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T "{Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY i'.ume 37 — Number 19 Miami, Florida, Friday. May 8. 1964 Two {Sections — Price 2b' Germans Report Nasser Plan for Nuclear War on Israel LONDON — (JTA) — Egypt's President Gainal Abdcl Nasser is preparing, with the help of 500 German scientists and electronics experts t a "deadly" set of plans to use atomic warfare against Israel and. unless the Soviet Union and the United States give point guarantees against aggression to Egypt and Is! rael, the "new kind of arms race in the Middle East [will menace the people of the entire world," the [Guardian of Manchester warned Monday. The newspaper revealed Nasser's entire atomic [program in a special article trom Frankfurt, Germany, reporting that "thanks to the help of German scientists, there are indications that Nasser has already achieved a breakthrough" toward making Egypt a "minor nuclear power." The information, said the newspaper, came from persons who have been connected with the work in Egypt. 'They have convinced me of the authenticity of their information," the Irankiurt correspondent stressed. Knowledge of Nassers nuclear program has been top secret, restricted to a handful of. German scientists and Nasser's personal advisers, the correspondent declared, but Israel has now been informed of the details of the Nasser program, while the Governments of Britain, France and the United States "are aware at least of the general outlines of the program." Nasser's nuclear program aimed at Israel consist.ol three main leatures, all designed to annihilate Israel, the reported stated. The leature is "Operation Cleopatra," which involves production of nuclear Lombs of the type used by the United States in its atomic attack on Hiroshima in 1945. While the Hiro shim a bomb is now considered "out of date" by big Continued on Page 7-A .> %  ,.•.-... %  Cardinal Spellman Denounces Attack Against Jews for Crucifixion Libel RABBI OKI HIILLLR tolerating the intolerable leaders Rally >r Rights j Washington WASHINGTON — (JTA' — A JFi~h religious leader urged this tk al an unprecedented intertious convocation here thai tncans should look on the leg|tive effort for civil rights as Election of "our moral develnent." lore than 5.000 Protestant. Iholic and Jewish leaders atKled the meeting at Georgetown tversity. to dramatise their Ite.l backing for the Housels( (I civil rights bill now bogdown in a Senate filibuster. i included more than 1.000 u-.li leaders. 1 Rabbi Uri Miller, president of k* Synagogue Council of AmerCa, insisted that the American tople "cannot tolerate intolerce either morally or practicalard that the stalled legisla>n had to be approved as >asic to the moral principles Continued on Page 3-A NEW YORK UTA) — Francis Cardinal Spellman declared here this week that he was "frankly appalled" by the fact that Jews, have suffered outbreaks of persecution as "punishment for their part in the Crucifixion" and said this is not Christianity." The Cardinal spoke at the 57th annual dinner of the American Ommittee, in his first address to ii Jewish group in 17 years. He said blaming Jews in the Crucifixion was "one of those distorted and terribly harmful notions which somehow gain currency and like cancer spread among certain people who wish to justify their bigHe asserted that Christ died "for all of us in expiation for the sins of all mankind. It is simply absurd to maintain there is some kind of continuing guilt which is transferred to any group of people and which rests upon them as a curse for which they must suffer. His dying for us must never be thought of as a curse upon anyone but rather as a blessing upon all." Asserting that "anti-Semitism can never find a basis in the Cath olic religion." he said "far from emphasizing the differences which divide Jews from Christians, our i;ul'i stresses our common origin? and the ties which bind us to gcther." President Johnson, in a message <•! greetings sent to the dinner, cited "the growing spirit of Christian-Jewish understanding which iias been a most important part of the American Jewish Committee's work as aptly exemplified by Cardinal Spellman's participation." lie also congratulated Secretary of .Slate Dean Husk as recipient ol the Committee's American Liberties Medallion at the dinner Jacob Blaustein, Baltimore Industrialist honorary president of Continued or Page 10 A Eshkol Invites Lavon Back To Mapai Party Leadership TEL AVIV — (JTA) — Premier I.cvi Eshkol sought last weekend to consign to the past the celebrated controversy over Pinhas LavOD by inviting the former Delense Minister and former Histadrut secretary-general back into the councils of the Mapai Party. However, Mr. Lavon was not entirely satisfied with Mr. Eshkol's gesture. Eormer Prime Minister David l'.en Gunon. who ousted Lavon from leadership, declined to comment on Eshkol's action. It was indicated that Ben-Gurion nad written to Mapai officials stating tiiat Eshkol was not competent to repeal the decision which led to Lavon's disappearing in 1961 from Mapai leadership, and that only party bodies could do it. Eshkol's invitation to Lavon was made alter consultation with various party leaders but without approval from any Mapai body. Premier Eshkol's invitation was contained in a letter to Continued on Page 16-A IS Urged to Assure Israel Defense IASHINGTON (JTA) — A birtisan call to the Administrate) consider the possibility of Hiring Israel of arms to defend rself against Arab aggression lvoiced here at the closing nion of the American Israel Iblic Affairs Committee's twoconference on Monday. The conference adopted a statebnt of policy which appealed to President Johnson "for a review of American policy in the Near East—to meet the growing danger which not only threatens a war of extermination against Israel, but also weakens the United States and undermines the security and peace of the free world." Congressman Thomas Morgan, chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, reviewed the role Congress has played in supporting the establishment and economic development of Israel, noting that very often Congressional thinking was ahead of that of the professional diplomats. Rep. Morgan rejected the theory professed by many GovContinued on Page 3-A R£AN RUSK CARDINAL SPELLMAN MORRIS ABRAM NtrVTON MiMOW IN SOVIET UNION TODAY Number of Jewish Students Seen Lower Than Under the Czars NEW YORK (JTA) A higher percentage of Jewish students was permitted to attend universities in Czarist Russia than is enrolled in the USSR today, the American Jewish Congress charged this week in re-leasing a study ol Jewish participation in Soviet higher education. The study was prepared by Prof. Nicholas DeWitt, ol Indiana University, one of the country's leading specialists in Soviet affairs. Prof. DeWitt said that official government statistics showed the USSR employed a quota svstem "as a direct discriminatory device against the admission of Jews to institutions of higher learning in the USSR." Approximately 3.22 per cent of the student population in Soviet universities is Jewish, according to the study. Will Maslow, executive director of the American Jewish Congress, compared the 3.22 per cent figure with the official quotas imposed on Jews in 1887 by the Cxarist Minister of Education. According to the "History of the Jews in Rusisa and Poland" by the Jewish historian Simon Dubnow, published in 1918, the Jewish university quota was 10 per cent of the Christian university population with the Pale of Settlement, five per cent outside the Pale and three per Continued on Page 2-A NEW LUXURY LINER Shalom Gets Big Cheer In New York NEW YORK — (JTA) New York City gave its traditional gala harbor welcome this week to Israel's new luxury liner, the 25,000ton SS Shalom. The S20.ooo.ooo (iagship of the Zim-lsrael Navigation Company completed its 11day maiden voyage trom Haifa amid the din and splendor of the first harbor welcome given a major passenger ship here in more than two years. Passing liners and tugs saluted the flag-bedecked Shalom, as planes and helicopters circled overhead.and New York City fireboats, spouting geysers of water, accompanied the vessel into port. On hand to welcome the new liner were a large party of civic personalities and Israeli officials who boarded the ship from pilot boats. They included Ambassador Katriel Kati, Consul GenContinued from Page 2 A



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Page 2-A +Jelst fhrkfian Fridcv, May 8, i Number of Jewish Students Lower Than Under c Zw New luxury Zim Liner Shalom sails from her birthplace at St. Nazaire. France. Zim Liner Shalom Given Gala New York Welcome Continued from Page 1-A Ml of Israel; Leo Brown, New York City Commissioner of Marine and Aviation; and Gottlieb Hammer, president of the American Israeli Snipping Company. In ar. official greeting on behalt of the Mayor and the City of New Genocide Rally Held Sunday Commander Bmaauei afandel, of the Je\w>h War Veterans, Department of Florida, chaired the !•• ass rally to ratify the Geneva Genocide Convention on Sunday. The rally was Vlil in Ihe BayFront Bandshell at Bi^iayne Blvd. Master of Ceremonies was Lar ry King, of Ch 10. Featured speakers were Rep. Claude Pepper. Mayor Robert King Hiyh. Brailey (Wham and A. M. Marcus Event was under the auspices cf the Committee for Ratification of the Genocide Convention. Don't Forget the Sim Million He'p the WiMioni that Are Left Give to ihe CJA and invest >r\ ISRAEL BONOS Mevshie Prieetbera York. Brown said that "we are looking upon this ship not so much as a vessel but as a bridge between the I'nited States and Israel tor the passage of all amenities that create a world of peace which is what 'Shalom' symbolizes" Capt Avner Freudenberg, year-old master of the liner, replied that the ship represented no! merely one of the finest transatlantic liners ever built, but epitomizes the .-pint of peace which w*. in the Israel merchanl fleet regard as our prime motivation^ We carry this %  —age to the people of the world—Shalom.'" The ship will remain at anchor in New York until May 8 when it will .eave on the return trip to Haifa. Continued from Page 1-A cert in St. Petersburg and Moscow. Pro) DeWiti. a fo.ner men 0 I the Russian Research Center I Harvard University, said that the Soviet quota system in higher ca tion, giving preference to Uther nation..;:: vei Jews in universit] a s •' mal or policy directive and as "de 1:1 enrtel) used in the I'SSR as a meanoi discrimination against Jtws." Highlights oi his studj in eluded the following findings 1 Wh m Soviet universities increased by 848 per cent between 1935 and 196c. the number ol Jewish students de creased by 39 per cent; 2 The proportion ol Jews who had completed higher education among all professionals declined from approximately 18-19 per cent m 1931 to 8.2 per cent in 1960. 3. The 8.2 per cent of university graduates who are Jews contracts sharply with the present Jewish universit) enrollment of 3.2 per cent. "It is obvious that the proportion of Jewish students currently enrolled ih higher i cation i< substantially smaller than the proportion of Jews who enjoyed higher education in the pa trV i Phone JE 84749 O:. ,-, K pt :-s -" ed CON r*C T LENSES T>CIHCU.S INDIAN RIVER ORANGES AMD PINK Oil hmiE SEEDLESS 3l>ve*ed An, .N L S A GRAPEFRUIT Bushel $495 Hall "* Mill OnDERS PROMPTLY FILLED tONPf" INSVRlD-GL'AKAWflD •*• 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4.7710 r 4-8783 ORANCE JUICE AE PACK EM :TE HERE SAM TO 10 PM DAILY Kabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky MM* JE 1-359$ M5 MICHIGAN AVI., MIAMI IEACM What Do Doctors Recommend Most For TENSE,NERVOUS HEADACHES? A-, .r. Tablets contain the pain r ).ever doet n .p headaeha paJa. And A--.,a work! fa,t. I| n jour Meodatrcara, Anacin • Uf rolief to row „ sot onljr ralievaa UM Ita ter.non ar.d d| n Attain la Ilka a • %  tion. That :s • e d>enu...a aprcW c round in leadirv „ aapuuia. Buy Ar.a-.u toJaj. Complete and Dependable Title Service MIAMI TITLE & #ANH A ,,. OF AMERICAN TITLE INSURANCE CO. 38 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY • ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE 104 Northeast First St. Telephone 373-8432 MIAMI COXYALB8CBNT IHMtt 335 S.W. 12th AVE. LEO ALLEN. Director Ph. ER 9*278, FI 4-Stt! Spocio'i'i.na in Care to the Elderly and Chron.co f III 24-Hour |fcjr*|a)| Service Special Diets Strktly OhMnrf Private and Semi-Private Rooms — Jewish-Sty e Cooking INSURANCESENIOR CITIZEN AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE GOOD DRIVERS TO 90 YEARS ACKEJtMAN INSURANCE AGENCY, INC 37 NX 1st AVI Ph. 371 2611 funeral is n in ll u i dignified tnd fitting fan 1 Riverside directors give theirpers te each d< 'iil maiiag uraQgeaents...< Here, in ida's most beautife! chapels-all as-thorough rity, reliability ana aal service at a cast no greater l r '.Riverside Chapels...convei Miami Beach and North Da serve aHl my families ask Rivir jnt.: %  riverside memorial chapeLi^ 1 FUNERAL DIRECTORS Drive • 1 1151 Miami: |.,; S.W.17tk Street • li!:' B. l'JUi A'



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Friday, May 8. 1964 +Jewish norldUan Page 3-A Rabbi Bulman Due at Hebrew Acad. Celebration ICO srtiriMAN MKS. WIUIAM MfHRifNS Steinman, Mrs. Mehrtens Win Dade Citizens Awards Leo Steinman and Mrs. William \U::iens were uinners of the ; >;ty Outstanding Citizens irardi at a luncheon meeting | londaj 8t the Dupont Plaza | btel A capacity audience, addressed 1 |y former Florida Gov. LeRoy ; lollin-. itnessed the prcsenta|oii to the duo of the awards givar.Dually to the man and i Ionian who have performed the lost c the nood and welfare of the tire Fade County community jriny He preceding year. Youth Hall, where he is a Big Brother of the court, by those in Kendall, where each day a swimming pool—valued at $25,000 —bears witness to his fine work, by those at the Jewish Home for the Aged whose many field trips and parties have been led by Leo." Mrs (JaiOIC) Mehrtens, nominated by the Coral Gables Woman's Club, cited her for her work with Louis Merwitzer. president of the Hebrew Academy: Mr.Leonard Rosen, president. Hebrew Academy Women; and Mrs. Samuel Rosner, president. I'TA Greetings on behalf of the Hebrew Academy Alumni Association will be given by Dorothy Naness, who graduated from the Hebrew Academy in June, 1956. She is now a senior at the University of Miami. Interfaith Service AT Beth Am On Friday evening Temple Beth Am will present an intertaith service. Sermon will be given by the Rev. Dr. Ralph Huston, of the First Methodist Church of South Miami, whose choir will sing the liturgy and the entire service conducted by the Rev. Huston. The invitation is in response to ,. ,, one given last fall when Rabbi Grecnbcrg. Mr. and Mrs. Harry ^^ M Baumguard, Cantor loachKwitney. and Mrs. Bessie CnarIes K odner. and the choir of Stadlan. Be(h Am conducted a mid week Mrs, Zvi Berger. chairman of service in the new sanctuary of Miriam Donnet. Mrs Marjorie the evening, announced that the First Methodist Church of Ent, Mrs. Shushannah Spector greetings will be extended by South Miami. Rabbi Nathan Bulman, Hebrew author and lecturer, will be guest speaker at the second \\m Hamor a!' celebration on Saturday night, 8 p.m.. in the Max Silvernerg uiniuy Hall of the Hebrew Academy. Rabbi Bulman. of New York, formerly a member of the faculty of Yeshiva University, who served as Rabbi in Danville, Va., Fallsburgh. N.Y., and Newport News, Va., is currently director of school organization of Torah Nemesorah. a national society for HebrewDay Schools. His topic will be "The Teacher— The Torah Bearer of Jewish Tradition.'" Special tribute will be accorded those teachers who have rendered more than a decade of Hebrew Academy service, Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal, announced. Rabbi Gross said that there are II teachers in the 34 member faculty with ten years or more of ser\ice. They include Mr. Saul Porush, Mrs. Ruth Becker. Mrs. RABBI NATHAN BULMAN -tanding single function | Unit ^ Fund an( Cuban rclief A long list of some two and a half pages of additional activities backed up the club's nomination. Mrs. Mehrtens was UF secretary and served on its Executive Committee last year. She is past president of the Dade County Federation of Women's Club. Steir.rran received the award Lecause "His work with the unlerpriviliged is well known to III. It can be attested to by lie boys at the Wayward Home Ofcecchobae, by those in ler Tamid istalls Officers Steinman is sales manager for a local photographic portrait studio. He was nominated by Coral Gables Lodge f B'nai B'rith, of which he currently serves as president. abti Eugene Labovitz, spirileader of Temple Ner Tamid. alloc! Murray A. Shaw for a d term as Temple president Suncwy in Sklar Auditorium, he: i nicers on the slate are Louis Cohen, executive vice pres-i president, ident: Alexander Rest, Michael Gla/i* : Alex T. Eig, vice presits; Siymour Horowitz, trca.sr. Irving .1. Egel, Era RosenJo.scph Kahn. Paul II. Press, etam-. The annual award is presented by Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith. Patron, as in every in( stance in the past, has been Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association, with Joseph Lipton, Permanent chairman of the committee is Sanford Swerdlin. Permanent judges are George Beebe, Miami Herald managing editor: Fred K. Shochet. publisher, The Jewish Floridian; ami Irectors: Irving J. Egel, Hac-| R alph Reniek, vice president in Adolph Greenbaum, charge 0 f new-, VYTV.T ,uc! L Greenfield, Louis Hirsh, H Dltzman. Seymour Horoz, .' %  ph Kahn. Harry Liebcr Miretzky, Dan Piver, 1 n -. Max Raskin, D. Dale t en: Era Rosenfeld. Jack Haw. i ry Sherman, Joseph silpian Irvine C. Spear, Mrs. ie :• ky. ustees: Louis Cohen. Dr. Ben FatEzra Finegold. Louis Golc. ( ol. Wm J. Harris. Nath Leaders Rally For Civil Rights Continued from Page 1-A upon which this country is established." The rally launched an intensive Rov nher^." Ja"cob"sapirstein. effort by major American religious cm .! Schwarz, Murray A. groups both to push for passage w. Mrs. Fannie Sklar. Maurice Zan:.-ky. §Uso diking office were Mrs. %  gene .1. Schwartz. Sisterhood Ksidcrn. and Dan Piver, presi|it o; the Men's Club. of the legislation and to develop a sharper awareness among church and synagogue members of the. need for individual commitments in support of the measure. Theological students of the thiee faiths continued their quiet vigil at the Lincoln Memorial which was organized on April 19 on an around-the-clock basis to continue until the civil rights bill Isaurice L. Zaretsky, Board of became law. Ceremony was held at a 10 i.m. brunch, and all officers %  Ml board members of the three Temple groups were also installed. HliMecchairman, and Sisterhood Hst president. Mrs. Louis Cohen, More than 100 Jewish business ; and professional leaders, convened airman of the School Board, re-1 i> y j ne Anti-Defamation League of ived the Temple's annual Man j u n a i B'rith, met for two days of 1 d Woman of the Year Awards, conference with Administration %  so cited for -leadership and pjjrvice to the Temple" were Alex Harry Lieberman and MorMiretzky. utgomg presidents, Irving J. and Mrs. Henrietta Fine, reved plaques for service as preing oificers of the Men's Club the Sisterhood. md Senate spokesmen for the bill. pytre '*31B ASICS' 3VI BETH DIN OFFICE IABBI OR. TIBOR H. STERN |lMl Michigan Awe., Miami Beech JE 1-1969 JE 1-6150 B'nai Raphael Registration Set Registration for the fall term in Congregation B'nai Kapnael Nursery and Kindergarten can be made at the synagogue from 9 to 1 p.m. Also at the office are applica-, tions for the fall term in the Hebrew and Sunday Schools, Confir, mation Class and Congregation membership. I I /fit 4 u inlif sfn>


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?oae 4-A +Jeistncrkliar Friday. May 8. 1954 ""Jewish Floridian CrFICE and PLXNT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4WS Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher 1ZO MINDLIN Executive Editor 5ZLMA M. THOMPSON Asst toPublisher ISRAEL BIREAU Sheraton Hotel Tel Aviv, Israel RAY U. BINDER Correspondent %  had trwy PrMaj • f '' %  %  s B, Th. J.w.h rio'-dian *ai abM'bed th. Jewish U"'ty and the Jcwxh Weekly. Meoibeo' ft J* Te"eflrap"'C Agency. Seven ArU Featur. Syndicate. Wo'ldw.de Nf~i Service. National Ed.tonal An Amer-can Asn f English-Jewish Newspapers, ana the Fl onaa Press Assn. Th* J-ui-!' P> -•_.• ; the m* SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Loca Area One Year 16 00 Three Years S'JOO Out of Town Upon Request Volume 37 Number 19 Friday. May 8. 1964 26 Iyar 5724 They Have It Both Ways The Nasser plan for a nuclear v. ar against Israel should come c; no surprise to anyone. Least of all. should it be a surprise to :.-e Germans, who this week prei_~.cbly made the disclosure %  rough a special report publishm the Manchester Guard:~r. For it is the Germans themselves, who have been primarily er.sib.e in creating Nasser s mie capability from scratch. Wo commented in these colu last wee!-: on, the cavaiiei oner in which the Bonn Govt r-.rr.er.! has once again posted a rull-dTe;-s showdown on the German nuclear sc:e: now 2: work in Egypt. During the cast year, sir.ee Israel Foreign ster Golda Meir first revealed the presence of the German scifi..lists there, the Bonn position .-.^s been an off-handed one. It began with denial From :.-.eie if went to "investigation." Then it proceeded to interminable cebate concerning the democratic right of a Germcn national to do whatever he pleases — including t-ie right of a nuclear scientist to go to work for Nasser. Now that Bonn has delayed its ultimate decision once again, the scientists themselves cil seem to be anxious to tell everyone that the charge is indeed correct: that Nasser is determined to wipe Israel off the face of the earth .a nuclear weapons, especially since he has been unable to fulfill his earlier threat of sweeping her into the sea by more conventional military means. The Bonn Government apart, the German scientists thus seem to be having it both ways: '..-.ey are working for Dictator Nasser, a kind c: muster to whose totalitarian power they seem eminently accustomed and they are expicting whatever sense of guilt they may reel as a consequence of their labors in his be: by shouting to the world that it is all true. now wondering if a profound injustice was not indeed done Mr. Lavon a decade ago. For the "mishap" charge came at a strange time: when Mr. Ben-Gurion was engaged in an ideological struggle with the monolithic Histadrut—of which Pinhas Lavon then served as secretary general. A Reexamination Needed It is interesting thai the drive to reinstate as Lcvor. has been gaining momentum ever since the resignation of former Prims %  '::. : David Ben-Guifon last June. The drive is apparently being spearheaded by Premier Eshkol who has exercised a ing influence on many troubled poLticc. • %  arters in Israel ever since he :00k over ..ve That the Lavor. incident was never fully stigated. al le-s: from a public point of v.ew. is eminently clear, if only judging by the number of squelched effort to bring the facts A Significant Statement Francis Cardinal Spellman may have been doing a bit of politicking for the Catholic cause at the annual American Jewish Committee meeting. But one th-.ng is clear: He did appear before a major American Jewish organization for the first time in 17 years And he did make a number of statements that must be reckoned as significant in a long-terrr view toward a rapprochmenl between the Jewish and Catholic communities durin I years ahead. Cardinal Spellman is one c: lbs most important spokesmen in the Roman Cat Id today. H.s observations car:::;. the crucifixion libel whi c:pcLy responsible for a most vicious anti-Semitism, seems to : e BDiri ol ecumenism. "•""" %  ^ Indeed, it offers us rent red sueameaningful statemei oathohc relationships, thus,: -: cioseo L n ; ~e rr.es: chapters in human history %  during thrveek ... as i see it IN A* address before Mu Beach Lodge of B'naj B rith on Sunday evening at the Dj Lido Hotel I suggested U Jews still seek the approval'J a consequence, th by LEO MINDLIN unremitting fear for the eva ralua • i|ht) of such itht •*? cjmpnv mise both the letter and th. spint of their trad.tn,:. Som* how. it seems to me. Jews hlieve they will find n acceptance if they -k,IU u lt camouflage that which has set them apart for some five-th<,usand rears. In this regard. I recalled a French monk at Caperr.jum Israel who told me that Israeli Jews are totally unlike any he had ever met before. The difference, he said, lies in their singular U I of concern for what others think of their Judaism. There is little doubt that American Jews have come a lone Ours represents a diaspora civilization that is richer, more po*l\ ful and prestigious than any previous one in history The point CM b<. easily proved by a multitude of examples. Nevertheless the im pulse to be obsequious remains outstanding among us — quite a< if at every uaking moment, we feel the need to prove eurselveandth. riant to a peaceful place in the sun As I see it. the once German Jewish community long ago demonstrated the folly di>astrou> ambitions. A serious concern and morel* warp our purpose no less than our spirit eternal need to j>lease. it is inevitable that we essential!) unpleasant to ourselvei •:-:• -:THl MID TO Bf ACCfPTfD A CORAL GABLES SOUTH MIAMI group called the Jew:name of tin % %  •:• its aim is admirable Jew. ;ht to espouse a poUticalb 1 -. sly believe In them N'eith< 1 port of the classic Tall t era of the f> true for all cit:/. ... tives. it seems I • • %  uti can be com 5 nol then [I ... : •liberal" is a Political tives wanl to I : g to co-; : which the) e ''• respect. Th • • | NrMc ,„,.,. I them to be t f, amorphous Blob ^ • heated • mti-Commumsi an NOTf ftOM THl DISK Of 0*. MAfOlO I AM ALL for bvin,ant.-Commun.st But I am also pro a nbolr : other thin* The Jewish Potties! Coeeorvatire, SN B organisation with no purpose ether than eam***** for i, has earned the greup 0 th, point o, : r Z n P u 2. ,h JCW Sh P0 ,,Cal Con ^a..ves featured Dr murust imports an! the Soviet Economic Offensive," h Miami SF232T. ?, "?*? S a P r umaW ^ P on the,matter, mur • "v ? I V ComnuUe ,0 W of the Atriral Of Commumst Merchandise on the Local Business Scene *,f' ly 1 1 % -; > A Ue f ,h Bu,le,,n of ,hc John Birch Society r^ Hat Id', committee and nrges its support He the subject of man, articles, includ.n* one in Time >rU m IM3 Howard K Smith, of th. fur n hI" 8 C mpan ;V brien contemplated doing a tel. U /; r the belief that fair • and non-entities ai we • at all is a -Nol th. lated thi te reads: rac, bae gotten off 1 r ic In a •• Jewish Participation of the pas.^ I into the oper. Mr. Ben-Gurion charged Lavon with a "security mishap." which led to the letter's disrr.isscl as Mir.ister of Defense back in 1954. Strangely enough. Mr. Ben-Gurion charged cnother government official with a similarly .nexcusable error in judgment" last year. when the news broke about the presence of V.'est German nuclear scientists in Eqypt oi TV. —3ir Qj. re ljgj 0n This second charge was. also responsible „ K rt ior a dismissal and. indeed, had a good deal ican rXle can not to do with Mr. Ben-Gurion's ultimate resignamorau^' pr a c tSll^Id.^r* ^ Be. some three months later those of his own touWto^SiS; i" 1 l civil rights bill demonstrates o American Jewry's determination to £?£ vanguard for the battle in behalf of \£)£Jt\ every citizen -regardless 0 i raceme comment that the AmerIn effect, too many people axe now wonz if this wasr.: ore of the former Prime %  mister's principal means of ridding himseli of political opponents. Too many people are rally. 'ho participated in the who THl THKtAT IS A KIM ONt D R HAROLD INSISTS %  "' III U It' Miami d t'Semit til 0. m, l< to scholar, mism im.itti %  unenl pol.cn. no. the presumption of -r .1 in.ent.ons of the. with the Jewish Politics .'• ^ to speak before the. Dr •iamed the note from his desk. ex.. Semitic Neither has he es, •'th -The C.t.ren Speaks." p.: reDroduei < \* m,meo SnpbetH ak, r mS,Sted ,hat ~L couw nardJ) be germane to their agenda I 1 h"n. with thanks for h.s appearance b a great German J. m on financed an Austrian con.,., I P -k.hreat. the Jewish P !and the.



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Friday. May 8. 1964 • 'JmU* Fkrklian Page 5-A APPEARS BEFORE COMMITTEE Bishop Sheen Favors Prayer In Public School System Among the many employees of Gulf American Land Corporation participating in a meeting on behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal addressed by Leonard Rosen, president of the company, and company vice president Kenneth Schwartz, are bottom row (left to right) Harry Sacks, Janice Lazarus, Doris Hanft. Marv Sager and Maxine Glass. Rear row (left to right) are Bob Markowitz, Lester Enqel. Paul Taylor, Bob Gallet. Tonie Mueller Mono Lewis and Sid Durant. They are among the 132 Jewish employees at Gulf American Land who have been invited to participate in the CJA campaign through a payroll deduction program. Keep Out of Our Affairs, King Told H,?^n Y ^ R K 7 sein, ol Jordan, was rritirm-d .. thta week by the Conference of 3 SWUt 0l PrCS,dcn, Johnson had Presidents of Major Jewish organmadc "'Frances during his visit which were "caiculatedly provocati\e" ami a "flagrant violation of izations for his "lecture'* to American Jews "about their deep affection and affinity to the people hospitality." of Israel." They asserted that he had misThe statement by the leaders I represented Israel's planned dicf the 18 organizations, compris-1 version of the Jordan River waring major Zionist and non-Zionist I rs, even though Jordan is alJewish National Fund Foundation Plans Supper at Fontainebleau May 20 A supper sponsored by the Foundation for the Jewish National Fund will be held on May 20,' 6 p.m.. at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Dr. Irving Lehman, chairman of the J.NF Foundation, said that "an interesting program is being arranged to acquaint guests with Hie purposes of the Foundation's activities." The Foundation is a reservoir Of tuture funds for the Jewish National Fund's land redemption program in Israel. Dr. Lehrman explained. When You Wish to Honor Outstanding officers, distinguished service civic achievement time in office etc. VISIT THE LARGEST, MOST ATTRACTIVE AWARD DISPLAY ROOMS IN THE ENTIRE COUNTRY Trophies. Plaques. Sterling. Gavels. Medals. Pewter. Ribbons. Bronze. Silver-plate. Scrolls. EXPERT HEBREW ENGRAVING HALPERT'S TROPHIES "largest in the South" 4th Floor, Pan Am Bank Bldg. 150 S.E. 3rd Ave. Ph. 377-2353 The Jewish National Fund, in its 63 years of existence, acquired some quirter of a million of acres of land by the time the State of Israel was established. Since then, the neglected, barren wastes and rocky sand dunes have been transformed into verdant and cultivated tracts under the aegis of JNF reclamation programs. Dr. Lehrman explained that "in accordance with its constitution, the Jewish National Fund holds its land for the Jewish people in perpetuity, and no one can buy land from the organization. "The JNF." he said, "rents its holdings at a nominal fee to settlers on a renewable 40-year lease basis. This prevents exploitation." Pointing to the unhappy situation in Tel Aviv, for example, "where some parcels of privately-owned land are bringing as much as SI. 000.000," the JNF Foundation chairman here said that "one can well imagine what would happened in Israel were the JNF's holdings in private hands." The May 20 supper will give guests the opportunity of learning more about the JNF Foundation and its support through wills and bequests to continue Jewish National Fund endeavor In the State of Israel. ready diverting a Jordan tributary, the Yarmuk. They also charged him with declaring that United States policy on the Middle East was shaped by pressures from American Jewish sources rather than on consideration "of national interest." Eighteen years after Israel's creation, the statement said, Hussein and his fellow Arab rulers were still trying to "sow dissension among Americans by seeking to cast doubt on the propriety" of the feelings of affinity by American Jews for Israel Jews. King Hussein was accused of "pious posing" as a peace advocate and proponent of better understanding between Israel and the Arab neighbors, a stand which, was only "a cloak for his genuine purpose of exacerbating animosi-^ ties and making meaningful peace: impossible." WASHINGTON — (JTA) — The Rev. Fulton Sheen, Auxiliary Catholic Bishop of New York, told the House Judiciary Committee this week that he was not supporting any specific amendment to the Constitution on the issue of permitting prayers and Biblereading in the public schools. But, he said, he was interested in obtaining "an" amendment. He was one of several religious spokesmen testifying before the Ct mmittee which has before it a number of constitutional amendI ment proposals to void the U.S. Supreme Court ban on such religious practices. Bishop Sheen said at one point, under questioning, that he was not sure a Constitutional amendment was really needed. After the hearing, he told reporters that it might be adequate if Congress simply passed a law permitting school prayers. He also conceded a specific amendment introduced in tne House might be a violation of the First Amendment. Leo Pfeffer, American Jewish Congress general counsel, told the cemmittee that many of the arguments for an amendment were using "myths" and "fictions." One such fiction, he said, was that such religious practices have been going on for ISO years without objection. Others, he said, were that there is only one Bible and that all prayers are addressed to the same God; that H • child can be excused, there can be valid objection to such practices; that only "atheists" and "secularists" oppose the proposed Constitutional amendment, and that the Supreme Court had forbidden the mention of God, the Bible and religion in the public schools. All of these, he declared, "are untrue." Dr. Edwin Tuller. general secretary of the American Bap 1 : convention, appeared as a rep •• sentative of his church and on hall of the National Council 1 Churches, an organization ol 31 nominations with 40.ooo.000 mi ;bers. He declared lhal prrpn.it, ., prayers in public schools woulda clear case of tampering v' the First Amendment's guarant ol religious freedom. He told)dl education." Rep. Frank Becker. New Y< ck Republican, testified in behalf ;>f his proposed amendment. He said his goal was a return to "n< .-.denominational" prayers. He w .a asked who would be responsible, under his amendment, for deciur.vj the type of prayer. Rep. Becker said the matter of the wordi could be left to "local authorities He was questioned on what he meant by "non-denominations I" and was asked whether he could i accept the use of the word "Alla'i" as equally suitable with the wo >t "God." He said he consider I such questions irrelevant but Re >. Jacob Gilbert, New York Democrat, cited his reply as dramat'xing the content of non-denomi tional prayers. HOME IMPROVEMENT? LOANS? Yes, speedily — at low bank rates. DETAILS WITHOUT M :%  OBLIGATION? Certainly! What's more you don't have to be a bank customer to qualify. Installment Loan Department open 'til 3:30, Mopday thru Friday. Park frtm For One Hour TS7 CAPITAL NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI hnw rij Mi irt>iiii11** Bwh 117 N.E. 1ST AVE FR 1-9641 Member! Federal R( serve. Federal Deposit ins Announcing Canadian Lord Calvert. This is as fine a whisky as ever came out or" Canada. 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fage B-A wJemUti tkrkticin Friday. May 3 ^ JJsVrged to Assure Israel Defense Continued from P9.e '* ernment officials in connect.on with American a<6 to Nasser that economic .id and surplus food c-oes not contribute to th arms race. •There is no real diffo between economic and miiitao aid." h Mi %  ,na frank to pretend that our econsolution for the Arab r-, 3tt settlement in Arab lar have space and econ c tunity for them." which PPr. mSe aid does 1 • ,ne m '"**P "ii tfd to Egypt more specifically by Sen. Huo* Scott Pennsylvania Republican, who expressed the hop* that President Johnson "will examine the situation again in view of the recent clear evidence of Nassers expansionist and im)rnmeT1 t to re. ^ perialistic drive that threatens huyoctt attempts in A (] not only Israel but Western posica j, ed attM ,tion to th, • ^ tior.s of strength.' dOapttC successive pled bytjj ..First the United State, must Administrations Cjai | The Commute urgi i e Q~Secondfv. remains closed to |ara< --iippm^ Istop all aid to f^~£T£ n conclusion, the rtaten *75 larvr: the recipient cour, urge rodent .f^f"'" !" American initiate I g ,rv Accord*!*, e have some SKUT lhc poss.bilitv of Proving ^^ ^^^ "Vito shop^ in Moseo. rsci as „ did in 1962--to^offset !" o £, J^^ aid to ^ dan r o L advantage that both ^^ ^ ^ ^ ^ beer, declining as a re,, s anri soviet aid ha* given to rtttenwm trp her economy progress. Eflrp Sen Scott declared '-r the Hi Isidor Chaikin iteft> explains action sculpture to Rabbi Mayer SSnowitx. scritual leader of Temple Menorah where the Chaikin exhir.: -.v-.'.l take place May 10 to U. Oldster Finds New Interest v Aceotaingiy. — !" %  toci "",•?" —• .::_. — fn ,, Arab peace nee nVisaivin,about u-nomic a,d -o mi!l!ar de (ense equipment to r tountry v^ lne ohi nation which shop> in Mosco* r ci as we didjn {or arm brael ha suit of her econom.. proves* Egrpt Congressman Morg ar f*\ i n ,ts statement of policy the y lcrol %  X or .ill e ct:t a ". :i %  .. ._. .grown* TOUffig ISrOel ., endanser> her u '* ,en n o r,' n : danger created b> Arab agcre>%  I J ftirArc cmra^ = those who threaten her. ^ ..,.,) concern inSTOIIS V^TTICerS Since Israel mun divert much of .,,. pouring threat Ma>#>finn Horn her states and the rest MT incciiiiy nere EC of the c:.ncentratior. of 8 ri d. the Arab states Ra bbi Sher*:-. SI %  f her ^ generous ecootl:a l leader of Y< neig iM the Unit ter Miami %  -' %  %  ptUK b] aaakin from May 10 to 13 in the Tenp'.e Labrarj Tr • j j have been ent re< 1 previoui ;rt him thoroughly proved He w'.tl advise youngsters how to widen their scope of interest and UT9* e V rs of his age how to hroaden their interests so &f hat "oW age tan become like old wine, sweeter and better.' Rab'r: Mayer Abramowitz. sp tual leader of the Temple, initiated the idea for Chaikin s exhibit STd urged him to share his enthusiasm and his ideas with members of the community 'People ys speak o: counting one's r*s-;His. the rabbi said in ^, iking of the forthcoming exLog B'Omer Celebration Students participated in a brief Lag B'Omer celebration at Beth Kodesh Congregation on Sunday morning At 10 am. the confirmation group met with Rabbi Has Shapiro. hibit I bei:ev. Chaikin was a dress d<. and retired after ^ v.:%  : a very active business career He ne U Miami -; 1 I" %  I three years at r.ere .omfortable home and mi's lovely weather, he found retirement to be "a most unpl ant occupation. He turned to the field of art and studied sculpture. After a year of intensive study, found a new outlet for his creative talents which keep him occupied and removed from all problems of retirement. two alternative-enrol _. cr dedicated to tl SP,V^'' in the .-•• •• statement D r. Sotomen Nussl :.. or prep... %  ff f the> Nri _., L \iarv.n Lippi -,: vice pre, ta SfcJ! :; if"^ trea Admir.:5trancr-. that Abe second alternative—make* cerThe pohcy st tem nt commended President Johnson's support of Israel's water development program, and also detain that Israel hs arms to defend hersti:. he declared The call for American arms to Israel was spelled cot even Kalchi lbs, Abraham Auror. tecrel Board of Director^ re Mamy Frand. Ernest Fit! i ^T. Bi> mel. 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dcy, Mtty 8, 1964 *Jenist> norldfian Page 7-A I9N CM GQAL IZStxSOO ins "&McttOut QOQ/. % %  •'OQC %  'S5.G02 ^70.014 21059 1 '-'i 8.0 75 iport to Combined Jewish Appeal campaiqn workers for v. 29 read SI.218.075 at the beginning of the evening, but the time the meeting was over additional contributions of ,000 brought in by workers attending the Evening of Tribrmsed the figure to SI,253,075. Dr. Irving Lehrman. CJA npaign chairman, and Mrs. Lehrman, and Chairman of jstees of the Federation Sam Blank and Mrs. Blank, were iong those participating in the meeting and sharing in the •vs that Combined Jewish Appeal Campaign is within reach its aoal of SI.386,500, some SI00,000 more than was raised 1963. ibined Jewish Appeal Reaches '74,650 in Drive to Hit Goal tm Iws I ement that the Combinewkh Appeal Campaign had led a total of Si .274,650 in its to obtain SI.386.500'was made [week by Rabbi Irving Lehrcampaign chairman. | am confident that the goal [be attained, resulting in an lase of $100,000 above our last W$ CJA total." Rabbi Lehrman [ "The balance of the camre-^ts with our workers who ng cards for pledges not added to the campaign !" laid, ptfn art h> •treat: ligar, a pleri: linal surge to meet the .rge every worker with card to contact his prostl'rough a personal visit and ertlain tue importance of the additton;. 1 '>. %  our local community .nd 'i i'.lA> agencies here, Attainment of the goal would mean increased services by Federation's agencies." Declared the CJA chairman: "I am confident that the goal can be attained and even over-subscribed to a total as high as $1,400,000. This would represent a dramatic breakthrough for Federation — tor local needs in our community, as well as for rescue and rehabilitation for the United Jewish Appeal in Israel and 30 countries overseas." The CJA chairman announced that of 7.700 contributions received to date, over 1.600 are from new givers who have not previous1\ supported the campaign. 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COURSMON *• %  *••> Hat — W ate •—< Germans Report Nasser's A-War Plans for Israel Continued from Page 1-A power standards, it was pointed out that such a bomb is sufticient lor the destruction of Israel's highlyconcentrated centers of population. This project has been delayed somewhat by the inability of the German scientists, thus far, to make an easily transportable bomb Or nuclear war head, light enough ti> be fitted onto a rocket. But the project, according to the report, has probably not been abandoned. One of Nasser's plans, discussed with his closest advisors, s.iid the report, was to try to obtain some of the Hiroshima-type A bombs by bribing Royal Air Force officers to bring three or tour of them to Egypt stealthily. The bribes would have amounted to $8,000,000 per bomb. The second feature of the Nasser program is called "Operation Ibis," and involves the making of small missiles with "limited radioactive fallout." These could be used as bombs dropped by planes, or as warheads, or as shells fired by artillery. The German informants told the Guardian correspondent they believed that this type of missile has already been produced by the German scientists in Egypt, and is being stockpiled in Egypt. The third phase of the Nasser progiam, called "Operation Stron lium-80," has been reportedly given serious consideration by Nasser for causing heavy civilian losses among the Israelis when iinall packages of Strontium-90 ;.re dropped over Israel. The key figure in "Operation Strontium-90" was reportedly Prof. Wolfgang von Piltz, a German rocket specialist. Later, the report stated, SOflM electronic experts, also Germans, were brought into this project, and some Egyptian scientists and nuclear experts were added. The report said that there Tias been a definite breakthrough by Egypt in "the field of light and easily transportable missiles, containing quantities of radioactive material. 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Fage 8-A *Jmistncrkfk*n Friday. May 8, By: EDWARD COHEN Top Pro Finds Writing 'Rotten Business' The only Heat tii in the authors' file at the West Flaglcr Branch ot the Miami Public I ibrary is Gabriel, noted as a i idio newscaster. This doesn't faze his son. Basil, i full-time practicing author ot I n published novels and more lan 100 short stories. "People I run into at cock•ail parties c"own here first ask -ne what I do for a living. Or, Knowing I write, they would ike to know the name I use. Well, it's a job, r.ot very pleasant either. It's lonely, and doesn't pay very well, and I don't even know how I got into t—but I'm stuck." In August. Basil Header's tenth : iok. "The Better Part of Valor." novel of war at sea. will be ublished by Doublcday. His irst. "The Dim View." which he • alls "the easiest one to write. • le one that got the best critical %  oception and made the most money,*' is available at the mam I ranch of the local library along ith "Captain's Lady." of the •n published Slept Alongside JFK The new novel, according to I ic jacket, "is the saga of the i len who manned the PT boats i the dark early days of the ar with the Japanese," and is nother in the action-type fic%  on media with which Heatter nds himself most at home. He pent five years in the Navy | i tiring World War II. and at PT BASIL HEATTER mining a vein think they're terribly narrow and insular, and I'm tired ot their standardized stories ot Jiui-h American life. They're all 'Abie's Irish Rose' brought up to date with a modern literary veneer. "My own feeling is that they're mining an old vein until it runs out. Because Jews are great readers the field is easily exploited. It doesn't take many sales to have a fiction best seller, you know, so thefe fellows don't gamble; they stick with a formula. Well, a good writer should write about many things and this is where I think they fail." Heatter, who has hammered out a let of original paperbacks of suspense and mystery, apparently is not immune to the Jewish syndrome, himself, l" "Any ManGirl"—{"she was ripe fruit, ready to fall"'—he tie scribes the reactions of one "1 his leading characters, Don Wax man. to being called an antiSemitic name bj a "Florida cracker" lor the first time "since his childhood on the -Ireetol Flatbush." The attitude of the communit) toward northern jews who became involved in -,• iking justice lor one ot the residents i> also exposed in this Gold Medal edition A further chapter devoted to Waxman's rifle defense of his tomato patch tied his hero to ••the shoreof the sea ol C.ih lee ..i Ncbeusha or Kvorshaba There were other farmers who were out protecting 'heir crops not ail the Jewish intellectuals were sitting on park benches Jewish-or any other social and organiiational inyolvement _is not for him. Married to the former Lila Greenspan, who spent her childhood here, and who has made huge gifts to Mt. Sinai Hospital, he lives a restricted life "either traveling or locked up in a room writing. I'm not happy here, but then |j3 I would be happy anywhi^J; According to the | a t es Jjj jacket. He -lives and wonj an old Moorish-tvp,. huu>e o ni y southeast coast of Florida ot2 looking the Cult stream 3 he is not writing, he i> a his bright red ketch, Tompi, Rose," which i tied to the 3 alongside the home on DiU Island. Early Traveler Before mo\ ing here eight nj ago to join ter. Heatter had lived in • J York area, work;: ,„ an i agency prior to the war and 3 coming a full-time prule.-ij writer upon disci Navy He gav< up tormal ea| Cation when he .,by bike for a year throiS Kurope at that a e "*Mm special excitement He knowonl) i ;he rej.1 dent authors. 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Transportation Provided Lunches Included Twice Weekly Air-Conditioned Classrooms i ach other again after we ship i ed out to diflerent areas." of the laculty the Lnited States. As far as he is concerned, the ... .. Lndcr the direction ot Rabbi i .loan Cohen. Hyman Cohen. Rose Max A. Lipschitz, spiritual leadcomm, Gladys Diamond. Osenath ei of the congregation. Abraham Elfenbein, Emanuel Keder, Dor1 J. Gittelson, education director, othy Gruen. Florence Ginesin, • 'ntemporary writing scene is a uzzle. "The primary function of ction writer is to tell a story. a nd"Mrs.""sidne7 Kesh)ansky,"preRosalie"HirschberX'shi'rlev'Levin! lost of the New Yorker school school supe rvisor. more than 700 K av Levin Abraham Lewis, Janet .aye me cold; they tell stones students attended classes ranging Marshall. Tova Oamen. Meira just cant comprehend, and from nurse ry through high school, Komer. Madge Rosenbaum. 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I ge 10-A *>Jenist>fk***i**r Friday, May 8, iM Cardinal Spellman Hits Libel of Jews for Crutifwion ^UIMr ,„. ..u -aw feelings about Tew1trTr*sVT*ey Continued from Page 1A mentation. lorris B Aln siek-nt. told the i.iw .tinner thai "the truths Jews ted se ccmctaaiona. with Christianity ,and the • are ral teachings we hold in comi m should be emphasised, oui ( ftiancon confronteel but also i derstood He iirlrierl that as l.tholio. Protestants and Jews linrcd a better undei >tamiin;: ot ir differences, eaeh must also in to view these differences it as evil conspiracies" but i her as 'a legitimate expression a felt need ol one group as .linst another He said that if such efforts as 'he self-examinations now underlay by all th religious groups ..d happened decades ago, par1 cuksiiy in the pre-Httler pertd, the peoples of Western Europe might have been better feelings about Tew1tffn*B."They are mostly second generation Jews with an East European heritage, with occupations in the Vice president, in a report to the "yJJ'JJSJd^Sttlafc^M ;' i l "' i professions and trades in the middle income groups. Utevilto*i made up ol third The idea ot 'a mongenera tlon Jewry of German back „, fce J~> and Jwfeh identity i.. 6 full) in Amen^Mde • Conim.ttee and a former reJ *" !" £ ££"£££ K^ £ ieiH ol the award, made the •> Dr John Slawson. execuu e wM rapidly and wide ly be.ni most common in the South I tions of the rural North tuck in New Hampshire, and in norfc western areas uch a s | d ,. The substitute practices whiA the survey has found to be tu! ly introduced, include meditation, silent vice iiimw -%  -jn ,, u i nitea SWIM •" ,..„.. committee ^"" al meetta*. Citing extensive w ,,,.,,,-cierwhile al HK,I -de research bj the Committee, he mi( lmu „ u American so e u %  %  • %  '••*" (H IV vu becoming increasing!! creased and intensities 'tiles P !" vtr, The will of American Jews to survive as Jews is the strongest expression of Jewish identity. The vast majority of Jews seek survival as a group. American Jews have the greatest opportunity in their history to develop their identity within "a framework of Jewish self-regard" white participating fully in American life. He reported that American Jew l.-h leaders believe that "defense against assimilation" is even more urgent than defense against discrimination. He defined assimilation as "trying to forget one is a Jew." He said there was an increased receptivity in the United states to "ethnic and religious pluralistic. .... oiithic America" lost its "myunc m (|u upper miri(He rang e potency when the Americans -. ^ { m ^ ..,.„,,„, H opk .. he uleeted a catholic President, ,. ip „, u .,i. "share with Rivertoni He cited studies ol the Commit Jews |h( wiU ,„ survive as Jews.' lee on the issue, including one ()f n [ictionaHy na r 1 d RIV aT anotner tio,1 reason to the U.S. SuAtlantic ~e.du.ard. and Mother ^^ banning named "LakevUle in the mid j;^, | ( :i(lina ;in<1 ri ,,„ a t.on of the west. Lna s prgyer in public schools In Riverton, the Committee were made public The survey, found that 93 per cent of the llllim "widespread compliance parents and 9S per cent of their (hroughOUt the country and patriotic exercises.' In accepting tin Medallion n. Secretary of State said that u United states Governmeoi 4 watching the situation of thej !" Jewish restrictionidentity as Jews while participatquipped to resist Nesism and elivorsity" and the achievement of •-e "courageous religious leed-s who opposed Hitler" might r*ve found support among their I : ngregsnts. arland Cleveland, Assistant i retaiy of State for l::ternationA(fairs, said at another session t world opinion was becoming increasingly powerful weapon pierce national frontiers of < mtriis practicing prejudice and ( -crimination He cited the re< it exposure in the Committee the virulently anti-Semitic Kiev .k. Judaism Without Embellment." which, he said, caus tin' Soviet Government to re liati le s.m! thai the ?xpose "onlislj dul not end atlti Senutisin %  the Sen iet Union" but the es %  tie) point was "that a governn! often considered immune to ilit opinion was moved this e t, take action against the iirce ol irritation rather than ..: %  >• its accusi rs Though lited, he said, 11 was "action i that i> more than ever hap< l before n evaluation of the situation adolescent children wanted to re main Jew.. It was also found that 82 per cent of the parents and 88 per cent of the adolescents said they would choose to be reborn Jews and more than two-thirds of the parents and nearly three-fourths of the adolescents expressed positive pockets of discontent which exist m a number of regions. The survev also found "widespread introduction ot substitute practices' for those which had been banned by the supreme Court decision. Outright defiance of the Supreme Court was found to be %  • there, n, added that the Soviet (iovernmej also was aware DI the I'mtn Slates' concern oxer the treatnw; of Russian Jews Recalling the recent conftrng in Washington ol American J. ish organizations seeking to j*. liorate the plight ot Soviet Jewri he expressed the hope that t> next I'nited NationGeneral || -,embly wouM act on the recoa. mendation against religious os. pression and he stressed that ta> Johnson Adrmnistratinn uuj ratification of the internatiotat genocide pact by the V ntted State! 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Page 12-A *>Jewlslincrldtiari j^doy. Meg 3.f^ 4 Seminary Executive in Miami to Direct Research History of Jewish Community Beth David Youth Commission will honor the graduating coniirmands of 1964 and the Alumni Class of 1963 with a supper party on Saturday night, May 23, at 7:30 p.m.. in Spector Hall. Planning the function are Jerome Orlin (right), president of the confirmation class at Beth David, and Fred Wellisch, president of the 1963 alumni, with Barbara Greene and Ann Marie Steinberg (left and right), members of the 1964 class. In charge of information are Mrs. Simon Weiss and Mrs. Phillip Schifi. Orlando Temple Invites Mandel Cantor Emanucl Mandel has been engaged by Congregation Ohev Shalom, of Orlando, for the coming High Holiday services. Coming to Miami to make the ;irrangcments with Cantor Mandel was the congregation's president. Al Rutberg. In Orlando recently to install officers of the Jewish War Veterans Post there, Mandel who is also the Florida State Department Commander of JWV. visited Ohev Shalom for the Sabbath services. Recognized as a visiting cantor, he was given the honor of chant ing. •Rabbi Rudolph J. Adler and our congregants were so pleased that an invitation was immediately extended to him to be the cantor for the holidays," Rutberg declared. An 11-year resiGcnt of North Miami Beach. Cantor Mandel has served Congregation B'nai Raphael for seven years. He has also officiated at service! the past four years at JWV national conventions. '/Mothers to be Honored Beth Torah Men's Club will hon1 or congregation mothers at a I special breakfast on Sunday morning at 9 a.m. J Dr. Gladys Rosen, executive associate <>f the American Jewish 11.story Center, was in Miami this week to direct research for a projected book on the Jewish community of Greater Miami. The Center is a department oi the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. Dr. Rosen arrived here for discussions with Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader ol Temple Emanu-El. she is co-author of the projected work with him. The New York executive was in Miami to activate research on the project which began with a conference held in Miami sometime ago inspired by Dr. Moshe Davis, former provost of the Seminary, who is currently teaching at the Institute of Contemporary Jewry at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Co-directors of Ihe Miami Jewish community research project are Dr. Davis; Prof. Salo W. Baron, of Columbia University; and Allan Nevins. emeritus of Columbia, and now of the Huntington Library in California. Dr. Rosen holds a doctorate in Semitic languages and literature from Columbia. The book on the Miami Jewish community will take the lorm of a history of its development. "We ', are still looking for pertinent material, which may be lying in the files and long-unopened clos%  e ts and cabinets of many MiamiI K U," Dr. Rosen declared. During her stay here. Dr. Rosen conferred with such long-time leaders as Stanley C Myers. Bay Harbor Islands Mayor Shepard Broad, Baron de Hirsch Meyer and Sam Blank "These and other persons here, we hope, will come up with invaluable memorabilia and documents relating to the history of Miami Jewry." Engaged In coordinating the local research project here is Mrs. Arnold Perlmutter. whose husband iv ;i member of the faculty al the University of Miami. Miamians who believe they have information, documents, lettcrs, organizational minutes or an) other historical data of interest should contact Dr. Lchrman's office al Temple Emanu-El, Dr. Rosen urged, or Mrs. Perlmutter Bl (.65-4038. y LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK N.W. 25th Street at 103rd Avenue invites the Greater Miami Jewish Community At Large to attend A COMMUNITY MOTHER'S DAY MEMORIAL SERVICE to be conducted by RABBI MAX LIPSCHITZ assisted by CANTOR BEN-ZION KIRSCHENBAUM to be held SUNDAY, MAY 10th, 1964 at 11:30 A.M. FOR INFORMATION OR DIRECTIONS Telephone TU 5-1689 h MIAMI IIACH. FUOIO WII ex %  !_<•-; %  • *VN|IUL O.ntCTON A GELB MONUMENTS INC. Open fvery Day • Closed Sobbofa 140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583 Miami's Only Strictly Jewish Monument Dealer Miami Hebrew Book Store ISRAELI a\ DOMESTIC GIFTS Hebrew Religious Supplies for Synagogues. Schools c Pi ivate Use 1585 WASHINGTON AVE. 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y. May 8. 1964 A lew 1st! for Mian Higious Services ^Jltls 'VJee/tenJ Page 13-A fSSlSBU&UBFJt,] IvAT SHALOM CONGREGApN. 983 SW 67th Ave. Ortnodox. fitor lraei Kershner. HE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave. Lservative. Rabbi Abraham Schrtz. DAVIO. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con..ative. RaDoi Norman N. Shapiro. htor William W. L.Dion Baa Mltsvah: Cheryl ichler ..; .Mr. ami .Mrs. Her•••II. Saturday '.' u.m. Bar 11_i Peeven, son of Mr. and |.v ; .\ silver. ,1 EL. 500 SW 17th aw*. Orthodon. bCi Solomon Schiff. CANDLEUGHTING TIME 26 Ivor —6:36 pjn. fir-i grade idll ooitduol pan ,,, %  th aervla* Siittir.lay t:4S a.m. .III 33 ^1 School Btudenla will be honored. Infani eon of l>r. und Mrs, Lee Regnaia will be named. Saturday u u.m. TEMPLE BETH SH RAH. 750n SW 120 thSt. Recsnstructionist. Rabbi Morn. Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. Friday 8:18 p.m. Sermon: "Third <:,n•'' ""•" Amori.-an-JewUh Purenta." Saturday 10:30 a.m. Sermon: "What it aleana t.. Honor Parents." — • I TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe at. Conaervativs Rabbi Morton Malavikv. Cantor Ernett Sterner. dr.. Se. Miami. Reform. Rabbi TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, 4144 Chaat eve. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronuh Canton David Conviwr. BrnlTch TSSSSL 8e !" „n; EftL •• %  %  Wert, Raipl. rdd^duatl^of^x^" ^ff 2? ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Orthodox, bbi H. LJ • Rottman. JACOB. 301-311 Washington OMiiojo. R.ibbi Tibor Stern. tiii % % %  Maurice Mamches. KODESM 1101 SW 1ith ava. jdern Traditional. Rabbi Max 11 %  o Cantor Fred Bernstein. .i in Sermon: "A Mo. i-.iii. "The Portion "i L...— .; ;. III A View from the |H MObHt CONGREGATION. W O^Rie Hwy. Conservative. i Simon April. Cantor Hyman Sermon: "Do Xot Hi 1 I'.IS MIlXVUll i ulii. %  : %  -I Ml and T tin..... s-.tt ill.i ii k RAPHAEL 139 NW 3rd .Ive p < Ralph Krieger, secreTFILAH, 955 Etnslid ave. Or. |t, RabU Joseph E. RackovsKy — e — TORAH. 164-.I, st. and NE 11th I Conservative. R.ibbi Max LipCantor Ben-Zioh KirschenI i .ml 8&IS v m. BdHnoi "Men % %  i il to M..1,. VI. %  % ;. UH. iMoatuent, in in%  .. in Hai Mil: .. i HI ii Mrs. Man •I. S..II l>| Mr, .111.1 Ml B Ku> : I / • | RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St rvative. Rabbi Harold Richter. % >• Jack Lerner. .^ P HI. Sermon: "II. r Clill' y il. i i: -.. ,i. .s.,un .I..! > 3D MilZV ill l.:.rr> son of Mr. I Bai;. %  •> Elarah. IR GRANAOA. 50 NW 51st ative. Rabbi David RoaCantor Georae Goldberg. 5MS p.n Saturday R:.1tl a.m. "Portion of the Week." —— • JDEROALE EMANU-EL. 1801 ndrews ave. Reform. Rabbi ro M. Lrviton LITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th inservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu |lriky. Cantor Louis Cohen. 10 and 8:13 p.m. Lecture on \ of HiJews," (ollowi a b) ..ml answer period, Ba>turI a.m. Sermon i "Practical \. ifhbor." |TH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. dox. R.ibbi David Lehrfield. Jr Abraham Seif. BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544 llnflton ave Orthodox. Rabbi km Strassfeld. — • • AIRES CONGREGATION. • d Rd. Modern Traditional. • I6HALOM 911 Normandy dr., Tlox. R.iobi Phineaa WeDer. IWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th pnservat.ve. Rabbi Zevi Green| 1 ..: I Q ::> i> m Sermon %  in s'urv Ive In -in -Mil las 8:80 |i ... e — |PDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645 Ave Rev Cantor Sadi NahSal urdn.i S 80 .. m SerI .! Mnturyn.t s :l Ii > uf LAu ," |E ADATH YESHURUN. Con. 10>5 NE 183rd St.. Miami |r ; Rd. R.ibbi Jonah E Caplan. •i MAUI-IC* Neu. I< i and 13 p.m. Students ol ; •n r .Mr. lUta Norman Undau! TEMPLE BNA. XBRAHAM. sa. TEMPLE BETH EL OF uni i v : NE 167th St. Concervative. Rabbi WOOD. 1351 S. 14 a F Refo; m fifi?? jf" z ">"nCantor AlexRabbi Samuel Jaffa e rm ,nder Cohen^ >>'"> TH". P..". Parent, of is.-llai..,,* • TEMPLE BNA! SHOLOM. 16800 NW We Must Support Our Institutions of Learning B y RABBI ALLEN RUTCHIK United Synagogue of America Even today, when we afe sensitive in the needs ol our-schools and to tin. importance of education, most ni us would be skeptical at the thought of-nne p;irticular school holding toe Eate ol an entire people in its hands. Yet this is what actually bap pened in ancient times, and If is happening, to a degree, this very day in America. The Human Empire destroyed Jerusalem and the Holy Temple, in the year 70 C. E. The land was desolate, its leaders slain. its institutions ravaged. Rabbi Yochanan ben Zakkai asked for permission to establish a school at Yavneh. a small town near the Mediterranean coast. The small school nurtured great minds, a magnificent tradition was enriched, while the people's soul lived on. Yavneh was a small school, but a great one because it breathed life into our people at a moment of desperate need. This is the year 1964. We live in a glorious land of freedom; we support and are sustained by the State of Israel. Our institutions and community organizations are intact and flourishing. Our leaders are respected, and their message is eagerly heard. We suffer, not from pains of destruction, but as one who is hungry in the midst of plenty. Our people wish to learn, to be led, but alas, we have few teachers and leaders who can serve. We need not create another Yavneh to keep our people alive; Yavneh is already here— but it struggles to do its work. often neglected by the very peoRABBI AUtN RUTCHIK oreof schools needed pie who clamor for leadership. Today's equivalent of Yavneh are the rabbinical schools and Hebrew teachers institutes of our country, small schools, but great ones. What good are the multitude of activities and programs, the numerous conventions and speeches, if tomorrow we awake to find a contented, free, and prosperous people, suddenly without teachers, from whom to learn, without rabbis to lead? The issue is quite clear; more important than anything at the moment is the need to maintain the modern day Yavnehs of our country. I urge all Jews to open their hearts to every seminary and school working to train Jewish leaders for the great tomorhow that can be ours it we uiJl it. 22 ave. Conaervative. Rabbi S M. Machtei. Friday K:::u p.m. L*w Pay Rervicea Oui-ei vpeaker, Keymour London. Oneff Hnabbnt boated liy Sisi.rho.nl. Baturnaj '.•;:.. ay)!. Youth Services. TEMPLE Eh*NU-EL. 1701 Washington ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler. Prlday 8:30 p.m. Saturday I a.m Bai -Miiz.aii: Jay, .-..n uf Mr. and -Mis. Benjamin Levin Has Mltsvnh: Allea, daughter ol .Mr.-. Eidyth II. Qelger. TEMPLE ISRAEL* "isT NE 19th St. Heform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. I Friday 8:18 p.m. Herinon: "The Prayer Amendment to the I'l.iiMltiitioii." Rellirloua School and Henlor llinh Department graduates srll be honored. TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ava Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordeca Podet and Cantor Oordon Richards. r*riilav sir, p.m, I'ulj.it -Ku.-st. i: a hl,i snn ford s.lt.-r. rittional director, I'nion of American llelirrw <'..n*:rrKiilons. Saturday 10:30 a.m. Max -Mitzvah: I'.rn Susan, dauishler uf -Mr. and -Mrs. Siflm-y Deutach'. TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St Conaervative. Rabbi Mayer Abram ewitx. Cantor Edward Klein. FYlda) >:i". p.m. Harmon: "Jenriah ,\i sl '.'"' Batlnctlon." Service* will h.dedlcatiM to .Mother's [las Susan, dauarhtar of Mr. ami Mrs. Melvln Rubel, ill receive Olrl Scouts of America Menm-ah Award, bhturda) !• a.m. Sermon: "The Portion of the UftM liar Mitzvah: Ronald, H < .Mi and .Mis Loula Cohen. TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th st. anc Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi tionai. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz Cantor Saul H. Breeh. 1 i %  %  !• "1 • i Saul II Breeli and in,-ml., t> of Hie Juniol chuli will '" honon .1 .-., .I.I.I.IV is „. m l: ,. UtlSVuh I'.II.MI. .-..|, of \|| n,id \|,„ i.. .II. u.i Cold. hi ra T f"Jf LE ***f>-OM^ Conservative 87so SW 16th St Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor oersnun L,... 1 : |> 111 SUI I! i H S | || I • |ihi n. .-.a I.I Mr and -M % %  iurd Sh I,.,.. • TEMPLE S'NAI OP NORTH MIAMI 19101 \F 15th ave. Reform. R.ID bi Daniel M. Lowy Cantor Chei Gaie. W lal tin H i-lt 1 %  %  %  .i '.•! -. u %  Aitli r... ih!... in May W III he TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 9; Flamingo Way. Conservative. RabD Hyman G|-oss. • TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks Cantor Ben Dickson. l-'ri.l.i.i i:. p.m s.-: n. "Mother's Pay — All \i-ar." Satunluj S 13 an. Sermon: A !•' %  iv I > nl ,!> llnr Mitzvah: luihert, s..n ..i Mr. an.I Mi*. Wlllum i-.-u.i-. TEMPLE ZION. 3720 SW 17th st Conservative. Rabbi Alfred WII man. Cantor Leo Urllcb. I1 -in. iv s:.... ii.mHav .Mitzvah: Sn.-an. daiiKht>-rof f and Mrs. Iteuvan Kalman, Saturday %  • a.m. Bar Mitzvah: All.li. .son of Ml and Mis. Paul Kati. TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miam ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henri Wernick. Friday v::n p.m. Sermon: "CountlnA Day*." Ones Shabbai boated by Sisterhood in honor of Mrs. Etta Kline. I "Mother of the If ear." Saturda) :• a.m. Sermon: "Tho Portion ol the : Week." YOUNG ISRAEL.. ^io" NE 171 at ; Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwm Staubei Prldaj 0::;.. p.m. Saturday :• a.m. Sermon: "Mother's I >aj SAUL RABIN Rabin to Receive Educators Honor Saul Rabin, education director Of Beth David Congregation Reli gious School, was this week chosen among the lirst group of educational leaders In Jewish schools tliioughout the nation to receive a Principal's Certificate from the Board of License oi the American Association for .Jewish Kducation. Folly ni:e principals and educational directors of Jewish Schools) in the United States and Canada will be awarded Principal's Cer> tificates at the 38th annual con-, ference ol the National Council tor Jewish Education opening in. Atlantic City, N.J.. on Thursday, May 21. Rabin is a graduate of Herzliah Hebrew Teachers Institute. Brookis n College and the University of Rochester, from which he received B Master's degree ol Education. He has served as president of the Educators' Council of Greater Miami and of the Florida Region of the Educators Assembly of the United Synagogue of America. At present, he is on the Executive Hoard of the Educators Assembly ol the United Synagogue of America. Lag B'Omer Picnic Students of the Beth El Hebrew and Sunday Schools held their annual Lag B'Omer picnic on Sunday at Crandon Park. Parkinson Meeting Slated A meeting of the Women's Division. National Parkinson Foundation, will be held Thursday. May H. 1 p.m.. in the Charleniagne Room of the Deauville Hotel i Available yearly or High Holidays. All-around Cantor, Baal Musef, Baal Koreh & Shofar. REV. HY ISRAEL 3361 SW 26th St. Ph. 445-2760 rynr* —— %  "" %  MPLE EMANU-EL 701 WASHINGTON AVE. Miami Beach several openings for )AY SCHOOL TEACHERS Ho 1964-65 school year. be certified end licensed pode County School System. send complete biographical rmution with application. Harmony Lodge Installs Officers Bernard Langberg was installed president of Harmony Lodge, B'nai B'rith, at installation ceremonies during the Florida Federation convention here last week. In accepting the gavel, Langberg announced a charter membership of "well over 100." The group's first president, Charles Kossove, now president of Freedom Lodge, was installed honorary president. Others installed were Morton B. Luxner. Michael Ross, Rabbi Max Lipschitz. and Paul Besser, vice presidents; William Wiener, financial secretary; Arthur Lubar, recording secretary; Hy Astor, corresponding secretary; Lawrence Sootin, treasurer; Moray Sklarov, chaplain; and Barnard Gold, warden. rnim %  ."Iw'el.M J David H. Ratner and William RGE CONSERVATIVE NGREGATI0N SEEKS CH001 SECRETARY ur& Woman Preferred. 1 Write to L. C. P.O. Box 2973 r M. Wolfe were installed in absentia as trustees. Installed directora were Jerry J. DuDell. Nathan S. Glazier. Abe Silver. Judge Norman H. Goldstein. Judge Martin P. Shachat. Bernard Berman. Stanley B. Goldberg. Martin Mandell, Joseph Schmier, Max Silver. Jerome Wiatric. Jack Raphael and Jerry Nagle. Installing officer was Judge Milton S. Friedman, past president of District Grand Lodge 5. Harmony Lodge meets the first Monday of every month at Beth Torah Congregation. Guest speaker Monday was Ben Essen, Miami attorney, who discussed "AntiSemitism in the Soviet Union." On June 1. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan, spiritual leader of Temple Adath Yeshurun. will address Harmony Lodge on "Three R's or Knur?" OFFICES OF DISTINCTION bv PAVLOW Office designs •Hid furnishings elirsct from manufacturer



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.'-gn U-A *Jewlsti fhridiar Friday, May 8. 1964 Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDUN Literary Polemic That Deserves a Meaningful Reward THE FANATIC. By Mayer Levin. 478 pp. New York: Simon and Schustar. 630 Fifth Ave. $5.95. L IKE "COMPULSION," like "Kva." Mcjur Levin's, controversial now book is written in the tradition .1 realistic fiction I have worked away rron) the actuality, tor the Important reason that l wanted to convey an emotional rather than a cir cuintantul experience.' hf writes in the Foreword, that the emotional experience has been ripped from his inakfan, I'ITMU the a :ony of tin by now well known circumstantial experience, is a fact that increases the creative depths of the novel, but should have no beating on its literary evaluation The .-lory isoon through the oyos of I dead writer, Lap Kite, whose murdered bodji rots m i mau grave at A-aacbente. but whese spirit, dybbak like lives in the manuscript of his book and in the consciousness of those concerned with his message L0 stands as svmbol and voice of the six million, and it is with the sacredness of that trust that a voung American rabbi and .vriter. Maury Hnkle•tein. who has stumbled across the manuscript., and f&Uefc in love with Leo'l girl. Anika. tries to get the book published in the United States The book is published and is wildly successful. It becomes a tremendously valuable property, and Mnuiy's mission is to dramatize it so that l.eo's words in their splendid final assertion of Jewishness and Zionism will ring out on the stage in living \oices. What happens to the oook — and to Maury. and to Anika, now his wife torm the substance of this novel, it is a terrifying, Kafka esque nightmarc of the ways in which an artist's work can be As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL Wallace Reminds Us of an Old World Custom G HOSTS OF THE grand kleagies, >> ih and cyclop* wrapped in the evitahle nightdress of the Ku Klux an b o w ed ave* Indiana's preatden i pr men e le c tio n Gw George C Mane, oi Uabanaa. sparred by his -cousin coup, has been difgtng hard %  r years in the Hoosier State And Ifl at land ol the Wnbaeh, as the grej itnds among as remember, the Ku K ul Man cut o deeply into politics in the second and nil decades ot this century that a governor Ol Indiana .1 a major Oi IndlSOnpttHi were indicted am) convict t, wiuie Kn Klux Kian Grand Dragon D C S ta p h en enn foreign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN An Unjust Demand jrnanaeen THE PRESSURE SOU being eaerted bj %  ... n Israel that i aton at at Nebi Rubin be in Internal al A M • r"n %  ..pet • S I M. return?. r yean dm react Mj %  • s. check aa indents •%  araet his seeeataaaa %  .. >. > tan : <-xpane : Jefca, bet K rente. ic->. -aauoaai Aceuoy \s .r ih* man of ber reactor %  .. aWnaaestiaa adopt*, aanag hanannt : -. ..-:...-:. -,: • -: i;. :: r .• > Ml M K-bac reacaar piacwd under ta* Apeney'* a> .-rw**w has been used ta creaae the t r r on eoci .m that Israel u opposod aa ts>e trry idea 4*eraecaauol miar -TUT Ths* Ini hem the mm as can be The fact J> that Israe-. gpirwd the exteauaan the Acer. <-. .-ii TV%*CS. Thar nan *&* the stand tacts -*e bass. Ce*ea debut < an is* >**eev n>iiiatanah\i. .: etas :v An: >:. hdt afi xveed agaanst %  The I raanftrsea are a uau aw.^ represenled or "V Kxari Te years agv (ha :in&*i*c? H Pre* Btrinra. bend nf isrnet* Aaauaar Eae—c s'.vatnxajaon. anas pan narvaed. ban a. tan lass acute** —nn Arab jiwmii. the nwm an neon to the recreseaatatBY at f^aaraan htxrtr. tast year, the A*ecj etra hbh h P i ^s atuadht Eaaaern %  • -n a n ad la Jsrae-. > .-^-jt m a m t ha t Israca I he barred frwen any awwn to n. Ol Indiana, was sent to prison tor life Some political dopesters figure that II Wa r.ils 264.000 votes in the Wtsconsin-Mci area, he should make a creditable show min Indiana—the heartland Of the early 20th Century Ku Klux Klan There may be a catch to tins prediction Sen Harry GoldwateT i.ot running In the Wisconsin preiimutax) race; aad many who voted tor Wallace may well have been anting to* mark a ticket tor .. states light! advocate Bat in Indiana. Wallace—In his primary contest with Gov. Matthew E. Welsh—should find that Republican vote:have the privilege of casting their ballots tor Goldwater. Again, many Republicans crossed party lines Wis sin to vote tor Wallace whereas Indiana permits no > l .'---o\ or voting In ang event, the Indiana election this week and the Maryland Maj IS election will oner the nation additional opportunities to see how Wallace can draw state with his cry of "Segregation Now. Segregal Tomorrow. Segregation Forever.' Tne balloting BC ITS m the same period in which tied rights lemonstrators are kinds of : -atten tion to their cause. These are young. stra: those people who vote tor Wall) any thine but young in heart arxl spoil S mat %  ,han %  Manx pi iters have < arefullj .. • t out those who botbej the Alabama segi a) toe Valla* Uti ads in Wlscom • [hey talk %  • • : %  %  t %  ... -. i -. .. •... • %  the .... ... %  ..' %  • n %  i %  • i •gal Ann wnanan :." send v.re* i %  %  ar> ?.: %  i rrymg abom be kaons I stice Depart %  PonoroiP": exploited, bastardized, vulgarized, emasculated a distorted. The villains are a publishing house and a particular Broadway coterie, and the especial accusation is a political one: that there are Communist affiliates in these areas dedicated to the sup pression of Zionist works. This is very strong stuff, and the reader will of course, draw the immediate parallels with The Diary of Anne Frank" and Meyer Levin's own experience with the drama rights and the lawsuit which resulted, and the "character assassination' and "blacklisting" which followed, and which, he says still continue. But — such arc the uses ot adversity — he has written a powerful, scathing attack, a plea for the integrity of the for the Jewish vision. There are flaws.* One of them is tbi of the dead Leo's voice, which tends to precious alter a time. Another is that the >jung rabbi'characterisation, as he goes through ih f ordeal of litigation and slander and betrayal, ii nificently done, even to the brutal horn recognizing that the fanatic, even when nghl cu be irritating and tiresome; but it is to the dethmen of the othei figures in the book, none n ap-v, i lus development. A third is Levin's com-' pulsum. perhaps, to document his case .;; cne often has the uncomfortable sense of r< fiction but chronicle: the scenes which arj seem to stand on a different Ii which are documentary. But it ian extraordinarv book ., .. the best of the classic styles of liter... polemic. How does one reward this kind of coun \ remember, always, that it was this puutishi and Schuster, and this writer. Meyer Levin Off ffce Record: By NATHAN ZIPRIN A Messianic Climate SJUHEN WILL Messiah come" liencrations upor. genentWM [of Jews have been a>f. urunswered question .. real Surely Hi -would • and he would br;r.. redemp tion from humih.'.. m per secution and fron. indaae I earthly burdens At I mes he seemed, but vould br ••••:, • fatol Messiahs % %  troubled Vet 1 %  • LaUniasi .. ah %  > bees p it s st s&taoic prognostKat riguuig hist v %  s i al :: ia rest:* Bbet : Jewish aor of a nuaabeT ot .banhnry, par: n aad the Reconstruct KM t • "en-.pt at Lct:on. and sionan. he te.i the the magic of %  It ra. M %  at Ih* I :er. tM a goad no-caa be done. By DAVlO SCHWARTZ Columnist Feels Sura Shakespeare Was No Arab pECEK*"." as asaa Mat i-rarsnaj • ~>* bnhnj bs n %  Kra* : c. %  :--.%  •. gm andi anaanahnj Sham .*r : :ar :-. <^i4:. %  „* >aaa< ... -_i ce i :<, :<-.ias* Spei: rot tan rcaao-end fraat Sagnr dm raant as" one si Iara* j>e: c_r^sers Shaaxs S^pear angat have bean ar>. Nn, 1 son^ ihargi Shahe j nahaga be naga asahaag IM any The one reje r enre a# I • at a nhe Jaahnr ti lsrae~ wsa* • mawn a nnnhi ku ; saiS rant It is hard: se heaanv ihat faar I • uooM BrbK I ti Jahe >-.t^s,-w %  %  •-• \--ir ha-oe ansaed :.r^. B_: rea;> ^-.aieipeare .2 present ptaj are rartaanhj bather for quotatjons e qancatjons without ifcaJcespeare* espearc ire the tan great source* at c-*" 1 0 *: i i i ia i haaaft y SshakespeaTe himself c ^.'•--&f ; Ir.rr :.v Bihie He sps* She outd V pans



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[day. May 8, 1964 *Jp?i<#> Mrricfirin Page !5-A LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDFR FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ... iTICK IS HEREBY IIIVJON thai f iTiW.Vyftrr.-'ir. Welrint "til eiflndY business nii'i'-r the fictitious nami \! ,v M l-l'.'l 'i:s al 127*1 N W 02nd Miami, Florida Intends to reg-.iii name with the Clerk of the ill Court "i' Dad* County, Fluri: H I.IIJI'I "It VI 'Kl'i IRATII IN a l-'l-i. i lorp. h'i:US, HRI M IN -\ KAPLAN it.. i if i.for Applicant .. s v\ 1st Street _______ 4/17-24, 5/1-11 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE [ELEVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNT/ IN CHANCERY No. 64C 4113 III I IS RERAN, Plaintiff, M \l!lA RERAN, I lefendiint. SUIT FOR DIVORCE %  i i MARIA RERAN %  .i Thomas Lcaclone 2636 Northwest lstreet Apartment No. fin Washington, D.C. V..U. MARIA HKRAN, Hie hereb) .lifted that a Bill ol Complaint for itvorce has been fll,.,i against you, -ii.i you are required t' serve B COIO our Answer or I'leading to th. Rill ..f '••iikfplsti>it on the Plaintiff's attorney, BERT K. oi.so.N. B13 AiusBulMina;, Miami, Dade County, irlda, and file the original Answfci Pleading In the office .if the Clerk the Circuit Court "n or before Hit |Mh da} of May, 1964. If you fiiil to Ii.. no, judgment by default win be |ak< II against you tor the relief dei mded in the Hill of Complaint. ThlM notice shall be published once ni-ti week for four consecutive weeks PHK JEWISH KI.ORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, %  da, thla 13th daj ot April, A 11 101. B i: WEATHERMAN, Clerk, i Court, hade Countj. Florida ill By: K. M. I.YMAN Depul) Clerk |II:RT E. OIJSI >\ Alnsley Building Miami, KI>.I Ida FR i -Tool rnej for Plaintiff 4 17-21. .-.. i-s |lN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT iN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62S79-C |N UK K-I.II,. ,.f w'Ii.i.ii; i:. LEWIS Hi ceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS All Crt .lii. IIand All Pi raons II. .\ r.Claims or Demands Against s.u.l ,.il,-: | v..n .ir.. hereb) notified and reed to presi nt an) i ; ilms and deiidH which ...u niH\have agalnsl -t.it.of WILLIE B, I.KWIS, le-..I late ..r Hade County, Kl.ni.hi. Hi.. Count) Judges of Bade County, I file the -..in,, in their offices In County Courthouae In Bade Counf, Florida, within six calendar months •m the date of the first publication r-"i*. or the same will be barred, in:1.1. A DAVIS bldman, Goldstein A: Pacsier gtnrne) s i-i w.st Flatter Street Miami 35, Florida 1/24, 5/1-8-15 rmeiw LEGAL NOTICE BY HENRY LEONARD HASTSIDE'ILODGEV,.:^ JEWISH LIEN'S gLoe^; U i UIM l i 1 7T i. i. > • i • ilK.liiiin t— \ ~\ "Lapidus always brings his own." fopr. 1964, Daytnu P.oduclioni IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN RE: Bati f KSTII.L E SPARKS I leceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Hav.Ins Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required I., present an) claims and demands which you may have against the eatate of ESTII.l. E. SPARKS, deceased late of Bade County, Florida, to the County Judges of Bade County, and file the sum., in duplicate and as provided In Section 733.16 •• Florida Statutes, in their offii %  In the County Courthouse In Bade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the flral publii il n hereof, or the same ill be bn d Bated at Miami Florida, this i :rl %  ; day ..r April, A.D. 18(4. l.'H'is HEIMAN As Executor of Batata of Estlll E. Sparks, Deceased I First publication of thla nol the I7ili daj ..r April, 1944. MYERS, HEIMAN .vKAPLAN By: Louis Heiman At tome) s for Executor 1160 B.W. 1st St., Miami, Fla. 4/17-24, 5 1-8 ATTENTIOK. ATTORNEYS! gclicits your legal noticas. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial FR 3-4605 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE reLEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER I FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY ttlVEN that thi undersigned, desiring i" engage in business un.lt r the fictitious name ..'' l:l< U.i Hilf'AL ASSOCIATES .1 I'II Box .".:;-:'.'.:: Miami, Fla., Intend ... reglstei -..i.l name with the Clerk ..i the Circuit %  '•• n I of Bade "'..nun. Florida. STAN I BY JOHN S5ACHARIAS II.A MAE KACHARIAS, I:.III.I] Partners Bv PACIi KWITNEY of SILVERSTEIN, KWITNEY and tioudlss An..i n. \ for AIM* Ii.Mins 120 Lincoln Road Mall 4/17-24, and l-N NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 64C 4717 IYMOND LEWIS WILLIS, Plaintiff Vsj, 1 notified that a I'.ill of C tint for Divorce lias been filed Unst vi>u, and you are required t' 1 .• a copy ..r your Answer or Pleadto the, Hill ..f Complaint on the Untlff'a atorney, PAUL KWITNEY, I.IN. oin Road, .Miami Beach 3:>. nl.i and tile the original Answer Pleading in the office ol the < lerk %  the Circuit Court on or before the hi da) ..I June, IS64. if you fail to so, Judgment by dtfaull will lie en against you fur the relief default 'i i'i the Bill of Complaint. Tins notice shall be published onoe rh week for four consecutive weeks THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, i fla, this t8th day nf April. A.I i. i: n. I.EA niEit.MAN. Clerk, Brcuit Court, I'ade County, Florida H> : I. S.VEEDEN, Dfput) t'l.ik 111. KWITNEY, i:>.|. l.ln. oin Rood inn Beach 39, Florida ll'.i n.-y for Plaintiff I i -8-1S-22 THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOrt DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 6306 (Judge Clark) RE: Estate ..f ItillN BRKNKACS • i k a JOHN BRENi "AS I leceased, NOTICE TO CREDITORS All Creditors and All Persons HavI'laium or D. in.in.lAeainat Salil %  tat.-: ii are hi eby notified and re%  1 in presem any claims and deIntlK whl.li you may have against j estate ol JOHN HKUNKACtt a/lt/a IIIN BRENC.V8 deceased late of Couaty, l-'iurida. tu the County |ges nf Bade County,.and file the m duplloate an.I .is provided in Itlon ni.lt. Kl.iri.ia Statutes, in jir offices iii the Goitnty Courthouse IDade County, Plorlda, within six ndar months i pom the time of first publiuatlon hereof, or the _.e will be buiri d puti-il ai Miami. Florida, thla 88th of April, A. n. 19i i MALCOLM II. FRIEDMAN As Administrator fill pujbiloatlon of this, notice on • Mh day of May, 1864. ll.i'OI.M Kltii:i I.M...N. Attorney I Bacui Ity Trust Bldg. 5/8-15-2J-89 NOTiCF. OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR CHANGE OF NAME CHANCERY NO.-64C 3999 Pearson To Whom n May t'"m rr n: Notice is h.-r-i.\ u i\ %  n thai the undersigned natltleners. HENRY c. 11'\i vs/i'wsKi and MI:I.I:NI: TOM•\.-z I:\VSK i whosi residence address is ..I N.W. Tfiti Street — l.-.t D 435, Miami. Florida, In the City of Miami. Dade County, Florida, Intend In apph to trm Honorable RAY PB\RSON, Judge ..i the Eleventh .hull. In I <"ireult, in and for Bade County, at his office in thr County Court House, at n.nii o'clock A.M i the 85th day of May, 1864, or as noon thereafter as the) ma) be heard, for an order hanging their natm s from HENRY i TOMASZBWSKI uml HELEN E TOMASZEWSK1, t.. HENRY C. TlloMAs.' a ,„| HELEMK THOMAS. by which name they will thereafter laknown. Bated at Miami. Florida, this lltli day ..f April. A.D. 1864. HENRY C. TOMASZBWSKI HEI.ENE TOMABZEWSKI Petitioners ROBERT I.. OROVER AttOI u. > for IVtitii.n.-rs 6830 Indian t'r.'.k Drive Miami Beach, Fla—IN I.SSS1 4,17-24. "./1-S IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62676 A IN RE: Estate of Mi IRRIH M. BARRON Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Bald Estate: You are berebj notified and required l" in. s. it any claims an.I di man. is wiiieh you may heve against il,. eatate of MORRIS M. BARRON, deceased late of Dade County, Florida, ii the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In duplicate and as provided In Section 7::::.Ui. Florida Statutes, in their offices in the County Courthouse In Dads County, Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first pub'leatl in hereof, or the same m be ba ted Dated at Miami. Florida, this liili day of April, A.D. 1MB. MARY BARRON As Executrix SIMON. HAYS X6>Bl'NDWTSRQ Attorneys for EKeoutrlx SOI Alnsley Htill.lliiK Miami. Florida S3133 4 17-31. 3 D8 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 64C 3953 nt'Y i: II XSSEI.I;. Plalntlfl \ s ERNESTINA II Assi'.l.i:. I h fi ndant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: ERNESTINA HAS5TELE 172*. .liin.l ion 1 luiilrv ,r i! Corona, I. I N. w York You, la II. ~T in,, Haasele, are hereb) notified that a li.il of Complaint I'm Divorce has been tiled you, ami you are required to serve a rop) i.r your Answer or Pleadlmi to the Hill nf I'omplsuit mi the PlainMffs attorney, SAM HMMIM, 20 s.E. First Avenue, Miami. Florida, and file iii.original Answer or Pleading in the office ..i the Clerk of the t'lrnull Court on or before tinisth da) "f Mm. l'-i'.l. If you fail to do so, juilKirit nt hy d.-fault will be tnk. n against you t'"r the reUef demanded in the Hill nf Complaint. This notice shall be published once en-h week for four consecutive weeks in THE .lEWISIf KDOKIDIAN. DONE AND oi;|ii:i:Kli .ii Miami. Florida, this 0th day of April A.D. 1864 E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk Circuit Court, Dad.County. Florida tCircult i 'oiirt Seal > B) : C. P I-OITI. \N'|i Deputy Clerk SAM HI.OOM lii Si:. First Avenue Miami. Florida Alinlm v for Plaintiff 4/17-21. .".1-8 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62899 IN RE: E.st.it,. ..f LOITIS TEITELBAUM I leceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To Mi Creditors and All Persons Having Claim* or Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and [ aulred to present any claims uml .. inlands which you may have against the estate of lands Teltelbaum deceased late nf Dad.County, Florida, I to the County Judges of Bade County, and rile the s.ni in duplicate and IIprovided In Section T::::. I;. Florida Statutes, in their offices in the County Courthouse In Da.i,. County, Florda, within si\ (alendar months from time of tli' first publication heret Ii.s.i in.w ill be barred, irlda, tins I7th ih. Of, "I Bated nl Miami, Fli da) nf A|n il. \ i, IH64. ANN \ B1SENBERO As I:\III.H \ First publle.nlon of this no the J4th .lav of April, 1964, I'HEREN ,\ iii il.l ii:\ Aitorne) s f..r Executrix 6l)7 i II) mpla Bldg., .Miami. Fla. I 34, I-8-1S IN IN NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 3728 NI'MANiMA I.ORA CANCINO, Plaintiff, CARLOS '.\N 'l.\i i, TO Defendant. CARLOS CANCINO THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62635-C RE: Estate of HERMAN UNAS Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Cred s ond All Persons Having Claims in' In mauds Against Saul Estate: You are hereby notified and reI quired to present any claims and demands which you .a iv have agalnsl the .state of HERMAN UNAS, deceased lati "f Dad,County, Florida, to the 'ounty Judges ..r Bad* County, .md file the same In duplicate an.I as provided in Section 7::."..Hi. Florida statin s. In their offices In the County Courthouse In Bade County, Florida, within six calendar months from tintime of the first publleatlon hereof, or the ani< iM be barred. Dated at Miami. Florida, Uiis ISth da) "t April, A.D. nun, %  Mil. DA I.INAS WEINBBRQ As Executrix First publi-dtlnn of this notiee on the 17th day nf April, IS64 ARONoVITZ. SILVER .>. SCHER Attorneys for Executrix tin? Alnsley Building Miami, Florida 17-24. 5 1-v BOB ita, Colombia, S.A. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Y.ni, I'AIII.OS CANCINO, sre hereby notified that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce has i.-n filed against you, and you are ri quired to serve a copy of your Answ.-r or lit-atliiiB to the Hill ..f Ctnnpliilni on the Plaintiff's attorney, A JAY CRIHTOL, 21 N.E. Firat Avenue, Miami. Florida, 83131 I'.S.A. ami file Hie orlglnnl Answer or Pleading In tinoffice of tlie Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 25th das of Mai. 1844, If you fail to do so. Judgment b) • default will be taken agalnsl you for the rt-li.-f demanded m the BUI nl' <'.niiplaint. This notice shall be published onoe each we.-k fofour consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH I'M Htll H AN. DUNE AND ORDERED at Miami. Km id. i. this *0th day of April A.I'., I'ii.I E. II LEATHERMAN, <1. rk, Circuit Court, Bade ('ounty, Florida is.all B) : K. M, I.YMAN I % %  n.iiy Clerk Weintmub, Welntrauh A Crlstol 13th i'i Da i. Federal Bldg. 2i N.I: ist Ave., Miami, via. By: \. .lav Crlstol IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 64C 4080 ALICE I'll ATI.. IS, Plaintiff. Vs. EDWARD CHATLOS, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Yi 'I Kim Mil l l 'IIATI.i iS. !, si.l.n.'. address unknown, are required to file your answer tu th nplalnt for Divorce with the Clerk of the iii.\tstyled Court and serve a copy thereof upon Herman Cohen, Esq., 1*10-11 Congress Building, Miami. Florida, on or before May 18th, 1:11.1 in slse complaint will 1 be tnkt-n as confessed. BATED April 13th, 1864. i: l: LEATHERMAN s i'Urk of th. Circuit Court (seal) By: K, M. I.YMAN Deput) Clerk 4/17-24, -. 1-8 I AHoi-tif) for Plaintiff IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ItTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT iN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 64C 4205 STANLEY R. BOBINSKI, Plaintiff, vs. CONCETTA R. BOBINSKI, Defendant. NOTICE BV PUBLICATION TO; o.M'ETi'A R. BOBINSKI in Roae Reale .1 Cotton Hollow Road Maugatuck, i "oi itlcut YOB ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a la.inplMiiit f-.r l>lvoree has been fill il against J on, and > oil artrequired to serve i copy of >mir Answer .HI the Plaintiff's attorney, RollERT ii. TRAERK;. iis."i iini'oni Building, Miami, i-mi i.ia. and file the original Answer In tintifflci ol the Clerk of the Circuit Court, %  before Ihe 1 18th day of May, 1864; otherwise, the allegations In said Complaint will be taken as confessed b) you, and a Deer,-.' Pro Confesso svill i"' eatered agalnsl you fur the relief prayed i"i In said Complaint. I lATBI i this lith day .'f Api II, 1864 E. B. I.E\TI|I'|(M IV ,1, (seal) By: •'. P COPBLAND 4,1.-21. 5/1-1 I 21. ". I -8-1S IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR OADc OOUNI'V, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 62907-C IN RE: Bstal SAR \ll I ItOPElK I '. .'. is. d. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims ni I. annuls Auuinsl Said l-.slal.-: You are hereby notified ami required to i'ii s nt any i-laims ami demands which ou may have against the estate %  : SARAH I. BOPEIK deceased late of Dad.County, Florida, to the Count) Judges of Bade County. ami file th.same in duplicate and -is I rotsidi d in s.i nun 738,16, Florida statutes, in their offices in the Countj Courthouse In Dade County, Flori la, M n Mm six Blends r mont I ih. time ot the first publication hen of, HI the same will ie barred. : .it Miami. I I. Hi.la. th day ..I April, A I' 1864. BERNARD II ROPBIK As Executor SAMCEL s. SMITH Attorne) for Executor 4o7 I aiiioln Road 1 Miami I a .II h, I ..i iila % %  l .IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DAUt COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62913 A IN RE: Estate of si IPHIA MB.LER, I .e.-.'a.s.ii: NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AH Creditor!* and All Persona Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estati You are hereby notified uml required to present an) claims and demands which you may have agalnsl the estate of SOPHIA MILLER, deceased late of Did. County, Florida, t< the County .I'tiiBads County, mi.i rile tinsun., in duplicate and as |>rovlded In Section 733.16, Florida Statutes, in their offices in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the fiist publication hereof, or the same w ill be barred. Dated at Miami. Florida, tins da) of Api II, A I '. 1964, SEYMOl'R M. MILLER EDU Ai;|. .1 MILLER As Executors of Estati of Sophia Millet 'i' eased i %  publlcatlo! 'i this notli ii. : tiday of \i I, IS i MYERS, HEIM \\ ,v KAPLAN B) : Louis Hi im.in At i ..in.) s for Executors 11 %  > iv. First Street Miami, Flo I I 84, a IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUF. r IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62798 A IN RE; Estate of ANNA DENMARK Defense.!. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Hi Ing Claims or Demands Agalnsl s Estate You are hereby notified and l quired to present any claims and ii maii'ls which you may have BOS • the estate of ANNA DENMAR deceased late of Hade County, Pli Ida. to the County Judges ..f De County, anil file tinsain,in dupllct and .is provided in Section 73.V. Florida Statutes, in their offices the County Courthouse In Dade Cou ty, Florida, within six calendar mom from the time of the first publicatl hereof, or the same will be barred Dated at Miami, Florida, this 5 day ..f April, A.D. 1864, ALBERT DENMARK As Executor SIMON, HAYS A QRUNDWERQ ,\tt..i n. ) for Exi cutrix 301 Alnsli \ Building Miami. Floi Ida 3 11 il 4 17-21, ; IN THE COL'NTY JUDGE'S COUR IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 61268 C IN RE: Estate .-f s WH'I'.I. KIBSEN 11. i -, I NOTICE TO CREDITORS To VII fri lltors and All Persona I' Ens i la n .II. Demands .\u.ii ^i >. Eatate: You are hereby notified and i i.'iii'.il i" present any claims and >' mamis which yon mav have aeain the estate of SAMUEL K18SEN .1 aeased late of Dade County, l-lonito tinCounty Judges .if Dade Cou ty, and file the same in their officin the County Courthouse In Da County, Florida, within six oalend months n-.'iii tindate of Hi. in publication hereof, or the same s lie barred. I.i H'lS OSINSEV Executor HERBERT W. ABRAM80N Attorney f..i Executor I"." Lincoln Road 4 21. '. I-SIN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT O J FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 4326 CARTERET SAVINGS AND LOAN Assi u'lATIo.N. Plaintiff, vs. FIN LEY JONES, Trustee in Bankruptcy, > t ai, Defendant NOTICE OF SUIT Hi BERTHA CAREY 1084 Harris.in Avenue lean.. k. N.w Jersey You are hereby notified that tl ibove captloned action has been ir siitnt.-.i against you in the Circa Court of the lith Judicial Circuit i Florida in ami for Dade County l foreclose i mortgage upon the io lowing described real property: Lot 27. Block 13 CORRBCTEB I'I.A OF BLOCK i.l CAROL CITY ai cording to the Plat thereof, record* I In Plat Book 61 at Pace 88 of tl Pnlille Records Of Made iiiiint Florida. You ar. required to file your ai -vei to plaintiffs complaint with tl Clerk of the aforesaid Court, at serve n copy thereof upon plaintiff %  attorney MARTIN FINE, 14th Plot i a.itFederal Bunding, Miami :i. Florida not later than May 26, 19 or a Decree Pro Confesso will i tei ed against you. DATED: April 17, 1964. E. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk of tinCircuit Com t (seal) Bs C. P. COPBLAND Deputy Clerk MARTIN FINE Atti rne) inPlaintiff lith Floor Dade Fedetal Bide Miami 58, Klon.li 4/24. ". 1-816th I II IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62857 C IN RE: Estate "f NATHAN II. COHEN i'. t used. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons II. iIng Clnlmi or Demands Agalnsl Sa Estate. You reh) nd Ifled and rulred i" present any claims and di mamis which you nia> have agalni the estate of NATHAN Q POHE deceased late ..f Dade County, Florida, tu the County Judges of Dad County, and file the same In dupllcai .mil :iprovided in Section 733.li l .in Ids ~ a i utes, in their otfl. ih'' unt) i 'ourthousi in i lad.Conn n i: hln six alt ndar month from the time "f the first publlcatlo Ii, ret if, %  %  in. w ill be bai ri ,1. a\ Miami, Florida, this SOt daj of April, \ 11. 196 i F \ Y .'. MIEN \Administratrix First publication of this notlci • the 24th .1 .. of Api II, 1864, LEON \ EPSTEIN Attorn i i"i Administratrix K.i.l.I M'auii I :•... h, l-'li.l Ida 1 84, 5 1-8-13



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Paqe 16-A u^ittrtrrHitr Friday. V r 8.19 Eshkol Invites Lavon Back to Mapai Leadership! Rabbi Max J. Routtenberg spiritual leader oi Congregation Bnai Sholom. Rockville Center. N.Y.. was elected to c one-year term ar president of the Rabbinical Assembly at the organization's 64th annual conveniion in Grossinger's Hotel. Grossinger, N.Y. He succeeds Rabbi Theodore Friedman, spiritual leader of Congregation Beth El."South Orange. N.J.. president for the past two years. Father-Son Breakfast Held A father-andson brcakia.-i was held on Sunday. 930 a.m.. in the lharlcs Rosenberg Memorial Hail Of Temple Adath Yi-'mrun. All boys who were already Bar Mitzvah or are expected to oe Bar Mitzvah this year weir guests with their fathers Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan eon ducted a short service belure toe treakfa.-t THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED NEfOS FOR ITS THRIFT SHOP All Vour furniture. C/othina, linens, Dishes, Drapes, Etc. PLEASE CAM. US FOR PICK-UP THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP 7331 N.W. 27th AVENUE Ph. 696-2101 Closed Saturdays Continued from Page 1-A Prof. Nathan Rotenstreich, a leader of the intellectuals whs have rallied to Lavon cause in the controversy which becjan in a security mishap in lf&4, when Lavon was Defense Minister. Despite his insistence that he had not issued any of the orders which led to the security mishap, he was forced to resign. Later, when he renewed his charges that he had been mae'e a scapegoat for the mishap—the details of which have never been publicized—he was forced out of Mapai leadership in a battle with Mr. Ben-Gurion. As the battle gained mopieii turn, the case was investigated -everal times. One probe was cunducted by a Ministerial Committee on which Mr. Eshkol servid. which completely exonerated Lavon. Mr. Ben-Gurion refused to acoept that finding. Mr. Lavon's s within Mapai. as well as Ibe Intellectuals, continued to press for his complete rehabilitation. The Premier's in,or was read Monday by Prof. Rotcnstreich to gathering •>< 2.u00 Lavon supporters who met to decide on splitting away from Eshkol if the 1'remier tailed to act on the issue. Despite the widespread gratihcation in the party over the Premier's invitation, it appeared thai at least one branch of the Mapai felt that the invitation was U implied rebuke to Mr. BenGorion. Prof. Rotcnstreich indicated that LavOO's supporters would withhold judgment until some definite action was taken by Manai in the matter. Premier Eshkol sent his letter that it would help t„ „, ren alter consultations with Mapai-Mapai and the 1. leaders who included Knesset meat Moshc Sharm (,„ Speaker Kaddish Luz. Foreign T> rirnc Minister in Minister C.olda Heir, and Finance .. Qomcs Minister Pinhas Sapir. Speaker .,...., an "* Luz welcomed the letter saying it t.ce and that it .. ... Lridged over a serious gap and crisis. Adath Yeshurun Open House Open Hou-e and fall registration is announced at Temple Ad.ith Yeshurun Nursery School and Kindergarten for children ages 3 to 6. Open House will take place on two consecutive Fridays, this week. May 8. and next, May 15 Young guests will participate in a complete Nursery School day Rrcistration will allow eligible children to be registered tail semester, beginning :• timber. Earn registrar* n.sure proper Nfistri Program include outdoc \ard. large air-cond. iKims and exrxr,. : teachers School will also In open the week of May 17 lor la: tration in the Hebn dav Schools. •i. ira YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET Answerite. Inc. Telephone Answering Service SERVING JEfferson — Union Highland FRanklin Executive Office FR 3-5581 ROOF LEAK? CALM. YHTOK ro Let us repair it or apply a new one. For free estimate phone: ^-^ ACNE • ^ KOOFIM. 685-1952 RFGoodrich NORTON TIRE Co. MAIN STORE: 5300 N.W. 27th Av.. Open 24 hours and all day Sun. 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Beach Hadassah Slates Award Dinner Sunday Over 0O members of the Miami lllcad ?hapter of Hadassah will leather at the Carillon Hotel on i ISunda: evening for a special j B wari I inner and dance. Women who have made large Icontrit 'ions to the chapter's [fund-raising commitments will be, I honoi %  ssah'fl program of fundi, t si.-, is important in Israel." -.id :. •. Nat Barth. Miami Beach Chapt< president, "where our re..piins! .ities extend into the areas i,l hewing, teaching, research. youth services and vocational : %  ail %  iir chairman is Mrs. Ann Melnni. who has arranged for Ihf L Walters show at the hotel {, i,. : esented. National anthem will '• led by Mrs. llattie Wagner, >--.th Aida Yaslo at the pinm award chairmen and presho will represent their include: Harbor, Mrs. Barney Davis. Mrs, Gus Robert.--; Bra-deis, Mrs. William Saffir, -,•-. it, Mrs. Earl Coplon; group! Ba, I resi! Deborah, Mrs. Herbert Gutman. president, Mrs. Clarence Freednian; Esther, Mrs. Harry Herwitz, president. Mrs. Hattie Safir; I. R. Goodman, Miss Frances Lebon. president, Evelyn Brown; Henl, Mrs.'Ethel Herman, presdent, Mrs. Ben Zeigmund; Israeli, Mrs. Louis Goldman, president, Mrs. Joseph Meyers; Emma Lazarus, Mrs. Jack Goldman, president, Mrs. Norman Meyers; Morton Towers, Mrs. Esther Bergman, president. Mrs. S. GoldLerg; Reranah, Mrs. Allen Ross, president, Mrs. Sherman Fast; Hanna Senesch, Mrs. J. Muravchik, president. Mrs. i-idor Lorber; Shalom*, Mrs. Saul Peckins, president. Mrs. [rwin Shapiro; Southgate, Mrs. B. Rosenberg, president, Mrs. Joe Rosenberg; Hemietta Szo'd, Mrs. Morris Kogen, president. Mrs. II. Feller; Stephen S. Wise, Mrs R. Sussroan, president. Mrs. Harry P. Cohen. : plans for the "save-a-child" h ncheon cl Ilaii'.vah -'r, Mizrachi Women, are (left to iight> Mesdame-s Morris ..:eld. luncheon chairman: Harry N. Schwartz, presi: Mon is Lubler, co-chairman. v Save-a-Child' Luncheon For Hatikvah Mizrachi "W. ovnan s lAJeM "Jewish Floridian. Miami, Florida, Friday, May 8, 1964 Section B Planning meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zalis on Sunday night brought together loaders of the Committee of Hosts for the May 31 Conq'egat'.on Beth El and State of Israel Bonds Dinner of Tribute to Rabbi Solomon fcchit:, ci beta Lt, and past piesident of the Am "save-a-child" luncheon ot Hatikvah Chapter. Mizrachi Wormwill take place on Tuesday. :.y 12. at the Royal Hungarian Restaurant. "Mizrachi Women, throughout %  he gem rations, have been 'those li'.olile | ersons whose hearts were %  lwa; Ig enough to take care of %  hildrei less fortunate than their ccording to Mrs. Morns \\I'I m %  •• Id, chairman. "It Ml S through the devoted etbtorts | the.-e Mothers-in-Israel that the network of children's villages, Youth Aliyah centers, nurseries and community centers arose throughout Israel." The group will also bid farewell and bon voyage to their president. Mrs. Harry N. Schwartz. Who is planning an extended visit to Israel Admission t<> the luncheon will be two full dime banks or contributions to Mizrachi Women. Mrs, Morris Dubler is co-chairman of the affair n J bv ISABEL GRCVE Grace and Abe Durbin left last wei (I for an extended Euro pea. lur, their first Jetting all --• way, they hope in six week' to cover England. Holland. Switzerland, Venice. Rome and Milan in Italy, Lisbon in Portugal, Madrid in Spain and both sides of the Berlin wall (inh unhappy note in the exciting plans, members of the Exchange Bowling League in which Gract and Abe are stars, plead ed with them to postpone, or even cancel, their trip until they had won the pending championship tourney The Durbins just couldn't see it that way. Judge Kenneth Oka mixing business and pleasure on a quick trip to Israel, taking lovely wife Gertrude with htm for a first return in several years They'll also try to squeeze in a visit to Greece In-fore May 23. when the Councilman will attend a Continued on Page 6-B Greater Miami Rabbinical Association. Shown (left to riqht) are Mrs. Jack Shapiro, president of the Beth El Sisterhood, Mrs. Hyman Chabner, Mrs. Max Rappaport, Rabbi Schiff, Mrs. Zalis, Mrs. Schiff, Mrs. Sol Weger and Mrs. George Bass. TO MOTHER WITH IOVE DESIGNER-LOOK JEWELED CLASPS ON DUCHESS SIMULATED PEARL NECKLACES sale 1.99 Reg. $3 and more. Each clasp has a magnificent real look, and they're matched with beautiful quality simulated pearls. (The new shimmer and lustre made possible by alabaster glass base.) Choose hand knotted matinee or choker lengths either one would make Mother happy! coitume jewelry, slreel floor DOWNTOWN MIAMI (ai all 6 Burdme's stores' ) plus lax sunshine fasliions BURDINE "DOWNTOWN MIAMI, DADEIAND MIAMI BEACH, 163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER FT IAUDERDALE, WEST TAIM BEACH



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Friday. May 8, 1964 +Jew 1st ncrldian Paqe 3-S 'Vacation Scene* Oeoffc •* Socrates Gets Top Priority Newly-eleded president of Mount Sinai Hospital Leonard Abess (left) congratulates Mrs. Leonard Wien on her reelection as president of the Women's Auxiliary. Samuel Gertner. hospital executive director, looks on. Follow in 1 ; the luncheon and ceremonies at the Fontainebleau Hotel on Friday, during which Mrs. Leonard A. Wien was reinstalled M president of the Mount Sinai Hospital Women's Auxiliary, Jordan Marsh presented a fashion ihow emphasizing the "vacation scene" to an audiance of some 600 women. The collection included fashions to cover every possible vacation or travel situation, from boat and bcachwear. to the latest continental creations. Accenting the international flavor of the luncheon, red table linens were ued. enhanced by floral centerpieces, featuring red styrofoam airplane-. wh ; ch were created by members of the Mount Sinai Hospital Garden Club. Table favors, following the same theme, v/ere miniature zippered airplane cases, filled with little "gilts." Mrs. Marvin Silvers was chair "The Death of Socrates" will be discussed at the Spinoza Forum for Adult Education on .Thursday morning, 10:30 a.m.. in the auditorium of Washington Federal, 1234 Washington Ave. Dr. Abraham Wolfson, director of the forum, will introduce the topic. Mother's Day Message Slated Rabbi Solomon Schiff, spiritual leader of Beth El, will deliver the Mother's Day message on Tuesday, 8 p.m.. when Congregation Beth El honors officers and members of the Sisterhood. Entertainment and refreshments will be included in the Mother's Day celebration. man of the luncheon, and Mrs. Lawrence Porter and Mrs. Michael Gilbert were responsible for the program. Mrs. Morton WiM Offer Recital Mrs. Emil Morton, will be beard in a recital on Sunday afternoon. 4 p.m., at the Musicians Club of America, 307 Minorca. Com I Gables. She will be accompanied by Prof. Jascha Fistherman at the piano. The program will feature "International Operetta." Also to be heard is a composition for two pianos, "Youth Concerto." by Kabalevsky, featuring Prof. Fischermann and his 13-year-old grand* I daughter, Tatiana Prilutchi. Program has been arranged by Miss Ruth Brotman. Mrs. Morton is a former leading soprano : of the Stadt Theatre in Vienna. In 1948. she starred in "G-Men. with John Carradine and Dean Jagger. Dr. Bertha Foster is founder president of the Musicians Club of America, which will benefit from Sunday's program. "5( •, FREE FROM YUBAN FREE TRIP TO ISRAEL 2 Round Trip Fares from New York VIA PAN AMERICAN AND CONNECTING JET WITH PURCHASE OF YUBAN COFFEE Dozens of pictures and thrilling words! This booklet shows how the ancient Jewish heritage is reflected in the magnificent achievements of modern Israel. Deeply impressive for young and old alike. You'll fly to Europe to your choice of London, Paris or Rome —on a Pan American Jet Clipper —World's Most Experienced Airline. Then on to Tel Aviv via connecting Jet airline. .. PLUS $ 500 CASH BONUS See conditions below ENTER AS OFTEN AS YOU LIKE A DRAWIN6-N0TA CONTEST O FFI C IAL RULES 1. Use entry blank or writ! your name and address clearly on a plain piece of paper. Mail to: YUBAN PO Box 3700 Grand Central Station, N.Y.C N.Y. 10017 2. You may enter as often at you wish, but each entry must be mailed in a separate envelope. 3. A'l entries must be postmarked not later than midnight June 30th, and received no later than July 15, 1964. 4. Entry is open to all in U.S. except where prohibited by local law. Entry it also prohibited to employees of General Foods Corporation and its advertising agencies and their family members. 5. The prize winner will be telected on Friday, July 17th, by blindfold drawing, supervised by the Israel Government Tourist Agency. Its selection is final. 6. The prize award of 2 round trip fares frpm New York to Israel via Pan American Airlines Includes stopover privileges in many European countries. 7. The prise will be awarded as stated and the winnar will be notified by mail. 8. This drawing is subject to all federal, state end local regulations. SPECIAL: HERE'S HOW TO WIN $500.00 BONUS A $500.00 cash bonus will be awarded to the winner If the entry is eecompanled with en Instant Vuban label or with the word "YUBAN" written in block letters on a plain piece of paper. I YUBAN-//GW [YUBAN] FYUBANH 100% Colombian coffee. & COFFEE COFFEI Every sip a Simcha! rw PMMIUM come OF OfNfRAl FOODS HMUIom If Booklet Is not available at your star*, send Instant Yuban label with your name and address to: YUBAN: THE JEWISH FIORIDIAN P.O. Box 2*73, Miami, Flo. 33101 naBjasaswi*" •\y



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'*IFaV> JS Page 4-B vjenistfkricfian Friday. y~.. g \ K • • I • • K It By EDYTHE SCHINDLER Beachite Assists Dominican Housing Needs • Mtriw. Along witt jazz and nucleai anxiety and eel 1 u 1 o i d dreams, the United States exports to Latin America a commodity voted most likely to win converts and influence policy—the American technician. In 1961, Mario Schram took a leave of absence from his position as a vice president of Washington Federal Savings and Loan Association on Miami Beach to affect a savings and loan system in Chile. "My program," said Schram, "was to channel public savings into long-time financing, to offer low down payment— low interest rate mortgages. I wanted to make it possible for the averake worker to live and raise his family in a sanitary, pleasant home." Home, here in Miami Beach on a vacation. Schram pointed out that long-term financing was previously unknown in Latin America. Now it is on the move. Financial Advisor The traditional way in these mtriea for a man to build a home," Schram said, "waa lor him in pay all cash, o:' it he could obtain a loan, it worked out to fifty per cent down and fifty per cent due in one year. If we in the United States still had this system, we'd all be in wigwams or slum.-. Now Schram is the financial advisor to the National Housing Bank of the Dominican Republic. He serves both the United States and the Dominican Republic. With his wife, Neece, who is well remembered here in Miami as the first Metro president of the League of Women Voters, he lives in Santo Domingo. One son, James, lives in North Miami Beach with his grandparents and attends North Miami Senior High School. Another son has recently graduated from the University of Florida and is now a news reporter. 'Stork Club 1 Set At Mount Sinai lit Sinai Hospital's Stork Club, a program for expectant parents, held a meeting Wednesday evening at the hospital. The sessions, free to mothers and fathers-to-be, will be held once a week for six weeks beginning in the Patients" Lounge on the third floor of Mt. Sinai Hospital. Programs for the Stork Club include an introduction to the maternity staff of the hospital and its iacilities; films, lectures, and discussions on "Birth Time for Baby." "Bath Time for Baby," "Feeding Time for Baby." and •Now That You are Parents." Group discussions comprise a part of each session and are conducted by members of the Nursing Department of the hospital. Informational booklets and pamphlets are distributed to help the mother and father-to-be in becoming more knowledgeable on howto act and what to do when baby arrives. Women Auditors To Hold Dinner Miami Chapter. American Society of Women Accountants, will hold its dinner meeting Tuesday. 6:30 p.m., at the McAllister Hotel. Officers for 1964-65 will be elected, and program will include a discussion by Nettie Schaefler and Eudora Hendricks Welka on • What's Different in Hotel Accounting." Schram said. "I'm delighted to be in the Dominican Republic. It's the next best thing to being home here in Miami. Chile was too far away. Now we are almost commuters. My wife comes into Miami about every' six weeks." Cost of Living High Living in any foreign country presents unusual situations. The cost of living is quite high in the Dominician Republic. There is a dearth of social activities. While the Dominican is friendly he is unaccustomed to socializing. For years, he had lived under a dictatorship, when anystranger could be an enemy or an informer; the only safe relationship was within the family. "Our life in Santo Domingo is very quiet. We have a fewfriends. We play bridge and go to American movies." said Schram. No. it isn't the swank Miami MARIO SCHRAM wonts to help Beach hotels, or the restaurants, or fie shopping that the Schrams delight in on their visit to Miami. "Our greatest treat In Miami," said Schram, "is being able to walk up to a drilling fountain and drink a cool, clean stream of plain water." In the Dominican Republic, the drinking water has to be boiled, for foreigners are not accustomed to the bacteria count in the local water and can't imbibe it safely. Santo Domingo has one synagogue, and on a Friday night about nine cars can be counted in front of it All of Schram's m business dealings are with de£ Catholics. New Kind of Jew Once in Santo Domingo while filling out an official paper. Schram was asked his religion. • | said Jewish And the down Protestant Commenting throw of the Bosch r H l ••>* in the Domin lc n 7" ni l Mc, Schram declared ,TM Bosch "had lost ,„,£*• the people. 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+Jmi$t> Fkirkfinn Page 5-B Council Workers To be Recognized Cate; ng Committee appointed by Sisterhood of Temple Ner Tamid are standinq (left to right) Mesdames Irvinrt Rubin. Jack GreenJOTCJ, Mux Amhowitz, and Michael Heyman. Seated (left to right) are Chairman Mrs. Frank Ner Tamid Board Meeting Next Tuesday Mrs. Ku :•'•••• Schwarz, newlyeleotwl president of Temple Ner Tamid Si-terrv xl. will conduct a board meeting on Tuesday, to • JO., in the >klar Auditorium. Appointed t > -erve on the Catering Comm:'r,e which will prepare menui>r Sisterhood functions are MrFrank Diifinc, chairman, MrHal Kane. Mrs. Jack Yasnui: Mr.-. Ir\ inti Rubin, Mrs. Jack i I'Veiilicld. Mrs. Max Amhtfwitz MrMichael Heyman. Mrs. Alfred Freeman and Mrs. Harry) CheMe: To be (\i< --ed at the meeting will be th. formal ol the year's activities Dufine. Mrs. Hal Kane, immediate past president, Mrs. Henrietta Fine and Mrs. Jack Yasman. Not shown are Mrs. Alfred Freeman and Mrs. Harry Chester. Douglas Gardens. Jewish Home for the Aged, will hold its annual "Recognition Coffee" on Monday for National Council of Jewish Women volunteers who have devotedly served the residents of the Home during the current year. The Council, presently in its tenth year of volunteer service to the Home, provides card games, ceramics, sewing, dancing, deco;ative crafts, leather crafts, festival planning and choral singing. { Council volunteers also serve the inactive and lonely residents as Friendly Visitors. Mr-. Garris Siegal. chairman of the Senior Citizens program, will preside at the coffee. Maurice Pearlstein. executive director of the Home, and leadership from Council will extend greetings to the volunteers. Evaluations of the volunteer activities during the past year, and future program planning, will be discussed by Mrs. Estelle Sudnow, Friendly Visitor supervisor,' and i Mr. Samuel A. Kahn, groupwork j supervisor. Mrs. Sol Silverman, corresponding secretary of the Home, will pay tribute to the volunteers, as well as present them with a gift in appreciation of their "outstand, ing service to the residents of th Home." Pioneers Slate Local Activities Pioneer Women's Club, Golda Meir, is holding its next regular : meeting on Wednesday, 1 p.m., at Beth El. President Mrs. Isaac Pushkin will conduct the business session, and a slate of officers will be presented by Mrs Abraham Seltzer, chairman of the Nominating Committee, followed by election of officers for the coming year. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. spiritual leader of Temple Beth El, will speak on "The Significance of Shavuot." o A white elephant sale and election of officers for Kadimah Chapter will be held at a regular meeting on Thursday, May 14, at 8: p m., at Temple Zamora in Coral Gables. Mrs. Jack Sills is president. 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"Eden" is undoubtedly the •ord that Chef Boy-Ar-Dee •Was searching for to describe the true Italian-style flavor of this wonderfully rich sauce. CHEF BOY-AR-DEE* SPAGHETTI SAUCE with Mushrooms 4Jo food with so many dishes —spaghetti, macaroni or rice, for left over meat or fish, for cheese and omelets. Mado Wkh flavor-peak tomatoes. •pices and tender mushrooms, simmered to perfection for true Italian taste. Keep plenty •a, han J. B'rtai Raphael Donor Luncheon Congregation B'nai Raphael Si.-terhood held its seventh annual donor luncheon at the Deauville hotel on Tuesday. Apr. 26. Mrs. Harold Reinhard. vice' president of the National Woman's League, Florida Branch, was guest speaker, and Singer Gracie Carrie entertained. Presentation to those who have raised the highest amount of money for the organization during the year were made. IrVebmelV^n Honors Special family OoQ92iOD5 Your Welcome Wagon Hostess will call with a basket of gifts... and friendly greetings from religious, civic, and business leaders of our community when your family celebrates a sixteenth birthday, announces an engagement or the birth of a new baby, or moves to a new home When th* occasion arises, phone HI 8-4994 Memorial Award Set at Zamora First presentation of the Sharon Lewis M e m o r ia I Scholarship I Award will be made during clos] ing exorcises at Temple Zamora Religious School. The fund has been created by Mi. and Mrs. Milton Lewis in memory of their daughter. Sharon. who died of leukemia in 1961. Tenyear-old Sharon attended Merrick I'lemcntary and Religious School. The Lewises have three other chili di en. Roberta. Ross and Andy. First recipients of the awards v ill be Howard Manhoff. fourth grade, and Ricky Josepher. scc| ond grade. 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rage B-B +Jvitftkri(1jftr Friday, May 8. 1964 Socialite ... Lxf SsaLel \tf*0** Cancer Group Installs Continued from Page IB nayor's conference in Now York ;ity, and Mrs Oka has to rcuin homo anil launch their lour .hildron on their summer sche lules Din's seem a shame that, although she speaks %  French, Spanish. German. Italian nd has oven been studying Japinese, Gertrude wont have a otiance to try out her linguistic • kill in one ol those native ends The wall.at the home Of the .l.iriy Spilkas shook to the beat %  I the I T and the waddle on Saturday night as daughter. Nutand wife, former Miamians Ed IkJ-^ GeWltZ and Bernice clem, now of Montgomery, Ala. NAT ALII SPILKA Paula, and too teen-age i ds helped celebrate her 16th nthday ... A 10th grader at •alir.otto Senior High and active tember of BBG of Coral Gables. Natalie wore a beige and princess style (rock with re waist Her lovely bait was coiffed in the cur enl artichoke fashion, and a it heart rose bracelet en,1 her waist The stripel-down living room and Flor><>rch made plenty of space s.iilable for the violent dancing to the beat of the Del Tones nd their beatle songs and Iv t'ims Second most popu.u spot in the house—table irom which was dispensed tons 1 potato chips, pretzels, cokes nd punch. • • Childhood sweethearts. Evelyn nd Ben Clein. celebrating their -ilver anniversary May 7. are ilanning a Carribean cruise in uly to mark their 25 happy ears of wedded bliss Both • I ami residentfor almost 40 -. the couple has four chilren ranging in age from to .'.' Accompanying them on summi r cruise will be the ei leai ette Mintzer, w ho ... one ol Ei elj n's bridesand husband Hurra) lman Also Men's brother Married In Now York in 1914. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Schneider marked a half-century of marriage with a reception tor -10 friends at the Park Lane on coral Way Retired furriers. the Schneiders have lived here since 1957 and reside at 3000 sVV 27th St. Parents of lour, and grandparents of 12. the Schneiders are members of Israelite Center and active in the Senior Citizens Group and Jewish War Veterans There will be more festivities this summer in New York when the Schneiders will be surrounded by their sons Hy. Hal. Jerry and Samuel David who all live there with their families t • %  Another in the round of bridal parties for Beverly Rovenger v as a cocktail buffet late Sundaj afternoon at the home ol Mrs Sylvia Kluback. *219 Sheridan Avt Floral decorations and table settings for the linen show or wore carried out in shades ol pmk. red ami gold Daughter Mrs Naomi Rovenger, Beverly will exchange nuptial vows with Irwin Pushkin on Ma) 24 at the Balmoral Hotel Future bridegroom is the son of Mrs Rose Dushkin Among the 3."> guests toting the bride-elect were •mother-, MrHelen Belacaier and Mrs Boss Kovongor Also Miss Marion Rovenger. Mrs Gertrude Barmat. Mrs Minnie Kraus. Mrs Victor Maiden. Mrs. Milton Weinstein. MiMal Malin. Mrs. Jules Hirsch. Mrs. Gladys Foss, Palm Beach. Mrs. Yetta Azrolan. Miss Kitty Falk. Miss Eleanor Cloth. Mrs Yetta Himmel, Mrs. Renee Sims. Mrs. Miohaol Shores .MiHenr) Gewite was installed as president ol the Shore I nit. Woman s Corps ol the Papanicolaou Cancer Research Institute at Miami. Installation luncheon was held Monday noon at the Rone) Plaza Hotel Mrs Gewitz previously serveo as president ol the unit irom 1959 to 1961. and is a charter member of the organization since its inception. Mrs Irving Lehrman also installed the following officers: Vice presidents. Mrs Phillip SchUssal, Mrs. Moo Blitz. Mrs. Sidney Raffd, Mrs. Herman Stein and Mrs. Jack Risen; secretaries. Mrs Kenneth Sokolsky. Mrs. Sidney Blum. Mrs. Paul Allen. Mrs Jennie Miller, Mrs Nathan Neij r.a. Mrs Max Gordon and Mrs Max Orlln. Treasur. r Mrs Abe King; parliamentarian, Mrs Irving Firtel; and Mrs Bon Lewis and M i • hospitalit) ,i H • %  ne Rost ntha i i in a program ol music and .mi. MiMilton Smith past pr nt, served as chairman Mrs Milton Blum, anojthi i | asi president, delivered the Invocat MRS. HENRY CfW/TZ Poet Wins Davidson Prize Judged by a commute, ol nir... professors Irom the Universib Miami and Barry College, by Ruby Fogel (Mrs Jack) L*\. koff was announced as winner nthe Jordan Davidson Poetrj p riZJ for members of the Laramott Rader Poetry Group Another poetry prize offered hy Davidson for students and lay. men will be announced in Ml) Mrs Levkoff is also featured a; Poet of the Month in the Mai issue of the Village Post The Post will re-print her pom,, TJ,,. Was Mj Return.originally p ur lished in the "South, esl R e view." Another of her poemappealed in the Winter issue ol "Ladiei Home Journal." in Pacific an; Northra-t cditionOr Olom Holds Tri-lnstallation Traditional tn-installation dinner dance at Temple Or Olom was held on Saturday. 8 p m.. at the Temple The event also marked the congregation's eighth anniversarj Temple officers for 1964-65 are Samuel Putterman. president: Charles Leventhal and Eli King, vice presidents; Martin Hirsch. Dr. Herbert Seltman. William Seidman. secretaries: Melvin Shifke. treasurer. Brotherhood slate is headed by Jack Lubin. president; Dr. Gerald Verniok. vice president: Miles Eaton and Paul Ginsberg, -one taries: Morvin Zalis. treasurer Incoming Sisterhood officerare Mesdames Alvin Levenson, presi dont: Herbert Seltman. Leonard Putterman. Melvin Shifke. Ell King, vice presidents: My Hocht. Irwin Cooper, Marvin Bochner, secretaries; GedcralSh ,rJ E secretaries; Gerald Schwartz, tl i ,>-urer. Beth Am Ladies Install Officers At the annual donor luncheon meeting of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Am. the following new slate of officers was elected: President. Mrs. Richard Alper: vice presidents. Mrs. Alan Kessler. Mrs. Jerry Rosen, and Mrs. Wayne Rogers: secretaries. Mrs Martin Liol:ling. Mrs. Melvin Levinson. Mrs Morton Notanus; treasurer. Mrs Marvin Stein. Elected to the board were Mrs Joseph Altschuller. Mrs. Samuel Avick. Mrs Byron Cherkas. Mrs Maxwell Dauor. Mis Ira Druckman. Mrs. Murray Dubbin. Mrs Manuel Flashman. Mrs. Daniel Franco. Mrs. Paul Goodman. Mia Leonard Hayet, Mrs. Paul Kahan. Mrs. Arthur Jacowitz. Mrs Hortense LaGuette. Mrs. George Malin, Mrs. Sylvan Paw linger. Mrs. Edward Scharps, Mrs. Sol Schwartz. Mrs. David Shore and Mrs. William Zucker man. and immediate past presi dent, Mrs. Robert Newman. Have that Business Meeting, Banquet, oe* Special Occasion gjt You'll find complete djp facilities to exactly satisfy 4F your needs in the Kismet, ^f Aladdin, Scheherazade and Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a ^ wedding or a private party I tor Information! HAZEL ALLISON Calrrlnfl Director, JE 1-6061 St. Colllna *vo. having an affair? Social tea for 20 or Start at the TOP-Ire Ne* Evert i lei Miami's MOST de'ec: food, MOST impecca' \ served in surrounding! MOST delightful! Ejpenlive? Never! (Youcouldnt do it for less OCa:. FR 9-5461 -Catering Off ice — tor •eUiii SOON. •II V0U AT THt NtW EVERGLADES T HOTBL T. Jimt, Ennu. Mor. 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Friday, May 8. 1964 +Je*lst> ftcridtofj Pag* 7-B %  ... ..... ^/tbout jrcoplc and jf^L FOUR SCORE YEARS AGO It was eighty years ago that Mollie (Iins burg was born. Her friends of many years entertained her for luncheon on her birthday in the .lardin Suisse. Mrs. Rose Warner and Mrs. Ben Sirkin were hostesses. Included in the guest list were Mrs. Jean Ruben, Mrs. Jean Bernstein and the birthday girl's daughter. Sylvia (Mrs. Harry) Papier. HER KNIGHT OF THE ROUND TABLE Elaine came along with her husband. Marvin I'ehr. when he went to Biloxi. Miss., to attend the John Hancock Million Dollar Round Table. No meetings for Elaine, just fun. In New Orleans it was breakfast at Brenans.' WHEN DAVE IS DONE That was the name of a clever little ditty Aaron Karr wrote for members of the American Jewish Committee to sing to their outgoing president, David B. Fleeman, at the AJC annual dinner meeting at the Dupont Plaza Hotel. Varon belted out the music, and everyone sang, including his wife, Myra, who chaired the event. It was a first-time at entertaining for June (Mrs. Btrnard) Stevens, and she took the crowd by storm with her singing and playing prescnaces ... tation of "Dupont Plaza 9," which she wrote herself. Judge Harold Spaet installed the officers, including the new president, Audrey (Mrs. Charles' Finkelstein. Among guests who had a stimulat.ng even were Tcma and Morris Burk. Ethel and Alvin Cassel, Cece and Milton Weiss, Mr. and Mrs. George Bcrtman. Mr. and Mrs. William Weintraub, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Janis. Mr. and Mrs. William Leonie. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tannen. Dr. and Mrs. Philip Weinstein Jr., i)l Hollywood, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Spector, Sandra and Julian Burg. Zenia and Sidney Meyer, Polly and Baron de Hirsch Meyer. Gloria and Howard Scharlin, Sylvia and Sidney Letcourt. Marcie and Aaron Kanner, and Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Abel. *.' THE NAME IS SMITH That was Marilyn and Harry Smith in the column last week who went to Washington. Their last name flew away, so it was left out of the paper. A NEW STAMP FOR FRANCE A card from Diane and Dan Heller postmarked in France. Quote—"What a tremendous trip, the Pope, then Israel, France and now Germany lor one day to see the trial." —FRANCES LEHMAN JWV Auxiliary Installs Officers Miami Beach Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary instirlled Mrs. Wil%  iam Adelman as president at recent ceremonies here. Dade County Mayor Charles Mall and State Attorney Richard Gcrstein were principal speakers. Installing oflicers were State department President Lcnore .Vander. Senior Vice President t.hoda Deutsch, Junior Vice Presdent Irene Cooperman. Chaplain .'era Shankman and Conductress iophia Lee. Officers installed were vice presdent. Esther Gottfried; junior ice president. Pauline Lazarus; reasurer, Frances Apple; conluctress, Dorothy Cohen;' chapail), Betty Barkin; instructor, Minlie Hopen; historian, Bessie Gibier recording secretary. Freda I.uoman; corresponding secretary. E-telle Greenfield; guard. Reba Canter; color guard. Bertha Cooperman; trustees, Sally Levy. Jennie Gerrig. Esther Sokolow. Thelma Weinman. Chairmen are Mesdames Rosalyn Kupin. Natalie Haire. Evelyn Decky, Etta Stemple, Ceil Rochv.arg, Trudy Marshall. Etta Hollander. Goldie Verroba. Jennie liouseman. and Sarah Rubel. Mother's Day Memorial Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz and Cantor Ben-Zion Kirsehenbauni <>t Beth Torah will officiate at the Mother's Day memorial services to be held at Lakeside Memorial Park on Sunday at 11:30 a.m. %  i Hebrew Academy to Name Firtels Couple of Year' at Tribute Here May 30 Mr. and Mrs. Irving Firtel have been named "Couple of the Year" by the Hebrew Academy for "long years of service, loyalty and deLvotion to the Academy and its leducational program." Announcement w as made by uuis Merwitzer. president, Hebrew Academy; Mrs. Leonard Josen, president, Hebrew Academy Women; and Mrs. Samuel iosner, PTA president. The trilite will be held in the Napoleon loom of the Deauville Hotel on Iturday evening. May 30. The Firtels have been identified nith religious, cultural, civic. eternal and philanthropic instilitious since coming here in 1939. hey have four children; Leon 19. graduate of the Hebrew Acaduy. now in his junior year at the University of Florida, and editor Temple Sinai lusical Comedy [On Safurday and Sunday evenMay 9 and 10. at 8:30 p.m.. Fniple Sinai Sisterhood will pre3t a musical comedy. "Chamjgne Extra." written by Lconore frocks. %  The show w ill be held at the ^ %  UdiMntim of North Miami .Inn Hb r High, 13105 Ni: 7th Ave and mder the direction "f Lester iedman. I Bobby Lee is director. Deva fiolnt! i~ musical director, Yvette Bole, choreographer, and, there is %  east of 30. oi the 'Pearl.'' 1964 publication Ol Pi Lambda Phi Fraternity; Maxinc 15. also an Academy graduate, now in 10th grade at Miami Beach Senior High; Tobey and Debbie, 13 and 8, presently students at the Hebrew Academy. A member of the Florida State, Miami Beach and American Bars. Firtel is a vice president and lite member of the Hebrew Academy and a member of its Legal Committee. He served as president ol the Optimist Club in 1953 and 1963, and as president of the Miami Beach Jaycees in 1948. Director of the Bureau of' Jewish Education and charter member of Temple Enianu El. he is an active worker in the Civic League. Miami Beach Elks, Masons and Shrine. Prior to practising law here, he was a hotel owner and operator. Mrs. Firtel attended Julia Rich man High School and City College of New York, and came to Florida in 1939 when the Firtels were married. A life member, she was twice president of the Hebrew Academy Women. She is also a life member of the Temple Emanu El Sisterhood and served this year as president of the Papanicolau Cancer Institute. She is a mem her ot the Opti Mrs. and Hadassah. Maurice Revitz. chairman of the Hebrew Academy Executive Committee, will be general chairman o! the evening, assisted by Mrs. Leonard Rosen. Mrs Samuel Rosner and Mrs. Jack Gerson. chair, man of the 1964 journal. The Arrangements and Sponsors Committee is in formation. 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Page 8-B U*isUnkridliairi Friday, May 8 IS8t HAMItTT WOMAN OF THE WEEK It was called elocution in the days when Harriett Bulbin grew up in Minneapolis, Minn. She studied dramatics right through high school, where she also was Salutanan. In addition to going to public school. Harriett also attended Hebrew School, the famous Talmud Torah in Minneapolis, and her credits were applied toward her college language course. Harriett spent two years in New York City, attending the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. Then she went to the University of Minnesota, where she majored in theater and minored in literature. Like all dramatic students, she was in plays and on radio. The range of her voice made it possible for her to do straight and comedy parts. She met her future husband, Joseph, when he was just out of service. They were married and lived in Gainesville while he was finishing college. Then they moved to Miami, where their two girls, Laura Anne and Sara Nette, were born. Harriett, herself, was part of a close family circle. She always said she had three mothers because of her two older sisters. Part of her bringing up was to be active in t'he synagogue, so her own childhood formed the pattern for her married life. To be together as a familyis the Bulbins' way of life. A dedicated mother, Harriett is always home when the girls arrive from school, that is. when she isn't chauffeuring them around or having car pool. History repeats itself. Harriett used to be an outstanding speller, a champion, and this year, Laura Anne won the spelling championship at Miami Shores Elementary School. It looks like Sara Nette is following closely behind. They all have been studying words together. On coming to Miami, the Bulbins joined Temple Israel, and Harriett became active in the Sisterhood. Presently, she's entering her second year as president of Temple Israel Sisterhood, delighting in working with religious and youth groups, as well as with the women. She also is active in National Council of Jewish Women's program dealing with children and, of course, PTA. The traveling in the family usually is confined to Minneapolis to v-sit Harriett's side of the family, or to Roanoke to visit Joe's side. Whenever possible. Harriett is in Sisterhood skits and is part of the drama group. There's always p.iper work to do when you're a president, and that gets sandwiched in between the active duties. Harriett's concept of nature's beauties has changd since she met her husband, who is a forestry graduate. She now knows the names of all the plants and trees. A quiet evening at home watching a good musical or dramatic .story on television with her family around her, and the knowledge that she's doing her best in her role as president of her Sisterhood spell contentment for Harriett Bulbin. Miss Lipton Weds Stephen Schu.tz iris Dee Lipton and Steven Allen &< hultz were married on Sal ; ... M >r 24 ,n the h .me of the bride's parents, 6535 Ulison Island. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs Sam ., | | %  • bri le is atten ling the l niversi j "I Miami, majoring in human relations and psychology, and is a meml er 11 Sigma Delta Tau Sorority. The bridegroom is the son ol Mr and Mrs. Stephen Schuitz, • I960 NE Hith Dr. He is a grad uate of the University ol Miami, where he was a member of Alpha Kappa Psi and an affiliate to Tau Epsilon Phi. He Is now associated with a Hrm of certified public accountants. Attended by her sister. Delsie Lipton. the bride wore a gown ol white mattlessc with an illusion neck and bell sleeves, beaded to match her veil of Belgian lace. She carried white orchids on a 1 Bible. Serving as best man was Stan ley Jackson. Arthur Greene. Laurence Shapiro and George Lustig. ushered. Our-of-town guests included the groom's grandmother, Mrs. Yolanda Schuitz. Florida ORT Coffee Held BoathMatern k>ioi Women's American j; i %  ,.. coffee at the Trt. *ure ^M treasure Island. v., ..,.,£ exerting. !" Mrs. Martin Sprui and Mrs. Florenc. region vice presid %  (d speaker. MS. STEVEN SCHUITZ After a honeymoon the couple will live ISMh Ct. in Jamaica, at 8830 SW Sandberg, EismJ Engagement Told Mr and Mrs. Frank ; %  .%  „, 1375 Daytonia Rd (ngagement of th< susan. to Mel Sandberg Mr. and Mrs Nal 1761 SW 7th St. The future bride will : uating from Miami Beicb > 1; „ High this coming June planning to attend a business c* lece and major in legal && graphy. The tuture bridegroom end< Miami Senior High anDafc County Junior College, wcere k' was a member ol >::ma LmUi Phi Social Fraternity He ij ? present studying optical atd> aniea at Undsey Hopkins -j^. tional Center. SUiAN MiLltf) ^"WEDDINGS ARE VERY SPECIAL WITH EXOTIC GARDENS" FOR EXAMPLE: BRIDES BOUQUET $25 00] 1 ATTENDANT'S BOUQUET 2 CORSAGES 5 BOUTONNIERES CANOPY 2 CANDEIABRAS wifti flower. 6 PALMS AISLE RUNNCt AISU DECORATIONS 5 CENTERPIECES QUEST Of HONOR TABU total VALUE $238.50 SPECIAL for you •187.00 ISic fiothens I M .'BfOBAl I. I> Miss Miller Will Wed Attorney Mr. and Mrs. Kli Miller. ISTo Daytonia Rd.. Biscayne PL. announce the engagement ol thendaughter. Susan Joy, to Kenneth \ ReKant. .-on of Dr, and Mrs Joseph ReKant. no.") Cleveland Rd. The bride-to-be attended Miami Beach Senior High, the Univcr i My of Florida, and is presently | a junior at the University ol Miami, majoring in elementarj education. The future bridegroom, a uate of the University ol Miami and the University ol Miami School of Law. is affiliated with Alpha Epsilon Pi Social Fiatern%  •v. and Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity. He is current!) prac. ticing law in Miami. Roosevet Chapter In New Project Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter ol B'nai B'rith has adopted a new community service project in addition to itextensive welfare work. This week, the chapter presented a check lor SI00 to Variety Children's Hospital, to be allocated for the new oxygen therapy equipmenl being Installed in the new hospital wing. The chapter received a special commendation from hospital officials lor its generosity. LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING CONTRACTING • REPAIRING Strving Dade County Over 75 V**r\ 1811 S.W. 14th $7. HI 6-9904 THE HOTEL EDEN Under New Man.igem-nt Efficiencies S960 yearly INCLUDES UTILITIES I • ( J Cedar. lined Closets Maid S-r v ,ce Tile Baths w.th non-slip bat j m every ream, Week-Season Year. I 1965 ALTON RD. JE 1-9458 i ^ AUTHOHIZtD 0CAIIB CNtTH "Our 50th Anniversary Year" MIAMI MIAMI MUCH CORAL CABLES J7S0 V W. I7lh Ave. 607 Lin.uln Hd. S'I55 Fon.r DeLeoa Hl.il NE S-4SI6 512 3161 MO 5-542J HOLLYWOOD FT. 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  • Zh |!AMI Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith held installation banlet Sunday evening at the Di|do Hotel. Installed as prcsiint was Gerald Schwartz. Mrs. iwartz was gowned in a floorii:ih tormal of gold and tanrine brocade. Her sheath ;iri was slit on each side, and long-sleeved ovcrblouse was lined with gold buttons. Irs. Sam A. Goldstein, whose iband received an award, se a coral moss crepe sheath a decply-cowied neckline cap sleeves. A white raw ensemble was worn by Mrs. IB. Goldstein. Her sheath was bped with a modified chanelJe jacket, which was loosely at the waistline. Mrs. IrvSchatzman's lemon-colored shantung sheath featured a ral print silk bodice. Mrs. keph Goodman's ice pink silk pith had a softly-draped neckand a modified pouf at the of the waist. UTED powder blue chiffon with a white over-all cmfdery was the choice of Mrs. .rude Goldberg Her bodice wed the blouson silhouette, her skirt was a sheath. k. Bert Wish topped a black Hpc sheath with a sheer Overss of nylon tulle and lace. Jet ins reembroidered the lace. "tetfbi the skirt .was nil into a tunic panel effect. white geometric print on silk was worn by Mrs. ine Levin. Her bolero jackd a self-fabric frog closing e neck. White silk, in the lath silhouette with a high was the choice of Mrs. ph LeVine. The blue silk niblc seen on Mrs. Louis was one she brought back Hong Kong.' It followed oriental styling, with its ic mandarin collar and short ft. • i |RS. Herbert Baumgard chose a sleeveless black .silk i-hifwith the empire waistline. ck satin detailed the line, and banded her scooped neck line. A winter visitor from Canada, Mrs. Sonya Potash, selected a white peau de soie skirt and an iridescent sequin overblouse which featured fringe created with white caviar beads. Ombre greens in a floral print was worn by Mrs. Esther Zeitsiff. Her silk jacket dress had a matching print on the chiffon bodice. Mrs. Jennie Cohen's ensemble was in black and gold lamcc brocade A band of jet bugle beads detailed the "V" neckline of her sheath, and her matching full-length coat had a deep shawl collar and wide turned-up cuffs. White moygashel linen with peacock blue scroll applique and clooncy lace inserts was worn by Mrs. Tillie Shapiro. Mrs. Meyer W. Goldstein's gold lamce brocade sheath featured a scooped neckline and flat bow at the waist. Ice blue >ilk was Mrs. Kh Matin's choice for the evening. Swirls of satin were appliqued down the front of her sheath. Py|RS. Larry Friedland's true•" red silk crepe sheath had Hat bows on each shoulder which emphasized her bateau neckline. A two-piece emerald green raw silk was worn by Mrs. .lack Fink Her sleeveless OVerblouSe was cut with a low scoop and worn with a green chiffon scarf tucked in the neckline. Mrs. Morris Lipp brought her ensemble back from Hong Kong where .-he had helped design it. In lilac silk brocade, she topped her sheath with a hip-length, straight cut jacket which was widely banded in satin. Mrs. Michael Sossin wore a white silk crepe sheath with a white satin rolled belt. Satin-lined bugle beads encircled the neckline and armholcs. Aquamarine colored raw silk, in the popular shift silhouette, was the choice of Mrs. John B. Howard. It had a modilied oriental collar, which featured a stand-away mandarine neckline, and then was laced at the "V" decolletage. WerniT-Kalm CHAffUS POLINSKY Peau de Soie For Mrs. Bloom Gowned in floor-length peau de soie and carrying a sheaf of white roses, the former Vera Regina Rothschild became the bride of Terry Sheldon Bloom on Sunday. May 3. Rabbi Morris Skop officiated at the evening ceremony hcli in the Starlight Roof of the BlscayM Terrace where the reception was also held. Following a honeymoon in Miami Beach, the newlywcds will live in Gainesville, where both will be attending the University of Florida. Mrs. Bloom will receive her degree In August and begin to teach in September. Her husband will enter the University Medical School in the fall. He is a member of Alpha Epsrion Pi, social, and Alpha Epsilon Delt^, honorary fraternity. Honor attendants to the bride were Jean Dubov and Chi-Chi Harold. Bridesmaids included Judy Gold. Linda Hyman, Linda Dubov, with Terry Dubov serving as flower girl, and Gary Zeiss as ling bearer. Best man was Stanley Bloom. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rothschild, 4410 SW 5th St., and Mr. and Mrs. Philip Bloom, 1400 SW 15th St. Cancer League Meeting Friday Mrs. Jerome Rado, president,* Women's Cancer League of Miami Beach, will conduct a regular hoard meeting at 10 a.m., on Fri-; day, at the Roney Plaza Hotel. Open luncheon meeting is scheduled for noon. Newly-elected oflicers and members of the board will discuss plans for the organization's annual fund-raising luncheon to beheld later in the year. Monies! raised by the group, in conjuction with the Damon Runyon Fund, are channeled to the support of the Tumor Clinic at Mt. Sinai Hospital. Polinsky, Mindel Exchange Vows Doral Hotel was the setting.for the wedding ceremony uniting Barbara Mindel and Charles Polinsky on Saturday evening. .May 2. Dr. Irvine Lehrman officiated', and a formal dinner at the hotel loiiowed the nuptials. Parents of the newlyweds are Mr. and Mrs. Mike Mindel. 1500 Bay ltd., and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Polinsky, 1500 Bay Rd. The bridal sheath of floorlength white silk organza had a full over-kirt terminating in a capcl train, and was styled with a scoop neckline and long tapered sleeves with white appliques. A white organza rose headpiece held the triple-tier of French illusion, and the bride carried a cascading bouquet of white orchids and stcphanotis. Maid of honor was Diane Goldstein, and Joseph Polinsky served as his brother's best man. 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    Page 10-B • 'Jewishncrktl^m Friday, May I Judge Zeltner To be Speaker Attorneys of Greater Miami will meet Judge Z. W. Zeltner. of Tel Aviv, Israel, at a luncheon in the Dupont Plaza Hotel on Thursday noon. May 14. as guests of the American Friend? of the Hebrew University. Chairman of the day will be Judge Harold B. Spaet. board member of the Friends and long identified with the organization's Bequests Program. One of Israel's most eminent jurists and legal scholars. Zeltner hits won distinction both in the practice of law and in training Israel's future lawyers and judges. Deeply concerned with the continued development of Israel's legal system, he divides his time between the Bench and the classroom. He was named acting Justice of the Supreme Court in 1952 and Relieving President of the Tel Aviv District Court in 1953. After serving as dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences at the Tel Aviv School of Law and Economics for five years. Judge Zeltner is today assistant dean of the Law Faculty of the Hebrew University. Co-hosts at the luncheon will be Stanley C. Myers and Herbert S. Shapiro, members of the Gilts and Legacies Committee of the South Florida Division of the American Friends of the Hebrew University. Shapiro was recently presented with the Megiddo Award irom the univer.-ity in recognition of his many years of devoted service, along with Alex Gordon, Anna Brenner Meyers and Kenneth Oka, who is chairman of the committee in South Florida. Elects Rosenthal Greater Miami T To Succeed Cutler as President Rabbi Rottman To be Honored Mi sivta High School Women's >ivisk>n is planning a farewell luncheon for Rabbi H. Louis Rotti mi Thursday noon. May 14, at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Rabbi Rottman. who has accept t inception. 'We are truly appreciative i in Rottman's efl rts on behalf ffk Wf INSTALL GLASS WOW. EVERY PM tlVOSE STORE FIONT PUTf AND WINDOW GIASS fviniturt Taps, BcveleW MUrwt and Rcsifrerinf Our Specialty L & G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS 136 S.W. 8th STREET Phone FR LI363 Morris Orlin ''WWW^^'WWS—*ww ( 3 "Progressing with Our Many Satisfied Customers' ANOTHU LOCATION FOR YOUR CONVtNttNCt COULTON BROS. "Ar" "MAW %  "MAT" TOO* TEXACO BOyj Coral Way & S.W. 27th Ave. 840 S.W. 8th St. O Convenient Offices Serve Dade County off


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    May 8. 1964 Jen 1st Ifliridlicim Page 1 IB ill l>re Mr Mi I 1 f t IS irban League ills Officers Vrthur L. Pepper, 12430 (I will be Installed as it of the Suburban League Hee-aiul-cake meeting Wcd8 p.m., at Dade Federal : : %  ii: 1 Loan Association. So. Iry., at 194th St. lien of the installation are niel Franco and Mrs. RichIckman. and co-hostesses Jay Mitchell. Mrs. LariK'ii. and Mrs. Alan Hertz. new officers for 1964 to be include: ent. Mrs. Arthur Pepper; Ehip vice president. Mrs. [izrach; ways and means lident, Mrs. Macey Keyes; (ce president. Mrs. Alan volunteer service vice Mrs. James Orovitz. ling secretary, Mrs. Alan corresponding secretary. Blip Grossman; memberiretary, Mrs. David SumIjasurer, Mrs Sam Berkottiaplain, Mrs. Richard in parliamentarian, Mrs. |]lli:i"'i I, i, Mrs Morns Levitt. inard Parker, Mrs. Richand Mrs. Albert Morhas magnificent tapestried wals and paintings. All of us were surJ)i^ed... Pope .Paul VI is jgally qulte tall. He immediately thrust forward his hand in friendship and and gave us all a round of warm hearted handshakes." According to Heller, the Pope said that "he knows of the Jewish War Vete.-ans." When we informed His Hoiireii that we hac' come to speak about the three and a half million Jews in the Soviet Union, he replied: "Ah, yes. We are fully aware of these poor, pcor peop.e. We must pray very hard for them. I will personally pray for them'." As Commander Heller secit, 'The Pope implied his recognition and condemnation of Soviet antiSemitism in this remark. He also showed his deep interest in the problem and his willingness to do something about it." Heller said that Italian Ambassador to the Vatican Mangone interpreted the Pope's remarks as "suggesting the church's moral responsibility in the tragedy of Soviet Jewry." Left to riqht are Jewish War Veterans National Commander Daniel Neal Heller, Abraham Kraditcr and Pope Paul VI. JWV National Commander Says Pope Concerned About rate of Soviet Jewry ler Reelects is President inas, reelected for a sec as president ol FlaglerJewish Center, will be in ceremonies at the CenBursday, May 14, at 8:30 %  Ce presidents are Tom land Sam Kessler. krvv. Leo Drutz. was electBi second term; recording Mrs, Matthew Cohen; kndmg secretary, Mrs. %  truinpf; and financial secAirs. Hy Coverman. each la third term. prs of the board are BenAgronuw. Allen Bernkrant, Broun. Louis Bush. Berry ein, Hy Coverman. David Dorfnan, Norman Emmer. Si—el Kra-vhlau, I)a\id Cold•nbej, s. mm. 'I Coldstein. Selig 'Oleik Jlut i.... Hor.lon. Mi-.. Jack >een, Milton Hart. Samuel Holander. Mrs. I "i::.:. Levine. Morns I'erlaSHB Joseph Press, Marvin •choenbei. ll.irold Strumpf. Nathan Ad.'lm.m. Sol Issenberg, tie Ruben-inn Hafdt Strumpf will install the A Miami at) irney had an aud cc v. an Pope Paul VI in the \ i tican. II" is Daniel I I Heller. The en< .'iarrangi d in Heller's capacitj :i~ national commander ol She Jewish War Veterans ol the United States "Actually;," explained Heller. "I had been trying to get a lacc-tutace inters ie w with Ntkita Khrushchev In Moscow ..i order to discuss t tittragic -ituation Of Jews behind the Iron Curtain. "The State Department," he explained, "approved my request, and I had several meetings with Anatole Myshkov, first secretary of the Soviet Union in the United States. As a matter of fact, he attended a reception in my honor given by the JWV in Washington about a month and a half ago." Kaler Graduates As Pharmacist Ronald Kaler graduated from the College of Pharmacy at the University of Florida on Apr. 18. Son of'Mr. and Mrs. Calvin H. Kaler. 470 SW 21st Rd.. he was! president of his pharmacy fraternity. It ho Pi Phi. and will be associated with his brother, Leonard Kaler, in the operation of Kaler's Medical Arts Drug of No. Miami. 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    Page 12-B Dr. Baumgard To be President Of Rabbinical Unit I)r Herbert Baumgard, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Am. %  No Kendall Dr.. So, Miami. Wednesday elected president 0 the Rabbinical Association of %  tter Miami Other olticers elected were ,bi .Jonah Caplan, Oi Temple •h Yeshurun, vice president; bi Harold Richter, Beth Raphseen tars i and Rabbi Norman ro, Beth David, treasurer Rabbi Solomon Schiff, of Congatinn Beth El. on i was i lected to a three-year i, as executive vice prsident. bi Scbifl was commended "for tstanding leadership during his n in office Other outgoing officers include Rabbi Eugene Labovitx, Temple Ner Tamid, secretary; Rabbi Morris Graff, Temple Israel, treasurer; Rabbi Alfred Waxman, Temple Zion, executive vice president. Rabbi Baumgard served as vice president. The new president was ordained at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in New York in 1950. from which he earned his loitoratc in Hebrew Literature in ]9f2. Rabbi Baumgard obtained his undergraduate degree at the University of Virginia, and spent four years in graduate work at Columi u University's Department of Ancient Semitic Languages and < ill lures. Installation of new officers will take place in June. RABBI H£SB£RT BAUMSARD Chapter Closes Season Miami Beach Alternoon Chap-, lei of Women's American ORT. will hold its closing luncheon; meeting at 11:30 a.m.. Wednes-. day. at the Barcelona Hotel. "Sing-Along-with Dutch" and thej chapter's birthday celebration will be featured. Seminar Slated By Mount Sinai Medical staff of Mount Sinai Hospital will hold its 14th annual postgraduate seminar at the Fontainebleau Hotel on Thursday. Ha) li. through Saturday. May 16. featuring "Electronics in aledicine and Surgery." The seminar, designed to inform the physicians on the lat.-t important developments in the use ,i "Electronics in Medicine and Surgery." will have as members of 'ifaculty 12 nationallyknown professors and doctors, w ho specialize in various aspects „i the subject, chosen from hospitals, universities and medical schools throughoul the country. In addition to the individual lectures lour symposia will be held during the three-day course, with both local men and out of town guests participating. Included in the latter will be Dr. David P. Morris, head of the Launch Site Medical Operations. NASA, Manned Spacecraft Center. Florida Operations. According to Dr. Leonard L. Weil, local chairman, some 500 Friday, May 8. 19() Oneg Shabat af Home Dr. and Mrs. [rving Lehrman have extended an invitation to members of the Tempi,. Emaou-El Confirmation Class ol 1954 atul their parents to Join them at a special Onejj Shabbat at their home Saturday afternoon ; 4 p.m. Members of the Board ot Education have also bun unit eo to attend, when n the 1964 assay eontesi on • wh at the Synagogue Mi a {• %  physicians from many parts of the United States. Canada and South America have already enrolled for the seminar, which is also open to medical students, interns and residents Lorber Chapter Donor Luncheon Honoring a nationwide Institution for 58 years of service to children afflicted with asthma. Lorber Chapter of the Children's Asthma Research Institute and Hospital at Denver will sponsor a donor luncheon on Saturday noon ai the Celebrity Room of the Coconut Grove Playhouse Members and their guests will atUnd the matinee performance of "Guys and Dolls" at the Coconut Gi \e Playhouse Theatre. In charge of planning for the event are Mesdames Robert Smith. S: fred Freed and Ernie Harris In urging support of the donor eheon, Mrs. Marvin Gubern 11. president of the chapter. stated that "the hospital home is largest facility in the nation tin treatment of youthful intract%  asthmatics." Twenty Lorber members will be honored at the luncheon for their fi, d-raising activities. GET AWAY FROM IT All ^ I why b* iwaliovfd by • % c'rxk? l.v.ng d'ly • •• • ihock* ?cm • vov' c'e$ i"o •** if Ret*n yo-'if 1 mid th rrees Revel c< itgM with wine nd %onq'. A PAMOISP Vov cm bt lu'e W''h lupf'b dn">g '"' ,ht >'<"" Acte^imodiHoni? Iht very bei>. *e ch*"n *0' you *C rttl Whe'e 1 p't int'eol we bolt? Jut! 10 m.nuttl I'Oni OV COt' An llUnd Cillld BhmUnd .Aivrc MratefSj !** l^y *nd iind l,.e l.k • King end b* I'M. 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    , May 8. 1964 • 'Jewisti nor Mian Page 13-B Jfyar n ,^..„ the restaurant, resembling a coun' fas Mitzvah, Rabbi Alfred gation, will conduct late Friday rma ""• erm %  ^7 !" *"j try provincial French chalet, will r fan officiating. evening services, May 8. when Mrs. John *} !" !" ;* lr *-^ m l !" ^ rw l French and continental f an. a seventh grade student Cheryl Sue Tytell. daughter of Mr. J"P lan ""' "" KOsmg na cuisine. Chez Pepe will be open., nee de Leon Junior High, and Mrs Bernard Tytell, becomes "^""JJJ soitliiV is Sisterhood l vcr >' evening from dinner begin to continue her studies in Bas Mitzvah. [Temple Zion Confirmation Interested in dramatics, Cheryl president. i has participated in plays at Shen* • • andoah Junior High, where she is Souih Florida COUJIC/I Harold Rabinoviti i in the seventh grade, and in numMitzvah of Harold, son of erous Beth David Religious School South Florida Council, ring at 4 p.m. Luncheon will not % be served to the public, hut the > K. & K. PHILLIPS 66 SERVICE iv ed will be p ano sented its annual Open House on, jcnent 0. m. -or 1, years at Beth Her paternal grandparents, Can-. Saturday night at the Hillel House, ^fjjj, 8 J^ ^e^zo years Saturday tor and Mrs Moses Teite.baum. Featured entert.mment highlightn ^ |^r^ ^ Automotive Repairs & Road Service 14295 N.W. 7th AVENUE North Miami restaurant will be available for % j banquets or group luncheons. % 3 n al Heny Leitson will act as gen> [andMrs": "Raymond"'Rabino-! produclions. She also plays Ihe B'rith S^Of^SS 1 ^ fs^earM TIRES-TTBES'I BATTERIES \ 19030 NE 20th Ct., will be piano, during services Congregation on Saturday Ing, May 9. pioneer residents of Miami, now ed the Diplomats. AWV THE NEW CHEZ PEPE' AT 5950 SO. DIXJE HWY. barbeque," which became famous > throughout the midwest, including Cleveland, St. Louis, and spread % to Pittsburgh. He was owner of j ^ the famed Brown's Cottage in | %  Cleveland, and later owned and managed restaurants in Detroit before coming to Miami. The entire interior motif of the restaurant is red, white and blue, the French national colors. Manycolorful European posters adorn the larger dining room. Deen, who also designed the nearby Ale House, was responsible for carrying out the plan of decor except for furnishings. The two dining rooms will seat 200 people. William Gertz has been appointed food manager and chef, while Albert Van Erp will act as Maitre d'. Ph. 688-9359 AUTOMATIC GAS 13090 N.W. 7th Ave. MU 1-4638



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    + k*istiRork0!V> Friday. May I I %  Page 14 B —-—== ========== ===:===== ^^ ii ~PKI^ |l ,..rn,l i n.h,non : l,S,,,. : "^S^,^ „„h l>r Ro I>,„I,. Cftunttana • Joined other norldiani Ihroughoul the state to trek to the polta Tuesday, where they promptl) contributed to *cor ing ,1 political upset, Jacksonville Mayor If ay don Burns, running for Governor ol Florida, as of press ''""•• wi,n a „f Florida'! 2.274 Returned o his teat in the U.S. Houte of Representative* was Rep. Claude Poooer with 60,852 votes to Woody Hampton's 20,02 in tho Third District. In Dado's other congressional race, incumbent Democrat Re?. Dante Faseell ran unopposed. In the Florida Utilities Commission race, it was as Ipllows Ed Mason, incumbent, 44.r>;7. over Brewer, 178J90. Former Metro Commissioner Robert Haverfield scored ; %  victory over long-time Incumbent CUfl was Mar-Len Gardens Community Here Now under construction is Mai l Pn Gardens al 18800 NE 14th \w No Miami Beach i',,. garden apartment communu ifor adults only \t Mar Len .. mi, MIS ire featured two hixuri .,ns swlmmins. pools, with one ol them heated, s huge air condi Honed auditorium and complete stage, a full-time recreation dlrechoraeahoe pitching and sep sauna Also featured are a billiard room, card rooms, steam baths, shuffleboard, tun deck, fullyequipped kitrhen, hobby room, patio areas, and putting green. Mar l pn Gardens is directly behind Hoi dim s in the I68rd St. Shopping Center Available within walking distance are shopping, theatres, restaurants, temples and iins SIT\ Ice Garden apartments bouin as low as 17.668. Pioneer builders are the team "i I eonard Pearl, l*onard Schreiber, Marcus Geaundheit and Sidney Gordon The exclusive site features s recreation building with three acres of private facil [ties for Mar-Len residents only. hrrc uarnerin., ,„„,„ %  46.626. Al-ran Charles Brown. 1W. ,„ „„. ra ces for State Legialature it was .is folows: '"Group One D.vld Eldred£ (i ,, 128 m runoff against Robert Shevin. 41.408. Runnewe Opp.nlx.rn. 15.862; Belting, 18.3". and Buss, 1202. Group Two Ralph Tost on. 45, 714. runoff Bgainsl Bernard Berman. 83.066 Losers were Caftoun. 22 459 Kavanaugii, 16.061; '>' r 8.787; Smith, 5.186; and Bomar. 3.681. Group Five It will be a run llH between Dick Renlck, 5ti.320; and Kenneth Myers, 4H.ti44 Loser was Furlong, 30.212. Group Six Incumbent Murray Dubbin defeated his opponent. Hugh Wilson, by 78.688 to 32.870. Group Seven Mary Ann Mac KeiUie, 67.572. to win over Brower. 22.211; Meyerson, 18,621; steams. 10.638; Kraunsz, 9.517; and Oest erie, !'.:<78. Group Twelve Dick Fincher, winner, with 81.563, over Bell, 36.841 Group Fourteen ilaxinc Baker, 54.408: ever Young, 26.787; and Whiting, 28.674. In the race lor sherrif, incumbenl T. A Tal" Buchanan, defeated his opponent, Miner, by 111508 to 33.264. In the raee for Juvenile Judge, it will be a runoff between Don Stone. 39.488; versus incumbent Judge Culbreath, 32.247. Others were Goahgarian, 29.55.4; Coniglio, 22.310; and Levine, 1R.162. In Small Claims louit Marten Shachat, 75.186, over Sundle, 25. 188 For School Board; Group One—Jane Roberts, in cumbent, 62.504. over Goodman, 28.205. Knoll. 10.979. Kryar. 9.399; Mavilyu, 4,348; ami LanRboin, 3 ?19 Specht 17.300: and Smith. 8,767. Dittrict Four-Winner was C T. McCrimmon, 49.220; Davidson. 46.817. District Five—incio.i.ient Anna Bn-nner Meyers. 86.932. defeated Nash, 29.660. For Justice of the Peace District One-Hugh DuVal. 31.286, winner, o\er Christmas. 29.433. Dittrict Four-Adair. 4.530 win„„ over Dt-utsch. 1.929; Weber. 1 903; Shumpes. 249. In the Constable's contett, Dittrict One-Cilbert. 37.740; winner Over Hllddleston. 13.448. ] District Two-Bradley. 6 339. and GiUeaple, 4.658. In runoff; alsora ns; Tumblm. 864; Kersey. 693. District Three-Thclma HardiM.n incumbent, winner. 18.857. over Madden. 13.421 District Four-Wright. 3.127. and Conway. 2.610. runoff over Edwards. 1.879. and Brock. 863 District Five-Leonard Vyin stein, 10,025, winner over Cletn. 3 091 Treasure Cay In Fishing Tourney Treasure Cay, Abaco, Bahamas, i ne of the newest resorts in the Bahamas. 121 nautical miles from Nassau and 167 miles northeast of Miami, will launch itsecond annual bonefisbing tournament on May 10 and will run through Ma) 16, according to an announcement made by the manag< ment. With acres and acreof hone fishing Hats lying on t>"'h sides of Abaco. with Treasure Cay ufc nated in the midst of them, the inn has bonefisbing banks almost within wading and alking distance of its 600-tt bj 6 I ft marina. Silver cups will be awarded to anglers holding first, second and third places at the conclusion of PAUL MANDi String Group Heard Here The Pierre M .,: %  ..;. el. in cooperation with Public Librarj concert on Thursday, 8;15 p.m. Program of Haydn. Mozarl and % ski : Members of th quirtrj Pierre Mande, violin; Ridsdale, violin; Oemttr*| vicla, and Vittorio C*j cello. Paul Robert Mamie, dart was to play • No 6. for i lark* quartet Son of Pierre Maori*, tb musician is • %  j Cables Senior High. m\ first clarinet with the Symphonic Societj | i.a pupil of William £ the tournan (\ ery contesi citation. • MARIE* GARDENS MOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION AT 16300 Nf 14th AVI. 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    May 8. 1964 +Jfwi*t>Fk>rSdUr*r Page 15-B lie Emanu-EI Affiliate Unit rs to be Installed Friday Evening M. Lipton. president of hSmanu-El, announces that \p\v will hold the annual Jon of its Sisterhood, bod and PTA on Friday fat 8:30 p.m. stallution dinner will be Isirkin Hall preceding the Dr. Irving Lehrman will e new officers and officialIt them into office. ... i, .(•'.,! sisterhood ""vii11. r ii -i Shapiro, president; ne. i %  li'iiut ii. honorary \iee ; Mr*. Milton Slrkin. Mr*, tevey, Mm. Th.-..dore Kalli-H Jll uli KatZlliail. Vice plisl|Mrs i::iyiimiiil Mi Is,hick. Mt* Sam Wleeen, adjnln[trcasurer; Mrs. Louis H;ui-IdlllK f .-r. larj : Mi s. Hi nrj %  ttitilm secretary; Mm. ,ln I. tn.-nilu rship fin.ui%  rtar.i : Mm. Michael Roeein, Bit<;ii.. financial secretary: fc.i %  l'--s. nglll l.n. seele'alv I i it <; Mrs. Kenneth Hokol%  i : n M e, Alexander Kogan, Martin Woolln, ChHrles ravers, .\l Zabln and Leonard XiiK.it FVdlnwInR are the new PTA officers: Mesdntws Ham Luby Jr., preaIdenl: irvliia i.. iifiiiaii. hnnornr) vice prevldent: lln Levy, Martin Smith, Ronald Fine, I .,-• .ii:ll-.l l-'liodlalnl %  n tt Alan Rothstein. vice presidents: Seymour SPiui'i, t r--a in-, r. 11 %  %  t • %  i-t I'.mhwald, conresimnillng secretary: Ira Hader, finaui-i.il secretary: Raymond Mufaon, recording secretary: Alvln Cawn, Hoclnl secretary: Stuurl Goldman. historian. Hoard of Direct) rs Includes Mesdames Seymour AUcrnian. Rrtnuld Anr, MTlton F*cller, Sol Goldateln, Alfred l.evl. I'uul Plulkln, Prank Schneider, Stunrl Simon, Harold In mi-. Joseph Abilow, Koberi Funk Norman Oilier, lienjajnlii ilreene, Elllotl Harris, itaphael V'unea, Hlrsh Aili.-r. Donald Aronow, Donald A.-thur, Jack Axelrod, Joseph Kauliua, Morris nick}'. Jack Rlmbaum. Mesdnmes Pnttl Blumberg, Martin Borkan, l.to Kr.mleis, Harold llrooKB, I'hlllp Brooks, entries ('..HI.-IMHI. Dennis Carlln, Irvlnx Cowan, [rvlnx Cypen Leon Epstein, Peter Goldrlng, Daviil Goodman, William Uordon, %  i i i'• nil of Dlrectoitinllesiluuies Joseph Abelow, Abrnmson, llns.li Adler, All.—i .in. Arthur Apple |a\ Rimer, R. Allt-n Becker, -rgm a, Leo Berman, MilChi .. Binder, Max Boiini'-. Brick; i.iiuis Bunlm, ng, Mortimer <'ohen, Uri |n. Ir\ IIIH 'j pen. Max I >lnlsI Duiddn, Jack hulk, MilGeorge Feuer, Jack Fine, Sum Filedland. ps M turlce Qans, Chnrli %  en V. "ii linsbui a. .1 li !> %  •,ii.ii ,i Qllckman, Allen I %  • ioldberg, Bol GoldH IHI.III. Raymond \ %  del (lordon, \\ llliam ,i in ii i ioraon, Abe > : liri %  \ii i Hankoff, BlB. Anna W. Hlrahman, s,>i plan, Shi rman Kap.-.K Kins, Theodore KipK"' iztiy, Murry Koretaky, Dveis. Ml rrls ls M ron Miinak. A. .1. n-ii Morton, Phltln Neure N'.w-mnn, Edward Newi IVrlniutter, Paul PlotI .lurk B. Poplck, t.:. Leo Robinson, Hurl > .I.-ptl M. Rose, Harry Mi-sen II. Rosenhouse, ili n, Simon R. Rubin, Ju%  Vteln. Murraj BchwartsIni Silverman, Jack Silv rM lv.-ittian. I'halieH SI florlin Stall h. Mill,,n Smith. Alfreil 'In i: Mi-ulil. T..I.I.,.iuaaman. Mi I'.iin.s. liuorai aliaooff. I -onard Ti 'mrer, FtucV Kew of i r Hilton Pi I. T. Itch, Philip Thau, Thomas Trent, Har1 yp.-ii. Samuel liaiimeranoa. .: Martin S. Borkan, harles Kosenlilatt. finan>. Albert Osslp, chaplain. Directors mclunea Joseph n.,r-i AbramsoQ, Dr. Bey.iii. Stanley Apte. Robarl Jerry Blank. Herbert Mlrwin S. ITassel, Alvln P. Clinnnine, Judge MeyJ,.— II)I Cohan, Tad Cohen, Ian, Judo Irving t'\ p.-n. In. Judge Milton K.-ller. I. Noah Plelsher. Robert N".-nan Ulller, Ben Elon iniuat, A:: -I.-I,p \\. nue Bronx, N' w York Yin ARE HEREBY notified that a Complaint for Divorce has been filed agalnsi you, an.i you are hereby required to serve u copj ol youi nnawei in the Complain I on the Plaintiffatorney, ARTHL'R W. KARL1CK, whose iiddrem i~ 21 N.W. nth Street Miami. Florida, ami til. the original of the Answer In the of I lee of the. Clerk of the Kleventh Judicial circuit in .mo foi Bade County, Florida nn or before the s tli daj of June, 1961, in default of which thi i 'ompla nl w II in taken as con '• ssed by you. I 'ai.-il Hit'.ih das of .Uiii. 1964 E. B. LEATHERMAN i 'lei I, of : lie Circuit Court (seall By; i P. Cl H'ELAND Deputy cu-rk : t-i: S2-;"i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of KITE-WAY SERVICE Bl'RKAl al rii Box -<'•' %  %  North .Miami Beach, pia.. intends to register said ntime with the Clerk "f the circuit court ,.i Bade County, Florida. ii 11 IN V. KEEl IAN Sole Owner P.O. Box -• % % % %  Nirih Miami Beach, Florida NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Che undersigned, desiring to i-ngnse in l.iitin.ss under the fictitious name ol SlltFSIliK (iCI.F SERVICE 8TATPiN at :'i"l Harding Ave., Kurtside. Fin., intends tO reRister said Maine With the Cleik ol tinCfrcUft CoOTI oi Bade Count), Florida. WALTER MCROTF 5 I5-SS-29 Ciment Named To Honorary Perry Ciment. of 1330 Drexel Ave., was named to Kappa Tau Alpha, national journalism honorary, this week. Ciment, 20, will graduate this June from the University of Miami with a BA in journalism. He plans to go into advertising. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in i business under the fictitious name of | Rosenblatt. ROYAL ISLE APARTMENTS at 70S East Drive, Harbor Island, North Bay Village intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit i;ourt of I hole County, Florida. HYMAN KIRSNER IDA KIRSNER I.EEP &ANKUS Attorneys for Hunan & Ida Kiisnei:. B-15-I2-S9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY" GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to ena*c in bm.lne.ss under the fictitious name of Lot'ETTE CERAMICS at :'W Pay Drive, Suite 711, Miami Beach. Florida Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Bade Couniv, Florida. LOl'ISE F. MAEN Sole Owner Beluel. Albert. Weiss & Lyons Attorneys for Applicant HSU West Flagler Street Miami. Florida r S-l.-|-L'U-'.'9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that thi undersigned, desiring to engage in business uiid' r the fictitious names of The Wedding Center? The Wedding Center ol Miami; The Wedding Center ..I Coral Cables: Tile Wedding Center of Florida; The Wedding Center of (Ireuter Miami at :tiiH Coral Way. Miami, Florida intends 10 register said names with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Bade County, Florida. MARIAN FliEEKIELD Owner 5 8-15-22-29 CIRCUIT COURT, HTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLA. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 4984 GENE MARTIN BENNETT. Plaintiff, vs. PEARL BENNETT, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION vol. PEARL BENNETT, Residence Cnkonwn, are notified to serve a copy of vn nanswer to Divorce Complaint filed against you on Plaintiff's attorney, GEORGE NICHOLAS, 812 N.W. 12th Ave.. Miami. Fin., and file original With Clerk of this Court on or befere June Sth IM4, otherwise complafnt will be confesed by you. DATED May 1. 19*1. E. II. LEATHERMAN Clerk of ihe Circuit Court (seal) By: c. P. COPEI.AND Deputy Clerk R-16-S2-2S IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 61675-A Hon W. F. Blanton IN RE; Estate of LEAH CIIASEMAN. i >• ceamed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons tU\ ing Claims or Demands Against Said Hsiat.-: You are hereby notified and required iii presenl an) claims and ib inands which you may have against Hi. .stale of LEAH CHASEMAN di ceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the County .ledges of Dad. County, a lid file (he same in duplicate and as provided In Sect ton ?:;:;. is. Florida statutes, in their offices in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Floruit, within six calendar months from the time of tile first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. Dated at Miami. Florida, tills 21'tb da) of April. A.I i. Il'BI. JollN H. DI'IIII;. Administrator 9('-.' Ainslev BWg. Miami. Fla. SUM; Ph. S79-1644 JOHN II. Dliriil. Esq., Administialoi MM Ainsle) Bfdg., Miami, Fhi. .%  • I-<-I:.--.-J IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 59244-C IN RE; Estate of MAE DA.S'NA 1 i.ceasi'l NOTICE ON INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION KiiR DISTKlRlTlON AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereby given that I have filed a Final Reisirt and Petition for Distribution and Final O^cliurge us Executrix of the estate of MAE BANNA, deceased; and that on ihe S6th day of May. l'.'HI. will apply to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said Finai Reoort and for distribution and final discharge as Executrix of the estate of the above-named decedent. This 27th dav of April, 1964. .MARIE DANNA Executrix KIRT WELL1SCH Attorney 1*7 Almeria Avenue Coral Gables, Florida 8/1-8-15-M YOU GET MORE CALLS WHIN YOUR PHONt 15 ALWAYS ANSWUtlD We can answer your phone in your own name. Less than $5 par week for a full tima Telephone Secretary. ANSWERITE, INC. 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SOI TIIEASTERN HAT CORP 4 17-24. 5/1-J NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersiKiied, desiring to engage in business under the fletitioiis name of PALMAR APARTMENTS at IttR"7 Abbott Avenue, Miami Reach, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of tinCircuit Court of Dado County, Florida MARTHA BAIJ.AN MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicant 1111 Ainsley Hldg. 4 17-24, i'1-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious namo Of SINSIIINK i All WASH al ISIRO \V. Dlxb Highway, North Miami Beach, Florida Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. SALVATi IRE MIRAHELLA Sole i Iwner I'AI'l. KWITNKY of Sllverstein, Kw & Attornej for App 120 Lincoln Road Mall Miami Beai li. Fla i i. .". l-8-ll



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    "(Jewish Florldian
    Jume 37 Number 20
    Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH mtKlY
    Miami. Florida. Friday. May 15. 1964
    Three Sections Price 21:
    MENICAl SPIRIT
    <&
    iardinal Bea
    Outlines New
    'raft on Jews
    lOME (JTA) Augustin
    t-dinal Bca. president of the
    can Secretarial lor the Pro-
    ition ol Christian Unity, outlin-
    | this week the revised text of
    Ecumenical Council draft de-
    | on Catholic-Jewish relations,
    draft will be placed bclure
    Council's third session, start-
    in September. Cardinal Bea
    the architect ol the proposal,
    he Cardinal's statement, stress-
    that the late Pope John XXIII
    per>onally endorsed the Car-
    ial's key views on the subject,
    eared in the current issue of
    pta Catholica, the influential
    suit periodical.
    fThe Cardinal declared it wit
    of jutt" to call the Jewish
    aple "a deiclde people and
    trefore cursed by God" and
    at even in Christ's time, "the
    Sole people" did not cooperate
    the condemnation. He added
    lie less so is it permitted to-
    ly to consider those of the Jew-
    faith responsible."
    )n this basis, he added, the
    1ft "deduces the warning to
    ^Jid all that may cause con-
    tempt or provoke hatred against"
    Jcw> "in religious teaching, in
    schism and, in particular, in
    paining Christ's life and pas-
    and the doctrine of His ro-
    oming death and in contact with
    krs."
    said the second part of the
    ft lists "all the good" which
    Catholic Church received
    fagh the Jewish people "and
    r> thing that is common to both
    gions is mentioned." The
    brili acknowledges with grati-
    ^i that it.- predetermuusm" is
    fed in the Jewish patriarchs
    prophets and that the Church
    Continued on Page 6-A
    Justice Warren
    )n Prayers in
    WASHINGTON (JTA) Chief,
    stuc Earl Warren defended this
    Jck the Supreme Court ban on
    yen in public schools as the
    ttise Judiciary Committee con-
    |ucd its hearings on proposed
    IStitUtlonal amendments to void
    It decision.
    Speaking at a dedication in the
    piscopal Cathedral here, the
    iief Justice did not mention the
    Jling specifically but noted that
    constitutional separation of
    ^urch and state was meant to
    ottit not only the state but also
    lligion. Under the federal con-
    Jitution, he said, interaction of
    tligion and state "is made in-
    prmal and free and not non-
    KiMant, as some claim." He
    tided that the interaction was "as
    fruitful as Americans have the
    (ill and the strength to make it."
    The Anti-Defamation League
    [of B'nai B'rith entered a sharp
    Idissent before the House Judi-
    Iciary Committee to the propos-
    Israel Starts Testing Tap
    Of Jordan River Project
    CAKDMAL BIA
    warning deduced
    State Dep't
    Rebuffs Council
    For Judaism
    WASHINGTON (JTA'- The
    Department of State did not en-
    dorse any of the claims and
    charges made by the American
    Council for Judaism, alleging dual
    loyalty implications in Zionism.
    Blld the Assistant Secretary ol
    State for the Near East. Phillips
    Talkot, refused to meet with heads
    Ol the Council on this subject.
    These facts emerged here Sun
    day from the full text ol the letter
    sent by Mr. Ttlbof to Council
    Vice President Elmer Berger on
    Apr. 20. The Council released
    only part ol the letter at its an
    nual meeting here this weekend
    The lull text of the letter reads:
    "We have carefully studied
    your letter of March 14, 1964,
    drawing the Department of
    Continued on Page 8-A
    JERUSALEM (JTA) The
    Government announced this week
    that water has been Ilowing lrom
    Lake Tiberias to the Negev through
    the National Water Carrier pipe
    network for several days in the
    lust test of the huge Jordan-to-
    Negev irrigation system.
    The statement said that testing
    ol the system of pumps, canals,
    siphons and conduits would con-
    tinue for several weeks and that
    if no major repairs, alterations or
    additions were needed, lull opera-
    tions would start in the summer.
    The first flow fed into an open
    canal to test the canal bed along
    .he Lake hillsides.
    The Merkorot Company, which
    is in charge of operating the
    project, said it was testing pres-
    sures of pumps and pipes and
    canals along the 70-mile carrier
    from the lake to the central dis-
    tribution station near Petah
    Tikvah. The initial testing dem-
    onstrated orderly functioning of
    the huge pumps and pipes to
    that point, the company said.
    Israel has assured the United
    States that the withdrawals will
    nol exceed Israel's share under the
    Jordan waters regional plan de-
    veloped by the late Eric Johnston
    as a speclcal emissary ol then
    President Eisenhower. Israel has
    carried out its part of the plan
    independently because of Arab
    refusal to cooperate. Jordan has
    been drawing water from the sys-
    tem downstream through the Yar-
    inuk tributary and Syria and Leb-
    anon have been drawing water
    lrom the' Jordan river upstream.
    It was reported that between 30
    billion and 40 billion gallons would
    be drawn from Lake Tiberias an-
    nually at first and that diversion
    would be increased to 75 billion
    gallons a year by the end of the
    decade. Initially the area under
    cultivation will not be extended
    because about two-thirds of the
    accruing water will be used to re-
    charge or replace the wells on the
    Mediterranean coast where sea
    water has infiltrated the water
    sources. The rest of the water
    initially will go to existing settle-
    ments where water is in short
    supply.
    Demand Bonn Bar Scientific
    Mavericks at Work in Cairo
    POVitRfUl ARAB LOBBY PAGl 5-4
    JERUSALEM iJTAl Is-
    raels Parliament adopted this
    iveek a unanimous resolution de-
    manding that the West German
    Qovernmenl take' urgent meas
    ires for the immediate halting of
    the "criminal activity" oi West
    German scientists working in
    .ilgypt on "weapons ol destruction
    -ndangering Israel's security and
    the region- peace
    fall of the h.iier regime, which
    had caused the destruction of
    millions of Jews, members of
    the same people were again
    engaged in actions aimed at
    helping President Nasser of
    Egypt to attack Israel where the
    survivors of the Naii holocaust
    lived.
    Mrs. Meir recalled the 1!K>3
    Knesset resolution and asserted
    Defends Ban
    Public Schools
    ed constitutional amendments.
    Seymour Grabard, chairman of
    the ADL special Committee on
    Church-State Relations, said that
    government forma lization of re-
    ligious practices would "down-
    grade the essentially voluntary
    nature of prayer" and would
    create a "watered-down seculif-
    istic kind of religion which would
    Continued on Page 7-A
    The Knesset reiterated its reso- tbat the explanations lor contin-
    lution ot March 20. 1963 which de- ue nounced those activities and ex- |,10priate legislation were unac-
    pressed displeasure that no ef- ct-ptable to Israel. "We cannot
    active measures had been taken accept the view that the choice
    on the problem since by West facing the West German Covern
    Germany. The resolution also ment js one between the freedom
    called on world public opinion to ol -(nc individual and refraining
    exert its influence to bring about lrom action to prevent its citizens
    an end to the work in Egypt of in Egypt from aiding in prepara-
    the scientists
    The debate was opened by
    Mrs. Golda Meir, Israel's For-
    eign Minister. She declared that
    the West German Government
    could not remain indifferent to
    the fact that. If years after the
    t*ons for Israels liquidation," she
    .-aid. "In a democratic regime,
    freedom of the individual also does
    not mean freedom to commit
    crimes."
    "We expect the German Gov-
    Continued on Page 16-A
    British Debate Nuclear Escalation
    LONDON (JTA) Prime
    Minister Alec Douglas-Home de-
    clared in the House of Commons
    this week that the British Govern-
    ment has no evidence that either
    Israel or Egypt was trying to pro-
    duce nuclear weapons or was like-
    ly to have such weapons soon.
    He made the statement in reply
    to questions from Arthur Hender-
    son, Labor MP. British Labor
    party leader Harold Wilson, and
    Jo Grimmond, Liberal MP. The
    discussion was the first in the
    House on the issue since reports
    emerged, in connection with the
    CENTRO Council of Ministers
    meeting in Washington recently,
    that Egypt was developing nuclear
    warheads for its missile program
    with the aid of West German
    scientists,
    The Prime Minister said that
    Britain was working hard, at the
    Geneva disarmament confer-
    ence, to get a ban on prolifera-
    tion of nuclear weapons, to ap-
    Continued on Page 3-A
    Nik in Egypt
    LONDON (JTA i Sov-
    iet Premier Nikita Khrush-
    chev Monday sharply attack
    ed Israel's plans to bring
    waters from the Jordan River
    to the Negev for irrigation
    purposes. He gave his sup-
    port to the Arab stand in the
    dispute, it was reported here
    from Cairo.
    Addressing the Egyptian
    National Assembly during
    his current visit to that coun-
    try, Premier Khrushchev
    said that the Soviet Union
    supports the "just causes"
    of the Arab nations which
    regard the Israeli plan as a
    hostile act. "The Israeli
    project transgresses upon
    the rights of the Arabs to
    use these waters." Khrush-
    chev declared, adding that
    Israel planned to "rob the
    Arab world of its own wat-
    er."
    DR. NAHUM GOIDMANN
    among guests
    Treblinka Rites
    Draw Huge
    Attendance
    TREBLINKA. Poland (JTA)
    __With most solemn rites conclud-
    nl with the recitation of the Kad-
    dish and El Moleh Rachmim. US,-
    000 to 18,000 persons, including a
    large delegation of Jewish lead-
    ers from abroad, participated here
    Monday in the dedication of a
    monument to 800,000 Jews mur-
    dered at the infamous Treblinka
    concentration camp and gas cham-
    bers by the Nazis.
    The ceremonies took tour hours
    during which impassioned ad-
    dresses were delivered by Polish
    officials and a leader of the Pol-
    ish Jewi-h community. Two hun-
    dred wreaths were laid at the foot
    Continued on Page 10-A



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    "(Jewish Florldian Jume 37 — Number 20 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH mtKlY Miami. Florida. Friday. May 15. 1964 Three Sections — Price 21: MENICAl SPIRIT <& iardinal Bea Outlines New 'raft on Jews lOME — (JTA) — Augustin t-dinal Bca. president of the %  can Secretarial lor the Proition ol Christian Unity, outlin| this week the revised text of Ecumenical Council draft de| on Catholic-Jewish relations, draft will be placed bclure Council's third session, startin September. Cardinal Bea %  the architect ol the proposal, he Cardinal's statement, stressthat the late Pope John XXIII per>onally endorsed the Carial's key views on the subject, eared in the current issue of pta Catholica, the influential suit periodical. fThe Cardinal declared it wit of jutt" to call the Jewish aple "a deiclde people and trefore cursed by God" and at even in Christ's time, "the Sole people" did not cooperate the condemnation. He added lie less so is it permitted toly to consider those of the Jewfaith responsible." )n this basis, he added, the 1ft "deduces the warning to ^Jid all that may cause contempt or provoke hatred against" Jcw> "in religious teaching, in schism and, in particular, in paining Christ's life and pasand the doctrine of His rooming death and in contact with krs." %  said the second part of the ft lists "all the good" which Catholic Church received fagh the Jewish people "and r> thing that is common to both gions is mentioned." The brili acknowledges with grati^i that it.predetermuusm" is fed in the Jewish patriarchs prophets and that the Church Continued on Page 6-A Justice Warren )n Prayers in WASHINGTON — (JTA) Chief, stuc Earl Warren defended this Jck the Supreme Court ban on %  yen in public schools as the ttise Judiciary Committee con|ucd its hearings on proposed IStitUtlonal amendments to void It decision. Speaking at a dedication in the piscopal Cathedral here, the iief Justice did not mention the Jling specifically but noted that constitutional separation of ^urch and state was meant to ottit not only the state but also lligion. Under the federal conJitution, he said, interaction of tligion and state "is made inprmal and free and not nonKiMant, as some claim." He tided that the interaction was "as fruitful as Americans have the (ill and the strength to make it." The Anti-Defamation League [of B'nai B'rith entered a sharp Idissent before the House JudiIciary Committee to the proposIsrael Starts Testing Tap Of Jordan River Project CAKDMAL BIA warning deduced State Dep't Rebuffs Council For Judaism WASHINGTON — (JTA'-— The Department of State did not endorse any of the claims and charges made by the American Council for Judaism, alleging dual loyalty implications in Zionism. Blld the Assistant Secretary ol State for the Near East. Phillips Talkot, refused to meet with heads Ol the Council on this subject. These facts emerged here Sun day from the full text ol the letter sent by Mr. Ttlbof to Council Vice President Elmer Berger on Apr. 20. The Council released only part ol the letter at its an nual meeting here this weekend The lull text of the letter reads: "We have carefully studied your letter of March 14, 1964, drawing the Department of Continued on Page 8-A JERUSALEM (JTA) The Government announced this week that water has been Ilowing lrom Lake Tiberias to the Negev through the National Water Carrier pipe network for several days in the lust test of the huge Jordan-toNegev irrigation system. The statement said that testing ol the system of pumps, canals, siphons and conduits would continue for several weeks and that if no major repairs, alterations or additions were needed, lull operations would start in the summer. The first flow fed into an open canal to test the canal bed along .he Lake hillsides. The Merkorot Company, which is in charge of operating the project, said it was testing pressures of pumps and pipes and canals along the 70-mile carrier from the lake to the central distribution station near Petah Tikvah. The initial testing demonstrated orderly functioning of the huge pumps and pipes to that point, the company said. Israel has assured the United States that the withdrawals will nol exceed Israel's share under the Jordan waters regional plan developed by the late Eric Johnston as a speclcal emissary ol then President Eisenhower. Israel has carried out its part of the plan independently because of Arab refusal to cooperate. Jordan has been drawing water from the system downstream through the Yarinuk tributary and Syria and Lebanon have been drawing water lrom the' Jordan river upstream. It was reported that between 30 billion and 40 billion gallons would be drawn from Lake Tiberias annually at first and that diversion would be increased to 75 billion gallons a year by the end of the decade. Initially the area under cultivation will not be extended because about two-thirds of the accruing water will be used to recharge or replace the wells on the Mediterranean coast where sea water has infiltrated the water sources. The rest of the water initially will go to existing settlements where water is in short supply. Demand Bonn Bar Scientific Mavericks at Work in Cairo POVitRfUl ARAB LOBBY PAGl 5-4 JERUSALEM iJTAl — Israels Parliament adopted this iveek a unanimous resolution demanding that the West German Qovernmenl take' urgent meas ires for the immediate halting of the "criminal activity" oi West German scientists working in .ilgypt on "weapons ol destruction -ndangering Israel's security and the regionpeace fall of the h.iier regime, which had caused the destruction of millions of Jews, members of the same people were again engaged in actions aimed at helping President Nasser of Egypt to attack Israel where the survivors of the Naii holocaust lived. Mrs. Meir recalled the 1!K>3 Knesset resolution and asserted Defends Ban Public Schools ed constitutional amendments. Seymour Grabard, chairman of the ADL special Committee on Church-State Relations, said that government forma lization of religious practices would "downgrade the essentially voluntary nature of prayer" and would create a "watered-down seculifistic kind of religion which would Continued on Page 7-A The Knesset reiterated its resot bat the explanations lor continlution ot March 20. 1963 which deue< j delay in Bonn in adopting apnounced those activities and ex|, 10 priate legislation were unacpressed displeasure that no efct-ptable to Israel. "We cannot active measures had been taken accept the view that the choice on the problem since by West facing the West German Covern Germany. The resolution also me nt j s one between the freedom called on world public opinion to ol (nc individual and refraining exert its influence to bring about lrom action to prevent its citizens an end to the work in Egypt of in Egypt from aiding in preparathe scientists The debate was opened by Mrs. Golda Meir, Israel's Foreign Minister. She declared that the West German Government could not remain indifferent to the fact that. If years after the t*ons for Israels liquidation," she .-aid. "In a democratic regime, freedom of the individual also does not mean freedom to commit crimes." "We expect the German GovContinued on Page 16-A British Debate Nuclear Escalation LONDON — (JTA) — Prime Minister Alec Douglas-Home declared in the House of Commons this week that the British Government has no evidence that either Israel or Egypt was trying to produce nuclear weapons or was likely to have such weapons soon. He made the statement in reply to questions from Arthur Henderson, Labor MP. British Labor party leader Harold Wilson, and Jo Grimmond, Liberal MP. The discussion was the first in the House on the issue since reports emerged, in connection with the CENTRO Council of Ministers meeting in Washington recently, that Egypt was developing nuclear warheads for its missile program with the aid of West German scientists, The Prime Minister said that Britain was working hard, at the Geneva disarmament conference, to get a ban on proliferation of nuclear weapons, to apContinued on Page 3-A Nik in Egypt LONDON — (JTA i — Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev Monday sharply attack ed Israel's plans to bring waters from the Jordan River to the Negev for irrigation purposes. He gave his support to the Arab stand in the dispute, it was reported here from Cairo. Addressing the Egyptian National Assembly during his current visit to that country, Premier Khrushchev said that the Soviet Union supports the "just causes" of the Arab nations which regard the Israeli plan as a hostile act. "The Israeli project transgresses upon the rights of the Arabs to use these waters." Khrushchev declared, adding that Israel planned to "rob the Arab world of its own water." DR. NAHUM GOIDMANN among guests Treblinka Rites Draw Huge Attendance TREBLINKA. Poland (JTA) With most solemn rites concludnl with the recitation of the Kaddish and El Moleh Rachmim. US,000 to 18,000 persons, including a large delegation of Jewish leaders from abroad, participated here Monday in the dedication of a monument to 800,000 Jews murdered at the infamous Treblinka concentration camp and gas chambers by the Nazis. The ceremonies took tour hours during which impassioned addresses were delivered by Polish officials and a leader of the Polish Jewi-h community. Two hundred wreaths were laid at the foot Continued on Page 10-A


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    Planning the Florida btate Elks Association convention in Mi-
    ami Beach from May 20 to 24 are Miami Beach Lodge's Exec-
    utive Committee on Arrangements [left to right) Vincent Tos-
    cano, exalted ruler; Marvin L. Kimmel, chairman, paft exalted
    ruler and former district deputy grand exalted ruler; Thomas
    F. Smith, past exalted ruler and executive director of the Mi-
    ami Beach Convention Bureau; and Milton Feller, immediate
    past exalted ruler and Judge of the Miami Eeach Municipal
    Court. The Fontair.ebleau Hotel will be headguarters.
    IIC Meeting Set Here for May 27
    Adath Yeshurun
    Honor 25 Youth
    At Services
    Thir jrs md girls of the
    -,,., : Temple Adath Ye
    pated in the Fridaj evening <-
    ,t< by F Johan F..
    antor Maurice Ni
    The :""' ,hree
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    ji isfa musi(

    tor. Yel Segal
    Martin K bel. chairman ol the
    I Committee, present
    i ih Si !di rim.
    Other members ol the Educa
    , ttee are Mr- William
    ars, Dor thj De Noia, Charles
    snook and Mrs Raphael Levi,
    The following participated in
    'lie service:
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    v ill have a dinner meeting at 6:30
    p.m.. Wednesday. May 27. in the
    Barcelonia Hotel.
    Hosting the event are Maurice
    T evitz and Jack S. Popick. civic
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    Page 2-A +j€lst fkrldfor f ridy.Mayu m Planning the Florida btate Elks Association convention in Miami Beach from May 20 to 24 are Miami Beach Lodge's Executive Committee on Arrangements [left to right) Vincent Toscano, exalted ruler; Marvin L. Kimmel, chairman, paft exalted ruler and former district deputy grand exalted ruler; Thomas F. Smith, past exalted ruler and executive director of the Miami Beach Convention Bureau; and Milton Feller, immediate past exalted ruler and Judge of the Miami Eeach Municipal Court. The Fontair.ebleau Hotel will be headguarters. IIC Meeting Set Here for May 27 Adath Yeshurun Honor 25 Youth At Services Thir jrs md girls of the -,,., : Temple Adath Ye pated in the Fridaj evening %  <%  t< by F %  Johan F.. antor Maurice Ni The : ""' ,hree eek rtuds Hebrew, =h h -' rj %  lu ji isfa musi( %  tor. Yel Segal Martin K bel. chairman ol the I Committee, present i ih Si !di rim. 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    *Jewls* FkrMbn
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    come lor-
    the first banks in the Miami community tc
    behalf of the 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal cam-
    I the Miami Beach First National Bank, lffel Alton Rd.
    :.g Lehrman (left), CJA chairman, is shown receiving
    for CjA's agencies at home and abroad from F. Lowry
    hairman of the board. Wall and Bank President Frank
    irs Jr., were among the first banking leaders to pledge
    support to the campaign by sending their institution's
    ce in honor of Rabbi Lehrman's selection as chairman.
    ect Federation Approval of New Unit
    viding for Legacies and Endowments
    ANNUAL MtlllNG PLANNED PAGE 9-4
    r .:! of an amendment by Committee on Legacies and En-
    !: Executive Committee dowments, upon receipt of a fav-
    Board of Governors of the ( orable vote at the annual meet-
    ^^^Pe: -v|iam' Jewish Federation ing on Vlaj L'l
    \jile a program of legacies i
    muou ments for the future "Creation of the Legacies and
    *:.cv. research and special Endowment Fond Committee,
    capital ,(,ds of the community [ which "* lon9 b*n *ougM for
    Was .:.:,<.unce(l Wednesday by i ,he continued growth of Federa-
    Sidney :.':court. president of the ,ion slices to our community,
    |Mtt(- Miami Jewish Federa '* on WV toward be-
    * iT>n. coming a reality," Lefcourt de-
    clared.
    The i. ..i ndment to the by-laws
    Fedi ration will create an ad- "The threefold purpose of such
    pu Standing Committee, the a program will help to bring
    stability, new resources and pro-
    rams to our community by car-
    rying out the following proposals."
    Lefcourt said.
    To meet real emergencies in
    the Jewish "community of Greater
    Miami or in the American Jew-
    ish community;
    To undertake research and
    Study projects and other construc-
    tive projects in the social wel-
    fare, medical and cultural fields
    which cannot be embraced with-
    in the funds available for normal
    operating purposes.
    To provide resources to as-
    sist local agencies in financing
    capital needs.
    The amendment was drafted by
    a committee headed by Stanley C.
    Myers, first president of the Great-
    er Miami Jewish Federation. It
    will, upon passage, be the respon-
    sibility of a Legacies and Endow-
    ment Fund Committee chosen by
    the Board of Governors and con-
    sisting of 15 members responsible
    lor obtaining legacies, bequests.
    gifts and endowment funds for
    restricted and unrestricted pur-
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    The first goal and objective
    of the program will be to create
    a fend of at least $2,000,000 to
    meet the purposes of the pro-
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    fields which can not be embraced
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    ply to the Middle East, as well
    as to the rest of the world.
    Henderson said that the real |
    danger was in the fact that West
    German scientists were working
    in Egypt on the development and
    production of missiles which would
    only lead to the intensification of
    the Israel-Egypt "missile race."
    When the Prime .Minister insisted,
    that the Government had no evi-,
    dence that Israel or Egypt was
    trying to produce such weapons.
    Grimmond said they would soon,
    be in a position to do so.
    Wilson reminded the Premier,
    that the Labor party had warned
    the Government two years ago,
    about the dangers involved in the1
    West German scientific work in'
    Egypl and had asked the govern-'
    men! to make urgent representa I
    tions to the Bonn Government on I
    tin issue.
    British Intelligence believes
    that the immediate objective of
    President Nasser of Egypt in his
    propaganda campaign against .
    British bases in the Middle East .
    is Israel, not the British protec-
    torate of Aden, the Evening
    Standard, a leading British daily
    reported here this week.
    Nasser's basic strategy is believ-j
    ed to be the creation of condi-
    tions to prevent Britain from
    helping Israel if and when the
    Arabs launch their long-heralded
    attack on Israel, according to the
    report. The Nasser plan, it is be-
    lieved, is to tie down British re-
    serves in Aden. Cyprus, Libya
    and the Far East. With the Brit-
    ish tied down, Nasser would be
    able to carry out his plans to at-
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    Nasser was represented by the
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    West Germany in no mood to sup-
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    * J ewls* FkrMbn Page 3-A come lorthe first banks in the Miami community tc behalf of the 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal camI the Miami Beach First National Bank, lffel Alton Rd. :.g Lehrman (left), CJA chairman, is shown receiving for CjA's agencies at home and abroad from F. Lowry hairman of the board. Wall and Bank President Frank irs Jr., were among the first banking leaders to pledge support to the campaign by sending their institution's ce in honor of Rabbi Lehrman's selection as chairman. ect Federation Approval of New Unit viding for Legacies and Endowments ANNUAL MtlllNG PLANNED PAGE 9-4 r .:! of an amendment by Committee on Legacies and En!:• Executive Committee dowments, upon receipt of a fav Board of Governors of the ( orable vote at the annual meet^^^P e: %  -v|iam Jewish Federation ing on Vlaj L'l \jile a program of legacies i muou ments for the future "Creation of the Legacies and *:.cv. research and special Endowment Fond Committee, capital ,(,ds of the community [ which "•* lon 9 b n *ougM for Was .:.:,<.unce(l Wednesday by i ,he continued growth of FederaSidney :.':court. president of the ,ion slices to our community, |Mtt(Miami Jewish Federa '* on W V toward be%  iT>n. coming a reality," Lefcourt declared. The i. ..i ndment to the by-laws Fedi ration will create an ad"The threefold purpose of such pu Standing Committee, the a program will help to bring stability, new resources and prorams to our community by carrying out the following proposals." Lefcourt said. • To meet real emergencies in the Jewish "community of Greater Miami or in the American Jewish community; • To undertake research and Study projects and other constructive projects in the social welfare, medical and cultural fields which cannot be embraced within the funds available for normal operating purposes. • To provide resources to assist local agencies in financing capital needs. The amendment was drafted by a committee headed by Stanley C. Myers, first president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. It will, upon passage, be the responsibility of a Legacies and Endowment Fund Committee chosen by the Board of Governors and consisting of 15 members responsible lor obtaining legacies, bequests. gifts and endowment funds for restricted and unrestricted pur:,. sea The first goal and objective of the program will be to create a fend of at least $2,000,000 to meet the purposes of the program. "The knowledge that this program will be a resource making possible research and study projects in the social welfare, medical, cultural and educational fields which can not be embraced within the normal operating funds of Federation, will be of great importance to our families and to the future well-being of our community."according to Lef court. "Assistance in Special Capital Fund projects will help to create institutions and allow for the adoption of programs that might not otherwise be able to be instituted by our communal agencies," he said. British Eye Nuclear Issue; See Nasser Plan to Attack THANK YOU for YOUR SUPPORT wish to take this opportunity to thank all of friends and supporters for your assistance (in last Tuesday's Election. I will endeavor to ; r ve you, "The people of Dade County" to |rny fullest capacity and thereby repay the |TUSt you have placed in me. JUDGE 9^. Skackat JM„ rtin 1M Pot. Adv. Complete and Dependable Title Service MIAMI TITLE & *4Ur<* SJM*. OF AMERICAN TITLE INSURANCE CO. 38 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY I* ESCROWS • ABSTRACTS • TITLE INSURANCE | 104 Northeast First St. Telephone 373-8432 Continued from Page 14-A ply to the Middle East, as well as to the rest of the world. Henderson said that the real | danger was in the fact that West German scientists were working in Egypt on the development and production of missiles which would only lead to the intensification of the Israel-Egypt "missile race." When the Prime .Minister insisted, that the Government had no evi-, dence that Israel or Egypt was trying to produce such weapons. Grimmond said they would soon, be in a position to do so. Wilson reminded the Premier, that the Labor party had warned the Government two years ago, about the dangers involved in the 1 West German scientific work in' Egypl and had asked the govern-' men! to make urgent representa I tions to the Bonn Government on I tin issue. British Intelligence believes that the immediate objective of President Nasser of Egypt in his propaganda campaign against British bases in the Middle East is Israel, not the British protectorate of Aden, the Evening Standard, a leading British daily reported here this week. Nasser's basic strategy is believ-j ed to be the creation of conditions to prevent Britain from helping Israel if and when the Arabs launch their long-heralded attack on Israel, according to the report. The Nasser plan, it is believed, is to tie down British reserves in Aden. Cyprus, Libya and the Far East. With the British tied down, Nasser would be able to carry out his plans to attack Israel. Nasser was represented by the British Intelligence as regarding Fiance as heavily committed economically in North Africa, West Germany in no mood to support Israel, Russia strongly backing the Arabs in their anti-Israel hostility, and the United States reluctant to intervene on behalf of Israel out ol alleged fears of losing Middle East oil concessions. Garfields Endow Rooms at Cedars An eight-room wing at Cedars Of Lebanon Hospital has been endowed by a Coral Gables couple who have been active for many stars in community affairs. Mr and Mrs Joseph Garfield, 6510 Granada Blvd.. are donors oE a group of patient rooms on the second Boor ol the hospital, henceforth to be known as the "Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Garfield Winy." Garfield is a trustee of the nonsectarian community hospital and has been associated with the development fund program sine'e Cedars' inception. Hospital President Harry L. Lewis expressed the appreciation and thanks of the trustees and people of Dade County to the Coral Gables couple "for their generosity and efforts to upbuild our local medical facilities in order to keep pace with the needs of our growing population." pyw "OIB to-.str sin BETH DIN OFFICE tABBI DR. TIBOR H. STERN 1061 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach JE 1-19*9 JE 1-6150 /: _*?" — %  %  ~ Current Dividend Rale 4%*g per annum id and mpounded rteily OPEN OR ADO TO YOUR DADF FEDERAL SAVINGS ACCOUNT BY AAA V 20th AND EARN FROM THE ::•• It Stands TALL When You Need It Most... There's nothing better than a rash reserve to protect tle welfare of your family when sudden emergencies api>ear. And, there's no better place to keep your cash reserve than in a Dade Federal Savings Account. Your savings here are insured to $10,000 by an agency of the Federal Government, are readily available and earn liberal dividends for you quarterly. Open your account soon. Add to it regularly. We know you'll be glad you did. 6 Convenient Offices Serv Dad* County MAIN OFFICE: 101 I.M Fl.gl.r St. Nbpattah Bfsncn I North Miami Branch I Tamiami Branch I Edison Center Branch | Kendal Branch 1400 N.W. 36th St. I 12370 N.W. 7th Ave. I 1901 S.W. 8th St. I 5800 N.W. 7th Ave. I U.S. 1 at S.W. 104th St OUR RESOURCES EXCEED 200 MILLION DOLLARS


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    RAY U. BINDER____________Correspondent
    Volume 37 Number 20
    Friday. May 15. 1964
    4 Sivan 5724
    The Meaning of Shavuoth in Our Time
    Shavuoth is also known as the Feast of
    re Weeks, for it occurs exactly seven weeks
    after the celebration of Passover.
    When Jews in Greater Miami join other
    communities throughout the world in markinq
    the Shavuoth festival starting Saturday eve-
    : ing, May 16, they will be observing one of
    ne most important occurrences in the Jewish
    eclendar the accepting by Moses of the Ten
    Commandments from the Ha ad of God.
    The Tablets of the Law have served as the
    c ornerstone of our ethical and moral way of
    . e from time immemorial.
    Out of its precepts have sprunq the en-
    compassing aspects of the Torah at large, as
    well as the philosophic principles of all our
    religious literature.
    So broad is the influence of the Ten Com-
    mandments, that it has served as the inspir-
    ation of other religious faiths, as well.
    Shavuoth, also a symbol of the spring
    season and fertility, thus establishes a frame-
    work for one of the truly happy and meaning-
    ful celebrations in Jewish history.
    Personal Reflection of the Publisher
    For the first time in many years. I am
    doing something other than is customary
    practice in these columns. I am not writing
    an editorial, which normally reflects the
    opinion of The Jewish Floridian. I am writing
    a signed statement, which differentiates my
    personal feelings from those of this news-
    paper.
    The reason for these commeots is that,
    during the past few weeks. The Jewish Flor-
    idian has been beseiged by requests for
    support and endorsement from a variety of
    candidates in a variety of races.
    I, as publisher of The Jewish Floridian.
    have been the particular object of these re-
    quests. The purpose of this statement is to
    explain a long-standing policy, one that has
    deviated little in practice in the past.
    -
    INTELLIGENT PUBLICATION PRACTICE
    The deluge of the pressures and re-
    quests may have been as a consequence of
    the lenqthy ballot this time out and undoubt-
    edly because the paper has become more
    prestigious than before. As a consequence,
    we have particularly had to maintain our
    own steadfastness of purpose in adherinq
    to long-standing policy.
    This policy is a fundamental one: Other
    columnists writing in our pages are entitled
    to express their persona! opinions within the
    larger purview of a free press. But except
    in rare cases, it is the editorial policy of The
    Jewish Floridian not to endorse candidates.
    As a significant publication in the
    Greater Miami community, we have at-
    tempted within the stated purposes of our
    news and editorial ideas to bring to our
    readers listings of candidates, their back-
    grounds and qualifications in local, state
    and national elections.
    INFORMATION OUR MAJOR CONCERN
    We have done so in the past, and are
    doing so again, out of the basic belief that
    part of our sectarian responsibility as a
    newspaper is natural participation in. aware-
    ness of and concern for the general affairs
    of the total community. This is, after all,
    intelligent publication practice: to keep our
    readers abreast of things as significant to
    them as their personal electoral responsibil-
    ity. It is, above all things, part of the demo-
    cratic governmental process, of which The
    Jewish Floridian, in its continuing battle for
    individual liberties, is unrelentingly aware.
    But beyond informing cur readers of the
    races, the candidates running in them and
    their qualifications, we have felt it best to
    avoid recommendations or endorsements ex-
    cept where specific Jewish issues are in-
    volvedwhere some candidates have taken
    positions that are detrimental to the larger
    democratic scheme or are. themselves, rep-
    resentative of things potentially danqerous
    to the best interests of minority groups the
    Jewish community included.
    Where Jewish issues are not involved.
    endorsement in our view can do as much
    harm as good by involving the Jewish com-
    munity, whose voice we represent, in sup-
    port or rejection of candidates in areas out
    of our specific editorial concern.
    In the present race, there are several
    candidates toward whom I, as publisher of
    The Jewish Floridian, feel personal inclin-
    ation. I am, for example, particularly dis-
    posed toward Miami Mayor Robert Kinq
    Hiqh in the gubernatorial election. Candi-
    dates like North Miami Beach Councilman
    Bernard Berman and Robert Shevin for State
    Legislature are also my concern.
    Similarly, I feel inclined toward Jack D.
    Gordon for School Board and Donald Stone
    in the Juvenile Judge's race.

    CONTINUATION Of POLICY
    In the State Legislature race. Group 5.
    I am particularly disposed toward Kenneth
    Myers. My personal relationship with him,
    as well as with his family, Mr. and Mrs
    Stanley C. Myers, is one going back many
    decades, and I have good reason to believe
    that young Myers, as a consequence of his
    own already significantly active welfare en-
    deavor, will be an eminent representative
    of the civic leadership his family has offered
    the community locally and nationally dur
    ing the past four decades.
    But none of these reasons or preferences
    are sufficiently purposeful for me as pub-
    lisher of The Jewish Floridian to change this
    newspaper's policy in the current election
    campaign and to endorse these or other per-
    sonally-preferred candidates in the upcom-
    ing runoff. Jewish issues have been notablv
    absent, and The Jewish Floridian. as in the
    past, must therefore merely continue to sup-
    ply its readers with the basic information
    about the races and those running in them.
    Beyond this. I can only repeat, and I do
    so urgently, that each of you should per-
    form your democratic duty. On May 26
    be sure to cast your ballet.
    FRED K. SHOCHET.
    JME SCHOOL Bt ,
    . .I I pa,8" between i,I
    durMfj the weejk; grx^f'
    business of the
    by LEO MINDLIN
    - ':(
    sat
    own qualifications"^*'
    he himself has set the
    limit, or to Gordons eid
    record as the incumbe**
    Butler does ls ,n deveL
    traneous questions that fail, as a matter of fact, to relate to thee*
    paign at all. His political advertising is a case in point, it C(Jr
    up the nightmare vestiges of McCarthy era rationale, by which*
    and their reputations were destroyed simply but potently.
    In effect. Butler has created a synthetic series of criteria a.
    ...isfy him as sufficient for successful candidacy and subs*..
    membership on the School Board. Analyzed, they are nothing^
    than intellectually inferior homilies, types of peasant -thinking tj
    in spirit extol motherhood, in which unsuccessful gubernatorial cm
    dale Bud Dickinson was an expert, hearth and home Delibera
    manipulated, they are designed to show that his opponent is ajj
    failure.
    Apparently. Butler has refused to learn Dickinsons bitterly
    Motherhood, hearth and home may have, at their maximum be*,, 1
    decided influence on the positive emotional development of the vow
    Among the rarer cases of outstanding parents, they even contrite 1
    constructively to the educative process. But by and large, what E
    ler has aimed to achieve is the deliberate obscuring of the na4 I
    mental issues involved: his own qualifications lor the office as n I
    pared I" the proven ones of .lack Gordon, while downgrading ty fli
    Gordon's bj the employment of the inuendo technique W
    : : :
    SCHOOL BOARD DOfS NOT fSMBl/SH LAW
    IN BUTLER'S TERMS, motherhood, hearth and home of course haw I
    even broader significance than the words imi
    .i kind ol patriotism, a vanity of Americanism which he coastal
    native to Himself, and against which his oppone-it
    onist n i- here that the McCarthy method res ^nofptl
    character assassination on th*- basis ol
    senci sentiment in the other fell>.
    which the lati Wisconsii senator rose to preeminci
    Thus. Butler hits Got on where it hurts ban
    l hools, and Cordon's posit
    him mosl vulnerable to the mass o( people whosi
    while exploiting their Ignorance of the basic iss nrolved il
    Butler's view, no less than in the view of the ur
    to be against Bible-reading in the schools is tai I imount to
    nsl motherhood, hearth and home. But the I h*a I'm
    Slater Supreme Court Chief Justice Earl Warren this week supporto]
    the ban in testimony before a House committee investigatiai rtj
    efforts currently directed at reworking the First Amendment
    antee concerning separation of church and state
    Disregarding such exalted opision. Butler can easily L'., : |
    opponent an ""extremist.'' as he has indeed been '
    extensive advertising throughout the campaign. But Butler mb
    more than trade on mass ignorance here concerning the pop
    sympathies for Bible-reading in the schools. He deliberately ipan
    the fact that the Dade County Board of Public Instruction has nottt
    whatever to do with Bible-reading in the schools that the bat
    can only carry out the letter of the law regarding this question tail
    the board does not establish the law.
    CHAKACTIK ASSASSINATION If INUIND0
    IT IS HENCE neither up to Mr. Gordon personall
    Butler personally guarantee Bible-reading in the
    County or the ban of it Now. it is certainly true
    been identified with organizations intent on achievin
    of Bible-reading and other religious ceremonies from
    one can hardly dem, Butler his right to argue foi
    that Bible reading ought to be permitted.
    At best, however. Butler can merely suggest th
    would identity himself in an opposite direction With .
    ments dedicated to pressuring our law-makers Into
    readings and ceremonies Beyond this, his implyii
    otherwise is a downright distortion of the power h
    win n elected
    nor could ft
    . boob of D
    thai Gonku "-

    t!'..' JCh
    it : be btlie"-
    permit! i -
    ..
    Id stint
    Bui the inuendo technique here raises Us id in *
    Butler sii. i itioi to achieve the ultimate kfcCartl
    - organizational affiliations and philosophic:
    an extreme Thus, In ,,ne Butler advert -.
    ll Vice president of the American Jewish Coi.-iv
    directoi ol the Florid., Chapter of the American I
    "i 1960 the two groups which started and are D witms*
    lits to ban Bible-reading and non sectarian v
    schools Jack Gordon has made his position cr\ Si
    ' have, myseli had differences in the past both ith the!**
    ican Jewish Congress and the Civil Liberties Cni
    Hut 1 t.,ke OUtrageOUl offense at Butler- 'l'J'""j*
    either ol these groups is somehow "unAmancai ecause*
    type ol litigation in which they are presently ei !!(i |
    what he would have readers of his ads believe

    -:-
    :
    CORDONS ACHIWtMttaS ON TNt RIC0RD
    . is tss-1
    QARRiED TO ITS illogical conclusion, the Implication here
    I man like Supreme Court Chief Justice Warren 1,,m ,
    A me i ican. and. of course, there are those who believe h< ii B^j
    -. .,. rtn uj-iy and insidious anti Semitism grows < .
    of it And lest Or Butler deny this, as he has already *"<*%]
    do. let him explain a letter he sent out Apr. 27 to his Tello* i
    bans
    II would seem to me that more than Christians are voting "
    "Ml that they. too. have the right to voice their opinion JJ
    slanderous suggestions leveled against them in the evert ?
    reuect Butlers views on religion-ill the school-
    other issue Continues the Apr 27 letter: "You n
    th the political philosophj of Jack D i \->-nn '
    Continued on Page SA



    PAGE 1

    rage 4-A Je*ls*fkr*&* r Friday, May i S J OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth 3 Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 -Jewish Floridian Ifreef FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. td Publisher Beoond-OM Posts** Paid :.t Miami. FlorMa. Th. J.wi.h Florid.an h. .MTbed h S^/ap'h"? the Jewi.h Weekly. „ Me ., mbe e li^t.. woridw.d" New. Aoency. Seven Art. Feature ^'"'X^o/an ".-v .f Service. Nat.onal Editorial A.sr American Engli.h-Jawiah N ew.papei.. and the Fionoa %  The Jo i-h Horldlan .Ice* nut ua !" nl. which the lati Wisconsii senator rose to preeminci Thus. Butler hits Got on where it hurts ban • l hools, and Cordon's posit him mosl vulnerable to the mass o( people whosi while exploiting their Ignorance of the basic iss nrolved il Butler's view, no less than in the view of the ur to be against Bible-reading in the schools is tai I imount to nsl motherhood, hearth and home. But the I h*a I'm Slater Supreme Court Chief Justice Earl Warren this week supporto] the ban in testimony before a House committee investigatiai rtj efforts currently directed at reworking the First Amendment antee concerning separation of church and state Disregarding such exalted opision. Butler can easily L'., : | opponent an ""extremist.'' as he has indeed been extensive advertising throughout the campaign. But Butler MB more than trade on mass ignorance here concerning the pop— sympathies for Bible-reading in the schools. He deliberately ipan the fact that the Dade County Board of Public Instruction has nottt whatever to do with Bible-reading in the schools — that the bat can only carry out the letter of the law regarding this question tail the board does not establish the law. CHAKACTIK ASSASSINATION If INUIND0 IT IS HENCE neither up to Mr. Gordon personall Butler personally guarantee Bible-reading in the County — or the ban of it Now. it is certainly true been identified with organizations intent on achievin of Bible-reading and other religious ceremonies from one can hardly dem, Butler his right to argue foi that Bible reading ought to be permitted. At best, however. Butler can merely suggest th would identity himself in an opposite direction With ments dedicated to pressuring our law-makers Into readings and ceremonies Beyond this, his implyii otherwise is a downright distortion of the power h win n elected nor could ft boob of D thai Gonku "%  t!'..' JCh it : be btlie" permit! i %  %  .. Id stint Bui the inuendo technique here raises Us • id in Butler sii. i itioi to achieve the ultimate kfcCartl %  organizational affiliations and philosophic: an extreme Thus, In ,,ne Butler advert -. ll Vice president of the American Jewish Coi.-iv directoi ol the Florid., Chapter of the American I "i 1960 the two groups which started and are D witms* lits to ban Bible-reading and non sectarian v %  schools — Jack Gordon has made his position cr\ Si have, myseli had differences in the past both ith the!*•* ican Jewish Congress and the Civil Liberties Cni Hut 1 t.,ke OUtrageOUl offense at Butler' l J '""j* either ol these groups is somehow "unAmancai ecause* type ol litigation in which they are presently ei !!(i | what he would have readers of his ads believe -:•:• CORDONS ACHIWtMttaS ON TNt RIC0RD is tss-1 QARRiED TO ITS illogical conclusion, the Implication here I man like Supreme Court Chief Justice Warren 1,,m A me i ican. and. of course, there are those who believe h< ii B ^j %  .„,. rtn uj-iy and insidious anti Semitism grows < of it And lest Or Butler deny this, as he has already *"<*%] do. let him explain a letter he sent out Apr. 27 to his Tello* i bans II would seem to me that more than Christians are voting "Ml that they. too. have the right to voice their opinion JJ slanderous suggestions leveled against them in the evert %  %  ? %  %  reuect Butlers views on religion-ill the schoolother issue Continues the Apr 27 letter: "You n th the political philosophj of Jack D i \->-nn Continued on Page SA


    f. May 15.1964
    JmlstothrltMar)
    Pag* 5-A
    Central Hebrew High School Will
    Graduate 60 at Exercises Tuesday
    jbbi Nachum Bulman, director of Torah Umesorah, presents
    ie Amudin Award to Samuel Reinhard, founder and first vice
    Resident of the Hebrew Academy. The award is presenter
    Dnually by Torah Umesorah. national society for the estab-
    bhment of Day Schools, to a person who made the qreatest
    bntribution to his local community. The award was pre-
    nted last Sunday at the annual membership and election
    keeting of the Hebrew Academy.
    mn Hesitancy to Halt Scientists
    attributed to Powerful Arab Lobby
    )NN (JTA) Informed:
    ces here attributed West Gcr-j
    ny's hesitancy this week in!
    fting legislation to discourage |
    Jrman scientists from working
    [Egypt as due at least partly to
    ^>werful Arab lobby in Bonn and
    dKwhcrc in West Germany.
    BfL large section in Chancellor
    Iffriwig Erhard's Christian Dem-
    ocratic Party also is a factor, it
    was indicated, because it opposes
    any action which might harm
    Bonn's relations with the Arab
    world. Another reported souree
    listed was pro Arab pressure pro-
    vided by West German heavy in-
    dustry including Krupp and Klock-
    ner, which have already carried
    out m.Mor undertakings for the
    -Egyptian Government.
    **^ Wet German Government
    spoke-nia-i meanwhile dismissed
    eports that Nasser had achieved
    .vcapons breakthrough with the
    ttdp of the scientists. The spokes-
    man said that investigations by
    both Germany and its allies have
    produced not the slightest grounds
    to indicate that the scientists
    were engaged in the development
    if nuclear weapons in Egypt.
    Sixty graduates will receive
    I their diplomas at the annual m-
    tcrschool graduation exercises of
    ; the Central Hebrew High School.
    j of the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
    Itlon and Junior High School De-j
    | partments of eight Jewish schools, i
    The exercises, to be held at;
    i Beth David Congregation on Tues-:
    | day at 7:30 p.m., will feature a
    i narrative cantata, "Justice and
    j Judaism," from the book of the j
    : same name by Vorspan and Lipp-
    , man, adapted, edited and direct-
    ed, by Louis Schwartzman. execu-
    ; tive director of the Bureau.
    The chorus in the cantata will
    consist of graduates of the Beth
    ! David Congregation, under the
    direction of Cantor William Lip-
    son, with Mrs. Arthur Pekelner
    at the piano.
    Greetings will be extended to
    graduates by Joseph Cohen, pres-
    ident of the Bureau. Rabbi Nor-|
    man N. Shapiro, Simon April,
    Shmaryahu Swirsky, Mayer
    Abramowitz. Hyman Gross, Her-
    shel Brooks, Max Lipschitz and
    Harold Richter, will greet grad-
    uates of their schools and distri-
    bute diplomas and gifts.
    Rabbi Herbert Baumgard, new-;
    ly-elected president of the Great-
    er Miami Rabbinical Association,
    will present the annual Jacob and |
    Adele Kaplan Prize. Other awards
    will include the Ratner Family;
    Award, the Israel Shapoff Award,
    Jewish Educators Council Prize,
    and a special surprise award.
    "The program will also consist of
    readings and prayers from repre-
    sentatives of the graduating
    schools. Valedictory talk will be
    presented by Rachel Schwanen-
    feld, of the Central Hebrew High
    School. Graduates include:
    HEBREW HIGH SCHOOL: 1 '.1111 v
    Jane Berk, Helene Ktuchter, Sin n>
    K. tlrant. P.tiila M. draftsman, 1'anl
    B, Klein. Michael Patlim, Ann 1..
    Porgea, Renee Rlchman, Haul n Ml-
    v.-iman. Rachul Scnwanenft-ld, Rhar-
    ron Bllverman, itlnmit,- ttommer,
    Anni Hail Welag, Judith A. Welaa und
    Rae Sus:ui VVYIsh.
    BETH DAV.D CONGREGATION:
    Bruce IWi'rh-, Piovon Drritnlck, Rob-
    eri Farrow, MoitIh Flahman, Roberl
    rtiedbenr, Richard Prlend, Kenneth
    Ooldbi ix. Honiara1 HerHkowlts, r:..i>-
    rrt Hoffman, JVan Horwirh, Rob<-
    IdCle, Ralph Kazir, lt.l.ln l.uim
    Richard Maxw.ll, I >.!..,rail Kaeltll
    Stephen Relter, Richard Koaen, Mo
    man H'm-iiKi\iiiz. Alan Rowenthal. O*
    Ronenrhal, Jeffrey Baser, Haro
    Scherr, Uarnutl Bchwartaman, Ha
    siinll, Marsha Hokoloff, i..... Syre
    and Charlea w.-iin-r.
    BETH MOSHE CONGREGATIOI
    Btcphen Lewla Backer, Barvey t
    "in ii. Chad! l.-c Daum, Lawren
    David Wlnaon.
    , BETH TORAH CONGREGATIOI
    Renee Uynne Hook, Rosnlyn Lre (Io>
    Ick, Burl Hi'-.....I Levy, .Max Wol
    Sturman, n.l Keith Randall Wolfe
    CONGREGATION B'NAI RA-
    PHAEL: Lawrence .1. Arem and E
    win P. l-'arb'-r.
    ISRAEL.TE CENTER: Kan
    I'lolkln nnd Harold Bluchak.
    TEMPLE MENORAH: Joy Oree
    liera .i ni M.-ii'i. in- s. gal
    TIFERETH ACOB: llernard
    Winer.
    TEMPLE ZAMORA: Howard Mh
    hofl ami Zadlk Hhaplro,
    The program i>- under iln- dlrectl i
    if Louis St'hwartxnian, with Hcrbi
    Merger, jiMSoclate dlrectoi of Ihe H
    11 ; u, coonllnal >>
    THE WEEK... US I SEE IT
    Continued from Page 4-A
    as citizens and as parents, please answer the call for help for o
    schools ."
    Are not Jews also permitted to answer the call for help ; -
    they see it rather than according to Dr. Butler"? terms? Are tht -
    not permitted to answer the call without being subjected to Butleria
    charges of extremism? In fact, were there honest motivations her
    he would have campaigned from the outset in terms of more fund
    mental School Board problems rather than the prayer issue ovt
    which the board has no control.
    This, Butler has failed to do because even Gordons often arrie
    opponents, those who principally choose to criticize him lor otht-
    reasons, readily declare that Gordon has over the years pcrlormt :
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    one of the truly outstanding evaluative achievements of the Dae!e
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    f. May 15.1964 —JmlstothrltMar) Pag* 5-A Central Hebrew High School Will Graduate 60 at Exercises Tuesday jbbi Nachum Bulman, director of Torah Umesorah, presents ie Amudin Award to Samuel Reinhard, founder and first vice Resident of the Hebrew Academy. The award is presenter Dnually by Torah Umesorah. national society for the estabbhment of Day Schools, to a person who made the qreatest bntribution to his local community. The award was prented last Sunday at the annual membership and election keeting of the Hebrew Academy. mn Hesitancy to Halt Scientists attributed to Powerful Arab Lobby )NN — (JTA) — Informed: ces here attributed West Gcr-j ny's hesitancy this week in! fting legislation to discourage | Jrman scientists from working [Egypt as due at least partly to ^>werful Arab lobby in Bonn and dKwhcrc in West Germany. BfL large section in Chancellor Iffriwig Erhard's Christian Democratic Party also is a factor, it was indicated, because it opposes any action which might harm Bonn's relations with the Arab world. Another reported souree %  listed was pro Arab pressure provided by West German heavy industry including Krupp and Klockner, which have already carried out m.Mor undertakings for the -Egyptian Government. **^ Wet German Government spoke-nia-i meanwhile dismissed eports that Nasser had achieved .vcapons breakthrough with the ttdp of the scientists. The spokesman said that investigations by both Germany and its allies have produced not the slightest grounds to indicate that the scientists were engaged in the development if nuclear weapons in Egypt. Sixty graduates will receive I their diplomas at the annual mtcrschool graduation exercises of ; the Central Hebrew High School. j of the Bureau of Jewish EducaItlon and Junior High School De-j | partments of eight Jewish schools, i The exercises, to be held at; i Beth David Congregation on Tues: | day at 7:30 p.m., will feature a i narrative cantata, "Justice and j Judaism," from the book of the j : same name by Vorspan and Lipp, man, adapted, edited and directed, by Louis Schwartzman. execu; tive director of the Bureau. The chorus in the cantata will consist of graduates of the Beth David Congregation, under the direction of Cantor William Lipson, with Mrs. Arthur Pekelner at the piano. Greetings will be extended to graduates by Joseph Cohen, president of the Bureau. Rabbi Nor-| man N. Shapiro, Simon April, Shmaryahu Swirsky, Mayer Abramowitz. Hyman Gross, Hershel Brooks, Max Lipschitz and Harold Richter, will greet graduates of their schools and distribute diplomas and gifts. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard, new-; ly-elected president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association, will present the annual Jacob and | Adele Kaplan Prize. Other awards will include the Ratner Family; Award, the Israel Shapoff Award, Jewish Educators Council Prize, and a special surprise award. "The program will also consist of readings and prayers from representatives of the graduating schools. Valedictory talk will be presented by Rachel Schwanenfeld, of the Central Hebrew High School. Graduates include: HEBREW HIGH SCHOOL: 1 '.1111 v Jane Berk, Helene Ktuchter, Sin n> K. tlrant. P.tiila M. draftsman, 1'anl B, Klein. Michael Patlim, Ann 1.. Porgea, Renee Rlchman, Haul n Mlv.-iman. Rachul Scnwanenft-ld, Rharron Bllverman, itlnmit,ttommer, Anni Hail Welag, Judith A. Welaa und Rae Sus:ui VVYISH. BETH DAV.D CONGREGATION: Bruce IWI'RH-, Piovon Drritnlck, Roberi Farrow, MOITIH Flahman, Roberl rtiedbenr, Richard Prlend, Kenneth Ooldbi ix. Honiara 1 HerHkowlts, r:..i>rrt Hoffman, JVan Horwirh, Rob.•!.., rail Kaeltll Stephen Relter, Richard Koaen, Mo man H'M-IIKI\IIIZ. Alan Rowenthal. O* Ronenrhal, Jeffrey Baser, Haro Scherr, Uarnutl Bchwartaman, Ha siinll, Marsha Hokoloff, i Syre and Charlea w.-iin-r. BETH MOSHE CONGREGATIOI Btcphen Lewla Backer, Barvey t • %  •in ii. Chad! l.-c Daum, Lawren David Wlnaon. BETH TORAH CONGREGATIOI Renee Uynne Hook, Rosnlyn Lre (Io> Ick, Burl Hi'I Levy, .Max Wol Sturman, n.l Keith Randall Wolfe CONGREGATION B'NAI RAPHAEL: Lawrence .1. Arem and E win P. l-'arb'-r. ISRAEL.TE CENTER: Kan I'lolkln nnd Harold Bluchak. TEMPLE MENORAH: Joy Oree liera .i ni M.-ii'i. ins. gal TIFERETH „ACOB: llernard Winer. TEMPLE ZAMORA: Howard MH hofl ami Zadlk Hhaplro, The program i>under ilndlrectl i %  if Louis St'hwartxnian, with Hcrbi Merger, jiMSoclate dlrectoi of Ihe H 11 ; u, coonllnal >> %  THE WEEK... 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    -JeHistrkrkfar
    Frid
    oy, Ma
    Harry Gordon, Active Community Leader,
    Passes Away in Miami at Age 61
    Hi OBITUARHS SU SIC. C AND B
    Harrj Gordon, active Jewish
    rnunity h d Miami pio-
    died Thursday, May ?, at
    iga of 6i.
    A resident here tor 39 years,
    N was co-founder of Gordon Fun-
    tral Home, and lived at 2201 So
    Miami Ave
    Mr Gordon came to Miami from
    Macon, Ga., and he and his fath-
    er, the late Emanuel Gordon,
    i.unded Gordon Funeral Home in
    1938.
    He was a past president of Beth
    David Synagogue, and honorary
    i a.-t president of the Jewish Fun-
    eral Directors of America.
    Mr. Gordon was a member of
    the Knights ot Pythias, Hibiscus
    Masonic Lodge. Mahi Temple,
    Scottish Rite, Workmen's Circle,
    the Greater Miami Committee
    for Israel Histadrut and the 100
    CiLb.
    He is survived b> h:- wife, Mrs
    Jennie Gordon; a son. James j
    mother, Mrs. Adele Gordon: two
    brothers. Ike and Irving; four sis- {
    ten, Miss Rita Cordon. Mr- S
    Margoliv Mrs. Sophie Frank and
    Mrs. Laura Quittner; and one
    grandson. Craig Gordon.
    Services were at Beth David
    Synagogue on Sunday, with burial
    a! Mt. Nebo Cemetery
    Active pallbearers included Mar-
    vin Stein, president of the Jew-
    i.-h Funeral Directors Association
    of America. St. Louis. Ike Nie-
    berg. Louis Wemstein. Charles Al-
    pert, Manny 4^arrSteln"antP Adrian
    Thieror. New York City; Sam
    btillman and Jack Goldstein, Phil-
    adelphia; Ben Berkowitz. Cleve-
    land; and Arthur Mandel. Chi

    pallbearers were Sam
    Heiman. Louis Heiman, Meyer
    Schwartz. Ben Green. Paul Sobel.
    Robert Morgan. Herman Alexan-
    der GOKDOH
    Cardinal Bea Outlines Draft on Jews
    Continued from Page 1-A
    U a continuation of the Jewish
    pie
    The draft then "recommends
    o Catholics that they work to-
    gether with Jews for "ever-im-
    Brovinj mutual esteem and
    Knowledge, particularly by theo-
    cgical studies and fraternal con-
    versations. The draft cites the
    Ecumenical Council as con-
    demning "every hatred and all
    sersecutions in the past and in
    BUT own times against the Jews."
    The Cardinal added that to eval-
    i ate correctly "the high impor-
    tance ot" the dratt. the Council
    must consider "the long sad his
    of Christian Jewish relations
    and most of all the tragic fruits
    i : jnti-Semitism" in which the
    Church assisted with terror not
    r than two decades ago."
    Asserting that anti-Semiti-m
    could not be traced exclusivel) to
    Christian sources the Cardinal said
    that Christiana could right!) ask"
    whether they had made correct
    use of the means "put at their
    posal by their faith" to fight
    anti-Semitism.
    The Cardinal hailed the efforts
    : Pope John in ordering elimi-
    nation of offending expressions in
    lie Good Friday liturgy and in or-
    deriflg the preparation of the
    >ihema for the Ecumenical Coun-
    cil. The Cardinal related that
    when he handed the lale Pontitf
    ln> views on the content of the
    proposed Christian-Jew ish rela-
    tions draft, he received a hand-
    written note from Pope John that
    "we read with attention Cardinal
    Bea's report. We share perfectly
    his opinion on the seriousness and
    responsibility of our interest "'
    The Cardinal differed strongly
    with those who attribute min-
    or importance'" to the draf'
    The fact was, he said, "it is and
    always remains a solemn docu-
    ment of the Council."
    He al?o referred to the ina
    of the sec tnd Council sessi
    the (ir
    that r
    of time and thai -
    the Council Fathers time
    quiet reflection and study He
    added that the Ir if! in illus-
    tration ot that spirit that I
    powerfully breathes in lh Church
    and in the world

    EUGENE ORMANDY CONDUCTING
    SUSAN STARR PIANO SOLOIST
    MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM
    One Concert Only Sat. Eve.. May 23
    Beth Am Will
    Confirm Students
    Saturday Eve
    Temple Beth Am, 5950 S Kei
    dull Dr.. So. Miami, will bol
    f'rmation >e
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    The confirm..
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    facje 6-A -JeHistrkrkfar Frid oy, Ma Harry Gordon, Active Community Leader, Passes Away in Miami at Age 61 •Hi OBITUARHS SU SIC. C AND B Harrj Gordon, active Jewish rnunity h d Miami piodied Thursday, May ?, at iga of 6i. A resident here tor 39 years, N was co-founder of Gordon Funtral Home, and lived at 2201 So Miami Ave Mr Gordon came to Miami from Macon, Ga., and he and his father, the late Emanuel Gordon, i.unded Gordon Funeral Home in 1938. He was a past president of Beth David Synagogue, and honorary i a.-t president of the Jewish Funeral Directors of America. Mr. Gordon was a member of the Knights ot Pythias, Hibiscus Masonic Lodge. Mahi Temple, Scottish Rite, Workmen's Circle, the Greater Miami Committee for Israel Histadrut and the 100 CiLb. He is survived b> h:wife, Mrs Jennie Gordon; a son. James j mother, Mrs. Adele Gordon: two brothers. Ike and Irving; four sis{ ten, Miss Rita Cordon. MrS Margoliv Mrs. Sophie Frank and Mrs. Laura Quittner; and one grandson. Craig Gordon. Services were at Beth David Synagogue on Sunday, with burial a! Mt. Nebo Cemetery Active pallbearers included Marvin Stein, president of the Jewi.-h Funeral Directors Association of America. St. Louis. Ike Nieberg. Louis Wemstein. Charles Alpert, Manny 4^arrSteln"antP Adrian Thieror. New York City; Sam btillman and Jack Goldstein, Philadelphia; Ben Berkowitz. Cleveland; and Arthur Mandel. Chi • pallbearers were Sam Heiman. Louis Heiman, Meyer Schwartz. Ben Green. Paul Sobel. Robert Morgan. Herman Alexander GOKDOH Cardinal Bea Outlines Draft on Jews Continued from Page 1-A U a continuation of the Jewish pie The draft then "recommends •o Catholics that they work together with Jews for "ever-imBrovinj mutual esteem and Knowledge, particularly by theocgical studies and fraternal conversations. The draft cites the Ecumenical Council as condemning "every hatred and all sersecutions in the past and in BUT own times against the Jews." The Cardinal added that to evali ate correctly "the high importance ot" the dratt. the Council must consider "the long sad his of Christian Jewish relations and most of all the tragic fruits i : jnti-Semitism" in which the Church assisted with terror not r than two decades ago." Asserting that anti-Semiti-m could not be traced exclusivel) to Christian sources the Cardinal said that Christiana could right!) ask" whether they had made correct use of the means "put at their posal by their faith" to fight anti-Semitism. The Cardinal hailed the efforts : Pope John in ordering elimination of offending expressions in •lie Good Friday liturgy and in orderiflg the preparation of the >ihema for the Ecumenical Council. The Cardinal related that when he handed the lale Pontitf ln> views on the content of the proposed Christian-Jew ish relations draft, he received a handwritten note from Pope John that "we read with attention Cardinal Bea's report. We share perfectly his opinion on the seriousness and responsibility of our interest "' The Cardinal differed strongly with those who attribute minor importance'" to the draf' The fact was, he said, "it is and always remains a solemn document of the Council." He al?o referred to the ina of the sec tnd Council sessi the (ir that r of time and thai •the Council Fathers time quiet reflection and study He added that the Ir if! • in illustration ot that spirit that I powerfully breathes in lh Church and in the world EUGENE ORMANDY CONDUCTING SUSAN STARR PIANO SOLOIST MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM One Concert Only Sat. Eve.. May 23 Beth Am Will Confirm Students Saturday Eve Temple Beth Am, 5950 S Kei dull Dr.. So. Miami, will bol f'rmation >e evening, which also marks the beginning ot • % % %  Shavout holidav The confirm.. oi: %  of IT • Mr* of I;ir-t. VI%  Mr-* Vi %  Mrs I Tick*** $7 51 S5.SO 0 *•' %  ( U ll l l HH* %  ai n a< P*a %  aaad a— at — —•* <•• NO der. John Feller. Harold Max Pepper. M-r man "JX K. Shochet. Ncu, on £*M Irving Hirsch ^ F nC i. a i dlret,M 'Miarrti T)ffl ( i j-_ ........ honor were K : Ira -', Newman Fun< u Slade. Slade F Leonard Zilberl R onal I King Funeral Horn, bergcr. Unier-J ,-i. Home; and Larrie |; berg Funeral H Beach Bank Names Newman Philip F Simon, chairman of the board of the Bank of Miami Beach, has announced the appointment of Irving Newman to the Advisory Board of the Bank. Mr Newman, co-owner with Richard Deutchman of Galls and Lewis Fashion? Ladie; Shop, ha> a < backgorund in sale! and retailing m president of Beta Tori—' gaUon and number M.c M 1 Mr* i: md Mar,. -r. :.. l.^, m in


    , May 15. 1964
    +Jew!st Meridian
    Page 7-A
    ief Justice Warren Defends Court Ban on Prayer in School
    ontinued from Page 1-A
    e with and cheapen" true
    us practices.
    New York Board of Rabbis
    d the amendment proposals
    telegram to Rep. Emanuel
    ^L New York Democrat and
    ftij of the Judiciary Cum
    ?. rhc rabbis said thai re
    k observances should be prac-
    Hin the home, church and
    Bngi.c and not in schools where
    Huuld be and had been a di-
    Bj factor.
    H Workmen's Circle, a frat-
    pt Graduation
    Folk School
    -
    graduation of a group
    Ul- of the David Finski Folk
    H will be held on Sunday .
    g at the Farband Center, 842
    f.mi Avc.
    Bs Schwartzman, executive
    dirijfcr of the Bureau of Jewish
    Edujjpt'""' ul" '"' guest speaker.
    Uoi liasavin, principal of the
    , will conduct the gradua-
    timHbiercis.'-.
    lalnmcnt will feature
    ft Grober, star of the
    accompanied at the
    piafBby Aida Yaslo: Philip Nash
    kln.'Muiiorist; and Ben Yomen,
    director of niu-ic ;it Temple
    EmaaW-EI
    . D%fc)i!i.i- will be given by Mrs.
    M. Gol :-!.. I !i.
    MrsjI. oil'enlH-ndcn. Mrs. A. Berg-
    manfllrs 1. Ishlon and Miss Anna
    GoWben
    Dinner v.ill be - cinal order, informed the com-
    mittee that it specifically oppos-
    ed the proposed amendment of-
    fered by Rep. Frank Becker. New
    York Republican. The group said
    the Becker draft would force a re-
    ligious type of segregation in pub-
    llc schools and was 'especially re-
    pulsive."
    Dr. Frederick Schlotz, president
    of the Lutheran church, testified
    against such proposals. John
    Quiney Adams, of Montclair, N.J.,
    a leader in many national Cath-
    olic lay organizations and a mem-
    ber of Cardinal Spellmans Coordi-
    nating Committee of Catholic Lay
    Organizations in the New York
    Archdiocese^warned the Commit
    lee that the Becker Amendment
    would be "bad for religion."
    Bishop Brooke Mosley and
    Bishop William Creighton, both
    cf the Protestant Episcopal
    Church, also assailed the Becker
    draft. Bishop Mosley called the
    Becker proposal for a "non-de-
    nominational prayer" a gim-
    mick. Birhcp Creighton said
    that the Supreme Court ban,
    "far from being hostile to reli-
    gion," had "encouraged the
    teaching in public schools of the
    proper place of religion in our
    culture and history."
    The idea of a compromise, in the
    form of a Congressional declara-
    tion, rather than a constitutional
    amendment, was reportedly being
    discussed behind the scenes in the
    Judiciary committee The idea
    had reached the stage where it
    was offered for discussion by Rip.
    Celler. who noted he had not as
    yet decided to endorse the com-
    promise idea.
    Congress would pass a resolu-
    tionwithout force of law declar-
    ing the sense of Congress that vol-
    untary non-denominational prayers
    were not contrary to the Consti-
    tuiion. Such a resolution would,
    in effect, tell the Supreme Court
    that Congress hoped the court
    would upliold a New York Federal
    Court ruling that the Supreme
    Court decision did not forbid pray-
    ers in public schools when the
    prayers were not supervised by
    I he school.
    Beth Torah Youth
    Get Top Citations
    "Rnr outstanding achievement
    in study, prayer and programing"
    was the citation on the award
    given to the Junior and Senior
    Chapters of l/SY Groups at Beth
    Torah Congregation during the
    recent Southern Region conven-'
    tion held in Jacksonville for more
    teen-agers.
    Allen Rutchik. regional
    presented the awards to
    Wcininger. senior chapter
    it. and Sheri Jo Mandel.
    chapter president, and
    both groups second place
    amonc the 40 chapters attending
    in the
    rit" contest.
    of the convention was
    and Civil Rights, Pov-
    Persecution." and a pro-
    if seminars, discussions,
    etion laboratories and ser-
    as climaxed by the ban
    turday night installing
    onal officers.
    Weininger. Beth Torah
    was chosen as building
    bridges co-chairman for
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    , May 15. 1964 +Jew!st Meridian Page 7-A ief Justice Warren Defends Court Ban on Prayer in School ontinued from Page 1-A e with and cheapen" true us practices. New York Board of Rabbis d the amendment proposals %  telegram to Rep. Emanuel ^L New York Democrat and ftij of the Judiciary Cum %  ?. rhc rabbis said thai re k observances should be pracHin the home, church and Bngi.c and not in schools where Huuld be and had been a diBj factor. H Workmen's Circle, a fratpt Graduation Folk School graduation of a group Ulof the David Finski Folk H will be held on Sunday %  g at the Farband Center, 842 %  f.mi Avc. Bs Schwartzman, executive dirijfcr of the Bureau of Jewish Edujjpt'""' ul '"' guest speaker. Uoi liasavin, principal of the %  will conduct the graduatimHbiercis.'-. lalnmcnt will feature ft Grober, star of the accompanied at the piafBby Aida Yaslo: Philip Nash kln.'Muiiorist; and Ben Yomen, director of niu-ic ;it Temple EmaaW-EI D%fc)i!i.iwill be given by Mrs. M. Gol :-•!.. I !i. MrsjI. oil'enlH-ndcn. Mrs. A. Bergmanfllrs 1. Ishlon and Miss Anna GoWben Dinner v.ill be -

    Page 8-A
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    5tete 0e'f. fle&//fe Judaism Council
    1
    Looking ever a specie :a:e of Israel Book of Honor which
    viU be presented to Rabbi Solomon Schiff at the Congregation
    3eth E- D:.-.-.er of Tribute on May 31 at the Deauville Hotel
    ~-e .left to r.cit Joe ZaUs, chairman of the tribute and pres-
    dent of the pioneer Miami syncgogue; Rabbi Schiff. honoree
    at the function, which else will salute Israel's 16th anniversary
    of Stctehood; Hyman Chabner and Philip Berkowitz. honorary
    chairmen cf the affair and both past presidents of Beth El.
    Name Committee For Tribute Here
    man. Max Click, 14* Goldstein,
    Rebocca Gordon, Jacob Haynal,
    Pose Hyman, Geldie Indgin.
    Sarah Jacobson, Jacob Kahn,
    Harry Kravitz, Abo Leitin, Ralph
    Levitan, Andrew Mandel.
    Also the Mes>rs and Mesdames
    Minnie Mell. Ethel Moskowitz. Max
    Nuhomovic. Leo Oster. Sidney H.
    Palmerm. Harry Pearl Harry
    Personik. Florence Pieros, Abra-
    ham P. Rosenberg. Anna Rosen-
    blitt. Joseph Rotenherg. Rachel
    Sakowirz, Annie Sand. Samuel
    Sherman. Sarah Smulin. Pauline
    Subel, Jennie Sohnger. Alex
    Stakl. Samuel W. Weiss. Marvin
    Zalis and Sucher Zendmeer.
    Philip Berkowitz ant* Hyman
    Chabner are honorary chairmen
    of the affair, which will salute
    Rabbt Schiff. spiritual leader of;
    Beth El and past president of the '
    Greater Miami Rabbinical Asso-
    ciation., "for a lifetime of service
    to Israel.* j" --
    Co-chairmen are Georsye Bass,j
    Banjamin Boskm. Mrs Max Rap-
    pa port and A. Sol Weger. aided by
    Mrs. Jack Shapiro, president 01
    the Beth El Sisterhood.
    f))tatber: of the Committee of
    -.-.- .. uk \_Viigregation Beth
    Zl State of Israel Bonds Dinner of
    r;Dute to Rabbi Solomon Schiff
    ere named Sunday night at a
    unning meeting at the home of
    r and Mrs. Joe Zalis.
    Zalis. president of the pioneer
    iiami sjnagogue. is chairman of
    le gala function to be held May
    ."1 at the Deauville Hotel, with
    finer Maryland Gov. Theodore
    . McKeidin as principal speak-
    *
    Selected for the Committee of
    testa, still in formation, wore
    be Messrs and Mesdames Nath-
    an Adelman. Bon Arbut, Jack
    Asataowici, Rubm Blaottein,
    4e/Mfi Blibajr, Joseph BraH.
    CKalaa Comderf, Hyman Ent'-
    iekt, Sernard Fe, Pearl Free-
    Hospital Will
    Cnlarge Facilities
    Continued from Page 1-A
    State's attention to the 'sui gen-
    eris character of the Jewish
    people concepf and urging clar-
    ification of the Department's
    views with respect to the Jew-
    ish people claim.' You state:
    'The central point is that the
    Zionist-Israel sovereignty uses
    the Jewish people concept as the
    basic juridical claim directed
    igamst the Jews in states other
    than Israel who insist upon
    maintaining their single nation-
    ality status.'
    Its principal fun..'
    ?tate. is to change the legal status
    cf Jews from that of individual
    rticnais of i>
    t'"> member* of a juridical!) 1
    nized transnational nationality
    group with additional 'rights
    obligations to the Zionist-Israel
    sovereicnt;. The core of the
    Jewish people concept is it* na-
    tionality characteristics
    The Department of State recog-
    nizes the State of Israel a- j 1
    ereign state and citizenship of the
    State of Israel It recognize- Da
    other sovereignty or citizenship in
    connection therewith. It does not
    recognize a legal-political relation-
    ship based upon the religious iden-
    tification of American citizen* It
    does not m any way discriminate
    among American citizens on the
    basis of their religion. Accord-
    ingly, it should be clear that tne
    Department of State does not re-
    gard the Jewish people concept
    as a concept of international
    I remain doubtful that a formal
    . the type you describe
    . uld lead to u>eful results. As
    11 the *ever. appropriate
    : the Department uill
    !;. :::. problem
    that rriuy an-e. and the Depart-
    ;. : be hjpp> to con-
    t.t.ue the whenever oc-
    . Tt-
    Clarence L. Coleman Jr., pres-
    ident cf the American Council
    :- Judaism, in making public
    carts ef Assistant Secretary
    Talbot's letter, said that for 21
    years the Codicil has petitioned
    the U.S. Government to clarify
    its stand on the "Jewish people"
    concept. "Tonight," he added.
    "I am able to release for the
    first time the text of the first
    unambiguous and responsive
    rep'y received from the U.S.
    Government.' He termed this
    as "an historic moment in the
    Icrg troubled history of anti-
    Zionism."
    Commenting on Mr Coleman's
    partial di-ci-j-.-re of tne State De-
    partnent's statement. Rabbi Max
    S ;-haum. president 0: the Zaon-
    ;-t Organization of Am-nca. de-
    clared that the State Department
    -a;d "something that the Je'-
    i>h community has accepted for
    a long time." The American Zion
    Lst Council, the coordinating body
    : all Zionist organization^ in the
    1'iiited States, commented that
    the leader-hip of the Council for
    Judaism ;> tally aware of the
    fact that the concept of Jewish
    peoplehc>d i> purely a -pintual
    and cultural one. completely *.'
    \oid of any legal or political me^
    ing *
    Dr Robert M Mac!. pr^
    dent of the Nev\ Schoo, | j^.
    Research, addressing th. VmerS
    Council for Judaism
    >aid that American Je ,Ti'[Q
    sume extent respoosibli u!ut
    hi c^lleJ tneir "eootinuin; alien-
    ation" from the real \m^
    ican society In part ..
    rrob!' m irom
    t.veness of the Jewish
    ndmons tr...
    certain forrr-
    coui He cited th-
    Subbath. food taboo- 11
    tu laterrr.arr;.
    specific acti\:-.. -
    Sible lor the alienator.
    Beth Kodesh
    Elects Officers
    Abe S. Goldman. : r many
    scan an ofncial of the I itj u;
    Miami. was elected Pre-ident ol
    the Beth Kodesh Men Club lor
    the >ear 1964-65
    Officers who serve w -th ium
    are Sam Cohen. Eduarc I
    Joe Kaplan, vice presidents Slack
    Libman. secretary. Jack tow
    Tt-a-urer
    Advisory Board BMmben jrr
    Rudolph Maichin. ehairmaa din
    Dixon. Steve Clark. A -..arc
    Hampton. Jimmy 11:.;
    mond Plumer.
    The Men's Club eaaif.es in ^
    lal and philanthropic ic.n tiet
    For Shevuoth
    it's a better party with
    .1
    An estimated S500.000 program
    C; expansion was announced this
    . eek by Lawrence Brett, adminis-
    ator. for North Miami General
    hospital.
    Construction which will begin
    lay 25. will add 100 additional
    eds to {he hospital's capacity.
    .id Brett. Completion is expect-
    1 about Oct. 15.
    Immediate construction plans
    S .so include the enclosing of the
    pttaTl fourth floor, which was
    reviou-ly provided for in the ori-
    . inal construction on 1961. The
    ew floor will boost patient capac-
    y from the present 212 to 312
    leds.
    ".\fter consultation with our
    edical staff members it was
    nanimouslv agreed that more hos-
    -ital beds were needed in the
    orth Dade area." stated Brett.
    Our patient census was far above
    jpactty this winter and has risen
    eadily since our opening three
    ears ago."
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    Page 8-A tJmistrhrMtor Friday, May 15, ^ FJ ^| pap ^^^^ -~^H' ^MB HA 5tete 0e'f. fle&//fe Judaism Council 1 Looking ever a specie £:a:e of Israel Book of Honor which viU be presented to Rabbi Solomon Schiff at the Congregation 3eth ED:.-.-.er of Tribute on May 31 at the Deauville Hotel ~-e .left to r.cit Joe ZaUs, chairman of the tribute and presdent of the pioneer Miami syncgogue; Rabbi Schiff. honoree at the function, which else will salute Israel's 16th anniversary of Stctehood; Hyman Chabner and Philip Berkowitz. honorary chairmen cf the affair and both past presidents of Beth El. Name Committee For Tribute Here man. Max Click, 14* Goldstein, Rebocca Gordon, Jacob Haynal, Pose Hyman, Geldie Indgin. Sarah Jacobson, Jacob Kahn, Harry Kravitz, Abo Leitin, Ralph Levitan, Andrew Mandel. Also the Mes>rs and Mesdames Minnie Mell. Ethel Moskowitz. Max Nuhomovic. Leo Oster. Sidney H. Palmerm. Harry Pearl Harry Personik. Florence Pieros, Abraham P. Rosenberg. Anna Rosenblitt. Joseph Rotenherg. Rachel Sakowirz, Annie Sand. Samuel Sherman. Sarah Smulin. Pauline Subel, Jennie Sohnger. Alex Stakl. Samuel W. Weiss. Marvin Zalis and Sucher Zendmeer. Philip Berkowitz ant* Hyman Chabner are honorary chairmen of the affair, which will salute Rabbt Schiff. spiritual leader of; Beth El and past president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association., "for a lifetime of service to Israel.* j" -Co-chairmen are Georsye Bass,j Banjamin Boskm. Mrs Max Rappa port and A. Sol Weger. aided by Mrs. Jack Shapiro, president 01 the Beth El Sisterhood. f ))tatber: of the Committee of -.-..„. UK \_ V iigregation Beth Zl State of Israel Bonds Dinner of r;Dute to Rabbi Solomon Schiff ere named Sunday night at a unning meeting at the home of r and Mrs. Joe Zalis. Zalis. president of the pioneer iiami sjnagogue. is chairman of le gala function to be held May ."1 at the Deauville Hotel, with finer Maryland Gov. Theodore McKeidin as principal speak* %  Selected for the Committee of •testa, still in formation, wore •be Messrs and Mesdames Nathan Adelman. Bon Arbut, Jack Asataowici, Rubm Blaottein, •4e/Mfi Blibajr, Joseph BraH. CK alaa Comderf, Hyman Ent'•iekt, Sernard Fe, Pearl FreeHospital Will Cnlarge Facilities Continued from Page 1-A State's attention to the 'sui generis character of the Jewish people concepf and urging clarification of the Department's views with respect to the Jewish people claim.' You state: 'The central point is that the Zionist-Israel sovereignty uses the Jewish people concept as the basic juridical claim directed igamst the Jews in states other than Israel who insist upon maintaining their single nationality status.' Its principal fun..' ?tate. is to change the legal status cf Jews from that of individual r—ticnais of i> t'"> member* of a juridical!) 1 nized transnational nationality group with additional 'rights obligations to the Zionist-Israel sovereicnt;. The core of the Jewish people concept is it* nationality characteristics The Department of State recognizes the State of Israel aJ 1 ereign state and citizenship of the State of Israel It recognizeDa other sovereignty or citizenship in connection therewith. It does not recognize a legal-political relationship based upon the religious identification of American citizen* It does not m any way discriminate among American citizens on the basis of their religion. Accordingly, it should be clear that tne Department of State does not regard the Jewish people concept as a concept of international • I remain doubtful that a formal the type you describe uld lead to u>eful results. As 11 the *ever. appropriate : the Department uill !;. :::. problem that rriuy an-e. and the Depart;. : %  be hjpp> to cont.t.ue the whenever oc. TtClarence L. Coleman Jr., president cf the American Council •:Judaism, in making public carts ef Assistant Secretary Talbot's letter, said that for 21 years the Codicil has petitioned the U.S. Government to clarify its stand on the "Jewish people" concept. "Tonight," he added. "I am able to release for the first time the text of the first unambiguous and responsive rep'y received from the U.S. Government.' He termed this as "an historic moment in the Icrg troubled history of antiZionism." Commenting on Mr Coleman's partial di-ci-j-.-re of tne State Departnent's statement. Rabbi Max S ; -haum. president 0: the Zaon;-t Organization of Am-nca. declared that the State Department -a;d "something that the Je'i>h community has accepted for a long time." The American Zion Lst Council, the coordinating body • %  : all Zionist organization^ in the 1'iiited States, commented that the leader-hip of the Council for Judaism ;> tally aware of the fact that the concept of Jewish peoplehc>d i> purely a -pintual and cultural one. completely *.' \oid of any legal or political me ^ ing Dr Robert M Mac!. pr ^ dent of the Nev\ Schoo, | j^. Research, addressing th. VmerS Council for Judaism >aid that American Je T i [ Q sume extent respoosibli u!ut hi c^lleJ tneir "eootinuin; alienation" from the real \ m ^ ican society In part .. rrob!' M irom t.veness of the Jewish ndmons tr... certain forrrcoui He cited thSubbath. food taboo11 tu laterrr.arr;. specific acti\:-.. Sible lor the • alienator. Beth Kodesh Elects Officers Abe S. Goldman. : r many scan an ofncial of the I itj u ; Miami. was elected Pre-ident ol the Beth Kodesh Men Club lor the >ear 1964-65 Officers who serve w -th ium are Sam Cohen. Eduarc I Joe Kaplan, vice presidents Slack Libman. secretary. Jack ••tow Tt-a-urer Advisory Board BMmben jrr Rudolph Maichin. ehairmaa din Dixon. Steve Clark. A -..arc Hampton. Jimmy 11:.; mond Plumer. The Men's Club eaaif.es in ^ lal and philanthropic ic.n tiet For Shevuoth it's a better party with .1 An estimated S500.000 program C; expansion was announced this eek by Lawrence Brett, adminisator. for North Miami General hospital. Construction which will begin lay 25. will add 100 additional eds to {he hospital's capacity. .id Brett. Completion is expect• 1 about Oct. 15. Immediate construction plans S .so include the enclosing of the %  pttaTl fourth floor, which was reviou-ly provided for in the ori. inal construction on 1961. The ew floor will boost patient capacy from the present 212 to 312 leds. ".\fter consultation with our edical staff members it was nanimouslv agreed that more hos-ital beds were needed in the orth Dade area." stated Brett. Our patient census was far above jpactty this winter and has risen •eadily since our opening three ears ago." T.L.C! Competent" understand!j. tnecut cast far coaiJ:tt aad ckroacaity'ju patients aimed always at maximum seif-cere. WWAT l*4T? understandej. tfrectn>f liafroaSeirt; •TENDER LOVING CARE For Budget Rate Card and brochure c*a H,n „ 4 ru 7 mae aiian MS-ISJI -HothfuodM NURSING HOME 35et an *-i>r^+4 WE INSTALL GLASS FOR EVERY Pt'RPOSE STMf FtONT flAJt AR8 WINDOW MASS farartere foaw, t eee f ed tUmrt md *sikntim§ Oar Speciadt* LAG. GUSS AMD MIRROR WORKS 136 S.W. 8th STftECT Phono R 1-1363 chances are you'll like it at first sip. You'll like its brilliant flavor. Its special kind of lightness. Most people do. J. M. LIPTON INSURANCE AGENCY INC. > GENERAL INSURANCE & SURETY BONOS 614 DADE FEDERAL BUILDING 101 E. 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    Fridav. May 15, 1964
    +JmUt) fh>rdUair
    Page 9-A
    I'.iviin. r. und Mm. WiMlnm I. Bren-
    ll( P
    Al.-... Ml-H. U>ul Rreyler, Mis. Rich-
    .ir.l I'.iiiKin.ni. J. ..;,h K, i;,,,..;.,. Sir.
    and Mi... Ihivld r CatKimiii, Edwui.l
    Cohen, .l...~.|.h l'..|i-n. Mm. Aaron
    <..nrv-ii..11. .\. iiudd Cutler, Judge and
    .Mr.-. IrvliiR t'yjien, Mrx. I.lll uunu.v,
    I..-.. Els. ii-i, in, l...>ti .1. Ell. Mrs. Ja-
    ri.ii Entitle, Mi-. Aaron tnrr, Paul
    Fluke. Urn, t'huile* I'. Kelnbenr, and
    Mi i.ml Mm. : i.l l:. Flyman.
    Aim mi., si inle) i rehllns, Mra.
    I.;nr. l-'i i,- ilan I. .Mi... .-..i i.....Imun,
    Mis. I. .iii- ill...,,.,. M,.. \ | <;ikk-
    .....n. M .. i:.....-. rioMlierK, Mr. und
    .\ii. Burlnn II. ilolili u in. Mra Kam
    A. Hi.ltl-l. In. Al ... S..I i...I,:-;, in. .Mrs.
    Ml inn lirei ii. Mr*, i M-. i i II her, Mr
    and Mi vi Mm ii.. Mi- l.i u Har-
    rla. Mi un I M .. MurHluill S. Han in,
    and m i .1.. ..h i.
    AImo, Mr ant Mi.-. Sam .1 Hetman,
    I Hi ii \ nl li, Her. Mm Philip
    Ikh -. I "I N an H .laff. El iu-nI
    I n... Mi anil Mm. A.ii 'Ii M Kami. ,
    Mi and Mr l .eon Kaplan, Annul
    K-avlU. Mrs. [M Kivnskv. Mr. and
    Hi-. Kidney Uefiiiui I, .Mis. Jean ".
    I.f-nmaii, Dr. I ml Mra. Irving ..hr-
    nian. Mrs. Sain P. Ijeveneon, Mr-
    Si. In..> Lewis, an.I Mr an.I Mrs
    t'l'h M. I.iiu,.ii.
    \i- .. Mi.- Kam i,lpton, Mr. -
    Mi- Sain l.ui.v Jr., Mr. an.I Mm Ben
    Meyers, M.rri.- Minn
    Mr. inI Mm Btanle
    ni Mi-. Norton Pall
    Sum Pollock, Mr-.
    .\i Mari..n I'.
    Itoaenberx, Mra.
    Ham S. Ruben, Mr-.
    .I..S-
    and
    Ben
    ll.,ii> Ml7.ra.li,
    , l '. Mv.-rs. M P,
    i.t. Mr. and Mi.-.
    MaiiLia Ratner,
    Robblnx, Mra. Julius
    Sam II Boat, W I-
    lla> nii.n.l Rubin,
    Mrs. Herald s.liwait/.. ami Jacob
    .-li.-i
    Al-... Mrs h. Lawrence Sherman,
    Mrs. .1 Allen Plejrel. Mi- Kenedlcl
    Kllverman, Mr- l.arr.v Kllverman,
    Mm Sam Slmonhnff, Mr and Mrs.
    William t>, Winner, Mi an.i Mra.
    Ilari\ l:. Kinlth, Abe Knloako, Mr*
    i:. raid Si.li/.. Ruberl Komemieln,
    I-,. rm Tailanoff, Mm, Plilllp Than.
    .Mrs. Howard Trins. Mm Matilda
    Wa.iiii.n and Mr.-. Carl Welnkle.
    I
    Mother's Club
    Card Party
    A card parly was to be given by
    the Mothers Club of the Surfside
    Chapter of De Molay on Thursday,
    .May 14. 8:15 p.m.. at the Bel Aire
    Hotel. Mrs. Doris Jacobson is
    president of the group.
    The party is open to the public
    and reservations may be made
    with Mrs. "Morrie Epstein, Mrs,
    Herman Oppenhtim. and Mrs. Sid-
    ney Ritterman.
    All proceeds go to aid boys of
    the De Molay Surfside Chapter,
    when the Mother's Club purchase
    merit badges
    {Planning for the annuel meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish
    [Federation at the Fontainebleau Hotel on Sunday eveninq,
    (May 24, are (left to right) Mrs. Ruth Johnson Berger, Mrs. D.
    Lawrence Sherman, Greater Miami Jewish Federation Execu-
    tive Director Arthur S. Rosichan, and Mrs. Sol Goldstein. Mrs.
    [Irving Lehrman (not shown) wife of the campaign chairman,
    I also participated in the meeting.
    !6th Annual Federation Meeting Hopes
    fo Surpass to $1,386,500 Goal for '64
    The 26th annual meeting of the Federation in the community.
    beater Miami Jewish Federation Others serving on the Nominating
    I take place in the West Ball- Wnmniittee include James M Al-
    _ -, I'fcrt, Sidney Ansin, David Cats-
    m of the Fontainebleau Hotel nan Joscph Cohcn Jack
    Sunday evening. May 24, at Katzman. Louis Kenin. Mrs. Inez
    p.m
    Reception and 7:00 p.m. dinner Fred K. Shochet and Robert Trau-
    rill also be the occasion for a
    nmbined Jewish Appeal victory
    iner dance, heralding a success-
    iil CJA campaign, according to
    Jidney Lefcourt. president.
    "At th present time, the cem-
    igrt it moving steadily toward
    goal of Jl.3W.SO0, and I am
    (certain by the annual mooting
    we will have surpassed our en-
    tire 1*43 total." Rabbi Irving
    I Lehrman i* chairman of the 1H4
    campaign.
    Members of the Nominating
    Committee, which was chaired by
    fudge Irving Cypcn, have an-
    .unced a slate in pre-nominationia-4&X&*Su* *
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    Fridav. May 15, 1964 +Jm Ut ) fh>r§dUair Page 9-A I'.iviin. r. und Mm. WiMlnm I. Brenll( P Al.-... Ml-H. U>ul Rreyler, Mis. Rich.ir.l I'.iiiKin.ni. J. .. %  ;,h K, i;,,,..;.,. Sir. and Mi... Ihivld r CatKimiii, Edwui.l Cohen, .l...~.|.h l'..|i-n. Mm. Aaron <•..nrv-ii..11. .\. iiudd Cutler, Judge and .Mr.-. IrvliiR t'yjien, Mrx. I.lll uunu.v, I..-.. Els. ii-i, in, l...>ti .1. Ell. Mrs. Jari.ii Entitle, Mi-. Aaron tnrr, Paul Fluke. Urn, t'huile* I'. Kelnbenr, and Mi i.ml Mm. %  : %  i.l l:. Flyman. Aim MI., si inle) i rehllns, Mra. I.;nr. l-'i i,ilan I. .Mi... .-..i i Imun, Mis. I. .iiiill...,,.,. M,.. \ |„ <;ikkn. M %  .. i: -. rioMlierK, Mr. und .\ii. Burlnn II. ilolili u in. Mra Kam A. Hi.ltl-l. In. Al %  ... S..I i...I,:-;, in. .Mrs. Ml inn lirei ii. Mr*, i M-. i i II her, Mr and Mi vi Mm ii.. Mil.i u Harrla. Mi un I M •.. MurHluill S. Han in, and M i .1..— ..h i. AIMO, Mr ant Mi.-. Sam .1 Hetman, I Hi II \ nl li, Her. Mm Philip IKH -. I "I N an H .laff. El IU-NI I n... Mi anil Mm. A. II 'Ii M Kami. Mi and Mr l .eon Kaplan, Annul K-avlU. Mrs. [M Kivnskv. Mr. and Hi-. Kidney Uefiiiui I, .Mis. Jean ". I.f-nmaii, Dr. I ml Mra. Irving ..hrnian. Mrs. Sain P. Ijeveneon, MrSi. In..> %  Lewis, an.I Mr an.I Mrs t'l'h M. I.iiu,.ii. \i.. Mi.Kam i ,lpton, Mr. MiSain l.ui.v Jr., Mr. an.I Mm Ben Meyers, M.rri.Minn Mr. inI Mm Btanle ni Mi-. Norton Pall Sum Pollock, Mr-. .\i Mari..n I'. Itoaenberx, Mra. Ham S. Ruben, Mr-. .I..Sand Ben ll.,ii> Ml7.ra.li, l '. Mv.-rs. M P, i.t. Mr. and Mi.-. MaiiLia Ratner, Robblnx, Mra. Julius Sam II Boat, W Illa> nii.n.l Rubin, Mrs. Herald s.liwait/.. ami Jacob .-li.-i Al-... Mrs h. Lawrence Sherman, Mrs. .1 Allen Plejrel. MiKenedlcl Kllverman, Mrl.arr.v Kllverman, Mm Sam Slmonhnff, Mr and Mrs. William t>, Winner, Mi an.i Mra. Ilari\ l:. Kinlth, Abe Knloako, Mr* i:. raid Si.li/.. Ruberl Komemieln, I-,. rm Tailanoff, Mm, Plilllp Than. .Mrs. Howard Trins. Mm Matilda Wa.iiii.n and Mr.-. Carl Welnkle. I Mother's Club Card Party A card parly was to be given by the Mothers Club of the Surfside Chapter of De Molay on Thursday, .May 14. 8:15 p.m.. at the Bel Aire Hotel. Mrs. Doris Jacobson is president of the group. The party is open to the public and reservations may be made with Mrs. "Morrie Epstein, Mrs, Herman Oppenhtim. and Mrs. Sidney Ritterman. All proceeds go to aid boys of the De Molay Surfside Chapter, when the Mother's Club purchase merit badges {Planning for the annuel meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish [Federation at the Fontainebleau Hotel on Sunday eveninq, (May 24, are (left to right) Mrs. Ruth Johnson Berger, Mrs. D. Lawrence Sherman, Greater Miami Jewish Federation Executive Director Arthur S. Rosichan, and Mrs. Sol Goldstein. Mrs. [Irving Lehrman (not shown) wife of the campaign chairman, I also participated in the meeting. !6th Annual Federation Meeting Hopes fo Surpass to $1,386,500 Goal for '64 The 26th annual meeting of the Federation in the community. beater Miami Jewish Federation Others serving on the Nominating I take place in the West BallWnmniittee include James M Al_ -, „ I'fcrt, Sidney Ansin, David Catsm of the Fontainebleau Hotel nan Joscph Cohcn „„ Jack Sunday evening. May 24, at Katzman. Louis Kenin. Mrs. Inez p.m Reception and 7:00 p.m. dinner Fred K. Shochet and Robert Traurill also be the occasion for a nmbined Jewish Appeal victory iner dance, heralding a successiil CJA campaign, according to Jidney Lefcourt. president. "At th present time, the cem• igrt it moving steadily toward goal of Jl.3W.SO0, and I am (certain by the annual mooting we will have surpassed our entire 1*43 total." Rabbi Irving I Lehrman i* chairman of the 1H4 campaign. Members of the Nominating Committee, which was chaired by fudge Irving Cypcn, have an.unced a slate in pre-nominationia-4 & !" X&*Su* ballots sent to all members of ; Mls pwiip Mr*. William Binder. Blase, Bloom, JPrs. WlUiam It, JOrs.. Wl / MONEY ;.;. .Mvi.-i ••-;•. ?^-.. IF YOU NEED IT; WE'VE GOT IT Mortgage money for buying, building. or refinancing homes is liko many other things ... it's of interest only to those people who need it. If you're not buy* ing, building or adding to your homo, facts about the mortgage market probably won't be of much interest to you. But if you're seeking funds to finance a new home or modernize an older one, you'll be interested to know that WASHINGTON FEDERAL has a goodly supply of dollars on hand just waiting to be) invested in home loans. There's a minimum of red tape. Visit or phone any WASHINGTON FEDERAL office and we'll do the rest. And you'll find our courteous mortgage department people ready and anxious to help you. WASHINGTON FEDERAL SAVINS Its' LOAN ASSOCIATION Of MIAMI HACH 1701 Meridian Ave.1234 Washington Ave. 1133 Normandy Dr. JE 8-8452 699 N. E. 167th St. • 945-7675 JACK 0. OOHOON ATHU H COU-SHOM r—* (U..-.. W • —4 \W Krensky, Dr. Irving Lehrman. I ng. Presentation of awards to the campaign's key leaders and division chairmen will be a feature of the evening, and in a special ceremony, charter members of the Silver aad (".olden Menorah.Club will be installed. Membership in the club represents those in the community who have contributed oyer $1,000 to the CJA campaign. Mmb.if ..f t!..I>lnn. r rommlitoe nliinnlns flu% vWiIrn-In,-ln.fr James M.. rni.in. I-nnml Abess. Mr.-. J.iufc \lilin, William AranoV, *-. I"i Alien, Mr. .in.l Mm. SWn+ Ansln. Mr. Howard A>" ar, "V Mr 1Meyer I)*.kin. Mm. Sjronfl Rorki rmm. Mm. Before You Rent Compare When they tell you the apartments are luxurious ... COMPARE! 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    The first commercial organization to urge every Jewish em-
    : oyee to shore in support of the community's Combined Jew-
    - h Appeal is the Gulf American Land Corporation. In a series
    :: meetings conducted at Gulf American headquarters on Bis-
    : ayne Blvd.. the need to build a better community end to help
    :eople oversees is being brought :o members of the organiza-
    Dn by tcp officials of the company. Left to right are company
    President Lenoard Rosen, company Vice President Kenneth
    rhwarrz. who is chairman of the cooperative program, end
    3t Pollack, director of customer relations.
    Young Leaders Reelect Heller
    : aniel Neal Heller ha> been re-
    ted to the Young Leadership
    -met ot the United Jeui>h Ap-
    1
    :eller. of 460 So. Shore Dr i>
    :ormer chairman of General
    citations for the Combined
    ..-h Appeal and has served as
    vice cha:rman of the Resident
    Siction. Miami Beach, for the CJA
    drive, as well as Speakers' Bu-
    reau chairman of the Greater
    Miami Jewish Federation
    He is national commander of
    t^e Jewish War Veteran- of the
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    INSTALLATION OF NEW OFFICERS
    Saturday, May 23rd, 8 p.m., at the DiLido Hotel
    1 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach
    [HTIKTA'HMIHT BY GflAT S7AMS
    * MKHl G.tSON JOYCE FARBER ESTHER BARRETT
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    Thousands Attend Rites at Treblink
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    Continued from Page 1-A
    the monument by various of
    ial participant- fig from
    representatives of Polish jevuh
    u. club to Dr Nahum Gold-
    :.rt The latter had come here
    invitation of the Polish au-
    ies as president of the World
    Jewish Congress and chairman ot
    the Conference on Jewish Material
    Claims Against German;
    Many leaders agreed that the
    unveiling of the imposing monu-
    ment was the most impressive
    commemorative event conducted
    in this country since 1948, when
    the monument to the Warsaw
    Ghetto rebellion was dedicated
    on the edge of that ghetto in
    Poland's capital.
    The monument, situated on the
    \er> spot where the gas ovens had
    stood, and beneath which- the
    ashes of hundreds of thousands of
    martyred Jew- were interred by
    the Nazis, features a large stone
    . "Iding a huge menorah. Sur-
    rounding the central stone are
    smaller stones, .-yrobohc of thou-
    sands of tombstones These are
    engraved with the names of all
    cities and villages from which the
    P. iish Jewish victims of Treblinka
    had been rounded up
    A group of 11 stones symbolizes
    the 11 countries in Europe from
    which the Nazi- had brought .' -
    hire for murder. Railroad tr. -
    depicted, reminiscent of the
    BUS of transport uherewith the
    ere brought here, dirt
    .-. gas ens \- .-.nee
    to the monument, there
    u in -a languages in-
    cluding YkJ
    that. here. 800.000 Jews bad been
    murdered by
    Treblinka : r... ,.t the
    most impona-.tof a series of
    monuments being erected in va-
    i:ous parts of Poland by the Coun-
    cil for the Protection of Monu-
    ments to the Resistance and Mar
    tyrdom. marking the sites where
    Nazi atrocities and mass murder-
    had been committed Two miles
    from this monument to the Jew-
    i-h dead, another memorial ua-
    vrveiled later in honor of the 10-
    000 Poles executed by the Nazis at
    that spot
    Adults Honored
    At Temple Israel
    Adult member- of Temple Is-
    rael of Greater Miami, who at
    uncled Saturday and Sunday
    morning clashes, will be awarded
    Certificates of Men: at -
    this Friday and be called to
    pulpit for a ble sing b\ Dr J -
    eph R. Narot
    The iaculty of the Adult Educa-
    tion Department cor- Dr
    Narot. Rabbi Morr.- <;r.,:f Prol
    S.d.-.e> B--..r.Kk and Seymour
    Subject- igtu
    Men ,nd ideas ;. ... f
    America The Prophets' and
    "Jew;;h Values in a C
    : |
    Tho^t to be honored
    ' -
    -
    -
    ... -
    -
    ID
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    High Polish military and civil-
    ian officials took part in the core-
    monies with Dr. Goldmann a
    participant in the official unveil-
    ing. Delegations and special
    guests had come to the rites
    from at least 10 countries. From
    early morning, many thousands
    of Jews and Poles, with Jewish
    youth clubs prominent among
    them, came here by bus, bi-
    cycle and other means of trans-
    port to attend the ceremonies.
    The principal addre>se> were
    delivered by Prof Stanislaw Tur-
    -ki. rector of Warsaw University,
    who is chairman of the committee
    of monument patron- Vice Min-
    ister Janus.- Wieczorek, president
    of the Council for Protection of
    Monument- to the Resistance and
    Martyrdom; and Salof Sish^round.
    lepresenting the Social and ri
    tural Association ol ; ,. jeil5
    Poland A mihtar. and \l
    opened the proceedir... VMth J
    emn music *
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    ?rge 10-A +Jtmist FhrH'tr Fridcy, Mcy 15, ^ | The first commercial organization to urge every Jewish em: oyee to shore in support of the community's Combined Jewh Appeal is the Gulf American Land Corporation. In a series :: meetings conducted at Gulf American headquarters on Bis: ayne Blvd.. the need to build a better community end to help :eople oversees is being brought :o members of the organizaDn by tcp officials of the company. Left to right are company President Lenoard Rosen, company Vice President Kenneth £ rhwarrz. who is chairman of the cooperative program, end 3t Pollack, director of customer relations. Young Leaders Reelect Heller : aniel Neal Heller ha> been reted to the Young Leadership -met ot the United Jeui>h Ap1 :eller. of 460 So. Shore Dr i> :ormer chairman of General • citations for the Combined ..-h Appeal and has served as vice cha:rman of the Resident Siction. Miami Beach, for the CJA drive, as well as Speakers' Bureau chairman of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation He is national commander of t^e Jewish War Veteranof the I > A THE PERFECT CONFIRMATION GIFT •ever before hot Jewish history been tresentea 1 in such fa*cimatino. ami easy fa arcsp form. Itery poqe is 0 work Of art — • treasury of information for every home. I'l x 11U 17" x 11" Expanding Chart* Edited by P. Wallman Tsomir SheoooM Publishers }0 DAI Ml TtlAL orrtt Too mast be satisfied! or year purchase erk* will be refunded. ; TO. Graphic M.tto-y ot the Jewih Heritage Corp. 27 Wi ium Street. New York S. N.Y. JffCT w thcut cost or obligation, p.ease itna "The Graph c History ot the Jewish Heritage" tor "C-da? free J iiim.'Hon. which I will return if not satisfied IN TIMf Otherw.se I w,n pa/ full pr.ee of fiC3. plus 50c j postage 4 "mjnng Add *•. sa'es tax •' N > C i deliver* FOR s am SHiVUOTH ; City State I have enclosed S'S.00. you pay postage and sales ta. LEBEDIKER BRANCH FARBAND LABOR ZIONIST ORDER GALA ISRAEL INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION and INSTALLATION OF NEW OFFICERS Saturday, May 23rd, 8 p.m., at the DiLido Hotel 1 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach [HTIKTA'HMIHT BY GflAT S7AMS %  MKHl G.tSON JOYCE FARBER ESTHER BARRETT DAN CSC INCLUDING THl HOMA' Contribution SI 50 Refreshments will be served Thousands Attend Rites at Treblink HOME IMPROVEMENT LOANS? '-a** DETAILS WITHOUT OBLIGATION? :e: • — a: :-, bark -a**?. f Installment loan Department open til 330. Monday thru Friday. % Ce-.a %  V.nat s rrc-e %  .'.. Zz: -va to be a bar> Customer to QiMfify. Olhl Free •• O^o Hour v^y CAPITAL NATIONAL BANK OT MIAMI twn M m i li.. OMO. 117 H E. 1ST AVE FR 1-9641 Feot-a! Oe-o; I -i Continued from Page 1-A the monument by various of ial participantfig from representatives of Polish jevuh • u club to Dr Nahum Gold:.rt The latter had come here invitation of the Polish auies as president of the World Jewish Congress and chairman ot the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against German; Many leaders agreed that the unveiling of the imposing monument was the most impressive commemorative event conducted in this country since 1948, when the monument to the Warsaw Ghetto rebellion was dedicated on the edge of that ghetto in Poland's capital. The monument, situated on the \er> spot where the gas ovens had stood, and beneath whichthe ashes of hundreds of thousands of martyred Jewwere interred by the Nazis, features a large stone "Iding a huge menorah. Surrounding the central stone are smaller stones, .-yrobohc of thousands of tombstones These are engraved with the names of all cities and villages from which the P. iish Jewish victims of Treblinka had been rounded up A group of 11 stones symbolizes the 11 countries in Europe from which the Nazihad brought .'• hire for murder. Railroad tr. depicted, reminiscent of the BUS of transport uherewith the ere brought here, dirt •.-. gas .• ens \.-.nee to the monument, there u in -A languages including YkJ that. here. 800.000 Jews bad been murdered by • Treblinka : %  r... ,.t the most impona-.t—of a series of monuments being erected in vai:ous parts of Poland by the Council for the Protection of Monuments to the Resistance and Mar tyrdom. marking the sites where Nazi atrocities and mass murderhad been committed Two miles from this monument to the Jewi-h dead, another memorial uavrveiled later in honor of the 10000 Poles executed by the Nazis at that spot Adults Honored At Temple Israel Adult memberof Temple Israel of Greater Miami, who at uncled Saturday and Sunday morning clashes, will be awarded Certificates of Men: at this Friday and be called to • pulpit for a ble sing b\ Dr J eph R. Narot The iaculty of the Adult Education Department corDr Narot. Rabbi Morr.<;r.,:f Prol S.d.-.e> B--..r.Kk and Seymour Subjectigtu Men ,nd ideas ;. ... „f America The Prophets' and "Jew;;h Values in a C : | •• Tho^t to be honored ... %  ID i, iti *i H, n WORM V. High Polish military and civilian officials took part in the coremonies with Dr. Goldmann a participant in the official unveiling. Delegations and special guests had come to the rites from at least 10 countries. From early morning, many thousands of Jews and Poles, with Jewish youth clubs prominent among them, came here by bus, bicycle and other means of transport to attend the ceremonies. The principal addre>se> were delivered by Prof Stanislaw Tur-ki. rector of Warsaw University, who is chairman of the committee of monument patronVice Minister Janus.Wieczorek, president of the Council for Protection of Monumentto the Resistance and Martyrdom; and Salof Sish^round. lepresenting the Social and r„i tural Association ol ; ,. j eil5 Poland A mihtar. and \l opened the proceedir... VMth !" 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    12-A
    +Jewistincr***r?
    Frida
    y. May is,
    ^T"
    Torah to be Dedicated at Emanu-EI
    In Honor of Samuel Friedland Sunday
    A magnificently-adorned Torah
    \ill be dedicated in honor of Sam
    uel Friendiand. lounder. past
    president and chairman of the
    board of Temple Emanu-EI. at
    special prillmtfim services Sunday
    i::onu;:;. the first day of Shavuot.
    at Temple Emar.uEl.
    The Torah is being presented
    to Temple Emai.u-El in honor ol
    Mr. Fricdland's birthday by his
    brother. George Friedland. of
    Philadelphia
    Graduate-; of Temple Emanu-
    Ei's Confirmation Department will
    march in solemn procession to the
    ..r here the> will be greeted
    by Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual
    leader The confirmands will par-
    ticipate in a presentation entitled
    " We Count Our Blessings."
    Sandra, daughter of Dr. and Mrs
    Leon Manheimer. is class \aledic-
    .in Jane, daughter of Mrs
    Walter Cloth, is class president.
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    ctotar Mr and Mr* I; -
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    I y- .
    -
    On Monday, tr.e seiond day of
    S \uot. there uill be a special
    Mi vice dedicating the newly-deco-
    I Temple Sanctuary and the
    ' : v class ariadonrs which adorn
    tome The windows were de-
    by the ;..u rnationally-fa-
    artist. Peril Pel-
    geantry of
    Jewish festivals and holidays in
    glorious color and artistic design.
    The windows are being dedicated
    by the following members of the
    congregation:
    Mr and Mrs Shepard Broad.
    Mr and Mrs. Charles Charcow-
    sky. Mrs Fred Ehrnnkranz. Mr.
    and Mrs Samuel Friedland. Mr.
    snd Mrs Morris S. Galler. Mrs
    S Harvey Greenspan. Mr. and
    Mrs S H Krom. Mr. and Mrs.
    Morris Lapidus.
    Mr and Mrs. Joseph M. Lip-
    ton. Mr and Mrs Emil Morton.
    Mr. and Mrs Nathan Schwartz.
    Dr and Mrs. Harold Unger. and
    Mr and Mrs Al Zablo
    Dr Irving Lehrman will preach
    si both morning sen ices The
    S4M0H FtlEDlAND
    "izkor memorial service will be
    .eld at 10:30 a.m. Monday, the
    second day of Shavuot
    Books from the Bible:
    The Scroll of Ruth
    r-

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    The scroll of Ruth is an idyllic
    tale describing peaceful rural
    life in Judah during the time ol
    the Judges It tells the story ol
    a family from Bethlehem. In a
    time ol famine, the Father. Eli-
    melech. takes his wife. Naomi,
    and two sons. Mahlon and Chilion
    to the land of Moab. There they
    remain ten vcars. After Eli-
    melech's death, his sons marry
    Moahjte women. Orpah and
    Ruth.
    The >ins die childless, and
    Naomi decides to return home to
    Judah. She tells her daughters-
    in-law to return to their parents'
    homes, but Ruth prefers to ac-
    company Naomi to Judah. In
    their poverty. Ruth becomes a
    gleaner after the reapers in the
    ciW of Boar, of the family of
    Elimelevh. her father tola*. in
    time Boaz takes Ruth to wife.
    B> this marriage, accorrrir- I
    Mical injunction, the name
    of the dead is perpetuated
    the name o( the dead be not cut
    wif from among his brethren '
    Ruth I : Ruth he.
    -" of K | 1
    er of the I
    Ruth is portrayed everywhere
    -.: pi -;
    i at
    when she -
    !
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    . granary I
    '. mi that tht
    the rh
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    * oaoi oun.irvAj*.)
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    TO ALL WHO
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    VOTED FOR ME
    FOR RIELECTI0N
    TO DAM COsJaTT I0AJ Of "WiX IHSTNCTIOal

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    Ruth follow* Behind the reapers
    who intentunjlly flroo 8lnln9
    for her.
    "And She went, and cint and
    gleaned m the f'eht alter me reap-
    ers." (Ruth 23).
    It is no wonder that she i- cho?-
    en to be David > ancestress The
    scroll of Ruth suffused \wtn
    the calm, stead) tight ol virtue
    loyalty, faith. .nd a deserved
    reward
    Extracted from "The Graphic
    History of the Jewish Henraje,'
    edited by P. Wollrran-Tsamir.
    Shencsotd Publishers. 27 William
    Street. New York 5 Price $15
    Harriet Harland. professor of
    early childhood education at Flor-
    ida State University, will be guest
    speaker at the closing YMHA in-
    service training session for pre-
    school staff members next Tues-
    day noon.
    Scheduled as a luncheon to be
    held in the lounge of the Miami
    Y." 450 SW 16th Ave.. the pro-
    gram will teature the theme. "The
    Role of an Early Childhood Educa-
    tor in School Readiness Pro-
    gram."
    Attending the session will be
    the 20 members ol the teaching
    staff, a> well as the following
    members of the county commit
    tee for the ECD program: Mrs
    Stanley Cohen. Mrs. Roland Kohen.
    Mrs. Sidney Roberts. Mrs. Irwin
    i bristle, Mrs. Evan Katz. Mrs
    Maxwell Whitebrook. Mrs Earl
    Lipnick. Mrs. Norman' Sand.
    Mrs Wilbur Blechman and Mrs
    Burton Levin.
    As a special feature of the pro-
    gram, an original skit describing
    the highlights of the year has been
    prepared by two of the teachers.
    Mrs. George Kramer and Mr-
    Norman Ashbes.
    Registration for the 1961-65
    school year is now in progn U :r,
    order to accommodate the un.
    usually early beginning of the
    pi ..-ram this coming fall The
    emphasis in a "Y" pre-school
    pru.ram will continue to be an
    area of helping the young child to
    develop his own sense of identity
    in relation to other children of
    his age.
    Professionally trained teacher>
    with a degree from an accredited
    university, preferably with their
    major'-in early ifiitohnn*.,.
    tkin. interested in a crea'^
    gram, may contact the h'I*
    Jeannctte B. Schwartz. fo"r*
    sonal interview to dim,,3
    able openings. ~
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    12-A +Jewistincr***r? Frida y. May is, %  ^T" Torah to be Dedicated at Emanu-EI In Honor of Samuel Friedland Sunday A magnificently-adorned Torah \ill be dedicated in honor of Sam uel Friendiand. lounder. past president and chairman of the board of Temple Emanu-EI. at special prillmtfim services Sunday i::onu;:;. the first day of Shavuot. at Temple Emar.uEl. The Torah is being presented to Temple Emai.u-El in honor ol Mr. Fricdland's birthday by his brother. George Friedland. of Philadelphia Graduate-; of Temple EmanuEi's Confirmation Department will march in solemn procession to the ..r here the> will be greeted by Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader The confirmands will participate in a presentation entitled We Count Our Blessings." Sandra, daughter of Dr. and Mrs Leon Manheimer. is class \aledic.in Jane, daughter of Mrs Walter Cloth, is class president. Pf M ••• • \1 \\ v • -Hi• • \! \! \( r '-• -i >• • %  %  • u • is >;, -_ %  .,%  • •.-.%  j Ml tad Mi S •• r MI M n %  arbl t St v : M M. atf ..n %  V V I n-. r v ad Mrs B !.!r • !> r I Mrs 1.\1.. ::. Ri %  f Mr. and Mr* .%  %  sum 11 a jptj;-.% %  '. M ;• ... u %  Juki ..: % %  ( Mra IVrd%  %  -' jii .•> 1 Uri •;, iaaoTf i>\i.i. eua ,> vr. :.D'\ :• r> %  • %  I y_ %  On Monday, tr.e seiond day of S \uot. there uill be a special Mi vice dedicating the newly-decoI Temple Sanctuary and the •' : v class ariadonrs which adorn • tome The windows were deby the ;..u rnationally-faartist. Peril Pelgeantry of Jewish festivals and holidays in glorious color and artistic design. The windows are being dedicated by the following members of the congregation: Mr and Mrs Shepard Broad. Mr and Mrs. Charles Charcowsky. Mrs Fred Ehrnnkranz. Mr. and Mrs Samuel Friedland. Mr. snd Mrs Morris S. Galler. Mrs S Harvey Greenspan. Mr. and Mrs S H Krom. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lapidus. Mr and Mrs. Joseph M. Lipton. Mr and Mrs Emil Morton. Mr. and Mrs Nathan Schwartz. Dr and Mrs. Harold Unger. and Mr and Mrs Al Zablo Dr Irving Lehrman will preach si both morning sen ices The S4M0H FtlEDlAND • "izkor memorial service will be .eld at 10:30 a.m. Monday, the second day of Shavuot Books from the Bible: The Scroll of Ruth r%  K. & K. PHILLIPS 66 SERVICE Autom..-,ve R-:33irs & i < 'o*c i Service TIRES—TU3ES A BATTERIES J t I 14295 H W 7th AVENUE J North Miami Ph 6S8-9359 • V The scroll of Ruth is an idyllic tale describing peaceful rural life in Judah during the time ol the Judges It tells the story ol a family from Bethlehem. In a time ol famine, the Father. Elimelech. takes his wife. Naomi, and two sons. Mahlon and Chilion to the land of Moab. There they remain ten vcars. After Elimelech's death, his sons marry Moahjte women. Orpah and Ruth. The >ins die childless, and Naomi decides to return home to Judah. She tells her daughtersin-law to return to their parents' homes, but Ruth prefers to accompany Naomi to Judah. In their poverty. Ruth becomes a gleaner after the reapers in the ciW of Boar, of the family of Elimelevh. her father tola*. in time Boaz takes Ruth to wife. B> this marriage, accorrrirI Mical injunction, the name of the dead is perpetuated the name o( the dead be not cut wif from among his brethren Ruth I :• Ruth he. %  • -" of K | 1 er of the I Ruth is portrayed everywhere -.: • pi -; i at when she ng ben •'• %  granary I '. mi that tht %  the rh y •* OAOI •oun.irvAj*.) MIAMI Bf*CW PLO Ck* J*">aVOI f-J4 ^ ANNA BRENNER MEYERS "MY THANKS TO ALL WHO INDORSED ME AMD TO ALL WHO VOTED FOR ME FOR RIELECTI0N TO DAM COsJaTT I0AJ Of "WiX IHSTNCTIOal 4 X •W-J" %  • tLjlE •W*aV4. O atC-Ca A 7? OTARION HEARING AIDS • •MJr A.. HMI WHILE TOU WAIT Imperial Hearing Aid Co. 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It is no wonder that she icho?en to be David > ancestress The scroll of Ruth • suffused \wtn the calm, stead) tight ol virtue loyalty, faith. .nd a deserved reward Extracted from "The Graphic History of the Jewish Henraje,' edited by P. Wollrran-Tsamir. Shencsotd Publishers. 27 William Street. New York 5 Price $15 Harriet Harland. professor of early childhood education at Florida State University, will be guest speaker at the closing YMHA inservice training session for preschool staff members next Tuesday noon. Scheduled as a luncheon to be held in the lounge of the Miami •Y." 450 SW 16th Ave.. the program will teature the theme. "The Role of an Early Childhood Educator in School Readiness Program." Attending the session will be the 20 members ol the teaching staff, a> well as the following members of the county commit tee for the ECD program: Mrs Stanley Cohen. Mrs. Roland Kohen. Mrs. Sidney Roberts. Mrs. Irwin i bristle, Mrs. Evan Katz. Mrs Maxwell Whitebrook. Mrs Earl Lipnick. Mrs. Norman' Sand. Mrs Wilbur Blechman and Mrs Burton Levin. As a special feature of the program, an original skit describing the highlights of the year has been prepared by two of the teachers. Mrs. George Kramer and MrNorman Ashbes. Registration for the 1961-65 school year is now in progn U :r, order to accommodate the un. usually early beginning of the pi ..-ram this coming fall The emphasis in a "Y" pre-school pru.ram will continue to be an area of helping the young child to develop his own sense of identity in relation to other children of his age. Professionally • trained teacher> with a degree from an accredited university, preferably with their major'-in early ifiitohnn*.,. tkin. interested in a crea'^ gram, may contact the H'I* Jeannctte B. 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    +JmMncr*f&n
    Page 13-A
    febration J Sjtctvuotli to rJolbw SaLLatlt
    oth celebration will be launched in Greater Miami at services! ______
    pvenrng, and continuing Sunday and Monda'c with ViAnr'''" WHllHW'.\n-."frlfWwi,-r>u-H^..t>i. Lehrman. cantor wir.h
    S1 moth celebration will be launched in Greater Miami at services!
    um.cewntng. and continuin? Sunday and Monda1?. with yK1
    monal prayers slated for the final day of the observance For
    ci;, shavuoth features, see Pages 12-A 1-C. and 3-C.
    JC'-H ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Awe.
    rthciox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
    i '. |i. n. Saturday B:S0 n.ni.
    "Can We Expect a Better
    \W :-.? [>.m, "Tlw Kihic-s ,.f
    K:."-> rs." Sh.'ivuoi uh-r^d In.
    Saturday x:3ii a.m. Bermon:
    'nrah'a Eternal Vitality." Bve-
    ' ji.ni. Monday 8:30 a.m. Bar-
    'A Tradition to Serve ns a
    trance. Yizkor 10:30 a.m.
    LVAT 6HALOM CONG REG A.
    3'- 585 SW S7th Ave. Orthodox,
    ntc Israel Kerahner.
    -----. -----
    : EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
    *ative. Rabbi Abraham Sch-
    Irti
    ZAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Awe. Con-
    1 .t. Raboi Norman N. Shapiro.
    tc William W. Lipion.
    .." pan. sisterhood Sabbath.
    i. :! It.-.nli.inl will in.stall SIs-
    nfflcera. Saturday \> a.m. Jun-
    Drfregatlon Sabbath with Bruce
    i inior rahbl. S'havuot Serv-
    aturday :*!' p.m. in tin* Chapel.
    9 a.m. Main Sanctuary 6:30
    I Monday 9 am Main
    :.-... vision- Service IO:S0 am
    EL. 500 SW 17th Awe. Ortho-
    r-.obi Solomon Schitf,
    .,.". p.m. Saturda) ":"' a.m.
    p: hedilli Saturday 9:45 p.m.
    :'-:i'i a.m. Sermon: "Reaching
    . t i Lin. of lod." Mlnclut I la
    It i -.,\ v : ;i.m Visitor Service
    riiion Sii ivlng for Elei n-
    9JETH
    C.aDbi H. Louis Rottman.
    l sat urda 9 a.m Bha -
    .* on >.ii in day 6 '' m
    .. in and 13 p m Monda)
    - \ :. ps. I.III.
    JACOB. 301-3U Washinnton
    : thodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
    Maurica Mamchaa.
    /< p.m. S.UUl -l-i. 1.1 Ifnd I lie World's
    - .i v lu>i uhui red In ~ '' "r
    ,i m Sermon; "A Tran
    "a ah.* Monday v.'.n a.m Via-
    a.m.' s. i-mnii- "The ''''
    e-.OOESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
    i Traditional. Rabbi Max
    ,'C. Cvitor Fred Bernstein.
    Festival ushered in on Bat-
    ! ai sunset. Sunday and M.....la}
    Visitor Service on Monday
    i Kermon: "Our Travels
    n the Wars.'"
    I MOSHE CONGREGATION.
    W. Dixie Hywy. Conserwatiwe.
    Simon April. Cantor Hyman
    y B:lfi p.in. Quest speaker. Oscar
    hart, attorney. Tuple: "Ethics
    People." featurday 8:45 a.m.
    1:46 a.in Bhavuol ushered in.
    *: "Tor.ih is Life." Monday 9:45
    nskor Bervlsea 10:30 a.m.
    RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd *vt.
    lodcx. Ralph Krieger, secre-
    'FILAH. 935 Euclid Awe. Or-
    Ox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
    ----- -----
    TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th
    Cc-serw itiwe. Rabbi Max Lip-
    Itz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
    .5 p.m. Tonl Zlffer ami Sti-
    , will be honored upon com-
    ili.. Synagogue's General
    nol program. Saturda) 8:45
    Mitzvah: Brian, son of Mr.
    Ira Harold Bellgman; Stephen,
    Bhlrlo) Verdon ami Bills
    l p.m. I'ar Mltivah: Mlchnel,
    \t Mr. and Mr.-. Herman Kn-.i
    Weeks uahered in at s- i \ -
    in Sunda) 8 IS a m Mon-
    ti r, mi Vlxkor 10:45 a m
    --
    RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
    rvatlve. Rabbi Harold Richter.
    ptor Jack Lerncr.
    i p.m. Sei Minn: "li\\ ami
    " Saturda) 8 SO ,i m Si I
    . I'..i ||on ..i the Week i lai
    Alan, .-..ii nf Mi. an.I Mrs
    .i. Sliavuol Services sun-
    in Be mi>n *'i*i".n l* ii
    niiiu at ii: I". p.m. Mol da)
    rlskor s. rvlces i" So a.m.
    "The l-'ift.i Commandment

    CANDLtUGHTING T/Afl
    26 Iyor 6:36 pjn.
    -' ........ i
    PI. Conservative. Rabbi Oawid Ros-
    enfeJd.
    | l-Yiday l:M p.m. Snturday 9 a.m. Bar
    Mitavnh: Dennis, son ft Mr. and Mrs.
    ; Marshall Chern. Khavunt observed be-
    I glnninK at U:::" p.m. Sunday B:S0 a.m.
    iii.-'ii.iini: services for KpIIrIous School
    | ehlldreii. Sermon: 'Ten Command-
    i m.-ins." Monday "> a.m. Bermon: ":A
    i Reunion With i Mr AAceators." Yizkur
    I Memoi ial Services 10:10 a.m.
    FT. LAUOERDALE EMANU EL. 1801
    E. Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabbi
    Richard M. Lewiton.
    HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
    dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
    Gross.
    Friday ,,'''" p.m Saturday '' a.m. and
    i. p.m. Bhnvuot Services Sunday 9
    a hi Sermon: "The Tin Cnmandments
    T.-ii:i> Monday 1* a.m. Sermon:
    "Book ni Ruth." Vlskor l" a.m. i
    ------a------
    ISRAELITE CtNTER. 3175 SW 25th
    St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu
    T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen
    HYIilnj 8:3'i p.m. Saturda) 8:4" a.m.
    Sermon: "IVrsonal Story of a fro
    phel Bhnvuot ushered In nt T p.m
    ."-"in1.i'. '." i.in > mon .vi'-.i -I
    i: 'Hi Kvi ninu p m Monda) v '"
    in Si n If I -> 111 Wi i. the
    Knd." V'lakor i" 10 a.m.
    ----
    KNESETH ISRAEL. 1J1 Euclid Avr.
    Orthodox. Ribbi Dawid Lehrfield.
    Cantor Abraham Seif.
    MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1844
    Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
    Abraham Str.issfeld.
    MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION.
    3737 Bud Rd. Modern Traditional.
    ---------
    OHEV 5HALOVI. 9.1 Normandy Or.
    Orthodox. Rabbi PhmMi WsJier-
    man.
    SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
    St. Conserwative. Rabbi Zevi Green-
    wald.
    Friday 9:80 and 8:10 p.m. Bermon:
    "Preparations for Binal." Baturday v
    a.m.
    SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 845
    Collins Awe. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah-
    mias.
    r.'anda) *:: a.m. Shavuot Barvlcea.
    Sermon: "Jews and Torah." Monday
    - ii a.m. Sermon: "Marrhufe of Qod
    and Jewish People." Tlakor Barvicej
    | 10:15 a.m.
    TEMPLE ADATH VESHURUN. Con-
    servative. 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami
    Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan.
    Cantor Maurice Neu.
    Friday 8:1S p.m. Dedication of hon-
    nii.ii- Saturday >:ir. a.m. liar Mlti-
    fali: Mare, son of Mr. and Mrs AJeX-
    amlir Sharfstein. Shavuot ushered in
    ai 7:30 p.m. Sunda) 8:46 a.m. Sermon:
    "Revelation -Then and Now." Even-
    ing 7::: p.m. Monday v<.". a.m. her-
    lie.I : "Judaism-A Kelik"i"ll of lleav.ll
    .mil Karili."
    TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
    Dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
    Herbert Ba-.imgard. Cantor Charles
    Kodner.
    Friday v1"' P-m, Sermon "The Van-
    ishing Jew." Senior graduates "f poat-
    ...nfii niatii-n group will bi honored.
    Sunday ll a.m. Bhavuol Services
    L'oiiflrmatlon 8 p.m.
    i" M) ii#".\tr.! iSfflBnier-ii
    sen i.f Mrs. Beverly Schneider. Bha-
    vuol Services Sunday i:4r. a.m. will
    Include Yizkur.
    TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 387
    NE 167th St. Conserwatiwe. Rabbi
    Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Alex-
    ander Cohen.
    ----------
    TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
    2'nd Awe. Conserwatiwe. Rabbi S. M.
    Machtei.
    Friday 8:80 p.m. Sermon: "A Compass
    fur luur Wilderness." Saturday :'::ii>
    a.m. Bar Mlizvah: Bennett, sun of
    Mi. and Mrs. Jonr'ph Sapersiein. Bhm-
    viu.t Etarvice K:M p.m. Sundnv :no
    a.m. Sermon: "Moses on Sinai." 8:30
    p.m. Sernmn: "The Colden (;Mif. An
    Inadeiiuau; Substituie fur Moaes,"
    Monday i:W a.m. Sermon: "The Ton-
    KUe. An Instrument for Life or
    uaath." Memorial aarvleea 10:80 a.m.
    TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1701 Washing-
    ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
    Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler.
    Friday 8:80 dm. Saturday :i a.m. Bar
    Mltivah: JerTr.-y, sun of Mr. and Mrs,
    Bernard i>. "Kaplan: Robert, son ol
    Mr. and Mrs. David Vanii
    -
    TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
    Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
    Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
    PVIda) 8:16 p.m. Sermon: "Doei God
    Reward or Punish?"
    TEMPLE JUOEA. 320 Palermo Ave.
    Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordecai
    Pedet. Cantor Gordon Richards.
    Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 10:80 a.m.
    Uiir Mltsvah: Hubert, sun of Mr. and
    Mis. Kam Tueli. Shavuot Sirvics
    7:30 p.m. will Include confirmation
    exercises. Sunday 10:30 a.m. Yizkur
    Me.morlul Services.
    TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St.
    Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
    owitr Cantor Edward Klein.
    Friday 1:15 p.m. Has Mitzvuh: Judy,
    daughter uf .\^r, and Mrs. Sid BUM-
    m;in. Salunlay '.' a.m. Bel'UIOli: "The
    I'ortlon of the Law." liar Mitzvah:
    Ike. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jaime Oold-
    enberff. Bh&vuot lachedjUc:gBaturdajf
    6: ""
    tlv
    lay 8:43 a.m. Yi'/.ki
    ' .< "V. s." .......... .-.. ....u>... .*-... ^- .-
    i".:4.". p.m. Sunday ^ *. a.iii..<'>iiiruia-
    ti,uii Services. ICv.ininv 6: l."iq^p. *3Jj"d
    The Red and Green Light
    Of Divine Commandment
    By RABBI
    MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
    Temple Menorah
    The lesson of Shavuot can be
    told in diverse ways. I choose to
    relate the proiound lesson of Ihe
    revelation at Sinai in the follow-
    ing simple story:
    Through my rear view mirror.
    I saw the police patrol car with
    Consider the following points:
    First, we are endowed with the
    basic freedom of owning and
    driving a car. But the traffic
    light limits us by directing us
    when we may proceed and when
    ue must stop. Second, by ob-
    serving the traffic signals, we in-
    sure our own safety and the
    safety of our neighbors. Third,
    traffic lights are placed in our
    path by the authority <>i a traf-
    fic engineer whose laws do not
    change with the whims and the
    wills of individuals. Finally,
    TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and
    Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
    tional. Rjiim Eugene Labowitz.
    Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
    Saturday S:4."i a.m. Confirmation Ser-
    ies. Bhavuol Services ai 8:80 p.m.
    Sunday K:l."> a.m. Seriuun: "Tornh
    th. Answer to the V'anlahlng Jew."
    Sunday 8:48 a.m. Ylzliur Sernmn:
    "The Souls- of Our Beloved."
    --------
    TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative.
    8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi
    Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin.
    Friday ,V30 p.m. Saturday tf:4.'. a.m.
    I'.ii Mltsvah: llrad. son of Mr. and
    Mrs. Irving Bromley.
    --------
    TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
    121C0 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi
    Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale.
    Friday 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "lllblical
    Commandments- Veraua Modern Com-
    mitments." Services conducted by
    Confirmation Claaa 1864. simday 10
    a.m. Shuvuot services and Confirma-
    tion exercises.
    TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
    Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
    Hyman Gross.
    TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Awe.
    Conserwatiwe. Rabbi Hershel Brooks.
    Cantor Ben Dickson.
    Friday 8:18 p.m. Sermon: "Havt Our
    Children Accepted the Torah"" Satur-
    day 8:45 a.m. Sermon: "Counting
    Something Precious." Bhavuol serv-
    ices stari Sunday >:l" a.m. Bermon:
    "Our I'airy Food." Monday 8:45 a.m
    Bermon: "A Memorial." Vlakor Serv-
    ices.
    --------
    TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St.
    Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
    man. Cantor Leo Urlich.
    r"rldn> v::u p.m. Has .Mitzvah Mari-
    lyn, datlghtel .l Mr. and Mrs George
    Ml MIS
    RABBI KIAYtB ABRAMOWITZ
    Iroific lights
    its overhead red light blinking.
    Pulling over to the curb. I
    brought the car to a stop as my
    heart quickened its palpitation.
    The officer, recognizing me,
    piously rebuked me, "Rabbi!
    You of all people! You know
    you've got to live by the law!
    If you don't respect the law,
    TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
    Ave Conservative. Rabbi Henry
    Wernick.
    l-"i nla> t:Sn -i iii. Sermon: "Modern
    I'm el .nit- I llii Shahhal h"-1. i I.v
    Mr and Mis Man II Firsl in honiM
    ..i ^ i ,i u.i-.ifi. Stephen Ihivld, son of
    I 'r .mil Mrs. w ili.mi III ii.-. I"- .pei.
    Snturdnj a.m Bern..... "The Pol -
    tlon ol the Week.' Shavuot uahered
    the red, the green and the yellow in at 7:80 p.m. Sunda> H u.m. and 7
    lights are intended for all dnv- ft-,i*J^,> ;"" Me......."' Sarv'
    ers and are not subject to variant I
    internret ttions The red means YOUNG isracl 990 NE 171st St.
    ItmipreidUOns. Ilie nu mtJin Orthodox. Raobi Sherwin Stauber.
    stop, the green means go. and Frldaj 8:30 p.m. Saturdaj a.m -
    the yellow means caution for all ,".;;":,,"'^;;,T''s.V,nV,u',n,""i'.'."!iv'.'.|S,1'.'.f
    people, at all times. Weeks." evening Rhavuot services
    .. __.. ,__, 8:80 pin. Moudus 9 .i in. Vlakor 10:3Q
    But here the parallel ends. ., ,
    There is a basic difference he-1 r^^i^ -
    tween God and the traffic lights.,
    God doesn't have squad cars with ;
    overhead red blinking lights. At
    least not the kind from which of-
    ficers emerge to reach into their
    hip-pockets to write a ticket.
    They're the easy kind. They
    can. at times, be eluded. But
    the Divine Traffic Light in our
    lives has built-in regulators
    which harass our conscience
    when we defy His law and which
    give us inner peace when we
    live by it. The Ten Command-
    ments are veritably the Divine
    Tratfic Lights in our lives.
    Available yearly er
    Nigh Holidays.
    All-around Cantor,
    Baal Musef, Baal
    Kerch A Sheiar.
    REV. HY ISRAEL
    3361 SW 26th St.
    Ph. 445-2760
    MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE
    3737 Bird Read, Miami
    Ph. 446-2181
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    Daily 8 a.m. and 6 p.m.
    Sat., Sun., 9 a.m. and 6 p.m.
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    i
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    perienced candidates should apply. Send full resume of qualifications,
    special skills, etc. Write H. T., Box 2973, Miami, Fla. 33101
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    TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
    WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave Reform.
    Rabbi Samool Jaffe.
    mon as his hand
    his hip-pocket for
    reached into
    his book of
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    TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW
    120th St. Reconstructionist. Rabbi
    Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gott-
    lieb,
    l-'riiiiiy 8:15 p.m Education Sabbath
    Quest speaker, Jack KuimIi.ui. m. m
    hi i ..i I'nlvt i -i > of -Miami Depart
    in.iii ni' Paycholoiry. Bernard I d
    I.. il, nutfrolnx chali man ol the Tero-j
    pie's ilin :ii i.-n ciimmlttee and metn-
    i.,.i of ili. ... in Itti ill be honoi
    .ii. Saturdaj i" ''" a.m, Bermon:
    inn First FYull "
    ------e------
    TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
    wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative.
    Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor
    Ernest Steiner.
    PYldaj B:1B p.m Baa Mltavah: Susan,
    daughter "f Mr. and Mrs William
    I Lewis STiavuol schedule beains at
    7 SO p.m. Sunday 9 a.m. S.-rmuii:
    "The Ten Commandmente." Iveninii
    Services 7 p.m. Monday t a.m. Ber-
    mon: "We Take Leave Tutkor Me-
    morial Service 10:48 a.m,
    1 TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
    Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
    Cantor David Conviser.
    Friday vr. p.m. Sermon: "American
    I Support uf Dlctatorahlp." Katnrda)
    I 10:4."i u.m. liar Mltsvah: Richard, son
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    tickets. 1 listened to his ser
    mon and felt like a guilt ridden
    sinner.
    It was then that I thought of
    the traffic light and God. We
    have no physical image ol God.
    for we are commanded against
    making any graven image and
    calling it God. But I think it
    is not sacrilegious to draw a
    parallel between God and the
    traffic light.
    Israelite Center
    Plans Graduation
    Saturday Eve
    Services at Israelite Center on
    Saturday evening will he follow-
    ed by graduation of students from
    the Center's Religious School.
    The graduates will also perform
    in a short play depicting the role
    that synagogue, Torah, rabbi.
    Brotherhood and Sisterhood play
    in the education and life of a
    Jew.
    Graduates are Stuart Bell. Kev-
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    Kermisch. Jeffrey Perl. Roberta
    Meister. Peter Resnick. Janet Silk.
    Gordon Brydger, Harold Sluchak,
    Karen Plotkin.
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    Herj.May 15. 1964 +JmMncr*f&n Page 13-A %  febration J Sjtctvuotli to r Jolb w SaLLatlt oth celebration will be launched in Greater Miami at services! pvenrng, and continuing Sunday and Monda'c with ViAnr'' %  W H ll HW '.\n-."fr l fWwi,-r> uH ^ ..t>i. Lehrman. cantor wir.h S 1 moth celebration will be launched in Greater Miami at services! um.cewntng. and continuin? Sunday and Monda 1 ?. with YK 1 monal prayers slated for the final day of the observance For ci;, shavuoth features, see Pages 12-A 1-C. and 3-C. JC'-H ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Awe. rthciox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. i '. |i. n. Saturday B:S0 n.ni. "Can We Expect a Better \W %  :-.? %  [>.m, "Tlw Kihic-s ,.f K:."-> rs." Sh.'ivuoi uh-r^d In. Saturday x:3ii a.m. Bermon: 'nrah'a Eternal Vitality." Bve' %  ji.ni. Monday 8:30 a.m. Bar'A Tradition to Serve ns a trance. Yizkor 10:30 a.m. LVAT 6HALOM CONG REG A. 3'585 SW S7th Ave. Orthodox, ntc Israel Kerahner. : EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave. *ative. Rabbi Abraham SchIrti Z AVID. 2625 SW 3rd Awe. Con1 .t. Raboi Norman N. Shapiro. tc William W. Lipion. .."• pan. sisterhood Sabbath. i. %  ••:•! It.-.nli.inl will in.stall SIsnfflcera. Saturday \> a.m. JunDrfregatlon Sabbath with Bruce i %  inior rahbl. S'havuot Servaturday • %  :*!•' p.m. in tin* Chapel. 9 a.m. Main Sanctuary 6:30 • •I Monday 9 am Main :.-... visionService IO:S0 am EL. 500 SW 17th Awe. Orthor-.obi Solomon Schitf, .,.". p.m. Saturda) ":"'• a.m. P: hedilli Saturday 9:45 p.m. : %  '-:i'i a.m. Sermon: "Reaching t %  i Lin. of %  lod." Mlnclut I la It i -.,\ v :•• ;i.m Visitor Service • riiion Sii ivlng for Elei n9JETH .ii in day 6 %  m .. in and •' %  13 p m Monda) \ :. ps. '• I.III. JACOB. 301-3U Washinnton : thodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Maurica Mamchaa. /< p.m. S.UUlI UHUI red In ~ '' r %  ,i m Sermon; "A Tran "a ah.* Monday v.'.n a.m Via• a.m.' s. i-mnii"The %  '''• • e-.OOESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave. %  i Traditional. Rabbi Max ,'C. Cvitor Fred Bernstein. • Festival ushered in on Bat! ai sunset. Sunday and M la} Visitor Service on Monday •i Kermon: "Our Travels n the Wars.'" I MOSHE CONGREGATION. W. Dixie Hywy. Conserwatiwe. Simon April. Cantor Hyman y B:lfi P. in. Quest spe aker. Oscar hart, attorney. Tuple: "Ethics People." featurday 8:45 a.m. 1:46 a.in Bhavuol ushered in. %  *: "Tor.ih is Life." Monday 9:45 nskor Bervlsea 10:30 a.m. RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd *vt. lodcx. Ralph Krieger, secre'FILAH. 935 Euclid Awe. OrOx. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky • TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th Cc-serw itiwe. Rabbi Max LipItz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen.5 p.m. Tonl Zlffer ami Sti, will be honored upon comili.. Synagogue's General nol program. Saturda) 8:45 Mitzvah: Brian, son of Mr. Ira Harold Bellgman; Stephen, Bhlrlo) Verdon ami Bills l p.m. I'ar Mltivah: Mlchnel, \t Mr. and Mr.-. Herman Kn-.i Weeks uahered in at si \ • in Sunda) 8 IS a m Monti r, MI Vlxkor 10:45 a m -• RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St. •rvatlve. Rabbi Harold Richter. ptor Jack Lerncr. i p.m. Sei Minn: "li\\ ami Saturda) 8 SO ,i m Si I I'..i ||on ..i the Week i lai Alan, .-..ii nf Mi. an.I Mrs .•i. Sliavuol Services sunin Be mi>n *'i*i".n l* ii niiiu at ii: I". p.m. Mol da) rlskor s. rvlces i" So a.m. "The l-'ift.i Commandment %  CANDLtUGHTING T/Afl 26 Iyor — 6:36 pjn. %  -•'• •• %  i PI. Conservative. Rabbi Oawid RosenfeJd. | l-Yiday l:M p.m. Snturday 9 a.m. Bar Mitavnh: Dennis, son ft Mr. and Mrs. ; Marshall Chern. Khavunt observed beI glnninK at U:::" p.m. Sunday B:S0 a.m. %  iii.-'ii.iini: services for KPIIRIOUS School | ehlldreii. Sermon: 'Ten Commandi m.-ins." Monday "> a.m. Bermon: ":A i Reunion With i Mr AAceators." Yizkur I Memoi ial Services 10:10 a.m. FT. LAUOERDALE EMANU EL. 1801 E. Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Lewiton. HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross. Friday ,, '''" p.m Saturday %  a.m. and i. p.m. Bhnvuot Services Sunday 9 a HI Sermon: "The Tin Cnmandments T.-ii:i> Monday 1* a.m. Sermon: "Book ni Ruth." Vlskor l" a.m. i a ISRAELITE CtNTER. 3175 SW 25th St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen HYIilnj 8:3'i p.m. Saturda) 8:4" a.m. Sermon: "IVrsonal Story of a fro phel Bhnvuot ushered In nt T p.m ."-" %  in 1 .i'. '." i.in >• %  mon .VI'-.I -I i: 'Hi Kvi ninu • p m Monda) v '•" in Si n If I %  • -> 111 Wi i. the Knd." V'lakor i" 10 a.m. — KNESETH ISRAEL. 1J1 "• Euclid Avr. Orthodox. Ribbi Dawid Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seif. MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1844 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Str.issfeld. MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION. 3737 Bud Rd. Modern Traditional. • OHEV 5HALOVI. 9.1 Normandy Or. Orthodox. Rabbi PhmMi WsJierman. SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th St. Conserwative. Rabbi Zevi Greenwald. Friday 9:80 and 8:10 p.m. Bermon: "Preparations for Binal." Baturday v a.m. SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 845 Collins Awe. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nahmias. r.'anda) *::• a.m. Shavuot Barvlcea. Sermon: "Jews and Torah." Monday II a.m. Sermon: "Marrhufe of Qod and Jewish People." Tlakor Barvicej | 10:15 a.m. TEMPLE ADATH VESHURUN. Conservative. 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Maurice Neu. Friday 8:1S p.m. Dedication of honnii.iiSaturday >:ir. a.m. liar Mltifali: Mare, son of Mr. and Mrs AJeXamlir Sharfstein. Shavuot ushered in ai 7:30 p.m. Sunda) 8:46 a.m. Sermon: "Revelation -Then and Now." Evening 7::: % %  p.m. Monday v<.". a.m. herlie.I : "Judaism A Kelik"i"ll of lleav.ll .mil Karili." TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall Dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Ba-.imgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. Friday v1 "' P-m, Sermon "The Vanishing Jew." Senior graduates "f poat.•..nfii niatii-n group will bi honored. Sunday ll a.m. Bhavuol Services L'oiiflrmatlon 8 p.m. %  i" M) ii#".\tr. iSfflBnier-ii sen i.f Mrs. Beverly Schneider. Bhavuol Services Sunday i:4r. a.m. will Include Yizkur. TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 387 NE 167th St. Conserwatiwe. Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Alexander Cohen. • TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 2'nd Awe. Conserwatiwe. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Friday 8:80 p.m. Sermon: "A Compass fur luur Wilderness." Saturday :'::ii> a.m. Bar Mlizvah: Bennett, sun of Mi. and Mrs. Jonr'ph Sapersiein. Bhmviu.t Etarvice K:M p.m. Sundnv :no a.m. Sermon: "Moses on Sinai." 8:30 p.m. Sernmn: •"The Colden ( ; M if. An Inadeiiuau; Substituie fur Moaes," Monday i:W a.m. Sermon: "The TonKUe. An Instrument for Life or uaath." Memorial aarvleea 10:80 a.m. TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1701 Washington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler. Friday 8:80 dm. Saturday :i a.m. Bar Mltivah: JerTr.-y, sun of Mr. and Mrs, Bernard i>. "Kaplan: Robert, son ol Mr. and Mrs. David Vanii —— • —TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. PVIda) 8:16 p.m. Sermon: "Doei God Reward or Punish?" TEMPLE JUOEA. 320 Palermo Ave. Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordecai Pedet. Cantor Gordon Richards. Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 10:80 a.m. Uiir Mltsvah: Hubert, sun of Mr. and Mis. Kam Tueli. Shavuot Sirvics 7:30 p.m. will Include confirmation exercises. Sunday 10:30 a.m. Yizkur Me.morlul Services. TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitr Cantor Edward Klein. Friday 1:15 p.m. Has Mitzvuh: Judy, daughter uf .\^r, and Mrs. Sid BUMm;in. Salunlay '.' a.m. Bel'UIOli: "The I'ortlon of the Law." liar Mitzvah: Ike. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jaime Ooldenberff. Bh&vuot lachedjUc:gBaturdajf 6: •"" tlv lay 8:43 a.m. Yi'/.ki .< "V. s." .......... .-.. ....u>... .*-... ^.-— %  i".:4.". p.m. Sunday ^ %  *. a.iii..<'>iiiruiati,uii Services. ICv.ininv 6: l."iq^p. *3Jj"d The Red and Green Light Of Divine Commandment By RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ Temple Menorah The lesson of Shavuot can be told in diverse ways. I choose to relate the proiound lesson of Ihe revelation at Sinai in the following simple story: Through my rear view mirror. I saw the police patrol car with Consider the following points: First, we are endowed with the basic freedom of owning and driving a car. But the traffic light limits us by directing us when we may proceed and when ue must stop. Second, by observing the traffic signals, we insure our own safety and the safety of our neighbors. Third, traffic lights are placed in our path by the authority <>i a traffic engineer whose laws do not change with the whims and the wills of individuals. Finally, TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rjiim Eugene Labowitz. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. Saturday S:4."i a.m. Confirmation Series. Bhavuol Services ai 8:80 p.m. Sunday K:l."> a.m. Seriuun: "Tornh— th. Answer to the V'anlahlng Jew." Sunday 8:48 a.m. Ylzliur Sernmn: "The Soulsof Our Beloved." • TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative. 8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. Friday ,V30 p.m. Saturday tf:4.'. a.m. I'.ii Mltsvah: llrad. son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Bromley. • TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 121C0 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale. Friday 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "lllblical CommandmentsVeraua Modern Commitments." Services conducted by Confirmation Claaa 1864. simday 10 a.m. Shuvuot services and Confirmation exercises. TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Hyman Gross. TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Awe. Conserwatiwe. Rabbi Hershel Brooks. Cantor Ben Dickson. Friday 8:18 p.m. Sermon: "Havt Our Children Accepted the Torah"" Saturday 8:45 a.m. Sermon: "Counting Something Precious." Bhavuol services stari Sunday >:l" a.m. Bermon: "Our I'airy Food." Monday 8:45 a.m Bermon: "A Memorial." Vlakor Services. TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Leo Urlich. r"rldn> v::u p.m. Has .Mitzvah Marilyn, datlghtel .l Mr. and Mrs George Ml MIS RABBI KIAYtB ABRAMOWITZ Iroific lights its overhead red light blinking. Pulling over to the curb. I brought the car to a stop as my heart quickened its palpitation. The officer, recognizing me, piously rebuked me, "Rabbi! You of all people! You know you've got to live by the law! If you don't respect the law, TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami Ave Conservative. Rabbi Henry Wernick. l-"i nla> t:Sn -i III. Sermon: "Modern I'm el .nitI llii Shahhal h"1 i I.v Mr and Mis Man II Firsl in honiM ..i ^ i ,i u.i-.ifi. Stephen Ihivld, son of I 'r .mil Mrs. w ili.mi III ii.-. I".pei. Snturdnj %  • a.m Bern "The Pol tlon ol the Week.' Shavuot uahered the red, the green and the yellow in at 7:80 p.m. Sunda > H u.m. and 7 lights are intended for all dnvft !" -,i*J^ ,> ; "" Me Sarv ers and are not subject to variant I — • internret ttions The red means YOUNG ISRACL 990 NE 171st St. ItmipreidUOns. Ilie nu mtJin Orthodox. Raobi Sherwin Stauber. stop, the green means go. and Frldaj 8:30 p.m. Saturdaj a.m the yellow means caution for all ,".; %  ;" : ,,"'^;;, T ''s.V,nV,u' ,n, ""i'.'."!iv'.'.| S,1 '.'.f people, at all times. Weeks." evening Rhavuot services „ .. .. „ 8:80 pin. Moudus 9 .i in. Vlakor 10:3Q But here the parallel ends. ., „, There is a basic difference he-1 r^^i^ — tween God and the traffic lights., God doesn't have squad cars with ; overhead red blinking lights. At least not the kind from which officers emerge to reach into their hip-pockets to write a ticket. They're the easy kind. They can. at times, be eluded. But the Divine Traffic Light in our lives has built-in regulators which harass our conscience when we defy His law and which give us inner peace when we live by it. The Ten Commandments are veritably the Divine Tratfic Lights in our lives. Available yearly er Nigh Holidays. All-around Cantor, Baal Musef, Baal Kerch A Sheiar. REV. HY ISRAEL 3361 SW 26th St. Ph. 445-2760 MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE 3737 Bird Read, Miami Ph. 446-2181 YAHIIllir and KADDISH Daily 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. Sat., Sun., 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. HEBREW TEACHER i For Conservative Congregation School in Florida. Only qualified, exJ perienced candidates should apply. Send full resume of qualifications, special skills, etc. Write H. T., Box 2973, Miami, Fla. 33101 who will!" He continued his ser% TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave Reform. Rabbi Samool Jaffe. mon as his hand his hip-pocket for reached into his book of ywB>~ %  :— %  "" %  %  ""M" .ER GRANADA 50 NW 51st '.f ED fUNDS TO TAKE OVER A BUSINESS ... SEE US. MV.WWWW I JEFFERSON /Q NATIONAL \$*'j 'BANKOF MIAMI BEACH 301-4l3t STREET (Anhi i Godtie. Roid it Pinttitt Dilut) Phone: Ueffrson 2-fi45i \YYVVVVVYYWrWvVWrY TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW 120th St. Reconstructionist. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb, l-'riiiiiy 8:15 p.m Education Sabbath Quest speaker, Jack KUIMII.UI. m. m hi i ..i I'nlvt i -i > of -Miami Depart in.iii ni' Paycholoiry. Bernard I d I.. %  il, nutfrolnx chali man ol the Tero-j pie's • %  ilin :ii i.-n ciimmlttee and metnI.,.I of ili. ... in Itti ill be honoi .•ii. Saturdaj i" ''" a.m, Bermon: %  •inn First FYull e TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Ernest Steiner. PYldaj B:1B p.m Baa Mltavah: Susan, daughter "f Mr. and Mrs William I Lewis STiavuol schedule beains at 7 SO p.m. Sunday 9 a.m. S.-rmuii: "The Ten Commandmente." I£veninii Services 7 p.m. Monday t a.m. Bermon: "We Take Leave Tutkor Memorial Service 10:48 a.m, 1 TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. Friday vr. p.m. Sermon: "American I Support uf Dlctatorahlp." Katnrda) I 10:4."i u.m. liar Mltsvah: Richard, son Aluminum & Bronze Yahrzeit Tablets & Nameplotes SYNACOGUf OUrOOOff BU11ETIN BOARDS HOTEL LOBBY ANNOUNCEMEN1 BOARDS, ETC. ENGRAVED PLASTIC & METAL SIGNS All Manufactured on Premises BASS BULLETIN BOARD & DIRECTORY CO. 1107 N. MIAMI AVENUE phon 371-5988 tickets. 1 listened to his ser mon and felt like a guilt ridden sinner. It was then that I thought of the traffic light and God. We have no physical image ol God. for we are commanded against making any graven image and calling it God. But I think it is not sacrilegious to draw a parallel between God and the traffic light. Israelite Center Plans Graduation Saturday Eve Services at Israelite Center on Saturday evening will he followed by graduation of students from the Center's Religious School. The graduates will also perform in a short play depicting the role that synagogue, Torah, rabbi. Brotherhood and Sisterhood play in the education and life of a Jew. Graduates are Stuart Bell. Kevin Ben. David DeBarge. Spenser Kermisch. Jeffrey Perl. Roberta Meister. Peter Resnick. Janet Silk. Gordon Brydger, Harold Sluchak, Karen Plotkin. OFFICES OF DISTINCTION by PAVLOW mmmmmmmm Office designs and furnishings siirsct from manufacturer Dstks, Chairs, Sofas, Crsdsnzss, Lamps, Fvsrything tor ths Office of Distinction Interior design M spaoe planning.


    ?zqe 14-A
    +Je1st> norMian
    Fridgy- May 15, 1964

    UN listening Post:
    By SAUl CARSON
    Distinctive Difference Between a Mature Man and a Boy
    United Nations
    l/ING HUS
    * seta <>t Jor-
    dan ha- come
    and gone. Is-
    rael's Prime
    Minister L e v 1
    Eshkol will be
    here in t h e
    near future
    Try as one may to be Journal-
    istically objective, the taet re-
    mains that it is difficult not to
    feel guilt) for mentioning the
    two men simultaneously The
    is that in the opinion Ol
    most non-Arab and non-Soviet
    people here, on all levels, there
    is simplj no comparison be-
    tween the two men Or, as one
    diplomat phrased it. One is ..
    man. the other a boy.
    It is not merely the differ-
    ence in age that distinguishes
    Eshkol from Hussein. It is
    the status ot the two countries
    and the statesmanship of the
    two leaders that sets them
    apart And that difference was
    pointed up sharply during Hus-
    sein's visit Here again se
    mantics don't work equally. For
    .'in- ean hardly call Hussein a
    statesman. He has a title, he
    has prerogativesand he has
    an army for which we. the peo-
    ple 't the United states, pay
    and pay But the Israeli to
    whose visit we look forward is
    a doer leading a country that
    does Hussein is a hanger-on
    whose country is In that cate-
    gory.
    Hussein had come and gone
    and had made not a ripple
    Once again, he showed himself
    a polite young man who knows
    how to blow hot and how to
    blow coldusually with the
    same breath Professing I
    an Arab leaderthat i-
    spokesman for all the Arabs,
    and not merely for his littU'
    landhe v a- pathetic For. a-
    everyone knew, he is .>- much
    l -pokesman for Arabs as such
    as, for Instance, any beggar
    could be who wears an off-white
    burnoose instead of a S300 suit
    made on Saville Row.
    True, he received the treat-
    ment due the head of a mem-
    ber state But that was pure
    protocol. There was no en-
    thusiasm displayed here by
    anyone, no real interest, no gen-
    uine spirit of caring. People
    in higher places went through
    the motionsand it was ob-
    vious they were doing Only
    what had ti be done under the
    requirements ol their job
    Thu>. there w.i- a Sign of
    contentment here when Hussein
    had gone. He had come only
    because he knew Eshkol was
    coming. There vai sincerity
    in regard to hi- visit at unb-
    one pointwhen people taH
    "good-bye." No one even men-
    tinned 'ant w iedeiM-hn'"not
    w ith a straight face
    There is no doubt whatever
    that Eshkoi's visit and Eshkort
    impression will be tar far tfif.
    ferent. As one diplomat here
    said "The king is long
    live the land that has a
    man instead." He left
    that he meant I-:.., j\n
    kol
    Panorama:
    By DAVID SCHWARTZ
    It's Fifty Years Now of Uttering Speech for the 'Jewish Da)1
    DAY UNTO DAY utteroth speech,
    says the Bible The Jewish
    Pay has beer marking its 50th
    birthday. It's been a long day
    and its sun is fai from setting The
    first Yiddish newspaper in Amer-
    ica is said to have been a earn
    paign sheet supporting Horace
    Greeley in his campaign for the
    Presidency. Greeley, the founder I
    of the New York Tribune and the man who said "Go
    west, young man." in a sense is also the father of
    the American Yiddish press i celey s ggested the
    publication ol the Yiddish paper to help win the
    support ot .ies in Ins bid for tin President
    Henry Adams said that the earliest \
    newspapers were the taverns There at the bar
    with the clink of glasses, the people met and beard
    travelers with whatever news they brought and by
    the same token, we may say that the early Jewish
    newspaper was the shul. At the synagogue, you not
    only prayed but you heard the news. Nowadays to
    run a newspaper, you have to have the telegraph,
    but in the old days they found out. if you tell any-
    / Write as I Please
    By CARL ALPERT
    Dr. Goldmann in Active Politics in Israel?
    Haifa|
    THE DECISION by Nahum Cold
    ' maim to take up permanent res
    Mencc in Israel and adopt Israels}
    citizenship is an event of very-
    great significance in the politic all
    life of the country It is apt to
    influence the composition of the
    Israel Government and some ot
    the basic policies of the land
    from this perspective, it i- more than merely the
    private act ot an individual
    During his career of public service to the Jew-
    ish people, Dr Goldmann has bee:; the wandering
    Jew typified He has held passports of six dit-
    eot countries; Israel Is hi! seventh, the Sabbath
    his days, one might -.,v Though he is presi-
    di at of the Work) Zionist Organisation, and ol the
    World Jewish Congress, he has never been a can-
    ate in a public election Re has in effect been
    leader Without a personal constituon J
    Yet tew can question the talents and skills
    ol the man. He is an astute politician, a persuasivi
    orator, an able diplomat His affiliation with the
    Liberal Part) in Israel Introduces an element
    Which may have a far-reaching effect on the li6o
    flections.
    The leading political personalities Of the State
    Ben-Gurion, Gold., Heir, Lev: Eshkol. Abba Eban
    Moshe Payanall are members of the dominant
    Mapai None Of the other parties_ have been able
    to offer the kind of colorful personality who com-
    Capitol Spotlight:
    mands public support and capturt The
    nearest has been Menahem Begin, of Herat, and
    the result shows in the tact that Hern: Is -
    to Mapai in iSectoral strength.
    Many have felt that the Liberal Party, with its
    centrist policy of moderation, opp. -
    ol right and left, could some day devel
    major political group in the country The Gi
    Zionists merged into (his party it has
    11 ol the intel nd profess
    '.Uit it has never had colorful lei
    h.v e est, inU liigent met I si
    mappealing to the- masses
    Nahum G i arm maj i this situal

    - he belongs, he may influi
    ters to
    the Liberals
    In the last election the Liberals p>
    pei ci ol 'hi vote, and while this as .
    I to make them the third ra: -
    behind m. I Herat it .-
    afford them any real opportune |
    Mapai's hegemony However, should thi
    el Herat and the Liberals at last take
    frequently proposed, the challeng< ; Mapai could
    me very real
    01 course such an amalgamated party requires
    single, strong leader-hip Would it be Nahum
    mann or Menahem Begin* Would either t>
    pared to take second place on the list* Tl
    where Go much vaunted dip
    will receive its first test
    By JESSIE HALPERN
    Less Grandiose, but it Was No Less Impc riant
    I r
    IT DID NOT have the physical gradi
    o>.:> tarat on Washington of
    I 1*E. rer did H hive such a
    ~amatically emotional air about it But
    National Interrehgious Coat -cation
    - civil Right; of April 28. 14 is likely
    be recorded in the history of human
    Sorts as the most significantly
    9 oral response to human dignity ever
    r edged by the major religious groups of this country
    In a umowe action. 1.000 Jewish leaders, rabbis and
    en. joined nearly 5.060 of their Cathode and Pro-
    Urt counterparts in Washington to launch a renewed
    endeavor to aid American Negroes in their long, drawn-
    out quest for equal rights and opportunities
    Religious historians have termed this effort "unpre-
    cedented and "unparalleled .And the leaders of the
    illy -r- I that this
    ProhibJti. .. in the I -
    had roused itseU to political a,-
    In their toreeful dignity. I "urcn
    leaders pointed out that the CM -v a ^
    pinning of a concerted drive" bj rei._ ,or
    passage of the hi | increasing ell
    the Negro revolution after the legislation i< passed "
    The practical guides for the American Jewish I
    munity ir. this trenchant effort have been sel The
    agogue Council's social action chairman. Rabbi Irwin
    Biank. announced, that at every Sabbath service special
    prayers, sermons and discussions will stress this issue
    m synagogues throughout tne countryuntil the
    s bili is pissed by Congres-
    Simultaneouslv Jew, across the nation have been
    tod to join in an intensified mad campaign to their
    Senators urging the passage of the bill
    ts around The fact is. in a sensa cverj
    per Meet anyone and thi
    .. is "what's i i Si
    rculatibn than ethers, some ;
    features, but all of us, whether we like it or not, arc
    newspapers It might be said that man differean-
    ..< h K -von', other creatures in the '.jet that
    each one ol us is a newspaper. The other creatures
    on meeting do not ask "what's new '
    The Hearst journalist. Arthur Brisbane once
    said to Prof. Solomon Schechter that the greatest
    new> -t, rj of all time was when the newsboys vrett
    yelling. "Extra Extra There is only mm God
    Extra
    While this may have been the great.-: ne*l
    storj I have an idea that the story which would
    have beer, given the greatest play in the papers
    was not that, but rather of Moses coming down from
    the mountain and smashing the Ten Commandmentl
    when he found the Israelites worshiping thi (.olden
    Calf It is the stories dealing with the b: -.; d
    one cr another of the Ten Commandments men in
    ets the most play in the new-:
    The Bible is full of great newspaper -tones
    The Passover Sa^a i- a wonderful newspaper storj
    : said that more books in America h.:
    Lincoln than about any ot!
    but ted a people without ^
    Between You and Me: By BORIS SM01A1
    Battle Over Religion
    \
    JEWISH LEADERS are wall
    ..tm"-t interest the dei
    he House Judiciary Com
    i battlefroot b<
    of m
    t:
    en turned into -------
    lenient.- requesting the re-. of Pn!
    r and Bible-reading I Pubk
    rhools The House leader the rtt
    M nools fight i- Rep I""1"
    .tecker. New York Bepubhcao *
    troduced a proposal foi
    - c ? constitution which would in effect rullify*
    of the I' j Supreme Court banning prayers ud
    in Classrooms. Backing h.- proposd
    amendment ire I substantial number of men
    House, bvth Republicans and Democrats
    states
    There i> little fear among Jewish organizat^r. ^
    all Jewish group- support the Supreme Court deeWJ
    the public schoolsthat
    adopt this year any Constitutional amendment is requit-
    ed by those who want to turn the clock 12J3
    eheld on school prayer Is B "WJJJI
    fined to the House, the Senate front IS t **j
    an amendment to the Constitution m -' be
    for ratification to the state*a matter which tak
    time
    H -.ever Jewish organizations are
    ed ovr the emotional discussions which n
    over thi> very sensitive issue Pro! -- "al '
    Semite- are already taking advantage of tl
    be '-'
    there
    a marked contrast between the
    posit"*
    ----- ..- m , in supporting the Supreme Court edicts an i *""
    of the tens of thousands of letter writer-
    Jew tab. concern now is. therefore, not with the
    tion of a religion in-the-schools Constitution-: smcoaW^
    at this time, but is rather focused on the ..:''n*~]i <
    byproducts that agitation for such an smewfana*
    capable of producing. Although the heavy prepoM*1,
    ance of letters and petitions reaching the mem?^e|j
    Congress and demanding the return of prayer-Bible ^
    to classrooms comes from women, it is noted thai f*
    popular supP*J
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    ?zqe 14-A +Je1st> norMian Fridg yMay 15, 1 964 • UN listening Post: By SAUl CARSON Distinctive Difference Between a Mature Man and a Boy United Nations l/ING HUS %  seta <>t Jordan hacome and gone. Israel's Prime Minister L e v 1 Eshkol will be here in t h e near future Try as one may to be Journalistically objective, the taet remains that it is difficult not to feel guilt) for mentioning the two men simultaneously The is that in the opinion Ol most non-Arab and non-Soviet people here, on all levels, there is simplj no comparison between the two men Or, as one diplomat phrased it. One is .. man. the other a boy. It is not merely the difference in age that distinguishes Eshkol from Hussein. It is the status ot the two countries and the statesmanship of the two leaders that sets them apart And that difference was pointed up sharply during Hussein's visit Here again se mantics don't work equally. For .'inean hardly call Hussein a statesman. He has a title, he has prerogatives—and he has an army for which we. the people 't the United states, pay and pay But the Israeli to whose visit we look forward is a doer leading a country that does Hussein is a hanger-on whose country is In that category. Hussein had come and gone —and had made not a ripple Once again, he showed himself a polite young man who knows how to blow hot and how to blow cold—usually with the same breath Professing I an Arab leader—that ispokesman for all the Arabs, and not merely for his littU' land—he v apathetic For. aeveryone knew, he is .>much l -pokesman for Arabs as such as, for Instance, any beggar could be who wears an off-white burnoose instead of a S300 suit made on Saville Row. True, he received the treatment due the head of a member state But that was pure protocol. There was no enthusiasm displayed here by anyone, no real interest, no genuine spirit of caring. People in higher places went through the motions—and it was obvious they were doing Only what had ti be done under the requirements ol their job Thu>. there w.ia Sign of contentment here when Hussein had gone. He had come only because he knew Eshkol was coming. There vai sincerity in regard to hivisit at unbone point—when people taH "good-bye." No one even mentinned %  ant w iedeiM-hn'"—not w ith a straight face There is no doubt whatever that Eshkoi's visit and Eshkort impression will be tar far tfif. ferent. As one diplomat here said "The king is long live the land that has a man instead." He left that he meant I-:.., j\ n kol Panorama: BY DAVID SCHWARTZ It's Fifty Years Now of Uttering Speech for the 'Jewish Da) 1 D AY UNTO DAY utteroth speech, says the Bible The Jewish Pay has beer marking its 50th birthday. It's been a long day and its sun is fai from setting The first Yiddish newspaper in America is said to have been a earn paign sheet supporting Horace Greeley in his campaign for the Presidency. Greeley, the founder I of the New York Tribune and the man who said "Go west, young man." in a sense is also the father of the American Yiddish press i celey s ggested the publication ol the Yiddish paper to help win the support ot .ies in Ins bid for tin President Henry Adams said that the earliest \ newspapers were the taverns There at the bar with the clink of glasses, the people met and beard travelers with whatever news they brought and by the same token, we may say that the early Jewish newspaper was the shul. At the synagogue, you not only prayed but you heard the news. Nowadays to run a newspaper, you have to have the telegraph, but in the old days they found out. if you tell any/ Write as I Please By CARL ALPERT Dr. Goldmann in Active Politics in Israel? Haifa| THE DECISION by Nahum Cold maim to take up permanent res Mencc in Israel and adopt Israels} citizenship is an event of verygreat significance in the politic all life of the country It is apt to influence the composition of the Israel Government and some ot the basic policies of the land from this perspective, it imore than merely the private act ot an individual During his career of public service to the Jewish people, Dr Goldmann has bee:; the wandering Jew typified He has held passports of six diteot countries; Israel Is hi! seventh, the Sabbath his days, one might -.,v Though he is presidi at of the Work) Zionist Organisation, and ol the World Jewish Congress, he has never been a canate in a public election Re has in effect been %  leader Without a personal constituon J Yet tew can question the talents and skills ol the man. He is an astute politician, a persuasivi orator, an able diplomat His affiliation with the Liberal Part) in Israel Intr od uces an element Which may have a far-reaching effect on the li6o flections. The leading political personalities Of the State— Ben-Gurion, Gold., Heir, Lev: Eshkol. Abba Eban Moshe Payan—all are members of the dominant Mapai None Of the other parties_ have been able to offer the kind of colorful personality who comCapitol Spotlight: mands public support and capturt The nearest has been Menahem Begin, of Herat, and the result shows in the tact that Hern: Is to Mapai in iSectoral strength. Many have felt that the Liberal Party, with its centrist policy of moderation, opp. ol right and left, could some day devel major political group in the country The Gi Zionists merged into (his party it has 11 ol the intel nd profess '.Uit it has never had colorful lei h.v e %  est, inU liigent met I si mappealing to themasses Nahum G i arm maj i this situal %  he belongs, he may influi ters to the Liberals In the last election the Liberals p> • pei ci %  ol 'hi vote, and while this as I to make them the third ra: behind M. I Herat it .afford them any real opportune | Mapai's hegemony However, should thi el Herat and the Liberals at last take frequently proposed, the challeng< ; Mapai could me very real 01 course such an amalgamated party requires single, strong leader-hip Would it be Nahum mann or Menahem Begin* Would either t> pared to take second place on the list* Tl where Go much vaunted dip will receive its first test By JESSIE HALPERN Less Grandiose, but it Was No Less Impc riant I r IT DID NOT have the physical gradi %  o>.:> tarat on Washington of I 1*E. rer did H hive such a ~amatically emotional air about it But National Interrehgious Coat -cation civil Right; of April 28. 14 is likely be reco r ded in the history of human Sorts as the most significantly 9 oral response to human dignity ever r edged by the major religious groups of this country In a umowe action. 1.000 Jewish leaders, rabbis and en. joined nearly 5.060 of their Cathode and ProUrt counterparts in Washington to launch a renewed endeavor to aid American Negroes in their long, drawnout quest for equal rights and opportunities Religious historians have termed this effort "unprecedented and "unparalleled .And the leaders of the illy -rI that this ProhibJti. • • .. • in the I had roused itseU to political a,In their toreeful dignity. I "urcn leaders pointed out that the CM v a ^ pinning of a concerted drive" bj rei._ or passage of the hi | increasing ell the Negro revolution after the legislation i< passed The practical guides for the American Jewish I munity ir. this trenchant effort have been sel The agogue Council's social action chairman. Rabbi Irwin Biank. announced, that at every Sabbath service special prayers, sermons and discussions will stress this issue m synagogues throughout tne country—until the •s bili is pissed by CongresSimultaneouslv Jew, across the nation have been tod to join in an intensified mad campaign to their Senators urging the passage of the bill ts around The fact is. in a sensa cverj per Meet anyone and thi .. is "what's i i %  Si rculatibn than ethers, some ; features, but all of us, whether we like it or not, arc newspapers It might be said that man differean..< h %  K -von', other creatures in the '.jet that each one ol us is a newspaper. The other creatures on meeting do not ask "what's new The Hearst journalist. Arthur Brisbane once said to Prof. Solomon Schechter that the greatest new> -t, rj of all time was when the newsboys vrett yelling. "Extra Extra There is only MM God Extra While this may have been the great.-: ne*l storj I have an idea that the story which would have beer, given the greatest play in the papers was not that, but rather of Moses coming down from the mountain and smashing the Ten Commandmentl when he found the Israelites worshiping thi (.olden Calf It is the stories dealing with the b: %  -.; d one cr another of the Ten Commandments men in ets the most play in the new-: The Bible is full of great newspaper -tones The Passover Sa^a Ia wonderful newspaper storj : said that more books in America h.: • Lincoln than about any ot! but ted a people without ^ Between You and Me: By BORIS SM01A1 Battle Over Religion \ JEWISH LEADERS are wall ..tm"-t interest the dei he House Judiciary Com i battlefroot b< of m t: • • en turned into %  lenient.requesting the re of P n r and Bible-reading I P ubk rhools The House leader the rtt M nools fight iRep I"" 1 .tecker. New York Bepubhcao *•• — %  troduced a proposal foi c ? constitution which would in effect rullify* of the I' j Supreme Court banning prayers ud in Classrooms. Backing h.proposd amendment ire I substantial number of men House, bvth Republicans and Democrats states There i> little fear among Jewish organizat^r.— ^ all Jewish groupsupport the Supreme Court deeWJ the public schools—that adopt this year any Constitutional amendment is requited by those who want to turn the clock 12J3 • eheld on school prayer Is B "WJJJI fined to the House, the Senate front IS t **j an amendment to the Constitution m -' be for ratification to the state*—a matter which tak time H -.ever Jewish organizations are ed ovr the emotional discussions which n over thi> very sensitive issue Pro! -" al Semiteare already taking advantage of tl be '-'• there a marked contrast between the posit"* ----..M ,

    Way. May 15. 1964
    t'Jenislh Meridian
    Page 15-.-.
    Expert Tells Miamians That Arab League
    Spreads Anti-Semitism in Latin Nations
    -a
    :k Lubin (left), receives the gavel of office as president of
    Brotherhood of Temple Or Olom from Rabbi Samuel April,
    jiritual leader, at a tri-installation which also saw the instal-
    tion of Temple and Sisterhood officers.
    thma Research Meeting
    iami Beach Chapter of the
    ldren's Asthma Research In-
    ute and Hospital held a
    ting on Tuesday, 8 p.m.. in the
    tell Plaza Hotel. 255 W. 24th
    Flamingo Dr. Chairman is
    s Phillip Lentz. Co-chairman
    rs. Max Cold.
    IM
    leborah Officers
    istalled Here
    In Miami Beach
    freater MlanJi Chapter of De-
    fah held its installation lunch-
    at the Barcelona Hotel on
    fesday at 11:30 a.m.
    layor Chuck Hall installed
    |rris Weinberger for a third
    m as president.
    rUher officers are vice presi-
    ts, Mesdames Julius Grottian,
    jorge RappapOrt, Aaron Rosen-
    il and Abe Schwartz; financial
    Iretaries, Emanucl Blum and
    s. Helen Gross; recording sec-
    aries. Nathan Bachman and
    tianiel Rubcl; social secretary,
    Harry Adler; treasurers,
    Jacobs and Carl Cotler.
    following the induction, Mrs.
    inberger made the presenta-
    Bs and awards.
    Dade Federal
    World's Fair
    Info Center Here
    Dade Federal Savings and Loan i
    Association of Miami is sponsor-1
    infl a World's Fair Information
    Center open to the public through
    Maj 2d ;it its Allapattah Branch,
    1400 NW 36th St.
    The center. \\hk\ features free
    information on travel, housing and
    sights at the World's Fair, is open
    daily from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.,
    and until 8 p.m.. on Fridays
    The branch office information
    center also includes a contin-
    uous showing of World's Fair
    movies on Friday nights from
    5 to 8 p.m., narrated by Lowell
    Thomas; color slides of pavi-
    lions; animated displays; a 12-ft.
    replica of the Florida pavilion;
    and World's Fair baloona for the
    children.
    "As a community-interest pro-
    ject, it is designed to provide ad-
    vance information on the Fair for
    those local residents who plan to
    visit the international attraction,"
    said Joseph M. Lipton, Dade Fed-
    eral president. "By securing this
    information in advance, prospec-
    tive visitors will have more ac-
    tual time to spend at the Fair."
    By ISABELLE GROVE
    Staff Writer
    "The Arab League has launch-
    ed a massive anti-semitic cam-
    paign of hatred in Latin America
    conducted with huge funds and a
    generous supply of all kinds of
    mass media resources," a noted
    expert on Latin American affairs
    teld the Greater Miami Chapter
    of the American Jewish Commit-
    tee on Monday evening at the Du-
    point Plaza Hotel.
    Speaking to the Executive Board
    and members of the Committee's
    Greater Miami Chapter, Dr. Abra-
    ham Monk, director of the Amer-
    ican Jewish Committee's Latin
    American Office in Buenos Aires,
    pointed out that the Arab effort
    sought to inflame the Arab com-
    munity in all nations there against
    Jews and also to spread anti-Jew-
    ish material to every major level
    of Latin American society.
    This was the first regular
    meeting of the newly-elected
    Executive Board headed by
    chapter president, Mrs. Charles
    Finkelstein. Mrs. Finkelstein
    gave a brief resume of the 57th
    national annual meeting of the
    American Jewish Committee re-
    cently held in New York City
    America had traditionally li'
    amicably with their Jewish nei.
    bora but that the new campa .
    introduced a divisive clem
    there. He added that the A:
    and then introduced Irving Seg- hate campaign included the in'
    al chairman of the local chap- duction of a new publicati
    ter's Latin Affairs Committee. "Nacion Arabe." in Argent,- =
    that is widely distributed and 1
    Dr. Monk pointed out that the, u|arly features anti-Semitic
    large Arab communities in Latin anti-Israel slurs.
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    Way. May 15. 1964 t'Jenislh Meridian Page 15-.-. Expert Tells Miamians That Arab League Spreads Anti-Semitism in Latin Nations -a :k Lubin (left), receives the gavel of office as president of Brotherhood of Temple Or Olom from Rabbi Samuel April, jiritual leader, at a tri-installation which also saw the instaltion of Temple and Sisterhood officers. thma Research Meeting iami Beach Chapter of the ldren's Asthma Research Inute and Hospital held a ting on Tuesday, 8 p.m.. in the tell Plaza Hotel. 255 W. 24th Flamingo Dr. Chairman is s Phillip Lentz. Co-chairman rs. Max Cold. IM leborah Officers istalled Here In Miami Beach freater MlanJi Chapter of Defah held its installation lunchat the Barcelona Hotel on fesday at 11:30 a.m. layor Chuck Hall installed |rris Weinberger for a third m as president. r Uher officers are vice presits, Mesdames Julius Grottian, jorge RappapOrt, Aaron Rosenil and Abe Schwartz; financial Iretaries, Emanucl Blum and s. Helen Gross; recording secaries. Nathan Bachman and tianiel Rubcl; social secretary, Harry Adler; treasurers, Jacobs and Carl Cotler. following the induction, Mrs. inberger made the presentaBs and awards. Dade Federal World's Fair Info Center Here Dade Federal Savings and Loan i Association of Miami is sponsor-1 infl a World's Fair Information Center open to the public through Maj 2d ;it its Allapattah Branch, 1400 NW 36th St. The center. \\hk\ features free information on travel, housing and sights at the World's Fair, is open daily from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and until 8 p.m.. on Fridays The branch office information center also includes a continuous showing of World's Fair movies on Friday nights from 5 to 8 p.m., narrated by Lowell Thomas; color slides of pavilions; animated displays; a 12-ft. replica of the Florida pavilion; and World's Fair baloona for the children. "As a community-interest project, it is designed to provide advance information on the Fair for those local residents who plan to visit the international attraction," said Joseph M. Lipton, Dade Federal president. "By securing this information in advance, prospective visitors will have more actual time to spend at the Fair." By ISABELLE GROVE Staff Writer "The Arab League has launched a massive anti-semitic campaign of hatred in Latin America conducted with huge funds and a generous supply of all kinds of mass media resources," a noted expert on Latin American affairs teld the Greater Miami Chapter of the American Jewish Committee on Monday evening at the Dupoint Plaza Hotel. Speaking to the Executive Board and members of the Committee's Greater Miami Chapter, Dr. Abraham Monk, director of the American Jewish Committee's Latin American Office in Buenos Aires, pointed out that the Arab effort sought to inflame the Arab community in all nations there against Jews and also to spread anti-Jewish material to every major level of Latin American society. This was the first regular meeting of the newly-elected Executive Board headed by chapter president, Mrs. Charles Finkelstein. Mrs. Finkelstein gave a brief resume of the 57th national annual meeting of the American Jewish Committee recently held in New York City America had traditionally li' amicably with their Jewish nei. bora but that the new campa introduced a divisive clem there. He added that the A: and then introduced Irving Seghate campaign included the in' al chairman of the local chapduction of a new publicati ter's Latin Affairs Committee. 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    Hebrew Academy Reelects Merwitzer
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    Louis Merwitzer was unanimous- 1964-63 school year at a me.!in-
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    of the Hebrew Academy for the Merwitzer served as chairman
    of the Academy*! million dollar
    campaign for the new school
    building.
    Oscar Mamber, vice president
    and chairman of the Nominations
    Committee, presented the slate ol
    officer! and directors on behalf of
    the committee.
    Leonard Rosen will act I! chair
    i-.in of the Board of Directors
    and Maurice Rcvits. chairman oi
    the Executive Committee for the
    forthcoming, year.
    Officers elected to serve were
    Dr David S. Andron, Harm Genet.
    U 1 Binder, honor a rj life presi-
    dents; Morris Bienenfeld. Charles
    Fruchtman. Archie Greenbcrg.
    Jacob Kaufman, Marcie Liber-
    man. Raymond Rubin, and Wolfic
    Cohen, honorarj vice presidents
    Samuel Reinhard, ttrsl vice
    pre!ident: Charles Charcowsky.
    Joseph Coh?n. Irving Firtel. Alex-
    ander Moskovits. oscur Mamber,
    .i. Cob Cohen, Jacob Rifkin, and
    Louis Rudnick, vice presidents;
    Jerome Bienenfeld, treasurer;
    Dr. Matthev. Zuckcrman. assistai t
    treasurer: Zvi Berger. financial
    secretary; Benjamin AppcL audi-
    l0r Hyman Galbut. general sec-
    i.tary; .1 Jerry Schechter, cor-
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    Pnqe 1S-A U^Utn^rH^i^ri Hebrew Academy Reelects Merwitzer To Serve Mew Term as President Louis Merwitzer was unanimous1964-63 school year at a me.!inly reelected to serve as president i ne |d Sunday morning, of the Hebrew Academy for the Merwitzer served as chairman of the Academy*! million dollar campaign for the new school building. Oscar Mamber, vice president and chairman of the Nominations Committee, presented the slate ol officer! and directors on behalf of the committee. Leonard Rosen will act I! chair i-.in of the Board of Directors and Maurice Rcvits. chairman oi the Executive Committee for the forthcoming, year. Officers elected to serve were Dr David S. Andron, Harm Genet. U 1 Binder, honor a rj life presidents; Morris Bienenfeld. Charles Fruchtman. Archie Greenbcrg. Jacob Kaufman, Marcie Liberman. Raymond Rubin, and Wolfic Cohen, honorarj vice presidents Samuel Reinhard, ttrsl vice pre!ident: Charles Charcowsky. Joseph Coh?n. Irving Firtel. Alexander Moskovits. oscur Mamber, .i. C ob Cohen, Jacob Rifkin, and Louis Rudnick, vice presidents; Jerome Bienenfeld, treasurer; Dr. Matthev. Zuckcrman. assistai t treasurer: Zvi Berger. financial secretary; Benjamin AppcL audil 0r Hyman Galbut. general seci.tary; .1 Jerry Schechter, corresponding secretary. Mi,-, ,1,11. .I.il I" Vinnofr, ll.-Ko.m Ftaw w v is rk<> li si,, para v iinlm, J !" %  ky..l It %  %  II It., T i. po> -.i \ .' \l..h. II. niiRii Adolf tltank. Ilruad, 10 i '.inl.ii M.i v .a. Morris Kl-ellI i.u I 1 Mill. H :"> I la. tin. HI. Mai ini i ln< l, .,-.. irn. N. ill ii (llnnburf, i nfi M< i -' i.d.lfarh • %  ,. M in .. ii..i.iMin, ii,,iih-i <;-i iW %  •'• • ni. it-. y ,\ isiiimann llair) M L. Hai rln, i' 1 n %  JtI .i Hi.n l I i. n Kran'a, i .I II lie, I \l. v M ||!i kl.i i %  It \ •• I p I i K .ini Rabbi rt

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    T "{Jewish Floridian
    Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
    i'.ume 37 Number 19
    Miami, Florida, Friday. May 8. 1964
    Two {Sections Price 2b'
    Germans Report Nasser Plan for Nuclear War on Israel
    LONDON (JTA) Egypt's President Gainal
    Abdcl Nasser is preparing, with the help of 500 Ger-
    man scientists and electronics expertst a "deadly"
    set of plans to use atomic warfare against Israel and.
    unless the Soviet Union and the United States give
    point guarantees against aggression to Egypt and Is-
    ! rael, the "new kind of arms race in the Middle East
    [will menace the people of the entire world," the
    [Guardian of Manchester warned Monday.
    The newspaper revealed Nasser's entire atomic
    [program in a special article trom Frankfurt, Germany,
    reporting that "thanks to the help of German scien-
    tists, there are indications that Nasser has already
    achieved a breakthrough" toward making Egypt a
    "minor nuclear power." The information, said the
    newspaper, came from persons who have been connect-
    ed with the work in Egypt. 'They have convinced
    me of the authenticity of their information," the
    Irankiurt correspondent stressed.
    Knowledge of Nassers nuclear program has
    been top secret, restricted to a handful of. German
    scientists and Nasser's personal advisers, the cor-
    respondent declared, but Israel has now been in-
    formed of the details of the Nasser program, while
    the Governments of Britain, France and the United
    States "are aware at least of the general outlines
    of the program."
    Nasser's nuclear program aimed at Israel consist.-
    ol three main leatures, all designed to annihilate Is-
    rael, the reported stated. The leature is "Operation
    Cleopatra," which involves production of nuclear
    Lombs of the type used by the United States in its
    atomic attack on Hiroshima in 1945. While the Hiro
    shim a bomb is now considered "out of date" by big
    Continued on Page 7-A
    .>,..-....
    Cardinal Spellman Denounces Attack
    Against Jews for Crucifixion Libel
    RABBI OKI HIILLLR
    tolerating the intolerable
    leaders Rally !
    >r Rights j
    Washington
    WASHINGTON (JTA' A
    JFi~h religious leader urged this
    tk al an unprecedented inter-
    tious convocation here thai
    tncans should look on the leg-
    |tive effort for civil rights as
    Election of "our moral devel-
    nent."
    lore than 5.000 Protestant.
    Iholic and Jewish leaders at-
    Kled the meeting at Georgetown
    tversity. to dramatise their
    Ite.l backing for the House-
    ls( (I civil rights bill now bog-
    down in a Senate filibuster.
    i included more than 1.000
    u-.li leaders.
    1 Rabbi Uri Miller, president of
    k* Synagogue Council of Amer-
    Ca, insisted that the American
    tople "cannot tolerate intoler-
    ce either morally or practical-
    ard that the stalled legisla-
    >n had to be approved as
    >asic to the moral principles
    Continued on Page 3-A
    NEW YORK UTA) Francis
    Cardinal Spellman declared here
    this week that he was "frankly ap-
    palled" by the fact that Jews,
    have suffered outbreaks of perse-
    cution as "punishment for their
    part in the Crucifixion" and said
    this is not Christianity."
    The Cardinal spoke at the 57th
    annual dinner of the American
    Ommittee, in his first address to
    ii Jewish group in 17 years. He
    said blaming Jews in the Crucifix-
    ion was "one of those distorted
    and terribly harmful notions which
    somehow gain currency and like
    cancer spread among certain peo-
    ple who wish to justify their big-
    He asserted that Christ died
    "for all of us in expiation for
    the sins of all mankind. It is
    simply absurd to maintain there
    is some kind of continuing guilt
    which is transferred to any
    group of people and which rests
    upon them as a curse for which
    they must suffer. His dying for
    us must never be thought of as
    a curse upon anyone but rather
    as a blessing upon all."
    Asserting that "anti-Semitism
    can never find a basis in the Cath
    olic religion." he said "far from
    emphasizing the differences which
    divide Jews from Christians, our
    i;ul'i stresses our common origin?
    and the ties which bind us to
    gcther."
    President Johnson, in a message
    cited "the growing spirit of Chris-
    tian-Jewish understanding which
    iias been a most important part
    of the American Jewish Commit-
    tee's work as aptly exemplified by
    Cardinal Spellman's participation."
    lie also congratulated Secretary of
    .Slate Dean Husk as recipient ol
    the Committee's American Liber-
    ties Medallion at the dinner
    Jacob Blaustein, Baltimore In-
    dustrialist honorary president of
    Continued or Page 10 A
    Eshkol Invites Lavon Back
    To Mapai Party Leadership
    TEL AVIV (JTA) Premier
    I.cvi Eshkol sought last weekend
    to consign to the past the cele-
    brated controversy over Pinhas
    LavOD by inviting the former De-
    lense Minister and former Hista-
    drut secretary-general back into
    the councils of the Mapai Party.
    However, Mr. Lavon was not en-
    tirely satisfied with Mr. Eshkol's
    gesture.
    Eormer Prime Minister David
    l'.en Gunon. who ousted Lavon
    from leadership, declined to com-
    ment on Eshkol's action. It was
    indicated that Ben-Gurion nad
    written to Mapai officials stating
    tiiat Eshkol was not competent to
    repeal the decision which led to
    Lavon's disappearing in 1961 from
    Mapai leadership, and that only
    party bodies could do it. Eshkol's
    invitation to Lavon was made al-
    ter consultation with various party
    leaders but without approval from
    any Mapai body.
    Premier Eshkol's invitation
    was contained in a letter to
    Continued on Page 16-A
    IS Urged to Assure Israel Defense
    iASHINGTON (JTA) A bi-
    rtisan call to the Administra-
    te) consider the possibility of
    Hiring Israel of arms to defend
    rself against Arab aggression
    l- voiced here at the closing
    nion of the American Israel
    Iblic Affairs Committee's two-
    conference on Monday.
    The conference adopted a state-
    bnt of policy which appealed to
    President Johnson "for a review
    of American policy in the Near
    Eastto meet the growing danger
    which not only threatens a war
    of extermination against Israel,
    but also weakens the United States
    and undermines the security and
    peace of the free world."
    Congressman Thomas Mor-
    gan, chairman of the House For-
    eign Affairs Committee, reviewed
    the role Congress has played in
    supporting the establishment and
    economic development of Israel,
    noting that very often Congres-
    sional thinking was ahead of
    that of the professional diplo-
    mats. Rep. Morgan rejected the
    theory professed by many Gov-
    Continued on Page 3-A
    RAN
    RUSK
    CARDINAL
    SPELLMAN
    MORRIS
    ABRAM
    NtrVTON
    MiMOW
    IN SOVIET UNION TODAY
    Number of Jewish Students Seen
    Lower Than Under the Czars
    NEW YORK (JTA) A high-
    er percentage of Jewish students
    was permitted to attend univer-
    sities in Czarist Russia than is
    enrolled in the USSR today, the
    American Jewish Congress charg-
    ed this week in re-leasing a study
    ol Jewish participation in Soviet
    higher education.
    The study was prepared by
    Prof. Nicholas DeWitt, ol Indiana
    University, one of the country's
    leading specialists in Soviet af-
    fairs. Prof. DeWitt said that of-
    ficial government statistics show-
    ed the USSR employed a quota
    svstem "as a direct discriminatory
    device against the admission of
    Jews to institutions of higher
    learning in the USSR." Approxi-
    mately 3.22 per cent of the stu-
    dent population in Soviet univer-
    sities is Jewish, according to the
    study.
    Will Maslow, executive direc-
    tor of the American Jewish Con-
    gress, compared the 3.22 per
    cent figure with the official
    quotas imposed on Jews in 1887
    by the Cxarist Minister of Edu-
    cation. According to the "His-
    tory of the Jews in Rusisa and
    Poland" by the Jewish historian
    Simon Dubnow, published in
    1918, the Jewish university quota
    was 10 per cent of the Christian
    university population with the
    Pale of Settlement, five per cent
    outside the Pale and three per
    Continued on Page 2-A
    NEW LUXURY LINER
    Shalom Gets
    Big Cheer
    In New York
    NEW YORK (JTA) New
    York City gave its traditional gala
    harbor welcome this week to Is-
    rael's new luxury liner, the 25,000-
    ton SS Shalom. The S20.ooo.ooo
    (iagship of the Zim-lsrael Navi-
    gation Company completed its 11-
    day maiden voyage trom Haifa
    amid the din and splendor of the
    first harbor welcome given a maj-
    or passenger ship here in more
    than two years.
    Passing liners and tugs saluted
    the flag-bedecked Shalom, as
    planes and helicopters circled
    overhead.and New York City fire-
    boats, spouting geysers of water,
    accompanied the vessel into port.
    On hand to welcome the new
    liner were a large party of civic
    personalities and Israeli officials
    who boarded the ship from pilot
    boats. They included Ambassa-
    dor Katriel Kati, Consul Gen-
    Continued from Page 2 A


    Page 2-A
    +Jelst fhrkfian
    Fridcv,
    May 8, i
    Number of Jewish Students Lower Than Under cZw
    New luxury Zim Liner Shalom sails from her birthplace at
    St. Nazaire. France.
    Zim Liner Shalom Given
    Gala New York Welcome
    Continued from Page 1-A
    Ml of Israel; Leo Brown, New
    York City Commissioner of Ma-
    rine and Aviation; and Gottlieb
    Hammer, president of the Amer-
    ican Israeli Snipping Company.
    In ar. official greeting on behalt
    of the Mayor and the City of New
    Genocide Rally
    Held Sunday
    Commander Bmaauei afandel,
    of the Je\w>h War Veterans, De-
    partment of Florida, chaired the
    ! ass rally to ratify the Geneva
    Genocide Convention on Sunday.
    The rally was Vlil in Ihe Bay-
    Front Bandshell at Bi^iayne Blvd.
    Master of Ceremonies was Lar
    ry King, of Ch 10. Featured
    speakers were Rep. Claude Pep-
    per. Mayor Robert King Hiyh.
    Brailey (Wham and A. M. Marcus
    Event was under the auspices
    cf the Committee for Ratification
    of the Genocide Convention.
    Don't Forget the Sim Million .
    He'p the WiMioni that Are Left
    Give to ihe CJA
    and invest >r\
    ISRAEL BONOS
    Mevshie Prieetbera
    York. Brown said that "we are
    looking upon this ship not so much
    as a vessel but as a bridge between
    the I'nited States and Israel tor
    the passage of all amenities that
    create a world of peace which is
    what 'Shalom' symbolizes"
    Capt Avner Freudenberg,
    year-old master of the liner, re-
    plied that the ship represented
    no! merely one of the finest
    transatlantic liners ever built, but
    epitomizes the .-pint of peace
    which w*. in the Israel merchanl
    fleet regard as our prime moti-
    vation^ We carry this age to
    the people of the worldShalom.'"
    The ship will remain at anchor in
    New York until May 8 when it will
    .eave on the return trip to Haifa.
    Continued from Page 1-A
    cert in St. Petersburg and Mos-
    cow.
    Pro) DeWiti. a fo.ner men
    0I the Russian Research Center
    I Harvard University, said that
    the Soviet quota system in higher
    , ,cation, giving preference to
    Uther nation..;:: vei Jews in
    universit] a 's "mal'
    or policy directive and as "de
    1:1 enrtel) used in the I'SSR as a
    mean- oi discrimination against
    Jtws." Highlights oi his studj in
    eluded the following findings
    1 Wh fa] and evening student > m Sov-
    iet universities increased by 848
    per cent between 1935 and 196c.
    the number ol Jewish students de
    creased by 39 per cent; 2 The
    proportion ol Jews who had com-
    pleted higher education among all
    professionals declined from ap-
    proximately 18-19 per cent m 1931
    to 8.2 per cent in 1960.
    3. The 8.2 per cent of univer-
    sity graduates who are Jews con-
    tracts sharply with the present
    Jewish universit) enrollment of
    3.2 per cent. "It is obvious that
    the proportion of Jewish students
    currently enrolled ih higher i
    cation i< substantially smaller
    than the proportion of Jews who
    enjoyed higher education in the
    pa and 4 The | roportion "t Jews
    listed fists
    Soviet statistics has in a

    past 20 years, decrei Fi m 21.2
    per cent in 1933 I cent
    in 1961.
    By the Sea, By the Sea
    On the beautiful Ocean, see...the
    completely renovated diL co Hotel
    Cabana Club that awaits yc this sum-
    mer. A new scientific filtering system
    in both Olympic pools, ne* -ats and
    chaises, a wiener roast each weekend
    a cocktail party each month. Game
    facilities galore for all the family,
    Cabanas for four parsons fnrj $380
    to $400 May 1st to November 1st. Fer
    rental information, call Kail Boyeff
    **\r Cabana Manager at JEtferson 80611
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    .ill have a Mother's Day celebra-
    tion on Sunday. 2 p.m.. at the Beth
    Ei Social Hall.
    In addition to entertain and
    dancing, a film of the oxganiza-
    tion s New Year's Eve party will
    be shown.
    Max Garshag. president of the
    i ducted the meeting held last Sun-
    day. 2 p.m., at Beth El Social Hall.
    Following a brief business ses-
    , sion. the program was devoted to
    " The Warsaw Ghetto"" and a film.
    The World of Tomorrow."'
    Folklore Rabbi's Subject
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    Friday, May 8. 1964
    +Jewish norldUan
    Page 3-A
    Rabbi Bulman Due at Hebrew Acad. Celebration
    ICO srtiriMAN
    MKS. WIUIAM MfHRifNS
    Steinman, Mrs. Mehrtens
    Win Dade Citizens Awards
    Leo Steinman and Mrs. William
    . \U::iens were uinners of the ;
    >;ty Outstanding Citizens
    irardi at a luncheon meeting |
    londaj 8t the Dupont Plaza |
    btel
    A capacity audience, addressed1
    |y former Florida Gov. LeRoy ;
    lollin-. itnessed the prcsenta-
    |oii to the duo of the awards giv-
    ar.Dually to the man and i
    Ionian who have performed the
    lost c
    the nood and welfare of the
    tire Fade County community
    jriny He preceding year.
    Youth Hall, where he is a Big
    Brother of the court, by those
    in Kendall, where each day a
    swimming poolvalued at $25,000
    bears witness to his fine work,
    by those at the Jewish Home for
    the Aged whose many field trips
    and parties have been led by
    Leo."
    Mrs (JaiOIC) Mehrtens, nominat-
    ed by the Coral Gables Woman's
    Club, cited her for her work with
    Louis Merwitzer. president of the
    Hebrew Academy: Mr.- Leonard
    Rosen, president. Hebrew Acad-
    emy Women; and Mrs. Samuel
    Rosner, president. I'TA
    Greetings on behalf of the He-
    brew Academy Alumni Association
    will be given by Dorothy Naness,
    who graduated from the Hebrew
    Academy in June, 1956. She is
    now a senior at the University of
    Miami.
    Interfaith Service
    AT Beth Am
    On Friday evening Temple Beth
    Am will present an intertaith ser-
    vice.
    Sermon will be given by the
    Rev. Dr. Ralph Huston, of the
    First Methodist Church of South
    Miami, whose choir will sing the
    liturgy and the entire service con-
    ducted by the Rev. Huston.
    The invitation is in response to
    . ,. ,, one given last fall when Rabbi
    Grecnbcrg. Mr. and Mrs. Harry ^^ M Baumguard, Cantor
    loachKwitney. and Mrs. Bessie CnarIes Kodner. and the choir of
    Stadlan. Be(h Am conducted a mid week
    Mrs, Zvi Berger. chairman of service in the new sanctuary of
    Miriam Donnet. Mrs Marjorie the evening, announced that the First Methodist Church of
    Ent, Mrs. Shushannah Spector greetings will be extended by South Miami.
    Rabbi Nathan Bulman, Hebrew
    author and lecturer, will be guest
    speaker at the second \\m Hamor
    a!' celebration on Saturday night,
    8 p.m.. in the Max Silvernerg
    uiniuy Hall of the Hebrew Acad-
    emy.
    Rabbi Bulman. of New York,
    formerly a member of the faculty
    of Yeshiva University, who serv-
    ed as Rabbi in Danville, Va.,
    Fallsburgh. N.Y., and Newport
    News, Va., is currently director
    of school organization of Torah
    Nemesorah. a national society for
    Hebrew- Day Schools.
    His topic will be "The Teacher
    The Torah Bearer of Jewish Tradi-
    tion.'"
    Special tribute will be accord-
    ed those teachers who have
    rendered more than a decade of
    Hebrew Academy service, Rab-
    bi Alexander S. Gross, principal,
    announced.
    Rabbi Gross said that there are
    II teachers in the 34 member fac-
    ulty with ten years or more of ser-
    \ice. They include Mr. Saul
    Porush, Mrs. Ruth Becker. Mrs.
    RABBI NATHAN BULMAN
    -tanding single function | Unit^ Fund an(, Cuban rclief A
    long list of some two and a half
    pages of additional activities
    backed up the club's nomination.
    Mrs. Mehrtens was UF secre-
    tary and served on its Executive
    Committee last year. She is past
    president of the Dade County Fed-
    eration of Women's Club.
    Steir.rran received the award
    Lecause "His work with the un-
    lerpriviliged is well known to
    III. It can be attested to by
    lie boys at the Wayward Home
    Ofcecchobae, by those in
    ler Tamid
    istalls Officers
    Steinman is sales manager for a
    local photographic portrait studio.
    He was nominated by Coral Gables
    Lodge f B'nai B'rith, of which
    he currently serves as president.
    abti Eugene Labovitz, spiri-
    leader of Temple Ner Tamid.
    alloc! Murray A. Shaw for a
    d term as Temple president
    Suncwy in Sklar Auditorium,
    he: i nicers on the slate are
    Louis Cohen, executive vice pres-i president,
    ident: Alexander Rest, Michael
    Gla/i* : Alex T. Eig, vice presi-
    ts; Siymour Horowitz, trca.s-
    r. Irving .1. Egel, Era Rosen-
    Jo.scph Kahn. Paul II. Press,
    etam-.
    The annual award is present-
    ed by Sholem Lodge of B'nai
    B'rith. Patron, as in every in- (
    stance in the past, has been
    Dade Federal Savings and Loan
    Association, with Joseph Lipton,
    Permanent chairman of the
    committee is Sanford Swerdlin.
    Permanent judges are George
    Beebe, Miami Herald managing
    editor: Fred K. Shochet. publish-
    er, The Jewish Floridian; ami
    Irectors: Irving J. Egel, Hac-|Ralph Reniek, vice president in
    . Adolph Greenbaum, charge 0f new-, vytv.t
    ,uc! L Greenfield, Louis Hirsh,
    H Dltzman. Seymour Horo-
    z, .' ph Kahn. Harry Liebcr
    - Miretzky, Dan Piver,
    1 n -. Max Raskin, D. Dale
    ten: Era Rosenfeld. Jack
    Haw. i ry Sherman, Joseph sil-
    pian Irvine C. Spear, Mrs.
    ie : ky.
    ustees: Louis Cohen. Dr. Ben
    Fat- Ezra Finegold. Louis
    Golc. ( ol. Wm J. Harris. Nath
    Leaders Rally
    For Civil Rights
    Continued from Page 1-A
    upon which this country is estab-
    lished."
    The rally launched an intensive
    Rov nher^." Ja"cob"sapirstein. effort by major American religious
    cm .! Schwarz, Murray A. groups both to push for passage
    w. Mrs. Fannie Sklar. Maurice
    Zan:.-ky.
    Uso diking office were Mrs.
    gene .1. Schwartz. Sisterhood
    Ksidcrn. and Dan Piver, presi-
    |it o; the Men's Club.
    of the legislation and to develop
    a sharper awareness among church ,
    and synagogue members of the.
    need for individual commitments
    in support of the measure.
    Theological students of the
    thiee faiths continued their quiet
    vigil at the Lincoln Memorial
    which was organized on April 19
    on an around-the-clock basis to
    continue until the civil rights bill
    Isaurice L. Zaretsky, Board of became law.
    Ceremony was held at a 10
    i.m. brunch, and all officers
    Ml board members of the three
    Temple groups were also install-
    ed.
    HliMec- chairman, and Sisterhood
    Hst president. Mrs. Louis Cohen,
    More than 100 Jewish business ;
    and professional leaders, convened
    airman of the School Board, re-1 i>y jne Anti-Defamation League of
    ived the Temple's annual Man j unai B'rith, met for two days of 1
    d Woman of the Year Awards, conference with Administration
    so cited for -leadership and
    pjjrvice to the Temple" were Alex
    , Harry Lieberman and Mor-
    Miretzky.
    utgomg presidents, Irving J.
    and Mrs. Henrietta Fine, re-
    ved plaques for service as pre-
    ing oificers of the Men's Club
    the Sisterhood.
    md Senate spokesmen for the bill.
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    Volume 37
    Number 19
    Friday. May 8. 1964
    26 Iyar 5724
    They Have It
    Both Ways
    The Nasser plan for a nuclear
    v. ar against Israel should come
    c; no surprise to anyone. Least
    of all. should it be a surprise to
    :.-e Germans, who this week pre-
    i_~.cbly made the disclosure
    rough a special report publish-
    m the Manchester Guard:~r.
    For it is the Germans them-
    selves, who have been primarily
    er.sib.e in creating Nasser s
    mie capability from scratch.
    Wo commented in these col-
    u last wee!-: on, the cavaiiei
    oner in which the Bonn Gov-
    t r-.rr.er.! has once again post-
    ed a rull-dTe;-s showdown on
    the German nuclear sc:e:
    now 2: work in Egypt. During the
    cast year, sir.ee Israel Foreign
    ster Golda Meir first revealed
    the presence of the German sci-
    fi..lists there, the Bonn position
    .-.^s been an off-handed one.
    It began with denial From
    :.-.eie if went to "investigation."
    Then it proceeded to interminable
    cebate concerning the democratic
    right of a Germcn national to do
    whatever he pleases including
    t-ie right of a nuclear scientist to go to work for
    Nasser.
    Now that Bonn has delayed its ultimate
    decision once again, the scientists themselves
    cil seem to be anxious to tell everyone that
    the charge is indeed correct: that Nasser is de-
    termined to wipe Israel off the face of the earth
    .a nuclear weapons, especially since he has
    been unable to fulfill his earlier threat of
    sweeping her into the sea by more convention-
    al military means.
    The Bonn Government apart, the German
    scientists thus seem to be having it both ways:
    '..-.ey are working for Dictator Nasser, a kind
    c: muster to whose totalitarian power they
    seem eminently accustomed and they are
    expicting whatever sense of guilt they may
    reel as a consequence of their labors in his be-
    : by shouting to the world that it is all true.
    now wondering if a profound injustice was not
    indeed done Mr. Lavon a decade ago.
    For the "mishap" charge came at a strange
    time: when Mr. Ben-Gurion was engaged in
    an ideological struggle with the monolithic
    Histadrutof which Pinhas Lavon then served
    as secretary general.
    A Reexamination Needed
    It is interesting thai the drive to reinstate
    as Lcvor. has been gaining momentum
    ever since the resignation of former Prims ''::.
    : David Ben-Guifon last June.
    The drive is apparently being spearhead-
    ed by Premier Eshkol who has exercised a
    ing influence on many troubled poLticc.
    arters in Israel ever since he :00k over
    ..- ve
    That the Lavor. incident was never fully
    stigated. al le-s: from a public point of
    v.ew. is eminently clear, if only judging by the
    number of squelched effort to bring the facts
    A Significant Statement
    Francis Cardinal Spellman may have
    been doing a bit of politicking for the Catholic
    cause at the annual American Jewish Com-
    mittee meeting. But one th-.ng is clear:
    He did appear before a major American
    Jewish organization for the first time in 17 years
    And he did make a number of statements that
    must be reckoned as significant in a long-terrr
    view toward a rapprochmenl between the
    Jewish and Catholic communities durin I
    years ahead.
    Cardinal Spellman is one c: lbs most im-
    portant spokesmen in the Roman Cat
    Id today. H.s observations car:::;.
    the crucifixion libel whi
    c:pcLy responsible for a most vicious
    anti-Semitism, seems to :-e BDiri, ol
    ecumenism. """" ^-
    Indeed, it offers us rent red
    sueameaningful statemei
    oathohc relationships, thus,:
    -: .cioseoLn ;'~e rr.es:
    chapters in human history
    during thrveek
    ... as i see it
    IN A* address before Mu
    Beach Lodge of B'naj B rith
    on Sunday evening at the Dj
    Lido Hotel I suggested U
    Jews still seek the approval'J
    a consequence, th

    by LEO MINDLIN
    unremitting fear for the eva
    ralua
    i|ht)
    of such
    i- tht
    *? cjmpnv
    mise both the letter and th.
    spint of their trad.tn,:. Som*
    how. it seems to me. Jews h-
    lieve they will find _n.
    acceptance if they -k,IUult
    camouflage that which has set them apart for some five-th<,usand
    rears. In this regard. I recalled a French monk at Caperr.jum
    Israel who told me that Israeli Jews are totally unlike any he had
    ever met before. The difference, he said, lies in their singular U I
    of concern for what others think of their Judaism.
    There is little doubt that American Jews have come a lone
    Ours represents a diaspora civilization that is richer, more po*l\
    ful and prestigious than any previous one in history The point cm
    b<. easily proved by a multitude of examples. Nevertheless the im
    pulse to be obsequious remains outstanding among us quite a< if
    at every uaking moment, we feel the need to prove eurselve- andth.
    riant to a peaceful place in the sun As I see it. the once
    German Jewish community long ago demonstrated the folly
    di>astrou> ambitions.
    A serious concern and
    - morel* warp our purpose no less than our spirit
    eternal need to j>lease. it is inevitable that we essential!)
    unpleasant to ourselvei
    :- -: -:-
    THl MID TO Bf ACCfPTfD
    A CORAL GABLES SOUTH MIAMI group called the Jew:-
    name of tin
    : its aim is admirable Jew.
    ;ht to espouse a poUticalb 1 -.
    sly believe In them N'eith< 1
    port of the classic Tall
    t era of the f>
    - true for all cit:/- .
    ... tives. it seems I

    uti
    can be com
    5 nol then [I ...: -
    liberal" is a
    -
    * Political tives wanl to I
    : g to co-;
    - : which the)
    e '' respect. Th | NrMc ,,.,.
    I them to be t f, amorphous Blob ^
    " heated mti-Commumsi
    an NOTf ftOM THl DISK Of 0*. MAfOlO
    I AM ALL for bvin,- ant.-Commun.st But I am also pro a nbolr
    : other thin* The Jewish Potties! Coeeorvatire, sn
    b organisation with no purpose ether than eam-
    ***** for i, has earned the greup ,0 th, point o,
    : r Z nPu 2. ,h JCW'Sh P0",,Cal Con^a..ves featured Dr
    murust imports an! the Soviet Economic Offensive," h Miami
    SF232T. ?, "?*? 'S a Pr"umaW^ P on the,- matter,
    mur "v ? I V ComnuUe ,0 W" of the Atriral Of Com-
    mumst Merchandise on the Local Business Scene
    *,f'ly- 11%-;>AUe ,f ,h Bu,le,,n of ,hc John Birch Society r^
    " Hat Id', committee and nrges its support He
    the subject of man, articles, includ.n* one in Time
    >rU m IM3 Howard K Smith, of th.
    fur n hI"8 Cmpan;V brien* contemplated doing a tel.
    'U/;r. the belief that fair
    and non-entities ai we
    at all is a -Nol th.
    lated thi
    te reads: rac,
    bae
    gotten off 1
    ric In a
    Jewish Participation
    of the
    pas.^
    I into the oper.
    Mr. Ben-Gurion charged Lavon with a "se-
    curity mishap." which led to the letter's dis-
    rr.isscl as Mir.ister of Defense back in 1954.
    Strangely enough. Mr. Ben-Gurion charged
    cnother government official with a similarly
    .nexcusable error in judgment" last year.
    when the news broke about the presence of
    V.'est German nuclear scientists in Eqypt oi
    TV- 3ir Qj. reljgj0n
    This second charge was. also responsible K. rt
    ior a dismissal and. indeed, had a good deal ican rXle can not
    to do with Mr. Ben-Gurion's ultimate resigna- morau^' practSll^Id.^r* ^
    Be. some three months later those of his own touWto^SiS; i"1' l
    civil rights bill demonstrates o
    American Jewry's determination to ?
    vanguard for the battle in behalf of \)Jt\
    ' every citizen -- regardless 0i raceme
    comment that the Amer-
    In effect, too many people axe now won-
    z if this wasr.: ore of the former Prime
    mister's principal means of ridding himseli
    of political opponents. Too many people are
    rally.
    'ho participated in the
    who

    THl THKtAT IS A KIM ONt
    DR HAROLD INSISTS
    '""' III U It' '
    Miami d
    t'Semit til 0. m,
    l< to scholar,
    mism
    im.itti
    unenl pol.cn. no.
    " the presumption of -r .1
    in.ent.ons of the.
    with the Jewish Politics
    .' !^ to speak before the. Dr
    iamed the note from his desk. ex..
    Semitic Neither has he es,
    'th -The C.t.ren Speaks." p.:
    reDroduei < \* m,meoSnpbe * the most outlandish!, anti-Senut
    Apr h.s acuities dunn, the .
    eJesnsl.MWnjiCaaamrS^ rose to m-JI
    h rdh'7 >tH'ak,'r mS,Sted ,hat ~L
    couw nardJ) be germane to their agenda I
    1 h"n. with thanks for h.s appearance b
    - a great German J.
    m on financed an Austrian con.,., I P
    -k.hreat. the Jewish P
    !- and the.
    *


    Friday. May 8. 1964
    'JmU* Fkrklian
    Page 5-A
    APPEARS BEFORE COMMITTEE
    Bishop Sheen Favors Prayer
    In Public School System
    Among the many employees of Gulf Amer-
    ican Land Corporation participating in a meet-
    ing on behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal
    addressed by Leonard Rosen, president of
    the company, and company vice president
    Kenneth Schwartz, are bottom row (left to
    right) Harry Sacks, Janice Lazarus, Doris
    Hanft. Marv Sager and Maxine Glass. Rear
    row (left to right) are Bob Markowitz, Lester
    Enqel. Paul Taylor, Bob Gallet. Tonie Mueller
    Mono Lewis and Sid Durant. They are among
    the 132 Jewish employees at Gulf American
    Land who have been invited to participate in
    the CJA campaign through a payroll deduc-
    tion program.
    Keep Out of Our Affairs, King Told
    H,?^nY^R,K 7 nu>sein, ol Jordan, was rritirm-d .. _
    thta week by the Conference of3 SWUt 0l PrCS,dcn, Johnson' had
    Presidents of Major Jewish organ- madc "'Frances during his visit
    which were "caiculatedly provoca-
    ti\e" ami a "flagrant violation of
    izations for his "lecture'* to Amer-
    ican Jews "about their deep af-
    fection and affinity to the people hospitality."
    of Israel."
    They asserted that he had mis-
    The statement by the leaders I represented Israel's planned di-
    cf the 18 organizations, compris-1 version of the Jordan River war-
    ing major Zionist and non-Zionist I rs, even though Jordan is al-
    Jewish National Fund Foundation Plans
    Supper at Fontainebleau May 20
    A supper sponsored by the
    Foundation for the Jewish Nation-
    al Fund will be held on May 20,'
    6 p.m.. at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
    Dr. Irving Lehman, chairman
    of the J.NF Foundation, said that
    "an interesting program is being
    arranged to acquaint guests with
    Hie purposes of the Foundation's
    activities."
    The Foundation is a reservoir
    Of tuture funds for the Jewish
    National Fund's land redemption
    program in Israel. Dr. Lehrman
    explained.
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    The Jewish National Fund, in
    its 63 years of existence, ac-
    quired some quirter of a million
    of acres of land by the time the
    State of Israel was established.
    Since then, the neglected, bar-
    ren wastes and rocky sand dunes
    have been transformed into ver-
    dant and cultivated tracts un-
    der the aegis of JNF reclama-
    tion programs.
    Dr. Lehrman explained that "in
    accordance with its constitution,
    the Jewish National Fund holds
    its land for the Jewish people in
    perpetuity, and no one can buy
    land from the organization.
    "The JNF." he said, "rents its
    holdings at a nominal fee to set-
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    basis. This prevents exploita-
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    Pointing to the unhappy situa-
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    "where some parcels of private-
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    much as SI. 000.000," the JNF
    Foundation chairman here said
    that "one can well imagine what
    would happened in Israel were
    the JNF's holdings in private
    hands."
    The May 20 supper will give
    guests the opportunity of learn-
    ing more about the JNF Founda-
    tion and its support through wills
    and bequests to continue Jewish
    National Fund endeavor In the
    State of Israel.
    ready diverting a Jordan tribu-
    tary, the Yarmuk. They also
    charged him with declaring that
    United States policy on the Mid-
    dle East was shaped by pres-
    sures from American Jewish
    sources rather than on consider-
    ation "of national interest."
    Eighteen years after Israel's
    creation, the statement said, Hus-
    sein and his fellow Arab rulers
    were still trying to "sow dissen-
    sion among Americans by seeking
    to cast doubt on the propriety" of
    the feelings of affinity by Ameri-
    can Jews for Israel Jews.
    King Hussein was accused of
    "pious posing" as a peace advo-
    cate and proponent of better un-
    derstanding between Israel and
    the Arab neighbors, a stand which,
    was only "a cloak for his genuine
    purpose of exacerbating animosi-^
    ties and making meaningful peace:
    impossible."
    WASHINGTON (JTA) The
    Rev. Fulton Sheen, Auxiliary
    Catholic Bishop of New York, told
    the House Judiciary Committee
    this week that he was not sup-
    porting any specific amendment
    to the Constitution on the issue
    of permitting prayers and Bible-
    reading in the public schools. But,
    he said, he was interested in ob-
    taining "an" amendment.
    He was one of several religious
    spokesmen testifying before the
    , Ct mmittee which has before it a
    number of constitutional amend-
    I ment proposals to void the U.S.
    Supreme Court ban on such reli-
    gious practices. Bishop Sheen
    said at one point, under question-
    ing, that he was not sure a Con-
    stitutional amendment was really
    needed. After the hearing, he
    told reporters that it might be
    adequate if Congress simply pass-
    ed a law permitting school pray-
    ers. He also conceded a specific
    amendment introduced in tne
    House might be a violation of the
    First Amendment.
    Leo Pfeffer, American Jewish
    Congress general counsel, told
    the cemmittee that many of the
    arguments for an amendment
    were using "myths" and "fic-
    tions." One such fiction, he said,
    was that such religious practices
    have been going on for ISO years
    without objection. Others, he
    said, were that there is only one
    Bible and that all prayers are
    addressed to the same God; that
    H child can be excused, there
    can be valid objection to such
    practices; that only "atheists"
    and "secularists" oppose the pro-
    posed Constitutional amend-
    ment, and that the Supreme
    Court had forbidden the mention
    of God, the Bible and religion
    in the public schools. All of
    these, he declared, "are untrue."
    Dr. Edwin Tuller. general sec-
    retary of the American Bap -1:
    convention, appeared as a rep
    sentative of his church and on
    hall of the National Council 1
    Churches, an organization ol 31
    nominations with 40.ooo.000 mi ;-
    bers.
    He declared lhal prrpn.it,..,
    prayers in public schools would-
    a clear case of tampering v'
    the First Amendment's guarant
    ol religious freedom. He told) committee, presided over by Rr
    Emanuel Celler, New York Dei -
    crat, that public institutions
    long to all citizens, whatever thr ir
    faith or lack of it and neither t I
    church nor the state should i
    the public school to compel
    ceptance of any creed or confor n-
    ity to any specific religious pi --
    tice."
    He expressed strong don -
    about the value of prayers for
    ligious education, asserting that
    daily school prayers were "mc re
    rote than religious" and that da ly
    required Bible reading w e r s
    "neither true religion nor g< >dl
    education."
    Rep. Frank Becker. New Y< ck
    Republican, testified in behalf ;>f
    his proposed amendment. He
    said his goal was a return to "n< .-.-
    denominational" prayers. He w .a
    asked who would be responsible,
    under his amendment, for deciur.vj
    the type of prayer. Rep. Becker
    said the matter of the wordi _
    could be left to "local authori-
    ties "
    He was questioned on what he
    meant by "non-denominations I"
    and was asked whether he could
    i accept the use of the word "Alla'i"
    as equally suitable with the wo >t
    "God." He said he consider I
    such questions irrelevant but Re >.
    Jacob Gilbert, New York Demo-
    crat, cited his reply as dramat'x-
    ing the content of non-denomi
    tional prayers.
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    Friday. May 3 ^
    JJsVrged to Assure Israel Defense
    Continued from P9.e '*
    ernment officials in connect.on
    with American a<6 to Nasser
    that economic .id and surplus
    food c-oes not contribute to th
    arms race.
    There is no real diffo
    between economic and miiitao
    aid." h Mi ,na"
    frank to pretend that our econ-
    solution for the Arab r-,3tt,
    settlement in Arab lar
    have space and econc-
    tunity for them."
    which
    PPr.
    mSe aid does 1 ,ne m'"- **P "ii tfd to Egypt
    more specifically by Sen. Huo*
    Scott Pennsylvania Republican,
    who expressed the hop* that
    President Johnson "will exam-
    ine the situation again in view
    of the recent clear evidence of
    Nassers expansionist and im- )rnmeT1t to re- ^
    perialistic drive that threatens huyoctt attempts in A -(]
    not only Israel but Western posi- caj,ed attM,tion to th- ^
    tior.s of strength.' dOapttC successive pled bytjj
    ..First the United State, must Administrations Cjai|
    The Commute urgi ie q~-
    Secondfv. remains closed to |ara< --iippm^
    I- stop all aid to f^~T ,n conclusion, the rtaten *75
    larvr: the recipient cour, urge rodent .f^f"'" American initiate I g
    ,rv Accord*!*, e have some skUt lhc poss.bilitv of Proving ^^ ^^^ .
    "Vito shop^ in Moseo. rsci_as did in 1962--to^offset o, J^^ ,
    aid to ^ danroL- advantage that both ^^ ^ ^ ^ ^
    . beer, declining as a re- ,, s anri soviet aid ha* given to rtttenwm ,trp,
    her economy progress. Eflrp, Sen Scott declared ______________
    '-r
    the Hi
    Isidor Chaikin iteft> explains action sculpture to Rabbi Mayer
    SSnowitx. scritual leader of Temple Menorah where the
    Chaikin exhir.: -.v-.'.l take place May 10 to U.
    Oldster Finds New Interest
    v Aceotaingiy. -- toci "",?" .::_.. fn ,, Arab peace nee
    nVisaivin,- about u-nomic a,d -o mi!l!ar, de(ense equipment to r tountry v^ lne ohi
    , nation which shop> in Mosco* r,ci_as we didjn
    {or arm
    brael ha
    suit of her econom.. proves* Egrpt
    Congressman Morg 'arf*\ in ,ts statement of policy the y lcrol
    Xor .ill e ct:t a ". :i .. ._. .grown* TOUffig ISrOel
    ., endanser> heru'*,ennor,'n: danger created b> Arab agcre>- I J ftirArc
    cmra^ = those who threaten her. ^ ..,.,) concern inSTOIIS V^TTICerS
    Since Israel mun divert much of .,,. pouring threat Ma>#>finn Horn
    her states and the rest MT incciiiiy nere
    EC of the c:.ncentratior. of 8 rid. the Arab states Rabbi Sher*:-. SI
    f her ^ generous ecoo- tl:al leader of Y<
    neig iM the Unit ter Miami

    -'
    ptUK b]
    aaakin from May 10 to 13
    in the Tenp'.e Labrarj Tr
    .
    j j
    have been en-
    t re< 1 previoui
    ;rt
    has made his golden
    xears meaningful because of h.s
    :v-discovered talent which, he
    ays. keep> him thoroughly pro-
    ved
    He w'.tl advise youngsters how
    to widen their scope of interest
    and ut9* e V rs of his age how
    to hroaden their interests so
    ?hat "oW age tan become like
    old wine, sweeter and better.'
    Rab'r: Mayer Abramowitz. sp
    tual leader of the Temple, initiat-
    ed the idea for Chaikin s exhibit
    STd urged him to share his en-
    thusiasm and his ideas with mem-
    bers of the community 'People
    ys speak o: counting one's
    r*s-;His. the rabbi said in
    ^, iking of the forthcoming ex-
    Log B'Omer Celebration
    Students participated in a brief
    Lag B'Omer celebration at Beth
    Kodesh Congregation on Sunday
    morning At 10 am. the confir-
    mation group met with Rabbi
    Has Shapiro.
    hibit I bei:ev.
    - _
    Chaikin was a dress d<.
    and retired after ^ v.:- : a
    very active business career He
    ne U Miami --; 1 I"'
    I three years at r.ere
    - .omfortable home and
    mi's lovely weather, he found
    retirement to be "a most unpl
    ant occupation. He turned to the
    field of art and studied sculpture.
    After a year of intensive study,
    found a new outlet for his crea-
    tive talents which keep him oc-
    cupied and removed from all prob-
    lems of retirement.
    two alternative- -enrol _. cr dedicated to tl
    sp,V^''
    in the
    .- statement Dr. Sotomen Nussl
    :.. or prep... ff f the> .Nri_.,L.. \iarv.n Lippi
    -,: vice pre, ta
    SfcJ! :; if"^ trea-
    Admir.:5trancr-. that
    Abe second alternativemake* cer- The pohcy st,tem,nt com-
    mended President Johnson's
    support of Israel's water devel-
    opment program, and also de-
    tain that Israel hs arms to
    defend hersti:. he declared
    The call for American arms to
    Israel was spelled cot even
    Kalchi lbs,
    Abraham Auror. tecrel
    Board of Director^ re Mamy
    Frand. Ernest Fit! i ^t. Bi>
    mel. William Kreuter -
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    iport to Combined Jewish Appeal campaiqn workers for
    v. 29 read SI.218.075 at the beginning of the evening, but
    the time the meeting was over additional contributions of
    ,000 brought in by workers attending the Evening of Trib-
    rmsed the figure to SI,253,075. Dr. Irving Lehrman. CJA
    npaign chairman, and Mrs. Lehrman, and Chairman of
    jstees of the Federation Sam Blank and Mrs. Blank, were
    iong those participating in the meeting and sharing in the
    vs that Combined Jewish Appeal Campaign is within reach
    its aoal of SI.386,500, some SI00,000 more than was raised
    1963.
    ibined Jewish Appeal Reaches
    '74,650 in Drive to Hit Goal
    tm
    Iws
    I ement that the Combin-
    ewkh Appeal Campaign had
    led a total of Si .274,650 in its
    to obtain SI.386.500'was made
    [week by Rabbi Irving Lehr-
    campaign chairman.
    | am confident that the goal
    [be attained, resulting in an
    lase of $100,000 above our last
    W$ CJA total." Rabbi Lehrman [
    "The balance of the cam-
    re-^ts with our workers who
    ng cards for pledges not
    added to the campaign

    . laid,
    ptfn
    art h>
    treat:
    ligar,
    a pleri:
    linal surge to meet the
    .rge every worker with
    card to contact his pros-
    tl'rough a personal visit and
    ertlain tue importance of the ad-
    ditton;.1 '>....... '' our local com-
    munity .nd 'i i'.lA> agencies
    here, Attainment of the goal
    would mean increased services by
    Federation's agencies."
    Declared the CJA chairman: "I
    am confident that the goal can be
    attained and even over-subscribed
    to a total as high as $1,400,000.
    This would represent a dramatic
    breakthrough for Federation tor
    local needs in our community, as
    well as for rescue and rehabilita-
    tion for the United Jewish Appeal
    in Israel and 30 countries over-
    seas."
    The CJA chairman announced
    that of 7.700 contributions receiv-
    ed to date, over 1.600 are from
    new givers who have not previous-
    1\ supported the campaign.
    Pledges may be sent to Fed-
    eration headquarters. 1317 Bis-
    caync Blvd.
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    **> Hat W ate <
    Germans Report Nasser's
    A-War Plans for Israel
    Continued from Page 1-A
    power standards, it was pointed out
    that such a bomb is sufticient lor
    the destruction of Israel's highly-
    concentrated centers of popula-
    tion.
    This project has been delayed
    somewhat by the inability of the
    German scientists, thus far, to
    make an easily transportable bomb
    Or nuclear war head, light enough
    ti> be fitted onto a rocket. But
    the project, according to the re-
    port, has probably not been aban-
    doned. One of Nasser's plans, dis-
    cussed with his closest advisors,
    s.iid the report, was to try to ob-
    tain some of the Hiroshima-type
    A bombs by bribing Royal Air
    Force officers to bring three or
    tour of them to Egypt stealthily.
    The bribes would have amounted
    to $8,000,000 per bomb.
    The second feature of the Nas-
    ser program is called "Opera-
    tion Ibis," and involves the
    making of small missiles with
    "limited radioactive fallout."
    These could be used as bombs
    dropped by planes, or as war-
    heads, or as shells fired by ar-
    tillery. The German informants
    told the Guardian correspondent
    they believed that this type of
    missile has already been pro-
    duced by the German scientists
    in Egypt, and is being stockpil-
    ed in Egypt.
    The third phase of the Nasser
    progiam, called "Operation Stron
    lium-80," has been reportedly giv-
    en serious consideration by Nas-
    ser for causing heavy civilian
    losses among the Israelis when
    iinall packages of Strontium-90
    ;.re dropped over Israel. The key
    figure in "Operation Strontium-90"
    was reportedly Prof. Wolfgang von
    Piltz, a German rocket specialist.
    Later, the report stated, SOflM
    electronic experts, also Germans,
    were brought into this project,
    and some Egyptian scientists and
    nuclear experts were added.
    The report said that there Tias
    been a definite breakthrough by
    Egypt in "the field of light and
    easily transportable missiles, con-
    taining quantities of radioactive
    material. The exploding of such
    missiles would not produce the
    heat or blast effects of a hydrogen
    bomb, but their secondary radia-
    tion effects would cause countless
    deaths through radioactive fall-
    nut." the report stated.
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    Fage 8-A
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    Friday. May 8,
    By: EDWARD COHEN
    Top Pro Finds Writing 'Rotten Business'
    The only Heat
    tii in the au-
    thors' file at
    the West Flaglcr
    Branch ot the
    Miami Public
    I ibrary is Gabriel, noted as a
    i idio newscaster.
    This doesn't faze his son. Basil,
    i full-time practicing author ot
    I n published novels and more
    lan 100 short stories.
    "People I run into at cock-
    ail parties c"own here first ask
    -ne what I do for a living. Or,
    Knowing I write, they would
    ike to know the name I use.
    Well, it's a job, r.ot very pleas-
    ant either. It's lonely, and
    doesn't pay very well, and I
    don't even know how I got into
    tbut I'm stuck."
    In August. Basil Header's tenth
    : iok. "The Better Part of Valor."
    novel of war at sea. will be
    ublished by Doublcday. His
    irst. "The Dim View." which he
    alls "the easiest one to write.
    le one that got the best critical
    oception and made the most
    money,*' is available at the mam
    I ranch of the local library along
    ith "Captain's Lady." of the
    n published
    Slept Alongside JFK
    The new novel, according to
    I ic jacket, "is the saga of the
    i len who manned the PT boats
    i the dark early days of the
    ar with the Japanese," and is
    nother in the action-type fic-
    on media with which Heatter
    nds himself most at home. He
    pent five years in the Navy |
    i tiring World War II. and at PT
    BASIL HEATTER
    mining a vein
    think they're terribly narrow
    and insular, and I'm tired ot
    their standardized stories ot
    Jiui-h American life. They're
    all 'Abie's Irish Rose' brought up
    to date with a modern literary
    veneer.
    "My own feeling is that
    they're mining an old vein un-
    til it runs out. Because Jews
    are great readers the field is
    easily exploited. It doesn't
    take many sales to have a fic-
    tion best seller, you know, so
    thefe fellows don't gamble;
    they stick with a formula. Well,
    a good writer should write
    about many things and this is
    where I think they fail."
    Heatter, who has hammered
    out a let of original paperbacks
    of suspense and mystery, appar-
    ently is not immune to the Jew-
    ish syndrome, himself, l" "Any
    Man- Girl"{"she was ripe
    fruit, ready to fall"'he tie
    scribes the reactions of one "1
    his leading characters, Don Wax
    man. to being called an anti-
    Semitic name bj a "Florida
    cracker" lor the first time "since
    his childhood on the -Ireet- ol
    Flatbush." The attitude of the
    communit) toward northern
    jews who became involved in
    -, iking justice lor one ot the
    residents i> also exposed in this
    Gold Medal edition
    A further chapter devoted to
    Waxman's rifle defense of his
    tomato patch tied his hero to
    the shore- of the sea ol C.ih
    lee ..i Ncbeusha or Kvorshaba
    There were other farmers who
    were out protecting 'heir crops
    not ail the Jewish intellec-
    tuals were sitting on park
    benches
    Jewish-or any other social
    and organiiational inyolvement
    _is not for him. Married to
    the former Lila Greenspan,
    who spent her childhood here,
    and who has made huge gifts
    to Mt. Sinai Hospital, he lives
    a restricted life "either travel-
    ing or locked up in a room
    writing. I'm not
    happy here, but then |j3
    I would be happy anywhi^J;
    According to the |ates, Jjj
    jacket. He -lives and wonj
    an old Moorish-tvp,. huu>eoniy
    southeast coast of Florida ot2
    looking the Cult stream 3
    he is not writing, he i> ,a
    his bright red ketch, Tompi,
    Rose," which i tied to the 3
    alongside the home on DiU
    Island.
    Early Traveler
    Before mo\ ing here eight nj
    ago to join !
    ter. Heatter had lived in J
    York area, work;: an i
    agency prior to the war and 3
    coming a full-time prule.-ij
    writer upon disci
    Navy He gav< up tormal ea|
    Cation when he .,-
    by bike for a year throiS
    Kurope at that a e "*Mm
    special excitement
    He know- onl) i ;he rej.1
    dent authors. Philip V.
    whom he cxpn..... ; a^ "a rare creature who Ji'Vjil
    enjoys writing
    Really, it's a mm n btiMrajjl
    '1 lie one ach ant age .- thi | >
    can live as he like-
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    Cardinal Spellman Hits Libel of Jews for Crutifwion
    ^UIM- r ............... ,. ..u -aw feelings about Tew1trTr*sVT*ey
    Continued from Page 1A
    mentation.
    lorris B Aln
    siek-nt. told the i.iw
    .tinner thai "the truths Jews ted se ccmctaaiona.
    with Christianity ,and the
    are
    ral teachings we hold in com-
    i m should be emphasised, oui
    ( ftiancon confronteel but also
    i derstood He iirlrierl that as
    l.tholio. Protestants and Jews
    linrcd a better undei >tamiin;: ot
    ir differences, eaeh must also
    , in to view these differences
    it as evil conspiracies" but
    i her as 'a legitimate expression
    a felt need ol one group as
    .linst another '
    He said that if such efforts as
    'he self-examinations now under-
    lay by all th religious groups
    ..d happened decades ago, par-
    1 cuksiiy in the pre-Httler per-
    td, the peoples of Western
    Europe might have been better
    feelings about Tew1tffn*B."They
    are mostly second generation
    Jews with an East European
    heritage, with occupations in the
    Vice president, in a report to the "yJJ'JJSJd^Sttlafc^M ;'i,l"'i professions and trades in the
    middle income groups.
    Utevilto*i made up ol third
    The idea ot 'a mon- generatlon Jewry of German back
    , fce J~> and Jwfeh identity i..6 full) in Amen^Mde
    Conim.ttee and a former re- J *" K^
    ieiH ol the award, made the > Dr John Slawson. execuu e wM rapidly and widely be.ni -
    most common in the South I
    tions of the rural North tuck
    in New Hampshire, and in norfc
    western areas uch as |d,.
    The substitute practices whiA
    the survey has found to be tu!
    ly introduced, include
    meditation, silent
    vice iiimw....... ---- jn ,,u, i nitea swim "
    ,.... committee ^""al meetta*. Citing extensive w ,,,.,,,-cier- while al
    hk,i -de research bj the Committee, he mi(, lmu. u. American so
    e u" ..............'*" (H.IV vu becoming increasing!!
    creased and intensities
    'tiles
    Pvtr,
    The will of American Jews to
    survive as Jews is the strongest
    expression of Jewish identity.
    The vast majority of Jews seek
    survival as a group. American
    Jews have the greatest oppor-
    tunity in their history to develop
    their identity within "a frame-
    work of Jewish self-regard"
    white participating fully in Amer-
    ican life.
    He reported that American Jew
    l.-h leaders believe that "defense
    against assimilation" is even
    more urgent than defense against
    discrimination. He defined assim-
    ilation as "trying to forget one is
    a Jew." He said there was an
    increased receptivity in the Unit-
    ed states to "ethnic and religious
    pluralistic. ....
    oiithic America" lost its "myunc m (|u, upper miri(He range
    potency when the Americans -. ^{m^ ..,.,,, ,H,opk.. he
    uleeted a catholic President, ,.ip,u.,i. "share with Rivertoni
    He cited studies ol the Commit Jews |h(. wiU survive as Jews.'
    lee on the issue, including one ()f n
    [ictionaHy nar1dRIVaT,anotner tio,1 reason to the U.S. Su-
    Atlantic ~e.du.ard. and Mother ^^ banning.
    named "LakevUle in the mid j;^, |.(,:i(lina ;in<1 ri,,at.on of the ,
    west. Lna.s prgyer in public schools
    In Riverton, the Committee were made public The survey,
    found that 93 per cent of the llllim, "widespread compliance
    parents and 9S per cent of their (hroughOUt the country
    and patriotic exercises.'
    In accepting tin Medallion n.
    Secretary of State said that u
    United states Governmeoi 4
    watching the situation of thej
    Jewish restriction-
    identity as Jews while participat-
    quipped to resist Nesism and elivorsity" and the achievement of
    -e "courageous religious leed-
    -s who opposed Hitler" might
    r*ve found support among their
    I : ngregsnts.
    arland Cleveland, Assistant
    i retaiy of State for l::ternation-
    A(fairs, said at another session
    t world opinion was becoming
    increasingly powerful weapon
    pierce national frontiers of
    < mtriis practicing prejudice and
    ( -crimination He cited the re-
    < it exposure in the Committee
    , the virulently anti-Semitic Kiev
    .k. Judaism Without Embel-
    lment." which, he said, caus
    tin' Soviet Government to re
    liati '
    le s.m! thai the ?xpose "on-
    lislj dul not end atlti Senutisin
    the Sen iet Union" but the es
    tie) point was "that a govern-
    n! often considered immune to
    ilit opinion was moved this
    e t, take action against the
    - iirce ol irritation rather than
    ..:> its accusi rs Though
    lited, he said, 11 was "action
    i that i> more than ever hap-
    < l before
    n evaluation of the situation
    adolescent children wanted to re
    main Jew.. It was also found
    that 82 per cent of the parents
    and 88 per cent of the adoles-
    cents said they would choose to
    be reborn Jews and more than
    two-thirds of the parents and
    nearly three-fourths of the
    adolescents expressed positive
    pockets of discontent which exist
    m a number of regions. The sur-
    vev also found "widespread intro-
    duction ot substitute practices'
    for those which had been banned
    by the supreme Court decision.
    Outright defiance of the Su-
    preme Court was found to be
    -
    there, n,
    added that the Soviet (iovernmej
    also was aware dI the I'mtn
    Slates' concern oxer the treatnw;
    of Russian Jews
    Recalling the recent conftrng
    in Washington ol American J.
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    he expressed the hope that t>
    next I'nited Nation- General ||
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    Seminary Executive in Miami to Direct
    Research History of Jewish Community
    Beth David Youth Commission will honor the graduating con-
    iirmands of 1964 and the Alumni Class of 1963 with a supper
    party on Saturday night, May 23, at 7:30 p.m.. in Spector Hall.
    Planning the function are Jerome Orlin (right), president of the
    confirmation class at Beth David, and Fred Wellisch, presi-
    dent of the 1963 alumni, with Barbara Greene and Ann Marie
    Steinberg (left and right), members of the 1964 class. In charge
    of information are Mrs. Simon Weiss and Mrs. Phillip Schifi.
    Orlando Temple Invites Mandel
    Cantor Emanucl Mandel has
    been engaged by Congregation
    Ohev Shalom, of Orlando, for the
    coming High Holiday services.
    Coming to Miami to make the
    ;irrangcments with Cantor Mandel
    was the congregation's president.
    Al Rutberg.
    In Orlando recently to install
    officers of the Jewish War Vet-
    erans Post there, Mandel who is
    also the Florida State Department
    Commander of JWV. visited Ohev
    Shalom for the Sabbath services.
    Recognized as a visiting cantor,
    he was given the honor of chant
    ing.
    Rabbi Rudolph J. Adler and
    our congregants were so pleased
    that an invitation was immediate-
    ly extended to him to be the can-
    tor for the holidays," Rutberg
    declared.
    An 11-year resiGcnt of North
    Miami Beach. Cantor Mandel has
    served Congregation B'nai Raphael
    for seven years. He has also of-
    ficiated at service! the past four
    years at JWV national conven-
    tions.
    '/Mothers to be Honored
    Beth Torah Men's Club will hon-
    1 or congregation mothers at a
    I special breakfast on Sunday morn-
    ing at 9 a.m. J
    Dr. Gladys Rosen, executive as-
    sociate <>f the American Jewish
    11.story Center, was in Miami this
    week to direct research for a pro-
    jected book on the Jewish com-
    munity of Greater Miami.
    The Center is a department oi
    the Jewish Theological Seminary
    of America.
    Dr. Rosen arrived here for dis-
    cussions with Dr. Irving Lehr-
    man, spiritual leader ol Temple
    Emanu-El. she is co-author of
    the projected work with him.
    The New York executive was
    in Miami to activate research on
    the project which began with a
    conference held in Miami some-
    time ago inspired by Dr. Moshe
    Davis, former provost of the
    Seminary, who is currently
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    University in Jerusalem.
    Co-directors of Ihe Miami Jew-
    ish community research project
    are Dr. Davis; Prof. Salo W.
    Baron, of Columbia University;
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    Columbia, and now of the Hunt-
    ington Library in California.
    Dr. Rosen holds a doctorate in
    Semitic languages and literature
    from Columbia.
    The book on the Miami Jewish
    community will take the lorm of
    a history of its development. "We
    ', are still looking for pertinent
    ! material, which may be lying in
    the files and long-unopened clos-
    ets and cabinets of many Miami-
    IKU," Dr. Rosen declared.
    During her stay here. Dr. Ros-
    en conferred with such long-time
    leaders as Stanley C Myers. Bay
    Harbor Islands Mayor Shepard
    Broad, Baron de Hirsch Meyer and
    Sam Blank
    "These and other persons here,
    we hope, will come up with in-
    valuable memorabilia and docu-
    ments relating to the history of
    Miami Jewry."
    Engaged In coordinating the
    local research project here is Mrs.
    Arnold Perlmutter. whose husband
    iv ;i member of the faculty al the
    University of Miami.
    Miamians who believe they
    have information, documents, let-
    tcrs, organizational minutes or
    an) other historical data of inter-
    est should contact Dr. Lchrman's
    office al Temple Emanu-El, Dr.
    Rosen urged, or Mrs. Perlmutter
    Bl (.65-4038.
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    IvAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
    pN. 983 SW 67th Ave. Ortnodox.
    fitor lraei Kershner.
    HE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave.
    Lservative. Rabbi Abraham Sch-
    rtz.
    , DAVIO. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con-
    ..ative. RaDoi Norman N. Shapiro.
    htor William W. L.Dion
    Baa Mltsvah: Cheryl
    , ichler ..; .Mr. ami .Mrs. Her-
    II. Saturday '.' u.m. Bar
    11_i Peeven, son of Mr. and
    |.v;.\ silver.
    ,1 EL. 500 SW 17th aw*. Orthodon.
    bCi Solomon Schiff.
    CANDLEUGHTING TIME
    26 Ivor 6:36 pjn.
    fir-i grade idll ooitduol pan ,,, th
    aervla* Siittir.lay t:4S a.m.
    .III 33 .
    ^1 School Btudenla will be honored. In-
    fani eon of l>r. und Mrs, Lee Regnaia
    - will be named. Saturday u u.m.
    TEMPLE BETH SH RAH. 750n SW
    120 thSt. Recsnstructionist. Rabbi
    Morn. Skop. Cantor Herman Gott-
    lieb.
    Friday 8:18 p.m. Sermon: "Third <:,n-
    '' """ Amori.-an-JewUh Purenta."
    Saturday 10:30 a.m. Sermon: "What
    it aleana t.. Honor Parents."
    ___
    I TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
    wood. 1725 Monroe at. Conaervativs
    Rabbi Morton Malavikv. Cantor
    Ernett Sterner.
    dr.. Se. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
    TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, 4144 Chaat
    eve. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronuh
    Canton David Conviwr.
    BrnlTch TSSSSL 8en; EftL Wert, Raipl. rdd^duatl^of^x^" ^ff 2?
    ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Orthodox,
    bbi H. lj Rottman.
    JACOB. 301-311 Washington
    OMiiojo. R.ibbi Tibor Stern.
    tiii Maurice Mamches.
    _ KODESM 1101 SW 1ith ava.
    jdern Traditional. Rabbi Max
    11 o Cantor Fred Bernstein.
    .i in Sermon: "A Mo.
    i-.iii. "The Portion "i
    L... .; ;. iii a View from the
    |H MObHt CONGREGATION.
    W O^Rie Hwy. Conservative.
    i Simon April. Cantor Hyman
    Sermon: "Do Xot
    * Hi 1 I'.IS MIlXVUll
    . i ulii.: -I Ml and
    . T tin..... s-.tt ill.i ii k .
    RAPHAEL 139 NW 3rd .Ive
    p < Ralph Krieger, secre-
    TFILAH, 955 Etnslid ave. Or.
    |t, RabU Joseph E. RackovsKy
    e -
    TORAH. 164-.I, st. and NE 11th
    I Conservative. R.ibbi Max Lip-
    Cantor Ben-Zioh Kirschen-
    I i .ml 8&IS v m. BdHnoi "Men
    ? i il to M..1,. VI. -
    ? ;. uh. iMoatuent, in in-
    .. in Hai Mil:
    .. i hi ii Mrs. Man
    I. S..II l>| Mr, .111.1 Ml b Ku> -
    ' : I /
    ----- -----
    | RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
    rvative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
    ?> Jack Lerner.
    .^ p hi. Sermon: "II. r Clill- '
    y il. i i: -.. ,i. .s.,un .I..! > 3D
    MilZV ill l.:.rr> son of Mr.
    I Bai;.> Elarah.
    IR GRANAOA. 50 NW 51st
    ative. Rabbi David Roa-
    Cantor Georae Goldberg.
    5MS p.n Saturday R:.1tl a.m. '
    "Portion of the Week."
    .----
    JDEROALE EMANU-EL. 1801
    ndrews ave. Reform. Rabbi
    ro M. Lrviton
    LITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th
    inservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu .
    |lriky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
    10 and 8:13 p.m. Lecture on \
    of Hi- Jews," (ollowi a b)
    ..ml answer period, Ba>tur- I
    a.m. Sermon i "Practical
    \. ifhbor."
    |TH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
    dox. R.ibbi David Lehrfield.
    Jr Abraham Seif.
    BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544
    llnflton ave Orthodox. Rabbi
    km Strassfeld.
    ----
    AIRES CONGREGATION.
    d Rd. Modern Traditional.
    ---- ----
    I6HALOM 911 Normandy dr.,
    Tlox. R.iobi Phineaa WeDer.
    IWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
    pnservat.ve. Rabbi Zevi Green- |
    1
    " ..: I Q ::> i> m Sermon
    in s'urv Ive In -in -Mil
    las 8:80 |i ...
    e
    |PDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
    Ave Rev Cantor Sadi Nah-
    Sal urdn.i S 80 .. m Ser- I
    .! Mnturyn.t s :l
    Ii > uf LAu ,"
    |E ADATH YESHURUN. Con.
    ' 10>5 NE 183rd St.. Miami
    |r; Rd. R.ibbi Jonah E Caplan.
    i Maui-ic* Neu.
    I< i and 13 p.m. Students ol ;
    n r .Mr. lUta Norman Undau! temple bna. Xbraham. sa.
    TEMPLE BETH EL of uni i v : NE 167th St. Concervative. Rabbi
    WOOD. 1351 S. 14 aF Refo;m' fifi?? jf" z">"n- Cantor Alex-
    Rabbi Samuel Jaffa e rm ,nder Cohen^
    >>'"> TH". P..". Parent, of is.-llai..,,* TEMPLE BNA! SHOLOM. 16800 NW
    We Must Support Our
    Institutions of Learning
    B y RABBI ALLEN RUTCHIK
    United Synagogue of America
    Even today, when we afe sen-
    sitive in the needs ol our-schools
    and to tin. importance of educa-
    tion, most ni us would be skep-
    tical at the thought of-nne p;ir-
    ticular school holding toe Eate ol
    an entire people in its hands.
    Yet this is what actually bap
    pened in ancient times, and If is
    happening, to a degree, this very
    day in America.
    The Human Empire destroyed
    Jerusalem and the Holy Temple,
    in the year 70 C. E. The land
    was desolate, its leaders slain.
    its institutions ravaged. Rabbi
    Yochanan ben Zakkai asked for
    permission to establish a school
    at Yavneh. a small town near
    the Mediterranean coast. The
    small school nurtured great
    minds, a magnificent tradition
    was enriched, while the people's
    soul lived on. Yavneh was a
    small school, but a great one be-
    cause it breathed life into our
    people at a moment of desperate
    need.
    This is the year 1964. We live
    in a glorious land of freedom;
    we support and are sustained by
    the State of Israel. Our institu-
    tions and community organiza-
    tions are intact and flourishing.
    Our leaders are respected, and
    their message is eagerly heard.
    We suffer, not from pains of de-
    struction, but as one who is hun-
    gry in the midst of plenty.
    Our people wish to learn, to
    be led, but alas, we have few
    teachers and leaders who can
    serve. We need not create an-
    other Yavneh to keep our people
    alive; Yavneh is already here
    but it struggles to do its work.
    often neglected by the very peo-
    RABBI AUtN RUTCHIK
    oreof schools needed
    pie who clamor for leadership.
    Today's equivalent of Yavneh
    are the rabbinical schools and
    Hebrew teachers institutes of
    our country, small schools, but
    great ones.
    What good are the multitude
    of activities and programs, the
    numerous conventions and
    speeches, if tomorrow we awake
    to find a contented, free, and
    prosperous people, suddenly
    without teachers, from whom to
    learn, without rabbis to lead?
    The issue is quite clear; more
    important than anything at the
    moment is the need to maintain
    the modern day Yavnehs of our
    country. I urge all Jews to open
    their hearts to every seminary
    and school working to train Jew-
    ish leaders for the great tomor-
    how that can be ours it we uiJl
    it.
    22 ave. Conaervative. Rabbi S
    M. Machtei.
    Friday K:::u p.m. L*w Pay Rervicea
    Oui-ei vpeaker, Keymour London. Oneff
    Hnabbnt boated liy Sisi.rho.nl. Batur-
    naj '.;:.. ay)!. Youth Services.
    TEMPLE Eh*NU-EL. 1701 Washing-
    ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
    Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler.
    Prlday 8:30 p.m. Saturday I a.m Bai
    -Miiz.aii: Jay, .-..n uf Mr. and -Mis.
    Benjamin Levin Has Mltsvnh: Allea,
    daughter ol .Mr.-. Eidyth II. Qelger.
    TEMPLE ISRAEL* "isT NE 19th St.
    Heform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
    Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
    I Friday 8:18 p.m. Herinon: "The Pray-
    er Amendment to the I'l.iiMltiitioii."
    Rellirloua School and Henlor llinh De-
    partment graduates srll be honored.
    TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ava
    Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordeca
    Podet and Cantor Oordon Richards.
    r*riilav sir, p.m, I'ulj.it -Ku.-st. i:ahl,i
    snn ford s.lt.-r. rittional director,
    I'nion of American llelirrw <'..n*:rr-
    Kiilons. Saturday 10:30 a.m. Max
    -Mitzvah: I'.rn Susan, dauishler uf
    -Mr. and -Mrs. Siflm-y Deutach'.
    TEMPLE MENORAH.- 620 75th St
    Conaervative. Rabbi Mayer Abram
    ewitx. Cantor Edward Klein.
    FYlda) >:i". p.m. Harmon: "Jenriah
    ,\isl'.'"'.....' Batlnctlon." Service*
    will h.- dedlcatiM to .Mother's [las
    Susan, dauarhtar of Mr. ami Mrs. Mel-
    vln Rubel, ill receive Olrl Scouts of
    America Menm-ah Award, bhturda)
    ! a.m. Sermon: "The Portion of the
    UftM liar Mitzvah: Ronald, h......<
    .Mi and .Mis Loula Cohen.
    TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th st. anc
    Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi
    tionai. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz
    Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
    1 i' "1 .......i Saul II Breeli
    and in,-ml., t> of Hie Juniol chuli will
    '" honon .1 .-.,.i.i.i.iv is .m l:,,.
    UtlSVuh I'.ii.mi. .-..|, of \|| n,id \|,
    i.. .ii.u.i Cold. hi ra
    Tf"JfLE ***f>-OM^ Conservative
    87so SW 16th St Miami. Rabbi
    Samuel April. Cantor oersnun l,...
    1 : |> 111 SUI I! i H S | || ,
    I |ihi n. .-.a i.i Mr and
    -M iurd Sh......I,.,..
    ----
    TEMPLE S'NAI OP NORTH MIAMI
    19101 \F 15th ave. Reform. R.id
    bi Daniel M. Lowy Cantor Chei
    Gaie.
    W lal tin
    H i-lt
    1 - .i '.! -. u.....- Aitli r... ih-
    !... in May W III he
    TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 9;
    Flamingo Way. Conservative. RabD
    Hyman G|-oss.
    - ----
    TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave
    Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks
    Cantor Ben Dickson.
    l-'ri.l.i.i i:. p.m s.-:.....n. "Mother's
    Pay All \i-ar." Satunluj S 13 an.
    Sermon: A !' iv I >___ nl ,!> llnr
    Mitzvah: luihert, s..n ..i Mr. an.I Mi*.
    Wlllum i-.-u.i-.
    TEMPLE ZION. 3720 SW 17th st
    Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wii
    man. Cantor Leo Urllcb.
    I-1 -in. iv s:.... ii.mHav .Mitzvah: Sn.-an.
    daiiKht>-r- of f and Mrs. Iteuvan
    Kalman, Saturday a.m. Bar Mitz-
    vah: All.li. .son of Ml and Mis. Paul
    Kati.
    TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miam
    ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henri
    Wernick.
    Friday v::n p.m. Sermon: "CountlnA
    Day*." Ones Shabbai boated by Sis-
    terhood in honor of Mrs. Etta Kline. I
    "Mother of the If ear." Saturda) :
    a.m. Sermon: "Tho Portion ol the :
    Week."
    YOUNG ISRAEL.. ^io" NE 171 at ;
    Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwm Staubei
    Prldaj 0::;.. p.m. Saturday : a.m. Ser-
    mon: "Mother's I >aj
    SAUL RABIN
    Rabin to Receive
    Educators Honor
    Saul Rabin, education director
    Of Beth David Congregation Reli
    gious School, was this week chos-
    en among the lirst group of edu-
    cational leaders In Jewish schools
    tliioughout the nation to receive
    a Principal's Certificate from the
    Board of License oi the American
    Association for .Jewish Kducation.
    Folly ni:e principals and educa-
    tional directors of Jewish Schools)
    in the United States and Canada
    will be awarded Principal's Cer>
    tificates at the 38th annual con-,
    ference ol the National Council
    tor Jewish Education opening in.
    Atlantic City, N.J.. on Thursday,
    May 21.
    Rabin is a graduate of Herzliah
    Hebrew Teachers Institute. Brook-
    is n College and the University of
    Rochester, from which he receiv-
    ed B Master's degree ol Educa-
    tion.
    He has served as president of
    the Educators' Council of Greater
    Miami and of the Florida Region
    of the Educators Assembly of the
    United Synagogue of America. At
    present, he is on the Executive
    Hoard of the Educators Assembly
    ol the United Synagogue of Amer-
    ica.
    Lag B'Omer Picnic
    Students of the Beth El Hebrew
    and Sunday Schools held their an-
    nual Lag B'Omer picnic on Sun-
    day at Crandon Park.
    Parkinson Meeting Slated
    A meeting of the Women's Di-
    vision. National Parkinson Foun-
    dation, will be held Thursday.
    May H. 1 p.m.. in the Charle-
    niagne Room of the Deauville
    Hotel i
    Available yearly or
    High Holidays.
    All-around Cantor,
    Baal Musef, Baal
    Koreh & Shofar.
    REV. HY ISRAEL
    3361 SW 26th St.
    Ph. 445-2760
    rynr*.......'""
    MPLE EMANU-EL
    701 WASHINGTON AVE.
    Miami Beach
    several openings for
    )AY SCHOOL TEACHERS
    Ho 1964-65 school year.
    be certified end licensed
    pode County School System.
    send complete biographical
    rmution with application.
    Harmony Lodge Installs Officers
    Bernard Langberg was installed
    president of Harmony Lodge, B'nai
    B'rith, at installation ceremonies
    during the Florida Federation
    convention here last week.
    In accepting the gavel, Lang-
    berg announced a charter mem-
    bership of "well over 100." The
    group's first president, Charles
    Kossove, now president of Free-
    dom Lodge, was installed honor-
    ary president.
    Others installed were Morton B.
    Luxner. Michael Ross, Rabbi Max
    Lipschitz. and Paul Besser, vice
    presidents;
    William Wiener, financial sec-
    retary; Arthur Lubar, recording
    secretary; Hy Astor, correspond-
    ing secretary; Lawrence Sootin,
    treasurer; Moray Sklarov, chap-
    lain; and Barnard Gold, war-
    den.
    rnim ."Iw'el.M____J David H. Ratner and William
    RGE CONSERVATIVE
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    M. Wolfe were installed in ab-
    sentia as trustees. Installed di-
    rectora were Jerry J. DuDell.
    Nathan S. Glazier. Abe Silver.
    Judge Norman H. Goldstein. Judge
    Martin P. Shachat. Bernard Ber-
    man. Stanley B. Goldberg. Martin
    Mandell, Joseph Schmier, Max
    Silver. Jerome Wiatric. Jack
    Raphael and Jerry Nagle.
    Installing officer was Judge
    Milton S. Friedman, past presi-
    dent of District Grand Lodge 5.
    Harmony Lodge meets the first
    Monday of every month at Beth
    Torah Congregation. Guest speak-
    er Monday was Ben Essen, Miami
    attorney, who discussed "Anti-
    Semitism in the Soviet Union."
    On June 1. Rabbi Jonah E. Cap-
    lan, spiritual leader of Temple
    Adath Yeshurun. will address Har-
    mony Lodge on "Three R's or
    Knur?"
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    Friday, May 8. 1964
    Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDUN
    Literary Polemic That Deserves a Meaningful Reward
    THE FANATIC. By Mayer Levin. 478 pp. New York:
    Simon and Schustar. 630 Fifth Ave. $5.95.
    LIKE "COMPULSION," like "Kva." Mcjur Levin's,
    controversial now book is written in the tradi-
    tion .1 realistic fiction I have worked away
    rron) the actuality, tor the Important reason that l
    wanted to convey an emotional rather than a cir
    cuintantul experience.' hf writes in the Foreword,
    that the emotional experience has been ripped from
    his inakfan, I'itmu the a :ony of tin by now well known
    circumstantial experience, is a fact that increases
    the creative depths of the novel, but should have
    no beating on its literary evaluation
    The .-lory i- soon through the oyos of I dead
    writer, Lap Kite, whose murdered bodji rots m i
    mau grave at A-aacbente. but whese spirit, dybbak
    like lives in the manuscript of his book and in the
    consciousness of those concerned with his message
    L0 stands as svmbol and voice of the six million,
    and it is with the sacredness of that trust that a
    voung American rabbi and .vriter. Maury Hnkle-
    tein. who has stumbled across the manuscript., and
    f&Uefc in love with Leo'l girl. Anika. tries to get
    the book published in the United States
    The book is published and is wildly successful.
    It becomes a tremendously valuable property, and
    Mnuiy's mission is to dramatize it so that l.eo's
    words in their splendid final assertion of Jewishness
    and Zionism will ring out on the stage in living
    \oices. What happens to the oook and to Maury.
    and to Anika, now his wife torm the substance
    of this novel, it is a terrifying, Kafka esque night-
    marc of the ways in which an artist's work can be
    As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
    Wallace Reminds Us of an Old World Custom
    Ghosts OF the grand kleagies,
    >> ih and cyclop* wrapped in the
    evitahle nightdress of the Ku Klux
    an bowed ave* Indiana's preatden
    i pr men election Gw George C
    Mane, oi Uabanaa. sparred by his
    -cousin coup, has been difgtng hard
    r years in the Hoosier State And Ifl
    at land ol the Wnbaeh, as the grej
    itnds among as remember, the Ku
    K ul Man cut o deeply into politics in the second and
    nil decades ot this century that a governor Ol Indiana
    .1 a major Oi IndlSOnpttHi were indicted am) convict
    t, wiuie Kn Klux Kian Grand Dragon D C Staphenenn.
    foreign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN
    An Unjust Demand
    jrnanaeen
    THE PRESSURE SOU
    ' being eaerted bj
    ... n Israel that
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    at Nebi Rubin be in
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    Ml M K-bac reacaar piacwd under ta* Apeney'* a>
    .-rw**w has been used ta creaae the trroneoci.
    - .m that Israel u opposod aa ts>e trry idea
    4*eraecaauol miar -tut Ths* Ini hem
    the mm as can be The fact j> that Israe-.
    gpirwd the exteauaan the Acer.
    - <-. .-ii tv%*cs. Thar nan *&* the stand tacts
    -*e bass. Ce*ea debut < an is* >**-
    eev n>iiiatanah\i. .: etas :v An: >:.
    hdt afi xveed agaanst
    The I raanftrsea are auauaw.^ represenl-
    ed or "V Kxari Te years agv (ha :in&*i*c?
    H Pre* Btrinra. bend nf isrnet* Aaauaar Ea-
    ec s'.vatnxajaon. anas pan narvaed. ban a. tan lass
    acute** nn Arab jiwmii. the nwman neon
    to the recreseaatatBY at f^aaraan htxrtr. tast
    year, the A*ecj etrahbhhPi! ^s atuadht Eaaaern
    -nanad la Jsrae-. > .-^-jt mam that Israca
    I he barred frwen any awwn to n.
    Ol Indiana, was sent to prison tor life
    Some political dopesters figure that II Wa
    r.ils 264.000 votes in the Wtsconsin-Mci area, he
    should make a creditable show m- in Indianathe heart-
    land Of the early 20th Century Ku Klux Klan There may
    be a catch to tins prediction Sen Harry GoldwateT
    i.ot running In the Wisconsin preiimutax) race; aad many
    who voted tor Wallace may well have been anting to*
    mark a ticket tor .. states light! advocate Bat in In-
    diana. WallaceIn his primary contest with Gov. Mat-
    thew E. Welshshould find that Republican vote:- have
    the privilege of casting their ballots tor Goldwater.
    Again, many Republicans crossed party lines Wis
    sin to vote tor Wallace whereas Indiana permits no
    > l .'---o\ or voting
    In ang event, the Indiana election this week and the
    Maryland Maj IS election will oner the nation additional
    opportunities to see how Wallace can draw
    state with his cry of "Segregation Now. Segregal
    Tomorrow. Segregation Forever.' Tne balloting BC ITS
    m the same period in which tied rights lemonstrators
    are kinds of : -- atten
    tion to their cause. These are young.
    stra: those people who vote tor Wall)
    any thine but young in heart arxl spoil S '
    mat ,han
    Manx pi iters have < arefullj
    .. t out
    those who botbej
    the Alabama segi
    a) toe Valla*
    Uti ads in Wlscom
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    exploited, bastardized, vulgarized, emasculated a
    distorted. The villains are a publishing house and
    a particular Broadway coterie, and the especial
    accusation is a political one: that there are Com-
    munist affiliates in these areas dedicated to the sup
    pression of Zionist works.
    This is very strong stuff, and the reader will
    of course, draw the immediate parallels with The
    Diary of Anne Frank" and Meyer Levin's own ex-
    perience with the drama rights and the lawsuit
    which resulted, and the "character assassination'
    and "blacklisting" which followed, and which, he
    says still continue. But such arc the uses ot
    adversity he has written a powerful, scathing
    attack, a plea for the integrity of the
    for the Jewish vision.
    There are flaws.* One of them is tbi
    of the dead Leo's voice, which tends to
    precious alter a time. Another is that the >jung
    rabbi'- characterisation, as he goes through ihf
    ordeal of litigation and slander and betrayal, ii
    nificently done, even to the brutal horn
    recognizing that the fanatic, even when nghl cu
    be irritating and tiresome; but it is to the dethmen
    of the othei figures in the book, none n ap-v,
    i lus development. A third is Levin's com-'
    pulsum. perhaps, to document his case .;; cne
    often has the uncomfortable sense of r<
    fiction but chronicle: the scenes which
    arj seem to stand on a different Ii .
    which are documentary.
    But it i- an extraordinarv book ., .- .
    the best of the classic styles of liter... polemic.
    How does one reward this kind of coun \
    remember, always, that it was this puutishi
    and Schuster, and this writer. Meyer Levin
    Off ffce Record:
    By NATHAN ZIPRIN
    A Messianic Climate
    sjuhen will Messiah come"
    " liencrations upor. genentWM
    [of Jews have been a>f.
    urunswered question .. real
    Surely Hi -- would
    and he would br;r.. redemp
    tion from humih.'.. m per
    secution and fron. indaae
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    [day. May 8, 1964
    *Jp?i<#> Mrricfirin
    Page !5-A
    LEGAL NOTICE
    NOTICE UNDFR
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    ... iTICK IS HEREBY IIIVJON thai
    f iTiW.Vyftrr.-'ir. Welrint "til eiflndY
    business nii'i'-r the fictitious nami
    \! ,v M l-l'.'l 'i:s al 127*1 N W 02nd
    Miami, Florida Intends to reg-
    -.iii name with the Clerk of the
    ill Court "i' Dad* County, Flur-
    i: H i.iiji'i "It VI 'Kl'i IRATII IN
    a l-'l-i. i lorp. '
    h'i:US, HRI M IN -\ KAPLAN
    it..i if i.- for Applicant
    .. s v\ 1st Street
    _______ 4/17-24, 5/1-11
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    [eleventh jud CIAL circuit of
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNT/ IN CHANCERY
    No. 64C 4113
    III I IS RERAN,
    Plaintiff,
    M \l!lA RERAN,
    I lefendiint.
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    i i MARIA RERAN
    , .i Thomas Lcaclone
    2636 Northwest lstreet
    Apartment No. fin
    Washington, D.C.
    V..U. MARIA HKRAN, Hie hereb)
    .lifted that a Bill ol Complaint for
    itvorce has been fll,.,i against you,
    -ii.i you are required t' serve b coio
    our Answer or I'leading to th.
    Rill ..f 'iikfplsti>it on the Plaintiff's
    attorney, BERT K. oi.so.N. B13 Aius-
    BulMina;, Miami, Dade County,
    irlda, and file the original Answfci
    Pleading In the office .if the Clerk
    the Circuit Court "n or before Hit
    |Mh da} of May, 1964. If you fiiil to
    Ii.. no, judgment by default win be
    |ak< ii against you tor the relief de-
    i mded in the Hill of Complaint.
    ThlM notice shall be published once
    ni-ti week for four consecutive weeks
    PHK JEWISH KI.ORIDIAN.
    DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
    da, thla 13th daj ot April, A 11
    101.
    B i: WEATHERMAN, Clerk,
    . i Court, hade Countj. Florida
    ill By: K. M. I.YMAN
    Depul) Clerk
    |ii:rt e. oijsi >\
    Alnsley Building
    Miami, ki>.i Ida FR i -Tool
    rnej for Plaintiff
    _____________________4 17-21. .-.. i-s
    |lN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    iN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 62S79-C
    |N UK K-i.ii,. ,.f
    w'Ii.i.ii; i:. LEWIS
    Hi ceased.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    All Crt .lii.ii- and All Pi raons II..\ -
    r.- Claims or Demands Against s.u.l
    ,.il,-:
    | v..n .ir.. hereb) notified and re-
    ed to presi nt an) i ; ilms and de-
    iidH which ...u niH\- have agalnsl
    . -t.it.- of WILLIE B, I.KWIS, le-
    -..I late ..r Hade County, Kl.ni.hi.
    Hi.. Count) Judges of Bade County,
    I file the -..in,, in their offices In
    County Courthouae In Bade Coun-
    f, Florida, within six calendar months
    m the date of the first publication
    r-"i*. or the same will be barred,
    in:1.1.a Davis
    bldman, Goldstein A: Pacsier
    gtnrne) s
    i-i w.st Flatter Street
    Miami 35, Florida
    1/24, 5/1-8-15
    rmeiw
    LEGAL NOTICE
    BY HENRY LEONARD
    Hastside'ILodgEv,.:^
    JEWISH LIEN'S gLoe^;
    U i UIM l i 1 7T i. i. > i ilK.liiiin t
    \

    ~\

    "Lapidus always brings his own."
    fopr. 1964, Daytnu P.oduclioni
    ' IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    IN RE: Bati......f
    KSTII.L E SPARKS
    I leceased.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    .Ins Claims or Demands Against Said
    Estate:
    You are hereby notified and re-
    quired I., present an) claims and de-
    mands which you may have against
    the eatate of ESTII.l. E. SPARKS,
    deceased late of Bade County, Flor-
    ida, to the County Judges of Bade
    County, and file the sum., in duplicate
    and as provided In Section 733.16
    Florida Statutes, in their offii In
    the County Courthouse In Bade Coun-
    ty, Florida, within six calendar months
    from the time of the flral publii il n
    hereof, or the same ill be bn d
    Bated at Miami Florida, this i :rl
    ; day ..r April, A.D. 18(4.
    l.'H'is HEIMAN
    As Executor of Batata of
    Estlll E. Sparks, Deceased
    I First publication of thla nol
    the I7ili daj ..r April, 1944.
    MYERS, HEIMAN .v- KAPLAN
    By: Louis Heiman
    . At tome) s for Executor
    1160 B.W. 1st St., Miami, Fla.
    4/17-24, 5 1-8
    ATTENTIOK.
    ATTORNEYS!
    gclicits your legal noticas.
    We appreciate your
    patronage and guarantee
    accurate service at legal
    rates .
    Dial FR 3-4605
    for messenger service
    LEGAL NOTICE
    re-
    LEGAL NOTICE
    LEGAL NOTICE
    NOTICE UNDER
    I FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY ttlVEN that
    thi undersigned, desiring i" engage
    in business un.lt r the fictitious name
    ..'' l:l< U.i Hilf'AL ASSOCIATES .1
    I'ii Box .".:;-:'.'.:: Miami, Fla., Intend
    ... reglstei -..i.l name with the Clerk
    ..i the Circuit n I of Bade "'..nun.
    Florida.
    STAN I BY JOHN S5ACHARIAS
    II.A MAE KACHARIAS,
    i:.iii.i] Partners
    Bv PACIi KWITNEY
    of SILVERSTEIN, KWITNEY
    and tioudlss
    An..i n. \ for Aim*Ii.Mins
    120 Lincoln Road Mall
    4/17-24,
    and
    l-N
    notice by publication
    in the circuit court of the
    Eleventh judicial circuit of
    florida in and for dade
    county. in chancery,
    No. 64C 4717
    iYMoND LEWIS WILLIS,
    Plaintiff
    Vsj,
    1 11. it ndanl.
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    DoUiRES LEE WI1XIS.
    21 ii Herbert Street
    l lalttanore, Maryland
    ou, DOLOKEfc \.v.v. WILLIS,
    !> notified that a I'.ill of C.....-
    tint for Divorce lias been filed
    Unst vi>u, and you are required t'1
    . a copy ..r your Answer or Plead-
    to the, Hill ..f Complaint on the
    Untlff'a atorney, PAUL KWITNEY,
    i.in. oin Road, .Miami Beach 3:>.
    nl.i and tile the original Answer
    Pleading in the office ol the < lerk
    the Circuit Court on or before the
    hi da) ..I June, IS64. if you fail to
    so, Judgment by dtfaull will lie
    en against you fur the relief de-
    fault 'i i'i the Bill of Complaint.
    Tins notice shall be published onoe
    rh week for four consecutive weeks
    THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
    DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
    i fla, this t8th day nf April. A.I i.
    i: n. i.ea niEit.MAN. Clerk,
    Brcuit Court, I'ade County, Florida
    H> : I. S.VEEDEN,
    Dfput) t'l.ik
    111. KWITNEY, i:>.|.
    ' l.ln. oin Rood
    inn Beach 39, Florida
    ll'.i n.-y for Plaintiff
    I i -8-1S-22
    THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOrt DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 6306 (Judge Clark)
    RE: Estate ..f
    ItillN BRKNKACS
    i k a JOHN BRENi "AS
    I leceased,
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    I'laium or D. in.in.l- Aeainat Salil
    tat.-:
    ii are hi eby notified and re-
    1 in presem any claims and de-
    IntlK whl.li you may have against
    j estate ol JOHN HKUNKACtt a/lt/a
    IIIN BRENC.V8 deceased late of
    Couaty, l-'iurida. tu the County
    |ges nf Bade County,.and file the
    m duplloate an.I .is provided in
    Itlon ni.lt. Kl.iri.ia Statutes, in
    jir offices iii the Goitnty Courthouse
    IDade County, Plorlda, within six
    . ndar months i pom the time of
    first publiuatlon hereof, or the
    _.e will be buiri d
    puti-il ai Miami. Florida, thla 88th
    of April, A. n. 19i i
    MALCOLM II. FRIEDMAN
    As Administrator
    fill pujbiloatlon of this, notice on
    Mh day of May, 1864.
    ll.i'OI.M Kltii:i I.M...N. Attorney
    I Bacui Ity Trust Bldg.
    5/8-15-2J-89
    NOTiCF. OF INTENTION TO
    APPLY FOR CHANGE OF NAME
    CHANCERY NO.-64C 3999 Pearson
    To Whom n May t'"m rrn:
    Notice is h.-r-i.\ ui\ n thai the un-
    dersigned natltleners. HENRY c.
    11'\i vs/i'wsKi and mi:i.i:ni: TOM-
    \.-zi:\vski whosi residence address
    is ..I N.W. Tfiti Street l.-.t D 435,
    Miami. Florida, In the City of Miami.
    Dade County, Florida, Intend In apph
    to trm Honorable RAY PB\RSON,
    Judge ..i the Eleventh .hull. In I <"ir-
    eult, in and for Bade County, at his
    office in thr County Court House, at
    n.nii o'clock A.M.....i the 85th day of
    May, 1864, or as noon thereafter as
    the) ma) be heard, for an order
    . hanging their natm s from HENRY
    i-. TOMASZBWSKI uml HELEN E
    TOMASZEWSK1, t.. HENRY C.
    TlloMAs.' a,| HELEMK THOMAS.
    by which name they will thereafter
    la- known.
    Bated at Miami. Florida, this lltli
    day ..f April. A.D. 1864.
    HENRY C. TOMASZBWSKI
    HEI.ENE TOMABZEWSKI
    Petitioners
    ROBERT I.. OROVER
    AttOI u. > for IVtitii.n.-rs
    6830 Indian t'r.'.k Drive
    Miami Beach, FlaIN I.SSS1
    4,17-24. "./1-S
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 62676 A
    IN RE: Estate of
    Mi IRRIH M. BARRON
    Deceased.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
    Estate:
    You are berebj notified and re-
    quired l" in. s. it any claims an.I di -
    man.is wiiieh you may heve against
    il,. eatate of MORRIS M. BARRON,
    deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
    ida, ii the County Judges of Dade
    County, and file the same In duplicate
    and as provided In Section 7::::.Ui.
    Florida Statutes, in their offices in
    the County Courthouse In Dads Coun-
    ty, Florida, within six calendar months
    from the time of the first pub'leatl in
    hereof, or the same m be ba ted
    Dated at Miami. Florida, this liili
    day of April, A.D. 1MB.
    MARY BARRON
    As Executrix
    SIMON. HAYS X- 6>Bl'NDWTSRQ
    Attorneys for EKeoutrlx
    SOI Alnsley Htill.lliiK
    Miami. Florida S3133
    4 17-31. 3 D8
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
    No. 64C 3953
    nt'Y i: ii xssei.i;.
    Plalntlfl
    \ s
    ERNESTINA II Assi'.l.i:.
    I h fi ndant.
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    TO: ERNESTINA HAS5TELE
    172*. .liin.l ion 1 luiilrv ,r i!
    Corona, I. I N. w York
    You, la ii. ~tin,, Haasele, are here-
    b) notified that a li.il of Complaint
    I'm Divorce has been tiled
    you, ami you are required to serve
    a rop) i.r your Answer or Pleadlmi
    to the Hill nf I'omplsuit mi the Plain-
    Mffs attorney, SAM HMMIM, 20 s.E.
    First Avenue, Miami. Florida, and
    file iii.- original Answer or Pleading
    in the office ..i the Clerk of the t'lr-
    null Court on or before tin- isth
    da) "f Mm. l'-i'.l. If you fail to do
    so, juilKirit nt hy d.-fault will be tnk-
    . n against you t'"r the reUef demanded
    in the Hill nf Complaint.
    This notice shall be published once
    en-h week for four consecutive weeks
    in THE .lEWISIf KDOKIDIAN.
    DONE AND oi;|ii:i:Kli .ii Miami.
    Florida, this 0th day of April A.D.
    1864
    E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
    Circuit Court, Dad.- County. Florida
    tCircult i 'oiirt Seal >
    B) : C. P i-oiti. \N'|i
    Deputy Clerk
    SAM HI.OOM
    lii Si:. First Avenue
    Miami. Florida
    Alinlm v for Plaintiff
    4/17-21. .".1-8
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 62899
    IN RE: E.st.it,. ..f
    LOITIS TEITELBAUM
    I leceased.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To Mi Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing Claim* or Demands Against Said
    Estate:
    You are hereby notified and
    [ aulred to present any claims uml ..
    inlands which you may have against
    the estate of lands Teltelbaum de-
    ceased late nf Dad.- County, Florida,
    I to the County Judges of Bade Coun-
    ty, and rile the s.ni in duplicate and
    ii- provided In Section T::::. I;. Florida
    Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
    ty Courthouse In Da.i,. County, Flor-
    da, within si\ (alendar months from
    time of tli' first publication here-
    t Ii.- s.i in.- w ill be barred,
    irlda, tins I7th
    ih.
    Of, "I
    Bated nl Miami, Fli
    da) nf A|n il. \ i, IH64.
    ANN \ B1SENBERO
    As i:\iii.h \
    First publle.nlon of this no
    the J4th .lav of April, 1964,
    I'HEREN ,\ iii il.l ii:\
    Aitorne) s f..r Executrix
    6l)7 i II) mpla Bldg., .Miami. Fla.
    I 34,
    I-8-1S
    IN
    IN
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    No. 64C 3728
    NI'MANiMA I.ORA CANCINO,
    Plaintiff,
    CARLOS '.\N 'l.\i i,
    TO
    Defendant.
    CARLOS CANCINO
    THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 62635-C
    RE: Estate of
    HERMAN UNAS
    Deceased.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Cred.....s ond All Persons Hav-
    ing Claims in' In mauds Against Saul
    Estate:
    You are hereby notified and re-
    I quired to present any claims and de-
    mands which you .a iv have agalnsl
    the .state of HERMAN UNAS,
    deceased lati "f Dad,- County, Flor-
    ida, to the 'ounty Judges ..r Bad*
    County, .md file the same In duplicate
    an.I as provided in Section 7::."..Hi.
    Florida statin s. In their offices In
    the County Courthouse In Bade Coun-
    ty, Florida, within six calendar months
    from tin- time of the first publleatlon
    hereof, or the ani< iM be barred.
    Dated at Miami. Florida, Uiis ISth
    da) "t April, A.D. nun,
    Mil.DA I.INAS WEINBBRQ
    As Executrix
    First publi-dtlnn of this notiee on
    the 17th day nf April, IS64
    ARONoVITZ. SILVER .>. SCHER
    Attorneys for Executrix
    tin? Alnsley Building
    Miami, Florida
    ' 17-24. 5 1-v
    Bob ita, Colombia, S.A.
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    Y.ni, i'AIII.os CANCINO, sre here-
    by notified that a Hill of Complaint
    for Divorce has i.-n filed against you,
    and you are ri quired to serve a copy
    of your Answ.-r or lit-atliiiB to the Hill
    ..f Ctnnpliilni on the Plaintiff's attor-
    ney, A JAY CRIHTOL, 21 N.E. Firat
    Avenue, Miami. Florida, 83131 I'.S.A.
    ami file Hie orlglnnl Answer or Plead-
    ing In tin- office of tlie Clerk of the
    Circuit Court on or before the 25th
    das of Mai. 1844, If you fail to do so.
    Judgment b) default will be taken
    agalnsl you for the rt-li.-f demanded
    m the BUI nl' <'.niiplaint.
    This notice shall be published onoe
    each we.-k fo- four consecutive weeks
    in THE JEWISH I'M Htll H AN.
    DUNE AND ORDERED at Miami.
    Km id. i. this *0th day of April A.I'.,
    I'ii.I
    E. II LEATHERMAN, <1. rk,
    Circuit Court, Bade ('ounty, Florida
    is.all B) : K. M, I.YMAN
    I n.iiy Clerk
    Weintmub, Welntrauh A Crlstol
    13th i'i...... Da i. Federal Bldg.
    2i n.i: ist Ave., Miami, via.
    By: \. .lav Crlstol
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
    AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN CHANCERY
    No. 64C 4080
    ALICE I'll ATI.. IS,
    Plaintiff.
    Vs.
    EDWARD CHATLOS,
    Defendant.
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    Yi 'I Kim Mil l l 'IIATI.i iS. !, si-
    .l.n.'. address unknown, are requir-
    ed to file your answer tu th......n-
    plalnt for Divorce with the Clerk of
    the iii.\t- styled Court and serve a
    copy thereof upon Herman Cohen,
    Esq., 1*10-11 Congress Building, Mi-
    ami. Florida, on or before May 18th,
    1:11.1 in slse complaint will1 be tnkt-n
    as confessed. BATED April 13th,
    1864.
    i: l: LEATHERMAN
    s i'Urk of th. Circuit Court
    (seal) By: K, M. i.yman
    Deput) Clerk
    4/17-24, -. 1-8
    I AHoi-tif) for Plaintiff
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ItTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT iN AND
    FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    IN CHANCERY
    No. 64C 4205
    STANLEY R. BOBINSKI,
    Plaintiff,
    vs.
    CONCETTA R. BOBINSKI,
    Defendant.
    NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
    TO; o.M'ETi'A R. BOBINSKI
    in Roae Reale
    .1 Cotton Hollow Road
    Maugatuck, i "oi.....itlcut
    YOB ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
    a la.inplMiiit f-.r l>lvoree has been
    fill il against J on, and > oil art- re-
    quired to serve i copy of >mir Answer
    .hi the Plaintiff's attorney, RollERT
    ii. traerk;. iis."i iini'oni Building,
    Miami, i-mi i.ia. and file the original
    Answer In tin- tifflci ol the Clerk of
    the Circuit Court, ....... before Ihe1
    18th day of May, 1864; otherwise, the
    allegations In said Complaint will be
    taken as confessed b) you, and a De-
    er,-.' Pro Confesso svill i"' eatered
    agalnsl you fur the relief prayed i"i
    In said Complaint.
    I lATBI i this lith day .'f Api II, 1864
    E. B. I.E\TI|I'|(M IV ,1,
    (seal) By: '. P COPBLAND
    4,1.-21. 5/1-1
    I 21. ". I -8-1S
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR OADc OOUNI'V,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No 62907-C
    IN RE: Bstal.....'
    SAR \ll I ItOPElK
    I '. .'. is. d.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing Claims ni I. annuls Auuinsl Said
    l-.slal.-:
    You are hereby notified ami re-
    quired to i'ii s nt any i-laims ami de-
    mands which ou may have against
    the estate .: SARAH I. BOPEIK de-
    ceased late of Dad.- County, Florida,
    to the Count) Judges of Bade County.
    ami file th.- same in duplicate and -is
    I rotsidi d in s.i nun 738,16, Florida
    statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
    tj Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
    i la, m n Mm six Blends r mont I
    ih. time ot the first publication hen
    of, hi the same will ie barred.
    : .it Miami. I I.Hi.la. th
    day ..I April, A I' 1864.
    BERNARD II ROPBIK
    As Executor
    SAMCEL s. SMITH
    Attorne) for Executor
    4o7 Iaiiioln Road
    1 Miami I a .ii h, I ..i iila
    l.-
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DAUt COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 62913 A
    IN RE: Estate of
    si IPHIA MB.LER,
    I .e.-.'a.s.ii:
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To ah Creditor!* and All Persona Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Against Said
    Estati
    You are hereby notified uml re-
    quired to present an) claims and de-
    mands which you may have agalnsl
    the estate of SOPHIA MILLER, de-
    ceased late of Did. County, Florida,
    t< the County .I'tii-...... Bads Coun-
    ty, mi.i rile tin- sun., in duplicate and
    as |>rovlded In Section 733.16, Florida
    Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
    ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
    ida, within six calendar months from
    the time of the fiist publication here-
    of, or the same w ill be barred.
    Dated at Miami. Florida, tins
    da) of Api II, A I'. 1964,
    SEYMOl'R M. MILLER
    EDU Ai;|. .1 MILLER
    As Executors of Estati of
    Sophia Millet 'i' eased
    i publlcatlo! 'i this notli
    ii. : ti- day of \i I, IS i
    MYERS, HEIM \\ ,v KAPLAN
    B) : Louis Hi im.in
    At i ..in.) s for Executors
    11 '" > iv. First Street
    Miami, Flo I
    I 84, a
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUF. r
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 62798 A
    IN RE; Estate of
    ANNA DENMARK
    Defense.!.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hi
    Ing Claims or Demands Agalnsl s
    Estate
    You are hereby notified and l
    quired to present any claims and ii
    maii'ls which you may have BOS
    the estate of ANNA DENMAR
    deceased late of Hade County, Pli
    Ida. to the County Judges ..f De
    County, anil file tin- sain,- in dupllct
    and .is provided in Section 73.V.
    Florida Statutes, in their offices
    the County Courthouse In Dade Cou
    ty, Florida, within six calendar mom
    from the time of the first publicatl
    hereof, or the same will be barred
    Dated at Miami, Florida, this 5
    day ..f April, A.D. 1864,
    ALBERT DENMARK
    As Executor
    SIMON, HAYS A QRUNDWERQ
    ,\tt..i n. ) for Exi cutrix
    301 Alnsli \ Building
    Miami. Floi Ida 3 11 il
    4 17-21, ;
    IN THE COL'NTY JUDGE'S COUR "
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 61268 C
    IN RE: Estate .-f
    s WH'I'.I. KIBSEN
    11. i -, I
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To VII fri lltors and All Persona I'
    Ens i la n .- ii. Demands .\u.ii ^i >.
    Eatate:
    You are hereby notified and i
    i.'iii'.il i" present any claims and >'
    mamis which yon mav have aeain
    the estate of SAMUEL K18SEN .1
    aeased late of Dade County, l-loni-
    to tin- County Judges .if Dade Cou
    ty, and file the same in their offic- -
    in the County Courthouse In Da
    County, Florida, within six oalend
    months n-.'iii tin- date of Hi. in
    publication hereof, or the same s
    lie barred.
    I.i H'lS osinsev
    Executor
    HERBERT W. ABRAM80N
    Attorney f..i Executor
    I"." Lincoln Road
    ________________________________4 21. '. I-S-
    in the circuit court of the
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Oj
    FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    No. 64C 4326
    CARTERET SAVINGS AND
    LOAN Assi u'lATIo.N.
    Plaintiff,
    vs.
    FIN LEY JONES, Trustee in
    Bankruptcy, > t ai,
    Defendant
    NOTICE OF SUIT
    Hi BERTHA CAREY
    1084 Harris.in Avenue
    lean.. k. N.w Jersey
    You are hereby notified that tl -
    ibove captloned action has been ir
    siitnt.-.i against you in the Circa
    Court of the lith Judicial Circuit i
    Florida in ami for Dade County l
    foreclose i mortgage upon the io -
    lowing described real property:
    Lot 27. Block 13 CORRBCTEB I'I.A '
    OF BLOCK i.l CAROL CITY ai
    cording to the Plat thereof, record* I
    In Plat Book 61 at Pace 88 of tl
    Pnlille Records Of Made iiiiint
    Florida.
    You ar. required to file your ai -
    -vei to plaintiffs complaint with tl
    Clerk of the aforesaid Court, at
    serve n copy thereof upon plaintiff
    attorney MARTIN FINE, 14th Plot
    i a.it- Federal Bunding, Miami :i.
    Florida not later than May 26, 19
    or a Decree Pro Confesso will i.....
    tei ed against you.
    DATED: April 17, 1964.
    E. B. LEATHERMAN
    Clerk of tin- Circuit Com t
    (seal) Bs C. P. COPBLAND
    Deputy Clerk
    MARTIN FINE
    Atti rne) in- Plaintiff
    lith Floor Dade Fedetal Bide
    Miami 58, Klon.li
    4/24. ". 1-8-
    16th
    I II
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 62857 C
    IN RE: Estate "f
    NATHAN II. COHEN
    i'. t used.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons II.i-
    Ing Clnlmi or Demands Agalnsl Sa
    Estate.
    You reh) nd Ifled and r- -
    ulred i" present any claims and di
    mamis which you nia>- have agalni
    the estate of Nathan Q POHE
    deceased late ..f Dade County, Flor-
    ida, tu the County Judges of Dad
    County, and file the same In dupllcai
    .mil :i- provided in Section 733.li
    l .in Ids ~ a i utes, in their otfl.
    ih- '' unt) i 'ourthousi in i lad.- Conn
    n i: hln six alt ndar month
    from the time "f the first publlcatlo
    Ii, ret if, in. w ill be bai ri ,1.
    . a\ Miami, Florida, this SOt
    daj of April, \ 11. 196 i
    F \ Y .'. MIEN
    \- Administratrix
    First publication of this notlci
    the 24th .1 .. of Api II, 1864,
    LEON \ EPSTEIN
    Attorn i i"i Administratrix
    K.i.l.I
    M'auii I :... h, l-'li.l Ida
    1 84, 5 1-8-13


    Paqe 16-A
    * u^ittrtrrHitr
    Friday. Vr-
    8.19
    Eshkol Invites Lavon Back to Mapai Leadership!
    Rabbi Max J. Routtenberg
    spiritual leader oi Congrega-
    tion Bnai Sholom. Rockville
    Center. N.Y.. was elected to
    c one-year term ar president
    of the Rabbinical Assembly
    at the organization's 64th an-
    nual conveniion in Grossing-
    er's Hotel. Grossinger, N.Y.
    He succeeds Rabbi Theodore
    Friedman, spiritual leader of
    Congregation Beth El."South
    Orange. N.J.. president for
    the past two years.
    Father-Son
    Breakfast Held
    A father-andson brcakia.-i was
    held on Sunday. 930 a.m.. in the
    lharlcs Rosenberg Memorial Hail
    Of Temple Adath Yi-'mrun.
    All boys who were already Bar
    Mitzvah or are expected to oe
    Bar Mitzvah this year weir guests
    with their fathers
    Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan eon
    ducted a short service belure toe
    treakfa.-t
    THE JEWISH HOME
    FOR THE AGED
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    All Vour furniture. C/othina,
    linens, Dishes, Drapes, Etc.
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    THE JEWISH HOME FOR
    THE AGED THRIFT SHOP
    7331 N.W. 27th AVENUE
    Ph. 696-2101
    Closed Saturdays
    Continued from Page 1-A
    Prof. Nathan Rotenstreich, a
    leader of the intellectuals whs
    have rallied to Lavon cause in
    the controversy which becjan in
    a security mishap in lf&4, when
    Lavon was Defense Minister.
    Despite his insistence that he
    had not issued any of the or-
    ders which led to the security
    mishap, he was forced to re-
    sign. Later, when he renewed
    his charges that he had been
    mae'e a scapegoat for the mis-
    hapthe details of which have
    never been publicizedhe was
    forced out of Mapai leadership
    in a battle with Mr. Ben-Gurion.
    As the battle gained mopieii
    turn, the case was investigated
    -everal times. One probe was
    cunducted by a Ministerial Com-
    mittee on which Mr. Eshkol serv-
    id. which completely exonerated
    Lavon. Mr. Ben-Gurion refused to
    acoept that finding. Mr. Lavon's
    s within Mapai. as well as
    Ibe Intellectuals, continued to
    press for his complete rehabilita-
    tion.
    The Premier's in,or was read
    Monday by Prof. Rotcnstreich to
    . gathering >< 2.u00 Lavon sup-
    porters who met to decide on
    splitting away from Eshkol if the
    1'remier tailed to act on the is-
    sue. Despite the widespread grati-
    hcation in the party over the
    Premier's invitation, it appeared
    thai at least one branch of the
    Mapai felt that the invitation was
    U implied rebuke to Mr. Ben-
    Gorion. Prof. Rotcnstreich indi-
    cated that LavOO's supporters
    would withhold judgment until
    some definite action was taken by
    Manai in the matter.
    Premier Eshkol sent his letter that it would help t ,ren
    alter consultations with Mapai-Mapai and the 1- .
    leaders who included Knesset meat Moshc Sharm (,
    Speaker Kaddish Luz. Foreign T>rirnc Minister in
    Minister C.olda Heir, and Finance ..Qomcs ,
    Minister Pinhas Sapir. Speaker .,...., an "*
    Luz welcomed the letter saying it t.ce and that it .. ...
    Lridged over a serious gap and crisis.
    Adath Yeshurun Open House
    Open Hou-e and fall registra-
    tion is announced at Temple
    Ad.ith Yeshurun Nursery School
    and Kindergarten for children
    ages 3 to 6.
    Open House will take place on
    two consecutive Fridays, this
    week. May 8. and next, May 15
    Young guests will participate in
    a complete Nursery School day
    Rrcistration will allow eligible
    children to be registered
    tail semester, beginning :
    timber. Earn registrar*
    n.sure proper Nfistri
    Program include outdoc
    \ard. large air-cond.
    iKims and exrxr,. :
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    Beach Hadassah Slates
    Award Dinner Sunday
    Over 0O members of the Miami
    lllcad ?hapter of Hadassah will '
    leather at the Carillon Hotel on i
    ISunda: evening for a special j
    Bwari I inner and dance.
    Women who have made large
    Icontrit 'ions to the chapter's
    [fund-raising commitments will be,
    I honoi
    ! ssah'fl program of fund-
    i,t, si.-, is important in Israel."
    -.id :. Nat Barth. Miami Beach
    Chapt< president, "where our re-
    ..piins! .ities extend into the areas
    i,l hewing, teaching, research.
    youth services and vocational
    : ail -
    iir chairman is Mrs. Ann
    Melnni. who has arranged for
    Ihf L Walters show at the hotel
    {, i,. : esented. National anthem
    will led by Mrs. llattie Wag-
    ner, >--.th Aida Yaslo at the
    pinm
    award chairmen and pres-
    ho will represent their
    include:
    Harbor, Mrs. Barney Davis.
    Mrs, Gus Robert.--;
    Bra-deis, Mrs. William Saffir,
    -,-. it, Mrs. Earl Coplon;
    '
    group!
    Ba,
    I resi!
    Deborah, Mrs. Herbert Gutman.
    president, Mrs. Clarence Freed-
    nian;
    Esther, Mrs. Harry Herwitz,
    president. Mrs. Hattie Safir;
    I. R. Goodman, Miss Frances
    Lebon. president, Evelyn Brown;
    Henl, Mrs.'Ethel Herman, pres-
    dent, Mrs. Ben Zeigmund;
    Israeli, Mrs. Louis Goldman,
    president, Mrs. Joseph Meyers;
    Emma Lazarus, Mrs. Jack
    Goldman, president, Mrs. Norman
    Meyers;
    Morton Towers, Mrs. Esther
    Bergman, president. Mrs. S. Gold-
    Lerg;
    Reranah, Mrs. Allen Ross, pres-
    ident, Mrs. Sherman Fast;
    Hanna Senesch, Mrs. J. Murav-
    chik, president. Mrs. i-idor Lor-
    ber;
    Shalom*, Mrs. Saul Peckins,
    president. Mrs. [rwin Shapiro;
    Southgate, Mrs. B. Rosenberg,
    president, Mrs. Joe Rosenberg;
    Hemietta Szo'd, Mrs. Morris
    Kogen, president. Mrs. II. Feller;
    Stephen S. Wise, Mrs R. Suss-
    roan, president. Mrs. Harry P.
    Cohen.
    :
    plans for the "save-a-child" h ncheon cl Ilaii'.vah
    -'r, Mizrachi Women, are (left to iight> Mesdame-s Morris
    ..:eld. luncheon chairman: Harry N. Schwartz, presi-
    : Mon is Lubler, co-chairman.
    vSave-a-Child' Luncheon
    For Hatikvah Mizrachi
    * "W.
    ovnan s
    lAJeM
    "Jewish Floridian.
    Miami, Florida, Friday, May 8, 1964
    Section B
    Planning meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
    Joe Zalis on Sunday night brought together
    loaders of the Committee of Hosts for the May
    31 Conq'egat'.on Beth El and State of Israel
    Bonds Dinner of Tribute to Rabbi Solomon
    fcchit:, ci beta Lt, and past piesident of the
    Am "save-a-child" luncheon
    ot Hatikvah Chapter. Mizrachi
    Worm- will take place on Tues-
    day. :.y 12. at the Royal Hun-
    garian Restaurant.
    "Mizrachi Women, throughout
    he gem rations, have been 'those
    li'.olile | ersons whose hearts were
    lwa; Ig enough to take care of
    hildrei less fortunate than their
    . ccording to Mrs. Morns
    \\i'i m Id, chairman.
    "It Ml S through the devoted et-
    btorts | the.-e Mothers-in-Israel
    that the network of children's vil-
    lages, Youth Aliyah centers, nur-
    series and community centers
    arose throughout Israel."
    The group will also bid farewell
    and bon voyage to their president.
    Mrs. Harry N. Schwartz. Who is
    planning an extended visit to Is-
    rael
    Admission t<> the luncheon will
    be two full dime banks or con-
    tributions to Mizrachi Women.
    Mrs, Morris Dubler is co-chair-
    man of the affair
    n
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    bv ISABEL GRCVE
    Grace and Abe Durbin left last
    wei (I for an extended Euro
    pea. lur, their first Jetting
    all -- way, they hope in six
    week' to cover England. Hol-
    land. Switzerland, Venice. Rome
    and Milan in Italy, Lisbon in
    Portugal, Madrid in Spain and
    both sides of the Berlin wall .
    (inh unhappy note in the excit-
    ing plans, members of the Ex-
    change Bowling League in which
    Gract and Abe are stars, plead
    ed with them to postpone, or
    even cancel, their trip until they
    had won the pending champion-
    ship tourney The Durbins
    just couldn't see it that way.
    Judge Kenneth Oka mixing
    business and pleasure on a quick
    trip to Israel, taking lovely wife
    Gertrude with htm for a first re-
    turn in several years They'll
    also try to squeeze in a visit
    to Greece In-fore May 23. when
    the Councilman will attend a
    Continued on Page 6-B
    Greater Miami Rabbinical Association. Shown
    (left to riqht) are Mrs. Jack Shapiro, president
    of the Beth El Sisterhood, Mrs. Hyman Chab-
    ner, Mrs. Max Rappaport, Rabbi Schiff, Mrs.
    Zalis, Mrs. Schiff, Mrs. Sol Weger and Mrs.
    George Bass.

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    Friday. May 8, 1964
    +Jew 1st ncrldian
    Paqe 3-S
    'Vacation Scene* Oeoffc Socrates
    Gets Top Priority
    Newly-eleded president of Mount Sinai Hospital Leonard
    Abess (left) congratulates Mrs. Leonard Wien on her reelec-
    tion as president of the Women's Auxiliary. Samuel Gertner.
    hospital executive director, looks on.
    Follow in1; the luncheon and
    ceremonies at the Fontainebleau
    Hotel on Friday, during which Mrs.
    Leonard A. Wien was reinstalled
    M president of the Mount Sinai
    Hospital Women's Auxiliary, Jor-
    dan Marsh presented a fashion
    ihow emphasizing the "vacation
    scene" to an audiance of some
    600 women.
    The collection included fashions
    to cover every possible vacation
    or travel situation, from boat and
    bcachwear. to the latest conti-
    nental creations.
    Accenting the international flav-
    or of the luncheon, red table lin-
    ens were ued. enhanced by floral
    centerpieces, featuring red styro-
    foam airplane-. wh;ch were creat-
    ed by members of the Mount Sinai
    Hospital Garden Club. Table fav-
    ors, following the same theme,
    v/ere miniature zippered airplane
    cases, filled with little "gilts."
    Mrs. Marvin Silvers was chair
    "The Death of Socrates" will be
    discussed at the Spinoza Forum
    for Adult Education on .Thursday
    morning, 10:30 a.m.. in the audi-
    torium of Washington Federal,
    1234 Washington Ave. Dr. Abra-
    ham Wolfson, director of the for-
    um, will introduce the topic.
    Mother's Day
    Message Slated
    Rabbi Solomon Schiff, spiritual
    leader of Beth El, will deliver the
    Mother's Day message on Tues-
    day, 8 p.m.. when Congregation
    Beth El honors officers and mem-
    bers of the Sisterhood. Enter-
    tainment and refreshments will be
    included in the Mother's Day cele-
    bration.
    man of the luncheon, and Mrs.
    Lawrence Porter and Mrs. Mich-
    ael Gilbert were responsible for
    the program.
    Mrs. Morton WiM
    Offer Recital
    Mrs. Emil Morton, will be beard
    in a recital on Sunday afternoon.
    4 p.m., at the Musicians Club of
    America, 307 Minorca. Com I
    Gables.
    She will be accompanied by
    Prof. Jascha Fistherman at the
    piano.
    The program will feature "Inter-
    national Operetta." Also to be
    heard is a composition for two
    pianos, "Youth Concerto." by
    Kabalevsky, featuring Prof. Fisch-
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    By EDYTHE SCHINDLER
    Beachite Assists Dominican Housing Needs
    Mtriw.
    Along witt
    jazz and nucleai
    anxiety and eel
    1 u 1 o i d dreams,
    the United States
    exports to Latin
    America a com-
    modity voted
    most likely to win converts and
    influence policythe American
    technician.
    In 1961, Mario Schram took a
    leave of absence from his posi-
    tion as a vice president of Wash-
    ington Federal Savings and Loan
    Association on Miami Beach to
    affect a savings and loan system
    in Chile.
    "My program," said Schram,
    "was to channel public sav-
    ings into long-time financing,
    to offer low down payment
    low interest rate mortgages.
    I wanted to make it possible
    for the averake worker to live
    and raise his family in a sani-
    tary, pleasant home."
    Home, here in Miami Beach
    on a vacation. Schram pointed
    out that long-term financing was
    previously unknown in Latin
    America. Now it is on the move.
    Financial Advisor
    The traditional way in these
    mtriea for a man to build a
    home," Schram said, "waa lor
    him in pay all cash, o:' it he could
    obtain a loan, it worked out to
    fifty per cent down and fifty
    per cent due in one year. If we
    in the United States still had
    this system, we'd all be in wig-
    wams or slum.-.
    Now Schram is the financial
    advisor to the National Hous-
    ing Bank of the Dominican
    Republic. He serves both the
    United States and the Domini-
    can Republic. With his wife,
    Neece, who is well remember-
    ed here in Miami as the first
    Metro president of the League
    of Women Voters, he lives in
    Santo Domingo.
    One son, James, lives in North
    Miami Beach with his grandpar-
    ents and attends North Miami
    Senior High School. Another
    son has recently graduated from
    the University of Florida and is
    now a news reporter.
    'Stork Club1 Set
    At Mount Sinai
    lit Sinai Hospital's Stork Club,
    a program for expectant parents,
    held a meeting Wednesday even-
    ing at the hospital.
    The sessions, free to mothers
    and fathers-to-be, will be held once
    a week for six weeks beginning
    in the Patients" Lounge on the
    third floor of Mt. Sinai Hospital.
    Programs for the Stork Club in-
    clude an introduction to the
    maternity staff of the hospital and
    its iacilities; films, lectures, and
    discussions on "Birth Time for
    Baby." "Bath Time for Baby,"
    "Feeding Time for Baby." and
    Now That You are Parents."
    Group discussions comprise a
    part of each session and are con-
    ducted by members of the Nursing
    Department of the hospital. In-
    formational booklets and pam-
    phlets are distributed to help the
    mother and father-to-be in becom-
    ing more knowledgeable on how-
    to act and what to do when baby
    arrives.
    Women Auditors
    To Hold Dinner
    Miami Chapter. American So-
    ciety of Women Accountants, will
    hold its dinner meeting Tuesday.
    6:30 p.m., at the McAllister Hotel.
    Officers for 1964-65 will be elect-
    ed, and program will include a
    discussion by Nettie Schaefler and
    Eudora Hendricks Welka on
    What's Different in Hotel Ac-
    counting."
    Schram said. "I'm delighted
    to be in the Dominican Republic.
    It's the next best thing to being
    home here in Miami. Chile was
    too far away. Now we are al-
    most commuters. My wife
    comes into Miami about every'
    six weeks."
    Cost of Living High
    Living in any foreign country
    presents unusual situations. The
    cost of living is quite high in
    the Dominician Republic. There
    is a dearth of social activities.
    While the Dominican is friend-
    ly he is unaccustomed to social-
    izing. For years, he had lived
    under a dictatorship, when any-
    stranger could be an enemy or
    an informer; the only safe rela-
    tionship was within the family.
    "Our life in Santo Domingo is
    very quiet. We have a few-
    friends. We play bridge and go
    to American movies." said
    Schram.
    No. it isn't the swank Miami
    MARIO SCHRAM
    wonts to help
    Beach hotels, or the restaurants,
    or fie shopping that the Schrams
    delight in on their visit to Miami.
    "Our greatest treat In
    Miami," said Schram, "is be-
    ing able to walk up to a drill-
    ing fountain and drink a cool,
    clean stream of plain water."
    In the Dominican Republic,
    the drinking water has to be
    . boiled, for foreigners are not ac-
    customed to the bacteria count
    in the local water and can't im-
    bibe it safely.
    Santo Domingo has one syna-
    gogue, and on a Friday night
    about nine cars can be counted
    in front of it All of Schram's
    m business dealings are with de-
    Catholics.
    New Kind of Jew
    Once in Santo Domingo while
    filling out an official paper.
    Schram was asked his religion.
    | said Jewish And the
    down Protestant
    Commenting
    throw of the Bosch rHl
    >* in the Dominlc,n7"nil
    Mc, Schram declared ,TM
    Bosch "had lost ,,*
    the people. Andri"T
    prise became convey"*
    interests and act1Cnt J?*';
    for them. *** V
    "I find th, presto ^
    ment interested :n socui
    economic develoPnll,nt A *
    people of the country u, *
    tionship with them h ?
    productive and tremend*
    gress, is being made 71*]
    nancing field."
    Mousing Neet Hi*
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    mortgages depend- on tatL
    omic development of ft. I?
    try. '
    "It is difficult not to m .
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    ize that the shim roller at j
    Dominican Republic or u ch
    could, but for thi -race of a
    be you. I feel AlUaac* j.
    Progress is capable of see I
    better result- in Latin Aawoi
    I want to h,l; ., .a'ldfel
    Schram. a Mian ;.,.iC|j .^ ]
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    Council Workers To be Recognized
    Cate; ng Committee appointed by Sisterhood
    of Temple Ner Tamid are standinq (left to
    right) Mesdames Irvinrt Rubin. Jack Green-
    jotcj, Mux Amhowitz, and Michael Heyman.
    Seated (left to right) are Chairman Mrs. Frank
    Ner Tamid
    Board Meeting
    Next Tuesday
    Mrs. Ku :' Schwarz, newly-
    eleotwl president of Temple Ner
    Tamid Si-terrv xl. will conduct a
    board meeting on Tuesday, to
    JO., in the >klar Auditorium.
    Appointed t > -erve on the Cat-
    ering Comm:'r,e which will pre-
    pare menu- i>r Sisterhood func-
    tions are Mr- Frank Diifinc,
    chairman, Mr- Hal Kane. Mrs.
    Jack Yasnui: Mr.-. Ir\ inti Rubin,
    Mrs. Jack i I'Veiilicld. Mrs. Max
    Amhtfwitz Mr- Michael Heyman.
    Mrs. Alfred Freeman and Mrs.
    Harry) CheMe:
    To be (\i< --ed at the meeting
    will be th. formal ol the year's
    activities
    Dufine. Mrs. Hal Kane, immediate past pres-
    ident, Mrs. Henrietta Fine and Mrs. Jack Yas-
    man. Not shown are Mrs. Alfred Freeman
    and Mrs. Harry Chester.
    Douglas Gardens. Jewish Home
    for the Aged, will hold its annual
    "Recognition Coffee" on Monday
    for National Council of Jewish
    Women volunteers who have de-
    votedly served the residents of the
    Home during the current year.
    The Council, presently in its
    tenth year of volunteer service to
    the Home, provides card games,
    ceramics, sewing, dancing, deco-
    ;ative crafts, leather crafts, fes-
    tival planning and choral singing.
    { Council volunteers also serve the
    inactive and lonely residents as
    Friendly Visitors.
    Mr-. Garris Siegal. chairman of
    the Senior Citizens program, will
    preside at the coffee.
    Maurice Pearlstein. executive
    director of the Home, and leader-
    ship from Council will extend greet-
    ings to the volunteers. Evalua-
    tions of the volunteer activities
    during the past year, and future
    program planning, will be discuss-
    ed by Mrs. Estelle Sudnow,
    Friendly Visitor supervisor,' and
    i Mr. Samuel A. Kahn, groupwork
    j supervisor.
    Mrs. Sol Silverman, correspond-
    ing secretary of the Home, will
    pay tribute to the volunteers, as
    well as present them with a gift
    in appreciation of their "outstand,
    ing service to the residents of th
    Home."
    Pioneers Slate
    Local Activities
    Pioneer Women's Club, Golda
    , Meir, is holding its next regular
    : meeting on Wednesday, 1 p.m., at
    Beth El.
    President Mrs. Isaac Pushkin
    will conduct the business session,
    and a slate of officers will be pre-
    sented by Mrs Abraham Seltzer,
    chairman of the Nominating Com-
    mittee, followed by election of of-
    ficers for the coming year.
    Rabbi Solomon Schiff. spiritual
    leader of Temple Beth El, will
    speak on "The Significance of
    Shavuot."
    o *
    A white elephant sale and elec-
    tion of officers for Kadimah Chap-
    ter will be held at a regular meet-
    ing on Thursday, May 14, at 8:
    p m., at Temple Zamora in Coral
    Gables. Mrs. Jack Sills is presi-
    dent.
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    Bottom row (left to riqht) are Mrs. Arthur Parks, Mrs. Harry
    Hausman, Mrs. Joel Laupe, Mrs. Stanley Drillick. Second row
    (left to right) are Mrs. Ralph Gerstenfeld, Rabbi Harold Richter,
    Mrs. Eugene Tannenbaum. Mrs. Sam Arbit. Third row (left
    to right) are Mrs. Kenneth Greenberq, Mrs. Andrew Wald-
    stein.
    la'am gan...
    Democratic Club Meeting
    Next bu.-iness meeting of the
    Democratic Club of Miami Beach
    will be held on Wednesday. 8:30
    p.m., at the Sea Isle Hotel. Walk
    Gluck is president of the group.
    I do you say Paradiso?'
    "Eden" is undoubtedly the
    ord that Chef Boy-Ar-Dee
    Was searching for to describe
    the true Italian-style flavor of
    this wonderfully rich sauce.
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    spaghetti, macaroni or rice,
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    pices and tender mushrooms,
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    a, han J.
    B'rtai Raphael
    Donor Luncheon
    Congregation B'nai Raphael
    Si.-terhood held its seventh annual
    donor luncheon at the Deauville
    hotel on Tuesday. Apr. 26.
    Mrs. Harold Reinhard. vice'
    president of the National Woman's
    League, Florida Branch, was
    guest speaker, and Singer Gracie
    Carrie entertained.
    Presentation to those who have
    raised the highest amount of mon-
    ey for the organization during the
    year were made.
    IrVebmelV^n
    Honors Special
    family OoQ92iOD5
    Your Welcome Wagon Hostess
    will call with a basket of gifts...
    and friendly greetings from reli-
    gious, civic, and business leaders
    of our community when your
    family celebrates a sixteenth
    birthday, announces an engage-
    ment or the birth of a new baby,
    or moves to a new home
    When th* occasion arises, phone
    HI 8-4994
    Memorial Award
    Set at Zamora
    First presentation of the Sharon
    ' Lewis M e m o r ia I Scholarship
    I Award will be made during clos-
    ] ing exorcises at Temple Zamora
    ! Religious School.
    The fund has been created by
    Mi. and Mrs. Milton Lewis in
    memory of their daughter. Sharon.
    who died of leukemia in 1961. Ten-
    year-old Sharon attended Merrick
    I'lemcntary and Religious School.
    The Lewises have three other chil-
    i di en. Roberta. Ross and Andy.
    First recipients of the awards
    v ill be Howard Manhoff. fourth
    grade, and Ricky Josepher. scc-
    | ond grade.
    Other awards to members of the
    junior congregation and early
    i grades of the Religious School are
    | being sponsored by chairman of
    I the Education Committee Lester
    Shapiro and Mrs. Shapiro.
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    Friday, May 8. 1964
    Socialite ... Lxf SsaLel \tf*0**
    Cancer Group
    Installs
    Continued from Page IB
    nayor's conference in Now York
    ;ity, and Mrs Oka has to rc-
    uin homo anil launch their lour
    .hildron on their summer sche
    lules Din's seem a shame
    that, although she speaks
    French, Spanish. German. Italian
    nd has oven been studying Jap-
    inese, Gertrude wont have a
    otiance to try out her linguistic
    kill in one ol those native
    ends
    The wall.- at the home Of the
    .l.iriy Spilkas shook to the beat
    I the I T and the waddle on
    Saturday night as daughter. Nut-
    and wife, former Miamians Ed IkJ-^ GeWltZ
    and Bernice clem, now of Mont-
    gomery, Ala.
    NAT ALII SPILKA
    Paula, and too teen-age
    i ds helped celebrate her 16th
    nthday ... A 10th grader at
    alir.otto Senior High and active
    tember of BBG of Coral Gables.
    Natalie wore a beige and
    princess style (rock with
    re waist Her lovely
    bait was coiffed in the cur
    enl artichoke fashion, and a
    it heart rose bracelet en-
    ,1 her waist The strip-
    el-down living room and Flor-
    ><>rch made plenty of space
    s.iilable for the violent dancing
    to the beat of the Del Tones
    nd their beatle songs and
    Iv t'ims Second most popu-
    .u spot in the housetable
    irom which was dispensed tons
    1 potato chips, pretzels, cokes
    nd punch.
    *
    Childhood sweethearts. Evelyn
    nd Ben Clein. celebrating their
    -ilver anniversary May 7. are
    ilanning a Carribean cruise in
    uly to mark their 25 happy
    ears of wedded bliss Both
    I ami resident- for almost 40
    -. the couple has four chil-
    ren ranging in age from to
    .'.' Accompanying them on
    summi r cruise will be the
    ei leai ette Mintzer, w ho
    ... one ol Ei elj n's brides-
    and husband Hurra)
    lman Also Men's brother
    Married In Now York in 1914.
    Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Schneider
    marked a half-century of mar-
    riage with a reception tor -10
    friends at the Park Lane on
    coral Way Retired furriers.
    the Schneiders have lived here
    since 1957 and reside at 3000 sVV
    27th St. Parents of lour, and
    grandparents of 12. the Schneid-
    ers are members of Israelite
    Center and active in the Senior
    Citizens Group and Jewish War
    Veterans There will be more
    festivities this summer in New
    York when the Schneiders will
    be surrounded by their sons Hy.
    Hal. Jerry and Samuel David
    who all live there with their
    families
    t *
    Another in the round of bridal
    parties for Beverly Rovenger
    v as a cocktail buffet late Sundaj
    afternoon at the home ol Mrs
    Sylvia Kluback. *219 Sheridan
    Avt Floral decorations and
    table settings for the linen show
    or wore carried out in shades ol
    pmk. red ami gold Daughter
    Mrs Naomi Rovenger, Bev-
    erly will exchange nuptial vows
    with Irwin Pushkin on Ma) 24
    at the Balmoral Hotel Future
    bridegroom is the son of Mrs
    Rose Dushkin Among the 3.">
    guests toting the bride-elect were
    mother-, Mr- Helen Bela-
    caier and Mrs Boss Kovongor
    . Also Miss Marion Rovenger.
    Mrs Gertrude Barmat. Mrs
    Minnie Kraus. Mrs Victor Mai-
    den. Mrs. Milton Weinstein. Mi-
    Mal Malin. Mrs. Jules Hirsch.
    Mrs. Gladys Foss, Palm Beach.
    Mrs. Yetta Azrolan. Miss Kitty
    Falk. Miss Eleanor Cloth. Mrs
    Yetta Himmel, Mrs. Renee Sims.
    Mrs. Miohaol Shores
    .Mi- Henr) Gewite was install-
    ed as president ol the Shore I nit.
    Woman s Corps ol the Papanico-
    laou Cancer Research Institute at
    Miami.
    Installation luncheon was held
    Monday noon at the Rone) Plaza
    Hotel
    Mrs Gewitz previously serveo
    as president ol the unit irom
    1959 to 1961. and is a charter mem-
    ber of the organization since its
    inception.
    Mrs Irving Lehrman also in-
    stalled the following officers:
    Vice presidents. Mrs Phillip
    SchUssal, Mrs. Moo Blitz. Mrs.
    Sidney Raffd, Mrs. Herman Stein
    and Mrs. Jack Risen; secretaries.
    Mrs Kenneth Sokolsky. Mrs. Sid-
    ney Blum. Mrs. Paul Allen. Mrs
    Jennie Miller, Mrs Nathan Neij
    r.a. Mrs Max Gordon and Mrs
    Max Orlln.
    Treasur. r Mrs Abe King; par-
    liamentarian, Mrs Irving Firtel;
    and Mrs Bon Lewis and M
    i hospital-
    it)
    ,i h ne Rost ntha
    i i in a program ol music and
    .mi. Mi- Milton Smith past pr -
    nt, served as chairman Mrs
    Milton Blum, anojthi i | asi presi-
    dent, delivered the Invocat
    MRS. HENRY CfW/TZ
    Poet Wins
    Davidson Prize
    Judged by a commute, ol nir...
    professors Irom the Universib .
    Miami and Barry College,
    by Ruby Fogel (Mrs Jack) L*\.
    koff was announced as winner n-
    the Jordan Davidson Poetrj priZJ
    for members of the Laramott
    Rader Poetry Group
    Another poetry prize offered hy
    Davidson for students and lay.
    men will be announced in Ml)
    Mrs Levkoff is also featured a;
    Poet of the Month in the Mai
    issue of the Village Post The
    Post will re-print her pom,, tj,,.
    Was Mj Return.- originally pur.
    lished in the "South, esl Re.
    view."
    Another of her poem- appealed
    in the Winter issue ol "Ladiei
    Home Journal." in Pacific an;
    Northra-t cdition-

    Or Olom Holds
    Tri-lnstallation
    Traditional tn-installation din-
    ner dance at Temple Or Olom was
    held on Saturday. 8 p m.. at the
    Temple The event also marked
    the congregation's eighth anniver-
    sarj
    Temple officers for 1964-65 are
    Samuel Putterman. president:
    Charles Leventhal and Eli King,
    vice presidents; Martin Hirsch.
    ' Dr. Herbert Seltman. William Seid-
    man. secretaries: Melvin Shifke.
    treasurer.
    Brotherhood slate is headed by
    Jack Lubin. president; Dr. Gerald
    Verniok. vice president: Miles
    Eaton and Paul Ginsberg, -one
    taries: Morvin Zalis. treasurer
    Incoming Sisterhood officer- are
    Mesdames Alvin Levenson, presi
    dont: Herbert Seltman. Leonard
    Putterman. Melvin Shifke. Ell
    King, vice presidents: My Hocht.
    Irwin Cooper, Marvin Bochner,
    secretaries; GedcralSh ,rJ E
    secretaries; Gerald Schwartz,
    tl i ,>-urer.
    Beth Am Ladies
    Install Officers
    At the annual donor luncheon
    meeting of the Sisterhood of Tem-
    ple Beth Am. the following new
    slate of officers was elected:
    President. Mrs. Richard Alper:
    vice presidents. Mrs. Alan Kess-
    ler. Mrs. Jerry Rosen, and Mrs.
    Wayne Rogers: secretaries. Mrs
    Martin Liol:ling. Mrs. Melvin Lev-
    inson. Mrs Morton Notanus;
    treasurer. Mrs Marvin Stein.
    Elected to the board were Mrs
    Joseph Altschuller. Mrs. Samuel
    Avick. Mrs Byron Cherkas. Mrs
    Maxwell Dauor. Mis Ira Druck-
    man. Mrs. Murray Dubbin. Mrs
    Manuel Flashman. Mrs. Daniel
    Franco. Mrs. Paul Goodman. Mia
    Leonard Hayet, Mrs. Paul Kahan.
    Mrs. Arthur Jacowitz. Mrs Hor-
    tense LaGuette.
    Mrs. George Malin, Mrs. Sylvan
    Paw linger. Mrs. Edward Scharps,
    Mrs. Sol Schwartz. Mrs. David
    Shore and Mrs. William Zucker
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    Friday, May 8. 1964
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    ...
    ..... ^/tbout jrcoplc and jf^L
    FOUR SCORE YEARS AGO
    It was eighty years ago that Mollie (Iins
    burg was born. Her friends of many years
    entertained her for luncheon on her birthday
    in the .lardin Suisse. Mrs. Rose Warner and
    Mrs. Ben Sirkin were hostesses. Included in
    the guest list were Mrs. Jean Ruben, Mrs. Jean
    Bernstein and the birthday girl's daughter.
    Sylvia (Mrs. Harry) Papier.
    HER KNIGHT OF THE ROUND TABLE
    Elaine came along with her husband. Mar-
    vin I'ehr. when he went to Biloxi. Miss., to at-
    tend the John Hancock Million Dollar Round
    Table. No meetings for Elaine, just fun. In
    New Orleans it was breakfast at Brenans.'
    WHEN DAVE IS DONE
    That was the name of a clever little ditty
    Aaron Karr wrote for members of the Ameri-
    can Jewish Committee to sing to their outgoing
    president, David B. Fleeman, at the AJC an-
    nual dinner meeting at the Dupont Plaza Hotel.
    Varon belted out the music, and everyone sang,
    including his wife, Myra, who chaired the event.
    It was a first-time at entertaining for June
    (Mrs. Btrnard) Stevens, and she took the crowd
    by storm with her singing and playing prescn-
    aces ...
    tation of "Dupont Plaza 9," which she wrote
    herself.
    Judge Harold Spaet installed the officers,
    including the new president, Audrey (Mrs.
    Charles' Finkelstein. Among guests who had
    a stimulat.ng even were Tcma and Morris Burk.
    Ethel and Alvin Cassel, Cece and Milton Weiss,
    Mr. and Mrs. George Bcrtman. Mr. and Mrs.
    William Weintraub, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Janis.
    Mr. and Mrs. William Leonie. Mr. and Mrs. Har-
    old Tannen. Dr. and Mrs. Philip Weinstein Jr.,
    i)l Hollywood, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Spector,
    Sandra and Julian Burg. Zenia and Sidney
    Meyer, Polly and Baron de Hirsch Meyer. Gloria
    and Howard Scharlin, Sylvia and Sidney Let-
    court. Marcie and Aaron Kanner, and Dr. and
    Mrs. Bernard Abel.
    * *.' *
    THE NAME IS SMITH
    That was Marilyn and Harry Smith in the
    column last week who went to Washington.
    Their last name flew away, so it was left out
    of the paper.
    A NEW STAMP FOR FRANCE
    A card from Diane and Dan Heller post-
    marked in France. Quote"What a tremendous
    trip, the Pope, then Israel, France and now
    Germany lor one day to see the trial."
    FRANCES LEHMAN
    JWV Auxiliary Installs Officers

    Miami Beach Jewish War Vet-
    erans Auxiliary instirlled Mrs. Wil-
    iam Adelman as president at re-
    cent ceremonies here.
    Dade County Mayor Charles
    Mall and State Attorney Richard
    Gcrstein were principal speakers.
    Installing oflicers were State
    department President Lcnore
    .Vander. Senior Vice President
    t.hoda Deutsch, Junior Vice Pres-
    dent Irene Cooperman. Chaplain
    .'era Shankman and Conductress
    iophia Lee.
    Officers installed were vice pres-
    dent. Esther Gottfried; junior
    ice president. Pauline Lazarus;
    reasurer, Frances Apple; con-
    luctress, Dorothy Cohen;' chap-
    ail), Betty Barkin; instructor, Min-
    lie Hopen; historian, Bessie Gib-
    ier recording secretary. Freda
    I.uoman; corresponding secretary.
    E-telle Greenfield; guard. Reba
    Canter; color guard. Bertha Coop-
    erman; trustees, Sally Levy. Jen-
    nie Gerrig. Esther Sokolow. Thel-
    ma Weinman.
    Chairmen are Mesdames Rosa-
    lyn Kupin. Natalie Haire. Evelyn
    Decky, Etta Stemple, Ceil Roch-
    v.arg, Trudy Marshall. Etta Hol-
    lander. Goldie Verroba. Jennie
    liouseman. and Sarah Rubel.
    Mother's Day Memorial
    Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz and
    Cantor Ben-Zion Kirsehenbauni <>t
    Beth Torah will officiate at the
    Mother's Day memorial services
    to be held at Lakeside Memorial
    Park on Sunday at 11:30 a.m.
    .
    i
    Hebrew Academy to Name Firtels
    Couple of Year' at Tribute Here May 30
    Mr. and Mrs. Irving Firtel have
    been named "Couple of the Year"
    by the Hebrew Academy for "long
    years of service, loyalty and de-
    Lvotion to the Academy and its
    leducational program."
    Announcement w as made by
    uuis Merwitzer. president, He-
    brew Academy; Mrs. Leonard
    Josen, president, Hebrew Acad-
    emy Women; and Mrs. Samuel
    iosner, PTA president. The tri-
    lite will be held in the Napoleon
    loom of the Deauville Hotel on
    Iturday evening. May 30.
    The Firtels have been identified
    nith religious, cultural, civic.
    eternal and philanthropic insti-
    litious since coming here in 1939.
    hey have four children; Leon 19.
    graduate of the Hebrew Acad-
    uy. now in his junior year at the
    University of Florida, and editor
    Temple Sinai
    lusical Comedy
    [On Safurday and Sunday even-
    May 9 and 10. at 8:30 p.m..
    Fniple Sinai Sisterhood will pre-
    3t a musical comedy. "Cham-
    jgne Extra." written by Lconore
    frocks.
    The show w ill be held at the
    ^UdiMntim of North Miami .Inn
    Hbr High, 13105 Ni: 7th Ave and
    mder the direction "f Lester
    iedman.
    I Bobby Lee is director. Deva
    fiolnt! i~ musical director, Yvette
    Bole, choreographer, and, there is
    east of 30.
    oi the 'Pearl.'' 1964 publication
    Ol Pi Lambda Phi Fraternity;
    Maxinc 15. also an Academy
    graduate, now in 10th grade at
    Miami Beach Senior High; Tobey
    and Debbie, 13 and 8, presently
    students at the Hebrew Academy.
    A member of the Florida State,
    Miami Beach and American Bars.
    Firtel is a vice president and lite
    member of the Hebrew Academy
    and a member of its Legal Com-
    mittee. He served as president
    ol the Optimist Club in 1953 and
    1963, and as president of the
    Miami Beach Jaycees in 1948. Di-
    rector of the Bureau of' Jewish
    Education and charter member of
    Temple Enianu El. he is an active
    worker in the Civic League. Miami
    Beach Elks, Masons and Shrine.
    Prior to practising law here, he
    was a hotel owner and operator.
    Mrs. Firtel attended Julia Rich
    man High School and City College
    of New York, and came to Florida
    in 1939 when the Firtels were
    married.
    A life member, she was twice
    ' president of the Hebrew Academy
    Women. She is also a life mem-
    ber of the Temple Emanu El Sis-
    terhood and served this year as
    ' president of the Papanicolau
    Cancer Institute. She is a mem
    her ot the Opti Mrs. and Hadassah.
    Maurice Revitz. chairman of the
    Hebrew Academy Executive Com-
    mittee, will be general chairman
    o! the evening, assisted by Mrs.
    Leonard Rosen. Mrs Samuel Ros-
    ner and Mrs. Jack Gerson. chair-
    , man of the 1964 journal. The Ar-
    rangements and Sponsors Com-
    mittee is in formation.
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    U*isUnkridliairi
    Friday, May 8
    IS8t
    HAMItTT
    WOMAN OF THE WEEK
    It was called elocution in the days when Harriett
    Bulbin grew up in Minneapolis, Minn. She studied dra-
    matics right through high school, where she also was
    Salutanan. In addition to going to public school. Har-
    riett also attended Hebrew School, the famous Talmud
    Torah in Minneapolis, and her
    credits were applied toward her
    college language course.
    Harriett spent two years in
    New York City, attending the
    American Academy of Dramatic
    Arts. Then she went to the Uni-
    versity of Minnesota, where she
    majored in theater and minored
    in literature. Like all dramatic
    students, she was in plays and on
    radio. The range of her voice
    made it possible for her to do
    straight and comedy parts.
    She met her future husband,
    Joseph, when he was just out of
    service. They were married and
    lived in Gainesville while he was
    finishing college. Then they moved to Miami, where
    their two girls, Laura Anne and Sara Nette, were born.
    Harriett, herself, was part of a close family circle. She
    always said she had three mothers because of her two
    older sisters. Part of her bringing up was to be active
    in t'he synagogue, so her own childhood formed the pat-
    tern for her married life. To be together as a family-
    is the Bulbins' way of life.
    A dedicated mother, Harriett is always home when
    the girls arrive from school, that is. when she isn't chauf-
    feuring them around or having car pool. History repeats
    itself. Harriett used to be an outstanding speller, a
    champion, and this year, Laura Anne won the spelling
    championship at Miami Shores Elementary School. It
    looks like Sara Nette is following closely behind. They
    all have been studying words together.
    On coming to Miami, the Bulbins joined Temple Is-
    rael, and Harriett became active in the Sisterhood. Pres-
    ently, she's entering her second year as president of
    Temple Israel Sisterhood, delighting in working with re-
    ligious and youth groups, as well as with the women.
    She also is active in National Council of Jewish Women's
    program dealing with children and, of course, PTA.
    The traveling in the family usually is confined to
    Minneapolis to v-sit Harriett's side of the family, or to
    Roanoke to visit Joe's side. Whenever possible. Harriett
    is in Sisterhood skits and is part of the drama group.
    There's always p.iper work to do when you're a president,
    and that gets sandwiched in between the active duties.
    Harriett's concept of nature's beauties has changd since
    she met her husband, who is a forestry graduate. She
    now knows the names of all the plants and trees. A quiet
    evening at home watching a good musical or dramatic
    .story on television with her family around her, and the
    knowledge that she's doing her best in her role as presi-
    dent of her Sisterhood spell contentment for Harriett
    Bulbin.
    Miss Lipton Weds
    Stephen Schu.tz
    iris Dee Lipton and Steven Al-
    len &< hultz were married on Sal
    ,;... -M>r 24 ,n the h .me of the
    bride's parents, 6535 Ulison Is-
    land.
    Daughter of Mr. and Mrs Sam
    ., | | bri le is atten ling
    the l niversi j "I Miami, majoring
    in human relations and psychol-
    ogy, and is a meml er 11 Sigma
    Delta Tau Sorority.
    The bridegroom is the son ol
    Mr and Mrs. Stephen Schuitz,
    I960 NE Hith Dr. He is a grad
    uate of the University ol Miami,
    where he was a member of Alpha
    Kappa Psi and an affiliate to Tau
    Epsilon Phi. He Is now associat-
    ed with a Hrm of certified public
    accountants.
    Attended by her sister. Delsie
    Lipton. the bride wore a gown ol
    white mattlessc with an illusion
    neck and bell sleeves, beaded to
    match her veil of Belgian lace.
    She carried white orchids on a
    1 Bible.
    Serving as best man was Stan
    ley Jackson. Arthur Greene.
    Laurence Shapiro and George
    Lustig. ushered.
    Our-of-town guests included the
    groom's grandmother, Mrs. Yo-
    landa Schuitz.
    Florida ORT
    Coffee Held
    BoathMatern k>ioi
    Women's American j; i ,..
    coffee at the Trt. *ure ^M
    treasure Island. v., ..,.,
    exerting.
    Mrs. Martin Sprui
    and Mrs. Florenc.
    region vice presid
    (d speaker.

    MS. STEVEN SCHUITZ
    After a honeymoon
    the couple will live
    ISMh Ct.
    in Jamaica,
    at 8830 SW
    Sandberg, EismJ
    Engagement Told
    Mr and Mrs. Frank ;.-,
    1375 Daytonia Rd
    (ngagement of th<
    susan. to Mel Sandberg
    Mr. and Mrs Nal
    1761 SW 7th St.
    The future bride will .:.
    uating from Miami Beicb >1;
    High this coming June
    planning to attend a business c*
    lece and major in legal &&
    graphy.
    The tuture bridegroom end<
    Miami Senior High an- Dafc
    County Junior College, wcere k'
    was a member ol >::ma LmUi
    Phi Social Fraternity He ij ?
    present studying optical atd>
    aniea at Undsey Hopkins -j^.
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    Mr. and Mrs. Kli Miller. ISTo
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    nounce the engagement ol then-
    daughter. Susan Joy, to Kenneth
    \ ReKant. .-on of Dr, and Mrs
    Joseph ReKant. no.") Cleveland
    Rd.
    The bride-to-be attended Miami
    Beach Senior High, the Univcr
    i My of Florida, and is presently
    | a junior at the University ol
    Miami, majoring in elementarj
    education.
    The future bridegroom, a
    uate of the University ol Miami
    and the University ol Miami
    School of Law. is affiliated with
    Alpha Epsilon Pi Social Fiatern-
    v. and Phi Alpha Delta Legal
    Fraternity. He is current!) prac-
    . ticing law in Miami.
    Roosevet Chapter
    In New Project
    Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter ol
    B'nai B'rith has adopted a new
    community service project in ad-
    dition to it- extensive welfare
    work.
    This week, the chapter present-
    ed a check lor SI00 to Variety
    Children's Hospital, to be allocat-
    ed for the new oxygen therapy
    equipmenl being Installed in the
    new hospital wing.
    The chapter received a special
    commendation from hospital of-
    ficials lor its generosity.
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    yours,
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    |!AMI Beach Lodge of B'nai
    B'rith held installation ban-
    let Sunday evening at the Di-
    |do Hotel. Installed as prcsi-
    int was Gerald Schwartz. Mrs.
    iwartz was gowned in a floor-
    ii:ih tormal of gold and tan-
    rine brocade. Her sheath
    ;iri was slit on each side, and
    long-sleeved ovcrblouse was
    lined with gold buttons.
    Irs. Sam A. Goldstein, whose
    iband received an award,
    se a coral moss crepe sheath
    a decply-cowied neckline
    cap sleeves. A white raw
    ensemble was worn by Mrs.
    IB. Goldstein. Her sheath was
    bped with a modified chanel-
    Je jacket, which was loosely
    at the waistline. Mrs. Irv-
    Schatzman's lemon-colored
    shantung sheath featured a
    ral print silk bodice. Mrs.
    keph Goodman's ice pink silk
    pith had a softly-draped neck-
    and a modified pouf at the
    of the waist.
    *
    UTED powder blue chiffon
    with a white over-all cm-
    fdery was the choice of Mrs.
    .rude Goldberg Her bodice
    wed the blouson silhouette,
    her skirt was a sheath.
    k. Bert Wish topped a black
    Hpc sheath with a sheer Over-
    ss of nylon tulle and lace. Jet
    ins reembroidered the lace.
    "tetfbi the skirt .was nil into a
    tunic panel effect.
    ' white geometric print on
    silk was worn by Mrs.
    ine Levin. Her bolero jack-
    d a self-fabric frog closing
    e neck. White silk, in the
    lath silhouette with a high
    was the choice of Mrs.
    ph LeVine. The blue silk
    niblc seen on Mrs. Louis
    was one she brought back
    Hong Kong.' It followed
    oriental styling, with its
    ic mandarin collar and short
    ft.
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    |RS. Herbert Baumgard chose
    a sleeveless black .silk i-hif-
    with the empire waistline.
    ck satin detailed the line, and
    banded her scooped neck
    line. A winter visitor from Can-
    ada, Mrs. Sonya Potash, selected
    a white peau de soie skirt and
    an iridescent sequin overblouse
    which featured fringe created
    with white caviar beads.
    Ombre greens in a floral print
    was worn by Mrs. Esther Zeit-
    siff. Her silk jacket dress had
    a matching print on the chiffon
    bodice. Mrs. Jennie Cohen's en-
    semble was in black and gold
    lamcc brocade A band of jet
    bugle beads detailed the "V"
    neckline of her sheath, and her
    matching full-length coat had a
    deep shawl collar and wide turn-
    ed-up cuffs.
    White moygashel linen with
    peacock blue scroll applique and
    clooncy lace inserts was worn by
    Mrs. Tillie Shapiro. Mrs. Meyer
    W. Goldstein's gold lamce bro-
    cade sheath featured a scooped
    neckline and flat bow at the
    waist. Ice blue >ilk was Mrs.
    Kh Matin's choice for the even-
    ing. Swirls of satin were ap-
    pliqued down the front of her
    sheath.
    Py|RS. Larry Friedland's true-
    " red silk crepe sheath had
    Hat bows on each shoulder which
    emphasized her bateau neckline.
    A two-piece emerald green raw
    silk was worn by Mrs. .lack Fink
    Her sleeveless OVerblouSe was
    cut with a low scoop and worn
    with a green chiffon scarf tuck-
    ed in the neckline.
    Mrs. Morris Lipp brought her
    ensemble back from Hong Kong
    where .-he had helped design it.
    In lilac silk brocade, she topped
    her sheath with a hip-length,
    straight cut jacket which was
    widely banded in satin. Mrs.
    Michael Sossin wore a white silk
    crepe sheath with a white satin
    rolled belt. Satin-lined bugle
    beads encircled the neckline and
    armholcs. Aquamarine colored
    raw silk, in the popular shift sil-
    houette, was the choice of Mrs.
    John B. Howard. It had a modi-
    lied oriental collar, which featur-
    ed a stand-away mandarine neck-
    line, and then was laced at the
    "V" decolletage.
    WerniT-Kalm
    . CHAffUS POLINSKY
    Peau de Soie
    For Mrs. Bloom
    Gowned in floor-length peau de
    soie and carrying a sheaf of white
    roses, the former Vera Regina
    Rothschild became the bride of
    Terry Sheldon Bloom on Sunday.
    May 3.
    Rabbi Morris Skop officiated at
    the evening ceremony hcli in the
    Starlight Roof of the BlscayM
    Terrace where the reception was
    also held.
    Following a honeymoon in
    Miami Beach, the newlywcds
    will live in Gainesville, where both
    will be attending the University
    of Florida. Mrs. Bloom will re-
    ceive her degree In August and
    begin to teach in September.
    Her husband will enter the Uni-
    versity Medical School in the fall.
    He is a member of Alpha Epsrion
    Pi, social, and Alpha Epsilon Del-
    t^, honorary fraternity.
    Honor attendants to the bride
    were Jean Dubov and Chi-Chi
    Harold. Bridesmaids included
    Judy Gold. Linda Hyman, Linda
    Dubov, with Terry Dubov serving
    as flower girl, and Gary Zeiss as
    ling bearer.
    Best man was Stanley Bloom.
    Parents of the couple are Mr.
    and Mrs. Oscar Rothschild, 4410
    SW 5th St., and Mr. and Mrs.
    Philip Bloom, 1400 SW 15th St.
    Cancer League
    Meeting Friday
    Mrs. Jerome Rado, president,*
    Women's Cancer League of Miami
    Beach, will conduct a regular
    hoard meeting at 10 a.m., on Fri-;
    day, at the Roney Plaza Hotel.
    Open luncheon meeting is sche-
    duled for noon.
    Newly-elected oflicers and mem-
    bers of the board will discuss
    plans for the organization's an-
    nual fund-raising luncheon to be-
    held later in the year.
    Monies! raised by the group, in
    conjuction with the Damon Run-
    yon Fund, are channeled to the
    support of the Tumor Clinic at
    Mt. Sinai Hospital.
    Polinsky, Mindel
    Exchange Vows
    Doral Hotel was the setting.for
    the wedding ceremony uniting
    Barbara Mindel and Charles Polin-
    sky on Saturday evening. .May 2.
    Dr. Irvine Lehrman officiated',
    and a formal dinner at the hotel
    loiiowed the nuptials.
    Parents of the newlyweds are
    Mr. and Mrs. Mike Mindel. 1500
    Bay ltd., and Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
    uel Polinsky, 1500 Bay Rd.
    The bridal sheath of floor-
    length white silk organza had a
    full over-kirt terminating in a
    capcl train, and was styled with
    a scoop neckline and long tapered
    sleeves with white appliques.
    A white organza rose headpiece
    held the triple-tier of French il-
    lusion, and the bride carried a
    cascading bouquet of white or-
    chids and stcphanotis.
    Maid of honor was Diane Gold-
    stein, and Joseph Polinsky served
    as his brother's best man.
    New Mrs. Polinsky is a grad-
    uate of Miami Beach High and
    Charron-Williams Commercial Col-
    lege. Her husband is a graduate
    of General Motors Institute, and
    is now a service representative
    for Luby Chevrolet.
    Following a wedding tour of
    New York, the couple will live
    at 1441 Lincoln Rd.
    'Man ol the Month'
    Lawrence Kaplan, C.L.U., was
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    'Jewishncrktl^m
    Friday, May I
    Judge Zeltner
    To be Speaker
    Attorneys of Greater Miami will
    meet Judge Z. W. Zeltner. of Tel
    Aviv, Israel, at a luncheon in the
    Dupont Plaza Hotel on Thursday
    noon. May 14. as guests of the
    American Friend? of the Hebrew
    University.
    Chairman of the day will be
    Judge Harold B. Spaet. board
    member of the Friends and long
    identified with the organization's
    Bequests Program.
    One of Israel's most eminent
    jurists and legal scholars. Zeltner
    hits won distinction both in the
    practice of law and in training
    Israel's future lawyers and judges.
    Deeply concerned with the con-
    tinued development of Israel's
    legal system, he divides his time
    between the Bench and the class-
    room.
    He was named acting Justice
    of the Supreme Court in 1952 and
    Relieving President of the Tel
    Aviv District Court in 1953. Af-
    ter serving as dean of the Fac-
    ulty of Social Sciences at the
    Tel Aviv School of Law and
    Economics for five years. Judge
    Zeltner is today assistant dean
    of the Law Faculty of the He-
    brew University.
    Co-hosts at the luncheon will be
    Stanley C. Myers and Herbert S.
    Shapiro, members of the Gilts
    and Legacies Committee of the
    South Florida Division of the
    American Friends of the Hebrew
    University. Shapiro was recently
    presented with the Megiddo Award
    irom the univer.-ity in recognition
    of his many years of devoted ser-
    vice, along with Alex Gordon, An-
    na Brenner Meyers and Kenneth
    Oka, who is chairman of the com-
    mittee in South Florida.
    Elects Rosenthal
    Greater Miami T
    To Succeed Cutler as President
    Rabbi Rottman
    To be Honored
    Mi sivta High School Women's
    >ivisk>n is planning a farewell
    luncheon for Rabbi H. Louis Rott-
    i mi Thursday noon. May 14,
    at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
    Rabbi Rottman. who has accept
    t Long Beach, NY., was one of the
    original founders ol Mesivta and
    .uidmg force in Mesivta from
    it> inception.
    'We are truly appreciative
    i in Rottman's efl rts on behalf
    devotion to our school,"
    Mrs Irwin Makovsky, president ol
    the women, stal
    i Rottman, wno was ordain
    ed Hebrew Theological Col
    I i hit ago, has i rved as
    . i Bet'i I.-r.i.-l Congregation
    m Miami Beach I r the past nine
    years.
    JUDGE Z. W. ZtlTNtR
    Hebrew U. Plans
    National Confab
    A national leadership conference
    to be held in New York City on
    May 23 and 24 was announced
    this week by the American Friends
    of the Hebrew University. The
    conference will be dedicated to
    developing closer ties between
    American Jewry and the Hebrew
    University of Jerusalem, accord-
    ing to Jack S. Popick. president
    of the South Florida Division of
    the Friends, and associate-chair
    man of the conference.
    Mrs. Samuel Simonholf. presi-
    dent of the Greater Miami Worn
    en's Division of the American
    Friends of the Hebrew University,
    v. ho will serve as associate chair-
    man of the conference.,.said that
    a large delegation will atti
    from Greater Miami.
    At the annual spring cultural
    gathering of the Women's Divil
    last week in the home ol Mr-
    Irving E. Miller. Mrs. Simonhofl
    invited chapter leadership to take
    part in those phases of the confer-
    ence which will particularly re-
    late to the Women's Di\ision pro
    gram throughout the world.
    Judge Simon E. Sobeloff. ol the
    United States Circuit Court of Ap-
    peal- for the Fourth Circuit, is
    serving as chairman of the con-
    ference. .' iseoh Meyerhoff, ol
    Baltimore, general chairman ol
    (be United Jewish Appeal, and
    Samuel Rothberg, of Peoria, III.,
    national campaign* chairman of
    the Israel Bond Organization, are
    i o (''.airmen.
    Hcrshel Rosenthal was elected
    president of the YMYWIIA of
    creater Miami at the organiza-
    tion's Kith annual dinner Sunday
    night at the Kings Hay Yacht and
    Country Club.
    Rosenthal, vice president of
    l lagler Savings and Loan Associa-
    tion, was previously president of
    the Miami YMHA Branch. He
    succeeds A. Budd Cutler. Miami
    attorney, who was honored upon
    the completion of a three-year
    term of office
    Cutler will serve as honorary
    president for the coming year.
    Also installed Sunday night were
    Maxwell Waas, president. Miami
    YMHA Branch, and Michael Sal-
    mon, president. North County
    YMHA Branch.
    Other officers elected were vice
    presidents, Jacob Katzman. Mrs.
    Philip Samet. George A. Simon
    and Stanley Spieler; treasurer.
    Sam Seitlin; associate treasurer.
    Milton Balsam; recording secre-
    tary. Mrs. Solomon Kami; and
    corresponding secretary. Irving
    Denmark.
    installing officer for the evening
    was Harold Thurman. vice presi-
    dent of the Greater Miami Jew
    ish Federation Greetings Irom
    the United Fund were brought by
    Gen. Arthur Evans, president. A
    piaque was presented to Mr. Cut-
    ler by Leon Kaplan, vice president
    of the National Jewish Welfare
    Board and past president of the
    local "Y."
    Board members elected for a
    two-year term were Mrs Richard
    Alper, Richard Brickman. Irwin
    Christie. Leon A. Epstein. Paul
    Faske. Mrs Dorothy F. Fink. Ben
    (idler. Mrs. Louis Glasser. Mrs.
    Samuel Gordon. Mar-hall Harris.
    Sam J. Heiman. Leon Kaplan.
    | Morris Levitt. Leonard Luria,
    Stanley C Myers. Norton Pallot.
    Leonard Rosen. William S. Ruben.
    John Serbin. Fred K. Shochet.
    Isidore B Simkowitz, Mrs. George
    A. Simon. Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Carl
    Wemkle and Mrs. Carl Weinkle.
    Members of the Board of Direc-
    tors who will he continuing to
    serve for another year are Rabbi
    Jonah E. Caplan. Seymour C.elher.
    I Dr. Arthur Gilbert. Aaron Gold.
    Harold Greene. Dr. Evan Katz.
    Mrs. Jacob Katzman. Mrs. Ben
    Kazer. Mrs Herbert Kier. Albert
    Ossip. Robert Perless. Dr. F.man-
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    Stewart 1. Suunc-s and Maxwell
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    Mrs Leah Friedson ar; fcj
    Irving Klein are in cktaj
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    Dancing and entertaianai
    be included in
    group's concluding
    season.
    President i- Mr- Dor ]
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    Page 1 IB
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    t IS
    irban League
    ills Officers
    Vrthur L. Pepper, 12430
    (I will be Installed as
    it of the Suburban League
    Hee-aiul-cake meeting Wcd-
    8 p.m., at Dade Federal
    : : ii: 1 Loan Association. So.
    Iry., at 194th St.
    lien of the installation are
    niel Franco and Mrs. Rich-
    Ickman. and co-hostesses
    Jay Mitchell. Mrs. Lar-
    iK'ii. and Mrs. Alan Hertz.
    new officers for 1964 to be
    include:
    ent. Mrs. Arthur Pepper;
    Ehip vice president. Mrs.
    [izrach; ways and means
    lident, Mrs. Macey Keyes;
    (ce president. Mrs. Alan
    volunteer service vice
    Mrs. James Orovitz.
    ling secretary, Mrs. Alan
    corresponding secretary.
    Blip Grossman; member-
    iretary, Mrs. David Sum-
    Ijasurer, Mrs Sam Berko-
    ttiaplain, Mrs. Richard
    in parliamentarian, Mrs.
    |]lli:i"'i I,
    i, Mrs Morns Levitt.
    inard Parker, Mrs. Rich-
    and Mrs. Albert Mor-
    has magnificent tapestried wals
    and paintings. All of us were sur-
    J)i^ed... Pope .Paul VI is jgally
    qulte tall. He immediately thrust
    forward his hand in friendship and
    and gave us all a round of warm
    hearted handshakes."
    According to Heller, the Pope
    said that "he knows of the Jew-
    ish War Vete.-ans." When we in-
    formed His Hoiireii that we
    hac' come to speak about the
    three and a half million Jews in
    the Soviet Union, he replied:
    "Ah, yes. We are fully aware of
    these poor, pcor peop.e. We
    must pray very hard for them.
    I will personally pray for
    them'."
    As Commander Heller sec- it,
    'The Pope implied his recognition
    and condemnation of Soviet anti-
    Semitism in this remark. He also
    showed his deep interest in the
    problem and his willingness to do
    something about it."
    Heller said that Italian Ambas-
    sador to the Vatican Mangone in-
    terpreted the Pope's remarks as
    "suggesting the church's moral re-
    sponsibility in the tragedy of Sov-
    iet Jewry."
    Left to riqht are Jewish War Veterans National Commander
    Daniel Neal Heller, Abraham Kraditcr and Pope Paul VI.
    JWV National Commander Says Pope
    Concerned About rate of Soviet Jewry
    ler Reelects
    is President
    inas, reelected for a sec
    as president ol Flagler-
    Jewish Center, will be
    in ceremonies at the Cen-
    Bursday, May 14, at 8:30
    Ce presidents are Tom
    land Sam Kessler.
    krvv. Leo Drutz. was elect-
    Bi second term; recording
    Mrs, Matthew Cohen;
    kndmg secretary, Mrs.
    truinpf; and financial sec-
    Airs. Hy Coverman. each
    la third term.
    prs of the board are Ben-
    Agronuw. Allen Bernkrant,
    Broun. Louis Bush. Berry
    ein, Hy Coverman. David Dorf-
    nan, Norman Emmer.
    Siel Kra-vhlau, I)a\id Cold-
    nbej, s. mm. 'I Coldstein. Selig
    'Oleik Jlut i.... Hor.lon. Mi-.. Jack
    >een, Milton Hart. Samuel Hol-
    ander.
    Mrs. I "i::.:. Levine. Morns
    I'erlaSHB Joseph Press, Marvin
    choenbei. ll.irold Strumpf.
    Nathan Ad.'lm.m. Sol Issenberg,
    tie Ruben-inn
    Hafdt Strumpf will install the
    A Miami at) irney had an au-
    d cc v. an Pope Paul VI in the
    \ i tican.
    II" is Daniel I I Heller. The
    en< .'i- arrangi d in Heller's
    capacitj :i~ national commander ol
    She Jewish War Veterans ol the
    United States
    "Actually;," explained Heller. "I
    had been trying to get a lacc-tu-
    tace inters ie w with Ntkita
    Khrushchev In Moscow ..i order
    to discuss ttit- tragic -ituation Of
    Jews behind the Iron Curtain.
    "The State Department," he
    explained, "approved my re-
    quest, and I had several meet-
    ings with Anatole Myshkov, first
    secretary of the Soviet Union in
    the United States. As a matter
    of fact, he attended a reception
    in my honor given by the JWV
    in Washington about a month
    and a half ago."
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    University of Florida on Apr. 18.
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    Dr. Baumgard
    To be President
    Of Rabbinical Unit
    I)r Herbert Baumgard, spiri-
    tual leader of Temple Beth Am.
    No Kendall Dr.. So, Miami.
    Wednesday elected president
    0 the Rabbinical Association of
    tter Miami
    Other olticers elected were
    ,bi .Jonah Caplan, Oi Temple
    h Yeshurun, vice president;
    bi Harold Richter, Beth Raph-
    seen tars i and Rabbi Norman
    ro, Beth David, treasurer
    Rabbi Solomon Schiff, of Con-
    gatinn Beth El. on i '
    . was i lected to a three-year
    i, as executive vice prsident.
    bi Scbifl was commended "for
    tstanding leadership during his
    n in office '
    Other outgoing officers in-
    clude Rabbi Eugene Labovitx,
    Temple Ner Tamid, secretary;
    Rabbi Morris Graff, Temple Is-
    rael, treasurer; Rabbi Alfred
    Waxman, Temple Zion, execu-
    tive vice president. Rabbi
    Baumgard served as vice presi-
    dent.
    The new president was ordained
    at Hebrew Union College-Jewish
    Institute of Religion in New York
    in 1950. from which he earned his
    loitoratc in Hebrew Literature in
    ]9f2.
    Rabbi Baumgard obtained his
    undergraduate degree at the Uni-
    versity of Virginia, and spent four
    years in graduate work at Colum-
    i u University's Department of
    Ancient Semitic Languages and
    < ill lures.
    Installation of new officers will
    take place in June.
    RABBI HSBRT BAUMSARD
    Chapter Closes Season
    Miami Beach Alternoon Chap-,
    lei of Women's American ORT.
    will hold its closing luncheon;
    meeting at 11:30 a.m.. Wednes-.
    day. at the Barcelona Hotel.
    "Sing-Along-with Dutch" and thej
    chapter's birthday celebration will
    be featured.
    Seminar Slated
    By Mount Sinai
    Medical staff of Mount Sinai
    Hospital will hold its 14th annual
    postgraduate seminar at the Fon-
    tainebleau Hotel on Thursday.
    Ha) li. through Saturday. May 16.
    featuring "Electronics in aledi-
    cine and Surgery."
    The seminar, designed to in-
    form the physicians on the lat-
    .-t important developments in the
    use ,i "Electronics in Medicine
    and Surgery." will have as mem-
    bers of 'i- faculty 12 nationally-
    known professors and doctors,
    who specialize in various aspects
    i the subject, chosen from hos-
    pitals, universities and medical
    schools throughoul the country.
    In addition to the individual lec-
    tures lour symposia will be held
    during the three-day course, with
    both local men and out of town
    guests participating. Included in
    the latter will be Dr. David P.
    Morris, head of the Launch Site
    Medical Operations. NASA, Man-
    ned Spacecraft Center. Florida
    Operations.
    According to Dr. Leonard L.
    Weil, local chairman, some 500
    Friday, May 8. 19()
    Oneg Shabat af Home
    Dr. and Mrs. [rving Lehrman
    have extended an invitation to
    members of the Tempi,. Emaou-El
    Confirmation Class ol 1954 atul
    their parents to Join them at a
    special Onejj Shabbat at their
    home Saturday afternoon ; 4
    p.m. Members of the Board ot
    Education have also bun unit
    eo to attend, when n
    the 1964 assay eontesi on what
    the Synagogue Mi a {
    physicians from many parts of the
    United States. Canada and South
    America have already enrolled
    for the seminar, which is also
    open to medical students, interns
    and residents
    Lorber Chapter
    Donor Luncheon
    Honoring a nationwide Institu-
    tion for 58 years of service to
    children afflicted with asthma.
    Lorber Chapter of the Children's
    Asthma Research Institute and
    Hospital at Denver will sponsor a
    donor luncheon on Saturday noon
    ai the Celebrity Room of the Co-
    conut Grove Playhouse
    Members and their guests will
    atUnd the matinee performance of
    "Guys and Dolls" at the Coconut
    Gi \e Playhouse Theatre.
    In charge of planning for the
    event are Mesdames Robert Smith.
    S: fred Freed and Ernie Harris
    In urging support of the donor
    eheon, Mrs. Marvin Guber-
    n 11. president of the chapter.
    stated that "the hospital home is
    largest facility in the nation
    tin treatment of youthful intract-
    asthmatics."
    Twenty Lorber members will be
    honored at the luncheon for their
    fi, d-raising activities.
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    'Jewisti nor Mian
    Page 13-B
    Jfyar Ira Silvar Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz will of-
    \ Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs. ficiate and present the celebrant
    Silver, will be Bar Mitzvah with a Bible from the Mollie Ka-
    taturday morning, May 9, at haner Sisterhood,
    ces in Beth David Synagogue. Harold attends John F. Ken-
    [,i Norman N. Shapiro will of- nedy Junior High and is a fifth
    te. j year student of the congregation's Lttttr Shalloway Irm Silver Alisa Geiger Cher,/ Trftll Allen Kali Joy ItviM
    prescntative of his seventh'. Religious School. He is a mem-
    e class in the Student Coun-1 ber of the North Miami Beach living in hos Angeles, Calif., will The celebrant has been a stu- ing services at Beth Moshe Con-
    t Shenandoah Junior High Tennis Team. | be hefe fof fc occasion I dent at the Temple zion Hebrew gregation. Rabbi Simon April
    plays cornet in the school; Among relatives attending the I ... t.___ and Cantor Hyman Fein will ot-
    and enjoys all sports. I Bar Mitzvah and the reception in *". Mrs. Tytell will be SeboolUx the past toee years.
    hosts at the Oncg Shabbat follow- His hobby is sUmp-coUecUng. J fourth-year student at Beth
    ing the service.
    Silver celebrated his own Harold's honor at the Hollywood
    Mitzvah at Beth David. Ac-1 Beach Hotel on Saturday evening
    in the congregation for many are his paternal grandparents,
    s he is now serving as a vice Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Greenberg,
    M,nt j and maternal grandparents, Mr.
    r and Mrs. Silver will honor and Mrs. Sam Flom, all of Pitts-
    son at a Kiddush following burgh.
    services.
    Alisa Geiger
    Mitzvah of Alisa
    Brian Goldenberg
    Bar Mitzvah of Brian Golden-
    I berg will be observed at Temple
    iniwvau "*"'"" *"""' Ner Tamid on Saturday morning,
    Haia,
    Allen Katz
    Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul
    Katz, 6485 SW 82nd St, will cele-
    brate his Bar Mitzvah on Satur-
    day morning, May 9, at Temple
    Zion, with Rabbi Alfred Waxman
    officiating.
    Allen is the son of the former Moshe Hebrew School, Linda at-
    Adele Sootin and grandson of Mr. j tends North Mjamj Junior High,
    and Mrs. -Hyman Sootin, longtime I and is member of the Miami
    Miamians. Snore Cotillion.
    An Oneg Shabbat, sponsored by
    Linda Tambor Mr and Mrs Tambor, will follow
    Linda, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. j the services in Popiel Social Hall,
    Stanley Tambor, will become Bas j and a party on Saturday at home
    Mitzvah on Friday, May 8, dur-1 will honor the celebrant.
    be celebrated Saturday morn-
    May 9, at Temple Emanu-El.
    vitz officiating.
    Son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
    llrVjnjT'Lehrman' will officiate! Goldenberg, 1750 Marseille Dr.,
    I ... attends seventh grade at he celebrant attends Nautilus
    JHebrew Academy. She lived Junlr High and the Temple Reli-
    laifa, Israel, for six years and 8'0US School.
    K\c(l her early education at
    Dteali School there. Fern Deutsch
    and Mrs. A. R. Hollander. 0n Saturday morning. May 9.
    Hparents of Alisa, will be during services conducted by Rab-
    ror the occasion. bi Mordecal Podet at Tempi.'
    Judea, Fern Susan Deutsch will be
    Bas Mitzvah.
    Jay Levine
    Irvine Lehrman.
    spiritual seventh grade student at
    r oi Ten Emanu-El, will Glad lun""' '"-h- F,'rn WI?tes
    [ate at the Bar Mitzvah oi "" the sch..... paper and plays
    (son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin clannel In the school concert
    this Saturday morning,
    at the Temple.
    band, she has given several piano
    recitals, and will continue her re-
    , is a seventh grade student h''laus studio.
    aut.lus Junior High, and his Mr. and Mrs Sidney Deutsch.
    Beth David Ladies
    To be Installed
    At Late Service
    Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro this
    week announced that May 15 will
    be the concluding late Friday
    evening service of the season in
    the mam -anetuary at Beth Dav-
    id Congregation until the fall.
    The service will be devoted to
    Sisterhood installation oi officers
    and board members for the year
    '.Sllil 1965.
    Mrs. Murray Dacks will be In-
    led as new president. Mrs.
    Theodore Lomaskin, chairman of
    the evening, has announced that
    Mrs. Harold Keinhard. incoming
    Mrs. haroid Reinhard, installing officer, Mrs. Murray Dacks, president of the Florida Branch of
    newly-elected president of Beth David Sisterhood, and Mrs. the National Women's League, will
    Em m Fiahina swimmino 163 sw 93rd Ave.. will host the
    r ,nw .,n e' b Kiddush in their (laughter's honor. Theodore Lomaskin, chairman of the evening for Sisterhood
    installation to be held dm ing the Sabbath services at Beth
    Lester Shalloway David Synagogue on May 15.
    Lester F. Shalloway was Bar
    and Mrs. Sam Gorenstein
    Mrs. Anna Levine, grandpar-
    of the Bar Mitzvah will be-
    nt at the celebration.
    i:
    Beth David Holds Parents to be Guesis
    Mitzvah on Saturday morning,
    celebrant will be honored May 2. during services conducted
    JOddush in Sirkin Hall follow- by Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz at Beth rjAnftr | irnrhpon
    She service and at a reception Torah, following in the footsteps a^wsiws hMiiviiswn
    Be evening at the Deauville of his brother, David, who was gome 250 women attended the
    , Bar Mitzvah there three years Bcth David Sisterhood Chai don-
    ago. or luncheon last Thursday in the
    Dr. and Mrs. C. Leon Shalloway I r-ontaine Room of the Fontaine-
    honored their son at a reception Dleau Hotel.
    Mark Blauhut
    son of Mrs. Marcia Blau-
    rill become Bar Mitzvah at
    and formal dinner on Sunday
    conduct the installation coremony.
    New officers are Mrs. Irving
    Weiner, Mrs. Bernard Bloom, Mrs.
    Albert J. Beer. Mrs. Leonard
    Wolf, Mrs. Max Rosing, Mrs. Har-
    old Berke, Mrs. John Strunin,
    Mrs. Seymour Kaplan, Mrs. Harry
    Parents of the boys and girls j Zuckerman, Mrs. Theodore Lomas-
    who will become Bar and Bas Mitz- kin and Mrs. Louis Seitlin, imme-
    vah at Temple Emanu-El during I (iiaJe past president, who will act
    'How Beautiful Our Heritage
    [Torah Congregation on Sat- evening in the Beth Torah Social Runneth Over" was theme
    morning, May 9, with Rabbi j Hall. Mrs. Shalloway is a mem- fQr the day English bone china
    i. Lipschitz and Cantor Ben- ber of the congregation's Board cups and saucers were given each
    Kirschenbaum officiating. : of Directors. st
    .he fourth year at the Reli-: Rabbi Lipschitz and Cantor Ben Norman N Shaniro spiri-,
    School, the celebrant attends: Zion Kirshenbaum joined the 200 Ja i"^^
    \ Kennedy Junior High. guests and outoftowners includ- Jual leader oi Bern uav.a,
    for the occasion will be ing Mrs. Abraham Hershbein, of guest speaKcr
    New York City, Bette's sister, and Musical entertainment completed i
    the coming year will be guests of
    the PTA at the home of Mrs. Paul
    Plotkin on Tuesday, May 12. Mrs.
    Plotkin and Mrs. Sam Luby Jr.,
    PTA president, will greet the
    ladies and join in a discussion of
    the symbols and traditions that
    surround the festive occasion.
    French Cuisine
    To be Featured
    At Chez Pepe
    as advisor. Rabbi Shapiro will de-
    liver the sermon.
    Sisterhood will host the congre-
    gation at the Oneg Shabbat fol-
    l lowing services. Past presidents
    of Sisterhood will serve as host-
    esses.
    Early Friday evening services
    will continue to be held in the
    Herbert E. Scher Chapel.
    s maternal grandparents,
    nd Mrs. Martin Reese of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shalloway the afternoon S Program.
    'ork Citv and son, of Palm Beach, Dr. Shal- Donor Luncheon Committee was; Cnez pepe ncw restaurant, de-
    loway's brother. headed by chairman, Mrs. Morris sjgned by noted local architect
    Rabinow itz. Co-chairman was: james Deen, was to open official- ment Morton Towers. Ail conveniences.
    Mrs. Walter Falk; secretary. Mrs. ly to tne pl,blic on Thursday. Reference*. Write MRS. I.,
    Murray Marcus. Members of the........ ,. P.O. Box 2973, Miomi, Flo. 33101
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    pleasant widow, lovely large Apart-
    Sosan Kalman
    Friday evening. May 8, at Cheryll Tylell
    e Zion. Susan, daughter of Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro, spiri- """"* "**"" ^'IV^nrrv "7.,','k Located at 5950 So. Dixie Hw
    md Mrs. Reeven Kalman, will u.al leader of Beth David Congre- comm,t,cl *irc..,'" Ma' >n,^.. the restaurant, resembling a coun- '
    fas Mitzvah, Rabbi Alfred gation, will conduct late Friday rma"- erm ^7*"j try provincial French chalet, will r
    fan officiating. evening services, May 8. when Mrs. John *};*lr*-^ml^rwl French and continental f
    an. a seventh grade student Cheryl Sue Tytell. daughter of Mr. J"Plan- ""' "" KOsmg "na cuisine. Chez Pepe will be open.,
    nee de Leon Junior High, and Mrs Bernard Tytell, becomes "^""JJJ soitliiV is Sisterhood l'vcr>' evening from dinner begin
    to continue her studies in Bas Mitzvah.
    [Temple Zion Confirmation Interested in dramatics, Cheryl president._______________
    i has participated in plays at Shen-
    * andoah Junior High, where she is Souih Florida COUJIC/I
    Harold Rabinoviti i in the seventh grade, and in num-
    Mitzvah of Harold, son of erous Beth David Religious School South Florida Council,
    ring at 4 p.m. Luncheon will not ?
    be served to the public, hut the >
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    ~PKI^ |- l,..rn,lin.h,non:l,S,,,.:- "^S^,^ h l>r Ro
    i>,i,. Cftunttana Joined other
    norldiani Ihroughoul the state to
    trek to the polta Tuesday, where
    they promptl) contributed to *cor
    ing ,1 political upset,
    Jacksonville Mayor If ay don
    Burns, running for Governor ol
    Florida, as of press ''"" wi,n a"
    f Florida'! 2.27 14 reporting, garnered 801.048
    votes.
    Making stunninq runner-up
    VMS Miami Mayor Robert Kinj
    High, with 201,436. The two will
    bo in a runoff hero May 26.
    Third was Bcotl Kelly, 101.087;
    fourth, Pred Wdtlmon. I79JW7:
    fifth. Jeol Matbews, 116,015; and
    sixth, Pred Karl, BfcOTO.
    Mao ns m \ general's I ace was extremely
    close, iiii Miami Attorney Earl
    Falrcloth scoring 440.328 talli
    to Incubent James Kynea 44.5Zi.
    In the race tor United State*
    Senate, .ncumhcnt Speaaard Hoi-
    land scored a 2 1 victory over his
    opponent, Bralley Odham. with
    Holland receiving 848.643 to Od
    ham's 2),3t>4
    Returned o his teat in the
    U.S. Houte of Representative*
    was Rep. Claude Poooer with
    60,852 votes to Woody Hamp-
    ton's 20,02 in tho Third District.
    In Dado's other congressional
    race, incumbent Democrat Re?.
    Dante Faseell ran unopposed.
    In the Florida Utilities Commis-
    sion race, it was as Ipllows Ed
    Mason, incumbent, 44.r>;7. over
    Brewer, 178J90.
    Former Metro Commissioner
    Robert Haverfield scored ; victory
    over long-time Incumbent CUfl

    was
    Mar-Len Gardens Community Here
    Now under construction is Mai
    l Pn Gardens al 18800 NE 14th
    \w No Miami Beach
    i',,. garden apartment commun-
    u i- for adults only \t Mar Len
    .. mi,mis ire featured two hixuri
    .,ns swlmmins. pools, with one ol
    them heated, s huge air condi
    Honed auditorium and complete
    stage, a full-time recreation dlrec-
    horaeahoe pitching and sep
    . sauna
    Also featured are a billiard
    room, card rooms, steam baths,
    shuffleboard, tun deck, fully-
    equipped kitrhen, hobby room,
    patio areas, and putting green.
    Mar l pn Gardens is directly be-
    hind Hoi dim s in the I68rd St.
    Shopping Center Available within
    walking distance are shopping,
    theatres, restaurants, temples and
    iins sit\ Ice
    Garden apartments bouin as low
    as 17.668. Pioneer builders are
    the team "i I eonard Pearl, l*on-
    ard Schreiber, Marcus Geaundheit
    and Sidney Gordon The exclusive
    site features s recreation building
    with three acres of private facil
    [ties for Mar-Len residents only.
    hrrc uarnerin.,
    ,,, 46.626. Al-ran
    Charles Brown. 1W.
    , races for State Legiala-
    ture it was .is folows:
    '"Group One D.vld Eldred
    (i,,128. m runoff against Robert
    Shevin. 41.408. Runnewe
    Opp.nlx.rn. 15.862; Belting, 18.3".
    and Buss, 1202.
    Group Two Ralph Tost on. 45,
    714. runoff Bgainsl Bernard Ber-
    man. 83.066 Losers were Caftoun.
    22 459 Kavanaugii, 16.061; '>'r-
    8.787; Smith, 5.186; and Bomar.
    3.681.
    Group Five It will be a run
    llH between Dick Renlck, 5ti.320;
    and Kenneth Myers, 4H.ti44 Loser
    was Furlong, 30.212.
    Group Six Incumbent Murray
    Dubbin defeated his opponent.
    Hugh Wilson, by 78.688 to 32.870.
    Group Seven Mary Ann Mac
    KeiUie, 67.572. to win over Brower.
    22.211; Meyerson, 18,621; steams.
    10.638; Kraunsz, 9.517; and Oest
    erie, !'.:<78.
    Group Twelve Dick Fincher,
    winner, with 81.563, over Bell,
    36.841
    Group Fourteen ilaxinc Ba-
    ker, 54.408: ever Young, 26.787;
    and Whiting, 28.674.
    In the race lor sherrif, incum-
    benl T. A Tal" Buchanan, de-
    feated his opponent, Miner, by
    111508 to 33.264.
    In the raee for Juvenile Judge,
    it will be a runoff between Don
    Stone. 39.488; versus incumbent
    Judge Culbreath, 32.247. Others
    were Goahgarian, 29.55.4; Coniglio,
    22.310; and Levine, 1R.162.
    In Small Claims louit Marten
    Shachat, 75.186, over Sundle, 25.
    188
    For School Board;
    Group OneJane Roberts, in
    cumbent, 62.504. over Goodman,
    28.205. Knoll. 10.979. Kryar. 9.399;
    Mavilyu, 4,348; ami LanRboin,
    3 ?19 "
    Specht 17.300: and Smith. 8,767.
    Dittrict Four-Winner was C T.
    McCrimmon, 49.220; Davidson.
    46.817.
    District Fiveincio.i.ient Anna
    Bn-nner Meyers. 86.932. defeated
    Nash, 29.660.
    For Justice of the Peace District
    One-Hugh DuVal. 31.286, winner,
    o\er Christmas. 29.433.
    Dittrict Four-Adair. 4.530 win-
    over Dt-utsch. 1.929; Weber.
    1 903; Shumpes. 249.
    In the Constable's contett, Dit-
    trict One-Cilbert. 37.740; winner
    Over Hllddleston. 13.448. ]
    District Two-Bradley. 6 339. and
    GiUeaple, 4.658. In runoff; also-
    rans; Tumblm. 864; Kersey. 693.
    District Three-Thclma Hardi-
    M.n incumbent, winner. 18.857.
    over Madden. 13.421
    District Four-Wright. 3.127. and
    Conway. 2.610. runoff over Ed-
    wards. 1.879. and Brock. 863
    District Five-Leonard Vyin
    stein, 10,025, winner over Cletn.
    3 091
    Treasure Cay In
    Fishing Tourney
    Treasure Cay, Abaco, Bahamas,
    i ne of the newest resorts in the
    Bahamas. 121 nautical miles from
    Nassau and 167 miles northeast of
    Miami, will launch it- second an-
    nual bonefisbing tournament on
    May 10 and will run through Ma)
    16, according to an announcement
    made by the manag< ment.
    With acres and acre- of hone
    fishing Hats lying on t>"'h sides
    of Abaco. with Treasure Cay ufc
    nated in the midst of them, the
    inn has bonefisbing banks almost
    within wading and alking dis-
    tance of its 600-tt bj 6 I ft marina.
    Silver cups will be awarded to
    anglers holding first, second and
    third places at the conclusion of
    PAUL MANDi
    String Group
    Heard Here
    The Pierre M .,:..;.
    el. in cooperation with
    Public Librarj
    concert on Thursday, .
    8;15 p.m.
    Program
    of Haydn. Mozarl and %
    ski
    :
    Members of th quirtrj
    Pierre Mande, violin;
    Ridsdale, violin; Oemttr*|
    vicla, and Vittorio C*j
    cello.
    Paul Robert Mamie, dart
    was to play
    No 6. for i lark*
    quartet
    Son of Pierre Maori*, tb
    musician is j
    Cables Senior High. m\
    first clarinet with the
    Symphonic Societj |
    i.- a pupil of William
    the tournan
    (\ ery contesi
    citation.

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    May 8. 1964
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    Page 15-B
    lie Emanu-EI Affiliate Unit
    rs to be Installed Friday Evening
    M. Lipton. president of
    hSmanu-El, announces that
    \p\v will hold the annual
    Jon of its Sisterhood,
    bod and PTA on Friday
    fat 8:30 p.m.
    stallution dinner will be
    Isirkin Hall preceding the
    Dr. Irving Lehrman will
    e new officers and official-
    It them into office.
    ... i, .('.,! sisterhood ""vii-
    11.rii -i Shapiro, president;
    ne. i -li'iiutii. honorary \iee
    ; Mr*. Milton Slrkin. Mr*,
    tevey, Mm. Th.-..dore Kalli-H
    Jll uli KatZlliail. Vice plisl-
    |Mrs i::iyiimiiil Mi Is,hick.
    Mt* Sam Wleeen, adjnln-
    [trcasurer; Mrs. Louis H;ui--
    IdlllK f .-r. larj : Mi s. Hi nrj
    ttitilm secretary; Mm.
    ,ln.....I. tn.-nilu rship fin.ui-
    rtar.i : Mm. Michael Roeein,
    Bit<;ii.. financial secretary:
    fc.i l'--s. nglll l.n. seele'alv
    I i it <; Mrs. Kenneth Hokol-
    i : n M e, Alexander Kogan,
    Martin Woolln, ChHrles ravers, .\l
    Zabln and Leonard XiiK.it
    FVdlnwInR are the new PTA offi-
    cers: Mesdntws Ham Luby Jr., prea-
    Idenl: irvliia i.. iifiiiaii. hnnornr) vice
    prevldent: lln Levy, Martin Smith,
    Ronald Fine, I .,- .ii:ll-.l l-'liodlalnl n tt
    Alan Rothstein. vice presidents: Sey-
    mour SPiui'i, t r--a in-, r. 11 t i-t I'.mh-
    wald, conresimnillng secretary: Ira
    Hader, finaui-i.il secretary: Raymond
    Mufaon, recording secretary: Alvln
    Cawn, Hoclnl secretary: Stuurl Gold-
    man. historian.
    Hoard of Direct) rs Includes Mes-
    dames Seymour AUcrnian. Rrtnuld
    Anr, MTlton F*cller, Sol Goldateln,
    Alfred l.evl. I'uul Plulkln, Prank
    Schneider, Stunrl Simon, Harold In
    mi-. Joseph Abilow, Koberi Funk
    Norman Oilier, lienjajnlii ilreene, El-
    llotl Harris, itaphael V'unea, Hlrsh
    Aili.-r. Donald Aronow, Donald A.--
    thur, Jack Axelrod, Joseph Kauliua,
    Morris nick}'. Jack Rlmbaum.
    Mesdnmes Pnttl Blumberg, Martin
    Borkan, l.to Kr.mleis, Harold llrooKB,
    I'hlllp Brooks, entries ('..hi.-Imhi.
    Dennis Carlln, Irvlnx Cowan, [rvlnx
    Cypen Leon Epstein, Peter Goldrlng,
    Daviil Goodman, William Uordon,
    i.....i i' nil of Dlrectoit- in-
    llesiluuies Joseph Abelow,
    Abrnmson, llns.li Adler,
    All.i .in. Arthur Apple -
    |a\ Rimer, R. Allt-n Becker,
    -rgm a, Leo Berman, Mil-
    Chi .. Binder, Max Bo-
    iini'-. Brick; i.iiuis Bunlm,
    ng, Mortimer <'ohen, Uri -
    |n. Ir\ Iiih 'j pen. Max I >lnls-
    I Duiddn, Jack hulk, Mil-
    George Feuer, Jack Fine,
    Sum Filedland.
    ps M turlce Qans, Chnrli
    en V. "ii linsbui a. .1.....li
    !>,ii.ii ,i Qllckman, Allen
    I..... ioldberg, Bol Gold-
    H.....Ihi.iii. Raymond
    \ del (lordon, \\ llliam
    ,i in ii i ioraon, Abe >: .....
    liri \ii i Hankoff, Bl-
    b. Anna W. Hlrahman, s,>i
    plan, Shi rman Kap-
    .-.- K Kins, Theodore Kip-
    K"' iztiy, Murry Koretaky,
    Dveis. Ml rrls l r. Sol Leslie, Reuben Levin,
    l.ip- i. Samuel Lipton, Isl-
    . Milton K Lubarr, Murry
    er B. Marks, Herman
    Morris Mllstone.
    B>s M ron Miinak. A. .1.
    n-ii Morton, Phltln Neu-
    re N'.w-mnn, Edward New-
    i IVrlniutter, Paul Plot-
    I .lurk B. Poplck,
    t.:. Leo Robinson, Hurl >
    .I.-- ptl M. Rose, Harry
    Mi-sen II. Rosenhouse,
    ili n, Simon R. Rubin, Ju-
    Vteln. Murraj Bchwarts-
    Ini Silverman, Jack Silv r-
    Mlv.-ittian. I'halieH SI........
    florlin Stall h. Mill,,n Smith. Alfreil
    'In i: Mi-ulil. T..I.I.,.-
    iuaaman. Mi I'.iin.s. liuorai
    aliaooff. I
    -onard Ti
    'mrer,
    , FtucV
    Kew of i
    r Hilton
    Pi
    I.
    t. Itch, Philip Thau,
    Thomas Trent, Har-
    1 yp.-ii. Samuel liai-
    imeranoa.
    . n, president; l^en Cy-
    S.iial. Samuel S*llz,-r
    Shapiro, vice presl-
    Kosenstraueb, record-
    Milton Blum, uorras*
    tur>: Martin S. Borkan,
    harles Kosenlilatt. finan-
    >. Albert Osslp, chaplain.
    Directors mclunea Joseph
    n.,r-i AbramsoQ, Dr. Bey-
    .iii. Stanley Apte. Robarl
    Jerry Blank. Herbert
    Mlrwin S. ITassel, Alvln
    P. Clinnnine, Judge Mey-
    j,. ii)i Cohan, Tad Cohen,
    Ian, Judo Irving t'\ p.-n.
    In. Judge Milton K.-ller.
    I. Noah Plelsher. Robert
    N".-nan Ulller, Ben Elon
    iniuat, a:: -i.-i,-
    p don. EIHott Harris.
    ^U. Murry Koretzky. IIj-Ian
    Ser-i.n ]jks, Alfred 1 evi.
    Jr., Dr. Herman Mech-
    I I ertnoy. Sidney Ray-
    I I-'. Kuliln, Iiavld Samei-
    .---sin. Louis Bpactor,
    Charles Strelser, Leonard
    irles Welnberg, Milton
    at Wolf, Marshall \v,.lp.-r.
    \
    )
    ilfied, beautiful i
    irently card for
    foundings for our
    irted loved ones ar*
    rce of vtiy rmi
    toalL
    Cl i IVI I .' "ii 'i'I If*
    OMMU -"I "'
    MO 1-7693
    Rabbi Stern
    Back from Tour
    LEGAL NOTICE
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOH DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 62I'3-A
    IN ItK: Estate hi'
    Ml il.I.IK KIHNKR
    I l.-i eased
    NOTICE OF PROBATE
    THE STATE "1- FLORIDA;
    TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IV
    THE BHTATE OF SAID DECEDENT
    Vim are hereby notified that a writ-
    ten Instrument purpi rtln t...... the
    last will and testament of said id......
    iii-ni has been admlted t" probaw in
    said Court. Vim are herei.y com-
    manded within six calendar months
    from the dute of iln- first publication
    of Ilils notice lo appear in said Court
    studnts in Spanish and discussing ;-' 'Xn'rf^d CouVTn .Xltthw
    the problem of Jewish identity. nald will to probate should not stand
    Rabbi Tibor Stern, of Beth
    Jacob Congregation, has returned
    from an extended tour of Mexico
    and New York. During the re-
    cent tour, Rabbi Stern traveled ex-
    tensively to lecture on Torah Juda-
    ism.
    He addressed several congre-
    gations in the capital city of Mex-
    ico, speaking to Jewish university
    MILTON SIRKIN
    Night in Israel*
    To be Presented
    "A Night in Israel" will be pre-
    sented Sunday, 8 p.m.. by the Sis-
    terhood of Congregation Beth Is-
    rael of Miami Beach in Her Maj-
    esty Motel. 6620 Indian Creek Dr.
    Israeli foods and wines will be
    featured at the kosher affair, along
    with entertainment and Israeli
    costumes.
    Chairman of the event is Mrs.
    Harrv Rosenberg. Serving with
    her are Sirs. Bernard Bastacky.
    Mrs. Murray Rosenberg. Mrs. Lou
    Pollack, Mrs. Peter Goldring and
    Mrs. Alexander C. Moskovits.
    Tickets may be obtained by-
    calling the synagogue office.
    LBGAL MOTICi
    From Mexico City. Rabbi Stern
    flew to New York to address the
    annual banquet of the Bialystoker
    Home for the Aged, which was;
    tendered in honor of its life pres-
    ident, Jacob C. Cohen.
    The following Sunday, Apr. 26.
    Rabbi Stem was guest speaker at
    I groundbreaking ceremonies of
    the Rabbinical Seminary of Amer-
    1 ica. known as Mesivta Chiam Ber-
    lin. An audience of some 3.000
    persons heard his message on Jew-
    ish survival.
    LEGAL NOTICE
    N
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    .'.I'lli'i: IS HEREBY OIVfcN
    thai
    the underslnned deslrlna In enmce In
    business under the fk-Ut'oua name of
    \i\ii: rtRAI'TY sirri.il-.:- at
    v r u, : ,i sir--, t. No Miami
    Intends to i-eglsti r said name
    Clerk "f Ihe Circuit Lourl
    i 'i.iinn Florida. .......
    hl'N ItEAI'TY .V II \RBI-.R
    SUPPLY CO., INC.
    :. s-r, -'.".'-'-"'
    I leach
    with the
    .1 I'ad.
    MIS. S4M ttfir iff.
    Hernard Green, Robert Green. How-
    ard Qruiner, Koliert Hart. Jaefc Hart-
    ley. Murrv K iretiky. Michael Krop,
    Alfred l.i-vi. Reuben Levin, Oscar Le-
    vlne, Murrv Maisel. Alvin Malnlk.
    Samuel Manor. Isaai- Mixrachi, Jack
    Plncus. Paul llotkln. Lawrence Pur-
    ler. Anne Relff, Leonard Rlchelson,
    Hi maid Ki.se. Ch.lll.s
    SeyniiHir RObln, Joseph Rubinstein,
    Milton S.-hernu.-. (!. David Schlne,
    Harold Segal, Herb, rt Shapiro, Abe
    Sheffnian. Stuart Simon, Sheldon
    Spector, Ian W.illack, Chester Weln-
    er Sbjmund Welntraub, Herbert
    Zeuiel.
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY IN CHANCERY
    No 84C 5077
    QERTRl'DE R. BErDBMANN.
    Plaintiff,
    vs.
    I'M 1. BBIDEMANN.
    Defendant.
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    TO; I'MI. BBIDEaiANN
    Pickwick Arms Hotel
    230 Baal 51st Street
    New York City, Sew YorK
    Y.iu Paul R. Seiil.inann are li.i.-l.v
    n.-tlfi.sl that a Bill of Complaint for
    Divorce has ......i filed against ymi.
    and you ire required to serve a copy
    f m.ui Answer ..r Ptoadlns; to the
    still f C.mpl.iint on the plaintllt s
    attorneys, MYKRS, HEIMAN *KAP-
    I \N II"." 8.W. 1st Street. Miami.
    Florida ami tile the orbjlnal Anawer
    or Pleading in the office of the t lerk
    of the Circuit Court on or before tne
    sth dav of June. im If you fall to
    do so, ludKiiient by default will be
    taken against you for the renel de-
    manded in the Bill of Complaint
    Thi- notice shall he published once
    each week l"i four Cooaecutlve weeks
    in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
    DONE AND tIRDBRBD at .Miami.
    Florida, this. Ctb dax of May, A.D.
    K B. I.KM'HICKMAN, Clerk.
    Circuit Court. Dailc County. Florida
    (seal) By: Marguarite atocford
    Deputy Clerk
    MYERS, HEIMAN ft KAPLAN
    1150 8.W. 1st Street
    Miami, Florida
    Attorneys for Plaintiff ,.M.M_M
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NiiTP'!-: IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
    the undersigned, desiring to .imam In
    business under Ihe fictitious name o
    VMERICAN WINDOW COMPAM ut
    lpnn N.W. 20th Court, oi.a-l.oika.
    Kl.ni.ia Intend to register said name
    iih the i'I.- !i "f the Circuit Cowl
    ..I I M.le CoUnty, Florida.
    CAROL E. SUKPI'MMi
    El'UBXE A. FEftOL'SON
    MAX M HACil'.N
    Anorne.i for American Window i "._
    unrevoked.
    First publirailon of this notice yn
    Hi, Mh dav of May, lM.
    W. !'. BLANTON, Count.! Judr.
    (seal) r.v l.oi- l I'a-toiii.l.i. Clerk
    IRVING CYHEN LAW OFFICES
    Attorney
    sgl Arthur < Hie;. Road
    Miami Beach. Plorlds
    :. g.|.i.S2
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
    FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    IN CHANCERY
    No. WC 5022
    Charles Bianco,
    Plaintiff,
    vs.
    (II1LDTH BIANCO,
    Delemlaii-.
    TO; OOLDIK 111 VNCO
    I2M9 C|a> \\. nue
    Bronx, N' w York
    Yin ARE HEREBY notified that a
    Complaint for Divorce has been filed
    agalnsi you, an.i you are hereby re-
    quired to serve u copj ol youi nnawei
    in the Complain I on the Plaintiff-
    atorney, ARTHL'R W. KARL1CK,
    whose iiddrem i~ 21 N.W. nth Street
    Miami. Florida, ami til. the original
    of the Answer In the of I lee of the.
    Clerk of the Kleventh Judicial circuit
    in .mo foi Bade County, Florida nn
    or before the stli daj of June, 1961, in
    default of which thi i 'ompla nl w II
    in taken as con ssed by you.
    I 'ai.-il Hit- '.ih das of .Uiii. 1964
    E. B. LEATHERMAN
    i 'lei I, of : lie Circuit Court
    (seall By; i P. Cl H'ELAND
    Deputy cu-rk
    : t-i: S2-;"i
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
    the undersigned, desiring to engage In
    business under the fictitious name of
    KITE-WAY SERVICE Bl'RKAl al
    rii Box -<''' North .Miami Beach,
    pia.. intends to register said ntime
    with the Clerk "f the circuit court
    ,.i Bade County, Florida.
    ii 11 IN V. KEEl IAN
    Sole Owner
    P.O. Box -
    Nirih Miami Beach, Florida
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    Che undersigned, desiring to i-ngnse in
    l.iitin.ss under the fictitious name ol
    SlltFSIliK (iCI.F SERVICE 8TA-
    TPiN at :'i"l Harding Ave., Kurtside.
    Fin., intends tO reRister said Maine
    With the Cleik ol tin- CfrcUft CoOTI
    oi Bade Count), Florida.
    WALTER MCROTF
    5 I5-SS-29
    Ciment Named
    To Honorary
    Perry Ciment. of 1330 Drexel
    Ave., was named to Kappa Tau
    Alpha, national journalism honor-
    ary, this week.
    Ciment, 20, will graduate this
    June from the University of Miami
    with a BA in journalism. He
    plans to go into advertising.
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
    the undersigned, desiring to engage in ,
    - i business under the fictitious name of |
    Rosenblatt. ROYAL ISLE APARTMENTS at 70S
    East Drive, Harbor Island, North Bay '
    Village intend to register said name
    with the Clerk of the Circuit i;ourt of
    I hole County, Florida.
    HYMAN KIRSNER
    IDA KIRSNER
    I.EEP &- ANKUS
    Attorneys for Hunan & Ida Kiisnei-
    :. B-15-I2-S9
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    notice is hereby" given that
    the undersigned, desiring to ena*c in
    bm.lne.ss under the fictitious name of
    Lot'ETTE CERAMICS at :'W Pay
    Drive, Suite 711, Miami Beach. Flor-
    ida Intends to register said name with
    the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Bade
    Couniv, Florida.
    LOl'ISE F. MAEN
    Sole Owner
    Beluel. Albert. Weiss & Lyons
    Attorneys for Applicant
    HSU West Flagler Street
    Miami. Florida
    .r. S-l.-|-L'U-'.'9
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    thi undersigned, desiring to engage in
    business uiid' r the fictitious names
    of The Wedding Center? The Wedding
    Center ol Miami; The Wedding Cen-
    ter ..I Coral Cables: Tile Wedding
    Center of Florida; The Wedding Cen-
    ter of (Ireuter Miami at :tiiH Coral
    Way. Miami, Florida intends 10 reg-
    ister said names with the Clerk of the
    circuit Court of Bade County, Florida.
    MARIAN FliEEKIELD
    Owner
    5 8-15-22-29
    Circuit court, hth judicial
    circuit. dade county. fla.
    in chancery
    No. 64C 4984
    GENE MARTIN BENNETT.
    Plaintiff,
    vs.
    PEARL BENNETT,
    Defendant.
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    vol. PEARL BENNETT, Resi-
    dence Cnkonwn, are notified to serve
    a copy of vn n- answer to Divorce
    Complaint filed against you on Plain-
    tiff's attorney, GEORGE NICHOLAS,
    812 N.W. 12th Ave.. Miami. Fin., and
    file original With Clerk of this Court
    on or befere June Sth IM4, otherwise
    complafnt will be confesed by you.
    DATED May 1. 19*1.
    E. II. LEATHERMAN
    Clerk of ihe Circuit Court
    (seal) By: c. P. copei.and
    Deputy Clerk
    R-16-S2-2S
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 61675-A
    Hon W. F. Blanton
    IN RE; Estate of
    LEAH CIIASEMAN.
    i > ceamed.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons tU\ -
    ing Claims or Demands Against Said
    Hsiat.-:
    You are hereby notified and re-
    quired iii presenl an) claims and ib -
    . inands which you may have against
    Hi. .stale of LEAH CHASEMAN di -
    ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
    to the County .ledges of Dad. Coun-
    ty, a lid file (he same in duplicate and
    as provided In Sect ton ?:;:;. is. Florida
    statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
    ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
    uit, within six calendar months from
    the time of tile first publication here-
    of, or the same will be barred.
    Dated at Miami. Florida, tills 21'tb
    da) of April. A.I i. Il'BI.
    JollN H. DI'IIIi;. Administrator
    9('-.' Ainslev BWg.
    Miami. Fla. SUM; Ph. S79-1644
    John II. Dliriil. Esq., Administialoi
    MM Ainsle) Bfdg., Miami, Fhi.
    ___________________________.-i-<-i:.--.-j
    in The county judges court
    in and for dade county,
    florida in probate
    No. 59244-C
    IN RE; Estate of
    MAE DA.S'NA
    1 i.ceasi'l
    notice on intention to make
    APPLICATION KiiR DISTKlRlTlON
    AND FINAL DISCHARGE
    Notice Is hereby given that I
    have filed a Final Reisirt and Peti-
    tion for Distribution and Final O^-
    cliurge us Executrix of the estate of
    MAE BANNA, deceased; and that on
    ihe S6th day of May. l'.'HI. will apply
    to the Honorable County Judges of
    Dade County, Florida, for approval of
    said Finai Reoort and for distribution
    and final discharge as Executrix of
    the estate of the above-named dece-
    dent. This 27th dav of April, 1964.
    .MARIE DANNA
    Executrix
    KIRT WELL1SCH
    Attorney
    1*7 Almeria Avenue
    Coral Gables, Florida
    8/1-8-15-M
    YOU GET MORE CALLS
    . WHIN YOUR PHONt 15 ALWAYS ANSWUtlD
    We can answer your phone in your own name. Less
    than $5 par week for a full tima Telephone Secretary.
    ANSWERITE, INC.
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    Phone JEfferson 8-0721

    CIRCUIT COURT, 11TH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY, FLA.
    IN CHANCERY
    No. 64C 401
    i.i us i: D.wisi i.\.
    Plaintiff.
    A LFRBI C. 1 i.vvisuN.
    Defend int.
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    Till', ALFRED C DAVI80N, Resi-
    dence Unknown, are notified to serve
    a copy of your answer to Divorce
    Complaint fifed against you on Plain-
    tiffs attorney, GEORGE NICHOLAS,
    id. N.W. 12th Ave. Miami. Fla., and
    in.....Iglnal wiili Clerk of tdis- Court
    on or befi re June Bth 1964, oth( r Be
    complnlhl iviii ii. confessed !> you.
    DATED Ma) 5, 1961.
    i: il LEATHERMAN
    i ii i;, if the cit-i ; i' Court
    is.,.; i R) ; C. V. Cl iPELAN 11
    I i,-|i it) i I- I -v
    G 8-15-2l'-29
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersiKiied, desiring to i mean.
    ill business under the fictitious name
    of BOGNER SALES CO.. S219 N.W.
    list Street. Intends to register said
    name with the Clerk of the Circuit
    Court of Dad.- County, Florida.
    SOI TIIEASTERN HAT CORP
    4 17-24. 5/1-J
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
    the undersiKiied, desiring to engage
    in business under the fletitioiis name
    of PALMAR APARTMENTS at IttR-
    "7 Abbott Avenue, Miami Reach, In-
    tends to register said name with the
    Clerk of tin- Circuit Court of Dado
    County, Florida
    MARTHA BAIJ.AN
    MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
    Attorney for Applicant
    1111 Ainsley Hldg.
    4 17-24,
    i'1-8
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage
    In business under the fictitious namo
    Of SINSIIINK i All WASH al ISIRO
    \V. Dlxb Highway, North Miami
    Beach, Florida Intends to register said
    name with the Clerk of the Circuit
    Court of Dade County. Florida.
    SALVATi IRE MIRAHELLA
    Sole i Iwner
    I'AI'l. KWITNKY of
    Sllverstein, Kw & -
    Attornej for App
    120 Lincoln Road Mall
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    FOOD
    FAIR
    PRICES EFFECTIVE THU.-JAY 1HKO WEEKEND QUANJTTY^IGHTS RESERvIJ|
    Thinking of the Biggest Savings on Foods
    Think FIRST of FOOD FAIR
    $OVSL DURING FOOD FAIR'S 44th ANNIVERSARY
    FOOD FAIR-FLORIDA FRESH
    GRADE 'A
    MEDIUM
    EGGS
    IED. ^ D0Z- &jF
    TOP U.S. CHOICE PSG BRAND
    TOP U.S. CHOICE PSG BRAND Boneless
    OSSRIB tfoa&t
    SAVE MONEY ON MOVIES BUY FOOD FAIR-WOMETCO
    COUPON BOOKS AT YOUR FOOD FAIR STORE
    LUSCIOUS RED RIPE CALIFORNIA
    LIBBEY'S 'NORTH STAR" PATTERN
    GLASSWARE
    6-oz. JUICE GLASS
    THIS WEEKS
    OFFER
    THRU WED.,
    MAY 13th
    WITH EACH $5 ORDER
    DIFFERENT PIECE
    EACH WEEK
    Save 30c
    <
    Regular 99c V<
    CHARCOi
    BRIQUET
    20-lb.
    BAG
    LIMIT 1 BAG, PLEASE
    WITH $5 ORDER OR
    MORE
    .Softly- SatnbuL
    AURORA
    BAtHROOM
    TISSUE
    SAVE 30c ON TWO BUNDLES REG. 54t VALUE
    1 BUSHEL PLASTIC
    LAUNDRY
    BASKETS
    ASSOftTtD
    COLORS
    RIG.
    VALUE
    ROLL
    2 ROLLS TO
    A BUNDLE
    REDEEM
    YOUR
    AURORA
    COUPONS
    FOOD FAIR
    LIMIT 1 PLEASE, WITH YOUR $5 ORDER OR MORE
    APPETIZER DEPARTMENT
    ITEMS AVAILABLE AT ALL STORES HAVING APPETIZER DEPTS
    FRESHLY SMOKED, SLICED
    SMOKED STURGEON.....V* lb. 49c
    FRESHLY SMOKED
    FANCY CHUBS.........lb. 69c
    DELICIOUS. SLICED
    CHOICE PASTRAMI......lb. 79c
    SAVE MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS FOR FINE QUALITY <>H