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

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

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

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"Oermsh. Flaridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JfW/SH WEEKLY
Voiun e 25 Number 34
Miami. Florida. Friday. August 24. 1962
Two Sections Price 23(?
ISRAEL'S TOP BANKING AUTHORITY
Slowdown in Investments Urged
c'SALEM (JTA)
I. Horowitz. Governor of
Bank of Israel, criticized
!h< vernment this week for
its txaggerated" encourage-
of ihe expansion. Mr.
,lz commented on the
nment's economic pol-
l report to the Cabinet
the Finance Committee
Knesset
The bank official's report
was issued in accordance
with a regulation in the
charter of tha Bank of Is-
rael which requires the gov-
ernor to submit a report on
the causes of monetary ex-
parsion if it exceeds IS per
cent within any 12-month
p*'icd. Since the beginning
of this year, currency in cir-
culation has already in-
ceased by 17.4 per cent to
i
DAVID HOROWITZ
'exaggerated encouragement'
a total of
S380.0O0.00O
stated.
.
I 1,140,000,000
the report
Recommending a slowdown
in economic activity and re-
duction of investments. Horo-
witz pointed out that there
are no unemployed produc-
tive factors in the country.
An exaggerated encourage-
ment of investments would
only lead to further inflation
but not to economic expan-
sion, he warned.
Horowitz' recommendations
call for further raising of the
bank's liquidity in order to
cut down on credits and also
to insure that the funds of
the recently adopted compul-
sory loan will not be injected
into the economy, but will be
frozen. The funds from the
development budget, he said,
should be used to strengthen
existing firms and provide
working capital.
British Racists
Get Jail Terms
For Hate Talks
Bonn Demands More Resignations From
Judges Who Served in Nazi Court System
BONN(JTAtA fresh opportunity to members of the West Ger-
man judiciary to resign their pests, if they had served the Hitler re-
gime in the Nazi Peoples Courts, is being contemplated here by the
Ministry of Justice, it was learned this week.
A bill passed by the Bundestag
lower House of Parliament, had
given such former Peoples Court
nidges and prosecutors intil June
30 to resign their jobs or face dis
missal, with loss of pension rights.
Only a little more than 100 judges
and prosecutors hail taken advan-
tage of that law
NO MOM RAllltS
LONDON (JTA) Colin Jor-
lan, leader of the British National
Socialist movement, was Tuesday
sentenced to two months' imprison-
ment for his activities during a neo-
Nazi rally in Trafalgar Square last
July 1. Jordan's deputy. John Tyn
dall. got a six-week jail sentence
for his part in the same rally.
Both men said they would appeal
the sentence. They were convicted
on charges of insulting behavior'
which could have resulted in a
breach of the peace.
The prosecution cited Jordan as "Spearhead" contrary to the Act.
having said at the rallv that "on They were ordered to appear in
September 3. 1939. the blackest day court on Aug. 27 to answer the see-
in British history, the long and in- ond charges.
tensive Jewish campaign was a crowa ot several hundred per-
crowned with success and the Jews sons gathered outside the court
of the world rejoiced." Tyn.iall long before the case was due to be
bad said at the same rally. "In heard. Some wore the Yellow Star
cur democratic society, the Jew is of David, emblem of the newly
like a poisoned maggot feeding on utablished Yellow Star anti-Fa*-
a bodv in an advanced state of de- cist movement, while others wore
PACf 11A
Testifying in his own defense
Jordan told the court that the
purpose of the meeting was t
put forward facts concerning the
extent to which "our country has
fallen under Jewish control to-
day."
When Jordan and his deputy ar-
rives in Magistrates Court on Tues
day, they were served with addi-
tional summonses for violation of
the Public Order Act. They were
charged with organizing and con-
trolling a movement known as
cay.
Anti Israel Moves in Algeria
Expected After League Approval
80,000 JEWS FIEE PACE S-A

AtftS. GOLDA MEIK
. leads delegation
REFUGEE QUESTION
Israel Mapping
UN Strategy
I'SALEM (JTA) Final
were being held at the
nistry here th;s week in
for Israel's policy to
I by the Government's
lo the next United Na
1 ral Assembly, conven-
18
S Comay, Israel's per-
esentative at the UN,
re for two weeks, par
in the discussions under
adership of Foreign Minister
["Ma Vleir and a team of high
' Ministry official- who will
'""" Pan ol isra.T, Assembl) del
' dion this year.
H|gh on the agenda of the cur-
rent discussions are the Arab
refuqee qu.$tion ,nd fne poSsjbil-
*V that a group of UN members
may propose another resolution
Continued on Page 11-A
Now, it is understood, Dr.
Wolfgang Stammberger, Minister
of Justice, is pondering the idea
of extending the resignation
deadline for a brief period. After
the expiration of that time, the
dismissals and subsequent loss
of pension rights would go into
effect. It is believed here that
a number of judges and prose-
cutors would welcome the eaten-
sion of the deadline.
Meanwhile, the most prominent
case of an e\ Peoples Court mem-
ber, fofmer Chief Federal prose-
cutor Wolfgang Fraenkel, is being
investigated by a member of West
Germany's highest court, the Su
preme Court at Karlsruhe The
probe had been ordered by Dr.
Stammberger. The report on the
Fraenkel case will go to the Dis
ciplinarj Court at West Merlin.
Fraenkel had been shown up as
Continued on Page -A
PARIS (JTA A series of
anti-Israel steps in Algeria were
indicted here as a result of Al-
geria's becoming a full member of
the Arab League. It was feared
that Algeria may follow Morocco's
example in cutting olf postal com-
munications with Israel.
However, the number of Jews
now left in Algeria is so small thai
-i:ch a move would hardly affect
the remaining Jews in the COUntr>
Approval of Algeria's becoming
o full member ol the Arab League
w ;i> voted by the League's Conn
til The Algerian move in join
ing the Arab body came as no sur-
prise, -nice three of the new conn
try's strongest political leaders
with pro-Egyptian sympathies-
swastika badges.
Magistrate J. P. Baccaclough
stated that much had been said in
court about freedom of speech, but
"there comes a degree of tolera-
tion that some people cannot put
up with The words used by the
two men were offensive to a larue
majority of the people, whether
Jews. Gentiles or Christians. They
were asking for trouble, he declar-
One Algerian Jew has meanwhile
During the debates in Parlia-
ment last month over the question
of the neo-Nazi rallies. Home Sec
retary Henry Brooke told the
House of Commons that he woull
been placed on the FLN (National
Liberation Front) list for the elec-
tions to the country's first Parlia-
ment due to be held Sept. 2. He
is M. Chouraqui, an Oran attorney
:lri(i a close relative of Andre Chou-
Continued on Page 16-A
Continued on Page 2-A
Argentine Police Free Nazi
After Jewish Center Attack
INV0Y ON WATCH
PAGl bA
BUENOS AIRES(JTA)Anti-Jewish violence flared again this
Vice Premier Ahmed Hen Bella, Wi,(,k m \r,.,.,,;, wncn an attack by an anti Semitic group on a Jew
former chief of staff Boumiedenne jsh lnrtltttUon u,(1 the wounding of one of the members of the anti
^^^^;^:Z^ gang, the beating up by incensed Jews of ......ther member
the League
'COMMON SENSE' AMONG PU3LICATI0NS DISTRIBUTED
Legion Chiefs Report Hate Mailings
SAN FRANCISCO (JTAI ion in this slate, large quantities
The California Department of the of hate materials have been mail-
American Legion (his week de
and to the arresl ol one Jew by the police.
The attack took place al 1
del Palomar, a suburb <>t tin- ,. p
ital, while a social function was
under waj at the local Jewish cen-
ter, known as Circulo Israelite Al-
berta Gerchunoff A group of
young anti Semites attacked the
part) and npped olf the center's
walls the name plate of the Jew-
sh institution,
nounced unknown persons who are
using a stolen roster of Legion of-
: fieers throughout this state as a
mailing list for the dissemination
;of anti-Semitic materials.
According to the California Leg-
ionnaire, official organ of the Leg-
ed to many Legion officers through-
out the state. The Legionnaire
stated that the names had been
taken from the slate's organiza-
tion's latest compilation which had
not yet been published
Included in the mailings are
publications by Conde McGinley,
publisher of Common Sense, and
anti-Semitic materials issued by
the Keep America Committee
and the American Birthright
Committee, both cf which are
linked with a person, the Legion-
naire stated, "widely known for
anti-Semitic activities."
"These attacks." the Legionnaire
Continued on Page 3 A
Defending themselves against
the attack, Jews 'n the center
fought back. They captured
one of the attackers, Orlando
Tedeschi, and handed him over
to the local police. During the
fracas, someone fired a shot.
Continued on Page 10-A


Page 2-A
Jmlsliflorkffar
Friday August 24. 1952
TI
li.
Expect 20J Tots
In JCC Program
Registration of more than 200
children is anticipated in the
er Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter early childhood development
program for the school year b >gii
ning Tuesday. Sept. i. stated A
Budd Cutler, president <>t the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center.
Fall registration is r.ow oing on
for children :> to '"> years of age at
the four locations of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center
Miami VMI1A Branch, ISO SW 16th
ave.; Miami Beach YMI1A Branch,
1536 Bay rd.; North County YMHA
Branch. 14096 NE 6th ave.; and
Southwest YMHA Branch. 7215 Cor-
al Wax
The entire staff of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter, including 22 nursery school
teachers, are available to serve
each individual child through a
guided group process at the Jew-
ish Community Center, according
to Efraim H. Gale, executive di-
rector of GMJCC
The nursery school year will be-
gin Sept. 4. Morning session prog-
rams are available Monday through
Friday of each week at a'.! t >ur
branches of CM JCC. In addition,
there is a full day program at the
Miami Beach YMHA Branch where
a hot lunch, as well as mid-morn-
ing and mid-afternoon refresh-
ments, are served Inspected and
insured Center vehicles, driven In-
experienced operators. furnish
transportation for the children from
home to school and back.
A staff of more than 25 profess-
ionally-trained personnel includes
a director and an ECD supervisor
at each branch, a psychiatrist who
serves as consultant to the staff,
and other specialists. The ECD
supervisor and director are respon-
sible for the full supervision, guid-
ance and in-service training of the
teaching staff
The program includes vocabulary
and concepts through play. art.
music and story telling, as well as
helping each individual to develop
socialization experiences in accord-
ance with his age level and phy-
sical and emotional maturity.
In charge of information are
Miami Beach Branch, Mrs. Helen
Weinstoek; Southwest Branch. Mrs
Miriam Harris; North County
Branch, Mrs. Bertha Kramer; Mi-
ami Branch. Emanuel Tropp.
Nazi Leaders in Britain
Sentenced to Jail Terms
Continued from Page 1-A
nexl move In deal
.Ionian's neo-Nazi group ,.
about a week after American '
. mii his nexl move in ihhh- party leader George Rockwe
W(A Hie qwjhoiurf racist dem ;.nested and deporteitUnh" .
,1 ed States, after he p&rticip ,
11 outdoor camp meeting sports
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the newly-constructed
Hebrew Academy. 2A00 Pine Tree dr., registers the school's
:3th 33th and 100th new students tor the anticipated record-
breaking school year. Mrs. Morry Fox. of 1800 SW 85th ct
Miami, brinae her children, Jonathan 512. Jeffrey 9. and
Susan 3. to sign up for classes beqinning Sept. 5. The children
Of Dr. Morry Fox will attend the Beach school everyday from
South Miami via new buses provided by the Academy.
Spearheads Dade Scholarship Unit
One Of the earliest benefactors of the University of Miami
of the trait} >f Miami and a u/eissel has lived in Coral Cables
pioneer resi lenl ol Coral Cables 1- for some 10 years, The 74-year-ol I
irr.ong the principal founders ol pioneer builder was recently lap-
the re.....Ij irganized Citizens ped by the University ol Miami's
Scholarship Foundation of Hade chapter of ODK, highest I'M hon
C unty, orary, in recognition ol his eon
He Is sam Weissel. of 1432 Tnllo iribulions to the universit)
ave., (.'oral Cables, in conjunction Weissel is a former president ol
with the University of Miami, he Temple Judea ol Coral Cables lie
i- helping to establish a group is on the board ol director- ol the
v. inch v ill assist worthy students People-to-People program lor Car
!< attend the university even if tagena, Colombia, sister city of
Coral Cable.- in South America.
'pom*jwi**m^T)v inn
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
Phone JE 1-3595
?45 MICHIGAN AVE., MIAMI BEACH
...,. after the conclusion 1
,,. .: case in the British courts
Ordered to appear in court here
, ,v week along with Jordan to
answer the charges were John Tyn
|an Kerr-Ritchie and Dennis
I he four men wi re accuser1
.111
1 .,. spearhead' in conlraven
l,on ol Section 2 ol Ihe Public Or
,.; \, 1 S| earhead 1- alleged U>
, : gamzation connected with
,he N alisi Movement
The summonses issued by Chiel
strate Sir Roberl Blundell. are
retun able Aug
If found guilty of the charges,
Jordan ar.d his associates face
possible jail terms of up to two
years. The charges against the
four British neo-Nazis followed a
raid on Jordan's headquarters in
week 030 by Scotland Yard, in
which large quantities of docu-
ments, uniforms, flags, swastikas
and portraits of Ac'olf Hit er and
Rudolph Hess were ;?iied and
turned over to Attorney General
Sir Jorn Hobson.
The decision by the Uovernn 1 1
to take leRal proceedings against
ed by the British National
isi movement.
Protests had been voii ed
lii menl and in the Britisl
, ver the recent a< tivities
organizations which have
,,., in the arresl of some 200 r<
. 1 ring neo Nazi rallies in
lorhoods here
'Evening in Paris?
An "Evening in Paris." 1 ila
fashion show, will be sponsored by
the Sisterhood of Adath Yeshumn
on Wednesday evening. Sept. 9.
Originals by Pierre Dialby will be
featured, and the show will be nar-
rated by Edith Zipp, fashion col-
umnist of The Jewish Florilian.
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* kn Ut Flririctirir
Page 3-A
Beach Matriarch Adds to Her Years
With Purchase of $100 Israel Bond
A tribute to the memory of 50.000 Greek Jews who died at
the hands of the Nazis has been made by Dr. Nahum Gold-
mann, president of the World Jewish Congress, in a message
en the unveiling of a monument erected by the Jewish com-
munity of Salonica in honor of Greek Jewish martyrs. Dr.
Goldmann said "the Jewish people will never forget the
Greek Jewish victims of the Nazi tragedy." The massive stone
monument, surmounted by a modernistic menorah, was un-
veiled in the Jewish cemetery in Salonica in the presence of
epresentatives of Greek authorities, delegates from major
Jewish bodies, and Jews from all the Greek communities.
New York Police Renew
Effort to Enforce Sunday Law
YORK (JTA) A re-
the New York city police
enf< rce the city's
hich hit hardc-t at such
rpris< ..> delicati ssen
::.'..- c\ oked sharp
:;- week from leaders of
zations
i rackd< ivn 11 (tan S n
canvassed residential
.. .
somi foods wl


DOG RACtNe
EVERY NiGkT
UHOAV Q'UI

NO MINORS
..' .:'.! it only dur-
i g certain hour- during th<
Butchi i- v ho wen su| posed to be
. i ~i i i .i atessen ston and
bakeries ruh can sell cooked or
prepan II oi 1} betw i (n i p m
and 7:30 r m were hardesl hil
Saul Bernstein, administrator
of the Union of Orthodox Jewish
Congregations, said the law was
"so full of inconsistencies and
exceptions 'hat any kind of en-
forcement is impossible and ab-
S'jrr1.'' N'c'ing that drug stores
"sell every conceivable thing
without harassment" on Sundays,
he asked why the police "pick
on food stores."
Hi v \ State s

againsi
th oi
n Sunda;
\, \ ; State < s-
sion earlier this year
,(--mi low. xe<
;, ctor i I lh< Vn i rican Jew ish Con-
hat the renewal ol
forcemenl pi the city "archaic*'
Sunday lav ai arentl> discrimii
i : against one i> pe ol op-
i rator s of d si es
A $100 Israel Bond sold to a Mi-
ami Beach woman is differenl from
any other in existence, according
to Mayshie Friedberg, oi I7fi9 Len-
ox ave.. and he ought to know
Fricdberg is the white-haired,
i crisp-looking retired electrician
', who lives here with his wife. Rose,
and who is known by sight to thou-
sands.
On his own, Friedbrg travels
throughout the community with
literature, pledge cards, and a
ales pad for "investments in
Israel." And what is Friedbcrg's
commission?
"The knowledge that I am doing
: something and helping others do
| something for the greatest miracle
in the worldIsrael. says Fricd-
berg.
Without fatigue. Friedberg talks
it up for the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal, Israel Bonds, the Jewish Na-
tional Fund, and other Jewish
philanthropic and l-rae!i causes.
lie distributes pamphlets, cards he
has had printed at his own expense
and a variety of other inducements
for the people he approaches to
bu> an Israel Bond, to sign a CJA
card, or to bi come a sup-
porter ol JNF
Also al his ov. n exp< -< h< ad-
vertises in local newspapers, urg-
ing Greater Vliamians to "Stand
//S tA st
June 1-Sept. 15
Tilereth Israel Registration
Tifereth Israel Congregation will
have registration lor Sunday and
Hebrew school from Monday
through Sunday. Sept. 9. between
8 a in and 5 p.m.
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On one recent occasion. Fricd-
berg approached Mrs Rachel Ra-
binowitz. of 845 Meridian ave.. who
sat reading a Tillim (Psalms of
David) on the patio of her apart
roent house The ancient matri-
arch, in a "babooshka." stopped
Friedberg to inform him that =he
ha.i seen him on a number of oc-
casions during his charitable
rounds.
"Son."' she said. "1 see that you're
giving away i thing 1 want.''
Whereupon. Mr.-. Rabinowitz told
Friedberg that, over a period of
many years, she had been saving,
dollar-to-dollar, for the purchase
of "tachricbun" (Orthodox ritual
shroud i when she passed away.
"But I $ee that Israel can give
me long life," she said. "So I'll
just let the Angel of Death wait
another ten yearsor as long as
it takes me to save up for the cost
of new tachrichim."
"She must hav< been saving a
long time.'' Friedberg declared
"because she took me into her
Iment, and painfully counted
out the money for the SlOO Israel
Bondsingli lollar bills and even
Si bills, which certainly are rare
thest day s."
Added Friedberg proudly: "I've
: $1,000 Israel Bonds on many
occasions. But no sale and no pur-
chaser thrilled me so much as
this
Legion Gets
Hate Literature
Continued from Page 1-A
stated, "are not only foreign to
everything the American Legion
stands for. but are intended to stir
ctrife in a typical, underhanded.
Communist-inspired way. We must
weed out these snakes who are
using Legion lists for subversive
and illegal purposes ."
"The Legion." continued the vet-
erans' newspaper, "does not tol-
erate religious and racial prejudice
in any form Bigotry is inimical
to the American way of life which
I In Legion is ple.lged to defend."
Rockwell Seeks New Charter
RICHMOND (JTA) -The Vir-
ginia Slate Corporation Commiss-
ion ordered a hearing on Sept. 4 on
the charter application of George
Rockwell. self-styled American
Nazi and leader of the American
Nazi Party Rockwell applied for
; charter for "A.N.P Inc." af-
ter the Virginia General Assembly
approved a measure banning use
of the name American Nazi Party.

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Twin Links of Survival
In his welcoming remarks to the world
ccnference on Jewish education, Prime Min-
ister Ben-Gurion again dwelt on what is for
him the sharp distinction between Israeli and
diaspora Jewry.
He accomplished this by a seemingly
ccsual definition of his use of the term, "Zion-
ist" which, he said, referred specifically to
one who lives in Zion. But there was noth-
ing casual about the definition, the term, or
the reference. Mr. Ben-Gurion is too complex
c man for such accidents.
While, at other times, he has been sub-
jected to a good deal of criticism for his ap-
parently provocative point of view with re-
spect to Zionism and Jews who fail to make
Israel their permanent home, on the occasion
of the education conference the Prime Minis-
ter seemed justified.
As he sees it, Jewish education today has
a more cogent purpose than ever before in
our history. Previously, the transmitting of
Jewish tradition, culture, and religion from
cne generation to the next meant the survival
of Jewry at large. Today, it means this
and more.
Today, it means not alone the assurance
of our continuity as a people, no matter to
which homeland the individual Jew may owe
allegiance; it also guarantees the strengthen-
ing of the vital link between Jews inside and
outside of Israel. What, in effect, Mr. Ben-
Gurion told the conference was that economic
ties between the two Jewries apart, ties whose
importance no one realistically downgrades,
the single and central relationship justifying
the existence of each, and assuring the per-
petuation of both, is our common identifica-
tion with the ancient Jewish past.
Only through Jewish education is this
possible. And to such high purposes, the
Prime Minister keyed his remarks as a sug-
gestion for the conference's ultimate consid-
eration.
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PARENTAL RESPONSIBILITY
Israel's Prime Minister believes that
in Jewish education alone can Jews out-
side of Israel assure their continuing ex-
istence. He also believes that this assur-
ance is vital to the success of Israel's to-
morrow. For, anguished though he may
be about the diaspora's weak immigra-
tion to Zion, Mr. Ben-Gurion is realistic
enough to recognize that Israel's survival
depends in large measure upon vigorous
support of his country from Jews abroad.
Hence, in his view, the twin links
in the ultimate guarantee of the world
Jewish continuum. And all of which
brings us to this point:
September is at hand, and school
bells will shortly be ringing. Have you
registered your children in a religious
school of your choosing? All other con-
siderations apart, the question the Israel
Prime Minister raised, and which the con-
ference considered in detail, is of little
significance without the tangible accept-
ance of the individual parental responsi-
bility to transmit our ancient and glor-
ious heritage down through the genera-
tions.
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Possible Bonn Decision
An extremely vital question making no
headlines these days is the current West Ger-
man consideration to extend the S866,000,000
reparations agreement which comes to an end
shortly.
The differences are these: There would be
~ single bulk payment, which the Jews must
accept as final settlement for the systematic
during the week
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plunder of the Nazi Third Reich; the funds,
unlike those deriving from the reparations
agreement, would not be tagged specifically
for Israel; the West German Government would
create no machinery for the business of pay-
ment, leaving it to Jewish organizations to de-
cide among themselves who should be respon-
sible for accepting the lump sum and how to
dispense with it.
In the event such a decision is reached
in Bonn, this will obviously create immense
problems for world Jewry, hardly the least of
which stems from the fact that Jews are not
a nation but individual citizens of a variety
of nations. Who could speak for all? Who
could accept the lump payment, and in the
name of whom?
When Israel was the beneficiary, these
guestions seemed of little importance, for ulti-
mately two autonomous governments dealt
with one another in the fulfillment of the terms
of the reparations agreement. Certainly, more
light should be shed on this issue before it
becomes a realityone which, obviously, can
not be handled summarily.
The Nub of the Question
Britain's stern reaction to the hooligans
who call themselves neo-Nazis and neo-Fas-
cists is one that merits careful U.S. considera-
tion.
We addressed ourselves to this consid-
erahon last week in some casual comment on
he differences between the American hand-
ling of George Lincoln Rockwell and that of
our British cousins.
The sentencing of two Nazi leaders in
London several days ago is a case in point
which demonstrates the validity of our posi!
on. We in the U.S. tolerate a" good deal of
nonsense from Rockwell and his ilk in the
name of free speech and a variety of othe*
constitutional provisions that guarantee The
rights of the ind.vidual in a democrat society
Wi ,0?' LhaVf ,he Bri,ish tolerated Colin
Jordan and his band for the snm* ,!
But. in sentencing Jordan and h,sdepuTfZ
Tyndall, to jail the other day. the p residZ
judge put it all in a nutshell- Sometimes onl
can go too far in the matter of senaTat
enemies have every opportunity^ destroy *
Friday, August 24, 1962
AT A FRIEND'S home the
** other night, we dined with
Santiago Gajardo. H.- is the
Alcalde of Antofagasta. Chile
The Mayor is only 29 years
old. He is-, of course, youth
fullooking and hands) me. He
was winding up an official
tour of a number of large
American cities at the invita-
| j lion of the L'.S. Go\ rnn enl
and expected to return to ,\n-
tofagasta the nexl da> li his halting English, assisted b> si
Department interpret! with him, the Mayor spoke
tl .: ..-
i.:. to thi severe poverty ol his cons
.,,.- self as a loader of the Christian D<
eratic Partj Vnt ta. I detected a slight chip on his she
y found out why. Our friends live .
urious, v whose glass-walled living room
and li > canal, on which is docked their boat
Maj imed we were all wealthy Rei
li,. sigi y when he discovered that everyone pn
inch member <>f the Democratic l'.,r.
his brow wrinkled with incomprehension at the joint confessi
Alcalde becami even more disbelieving when I suggested that n
Americans, far more opulent financially than our hosts, open I)
tilled as Democrats And when I added that the Republican !
on the other hand counted among its adherents an equal!) signil
number ol upsl i lizens ho could in no way sit down al i
same poki th thi Rockefellers or tin Romneys, th< \.
threw up his hands in .;.-. isi
VAST SOCIAL MPKOVtMtm PROGRAM
there appeared little point and less statesmanship in
' prospect of i im a lecture on the inspiring compli Kitu
American socia actioi hough, by the end of th< evening
entertained hig that he was well able to understand what had
at first seemed incomprehensible to him. (An active parallel dis-
cussion of the Presidencies ol Roosevelt and Kennedy, each a multi-
millionaire, and both Democrats, helped launch him in the i
direction.) Instead. I tried to draw nut the Alcalde on matters in
his nun Municipalidad Antogafasta.
Thi- pics- in Antofagasta, he said, has given him no support.
Owned by ilu American Guggenheim family. Sr. Gajardo said that
this ultra-rightist publication could find little or nothing kind to saj
about him. If for no other reason, he found it all the more surpris-
ing because he suspected that the Guggenheim* are Jewish. Wen
not all Jews liberal-minded? I told him he suffered from a terribli
delusion, nevertheless using his own preconceived notion as a means
of further elaborating on the earlier confusion between wealth and
ideological affiliation: If the Guggenheims were Jewish and mono-
lithicall) powerful, why should he expect them to support his some-
what left-inclined administration in Antofagasta?
He conceded th< [Hunt, and turned with pride to discussing the
vast social improvement program of the Government of Chile. I
asked him to explain, if he could, the sudden and violent outbursts
of anti-Semitism today, particularly in Argentina and Uruguay. The
Alcalde confessed that he knew nothing about them. Jews in Chile
he firmly announced, experience no such indignities. The State De
partment interpreter a native Colombian, also denied any knowledge
of anti-Semitism in South America at this time, provincially and
properly saying that Colombians hold the Jews in highest regard
Indeed, if there is any religious prejudice in his former homeland
today, he noted with the joy typical of Catholic observers in a pre-
dominantly Catholic society, it would be directed mainly against th
impossible" Protestants, who are forever engaging in missionary
activities there.
ASSISTANCl MUST RtACH THt NUDt
WUHAT DID THE Chileans think of the Alianza para Progresso?
The Alcalde replied that they welcomed it. not alone for its own
Bake, but as a siyn of America's "reevaluation" upward of the
significance of Latin friendship and the attendant 'deemphasis in
our previous Europe-centered diplomacy. Would the I960'.- Ken-
nedy program be a tragic example of the too-little-too-late indictment
against us in the 1940's? In short, was the Soviet Union well al
of the I ,S. in Chile and other southern hemisphere lands?
The Alcalde underscored the fact that he spoke as political I.
of a severely impoverished area ripe for social change and then
categorical insisted that the Soviet was nowhere near being as far
entrenched a- we reared Decidedly, he emphasized. Alianza para
i rogresso had com,, to South America in time. But he did offer this
warning: We had best make sun- that Alianza assistance filters down
to the_ people and doesn'l gel lost in the hands of the flrmly-entn
eo. wno continue to resist the land reform prerequisites upon which
the program is based.
The State Department interpreter tended to corroborate thi
uiV T'W m broader Urms for the '^"n na,ions as a wholi
Mien our hosl suggested thai Alianza para Progresso doesn't really
reempt European consciousness in American policv-making circle-.
, ("'r Pswar concentration on the continent grew out of th-
ffirmJ?.? aggression of Communism there, both men merelj
front """"' US' "WM-OMM on more anti-Comnium-t
f
AN IJOlATfO mw Of ISOLATION
BU[ F C0URSE Alianza para Progresso is too late," a Jewish
uuitc eer',t,?nn,K.muUl!t'm's Mna ,old the other night. I am not
Ph n- oZ i' -,hc ha" fM fro,n *hat ** growing atmos
Se Lnl aunh,St'm,tlsm *here. He simply seemed to have arrived al
he dw m T "a! ,,me in nis lift-' o make a move; and move
political exile""'' "*" Ume laki"S 0n ,he exotic vieW '
of tlHT,Fr0nDU,T r'h' '*"* fr cvcr>-thing." he announced, "the Ujf
return ,o pwt(,hV and rxn-uiL t. 'n< ""lelr, Sa E,,chmann" I Mked h.m if the anti-Semitism is
lad Absolutely." he replied. 'In Urugay. In Chile. I"
,,.;;"' And is .Bflluratln. everywhere. They have kidnapped
Like th, vw, '1>Wi,s,,k:'- into their bodies. They bomb synagoi
addd ": ,,-.,,,:-, tdcj, not, look good." Then h,
the Alcalde of !'"'! -""!>: "CaMro." I though, ba.
*.....Wt. Sr. Gajardo had d
Kenned) principal error wa-
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+Jewish fhrktten
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80,000 Jews Have Fled Algeria
' ram Fox cuts the ribbon en a new, 10-room bungalow
Bat Avot Parents' Home) in Hclon. Israel, as Mr. Fox
and Isaac Hamlin. Israeli representative r{ the Vacd Hapoe!,
The building is part of en expansion program of
Batei Avot operated by Mishan. Histadrut's welfare
merit in Israel.
Miami Csuplc \r, Welfare Gif*
Mr Vbrarn Fox. South | The Foxes celebrated their anni-
i I- ;ious leaders,, versary during the dedication cere-
labli-1 a 10-rO'im bungalow h monies ;it Holon, where scores of
tl. I',, Wot, a home for parents, he residents at the home personal-
r: [loli I>rael. on the occasion of' ly thanked the Miami civic leaders
weddiru anniversary. lor their gift.
wedding anniversary.
Anni .< merit oi the contribution
!, l-r. welfare program was
made b> the Grea'er Miami Israel
Hi.-tadr, Committe. Fox. who
now makts his home in Israel with
Mr~ I for half )f each year
-, i-m three years as presi-
dent ': the local Histadrut com-|
mitte* The new building was ded-
ited memory )f the Foxes'
ji.indrr Jer, Mrs. Sima Feifer.
Alsc ictiv* in the Israel Bond
cimpa in and other Israeli aid
progra--;, the Foxes visited the
Bet Avc- in the company of Isaac
Hamlir representative of the
Vaad t-cpoel. The Bet Avot is
operate by Mishan, Histadrut's
welfart repartment.
: .ei Avot ire operated by
Ih>tadn :i Haita. Efel and Jeru-
Tne homes provide com-
Mayors to Use
ADL Publication
The United States Conference of
Mayors has issued to 500 mayors
>f the major cities of the United
Stato the book "Profile of Com-
munism."
A factual primer on the theory
and practice of Communism, the
hook was prepared and has been
1 -tributed under the auspices of
the Anti-Defamation League of
i C nai B'rith.
Rurne't Roth. Florida chairman
o( the Anti Defamation League
I board, -aid that the project was in
.-pired by Mayor llavdon Burns, Ol
' Jacksonville, who is president of
the conference
In a statement to the League,
NEW YORK (JTAi More;
than 80,000 Algerian Jews, out of
a total population of 115.000. have'
left Algeria during the past six
mi tiths. as part of the ceneral
European migration from that
country which has reached 503.000,
according to a report Issued here
this week by the American Jewish
Ci mmittee. Due to this mass ex-
odus "no organized Jewish life"
exists in Algeria today, the report
stated
The reporl is b ise I on inl
n from inside Algeria at nti r
views with Algerian immigrants.
! points oul that although the pres-
ent Algerian regime has promised
Algerian Jews a status equal with
Moslem-, the Jewish community
fear- that it may be caught in the
same plight as their co-religionists
in other newly independent coun-
tries of North Africa "where sub-
stantial Jewish communities exist-
ed until a decade ago."
While the Algerian signatories
of the Ev'an Agreementwhich
set up Algerian independence
are moderates. Vice Premier
Mohammed Ben Bella, who has
gained the upper hand in the Al-
gerian power struggle, has been
linkel with Egypt's President
Nasser and other extreme Mos-
lem nationalists. Thus, the
European community in general,
and the Jewish community in par-
ticular, sees the possibility th=7
Moslem extremeists, many of
whom lived in Cairo during the
independence struggle, will gain
control, the report stated.
The Evian Agreement, the report
i said, promises Algeria's Jews the
same rights as other Europeans.
However, some FLN leaders have
long been adamant in their convic-
tion that Algerian Jews were Al
gerians, "even if they consider
themselves French." Since all in-
dications point to an indefinite per-
iod of "political and spiritual tur-
moil." the report asserted that the
Jewish community has no assur-
ance that the eventual leader- of
the Algerian Government will "de-
sire to observe the promises of the
Evian Agreement in good faith."
At present. France i- the goal
for most Algerian Jewish
grants According to the report,
the newcomers arrive with a mini-
mum of personal effect-
i- impossible to leave A1
more than a few pieces of
" The report warned t
mers compete i
housing and jobs exit
i ,-t groups in Fi ai
anti-Jewish elements an
Europeans i
. Semitism "
School Readied
Fcr Mid-October
Ji shua Segal, chairman
Beth Am new building committee,
announces thai the Mark Ligh
school will be rea ly for occupancj
by the middle of Octo
'I he building will include tl i
rary, a large arts and crafts
a music room and two double class
n ims for teen-agers and adult edu-
cation classes. The youth lounge
will follow in construction along
with the new sanctuary, which
will have -loo permanent seats
Sam Puder is the architect, and
Morton Fellman is the engineer.
Miller and Solomon are the con-
tractors.
v.T/1 the < rl.-iil
EDITOR, The Jewish For.; in
n c v ith il
in the case of Dr Sobl
r more so with I '.
Leo Mil
ten encj to listort issues :
l am gl "' '
ished i"-r onalities p it
- ilen ase in it.- right per-; .
SALICIA BLUV
Miami
Nursery School Opener
Sunday school at Temple Sinai
will begin on Sept. 9. Starting date
| for the nursery school will be Mon-
day. Sept. 10.
dtwltwu JIaaL
Z
Aoilina,
a
SHERATON
H0TELs CONFIRM
in their old age for eith- Mayor Burn- declared. "I am de-
worker- or for cldcrh lighted 10 have been able to have
parents I Histadrut members. In a part in arranging for this distri
ere are numerous Amer- bution. I feel that this very fine
J. ho have retired in I- hook will prove to be of trotnen-
r social security pen- dous value to the mayors of our
Bate u >t. nation "
BOTH
ROOM
(AND THE
BATE
DURING THE WEEK... US I SEE II
Continued from Page 4-A
. the : Pigs action
w.i that the U.S
prei the Alcalde
It is thai the U S
attempt! .1 invasi i I i- a means
Of int.. -cing the internal affairs
of am: r Latin nation, thus giv-
- stance t > the prevalent
Comm nist inspired charges of I
American imperialism." As the
Alcaic- saw it. ("astro will die on
the mi i out of his sheer isolation
from U rest of Latin America.
Is on"" the Jewish physi-
cian fi i Buenos Aires cried in-
credulously. "Who and what can
be m' gasta?"
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Friday. August 24, 1952
Education Meet Sets Up International Bureau
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
first comprehensive attempt to
deal with the problems and means
i>! strengthening Jewish education
on a worldwide scale was made this
week at Ihe World Conference on
Jewish Education which was con-
vened here by the Conference of
Jewish Organizations and attended
by 500 laymen an,i professional edu-
cators from 32 communities out-
side Israel.
Major emphasis at the sixday
parley centered about the need for
Jewish communities outside Israel
to take a greater interest in the
Jewish education of youths and
adults and to allocate the maxi-
mum possible funds for Jewish
schools.
Among the recommendations
proposed by weeklong workshops
on various aspects of Jewish edu-
cation were the establishment of
a worldwide "clearing house" to
provide information and research
on Jewish education on a global
scale and he suggestion that em-
phasis be laid on knowledge of
the Hebrew language as a "means
of uniting world Jewry in time
and space."
The i il
ir Jewish and
ege at the
Hebrew University for Jewish edit-
n m countries outside
was proposed in an
ol conference by Dr.
Ian "I New York,
ol Je tries o
I ling on Jewish c mmun-
ximum support to
laj si h wls, the conference dele-
ati sai i that such institutions
musl be esl iblished in accor
with the laws of the respective
stati and nations to provide grad
!.: tes with rec gnized degrees
si ho'.arship.
In a report on day school attend- Reconstruction!!
ance. il as noted that 53.6 per cent 'i he specia
el the 139.000 youth enrolled in
Jewish education in the tree lands
outside of Israel and the United
States, attend day schols. This
figure, however, includes the 7.000
students attending day schools in
North Africa and Iran where no
other schooling is available for
Jewish children.
nn nity
., World
address to the
Mordecai Kap-
founder ol the
movement,
College,
Otherwise, only South Africa,
whose 12.0C3 Jewish pupils are
about evenly divided between day
schools and supplementary Jew-
ish education, has more than one-
third of its students enrolled in
yeshivot rr their equivalent. In
the United States, the report de-
clared, there were 50,000 day
school, students enrolled in 290
schools in 102 communities.
The educators also urged the en- Dr William Brickman, professor
couragement of Yiddish as "an ol education in the Graduate School
important medium of communiea- of Education of the University of
tion and culture in preserving the Pennsylvania, and one of the prom-
Jewish heritage." Jewish denomi- inent leaders in the education field
national and secular groups engag-' who addressed the conference, urg-
ed in adult study programs were ted the financial support of day
called upon to "cooperate instead schools by the organized Jewish
of compete" in their activities. community, but insisted there must
The Jewish all-day school was be no "unnecessary control" ot
characterized by the educators as their administration, curricula or
"the crucial point" for continuity I "internal spirit" by the secular
JWB Center On New Stamp
Panama as well.
By Special Report
The National Jewish Welfare
Board's Armed Forces Service Cen-
ter in Balboa. Canal Zone, appears
on a new 21c air mail stamp is-
sued by the Republic of Panama.
The JWB center, identified as
the "Singagoga de la Zons del
Canal." serves as a focal point for
religious, cultural and educational
activities for American GIs in the
area.
During World War II. it was
used as a USO club and now houses
local USO activities. Many of its
programs involve civilians in the
Zone and from the Republic
Teachers
Dr Kaplan proposed, would tram
prospective Jewish leaders from
countries outside Israel. The min-
istry." with headquarters in Israel
and bureaus in various parts of the
world, would form part of a coop-
erative process whereby, the
speaker said, -each trend in Jew-
ish life, or version of tradition,
would attain Ihe maximum of what
is desirable, on its own terms."
The proposed college, said Dr.
Kaolan, wculd help alleviate "the
critical shortage" of Jewish
teachers around the world and
would, at the same time, assist
toward developing "the spiritual
solidarity of the Jewish people."
The institution would also aid the
growth of Jewish adult educa-
tion which needs additional teach-
ing manpower.
How serious the teacher shortage
is in the Jewish educational Held
was indicated in another address.
by Dean Eisig Silberschlag, ol
Hebrew Teachers College of Bos-
ton. In the I'nted Slates, he said,
where the Jewish community need-
ed a minimum of 800 new teacher-
last year, the small Jewish teach-
ers colleges graduated only 150
The majority of Jewish teachers
in Britain, said the Bostonian, are
"ill prepared for their task." He
noted that Jews' College, at Lon-
don, had onlv 35 students last year,
in. director of wmle ,he ,nree teachers schools
in France produced 'fewer grad-
of
the Center and L'SO-JWB area di-
rector, who has served as JWB rep-
resentative in the area since 1937.
has been honored by the communi-
ties of the Canal Zone and of Pan
ama for his work in fostering cul-
tural relations among North Amer-
icans and the local residents. Most
recently he was awarded the Or-
der of Balboa, the Republic of
Panama's highest decoration.
It is believed that this is the
first time that a government has
issued a series of postage stamps
on the subject of religious free-
dom.
uates than you could count on both
hands." In Latin America. Dean
Silberschlag said, "the Jewish sem-
inaries struggle toward achieve-
ment of their financial and educa-
tional goalsneither of which is
too high."
Dr. Silberschlag stressed the
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US Envoy in South America
Studies Anti-Semitic Outbreaks
WASHINGTON JTA) The
I'nited States embassies in Argen-
tina and I'rugua) are continuing
to watch anti-Jewish acts in those
countries, the State Department
assured Tuesday !i seems that
the Argentine authorities are "full)
aware Of the need to take firm
measures in the present circum-
stanes." the State Department add-
paramount obligations in the Jew ed
ish communities, concerning educa-
tion," and warned against expect-
ing Israel to solve the spiritual and
intellectual needs of Jewish educa-
tion outside Israel. He also urged
the use of improved techniques to
help spread the learning of the He-
brew language.
The charge that Jewish tduca-
tion in the United States was tak-
ing conducted "in vacuum" was
made at the conference by Rab-
bi Benjamin M. Kahn, national
director of the B'rtai B'rith Hillel
Foundations. He said that most
Jewish students on American Col-
lege campuses, if they had any
Jewish schooling at all, are "pro-
ducts of an educational system
that functions almost completely
outside the home and in a context
generally irrelevant to the prob-
lems and structure of Jewish
community life."
Rabbi Kahn. who spent 22 years
in campus work, told the dele
gates: "Jewish education by itself
was not the answer to motivating
\outh toward creative Jewish lite,
as the content of education is ir-
relevant to the problems of the
Jewish community, thus making
Jewish education a sterile proposi-
tion.''
Dr. Oscar I Janowsky, of the
City University of New York, who
is educational consultant for B'nai
B'rith. deplored the "fragmenta-
tion" of Jewish education resulting
from what he called "institutional!
denominationalism." He express
ed respect for "diversity" in Jew-
ish education where such differ-
ence is based on true distinctions,
as between the Orthodox, Conser-
vative and Reform branches of
Judaism. But, he declared, many
other differences "do not really
reflect genuine distinctions "
He urged the American Jewish
community leaders to devote them-
selves tov, ird lifting standards in
Jewish e lucation and to increas-
ing ihe appropriations bj
communities tor Jewish schools
The assurance was given by
Assistant Secretao il State Fred-
erick C. Dutton to Sen Jacob K
Javits, New York Republican our
officers in Buenos Aires." Mr Dut-
ton said "will continue to press
with member- of the Argentine
Government the concern of all de-
cent men whenever minority groups
are subject to unlawful acts
Tlie U.S. embassy in Montevideo,
Uruguay, reported measures tak-
en by Uruguayan authorities .-<-
eluding establishment <<' streel pa-
trols by the police reinforced y
Uruguayan army troops, high I
patrols, and 100 police normally is
signed to the interior of the court
try. as well as police raids agains;
the headquarters of organization
suspected of involvement in the
anti-Jewish incidents.
The IS embassy in Montevideo
reported to Washington: "The Uru-
guayan public and press have be-
come ver> concerned at these un-
fortunate incidents, which are
thought to be the work of a very
few extremist members ol a *
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REMINISCES ON EXCITING TRIP TO ISRAEL SEVERAL YEARS AGO
New U. of M. President Views Miami's Future
By ISABEL GROVE
Staff Writer
"] bi liei i thai the Unit ersity of
:... a n':i lezyous with
Dr Hi nrj Kii ; Stan-
I new presidcnl ol the uni-
tat and I h a e no
r I i ai on I1"' ir !( I '
of that h mi
ol Bii ninuhuni S
.i' for i I
i i Miami Dr la
add.' ir u
ity to pla) if it
continui tanci
ei mmunilj What I
'. 'the pract'cal town and the
nit;.. i" .:. can make ci m-
i n ca se for the lasting benefit
< .; country."
Wic'sly known as a prominent
rc'ycafor and forceful speaker,
'-t president, in his UM office
here since July 1, painted out
iat *he university is a great
rivic asset to the community.
"The cui'jrjl, intellectual and
rr.oral atmosphere it creates,
r-akes the community a better
f.'aee tc live in. A vigorous uni-
versity becomes a creative force
ft ideas.
Standards Rising
"On its side, the community can
b> ( b> understanding and appre-
i ting that the university is i
n arkel place of ideas a probing,
searching forum of free inquiry."
II icntinued.
Although Officially in office as
head of the university a scant
i nth and a half. Dr. Stanford
1 "ils "ample identification of the
( reater Miami Jewish community
with the university There are
(Our Jewish trustees, a significant
i it presentation of Jews on the fac-
ulty, and no quota for Jewish BtU-
dents which cheers rny soul." he
says.
den 11. Dayan's
comments and reflected everj
aspect of th younj tj. im-
pressed me i rol hi
nuts
"So fervent is the patriotism
of the new citizenry and so mag-
nificent the 'halutiiut,' the pio-
neering spirit, that it was ap-
parent everywhere I visited: in
the Hadassah Medical Center,
at the office of the Histadrut, on
the Kibbutzim an:1 the Mosha-
vim, at the Hebrew University
in Jerusalem in the mayor's
office in Haifa, and in the desert
town of Beersheba."
Israel as Mixmaster
Dr Stanfor amazed
at the amalgamation of immi-
grants inti the new society." Hav-
ing accepted thousands of people
from such ;:',(i\ diverse cultures
as Y mer ..... Morocco. Iraq,
(Vest) -: rn Europe, the
Soviet L'nion and the Unit ed
States he ci mments, "if America
vas th< mell ing pot of the 19th
is the mixmaster
: lh 20th
The new presidi I ol the Uni-
, i i git) ol Miami is a native of
Want; .....nd I as di fees from
;> University the University
ji !>, nd New Vork Univer*
sitj.
He has beet m< mb< >" of 'nt>
i I Emory University,
v w Yi rk University, and the
ly of Denver As an ad-
itl the Board of Re-
nts ol I System of
Dr Stanford held the
i ;t. oi 'i ol Georgia
. n legi pi i -. lenl ol
hi Won n I lie: ol Georgia,
. nl chancellor of the
University System of Georgia, as
. as p si enl i: Birmingham-
hern Colli '
Dr Stanford is married to the
former Laurie Ruth King, ol At-
iai '.. rhe> have a daughter
i, iodi I h ree sons Henry,
Lowrj and P< yl
DR. HENRY KING STANFORD
. Israel's raison d'etre
Mav* matt
luilncis Meetlna.
Banquet, or
pedal Occasion
the Agency for International
Development.
During the spring of lfi.W. ho
visited schools and universities in
Leningrad. Moscow and Kiev Most
recently, he visited the Arab conn
tries and Israel, traveling with the
American Christian Palestine Com-
mittee
Visit to Israel
"l was profoundly impressed by
the vigorous, confident attitude of
the Israelis as they construct a
modern societ} on land which ad-
vancing technology has passed by
for so long The zeal and dedica-
tion reflected in every aspect of
the young society cannot be ig-
nored." he reflects.
He recalls clearly several state-
ments made at the time of his
visit by Gen Moshe Dayan. now
Israeli Minister of Agriculture
"Israel was estahlished as a home-
land for any Jew." he answered,
when questioned as to how many
citizens the economy of Israel
could accommodate "And we will
take every Jew who wants to come
to the country." Dayan continued,
describing in one brief statement
whrt Dr. Stanford considered to
be "the raison d'etre" of the mod-
ern Stale ol Israel.
"The zeal and dedication evi

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it i it implies a less than serious
.< ach to studies But the uni-
Fit) is fa-t living down this
' titation, and some day it will be
i mated altogether."
!n addition to his residence as
a graduate student at the Uni-
versity of Heidelberg in Ger-
many, Dr. Stanford has traveled
Widely in fore'gn countries. For
thaj year 1956-57, he was direc-
icr cf a technical assistance pro-
c^am to the University of Ank-
ara, Turkey, and to the Turkish
Ministry of Education, soonsor-
i: by New York University and
Some 1.000 teen-agers in the
Greater Miami area will descend
on communities from Hollywood
'o Homestead on Monday, collect-
ing funds f< r Variety Children's
hospital
The youngsters, members of
B'nai B'rith Youth Organization
affiliates here, have dedicated
their Tag Day to Variety with
their the me chosen as "We Care."
The teen age B'nai B'rith mem-
bers hope that their Tag Day pro-
ceeds will assist in the construc-
tion ol the new psychiatric wing
for out patients to he opened at
Variety Children's Hospital in Oct-
tober
The event is under the overall
sponst rship ol the South Florida
Council ol BBYO, whose president
is Fred Cam nor. a graduate of
Coral Cables High School and a
member of Hillel AZA. Chairman
Of the Aug. 27 Tag Day are Bill
Flfenbein, of Palmetto High and
member of Zion AZA. and Linda
Baum. of Norland High a mem-
ber of B'nai B'rith Girls
This will be the teen-ager's sev-
enth annual Tag Day. Goal is
$2,000.
Club Hears Speaker
Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Lunch-
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Critics 'Frustrated' by Synagogue Non-Primacy
By SANFORD SOLENDER
There is accumulating evidence
that American Jewish life has not
moved towards the exclusively
monolithic religious frame of ref-
< rince predicted by some and pro-
mised by the writers in "Conserva-
tive Judaism." Jewish life in
America continues to evolve on a
Jar broader plan, continues to give
expression to "the civilization"
concept in its widest sense, albeit
with a religious core. The Amer-
ican Jew refuses to define his Jew-
ithness narrowly. It is plain that
Jarge and expanding areas of Jew-
ish organizational experience are
luilt along other than congrega-
tional lines. Jews seek more than
cynagcgal institutional forms to
ixpress their varied Jewish inter-
ns, in a pattern that is character-
istically American. The diversity
of the institutions outside the
tnurch in America that express a
variety of Christian interests of-
krs a significant parallel to what
has happened in the Jewish com-
munity.
It is plain to even a casual ob-
server that for Jews affiliated
with synagogues, the congrega-
tion is not their sole Jewish in-
terest or organizational activity.
The multiplicity and diversity of
their Jewish affiliations are too
apparent to require lengthy dis-
cussion. But it is important to
note that at a time when syna-
gogue membership is at a peak,
almost as many Jews are not
members of synagc.jues as are so
affiliated. There can be no blink-
ing the reality that many in this
segment of American Jewry are
determined to maintain an af-
firmative, knowledgeable, and
active Jewish identification, but
net on a religious basis.
Tins is P'-'t I" "'
h\ San/ord SoL-udtr in defense
of the "Jewtshness" "/ ''" 1"'"
ish Commiiiiitv Center move-
ment. Soiender, executive w'
president of the Natnm.il J i.li Welfari Hoard, and pres-
ident l tlie N'tl'""'1' Confer-
enc< o\ Social Welfare, pre-
sented these remarks in tl ad-
dress be/ore '!'< annual confer-
ence of t'le -National Autl "f
Jewish Centei Workers .it At-
lantic City. NJ- <"' /" '"
reply to a recent article on the
subject in "Conservative Jud-
ism" thai stirred wide contro-
versy and comment.
Support from Jewish community
s [S sound for those communa
synagogues should conduct fe
ship and social activities to strength- fund
e" the adherence of the^memhersservi- > -
the congregation and to enrich i
Friday, August 2t, 1962
membt rship ir. b syna-
ie, The choici ofCet iraifilia
tion depends on'y on vish to
ssi. iate with the Jew-1 pe<
and the Jewish commur and to
share in its gr< up life.
, of reference no choice of a particula
entails
type <>t
The


Surely, the writers of these ar-
ticles would not read these per-
.vons out of Jewish life! Much as
j-ome may wish for the contrary,
an important part of American
Jewry will find other than religious
forms for maintaining their active
Jewish connection. This nagging
factand the capability of the Cen-
ter for satisfying the needs of both
religiously and non-religiously af-
filiated Jews and affording them |
a common Jewish ground on which '
to live togethermay account for j
the petulance of some of what has i
1't en written.
Supplementary View
The prevalence and persistence
Oi denominational differences in
American Jewish religious life con-
stantly comes to the fore in daily
experience. No amount of wishful
thinking can dismiss this fact.
(Mr. Soiender continues to argue
that "the flowering of diversity ii one
of the strengths of Jewish life." He
suggests that proponents of the syna'
gogue as "the all-encompassing insti-
tution in Jewish life" are experiencing
"a Jeep sense of frustration" because
:heir prediction has not been fulfilled.
"This," he says, "may account for the
fury with which I they) lash
out against the Center." Furtlier. Mr.
Soiender points out. "it is u'lth ill-
grace that the countless feu'ishlv-com-
mitted and dedicated lav leaders of
Centers are indicted for lack, of
Jewish interest and c/ualifications.
Says Soiender "It it well to note in
reference to Jewish education that the
Center fills an important part of the
vacuum created by the admitted mea-
j gcrness and inadequacy of modem
I formal Jewish education." Citing an
introduction b\ Alexander M. Dush-
Irin and Uriah 2. Engelman to "Jew-
ish Education in the United States."
published in 1959 by the American
Assn. for Jewish Education, he quotes:
". little has been accomplished to-
ward teaching our children the lit-
erary'histurif culture of their people.
Consequently. American Jewish school-
ing is lik.e a shallow river, 'a mile wide
and an inch deep." Soiender then
continues )
to
their religious experience
Center has been and should be
helpful to the synagogue with such .
programs and there are innumer-
able examples of this. But under
the most favorable circumstances,
this can be only a supplement to
the main and primary work of the
Centerto conduct a rich Center
program under its own auspices in
Jewish Community Center futili-
ties Serving as a gathering place
for the entire Jewish community.
as well as conducting a program,
is basic to the Center's fund ion.
The broad range of Center acti-
vities and their inter-relationship in
a rich experience for participants
the interlacing of the professional
social work practice of Center staffs
in the total organization of the
center, and the essentiality of a
physical setting in which Center
service is the primary and exclu-
sive program require the operation
of the Center in its own building.
The Jewish Community Center
would be destroyed as an institu-
tion were those qualities eliminat-
ed and were it to function merely
as a service body to synagogues.
In the face of the Centers sub-
stantial, demonstrated, and well
recognized achievements, there is
not a shred of justification for
I such a step, with its consequent loss
to the Jewish community.
The Jewish Comonity Center,
on the other hand as a communal
institution concerned primarily
with enriching Jewish group asso-
ciation for the resulting values in
personal development and com-
munity enhancement, has main- I
tained the integrity of this func-
tion, has made great progress in
intensifying program, and has
strengthened its career service.
And its prospects are high for
dealirg with and solving its large
and crucial problems.
It is entirely appropriate that
of
goga
engender idwrtificatian
total community, deal with total
community mtere-ts. and cultivate
board community values; and
whose boards represent a commun-
ity cross section Such communal
bodies are distinguished from the
institutions, no matter how yal
uable. for whom Ihe lest of affilia
tion iv readiness lo accepl Ihe spec
ial commitment of the organtza
tion. Financial support for these
latter organizations is the l"
obligation of their adherents Com
munity sustenance must be for
communal institutions representing
a broad, universal Jewish identifi
cation.
By definition, the Jewish Com
munity Center and ihe YM & YWHA
is such a communal institution.
The social welfare character of the
Center qualifies it uniquely to re-
ceive community funds The Cen-
ter's special awareness of the
needs of its members as i" jivi
duals, groups, and families derives
I from its commitment to the utiliza-
tion of social work in advancing
their welfare and the entire organi-
zation is shaped to discharge this
function. Its distinctive role is the
meeting of the characteristicallj
Jewish needs of its constituency in
(his contexl The very nature of
the Center: it> auspice-, purposes,
program, membership, board com
positon and relationship to the fed
eration make it a logical recipient
of the Jewish community's sup-
port .
Community Support
Acceptance of community support
gogues in recent years have erect- I carries with it also the obligation
ed lavish structuresexpensive to of community discipline, to parti-
build and costly to maintain The i cipate in community planning, to
capital and operating costs are for justify budgetary requests in a bud-
some a most difficult burden. The' getary review, and to adhere to
desperate search for a way out; broad community policies. No in
of this dilemma is understandable., stitutionsynagogue or otherwise
It is to be regretted, however, that can receive community linancing
a covetous eye has been cast in | if it is unwilling to accept these,
these articles upon Jewish com-1 obligations It is hardly realistic \
munal funds, since such utilization to expect thai the synagogue, with
of community funds would radical- its specific credo and commitment.
,, ,......,r(1ws Jewish commitment. Unfortunate-
ly. some of the author- >f these
"pur
neu-
denominational or even syna- .;rtK.|t.> mlM(,aslrue this is
affiliation; whose programs 110H.|t.Ss" or character -
with the trality. Noihinj: could further
The test
from the truth The test >i a posi
live Jewish purpose car.;- be nar-
rowly defined as dec: n of a
singular denomination.
The attack on Centei nembei
?hip practices in sonK f thesi
articles requires partic now
Here occurs an erroneous ; merali-
on ;n variance with facts
while with few exceptii Center
membership is open to a! rew an .
non Jew alike. i Imost versally
the number of not Jew- i > have
affiliated with Centers been
nominal is in most cas consid-
. rabh l< ss thai 10 pe mt onlj
:, fraction of whom are enagers
There is -< at ral recogni; >n >f th.
uniquely Jewish object!' of the
Center on the part of si non
jews who affiliat* with
NEXT WEEK: Vital Com-
munity Future
Distinctive Roll
It is very possible that economic
considerations loom large in the
context of some of the writers.
Their demand that community
monies now allocated to Centers be
given to synagogues must be view-
ed in this perspective Many syna
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Technion Director To Tour Region
Leo Rutstein. Southeastern re-
gi n director of Technion, left Mi-
ami on Sunday for a series of vis-
its to chapters in Texas, Louisiana
other southern states.
He will meet with chapt-r offi-
and community leaders in
Houston, Ft. Worth. Dallas. San
Ar.tonio and New Orleans to de-
velop blueprints for their 1963 ac-
. ties.
According to Rutstein. "there
has been ever-widening interest on
1 It part of the southern comrrun-
in the expansion of Technion.
its progress in atomic research,
;ir:d the new advances in the engi-
l :ng sciences."
Some 500 graduates of Tech-
nion annually are accepted by
practically every university in
the United States and western
Europe when they apply for
graduate work and fellowships.
Rutstein revealed.
At present there arc some 3.600
full-time students at the Technion
including nearly 500 who are
working for their Master's and
PnD degrees, he said.
President of the Miami chapter.
Mrs. Louis Glasser. and her offi-
cers are planning a s'.epped-up
membership drive this fall to be
climaxed by a social function in
November.
In the meantime. Jack Katz-
man. chairman of consulting sen
ice, announced that new members
are now being accepted into the
local chapter. Application forms
are available from any member,
or by writing to the Miami chap-
ter at 1425 16th St., Miami Reach.
ly alter the entire modern concept
of the Jewish community.
The challenge to this proposal
is not the issue of "Church and
State" as one writer suggests.
The issue is that of protecting the
use of Jewish community funds
for the support of those programs
and services which are inherent-
ly communal in character, for
whom the whole Jewish commun-
ityall its groupsare the au-
spices and constituency, and for
whom the object of service is the
welfare of the total Jewish com-
munity That is why a Jewish
Community Center is the appro-
priate recipient of community
grants: and why the fellowship
and social activities of a syna-
gogue cannot be viewed thus.
can adhere to such community dis-
cipline. The Center, like other
Jewish communal agencies, recog-
nizes and accepts thc-e responsi-
bilities.
The concept ol "membership" in
the Center i> far different from
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Friday, August 24. 1962
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Page 9-A
Wall
In Orbit
By MAX LERNER
Since Prime Minister Khrushchev chooses again, as he did last
n-ar. to link a renewed drive on Berlin with a successful oribtal flight
,. he is taking a risk ho may not have calculated on. 1 don't
Ihe risk of war. which he will doubtless be carotid not to push
:,,, tar 1 moan tho risk that the world will see not only the Russian
nnauts in orbit, but also the Berlin Wall in orbit
By showing again its superiority in rocket thrust and precision
satellite size, weight and endurance in space, the Soviet I'nion
.... von another victory in the political war. Whatever Khrushchev
i ,.\ -,i\ about his peaceful intent in the technology contest, there is
npulslve repetitive pattern about the way the Communists use
space exploits to underscore their military-political threats.
, the timing of now rumblings about an East Germany treaty to
ci incide with Andreyev's orbitings.
But there is one great difference between tho political setting of
i Russian flights and that of Major Titov's last year. At that time
i was no Berlin Wall: it followed tho flight by a week. But this
time the year that has elapsed since the last Russian space display has
the Year Of the Wall. And when the Russians boast to the world
that not just a man but a whole social system is careening in space.
thi world has the right to add a question: "And the Wall too?"
If we are candid with ourselves, on this first anniversary of the
Bi run Wall, we will agree without demurrer that the American re-
-I nse to it marked a great blunder perhaps the greatest after the
i uban business. Secretary Rusk and the whole State Department. In-
cluding a veteran Kromlinologist like Charles Bohlen. failed to see
in. dark meaning of the wall: that in tho contest of collective will
cen the Communist world system and the free world system it
was the Communists who dared a decisive act of lawlessness and
tyranny, and at the critical moment the will of the free world faltered
i eting it.
I was myself bemused at the time with the idea that the wall was
. confession Of Communist bankruptcy, since it showed that they had
to seal their people off from the world and could not risk their making
, choice of freedom. This was true, but only half the truth. Tho other
half was overshadowing!? important: that it was an act to show that
Ihe Russians meant business and tho free world did not. Not until I
: i ... to Berlin a month later and saw tho psychological impact of the
wall on the minds and lives of the West Berlin people, did I understand
the extent of the American blunder
VA Chaplaincy
Picks JW3 Man
By Special Report
WASHINGTONChaplain Morris
A. SandhaUS, liaison between the
chaplain service of the Veterans
| Administration and the Commission
i on Jewish Chaplaincy of the Na-
' tional Jewish Welfare Board since
the end of World War II, has boon
appointed director of chaplain ser-
I vice of Ihe Veterans Administra
tion. it was announced here by
James S G lea son, Jr.. administra-
tor of the VA
The appointment makes Chaplain
Sandhaus the first Jewish chief of
any of the Federal Government's
chpalaincy services
Through its Commission on Jew-
ish Chaplaincy, JWB serves and
ecclesiastically endorses all Jew
ish chaplains in the Armed Forces
and in VA hospitals.
A native of Cleveland, O., Chap-
lain Sandhaus joined the Vet-
erans Administration in Septem-
ber, 1946, as ass:stant chief of
personnel. In 1951, he became
assistant to the c'irector of chap-
lain service. Chaplain Sandhaus
was rabbi of Congregation Sons
of Israel. Yonkers, N.Y., from
1937 to 1942.
In the latter year, he enlisted as
an Army chaplain. He served at,
Fort Devens, Mass.. and for two |
years was on duty with Western
Base Headquarters in England.
Channel Base Headquarters in
Franco, and later was named assist
ant division chaplain of the 89th
Division, with the rank of major
Educated at the College of the
Citj of New York and New York
University. Chaplain Sandhaus was
ordained by tho Mesivta Torah
Vodaath, Brooklyn. N Y. He is a
former president of the Washing-
ton chapter of the Military Chap-
lains Assn. of America, and a fcr-
Metro Commissioner Alex Gordon (left) and John Serbin. Uni-
ted Fund Special Gilts chairman for South Miami Beach, are
ready to hit "home runs" for the United Fund. Gordon will
head the "American League" and Serbin the "National Lea-
gue." Each "league" will contain ten teams of nine "players'
and one "captain." Captains named so far include Leonard
Doc) Baker. Carl Weinkle, Mrs. Louise A. Glasser. Harry B.
Smith, William Agranove, Richard Donath, Fenner & Smith.
Sam A. Goldstein, Dr. I. A. Greenhouse. Carl Gardner, Sid-
ney Rabinowitz, and the Miami Beach Solicitations Bureau
Bonn Seeks Resignations
From Former Nazi Judges
Continued from Page 1A
a prosecutor in Hitler's Peoples
Court at Leipzig during the war.
mor national chaplain of tho Jew- After a brief suspension from his
There would have been no filing and no danger of war if we
had tern the wall down as soon as it went up. It was a lawless wall ,
and we had the right to tear it down. Nor need we have used tanks:
bulldozers would have been enough. The Russians might of course
have picked up their stones and trowels and retreated deeper within
East Berlin, and still built their wall where we could not follow. But!
v.hile the fact of immuring the people of East Berlin would still be a
fact, the Russians could not have displayed to the German people I
West ar.d East alike the symbol of having done so by an act of nerve j
and will which could claim the Gorman future.
But the Russians must pay a price for their victory, and that price
- the Wall as a living witness to the despair of the people walled up
behind it. If Khrushchev tells the world it is a social system that is
orbiting with Nikolayev and Popovich. then it is also the starvation
el the Fast Berliners that is in orbit, their grey faces, their bleak lives.
their hopeless future "Work without hope draws nectar in a sieve.
ti Coleridge. The life of millions in East Berlin and Fast Germans
is draining away through the sieve of hopelessness. Even with the
i all there some 12.000 have risked their lives to break away, and
' l> the wall holds the rest there
As tor West Berlin, all the signs show that it is flourishing again
is the reason for Krushchev's renewed drive on the Berlin ques-
Ul He has a design involving an appeal to neutrals and the I N 101
withdrawal of Western troops from W.st Berlin, and there will again
i thi usual array of tender-minded Americans yammering that Ber-
- not worth the candle There will be manufactured incidents
lire threats as Khrushchev drives again toward the Berlin brink
.en sign his Hast German treaty.
ish War Veterans of tho U.S.
high post. Dr. Stammberger order-
ed him dismissed and initiated a
probe into Fraenkol's alleged with
sion of the deadline for a brief
period, according to plans an-
nounced by the Miniry of Jus-
tice.
However, it was pointed out. ther
total of 157 judiciary members
who had served Hitlers People
holding of information from the Court as judges or prosecutors did
present government regarding his not include ex-Hitler collaborators
former Nazi collaboration. who now serve as judges in the
administrative, labor or social wel-
fare courts. Some data concern-
Era cn-
A violent attack against
kel. and an appeal to the West Ger-
man Jewish community, as well as
I to Jews elsewhere, to demand that
he be tried for his Nazi activities,
was received hero from the East
Berlin Jewish Community. The
charges that resulted in tho Bonn
Justice Ministry's action against
Fraenkel had come, originally,
from tho Fast German Communist
regime.
ing ex-Nazi judiciary collaborators-
still in the West Gorman service'
now had claimed the number ma)
be as high as 3.000.
Vision Tests Set
CHAPLAIN MORRIS SANDHAUS
Adath Yeshurun
Sets Campaign
All the cases against ex-Peo-
ples Court judges and prosecu-
tors now servi.ig in the West
German judiciary apparatus in-
volve those whose Nazi period
participation resulted in severe
penalties, often in ex'.cution, for
defendants accused of relatively
mild offenses.
But in the end, important as it is for him to remove West Berlin
- a -wnbol of growth and of the German future, he will not risk a
: ., il He is caught between the pressures from the t Ibricht-Stopt
elite in Fast German) and his knowledge that a war will be
troohic It is not only that his enemy-relatives, the cninese,
re there is the dismay engaged for the promotion of the
Temple's i lucational and cultural
Germany and
not only that
: less the day a war started. Even
' i his own Russian people at his threatening gestures.
ricans often ask themselves why they should fight for the
ital of a former enemy But the Russians, who have suifered more
Irom that enemy, ask themselves the same question. And not even
circling space-ships and their pride in them can annul the anxtet)
bout a war,
Temple Adath Yeshurun is initi
ating an intensive registration
campaign ft r its nursery si
kindergarten. Hebrew ana Sunday
school anc ai ull lasses
A staff of 15 t< achers has been
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President f the congregation.
Charles Rosenberg, announces
that the congregation has also i m-
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of North Miami Beach to join the
Temple.
Figure- presuming to sh iw the
r of former Nazi judges and
pros cutors w ho still worked in
the West German judiciary appa
ratus as of last June 30 were
made public lure this week
The fij res i that there
.'. :-e 157 such judiciary officials
till holding office as of the end
. f June, and that all but 14 retired
by the June 30 deadline,
ine had been set by
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The Dade County Optometric
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Eleanor Roosevell chapter. B'nai
B'rith Women and Temple Zamora
Sisterhood sponsors this free pub-
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Mrs Rose Galton, citizenship
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The appointment of .1. A. Freed
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boon announced by the firm's
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January. 1959. Freedman was in
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Bundestag, lower House of Parlia-
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giving the ex-Na* officials the op-
portunity for voluntarj" retire-
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Those who did not relire, are
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Fttdoy. August 24. 1S62
Argentine Police Free Nazi
After Jewish Center Attack
Continued from Pace l-A
One of the alle/ied Nan attack-
ers, n..med Barbieri, was wound-
ed.
The local polii e auth
:. hi. and. ii si..... i I I '
lie nature
attack, detainei Fink"
-
ccm
...
to probe I event
ely t
o( unirientifici I|U'
polic.
complaint ol the Jewish
At qroundbreaking services for the new addi- double class rooms designed for teen-agers
; cr. to the Mark Light School at Temple Beth and adult education sessions. Next scheduled
Am are (left to riqht) Byron Cherkas, executive for construction is a youth lounge and sanctu-
vxe president. Mrs. Dave Light. Cantor ary, which will have a 450-seat capacity. Sam
Cr.arles Kodner. and Stanley Maverson. relig- Puder is architect, and Morton Fellman is ities. insisting that the local police of the Asi
ious school chairman. The building, due for engineer. I\
mid-October occupancy, will include a library, the addition.
aits and crafts area, music room, and two
Th< act
v-oked protest on th< part ol the
Jews who witnessed the clash.
The) charged thai thi police II"'."
"turned the complaii into the thai
accused part) DAIA, the central with
organization ol Argentine Jewry, prejudici i
notified Federal police author- ious intoh
thai or tc i:rd rut. bj
llishmenl "' ': :"
lee, where crin laU
are?" Mi
"Accorc:-c 'c 'he Charter ard
roles of t rrcr.e. t' Un;'i
Nations can consider an Item
which is iitsci ;ed on the agtnda
of its sess---s c. a nvrbe. :'
th UN. The matter undei
eussio nil on the agend?,
since the rT h a s not bt-
brought : I attention of the
Gon.i.
the organs :
tions. Thfe'oi
| in a pos'- On :
question
nc v or 0' any cf
ne United Na-
e 'he ON is r:t
consider this
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;it Rio l '.
Dental School Changes Discriminatory Policy
Adath Yeshurun
Names Cantor
By LYNNE YOUNG
of My Best Friends." by Benjamin
R. Epstein, national director of the
The field of dentistry, like other
professions, requires interest,. Anti-Defamation League of B nai
Study, hard work, and ability. Un-, B'rith. and Arnold Forster. its civil
til April 25. 1961 another ingred-i rights director,
ient was required at the dental
school of Emory University in At-
Jar.u. Ga. To become a dentist at
Emory, yea also had to be a white
Christian.
The Anti-Defemjrtion League,
by patiently piecing story to story,
found that the abnormally high i
Jewish flunk-outs and repeats
dents. The dental students were
shocked; the Jewish students
were both shocked and worried.
Although students were not re-
quested to sign the questionnaire,
they were asked to fill it out in
their own handwriting.
immediately againsl the anti-Sem-
itic aggressors.
(Throughout the spate of anti-
Semitic manifestations, this sum-
mer, charges have been made that
Federal police officials have been
lenient in regard '" the anti-Sem-
ites. Although the government has
denounced the anti-Semitic at- Charles Rcstrberg. Present of
tacks, it has been claimed in Ar- Tempi, datl Ytshurun, mnounces
eentina by non-Jews a> well as|'_he appointment f Cantor'Mori
by Jewish leaders, that the Fed-
eral police had been infiltrated b)
elements tolerant of anti-Semitism.
I'nited Nations Acting Secretary-
>ngn -.1-
Berger a; car.tci the
tion
Cantor B< rg< i studied voice ar.d
instrumi '. in i govern-
menl schci Russia, ind l; 't r
vas assigi u I : ilitar Neo| i .1-
an ore hi-:.-. a first mandolin
Jewish students weren't kept out
vi the Emory dental schoolal-
two other Southern states. They
were, instead, flunked out during
this period at a startling rate of
64 per cent.
As one student said: "Having General U Thant meanwhile told
written thousands of words since newsmen in Brazil this week tha'
I coming to Emorv dental, it wouldn't the establishment of a UN fact
had begun in 1948, when a now | take g Sner|ock- Hoimes to maIch finding committee to inquire into P'er
dental school dean was IMJOM 1 handwriting to student" the whereabouts of Nazi criminals 1" this id.rtl) ne has studied
d. It discovered that while M aDDiicatioq and aui-stionmire in So**" America cannot be con- wi'h Cantci ftck.H Vigoda. lleh,.d
though from 1948 to 1958 they were] per cent of the jew.sh students Thi applicat ion Mpwun ^ ^ |a ^i, ]( yw$ iUh Tl ,.
.omitted only from Georgia and| wore in scho.ast.c d.ff.cu.t.es jjjjjjrt^^lj^ ^ ^^ rf torthcomlng pll B'n.i J, I Washington DC
j 111. (General A tration, and several weeks later eierw Assemoiy session
a meeting was held with members Mr. Thant's comment was made Houw lor Kur ; ears
f the community committee, the ,n reP'* '" a question asked him
university administration, mem- durin a P*S conference at Rio 0f. \ffolhon J.1 Talk
btrs of the dental school faculty. dc Janeiro, "here he was visiting
two rabbis, and two members of A Brazilian newspaperman, refer 'Food an Liit was he topic
the Emory board of visitors Sev- '''"- ,(l ,h*' recent anti-Semitic out of a lectun by I>r A iraham
eral davs after this, the >'!ean an breaks in Argentina and Uruguay. Wolfson. dirtctci of the Spinoza
from 1948 to 1958, only 15 per
cont of the Christian students
had such experiences during the
same period. Furthermore, it
found that 1937 through 1944
which would include students
graduating before the new dean's
appointmentonly 13 per cent of
the Jewish students had failed
or repeated courses.
nounced bis resignation from the a>kld "whether the United Na Outdoor For un cr Thur-'.jv mom-
dental faculty, effective at the end tions intended to do anything about inc. 8 an :< 10th b(;.ih.
The Anti-Defamation League in-! of the June quarter, to become I^HB^^^^^H^^MH^M^^^M^^^^^^^^^^i^i^M
What had been rumor and talk
ci discrimination at Emory was
obviously fact. Complaints were
SO persistent that the Atlanta of-
iice of the Anti-Defamation League
began an investigation. What was
uncovered and eventually done is
rtpcrted in the recent book. "Some : vestigation also uncovered that al- vjCe president of a dental instru-
----------------------------------------------------i though Jewish students at Emory ment manufacturing company.
T I 1 J ,or lne 1948"58 Peri I empiC Jliaea I only three states, against twenty-'1861, Dr. Martin sent a letter to
a a 1 eight states for Christian students, a leading member of the commit-
OCnOOIS TO Wp6n it hadn't always been that way. ,,.,.
, .j From 1937 to 1944. Jews had been
Temple Juriea opens registration admitlcd from Ien sta(es, inciudlnp "You brought to our attention a
i(T nursery-kindergarten, sabbath- ^-ew York. New Jersey and Con- matter that involved principles
Sunday, and mid-week Hebrew necticut. all of which usually fur- which are important to all of US,"
\iri term. Temple office will be open didates for dental schools sure that our discussions have
1rom 9 a.m. to noon on Sunday, and served to remind all of us that de-
! I m until 5 p.m.. week-days In December. 1960 a group of spjte our constant vigilance, there
rsery-kindergarten will reopen Atlanta Jewish community leaders is always Ihe poSsibi,itv ,haI some.
onTuesdav. Sept. 4. with a morn- uok ,he Anti-Defamation League one may err, even without conscious
. sessior week-davs 9 am. to f'^ a,ul "^ro to Dr. Walter or deliberate intent, l believe.
Martin, president of the university, therefore, that our discussions
Idren who will be three years 2nd Boisfeuillet Jones vice presi- haVe brought about an immediate
through kindergarten lknX ,n c,hare of medical service, constructive result,
dioihlf. An investigation was promised. Dr.
' Martin assured thi committee "We are hopeful that every
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Three months later, in March,
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The Anti-Defamation League learn
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a 1 ew application blank for
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v as keyed to varii 1 I 1 lassi-
a bich as n
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knowledge of discrimnation based
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member of your group has been
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this univerfity to treat a!l stu-
dents alike ... to follow this pol-
icy consistently in all areas of
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Israel Disappointed With
Common Market Eveirts
JEW SALEM fJTA) Israeli'irgest cash exp
! Government quarters expressed' to all, about 01 -ael'l
disappointment this week over the e*Prts go to memb. rs .: the Euro-
decision <>f the European Economic mar'
At a recent summer assembly in the Fontaine-
>leau hotel, members of the Greater Miami
Council, Jewish National Fund, rededicated
themselves to the successful completion of
Me Arr.i. twin city of Miami, now going up in
Israel. At the head table are (left to right)
Israel Nanes; Mrs. Kogan. mother of Dr. Zev
W. Kccan. seated next to her; Jacob Tsur.
..arid chairman zl the Jewish National Fund;
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, chairman of the
JNF Southeast region; Leo Mindlin, executive
editor of The Jewish Floridian; Johan L. Ber-
man. vice president of the JNF Council here;
and Samuel Elman. A pilgrimage of local
leaders will leave for Me Ami in Israel on
Oct. 23 to dedicate the site. Stopovers will
include Rome. Athens and Paris.
Britain Vetoes More Hate Meetings
LONDON(JTA)The British Government this week banned sev-
air meel .is planned by anti-Semitic and neo-Nazi groups
I scheduled to b t held il Trafalgar Square
i British Ministry of Works, which has the jurisdiction over
Square, innounced thai it lias turned down two permit appli-
scinded a third--------------
granted I r outdoor rallies in Tra-
[ |uare The applicants
Sir Oswald Mosley'a British
National L'nion, Colin Jordan's Na-
i ialist m tvement, and
IA Kintaine's National Par-
It
Annoui. ng the bans, the Workl
lNmistr> -tated: "After consult*-
Itun with the Home Secretary, and
[taking inti account what occurred
a' previous similar meetings in
| eks, the Minister of
I Work- decided it would not be
I runt ti .rant facilities for these
meetings ::i Trafalgar Square at
the year when there are
be numbers of holiday
nakers and other \.'.;ors in the
s I
)The Beard of Deputies of Brit-
ish Jew; immediately issued a
statement welcoming the Gov-
ernment's action, and express-
ing hope that legislation to make*
such bans more permanent would
be adopted by Parliament, when
it reconvenes in October after
its summer recess.
"The Ministry's decision." stated
the Board, 'undoubtedly reflects
the general feeling in this country
regarding the activities of these
organizations. The overwhelming
majority of people will be relieved
to know that the occasions for the
kind of disturbances that took
place last month have been at
least temporarily removed. It is
to be hoped that the Government
will find a way to introduce legis-
lation to put this matter on a more
permanent footing "
Jordan. Mosley and John Bean.
Israel Maps UN Strategy
For Opening Sept. Session
Continued fro/n l*age 1-A
thij year, similar h* last year's
unsuccessful draft, calling for di-
rect Arab-Israeli peace negotia-
tions. The refugee issue is slat-
ed to iace a showdown at the
nxt Assembly because the man-
date for the operation of the UN
Relief and Works Agency for
Palestine Refugees is to expire
oext June 30.
Dispatt hes pi n the Jor
prtss pre lt< te I that the an
i to be tmitted to the
ext Assembly by Dr. John H.
pa'-1- commissioner-general of
KWA. will claim that all pro
am l at i isorptiM of the
ral> reft gees have tailed because
|he refugees insist >nly on "re-
pmlng" :,, Israel.
The Arab refugee problem will
M be si Ived in the "Immediate
Mure." h was predicted at the
j'nited Nations this week by UN
feting Secretary General U Thant
the annual report on UN affairs
miitec by him to the General
Usemblj Reviewing the activi
Ms of the United Nations Relief
|nd Work- Agencywhich provides
pd to P.iiestine refugeeshe said;
"In th< interest >f international
face am. security, it was import
that ;:n equitable solution to
problem of the Palestine ref
<- in found as jood as possible.
the same time, both the historj
id the i resent stat is >f the prob-
fn bore evidence that solution
the immediate future might not
rove possible i [or some
>e to come, there might well be
practical alternati..' to contin-
to
national organizer for the Foun-
tame group issued statements
blaming "Jews and Communists"
for the prohibition of their rallies.
Bean also blamed "the an til of
Mr. Jordan."
Some of Britain's leading news-
papers endorsed the Government's
ban of planned Trafalgar Square
rallies by the country's three Fas-
cist and neo-Nazi organizations,
and called for further steps to
outlaw open meetings by Fascists.
Nazis and anti-Semites.
The Daily Herald, Guardian
and Daily Telegraph, welcoming
the Government's action editor-
ially, called for further action.
The present Public Order Act,
passed in 1934, i$ "inadequate"
to cope with the current Fascist
groups, said the Herald. The
law, said this newspaper, "must
be reformed to make public,
i racial incitement an offense."
The Guardian maintained that
i the doctrines advocated by the
Fascist movements "are so abhor-
rent that many people are unable :
to tolerate them in silence. We do
i not have to test our belief m free
speech by listening in Traialgar
Square to eulogies of Hitler and
1 his genocide, any more than we
i have to watch a public lynching |
: to test our beliet in the sanctttj ol,
| human life."
The Daily Teiegraph. calling the
Community's council of Ministers
ai Brussels to delay action on Is-
rael's link of the European Mar
ket.
The EEC'S Commission had come
to the meeting of the Minister's
Council with a report drafted in
colaboration with Israel calling
for Euromart Israeli arrangements
by which Israel's link of Euromart
would be established, without Israel
becoming ;.:i associate member of
the EEC.
Instead of debating this report,
however, the Council decided to
call upon the perman;nt repre-
sentatives of the six EEC mem-
bers to file irdivit'ual country
reports in time for next Septem-
ber's meeting
Since Euromart's agricultural
program g tes into effect August
l. the Council's decision might add
considerably to the handicaps fac-
ing Israeli exports to members of
the EEC-France. Italy. Wesl Ger-
many, The Netherlands. Belgium
and Luxembourg. Israel's citrus
txports. falling into the agricul-
tural area, constitute the country's
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umg to provide relief services 'i Govcrninent decision to ban the
refugees in need, and educational Trafa|,.ar Square rallies "sen-;
services for refugee children and sible." expressed the belief that
the step "may give time for de-
vising effective administrative
safeguards which would be far bet
ter than a dubious amendment of
the Public order Act.''
young adults "
Another section of the report,
dealing with the United Nations
Emergency Force, told the Assem-
bly that the situation along the
borders between Israel and the
Gaza Strip has been 'relatively"
peaceful of late
Beth Am Lists
New Faculty
Mrs Lillian Ross, principal of
Temple Beth Am's religions school,
announces the appointment of sev
era! new teachers
Irwin Marshall, principal of ("oral
Wa\ Elementary School, will serve
as department head for the 5th. 6th
ana 7th grades.
New staff members include Mer-
win Lewin. who has an MA degree
in education, and has served as
executive director in several con-
gregations in the South; Jesse
Blum, music director of Ponce del
Leon Junior Hih; and Mrs Jean
Probinsky. science teacher at Ponce
de Leon Junior High.
Mrs. Priscilla Perry, formerly
education director of the Anti-De-
famation League. Florida office,
will continue to present "Living
Judaism "
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tjewlstflcridian
Rabbi Sajowitz
To Leave Post
Robert H. Newman, president of
the South Florida Federation,
Union of American Hebrew Congre-
gations, announced this week thai
Rabbi William Sajowitz, former di
rector of the South Florida Fed
eration and the Southeast Council
of UAHC, will be leaving soon 1.
become spiritual leader of South
Shore Temple, Chicago, 111.
South Shore Temple is one of th(
major congregations In Chicago
with a membership of 800 families
and a sanctuary seating 1,400 per-
sons.
Rabbi Sajowitz ant* his family
will leave Miami at Ihe end of the
month. They will live at 7037 S.
Bennett ave., Chicago. Successor
to Rabbi Sajowitz has r.ot yet
been named.
Dr. Carl Greenwald. chairman of
the rabbinical placement commit-
tee of South Shore Temple, simul-
taneously announced the appoint
ment of Rabbi Sajowitz in Chicago
Rabbi Sajowitz. a native of Day-
ton. O.. received his BA degree
from the University of Cincinnati,
and was ordained by the Hebrew
Union College in Cincinnati. He
comes to the South Shore Temple
from his positon as the first full-
time director of the Southeast
Council of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations. In this
capacity, he organized and direct-
ed the activities of the Reform
movement of Judaism throughout
South Carolina. Georgia, Florida,
Alabama, and eastern Tennessee.
Rabbi Sajowitz succeeds Rabbi
Aaron Opher, who has left for Cape-
town, South Africa.
Noted Writer Raps Jewish Revival
Critics at B'nai B'rith Youth Session
Friday. August 24. 1962
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Jewish writer this week castigated
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..:,,.:,' revival of Ameri
pre ; -' : '
the
jews don't allow Jews to worship
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a.m. to 5 p.m., weekdays.
Registration for Hebrew and
Sunday school is also being taken
during the same hours and on Sun-
day, from 9 a.m. to noon. Mrs.
Louis Cohen, chairman of the
school board, will be in charge of
registering the children.
Beth David's
Bowlers to Meet
Annual meeting for registration
for the winter bowling league will
be held at Beth David social hall
Wednesday evening with Fred
Sandier, new president of the lea-
gue, presiding
A new division has been added
to the Beth David Men and Wom-
en's bowling league. An early
Monday mixed league will start at
6:45 p.m. at the Coliseum Lanes.
The regular separate men and
women league will bowl on Wed-
nesdays. 9:30 p.m.. at University
Lanes.
"Despite the fa hionablc
rtain uninformed int.
turals .,., i iowngrade curreni
velopments in Jewish life, the plain
fad is that something trulj
derful is taking place here
author-lecturer Charles Angofi ol
New York told 150 national teen-
age leaders of the B'nai B'rith
Youth Organization participating
in the organization's 4th annual
Leadership Training Institute.
Angoff conceded "'here are
areas of disappointment" at
present, but he asserted that the
general movement of American-
Jewish life "is in the direction ot
flowering and blossoming."
He told the teen-age leaders that
their generation would be respon-
sible for this resurgence of Jewish
life, but he warned that his pre-'
diction would not come true if the
youngsters fail into the same cul-
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some of /our elders who look upon
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Angoff urged the youngsters to
"take to heart what some of your'
elders have learned the hard wayj
and are too embarrassed to tell;
youthat devotion to humanity is j
not superior to devotion to Jewish j
traditions and customs."
Said he: "It's noble to worship
humanity, but. alas, too many non-
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GEMS OF WISDOM
The fear of the Lord is pure. ~
lndi.ri.ic forever. psalms. I
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T':i jar of the Lord is the he-
L. | u udi. mm

, ; |h< Led il If hate
of th matu all h i
I, ..-.: fear < rod and
J ..mirr.fu!. for tlm
f.an.
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Sn OL fKJL Of Jtt.
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tK-eliaious etL^ife
Man's Limited Senses Tell
Us to Seek Our Potential
5
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J hi 3 (A/e e k e n J
r\cliqion wlaht
. Jiic *^ tow*
World Bureau Planned
JERI SALEM conference on Jewish education
Iconcludcd il;- six-day sessions here
last weekend with the adoption of
I; resolution providing for the es- i
Itabh-hment of a World Bureau of;
Jewish Education to act as a cen-j
atal "clearing house" for collect-
ling and disseminating information '
Ion Jewish education throughout |
|thc world.
It is expected that the bureau
will begin with an annual budget
VA S25O.O0O. which will come in
art from various participating or-
ganizations. The Conference on
ewish Material Claims Against
iermany will also be asked to
illocati funds for the bureau.
Reform Will Not Affect Sabbath By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
By RABBI MAX LIPSCHITZ
Beth Torah Congregation
In this week's Portion of the
Law we light upon the following
hortatory passage "Observe and
hear all these words which 1 com
mand thee, thai it may go well
with thee when thou doesl that
which is good and right in the
eyes of the Lord thy God." iDeut
XII.28).
Commenting upon the use of the
two terms "Hatov." "the good"
and "Hayoshor" "the right
which seam to describe the
same thought, the renowned -age.
Rahhi Akiba. stated: The 'good'
is that which is '.nod in the eyes
of heaven, and the 'right' is thai
which is right in the eyes of man "
The distinction between the two
phrases is significant and pro-
found.
Man. with his limited vision,
cannot possibly perceive the abso-
lute good, lie may see what he
regard- as right, circumstantially
or expediently, hut not with any degree of certitude. He gazes at a
large canvas over which a cloth falls and covers crucial portions of
the painting. His view is of necessity circumscribed: and though
he may be accurate and right' in his assessment of a course of con-
duct or a spiritual value, he cannot possibly urge with any precision,
that a certain pattern or act is genuinely good.'
The power to appraise the good' is the prerogative of the Maker
alone. He encompasses the total panorama of life He can evaluate
the motivations, the misgivings, and the activations which radiate
from the hidden recesses of the human heart. He observes the past
and the future, as well as the present, in its proper context and
position.
Information to be included in the Religious Services column
must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later
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their lateness.
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Cariyie ave
OrtnoOox. R.-.boi Isaac Ever.
Prldaj I IS |i m Saturda an
Sermon "l"nlv-n*al Ai-'Knuwltdftemi
tor Hi. M...-..1. I>i* trim "

ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave.
Conservative. R. Yusko. president.
a
BETH OAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W. Lioson.

BETH EL. 500 t>w win ave. Orthodox. ,
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
Ki (da) : : i.i s turda) k .. m
s.Tin.hi 'I'll. Significant-! Klul
BETH EMETH. 1225C NW 2nd ive.
Conservative. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Hyman Fein.
I- rlrtio I p ii Saturda) IS > n
Si : iihii I 'or! Ion ol i hi \\'i *-k.' I; 11
Mitzv.ih l-ai I i wn ol Mi .. id Mi'*
\ |u n Krnmer,

BETH ISRAEL. 400C Prairie ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rcttman.
RABBI MAX LIPSCHITZ
. ad with humility
BETH JACOB 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
I-': Ida) n IS p
Si I Mi"II: .Mai
, i iimiii.i,..iis<
SAYINGS OF FATHERS
Chaptci I
Ml set >.' II i .: th< Ti>rjh on
Sin..: tO ]o 11-
ua Joshua to th< ciders; rJic elders
prophets and tht propl
handed u di u n u th< Men 0/ the
Great Assembly. They said three
things; lie dehberau in judgment;
;..:.( up many disciples; -id mulj.c
u fenc< round lh Toriih.

- non ih Just was one f ihe
.'..: surt'ii'oi Great Asst 'ii-
bly, Ht used ti wy, Upon eh et
I -. based; upon lh<
T. ah upon I nee and
mty.
Ani caved the
Saturduj 10 .. 11. -,..;': 1 the just. He
Mu*t_F1nd Hlmsell .,. ,_, B< .,, UI<1 ,
then miMteT upon
.In condition of receiving a re- j
ivard, hut be lik.1- servants who ii'
later to their mii.\itr u'uhout ihe
condition of receiving a rewa d,
and lei th< |t^> 1 | Heaven be upon
you
BETH KODESH. HOI SW 12th ave.
Mod er n Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
1 .i.l.i> ^ ;'.!' i< in. Snturda) v.i". a.m.
Stini.'ii: *'i.. t L'g Rraaun Together."

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

BETH TORAH. lon si. and NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen.
baum.
Kriiiay g:30 p.m. Sermon: "Dlatorted
Means for Ideal End*." Baa Mltavah:
Sherry, daughter "i Mr. ami Mm.
Sanlurd Lebman baturdaj S:45 .. m
Bar Mltavah: Bernard Maeroff and
,N. il II. in-1. in.

WOOD. 1351 S. 14
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
Reform.
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i I......mm: i.nimii
lERl'SALEM(JTA)An assur-
ance from the Vatican circles that
rhe fl^"> cf the Jewish Sabbath
M the seventh clay of the week
ttould not be affected by the pro-
jected calendar reform which will
P brought before the Ecumenical
Council for discussion as receiv
1,1 r< bj the Israeli Committee
Combat Calendar Reform. Only
" ordination of the dates of
I iholic Easier and the Greek
prthodox Easter will be discussed
M thi i ouncil, it was indicated.
The projected World Calendar
""Ii is to |,e discussed by the
"inimical Council at the Vatican
October, had originally envis-
Wd a 13-month year, each month
'ith four weeks and with one
[World day" each year, which
ould nut have been reckoned u
n ordinary day of the week.
Urge Inquiry of Destruction
NEW YORK -(JTA) Attorney
xru-ral Robert F. Kennedy was
ln'd. in a joint statement by the
VJUTican Jewish Congress, Jew-
10 Labor Committee, Jewish War
jeterans of the U.S.A., Union of
Mnerican Hebrew Congregations.
fniun of Orthodox Jewish Congre-
lUons of America, and United
rjjagogue of America, "to estab-
sh without delay the facts11 in the
c c n t destruction of a Negro
lurch ,1, Lee County, Ga.
I*his statement was released
Lewis il. Weinstein. chair-
Ihe National Community
- Advisory Council, the CO-
mating body for the above, six
Why does Jewish tradition insist
upon a fixed formal text for
prayer?
Basically, the Rabbis who fixed
this text were able to capture every
! conceivable mood or feeling in a
most expressive and yet concise
form. Furthermore, the text of
our prayers present a most care-
fully calculated form of expression
for Jewish principles and ideals.
There were many sects throughout
Jewish history from time to time
This page u prepared in co-
I operation u'irh the Spiritual Lead-
| ers of the Greater Miami Rabbin-
1 cal Assn.
HAbBl MAX A. LIPSCHITZ
Coordinator
Contributor:
RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF
Cemj of Wisdom
Washington ave. Orthodox.
Abraham Strassfeld.
What a striking thought Rabbi Akiba reveals in his commentary.
He exhorts man to think and act with humility, and not to judge, com- congre chaim.
mend or condemn upon any of the evidence acquired by his mortally-
contained understanding of the world in which he lives. The instruc-
tion to man is. therefore, to rise to his potentiality, morally, spiritual-
ly, intellectually and to pursue the path which is 'right' in his own
eyes and which may be found to be 'good' in the sight of God.
1544
Rabbi
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER
Conservative. 8755 SW 16th St., Mi-
ami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor
Gershon Levin.
Friday tii.'. p.m. Saturday 8:43 a.m.
Sermon: "To Stray and fay or to
Slay ami l'ra>." Bar Mitzv.ih All. n,
on of Mr. an.I Mrs. Irving Platoff;
Alan, bod ot Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
Cohen.

OADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold Richtsr.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
Krld.i\ 8:15 p.m. durst apeaker, Joa-
i pli Klelnman'i topic: "Who Wrote
the Bible." Saturday 8:S0 a.m.
--
FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosen-
feld.
Prlday 6:80 p.m. Saturday 8:30 -i '"
Par Mltavah: Ira, son ot Mr. and
Mrs. Bi n Schwarti.

FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL. 1801
E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton.
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland
Hall, 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
structionist. Rat.i.i Morris Skop.
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
F*rlda> 8:13 p.m. Sermon Th. Fam-
ily Man" Saturday 10:10 a.m. s. i-
mon: "Booh of Deuteronomy."

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

TEMPLE BETH ShO'.OM. 4144 Chat*
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronhih.
Cantor David Conviser.

TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16*00 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabb. Henry
B. Wernick.

[TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washlno-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adlcr

TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
Reform. Rahbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.

TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Mordecai
Podet. Cantor H Richard Brown.
FYlday 8:13 p.m. [Maeuaalon on "Be-
aolved that Israel Should llato
Qlren Soblen Sanctuarj Saturday
V a.m.

TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th it.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
Kiiii.i> '. ::i' p in Saturday :* a.m. l'ul-
. Kndav t. :;u i. m >.uunlav : a.in
HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th St. Or- i ,;',,,,, ,,,,.,ilM ,-,,,
thodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross.
I
cal expressions which are used in
"who tried to undermine these basic the prayer texts have proved them-
nrinciples se,ves ,0 bc DO,n t'melcss and un'
j p equalled in the richness of their
The fixed texts of our prayers nu,anmg Also praying in Hebrew
preserved these ideas in U>e,rr1I-1 unites the Jew with his long his-
ginal and genuine form. While
there is always room and need for
spontaneous expressions, these are
onlv at most auxiliaries to the basic
text which represents an exercise
of faith, most vital to the emo-
tional stability of the individual. In
additon, the text of our prayers
presents a carefully developed
form of culture as compared with
primitive "off the cuff" expression
an individual is liable to present.
* *
Why mutt our prayer* still be of-
fered in Hebrew?
tory and thus give him a feeling
of security from the past which he
can project into the present.
Why i it necessary to chant the
prayers instead of offering
tham in a monotone?
While the text may be regarded
as the body of prayer, the melody
of prayer is its soul. A monotone
never carries with it the emotional
depth that music can provide. Our
prayers were not meant to be mere
lip service or just surface express-
._____. ,u,0h011t cn! ions- They were meant to be a
Jewsi are d,s^r^r J"8*'^ most profound and touching emo-
many dilferent countries and speak [ ,,XDpriencc
so manv different languages that | t'onal expenen.
the only tongue which is universal-
ly known throughout the Jewish
world is Hebrew. Having the pray-
II
ies and V>> local
1 ~i throughout tht IS.
This cannot be accomplished
without melody. Furthermore,
many who cannot understand the
ers offereil in Hebrew thus giv text of the prayers are carried
the Jew a feeling of universality awav U|,|, lt> melody Also, the
because he prays m the same la ,,... j the prayers have
. his fellow Jews through- acnieved universal characteristics .,,,...
out the world. uniting the Jews all over the world -
Furthermore, the original Bibli- in one tune of chant. .tevple beth'el op
HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON-
GREGATION. 555 W. 49th st.. Hia-
leah. Reform. Rabbi Marius Ranson.

HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson St. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Canter Yehudah
Heilbraun.

ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
Pi Idas 6:15 p.m. Saturda} 8:30 a m.
liar Mltavah Leon, aon of Mr. and
Hi- ii-1man Parry.

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

MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern
Traditional.

OHEV SHALOM. 111 Nermandy dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weberman.
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SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTFR. 645
Collins ave. Cantor S. Nachmiai.

SOUTHWEST CENTER. 643B SW 8th
at. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon l Believe."
Saturda) 9 a.m. Bar Mltavah: Roy,
s.n nf Mr. and Mrs Larry Michel
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN 1025
NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Mor-
ris Berger.
I'n.1.1\ S :'." |. in S. rniMii. "Two Road*
in Ti nvel Saturda) I a m. s> rmon
i\ .. kl) Portion."
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantc- Charles
Kodner.
N -
;TEMPLE NER TAMIL*. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz.

JTEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
121C0 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi
Daniel M. Lowy.
Frtdai S:lfi |i m. Sermon: 'Ar. \Y
Pi epared to Sun lv
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. R^bbi Nathan
Zwitman. Cantor Albert Glantz.
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TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Leo Heim.
TEMPLE 2AMORA.
Conservative. Rabbi
44 Zamora ave.
Hershel Brooks.
TEMPLE ZION. 5720
Conservative. Rabbi
man.
SW 17th at.
Alfred Wax-
YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dial*
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu.
Kriday 8.15 p.m. Sermon: "Approach-
Ins a New Vear." Baturda) I a.m.
Bar Mltavah: Juatln, aon "f Mr. and
Mm. Jacob l. vltov.

YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 at.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
CANDLEUGH7ING T/M!
24 Ab 6:34 p.m.
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*Je*lst fkridiar
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MIWPUN
uruwiinif nun wirwi.*. -f
fMtel* AflW in Statesmanship, Understanding
THREE DAYS. By Zeev Sharef. 298 pp. New York:
Doubleday. $4.95.
"THIS WAS GENESIS. And it was morning and
it was night, the fifth of Iyar and the State of
Israel entered into the community of the nations as
an established international fact.
"As to what happened in these minutes and
what transpired thereafter are the story of the
morrow, the first day of the State of Israel, for
which
Blessed be He Who kept us and brought us
unto that day."
* *
Thus, with a quiet intonation of Schehecheyanu.
one of the key men involved in the transfer of Pal
estine's administration from British to Jewish hands
ends his recollection of the feverish. HMttonTthree
days preceding Statehood. Zeev Sharef. a longtime
llaganah member, was secretary of the Provisional
Government at the time of transition, later becom-
ing cabinet secretary and head of the Revenue De-
partment.
The detailed progression of the seventy two
hours reads like fiction of the most fascinating
kind. Dipping back into history, skimming oceans
to tell what the United Nations was doing as the
deadline for the end of the Mandate inexorably ap-
proached, dropping into a New York hotel room to
report on Chaim Weizmann's sorrow and anxiety as
Capitol Spotlight: By MIITON FRIEDMAN
Soblen Case Still Spotlights Wrong Issue
Washington
CONDEMNATION OF Israeli be-
havior in the Soblen case is
coming relentlessly from Israel's
enemies and even from some oi
her friends, putting more heat
than lignt on the issue. Israel has
been singled out for such one-sided
ame that a review of other facets
c! the s.mation is indicated.
Secretary of State Rusk and Attorney General
Kennedy know the whole story. They understai
> Israi I fould not fly the convicted spy from Lo!
[o New York in compliance with the British I
maneuver. They have not rebuked i
I could not. For they got Israt
bj ressing tor her precipitate and i
\ Sob which ended in L
lately, L'.S. officialdom has done i
lit in <
UN listening Post:
By SAUL CARSON
The UN Sees No Evil
BEOPLE HERE
many murders
United Nations
ARE asking: How
make a massacre''
Applying .the cliche to the Israeli-Arab
situation, they ask: Mow many Arab vio-
lations of the armistice agreements, how
many Arab attacks, shootings, harass-
ments, make up a situation so grave that
^ the United Nations should at least re-
port the situation publiclylet aione do something about
the dangers?
As far as any open UN word is concerned, all is quiet
along the Arab-Israeli borders. Mum's the wordhere.
But is it really as serene as the lack of UN word indi-
cates? The exact opposite is the truth.
On June 14. as those who read the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency dispatches know, four Israelis were shot down in
the Musrara district of Jerusalem, almost within view ol
the no-man's land where the UN Truce Supervision Or-
ganization has its headquarters. Jordan offered a half-
hearted apologyyou shoot four people, you kill one of
the four, then say "I'm so sorry." By July 4. Jordan
had reason to express regret once again; this time a
Jordanian Arab Legion officer let go against Israelis acros-
the border: this time there were three Israeli deaths,
two wounded. "So sorry!"
Up in the North in Galilee and around Lake Tiberias,
there have been recently six shootings from the Syrian
gun positionssix. The gunfire was directed by the
Syrians, again, at Israeli fishing boats on the lake, at
I-raeli tractors working in Israeli fields, at an excavator
being used by Israeli workmen inside Israel, at surveyoi -
on the Israeli side. Syria wasn't even sorry.
Down in the South. Mr. Nasser is firing rockets which
can reach Israeland boasts of that fact. His Field Ml
l-War Minister makes it clear that the target .- Is
without '.he use of double talk chosen for the m
by Mr. Nasser hi:: u
Add these thin) to ether, and what have you? T!
the nub of the qu i ski d here
True, the UN can do nothing, and has no busii
. an; thii it Mr. Ni
- mild handle, and a UN repot:
MM
UN or
1 re vi
UN n Organii
to the UN nv
5. delegation, headi
n. was s sure, last April thi t no one must
: v raids fl{
No
JO!
nation
If Israel erred, it was in the direction of com-
; ying too rapidly with a United State- Govern-
request to rush Soblen aboard a New York-
rid E! Al jet. Legal questions still existed, but
Israel was eager to cooperate with America, I S
i arshals ire aboard the plane to take custody,
Israel extended itself :< please Washington and
American public opinion. Her reward has been
unprecedented abuse Whether Israel acted wise-
I) in her own interest. .:. being SO I coop-
ther question. But that is a question
oi a domestic nature for Israelis to discuss
It v as ol Israel ft alt that I' S. n
-. rting Soblen bungled their duties The mar-
. .. had phj sii al cu.-tod\ yel thi des-
erati I ti hi rous i I :--
stand ird proced iri fi r U S mai
soners forl possessioi
steak variety or an) er kii I II
ey were not
. hy v er th< \ i
When Soblen ma i suicidi
inherit! the pi ei assumu
mpli c legal situatioi
H : Office '' asively mi
nd must take him
estii ation.
However, the British Foreign
on new spapers were not sure tl
.. Israel. Almost two months i i
Soblen's lawy< rs
rael. and the legal situ.' i hanged, II was
no Ion i sible under Israeli law and soven
lor Israel to once more be the carriet I Soblen
until the case was resolved in Israel. Was El Al
the only airline in the world"
The bungling U.S. marshals and British buck-
passing facilitated Soblen's continued sojourn
abroad. Yet only Israel was singled out for blame
Israel was asked, in effect, to serve as ^-n interna-
tional kidnaping agency, ignoring it.- own laws
Israel could not tell the world tn,. whole story.
The inept work of the U.S. Justice Department and
the cynical British evasion went unnoticed. Only
Israel was pilloried and made the scapegoat Israel
could not talk for reasons apparent in the facts
outlined.
Indeed. Israel was pressured to do twice whal
Ergland appeared unwilling to do even once. The
Israelis were trapped not out of pro-Communism or
arrogance or any of the other faults with which she
had been charged. She had merely leaned
backward a little too far to befriend the
States
Israel could have insisted that Air France, which
brought the illegal passenger, carrying a false pass-
port, remove him from Israel. Instead. Israel very
accommodatingly placed him on a New York bound
El Al jet, into "competent" U.S. hands. After the
legal situation changed, England could reasonably
a-k Israel to fly him out of the country, but Eng
land had no right to specify the destination Israel
was now bound by its own laws to return Soblen
only to the legal procedure- oi Israel it he were
once again force:! back inti Israel hands
over
United
Between You and Me:
^S^eVaS-thflSok generates
promise to recognize the St.
its own excited momentum.
Portraits abound of BenGuiicn, objecting U
-Whcnas- in the draft of the DeclaraUon of U
Xointo all Jews The war with the Aral. -preads
em corridor, the blockade of Jerusalem (and there
iZ the problem of where to put the .
State- the secrecy of time and place of the Declar
atfon ceremony so that it would net be marred b>
bombs, ..
Share!'' evaluation of the British role is highly
objective; factual and concise, he cannot spare them
their disgraces inor would h. want to), but his ef
forts t< f.nd a logic in what seemed at the umi
like sheerest capr.ee on their part are surely a hall
mark in statesmanship and understanding, his
vienetw ol the British Commissioner, Sir Alan Cun-
ningham standing at attention it i bright light on
the bridge of his vessel and salutins to the strains
, vuld Lang Syne." as pr al midnight. .,
si the limits ol tstim > terntona
wan ts in its poigm nc> I compassion ol
Shi i lysis
was translati Hebn w I s
..- Meltzer
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
The Ways of Logic
BENGURION
ma h
ent i
< i I ask

I ma I
'
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COES
i .
tei n v.
-
'
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.

In
t I
me."
. B
rhei \ bachur"
- : .. -.. ing "If 1 lo ti
to ti is mj ri
taki I of the i thi r ft h

itor; ol Pal the 1 n. visiting the
: : i ....
..::.: Pat I '
if Jake I much
i explaining | .
si v xal '

the
iy told I labelais ol the Ji
'> church in the e A jes il .. tim<
ran pam ai ted lo become

n u< -
i
The\
com*
e said because, il (h< church survived with
Ptioi it must ei thi special graci I
tl 1! about
......." an oli It ish new gpape r-
man' !-:' on one of the Yiddish dailies. He was
yerj versatile wrote on ever} kind ol subject A col-
eagui ssked him about it. "You unu about everything
ha\t you ni specialty?"
"v<- !' liakoff replied, the Btl l< is mj specialty "
"' BiW- said his questioner "Why I happen to
: i H Ihi iiel: you know next ti nothing."
"Yes -,.,. Poliakoff, "thai mj trouble."
Dr .-. (izmann las one,, show in n uish
' ientific institute in Israel which
name a- he passed the
shed Bril
ehieh bears his
various research worker- he
ol -he,,- work This one is en
nthetic analysis f ,,- thai one is
chavior o| the
By BORIS SMOLAR
The Venerable Jewish Community of Jamaica
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thi estati ol I SI IH IRE tiERSOX, de- Count) I' Ithln six 'a
ceased lati ..1 I'n.1. Klorlua, months from thi dal f tl
Ihe County ,.....lies nf Ii Com :-
Ihi same in duplicnte and .....ntaln the -..: 1 -<
lib 'ii Si ci Ion 733 16, thi i lalmanl md I .-.. ,
11 Hi, 1'., in- ami presented .1 il
In I 'aile ('mini > l-'l--i-- will bi barred
Ida, within -i\ ) ndii nu nth* from I tab \ \ -
li.....f the I lion hen If 'R 'THY SACKS
of, or the same will hi barred \ 1:1. I'Er.K Kl. :
it Mian 'l ,- 6th SYLVIA LEIi'HTER I
- I
Al'.RAH \.M M VSSEL
RICIIARIi K l-'INK
\s Admlnisti

Ihi 'li -I .i o| tUKUKI -
RICH XIII K KINK
Attorni y f..i Estate
Itiiilding
S :
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR DA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 8199
Il i UN REB VRBEB,

As Ancillai
Will and '
I ..,-.I
11 Mil N'ORTi N
Vttori tors
< 17-21-
NOTICE BY PL'SL'CA- J\
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C.RCs -'"
FLOR.DA IN AND FOR OACJ
COUNTY. IN CHANCE^s
No. 62 C 7694
EK V.NCES N VNCY SK

-. -
MARTIN SELTZER,
Defi ndai I 1
SUIT FOR Di v ORC
TO MARTIN SELTZER
, .tn Parkw ,.
r.r ioklyn, N,u I
Y-.il. Martin SeltXer, '
,- : ,1 thai .1 I llll
1 i\.-.-.- has i..,.,ii lied ugalnsl
...: 1 rei red to serve
: \,.ii! Aiisui Plead
NOTICE UNDER
F.CTITIOUS NAME LAW
\ RTHI'll I' REIIARKER,
I ndanl
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
ii \U 1111 1: i' 1:1:1: VRRER
211-27 Senglri Boulevard
Ear Ri -. kaw ay, 1 ..iil- Is!.in,I
n. Vork
Ytrt" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
11 Complaint foi Idvorci has been Kill : Complalnl on thi PI
filed attalnsi you and vou in e- Ulorney, Rayman & Pul 102 Ains
,.|iiir..l to serv, h co|i> of vour An- "las-. Miami 2, r: rlda uid file
swei or I'leadinv, thereto .,n \xx \ thi original Answer or Pleading in
BRENNER MEYERS, Attorney for :h office of the Clerk il thi
I Plaintiff, il'" Lincoln Road, Miami Court on or before da it
Reach. Florida, nnd file the nriclnal August, 1962. If you fail to 1 si,
in the ,,!.. of :h. Clerk "f judgmenl by del n
the Circuit Court, on m before th- aaalnal you for the relief demai 1
Jlsl .lav ./ August, { If \..ii fall In the Bill of Complalnl
t.. .1.. s... lodgment, h default, "ill Th'-~ "oUvi shall bi
i..- taken i^iinst \..n fur thi relief '" '' w,,k 'or four 1 : -. itiv, weslig
demanded in the Complninl '" THE JEWISH l-'UtRUM.vN
IKtNK AM' IiRI'EREH .11 Miami IHtNE AND ORDERED V. imi,
If .1 ..;. A D,
NoTRe'is HEREBY OWEN that ^ftlv^lil.0' """"^ """ ''"'" ^ $**' "" """ ^ ''"' *"*
the undeisigned deslrliig to engag. Ill RB LKXTHERMW K l: I.EATHERMAN. 1
!- reglst. said nami with the -I"" '' k v -.,..-.-,, RAYMAN .v I'l'llli;
Clerk of the Clrcull Court ..1 Hade ., aih.-I.) Bldg
.linn I I..1 liln
I."IE
Clerk >f the Cirvuil Courl "f I1
. Kin 1 I ,
WILLIAM Ci'l.E
1. \i:i:v KRi iHMAN
ARONltVITZ, SILVER .v. SCHEH
Alton Ipnlli ants
'*. '7 \ni de) Rullding
Miami : i- -ill
s 17-
de
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY I
the an,i.- signed desiring to engage In
'' ;, this 13th 1.a-.11 i.i the fictitious na.....I
,: -' > l Al.lt.v RESTACRANT A SANDW'H
l-REDR SHOP II 1623 NW -,|,b Street. Hia-
I I.-ah. l-'l-.i Id 1 ml. 11.is '... 1 _. .
hi name "itli the Clerk of the Circuit
Court if I' 1 'ount) Klorlda.
ItiSEl'H EELLMAN
ARONOVITZ. SILVER A 8CHBR
Attorney s for 1 w ner
iia." Ain.l.-i Builillni
Miami 12 Florida
< 3-10.17-24
tXEI.I.
7-24-31. 9'7
NOTICE UNDER
F.CTITIOUS NAME LAW
NkTK'E is HEREBY UIVEN 1l1.1t
ii.. undersigned, desiring to engs
business under the fictitious name of
i-1:1:1: \ n 11: s 1 'Ri x i.ii.ma ir
STi IRE .1 l> HI s W 3rd Avi nm VII
11111. Eliil Id Inti nils In reglsti 1 -.1 Id
name ltli ihe t'lerk of the Circuit
'..mi ..f I'a.l. County, Klorlda
u"ll.M \ M YRI.I-: KERR VNTE
Sole twnei
ARONOVITZ, SILVER Si'HKR
\t lorm j foi \|.pl
Miami :::. Florida
Mtorneys roi vppin am
1607 Ainsle) Building
., nice .
11 .1,. \ .
[- IBtIMN SSKl(
> : Bxi ,
f fi, Klorld .
" I4-SI,
COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
*ND FOR D'Dl COUNTY.
-ORIDA IN PROBATE.
No M6S23 a
[ i lati .
iiii.Mi.Ni-: bi : :iN.
5TICE TO CREDITORS
Ron and All ; ma Hav-
P",s ..r Danmiida \4.inst Said
'< li'-l-'r. 1, itll I in,I re-
eni imi .i,.-
rnifdi \ ,,: m ,> igalnst
"f WILHBLAIINE h RIR-
ai 'i if Dade Count) .
1 th.- County -4 al lade
|inl file the sa 1 in lupllcute
l'ro> nl,..' ::: s ,-, ;;;;: i.;.
Statute! 11 theii ifflcea In
"> Courtl luae la Dade
da ,111 11 .. ii.-n.iai
"ui the 1 a il the flral
9n hei .' ,-,... m ui
let Miami, e;,i la, chla tOth
ly, A.P 196
KM
\ \ 1
kul'li, at:,
1 ,
,11 of
on
a of Aug-.js
lenthal .i-i-i.. ., & i>_. ,.-n.-r
for Ad
L''
1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
n iTlCE Is HEREBY OIVEN that
the 'in Iersl4.....1, desiring t.. engage in
busin under the fictitious name >'
MIAMI AHENCY IN8CRANCE
OROl'l* it 227 Seybold Bulldlnai, -Mi-
ami. Klorlda intends to raxlatev aald
name nrltli the Clork of the Circuit
Court 1' ii- Count) 1- "1 t Idn.
Il IHN Si 'HI ROW IT/.
Sole 1 twner
AIXSI.EE It PERI HE
\ for 1 .im s.'iiur..\\ ti /.
17<-.' \\ -' l'i-;:! Streel
Miami I",, l'i,i- 1 I 1
R 3-10-17-24
________________>
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR.DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 8112
I' IHN 'H \.N'\VS
Plaintiff
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE.
No. 56536 A
IN RK Estate nf
HENRI ITT \ llll srvi: VTH,
Beci i-.-il
NOT'CE TO CREDITORS
To All 'red I ton and Ml Pel.....- Hav-
ing Claims .,
Kstati
You .,- hj notified and re- WRh the Clerk of ihe 1
1 m -" ,,;- and de- |..,,i,. County, Klorida
mands which you ma) hnvi against (\i, :..\NE
Ih. .--'.i :. .. 11. 1 :, 11 T-. n .,! M \ Ni i I'! < \ I.l
deceased lati nl Dadi County, Plor- Attorney for Appllcanl
Ma, tn the Count......-. ol I'.i.i.- phi Ainsle) Hblg
" 1-17-34
notice under
fictitious name law
notice is hereby hiven
thi iiini. isikii. ,1. desiring to engage in
buslni s- under the I
EI.AHI.ER EIRMII RE a Eg'
1.mam1- Vgainsi Said MENT al loii" w tlagler Streel ''
.inn Intends t, .::' -.11 i
1 art

?'in IV. h, Florida
r-34-31
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, deairlng t., n.
. I.l lie in III I. .11- [lain, ol
HOIJ.DAY ON WHEELS VACATION
PACK VIE PLAN .1 8341 s W. :::i
Pei Mia i iii Intends to reg-
ister tha -1 1 name iiii the Clerk
,.i in .hi of 1 '.nl'- 'ount).
EI/HtlDA PI BLICITT I'i'I'.N'iMI..
INC
1 \\ H \, ... ,.,
li ^ Bldg., Miami
' 1 :-.'
I HAXXE II 1 1 ill \ Nl' \S
a k a IUAXXE II RODIN
II k.a I'l.v.NNi: 11 FREDERICK
1 lefendam
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T. BIANNE II ii'llAN. \S 11 k .,
I'lANNi: M HODIN .' k h
HIANNE II I REDERICK
You are hereb) notified thai a Hill
nl Complalnl for Dlvorci ha- been
filed .o4.'iii~i you, and you ari re-
inn .1 to Serve a cop) ol \ 1
I Pleading i" thi Rill Com-
plalnl on the plaintiff's Attorney,
JOHH REPHl'N, 1370 Washington
Avenue, Suite 211, Miami Reach
Florida and til-- the original Vnswei
nr Pleading In th- offlei ol th< Clerk
of the Clrcull Court on ..1 before thi
lib da) of s. ptember, 1962 It > 1
fall to 'I" so, Judgment b) default ill Y01 an
be taken against you for thi rellel
demanded in the Hill of Compli
in notice shall be published om 1
each week foi four conaecutlvi weeks
in THE JEWISH Kl.l IRII 'I \ N
I'i'.Nl-' AND ORItERED al Miami,
El.....la, tin- 26th da) nl July, A D
1982
I-: H I.i: VTHERMAN, Clerk
1 'iniiit Court, I'a.n Count!. Klorlda
County, ami file thi .-am. in dupll-
cali and is pro\ Idi .1 In s.-. 1 on 7:::: 16,
- in their offices In
I thi Count) Courthousi in l.nl.
ty, Florida within six calendar
1 months from thi tlmi nf the fli -t
1.nl.In Htion hi reof, .a the san ^^ ill
hi barred.
Hated ..' Miami Klorlda, tin- 3lsl
day of July, A.D 1962
MIAMI REACH I-'IRST NATL RANK
11) Snnfoi ,1 R Pb Trust 1 ifficer
\- Exi. ni.
Kirsl -in .1ti1.11 ol 1 In- noti<. on
da) ..f Viis-ii-t. 1962.
JOHN II I'llll'i
Alt,,in.-, foi Ex, ,
": Onslet 1: i MI11 l-'Ia
I- R :-:.! 1
- 1-10-17-24
24-31
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITiOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
n.l. : Bigm .1. uesl ng to engag 1
. ^- under 1 he fictitious name -f
lb IT I 'i : in 'I.l DAY it Suiti I,
=,." Lincoln R'l M imi Bead
end In 1 eglster said nami
1 "lerk of the "ii 1 u:t Courl
Count) Klorlda
I'HII.I.IP BRAY
ROBERT R \N rill >RD
i'.M.I AXi 'I- I '. WALLER & I. II"
Vttorneys foi Phillip Bra) and
Robi n 1: inti
*, 24-31
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'. n'lii: is HEREBY tHY EN that
the undersigned, desiring to engag 1
.business under the fictitious name ->f
CARRBRAS i-xjiii'M I :.n r "Sarvloa
1 ilvlslon." at 1 in"," NW I 'th \
'im Locka, Florida, md Intend t-t
registei .-.ml name "ith the Olerk !
h. 1 ircult Courl "f I >ads m tj.
(Circuit
mri Seal'
B) In INALD TAl'TENH \ N,
Heput) Clerk
JltSH RKPHI N
Suite ".'i I, 1370 Washington \-. 1
Miami Reach, Kloi Ida
At torne) f..t Plaintiff
17-24
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 56605-A
IX RE Estati of
HELEN W STRK V M.
I......-..I
NOT.CE TO CREDITORS
To Ml Creditors and All Persons II.iv- Klorlda
Ing Claims Demands Kgalnsl Said MEI.VIN I. CABRERAS
WALTER R Pi IT
hereb) notified and re- REAKBECK & FTEOERS
to preaenl -in* claims and de- Vttorneys foi Carreras E<|
m.ui.1- win, h you ma) havi against
Ihi estati .a HELEN u STREAM
deceased lati nl 11 idi 1 'mini
Ida, t.. the Count) 1 ml-, ol 1 >ndi
and fib the saim In Ihi ir
a, :h, Count) Courthousi in
I'a.l. County, Klorlda, within .-i\ cal-
endai months from tin date of the
m. nt "S,-r\ ice Divisi l
South State Ro id Si ti
Wesl lli.lK wood, Ploi
"
P
aii..n b. reof, in tin- sa
win be barred.
vr.ni: \ STRK \\l. .11:
Admlnisti
UNSI.EE R EERDIE
Attoi n. )
1:- West Klaglei Street
Miami 3i, Kloi 1I.1
me
-17-24
0UAUTY, (KIIA8IUTY
AND StMICt
GELB MONUMENTS INC.
140 SW 57th AVE.
MO 1-8583


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Page 16-A
>Jf*lsttorrHinr
Friday, August 24, '.qri
Jem Blamed for Argentine Violence
Mining whal they are doing." (described Fr. Heinveil
\n editor ol La Prensa. a lead- "goof," who does not repi
.,,., Aires daily newapaper, church and acts on his
JTABy Direct Teletype
NEW YORKA Roman Catho-
lic priest in Argentina, who is the
author of anti-Semitic books, and
has been charged by Jewish lead-
ers with being the spiritual leader
of the Nazi-style Tacuara Youth
Organization, which directs the
anti-Jewish atrocities in the coun-
try, told the Buenos Aires corres-
pondent of The New York Times
that the Jews and not the anti-
Semitic terrorists are to be
blamed for anti-Jewish atacks in
Argentina.
The vitriolic anti-Jewish inter-
view, given by the priest, Rev.
Julio Meinveille, which was car-
ried in Tuesday's New York Times,
contains ridiculous allegations
against Jews, including the allega
tion that "Jews had provoked the
attacks in an attempt to get laws
passed against Argentine national-
ists." He also charged that Jews
were linked with the Communist
movements among the students in
; Buencs Aires University.
He denied any connection with
the Tacuara anti-Semitic group,
and said that it is not true that
Tacuara members get military
trainir.i, ideological indoctrin-
ation, and instruction in "oier-
ational tactics" at Catho'ie Cen-
ters. On the other hand, the
priest alleged there are 28
groups of armed Jews in the
single province of Entre Rios.
The recent widely-publicized
wave of anti-Semitic attacks was
' not so serious as it was made out
to be by Jews, the priest said He
;aid a police investigation had
shown that a recent case in which
I i swastika was said to have been
slashed on the breasts of a Jewish
girl student was "another Jewish
provocation."
2 Airman Study; One Will Go Home
Dr. Hugh M. Musof and Dr. Mur-
ray L. Kane, both with the rank
of captain in the United States Air
Force, have completed the orien-
tation course for officers of the
medical service at Gunter AFB,
Ala.
Both were given familiarization
instruction covering administrative
procedures, military medicine and
medical service support of USAF
objectives.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton R.
Kane, 1052 NE 176th ter.. No.
Miami Beach, Copt. Kane is be-
ing reassigned to a USAF sup-
port unit in Turkey. He will
join the staff there for practice
as a physician.
Dr. Kane received his BS and
MD degrees from the University
of Miami. He is married to the
former Marcie Savransky. of 651
Jefferson ave.
Capt. Musof is being reassigned
to the 46th Tactical Hospital, RAF
Station, Lakenheath. England, lie
will join the staff there for prac
tice as a dentist.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
See Anti-Israel
Moves in Algeria
Continued from Pag 1-A
raqui, former president of the Al-
gerian Zionist Federation and now
living in Israel. Nomination by the
FLN is tantamount to election.
The FLN had first planned to
have 18 Europeans represent the
500.000 French Algerians, but un-
til now. only two have given their
agreement, Mr. Chouraqui and an-
other Oranc.se French Algerian. All
Others approached, including for-
mer Algiers Mayor Jaques Chev-
illier, who helped mediate the
cease-fire between the European
minority and the FLN, refused to
accept the nominations.
Philip Musof. 7946 East Drive, Har-
bor Island, and received his degree
from Tufts College. Boston His
fraternity is Phi Epsilon Pi.
Airman First Class Philip M.
Schutzer has been scheduled for
release from Air Force active
duty during the latter part of
August.
An Air Force aeromedical spec-
ialist, he was called to duty with
I the 146th Air Transport Wing at
[ Van Nuys Air National Guard Base
in California during the defense
buildup last year.
Son of Mr. and Mrs Louis
Schutzer. 1S65 SW 7th st., Airman
Schutzer received his BS degree
Irom the University of Miami He
is married to the former Roberta
A. Meilberger, of 3055 SW 17th st
in his interview with the New
York Times correspondent, the
pries: went out of his waj -" em-
phasize several points from ins
book on .lews He marked i pas-
saee that declared that Jews were
striving to take over the riches of
ill peoples, tc corrunt th-m. ind
reduce them to the status of slaves
The theme of the book is thai
Chr'stians and Jews havn been,
I'd are in constanl conflict, be-
cause of the determination ol
.lews t rule the world through
Capitalism and Communism. In
his book. Meinvielle refers tc ;!u
Jews as "a cursed race" and as
agents and sons of the devil
The New Yo-l< Times corres-
pondent stressed the fact that, al-
though Meinvielle has been in
conflict on occasion with church
authorities, and is hardly con-
sidered representative of the
church, he was able to use a
Catholic university hall recently
for a The correspondent reports that
an important Catholic lay leader
described Fr. Meinvielle as "very
small." with a few readers of his
books. This man believes that the
priest and his following created
perverted minds with lies" and
provoke violence without fully
mi TO OUR READERS!
'Time for School1
Program Slated
At a "Time for School" program
;>t the Coral Way Jewish Center,
parents of nursery and kinder gar
ten children will meet the faculty
of the preschool and be informed
of the program to be offered this
year
Thiy will also be shown movies
and slides of the programs carried
out during the previous year.
Mrs. Carol Cynamon, director of
the pre-school. and her stall' will
direct a forum.
24-Year Hebrew-English
Calendar. 32 pages. All
dates and Hebrew equiva-
lents and days of the week,
Vet. 1940 to Sept. 15)64.
Important Jewiih holidayi
to mo.
For free copy write to H. J.
Heine Company, Dept. J2,
Pittaburgh 30, Pennsylvania
THE JEWISH HOME
FOR THE AGED
needs for its
THRIFT SHOP
All your furniture, clothing,
linens, dishes, drapes, etc.
All proceed* go towards support of
th Home. You may contribute, take
tax deduction or we will pay cash
for same. Remember we are NOT
profit-making organization We
are helping your community to keep
its dignity. By helping others you
are helping yourself) Manufacturers
end jobbersrememberwe can use
II your >utcasts 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
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-K-*cpr.-V ^^H
^> n A
j ft
fA.
by ISABEL GROVE
ption in honor of Mltzi< Ri i
' .....i has just been announced hv her par
Mr and Mrs. Bernard Elrod of Berni's restaurant
them in '-heir home, 1720 s\\ 32n S in la\ afti i
itdoor buffet supper will feature .. double sheet cake wish-
ppini si to Mitzi and Hal." and the 200 g n sts h be pro
:, : the possibility of rain by a huge tent The pretty
fleet, a former sweetheart of Hurricane AZA, will wear a
hantung sheath with white bodice and turquoise skirl joined
oven inserts of turquoise on white and a matching four-button
Guests will include her sisters, Sheila and Carole, now
; nny Kessler Also parents of the future bridegroom,
Mrs. Seymour Marks, his grandparents, Mr and Mrs. Sam-
jtahl, and his sisters. Gloria and Barbara
: g is planned.
A December
..-...i in New York recently wan their daughter Marilyn, Mil-
jr.d Morris Gidney, of No. Bay dr., were entertained by Man-
fiance. Peter, and his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hotf-
Then the future bride and her mother visited Boston I'ni-
A'here Marilyn, who is majoring in speech therapy, will
inior come September Others the Gidneys saw while in
Town, local friends Frances and Murray Was-erman. who
i taken an apartment for the summer at the Warwick .
:hem are daughters .lerri, a student at Skidmorc. and Denny.
(ten Butfalo l'. and son Steve, whose engagement to Janet
n will be celebrated with a gaia Sept. 2 .
. dl} interested in foreign languages and stimulated by at-
at the Sorbonne ths summer, Roxanne I'allot already plan
stud} advancec: French abroad again next year Mean-
II return to the University of Wisconsin, where she'll he
the l'i Ita Zeta sorority house She's the daughter of
. bert I'allot .
Louis Baidas driving son Theodore Stanley to Boonville,
here he'll attend Ktmpcr Military School and College .
heir return, they'll take an extensive buying trip through the
.-urn states for executive gifts for their Louis Baida Spec
- ems as though every resident oi the Greater Miami area has
:: has iust returned, or is about to embark on a vacation
-i .].< where, someplace Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Altschuller
president of Beth Amand their two pretty daughters on a
,i week flying tour of South America .Joined by the Howard
bergs and their attractive daughters who were completing a
i nth long visit .
'.'it Louis iBe-s Glassers and daughter Sunny left last week
: ; Caribbean cruise Other daughter. Mona Louise, visiting
i ::i mt.li classmates .
Korach will meet his Marge, who's been in Los Angeles
Ski isco for the past severs weeks, in Mexico for their
:i .
rmar. Greet anothei by th exotii
bordei i. a < ou| i f ks Noman's
eth Am
. first trij I ["axco and Cuernavaci M x for Mrs. Helen
; iio gisti Mrs Jam Garri an i me .
r w< lb ou I thi country is the way they d< scribe it,
r:< tverj hing, irange native dishes French food, local
- every b.t of il wi nderful."
the Sam Friedmans, oi 3051 S\V 3rd ave., this summer was
h success because they spent it with their children in
and
family reunions were the order of the day for Mr- Hannah
spent several weeks' inner home town of Louisville, Ky.
attended the wedding of niece. Marjorie Berman. to Rob-
K : The new bride is the daughter of Hannah's brother
sister-in-law Mr and Mrs Dennis Berman .
I. ways for Annabelle and Flame, twin daughter-
Mrs Paul 11. Press Treasure Isle June gra nates
h, Elaine, who is attending the Bar Mitzvah
Fred Press, in Lyndbrook, L.I. will remain north
i \ev y rk I niversity as an education major Annabelle,
University of Miami school of music, will con-
si dj voici ..rid piano there .
: Coast visitor, 15-year-old Linda Jane Rubin,
v th aunt ami uncle, Bea and Mike Mersel Has
at the ici show- here and spent several weekends
. Thii es she enjoys most though is helping out in
4lst st Will b wingii g back to New
e is a junior at Midwood High.
cm E ith Gertnerhe's executive director oi Mt. Sinai
mi from a three-week tour oi Europe their tirst .
I the hospital, J, Gerald Lewi-, included th w
' Seattle in his globe circling junket, which started way back
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her European travelers home again, the Harry Gunthers .
Myra (Mrs. Aaron l Fair, who accompanied 144 -assorted Na-
ouncil of Jewish Women and husbands" .
ir of these United States for the Howard Drusins and 1am-
And a cool summer in Illinois now behind Gen (Mrs. Ron-
Levitt and offsprings Howard and Lynn, trying to revive that
CtiVf Florida suntan at Westbrooke Country Club's cabanas .
nt.ri year in Spain for Stanley and Norma Cheren and
Id Isa Son oi Mrs Sylvia Papier and George Cheren.
<. received a BS degree trom Florida State U in June and
>tudj art (01 the next 12 months They're in the picturesque
01 < aSUU Dele!.- .
< wing in thi footsteps Ol her grandmother, the wcll-knrwn
artist Revna Youngerman, 5-year-old Debbie Cindy recently
'< painting prize at the Crandon Park Children's Festival .
nine wah her parents, the lormer Judith You.-girman
becjan Gindy in Hendersonville.
known Miami attorney. Kenneth Myers, back from
weeks in Gotham Town .
vacation at Grossingers for Mrs. James G and <
': Rosalyi | Not mandy Isle .
eats foi 'lirbert and Dottv Freedman are bii pan
mi. and Mrs. Charie- Freedman, of New Work.
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Section B
A broken leg couldn't keep Mrs. Alan Schrag- Adler. Mort Zimmerman, Leonard Kalish. Sis-
ger (second from right) away from a "coffee'' terhood president. Sanford Mandell. Maurice
sponsored by Temple Judea Sisterhood. Mrs. Rose. Marvin Levin, membership vice presi-
Louis Easton (extreme right) is shown wel- dent, and sporting her week-old cast. Mrs.
coming Sisterhood members to her home. Left Alan Schrcggei.
to right are Mesdames Henry Fine, btantey
Women's League
Branch Meeting
- board meet i i of the Flori-
da brand I led nen' League
i Ann rica was l bi held Thurs-
c..-. evening at thi Lsrealite Cen-
:<: .
St< in Sis as to be
'.(-: Mrs William Dickson, pres-
itent i i thi Fl rida t ranch, was to
i reside
Seniors Will
Meet Thursday
Sunshine Stati Senior Citizens
for Medicare will have a special
meeting or. the Medicare program
nexl Thursday evenii g. Aug. :>o. m
thi Washington Federal Savings
i ci Loan Assn., 1133 Normandy
< :
Gin -t spi aker will be Phil Sahl,
esident of the Four Freedoms-
Civic Club of tin I r -i lent Madi-
.-( :. hi '
iis SI pri sidenf of the
citizens i will discuss
ance Compi es
Locking over unique table decorctions ct c Westbrooke Cc-
try Club ladies luncheon are Mrs. Frederick Korsani Mis.
Maurice Cohen and Mrs. Charles Gropper.
Night Snack 'Bar1 at Mt. Sinai
Mt. Sinai Hospital board of trus-
tees has provided for a new night-
time snack bar for the comfort of
Mt. Sinai visitors and for employ-
ees wh< work the night shift.
!.< mted on the hospital's second
floor, across from the Medical
Library, the new snack bar sug-
gesti the ingenuity oi modern tech-
oology in th form oi the vending
machine At the drop of a coin,
. sitors and employees may pur
chas< hot and cold sandwiches
11\irages, eoffei hot choco-
late, ic< cream, salads and pastries.
proceeds from this new food-
in ndinj fat ilil go to I
Womi n's Au: of Mt. S
H( pital, as d( Qm procei
C< 11't Shop, which is op< n di
the day-time hours.
dt < i from 8 p.m. to 6:30 a m .
nightly, the new "night-snackery"
v ill f re vide ;. great com ei enci
for hospital guests and employees
during the law \ ening ai
h Titereth Israel Sisterhccc
Meeting ! c e< I] bi hi Id on Mont ; ;- < .
ing ir the social hall New
jects < introduced and i
cussi: < : Wednesday evei
the Ski In od will hold t
party i]
conditicned rcsh
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Hadassch Units
Plan Meetings
Morton Towers group of Hadas-
i"ill hold its first meeting ore
1 I p.m in thi card room
the south building In Morton
Tcw( --
Under the auspices of Mrs. Rose
Ian, program chairman. Dr.
Howard M Sachar's newest book,
"Aliyah," will be reviewed.
Mrs Samuel Goldberg is pres-
ide!! of the gn u|
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I. R. Goodman group meets ev-
e> third Wednesday of the month
il the Washington Federal bldg.,
12 4 Washington ave.. Miami
Beach. Mr- Hadassah Fossler is
; m sclent
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eoi meeting at the Eden Roe
hotel on Mi i di j a skit. "Let's
Gel Acqi written by Mrs.
: I Blum, :. and nar-
: eldman. was
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Friday, August 24
Candy Stripers
Push 'Vocation'
On 'Vacation'
Dedicating themselves to human
kindness as a "vocation" rather
than a "vacation," some 200 high
school girls chose to serve as can
dy stripers at Mt. Sinai Hospital
hi Greater Miami this summer
They will he honored at a tea on
Aug 29 in the Leon Lowenstein
Nurses Home.
Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes. presi-
dent of the Women's Auxiliary of
Ml. Sinai Hospital, will present 50
and 200-hour pins and certificates
for 100 hours of volunteer service
performed by the deserving candy
stripers.
To become a Volunleen. one must
be a member of the Mt. Sinai
Women's Auxiliary unler the can-
dy stripe program, which is gov-
erned by the National Hospital
Assn. Under the supervision of
Mrs. Marvin Silver, chairman of
the Volunteens for the Women's
Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai Hospital,
the girls were interviewed and had
written permission from their
parent or legal guardian. They
became familiar with the hospital
through a guided tour and then
were given a complete orientation
of the duties to be performed in
each department.
Sparkling in their uniforms, the
candy stripers proved to be an in-
tegral part of the hospital program,
filling in for Pink Ladies while on
vacation. They also performed
clerical duties in many of the hos-
pital's departments, as well as
checking supplies for rooms in Cen-
tral Supply, assisting in the Phar-
macy, by making deliveries and
checking under supervision, serv-
ing as waitresses in the Snack Bar.
aiding nurses with patients in Ped-
iatrics, helping to admit and dis-
charge patients, assisting nurses as
floor receptionists, assisting nurses
in the Out-Patient Clinic, and dis-
pensing merchandise on the Gift
Cart.
Left to right are Dale Ratsky and Karen Osteryoung, candy
stripers at Mt. Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami, as they per-
form their duties in the Central Supply Room at the hospital.
Golda Meir to Address Hadassah
Convention in Pittsburgh Sept. 16-19
Clothing Resale
Set by Women
Projects scheduled by the Temple
Beth Am Sisterhood for the com-
ing season include a like-new cloth-
ing resale, with Mrs. Daniel Franco
and Mrs. Morton Notarious, chair-
men.
Mrs. Stanley Wellins is accept-
ing registrations for the children's
d;,ncing classes, and Mrs. Herman
Kellman and Mrs. Sidney Efrenson
are in charge of the New Year's
greeting book to be published.
Beth El Reservations
Reservations are now being ac-
cepted at Congregation Beth El
Miami, for the High Holidays.
THE TINY
LITTLE
TEA LEAVES")
give fullest
strength
end flavor!
Certifted Kfwhtr inH Par**
under strict iupr>mo of
FUitu Jetob Cohen,
EtleyI
By Special Report
Mrs. Golda Meir. Foreign Min-
ister of Israel, will address the
, 48th national convention of Hadass-
ah, the Women's Zionist Organiza-
tion of America, to be convened at
the Hilton hotel. Pittsburgh. Pa .
Horn Sept. 16 through 19.
Mrs Moses P. Epstein and Mrs
High Salpeter. chairman and co-
chairman, respectively, of llada-s-
ah's national convention commit-
tee, announced that Mrs, Meir will
be the principal speaker at the con-
vention banquet Tuesday evening.
Sept. 18. Mrs. Meir will discuss
the problems facing Israel today
Featured speakers at the conven-
tion's Eirsl evening session Sun-
day, Sept. 16. will be Chester
Bowles, the President's special rep-
resentative, and Avraham Harman,
Israel's ambassador to the United
States.
Bowles will evaluate the prob-
lems of American policy in the
Middle East when he addresses the
Hadassah convention. He will also
cover the overall role which the
United States must play on the in-
ternational scene against the back-
ground of a rapidly-changing world.
The four-day convention will be
attended by more than 2.000 Had
assah delegates, representing the
organization's more than 318.000
members in 1,320 chapters and
groups throughout the United States
and Puerto Rico.
In another highlight of the con-
vention, the delegates will hear an
address by Mrs. Siegfried Kramar
sky, national president of Had.,
ah, in which she will review the
activities of the organization dur
ing the past year and discuss maj
or problems on the American ancf
International scenes
other sessions will he addi
by Miss Align- Brook- A
Secretary of Sl;it< of the ','.
men) of Liberia; Dr Jona ;.
discoverer of the Salk polio
cine; David Lawrence fjo
of Pennsylvania. Joseph VI Ban
mayor of Pittsburgh Dr K
J. Mann, director-general of the
Hadassah Medical Or:-.>r,./.r
Israel. Moshe Kol vorld '
Youth Aliyah the Ji
cue movement
Also Mrs Ora Ooitem i ban
of the Hada ;.li I ',.:, ,
Dr. Solomon P. r'reehof
Rode! Shalom Temple '.
burgh; Rabbi Arthur 11/.
Fairmont Temple < levnland fj
in Daniel s Uheever
professor of public >ffor~ I .-,,,. r
sity of Pittsburgh -.r,-i i i, y
executive direi loi of <
Israel Public Affaii I .
National Hadassah leaders to ad-
dress the variou- convention sess-
ions will include Mrs Herman
Shulman. former national president
of Haddassah and now national
chairman sah's Zionist Af
fairs Mrs Samuel w
Halpr itional president
ber ol
the Ji Vmericai Se
Dr Miriam K Freun I, for
assah
and r ol the Execu-
Zionist Coun-
cil; Mr- Mori Had-
Mr-
mal chair
Mi lical Or
the L'.S
:. Tuhn, nation-
airman of Hadassah Medical
jmmittee; Mrs M a x
-ah's national chair-
man Aliyah; .lulliet N.
chairman of
Hadassah icational Education
Committee Mrs Leonard Cohen.
Hadl member-hip
chairman Mn Edward Luster-
mar.. Hadasah national American
Affair- bairman, Mrs. Henry
Goldman, Hadassah'; national edu-
cation chairman
Mn Sidney Munter and Mr- Sey-
Kieir, r<- chairman and 10
chairman n e if tiu Pit!
burgh Had com-
mittee
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Free Booklets
Available Today
By Special Report
n. makers, of Diamond I r.
Kosher Salt have announced thai
The Jewish Housewife's Guide
ani -A Child's rrcasure Chi
Jewish Holidays an again avail-
able,
These two popular booklets have
just been reprinted Send your
name and address to the Jewish
Floridian. P.O Box 1-2973, Mian...
Fla for free copies
The Jewish Hocsewife's Guide"
is printed in Yiddish and English.
and gives complete instructions on
the koshering of meal and fowl It
contains a five-year Jewish Holi
day calendar and the Hebrew and
English version of Ihe Sabbath
and Holiday candlelighting bless
ings
a Child's Treasure Chest of
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form, of major holidays.
All housewives remember that
Diamond Crystal Kosher Salt .-
perfect for koshering meat and
fowl. Produced under strut rah
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Passover and the year round, and
is not too thin and went dissi
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Sugarine Helps
In Bulge Battle
By Special Report
Watching your waistlini D
tedd you to lose weight? In
case, your job is going to be a lot
hanks to a product i alii
"Sugarine "
Sugarine is the best-known of all
calorie-free liquid sweeteners
Prom coast to coast, it's rapidly
becoming a familiar sight on the
dining tables of homes and restau-
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Unlike most heat-producing,
calorie-laden sweetening agents,
Sugarine keeps you cool, can't acid
even one small ounce to the u.u.-t
line. It's flavor is light and bright,
not heavy or syrupy.
Ideals in Today's World
P<: manent Ideals In a
will be the topii
am "Still Small Voic
eh. 7. WCKT-TV on Sunday,
. .i n Speaker will bi
non Schiif. spiritual |i
i zation Beth El.
)M Games Party
Abe Horrowitl Auxiliary .i,
War Veteran*, is plannii
jong and card party at the '"nj.
lied, bid:; No Miami Bi
sept 6 at 8:30p.m. Mrs \l skopk,
19521 NE 22nd rd No Miami
Beach, is publicity ch |
the event
If you like
KREPLACH
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Ravioli
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INSTANT
OR
REGULAR
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sweetened with
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Buy it sliced or in a biff
tasty chunk today for
sandwiches, omelets,
sal.ul*. canapes... fr
breakfast, lunch. ?up-
per ami icebox rai ling.
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everybody loves for
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Double Ring Rites at Beth David
Unite Rita Kaplan, Edward Ginsburg
Arilm.ii o
MRS tDWIS GINSBUHC
A double ring candlelight cere-
mony on Sunday evening, A,ug 19. i
united Rita Kaplan, daughter of
Mr an:l Mrs. Leon Kaplan, 1795
SW ii'th St., and Edwin Michael;
Ginsburg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Zion Ginsburg, 2850 Prairie ave.
Officiating at the nuptials, held
at Beth David, were Rabbi Norman
N. Shapiro. Cantor William Lipson.
and Rabbi .lack ftf. Rosoff. spirit-
ual leader oi Beth Ernes in Larch-
mont, N Y who is the bridegroom's
brother in law
Following reception and formal
dinner in the Temple's ballroom,
the newlyweds left for a honey-
moon in Nassau
Given in marriage by her fath-
er, the former Miss Kaplan wore
the peau de soie bridal gown be-
longing to her sister, Mrs. Rich-
ard I. Brickman, who served as
matron of honor. The gown was
ornamented with appliques of alen-'
con lace and featured a sheath skirt
and cathedral train.
A pearl crown held her illusion
veil, and she carried white orchids
and stephanotis on her mother's
bridal Bible, also carried bv her
Feiss, Stiller WHI
[Live in Gainesville
v early evening ceremony at
I ii Seville hotel united Susan Still-
and Joel Feiss on Sunday. Aug
Rabbi Mordecai Podet official-
at the double ring candlelight
^uptials, which were followed by
reception and lormal dinner at
the hoi
For her u< < g the bride wore
long gown of -ilk peau de sole.
featuring a sweetheart neckline
ind long point-to-finger sleeves.
the empire waist and belled skirt.
ppliqued with hand-drawn alencon
lace, fell to a full sweep train. A
vreath crown ol tiny flowers held
It he silk illusion butterfly veiling.
laud she earned white roses with
la yellow tinted orchid in the cen-
ter.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Larry
IM.irks. and bride-maids were Nan-
< Tauber, Diane Tauber. Ronnie
l eiss, Benita Macbtey and Barbara
[Kosnick.
Serving as besl man was Larry
Marks, and tnomsmen included
JGarj Stiller, Art Surloff. Joel
IKreps, Bill Cohen, Steve Issenberg
lend Alan Helman.
The bride is the daughter of Mr
loud Mrs. Sidney Stiller. 210 SW
I F>-*TIt ave. Ilir husband's parents
I are Mr and Mi- Leo Feiss. 8771
|SW 4!th st.
The young couple both graduat-
led from Miami Senior High, and
lore now attending the University
lf Florida His fraternities are1
-isTcr at her nuptl3frTive 'yea??;
ago.
Bridesmaids were Mrs. Jack M.
Rosoff, the bridegroom's sister,
Beverly Jacobson, Judy Bernstein
and Mrs. A. M Furst. Karen Susan
Brickman, the bride's niece, was
flower girl
Best man to the bridegroom was
Howard Owen, and serving as ush-
ers were Richard Brickman. Per-
ry Cohen. Herman Paul and Stan-
ley Kaplan, the bride's brother.
The young couple will live in
Gainesville where they are both at-
tending the University of Florida.
The new Mrs. Ginsburg is a grad-
uate of Miami Senior High and a
member of Alpha Epsilon Phi sor-
ority.
Her husband is an alumnus of
Miami Beach Senior High and the
University Of Florida, now a junior
in the university's law school. He
is a member of Pi Lambda Phi;
Phi Alpha Delta, legal fraternity:
Beta Gamma Sigma, business hon-
orary; and Phi Kappa Alpha, na-
tional honorary.
Other relatives here for the oc
casion were Mr. and Mrs Herman
Altschul ami daughter. Susan, un-
cle and aunt of the groom; Mrs
Isreal Mawrence and daughter.
Arlene Wallace, aunt of the groom;
Mr. and Mrs. Wolf Rubin, cousins,
from New York City.
Relatives of the bride were Dr.
and Mrs Harry (;. Rinzler. uncle
and aunt; the Harry Kaplans, un-
cle and aunt; and the Macy Gor-
dons, cousins.


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Mrs. ion tins
Pi Lambda Phi. social, and Pi Mu,
premedical.
After a motor trip to New Or-
leans, the newlyweds will live at
403 SW 3rd St.. Gainesville, while
they complete their education.
Temple Cotillion
Names Teachers
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mandell have
been appointed instructors of the
Cotillion at Temple Judea for the
season beginning Oct. 25.
Mandell has lived in this area
for 11 years. He received a BA
, degree from the University of Mi-
ami in 1955, having worked his
way through school as a dancing
teacher. Since 1957, he has been
teaching social studies at the Hen-
ry H Filer Junior High in Hia-
leah.
Registration for the Temple Cotil-
lion is now open to seventh, eighth
and ninth grade children. Mrs.
Melvin Schwartz is Cotillion chair-
man.
|Zim Official Back From Tour Study
Extensive preparations for of
Ificial receptions honoring members
|l ihe Greatei Miami Israel Asso-I
< : on s Shalom Cruise' aboard the
:>- Jerusalem cr Nov. 8 through 20
'avi been completed.
V tzhak Gerstenhaber, vice pres-l
ol the American-Israel (Flor-
Shipping (i returned this
from a tour of several of the
I countrk to be visited by
'' South Honda Jewish lead-
It'- luring th< good will cruise
: BIRTHDAZE :
A son, Paul Adam, born in New
|York to the termer Ilene Goldman
|8nd husband Richard Pacun. joins
Beth Sharon, V<2. Maternal,
grandparents are Lee and Lou
I<;". Iman, of Coral Gables. Matern- j
il areat-grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs Morris Heldman, of Miami,
|*cach. Sadie and Murray Pacun^j
frequent visitors here, are paternal I
grandparents. '
Gerstenhaber also reported that
reservations for the tour aboard
the Zim Lines vessel are mount-
ing steadily under the leadership
of Maurice Revitz, Ben Essen,
Leonard Solomon, Jack S. Popick,
Henry Gilbert, Fred K. Shocket
and other association officers.
St. Thomas in the Virgin Islands.
Santo Domingo in the Dominican]
Republic, Kingston in Jamaica.
Aruba in the Netherlands Antilles.
and San Juan in Puerto Ricoall
ports of call for the 12-day Shalom
Cruisewere visited by Gersten-
baker,
He visited with San Juan's woman
mayor. Kelisa Hincon de Gautier;
Aruba's acting governor-, Isaac S.
de Cuba; Aaron J. Matalon. presi-
dent of Kinston's United Congrega-
tion of Israelites; Bruno Philipp, |
honorary consul of Israel in Santo;
Domingo; and other dignitaries to
arrange for gala receptions of the
cruise participants.
Art to be Seen
At Bridge Club
Arnold H. Perlstein and Robert
J. Estis, directors of the Venetian
Isle Bridge Club. 1929 Bay rd..
claim that their players "react bet-
ter and think faster when they're
surrounded by good art."
Starting Sunday. Aug. 26, the
club will exhibit a group of afo-|
stractions and West Indies island |
drawings from 4 to 6 p.m., painted |
by watercolorists Laura Zeldin and
Irma Bachelor and modern artist
Charles R. Jacobson.
The three-man art show, and all
subsequent exhibits, will be under
the direction of Betty Kay, of Mar-
lon, Pa., a member of the National
Society of Interior Designers, who
is noted as a specialist in wall de-
cor and placement of art in the
home,
Lorber Chapter
Swim Dance
On Saturday nfght, Lorber chap-
ter. Children's Asthma Research
Institute and Hospital, will present
a summer fiesta.
A swim-dance will be held at the
Airliner motel, 4155 NW 24th s1
from 9 p.m. to midnight. Reserva-
tions chairman is Mrs Jack Baum
Regular monthly meeting of the
chapter will be held Tuesday noon
at the Pub restaurant Mrs Mar-
vin Guberman is president of the
group.
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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Annette Mrs. Barnett) Breeskin has a certain air f quietness
a caim feeling that rub., off on the people about her. She grew up in
New York City and attended Hunter College. Her father was a mu-
sician, plaved the oboe, so that it was natural for Annette to study
music, too. She studied piano with Leo Berditchevsky. and was
accompanist 'o the world-renowned basso, Boris C'hahapin. Later, she
taught piano. Then she married Morris Goldin. When she moved to
Miami Beach about fifteen years ago. she became active in the affairs
of her community. She started to work in Mt.
Sinai Hospital, continuing her former volun-
* teer activities at Beth Israel Hospital in
Boston.
Annette became the fourth president ol
the Women's Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai Hospital
She also became chairman of the personnel
board of Miami Beach, and has been active
in Friends of the Library. Greater Miami
.Jewish Federation, and Sisterhood of Temple
Beth Sholom. among others. She was also a
founder of the Co-Opera Group, interested in
the Symphony Guild and the Miami Beach
Civic Orchestra, where she worked with Bob
^f ~ Breeskin. who subsequently became her hus-
Y^^^k hand ofter the loss of Morris.
;gf ^k ji^^ Bob's whole life revolves about music.
^^^^I^^i^i^i^a*. jje js a vi0imjst and conductor of the Miami
ANNtTTt Beach Civic Orchestra. Since their marriage.
Annette's life has changed. He travels in pursuit of his music, and
Annette goes along, too. This type of life is most stimulating and
colorful, she finds. The Breeskins just returned from a Conductors'
Workshop in California and are on the way to another one in Virginia
ginia.
Annette is a most efficient person. She is an excellent cook, but
takes it in her stride, saying that cooking should come naturally and
should not be made a fetish. She also is a very determined person
as was proved when she served as chairman of the admissions board
of the Mt. Sinai School of Practical Nursing and traveled all around
the state recruiting high school students. In her own distinctive way.
Annette succeeds in interesting nearly everyone in nearly everything.
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THREE TO TRAVEL
Three traveling vacationers, seeing America First, wound up for
dinner at the home of Dubby (Mrs. Saul) Pine in Los Angeles. A for-
mer Beachite. she was glad to get the latest news of Miami Beach
from Eddie, son of Lou and Sally Loeb; Mike, son of Sylvia Weil; and
Dick, son of Dr. jnd Mrs. Alexander Robbins. They went on to Cal-
Neva Ledge in Lake Tahoe, Calif., where they got pointers from Eddie
Fisher, who was appearing there.
PAGE 52 -THE READERS DIGEST
The accounts of the Readers Digest are no doubt in a state of
confusion. Way last January, Gert (Mrs. Samuel) Ginsberg sent in a
squib for "Life in These United States." Just last week, when she had
forgotten all about it. came a check for one-hundred dollars. She's
been carrying it around in her purse and can't bear to cash it it
looks 50 thrilling. A real live author at last.
*
WHO WAS PUSHING THE BABY CARRIAGE?
That was Sidney Lefcourt looking like the doting grandfather he
is pushing the baby buggy in all that heat along Shore Drive West.
Cute as can be. the little miss in the buggy was Beth Arline. visiting
her grandparents, Sidney and Sylvia, with her mother. Barbara
Haiman. while her daddy, Barry, .ioeis his two-week army summer
camp hitch somewhere in Georgia
* *
HISTORY LESSON FIRST HAND
When Arthur Willens was at the National Institute of Health at
Bethtsda, Md., his roommate for 14 months was Cmdr. I. Tanick of
the Turkish Naval Academy. Instanbul. Since the Commander had
never seen any part of the U.S. other than the Washington. DC. area
his bus trip to Miami and his stay at the Willens home in Miami
Shorts was an eye opener to him Sis (Arthur's wife) said [hat their
four children were just as thrilled about hearing about life in Turkey,
* *
THE DAY BEFORE
Last Saturday was as busy as could be for Rita Kaplan and Edwin
Ginsburg, who were married in Beth David Synagogue on Sunday
evening. After services, the immediate family and out-of-town guests
went to luncheon at the home of the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Zion Ginsburg. That night was the wedding rehearsal, and a
bridal party afterward at the Jardin Suisse hosted by the Ginsburgs.
Members of the bridal party included Howard Owen, best man,
and Richard [, Brickman. Stanley Kaplan, Perry L. Cohen and Her
man Paul, ushers. Matron of honor was Mrs. Richard Brickman. sis-
ter of the bride, whose adorable daughter. Karen, had to go home after
rehearsal, being just a wee bit too young for the sparkling Burgundy
at the Jardin Suisse.
Mrs. Jack M. Rosoff, sister of the groom, whose husband, Rabbi
Jack M. Rosoff. assisted in officiating at the wedding ceremony, was
also an attendant, as well as Miss Beverly Jacobson, Mrs. A. J. Furst
and Miss Judy Bernstein. At the next wedding in the Leon Kaplan
family. Dotty will be mother of the groom, since both daughters are
now 'Mrs."
Horland, Blacker
Exchange Vows
Marsha Hope Blacker became
the bride of James Albert Horland
on Saturday evening, Aug. 18. w in
Rabbi Monis A Skop and camor
Herman K. Gottlieb officiating,
The wedding look place at tne
Deauville hotel and was followed
bv a reception and seated dinner
I here The nowlyweds are now on
a honeymoon trip to Ocho Rios.
MontegO Bay. and Kingston, Ja-
maica.
Daughter of Mr and Mrs. Ivar
j. Blacker, issn So Treasure dr.
the bride was attended bj her
=ister Sherry Gale Blacker. Brides-
maids were Mrs Hillard Halpryn,
Mrs David Rich and Mrs. Alan D
Savitz.
The floor-length bouffanl bridal
gown was of white peau de soie
and white reembroi lered alencon
lace, and featured a cathedral
train, The bouffant vi il was held
by a white crown adorned with
pearls, and ihe bride carried white
orchids and streamers oi stephan-
otis on the bridegroom's Bible
The bridegroom is the son of Dr.
and Mrs. Ephraim Horland 210 So
Shore dr., and the grandson ol Mrs
Anna Kay. His father served as
his best man Stanley Bertman,
Charles Brent and Michael H
Blacker were groomsmi n
The new Mrs. Hor I latcd
from Miami Beach High atti
the Universitj oi Miami, and is
now at the University of Florida.
Her sororit) i- Alpha Epsilon Phi.
Her husband has a BB \ di gree
from the University of Miami.
where he was .i member ol Zeta
Beta Tan fraternity He is pres-
ently attending the Universitj of
Florida law school.
The young couple will live in
Gainesville.
Friday. Augu3t 24. 19Q2
MRS. 1AMIS HORLAND
Mrs Jaffe Picks
Silk Organza
\ | gown ol
silk organza with a train
uas the choice ol Rosalie Rosen-
blum for her wedding to B<
Jaffe on Sundaj .it Temple Za
mora
David
si the
Senoff,
Other
Noon Rites Unite
Heilbronners
Diane Sharon Harris ari g.j
ward Heilbronner exchangi
tial vows in a high noon cei
on Sunday. Aug. 19. with R
Samuel Jaffee officiating f
marriage took place at the \
hotel and was followed bj
ception and luncheon.
The bride wore a white ;
soie gown ornamented u
appliques and ending In a
tram, and carried white ros ;;.
attendants were Miss \
Rothman and Miss Jeanni
Daughter of Mr and M
ward J. Harris, of 3173 -
ter. the new Mrs Heilbr
a graduate of Miami High
ed the University of Floi
.- now a student at the ;
of Miami
Her husband is an al
South Broward Hiuh and
i-ersitj ol Flori a He ii
tending law school thi
|j ol Miami
\:-,t ,i wedding trip
York Citj and Washingti
the newlyweds will live al
Flagler si
Parents of the bridegr
Mr and Mrs Harry I) S
\ ioth ave Hollywoo
1 : it her in law. Harold
.erved ,i besl man. an I
nard Wolfson, H>
dowsk\ and Joel Savitt.
Daughter ol Mr and Mrs
s Rosenblum, 2036 SW 12th
bride's sister, Mrs Shirley
was her matron of honor
attendants were Maxine Rubin,
Yvette Slotnick and [da Becker
Laura Senoff was flower girl and
Richard Rosenblum. ringbearer.
Best man to the bridegroom was
his brother-in-law, Bernard Bram.
Donald Cohen. Bernard Rosen-
blum. Allen Leiter. Dr. Allen Stal-
er, Claude Kichel and Roy Bram
served :is ushers
The new Mrs. Jaffe is a grad-
uate of Miami Senior High and at-
tend- the University of Miami Her
husband is a graduate of American
University and attends the Univer-
sity of Miami law school He is
the son of Mrs Louis Trien. of
Newark. N.J., and the late Abra-
ham Jaffe.
When the) return from their
honeymoon, the young couple will
live .ii 2800 SW 69th ave
MRS. IDWARD HillBKONHOI
Gitlin, Edelman Eye Nov. Rites
Mr an I Mrs Ralph Gitlin, I992i
NE 21sl ave, No Miami I'
announce the ei agemeni md ap
proaching marriage of their daugh
ter, [-"ranees Gloria, to Bernard
Edelman
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Polleys Reveal
Marilyn's Troth
Mr and Mrs Manual M Polley,
oi 7075 s\v ioth st. announce the
engagement ol their daughter,
Marilyn .lane, to Sanford Krey
Dernis. son of Mr. and Mrs Jack
Dernis. 6.50 8fiih st.. Miami Beach
The bride-to-be is an accounting
major at the University of Miami
Her fiance is a graduate Of the
law school at the University of
Miami, and belongs to Alpha Ep-
silon Pi and Phi Alpha Delta, legal
fraternity He is a life member
of the Miami Beach AZA, which
he served as president.
Luncheons in honor of the future
bride will be given by her sister
Mrs. Zelda Zal.s. and Miss Devera
Dernis, the prospective bride-
groom's sister
Th. young couple will be mar
neri on Sept. 8
The future bridegroom
on of Mr and Mrs San:
nan. 19:'i NE lHtith dr.. \
Beach
The young couple will
i led on No\ 17
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RABBI and Mrs. Morris A. Skop
were hosts at their home Sat-
I i) night fur a Temple Beth
- ,ii membership social Mrs.
-'-. > chose a white cotton with
iffled front and impressed
ited skirl in which to greet
quests.
i irighl orange linen sheath
worn by Mrs. Howard Less-
Scooped neck and sleeve
... ;i featured the dropped
>tline. Matching colored bag
shoes were her accessories.
- Louis Greene chose a blue
v n satin sheath with white
file embroidery on the front
bodice and banded near
hem. A two-piece white -ilk
mble was worn b) Mrs Her-
Gottlieb. Her sheath -kirt
topped with a casual fitting
mse printed with lavendar
ac into an oversize me-
pattern
Stanlej Rosenberg select-
irquoise-colored cotton chif-
vith a fitted bodice, narrow
ilder straps, and a full skirt.
\ iwder blue cotton chiffon was
HUT .it Mrs. Seymour Drex-
Her exaggerated blouson
draped softly in the back
her lowered waistline. Also
iring the blue-green colors
i- Mrs Samuel Chernoff Her
er batiste was in an iced-blue
' >r with dainty embroidery on
I her tailored collar in blue and
-"II. Her bodice featured ver-
tical rows of air-tucked pleats.
__ r^J __
[THE sleeveless white arnel
I shift that can be so easily
laccessorited was worn by Mrs.
I.' iseph Herkan. Her color ac-
<; was a turquoise necklace. A
charcoal and white King ham
| check was the choice of Mrs. Wal-
la. Mandril Her patio dress
[had narrow rolled shoulder
straps, and charcoal appliqued
--!'- on her full skirt. Mrs.
i irles Sokol's dress had a two-
ce effect created with a muted
fuchsia and white checked top
i i fuchsia sheath skirt Her
wile cowled neckline had a flat
i:i the front.
Mrs Harold Lang wore a ma
genta-colored silk crepe sheath
Its classic lines followed the high
round.(! nek, fitted bodice.
slight cap sleeve, and a touch of
controlled fullness over the hips.
A triple strand of white coral
beads and matching earrings
complemented the lines of her
dress A green and white foliage
print was the choice of Mrs
Ralph Raphael, while Mrs. Har-
old Kanter chose the classic
black. Another who chose black
was Mrs Harvey I.ozman. in a
sleeveless crepe with an illusion
neckline.
Blue and green blended into a
floral print on silk was worn by-
Mrs. Kohert l.ewison. Iridescent
sequins detailed the print on the
bodice: while the back of Ihe
skirt featured a narrow pannier
from the waist to the hem. Mis
David Markenson chose a blush
pink moygashel linen with a
sheath skirt and blouson bodice.
Her modified bateau neckline
was banded in self-fabric, as was
her contour belt.
lulRS .lames Myers wore a col-
,w orful cotton print of red and
white with an abstract sunflower
print A white cotton sheath with
vertical inserts of white Val lace
from neckline to hemline was the
choice of Mrs. Jack Gottlieb
Powder blue cotton with a scoop-
ed neckline and full skirt \va
worn by Mrs. Sadye Solomon.
Her skirt featured blue silk em
broidered flowers in an all-over
print
Black silk organza over a
black silk sheath was worn by
Mrs. Leon Roth. Her full skirt
was open from the waist down,
creating a sheer coat effect.
White eyelette was the fabric in
her peter pan collar. President
of the Sisterhood. Mrs. Jack
Somberg. chose white for the so-
cial Her white silk linen sheath
had a modified bateau neckline
in front and dipped low in the
back. A white illusion insert at
the neckline was appliqued with
white chantilly lace, which had
multi-colored floral insert- in the
lace.
hasans Continue
heir Studies
former Susan Ellen
irtztnan and Alan David Chas-
;' niarrie.l on Apr. 23.
Parents of the newlyweds are
ind Mrs Louis Schwartzman.
I"'' SW 19th ave., and Mr and
' Arthur M C'hasan, of Coral
il -
"''I' attend the University of
f ; i.i. and the young couple will
in Gainesville while they con-
i' ie their studies.
Hadassah Study Group
Miami Beach chapter of Hadass-
ah study group will meet at noon
on Saturday. Miss Lillian Good-
man, chapter president, will be
hostess in her Morton Towers apart
iiieiu. 1500 Bay rd Mr- Sanford
Jacobson is discussion leader.
'esidenf fo be Honored
Mrs Flora Sinick. new president
1 'hai chapter of B'nai B'rith
f n, will be honored at a mem
r bring-a-member party Tuesday
' 'ning at the Deauville hotel.
Buys Bank Control
Will.am .'. WetSSel, of Miami,
heads a group of Dade county fi-
nanciers and businessmen which
this week purchased control of the
Bank Ol Miami Beach. The group
includes Dr Kurt Peiser, former
vice president of the University of
Pennsylvania, Weissel is a native
of Coral Cables and a graduate of
the University Of Miami law school.
He is a member of the firm of
Harrison. Kobinson. and Weissel.
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Slates Graduation Nursing School
MRS. ANNA BRENNER MtYIRS
Holy Day Service
At Beth Torah
The religious committee of Beth
Torah Congregation, No Miami
Beach, is now distributing reserva
tions for the coming High Holiday
Services.
The seating committee, under the
chairmanship of Dave Margulies, is
in the lounge every evening from
7 30 to in p.in
High Holy services will be con-
ducted by Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz,
and chanted by Cantor Ben-Zion
Kirschenbaum, assisted by the Holj
Day choir under the direction of
Mrs Miriam Donnerstag.
Senior Citizens
Elect Wodin
Irving Wodin is the new presi-
dent of the American Federation
Of Senior Citizens.
Other officers elected at a re-
cent meeting include Harry A.
Leventhal, treasurer; Mrs. Rose ].
Feinstein. secretary: Leventhal.
chairman of the board; and Mrs.
Fay Levy, vice chairman of the
board.
Also elected to the board were
the new officers of the Coconut
, Grove chapter: Mrs. Florence
Blakely. chairman, Morris Fein-
stein. vice chairman, and Bernard
M. Sternick. treasurer.
The achievement of the 27 nurses
due to graduate from the Mt Sinai
School of Nursing on Aug. 29 at
Wolfson Auditorium in the hos-
pital will be complimented by the
presence of Mrs. Anna Brenner
Meyers, who will deliver the com-
mencement address.
Distinguished by her career as
an attorney. Mrs. Meyers is also
well-known as a civic leader. She
was one of the organizers of the
Mt Sinai Hospital Women's Auxil-
iary, and has served as vice pres-
ident and as a member of the ad-
visory committee of the School of
Nursing
Mrs Meyers was chairman of
the board of trustees of the Miami
Beach Public Library board and
Miami Beach Art Center and con-
tinues to serve on the board. She
is a member of the Dade County
Board of Public Instruction, a posi-
tion which she has held since No-
vember. 1953.
A member of the Greater Maimi
Jewish Federation since its incept-
Judea Scouts Win
Top Awards
Boj Scout Troop 64. sponsored by-
Temple Judea. returned from a
week of scouting at the South Flor-
ida Council camp at Sebring with
72 merit badges. 19 advancements,
and four special individual awards.
The group of boys. 11 to 14 years
ol age, also won the camp talent
contest in competition with other
scouts from South Florida.
Senior troop leaders. Myles Ab-
bott, Mike Rose and Bill Katz.
were awarded the kerchief of the
Silver Mocassin, the first to be giv-
en in the annals of scouting.
Other members of the record-
setting troop are Barry Abbott.
Harry Kane, John Kemeny. Leon-
ard Goldin, Larry Lottcrman, Al-
lan Greenberg, Peter Ferber, Jeff
Werner. Ricky Schwartz and Ron-
nie Hagen.
ion. she has also served as 89 if
ficer and trustee, and is a leader
in Hadassah, Bonds for Israel, i I
the Home for the Aged. Mrs.
Meyers has been the recipient of
many awards, including the "Wom-
en of Achievement." the Dai*
County Outstanding Citizen i
Award, and the Brotherhood Award
sponsored by the National Confer-
ence of Christians and Jews.
Mt. Sinai Hospital School of Pri
tical Nursing is celebrating its '.'
year of commencement exercises.
Students graduaating Aug. 29 at th.*
school will be qualified as Pracl
cal Registered nurses.
Teachers Attend
Weekend Retreat
Twenty teachers who instruct the
1.000 students at Beth Am religious
school journeyed to Greyhound
Key last weekend for a study re-
treat.
Rabbi Herbert Baumgard and
Mrs. Harry Ross, principal of the
religious school, led the program.
Cantor Charles Kodner participat-
ed in the religious services, and
led the teachers in group singing.
Topics studied were "What is it
to be a Jew" and "The Techniques
of Educating Jewishness." The
curriculum of the school and speci-
fic problems in each grade were
also discussed.
School will open for the fall sea-
son on Saturday. Sept. 8, and Sun-
day. Sept. 9.
Beth Am Bowling Leagues
Beth Am will sponsor separate
Men's and Women's Bowling
: Leagues to start at the University
| Lanes on Tuesday, Sept. 11. Fred
Segal and Helen Greenstein are
1 chairmen.
On their recent trip to Nas-
sau, Reyna and Alex Young-
erman, of Miami Beach, re- !
ceived a royal welcome by '
t h e Bahamas Development |
Board. They were officially
greeted and given a tour of j
the island. The trip was givea [
to Mrs. Youngerman as j i
first prize award for one of '
her paintings. Mrs. Younger- !
man is a noted portrait and '
scenic artist.
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J^jar As a gift to subscribers, The Jewish Floridian will present free
for the asking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah.
Requests should be addressed to "Corsage for You," P.O. Box
2973, Miami 1, Fla., one month in advance. Include the name
of the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and place of the ceremony,
home address and telephone number. The corsage will be
forwarded to you courtesy of Blackstone Flower Shops in time
for the occasion.
Jeffrey Win*
Jeffrey, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis J. Wine. 3401 E, 9th In Hia-
leah. will become Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday morning, Aug. 25. at Tem-
ple Tifereth Jacob. A guest rabbi
will officiate with Cantor Ben
Gros?berg.
The celebrant is a student at the
Temple's Hebrew school and at
Henry H. Filer Junior High, where
he is a member of the band. He
participated in the recent AAU
Junior Olympics held at West Palm
Beach, and has won many track
and field awards. He belongs to
Scout Troop 286.
A reception in the social hall will
follow the ceremony.
Roy Michel
Bar Mitzvah of Roy Joel, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Michel. 6710
SW 5th St.. will be celebrated on
Saturday morning. Aug. 25, at
Southwest Jewish Center. Rabbi
Maurice Klein will officiate.
Roy is a student at the Center's
Hebrew school and Kinloch Park
Junior High. He is particularly in-
terested in art.
A Kiddush in honor of the Bar
Mitzvah will be held following the
ceremony.
*
Leon Perry
Saturday morning services on
Aug. 25 at the Israelite Center
will include the Bar Mitzvah of
Leon Perry, with Rabbi Morton
Malv>ky officiating.
An eighth grade student at Shen
andoah Junior High. Leon also at-
tends the Center's religious school.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Perry. 1727
SW 2'Jth ave., will host the Kid-
GOODMAM
TURCHIN
dush in their son's honor following
services.
I ...
Larry Kramer
Rabbi Simon April will officiate
at the Bar Mitzvah of Larry, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Alan Kramer. Sat
unlay morning. Aug. 25, at Beth
' Knieth Congregation.
Larry is a student of the congre-
gation's Hebrew school and attends
Westview Junior High, where he
plays trumpet in the school band.
Kiddush following the ceremony,
and an affair in the evening, will
be held in his honor.
. .
Justin Levitov
Services at Congregation Yehu-
dah Moshe on Saturday morning,
Aug 25, will include the Bar Mitz-
vah of Justin Levitov. with Rabbi
Sheldon Steinmetz officiating.
Justin is an eighth grade stu-
dent at North Miami Junior High,
majoring in science. He has at-
tended Popiel religious school for
the past six years.
Parents of the Bar Mitzvah are
, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Levitov, who
' will host a luncheon following
: services. Mrs. Levitov is imme-
; diate past president of the Nation-
al Children's Cardiac Hospital in
Miami.
...
Allen Platoff
The Bar Mitzvah of Allen Platoff
will be observed this Saturday
morning. Aug. 25. at Coral Way
Jewish Center, with Rabbi Sam-
uel April officiating.
The celebrant is the son of Mr.
-and Mrs. Irving Platoff. His grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pla-
toff, and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Brenner, of New York City, will
be here for the occasion.
A party at Westbrooke Country
Club on Saturday evening will be
held in honor of the Bar Mitzvah.
* *
Harley Mayersohn
Harley Mayersohn will be Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday morning. Aug.
25, at Temple Beth Am. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard will officiate.
Mr. and Mrs. Stan Mayersohn.
of South Miami, will honor their
: son at a reception at Westbrooke
i Country Club following services.
Roy Michel Jeffrey Wine
Psychologist Will
Address Seniors
Dr. Syvil Marquit. psychologist,
will conduct a dialogue-debate on
The Challenge of Change" on Fri-
day evening. Sept. 7
Tin.- is the third in a Series ol
Town Hall forums presented by the
J People Speak, and held in the
Washington Federal bldg., 1234
Washington ave.
Issue- diSCUSSed by the speaker
, will include: Are the aged isolat-
ing themselves? Should seniors
share in civic responsibility? Is
happiness-in-retirenient possible?
Hebrew Academy
Appoints Cohen
Jacob Cohen was appointed chair
I man of the synagogue and ritual
committee of the Hebrew Academy
at an executive committee meet
ing held this week at the school.
According to Cohen, plans are be-
ing formulated for the continua-
tion of High Holiday services in
the new Hebrew Academy. 2-too
Pine Tree dr The school's spac-
ious and beautifully-designed audi-
'torium contains 650 cushioned -eats
and is fully airconditoned.
Consecration of all holy objects
! to be transferred from the old
i building will take place during the
' High Holy Day services, Louis Mer
witzer, vice president of the He-
brew Academy, said
The Holy Ark, which will be ded-
icated to the memory of the late
Dora Cohen by Jacob Cohen and
his family, is being designed by
Morris Lapidus. architect of the
new school.
Agudath Israel
Registration Set
Registration for the tall term of
the Hebrew and Sunday school ol
\gudath Israel Hebrew Institute is
being held daily. a.m. to 9 pm.,
;1, tin' synagogue office.
principal of the school, Dr, Isaac
Hirsh Ever, founder and spiritual
leader of the institute, announce I
that new class rooms have been
built, and new books, techniques
., progressive idea- have been
added to the curriculum. In ad-
dition to studies and socials, prizes
and award.- will be given to out-
standing students In essay con-
tests and for good community ser-
\ ice
Judah Heshel Ever, son oi Rabbi
Ever who has jusl graduated from
the Yeshiva University High School
and is now a student at the Univer-
sity of Miami, has been engaged
ssistant to the principal and
will teach various classes
Beth Am Plans
School Opener
Hebrew school at Temple Beth
Am will begin on Wednesday, Sepl
5. at 3:45 pm First session ot
the Sabbath school will be held on
Saturday. Sept. 8. and Sunday
school will start on Sept. 9.
Several new teachers have been
added to the school program ac-
cording to Mrs Lillian Moss, prin-
cipal of the religious school
Friday, August 24, 19S2
^
flagler-Granada Registration
Registration for Hebrew and Sun-
da) school classes at Flagler Cra-
n.ida Jewish Center will be held
this Sunday and next Sunday, Sept
2, from 10 a.m. until noon. Sain-
uel Hollander, who will serve Js
principal Of the Sunday school ,
nounces that a complete program
will be offered.
Flagler Names
Rabbi Rosenfeld
Rabbi David Rosenfeld will serve
as spiritual leader of Flagler Gra-
nada Jewish Center. 50 NV,
pi.
A graduate of the Rabbinical
College, Yeshiva Aitz-Chayr
usalem, Israel, Rabbi Rosenfeld
-, rved in Salem and Burlington,
N .1 and Lehighton, Pa.
He was principal of the United
Hebrew Schools of New Brunswick,
V J., and is currently on thi
ol Temple Menoran, Miami Bi-ach
He is an instructor of Hebrew it
the College of Jewish studies spon-
sored by the Bureau of Jewish F.du-
cation ol Miami, and has lectured
before many local organizations
Sisterhood Rummage Sale
Sisterhood of Dade Heights Je*.
ish Congregation will hold a rum-
mage sale of clothing and house
.nod- on Sunday at 165th
and NW 27th ave.
Mayor Wolk Dead at Age 42
Chase Federal Names Officers
Joseph L. Goodman has been
added to the staff of Chase Fed-
eral Savings and Loan Assn. In
announcing the appointment, C. L.
Clements, president of the local
financial organization, said that
Goodman will be engaged chiefly
in Chase Federal's community ac-
tivities under the direction of
George Valentine.
Goodman is well-known for his
identification with Miami Beach
social organizations He is past
president of the Senior Citizens of
Miami Beach, a member of the Em-
pire State Club, past president of
Southgate Men's Social Club, mem-
ber of American Legion, Elks,
Masons, Knights of Pythias, vice
president of Miami Beach Club of
B'nai B'rith, and member of Tem-
ple I-rael Men's Club.
Flagler Swim Party
A swim party, sponsored by
Flagler-Granada Sisterhood, was
held at the home of Mrs. Samuel
Goldstein. 6815 SW 69th ter., last
week Mrs Alfred Nadler served
as chairman
| He also belongs to the Four Free-
I doms Civic League and Senior Citi-
j zens Voters League of Greater Mi-
I ami, as well as financial secretary
i of the Civic League of Miami
Beach.
Robert L. Turchin. one of the
i nation's major builders, was elec-
Ited a director of Chase Federal
Savings and Loan Assn., at the
[August meeting. Clements also an-
nounced.
Turchin is well-known in his
field, both nationally and locally
. In the 1962 Directory of the Archi-
tectural Forum, the company
i which bears his name was listed
las one of the 100 blggesl contra,!
ing firms in the United States.
He is vice president of the South
Florida chapter ol the Assn. of
General Contractors, vice presi-
denl Miami Builders Exchange
, chairman of the Dade Countj Con-
tractor's Mediation Board, chair-
man of the Metropolitan Dade
County Contractor's Examining
' Board, and past president of the
i Better Business Bureau, and takes
j part in many other professional
and civic activities.
Temple Offers
Free Tuition
Murray A. Shaw, president of
Temple Ner Tamid. announced thi>
week that Ner Tamid's religious
school will continue to offer free
tuition for children of members
from the ages of 5 through confir-
mation, in both Hebrew and Sun-
day schools.
This policy is a continuation of
the program which includes, with
membership, full participation in
all the activities of the Temple,
both social and cultural, and seats
for the High Holy Day services
"Since the synagogue today is
! the center of almost all Jewish hv-
ing," commented Mrs. Goldie
Cohen, chairman of the religious
school board, "it i> the duty of
our Temple to offer its children a
complete and wholesome Jewish
education that will accomplish the
aims, goals, and aspirations of
their parents.
Harold Wolk. Mayor ol the City
of Lauderhill, Fla died Aug. 17 at
the age of 42
Mi Wolk came to Florida five
year- ago from Jamaica. NY. at
ter a successful professional career
in insurance and an active partici-
pation in civic and community af-
fairs.
The World War II veteran was a
Prize Author
Passes Away, 40
Louis Maley. 40. of 2831 Jackson
st Hollywood. Fla died Aug 18.
An internationally famed novelist,
his first book, "Horn- for the Dev-
il." won the French prize for litera-
ture and will be made into a mov-
ing picture
He was comptroller of the E V
Moore Furniture Co and formerly
chief analyst for Metro. He also
served as manager of Dania Cit)
and assistant manager of Hollj
wood, Fla,
Surviving are his wife, Shirley;
his parent.-. Mr and Mr- Samuel
Resniek a sister, Mr- Mar)
Becker; and a brother. Max Male)
Sen ices were Aug 19 in River-
side Memorial Chapel. Alton rd .
with burial in Mt. N'ebo Cemetery.
former commander of the Jewish
War Veterans post in Jamaica He
also served as deputy chief of staff
foi the National Jewish War Vet-
erans,
Mr. Wolk's veteran activities
won him special recognition in
19S6, when he was acclaimed
Queen County's "Outstanding
Veteran" of the year He was
also active in campaigns for the
mentally retarded, having organ- (
iied the first mentally retarded
Boy Scout troop east of the
Rocky Mountains.
Mr Wolk became Mayor of Lau-
derhill In 1968. and lived
\K 175th St., No Miami B-ach.
lb .-a member and past pres-
ident of Temple Beth Torjh n
North Miami Beach.
Surviving are his wife. Marjone
Joj. four -on-. Jeffrey. Stephen,
Scott and Robert, all of North Ml
ami Beach; a brother, Jerome; ani
a sister, Dorothy, both ol Nei
York
New Candidates
Are Inducted
Twenty-lour new candidates were
inducted into the rank ol page
at the last regular meeting of the
George Gershwin Lodge. Knights
"i Pythias, on Tuesdaj evening at
the Masonic Hall on Alton rd and
19th St.
Ritual team for the ceremonies
included the following officers
Harry Herman, chancellor com-
mander; K.ed Zeiger vie. chan
cellor; David Gross, prelati
man Sander-, master-at-arms Mil-
ton Meyers, inner guard Leon
Novick, outer guard; and William
Keimer. master-ofwork
MISS ANNA SLATER
Isis Meridian iw Miami
i'.-i Auk ii >h.
I UK" from New V .: k an I .-
: |nn
'- '- Mil Ml M..111.-
l.i-m.m >.-: vli were \ ,t |,
Kivrrxlde Mi h ,: .. v in rd
BENJAMIN SHULMAN
'"', n"hln*i : ivr Miami
I i ii- i.. her*
fmm S \; y
he Odd K.
lUKhtn
UMIluH.ll.
MRS SARAH STRAUS
A ..
AMERICAN-ISRAELI 0
RELIGIOUS STORE
A Big Selection el Tolcsim and
Machiorim and all Religious
Articles needed for tne
High Holy Days.
1357 Washington Ave.
JE 1-7722
CANTOR
I
Dramatic tenor. 40 years of ag<- '
yrs. Expjr. Traditional N itac*
University Grad.; Juot returned
from successful concert tour Or
ires position for Hiflh Ho'i3a>
2W0 N.W. 65th St. OX 1-861
NURSING CARE FOR LADY
Delicious Meals Special Diets in
Lovely S.W. Home of Nurse.
Mrs. levinson, HI 3-8381
*^^^VWWWWW^^r>'>r>r^
Well Known ISRAELI HOSPITAL
Wants Qualified FUND RAISERS.
M*n or Women IN ALL CITIES OF USA
Write B. D., P.O. Box 2973, Main Post Office, Miami, Fla.

North Dade Gala Night
North Dado chapter. bVnai B'rith
Women, will have a night club at
fair at the Carillon hotel
rung with the last show, at m t>m
, Saturday. K '
SAND-ELL-fift "o";'.r CATERING
f^atef ?446 COLl,NS AVE- MIAMI BEACH
'%'rtieS UN 6-6226
r" Bar Mitzvahs-Weddings-Parties
At Your Home or Synagogue
Under Supervision of Catering Manager
Sol Weis UN 6-5278 Lester Siegel Wl 5-4084
Kashruth is Always Under Strict Supervision


Friday, August 24, 1962
*-Jetisfi fkridHar
Diamond Picked
By UF Group
Page 7-B
LEGAL NOTICE
MOT'CE UNDER
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
By ur uroup : n n^ilaw not,^r0?aaxppdl^5t,on
d Diamond, manager of .he """"w'SteMi '"1
. ncrofl hotel, 1501 Collins av< ., ,.. u"Nn\"""-:; Norm hkreb- uivbs ihai
med chairman of the down V'. .'
subdivision (if the Hold. ,, ,., ,'""" ih.....i d A.M l9(i hB
I'.. rlda
kl RT LKXKWAY
and Apartmenl Division of
L'nited Fund 1962 fall cam-
. sn on Miami Beach. NOTIfor0taAxPoerST'on
Irving Frankel, chairman of the C*ap%"^A.2os69* of ,941
,1 unit, >au\ "Diamond's ap- notice is hereby uivex that
,,, was 'he first of a num- JJ ^1^!^'&?&CuVM
rr we plan to make. Before long, das ..i May, v.n .. ,1,,,
., will have separate hotel groups ,/.;.,;. V. J. *"" <
[lioning in every .section Of ther.M.n. s Certlflcati embrace*
.-. 1ii. ha
ii' 'i sai ii i mj .r11. ... and ha
h lax ,1, ,. m i
J """"I thereon S .1 r, rtlrli it, ..,,-
1 ?" the follow Ing ,i. ., ih. tl prop-
* thcsfount} ,. I .... I. si.,,. ,.,
r I.....Ill '
l,-"1 Uli k 2 Railroad Shop. Inter-
s' hoid nan r'lal lln ik : Page 192
n tin cit> ..i Mian I,
1 *-<- Slate ..f Florida
aunty of
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT iN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 62 C 4217
ELEONoKA S. M VCHEH
I ].. 111 >:: i.
11 ai:i: v" i m vcHER,
l 'efi ndant.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: HARRY I" MACHER
l{i Kldi n. unknow n
ViT ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
J ......ilalni I'm Divorce ha,- been
tiled against you l.v KI.Ki i\i i|; \ <
MACHER, .mil therefore, you an r. -
lo flu s "in Answer w Ith (tie
LEGAL KOI ;E
NOTICE BY FLEL'CATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JLC C AL C RCUIT OF
FLORIDA l\ AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No ere t .
!Xli i: ii .,i
tiff,
\ -
WILLIAM 'nil.-!-, '!
Defendant, .
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I' I II. I. i v.vl .
isi \v,ii., i ^
I'll .is.Hi! Hill.
I'lti burgh l n ,-. .
Vou WILLIAM Col'LTER are
i" n h) notlfli .1 thai .. I.ill of m
'i Dlvori. I:..- I.. n rili il
I hi
following described pr.....in
tt.,".u,,,} ": ""' 8*l( of Florida,
Lot Block IT. Semlnola Pit*, s. .
= : I'l.,. llook : Page IM. Section 12
T."wn,,nln -" "ih, Range in East
',' '" ':> ol Hlaliah. Counts of
Haiti State of Florida
""' ihi raid cert If I .,,.. .,. ,, ,,,,. <*
name of: Archil Johnson.
I nleaa sj,i,i cert If leu te Rhall bi n -
teemed according to law, the prop. --------
i-rty lies. lil.il hi I. In "III |. .,.1,1 ;
the highest bidder at Ihi Court Hou<
'.....' "" 'h- first Mondav in
".....'h of (let iber. I'o,:'. whli I |,
i: IS HEREBY OIVBN that ~! ,,a> "' "etober, 1H6:'
done holder of Cltj "f Miami I'ated this 22nd daj "f Au^usi ...
- Ii Certificate No jtW issued '' ,; LEATHERMAN. Clerk of
,lai "i June, a l I860, has '-" "urt, Dade County, Florida
ii, in mj office, and has made '-'l' R> It M I.EEPER,
.i '.,\ di d i" is- Deputj Clerk
renn .--.ml Certificate em> v
following . Counts "i Hade, sn,.....r notice of application
FOR TAX DEED
ck 10 I..-- W BI Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
s.\.iiili Avenue Addition .. _. File AA.20854
v. ami Beach,
I consider the success of the
ited Fund 19*52 fall campaign
,.;;il to the good name of Miami
Peach I think the hotel industry
i ill out to cooperate."
LEGAL NOTICF
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File A A-20805
hi oiiri. I ..: i mini pi
Bj R M I.BEI'ER,
Heputy Clerk
the
the

IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE" COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 56560A
IN RE: Estate of
KAY FREEMAN
!' ased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I., All creditors and All Person,, H.iv-
:! II T-i i Em ti* '"' l>"",;""1- Agalnat Raid
You are herebs notified and re-
luired in pi, .,m an} claims and de-
mands which you may hav
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
8 24.31, 7-11 i ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 8113 Vann
S CHARLES V'OLPE
I'lain! iff.
IRENE li Vi .I.IK.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: IRENE B. V( d.li:
604 Independence Building
lharlotte, North Carolina
You, IRENE I) V'OLPE, are herebs
notified that .i BUI ..f Complaint ror
IHvorce has been filed against
fay hmx"1:,;' T&STZ :;:!"';" ,:;:..oi,',;; r'-">
n,
>y
in
"el demanded in the Kill of Com-
j'l.i int
This notice shall In published onc
each week foi four consecutive i-,k
in THE JEWISH I'l.ouilil.v.v
i'i-Ni: am. ORDERED at Miami,
|,'-'., '' """ 5rd ''' '' AUgUBt, A l>.
E B LEATHERMAN, Clerk
' iii int Court, I ':.,li Count}. Florida
<**al) B} HELEN K i:ss|.i:k.
I leput} "i. rk
RAYMAN & DI'HIU
!(I2 Am.I. > 111,It
Miami 32, Florida
Attorneys fen Plaintiff
8 IO-17-84-81
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREm
.. Seventh Avenue v.I.Inn.n......... rue .> ceased I.I.- ,,f l>,,i. i, i-V V V ,' .' '" neaaina i" the .notice is HEREBY iiivkv Hi.f
I'aa. .. In the I'll} ... ,.N" ,s HKREHT UIVKN thai to the cSuntv ludaes o? nidi '""' V "f "m1",l1'" "" '!" Plaintiff, the undersigned, .leslrlii oenm ,
ints of Dade, State of '':' "ln. holder of Count} Tax andfll l. ,o, .,, ', ""N' i '' i V "'""' L-*v,ne- M"' ln-:i- "''"'"esx under the flcUtlous name of
*>'< Certificate numbrred 866, :m -l ,!, ,o, i ',' '' ''' ''''!'"- a- Klorlda....... file the UKAXDPA't* TILADINO.POST"arto
i '"I the Isl da, ,. ,.-. "'n w '( m" '",v nal Answer or Pleading In the South Feders Hlhway %aranja
t. Mil in'the l"" v '' !"' has filed ............nth" from .., ', V"'" ', '" "- ,' ''"''* "'' ,h ''"'"'l n"! "'' Internist, register^ said
iltnei """ and has made application i i.,,,.,,, .'.,,, ,,'" '" f"T, V ?n "; '....." ,!" "< da} ... 'Uh the Clerk id th. Circuitl Court
I. .hall bi ,-, :" '-'^ deed ... ... Issued thereon ar"ed """" *'"' ^" ', If you fall to d..... "f Dad, County. Florida
I iw II..... ~ en If bates embrace th. follow iri- ,. ,.
hell In eln -i'l be sold ... ItJK described n Ihi Count} MAC MERMEl'l
Ihi Coui 11. '". ''' < i'l.....Is to ull v ,,. ,
i.'Tis i- i:i:i:m VN
flrsl Mondas lo ih.
ii which Ir
I i hi
ml d '''.:
HERMAN
I niila
l: M I.BEPEH
. i ierk
Lot Blijck | .,, ,,. v.,,, .-------, ... .. ,.h
1 '', '.....k I -' -' III the Count} v.. ,
of Dndi Stati -l
ed Certiflcali \
The .i-s. -'. ,,, ... ,,,, |, ... rt, un.
* 'Ii- said ci r'm. at, ,.- .1 n i i
.h, mi : Mathanli l i "ulj
Lot it ItliH-k -'7 Fulford Ri rh< s. i
Ii i
judgment .,, default xs i11 I.. ... IslR-XAXE. i.Nc
"s,u,;,"" '' : "" :'""' '!' .......'"I -'! owner
In th; Hill id i '..ii!.lain. i [AV||i LIEBM v\
l ins notice shall h,- published once Vttonie} foi Applii
1 eek ...r i,.in .,.,,-. jtlv, weekr
.
I I

I
\
NOTICE UNDER
F.CTITIOUS NAME LAW
I'H'K IS HERKin UIVKN thai
n*,I U'slrlnK to enKs
litlous imMil of
v VI'MI MKNTS a.......'olllns
Mm lends I reg-
he ("lei K ... ihi
I'ounl ll..i -
LK( i.NARH ISRAEL
elmer
o} Apai luients
711
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 56833
IN RK !-.,. ..,
. VRXETTE K UfN.N SR
I'.. ..,.-,!
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I.. All Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims ... Demands Against Said
I.--., I,
v" an hereb} notified and re-
in THE JEWISH KLoRliX s \
i" '\i: AND tlRDRREH at Mlani .
hlorlda, thl r, A.D.
E H LEATHERMAN, Clerk
1 Iri nil Coui:. Dadi 'oui Florida
'' al i Bs HFM.KN KESKI.EH
Deputj Clerk
\ l( "1*1 IR I.EVI m:
m Ingrahan Bui
12 lii.rnl.i
Uti ney for 11 miff

rp )
-14
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File AA-20820
CK IS HEREBY UIVKN that
I i Boskln, holder ..f Count
-" B II... Hook Page '7 in the
t} ... Hade, Stan f Hoi Ida
as embrai .1 Ii Ccrliflcati No '! I
Tin ii-s. ssmi ni ... ...iii |.. npi 11 v un
lied .i. in
inn ..I .1 I l^awver
K -' :. Ft Ft Lot .v W
PI S : pi ,.r i.,., : |..|k
v !: Blk I I'l: mm.I., :ou '" herebs notified and re- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT of the
Villas I".,i Rook I igi m Hi. '."""I present any claims and de- ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
Counts "f Hade, State of Florida i~ "lands which you mas havi agalnsi FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
embii.....i in I'ertlflcati N "" estate of ItARNKTTE K tll'XN COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
Tin assessment ... raid properD un- ~l: deceasid late ... Dade t'ountv, No. 62C 5758
del -l.....i certiflcali issued >-... In f*lrlKLYN SAVLNi;s BANK
ih, naiiu id Harrj II Hammock ""'' ''"unly, and file the Plaintiff.
W 17..; Ft l.t is ,v All Lot I" Flag- .....'' ""' "' County Court- ,, *'1'
It link. Plat );,...k i Pag, s In house in Hade County, Hlorlda with- HAROIJ SARUBNT HdlVHKR and
the County of Dade, Btate ...' l-'l... "' ~1V calendar month, from thi date UoWaMARIE Bot'ciiER, his w fi
Ida, as embraced In Certiflcali No "' "'' ,ir~T publication hereof, ,.. ihe ""'l LiOl'IS DICKMAN and MIRIAM
'..ki same m III be h irn !
W WINSTON cr.NN. m:
.,- Executor of the Estati of
i:.i m tte K ': itiI,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HERKBY HIVEN I ...
1 di liing to eng -. in
thi it name ..f
si BI'RR v.\ SMOK SHOP ., ....
-. Miami B( ,i, I,. Flor-
ida inti nds Isier said nan
Circuit Court
Floridii
NINITA INC
B> Mercedes Pi ri
\\ ALL & ROTH
N i n 11 a, I
is. ii} ne Blvd.
Miami I- ii
- 24 ::: 7 14
Thi ass, ...n. n. i.i pi opi rty un
di r the -aid cerllficati iaaued was In
the name ... William n smith
. skin, holder of County- Tax ,,... .;i. certificates shall be re- "Aljyi!'" WENER. Attornej
, M d> "' "" x", ert} described herein Ml bi sold ... Miami. Florida
id .am n m, office, and ;h, h|Khe.t bidder ... .... Court Hous. 24-31. 9 7-n
""">. s.l certificate. ,,,, ,,f ,,,.,......,.. m, wllM h ,, ,,,.
the f-lowlng deacrlbed prop. :., ,,ay f ,,,.,,,-. ,;,,;.
Vi i !',' l ""'' """" "'' W 2tad day of August. 1962
.!,'.,", E K LEATHERMAN Clerk of
and. I Mat Book 16 l*agi i9 s. ..,
ih. founts ... I '..d.. stati ..t
III '! .I'L .,..
I Ida, ..- in...... ed
. ..
assessment of said pro|iert) un
".l tlfli ati is- in .I a a. in
of orange State Builder.
onul Urovi s.i
Plat Book M .' ige
"ui ts id i m.i, Stati ...
:n Certificate
- ild i" opei i\ un-
it if nate Issued wa. In
v Pai ,..-
ly: I! M LEEPER.
heput} Clerk
> 24-31, 9 7-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C-7584
EDITH (' \NT( .:
Plain. Ifl
v S
UERTRl'DE I'ALMERand HARoLB
i \\\'T. 'I: .,- ndlv iduals and a.
I:\.... iii..i.. .i.i.l Ti ii-' ". .In Estate
f William K i "anti r, deci ..-,.I. and
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 5844C A
IN RE Estate ..f
I'All.INi: STEER,
I I'.. .... .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T., All Creditor, and Ml Persons Hav-
ing claim, nr Demand. Against Said
Esl ,.,
You are hi reb} notified ami re-
iiulred to present am claim, and de-
mand, which you mas havi again.I
the e.tate of PAl'LINE STEER di
a-. .1 lati .( Pad. 'ounty, Florida,
thi Count} .hide.- .1' Had.. Coun- Clerk
"... ...I file Hi. same in their offl
I 'li 'KMAN, his ull.
I .' n.la ills.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO I.i.l IS DICKMAN and MIRIAM
DICKMAN, Ins wife
29415 Avenue Z
Rrookls .. 35, New York
You are hereb} notified that the
abov. captloned action ha. In ., ...
stiluted ..K.iin-i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY UIVKN [hat
thi undi -.-...I. desiring ... engage ;n
'.'-" mder Ihe rictltloue nami ..f
FRATKRNIDAD EDITORIAL LA PO-
LJ LLA al 2no .- W i7.ii Court In .he
'.!> of Miami. Florida Intend. ...
.His... il,.- -aid name with thf Clerk
"' thi i II Court of Dade County.
i- lorida
Dated al Miami, Florida, thi. i.".il
ila} of A ugust, IM2.
THE IKiOKWORMS EDITORIAL
1 II iTERNlTY, INC
atltuted agalnsi you in ih. Circuit n. ,n- \ !', ,\> ,V- \\ \\ 1-
'purl of the ELEVENTH Judicial ; v, V' M-."-|^'A,iA' s-re... y
I'lreuit of 11.....la li and foi DAD* /ftoTne? foiS .
Count} ... i.....close a .....rtgage ,......, .', .. v-",V \u,> i,' V
the following dearribed real pTopert} vT,,nM Vi "i-.
I-.' is. Block II. FIRST V|.|.|T1,,.\ Mlam'' '''.iirta _
To MVKTI.K CROV'K.......-..,,,.. ... 24-31,9 ,14
TO MYRTLE UROVB, ai i ordina I
Hi. Plat thereof, recorded in Plat
Bo.,k Si .,. Pagi .' ... il..- Publli
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
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No. 62C 9054
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NOTICE OF SUIT
In K VKI. STANLEY BROWN and
SONYA K BROWN, hi. wife
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Roswell, New Mexico
You are hereby notified thai the
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 62C 8995
MAIER BATSMAN
Plaintiff,
NOTICE UNDER
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 56611-A
stltuted against >,u in ihe Clrctiil Complaint f.r Dlvnrci has been filed
Courl "i Ihe ELEVENTH Judicial against you, and you are required In
Circuit of Florida In and for DADK serve a cops nl your Vnewer or Plead-
Count) to foreclose a mortgage upon ."v ." thi Bill nl Complaint ..n the
the following described real propertv Plaintiff's attorney, ANOELO A \u
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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Estate
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PLAZA, i.....rding to the plat [here- Ida and .'.I, the original v..-,... .. ,i .,, present am claims and de-
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Page 16-A +JfnitffhrHi'r Friday, August 24 !gci b V 1 i I ( / 1 1 ( h ti I .' i t 1 t I' I c c E r e i J T I Jews Blamed for Argentine Violence ... theJ are loii described Fr. Hinv. ,. | I L ., prensa, %  lead"goot,'' who does notrepreseRi Buen( A ires daily newspaper, church and acts on his JTA—By Direct Teletype NEW YORK—A Roman Catholic priest in Argentina, who is the author of anti-Semitic books, and has been charged by Jewish leaden with being the spiritual leader of the Nazi-style Tacuara Youth Organization, which directs the anti-Jewish atrocities in the country, told the Buenos Aires correspondent of The New York Times that the Jews and not the antiSemitic terrorists are to be blamed for anti-Jewish atacks in Argentina. The vitriolic anti-Jewish interview, given by the priest. Rev. Julio Meinveille, which was carried in Tuesday's New York Times, contains ridiculous allegations against Jews, including the allcga tion that "Jews had provoked the attacks in an attempt to get laws passed against Argentine nationalists." He also charged that Jews were linked with the Communist, movements among the students In Buencs Aires University He denied any connection with the Tacuara anti-Semitic group, and said that it is not true that Tacuara members get military trainir.i, ideological indoctrination, and instruction in "oierational tactics" at Catho'ic Centers. On the other hand, MM priest alleged there are 28 groups of armed Jews in the 1 single province of Entre Rios. The recent widely-publicized wave of anti-Semitic attacks was I nut so serious as it was made OUl i to be by Jews, the priest said. He j utcasts 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 WKAT-FM FROM BRAHMS TO RARTOK You'll Hear the World's Finest Music c WKAT-FM 93.1 on your F.\A c si MIAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATON Programming MORE LIVE Connvtsl WKAT-FM NORTON TIRE CO, REGoodrich MAIN STORE 5300 N.W. 27th Ave. Open 24 Hours I All Day Sunday NEW TREADS • FULLY IETREADID SHOULDER TO SHOULDER • SAME TREAD DEPTH. WIDTH. DESIGN. AND GUARANTEE AS NEW I.F.G. TIRES Car Service Center i BRAKES 'SHOCKS • MUFFLERS ALIGNMENT SPECIAL OFFER! SHOCK ABSORBERS 6 INSTALLED WITH ERONT ALIGNMENT (AMtrtlCAN CARS ONIY) DELCO SUPERIDE SHOCKS WHEN YOU BUY OUR FRONT END ALIGNMENT OUR SPECIALISTS WILL CHECK All ALIGN* CHECK CASTER. MEN! ANGIES CAMBER. AND TOE-IN ADJUST TO FACTORY ADJUST STEERING SPECIFICATIONS 9 95 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS MIAMI 5300 N.W. 2Jlh Ave. 530 West Nagler SI. 4190 West Flagler St. 6I7S S.W. '" Ilk SI. M0 S-9T23 MIAMI BEACH 1454 l'on Road 0RTH MIAMI 3360 N.W. ruhi' iwaiaiijauapi *j 5300 N.W. 2Tth Avo. Open 24 Hours & Ail Day Su'd.iy SOUTH MIAMI 5930 South Dn.e Hwy, KEY WIST 540 Gr:en SI. HALLANDALE 29 North Dili* Hwy. HOMESTEAD 30100 South Federal Hwy. HOLLYWOOD 203 South Fodoral Hwy. Ft. Laudardale IS80 Sauth Fedaral Hwy. JA 5-3136 1T0S South Davla Blvd. W. HOLLYWOOD Mil Hollywood Boulevard ft SUU Road • I TU T 0450 2M2 Wts %  coward %  '•" %  ;V



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i i t h tl i I 1 1 i f I I ( C I r I i I T J I I I Page 2-B Jeni*trkridfar Friday, August 24 Candy Stripers Push 'Vocation' On 'Vacation' Dedicating themselves to human kindness as a "vocation" rather than a "vacation," some 200 high school girls chose to serve as can dy stripers at Mt. Sinai Hospital HI Greater Miami this summer They will he honored at a tea on Aug 29 in the Leon Lowenstein Nurses Home. Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes. president of the Women's Auxiliary of Ml. Sinai Hospital, will present 50 and 200-hour pins and certificates for 100 hours of volunteer service performed by the deserving candy stripers. To become a Volunleen. one must be a member of the Mt. Sinai Women's Auxiliary unler the candy stripe program, which is governed by the National Hospital Assn. Under the supervision of Mrs. Marvin Silver, chairman of the Volunteens for the Women's Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai Hospital, the girls were interviewed and had written permission from their parent or legal guardian. They became familiar with the hospital through a guided tour and then were given a complete orientation of the duties to be performed in each department. Sparkling in their uniforms, the candy stripers proved to be an integral part of the hospital program, filling in for Pink Ladies while on vacation. They also performed clerical duties in many of the hospital's departments, as well as checking supplies for rooms in Central Supply, assisting in the Pharmacy, by making deliveries and checking under supervision, serving as waitresses in the Snack Bar. aiding nurses with patients in Pediatrics, helping to admit and discharge patients, assisting nurses as floor receptionists, assisting nurses in the Out-Patient Clinic, and dispensing merchandise on the Gift Cart. Left to right are Dale Ratsky and Karen Osteryoung, candy stripers at Mt. Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami, as they perform their duties in the Central Supply Room at the hospital. Golda Meir to Address Hadassah Convention in Pittsburgh Sept. 16-19 Clothing Resale Set by Women Projects scheduled by the Temple Beth Am Sisterhood for the coming season include a like-new clothing resale, with Mrs. Daniel Franco and Mrs. Morton Notarious, chairmen. Mrs. Stanley Wellins is accepting registrations for the children's d;,ncing classes, and Mrs. Herman Kellman and Mrs. Sidney Efrenson are in charge of the New Year's greeting book to be published. Beth El Reservations Reservations are now being accepted at Congregation Beth El Miami, for the High Holidays. THE TINY LITTLE TEA LEAVES") give fullest strength end flavor! C ertifted Kfwhtr inH Par** under strict iupr>mo of FUitu Jetob Cohen, ETLEYI By Special Report Mrs. Golda Meir. Foreign Minister of Israel, will address the 48th national convention of Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America, to be convened at the Hilton hotel. Pittsburgh. Pa Horn Sept. 16 through 19. Mrs Moses P. Epstein and Mrs High Salpeter. chairman and cochairman, respectively, of llada-sah's national convention committee, announced that Mrs, Meir will be the principal speaker at the convention banquet Tuesday evening. Sept. 18. Mrs. Meir will discuss the problems facing Israel today Featured speakers at the convention's Eirsl evening session Sunday, Sept. 16. will be Chester Bowles, the President's special representative, and Avraham Harman, Israel's ambassador to the United States. Bowles will evaluate the problems of American policy in the Middle East when he addresses the Hadassah convention. He will also cover the overall role which the United States must play on the international scene against the background of a rapidly-changing world. The four-day convention will be attended by more than 2.000 Had assah delegates, representing the organization's more than 318.000 members in 1,320 chapters and groups throughout the United States and Puerto Rico. In another highlight of the convention, the delegates will hear an address by Mrs. Siegfried Kramar sky, national president of Had., ah, in which she will review the activities of the organization dur ing the past year and discuss maj or problems on the American ancf International scenes other sessions will he addi by Miss AlignBrookA Secretary of Sl;it< of the ','. men) of Liberia; Dr Jona ; %  discoverer of the Salk polio cine; David Lawrence fjo of Pennsylvania. Joseph VI Ban mayor of Pittsburgh Dr K J. Mann, director-general of the Hadassah Medical Or:-.>r,./.r Israel. Moshe Kol vorld '• Youth Aliyah the Ji cue movement Also Mrs Ora Ooitem i ban of the Hada ;.li I ',.:, %  Dr. Solomon P. r'reehof Rode! Shalom Temple % %  '. burgh; Rabbi Arthur 11/. Fairmont Temple < levnland fj in Daniel s Uheever professor of public >ffor~ I .-,,,. r sity of Pittsburgh -.r,-i i i, y executive direi loi of < • %  Israel Public Affaii I National Hadassah leaders to address the variouconvention sessions will include Mrs Herman Shulman. former national president of Haddassah and now national chairman sah's Zionist Af fairs %  Mrs Samuel w Halpr itional president ber ol the Ji Vmericai Se Dr Miriam K Freun I, for assah and r ol the ExecuZionist Council; MrMori HadMrmal chair • Mi lical Or • the L'.S •:. Tuhn, nationairman of Hadassah Medical jmmittee; Mrs M a x -ah's national chairman Aliyah; .lulliet N. chairman of Hadassah '• icational Education Committee Mrs Leonard Cohen. Hadl member-hip chairman Mn Edward Lustermar.. Hadasah national American Affairbairman, Mrs. Henry Goldman, Hadassah'; national education chairman Mn Sidney Munter and MrSeyKieir, „r


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Page 2-A Jmlsliflorkffar Friday August 24. 1952 TI li. Expect 20J Tots In JCC Program Registration of more than 200 children is anticipated in the er Miami Jewish Community Center early childhood development program for the school year b >gii ning Tuesday. Sept. i. stated A Budd Cutler, president <>t the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Fall registration is r.ow oing on for children :> to '"> years of age at the four locations of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center Miami VMI1A Branch, ISO SW 16th ave.; Miami Beach YMI1A Branch, 1536 Bay rd.; North County YMHA Branch. 14096 NE 6th ave.; and Southwest YMHA Branch. 7215 Coral Wax The entire staff of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, including 22 nursery school teachers, are available to serve each individual child through a guided group process at the Jewish Community Center, according to Efraim H. Gale, executive director of GMJCC The nursery school year will begin Sept. 4. Morning session programs are available Monday through Friday of each week at a'.! t >ur branches of CM JCC. In addition, there is a full day program at the Miami Beach YMHA Branch where a hot lunch, as well as mid-morning and mid-afternoon refreshments, are served Inspected and insured Center vehicles, driven Inexperienced operators. furnish transportation for the children from home to school and back. A staff of more than 25 professionally-trained personnel includes a director and an ECD supervisor at each branch, a psychiatrist who serves as consultant to the staff, and other specialists. The ECD supervisor and director are responsible for the full supervision, guidance and in-service training of the teaching staff The program includes vocabulary and concepts through play. art. music and story telling, as well as helping each individual to develop socialization experiences in accordance with his age level and physical and emotional maturity. In charge of information are Miami Beach Branch, Mrs. Helen Weinstoek; Southwest Branch. Mrs Miriam Harris; North County Branch, Mrs. Bertha Kramer; Miami Branch. Emanuel Tropp. Nazi Leaders in Britain Sentenced to Jail Terms Continued from Page 1-A nexl move In deal .Ionian's neo-Nazi group % %  ,. about a week after American %  MII his nexl move in IHHHpar ty leader George Rockwe W(A Hie qwjhoiurf racist dem ;. nested and deporteitUnh" •. ,1 ed States, after he p&rticip • 11 outdoor camp meeting sports Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the newly-constructed Hebrew Academy. 2A00 Pine Tree dr., registers the school's :3th 33th and 100th new students tor the anticipated recordbreaking school year. Mrs. Morry Fox. of 1800 SW 85th ct Miami, brinae her children, Jonathan 5 1 2 Jeffrey 9. and Susan 3. to sign up for classes beqinning Sept. 5. The children Of Dr. Morry Fox will attend the Beach school everyday from South Miami via new buses provided by the Academy. Spearheads Dade Scholarship Unit One Of the earliest benefactors of the University of Miami of the trait} >f Miami and a u/ e issel has lived in Coral Cables pioneer resi lenl ol Coral Cables 1for some 10 years, The 74-year-ol I irr.ong the principal founders ol pioneer builder was recently lapthe re Ij irganized Citizens ped by the University ol Miami's Scholarship Foundation of Hade chapter of ODK, highest I'M hon C unty, orary, in recognition ol his eon He Is sam Weissel. of 1432 Tnllo iribulions to the universit) ave., (.'oral Cables, in conjunction Weissel is a former president ol with the University of Miami, he Temple Judea ol Coral Cables lie ihelping to establish a group is on the board ol directorol the v. inch v ill assist worthy students People-to-People program lor Car !< attend the university even if tagena, Colombia, sister city of Coral Cable.in South America. 'pom*jwi**m^T)v inn Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky Phone JE 1-3595 &f 45 MICHIGAN AVE., MIAMI BEACH ...,„„. after the conclusion 1 ,,„. „.: case in the British courts Ordered to appear in court here ,v week along with Jordan to answer the charges were John Tyn | an Kerr-Ritchie and Dennis I he four men wi re accuser 1 .111 1 .,. spearhead' in conlraven l,on ol Section 2 ol Ihe Public Or ,. ; \, 1 %  S| earhead 1alleged U> : gamzation connected with he N alisi Movement The summonses issued by Chiel strate Sir Roberl Blundell. are retun able Aug If found guilty of the charges, Jordan ar.d his associates face possible jail terms of up to two years. The charges against the four British neo-Nazis followed a raid on Jordan's headquarters in week 030 by Scotland Yard, in which large quantities of documents, uniforms, flags, swastikas and portraits of Ac'olf Hit er and Rudolph Hess were ;?iied and turned over to Attorney General Sir Jorn Hobson. The decision by the Uovernn 1 1 to take leRal proceedings against ed by the British National • isi movement. Protests had been voii ed lii menl and in the Britisl ver the recent a< tivities • organizations which have ,,.,„„ in the arresl of some 200 • r< 1 ring neo Nazi rallies in lorhoods here 'Evening in Paris? An "Evening in Paris." 1 ila fashion show, will be sponsored by the Sisterhood of Adath Yeshumn on Wednesday evening. Sept. 9. Originals by Pierre Dialby will be featured, and the show will be narrated by Edith Zipp, fashion columnist of The Jewish Florilian. FOR RENT NEWLY DECORATED AIR-CONDITIONED HALL [for Weddings, Bar Mttzvahi, Par-1 (ties, Meetings (Rooms and Halt'., Call the Israelite Center Hall HI 6-6445 Jhey can't afford the tuition. The board of trustees of the University of Miami will shortly declare a UM Week in honor of this project. 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"O "Oermsh. Flaridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JfW/SH WEEKLY Voiun e 25 — Number 34 Miami. Florida. Friday. August 24. 1962 Two Sections — Price 23(? ISRAEL'S TOP BANKING AUTHORITY Slowdown in Investments Urged % %  c'SALEM — (JTA) — I. Horowitz. Governor of Bank of Israel, criticized !h< vernment this week for its txaggerated" encourageof ihe expansion. Mr. ,lz commented on the nment's economic poll report to the Cabinet the Finance Committee Knesset The bank official's report was issued in accordance with a regulation in the charter of tha Bank of Israel which requires the governor to submit a report on the causes of monetary exparsion if it exceeds IS per cent within any 12-month p*'icd. Since the beginning of this year, currency in circulation has already inceased by 17.4 per cent to i DAVID HOROWITZ 'exaggerated encouragement' a total of S380.0O0.00O stated. I £1,140,000,000 the report Recommending a slowdown in economic activity and reduction of investments. Horowitz pointed out that there are no unemployed productive factors in the country. An exaggerated encouragement of investments would only lead to further inflation but not to economic expansion, he warned. Horowitz' recommendations call for further raising of the bank's liquidity in order to cut down on credits and also to insure that the funds of the recently adopted compulsory loan will not be injected into the economy, but will be frozen. The funds from the development budget, he said, should be used to strengthen existing firms and provide working capital. British Racists Get Jail Terms For Hate Talks Bonn Demands More Resignations From Judges Who Served in Nazi Court System BONN—(JTAt—A fresh opportunity to members of the West German judiciary to resign their pests, if they had served the Hitler regime in the Nazi Peoples Courts, is being contemplated here by the Ministry of Justice, it was learned this week. A bill passed by the Bundestag lower House of Parliament, had given such former Peoples Court nidges and prosecutors intil June 30 to resign their jobs or face dis missal, with loss of pension rights. Only a little more than 100 judges and prosecutors hail taken advantage of that law NO MOM RAllltS LONDON — (JTA) — Colin Jorlan, leader of the British National Socialist movement, was Tuesday sentenced to two months' imprisonment for his activities during a neoNazi rally in Trafalgar Square last July 1. Jordan's deputy. John Tyn dall. got a six-week jail sentence for his part in the same rally. Both men said they would appeal the sentence. They were convicted on charges of insulting behavior' which could have resulted in a breach of the peace. The prosecution cited Jordan as "Spearhead" contrary to the Act. having said at the rallv that "on They were ordered to appear in September 3. 1939. the blackest day court on Aug. 27 to answer the seein British history, the long and inond charges. tensive Jewish campaign was A crowa ot several hundred percrowned with success and the Jews sons gathered outside the court of the world rejoiced." Tyn.iall long before the case was due to be bad said at the same rally. "In heard. Some wore the Yellow Star cur democratic society, the Jew is of David, emblem of the newly like a poisoned maggot feeding on utablished Yellow Star anti-Fa*a bodv in an advanced state of decist movement, while others wore PACf 11A Testifying in his own defense Jordan told the court that the purpose of the meeting was t put forward facts concerning the extent to which "our country has fallen under Jewish control today." When Jordan and his deputy arrives in Magistrates Court on Tues day, they were served with additional summonses for violation of the Public Order Act. They were charged with organizing and controlling a movement known as cay. Anti Israel Moves in Algeria Expected After League Approval 80,000 JEWS FIEE PACE S-A AtftS. GOLDA MEIK leads delegation REFUGEE QUESTION Israel Mapping UN Strategy I'SALEM (JTA) Final were being held at the nistry here th;s week in for Israel's policy to I by the Government's lo the next United Na 1 %  ral Assembly, conven18 • S Comay, Israel's peresentative at the UN, %  re for two weeks, par in the discussions under adership of Foreign Minister [•"Ma Vleir and a team of high Ministry officialwho will '""" Pan ol isra.T, Assembl) del %  dion this year. H| gh on the agenda of the current discussions are the Arab ref uqee qu $tion nd fne po Ss jbil•*V that a group of UN members may propose another resolution Continued on Page 11-A Now, it is understood, Dr. Wolfgang Stammberger, Minister of Justice, is pondering the idea of extending the resignation deadline for a brief period. After the expiration of that time, the dismissals and subsequent loss of pension rights would go into effect. It is believed here that a number of judges and prosecutors would welcome the eatension of the deadline. Meanwhile, the most prominent case of an e\ Peoples Court member, fofmer Chief Federal prosecutor Wolfgang Fraenkel, is being investigated by a member of West Germany's highest court, the Su preme Court at Karlsruhe The probe had been ordered by Dr. Stammberger. The report on the Fraenkel case will go to the Dis ciplinarj Court at West Merlin. Fraenkel had been shown up as Continued on Page -A PARIS — (JTA — A series of anti-Israel steps in Algeria were indicted here as a result of Algeria's becoming a full member of the Arab League. It was feared that Algeria may follow Morocco's example in cutting olf postal communications with Israel. However, the number of Jews now left in Algeria is so small thai -i:ch a move would hardly affect the remaining Jews in the COUntr> Approval of Algeria's becoming o full member ol the Arab League w ;i> voted by the League's Conn til The Algerian move in join ing the Arab body came as no surprise, -nice three of the new conn try's strongest political leaders with pro-Egyptian sympathiesswastika badges. Magistrate J. P. Baccaclough stated that much had been said in court about freedom of speech, but "there comes a degree of toleration that some people cannot put up with The words used by the two men were offensive to a larue majority of the people, whether Jews. Gentiles or Christians. They were asking for trouble, he declarOne Algerian Jew has meanwhile %  During the debates in Parliament last month over the question of the neo-Nazi rallies. Home Sec retary Henry Brooke told the House of Commons that he woull been placed on the FLN (National Liberation Front) list for the elections to the country's first Parliament due to be held Sept. 2. He is M. Chouraqui, an Oran attorney :l ri(i a close relative of Andre ChouContinued on Page 16-A Continued on Page 2-A Argentine Police Free Nazi After Jewish Center Attack INV0Y ON WATCH PAGl bA BUENOS AIRES—(JTA)—Anti-Jewish violence flared again this Vice Premier Ahmed Hen Bella, Wi ( k m \ r ,.,.,„,„;, wncn an attack by an anti Semitic group on a Jew former chief of staff Boumiedenne jsh lnrtltttUon u (1 ,„ the wounding of one of the members of the anti ^^^^;^:Z^ gang, the beating up by incensed Jews of ther member the League 'COMMON SENSE' AMONG PU3LICATI0 NS DISTRIBUTED Legion Chiefs Report Hate Mailings SAN FRANCISCO — (JTAI — ion in this slate, large quantities The California Department of the of hate materials have been mailAmerican Legion (his week de and to the arresl ol one Jew by the police. The attack took place al 1 del Palomar, a suburb <>t tin,. p ital, while a social function was under waj at the local Jewish center, known as Circulo Israelite Alberta Gerchunoff A group of young anti Semites attacked the part) and npped olf the center's walls the name plate of the Jewsh institution, nounced unknown persons who are using a stolen roster of Legion of: fieers throughout this state as a mailing list for the dissemination ;of anti-Semitic materials. According to the California Legionnaire, official organ of the Leged to many Legion officers throughout the state. The Legionnaire stated that the names had been taken from the slate's organization's latest compilation which had not yet been published Included in the mailings are publications by Conde McGinley, publisher of Common Sense, and anti-Semitic materials issued by the Keep America Committee and the American Birthright Committee, both cf which are linked with a person, the Legionnaire stated, "widely known for anti-Semitic activities." "These attacks." the Legionnaire Continued on Page 3 A Defending themselves against the attack, Jews 'n the center fought back. They captured one of the attackers, Orlando Tedeschi, and handed him over to the local police. During the fracas, someone fired a shot. Continued on Page 10-A



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an by A, Slur pvi de ( i Pcce 8-A Jeis^ fkridTrfiry Critics 'Frustrated' by Synagogue Non-Primacy By SANFORD SOLENDER There is accumulating evidence that American Jewish life has not moved towards the exclusively monolithic religious frame of ref< rince predicted by some and promised by the writers in "Conservative Judaism." Jewish life in America continues to evolve on a Jar broader plan, continues to give expression to "the civilization" concept in its widest sense, albeit •with a religious core. The American Jew refuses to define his Jewithness narrowly. It is plain that Jarge and expanding areas of Jewish organizational experience are luilt along other than congregational lines. Jews seek more than cynagcgal institutional forms to ixpress their varied Jewish interns, in a pattern that is characteristically American. The diversity of the institutions outside the tnurch in America that express a •variety of Christian interests ofkrs a significant parallel to what has happened in the Jewish community. It is plain to even a casual observer that for Jews affiliated with synagogues, the congregation is not their sole Jewish interest or organizational activity. The multiplicity and diversity of their Jewish affiliations are too apparent to require lengthy discussion. But it is important to note that at a time when synagogue membership is at a peak, almost as many Jews are not members of synagc.jues as are so affiliated. There can be no blinking the reality that many in this segment of American Jewry are determined to maintain an affirmative, knowledgeable, and active Jewish identification, but net on a religious basis. Tins is P'-'t I" "' • h\ San/ord SoL-udtr in defense of the "Jewtshness" "/ ''"• 1"'" ish Commiiiiitv Center movement. Soiender, executive w' president of the Natnm.il J ••the congregation and to enrich i Friday, August 2t, 1962 membt rship ir. B synaie, The choici ofCet iraifilia tion depends on'y on vish to ssi. iate with the Jew-1 pe< and the Jewish commur and to share in its gr< up life. of reference no choice of a particula entails type <>t The Surely, the writers of these articles would not read these per.vons out of Jewish life! Much as j-ome may wish for the contrary, an important part of American Jewry will find other than religious forms for maintaining their active Jewish connection. This nagging fact—and the capability of the Center for satisfying the needs of both religiously and non-religiously affiliated Jews and affording them | a common Jewish ground on which to live together—may account for j the petulance of some of what has i 1't en written. Supplementary View The prevalence and persistence Oi denominational differences in American Jewish religious life constantly comes to the fore in daily experience. No amount of wishful thinking can dismiss this fact. (Mr. Soiender continues to argue that "the flowering of diversity ii one of the strengths of Jewish life." He suggests that proponents of the syna' gogue as "the all-encompassing institution in Jewish life" are experiencing "a Jeep sense of frustration" because :heir prediction has not been fulfilled. "This," he says, "may account for the fury with which I they) %  %  lash out against the Center." Furtlier. Mr. Soiender points out. "it is u'lth illgrace that the countless feu'ishlv-committed and dedicated lav leaders of Centers are indicted for lack, of Jewish interest and c/ualifications. Says Soiender "It it well to note in reference to Jewish education that the Center fills an important part of the vacuum created by the admitted meaj gcrness and inadequacy of modem I formal Jewish education." Citing an introduction b\ Alexander M. DushIrin and Uriah 2. Engelman to "Jewish Education in the United States." published in 1959 by the American Assn. for Jewish Education, he quotes: ". little has been accomplished toward teaching our children the literary'histurif culture of their people. Consequently. American Jewish schooling is lik.e a shallow river, 'a mile wide and an inch deep." Soiender then continues ) to their religious experience Center has been and should be helpful to the synagogue with such programs and there are innumerable examples of this. But under the most favorable circumstances, this can be only a supplement to the main and primary work of the Center—to conduct a rich Center program under its own auspices in Jewish Community Center futilities Serving as a gathering place for the entire Jewish community. as well as conducting a program, is basic to the Center's fund ion. The broad range of Center activities and their inter-relationship in a rich experience for participants the interlacing of the professional social work practice of Center staffs in the total organization of the center, and the essentiality of a physical setting in which Center service is the primary and exclusive program require the operation of the Center in its own building. The Jewish Community Center would be destroyed as an institution were those qualities eliminated and were it to function merely as a service body to synagogues. In the face of the Centers substantial, demonstrated, and well recognized achievements, there is not a shred of justification for I such a step, with its consequent loss to the Jewish community. The Jewish Comonity Center, on the other hand as a communal institution concerned primarily with enriching Jewish group association for the resulting values in personal development and community enhancement, has mainI tained the integrity of this function, has made great progress in intensifying program, and has strengthened its career service. And its prospects are high for dealirg with and solving its large and crucial problems. It is entirely appropriate that of goga engender idwrtificatian total community, deal with total community mtere-ts. and cultivate board community values; and whose boards represent a community cross section Such communal bodies are distinguished from the institutions, no matter how yal uable. for whom Ihe lest of affilia tion iv readiness lo accepl Ihe spec ial commitment of the organtza tion. Financial support for these latter organizations is the l" obligation of their adherents Com munity sustenance must be for communal institutions representing a broad, universal Jewish identifi cation. By definition, the Jewish Com munity Center and ihe YM & YWHA is such a communal institution. The social welfare character of the Center qualifies it uniquely to receive community funds The Center's special awareness of the needs of its members as i" jivi duals, groups, and families derives I from its commitment to the utilization of social work in advancing their welfare and the entire organization is shaped to discharge this function. Its distinctive role is the meeting of the characteristicallj Jewish needs of its constituency in (his contexl The very nature of the Center: it> auspice-, purposes, program, membership, board com positon and relationship to the fed eration make it a logical recipient of the Jewish community's support Community Support Acceptance of community support gogues in recent years have erectI carries with it also the obligation ed lavish structures—expensive to of community discipline, to partibuild and costly to maintain The i cipate in community planning, to capital and operating costs are for justify budgetary requests in a budsome a most difficult burden. The' getary review, and to adhere to desperate search for a way out; broad community policies. No in of this dilemma is understandable., stitution—synagogue or otherwise It is to be regretted, however, that —can receive community linancing a covetous eye has been cast in | if it is unwilling to accept these, these articles upon Jewish com-1 obligations It is hardly realistic \ munal funds, since such utilization to expect thai the synagogue, with of community funds would radical. its specific credo and commitment. ,,„ r(1 ws Jewish commitment. Unfortunately. some of the author>f these "pur neudenominational or even syna.; rtK .| t > mlM( ,aslrue this is affiliation; whose programs 110H .| t S s" or ••character with the trality. Noihinj: could further The test from the truth The test >i a posi live Jewish purpose car.;be narrowly defined as dec: n of a singular denomination. The attack on Centei nembei ? hip practices in sonK f thesi articles requires partic now Here occurs an erroneous ; meralion ;n variance with ••• facts while with few exceptii • Center membership is open to a! rew an n on Jew alike. i Imost versally the number of not Jewi > have affiliated with Centers %  been nominal is in most cas • consid. rabh l< ss thai 10 pe mt onlj : fraction of whom are enagers There is -< at ral recogni; >n >f th. uniquely Jewish object!' • of the Center on the part of si non jews who affiliat* with NEXT WEEK: Vital Community Future Distinctive Roll It is very possible that economic considerations loom large in the context of some of the writers. Their demand that community monies now allocated to Centers be given to synagogues must be viewed in this perspective Many syna LABOR DAY WEEKEND 3 Joyous Days & N ghti i;-M'ir oil DAVID ROSNER 3 IKRlBy iiom root uimi Dlttory le~ Strictly 0'-rd CONSTANT IAIIINKAI Si-> tVISION) MASHCUCN ON MEWSES On the Ocean at €?( %  St Miami BeacH Miami Phcr.e UN 63331 Technion Director To Tour Region Leo Rutstein. Southeastern regi n director of Technion, left Miami on Sunday for a series of visits to chapters in Texas, Louisiana other southern states. He will meet with chapt-r offiand community leaders in Houston, Ft. Worth. Dallas. San Ar.tonio and New Orleans to develop blueprints for their 1963 ac. ties. According to Rutstein. "there has been ever-widening interest on 1 It part of the southern comrrunin the expansion of Technion. its progress in atomic research, ;ir:d the new advances in the engil :ng sciences." Some 500 graduates of Technion annually are accepted by practically every university in the United States and western Europe when they apply for graduate work and fellowships. Rutstein revealed. At present there arc some 3.600 full-time students at the Technion —including nearly 500 who are working for their Master's and PnD degrees, he said. President of the Miami chapter. Mrs. Louis Glasser. and her officers are planning a s'.epped-up membership drive this fall to be climaxed by a social function in November. In the meantime. Jack Katzman. chairman of consulting sen ice, announced that new members are now being accepted into the local chapter. Application forms are available from any member, or by writing to the Miami chapter at 1425 16th St., Miami Reach. ly alter the entire modern concept of the Jewish community. The challenge to this proposal is not the issue of "Church and State" as one writer suggests. The issue is that of protecting the use of Jewish community funds for the support of those programs and services which are inherently communal in character, for whom the whole Jewish community—all its groups—are the auspices and constituency, and for whom the object of service is the welfare of the total Jewish community That is why a Jewish Community Center is the appropriate recipient of community grants: and why the fellowship and social activities of a synagogue cannot be viewed thus. can adhere to such community discipline. The Center, like other Jewish communal agencies, recognizes and accepts thc-e responsibilities. The concept ol "membership" in the Center i> far different from TTtono^kaTcTT CONTINENTAL DINING ROOM Miami's Only Shtmtr S-ibboa" "IBQ RESTAURANT 833 IM *•. M*onat 226-1744 ^CONTINENTAL^ V CATERERS J •V ^l^ v %  I I -*.( ..t "41 -.-j^^ 4Z


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I : IAttorn ilntiff < SI-SI, :• T-l I lupllc 11.Se.'' in :;:;: 16, Sl %  •• %  iffll s ill • -i l lade ttx ,: %  ii-l.r the flral 1 \wll NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai the undernlaneil, dealrliiH to eiiKagi In l.usin.--.:• I--the :i> 'IM, .us II. 111 1 CREASV Kin > ri i-1 -•! r • itox \ rtli Miami Heai li 82, Kloi Ida Intend 1 'winter s.,1,1 nun.with the NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 8609 :i '\\ vR|i \ si 1:1: \';i I'l.lilll \ MARiSARET SI'KJHAIil ', ItefendH 1 SUIT FOR DIVORCE PI •: MARtiARKT Sl'RRAUl I „ %  n seel H.i\si,ul.-.nu laland, New N i Mr suiraai. in hen b) notified thai Kill • %  : Complain) I li\ %  ll.lI" -II fllell .IL.I lis| >..:. 1 n,l ^ • 'ii .i:-> 1 ei|Ul > -I : %  -• 1 \ |i) v Kel %  1 I'll ...i:nu I lill ..r 'omplalnl on I hi I'laii hi.ETCHKR ,v KIRliER. %  •. Sin-• I. Miii 11 : i:. iich %  1 Hoi Ida, and fib i hi in ii.il Answer or I'leadlnii In thi offlei • the %  i. 'k of the Circuit Court "ii • bef< n loth day ol Sepu mbi 1 ... II fail to do en Judgim nl %  1 ill u III be taken aKalnnl on ma nib .1 In in* Rill "f 1 '"iiii.l.i in' Thin nolli'i shall b i-nl.Ii — li.-.l once each week I foul consecutive Weeks in THE JEWISH KMtRIItlAN IKiNE ANH IRI 'ERED al Miami, 1I11>:ili da) of AuKUst, \ I I 1: H I.EATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit 1 > 'in ;. Iade Count), Klorhla I seal I B> M CAVALARIS, 1 >epuiy Clerk KI.ETi 111:1: ,\ i:nt>;i:i: %  •• !i Streel Miami Beai h 14, Klorlda At torne) foi Plaint if I s 10-17-21-31 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE 1 No. 56I96C IN RE Estate ISIDORE CiERSuN I NOTICE TO CREDITORS • IItorn nnd v l'i ns Hav • • l e agaii 1 .inn%  -. I lemai •!.\: • %  ,-stati Rose Estiiti 1 ,.,,1. Count). I ; V..11 are hereb) notified and •.• %  • %  • reseni nd di rid file thi ime I ri 1 linst in 1 'ount) Cou 1 thi estati ol I SI IH IRE tiERSOX, deCount) I' Ithln six 'a ceased lati ..1 I'n.1. Klorlua, months from thi dal f tl Ihe County lies nf Ii Com : Ihi same in duplicnte and %  • ntaln the ••-..: 1 -< lib % %  'ii Si CI Ion 733 16, thi i lalmanl md I .-.. %  %  11 Hi, 1'., inami presented .1 il In I 'aile ('mini > l-'l--i-will bi barred Ida, within -i\ %  ) %  ndii nu nth* from I tab \ \ • li f the I lion hen If 'R 'THY SACKS of, or the same will hi barred %  \ 1:1. I'Er.K Kl. : it Mian 'l ,6th SYLVIA LEIi'HTER I %  I %  Al'.RAH \.M M •' VSSEL RICIIARIi K l-'INK \s Admlnisti %  Ihi %  'li -I .i o| tUKUKI %  • RICH XIII • K KINK Attorni y f..i Estate Itiiilding S : IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR DA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 8199 Il i UN REB VRBEB, • As Ancillai • %  %  • • Will and I %  • ..,-•.I 11 Mil N'ORTi N Vttori tors < 17-21NOTICE BY PL'SL'CAJ\ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C.RCs -'" FLOR.DA IN AND FOR OACJ£ COUNTY. IN CHANCE^s No. 62 C 7694 EK V.NCES N VNCY SK %  -. MARTIN SELTZER, Defi ndai I 1 SUIT FOR Di v ORC £ TO MARTIN SELTZER .tn Parkw ,. r.r ioklyn, N,u I Y.il. Martin SeltXer, •,:• ,1 thai .1 I llll 1 i\.%  .-.has I..,.,II • lied ugalnsl ...: 1 • rei red to serve : \,.ii! Aiisui Plead NOTICE UNDER F.CTITIOUS NAME LAW \ RTHI'll I' REIIARKER, I '• • %  ndanl NOTICE BY PUBLICATION ii • \U 1111 1: i' 1:1:1: VRRER 211-27 Senglri Boulevard Ear Ri -. kaw ay, 1 ..IILIs!. in, I N. Vork Ytrt" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that 11 Complaint foi Idvorci has been Kill % %  : Complalnl on thi PI filed attalnsi you and vou in eUlorney, Rayman & Pul 102 Ains ,.|iiir..l to serv, H co|i> of vour An%  • "las-. Miami 2, r: rlda uid file swei or I'leadinv, thereto .,n \xx \ thi original Answer or Pleading in BRENNER MEYERS, Attorney for :h office of the Clerk il thi I Plaintiff, IL'" Lincoln Road, Miami Court on or before da it Reach. Florida, nnd file the nriclnal August, 1962. If you fail to 1 si, in the ,,••!.. of :h. Clerk "f judgmenl by del • n the Circuit Court, on m before thaaalnal you for the relief demai 1 Jlsl .lav ./ August, {•• If \..ii fall In the Bill of Complalnl t.. .1.. s... lodgment, h default, "ill Th '-~ "oUvi shall bi i..taken i^iinst \..n fur thi relief '•" '' w,,k 'or four 1 : %  itiv, weslig demanded in the Complninl '" TH E JEWISH l-'UtRUM.vN IKtNK AM' IIRI'EREH .11 Miami IHtNE AND ORDERED .• V. imi, If .1 ..;. A D, NOTRE'IS HEREBY OWEN that ^ftlv^lil. 0 """"^ """ ''"'" ^ $**' "" """ ^ ''"' *"* the undeisigned deslrliig to engag. Ill RB LKXTHERMW • • K l: I.EATHERMAN. 1 • % %  %  reglst. said nami with the -I"" '' k v -.,„..-.-,, RAYMAN .v I'l'llli; Clerk of the Clrcull Court ..1 Hade %  ., _• AIH.-I.) Bldg .linn I I..1 liln I."IE Clerk >f the Cirvuil Courl "f I 1 Kin 1 I WILLIAM Ci'l.E 1. \I:I:V KRi iHMAN ARONltVITZ, SILVER .v. SCHEH Alton Ipnlli ants '*. '7 \ni de) Rullding Miami : i-ill s 17• de NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY I %  the an,i.signed desiring to engage In '' ; this 13th 1.a-.11 —i.i the fictitious na I ,: -' > %  l Al.lt.v RESTACRANT A SANDW'H l-REDR SHOP II 1623 NW -,|,b Street. HiaI I.-ah. l-'l-.i Id 1 ml. 11.is '... 1 _. HI name "itli the Clerk of the Circuit Court if I' 1 !•• 'ount) Klorlda. ItiSEl'H EELLMAN ARONOVITZ. SILVER A 8CHBR Attorney s for 1 w ner iia." Ain.l.-i Builillni Miami 12 Florida < 3-10.17-24 tXEI.I. %  7-24-31. 9'7 NOTICE UNDER F.CTITIOUS NAME LAW NKTK'E IS HEREBY UIVEN 1l1.1t ii.. undersigned, desiring to engs %  business under the fictitious name of i1 :1:1: \ N 11: s 1 'Ri • %  x I.II.M a IR STi IRE .1 l> HI s W 3rd Avi nm VII 1 1111. Eliil Id Inti nils In reglsti 1 -.1 Id name ltli ihe t'lerk of the Circuit '•..mi ..f I'a.l. County, Klorlda u "ll. M \ M YRI.I-: KERR VNTE Sole %  twnei ARONOVITZ, SILVER Si'HKR \t lorm j foi \|.pl Miami :::•. Florida Mtorneys roi vppin am 1607 Ainsle) Building ., %  • nice %  11 1,. \ [•IBtIMN SSKl( > : Bxi %  f igalnst "f WILHBLAIINE h RIRai 'i '• % %  if Dade Count) 1 th.County %  -4 al lade |inl file the sa 1 in lupllcute l'ro> nl,..' :: : s • ,-, ;;;;: i.;. Statute! 11 theii ifflcea In ">• Courtl luae la Dade da ,111 • 11 .. ii.-n.iai %  %  ui the 1 •• a il the flral 9n hei • .' ,-,... M ui let Miami, E;,I la, chla tOth ly, A.P 196 KM \ \ 1 kul'li, at:, 1 ,11 of on %  a of Aug-.js lenthal .I-I-I.. ., & i> ,.-n.-r for Ad L'' 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N iTlCE Is HEREBY OIVEN that the 'in Iersl4 1, desiring t.. engage in busin— under the fictitious name •>' MIAMI AHENCY IN8CRANCE OROl'l* it 227 Seybold Bulldlnai, -Miami. Klorlda intends to raxlatev aald name nrltli the Clork of the Circuit Court %  •! 1' iiCount) 1"1 %  t Idn. Il IHN SI 'HI ROW IT/. Sole 1 twner AIXSI.EE It PERI HE • \ for 1 .im s.'iiur..\\ ti /. 17<-.' \\ • %  -' l'i-;:• %  Streel Miami I",, l'i,i1 I 1 R 3-10-17-24 > NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR.DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 8112 I' IHN 'H \.N'\VS Plaintiff IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 56536 A IN RK Estate nf HENRI ITT \ llll srvi: VTH, Beci i-.-il NOT'CE TO CREDITORS To All 'red I ton and Ml Pel Having Claims ., Kstati You .,%  • %  hj notified and reW Rh the Clerk of ihe 1 %  1 • • m % %  -" •' ,,; and de, |..,,i,. County, Klorida mands which you ma) hnvi against ( \i, :..\NE Ih. .--'.i :. ..• 11. %  1 %  •:, 11 T-. n .,! M \ Ni i I'! < \ I.l deceased lati nl Dadi County, PlorAttorney for Appllcanl Ma, tn the Count -. ol I'.I.I.PHI Ainsle) Hblg 1-17-34 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN thi iiini. i SIKII. ,1. desiring to engage in buslni sunder the I EI.AHI.ER EIRMII RE a Eg' 1.mam 1Vgainsi Said MENT al loii" w tlagler Streel '•' .inn Intends t, .::••' -.11 i 1 art %  % 'in IV. h, Florida r-34-31 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai the undersigned, deairlng t., n. I.l lie in III I. .11[lain, ol HOIJ.DAY ON WHEELS VACATION PACK VIE PLAN .1 8341 s W. :::i Pei Mia i iii Intends to register tha -1 1 name iiii the Clerk ,.i in • .HI of 1 '.nl'' 'ount) EI/HtlDA PI BLICITT I'i'I'.N'iMI.. INC 1 \\ H \, ... „,., • li ^ Bldg., Miami 1 :%  .' I HAXXE II 1 1 ill \ Nl \S a k a IUAXXE II RODIN II k.a I'l.v.NNi: 11 FREDERICK 1 lefendam SUIT FOR DIVORCE T. • BIANNE II ii'llAN. \S 11 k ., I'lANNi: M HODIN .' k H HIANNE II I REDERICK You are hereb) notified thai a Hill nl Complalnl for Dlvorci habeen filed .o4.'iii~i you, and you ari re• inn .1 to Serve a cop) ol • %  \ 1 I Pleading i" thi Rill ••! Complalnl on the plaintiff's Attorney, JOHH REPHl'N, 1370 Washington Avenue, Suite 211, Miami Reach Florida and til-the original Vnswei nr Pleading In thofflei ol th< Clerk of the Clrcull Court on ..1 before thi lib da) of s. ptember, 1962 It > •• 1 fall to 'I" so, Judgment b) default ill Y01 an be taken against you for thi rellel demanded in the Hill of Compli in notice shall be published om 1 each week foi four conaecutlvi weeks in THE JEWISH Kl.l IRII 'I \ N I'i'.Nl-' AND ORItERED al Miami, El la, tin26th da) nl July, A D 1982 I-: H I.i: VTHERMAN, Clerk 1 'iniiit Court, I'a.n Count!. Klorlda County, ami file thi .-am. in dupllcali and is pro\ Idi .1 In s.-. 1 on 7:::: 16, in their offices In I thi Count) Courthousi in l.nl. ty, Florida within six calendar 1 months from thi tlmi nf the fli -t 1. nl.In Htion hi reof, .a the san ^^ ill hi barred. Hated ..' Miami Klorlda, tin3lsl day of July, A.D 1962 MIAMI REACH I-'IRST NATL RANK 1 1) Snnfoi ,1 R Pb • Trust 1 ifficer \Exi. ni. • Kirsl -in .1ti1.11 ol 1 Innoti< on da) ..f Viis-ii-t. 1962. JOHN II I'llll'i Alt,,in.-, foi Ex, %  %  : Onslet 1: i MI11 l-'Ia IR : %  %  :•.! 1 1-10-17-24 24-31 NOTICE UNDER FICTITiOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN n.l. : Bigm .1. uesl ng to engag 1 ^under 1 he fictitious name f lb IT I 'i : in 'I.l DAY it Suiti I, =,." Lincoln R'l M imi Bead end In 1 eglster said nami • 1 "lerk of the "II 1 u:t Courl Count) Klorlda I'HII.I.IP BRAY ROBERT R \N rill >RD i'.M.I AXi 'II %  '. WALLER & I. II" Vttorneys foi Phillip Bra) and Robi n 1: inti *, 24-31 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N'. n'lii: is HEREBY tHY EN that the undersigned, desiring to engag 1 .business under the fictitious name ->f CARRBRAS i-xjiii'M I :.N r "Sarvloa 1 ilvlslon." at 1 in"," NW I 'th \ 'im Locka, Florida, md Intend t-t registei .-.ml name "ith the Olerk •! h. 1 ircult Courl "f I >ads m tj. (Circuit mri Seal' B) In INALD TAl'TENH \ N, Heput) Clerk JltSH RKPHI N Suite ".'i I, 1370 Washington \-. 1 Miami Reach, Kloi Ida At torne) f..t Plaintiff 17-24 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 56605-A IX RE Estati of HELEN W STRK V M. I -..I NOT.CE TO CREDITORS To Ml Creditors and All Persons II.ivKlorlda Ing Claims •" Demands Kgalnsl Said MEI.VIN I. CABRERAS WALTER R Pi IT hereb) notified and reREAKBECK & FTEOERS to preaenl -in* claims and deVttorneys foi Carreras E<| m.ui.1win, h you ma) havi against Ihi estati .a HELEN u STREAM deceased lati nl 11 idi 1 'mini Ida, t.. the Count) 1 ml-, ol 1 >ndi and fib the saim In Ihi ir a, :h, Count) Courthousi in I'a.l. County, Klorlda, within .-i\ calendai months from tin date of the m. nt "S,-r\ ice Divisi l South State Ro id Si •. • ti Wesl lli.lK wood, Ploi % % %  P aii..n b. reof, in tinsa win be barred. VR.NI: \ STRK \\l. .11: Admlnisti UNSI.EE R EERDIE Attoi n. ) 1:West Klaglei Street Miami 3i, Kloi 1I.1 me -17-24 0UAUTY, (KIIA8IUTY AND StMICt GELB MONUMENTS INC. 140 SW 57th AVE. MO 1-8583



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&-Jj-.SOs?i..f Friday, August 24, 1962 +Jewisti ftoridiar Page 3-9 -*TIt ave. Ilir husband's parents I are Mr and MiLeo Feiss. 8771 |SW 4!th st. The young couple both graduatled from Miami Senior High, and lore now attending the University lf Florida His fraternities are 1 -isTcr at her nuptl3frTive 'yea??; ago. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Jack M. Rosoff, the bridegroom's sister, Beverly Jacobson, Judy Bernstein and Mrs. A. M Furst. Karen Susan Brickman, the bride's niece, was flower girl Best man to the bridegroom was Howard Owen, and serving as ushers were Richard Brickman. Perry Cohen. Herman Paul and Stanley Kaplan, the bride's brother. The young couple will live in Gainesville where they are both attending the University of Florida. The new Mrs. Ginsburg is a graduate of Miami Senior High and a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. Her husband is an alumnus of Miami Beach Senior High and the University Of Florida, now a junior in the university's law school. He is a member of Pi Lambda Phi; Phi Alpha Delta, legal fraternity: Beta Gamma Sigma, business honorary; and Phi Kappa Alpha, national honorary. Other relatives here for the oc casion were Mr. and Mrs Herman Altschul ami daughter. Susan, uncle and aunt of the groom; Mrs Isreal Mawrence and daughter. Arlene Wallace, aunt of the groom; Mr. and Mrs. Wolf Rubin, cousins, from New York City. Relatives of the bride were Dr. and Mrs Harry (;. Rinzler. uncle and aunt; the Harry Kaplans, uncle and aunt; and the Macy Gordons, cousins. riSfr *M*ei Werner-Kahn Mrs. ion tins Pi Lambda Phi. social, and Pi Mu, premedical. After a motor trip to New Orleans, the newlyweds will live at 403 SW 3rd St.. Gainesville, while they complete their education. Temple Cotillion Names Teachers Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mandell have been appointed instructors of the Cotillion at Temple Judea for the season beginning Oct. 25. Mandell has lived in this area for 11 years. He received a BA degree from the University of Miami in 1955, having worked his way through school as a dancing teacher. Since 1957, he has been teaching social studies at the Henry H Filer Junior High in Hialeah. Registration for the Temple Cotillion is now open to seventh, eighth and ninth grade children. Mrs. Melvin Schwartz is Cotillion chairman. |Zim Official Back From Tour Study Extensive preparations for of Ificial receptions honoring members |l ihe Greatei Miami Israel Asso-I < : on s Shalom Cruise' aboard the :> Jerusalem cr Nov. 8 through 20 %  avi been completed. V tzhak Gerstenhaber, vice pres-l ol the American-Israel (FlorShipping (i returned this from a tour of several of the I countrk • to be visited by %  South Honda Jewish leadIt'luring th< good will cruise : BIRTHDAZE : A son, Paul Adam, born in New |York to the termer Ilene Goldman |8nd husband Richard Pacun. joins Beth Sharon, V<2. Maternal, grandparents are Lee and Lou I < ; ". Iman, of Coral Gables. Maternj •il areat-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs Morris Heldman, of Miami, |*cach. Sadie and Murray Pacun^j frequent visitors here, are paternal I grandparents. Gerstenhaber also reported that reservations for the tour aboard the Zim Lines vessel are mounting steadily under the leadership of Maurice Revitz, Ben Essen, Leonard Solomon, Jack S. Popick, Henry Gilbert, Fred K. Shocket and other association officers. St. Thomas in the Virgin Islands. Santo Domingo in the Dominican] Republic, Kingston in Jamaica. Aruba in the Netherlands Antilles. and San Juan in Puerto Rico—all ports of call for the 12-day Shalom Cruise—were visited by Gerstenbaker, He visited with San Juan's woman mayor. Kelisa Hincon de Gautier; Aruba's acting governor-, Isaac S. de Cuba; Aaron J. Matalon. president of Kinston's United Congregation of Israelites; Bruno Philipp, | honorary consul of Israel in Santo; Domingo; and other dignitaries to arrange for gala receptions of the cruise participants. Art to be Seen At Bridge Club Arnold H. Perlstein and Robert J. Estis, directors of the Venetian Isle Bridge Club. 1929 Bay rd.. claim that their players "react better and think faster when they're surrounded by good art." Starting Sunday. Aug. 26, the club will exhibit a group of afo-| stractions and West Indies island | drawings from 4 to 6 p.m., painted | by watercolorists Laura Zeldin and Irma Bachelor and modern artist Charles R. Jacobson. The three-man art show, and all subsequent exhibits, will be under the direction of Betty Kay, of Marlon, Pa., a member of the National Society of Interior Designers, who is noted as a specialist in wall decor and placement of art in the home, Lorber Chapter Swim Dance On Saturday nfght, Lorber chapter. Children's Asthma Research Institute and Hospital, will present a summer fiesta. A swim-dance will be held at the Airliner motel, 4155 NW 24th s 1 from 9 p.m. to midnight. Reservations chairman is Mrs Jack Baum Regular monthly meeting of the chapter will be held Tuesday noon at the Pub restaurant Mrs Marvin Guberman is president of the group. ours alone %  i from our wor Id of knit imports Shown is just one from our fabulous collection of exclusive knits garnered from the most important knit centers of the world. This handsome wool two-piecer is from Switzerland, comes in jockey red, classic grey and black with spice of ball fringe. 8 to 16, 39.95. Others from 22.95 to 100.00. \ KNIT SHOP Alt fIVl SWDfNf'S STOHS M MIAHI. THI*D mm



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Page 6-A *.kntfHFkrfJ : Friday. August 24, 1952 Education Meet Sets Up International Bureau JERUSALEM — (JTA) — The first comprehensive attempt to deal with the problems and means i>! strengthening Jewish education on a worldwide scale was made this week at Ihe World Conference on Jewish Education which was convened here by the Conference of Jewish Organizations and attended by 500 laymen an,i professional educators from 32 communities outside Israel. Major emphasis at the sixday parley centered about the need for Jewish communities outside Israel to take a greater interest in the Jewish education of youths and adults and to allocate the maximum possible funds for Jewish schools. Among the recommendations proposed by weeklong workshops on various aspects of Jewish education were the establishment of a worldwide "clearing house" to provide information and research on Jewish education on a global scale and he suggestion that emphasis be laid on knowledge of the Hebrew language as a "means of uniting world Jewry in time and space." The i il ir Jewish and ege at the Hebrew University for Jewish editn m countries outside was proposed in an ol conference by Dr. Ian "I New York, ol Je %  tries o I ling on Jewish c mmunximum support to laj si h wls, the conference deleati sai i that such institutions musl be esl iblished in accor with the laws of the respective stati and nations to provide grad !.: tes with rec gnized degrees si ho'.arship. In a report on day school attendReconstruction!! ance. il as noted that 53.6 per cent 'i he specia el the 139.000 youth enrolled in Jewish education in the tree lands outside of Israel and the United States, attend day schols. This figure, however, includes the 7.000 students attending day schools in North Africa and Iran where no other schooling is available for Jewish children. nn nity ., World address to the Mordecai Kapfounder ol the movement, College, Otherwise, only South Africa, whose 12.0C3 Jewish pupils are about evenly divided between day schools and supplementary Jewish education, has more than onethird of its students enrolled in yeshivot rr their equivalent. In the United States, the report declared, there were 50,000 day school, students enrolled in 290 schools in 102 communities. The educators also urged the enDr William Brickman, professor couragement of Yiddish as "an ol education in the Graduate School important medium of communieaof Education of the University of tion and culture in preserving the Pennsylvania, and one of the promJewish heritage." Jewish denomiinent leaders in the education field national and secular groups engag-' who addressed the conference, urged in adult study programs were ted the financial support of day called upon to "cooperate instead schools by the organized Jewish of compete" in their activities. community, but insisted there must The Jewish all-day school was be no "unnecessary control" ot characterized by the educators as • their administration, curricula or "the crucial point" for continuity I "internal spirit" by the secular JWB Center On New Stamp Panama as well. By Special Report The National Jewish Welfare Board's Armed Forces Service Center in Balboa. Canal Zone, appears on a new 21c air mail stamp issued by the Republic of Panama. The JWB center, identified as the "Singagoga de la Zons del Canal." serves as a focal point for religious, cultural and educational activities for American GIs in the area. During World War II. it was used as a USO club and now houses local USO activities. Many of its programs involve civilians in the Zone and from the Republic Teachers Dr Kaplan proposed, would tram prospective Jewish leaders from countries outside Israel. The •ministry." with headquarters in Israel and bureaus in various parts of the world, would form part of a cooperative process whereby, the speaker said, -each trend in Jewish life, or version of tradition, would attain Ihe maximum of what is desirable, on its own terms." The proposed college, said Dr. Kaolan, wculd help alleviate "the critical shortage" of Jewish teachers around the world and would, at the same time, assist toward developing "the spiritual solidarity of the Jewish people." The institution would also aid the growth of Jewish adult education which needs additional teaching manpower. How serious the teacher shortage is in the Jewish educational Held was indicated in another address. by Dean Eisig Silberschlag, ol Hebrew Teachers College of Boston. In the I'nted Slates, he said, where the Jewish community needed a minimum of 800 new teacherlast year, the small Jewish teachers colleges graduated only 150 The majority of Jewish teachers in Britain, said the Bostonian, are "ill prepared for their task." He noted that Jews' College, at London, had onlv 35 students last year, in. director of wmle he nree tea chers schools in France produced 'fewer gradof the Center and L'SO-JWB area director, who has served as JWB representative in the area since 1937. has been honored by the communities of the Canal Zone and of Pan ama for his work in fostering cultural relations among North Americans and the local residents. Most recently he was awarded the Order of Balboa, the Republic of Panama's highest decoration. It is believed that this is the first time that a government has issued a series of postage stamps on the subject of religious freedom. uates than you could count on both hands." In Latin America. Dean Silberschlag said, "the Jewish seminaries struggle toward achievement of their financial and educational goals—neither of which is too high." Dr. Silberschlag stressed the The Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami ANNOUNCtS the continuation of its HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES at tko now building 2400 Pinetree Drive, Miami Beach PROMINENT CANTOHS TO OFFICIATE SYNAGOGUf COMMITTEE / %  cob Cohen, Chairman REGISTRATION FOR THE COMING SCHOOL YEAR NURSERY THRU 9th GRADE NOW OPEN C411 532-6421 Amy Wollowick and Rickey Rubin are shown the Holy Ark by Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spiritual leader of Temple Menorah, as they register at the Temple's religious school for the coming fall-winter semester. Directed by Herzl Honor am supervised by Rabbi Abramowitz, the Temple religious school features an experienced faculty of licensed Hebrew teachers. Cutriculum will otter oral instruction for first grade students individualized instruction for higher grade students, and ad vanced instruction tor third year Hebrew class, four times weekly instead of three. Registration for new students wr'.l be held on Sunday. 10 a.m.. in the chapel. US Envoy in South America Studies Anti-Semitic Outbreaks WASHINGTON JTA) — The I'nited States embassies in Argentina and I'rugua) are continuing to watch anti-Jewish acts in those countries, the State Department assured Tuesday !i seems that the Argentine authorities are "full) aware Of the need to take firm measures in the present circumstanes." the State Department add••paramount obligations in the Jew ed ish communities, concerning education," and warned against expecting Israel to solve the spiritual and intellectual needs of Jewish education outside Israel. He also urged the use of improved techniques to help spread the learning of the Hebrew language. The charge that Jewish tducation in the United States was taking conducted "in vacuum" was made at the conference by Rabbi Benjamin M. Kahn, national director of the B'rtai B'rith Hillel Foundations. He said that most Jewish students on American College campuses, if they had any Jewish schooling at all, are "products of an educational system that functions almost completely outside the home and in a context generally irrelevant to the problems and structure of Jewish community life." Rabbi Kahn. who spent 22 years in campus work, told the dele gates: "Jewish education by itself was not the answer to motivating \outh toward creative Jewish lite, as the content of education is irrelevant to the problems of the Jewish community, thus making Jewish education a sterile proposition.'' Dr. Oscar I Janowsky, of the City University of New York, who is educational consultant for B'nai B'rith. deplored the "fragmentation" of Jewish education resulting from what he called "institutional! denominationalism." He express ed respect for "diversity" in Jewish education where such difference is based on true distinctions, as between the Orthodox, Conservative and Reform branches of Judaism. But, he declared, many other differences "do not really reflect genuine distinctions He urged the American Jewish community leaders to devote themselves tov, ird lifting standards in Jewish e lucation and to increasing ihe appropriations bj communities tor Jewish schools The assurance was given by Assistant Secretao il State Frederick C. Dutton to Sen Jacob K Javits, New York Republican our officers in Buenos Aires." Mr Dutton said "will continue to press with memberof the Argentine Government the concern of all decent men whenever minority groups are subject to unlawful acts Tlie U.S. embassy in Montevideo, Uruguay, reported measures taken by Uruguayan authorities .- concerned at these unfortunate incidents, which are thought to be the work of a very few extremist members ol a •* ciety. It would appear this concern is reflected in a vigorous •' fort on the part of their govern inent authorties to halt this sen M of criminal acts." We are pleased to announce that ALAN BENJAMIN with is now associated as a Registered Representative A. M. Kidder & Co. Inc. BUSINESS BTAIUMn 186S-MEANS 7 YEARS Of EXPERN Mmt>r New York Stock Exchange an 3 other l_ejd.no, Ootnutic and Canadian Exchanges 5759 SUNSET DR., S. MIAMI MO 1-8521 Robert Newman Manager FINANCE YOUR CAR By-Urn F.-i..,„ ""•'' loauraow lurp„ raUoa A. J. HARMS Chairman of t* %  **"*



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... theJ are loii described Fr. Hinv. ,. |
I L., prensa, lead- "goot,'' who does notrepreseRi
Buen( Aires daily newspaper, church and acts on his
JTABy Direct Teletype
NEW YORKA Roman Catho-
lic priest in Argentina, who is the
author of anti-Semitic books, and
has been charged by Jewish lead-
en with being the spiritual leader
of the Nazi-style Tacuara Youth
Organization, which directs the
anti-Jewish atrocities in the coun-
try, told the Buenos Aires corres-
pondent of The New York Times
that the Jews and not the anti-
Semitic terrorists are to be
blamed for anti-Jewish atacks in
Argentina.
The vitriolic anti-Jewish inter-
view, given by the priest. Rev.
Julio Meinveille, which was car-
ried in Tuesday's New York Times,
contains ridiculous allegations
against Jews, including the allcga
tion that "Jews had provoked the
attacks in an attempt to get laws
passed against Argentine national-
ists." He also charged that Jews
were linked with the Communist,
movements among the students In
Buencs Aires University
He denied any connection with
the Tacuara anti-Semitic group,
and said that it is not true that
Tacuara members get military
trainir.i, ideological indoctrin-
ation, and instruction in "oier-
ational tactics" at Catho'ic Cen-
ters. On the other hand, MM
priest alleged there are 28
groups of armed Jews in the
1 single province of Entre Rios.
The recent widely-publicized
wave of anti-Semitic attacks was
I nut so serious as it was made OUl
i to be by Jews, the priest said. He
j shown that a recent case in which
I i swastika was said to have been
slashed on the breasts of a Jewish
! girl student was -another Jewish
provocation."
2 Airman Study; One Will Go Home
Dr. Hugh M. Musof and Dr. Mur-
ray L. Kane, both with the rank
of captain in the United States Air
Force, have completed the orien-
tation course for officers of the
medical service at Gunter AFB,
Ala.
Both were given familiarization
instruction covering administrative
procedures, military medicine and
medical service support of USAF
objectives.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton R
Kane, 1052 NE 176th ter.. No.
Miami Beach, Capt. Kan* is be-
ing reassigned to a USAF sup-
port unit in Turkey. He will
join the staff there for practice
as a physician.
Dr. Kane received his BS and
MD degrees from the University
of Miami. He is married to the
former Marcie Savransky. of 651
Jefferson ave.
Capt. Musof is being reassigned
to the 46th Tactical Ho.-pital. RAF
Station, Lakenheath, England. He
will join the staff there for prac-
tice as a dentist.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
See Anti-Israel
Moves in Algeria
Continued from Page I A
raqui. former president of the Al-
gerian Zionist Federation and now
living in Israel. Nomination by the
FLN is tantamount to election.
The FLN had first planned to
have 18 Europeans represent the
500.1)00 French Algerians, but un-
til now. only two have given their
agreement, Mr. Chouraqui and an-
other Oranese French Algerian. All
Others approached, including for-
mer Algiers Mayor Jaques Chev-
illier, who helped mediate the
cease-fire between the P'uropean
minority and the FLN. refused to
accept the nominations
1'hilip Musof. 7946 East Drive, liar
bor Island, and received his degree
from Tufts College, Boston His
fraternity is Phi Epsilon Pi.
Airman First Class Philip M.
Schutzer has been scheduled for
release from Air Force active
duty during the latter part of
August.
An Air Force aeromedical spec-
ialist, he was called to duty with
the 146th Air Transport Wing at
Van Nuys Air National Guard Base
in California during the defense
buildup last year.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Schutzer. 1965 SW 7th St., Airman
Schutzer received his BS degree
from the University of Miami. He
is married to the former Roberta
A. Meilberger. of 3055 SW 17th st
In his interview with the New
York Tunes correspondent, the
priest went oul ol his wa) em-
phasize several points from his
book on J<"- He marked i pas-
s-ii'e that declared that Jews wew
etrivinn lo take over the riches ol
ill people-, tc corrunt Ih-m
reduce them to the status of slaves
The theme of the bonk is thai
Chr'stians and Jews hav.i been.
,r.(| gre in eonstatl conflict, be-
cause of the determination ol
Jews to rule the world through
Capitalism and Communism. In
his hook. Meinvielle refers to till
Jews as "a cursed race" and as
agents and sons of the devil
The New Yo-l< Times corres-
pondent stressed the fact that, al-
though Meinvielle has been in
conflict on occasion with church
authorities, and is hardly con-
sidered representative of the
church, he was able to use a
Catholic university hall recently
for a speech.
The correspondent reports that
! an important Catholic lay leader
described Fr. Meinvielle as 'very
small." with a few readers of his
hooks. This man believes that the
priest and his following created
"perverted minds with lies'" and
"provoke violence without fully
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Y .-, August 24, 1SF2 Face 14-A *Je*lst fkridiar Browsing With Books: By HILARY MIWPUN uruwiinif nun wirwi.*. -f fMtel* AflW in Statesmanship, Understanding THREE DAYS. By Zeev Sharef. 298 pp. New York: Doubleday. $4.95. "THIS WAS GENESIS. And it was morning and %  it was night, the fifth of Iyar — and the State of Israel entered into the community of the nations as an established international fact. "As to what happened in these minutes and what transpired thereafter are the story of the morrow, the first day of the State of Israel, for which •Blessed be He Who kept us and brought us unto that day." Thus, with a quiet intonation of Schehecheyanu. one of the key men involved in the transfer of Pal estine's administration from British to Jewish hands ends his recollection of the feverish. HMttonT three days preceding Statehood. Zeev Sharef. a longtime llaganah member, was secretary of the Provisional Government at the time of transition, later becoming cabinet secretary and head of the Revenue Department. The detailed progression of the seventy two hours reads like fiction of the most fascinating kind. Dipping back into history, skimming oceans to tell what the United Nations was doing as the deadline for the end of the Mandate inexorably approached, dropping into a New York hotel room to report on Chaim Weizmann's sorrow and anxiety as Capitol Spotlight: By MIITON FRIEDMAN Soblen Case Still Spotlights Wrong Issue Washington C ONDEMNATION OF Israeli behavior in the Soblen case is coming relentlessly from Israel's enemies and even from some oi her friends, putting more heat than lignt on the issue. Israel has been singled out for such one-sided ame that a review of other facets c! the s.mation is indicated. Secretary of State Rusk and Attorney General Kennedy know the whole story. They understai > Israi I fould not fly the convicted spy from Lo! • [o New York in compliance with the British I maneuver. They have not rebuked i I could not. For they got Israt bj %  ressing tor her precipitate and i \ Sob which ended in L lately, L'.S. officialdom has done i lit in < UN listening Post: By SAUL CARSON The UN Sees No Evil BEOPLE HERE many murders United Nations ARE asking: How make a massacre'' Applying .the cliche to the Israeli-Arab situation, they ask: Mow many Arab violations of the armistice agreements, how many Arab attacks, shootings, harassments, make up a situation so grave that ^ the United Nations should at least report the situation publicly—let aione do something about the dangers? As far as any open UN word is concerned, all is quiet along the Arab-Israeli borders. Mum's the word—here. But is it really as serene as the lack of UN word indicates? The exact opposite is the truth. On June 14. as those who read the Jewish Telegraphic Agency dispatches know, four Israelis were shot down in the Musrara district of Jerusalem, almost within view ol the no-man's land where the UN Truce Supervision Organization has its headquarters. Jordan offered a halfhearted apology—you shoot four people, you kill one of the four, then say "I'm so sorry." By July 4. Jordan had reason to express regret once again; this time a Jordanian Arab Legion officer let go against Israelis acrosthe border: this time there were three Israeli deaths, two wounded. "So sorry!" Up in the North in Galilee and around Lake Tiberias, there have been recently six shootings from the Syrian gun positions—six. The gunfire was directed by the Syrians, again, at Israeli fishing boats on the lake, at I-raeli tractors working in Israeli fields, at an excavator being used by Israeli workmen inside Israel, at surveyoi on the Israeli side. Syria wasn't even sorry. Down in the South. Mr. Nasser is firing rockets which can reach Israel—and boasts of that fact. His Field Ml l-War Minister makes it clear that the target .Is without '.he use of double talk chosen for the m by Mr. Nasser hi:: u Add these thin) to ether, and what have you? T! the nub of the qu i ski d here True, the UN can do nothing, and has no busii an; thii it Mr. Ni mild handle, and a UN repot: MM UN or 1 re vi UN n Organii to the UN nv 5. delegation, headi n. was s sure, last April thi t no one must : v raids fl{ No JO! nation If Israel erred, it was in the direction of com; ying too rapidly with a United StateGovernrequest to rush Soblen aboard a New Yorkrid E! Al jet. Legal questions still existed, but Israel was eager to cooperate with America, I S i arshals ire aboard the plane to take custody, Israel extended itself :< %  please Washington and American public opinion. Her reward has been unprecedented abuse Whether Israel acted wiseI) in her own interest. .:. being SO I coopther question. But that is a question oi a domestic nature for Israelis to discuss It v as ol Israel ft alt that I' S. n %  rting Soblen bungled their duties The mar. .. had phj sii al cu.-tod\ yel thi deserati I ti hi rous i I : -• stand ird proced iri fi r U S mai %  %  soners forl possessioi • steak variety or an) er kii I II ey were not %  %  hy v er th< \ i When Soblen ma i suicidi inherit! the pi ei %  assumu %  • mpli c legal situatioi H :• %  Office '' asively mi • nd must take him estii ation. However, the British Foreign %  on new spapers were not sure tl .. %  Israel. Almost two months i i Soblen's lawy< rs rael. and the legal situ.' i hanged, II was no Ion i sible under Israeli law and soven lor Israel to once more be the carriet I Soblen until the case was resolved in Israel. Was El Al the only airline in the world" The bungling U.S. marshals and British buckpassing facilitated Soblen's continued sojourn abroad. Yet only Israel was singled out for blame Israel was asked, in effect, to serve as ^-n international kidnaping agency, ignoring it.own laws Israel could not tell the world tn,. whole story. The inept work of the U.S. Justice Department and the cynical British evasion went unnoticed. Only Israel was pilloried and made the scapegoat Israel could not talk for reasons apparent in the facts outlined. Indeed. Israel was pressured to do twice whal Ergland appeared unwilling to do even once. The Israelis were trapped not out of pro-Communism or arrogance or any of the other faults with which she had been charged. She had merely leaned backward a little too far to befriend the States Israel could have insisted that Air France, which brought the illegal passenger, carrying a false passport, remove him from Israel. Instead. Israel very accommodatingly placed him on a New York bound El Al jet, into "competent" U.S. hands. After the legal situation changed, England could reasonably a-k Israel to fly him out of the country, but Eng land had no right to specify the destination Israel was now bound by its own laws to return Soblen only to the legal procedureoi Israel it he were once again force:! back inti Israel hands over United Between You and Me: ^S^eVaS-thflSok generates promise to recognize the St. its own excited momentum. Portraits abound of BenGuiicn, objecting U -Whcnasin the draft of the DeclaraUon of U£ Xointo all Jews The war with the Aral. -preads em corridor, the blockade of Jerusalem (and there iZ the problem of where to put the £.££ Statethe secrecy of time and place of the Declar atfon ceremony so that it would net be marred b> bombs, .. Share!'' evaluation of the British role is highly objective; factual and concise, he cannot spare them their disgraces inor would h. want to), but his ef forts t< f.nd a logic in what seemed at the umi like sheerest capr.ee on their part are surely a hall mark in statesmanship and understanding, HIS vienetw ol the British Commissioner, Sir Alan Cunningham standing at attention it i bright light on the bridge of his vessel and salutins to the strains vuld Lang Syne." as pr al midnight. ., si the limits ol • %  tstim > terntona wan ts in its poigm nc> I • compassion ol Shi i • • lysis was translati Hebn w I s ..Meltzer Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ The Ways of Logic %  BENGURION ma h ent i < i % %  I ask %  I ma I %  i r COES i tei n v. %  %  %  In t I me." %  • B rhei \ bachur" : .. -• %  ing "If 1 • lo ti to ti is mj ri %  taki I of the i thi r ft %  h • %  %  %  %  itor; ol Pal the 1 n. visiting the : %  • %  : i .... ..::.:• Pat I • if Jake I much i explaining | si v xal • • the iy told I labelais ol the Ji % % % % %  %  > church in the e A jes il .. tim< ran pam • ai ted lo become %  n u< i The\ com* E said because, il (h< church survived with Ptioi it must ei thi special graci I tl 1! about %  an oli It i sh new gpape rman %  %  • : on one of the Yiddish dailies. He was yerj versatile wrote on ever} kind ol subject A coleagui ssked him about it. "You unu about everything —ha\t you ni specialty?" v< liakoff replied, the Btl l< is mj specialty "' BiW said his questioner "Why I happen to • : i • H Ihi • iiel: you know next ti nothing." "Yes -,.,. Poliakoff, "thai mj trouble." Dr .-. (izmann las one,, show in n uish ientific institute in Israel which name Ahe passed the shed Bril ehieh bears his %  various research workerhe ol -he,,work This one is en nthetic analysis f ,,thai one is chavior o| the By BORIS SMOLAR The Venerable Jewish Community of Jamaica itftTH iaw(ir • UflTH JAMAICA m that 1 %  %  %  %  i %  tl %  C5A..


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Friday, August 24. 1962 *. A wif nor/dfaf) Page 9-A Wall In Orbit By MAX LERNER Since Prime Minister Khrushchev chooses again, as he did last n-ar. to link a renewed drive on Berlin with a successful oribtal flight ,. he is taking a risk ho may not have calculated on. 1 don't Ihe risk of war. which he will doubtless be carotid not to push :,,, tar 1 moan tho risk that the world will see not only the Russian nnauts in orbit, but also the Berlin Wall in orbit By showing again its superiority in rocket thrust and precision %  satellite size, weight and endurance in space, the Soviet I'nion .... von another victory in the political war. Whatever Khrushchev i ,.\ -,i\ about his peaceful intent in the technology contest, there is npulslve repetitive pattern about the way the Communists use space exploits to underscore their military-political threats. the timing of now rumblings about an East Germany treaty to ci incide with Andreyev's orbitings. But there is one great difference between tho political setting of i Russian flights and that of Major Titov's last year. At that time i was no Berlin Wall: it followed tho flight by a week. But this time the year that has elapsed since the last Russian space display has the Year Of the Wall. And when the Russians boast to the world that not just a man but a whole social system is careening in space. thi world has the right to add a question: "And the Wall too?" If we are candid with ourselves, on this first anniversary of the Bi run Wall, we will agree without demurrer that the American re-I nse to it marked a great blunder — perhaps the greatest after the i uban business. Secretary Rusk and the whole State Department. Including a veteran Kromlinologist like Charles Bohlen. failed to see in. dark meaning of the wall: that in tho contest of collective will cen the Communist world system and the free world system it was the Communists who dared a decisive act of lawlessness and tyranny, and at the critical moment the will of the free world faltered i eting it. I was myself bemused at the time with the idea that the wall was confession Of Communist bankruptcy, since it showed that they had to seal their people off from the world and could not risk their making choice of freedom. This was true, but only half the truth. Tho other half was overshadowing!? important: that it was an act to show that Ihe Russians meant business and tho free world did not. Not until I : i ... to Berlin a month later and saw tho psychological impact of the wall on the minds and lives of the West Berlin people, did I understand the extent of the American blunder VA Chaplaincy Picks JW3 Man By Special Report WASHINGTON—Chaplain Morris A. SandhaUS, liaison between the chaplain service of the Veterans | Administration and the Commission i on Jewish Chaplaincy of the Na' tional Jewish Welfare Board since the end of World War II, has boon appointed director of chaplain serI vice of Ihe Veterans Administra tion. it was announced here by James S G lea son, Jr.. administrator of the VA The appointment makes Chaplain Sandhaus the first Jewish chief of any of the Federal Government's chpalaincy services Through its Commission on Jewish Chaplaincy, JWB serves and ecclesiastically endorses all Jew ish chaplains in the Armed Forces and in VA hospitals. A native of Cleveland, O., Chaplain Sandhaus joined the Veterans Administration in September, 1946, as ass : stant chief of personnel. In 1951, he became assistant to the c'irector of chaplain service. Chaplain Sandhaus was rabbi of Congregation Sons of Israel. Yonkers, N.Y., from 1937 to 1942. In the latter year, he enlisted as an Army chaplain. He served at, Fort Devens, Mass.. and for two | years was on duty with Western Base Headquarters in England. Channel Base Headquarters in Franco, and later was named assist ant division chaplain of the 89th Division, with the rank of major Educated at the College of the Citj of New York and New York University. Chaplain Sandhaus was ordained by tho Mesivta Torah Vodaath, Brooklyn. N Y. He is a former president of the Washington chapter of the Military Chaplains Assn. of America, and a fcrMetro Commissioner Alex Gordon (left) and John Serbin. United Fund Special Gilts chairman for South Miami Beach, are ready to hit "home runs" for the United Fund. Gordon will head the "American League" and Serbin the "National League." Each "league" will contain ten teams of nine "players' and one "captain." Captains named so far include Leonard Doc) Baker. Carl Weinkle, Mrs. Louise A. Glasser. Harry B. Smith, William Agranove, Richard Donath, Fenner & Smith. Sam A. Goldstein, Dr. I. A. Greenhouse. Carl Gardner, Sidney Rabinowitz, and the Miami Beach Solicitations Bureau Bonn Seeks Resignations From Former Nazi Judges Continued from Page 1A a prosecutor in Hitler's Peoples Court at Leipzig during the war. mor national chaplain of tho JewAfter a brief suspension from his There would have been no filing and no danger of war if we had tern the wall down as soon as it went up. It was a lawless wall and we had the right to tear it down. Nor need we have used tanks: bulldozers would have been enough. The Russians might of course have picked up their stones and trowels and retreated deeper within East Berlin, and still built their wall where we could not follow. But! v.hile the fact of immuring the people of East Berlin would still be a fact, the Russians could not have displayed to the German people —I West ar.d East alike — the symbol of having done so by an act of nerve j and will which could claim the Gorman future. But the Russians must pay a price for their victory, and that price the Wall as a living witness to the despair of the people walled up behind it. If Khrushchev tells the world it is a social system that is orbiting with Nikolayev and Popovich. then it is also the starvation el the Fast Berliners that is in orbit, their grey faces, their bleak lives. their hopeless future "Work without hope draws nectar in a sieve. ti Coleridge. The life of millions in East Berlin and Fast Germans is draining away through the sieve of hopelessness. Even with the i all there some 12.000 have risked their lives to break away, and l> the wall holds the rest there As tor West Berlin, all the signs show that it is flourishing again is the reason for Krushchev's renewed drive on the Berlin quesUl He has a design involving an appeal to neutrals and the I N 101 withdrawal of Western troops from W.st Berlin, and there will again i thi usual array of tender-minded Americans yammering that Bernot worth the candle There will be manufactured incidents lire threats as Khrushchev drives again toward the Berlin brink .en sign his Hast German treaty. ish War Veterans of tho U.S. high post. Dr. Stammberger ordered him dismissed and initiated a probe into Fraenkol's alleged with sion of the deadline for a brief period, according to plans announced by the Miniry of Justice. However, it was pointed out. ther total of 157 judiciary members who had served Hitlers People holding of information from the Court as judges or prosecutors did present government regarding his not include ex-Hitler collaborators former Nazi collaboration. who now serve as judges in the administrative, labor or social welfare courts. Some data concernEra cnA violent attack against kel. and an appeal to the West German Jewish community, as well as I to Jews elsewhere, to demand that he be tried for his Nazi activities, was received hero from the East Berlin Jewish Community. The charges that resulted in tho Bonn Justice Ministry's action against Fraenkel had come, originally, from tho Fast German Communist regime. ing ex-Nazi judiciary collaboratorsstill in the West Gorman service' now had claimed the number ma) be as high as 3.000. Vision Tests Set CHAPLAIN MORRIS SANDHAUS Adath Yeshurun Sets Campaign All the cases against ex-Peoples Court judges and prosecutors now servi.ig in the West German judiciary apparatus involve those whose Nazi period participation resulted in severe penalties, often in ex'.cution, for defendants accused of relatively mild offenses. But in the end, important as it is for him to remove West Berlin a -wnbol of growth and of the German future, he will not risk a : ., il He is caught between the pressures from the t Ibricht-Stopt elite in Fast German) and his knowledge that a war will be troohic It is not only that his enemy-relatives, the cninese, re there is the dismay engaged for the promotion of the Temple's i lucational and cultural Germany and not only that : less the day a war started. Even i his own Russian people at his threatening gestures. ricans often ask themselves why they should fight for the ital of a former enemy But the Russians, who have suifered more Irom that enemy, ask themselves the same question. And not even circling space-ships and their pride in them can annul the anxtet) • bout a war, Temple Adath Yeshurun is initi ating an intensive registration campaign ft r its nursery si kindergarten. Hebrew ana Sunday school anc ai ull • lasses A staff of 15 t< achers has been CORAL GABLES CONVALESCENT HOME "A Friendly and Gentle Amotphert for Thou Ten Lore' • 24 HOUR REGISTERED NURSING SERVICE • SPECIAL DIETS OBSERVED • All ROOMS ON GROUND FIOOR • PRIVATE BATHROOMS • AIR CONDITIONED • SWIMMING POOl • SPACIOUS GROUNDS t SCREENED PATIO Ferdinand H. Rotenthal. Director-Owntr Former Asst Kir. Mt Binal u.-v Cleveland Dir, Jewish Item., for Aged, Pltt^Mirun 7060 S.W. 8th ST., MIAMI, FLORIDA CA 6-1363 aims Rabbi Jonah E Caplan Is coordinator ol the program, and Don Simon is chairman of the education committee President f the congregation. Charles Rosenberg, announces that the congregation has also i mharked on a membership campaign to invite non-affiliated Jews of North Miami Beach to join the Temple. Figurepresuming to sh iw the • r of former Nazi judges and pros cutors w ho still worked in the West German judiciary appa ratus as of last June 30 were made public lure this week The fij res i %  %  • that there .'. :-e 157 such judiciary officials •till holding office as of the end f June, and that all but 14 retired by the June 30 deadline, ine had been set by For Youngsters Children between 7 and 17 year* ol age. accompanied by a parent may have their vision checked free next Thursday, from 9:30 a m. to 4:30 p m at the Zamora Jewi: h Center, Coral Gables. The Dade County Optometric Assn., in conjunction with the Eleanor Roosevell chapter. B'nai B'rith Women and Temple Zamora Sisterhood sponsors this free pubic visual screening, Mrs Rose Galton, citizenship and civic affairs chairman of tl Eleanor Roosevelt chapter, is chairman ol .he event. Serving with her are Mesdamos Robert Cross Simon Spec tor, Edward A'aronker Alvin Weinstein, Jos eph Wa'.zer, Marvin Schoenberg and Myron Rubin. Other events planned by the the chapter include an annual fashion Division Manager Appointed The appointment of .1. A. Freed man. of Coral Cable.-, as a divisional manager of Waddell & Rood, national distributor of the United Fund's group of mutual funds, has i boon announced by the firm's home office in Kansas City. Mo. Prior to joining Waddell & Heed as a registered representative in January. 1959. Freedman was in tho real estate business in Miami Bundestag, lower House of Parliament, last winter, under a law giving the ex-Na* officials the opportunity for voluntarj" retirement Those who did not relire, are now subject te dismissal and consequent loss of pension rights. These 14 re HM officials whose "voluntary" retirement may now be facilitated by the extenShOW to IKheld in November and ,i rummage sale, Mrs Sheldon Wynne is publicity chairman QUALITY, RELIABILITY AND StRV'Ct GELB MONUMENTS INC. 140 SW 57th AVE. MO 1-8583 1 daily, per person, double occupancy 50 of 300 Rooms to l.jv lit. ADD IF DESIRED O jtr DAILV O ^^ ^ J0 WHICH ^ A tjB I TOTALS ^QB^ FOR ROOM BATH & FOOD OLYMPIC POOl • SNACK BAR • COCKTAIL LOUNGE FLEETWOOD 800 West Ave. Ph. JE 8-4521



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Friday, August 24, 1962 *-Jetisfi fkridHar Diamond Picked By UF Group Page 7-B LEGAL NOTICE MOT'CE UNDER LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE By ur uroup : n •N^ILAW NOT, ^R 0 ? A A X PP D L ^5 T,ON d Diamond, manager of .he """"w'SteMi '" 1 ncrofl hotel, 1501 Collins av< ., %  ,„.. u N n \" ""-:; Norm HKREBUIVBS ihai m ed chairman of the down V'. .' subdivision (if the Hold. ,, ,., ,'""" ih i d A.M l9(i hB I %  '.. rlda kl RT LKXKWAY and Apartmenl Division of L'nited Fund 1962 fall cam. sn on Miami Beach. NOTI FOR 0 TA A X P OERS T ON Irving Frankel, chairman of the C ap %"^ A .2os69* of ,941 ,1 unit, >au\ "Diamond's apNOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEX that ,, %  „, was 'he first of a numJJ ^1^!^ '&?& CuVM rr we plan to make. Before long, % %  das ..i May, v.n .. ,1,,, ., will have separate hotel groups ,„/.;.,;.„ V. J !" £. *" %  < !" [•lioning in every .section Of ther.M.n. s Certlflcati embrace* • • .-. 1II. ha •ii' 'i sai ii i mj %  .r11. ... and ha H lax ,1, ,. m i„ J """• %  "I thereon S .1 r, rtlrli it, ..,,1 ? • the follow Ing ,i. ., ih. tl prop%  thcsfount} ,.• %  I .... I. si.,,. ,., r I Ill l ,-" 1 %  Uli • k 2 Railroad Shop. Inters' hoid nan r'lal lln ik : Page 192 n tin cit> ..i Mian I, 1 *-<••••Slate ..f Florida aunty of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT iN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 62 C 4217 ELEONoKA S. M VCHEH I %  ].. 111 >:: i. 11 A i:i: v" i M vcHER, l 'efi ndant. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO: HARRY I" MACHER l{i Kldi n. • unknow n ViT ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that J ilalni I'm Divorce ha,been tiled against you l.v KI.Ki i\i i|; \ < MACHER, .mil therefore, you an r. lo flu s "in Answer w Ith (tie LEGAL KOI ;E NOTICE BY FLEL'CATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JLC C AL C RCUI T OF FLORIDA l\ AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No ere t %  !Xli i: %  • %  ii .,i • tiff, \ WILLIAM 'nil.-!-, '! %  Defendant, SUIT FOR DIVORCE I' I II. I. i v.vl isi \v,„„ii., I ^ I'll .is.Hi! Hill. I'lti burgh l n ,-. Vou WILLIAM Col'LTER are i" n h) notlfli .1 thai .. I.ill of %  m % %  •i Dlvori. I:..I.. n rili il I hi following described pr i n tt .,". u,,,} : ""'•• 8*l( of Florida, Lot •• Block IT. Semlnola Pit*, s. = : I'l.,. llook :• Page IM. Section 12 T ." wn,,nln •-" "ih, Range in East ',' '" ':> ol Hlaliah. Counts of Haiti State of Florida ""'• %  ihi raid cert If I .,,.. „.,. ,, ,,,,. < %  %  name of: Archil Johnson. I nleaa sj,i,i cert If leu te R hall bi n teemed according to law, the prop. i-rty lies. lil„.il hi I. In "III |. %  .,.1,1 ; the highest bidder at Ihi Court Hou< "" 'hfirst Mondav in 'h of (let iber. I'o,:'. whli I |, %  i: IS HEREBY OIVBN that ~! ,,a > "' "etober, 1H6:' done holder of Cltj "f Miami I'ated this 22nd daj "f Au^usi ... Ii Certificate No jtW issued '' ,; LEATHERMAN. Clerk of ,lai "i June, A l • I860, has %  -" "urt, Dade County, Florida ii, in mj office, and has made '-•' l R> It M I.EEPER, .i '.,\ di • d % %  i" isDeputj Clerk renn .--.ml Certificate em> v following "" ,; "" 1 Agalnat Raid You are herebs notified and re%  luired in pi, .,m an} claims and demands which you may hav NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 8 24.31, '• 7-11 i ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 8113 Vann S CHARLES V'OLPE I'lain! iff. IRENE li Vi .I.IK. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: IRENE B. V( d.li: 604 Independence Building lharlotte, North Carolina You, IRENE I) V'OLPE, are herebs notified that .i BUI ..f Complaint ror IHvorce has been filed against FAY HMX" 1 :,;' T&STZ :;:!"';" ,:;:..oi,',; ; r'-"> n, >y •in "el demanded in the Kill of Comj'l.i int This notice shall In published onc each week foi four consecutive i-,k in THE JEWISH I'l.ouilil.v.v i'i-Ni: AM. ORDERED at Miami, |,„'-'., '' %  """ 5rd '' %  %  '•' AUgUBt, A l>. E B LEATHERMAN, Clerk iii int Court, I ':.,li Count}. Florida <**al) B} HELEN K I:SS|.I:K. I leput} %  "i. rk RAYMAN & DI'HIU !(I2 Am.I. > 111,It Miami 32, Florida Attorneys fen Plaintiff 8 IO-17-8 4-81 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREm .. • Seventh Avenue v.I.Inn.n rue .> ceased I.I.,,f l>,,i. i„, i-V V V „,' .' '" neaaina i" the .NOTICE IS HEREBY IIIVKV Hi.f I'aa. .. In the I'll} ... ,. N • ,s HKREHT UIVKN thai to the cSuntv ludaes o? nidi '• '""' V f m 1 ,l 1 '" "" '!" %  Plaintiff, the undersigned, .leslrlii oenm %  ints of Dade, State of %  ':' "ln. holder of Count} Tax andfll l. ,o, .,, ', "" N i %  i V "'""' L-* v,ne M "' ln :i "''"'"esx under the flcUtlous name of *>'< Certificate numbrred 866, :m -l %  ,„o, ,• i ',' '' ''' '''' '"a Klorlda. file the UKAXDPA't* TILADINO.POST"a rto i —'"I the Isl da, ,. • ,.-. "'n w '( m" '",v nal Answer or Pleading In the South Feders Hlhway %aranja • t. Mil in'the l "" v '' has filed nth" from • .., •', V"'" ', '" ",' ''"''* "'' ,h ''"'"' l n "'•' Internist, register^ said %  iltnei "•"" and has made application „„i i .,,,.,,, .'.,,, ,,'" '" f "T, V ? n ; ,! %  "< da} ... 'Uh the Clerk id th. Circuitl Court I. .hall bi ,-, :" '-'^ deed ... ... Issued thereon • ar"ed """" *'"' ^" ', If you fall to d "f Dad, County. Florida %  I iw II ~ en If bates embrace th. follow i r i,. ,. hell In eln -i'l be sold ... ItJK described • n Ihi Count} MAC MERMEl'l %  Ihi Coui 11. %  •. — '". ''•' %  %  < %  • • i'l Is to ull v ,,. i.'Tis iI:I:I:M VN flrsl Mondas lo ih. II which Ir I i hi ml d '•''.: HERMAN I niila l: M I.BEPEH •. i ierk Lot Blijck | .,,• ,,. v.,,, ... .. „ „ ,. h 1 %  ', k I %  •-' -' III the Count} v.. of Dndi Stati -l ed %  Certiflcali \ The .i-s. -'. ,,, ... ,,,, |„, ... rt un 'Iisaid ci r'm. at, ,.% %  • .1 n i i .h, mi : Mathanli l i "ulj Lot it ItliH-k -'7 Fulford Ri rh< s. i Ii i judgment .,, default xs i11 I.. ... IslR-XAXE. i.Nc %  s, u,;,"" '' : "" : "' '!' '"I -'•! %  owner In th; Hill id i '..ii!.lain. i [AV||i LIEBM v\ l ins notice shall h,published once Vttonie} foi Applii 1 eek ... r i,.in %  ,.,,-. jtlv, weekr %  I I • I \ NOTICE UNDER F.CTITIOUS NAME LAW I'H'K IS HERKin UIVKN thai n*,I U'slrlnK to enKs %  litlous imMil of •v VI'MI MKNTS a olllns %  .• Mm lends I reg• he ("lei K ... ihi I'ounl ll..i LK( i.NARH ISRAEL elmer o} Apai luients •711 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 56833 IN RK !•-•.,•. .., VRXETTE K UfN.N SR I'.. ..,.-,! NOTICE TO CREDITORS I.. All Creditor* and All Persons Having Claims ...• Demands Against Said I .--., I, v an hereb} notified and rein THE JEWISH KLoRliX s \ i" '\i: AND tlRDRREH at Mlani hlorlda, thl r, A.D. E H LEATHERMAN, Clerk 1 Iri nil Coui:. Dadi 'oui %  Florida '' al i Bs HFM.KN KESKI.EH Deputj Clerk \ l( "1*1 IR I.EVI M: M %  Ingrahan Bui 12 lii.rnl.i Uti ney for 11 miff rp ) -14 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941 File AA-20820 CK IS HEREBY UIVKN that I i Boskln, holder ..f Count -" B II... Hook Page '7 in the t} ... Hade, Stan „f Hoi Ida as embrai %  .1 Ii Ccrliflcati No '•! I Tin ii-s. ssmi ni ... ...iii |.. npi 11 v un lied .i. in inn ..I .1 I l^awver K •-' % %  :. Ft %  Ft Lot .v W PI S : %  pi ,. r i.,., : |..| k „ •v !• %  : •• Blk I I'l: mm.I., : ou •'" herebs notified and reIN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Villas I".,i Rook I igi • m Hi. '."""I % %  present any claims and deELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Counts "f Hade, State of Florida i~ "lands which you mas havi agalnsi FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE embii i in I'ertlflcati N "" estate of ItARNKTTE K tll'XN COUNTY. IN CHANCERY Tin assessment ... raid properD un~ l: deceasid late ... Dade t'ountv, No. 62C 5758 del -l i certiflcali issued >-... In f*l rl KLYN SAVLNi;s BANK ih, naiiu id Harrj II Hammock ""'•' ''"unly, and file the Plaintiff. W 17..; Ft l„.t is ,v All Lot I" Flag'' ""' "' %  County Court,, *' 1 IT link. Plat );,...k i Pag, s In house in Hade County, Hlorlda withHAROIJ SARUBNT HdlVHKR and the County of Dade, Btate ...' l-'l... "' ~ 1V calendar month, from thi date UoWaMARIE Bot'ciiER, his w fi Ida, as embraced In Certiflcali No "' "'•' ,ir ~ T publication hereof, ,..• ihe ""' l LiOl'IS DICKMAN and MIRIAM •'..KI same M III be h irn %  W WINSTON cr.NN. M: .,Executor of the Estati of i:.i %  m tte K ': i TI I, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS HERKBY HIVEN I ... 1 di liing to eng %  -. in thi it name ..f si BI'RR v.\ SMOK SHOP .,• .... %  -. Miami B( ,i, I,. Florida inti nds Isier said nan • • Circuit Court %  Floridii NINITA INC B> Mercedes Pi ri \\ ALL & ROTH N i n 11 a, I is. ii} ne Blvd. Miami Iii 24 ::: '• 7 14 Thi ass, ...n. n. .• i.i pi opi rty un di r the -aid cerllficati iaaued was In the name ... William n smith skin, holder of CountyTax %  „,... ;i „. certificates shall be re" Al jy i! '" WENER. Attornej M d > "' "" %  x ert} described herein Ml bi sold ... Miami. Florida id .am n m, office, and ;h h | Kh e.t bidder ... .... Court Hous. 24-31. 9 7-n • ""•">. s.„l certificate. „,„„,,, ,, f ,,,., .,.. m wllM h ,, ,,,. • the f-lowlng deacrlbed prop. : ., ,, ay „ f ,,,.,„,„,-. ,;,,;. • Vi %  i !',' l "•"''• •"""" "'' W 2tad day of August. 1962 .!,'.,", .„ E K LEATHERMAN Clerk of and. I Mat Book 16 l*agi i9 s .., ih. founts ... I '..d.. stati ..t III '• %  .I'L .,..• I Ida, ... in...... ed .. assessment of said pro|iert) un %  ".l • tlfli ati isin .I a a. in %  of orange State Builder. onul Urovi s.i Plat Book M .' ige %  • "ui ts id i M.I, Stati ... :n Certificate ild i" opei i\ unit if nate Issued wa. In v Pai ,..•ly: I! M LEEPER. heput} Clerk > 24-31, 9 7-11 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C-7584 EDITH (' \NT( •.: Plain. Ifl v S UERTRl'DE I'ALMERand HARoLB i \\\'T. 'I: .,ndlv iduals and a. I:\.... iii..i.. .i.i.l Ti II' ". .In Estate f William K i "anti r, deci ..-, %  .I. and IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 5844C A IN RE Estate ..f I'All.INi: STEER, I I'.. .... .1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS T., All Creditor, and Ml Persons Having claim, nr Demand. Against Said Esl ,.,• You are hi reb} notified ami reiiulred to present am claim, and demand, which you mas havi again.I the e.tate of PAl'LINE STEER di %  a-. .1 lati •.( Pad. 'ounty, Florida, thi Count} .hide..1' Had.. CounClerk "... ...I file Hi. same in their offl I 'li 'KMAN, his ull. I '• .'• n.la ills. NOTICE OF SUIT TO I.i.l IS DICKMAN and MIRIAM DICKMAN, Ins wife 29415 Avenue Z Rrookls .. 35, New York You are hereb} notified that the abov. captloned action ha. In • ., ... stiluted ..K.iin-i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY UIVKN [hat thi undi -.-...I. desiring ... engage ;n '. %  '-" • mder Ihe rictltloue nami ..f FRATKRNIDAD EDITORIAL LA POLJ LLA al 2no .W i7.ii Court In .he %  '.!> of Miami. Florida Intend. ... .•His... il,.-aid name with thf Clerk "' thi %  i II Court of Dade County. ilorida Dated al Miami, Florida, thi. i.".il ila} of A ugust, IM2. THE IKiOKWORMS EDITORIAL 1 II iTERNlTY, INC atltuted agalnsi you in ih. Circuit n. n \ • %  !•', ,\> ,V\\ \\ 1'purl of the ELEVENTH Judicial ; v, V' M -."-|^•' A ,iA s-re... y I'lreuit of 11 la li and foi DAD* /ftoTne? foiS Count} ... i close a rtgage .', .. v-",V \u,> i,' V the following dearribed real pTopert} vT,,n M Vi "i-. I-.' is. Block II. FIRST V|.|.|T1,,.\ Mlam '' '•''.iirta To MVKTI.K CROV'K -..,,,.. ... 24-31,9 ,14 TO MYRTLE UROVB, ai i ordina I Hi. Plat thereof, recorded in Plat Bo.,k Si .,. Pagi .' ... il..Publli R. rd ..• I ..id, Count) Pint Ida together with O.E. Washing MaNOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVKN that the undersigned, v.,.,i.i ,I.I-I'I UK i'. r'riL, n *' undersigned, dealring to engagi In i-mtor \ .1. ..''i i %  '• iV' n '"' s "* '"" l ,h "etIUoua name of Vl 1. l" 11 v %  • ..'.,' M T MAl*RY'8 MINIATURE GOLF W.'I1I : M .,.„;, Drain %  '':.'!' l ^ l '.r ::?: V""!Av ,^ u *k You an required to file M>ui ... awer ... |ilalntlff's i omplaim Il aforesaid Court, aim i'.. ... ii intends lo register said %  • with ihe Clerk of the Circuit "...i. i ...' i ..ni, i '..u it). i lorida KM iRENi "!•: SPlRl. 100 I' n i .id certificate, shall ... re MARUARBT LEVINUTflN, %  '.ni % %  law, ihe prop%  • %  hi •• .i will he old ... hlddei il % %  ,. %  • | I,.-, vi.... „ ,|„. hi. li .ih. i v igu.t, lt>2 II .: M v \ ...v. i londa M LEEPER, I •• put) i 'Ierk • 1M SI '• l NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED darter 20722 Acts of 1941 „ File AA-20812 HEREBY UIVBN that hoidi r of Count) Tax '".' .... numbei ed i -'-' and %  % %  'I" 2nd d) ..f June, A O led %  in m, office, and i tax deed i" ri ".. Said i ertlflcate. hi lollow log il.s, i ih. .1 prop''" '' .in • ". i '..,i. state ..t in i. '•l l> 108 Hlaleah 17.h Vddn %  Pagi i, in thi Count) %  %  < %  Slate of Florida/ a. in '" %  i llfli ati No 1322 %  ni "i sai.i pi opei iv un' "aid ei lificate Issm d ... In Jo. K Nyce i %  .a vv l "... |.'| „f \ |,.. pi N'vv, ,,f N\\I, ,,f piKVi s 's.. i|„ n _.;,. Township 34 Rangi i" East, containing ",'•" %  more ..i les. In the Coun%  • ... hlorlda a • m '' Cei Hfi, ,i. x,, 3909 .III id ... ,.| |u ,,|„ rl > un III i Hi i. in -. was ..' • VV IH* A M, ,;.,!,. g %  % %  < llfli ati shall hi ,. law, tin 1 • 'l h< rein will i i .ui ; llousi Mond I in Ihe • hi 1882, IN hli h Iil. lli'tohei • i. da) of \u -i -.. %  "'%  KM AN Cli ii %  I >> i lorld i l-v It \| LEEPER, Deput) Clerk 24-31,t 7 :1 .. n.I.ml NOTICE OF SUIT iKRTRUDEPALMER I2u Easl 'it.h Ktri Ni W York I 'its Ni V ". i. .1 VKi .1.1 %  CAN I'l HI i St reel Savannal ilem \l vi;.: VRET LEVINUTON ." So .' h Shori I .v. Mia ."i B .la v i 'i \I:I: II KREKY Ni • i'l FI El i thai ., anil ha. .'.• %  II bi u ui hi agalnsi > mi ... KDITH CANTOR, Plaintiff, ." %  ..un. i Title t.. that certain properts SAVINUS BANK, in,.r. i.ai II. ul.i. Iv described as |>| a |, Commencing at the Intersection iff v Ihe South side ... H*asl Mowrs Street K VI:I. STANLEY BROWN and .iinl the Easl -ii. ..i South Kronie SONYA K ItRoWN his wlfi Avenue, Homestead. Dade County, and Hl'HBARD LAWS, and MIU Florida, as ih Inl ... beginning, Hl'BBARD LAWS, his wife, in m. i-oumj .nine.in nail.Coun.'|.., k ... Hi.nforeaa ri C.ini ,.,, Mi.ru ty, .,.,.1 file th, same In Iheir office, serve a... ,1 ,.f liaVnUfr. ,KM>RENCB SP1RO 100 I" "he Count} Courthouse ,„i. .,,„.,„.., MARTlT FINE 14th VI.H.J K ,-'' Mamb.r. Uopman n.o:. n ,i : : ;: : ...;' %  %  ;;!•: \FJSX2 m K 2&S!2 ... h irn .1 SIMON STEER SIDNK1 I'l Rl INN N, A....I m > I'll s. curitv Trust Buililing Miami !. Fin • 21 11.9 7 '. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 9054 THE WILLIAMSBPRUH In.t v.-ii Dated v i ..;_' E li i.i: VTHKKMA N, I ... hi i 'ircult B) HELKN KKSS1.KR I lepul) Clerk MARTIN I INK AII. .i-i % %  \ for Plaintiff i ni. Flooi |..i.l. Federal Bldg. Miami 32, Mod I.I s :'i 31. S 7-11 1-31,9 II thence South along the .aid Ea.1 iin, ,.f South Kromi Avenue a dli.u t IIN, fi. iii, in ai right angle Ea.l a distance ... 67.62 f,-,-t. thence Northeasterl) along Ihe vv... Right-of-way Iin, of the main tract I.I .li. Florida Easl .'...isi Rnllwa) a distance of I_"•:' ft. t.. iHiinl mi Ihe South side of Easl Mown Street; thenci Weal along the sal.I South side of Kasl Mowr) %  l .• distance ..f 118.30 f. ... ihe point of beginning of the land h. i. inal.t.v,describi d, Above lying on are i • .. .. ndai Is NOTICE OF SUIT In K VKI. STANLEY BROWN and SONYA K BROWN, hi. wife 100 Weel Linda Vlata Klv.l Roswell, New Mexico You are hereby notified thai the abnvi aptloned action has been In NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No 62C 8995 MAIER BATSMAN Plaintiff, NOTICE UNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW Ni (TICK IS III REBY UIVKN that rid, slgni d, il, sii Ins ... engage .. I, islm ss indi i ih. I .in lout nan.. ,.f C.A.I. II Tl: V Ni ..-' \\| ANTES I IE I.A I.IBERTAD) al P.O Box J301 in the i'i,.. Ida, mi, n,i. lo r, said n.ime wliI. ih, i '!• %  k ... Ihi circuit 'ourl of I lade nt) iIn Dated ... Miami, Florida, thi. loth da) of August, i!..;i' Hi:. Ton DE LARA LESTER ROOERS Attorne) for Vpplii a ni .'i'l N W 14th Stn et Miami. Ilorida s 24-31, 9 7-M MILDRED TELLY BATSMAN, I i.frli.laiil TO MILDRED TELLY BATSMAN No 7 Cottage I..111. I'ppei Saddle River, New Jerses You. MILDRED TELLV BATSMAN, l\ RE Estate of .1. herebs notified that a Kill ... BALDOMERO LACRTZ I ... .IS. ,| IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 56611-A stltuted against >,u in ihe Clrctiil Complaint f.r Dlvnrci has been filed Courl "i Ihe ELEVENTH Judicial against you, and you are required In Circuit of Florida In and for DADK serve a cops nl your Vnewer or PleadCount) to foreclose a mortgage upon ."v ." thi Bill nl Complaint ..n the the following described real propertv Plaintiff's attorney, ANOELO A \u Block :'.. CORA I. WAY ii' Aln.lev Building, Miami II PlorNOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors ami \.i Persona Having claims or 11, in.,.i.i. Against SaM Estate You ... heri h) notified and requli PLAZA, i rding to the plat [hereIda and .'.I, the original v. .-,... .. ,i .,, present am claims and de"f, '" led ... Plat l k %  n Pleading in the office ...' ihe Clerk ma nds which you'may have against Page 67, ni the Public Record, nl nl I hi Circuit Court on oi befori the Ihe estate .•.' RALDOMKRO LACR! /. Dadi County, Florida 24th da) nf September, .'".:' n you deceased lati ol Had.Count) KlorYou a., required to file your anfall to do .... juilgmenl b) defaull Ida, to the Countv Judge. ,.f Dudi swer in pi. complaint with "In will lie taken agalnsi ion foi .hi reCount) and fill ih. same In duull("cniplalnl wltti the i Ierk ... ihi Pn PS thereof i ph I ffs plalnl Florida In Iheir office* In "l rrv, aiiornev MARTIN FINE, lllh I Thlsnoi b, published Countv Coui'h. "se In Da^Coun" '"l "" %  "" l' l nl Florida eacl ... ,„n, we. x ,' n.lar "'" '"'i than Sip I em hi I THE .IKWISH FI.ORIIHAN month, from Ihi time ..f Ihe lu.i ALBERT I. WKIN'TRAI II and v JAY i "RISTl >!.. 219 Si cm Its I •. I: illdini vi ] i |oi ...a not Inter %  in defaull of u In. h said Co. u ill be taken ai .sed t.. DATED .1 Miami I •.i -1. hlorlda, this -'I-. das ol Vugu.t, 1962 ''I I.BA rilKRM v\ ci, : I, ... the i ircult i'"... i (seal) v wv \v. 1/34-31, 8 7-.i i 'i. Confi -•"• %  • %  • I %  %  \ K II i.i' vi'ii i'U\i v \ B) HELEN KKSSI.ER Ierk IN FINE %  M • 14-31, t 7-14' DONE VXD ORDERED al Miami publlcul I • i. thi. 17.1. da) ... Vui v |. I.. !.., .'. in. sami will K It I.EATIIERM t N i 'ourl .Dade I ... idn B) .' P 'i 'i-i:.. v \ i' I leput) i 'Ierk VNUKLO V A I.I i ... All 1/14-31, I I... vi n Florid i, li is. ; .iii la) ol VIIRU.I l.D s v vi i sn v vv C.T.A First pul a* thi. .:. %  on n| VugUst 191 I'alli.l, Sllve Pa .-. -• leys for v.. i stral C.T.A. 3 7 K.s. .,> ne Bld| I I la 8 34-31, 9 7-14



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Friday. August 24. 1962 lmi*t Flrr idi-tr Page 7-A REMINISCES ON EXCITING TRIP TO ISRAEL SEVERAL YEARS AGO New U. of M. President Views Miami's Future By ISABEL GROVE Staff Writer "] bi liei i thai the Unit ersity of :... a n':i lezyous with Dr Hi nrj Kii ; StanI new presidcnl ol the unitat and I h a e no r I • i %  •' ai % %  on I 1 "' ir %  %  %  ( I of that h %  mi %  ol Bii ninuhuni S .i' for i I i i • Miami Dr la add.' ir u %  ity to pla) if it continui tanci ei mmunilj What I '. 'the pract'cal town and the nit;.. i" : can make ci mi n ca se for the lasting benefit < .; country." Wic'sly known as a prominent rc'ycafor and forceful speaker, '-t president, in his UM office here since July 1, painted out •iat *he university is a great rivic asset to the community. "The cui'jrjl, intellectual and rr.oral atmosphere it creates, r-akes the community a better f.'aee tc live in. A vigorous university becomes a creative force ft ideas. Standards Rising "On its side, the community can b> ( b> understanding and apprei ting that the university is i n arkel place of ideas a probing, searching forum of free inquiry." II icntinued. Although Officially in office as head of the university a scant i nth and a half. Dr. Stanford 1 "ils "ample identification of the ( reater Miami Jewish community with the university There are (Our Jewish trustees, a significant i it presentation of Jews on the faculty, and no quota for Jewish BtUdents which cheers rny soul." he says. den 11. Dayan's comments and reflected everj aspect of th younj • tj. impressed me i rol hi nuts "So fervent is the patriotism of the new citizenry and so magnificent the 'halutiiut,' the pioneering spirit, that it was apparent everywhere I visited: in the Hadassah Medical Center, at the office of the Histadrut, on the Kibbutzim an: 1 the Moshavim, at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem in the mayor's office in Haifa, and in the desert town of Beersheba." Israel as Mixmaster Dr Stanfor amazed at the amalgamation of immigrants inti the new society." Having accepted thousands of people from such ;:',(i\ diverse cultures as Y mer Morocco. Iraq, (Vest) -: rn Europe, the Soviet L'nion and the Unit ed States he ci mments, "if America vas th< mell ing pot of the 19th is the mixmaster : lh 20th The new presidi I ol the Uni, i i git) ol Miami is a native of Want; n d I as di fees from ;> University the University ji !>, nd New Vork Univer* sitj. He has beet m< mb< >" of nt> i I Emory University, v w Yi rk University, and the ly of Denver As an aditl the Board of Rents ol I • System of Dr Stanford held the i ;t. oi • 'i %  %  ol Georgia n legi pi i -. lenl ol hi Won n I lie: • %  ol Georgia, %  nl chancellor of the University System of Georgia, as as p si enl i: Birminghamhern Colli Dr Stanford is married to the former Laurie Ruth King, ol Atiai '.. rhe> have a daughter i, iodi I h ree sons Henry, Lowrj and P< yl DR. HENRY KING STANFORD Israel's raison d'etre Mav* matt luilncis Meetlna. Banquet, or • pedal Occasion the Agency for International Development. During the spring of lfi.W. ho visited schools and universities in Leningrad. Moscow and Kiev Most recently, he visited the Arab conn tries and Israel, traveling with the American Christian Palestine Committee Visit to Israel "l was profoundly impressed by the vigorous, confident attitude of the Israelis as they construct a modern societ} on land which advancing technology has passed by for so long The zeal and dedication reflected in every aspect of the young society cannot be ignored." he reflects. He recalls clearly several statements made at the time of his visit by Gen Moshe Dayan. now Israeli Minister of Agriculture "Israel was estahlished as a homeland for any Jew." he answered, when questioned as to how many citizens the economy of Israel could accommodate "And we will take every Jew who wants to come to the country." Dayan continued, describing in one brief statement whrt Dr. Stanford considered to be "the raison d'etre" of the modern Stale ol Israel. "The zeal and dedication evi You'll find complete facilities fo xoctly olf your needs in theKismt, Aloddin, Scheherozod* ond Ituboiyat Rooms, bo If tor m wedding or a private porfy ft. Dr Stanford doesn't consider the term "Cardboard College" de.. T r* LI %  ** ..risiv. when applied to the univerTOUth I CM UOV MOMS TOT 52,000 I > since "it simply points up an economic problem—the university v.. s pi or." But he is not quite SO tolerant of tht "Country Club" tag "That." he concedes "is definitely derisive, it i it implies a less than serious •.< ach to studies But the uni• Fit) is fa-t living down this %  titation, and some day it will be i mated altogether." !n addition to his residence as a graduate student at the University of Heidelberg in Germany, Dr. Stanford has traveled Widely in fore'gn countries. For thaj year 1956-57, he was direcicr cf a technical assistance proc^am to the University of Ankara, Turkey, and to the Turkish Ministry of Education, soonsori: by New York University and Some 1.000 teen-agers in the Greater Miami area will descend on communities from Hollywood 'o Homestead on Monday, collecting funds f< r Variety Children's hospital The youngsters, members of B'nai B'rith Youth Organization affiliates here, have dedicated their Tag Day to Variety with their the me chosen as "We Care." The teen age B'nai B'rith members hope that their Tag Day proceeds will assist in the construction ol the new psychiatric wing for out patients to he opened at Variety Children's Hospital in Octtober The event is under the overall sponst rship ol the South Florida Council ol BBYO, whose president is Fred Cam nor. a graduate of Coral Cables High School and a member of Hillel AZA. Chairman Of the Aug. 27 Tag Day are Bill Flfenbein, of Palmetto High and member of Zion AZA. and Linda Baum. of Norland High a member of B'nai B'rith Girls This will be the teen-ager's seventh annual Tag Day. Goal is $2,000. Club Hears Speaker Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Luncheon Club met Tuesday noon at the Lincoln Lane restaurant Guest speaker was Dr. Hyman Rosenkrantz. Dr Abraham Wolfson reported on current events Gershon Miller is chairman of (he luncheon series. L: For Elegant Functions —— JM— —JEW' Complete Catering Facilities lor that Special Party served In superb tathlon within a luxurious setting that will reflect you' good taste. CONFIRMATIONS • RECEPTIONS • WEDDINGS BANQUETS • MEETINGS • PARTIES A Tata-a-tata or a gala celebration with 3.500 guests. Supervised Kosner Catering Available EAUVILLE RING. Eiecutive Food Director PHONE: UN 5ON THI OCEAN AT ytH STRUT. 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v, August 24, 1962 kn Ut Flririctirir Page 3-A Beach Matriarch Adds to Her Years With Purchase of $100 Israel Bond A tribute to the memory of 50.000 Greek Jews who died at the hands of the Nazis has been made by Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president of the World Jewish Congress, in a message en the unveiling of a monument erected by the Jewish community of Salonica in honor of Greek Jewish martyrs. Dr. Goldmann said "the Jewish people will never forget the Greek Jewish victims of the Nazi tragedy." The massive stone monument, surmounted by a modernistic menorah, was unveiled in the Jewish cemetery in Salonica in the presence of •epresentatives of Greek authorities, delegates from major Jewish bodies, and Jews from all the Greek communities. New York Police Renew Effort to Enforce Sunday Law YORK — (JTA) — A rethe New York city police enf< rce the city's hich hit hardc-t at such •• rpris< ..> delicati ssen ::.'..c\ oked sharp •:;week from leaders of %  zations i rackd< ivn 1 1 (tan S n canvassed residential %  .. somi foods wl %  DOG RACtNe EVERY NiGkT •UHOAV Q'UI NO MINORS ..' .:'.! IT only duri g certain hourduring th< Butchi iv ho wen su| posed to be i ~i i i .i atessen ston and bakeries • %  r uh can sell cooked or prepan II oi 1} betw i (n i p m and 7:30 r m were hardesl hil Saul Bernstein, administrator of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations, said the law was "so full of inconsistencies and exceptions 'hat any kind of enforcement is impossible and abS'jrr 1 .'' N'c'ing that drug stores "sell every conceivable thing without harassment" on Sundays, he asked why the police "pick on food stores." Hi v \ State s • • %  againsi th oi n Sunda; \, \ ; State %  •< ssion earlier this year ,( -mi low. xe< %  ;, ctor i I lh< Vn i rican Jew ish Conhat the renewal ol • forcemenl pi the city "archaic*' Sunday lav ai %  arentl> discrimii i : against one i> pe ol opi rator s of d si es A $100 Israel Bond sold to a Miami Beach woman is differenl from any other in existence, according to Mayshie Friedberg, oi I7fi9 Lenox ave.. and he ought to know Fricdberg is the white-haired, i crisp-looking retired electrician ', who lives here with his wife. Rose, and who is known by sight to thousands. On his own, Friedbrg travels throughout the community with literature, pledge cards, and a •ales pad for "investments in Israel." And what is Friedbcrg's commission? "The knowledge that I am doing : something and helping others do | something for the greatest miracle in the world—Israel. says Fricdberg. Without fatigue. Friedberg talks it up for the Combined Jewish Appeal, Israel Bonds, the Jewish National Fund, and other Jewish philanthropic and l-rae!i causes. lie distributes pamphlets, cards he has had printed at his own expense and a variety of other inducements for the people he approaches to bu> an Israel Bond, to sign a CJA • card, or to bi come a supporter ol JNF Also al his ov. n exp< •-< h< advertises in local newspapers, urging Greater Vliamians to "Stand //S tA st June 1-Sept. 15 Tilereth Israel Registration Tifereth Israel Congregation will have registration lor Sunday and Hebrew school from Monday through Sunday. Sept. 9. between 8 a in and 5 p.m. Complete and Dependable Title Service IAMI TITLE s. 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 PHONE IS ALWAYS ANSWERED We tan answer ycur phone in your own name. Latl than $5 per week for a full time Telephone Se;re'-^. ANSWERITE, INC. TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE Phone JEfferson 8-0721 up and be counted." and "I will give you my whole commission that is. health, happiness, contentment, and long life. On one recent occasion. Fricdberg approached Mrs Rachel Rabinowitz. of 845 Meridian ave.. who sat reading a Tillim (Psalms of David) on the patio of her apart roent house The ancient matriarch, in a "babooshka." stopped Friedberg to inform him that =he ha.i seen him on a number of occasions during his charitable rounds. "Son."' she said. "1 see that you're giving away i thing 1 want.'' Whereupon. Mr.-. Rabinowitz told Friedberg that, over a period of many years, she had been saving, dollar-to-dollar, for the purchase of "tachricbun" (Orthodox ritual shroud i when she passed away. "But I $ee that Israel can give me long life," she said. "So I'll just let the Angel of Death wait another ten years—or as long as it takes me to save up for the cost of new tachrichim." "She must hav< been saving a long time.'' Friedberg declared "because she took me into her Iment, and painfully counted out the money for the SlOO Israel Bond—singli lollar bills and even Si bills, which certainly are rare thest day s." Added Friedberg proudly: "I've : $1,000 Israel Bonds on many occasions. But no sale and no purchaser thrilled me so much as this Legion Gets Hate Literature Continued from Page 1-A stated, "are not only foreign to everything the American Legion stands for. but are intended to stir c trife in a typical, underhanded. Communist-inspired way. We must weed out these snakes who are using Legion lists for subversive and illegal purposes ." "The Legion." continued the veterans' newspaper, "does not tolerate religious and racial prejudice in any form Bigotry is inimical to the American way of life which I In Legion is ple.lged to defend." Rockwell Seeks New Charter RICHMOND (JTA) -The Virginia Slate Corporation Commission ordered a hearing on Sept. 4 on the charter application of George Rockwell. self-styled American Nazi and leader of the American Nazi Party Rockwell applied for ; charter for "A.N.P Inc." after the Virginia General Assembly approved a measure banning use of the name American Nazi Party. Dade Federal Savings has 5 convenient offices to serve Dade County Q ALLAPATTAH BRANCH 1400 N.W. 36th ST. o SEE US FOR LOW COST HOME FINANCING To Buy, Sell, Build Refinance or for Home Improvements TAMIAMI BRANCH 1901 S.W. 8th ST. : i I i m fei EDISON CENTER BRANCH 5800 N.W. 7th AVE. • MAIN OFFICE 101 E.FLAGLER STREET HpjKo £2 LT III^HSMS^ VjK^YS <5 Tyw ( %  4 NORTH MIAMI BRANCH .,12370 N.W. 7th AVE. One of the Nation's Oldest and Largest" E)ade Federal 1


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Page 4-A hjmlstifk>rldiar "SI -J1 -Jewish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 FF.ED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv. Israel RAY U. BINDER Correspondent Twin Links of Survival In his welcoming remarks to the world ccnference on Jewish education, Prime Minister Ben-Gurion again dwelt on what is for him the sharp distinction between Israeli and diaspora Jewry. He accomplished this by a seemingly ccsual definition of his use of the term, "Zionist" which, he said, referred specifically to one who lives in Zion. But there was nothing casual about the definition, the term, or the reference. Mr. Ben-Gurion is too complex c man for such accidents. While, at other times, he has been subjected to a good deal of criticism for his apparently provocative point of view with respect to Zionism and Jews who fail to make Israel their permanent home, on the occasion of the education conference the Prime Minister seemed justified. As he sees it, Jewish education today has a more cogent purpose than ever before in our history. Previously, the transmitting of Jewish tradition, culture, and religion from cne generation to the next meant the survival of Jewry at large. Today, it means this— and more. Today, it means not alone the assurance of our continuity as a people, no matter to which homeland the individual Jew may owe allegiance; it also guarantees the strengthening of the vital link between Jews inside and outside of Israel. What, in effect, Mr. BenGurion told the conference was that economic ties between the two Jewries apart, ties whose importance no one realistically downgrades, the single and central relationship justifying the existence of each, and assuring the perpetuation of both, is our common identification with the ancient Jewish past. Only through Jewish education is this possible. And to such high purposes, the Prime Minister keyed his remarks as a suggestion for the conference's ultimate consideration. Second-Class Tostage Paid at Miami. Florida. The Jewi.h Floridian h,. absorbed •*£ ^.gV.p'hl. the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Je^ 8h T w < 0 Newt Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worio Service. National Editorial Aim Ame nca n As English-Jewish Newspapers, and the Flonoa r" The Jewish Floridian does not niarai %  :h of •!. %  erchandl !" i PARENTAL RESPONSIBILITY Israel's Prime Minister believes that in Jewish education alone can Jews outside of Israel assure their continuing existence. He also believes that this assurance is vital to the success of Israel's tomorrow. For, anguished though he may be about the diaspora's weak immigration to Zion, Mr. Ben-Gurion is realistic enough to recognize that Israel's survival depends in large measure upon vigorous support of his country from Jews abroad. Hence, in his view, the twin links in the ultimate guarantee of the world Jewish continuum. And all of which brings us to this point: September is at hand, and school bells will shortly be ringing. Have you registered your children in a religious school of your choosing? All other considerations apart, the question the Israel Prime Minister raised, and which the conference considered in detail, is of little significance without the tangible acceptance of the individual parental responsibility to transmit our ancient and glorious heritage down through the generations. I % %  •:! i i % % % %  ; • %  ,-.„-,,,.,,.: Possible Bonn Decision An extremely vital question making no headlines these days is the current West German consideration to extend the S866,000,000 reparations agreement which comes to an end shortly. The differences are these: There would be ~ single bulk payment, which the Jews must accept as final settlement for the systematic during the week ... as i see it by LEO MINDLIN SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Uocal Area ... „, One Year $500 Three V.an I COO Out of Town Upon Request Volume 35 l ft Number 34 Friday, August 24, 1962 24 Ab 5722 RACE RIOTS IN BRITAIN plunder of the Nazi Third Reich; the funds, unlike those deriving from the reparations agreement, would not be tagged specifically for Israel; the West German Government would create no machinery for the business of payment, leaving it to Jewish organizations to decide among themselves who should be responsible for accepting the lump sum and how to dispense with it. In the event such a decision is reached in Bonn, this will obviously create immense problems for world Jewry, hardly the least of which stems from the fact that Jews are not a nation but individual citizens of a variety of nations. Who could speak for all? Who could accept the lump payment, and in the name of whom? When Israel was the beneficiary, these guestions seemed of little importance, for ultimately two autonomous governments dealt with one another in the fulfillment of the terms of the reparations agreement. Certainly, more light should be shed on this issue before it becomes a reality—one which, obviously, can not be handled summarily. The Nub of the Question Britain's stern reaction to the hooligans who call themselves neo-Nazis and neo-Fascists is one that merits careful U.S. consideration. We addressed ourselves to this considerahon last week in some casual comment on he differences between the American handling of George Lincoln Rockwell and that of our British cousins. The sentencing of two Nazi leaders in London several days ago is a case in point which demonstrates the validity of our posi! on. We in the U.S. tolerate a" good deal of nonsense from Rockwell and his ilk in the name of free speech and a variety of othe constitutional provisions that guarantee The rights of the ind.vidual in a democrat society Wi ,0 ?' L haV f ,he Bri,ish tolerated Colin Jordan and his band for the snm* ,!„ But. in sentencing Jordan and h,sdepu TfZ Tyndall, to jail the other day. the p residZ judge put it all in a nutshellSometimes onl can go too far in the matter of se !" naTat enemies have every opportunity^ destroy *£ Friday, August 24, 1962 AT A FRIEND'S home the ** other night, we dined with Santiago Gajardo. H.is the Alcalde of Antofagasta. Chile The Mayor is only 29 years old. He is-, of course, youth fullooking and hands) me. He was winding up an official tour of a number of large American cities at the invita| j lion of the L'.S. Go\ rnn enl and expected to return to ,\ntofagasta the nexl da> li his halting English, assisted b> si % %  Department interpret! with him, the Mayor spoke tl .: ..i. : to thi severe poverty ol his cons .,,.%  self as a loader of the Christian D< eratic Partj Vnt ta. I detected a slight chip on his she y found out why. Our friends live ur i ous v whose glass-walled living room and li > canal, on which is docked their boat M aj imed we were all wealthy Rei li,. s igi y when he discovered that everyone pn inch member <>f the Democratic l'.,r. his brow wrinkled with incomprehension at the joint confessi Alcalde becami even more disbelieving when I suggested that n Americans, far more opulent financially than our hosts, open I) tilled as Democrats And when I added that the Republican on the other hand counted among its adherents an equal!) signil number ol upsl i lizens ho could in no way sit down al i same poki th thi Rockefellers or tin Romneys, th< \. threw up his hands in .;.-. isi VAST SOCIAL MPKOVtMtm PROGRAM THERE APPEARED LITTLE point and less statesmanship in prospect of i im a lecture on the inspiring compli Kitu American socia actioi hough, by the end of th< evening entertained hig that he was well able to understand what had at first seemed incomprehensible to him. (An active parallel discussion of the Presidencies ol Roosevelt and Kennedy, each a multimillionaire, and both Democrats, helped launch him in the i direction.) Instead. I tried to draw nut the Alcalde on matters in his nun Municipalidad Antogafasta. Thipicsin Antofagasta, he said, has given him no support. Owned by ilu American Guggenheim family. Sr. Gajardo said that this ultra-rightist publication could find little or nothing kind to saj about him. If for no other reason, he found it all the more surprising because he suspected that the Guggenheim* are Jewish. Wen not all Jews liberal-minded? I told him he suffered from a terribli delusion, nevertheless using his own preconceived notion as a means of further elaborating on the earlier confusion between wealth and ideological affiliation: If the Guggenheims were Jewish and monolithicall) powerful, why should he expect them to support his somewhat left-inclined administration in Antofagasta? He conceded th< [Hunt, and turned with pride to discussing the vast social improvement program of the Government of Chile. I asked him to explain, if he could, the sudden and violent outbursts of anti-Semitism today, particularly in Argentina and Uruguay. The Alcalde confessed that he knew nothing about them. Jews in Chile he firmly announced, experience no such indignities. The State De partment interpreter a native Colombian, also denied any knowledge of anti-Semitism in South America at this time, provincially and properly saying that Colombians hold the Jews in highest regard Indeed, if there is any religious prejudice in his former homeland today, he noted with the joy typical of Catholic observers in a predominantly Catholic society, it would be directed mainly against th ••impossible" Protestants, who are forever engaging in missionary activities there. ASSISTANCl MUST RtACH THt NUDt WUHAT DID THE Chileans think of the Alianza para Progresso? The Alcalde replied that they welcomed it. not alone for its own Bake, but as a siyn of America's "reevaluation" upward of the significance of Latin friendship and the attendant •'deemphasis in our previous Europe-centered diplomacy. Would the I960'.Kennedy program be a tragic example of the too-little-too-late indictment against us in the 1940's? In short, was the Soviet Union well al of the I ,S. in Chile and other southern hemisphere lands? The Alcalde underscored the fact that he spoke as political I. of a severely impoverished area ripe for social change — and then categorical insisted that the Soviet was nowhere near being as far entrenched awe reared Decidedly, he emphasized. Alianza para i rogresso had com,, to South America in time. But he did offer this warning: We had best make sunthat Alianza assistance filters down to the_ people and doesn'l gel lost in the hands of the flrmly-entn eo. wno continue to resist the land reform prerequisites upon which the program is based. The State Department interpreter tended to corroborate thi uiV T' W m broader Urms for the '^"n na,ion s as a wholi Mien our hosl suggested thai Alianza para Progresso doesn't really reempt European consciousness in American policv-making circle-. ( "' r P s war concentration on the continent grew out of thffirmJ?.? aggression of Communism there, both men merelj front """"' US "WM-OMM on more anti-Comnium-t f AN IJOlATfO mw Of ISOLATION B U [ F C0URSE Alianza para Progresso is too late," a Jewish uuitc eer', t ,?n n ,K. m u Ul t m s Mna ,old the other night. I am not Ph no Z i -, hc ha fM fro,n hat •* ** growing atmos Se Lnl a u n h ,St m,tlsm *here. He simply seemed to have arrived al he dw M T a ,,me in nis lift -' o make a move; and move political exile""'' "*" Ume laki S 0n ,he exotic vieW of tlH T, Fr 0 n D U,T r' h '*"* f r cvcr >-thing." he announced, "the Ujf return ,o p „ wt ( ,h VWi,s,,k: 'into their bodies. They bomb synagoi addd ": ,,-.,„,,:-, tdcj, not, look good." 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Page 10-A +.ki*lfkridfan Fttdoy. August 24. 1S62 Argentine Police Free Nazi After Jewish Center Attack Continued from Pace l-A One of the alle/ied Nan attackers, n..med Barbieri, was wounded. The local polii e auth :. hi. and. ii si i I I lie nature • attack, detainei •' Fink ccm ... to probe I event ely t %  o( unirientifici I|U polic. %  % %  • complaint ol the Jewish At qroundbreaking services for the new addidouble class rooms designed for teen-agers ; cr. to the Mark Light School at Temple Beth and adult education sessions. Next scheduled Am are (left to riqht) Byron Cherkas, executive for construction is a youth lounge and sanctuvxe president. Mrs. Dave Light. Cantor ary, which will have a 450-seat capacity. Sam Cr.arles Kodner. and Stanley Maverson. religPuder is architect, and Morton Fellman is ities insisting that the local police of the Asi ious school chairman. The building, due for engineer. I\ mid-October occupancy, will include a library, the addition. aits and crafts area, music room, and two Th< act %  v-oked protest on th< part ol the Jews who witnessed the clash. The) charged thai thi police II"'." • "turned the complaii into the thai accused part) DAIA, the central with organization ol Argentine Jewry, prejudici i notified Federal police authorious intoh thai or tc i:rd rut. bj llishmenl %  %  : : lee, where crin laU are?" Mi "Accorc:-c 'c 'he Charter ard roles of t rrcr.e. t' Un;' £ i Nations can consider an Item which is iitsci ;ed on the agtnda of its sess %  ---s c. a nvrbe. :' th UN. The matter undei eussio nil on the agend?, since the rT h a s not btbrought •: I attention of the Gon.i. the organs : %  tions. Thfe'oi | in a pos'On •: question nc v or 0' any cf •ne United Nae 'he ON is r:t consider this 6 er.t ral I i • %  • %  agerr'a I ti i %  I Miller and Solomon will construct j n the suburb be ordered to ad vene Sepi %  • %  wer %  mention %  %  in the qui -• put to tfr Thi t ;it Rio • l '. Dental School Changes Discriminatory Policy Adath Yeshurun Names Cantor By LYNNE YOUNG of My Best Friends." by Benjamin R. Epstein, national director of the The field of dentistry, like other professions, requires interest,. Anti-Defamation League of B nai Study, hard work, and ability. Un-, B'rith. and Arnold Forster. its civil til April 25. 1961 another ingred-i rights director, ient was required at the dental school of Emory University in AtJar.u. Ga. To become a dentist at Emory, yea also had to be a white Christian. The Anti-Defemjrtion League, by patiently piecing story to story, found that the abnormally high i Jewish flunk-outs and repeats dents. The dental students were shocked; the Jewish students were both shocked and worried. Although students were not requested to sign the questionnaire, they were asked to fill it out in their own handwriting. immediately againsl the anti-Semitic aggressors. (Throughout the spate of antiSemitic manifestations, this summer, charges have been made that Federal police officials have been lenient in regard '" the anti-Semites. Although the government has denounced the anti-Semitic atCharles Rcstrberg. Present of tacks, it has been claimed in ArTempi, datl Ytshurun, mnounces eentina by non-Jews a> well as|'_he appointment f Cantor'Mori by Jewish leaders, that the Federal police had been infiltrated b) elements tolerant of anti-Semitism. I'nited Nations Acting Secretary>ngn -.1Berger a; car.tci %  %  the tion Cantor B< rg< i studied voice ar.d instrumi •'. in i governmenl schci • Russia, ind l; 't r vas assigi u I : ilitar Neo| i .1an ore hi-:.-. .• a first mandolin Jewish students weren't kept out vi the Emory dental school—altwo other Southern states. They were, instead, flunked out during this period at a startling rate of 64 per cent. As one student said: "Having General U Thant meanwhile told written thousands of words since newsmen in Brazil this week tha' I coming to Emorv dental, it wouldn't the establishment of a UN fact had begun in 1948, when a now | take g Sner|ock Ho i mes to maIch finding committee to inquire into P' er dental school dean was IMJOM 1 handwriting to student" the whereabouts of Nazi criminals 1" this id.rtl) ne has studied •d. It discovered that while M aDD i icatioq and aui-stionmire in So**" America cannot be conwi'h Cantci ftck.H Vigoda. lleh,.d though from 1948 to 1958 they were] per cent of the jew.sh students Thi applicat ion Mpwun ^ ^ | a ^i, ]( yw$ iUh Tl ,„. .omitted only from Georgia and| wore in scho.ast.c d.ff.cu.t.es jjjjjjrt^^lj^ ^ ^^ rf £ torthcomlng pll B 'n.i J, I Washington DC j 111. (General Ar A iraham eral davs after this, the >'!ean an breaks in Argentina and Uruguay. Wolfson. dirtctci of the Spinoza from 1948 to 1958, only 15 per cont of the Christian students had such experiences during the same period. Furthermore, it found that 1937 through 1944— which would include students graduating before the new dean's appointment—only 13 per cent of the Jewish students had failed or repeated courses. nounced bis resignation from the a>kld "whether the United Na Outdoor For un cr Thur' .JV momdental faculty, effective at the end tions intended to do anything about inc. 8 an :•< 10th •• b ( ; .ih. The Anti-Defamation League in-! of the June quarter, to become I^HB^^^^^H^^MH^M^^^M^^^^^^^^^^i^i^M What had been rumor and talk ci discrimination at Emory was obviously fact. Complaints were SO persistent that the Atlanta ofiice of the Anti-Defamation League began an investigation. What was uncovered and eventually done is rtpcrted in the recent book. "Some : vestigation also uncovered that alv j C e president of a dental instrui though Jewish students at Emory me nt manufacturing company. T I 1 J ,or lne 1948 58 P eri > > % > > > > > % I M0NE N roue. o^:;as FR 4-2710 SHIPPERS r? 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f !" n A — %  M j M #A <"W/< oman s atuj by ISABEL GROVE • i m honor ol Mit/u !;.. Elrod ... -( engagement has just been announced by her i Mr and Mrs. Bernard Elrod. of Berni's restaurant them in their home, 1720 s\\ 32n ct., Sui :.,-. aft< i itdoor buffet .-upper uill feature .. double sheet cake wi I ai i to Mitzi and Hal." and the L' 1 "! : u -in be pro the possibilitj of rain bj a huge tent The pretty ,, %  a former sweetheart of Hurricane \/.v will wear a sheath with white bodice and turquoise -k.rt joined ,-oven inserts of turquoise on while and a matching four-button Guests will include her sisters, Sheila and Carole, now %  : :.; Kossier Also parents of the future bridegroom, Mrs. Seymour Marks, his grandparents Mr and Mrs. SamStahl. and his sisters. Gloria and Barbara A December is planned. < ir, New York recently with their daughter Marilyn. Mil;nd Morns Gidney. >f No. Bay dr. were entertained by MariUance, Peter, and his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley HoltThen the future bride and her mother visited Boston I'mwhere Marilyn, who is majoring in speech therapy, will inior come September Others the Gidneys saw while in Town, local friends Frances and Murray Washerman, who • taken an apartment for the summer at the Warwick i rr. are daughters Jerri, a student at Skidmorc. and Denny. Iten 's Buffalo U, and son Steve, whose engagement to Janet •: an "ill be celebrated with a gala Sept. 2 j interested in foreign languages and stimulated by atat the Sorbonne ths summer. Roxanne I'allo! already plan ti study advanced French abroad again next year Mcan, : II return to the University oi Wisconsin, when she'll be the I> Ita /eta sorority house She's the daughter of rt F'allot Louis Baidas driving son Theodore Stanley to Boonville. upen he'll attend Kemper Military School and College their return, they'll take an extensive buying trip through the -urn states for executive gilts for their Louis Baida SpecSeems as though every resident oi the Greater Miami area has :: has just returned, or is about to embark on a vacation ewhere, someplace Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Altsehuller— • president of Beth Am—and their two pretty daughters on a week Hying tour of South America Joined by the Howard ergs :nd their attractive daughters who were completing a I nth long visit '.'! i Louis (Be-s Glassers and daughter Sunny left last week aribbean cruise other daughter. Mona Louise, visiting • ni rtr wtih classmate > Koracb will meet his Marge, who's been in Los Angeles 0 for the past several weeks, in Mexico for their • :i • Gre< • another by th exot rdi w down f< r a coupli vi weeks Noman An a first axi rid Cuei na' Me \ for Mrs. Hi : %  %  and li Mrs lane Garret' ho an no %  I me • • • • %  .. hrougl (hi country." is the waj thej d scribe it, : i ni' range i alive dishes, French food, local • '•':;• t.: i il we nderful." • :ht Sam Priedmans, ol 3051 S\V 3rd ave this summer was ti success because the) spent it with their children in • • %  and '. n ilj n unions were the order of the day for MrHannah pi nt several weeks' in her home town of Louisville, Ky. ed the wedding of niece, Marjorie Berman, to Rob%  r : Kohl The new bride i~ the daughter of Hannahs brother -istei aw Mr and Mrs Dennis Berman thi ways for Anna belle and Elaine, twin daughters and MrPaul H. Press Treasure Isle June gra uates h, Elaine, who is attending the Bar Mitzvah i • Fred Press, in Lyndbrook, L.I. will remain north pnter .New York I niversity as an education major Annabelle, tttei the 1 niversitj ol Miami school of music, will consi dj voice and piano there Id Coast visitor, 15-year-old Linda Jane Rubin, v th aunt and uncle. Bea and Mik< Mersel Has -. al the ice shows here and spent several weekends 'Pi'! she enjoys most though ihelping oul in list .-t. Will be winging back to New i :.. junior at Midwood li • • -• Gertner— he's executive director ol Mt. SH me from a three-week tour oi Europe, their first • I the hospital, J. Gerald Lewis, included th World Seattle in his globe-circling junket, which started was back European travelers home again, the Harry Gunthers Myra i Mrs. Aaroni Fair, who accompanied 144 "assorted Naouncil of Jewish Women and husbands" ur of these United States for the Howard Drusins and 1amAnd a coo) summer in Illinois now hehind Gen (Mrs. Ronit wit and offsprings Howard and Lynn, trying to revive that active F,or;da suntan at Westbrooke Country Club's cabanas entire year in Spain for Stanley and Norma Cheren and ( Isa Son ol Mrs Sylvia Papier and George Cheren. • • received a BS degree from Florida State U in June and stud) BI1 foi the next 12 months They're in the picturesque %  -> >. la-tall Defela ing in the footsteps ol her grandmother, the well-known rtist Reyna Youngerman, 5-year-old Debbie Gindy recently painting prize at the Crandon Park Children Festival ••• I i nini with her parents, th.' iormer Judith Yc-urgerman enjamifl Gindy In Hendersonville. • known Miami attorney, Kenneth Myers, back fn ••' ekj in Githam Town Gn ssinj ers for Mrs. .'; me G ppe and di of Ni rmandy Isl • eets foi Herbert and Dotty Freedmar are hit pan ts, "• and Mrs Charles Freedman, of New ifork. "drewisli Floridian Miami Florida, Friday. August 24. 1962 Section B A broken leg couldn't keep Mrs. Alan SchragAdler, Mort Zimmerman. Leonard Kalish. Sisger (second irom right) away from a "coffee" terhood president, Sanford Mandell, Maurice sponsored by Temple Judea Sisterhood. Mrs. Rose. Marvin Levin, membership vice presiLouis Easton (extreme right) is shown weldent, and sporting her week-old cast. Mrs. coming Sisterhood members to her home. Left Alan Schrccgei. to right are Mesdames Henry line. Stanley Women's League Branch Meeting board met I 1 %  of the Flon( i :: nch '' led nen's Lei gue i Ann ri( a was t be held Thursi ..> evening at tl < Isrealite Center. Dora Ste in Sis erl d as to be hi -t Mrs William Dickson, pr< -ident oi the Fl< rida t ranch, was to 1 reside Seniors Will Meet Thursday Sunshine Stati Senior Citizens for Medicare will have a special %  ting or. the Medicare program next Thursday evening. Aug. .'H>. in :h Washington Fe< eral Savings pnd Loan Assn., ;i;.3 Normandy (. %  .:t>t speaker will be Phil Sahl, president of the Four Freedoms ( i\ ic Club of tin I resl lent Madi' tl : .Shapiro i resident of the -' %  >r citizei oup. w ill discuss %  ance O m| anies." Locking ever unique table decorctions ct c Westbrooke Cc. • try Club ladies luncheon are Mrs. Frederick Korsc:.: MIB. Maurice Cohen and Mrs. Charles Gropper. Night Snack 'Bar* at Mt. Sinai Mt. sinai Hospital hoard of trustees has provided for a new nighttime snack bar tor the comfort oi Mt. Sinai visitors and for employees wh( work the night shift. Located on the hospital's second flour, across from the Medical Library, the new snack bar suggests the ingenuity oi modern techDology in the term ol the vending nacbine. At the drop of a coin, visitors and employees may purcbi -i hot and cold sandwiches, beverages, coffee, hot chocolate, : ( < cream, salads and pastries. proceeds from this new food%  i ins. fat illtj go :< the W< men's AUJ Mt. S He pital, at i c the proceeds el (he Coffee Shop, which is op< i di the day-time hours. (<|< r lium 8 p.m. tf t 30 a m nightly, the new "night-snackery" will provide a great convenience f< r hospital guests and employees during the late evening at hours. Titereth Israel Sisterhood Meeting I • • rondil %  %  i %  a! hi • served. Hadasscsh Units Plan Meetings Morton Towers group of Hadsswill hold its first meeting on aj I p m in the card room if the south building in Morton Tow' %  I r the auspices of Mrs. Rose I !;.n. program chairman. Dr. Howard M Sachar's newest book, "Aliyah," will h< reviewed. Mrs. Samuel Goldberg is presol the group I. R. Goodman group meets ev< %  : %  third Wednesday of the month ii the Washington Federal bldg., 1234 Washington ave.. Miami Beach. Mrs Hadassah Fossler is I i sident. • > -;n--a SenicS g-oup held a luncheon meetinf at the Eden Roc hotel or Mi %  di j A skit. "Lot's Acquainted." written by Mrs. I presidi nt, and nartati by Mrs T Feldman, waa games followed the but nest %  %  i |



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Page 6-B +Je*lst fkriJisr U v t a I c A tl tl I h. tfa h .T ti tl 11 g' S: Is b. o: -. EI ri lb •< .'.( Is U 1 ei le .Tf Ti UJ J^jar ky officiating. An eighth grade student at Shen andoah Junior High. Leon also attends the Center's religious school. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Perry. 1727 SW 2'Jth ave., will host the KidGOODMAM TURCHIN dush in their son's honor following services. I ... Larry Kramer Rabbi Simon April will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Larry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alan Kramer. Sat unlay morning. Aug. 25, at Beth Knieth Congregation. Larry is a student of the congregation's Hebrew school and attends Westview Junior High, where he plays trumpet in the school band. Kiddush following the ceremony, and an affair in the evening, will be held in his honor. Justin Levitov Services at Congregation Yehudah Moshe on Saturday morning, Aug 25, will include the Bar Mitzvah of Justin Levitov. with Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz officiating. Justin is an eighth grade student at North Miami Junior High, majoring in science. He has attended Popiel religious school for the past six years. Parents of the Bar Mitzvah are Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Levitov, who will host a luncheon following : services. Mrs. Levitov is imme; diate past president of the National Children's Cardiac Hospital in Miami. ... Allen Platoff The Bar Mitzvah of Allen Platoff will be observed this Saturday morning. Aug. 25. at Coral Way Jewish Center, with Rabbi Samuel April officiating. The celebrant is the son of Mr. -and Mrs. Irving Platoff. His grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Platoff, and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Brenner, of New York City, will be here for the occasion. A party at Westbrooke Country Club on Saturday evening will be held in honor of the Bar Mitzvah. Harley Mayersohn Harley Mayersohn will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning. Aug. 25, at Temple Beth Am. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard will officiate. Mr. and Mrs. Stan Mayersohn. of South Miami, will honor their : son at a reception at Westbrooke i Country Club following services. Roy Michel Jeffrey Wine Psychologist Will Address Seniors Dr. Syvil Marquit. psychologist, will conduct a dialogue-debate on The Challenge of Change" on Friday evening. Sept. 7 Tin.is the third in a Series ol Town Hall forums presented by the J People Speak, and held in the Washington Federal bldg., 1234 Washington ave. IssuediSCUSSed by the speaker will include: Are the aged isolating themselves? Should seniors share in civic responsibility? Is happiness-in-retirenient possible? Hebrew Academy Appoints Cohen Jacob Cohen was appointed chair I man of the synagogue and ritual committee of the Hebrew Academy at an executive committee meet ing held this week at the school. According to Cohen, plans are being formulated for the continuation of High Holiday services in the new Hebrew Academy. 2-too Pine Tree dr The school's spacious and beautifully-designed audi'torium contains 650 cushioned -eats and is fully airconditoned. Consecration of all holy objects to be transferred from the old i building will take place during the High Holy Day services, Louis Mer witzer, vice president of the Hebrew Academy, said The Holy Ark, which will be dedicated to the memory of the late Dora Cohen by Jacob Cohen and his family, is being designed by Morris Lapidus. architect of the new school. Agudath Israel Registration Set Registration for the tall term of the Hebrew and Sunday school ol \gudath Israel Hebrew Institute is being held daily. a.m. to 9 pm., ;1 tin' synagogue office. principal of the school, Dr, Isaac Hirsh Ever, founder and spiritual leader of the institute, announce I that new class rooms have been built, and new books, techniques .„„, progressive ideahave been added to the curriculum. In addition to studies and socials, prizes and award.will be given to outstanding students In essay contests and for good community ser\ ice Judah Heshel Ever, son oi Rabbi Ever who has jusl graduated from the Yeshiva University High School and is now a student at the University of Miami, has been engaged ssistant to the principal and will teach various classes Beth Am Plans School Opener Hebrew school at Temple Beth Am will begin on Wednesday, Sepl 5. at 3:45 pm First session ot the Sabbath school will be held on Saturday. Sept. 8. and Sunday school will start on Sept. 9. Several new teachers have been added to the school program according to Mrs Lillian Moss, principal of the religious school Friday, August 24, 19S2 — —^— flagler-Granada Registration Registration for Hebrew and Sunda) school classes at Flagler Cran.ida Jewish Center will be held this Sunday and next Sunday, Sept 2, from 10 a.m. until noon. Sainuel Hollander, who will serve Js principal Of the Sunday school ,• nounces that a complete program will be offered. Flagler Names Rabbi Rosenfeld Rabbi David Rosenfeld will serve as spiritual leader of Flagler Granada Jewish Center. 50 NV, pi. A graduate of the Rabbinical College, Yeshiva Aitz-Chayr usalem, Israel, Rabbi Rosenfeld -, rved in Salem and Burlington, N .1 and Lehighton, Pa. He was principal of the United Hebrew Schools of New Brunswick, V J., and is currently on thi ol Temple Menoran, Miami Bi-ach He is an instructor of Hebrew it the College of Jewish studies sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish F.ducation ol Miami, and has lectured before many local organizations Sisterhood Rummage Sale Sisterhood of Dade Heights Je*. ish Congregation will hold a rummage sale of clothing and house .nodon Sunday at 165th and NW 27th ave. Mayor Wolk Dead at Age 42 Chase Federal Names Officers Joseph L. Goodman has been added to the staff of Chase Federal Savings and Loan Assn. In announcing the appointment, C. L. Clements, president of the local financial organization, said that Goodman will be engaged chiefly in Chase Federal's community activities under the direction of George Valentine. Goodman is well-known for his identification with Miami Beach social organizations He is past president of the Senior Citizens of Miami Beach, a member of the Empire State Club, past president of Southgate Men's Social Club, member of American Legion, Elks, Masons, Knights of Pythias, vice president of Miami Beach Club of B'nai B'rith, and member of Temple I-rael Men's Club. Flagler Swim Party A swim party, sponsored by Flagler-Granada Sisterhood, was held at the home of Mrs. Samuel Goldstein. 6815 SW 69th ter., last week Mrs Alfred Nadler served as chairman | He also belongs to the Four FreeI doms Civic League and Senior Citij zens Voters League of Greater MiI ami, as well as financial secretary i of the Civic League of Miami Beach. Robert L. Turchin. one of the i nation's major builders, was elecIted a director of Chase Federal Savings and Loan Assn., at the [August meeting. Clements also announced. Turchin is well-known in his field, both nationally and locally In the 1962 Directory of the Architectural Forum, the company i which bears his name was listed las one of the 100 blggesl contra,! ing firms in the United States. He is vice president of the South Florida chapter ol the Assn. of General Contractors, vice presidenl Miami Builders Exchange chairman of the Dade Countj Contractor's Mediation Board, chairman of the Metropolitan Dade County Contractor's Examining Board, and past president of the i Better Business Bureau, and takes j part in many other professional and civic activities. Temple Offers Free Tuition Murray A. Shaw, president of Temple Ner Tamid. announced thi> week that Ner Tamid's religious school will continue to offer free tuition for children of members from the ages of 5 through confirmation, in both Hebrew and Sunday schools. This policy is a continuation of the program which includes, with membership, full participation in all the activities of the Temple, both social and cultural, and seats for the High Holy Day services "Since the synagogue today is the center of almost all Jewish hv%  ing," commented Mrs. Goldie Cohen, chairman of the religious school board, "it i> the duty of our Temple to offer its children a complete and wholesome Jewish education that will accomplish the aims, goals, and aspirations of their parents. Harold Wolk. Mayor ol the City of Lauderhill, Fla died Aug. 17 at the age of 42 Mi Wolk came to Florida five yearago from Jamaica. NY. at ter a successful professional career in insurance and an active participation in civic and community affairs. The World War II veteran was a Prize Author Passes Away, 40 Louis Maley. 40. of 2831 Jackson st Hollywood. Fla died Aug 18. An internationally famed novelist, his first book, "Hornfor the Devil." won the French prize for literature and will be made into a moving picture He was comptroller of the E V Moore Furniture Co and formerly chief analyst for Metro. He also served as manager of Dania Cit) and assistant manager of Hollj wood, Fla, Surviving are his wife, Shirley; his parent.-. Mr and MrSamuel Resniek a sister, MrMar) Becker; and a brother. Max Male) Sen ices were Aug 19 in Riverside Memorial Chapel. Alton rd with burial in Mt. N'ebo Cemetery. former commander of the Jewish War Veterans post in Jamaica He also served as deputy chief of staff foi the National Jewish War Veterans, Mr. Wolk's veteran activities won him special recognition in 19S6, when he was acclaimed Queen County's "Outstanding Veteran" of the year He was also active in campaigns for the mentally retarded, having organ( iied the first mentally retarded Boy Scout troop east of the Rocky Mountains. Mr Wolk became Mayor of Lauderhill In 1968. and lived \K 175th St., No Miami B-ach. lb .-a member and past president of Temple Beth Torjh n North Miami Beach. Surviving are his wife. Marjone Joj. four -on-. Jeffrey. Stephen, Scott and Robert, all of North Ml ami Beach; a brother, Jerome; ani a sister, Dorothy, both ol Nei York New Candidates Are Inducted Twenty-lour new candidates were inducted into the rank ol page at the last regular meeting of the George Gershwin Lodge. Knights "i Pythias, on Tuesdaj evening at the Masonic Hall on Alton rd and 19th St. Ritual team for the ceremonies included the following officers Harry Herman, chancellor commander; K.ed Zeiger vie. chan cellor; David Gross, prelati man Sander-, master-at-arms Milton Meyers, inner guard Leon Novick, outer guard; and William Keimer. master-ofwork MISS ANNA SLATER Isis Meridian iw Miami %  i'.-i AUK II >h. I %  %  %  UK" from New V .: k an I .%  • : |nn ''' %  Mil Ml M..111.l.i-m.m >.-: vli were \ t |, Kivrrxlde Mi h : .. %  v in rd BENJAMIN SHULMAN '"', n"hln*i : ivr Miami I i ii%  i.„. her* fmm S \; y he Odd K. lUKhtn • UMIluH.ll. MRS SARAH STRAUS • %  A %  %  .. AMERICAN-ISRAELI 0 RELIGIOUS STORE A Big Selection el Tolcsim and Machiorim and all Religious Articles needed for tne High Holy Days. 1357 Washington Ave. JE 1-7722 CANTOR I Dramatic tenor. 40 years of ag<'• yrs. Expjr. Traditional N itac* University Grad.; Juot returned from successful concert tour Or • ires position for Hiflh Ho'i3a> 2W0 N.W. 65th St. OX 1-861 NURSING CARE FOR LADY Delicious Meals Special Diets in Lovely S.W. Home of Nurse. Mrs. levinson, HI 3-8381 *^^^VWWWWW^^r>' > r>r^ Well Known ISRAELI HOSPITAL Wants Qualified FUND RAISERS. M*n or Women IN ALL CITIES OF USA Write B. D., P.O. Box 2973, Main Post Office, Miami, Fla. 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Fnday. August 24, 1962 +J**M n^rHktr Page SB R ABBI and Mrs. Morris A. Skop were hosts at their home SatI i) night fur a Temple Beth ,ii membership social Mrs. -•'-. %  %  > chose a white cotton with iffled front and impressed ited skirl in which to greet %  quests. i irighl orange linen sheath worn by Mrs. Howard LessScooped neck and sleeve ... ;i featured the dropped >tline. Matching colored bag shoes were her accessories. Louis Greene chose a blue v •• n satin sheath with white file embroidery on the front bodice and banded near hem. A two-piece white -ilk mble was worn b) Mrs HerGottlieb. Her sheath -kirt topped with a casual fitting mse printed with lavendar ac into an oversize mepattern Stanlej Rosenberg selectirquoise-colored cotton chifvith a fitted bodice, narrow ilder straps, and a full skirt. \ iwder blue cotton chiffon was HUT .it Mrs. Seymour DrexHer exaggerated blouson draped softly in the back her lowered waistline. Also iring the blue-green colors iMrs Samuel Chernoff Her •er batiste was in an iced-blue >r with dainty embroidery on I her tailored collar in blue and -"••••II. Her bodice featured vertical rows of air-tucked pleats. r^J [THE sleeveless white arnel I shift that can be so easily laccessorited was worn by Mrs. I.' iseph Herkan. Her color ac< %  ••;• was a turquoise necklace. A %  charcoal and white King ham | check was the choice of Mrs. Walla.••• Mandril Her patio dress [had narrow rolled shoulder straps, and charcoal appliqued --!'on her full skirt. Mrs. i irles Sokol's dress had a twoce effect created with a muted fuchsia and white checked top i i fuchsia sheath skirt Her wile cowled neckline had a flat %  %  i:i the front. Mrs Harold Lang wore a ma genta-colored silk crepe sheath Its classic lines followed the high round.•(! nek, fitted bodice. slight cap sleeve, and a touch of controlled fullness over the hips. A triple strand of white coral beads and matching earrings complemented the lines of her dress A green and white foliage print was the choice of Mrs Ralph Raphael, while Mrs. Harold Kanter chose the classic black. Another who chose black was Mrs Harvey I.ozman. in a sleeveless crepe with an illusion neckline. Blue and green blended into a floral print on silk was worn byMrs. Kohert l.ewison. Iridescent sequins detailed the print on the bodice: while the back of Ihe skirt featured a narrow pannier from the waist to the hem. Mis David Markenson chose a blush pink moygashel linen with a sheath skirt and blouson bodice. Her modified bateau neckline was banded in self-fabric, as was her contour belt. lul R S .lames Myers wore a col,w§ orful cotton print of red and white with an abstract sunflower print A white cotton sheath with vertical inserts of white Val lace from neckline to hemline was the choice of Mrs. Jack Gottlieb Powder blue cotton with a scooped neckline and full skirt \va worn by Mrs. Sadye Solomon. Her skirt featured blue silk em broidered flowers in an all-over print Black silk organza over a black silk sheath was worn by Mrs. Leon Roth. Her full skirt was open from the waist down, creating a sheer coat effect. White eyelette was the fabric in her peter pan collar. President of the Sisterhood. Mrs. Jack Somberg. chose white for the social Her white silk linen sheath had a modified bateau neckline in front and dipped low in the back. A white illusion insert at the neckline was appliqued with white chantilly lace, which had multi-colored floral insertin the lace. hasans Continue heir Studies %  former Susan Ellen irtztnan and Alan David Chas; %  niarrie.l on Apr. 23. Parents of the newlyweds are ind Mrs Louis Schwartzman. I"'' SW 19th ave., and Mr and Arthur M C'hasan, of Coral il "•''I' attend the University of f • ; i.i. and the young couple will • in Gainesville while they coni' ie their studies. Hadassah Study Group Miami Beach chapter of Hadassah study group will meet at noon on Saturday. Miss Lillian Goodman, chapter president, will be hostess in her Morton Towers apart iiieiu. 1500 Bay rd MrSanford Jacobson is discussion leader. 'esidenf fo be Honored Mrs Flora Sinick. new president 1 'hai chapter of B'nai B'rith f n, will be honored at a mem r bring-a-member party Tuesday 'ning at the Deauville hotel. Buys Bank Control Will.am .'. WetSSel, of Miami, heads a group of Dade county financiers and businessmen which this week purchased control of the Bank Ol Miami Beach. The group includes Dr Kurt Peiser, former vice president of the University of Pennsylvania, Weissel is a native of Coral Cables and a graduate of the University Of Miami law school. He is a member of the firm of Harrison. Kobinson. and Weissel. NOW vr 4 To %  •*• y • %  *• • w*yW •• paired or rolinod — while WW • rice* pwit. We • •• •"• eUonlna, •'• l "t. iy.mt • %  >•) H —a M n we w*U b. glad t §>• Y" • ,n ••**" .mat. • ho*-* •"• hl • —— re the *"• •" HI 4-215J L..DAVID SMILIY, FURS 16(1 Corel Way, Miami He* __, Slates Graduation Nursing School MRS. ANNA BRENNER MtYIRS Holy Day Service At Beth Torah The religious committee of Beth Torah Congregation, No Miami Beach, is now distributing reserva tions for the coming High Holiday Services. The seating committee, under the chairmanship of Dave Margulies, is in the lounge every evening from 7 30 to in p.in High Holy services will be conducted by Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz, and chanted by Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum, assisted by the Holj Day choir under the direction of Mrs Miriam Donnerstag. Senior Citizens Elect Wodin Irving Wodin is the new president of the American Federation Of Senior Citizens. Other officers elected at a recent meeting include Harry A. Leventhal, treasurer; Mrs. Rose ]. Feinstein. secretary: Leventhal. chairman of the board; and Mrs. Fay Levy, vice chairman of the board. Also elected to the board were the new officers of the Coconut Grove chapter: Mrs. Florence Blakely. chairman, Morris Feinstein. vice chairman, and Bernard M. Sternick. treasurer. The achievement of the 27 nurses due to graduate from the Mt Sinai School of Nursing on Aug. 29 at Wolfson Auditorium in the hospital will be complimented by the presence of Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, who will deliver the commencement address. Distinguished by her career as an attorney. Mrs. Meyers is also well-known as a civic leader. She was one of the organizers of the Mt Sinai Hospital Women's Auxiliary, and has served as vice president and as a member of the advisory committee of the School of Nursing Mrs Meyers was chairman of the board of trustees of the Miami Beach Public Library board and Miami Beach Art Center and continues to serve on the board. She is a member of the Dade County Board of Public Instruction, a position which she has held since November. 1953. A member of the Greater Maimi Jewish Federation since its inceptJudea Scouts Win Top Awards Boj Scout Troop 64. sponsored byTemple Judea. returned from a week of scouting at the South Florida Council camp at Sebring with 72 merit badges. 19 advancements, and four special individual awards. The group of boys. 11 to 14 years ol age, also won the camp talent contest in competition with other scouts from South Florida. Senior troop leaders. Myles Abbott, Mike Rose and Bill Katz. were awarded the kerchief of the Silver Mocassin, the first to be given in the annals of scouting. Other members of the recordsetting troop are Barry Abbott. Harry Kane, John Kemeny. Leonard Goldin, Larry Lottcrman, Allan Greenberg, Peter Ferber, Jeff Werner. Ricky Schwartz and Ronnie Hagen. ion. she has also served as 89 if ficer and trustee, and is a leader in Hadassah, Bonds for Israel, i I the Home for the Aged. Mrs. Meyers has been the recipient of many awards, including the "Women of Achievement." the Dai* County Outstanding Citizen i Award, and the Brotherhood Award sponsored by the National Conference of Christians and Jews. Mt. Sinai Hospital School of Pri % %  tical Nursing is celebrating its '.' year of commencement exercises. Students graduaating Aug. 29 at th.* school will be qualified as Pracl cal Registered nurses. Teachers Attend Weekend Retreat Twenty teachers who instruct the 1.000 students at Beth Am religious school journeyed to Greyhound Key last weekend for a study retreat. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard and Mrs. Harry Ross, principal of the religious school, led the program. Cantor Charles Kodner participated in the religious services, and led the teachers in group singing. Topics studied were "What is it to be a Jew" and "The Techniques of Educating Jewishness." The curriculum of the school and specific problems in each grade were also discussed. School will open for the fall season on Saturday. Sept. 8, and Sunday. Sept. 9. Beth Am Bowling Leagues Beth Am will sponsor separate Men's and Women's Bowling : Leagues to start at the University | Lanes on Tuesday, Sept. 11. Fred Segal and Helen Greenstein are 1 chairmen. On their recent trip to Nassau, Reyna and Alex Youngerman, of Miami Beach, re! ceived a royal welcome by t h e Bahamas Development | Board. They were officially greeted and given a tour of j the island. The trip was givea [ to Mrs. Youngerman as j i first prize award for one of her paintings. Mrs. Younger! man is a noted portrait and scenic artist. A-1 EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 9-401 s\ *.. ... ...but FOR KEEPS! Now your family can hava a lifetime hold on their home with Livinff Insurance by Eouitable. \i Equitable Mortgage Repayment Living Insurance by Equitable Plan pay* off the mortgage If you die—prevents forced sale, loss of equity, rental to stranger*. 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fr-.day. August 24 1362 *• /PW Ssfr Ifl'rirHif.tr Page 11A Israel Disappointed With Common Market Eveirts JEW SALEM —fJTA) Israeli'irgest cash exp Government quarters expressed' to all, about 01 -ael'l disappointment this week over the e*Prts go to memb. rs .: the Eurodecision <>f the European Economic mar At a recent summer assembly in the Fontaine>leau hotel, members of the Greater Miami Council, Jewish National Fund, rededicated themselves to the successful completion of Me Arr.i. twin city of Miami, now going up in Israel. At the head table are (left to right) Israel Nanes; Mrs. Kogan. mother of Dr. Zev W. Kccan. seated next to her; Jacob Tsur. •. %  .arid chairman zl the Jewish National Fund; Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, chairman of the JNF Southeast region; Leo Mindlin, executive editor of The Jewish Floridian; Johan L. Berman. vice president of the JNF Council here; and Samuel Elman. A pilgrimage of local leaders will leave for Me Ami in Israel on Oct. 23 to dedicate the site. Stopovers will include Rome. Athens and Paris. Britain Vetoes More Hate Meetings LONDON—(JTA)—The British Government this week banned sevair meel .is planned by anti-Semitic and neo-Nazi groups • I scheduled to b t held il Trafalgar Square i British Ministry of Works, which has the jurisdiction over Square, innounced thai it lias turned down two permit appliscinded a third granted I r outdoor rallies in Tra[ |uare The applicants Sir Oswald Mosley'a British National L'nion, Colin Jordan's Nai ialist m tvement, and IA Kintaine's National ParIt Annoui. ng the bans, the Workl lNmistr> -tated: "After consult*Itun with the Home Secretary, and [taking inti account what occurred a' previous similar meetings in | eks, the Minister of I Workdecided it would not be I runt ti .rant facilities for these meetings ::i Trafalgar Square at the year when there are • be numbers of holiday nakers and other \.'.;ors in the s I )The Beard of Deputies of British Jew; immediately issued a statement welcoming the Government's action, and expressing hope that legislation to make* such bans more permanent would be adopted by Parliament, when it reconvenes in October after its summer recess. "The Ministry's decision." stated the Board, •'undoubtedly reflects the general feeling in this country regarding the activities of these organizations. The overwhelming majority of people will be relieved to know that the occasions for the kind of disturbances that took place last month have been at least temporarily removed. It is to be hoped that the Government will find a way to introduce legislation to put this matter on a more permanent footing Jordan. Mosley and John Bean. Israel Maps UN Strategy For Opening Sept. Session Continued fro/n l*age 1-A thij year, similar h* last year's unsuccessful draft, calling for direct Arab-Israeli peace negotiations. The refugee issue is slated to iace a showdown at the nxt Assembly because the mandate for the operation of the UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees is to expire oext June 30. Dispatt hes pi n the Jor prtss pre lt< te I that the an i • to be tmitted to the ext Assembly by Dr. John H. pa'-1commissioner-general of KWA. will claim that all pro %  am • l at i isorptiM of the ral> reft gees have tailed because |he refugees insist >nly on "repmlng" :,, Israel. The Arab refugee problem will M be si Ived in the "Immediate Mure." h was predicted at the j'nited Nations this week by UN feting Secretary General U Thant the annual report on UN affairs •miitec by him to the General Usemblj Reviewing the activi Ms of the United Nations Relief |nd WorkAgency—which provides pd to P.iiestine refugees—he said; "In th< interest >f international face am. security, it was import that ;:n equitable solution to problem of the Palestine ref < %  in found as jood as possible. the same time, both the historj id the i resent stat is >f the probfn bore evidence that %  solution the immediate future might not rove possible i [or some >e to come, there might well be practical alternati..' to continto national organizer for the Fountame group issued statements blaming "Jews and Communists" for the prohibition of their rallies. Bean also blamed "the an til of Mr. Jordan." Some of Britain's leading newspapers endorsed the Government's ban of planned Trafalgar Square rallies by the country's three Fascist and neo-Nazi organizations, and called for further steps to outlaw open meetings by Fascists. Nazis and anti-Semites. The Daily Herald, Guardian and Daily Telegraph, welcoming the Government's action editorially, called for further action. The present Public Order Act, passed in 1934, i$ "inadequate" to cope with the current Fascist groups, said the Herald. The law, said this newspaper, "must be reformed to make public, i racial incitement an offense." The Guardian maintained that i the doctrines advocated by the Fascist movements "are so abhorrent that many people are unable : to tolerate them in silence. We do i not have to test our belief m free speech by listening in Traialgar Square to eulogies of Hitler and 1 his genocide, any more than we i have to watch a public lynching | : to test our beliet in the sanctttj ol, | human life." The Daily Teiegraph. calling the Community's council of Ministers ai Brussels to delay action on Israel's link of the European Mar ket. The EEC'S Commission had come to the meeting of the Minister's Council with a report — drafted in colaboration with Israel — calling for Euromart Israeli arrangements by which Israel's link of Euromart would be established, without Israel becoming ;.:i associate member of the EEC. Instead of debating this report, however, the Council decided to call upon the perman;nt representatives of the six EEC members to file irdivit'ual country reports in time for next September's meeting Since Euromart's agricultural program g tes into effect August l. the Council's decision might add considerably to the handicaps facing Israeli exports to members of the EEC-France. Italy. Wesl Germany, The Netherlands. Belgium and Luxembourg. 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Box 2973 Main Post Office Miami 1, Fla. umg to provide relief services 'i Govcrninent decision to ban the refugees in need, and educational T ra f a |,. ar Square rallies "sen-; services for refugee children and sible." expressed the belief that the step "may give time for devising effective administrative safeguards which would be far bet ter than a dubious amendment of the Public order Act.'' young adults Another section of the report, dealing with the United Nations Emergency Force, told the Assembly that the situation along the borders between Israel and the Gaza Strip has been 'relatively" peaceful of late Beth Am Lists New Faculty Mrs Lillian Ross, principal of Temple Beth Am's religions school, announces the appointment of sev era! new teachers Irwin Marshall, principal of ("oral Wa\ Elementary School, will serve as department head for the 5th. 6th ana 7th grades. New staff members include Merwin Lewin. who has an MA degree in education, and has served as executive director in several congregations in the South; Jesse Blum, music director of Ponce del Leon Junior Hih; and Mrs Jean Probinsky. science teacher at Ponce de Leon Junior High. Mrs. Priscilla Perry, formerly education director of the Anti-Defamation League. Florida office, will continue to present "Living Judaism KE\T A CAR from $2.50 ptr day |1S %  •,•! k A mtlvajfr* charge ABOTT MOTORS, Inc. 1451 W. FLAGLER ST. Phone FR 3 6765 GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS INC. 2148 N.W. 10th Ae. FR 3-7180 Have your roof repairtd now; you will i.iv. on a new roof later. •'Satisfi-tory Work by Experienced Men" ou&tnr tfUAtiurv AND SfevrCf GELB MONUMENTS INC. 140 SW 57th AVE. MO 1-8583 YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET Answerite. Inc. 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Page 4-B u, tl %  1 B c. A ;h !h gt he th hi Jc th tv, ih gi S) Is; be 07. ct Bfa ra bj Ih %  r: i th Jo WOMAN OF THE WEEK Annette Mrs. Barnett) Breeskin has a certain air f quietness — a caim feeling that rub., off on the people about her. She grew up in New York City and attended Hunter College. Her father was a musician, plaved the oboe, so that it was natural for Annette to study music, too. She studied piano with Leo Berditchevsky. and was accompanist 'o the world-renowned basso, Boris C'hahapin. Later, she taught piano. Then she married Morris Goldin. When she moved to Miami Beach about fifteen years ago. she became active in the affairs of her community. She started to work in Mt. Sinai Hospital, continuing her former volun* teer activities at Beth Israel Hospital in Boston. Annette became the fourth president ol the Women's Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai Hospital She also became chairman of the personnel board of Miami Beach, and has been active in Friends of the Library. Greater Miami .Jewish Federation, and Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom. among others. She was also a founder of the Co-Opera Group, interested in the Symphony Guild and the Miami Beach Civic Orchestra, where she worked with Bob ^f ~ Breeskin. who subsequently became her husY^^^k hand ofter the loss of Morris. ;gf£ ^k JI^^ Bob's whole life revolves about music. •^ %  ^ %  ^ %  ^I^^i^i^i^a*. jj e j s a v i 0 i m j s t and conductor of the Miami ANNtTTt Beach Civic Orchestra. Since their marriage. Annette's life has changed. He travels in pursuit of his music, and Annette goes along, too. This type of life is most stimulating and colorful, she finds. The Breeskins just returned from a Conductors' Workshop in California and are on the way to another one in Virginia ginia. Annette is a most efficient person. She is an excellent cook, but takes it in her stride, saying that cooking should come naturally and should not be made a fetish. She also is a very determined person — as was proved when she served as chairman of the admissions board of the Mt. Sinai School of Practical Nursing and traveled all around the state recruiting high school students. In her own distinctive way. Annette succeeds in interesting nearly everyone in nearly everything. •* THREE TO TRAVEL Three traveling vacationers, seeing America First, wound up for dinner at the home of Dubby (Mrs. Saul) Pine in Los Angeles. A former Beachite. she was glad to get the latest news of Miami Beach from Eddie, son of Lou and Sally Loeb; Mike, son of Sylvia Weil; and Dick, son of Dr. jnd Mrs. Alexander Robbins. They went on to CalNeva Ledge in Lake Tahoe, Calif., where they got pointers from Eddie Fisher, who was appearing there. PAGE 52 -THE READERS DIGEST The accounts of the Readers Digest are no doubt in a state of confusion. Way last January, Gert (Mrs. Samuel) Ginsberg sent in a squib for "Life in These United States." Just last week, when she had forgotten all about it. came a check for one-hundred dollars. She's been carrying it around in her purse and can't bear to cash it — it looks 50 thrilling. A real live author at last. • WHO WAS PUSHING THE BABY CARRIAGE? That was Sidney Lefcourt looking like the doting grandfather he is pushing the baby buggy in all that heat along Shore Drive West. Cute as can be. the little miss in the buggy was Beth Arline. visiting her grandparents, Sidney and Sylvia, with her mother. Barbara Haiman. while her daddy, Barry, .ioeis his two-week army summer camp hitch somewhere in Georgia HISTORY LESSON FIRST HAND When Arthur Willens was at the National Institute of Health at Bethtsda, Md., his roommate for 14 months was Cmdr. I. Tanick of the Turkish Naval Academy. Instanbul. Since the Commander had never seen any part of the U.S. other than the Washington. DC. area his bus trip to Miami and his stay at the Willens home in Miami Shorts was an eye opener to him Sis (Arthur's wife) said [hat their four children were just as thrilled about hearing about life in Turkey, THE DAY BEFORE Last Saturday was as busy as could be for Rita Kaplan and Edwin Ginsburg, who were married in Beth David Synagogue on Sunday evening. After services, the immediate family and out-of-town guests went to luncheon at the home of the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg. That night was the wedding rehearsal, and a bridal party afterward at the Jardin Suisse hosted by the Ginsburgs. Members of the bridal party included Howard Owen, best man, and Richard [, Brickman. Stanley Kaplan, Perry L. Cohen and Her man Paul, ushers. Matron of honor was Mrs. Richard Brickman. sister of the bride, whose adorable daughter. Karen, had to go home after rehearsal, being just a wee bit too young for the sparkling Burgundy at the Jardin Suisse. Mrs. Jack M. Rosoff, sister of the groom, whose husband, Rabbi Jack M. Rosoff. assisted in officiating at the wedding ceremony, was also an attendant, as well as Miss Beverly Jacobson, Mrs. A. J. Furst and Miss Judy Bernstein. At the next wedding in the Leon Kaplan family. Dotty will be mother of the groom, since both daughters are now •'Mrs." Horland, Blacker Exchange Vows Marsha Hope Blacker became the bride of James Albert Horland on Saturday evening, Aug. 18. w in Rabbi Monis A Skop and camor Herman K. Gottlieb officiating, The wedding look place at tne Deauville hotel and was followed bv a reception and seated dinner I here The nowlyweds are now on a honeymoon trip to Ocho Rios. MontegO Bay. and Kingston, Jamaica. Daughter of Mr and Mrs. Ivar j. Blacker, issn So Treasure dr. the bride was attended bj her =ister Sherry Gale Blacker. Bridesmaids were Mrs Hillard Halpryn, Mrs David Rich and Mrs. Alan D Savitz. The floor-length bouffanl bridal gown was of white peau de soie and white reembroi lered alencon lace, and featured a cathedral train, The bouffant vi il was held by a white crown adorned with pearls, and ihe bride carried white orchids and streamers oi stephanotis on the bridegroom's Bible The bridegroom is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Ephraim Horland 210 So Shore dr., and the grandson ol Mrs Anna Kay. His father served as his best man Stanley Bertman, Charles Brent and Michael H Blacker were groomsmi n The new Mrs. Hor I latcd from Miami Beach High atti the Universitj oi Miami, and is now at the University of Florida. Her sororit) iAlpha Epsilon Phi. Her husband has a BB \ di gree from the University of Miami. where he was .i member ol Zeta Beta Tan fraternity He is presently attending the Universitj of Florida law school. The young couple will live in Gainesville. Friday. Augu3t 24. 19Q2 MRS. 1AMIS HORLAND Mrs Jaffe Picks Silk Organza \ | • gown ol silk organza with a train uas the choice ol Rosalie Rosenblum for her wedding to B< Jaffe on Sundaj .it Temple Za mora David si the Senoff, Other Noon Rites Unite Heilbronners Diane Sharon Harris ari g.j ward Heilbronner exchangi tial vows in a high noon cei on Sunday. Aug. 19. with R Samuel Jaffee officiating f marriage took place at the \ hotel and was followed bj ception and luncheon. The bride wore a white ; • soie gown ornamented u • appliques and ending In a tram, and carried white ros ;•;. attendants were Miss \ Rothman and Miss Jeanni Daughter of Mr and M ••• ward J. Harris, of 3173 ter. the new Mrs Heilbr a graduate of Miami High ed the University of Floi .now a student at the ; of Miami Her husband is an al South Broward Hiuh and i-ersitj ol Flori a He ii tending law school % %  thi |j ol Miami \ : -,T ,i wedding trip York Citj and Washingti the newlyweds will live al Flagler si Parents of the bridegr Mr and Mrs Harry I) S %  \ ioth ave Hollywoo 1 : it her in law. Harold .erved ,i besl man. an I nard Wolfson, H> dowsk\ and Joel Savitt. Daughter ol Mr and Mrs s Rosenblum, 2036 SW 12th bride's sister, Mrs Shirley was her matron of honor attendants were Maxine Rubin, Yvette Slotnick and [da Becker Laura Senoff was flower girl and Richard Rosenblum. ringbearer. Best man to the bridegroom was his brother-in-law, Bernard Bram. Donald Cohen. Bernard Rosenblum. Allen Leiter. Dr. Allen Staler, Claude Kichel and Roy Bram served :is ushers The new Mrs. Jaffe is a graduate of Miami Senior High and attendthe University of Miami Her husband is a graduate of American University and attends the University of Miami law school He is the son of Mrs Louis Trien. of Newark. N.J., and the late Abraham Jaffe. When the) return from their honeymoon, the young couple will live .ii 2800 SW 69th ave MRS. IDWARD HillBKONHOI Gitlin, Edelman Eye Nov. Rites Mr an I Mrs Ralph Gitlin, I992i NE 21sl ave, No Miami I' announce the ei agemeni md ap proaching marriage of their daugh ter, [-"ranees Gloria, to Bernard Edelman LIKE TO PLAY BRIDGE? ... For informofioB toncerBill9 our weekly bridge parlies that have become "the folk of Ihe town" call JE 2-6223. Delightful air-cenditioned clubroem, conveniently located Municipal off-street parking. VINIT1AH ISU BRIDGE CLUB, 1929 Bay Rd., Miami Bch. W-:nr-K ihl MRS. BIRNARD JAM Polleys Reveal Marilyn's Troth Mr and Mrs Manual M Polley, oi 7075 s\v ioth st announce the engagement ol their daughter, Marilyn .lane, to Sanford Krey Dernis. son of Mr. and Mrs Jack Dernis. 6.50 8fiih st.. Miami Beach The bride-to-be is an accounting major at the University of Miami Her fiance is a graduate Of the law school at the University of Miami, and belongs to Alpha Epsilon Pi and Phi Alpha Delta, legal fraternity He is a life member of the Miami Beach AZA, which he served as president. Luncheons in honor of the future bride will be given by her sister Mrs. Zelda Zal.s. and Miss Devera Dernis, the prospective bridegroom's sister Th. young couple will be mar neri on Sept. 8 The future bridegroom on of Mr and Mrs San: nan. 19:'i NE lHtith dr.. \ Beach The young couple will i led on No\ 17 Open .45 V&& fMMIUCttl* TODAY ijJjR.'^ : *5? e .Bs &ftue m PHSP^tfcaSe <*- :*5 esh and powerful that M already earned twenty I seven international film prizes' ROCCO::; BROTHERS Religious School Kegisfrof j 0fl Congregation Beth El. Miami is TL rc u S K enni1 St J udent8 tro 12 for Hebrew and Sunday jchool have a truly luxurious wedding • inciting fashion show Seville I W *I ,e,R wperieneed iMnigement, •'pert staff-ill to serve you for much lea Nan you could imagine. Remember%  SEVILLE affair—whether for 10 or 1000B served with the same gracious eau'f KOSHER CATERING AVAILARl E MTHW:JIM L S11



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-K-*cpr.-V ^^H ^> n A • J ft fA. by ISABEL GROVE %  • ption in honor of Mltzi< Ri i • • i has just been announced hv her par Mr and Mrs. Bernard Elrod of Berni's restaurant them in '-heir home, 1720 s\\ 32n S in la\ afti i itdoor buffet supper will feature .. double sheet cake wishppini si to Mitzi and Hal." and the 200 g n sts H be pro :, : the possibility of rain by a huge tent The pretty • fleet, a former sweetheart of Hurricane AZA, will wear a hantung sheath with white bodice and turquoise skirl joined oven inserts of turquoise on white and a matching four-button Guests will include her sisters, Sheila and Carole, now ; %  nny Kessler Also parents of the future bridegroom, Mrs. Seymour Marks, his grandparents, Mr and Mrs. Samjtahl, and his sisters. Gloria and Barbara : g is planned. A December ..-...i in New York recently wan their daughter Marilyn, Miljr.d Morris Gidney, of No. Bay dr., were entertained by Manfiance. Peter, and his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley HotfThen the future bride and her mother visited Boston I'niA'here Marilyn, who is majoring in speech therapy, will inior come September Others the Gidneys saw while in Town, local friends Frances and Murray Was-erman. who i taken an apartment for the summer at the Warwick :hem are daughters .lerri, a student at Skidmorc. and Denny. (ten Butfalo l'. and son Steve, whose engagement to Janet n will be celebrated with a gaia Sept. 2 dl} interested in foreign languages and stimulated by atat the Sorbonne ths summer, Roxanne I'allot already plan • stud} advancec: French abroad again next year Mean%  II return to the University of Wisconsin, where she'll he the l'i Ita Zeta sorority house She's the daughter of %  bert I'allot Louis Baidas driving son Theodore Stanley to Boonville, here he'll attend Ktmpcr Military School and College •heir return, they'll take an extensive buying trip through the .-urn states for executive gifts for their Louis Baida Spec ems as though every resident oi the Greater Miami area has :: has iust returned, or is about to embark on a vacation -i .].< where, someplace Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Altschuller— %  president of Beth Am—and their two pretty daughters on a ,i week flying tour of South America .Joined by the Howard bergs and their attractive daughters who were completing a i nth long visit '.'it Louis iBe-s Glassers and daughter Sunny left last week : ; Caribbean cruise Other daughter. Mona Louise, visiting • • i ::i M t.li classmates Korach will meet his Marge, who's been in Los Angeles Ski isco for the past severs weeks, in Mexico for their %  •• :i rmar. Greet anothei by th exotii bordei % %  i. %  a < ou| i f •• %  ks Noman's • • eth Am first trij I ["axco and Cuernavaci M x for Mrs. Helen ; • •. iio gisti Mrs Jam Garri an i me • %  r w< lb ou I thi country is the way they d< scribe it, r:< tverj hing, irange native dishes French food, local %  every b.t of il wi nderful." %  the Sam Friedmans, oi 3051 S\V 3rd ave., this summer was h success because they spent it with their children in • %  and family reunions were the order of the day for MrHannah spent several weeks' inner home town of Louisville, Ky. attended the wedding of niece. Marjorie Berman. to Rob• K : The new bride is the daughter of Hannah's brother sister-in-law Mr and Mrs Dennis Berman I. ways for Annabelle and Flame, twin daughterMrs Paul 11. Press Treasure Isle June gra nates h, Elaine, who is attending the Bar Mitzvah • Fred Press, in Lyndbrook, L.I. will remain north • %  i \ev y rk I niversity as an education major Annabelle, • %  •' %  University of Miami school of music, will consi dj voici ..rid piano there • '• : Coast visitor, 15-year-old Linda Jane Rubin, v th aunt ami uncle, Bea and Mike Mersel Has at the ici showhere and spent several weekends Thii es she enjoys most though is helping out in 4lst st Will b wingii g back to New e is a junior at Midwood High. cm E ith Gertner— he's executive director oi Mt. Sinai mi from a three-week tour oi Europe their tirst I the hospital, J, Gerald Lewi-, included th w Seattle in his globe circling junket, which started way back i %  her European travelers home again, the Harry Gunthers Myra (Mrs. Aaron l Fair, who accompanied 144 -assorted Naouncil of Jewish Women and husbands" • ir of these United States for the Howard Drusins and 1amAnd a cool summer in Illinois now behind Gen (Mrs. RonLevitt and offsprings Howard and Lynn, trying to revive that CtiVf Florida suntan at Westbrooke Country Club's cabanas %  nt.ri year in Spain for Stanley and Norma Cheren and Id Isa Son oi Mrs Sylvia Papier and George Cheren. •<. received a BS degree trom Florida State U in June and >tudj art (01 the next 12 months They're in the picturesque %  01 < aSUU Dele!.. < wing in thi footsteps Ol her grandmother, the wcll-knrwn artist Revna Youngerman, 5-year-old Debbie Cindy recently •' %  < painting prize at the Crandon Park Children's Festival nine wah her parents, the lormer Judith You.-girman becjan • Gindy in Hendersonville. known Miami attorney. Kenneth Myers, back from weeks in Gotham Town • %  vacation at Grossingers for Mrs. James G and < : Rosalyi | Not mandy Isle eats f oi 'lirbert and Dottv Freedman are bii pan %  MI. and Mrs. CharieFreedman, of New Work. <"fi/< oman s aiuj o. m thi Washington Federal Savings i • ci Loan Assn., 1133 Normandy < : Gin -t spi aker will be Phil Sahl, esident of the Four FreedomsCivic Club of tin I r -i lent Madi.-( :. hi iis SI • pri sidenf of the %  c itizens i will discuss %  ance Compi es Locking over unique table decorctions ct c Westbrooke Cc%  try Club ladies luncheon are Mrs. Frederick Korsani Mis. Maurice Cohen and Mrs. Charles Gropper. Night Snack 'Bar 1 at Mt. Sinai Mt. Sinai Hospital board of trustees has provided for a new nighttime snack bar for the comfort of Mt. Sinai visitors and for employees wh< work the night shift. !.< mted on the hospital's second floor, across from the Medical Library, the new snack bar suggesti the ingenuity oi modern techoology in th form oi the vending machine At the drop of a coin, sitors and employees may pur chas< hot and cold sandwiches 11\i r ages, eoffei hot chocolate, ic< cream, salads and pastries. proceeds from this new foodin ndinj fat ilil go to I Womi n's Au: of Mt. S H( pital, as d( QM procei C< 11' t Shop, which is op< n di the day-time hours. dt < i from 8 p.m. to 6:30 a m nightly, the new "night-snackery" v ill f re vide ;. great com ei enci for hospital guests and employees during the law \ ening ai h third Wednesday of the month il the Washington Federal bldg., 12 4 Washington ave.. Miami Beach. MrHadassah Fossler is ; M sclent %  i" 1 '* SenscS g'oup held a eoi meeting at the Eden Roe hotel on Mi i di j A skit. "Let's Gel Acqi written by Mrs. : I Blum, :. and nar: eldman. was games followed businesi ei 11



f* n A
M j M - -
#A
<"W/<
oman s
atuj
by ISABEL GROVE
i m honor ol Mit/u !;.. Elrod ...
-( engagement has just been announced by her i
Mr and Mrs. Bernard Elrod. of Berni's restaurant
them in their home, 1720 s\\ 32n ct., Sui :.,-. aft< i
itdoor buffet .-upper uill feature .. double sheet cake wi I
ai i to Mitzi and Hal." and the l'1"! : u -i- n be pro
the possibilitj of rain bj a huge tent The pretty
,, a former sweetheart of Hurricane \/.v will wear a
sheath with white bodice and turquoise -k.rt joined
,-oven inserts of turquoise on while and a matching four-button
Guests will include her sisters, Sheila and Carole, now
: :.; Kossier Also parents of the future bridegroom,
Mrs. Seymour Marks, his grandparents Mr and Mrs. Sam-
Stahl. and his sisters. Gloria and Barbara A December
is planned.
< ir, New York recently with their daughter Marilyn. Mil-
;nd Morns Gidney. >f No. Bay dr. were entertained by Mari-
Uance, Peter, and his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Holt-
Then the future bride and her mother visited Boston I'm-
where Marilyn, who is majoring in speech therapy, will
inior come September Others the Gidneys saw while in
Town, local friends Frances and Murray Washerman, who
taken an apartment for the summer at the Warwick .
i rr. are daughters Jerri, a student at Skidmorc. and Denny.
Iten 's Buffalo U, and son Steve, whose engagement to Janet
: an "ill be celebrated with a gala Sept. 2 .
j interested in foreign languages and stimulated by at-
at the Sorbonne ths summer. Roxanne I'allo! already plan
ti study advanced French abroad again next year Mcan-
, : II return to the University oi Wisconsin, when she'll be
. the I> Ita /eta sorority house She's the daughter of
rt F'allot .
. Louis Baidas driving son Theodore Stanley to Boonville.
upen he'll attend Kemper Military School and College .
their return, they'll take an extensive buying trip through the
. -urn states for executive gilts for their Louis Baida Spec-
Seems as though every resident oi the Greater Miami area has
:: has just returned, or is about to embark on a vacation
ewhere, someplace Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Altsehuller
president of Beth Amand their two pretty daughters on a
week Hying tour of South America Joined by the Howard
ergs :nd their attractive daughters who were completing a
I nth long visit .
'.'! i Louis (Be-s Glassers and daughter Sunny left last week
aribbean cruise other daughter. Mona Louise, visiting
ni rtr wtih classmate > .
Koracb will meet his Marge, who's been in Los Angeles
- 0 for the past several weeks, in Mexico for their
:i .
Gre< another by th exot
rdi w down f< r a coupli vi weeks Noman -
An
a first axi rid Cuei na'...... Me \ for Mrs. Hi
: and li Mrs lane Garret' ho an no I me .
.. hrougl (hi country." is the waj thej d scribe it,
: i ni' range i alive dishes, French food, local
- '':; t.: i' il we nderful."
:ht Sam Priedmans, ol 3051 S\V 3rd ave this summer was
ti success because the) spent it with their children in
and .
'. n ilj n unions were the order of the day for Mr- Hannah
pi nt several weeks' in her home town of Louisville, Ky.
ed the wedding of niece, Marjorie Berman, to Rob-
r: Kohl The new bride i~ the daughter of Hannahs brother
-istei aw Mr and Mrs Dennis Berman .
thi ways for Anna belle and Elaine, twin daughters
and Mr- Paul H. Press Treasure Isle June gra uates
h, Elaine, who is attending the Bar Mitzvah
i Fred Press, in Lyndbrook, L.I. will remain north
pnter .New York I niversity as an education major Annabelle,
tttei the 1 niversitj ol Miami school of music, will con-
si dj voice and piano there .
Id Coast visitor, 15-year-old Linda Jane Rubin,
' v th aunt and uncle. Bea and Mik< Mersel Has
-. al the ice shows here and spent several weekends
. 'Pi'! she enjoys most though i- helping oul in
list .-t. Will be winging back to New
i :- .. junior at Midwood li
*
- Gertnerhe's executive director ol Mt. Sh
me from a three-week tour oi Europe, their first
I the hospital, J. Gerald Lewis, included th World -
' Seattle in his globe-circling junket, which started was back
European travelers home again, the Harry Gunthers
Myra i Mrs. Aaroni Fair, who accompanied 144 "assorted Na-
ouncil of Jewish Women and husbands" .
ur of these United States for the Howard Drusins and 1am-
And a coo) summer in Illinois now hehind Gen (Mrs. Ron-
it wit and offsprings Howard and Lynn, trying to revive that
active F,or;da suntan at Westbrooke Country Club's cabanas .
entire year in Spain for Stanley and Norma Cheren and
( Isa Son ol Mrs Sylvia Papier and George Cheren.
received a BS degree from Florida State U in June and
stud) BI1 foi the next 12 months They're in the picturesque
-> >. la-tall Defela .
ing in the footsteps ol her grandmother, the well-known
. rtist Reyna Youngerman, 5-year-old Debbie Gindy recently
painting prize at the Crandon Park Children-- Festival
I i nini with her parents, th.' iormer Judith Yc-urgerman
' enjamifl Gindy In Hendersonville.

known Miami attorney, Kenneth Myers, back fn
' ekj in Githam Town .
Gn ssinj ers for Mrs. .'; me G ppe and di
of Ni rmandy Isl -
eets foi Herbert and Dotty Freedmar are hit pan ts,
" and Mrs Charles Freedman, of New ifork.
"drewisli Floridian
Miami Florida, Friday. August 24. 1962
Section B
A broken leg couldn't keep Mrs. Alan Schrag- Adler, Mort Zimmerman. Leonard Kalish. Sis-
ger (second irom right) away from a "coffee" terhood president, Sanford Mandell, Maurice
sponsored by Temple Judea Sisterhood. Mrs. Rose. Marvin Levin, membership vice presi-
Louis Easton (extreme right) is shown wel- dent, and sporting her week-old cast. Mrs.
coming Sisterhood members to her home. Left Alan Schrccgei.
to right are Mesdames Henry line. Stanley
Women's League
Branch Meeting
- board met I 1- of the Flon-
( i :: nch '' led nen's Lei gue
i Ann ri( a was t be held Thurs-
i ..> evening at tl < Isrealite Cen-
ter.
Dora Ste in Sis erl d as to be
hi -t Mrs William Dickson, pr< --
ident oi the Fl< rida t ranch, was to
1 reside
Seniors Will
Meet Thursday
Sunshine Stati Senior Citizens
for Medicare will have a special
ting or. the Medicare program
next Thursday evening. Aug. .'H>. in
:h Washington Fe< eral Savings
pnd Loan Assn., ;i;.3 Normandy
(..:t>t speaker will be Phil Sahl,
president of the Four Freedoms
( i\ ic Club of tin I resl lent Madi-
' tl :
.- Shapiro i resident of the
-' >r citizei oup. w ill discuss
ance O m| anies."
Locking ever unique table decorctions ct c Westbrooke Cc. -
try Club ladies luncheon are Mrs. Frederick Korsc:.: Mib.
Maurice Cohen and Mrs. Charles Gropper.
Night Snack 'Bar* at Mt. Sinai
Mt. sinai Hospital hoard of trus-
tees has provided for a new night-
time snack bar tor the comfort oi
Mt. Sinai visitors and for employ-
ees wh( work the night shift.
Located on the hospital's second
flour, across from the Medical
Library, the new snack bar sug-
gests the ingenuity oi modern tech-
Dology in the term ol the vending
nacbine. At the drop of a coin,
visitors and employees may pur-
cbi -i hot and cold sandwiches,
beverages, coffee, hot choco-
late, :(< cream, salads and pastries.
proceeds from this new food-
i ins. fat illtj go :< the
W< men's Auj Mt. S
He pital, at i c the proceeds el (he
Coffee Shop, which is op< i di
the day-time hours.
(<|< r lium 8 p.m. tf t 30 a m .
nightly, the new "night-snackery"
will provide a great convenience
f< r hospital guests and employees
during the late evening at
hours.
Titereth Israel Sisterhood
Meeting < will be held on Mont. j t .<
irrg ir the social hall New |
jecti be introduce) am dis
i ssed i ii Wednesdaj < i
the Sisterhood will hold ;
an pat ;> I
rondil i a! hi
served.
Hadasscsh Units
Plan Meetings
Morton Towers group of Hadss-
will hold its first meeting on
aj I p m in the card room
if the south building in Morton
Tow' -
I r the auspices of Mrs. Rose
I !;.n. program chairman. Dr.
Howard M Sachar's newest book,
"Aliyah," will h< reviewed.
Mrs. Samuel Goldberg is pres-
ol the group
*
I. R. Goodman group meets ev-
< : third Wednesday of the month
ii the Washington Federal bldg.,
1234 Washington ave.. Miami
Beach. Mrs Hadassah Fossler is
I i sident.
*
>-;n--a SenicS g-oup held a
luncheon meetinf at the Eden Roc
hotel or Mi di j A skit. "Lot's
Acquainted." written by Mrs.
I presidi nt, and nar-
tati by Mrs T Feldman, waa
games followed
the but nest i |



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-'-. n eHnHi '* Page 16-A •>Jf*lsttorrHinr Friday, August 24, '.QRI Jem Blamed for Argentine Violence Mining whal they are doing." (described Fr. Heinveil „ \n editor ol La Prensa. a lead"goof," who does not repi .,,„., Aires daily newapaper, church and acts on his JTA—By Direct Teletype NEW YORK—A Roman Catholic priest in Argentina, who is the author of anti-Semitic books, and has been charged by Jewish leaders with being the spiritual leader of the Nazi-style Tacuara Youth Organization, which directs the anti-Jewish atrocities in the country, told the Buenos Aires correspondent of The New York Times that the Jews and not the antiSemitic terrorists are to be blamed for anti-Jewish atacks in Argentina. The vitriolic anti-Jewish interview, given by the priest, Rev. Julio Meinveille, which was carried in Tuesday's New York Times, contains ridiculous allegations against Jews, including the allega tion that "Jews had provoked the attacks in an attempt to get laws passed against Argentine nationalists." He also charged that Jews were linked with the Communist movements among the students in ; Buencs Aires University. He denied any connection with the Tacuara anti-Semitic group, and said that it is not true that Tacuara members get military trainir.i, ideological indoctrination, and instruction in "oierational tactics" at Catho'ie Centers. On the other hand, the priest alleged there are 28 groups of armed Jews in the single province of Entre Rios. The recent widely-publicized wave of anti-Semitic attacks was not so serious as it was made out to be by Jews, the priest said He ;aid a police investigation had shown that a recent case in which I i swastika was said to have been slashed on the breasts of a Jewish girl student was "another Jewish provocation." 2 Airman Study; One Will Go Home Dr. Hugh M. Musof and Dr. Murray L. Kane, both with the rank of captain in the United States Air Force, have completed the orientation course for officers of the medical service at Gunter AFB, Ala. Both were given familiarization instruction covering administrative procedures, military medicine and medical service support of USAF objectives. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton R. Kane, 1052 NE 176th ter.. No. Miami Beach, Copt. Kane is being reassigned to a USAF support unit in Turkey. He will join the staff there for practice as a physician. Dr. Kane received his BS and MD degrees from the University of Miami. He is married to the former Marcie Savransky. of 651 Jefferson ave. Capt. Musof is being reassigned to the 46th Tactical Hospital, RAF Station, Lakenheath. England, lie will join the staff there for prac tice as a dentist. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. See Anti-Israel Moves in Algeria Continued from Pag 1-A raqui, former president of the Algerian Zionist Federation and now living in Israel. Nomination by the FLN is tantamount to election. The FLN had first planned to have 18 Europeans represent the 500.000 French Algerians, but until now. only two have given their agreement, Mr. Chouraqui and another Oranc.se French Algerian. All Others approached, including former Algiers Mayor Jaques Chevillier, who helped mediate the cease-fire between the European minority and the FLN, refused to accept the nominations. Philip Musof. 7946 East Drive, Harbor Island, and received his degree from Tufts College. Boston His fraternity is Phi Epsilon Pi. Airman First Class Philip M. Schutzer has been scheduled for release from Air Force active duty during the latter part of August. An Air Force aeromedical specialist, he was called to duty with I the 146th Air Transport Wing at [ Van Nuys Air National Guard Base in California during the defense buildup last year. Son of Mr. and Mrs Louis Schutzer. 1S65 SW 7th st., Airman Schutzer received his BS degree Irom the University of Miami He is married to the former Roberta A. Meilberger, of 3055 SW 17th st in his interview with the New York Times correspondent, the pries: went out of his waj emphasize several points from ins book on .lews He marked i passaee that declared that Jews were striving to take over the riches of ill peoples, tc corrunt th-m. ind reduce them to the status of slaves The theme of the book is thai Chr'stians and Jews havn been, I'd are in constanl conflict, because of the determination ol .lews t„ rule the world through Capitalism and Communism. In his book. Meinvielle refers tc ;!u Jews as "a cursed race" and as agents and sons of the devil The New Yo-l< Times correspondent stressed the fact that, although Meinvielle has been in conflict on occasion with church authorities, and is hardly considered representative of the church, he was able to use a Catholic university hall recently for a t the Coral Way Jewish Center, parents of nursery and kinder gar ten children will meet the faculty of the preschool and be informed of the program to be offered this year Thiy will also be shown movies and slides of the programs carried out during the previous year. Mrs. Carol Cynamon, director of the pre-school. and her stall' will direct a forum. 24-Year Hebrew-English Calendar. 32 pages. All dates and Hebrew equivalents and days of the week, Vet. 1940 to Sept. 15)64. Important Jewiih holidayi to mo. For free copy write to H. J. Heine Company, Dept. 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