SWITZERLAND
SWISS
CHEESE
I:
Buy it sliced or in a biff,
tasty chunk today for
sandwiches, omelets,
salads, canapes ... for
breakfast, lunch, sup-
per and icebox raiding.
It's the one chees
everybody loves for
true ta'am of Switzer-
land!
Ta'am
of
Switzerland!


Friday, August 10, 1962
+Jewisti fk>ridfian
Page 3-B
W*4ll'- *4r*.,nS %uth JtL IVccL

<
as
te
" ,1
il
its
By ISABEL GROVE
m planning to Ih' a plastic sur-
17-j i-iir ulil
I tfathai Frishman
' v lal field t<. inter-
did K
notion ol help-
red in an accident
"No, that's
mis answer. I
ol plastic sur-
as en as anj art, and
ician can give
; ami emotional
patient whether the
- : ucth e "i- cos-
<
)
ID
Also en Artist
duate nf South
,.. Hi im Kenneth was
nal Honor So-
S ndarj Schools and
!, hoi 01 in fields a- ill
4 mathi matics, social sci-
[< tier man and physics.
immer of 1961, he
. i the L'nivi raity of Miami
j: i, National Science Foundation-
led >< n nil ri aminu pro-
n advanced mathematics,
962 hi participated in the
Florida Science Fair II.
a- also elected to membership in
, pha Hi. ta, Southwest Math
- National Honor Society.
ctivities outside of school.
work was sent to
I Museum in Jackson-
\ .,i. example of the kind of Articulate and self-assured, Ken
nrk j pie are doing here, neth has definite ideas on all sub-
I of his c.ls and a piece|jects which interest or concern
t: sculpture in carvestone, which
Mountain," were ex-
I .lu-cum Of Modern stISU and autnor.ties to jus
n Xe York City. tif) Ins opinions
Ambidextrous, the young man "1 feel that there is a decline
ftps his hands agile by doing in the quality of education in the
itting. He has played chess secondary high schools here," he
t eight and considers says, because of the lack of con-
li much in.i. than a mere game l,,|n f"r 'he individual. Kigid
p- r it's excellent training in rules make it impossible for a
- and strati [student to make a change when
PoaseWM .1 ,i husky and Btal-|he finds that he has already cov-
ran frame ; rnatllri teon affr wed the material or subject, or
else it is complete!) be\ond him.
"In one case he faces boredom.
in the other, a failing grade.
Either way, lie has lost valuable
linic which could have been put to
1 good use.
A Great Reader
"It's the -aine with the pres-
ent marking system." Kenneth
thinks "A student's progress
should In- judged on his own abil-
'ity and rate of improvement, not
KENNETH FRISHMAN
. ocrive imagination
won a letter in wrestling, plays
football, is an excellent swimmer
and a better than average dancer.
He has studied the accordion for
several years and finding the
music for the instrument frequent-
My monotonous, now writes a great
deal of it lor himself.
Rigid Rules a Barrier
him and when necessary can quote
statistics and authorities to
.ai an arbitrary loo percent, or on
the curve which pits him against
those who ma) have more or less
a;.Mode for a particular subject."
S.mily haired Kenneth is an om--
nivi inns reader, devouring one to
throe books a week, in addition to
his school assignments. His taste'
run- to poetry and science fiction.
and he writes as well as reads ex-
el> m both tields.
Certain that we will be putting
le on the moon in a few years.
K p n n e i h says enthusiastically.
"Just imagine the things thai can
be done medically on the moon
that can't be done lure For in
-lance, a large, heavy, unwieldy
cast wlmh now immobilizes a per-
son on earth would present no
problem on the moon because of
the g ravit) differential there.
Even patients m traction will be
considerably more comfortable."
he predicts.
Kenneth will enter the Iniverity
I of Florida in September for his
pre-medical traininga partly sen-
timental gesture, for the school
is the alma mater of his parents.
Mrs. Shirley Frishman. 1961 N.
(Hades dr.. No. Miami Beach, and
lus father, the late Newton Frish-
man. who was a civilian psychol-
ogist for the Navy.
From a family of native Flor-
lidians, Kenneth has a younger bro-
ther. Harve Michel, called "Hob-
by." They are the grandsons of
Mr. and Mrs Morris Pepper and
great-grandsons of Mr. and Mrs.
Abe Pepper.
NEXT WEEK: M.rci. Satin,
Miami Beach High '62.
Vl
ms
CONVALESCENT HOME
MIAMI'S NEWEST, MOST MODERN HOME
built expressly for individual care ol the
convalescent, chronic and geriatrics patient.
Completely air-conditioned The finest nursing staff
Spacious, garden-like grounds Moderate rates
Recreational areas indoors and outdoors
Member National Geriatrics Society.
SAMUEL E. REDFEARN, Administrator.
Handicaps Will
Offer Comedy
"Never a Dull Moment." an orig-
inal three-act comedy written by.
Mrs. Creda Kibbe. of the Miami
Shores Little Theatre (Jroup. and
directed by Robert L Crouse. is
being sponsored by Handicaps
United.
With the cast and most of the
backstage crew handicapped peo-
ple, the production will be present-
ed at the North Miami Junior High
School Auditorium. 13105 NE 7th
ave., on the evenings of Thursday.
Friday and Saturday, Aug. 23. 24.
and 25.
Appearing in the show are Stan
Allison. Gene Boeninger. Billie
Lou Owens. Dave Manning. Tom-
my Miller. Robert N. Simon. Eve-
lyn Wilson, and Sue White Bette
Baron.
Clifford Esterson
Is Bar Mitzvah
Clifford, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Esterson. 7760 Tatum Water-.
way dr.. will become Bar Mitzvah!
Saturday morn-*
ing. Aug. 11, a
Agudath Israe
Hebrew Institute
Rabbi Isaac H
Ever will offici
ate.
A Bible will be
presented to thej
celebrant by
Mrs. Milton Sieg-
fried, president
of the Sisterhood. Clifford Esferson
Clifford is a student at Nautilus
Junior High.
\ reception in his honor will be
given by his parent- at the Carib-
bean hotel following the ceremony.
14601 Northeast 16th Ave., at W. Dixie Hwy.
Tel. Wi 5-7631 Miami 61, Florida
Yehudah Moshe Registration
Registration for the fall sen
a) Congregation Vehudah Moshe is
being taken dail> al the Temi
Classes will be held in religious
and Sunday school and kinder
ten nursery.
NEWLY DECORATED
AIR-CONDITIONED HALL
(for Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs, Par,
Hies, Meetings (Rooms and Hall).
Call the Israelite Center Hall
HI 6-4645
.*
#*

*S
;vi

jjf* "fc

I
/
COOL FOR SCHOOL
Looks unlimited in batik coordinates
of Dacron" polyester cotton.
Slim skirt .......................................... 7.98
Matching roll-sleeve blouse ........ 4.98
Olive or brown. Young Juniors 5 to 13.
ALL flVt BUKDINt'S STOKES
YOUNG PtOPll'S WOULD, tfkft
IS MIAMI, FOURTH FLOOR. -* -
Don't miss our 'look of Knowledge" Fashion Show
with the H gh School Board modeling fashions fro-1
"Seventeen." Monday. August 13'h, 7:15 p.m.,
aud toriuiri, fourth floor. Miami.


Page 4-B
Kk^istfhri^jr
Friday, August 10. 1962
4-rances 4sL~e'itnan
We
the
Women
3n the iQealr* of Society
BARBARA
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Just as ] idge Jason Berkman is a -look-alike" for Presidenl John
K. tly, so ;- his "iff. Barbara, filled with the same inner drive,
enthusiasm and love tor her husband's constituents as Jackie Ken-
nedy. Barbar: enjoyed all the excitement that went with her hus-
band^ campaign for Justice of the Peace in District Five. It wa
first experience Barbara had in politics and the first tin.
ran fir office. He had previously sat on the bench by appoint-
ment. Dunr.4 the campaign. Barbara felt that she got to know every-
body. The warmth of their new friendships and the many stimulating
iences thej had more than made up for the tired feet and loss ol
sleep.
She was born in Boston, graduated from Colby Junior College in
New London. N.H., and transferred to Boston University, where she
took a liberal arts course. Barbara hail a
very uneventful and normal childhood the
only "different" experience being a fall off
of a bicycle, which resulted in a broke:
Today, she's riding a bicycle again. It's uood
. xercise at night when it's cool, she feels, so
f some one whizzes by you on a lighted bike,
.hat's Barbara.
She met Jason when he came to Boston
on vacations to visit bis parents. He brought
his wife back to .Miami where he was prac-
ticing law exactly ten years ago last May. At
first, Barbara was dreadfully homesick, but
.hat soon wore off. As soon as the children
arrived at school age and went to North
Beach Elementary. Barbara got started in
PTA, which proved the opening wedge in her
community participation. She became active
in National Council of Jewish Women. Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood.
Shore Unit of the Cancer Corps, the Humane Society, and United
Fund.
Now that summer is here Barbara is storing dp her energy to
use next winter by playing golf and tennis, but she plays neither as
well as she bowls. This summer, the two Berkmans and their children.
David and Ban Lynn, have been taking short weekend trips, driving
up the coast, and stopping wherever fancy dictates. The children are
very proud of their parents, and love to participate in family doings.
This is another reason that Barbara is such a firm believer in PTA.
The children recognize the spirit in which their parents became active
PTA'ers it's because of them. Therefore, they have that sense of
belonging which is the basis of all families.
* *
A NEW IDEA
Whenever Susan Stiller, who will marry Joel Feiss on Aug. 19,
puts on a certain apron, she'll be reminded of the kitchen shower that
was given for her by Miriam (Mrs. Phillip) Schiff and Rose (Mrs.
Herman) Feldman at the Schiff house. The apron was passed around,
and all thirty of the guests wrote their names with marking pen.
Among the names on the apron were those of Mrs. David Goldberg.
Mrs. Robert Tauber. Mrs. Goldie Adelman, Mrs. Leon Roth. Mrs.
Emanuel Puskin. Mrs Al Lewis, and Mrs. Hyman Coverman. Mrs.
Max Stiller and Mrs. George TauDer. grandmothers of the bride, signed
as well as Mrs. Kaufman, the groom- grandmother. The centerpiece
was a white basket with pink tulle heaped with vegetables and fancy
gadgets to use with them: the nail in the baking potato, corn holders
stuck in ears of corn, and fancy cutters ;il th< proverbial parasol were the shower presents a goodly array of
pots and pans and articles for use in the kitchen.
* *
NO HORSES
Winning races is very slow at this time of the year for Jake and
Mar} Sher, so they've been having a series of "Saturday evenings."
First, cocktails at their apartment in Belle Towers, then on to the
Lambs Club or the Eden Roc for dinner and dancing. One week, the
A. J. Molaskys. Max and lone Slossburg, Sam and Addie i.even-on.
and Leon and Dotty Kaplan. The next week, the Aaron Kanners. the
Sam Blanks, the Moe Feingolds. Esther and Carl Wcinkle, and Sam
and Libby Rost. They had a most wonderful time dancing. Mary said
it was regular "Old Home Week" at the Eden Roc. The whole town
seemed to be out dancing. Truth to tell, those not on the dance floor
wen upstairs in the card room playing gin and canasta.
* *
NOT JUST FOR A DAY BUT FOR ALWAYS
It was such a lovely birthday party that Rose (Mrs Sanford)
Kramer. Marian (Mrs. Stanley) Frehling. and Joan (Mrs. Jerry) Blank
uavi for their mother. Bee (Mrs. Sam) Blank, on the occasion of a
very important birthday. Truthfully, she doesn't look anywhere near
thix score and ten. First there were champagne and hors d'oeuvres
in the Empire room at the Eden Roc hotel. Then came the luncheon
proper in the Mona Lisa room, with the tables in pink and centerpieces
of red roses in hurricane globes. In a touching ceremony. Bee was
named Queen with a crown and a red velvet robe that she wore all
afternoon. Four dozen long-stemmed red roses were placed on the
table in front of her. A huge birthday cake with seventy lighted
candles arrived, and Bee lighted the seventy-first, then blew them all
out. Joan Blank sang two songs especially for her mother-in-law,
"Getting to Know You," to the music of a strolling violin and accor-
dionist.. Among the guests were Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Mrs. Elise Adams.
Mrs. Philip Lefkowitz, Mrs. George Goldberg. Mrs. Joseph Rose, and
Mrs. Aaron Kanner.
* *
ON TO MAINE
The Inland Waterway goes all the way to Maine, but the Samuel
Kanners had no intention of sailing that far on Sunday. They have a
cabin cruiser that sleeps two, "The Lucky Girl." Sam named it for
bis wife, Ruth. (The conceit of these men folks!)
Barbara Vibbert Bride of Jere Lehman;
Couple Exchange Family Vows Here
Barbara Vibbert
were muted in marri Sun >!
In the chapel of Temple Beth S
Rabbi Elijah E. Palnick fl
The bride is the ...
bara Boer. Kails:.- Cit> M
is the s.m ol Mr and Mrs I
51 N Shore dr.
Following the cerei
h\ the bridegroom '
mother. Mrs. Jeanr
was held al the Lehn
The new Mrs. 1
th full-skirt.
i small lace bolei
and an he rlocm I
the bridegroom's grai
A graduate of
where he was a
the bridegroom -
After a honeym
Overland Park K
Keneret Chapter Party
Kmerel chapter of v in
rachi Women's Organization, t
-ponsor a "family splash party
Sunday, from 4 to 9 p.m.. at I
Waldman hotel on Miami B
Program will include enter
ment, and kosher refreshments i
be -el-, ed.
mrs
. ItRi
-
UHMAN
Chan filly Gown
For Mrs. Zoberg
\ iu h : nlng :n N,.--
' the former Barbar i Eisn
i Harry Zoberg exel
rriagi as oi Sunday, A 1,
Mayet Vhi imo\ itz
ihe ceremony, which was
: i r ition in the
e : he bride
f in pi ed chantillj
ire silk oi ganza with a
hand -ei iroidere i
\ ol | earls
- .- eld veil of in
illusion
in of ho: was D
: inda />>< rg an I S -
mat Is of hoi
Socialises in Fdi Force on Beach
Wedding Reception Brings Out Miami
MRS. DAVID COHEN
Kuhn
Cohens to Live
In Fayetteville
Mr. and Mrs. David Cohen are
honeymooning in Nassau after their
wedding cm Saturday, Aug 4 Dr
Joseph Narot officiated at >!he eve-
ning candlelight ceremony at the
Everglades hotel, and a re<
and dinner followed in the Ml
Olympus room on the Everglades
roof.
The former Scharrieann Smuck-
ler wore a white silk bell-shaped
bridal gown with an imported
pear-shaped Italian lace veil
Her sister, Mrs. L. Finkelstein,
, was matron of honor, and brides-
maids were Janet Armbni-t.-r
Betty Snyder, Mrs. s. Griffith and
Mrs L. Mavilya, Heidi Lynn Fin-
kelstien, the bride's niece, was
flower girl
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs Joseph
Smuckler. t>37 Washington uve the
new Mrs. Cohen graduated from
, Miami Beach High. St. Petersburg
Junior College, and Tampa Univer-
sity.
Parents of the bridegroom are
, Mr. and Mrs Aaron B. Cohen, of
SI. Petersburg. Now m the U.S.
Army, he graduated from Boca
j Ceiga High. St Petersburg Junior
, College, and Tampa University.
Serving his brother as best man
was Mark Cohen Warren Cohen
Will Fein, Edward Carhart asd
Lenny Finkelstien were grooms-
men
New home for the young couple
, will be in Fayetteville, N. J.
u
-
Mr.

honor
new bridi
\ ibbci who '. '
earliei I
The new Mrs Lehn
ensemble w ith linj
matchii bolero The senior
Mrs. Lehman ch< -> ., lim n sheath
nt turquoise wi'h bodice and wide
band at the hem of white covered
with -troll work. The bridegroom's
grandmother, Mrs. Jeanne Roths-
child, chose a blue frock decorated
with yellow forget-me-nots
Among guests were Mr and Mrs.
Jay A. Canter, the Daniel Neal
Hellers. Amslee Kerdie. Dr and
Mrs Arthur Gilbert. Mrs. Carl
Weinkle. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
Treister. Dr. and Mr- Philip Wcin
stein, jr.
Also Mr. and Mrs. Morton Green-
wood, who attended the wedding
of the senior I.ehmans 33 years
ago in Akron, <>.. Mr. and Mrs.
Melvin Frumkes, Mr and Mrs
Arthur Rosichan, back from their
vacation m time for the affair,
Mr and Mrs Sidney Schwartz
with her brother, Saul Pohn Mr.
and Mrs Ja> Cristol, Stanley l.e-
viii". and \':- and Mrs Morton
dis
\ With plan- of
Iding. Mr and
Mrs. Leon Kaplan and Mi and
: m Ginsburg, ith
ta Kaplan and
-. who will be mar-
rie I ii V: : i
affair in-
irold Stoni. Dr and
Mrs Alex Robbins, Mr and Mrs.
Aaron Kanner, Mr. and Mrs
Lorber, Mr and Mrs Paul So-
Dr and Mrs. George Lis i i
.....
Sandwiches love

il Mr ai : Mrs J |
: W'esl Englewo d, N J
n ,u st mai as I
vith Eugem Eism
Alan Greenberg ing as
The nev Mrs Zi berg p
nd Mrs i rank Eisn
175 Daytonia rd., Bisca;
\ graduate ol Miami
High. -Iu- attended the Unlver-s
ol Miami.
Her husband also graduated fr
Miami Beach High, and is now i
tending the I Diversity of Mian
Hi- fraternit) is Alpha Epsilon P
The newlyweds will make their
home m (.oral Gables.
MRS. DAVID ZOBfffG
.-.
ra
NEW
SWISS
KNIGHT
And so do cheese omelets, canapes
5S5vC2^.22!* Hefe'S +*** "** cheese f-avor
M ?ad Tr?? .V'0US^ imp0rted' Six '"^dually foiled si.ee*
per pack. Try Swiss Knight slices ... tonigjrtl


Fnday, August 10. 19G2
* ****#> FlrrM-^r
Page 5-B
I I

'J

Casual informality was the
j noti "i the barbei ue par-
allel danci sponsored by the
- of Lebanon Auxiliary,
al Westbrooge Country
i on Saturday night, guests
greeti'd ;it the door with a
_ paper bib on which their
- written.
> ing the fun w ^ Mrs,
Rosen in a summery-look-
er casual with ;i low cut
idice, and ;i full skirl of
blue sprinkled with white.
Daniel Cravitt chose .i cot-
istracl prim with muted
ades of red. An ab-
was also worn by Mrs
Zinner Her sleeveless
was in a deep blue and
ith a light touch of mai
hite,
- Da< id Rifas chose ;i black
heath. Her bodice was lit-
!h ;, low-scooped neckline.
skirt featured a narrow
- metrical flounce from
to the hemline A
-ilk crepe with a clearly-
liagi print in natural
- was the choice of Mrs.
Kmk A capelette which
cap sleeves was banded
a si II fabric ruffle. The
look was prefored for
evening bj Mrs Sam Sapiro,
wore ., cafe au lait-colored
lynast} brocade shirtwaist.
Her color accent was a choker
necklace ot coral and pearls.
AN aqua-colored sheath with a
small white print was worn
b) Mrs Sam Scitlin. and revers-
ing the color combination was
Mr> Leo I.andis. Mrs. Nathaniel
Levin selected a three-piece en-
mble in blues. Of moygashel
linen her tailored blouse was
1 der blue, her sheath was in
i leeper sky blue, and her linen-
mded sweater was in a light
d blue. An imported sheeri
shirtwaist, reembroideredf
with a white floral pattern, was
the choice ot Mrs. Herman Su-
mars Her color accent \\ .i- in
her orange accessories, includ-
ing the chiffon scarf at he waist
Roman multi-colored stripi
an encircling horizontal pattern,
was worn bj Mrs, Harvej Aibel,
Mrs Bernard Epstein chose a
sheer white organdy with lilac
cut embroiderj at the scooped
neckline on the full puffed
Sleeves, and handed near the
hemline, A sleeveless white eye
lette sheath over pale yellow was
worn by Mrs Sidney Aronovitz.
For the square dancing, Mrs
Peritz Scheinberg selected a two-
peer nit' the shoulder casual cot-
ton ol turquoise with mull
d banded trim
___.a ___
lulRS. Mitchell Goldman chosi
hi oversize gingham deck
in iced orange and white Her
blouson bodice was high n<
and sleeveless, and her sheath
skirt featured two large p.deb
pockets A chanel-type necklace
of large orange bead- softened
the neckline Mrs. Stanlej Jam
ison topped her pleated white ar
nel -kin with an Egyptian print
overblouse. Her unusual print
was in burnt orange, mocha, and
black.
White waffle pique was the
choice of Mrs Albert Berkeley
Her fitted bodice was piped with
navj blue, and her full skirt was
double in effect. Slit on both
sides and detailed in navy, it
opened wide exposing a godet
type of insert of the pique. An
apricot colored cotton was worn
by Mrs. Herschel Lcscbel. Her
long-torsoed bodice was trimmed
in white, and her skirt wa> ot
narrow impressed pleats.
A blue denim sundress with red
appliqued flowers worn by Mrs.
Jacob Colsky was typical of the
many summer casuals chosen
few the occasion.
Emanu-EI Players Rehearse Comedy
ii Kl Players are James, Blanche Rosenstrauch, He-
in rehearsal on the Broadway lene Koretsky, Jeff Kaplan. Rose
Me No flower-," a Kogan, and Mae Epstein.
'!'v "i threi acts bj Norman t .
Lights and sets are by Jimmy
Levenson and Jimmy Rosen
straueh
t d
'ar isch and < arroll Moore.
II I male lead is Fred
' sidenl ol Emanu Kl Play-
Kern,., lead is Hope i Mrs
Pom< ranee. Others appear-
Ihi cast are:
' Rokeach, Eddie Newman
Rosenstrauch, Jacqueline
Trixii Levin, assisted by Elaine
Glickman, will direct, with musi-
cal background by Hortense Ball.
Reservation chairman i- Mrs
Alexander Kogan.
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN
AT OUR NEW BUILDING
fhc Hebrew Academy ol Greater Miami
2400 Pine Tree Drive, Miami Beach, Florida
NURSERY
Morning and Afternoon Sessions
KINDERGARTEN
All Day
ELEMENTARY DEPARTMENT
(1st through 6th year)
JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL DEPARTMENT
(7th through 9th year)
Special clots for Junior Nigh students without Hebrew background
For information call the Hebrew Academy, 532-6421
Transportation facilities available throughout
the Greater Miami area
MRS. STEPHEN KATZ
Double Ring Rites
For Kaizs Levine
A double ring candlelight cere-
mon) united June Caroline Levine
rid Stephen David K;: day, Vug, i. at the Ronej Plaza
hotel, with Rabbi Morn- Skop of-
1 ing.
A reception and formal dinner in
the hotel followed the evening
rites Now on a honeymoon in
Jamaica, the young couple will live
in Gainesville
Given in marriage by her father,
the bride wore a traditional floor-
length wedding gown of imported
peau de soie, It featured a fitted
bodice with lace insert around the
waist, short sleeves of alencon
lace, and a seooped neckline. The
' dome-shaped skirt had a detach-
able three-tiered chapel train
The short bouffant French illu-
sion veil fell from an organza head-
piece shaped like a rose and set
into a covvn of pearls. She carried
white' roses on her confirmation
Bible.
Attending the bride were her
sisters. Mrs Albert Logun and
Miss Diane Levine.
Best man was Lt. Col Raymond
Bishop, and Donald Klein. Edward
Mufson, Neil Chonin, Charles War
ren. Dr. Albert Logun and Harry
Shorstein served as ushers,
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel
Levine, 1500 Bay rd the new Mrs
K.it/ i- a graduate of Miami Beach
High and has a BAE degree from
lie University of Florida. She is
a former sweetheart of Tau Epsi-
Ion Pi fraternity.
The bridegroom is the
Mrs Jane) Katz, 977 U 48th si
and the late Abe Katz lie i- a grad-
uate of Miami Beach Huh, receiv-
ed a BA degree with honors from
the University of Florida, and will
attend the University of Florida
law school on a scholar-hip in the
tall.
Rhoades, Ungar
Exchange Vows
Lenore April Ungar and Arnold
Irwin Rhoades were united in mar-
riage on Sunday. Aug. 5, in the
Crown hotel. Rabbi Elijah Pal-
nick officiated at the late after-
noon ceremony. After a honey-
moon in the north, the young
couple will make their home in Sil-
ver Springs, Md.
The bridal gown was a full-length
peau satin with an empire wai-t
and bell skirl trimmed with hand-
drawn alencon lace, ending in a
lull sweep train It featured a
sweetheart neckline and short
im es
The bride's headpiece was a
Queen crown of lace and pearls
with butterfly veiling ol -ilk illti-
sion.
Attendants included Mrs, How-
ard Greenstein, matron of honor,
and Beverlj Aaronson, maid of
honor Ellen Wacher kept the
. Ile-t book.
Daughter of Mr and Mrs .lack
Ungar. 210 SW 27th id. the new-
Mr- Rhoades graduated from Mi-
ami Senior High, where she was a
member of Tri-Beta Council. She
attended the University of Florida
and pledged Alpha Epsilon Phi so-
rority.
Her husband is Ihe son of Mrs
e Beckman, 2421 Lake Pan
coast dr. He graduated from high
school in Richmond. Va.. and at-
tended college at the extension of
William and Mary in Richmond.
MISS UISSA MANN
MRS. ARNOLD RHOADtS
Besl man lo the bridegroom 5
Charles Schwartz.
Herald Staffer
To be Married
Andrew I! Mann, of I rtugue I
Azores an I Long Island, N. Y ,
nounces the engagement ;
daughter, Elissa, 775 NW 77th st ,
to Alex Finkelstein.
The bride elect is on the new *
Staff ol the Miami Herald. Her
mother is the late Mrs. Sara i
Mann.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Fin*
kelstein, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Can-
ada, the prospective bridegroom is
now in the real estate business
there. For five years before that,
he was a reporter with the Miami
Herald
A September wedding in Winni-
peg is being planned by the young;
couple.
First, Baumel
Plan for Rites
Mr. and Mrs Al 11 Fir-t. 625
NE 50th ter announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Marilynn
Rita, to Dr. Allen Baumal. of To-
ronto, Canada.
The bride-elect la a graduate of
Miami Edison High and the I'ni-
\ ersity of Miami.
Her fiance is a graduate of the
University of Toronto School of
Medicine and served as resident
doctor at the Mt. Sinai Hospitals
in New York and Miami Beach.
The wedding will take place in
December.
Living
Insurance
by Equitable
...but FOR KEEPS!
Now your family can have a life-
time hold on their homo with
Living Insurance by Equitable. An
Equitable Mortgage Repayment
Plan pays off the mortgage if you
dieprevents forced sale, loss of
equity, rental to strangers. Most
important, it means a continuing
life for your family in a home of
their own. To learn more about
how you can help keep your fam-
ily in their home, just call jouf
Man from Equitablei
CALL OR WRITE
SIDNEY S. Kit VI:.t!!-:n
Represent.it iv e
Associated with the W l_. Pearson Agency
245 S.E. 1st Street, Suite 220 Miami 32, Florida
Fit 1-5691
THE EQUITABLE tIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF THE UNITED STATES
,
A-l EMPLOYMENT
DOMESTIC HELP
DAY WORKERS
Ph. FR 94401
CORAL GABLES
CONVALESCENT HOME
A
Friendly and Gfntle Atmc
For Thosf ~i <>u Love
tphere
24 HOUR REGISTERED NURSING SERVICE
SPECIAL DIETS OBSERVED
AIL ROOMS ON GROUND FLOOR
PRIVATE BATHROOMS
AIR CONDITIONED SWIMMING POOL
SPACIOUS GROUNDS t SCREENED PATIO
Ferdinand H. Rotenthal, Director-Owner
rormer Ast. Dlr. Mt. Sinai Hosp.. Cleveland A
I>ir. Jewish Home for Aged, Pittsburgh
7060 S.W. 8fh ST., MIAMI, FLORIDA
CA 6-1363
A


Page 6-B
+Jewi$t fteridliain
Friday. August 10. 1962
Herzl Honor, director of Temple Menorah's Rhonda Brody, Naomi Honor. Judy Klein, Amy
religious school and day camp, congratulates Wollowick, Richard Bell. Left to right (back
a group of "small fry" who have just won row) are Charlene Orvieto, Linda Stern, Gary
swimming awards. Left to right (front) are Lipkins, Joseph Honor.
Skitch Henderson,
Duo Pianists Set
For 'Pops' Finale
Skitch Hendersos. popular con-
duetcr-composer-pianist. will make
hi> seventh annual appearance as
guest conductor of the University
of Miami Summer Symphony Or-
chestra on Sunday evening at Mi-
ami Beach Auditorium,
The orchestra's tenth and final
"Pops'' concert of the season will
also feature the French duo-pian-
ists, the Roman Sisters.
The program will open with th
"Overture Zampa," by Herold,
followed by the Johann Strauss
waltz, "A Thousand and One
Nights"; Montarde's "La Vergen
de la Macarena;" Morton Gould's
"American Salute," based on the
theme "When Johnny. Comes
Marching Home;" and Shosta-
kovich's polka from the Ballet
''The Golden Age."
Two numbers composed and ar-'
ranged by Henderson. "Merrily We
SKITCH HlSDtKSOS
Air Force Man
Is Reassigned
Airman Jerome Weisser, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Weisser. of
4541 No. Bay rd.. is being reas-
Roll Along." written for the Grou- j sjgned ,he Unj(ed S(ates Aif
cho Marx film based on the history I P
ol the American motor car. and. force technical training course for
"The World of Bob Hope," written | medical service specialists at
for the television special based on Greenville AFB. Miss,
the life of the motion picture co-! Weisser. who has completed his
basic military training at Lackland
AFB. Tex., was selected for the ad-
vanced course on the basis of his
interests and aptitudes.
median, will als,> be on the pro-
gram.
The Roman Sisters. Josette and
Yvette, will perform Offenbach's
"Gaite Parisienne." and Saint
Saen>" "Carnival of the Animals."
with Henderson serving as narra-
tor
Henderson currently is seen
nightly on the NBC-TV network
Camp Menorah
To End Season
Closing day ceremonies for Camp
Menorah's eight-week summer pro-
gram will be held Friday. Pro-
gram "ill include four skits,
"Laughing America.'' "Working
America," "Pioneering America."
and "Jewish Life in America
Each skit will be presented by
one of the tour age groups of
campers ranging from 3 to 10.
Props, scenery and costume- an
being designed and executed by
the children.
Temple Menorah's day camp
athletic and cultural program in-
cluded swimming, sports of all
types, arts and crafts, Hebrew in-
struction, and Jewish life in
America. Additionally, campers
took weekly trips to attractions
and points of interest in the Mi-
ami-Miami Beach area.
At luncheon during the closing
day program, camping, swimming
and other awards will be pre-
sented.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. spirit-
ual leader of Temple Menorah. and
Herzl Honor, director of the relig-
ious school and day camp, will
welcome the parents.
Rabbi Gross Back
From Israel Tour
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin
cipal of the Hebrew Wademy and
his family returned ihis week to
Miami Beach after a three-month
visit to Israel and Europe
During his sta Rabbl
visited mj elementar)
,nd secondarj schools in the large
m and new settle
ments _.
n,. a so met with Abba I
Minis) i o! Educ; n ihe State
1 Israel, and V! Sharett. for
mer Prime Min '" I u!",:|]
lent) sc\
eral years a so
"I was amaied to learn of the
national fame and repute which
the Hebrew Academy enjoys
even in Israel,' he said. "The
new building of the Academy
and its top scholastic achieve-
ments were known in all educa-
tional circles."
Since the vast majority ol Is
raeli children Bre now coming
from foreign countries, many new
methods of teaching Hebrew Bre
being adopted bj the Ministry ol
Education. Rabbi c ross sa id
Some of these newer methods
will be introduced by the Acad
emy's language department for
the coming school year
He al.-o reported thai Israeli
leadership i> extremely concern
ed" about maintaining strongei
ties between American Jewrj and
Israel Israeli statesmen and edu-
cators feel thai the study of the
Hebrew language and an intensive
religious education are the onlj
guarantees for strengthening these
bands lie declared
R&Bb' SI'MS APRIL
Rabbi Simon April
Tckes Pulpit Here
Folio extended abs
Miami, during which
he spenl i-ix months in Europe and
Israel, and some three years in
Laredo, Tex with the Agu I
\ehiin Congregation, Rabbi Simon
Vpril has accepted the invitation
ol Beth Emeth Congregation of
North Miami to assume the pulpit
here
Rabbi April previously served
Miami Hebrew Congregation as
spiritual leader for it years.
Rabbi \pnl i a former member
he board ol the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education, and from 19a4 to
|<55 served as president of the
Miami Rabbinical Assn
Hi i- a member of the Rabbinical
Council "t America and the Texas
Kalian ol Rabbis
Rabbi and Mrs April will live at
300 NW |24th St, He will officially
I assume his duties on Friday.
Cardiac Hospital 'Day'
National Children's Cardiac Hos-
pital held a "day" at Westbrooke
Country Club on Wednesday. Pro-
gram included a fashion show.
Hollyw'd Temple
Names Principal
Temple Beth El of Hollywood an
nounces the appointment of Ellis
Robins as Temple director and
school principal
"He brings with him a back-
ground rich in Jewish learning
and experience in the field of Jew-
ish education and administration
including nine years at Temple 1-
rael of Miami." said Rabbi Samuel
7. Jaffe, spiritual leader of Beth El
Robins is originally from Balti-
more, Md where he attended Bal-
timore Hebrew College Aftei
graduating from public school
there, he attended George Wash
ington University, and is currentU
working toward an advanced de-
gree in education at the U of M
Robins has been associated with
the Miami News for the past nine
years. He is married and the father
of two sons.
ftt/5 KOBISS
J3 i r t It Ja z
First child, Caren Suzanne, born Fogel. of Coral Gables, and Mrs
July 26 to Josh and Carolyn Sirkin I Anna Rubin. Baby was named
show "Tonight," and regularly on in St. Petersburg, where the new ilast Suml;iv
the same networks "Today" pro- th atlonding Stetson Univer- noIH 7 ,,ii, *i I
gram. As music director of the Na- Davl<1 Zelleck Alpert born Aug.
tional Broadcasting Cosipany, he i8"?. law st'n,M" 4 to Mr. and Mrs. Sid Alpert In
hat been featured on radio and tel-! Miriam and Mi ton Sirkin spent Washington. DC. where the new
evision with such noted personal!- *". weekend getting acquainted j father is with the patent office
ties as Bing Crosby and Frank w'th fheir new granddaughter, and ; and also attends George Washing-
Sinatra the Uny dob and ht'r P;"'l,",s will ton law school.
The brilliant young Parisian duo- sPel,d lhis mo""1 houseguests
of the senior Sirkins. Great-grand-
pianists, the Roman Sisters, stud- parents are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
ied a: the renowned Conservatoire Sugerman and Mr. and Mrs. Harry
National de Paris, where they Sirkin.
earned the coveted "Premier *
i They have won acclaim as First child, David Craig. born
Is with such eminent conduc- July 26 to the former Susan Bran
tors Hie;:" Monteux and Arthni.....r and E 330 ';
I a ell as a performance -i. 'i
i the 11 i ra ol Ra lio \'j econ u t Ins Junioi I
ti ii Fi Grandpan
Mother is the former Judy Ros-
kin. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben-
jamin Roskin. In Washington for
the naming of the bab> on Aug 12
will be paternal grandparents,
Dorothy and Arthur Andt
Gr< a! grandparents ol the heii
Mrs. Rose Uperl and Vlr. and Mrs
N:cl< Schw artz
JWV Groups
Slate Social
Jewish War Veterans. West Mi-
ami, and Auxiliary are having a
membership social on Saturday
evening al the home of Mrs Char-
lotte Beil, 7755 SW 33rd terr.
Theme of the evening will be
"We're Bustin' our Buttons." with
a review of the Post and Auxiliary
activities durum 'he past year. '
Emanu-EI Camp
Concludes Season
The summer day camp of Temple
Emanu-EI is completing its fifth
yeai on Friday.
More than 100 children have par-
ticipated in athletic contests,
games, swimming, singing, danc-
ing, dramatics, arts and crafts.
-turn-, films, field trips to point)
"t local Interest
Dr Irving Lehman, spiritual
leader <>f the Temple, stressed spir-
itual values and Jewish traditions
throughout the slimmer Milt Feia
stein, camp director, headed the
staff of 15 counselors.
The camp season was to be cli-
maxed Thursday evening with the
entire camp in a musical and do-
main- production.
weddiny | (fashion show | | banquet-
have a truly luxurious
Matchless facilities, experienced management
expert staffall to serve you for much less
than you could imagine. Remember
a SEVILLE affair-whether for 10 or 1,000-
it served with the same gracious easel
KOSHER CATERING AVAILABLE
C411 fSTUtf POLAK: JE 2-2511
OCEANFKONT, ZSth TO SOM STREETS, Ml AM
BEACH
Two new grandch r Lil-
lian and Harrj check-
ed in" within a daj ol i
nts for the firs! tin i
-mil Marshall S, Vlajor, and the
Former Miriam Frank, ol 1624
Tigertail rd., whose daughter, Hil-
was born on July 19 Ma
ternal grandparents are Mr and
Mrs, Al Levin,
On July 20, the former Anita
Mayerowltz and Aaron iBuddj
Schwartz, ol West Orange N I
added little Carl to their family
which includes Hobm 3. and Kar-
en 2. Paternal grandmother is
Mrs Betty Schwartz, of New Jer-
sey, frequent winter visitor here.
10TH AND LAST CONCERT-SUN. EVE., AUG 12 at 8:30 P.M.
SKITCH HENDERSON
THE ROMAN SISTERS, DU0.PIAn.sts
^atastp-lHtnaj
TODAY
Open 6 45
=*
# r-


Jay. August 10, 1962
* Jpm ist Meridian
A Goldman,
iccl Leader,
|ead at Age 79
c ildman, Miami real < ite
md Jewish leader, rti
the age ol 70 He live!
lamingo pi Miami Beach.
. i ame here 16 > ears a fro
Louis and devoted a gre il deal
j time lo Ihe Jev ish commu
\i the time of his death, ho
rvii his I mrth term i -
of the Jewish National
He was a past president of the
jreau of Jewish Education,
l56-59, ar.d had served on the
jdget committee of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation for
iany years
was comptroller of the llo-
[ u Academy, a past financial
icretary of Temple BmaDu-EI,
served on the Temple's school
I
as a member of the llihi-
- Masonic Lodge, Miami Beach
... Lodge, and the Shrine.
ing are his wife, Frieda;
: liters, Mr- Rita Stern and
j (I.ildman; and two grand
ildren. all of Miami Beach
Services were Sunday at River-
Memorial Chapel, Alton rd.
Page 7-B
Hygiene Society
Has Study Class
Greater Miami American Natu-
ral lh '-.i ni Society study class was
to discuss Dr Herbert M. Shel
ton's "Hygienic System" this
1I urscgaj at 3 15 p.m., m the com-
munity room i Miami Beach Fed
era] bldg.
On Thursda) evening, Aug. 23
the Society will hear a debate on
"Resolved thai Therapeutics are
Necessary Aids to Nature for Re-
covery from Disease" in the Mi-
ami Beach Federal bldg.
Israel shmid will take the af-
firmative, with Charles Tamarkin,
president, the negative side.
Southgate Hadassah
group ol H dassi h
will hold a luncheon ci
the Terrace room of Soulhgi ti
Towers on Thursday, Ayj 16, .
11:30 a.m. Mrs, Charles Krupit i-
in charge ot reservations.
LEGAL SCfiCE

LEGAL NOTICE
SOt GOLDMAN
Rites Held For
Miami Physician
Richard D. 'Shapiro chief of
itj nl Ihe North Miami Gen
ital, died Aug l
t; > car-old physician was
the staff at Jackson Me-
Hi spil il He was a mem
. the Dade County Medical
Ij .md the Radiological So
i: North America ar.d Great-
:'i His fraternity was Phi
. Epsilon.
Shapiro came here from New
15 year- ago, and Ined with
- familj at 433 W 51st st., Mi-
..... Beach.
Surviving are his wife, Lois \v ;
a -mi. San ford A., a daughter,
Amj E.; a brother, Larry; and his
parents, Mr and Mr- Solomon
- apiro.
Si ; i ices were held Aim. 3 in
Riverside Memorial Chapel. Alton
Yiddish Novelist
Tolush Dead
Yiddish novelist, biographer, and
hort story writer Nor Tolush died
n July 6. He was a resident
' the Blackstone retirement hotel
Mr Tolush, Ions a "fixture" on
Miami Beach -cent-, made lit-
"- historj going hack to East-
Europe At one time, be was
friend Of the world-renowned
--Km novelist and playwright,
Gorky, who dubbed him the
lish Gorky."
lied here at the age of 75.
nated another Miami
1 leu ish community person-
Mayshle Friedberg, as his
executor, leaving him a
number of unpublished man
pts.
rolush is survived by a wife
daughter Services were at
Riverside Memorial Chapel. Alton
with burial in Mt Sinai Cem-
MRS ZLOTA ZEICHNER
-". a a Am; i m Brooklyn, N V Mr*
/!, Iin.-i- belonged 1,. man> Yeshivoth
' '-' "ni .1 m-gantsal Inn*
She i- survived by one ion, Rev Na-
.....> <......in i. hi (ion ..i Beth i ., > ni
Congregation, Miami: and t" daugh-
Mn i Newman and Mis Ron,
Hash i>l Brooklyn l:.-\ Zelchner l
ttlng Sim .ill ar ill, home
.i Mi Ni mn i. 16 i:-- -i I'.i -:'k -
Ij n
MRS. JOSEPHINE GERSHEN
(; \ r th hi died Aur 3
She ..... hen yearn .,- fi nm
New Vork Surviving are hei hus-
band, I.,- ., ds urhlei Shni mi. h
-I-'- mil hel ln.,1 i Sel
en wet, \ .. *, In l:n i ,i. Mi
-. m i
/
MRS MINNIE GOLDSTEIN
1. i.l i XK lliiv." n -.: \ .
I Win line hvn earn
.1 ig i- .. :u. Mrs
Ma y I'lul were A
i M \, I't-melel :n.I. i .In,
MANUEL PAPY
n n'k :ih hi ku
I li aim here Sew
i was a i ei
manufacture! It. w.i* a m<
Worki s i tfl h
lii.- Yetta ., hoi 11
Hi Hi Hi II .01 i Mr*
In il\ lii I- in!" B lltld ,< slstcl s,
i Vug n Itlven Mi
\ n nl
MRS STELLA SHWON
if l.'l SM I riti Vug '.
-1 mi, tien i aai fr< i Bo*
Sur\ King .,i -I.....lauii hters,
Mr- Lillian Travels. Mr* Roue I-.-, n-
:i ihI Mr* Edith 11 non,
Vlirahaii brother, nine grand
children .111,1 two great-grandchildren
Service* mi, Aug In Riverside Me-
morial i 'haui l. I louglas rd
HANS LENKWAY
I-. ,.i Sir.ii Nu Hind *l died Auf 1
II, came here !' year* ago from New
>,! k and was co-owner of Kuii Mo-
tor* II, ws ;, member of the
American Radio Itelaj League and
wra* ., licensed radio amateur Hi w.i-
.i veteran of World War 11 Hurvlvlna
I ,ii. ills Ife, Ruth; h daUKhti r,
' Karen; .i brother, Kurt, ami ,i pla-
ter Services wen Ant .", In River*
-i.l. Memorial iTiauel, Nurmandj lale

ISIK JOLUSH
MRS. ELIZABETH SANDLER
T".. ,.f lOS N Hibiscus ,lr Mil,i i-
l-l, riled Auk '-' She oune here l-
, .i i ago from Baltimore. Surviving
art threi mnm, Jerome, Harold and
Alvin, ,, daughter, Mrs KIhm l"hern-
,,fl Ihrer si-i, r-. Mr- I.\nn Salta-
man, Mr* Pranee* l*evj and Mr*
Bee Rouen and > hndhi i. Paul W
Miller Service* u.: Aim in
. I;.\ i-1-1. Memorial I'hapel, Alton rd
HARRY RASKIN
70, .a J li I SW I nil st ril< .1 A US 2
ll, came here 22 years .i" from Ni
'i rh He wan a mi ml.....f I he M i
, .. ml Hori li ulturi s lei j and the i r-
ganli Harden I'lub, Surviving ar<
his Ife, li, i ill.i :, daughler, foul
hrol hi i four *i*tei mid :i gra
. iiiia Si vice* \\. i :n ltrookl> n
with Rlvei Hide Mi in nil 'hunel* In
I..,-..
MRS. JULIA LYONS
SO, of i2l Harding ave died ,lul> 1
S|i. ., in, hel'i 1 v .o .,l:<- r in
I-hii.t'i, ipin.i Surviving are a daugh-
ter, Mr- i'.,! i le I.- i In, and ., non,
l ,,,ii Kei vice* wen in Phlladi Iphia
illi I... .il ,,: : in-:, in, in.- h) lleyi i
Funeral Home
Veterans Will
Install Officers
Installation of officers of the
newly-formed Li. Col. Clarence E
Good Barracks, Veterans of World
War 1. will be held on Saturday,
1 30 p.m.. at 3100 N\V 17th ave.
Serving in 1962 are Julius Nagy,
commander; James G. Hurst, sen
ior vice commander; Harry Fro
eal, junior vice commander. Harry
Kosenstein. quartermaster; Ray-
I niond (Jregory, chaplain; Lester
Ayars, adjutant; Leo J. Carroll.,
judge advocate; Myron J. Barasch,
Asher Rose and Joseph R, Morris.
trustees
Guests who will attend the first
meeting of the Barracks include
llarlanil ,i Lloyd, department com-
mander; Morns ii Klein, depart-
ment chaplain; Morris Golombeck,
district commander; and Mrs
Stella J Good and her daughters
Chairman of the afternoon is
Mike Lebow.
Insurance Exec
Honored in Miami
Miami insurance executive Leon
Schwartz was this week recog-
nized as "No. 1 man in the coun-
try" in competition with some
1.000 insurance agents.
Also recognized as "leading
agency in the nation" was the
Leon Schwartz Agency, of 1400
Ainsley bldg., Miami. The double
recognition came from the Pan-
American Life Insurance Company,
reported as the largest mutual
company in the south."
Schait/ has been in the insur-
ance business since he was ll
years old, starting as an office
hoy. He is a life member of the
Million Dollar Round Table, hut
frequenth breaks tins magic fig
me Recently, he insured an in-
dividual for S3.ooo.ooo. -the larg-
est life insurance policy on an>
single person ever written in the
state of Florida." according to
Schwartz I also recentlj wrote
a $2,000,000 policj on an individ-
ual."
Paul Light, vice president of the
I'an American Life Insurance Com-
pany, came to Miami from New
Orleans to honor Schwartz at a
dinner in the Fontainehleaii.
Schwartz this week welcomed
inquiries by Creator Miamians
"for a free and complete analysis
of their life insurance." He is also
considered an authority on pension
plans, key men insurance, and
profit-sharing and estate planning,
.Schwartz said he is a yreat be-
liever in separating investment
from insurance, thereby giving Ihe
henrficiary the full face amount
of insurance, plus the investment."
RR Line Reports
Traffic Increase
Passenger traffic on the Sea-
hoard Air Line Railroad in July
was IS per cent greater than a year
ago. and was the largest for any
July in a peacetime year, James
K. Getty, general passenger traf-
fic manager of the road, said here
Now more than double the level
of the pre-World War II perio,!.
Seaboard's passenger business has
followed an upward trend during
the recent years, he said, with re\
eiiues for the first -even months of
1!>62 running ahead of the same pe
riod last \ear Increases of two
percent in April, seven percent in
May. and nine percent in June pro-
duced an over all increase of six
percent for the second quarter of
1962.
July ha.- now become one of the
largest passenger volume months
of the year for Seaboard, Getty
said. Factors contributing to that
result are the increasing popular-
ity of Florida as a summer vaca-
tion resort, together with heavier
travel, hoth business and pleasure,
to other area- served by Hie Sea
hoard
A2A Seeks Information
Officers of 322 A7.A are seeking
information about the names of
members of 322 since 1036
Gathering the information is Dale
Sanders. 273(1 SW 23rd tor Miami
Attorney Moves Offices
Victor Levine, attorney at law.
announces thi removal of his ol
fices :' Suite 815. Ingraham bldg. V ': Heai
25 SE 2nd ave Miami.
IN THF. i-Ol'NTY JUDGE s COURT
IN AND FOR DADF COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROFIATE,
No. 56623-A'
in i:r. I'-!.,!. ,.f
\V I I.l if I. MINK S lUIII.I'.IV.
1 -
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Pel -.n- 11 iv
linr I'l <: in-- Sa nl
KxtHti
'i .. r .I .ii
HI .mi I'l III:- mil
rl ivhli-h i,iiu iii.m hii
Hi, -, i.l w II MKI.MINK > l-.ll:-
I.l'! N i|p, .,.. ,| In-, uf Hildi i -. -ir,l -. .
I' Ida, Hi- i iiit JikIci nl I nl.
i 'ount>. nmI i:l, Hi.- same in duplleati
ami .,- proi Ided in Si elinn 7 li
I- l.,i Ida Statutes, In Iheli nfflei
ill.. i -,.11111 v i "ciiii il,.,U-. in I ladi
'ii.t\. 1 i..i i,| i wll Inn -iv .J, iii'.-ii
iii.,i.-. In i,ni,- .1' Hi.
, publication I......I or Mi. n mi w ill
|.. barred
l>at< -l .i Mi., mi Kim a
' .l.-i \ ,,f Juts Ah I:"..'
Ni IRM \N II nor.I ISTKIN
\ A I n i i
l-'ii publleai n .-I' i in- notlci
ill.- '"-li da> nf Aiiuiim,
I...\ \ I .even thai, llolilatein Ri K i .i -
Vttoi n,i !', A,In InlHl ratcii
I N.K 163rd Sti el
North Miami I'- h, Hlurida
s-in i
IN THF. CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY
No. 62 C 4217
i:i.i-"i i.vi ill \ s M.M 'ii ii:.
I'lnli
HARRY I- MACHKIl,
NOTICE OF PUBLICAT.ON
Ti in i.'i: v m v 'iu:i:
Iti sideiie,
Yi 'I' A UK HKKKI1V X< ''I'll m:i l I
.1 i -, innl : in fill 1 n \ ,.: h.i- hi .11
fil, .1 KI.Ki \'i 'l:\ s
\l A>'11 i:i:
i||l "1. \ iiur An.-u r
11 "I.-- k 1 .....urt and serve
Hi m SAMI Kl. I'l HI
.' VSTIU '. Vttori !':.i ntl'l
s.w \ 11 VII I
, .11 ...
.. I....... will lie
'litereit HJJS.tll
1 \ 1"I-:I tin- il da I
11
K \\ 1.1: VTH I km VN
. rh "i 1 in 1 '.. > m;t '.
- |n- ; :
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C P462
' IIKRNIt'K i'i 'I I.TKR,
, I'l.iiiuii'l.
v -
wii.i.iA.M iini.ri:i:.
11. i. ndn in
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tie wn.1.1 \M i'ini.ii:i:
lsi w.....Kami 1 'i '
1-1,.is:,in Hills
F'lttKburKh, r. mum h unla
Vim. WILLIAM I'. HI.Ii:i:
hereto notified Unit .. Hill "f I'om-
I'i.iint r," 1 >l\ .ni In,- hei n filed
..^.IlllSi \,,u. ,,|l,i \,,ii .0, l,,|l|il..l
t,, -. \, .1 ..:.\ of yum VnffWeq
IMeadlnR t" ti-,, fan of I'oniplalnl on
' tii.- I'l.ontitr- uttornej. i: \ ym \n ,v
1 H'HIi;. '"-, Ain-i, j Hldg Miami S2,
[ Florida, and file Ihe orteinal Answer
..1 I'leadini in tin offlci "t tin I'l.tk
, ,.f ill.. i'ii,mt I'-urt on -! before the
Hull a 1' of Septembi I. I!2 If > "ii
fail o. !" .- ludirment b> defnilll
u ill 1,. taken .mniii-i \ :. :. : t In
li. t ,1. 'iinn.I.-.1 :n tin Bill n( 1 "mil-
, |l| Hill.
Tin- mitli'i -h.ill ii>. publlahed once
. .,. h wei nnm livi n k-
In III i: JiSWISII I'l.i Hill il v N
|M>NK VNP t>RI>RRKI> nl Miami,
Klinlda, tin- n-'l daj "t Vukumi, A.P
11
i: H I KATIIKIt.M \N. 1 '1. rl,.
I'in-iilt I'oiirl I rida
!;v HKI.KN KKSSI.KR,
I ii init> 1 "lei K
I i: VYM \N .V Mill.:
V11-I. Hldg
Miami :.'. Kim Ida
\ n. > < I'In 1111 ill'
- II
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
,N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 8509
1:11\\ \l;|i A SI'KKAISI i.
Claim
\ -
,M \ Ri iARKT SI RR \| '
Mefendanl
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
l'i' M VRCAKKT SI'KR VtSI I
I SI '
Itayxlde I."in: Island, N,-,\ Vork
V 11. Mrs Kurrago, an hreb> no-
1 Hint .1 Rill ..t 1 'omplalnl foi
1 ilvoi 1 .. li.i- been til. .1 :.u., n-t i
:in,l you are re<|iili-ed t.. -.t\. ., ,.;.\
.- youi Answer i Plead ng In the
Hill of t'omplnlnl mi tin- I'laintlfl -
. .ti, .in, > i- i.irri ii i:i: ,\- B1*R ji'.n n.'.tli Street, Surfalde Miami
Bi ... h SI I Ida, .in.l til. tin Tit-
in.ii Answer 't" Pleading in the office
.a' lb.- ("lerh ni* ih.' I'mnil Court mi
..i I., i, re the HHh da.> "t s, pti
"':. If > ,.ii fall to a.. -.-. .rnliiin. tit
bj defaull "ill be taken afcalnsi ) ill
i," tin- ri llel a. in.onl. a in ii,.
I '.'ill|.|;i mt
Tin- notice ahall be published onci
.-.,. h week for foil iceki
ii rill-: .n:\visn l"i,i h:i i >i \\
\ i wi'i ; i i: i e i: i .<< \i ami
In- 1:111 ilu y of Aui v 1
r 1: I.KATHER.M VX, Clerk,
' I -I,' I'.'Ullll l-'l,i 1.
Ll) M GAVAI. VR1S,
I', i
'! 1: i' 111:1. ,v 1:1 i;.;i:i:
' -h SI
N THE COUNT < .. z:. i. t CO- RT
IN AND FOR D-OE COUNTY,
FLORIDA -=;BATE
nc f.f::-c
.
1
1.....
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T \
1 : .
: I ..'..
......
... tut- a hieh
,-stati I 1 MM M VRKi
Ladi
.
In ...... 1 .
I IV li ISO III I IN.UIII I
. nil
.
I .. i. -i TI
11,11, il at Mi: Ida, thin I 1
i .
IIKN.IAMIN II I.l. Executor
I l: M \Yi:i:- vtl mi foi E*
' 'fiiiKi. I lids.
Miami Vi I 1,11 nl.1
s 10-17-J4-J1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 56196-C
1 N RK Ksta le ol
ISIDORK tiKKSi IN,
I ', :-.,I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn \l. 1 '- ait.-: .,11.1 All Pi rsons H -
ing Claims .: Hemands At.nn-- Said

You are hei. bj not If I, ,1 and 1 e-
i t" presenl an) 1 lalms and
.1- uhleh ^-.ii n havi airainst
ihi .-..-. ii :.-11 ii i|:i: 1 ;i:i:s, ,n
I '.!.! iii's Klnrida,
-, ih. 1 '..iin' \ Judtri s nf 1 '.,.1- .111 -
t> .in.I -ii. t in ame in duplicati
.1- |ilo\ Ided in -..,. 6. I
S......- in !: fin :n tin < 'oun-
. Count) I1..I--
: 11.1.1 : monl
timi here.
'' 11..... 1
1 '.it, ,1 .,1 Ml 'in tin- 11
\ : .
AIM: VIIAM >! VSSKI.
RICIIARI K KINK
\- Vilinin
I list pu il
1 ,
UK H VIM K KINK
\ : Kstlltl
I
- Ill- I 1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP
FLORiDA, iN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 6199
JOAN RKIIAIMI
... :
VUTIICR I' KKI VIM
ilant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I'l VRTHI K !' KKII VRIiKR
"Si Irt I evard
i-'.i r Rockaway, 1 :.- Island
v. v- York
V< ARK mi:i:i:i:y PJOTIPIED thai
,i Complaint for Mlvorce has been
filed ajralnsl you, and you are i-
nuln -I t.. sei \. .1 "|.y of youi An-
- i.-ti- ,.n A NN A
BRKNNKR MKYKRS, Attornej for
Clalntiff, U" I.in. "In Road, Miami
Heai ii. PI 11,1.1. and file the original
thereof in the office of ihe Clerk "f
tin- Circuit i'..ntt. ,.|i ,.r l.efnr,. the
::i-t il.i) ,.f August, IMS If you fall
t" il" so. Illdgl.....t, b) 1!. fault, "ill
i., taken .1- ilnsi ..: foi the relief
demanded in thi Complaint.
I KINK AN|i ORI>EREI) at Miami,
l>ade County, Klorlda, this 0th day
"f .1111s
E 1: l,i:\'l'll|. RM \N. .1. k
1 e, mt Court, 1 '.ni. County, l- lorlda
ISI al R) K 11 I.A.NV\ V Y
IH-put) Clerk
- 3-10- ;"-.'l
.'hi 111
- I"
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE.
No. S6536-A
IN 1:1: INt.it, ..f i
iii:ni:h"tt \ iiii.si:nk.vi-k
notce to creditors
r. \:i 1 'reditors and \n l'i 1 sons II.,v-
Clalms Hemands Ataui-t 8n -t
Estate
>'.,ii are hei *> n"t Ifli a ., nd 1, -
.1 ;n n' ., in claims .1' a de-
mands which V"ti ma) have against
In estati "i ii- nrletta Hllsenrath
I. .,-.-,I Int. .' I .1,1. I 'ount) I-'I. : -
Ida, t" tin Count) Judges of Dade
Count), an 1 fill ti. -.iin. in dupll-
.- |i ovlded in s..tIon ''<'> 16,
i Stu .:, -. in tin ir offil es 11
th. ,*.>tiiit\ Cnurthoiiai In Bade Coun-
ty, Florida within six calendar
months from tin- id.....1 the fl -'
publii'ntion hereof, 01 the same "ill
1.. harrcd
Dated at Mam,. Klnrida, tin- 1
da) "f July, a 11 1:1.::'
MIA.MI BEACH KIRKT N\ll. RANK
B) San ford I:. In ro< Trust 1 ifl,. 1
\ I'm CUtOI
I -- publication -i tins notice "O
Ih. :: ,1 ,la> .a Aug-Usl
li 'UN II IH'lllC
\ t t,.i ne) for Exi iitm
H02 Vlnsle) Bldg Miami rt:1. p|a.
I- 1: 11
- -iii-17-:'4
in the county judge's court
in and for dade county.
florida in probate.
No. 56606-A
IN RE Estate ,'f
HELEN W STRE\M.
I.....1-, ,.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Clalmi Demands tgalnsl Bald
Estate
Y.'ii are hereb) notified an,I r.-
quired i" presenl an) claims and de-
mands which you ma) have against
tin estate ..! HELEN u STRH \ M
deceased late Dadt County, Flor-
ida, t" 1 In- 1 '..lint \ JlldRI S of D
' 'ount) mnI fill tn -am, in t In ir
es in tin 1 1 .111 tin.11-, in
Bade Conn 1 Kin. Ithln .-is cal-
.,. months fron thi date of
.... the -
uill I., luii red
auni: A
A,In
MNM.1.1: 1; KER1
'-.. .. <
7*2 West Klagli
IR.,
0 \:-:t


Toge B-B
+> h Isfi fkricffor
Friday. August 1C '--
FOOD FAIR KOSH
TAKES PRIDE IN
ANNOUNCING TO OUR CUSTOMERS
The Introduction of the Finest
KOSHER MADE Chicken Produced
"ZION KOSHER POULTRY"
\
POULTRY 3

This Seal is the Mark of Quality and Kashruth You're
Serving Your Family the Finest When You Serve
"ZION KOSHER POULTRY"
As a Special Introductory Offer, we, at Fcod Fair Kosher Markets
Ask You to Try This Chicken with a Guarantee to Satisfy or
Your Money Cheerfully Refunded!
ZION KOSHER
PULLETS or BROILERS
Save 20c LB. on this Introductory Offer
NOW SIX KOSHER MEAT STORES TO SE~R~v77bT7vEN BETTER
2091 CORAL WAY I rnPAi u/av C n DCI ILK
2091 CORAL WAY
MIAMI
CORAL WAY
AT S.W. 87th AVE.
2662 HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD
IN HOLLYWOOD
163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER
NO. MIAMI BEACH
19th ST. it ALTON ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
10th STREET a"d WASHINGTON AVENUE
AT MIAMI BEACH


Full Text

PAGE 1

P3€ 6-A +Mnist fhriiiar Friday. August 10. 1S62 i S K pa |h< da at on in oc tir er Ti of V. S3 D K Jewish Leaders Discuss Fascist Activity in Britain Continued from Po t.A ist *nd pro-Mosleyite. During •h melee, Mosley was knocked tfown, and his face was bruised. Synagogues throughout Britain, r.eanwhile. held special memorial on humanity." services for the victims of the Nazi holocaust, in protest against :.",<• renewed campaign of incite%  ent launched by the neo-Fasci-t groups. The Sabbath services were held in response to an anneal bv bief Rabbi Brcdie t.iat -.;ie syna%  memorialize the mMhons of Br tis Government %  that it will ough ti eral a" to a pr Parliament ai in >uch ber those who were the victims of the Nazis net only in tribute to their martyrdom, but as a protest against permitting the revival of an evil which wrought introduced in such overwhelming destruction uping the Public Order Act a way as to forbi d incitements %  .; in the Bonn Cool to Israel's Entering European Common Market Jewish martyrs who perished at the hands of the Nazis, "as a stern protest" against the recent wave of anti-Semitic meetings In bis message to the synagogues. Rabbi Brodie declared: "The evil which we all thought Acompletely discredited if not exorcised has raised its ugly head agi n And in England of all Nazi slogans and Nazi ;ropaganda breathing rabid antiand racial prejudice t rightly demanded that the %  nn of Trafalgar Square in the art of the capital. "Most sections of the nation coned these blasphemous and patriotic manifestations, and • righly d that the es take the strongest st( ps BONN— 1JTA1 — The West German Government is cool to Israel'.desire for the establi-hmen: of a link with the European Common Market, diplomatic sources here revealed. Germany is one of tin six members of the European Economic Communitv. parent of the Euromart. The otner mem bers are France. Italy, and the Benelux countries, Belgium. The Netherlands and Luxembourg. Instead of favoring an IsraeliEuromart link, diplomats said, Germany holds the view that Israel should initiate bilateral negotiations concerning its trade problems with the individual governments represented in the EEC. On the other hand, it was noted prevent my resurgence f that here. West Germany is conducting -;• .'. hich was responsible for broad trade and foreign aid talks • errible catastrophe which cost with Egypt and with at least one millions of human lives Arab country. Jordan. Jordan's It is our solemn duty." the Foreign Minister, Hasim Seiha. ar ef Rabbi declared, "to rememrived here for a brief official \ i-:i at BABY TIME Welcome Wagon celebrates the arrival of each new baby with a friendly call—with a basket of gifts and congratulations of the entire community. 5evi I ifficials also am-, i While the Bonn Government is not expected to rush into a trade agreement with Egypt before consulting its allies, especially the United States, serious consideration is being given here to the possibility of starting formal trade negotiations between Germany and Egypt. German officials are talking about the need for economic negotiations with Egypt in view of what they see as "Egypt's predominant position in the Arab world and in the near East." One ser :nder way here r< -. i ling : as) : %  • ai I provid< valued at 650.000.000 Deutschmark.a il S165.000.0i developments in S Since S broke awaj from •! %  > L'niti an} is i -. %  ; itl Egypl thi mm i at agreemi %  I in I. m km n while si that the [si I %  :.• %  %  .i (akit ip wii tile i:' that Boi tronger attit ;.'.e West German nuke: experts and technicians who have been aiding Egypt rocket r> •progi am. There are about 200 I these German rocket experts in Egypt, the reports stati The New York Times, m a cable from its correspondent. C. I.. Sulzberger reported that either of the two rockets which Egypt produced could bombard all of Israel from : bases well in the rear, and that ••the design and fabrication of these rockets were made possible • by signal contributions from three Germans. Profs. Saenger. Brandner and Pilz. aided by over 100 German technicians." Mr. Suliber-jer added that Saenger and Brandner once held important positions with jet and orc'nance firms and institutes in West Germany. Brandner worked in Russia after World War II helping design llyushin engines. Pill is credited with inventing an astonishingly inexpensive missile which, although it still has a short range, costs only S50.CC0 and has bsen vital Nasser's tests. However the Government spokesman, Home Secretary Brooke, also warned that careful consideration must be given to the problem of preserving the right of free speech "while effectively discouraging wanton incitement to racial hatred." Ban ett Jannei a 1 %  that the the Secret! r\ • %  the common li no right t : C( ntinilll '• : •• %  "• these outi ..%  Detectivi 5 port ties and %  •• t mtrj wen put this 1 %  ... Brit am to hold their firsi x nee World v. %  •' >( the ...... of a I • Vai ras learm invite d) to thi : ntish Satici attemptn thi N %  Brit The British Naii said the ob ject of the congress was to plan the coord ; nation of the National Socialist struggle for race and nation throughout the world." •' %  %  %  tl %  -. %  %  e applied foi •. in Ens PRII TO OUR READIRSI c:als saM that Rockwell was enl I to a | like tiien, 1' I that .t was up to Kr. r :and whether to er ( .eted of I j \. : 1 ua cm KING ARTHUR'S COURT The SINGING STRINGS DINNER • SUPP6R MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 3-4521 ART {*.•. COww •0 Be sure to tell Welcome Wagon of the arrival of every new baby in your life. foi manv • special G East arms race • 'ntj bra %  ns in tl ihich the three si 51 sports have 1 • from the • %  24-Year Hebrew-English Calendar. 32 pages. All dates and Hebrew equivalents and days of the week, Oct. 1940 to Sept. 196 i. r" Important Jewish hcl'.dayt to 1970. For free copy write '0 H. J. Heinz Company, Dept. 32, fittobarghou, iv:.:. ......... ... rted HI 84994 WELCOME WAGON TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET Answerite, Inc. Telephone Answer Service SERVING JEfferson Union Highland FRanklin Executive Office FR 3-5581 ing KOSHER MEALS FREE 7th DAY %  %  SSMLs • %  %  %  %  • %  ^ ^— __JL :--'S Ct*.s.Uunmt*i %  CALL JE 4-2141 \y UNIQUE! MAGNIFIQUE! a m JAKPIN' ME RONEY PLAZA HOTEL ^3*d Si-Mi and Coit.ns Av*n U M.— Beach the New MOTEL MARSEILLES CONTINENTAL DIN'SG ROOM • r no," --•: RESTAURANT 8393 Bird Rocs Miami 2tb-l 744 ^ -> .'.CONTINENTAL?. ', CATERERS •v. 7T-: CATERiSG for BAR MITZVAMS & WEDD.NGS THE ROYAL HUNGARIAN RESTAURANT JE t 5401 HAROLD PONT .nd IRVIN GORDON GORDON and PONT fron 0SHEI CAT! I Ell •on dotnrti H %  compl.t, firff* *m 170 M.W. 5th ST., MIAMI _0N HOUSE WEDDINGS BAR M.TZVAHS I PHCtvE FR 4-2655 "der the Supervision of the U.K.A.



PAGE 1

Friday. August 10. 1962 'Jmist Fhridli&r Page 7-A Miami Pharmacist, Mow in Air Force, Kelps Save Life of 9-Month-Old Child aio. N. Y and a graduate of the niversily <>f Buffalo He is a member <>f Beta Sigma Rho fralernity. His wife is the former Kay S. Lt. Mark M. Rosenfeld receives the package containing a rare 6erum during a mercy mission to save the liie of a baby girl. Capt. Andrew C. Mitchell, jet pilot who flew the first leg of the mission to deliver the serum to Ramey AFB, Puerto Rico, makes the delivery. Beth David Will Reopen Branch Beth David Congregation an! nounces thai classes this fall will cr.ce again be conducted at the branch school in the South Dade et, SW 77th ave and 104th St., cctsalMe from the Palmetto by and Dixie hwy. A full program <; Religious school instruction will t, offend Mra. Ben Ka/cr. chairman of the congregation's board of education. • said "It is imperative thai we fulfill our obligation to the residents 01 the South Dade area in furnish : religious school facilities for their children. Last year, this pi i • project waa overwhelmingb BUCOaasful, and it became clearly apparent that the program had to :, carried on again this year Beth DavM it launching its Slt yer of re'ijjious instruction, wilri on* of the largcit •nrollmftnts in Dade county Professional staff is licensor by the Burao of Jewish E role in ;.r. emergency mercy mission, He iSecond Lt. Mark M. Rosenfeld, who helped save the life Ol a nine-month-old child ;-t Ramey AFB in Puerto Rico recently. When the baby girl suffered a severe reaction to a smallpox vaccination at Ramey, doctors sent out a call for a rare serum to combat the deathdeaiinj potential o* the illness. The serum was located in Atlanta, Ga., one of 12 cities where it is available, and Capt. Andrew C. Mitchell was diverted from a jet flying training mission to pick it up. Lieut Rosenfeld, a United States Air Force Hospital pharmacj offi cer at Robins AFB in Atlanta, wai given the direct responsibillt) ol insuring the safe delivery of the .-erum. He personally attended to the special handling of the medicine upon its arrival at Robins, during the transfer to another iet ircraft and the linal dispatch ol liobbins. of 6155 LaGorce dr. Mi.t to Ramey. ami Beach. He was employed by Lt. Rosenfeld is the son of Mr. Tarasch Pharmacy, of Miami, prior and .V:.Ellis .'. Rosenfeld. of Buito entering the Air Force. Urge Collaborator Investigation Cc-.f..iued from Page 1 A that Kirschbaum had allegedly conferred durii 3 the war with Ado f Eichmanr. about the liquidation of Slovakia 1 Jewry, and that, ultimately, 71X00 Slovakian Jews had been sent lo Nazi death camps. The Council has also been report2d as iiaving c ?manded that Canada extradite Dr Kirschbaum to Czechoslovakia. A statement bj Mr. Harris declare <:: "\\t have been disturbed (or some time b> the stories which have been emanating about Dr. Kirschbaum'.past. We have accu mulBted considerable information which, we believe, requires further study and investigation. We feel the Canadian Government should take immediate Steps to check on this information and to determine whether Dr. Kirschbaum's entry into this country was valid, if not. we believe the Government should lake procedures for deportation back to his country of ongin." According to Mr. Kayfetz, members of the CJC in Toronto had had personal contact during World War II with Dr Kirschbaum, and knew him to be the principal official of. the Hlinka Party. Prior to holding that post. Mr. Kayfetz said Dr. Kirschbaum had been the leader ol the Bratislava student section of the Hlinka Party Dr Kirschbaum s case is understood also to be under observation bj George Davidson. Deputy Minister of Citizenship Of the Canadian Government Gables Boy Wins Top Ci+ation Here I avid Luchins, son of Dr and • Abraham Luchins, H9 Almi' Coral Cables, has place. the top 100 contestants li • nation in the 96th annivers -• in the United States nil r ai the Mesivta H 1 Greater Miami, and a rew Academj 1 n the top award in gtati f F I01 ida i| ihi N et; was a w in cr 11 ihi .; sponsored by the mention in the r< -. 11 .. e inner ol last 1 contest al 1 Ac ng to Rabbi Vlex 11 %  -. principal, the Mes 1 -. ry will receive a year's subto 1 NESCO Courier" in %  David The av, ard 1presented through 1 1 the UNESCO Pub BI ions Center NOW OPEN a big, new HOT SHOPPES Restaurant Just around your corner in North Miami Beach 050 North Miami Beach Blvd. (In the Jefferson Super Center) The colorful, spacious dining room features choice beef, chops, chicken and seafood, cooked to your order by the master chef presiding over the glowing Char-Broiler. The big menu also features many other Hot Shoppe specialties, and each evening there's a special full course Family Dinner at a modest price. Children get a special welcome, puzzle place mats and a menu all their own. The Sundown Room, a smart, luxurious cocktail lounge, is another feature of the new Hot Shoppe Restaurant — a warm, intimate room for before-dining relaxation. The restaurant also features private banquet facilities for up to 70 persons. For the finest food for the whole family, at moderate prices, be sure you make a date to visit Hot Shoppes. Open 7 days a week for lunch, dinner and late supper. ,-zr z f^r^rrr^l EOT SHOPPES RESTAURANT Also located at 3500 S. Dixie Highway, Miami IS the BEST



PAGE 1

Friday August 10. 1352 ten 1st fhrkflan Page II-A Beth E! 'Adopts' San Salvador Rumanian Ambassador to the Un.ted Nations. Rosen, of Rumania. At the gathering are (left Prof. NbhaH Hasegemu. U. among guests a. a to rightDr. Nahum Goldmann. presiden of recent reception given m New York by the WJC; Rabbi and Mrs. Rosen; Va£le Pungan. Amencan J*wh Congress and World Jewtsh firs, secretary of the Rumaman Legation in Congress in honor o f Chief Rabbi Dr. Moses Washington; and Prof. Haseganu. U Thant Eyes So. America Violence As part of the Hollywood-San Salvador People to %  People proJim, originated by City Commissioner Maynard Abrams. Temple Beth Sholem will honor Jewish guests from San Salvador at a Friday evening service clurwiK theft visit to Hollywood from Dec 4 to 11. Abrams and Julius P. Ham-., on their visit to San Salvador, discuss ed the problems and the needs oi the Jewish community there This led to a move by Rabbi Samuel H. Men.'elowitz. spiritual leader of Belh El. who 'adopted the Jewish community of San Salir a.the Tern] wish community Rabbi Mendel i itz Cantor Er i si sterner, and Bruce Richm u educational director of the Brow. ard synagogue, "ill present religious items to the synagogue in San S„h ador. Ccntinued '-3TI 1-A •o the iiopeal" for csmments on the qe--al issut a' racial bias, which i on tKe a3*nda of the next £<>mbly. l he : %  I -Jew isri a i! terrorism \:. • tina mi iguaj. for i' h uh re no h.i. • j been punmeanwhile prompted American sxecutive of the Wi ; Jewish HI (rets to conLtraordui IT; two-day conferenci Jewish community lead:fron tile entire South American continent The conference will tnos Airei m Any. IH The anti-Jewish violence in Argentina i id Uruguay brought reactions .rom (."rule and Brazil Chilean Minister if Interior SotSfO governmenl cannot UUW IHAVEl ttRVKI In, 149 NE. 1st St.. Miami, t* 4-2604 imagine even for a minute that such "barbaric acts against -lews should take place in Chile as are now occurring in the other South American countries He made this statement al a reception tendered by the Central Committee of the Jewish Community of Chile in honor of Prof Boris Chain, the Jewish Nobel Prize winner, who was touring Latin American countries The Minister of Interior said that the Chilean Government appreciates the contributions which the Jews are making to the development of the country. He assured the audience that, in Chile, there can be no such a situation where the authorities would not check the activities of irresponsible, terroristic e I e merits. in Brazil, Afonso Arinos, Jr., one of the most prominent among the deputies in the Legislative Assembly of the State of Guanabara. delivered a sharp protest on the floor oi the Assembl) againsl the waves i i anti-Semitism in Argentina md Uruguay He demanded thai the Governments of both countries take immediate and energetic stepto "halt the activities of the Nazis and fascists" in those lands. The deputy is the son of Afonso Arinos. Sr Foreign Minister of Brazil In Buenos Aires, meanwhile. 12 members of the Americans for Democratic Action, visiting Argentina on a study mission, conferred this week with leaderof Argentine Jewry to obtain facts about the recent wave of anti-Semitic terror in the countrv. "EXPRESS" BOATS 0M6INM. "rHOVUT IIMINI CRUISE • DONT ACCEPT A SUBSTITUTE CALL ANYTIME FOR RESERVATIONS GROUP RATES • ORGANIZATION FUND-RAISING PLANS WORLD'S FASTIST, SArtsr PASSENGER IOATS AMERICAN FLA6SHIRS BRAND NIW VISSILS SKCIFICAUY DESIGNED FOR GULFSTREAM RADAR, -JHIP TO SHORE RADIO "ON TIM!" SCHIDULE DUTYFREf SHOrriNG FRIt LAYOVER PRIVILEGE GUARANTEED: A SMOOTHER CROSSING AND MORE TIME ON RIMINI THAN YOU GET WITH ANY OTHER SOAT CO. FR 1-4802 Deport Miami r Miami Stack C of C Decks DePoat Plaio Miami laack Cantor. Miami National Body Elects Beachite Sholom Stretcher, son of Mrs Sylvia Streicher. 3047 Prairie ave was elected president of the National Conference of Synagogue Youth at its recent convention. Held in South FaHsburg, N. Y the convention was attended by more than 350 delegates, from 13 to 18 years old. who came from many regions in the United States Stroicher, a junior at the Mesivta Senior High School of Greater Miami and a graduate of the He brew Academy, serve i as national treasurer and regional officer oi the organization. The National Conference ol Sj I agogue Youth is an affiliate of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations and serves 1(10 chapters in it regions throughout the United States The youth organization aims al the strengthening of Jewish learning, formation of study groups in each chapter, creating groups in all cities to preserve Orthodox Juda ism, and to for ma stronger bond between all religious groups throughout the country ISHEMT0N HOTEL?' BOTH ROOM I AND THE € *" RATE FLORIDA BAHAMAS LINES Duponr Plaa Hotel FR 1-1436 IT'S DONE VIA RESEMWON SIIERVTONS EXCLUSIVE ELECTRONIC COMPUTERl Just call PLo*1-0961. SHERATON HOTELS 65 holeU m 45 cities cust to cot in tht U S.A.. in Hawaii, m Canada, and oversell METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY NEW YORK, NEW YORK New Health Plans for Men and Women Over 65 ALSO NON-CANCELLABLE INSURANCE FOR ANY AGE Now a new Senior Citi/en plan is available to those in normal health who are 65 or over, and to sons and daughters who want to assure this protection for their parents. The plan provides substantial benefits toward: HOSPITAL COSTS FOR • Room and Board • Medical Care • Surgery • Nursing Care including nursing home care fallow ing hospitalization No upper age limit. As long as you are age 65 or over, you can make application. If only one of a couple is over 65, the other may be as young as 56. Both husband and wife can be covered under a single policy. Renewable for life. Premiums will not be changed because of occurrences to you. as an indi\idual —but may be changed only for all policyholders in your classification, MAIL THIS COUPON TO P.O. BOX 12 — MIAMI SHORES, FLA. I AM INTERESTED IN YOUR NEW HEALTH PLAN. NAME ADDRESS PHONE NUMBER BEST TIME TO SEE %¡ MORNING — AFTERNOON AGE ~ EVENING Why not call me for details—today? CHARLES MANDBLSTAM.ESiT^ JOSEPH J. ACQUAVIVA. CALL Miss Page PL 7-8521 INSUHANCl CONSULTANT Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, Now York, N. Y.



PAGE 1

BUBS ~ njuffinE Page 12-A +Jewish fhrldfor) Rabbi Jonah Caplan Returns to Pulpit; Adath Yeshurun Programs Expanding said that fully equipCharles Rosenberg, president of Temple Adath Yeshurun, this week announced the appointment of Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan as spiritual leader of the Temple. Rabbi Caplan previously served Adath Yeshurun on a weekend basis for a year and a half, while devoting himself full time to thj Florida directorship of Yeshi University. The many happy months I with the Temple proved to "be a gratifying experience. I cherish the privilege of serving the contion ol Adath Yeshurun mice i ain," Rabbi Caplan declared ft i dne sdaj. follow ing t h e announcement of his recall tu the iple's pulpit. frior to his acceptance of the i time post, Rsbbi Caplan served as executive director of th< Hebrew Acadsmy. "But the rabbinate is after all my first love," the North Dade spiritual leader declared, "and I am glad to be bask at it full time Rabbi Caplan added that, actually, his return to the pulpit in-j volves more than that. "It is a means of self-fulfillment, an avenue toward genuine service. Life today seems more complex than ever, and man's problems keep multiplying. There is, in fact, an overall insecurity which lies at the rool of man's restlessness as the world keeps moving away faster and faster from the center of his rWAOIUTY QUALITY SERVKt GELB Monuments INC. 140 SW 57 Ave. Five Blocks m Mr Hebo *Ph. MO 1-8583 7 Years Experience of Specializing in Only Jewish Monuments : or All Jewish Cemeteries X-u ").../• Representatives Goodman Bros. Monuments 71 Ingrohm Street Brooklyn, N.Y. The Lewis Monument Co. 78-15 Myrtle Ave. Queens, N.Y. GELB MONUMENTS INC. Phone MO 1-8583 Miami Hebrew Book Store 1585 WASHINGTON AVE. Miami Beach — JE 8-3840 Hebrew Religious Supplies for Synagogue! Schools S Private Use ISRAELI A DOMESTIC QIF-TS REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miami's largest & OMest Supplier far Synagogues, Hebrew t Sunday Schools. Wbslesafe I Retail ISRAELI CinS AND NOVELTIES 417 Washington Avt. JC 1-9017 'people are drifting through life Temple's president Uhl, steering a specific course, •*..* **£"^ _. I„ ages gone by, the Torah was our ped to Jjj J fhe unaf guidlpost, and Jews followed ^ ^^ tam i,ies of North "But 6 a'ceording to Rabbi Caplan: Miami Beach to join us." "Today the Torah is a closed book. Rosenfe id said that the Temple and .lews wander on aimlessly. g fuMv .,„-conditioned saneThe rabbi's role, therefore, beniarv wl(h a 1 2 oo-seal capacity. comes mote significant than ever d r0 „ m facilities tQ accommo before -He must bring hi.peoP>r^[ at ^ students in the religious I a ck to the study of Torah. and schQ0 m K nv ,. sisterhood, Men help them apply it to their daily ri||h 1|U youlh groups. 'Ihere are living. He must restore faith in m [ami ij es affiliated with tne themselves and in a world berefl .,,„„,,,, ,,present, "and we hope of idealism. He must lead them to r) i( M hl nl „„| M r •„, 500 families drink from the fountain of Jewish !( %  .,." Rosenfeid knowledge "thai they may attain a ((im ., :: in .Hi of Isdom Rabbi Caplan feels thai "there is no ana of service greater than this. For a life of self-fulfillment and a life fulfilled th reater service than the i : 'i Affirming these views, the RABBI JONAH CAPLAN nee, It is as if everyone is trying to keep up with the naut orbiting in outer space, only to find himself standing still." As Rabbi Caplan sees it. "the need for guidance is meat. It is not necessarily the help of a social worker or a psychiatrist we need. There is a void in people's lives today that points to a lack of overall purpose to life itself. Too many Oneg Slwbbat Saturday Miami Beach chapter of Hadassah will sponsor an Oneg Shabbat on Saturday noon at the home of .Mrs. Philip Thau. 5055 Collins ave Program will include topics of current and Jewish interest. Mrs. Sanford Jacobson is discussion leader. GORDON FUNERAL HOME FR 3-3431 FRanklin 9-1436 710 S.W. 12th Avenue Miami, Fla. HARRY GORDON PRESIDENT IKE GORDON FUNERAL DIRECTOR VIE SPECIALIZE in CONDOLENCE BASKETS Fiom $7.50 We Deliver FRUIT CIRCUS Friday. August 10, 1962 PALMER MEMORIALS "Aliomi's Only Jewish Monument Builders" S H. PALMER Exclusive Dealer "ROCK OF AGES" FAMILY MEMORIALS 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710 FR 4-8783 Scheduled Unveiling* %  E1RTHA MIADI 1 P">WEDNESDAY, AUGUST IS. 1962 Mt. Sinai Cemetery ESTHER NAIDICH M Peace PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. 3279 S.W. 8th Street HI 40921 Phones HI 4 0922 LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK AND GARDEN MAUSOLEUM "THE SOUTH'S MOST BEAUTIFUL JEWISH CEMETERY" N.W. 25th ST. at 103rd AV TU 5-1689 GRANITE MEMORIAL ARTS Jewish Division of THURMOND MONUMENT CO. INVITES YOU TO VISIT THEIR SHOWROOMS AND DISPlAl LOOK fOR TWO-STORY WHITE BUILDING MAY WE SIR VI YOU AS WE HAVE SO MANY OTHERS 3253 S.W. 8th STREET HI 41614 HI 4-2157 MEMORIALS Of BEAUTY DIGNITY AND PERMANENCY CARIBBEAN MARBLE COMPANY is proud to onnounce their affiliation with the nationally known CLARK MEMORIALS We have also been given the exclusive dealership tor STAR GRANITE We specialize in building Jewish Monuments Our work is guaranteed CARIBBEAN MARBLE CO., INC. 7232 SW 42nd Street MO 1-4055 ^^^A^X MIAMI'S cisions require time Surely il is onK g I sense to devote JS much mention lectinge family burial estate as you would to making -.our will. Yet >o often one tends to postpone tins important decision until an emergency arises. Isn't today the best time to start planning? Why not find out about Mount Nebo now. Here, in Miami's finest and oldest Jewish cemetery, a Perpetual Care Fund exceeding $100,000, guarantees ,lie permanent beauty and care of Mount Nebo Ycftt never pay for maintenance taxes and Messmentl cannot be levied And Mount Nebo is so serenely lovely so 1 orressMe ...so u ell established it has .heady been the choice ol over 4.000 Jewbh families. ny not secure full details? BEAUTIFUL EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH CEMETERY I I I I I I I Ml ST Mount Nebo Cemetery 550S N.W. 3rd Street, M.omi, F | 0 lda Pleas* send me uuhnui obligation, pdl infomauon on Family Bunal Euaut Mo ml Nebo. Name Address. CmZone State S505 Northweat 3rd Street Phone MOhawk 1-7693



PAGE 1

Page 16-A. +Jenisl> norkRat) Friday, August 10. 196? Pan American LIFE INSURANCE Company LARGEST MUTUAL COMPANY IN THE SOUTH takes p ride in formally recognizing and commending > %  •he in i960 ^ in '"' 0n """— 4 j£?*%% %  i s coi,,. 15^ Pan hw *rt z 2 &ilfc c Fti/i a/7, Ofrf .<: •r? ** ^ iSift ''* e / %  ;/?** %  ,: P*-eou rc c 0fd the spun "•J/idj'fcCf j .^'tved 0(i e 'itfl t/e policy d r <7>or,. ^ 'ori Ida h ft -s 3f(c e Jver *fci| *W, life Insurance in force Total Assets $1,457,614,091 $240,165,598.66 '*/' /t, LEONS ASTK IN THE COUNTRY in competition with Approximately 1,000 Insurance Agents AND CONGRATULATES THE LEON SCHWARTZ AGENCY 1400 AINSLEY BLDG., MIAMIFRanklin 3-2750 os the Leading Agency in the Nation J *f,



PAGE 1

Page 10-A % Jtn/s/ Fkridlidiri Fiidcy. August 10. 1962 Community Center Executive Affirms Jewish Role By SANFORD SOLENDER The subject originally scheduled for this session was entitled "To be as One." It was planned to present and discuss at this time the new film about the Jewish Community Center which bears this title. But the publication of a series of articles on the Jewish Community Center in the WinterSpring 1962 issue of "Conservative Judaism" led to the decision to devote this session, instead, to the issues raised by the writers of these articles. The irony of this situation lies in the fact thai the original title is the most appropriate one for the new subject, as well. This compendium of articles is a bitter attack upon the Jewish Community Center designed to destroy it as an institution. It is an attack from a source which more properly should be concerned with A recent article i "Conservative Judaism" ha< stirred u ndtton.1 controversy on tht "]ewishness %  the Jewish C o m m u 11 > Center movemen / .; /MIV firestn'ed June J before the annua. confertnce %  '! tht National Assn of Jewish Center Workers at Adimru City, Kl Sanford Solender offered J cogeni answer. Solender :. particularly icell-quali/ied to reply. He* has 'J.:.( _5 years o\ distinguished service in fewish communal wor\. Presently he is executit'e rice president o\ the Rational feu'ish Welfare Board and president .'I the National Conference oj Social Welfare. H< i< a formei ;• ndeni of the National .\ Jewish Center Workers, hi 196162, he was appointed chairman '( a committee by formei Secretary i| Healili. Education, and Wi Abrj/idin Ribicoff to review U.S .1 SAMfORD SOUNDER Government icef/ari programs, Tht follou'iti. is I'. : I in d si ts for th( entire fai n ""era of genera i Jewish interest, and increasing opi rtunitj for intercity .... ation fJ Jewish youth Then has been special emphasis on ;, world outlook in Center pro grams through yw-to -yt-;ir sup port of thi Jerusalem YM and YWHA %  It isits will and to Jewish youtl lai Is The rising '. : .• in th< time-honored j, ( jsh s se of s stice has animi %  a sed Cen .,.; %  • public affairs Cen idday i nas e. with enlarging stress on the us of this i rience to di i; • • cish interests S;nci enters : -' imstall to i • Centei rposes the s| eciaci i r ris< in tl t number of C nti r professi i %  kers from 74J i, ] i4 [i • 551 in 1961 is es| t. ial Re< ruiting work ers th alfirmat %  Jewish :ommitmi !i BI backs und has been emi The nter field has a great, i proporti i il workBrs so ..... %  than '' %  l "' 1 '"''Leaders H nationall; iffiliated Jewish >•< tl -1 i" '"' ca reers inCentei work increasing frequence i trei lenced by thi er.eral i • f ,he lewish i %  • 'i th There has been a dr n itic rise in training | grams r Center irofessii m staffs d with lewish knowledge. A gi ns numI, ,. ,,, • ndi ch projects, : • • mak attendance i %  I i'ry. Such i"' %  • %  : ml th. : for %  n| Clevclan at It i more. Often rri i in co,., ra | • %  %  ish • ational institutii %  thi % %  rsity of Judai: i casi he Jewish Ce • %  of LAi NEXT V. EE< Growtndicates Proqr.i. strengthening every potential force for Jewish enrichment in America. : these articles appear at the time Jl must be noted with sorrow how | far these authors have ventured from their time-honored commiti o f Center work in America. The jnent to Klal Yisrael: "To be as sinking progress of the Jewish Onet" indeed should be the title Jor this discussion. These articles, and the press release announcing their publication, attempt to make the following points: that the purposes of the Jewish Community Center art not intrinsically Jewish; that Center preyjram content is not sufficiently Jewish; that Center professional leadership is deficient in Jewish background and commitment; that Center lay leadership is Jewishly marginal; that by their open door policy Center's contribute to inter-mar nage; and that since Centers do not ccr.tribute to the enrichment, development, or preservation of Jewish life in America, funds they receive from federations should be redistributed to synagogues for at least their Jewish educational and youth programs. /Maturing Movement Community Centers and the Young Men's and Young Women's Hebrew As.sns. in the lasl decade and a half are a dramatic story of the flowering of one of the Jewish institutions truly indigenous to Jew'• ish life in the free democratic soil of America. Few facts describe the maturing of the Center movement more eloquently than the process in the past decade of redefinition and reI affirmation of Ihe purposes of the Jewish Community Center in American life. Initiated in 194748 by the National Jewish Welfare Board survey conducted by Dr. Oscar Janowsky. and consistently carried forward since by community studies in* all parts of the nation. by conferences of Center boards, and by action of individual communities, this process has significantly sharpened and focused Center aims. The primary functions of Centers have been reasserted to I be the enrichment and strengthen I ing of American Jew ish life This "symposium" in "Conservthrough significant Jewish group Judaism" — the term is a association. Universally rejected tjphemism since only one side of has been any idea of the Center as j the picture is presented is rea place for association by Jews markable f<. r its failure to recogwithout affirmative Jewish purize that the issues with which il poses, deals are actually the fundamental Growing out of this sharpened problems of all Jewish life today sense of direction has been greatThey affect equally the synagogue er clarity about the focus and convery other Jewish institution, j tent of the Center program. CenThe tragedy of these articles is ter workers and lay people have that instead of examining the applied themselves to kindling the roots and causes of matters which interest, excitement and activity of ncern the synagogue as much as Center members about Jewish conthe Center, attention is focused cerns. and steady progress has reonly on the Center. Certain of the suited. While the universal asauthors even endeavor to attribute | pects of the Center's program risibility for some of these have been strengthened the greatproblems to the Center. The ediest emphasis has been on enrichu "I ma azini have l]1 fact ing Jewish experience for presnaped these articles as an assault school and school-age children the Jewish Community Center, teen-agers, adults, and older which the) would eliminate from adult-, club, and special interest imencan Jewish scene. groups have dealt increasingly y paradoxical that .with Jewish concerns through discussions, festival programs, visits >of such tremendous development lo points of interest and commun ity participation projects. Mass activities and inter-group proj grams have been based on Jewish interests, Jewish cultural programming in the arts and Jewish adult education has been accelerated. In the loan of a few days on a recent trip, I taw an impressive exhibit of Jewish art by a contemporary American Jewish artist on display at the Center in Cincinnati, sponsored by it in cooperation with the local Bureau of Jewish Education. In Los Angeles I was told of plans for the American premiere of a modern Jewish drama by the dramatic group of one of the Los Angeles Centers. In the recent JWB sponsored National Jewish Music Council project to commission new indigenous Jew| ish music, 14 Centers commissioned 20 new Jewish musical compositions. A .tud.v of adult programming in Centers revealed that more than two thirds of Centers with forums and concert.presented programs in which Jewish subjects were 75 to 100 percent of the total. Close to three-quarter the Centers conducted adult classes, and in almost a third all sub jects were ol Jewish interest, and 57 percent included one or more Jewish subjects. Center. hav< organized Jewish cultural activities for Center members and for all Jewish organizations m the eon. munity through Jewish cultural councils and community-wide cultural activities Special Emphasis Center, have taken vast strides towards conducting programs with profound meaning which is expressive ol bi th the general and Jewish facets of their concern Stress ha. been given to pn gramn %  f YovTl find complete Havt mat £ facilities to exactly satisfy luifneii Meeting. # your needs In the Kismet, Banquet, or •? Special Occasion ^ Aladdin, Schehe'ctode and) Ruboiyat Rooms, be H for e weddmg or o private party 1 ISs^SfTJem. V\]fHl -v^M f|m% J. I. W^^SB Jl '-le. — M — '-^%  —*?"* al the a* #r Information* HA: El /..LISON C*-ir \J D BfCTOB -t -.^061 W J^ % eettt st. • coiiins • For Very Special Occas ons THE Vbfomat COUNTRY CLUB'S CALCUTTA ROOM Just imagine having the entire Diplomat Country dub v • fZ iitT 1 : r w, Min ^ artiesor special "' %  facilites for groups ol 100-300... available 7 d Th^o snooker room auite like the Calcut taR area. Lniimited free parking. For reservations, call FR1-0781 in Miami or WA USIU i HOLLY WOOD-BY-T HE-SEA %  %  : ^ y^,,^' % %  % %  —y ^f m /, Mn /\ <-: %  %  /r s/1 JR for Elegant Functions — Com Ca et ,., B Fac||||iM (Qr "<'' ^l/s.r.ed,n. U p„ b „ hi0B a iii.uno„s setting that '"'e-ect y 0u good l„l,. y T,, -V,f„VsoV^.?." b — r l 0 Avail., QJEAUVILLE OCIM AT e STeeT. MI AMI B



PAGE 1

Fr.day. August 10, 1962 I*** ;# %  f%rri^i^r Page 3-A Jewish Community Liquidation Systematic -Tsur it > A process of complete liquidation going on against Jewish comities in both the East and Wesl today. Yaakov Tsur (old hundreds il Greater Miami Jewish community leaders gathered at the Fonlainebleau hotel Tuesday niht. T.-ur. a former Israel ambassador to Argentina and later to France, is currently world chairman of the Jewish National Fund. Tsur told the leaders that "there i> a permanent emergency in Israel.' adding that "1 do not mean i [icontinuing difficulties with the 4rabs., Even when Nasser recently announced the acquisition of new Soviet weapons, we took it calmly." Tsur explained that "it would be dangerous" to discuss the emergency to which he referred in greater detail than this: "What we face today is a new phase in the a'tempted destruction of the Jewish communities of the world srai I diploma! an I Jew ish : Fund leader said thai ration is ising to unpreceevels and v e must n ii try liveable for thi I is we must absorb th< m tfirst of all, In cautioned, "we .• %  -: rm he unti y that an be mad< capable of abntion." : lress d .. capacitj crowd • a aien the ouncil ot the Jewnal Fund the not i it V) f DOG tucme EVERY HiGHT SUNDAY Q'UI FB -^ NO MINORS //StASt. June 1Sept. 15 YAAKOV TSUR "to havi 75 percent of Israel's population living in the fertile plain between Haifa and Tel Aviv, Jews must settle everywhere in Israel — l • %  Metula Otherwise the FCCUI ity of the country can assured To protect Israel, we : Israel The former Ambassador to France, an intimate of President de Gaulle, declared that the French won every battle in the years-long Algerian war. "But France lost the war. France lost because her military occupied El A! Shrugs Off Intimidation Continued from P?ge 1-A moves that result in the liberation of Dr. Soblen. !. Walter I the 5>i f State s they will e for pr< venl sion of 1 States courts to b Hi ind •• that 1 srael Go' ernment out nsibli h\ !... tti ects 1 lane %  n ands El Al ane I Dr. S to the L'n I Charging thai a st i nj comhination of fore* •w< rking t< thwart" Soblen 5 retui *u said: We must deal with our friends" as the 1 nited States dealt with Poland years ago, when it barred the Polish ship Bator) from docking ,n the l\S be .use that vessel had been used bj 1; • 1 hard Bisler, when th( latter jumped bail as %  > convicted Communist. only the large cities and not the land." H said: "We must lean, a lesson from iht unprecedented events in our time — the events that have made historv Otherwise what good is our experience?"' Tsur arrived here from Haiti and the Dominican Republic. Earlier in July, hi had attended a regional conference of the Jewish National Fund in Mexico. From here, he goes to lecture on land reform at universities in Guatemala and Panama. On Sept 3. he will attend a second regional JNF conference in Buenos Aires. Argentina "Land relorm." he declared, "is one ot the greatest problems for the peoples of South America. This is a matter ot social readjustments of land ownership, which can have significant impact on the future freedom of the Latin peoples The countries there are studying Israel's methods ith great exc itemert Tsur came to Miami to speak to a special summer ass;mbly of the Jew'sh National Fund Council here. Presenting a director's report was Zev Kogan, local JNF counsel. He was introduced by Rabbi Mayer Abramowiti, chairman of the JNF Southeastern region. The Jewish Floridian, read .. resolution recognizing "the honor" of Ambassador Tsur's visit to Greater Miami. The resolution n affirmed Gr< at (;• Miami Jewry's purpose to re cati itself "to bring to complete and successful fruition the eel undertaken earlier this year by JNF in Israel." Me Ami is this community's twin city now going up in the Jewish Slate with fur.ds being gathered here. Beth Torah Opens Registration Here fJ Complete and Dependable Title Service M IAMI TITLE & Qkttact Co. 36 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS • ABSTRACTS • TITLE INSURANCE 104 Northeast First Street Telephone FRanklin 3-8432 YOU GET MORE CALLS WHIN YOUR PHONl IS ALWAYS ANSWikiD V can answer vour phone in your own name. less t-an $5 per week fcr a full time Telephone 5*cr*tl f. ANSWERITE, INC. TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE PI one JEfferson 8-0721 Registration for the fall term of nursery, Sunday and Hebrew schools at Beth Torah Congregation begins this Sunday morning, Organized over 20 years ago as the Monticello Park Jewish Center. the congregation on North Miami I'.i ach oilers a complete educational program for children from 3 to 16 under the supervision of Rabbi Max A Lipschitz and Abraham J. Gittelson. educational director The morring weekday nursery school is staffed by professional teachers and stresses a fu:l reading program for first grade. Under the direction of Rebecca Kay, pre-school supervisor, th • school provides experience in Jewish living, as well as activities in music, rhythm, dance, storytelling, arts and crafts. The E school primary detmi %  • mphasizi Bible stori %  %  nces and .: spei ial e a week call) d "He1 iru Fun offers a five-year program leading to graduation and preparation for Hebrew High School, as well as liar and Bas Mitzvah training and extra-curricular activities including choir, cantorial study. Torah reading. Karen Ami Council and athletics. Registration for Sunday and Hebrew school may be made daily from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.. and on Sundays from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m Nursery school registration is daily trom 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. • exi itive editoi : Tin Hebrev epartment Attention ; Synagogues!! j % 4 % REAL BARGAIN < 700 UPHOLSTERED FOLDING CHAIRS, exra HEAVY conduction, book \ % racks on back of each chair. Will ing to s*ll at REAL BARGAIN RATE. % G'-'O'I Addrrssograph Machine also J available. If interested call JE 8-7231 4 ..A Dade Federal Savings has 5 convenient offices to serve Dade County r SEE US FOR LOW COST HOME FINANCING To Buy, Sell, Build Refinance or for Home Improvements ALLAPATTAH BRANCH <> 1400 N.W. 36th ST. G O e TAMIAMI BRANCH 1901 S.W. 8th ST. ..* EDISON CENTER BRANCH 5800 N.W. 7th AVE. MAIN OFFICE 101 E.FLAGLER STREET O o NORTH MIAMI BRANCH 12370 N.W. 7th AVE. 'i \One of Ihe Nation's Oldest and Largest" Bade Federal JAVINGS and to AN ASSOCIATION t>? MlAMI jv. 4 U o I0MW M IIPIOH. Pr rodent &n& v'll. UUittJJSavi: si\'J •. • %  / by ingi occounte ere insured cp to $10,000 by on agency of the Federal Goven. PER ANNUM RAT: I NJS • V ABIE i. COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY OUR RESOURCES EXCEED 185 Mil LION DOLLARS



PAGE 1

Page 4-B Kk^istfhri^jr Friday, August 10. 1962 4-rances 4sL~e'itnan We the Women 3n the iQealr* of Society BARBARA WOMAN OF THE WEEK Just as ] idge Jason Berkman is a -look-alike" for Presidenl John K. tly, so ;his "iff. Barbara, filled with the same inner drive, enthusiasm and love tor her husband's constituents as Jackie Kennedy. Barbar: enjoyed all the excitement that went with her husband^ campaign for Justice of the Peace in District Five. It w a first experience Barbara had in politics — and the first tin. ran fir office. He had previously sat on the bench by appointment. Dunr.4 the campaign. Barbara felt that she got to know everybody. The warmth of their new friendships and the many stimulating iences thej had more than made up for the tired feet and loss ol sleep. She was born in Boston, graduated from Colby Junior College in New London. N.H., and transferred to Boston University, where she took a liberal arts course. Barbara hail a very uneventful and normal childhood — the only "different" experience being a fall off of a bicycle, which resulted in a broke: Today, she's riding a bicycle again. It's uood xercise at night when it's cool, she feels, so f some one whizzes by you on a lighted bike, .hat's Barbara. She met Jason when he came to Boston on vacations to visit bis parents. He brought his wife back to .Miami where he was practicing law exactly ten years ago last May. At first, Barbara was dreadfully homesick, but .hat soon wore off. As soon as the children arrived at school age and went to North Beach Elementary. Barbara got started in PTA, which proved the opening wedge in her community participation. She became active in National Council of Jewish Women. Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood. Shore Unit of the Cancer Corps, the Humane Society, and United Fund. Now that summer is here Barbara is storing dp her energy to use next winter by playing golf and tennis, but she plays neither as well as she bowls. This summer, the two Berkmans and their children. David and Ban Lynn, have been taking short weekend trips, driving up the coast, and stopping wherever fancy dictates. The children are very proud of their parents, and love to participate in family doings. This is another reason that Barbara is such a firm believer in PTA. The children recognize the spirit in which their parents became active PTA'ers — it's because of them. Therefore, they have that sense of belonging which is the basis of all families. A NEW IDEA Whenever Susan Stiller, who will marry Joel Feiss on Aug. 19, puts on a certain apron, she'll be reminded of the kitchen shower that was given for her by Miriam (Mrs. Phillip) Schiff and Rose (Mrs. Herman) Feldman at the Schiff house. The apron was passed around, and all thirty of the guests wrote their names with marking pen. Among the names on the apron were those of Mrs. David Goldberg. Mrs. Robert Tauber. Mrs. Goldie Adelman, Mrs. Leon Roth. Mrs. Emanuel Puskin. Mrs Al Lewis, and Mrs. Hyman Coverman. Mrs. Max Stiller and Mrs. George TauDer. grandmothers of the bride, signed as well as Mrs. Kaufman, the groomgrandmother. The centerpiece was a white basket with pink tulle heaped with vegetables and fancy gadgets to use with them: the nail in the baking potato, corn holders stuck in ears of corn, and fancy cutters ;il! In the chapel of Temple Beth S Rabbi Elijah E. Palnick fl The bride is the ... bara Boer. Kails:.Cit> M is the s.m ol Mr and Mrs I 51 N Shore dr. Following the cerei h\ the bridegroom mother. Mrs. Jeanr was held al the Lehn The new Mrs. 1 th full-skirt. i small lace bolei and an he rlocm I the bridegroom's grai A graduate of where he was a the bridegroom After a honeym Overland Park K Keneret Chapter Party Kmerel chapter of v in rachi Women's Organization, t -ponsor a "family splash party Sunday, from 4 to 9 p.m.. at I Waldman hotel on Miami B Program will include enter ment, and kosher refreshments i be -el-, ed. MRS ItRi UHMAN Chan filly Gown For Mrs. Zoberg \ iu h :• nlng :n N,.-' the former Barbar i Eisn i Harry Zoberg exel rriagi AS oi Sunday, A 1, Mayet Vhi imo\ itz • ihe ceremony, which was : i r ition in the • e : • he bride f in pi • ed chantillj ire silk oi ganza with a hand -ei iroidere i \ ol | earls -• .%  eld veil of in illusion in of ho: was D : inda />>< rg an I S %  %  • % %  mat Is of hoi Socialises in Fdi Force on Beach Wedding Reception Brings Out Miami MRS. DAVID COHEN • Kuhn Cohens to Live In Fayetteville Mr. and Mrs. David Cohen are honeymooning in Nassau after their wedding cm Saturday, Aug 4 Dr Joseph Narot officiated at >!he evening candlelight ceremony at the Everglades hotel, and a re< and dinner followed in the Ml Olympus room on the Everglades roof. The former Scharrieann Smuckler wore a white silk bell-shaped bridal gown with an imported pear-shaped Italian lace veil Her sister, Mrs. L. Finkelstein, was matron of honor, and bridesmaids were Janet Armbni-t.-r Betty Snyder, Mrs. s. Griffith and Mrs L. Mavilya, Heidi Lynn Finkelstien, the bride's niece, was flower girl Daughter of Mr. and Mrs Joseph Smuckler. t>37 Washington uve the new Mrs. Cohen graduated from Miami Beach High. St. Petersburg Junior College, and Tampa University. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs Aaron B. Cohen, of SI. Petersburg. Now m the U.S. Army, he graduated from Boca j Ceiga High. St Petersburg Junior College, and Tampa University. Serving his brother as best man was Mark Cohen Warren Cohen Will Fein, Edward Carhart asd Lenny Finkelstien were groomsmen New home for the young couple will be in Fayetteville, N. J. u Mr. • honor new bridi \ ibbci • who '. earliei I • The new Mrs Lehn ensemble w ith linj matchii bolero The senior Mrs. Lehman ch< -> ., lim n sheath nt turquoise wi'h bodice and wide band at the hem of white covered with -troll work. The bridegroom's grandmother, Mrs. Jeanne Rothschild, chose a blue frock decorated with yellow forget-me-nots Among guests were Mr and Mrs. Jay A. Canter, the Daniel Neal Hellers. Amslee Kerdie. Dr and Mrs Arthur Gilbert. Mrs. Carl Weinkle. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Treister. Dr. and MrPhilip Wcin stein, jr. Also Mr. and Mrs. Morton Greenwood, who attended the wedding of the senior I.ehmans 33 years ago in Akron, <>.. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Frumkes, Mr and Mrs Arthur Rosichan, back from their vacation m time for the affair, Mr and Mrs Sidney Schwartz with her brother, Saul Pohn Mr. and Mrs Ja> Cristol, Stanley l.eviii". and \':and Mrs Morton dis \ With planof %  %  Iding. Mr and Mrs. Leon Kaplan and Mi and %  • : M Ginsburg, ith ta Kaplan and -. who will be marrie I II V: : i affair in%  irold Stoni. Dr and Mrs Alex Robbins, Mr and Mrs. Aaron Kanner, Mr. and Mrs Lorber, Mr and Mrs Paul SoDr and Mrs. George Lis i i Sandwiches love il Mr ai : Mrs J | : W'esl Englewo d, N J n ,u st mai as I %  vith Eugem Eism Alan Greenberg ing as %  The nev Mrs Zi berg p nd Mrs i rank Eisn 175 Daytonia rd., Bisca; • \ graduate ol Miami High. -Iuattended the Unlver-s ol Miami. Her husband also graduated fr Miami Beach High, and is now i tending the I Diversity of Mian Hifraternit) is Alpha Epsilon P The newlyweds will make their home m (.oral Gables. MRS. DAVID ZOBfffG .-. ra NEW SWISS KNIGHT And so do cheese omelets, canapes 5S5v C 2^.22!* Hefe S •+*** "•** cheese f-avor M ?ad Tr?? • V 0US ^ imp0rted Six '"^dually foiled si.ee* per pack. Try Swiss Knight slices ... tonigjrtl



PAGE 1

; n J M ie 0(/< oman s IVcM r; by ISABEL GROVE Harold D inskys and daughti r P< ss in their N el !:. e after a six-v eek tour of Isra own al London, Amsterdam, Brussels, Paris Switzer-" Florence, Rome, Turkey. Grei • S| trip was an interview with Prime Minister Bei G iri • and visits to border settlements, immigration instruction the Hadassah Medical Center, Israel's "newest and hotEilat, and extensive excursions into Tiberias. Upper re] Aviv. Haifa and Beersheba Dunsky. who is fund onsultant and development fund director of Cedars ol H spital, also collected material for hi> second book "Fund-Raising in Foreign Lands." of course ycung men from Johannesburg, So, Africa, Charles SamV'incient Katzen, on a globe-circling trip by air, house •ol Mrs Sarah Harris, of 1200 Ocean dr Most impressed ocean, where they can swim without fear of sharks ... At thej must take all kinds of precautions ther firs! time visitor to the Gold Coast, Barbara Goodi student at Walton High in New York Her grandparents, Mrs Nathan Zeichner. of 2736 SW 3rd ave.. spending .-.; a hotel on the Beach so she tan get the most out of i and sunning. %  da) stay "South of the Border" nothing less than Shangri\ irginia and Mervyn Ames Already plannir* next year's Mexico so they can show the attractions of Taxco, Cuernea and San Jose Purua" to their three lovely debs. Helene 16. an) 13. and Elizabeth 8 5| rmng the speed of our modern day jets. Roz and (Jerry • left last month for Mexico on a Dutch freighter While i they II help Bernicc and Isaac Litvak celebrate their son's Vlitzvah The girls are friends since childhood rnej Sj A. Bobbins, wife Rita, and their two sons home .. 24-day motor tour Highlights included the Great Smoky in North Carolina and Gatimburg. Tenn. ... in RichVa they visited Rita's sister and brother-in-law. Anita (nee man and I. Schwartz In Washington. DC. they toured White House and other historic Spots, and then drove up to %  York oubt :!.: the children of the Louis Seitlins are "in the r, of thn Seven-year-old Rebecca copped four ribbons • swimming for Westbrooke Country Club against r .. Harbor Country Clubs in the fre< styll and events Big brother Larry, u, won first place • m< lej r< lays against Bay Harbi r Countr; fat! Wall) vId Coast The'.<:•. who daughter Wanda was .'al< an of her s al East Ham| li J inn i High ... %  Barrett, well-known Miami pianist, leaving foi five ring which she'll travel through New York New Jersej husetts, visiting friends and relatives She'll also do 'with Asako Tomita. young Japanese mezzo-sop i coaches Audiences particularly enjoy Miss Tomita's h of thi Yiddish and Hebrew songs Mist Barrett has • reut on at the home of Mr. and Mrs Nathan K. a-ch. Houseguesting is their son-in-law. Rabbi ~ '• : spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholem, .-. • er part) for thi group at Murray Frai k i Mi Daniel Fmkelstein %  '. :• BerkmAn returned from ; %  Judge's conv< •'•'ik in time to greet hibrother. Rol Berl I lr< -. her< ft n Bost foi i sun e true for Mr and Mrs Aaron I %  • bmai I Activi in the Zionist movement all i.> lives seven "thrilling" weekin Israel Mi t the Miami Bi at h Labor Zii nisi Oi gai izi ive member of Pioneer Women's Organizai from a four-week motor trip, an Fannj and Started from Washington D C earl) in July. %  > u is president of B'nai B'nih Women District 3. • i : nvention Sightseeing included visits to Mt Reno th< Badlands. San Francisco, Disneyland, New and a ; ip into Mexico via Juarez Now Fanny it returnmngton, I) C, for a week of meetings prior to another %  '• convention This one is for the International BB Youth zation at Starlight, Pa .. She's been asked to be on the staff. H • tick com visiting with their children in Kirk wood, Mo., and 1 are Mr and \lr>. Edward Elkin He's the manager ikur Cholim KOShar Convalescent Home part) last Friday night at the Roney Plaza hotel in Jun Levine and Stephen Katz. who were married on SunH( sts were Lt. Col Raymond Bishop and his wite. Lynttk room's sister The Bishops are here from Washington, with their three children. Barbara 18. James C. 15. and Cans' had a birth 8} celebration Tuesday when she reached tin Among guestl at the dinner party wen Mrs Janet • '• mi ther < f thi bridegroom June's parents are Mr. and Mrs. %  I %  vine N<". n sidents of the H. y Harbor area, the Harry Linskys, hav • med to the board of directors of the newly-named Friends Surf-Bal-Bay Library • '.tie ci Paris and Venice. Lilly and Harry Scl Iff find '' •' •• in Israel and discovering everything to is verj nter"We're sunning and bathing at the new Hotel Accat I l > write, "jut: like -Miami with a different flavor." Hewisli Floridian Florida, Friday, August 10. 1962 Sect:c:5 'More So' for a Women's Leader Lcoking over decorations at a Ladies' Day luncheon at Westbrooke Country Club are Mrs. Harry August, Mrs. John Feller, end Mrs. Sidney Aronovitz. The luncheon, c monthly get-tcge;her at the club, featured comedienne Patsy Abbctt. S:x thousand miles may be a long way as jets fly, but it's a hop. skip and jump for women's fashions as this photc taken at the Beth Zeiroth Mizrachi in Jerusalem suggests. Fashion design students at the vocational high school, a project of the Mizrachi Women's Organization of America, have reacted as enthusiastically to the "Jackie look" as their American teen-age counterparts. Some 350 girls study dietetics, fashion design and secretarial skills at the school. The predicted next development in America-Israel teen-age relationships? Obviously, the bouffant hair-do. RtlLECTED BB WOMEN'S PRESIDENT Mrs. Reich Again To Serve District ht elected president of District 5. B'nai B'rith Women, for 1962-63 at the recent four-day 22nd annual conference in Washington was Mrs Alfred Reich, of Miami, presidentelect. MrEdward Gelfer. of Silver Springs. Md. Other officers are Mrs Mevis .-.gel, of Savannah. Ga.. first vice president; Mrs. Paul Lipkin. Norfolk, Va., second vice president: Irene Gold. Washington. DC. third prei ant; and Mrs. Louis Rose.


PAGE 1

UMUMOUb! F Page G-A 9Icnrs* U "•'•' Friday, August 10 Wcrldlewish Educators Convening JTA—By Direct Teletype 3 v: ;.--,; \] scov Chief : s i i Leib Levin sent a cabled message rues da\ i i the thir I Congress cf the • m which open i.v night wil some I artU ',' %  tin rhe message. of n .i i) I i' H hich %  %  ii" HeDuring a recent Denver labor dispute, both sides appealed to businessman J. A. Sharofi to be the medictor. Sharoff agreed on condition the parties involved make a contribution to his favorite charity the tree, non-sectarian JCRS-American Medical Center at Denver of which he is the treasurer. Sharoff succeeded in settling the dispute guickly. Sharoff 'seated) receives "mediation fee" checks totaling S700 made out to the JCRS-American Medical Center from (left) Charles F. Lindsay, secretary-treasurer of Teamsters Union Local 452, and (right) Floyd Joy. president of Ace Box Co. Looking on is Donald I. Sutton, president of the Teamsters Union. Gables Man Will Run for Senate Against Smothers A Coral Gables salesman has be come a candidate for l S. Senate Samuel Blair, 45. will rim .ian independent In the November election against incumbenl Sen George c._. Smathers threatened ivith extinction and the Blair is Ihe candidate o| the Sen fate ol 2.000.000 Zionists would be ior Citizens Council •' Florida jeoi ai The Council is orgamzii The Premiei said he applied the battle for Presidesl Kennedy's term •Zionist" onl> to Israeli resimedicare program, which was defeated on Capitol Hill several v eeks ago taracters leclar hands strengthened of thos %  !l "' advancement brew language, the 5acr ed tongue in which our greal prophets envisaged tinpMtt the world, and ma> our be fruitful for Torah and world Rab b, Levin was replying to an invitation I i attend the Congress Prime Minister David BenGorion said in an address to the Congress that the Zionist Organiiaticn was no guarantee for the prevention of assimilation, and stressed that the only factors for the existence of the nation were Hebrew and the homeland, the twin foundations of the Jewish people. H these were broken, he declared the diaspora would be whose remarks were warmly : plauded by the delegates a ted that the full Jewish life i ho lived nowhere but in Israel Zalman Shanr, president of tl Union, and member of the Je ish Agency executive, delivei the opening address. Pro! uel M Mirsky, of New York veyed the greetings of Hebrais in the diaspora. Also invited to the ( were the chief rabbis of Ruman and Czechoslovakia, who did • reply I Britain Finally Boots Out U.S. Nazi Chief Rockwell Continued from Page t-A Office between police and immigration authorities, it was indicated that long and complicated legal moves would preclude the issuance of a deporation order and that, pending the issuance of such an order. Rockwell would be allowed to go wherever he pleases in England. A Home Office spokesman said "the Home Secretary is now considering reports to see if any official action is necessary" on the Rockwell ease Rockwell delivered a long tirade against Jews at Colin Jordan's rally at Gloucestershire on Sunda) Teen-agers armed with heavy sticks and air riiles guarded the estate while Rockwell shouted praises of Hitler. Jordan and many of his cohorts wore Fascist uniforms, emblazoned with the swastika, parading in jackboots and the fact that Rockwell had entered Britain in the face of the Home Office order. The Daily Express bannerline read: "Fuehrer Beats Ban." Meanwhile, a second Fascist group, the British National Party, led by Andrew Fountaine. continued iiown conference Monday, at Fountaine's estate at King Lynne, about loo miles north of London. That conference also opened Sun laj ind is being attended by about 50 British and foreign Fasi Monday, it was reported, the Fountaine group di plans mi a rally scheduled to be held at Trafalgar Square here on Sept 2. Rallies have been held recently at that Square by Jordan's group as well as by the third Fascist group in this country. Sir Oswald Said Blair: "I'm directing my campaign to the 'little man,' who is |ust as important to the destiny of this nation as the 'big' man. And I certainly believe it is about time that politicians generally wake up to the fact that 'little men' have the same voting power as the large interests. %  I n this case, the senior citizens of our state feel it was i definite mistake to vote against medicare They were for it. and our Florida legislators tailed to represent the senior citizens' interests when they helped defeat medicare" A native of New York City, Blair Came to Miami 13 years ago and icurrently a sales representative for a Hialeah label and tan manufacturing firm, lie and his wife, Stella, live at ,"iL'4 Valencia ave Coral Cables. This is Blair's secosd political try He recently ran against Rep. Ge Hue Hollahan for Florida legisan I polled 20 000 votes in the same sens Jerusalemite was a resident of Jerusalem and a Haifaite, a resi dent ol Haifa Mr Ben-Gunon, RK\T A CM from $2.50 per day AB0TT MOTORS, Inc. 145) W. FLAGLER ST. Phone FR 34765 03GUST BROS R> L /s the &&SJ a THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGFD needs for its THRIFT SHOP All your furniture, clothing, linens, dishes, drapes, etc. All proceeds go towards support of tho Homo. You may contribute. take • tax daduction or wa will pay cath tor iam Remember ...* %  ara NOT a profit-making organization Wa ara helping your community to keep Hi dignity. By helping others you are helping yourself* Manufacturer* and jobbers—remember—we cen use all your >uffcasrs 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 WATERMELON TIME IS HERE.' Enpoy Ice-Cold Slices at Our Tables ... Or Take Out! WHOLE **r*r>>^^^^^aV^^^^V %  — reminiscent of Hitlers hordes. "Josley's British Union Party. Both Scotland Yard plainelothesmen visited the site of the Fascist conference Monday to check on the activities there. Jordan, refusing to leave the grounds, told a newspaper correspondent, talking to the latter across a fence: 'Our principles and beliefs are and we unashamedly admit them, the same as pre war Germanys. We are proud that we are a racial movement." Leading newspapers here featured the reports of the Nazi conference at Gloucestershire tho.-e rallies, as well as others held elsewhere by the Jordan and Mcsley groups, resulted m riots and in many arrests mm LOCUST DUOS HY, WlbH TO PURCHASE" LAW FROM OWNERS OF PROPERTY IN ISRAEL AT HIGHEST PRICES. Cash Available Immediately. Contact DAVID DOGOLOFF Wl 74589 '5231 N.E. 10th Avenue "''' Mi-m i Beach Florid! GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS INC. 2148 N.W. 10th Ave. FR 3-7180 Have your roof repaired now; you will "• n a new r 00 f later. "Satisfa-tory Work by Experienced Men' FRfcE ISRAEL BOOK 45 PICTURES AND MAP OF ISRAEL WITH PURCHASE OF YUBAN THE SIMCHA COFFEE AT YOUR LOCAL STORE • Enclose labei from •• Yuban or snip • around from Regular "• • your name dress and send I JEWISH FIORIDIAN P.O. Box 2973 Main Post Office Miami 1, Fla. .A.^I^^ A I' I I \ < VW V VVV VW m PHOMf IN YOUR OIOMS FR 4-2710 FR 4-8783 1789 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD We Pack 'em Rite Herel lOjMi Pally ft Sue. A.M. • 10 P.M. aTa>SaSSSSSSSSSSs>l WKAT-FM FROM BRAHMS WTOK 1941 a 21 Years Of Personal Service £ 1962 {ml SAME LOCAL OWNERSHIP SAME LO U. MANAGEMENT 12th AVENUE <****% FLAGLER [ember Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation SAFETY EXPERIENCE SERVICE F. deC. OAK Chairman ol the Hoanl TLI.I.Y F. DUNLAP Prttident Heathe World's Finest Music on WKAT-FM 93.1 on your FM dial MIAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION Programming MORE LIVE ConrPrts! WKAT-FM



PAGE 1

Jay. August 10, 1962 JPM ist Meridian A Goldman, iccl Leader, |ead at Age 79 c ildman, Miami real <• %  • ite md Jewish leader, rti the age ol 70 He live! lamingo pi Miami Beach. i ame here 16 > ears a fro Louis and devoted a gre il deal j time lo Ihe Jev ish commu \i the time of his death, ho rvii his I mrth term i of the Jewish National He was a past president of the %  jreau of Jewish Education, l56-59, ar.d had served on the jdget committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation for iany years was comptroller of the llo[ u Academy, a past financial icretary of Temple BmaDu-EI, served on the Temple's school I as a member of the llihiMasonic Lodge, Miami Beach ... Lodge, and the Shrine. • ing are his wife, Frieda; : liters, MrRita Stern and j (I. ildman; and two grand ildren. all of Miami Beach Services were Sunday at RiverMemorial Chapel, Alton rd. Page 7-B Hygiene Society Has Study Class Greater Miami American Natural lh '-.i ni Society study class was to discuss Dr Herbert M. Shel ton's "Hygienic System" this 1 I urscgaj at 3 15 p.m., m the community room i Miami Beach Fed era] bldg. On Thursda) evening, Aug. 23 the Society will hear a debate on "Resolved thai Therapeutics are Necessary Aids to Nature for Recovery from Disease" in the Miami Beach Federal bldg. Israel shmid will take the affirmative, with Charles Tamarkin, president, the negative side. Southgate Hadassah group ol H dassi h will hold a luncheon ci the Terrace room of Soulhgi ti Towers on Thursday, Ayj 16, 11:30 a.m. Mrs, Charles Krupit iin charge ot reservations. LEGAL SCfiCE LEGAL NOTICE SOt GOLDMAN Rites Held For Miami Physician Richard D. 'Shapiro chief of itj nl Ihe North Miami Gen %  ital, died Aug l t; > car-old physician was • the staff at Jackson MeHi spil il He was a mem the Dade County Medical Ij .md the Radiological So i: North America ar.d Great:'i His fraternity was Phi Epsilon. Shapiro came here from New 15 yearago, and Ined with familj at 433 W 51st st., MiBeach. Surviving are his wife, Lois \v ; a -MI. San ford A., a daughter, Amj E.; a brother, Larry; and his parents, Mr and MrSolomon apiro. Si ; i ices were held Aim. 3 in Riverside Memorial Chapel. Alton Yiddish Novelist Tolush Dead Yiddish novelist, biographer, and hort story writer Nor Tolush died n July 6. He was a resident the Blackstone retirement hotel Mr Tolush, Ions a "fixture" on • Miami Beach -cent-, made lit"historj going hack to East• Europe At one time, be was friend Of the world-renowned --Km novelist and playwright, Gorky, who dubbed him the lish Gorky." lied here at the age of 75. nated another Miami 1 leu ish community personMayshle Friedberg, as his executor, leaving him a number of unpublished man pts. rolush is survived by a wife daughter Services were at Riverside Memorial Chapel. Alton with burial in Mt Sinai CemMRS ZLOTA ZEICHNER -". a • a Am; i m Brooklyn, N V Mr* /••!, Iin.-ibelonged 1,. man> Yeshivoth %  '-' "ni .1 m-gantsal Inn* She isurvived by one ion, Rev Na%  > < in i. HI (ion ..i Beth i •., > ni Congregation, Miami: and t" daugh%  Mn i Newman and Mis Ron, Hash i>l Brooklyn l:.-\ Zelchner l • %  ttlng Sim .ill ar ill, home .•i Mi Ni mn i. 16 i: %  --i I'.i -:'k Ij n MRS. JOSEPHINE GERSHEN %  ( %  • ; % %  \ r th HI died AUR 3 She %  hen yearn .,%  fi nm New Vork Surviving are hei husband, I.,%  •• % %  ., ds urhlei Shni mi. H -I-'%  mil hel ln.,1 i %  Sel en wet, \ .. *, In l:n • i ,i. Mi -. %  m i / MRS MINNIE GOLDSTEIN 1. i.l i XK lliiv." n -. %  %  • : \ I Win line hvn earn .1 ig i.. :u. %  Mrs Ma y I'lul were A i M \, I't-melel :n.I. i .In, MANUEL PAPY n • %  •N'K :ih HI % %  '• ku I li aim here Sew i was a i ei manufacture! It. w.i* a m< Worki s i tfl h lii. • %  Yetta ., HOI 1 1 Hi Hi Hi II .01 i Mr* In il\ lii I•in!" B lltld ,< slstcl s, i Vug n Itlven • %  Mi \ %  n nl MRS STELLA SHWON %  if l.'l SM I riti Vug %  '. -1 mi, tien • • i aai fr< i Bo* Sur\ King .,i • -I lauii hters, MrLillian Travels. Mr* Roue I-.-, n:i IHI Mr* Edith 1 1 non, Vlirahaii brother, nine grand children .111,1 two great-grandchildren Service* mi, Aug '• In Riverside Memorial i 'haui l. I louglas rd HANS LENKWAY • I-. ,.i Sir.ii Nu Hind *l died Auf 1 II, came here !•'• year* ago from New >,! k and was co-owner of Kuii Motor* II, ws ;, member of the American Radio Itelaj League and • wra* ., licensed radio amateur Hi w.i.i veteran of World War 11 Hurvlvlna I ,ii. ills Ife, Ruth; H daUKhti r, Karen; .i brother, Kurt, ami ,i plater Services wen Ant .", In River* -i.l. Memorial iTiauel, Nurmandj lale ISIK JOLUSH MRS. ELIZABETH SANDLER T".. ,.f lOS N Hibiscus ,lr Mil,i • il-l, riled AUK '-' She oune here l, .i i ago from Baltimore. Surviving art threi MNM, Jerome, Harold and Alvin, ,, daughter, Mrs KIHM l"hern,,fl Ihrer si-i, r-. MrI.\nn Saltaman, Mr* Pranee* l*evj and Mr* Bee Rouen and > hndhi i. Paul W Miller Service* u.: Aim in I;.\ • i-1-1. Memorial I'hapel, Alton rd HARRY RASKIN 70, .a J li I SW I nil st ril< .1 A US 2 ll, came here 22 years .i" from Ni 'i rh He wan a mi ml f I he M i .. ml Hori li ulturi s lei j and the i rganli Harden I'lub, Surviving ar< his Ife, li, i ill.i :, daughler, foul hrol hi i four *i*tei mid :i gra iiiia Si vice* \\. i • :n ltrookl> n with Rlvei Hide Mi in nil 'hunel* In %  I..,-.. MRS. JULIA LYONS SO, of i2l Harding ave died ,lul> 1 S|i. %  ., in, hel'i 1 v .o .,L:<' r in I -hii.t'i, ipin.i Surviving are a daughter, Mri'.,! i le I.i In, and ., non, l ,,,II Kei vice* wen in Phlladi Iphia illi I... .il ,,: : in-:, in, in.h) lleyi i Funeral Home Veterans Will Install Officers Installation of officers of the newly-formed Li. Col. Clarence E Good Barracks, Veterans of World War 1. will be held on Saturday, 1 30 p.m.. at 3100 N\V 17th ave. Serving in 1962 are Julius Nagy, commander; James G. Hurst, sen ior vice commander; Harry Fro eal, junior vice commander. Harry Kosenstein. quartermaster; RayI niond (Jregory, chaplain; Lester Ayars, adjutant; Leo J. Carroll., judge advocate; Myron J. Barasch, Asher Rose and Joseph R, Morris. trustees Guests who will attend the first meeting of the Barracks include llarlanil ,i Lloyd, department commander; Morns ii Klein, department chaplain; Morris Golombeck, district commander; and Mrs Stella J Good and her daughters Chairman of the afternoon is Mike Lebow. Insurance Exec Honored in Miami Miami insurance executive Leon Schwartz was this week recognized as "No. 1 man in the country" in competition with some 1.000 insurance agents. Also recognized as "leading agency in the nation" was the Leon Schwartz Agency, of 1400 Ainsley bldg., Miami. The double recognition came from the PanAmerican Life Insurance Company, reported as the largest mutual company in the south." Schait/ has been in the insurance business since he was ll years old, starting as an office hoy. He is a life member of the Million Dollar Round Table, hut frequenth breaks tins magic fig me Recently, he insured an individual for S3.ooo.ooo. -the largest life insurance policy on an> single person ever written in the state of Florida." according to Schwartz I also recentlj wrote a $2,000,000 policj on an individual." Paul Light, vice president of the I'an American Life Insurance Company, came to Miami from New Orleans to honor Schwartz at a dinner in the Fontainehleaii. Schwartz this week welcomed inquiries by Creator Miamians "for a free and complete analysis of their life insurance." He is also considered an authority on pension plans, key men insurance, and profit-sharing and estate planning, .Schwartz said he is a yreat believer in separating investment from insurance, thereby giving Ihe henrficiary the full face amount of insurance, plus the investment." RR Line Reports Traffic Increase Passenger traffic on the Seahoard Air Line Railroad in July was IS per cent greater than a year ago. and was the largest for any July in a peacetime year, James K. Getty, general passenger traffic manager of the road, said here Now more than double the level of the pre-World War II perio,!. Seaboard's passenger business has followed an upward trend during the recent years, he said, with re\ eiiues for the first -even months of 1!>62 running ahead of the same pe riod last \ear Increases of two percent in April, seven percent in May. and nine percent in June produced an over all increase of six percent for the second quarter of 1962. July ha.now become one of the largest passenger volume months of the year for Seaboard, Getty said. Factors contributing to that result are the increasing popularity of Florida as a summer vacation resort, together with heavier travel, hoth business and pleasure, to other areaserved by Hie Sea hoard A2A Seeks Information Officers of 322 A7.A are seeking information about the names of members of 322 since 1036 Gathering the information is Dale Sanders. 273(1 SW 23rd tor Miami Attorney Moves Offices Victor Levine, attorney at law. announces thi removal of his ol fices :•' Suite 815. Ingraham bldg. V : Heai 25 SE 2nd ave Miami. IN THF. i-Ol'NTY JUDGE s COURT IN AND FOR DADF COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROFIATE, No. 56623-A' IN i:r. I'-!.,!. ,.f \V I I.l if I. MINK S lUIII.I'.IV. 1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS Pel -.n11 iv linr I'l < %  : in-Sa nl KxtHti 'i %  ..• r .I II • HI .mi I'l III:mil rl ivhli-h I,IIU III.M hii %  %  Hi, %  -, i.l w II MKI.MINK > l-.ll:I.l'! N i|p, .,.. ,| In-, uf Hildi i -. -ir,l -. I' % %  Ida, •" Hii •• %  •iiit JIKICI nl I nl. i 'ount>. nmI i:l, Hi.same in duplleati ami .,proi Ided in Si elinn 7 li Il.,i Ida Statutes, In Iheli nfflei ill.. i -,.11111 v i "CIIII il,., U-. in I ladi %  %  %  'ii.t\ 1 i..i i,| i wll Inn -iv %  .J, iii'.-ii iii.,i.-. In i,ni,.1' Hi. publication I I or Mi. n mi w ill |.. barred l>at< -l .i • Mi., mi Kim a .l.-i \ ,,f Juts Ah I:"..' Ni IRM \N II nor.I ISTKIN \ A %  I n i i l-'ii %  publleai n .-I' i innotlci ill.'"-li da> nf Aiiuiim, %  I...\ \ I .even thai, llolilatein Ri K i .i Vttoi n,i !', %  %  A,In InlHl ratcii I N.K 163rd Sti el North Miami I'%  • h, Hlurida s-in i IN THF. CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 62 C 4217 I:I.I-"I I.VI ill \ s M.M 'ii II:. I'lnli HARRY IMACHKIl, NOTICE OF PUBLICAT.ON Ti in i.'i: v % %  M v 'iu:i: Iti sideiie, Yi 'I' A UK HKKKI1V X< ''I'll M:I • %  l I .1 i -, innl : in fill 1 n \ ,.: h.ihi .11 fil, .1 KI.Ki \'i 'l:\ s \l A> 11 I:I: i||l • •! %  "1. \ iiur An.-u • r %  1 1 "I.-k 1 %  urt and serve %  Hi m SAMI Kl. I'l HI .' VSTIU '. Vttori : .i ntl'l s.w • • \ %  • 11 VII I .11 ... .. I %  % %  will lie %  'litereit HJJS.tll 1 • \ 1"I-:I tinil da I 11 K \\ 1.1: VTH I KM VN rh "i 1 in 1 '..• > M;T • '. |n%  ; •: NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 62C P462 IIKRNIt'K I'I 'I I.TKR, I'l.iiiuii'l. v wii.i.iA.M iini.ri:i:. 11. i. ndn in SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tie wn.1.1 \M i'ini.ii:i: lsi w Kami 1 'i '• 1-1,.is:,in Hills F'lttKburKh, r. MUM h unla Vim. WILLIAM I'. HI.Ii:i: hereto notified Unit .. Hill "f I'omI'i.iint r," 1 >l\ .ni In,hei n filed ..^.IlllSi \,,u. ,,|l,i \,,ii .0, l,,|l|il..l t,, -. %  \, .1 ..:.\ of yum VnffWeq IMeadlnR t" ti-,, fan of I'oniplalnl on tii.I'l.ontitruttornej. i: \ YM \N ,V 1 H'HIi;. '•", Ain-i, j Hldg Miami S2, [ Florida, and file Ihe orteinal Answer ..1 I'leadini in tin offlci "t tin I'l.tk ,.f ill.. i'ii,mt I'-urt on -•! before the Hull a 1' of Septembi I. I!2 If > "ii fail o. %  !" .%  • %  ludirment b> defnilll u ill 1,. taken .mniii-i \ :. :. : t In li. t ,1. 'iinn.I.-.1 :n tin Bill n( 1 "mil, |l| Hill. Tinmitli'i -h.ill ii>. publlahed once .,. h wei nnm • livi n kIn III i: JiSWISII I'l.i Hill il v N |M>NK VNP t>RI>RRKI> nl Miami, Klinlda, tinn-'l daj "t VUKUMI, A.P 11 i: H I KATIIKIt.M \N. 1 '1. rl,. I'in-iilt I'oiirl I %  rida !;v HKI.KN KKSSI.KR, I ii init> 1 "lei K I i: VYM \N .V Mill.: V11-I. Hldg Miami :.'. Kim Ida \ • n. > < % % %  I'In 1111 ill' II NOTICE BY PUBLICATION ,N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 8509 1:11\\ \l;|i A SI'KKAISI i. Claim \ ,M \ Ri iARKT SI RR \| %  Mefendanl SUIT FOR DIVORCE l'i' M VRCAKKT SI'KR VtSI I • %  I SI %  • Itayxlde I."in: Island, N,-,\ Vork V %  %  11. Mrs Kurrago, an hreb> no%  1 Hint .1 Rill ..t 1 'omplalnl foi 1 ilvoi 1 .. li.ibeen til. .1 :.u., n-t i :in,l you are re<|iili-ed t.. -.t\. ., ,.;.\ .youi Answer • i Plead ng In the Hill of t'omplnlnl mi tinI'laintlfl .ti, .in, > ii.irri II I:I: ,\B1*R "t s, pti "' %  :. If > ,.ii fall to a.. -.-. .rnliiin. tit bj defaull "ill be taken afcalnsi ) %  ill i," tinri llel a. in.onl. a in ii,. I '.'ill|.|;i mt Tinnotice ahall be published onci .-.,. h week for foil iceki ii rill-: .n:\visn l"i,i H:I i >i \\ • \ i wi'i %  ; i • i: i e i: i %  .<< \i ami In1:111 ilu y of Aui v 1 %  r 1: I.KATHER.M VX, Clerk, I -I,' I'.'Ullll l-'l,i 1. Ll) M GAVAI. VR1S, I i '•! 1: i' 111:1. ,v 1:1 I;.;I:I: -h SI %  N THE COUNT <• .. z:. i. t CORT IN AND FOR D-OE COUNTY, FLORIDA -=;BATE NC f.f::-c %  %  1 • 1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS T \ 1 : %  % %  : I %  ..'.. ...... ... tutA hieh ,-stati I 1 MM M VRKi Ladi • In .in.I -ii. t in ame in duplicati .1|ilo\ Ided in -.. %  • ,. 6. I S in •!: %  fin :n tin < 'oun. Count) I1..I-: %  11.1.1 : %  monl timi here. %  '' • 11 1 1 '.it, ,1 .,1 Ml 'in tin%  • 11 \ : • %  %  AIM: VIIAM >! VSSKI. RICIIARI • K KINK \Vilinin I list pu %  il 1 %  •, UK H VIM %  K KINK \ • • • : %  Kstlltl I %  Ill. I 1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP FLORiDA, iN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 6199 JOAN RKIIAIMI ... : VUTIICR I' KKI VIM ilant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION I'l VRTHI K !' KKII VRIiKR "Si Irt I evard i-'.i r Rockaway, 1 :.Island v. vYork V< % %  ARK MI:I:I:I:Y PJOTIPIED thai ,i Complaint for Mlvorce has been filed ajralnsl you, and you are inuln -I t.. sei \. .1 "|.y of youi Ani.-ti,.n A NN A BRKNNKR MKYKRS, Attornej for Clalntiff, U" I.in. "In Road, Miami Heai ii. PI 11,1.1. and file the original thereof in the office of ihe Clerk "f tinCircuit i'..ntt. ,.|i ,.r l.efnr,. the ::i-t il.i) ,.f August, IMS If you fall t" il" so. Illdgl t, b) 1!. fault, "ill i., taken .1ilnsi ..••: foi the relief demanded in thi Complaint. I KINK AN|i ORI>EREI) at Miami, l>ade County, Klorlda, this 0th day "f .1111s E 1: l,i:\'l'll|. RM \N. .1. k 1 e, mt Court, 1 '.ni. County, llorlda ISI al R) K 11 I.A.NV\ V Y IH-put) Clerk 3-10;"-.'l .'HI 111 I" IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. S6536-A IN 1:1: INt.it, ..f i III:NI:H"TT \ IIII.SI:NK.VI-K NOTCE TO CREDITORS r. \:i 1 'reditors and \n l'i 1 sons II.,vClalms Hemands Ataui-t 8n -t Estate >'.,ii are hei %  > n"t Ifli a ., nd 1, .1 • %  %  ;n %  %  n' ., in claims .1' a demands which V"ti ma) have against •In estati "i iinrletta Hllsenrath %  I. • .,-.-, I Int. .' I .1,1. I 'ount) I-'I. : Ida, t" tin Count) Judges of Dade Count), an 1 fill ti. -.iin. in dupll.|i ovlded in s..t Ion %  '<'•> 16, i Stu .:, -. in tin ir offil es 11 th. ,*.>tiiit\ Cnurthoiiai In Bade County, Florida within six calendar months from tinid 1 the fl -' publii'ntion hereof, 01 the same "ill 1.. harrcd Dated at Mam,. Klnrida, tin1 da) "f July, A 11 1:1.::' MIA.MI BEACH KIRKT N\ll. RANK B) San ford I:. In ro< Trust 1 ifl,. • 1 \ I'M CUtOI I -publication -i tins notice "O Ih. :: ,1 ,la> .a Aug-Usl li 'UN II IH'lllC \ t t,.i ne) for Exi • iitm H02 Vlnsle) Bldg Miami rt: 1 p| a I1: %  11 -III-17-:'4 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 56606-A IN RE Estate ,'f HELEN W STRE\M. I 1-, ,. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Clalmi Demands tgalnsl Bald Estate Y.'ii are hereb) notified an,I r.quired i" presenl an) claims and demands which you ma) have against tin estate ..! HELEN u STRH \ M deceased late %  Dadt County, Florida, t" 1 In1 '..lint \ JlldRI S of D 'ount) mnI fill tn -am, in t In ir es in tin 1 1 .111 tin.11-, in Bade Conn 1 Kin. Ithln .-is cal.,. months fron thi date of .... the uill I., luii red AUNI: A A,In MNM.1.1: 1; KER1 '-••.. %  .. < 7*2 West Klagli -• • IR., 0 \:-:t



PAGE 1

Fnday, August 10. 19G2 ****#> FlrrM-^r Page 5-B I I 'J C ASUAL informality was the j noti "i the barbei ue parallel danci sponsored by the of Lebanon Auxiliary, al Westbrooge Country i on Saturday night, guests greeti'd ;it the door with a _• %  paper bib on which their written. > ing the fun w ^ Mrs, Rosen in a summery-look• er casual with ;i low cut idice, and ;i full skirl of blue sprinkled with white. Daniel Cravitt chose .i cotistracl prim with muted ades of red. An ab• was also worn by Mrs Zinner Her sleeveless was in a deep blue and ith a light touch of mai hite, Da< id Rifas chose ;i black •heath. Her bodice was lit!h ;, low-scooped neckline. • skirt featured a narrow -• metrical flounce from to the hemline A -ilk crepe with a clearlyliagi print in natural was the choice of Mrs. • Kmk A capelette which cap sleeves was banded a si II fabric ruffle. The look was prefored for evening bj Mrs Sam Sapiro, %  %  wore ., cafe au lait-colored lynast} brocade shirtwaist. Her color accent was a choker necklace ot coral and pearls. A N aqua-colored sheath with a small white print was worn b) Mrs Sam Scitlin. and reversing the color combination was Mr> Leo I.andis. Mrs. Nathaniel Levin selected a three-piece enmble in blues. Of moygashel linen her tailored blouse was 1 der blue, her sheath was in i leeper sky blue, and her linenmded sweater was in a light d blue. An imported sheeri shirtwaist, reembroideredf with a white floral pattern, was the choice ot Mrs. Herman Sumars Her color accent \\ .iin her orange accessories, including the chiffon scarf at he waist Roman multi-colored stripi an encircling horizontal pattern, was worn bj Mrs, Harvej Aibel, Mrs Bernard Epstein chose a sheer white organdy with lilac cut embroiderj at the scooped neckline on the full puffed Sleeves, and handed near the hemline, A sleeveless white eye lette sheath over pale yellow was worn by Mrs Sidney Aronovitz. For the square dancing, Mrs Peritz Scheinberg selected a twopeer nit' the shoulder casual cotton ol turquoise with mull •d banded trim .A lulRS. Mitchell Goldman chosi •HI oversize gingham deck in iced orange and white Her blouson bodice was high n< and sleeveless, and her sheath skirt featured two large p.deb pockets A chanel-type necklace of large orange beadsoftened the neckline Mrs. Stanlej Jam ison topped her pleated white ar nel -kin with an Egyptian print overblouse. Her unusual print was in burnt orange, mocha, and black. White waffle pique was the choice of Mrs Albert Berkeley Her fitted bodice was piped with navj blue, and her full skirt was double in effect. Slit on both sides and detailed in navy, it opened wide exposing a godet type of insert of the pique. An apricot colored cotton was worn by Mrs. Herschel Lcscbel. Her long-torsoed bodice was trimmed in white, and her skirt wa> ot narrow impressed pleats. A blue denim sundress with red appliqued flowers worn by Mrs. Jacob Colsky was typical of the many summer casuals chosen few the occasion. Emanu-EI Players Rehearse Comedy %  ii Kl Players are James, Blanche Rosenstrauch, Hein rehearsal on the Broadway lene Koretsky, Jeff Kaplan. Rose Me No flower-," a Kogan, and Mae Epstein. v "i threi acts bj Norman t Lights and sets are by Jimmy Levenson and Jimmy Rosen straueh t d 'ar isch and < arroll Moore. II I male lead is Fred %  sidenl ol Emanu Kl PlayKern,., lead is Hope i Mrs Pom< ranee. Others appearIhi cast are: •' Rokeach, Eddie Newman Rosenstrauch, Jacqueline Trixii Levin, assisted by Elaine Glickman, will direct, with musical background by Hortense Ball. Reservation chairman iMrs Alexander Kogan. REGISTRATION NOW OPEN AT OUR NEW BUILDING fhc Hebrew Academy ol Greater Miami 2400 Pine Tree Drive, Miami Beach, Florida NURSERY Morning and Afternoon Sessions KINDERGARTEN All Day ELEMENTARY DEPARTMENT (1st through 6th year) JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL DEPARTMENT (7th through 9th year) Special clots for Junior Nigh students without Hebrew background For information call the Hebrew Academy, 532-6421 Transportation facilities available throughout the Greater Miami area MRS. STEPHEN KATZ Double Ring Rites For Kaiz s Levine A double ring candlelight ceremon) united June Caroline Levine rid Stephen David K;:u Love tphere • 24 HOUR REGISTERED NURSING SERVICE • SPECIAL DIETS OBSERVED • AIL ROOMS ON GROUND FLOOR • PRIVATE BATHROOMS • AIR CONDITIONED • SWIMMING POOL • SPACIOUS GROUNDS t SCREENED PATIO Ferdinand H. Rotenthal, Director-Owner rormer Ast. Dlr. Mt. Sinai Hosp.. Cleveland A I>ir. Jewish Home for Aged, Pittsburgh 7060 S.W. 8fh ST., MIAMI, FLORIDA CA 6-1363 A



PAGE 1

Tu Page 2-A JmisffhrMtof Friday. August 10, 1332 State Dep't. Moves to Hah Latin Anti-Semitism %  i, w lso reported here thai WASHINGTON—(JTA)—The State Department has b n studying Jewish Telegraphic Agencj reports on the anti-Jewish in< lenta in ^ .... :uw Argentina, as well as inJormation supplied by American Jewish groups, sador was in addition to official reports from the United States Embassj make formal Buenos Aires, and is watching the developments there, official wurces ... t 0 the Govern indicated this week — %  %  At the same time, Edwin M Martin, Assistant Secretary of State [Or Inter-American Affairs, sai I thai the state Departmeiii was exerting its influence against Smr.h Amen can anti-Semitism, and gave I ances "that as suitable occasions arise we and our officers in Buenos Aires are prepared to dlSCUSS in formally with members of the Argentine Government the concern ot all decent men whenever minority groups are subjected to unlawful acts." He made this statement in a communication to Rep, Leonard Farbstein, New YorK nemoera t "The Department of State, with the assistance of our Embassy at Buenos Aires, has fcr a period of two years, been following closc'y the manifestations cf an:i-Semitism in Argentina," he stated. "On the basis of the information available to us, it seems that most, if not all, of the anti-Semitic activities are attributable to small, largely covert and somewhat amorphous groups which appear to be ultra-nationalist in nature and to have chosen antiSemitism as one vehicle for the expression of their personal and social dissatisfaction." Declaring thai the U S. Embassy advised the State Department that "the Argentine populace seems genuinely h n itie •' :• %  %  ,•%  i >pl tred • • %  u tivities of those resp i .waitin reveal* thai "oil >i l e Embassy w ere tpi • i n time ago 11 th< m i evidence i i ant: emi isn ina, and were iasiructe I to i so oi suitable apportunit point out to responsible Argentines In unfavorable world re; ( i in ma." Mr. Martin pointed :. he rep r : v .i!i >:• ;nlzed the anti-Se, | in H u crue I > the ...-; %  %  • • an i expressed ;o\ ernme % %  -. : :-'> with the Mi -. idded %  \ ine authortits i If was also reported here tnat the anti-Semitic outbreaks in Argentina had also beer, discussed in Washington with the Argentine Minister of Economy. Alvaro Al sogaray, during the latfers visit to me United States iJT connection with his negotiatin$ for financial aid The discussions were conducted by Teodoro Moscose, U. S. coord-nalor for the Alliance for prcjress. State Departmenl disclosures of ntacts with Argentine officials ,.i. the anti Semitic outbreaks fol lowed protests from various sources urging the l S Government to take action on the matter Con such shameful outbreaks justify prompt I S. action. For the ,,l the goals set by your Alll tm Progress, and as indn-.it America's determination thai help be for the strengthening ol democracj and not for fascist w Communist totalitarianism. I your official action informm. • countries that all V. s help to them will be suspended unless they take vigorous action to stamp out such practices I respectfully re. quest your prompt intervention '"" : '" gressman Herbert Zelesko. a New %  Beachi+e Assists Dade Delegation Ar'.h 1404 N !:•. : the DJ ition durii --. m in %  : %  S'ark re %  -1 h it Miami %  %  Dade • % %  • -' i ARTHUR STAP.X Brazil Prelates Vow Assist Continued from Page 1-A ber of the Council's secretariat, headed by Cardinal Augustine Bea, who is the principal organizer of the Council convoked by Pope John XXIII. The memoranda earlier presented to the Cardinals had requested amonjj other things, that all Catholic texts delete the traditional Catholic blame charged to Jews lor the killing ol Jesus. Don Jaime told the Jewish Federation leaders: "1 have always fought for greater understanding among all religions, races and nations. I shall deal with this question in that spirit at the Council." He pointed out that Cardinal Sentence Anti-Semitic Youths ITAi -Three : i German gro ip il inti Semites %  i "Germany's New Youth," were sentenced here to prison terms ranging from -i\ months to two in I .i hall years t n smearin < N'az slog ins n .> church wall They were arrested last %  ir i* hen p dice found :i church it Duizburg smeared with such slogans as "Heil. Hitler'" "Cheers Bea had named him to two if the tor Eichmanr ind "Jews—Out! Council's commissions ;'..r ... ,iir."...,^^... w deal with the Jewish issue. N Carmelo, assuring the Jewish Fed eration that he will give memorandum "my fullest tion." went out of his way to praise Israel "as a model of d %  ••.: i for all of mankind." Don Carm visited Israel recently. York Democrat, requested in a telegram to Presidenl Kennedy this week thai the I'nited statethreat • suspend all aid to Argen tina and • use counli les lake vigorous to i imp out" anti%  In ':.u ire. i the I'n si lent's ko sai • shockii from U I anl i outbreaks and propaganda clearly reveal a breakdown of i< ess in those counto make I erj 't high purposes ol your Alliance for Progrt -It is impera live thai those governments know that the American people abhor anti-Semitism and view with horroi an} indulgence in these Hitlerite practices. "Government failure to control B'nai B'rith, meanwhile lu j here this week that it had it-, "serious concern" over the anti Semitic outbreaks in tina and Uruguay to their emba>s\ hi ads in this c ountry, and had been d> ised that the governmei I both nations would act againsl Jtwish extremist groups for the best in... pest -? i : n -' "control .service Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky Phone Jf 1-3595 &f 45 MICHIGAN AVE., MIAMI BEACH LONO-DISTANCI MOVERS *^l • Express your feelings to your loved ones SEND FLOWERS from the BLACKSTONE FLOWER SHOPS One of the oldest t Greater ': i... J UJ f p, one Serving you 2, hour, 7 days UNiort 6-1233 listen ., MbM., WKM 1360 .. r w M every $Ufl(Jay „ %  —— ass £&?*:& 0F mkm BtACH DAILY PICK-UPS New York, New Jer ley, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Wash ington, Boston all other points DIAL JE 8 8353 M. lleberman & Sow 1204 WASHINGTON AVE., M.B. RETURN LOAD RATES yfig&Se eWiCC PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS FASHION CENTER OF THE SOUTH Largest Selection in Latest Styles for Men and Women Hit PARKING SPACl IN RIAK CONVINICNT TO BVSIS 728 LINCOLN ROAD (On Ik* M) Phone JE 8-0749 OCULISTS' PKfSCR/PT/OMS FILLED CONTACT LENSES %  Z*C A \JG\JST BROS Ry E %  fa ft i v r is the flcsr CENTER PHARMACY, INC Sol Heilpern Alan Heilpern 9727 N.E. 2nd AVENUE MIAMI SHORES Phone PL 1-2924 -INSURANCE mm ONE STOP AGENCY #lf\ JIWELRY-FUKS— MISCELLANEOUS PLOATIM yV/^ AUTOMOIILE LIABILITY A THYSICAL DAMAI ^litm r Llwihi to mttt yoai d! Tko Afoacy rot CAN toy VfSf %  Ml lot ,.. aqoot My ~lt Coot I. Dooo" ACKERMAN INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. „ SgltJVS BIKUR CHOL1M KOSHER CONVA LESCENT HOME NON PROFIT NON-SECTARIAN SUPPORTED Sv YOUR COMMUNITY Under Strict Sup*rvlHo" 3* '.%  OrthodB. v,,^ w Raob O,,,; H BvoD 1 -V-"""^ 9 F r "" 24-HOUR NURSING DOCTORS ON CALL ALL DIETS OBSERVED CONGENIAL SURROUNDING! ROOF LEAK? CALL VICTOR CONN Let us repair it or apply a new one. For free estimate phone: ACME ROOFING CO. # JE 8-7255 WE INSTALL GLASS *'Mt EVERY PI RPOSE STOtt E*tW PLATE ANO WINDOW GLASI Fr..fr. Topi, Bevjlerf Mirron onl ttillverinj Oar Specialty L. & G. CLASS AND MIRROR WORKS 134 I.W .IN, ST. morn, Orli, Ph.n, f, ,.„, C0ULT0N BROS MEMORIAL CHAPELS '*.H *...„ Rd MIAMI BEACH .250 No, m .„ dy D JElferton 11151 0 OU9 .„,d.,sw., 7 h s MIAM. H,32 „, S Bl„l, g F une „l D.redor A e.woborg • l eonard Z| | ber A'tt.,,7w.-,, Je „,h| f



PAGE 1

Friday. August 10, 1962 JfewisJ. IFk radian Page 9-A i By MAX LERNER The h.:.n .f thdilemma for the Negroes who are loading the > Movement m Georgia is Mmply put. To get widespread nonlent direct action on the part of the Negro masses you needed nething dramatic to spur them into getting arrested But if the en, is dramatic enough it ma> spur them all too much, into violent r than non violent action. is why the emergence of the Albany Movement in recent IS me of the important events of our time. What we read illj in the papers will appear in the historj hooks, and graduate nts will write learnedlj about it jus) as they now do about 5 -.ill march in India. The) will write about the men who deliberately kneel in prayer steps ot city hall in the Georgia city, in order to yet themselves | led rn masse, and about the unruly Negro croud that could no ri -train itself and threw some rocks at the police; and about the re of the Rev. Martin Luther King and the other leader-, to •, their sense ot hurt at the breaking of discipline; and about Negro lawyer caned by a sheriff, coming out ol the Albany courti ish blood streaming from ins head "— • — But mostly they will write about the agonizing problem of the N leadership in America When appeals to the courts no longer Ugh, anil you can't use revolutionary violence, what do you use tics? How do you build a mass movement among your own people, to keep them from being lured by the persuasive sim-i lies of the Black Muslims? How do you stir their faith and beit also making thenblood rage? How do you compel a to live up to itlegal code and itmoral pretensions without its fabric, as in the Congo or Algeria? .'. atever comes of the Albanj Movement, its importance ithat have the courage to risk failure as thej probe for the anlo these questions Failure or success is not the final word .. movement Walter White and Thurgood Marshall (the om • pohtu.il leader, the other a brilliant lawyer now being loutish confirmation ; %  judge), had tinidea of usinj mer • ni < %  ii order to \ ,n legal victories ibl< was thai :t worked and when the great victorj %  Ii,school iase i' proved only a dust) answer The victory r< because to win a triumph in the courts inot enough ii • win 'lie assenl oi the society to carry through the court's • iwhy Louis Lomax's "The Negro Revolt" iright in a s-1 of Ntgro youth in America Their impatience and their f'for 'direct action" tactics are signs of a new phase in the le for identity. But the question of what you do with Nrness when you are a young Negro in America has not yet swered. • I never thought I would be writing a column aiding and abetting ster, hut here I am doing it. There is a little band of Demotratic Senators, including EBtea Kefauver. Wayne Morse. Albert Gore i Mrs Maurino Neuberyer. who are braving the solid phalanx of -tration leaders. Republicans and AT&T to keep the government ii.mding over the future of satellite communications to a single Ihiir weapon is talk, their position as former anti-filibii.-tcr is vulnerable, and their chances of success are negligible. form a gallant little company, and aside from applauding •urage I have more than a suspicion that 10 years from now uwill also be praising their vision, and that certain Admin 1 :i leaderwho are HOW fighting them will kick themselves for iii-en on their side segregationists have been using the filibuster against civil islation to deprive human beings of their humanity, Their is not to force more mature consideration of tincud rights eir real purpose is to keep th people's will from ever being d on that issue The Kefauver Morsi >. re group, on the I has used the filibuster "" a spanking new issue hardl) hamper that hardly anyone has had a chanci I think about they are buying time for mor< ido more ihinkn • a filibuster was ever justified, in this limited sense of an emk ying tactic, tinone i1 v.ish thai some of the Senators 1 m the other side — llumphrej and Mansfield especiallj — leii minds on the filibuster problems and eir brovhom the> belong on thi issue ol substam finings are important That is oni ol the things we should • from the historj ol the television industrj whei i %  t and potential was narrowed to Ihi rm visioi of %  il motivi what iopening now with th< communication an era of even vaster poti not ( nlj for mass culture irticular nation, but for a global culture thai will shrink boundaries it we begin thai era bj handing its brighl vistas \i>tT or any other corporation we will be .-addled by that all the years of our lives danger is not ju.-t thai AT&T will in timi gel a monopolj • ni the big new industry perhaps one ol the biggest of the The real danger is thai we will be entering a future of incalpossibility in world communication where the -takewill be stakes of who and what will be reaching the minds of billions and we will be putting that future in the hands of men not to the people of all. we will be cuttinj from new waj • the communications future, .-till ungbmpsed today b> %  TW0f CITY GLASS CO GUARANTttD HUMORS iJORl WONTS fURNUURl TOPS ANTIQUE MIRRORS & RE SILVERING AUTO 61ASS mSTAlUB WHIlt YOU WAIT U20 Htl, Street, M.B. Closed Soturdoys Tel. JI 8-6141 I BEGoodrich EN El S00 W. FLAGLER ST. KABLAMOS ESPANOL NORTON TIRE CO. Main Store: 5300 N.W. 27th Ave. Open 24 Hours & All Day Sunday VISIT OUR NEW WEST HOLLYWOOD 5TORE AT 6017 HOLLYWOOD BLVD. SALE! NEW TREADS ONE PRICE ALL SIZES LISTED 750x14 800x14 850x14 600x13 600x15 Plus Fed to 29c to 48e and rceappable casing or add 3.00 Whitewalls Slightly Higher. • FULLY RETREADED SHOULDER TO SHOULDER • SAME TREAD DEPTH. WIDTH. DESIGN. AND GUARANTEE AS NEW B.F.G. TIRES All Tires FREE MOUNTING Genuine B.F. Goodrich "Safety-S" ECONOMY MILEAGE • Safe stopping, proven tread design • Full 7-rib tread • Full 4-ply quality construction • Finest economy-type tire • All Factory New—Not Seconds, Not Retreads, Not Discontinued Stock • 12-Month Written Nation-Wide Guarantee • Whitewalls and Other Siies Slightly Higher BRAKES RELINED 95 WHILE YOU WAIT ALL FOUR WHEELS — ^ %  ^ %  ^ American • Star Locations Only ^^ Cert Guaranteed 15.000 miles or 1 full year 8 VACATION CREDIT TERMS PAYMENTS DO NOT START TILL YOU RETURN FROM YOUR VACATION 15 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS B.F.Goodi ich 5300 N.W. 27th AVENUE Open 24 Hours & All Day Sunday MIAMI 3300 N.W. 37th Ay*. 500 Weil Flesler SI. 41*0 Wilt FUlcr SI. 6771 S W. Sib SI M0 6-9723 SOUTH MIAMI 5930 Soulh Dixie Hwy KEY WEST S40 Green St HAIIANDAIE 29 North Dixie Hwy HOMESTEAD 30100 South Federal Hwy HOLLYWOOD 103 South Federal Hwy V.I A Ml BEACH 1454 Alton Bo4 I MIAMI 131M N W 7tn Ait W HOLLYWOOD *017 Hollywood leulevard at State Rood r7 YU 7-O450 FORT IAUOERDALE 15*0 South Federal Hwy JA 51136 3705 Soulh Dale lld J833 West %  reward Bird.


xml version 1.0 encoding UTF-8
REPORT xmlns http:www.fcla.edudlsmddaitss xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.fcla.edudlsmddaitssdaitssReport.xsd
INGEST IEID EC7SY63A8_ADL1I0 INGEST_TIME 2013-05-10T21:10:29Z PACKAGE AA00010090_01749
AGREEMENT_INFO ACCOUNT UF PROJECT UFDC
FILES



PAGE 1

Toge B-B + > H Isfi fkricffor Friday. August 1C '-FOOD FAIR KOSH TAKES PRIDE IN ANNOUNCING TO OUR CUSTOMERS The Introduction of the Finest KOSHER MADE Chicken Produced "ZION KOSHER POULTRY" \ POULTRY 3 This Seal is the Mark of Quality and Kashruth You're Serving Your Family the Finest When You Serve "ZION KOSHER POULTRY" As a Special Introductory Offer, we, at Fcod Fair Kosher Markets Ask You to Try This Chicken with a Guarantee to Satisfy or Your Money Cheerfully Refunded! ZION KOSHER PULLETS or BROILERS Save 20c LB. on this Introductory Offer NOW SIX KOSHER MEAT STORES TO SE~R~v77bT7 v E N BETTER 2091 CORAL WAY I rnPAi U/AV C n DCI ILK 2091 CORAL WAY MIAMI CORAL WAY AT S.W. 87th AVE. 2662 HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD IN HOLLYWOOD 163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER NO. MIAMI BEACH 19th ST. it ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH 10th STREET a "d WASHINGTON AVENUE AT MIAMI BEACH % 



PAGE 1

[Friday, August 10. 1352 IBM >#• IFtr rH^0S=t,r Page 15-A L.EGAL NOTJCE TIOUS NOTICE UNDEO FIC N f, \c aw N ,,TI''I > HEP %  V EN that ...... i. .1 %  • | I %  nga i.. .... name of -. %  STR1'..-' ii mimbi i "•" -•reel ti 1 nty nl i Inten la t> i • •-•i-t. t (he lih the the <'lrFlorida Miami Fl %  i (hla lTih • ,; \KI-T UITIII I. KARLICK ppl Vl'.llll 1 %  • : -. %  :. < I-IO IN THE CTL'NTV JUOOCS COURT MC roR D*OZ COUNTY. FLCPV I** D 09ATE No 56513 3 : w i :; \ I %  %  CE TO CREDITORS rs and AM Per* 'iiI lav I'. in • ii Uzalnsl Said i and rei sent an; lapns md de -. .II 'ii ihave agaInsl MAl'H A IINSTEIN f Dnde C I ,lnd %  i ..HI %  : %  it, and i >• • n 733 14 i %  •., %  • %  • %  i r ii n here. • Ii •• ..i %  Ii I • 1-10-17 NOTICE UNO= R FIC OLS NAVE LAW II Kit KIM IV EN II 11 %  %  • %  VIKXT Xfl I it I \ venw I Inti 11• l ti • ... %  %  \ RRKR IS TKII R P' iTTER IKRS KqulpI I|I %  ,.,..' •. Road Si %  i i>r l %  > r-10 n :; IN THE C PCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVEN*JUD'C AL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C '652 USP.t'RGH r iSAVINi SK I.EI "WELL and Is wlfi and '•i.N I SHIRLEY \S >N CE OF SUIT IMI.H [.KDWELL, i! I.KI'U • %  North •' irotlna i i that th.' %  i been In'i TI the Circuit Klevi nth Judicial i "lr%  i MI. I fur I de i %  • %  • upon the rl pea propert) %  -' I'IXE rREE M \\. >N THREE, acconlini %  irded In Plat I i the public •'• County, Florida, i rlgldalre Refi I %  :• Igldalre Washer, ; %  .,., H ••'i tu file your an• mmiilalni with the • esald Court, and thereof upon plaintiff* 8TIN KIM-:. | Ah I "Ida Miami, F \ III Isl I 1962 or ., %  • so ill be enter! LEGAL NOTICE BY HENRY LEONARD A-d Sam, to help me" forget my small troubles God, in His infinite wisdom, gave ne a major affliction." Cf. Mil. 0o>*u ?r3iui:V at 1928 LeJeune I'.il Coral Gables, I'la.. Intends t.. register s.n.i name nli the Clerk ,.f the Circuit Courl of l >ade Count} Fl. PARIS c >l-I'll '.\l. i'i i INC. Wi II.F \ LK.MLICH .\ 11. ,i ii,> >. i,,,. pai is i iptlcal I %  • in, 1 L'7. 8 :'.-l"-l7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY tilVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in liua m ss under the fictitious nai 1 KAUFFMAN CIGARETTE SERVICE at 21 Northeast nth Street, Miami, Florida intends tu reglstei .-.ml name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court • %  ( 1 'adi %  %  11111 x. Floi Ida MEIER Hi •! .1. \ N I -1-:I: K WFFMAN \\ altet.-. Moot. ,v t 'ostanio B> Edward N Moore Utornej s for Melei l rnllander Kauffman 7/27, 8 : ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! fJenisti florid/fan solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial I It 3-4605 for messenger service NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERERT GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring In engage In business under the fictitious nai TOWN HAM. TONIGHT at 2iniii N K 2th Avenue, Ml iml %  ;:. Plot Ida Intends t,. register said name with the 'lerk %  ( the i "ii .nil "nurl ,.• i Ml. County, Floi Ida ARN( 'I.I' RISEN 2iniO N R 2Bth Ave Miami 62, Pla T L'T. H 3-10-17 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION __ IN THE C.RCUIT COURT OF THE I ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNT Xo K^ 0 "^ \ THS COUNTY JUDGES COURT I'll'Toll VITtlVK I.N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. Plulnilff FLORIDA IN PROBATE NO. 56427-C NOT CE UNDER !TiTIOUS NAMB LAW No | • • %  %  • '' ALEXANUER A LBERT %  .. ls ,. ( | %  %  it. l All Persons 11 iv' Maims ••: Liemaiius uiiu-i : I : %  \ • V ..i. HI each %  '< you ire hereby ml reiiulred I nl mi> ,., -,,,,. H ... %  ,;.'.",' 1 • Par'i I'-'" %  >"" •< % %  <> have against the ..,, .,. .. ,,.,.,, .... .. .„.J THEOI .SON fALKXAN.OERALBERT.de?' ^tSing\ u "h.^Allj^ of ComplaltU \ SNA K VITi INK I'.. I,, SUIT FOR DIVORCE TI ANNA K VITONE i o \ W I ', tiiii. at y i '' i...\ rIlnldw In, I. .You are herel>.> t, tlfled thai a fill ""'n r..r A,.I •.; -i %  "•..!. %  .•..u..i>. Ki,.,„ia. .:' ,„ ; f ,."\; .',; M v N : -• 1-10-17 '" '" Honorabl, County Judges of M lVw "i Box "t \'h Ml HI I file the name In ',.,', .', ,j, ,-, h • '" Itheir offices ii, the County Courthouse ?,Xi..aV An-wir r %  •' n .IN THE C'RCUtT COURT oTHE i" "ade County. Florida. itliin six ,,,^... ',.,• „„. ,.,..', k '\\, • u,',""','-',";, ,'•„' %  .ELEVENTH JUO.CIAL CIRCUIT OF ileiidar months rrom the date ol the „',... ,,',.,,'.',. ,', k : ,' '"" "' FLORIDA. IN ANO FO=> :oi ere.il Said I.iim, ,,„ %  ,., If V ou faR V. do iudi COUNTV N CHANCERY NO S2C-7333 I' VRMEL iRLANlMI, PI • -\ %  '' 1SEPHIXE iRLANtu I I % %  •• NOTICE TO DEFEND • Ji 1SEPHIXE >R .ANI Mrs Sai I'aolo N 12" Pile • Sicl i n .will be bai red Date J ll> IX. A.D. 1962 %  HENRY A K \MI' As l:\. %  n i il the i Estate "f ALEXANDER VLIIER r. I ',..•.. i-,. I %  ibllcitlon .HI July SAth, l ; s HENRY A KAMI' \ %  i. %  ,: I. i u : ::i Washington At ••!! I • 10 y, .1 x: • % %  • i Miami Reach, Florid i Rill Attorney for Estate ol VLEXANDER A LBERT it. hereb> i I -0-27, N >•• •:! %  • IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT VVALTERMAN iSHTOI l\ •" IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. Ml inn. it i FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, Vnswei No. 56571 -C •f tli, Clei IN RE Estate of ir bel if AJI \i N S rEINBERO, n default I •.-, -i NOTICE TO CREDITORS All Creditors ind All Persona llav11 \ au %  : •.. i: : :.;-. y 'HI KM I N le VNWAI e 7.27 Complaint This notice shall lpubliahed onci eai I, wi • :, foi foul consei itlvi weeks in THE JEWISH II.' iRIDIAN. I" INE IND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, iliii 19th da> "i Jtils \ 11 i •.„•_' iit i !•• \Tin.-i:\i w ,-i. 1Circuit Court, Dade County, Flurlda (aeal) By: K. M I.YMAN. Deputy Clerk 27, > 1-10.17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni •I'l'i: IS HEREBY ';i\ EX that the undersigned, desiring %  t-ngagi in business under the fictitious nnmi of GENERAL Bl'ILDERS at :•" E loth Avenue, Hialeah, Fli i % %  register said nami v Itti the I'lei ;< ..f ill, i 'irculi i "ourt id i %  %  'ountv. Florida WILLIAM Hi'' iHEN !(• IN M.I \' IER i\ iiI.. i\ mi., II ind Ronald Ager %  1 \ HERMAN • • K \l I. \ \| \ \ ,,. : • Clerk *" •• Federal Bldg I Myers. H 7 _"-27 \ J-10 ; Alt \ i ._ II" lims ir Demands Against Said MARW1N S. CASSEL Esl iti You in %  • not II • %  '! and reiiuli %  ••! %  • %  ft • %  -•in • 11 > c alms and demands which ^ "ii ma) have against th : tte Sin 'ii Steinbei •deite of I lade 'ountj Florida, %  the Count) Judges ,'f Dadc County, i file the same In duplicate and as provided In Section 733.16, M la li th,I'IHIIINOTiCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN %  .• statutes, in their ofrii thi uii'i •--• i i drlng to • Courthouse In Dade County, Flor is rt.i ida, within -i\ calendar months from SCXHAVRN API'S md Sl'NHAl ENthe time ' daj of July, A i %  ATHERMAN. Clerk. ,, 1 'County, Kl.anla 1 > HI l.l N KI SSLER" • %  Clerk l, L 'V KKSSLER '%  IMalntlff 7, 1-10-11 NOTICE SY PCBL'C*' JN IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF T"6 ELEVENTH J'JOI:IA;;:.•2FLORLDA IN AND FOR OAO£ COUNTY INCHANCERV. No 62C '6>1 MICHAELE \ \ JAMES \\ %  :: I ": N10 %  :<, liet'.-ti • SUIT FOR D'VOFtCE '!'• I A V : %  '> v I kRRINOTON I t ha t a Bi II of Complali %  %  1' '. riled agalnsl vot3 1 ,;>'. %  V %  wet H t 'le i 1,114 t • • plaint % % %  'h.iilalntlff > Attorne SHEVIN, UtKIDMAN S H iLTZM VN 146 Se) b il i n dg Mian lorld an,1 rili final AnsM er or Pie idIni in the ifflce if the before tl da) .: Au| do -.., ludgmenl b) lefaull n 111 h • taken %  tl 1 i( le1 This notice sha each ^* %  in THE JEV [MINE AND ORDERED tl lay ol I E. B > IERMAN 1' i I HELEN KESHLER Bhevin in By: A ;. IT, ri/j-io-17 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 56391 IN RE Estate il ISIDORE ill) INOVITZ. iseil NOTICE TO CREDITORS \ 're III irs ind All Persona Having Claims %  ?• Demands Agalnsl Said > 1 ire !" reby notified and relulred to present an) claims ami denands which you may have against •at.of ISIDORE AROXOVITZ leceased late if Dade County, RorId 1, '•• the Count) Judges of 1 de County, ind file the same in duplicate md 11 n n Idi 'l in >., ti..tt 7:t:; 16, Florida Statutes, in their offices in • Co ntj Court linns.' in 1 lade 'oun • • y Florid 1. ilhin Six ,' a I < %  11 il a r mouths from tlm time of the tii*i iml,i' itiiii hereof, >ir the same will be b in %  1 Hated it Miami. Florida, this 5th I ,v ,f July, AH 1962. PAULINE ARoNOVITZ As Vdmlnistratrix C.T A BTRl 'N l. SPARBER v nej for Administratrix C T A Rd Miami Beach, Pla. ^^^^^^ 7 -'7. 3 3-1 0-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tins; to ''int ler the fictitious in if tllAu VLi.STA I'ES VAN LINES at JH N. W Miami Intends • %  ii, I n line with the i 'lerk the ill Courl if D idi I "ountj. i .II EAS !RN V \N LINES, INC Kl IVNBR s M WNHKIMKlt I ; • \' in !inea, Inc. 7-7 I D. hen l-ll NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, dealt ng to engagi in business under the fictitious name of UNIVERSAL TRADING AND DISTRIBUTi iRS at •;>; and .> N \v 3rd Street, Miami. Florida Intend %  -t. i-.,i,i name with thi Clerk %  •! thi Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida B IRNETT PHILLIPS II Rl 'l.l' Ol 'l.I'MAN Attorne) for Applii .'it! 20 S.E 1st Ave Miami. Florida 7 20-27, 3-lu NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engagi business under thi fictitious nami of VLB \ REST VURAXT S S VNDWH'H silt. !• .it 3623 N w 4th Street Hialeah. Florlila Intends i" reglsti name with the Clerk of the Circuit Courl "f 1 lade > 'ounl y, F|i %  JOSEPH FELLMAX ARtlNOVITZ, SILVER A SCHER Atturne)s for iner ii '7 Alnsle) Building Miami 32, Florida S l-in-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEKEIO GIVEN thai ih.. undersigned, deslrlns to engagi in business under Ihi rictltlous na •• of MIAMI AOENCY I N s I" I; V N i' E GROUP at 287 Seybold Bulldinjr, Miami, him i,la intends to red* •. ..,..,1 name with the I'lHik of the t'lrcult t'ourl ,f Dade County'. Florida. JtiHN siiii i'.iiwnv. Sole i iwner AINSLEE It PERIME Attorne) for .lnhn Schuronrlti 1781 w.-st Flagler Street Miami :l".. Floi Ida H 3-10-17-34 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to ens business under the rictltlous nami of HOLIDAY ON WHEELS VACATION PACKAGE PLAN at -:;n S'.W 33 Per., Miami. Florida Intends t" regIstei the s.,,,1 name iih the t'lerk ,,f the Circuit Courl m Dadi County, Floi i la I'M iRIDA PUBLICITY Ci nwn,, INC w i 'l.l" A LEMLI) II. AM i. •MI S >ybnld Bldg Miami 1-10-17-24 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN IHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF" FLORDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHe.NCERY. No. 62 C 7694 I'll \ NOES N \\,-S' SELTZER, I 'la i \ s M IKTIX SELTZER, Defei SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tl %  MARTIN SELTZER • ". mi Part Br, II >kl) n. New York I tzer, are hereby no%  d thai BUI %  %  iilainl I ':\ %  %  h'ls been riled • HI, I \ .a, ., • required to %  %  .. el '•! I'll Bill %  %  %  %  id, Ini %  ; thi Plaint I:.I > man & Iml I i. Mian Kim Ids am I nai Ans th. nffici f thi • %  ; • %  -i : %  • • %  da In do so, will li, taken against ihi reli.-l I inI i .,n, .> .' %  i. • • %  .• %  Areeka III THE JEWISH \X I il INK VXD 'ItI lEREI at Miami, I ol %  this .'"III llll "I .! 1 1 > A.I I, • %  i: It I.KATHERMAX I Clr.uli '', %  .: Florida I sea 11 II) HELEN K KSSLER, 1 '. : It) 'l-t k l< \^ M i\ ,v i niii,; %  Mia 1-10-17-24 NOTICE BY PUBLICATON IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 8113 Vann S t'H \KI.KS VI li.PE, I '...it,lift', \.. IRENE R VI 'I.IK. I 'et'.n.l int SUIT FOR DIVORCE T< %  IRENE M VI 'I. IK •i"l Ind. ; I, ti, • Building i 'I,, rlotti North Cat olina You. IREXE B VOLPE, an hereby •i. .i that ., Hill of i '..mi, ., nl for Dlvorci has been filed against you, an,I you are required to %  t\' H tnswi • lldinil In th" hill • %  i '"mil nt on thi plaint \ %  ii i Vlctoi Levl %  sl."i Ingi ding 32. Fl file thi mil Ansxo-r or Pleading In the • %  • the I'II rk nl the circuit rl on m • • • i da) of ii ml>i i. it"':' It' v .MI f., il t.. ih, so, ludgnii nl h) default u III bi taki n against v,.,i t• th. reliel demanded in Ih, Bill id %  %  inplainl This n ti shall be published once iveek for f'-nt ,"ii-., it \. weeksi in THE JEWISH Fl. (RIDI '. \ l'".NI-: AND ORDERED al Mian.', Horlda th '-"tli da) of July, A D. E K l.K VTHERMAN. Clerk, i 'In-uil Court, l '.nl' 'ounl Klorlda ISI all I HE1.KN KKSSLER, I leput v • 'lerk VICTtiR I.EVINE *il."i Iny : ahaa; Building 1 • v t"l I'I., H -17-21 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDIOAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DACfE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 76S2 THE \\ ILLIAMSBI'RGH S WIN. !S BANK, PI ntlff, \ STEPHEN HAROLD MILLHEISER ...i I .11' \ MILLHEISER his 'i I ', t. ii. I.nit NOTICE OF JUIT T STEPHEN HA Rl 'l.l %  VIM !,II EISER and A1DA MILLHEISER, Inn % %  4r:'. IMh Avenui Brooklyn, N Y You .n • hen b) IL t lfi>-d thai the a In i • .ii'ti'.i!. .i action has been Instil ited agalnsl > mi in the Circuit • ..it • %  ihi Eli lentl J 'ii, lal Circuit uf Fl, rida it, .it.fi,i I '.,.!• i 'cniit) ti %  mnrtgagi upon the fidiou ini.' ill -, Ibed n al i opei t> : Lot 14, BliK-k 71 NoRWtMiD FIFTH VDDITH iX si:.'TH iN i INK, at • ordlng t. ihi Plal tin r 'of, i. oot d• il in Plat Biaik • '• al Pi gi I6S "f • %  Puhlii I: iof 11, !•• i iniiitv, %  %  %  Ida togi thi i w ill) Venetian Blinds v, it ,ii • i. .|iiii. ,i t, fiiyour anwei t,. plaintiff mplalnt with the i 'lei k ••! thi at..i. said Court, and servi a cop) thereof upon plaintiff's attorne) MART1X KINK, nth Floor, : %  !-• di ral Bldg Miami, Floi i li"t lal. i than August 2". 1962 Or a i'..... p.. Confess, will i" entered against you I ial. il Jul) 16, E, B LEATHERMAN %  "h i k "I the 'In aii '' t i-.ah By: K M LYM \N l '• put) "lerk MARTIN FINE \t:• %  • m v i"i Plalntifl i iih Moor l '"I' Fi di ral Bldg. Miami 32, Fl la 7 "" 27, s.'3-NJ *!2*mmm*mm2L ^30UST BROS Ry r >S thv BEST



PAGE 1

r. August 10, 1962 GEMS OF WISDOM knutrkrldfon Page 13-A yotlf father's understanding i, be considerate. — BF.N SIRA. 1 • • • is an honor /or children and y be with one another. I Mini's RABBA • • • i, who brines up. not he who : ,:.• I] :he father IBID • • • • best hi., worst < %  Ml! i • • %  :.i the enticement! wtft became at the %  temptation lie sai—Dr Julius president of the Syna^oyue i of America, said this week | Y in Ins return from Israel that • Hated there to send the !. Sea Scrolls to New York for hibition at the 1964 Worlds Fair. siiUKested that the Scrolls be i [Used in the planned Pavilion of [ Svnagonue Council. The nelations with leaders in the goviment, he reported, were "most uraging." although he did not Keive any definite commitment. in Dad Sea Scrolls are currenthou>ed in the Hebrew Universal Jerusalem. • • • SUNDAY LAW RELAXATION HAKRISBL'RG, Pa. — (JTA) — A h %  -t that the Pennsylvania State tmocratic Party's platform this \.IT include a pledge favoring an pi'ndment to the Sunday blue jus. permitting Sabbatarians to pi 1 their businesses open on Sunlys, was made here this week by lies Cohen, executive director of Jewish Community Relations bunul of Greater Philadelphia. [Addressing the Democratic Parit. platform committee. Mr. bhi n declared: "The religious fc iKin suffers when he must prain from trade or business at M two days a week. Without the t' | • il amendment, the law in |ln: iK'nalizes the Sabbatarian r adhering to his religious beam! poses him with the alrnativc of violating his religious I ence Of suffering a serious lonomic handicap which in many I is insurmountable." • DESECRATE SYNAGOGUE 3"M.\\\KSBCR(;-tJTA>—Police Ithorities assured the Jewish pmunity this week they are to apprehend persons who Mecrated a synagogue here. I Worshippers who came to the pagogue found the Ark damaged p'l various religious appurten Ices violated. The hooligans had Iparently gained entrance by for P i window. • • BERLIN JEWS ENROLL BERLIN—(JTA) — Some 1.500 rsons enrolled this summer in first adult education courses in wish subjects arranged in Ber'ice the rise of the Nazi re"' %  't was reported here this cek I The participants, who included r''•'•'' nun Jews, attended leeon Jewish history, art. .cul1 f nd Hebrew language, The i I term will feature courses religion and Israeli folk I I Iu courses are intended %  und< rstanding and enMenment in Jewish affairWe Must Guard the Spirit Of Those Who Succumbed By RABBI EUGENE LABOVITZ Temple Ner Tamid Tisha B'Av. which we observe today, commemorates the destruction of the Temple, and the inevitable beginning of 2.000 years "i exile. On this solemn day. we recall not omy a period of antiquity, but it brings to mind more recent events. There are several million of our co religionists who. but for the fact that their lives were suddenly snuffed out two decades ago in an orgy of destruction unparalled in the annals of man, might have been here today The Roman hordes, the massacre of the Crusaders, and the torments of the Spanish Inquisition were tame affairs compared to the systematically organized exterminations arranged for European Jewry during the last three \i arof World War II The wild Tartars at their most savage stage were not as brutal as the official representatives of the Kulturvolk in their behavior toward a peaceful, defenseless minority, whose only crime was that they wanted to live and breathe like all of God's creatures. Unfortunately, there is nothing that can be done physically to bririL; these martyrs back to life again. There is. however, one thing that does lie in our power to do. and that is to save the spiritual heritage left by our brethren from oblivion; to preserve and protect against the corrosive effects of time their priceless contribution to civilization and culture, to human thought and living; to keep intact the memory of their works, by studying their writings and giving continuity to the institutions they established. If we fail, we are even guiltier than the murderers, for while they succeeded only in destroying their bodies, we would, by allowing the forces of decadence to take their natural course, having given the coup de grace to the annihilation of their souls. The voices of European Jewry are calling us from their graves. "We have died once in the flesh. Let us not die a second time in the spirit." s e r v i c e s J Ixia \JU e e k e n d Information to be included in the Religious Services column -mtst be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridion not later than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All releases received after that time will be retained as prooT of their lateness. r ,.i.'!i*i i. %  SAYINGS OF FATHERS AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave. Orthodox. RabDi Isaac Ewer. h. Idu> •' %  ',". |. m Snturda> v • S< rm< %  %  • .• m •! • hi Israel t. h thel -•-.:. Existence?" lar Mltzvah Clifford, non •: Mi and Charter VI %  3 ...1 M. I IV ... See*, reatnesa for tnysetj, xnd Mm 1 i ..nh K-;. i von ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave. Conservative. R. Yuskc, president. — • — BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave Con. •ervative. RabDi Norman N. ShapiroCantor William W. Lipson. • |>.n Saturday 9 a.m. — • — BETH EL. 500 bw irtn ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. BETH EMETH. Conservative. 1225C NW 2nd ave. RABBI IUCINI LABOVIll let us remember and court in t honour, let they deed) exceed thy learning; ami crave not after tin TabU of \ings. for thy table u E"ai faithful to pay thee the reward of th\ wor\. Chapter I • 13 laid Fix a period foi itudy of the Torah; .ne, b.. be Hi was I to mak.t Israel U'orthy, u'l %  • n't them a copious Ti ..I] and ma>;\ commai ments; .-• il is said I: pleased "it Lord, for his nghteousness ta\i :, %  magnify tht Torah and ma^c it honourable. Chaptei II 1 Re/leci upon three things, and thou uili not come u-irhm the pou>"uJSl / tins Know what is above thee u seeing Eye, and a hearing : ear and all thy deeds unttcn m a : Boot • R. Elieser said, Let the honour 3 CORAL WAY JVW-.IH CENTER. \\ [ *> ff^-man be as dear to;; Conservative. 8755 SW 16th St.. MiI thee OS mint i>un. be not easu> Cantor I move J I(1 onKf r and repent one da-. I \ before thy death. I .arrii*iMniim:aMiMi BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman. -• — BETH JACOB 301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamchea. : in, Sattirdi Sen n VVi \ • Comfortably Re. • ... i— • BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th ave. Mod er n Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein. K: Ida} %  %  i ;> in Salurdaj v >. : tin TI : I'.. I 'omforteil." — • — BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave. Orthodox. Julius Sapero. president. — • — BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky. ave. Conservative Rabbi Max Lip %  Chit*. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. Prida} > ii.in Saturday v r a.m. — • — CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Waahington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Strasafeld. By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX \mmm< Why is it that ther are two major systems of pronouncing Hebrew which are different from each other —i.e. the Ashkenaxic and the Sephardie? Many authorities of late claim that the difference between the two lies in their different geographic places of origin. The socalled Ashkenazic pronunciation is said to have stemmed from Palestine, being the pronunciation which wain vogue when the Masorites estabished the pronunciation formula. From there it was carried over to Germany and Eastern Europe. They claim that the so-called Sephardie pronunciation was originated in Babylon, although it has been demonstrated that this was the pronunciation in Palestine during the second commonwealth, by virtue of transliterations found in such works as the Scptuaginta. From Babylon it was carried over into Spain. &f Why it it that Sephardie prounoeiation came to prevail in modern Israel? In the fifteenth century and the sixteenth Spanish Jews migrated to Palestine in great numbers due to the Inquisition and the consequent exile of the Jews from Spain. They were then supreme in the land both because of their overwhelming numbers which made them the majority, and because of their worldly experience, knowledge, and in some cases, wealth. Even as late as the nine teenth century, the Spanish Jews, or their descendants, were still in the majority. Furthermore, the Spanish Jews %  ,i a certain political status ,,. of the Ottoman rule Hence, the Turkish governmi religious lead.. I.I.I '..:••;. I : II ThiJ page is prepared in co| operation u'lth the Spiritual Lead| ers of the Greater Miami Rabbin1 cal Assn. RABBI MAX A. LIPSCHITI Coordinator Contributor: RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFP Gem* of Wisdom ami. Rabbi Samuel April. Gcrshon Levin. OAOE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd at. Con. acrvative. Rabbi Harold Riehter. Cantor Emanuel Mandal. Friday v -'"' l %  %  Saturday S:30 a.m. — • — FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51at pi. Conservative. Hyman Coverman, president. Cantor Georua Goldberg. Friday 6:30 p.m. Saturday 8:30 .• m I — e — FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL. 1801 E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton. — e — HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th at. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross. — e — HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CONGREGATION. 555 W. 49th it.. Hialeah. Reform. Rabbi Minus Ranson. — e — HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson at. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. lershlp in the hands of the Spanish rabbis. For this reason their culjture, and especially their method of pronunciation took over unto 'this very day. Thus, the later European immigrants were absorbed in this culture. It could very well be that the early Zionists, seeking to differentiate themselves from the Galut (Diaspora) found a | liking to the Sephardie pronunciation, since it distinguished them 'from the Ashkenazic pronunciation i of Hebrew employed by Jews in the Diaspora. It is furthermore possible that a desire was manifested on the part of the settlers to bring things back to the days of the second Commonwealth, so as to continue the feeling of a Jewish State. Since it was the Sephardie type of pronunciation that was employed in the second commonwealth, this is the type that may have been thus preferred by early Palestinian Jews. • One father can support ten children; ten children can not lupport i ..< father. VIDDISH PRO\ I KH. • What! i er IS creal ami good in ilie mJtitlitu ns and tuagi i : manI I .: I thl Illy. I MLtR Elijah Palnk-k will nmk on "Whiit tk-apegoat '!<-• >>>u 1st-?" Saturday 10:43 ..in — • — TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 1MQ0 NW 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabb. Henry B. Wernick. i da) 8:30 p.m. Quest RabM Emeritus Sheldon Edwarde' sermon: "In the Name <'f God." Con8Teetlon will dedicate %  < clasaroom In memory of thi late Michael Zitrln. Oneg ShabI bat host: Sisterhood. — • — JTEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washington ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler — • — rEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th at. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornatein. — m — TEMPLE JUDE. 320 Palermo ave. Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet. ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th I — alter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton | TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th at. Malavsfcy. Cantor Louia Cohen. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram| Frldaj 6:30 p.m. Saturda) • 31 a.m i owita. Cantor Edward Klein. KNESETH ,SRAVL."7I415 Euclid .•. \ !" ££ sBH.H^aSS TertU sssnjtth&r" Lehr,,e,d! v.^.R^?;f-. M L. 0 '.v,u. —•.— MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern Traditional. Daniel M. Lowy. i i. .,\ s is p.m Sermon: "In Pursuit if Happlm -> H o E r h T^t V5 N -^% ndy ma d n r i T RE Co H nse^^: tS^JSBA Orthodox Rabbi Phmea. Weberman.' Zv ltrnan cantor Albert Glantz. SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 6| T EMPLE TIFERETH~J A C O B 951 Collins ave. Cantor S. Nachmias. SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th | St. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. • — TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN 1025 I NE 183rd St.. Mjami Gardena rd. • Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. iini.i> B:S0 p inSsmon: "Triumph m Defeat." Saturday 9 a.m. Bermi n "Weeklj Portion." TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr, So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. CantoCharles Kodner. Frtda) 8:30 p.m. Wilfred Row "ill lead tin services, Quest speaker, Harry Ross, principal • %  th. school — • — TEMPLE BETH EL OF WOOD. 1S51 S. 14 ave. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. religious HOLLYReform Flamingo Way. Conaervative. Rabbi Leo Heim. — • — TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave. Conservative. Seymour Hinkea, can* tor. — • — TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th at. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. — • — YEHUDAH MOSHE. 1S630 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu. FYlday 8:13 p.m. Joseph Ttos. nfeld, Immediate past president of th*congregation, m lead thi prayers, iiu,st speaker, Richard Qersteln. Saturda) :• a.m. — • — YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 at. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. i.ii:"i::i:ui n ntflmmn TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland I Hall, 11539 So. Dixie hwy. ReconI atructionist. R a r i t Morris Skcp Cantor Herman Gottlieb. -e — TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe at. Conservative. Rabbi Samuel Mendelovvitz. — e — TEMPLE BETH SKO'.OM. 4144 C*as ave. Liberal %  Leon Kronish Cantsr David Conviser. m CANDUUGHTIHG Tim 10 Ab — 6:46 p.m.



PAGE 1

'cJewish. IFlorMlian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Volume 35 — Number 32 Miami, Florida. Friday. August 10. 1962 Two Sections Price 20/ COMMUNITY COUNCIL MAKES REQUEST Canadians Urge Police ^wish Leaders DlSCUSSing To Probe Past of Top Fascist Activties in Britain Slovakian Collaborator %  I> UNIfORM PRODUCTION Israel OK's German Sale JERl SALEM—(JTA)— Minister of Commerce and Industry Pinhas Sapir told the Knesset here this week thai he would not order an | Israeli tirm making uniforms for West German soldiers to cancel itcontract. He made the statement in replying, on behalf of the Government, to questions concerning this issue. The clothing is being manufactured in this country by At*, an Israeli textile firm. Mr Sapir declared that he did not think that "the supply of uniContinued en Page S-A TORONTO —(JTA) —The Royal ] Canadian Mounted Police has been requested by the Canadian Jewish ] Congress to investigate into the Nazi past of Dr. Joseph M. Kirsch' baum, secretary-general of Slova kian fascist Hlinka Party, which collaborated with Hitler, it was revealed here this week. The request was made by Sidney It. Harris, national chairman of the Joint Community Relations Committee of the Canadian Jewish Congress and B'nai B'rith Reports about the wartime activities of Dr. Kirschbaum, who is now e.Iitor of a weekly newspaper published in Canada, called "Kanadsky Slovak," have been accumulated here I by the Toronto office of the Congress, according to Don Kayfetz. secretary of the CJC here. The reports include a lengthy document here from Prague by the Council of Jewish Communities of Bohemia and Moravia, the central organization of Jewish communities in Czechoslovakia. The Prague Council has charged Continued on Pane 7-A LONDON—(JTA)—Amid growing anxiety throughout Great Britain over the wave of provocative antiSemitic meetings held recently by various Fascist groups, a delegation of the Board of Deputies of British Jews, headed by its president. Sir Barnett Janner and including Chief Rabbi Israel Brodie, met this week with Home Secretary Henry Brooke to discuss "the meetings and activities of neo-Fascist groups in this country and the working of the Public Order Act." The members of the delegation expressed their anxiety about the disorders which occurred at reI cent meetings of Fascist groups and urged that steps be taken either under the present law, t* by .means of amending legislation, to prohibit the holding in the future of meetings of a racist, provocativ1 character. The Home Secretary thanked the deputa lion for putting their case before him and agreed to consider what they had said One of the most serious of the disturbances last week resulted from a brief attempt by Sir Oswald Mosley, leader of the British Union Fascist movement, to stage a rally in the East London bcrough of Hackney, an re with a heavy Jewish population. Mosley himself was injured in the ensuing riot, and some 50 persons were arrested after the meeting was broken up six minutes after it started when f'.-jhting broke out between an estimated 1,000 persons, both anti-PasContinued en Page l-A GfORGE IfNCAIN ROCKWELL FINALLY GIVEN BOOT TUESDAY U Thant is Kept Informed On Anti-Semitic Outbreaks ST ATI DIPARIMINT JMOVfS PAGi 2-4 '• '•- UNITED NATIONS—(JTAi—Acting Secretary-General U Thant is in touch with a number of world organizations, as well as various b'ernments, in regard to racial manifestations like the recent outbreaks of anti-Semitic incidents in Argentina and Uruguay, lie stated here this week. He made thai assertion in reply to a question during a general news conference, when he was asked about a note he had sen! to member governments two months ago, calling their attention to the i.ut thai the nexl General sssem i i> ipled jed to debate a resolu tion concerned with "manifestations of racial and national and religious intolerance." "I have received communications on this subject from a number of states," he said. However, he said he did not "remember whether these countries (Argentine and Uruguay) responded Co tinned on Piqe 11-A I Brazil Prelates Vow Ecumenical Council Assist JTA—By Direct Teletype DE JANEIROBrazil's two leading Catholic prelates assured Federation of Brazilian Jewish muni! on Tuesday that they ill do everything they can to advance thi Catholic church'forth < >ming Ecumenical Council requests thai the church license 1 itholic liturgy and practices of anj allusii ns that could resull in anti-Semitism The pledges, in respo.nse to memoranda previously presented to the dignitaries, were made by irdinal Don Jaime de Barros Camara. of the Rio de Janeiro Archbishopric, and Cardinal Don Carmelo de Vasconcellos Mota, of the Diocese centered at Sao Paulo Both are scheduled to attend the Ecumenical Council, which is to convene at the Vatican in October. Don Jaime is a memContinued on Page 2 A London Drags Out Move To Deport U.S. Nazi Chief VITIRANS THKtATtH ACTION PAGl S-A LONDON — (JTA I— British authorities were in a quandary Monday with regard to George Lincoln Rockwell, leader of the American Nazi Party, who succeeded in entering England despite the fact that th^ Home Office issued an order last week banning his admission to the country. On Tuesday, however, he was finally deported Rockwell, along with neo-Nazi leaders of German. Austrian. Hungarian and French nationality was attending a conclave of British Fascists held at a private estate in Gloucestershire, organized by Colin Jordan. The latter, a school teacher recently dismissed from his job by the school board of Coventry, is leader of the British National Socialist Party. Rockwell landed at Shannon Airport, Ireland, last Thursday, it was ascertained here, and managed to get by the British immigration officials who had been instructed by the Home Office to keep him out of this country as an "undesirable person." Monday, it appeared that the Home Office was reluctant to start deportation proceedings against the American Nazi. After a conference at the Horn* Continued on Page 6-A SUGGESTS UNITED NATIONS INQUIRY Keating Says Red Bigotry Betrays Communist Flaws NASTY CHItf ROCKVitU eludes ban JTA—By Direct Teletype WASHINGTON Sen Kenneth B K -ating, New York Republican. charged Tuesday in 8 Senate speech that it has become evident that anti-Jewish persecution in the Soviet Union is "a deliberate act >n the part of the Communist, cen Discount Airline Retaliation Threats JERUSALEM (JTA) — Airline circles here this week discounted purported British threats to can eel Israel's airport landing rights if El Al Israel Airlines refuses to fly Dr Robert A. Soblen to the t nited States Such a suggestion, it was said, is not to be taken seriously Israel has already given assurance to the British that it is willing to fly Dr. Soblen out of England — but not to the United States. Sunday's cabinet meeting here 'discussed various ramifications ol the case of the American psychiatrist, who sought asylum here to c cape a life sentence in the t'ni led States, where he had been convicted of espionage on behalf of the Soviet Union. In the event that Dr. Soblen is returned here, the Cabinet decided. Israel will have no alternative but to permit him to find an asylum of his own choice. Such a choice is believed to exist, since Czechoslovakia has reportedly offered asylum to Dr. Soblen. Chairman Francis E. Walter, of the House Committee on UnAmerican Activities, meanwhile urged in a speech in Congress that the State Department revoke the United States landing rights of El Al Israel Airlines if the line "cooperates" in Continued on Page 3 A tral go> ernmenl to find scape %  for an economic system that is I of flaw s Through the crackdown on call ed "black marketeers." S n Keating said the Russians wer "trying to put all the blame small minority, when the fail of Communist planning. Comm ist management, and the ver> abilit) oi the Communist economit system to meet modern industrial needs is involved The Senator also speculated that the Soviet resumption of nuclear tests m th


PAGE 1

Friday, August 10, 1962 +Jewisti fk>ridfian Page 3-B W*4ll'*4r*.,nS %uth JtL IVccL %  < as te ,1 il its By ISABEL GROVE m planning to IH' a plastic sur17-j i-iir ulil I tfathai Frishman v lal field t<. interdid K notion ol helpred in an accident "No, that's • MIS answer. I %  ol plastic suras en %  as anj art, and ician can give ; ami emotional patient whether the : ucth e "icos< %  • ) ID Also en Artist duate nf South ,..• Hi • im Kenneth was nal Honor SoS ndarj Schools and !, hoi 01 in fields aill 4 mathi matics, social sci[< tier man and physics. immer of 1961, he i the L'nivi raity of Miami j: • i, National Science Foundationled >< n nil ri aminu pron advanced mathematics, 962 hi participated in the Florida Science Fair II. • aalso elected to membership in pha Hi. ta, Southwest Math National Honor Society. ctivities outside of school. work was sent to I Museum in Jackson\ .,i. example of the kind of Articulate and self-assured, Ken nrk j pie are doing here, neth has definite ideas on all subI of his c.ls and a piece|jects which interest or concern t: sculpture in carvestone, which Mountain," were ex•I %  • .lu-cum Of Modern st ISU and autnor.ties to jus n Xe York City. tif) Ins opinions Ambidextrous, the young man "1 feel that there is a decline ftps his hands agile by doing in the quality of education in the itting. He has played chess secondary high schools here," he t eight and considers says, because of the lack of conli much in.i. than a mere game l,,|n f r 'he individual. Kigid p-• r it's excellent training in rules make it impossible for a and strati [student to make a change when PoaseWM .1 ,i husky and Btal-|he finds that he has already covran frame ;•• rnatllri teon affr wed the material or subject, or else it is complete!) be\ond him. "In one case he faces boredom. in the other, a failing grade. Either way, lie has lost valuable linic which could have been put to 1 good use. A Great Reader "It's the -aine with the present marking system." Kenneth thinks "A student's progress should Injudged on his own abil'ity and rate of improvement, not KENNETH FRISHMAN ocrive imagination won a letter in wrestling, plays football, is an excellent swimmer and a better than average dancer. He has studied the accordion for several years and finding the music for the instrument frequentMy monotonous, now writes a great • deal of it lor himself. Rigid Rules a Barrier him and when necessary can quote statistics and authorities to .ai an arbitrary loo percent, or on the curve which pits him against those who ma) have more or less a;.Mode for a particular subject." S.mily haired Kenneth is an om-nivi inns reader, devouring one to throe books a week, in addition to his school assignments. His taste' runto poetry and science fiction. and he writes as well as reads exel> m both tields. Certain that we will be putting le on the moon in a few years. K p n n e i h says enthusiastically. "Just imagine the things thai can be done medically on the moon that can't be done lure For in -lance, a large, heavy, unwieldy cast wlmh now immobilizes a person on earth would present no problem on the moon because of the g ravit) differential there. Even patients m traction will be considerably more comfortable." he predicts. Kenneth will enter the Iniverity I of Florida in September for his pre-medical training—a partly sentimental gesture, for the school is the alma mater of his parents. Mrs. Shirley Frishman. 1961 N. (Hades dr.. No. Miami Beach, and lus father, the late Newton Frishman. who was a civilian psychologist for the Navy. From a family of native Florlidians, Kenneth has a younger brother. Harve Michel, called "Hobby." They are the grandsons of Mr. and Mrs Morris Pepper and great-grandsons of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Pepper. NEXT WEEK: M.rci. Satin, Miami Beach High '62. VL ms CONVALESCENT HOME MIAMI'S NEWEST, MOST MODERN HOME built expressly for individual care ol the convalescent, chronic and geriatrics patient. • Completely air-conditioned • The finest nursing staff • Spacious, garden-like grounds • Moderate rates • Recreational areas indoors and outdoors Member National Geriatrics Society. SAMUEL E. REDFEARN, Administrator. Handicaps Will Offer Comedy "Never a Dull Moment." an original three-act comedy written by. Mrs. Creda Kibbe. of the Miami Shores Little Theatre (Jroup. and directed by Robert L Crouse. is being sponsored by Handicaps United. With the cast and most of the backstage crew handicapped people, the production will be presented at the North Miami Junior High School Auditorium. 13105 NE 7th ave., on the evenings of Thursday. Friday and Saturday, Aug. 23. 24. and 25. Appearing in the show are Stan Allison. Gene Boeninger. Billie Lou Owens. Dave Manning. Tommy Miller. Robert N. Simon. Evelyn Wilson, and Sue White Bette Baron. Clifford Esterson Is Bar Mitzvah Clifford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Esterson. 7760 Tatum Water-. way dr.. will become Bar Mitzvah! Saturday morn-* ing. Aug. 11, a Agudath Israe Hebrew Institute Rabbi Isaac H Ever will offici ate. A Bible will be presented to thej celebrant by Mrs. Milton Siegfried, president of the Sisterhood. Clifford Esferson Clifford is a student at Nautilus Junior High. \ reception in his honor will be given by his parentat the Caribbean hotel following the ceremony. 14601 Northeast 16th Ave., at W. Dixie Hwy. Tel. Wi 5-7631 Miami 61, Florida Yehudah Moshe Registration Registration for the fall sen a) Congregation Vehudah Moshe is being taken dail> al the Temi Classes will be held in religious and Sunday school and kinder ten nursery. NEWLY DECORATED AIR-CONDITIONED HALL (for Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs, Par, Hies, Meetings (Rooms and Hall). Call the Israelite Center Hall HI 6-4645 .* #* %  •• *S ;vi jjf* "fc I / COOL FOR SCHOOL Looks unlimited in batik coordinates of Dacron" polyester cotton. Slim skirt 7.98 Matching roll-sleeve blouse 4.98 Olive or brown. Young Juniors 5 to 13. ALL flVt BUKDINt'S STOKES YOUNG PtOPll'S WOULD, tfkft IS MIAMI, FOURTH FLOOR. -* %  Don't miss our 'look of Knowledge" Fashion Show with the H gh School Board modeling fashions fro-1 "Seventeen." Monday. August 13'h, 7:15 p.m., aud toriuiri, fourth floor. Miami.



PAGE 1

Page 6-B +Jewi$t fteridliain Friday. August 10. 1962 Herzl Honor, director of Temple Menorah's Rhonda Brody, Naomi Honor. Judy Klein, Amy religious school and day camp, congratulates Wollowick, Richard Bell. Left to right (back a group of "small fry" who have just won row) are Charlene Orvieto, Linda Stern, Gary swimming awards. Left to right (front) are Lipkins, Joseph Honor. Skitch Henderson, Duo Pianists Set For 'Pops' Finale Skitch Hendersos. popular conduetcr-composer-pianist. will make hi> seventh annual appearance as guest conductor of the University of Miami Summer Symphony Orchestra on Sunday evening at Miami Beach Auditorium, The orchestra's tenth and final "Pops'' concert of the season will also feature the French duo-pianists, the Roman Sisters. The program will open with th "Overture Zampa," by Herold, followed by the Johann Strauss waltz, "A Thousand and One Nights"; Montarde's "La Vergen de la Macarena;" Morton Gould's "American Salute," based on the theme "When Johnny. Comes Marching Home;" and Shostakovich's polka from the Ballet ''The Golden Age." Two numbers composed and ar-' ranged by Henderson. "Merrily We SKITCH HlSDtKSOS Air Force Man Is Reassigned Airman Jerome Weisser, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Weisser. of 4541 No. Bay rd.. is being reasRoll Along." written for the Grouj sjgned ,„ he Unj(ed S(ates Aif cho Marx film based on the history I •. • P ol the American motor car. and force technical training course for "The World of Bob Hope," written | medical service specialists at for the television special based on Greenville AFB. Miss, the life of the motion picture co-! Weisser. who has completed his basic military training at Lackland AFB. Tex., was selected for the advanced course on the basis of his interests and aptitudes. median, will als,> be on the program. The Roman Sisters. Josette and Yvette, will perform Offenbach's "Gaite Parisienne." and Saint Saen>" "Carnival of the Animals." with Henderson serving as narrator Henderson currently is seen nightly on the NBC-TV network Camp Menorah To End Season Closing day ceremonies for Camp Menorah's eight-week summer program will be held Friday. Program "ill include four skits, "Laughing America.'' "Working America," "Pioneering America." and "Jewish Life in America Each skit will be presented by one of the tour age groups of campers ranging from 3 to 10. Props, scenery and costumean being designed and executed by the children. Temple Menorah's day camp athletic and cultural program included swimming, sports of all types, arts and crafts, Hebrew instruction, and Jewish life in America. Additionally, campers took weekly trips to attractions and points of interest in the Miami-Miami Beach area. At luncheon during the closing day program, camping, swimming and other awards will be presented. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. spiritual leader of Temple Menorah. and Herzl Honor, director of the religious school and day camp, will welcome the parents. Rabbi Gross Back From Israel Tour Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin cipal of the Hebrew Wademy and his family returned ihis week to Miami Beach after a three-month visit to Israel and Europe During his sta Rabbl visited mj elementar) ,nd secondarj schools in the large m and new settle ments _. n,. a so met with Abba I Minis) i o! Educ; n ihe State „1 Israel, and V! Sharett. for mer Prime Min '" I u! ,:|] lent) sc\ eral years a so "I was amaied to learn of the national fame and repute which the Hebrew Academy enjoys even in Israel,' he said. "The new building of the Academy and its top scholastic achievements were known in all educational circles." Since the vast majority ol Is raeli children Bre now coming from foreign countries, many new methods of teaching Hebrew Bre being adopted bj the Ministry ol Education. Rabbi c ross sa id •Some of these newer methods will be introduced by the Acad emy's language department for the coming school year He al.-o reported thai Israeli leadership i> %  extremely concern ed" about maintaining strongei ties between American Jewrj and Israel Israeli statesmen and educators feel thai the study of the Hebrew language and an intensive religious education are the onlj guarantees for strengthening these bands lie declared R&Bb' SI'MS APRIL Rabbi Simon April Tckes Pulpit Here Folio extended abs Miami, during which he spenl I-IX months in Europe and Israel, and some three years in Laredo, Tex with the Agu I • \ehiin Congregation, Rabbi Simon Vpril has accepted the invitation ol Beth Emeth Congregation of North Miami to assume the pulpit •here Rabbi April previously served Miami Hebrew Congregation as spiritual leader for IT years. Rabbi \pnl i a former member he board ol the Bureau of Jewish Education, and from 19a4 to |<55 served as president of the Miami Rabbinical Assn Hi ia member of the Rabbinical Council "t America and the Texas Kalian ol Rabbis Rabbi and Mrs April will live at 300 NW |24th St, He will officially I assume his duties on Friday. Cardiac Hospital 'Day' National Children's Cardiac Hospital held a "day" at Westbrooke Country Club on Wednesday. Program included a fashion show. Hollyw'd Temple Names Principal Temple Beth El of Hollywood an nounces the appointment of Ellis Robins as Temple director and school principal "He brings with him a background rich in Jewish learning and experience in the field of Jewish education and administration including nine years at Temple 1rael of Miami." said Rabbi Samuel 7. Jaffe, spiritual leader of Beth El Robins is originally from Baltimore, Md where he attended Baltimore Hebrew College Aftei graduating from public school there, he attended George Wash ington University, and is currentU working toward an advanced degree in education at the U of M Robins has been associated with the Miami News for the past nine years. He is married and the father of two sons. ftt/5 KOBISS J3 i r t It Ja z First child, Caren Suzanne, born Fogel. of Coral Gables, and Mrs July 26 to Josh and Carolyn Sirkin I Anna Rubin. Baby was named show "Tonight," and regularly on in St. Petersburg, where the new i l ast Suml;iv the same networks "Today" pro%  th atlon ding Stetson Univerno „ IH 7 ,,i„„i, *i I gram. As music director of the NaDavl<1 Zelleck Alpert born Aug. tional Broadcasting Cosipany, he i 8 "?. law st n,M 4 to Mr. and Mrs. Sid Alpert In hat been featured on radio and tel-! Miriam and Mi ton Sirkin spent Washington. DC. where the new evision with such noted personal!*". weekend getting acquainted j father is with the patent office ties as Bing Crosby and Frank w th f heir new granddaughter, and ; and also attends George WashingSinatra the Uny dob and ht r P ; "' l, ,s will ton law school. The brilliant young Parisian duos P el,d lhis mo "" 1 houseguests of the senior Sirkins. Great-grandpianists, the Roman Sisters, studparents are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph ied a: the renowned Conservatoire Sugerman and Mr. and Mrs. Harry National de Paris, where they Sirkin. earned the coveted "Premier i They have won acclaim as First child, David Craig. born Is with such eminent conducJuly 26 to the former Susan Bran tors %  Hie;:" Monteux and Arthni r and E 330 ; I a ell as a performance -i. 'i i the 1 1 i • %  ra ol Ra lio \'J econ u t Ins Junioi I ti ii Fi Grandpan Mother is the former Judy Roskin. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Roskin. In Washington for the naming of the bab> on Aug 12 will be paternal grandparents, Dorothy and Arthur Andt Gr< a! grandparents ol the heii Mrs. Rose Uperl and Vlr. and Mrs N:cl< Schw artz JWV Groups Slate Social Jewish War Veterans. West Miami, and Auxiliary are having a membership social on Saturday evening al the home of Mrs Charlotte Beil, 7755 SW 33rd terr. Theme of the evening will be "We're Bustin' our Buttons." with a review of the Post and Auxiliary activities durum 'he past year. Emanu-EI Camp Concludes Season The summer day camp of Temple Emanu-EI is completing its fifth yeai on Friday. More than 100 children have participated in athletic contests, games, swimming, singing, dancing, dramatics, arts and crafts. -turn-, films, field trips to point) "t local Interest Dr Irving Lehman, spiritual leader <>f the Temple, stressed spiritual values and Jewish traditions throughout the slimmer Milt Feia stein, camp director, headed the staff of 15 counselors. The camp season was to be climaxed Thursday evening with the entire camp in a musical and domainproduction. weddiny | (fashion show | | banquethave a truly lu xurious Matchless facilities, experienced management expert staff—all to serve you for much less than you could imagine. Remember— a SEVILLE affair-whether for 10 or 1,000it served with the same gracious easel KOSHER CATERING AVAILABLE C411 fSTUtf POLAK: JE 2-2511 OCEANFKONT, ZSth TO SOM STREETS, Ml AM BEACH Two new grandch r Lillian and Harrj checked in" within a daj ol i nts for the firs! tin i -MIL Marshall S, Vlajor, and the Former Miriam Frank, ol 1624 Tigertail rd., whose daughter, Hilwas born on July 19 Ma ternal grandparents are Mr and Mrs, Al Levin, On July 20, the former Anita Mayerowltz and Aaron iBuddj Schwartz, ol West Orange N I added little Carl to their family which includes Hobm 3. and Karen 2. Paternal grandmother is Mrs Betty Schwartz, of New Jersey, frequent winter visitor here. 10TH AND LAST CONCERT-SUN. EVE., AUG 12 at 8:30 P.M. SKITCH HENDERSON THE ROMAN SISTERS, DU0 PIA N.STS ^atastp-lHtnaj TODAY Open 6 45 =* # r



PAGE 1

Friday. August 10. 1962 +Jewlst rk>rkttan Page 5-A Britain's Veterans Bent on Smashing Hate Units LONDON —(JTA) — Ignoring the advice d the lea i • f organized British Jewry, who have called upon Jews to avoid riots during provocai .' Fascist and Nazi mass meeting! hundreds >f ilewisTi war veterans were reported here to be organizing "positive action" against snti -Semitic rallies. Promii nt Jewish ex servicemen itc s;..:IL: openly they could "mobilize 10.000 '. en thi streets 11 I ondi i I %  hours if the m • i to • isitive acturn' .i_. si ai a itators arose One :' the fore-nost Fascist grr.p? this c-.-try — the British National Party —spened its ann;.:' convention Saturday, ousHe Lo-Hcr. Ab:ut 50 dolegates c' .aid to compn met at the estate : ; 'Kir president nr.d leae'er > J rfw Psuntain*. Fou r fo • >!^nn!ng a European !i-k with Ihe Britist P. : I w.'j r.ported in E •..-!.-. .. i ekeni. Th four ore fr. Franca, Italy, West C?i tm a.ii : ." Aiai und and in face of U t lai %  %  House i I Commo j irne.J r ri la\ without ..i' ... .i sod amend men! t. Pu ler Act of 1936, -i to incitement ii racial itreds, I • organize ''posittvt ction" i %  gaining sup p ;• in • scores >l Briton* who, according to reports in the press here Monday, are offering funds to help the Jews fight the upsurge of Fascism here. At Manchester. Peter Grimshaw. a Labor l'arty councillor, formed an anti-Fascist committee. "The time has come." he stated, "for us to take matters into our own hands If the government continues to hesitate over introducing legislation, we shall have to resort to violence That is the only kind of language Mosley understands Hi' was referring to Sir Oswald Mosley, ider %  ; the Fasi: i Briti !: >n n rtovi ment, who I hist v, i ek both re i Is, at Man Chester and e lla< kne; ': • t End, wh <. %  :: has a large Jewish population In Parliament, just before its recess last Friday until October, a | number of Labor and Liberal Parity members insisted that the govi ernment take steps to nalt the anti-Semitic demonstrations. Sir Barnett Janner. a Laborite, who 1 is also president of the Board of i Deputies of British .lews, told the llciise of Commons he was speak ing "on behalf of a half-million lews" when he insisted that action be taken Immediatelj againsl Fascists lio are trying to repeat th.' history of Ihe growth of Nazism in pre-war Germany, Protests ajainst the government's failure to act were also voiced sharply by David We'tzmann, Eric Fletcher, and Srie Lubbock. The first two are members of the Labor Party, while Mr. Lubbock is a Liberal. Twenty members of London's City Council filed a resolution this week, calling upon the Council to petition the government to ban i.ici'jmeni to violence :.y persons advocating racial discrimination and hatred." The City Council was slated to discuss thai resoluti P. later this week. An editorial in the Sunday Tele graph approved of ihe plans ol Jewish ex-servicemen for "posiiive action" a 'am-' the Fascists Recalling thai past history explains why ihe Jews and other 1 minorities are a r ousi d they see Mosley incitii seeking to h i and police permitting him to i) so," the newspaper stated: "It is not surprising that they and their sympathizers seek protect themselves by taking til law into their own hands Th s only way racial minorities can put. a stop to racial incitement is by breaking the law and causin order. This is manifestly a! surd It is surely time that racial in ment be mane an offense, carr; with it deterrent penal'; %  Airline Executive Speaks Lewis B Maytag, jr ; resi ol National Airlines, addresse %  i • rtising i lub oi Greater '•' W i %  i ; iy eveninj D | %  laza hotel He %  k lines ol Create!' Miai Hal Herman is presi li i I Emcmit-EI Opens Registration Here Dr I" Lehrman, spiritual li ader i rempl • Emanu-EI, announi trati i the relig inus si h v. ill iHy begin on Moml.!' Nursi school ludes -i biin! in ram. indoor and outities, a' i is held at the •i .,-. \orth '.: t:.. .1 buildii The i -day foundation school, based ci the conservative philosophy has a Hebraic-religious ard sect-'ar program for children in k : nd'carten, first and second grades Sundaj school, il l In both tings confirmation iarti :; %  r students a %  am ol -iudy in Jew ish life :1m! ervai %  s combined with expe rences 1: '• w i -h h\ing. In ..' '. 1:. Temple Emanu-EI offers iltural i I social pro •-.ram fi i tuth ol %  • %  ages, music and dn n .. groups, and an adult education institute Dr. Lehrman and the Temple's newly-ap] inted education director. MorrTarasov are available for consultation • Israel OK s German Uniforms Conrinuod from Pg 1-A forms to the Bundeswehr constituted an .-ffront to Jewish workers." One of the parliamentary questioned had asked the Minister whether it was true that Ata workers .ere being subjected to 'what amounts to tyranny" when they were ordered by the company's m: r.agement to work on the German uniform manufacture on threat oi dismissal. Mr. Sapir replied that the Ata management haddeniti sueh coercion. < 100 Jews in Or an PARIS JTA) The Algerian city of ( :..n, which had a population of 3! 100 Jews, has less than JOO Jews left now. all the others having %  ed that city. Jewish .sourcereported this week. The few Jewish families left in Oran, it was reported, plan to stay on. unless tl political situation there deteriorates The Jewish refugees from Oral are preparing to organ Ize the Algerian lews now in France U r the protection of their right undir French law. They plan %  ho to li %  -1 thai i srtain religious gad cujtuial nee.11 met. GOING PLACES'? Thousands of FLAGLER FEDERAL savers will be taking a wellearned vacation trip this summer because they have the savings habit. You, too, can go places when you save at Flagler Federal. At Flagler Federal your money earns at the new higher rate of 4H%, and dividends are paid and compounded every three months. FREE TRANSFER of funds from anywhere in the United States. Open or add to your Flagler Federal savings account on or before August 20th and earn dividends from August 1st. Walk-up Savings Window Open 8:00-9:00 a.m. and 3:00-5:30 p.m. Over $55,000,000.00 in Resources'^ SAVINGS INSURED UP TO $10,000 BY THE FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATION 4 _. Current Annual Rate FREE PARKING' H"> S ^J SE HABLA ESPANOt. OWNTOWM tOl N.E. 1st AVe. BRANCH BISCAYN& SHOPPING PLAZA FIAGLER FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION O F # MIAMI



PAGE 1

Page 2-B tJenistMciridltor! Friday, August 10, She Felt Added Need To Meet Responsibility The> vmg "' return to eonContinued from Page l-B (| nal i 0 nal traditional i,ory in these s ^manlike ,o that ^cjy atmosphere, and the companionship to then chi own kind, and each season and in Actress Celeste Holm with model of new three-unit S500.000 student center which the Women's League for Israel is building for university students in Jerusalem. The center, located on the campus of Hebrew University, will provide athletic, cultural and recreational facilities for the current enrollment of nearly 3.000 students. Mizrachi Women Have Memorial A rede.lication meeting ol all members of Mizrachi Women's Organization of America in the Miami area was held here Tuesday in memory of the late Mrs. Bessie Gotsfeld. honorary national president of Mizrachi, who passed away recently in Israel. Mrs. Gotsfeld. one of the founders of the organization, which now comprises 50,000 members in America, was active in personally supervising the children's schools, homeand villages in Israel. The rededication meeting was held at the home of Mrs. Pauline Grundwerg, 4651 Prairie ave., Miami Beach. Mrs. Alfred Stone.is coordinator for Mizrachi Women here. Lebediker Branch Picnic Lebediker Branch of Farband is sponsoring a picnic on Sunday, Aug. 26. at pit 4. parking lot 2 in Crandon Park. Meeting place is Biscayne blvd. and 12th st.. from 10 to 11 a.m. Program will include entertainment, games and cold drinks. Chairman is Aaron Katz. of their produces more satisfaclor> teresting results. Two years ago. the AJC ] nized another nerd in Israel mere ere many new immigrant chit. dren of secondarj school age in horde.settlements who were not able to go on to secondan studies. This was not only due to lack Of money, but more so because 0 lack of the basic education witnou which attendance at high school was impossible The JDC fell thai there must be many gifted children among them, and if these were brought together in a sped boarding school where thej loasl those Jewish Vmerican Jews ..,,„ a re members ol the American congress, "wan. to reman, We want to remain cream i u,e donl feel thai we are in danger of disapbut we would like to give ,m:nunity a reason [or sur ..: B J "the only thing \ %  you ill get things El d in the States, (hi ,i more problems ••There will always be Mrs. Steinberg ass ir there will always I" ] i.-h answer to problemI come if there is a coi < jew ish community." Mrs Steinberg regards itlu fertilizing factor in J'ev verywhere. Or, to us< simile, the Jewish people is no Israel is the soil nt i 1 has itroot. an.I from ,. | jew Jews ,, communit> pearii our cc draws its nourishment. branches are spread over lands. its ': %  %  \ i %  %  i v ii. c viving ••In ether words." I said to her Beth Jacob Opens Member Survey could -With the influx "1 new coopera they tive apartments in the South Shore would be able to atta dard necessary tor s e c o n d a r> receive intensive tutoring. ,in the si • eth Jacob Congregation Deep rich mellow tasty... If you like KREPLACH ^CHEESE,. Ravioli IN SAUCE MR. AND MRS. REITER Heifers Back From Jamaica Mr. and Mrs. Reiter recently returned from Jamaica, West Indies. Reiter. president of Lawnlite Company, manufacturer of aluminum leisure furniture, was preparing the 1963 campaign which will use Jamaica as a backdrop for his firm's name. While in Jamaica, the Reiters participated in the Jamaica Sketching Holiday. Said the Reiters: "This is one business trip we really enjoyed, and the Jamaica Sketching Holinity to see the real Jamaica." nity to see the real Jamacai." just heat' eat! Academy Women Set Card Party Hebrew Academy Women will sponsor a card party on Tuesdaj evening at the new Hebrew Academy, 2400 Pine Tree dr. Funds raised will he added to the scholarship fund. Serving on the committee are Mesdames Jack Gerson and George Kimmel. chairmen, Arthur Bergman. Irving Firtel. Al Oshcroff and M. H. Rosenhouse Mrs. Joseph Shapiro is president of the group. school The scheme was tried out in the environs of Jerusalem with a group of 90 youngsters The results proved so overwhelmingly successful thai the Ministry o) Education has now taken over the projeel plan.to conducl it on an ever increasing scale Israel i> one of their important i reas ol operation, Mrs Steinberg told me, bin it is not the only one They are jusi as active in working for equality ol opportunity for ever) citizen ol the United Stati For instance, it was the American Jewish Con) ress hich introduced the idea ol using the law as a maj or weapon in the fight against housing discrimination The AJC pioneered the first fair housing, fait* employment legislation passed in the United State-. '"It is an extension of our Jewish heritage that we cannot stand injustice,'' Mrs Steinberg said. There is a strong feeling today among the women of her own generation, and even more among the younger generation, that their Jewish background has been deficient. New Hot Shoppc Is Now Open The new Hot Shoppes restaurant at MM No Miami Beach blvd m the Jefferson Super Center, is now open. The spacious dining room features choice bed chops, chicken and seafood, cooked to order by a master chef on a Char Broiler. Hot Shoppe menus also feature full course famil> dinnerat a modest pnee Children receive puzzle mats and a menu all thenown. In addition, the new restaurant in North Miami Beach features the Sundown room, a luxurious cocktail lounge There are also private banquet facilities for up to 70 persons The restauranl open -even days a week t dinner, and late supper conductii : i survey to asci the number ol familie!. expre desire to torn the coi iti to Mans a nt al ious -i n ices." accordinj B Frank, president Frank >aid that, as in years • this projeel will be concl i h a hou-i to hi use ba-i ui i .;, ol Max P fioldha• %  Rabbi Stern ispn Beth Jacob Dade Heights Registration Set Registration at Dade II' Jewish Congregation Hebrew %  •-• %  Sunday schools will begin on Wednesda> at the office trom 9 a m to 4 p in and Aug. 1!' to 26 from 7 to 9 p.m. Nursery school registration will be held the last week in August, The first in a series Of member ship teas was held bj the Sister hood last week, with Mrs Bermce Gerstenfold, membership v i c e president, in charge CC Executive Scheduled .lack smter assistant director of the ]).i(\v County Development Board "I the Miami-Dade Count) Chamber ol Commerce, will speak on "The Future ol Business in Mi ama" at a regular inner meetinc ui the Advertising Specialt> Assi nt Smith Florida nexl Wedi esda> Baida, president, -aid thi meeting will be held at the Columbus betel IS ii lunch. You'll love CHEF BOY-AR-DEB CHEESE RAVIOLI Hear family, guests, cheer for that real Italian flavor created by famed Chef Boy Ar-Dee. Tender little macaroni pies...filled with tangy Italian Cheese...simmered with savory tomato sauce and cheese...seasoned the real ItaN Ian way. So much tastier and easier than the frozen kind. So tnuch thriftier, too—cost* only •bout 15c per serving! Sugfl""* NOW You Can Drink All The Iced Tea You Want WITHOUT Gaining A Singla Ounce 4-Oz. -Size Bottle Only 75o. At lading Feed Stores Michael Zitrin Memorial Slated During services Fridaj evening at Temple B'nai Sholom. Opa locka. a classroom will be dedicated to the late Michael Zitrin, a charter member of the ,.„., tion. Mr. Zitrin had served as a director and officer of the congrega tion. and was a pasl president of the Men's Club. Rabbi Emeritus Sheldon Edwards will officiate and also add a plaque to the Temples Memorial Tablet in honor of Mr, Zitrin "THE TINY LITTLE TEA LEAVES give fullest strength and flavor! r Ml The ONE.. REACH FOR INSTANT OR REGULAR Mil 1CHLESS! no other cheese in the world hits the spot like GENUINE IMPORTED SWITZERLAND SWISS CHEESE I: Buy it sliced or in a biff, tasty chunk today for sandwiches, omelets, salads, canapes ... for breakfast, lunch, supper and icebox raiding. It's the one chees everybody loves for true ta'am of Switzerland! Ta'am of Switzerland!



PAGE 1

Page 4-A Jewish Her Mian Friday. August 10, 1962 F "Jewish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor end Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher gicifd-CiS.pSu.. Paid Mtan.1, Florid* Th, J.W.h Floridi.n *"£~X^^T&S!!t> the Jew.sh Weekly. J*'^r & 'XU' ..Worldw.de N'* A 8 ency. Seven Arts Feat, re Sy^'cate^ Ajsr of Service. National Editorial *""•• _. nrid press Assn. English-Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida r %  %  \ :b .._ during the week ... as i see by LEO MINDLIN AS NON 6 OTHER than our ** own country has discovit ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel Tel Aviv, Israel RAY U. BINDER Correspondent SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area „ Year o 00 Three Vea's I C 00 Out of Town Upon Requ< Volume 35 OM NumbeI 32 Friday, August 10, 1962 10 Ab 5722 Distance Helps Our View The Nazi-Fascist manifestolions in Great Britain these days 1ell us some interesting things cbout the official treatment of cigotry in a democracy. To begin with, they give us a more objective view of the way in which she hatemonger is handled. Distance tends to dampen the heat we feel about the freguent and seemingly tolerant attitude our cwn government adopts toward the professional bigot on a nalional, state, or local level. Thus, the manner in which the British bounced George Lincoln Rockwell on Tuesday appears to be an exemplary one. London decided to deny him entry in the fust place. The arrival of Rockwell at Shannon in Ireland caught Britain's authorities unaware, and he slipped through immigration without a hitch. As of the beginning of the week, the government seemed to be dragging its heels in the matter of deportation. But by Tuesday, the order was out: bounce RockwelL Such seemingly deliberate attention to the matter might have stirred our own passions. A parallel in this regard is the unhurried way in which Washington authorities finally decided to discourage Rockwell from his viciously antiSemitic demonstrations on the Mall of the nation's capital, and how angrily all decentminded Americans reacted to the tempered treatment accorded him. The incident in Britain on Tuesday, placed into perspective by the broad Atlantic between these two great free nations, seems to show that even in the case of a vicious bigot like Rockwell, those concerned with the rights of the individual must be deliberate and certain in their purpose whenever they resort to due process to deny these rights in the name of the law. EASY WITH fOREIGNERS Lest the forgoing seems an unrestrained paean of praise for the British, the sheer existence of men like Sir Oswald Mosley and Colin Jordan tends to place this into its proper perspective. But this should not be construed as a parting shot against English fair-mindedness within the confines of the Emerald Isle. Hatemongers and racists being what they are, it is absurd to condemn a people for the bad apples among them. Such would be akin to guestioning our own democratic instincts because of the Conde McGinleys in the United States. All of which simply teaches us that it is easier for a nation to deal guickly and efficiently with the bigots of a foreign country than with the native brand. George Lincoln Rockwell, of Arlington. Va., U.S.A., an undesirable in the eyes of the Government of Great Britain, was deported with relative dispatch on Tuesday. But the Jordans and the Mosleys remain. This is in the nature of democracy. r *JTA~> This was also the case in the revelation years back that Israel had been producing machine guns for the Germans. Commerce has always seemed to run against the mainstream of human sentiment in the dealings between countries with a past history of wars or antipathies. Communist bloc nations, right now, are receiving direct American aid in one form or another. During World WOT II, retreating American military units were being slaughtered by the Japanese with bombs containing U.S. scrap metal. Examples of this sort of thing are abundant. Official Israeli explanations can be easily mustered for the decision, just as the Uzzi machine guns were easily explained, and one must certainly understand them. But understanding them does not mean that they will sit well. It is difficult, almost impossible, to oiler economic alternatives to a young nation that needs every bit of foreign trade it can muster. It is even more difficult to advise a nation to act in accordance with super-human moral imperatives when few others do; for not to compete can easily mean not to survive. Perhaps this is why the Hebrew Prophets have always thought of Jewish sovereignty in spintual rather than secular terms. Deeds Needed^Mot Words The hemispheric convention in Buenos Aires on Aug. 18 will bring together Jewish community leaders from two continents to discuss the anti-Semitic violence that has 2ft number of Latin American countnes during the past few months. It is to be hoped that, if nothing else this expression of Jewish solidarity will act as a damper to the disruptive purposes of the cul pnts involved. CU1 The official statements by the governments SL?' 9 i na UrUgUQy and ,her La !" na hons. condemning anti-Semitism as a national no ess than as an individual way of Hfe are certainly encouraging. X are But they must be implemented bv oositi !" actions on the highest levels to demonstrate nol to deny the nation's industry the right to mere words ^ condemna, 'ns ere not f;;:::^^ 0 !" 15 *J*_S"? Am Y Wl11 Deed*, nol promises, must he a positive example for all 0 fc ered, a people must be concerned with its image abroad I fail to see why Israel should consider herself an exception Fact is. however, that Isra. 1 suffers from some of the most miserable public relatii imaginable — and a good j of this is totally unnecess B) unnecessary, I m an I ,, | S j n( resu n 0 i carelessness at best and incompetence at worst .. ictn n es lies a wide ran e of ii sensitivitj to i the world an attractive view of her positiv. lona l Either thai or else l-ra.i ;.bsolutel> -. :n „i, aI %  has in ston and seems completely uninterested n m tician art 1 would say that a country so motivated i.a countrj bent foundering or playing games with survival. 1. be self-assun to be bored bj possible alternatives -imply suggest! loss ol interest in diplomacy And ;i nation can no longer !>.• i seriously it its leaders are past diplomatic consideration. Yel I is precisely the situation in Israel, whose leaders ;,s 0 f Monda) fl refused to bring R< bert Soblen to the United States from hih bed in England What the government has in mind is difficult • surmise, but one thing van be assured: The petulant announcei that Great Britain has no right to tell Israel's national airline to fl) and where is a tissue of double talk bartly intended to ., thi nfusion developed in Israel since her decision to d< the convicted l S atom spy. \i that tim< Primi Minister Ben-Gurion clearly enunciat. statement ol I"country's principle: that the Law <-f Return was i I intended as a anctuar> for criminals. The l.n to which hi since beer-, sul i es more than demonstrate a democrats ference ..i opinion It suggests Israeli irresponsibility on a variety ..t political fronts; it reflects the kind ol immature beha thai only the rich and thi powerful can on occasion, and at x| ense, merel) ill afford THI l/Sf Of 0ISJOINTID HAU SYMBOLS QUT ISRAEL is neither rich nor powerful, ano m her case %  behavior 11111-1 be considered a far too luxurious indulgence Those in Israel who for chauvinistic and perhaps even treason..us reasons think otherwise are precisely among the Ben-Gunon oppon ents who base their opinions on a gratuitous belief: that K Soblen has reall) done no wrong and that the rights inherent in the Law of Return should thus be accorded him. This is rather consummate gall, and 1 would prefer to hope that prevalent though they may be. the majority of Israel's di--. 1 ten are more likely acting out of a sense of misplaced allegiance toward a "fellow-Jew" who. at a distance, seems the persecuted object of a vast and impersonal nation. Their delusion is possibU drawn further, including an entire range of unrelated grievances against the United States — charges of blatant anti-Semitism. Amer ican participation in the Arab cause, Washington's blindness to Israel's highest interests at the United Nations. But none has even the remotest connection with the issue at hand, being merely disjointed hate symbols, and all beg the larger issue. Among the uninformed populace, such rationalizations for Israel's bizarre behavior in the Soblen case may possibly be suffered. Among presumably responsible leaders of a responsible government they can have no place whatsoever. Not only do they question the integrity of America's due process of law; they also suggest a cavalier disregard for the principles of international protocol. ? iUi-'-n %  Sovereignty of the Spirit We venture to say that the Israeli decision shortly cecome a cause celebre there. MAILS MMNKING OF THf SOStfN TfffAl ROBERT SOBLEN'S INNOCENCE or guilt is not the issue, and the substance of his crime can hardly be considered anv of Israel's Business, Athe British have already indicated. Soblen was con victed by a democratic government's highlv regarded judicial system; whereupon, he jumped hail and entered Israel Illegally, seel refuge there Bui Soblen's use of false papers constitutes imm. pmof of his own silent doubt -hat the Law of Return could apply to mm. and his present efforts to avoid deportation are little more than sanctimonious actions Intended dishonesUy to achieve his purposi r„.Ji' nm '.'. MmM ,' r ,!, n (;unon recognizing this, has reacted forthrignti) He might, indeed, have added that Soblen. a Uommu p > .' f re n <> Jew, for one can not be both a Communist and erim n I ."V" Law "' Return ce !" %  Junction in his c criminal on the lam or not. Only Soblen's fake suicide trv aboard >• Mael, plane flying him back to the United states changed what ought otherwise haw been little more than a ho. time for the Pri Minister in the no.sj sanctity of his cabinet room. landed''-. HV'" 1 "! 1! ,ains insistence that Soblen never in tact alo %  n" h aS remai "ed a Charge of the Israel, airline all So In In, %  '' "'""/' *' %  ? '" *"* '" t fr0m l ,(l a P" lit,Cal '"" potato, Ending square „, u r Majegtylj| ^ ., ^ Ken tril Z Zer S ",' '"u"* 1 a chw,ce Talmud-I.ke. to-'reopen" Ih. ili e aov n i ,'"* ,y haVe no Junsd.ct.on '" the matter, to re.h government s position, and above all to put Israel on the spot. AVOIDING THf OBLIGATION OF RfTUffN tsM M B .! F f 0RE "I 1 S bkns 'nnocence or guilt can not be the mainIsrael' T if '" l onccr ned. In my view, the issue rehiBltive to atl res Pnsibly in the matter of returning a !,,,':""' W ,n wh,ch has friendly diplomatic re!:, ingness to 1 L?. r !" ngements; and her seeming will ^i^iissas c n,ry in, sraei ,n rdcr ^rKoiMon^a^tir. 6 r sibly navc in mind when ,hcy ''• Israel onlv 1. lha l Isr e, national airline will fly Soblen back w uld ••rectifV th "" elSl To answer bv "y in ,hat ,h to give Soblen's attorn.'.v? 1 f ". lur f on the part of the 8 vcrn "" "' sho cause J "' U torce M,nis,r V of ,,,e ,u r "" demon strate not oSv MHti e f| 5rt *, tl0 !! ? 0uW "'" bc cance,ed ls ^ onij political naivete but social hypocrisy. Capturl 'iri'.a-n""" 1 '''"""" C0I, J UP Up shades of Adolf Kichmam. Soblen has ;„,-, ri ht f „! S Iiy ''" mea M 'or Britain denies that tr> insists on ii there whatever while our own ... .. •' law ..my Israel is ben, on a co cumscribit h certain finger of dishonor 1



PAGE 1

Fcge 14-A &f JfHi" A FfrrJdfinr (Joy, August 10. 1962 Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDtlN C Men Must Bear the Responsibility of Making Decisions MEN AND DECISIONS. By Lewis L. Strauss. 466 pp. New York: Doubleday. $6.95. LJOOVER, ROOSEVELT, TRUMAN and Eisenhower: Einstein. Fermi, von Neumann. Teller: Ac he son. Baruch, Bohr. Dulles. Oppenheimer. Lilienthal. Forrestal. Tafl — the names roll on with the ring of recent history. They have this common denominator, among others: at one time or another, their paths crossed with that ol another man's, Lewis L. Strauss. Admiral Strauss has been accused of being highhanded, especially as chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission, stubborn, severe, and irascible. No one has dared deny that he is also a dedicated, hardworking public servant. In this book, the Admiral has his say; with eloquence and some wit he reviews his career in terms i of the history-making decisions in which he has had some part, either directly or as a close observer. The result is an inside look at the process of those decisions which now shape our lives. Much of the book has never been told before, and Admiral Strauss is not one *e be coy. although he does indulge in some occasional modesty. The book begins with the author's first service as personal secretary (without pay) to an engineer tackling a difficult relief and food management operation. The portrait of Herbert Hoover and the early days of the Food Administration offers a unique view of the future President. A chapter titled "De Profundis" describes in sorrowful detail efforts to help the German Jews in 1933. when Strauss was a representative of the American Jewish Committee. Chapters on the Navy and attempts to Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN U.S. Jews are Taking' to Jewish Education Washington QFFICIALS IN the U.S. have "'observed that the Conference j of Jewish Organizations is no longer limited to defence ;:gainst AntiSemitism but is seeking to revive Judaism by improving Jewish education. COJO previously was known in ti r. as a sort of "popular front" behind which ing Jewish groups rallied for coordinatmeel crisis situations affecting Jews, Mainly. COJO fought threats to Jews and Israel. lead of crisis unity athe li reason for it? COJO is sponsoring :; World Assembly .' %  sh Education to meet Aug. 12 in Jerusalem. ators and comi from 33 •tu Ij hi possil % %  ol establii ish education. .-li educati in is I st si • the Ami rican J< ish tnmunity, i s! :: .,.: n annually, it .ol ; 17.000 teachers are in< i : trained This emer in • I lerii an Ass i iati in for Jewish E i .met! Jewish education in the Ui iti ad an inch ee] Between You and Me: BORIS SMOLAR Our American Future %*#HAT IS THE outlook for Jews m the United States? Today the Jews in this country are aware I of the fact that they have attainled a higher degree of well-being than any group of Jews in all history. However, no less important Ian organization than the American I Jewish Committee finds it appropriate to give u word of caution to American Jewry. Dr John Siawson. executive vice president of the organization, and its theoretician, points out that although there is no law of history which makes it inevitable thiit American Jews shall ultimately be exposed to decline, there is also no warrant for assuming that security and prosperity must be eternal. He warns that the long history of the Jews reveals drastic plunges from the heights of dignitv, security and affluence to the depths of discrimination, persecution and even extermination. He recalls the status of French Jewry 75 years ago, on the eve of the Dreyfus case, and of German Jewry under the Weimar Republic. He even contrasts Soviet Jews in the first decade after the Bolshevik revolution ith Soviet Jewry in the past 15 years, I dmits ;hat in France. Germany and Soviet en were a number of indigenous circumr'sible for Jewish distress that are the. I'nited States. nts out thai then is one general cir' which the Uniti Stati : not UP ulHe se. thi i I frustratioi '• %  the J :. tresses th • • .i gtati : lioi Young people are asking for teachers the) respect. Obviously, the first need is to educati i "educators." In the last 20 years enrol in Jewish Sunday schools, afternoon schools all-day parochial schools has doubled But ti ers. facilities, and institutions are below minii standards American Jewry has perfected fund-raising anti-defamation techniques. But somewhere thi il essence of Judaism, education, became negli and stagnant. The 600.000 students 1 learn but educational leadership has failed ti r.'.eet the challenge. For the first time in Jewish history, profi lucators and lay people from man; countries Included will be representatives %  : as Ira:,. India. Jugosli %  *frie"a Even Jama ci id anti-Semiti i ris 5 situat %  i f< r< nci will turn I sii task ol Ji conl : nee will I. iff' rences on 0",;. nt A unifii I : • ... king Many elenw reoccui would lik, to impose on i are subjects of mutual ii u % %  issu :the pi per rol< of [srae] %  mm I i onfi n nee wo worl I Ji I linking would be stimulated, There have been advances in commui and educational media almosl beyoi Telestar will soon beam informative pn ;ran fri continent to continent. But Jewish educat %  has nol entered the space age. Some say it has reach the horse age. A COJO planning committee met in Wash and decided to at least get Jewish educatii no th. launching pad. Label A. Katz. president of B'nai Brith and a co-chairman of COJO. saw the : .-alem assembly "as a determined and dran starting point to alleviate the deficiencies and ages in Jewish education facilities and programs and to initiate some realistic policies that can aec< erate improvements." Mr. Katz hoped the conference would make Jewish communities conscious that -education is the heartbeat of the Jewish future." While the conference will explore eight major areas ot concern, the primary one is an attempt to get Jews to treat education with the same concern as given to anti-Semitism. Israel .and fund-raising Also on the conference agenda are teacher training and placement, elementary, secondary and youth education, studies in institutions of higher aldTh n / Jr'/ h a "\ day Sch00,s adul education -nd the role of Israel as an educational center Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ avert war with Japan vie with thi IVA s.o-v and the Oppenheimer case for the reader'avid interest But it is those on the develoj i • I i I aton weapons which grip with the greatesl fast nation. "A rhousand Years of Regref is the quote whicl headlines i chapter on the atomic bomb, including cre-Manhattan Project nuclear research, and the agoniting decision i use the bomb on Japan: subsequent chapters chronicle strainfight for a long-range detection sy.-tem ol S viet tests and bitter strug.le lor the creation .: th hydn Jen bomb. Straus.does not spare th. -. f of hiiwn dark moment, when the Senate refuse) to advise -.'' I consent to his nomination as Secretary ot Ccmn erce. m iking him the ninth man in American histl : ti he lenied a Cabinet appointment; nor doehi > ; anti-Si nitism" as did many ol Ins backer.A fi • chap! thinking: man a' v dom of the belief "remain: i matti r %  : fail the author it is .. neci tii that men %  resp Ability to • dec isions I • i sei in ei t of decision ma; i ; to old chini c:.: withi comj ..%  : .. the wii perl Off the Record: By NATHAN Z1PRIN A Student's Opinion ARRY GOLD* 6TER Hi not '• ater's %  I %  • i %  l Hie you • %  thi it %  id %  Y : %  %  %  J ewisn %  %  -%  %  %  ^ oven later '.; • States By : % % %  : told thi stu :; %  • b, > a Christian, ol iwi him becaus, h, .. The almosl withoui ihinl • rhis is • .' h. said id ,,,u ,;, ->>"' rn, nalfaith-Ss '£ % %  *s .'..;;.:.;. ; ""— •• President" The Immigrant Always Longs for His Early Past BEN-GURION IS not -a.wfie,; „„i, „. # B *** + JEN-GURION is no) satisfied with the number ol immigrants Actually I%  %  doing excepti *el] on'thi I In.year, more immigrants cairn a in th. Ilowing the Gold R t Thi %  %  out of Egypt, .: %  %  I %  I mpunctuat il Si %  %  %  J I : : %  hen thej %  ... f th : i \ n i Hazzai %  of l I P Ihe Red Sea, & P I>1 %  w I