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

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

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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
37 Number 23
Miami, Florida. Friday, June 5. 1964
Two Sections Price 2C
Congress World's Fair Pickets
bested at Jordanian Pavilion
Premier Eshkol in U.S.
On First Official' Visit
pstinq "defamatory and malicious material designed to
i hatred against krael and the Jewish people,'' the Amer-
Jewish Congress last week picketed tne Jordanian Pavi-
at the Worla's Fair. Led by Dr. Joachim Prinz, AJCon-
president, the pickets were arrested for defyinq the
s anti-demonstration ban. then released without bail. In
t, Howard M. Squadron, attorney for the Conaress, said
rould file motions challenging the Constitutionality of the
picketing regulation. Day attei the World's Fa:r picket-
a dozen Arabs demonstrated in front of AJCcnqiess' na-
il headquarters in New Yoik. Will Maslow. executive
rtor. invited the Arabs into Stephen Wise Congress House
hcuss the Arab refugee issue. The invitation was Je-
I.S. Supreme Court
[ules Florida School
sble-Reading Out'
PHI T7XT Of CKttTINGS PAGE 7-A
WASHINGTON(JTA) President Lyndon 15. Johnson welcomed
Israel's Prime Minister Levi Bshki l here Monday with an unusually
warm tribute to Israel's achievements and expressions of support of
Israel's security and Middle F.ast peace objectives
The President said he was aware
-* dI the problems which Israel
faces with neighboring Arab coun-
tries and was also aware ol the
lact that I-rael wants to live ill
peace with its neighbors. He
stressed that he believes that the
Arab-Israel problems could be
peacefully resolved and that it is
imperative" to rcsolw them
peacefully.
President Johnson lauded Is-
rael's progress, which he said is
"greatl_y idmired" by all Amer-
icans. He ;aid that Israel met
and mastered "monumental"
economic problems, and has
"shown all the world how to ,
use science and technology to
improve man's life on the plan-
et."
Calling Israel "a symbol of
courage and strength of her peo-
ple." the President said that the
United states is proud of the aid
to Israel and is prepared
supreme Court Mondaj ab
reversed a Florida Supreme
ruling that permitted Bible
li.: and recitation ol Loid -
ir iii pnbli. schools The High
cited us decisions of last
lhal devotional exercises ol
kind are an "establishment ol
on" forbidden by the Con
Ion. Florida law requires
reading but does not men
other pra licet
| group of Miami parents also
bted to baccalaureate pro-
Sis questioning children about
religious affiliation and that
[heir parents; and a religious
for teachers. The Court's
order today dimissed these
plaints "lor want of proper
7presented Federal question."
ers oi the complaining group
her Jewish, Unitarian or
stic
fostal Service
hck to Normal
I. AVIV (JTAl Israel's
stal service this week began
ing at lull capacity for the
time in more than a month.
the ISO postal workers at
Tel Amv Pom Office returned
rk this weekend following I
I" < ial appeal by .Minister Of
1 Is Eliahu Sasson.
Mr. SasSOn'l appeal at a meet
"1 the workers came after
Tel Aviv postmen decided fo
Due the month long slowdown
Ihich had already been ended
other post officers workers In
i mini i\
U.S.
after
The case came to th
Supreme Court last term
Florida tribunals had struck
down such state practices as
use of the school premises af-
ter hours for Bible instruction,
exhibition of religious films in
the schools, and presentation of
Christmas, Easter and Chanuka
programs.
The l s Supreme Court sent the
case back for further considera-
tion in light ot its decision on
Bible reading and the Lord's
l'raver But the Florida Supreme
Court approved the practices a
Continued on Paae 5-A
Happy Crowd
At Airport Greets
Plane Arrival
PHILADELPHIA tJTA> Is-
rael Prime Minister Levi Eshkol*
landed Sunday at the Internation-
al Airport here to brilliant sun-
shine and warm greetings. He
visited Ihe Independence Hall
here where Mayor James H. Tate
i onferred upon him honorary cit-
izenship of the City ol Philadel-
phia.
Mayor Tate was the first Amer-
ican official to greet the Israeli
Prime Minister upon his landing
B< the airport here, lie warmly
welcomed bun and the Israeli dele-
gation Mrs. Talc presented a
bouquet to Mr-. Eshkol. A State
Department officer, Rafael San-
, ho-Benel of the protocol division.
relcomed Mr. Eshkol formally on
ill ot the United --at. Gov-
ernment and presented members
o< the welcoming committee t>>
the Eahkols.
An enthusiastic crowd of more
than mw persons was on hand at ish community held a public continued on Page 6-A
World Jewry
Nehru Tribute
BOMBAY iJTA) The Jew
PRIME MINISTER fSHKOl
to continue its contributions U
technical advancement of Israel,
particularly in the field ol desali-
nation of water in which Israel -
SO much interested
Mr. Johnson expressed conf.
dence that Prime Minister Esh
kol's visit to this country will
result in increased understand
ing between the United States
and Israel and will strengthen
the "already cordial relations"
between the two countries. H
welcomed the opportunity to ex-
change view? with Mr. Eshkol
on common interests and com-
mon objectives.
The Presktent noted thai
the United Mates. Israel is int<
< -ted in building oi a better world
the airport, some carrying plac
ards in Hebrew with the word for
"welcome "
Queen Appoints
Jewish Judge
THE HAGUE l^JA) Queen
Juliana appointed a Jewish Judge,
Dr Anna A L. Mmkonhof. to the
High Court Of Justice at the Su-
preme Court of Judicature In The
Hague. Dr Mlnkenhof, 55. was
the first woman solicitor general
cf Amsterdam.
memorial service Sundaj express
lug griel over the death oi Prime
Minister Jawaharlal Nehru. \
statement issued by the Central
Jewish Board said
-The .lews of India mourn the
passing ol Prime Minister Jawa
harlal Nehru. His death is an
irreparable loss to the Nation
and to humanitj As architect ol
modern India, he inspired the Na
tion with ideal- ol peace and
brotherhood ot man. and dedicat-
ed his service to the Nation. His
Continued en Paqe 5-A
Dr John Slrrvson. executive vice president of
the American Jewish Committee, greets Fran-
cis Cardinal Spellman of New York as Com-
mitee President Morri B. Abram (center)
looks on. Cardinal Spellman was the main
speaker recently at the Committee's 57th An-
nual Meetina Dinner at the New York Hilton
Hotel. The Cardinal made a historic declara-
tion that "anti-Semitism can never find a basis
in the Catholic religion."
Peace Among
Religions Goal
Of Pope Paul
NEW YORKPope Paul
VI, during the audience lie save
last Saturdaj to a group ol lead
era Of the American Jewish Com-
mittee, Indicated that he does not
believe that .lews should be held
responsible for the crucifixion "i
Jesus by declaring that he fully
associates himself with the vie. -
expressed by Francis Cardinal
spellman m the tatter's address
delivered at the American Jewish
Committee's annual dinner in New
York on April 30.
The Pontiff told the American
Jewish Committee delegation that
Cardinal Spellman bad spoken my
sentiments." it was revealed here
in Morris B. Abram, president of
the Committee who headed the
delegation, which returned Mon-
day from Rome. Addressing a
press conference. Mr Abrams said
that Pope Paul informed the dele-
gation that Cardinal Spellman's
talk at the Committee's dinner had
been forwarded to him and that
he read it with much satisfaction.
Cardinal Spellman in his ad-
dress dealt with anti-Semitism
Continued on Page 11-A


Page 2 A
+JeUtnorl Friday lure 5
Hassidic Group Forms 'Night Patrol'
Earlier the Jewish Community the Crown Heif vp.,
Council said in a letter to Mayor fearful of Icavm. :-.,r ,.omi/*
Wagner and tin- Police Commis ni-ht despite .,
-inner that the Hassidic Jews in force in the lection "^
NEW YORKI\VNS> Formation
last week oi .1 citizens patrol force
by Hassidic Jews in the Crown
Heights section of Brooklyn to pro-
tect members of the community
l _., lsI roaming hoodlums trigger-
ed both approval and criticism in
the community with Jews in the
area largely favoring the move
and Negroes and police officials
opposing it.
Organized by Rabbi Samuel
Schrage of the Lubavitcher YesbJ-
\a. recent target of attacks on its
students and teachers by neighbor-
hood hoodlums, the all-night patrol
consists of 120 men who volunteer-
Cadet Rosenberg
Receives Honors
Cadet Capt. Howard Rosenberg,
a senior with the ROTC at the
University of Miami, was the re-
cipient of the D.A.R. Saber at a
joint awards ceremony last week
at the Intramural Field on San
Amara Dr.. in Coral Gables.
Award is given for "outstand-
ing military achievement in
leadership laboratory schslas-
tic achievement in ROTC class-
work, and strong moral charac-
ter."
erj i- the son ot
Mr. jnd Mrs. Charles Rosenberg
-10 SW 19th St and is mar-
: to the former Jackie Berman.
ill gra uate in June with a
lieutenant's commission.
ed to cruise the streets in radio-
equipped cars and to alert police
in the event of trouble. The men
bear no arms whatsoever. They
cruise in groups of six. The area
is heavily populated by Orthodox
Jews and is dotted with yeshivoth,
synagogues and hassidic shtiblach.
Since establishment of the
units, several arrests have been
made.
Police officials in the area, al-
though critical of the development,
said they would cooperate with the
' Hassidic groups. At the same time
the police admitted that the crime
rate in the area had increased hut
that extra police were put on fol-
lowing the recent spate of attack-
on students and teachers of the
Lubavitcher Yeshiva. What the po.
lice fear is that error or misjudg-
ment by the Hasidic patrols may
lead to a troublesome develop-
ment. Guarding the area, said
cne high police official, belongs to
the authorities. However, he
, simultaneously added that there
was nothing unlawful about the
self-defense units.
Jews in the area have repeat-
edly been saying that the situ-
ation there is such that they
have become nocturnal pris-
oners, fearing to leave their
homes in the night.
However, a Negro community
leader. Dr. Gardner Taylor, pas
tor of the Concord Baptist Church,
said he was "shocked .it the state
ment that Hassidic Jews in Cro vn
Heights are housebound with teat-
He was unaware, he added, that
the area was a danger spot. 'Rabbi
Schrage." he declared, "begini to
show an interesting pattern." At
the same time he accused the Rab-
bi of "excesivc statements vims.
nel effect is to create tension and
hostility between two great nun
ority groups while justice is done
to neither."
In another development, the
Mayor's Committee ol Religious
Leader- urged Police Commission
er Michael J Murphj to assign ad-
ditional men to the area. After
consulting with the Jewish Com-
munity Council, the committee re-
ported an -unhealthy increase of
attacks made daily upon Jewish
members of the Crown Heights
community" in which 'adults as
well as children have been attack
ed. threatened, robbed and mo-
lested."
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Troop, first vice president; D. Murray Sonnett. president; and
Sy Corak, second vice president. Rear row are Sam Hirsch,
treasurer; and Robert Jackson, secretary.
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^Jenlsirhrtdttain
Page 3-A
ostcards Lured Jews to Nazi Death
UJA Renames Marshall Harris
IRT (JTA) Os-
,i squads compelled
'u,.l dims M Auschwitz to
.,-,!> to their homes.
"' r. h mailed from the Ger-
,., r. : t of Waldsce, saying
,,-igj, wan here," a Brazil-
L i,u. .-nian who had acted
' ,, |.. a man between the late
[doll Eichmann'! Gestapo units.
md th HunfUiUl Jews testified,
tre iv reek.
Thr Braallian. Laszie Petoe.
lomted Hermann Krumey. one
Ki>Finn's chief Budapest
;,.. told how Krumey had
',nd<,: dim a stack of thousands
posti Is a week after the first
latch ( Jews had been sent to

He it d Krumey told him to
nail Mm cards which indicated
|lhat ibty had been mailed from
Valdset and declared the pur-
nose as "to lull" the Jews
[ill regaining in Budapest into
feeling that they would be
feent to a similar resort.
witness, 72-year-old
u riter historian Eugen
[. sed both Krumey and
ndant, Otto Husche, of
| ticipation in the Eich-
i an lor the liquida-
i Hungarian Jewry. He
| (ourt the Krumey had
( up ipecial internment camp
Bud; pest for Jewish intellee
Hi said the camp was
bombed by the Nazis, then comb
ed for survivors, who were sent
t'i the gas chambers in Auschwitz.
Some, he said, were sent to
.Mauthausen, where they were
kilted,
The director of the Auschwitz
Museum in Poland, himself a for-
mer inmate of that camp, told the
court trying 22 former Auschwitz
fUSffds, doctors and administra-
tors that at least 3.000.000 persons
had been murdered there by the
Mid-Year Confab
Opens on Friday
The mid year conference of the
Board of Governors of the Israel
Bond Organization, which will be
held on Friday, June 5th and Sat-
urday evening, June 6th. will pay
tribute to Prune Minister Levi
Eshkol and highlight his role in
advancing Israel's economic de-
velopment, it was announced bj
Abraham Feinberg, President of
the Israel Bond Organization,
The Israel Bond conference will
he held at the Waldorf-Astoria
Hotel m New York Approxi-
mately '<>"' Jewish leaders from
all parts ol the United states and
Canada will participate in the
tribute to Mi I-Mikol. who tor
eleven year- prior to assuming
the premiership, served as Is-
rael's Minister of Finance and the
chief architect ol its economic
growth.
Nazis "but the final toll is still
unknown."
The witness was Kazimierz
Smolen, who had spent almost
five years at Auschwitz, work-
ing most of the time as a clerk
in the registration section.
He said that, "by the turn of
1943-44, we knew that abont 3,-
000.000 were gassed there. Many-
more died in 1944, but it is im-
mensely difficult to calculate the
total figure. So far, it has not
been done."
The witness identified two of
the defendants, Oswald Kaduk
and Hans Sfark, as murderers at
Auschwitz. He testified that Ka-
duk participated in the last two
hangings at the camp, on Decem-
ber 30, 1944 He charged also
that Kaduk was one of the chief
figares in the selection of inmates
most of them Jewsfor gassing
in the Kirkenau chambers adjoin-
ing Auschwitz He accused Stark
<>i many murders, although Stark
was barely out of his teens at the
tune.
Marshall S. Harris has been re-
elected to the Young Leadership
Cabinet of the united Jewish Ap-
peal. Announcement was made
by Joseph H. Kanter. Cincinnati,
chairman of the UJA Young Lead
crship Cabinet.
Harris, active in civic and wel-
fare work, lives at 7751 SW 78th
Ct., is a member of the executive
committee. Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation, co-chairman and
former vice-chairman of the Trade
and Professional Council Combin-
ed Jewish Appeal, and a member
of the AppeaPs campaign steer-
ing committee. He has also serv-
ed on the Federation's board of
governors and chairman of the
Young Men's Division, CJA.
He is national vice president of
the Jewish Occupational Council,
vice president of the Jewish Voca-
tional Service of Miami, a mem
ber of the national committee on
leadership development of the
Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds, and serves the
l nited Fund of Dade County
In 1964, the United Je#tstf Ap-
peal seeks a nationwide goal of
$105 million in behalf of more
than three-quarters of a million
persons it must aid throughout
the world.
UJA aid programs are carried
out by its three member agencies:
The United Israel Appeal-Jewish
Agency for Israel. Inc., which
helps to receive, settle and absorb
immigrants to Israel; the Joint
Distribution Committee, which
aids Jews in 30 countries, includ
ing Israel where it conducts a
special welfare program for ayed,
cbonically ill and handicapped im-
migrants: and the New York Asso-
ciation for New Americans which
assists Jewish refugees to the
United States.
The United Hias Service, which
provides for the resettlement of
Jewish refugees to countries other
than Israel, also benefits from the
UJA campaign.
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Zamora Religious
School Picnic
Annual picnic sponsored by Tem-
ple Zamora Brotherhood for stu-
dents of the Temple Religious
School is scheduled for Sunday,
10 a.m., at Crandon Park. Pit 1.
Competition in baseball, volley-
ball and badminton for the chil-
dren, parents and members of the
Temple staff, will be held, and
having contests for all ages will
be included in the day's pro-ram.
Prizes will be awarded the win-
ners.
Refreshments will be available.
Toback Makes Honor
Fraternity at Missouri
Louis Toback. completing his
first year at the University of
Missouri, has been initiated into
Phi F.ta Sigma, national honor
fraternity tor freshmen based on.
scholastic achievement
Son of Mr and Mr-. Frank
Toback of Coral Cables. Louis
plans to major in journalism
He is a 1963 graduate of Cables
High and worked on the schools
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Volume 37 Number 23
Friday, June 5. 1964
25 Sivan 5724
Big Battle To Love Nasser
Russian Premier Nikita Khrushchev's be-
H vior in Egypt was as disgraceful an example
c: "diplomacy" as contemporary history can
.-: lord.
The battle lines were drawn long ago.
7'..-. Khrushchev's burning desire to plant a
:: ot in the Middle East is a simple extension
c Russia's effort in this regard throughout the
es for warm water port influence in the
~ editerranean and North African areas.
The first Eisenhower Administration pro-
.ed the Soviet Union with its initial oppor-
lily to achieve that end. when the U.S. stab-
's Britain. France and krael in the back dur-
the Suez-Canal campaign.
But Gamal Abdel Nasser fooled them all;
h told the U.S.. which literally saved his life,
less than his dictatorship, "to choke on
-. ;ur anger," and he promptly imprisoned
vp'.'s active Communists, while at the same
-ie playing footsie with the Kremlin.
Moscow's ignominious defeat in the Congo
- now being washed away by the waters of
: ypt's Aswan Dam financed by Khrushchev
c -id Company. Thus, the violent contrasts in
-e Middle East and African power struggle
smain, more than ever, a study for experts.
But the Khrushchev stance during his re-
cent Egypt visit went, not only beyond protocol
- nd acceptable diplomacy to the very dregs of
c -irageous behavior; it showed that the bear
con be hugged by the gnat in its hide.
All of which is by way of relating Khrush-
. ev's statements to the currently explosive
: Dsition of Israel. The Soviet leader's charge
that Israel is a "menace," not only to the
-: :abs but to the whole world, was a statement
;est left unsaid. That he chose his words so
carelessly, indicates Mr. Khrushchev's extreme
sensitivity to the Soviet failures in the Middle
I: st and Africa thus far.
Sadly, judging by the U.S. State Depart-
nt's recent publication of the Hoskins pa-
s. our own government is still not about to
: -pitalize on what was more than a boorishlv
-npous bit of Khrushchev oratory in Egypt.
7 e battle to love Nasser is still on.
Welcome to Levi Eshkol
Israel Prime Minister Levi Eshkol's vis
e United States draws a sharp contrast be-
r een the manner in which he is being treated
oiiicial Washington and the manner in
lich Jordan's boy King Hussein was treated.
Prime Minister Eshkol's is an extended and
oiiicial stay as guest of President Johnson.
r=naing any change in plans, he will stay at
3 air House and have a U.S. Air Force plane
his disposal.
This does not suggest that our President
holds King Hussein in contempt or that he has
-.-.limited admiration for Premier Eshkol. It
- eiely delineates the facts of Middle East life
;cday.
Whatever the boastful threats of Nasser
end Company that Hussein brought to Wash-
...gton during his recent visit here, the Pres-
ident recognizes Israel for what she is: as the
most vibrant, creative and constructive force
the Middle East today. To do any less would
rot only be dishonest; it would fly by the best
interests of the U.S. in that part of the world.
While the State Department seems deter-
,ned to do that whenever Israel is concerned,
end at whatever price to the destiny of our na-
jt\. President Johnson has a strong sense of
tee, no less than a veteran politician's rec-
.tion of the realities of experience.
These are gualities that the late, martyred
President Kennedy also had in ample measure;
although the experience more than the prin-
ciple eluded him too often and too easily, as
former Prime Minister Ben-Gurion's "back-
door" visit of one hour's duration to the White
House suggests during the early days of the
JFK Administration.
With so splendid a host as President John-
son, it is to be hoped that Mr. Eshkol's visit will
prove fruitful in the extreme.
About Boyish Exuberance
The Anti-Defamation League of B nai E I
which traditionally exercises restrain', il-
legal actions, jumped in with both feet
week in a suit against Robert Moses and the
World's Fair for permitting Jordan to hanq
offensive mural in its pavilion.
The American Jewish Congress perennially
at home in court, went the ADL one better:
picketed the pavilion even when Mr. Mas
refused the Congress permission to do so.
The League went to court, and leaders ol
the Congress, including President Joachim
Prinz. handcuffs and all. went to jail.
This is all less a matter of disgrace and
boyish exuberance than it was a failure on the
part of both organizations to measure up to the
challenge involved.
It is our firm belief that proper behind-the-
scenes action might well have achieved the
removal of the offensive mural. As it is, two
major Jewish defense organizations are now in
the public eye over a matter whose signifi-
cance hardly matches their stated purposes ot
being.
Besides, the offensive mural is receiving
more publicity than ever, which might not have
been the case if the matter were treated other-
wise.
The Becker Amendment
It is gratifying to note the remai
Emanue! Celler, of New York, ch
House Judiciary bee?
hearing the debate
Amendment desi
Court ban on prayers u
Rep. Celler believ
and that "sober
:e itself feit.
The danger of the Becker Amendment goes
beyond the guestion o: relig.c
It suggests the nation's willing readinesi
least for a moment, to tamper with its I
tional Bill of Rights.
The success of the Becker Amendn
would open a Pandora's Box of evil legislation
"for the good of the country." Throughout the
history of these United States, the wisdom ot
the Founding Fathers, as exemplified by the
Bill of Rights and the Constitution, has stood us
in good stead.
No one suggests that time should stand
still so that the vision of the days of 1776 can
be accommodated in our own age. Least ot
all did the Founding Fathers, themselves. suq-
gest this; and it is clear that the constitution
by its elasticity of interpretation, has permitted
a wide range of legislation since then, and
perhaps only imagined in the fertile minds ot
men like Thomas Jefferson.
But to tamper with the fundamental struc-
ture of the nation, which is what the Becke:
Amendment would do, is to tamper with liberty
Rep. Celler's anticipation of the return o'
"sober judgment" is thus heartily welec:
Nikita Khrushchev As New
Defender of islam in Egypt
By S. J. GOLDSMITH
JTA Correspondent in London
London
THERE WAS A strong flavor of the Defender of Islam in Khrush-
chev's triumphal drive through the streets of Cairo and Alex
andria. This impression was strengthened by his Address to the
Egyptian National Assembly "We stand by the side of those coun-
tries that call for removal of military bases" And then again
t>ur armaments will always be available for peoples seeking self,
determination" And SO on and so forth. Khrushchev is alwayi
repetitive and longwinded. ......
This visit is terribly reminiscent of the Middle East journeys of
earlier Defenders ot Islam. For some reason, they all want to defend
Islam. The Kaiser rode through Palestine on horseback (it was there
that Herzl met him and they exchanged momentous remarks about
the unbearable heat on the Sharon Planei. This was the way in those
far-off days on horseback. Mussolini did both when he went tu
defend the Moslems of North Africa he sometimes mounted ., white
charger and sometimes stood in an open car.
Khrushchev was not seen on horseback. He only stood in an opes
car and went for a trip on the Nile. So we are makin
in one sense But otherwise, the atmosphere of Khrushche\ entry
into the capital of the United Arab Republic (for this purpose, there
is no better name! was of the Defender of Islam, the great disinter-
ested statesman who has descended to make sure that the sv
Mam i- not broken by the Christian imperialists, (dlere. too, K
chev was better placed than either the Kaiser or Mussolini hi i
himself an atheist.I Everybody could see clearly, as the '
the huge crowd did. that Khrushchev was in Cairo for the sole pur-
pose ot defending the principles ol human rights and individu;
led b> the Prophet in the Year ol our Grace 822
AN [XAGGWATID VIIW OF THf VISIT
PERHAPS KHRUSHCHEV HIMSELF, who i* quick to
the i j and forever fascinated with its
so man.', autodidacts did not mean to look like thi
Islai but hi did n enough Incidentaty. this will do
m among the Soviet Mo-!,'ins (who are a coherent .
i r \i iftl no harm at all
l nder the impression ol these in ppin people '
an exaggerated view ol the impact upon the Middle East ul ;
i 's vi-it to Egypt The Middle East does not changi
i i-it Im.'s er the v isitoi
The duam oi Russia to penetrate to the Middle East
i>ne Kutuzov's statue in Odessa looks out onto the Black S
Kusso Turki-li war was an attempt to move out cf the confini ol the
Black Sea towards wider prospects following the route I Xoah'j
Ark in reverse, as it were in Soviet Russia, there was .
powerful Middle East unit within the Ministry of For \
and the interest in this region never flagged, though it was ormsht
at times Ni w we are in a period of lively and aSSertivi
the Middle East hut the idea is not a new one. Tie- 11: > idea
prompted the support for Israel in her initial stages 1 i n R
changed sides, for her own reasons.
Nasser is. ol course, not likely to go Communist, or i
the Soviet Block as an associate member Communism n ins bin-
ned in Egypt, and Soviet influence there will never be
say, American influence in Israel Perhaps much small'' beci
there are no six million Egyptians with economic and votii
the Soviet L'nion who desire their Government to support I I
we know how American influence in Israel has its Umitatic
these limitations. President Johnson did not have to go ..: thi
to ["el Aviv to proclaim his friendship He addressed thi
Institute dinner in New York and earned all the praisi
Jews and all the blame from the Arabs as it he had travi all the
way to Israel
fCREIGN StCR[JAHY tOSCS HIS NIRVl
qn the factual side, we ought to remember thai Kl
visit to Egypt was planned a long time ago, and am
the present blood} encounters in South, I
to Mosci course, ai Khrushchev promised at I
The dati s It w
incide wit ,. .,, \\ ,
: pbel tribesmen in Soul
ft A F. is just K K was :m ,
It a]
ns the I
-.. far I
nerve this I
thers that Nas .- qi ,
Israelis alarmed i i Meii made th
it w.^ bad i that N k r had rocket-
and what he for.
The Guardian contributed to tl i in Whitehall l
ublic did not care ver> much; it would take more than Sas
frighten a people whom Hitler could not put off then- sti
-Itm,. m a storj from its diplomatic correspondent th
have nucleai weapons, and also other sinister mean,
untold horrors upon his enemies Britain and Israel A
later, the Guardian retracted the wh.de story
HOW THF BRITISH MAKC BLUNDERS
J^owever, the business in Southern Arabia li rath.
ant, and i! is Nasser Who causes the trouble He supi '" '''
arms and Ins 40.000 men on the spot supply the support I
noai war i i,e British do not want it. of course Ihev
'" <* silly at the limed Nations, and. more important B
'"<"crs cot killed. But this Government is committed to the defen*
he Southern Arabian Federation, which includes Aden
"nnot let down those feudal sheikhs Harold Wilson, the leadi
"' "Pl-osition has said he would dismantle this preposlero,
<"" Jmt he ,s oi ye. in power; the elections are ... Oct.
When come- to the Middle Fast even .1 present'!.
I1;;1"""'' capable ol the moot appalling blunders, n
' >' '"now blunts their Judgment and makes them take I
01 "">Mupid of their Aral, experts
IllWd DC noted, however, that when it comes to British ifltef
' speeches are taken very seriously >dcod II
/ others to take risks Which only gWto show ho I
'nd how dangerous to take tl
""" However, feu do so these da


Friday. June 5. 1964
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Page 5- R
' 'ill-
Pepper, McKeldin Praise Israel
At Rabbi Schiff Dinner Tribute
Solomon Schiff looks on as Rabb^ Schiff receives State
I rae) Redemption Award from Mayor Theodore R. Mc-
:i. riqht. former Maryland governor, at Congreqation
ElIsael Bond Dinner of Tribute. _______
Alabama Racist Party Growing
iADISON, Wise. (JTA)
National States Right* party.
n Birmingham and claim
i be the third largest part)
in- country, was depicted hen
promoting ;> home-grown ver
i N:i/i racism" and as ad
ig "red-neck anti-Semitism,
\egroism and a strong >"'
,nt of clan-type anti-Cath
Mil."
i article in the June issue ot
igressive" magazine said thai
party claimed t" have units in
lates, many of them in large
s, including Chicago, New
York, Ls Angeles, Atlanta. Wash,
mgton and Jacksonville, Fla. The
party, according to the article.
uses uniform reminiscent ol
German storm troopers and the
symbol of the lightning bolt used
bj the Hitler Youth Movement.
Last year, the article charged,
he National State.- Rights party's
newspapers reprinted the May 1934
issue of Julius Streicher's anti-
Semitic Nazi publication. Dor
Stuermer. The article warned
that the group could not be con
uttered "harmless crackpot-' at
long as -they can escalate hale
into violence."
A firm call lor a "United States
mutual assistance pact with Is-
rael by Rep. Claude Pepper high-
lighted the Congregation Beth El-
Israel Bond Dinner of Tribute to
Rabbi Solomon Schiff this week.
The more than 300 guests at-
tending the Deauville Hotel func-
tion Sunday night heard Pepper
call on this country to "start
showing Mr. Nasser that he is
wasting his nation's limited
funds in a useless arms race,
Arab League
In New Claim
LONDON (JTA) The estab-
lishment of a "Palestine Libera-
tion Organization" was announced
at the openinc session of the first
Palestine National Congress held
in Jordan held Jerusalem, it was
reported here from the Jordan
section.
Ahmed Sliukany said that the
new organization would act to
mobilize the Palestinian people
to recover their usurped home-
land.'" Shukairy is the Palestine
representative in the Arab League.
He read the text of a telegram
which he -aid had been sent to
United Nations Secretary General
I' Thant on formation of the new
croup.
since the might of the United
States stands behind Israel's se-
curity."
Pepper, who as a United States
Senator played a key role in Is-
rael'- successful fight for inde-
pendence, shared speaking honors
with Mayor Theodore R. McKeldin
Ol Baltimore. McKeldin, former
Maryland governor, is president
ol the American Israel Society.
More than 557,000 in Israel
Bone's were sold to the respon-
sive audience, boosting Greater
Miami closer to its announced
goal of 52,500000 for 1964.
Rabbi Herbert Haumuard. pres
idenf Of the Greater Miami Rab-
binical Association, offered the
invocation and joined several oth
er rabbis present in lauding Rab-
bi Schiff. immediate past presi-
dent and now executive vice pres-
ident Of the association.
Congregation president Joseph
Zalis served as chairman, aided
by honorary life presidents Philip
BerkowitZ and Hyman Chabner.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz present-
ed a special Israel Book of Honor
to Rabbi Schiff.
McKeldin praised Israel's ef-
forts for democracy and said
even the threat of atomic weap-
ons can not prevent Israel from
continuing its march towards
economic self sufficiency."'
Supreme Court
Says No' to
Bible Reading
Continued from Page 1-A
second time on the ground th
their purpose was to encoura
good moral training rather th i
to promote religion. The St :i
Court cited remarks to this eff
by the State Legislature in I
preface to the statute.
The action was in the form c'
a brief, unsigned opinion. Ju
tice Potter Stewart dissente I.
He said the court should hav I
heard arguments on the case
Stewart was the sole dissente
in the two previous decisior
that states may not provide fa
religious devotions in publ :
schools.
Justice William O. Douglas a
Justice HUgO I. Black joined t
others in reversing the prayer a
Bible reading aspects of the cas
ibey thought a substantial qu
tion was presented as to a n.
gious test for teachers. They n
ed that applicants are requu I
to answer the question, "Do >
believe in God?" They -aid
ligious attitudes are alo cons
ered in making promotions. T
court ruled some time ago th
a religious test may not lie ma
8 requirement for -late office. 'I
case concerned a Maryland Bin
who sought a notary public's I
ense. ,

Mrs. Burton Goldstein to Head Jewish
Family Children's Service for 3rd Term
Mrs Burton It Goldstein has
. n elected I" ei\e a third term
president t Jewish Familj
Children's Service.
, *ing the election meetin;
Tu sdaj at the In.me of Mr.
Mrs i harles Goldstein, all <>t
Hehru Tribute
Continued from Page 1-A
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grief of world Jewrj :it
lh oi Nehru has b< en ex-
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ol the World Jewish
m a telegram to the
. Minister's daughter, Mrs.
iandhi in New Delhi, Dr.
i indicated In his nics-
it he had planned lo meet
Minister later this year
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the Miami Palette Club, who worked with Arts
Commission Chairman James E. Garland.
George Light, Commission member, and Evan
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leceivinq the works are Richard Ervin, who
hus the painting, "Hurricane," by L i 11 i o n
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Fridcy, June
Heads of State in Meeting
Continued from Page 1-A
in which every nation can develop
resources in freedom and
. ce. He said thai he is pleasi I
to have Mr. Eshkol come to the
United States and emphasized
that this is "the first official visit
by a Prime Minister of Israel"
in this country, although other
Israeli Prime Ministers had vis-
it! i the United States informally
several times in the past. "It
gives me great pleasure to say
'Shalom'," he told Mr Eshkol.
Prime Minister Eshkol seemed
deeply moved by the warm words
of President Johnson. Persons
who witnessed similar receptions
i i foreign diginitaries all agreed
that this was one of the warmest
accorded by President Johnson
The welcome was conducted on
the White Mouse lawn, amidst
martial music, saluting cannon.
and formations of troops. The
Prime Minister and his party
were landed on the White House
{.rounds in President Johnson's
private helicopter. y Mrs. Lyndon
Johnson, smiling graciously, pre
tented a bouquet of flowers to
Mrs. Eshkol. Present at the cere-
mony were Israeli diplomats and
Trio Heads Hanna Senesch
A presidium composed of Mrs. I
Henrietta Lorber. Mrs. Sam Eeid-
man and Mrs Frances Benjamin
uas installed at the Algiers Hotel
en May 4 as leaders of the Hanna
Senesch Croup of Hadassah.
many State Department officials
ol rnj:h rank.
Prime Minister Eshkol, ex-
pressing appreciation for the
spirit in which he was welcom-
ed by the President, said that
Mr. Johnson's friendship was "of
deepest encouragement" to the
people of Israel. "This moment
will always remain with me,"
he said. He emphasized that the
aid and sympathy given to Is-
rael by successive U.S. Govern-
ments, and by the people of the
United States, "are engraved for
all time on the tablets of our re-
newed nationhood." He con-
veyed thanks to all Americans
on behalf of the people of Is-
rael.
I The President and Mr. Eshkol
spet 20 minJtes together alone in
a top secret exchange. The en-
tire meeting of the two leader-
spent 20 minutes together alone in
Participants later revealed that
the President showed great under
standing and symapthy for Is
rael's problems. Premier Eshkol
had an opportunity to explain the
whole range of Israel's views on
international matters.
The President was reported to
have displayed knowledge and in
Sight into Israel's problems and
voiced admiration of Israel's
achievements. He appeared ex
tremcly pleased to meet Mr. Esh-
kol and discuss with him in a
nian-to-man manner, questions of
crucial interest to the two coun-
tries. |
JKeaaers +S>p>*:iih ^y$t the ^_ Hail
Mr. and Mis. Hurry Miner oi
Surfside stand in front of the
famous Chaqal stained qlass
windows in the synaqoque of
Jerusalem's Hadassah Medi-
cal Center. The Miners are
on Hadassah's "Around the
World Tour." Mrs. Miner is
a life member, trustee and
tree chairman of the Miami
Beach Hadassah chapter.
B'nai Raphael Kindergarten
Fall term registrations in kin
dergarten and nursery school are
being accepted at the office of
Congregation B'nai Raphael.
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
All my (lavs. I have grown up
among the wise, and l have found
nought ol Ik (ter service than sil
cine, .-.ml '.he scholarly Kabhan
Simeon Hen Gamaliel, a -real
grandson ol Hillel, it is believed.
\\o. among the English-speaking
Israeli-, in the late fifties and
earlj sixties, in Jerusalem, can re-
call many occasions of loose t.ilk
that proved exceedingly harmful
later There were expressed fears
Often that Prime Minister Ben
Gurion's harsh criticism might "of-
fend Anglo Saxon Jews.
Our fears wre well-founded
for this is what followed, inevit-
ably. Contributions to Medinat
Yisrael suffered seriously as a
consequence, according to many
sources throughout this country.
Jii.-t recently, an Isaeli represen-
tative charged poor support to Is-
rael. In some Orthodox (oi
lions Vlri. dj there are \ ery
vocal reactions to his remarks,
and even it it be true, it seems that
a costly and significant lesson ol
the past is quite soon forgotten
ali too soon.
Can the young state of Israel at
ford -mli short sightedness, or per-
haps -mil enthusiastic reproach to
from an authi rized Israeli repre-
Zionists oi the Diaspora and
sentalive, no i. -- '
S. SILBERMAN
Miami Beach
We look in vain to this
should expect no l x,
need none. Tin v a
of our forgivem
The Catholic Church ||
sorship for the \ ''pr*l
eall.no the work the V. 0,TJI
Their Bible points
accusation in m;
we expect this I I urch I
disclaim the h. .,' J
'I any portion ,,.
book? The) .... ,!,.., ,lth*
game of musical chan rl
out chairs. We will bl ,*
on nothing, not even
respect.
Of all the contra i
affair of the Nazari n<
which vitiates aln
been said, are Jl
before h.s judge Pi
couldest have no
against me, i xc< pi n
ihee from abovt then
delivered me unto th,,. A^ Xhf
greater sin (John 19 II 4
makes God the bet ray i
the sinner against
DAVID B. -?YPHO
Miami Beao

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to right: Elliott LaVigne, Mary Levkoff, Rob-
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Greetings Exchanged by Leaders
of officers of the Bureau of Jewish Education shown
seated left to riqht) Joseph Cohen, reelected president of the
Bureau: Mrs. Matilda Ratner, honorary president; Mrs. Lil-
lov, honorary vice president; Al Ossip, vice president.
: are Leonard Zilbert, vice president; Judge Frederick
N. Barad, vice president; Louis Schwartzman. executive di-
rector of the Bureau. Not shown are Al Sherman, reelected
lary; and Melvyn Frumkes. reelected treasurer.

lacob Cohen Chosen
:or National Award
.in h (' Cohen, honorary life
nt Befti Jacob Congrega
d noted philanthropist, has
imed "Man ol the Year" by
: Zionist Organization of
.i and Israel,
At ceremonies to be held at
the Americana Hotel, June 17,
New York City, Chief Rabbi
of Israel Dr. Isar Unterman will
present Cohen with- the Chief
Rabbi Htnog Gold Medal
Award.
I'uring Friday evening services
Beth Jacob. Cohen will receive
official manifesto and procla
atioa from Rabbi Tibor H.
Item,
Mike Schaifer Receives
Three Communal Awards
Mike Schaffer, president of
Macey l Schaffer Organization,
was recently the recipient of three
civic awards.
He was awarded the National
Junior Chamber of
Spark Plug Award;
plaque for his chairmanship of
the IV: nr.c Cutler Ridge Jaycees
Interfaith Youth Conference held
in October; and a silver Boy
Scout statue was presented to
him for public relations activities
on behalf of the annual Patrol
Camporee held at Dania.
\\ VSHINGTON JTA Follow
ing i- the l< xl ol President John-
son b welcominj h lo Prime
Minister Eshkol d >livered al th
\\ lute House law n ceremonj:
"Mr Prime Minister, ladies and
gentlemen: l am very happy, Mr
Prime Minister, to welcome you to
our country, Your predecessors
have visited my country informal
l. several times in the past, but
this is the first official visit by a
Prime Minister of Israel We are
pleased thai you have come Mj
countrymen greatly admire the
progress made by your people You
have met and mastered monumen-
tal problems of economic survival
You have shown all the world how
to use science and technology to
improve man's life on the planet.
"Today, Israel is a vital, pros-
perous land, a symbol of the cour-
age and the strength of her peo-
ple. The United States is proud
to have assisted in this high enter-
prise We are prepared to con-
tinue our contributions to technical
advancement In Israel, particular-
ly in the field of desalination of
water. We are aware. Mr. Prime
Minister, of the problems of polit
e arou scd ope
and i onl throu hi
world
The prophet Maiachi, i Imosl
three I ind j ears ago delh ''red
tins eternal message: 'Have w
not all i er: hth rm'
Go i en ated us' In face of the
danger to human suiv,vai u oai
tune, this lasting truth, and with
it, the sense of common destiny is
cutting across the barriers ol hos-
tility and ideolog) which divide
nations.
"Prom Jerusalem, the c'ty >i>i
immortal prophecy, and peace, I
hear with me the best wishes .
the people ol Israel, to you Mr.
President, the first citizen of this
great country. You fulfill the in-
junction of cur sages, to !ov< peace
and pursue peace
"Mr. President, from this great
center of government, here in
Washington, symbol and reposi-
tory of democracy, there has con-
stantly come forth a message of
encouragement to nations in their
struggle for libertj and the af-
firmation of human values. The
aid and sympathy tendered to us
by successive United State- Gov-
ancient unl r iki n link betv
i., ople of Israel and th land of
Isra It is o bi liel thai
a le proph yd I ition
of Zion i- b ing fulfill d -
will the prophi ; ol universal
peace be vind cati d.
"Mr Presidi nt, I that'. >
from the heart for your friend
which i- a source ol the
encouragement to my pi ople. .
lai es the future with laith and
hope "
ical adjustment that Israel faces eminent*, and by the people of the
United state.-, are engraved for all
time on the tablets of our renewed
nationhood Through you, Mr. Pres-
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you want to live in peace with
those neighbors, and we believe it
not only posible but imperative
Commerce that those problems be peacefully
received a resolved, bringing justice to all as
wel as security for all.
"We welcome this opportunity
to exchange views with you on
matters of mutual interest. We
-hare many common objectives.
Mr. Prime Minister, chief of which
Ident, I wish to convej from the
people of Israel to the people of the
I'nited States, a heartfelt message
Of good will and of best wishes for
their happiness and welfare.
"Mr. President, this moment will
always remain with me. For me.
it is symbolic of the providential
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change which has taken place in
- the building of a better world, a the fortunes of my people of the
world in which every nation can transition within so short a time,
develop its resources and develop from the tragedy, which only two
them in freedom and peace. I am decades ago engulfed one third ol
confident this visit will result in j my people, to the new epoch of in
increased understanding between dependence and construction which topic of the 1
us and a strengthening of our al-
ready cordial relations.'"
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historic a responsibility. In the
short time since you. Mr. Presi-
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by Gar- your deep dedication to peace, to
on econ- freedom and to the welfare of or-
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By: EDWARD COHEN
Big Territory, Little to Oversee
As I ho South
cm vice presi-
dent for t h e
Federation of Re-
constructio mst
Congrega t i o n i
ltd Fellowships, David Bendell
as a lot of territory to cover
ut little to administer. The fact
oes not discourage the South
liamian.
"Reconstructionism in a per
it answer tor today's living
haven't gone into it as deeply
s I would wi.-'i. but it seems
to me the most logical approach
o the Jewish dilemma in Amer-
ca. Reform has gone too far
field, and Conservatism is real-
ly Orthodoxy with a little liberal
inge." i- his summary.
One Congregation
Temple Beth Shiran is the
. nly Reconstructionist congrega-
ion in the South and Bendell.
. no joined the thieeyear-old
vnagogue IS months ago alter
trying the other major branches
of Judasim, is chairman of its
Advisory Council. Organized by
Rabbi Morris Skop and Cantor
Herman Gottlieb, Beth Shiran's
irganizational structure is called
'unique" in its official literature
nit Bendell finds it "basicall)
he same as any other syna-
gogue.
The fact that the Rabbi and
Cantor select seven of the 12
members of the Advisory Coun-
cil and the congregation elects
onlj five others makes good
sense in a new congregation
vhich has grown to 200 member
tamilies in such a short time.
They are the one.-, who know all
he numbers, those most com-
petent, and able to serve best
\s for democracy, with the pres- ,
dents of the Sisterhood and
Brotherhood on the Council and
chairmen of key committees, the
non-rabbinic members have a
majority." BeroVll. himself,
vas elected by the congregation,
Hebrew Translation
A native of London, who mov-
cl here 13 years ago for his
iroung son's health. Bendell
points to the "restrictive Ortho
doxy in control"' there as an ex-
ample of "Judaism disappeat
DAVE BENDUL
iny because ol lack Of fresh
ideas
I can tell you that in the big
fight between Chief Rabbi Brodie
and Rabbi Jacobs, the great
majority of the people were in
favor of Rabin Jacobs' view
And remember, the) are Ortho
dox m almost all respectscer-
tain!) as far as observances go
But there is a good deal Of
apathy, bare!) a minyan on the
Sabbath even at the largest U>n-
don synagogues. The difference?
Well, my brother-in-law visited
me here quite recently, and he
was tremendously Impressed
with our Reconstructionist .-or
\ ice. He understood it. He *
man quite fluent in reading the
Hebrew prayers, but understands
almost none ol them We use a
lot of Hebrew in our service,
more than English, but there's
translation as we go along Von
would think it was a Conserva-
tive service, and that combina
tion appeals to me."
At his furniture factory, which
serves the hotel Industry through-
out the nation he has copies ol
a summer) ol the "Aims of Re-
constructionism." Bendell frank
ly disclaims "an) deep knowl-
edge" of the writings of Mm
deeai Kaplan, the founder of the
movement which has attracted
to it a large number of Conser-
vative and Reform rabbis, al
though in recent years, as it de-
veloped its own congregations,
many of them have dropped
away
"Right now. I feel we are Re
constructions! more 111 theory
than anything else It takes .'
lot of doin-; to explain our view
that Judaism is nothing less than
a civilization, especiall) as we
Beth Shirah Graduation Held
Graduates of Temple Beth Shirah
Hebrew Department a s s is t e d
Rabbi .Morris A. Skop during the
Temple's first continuation cere-
monies held in conjunction
with the holidU) service Theme
was "The Informed Jew.''
The 15 boys and girls graduat-
ing from the Religious School
received diplomas from Bernard
Friedland, Education Committee
Chairman, and Bibles from Mrs
Bernard Che-man. religious educa-
tion supervisor.
Members ol Confirmation Class
P'f>4 are Suzanne Lea Paula Sigel,
class president, who announced
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Friday. June 5. 1964
try to build a new congregation.
n u possible we are not *"
|Cg the proper attention to some
ol the greal Jewish problems of
the (my. L tne SO called "Tide
0| Disintegration' in America, or
civil rights, and the Jewish day
school question
Belief in Judanm
"On the Other hand, we do he
lieve with Dr Kaplan that Jllda
h in the diaspora
i,m can tlo.ui-
onlv through local organic coin '\
munities and that's what
trying to build here We beliet
that the reyitaliaation ut .1 ,
religion ft Indispensable
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nas and prizes were awarded lo the 15
: ...ites of the Central Hebrew Hiqh School
e Bureau of Jewish Education at inter-
i graduation exercises at Beth David
eqation recently. Diplomas were
resented to 45 qrcduates of eight junior
school departments of Beth David, Beth
( Beth Torah, B'nai Raphael. Israelite
: remple Menorch, Tifereth Jacob and
./
Temple Zamora. Standing are Louis Schwartz-
man, executive director of the Bureau, Michael
Paupa. Saul Siiverman, Paul E. Klein, Sherry
E. Giant. Judith Weiss, Anne Weiss, Binnette
Sommer and Zvi Berger, director of the high
school. Seated (front row) are Ann Porges,
Kelene Fruchter, Renee Richman. Paula M.
Grossman, Sharon Siiverman. Penny Jane
Eerk and Rachel Schwanenfeld.
Beth Shirah
Graduation Held
i'ii- Friday family night >-r
a B.'th Shiran, con-
b) Rabbi Mom> A. Skop.
20 i 'I the Tempk kin-
i \sa graduated t<>
-
I he Chsi cl iss are
i \ Lloyd A; i.....laum,
i; Jeri Cain, I >-nn Co-
i eld ma i Debra
i Ghetzi, EIli n Gold-
In -in. Audrej Krohn-
i:li Ronald N'adel, Marcia Ra
e Roi chan, Lex i i'- sean
ibert Samu< .-. Michael Stein,
Neal haecter.
Director ol cursery-kind rgarten
Mi Jane Schulman .
Town Hail forum Schedules
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Miami Beach Police Department;
i i tective Sergeant Lai rj Cotzin,
Bernard Baron, Social Secvice
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i haim Rose, moderator
Question period follows,
Leadership Honored
All new and past leadership <'f
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Edwin, son of Mr. and Mr-
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who will enter his junior year at
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semester.
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Student received
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school tor schol-
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iiient He plays
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school concert '
Edwin Pont orchestra. for
which he received a block letter
in music, and is a talent singer.
Mr-. Pont is the former Helen
Zalkin of Charleston. S.C.
The PontS have a daughter

elected 'o serve
.of Beth Am
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, Ldent Sharlene Malin,
re terry: lack Gunther,
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Friday. June 5. 1964
RABBI MAX IIPSCHITZ
Rabbi Lipschitz
Awarded Wisconsin ________
Philosophy Degree Registration At
Adath Yeshurun
Or Olom Plans
Tot Graduation
, lor Tem-
ple rVTTToni KinrJffgSlTer. School
were held l;i -i Thursday m the
Temple auditorium, according to
an announcement b> Mrs Eli
King, chairman.
ne of the ceremony, the
h at Or Olom, waa "This
the Year That Was." plan-
ned by school director, Mrs Ruth
i iii K Rabbi Samuel April pre-
sented the diplomas
An end-of-the-year program for
l re kindergarten a mi nurserj
I asses was held on Thursday a(
10 a.m.
On Monday, students of the Nur-
sery-Kindergarten School held a
picnic at Matheson Picnic ground-,
and last Friday all students who
will celebrate their birthdays dui
ing the summer months were hon
ored at an 'I'nbiithday Party."
Registration for fall term of
kindergarten and pre-kindergar-
ten is being accepted at the Tem-
ple on Monday through Friday.
even week, from 9 to 12.
Exercises o, Or Olom features seated OeMo B_ Janet f^XS^L^tit
2f"B^^id^lifi.fil;. ^rc rJn. teacher, Mrs. Ralph Frsiel. Jay Cohen,
Selt'manSecond row are Michelle LeVi. Lisa Edward Moraths.
Maisel, Sharon Zalis, Holly Elkins, A dele
Max a. Lipschitz, spin
ol Moth Torah Congre
tion ol North Miami Beach for
pa>t 5 years, will be awarded
degree of Doctor of Philoso-
> during University of Wiscon-
i commencement exercises on
mday, June 8. at Madison, Wis.
Rabbi Lipschitz, who took
uses at Wisconsin and cum-
eted all exams in 1959, before
cepting the Rabbinical post at
th Torah. has written his thesis
The Hassidic School of Our:
I Analytic and Historic Study ol
e Philosophy and Contributions
the First Two Zaddikim. Rab
Yitzhak Meir Alter and Rabbi
huda Aryeh Leib Alter."
The Universitj of Wisconsin and
e Wisconsin Society for .lewish
arning announce that this will
the first PhD degree in 10 years
arded by the Department of
mitics and Hebrew Studies, un-
r the chairmanship of Professor
uahan Mansoor.
While in Madison, Rabbi Lip-
iitz will preach at his former
agregation, Beth Israel Center.
the Friday evening and Satur-
v morning services. June 5
d 6
Accompanying him on the trip
hi- wife Miriam and their
ee children, Sander. Rochelle
(i Fa' arffle
Temple Adath Yeshurun an-
nounces a new schedule for its
Nursery School and Kindergarten
beginning with the fall semester.
The scheauie takes the form of
a double session to be conducted
daily form 9 to 12 noon, and from
noon to 3 p.m. Children maj eith-
er be registered for both sessions
or for the morning session only.
Registration is now taking place
for fall sessions. Children ages
3 to 6 are eligible to attend.
Registration for Hebrew School
and Sunday School at Temple
Adath Yeshurun is also being held
now. and parents are invited to
visit the school daily between the
hours of 9 to 12 at 1025 N.E.
Miami Gardens Dr. No. Miami
Beach.

A a L*rJaoVnUh^u&iil
Dr. Guttmacher
Speaker Here
Dr. Alan Guttmacher W a S
guest speaker at a dinner ol the
Planned Parenthood Association
of Dade County
last month at the
Columbus Hotel.
Mis Joel Dia-
mond was ticket
chairman
At Or Olom exercises are bottom row Amy
Shapiro. Lee Birchansky. Bruce Newman,
Nancy Brenner. Eydie Abramowitz, Risa Blum,
Robin Berman. Ronald Kaufman. Alan Weise-
man. Second row are Lori Rothenberg, Neal
Schofel. Mitchel Freed, David Mishael. Janet
Seiderman. Minda Hammersmith, Jack Phil
lips. Standing are Jeffrey Wiener. Murray
Price, David Albert. Randy Greenstein. lean-
er, "Miss Bea." Scott Einhorn, Bertha Chapo
nick. Bonnie Sussman, Jodi Kurzweil.
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Variety Club Lists
New 'Barkers'
Variety Club of Greater Miam
,s week announced the enroll
i:it ol six local business leaders
new "Barkers" In their organ!-
- tion.
Accepted as members were Jer-
Blank. Allan Abess Jr., Arthur
iple. Buddy Halpert. Leo Stein-
an, and Leonard Zilbert
Variety Club is the sponsor of
' riely Children's Hospital, the
itlonally recognized pediatric
. liter. Motto ol the non-sectar-
i n institution is "Total care for
e Ailing Child."
There are 40 Variety Clubs
roughout the world, all engaged
health and welfare programs
. octing children
President o f
the Planned Par-
enthood Clinu at
i241 \W 17th
lAvo Miami, is
iMrs H. Franklin
Or. Guttmacher Williams. Vice
president is Dr. Daniel 0 Ham
mond.
Dr. Guttmacher is president of
Planned ParenthoodWorld Popu-
lation. He is a diplomate in ob-
stetrics and gynecology, a member
ol the faculty of three of Amen
ea's leading medical schools and
author of many scientific and pop-
ular books and atricles
In 1963, he was named chair
n an <>l the Medical Committee
ol the International Planned Par-
enthood Federation and a mem-
ber cf its Management and Plan
ning Committee
Left to right at Or Olom exercises are (seated)
Andy Wordes, Eliot Berg, Steven Washolder.
Mark Goldweber, Robin Pomerantz, Jeffrey
Eistel. Neil Gold, Brian Markowitz, Brett Gon-
shak. Second row are Marc Edelman, Kevin
Rosen. Ronald Merker. Susan Greenberg.
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Pontiff Urges 'Religion Peace'
Continued from Page 1-A
?nd condemned the spreading of
bigotry. With regard to the cru-
cifixion issue, he stated: "Re-
sponbibility for the crucifixion
of Jesus belongs only to those
individuals who were present "at
the time and cooperated with
His death. It is simply absurd
to maintain that there is some
kind of continuing guilt which
is transferred to any grouo and
which rests upon them as a
curse for which they must suf-
fer.'' He added that "anti-Semi-
tism can never find a basis in
the Catholic religion."
i' (> Paul, m declaring i<> the
iklegation thai those arc also his
pi tintents, made it clear thai
backs the statement on Cath-
i Jewish relations which i- now
prepared tor submission to
forthcoming session of the
imenical Council in September
riie delegation received by the
included in addition to Mr.
II. Ralph Friedman of Now
-, chairman of the Commit-
executive board; Philip i:
nan of Newark, chairman of
'- board of governors; Dr, John
Slawson of New Yerk. executive
ice president; ami Mis. Leonard
M Sperry of Los Angeles, a mem-
i r "i the executive board,
\- ,i result ol the audience with
* Paul, Mr. Abram said, the
Vmerican Jewish Committee feels
illy encouraged about the pros
pects of the forthcoming session
I the Ecumenical Council adopt
tit the decrees concerning relig
out liberty and Catholic attitude's
'"uard Jews and other non Chris
'i.hi groups.
'Pope Paul told us that he
wished for peace among all re-
ligions, that he hoped the Coun-
cil would help brinj peace and
friendship between the Church
and the Jews, *nd that it would
repeat the sentiments exoressed
in the statement he read to our
delation," Abram said.
M the pi i inference, Abram
al i rcve tied pi ins for the creation
in Rome ol ;i and action
cent< r to analyze and combat prej
udice, esp' cially a- n arises in
the tc n t..- ..- i i different faiths
Abram said that the Pope, when
Informed ol these plan.-, indicated
h's appro> al arid gave his blc sing
to Mr- Sp ny. widow of the Amer-
ican .le" Ish I Ommittee leader, in
whose memorj the center is being
established,
To be known as the Leonard M.
Sperry ( nil, r for lnter-i oup Co-
i peration, the new institute will
promote examination of religious
texts and teaching materials in
different part- ol the world in or-
der to determine in what linht they
DOrtraj various religious groups
and ethnic minorities, including
.leu- Initial financing of the Con-
ler program lias been assured by
Mi- Sperrj and the family and
friends ol the late Mr Sperry.
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lial iunual Assot iation oi Great-
er Miami will install newly elect-
ed officers at a cocktail party
'I bur-day night. June 11. at the
Lombardy Hotel. Installation
chairman is Rabbi Morton Malav-
ky. Beth Sholem, Hollywood.
\e leaders Include Rabbi Her-
bert Baumgard, Temple Beth Am.
president. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan,
Temple Adath Yeshurun, vice
president; Rabbi Harold Richter,
Congregation B'nai Raphael, sec-
retary: Rabbi Norman N Shapiro.
Beth David Congregation, treasur-
er; Rabbi Solomon Schiff, Congre
gation Beth El, executive vice
president lor a three year term.
Outgoing officers who will be
honored tor achievement- during!
the pa-t year are Rabbi Solomon
Schiff, Rabbi Baumgard, Rabbi
Eugene Labovitz, Rabbi Morris
Graff, .ind Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
The Rabbinical Association in
elude- rabbi- ol all shades "1
Judaism, and i- dedicated to
strengthening religious identifies
i.uii. .Hid promotion ol more posi
live relations between the .leu
i-b and non-Jew i.-h community.
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These promient speakers addressed the
1964, biennial convention of the National Jew-
ish Welfare Board recently at the Statler
Hilton Hotel in Boston. Mass. Top row
row (left to right) are Dr. Abram L. Sachar.
president, Brandeis University; Edwin Wolf
2nd, president. National Foundation for Jew-
ish Cul'ure; Lewis H. Weinstein, president,
National Community Relations Advisory Coun-
cil; Bertram H. Gold, executive director, Je--
ish Centers Association. Los Angeles. Bottc: 1
row are Mrs. Mary I. Bunting, president, Ra:
cliffe College; Rabbi Israel Miller, Kingsbridc -
Heights Jewish Center, the Bronx, chairma:
JWB's Commission on Jewish Chaplainc-
Solomon Litt, JWB president; and Sanford Sc
ender, executive vice president JWB.
Registration Now for Girls' High at Hebrew Academy
Registration In the Hebrew
Academy of Greater Miami for
the September semester started
Hiis week. Rabbi Alexander S.
Cross, principal, announced
Wednesday.
A "first" in Academy history will
he the establishment of a girls'
senior high school starting with a
nth grade tin- tall semester.
For the thud consecutive year, a
special program for students at
the Junior High level, with no
formal Hebrew background, will
be launched.
The new program, open to all
students who have completed six
years of elementary school, will
be an accelerated, integrated pro-
gram of Hebrew and general stu-
dies, five days a week.
students ir.usl | ass an entrance
examination. Hebrew program
will include study in Tora
"Prophets."" "Jewish liistor
"L a n g u a u e and l.i'ei atur
"Mishna. Talmud" .hi I o ..
mentarics."
Rabbi Gross -aid scholarsh i
I will be available on the basis
financial need and schola
ability. School officials ann >un
that a special nurser> 11 ss
commence tin- year for i ithe *
morning or afternoon
19 HOURS DAILY OF FULL STEREO
6 A.M. 'III 1 A.M.


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Friday. J.e \ -g^ I
Temple Menorah honored teachers of its
Religious School at Friday evening services
recently. Honored were standing
Heft to right) Abraham Moskovitz. Mrs.
Charles Kusens. Mrs. Nathan Stern, Mrs. Yu-
val Kachioif. Heizl W. Honor, principal of the
school. Mrs. Herzl W. Honor, Benjamin Alt-
shuler, and Emanuel Feder. Seated 'left to
right) are Miss Laraine Friedman, Mrs. Nathan
Robinowitz, Miss Linda Hall end Mrs. William
Lipstiz, and Miss Barbara Segal (not pictured).
Maurice Revitz. president of Temple Manorah,
issued the certificates. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz officiated at the service.
Temple Menorah's Bowling League concluded
another secso:i with a banquet held last
Tuesday evening at the Carillon Hotel. In-
spired by the au.smatic pin-setiers. the Bowl-
ing Lecgue will present to Temple Menorah
an automatic ad-iressograph machine which it
hes purchased from the profits netted through
the league. Shewn are David Miller, Sam
si Wiener, Ben Krovetz, Leo Son-
Morns Steuben. Max Nyer. Bea
Gkrssmdfc Jeca Miller, Alex Friedman, Geri
Mechiowitz, Joe Rifkin, David Ray, Regi Ray
Kenny Berman, Sheila Goldberg, Gerri Kim-
mel, Alex Berger, William Carter, Mary Ber-
man, Harvey Berman, Elayne Kaplan, and
Ruth Sonnenblick. Seated are Ben Alter. Dor-
othy Steuben. Sally Kurman, Sam Schiffman,
Tillie Shapiro, Hazel Carter, Norman Shapiro.
Danny Walder. Ethel Curtis, Helen Segal,
Esther Merwick, Pauline Alter and Reva Fried-
man. Not shown are Dr. Selwyn Willie, Wil-
liam Glassman, Claire Singer, Shirley Krovetz
and Lillian Nyer.
Pythians Elect New Officers at Meeting Sisterhooa Breakias( Host
Gershv in Knights
Pythias J I hi Id bi
'! : a the Barcelona
1 n Sal p m.
nored
ar entertainment
follow the pn gi am
On Monday. 7 30 p.m., a
tor ield al Hibls
<- St and Alton
1 Offic< rs J : s will be

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ii- regular on Mondaj to
make plans for it- installation ;ii
iii Roney Plaza Hotel on Wed
laj < vening, June '.'4.
A i '' ition .liiii combined social
hour will follow both met
Fredi rick A igi r is chancelloi
( m mander oi the Knights, and
Mrs. Saul Jarrett i elect
\ ix liary
Temple B'nai Sholom Sisti rh.....I
v ill be host at breakfast for stu-
dents registering for the fall term
of Sunday and daily Reli
School on Sunday, June 7, from
10 in noon.
When your family
celebrates a Special
Family Occasion-
Welcome Wagon Calls
When your family celebrates a
sixteenth birthday, announces
an engagement or the birth of
a new baby, or mo\cs to a new
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Beth Moshe Installs
At Friday Services
Officers oi Both Moshe Con
gregation and SiMcrhood will b<-
installed during serricea eon-
ducted b> Rabbi Simon April on
Friday ni [hi
on Satnrdaj night at the Con
ation first anniversary din-
ner dance to be held :it the Lorn-
'..id;, Hotel, the new leaders will
i.e honored, and the annual Journ
ai will be rn nti d
slate ;- hi aded bj Merle Mich
ael, president; Arthur .1 Brown.
Max Grcenber. Dai I D igoloff.
Ben Newmark. vice presidents;
jaj Rand Mrs 1 rank Epstein,
Stanle> Glatter, seen Ber
pard Kaplan, treasurer.
Directors are Herbert Lelchuk,
Bobe Dale, Frank Epstein, J'-e
Katz, Harrj Kessman. Max Foa.
Howard Pelzner, Harrj Raben.
Block, Mrs Fred Blank, Stanlej
Rosenstrauch
Sisterhood officers who will
serve during 1964-65 include Mrs
Jay Raifl, president; Mrs. Her-
bert Lelchuk, Mrs Joseph Foos,
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ICJIOltS
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* i Isaac Ewer.

S-V-OM CONOREC*
- I7t.ll Ave. OrthodoK.
II i .<;. shner.
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EMES 2;33 SW 19th Awe.
i.v- RiBOi Abraham Sen-
|ANSr I
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e;th -viO '.-'> SW 3rd Awe. Con-
. Rjiin Norman N. Srupiro.
C .-. i i W. Lipson.

Orthodox,
man.
Rabin Phmeas Weber.
BETH r_. 5 *w 17th Awe. Ortho-
do. RnObl SolomWl tchiff.
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BET"-1 .-RA6'- 711 40th $t. O'tho- St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Creen-
Oo, I Di Louie Rottman. waM.
# ------ V i >'. tO H t< in K,rm.ui:
BET" aCOB 101-311 Waih.ngton "Thi IVput.v. A Controversial Rook."
a,. ;ion:> Rabbi Tibor Stern. Raturrlaj t m Etar Mltavah: sr.\.n
120tl St' Ri-i:ontruelonut. Rabbi
Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gott-
lieb.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe St Conservative.
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor
Ernest Stein.-r.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4144 Chase
Awe. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kroniah.
Cantor Davd C^'-iser
Prldaj 8 IS i>m Ebturday NM5 a.m.
i I feu Mlixvah: i..i < .m .. nun <
\i hi.i Mi- Albert Myerv. Ban
Milzvnh: StiMin Inyw. daushti r of
OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Or Mr. nil Mr- .Inoeiih iH.hiti
CANDLWGHTING TIMi
25 Sivan 6:40 pjn.
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
8atttnla) 8:*fl a.m Bar Mltavnh: Alex, .
-.11 .i Mi .hi.I Mr* NattaanM Frleil- !
I man.
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TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative i
.fl 8755 SW J6tn it Miami- ">V 1 w_
Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin.
K.lllirdlU V .. in Rellil......- Si'hnol -tn- '
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TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale.
l'ri.la> icis p.m. Sermon: "Th V'an-
iKtllnil Slill Small Voice." Battirita)
II a.m. Cai* Mitsvah: Brticei Alan, non
..f Mi. ami Mi>. Lawrence Rodan,
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB 951
Flamingo Way. Conservative Rabbi
-- Hyman Gross.
TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 387 KrM;\ 1:15 |..m S:iturii:i\ Vain S, i -
NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabbi mon: "Weekl} Portion."
Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Alex- -------*
C mti
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,lauri: Mamehes.
-. I in.hi l-r., I, the
I-. Rabbi Htern will
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. > \i\ fruiii R< III oils
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OOCtH 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Traditional. Rabbi Max
Cantor Fred Bernstein.
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O 5 E CONGREGATION.
D ie Hvy. Conservative.
- .o- April. Cantor Hyman
1'. can, >""
S. iavlli-h.
if Mr. und Mr-, rh.nl. -
SEPHAROIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah.
mias.
ander Cohen.

TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M.
Machtei.
Krai i> 8:38 p.m. Sermon: "Ornduatlon
>>r i*ommence>ment How !>. You
m, --i.e. Ianiran'e*" Baturda} 8:30
a.m. Bar Mltivah; FYeilerlck, non of
Ml. an.I Mr>. Jumes Sl.-nr.
TEMPLE ZAVIORA. 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks.
Cantor Ben Oickson.
l-Vi-lav 8:15 p.m. Si-rmon: "A X.w
Worlll." S;i1.inla> 8:4S a.m. S.-lln..n:
"W hat Price \\*i>.l..ni."
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TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Leo Urlich.
\, u
. onari cation
li In
PH-rlL 139 NW 3rd Ave
rtalptl Kneger. secie-
III..11 v
Si! Ill llU> '
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TEMPLE ADATH VESHURUN. Con-
servative. 1025 NE 183rd St Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan.
Cantor Maurice Neu.
I 'i iia> vi'. |.M. Sermon: "Vacation
.111,1 V... .if:..- i:.. v /\ h. Uollll
Shelly, duiuchter ol Mi und Mm, S\ M"',i',,':. .'"K
Iti i- Sin inla> 13 m Bur \iii/.v..ii -,;" .....'"
Stephi li II I Mr anil Mi> e
II.,rill TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
e Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
TEMPLE BETH AM 59r>0 N Kendall Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Dr.. So. Miami. Reform Rabbi -- e
Herbert Ba.imgard. Cantor Cliarles TEMPLE JUOA. 320 Palermo Ave.
Kociner. Liberal Reform, Rabbi Mordecai
Kihhi Holj Podet.
I.ann lhe> Hebrew Pi Ida) ;I3 p.m
TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1701 Washing. TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Lehrman. Cintor Hirsh Adler. Werniek.
l-*riila.\ ii p.m Saiurla\ : a.m. sVr- l-*inl.i> v::'." p.m. Sermon: "Etblca ..i
iiii.n: s..iii. MI>concepth>ns on l:<- ih. r.iih.i- Saturda) 9 a.m. s-r-
I Ik Inn anil the I'ubll. s. I.....|." Bar man: "Weeklj I'ortlon." Car Ml /
: .\i ..ml Mi.- vab: Joel Robert, >" "i Mr. and Mn
Hai i > Herman.
YOUNG ISRAlL 990 NE 171st St.
Orthodox. R.iulii Sherwm Stauber.
r i i.i.i> : ^ii Sal in da} v. in a m
.-. i in..a |"oi i !..n ..: Hi. Week
Dr. Elazar Goelman. of Phil-
adelphia, dean ol Gratz Col-
lege, was elected unani-
mously in Atlantic City, N.J.,
to a second term as president
ol the National Council for
Jewish Education during a
session of the 38th annual
conference of the NCJE by
the 500 Jewish educators at-
tending the annual event.
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TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD 1351 s l*tri Ave Reform.
Rabbi Samuel Jafi?
e
TEMPLE BETH SH.RAH 7500 SW
TEMPLE MENORAH 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
e
TFMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional, Raoui Eugene Lahovitz.
1 r ila-i ?:s Euclid Ave Or
RaUb Joseph E. Rackovtky
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Confer* 't.ve. Rabbi Max Lip-
CantOJ aen-Z'on Ku-schen-
.. li riid e p.:n Shturdu, i., i
PHAEL 1401 NW 183rd St.
' live Rabbi Harold Richter.
C inior Jack Leaner.
a
-AGLER GRANADA 50 NW 51st
PI (r"rva!..( Rabbi David Ros-
-nleid. Cantor George Goldberg.
e
8JBV r. L'UDEROAUE EMANUEL 1801
W E. Anurewe Aye. Reform.
The Secret of Our Survival
E. Alm-(i An*.
Richard M. Levtton.
Rabbi
tBREVV ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetres
sr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross.
i p.n *a1 irdn > 9 a m Bai
\. [an son of Mr and Mra.
! .liar.I
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AELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th
C v servative. Rabbi Shmaryahu
Swlreky. Cantor Louis Cohen
i i- Sal .'i li | N i a.m
i Ml ni Sp) 01 a 11 in -i
a. Aim 1.1.- .ui.i
i Mltavah -..: -m
M- .- mn l i ;i.-. imteln.

: TH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
di Rabb. Dav.d Lehrfield.
- -i Abrati im Seif.
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EEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544
hington A>.e. Orthodox. Rabbi
Str i-5feid-

RI C O N G R EG ATION.
h : .' if. n Traditional.
By RABBI RICHARD M.
LEVITON
Ft. Lauderdale Emano-EI
We read in this week's Torah
portion. Sbelacfa Lt'fha. ol the
spying out ol the laud ot Canaan
by the princes ot Israel. The>
returned with a report that the
land of Canaan surely was a
land flowing with milk and
honey" and the) brought back
specimens of grapes, pomegran-
ates and figs a> evidence. Their
report also contained the alarm-
Temple Zamora Gets Second Scroll
Dedication ol an historical scroll Rabbis Irving Lehrman. Temple
took place at Temple Zamora Kmanu-EI: Solomon Schiff, Beth
recently The scroll was pre El: Alexander Gross, Hebrew
-inted to the Temple bj Mr, and Academy; and Hershel Brooks,
Mrs. Harry Harris, 4011 Alhambra ipirilual leader ol Temple Za
Circle, (.oral Cable-, m honor m inora.
the couples 50th anniversarj Cantors included William l.ip-
This as the second scroll pre son, ol Beth David, who present
sented to Temple Zamora during cJ a prom.mi ol liturgical dedica
whence the) came Only Joshua ,|ie pa>, vear jne Jorah i- some
and Caleb expressed confidence 175 years old and has lived through
that the land could be theirs if the Nazi holocaust.
It is adorned by specially-de-
signed crowns of silver with
golden bells and golden eagle
and crown in honor of the
couple's golden wedding.
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Spying out of Canaan
ing neu- thai the land ol Canaan
was very well fortified land
whose inhabitants were fierce
and nun oi greal stature
"We were in grasshoppers, and so were In
then sight," they exclaimed.
The people becoming frightened
wanted l return to Egypt and
even suggested they make a cap
tain for themselves other than
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they attacked soon and keol faith
in Cod. Their optimistic min-
ority report was greeted by the
demand that they lie stoned.
Judaism as a religion and as
a civilization has survived be-
cause the few in each generation
dared to challenge the majority
reports of the frightened, inse-
cure and unimaginative congre-
gations. Jewish history could be
written with this as the thesis.
Even today we are hearing re-
ports about the eventual disap-
pearance ot the American Jew
because of intermarriage and the
loss of the children resulting
from those marriages
1 for one am not inclined to
trust implicitly these pronounce-
ments ol the prophets ol doom
nor do 1 feel thai Jewish life
can be calculated via a data
processing machine In mj opin-
ion Judaism todaj 1- more oi a
universal^ religion
than ever before in its history
We shall survive as .1 en
\ 1t.1l influenci d no! be-
cause "i less ol out
numbers bul bei mst ol Ihe
ri htness ol our and
valui -
The secrel of our survival
rests lar Ij '.1 the p
.11-..1 futun hi I P'1
The rabbi : isi n l onlj teach
his people bul musl also reach
his people Those in positions
of influence must inspire Jews
and non-Jews alike with the
ba-ic kinship ol Judasim with all
that is true. jus', and beautiful in
human life.
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Members of the Dedication
Committee were Joseph Ostrie,
chairman; Lester Shapiro, chair-
man of the Board of Education;
Ciuest rabbis at the tunction were and Leon Honig.
The new Torah being presented to Temple Zamora stands
adorned on the pulpit. Left to right are Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Harris, donors ot the Torah in honor oi their 50th wedding
anniversary, and Rabbi Heishel Brooks, spiritual leader of
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Friday, June 5. 1964
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDIIN
A Study Abounding in the History of Jewish Ethics
f RKE ABOTH. Edited bv Isaac Unlerman. 408 pp.
New York: Twayne, $6.50.
DIRKE ABOTH, or Saying! of the Fathers, are tradi
tionally recited and studied every Sabbath afternoon
tvveen Pcsach and Rosh Hashona. Many synagogue
id> groups, however, select this part of the Talmud for
eif attention, as do numerous women's organizations in
) intellectual offering to their members. Dr. I'nter-
an. rabbi and jurist and .Miami Beach resident, is the
thor of some thirty books in English. Hebrew and Yid-
sh* including the recent "A Light Amid the Darkness:
odieval Jewish Philosophy." He has edited what he
am a "useful manual." which in fact seems somewhat
iK than that.
His selections from the Mishna include extracts from
the most noteworthy scholars Midrash Samuel, Nach-
lath Aboth. Maimonides. the Aboth and he has added his own "explanations and interpreta-
tions." There are also bibliographical sketches of rabbis
of "Pirke Aboth." with some interesting suggestions into
their motivations and thoughts, especially tied to the
time and circumstance of their utterance.
His method is to give the quotation from a particular
section of the Michna. and to break it down into short
phrases, which he then explicates. Thus of. the phrase,
"and make a fence around the Torah.'' Dr. L'nternian ex-
plains how it has been misinterpreted as an attempt to
solidify the Torah "into a rigid system of dry. abstract
dogmas." and goes on to express its proper interpretation,
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Dallas Reexaminsd Six Months After a Murder
The author
a half-year after the assassination
of President Kenned). we need to
i stock afresh to see whether the
iii. citizenry has learned much
out itself and grown or lost in light
the senseless killing ol its highest o fi
ai. On< helpful way to walk back
rough the events leading to the Ii.il;
>. the assassination itself, ami the
imediaU aftermath is to read "Dallas
i iblic and Private." by Warren Leslie
irked six years for the Dallas News aid came to under-
and the booming city well also as assistant to Stanley
arcus who. both as president of the famed Neiman-
.arcus Store and as a thoughtlul member ol the Dallas
iwer structure the Citizens' Council, knows what makes
Ifg D" tick.
There are insights in Leslie's book for those especial-
concerned over certain Jewish considerations in con-
foreign News letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN
Israel's Labor Troubles
B
Jerusalem
THE TIME these
linos are in print, the
sit down strike ol Israel's
Postal Worker- will be
o\ er As ot now. for three
weeks, whatever letters
do receive, In most
i further
their < onl
having in the meantime
bl come obsolete. \\ Ircll.
aj. ma) prove that
a lot of letter writing is
superfluous However, this assumption is hardly
borne out by the public's reaction and by economic
expe Is.
Simultaneously, there is also a sit-down strike
of Internal Revenue collectors which to the gen
eral public proves a leaser nuisance and its Im-
pact on the Treasury hardly needs much elaboration.
The fact i.s that these two sit-down strikes are
but a manifestation of Israels turbulent Labor front
and oi a far (rung wave of labor disputes which-
brought the country's services to the verge ol a
complete breakdown.
Plagued by reourring strikes and strike threats,
the Government had some time ago initiated a job
Classification program. However, it ran into oppo-
sition of various groups oi public servants which
considered that the) were not being granted the
status and pa) they deserved. This program has
not been abandoned, hut m far. it brought no re-
spite and. null in!, even produced higher tension.
Paced with the dangerous deterioration, the
idea of arbitration was brought up. Originally, the
idea was ore of compulsory arbitration, but it en-
countered some opposition inside Mapai quarters
and chiefly in the ranks ol Ahdul Avoda, with w
the Mapai leadership hail to reckon in view oi the
continuing talks about a unification ol the two Labor
parties Hence a compromise was produced sub-
stituting the idea ot compulsory arbitration with
that of agreed arbitration and moreover. Stipulating
that the arbitration effort be limited to the current
labor dispute- only
However, many wonder whether such a course
would provide the remedy to the more fundamental
problem involved in the recurnui: dispute- and de-
mands ior higher wages the problem of maintain-
ing the country's economic stability. For the past
two years the Government has been laboring hard
to preserve the precarious wagc-and price balance
to keep inflation at bay. A wage raise above and
beyond that tied to the cost of living index and with
no relationship to production is bound to upset it
with all the dangerous consequences involved.
It is admitted that in some fields wage adjust-
ments may be needed and it was for this purpose
that the job classification program was initiated,
but what could a one-time arbitration shot achieve'
nection with the Dallas drama. A Jew. Jack I. Ruby.
has in ins own strange way riveted this kind of consider
ation into the Texas picture So has Bernard Weissman,
the 26-year-old salesman, whose name was signed to the
provocative anti-Kennedy advertisement that appeared
in the Dallas News a lew hours before the President was
slain.
Pi hie Sgt Patrick T Dean lias testified that Night
Club Operator Rub) killed President Kenned) s alii
assassin, Lee Oswald because Ruby wanted the world
to know the .lews do have guts" The Ion., tune anti-
Semi tic propagandist, Gerald I. K Smith, has concluded
for his non-think readers that Ruby, known ., good part ot
his life as Jack Rubinstein, was part oi a conspiracy to
silence President Kennedy's killer Retired Hear Admiral
John <; Crommelin. ol Alabama, has opined "Communist
.lews killed Christ, Lincoln. Garfield and Kennedy." And
in a section of the Arab press, the entire Kenned) tragedy
boiled down to a Zionist plot.
Although the hook. "Dallas Public and Private"
never hacks away from the special problem created for
.lows b) such footnotes as the one.- just reviewed, the im-
portant work has significance transcending this parochial
interest. For lure i- scon the foil) of placing all civic
confidence in those distinguished by their capacity to ac-
cumulate money and blithely to lay on the line the guar-
antee oi material support. The Dallas Citizens' Council
grew i ut ol the Texas Centennial ol 1936 and is, in Leslie's
words. ,i collection Of dollars represented by men With
the single exception of the president of Southern Moth
odisl University, the Council seems composed ol business
interests only Dallas has the largest Baptist church in
t le world, the largest Methodist church in the world, and
i ne ot the largest Presbyterian churches in the u rid; but
no clergyman has a place on the Citizens' Council Nor
do doctors, write!-- sociologists or even lawyers Money
talks for Dallas
Or at least it did until a President was slain in the
city
Now it ma) be different Now at Ion city < :'
less than a million souls with a murder rate higher than
that of all of I with 45 million peo|
upon a public relations man to help guidi through
the jagged maze ol the Rub) trial, a citj .ears
but several billion dollar- away from frontier life that
city is forced by the irrepressible march ol events to re-
consider its course and perhaps to reorder its method ol
making judgments
At the heart of such reappraisal must certainly be
B Critical examination of the powerful role ,I the Rabid
Right in Dallas. No thoughtful resident of the Texas
city will be able to shake off the nightmare realization
that GOT. John A. I'onnally, who suffered gun wounds
when President Kennedy was killed, accommodated the
extremists Of Dallas by officially proclaim,,,, tmted
States Day in lexas when the followers ol M ,, ,;,. pa
Win A. Walker and other Much Society Ian- were trying
o humiliate i N Ambassador Adlai Stevenson This "was
loss than a month before the Kennedy assassination.
Panorama:
including the Statement from Oemara that I: .. ?,
sary to make a fence so that the divine and II .
should not be submerged in the mundane, day-to-da) li|t.
and in order to keep people away from tran-
One needs particular competence to judge the bo,*
for its integrity or excellence of scholarship It abound.
of course, in history and folklore, and in the kind of
ethical guidance in which Jews have always delighted
the wise and often humorous twistings of the mind and
spirit of the particular brand of morality which i. n.
pressly Judaistic. It is the sort of morality which is
simultaneously a burden and a joy; and nowhere I think
does that combination of emotions come through more
compelling!)- than in "Pirke Aboth."
The introduction by Louis Schwartzman. cxei
director of the Bureau of Jewish Education ol Greater
Miami, seems exceptionally thoughtful, studded with
factual knowledge, and eminently clear 1 am I i
familiar with the complete library of translal
commentaries on "Pirke Aboth," but Dr L'ntet
contribution, indexed, with a glossar) ol Hel.....a terms
and several other appendices, appears to be i I
uable addition.
Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOIAR
Council Is Rebuffed
the state Department
played justified caution in re-
nting to meet with leaders
nti Zionist American Counci
udaism on the question ol
ion ot the concept "Jewish Pea
le." However, the Department
a- nevertheless trapped by tin
ouncil into writing a letter on
his subject to the annual tin I I
i.. ,.. ...c .i.ii,v.ionist group Showing that, in the,
the future, the State Department should be evei
more cautions when dealing with the Council 1
Judaism loaders.
It is true that the letter which Assistant S, i
tary ol Slate Phillips Talbot wrote to the Council
is not the kind the leaders of the anti Zionist group
expected and this is probably the reason why the;,
sought al-u a personal discussion in the State Do
partmenl in fact, the Council did not make publu
the full text of the letter and chose to present it
only m part, concealing the fact that it was rebufl
b) the State Department Nevertheless, the St,-,i,
Department unwittingly permitted itsell to be drt
ged into correspondence on such a delicate subject
as i......lehood which, in the Jewish case, has vari
definitiot
the great majority of the Jews. Jewish
i'!l hood means helping each other when in v
ol aid, even II they live in different countries
American Jews are helping not only Israel but also
Jewish communities in other countries And this i-
'ru. not only with regard to the United Jewish \
peal and the Joint Distribution Committee, wh.....
aid is ot a philanthropic nature, but also with i
gar.izations like the American Jewish Com-
am B'nai B'rlth winch maintain offices abroad for
fiuirvM tf protecting Jewish rights ever) where
inis l- especially true now In the case ol the
united front which American Jewry has established
to fight for Jewish cultural and religious rights in
the Soviet I'mon a fight which the State Depart
moot understands and endorses, I'ndcr such or
cumstances, it la questionable whether the State
Department acted wisely h> permitting itself to be
provoked by the Council ol Judaism into an attempt
to discuss the "Jewish people" concept
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
What Presidents and Prime Ministers Talk About
wucor- ir ai ui*.
yHERE IS ALWAYS a more or le-s
formal statement issued alter such
meetings a- that ol President Johnson
with Prime Minister Eshkol. This state
ment takes up the affairs of state chs
CUSSed, but Prcsid nts and Prime Min-
isters are human beings and they discuss
other matters which are'nut referred ti
in the official release
The Hebrew daily, Maariv, in Israel
in a recent issue says that ,t knows one ,., iue things
J resident Johnson will inquire about from Mr Eshkol
He will ask how Shomer is getting along? Who is Mr
Shomer? Shomer is not a mister. He is not even a he
Shomer is a she. Shomer is a cow. Israel's prise cow
It is believed to be a world champion. Weighing a ton and
a half.
Recently, writes Maariv, a lawyer friend of the Pres-
ident who also has large interests in the cattle business
and has sold Mr. Johnson much of the stock on his Toms
farm, visited Israel After seeing the places of historic
interest, he inspected Israels cattle and was taken to
see Shomer He was ecstatic about Shomer and said
that, when he returned to Washington, he would be sure
to tell President Johnson about it. The President prides
himself on in- own Texas farm stock.
'I his .story brings hack to inv mind a storv about cows
in Israel of an earlier vintage, related in mv book. Ha-
nuka l.atkos. which, by the way, I recommend to all as
most suitable for a gift or for your own reading It i-
lull of humor and information. What more can I sa)
about it?
Hut let ii. get hack to the story The time was about
1920 at a meeting Of Zionists in Now York over which
Dr. Stephen S Wise presided. One of the speakers wa-
> good Zionist who had just returned from visiting some
or the colonies in Palestine. He came back from that
visit with a heavy heart and a sad story. There wore not
enough people with know-how among the Jews who had
.settled in Palestine, he said. "Why. do \ou know," he
sa.it in such a thing as buying a cow. they will often turn
to the rabbi for advice?"
In the land of milk and honey, thev didn't even know
about raising cows. Everybody was depressed.
The depression was lifted a bit when Dr. Wise from
the chair quipped: Well. If, not so bad. Over there in
h,Kw.,n,h ,he|,rabbis choos* he cows. Here the cows
choose the rabbis.


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I >.\ li:i': May 22, l6l
K B. LRAT1IKRM V V
i ierk of the Circuit i 'out i
(seal) B) C. P. COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
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Attorney for Plaintiff
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NOTiCE UNDER NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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iN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 6oB45 A
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NOTICt OF INTENTION TO MAKE
-PPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND F.NAL DISCHARGE
S'nTICE is hereby given that l have
,i m> Final l!'i n and Petlilou lot
...nil.hi .mil I- mat I' ii-"f i-
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Honorable Count) Judges "f Dmdi
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY Hl\ EX that
t he iiti.l, ralgn. .1, desiring t. .
i.ii-iii.-- nn,l. .- (he iiiiin-
..f MEDICI SH< >E RP \>
28th sir.-, i. Hlnlenh Int. mix I
Id nan ivlth t he '' rk of the
. 'n in' i lad. '..mil. Florida.
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NORWICH I- \, COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
I- rrglatel FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60706-C
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NOT CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
IS 11ERKI i Y i i IV EN '
,
I>IH1 n i.-c. .| ST IMIt 'lii'> at -
Street v .. Int. mix '"
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I 'i IX IVERW IN
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA :N AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERC
No. 64C 5193
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Plaintiff,
l N i: i: Eat a t
III i.-i: s. iSKIN
NOT.CE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
hy givi I bat I have
riled in* Final Ri i- rl Bnd Pel
i.. i ,i t. ii.uii'.n and Final In
. Idmintatratnr of the --'- ol
Rl .-i S. i.-'l< IX. til .1-' 'I <<''-
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apply i" the ii .....rabli Co inty Judgi
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.., Hai(| Final R. p and I
___^ I button and final dlachai e Vdmin-
- raior < the .-
named decedslit. This 12th day ol
May, 1984.
JOSH REPHt'N
\.i,n;i latnitor
josH i!i:i'in n
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i :;.i W'aahington Vv,>.
Miami Bea. h, Hoi Ida
5 15-22-19, 6 3
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUR"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60845 A
IX RE:
ESTATE IF
JACK W PERSOFF, n K
.1 \.'.'i: WILLIAM I'LL-1 '1
l......-. 'I
C TATION
I-. i ETHEL I'l'KS. IFF.
,;,.,. s \\ 10th Street
Mi...... i ...i Ida
HARRY PRRHOFF,
:':tn Eaal Slat Htre. t
\. u York, X. Y '
M' ILLIE KLATI'.
:>lil Church Avenue
111 ookl) n 56, Xe X
HEI.EX HALPKRX,
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,...,: ,i. Slew York
SHIRLEY LEIBOFF,
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CAR.
MARTIN HALI'KRX
LEAH I. ll'.' IFF
i i 'i VRK HER BY N' ITIFIED I
, i ii i..ti "i Widow f.'i Va
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUO CIAL C'RCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 38?6
Til I" WILI.I A MSlSl' !: .11 SAVIN IS
\ -
I \ Ml-.- i: I1RIMS '
Uef.n.l
NOTICE OF SUIT
|'i .1
i it',, now
iinknowi
h. inknow n helm. -. aninti ,,,1 p, -in.,ii foi Bxecuti
. .. ,| vttorneyn' Fees hai
11 '' i Co in: > .i-ni '
n .in. .1 def. ndai t ho ma) be ile- i i, ai
.i 'i required to aervi
>'.". ni. hi n by notirl. at the innwei ". pit adlng
above i|>I '" .......'- in n. on the Petition, i i
Htltuted ii..... -' the lorne** SIMON MAYS & URCX1.
".....t of thi llth .Imliclal C WKHt! Building, Mil
Florida In il Had. Count} i-'ioilda, 33132, and file th.....igin
EI>I>IE LEE KHIPP,
I >, i. ti'l.iiit.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tl i Bill ill". IjRIS KHIPP
n.*>l i-: lath st-, t
r
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 62709-B
Lona Bi ach, California
you Eddie L-- Shiup, < hereby IX RE: Eatate of
notified thai Bill ol Complaint for I UAV1U PHI1
Divorce haa been filed against you, I Decent
;i'i.,ii. for approval of said Land you are required serve .. cony
nl Report and ("i dUlrlbutlun and ,,f your Gnawer "t Pleading "> 0> v5 ivTmnn
itrU thelmii of Couiiualnt on lira i igiiiUti a I TO ALL PK N>
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
,li-, 1
Ex.
it, ,,i ihi oove-nam. i d. :odent.
2Tth da) ol Ma). II I
.I mil. lERS< 'I- i Ex. itrlx
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NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY HIVEN lhat
!, -ii-in^ t.. ni
. under the fictitious name of
l. v MA i \ ill I1 AMI ..>!. ... l
,.,.n.i. Ainsl.e K. Ker.li., Suite IN THE IVTATE OF SAID DIOCK-
S w LeJ. line Road. I DENT.
,,::,! ; i ., .-, Fl I i'"1 ",'
i. original Gnawer nr P'eadlng In
i the Clerk of the Circuit
Court -ii : ''-i"." the lth daj "i
June, IM4 it you i m i" .'" o, j >dg -
' Iken ..-nin-t
v,,n [or the relief demanded In Ina
BUI ,.| Compl "
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,.., -,,. |i for tout e. utive w at k
in i III. JEW l>H 1 '' 'RIDIAN.
i ,si-: VNH ORDHRHli BI M ami,
,. nn- Mil day "I Ma) A i.
I1MI.II
ua'401 S.W 17th Street Miami, j _, :lni AV. n. ,-U,
la ntends la register ald name '- '.'.,',
-. m, Clerk of the Circuit oun j Circuit Court, Dad
i >.iu.- County, Floi Ida.
..- -Kit \ lilVM.'l.tNS Bl'PPLY-
iNTKRNATIONAL D1V1SIO.N IXC
(a i ... ''.. n )
sol. 11 in r

int). Florida
iw i.si Ptetro
ii. Cl. rk
AIXSLEE i: FBRDIB
Suit* -> LeJeiine IM.
Pot ,i .;..!.'- '' "'i- -
Atlo: II. i [Ol I'l.ilNI'.ll
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| THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR UAUb COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
NO. 64C 5433
VXHELA RtisA Ki.INa DE LOERO.
rl.,.n,in.
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111- ANT..NI.. LOERO
IUSMRXDI,
I', itn,I.ml
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
hi HIS ANTON 1U LOERO
VKISMENIH
IxJlfi, lo Uulelka
Wen Ida de laa Dell, lag
Primer tramo, Apt. 7
Caracas, V'en. auela
You all iii-:i:i:i;y notified that
nmplatnt f..i l Mjvor. haa been
- i againal yeu, and you are her*.
i i i, ,i copy t.f youi
> t- to ii.. Pompla nt on the Plain-
n. s. i-..- I'LL Rouble*
addr. '_'! N.W. nth
t. .,, and file the
i l if tin Vi i in the
he Clerk Rlevi nlh J1TT.. il
,i i,.i I ..,,1, ...int i. Klt.r-
on ,.r oefol. li..
I< R of which Hi-
' i ilaml i\ ni in t.tki n .- on
b) you.
I'athi. Hi 'in, rlay of Ma
E II LEATHERM VN
..r in.- (*trcull Court
ll> C p COPELAXD
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 61777-C
IN RE: Eatate of .....
, i .if IK P BPIl BAK
1 ie. _,.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To VI Creditor* and v.l Pi raons Ha> ;
, Claims oi Demands Against Mid
j re hen by notified and
,1111. to pit-- in "..
na .. n.l d. -
,',,,, which you .... ',"w\'"' ,
th. estal. of Ui
to On- '
I file t|
Judge. Coun
i. i re h. r. by notified thai > writ-
ten Instrument purporting t.....- the
i.,-1 ill and testament of -.".1 dece-
dent haa been admitted io probate In
-,,,,1 i 'oui t, You :irt- holt lt> i om-
iii..ml..I within -i\ calendar months
ii,,n, ih,- data i ih. flrat publl
,.f |i,i~ not ..i to app. In --"I ''"in i
.m.i show cause. If any you can, wh)
tn, ... ii. n ..I -..ni Court In .i'ln
.i.i will t" probate vii, ni.i not stand
...,r.-\ "i.t l RANK B DOW UNO
Onunt) .i'iti-t
B) Melbii C PI. k. Clerk
publics i ni "f t his not Ice on
' .tn da) '.: Ma). I'" I
IRVIXU rVI'ION law OFFICES
\tt..' n.)
23 Arthur Oodfre) Rd .
Miami H'... li. Kli Ida
-, IS-Sz-tt, I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63102
IX RE: Estate of
WILLIE COOK (WILLIE C 1
I W.C.I ili.is.
D. ..i-.il
NOT.CE TO CREDITORS
TO ALL CRHDITORS AXPI ML
PKRSO.XS HAVIXil CLAIMS nit DE-
MANDS W1A1NST SAID ESTATE;
You are hereby notified and re-
i ed to present ail) claims and de-
mand hit li }u ma) have against
I \\ II.I.II-: CtKlK IWIL-
l.li; tW.C i ELLIS, il. ceased lute
Co nty, North Cai
lln i. t,. tli,- .'..mm Judg. i ol l' Ida
..ii,I rile ill' -.nn. Ill .Lii'li
fore. Ins. upon In
low Ing des. I
I...I :::', Block 7.: N< tRW.....i FIFTH
ADDITION SECTION TWO, u.
cording t" Ihe Plal '
cord, a In Plat Bo- k 6.". at I1i.e loa
,.l the l*ublic R. I tad. "oun-
ly, Florida.
I ...-. i, ,|nir. .1 to file your an-
swer i" plaint in ompl i nt itli tl"
I3erk of the foi mi Cuni
.. i \. ,i cop) t hei t r upon pin
uttorne) MARTIX PINK, lnh Fl......
Dad. Fed. ral Building. Mian I
Florida ii"t lati i than Jul; I, IS64,
..r .. Decree Pro Confesso "ill b. en-
ter. 'I ..v.iin-i you.
DATED: May 21. 1964.
E. B, LEATHERM VN
Clerk [ the Circuit "ourl
, -, ,i' i By: C. P. .'. il'i'.i.A mi
I >eput) Cl. rk
MARTIN FINE
Attm ne) for Plaintiff
I i-li Flnoi I'..... I d. nil RldB
M ami 12, Florida
1-12-111
in iii. ..in.. ..i iln- Clerk
: he ......* Court on or b. i > forl
i iinys i not Ihe first publlcal.
if,
notice shall i- published on.
. ,i .. ,. in The Jewish Floridlan f.
tour weeks flrsl publlcatloii tnei i
:., i Via) 29, 1964
DONE AN.' ORDERED In
Ilus u'-.ili day of Ma). 1964
W. I" BLAXTt IN
COCXTY JCIH5E
,..,,li |.. MELUA C. DICK
;. 29, ii 5-12-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH;
ELEVENTH JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
NO. 64C 5498
VLIIERT FARBElt,
I ., Illil:.
CELI \ I' \RRER,
I ..-.. m.itni
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
i \ 1 VRBER
AV nnt- /.
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notice under YH CE1JA FARHER, r,- herei
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW notified that a Hill of Complaint fc
NOTICE is HEREBY UIVBN tl. .t I ,^,,, htt|| ,,.,i against yo
Ihe undersigned, deslrlns to engage inj ,..,, .,,,, retjulred to serve a col
, ,...,: ViiMv.r ... pleading to it
the [.InintiM
ness i>...) r he fit-tnloua name
of MINI-MART .it H730 ~ Ft -
Highway, Kendall, Fig., intends to
register said name with the i ii It i I
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Floi Ida
>. il'TIl li \ 1 >E GROCERY '< IRP.
MARVIN l WIEXKIt
Mi.,.in v for Appll. t
Vlnsley Bids.
-. :', i i-i;-p.i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEllEHY UIVBN thai
ih. nn,I, i- Igned di siring I i -
- nini.-i i iir fict It ous name of
\.'i: BKACTY Sl'PPLIKM ..t I2.14
N E. I63i 'I Kit ''. So Mian i It. a. h
Intend* to register said num. with the
. Met ii '! tli. i i : t .'"in t ft l iade
Count) Florida.
BVN UK VCTY .. BARRER
SIITi.Y CO., INC.
;. i:. j
I ill' ..t .'. nplaint
Vttotney, tioLDM VN, OOLDSTBI
,v PACZIER. 2401 Weat Ftagh
Str. Mil i.'i Florida, and tile i
i ii Vn r or Pleading in t
ufflei oi tli. i i' i k of the CIrcu
Court ......r hi fore th.- 12nd da) -
;,,,,,. ih >4 If you fail to 't" -
ludgm. in b> .l-i.. 'It 'll !"' tt,k'
ill. relief demand*
,., the Bill i Complaint.
, .hull I" published on.
,. ,, i, we. k for four consecutij
rill-; JEWISH 1-'L.H11>IA>
IN INK VND oRDBRED at atlan
PI.....la, ',i. loth da) of May, A.I'
' V i: | K VTHERSIAX. Clerk,
, ,i, nii t'ourt, Dade County, Hon.
"iV,-'"Vuilu I'iirri: MOBFORD
I., put) Cl. rk .....
I'.OLDM Is-' litM.DSTEIX .< PACZlb
:, \\ Final, t- Street
Minn.I. Fl.
Attorn. > i- i Plnlntil
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SUPERIOR STAMP & SEAL WORKS
MANUFACTURERS Of SUPERIOR RUBBER STAMPS
Corporation Seals and Supplies
CHARLIE MERZ Owner
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685-1952
Dr. Ranson Given Life Membership
Dr. Manus R..n.>..n. 72-year retired spiritual leader of Bay
Harbor Island was tendered the
Life Membership Award of the
Central Conference of American
Rabbis.
Rabbi Ranson for ten years
sored as spiritual leader of Tem-
ple Emanutl. of Ft. Laudcrdalc.
Last year, an interfaith broth-
erheod chapel wit named in hit
honor in East Orange, N.J., in
recognition of his life-long ded-
ication to the betterment of
Christian-Jewish relations.
He previously served congrega-
tions in Albany, NY., in addition
to Ea>t Orange and Ft, l.auder-
(ale.
Recently hr "as awarded an
ho .. rj LJiLt degree front the
Intcinaiional Baptist Seminary
and an baa rary L>r> degree irom
it- Hebrew imw CoHei* Jewi
bistttute 01 Religion.
rVesfbroofce Schedules Panel
We Ibrooke Country Club's wi>-
dnm Work.'hnp h..- scheduled a
>;-n-1 disi 1 sion, "Cliche of Lib-
1,, ism." lor its Fridaj session at
:l.i n.m, On< n lo the public.
Locoi Students fo Rec
Degrees irom Yeshiva
Jay y.AUr. 2352 S Mi,,:
Man BOH Lubarr. ~,Ui \v
St, Jerome S. Bas. 1627 -
-t.. and Martin I.. Katz, I
Ter., arill receive baeheli
grees at Yeshrea Uaiver&ii
irnual commencement r
m Thursday, June n. on
r 1 mpus in N Yor>
.1 ,
19th
Ittlj
:tth
d
3rd
lid
a*
ity,
IRVING SPEAR
Spear Chosen Head
Florida Optimists
Irving '". Spear Miami Bc.ich
attorney and civic leader, was
elected governor <>f the State of
Klonda Optimist- Clubs at its
- annual State Convention, held
at tl lades Hotel.
Presently Town Prosecutor 0!
Spear is a member of
the Miami Beach. Dak- County, ,
Florida and American Bar A-
Active locally in civic and
fraternal associations. Spear is
past commander of the North
Shore Post 677, Jewish War Vet-
erans, and served as chairman
of the board of Temple Ner
Tamid.
\ : the North j
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Auxiliaries Honor State President
MRS. BiKNARD WANDtK
lira. Bernard Wander, president.
State Department of Florida Jew-
ish War Veterans Ladic Auxiliary,
will be honored at a hmneh on
Sunday. 11:30 a.m.. at the Aljjicr-
Hotel.
Mistress of ceremonies will he
Mrs. Ben llaberman, pa-t nation-
j! president. JWV Auxiliary.
Chairmen in charge of the event
re Mrs. Max Kern, past depart-
ment president, and Mrs. Irving
sl nberg, past president Auxil-
ary 682.
Entertainment will feature smu-
r Chet Gale, and skit and songs
> the "Flapps," all Florida past
uixiliaiy presidents, under the di-
rection of Mrs. Mas Kern, presi-
dent of the group.
s Frank Toback. left, presents gavel to Mrs. Marvin Levin.
>wly elected president of Temple Judea Sisterhood. Sister-
>od otficers and board will be installed join.ly with Temple
ate.
Mrs. Stein Heads Beih Torah Women
Irs. Slan.i Stein, ho si n ed
; i ;>resii I "i Beth Tor
lifoHie Kahaner Sisterhood,
isen elected president ol the
merged Sisterhood, Hi
ii,i pre school PTA's.
Adrisn Kaufman, outgo-
i Rclisious School PTA presi-
will serve as youth vice
president.
r officers on the slate in-
Mr-, i.i- >rge Goodman, Mrs
i Ziffer, Mrs. Martin Mati,
li pts; Mrs, Louis Fos-
Morris Shapiro, Mrs.
ion Your-. Mr.-. Samuel Leb,
ries; Mrs Martin WahTiah,
plected treasurer
MRS. STANUV STEIN
aUU,
ovnan s
"World
"eJewislri Floridian
Miami, Florida, Friday, June 5, 1964
Section 3
Happy reunion for the former
Hoberta Schwartz and husband
Theodore I'rovdcr. back for the
first time in two years, for a visit
with the parentsMr. and Mrs.
Harry Schwartz and Mr and
Mrs Herman Provder Both
honor grads of the University ol
Miami, the young couple now
live in Madison. Wis.. where Ro-
berta teaches third grade in Mar
shall, and Ted. a Municipal
.Indue i- also on the faculty ol
the University of Wisconsin, in
the science and physics depart
ment Magnet for the visit,
wedding "t Roberta's brothei
Douglas to Lynne Steinberg on
Sunday Other relatives here
lor the nuptials, Mr. and Mrs
Dennis Ratthaus of Atlanta, lly
Schwartz, Dallas. Tex Mr and
Mrs. Abe Greenberg. I. I NY
Double celebration in the home
n| long time residents. Mr. and
Mrs. Maurice Samuels. 2110 SW
21st St., last Saturday Din-
ner reception for 200 honored
daughter Cynthia Ilene, just con-
n
j
bv ISABEL GRCVE
firmed al Temple Israel, and
birthday Of her grandmother
Mrs. Rosamond Portin .
Guests at the outdoor party, live-
ly with dance band music, in
eluded many of Cynthia's class
males from Shenandoah High, as
well as her brothers Bruce 11.
and Edward The 14-year-
old sub deb and her mother
Myra. both tall, both lovely.
chose while lace frocks Mrs
Samuels' undersheath was black,
her look-alike daughter's full
skirted dress was styled with an
underbodice of pink -^atin.
Former Mianuan. now living
in San Fran. Mrs. Ann Jamb-.
here for a summer visit .
Known .i~ Mary Ford ilurii .-
years here with WTVJ, is ben :
entertained bj her many friem
She was a guesl ol honor il
a luncheon hosted bj Mrs. Sa
Fortin. Mrs. Jerry Baker ai
Mrs. Bernard Sedon Dinnei
partie- have been given by M
and Mrs Sidney Palmer M
and Mrs Joseph Klinghoffer,
Mr and Mrs. Harrj Schwartz
and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Fort it
Before returning to the We1
Coast. Mrs Jacobs will spend
tew days in Nassau, visit w i
her son Dr Robert Jacobs an I
Continued on Page 6-B

I
Mrs. Ben Zeiqmund, who served as president of the Herzl
Group of Hadassafclor Jour years, presents qavel to newly-
elected president. "Mrs. Milton Weinberq. at the installation
luncheon held May 4. Vice presidents are Mesdames bam
Meiselman. Arthur Press, Irwin Makovsky; treasurer. Mrs.
Ben Zeiqmund; secretaries, Mesdames Albert O. Levin. Mary
r 9 Smith. lack Katzman. Ethel Herman; parliamentarian Mrs.
Charles Alter. Trustees: Mesdames Harry Miner. Arnold
Seeder. Samuel Wieten. Carl Susskind. Leo Chaikin. Fannie
Nestler. Installing officer was Mrs. Henry B. Wernick. vice
president. Miami Beach Chapter.
/
/ nmMMmum TRAVEL WITH MUSS-FREE CHIC
IN OUR OWN BAN-LON KNITS
$26
Designed by Wilbrooke, and Burdme's alone in Miami A marvelous
group of silky slithers in prints or solid colors, km! of Ban-Lon," and
practically uncrushable! Shown, a sleeveless, back-zipped shift
with ruffled V-neck; assorted prints. Sizes 5 to 13 in the group.
ytY junta betW dresses, thifd 'loot
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Friday. ;_.-.e 5 jog^
800 at Hadassah-lsrael Bond Event
iienc* of S-1
Mn DuiJ Efiie
Platoif become the initial recip
:" the Henrietta Siold brad
Monday aiteraoon at
h Hotel. .;..:.
H Ism
' ...:-:.- eomi
n of the State o:
.-.ood.
Israel Consul General Zee*
2. Dover, in his farewell public
appearance here prior to re-
assignment to the Israeli For-
eign Ministry in Jerusalem, rep-
resented his government at the
luncheon.
S| Hi r- :' the event? were
Miami Beach Chapter of
ups, and the
Greater Miami Committee for
State f Israel Bond- Miss Lil-
lian Goodman was chairman and
Mrs Fred Jonas co-Jiairman of
Mrs Max Weitt and Mrs ?a~
ue! T. Sapiro. Trustees for Is
rael. 00 its to the Pi
I-rael and the l i I
Stati Mn ir RubeL
inator -ated
s for H- '.
^ tion.
Ki
i for i
,ie in the Is
1 nducted
- tel
":
Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink,
honorary chairman, presented
Mrs. Platoff, who was the first
Israel Bonds chairman for
Hada:sah in 1951 with a special
Israel Book of Honor.
V- Bartli chapter pre.-i-
Cify of Hope Chapter Meets
Regular meetins and game
night of Robyn Tub.n Chapter
(.-> of Hope, is slated for Thur>
day. June 11. at 8 p.m in the
I -- Federal Bldg.. 125th St. and
We.
Mrs. Na! Banh left president of the Miami Beach Chapter
of Hadcssch, congratulate* Mrs. Hcrrv Effie Plctoti =r.d
presents her with a folio to be included ir. the Book of Honor
presented to Mrs. Platoff ct the Hcdcssah-Israel Bends Sweet
S.xteen' luncheon last Monday at the Dorci Beach H
Mrs. Platoff wes the premier recipient of the Henrietta Si
Israel Award :n recognition of her outstanding -..
State of Israel Israel Senas and the commui .
Si Iney Ritterman. Miami
Beach, hj- bi lad presi-
., South Florida Coun-
cil of Presidents 'f Children's
Asthma Research Institute and
tal at Denver
Other officers are Mrs. Robert
Herbert, vice president; Mr- \i
bert Dubler, treasurer; Mrs Law
rence Scherr. r
Mr- Adolph Stemplc. correspond-
ing secretary.
Pn -..- : the fix constituent
CARIH chapter- an Mrs Mar
v:n k.. *-. Brea'v : !..: Mr-.
Siephen Cantos, Greater Miami.
Sin ild KI german, Lorlxr.
Mr.- Betram Whitman. Miami
Mrs. Paul -iman.
North Dade: .': m Morris,
Peahk
Eight Dade Count) intractable
asthmatic children are now in
Den\er for medical care and
Cost .- tS 000 a
per ihild and most staj :3 months
The hospital also has jn extei
into
asthmatic
n-ting medtei
doctor-
Only instituti n
;r3ininf|
Home',
programs of I .
ment and reaaarct] -rviriedl
by voluntary'
the world, th-

Young Israel Groupsi
Plan Installation n
. Joint installs | y ln, ^
: .'1 of Great.
lates ;- planned : Sundaj erj
ine at 8 p m ^
Rabh r-her
duct Dr Sol N
"f Young laMH h-
Lerner. Sisti
Mr- Fred Einh -. PTA
dent and Will
Club president
Ceremony will
a buffet -uppi-:
featuring comedi; Bob -
Chairing the v
: aj Frand. a--. .;
Nacbman
rk< itb '-ir- Anna
Bre" a omen -
_n for the
r Stati (Is
rael Bonds, in planning Um
eon. extende I p in behalf
of H_
Last year the Miami E'
local group in line
niton in 19^4
SaporitissimiL.
(jesluuakste!
...The tastiest!
Unc describe I o
I r English
1- --:-
f- a
ie ot
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CHEF BOY-AR-DEE*'
Spaghetti Dinner
5 iL
Spaghetti
Dinner
Yomen Students in
Recital on Sunday
Music students Ellen Klein-
man. 13. and Meline Singer. 12.
will be presented by Margaret
Yomen in works by Chopin.
Beethoven and Bach on Sunday
at 4 p.m.. in her studio at 1800
Michigan Ave.
Mfaa Yomen -a ill also perform
several advanced compositions by
Rachmaninoff and Grieg in the
musicale.
A furmer student at Juilhard
School of Mm Miss Yomen ha-
in charge of music at the
mi Beach YMHA. Hillel Foun-
n of the University of Miami.
Ttrr.pie Israel in Miami. She was
director of the Chil li
for ( ater
; iano an t of
Bea h
-. years.
Rabbi Stern on C/t. 10
Rabbi Tibtir H Stem -:
leader of Beth Jacob C
tion, will be heard on the '
Small Voice" on Sunday. 10 am.
over Ch. 10. under the ausr
of the Rabbinical Association
Greater Miami His top:c will be
The Office of the Rabbi in A
ica and Israel."
Caught cy the camera after formalities at the Ronev Plaza of
the North Shore Chapter cf Brc. 3 rith InJrtaDation luncheon
are from left Mrs. Arthur J. Smith, v-.ce preside.-.; Mrs. Louis
Rollnick. and Mrs. Irving W. Mande.l.
Pastrami?
Nothing goes with
a good meal like
TetlevTea!
m
r -. and
'
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'NSTANT

Tell your husband
you made them yourself.

C--; -'* in ttrs aae packafe?
Cook toe | PBfta M.st
CO odd o. -- |a .- w.th-
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roll*, webuo'-o1 Com olf
obo-l 15< p.r -. -g.
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(Just don't forget to throw out the empty box)
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F:;c: -. June 5. 1964
+Jenlst fieriJfor
Page 3-B

Harriet Charnin
To Study Abroad
3
:::
y:.m
late, mm laude, of
sit; i : Miami School of
Harriet Charnin has
ded a one jrer scholar-
id) it the Hayim Green
ntute in Jerusalem.
r >>f Mr. and Mrs. Sid-
rnin, 5981 SW li'th St.,
graduated with honors
llhweSt High when- she
. ,. member of the student
. nd V.tional Honor So
ved president <>f Fu-
her- nt America, vice
nf Spanish National lion
Society, concertmeister of the
and treasurer of Modern
- i Masters.
1 rilliant stu lent won a Mi-
! .ild Stiver Kniht in the
BOoiaJ science and was
r lop Teen' by the Miami
l\.il\ News.
1 urrently program director at
kmple Zion Sunday School. Miss
1 .irnin has been active in I'nited
Cmanopje Youth work. Youny
"iac.i Following her year of
tdy Jerusalem, she plans to
eh ir the Dado County school
tern
New! AJAX
all purpose cleaner
with ammonia
JUDY TOBACK
Beth Torah Camp
Opening June 15
Teen-age da.\ camp of Reth
Torah Congregation, with Ken
Donner, <-ami> director, will begin
.lime 15 and extend to Aug. ~
Activities for boj s and girls ol
junior high school age arc sche-
duled three day- a week. 9 to 4
p.m.
Program, under the direction of
.Jean Cohen, faculty member at
Beth Torah and formerly camp
I dramatics instructor, will include
| water >kuiiL;. bowling, golf, swim-
ming, dramatic-, tield trips and
arts and crafts.
In addition, camper- will devote
a number of sessions to leader
ship training for future positions
a< counselors-in training and jun
ior counselors.
Mrs Ewald Ziffer. camp com
mittee chairman states "We have
long felt the need for a program
that would interest the teenager
who is beyond the elementary
school age but not yet old enough
to serve as a counselor,
"We hope the teenagers will
be attracted to a three day sche-
dule of activities which still leave-
several days of the week for Ins
individual pursuits
Cost of all activities is included
in the camp fee Further In-
formation may be obtained at the
Synagogue office
Judy Toback Feted
On 16th Birthday
Judj rob feted on the oc-
>n <>t her 16th birthdaj at a
white and blue luncheon hosted bj
parents, Mr. ami Mrs Frank
Toback ol Coral Gables, on sun-
day. Maj 24, at the Summit R
taurant.
Th.- pretty deb followed the col
Or decor and chose a white and
blue straight line frock with con-
trasting green trim. Mrs. Toback
reversed the color scheme and
wore an afternoon dress ol green
with touches ol blue
The 10 guests included most of
Judy's friends and classmates
li'om Gables High as well as her
grandmothers, Mrs Anna Toback
and Mrs. Harry Dubler. Also her
sister Barbara, graduating in June
from Palm Beach Junior College
in Florida'- first class ol dental
bj glenists
Recently confirmed at Temple
Judea where she is active in the
Youth Group. Judy plans to at
tend SEFTY Camp in Georgia tin-
summer.
Discussing results of the Miami "Y" Women's 'Birds and
Bees" luncheon held recently at the B i s c a y n e Terrace
Hotel are (left to right) Mrs. Maxwell Waas. Mrs. Herschel
Rosenthal and Mrs. Nat Cynamon. Proceeds will go toward
the purchase of a new school bus.
Birds and Bees Spark Luncheon
Beth Shirah Installation
Rabbi Morns A. Skop and Can-
tor Herman K. Gottlieb will direct
the thud annual installation cere-
mony at Temple Beth Shirah on
Saturday. Temple advisory coun-
cil, Sisterhood and Brotherhood
leaders will be installed.
"Birds and Bees" was theme
for a luncheon sponsored by the
Women's Auxiliary of the Miami
VMIIA recently at the Bis-
Cayne Terrace Hotel, announced
Mrs Eugene Heiman, fund-raising
chairman.
Highlighting the afternoon was
I)i. Jane Hardwickc, director
oi the Mental Health Society, dis-
cussing -What is a Normal Sex
Lile?"
All proceed- Irom the luncheon
were contributed to the women -
school bu- fund.
Serving on the Luncheon Com-
mittee were Mrs. Eugene Heiman,"
chairman. Mrs. HcT-chel Rosen-
thai, Mrs. Alan Raven. Mrs Nat
Cynamon. Mrs. Stanley Spieler,
Arthur Stein. Mrs. Richard Touby,
Mrs. Moie Tendrich. Mrs. Samuel
Gold, Mrs Jack Amazon and Mrs.
Maxwell Waa-
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KOSHER
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'-thefirst all purpose cleaner
good enough to be
called Ajax!
You'B tee a whit* tornado of power
that cleans everything In its path.
Even corners, where dirt and wax
build wp, come sparkling clean with*
out scraping. And you don't need to
nnsel New Aiax Alt Purpose Cleaner
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mell that prove* it's really done
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do a little work. Like opening the can, putting
the beans in the pan, heating them. But your
reward is instant. Everyone digs in, most of
them yell for seconds. And you have two rea-
sons to be pleased with yourself. (1) Heinz
(strictly) Vegetarian Beans are strictly deli-
cious. (2) They're good for people. Big on
proteins. So be a hero.Tonight. ^3j -4k
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Friday. June 5. 1964
-JmlstfhrkUan
Page 5-3
By EDYTHE SCHINDLER
Writes Modern Poetry
Someone, some-
\> here unco wrote
thai "the great*
est perver.-ion is
the retreat to the
jvory tower.'" And
;i s e v e l y o n e
knows, the tower
purls go, Well, either
H lo the nearest mi'). Hut
, also knows that "per-
is passe. Didn't you see
Strangelove?
Hi.' peel has come out.
, i ;i 11 mi wherever he w as
i can !>< Found on the eol-
canipus being encouraged.
'Iir "writer in residence."
ii al II' "s articulate, lie's
I
Can't Help Writiryj
- i Ui>' poet can he found in
: expected places, hiding
in.' tacadc of a building
Horn and raised in South Caro-
lina. Mrs. Lcvkoff was Class 1'oct
at Duke University. W'th her
husband, .lack, she has lived in
Miami since li47 now at 6020
Pine Tree Dr. She was \ ice pres-
ident of the Temple Israel Sister-
hood until the realization that the
years, slipping by sans poetry,
led her to disengage herself, and
she "came back to poetry about
five years ago."
Her poem. "Green Fence in
Manhattan" was published in the
Saturday Evening Post, and she
is Included in an edition of
"Southern Poetry Today." She
hai been published in numerous
quality and little magazines, one
of which is the 1063 edition of
the "Southwest Review." Now
she has a poem in the .lime issue
el the "Ladies Home Journal."
Mrs. Levkoff says, "l don't sub-
mit to the magazines regularly. I
dislike the clerical work attach-
RUBY FOGE
. ontractor, an interior decorator,
.. wife.
Kuhy Fotzol Levkoff speaks in
pure Southernese. but writes po-
etry that combines the modern
and the classical
The mother of two youna
augblecS, Mrs. Levkoff say I
; n B eOBJpulsive poet I can't
w Hting. I just find mj self
ner and w rite. I published
: si poem when I was four-
i n, Tha New York Times paid
$7.50 for a poem I railed The
Came' "
ed. That's one of the reasons be-
longing to 'he Vivian Laramore
Kader Poetry. Croup has been so
helpful to me. The uroup en-
couraees discipline. And I have
gained,also by hearing my work
read aloud lo the group."
Encouraging Discipline
l.ast summer, Ruby Fogel
Levkoff won the award of the
Miami Reach Women's Club al
a Poetry Breakfast. In 1053.
she won the Poetry Contest of
the Dado Count) Federation of
Women's ClubS.
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from select spring wheat flour .
contains no shortening.
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\<\\ her poem. "Silence." has
won in the professional category
of the Poetry Festival of Great-
er Miami. It was judged the
winner by nine professors at the
University of Miami. The prize
was awarded by .Ionian David-
son at the Miami Womans Club.
"Silence" speaks of busy peo-
ple making noises who can't hear
important things. We don't look
at anything, much less hear any-
thing."
Judaism Makes Sense
In her poem, "Esther." Mrs.
Levkoff writes of "hatred grap-
pling with a black three cornered
hat." In "Silence," she builds up
to the image of Cod. She says
that if she hadn't been born Jew-
ish she would have chosen the
religion above them all. "It
makes sense." says Mrs Levkoff.
"There's no 'pie in the sky dog-
ma, and Judaism has produced
the Ten Commandments. So it
meets my needs."
Her family is neutral about her
writing, but Mrs. Levkoff is far
from neutral about the accomp-
lishments of her brood. Her black
eyes .learned as she told of
Mary, age 11. who has drawn the
winning painting for the cover of
the Temple Israel Religious Note
book. In her study is the framed
prize photograph produced by
Elizabeth.
Ruby Fogel Levkoff appears as
if she's done nothing more diffi-
cult than pour tea and dispense
charm. She is trim, composed,
and there is a quiet gentility
about her that is comforting. It
is only her Cleopatra eyes that
betray the hidden fire, the secret
longings.
The Complexities
She is quiet, and she can hear,
she has practiced looking, she
is involved. But it is as if those
eyes arc looking inward, maybe
upward lor how could she be
made to reallj feel and made a
woman, loo'
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Fridav. June
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Socialite ... ly Isabel Cj,
Installation ceremonies of Emma Lazarus
Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women were held Apr.
28 at the Skyways Motel, with Mrs. David
Sherper acting as installing officer and Mrs.
Alfred Reich as guest speaker. Chairman was
Mrs. Ada Gordon. Left to right (kneeling) are
Miss Edith Simmons, treasurer; Mrs. Henry
Steinhauser, parliamentarian. First row are
Mrs. Edith Karsh, treasurer; Mrs. Irving Her-
bert, president; Miss Mae Bium, recording sec-
retary; Mrs. Reich, past president of the chap-
ter and past president of District 5; Mrs. Lil-
lian Simon, historian. Rear row are Mrs. Doris
Lezak. program vice president, Mrs. Ruth
Barson, membership vice president; Mrs. Jean
Berman, corresponding secretary; and Mrs.
Elsie Melman. sentinel.
Tuesday evening at Washington Federal. 1234
Washington Ave., with the piogram teaturing
a "Fun Night."
New Chapter For
Asthmatic Children
Officers ol the newly formed
rystal Chaptei 11 Asthmatic
Mrs Albert Hock-
Mrs. Morton
president; Mrs
': easurer; Mrs
Mrs, Lou Serbin,
Vlbert W e< retaries,
At the group fir>t official
, held in ihe home Mrs
Edward Cowen, Miami Beach, fu
lure projects were planned and
discussed.
The Asthmatic Children's Home
in North Miami Beach will be
ly to admit its first group of
children during the summer ot
1964. It is a non-profit charitable
Emanu-EI Day School
Holds Closing Exercises
Raphael K Yum.-, chairman ol
the Board of Education, announces
thai Temple Emanu-El will hold
i xercises for the Solomon
Schechter Day School on Friday,
ai 10 a.m, Children of the nur
sery, kindergarten, and elemen
tary school will participate in a
specially written progri m entitled
"Holiday Jubilee." directed bj
Trixie Levin.
Dr. Irving Lehrman will present
certificates to the kindergarten
department.
Ami-Semitic Incident
MELBOURNE cJTA An
other incident ot anti-Semitic van
dalism was registered hi re this
week when swastikas wen found
daubed on the walk) o! the Kadi
man Jewish National Librar>
here. Police began an in\ i -
tion, Sevei ..I weeks \ .
leaflets were distribute I here
in Sydney during the anniver
: the W ..i iaw Ghetto r< volt and
the walls ol a building hous
the Melbourne Jewish newspaper
were daubed with anti-Semitic in-
scriptions and a window in the
building was broken.
Continued from Page IB
his family in Lakeland, an
other son I apt Alvin Jacobs
and h fivi offsprin | ol Wash
tngton, D C and take a look at
the World's Fair Mrs Jacobs
i- n owadvertising manager lot
The Industrial News in Cali
fornia
Ins and Hairy Mufson have
returned to the Eden Roc after
several weeks in California .
Thej were nous* guests at Frank
Sinatra's Palm Springs home for
part ol their vacation .
Public relations exec, Beverlye
Keusch flew to Sarasota for nam-
ing ol new ne] hew. -on of sister
and brother-in-law, Rabbi and
Mrs Bernard Shoter .
Luncheon party for Ulyan
Cohen hosted over the weekend
by future --' in la Mi > Jer
ome Silvers Among guests
at the gathering in the Cate
Jardin Suisse, Mrs Daniel Coh
en. bride elect's mother.
Mrs Frank Cuttler, n er ol
the prospective -room Norman
Cuttler .
Mr. and Mr- Milton W
celebrated then- fourth wedding
anniversary with a dinner party
at Chandler's I nt, Sunday
night Making the
a festive one were Mrs Wand's
daughl I Ann Winter and
Mr. and Mrs II. rold 1.. .- II '
lywood Beach
Busy week recently for the
Lament- ot 1940 Hawthorne Ave
. Bernard receivi I I di
: > m the Scottish Ritt -
Freemasonry, w ife Barbara
ited into I ol-
der oi Mir Easti rn v' i
ter Judy Mi- Emanuel
Palgon, v. as installed
dent ol Evening Division, N
row
tional Council oi Jew i
en .
Mr. and Mr- Max \
lea\ ing 1195 Mai si :
their summer h m in |
ton. L.I where
: ounded by 8 children
children and -1 plus
children .
Localites leaving ne>
day on Piom
round-trip tour. Mrs
Quaker and Mr. and Mr
u i iii-tem sailing on '/..
new luxury liner, the Sh
Among :.:ifi- for slit
bert. 16. 1964 Beach Hi
fishing and camping I
Accompanying him will
dad. Leonard Z..bc rl ai
er-ln-law Murray Rul
Come fall. Sheldon will
in- I ook le irnin l i 1
New Orleans
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Mrs. Klugerman
Heads Lorber
Mrs Gerald K
new president of 1
l Children's Asthma Ri -
lute and !!
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lallation dii ner
at I
Rivag< u i'h Dr S i
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E\ ening ..... t Mn
>i,iry Brehm, Mrs Len
Mrs Perry tltfield
Chapter vice
164 65 are Mrs
Mrs Man Abebon. Mrs
Teller and Mrs
Beth Jacob Games Party
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la) at : 30 p
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Ladies Bible Group
Has Anniversary
Organized in June, 1963. at the
home of Mrs. Abraham Korf. the
Oneg Shabbat ladies group will
celebrate its first anniversary on
Saturday by again gathering In
Mrs. Korf's home.
Dedicated to the study and dis-
cussion of -The Portion of the
Week" and "Ethics of Our Fath-
ers," the group has completed the
Five Book- of Moses and close
to -ix chapters on "Ethics."
Discussion leaders this week
will be Mr. and Mrs. Saul Porush
and Mrs. Korf.
Membership Tea
Sunshine Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women will hold a 'Member Bring
A Member" tea at the home of
Mrs. Morn- Bernstein. 1380-4 NE
13th Ave on Tuesday at 12:30
p.m.
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WE,THER REPORT-NO RAIN
shone, ;md the weather was pei
luil I.eona and Samuel Garfunke
their home on Abbott Ave. with i\
:n honor of their daughter, Dava.l
Michael Lip>ky The lighted (lares.
Japanese lanterns threw shadows
floor and orchestra Michael's
Edna Wolkowaky, and grandmother.
\!i- I i Wolkowaky, sat under a bi tree
I, Da grandmother, -Mrs. Margaret Good-
i holdn court for all of the old-timers Dava
,; iclia friends danced and danced, and
parents' friends, but not quite .so
\i:,. i >l were marcie and Aaron Kan-
(I Charles Finkelstcin. Lillian Can
, 'in black and her husband Jack
Selma iMr>. Samuel) Oritt and
j Heller.
Then there "as Shirley and Bernard Spcctor.
\. and Leo Gross. Ilsa and Harry Simonhoff.
and Marvin Pehr. Rabbi and Mrs. Leon
Kronish en route to do some chaperoning. Joe.
id's father, and Evelyn IJpsky, Mr. and
Norman Miles. Skeets and Monte Friedkin.
the baby of the (larfunkel family. Wally
who left after the reception for a student
: Europe. Red-haired Margaret Newman
S irn dancing with her husband. George. Dor-
othy and Judge Philip Schissel. ("eCe and Milton
IV< i-- Ruth and Arnold Greenfield, and Michael's
ither Joe Lipsky, with wife Evelyn all enjoyed
he gaj evening,
ALL HAIL TO THE CHIEF
And with that music played by tin- red-
coated Marine Hand. President Lyndon Johnson,
in a black Italian silk suit, with Lady Bird in a
smart black linen frock on one arm and Linda
Bird m bright yellow on the other, walked down
tin' White House stairs followed by the Chiefs of
Stafl and heribboned generals out to the South
lawn where they were holding a military recep-
tion and dinner. It was the first time that the
national commanders had been invited.
Daniel Neal Heller, national commander of
the Jewish War Veterans of the U.S., and his
wife. Diane, in her "little black dress." flew up
to the White House. It was thrilling to' put it
mildly, said Diane. The canopies over the buffet
areas were in red and white, and all the floral
decorations were red. white and blue. Diane
took a peek at the rose gardens, but was delight-
ed to find that her roses at home were much
prettier. The President resorted to a little trick
that saved much time.
After a while, instead of waiting for the
people to pass him. he quickly walked down the
line shaking hands and greeting guests. Mrs
Johnson called each person by name, reading
the name card quickly. It was a long-to be-
remembered special event.
FRANCES LEHMAN.
Discussing results of the annual awards luncheon of Temple
Judea held at the Temple recently are Mrs. S:d-
ney Longer (left) and Mrs. Al Jacobson. Held was a ca-
tered lunch to honor those who worked diligently through the
year in behalf of Temple Judea Sisterhood
leach Summer Pops Starts June 14
mer i' >-." sponsored by
Miami !' h Symphony, be
1 Ith -on Sunday night.
I a' the Miami Beach Audi
featuring I/lor Solomon,
ctor, and .lames Streem,
-t i; Breeskin i^ di-
iged Auxiliary
Installs Officers
t annual installation lunch
for the North Miami Beach
Auxiliary. Jev .-.h Home for the
i ill, was hell recently at the
Hume with Mr- Louis Makovsky
^ '"ducting the ceremony.
Program featured a resume of
Homes history by Mrs David
I hillips and presentation to the
of Mrs. Minnie Goldstein,
resident of the Home nearing the
ti nnial mark. Mrs. Harry
id offered a group of songs.
... impanying herself on the piano.
M the conclusion of the pro-
'. ,m guests were taken on a tour
t the building and facilities.
Officers who will serve in 1964
( .ire Mis Meyer Gordon, coun
si lor; Mrs Irving Salamowitz.
president; Mrs. Charles Mill
honorar) president; Mrs
I II 4 Kramer. Mrs. Herman
ik pin Mrs Irving Schmookler,
i ,e pi. sidents; Mrs. Irving Mud-
Mrs. Ceile Shapiro, secre
rie; Mrs. Theodore Shapiro,
i Mrs. Richard Lobel.
I > il Mrs Benjamin Miller.
lefreshi ents; Mrs. Albert Levin,
irdja!
rector for the "Ten Magic Nights
ol Music," which continue through
Sunday, Aug id. Ernest Silver-
man is manager.
Famed conductor of the In-
dianapolis Symphony, Izler Solo-
mon, has appeared with the New
York Philharmonic, Houston Sym-
phony. Israel Symphony, Sym-
phony of the Air, and the Phila-
delphia Orchestra. He was guest
conductor of the Israel Philhar-
monic for 10 concerts marking
the country's tenth anniversary, i
Solomon's program on June 14
will include some Bach. Wagner,
Tchaikowsky and selections from
West Side Story." Streem will
play the Liz>t Concerto in E flat.
Concerts for the season include:
June 21. Alfredo Antonini, conduc-
tor, "An Evening in Paris.'' all-
French program, with Lang Sis-
ters, duo-pianists, guest artists;
June 28. "A Night at the Opera."
Barnett Breeskin. conductor. Jac-
ob Barkin. tenor. Elizabeth Cole,
soprano, Salwa Menge, me/./.o-SO-
piano. Mcllcnry Boatwright, bass
baritone;
July 5. Raymond Paige, famed
conductor of the Radio City Music
Hall Orchestra, a cavalcade of
World's Fair songs, with Warren
(laljour. baritone and narrator,
Bobby Domcnic. banjoist; July 12.
San Francisco Ballet.
Both subscription and single
concert sales are "now in progress
until June 12. Subscriptions may
be purchased through the office
ol the Miami Beach Symphony.
1140 Alton lid or at Miami Beach
Auditorium.
Howell Director
Judea Cotillion
Douglas Howell has been ap-
pointed director tor the 19(i4-6.">
season of the 7th and 8th grades
Cotillion at Temple Judea. He
will lie assisted by his wife. Joann.
A physical education instructor.
Howell has been conducting spec-
ial classes in social dancing in
local schools for the past nine
years. He is a graduate of the
I niversity of Miami where he
majored in physical education.
Cotillion chairmen are Mrs. Al-
fred Swiren and Mrs. William
Weill. with Mrs. Donald Eanett
and Mrs. Sumner Slater co-chair-
men of the 7th and 8th grades.
Osceola Lake Inn
Located in the heart of the Blue
Rid;_' Mountains in Henderson-
Mile. NC. Joe Rubin's Osceola
Lake Inn will reopen on June in
lor its 23rd summer season.
Featuring Jewish-American cuis-
ine, the resort hotel will offer
planned entertainment nightly, in
eluding dancing to the music ol
a live orchestra
Will Open
All sports, including golf at
special rate-, are open to hotel
guests, and a filtered swimming
pool ami wading pool are on the
premises. To entertain children,
ii, hotel provide- complete .-u;cr-
\ isor of children ages 4 to 13.
For brochure and rates, inquir-
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Men bers of the Louis D. Brandeis Women's Club of Miami
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Children's HospitaL The group will raise funds for alloca-
tion to the new hospital's laboratories now nearinq completion.
Variety's $2 million construction procrram wil add three winqs
and 85 patient beds, an expanded outpatient department to
serve 50.000 children yearly, and a new recovery room, sur-
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* Ir-Hist fhrktian
Friday. June 5
196*
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Nomi Zank was always a little bit of quicksilver. Back
in Chicago, where she was born. Nomi stood tops in her
school work and became the teacher's pet. besides Always
rushing and darting about, her friends called her '"Mickey
Mouse Nomi had an eye for figures bcth kinds. She
excelled in athletics and had an affinity toward bookkeeping.
At th;1 University of Illinois, she became an ardent
Alpha Epsilon Phi. but transferred her affiliation to the
University of Miami when her parents moved here during
the war It was at this time she met Marvin, who had been
stationed here as a radar instructor. She finished her la.-t
year in college by winning a radio contract. Her parents,
delighted, sent her to New York for her first trip.
Here, she met Mar\*s folks, and when he was dis-
charged three years later, they exchanged wedding vows.
Itriii..!.,.. K|io.' n;is horn in New York, and then the Zanks
moved to Miami, where Steve was
born.
Nomi is a "doer Active in
PTA. she ran for School Board, got
a citation, but not the job. Sin
has been president of Alpha Epsi-
Ion Phi Alumnae Association, foun-
der president of the South Dade
National Council of Jewish Wom-
en, as well as treasurer ef the
Greater Miami Chapter of Hadas-
sah. A frustrated businesswoman,
she was in charge of Council's
Thriftshop. Presently, she is treas-
urer of Council': Seel on here.
Nomi assisted Marv in organ-
izing a softball league of 12 ten.
pies for Beth Am. to which they
belong And. incidentally, she can do accounting as an
avocation.
The Zank home, which was built with loving care, is
different. It has more marble, tile and stone than just
about any other in the area. (Marvin is the Miami Marble
and Tile Co i Along with her hobby of knitting and sewing.
Ncmi makes ceramic pieces. She has what is characterized
as the best collection of tiles in the city.
Always a little quick on the trigger. Nomi has learned
to be tolerant of others an achievement that others, in-
cidentalh, may well emulate in her.
The entire Zank family indulge in everv kind of
athletics, with tennis the rage at the moment. When the
children were younger, they traveled a lot. Todav. its a
good deal harder, what with teen-agers in the house. Chauf-
lering and keeping up with daughter Ellens drama, baton
twirling, guitar and tennis lessens, as well as Steven's ac-
es, not to mention the two Schnauzers and her own
organizational work, keeps pert, black-haired Nomi on the
run. But you can tell by her expressive eyes she loves
ever) action-packed minute.
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Afternoon Rites
For Robert Kanes
An afternoon ceremony at the
Dupont Plaza Hotel on Sunday,
M.\ 31, united the former Sandra
Lynn Rosin and Robert Leonard
Kane with Judge Homy L. Bala-
ban officiating A reception at
the hotel followed.
Parents of the newlyweds are
Mr and Mrs Sandor Rosin, 6973
SW 26th St.. and Mr and Mrs
John Kane. 7950 NW 8th Ave
A graduate <>f Miami High, the
l.ride attended the University "t
Miami and is a member of Phi
Delta Gamma sorority. The bride-
groom is a member of Miami
Beach Fireman Station 2
following a honeymoon in
Jamaica, the couple will live -I
:;i4i sw 12th St.
MRS. ROEERT KANC
Barkmans to Live
In Ann Arbor, Mich.
A street length silk organza
over taffeta frock was the choice
of Nancy Rouen for her marriag<
t:. David Barkman on SlUlda}
May 31. Rabbi Leon Kronish of
liciated at the high noon nuptials
held at the Carillon Hotel A re
ception and dinner followed
Attending the couple were Judj
Barkman and Tim Graul.
Following a honeymoon tour ol
New England, the newlyweds will
live at 1007 Wright St Ann Arbor
Mich. A graduate ol Miami
Beach High, the bride is attend
ing the Universltv ol Michi
where the bridegroom is ma n
ing in electrical engineering.
Parents of the couple are Mr
and Mrs. E Allied Rowen, 2"7."
No. Bay Rd.. and Mr ami Mrs.
Milton Barkman. of East Taw as
Michigan
MISS CAROLE COHEN
Winter Wedding For |
Cohen, Lansburgh
A winter wedding is
nod bj Carole Cohen ai
i Lansburgh w hose
- announced this weel
: i bride's pan nts, Mr
William Bersten, 8"i M
'I he prospective br d
the son ol Mr. and '..
Lansburgh, 4S37 Pinetn
issociated with the |
Hotel in Las Vegas
he Universities ol I
Miami
Miss Cohen attende
v rsitj i i Florida
U ide Junior College
red in edu< ition
A reception m hoi
I h'- betrothal will I
\ ISl
Dec 20
Date ol the w<
Coffee Hosted
For New Chapter
Mrs. May Dcrmer hosted a cot-
tee in her home. 2525 Flamingo
PI., last Monday evening to re-
cruit members needed to obtain
a charter for a new chapter ol
Women's American ORT. A doc-
umentary film. "Mellah." was
shown.
Composed of young women, the
group is spearheaded by Mrs
Martin Sprung
Region officers who attended
are Mrs Florence Kupperman,
president and mem-
the National Fii Id Ex|
Committee, and .Mr- William
Fishman, vice president
u prm-i K.. ii !
MRS. DAVID BARKMAN
Mrs. Soffz to Conduct
Hadassah Executive Meeting
Mrs. Gerald Soltz, newly elect
td president, will conduct the
first executive board meeting of
the Honda Region ol Hadassah
on Fridaj 10 a m at the Miami
Skyways Motel.
Mrs. Art!.or Rubel ol New York
City, coordinator ol integrated
activities for the national office
of Hadassah. will attend
Plans will be formulated lor a
concerted membership drive to
in >< '"in r
Shore Cancer Unit
Tell of Programs
Proposed program ol ev< Is I
the coming year were dicused ;"'
the Shore Unit ot Papanicolaou
lancer Research Institute "f M
ami executive board lunchew
meeting held in the home ol M-
Vifian Neijna.
Mrs. H. Gewitz i- newlj in
stalled president of the group
Although the Unit's :..!! icb
dule calls for regular meeting
on the fourth Mondav ol eai
month instead of the tirsl
dav j. heretofore, first
Ol the -eason is >late
nesday, Sept. SO, bei ol th
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Richard Millers
Wed in Afternoon
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M > 81, united the
(,.ul ffiM and Huh
ih Rabin Morton
lating. The wed
Ner Tarn id was
receptiun at Mich
it- in the newlyweds art
Gc rge I. Wise, 4ii(
and Mi and Mrs.
I ,. r, 120 sw -jTth Ave
extensive motoi
\\ the eastern states,
I live in Miami.
ir.irlition.il wed ling
istered white sattr.
ipliques <>i aiencon
..! needed pearls, the bride
.. i..-, ide of orchids ovei
nfirroation prayer hook.
tier- of the wedding party
loyce Wise, maid ot honor,
Wi aed Mrs. Carol Rose,
, id- Best man was
l H. Robert Levi-
I rue Johnson served
msn i
Miami High, the
Dade Junior Col-
the Universities ol
Florida, she ia ores-
rvti ..- B'nai H nth Girls
ini-i i- a certified pnb-
and graduated
.tiami High and the Univer-
1 Miami. He served a.-
epre*e itative, I'm service
-- -' hool, was founder of
Upha Delta, social fratern-
nd belongs to Aloha Phi
. an 1 Hillel Foundation.
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AIRS. CHARUS WEfSINGER
Sheryi Ann Lipman
Married Sunday
Sheryl \nn Lipman and Charles
Weisinger were married Sunday,
May 31, in the hom,' of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arbej Lip-
man, lu.'.s Adams SI Hollywood,
i-'la.
A graduate of South Broward
High, the bride is new a sophomon
. u\ the University of Miami. Tin
groom is a graduate of Miami
i ih School and the i mversily ol
Miami.
After a honeymoon In New
York. Mr and Mr- Weisinger will
reside at 2015 SW lOUl St.
Stadlans Daughter Receives
Degrees from Seminary
Adinah Ruth MargoMetf, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Z
Stadlan. 1838 Bay ltd., will receive
lie bachelor of religious educa-
tion degree at the annual ra:lua-
lion of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America in New York
City, on Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Margolies, who spent a
year studying at the Hebrew Uni-
versity in Jerusalem, will also re-
ceive the bachelor of science de-
gree from Columbia University
tin- month.
She ha- been teaching part-
lime at the Pleasantville Cottage
School, Pleasantville, NY.
\\ rm r-Kahn
MRS. HOWARD KAY
Local Women At
Rebekah Confab
Odd Fellow Rebekah convention
in Daytona Reach the week of
May 17 was attended by three
members of Sunshine Rebekah
Lodge !). Miami Beach.
Mrs. Charles Rothstein. past
noble grand, an I Mrs. Eva Taub
served as representative and alter-
nate Of the local group, and Mrs.
AI Yatchie received the chivalry
degree,
Charles \V. Rothstein accom-
panied the women.
Cohen, Kay Wed
At Beth Sholom
Rabbi Leon Kronish officiated
Bl the nuptial rites uniting Dctra
bee Cohen, granddaughter ol Mrs.
Jennie Cohen, 4230 Chase Ave.,
and Howard Bernard Kay on Sat-
urday. .May 30. The late evening
ceremony was held at Temple
Belh Sholom where a reception
followed.
For the wedding the bride
chose a gi wi ol white French -ilk
styled with a bell skirt and re-
m ivable train. Honor attendants
were Mrs. Gary Cldelstein and
Mrs. Richard Dworkin. Brides-
maids included Ellen Cohen.
Cookie Cheren. ami Barbara Kav.
Richard Cohen was ring-bearer.
Alan Kay served as best man
v ith Peter Cohen. Ted Kay. Gary
Cohen. Andy Cohen. Donald Cohen
and r.arry Rosenbleeth, ushers,
Mrs Ka\ attended the Univer-
sity of Florida and St. Petersburg
Junior College.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. David Kay.
St. Petersburg, the briflearoom
attended the University of Florida
and Emory Dental School. His
fraternity is Tau Epsilon Phi.
Following a honeymoon in Nas-
-au. the couple will live in At-
lanta.
B'nai Raphael Presents
Musical Comedy Hit
Former Broadway musical com-
edy hit. "Bells are Ringing." to
be presented by Congregation
B'nai Raphael on Saturday and
Sunday. June 13. 14.
Curtain time on both niahts for
the production directed by Mrs
Sol Kulchin. will be 8:40 p.m.
Ticket chairmen are Mrs, Har-
vey Goodman and Mrs. Bert
Levy.
Miami friendly Social Clvb
Plans Crandon Picnic
Miami Friendly Social Ciub is
having a picnic on Sunday at
Crandon Park beginning at 10
a.m
Guests arc asked to bring their
own lunches and those wishing
transportation will meet at 9:3o
at Congregation Beth El. 5oo sw
17th Ave.
Members of the arrangements
eommittee are Jacob Braff. Isi-
.or Silver. Julius Rifkin. Louis
Rovner and Jacob Klass. Max
J C.arstaaa is president.
Judeo Confirmands Honored
Honored by Temple Judea Sis-
terhood at recent Confirmation
exercises, Carole Goldberg. Linda
Steinheimer, and Michael Rose
received camperships to the South-
eastern Camp Institute of the
Union of American Hebrew Con-
gelations. Mrs. Frank Tohack.
immediate past president of Sis-
terhood, made the presentation.
MISS PATR/LIA rVESTON
Westons Tell
Patricia's Troth
Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence A We:,
ton. ol 1450 Cleveland Rd., a i
ncunce the engagement of their
daughter, Patrie ,i Ann to Donald
Bernard Kramer, son ot Mr. and
Mrs, Nathan Kv.imer. 1281 Still-
water Dr.
A student at Miami Beach St ?
lor High, the bride-elect is presi-
dent Of the Octette Service Cluh
and a reporter lor the school
newspaper, "Beachcomber." Her
tiance attended the University of
Miami and Ret- Electronic Engi-
neering School
Betrothed couple will be feted
on Sunday at Temple Menorah
where bo;h families have been
active for man;- years and the
bride-elect was coniirmed..
Mr. ami Mrs. Kramer -re found-
er members of the Temple and
Mrs. Weston i> Sisterhood pre-i
dent-elect.
Among 300 gue:ts will be Pa
tricia's grandparents, Mr. and
Mr- Max Wetastein.
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Friday. June 5. 1954
Hebrew Academy Third Graduation
tae Bet. -iemy
Dr j_
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Award SlMiA Jam
Assails Soviet
Anti-Semitism
.i J 1A A
- Belgian Socialist appealed to
Soviet L'nior. aiair.-- rao-
r. _.,;._ Ifl .' .: *lth
Ml -lore all tbose in
e trying to ur.-
and it-
rue
Mar ... Parliamentar-
:'-rmer }: abinet
inister, assailed Soviet ami-
m the current isj .< of
-'*; Bui ,-lgian
purtj


any blind and .
m -.ihich is

With nun.'
the li Dtiuue to I r;',r.or it-
1/ -a .' b prai the 1
an : li r
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Set i axi ican Legion
A.T.r.-.Ci- L*j
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Mil ;
Aval
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grade student, tfle
y -;'-::-:
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The choir.
ner.
\ .ademy.
will offer a proj
Pioneers Have
Functions Here
A regular r
r'hapter of Pioni
v a- :
ra!. 1234 Wa.-hin:-
I-aac: 1
of the chapti ed for 1
nuai
Mr-. Milton <,:
Miami
! -rat.-;
Club I r.c-.-i a Hot
lay 14
afteni
the I ral Hun-
garian Restaurant Mrs. Weiss ra-
ined wit.- :
"he Harry Simons library of Beth David Synaacgue is award-
- d a Citation of Merit bv the National Jewish Book Council of
:.merica. Mrs. Albert Beer, library chairman and M'S. Ml-
.:. Rosenba-.-r. librarian, are shown proudly holding the
'. 16 .: recognitic
Axs. Jesse G. Mays left,, past president, is installing officer
s Mrs. Robert A. Stainbrook 'second from lefti takes on a
econd term as president of the Woman's Corps of the Papani-
oloou Cancer Research Institute of Miami at the Carillon
-lotel. James M. Albert, president of the Board of Directors
f the Institute, received a check in the amount of S35.00O from
ne Corps during the installation luncheon, which was chaired
y Mrs. Seymour Kagan (right).
The 26 Hebrew Academy students in the 9th
grade who will receive dipicmes at the Junior
High S^nool graduation exercises next week
are .seated, left to right Baruch Raibag, Na-
thaniel Wouk. Irene Malavsky. Maxine Z:s-
quit. Robin ZeDcowitz, Eve Wohlfarth, Sandra
Ehrenreich Ira Oster, Jonathan Geiger. Sec-
ond re-a- left to right Rabbi !! orris L. Horo-
vitz, cssistant principal. Steven Finkle, Mar;
Sommer. Solomon Weiss, Stanley Gliksrr.o..
Robert Stein Haim Almagor, David Abrarr.s
Barry Benenfeld. Thomas Weiss end Rah;.
Alexander S. Gross, principal. Third row left
to right Keith Stcirr.an, Maxim Corndon
vid Roth, Jonathan Roth. Marvin Melnick. 1-
rael Porush, Gary Resnick. and Mark Bunin
Temple Judea Women's Evening Bowline Seymour Schulner and Mrs. Al Kronow.i:
League comes to a close with c banquet al the
Candlelight Inn, followed by the play at Coco-
nut Grove Theatre. With their first-place
trophies aie (left to right 1 Mrs. Henry Solloway
Mrs. I. D. Sirkin. Al Kronowitz, sponsor, Mrs.
Others receiving recognition were M::
Chcrles Rosenberg, Mrs. Kenneth Surloff. M: =
Joseph Moskowitz Mrs. Arthur Lewis, Mrs Hy
Lipson and Mrs. Irwin Weissman.
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YM and YWHA Announces Summer
Day Camp Coordinators and Staffs
mer ii iy camp -till ror
thn i ms in Dade I nty tor
he VI and YWHA ol Gi
\: ha\e been announced by
Hoi hoi Rosenlhal, presid* nl
ral i-1 rdinator ol i imm r
da) < amp i Deration! is As soi late
Direct i Emanui I Tropp
Moml ers 'if
i directors are
Students of Temple Emanu-El Reliqious School
rehearse "The Sabbath Queen" to be present-
it closinq exercises on Sunday, under the
ion of Trixie Levin, as Dr. Irvinq Lehr-
in looks on. From left to riaht: Norman
:in, Tenv Shuch, Olvia Levin, Doborah
Suburban League
Variety Benefit
Suburban L> i ue's vmw
bi nelil t"i- V'ai iety I hil-
. Hospital will be a Hawaiian
i "ii Saturday, al Wcstbrooke
tr) Club. B5O0 SW 8th -t.
n dance and dinner is schedul-
to begin at k p m, according
Mrs Arthur Pepper, president
' lie I.' imuf.
bairmen for the event are
Mrs. Mark Kubin and Mrs M
rison, Reservations are being
.indled by Mrs. Gar) Seligman
Mrs. Hill Lowenthal,
Mrs. Philip Gassman is in charge
1 decorations and 'I"1"' prizes.
ingements and publicit) com-
ittee indues Mesdames Norman
re, Barry Barson, and Morris
Levitt.
The Suburban League raises
funds for support ol two cancer
tients ai Variety Children's
pital Members sponsor rum
e salt -. donor luncheons,
i -. and theater part ies to ob-
funds for their major pro-
Buchwald, Elayns Insler, the Sabbath Queen;
Lori Zanqen. Brad Alexander, Fredrc Weitz.
Jackie PiOtk n, Ralph M-zrahi, Myles Cypen,
and Dr. Lehrman. Cact members not shown,
Ata Bear, Alex Cimelstein and Bruce Kcplan.
A
Attend
services
tab week
atuour own
bface of
worsnip
Annette Younq, executive so-
cial secretaiy at VVestbrooke
Country Club for the past two
years, has been named man-
aqinq director of the club.
Miss Younq has been associ-
ated with VVestbrooke since
the club was built three years
aqo. For the past two. years,
she has also been en the
club's Management Advisory
Board.
When the occasion arises, phono
HI 8-4994
West Flagler
Attracting Crowds
A field nt til of the nation's fin-
est greyhounds will no to the post
Saturday night in first round com-
petition in the fourth annual $80,-
ihhi International Classic at the
Flagler Kennel Club.
Ever) kennel at the track is
represented among the 64 en-
Iries,
If there is a standout in the
e starting field, it appears to
be Bill Ewall's Grave Glenn, who
i the Flagler Inaugural and
mptly ran up a string of four
straight triumphs Also entered
. ,, Ri aring Drama and Ft*
Hound, who ran second and third
respective!) behind Suel's Rose in
the lasl year's event
With the p ruiar twin double as
n magnet, the Flagler track is ofi
i the Rreatesl start in its his
tory with attendance ranging from
7.000 in almos.1 13,000 nightlj, over
a Week's nine
Cedars Orienls
Women Volunteers
1 me mark* .1 "((per
tsroom" at Cedars ol Lebanon
H. sptal Ii tin Women's Auxiliary
and \ olunteers
ird K. Bronstein, hospital
. inistrator, announced that the
1 ntation program, under the
direction of Raymond it Gross
man, assistant hospital adminis
trator, and Mrs Ted Lotterman,
I resident ol the Women's Auxil-
iary, drew upwards ol 250 guests.
Hospital department chiefs
explained visually and with live
demonstrations the various work-
ings of the departments.
Included was the patholog)
laborator) section, radiology, phy-
- cal therapy; dietary, mainten-
ance; constant cardiac care cen-
ter; and the nursing division.
Group was briefed on the
unteer's Role in the Hospital I
munlty;" "Hospital Ethics, the
Patient's Poinl ol View ;" Cedars
1 1 Lebanon Hospital Role in Post
Graduate Medical Educatioi
and "The Nurse in th Hospital
Setting "
Jifereth Jacob Men's Club
Temple Tifereth Jacob Men's
t iuii services will be held on Sun
!..> at !> 11 in. At 9:30 a in chil-
dren's closing assembly 1- sche-
duled.
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Phone JEfferson 8-0721
the full time pro-
iled as camp
Charles Plotkin,
Miami Branch: Miriam Scnien-
ixr-. North County Branch; and
Burl Garr. Beach Branch. Mem-
bers "i the professional stafl who
..ill serve as program directors:
Sylvia Ruskin. Miami Branch;
Marvin Perkcl, Beach Branch; and
Linda Kaplan. North C 011 11 t y
Branch.
Specializ d instructors are; Pet-
t Jacobs, w ater-front, K\ elyn
Hreenbers arts nd cralts, Miami
Blanch; Gerald Koppelc,
iront, J nee M inches, arts .1 id
crafts, Miami Branch; Joyce
lick, water tront, an l Ethel
!. -.:t- and crafts, North
Count) Branch.
Each group i'en is
1
in 1 uiiselor, the I 0
1 col'.e ;i c or ler, the latter,
.1 sei ior high sch il a
- on it; !
Branch Marcia Angel, Sylvia
Clein, Joel Feiss, Robert G m
Howard Hyman, Paul Kamin,
1 Li lie Lit,
Fre I Welli Be
Branch Linda Bishop, E izabe
1 Murra) Coh in, Neil I i
bat m. Ell n Fried, Kenneth
man El) sc Gilman, Da\ id Gi
line. Nancy Grossman. Ji an K
ber, An I 1 K ippele, Max
;ondra Spii gel, Richar
and Leanora Weaner N01
County Branch, Eliot
Richard Colton, Barbara 1 irlai
Judith Gravatt, Nancy
Hyatt. Miriam Klotz, Man
Ri isman, Nicholas Rimedio,
thur Rosenblatt, Juan S rial
and Toby Vuni.
Day camp staff memuers w
undergo a full week 01 intensi
training beginning Monday. Tra
ing sessions will include woi
shops in specific camp -kill-, d
cussions around camp purpos
and leadership techniques Si
; cts to lie covered are gro
1 rogram planning, understandii -
and handling indh idui I I ;ro
1 eha\ ii r, dcM el ipmenl ol
th an l safet) Ski
orkshop- will be 1
It [ts, fi Ik d
lure st ing and -
R :
; at all three branch) -
i"u openin 1- still remain in c
tain age groups. Information 1
hi obtained by ca it
fi( es.
: BIRTHDAZE :
Fourth child. Jeffrey Evan, horn
May L'6 to Marilyn and Harold To
kayer, 6070 SW 12th St. Joins Jud-
ith B, Barry 8, and Rickl Sheryl :t
One of the highlights of an Evening of Tribute to the Com
bined Jewish Appeal was the citing of the outstanding work
done by women's leaders and organizations to help CjA mee
its goal of SIOO.OOO above that raised in 1963. Playing ar
outstanding role in the success of the Imperial House eveninc
were seated (left to right) Mesdames Trudy Hamerschlac
Frances Entine, Lawrence Silverman and Sol Silverman
Standing are Mesdames Norman Hill and Anne Tanenbaurr.
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F,r.-.; for.e 5. 1964
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Localites Present Painting Exhibit
Mrs Mortimer Jacobson (left), national Hadassah treasurer.
Irs. Nat Barth, president, Miami Beach chapter, at the
qroup's donor award luncheon May 25 at the Deauville
About 1,000 guests heard the visitor's talk on "An Im-
.1 Month That Was."
Beach B'nai B'rith
Has B6Y0 Program
B li B'rith youth or
,ii meeting <>t the Miami
ol B'nai B'rith, will
Wednesday, B p m at
.ido Hotel
Fink, .i past president "i
i .,: | former president
S luth Florida Council, will
:< the program arranged
.him Robinson, Greater
rector, BBYO
Kimller. Biu. member,
nt to Israel last year on
B'rith scholarship, and Bill
i in, .i member <>f AZAc
ai B'rith boys organization.
, a went to Israel on a sehol-
iship and was BBYO delegate
tin World Youth Conference,
I give tlrsl hand accounts ol
t: -
,li bers of the B'nai B'rith
rls Debs Will lead the audience
p tinging and illustrate
i : the activities "t a typical
i eeting
. d Schwartz, lodge president,
red the appointment <>t
t elect Joseph L Goodman
man Ol the annual Fourth
Independence Day rally
d bj B'nai B'rith.
M'ill be held at the
Beach Auditorium on the
,iul> i with numerous na
-tate. and local officials
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Pre-School Tots
Are Graduated
First graduating class ol Tem-
ple Sim new I) formed pre
school was addressed bj Commis
loner Harold \ Gre< ne
Kindergarten children partici-
pated in a floral offering service
prior to receiving then- diplo
mas. Both the pre-school and the
kindergarten children presented
"We Take a Trip'' preceding the
graduation ceremony
Temple Sinai announces thai a
third class will be added next
year. Information may he ob-
tained from Mrs. Yvette Cole or
Mrs, Bather Shrago, or l>> visit-
ing the pre-school any morning
from 9 to 12.
The paintings ol Klaine Ehren-
I 1.111/ .uid P^ E L'lmlrr will tic
shown at the Summit Gallery and
Restaurant, Dadeland, from June
! through Sept 15.
Elaine Bhrenkranz has a BA
degree from Cornell University
and did graduate work in art at
New York University. She has
exhibited m Columbia, B.C., At
lanta, Sarasota and al the Butler
institute. First Lowe Gallery Na-
tional Exhibition.
The noted artist has had one
man shows at the Norton Gal-
lery in West Palm Beach, Miami
Beach Art Center and shared an
exhibit with another artist at the
Lowe Art Gallery.
She was recipient of the joint
first prize at the I960 Lowe Gal-
lery member's show, won the gen
era! capital award at the 1962 ex-
hibit there and received an honor-
able mention at the Loft Florida
Invitational in 1964.
E. E. I'lman. who has received
awards at 12 national and region-
Jimmy Baros Given
High Scout Honor
Jimmy Baros will receive the
N'er T.iinid award, highest honor
in Jewish Scouting, during Friday
. vening sen tc conducted by
Rabbi Mori A Skop at Temple
Beth slur,1I1
(hi Saturday morning, Jimmj
ill chant the blessings and Hal
lorah in honor ol the first anniver-
.. i\ 01 In- Bar Mitzvah
Mr and Mrs. .1 W Baros, Jr.,
12785 SW 84th Ct ill host the
Kiddush in their son's honor.
The first 111 Troop 502 to earn
the Ner Tamil. Jimmy is an
eighth grade student at Palmetto
Junior High where he plays trum-
pet in the school band
vj^l exhibitions including the Four
.XTts Award' in Palm Beach, has
had one man shows in San Fran-
cisco, Seattle, Miami Beach Art
Center. Norton Gallery of Art.
U0-1 Palm Beach. Mirell and
Baskin Galleries in Coconut
Grot e
Her professional experience and
teaching include sessions at the
American University. Beirut. Leb
anon. Anglo Persian Institute.
Iraq. Modern Museum of Art, New
York City, and University of
Miami.
The artist has a BA degree from
Mills College in California, and
attended the California School ol
Fine Arts in San Francisco
Nik's Visit
Ups Tension
JERUSALEM ( fAi For
pign Minister Golda Meir told the
( abinet Sunday thai Soviet Prem-
ier Nikita Khrushchev's visit to
Egypt last month had contributed
li> increased tension in the Mid
die Fast
Reporting to the Cabinet on the
visit, it was understood that Mrs
'Meir stressed that, despite Mr
Khrushchev's relatively moderatt
; nti Israel pronouncements, the
longer la) in their being miscon
strut d b) the Arabs as a sign ol
H \ ict -upport even ol \
ression.
Beth Torah
Honors Students
First to complete three years ol
study beyond the confirmation
level at Beth Torah Congregation,
Toni, daughter of Mr. ami Mrs
Ewald Ziffer, and Steven, son of
Mr. and Mrs Julian Frank, were
honored during Fnda> evening
sen ices recently
Rabbi Max a Lipschiti ad-
iressed the students, and they
\ ere presented with diplomas and
gifts on behall "i the congrega-
tion,
Tom has been a counselor in the
s nagogue Da) Camp, and assist-
e in the Sunda) S< hool St.-^ < n
; j been a leading member of
Rabbi I i| -. hitz's > Lasses during
the last three yeai
seniors -it North
Miami Hi ii School and have .it
led t h< Religious School lor
the past nine years
Golda Meir Club
Names Chairmen
Climax ol season's activities for
Pioneer Women. Golda Meir Club,
will be the annual Seven Seas
Cruise leaving from City Yacht
Basin, Pier 8. on Sunday, June 14,
at 5 p.m.
In charge of the get-together
will be Mrs l'e.ui Krieger, first
Child Rescue Fund chairman All
funds realized will go to the Child
Rescue Fund.
Chairmen who have been ap-
pointed tO serve the club dur-
ing 1964-85 are: Mrs. Oscar Zelt
ier, Child rescue fund-; Mrs. Anna
Quaker, Moetzel Hapolot; Mrs
Meyer Kahn, membership; Mrs
William Beckwith, Mrs Sonia
Robbins, culture; Mrs Anna Sorin
Bild, publicity. Mrs Maul.la Fox
- tor Israel;
Mrs David Lippman, iourn.il
Mrs. Jimm) Dunson, sunshine;
Mrs. Esther Kulchman, Mrs Bes
sie Epstein, Integration; Mrs Lil-
lian Bornstein. telephone. Mrs
Merry Kleinman, Jewish Nation
al Fun.I. Mrs Sofia Zohn, Mrs
Kay Greenberg, sick committee;
Mrs (Catherine Victorhouse, dues.
I
Siyum Hatorah
At Young Israel
Rabbi Sherwin Stauber, spiritual
leader ol Young Israel of Greater
Miami. announces a "Siyum
Hatorah" was held at the syna
gogue!s new building, :> NE 171st
St.
A'gift from Mr. and Mrs. Eman-
uel Uttgar, the Torah dedication
followed the ancient tradition
ol having the final chapter of the
b) Rabbi Morris Fruchler. a
qualified scribe.
The ceremony began with
a procession trom the home of
Mr. and Mrs Ungar, with the
Torah placed under a canopy car
ned by the officers Ol Young Is-
rael, and followed l>y the Board
ot Directors
Students of the Hebrew School
accompanied the procession while
chanting appropriate Hebrew
songs At the synagogue, a
religious ceremon) ol welcome to
the new Torah was held
Rabbi Alexander Gross, pi,mi
pal ot the Hebrew Academy, was
guest speaker
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Award was presented durina
the school's graduation exer-
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week before 150 guests at
King's Bay Yacht and Coun-
try Ciub. Judges were J.
Baldi. Mrs. Richard Fink, Dr.
Geoige Mehai'.is and Mrs.
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Rabb. Max A. LipschUz. of Beth Torah Congregation con-
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Friday. June
1964
.eacling off Mt. Sna; Hospital's 14th annual postgraduate
.edicc: seminnr held recently at the Fontainebleau
Hotel were (left to riaht: Dr. Leonard L. Weii, chairman; Dr.
dlip Samet, program chairman; Leonard L. Abess, president
:J Mt. Sinai hospital; and Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of Temple
: -nanu-El, who gave the invocation.
AJC Inaugurates Training Programs
i rican Je ish I ommit-
ha- inaugurated a -er,v- of
lining programs i r members
uuty Relations Boar Is
. d the first of these "ill t.ik-
i a retn at atmosphere in
i! I \ ev York, on June
6, :
Samet, Florida Region-
Di ol the American Jew.
. l Committee, will train 30 repre
ntatives ol official boards from
e m rtheastern part ol the Unit-
i i States in community relations
chniqui Mr Samel has been
quested t'i develop these pro
ims in order to enhance the
ills oi lay member- u ho have
en appointed to these boards in
eir individual communities.
re are plans for a similar pro-
- am in th South.
Mi- '.<:... Finkelstein i-
thc Greater Miami
ii American Jew ish
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Nursing Home
Raises Fla. Flag
Hrw! formal ceremonies led by
.cate Sen. A. H. Ryan marked the
i-itv "I a "verj special" State ot
"ii'li flag at Hollywood Hills
irsil i Home in Hollywood, new-
op/ ned loo bed facilitj at 1200
35th Ave.. in fashionable Hoi-
wooi1 Hills.
The State tla^ was presented to
seph Kuimaii, administrator ot
storj. cokmial style nurs-
^ home, by Gov. lam- Bryant,
rough the Florida Development
immission in a met ... tent to
! with the flag, Gov Bryant
:-! I am vcr> pleased with the'
I '...'. seen and the
.' rt ad com ermng
llywood Hills Nui ime.
I needs more 1 icilitiei
r. ssing such modern thinking
d trulj humanitarian insight into
e needs ol th" convalescent and
all) ill "
sing ceremon-
Sen Ryan toured the nursing
me for which he helped break
ouud. Stopping to visit briefl)
atients and personnel, he
al he was 'great 1) im-
1 I even beyond mj
-t eapectaticmi
Miami Hadassah
Salutes Workers at
Donor Dinner Dance
On Sunday night. 7:30 p.m.. in
the grand ballroom ol the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel. Miami Chapter of
Hadassah will salute 300 active
workers and husbands at the an-
nual donor dinner dance.
Mrs Edward Cohen is president
Ol the chapter Mrs. Arthur irer.-h
l-ein and Mrs Leonard Herman are
co-chairmen of the affair.
For more than five decades.
Hadassah. the Women's Zionist Or-
ganization of America, has devoted
itself to advancing medicine, com-
munity health, youth rehabilitation
and vocational education in Israel
It has also conducted programs to
foster Jewish and democratic ideals
in the United State-. Twelve Amer-
ican women founded Hadassah in
1MI2. today, more than 318.000
member- throughout the United
States and Puerto Rico work in the
fines! American tradition.
Beach Groups
Set Installations
The 1964-ti.i installations for the
Miami Beach Hadassah Gro ips
were held last month.
Deborah Group held a de-
id coii.< ins at
ol Mrs Lee M iv
Baj Dr Installm >| 1 was
Mrs Milton Srrkin
Renanah Grcu? held an 1:
tion ccl< brati al in Rone;
c Hotel. Installing
ic : newlj
! pres denl 1 I the Florida
ion of Hadassah
Southgate Group held its
Miami Physicians
Attend Mooting
. i.\ 1
;
\c u York Citj cenl was
Di Meyet B Mark-
tin- & ith l lorida I I the
Ameru at J ish Phj sicians' I
mittee
Meeting with the presidents oi
chapters located in Los Angeles,
Chicago, Philadelphia, and New
York Dr Mark- heard Dr Albert
B Sabin outline the ambitious
program anticipated lor the Phy-
:.'i ms 1 ommittee during the
ing year. Medical arm ol the
American I the Hebrew
University, the committee ha- as
its primar> aim the completion,
equipment and mi tenai ce ol the
, : S< hool ol tin' Hebrew I'm-
. : sit) located in Km Karen.
Jerusalem
Dr Mark-, "the
South 1 '"i i la chapter 1- outstan I
ing in its enrollment ol physicii
although it is Imped thai anothei
30 Jewish practicing physicians
will be enrolled during the cur-
rent membership drive." Former
Miamian Dr. David .1 Kaliski,
who is honorary president oi the
national organization, participated
in discussions during the New York
sessions,
At a recent local meeting ot the
gCOUp, note was taken of the near-
completion of a s 10.000 project lor
books in the medical school lib-
rary, presented as a gift of the
South Florida Chapter. Dr. Her-
man Ausubel, of Surf side, an-
nounced a $2,000 contribution to
the Medical Book Fund, following
the gathering.
Other officers in the local group
include Dr. Jacob A Glassman
and Dr. A. B. Hollander, vice
presidents; Dr. Philip Gotlieb,
honorary vice president; Dr. Har-
old M Unger, secretary-treasurer;
and Dr. Louis (.. Lytton. Member-
ship Committee chairman.
Documentation Center Open
BUENOS AIRES jTA A
Center ol Jewish Documentation.
intended to serve the Jewish com.
munity in this country, was dedi-
cated here al the Sociedad He-
braica Argentina. The center is
being co-sponsored by the society
ind the American Jew 1-I1 Commit-
lee
' 'ii luncheon al the Algiers
rhursdaj noon, Maj .1
Mrs, Joseph Rosenberg was in-
stalled as president for .1
term, and chairman ol installa-
is Mrs Hyman .Mint?.
I. R. Goodman Group held
annual donor
Balmoral Hoti! on Sat rdaj 1
ing, Maj 16
Dr. Meyer B. Marks ;standinq left; represented the South
Florida Chapter ci the American Jewish Physicians Cc:
tee. medical arm of the American Friends of the Hebrew
versity, at a National Executive Committee meeting in New
York City recently. Shown with Dr. Marks, president ere
Dr. Philip Gotlieb islanding left), honorary vice presideiv
'seated from left Dr. A. R. Hollander. Dr. Jacob A. Glass:
vice presidents, and Dr. Minerva Gordon, board member
cussing medical education in Israel at a recent gathei,:
the more than 200 members of the physicians' group in the
home of Dr. Gotlieb.
Mrs. Samuelt T. Sapiro (left) and Mrs. Samuel T. Simonhotf
(center), president of the Women's Division. American- Friends
of the Hebrew University discuss with Mrs. Leonard R,
prominent women's leader here, future plans for Wo;:,
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Friday. June 5. 1964
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Services Held
For Leon Green
en, vi. of 444 Michigan
,Xi' passed away [ast Tuesday.
May 9. He came here from Vir
, years ago and was own
,.- of Leon Green I'ood Brokers
0 ears He wea member
' Miami Beach Exchange Chib.
: Food Brokers Assn., Com
lewish Appeal. United Fund
Assn. an l was trustee of Cedars
rbanon Hospital
,-iving are his wife Eliza-
!. ,i sons, Robert and Leon
i daughter, Patricia: three
. rs, A.A.. J w and Morris;
sisters, Mrs. Herman Novom-
nd Mrs. Charles Goldstein.
- \ ices were held Sunday in
side Memorial Chapels, Al-
ton lid.
Australian Parliament Curbs Literature
I fcNBERRA (JTA) Con
tinned distribution m Australia of
\;i/i leaflet! and new anti Semitic
incidents prompted Laborlte Sen.
s. Cohen to urge in Parliament
Atomic Bomb Aide, Dead
LA .lOl.LV Cal (JTA) Dr.
Leo Szilard a Hungarian-born
Jewish scientist reputed to be one
of the greatest physicists oi this
country, died at his home here
at the aye of 66. Together with
the late Dr. Enrico Fermi. Dr
Szilard created the lirst sustained
nuclear chain reaction and was
instrumental in the development
of the first atomic bomb by this
country.
this week that the federal govern-
ment take firm action to curb
the flow Ol such material into
Australia.
The Nazi leaflets appeared in
Sydney and Melbourne on the an-
niversary of the Warsaw Ghetto
Revolt. The vails ot a building
housing a Melbourne Jewish news-
paper, which were daubed on the
anniversary, were found smeared
again and a window in the build-
ing broken.
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Rabbi Koslowsky Passes
WOODMERE, L.I. (JTA)
Funeral services were held this
weekend tor Rabbi Aaron Jacob
Koslowsky, a leading Talmudic
authority, who died at his home
here at the age of 100. Born in
Poland. Rabbi Koslowsky came to
the United States in 1900 and
served as executive director ol
the Slobodka Yeshiva
Prominent Yiddish Poet Dies
LONG BE Mil. \ V (JTA) --
\..i-i n Kurtz, a prominent Yiddish
poet, lecturer and editor, died in
his home yere after a long illness
;it the age of 72.
In a related development, a
group of men in brown shirts
and trousers, believed to be
members of the National Sac
ialist Party in Australia, met in
a Sydney suburb to celebrate
Hitler's birthday. In a television
interview. Sen. Cohen displayed
an invitation from the Naii
group to a birthday party for
"our beloved fuehrer."
The Nazi-type mailings, made
up principally of -vicious at-
tacks" on Jews and Negroes, is
entering Australia from the Unit-
ed States, Sweden and South
Africa. Sen. Cohen told Parlia-
ment.
The matter was raised when P.
Aston, a Liberal Ml', referred to
previously introduced reproduc-
tion* from the anti-Semitic book.
Judaism Without Embellish-
ment," published last year in
Kiev by the Ukrainian Academy
Of Science.
Mr. Aston asked the Prime
Minister whether, in view of
continued anti-Jewish propa-
ganda in Russia, he should in-
struct the Australian represen-
tatives at the United States to
bring the issue up, and to seek
aid from other nations to bring
pressure on Russia "to stop this
infringement on human rights."
Replying, the Prime Minister
said h'e had seen "this wretched
publication." He expressed the
hope that the Australian views
would be heard and have tar-
reaching effects at the next Gen-
eral Assembly.
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IN THE C.RCUIT COURT OF THE
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FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 6207
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In. in il.. "ii i-e ol Hi- Clerk.i* the
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In THE JEWISH I UHU1HA.N
liuNK AND i.KfKKl.n at Miami,
Klorlda. ihis 3rd day of June, A i'.
1864,
B. B. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Uade County, Klorlda
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11. |,nty I'll i k
Paul Kwltnes. i.-'iii"
U Llm "in Rd Miami Beai h, Fla.
Attorney for I'I.....tiff ,^^
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FLOR'DA IN PROBATE
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UfSTAV BHRENI ICI.H.
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63391-C
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,N AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
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No. 63261-A
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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Iieput) Clerk
Mart n Hi Ii Bernard Jacobaon
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llih I'i...1 l >ade Kederal BldK.
Miami Klorlda ,S1S1
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Bcrman (fron*. lefl of Aiientown. ra., at me tcem J**i-
Board mortmg in Bangkok. M.s. Berman reported on the role
oMhe WJC in'support of UNICEF throughout the world.
IN THF COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 6331
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Fr::y hue 5. 1964 "hnlsl FhrMinr Page 9-i Richard Millers Wed in Afternoon A i on N i %  I.ii IK I \ I" %  [ternoon certmon> M > 81, united the (,.ul ffiM and Huh ih Rabin Morton lating. The wed Ner Tarn id was receptiun at Mich itin the newlyweds art Gc rge I. Wise, 4ii( and Mi and Mrs. I ,. r, 120 sw -jTth Ave extensive motoi •\\ the eastern states, I live in Miami. ir.irlition.il wed ling istered white sattr. ipliques <>i aiencon ..! needed pearls, the bride .. i..-, ide of orchids ovei nfirroation prayer hook. tierof the wedding party loyce Wise, maid ot honor, Wi • aed Mrs. Carol Rose, idBest man was l H. Robert LeviI rue Johnson served msn i Miami High, the Dade Junior Colthe Universities ol Florida, she ia oresrvti ..B'nai H nth Girls ini-i ia certified pnband graduated .tiami High and the Univer1 Miami. He served a.epre*e itative, I'm service --' hool, was founder of Upha Delta, social fraternnd belongs to Aloha Phi an 1 Hillel Foundation. [ "* !•:. All-n IJe<.-k< r AIRS. CHARUS WEfSINGER Sheryi Ann Lipman Married Sunday Sheryl \nn Lipman and Charles Weisinger were married Sunday, May 31, in the hom,' of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arbej Lipman, lu.'.s Adams SI Hollywood, i-'la. A graduate of South Broward High, the bride is new a sophomon u\ the University of Miami. Tin groom is a graduate of Miami i ih School and the i mversily ol Miami. After a honeymoon In New York. Mr and MrWeisinger will reside at 2015 SW lOUl St. Stadlans Daughter Receives Degrees from Seminary Adinah Ruth MargoMetf, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Z Stadlan. 1838 Bay ltd., will receive lie bachelor of religious education degree at the annual ra:lualion of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America in New York City, on Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Margolies, who spent a year studying at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, will also receive the bachelor of science degree from Columbia University tinmonth. She habeen teaching partlime at the Pleasantville Cottage School, Pleasantville, NY. \\ • rm r-Kahn MRS. HOWARD KAY Local Women At Rebekah Confab Odd Fellow Rebekah convention in Daytona Reach the week of May 17 was attended by three members of Sunshine Rebekah Lodge !). Miami Beach. Mrs. Charles Rothstein. past noble grand, an I Mrs. Eva Taub served as representative and alternate Of the local group, and Mrs. AI Yatchie received the chivalry degree, Charles \V. Rothstein accompanied the women. Cohen, Kay Wed At Beth Sholom Rabbi Leon Kronish officiated Bl the nuptial rites uniting Dctra bee Cohen, granddaughter ol Mrs. Jennie Cohen, 4230 Chase Ave., and Howard Bernard Kay on Saturday. .May 30. The late evening ceremony was held at Temple Belh Sholom where a reception followed. For the wedding the bride chose a gi wi ol white French -ilk styled with a bell skirt and rem ivable train. Honor attendants were Mrs. Gary Cldelstein and Mrs. Richard Dworkin. Bridesmaids included Ellen Cohen. Cookie Cheren. ami Barbara Kav. Richard Cohen was ring-bearer. Alan Kay served as best man v ith Peter Cohen. Ted Kay. Gary Cohen. Andy Cohen. Donald Cohen and r.arry Rosenbleeth, ushers, Mrs Ka\ attended the University of Florida and St. Petersburg Junior College. Son of Mr. and Mrs. David Kay. St. Petersburg, the briflearoom attended the University of Florida and Emory Dental School. His fraternity is Tau Epsilon Phi. Following a honeymoon in Nas-au. the couple will live in Atlanta. B'nai Raphael Presents Musical Comedy Hit Former Broadway musical comedy hit. "Bells are Ringing." to be presented by Congregation B'nai Raphael on Saturday and Sunday. June 13. 14. Curtain time on both niahts for the production directed by Mrs Sol Kulchin. will be 8:40 p.m. Ticket chairmen are Mrs, Harvey Goodman and Mrs. Bert Levy. Miami friendly Social Clvb Plans Crandon Picnic Miami Friendly Social Ciub is having a picnic on Sunday at Crandon Park beginning at 10 a.m Guests arc asked to bring their own lunches and those wishing transportation will meet at 9:3o at Congregation Beth El. 5oo sw 17th Ave. Members of the arrangements eommittee are Jacob Braff. Isi.or Silver. Julius Rifkin. Louis Rovner and Jacob Klass. Max J C.arstaaa is president. Judeo Confirmands Honored Honored by Temple Judea Sisterhood at recent Confirmation exercises, Carole Goldberg. Linda Steinheimer, and Michael Rose received camperships to the Southeastern Camp Institute of the Union of American Hebrew Congelations. Mrs. Frank Tohack. immediate past president of Sisterhood, made the presentation. MISS PATR/LIA rVESTON Westons Tell Patricia's Troth Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence A We:, ton. ol 1450 Cleveland Rd., a i ncunce the engagement of their daughter, Patrie ,i Ann to Donald Bernard Kramer, son ot Mr. and Mrs, Nathan Kv.imer. 1281 Stillwater Dr. A student at Miami Beach St % lor High, the bride-elect is president Of the Octette Service Cluh and a reporter lor the school newspaper, "Beachcomber." Her tiance attended the University of Miami and RetElectronic Engineering School Betrothed couple will be feted on Sunday at Temple Menorah where bo;h families have been active for man;years and the bride-elect was coniirmed.. Mr. ami Mrs. Kramer -re founder members of the Temple and Mrs. Weston i> Sisterhood pre-i dent-elect. Among 300 gue:ts will be Pa tricia's grandparents, Mr. and MrMax Wetastein. M TCVMD MIUCR 110 HOKAUSER MBING • RlrMRMG 1611 S SI. H' 6-9901 AUTHORIZED OEAIM eNMH Quo! 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Page 2 A +JeUtnorl— Formation last week oi .1 citizens patrol force by Hassidic Jews in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn to protect members of the community l _., LSI roaming hoodlums triggered both approval and criticism in the community with Jews in the area largely favoring the move and Negroes and police officials opposing it. Organized by Rabbi Samuel Schrage of the Lubavitcher YesbJ\a. recent target of attacks on its students and teachers by neighborhood hoodlums, the all-night patrol consists of 120 men who volunteerCadet Rosenberg Receives Honors Cadet Capt. Howard Rosenberg, a senior with the ROTC at the University of Miami, was the recipient of the D.A.R. Saber at a joint awards ceremony last week at the Intramural Field on San Amara Dr.. in Coral Gables. Award is given for "outstanding military achievement in leadership laboratory schslastic achievement in ROTC classwork, and strong moral character." erj ithe son ot Mr. jnd Mrs. Charles Rosenberg -10 SW 19th St and is mar: to the former Jackie Berman. ill gra uate in June with a lieutenant's commission. ed to cruise the streets in radioequipped cars and to alert police in the event of trouble. The men bear no arms whatsoever. They cruise in groups of six. The area is heavily populated by Orthodox Jews and is dotted with yeshivoth, synagogues and hassidic shtiblach. Since establishment of the units, several arrests have been made. Police officials in the area, although critical of the development, said they would cooperate with the Hassidic groups. At the same time the police admitted that the crime rate in the area had increased hut that extra police were put on following the recent spate of attackon students and teachers of the Lubavitcher Yeshiva. What the po. lice fear is that error or misjudgment by the Hasidic patrols may lead to a troublesome development. Guarding the area, said cne high police official, belongs to the authorities. However, he simultaneously added that there was nothing unlawful about the self-defense units. Jews in the area have repeatedly been saying that the situation there is such that they have become nocturnal prisoners, fearing to leave their homes in the night. However, a Negro community leader. Dr. Gardner Taylor, pas tor of the Concord Baptist Church, said he was "shocked .it the state ment that Hassidic Jews in Cro vn Heights are housebound with teatHe was unaware, he added, that the area was a danger spot. 'Rabbi Schrage." he declared, "begini to show an interesting pattern." At the same time he accused the Rabbi of "excesivc statements vims. nel effect is to create tension and hostility between two great nun ority groups while justice is done to neither." In another development, the Mayor's Committee ol Religious Leaderurged Police Commission er Michael J Murphj to assign additional men to the area. After consulting with the Jewish Community Council, the committee reported an -unhealthy increase of attacks made daily upon Jewish members of the Crown Heights community" in which 'adults as well as children have been attack ed. threatened, robbed and molested." North Shore Optimist Club elects officers for the 1964-1965 term at the Singapore Hotel. Left to right (front row) are Gene Troop, first vice president; D. Murray Sonnett. president; and Sy Corak, second vice president. Rear row are Sam Hirsch, treasurer; and Robert Jackson, secretary. } FAMILY VACATION ADVENTURE IN THE COOL AND SCENIC BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS IN THE LAND OF THE SKY ... ALTITUDE 2,500 FEET J w> [K RESORT HOTEL iBtn 0N BEAUTIFUL LAKE OSCEOLA J ^""^ HENDERSONVILLE, N.C. FINEST JEWISH-AMERICAN CUISINE %  CHILDREN COMPLETELY SUPERVISED ACES 4 THRU 13 -* FILTERED SWIMMING POOL AND WADING POOL %  BAND-DANCING-ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY -fc GOLF (SPECIAL RAIES All SPORTS OSCEOLA LAKE INN WRITE FOR FREE BROCHURE AND RATE SCHEDULE MIAMI 10\YALESCE\T HOME 33S S.W. 12th AVE. LEO ALLEN. Director PH. 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Friday. June 5. 1964 *Jb#sf} fhrkHtin Page I5-A LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FACTITIOUS NAMt LAW I'lllT.r HIVES lHl %  I. do ring In enga IT the rictitious H.MIK ..i „.,: SHINE PARLOR ,,t V venue, Miami. I a .., Kaiti num. with %  %  i'ln nil Court of U ids CANTY, Sole Owner i*NKY Kuli m ) %  i .ouuisa \ ppllct "ii ,\ THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR |r >A '*' "1BATE No. 63032-A %  .. i w KEDB, NOTICE TO CREDITORS | ii.I All I". rsons Hn i •. inands Against Bald notified .""I i %  %  -. -it .mi %  Linn?* and de!i > %  i i M .. \ )I.I\ e ,1*. Ill VI Ill'ST WREDB, • !< %  | luti %  •• I '.•'!• I ''.nun Floi i la, %  i'. mi) Judgea "t Dude Couni : ii. -.mi. in dupll. ate and M s., 11 II 733 lit, Plot Ida .. in in. u uffil in tli.' "oun%  : m i M.I.' 'ountj. I lor%  lx i alendar months from .. of !• %  flral publl. "ii.n herei n i. will be bo i n -l ..i ni Miami, Florida, ilus 2Sth .1 M.i >. \ I IM4 K ii: r WELLISCH As Ex. ui.'t • p iblli ii I Ion ..f this ii"t %  I In.-. 1964. \\ i 1.1.is. II I-J rm I Mate "1 August x %  • la Ave., 'oi .il • lables, F la .; ',. P if(Sy^,fiU %\ H£NRr LEONARD "That, madam, is a Chasidic doll. Wind it up and it SHOKELSl" Copr. 1964. DavtriK • c. J ''o-i LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELFVEfcllM UOICIAJ_ CtRCUktiaF. FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 4329 .1. I. KISI.AK Mi iRTt I At IE II |RP< IR VTIt >X l >F I I.' mm V Plaintiff, \ s. HER M.I. R WILLIAMS. .1 u\. I lefenditnl NOTICE OF SUIT Tt • Rlfa M William* T: Fo in li Streel Lowell, Massa. husetts You are hi reb) not II led hitt I h< nbovi caplloncd action li;i>. < n in -i II ,ii, .1 IIKI Inst you In 'InCll ill Court of the lltli Judicial Circuit of Florida in and for Dade t'ounty to foreclose ;i mortgage upon the following di sci bed real prop, riy : Lot 7 Block 3 of TAY1AIH M NN' >R, ding t, iha l'lat ihi reof, .is rded In Plat Hook %  •; at it of Hi. Public I'.. %  •" %  'is ..f l lade County, Horldai ^'.ii .ii. %  required i.. file > our answer i" plaint uplalnt with the Clerk "i" tinaforesaid Court, and serve ;, cop) the II plaintiff's .HI. .in. v MARTIX FIXE, 14th Floor, Dade Federal Building, Mlnml %  '.-. Florida, n..t I.", i than Jun. JO, I94, or ;i Decree Pro Confesso ^^ ill be entered .-I--.mi-: v i.n. I >.\ li:i': May 22, l6l K B. LRAT1IKRM V V i ierk of the Circuit i 'out i (seal) B) C. P. COPELAND Deputy Clerk \t VRTIX FINE Attorney for Plaintiff Ulh IT %  l> ..I. Federal Ml lu. M ..i ini :!_', Florida :, :."•. ., li-12-19 ATTENTIONATTORNEYS! -Jenisi' fhridfon solicits your legal notices. W appreciate youi patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial I K 3-4695 lor messenger service LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTiCE UNDER NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N AND FOR DAutX.Ou.77 NOTICE IS HEREBY tilVKX that XOTICK IS HEREBY HIVES that F inmnA IN IDRORATK ed. desiring M II ih, undersigned, desiring to engage In No 63353 C business under the fictitious nan ,.,,., II N" w. .1.1ll-: ..i I'O X.K -' eel \ i v i v.'v iMtfivfl l I> hiii %  .t. Mia i North Miami Ibuch. Florida • %  •" I -N, '1 1 • ... W |, h ,| f Ihe i reglati I naid name will • u n .E TO CREDITORS irtof D inly. ... ; rYfKx'LAW OFFICES Vii %  Edlr, In. N'OTICE LNDER \ Road FICTITIOUS %  (II LAW „!.! XiiTICE S HERI v ,,, • • nol -I and n i. .i \ .... f M VI.VIXA EHKK.> i Haiti fount), ... n.l l • I In I .,.-.,• %  Il Ibeir ollli-ev nl ..t.l.. 'i.Uil w nbln BIX • ."• %  mi iii hi i.I -i will III \!.,v A.It MA HMELZER An I .\< ui I I\ • : %  tinnotice on • ne, i.'"i \\ i.i.l.i.-' I, .. --.i ii--.il. i .i• I \ in. la Ivi •""! ,l • %  bleu, I "l.i t N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT iN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 6oB45 A Ei ta'te "i ,. K u I'l-Mts. in a k .i \. L>U ILLI.VM l'i-:i;s. IFF ... NOTICt OF INTENTION TO MAKE -PPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND F.NAL DISCHARGE S'nTICE is hereby given that l have • ,i m> Final l!'i n and Petlilou lot ...nil. HI .mil Imat I' %  ii-"f i. | tli, -:."...I JACK W, :iU-Di r. ., II ,i JACOB \\ It.l.lAM ..,-, ,|i .:.•. sued. and that on tin I .,., f luiy, '.'•"•. Will ap|.l> t.' Honorable Count) Judges "f Dmdi NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY Hl\ EX that t he iiti.l, ralgn. .1, desiring t. %  i.ii-iii.-nn,l. .(he iiiiin..f MEDICI SH< >E %  RP \> 28th sir.-, i. Hlnlenh Int. mix I Id nan ivlth t he ''• rk of the 'n in' i lad. • '..mil. Florida. C VRIBBE \X >IH IE C. .P.P. \ \. \ i, \ %  ,i -.,,!., i. i.'ia, M RVIX I WEIXEK ,illl S V at H • NORWICH I\, • COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. Irrglatel FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60706-C ly, i ', N N '. NOT CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS 11ERKI i Y i i IV EN I>IH1 n i.-c. .| ST IMIt 'lii'> at Street v .. Int. mix '" ,. giyn r -., i nan e will 'I. rk •.; ;:-, Couil l '-"i' 'ountj. l-'l i Ida. I 'i IX IVERW IN NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA :N AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERC No. 64C 5193 .|. \ sinrc. Plaintiff, l N i: i: Eat a t III i.-i: s. iSKIN NOT.CE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE hy givi I bat I have riled in* Final Ri irl Bnd Pel i.. i ,i t. ii.uii'.n and Final In Idmintatratnr of the • -%  '•ol Rl .-i S. i.-'l< IX. til .1-' 'I %  <<' %  ',,„ ,h, -I I ii" '64, ill apply i" the II rabli Co inty Judgi ,, i >.,.,. : Ilorida, • .., Ha i(| Final R. p and I ^ I button and final dlachai e Vdmin%  raior ••< the .-• %  % %  named decedslit. This 12th day ol May, 1984. JOSH REPHt'N \.i,n;i latnitor josH i!i:i'in N \ti,.in. > i :;.i W'aahington Vv,>. Miami Bea. h, Hoi Ida 5 15-22-19, 6 3 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUR" IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60845 A IX RE: ESTATE IF JACK W PERSOFF, n K .1 \.'.'i: WILLIAM I'LL1 '1 l -. 'I C TATION I-. i ETHEL I'l'KS. IFF. ,;,.,. s \\ 10th Street Mi i ...i Ida HARRY PRRHOFF, :':tn Eaal Slat Htre. t \. u York, X. Y '„ M' ILLIE KLATI'. :>lil Church Avenue 111 ookl) n 56, Xe X HEI.EX HALPKRX, :;su A ni Ii"' Ayenu. ,...,: ,i. Slew York SHIRLEY LEIBOFF, l.lv Tard} Lnn-\\ ntagh N< V |i. lit I > NEWMAN. Ii2 Fulton A v. Kl>\ Sort| I lol|> wood, 'alll SHIRLEY Mi'ssil.l.. .. I Molt e Si fee I \ ., N „ .:. \. A ) ARTHl'R "SOLI). \ w mil T. %  IILYX P.LATT, Si \ p.. \ VI.I" 'I VI.PERX, • I %  -. .' •'.' 'I MAX, %  %  KENNETH H.t i: \i:i: i ih I:K lioLU KRAN Cl Ill *"F ST I Rl '.I • CAR. MARTIN HALI'KRX LEAH I. ll'.' IFF •i i 'i VRK HER BY N' ITIFIED I i •. II i.. T i "i Widow f.'i Va IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUO CIAL C'RCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 38?6 Til I" WILI.I A MSlSl' !:• .11 SAVIN IS \ I \ Ml-.i: I1RIMS • Uef.n.l NOTICE OF SUIT •|'i .1 i it',, now iinknowi • h. inknow n helm. .i-ni %  n .in. .1 def. ndai t ho ma) be ile. i i, ai %  • .i -• 'i required to aervi >'.". ni. hi n by notirl. at the innwei ". pit adlng above • i|>I •'" •! •' .'• %  in n. on the Petition, i i Htltuted II -' the lorne** SIMON MAYS & URCX1. %  t of thi llth .Imliclal C WKHt! Building, Mil Florida In il Had. Count} % % % %  i-'ioilda, 33132, and file th i gin EI>I>IE LEE KHIPP, I >, i. ti'l.iiit. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tl i Bill ill". IJRIS KHIPP n.*>l i-: lath st-, • t r IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62709-B Lona Bi ach, California you Eddie L-Shiup, %  •< % % %  hereby IX RE: Eatate of notified thai %  Bill ol Complaint for I UAV1U PHI1 Divorce haa been filed against you, I Decent ;i'i.,ii. for approval of said Land you are required % %  serve .. cony nl Report and ("i dUlrlbutlun and ,,f your Gnawer "t Pleading "> 0> v5 ivTmnn itrU •! thelmii of Couiiualnt on lira i igiiiUti a I TO ALL PK % %  N> NOTICE OF PROBATE THE STATE OF FLORIDA: ,li-, 1 Ex. it, ,,i ihi oove-nam. i d. :odent. 2Tth da) ol Ma). II I •.I mil. lERS< 'Ii Ex. %  itrlx iN, HAYS .\ URCXU\> ERO Vtn lie) I' I, I .: -1 •• '.'•. NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY HIVEN lhat • !, -ii-in^ t.. ni %  • under the fictitious name of l. v MA i \ ill I 1 AMI ..>!. ... l „,.,.n.i. Ainsl.e K. Ker.li., Suite IN THE IVTATE OF SAID DIOCKS w LeJ. line Road. I DENT. ,,::,! ; i ., .-, Fl I i'" 1 ",' %  i. original Gnawer nr P'eadlng In i the Clerk of the Circuit Court -II % %  : ''-i"." the lth daj "i June, IM4 it you i m i" .'" o, J >dg Iken ..-nin-t v,,n [or the relief demanded In Ina BUI ,.| Compl •'•I.,, : !' -. %  I %  I • %  ,.., -,,. |i for tout e. utive w at k in i III. JEW l>H 1 •'•' 'RIDIAN. i„ ,si-: VNH ORDHRHli BI M ami, ,. nnMil day "I Ma) A i. I1MI.II ua'401 S.W 17th Street Miami, j • _, :lni AV n ,-U, la ntends la register ald name ''.'.,', -. m, Clerk of the Circuit • oun j Circuit Court, Dad i >.iu.County, Floi Ida. ..-Kit • \ lilVM.'l.tNS Bl'PPLYiNTKRNATIONAL D1V1SIO.N IXC (a i ... ''.. n ) sol. 11 in r %  int). Florida iw I.SI •! Ptetro ii. Cl. rk AIXSLEE i: FBRDIB Suit* %  > LeJeiine IM. Pot ,i .;..!.'•••'' • 'i%  %  Atlo: II. i [Ol I'l.ilNI'.ll !.',-_. | THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR UAUb COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY NO. 64C 5433 VXHELA RtisA KI.INA DE LOERO. rl.,.n,in. \ •*. 111ANT..NI.. LOERO IUSMRXDI, I', itn,I.ml NOTICE BY PUBLICATION HI HIS ANTON 1U LOERO VKISMENIH IxJlfi, lo Uulelka Wen Ida de laa Dell, lag Primer tramo, Apt. 7 Caracas, V'en. auela You ALL III-:I:I:I;Y notified that %  nmplatnt f..i l Mjvor. • haa been i againal yeu, and you are her*. i i %  i, ,i copy t.f youi %  >• tto ii.. Pompla nt on the Plainn. s. i-..I'LL Rouble* • • addr. '•_'! N.W. nth %  t. .,, and file the i l if tin Vi %  i in the %  he Clerk %  %  %  • Rlevi nlh J1TT.. il ,i i,.i I ..,,1, ...int i. Klt.r• on ,.r oefol. li.. I< R of which Hi' i ilaml i\ ni in t.tki n .. on b) you. I'ATHI. Hi 'in, rlay of Ma E II LEATHERM VN ..r in.(*trcull Court ll> C p COPELAXD I M p It) I :. .'.' li IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 61777-C IN RE: Eatate of i .if IK P BPIl BAK 1 ie. • _„,. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To VI Creditor* and v.l Pi raons Ha> ; ,„ Claims oi Demands Against Mid j re hen by notified and %  ,1111. •! to pit-in •".. na .. n.l d. ,'„,,„,, which you .... '," w \•'"' th. estal. of Ui to On' I file t| Judge. Coun i. i re h. r. by notified thai > written Instrument purporting t the i.,-1 ill and testament of -.".1 decedent haa been admitted io probate In -,,,,1 i 'oui t, You :irtholt lt> i omIII ..ml..I within -i\ calendar months ii,,n, ih,data i ih. flrat publl ,.f |i,i~ not ..i to app. •" In --"I ''"in i .m.i show cause. If any you can, wh) tn, ... ii. n ..I -..ni Court In .i'ln .•i.i will t" probate vii, ni.i not stand ...,r.-\ "i.t eput) Cl. rk MARTIN FINE Attm ne) for Plaintiff I i-li Flnoi I' I • d. nil RldB M ami 12, Florida • %  1-12-111 in iii. ..in.. ..i ilnClerk % %  : he • Court on or b. i %  %  > •forl i iinys i not Ihe first publlcal. %  if, notice shall ipublished on. ,i .. ,. in The Jewish Floridlan f. tour weeks flrsl publlcatloii tnei i :., i Via) 29, 1964 DONE AN.' ORDERED In Ilus u'-.ili day of Ma). 1964 W. I" BLAXTt IN COCXTY JCIH5E ,..,,li |.. MELUA C. DICK ;. 29, ii 5-12IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH; ELEVENTH JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY NO. 64C 5498 VLIIERT FARBElt, I ., Illil:. CELI \ I' \RRER, I ..-.. m.itni SUIT FOR DIVORCE • i \ 1 VRBER AV nnt/. ii i,iin. \. York NOTICE UNDER Y„ H CE1JA FARHER, r,herei FICTITIOUS NAME LAW notified that a Hill of Complaint fc NOTICE is HEREBY UIVBN tl. .t I ,^,„, htt|| ,„ „ ,,„.,i against yo Ihe undersigned, deslrlns to engage in j ,..,, .,,,, retjulred to serve a col ,...,: ViiMv.r ... pleading to it the [.InintiM ness i>...)• r • he fit-tn loua name of MINI-MART .it H730 ~ Ft Highway, Kendall, Fig., intends to register said name with the i ii It i I the Circuit Court of Dade County, Floi Ida >. il'TIl li \ 1 >E GROCERY '< IRP. MARVIN l WIEXKIt Mi.,.in v for Appll. '• t Vlnsley Bids. -. : %  ', i i-i;-p.i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEllEHY UIVBN thai ih. nn,I, iIgned di siring I %  i %  nini.-i i iir fict It ous name of \.'i: BKACTY Sl'PPLIKM ..t I2.14 N E. I63i 'I Kit ''. So Mian i It. a. h Intend* to register said num. with the Met ii •'! tli. i i : t .'"in t ft l iade Count) Florida. BVN UK VCTY .. BARRER SIITi.Y CO., INC. ;. i:. J I ill' ..t .'.• nplaint Vttotney, tioLDM VN, OOLDSTBI ,v PACZIER. 2401 Weat Ftagh Str. %  Mil i.'i Florida, and tile i i ii Vn %  r or Pleading in t ufflei oi tli. i i' i k of the CIrcu Court r hi fore th.12nd da) ;,,,,,. IH >4 If you fail to 't" ludgm. in b> .l-i.. 'It 'll !"' tt ,k ill. relief demand* ,., the Bill • i Complaint. .hull I" published on. ,. ,, i, we. k for four consecutij rill-; JEWISH 1-'L.H11>IA> IN INK VND oRDBRED at atlan PI la, ',i. loth da) of May, A.I' V i: | K VTHERSIAX. Clerk, ,i, nii t'ourt, Dade County, Hon. "iV, -'"Vuilu I'iirri: MOBFORD I., put) Cl. rk I'.OLDM I s -' litM.DSTEIX .<• PACZlb :, %  \\ Final, tStreet Minn.I. Fl. Attorn. > ii Plnlntil i 22-29 I da) I MM Ui M.I %  %  RICH VRD .v Nl -'-\ \ttorn. KB Tor ,, i., ... i th .i t of Ma) i %  \l VUJ. IRIE I' VVIH ELI 114 \ v d n i hi I s t ni B) s VXFi 'RD M >W BR1 LIN" ent i^.-iit ,II ,.. this n. .tic. on i Ma>, SUPERIOR STAMP & SEAL WORKS MANUFACTURERS Of SUPERIOR RUBBER STAMPS Corporation Seals and Supplies CHARLIE MERZ Owner 613 H.E. 1st Ave. FR 4-1034 %  i 'i •



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F:;c: -. June 5. 1964 +Jenlst fieriJfor Page 3-B Harriet Charnin To Study Abroad 3 : %  :: y:.m late, mm laude, of sit; i : Miami School of Harriet Charnin has ded a one jrer scholar• id) it the Hayim Green ntute in Jerusalem. r >>f Mr. and Mrs. Sidrnin, 5981 SW li'th St., graduated with honors llhweSt High whenshe ,. member of the student nd V.tional Honor So ved president <>f Fuhernt America, vice nf Spanish National lion Society, concertmeister of the and treasurer of Modern i Masters. 1 rilliant stu lent won a Mi! • .ild Stiver Kniht in the BOoiaJ science and was • r lop Teen' by the Miami l\.il\ News. 1 urrently program director at kmple Zion Sunday School. Miss 1 .irnin has been active in I'nited C manopje Youth work. Youny "iac.i Following her year of tdy • %  Jerusalem, she plans to •eh ir the Dado County school •tern New! AJAX all purpose cleaner with ammonia JUDY TOBACK Beth Torah Camp Opening June 15 Teen-age da.\ camp of Reth Torah Congregation, with Ken Donner, <-ami> director, will begin .lime 15 and extend to Aug. ~ Activities for boj s and girls ol junior high school age arc scheduled three daya week. 9 to 4 p.m. Program, under the direction of .Jean Cohen, faculty member at Beth Torah and formerly camp I dramatics instructor, will include | water >kuiiL;. bowling, golf, swimming, dramatic-, tield trips and arts and crafts. In addition, camperwill devote a number of sessions to leader ship training for future positions a< counselors-in training and jun ior counselors. Mrs Ewald Ziffer. camp com mittee chairman states "We have long felt the need for a program that would interest the teenager who is beyond the elementary school age but not yet old enough to serve as a counselor, "We hope the teenagers will be attracted to a three day schedule of activities which still leaveseveral days of the week for Ins individual pursuits Cost of all activities is included in the camp fee Further Information may be obtained at the Synagogue office Judy Toback Feted On 16th Birthday Judj rob feted on the oc>n <>t her 16th birthdaj at a white and blue luncheon hosted bj parents, Mr. ami Mrs Frank Toback ol Coral Gables, on sunday. Maj 24, at the Summit R taurant. Th.pretty deb followed the col Or decor and chose a white and blue straight line frock with contrasting green trim. Mrs. Toback reversed the color scheme and wore an afternoon dress ol green with touches ol blue The 10 guests included most of Judy's friends and classmates li'om Gables High as well as her grandmothers, Mrs Anna Toback and Mrs. Harry Dubler. Also her sister Barbara, graduating in June from Palm Beach Junior College in Florida'first class ol dental bj glenists Recently confirmed at Temple Judea where she is active in the Youth Group. Judy plans to at tend SEFTY Camp in Georgia tinsummer. Discussing results of the Miami "Y" Women's 'Birds and Bees" luncheon held recently at the B i s c a y n e Terrace Hotel are (left to right) Mrs. Maxwell Waas. Mrs. Herschel Rosenthal and Mrs. Nat Cynamon. Proceeds will go toward the purchase of a new school bus. Birds and Bees Spark Luncheon Beth Shirah Installation Rabbi Morns A. Skop and Cantor Herman K. Gottlieb will direct the thud annual installation ceremony at Temple Beth Shirah on Saturday. Temple advisory council, Sisterhood and Brotherhood leaders will be installed. "Birds and Bees" was theme for a luncheon sponsored by the Women's Auxiliary of the Miami VMIIA recently at the BisCayne Terrace Hotel, announced Mrs Eugene Heiman, fund-raising chairman. Highlighting the afternoon was I)i. Jane Hardwickc, director oi the Mental Health Society, discussing -What is a Normal Sex Lile?" All proceedIrom the luncheon were contributed to the women school bufund. Serving on the Luncheon Committee were Mrs. Eugene Heiman," chairman. Mrs. HcT-chel Rosenthai, Mrs. Alan Raven. Mrs Nat Cynamon. Mrs. Stanley Spieler, Arthur Stein. Mrs. Richard Touby, Mrs. Moie Tendrich. Mrs. Samuel Gold, Mrs Jack Amazon and Mrs. Maxwell WaaNOW! • cleans everything • • from the floor up! • SLICED CORNED BEEF KOSHER CLEANS LIKE A WHITE TORNADO '-thefirst all purpose cleaner good enough to be called Ajax! You'B tee a whit* tornado of power that cleans everything In its path. Even corners, where dirt and wax build wp, come sparkling clean with* out scraping. And you don't need to nnsel New Aiax Alt Purpose Cleaner with ammonia leaves a fiesh, clean •mell that prove* it's really done thajabl Qualify flavor Kashruth • CORNED BEEF • FRANKFURTERS • SALAMI • BOLOGNA WILNO KOSHER SAUSAGE CO. (of Chicago) MIAMI BRANCH 2181 N.W. 10th AVENUE Phone FR 1-6551 No, they don't come this way. You still have to do a little work. Like opening the can, putting the beans in the pan, heating them. But your reward is instant. Everyone digs in, most of them yell for seconds. And you have two reasons to be pleased with yourself. (1) Heinz (strictly) Vegetarian Beans are strictly delicious. (2) They're good for people. Big on proteins. So be a hero.Tonight. ^3j -4k KOSHER AND PAREVE-THE HEINZ VEGETARIAN BEANS LABEL BEARS THE SEAL OF APPROVAL OF THE UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA. ~TJ



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Page 12-A +Jm isii ncridtor Friday. J—.e \ -g^ I Temple Menorah honored teachers of its Religious School at Friday evening services recently. Honored were standing Heft to right) Abraham Moskovitz. Mrs. Charles Kusens. Mrs. Nathan Stern, Mrs. Yuval Kachioif. Heizl W. Honor, principal of the school. Mrs. Herzl W. Honor, Benjamin Altshuler, and Emanuel Feder. Seated 'left to right) are Miss Laraine Friedman, Mrs. Nathan Robinowitz, Miss Linda Hall end Mrs. William Lipstiz, and Miss Barbara Segal (not pictured). Maurice Revitz. president of Temple Manorah, issued the certificates. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz officiated at the service. Temple Menorah's Bowling League concluded another secso:i with a banquet held last Tuesday evening at the Carillon Hotel. Inspired by the au.smatic pin-setiers. the Bowling Lecgue will present to Temple Menorah an automatic ad-iressograph machine which it hes purchased from the profits netted through the league. Shewn are David Miller, Sam si Wiener, Ben Krovetz, Leo SonMorns Steuben. Max Nyer. Bea Gkrssmdfc Jeca Miller, Alex Friedman, Geri Mechiowitz, Joe Rifkin, David Ray, Regi Ray Kenny Berman, Sheila Goldberg, Gerri Kimmel, Alex Berger, William Carter, Mary Berman, Harvey Berman, Elayne Kaplan, and Ruth Sonnenblick. Seated are Ben Alter. Dorothy Steuben. Sally Kurman, Sam Schiffman, Tillie Shapiro, Hazel Carter, Norman Shapiro. Danny Walder. Ethel Curtis, Helen Segal, Esther Merwick, Pauline Alter and Reva Friedman. Not shown are Dr. Selwyn Willie, William Glassman, Claire Singer, Shirley Krovetz and Lillian Nyer. Pythians Elect New Officers at Meeting Sisterhooa Breakias( Host Gershv in Knights Pythias J I hi Id BI '! : a the Barcelona 1 n Sal • p m. nored ar entertainment follow the pn gi am On Monday. 7 30 p.m., a tor • ield al Hibls <••St and Alton 1 Offic< rs J : s will be • %  • ill also hold iiregular on Mondaj to make plans for itinstallation ;ii iii • Roney Plaza Hotel on Wed laj < vening, June '.'4. A i '' ition .liiii combined social hour will follow both met Fredi rick A igi r is chancelloi ( m mander oi the Knights, and Mrs. Saul Jarrett i elect \ ix liary Temple B'nai Sholom Sisti rh I v ill be host at breakfast for students registering for the fall term of Sunday and daily Reli School on Sunday, June 7, from 10 in noon. When your family celebrates a Special Family OccasionWelcome Wagon Calls When your family celebrates a sixteenth birthday, announces an engagement or the birth of a new baby, or mo\cs to a new home, \our Welcome Wagon Hostess will call with a basket of gifts... and friendly greetings from the religious, civic ^^ and business leaders of t our community Miami Hebrew Book Store ISRAELI A DOMESTIC GIFTS HrW* Pfligious Supplies for S>njgcg„es. Schools* Private Ut 158i WASHINGTON AVE. Miami de.ich — JE 8 3840 Beth Moshe Installs At Friday Services Officers oi Both Moshe Con gregation and SiMcrhood will b Rabbi Simon April on Friday ni [hi on Satnrdaj night at the Con ation first anniversary dinner dance to be held :it the Lorn'..id;, Hotel, the new leaders will i.e honored, and the annual Journ ai will be rn •• nti d slate ;hi aded bj Merle Mich ael, president; Arthur .1 Brown. Max Grcenber. Dai I D igoloff. Ben Newmark. vice presidents; jaj Rand Mrs 1 rank Epstein, Stanle> Glatter, seen Ber pard Kaplan, treasurer. Directors are Herbert Lelchuk, Bobe Dale, Frank Epstein, J'-e Katz, Harrj Kessman. Max Foa. Howard Pelzner, Harrj Raben. Block, Mrs Fred Blank, Stanlej Rosenstrauch Sisterhood officers who will serve during 1964-65 include Mrs Jay Raifl, president; Mrs. Herbert Lelchuk, Mrs Joseph Foos, y —-**. ^ &HOA6C nf ••• OAOK louirvAiis MIAMI IUCN. rLOmo* Jro~ IID14 % %  Ui O-RICTOM A REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miami s largest & Oldest Supply House (or Synagogues, Hebrew & Sunday Schools. Wholesale 8. 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Fage 8-B Ir-Hist fhrktian Friday. June 5 196* WOMAN OF THE WEEK Nomi Zank was always a little bit of quicksilver. Back in Chicago, where she was born. Nomi stood tops in her school work and became the teacher's pet. besides Always rushing and darting about, her friends called her '"Mickey Mouse Nomi had an eye for figures — bcth kinds. She excelled in athletics and had an affinity toward bookkeeping. At th; 1 University of Illinois, she became an ardent Alpha Epsilon Phi. but transferred her affiliation to the University of Miami when her parents moved here during the war It was at this time she met Marvin, who had been stationed here as a radar instructor. She finished her la.-t year in college by winning a radio contract. Her parents, delighted, sent her to New York for her first trip. Here, she met Mar\*s folks, and when he was discharged three years later, they exchanged wedding vows. I triii. .!•.,.. %  K|io.' n ;is horn in New York, and then the Zanks moved to Miami, where Steve was born. Nomi is a "doer Active in PTA. she ran for School Board, got a citation, but not the job. Sin has been president of Alpha EpsiIon Phi Alumnae Association, founder president of the South Dade National Council of Jewish Women, as well as treasurer ef the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah. A frustrated businesswoman, she was in charge of Council's Thriftshop. Presently, she is treasurer of Council': Seel on here. Nomi assisted Marv in organizing a softball league of 12 ten. pies for Beth Am. to which they belong And. incidentally, she can do accounting as an avocation. The Zank home, which was built with loving care, is different. It has more marble, tile and stone than just about any other in the area. (Marvin is the Miami Marble and Tile Co i Along with her hobby of knitting and sewing. Ncmi makes ceramic pieces. She has what is characterized as the best collection of tiles in the city. Always a little quick on the trigger. Nomi has learned to be tolerant of others — an achievement that others, incidentalh, may well emulate in her. The entire Zank family indulge in everv kind of athletics, with tennis the rage at the moment. When the children were younger, they traveled a lot. Todav. its a good deal harder, what with teen-agers in the house. Chauflering and keeping up with daughter Ellens drama, baton twirling, guitar and tennis lessens, as well as Steven's aces, not to mention the two Schnauzers and her own organizational work, keeps pert, black-haired Nomi on the run. But you can tell by her expressive eyes she loves ever) action-packed minute. NOMI ** ARDMORE STUDIO ESTABLISHED SINCE "1940 JE1-341S Specioliis in (£Q£QSI. • WEDDINGS k • BAR M1TZVAHS • PORTRAITURE 4 • COMMERCIAL i • COPIES PULL STAFF AT YOUR SERVICE 738 ARTHUR GODFREY RD. MIAMI BEACH Afternoon Rites For Robert Kanes An afternoon ceremony at the Dupont Plaza Hotel on Sunday, M.\ 31, united the former Sandra Lynn Rosin and Robert Leonard Kane with Judge Homy L. Balaban officiating A reception at the hotel followed. Parents of the newlyweds are Mr and Mrs Sandor Rosin, 6973 SW 26th St.. and Mr and Mrs John Kane. 7950 NW 8th Ave A graduate <>f Miami High, the l.ride attended the University "t Miami and is a member of Phi Delta Gamma sorority. The bridegroom is a member of Miami Beach Fireman Station 2 following a honeymoon in Jamaica, the couple will live -I :;i4i sw 12th St. MRS. ROEERT KANC Barkmans to Live In Ann Arbor, Mich. A street length silk organza over taffeta frock was the choice of Nancy Rouen for her marriag< t:. David Barkman on SlUlda} May 31. Rabbi Leon Kronish of liciated at the high noon nuptials held at the Carillon Hotel A re ception and dinner followed Attending the couple were Judj Barkman and Tim Graul. Following a honeymoon tour ol New England, the newlyweds will live at 1007 Wright St Ann Arbor Mich. A graduate ol Miami Beach High, the bride is attend ing the Universltv ol Michi where the bridegroom is ma n ing in electrical engineering. Parents of the couple are Mr and Mrs. E Allied Rowen, 2"7." No. Bay Rd.. and Mr ami Mrs. Milton Barkman. of East Taw as Michigan MISS CAROLE COHEN Winter Wedding For | Cohen, Lansburgh A winter wedding is nod bj Carole Cohen ai i Lansburgh w hose announced this weel : i bride's pan nts, Mr William Bersten, 8"i M 'I he prospective br d the son ol Mr. and '.. Lansburgh, 4S37 Pinetn issociated with the | Hotel in Las Vegas he Universities ol I Miami Miss Cohen attende v rsitj i i Florida U ide Junior College •red in edu< ition A reception m hoi I h %  'betrothal will I \ ISl Dec 20 Date ol the w< Coffee Hosted For New Chapter Mrs. May Dcrmer hosted a cottee in her home. 2525 Flamingo PI., last Monday evening to recruit members needed to obtain a charter for a new chapter ol Women's American ORT. A documentary film. "Mellah." was shown. Composed of young women, the group is spearheaded by Mrs Martin Sprung Region officers who attended are Mrs Florence Kupperman, president and memthe National Fii Id Ex| Committee, and .MrWilliam Fishman, vice president u prm-i K.. ii MRS. DAVID BARKMAN Mrs. Soffz to Conduct Hadassah Executive Meeting Mrs. Gerald Soltz, newly elect td president, will conduct the first executive board meeting of the Honda Region ol Hadassah on Fridaj 10 a m at the Miami Skyways Motel. Mrs. Art!.or Rubel ol New York City, coordinator ol integrated activities for the national office of Hadassah. will attend Plans will be formulated lor a concerted membership drive to in >< '"in r Shore Cancer Unit Tell of Programs Proposed program ol ev< Is I the coming year were dicused ;"' the Shore Unit ot Papanicolaou lancer Research Institute "f M ami executive board lunchew meeting held in the home ol MVifian Neijna. Mrs. H. Gewitz inewlj in stalled president of the group Although the Unit's :..!! icb dule calls for regular meeting on the fourth Mondav ol eai month instead of the tirsl dav j. heretofore, first Ol the -eason is >late nesday, Sept. SO, bei ol th VACATION THIS SUMMER ON OCEAN FRONT I AT THE NEW | ATLANTIC TOWERS HOTEL { CABANAS or POOL PR/V/IECE REASONABLE RATES 42nd STREET & COLLINS AVE. 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Friday. June 5. 1964 +Jeist fhrtdton Page 15-E Services Held For Leon Green en, vi. of 444 Michigan X i passed away [ast Tuesday. May 9. He came here from Vir years ago and was own ,.of Leon Green I'ood Brokers 0 e ars He wea %  member Miami Beach Exchange Chib. : Food Brokers Assn., Com lewish Appeal. United Fund Assn. an l was trustee of Cedars rbanon Hospital ,-iving are his wife Eliza!. ,i sons, Robert and Leon i daughter, Patricia: three rs, A.A.. J w and Morris; sisters, Mrs. Herman Novomnd Mrs. Charles Goldstein. \ ices were held Sunday in side Memorial Chapels, Alton lid. Australian Parliament Curbs Literature I fcNBERRA (JTA) Con tinned distribution m Australia of \;I/I leaflet! and new anti Semitic incidents prompted Laborlte Sen. s. Cohen to urge in Parliament Atomic Bomb Aide, Dead LA .lOl.LV Cal — (JTA) — Dr. Leo Szilard a Hungarian-born Jewish scientist reputed to be one of the greatest physicists oi this country, died at his home here at the aye of 66. Together with the late Dr. Enrico Fermi. Dr Szilard created the lirst sustained nuclear chain reaction and was instrumental in the development of the first atomic bomb by this country. this week that the federal government take firm action to curb the flow Ol such material into Australia. The Nazi leaflets appeared in Sydney and Melbourne on the anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Revolt. The vails ot a building housing a Melbourne Jewish newspaper, which were daubed on the anniversary, were found smeared again and a window in the building broken. FREIMARK i • n f \" %  %  i i Rahamaii .i nwa> in Naaaa i June Hi I |u. ii i realdenl ili. • %  -in. • ... ... in. i. hunt 11.waa nnd in.'mi..-r "f Mahl II, is -in \ 'v. .1 bj bin If' ,, i ...IK. • 'halm I1 • on. II k %  imln I'I Imai k "i M I .ii< in the mate of ., | II ...lit Hoffer ..f N.I-%  < ,i %  right, i Mi Tail* Skuk Mr*. I tny la l'ent nf Mill pera ndchlldri II >• n leea hi 1.1 Tlmi -ilin J |l %  ;. i I Itin. i ..1 I I-.MI. Ini. \. I... i •. in. i. i > II IIBKI -ill Na l • '.II• • • Hnapltal %  'TER, Hyman, nf 1 IS") 15th %  .! -1 -FENSON. M •-. Hid ward, 84. %  • .vi: 102nd Si Miami SI i Ma 23 Rlveraldi %  i 'GMAN Hj man II 87, of S401 n \ i i. %  I \l .v :'l .r... R|i. %  >!.•. r RN, ii \ Ina Hem 1 1 %  N K • 'i s. M i.iim Shi i • a, ili. .1 Ma) Rlveralde. I CRN. i war, RS.nl 13 I No II Av. .Ii. .1 M.n U lti\. r %  MRSKV, Rabbi l>..v Rer, father of ., ihu Sw Iraky, iqilrtl ual Ii ad %  r nf Israelite Center, died In larael Mo) i\. ILOCrT, Joaeph, 7*. nf ".'.'• Michlcan %  \ ..-In New York, tl-rili'ii •IOSIN, William, :•>. nl MS Kami ra Ave. Bervlcea In Minneapolla Gor>lan. ROCHEFSKV. Kfemuel, 77. ..f II II i •.i.ui U fjarvlcea In New Vorfc Cllv. Hi vt r-l.l.. HAAS. Mra Eftelle, ::'., % %  < I7S1 Alton Rd., died May SI. Rlv< raMe KELLER. Mra Minnie, TS, of 8337 SW i"th St., ilii->l MH\ 31. Rlveralile HOTTER. Rdward. 80, of ML' Meridian AMRlveralde. WEINFELD. Mra Martha, 88, .f IH IV Cnd st Rlvi ralde. HURWITZ. 1.1.nl-. 8S, ,.f in Rlacayne Ivd., died Mas 18 Man lei s In nn, .M.i-RH • ralde KING. Harry, "". "f 1574 Rnval I'aim \\. riled Mas -"• Rlvi r-i.l. MCHTBERGER. Rita M 19, of lsll %  r il Oale I >i Rivet Idi BROWER. MiJoyce 15, Ol '' NE • %  Ii Si S. rvlcea in New York .. ralde CALVIN. MrHi mine M., nf .1 HI vie.. in Clevi land Rh Ide. "•'ALTS, MrMini .i 82 \; mis .-. i \ j. • %  in N. Rlvi raide a s. I .ii IS • M, r RICH. M.i\ I. ''. of • "-''• Wi -I kllm \l Rivei COHEN. i:i! • %  NK I .lull Mi} %  • I %  '%  II • -i.l. • NBAUM. r • i. •... of • a Cleva.i ltd i BELMONT. K ... nf 134 Vvi %  • B! RNARD. •".. k, '.-. k | RIM r-id. DORPMAN, \'.i ,. .,i .. %  %  \\ n New •> i ',. I: i > • Rabbi Koslowsky Passes WOODMERE, L.I. — (JTA) — Funeral services were held this weekend tor Rabbi Aaron Jacob Koslowsky, a leading Talmudic authority, who died at his home here at the age of 100. Born in Poland. Rabbi Koslowsky came to the United States in 1900 and served as executive director ol the Slobodka Yeshiva Prominent Yiddish Poet Dies LONG BE Mil. \ V (JTA) -\..i-i n Kurtz, a prominent Yiddish poet, lecturer and editor, died in his home yere after a long illness ;it the age of 72. In a related development, a group of men in brown shirts and trousers, believed to be members of the National Sac ialist Party in Australia, met in a Sydney suburb to celebrate Hitler's birthday. In a television interview. Sen. Cohen displayed an invitation from the Naii group to a birthday party for "our beloved fuehrer." The Nazi-type mailings, made up principally of -vicious attacks" on Jews and Negroes, is entering Australia from the United States, Sweden and South Africa. Sen. Cohen told Parliament. The matter was raised when P. Aston, a Liberal Ml', referred to previously introduced reproduction* from the anti-Semitic book. %  •Judaism Without Embellishment," published last year in Kiev by the Ukrainian Academy Of Science. Mr. Aston asked the Prime Minister whether, in view of continued anti-Jewish propaganda in Russia, he should instruct the Australian representatives at the United States to bring the issue up, and to seek aid from other nations to bring pressure on Russia "to stop this infringement on human rights." Replying, the Prime Minister said h'e had seen "this wretched publication." He expressed the hope that the Australian views would be heard and have tarreaching effects at the next General Assembly. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NiVTICK IS HBREHY Ul\ h.N '!>" the unili mla-ned, ill H ">-' '" "£* THK I'M IVPT* i" [I'M M-"-;' 11 'Drive, Miami l-eh, Pta.. In tend ......... i name lth the MK -I ircull I'ouri ol "1 %  nW pAl-I.KWITNEY.8oleOw LEGAL NOTICE %  FE'N. I'I ll'll HOOKERMAN. I %  Inn v • • Si 1 : OKEEFE. I IHtlt • l"' N'W llh .-i ,).• I • Ivn Rlvi i ldi HAAS. Roberl I' Ml. of '"'I Alton Rd .i • a May 27. II i • reldi COHEN. Harold M I, nf II* NK ITIHI HI died M •• '• Rlvi di ANDERSON. .1..-. |.h • %  !. of %  •" % %  '• lnin i-n Hi "led Ma< u %  ... in r i R ka\va> N Y Kl> STONE. Max, "'. 19101 VK 18th Av.. .11.1 M iv -''' %  t:n mid' WOLIN. MiBva, :i of 1740 Plni Tree Dr., dli I Ma> -'"•. Rlverid I • BERMAN. H"i -. ", Of • %  'it Till Bl Sen ii Si W Havei Newman. HOFFENSON. M b>lward, (II, "f I |..., \ |.; 'i..'I,,| St Rlvi i Hide KAZLOWSKY. Pavld, :•. of SI43 SW Hlarler Ter Bervli-ea In Brooklyn. Rlvi raldi ROSENBLUM. l.oul, i7, ol iSO M.-ridl in .^ • it..nl..ii SCHUN. Mi(Vila. J!, of 1142" < W ii.-i Ter Si IN IOI n Fon -' Hills. N V Rlveralde STONE Merrin, "•'•. of i26o I'olllna \v P ri.i-i.. n LIEBERMAN. I: Ii'. TO, ..' %  %  % %  '-'ii" .. Seivleet n I'atei m, N l Newin..n BLACK. S .ii Ii a, da il iiM .,.,1 \|. Ili il Run k IS.-.2 SW -HIi M I)|I ,1 M..> I'' iiiidon OREN. Ilaltle. 71. of 3K.7, S Miami \ s .'i. .| \la> '' i Sonli n BRAMEISTER. Snlhai K ..f M.i. Is Rrami • i mil thi I Ii Bve Krameh ler '•• I %  %  | vi %  Servli In Sat *>ta, HILLER. Mm 1 Ion i-: 16. Mli helai ( lo St >d Mas i:i Rlv. i -i !. RWIN. Irvlnit. 13, Ki v none I'I Rlvei LAZARUS. Sxlvan W SI 13 II SIMPSON, lulit %  • "' -"-' T San Ma%  Inn IT died May II. <*'"•' n. KAUFMAN. V >U 1 KRASNOW. Mm I Nl ... SIEGFL I.iv. i MNC.LR. %  • %  • I : i \ '; %  BLOCK SW MARCUS. %  ''''V M!\,sOV.KV '• I -i i nl.i NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE C.RCUIT COURT OF THE EtEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 6207 niKRRY w II: %  niff. II v.NSBl! I.KR WHITE, SlilT FOR DIVORCE T( i II W.-KI. I.EE WHITE 10112 Pralrii I" n II Mob Ii Alabama Y..,i are li-1. • %  > notified lhal a mil ,,r i ,.iii,.i.iini lor i 'ivn •• IIM rued .lu.imst you, and yon are re,,iill-. • i .'• -.IN' -i '"!•>' "' >' %  '" An BW i ur I'll adit i" the I'-iU ol > •" %  ', ..,, the pbilnclfra Vttorney, I'Ml. KWITNEY, BMQ '-" Lincoln Road, Miami lleavh, Florida, nnd (,'. ih. ..i la ual Anawei or i'i. auIn. in il.. "ii i-e ol HiClerk .i* the rir.ini Court "ii "i before Jtie iin da) "i July, IM4 n you fall to do no. ludgment bj di fault "ill ii.ik.n Hgalnal you for th ri II inanded In Hi,Ulll of • %  i.iii|il.uiil. Thla II. ,,i'.-all l" publlahi 'l om % %  each week for lour conaecutive week* In THE JEWISH I UHU1HA.N liuNK AND i.KfKKl.n at Miami, Klorlda. ihis 3rd day of June, A i '. 1864, B. B. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Uade County, Klorlda ,-,..,1) i:> : l.. SNEEHE.N, 11. |,nty I'll i k Paul Kwltnes. i.-'iii" U Llm "in Rd Miami Beai h, Fla. Attorney for I'I tiff ,^^ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW M.i'ii: IS IIEREItt UIVB.N ih'e mli islanid, ili '';, ,. I.r Hi. fMJtlmw %  %  / k PARTMI S .' i : rk oi Had. i-.wini FU "' Ui || NI. V X HANI; -KI 15. .RRII r II TH M I Vtlorn. tor AiMillianl fl IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR'DA IN PROBATE No. 63351 C IN RK i:-*.,'. UfSTAV BHRENI ICI.H. NOT CE TO CREDITORS To Ml Credltom and All l'< '•-""" rial na ot Dei unds Agalt -' Said ,:> V?.M are hen notified and re' '.,' i mamln whli h v'i '" the -i ite of HCSr.\V EHRI NV l'.U>, | at e of Hade County, Kli r da, ,i .i..., .., ini. ..unty. and rile Ih. aam; n .lil|i .ote and J, provided n -" %  > % %  %  ll ." M,u Bututea. I" their office, n Ih. Coun%  x Courthouae In Hadi I ounty. Klorlda. with n IX ''""' "' '"',"'"'" the time of the find publ itln h. re..,• the -.mi' 'II "barred Dated .'t Miami, Horlda, thin 2Sth da, ., %  \| : ,N \ I 14 \i viiiANNK S.IIMI:I./I:K A I Flml publication of thla • on il„. :,th daj of June, IStll KCRT w Kl.l-IHCH v ionics for Baiate ol UI-STAV r.in:i-:.M-'i:i t167 Vim. n.i Avi Coral %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63391-C IN RE Eatate of i.niis ill i:u ITZ, 1....-. I NOTICE TO CREDITORS To \n i'. .., .. ,,.i,l All r. ma II. IN andx Agulnal > ild notified and re, t i : ,1 •,. |.i .. ill unj .l.iiniand ot iv havi aRuinat -. ,-. of i. "iiis Hurwlia %  • %  %  fount] JudK' •! l'-" 1 "' ; '" • lnd .:••..!•;. KloiTflii > ... [ft. HI the County i ....i, '..uiiiN. riot .i.i. within -i\ calendar month* front flral publleotli II %  • reof, be b irr. d ,i ... Miami, Florida, this -nd ila ui June, \ i' I9< AIIRAH \M SCHAFER \Bxecutoi • publication ol h day i .i', IRK n NKI.S(].N ItlCHAHH A NELSON ,.. .. itoi oln H M an I i' a %  IN THE COUNTY ^DGES COURT N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORiOA. IN PROGATE No. 63261-A in RK I HANS 14 !.IN1".'t 1>I NOTICE TO CREDITORS .,.., u ,-redlti i mil Ml I"' i„ Claim* Oemanda Aaal Said E, You ar. bereh; ntll nulred ntv, i'i"' • % %  '"" n ih. ','' Hud. Hie I'" 1 "I n '."•">. "' ill i" h i "luted I' Mian I i lorlfla, l '-' I iv of luni V.H "' %  \l VRY KNN l INIXMMST \.i %  %  p .• Ioi %  tit K nolle, Mli ri EHKItl ,K M-I KRS, IIEIM \N K M .. \N %  n IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT O FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 6072 \V HBITCHIK fi SONS, INC., H I'.-IIII-N Ivnnla "i poral Ion, l'l:i I jOBEN REALTY INC a Klorlda ... |„.i.il Ion, el ill. I lefeli l.iniNOTICE OF SUIT -|-, i ,. -i National Rank of 14. ., national liaking • Kanlzed under i he law a of I I in'. ,i .ii' l Iedetal Sti eel lEoatnn, Maaaaehu* V,,u ... ,, i notll ed hat II above nptloiii .1 ai tlott ha bi en il ~i II ui. .i uuu n-i you iii ni' 'j •• i -.uii-i ,.f the i Seventh Judicial l"In nf Klorlda n nnd for tadi County i,.i,•,!,,-. ,1 mortgane uiion the follov 11 ii; .1. -• i li"-'l ll-"l"il> Parcel 1 l-"t elghl 18) "f Hloi lAarlv-fivi ilM of COMMKRCI.N Sl'BblVISHlN OP ALTON BBA< I aicordlim to the Plal thereof, n corded in I'lal BiMik •• :it I "aw •• the I'ubll. Record* "t I >ade Count i lorlda; Parcel 2: All of Itaj r jhl I lie ai nn. r. -i .iLeaai bj aaalKnmenl .HI i t,. that cet tain nltu I) nlni ( %  ., ."I.Ii) AH" rt C. I unmarried man, and, Hlxli b. Ha don if.'Mii. rl) IHxIe K S lllvai I,,in,..I hj her huaband, (' B. Ha; don, Hi. -''I Albert C. K thi .-..,. I Hlxli K Haydon II :-. I ..•• K. SnlliN .ni i ." 'in" Hi' i-aiiacltieM IIIndividual* ind Kxei-utuf and Kxi cutrlx ri -, • ctl ; v ..i ill. 1..1-: Will and Ti -' of I llxle Lee Kowlel di I • -' 'I I...... %  in M.i tin Ri alt) i "o hlorbla eoriMiratlon, us l..--1 dnti Jul) II. I40, : led Jul) IT. :.•!" III recorded In • I Book 27'.i ui ''•'MI ,,: ihe Public Ri '' %  Count) I1 la, covet Ing the folio l na di .. I lied propel ly, %  ate, I Ina nnd being In I lade t" r. H 1 %  vv i I I ... • I) nf Bloi k K ,\| VIKRCIAI. SI lilUVI i,.\ tiK VLTON I'.I'.A'II '"I thi I'lal thet eol ri rded 1 !.'," II,. item .inf I lade Count) H' da TOK. ih. nnd 11 tlon .., ||. ipi II, It'll ..I %  n i Book :i 127 of the Public Recorda ol I '• %  %  I Together itli all inn i n. nl nou and hen -.n.i landa nnd i he fl> in thereto, and ..II n I '• I" ... ,u ..n.i pr iflt> %  rult and -.u.l premlai .ill u hi. ii are ii' ludi .1 within lie fo going di %  pt 'ii and Ii ibi hi i. 'i \' 'I -•'%  -•• %  "' %  %  "•'" wni. i and other hi iting. klni ,.,,. Ilafhting, |i nmhlnVeiitilatlliK, i' niratiiic and l"' B \ -:. mand fi\nm -. lib %  '" a) hereafter pertain t" ., .i u ith, in or "ii aaid pr. i \ .ii though the) i" i i.i'i' ,. di : y.,;i are required to file your f In plaintlff'a complaint with i Clerk "f Hi' afon nald •' mi t, at neTv .i cimj thereof upon idulntlfl attorneys MARTIN FINE and BKl \\l;|. i \. -. .itsi 'N. mli Fl r lat il lluildlnK, Miami, Klorlda 31 .,!.. iii.iii Jul) 6, ::"'t "i Pro I '"iii' aao i ll '•< i nti -i \"ii. Hated: June I, 1964. i: || I.KATHERMAN ,-i, i, ,,i the Circuit Court laenl) B) K M I.VMAN. Iieput) Clerk Mart n Hi Ii Bernard Jacobaon \ i ii. i foi i 'lalntiff llih I'i...1 l >ade Kederal BldK. Miami Klorlda ,S1S1 Dignified, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones am a source of very real comfort to alL •*tWl StjXltlSlVI itWlSHl.l.llli''' .:IY MAl'^OI I '•" M0 1-7693 The World Jewish Congress is represented by Mrs Philip Bcrman (fron*. lefl of Aiientown. ra., at me tcem J**iBoard mortmg in Bangkok. M.s. Berman reported on the role oMhe WJC in'support of UNICEF throughout the world. IN THF COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 6331 In I ll \i:i:\ %  i iRl* s NOTlCfi' TO CRCDITORS IT) VII Creil %  **!{ '. .,,, hereb) I and reyou niiy h, ute .•: n VKR1 I, ., .i lat. ... |he i". %  > i r jut \ %  %  %  S .• .AN i I MAN \H \ Hot ida 3 1130 :i'i--•' %  IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE MTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLriR DA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 6068 1, -r N WARRfi and 1" 'RA RfHBVRRRI v Ii NAV VRR' I, i-lfi I'll.Iniff-. \ 11: in l \[ ,i" ivi It'VBRA, • al, 11. fi n. I.I NOTICE TO APPEAR .,., virtTt'S .-I' v .i Kn • -" co I'HII.IP RIVBRA, Jfi V1KI INK RIVERA, JOSK.l'HIN IRBZ, .i li MRS I'llll.t I \ • I V. .lit JOSE RAKAK %  i.os l:i' 'S. NICHOUA .,. .i \ i, rfiVIEB BRIM AT. VMCNBZOl.AN v. v ., • I ,s I \ CBN C N'M.SKN '"-' CO., SCCRH %  y .... at i •. and i aolvi d, thi ..ll unkt evil •.,. %  "'"' oi hi n -, b) at under or W .... I I %  •. %  ha< i ,.,. :.. havi an) i 1KB %  -; in and t" tl p|i dem lied Re* unkii ni n YiU' %  RK IIBRWBY NOT1KI1 ol M"i I), d aRKinal v.. II on i, ll wint di Ibed |iropei I). I, • i. in I tin, k 15 of KEYSTON lSI.ANIi No i i to tl pi.,, ... ,1 in PI f thi Publli III '., I I \ -'I ill %  ii 111 bi l A VN : %  %  w %  %  VMi \" I Miami i • % %  Ida i, :,-12-19-:



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+J*nirtfkr*jr*r Friday. June 5. 1954 Hebrew Academy Third Graduation tae Bet. -iemy Dr j_ M I pa It* tftC %  %  I 1 Award SlMiA Jam Assails Soviet Anti-Semitism .— %  i — J 1A —A Belgian Socialist appealed to Soviet L'nior. aiair.raor. _.,;._ Ifl .' • .: *lth Ml -lore all tbose in e trying to ur.and itrue Mar • ... Parliamentar:'-rmer }: %  abinet •inister, assailed Soviet amim the current isj .< %  of •-'*; Bui ,-lgian %  purtj • %  any blind and m -.ihich is • • .• • With nun.' %  • the r v. ill tended by %  PTA %  The choir. ner. \ .ademy. will offer a proj Pioneers Have Functions Here A regular r %  r 'hapter of Pioni v a: ra!. 1234 Wa.-hin:I-aac: 1 of the chapti ed for 1 nuai Mr-. Milton <,: %  Miami -rat.-; Club I r.c-.-i a Hot •lay 14 %  • • %  afteni • the I ral Hungarian Restaurant Mrs. Weiss rained wit.: "he Harry Simons library of Beth David Synaacgue is awardd a Citation of Merit bv the National Jewish Book Council of : .merica. Mrs. Albert Beer, library chairman and M' S Ml.:. Rosenba-.-r. librarian, are shown proudly holding the '. 16 %  .: recognitic Axs. Jesse G. Mays left,, past president, is installing officer s Mrs. Robert A. Stainbrook 'second from lefti takes on a econd term as president of the Woman's Corps of the Papanioloou Cancer Research Institute of Miami at the Carillon -lotel. James M. Albert, president of the Board of Directors f the Institute, received a check in the amount of S35.00O from ne Corps during the installation luncheon, which was chaired y Mrs. Seymour Kagan (right). The 26 Hebrew Academy students in the 9th grade who will receive dipicmes at the Junior High S^nool graduation exercises next week are .seated, left to right Baruch Raibag, Nathaniel Wouk. Irene Malavsky. Maxine Z:squit. Robin ZeDcowitz, Eve Wohlfarth, Sandra Ehrenreich Ira Oster, Jonathan Geiger. Second re -Aleft to right Rabbi !•! orris L. Horovitz, cssistant principal. Steven Finkle, Mar; Sommer. Solomon Weiss, Stanley Gliksrr.o.. Robert Stein Haim Almagor, David Abrarr.s Barry Benenfeld. Thomas Weiss end Rah;. Alexander S. Gross, principal. Third row left to right Keith Stcirr.an, Maxim Corndon vid Roth, Jonathan Roth. Marvin Melnick. 1rael Porush, Gary Resnick. and Mark Bunin Temple Judea Women's Evening Bowline Seymour Schulner and Mrs. Al Kronow.i: League comes to a close with c banquet al the Candlelight Inn, followed by the play at Coconut Grove Theatre. With their first-place trophies aie (left to right 1 Mrs. Henry Solloway Mrs. I. D. Sirkin. Al Kronowitz, sponsor, Mrs. Others receiving recognition were M:: Chcrles Rosenberg, Mrs. Kenneth Surloff. M: = Joseph Moskowitz Mrs. Arthur Lewis, Mrs Hy Lipson and Mrs. Irwin Weissman. fess/^ HEALTH with every LUXURY BATHS Swim In oor mm temperature-controlled twin coi.ode pools. .. o„ paho and u „ d.clc,.. .din. on go.rmet tooa.. .done, ana 0 e •nt.,ro,ned...aolf onour two 18-h 0 l. Championship courw,. AH PO '* l 1 0nd '• C :~' ; n in ** Vinp, -.*< plenty of ..citing n.ght l>f. w.h b,g name ,nt.„aine., in rh. nearby Soop.r Club*. Bo-n. .-, 0,1 ,0. Ocl ., and poln, do. tot.n.ion and Wgu. in ,h. ..p.* b.,,,,^^ figl „ in W Mi *gn .. .relieve rhe not.sm, Of tnntu and high blood pressure. Try a new WHIRt POOi utu %  yo. purchase yojr both tide's. ^ !" '* ""



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Page 6-B +JenM) Flericlfon Fridav. June Wi Socialite ... ly Isabel Cj, Installation ceremonies of Emma Lazarus Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women were held Apr. 28 at the Skyways Motel, with Mrs. David Sherper acting as installing officer and Mrs. Alfred Reich as guest speaker. Chairman was Mrs. Ada Gordon. Left to right (kneeling) are Miss Edith Simmons, treasurer; Mrs. Henry Steinhauser, parliamentarian. First row are Mrs. Edith Karsh, treasurer; Mrs. Irving Herbert, president; Miss Mae Bium, recording secretary; Mrs. Reich, past president of the chapter and past president of District 5; Mrs. Lillian Simon, historian. Rear row are Mrs. Doris Lezak. program vice president, Mrs. Ruth Barson, membership vice president; Mrs. Jean Berman, corresponding secretary; and Mrs. Elsie Melman. sentinel. Tuesday evening at Washington Federal. 1234 Washington Ave., with the piogram teaturing a "Fun Night." New Chapter For Asthmatic Children Officers ol the newly formed rystal Chaptei 11 Asthmatic Mrs Albert HockMrs. Morton %  %  president; Mrs ': easurer; Mrs Mrs, Lou Serbin, Vlbert W e< retaries, At the group fir>t official held in ihe home Mrs Edward Cowen, Miami Beach, fu lure projects were planned and discussed. The Asthmatic Children's Home in North Miami Beach will be ly to admit its first group of children during the summer ot 1964. It is a non-profit charitable Emanu-EI Day School Holds Closing Exercises Raphael K Yum.-, chairman ol the Board of Education, announces thai Temple Emanu-El will hold i xercises for the Solomon Schechter Day School on Friday, ai 10 a.m, Children of the nur sery, kindergarten, and elemen tary school will participate in a specially written progri m entitled "Holiday Jubilee." directed bj Trixie Levin. Dr. Irving Lehrman will present certificates to the kindergarten department. Ami-Semitic Incident MELBOURNE cJTA An other incident ot anti-Semitic van dalism was registered hi re this week when swastikas wen found daubed on the walk) o! the Kadi man Jewish National Librar> here. Police began an in\ i tion, Sevei ..I weeks \ leaflets were distribute I here in Sydney during the anniver : the W ..i iaw Ghetto r< volt and the walls ol a building hous the Melbourne Jewish newspaper were daubed with anti-Semitic inscriptions and a window in the building was broken. Continued from Page IB his family in Lakeland, an other son I apt Alvin Jacobs and h fivi offsprin | ol Wash tngton, D C and take a look at the World's Fair Mrs Jacobs in owadvertising manager lot The Industrial News in Cali fornia Ins and Hairy Mufson have returned to the Eden Roc after several weeks in California Thej were nous* guests at Frank Sinatra's Palm Springs home for part ol their vacation Public relations exec, Beverlye Keusch flew to Sarasota for naming ol new ne] hew. -on of sister and brother-in-law, Rabbi and Mrs Bernard Shoter Luncheon party for Ulyan Cohen hosted over the weekend by future %  -' in la Mi > Jer ome Silvers Among guests at the gathering in the Cate Jardin Suisse, Mrs Daniel Coh en. bride elect's mother. Mrs Frank Cuttler, n er ol the prospective -room Norman Cuttler Mr. and MrMilton W celebrated thenfourth wedding anniversary with a dinner party at Chandler's I nt, Sunday night Making the a festive one were Mrs Wand's daughl I Ann Winter and Mr. and Mrs II. rold 1.. .II lywood Beach Busy week recently for the Lamentot 1940 Hawthorne Ave Bernard receivi I I di : > m the Scottish Ritt Freemasonry, w ife Barbara %  %  • %  ited into I %  older oi Mir Easti rn v i • ter Judy MiEmanuel Palgon, v. as installed dent ol Evening Division, N row tional Council oi Jew i en Mr. and MrMax \ lea\ ing 1195 Mai si : their summer h m in | ton. L.I where : ounded by 8 children children and -1 plus children Localites leaving ne> day on Piom • round-trip tour. Mrs Quaker and Mr. and Mr u i iii-tem sailing on '/.. new luxury liner, the Sh Among :.: ifi for slit bert. 16. 1964 Beach Hi fishing and camping I Accompanying him will dad. Leonard Z..bc rl ai er-ln-law Murray Rul Come fall. Sheldon will inI ook le irnin l i 1 New Orleans I I Phik Lin. • >m %  i I I I Mrs. Klugerman Heads Lorber Mrs Gerald K new president of 1 l Children's Asthma Ri lute and !! %  '. -i n e as the chi ; lallation dii ner at I Rivag< u i'h Dr S i • n E\ ening t Mn >i,iry Brehm, Mrs Len • Mrs Perry tltfield Chapter vice %  164 65 are Mrs Mrs Man Abebon. Mrs Teller and Mrs • %  %  Beth Jacob Games Party %  | : • '• rhood fun and game: la) at : 30 p %  n id 1 Ladies Bible Group Has Anniversary Organized in June, 1963. at the home of Mrs. Abraham Korf. the Oneg Shabbat ladies group will celebrate its first anniversary on Saturday by again gathering In Mrs. Korf's home. Dedicated to the study and discussion of -The Portion of the Week" and "Ethics of Our Fathers," the group has completed the Five Bookof Moses and close to -ix chapters on "Ethics." Discussion leaders this week will be Mr. and Mrs. Saul Porush and Mrs. Korf. Membership Tea Sunshine Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will hold a 'Member Bring A Member" tea at the home of Mrs. MornBernstein. 1380-4 NE 13th Ave on Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. KING ARTHUR'S COURT The STROLLING VIOLINS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run # TU 8-4521 ART BRUNS, Co-Owner THE LERNERS Catering for All Occasions Eitjbluhed in 1945 JEWISHAIAWICA** / DINING JE 1-3817 MIAMI FAC.Lrr.ES BEACH FAMOUS 671 WASHINGTON AVE. 'ftesjaufant IIH.VM'II.H SERVED DAILY 4 P.M. to 10 P.M. fOft BlAUTIfUUY C AIMED AffAIRS CRYSTAL ROOM of the L0MBARDY HOTEL SAXB-ELL -VUJ3 1\\TKHKItS Call Mr. Weiss UN 6-6226 If No Answer Call UN 6-5278 I EL HAT 1 1IIIO SPANISH RESTAURANT Specialty of the House "PAEILA VAIENCIANA" OPEN 11 AM Til -0 P V. DAILY 2322 N.W. 7th STREET, MIAMI Phone NE 3 9496 Continental nw Kosher Caterers Ccrla Marlier plays the ballet dancer used as a pawn by Jean Gabin and Alain Delon in their audacious scheme to rob the vault of the Casino in Cannes of a billion francs in Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's suspense thrilier. Any Number Can Win." Picture opens Wednesday. June 10. at Wometco's Maylair and Sunset Art Theatres. WEDDINGS • BAR MITZVAMS BANQUETS UNLIMITED -. i „,.. our Home Ho or Sv9ogue ss •£& sss, ESS *— 'S&risssr 8393 TW HAROLD PONT tnd IRVIN GORDON GORDON and PONT R0SNEI CATIIEtl *\M% 170 N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI %  p H ON6 A.IA< MOUSI WEDDINGS BAR MfTZVAHS %  MCVTIOM



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P=ae 2-B +Jfirtfhri'Ji3r Friday. ;_.-.e 5 jog^ 800 at Hadassah-lsrael Bond Event iienc* of S1 Mn DuiJ Efiie Platoif become the initial recip :" the Henrietta Siold brad Monday aiteraoon at h Hotel. .;..:. H Ism ...:-•:.eomi n of the State o: .-.ood. Israel Consul General Zee* 2. Dover, in his farewell public appearance here prior to reassignment to the Israeli Foreign Ministry in Jerusalem, represented his government at the luncheon. S| Hi r:' the event? were Miami Beach Chapter of ups, and the Greater Miami Committee for State f Israel BondMiss Lillian Goodman was chairman and Mrs Fred Jonas co-Jiairman of Mrs Max Weitt and Mrs ? a ~ ue! T. Sapiro. Trustees for Is rael. 00 its to the Pi I-rael and the l i I Stati Mn ir RubeL inator -ated s for H%  • '. ^ tion. Ki i for i ,ie in the Is 1 %  nducted -• tel ": Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink, honorary chairman, presented Mrs. Platoff, who was the first Israel Bonds chairman for Hada:sah in 1951 with a special Israel Book of Honor. V Bartli chapter pre.-iCify of Hope Chapter Meets Regular meetins and game night of Robyn Tub.n Chapter (.-> of Hope, is slated for Thur> day. June 11. at 8 p.m in the I --• Federal Bldg.. 125th St. and We. Mrs. Na! Banh left president of the Miami Beach Chapter of Hadcssch, congratulate* Mrs. Hcrrv Effie Plctoti =r.d presents her with a folio to be included ir. the Book of Honor presented to Mrs. Platoff ct the Hcdcssah-Israel Bends Sweet S.xteen' luncheon last Monday at the Dorci Beach H Mrs. Platoff wes the premier recipient of the Henrietta Si Israel Award :n recognition of her outstanding -.. State of Israel Israel Senas and the commui Si Iney Ritterman. Miami Beach, hjbi lad presi• • %  ., South Florida Council of Presidents 'f Children's Asthma Research Institute and tal at Denver Other officers are Mrs. Robert Herbert, vice president; Mr\i bert Dubler, treasurer; Mrs Law rence Scherr. r MrAdolph Stemplc. corresponding secretary. Pn -..•••: the fix constituent CARIH chapteran Mrs Mar v:n k.. ••*-. Brea'v : !..:• Mr-. Siephen Cantos, Greater Miami. Sin ild KI german, Lorlxr. Mr.Betram Whitman. Miami Mrs. Paul -iman. North Dade: .': m Morris, Peahk Eight Dade Count) intractable asthmatic children are now in Den\er for medical care and Cost .tS 000 a per ihild and most staj :3 months The hospital also has jn extei into asthmatic n-ting medtei doctorOnly instituti n ;r 3ininf| Home', programs of I ment and reaaarct] -rviriedl by voluntary' the world, th• Young Israel Groupsi Plan Installation n Joint installs • | y ln ^ : .'1 of Great. lates ;planned : Sundaj erj ine at 8 p m ^ Rabh r-her duct Dr Sol N "f Young laMH hLerner. Sisti MrFred Einh -. PTA dent and Will Club president Ceremony will a buffet -uppi-: featuring comedi; Bob Chairing the v : aj Frand. a--. • %  •.;• Nacbman rk< itb '-irAnna Bre" A omen _n for the r Stati (Is rael Bonds, in planning UM eon. extende I p in behalf of H_ Last year the Miami E' local group in line niton in 19^4 SaporitissimiL. (jesluuakste! ...The tastiest! Unc describe I o I r English— 1. -%  :fa ie ot :. CHEF BOY-AR-DEE*' Spaghetti Dinner 5 iL Spaghetti Dinner Yomen Students in Recital on Sunday Music stu den ts Ellen Kleinman. 13. and Meline Singer. 12. will be presented by Margaret Yomen in works by Chopin. Beethoven and Bach on Sunday at 4 p.m.. in her studio at 1800 Michigan Ave. Mfaa Yomen -A ill also perform several advanced compositions by Rachmaninoff and Grieg in the musicale. A furmer student at Juilhard School of Mm Miss Yomen hain charge of music at the mi Beach YMHA. Hillel Founn of the University of Miami. Ttrr.pie Israel in Miami. She was director of the Chil li for ( ater ; iano an t of Bea h -. years. Rabbi Stern on C/t. 10 Rabbi Tibtir H Stem -: leader of Beth Jacob C tion, will be heard on the Small Voice" on Sunday. 10 am. over Ch. 10. under the ausr of the Rabbinical Association Greater Miami His top:c will be The Office of the Rabbi in A ica and Israel." Caught cy the camera after formalities at the Ronev Plaza of the North Shore Chapter cf Brc. 3 rith InJrtaDation luncheon are from left Mrs. Arthur J. Smith, v-.ce preside.-.; Mrs. Louis Rollnick. and Mrs. Irving W. Mande.l. Pastrami? Nothing goes with a good meal like TetlevTea! m r -. and BULK. BAGS AND 'NSTANT Tell your husband you made them yourself. C--; •-'* in ttrs aae packafe? Cook toe | PBfta M.st CO odd o. •--•• |a .w.three— SOJCI Top w th !ofi of I.ppy th..t. tat? qu f g.ir. roll*, •webuo'-o 1 Com olf obo-l 15< p.r -. -g. STIEV* %  • *4 %  *.-.s r.-.e t, Racsi jaccc Conta (Just don't forget to throw out the empty box) Av*ii.eiE AT TRC:EN n nos EVCRVWHCTC



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l*age 6-A *J mM > ncridffon Fridcy, June Heads of State in Meeting Continued from Page 1-A in which every nation can develop resources in freedom and ce. He said thai he is pleasi I to have Mr. Eshkol come to the United States and emphasized that this is "the first official visit by a Prime Minister of Israel" in this country, although other Israeli Prime Ministers had visit! i the United States informally several times in the past. "It gives me great pleasure to say 'Shalom'," he told Mr Eshkol. Prime Minister Eshkol seemed deeply moved by the warm words of President Johnson. Persons who witnessed similar receptions i i foreign diginitaries all agreed that this was one of the warmest accorded by President Johnson The welcome was conducted on the White Mouse lawn, amidst martial music, saluting cannon. and formations of troops. The Prime Minister and his party were landed on the White House {.rounds in President Johnson's private helicopter. y Mrs. Lyndon Johnson, smiling graciously, pre tented a bouquet of flowers to Mrs. Eshkol. Present at the ceremony were Israeli diplomats and Trio Heads Hanna Senesch A presidium composed of Mrs. I Henrietta Lorber. Mrs. Sam Eeidman and Mrs Frances Benjamin uas installed at the Algiers Hotel en May 4 as leaders of the Hanna Senesch Croup of Hadassah. many State Department officials ol rnj:h rank. Prime Minister Eshkol, expressing appreciation for the spirit in which he was welcomed by the President, said that Mr. Johnson's friendship was "of deepest encouragement" to the people of Israel. "This moment will always remain with me," he said. He emphasized that the aid and sympathy given to Israel by successive U.S. Governments, and by the people of the United States, "are engraved for all time on the tablets of our renewed nationhood." He conveyed thanks to all Americans on behalf of the people of Israel. I The President and Mr. Eshkol spet 20 minJtes together alone in a top secret exchange. The entire meeting of the two leaderspent 20 minutes together alone in Participants later revealed that the President showed great under standing and symapthy for Is rael's problems. Premier Eshkol had an opportunity to explain the whole range of Israel's views on international matters. The President was reported to have displayed knowledge and in Sight into Israel's problems and voiced admiration of Israel's achievements. He appeared ex tremcly pleased to meet Mr. Eshkol and discuss with him in a nian-to-man manner, questions of crucial interest to the two countries. • | JKeaaers +S>p>*:iih — ^y$t the ^_ Hail Mr. and Mis. Hurry Miner oi Surfside stand in front of the famous Chaqal stained qlass windows in the synaqoque of Jerusalem's Hadassah Medical Center. The Miners are on Hadassah's "Around the World Tour." Mrs. Miner is a life member, trustee and tree chairman of the Miami Beach Hadassah chapter. B'nai Raphael Kindergarten Fall term registrations in kin dergarten and nursery school are being accepted at the office of Congregation B'nai Raphael. EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: All my (lavs. I have grown up among the wise, and l have found nought ol IK (ter service than sil cine, .-.ml '.he scholarly Kabhan Simeon Hen Gamaliel, a -real grandson ol Hillel, it is believed. \\o. among the English-speaking Israeli-, in the late fifties and earlj sixties, in Jerusalem, can recall many occasions of loose t.ilk that proved exceedingly harmful later There were expressed fears Often that Prime Minister Ben Gurion's harsh criticism might "offend Anglo Saxon Jews. Our fears wre well-founded for this is what followed, inevitably. Contributions to Medinat Yisrael suffered seriously as a consequence, according to many sources throughout this country. Jii.-t recently, an Isaeli representative charged poor support to Israel. In some Orthodox (oi lions Vlri. dj there are \ ery vocal reactions to his remarks, and even it it be true, it seems that a costly and significant lesson ol the past is quite soon forgotten — ali too soon. Can the young state of Israel at ford -mli short sightedness, or perhaps -mil enthusiastic reproach to from an authi rized Israeli repreZionists oi the Diaspora — and sentalive, no i. -' S. SILBERMAN Miami Beach We look in vain to this should expect no l x, need none. Tin v a of our forgivem The Catholic Church || sorship for the \ '' pr *l eall.no the work the V. 0 ,TJI Their Bible points accusation in m; we expect this I I urch I disclaim the h. .,' J 'I any portion ,,. „ book? The) .... ,!,.., lth %  game of musical chan „„rl out chairs. We will bl •• ,„* on nothing, not even respect. Of all the contra i affair of the Nazari n< which vitiates aln been said, are Jl before h.s judge Pi • couldest have no against me, i xc< pi n ihee from abovt then delivered me unto th,,. A ^ Xhf greater sin (John 19 II 4 makes God the bet ray i the sinner against DAVID B. -?YPHO Miami Beao EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: For weeks, months even, your paper has voiced the opinion oi various heads of the Roman Cath olic Church thai a pronouncement would be forthcoming absolving "the Jews" of the death of Jesus. 100 COPIES-$2 (PHOTO OFFSET: Anything you need copies ot LETTERS „ BULLETINS i "'Produced on LISTS Bond Pooer REPOTS (WH.lt YOU WAIT CONTRACTS Cosn l"1 Serving Miami Smtt 194 95 N.E. 13th Street PHONE FR 1-0815 SUNSHINE PRESS Some of the members of the Keren Ami Council of Temple Israel's Religious School who this week will distribute close to S2.000 collected during the past year. Front row, left to right: Elliott LaVigne, Mary Levkoff, Robert Epstein, Lessie May. 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Friday, June 5, 1964 + ln*l*tnnrlrttrr Page 7-A *vfl wkf • 1 *, ^ T r* f-A f f *j HiA T V Jv WW i Mitl jm Greetings Exchanged by Leaders of officers of the Bureau of Jewish Education shown seated left to riqht) Joseph Cohen, reelected president of the Bureau: Mrs. Matilda Ratner, honorary president; Mrs. Lillov, honorary vice president; Al Ossip, vice president. : are Leonard Zilbert, vice president; Judge Frederick N. Barad, vice president; Louis Schwartzman. executive director of the Bureau. Not shown are Al Sherman, reelected lary; and Melvyn Frumkes. reelected treasurer. %  lacob Cohen Chosen : or National Award .in h (' Cohen, honorary life nt Befti Jacob Congrega d noted philanthropist, has imed "Man ol the Year" by :• Zionist Organization of .i and Israel, At ceremonies to be held at the Americana Hotel, June 17, New York City, Chief Rabbi of Israel Dr. Isar Unterman will present Cohen withthe Chief Rabbi Htnog Gold Medal Award. I'uring Friday evening services Beth Jacob. Cohen will receive %  official manifesto and procla atioa from Rabbi Tibor H. Item, Mike Schaifer Receives Three Communal Awards Mike Schaffer, president of Macey l Schaffer Organization, was recently the recipient of three civic awards. He was awarded the National Junior Chamber of Spark Plug Award; plaque for his chairmanship of the IV: nr.c Cutler Ridge Jaycees Interfaith Youth Conference held in October; and a silver Boy Scout statue was presented to him for public relations activities on behalf of the annual Patrol Camporee held at Dania. \\ VSHINGTON JTA Follow ing ithe l< xl ol President Johnson B welcominj h lo Prime Minister Eshkol d >livered al th \\ lute House law n ceremonj: "Mr Prime Minister, ladies and gentlemen: l am very happy, Mr Prime Minister, to welcome you to our country, Your predecessors have visited my country informal l. several times in the past, but this is the first official visit by a Prime Minister of Israel We are pleased thai you have come Mj countrymen greatly admire the progress made by your people You have met and mastered monumental problems of economic survival You have shown all the world how to use science and technology to improve man's life on the planet. "Today, Israel is a vital, prosperous land, a symbol of the courage and the strength of her people. The United States is proud to have assisted in this high enterprise We are prepared to continue our contributions to technical advancement In Israel, particularly in the field of desalination of water. We are aware. Mr. Prime Minister, of the problems of polit e arou scd ope and i onl throu hi world %  The prophet Maiachi, i Imosl three I ind j ears ago delh ''red tins eternal message: 'Have w not all i er: hth rm' • Go i en ated us' In face of the danger to human suiv,vai u oai tune, this lasting truth, and with it, the sense of common destiny is cutting across the barriers ol hostility and ideolog) which divide nations. "Prom Jerusalem, the c'ty >i>i immortal prophecy, and peace, I hear with me the best wishes the people ol Israel, to you Mr. President, the first citizen of this great country. You fulfill the injunction of cur sages, to !ov< peace and pursue peace "Mr. President, from this great center of government, here in Washington, symbol and repository of democracy, there has constantly come forth a message of encouragement to nations in their struggle for libertj and the affirmation of human values. The aid and sympathy tendered to us by successive United StateGovancient unl r iki n link betv i., ople of Israel and th land of Isra %  %  It is o bi liel thai a le proph yd I ition of Zion ib ing fulfill d will the prophi • ; ol universal peace be vind cati d. "Mr Presidi nt, I that'. > from the heart for your friend which ia source ol the encouragement to my pi ople. lai es the future with laith and hope ical adjustment that Israel faces eminent*, and by the people of the United state.-, are engraved for all time on the tablets of our renewed nationhood Through you, Mr. Preswith her neighbors. We know that you want to live in peace with those neighbors, and we believe it not only posible but imperative Commerce that those problems be peacefully received a resolved, bringing justice to all as wel as security for all. "We welcome this opportunity to exchange views with you on matters of mutual interest. We -hare many common objectives. Mr. Prime Minister, chief of which Ident, I wish to convej from the people of Israel to the people of the I'nited States, a heartfelt message Of good will and of best wishes for their happiness and welfare. "Mr. President, this moment will always remain with me. For me. it is symbolic of the providential Wayne Alan Cypen. 13. son of Judqe and Mrs. Irvinq Cypen, 320 W. DiLido Dr., has been elected president of the National Junior Honor Society of the Ida M. Fisher Junior Hiqh School for the school year 1964-65. Low Cost Israel Tour Offered PARCELS to RUSSIA • SOUMANIA • POLAND HUNGARY • LITHUANIA Food, Woolens Suitings. 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I am decades ago engulfed one third ol confident this visit will result in j my people, to the new epoch of in increased understanding between dependence and construction which %  topic of the 1 us and a strengthening of our already cordial relations.'" Spinoza Forum "Why Honor Spinoza?" will bv Dr be Premier Eshkol's Response "Mrs. Eshkol and I are deeply grateful for your kind invitation and warm welcome. It is a privilege to meet the statesman on whom destiny has laid so vast and historic a responsibility. In the short time since you. 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[mdcv June 5, 1964 ^Jenlsirhrtdttain Page 3-A ostcards Lured Jews to Nazi Death UJA Renames Marshall Harris IRT (JTA) — Os,i squads compelled u ,.l dims M Auschwitz to .,-,!> to their homes. "' „ r h mailed from the Ger,.„, r : t of Waldsce, saying ,,-igj, wan here," a BrazilL i, u •.-nian who had acted ,, |.. a man between the late [doll Eichmann'! Gestapo units. md th HunfUiUl Jews testified, tre i v reek. Thr Braallian. Laszie Petoe. lomted Hermann Krumey. one Ki>— Finn's chief Budapest ;,.. told how Krumey had ',nd<,: dim a stack of thousands posti Is a week after the first latch ( Jews had been sent to %  He it d Krumey told him to nail MM cards which indicated |lhat ibty had been mailed from Valdset and declared the purnose as "to lull" the Jews [••ill regaining in Budapest into feeling that they would be feent to a similar resort. witness, 72-year-old u riter historian Eugen [. sed both Krumey and • ndant, Otto Husche, of | ticipation in the Eichi an lor the liquidai Hungarian Jewry. He | (ourt the Krumey had (• up ipecial internment camp Bud; pest for Jewish intellee Hi said the camp was bombed by the Nazis, then comb ed for survivors, who were sent t'i the gas chambers in Auschwitz. Some, he said, were sent to .Mauthausen, where they were kilted, The director of the Auschwitz Museum in Poland, himself a former inmate of that camp, told the court trying 22 former Auschwitz fUSffds, doctors and administrators that at least 3.000.000 persons had been murdered there by the Mid-Year Confab Opens on Friday The mid year conference of the Board of Governors of the Israel Bond Organization, which will be held on Friday, June 5th and Saturday evening, June 6th. will pay tribute to Prune Minister Levi Eshkol and highlight his role in advancing Israel's economic development, it was announced bj Abraham Feinberg, President of the Israel Bond Organization, The Israel Bond conference will he held at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel m New York Approximately '<>"' Jewish leaders from all parts ol the United states and Canada will participate in the tribute to Mi I-Mikol. who tor eleven yearprior to assuming the premiership, served as Israel's Minister of Finance and the chief architect ol its economic growth. Nazis "but the final toll is still unknown." The witness was Kazimierz Smolen, who had spent almost five years at Auschwitz, working most of the time as a clerk in the registration section. He said that, "by the turn of 1943-44, we knew that abont 3,000.000 were gassed there. Manymore died in 1944, but it is immensely difficult to calculate the total figure. So far, it has not been done." The witness identified two of the defendants, Oswald Kaduk and Hans Sfark, as murderers at Auschwitz. He testified that Kaduk participated in the last two hangings at the camp, on December 30, 1944 He charged also that Kaduk was one of the chief figares in the selection of inmates —most of them Jews—for gassing in the Kirkenau chambers adjoining Auschwitz He accused Stark <>i many murders, although Stark was barely out of his teens at the tune. Marshall S. Harris has been reelected to the Young Leadership Cabinet of the united Jewish Appeal. Announcement was made by Joseph H. Kanter. Cincinnati, chairman of the UJA Young Lead crship Cabinet. Harris, active in civic and welfare work, lives at 7751 SW 78th Ct., is a member of the executive committee. Greater Miami Jewish Federation, co-chairman and former vice-chairman of the Trade and Professional Council Combined Jewish Appeal, and a member of the AppeaPs campaign steering committee. He has also served on the Federation's board of governors and chairman of the Young Men's Division, CJA. He is national vice president of the Jewish Occupational Council, vice president of the Jewish Vocational Service of Miami, a mem ber of the national committee on leadership development of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, and serves the l nited Fund of Dade County In 1964, the United Je#tstf Appeal seeks a nationwide goal of $105 million in behalf of more than three-quarters of a million persons it must aid throughout the world. UJA aid programs are carried out by its three member agencies: The United Israel Appeal-Jewish Agency for Israel. Inc., which helps to receive, settle and absorb immigrants to Israel; the Joint Distribution Committee, which aids Jews in 30 countries, includ ing Israel where it conducts a special welfare program for ayed, cbonically ill and handicapped immigrants: and the New York Association for New Americans which assists Jewish refugees to the United States. The United Hias Service, which provides for the resettlement of Jewish refugees to countries other than Israel, also benefits from the UJA campaign. J Zamora Religious School Picnic Annual picnic sponsored by Temple Zamora Brotherhood for students of the Temple Religious School is scheduled for Sunday, 10 a.m., at Crandon Park. Pit 1. Competition in baseball, volleyball and badminton for the children, parents and members of the Temple staff, will be held, and having contests for all ages will be included in the day's pro-ram. Prizes will be awarded the winners. Refreshments will be available. Toback Makes Honor Fraternity at Missouri Louis Toback. completing his first year at the University of Missouri, has been initiated into Phi F.ta Sigma, national honor fraternity tor freshmen based on. scholastic achievement Son of Mr and Mr-. Frank Toback of Coral Cables. Louis plans to major in journalism He is a 1963 graduate of Cables High and worked on the schools Year Book. MARSHAU HARRIS BETH DIN OFFICE IABBI OR. TIBOR H. STERN 1061 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach JE 1-1969JE 1-6150 /f A: a recent Jewish National Fund Supper in the Fontainebleau Hotel, the Me Ami Golden Book receives special blessinqs Dr. Irving Lehrman, chairman of the Foundation for JNF, as RcDbi Mayer Abramowitz. JNF president for the Southeast Region, and Zev W. Koqan, chairman of the Jewish National Fund Executive Board, look on. 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F,r.-. ; for.e 5. 1964 +J m if l> flcridFi&n Page 13-E Localites Present Painting Exhibit Mrs Mortimer Jacobson (left), national Hadassah treasurer. Irs. Nat Barth, president, Miami Beach chapter, at the qroup's donor award luncheon May 25 at the Deauville About 1,000 guests heard the visitor's talk on "An Im.1 Month That Was." Beach B'nai B'rith Has B6Y0 Program B •• li B'rith youth or ,ii meeting <>t the Miami ol B'nai B'rith, will Wednesday, B p m at .ido Hotel Fink, .i past president "i i .,: | former president S luth Florida Council, will :< the program arranged .him Robinson, Greater rector, BBYO Kimller. Biu. member, %  nt to Israel last year on B'rith scholarship, and Bill i in, .i member <>f AZAc ai B'rith boys organization. a went to Israel on a seholiship and was BBYO delegate tin World Youth Conference, I give tlrsl hand accounts ol t: ,li bers of the B'nai B'rith rls Debs Will lead the audience p tinging and illustrate i : the activities "t a typical i %  eeting d Schwartz, lodge president, red the appointment <>t t elect Joseph L Goodman man Ol the annual Fourth Independence Day rally d bj B'nai B'rith. M'ill be held at the Beach Auditorium on the ,iul> i with numerous na -tate. and local officials art Federal Savings and Loan GET AWAY FROM IT ALL ;i I J fI %  %  • ." • %  || ..•. % %  %  %  • % %  ih w ia -J 10*9! I< %  >' A rti puce rtiftol ;.. .'*. ''w 9* cottf A 1 [ \ t J IfthMMUnd %  *>:. e ft \. o til* 1CJ ANCHORS AWEIGH UATCI BIMINI B'GGAMC nWI EL FISHING CLUB e "I IN THE BAHAMAS 'ot ''c ,r ni> o\*4 your travel agent M call W ^tRSAl ASSOCIATES, INC. 111? — $th St., Miami Bench il <-2938-TWX 30S-6968340 will cooperate with lodge in .spon-.nine the the Assn Beach rail) The lodge will continue it> week iy luncheon meetings on Tues da) -. noon, .it the DiLido Hotel Pre-School Tots Are Graduated First graduating class ol Temple Sim new I) formed pre school was addressed bj Commis •loner Harold \ Gre< ne Kindergarten children participated in a floral offering service prior to receiving thendiplo mas. Both the pre-school and the kindergarten children presented "We Take a Trip'' preceding the graduation ceremony Temple Sinai announces thai a third class will be added next year. Information may he obtained from Mrs. Yvette Cole or Mrs, Bather Shrago, or l>> visiting the pre-school any morning from 9 to 12. The paintings ol Kl aine EhrenI 1.111/ .uid P^ E L'lmlrr will tic shown at the Summit Gallery and Restaurant, Dadeland, from June through Sept 15. Elaine Bhrenkranz has a BA degree from Cornell University and did graduate work in art at New York University. She has exhibited m Columbia, B.C., At lanta, Sarasota and al the Butler institute. First Lowe Gallery National Exhibition. The noted artist has had one man shows at the Norton Gallery in West Palm Beach, Miami Beach Art Center and shared an exhibit with another artist at the Lowe Art Gallery. She was recipient of the joint first prize at the I960 Lowe Gallery member's show, won the gen era! capital award at the 1962 exhibit there and received an honorable mention at the Loft Florida Invitational in 1964. E. E. I'lman. who has received awards at 12 national and regionJimmy Baros Given High Scout Honor Jimmy Baros will receive the N'er T.iinid award, highest honor in Jewish Scouting, during Friday vening sen tc conducted by Rabbi Mori A Skop at Temple Beth slur, 1I1 (HI Saturday morning, Jimmj %  ill chant the blessings and Hal lorah in honor ol the first anniver.. i\ 01 InBar Mitzvah Mr and Mrs. .1 W Baros, Jr., 12785 SW 84th Ct i ll host the Kiddush in their son's honor. The first 111 Troop 502 to earn the Ner Tamil. Jimmy is an eighth grade student at Palmetto Junior High where he plays trumpet in the school band vj^l exhibitions including the Four .XTts Award' in Palm Beach, has had one man shows in San Francisco, Seattle, Miami Beach Art Center. Norton Gallery of Art. U0-1 Palm Beach. Mirell and Baskin Galleries in Coconut Grot e Her professional experience and teaching include sessions at the American University. Beirut. Leb anon. Anglo Persian Institute. Iraq. Modern Museum of Art, New York City, and University of Miami. The artist has a BA degree from Mills College in California, and attended the California School ol Fine Arts in San Francisco Nik's Visit Ups Tension JERUSALEM — ( fAi — For pign Minister Golda Meir told the ( abinet Sunday thai Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev's visit to Egypt last month had contributed li> increased tension in the Mid die Fast Reporting to the Cabinet on the visit, it was understood that Mrs 'Meir stressed that, despite Mr Khrushchev's relatively moderatt ; nti Israel pronouncements, the longer la) in their being miscon strut d b) the Arabs as a sign ol H \ ict -upport even ol \ ression. Beth Torah Honors Students First to complete three years ol study beyond the confirmation level at Beth Torah Congregation, Toni, daughter of Mr. ami Mrs Ewald Ziffer, and Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs Julian Frank, were honored during Fnda> evening sen ices recently Rabbi Max A Lipschiti adiressed the students, and they \ ere presented with diplomas and gifts on behall "i the congregation, Tom has been a counselor in the s nagogue Da) Camp, and assiste in the Sunda) S< hool St.-^ < n ; j been a leading member of Rabbi I i| -. hitz's > Lasses during the last three yeai seniors -it North Miami Hi ii School and have .it led t h< Religious School lor the past nine years Golda Meir Club Names Chairmen Climax ol season's activities for Pioneer Women. Golda Meir Club, will be the annual Seven Seas Cruise leaving from City Yacht Basin, Pier 8. on Sunday, June 14, at 5 p.m. In charge of the get-together will be Mrs l'e.ui Krieger, first Child Rescue Fund chairman All funds realized will go to the Child Rescue Fund. Chairmen who have been appointed tO serve the club during 1964-85 are: Mrs. Oscar Zelt ier, Child rescue fund-; Mrs. Anna Quaker, Moetzel Hapolot; Mrs Meyer Kahn, membership; Mrs William Beckwith, Mrs Sonia Robbins, culture; Mrs Anna Sorin Bild, publicity. Mrs Maul. la Fox tor Israel; Mrs David Lippman, iourn.il Mrs. Jimm) Dunson, sunshine; Mrs. Esther Kulchman, Mrs Bes sie Epstein, Integration; Mrs Lillian Bornstein. telephone. Mrs Merry Kleinman, Jewish Nation al Fun.I. Mrs Sofia Zohn, Mrs Kay Greenberg, sick committee; Mrs (Catherine Victorhouse, dues. I Siyum Hatorah At Young Israel Rabbi Sherwin Stauber, spiritual leader ol Young Israel of Greater Miami. announces a "Siyum Hatorah" was held at the syna gogue!s new building, :> NE 171st St. A'gift from Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Uttgar, the Torah dedication followed the ancient tradition ol having the final chapter of the b) Rabbi Morris Fruchler. a qualified scribe. The ceremony began with a procession trom the home of Mr. and Mrs Ungar, with the Torah placed under a canopy car ned by the officers Ol Young Israel, and followed l>y the Board ot Directors Students of the Hebrew School accompanied the procession while chanting appropriate Hebrew songs At the synagogue, a religious ceremon) ol welcome to the new Torah was held Rabbi Alexander Gross, pi,mi pal ot the Hebrew Academy, was guest speaker : UNSCV1 POWER 1$ TM£ GREATEST.' % SPIRITUALIST and t CARD READINGS j Willowy Jennie Lee Duteil. 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Fridc luns 5. 1964 +Je*lsMt>rldiari Page 9-A 0 M \ nas and prizes were awarded lo the 15 : ...ites of the Central Hebrew Hiqh School • e Bureau of Jewish Education at interi graduation exercises at Beth David eqation recently. Diplomas were resented to 45 qrcduates of eight junior school departments of Beth David, Beth • ( Beth Torah, B'nai Raphael. Israelite • : remple Menorch, Tifereth Jacob and ./ Temple Zamora. Standing are Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau, Michael Paupa. Saul Siiverman, Paul E. Klein, Sherry E. Giant. Judith Weiss, Anne Weiss, Binnette Sommer and Zvi Berger, director of the high school. Seated (front row) are Ann Porges, Kelene Fruchter, Renee Richman. Paula M. Grossman, Sharon Siiverman. Penny Jane Eerk and Rachel Schwanenfeld. Beth Shirah Graduation Held i'ii• Friday family night >-r a B.'th Shiran, con%  •• b) Rabbi Mom> A. Skop. 20 % % %  i 'I the Tempk kini \sa graduated t<> I he Chsi cl iss are i \ Lloyd A; i laum, i; Jeri Cain, I >-nn Co% %  • i eld ma i Debra i Ghetzi, EIli n GoldIn -in. Audrej Krohni:li Ronald N'adel, Marcia Ra e Roi chan, Lex i i'sean ibert Samu< .-. Michael Stein, Neal haecter. Director ol cursery-kind rgarten Mi Jane Schulman Town Hail forum Schedules 'Lawbreakers' Panel Session "Do You Adnure Law break cr-'" isubject ol The People Speak Town Hall Forum on Friday, 8 p.m., in Washington Federal Auditorium, 1234 Washington Ave Panelists will "< %  Leonard Coleman, civic leader, businessman: Miami Beach Police Department; i i tective Sergeant Lai rj Cotzin, Bernard Baron, Social Secvice Department ol Miami Beach; i haim Rose, moderator Question period follows, Leadership Honored All new and past leadership <'f Beth Moshe Congregation Sisterhood will be honored at the seasons tinaI meeting to be held Monda) evening in PopieJ Social Hall Refreshments will h served Edwin Pont Rolls Up Honor Roll Record Edwin, son of Mr. and MrKan.Id A Pont. 2101 S\V 4th Ave who will enter his junior year at Coral Gables Senior High in the fall, has been on the school's honor roll every semester. The 15 year old Student received two written letters of commendation from the school tor scholastic a c h i c v e iiient He plays violin in the, school concert Edwin Pont orchestra. for which he received a block letter in music, and is a talent singer. Mr-. Pont is the former Helen Zalkin of Charleston. S.C. The PontS have a daughter elected 'o serve .of Beth Am Youtl p at a rooting Mo:.ining. Other offi-. Goldste::'. vice Ldent Sharlene Malin, re terry: lack Gunther, treasurer. 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"age 14-A +.k**isHftfiridtor Friday, June 5. 1964 Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDIIN A Study Abounding in the History of Jewish Ethics f RKE ABOTH. Edited bv Isaac Unlerman. 408 pp. New York: Twayne, $6.50. DIRKE ABOTH, or Saying! of the Fathers, are tradi tionally recited and studied every Sabbath afternoon tvveen Pcsach and Rosh Hashona. Many synagogue id> groups, however, select this part of the Talmud for eif attention, as do numerous women's organizations in ) intellectual offering to their members. Dr. I'nteran. rabbi and jurist and .Miami Beach resident, is the thor of some thirty books in English. Hebrew and Yidsh* including the recent "A Light Amid the Darkness: odieval Jewish Philosophy." He has edited what he am a "useful manual." which in fact seems somewhat iK than that. His selections from the Mishna include extracts from the most noteworthy scholars — Midrash Samuel, Nachlath Aboth. Maimonides. the Aboth . the assassination itself, ami the imediaU aftermath is to read "Dallas i iblic and Private." by Warren Leslie irked six years for the Dallas News aid came to under• and the booming city well also as assistant to Stanley arcus who. both as president of the famed Neiman.arcus Store and as a thoughtlul member ol the Dallas iwer structure the Citizens' Council, knows what makes Ifg D" tick. There are insights in Leslie's book for those especialconcerned over certain Jewish considerations in conforeign News letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN Israel's Labor Troubles B Jerusalem THE TIME these linos are in print, the sit down strike ol Israel's Postal Workerwill be o\ er As ot now. for three weeks, whatever letters do receive, In most i further their < onl having in the meantime bl come obsolete. \\ Ircll. • aj. ma) prove that a lot of letter writing is superfluous However, this assumption is hardly borne out by the public's reaction and by economic expe Is. Simultaneously, there is also a sit-down strike of Internal Revenue collectors — which to the gen eral public proves a leaser nuisance — and its Impact on the Treasury hardly needs much elaboration. The fact i.s that these two sit-down strikes are but a manifestation of Israels turbulent Labor front and oi a far (rung wave of labor disputes whichbrought the country's services to the verge ol a complete breakdown. Plagued by reourring strikes and strike threats, the Government had some time ago initiated a job Classification program. However, it ran into opposition of various groups oi public servants which considered that the) were not being granted the status and pa) they deserved. This program has not been abandoned, hut M far. it brought no respite and. null in!, even produced higher tension. Paced with the dangerous deterioration, the idea of arbitration was brought up. Originally, the idea was ore of compulsory arbitration, but it encountered some opposition inside Mapai quarters and chiefly in the ranks ol Ahdul Avoda, with w the Mapai leadership hail to reckon in view oi the continuing talks about a unification ol the two Labor parties Hence a compromise was produced substituting the idea ot compulsory arbitration with that of agreed arbitration and moreover. Stipulating that the arbitration effort be limited to the current labor disputeonly However, many wonder whether such a course would provide the remedy to the more fundamental problem involved in the recurnui: disputeand demands ior higher wages — the problem of maintaining the country's economic stability. For the past two years the Government has been laboring hard to preserve the precarious wagc-and price balance to keep inflation at bay. A wage raise above and beyond that tied to the cost of living index and with no relationship to production is bound to upset it with all the dangerous consequences involved. It is admitted that in some fields wage adjustments may be needed and it was for this purpose that the job classification program was initiated, but what could a one-time arbitration shot achieve' nection with the Dallas drama. A Jew. Jack I. Ruby. has in ins own strange way riveted this kind of consider ation into the Texas picture So has Bernard Weissman, the 26-year-old salesman, whose name was signed to the provocative anti-Kennedy advertisement that appeared in the Dallas News a lew hours before the President was slain. Pi hie Sgt Patrick T Dean lias testified that Night Club Operator Rub) killed President Kenned) s alii assassin, Lee Oswald because Ruby •wanted the world to know the .lews do have guts" The Ion., tune antiSemi tic propagandist, Gerald I. K Smith, has concluded for his non-think readers that Ruby, known ., good part ot his life as Jack Rubinstein, was part oi a conspiracy to silence President Kennedy's killer Retired Hear Admiral John <; Crommelin. ol Alabama, has opined "Communist .lews killed Christ, Lincoln. Garfield and Kennedy." And in a section of the Arab press, the entire Kenned) tragedy boiled down to a Zionist plot. Although the hook. "Dallas Public and Private" never hacks away from the special problem created for .lows b) such footnotes as the one.just reviewed, the important work has significance transcending this parochial interest. For lure iscon the foil) of placing all civic confidence in those distinguished by their capacity to accumulate money and blithely to lay on the line the guarantee oi material support. The Dallas Citizens' Council grew i ut ol the Texas Centennial ol 1936 and is, in Leslie's words. ,i collection Of dollars represented by men With the single exception of the president of Southern Moth odisl University, the Council seems composed ol business interests only Dallas has the largest Baptist church in t le world, the largest Methodist church in the world, and i ne ot the largest Presbyterian churches in the u rid; but no clergyman has a place on the Citizens' Council Nor do doctors, write!-sociologists or even lawyers Money talks for Dallas Or at least it did until a President was slain in the city Now it ma) be different Now at Ion city < :' less than a million souls with a murder rate higher than that of all of I with 45 million peo| upon a public relations man to help guidi through the jagged maze ol the Rub) trial, a citj .ears but several billion dollaraway from frontier life — that city is forced by the irrepressible march ol events to reconsider its course and perhaps to reorder its method ol making judgments At the heart of such reappraisal must certainly be B Critical examination of the powerful role ,I the Rabid Right in Dallas. No thoughtful resident of the Texas city will be able to shake off the nightmare realization that GOT. John A. I'onnally, who suffered gun wounds when President Kennedy was killed, accommodated the extremists Of Dallas by officially proclaim,,,, tmted States Day in lexas when the followers ol M ,, ,;,.„ PA Win A. Walker and other Much Society Ianwere trying o humiliate i N Ambassador Adlai Stevenson This "was loss than a month before the Kennedy assassination. Panorama: including the Statement from Oemara that I: .. ? sary to make a fence so that the divine and II .„ should not be submerged in the mundane, day-to-da) li| t and in order to keep people away from tranOne needs particular competence to judge the bo,* for its integrity or excellence of scholarship It abound. of course, in history and folklore, and in the kind of ethical guidance in which Jews have always delighted the wise and often humorous twistings of the mind and spirit of the particular brand of morality which i. n pressly Judaistic. It is the sort of morality which is simultaneously a burden and a joy; and nowhere I think does that combination of emotions come through more compelling!)than in "Pirke Aboth." The introduction by Louis Schwartzman. cxei director of the Bureau of Jewish Education ol Greater Miami, seems exceptionally thoughtful, studded with factual knowledge, and eminently clear 1 am I i familiar with the complete library of translal commentaries on "Pirke Aboth," but Dr L'ntet contribution, indexed, with a glossar) ol Hel A terms and several other appendices, appears to be i I uable addition. Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOIAR Council Is Rebuffed THE STATE Department %  played justified caution in renting to meet with leaders nti Zionist American Counci udaism on the question ol ion ot the concept "Jewish Pea •le." However, the Department anevertheless trapped by tin ouncil into writing a letter on his subject to the annual tin I I i..„ ,.. ...c .i.ii,v.ionist group Showing that, in the, the future, the State Department should be evei more cautions when dealing with the Council 1 Judaism loaders. It is true that the letter which Assistant S, i tary ol Slate Phillips Talbot wrote to the Council is not the kind the leaders of the anti Zionist group expected and this is probably the reason why the;, sought al-u a personal discussion in the State Do partmenl in fact, the Council did not make publu the full text of the letter and chose to present it only m part, concealing the fact that it was rebufl b) the State Department Nevertheless, the St,-,i, Department unwittingly permitted itsell to be drt ged into correspondence on such a delicate subject as i lehood which, in the Jewish case, has vari definitiot the great majority of the Jews. Jewish i' !l hood means helping each other when in v ol aid, even II they live in different countries American Jews are helping not only Israel but also Jewish communities in other countries And this i'ru.• not only with regard to the United Jewish \ peal and the Joint Distribution Committee, wh aid is ot a philanthropic nature, but also with i gar.izations like the American Jewish Comam B'nai B'rlth winch maintain offices abroad for fiuirvM tf protecting Jewish rights ever) where inis lespecially true now In the case ol the united front which American Jewry has established to fight for Jewish cultural and religious rights in the Soviet I'mon a fight which the State Depart moot understands and endorses, I'ndcr such or cumstances, it la questionable whether the State Department acted wisely h> permitting itself to be provoked by the Council ol Judaism into an attempt to discuss the "Jewish people" concept By DAVID SCHWARTZ What Presidents and Prime Ministers Talk About wucorir AI UI*. yHERE IS ALWAYS a more or le-s formal statement issued alter such meetings athat ol President Johnson with Prime Minister Eshkol. This state ment takes up the affairs of state chs CUSSed, but Prcsid nts and Prime Ministers are human beings and they discuss other matters which are'nut referred ti in the official release The Hebrew daily, Maariv, in Israel in a recent issue says that ,t knows one ,., iue things J resident Johnson will inquire about from Mr Eshkol He will ask how Shomer is getting along? Who is Mr Shomer? Shomer is not a mister. He is not even a he Shomer is a she. Shomer is a cow. Israel's prise cow It is believed to be a world champion. Weighing a ton and a half. Recently, writes Maariv, a lawyer friend of the President who also has large interests in the cattle business and has sold Mr. Johnson much of the stock on his TOMS farm, visited Israel After seeing the places of historic interest, he inspected Israels cattle and was taken to see Shomer He was ecstatic about Shomer and said that, when he returned to Washington, he would be sure to tell President Johnson about it. The President prides himself on inown Texas farm stock. 'I his .story brings hack to inv mind a storv about cows in Israel of an earlier vintage, related in mv book. Hanuka l.atkos. which, by the way, I recommend to all as most suitable for a gift or for your own reading It ilull of humor and information. What more can I sa) about it? Hut let ii. get hack to the story The time was about 1920 — at a meeting Of Zionists in Now York over which Dr. Stephen S Wise presided. One of the speakers wa> good Zionist who had just returned from visiting some or the colonies in Palestine. He came back from that visit with a heavy heart and a sad story. There wore not enough people with know-how among the Jews who had .settled in Palestine, he said. "Why. do \ou know," he sa.it in such a thing as buying a cow. they will often turn to the rabbi for advice?" In the land of milk and honey, thev didn't even know about raising cows. Everybody was depressed. The depression was lifted a bit when Dr. Wise from the chair quipped: Well. If, no t so bad. Over there in •h,Kw. ,n ,h ,he | rabbis choos he cows. Here the cows choose the rabbis.



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. r nge 14-B +Jewish ffrrid/for Friday. June £ 1964 .eacling off Mt. Sna ; Hospital's 14th annual postgraduate .edicc: seminnr held recently at the Fontainebleau Hotel were (left to riaht: Dr. Leonard L. Weii, chairman; Dr. dlip Samet, program chairman; Leonard L. Abess, president :J Mt. Sinai hospital; and Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of Temple : -nanu-El, who gave the invocation. AJC Inaugurates Training Programs i rican Je ish I ommit• hainaugurated a -er,vof lining programs I r members uuty Relations Boar Is d the first of these "ill t.iki a retn at atmosphere in i! I \ ev York, on June 6, : Samet, Florida RegionDi ol the American Jew. .• l Committee, will train 30 repre ntatives ol official boards from e m rtheastern part ol the Uniti i States in community relations • chniqui • Mr Samel has been quested t'i develop these pro ims in order to enhance the %  ills oi lay memberu ho have en appointed to these boards in %  eir individual communities. %  re are plans for a similar proam in th South. Mi'.<:... Finkelstein ithc Greater Miami %  ii • American Jew ish %  i Nursing Home Raises Fla. Flag Hrw! formal ceremonies led by c a te Sen. A. H. Ryan marked the i-itv "I a "verj special" State ot "ii'li flag at Hollywood Hills irsil i Home in Hollywood, newop/ ned loo bed facilitj at 1200 35th Ave.. in fashionable Hoiwooi 1 Hills. The State tla^ was presented to seph Kuimaii, administrator ot storj. cokmial style nurs^ home, by Gov. lamBryant, rough the Florida Development immission in a met ... tent to •! with the flag, Gov Bryant :-!• I am vcr> pleased with the' I '...'. seen and the .' rt ad com ermng llywood Hills Nui ime. I needs more 1 icilitiei r. ssing such modern thinking d trulj humanitarian insight into e needs ol th" convalescent and • %  all) ill sing ceremonSen Ryan toured the nursing me for which he helped break ouud. Stopping to visit briefl) atients and personnel, he al he was 'great 1) im1 • I — even beyond mj -t eapectaticmi Miami Hadassah Salutes Workers at Donor Dinner Dance On Sunday night. 7:30 p.m.. in the grand ballroom ol the Fontainebleau Hotel. Miami Chapter of Hadassah will salute 300 active workers and husbands at the annual donor dinner dance. Mrs Edward Cohen is president Ol the chapter Mrs. Arthur irer.-h l-ein and Mrs Leonard Herman are co-chairmen of the affair. For more than five decades. Hadassah. the Women's Zionist Organization of America, has devoted itself to advancing medicine, community health, youth rehabilitation and vocational education in Israel It has also conducted programs to foster Jewish and democratic ideals in the United State-. Twelve American women founded Hadassah in 1MI2. today, more than 318.000 memberthroughout the United States and Puerto Rico work in the fines! American tradition. Beach Groups Set Installations The 1964-ti.i installations for the Miami Beach Hadassah Gro ips were held last month. Deborah Group held a deid coii.< ins at ol Mrs Lee M iv Baj Dr Installm >| 1 was Mrs Milton Srrkin Renanah Grcu? held an 1: • tion ccl< brati al in • Rone; %  c Hotel. Installing ic %  : newlj pres denl 1 I the Florida ion of Hadassah Southgate Group held its Miami Physicians Attend Mooting i.\ 1 ; %  • • \c u York Citj cenl was Di Meyet B Marktin& ith l lorida I I the Ameru at J ish Phj sicians' I mittee Meeting with the presidents oi chapters located in Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, and New York Dr Markheard Dr Albert B Sabin outline the ambitious program anticipated lor the Phy%  :.'i ms 1 ommittee during the ing year. Medical arm ol the American I the Hebrew University, the committee haas its primar> aim the completion, equipment and mi tenai ce ol the : S< hool ol tin' Hebrew I'm. : sit) located in Km Karen. Jerusalem Dr Mark-, "the South 1 '"i i la chapter 1outstan I ing in its enrollment ol physicii although it is Imped thai anothei 30 Jewish practicing physicians will be enrolled during the current membership drive." Former Miamian Dr. David .1 Kaliski, who is honorary president oi the national organization, participated in discussions during the New York sessions, At a recent local meeting ot the gCOUp, note was taken of the nearcompletion of a s 10.000 project lor books in the medical school library, presented as a gift of the South Florida Chapter. Dr. Herman Ausubel, of Surf side, announced a $2,000 contribution to the Medical Book Fund, following the gathering. Other officers in the local group include Dr. Jacob A Glassman and Dr. A. B. Hollander, vice presidents; Dr. Philip Gotlieb, honorary vice president; Dr. Harold M Unger, secretary-treasurer; and Dr. Louis (.. Lytton. Membership Committee chairman. Documentation Center Open BUENOS AIRES JTA A Center ol Jewish Documentation. intended to serve the Jewish com. munity in this country, was dedicated here al the Sociedad Hebraica Argentina. The center is being co-sponsored by the society ind the American Jew 1-I1 Commitlee 'ii luncheon al the Algiers rhursdaj noon, Maj .1 Mrs, Joseph Rosenberg was installed as president for .1 term, and chairman ol installais Mrs Hyman .Mint?. I. R. Goodman Group held annual donor Balmoral Hoti! on Sat rdaj 1 %  ing, Maj 16 Dr. Meyer B. Marks ;standinq left; represented the South Florida Chapter ci the American Jewish Physicians Cc: tee. medical arm of the American Friends of the Hebrew versity, at a National Executive Committee meeting in New York City recently. Shown with Dr. Marks, president ere Dr. Philip Gotlieb islanding left), honorary vice presideiv 'seated from left Dr. A. R. Hollander. Dr. Jacob A. Glass: vice presidents, and Dr. Minerva Gordon, board member cussing medical education in Israel at a recent gathei,: the more than 200 members of the physicians' group in the home of Dr. Gotlieb. Mrs. Samuelt T. Sapiro (left) and Mrs. Samuel T. 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vJmtUli fhrUKom Page 11-3 YM and YWHA Announces Summer Day Camp Coordinators and Staffs mer ii iy camp -till ror thn i ms in Dade I nty tor he VI and YWHA ol Gi \: ha\ e been announced by Hoi hoi Rosenlhal, presid* nl %  ral i-1 rdinator ol i imm r da) < amp i Deration! is As soi late Direct i Emanui I Tropp Moml ers 'if i i ue's VMW bi nelil t"iV'ai iety I hil. Hospital will be a Hawaiian i "ii Saturday, al Wcstbrooke tr) Club. B5O0 SW 8th -t. n dance and dinner is schedulto begin at K p m, according Mrs Arthur Pepper, president lie I.' imuf. bairmen for the event are Mrs. Mark Kubin and Mrs M rison, Reservations are being .indled by Mrs. Gar) Seligman Mrs. Hill Lowenthal, Mrs. Philip Gassman is in charge 1 decorations and 'I" 1 "' prizes. ingements and publicit) comittee indues Mesdames Norman re, Barry Barson, and Morris Levitt. The Suburban League raises funds for support ol two cancer tients ai Variety Children's pital Members sponsor rum e salt -. donor luncheons, i -. and theater part ies to obfunds for their major proBuchwald, Elayns Insler, the Sabbath Queen; Lori Zanqen. Brad Alexander, Fredrc Weitz. Jackie PiOtk n, Ralph M-zrahi, Myles Cypen, and Dr. Lehrman. Ca c t members not shown, Ata Bear, Alex Cimelstein and Bruce Kcplan. A Attend services tab week atuour own bface of worsnip Annette Younq, executive social secretaiy at VVestbrooke Country Club for the past two years, has been named manaqinq director of the club. Miss Younq has been associated with VVestbrooke since the club was built three years aqo. For the past two. years, she has also been en the club's Management Advisory Board. When the occasion arises, phono HI 8-4994 West Flagler Attracting Crowds A field nt til of the nation's finest greyhounds will no to the post Saturday night in first round competition in the fourth annual $80,IHHI International Classic at the Flagler Kennel Club. Ever) kennel at the track is represented among the 64 enIries, If there is a standout in the e starting field, it appears to be Bill Ewall's Grave Glenn, who • i the Flagler Inaugural and mptly ran up a string of four straight triumphs Also entered ,,• Ri aring Drama and Ft* Hound, who ran second and third respective!) behind Suel's Rose in the lasl year's event With the p ruiar twin double as n magnet, the Flagler track is ofi i the Rreatesl start in its his tory with attendance ranging from 7.000 in almos.1 13,000 nightlj, over a Week's nine Cedars Orienls Women Volunteers 1 me mark* .1 "((per tsroom" at Cedars ol Lebanon H. sptal Ii tin Women's Auxiliary and \ olunteers ird K. Bronstein, hospital inistrator, announced that the %  1 ntation program, under the direction of Raymond it Gross man, assistant hospital adminis trator, and Mrs Ted Lotterman, I resident ol the Women's Auxiliary, drew upwards ol 250 guests. Hospital department chiefs explained visually and with live demonstrations the various workings of the departments. Included was the patholog) laborator) section, radiology, phycal therapy; dietary, maintenance; constant cardiac care center; and the nursing division. Group was briefed on the unteer's Role in the Hospital I munlty;" "Hospital Ethics, the Patient's Poinl ol View ;" Cedars 1 1 Lebanon Hospital Role in Post Graduate Medical Educatioi and "The Nurse in th Hospital Setting Jifereth Jacob Men's Club Temple Tifereth Jacob Men's t iuii services will be held on Sun ..> at !> 11 in. At 9:30 a in children's closing assembly 1scheduled. YOU GET MORE CALLS WHEN YOUR PHONE IS ALWAYS ANSWERED W can inswtr your phone in your own nm. Loss than $5 ptr week tor • full time Telephone Secretary. ANSWERITE, INC. TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE Phone JEfferson 8-0721 the full time proiled as camp Charles Plotkin, Miami Branch: Miriam Scnienixr-. North County Branch; and Burl Garr. Beach Branch. Members "i the professional stafl who ..ill serve as program directors: Sylvia Ruskin. Miami Branch; Marvin Perkcl, Beach Branch; and Linda Kaplan. North C 011 11 t y Branch. Specializ d instructors are; Pet%  t Jacobs, w ater-front, K\ elyn Hreenbers arts nd cralts, Miami Blanch; Gerald Koppelc, iront, J nee M inches, arts .1 id crafts, Miami Branch; Joyce lick, water tront, an l Ethel •!. -.:tand crafts, North Count) Branch. Each group i'en is 1 in 1 uiiselor, the I 0 1 col'.e ;i c or ler, the latter, .1 sei ior high sch il a on it; Branch Marcia Angel, Sylvia Clein, Joel Feiss, Robert G %  m Howard Hyman, Paul Kamin, 1 Li lie Lit, Fre I Welli Be Branch Linda Bishop, E izabe 1 Murra) Coh in, Neil I i bat m. Ell n Fried, Kenneth man El) sc Gilman, Da\ id Gi line. Nancy Grossman. Ji an K ber, An I 1 K ippele, Max ;ondra Spii gel, Richar and Leanora Weaner N01 County Branch, Eliot Richard Colton, Barbara 1 irlai Judith Gravatt, Nancy Hyatt. Miriam Klotz, Man Ri isman, Nicholas Rimedio, thur Rosenblatt, Juan S rial and Toby Vuni. Day camp staff memuers w undergo a full week 01 intensi training beginning Monday. Tra ing sessions will include woi shops in specific camp -kill-, d cussions around camp purpos and leadership techniques Si ;• cts to lie covered are gro 1 rogram planning, understandii and handling indh idui I I ;ro 1 eha\ ii r, dcM el ipmenl ol th an l safet) Ski orkshopwill be 1 • It [ts, fi Ik d lure st ing and R : %  ; at all three branch) i"u openin 1still remain in c tain age groups. Information 1 hi obtained by ca it fi( es. : BIRTHDAZE : Fourth child. Jeffrey Evan, horn May L'6 to Marilyn and Harold To kayer, 6070 SW 12th St. Joins Judith B, Barry 8, and Rickl Sheryl :t One of the highlights of an Evening of Tribute to the Com bined Jewish Appeal was the citing of the outstanding work done by women's leaders and organizations to help CjA mee its goal of SIOO.OOO above that raised in 1963. Playing ar outstanding role in the success of the Imperial House eveninc were seated (left to right) Mesdames Trudy Hamerschlac Frances Entine, Lawrence Silverman and Sol Silverman Standing are Mesdames Norman Hill and Anne Tanenbaurr. golfer's biggest holiday bargain on Georgia's fabulous Jekyll Island!!! Every resort luxury at your disposal. Beautiful air-conditioned rooms with sun terraces. 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Friday. June 5. 1964 -JmlstfhrkUan Page 5-3 By EDYTHE SCHINDLER Writes Modern Poetry Someone, some\> here unco wrote thai "the great* est perver.-ion is the retreat to the jvory tower.'" And ;i s e v e l y o n e knows, the tower %  %  %  purls go, Well, either H lo the nearest mi'). Hut also knows that "peris passe. Didn't you see Strangelove? Hi.' peel has come out. i ;i 11 mi wherever he w as i can !>< %  Found on the eolcanipus being encouraged. 'Iir "writer in residence." •ii al II' "s articulate, lie's %  I Can't Help Writiryj i Ui>' poet can he found in : expected places, hiding %  in.' tacadc of a building Horn and raised in South Carolina. Mrs. Lcvkoff was Class 1'oct at Duke University. W'th her husband, .lack, she has lived in Miami since li47 — now at 6020 Pine Tree Dr. She was \ ice president of the Temple Israel Sisterhood until the realization that the years, slipping by sans poetry, led her to disengage herself, and she "came back to poetry about five years ago." Her poem. "Green Fence in Manhattan" was published in the Saturday Evening Post, and she is Included in an edition of "Southern Poetry Today." She hai been published in numerous quality and little magazines, one of which is the 1063 edition of the "Southwest Review." Now she has a poem in the .lime issue el the "Ladies Home Journal." Mrs. Levkoff says, "l don't submit to the magazines regularly. I dislike the clerical work attachRUBY FOGE ontractor, an interior decorator, .. wife. Kuhy Fotzol Levkoff speaks in pure Southernese. but writes poetry that combines the modern and the classical The mother of two youna augblecS, Mrs. Levkoff say I ; n B eOBJpulsive poet I can't w Hting. I just find mj self ner and w rite. I published : si poem when I was fouri n, Tha New York Times paid $7.50 for a poem I railed The %  Came' ed. That's one of the reasons belonging to 'he Vivian Laramore Kader Poetry. Croup has been so helpful to me. The uroup encouraees discipline. And I have gained,also by hearing my work read aloud lo the group." Encouraging Discipline l.ast summer, Ruby Fogel Levkoff won the award of the Miami Reach Women's Club al a Poetry Breakfast. In 1053. she won the Poetry Contest of the Dado Count) Federation of Women's ClubS. Perfect A Ksu/er TO LOW CALORIE MEALS Solve that weighty problem *erve plenty of nutritiou*, flavorful August Brov Sread mad* from select spring wheat flour contains no shortening. • PUMPERttClCEl • BOHEMIAN BYI • BAGELS • VIINNA • IGG TWISt • FRENCH BREAD *EGG ROLLS • HARD tOUJ \<\\ her poem. "Silence." has won in the professional category of the Poetry Festival of Greater Miami. It was judged the winner by nine professors at the University of Miami. The prize was awarded by .Ionian Davidson at the Miami Womans Club. "Silence" speaks of busy people making noises who can't hear important things. We don't look at anything, much less hear anything." Judaism Makes Sense In her poem, "Esther. Mrs. Levkoff writes of "hatred grappling with a black three cornered hat." In "Silence," she builds up to the image of Cod. She says that if she hadn't been born Jewish she would have chosen the religion above them all. "It makes sense." says Mrs Levkoff. "There's no 'pie in the sky dogma, and Judaism has produced the Ten Commandments. So it meets my needs." Her family is neutral about her writing, but Mrs. Levkoff is far from neutral about the accomplishments of her brood. Her black eyes .learned as she told of Mary, age 11. who has drawn the winning painting for the cover of the Temple Israel Religious Note book. In her study is the framed prize photograph produced by Elizabeth. Ruby Fogel Levkoff appears as if she's done nothing more difficult than pour tea and dispense charm. She is trim, composed, and there is a quiet gentility about her that is comforting. It is only her Cleopatra eyes that betray the hidden fire, the secret longings. The Complexities She is quiet, and she can hear, she has practiced looking, she is involved. But it is as if those eyes arc looking inward, maybe upward — lor how could she be made to reallj feel and made a woman, loo' How :.i dwell in a private tower and be al home in Ihe world. (< o? • T Retired U.S. Post Office employee Herbert V. Lowenstein cm; his wife, Hannah, a registered nurse, ate now a full-time vol unteer team at Variety Children's Hospital. Both in the: 60's, they call the hospital their "second home." Mrs. Lower stein "just loves children," and Herbert operates the addressograph machine, delivers trays, makes ashtrays out of sec shells, and is always available for any emergencies. Th i couple live at 4860 SW 4th St. America's Light Beer Old Milwaukee Henry E. Mangels Co. 3550 N.W. 58th Street Miami, Florida NEW! FREE! A REVISED EDITION OF FAMOUS 24-YEAR HEBREW-ENGLISH CALENDAR .1// /.' %  Of Ihe %  I ftolilo I 9 73. This Calendar absolute! to our readers. 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x^ "Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 37 — Number 23 Miami, Florida. Friday, June 5. 1964 Two Sections — Price 2C Congress World's Fair Pickets bested at Jordanian Pavilion Premier Eshkol in U.S. On First Official' Visit pstinq "defamatory and malicious material designed to i hatred against krael and the Jewish people,'' the AmerJewish Congress last week picketed tne Jordanian Paviat the Worla's Fair. Led by Dr. Joachim Prinz, AJCon£ president, the pickets were arrested for defyinq the s anti-demonstration ban. then released without bail. In t, Howard M. Squadron, attorney for the Conaress, said rould file motions challenging the Constitutionality of the picketing regulation. Day attei the World's Fa:r picketa dozen Arabs demonstrated in front of AJCcnqiess' nail headquarters in New Yoik. Will Maslow. executive rtor. invited the Arabs into Stephen Wise Congress House hcuss the Arab refugee issue. The invitation was JeI.S. Supreme Court [ules Florida School sble-Reading Out' PHI T7XT Of CKttTINGS PAGE 7-A WASHINGTON—(JTA)— President Lyndon 15. Johnson welcomed Israel's Prime Minister Levi Bshki l here Monday with an unusually warm tribute to Israel's achievements and expressions of support of Israel's security and Middle F.ast peace objectives The President said he was aware -* DI the problems which Israel faces with neighboring Arab countries and was also aware ol the lact that I-rael wants to live ill peace with its neighbors. He stressed that he believes that the Arab-Israel problems could be peacefully resolved and that it is •imperative" to rcsolw them peacefully. President Johnson lauded Israel's progress, which he said is "greatl_y idmired" by all Americans. He ;aid that Israel met and mastered "monumental" economic problems, and has "shown all the world how to use science and technology to improve man's life on the planet." Calling Israel "a symbol of courage and strength of her people." the President said that the United states is proud of the aid to Israel and is prepared supreme Court Mondaj ab reversed a Florida Supreme ruling that permitted Bible li.: and recitation ol Loid ir III pnbli. schools The High cited us decisions of last lhal devotional exercises ol kind are an "establishment ol on" forbidden by the Con Ion. Florida law requires reading but does not men other pra licet | group of Miami parents also bted to baccalaureate proSis questioning children about religious affiliation and that [heir parents; and a religious for teachers. The Court's order today dimissed these %  plaints "lor want of proper 7presented Federal question." ers oi the complaining group •her Jewish, Unitarian or stic fostal Service hck to Normal I. AVIV (JTAl — Israel's stal service this week began ing at lull capacity for the time in more than a month. the ISO postal workers at Tel AMV POM Office returned rk this weekend following I I" < ial appeal by .Minister Of 1 Is Eliahu Sasson. Mr. SasSOn'l appeal at a meet "1 the workers came after Tel AVIV postmen decided fo Due the month long slowdown Ihich had already been ended other post officers workers In i mini i\ U.S. after The case came to th Supreme Court last term Florida tribunals had struck down such state practices as use of the school premises after hours for Bible instruction, exhibition of religious films in the schools, and presentation of Christmas, Easter and Chanuka programs. The l s Supreme Court sent the case back for further consideration in light ot its decision on Bible reading and the Lord's l'raver But the Florida Supreme Court approved the practices a Continued on Paae 5-A Happy Crowd At Airport Greets Plane Arrival PHILADELPHIA tJTA> Israel Prime Minister Levi Eshkol* landed Sunday at the International Airport here to brilliant sunshine and warm greetings. He visited Ihe Independence Hall here where Mayor James H. Tate i onferred upon him honorary citizenship of the City ol Philadelphia. Mayor Tate was the first American official to greet the Israeli Prime Minister upon his landing B< the airport here, lie warmly welcomed bun and the Israeli delegation Mrs. Talc presented a bouquet to Mr-. Eshkol. A State Department officer, Rafael San, ho-Benel of the protocol division. relcomed Mr. Eshkol formally on ill ot the United --at. Government and presented members o< the welcoming committee t>> the Eahkols. An enthusiastic crowd of more than MW persons was on hand at ish community held a public continued on Page 6-A World Jewry Nehru Tribute BOMBAY — iJTA) — The Jew PRIME MINISTER fSHKOl to continue its contributions U technical advancement of Israel, particularly in the field ol desalination of water in which Israel SO much interested Mr. Johnson expressed conf. dence that Prime Minister Esh kol's visit to this country will result in increased understand ing between the United States and Israel and will strengthen the "already cordial relations" between the two countries. H welcomed the opportunity to exchange view? with Mr. Eshkol on common interests and common objectives. The Presktent noted thai the United Mates. Israel is int< < -ted in building oi a better world the airport, some carrying plac ards in Hebrew with the word for "welcome "„ Queen Appoints Jewish Judge THE HAGUE l^JA) Queen Juliana appointed a Jewish Judge, Dr Anna A L. Mmkonhof. to the High Court Of Justice at the Supreme Court of Judicature In The Hague. Dr Mlnkenhof, 55. was the first woman solicitor general cf Amsterdam. memorial service Sundaj express lug griel over the death oi Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru. \ statement issued by the Central Jewish Board said -The .lews of India mourn the passing ol Prime Minister Jawa harlal Nehru. His death is an irreparable loss to the Nation and to humanitj As architect ol modern India, he inspired the Na tion with idealol peace and brotherhood ot man. and dedicated his service to the Nation. His Continued en Paqe 5-A Dr John Slrrvson. executive vice president of the American Jewish Committee, greets Francis Cardinal Spellman of New York as Commitee President Morri B. Abram (center) looks on. Cardinal Spellman was the main speaker recently at the Committee's 57th Annual Meetina Dinner at the New York Hilton Hotel. The Cardinal made a historic declaration that "anti-Semitism can never find a basis in the Catholic religion." Peace Among Religions Goal Of Pope Paul NEW YORK——Pope Paul VI, during the audience lie save last Saturdaj to a group ol lead era Of the American Jewish Committee, Indicated that he does not believe that .lews should be held responsible for the crucifixion "i Jesus by declaring that he fully associates himself with the vie. expressed by Francis Cardinal spellman m the tatter's address delivered at the American Jewish Committee's annual dinner in New York on April 30. The Pontiff told the American Jewish Committee delegation that Cardinal Spellman bad spoken my sentiments." it was revealed here in Morris B. Abram, president of the Committee who headed the delegation, which returned Monday from Rome. Addressing a press conference. Mr Abrams said that Pope Paul informed the delegation that Cardinal Spellman's talk at the Committee's dinner had been forwarded to him and that he read it with much satisfaction. Cardinal Spellman in his address dealt with anti-Semitism Continued on Page 11-A



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% rge 4-A +Jelst>Fk>r*05r Friday. June 5. l%< "Jewish Floridian OFFICE and PtANT — < r-T.E. Sixth Street -Telephone FR 3-4U05 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor S2LMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher .Ful.ltehtd .-very Friday rfnce IH1Jjf The '•"** 11ovMlaa "^ 31 1JWN.E. 81x01Str*et. Mtanfl .**** %  : s,.,.,., [-.lid at Miami, r a The Jewith Floridian ha. ab.orbed the Jewish Unity IWd the Jewish Weekly. Member of t* J**" !" X" p £; Agency, Seven Art. Feature Synd.cate, Worldw.de N Service. National Editor.al A..n Am^anAMA^M English.Jew,sh New. papeis. and the Flor.da Pre.. A..n. TiiJewish Floridian doei no! puarantM lb; Kaahrutta of the merchandise advertiad In itcolumn. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area ..„One Year SS.00 Three Year. $12.00 Out of Town Upon Request ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel Tel Aviv. Israel RAY U. BINDER C orrespondent Volume 37 Number 23 Friday, June 5. 1964 25 Sivan 5724 Big Battle To Love Nasser Russian Premier Nikita Khrushchev's beH vior in Egypt was as disgraceful an example c: "diplomacy" as contemporary history can .•-: lord. The battle lines were drawn long ago. 7•'..-. Khrushchev's burning desire to plant a :: ot in the Middle East is a simple extension c Russia's effort in this regard throughout the es for warm water port influence in the ~ editerranean and North African areas. The first Eisenhower Administration pro.ed the Soviet Union with its initial opporlily to achieve that end. when the U.S. stab's Britain. France and krael in the back durthe Suez-Canal campaign. But Gamal Abdel Nasser fooled them all; h told the U.S.. which literally saved his life, less than his dictatorship, "to choke on -. ;ur anger," and he promptly imprisoned vp'.'s active Communists, while at the same -ie playing footsie with the Kremlin. Moscow's ignominious defeat in the Congo now being washed away by the waters of : ypt's Aswan Dam financed by Khrushchev c -id Company. Thus, the violent contrasts in -e Middle East and African power struggle •smain, more than ever, a study for experts. But the Khrushchev stance during his recent Egypt visit went, not only beyond protocol %  nd acceptable diplomacy to the very dregs of c -irageous behavior; it showed that the bear con be hugged by the gnat in its hide. All of which is by way of relating Khrush. ev's statements to the currently explosive : Dsition of Israel. The Soviet leader's charge that Israel is a "menace," not only to the : :abs but to the whole world, was a statement ;est left unsaid. That he chose his words so carelessly, indicates Mr. Khrushchev's extreme sensitivity to the Soviet failures in the Middle I: st and Africa thus far. Sadly, judging by the U.S. State Departnt's recent publication of the Hoskins pas. our own government is still not about to : -pitalize on what was more than a boorishlv -npous bit of Khrushchev oratory in Egypt. 7 e battle to love Nasser is still on. Welcome to Levi Eshkol Israel Prime Minister Levi Eshkol's vis e United States draws a sharp contrast ber een the manner in which he is being treated oiiicial Washington and the manner in lich Jordan's boy King Hussein was treated. Prime Minister Eshkol's is an extended and oiiicial stay as guest of President Johnson. r=naing any change in plans, he will stay at 3 air House and have a U.S. Air Force plane his disposal. This does not suggest that our President holds King Hussein in contempt or that he has -.-.limited admiration for Premier Eshkol. It eiely delineates the facts of Middle East life ;cday. Whatever the boastful threats of Nasser end Company that Hussein brought to Wash...gton during his recent visit here, the President recognizes Israel for what she is: as the most vibrant, creative and constructive force the Middle East today. To do any less would rot only be dishonest; it would fly by the best interests of the U.S. in that part of the world. While the State Department seems deter,ned to do that whenever Israel is concerned, end at whatever price to the destiny of our na• JT\. President Johnson has a strong sense of tee, no less than a veteran politician's rec.tion of the realities of experience. These are gualities that the late, martyred President Kennedy also had in ample measure; although the experience more than the principle eluded him too often and too easily, as former Prime Minister Ben-Gurion's "backdoor" visit of one hour's duration to the White House suggests during the early days of the JFK Administration. With so splendid a host as President Johnson, it is to be hoped that Mr. Eshkol's visit will prove fruitful in the extreme. About Boyish Exuberance The Anti-Defamation League of B nai E I which traditionally exercises restrain', illegal actions, jumped in with both feet week in a suit against Robert Moses and the World's Fair for permitting Jordan to hanq offensive mural in its pavilion. The American Jewish Congress perennially at home in court, went the ADL one better: picketed the pavilion even when Mr. Mas refused the Congress permission to do so. The League went to court, and leaders ol the Congress, including President Joachim Prinz. handcuffs and all. went to jail. This is all less a matter of disgrace and boyish exuberance than it was a failure on the part of both organizations to measure up to the challenge involved. It is our firm belief that proper behind-thescenes action might well have achieved the removal of the offensive mural. As it is, two major Jewish defense organizations are now in the public eye over a matter whose significance hardly matches their stated purposes ot being. Besides, the offensive mural is receiving more publicity than ever, which might not have been the case if the matter were treated otherwise. The Becker Amendment It is gratifying to note the remai Emanue! Celler, of New York, ch House Judiciary bee? hearing the debate Amendment desi Court ban on prayers u Rep. Celler believ and that "sober :e itself feit. The danger of the Becker Amendment goes beyond the guestion o: relig.c It suggests the nation's willing readinesi least for a moment, to tamper with its I tional Bill of Rights. The success of the Becker Amendn•• would open a Pandora's Box of evil legislation "for the good of the country." Throughout the history of these United States, the wisdom ot the Founding Fathers, as exemplified by the Bill of Rights and the Constitution, has stood us in good stead. No one suggests that time should stand still so that the vision of the days of 1776 can be accommodated in our own age. Least ot all did the Founding Fathers, themselves. suqgest this; and it is clear that the constitution by its elasticity of interpretation, has permitted a wide range of legislation since then, and perhaps only imagined in the fertile minds ot men like Thomas Jefferson. But to tamper with the fundamental structure of the nation, which is what the Becke: Amendment would do, is to tamper with liberty Rep. Celler's anticipation of the return o' "sober judgment" is thus heartily welec: Nikita Khrushchev As New Defender of islam in Egypt By S. J. GOLDSMITH JTA Correspondent in London London T HERE WAS A strong flavor of the Defender of Islam in Khrushchev's triumphal drive through the streets of Cairo and Alex andria. This impression was strengthened by his Address to the Egyptian National Assembly — "We stand by the side of those countries that call for removal of military bases" And then again %  t >ur armaments will always be available for peoples seeking self, determination" And SO on and so forth. Khrushchev is alwayi repetitive and longwinded. ...... This visit is terribly reminiscent of the Middle East journeys of earlier Defenders ot Islam. For some reason, they all want to defend Islam. The Kaiser rode through Palestine on horseback (it was there that Herzl met him and they exchanged momentous remarks about the unbearable heat on the Sharon Planei. This was the way in those far-off days — on horseback. Mussolini did both when he went tu defend the Moslems of North Africa — he sometimes mounted ., white charger and sometimes stood in an open car. Khrushchev was not seen on horseback. He only stood in an opes car — and went for a trip on the Nile. So we are makin in one sense But otherwise, the atmosphere of Khrushche\ entry into the capital of the United Arab Republic (for this purpose, there is no better name! was of the Defender of Islam, the great disinterested statesman who has descended to make sure that the sv Mam inot broken by the Christian imperialists, (dlere. too, K chev was better placed than either the Kaiser or Mussolini hi i himself an atheist.I Everybody could see clearly, as the the huge crowd did. that Khrushchev was in Cairo for the sole purpose ot defending the principles ol human rights and individu; led b> the Prophet in the Year ol our Grace 822 AN [XAGGWATID VIIW OF THf VISIT P ERHAPS KHRUSHCHEV HIMSELF, who i* quick to the i j and forever fascinated with its • so man.', autodidacts did not mean to look like thi Islai but hi did n enough Incidentaty. this will do m among the Soviet Mo-!, 'ins (who are a coherent i r \i iftl no harm at all l nder the impression ol these in ppin people %  an exaggerated view ol the impact upon the Middle East ul ; i 's vi-it to Egypt The Middle East does not changi i i-it Im.'s er the v isitoi The duam oi Russia to penetrate to the Middle East i>ne Kutuzov's statue in Odessa looks out onto the Black S Kusso Turki-li war was an attempt to move out cf the confini %  ol the Black Sea towards wider prospects — following the route I Xoah'j Ark in reverse, as it were in Soviet Russia, there was powerful Middle East unit within the Ministry of For \ and the interest in this region never flagged, though it was ormsht at times Ni w we are in a period of lively and aSSertivi the Middle East hut the idea is not a new one. Tie11: > idea prompted the support for Israel in her initial stages 1 i n R changed sides, for her own reasons. Nasser is. ol course, not likely to go Communist, or i the Soviet Block as an associate member Communism n ins binned in Egypt, and Soviet influence there will never be say, American influence in Israel Perhaps much small'' beci there are no six million Egyptians with economic and votii the Soviet L'nion who desire their Government to support I I we know how American influence in Israel has its Umitatic these limitations. President Johnson did not have to go ..: thi to ["el Aviv to proclaim his friendship He addressed thi Institute dinner in New York — and earned all the praisi Jews and all the blame from the Arabs as it he had travi all the way to Israel fCREIGN StCR[JAHY tOSCS HIS NIRVl QN THE FACTUAL side, we ought to remember thai Kl visit to Egypt was planned a long time ago, and am the present blood} encounters in South, I to Mosci course, ai Khrushchev promised at I %  The dati s %  •• It w incide wit • %  •,. .,, \\ %  %  : pbel tribesmen in Soul ft A F. is just K K was :m „, It a] ns the I • %  -.. far I nerve this I thers that Nas • .qi %  Israelis • alarmed i i Meii made th %  it w.^ bad i that N K r had rocketand what he for. The Guardian contributed to tl i in Whitehall l •ublic did not care ver> much; it would take more than Sas frighten a people whom Hitler could not put off thensti %  I t m,. m a storj from its diplomatic correspondent th have nucleai weapons, and also other sinister mean, untold horrors upon his enemies Britain and Israel A later, the Guardian retracted the wh.de story HOW THF BRITISH MAKC BLUNDERS J^OWEVER, THE BUSINESS in Southern Arabia li rath. ant, and i! is Nasser Who causes the trouble He supi '" ''' arms and Ins 40.000 men on the spot supply the support I noai war i i,e British do not want it. of course Ihev '" •<* silly at the limed Nations, and. more important B •'"<"crs cot killed. But this Government is committed to the defen* he Southern Arabian Federation, which includes Aden "nnot let down those feudal sheikhs Harold Wilson, the leadi "•' "Pl-osition has said he would dismantle this preposlero, •<"" Jmt he ,s „oi ye. in power; the elections are ... Oct. When cometo the Middle Fast even .1 present'!. I 1 ;; 1 "'' capable ol the moot appalling blunders, n •' >' '"now blunts their Judgment and makes them take I 01 "•">Mupid of their Aral, experts IllWd DC noted, however, that when it comes to British ifltef '• speeches are taken very seriously „>dcod II / others to take risks Which only gWto show ho I 'nd how dangerous to take tl """ %  • However, feu do so these da



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Friday. June 5. 1964 + k*lstnrrMi>r Page 5R 'ill• Pepper, McKeldin Praise Israel At Rabbi Schiff Dinner Tribute Solomon Schiff looks on as Rabb^ Schiff receives State I rae) Redemption Award from Mayor Theodore R. Mc:i. riqht. former Maryland governor, at Congreqation ElIsael Bond Dinner of Tribute. Alabama Racist Party Growing IADISON, Wise. — (JTA) — National States Right* party. n Birmingham and claim • i be the third largest part) •incountry, was depicted hen promoting ;> home-grown ver i N:i/i racism" and as ad ig "red-neck anti-Semitism, \egroism and a strong >"' ,nt of clan-type anti-Cath Mil." i article in the June issue ot igressive" magazine said thai party claimed t" have units in lates, many of them in large s, including Chicago, New York, Ls Angeles, Atlanta. Wash, mgton and Jacksonville, Fla. The party, according to the article. uses •' uniform reminiscent ol German storm troopers and the symbol of the lightning bolt used bj the Hitler Youth Movement. Last year, the article charged, he National State.Rights party's newspapers reprinted the May 1934 issue of Julius Streicher's antiSemitic Nazi publication. Dor Stuermer. The article warned that the group could not be con uttered "harmless crackpot-' at long as -they can escalate hale into violence." A firm call lor a "United States mutual assistance pact with Israel by Rep. Claude Pepper highlighted the Congregation Beth ElIsrael Bond Dinner of Tribute to Rabbi Solomon Schiff this week. The more than 300 guests attending the Deauville Hotel function Sunday night heard Pepper call on this country to "start showing Mr. Nasser that he is wasting his nation's limited funds in a useless arms race, Arab League In New Claim LONDON — (JTA) — The establishment of a "Palestine Liberation Organization" was announced at the openinc session of the first Palestine National Congress held in Jordan held Jerusalem, it was reported here from the Jordan section. Ahmed Sliukany said that the new organization would act to •mobilize the Palestinian people to recover their usurped homeland.'" Shukairy is the Palestine representative in the Arab League. He read the text of a telegram which he -aid had been sent to United Nations Secretary General I' Thant on formation of the new croup. since the might of the United States stands behind Israel's security." Pepper, who as a United States Senator played a key role in Israel'successful fight for independence, shared speaking honors with Mayor Theodore R. McKeldin Ol Baltimore. McKeldin, former Maryland governor, is president ol the American Israel Society. More than 557,000 in Israel Bone's were sold to the responsive audience, boosting Greater Miami closer to its announced goal of 52,500000 for 1964. Rabbi Herbert Haumuard. pres idenf Of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association, offered the invocation and joined several oth er rabbis present in lauding Rabbi Schiff. immediate past president and now executive vice president Of the association. Congregation president Joseph Zalis served as chairman, aided by honorary life presidents Philip BerkowitZ and Hyman Chabner. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz presented a special Israel Book of Honor to Rabbi Schiff. McKeldin praised Israel's efforts for democracy and said •even the threat of atomic weapons can not prevent Israel from continuing its march towards economic self sufficiency."' Supreme Court Says •No' to Bible Reading Continued from Page 1-A second time on the ground th their purpose was to encoura good moral training rather th i to promote religion. The St :i Court cited remarks to this eff by the State Legislature in I preface to the statute. The action was in the form c' a brief, unsigned opinion. Ju tice Potter Stewart dissente I. He said the court should hav I heard arguments on the case Stewart was the sole dissente in the two previous decisior that states may not provide fa religious devotions in publ : schools. Justice William O. Douglas a Justice HUgO I. Black joined t others in reversing the prayer a Bible reading aspects of the cas ibey thought a substantial qu tion was presented as to a n. gious test for teachers. They n ed that applicants are requu I to answer the question, "Do > • believe in God?" They -aid ligious attitudes are alo cons ered in making promotions. T court ruled some time ago th a religious test may not lie ma 8 requirement for -late office. 'I case concerned a Maryland Bin who sought a notary public's I ense. Mrs. Burton Goldstein to Head Jewish Family Children's Service for 3rd Term Mrs Burton It Goldstein has n elected I" ei\e a third term president t Jewish Familj Children's Service. *ing the election meetin; Tu sdaj at the In.me of Mr. Mrs i harles Goldstein, all <>t Hehru Tribute Continued from Page 1-A hi ; ideals and vision of a world will guide th< • the Nation and serve as t< nal memorial to India's %  -i -1>11 grief of world Jewrj :it lh oi Nehru has b< en exed bj Dr Nahum Goldmann, ol the World Jewish m a telegram to the Minister's daughter, Mrs. iandhi in New Delhi, Dr. %  i indicated In his nicsit he had planned lo meet Minister later this year : .1 I SINGLE YOUNG ADULTS il8-35) 30 DAY TOUR ISRAEL FRANCCBtlGIUM HOllAND JULY 12, 1964-AUG. 9, 1964 deer board members and stj fl ol JFCS ri '> al a recepi, ii New \ ( presidents ire Man i harles Goldstein; r. el< %  %  Mrs. 1 R KM/, secretar; lo seph las-i n ., .. will serve :i. Leonard \ Wien Dr Melvit i • and Mrs Lei To sen c for thrt e 51 ars Dr er .\ Bourn Virs Robert glum, Jr J mes Cohen, James H EHis. Mr Stanley Ersoff, Ben S'ovack, Emanuel Pollack. Total Cost: $950.00 EUA Iti i '"' .. • %  I •. 10 <*••< %  • for Intcmalion Write or Cfill: MASADA, 145 E. 32nd St. Ne* York 16, N.Y. MU 3-9200 CAN PLA TO SUIT Commercial 9 Multi-Peril • Home Owners • Life Group-Bonds & company Paintings of state scenes now decorate all the offices oi State Supreme Court Justices, the Florida Arts Commission reports. The paintinqs were donated by nine Miami artists throuqh the effoits of Samuel Frisco, art director of the Miami Palette Club, who worked with Arts Commission Chairman James E. Garland. George Light, Commission member, and Evan Greonwald, all of the Mianv ar<=a. Justices leceivinq the works are Richard Ervin, who hus the painting, "Hurricane," by L I 11 i o n Ilenneberg; Elwyn Thomas, recipient oi "Sailboats in the Harbor," bv L. Robbins; B. K. Roberts, who received "Wakulla River," by June Du-Puis; Stephen O'Connell, who he i "Florida Waterways," by Jcr.e Watson an "Sunset in the Glades." by M. H. Rosentelc Campbell Thornal. who received "November, by Frank A. Williams; Miilaid F. Caldwel who has "Sailing in the Sunset," by Friscc. E. Hanis Drew, who has "Florida Dawn,' b Gladys Sauls and "Gulls," by Gladys Spice:. In addition, the Florida Development Commit iion received a painting, "Manqroves c Dawn," by Elizabeth Patton, also of Miam The Commission is seeking other paintinqs. Donors may contact Geoige Light, 4730 Pin i Tree Dr., Miami Beach. fr I %  \— *, ;m 4§ MRS. B. It. GOiCSTE.'V 998S.W. 1st*. •It*** TRAVEL NORTH EN STYLE —by Seaboard Streamliner! %  h,North this year.' You'll want to visit I "W YORK WORLD'S FAIR, of course —and perhaps include a tour of New England or Canada. Let Seaboard help you plan ;• • rful vacation. 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Auxiliaries Honor State President MRS. BiKNARD WANDtK lira. Bernard Wander, president. State Department of Florida Jewish War Veterans Ladic Auxiliary, will be honored at a hmneh on Sunday. 11:30 a.m.. at the AljjicrHotel. Mistress of ceremonies will he Mrs. Ben llaberman, pa-t nationJ! president. JWV Auxiliary. Chairmen in charge of the event re Mrs. Max Kern, past department president, and Mrs. Irving sl nberg, past president Auxilary 682. Entertainment will feature smur Chet Gale, and skit and songs > %  the "Flapps," all Florida past uixiliaiy presidents, under the direction of Mrs. Mas Kern, president of the group. s Frank Toback. left, presents gavel to Mrs. Marvin Levin. >wly elected president of Temple Judea Sisterhood. Sister>od otficers and board will be installed join.ly with Temple ate. Mrs. Stein Heads Beih Torah Women Irs. Slan.i • Stein, ho si n ed ; i ;>resii I "i Beth Tor lifoHie Kahaner Sisterhood, isen elected president ol the merged Sisterhood, Hi „II,I pre school PTA's. Adrisn Kaufman, outgoi Rclisious School PTA presiwill serve as youth vice president. r officers on the slate inMr-, i.i>rge Goodman, Mrs i Ziffer, Mrs. Martin Mati, li pts; Mrs, Louis FosMorris Shapiro, Mrs. ion Your-. Mr.-. Samuel Leb, ries; Mrs Martin WahTiah, plected treasurer MRS. STANUV STEIN AUU, ovnan s "World "eJewislri Floridian Miami, Florida, Friday, June 5, 1964 Section 3 Happy reunion for the former Hoberta Schwartz and husband Theodore I'rovdcr. back for the first time in two years, for a visit with the parents—Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schwartz and Mr and Mrs Herman Provder Both honor grads of the University ol Miami, the young couple now live in Madison. Wis.. where Roberta teaches third grade in Mar shall, and Ted. a Municipal .Indue ialso on the faculty ol the University of Wisconsin, in the science and physics depart ment Magnet for the visit, wedding "t Roberta's brothei Douglas to Lynne Steinberg on Sunday Other relatives here lor the nuptials, Mr. and Mrs Dennis Ratthaus of Atlanta, lly Schwartz, Dallas. Tex Mr and Mrs. Abe Greenberg. I. I NY Double celebration in the home n| long time residents. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Samuels. 2110 SW 21st St., last Saturday Dinner reception for 200 honored daughter Cynthia Ilene, just conn j bv ISABEL GRCVE firmed al Temple Israel, and birthday Of her grandmother Mrs. Rosamond Portin Guests at the outdoor party, lively with dance band music, in eluded many of Cynthia's class males from Shenandoah High, as well as her brothers Bruce 11. and Edward The 14-yearold sub deb and her mother Myra. both tall, both lovely. chose while lace frocks Mrs Samuels' undersheath was black, her look-alike daughter's full skirted dress was styled with an underbodice of pink -^atin. Former Mianuan. now living in San Fran. Mrs. Ann Jamb-. here for a summer visit • Known .i~ Mary Ford ilurii .years here with WTVJ, is ben : entertained bj her many friem She was a guesl ol honor il a luncheon hosted bj Mrs. Sa Fortin. Mrs. Jerry Baker ai Mrs. Bernard Sedon Dinnei partiehave been given by M and Mrs Sidney Palmer M and Mrs Joseph Klinghoffer, Mr and Mrs. Harrj Schwartz and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Fort it Before returning to the We1 Coast. Mrs Jacobs will spend %  tew days in Nassau, visit w i her son Dr Robert Jacobs an I Continued on Page 6-B I Mrs. Ben Zeiqmund, who served as president of the Herzl Group of Hadassafclor Jour years, presents qavel to newlyelected president. "Mrs. Milton Weinberq. at the installation luncheon held May 4. Vice presidents are Mesdames bam Meiselman. Arthur Press, Irwin Makovsky; treasurer. Mrs. Ben Zeiqmund; secretaries, Mesdames Albert O. Levin. Mary r 9 Smith. lack Katzman. Ethel Herman; parliamentarian Mrs. Charles Alter. Trustees: Mesdames Harry Miner. Arnold Seeder. Samuel Wieten. Carl Susskind. Leo Chaikin. Fannie Nestler. Installing officer was Mrs. Henry B. Wernick. vice president. Miami Beach Chapter. / / nmMMmum TRAVEL WITH MUSS-FREE CHIC IN OUR OWN BAN-LON KNITS $26 Designed by Wilbrooke, and Burdme's alone in Miami A marvelous group of silky slithers in prints or solid colors, km! of Ban-Lon," and practically uncrushable! Shown, a sleeveless, back-zipped shift with ruffled V-neck; assorted prints. Sizes 5 to 13 in the group. ytY junta betW dresses, thifd 'loot DOWNTOWN MIAMI ( at all 6 Byd.ne's fttOH DOWNTOWN MIAMI, DADEIAND MIAMI BfACH, 163-d ST. SHOPPING CENTER FT LAUDERDAIE. WEST PAIM BEACH



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Friday June 5, 1964 +Jm>iati ncrldton Page 11 A Pontiff Urges 'Religion Peace' Continued from Page 1-A ?nd condemned the spreading of bigotry. With regard to the crucifixion issue, he stated: "Responbibility for the crucifixion of Jesus belongs only to those individuals who were present "at the time and cooperated with His death. It is simply absurd to maintain that there is some kind of continuing guilt which is transferred to any grouo and which rests upon them as a curse for which they must suffer.'' He added that "anti-Semitism can never find a basis in the Catholic religion." i' (> % %  Paul, m declaring i<> the iklegation thai those arc also his PI tintents, made it clear thai backs the statement on Cathi Jewish relations which inow prepared tor submission to forthcoming session of the imenical Council in September riie delegation received by the included in addition to Mr. II. Ralph Friedman of Now %  -, chairman of the Commitexecutive board; Philip i: •nan of Newark, chairman of 'board of governors; Dr, John Slawson of New Yerk. executive ice president; ami Mis. Leonard M Sperry of Los Angeles, a memi r "i the executive board, \,i result ol the audience with Paul, Mr. Abram said, the Vmerican Jewish Committee feels illy encouraged about the pros pects of the forthcoming session I the Ecumenical Council adopt •tit the decrees concerning relig out liberty and Catholic attitude's '"uard Jews and other non Chris 'i. HI groups. 'Pope Paul told us that he wished for peace among all religions, that he hoped the Council would help brinj peace and friendship between the Church and the Jews, *nd that it would repeat the sentiments exoressed in the statement he read to our delation," Abram said. M the pi • i inference, Abram al i rcve tied pi ins for the creation in Rome ol ; i and action cent< r to analyze and combat prej udice, esp' cially an arises in the tc n t....i i different faiths Abram said that the Pope, when Informed ol these plan.-, indicated h's appro> al arid gave his blc sing to MrSp ny. widow of the American .le" Ish I Ommittee leader, in whose memorj the center is being established, To be known as the Leonard M. Sperry ( nil, r for lnter-i oup Coi peration, the new institute will promote examination of religious texts and teaching materials in different partol the world in order to determine in what linht they DOrtraj various religious groups and ethnic minorities, including .leuInitial financing of the Conler program lias been assured by MiSperrj and the family and friends ol the late Mr Sperry. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS, INC. 2148 NW. 10 AVE. FR 3-7180 Have your roof repaired now; you will save on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men Rabbis to Install Officers at Meeting lial iunual Assot iation oi Greater Miami will install newly elected officers at a cocktail party 'I bur-day night. June 11. at the Lombardy Hotel. Installation chairman is Rabbi Morton Malav•ky. Beth Sholem, Hollywood. \e leaders Include Rabbi Herbert Baumgard, Temple Beth Am. president. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan, Temple Adath Yeshurun, vice president; Rabbi Harold Richter, Congregation B'nai Raphael, secretary: Rabbi Norman N Shapiro. Beth David Congregation, treasurer; Rabbi Solomon Schiff, Congre gation Beth El, executive vice president lor a three year term. Outgoing officers who will be honored tor achievementduring! the pa-t year are Rabbi Solomon Schiff, Rabbi Baumgard, Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, Rabbi Morris Graff, .ind Rabbi Alfred Waxman. The Rabbinical Association in eluderabbiol all shades "1 Judaism, and idedicated to strengthening religious identifies i.uii. .Hid promotion ol more posi live relations between the .leu i-b and non-Jew i.-h community. Fossett's Prescription Pharmacy HUNTINGTON MEDICAL BUILDING 168 S.E. FIRM STREET Phone FR 4-7691 MIAMI, FLORIDA J> One of the largest and Most Complete Prescription Pharmacies in the World W. E. FOSSETT, Founder THE McCUNE COMPANY CONSULTANTS — APPRAISERS MIAMI Established 1914 FRanklin 3-7796 WINDOW SPECIALISTS •SERVICE WE'RE PROUD OF!" Maintenance Inc. REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE OF ALL TYPES WINDOWS AND JALOUSIES Comp/efe Stock of Repfocement Parts 7400 N.E. 2nd AVENUE Miami 37, Fla. FRanklin 3-5491 These promient speakers addressed the 1964, biennial convention of the National Jewish Welfare Board recently at the Statler Hilton Hotel in Boston. Mass. Top row row (left to right) are Dr. Abram L. Sachar. president, Brandeis University; Edwin Wolf 2nd, president. National Foundation for Jewish Cul'ure; Lewis H. Weinstein, president, National Community Relations Advisory Council; Bertram H. Gold, executive director, Je ish Centers Association. Los Angeles. Bottc: 1 row are Mrs. Mary I. Bunting, president, Ra: cliffe College; Rabbi Israel Miller, Kingsbridc Heights Jewish Center, the Bronx, chairma: JWB's Commission on Jewish ChaplaincSolomon Litt, JWB president; and Sanford Sc ender, executive vice president JWB. Registration Now for Girls' High at Hebrew Academy Registration In the Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami for the September semester started Hiis week. Rabbi Alexander S. Cross, principal, announced Wednesday. A "first" in Academy history will he the establishment of a girls' senior high school starting with a nth grade tintall semester. For the thud consecutive year, a special program for students at the Junior High level, with no formal Hebrew background, will be launched. The new program, open to all students who have completed six years of elementary school, will be an accelerated, integrated program of Hebrew and general studies, five days a week. students ir.usl | ass an entrance examination. Hebrew program will include study in Tora "Prophets."" "Jewish liistor "L a n g u a u e and l.i'ei atur "Mishna. Talmud" .HI I o .. mentarics." Rabbi Gross -aid scholarsh i I will be available on the basis financial need and schola ability. School officials ann >un that a special nurser> 11 ss commence tinyear for i ithe %  morning or afternoon 19 HOURS DAILY OF FULL STEREO 6 A.M. 'III 1 A.M.



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mm • age 8-A 9-Jmls* fkrtdfcir By: EDWARD COHEN Big Territory, Little to Oversee As I ho South cm vice president for t h e Federation of Reconstructio mst Congrega t i o n i ltd Fellowships, David Bendell as a lot of territory to cover ut little to administer. The fact oes not discourage the South liamian. "Reconstructionism IN a per it answer tor today's living haven't gone into it as deeply s I would wi.-'i. but it seems to me the most logical approach o the Jewish dilemma in Amerca. Reform has gone too far field, and Conservatism is really Orthodoxy with a little liberal inge." ihis summary. One Congregation Temple Beth Shiran is the nly Reconstructionist congregaion in the South and Bendell. no joined the thieeyear-old vnagogue IS months ago alter trying the other major branches of Judasim, is chairman of its Advisory Council. Organized by Rabbi Morris Skop and Cantor Herman Gottlieb, Beth Shiran's irganizational structure is called 'unique" in its official literature nit Bendell finds it "basicall) he same as any other synagogue. ••The fact that the Rabbi and Cantor select seven of the 12 members of the Advisory Council and the congregation elects onlj five others makes good sense in a new congregation vhich has grown to 200 member tamilies in such a short time. They are the one.-, who know all he numbers, those most competent, and able to serve best \s for democracy, with the pres, dents of the Sisterhood and Brotherhood on the Council and chairmen of key committees, the non-rabbinic members have a majority." BeroVll. himself, vas elected by the congregation, Hebrew Translation A native of London, who mov•cl here 13 years ago for his iroung son's health. Bendell points to the "restrictive Ortho doxy in control"' there as an example of "Judaism disappeat DAVE BENDUL iny because ol lack Of fresh ideas I can tell you that in the big fight between Chief Rabbi Brodie and Rabbi Jacobs, the great majority of the people were in favor of Rabin Jacobs' view And remember, the) are Ortho dox m almost all respects—certain!) as far as observances go But there is a good deal Of apathy, bare!) a minyan on the Sabbath even at the largest U>ndon synagogues. The difference? Well, my brother-in-law visited me here quite recently, and he was tremendously Impressed with our Reconstructionist .-or \ ice. He understood it. He %  man quite fluent in reading the Hebrew prayers, but understands almost none ol them We use a lot of Hebrew in our service, more than English, but there's translation as we go along Von would think it was a Conservative service, and that combina tion appeals to me." At his furniture factory, which serves the hotel Industry throughout the nation he has copies ol a summer) ol the "Aims of Reconstructionism." Bendell frank ly disclaims "an) deep knowledge" of the writings of Mm deeai Kaplan, the founder of the movement which has attracted to it a large number of Conservative and Reform rabbis, al though in recent years, as it developed its own congregations, many of them have dropped away "Right now. I feel we are Re constructions! more 111 theory than anything else It takes .' lot of doin-; to explain our view that Judaism is nothing less than a civilization, especiall) as we Beth Shirah Graduation Held Graduates of Temple Beth Shirah Hebrew Department a s s is t e d Rabbi .Morris A. Skop during the Temple's first continuation ceremonies held in conjunction with the holidU) service Theme was "The Informed Jew.'' The 15 boys and girls graduating from the Religious School received diplomas from Bernard Friedland, Education Committee Chairman, and Bibles from Mrs Bernard Che-man. religious education supervisor. Members ol Confirmation Class P'f>4 are Suzanne Lea Paula Sigel, class president, who announced Have that Business Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion ^ You'll find complete tjF facilities to exactly satisfy W your needs in the Kismet, ^ wedding or a private party I Aladdin, Scheherazade and Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a Friday. June 5. 1964 try to build a new congregation. • n u possible we are not *•" | C g the proper attention to some ol the greal Jewish problems of the (my. L %  tne SO called "Tide 0 | Disintegration' in America, or civil rights, and the Jewish day school question Belief in Judanm "On the Other hand, we do he lieve with Dr Kaplan that Jllda h in the diaspora i,m can tlo.uionlv through local organic coin '\ munities and that's what trying to build here We beliet %  that the reyitaliaation ut .1 religion ft Indispensable means of giving purpose .old (j,. reetion Were working hard that. •As I said before. I am con vineed that Reconstructio %  has the most logical approach • the Jewish dilemma outs Israel Like any new idi takes time to really Catl make it memorable! ,,. superb service i. incomparable facilities for PRIVATE PARTIES • BANQUETS WEDDINGS • LUNCHEONS e MEETINGS • COCKTAIL PARTIES Let us show you our beautiful private rooms and exquisite public rooms which include Pompeii, Mona Lisa, Empire, Imperial, Regency Lounge. Important reminder: Eden Roc is world-famed for gourmet food and flawless service. 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Liay, lur.e 5, 1964 +J(nitf fhrHfar Page 7-B t ^ yQoout fcoplc II an a p laces ... WE ,THER REPORT-NO RAIN shone, ;md the weather was pei luil I.eona and Samuel Garfunke • their home on Abbott Ave. with i\ :n honor of their daughter, Dava.l Michael Lip>ky The lighted (lares. Japanese lanterns threw shadows floor and orchestra Michael's Edna Wolkowaky, and grandmother. \!iI i Wolkowaky, sat under a bi tree I, Da grandmother, -Mrs. Margaret Good•i holdn court for all of the old-timers Dava ,; iclia friends danced and danced, and parents' friends, but not quite .so \i:,. • i >l were marcie and Aaron Kan(I Charles Finkelstcin. Lillian Can 'in black and her husband Jack Selma iMr>. Samuel) Oritt — and j Heller. Then there "as Shirley and Bernard Spcctor. \. and Leo Gross. Ilsa and Harry Simonhoff. and Marvin Pehr. Rabbi and Mrs. Leon Kronish en route to do some chaperoning. Joe. id's father, and Evelyn IJpsky, Mr. and Norman Miles. Skeets and Monte Friedkin. the baby of the (larfunkel family. Wally who left after the reception for a student : Europe. Red-haired Margaret Newman S irn dancing with her husband. George. Dorothy and Judge Philip Schissel. ("eCe and Milton IV< i-Ruth and Arnold Greenfield, and Michael's ither Joe Lipsky, with wife Evelyn all enjoyed he gaj evening, ALL HAIL TO THE CHIEF And with that music played by tinredcoated Marine Hand. President Lyndon Johnson, in a black Italian silk suit, with Lady Bird in a smart black linen frock on one arm and Linda Bird m bright yellow on the other, walked down tin' White House stairs followed by the Chiefs of Stafl and heribboned generals out to the South lawn where they were holding a military reception and dinner. It was the first time that the national commanders had been invited. Daniel Neal Heller, national commander of the Jewish War Veterans of the U.S., and his wife. Diane, in her "little black dress." flew up to the White House. It was thrilling to' put it mildly, said Diane. The canopies over the buffet areas were in red and white, and all the floral decorations were red. white and blue. Diane took a peek at the rose gardens, but was delighted to find that her roses at home were much prettier. The President resorted to a little trick that saved much time. After a while, instead of waiting for the people to pass him. he quickly walked down the line shaking hands and greeting guests. Mrs Johnson called each person by name, reading the name card quickly. It was a long-to beremembered special event. — FRANCES LEHMAN. Discussing results of the annual awards luncheon of Temple Judea held at the Temple recently are Mrs. S:dney Longer (left) and Mrs. Al Jacobson. Held was a catered lunch to honor those who worked diligently through the year in behalf of Temple Judea Sisterhood leach Summer Pops Starts June 14 mer i' %  >-." sponsored by Miami !'• %  h Symphony, be • 1 Ith -••• -on Sunday night. I a' the Miami Beach Audi featuring I/lor Solomon, ctor, and .lames Streem, -t i; Breeskin i^ diiged Auxiliary Installs Officers t annual installation lunch for the North Miami Beach Auxiliary. Jev .-.h Home for the i ill, was hell recently at the Hume with MrLouis Makovsky ^ '"ducting the ceremony. Program featured a resume of Homes history by Mrs David I hillips and presentation to the of Mrs. Minnie Goldstein, resident of the Home nearing the ti nnial mark. Mrs. Harry id offered a group of songs. ... impanying herself on the piano. M the conclusion of the pro'. ,m guests were taken on a tour t the building and facilities. Officers who will serve in 1964 ( .ire Mis Meyer Gordon, coun si lor; Mrs Irving Salamowitz. president; Mrs. Charles Mill honorar) president; Mrs I II 4 Kramer. Mrs. Herman i k pin Mrs Irving Schmookler, i ,e pi. sidents; Mrs. Irving MudMrs. Ceile Shapiro, secre rie; Mrs. Theodore Shapiro, i Mrs. Richard Lobel. I > il Mrs Benjamin Miller. lefreshi ents; Mrs. Albert Levin, irdja! rector for the "Ten Magic Nights ol Music," which continue through Sunday, Aug id. Ernest Silverman is manager. Famed conductor of the Indianapolis Symphony, Izler Solomon, has appeared with the New York Philharmonic, Houston Symphony. Israel Symphony, Symphony of the Air, and the Philadelphia Orchestra. He was guest conductor of the Israel Philharmonic for 10 concerts marking the country's tenth anniversary, i Solomon's program on June 14 will include some Bach. Wagner, Tchaikowsky and selections from West Side Story." Streem will play the Liz>t Concerto in E flat. Concerts for the season include: June 21. Alfredo Antonini, conductor, "An Evening in Paris.'' allFrench program, with Lang Sisters, duo-pianists, guest artists; June 28. "A Night at the Opera." Barnett Breeskin. conductor. Jacob Barkin. tenor. Elizabeth Cole, soprano, Salwa Menge, me/./.o-SOpiano. Mcllcnry Boatwright, bass baritone; July 5. Raymond Paige, famed conductor of the Radio City Music Hall Orchestra, a cavalcade of World's Fair songs, with Warren (laljour. baritone and narrator, Bobby Domcnic. banjoist; July 12. San Francisco Ballet. Both subscription and single concert sales are "now in progress until June 12. Subscriptions may be purchased through the office ol the Miami Beach Symphony. 1140 Alton lid or at Miami Beach Auditorium. Howell Director Judea Cotillion Douglas Howell has been appointed director tor the 19(i4-6."> season of the 7th and 8th grades Cotillion at Temple Judea. He will lie assisted by his wife. Joann. A physical education instructor. Howell has been conducting special classes in social dancing in local schools for the past nine years. He is a graduate of the I niversity of Miami where he majored in physical education. Cotillion chairmen are Mrs. Alfred Swiren and Mrs. William Weill. with Mrs. Donald Eanett and Mrs. Sumner Slater co-chairmen of the 7th and 8th grades. 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    Ifridcr "ur.e 5. 1964 k-nlstnrrHi-*r Page) 13-A ICJIOltS & ervtcee J nis L/Ueeltend 0! (•!, %  TIC Cinti -. *-HL. 7801 Carlyle Awe. i • Isaac Ewer. — • S-V-OM CONOREC* .•• I7t.ll Ave. OrthodoK. II i .<;. shner. ^ EMES 2 ; 33 SW 19th Awe. i.vRiBOi Abraham Sen|ANSr I c %  — • -E ;TH -viO '.-'> SW 3rd Awe. Con. Rjiin Norman N. Srupiro. C .-. i i W. Lipson. Orthodox, man. Rabin Phmeas Weber. BETH r_. 5 *w 17th Awe. Orthodo. RnObl SolomWl tchiff. .-., IMIil.n • i., .HI • Work • SOUTHWEST CENTER. *4~8 SW th BET"1 .-RA6'711 40th $t. O'thoSt. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi CreenOo, I Di Louie Rottman. waM. — # %  V i >'. tO H t< in K,rm.ui: BET" ACOB 101-311 Waih.ngton "Thi IVput.v. A Controversial Rook." A,. ;ion:> Rabbi Tibor Stern. Raturrlaj t %  • m Etar Mltavah: sr.\.n 120tl St' Ri-i:ontruelonut. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe St Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Ernest Stein.-r. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4144 Chase Awe. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kroniah. Cantor Davd C^'-iser Prldaj 8 IS i>m Ebturday NM5 a.m. i I feu Mlixvah: i..i < .M .. nun %  •< \i HI. i MiAlbert Myerv. Ban Milzvnh: StiMin Inyw. daushti r of OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Or Mr. nil Mr.Inoeiih iH.hiti CANDLWGHTING TIMi 25 Sivan — 6:40 pjn. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. 8atttnla) 8:*fl a.m Bar Mltavnh: Alex, -.11 .i Mi .HI. I Mr* NattaanM Frleil! I man. • -TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative i .fl 8755 SW J6tn it Miami ">V 1 w Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. K.lllirdlU V .. in Rellil .Si'hnol -tn' il. in.. of Hi. ::i.l .ui.i iih grudi .'ll i-unduei a Junlur tfervfee to honor Lin r. nipi.'S i„,;,i.i ,,r director* Kldduah trill follow. -~ • TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale. l'ri.la> icis p.m. Sermon: "Th V'aniKtllnil Slill Small Voice." Battirita) II a.m. Cai* Mitsvah: Brticei Alan, non ..f Mi. ami Mi>. Lawrence Rodan, TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB 951 Flamingo Way. Conservative Rabbi — • -Hyman Gross. TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 387 KrM;\ 1:15 |..m S:iturii:i\ Vain S, i NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabbi mon: "Weekl} Portion." Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Alex* — C mti r r ,lauri: Mamehes. -. I in. HI l-r., I, the I-. Rabbi Htern will fi member Jacob .' r". %  •:.. MffllHI him V> % %  u lil.h hulM re. > \i\ fruiii R< III oils i -ri of America B ml :n a.m %  OOCtH 1101 SW 12th Ave. Traditional. Rabbi Max Cantor Fred Bernstein. — e O 5 •• E CONGREGATION. D ie Hvy. Conservative. .oApril. Cantor Hyman 1 '. can, >"" S. iavlli-h. if Mr. und Mr-, rh.nl. SEPHAROIC JEWISH CENTER. 645 Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah. mias. ander Cohen. — • — TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Krai i> 8:38 p.m. Sermon: "Ornduatlon >>r i*ommence>ment — How •!>. You M, --i.e. Ianiran'e*" Baturda} 8:30 a.m. Bar Mltivah; FYeilerlck, non of Ml. an.I Mr>. Jumes Sl.-nr. TEMPLE ZAVIORA. 44 Zamora Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks. Cantor Ben Oickson. l-Vi-lav 8:15 p.m. Si-rmon: "A X.w Worlll." S;i1.inla> 8:4S a.m. S.-lln..n: "W hat Price \\*i>.l..ni." — • TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Leo Urlich. \, u onari cation li In PH-rlL 139 NW 3rd Ave rtalptl Kneger. secieIII. .11 v Si! Ill llU> • %  • • I i -.. I.. • %  Ml TEMPLE ADATH VESHURUN. Conservative. 1025 NE 183rd St Miami Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Maurice Neu. I 'i iia> vi'. |.M. Sermon: "Vacation .111,1 V... .if:..i:.. v /\ h. Uollll Shelly, duiuchter ol Mi und Mm, S\ M "' ,i ,' : .'•" K %  Iti iSin inla> • 13 m Bur \iii/.v..ii ,; '• '"• Stephi li II I Mr anil Mi> — e II.,rill TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St. — e Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. TEMPLE BETH AM 59 r >0 N Kendall Cantor Jacob Bornstein. Dr.. So. Miami. Reform Rabbi -e Herbert Ba.imgard. Cantor Cliarles TEMPLE JUO£A. 320 Palermo Ave. Kociner. Liberal • Reform, Rabbi Mordecai Kihhi Holj Podet. I.ann lhe> Hebrew Pi Ida) ;I3 p.m TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1701 Washing. TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Lehrman. Cintor Hirsh Adler. Werniek. l-*riila.\ ii p.m Saiurla\ :• a.m. sVrl-*inl.i> v::'." p.m. Sermon: "Etblca ..i iiii.n: s..iii. MI>concepth>ns on l:••" "i Mr. and Mn Hai i > Herman. YOUNG ISRALL 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox. R.iulii Sherwm Stauber. r i i.i.i> •'• %  •" :• ^II Sal in da} v in a m .-. i in..a • |"oi i !..n ..: Hi. Week Dr. Elazar Goelman. of Philadelphia, dean ol Gratz College, was elected unanimously in Atlantic City, N.J., to a second term as president ol the National Council for Jewish Education during a session of the 38th annual conference of the NCJE by the 500 Jewish educators attending the annual event. U ill l.i %  %  .. I.I. nil. II ll TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD 1351 s l*tri Ave Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jafi? e TEMPLE BETH SH.RAH 7500 SW TEMPLE MENORAH 620 75th St. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. — e TFMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional, Raoui Eugene Lahovitz. 1 r ILA-I ?:s Euclid Ave Or RaUb Joseph E. Rackovtky # RA • ,
  • 9 a m Bai \. • [an son of Mr and Mra. • .liar.I • AELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th C v servative. Rabbi Shmaryahu Swlreky. Cantor Louis Cohen i i• Sal .'i %  li | N i a.m i Ml ni Sp) 01 a 11 in -i a. Aim 1.1..ui.i i Mltavah -..:• %  -m M.mn l i ;i.-. imteln. — • : TH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave. di Rabb. Dav.d Lehrfield. -i Abrati im Seif. • EEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544 hington A>.e. Orthodox. Rabbi Str i-5feid• RI C O N G R EG ATION. h : .' if. n Traditional. By RABBI RICHARD M. LEVITON Ft. Lauderdale Emano-EI We read in this week's Torah portion. Sbelacfa Lt'fha. ol the spying out ol the laud ot Canaan by the princes ot Israel. The> returned with a report that the land of Canaan surely was a • land flowing with milk and honey" and the) brought back specimens of grapes, pomegranates and figs a> evidence. Their report also contained the alarmTemple Zamora Gets Second Scroll Dedication ol an historical scroll Rabbis Irving Lehrman. Temple took place at Temple Zamora Kmanu-EI: Solomon Schiff, Beth recently The scroll was pre El: Alexander Gross, Hebrew -inted to the Temple bj Mr, and Academy; and Hershel Brooks, Mrs. Harry Harris, 4011 Alhambra ipirilual leader ol Temple Za Circle, (.oral Cable-, m honor m inora. the couples 50th anniversarj Cantors included William l.ipThis as the second scroll pre son, ol Beth David, who present sented to Temple Zamora during cJ a prom.mi ol liturgical dedica whence the) came Only Joshua ,| ie pa> vear j ne Jorah isome and Caleb expressed confidence 175 years old and has lived through that the land could be theirs if the Nazi holocaust. It is adorned by specially-designed crowns of silver with golden bells and golden eagle and crown in honor of the couple's golden wedding. ITID %  = NOR & BASS for SM HOLY DAY CHOIR HE TlffRETH ISRAEL c&M North Miami Avenue PI 71831 TEMPLE EMANU-EL • 701 WASHINGTON AVE. M : ami Beach has several openings for SUNCAY SCHOOL TEACHERS for t-t 1964-65 school year. Mr;be certified and (ieened 'or I lie County School System. Pleo'.i find complete biographical in'i • Tuition %  • ith application. RABBI RICHARD lEVITON Spying out of Canaan ing neuthai the land ol Canaan was very well fortified land whose inhabitants were fierce and nun oi greal stature "We were in


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    F-.ige 10-A + ln*/*liftrr0dr>">r Friday. June 5. 1964 RABBI MAX IIPSCHITZ Rabbi Lipschitz Awarded Wisconsin Philosophy Degree Registration At Adath Yeshurun Or Olom Plans Tot Graduation lor Temple rVTTToni KinrJffgSlTer. School were held l;i -i Thursday m the Temple auditorium, according to an announcement b> Mrs Eli King, chairman. ne of the ceremony, the h at Or Olom, waa "This the Year That Was." planned by school director, Mrs Ruth i iii K Rabbi Samuel April presented the diplomas An end-of-the-year program for l re kindergarten a mi nurserj I asses was held on Thursday a( 10 a.m. On Monday, students of the Nursery-Kindergarten School held a picnic at Matheson Picnic ground-, and last Friday all students who will celebrate their birthdays dui ing the summer months were hon ored at an 'I'nbiithday Party." Registration for fall term of kindergarten and pre-kindergarten is being accepted at the Temple on Monday through Friday. even week, from 9 to 12. Exercises o, Or Olom features seated OeMo B_ Janet f^XS^L^tit 2f"B^^id^lifi.fil;. ^rc rJn. teacher, Mrs. Ralph Frsiel. Jay Cohen, Selt'manSecond row are Michelle LeVi. Lisa Edward Moraths. Maisel, Sharon Zalis, Holly Elkins, A dele Max A. Lipschitz, spin ol Moth Torah Congre tion ol North Miami Beach for %  pa>t 5 years, will be awarded %  degree of Doctor of Philoso> during University of Wisconi commencement exercises on mday, June 8. at Madison, Wis. Rabbi Lipschitz, who took uses at Wisconsin and cumeted all exams in 1959, before cepting the Rabbinical post at th Torah. has written his thesis •The Hassidic School of Our: I Analytic and Historic Study ol e Philosophy and Contributions the First Two Zaddikim. Rab Yitzhak Meir Alter and Rabbi huda Aryeh Leib Alter." The Universitj of Wisconsin and e Wisconsin Society for .lewish %  arning announce that this will the first PhD degree in 10 years arded by the Department of mitics and Hebrew Studies, unr the chairmanship of Professor •uahan Mansoor. While in Madison, Rabbi Lipiitz will preach at his former agregation, Beth Israel Center. the Friday evening and Saturv morning services. June 5 d 6 Accompanying him on the trip %  hiwife Miriam and their ee children, Sander. Rochelle (i Fa' arffle Temple Adath Yeshurun announces a new schedule for its Nursery School and Kindergarten beginning with the fall semester. The scheauie takes the form of a double session to be conducted daily form 9 to 12 noon, and from noon to 3 p.m. Children maj either be registered for both sessions or for the morning session only. Registration is now taking place for fall sessions. Children ages 3 to 6 are eligible to attend. Registration for Hebrew School and Sunday School at Temple Adath Yeshurun is also being held now. and parents are invited to visit the school daily between the hours of 9 to 12 at 1025 N.E. Miami Gardens Dr. No. Miami Beach. A A L*rJaoVn U h ^ u & iil Dr. Guttmacher Speaker Here Dr. Alan Guttmacher W a S guest speaker at a dinner ol the Planned Parenthood Association of Dade County last month at the Columbus Hotel. Mis Joel Diamond was ticket chairman At Or Olom exercises are bottom row Amy Shapiro. Lee Birchansky. Bruce Newman, Nancy Brenner. Eydie Abramowitz, Risa Blum, Robin Berman. Ronald Kaufman. Alan Weiseman. Second row are Lori Rothenberg, Neal Schofel. Mitchel Freed, David Mishael. Janet Seiderman. Minda Hammersmith, Jack Phil lips. Standing are Jeffrey Wiener. Murray Price, David Albert. Randy Greenstein. leaner, "Miss Bea." Scott Einhorn, Bertha Chapo nick. Bonnie Sussman, Jodi Kurzweil. V I Variety Club Lists New 'Barkers' Variety Club of Greater Miam ,s week announced the enroll i:it ol six local business leaders new "Barkers" In their organ!tion. Accepted as members were JerBlank. Allan Abess Jr., Arthur • iple. Buddy Halpert. Leo Steinan, and Leonard Zilbert Variety Club is the sponsor of riely Children's Hospital, the itlonally recognized pediatric liter. Motto ol the non-sectari n institution is "Total care for e Ailing Child." There are 40 Variety Clubs roughout the world, all engaged health and welfare programs octing children President o f the Planned Parenthood Clinu at i241 \W 17th lAvo Miami, is iMrs H. Franklin Or. Guttmacher Williams. Vice president is Dr. Daniel 0 Ham mond. Dr. Guttmacher is president of Planned Parenthood—World Population. He is a diplomate in obstetrics and gynecology, a member ol the faculty of three of Amen ea's leading medical schools and author of many scientific and popular books and atricles In 1963, he was named chair n an <>l the Medical Committee ol the International Planned Parenthood Federation and a member cf its Management and Plan ning Committee Left to right at Or Olom exercises are (seated) Andy Wordes, Eliot Berg, Steven Washolder. Mark Goldweber, Robin Pomerantz, Jeffrey Eistel. Neil Gold, Brian Markowitz, Brett Gonshak. Second row are Marc Edelman, Kevin Rosen. Ronald Merker. Susan Greenberg. ^Sfc, • 11O O F IMG 1 f REPAIRS AND RE-ROOFING 1731 N. MIAMI AVE. SINCE 1920 PALMER'S ROOFING PHONE FR 3-6244 V FOR AIR CONDITIONING CALL C. E. MORGAN "IT IS OUR PllASUKt TO SERVE TOO" SALES and INSTALLATIONS — ROOM AIR CONDITIONERS 2034 N.W. 24th AVENUE NE 5-7201 FOSTER ELECTRIC COMPANY, INC. 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