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Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Number Miami. Florida. Friday. May 7. 1965 Two Sections Price 2 ordinal Bea Explains Pope's Deicide Talk A bBK JT.A a presidi nl ol the \ ati hrisl an Unity, hmekthci Pope Paul, (ion Sunda> homily in I BO intention ihatever" l any manner al all lo fc rleclarakish-Caih H relations. %  : reite tugustin rated ihe traditional t hristiun dog ma thai the Jews killed Jesus C irdinal Bea was in New York 1 riefh i ii route t" Philadelphia lo receive ths International Fellowship Award i ih.' Philadc'pma Fel wsh'p C mmission. The statement mi (he Papal sermon was ma Ic for ihe Card nal lo newsmen hj 'iis c i etarj. the l!\ Sti; h n s< Fr. Schmidt was asked by newsmen whether the Passion Sunday sermon had ro-itiibuted to the confus-on evr the Poaa's stand on the Jewish declaration. Declaring he was directly a.-.d felly auIhorized to speak en behalf of the Cardina', Fr. Schmidt replied that to understand the Pope's sermon, "it is essential to keep in mind that the Pope was speaking to ordinary and simple faithful people — not before a learned body— and so he did not use any specific theological if you like, technical, language." Therefore. Ihe prelate added, the woi ds should no! be interi el< 'I "in Ihe si me strict way" in which a Councillary document is and must be interpreted." such .< document, he added, i> very pan DIM and cannot be repeated in a sum e sermon. Then he reiterated a statement made on Apr. 26 on behalf of the Secretarial in Ri me declaring Continued on Page 11 A LINKS OF BROTHERHOOD' mkauer Talks Church Chiefs Big Dedication king h n philan| \ Kaufmann this • L mem|, Deo \ bust |l led I i-i.iluI rts to\ s I" bj I. nd relig | • ni na i up .ill I 'i to Joseph Pic. uei. AmerIth Commii %  honorary dedicated the KaufII and cited th year in le U lited N %  ti-, charter Ian rights was adopted pppro\d' in principle last the E( Cauncil of a declaration absolving the Jews, past and present, of the charge of deicide in the death of Jesus. Id\ iced a prayer lhat the mi piementation ol the declaration Continued on Page 10-A Bourguiba's Views Eyed As Problem NASStR RIPIA1S ATTACK PAGE 2 A MOB VIOLENCE !~-S'?H PROSKbHtR dcitirotcs lacilily Canadiai I Cong, ("it CS Rights to Royal Body TORONT' \ x Jewish bill nl lit: the %  H "I IPS. on; is lhi< v [, retired ( hu I Ju> ii v %  *' %  Mc tin r. thi 'le mi nber ol the Onin R>>> :l ; > ill 11 ituhi Liber I ;TT.MPTS TO INTERFERE' ds Protest I .S. Stand Jews in Soviet I nion |Nl,Tii\ \ The i> embass> vn this h is li "en GovernJ is ol th "' %  Imenl enF 'resolu ui i, Scmil %  le orally .it %  t S ilex-*ml k. iuun> lor i i the Rus ls J He called on Ri hard vis Dcit> VSMSI 5 • f 0 i opean \ffairs r/r. Zirchuk indicated to Dr. Davis that the Soviet Government resented what it considered un founded a'leqatlons involving the Jewish situation in Russia and felt th.it the S'.-,te Department violated diplomatic protocol by seking to i tervene in domestic Russian issues pertaining to Sev iet citiiens. Hi c nlende I lha Co" inued on the Page it ate S-A t rrong the il i i in l ic n p.>lici rei free loin nl re i ij %  i em i-menl .nd private (ii* %  •' : I education. The doi-ume.it proposed that "prlice officers be instructed in the basic religious requirements of minority faiths, insofar as the^e mcy affect police action." A proposal was made th3t, in cas-s o? persons arrested who need to furnish bai', such per,e- be gi nted a "parole affirmation," if the bail must be made en a Sabbath or Jewish holy ,', y when an observant Jew is Fa bidden to sign his name. It ah,, p.oposjd that Hebrew K be available in court rooms. 0n ,,,. u uecl cl hati mi ngering. ,!,,. ( j.%  dii ati i that it prel I ,1, n lied mi the FedContinued on p ae 8-A LONDON <•! I'Ai Prime Minister Harold Wilson told the House .1 Commons this week that he saw %  difficulties" in Tunisian Presiden; Habih Bourguiba's proposals that the Arab countries recognize Israel and negotiate a peace agreement with Israel. He made tatement during House ques; n inj> i : the Government on Mid,1 i -• robrerhs, including ihe is[Aral ttempts lo divert the aters in their territories of | 0rr j i Ri\ er to deny its waters and the Arab refugee m • ell, a Labor Member lent, asked what "posi• itiative" the British Govern „-.l king to *upp rl Presi s effort Ihe Prime .j s tei ',,•!, ri plied that his Govi uiii ol course consider A l ,.,i • was suggesting %  i self en a in-i rea Dili, allies in what he i. ; ri ;i 'ing The Prime Minister was asked by Conservative MP Sir John Continued on Pag? 2-A Tunisia Calls Back Envoy From Egypt LONDON JTA i The fi eminent ol 'I uniaia i waited its < %  i • his v eek after his i %  %  nee a~ in nl b) a mob in l s] reading conflict in the Arab world v r Tunisian { Hab' -.il that the V.r %  states re o [nize and negotiate peace v< nil Israel In .i new development in thai conflict, \rab d< M1 "" stratcd in Madrid, The Tunisiai Embass) Ihere is storn ed \I-. J: s screaming "Down W i jiba." At a meeting ol le tesfrcm 12 Arab nations in (*ai •• rcpn sen'.rtives ol the "Pali si Continued on Page 9-A Survey Needs Shows Modern Israel Arms IONDON -, %  rati 1; I.ITA Israel is ratt ly" in n <• ed ol m re ,!-.,„ rm s. as defense igainst •.. massive militarj strength ol the Arab si ites MII rounding it. the Irslitute for Strategic S'.udies re ; | here after r detailed sui LEK0UR1 AND RABBI tfH R/r!4N Wilt BE HONORED deration Annual Meet Features 'Firsts' j ,th annual meeting <>t the Miami Jewish Federation [7 ""'< l Jewish Appeal • 'I important "M '""" Dance taking place Faj evening, May 22. at :;l 1 VWHA of Greater lSWaih s... will be an • \ ening •iir-ts." David B. Fleeman, chairman of the Annual Meeting Committee, noted that "this is the first time In Federation's history lhat stub a meeting will be held at an affiliated faeilitv <>t the Federation. |a jjgnificant that the newest facility in the Federation family, oor new YM and YWHA headquarters, should be the setting for an evening when all members of our Jewish community and of our Federation will gather to hear President Sidney Lefcourt report on the many outstanding achievements made by our central Jewish communal organization during his three terms as president." The purchase of the new Y' facility, the expansion ol the JewContinued on Page 3-A vcj i i the militar> csrpa • lilies the Vrab SI ites and Israel 1 sui vej referred spccificall> to %  • v< rkill capability" ol Ihe Arab states lhat are hostile i" Israel Starting with l>t el's "most pov 'ml adversary," the sun e j showed that that enemy, Egypt, has an army of 160,000 men and offi (ci .. organized in eight divisions. two of Ihem armored, four of them in :-ilidivisions with tank support. gjp.'s total armored strength-was .iven as 1,200 tanks, including 100 lussian T-34's, and the survey added that the Russians are now delivering to Egypt their new T 10 battle tanks Egypt also has about 1.500 artillery and multiple rotkrt launchers, and about 250 mobile, single stage, ground to ground missiles. These include the Al Continued on Page 7-A



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Pcqe 2-A knist meridian Nasser Repeats Attack on Tunisia LONDON (JTA Egyptian sident GamaJ Abdel Nassi i warned his people thai the United Su es may wanl to attach strings to further economic aid t<> Egypt. Al the same time, he again denced Tunisia's President Habib rguiba for proposing Arab Israeli peace talks, according to dispatches received here Sondaj In a May Day speech at a Cairo leer's rally, and over television, -IT threw down the gauntlet to l ':uteil States, implying that w., Sington wants to condition further aid on terms which he did not specif] As for Bourgulba, he i harge thai Wes ern Powers are ( nc urst ing Israel t>> launch in supplying arms i" Is. r; el. From Tunis it was reported that President Bourguiba has sent a lengthy letter to Nasser, seeking to meet with the Egyptian leader to discuss their differences. At the same time, howBritain Sees Problems In Bourguiba's Stand Continued from Page 1-A Langford-Holt whether he would make a statement on his talks with Premier Levi Eshkol of IsBeth Moshe Registration Set Beth Moshe Congregation Kinder en iopening registration for children who will be three, four and years old by January 1. ;. %  ''> Separate el. ISMS are maintained 'i age level. Nursery is for Iren who will he three. Junior irten i!• r children who will I e four, an I & nior Kit •n for children who will be • .i.ui. l-t I Stal xpei % %  %  raine" by Israel "it -' %  mid be taken to the United v Hons and not be the subject Ol an att nipt to settle it bj armed Conor any means of that kind ;u' a visit to Rome this week, Mr Wilson said be bad discussed Mid.!..East pi .tii Italian Pr mier Aldo Moro. He reiterated. ai a i ress conference, his opinion t Israel should take the Jordan River issue to the United Nations rather than n sort to force. 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B urguiba said he fell free to voice his own solutions and waa • not prepared to surrender Tunisian sovereignty to anyone" In Algiers, Presidi nt Ahmed Hen Bella said Wednesday that he fa vors a "peaceful solution" to the Palest'ne prcblem, provided that "solution" meant, "the disappearance Of Israel."' He Stated that, if n< sssary, Algiers would go to war "to liberate Palestine." India's Government was reported in New Del.'i as supporting the call for Arah-I laeli peace talks issued bj Tunisia's President Habih BourEitiha. That report followed conversations with Prime Minister Shastn and other top offieials of Die Government with Monui Slim, former president of the United Na tions General Assembly, who came here a few days ago as Bouryuiba's representative to discuss the Mid&\ F.,-1 -: nation with India's leaders. 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May 7. 1965 +Je*lst fhrMirtr Page 3-A isurance Firms in Loan to U.S. Jewry lif,. insurance ~ t W eel< signed a loan the Jewish tfency ,.ricun I beneficial agency of ft Pwteh'ApPMlprovid, W lo a n. totalling $50.fc iSS faith and cred,,sh com. munity represented by the United Jewish Appeal as collateral. The United Jewish Appeal, the guarantor in this unique financial transaction, is the major Jewish organization in the United stales raising funds for humanitarian purposes Since its formation in 1989, l J \ has raised more than $1.5 hil lion to aid more than three million oppressed and distressed persona in rael nnd overseas areas ComI ined Jewish Appeal raises Hinds in Miami tor the national United %  >' wi-'i Appeal program The loan is to lie repaid in level toleration Meet to Feature 'Firsts' CoP .njfdromPagel-A I ,,he \ze the Mtat> i, [| DevelopJ Education, I Famib nd Jewish 1 • I testi. ledtcated mits and %  """'• ** ] contriPting will P" 5 ". to Lefcourt." II be hMh... a tributi to '>'• l rvin -' W H] be completing | le rm .ifeneral ciiair„• city-wide fombined kAppeal campaign Ttidrr Rabbi Lehrman s leaderiftbive seen our Combined I Appeal serve a record numrof ir.i-r. women, and children [last year's campaign, which better than S100.000 more Continuing the out[tESCRiPTION OPTICIANS IFUHION CENTER OF THE SOUTH rfffnt Stlection In L.iteat Stylet fOi Ven ana Women FBEE PARKING SPACE IN |lEAR CONVENIENT TO BUSES 738 LINCOLN ROAD iOn ln M i Phone JE 8 0749 0:. rtt Prricuti >-* Tilled CONTACT LENSES RAT PROOFING A Specialty IfSMM PEST CONTROL FOR THE HOME AND BUSINESS FREE INSPECTION TRULY NOLEN EXTERMINATORS Tel. FR 7-1411 *00 N.W 7th AVE. standing support, this year's campaign, again under Dr Lehrman's leadership, has alread) reised tl,316.400, maintaining the pace of to percent increase needed in meet our campaign goal "i Si,135,080 or (50 01 bove the amounl raised lasl year," Pleeman dec hired. "T i date we ha Ij reci'ivi d a record number ol pledges ti om members ol the com mi i tj fir our 1965 campaign." the chair man stated. "This is an outstanding measure of Dr. Lehrman's devotion to the principle 'that every Jew is responsible for every other Jew.' The record number of contributors is indicative of his outstanding leadership and indicative of MSe fact that through his service as chairman we have brought the Federation and CJA story to every segment of the community." Assisting Fleeman in key positions on the Dinner Committees will be a number of top level leaders in Federation and in communal ', i activity. Dr. Joseph R. Narot will I serve as toastmaster for the even, iriK. Mrs. Jack Katzman and Mrs. i IrvmK Lehrman are co-chairing l the Arrangements Committee. Mrs. ; i Burton S. Goldstein will be program | Beach Bar Forum Slated Monday At 8 p.m Monday, at Ocean ; Front Auditorium, the Miami Beach Bar Association will present its next Public Information Forum. Attornen Raphael K Yunes, of she Miami Beach Bar Association, will speak on "The Forthcoming Miami Beach Elections — New Changes A film entitled "Lawyer from Boston" will also wn chairman, and Mrs Sol Goldstein u ill serve as (hairman ol host On Friday, Mrs Goldstein has invited all prospective host for the annual meeting to a luncheon nl Federation headquarters, where thc> H ill plan their ke> role i n the e\ ening ol The annual meeting will he a Iress optional all inning '.. ith a 7 15 p m cocktail hour. Dietary laws w ill !>< %  obs< t\ I al lie dinm sped.i 1 presentations will be made to the honorees. Lefcourt and Rabbi Lehrman, and to Mrs. Inez Krensky, chairman of the W men's Division; to Norton Pallot and George Talianoff, co-chairmen of the Trades and Professions Council; and to John Serbin and R. 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Bank ol Dade County, Citj National Bank nt Coral Gables and Capital Na tional Batik ol Miami. icipating life insurance cotnpanies are Aetna Life Insurance Company, Connecticut General Life Insurance Company, Connecticut Mutual Lite'insurance Com pany, Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company. Mutual Life In surance Company of New York. New England Mutual Life Insurance Company, Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company. Phoenix Mutual Life Insurance Company. Provident Mutual Lite Insurance Company of Philadelphia, and the Travelers Insurance Company. P. Stokes Gaither. vice president of New England Mutual Life Insurance Company, and spokesman for the lenders, commented. •This loan is remarkable in that it has been structured upon the established spirit of philanthropy and the integritj of the Jewish people in America. 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Mav 7, 1965 5 Iyar 5725 %  f flmiiM; The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising lews throuqhout the world are arking the upiisinq of the Warsaw Ghetto in April, 1943. The event is dramatic moment in Jewish histcry. It is a painful moment. It is a heroic moment, as well. Twenty-two years aqo, the Jew. community of Warsaw rose up a revolt against the savage and • imiliating onslaught of Hitler's ouster hordes. For some six weeks, th little or no armament, and with : >sclutely no assistance from the : :tside world, Warsaw's Jews, schol: s and merchants, children and pro-ionals, religious men and other. ^se sheltered women, became fierce soldiers in an awesome struqe to show the Nazis that though • ey would die, they would die hon c ably and not before the savaqe -qressors had felt their stinq. Sixty-thousand Jews stunned the : looking world that otherwise faile i to care: stunned the world not because of the German brutality, c .it because a defenseless, deterr.ined community held off its would-be murderers by the dint of courage and in the swim c: pride. It was not until the Hitler horde finally reicrted to burning out the Jewish bunkers that the heroic struggle came to an end. Since then, the Warsaw Ghetto has come 1c mean much to men and women of all faiths c.id creeds. It is, indeed, more than a symbol c: righteous rebellion. The Warsaw Ghetto uprising was the first really successful stand c gainst the Nazi onslaught on the European continent — successful thouqh in strict military :erms it failed. The uprisinq showed the Nazi reast for what it was: vulnerable in the face of r. orally-rooted determination and doomed to struction in the end of its fiery days. -JT2^. CJA'S Victory Dinner The annual meetinq and victory dinner of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation on May 22 will be symbolic of Federation's successful irnessinq of its role as our community's fundising and planninq aqency. as well as of the .365 Combined Jewish Appeal's viqorous reiwal of its determined efforts in behalf of CJA's afliliate aqencies locally, nationally, ; uroad and a Israel. As of now, the campaiqn is runninq some percent ahead of last year's effort, which 10 represented an upward trend measured rist previous annual drives. Under the dual helm of Mr. Sidney Lefart, president of Federation and Dr. Irvinq Lehrman, chairman of 1965 CJA, Greater Miami oks forward to the easy achievement of its -:,435,080 qoal. With the ten percent runninq edge, CJA should go well over the top by the • :ne the 27th annual meetinq and victory dinner roll around on May 22. In recognition of the devoted efforts of both these leaders, a dual tribute will be paid -era during the function. This is a worthy cchievement of which both they and the comr..unity can easily be proud. Distinctions Are Necessary Cardinal Bea, president of the Vatican Secmut fcr Christian Unity is truly well-moti ited on the question of the Ecumenical declaration relating to the Jews In New York earh reek, he expl away Pope : irmon as having relcrtionshil to th-> declaration. The Pope wo e traditional lied %  ;s. We are saddened as much by the explanation as by the sermon itself. Cardinal Bea carries the spirit of Pope John XXIII. His determination to see John's desires fulfilled after death is beyond guestion. But the explanation, even if Pope Paul were to agree, and it is to be assumed he would, widens the lift between the intention of the Vatican to philosophize theologically and to act realistically. Doctrines can have no meaning if the Pope, himself, fails to implement them. What Cardinal Bea was saying is that the Pope in his Lenten sermon merely told the people what they have heard for some twothousand years and what they are now accustomed to hearing. This is patent nonsense. When Pode John made changes in the Easter liturgy, we recall his stopping an Easter Sunday service after participants surrounding him in the Vatican prayed according to the rejected text, and ordered them to repeat the prayer as he had rewritten it. Here is the distinction between theology and actuality; and 't -s up to the Church fathers to make the one out of the other, as Pope John had done. Bourquiba's Diplomacy Habib Bourguiba has finally explained his position. His words speak foi themselves. It is not a guestion of the realities of Middle i politics so far as Israel and the Arabs aie conceined. In Bourguiba s eyes, it is a question of the Arabs as a whole and Nassei in particular. Bourguiba has not departed from his fundamentally anti-Israel stand. He is not asking for a genuine rapprochment with Israel. He has predicated his suggestions for peace on the basis of the original UN partition plan a proposal that Israel would obviously never accept. No one knows this better than Bourguiba. What he is seeking is a reduction in the totalitarian influence of Gamal Abdel Nasser. Nothing could achieve this better than his "peace proposal," which ha< already met with riots in the Arab world. Israel, in Bourguiba's eyes, is the secondary consideration. Were Bourguiba sincere in his views, he would turn toward the example of ban, which, under the Shah maintains vigorously healthy political and economic ties with 1 i would talk less and do more. Thus far, it can only appeoi that Pi Bourguiba Israel as a nawn in .Mi inmai %  %  JBJBJ during the week .. as i see it by LEO MINDLIN JEWS IN TH! Soviets nave shown •,'" %  degree ol is an r : mark, f f.cfon. They have ui* Judaism a. uk.nd of? against the monoli,h ic a the more amazinfl W-, !" tr", H dedic %i3 ish tradition via an increasing number of renfid£ t .2 ,,, *5 at compromising the synagogue and the train,,,.. 1 S? ail and Hebrew teachers. %  lu "in< rabl What Moscow anticipates is that the deliberate retake on the oppearance of natural atrophy Cor^SS**' leaders should then be able to say that Jew? thenT y to or new! for Judaism. It has not worked out ,h u ,??" ot identification amony Snviot 3mm ....... ... 'w %  nflrjyinJBMU.* !:•* I." to an ideal, for which unhappily they have little or understanding because the opportunity to learn |, ,|.,,,',, ty The obeisance, at least, continues: and this is the uHH,rt,m i. It .hew. the Jewish refusal to submit to the he. ; ; \ ciety Add to >uc, a staunch attitude the com historic Russian ant, .Semitisin. •>••-and the Sin i• threaten mmun.tj J with a double-barreled ideological shotgun TIME WAS WHEN the Soviel .ieish co among the proudest elements 0 f the Kret short a tmuit turn.,I out to be The reason* those that motivated mans Americans in the ei ioin the Communist Part) Th. > were root. Russian .lew had been segregated There nor. could not live, occupations to which he was prev. • i ileges as a citizen denied him. and win i eternal threat ol religious massacre The angrj Jewish striving toward social injusi J and economic equalit) sent some Jews to Palest HI. I 1 ol the first Aliyah others stayed, later seein the answer to their prayers ., new society ii would no longet exist b) Communist guarante. tunity held promise for them no less hope! || Jew ish neighbors The ret lection ol this promise even spread I tl teeming dj toe. ,n America And ,t is one ot the sadder comi development of the Jewish community henthat • \ M IMS who were its intellectual leaders denigrate J ism in reaction against earlier generations ol Jewis exp Eastern Kurope at large, rejecting religion and othei lewish eutai al roots in childish!} gestured nihilism. The Yid papers, which became the new secular Counterparts ol the literature regarded so reverentl) by their lather., v.u\l 1st variety of Judaism principally devoid of anj element that mai remind the American ghetto ol what had occurred in the ghettoes Russia and Poland. As a kind of ve.-tigial organ, the philosophy propounded In the. journal, during that time is still manifest in the Folk Schules us today, where a proud preoccupation seem, to remain ho bo>fl to desecrate the Sabbath in -secular Jewish" terms The So. characteristic of the era. perhaps little more than an archaic yx now. seek, its source in an imaginary Socialism in an equally ima^-J CYNICAL COMMIHTARY OH SOCIAL PRITINTIONS THE POSE IS a (lift,cult one to maintain. Those who know anyl .1 at all about Israel recognise the vast difference Mween tlwl never fulfilled promise of the Russian Revolution and the realitwi; ot the Jewish State. The now disillusioned among us are also cot fronted by the bitter oppressions in the Soviet I on which the; in fact ultimately escaped in capitalist America ami their brot avoid in uncategorizable Israel They may want no contact nil I memories of Czarisl anti Scmitisin. but Kremlin anti-Semitisn variet) to which they must bitterly lace up Hence, the) live to a dream of once ure.it possibilit) the real manifestation of that possibility is too u | plate The more mature strength, ii any indeed exist.* all I which Soviet .lews can reach out today in then search loi 4 abroad is the strength of still newer generations ol Vnv I who are returning, however tentatively and motivate wrong reasons, lo the synagogue This reversal ot fortune, a cynical comm. the social pretention. of the Communist Revolution in the onstrates the political purpose of Kremlin ml v than anj other commentary possibly could All ol which brings me to the point made h< I weeks thai outmoded methods ot protest Jews in the Soviet L'nion tod.) are not mere ran, in fact work in reverse They can, indeed DROTESTS AND PETITIONS, demonstrate ns %  press Soviel strategists against the wall Wit courses of action l.-it open to them, the) hav. thus continue, il nol advance to depth against .lews immured behind the Iron Curtain it must be borne in mind, as l have rep thai .lew. are a double irritant the) refuse i Soviet ideology, preferring to identify with th. primitively; the) are traditional outcast, as a tone Russian anti-Semitism Seen to thee terms possibl) do excepl commit the Kremlin to mon the standard Soviet argument that the internal aft; ernment are not the concern ot other governments Consider Viet Nam. There, the Soviel Union is out i em) Vet tlios. who know anything at all about Kai Eas I poliiik, understand that Washington and Moscow coiddn to wanting the same thing. There. Communism is "." 'he res • it is containment — containment of the Chinese explosionareas of agreement between ui appear to be develoi ng n more Press the question of Communism, and the usl be emphasized Increasingly powers, where human qil a\ tog" reason., m those spokesmen ot both DOW issue, the pressure is relaxin ihsame applies in the area of anti-Semitism the Soviel L'nion to ease itrestrictions terms or lo encourage ,t on theirs? More imp iviel Union to permit those Jews leave for, say, Israel? To accomplish either o ds must b. ed i com pushes i ne of those end. which oil Pressure m|



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t, May 1 1965 ^JenistifhrloTiaf} Page 5 A. dPrinz to be Guest Speaker Here It MCongress-Sponsored Event May 17 Kronish president of frvmUna halrmen of the 1963 1*!*2JM Council and naMarch on Washington r.,ih Florida tounc V&*** iM ,e Anu n l* M h foi < announces |^; president %  = rican Jewish bed chairman Born in Germany in 1902, Dr. Prim served as a spiritual leader in the Jewish community of Berlin from 1925 to 1937. He was one of the first Jewish leaders in Germany to speak out against Nazism and to urge the immediate mass migration of Jews from Europe to Palestine. Disregarding hi? personal safewho has jusl returned ty, he preached fearlessly against visil i" w ~ Germany at ihe Hitler regime, not only in the limitation ol \V< -'• Berlin Mayor syn ag og u e rmt Lhroaghout'Germanj ill report on his ; n d Europe. %  %  .,. and recently ,, ihe Confer| jt-;!i Organizations, will he YL speaker pr. Prinz. ., community' Monday, May 17. ,v Bran*mi .. • ,.there. vnone "l the 1*1 pr Prinz ten Moscow Protests [Stand on Jews Continued Iron Page 1-A jjmeot had no more right to urge • :i telling Busferial cull i i 11 "''" l >ro | %  lews than the Soviet For C Minisirj wo ild have in interm ihe American | ;t i ii Alabama. ... n, pan in ni two weeks I*maintained that il had changed I Ribicoff rcsolu |w, iru.n one ol oppositin to suplaxt. At thv same time, the Depart•he time tiat now regard|ni as more opportune. Senate |i.w. however, later comnicntMtlut last year Ihe Department Iflrrwied to kill the resolution at lltimewhen Soviet-American relaMs were bettor % %  "•i Moscow was Iwf n-pun^iu i" \nn rican public |t1ii;on. Today, thej said Nmcrican-Sov|: relations have tleierioriated to lie point that th-' Department does I'd care if the Kr--:i) Jin is offended, Because <>i his attacks on the government, Dr. Prinz suffered repeated arrest by the Gestapo, He uaa expelled from Germany in 1937 and. at the suggestion of Habbi DR. JOACHIM PRINZ has been a prominent fighter igains! racism and bigotry, In 1954, he challenged the libel attack upon him by the notorious anti-Semitic on New York's Fifth Avenue. In 1964. he led a group of American Jewish Congress leaden arrested for protesting a libelous antil.-raol mural in the Jordan Pavilion at the World's Fair. The group was acquited in a precedent-setting decision. Dr. Prinz is the author of "Dilemma of the Modern Jew," an analysis ol the impact on the American Jewish community of the creation of the Stale lit Israel and the American democratic experience. His newest book, "The Popes from the Ghetto," will be published in the fall of 1965. In 1%2. and again in unit, Dr. Prinz led an American Jewish delegation at the AJCongress—sponsored "Dialogue" in Israel. ._ -**, chairman of the Arrangements Committee for the May 17 event v. ill be Mrs. Sylvia Silvers, president of Justine Chapter. American Jewish Congress. She will be assisted by Rabbi Kronish; Bernard S. Mandler. president, Metropolitan Or Olom Men Slate Affairs Temple Or Olom Brotherhood I scheduled two affairs for May. On Sunday. Mother's Day W be observed at a 12:30 p.m. lunc eon to be held at the temple Mol era attending will be presented w orchids, The Or Olom picnic sponsored nually by the Brotherhood is s for Sunday. May 2:i. at Tropic Park beginning at 11 a.m. Fun raised will be donated to the te pie, and an English racing bi will be featured gift of the day. Brotherhood officers elected al recent meeting are Jack UM I resident; Dr. Bert Kleiman. P;. Ginsberg, vice presidents; Man Zalis, treasurer; Murray ICa> Marvin Solomon. Ralph Fistel. cretaries. Members of the board are Geor Friedman. Finery Green, M. Eaton, George Abbott. Lawren Wulkan and Dr. Jordan Matlin. Stephen S. Wise, settled in the IS |,,. u sn eet, Common Sense.'' and Chapter; Mrs. Harvey E. Kramer. J\ s fh ma ReseOrCK Party In 1940. he was named rabbi of Temple B'nal Abraham oi Newark, the oldest .lewi-h congregation in New Jersey, which he still serves. In his adopted country Dr. Prinz won a landmark court victory '•' president. Women's Division; and 1960, in support of the young "sitMesdames Leonard Sideraky, presi. m" demonstrators seeking to end dent, Biscayne Chapter, Joseph Alsegregation at lunch counters in buquerque, president. Louise Wise the South, he led an AJCongrest Chapter, and Benjamin Kamen. picket line in front of Woolworth's Miami Chapter. Greater Miami Cliapter, Cliildr •( Asthma Research Institute an Hospital, held a noon card par i on Monday at Agudath Achini s nagogue. 'jWipn ^S ^"OV S*1 Rabbi Joseph E. 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Paqe 6-A • Jelsi>fhrldian "f yir•Jt. At the Israel Bond 17th anniversary of the Kronish who was installed chairman of the State of Israel celebration Sunday at the FonGreater Miami Israel Bond Organization durtainebleau Hotel are (left to right) Sen. John ing the program; and Leonard Rosen, outqoing Pastore (D.-R.IA guest speaker; E. Zev Sufott, chairman. (See story, Page 10-A). emissary of the State of Israel; Rabbi Leon i f Hollywood Sinai Elects Officers Abe Durbin. chosen ; of whom are life trustees, plus the president oi the Auxiliary of the ospital Elected as a life trustee at the annual meeting was Maj. Albert u arner Reelected as trustee for three years were Edward L. Cowen, Paul Fas'iffe, A. C. Fine, Sam \ Goldsti in, Ri berl Z. Greene, Nathan Gumenick, Ernest Janis, Aaron Kanner. J. Gerald Lewis, Dan Ruskin and Leonard A. Wien, for two years, Ben Blum and A. J, Mola sky; tor one-year terms, .lameM pard Broad, Leo \ t haikin, Hank Meyer and John N. bin. N'ev lj ed trustee to the for i ne-year term, is Milton u iss Open 6:45 M1AM KA(H Open 1:30 "> Best Actress Award at the Cannes Film FestivalWl BANCROFT • FINCI: MASON** Pumpkin toter LEONARD ABfSS Fisher Due on Radio Leon D Fisher, executive director ot Jewish Family and <'hildien's Service, will be interviewed Friday, 10 p.m on the Larry King Show. Fisher will discuss the general counseling and guidance pro ims offered bj JFCS, with special emphasis on the current need tor foster home facilities, The interview will be broadcast live over WIOD. Now Rodgers 4 Hammerstein's Romantic Musical Comedy swaa BETSY /PALMER RAY MIDDLETOM mc CHARCE TICKETS T All J ORDAN ,' *f\ JMARSH STORES 1 -H-. (BUROINE'S. FLASUR ST. f'\ "'S & %  ? %  —< %  BA0EIAH0 COCONUT GROVE PLAYHOUSE Restaurant I Art Gallery 3500 Main HighAay. '."lam HI S-2SS1 Si in'. J' >lu lic'. )u ii.Mr* 'IrtU I "SOW ENCMAHtlC BONN IIOOOMI MMRE IS HTttHK llC l )( IM M "I'M IN i *ONDEII C JI an %  vouhc i mu SPI •. % %  HAP" r i H01E' W THIS NlADlt *'• HI "I'M (OHNA WASH '--• H* DI6HI Ollt • l OPENING MA* • riMM) liMMH "RATTI.F W SIMPLE WAV Eliot M. Daniels Representative MIAMI Tel: 371-6645 How long would your savings last if disability stopped you from working? One month? Six months? You probably have insurance to cover crippling medical expenses, but what about loss of income for the time you cannot work! Where will the money come from to keep up payments on your home, your car, your furuiture! It has to come from somewhere. Why not let Manufacturers Life give you an income while vou are disabled! It's as simple as that. Here is why" our Personal Income Protector Plan is worth investigating. 1 It offers \ou wide flexibility in amount of income and the length of time it will be paid if you are disabled. •J. For example: you may be able to arrange for income benefits right through to age 65 for total disaUitv due to sickness or for life when an accident is the cause. Acc.dental death and dismemberment benefits to age 65 are also offered. 8. Vou can co-ordinate the plan with your other resources; tailor it to your needs and vour pocket book. 4. Manufacturers Life cannot cancel the policy nor can your premium rate be raised—ever. n The olan can be set up to put emphasis on long term income benefits and to Overcome the inadequacy of any short term coxerage you may already have. If you'd like to learn more, call your Manufacturers Life representative. He'll be glad to give you all the details. MANUFACTURERS LIFE %  INSURANCE COMPANY WINNER OF 8 ACADEMY AWARDS BIST PICTURE REX HARRISON, BIST ACTOR GEORGE CUKOR. BEST DIRECTOR ''MXTFatRiaDT kREX • rrs T£CMNICOLOMSUPrPAHAVISIl # W FROM WARNE* MOS •4 LINCOLN THEATRE, LINCOLN ROAD MAIM BEACH it MTOI PRICE SCAli EVENING PERFORMANCES MATINEE PERFODMANCiS EVENING PERFORMANCES { %  ncludmg 'due*) Monday ih u F' Sa*. Su Thursday ^ ^' ORCHESTRA $2 75 S3.S0 IOGE 3 00 3.75 PERFORMANCES AT 1 P M MATINEES • 8 30 PM EVENINGS BOX OFFICE OPEN 10:30 to "30 S2.50 2 50 STARLIGHT ROOF DINNER-DANCING NIGHTLY TO THE MUSIC OP MAL MALKIN HIS PIANO AND HIS ORCHESTRA Superb Continental Dining Visit the STARLIGHT LOUNGE for a breathtaking V4w of the Gold Coast No Cover, No H>nimum mwi on the ocean at 48th Street, Miami Beach Reservations Required: JE 2-3bW



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y.May 13&3 Je*lstfk>ridfor, Paqe 7-A Israel 'Desperately' in Need of Arms Cntinuedfrom Page l-A L -hich carries a 1,000-poond fef nd .h. A. K.hir with a C warhead. The f.r.l has a ""rfflS miles the second "* of 375 m es How,ver l M -dated there is no evi5S tS h •• y e d e ., modern guida""Vfr lhr these weapons, and exj doubt about Egyps abil^"pinpoint the targets. a ,. ., • B ined army fepm*". .u,ly with ncan weaf udm "'" lieavj Patton tank, nair foree !:;.. nlj about 60 craft, including i or two squadrons I>I obsolete, Hut: li built fighters Iraq shown in the survey to have about 75,000 men in three infantrj divisions, a mi unt. mi dh ision and thre> rigadca of special Defense Ministry troi pi n armor includes 250 Russian T-30 and T-54 tanks, its air tone has 250 craft, including se> eral types ol the Russian MIG fighters. Syria has an arm) of 60,000 men, with some 500 tanks mostly Russian, and between 150 and 200 aircraft. Lebanon has an arm) of in.'•"> %  men an : a small air force including about 20 British Hunter and Vampire lighters According to he survey, Israel's enemies could call upon more than 100.000 troops. excluding reservi s and gendarmery reinforcements from other Arab countries Against all this combined Arab "overkill capability," the survey concluded, Israel has a strength of 250,000 men. Its regular army strength has only three infantry brigades and one armored division equipped with medium tanks, some of them the obsolete Shermans. Israel's air force is given as containing only 450 planes, including five squadrons of French-built Mystere fighters and the same number of lightstrike aircraft. Israel's "desperate need" for more modern arms is shown by Israel's > in renl inti resl in obtainBritish Hawker. Siddelcj and Buccaneer low level bomb rs and 'he British Chieftain tank-, the published n port says The latter are the in is! formidable weapons of their kind in existence Jack Woody Due At Academy Miami Beaeh Recreation Department supervisor Jack Wood) will be guest speaker Mondaj before the Hebrew Academy PTA. He will talk on the recreational facilities on Miami Beach. Meeting is scheduled to start at 12:30 p m Mrs Samuel Rosner, PTA president, announced the regular meetv ill be preceded by a special "coffee with the Rabbi" session for parents who will have a question and answer period with Academy principal. Rabbi Alexanders. Gross. Highlight of the meeting will be election Of new officers tor the coming school year. CHARLES W. CHAM. JR. Realtor and Appraiser YOUR MONEY IS OUR BUSINESS DENNIS P. CLUM Senior Vice President & Trust Otl'C*' FRtELAND B. CRESAP Retired. Senior Vice President, Burdine's LON WORTH CROW. JR. *. W. EHRHART President Lon worth Crow Co. Retired DONALD R. JONES Senior Vice President M. LUTHER MERSHON Senior Member ol La* fir Mershon Sawye' Johnston Dunwo JOSEPH S. MOSS Honorary Chairman o* the Board RUSSELL T. PANCOAST JOHN M PAYNE. JR. ?rch.lect. F A I A President Pancoast. Ferend.no 5fcee*e (. Grellon MILTON SIRKIN Reel Estate investments FRANK SMATHERS JR. Chairman ol the Board We will show you how to CHARLES E. SORENSfcN Retired BORROW CATCHINGS TMERREL Senior Member el Lew Firm Copeiand, Therrel. Baisen A, Peterson WALTER 6. V06EL Former Sen.or Vice President A, ,he oldest and largest bank on Miami Beach, we have weathered sue,, h n-i-.ls as the collapse of the Florida real estate boom in th t The same .oun ^^ „ f dep08ltl .„,, :::;:;';;;,:r^;eio,, e o n,,e t ,,u, r eeu ri ; ,iieco U ,,,, :,;„„,„„. *— %  %  *"""" '"""•" "** John H. Payne. Jr., I'r


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Page 8-A • Jewish HerkUar today, May 7, World Jews Mourn Tragedy si:\\ YORK — (JTA) — Jews victorious!) — in the Israeli War of • foughout the tree world joined Independence and the fight for sur is week in commemorating key viva! that followed?" He added that 1 ente of Hitler's satanic attempt to the heritage thej lefl was not only 1 stroj every Jewish man. woman for and in Israel, not only for Jews d child in Europe during World hut for all free men. ciation of Jewish New Americans, which co-sponsored the memorial service. In Montreal, a communal rally was held at the CHevra KadishaB'nai Jacob Synagogue. Six can1 IT 1 1 ,. The Warsaw Ghetto Jews ••held dlea symbolic of the martyred Six 1 he events memorialized in the „ fl lht Nazla and preserved for all MilH()n W( .,. (1 ,„ Mayor Je a n DrapL therings were the holocaust itself, | o£ lls a hum:in dig,,*,, ha t their issui ,,, proclamation urging the anniversary of Uie uprising in oppressors would otherwise have „ Montreal t .„ zens I(1 jnm in the : 13 ol the doomed Jews in the Warsaw Ghetto against the Nazi •de, and the anniversary of the 1 >eration of the death camps the / ci '• %  1 for their mass iimrr program ruined." he said, lie cited the views the late President Kennedy that the ghetto resistance was "a chajv ter in the annals of human horoism." Dr. Max Nussbaum. ZOA presIsrael's two million Jews halted j^ent. made a strong plea tor I'ni activities tor one minute in mory of the 6.d00.(H) European 1 uish victims Special memorial vices were held in schools and vices at synagogue s Premier Eshkol and Dr. Nahum 'cldmann attended an unveiling : eremony at a monument in he Treblinka death camp. A -.onument in memory of the -tore than 1,000,000 Jew child vic• ms of the holocaust was un.eiled on Mount Zion in Jeru: alem. [n a Remembrance Hay broadi -t. A. E. Kubovy. director of the "i id Vashem, the Israel Center for • e Documentation of the HOJJOc ust. implied that Germany re3 ained unrepentant He cited the < bate over West German exten • >n for four and a half years of • e statute ol limitations for proedition of Nazi war criminals. He -, id that the debate had made it > ear •that Germany refuses to acci pt the demand of the entire civili.ed world to recognize Nazi crimes crimes against humanity." I is address was part of a Remem'ance Day broadcast marking the : th annh ersary ol the liberation ol • e death camps The principal United States obnance was held in New York '. ty where thousands gathered at ; iocs Square — briefly renamed Warsaw Ghetto Square" — with a ige photographic reproduction of %  granite monument on the site the fc rnier ghetto as a backop. The rally was held under the tspices of the Zionist Organizaon of American and co-sponsored 30 national metropolitan Jewish 'ganizations. Sen. Robert F. Kennedy told -he gathering that the 60,000 Jews vho died fighting the Naiis in the Warsaw Ghetto battle were the 'beginning of the end" for Hitler because resistance movements all over Europe took heart from -heir example. He said the resistance forces occupied the attention of millions of German soldiers 'who had to be very mindful hat their victims, given the -.hance, could turn on them." Those 60.000 Warsaw Ghetto vie• ins. the Senator said, "directly elped to found the State of Israel" .]• -who c. HI say how much the ,'arsaw Ghetto meant to those who have fought so valiantly — and llUIItS *II'1| IIU^IUVIII "I till INU i tan Jewish Committee, told the synagogue to commemorate the an ally that the destruction of the niversary of Uie liberation of Nazi tid States ratification of the United Nations Genocide Covention. Morris Abram, l.s. representative to the IN Commission on Human Rights and president of the Amer ici r kind if which the Jews were victim in uaitimc Europe would be impossible now because of 20 years it human rights progress. In Philadelphia, several thousand persons stood with bowed heads as the Jewish chant for the dead, "El Molay Rachamim, "was recited in memory of the murdered European Jews. The memorial ceremony, held at the Monument to the Six Million, marked the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising anniversary. The 18-foot bronze memorial, unveiled a year ago, was created in Italy by Sculptor Nathan Rapoport and brought to Philadelphia by the Federation of Jewish Agencies and the Associty wide i bserv ance Typical of the i bservances in Eu. rope was a meeting in Brussels marking the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising anniversary. After rites at the Greal Synagi gue, the participants marched silently through the city's streets to the Tomb of Unknown Soldier. The National Confederation of Belgian Political Prisoners organized a memorial at the camps In Paris, a solemn appeal to Soviet Foreign Minister Andre Gromy ko. then in Paris on an official visit, to permit reunion of families separated by World War II and Nazi persecution emerged from a mass meeting to commemorate the Warsaw Ghetto rev It. Several thousand people crowded the huge Paris Hall. The appeal to Gromyko was made on behalf of local Jewish organiza tions by Dr. F. Menahem who told the assemblage that it was "a tragic fact" that 20 years after the war. the three million Soviet Jews were being "deprived of their culture and prevented from freely exer cising their faith." A contribution to the day camp scholarship fund of the Y\ and WHA of Greater Miami was presented last ,veek by rtJ Coral Gables Sertoma Club 'o help two needy childrtend the summer program of the "Y." Shown mckinq the pr&j sentation is Edward Raduns (left), president, to Emanuel TropeI associate director of the "Y." He said he was appealing to Gromkyo not only as a Jew but also as a Frenchman "at a time when relations between France and the Soviet Union were becoming closer." He said that French public opinion "cannot remain mute" in the face of "such an injustice" as the disabilities imposed on Soviet Jews. In Buenos Aires, one of the heroes vho survived the Nazi destruction niversary that there ere still Nazis and ex Y, ,,round th v. orld "ready to -t<-p into Hi'lerl vacant hoots" Known by the undo ground name oi Antek." Zukerman (old the thousand! the rall> that there were acod Nad groups now in Ormaajl France. Sweden ;,n<\ the Anwic The rally was staged liy thel 'the central organization of Arffl tine Jewry, and the Jewish Cu tminity of Buenos Aires Thenl ol ihe (ihetto warned at a mass was featured throughout Argei rally commemorating the revolt anby press, radio and television. LET'S GET WORKIN WITH MIAMI BEACH DAILY&SUN nourc NULL %  ••' Publisher Friday, jfjtj U. II Rights are Cited To Canadian Unit Continued from Page 1-A d rather than the Provincial. •vel In the field of education, it as requested that Jews be exempted from taking examinations on a .wish holiday or on the Sabbath, other requests included: Avoidnee of elections and plebiscites mi ie Sabbath; the right of observant cws and Seventh Day Adventists • open their businesses on Sundays. • they elose on Saturdays; a genral anti-discrimination clause or ill ol rights for the Province of < intario. "Spurious golf clubs, which are i reality public courses, excluding nwanted religious practitioners or aces mm attacked. Another pro<>sal asked that racial stereotypes i school textbooks be eliminated. he CJC also reiterated its opposiion to religious instruction in pub. c schools, and requested that more attention bo given to those caching Nazism and other extremit, political philsophies, "of the i ight and left MILTON SIRKIN SOUTH MIAMI BEACH HEADQUARTERS 859 WASHINGTON AVE. PHONE: JE 1-5816 Last week I went with a group of men to the office of MUton Sirkin In No. 1 Lincoln Road. Milton was expecting only me and he was surprised to see Max Orovitz, Baron dt Hlrsch Meyer. C. L. Clements ST., Jimmy Albert. Gus Geiger. Max Boderman, Saul Weingarten, Robert L Turchln and other*. In fact to say he was surprised understates. He was startled. Ot'R PI -RPOSE was to try to convince Milton Sirkin to run for City Council. It is a time for a change and in our opinion he represents the kind of man who would serve Miami Beach well. In previous conversations, I had heard Mai Englander talk about the need for better Councilman and he o'ten made the remark to Milton Sirkin that If Sirkin would run, he. Englander. would get off the Council. We now know that Englander didn't mean what he said but that Is another story. After more than an hour's discussion. Sirkin was persuaded. Having finally said yes. he then began to ask a couple, of questions about affairs of policy and personI.IU. U Ih. -it. MAX Orovitr stopped him: -Milton, nobody here even wants to discuss this with you. The decisions you make are up to you Anybody's advice you want to ask. I'm sure they'll be glad fo give. But you're not going to find anybody trying to tell you what to do and certainly this group Isn't." At this pont. Bob Turchln spoke. "Milton." he said, "this same group helped me get elected. I ran tell you that not one of them has ever come and asked me for a thing — nothing." I'm a newcomer to Miami Beach by most standards, having been here only two years (June 1). But I can tell you I was thrilled to see and hear what I did in Milton Sirkin's office that recent morning. Kingmakers* Well. If you eal) what I have told you klngmaking thsn your dcf.nitlon Is different from mine RATHER, it repress:, tl the concern of many pcopV — not Just those who called on Milton — that it's time for a change at City Hall It reflects the feeling that the quality of our representation on City Council does not match the problems faced by the Council Rotte Nelll I do not like the idea of newspaper editor even ui .Ing individual people to run for office. Better he should choose from among those who offer. But when we have a deteriorated situation and still good men are reluctant, then I think an editor would be blind to his duty i( with others, he didn't try to enlist tome able candidates I have faith in the peop.e of Miami Beach to ciiooe (or themselves oJure 1 n


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Mr 7 1365 +Jewlsli FkrMiar Paqe 9-A. fonisia Recalls Ambassador from Egypt %  I Ml" %  3 TI Pag M • .mi' submit• hi', re pri posals ihe Arab Lea.-: i. ;i Ii' '%  '• %  .. 11 the mem ihal issue. F: II' I-"' ti the Tunisian ro, which in: Arab ref oees, ; 03 as a Zion•j'ion fol'owed • ^y Ejypt that its ambassador the wake of an : r ptian Embassy T-. £r,,ptian Governsly denounced :?r s bid to be an ;-.veen the Arabs Fjrtian Ministry moud R'9 *W the Egyptian toil -: %  ,nis week ,haf % %  Tno rt-: ,iKrou' : lwi*d i Tunis'" i Twr-is. limulta, Tunisia" r edijr. "(hi* is a case in which there can be no intermediary, no negotiations nor compromise." Ibe Egyptian Foreign Minister's statement was the lirsi official Egyptian cemment on Bourguiba's tommenl for Aral) recognition l the Arab refugee problem %  I r thoir settlement "among theii brothers in Arab sta es pbbcp Endorses View That Judaism wld Missionize Among Unaffiliated By 5=e: *' %  Report |\,r> vi Rt. Rev. .lames :: -. the Episcopal nia. endorsed a II in Reform Julj and actively usly unatoerfiiasively." larcd Bishop Pike % % %  • -Th Ih : A.llf R Mt, presi % %  AHC mem n • i m.l Jew i 'i or are contained Faith Survive? -d Afterthoughts the recent mice \. Eisenihe Union of i ongregations arenl body cf the western e than one in its 660 conWriting in Wl current issue of l*Ameican Jwci ,m." the official |*r!erly migii ne of the UAHC, I Bishop Pike >i 3 "It has generlllly ponies C-stians, especialllr tnese wN5> .nderstanding of iJudiism is efficient for them to Iwiciat* Hst :;mmon theological bickaro.,.-; setween Judaism lind so mix • sound Christian Itraoition. why Jjdaism has typliully not :;en missionarylaindea." ith %  %  .;. %  ttkii. i, '.lined. "One can reticence about I'speciauy these percentage of ally secularists not Judaism be o its commun' in-in those e n ligious comfuum ici • • Ri bbi Kisendrath the matter so In "The l'nvanislnn-4 .lew." the i %  ok's i pening chapter. Dr. Fi-ent'rath stated, "Either Judaism has somothil L: tn saj to modern man or it hasn't. If it has. we have the ( ut\ to share it." Men toda) seek a rational faith. lie said, ore < I passion and action, i faith which "tar fn m besmirchina man with innate original sin. affirms instead his capacity, as ci>partner with Rod. to shape a world ..f peace and justice." .Ii: laism has the inherent qualities to satisfy ih's search, accordug t-i Dr. Eisendrath. "We can replenish far mine than are forsaking our ranks — replenish not with numbers only, but with converts far more committed than those periph eial malcontents who so eagerly 'loose lie band of the yoke.' which I am confident, myriadare ready, willingl} and joyously, to assume." i: hop Pike avers l.hal "tan Faith Survive"" is iiiii>ort.;nt in the greater dial gue between Christian aiid Jewish traditions arid that it provides "a good entrj into the meaning, life and direction (of Judai :n and into the mind and hear; II an inspirit .: leadt r." Red Cross Annual Meeting Dade C <• u n t >• Chapter of the tun ru.in Red Cross will hold its annual dinner meeting al the Ei tglades Hotel on Wednesday, May Ii at 7:30 p ni Ji lin 15. Turner is chairman of the Annual Meeting Committee. Ramone s Eaton, vice president of American National Red Cross, will be guest speaker m e :r "-.'/ Daniel Neal Heller (right) is cited by DepartreCe-ti t or5da I e wish War Veterans, tor his contributions c a.Tia I*""'' ? rinci P les oi ,h e JWV as immediate past national ^Dtohnf*'* "' !akin 9 tne citation is Ainslee R. Ferdie. Florida itejoari' ;>mmander as Albert Schwartz, of Atlanta. Ga., wereTi! r .> zander, looks on. Sponsors of the presentation PresdeT^*** ? loridian and Joseph Schlang. of New York, dct'-j. T : re Gr aphic History of the Jewish Heritage FounComplete "repatriation" in Israel for the Arab refugees, numbering over 1,030,000 according to some figures, was one of Ihe points advanced in Mr. Bourguiba's peace formula. Mrs Mi ir said, at the same meeting, that only one solution c iuld in i v, ni Israeli res >rt to militarj action on Ihe Jordan River water i h sol ition she said, is i revc'sal ol th d< cision to di ol the Jordan. Foreia Mil ister liabib B lur guiba, Jr., of Tunisia said this week that he touched "only very lightly" ni President Bourguiba's proposals foi Arab Israel peace when he met with Secretary of State Rusk and other state Department officials in Washington. The foreign minister, on of the President, voiced hpe that other Arab nations would heed Tunisia s call for a reasonable setHi nenl of the Arab-Israel impasse based on his lather's proposals I hope we will not be alone." he -..id. adding that he felt other Aral countri mid displaj "wta dom." The purpose of ins mission to Washington however, was • > assistant e F< r Tunisia's tour vear economic plan to be launched. NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING Greater Miami Jewish Federation AND REPORT OF NOMINATING COMMITTEE and PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO BY-LAWS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE BY-LAWS, THE NOMINATING COMMITTEE IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THAT THE FOLLOWING NOMINEES FOR OFFICERS AND GOVERNORS WILL BE PRESENTED FOR ELECTION AT THE FORTHCOMING ANNUAL MEETING OF THE GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION. SUCH ANNUAL MEETING WILL BE HELD ON SATURDAY, MAY 22, 196S, AT 7:15 P.M., AT THE YM & YWHA OF GREATER MIAMI, 8500 S.W. 8th ST., MIAMI HONORARY PRESIDENT: IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT: PRESIDENT: VICE PRESIDENTS: TREASURER: ASSOCIATE TREASURER: SFCRETARY: ASSOCIATE SECRETARY SAM BLANK A. J. HARRIS SAM J. HEiMAN HOWARD KANE SAM BLANK. CHAIRMAN LEONARD ABESS BEN BLUM LEO A CHAIKIN SAM A GOLDSTEIN MRS JACK ABLIN WILLIAM AGRANOVE ABRAHAM J. ALEXANDER R. WMS. APTE L. JULES ARKIN NORMAN A. ARKIN SIDNEV ARONOV.TZ COL. JACOB ARVEY ALBERT BEER THEOOORE GERMAN JEROME BLANK ROBERT D. BLUM. JR AISIK BRENER MRS. WILLIAM BRENNER MRS RICHARD BRICKMAN SHEPARD BROAD JOSEPH BROOKS JACK A CANTOR JACK CARNER DAN,EL CRAVITT A. JAY CRISTOL A. BUDD CUTLER JOSEPH DALLETT HARRY DIAMOND MRS JOSEPH DUNTOV CLEMEN J. EHRLICH LEO ElSENSTEIN LEON J. ELL MRS. FRANCES ENTINE WALTER FALK MRS AARON FARR PAUL FASKE MRS. CHARLES P. FEINBERG A. C. F.NE MARTIN FINE MRS. DOROTHY K. FINK MRS. CHARLES FINKELSTEIN JACOB C FISHMAN ABRAM FOX MAYSHIE FR.EDBERG JUDGE MILTON A FRIEDMAN MELVYN B FRUMKES JOSEPH GARDNER JOSEPH GARFIELD JOSEPH GASSEN RICHARD GERSTEIN OR ARTHUR GILBERT BEN G LLER MRS. LOUIS GLASSER OFFICERS SAMUEL N. FRiEDLA.ND SIDNE V LEFCOURT JOSEPH M LIPTON SIDNEY ANSIN. JUDGE IRVING CYPF.N. OAV.D G FLEF.MAN. LEON KAPLAN. DR. IRVING LEHRMAN BURTON 8. GOLDSTEIN MARSHALL S. HARRIS DAV'D P. CATSMAN NORTON PALLOT PAST PRESIDENTS AARON M. KANNER STANLEY C. MYERS MAX OROVITZ DAN B. RUSKIN TRUSTEE* SAMUEL KIPNIS BARON OF. HIRSCH MEYER A J MOLASKY JOSEPH M, ROSE GOVERNORS AT LARGE GEORGE COLDBERG LO.. IS, £ GOLDMAN SAM GOLDMAN L O S T EIN %  ••'. D GORDON PAUL R GORDON OR PH LIP GCLiES OR GEORGE GRAM ANNA "THAN S CU ME NICK MALI-: CE GUS MRS TR'.DV HAVERSC-^IC; LOUIS O HARRIS, MORTON HILL ALBCBI J HIRSCH RICHARD HORWICH ER.NLST JANIS IRVING K APLAN MRS J4CK KATZMAN LOU.S KEN :N DR DAVID KIRSH JAY KISLAK MAX KOLKER M. J K.OPELOWITZ CAL KOVENS AARON KRAV! TZ MRS .1: EZ KRENSKV MORR S LAPIDL; MRS. AN C LEHMAN vRs RVING LEHfi" --. BAM C L EVENSON SA.NFORD LEVKOFF J GERALD LEWIS \iRS. SIDNEY LEW S MARC E LIBERMAN SAM LIBV, JR. OSCAR M AMBER NATHAN MAN i LOW MAX MEISEL MRS ANNA B MEYER? BEN MEYERS MORRIS MINOV HARRY MlZRACH EMI'. MORTON KENNETH MYERS MRS STANLEV C MYERS ALBERT OSSIP MRS. HARRY PLATOFF LOU.SPOLLER JACOB SHER WILLIAM D. SINGER CARL WEINKLE HARRY SIRKIN MRS. SAMUEL S.MONHOFF MRS. CARL WEINKLE JOSEPH A POST JACOB RABINOWITZ MORRIS RABINOWITZ WILLIAM RAFK NO MRS. MATILDA RATNER LEO ROBINSON COL. NATHAN B ROOD MRS. CARRIE ROSEN LEONARD ROSEN SAM H. ROST WILLIAM S. RUBEN MRS. RAYMOND R. RUBIN MORTON RUSSACK JACK L. SANDLER MRS. HOWARD R. SCHARLIN ALEX SCHNEIOMAN ARNOLD SEEDED MRS. HENRY SEITLIN SAM SEITLIN MENDELL SELIC JOHN SERB.N FRED K. SHOCHET SAUL SILBERMAN MRS. BENEDICT SILVERMAN MRS SOL SILVERMAN GEORGE A. SIMON HARRY SIMONHOFF MILTON S:RKIN MRS. MILTON SIRKIN HARRY B. SMITH MRS HARRY B. SMITH GEORGE SOGG ABE SOLOSKO MRS. GERALD SOLTZ JUDGE HAROLD E. SPAET DAV'D STUZiN STEWART SUNNESS CARL SUSSKIND HAROLD THURMAN BYRON J. TOPOL JULIAN WEINKLF JOSEPH WEINTRaUB WILLIAM WE.NTRAUB MILTON WEISS A B. WIENER OSCAR ZELTZER MRS. OSCAR ZELTZER HARRY ZUKERNICK GOVERNORS DELEGATES FROM ORGANIZATIONS indicates 1964-65 delegat? RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWlTZ JAMES M. ALBERT MRS. MORRIS ALPERT RABBI SHIMON AZULAY MILTON BALSAM MRS. NAT BARTH M A BASKIN RABB. DR. HERBERT BAUMCARD MRS. RUTH BERGER MYRON M. BEHRMAN PHILIP BFRKOWITZ MAX BODERMAN MRS. WILLIAM I. BRENNER LOUIS BRESLER MRS. ROSE L. BROWN •CHARLES CHARCOWSKY BYRON CHERKAS MAX COGEN IS DOR A. COHEN JOSEPH COHEN ISAAC DONEN LEON A. EPSTEIN M.ps M'N*'"" fFINBERC SAM FEINSTEIN AINSLbt H. reRDIE MARSHALL FEUER •MAURICE JFINEGOLD •LEON FISHER •MRS LARRY FRIEDLAND •MRS. SAMUEL FROMMER EFRAIM GALE ANDREW A. GELLER •ARTHUR GELLER MRS LEO GELVAN SAMUEL GERTNER where no .lppomtm BEN CILLER -nt nas bee" "EIN MRS. BURTON B GOLD-s•JOS£ D H GORINSTT N MISS LILLIAN OOOOMAN DR. M'CHAEL GOO': MRS M LTON • MRS. .1ARSHA1 DAN.LL NEAL HI I MORRIS H ON G B -".. ELI H U R W I T Z MRS GEORGE •IRV NG ACOBSON JAC* KATZ AN MURK'S y Al. FFVAN ALAN KESSLER •ISIDOH H. KRA RABB' LEON KRONlSMRS. FLOPFNCIK'-P=ERVAN SlD-N LANGER MR ESSt LE VINE MORA b LEVITT MRS i L EANOR LIPTON LEON-.RD LURIA \RD MANOLER MRS .OSES MEYER MRS OAv ID MUSKAT OR -JSEPH NAROT •JOSEPH NEVEL MORRIS NEWMARK %  SAUL LL NIEBERG MRS EDWIN OPPENHEIM W LLI AM L. PALLOT COL SIDNEY H. PALMER MAX A PARNESS MALRiCE PEARLSTEIN %  JACK b POPICK 965-fc as of M,i> I, 19651 RABB JOSEPH RACKOVSKY JACOB RIFK N PHILIP ROSENBERG HERSCHEL ROSF.NTHAL RALPH ROSOFSKY STUART ROTHCHILD MRS. DONALD RUBIN LOU'S RUDNICK LEO RUTSTEIN RVING SAAL HARRY SACKS M.CHAEL SALMON PHILIP SCHIFF IRVING SCHATZMAN IRW N SCHULM 'N MRS. GERALD SCHWARTZ MRS. SIDNEY M, SCHWARTZ LOUIS SCHWARTZMAN PAUL SEIDERMAN MRS. R. LOUIS SEITLIN JACK SHENKMAN SAM I. SILVER MRS LAWRENCE SILVERMAN MORRIS SIMON JOSHUA Z. STADLAN EDWARD STERN LEWIS STERNSHEIN HAROLD STRUMPF MRS. CARL SUSSKIND GEORGE TALIANOFF RVtfG WEXLER MRS IRVING WEXLER DR llWON WILENSKY DR. CELIA WOHL JOE ZALIS AT SAID ANNUAL MEETING THE MEMBERSHIP WILL BE REQUESTED TO APPROVE SEVERAL CHANGES IN THE BY-LAWS. Briefly, the substance of sue* proposed amendments are: T amend ARTICLE VIII, Section 7, so os to increose the site of the Bj§et Committee to no more than Urty (40) members, b To amend ARTICLE VIII, Section 7. so as to increose the siie of the Executive Committee by a maximum of five (51 members. R fSp ecttu!l, submitted DAVI0 P. CATSMAN, Secretory, Greater Miami Jewish Federation



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?aqe 10-A +Jewist fkrtMati Friday, May 7, Miami Buys $1,535,000 in Bonds As Rabbi Kronish Takes Over Helm faking over the helm as the new Is ad Bond chairman last Sunday tin' Israel Independence Day Dinner Rabbi Leon Kronish anneed a goal oi S3.000.000 for He called upon the 600 com 11 unit) leaders attending the dini r ai the Fontainebleau Hotel for 1 eir support, anil they Immediatelj sponded bj purchasing $1,535, ,vorth el bonds. Thk was the largest amount ever purchased al a single event in the I story HI Israel Bonds in Miami. Rabbi Kronish was officially installed as Greater Miami Israel bond chairman to succeed Leonard Rosen by the Hon. E. Zew Sufott, emissary of Israel, who came to Miami to represent his government at the celebration. s Sen. John O. Pastoie (D.— I, 1 i. who was guest speaker. termed the outpouring of Israel i ii (1 purchases in response to Rabbi Kronish"> appeal "an examIhat will live indelibly in the Proskauer Talks to High Church Leaders in Rome Continued from Page 1-A iU I -1 take place as -the greatest possible step forward for id,, cause of human brotherhood." i Felix Morlion, president and i, miof Pro Deo University, pledged thai the decree establishing tin Internationa] Pro-Deo t'nild hi' the basis f<;r future • velopment He noted that the il Briel called <>n the Union to work lor harmonization of the an II opological and SIK-UI sciences ai d I'u principles of philosophy and theologj to help solve the spiritual ami civic problems of the presume. \,stressed 'he Pro Deo tradition for active lay participation in i, igious civil action and lauded Judge Proskauer as one who 'had practiced equality and justice and certainly can teach equality and Justice." Participants included the iael's tremendous progress which las not been aided by your Israel Bond purchases," be said. There ir e Israel Bonds in ever) road, in % %  en powerline, in ev rj factory, ever) farm, ever) housing development Sufotl presented the "Chairman of the Year Award to Leon i;, -en for !-role in Miami's v i rid leading bond sales on a per capita basis under his chairman"up in 1963-64. Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-EI and chairman of the Greater Miami Combined Jewish Appeal, conducted a ceremony of the lighting of a giant 17-branch Menorah of statehood. in Inrwho were prominent participants in the program included Mis. Anna I'.renner Meyers, chair .jiiun oi t.'ie Women's Division, who pledged that the women of Miami would continue their exemplary role for Bonds; Ehepard Broad, chairman for banks and fiduciaries, who pointed out that the sale of Israel Bondin the United States actually resulted in a net balance of dollars favoring the United states. i>e cause Israel repaid 150 cents for ecch dollar <>f the Bond loan: James Albert, who presented the dais; Sam Blank, holder of Israel's Medallion of Honor, who introduced Sufott; Isidore Hecht, who offered a toast to the President of the United Vatican Secretary ot State. Amleto states: Cardinal Ciognani Joseph Cardinal Lewis Bower, who offered a liei.in and many other cardinals several ol whom were guests later at a dinner given by Judge Pros kaui r hearts oi all who are here to share and to observe it The S e n a t 0 r. chairman of the Joint Congressional Committee on \tonnc Energy, said "America is gi ateful for yi ur support ol Israel Bonds and what you are doing as world citizens and as Americans The free world needs Israel. We need those democratic nations that we can depend on afriends." The Senati r said, "The state of Is rael will turn out to be the proving ground, tfie land ol promise, for atoms for peai e Sen. Pastore made the statement in reference to a cooperative project between the United States and Israel initiated a y*c ago by President Johnson for the use of nuclear power in the desalination of sea water. Earlier, Sufotl expressed the appreciation Of his government for the outstanding support Miamians h;d given Israel through the Is rael Bond program. "There is hardly a phase of IsAUTHORIZED DIAll* Sine* 195 5 The Pro-Deo University, established in Rome 20 years ago has 1,5C0 students in postgraduate studies in law, politics, history, public administration and related courses. It includes an Institute i : Applied Social Studies endowed by Rich aid Cardinal dishing of Boston, for training ol priestHenrj Kaufmann emigrated to the l'nited| Stati at 16 Iri in his native Cer many and founded the Kaufmann department store, with his brothers. 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May 7, 1965 "Jfnlstncr/c/isirj Paqe 11-A Cardinal Bea Explains Pope's Talk Continued from Page 1-A bdeclara waa "stiUin £d 5 of the Secretariat. He ha the decIaraUon had nxM preiiminarj approval art fSri Council session last NoliToyavoteol 1.992 to 99 ami P loiil "i 269 amendments .submiuf.1 i Council Fathers. rJsiKl there rai still opposition Lfci-hurih <"• declaration LT h.' asserted, came mainly .Middle Ea• ^Bit could i" help the prelate understand the declaration. that the opposition there political from prelates who „i it would be "abused*' to Bjthcn Israel and lead the Vatican to recognize Israel. From Rome came a report quoting informed sources as saying that any conclusions that the ultra-Conservatives in the Vatican had achieved any success in diluting the Declaration would be incorrect. The sources referred to the publication in March of an article by Bishop Luigi Carli of Segni justifying the deicide charge. The sources said that it had been obvious, even before publication of that article, t!iat the ultra-Conservative prelates would make a final desperate stand against the pro-Jewish draft. The comments were e\ kerl by reports thai the draft had been diasticalh revised bj an ad hoe Vatican Commission, headed by Bishop Carli The sources stressed tha; the established procedural conthe possibility should not exchid that Conservative pressures mig Lniluence the text of thedeclarati in final stages The final < ote trolof th si.i.ii.i „, „„ tii.. ,in..u.... •: .i %  the document is expected at i ... of ,h, Secretwy-on thedeclara-Ues ol the ad hoe commission. ,„„,.„, Cound| S( >M( „, AI „,,, „,„ Uon was not affected by the activiBut it was also suggested that next November. ht -a in istal Towers Now Going Up ICustnktinn has begun on utal Towers, the first high-rise i:alapartment lo be hudt on the Jc!ifmni">i end %  i \li.mn Beach. flte !5- with main entrance to fully landscapi I seven-acre : Collins Ave Represent in. a total investment |nmillion. Coastal 'I""ers is bej Bernard Berkley I Morris Burk The architectural hen is lesign of the ire. I two bedroom wtiwnis. each with private ter1 ind new. ill be \ M aled from 115 per month I uxui \ apart Ms. sui'". .ito-wall carpetIt ice hallways, ludn rw h floor, and naik-in stoi i e compart|a* i nent, will iof the f [ ph lei) Inde rower-ites Iheir own %  kct, barind sundry [ IMS SpaI I Will also IHI activities rector I : lands. nj for the pool %  : as the sur UIMDIC SEMINAR Of 1HE AIR "0*1 Hashovua" '"the llth Consecutive Year *'""i Jewry will have the oppor•* ol learning a page of the mud """slated and explained by wMPinchos/M.Teifz M 'lr ond famous Authority • 'ne fa/mud 0 .."^ o, .JI''"beth and "*" "' M "'"o of New jersey STATION WEDR-FM %  •" Vour FM Radio Dial HAY, 1:30 P.M. to 2 P.M. rounding gnuoda, has been prepared by the well known landscape designer, Fred Stresau. 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You'll sec sun-splashed decks, handsome public rooms and everywhere the friendly Israeli faces thai make Zim such a warm-hearted adventure. Captain to cabin boy. Zim's crews reflect joy in their bold young country, pride in their gracious modern liners. If you arc proud of the modern miracle that is Israel, s.iil with her people, sail with Zim. For information about exciting (and economical!) transatlantic sailings, see your travel agent or call Zim. BE"GU£STGO I he S.S. Zion and fie S.S. Israel sail from New York lo ZIM Luropc and Israel every third week throughout the year. LINES'EL Outlet's Representative: American Israeli Shipping Company, Inc., 243 Southeast! irst St.. Miami. 373-8362. Other offices: New York, Boston, Philadelphia. Chicago, Los Angeles, ban FratKitCO, Montreal, Toronto. Are you spending an extra dollar on these three words ? Not if you're baying Canadian I .ord divert. You won't fin d the words "Bottled in Canada" on anyot our bottles. We're bringing our great Canadian w hiskj across the border in barrels and bottling it in the I S.A. • Tins H ay, we save enough in taxes and freight to shave about a dollar oil' the price of every fifth. (Good Canadian whisky will never be cheap. But at least we've found a way to make it reasonable.) Try it. Just loots lor the important new Canadian. In the handsome square bottle. Without those extra words. Canadian Lord Calvert oral w "*T" • "MAUKV "NAT" TOUff TtXACO BOYS a V & S.W. 27th Ava. 840 S.W. 8th St. > \\'I)1V\ WHISKY\ IHI ND'SO I'KdOl-IMIHiRIID B1 HIIHI DI.SIH LLRs CO. N VI.



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Page 12-A +JmUt> rhrldian Fiidcv. May 7 Ke/i '3 tOMS & crvices ^"77 O// / V SYNOPSIS OF TORAH PORTION OF THE WEEK KEDO '" V .* in '• HO i Ki.i.ln.-li IIOHII il li. Mr nil Mrn Ihtvld Vbrahnin. \SHE EMES. 2533 SW ith Av* Conservative. Emaniiel Kushelewitz. president. Cantor Solomon Pakuwitz. • BETH DAVID 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Conervative. Cantor William W. Lipion. I i IdM %  Hml v .' %  |.m Si I HI 'li T" ii Hfj ., i.i. • UM* MitsMiri V.HI..' I.. i h, .!.. Mr. .I.I Mm Myt-i \ I n • .Hal nil ij :• n.lll S.i in. .ii "Scripture nml -• \ M"rallt> l-bii (vata Vlan, wi Mi itti I Mrs lir* in KIWI ill hal Si r\ i. • loll .1 b> It ll>bl Kill z.r A II i. • %  ETH EL. 500 f.v 17th Ave. Ortnodox Rabbi Solomon Schiff. I .|;l.\ i-.l^ \K)JI.< > lni>i> V.in .' in s. i nun ll.moi Inn l-r.i. 'Till until.. nrj 'inii. j...!!' 1 a. %  with Stuuiri n .;..;-' i-.m. BETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Orthodox. Rabbi Berei Wein. • BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave. Ntcdern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Btn,aniin Ben.An. Friday MIU-'I Sutimia} f. u in Mother i >..\ .-• rmon. "\\\ A Hunur • mi MnUna in i.if. mi l In ||..iili" liar Mltzvah: Kuril... >"ii nl anil MiAlbert Adattu • BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. 13630 W. Dait Hw>: Conservative. Raboi Richard Marcoviu. Cantor Seymour Hinkev i > %  i MI • l-r.i. I'* s. \. :t:. n Veal f..' 'ii' Shabbal I ..-!> .i I.. Sinti liund Satui da) a in • BETH TFILAH. "Z c Em-lid Av r> r thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovtky. — • BETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th Ave. Conserv itive. Rabbi Max Lip•chit*. Cantor Be" Zon KirschenUlim. Krida) 6 nnil %  p in Mol hi r'li I '.i > %  II lthi i'idil lane Ma ma T.<.... VVhal She Shnuld lie'."' Saturila] 8 • in. |ar M It-xvali I:. • i, N-II ..| Mi and Mr~. Kalldi i Sol don; Ji ff. null 'I ud Mm Kalph i UIM U Minii ;.. p in Kai Mi > ah: Mare, w>n v and Mia. Mill n l.. v> • B NAI RAPHAEL 1401 NW 183rd St. i Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Jack Le.ner !-'• :<}..> :.' %  i.'n Sirnimi: "Hul" in| 1 -in Sa • u ibi > itl I '.all Itk-llii ... HI n "f Mr and M .1l S< in • Itsll. ItD. Mil '. :.p.m • CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF MIAMI 1242 Washington Ave Orthodox. R.ibDi Dov R02-ncv.eig. • FLAG'-ER GRANADA 50 NW 51st Pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosenteid Cantor George Goldberg. r -1 h: II I .Urn. A rn. M .iibi s .; r CANDLEUGHTlNG TIME 5 Iycrr — 6:38 pan. WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Avt. Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. h'rid.i} %  %  %  Mil !•' mll> wi-vlii I hum ..-• nt Ri ItsUm* St-l I -in. I. HI III in-.-, in ii flm al II lliuti hi : %  and fa I hi m • TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW 120th St. Reconstruction^ Rabbi Morns Skoo. Cantor Heiman Gottlieb. Rrlilio p.in Mnthi r' l*a> -• rniini "Thi Iii'. ndnienl it'iil It* Sal Urdu %  %  :.. ~. in, .ii "n.. .1. u i-li Mot hi r ..i III v -IEDREW ACADEVV. 2400 Pmetree '-' Ma; hirthilnj .1 n "II In dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S. hlenaed ,, TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase l "'" i -'* '" "'" %  Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon K.oni.h. 1:1 '•' %  %  %  Cantor David Convner. SRAEL.TE CE'.TER. 3175 SW 25t! '. \" \<.\'" r ^ :\\ 'X' r St Conservati.e. Rabb, Sh-nar^ X*"S*tth N&. T. Swirsky. Cantor Lou.i Cf.eM. _,„, .,, Mr lnJ M ,^ ,,..,...., U The .leu Views the Kivlng Ol alms as one aspect i i "Ye shall do no unrighteousness in Judgment „., weight, or in measure, .lust balances, jusi weight l>a have" iLev. 19 35-36). I cr. i: not wholly i-' Ida) ii in-ii I tort lot "' Wi i k." Ibtr Ml vali M.-'rl •••' Mr an Mm li Obi r! Mlm War %  n. noli ol M r HI. I Ml Julius Abraham Slrassteld. — • — MINVONAIRES CONGREGATION. 3737 Bird Rd Modern Traditional. • OHEV SHALOM 911 Normandy Dr man lay N non V. shall !.,• ii..u M %  i'. ;to II in JEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 645 Coli.n, Ave. Rev. Cantor Sad, N.hTEMPL£ t%mAt £ 137 NE „ |h st Reform. Rabbi Joseph R Narot. •' ; a-m. i%  i-t:.v > IJ | m s. • %  • w .lew* Sermon; rh. IMiinitj of M< and Jcaua." a m w book l Prol SamTEMPLE ADATH'VESHURUN Con' ^^"fr,^ & WrtStS', servat.ve 10IS NE 1S3rd St. Miami ,, ,.,„,,, v „, „ f ,,„. R l| v |„ u Sl I Gardens Rd Rabbi Jonah E. Capian „ „, ,, ,, M .,„.. u portion* ..f thi Cantor Main e Neu' rery „ Si ,,.. .i ._ a> %  Xu I' hi M ill. Knal WhJ TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave. lurda> i i %  MIIKVah: RayLiberal-Reform. Rabbi Mo'ni Kiptimnd, Mr and Mm I'harlf* per. lb Itl rn %  Shalunt Irnacl, liapPrldai s 13 n.m. Pulpit %  -. %  |J llirthilaj Snnlord St-ltier, .1—..1..1 s hi-ai — • 1"..in..il I'nlun ot Unrrii'iiii II TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall '' %  '•HnSl-rmon W. Dr., So Miami. Retomi. Rabbi and Ji Herbert Ba.imgard. Krida) %  1 Mnther" I in) -• r. in..11 !; %  %  Mother* in Irrai H 1 nrdii) I lar M lavali \\ II %  Ml 1I11 l>) tilltieh.inl i.i IH ..11.1 Mm llernh.iri] -'. %  .) TEMPLE MENORAH 620 75th St Conservative. Rahbi Mav-e Abeamowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYA TASTE OF HEBREW TEMPLE NER TAMID 80th St and Tat m Wate'wav. ModeiTraditional. Rabni Eunen* Lahcvitz Cantor Saul H. Breeh. 1 ill %  i r Mlililli K .-' \\ hal l"an \V,. A 26 A Weekly Column for Beginners presented by THE TARBUTH FOUNDATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF HEBREW CULTURE and Ihe AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION Fditor: DR. SHI OMO KODF-SH \ II I 11 K FROM THE TEACHER It) I UK Ml 1)1 MS Shalom, lo >ou dear student-. I received ifrom >oui yeut love • loners. I received many letters in English. I ha\e also received one letter in Hebrew. All the letteis ueic very lovely All the letters were very good. Its good to know that many like the lessons. It's good to hear good words fiom sin.lents. I would lite verj much to reply, to all the good and lovely letters but I am only one person and the letieis I received are many. Therefore, I am writing one letter to all ihe good people who wrote 10 me. My letter is very short: Main thanks | would like to receive mori letters from students. Please write n iich and soon. OMO k O D I. § II = ? r .r %m z"t -- srsa s; *rfnp .g'-ryr'ri .-H m to %  • K m 0 %  m\m .B*S"B~" *I* -: -.-'I •t • %  v • %  ••^ M a "S •* •s"? *rr : %  :•:!! •r" s > II Mil K l>l( IIONAin ItlK \OM\\ o all %  %  fcori %  MM) ilianl s lo wi itc and soon % -7 'ft iT03t Sluloni 10 v .ill ,',-.n-dear ones troni you 10 know love lo reply I 9% ntii C*3.TK Cn TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservativf B S %  '• •" St Miami Rabbi Samuel April Cantor Nico Pe'di. an i 'i,i y ; \ %  III.II • Itl. II MltKvah I... I. -..i, nl \| met Ml ,V. Meyei • TEMPLE SINA; OP NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale Kl'ldiis .l". |i i v. ill iimd %  i -. \ ii \i., • !'..>. HI. I group ni >> •• i • inill In II mill .1 — • TEMPLE TlFERETH JACOB 951 E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative. I %  %  • i %  • p.m S itu tin i .i HI llai Mllavnh TI Ion aon ol Mr, und Mr: IBI • Vim ri•: ii-f-nei • •i .Mi and Mm R< rnard N'el • n• TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brook* Cantor Ben Oickson. i' i'l..' -:''• ii.in Sermon "lienlKn for l -' Inj Kit unlas :l.'i .. in Si i "The Portion of ihe Week Bar MIU* K. mi. ill. -.ii of Ml u Id Mr* I'.ivi.l St. i> • TEMPLE 7ION. 1000 Miller Rd Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. • TlFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami Ave Conservative. Raobi Henri Werniek. Prldns %  •: %  • i. m s. rmon \ T I" M SK|. i l,.-.,l win >ni B sii.,i.i.,. ,„i honm nil %  •II mill Si-iei heaiil %  mil..' • Sermon: Tli. i Ihe IV. k. %  Klddui i:..-. .li —... • — YOUNG ISMAtL 900 NE 171st St Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Staubtr. *HI It .\ •• :i III in .ii -. vi ni.-. nth \ni -'i'. ni i .. 'I • Miami R leal .\ % %  0t ,'<.r:. ti Jppet | here is DR MAX I ll'-c ||! rZ fpiriludl !r„,'er ( >/ Brth Torah C"Hl • m of Tsjorrli .\fijtni r. ich. u^ataasBMttaBBaBHBsssssa Thm .TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW • 22nd Ave Conservative. Raboi S. M. JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY Machtei. Caitor Abraham Reiseman. SYNAGOGUE 1538 Washington Ave. I PrUn, :i „ ., ,„ Sermon "fan Man Ort'iodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern. ,.,, .,,,. ; %  ,,,. ,,,,;. |V' .. m i-'i.i.,\ ..• • In ..in s.ihontiil lij si--., i i Satin%  ii. .II "our N) In li"ii dii) 9 in n .iiiiii..i I'oiiunKutlon • • KNESETH ISRAEL. 141b Eucl.d Avs. TEMPLE BETH TOV. 6458 SW 8th Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi GreenCantor Abranam Seif. wald. Krida* • %  Ktatu da %  • m %  | '" i -'> ,: :; : "" 1 x :; i*< "'"" s, mm "Thi :.i--. 1'iiiti in Hull' i"untln* ol I nier and Vildinu up J.,.JI, "in" i lions." Sal Urdu > '• • %  m >'. i • mon :i..n ..i Hi. Week." Iliu MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Mltswih Itnrry. win ..f Mr and Mm Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Charles Hones. It --' v ji TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1701 Washington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler |. i.l.'ix y :': %  > |i,ni S, rin..|, p, honor of] Ian i Indi :>> ndenev l'.i> : "AT Ihtiti Orthodox. Rabbi Phmeas w'eber. %  • larnel." Suturilns I Vnntliil Mother's I i\ oliservani'i Si*rmon: "How Pan Wi l li ii... i i Moi Mm i. :i:i p.m. i:.-.iMini h li I i"i. \ -.-ii ..r Mr and Mm Abraham I.. \ n. KEDOSH1M—"Ye shaU be holy: for I the Lorn holy. Ye shall ffar every man his mother, and hi. ( a shall keep My sabbaths Turn ye not unto the idols when yp reap thp harvest Of your land, thou the corner of thy Held Neither shall thou Bath fruit of thy vineyard: thou shall leave them for the coo stranger Ye shall not steal; neither shall lie one to another. And ye shall not swear ii\ n Thou shall not oppress thy neighbor, nor .j! iM of a hired servant shall nol abide with thee all night until! ins. Thou shall not curse the dead nor put a stumbliDBjj befora the blind ... Ye shall do no unrighteousness in ]w \t Thon >halt not go up and down as a tali!. shalt thwrstand idly by Ihe blood of thy neighl* love thy neighbor as thyself" (Lev, 19: 2-I81, "Ye shall l>p holy unto Me: for I the Lord am Hob ,n„ set you apart from the peoples, that ye should 1 n 20:261. This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law j, n traded and based upon "The Graphic History o' th lit, A Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15 Publisher K Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 William St., Nm York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing th ( vo | um is Joseph Schlang. — — '. THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT Miami's Maturity Will Depend on Self Imagt By RABBI DANIEL LOWY Temple Sinai of North Dade How mafore Jewishly is oor Mrami community? When we spoak of the maturity of an individual human I) e i n !.'. we h a v p in mind someone who hat reached the stage of a d ti 11 h %  oil physically, mentally, and socially. We consider people m a t ti r e not onl) bj virtue I the faci thai thej arc in o i" e than twentj one years of age, but also because Ihej are capable i i handling the problems of daily living intelligently, and have a total awareness of their resi nsibilities to themselvi • and ti i, licrs. The maturity ii a community, like that of an individual, depends t'.il only on its -i/p and age, hut on mental and social development, as well. The Jewish community in the Greater Miami area, consisting of more than 33.000 resident families, with a histmy of five decades, should be able to function as onp Ibat has come of age. However, the peculiar attitudes which prevail [have stunted its growth in other respects. Miami is viewed by many visitors RABBI 10WY as a l't> ju .'ti of Zin. spot u icrc thi %  i am >. Si some da> Vet this great \ sider it home, il >me is some*! i Ise, Thousat ; ol Jewish fim. living hi re n fust lo sink roottl the %  -. und .mil afiirm that Iheir permanent abode. As >: Ihey arc their social rt sponsibilhies Mi claim that the) ..re -till d >haii' in suppor: • rthen ities from which say that at nni lime the e communit) a i cons builders, but now j,, n,.i in •,. be • again with m • • Their appi J %  er> I .' • % %  Thi onl) com %  i Mil availabli I yon ...i basts ft< 'i distress, institutions I %  it> -"•-• thi I senice al a great •' lu "e, l belt re li" alizc the childi! r.ess of* oning and contn ie to <%  r :han shan lions. Miami Jcwr) jj Its disposal li i • 8S munit) that ha ''' ,,: until the grtai ,-h ramilics I t!)is ;. mm l | read) lo assu i tits of home. •• ^' m ;;: i remain immal Religion Institute To be Planned The first Institute on Religion and Public Education in Florida will he planned Wednesday at a meeting -ebeduled for the University of South Florida in Tampa, it '.iannounced by c. Clyde Atkins, Dr. C. D. Tharp and Richard F. Well-on. nn .lairni' n of '.'ie N.i lional Conference of Christians and .ll'U-. To attend the planning session beginning at in a.m arc Max .1 K,rl, re [I inal din tor of the \cv.i. inli maid Lantx ol the I'm versi y, who will act as host. Dr K.ii I Kaip. national director ol educational programming of NCCJ and Dr. Fn d Turner repreai nl ing Dr. Thomas 1) ll.nb y. Stale Stt i erintendenl of Education. Purpose of the Institute, tentatively -ci for October, 1965, will be to gather selected tohool and rers for a diseussion of problems and issues Involved in the public schools' responsibility to teach values and rpligion within thp curriculum; U> inform school •etders aboul impJrtanl ** latrd to nl... !" T whiehthe) can expeclea2 i identify ai pertinent inforn ai "'"' ,-,, nte.ide.itand ... sugg. •' %  *• leaders in ed ; m s :i!:.> and e>' %  .ill have ti Branch Officers To be Installed %  Elliott I.'"' „. M % % %  %  :S^ K 5S nun. Ilurraj .,.,., co cretary; Max £%,* jwangsecretars.M^^i ner. treasurer yrs rseording secret bert Durst, sun till



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,MoY 7 1965 +Jen 1st rhrliitr Page 13-A OUR SPIRITUAL LEADERS Rabbi Tibor Stern (f Cohen Synagogue Bonn Views Nazi Amnesty Tibor Slern was born and in Hun-.'O Ordained at Cdmwd hi>'h,.h.T scalar Sin Mexico City. • En ci CalUornia at Los AnS University of California Sy.ttiththe academic dell PhD ^ %  wiUons include BeOl SftogregaUon in Oakland. d Federated orthodox ntioos ol Kansas City .dewofthe Mesivta MidTihnudic Academy and direct r ol Emeth World ^ Jerusalem. Durum the he has served as ol Beth Jacob in „• Jacob C %  iRue "' ,,u anizer of %  "•"• memnim, and America i haplain he was the I • i.ilibin %  super -• • iMael He m pro II i in Mia •:.. Torah „ %  is the recip | itation | Uired al YeI heolog rb "lie Siilomo ollege in led nurrier• i .1 \ai i hukas • itution for Ohi m Kaballah, npi>:liun r. Ihe Talmud," "Ha. ah." Child's Bible." toh in Spanish." "Shirey : : n Eirm in ftbbi Stern is married t.i the per ide 11 %  Weinschneider, tta I Rabl and Mrs \braR'emschneuli Mrs stern is escendanl of the Baal 'Her of the id Lubishev The Sterns have • r}., i hellv i marie Rabbi Stephen Kevelsoo, KRENREICH UNVEILING %  iBSAHAM EHRENREICH b'ioi. May 9th. al 1 p.m. |\. I I K2S0 N.W. 57th Ave.. Miami jJIN TIMES OF SORROW *pre what word* cannot! • %  SYMPATHY H-U "tRS AWNMItKt Wfiarktts "AMI 516 MIAMI BEACH C *AI GABLES 532-3361 "' %  705; i423 FT. IAUDERDAIE FR 1-7398 BONN — (JTA> — West Germany's legislation to prolong the period of prosecution of Nazi war criminals went into effect this week alter publication in the Government's official Gazette. It extends the deadline from May 8 this year to January' 1. 1970. The Lenal Committee of the Bundestag, the lower house of Parliament, meanwhile discussed a proposal, offered by several members,, to amend the law to difterentiate :1 i0int appeaJ ,0 % %  everywhere. wartime tortures and killings and those who, as "desk murderers." issued orders lor such crimes. The Congress also listed by name several former Nazis living unmolested in Eas t Germany and some who were even holding public office in that regime. ous fraud intended to abuse world public opinion. "The Union called the act a profanation of the memory of the millions of victims of Nazism and promised "*n implacable struggle against it." The Association of Jewish PerIn Warsaw. Jewish delegates secutees in Austria also filed a from Israel, the Soviet Union. Poprotest against the proposal to limit prosecution in West Germany to land, France and Holland issued RABBI JIBOft SllRN ellow .ii the Gur Aryeh Kolel of Rabbinics and the couple hawa son, Jacob Joyce is married to Ral I i Allan Genaui r graduate "i Veshiva University, anal they have hter, Shira Tikvah and Judy attend Miami Beach High School Ral hi and Mrs Si rn will this year celebrate thensilver wedding anniversary and the rabbi's 25th .ear as a spii itual leader between "niajer" and "minor" war criminals. The amendment would give prosecutors authority to drop prosecution ol "'minor" criminals The Congress of Anti-Nazi Resistance Fighters, meeting in Munich, denounced the amendment proposal and approved plans to convene next fall in Paris an international law conference to create a global agency to both prevent and fight aggression and genocide. Thej urged help from all concerned persons in the search for missing Vi/i leaders nnd assailed "non-understanding" bj West German and Austrian courts which nave made distinctions between x :I/I criminals who took par! in the "to continue the struggle for the discovery and arrest of Nazi war criminals" and assailed the West German extension of its statute of (limitations as "inadequate and nigi gantry." The appeal followed a I conference of representatives of Jewish groups participating in the [commemoration of the 22nd anniversary of (he Warsaw Ghetto revolt. The Belgian Union of Jewish Former Resistance Fighters called the West German extension of its statute of limitations "an infamous decision," and "an intolerable act which, in fact, is a postponed amnesty" and "an emorm"so-called major offenders." In letters to Justice Minister Karl Weber and Bundestang Presi dent Eugen Gerstenmair. the association, meeting in Vienna, called the proposal "a hidden amnesty." y ONE OF THE LARGEST CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATIONS IN V IS SEEKING A SEXTON Must be oble to reoH Torch. 411 replies sinctlv confidential. FOB 844, Buena Vlsto Station "^ Suffer ."' will Town Hall Forum Friday •Why Does Modern Man s.. Hans Stomach Ailments he the subject of the People Speak Town Hall Forum On Friday. 8 p m.. Washington Federal, 1234 Washington Ave, Dr F.mil Taxay. Internist, will be principal speaker, representing ihe Hade Medical Association. Chaim Rose is moderator. 9 COMMERCIAL e FRATERNAL e POLITICAL PRINTING and OFFSET ENGLISH YIDDISH HEBREW SPANISH Specialising in Bar Mitivah & Wedding Invitations (Union Shop I Parness Press 437 S W. 17th Avenue, Miami FR 9-8235 <••* OAOK aouuevAito) MIAMI ilACH FUOSlOA I %^j>m %  a iuun J jL #i>N*A4. •••€rro /TV TO SERVE YOU IS OUR PLEASURE Ed. J. 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Page 14-A *. k-nitti fhrhBan Frid ay. May Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR Israel's Representation at Medical Convontm A SIGN OVER the section of the raed *^ leal scientific exhibits displayed b> • %  \( M Bnfland Nuclear Corporation! B Moo, attracted my special attention. innounced the YEDA medical prod ideveloped in Israel, and emphasized large leters that these products at •ased on the research of the Biophysics i partment ol the Wei/mann Institute of ihovoth. Feu of the delegate* ever? •ard of the existence of such a place as am knew ol the Weizmann institute rtenovoth. They crowded YEDA exhibition and collected all the literature distributed bj the New England Nuclear Corporation on the prodUCts ol the Wei/mann Institute Incidentally, the lisied products dealt with polyamnio. acids and ainino acid derivatives. It seems that the Weizmann institute produces a varietj of several hundred of them, priced front Sin to more than S100. The demand for them seemed to be so hit; in the Cnited States, that the supply is not always in stock. Vainly, did 1 look for medical products from other countries displayed at the convention. Israel had apparent!} gained its place there because of ihe exceptional value of its YEDA products other exhibits, all American As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAl Riglit-to-Yote Hill Bound to Pass D ESPITE THE PRECIOUS fears : William Buckle} and 1>;AI< e tlie 5 w Is ot Sen Fas'land and Sen. Ervin, a strong right-to-register and right-to-vote bill is i rt.;in to go on the bookin Washington. The irrepressible moral demand oi the great bulk ol this nation's populace assures that this long-delayed assurance of the deliver} ol the fruits of the lath amendment into the hands of Negroes so contemptuously and brutalh oen ed that basic right will make our nation stronger in a least two regards: On the one hand, we shall no! look so foolish spilling blood in Vietnam in the hope tnat freedom will flower there. Again, we shall dull the edge of police state tactics in Mississippi. LOUisi Off the Record: By NATHAN ZIPtlW Einstein Recalled ^HE WORLD IF it were not in tur' moil would now pause in silent bservance of the tenth yahrzeit of ne of God's most gifted children — lbort Einstein — and this despite he one-time admonition by the faher of the atomic age that "a man i whom it has been given to bless he world with a great creative idea ;as no need for the praise of posterThe recluse of Princeton was a man ol rare humility who shunned praise as a sin Though he deciphered the mystery o! relativity and opened the door ajar to the very secret ol creation the sight of creation did not spoil the man lie approached the mystery with cleansed heart, and he knocked at God's doors with saintly handOnl} a man with a i rofound sense ol the mystery thai icreation could have sounded the counsel th.it science without religion Ilame, thai religion viihout science is blind an.l that "the man who is not familiar with thjs sen-c Oi the mysterious, and who has lost the facult> for wonder and veneration is dead Einstein saw no conflict betwee science and religion, believing instead that there existed between the two 'strong reciprocal relationships and dependencies." He repeated over and over again that there is no groat scientist without a religion.feeling of his Own, and he refused to concede that the mysterious was alien-to science. Me was even no alien to the occult. The main source of conflict between science and religion, he once said, is over the concept of a personal God and the thesis oi reward and punishment. An artist with reverence for the spiritual. Einstein considered life socrosanct per se and he could not therefoie either conceive Of concede its destine tion. Life was sacred to him. the supreme value to which all other values are subordinate — an outlook he. on occasions, ascribed to tlie influence of .hid.. i.-ms affirmative attitude to the life of all ere., tion.'' Having marvelled at the Psalmist for having given us "a sort of intoxicated joy and wunder at the beauty and sublime grandeur of the world.'' he could not help becoming intoxicated by the Jewish sense of the sanctity ot life, and he could not help living in fear 't destruction of that grandeur by civilization in its toying with the meat secret Ten yean alter the death < %  Einstein the world is still toying with the mystery, but with unwisdom, s.niawe and with lack "I higher purpOSI Einstein once said that the "evolution of our world of ideais In certain sen-, a C n-lant struggle n-t the miraculous." Yet his life was studded not atone with miracles of aohii vemenj but. with contemplation ot the miraculous, the mysterious. And. ,,.he grew older, he was drawn to the occult, to the mysterious, to trie unknown and to the ways which lead men to God. to altar and sanctum. It has been said of Einstein that his Jewiahness had been forced on him by an anti-Jewish world. This is a wholly false thesis. Einstein's Jewishness was of his very essence, of his very 1'fe. His concept of ethics was as if born in the climate of Prophets. He was linked to Judaism by a fanatical love for independence and justice na. and Alabama, where the efforts of Negroes to i ister to voti have been met with such hostility and such devii us lactics Al this writing, all who want to give practical expression to thendiema} and anguish over such outrages athe killings ol Viola Liuczo, Re* James J Reeb. and .lameLee .lack-on would do well to bring to the attention ot their representatives and Senators Improvements in the proposed bill as suggested by Hoy Wilkins. executive director of the NAACP in his Mar 24 testimony. Speaking tor the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights, an organization that had much to do with enactment of the far-ranging Civil Rights Law of 1964. Mr Wilkins urged Congress to strengthen the bill in these four respects: 1. The total elimination of the poll tax as a restriction on voting in state and local elections as well as in federal elections. 2. The elimination of the requirement in the bill that a prospective registrant must first go before the state official to attempt to register before going to the Federal registrar or examiner. The prospective registrant ought not to bo put to the delays, the hardships, and the indignity of attempting to satisfy hostile stnte officials before he can come to the Federal registrar. 3. Extended coverage of the registrar or examiner provisions of the bill, so that persons who have been wrongfully denied the right to vote, regardless Ol their geographic location, will have the benefits of these provisions of the legislation. 4. Further and maximum protection of registrants and voters, both those who will IKregistered under the bill and those already registered, and prospective registrants, from all economic and physical intimidation and coercion. In extending such protection, the Federal Government should use the full range of its powers, criminal, civil and economic. to protect the citizens from the beginning o4 regis tration process until his vote has been cast and counted it would be well for Congress to give careful attention also to Republican suggestions that promise to prove effective in areabeyond the hard core sec lions where registration discrimination is practiced ida, Tennessee, Texas, an.l Arkansas would feel the thrust of these proposalThe I S Attornej General. ui>on receipt of a specified number ol alle gations from any voting district in any state, regardless ol v bother it has a Uterac) test, charging that the complainants have been unable to register on the 1 ..-Ii discrimination Ol any nature, could ask the Civil Service Commission to name examinerto probe the complaints But even if the Wilkins proposals and the Republican remedies are enacted into law. alongside the excellent provisions advanced by Attorney (ieneral Kat/enbath. Senator Dirksen. and others, new barriers lie beyond One rugged hurdle is expressed by the se. ro< atiom-tstry "Let them pass any vote law they want; we'll be the boys who are counting the \. tea mind of an ordinary man can hardh Br-i.iT.fc,haI operation. Here a typewriter which ill m electroni cally like a regular typ.,, ,,„!,ti""' operator which, within seconds „ lv ,,'. analysis of the composition of your blood viT't tion comes out from the typewrit,, neuiv ntori physician, to save him the work of makinVhfor y ysis. Here's a new Invention to take your linZ?" an not by a thermometer and no, through vour 1 T like a small pencil which you pul inl ,,," '' 10 ?' u l your temperature in seconds Here : .r,'..,.'"" work like those %  „ banks or big bosines! ,, 'T not lor business purposes but for fi in, f% y ^.t.f of your health, llereian automation system which. In seconds whether your heat %  your nerves are functioning propei :1 sleeplessness, what is wrong with votir %  "acp-mcdu-in section which -h on a human body oi Hying intoouter latest medical achievements is noi here? is it. therefore a wonder l delegates at the convention felt somewhat products ot Israel displayed ... thi* achievements? Cooffoi Spotlight: By MHTON FRIEDMAN On Arab Violent •e u ..IIS COMMUNIST China sceUi I 1 foment Arab guerrilla vice [against Israel to create i fat IF astern diversion lo the Viet Na hneee crisis'' According to authoritative observers in Washington, u lintensrfieation of Arab-Israel trie tion is Pelplng's aim This unuld Idivert concentrated attention on Viet Nam. It would spread, confuse, and intensify the world crisis. This would benefit North Viet Nam and potential Chinese •"volunteers" by keeping American forces on the alert in Europe and the Mediterranean It would prevent easy transfer of combat-ready reinforcements to Viet Nam. The I S Sixth Fleet, for instance, could not relinquish its Marine compel lor rhity in the Far East, it trouble were brewing in the Near Fast Such a move might also inflame Arab n m to serve Chinese end. by intimidating Arab leaderinto closer support of the Peiping line. China, instead (I Russia, would become the militant activist lending exponent Oi Arab fanaticism on the emotional l.-rael issue. Peiping may fool that an Arab-Israel : diminish American pressure in Viet Sam, extricate China from a military showdown for the time and provide more tune for development weapons Such stnte is consistent with Chines tempts to foment "antMmperialist' disor let ll out Southeast Vsia, Africa, and Latin \" China feels she can onl} tion ot a volatile situation Peipinj has even to send arms and instructors to Yi Egyptian backing t the Sana Government T.fer was made through leftist labor leader Abds al Aemtf, head of the Aden Trade I men Col He was told that, n Nas-er's puppet in Sana turned down the offer, he could seize the Government 1B Chinese support. But more dangerouiChine-.' sponsorship the extremist -Liberation Front" of the I'alesliiujn Arab refugees. Headed by Arab agitator Ahmed!** kairy a delegation representing this group '*• cently received m China. Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Marriage Will Cure All Our Ailments COME YEARS BACK, shortly alter the ^ establishment of the state, Shelley Winters visited Israel, and -he still looks back to it with pleasure, especially to on.incident, she w .. s attending two weeks in a kibbutz One day, she went tramping to Tel Aviv On the we) she met an Israeli young woman, and the two began asking about each other it was plain that the young Israeli lady was verj fond ot her country, and she a-ked Miss Win about herself. "1 live in America." said Miss Whiten "What do you do?" asked the Israeli girl "I am an actress." said Miss Winters "H'm, an actress." repeated the Israeli girl. "What do you want that nonsense for! You come here and settle. Listen, you're a nice girt and I know just the right fellow for you. A boy in Tel Aviv I am sure you would like." Jews have great faith in marriage. Some mav recall the historic vi-it ol Dag h ^ jold to Israel around the time of the Suez -'i' ^ The United Nations was paying more attention ol the Egyptians than Of Israel Han to Israel and vent to see Ben-Gurion and on j 15-C's wife, who is known to often apeak nto uage ot frankness than diplomacy, \ou1 •Listen." said Pauls to Mr. Hammarsk .OSXJ ^j a nice man. why don't you get married ana alone''" ^ n uiT"l Whatever the problem, the Jewish view might not necessarily cur.it. but it ouw "He's a fool. Let's marry him off." was a j> ||l8 tf sion And if he were a wise man, he nilln j^ Think how many times the wise ^"^ %  at** 1 There are cvnical Yiddish proverbs about n ^ but the overwhelming view was in sl > I H, r| He the rabbis said, spent his days pairing i>uif.nd it easy. God they said, indeed, found*""** for marriage more difficult than perwrmir* rare miracles.



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%. 'W. ovnan s "VJ.M "Orewisih Floridian Miami, Florida, Friday, May 7, 1965 Sectio:. Id ,i to to 12 at n National \\ nens League Mrs, Service award for distinctive %  is Hot c I in Jackson Seymour Mann is conference chaircontinuing service to the comi -J %  nan. "> •' lal -' Kmanu-EI's silver anniversary hall on it Hotel are Mrs. Herbert S. Shapiro, just ._.... %  !pim as president of Sisterhood, and Mrs. Render Koc;.:r. a past president. Other past presidents Mesdames Sherman Kaplan and Gecrqe Go'dt home of Dr. and Mrs. Irvinq Lehrman in ion. :manuEl Pf anning 25th %  I n Id %  fi rein e forv rd iili mir \ ourv i'' Rabbi ; ,• D| lie Jackson N ille J( .\ .• i ( enti; Ail! speak lit ; %  ni li "ii Tues %  Ma) 11. Mrs. i er.ei W i in. confer ci ce vice chaii man in charge 11 uorksh ps, announced thai other \ rk 'i pduring the conference \' ill include community relations, social actii n. Israeli affairs, and looperation with other organiza i Ions Over l-'.'i women representing Const vative synagogue sisterhoods ser consultant will ll Hi .,.•! i Rossman, mi ; | es dent i National •' i mi n's Li agu %  Mi Rossman In lii the positi ii "i president for four years, during which she tra> e Far East. Belgium, ; Si Hand and the Scandi .ii countri In I960. MiR sman attended the u hite House conference on children and youth. In 1961. she par : pated in the Paris conference : t.he World Council of Svnauouues and. in 1962, the Fi r si W Id Council ol Synagogues convention in Jerusalem. Season Ending Opti-Mrs Club ol Miami B \ nl have itIsM meeting ol yi ar on I ue* lay. 1 : '-' Barci na Hotel. Program c' i an. Mrs i Tn 'i> h u planned an audience participation quiz program th in izes, Business agenda will includ <" end ol the > %  nr r e |> r t by Mrs. '.niui Pilzer. president of the gmup. jiniversary' Ball Here .11 hold it.leader ol the t< mple on Sundaj the Diplomat Arrangements Committee is IK-i!.' co-chaired bj Mrs Max Boder nann, Mrs. Sherman Kaplan and the iinale Mrs. George Goldberg. season. Mrs. Alexander Kogan is hospiIhe general lality chairman, who has included a 1 M.I will rries of coffees for members of the %  I service tor ommittea leading up to the Maj spiritual 30 ball 4 A n J bv ISABEL GRCVE • beaut) laj evening ai lo\ cl) home of ne) The >e in i. II who left the j i utal K.unt %  tent, guests mi the terrace i re decked %  II u it!i magol red an.I I \ %  holding lighted 1 true Hindu ..ii henticall) Hi silver bor. nai k on her > ng the many .1 imen and ire 1.1 and v % %  iiub. • nteld, Dr Nor II Mi %  ie Herb I Pellants, Julian I ith and Sid Feuer, %  I ri } Morris, the n e) l-oh.-ns. and m i Micke) with wile Vvei e ilyn with husband V ni parents : | four, i like college sweel pie uio wou'.d 1 : marriage n May I Ra' • Ka .Ian. : "I t'.ie injections i, • them on their Mendel globeStill others. Mr llarvej St .lean, the Ihe Morris Greens, cl -I c hen. Ien\ '" apartment at the e on Smid.iv for da) In 'i e. r ill be a quick stop back on Miami Beach before ll) ing for rrore holiday in Las V'e gas an San Franci i i and final!) h n %  to Toledo. O 1 caving May 15. Judge Milton Frii clman. senior judge i I Cit) ol Miami, will attend Pie interna tional co vention ol B'nai B'rith m l-i .i In addition t i being in -t ailed a nati mil An i Defa League Commissioner n .II will v.sil with !,.. c us i n David Ben-Gurion. [ormer Pi ne Minister • f Israel Ai thi mi lusii II ol tli. c n iho Judge will rendez vi us v ith wife Sylvia in Lond m, and th? t o| ii %  online t. celebrating their silver w i Idin i %  nnii < rsar) II in Eur Ban jaunt, they'll | %  | five week i exploring Eng Ian I, %  ii% %  •il md, It a I y and •. returning to home ground i n v'ie SJ Rotterdam. ., Following ten It nill be the middle of Septembei i>< fore Yetta and Samuel • i hon return home to Bay HarI or Islands Leaving Ma) 14. they'll spend a week with daughIi i ci .i ia i Mrs. Seymour Wein-i. :n i and Loi raine I Mrs Aaron Gai feni and Ihe r families who %  ,in Low I iland Earl) in June, Hi y 11 sail for Israel n Ihe r.ew Queen \ni a Maria While th 'IT. they'll meel for the lirsl t'me with European relatives now si tied in Israel Continuing on journey, Ih ne a nephi see in Rome, m ri sight ing in nd .in.l additional niei es Continued on Pf e 4-B


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Miami, Flcr.da. Friday. May 7, 1965
Sectio ;
Women's League Meeting in Jax
iisaing Temple Emanu-EI's silver anniversary ball on
30 at the Diplomat Hotel are Mrs. Herbert S. Shapiro, just
l< ted :o: another term as president of Sisterhood, and Mrs.
nder Kogan, a past president. Other past presidents
..:ig) are Mesdames Sherman Kaplan and Georqe Gold-
pictured at the home ol Dr. and Mrs. Irvinq Lehiman in
eii planning session.
Emanu-El Planning 25th
Anniversary Ball Here
1 i Fl r
National Women's
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ii .. i 10 to 12 ai
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pin v
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I with i ill R .
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< ihau man in charge i i
unced thai other
\ i rk 'i]< it iring tin- conference
v ill include communil \ relations,
sot i.i] acti n Isi aeli affairs, and
11 opci iition u it It other organize
lions
Over 123 women representing
tins, valive svnag gue sisterhoods
'empie Kmanuel Kl will hold its
r anniversarj ball on Sundsj
i ins M) ;" st tin' l>i|)linn.ii
>tel
I'll ball will serve as the finale
t'n- temple mi.il season.
'I he ball, u n il e r the -:i neral
.hi mai ship ol Jack 'arner, w ill
i i eai i sen u-<- (or
; ii u i.i hrruan js spii itual
leader ol the mple,
Arrangements Committee is be-
co > haired l>> Mis Max Boder
I'.inn. Mis Sherman Kaplan and
'..is George Goldberg.
Mrs Alexander hugjn i> hospi-
laht) chairman, w 10 has unlink;! a
i 11 s foi memhei ol the
oiiiiiniirc leading up to the Maj
3n ball
n
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bv ISABEL GRCVE
: Fridaj evening
at h lovel) home "I
nd I "ii Gidne) The
i voj 11 1. i
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[i i an Oriental jaunl
ted i" .i huge lent, gues -
and sneed on Ihe lei rai
fur ten ere rlecki 'I
i mine i ific* v. h mag
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an i B< i: ie Pallants, .1 ilian
s Ruth and Sid Feuer
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l -il) n v. nil husband
er i 11 in- p.H --til > i four,
'.ore like college
Ihr.n a co pie
nai i iagc n Ma)
Gladys in I Ra1 K;i Jan,
lie la -t "i i i" injections
to pi nit them on 'hi n
ing i- \ I end i- il
toji Still i thi i- Mr
Harve> si Jean
nkoffi Ihe Moi i.- Greens,
.i ,i w C '"-ii
lei apartment .ii Ihe
11 o ii s on Sundaj i"i
Folia
i ; ., will attend the
.i- Mrs Han lii Rein lard
the Florida Branch
l Nal Leaj ie Mrs
Vlann is conferem p chair
nan
. -i con.nltaiil will
II ll-i oei i Ros.sman, im
: .'al
:i s i., a_: Mrs Rossman
p..s,ii m ol president foi
: ;mli she tra\
e Far East, Bi Igium,
l i i Scotland and I he andi
... .ii i ounti i -
In 1960. Mi- I; -:n;iii attended
't..- \\ hite House conference on
i hildren snd you li in 1961, she par
i ipated in Ihe Paris conference
t.he World Council ol Synagogues
pud, in 1962. the Fi rsl W Id
'ouncil oi Synagogues convention
m Jerusalem.
In M.i I9H4 ismai
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I inuing sei hi mm
Season Ending
Dpti-Mrs i luh ol Miami B
have il
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participal ion quiz p ogram I Ii
in izes
I'.llsllll s ., || mi Il'l .III
end o| the > i ..i" r e p it b> M rs
'.inns Pilzer, president of the group.
' ill be .i i|iu<-k stop
hai k on Miami Beach befi e )
lidaj in Las V
_..s and an Fram and finall)
lo Toledo. O
1 ,.,'. iru May 15, ludge Milton
I i. Iman senior judge i Cit> ol
Miami ill attend ie intern i
lional i mention "i B'nai B'rith
in i-r.i ; In addition t i beu -
nati n il Kn i !' "fa
I i I'onimisiiuu'i'
nan Mill \ .sit
I i i ..-.'i H.i\ ni Ben tii.....n
, M Isi ael
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of h 'heir
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eturnii me ground
n 'i S R itlei
H iii be Ihe middle i Sep
tembei bi fore Yctta and Samuel
i nun i e' urn home t" Baj ll.ii
I or Islands Lea^ in, Maj 11
: hej II sp no .i i i-k m11 li daugh
i. Gloria Mi Sej mour Wein
li ni and Loi i line i Mrs Karon
(..:: fen i and the i lamilies who
i.- in I.i n l land Earl) in
June th > II --ol for Israel n the
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th -r.\ tle-v II meet for the first
ipean i elatn es no -
r.tlcd i I'ontinun
ue in >n sightseeing in
Sw it/' land and additional niei es
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•L 0(/< oman s IVortJ •V V "Ufewisli Floridiaia Miami, Flcr.da. Friday. May 7, 1965 Sectio ; Women's League Meeting in Jax iisaing Temple Emanu-EI's silver anniversary ball on 30 at the Diplomat Hotel are Mrs. Herbert S. Shapiro, just l< ted :o: another term as president of Sisterhood, and Mrs. nder Kogan, a past president. Other past presidents ..:ig) are Mesdames Sherman Kaplan and Georqe Goldpictured at the home ol Dr. and Mrs. Irvinq Lehiman in eii planning se s sion. Emanu-El Planning 25th Anniversary Ball Here 1 i Fl r National Women's • \ i i %  %  iii .. i 10 to 12 ai I I .la. kson %  pin v %  i > u i with I with i ill R Aiin.. I '' ,i... kson \ die .lui i ti -P'Ok I '.:. > n. \ii i < %  ihau man in charge i i unced thai other \ i rk 'i % %  ]<• it iring tinconference v ill include communil \ relations, sot i.i] acti n Isi aeli affairs, and 11 opci iition u it It other organize lions Over 123 women representing tins, valive svnag gue sisterhoods 'empie Kmanuel Kl will hold its %  r anniversarj ball on Sundsj • i ins M %  ) ; st tin' l>i|)linn.ii >tel I'll ball will serve as the finale t'ntemple mi.il season. 'I he ball, u n il e r the -:i neral .HI mai ship ol Jack 'arner, w ill i i eai %  i sen u-<(or ; ii u i.i hrruan JS spii itual leader ol the '• mple, Arrangements Committee is beco > haired l>> Mis Max Boder I'.inn. Mis Sherman Kaplan and '..is George Goldberg. Mrs Alexander hugjn i> hospilaht) chairman, w 10 has unlink;! a • i 11 %  s foi memhei ol the oiiiiiniirc leading up to the Maj 3n ball n J bv ISABEL GRCVE : Fridaj evening • at h lovel) home "I nd I "ii Gidne) The i voj 11 1. i \| k< i Ki ms, who left the [i i an Oriental jaunl ted i" .i huge lent, gues and sneed on Ihe lei rai •• fur ten ere rlecki 'I i mine i ific* v. %  h mag ,,: rpicci "i %  ed ..i I i .• lighted Ruth .i true H in sari with silver I*" .•• in • K on hi i h I Ani • H manj i a w men and • v -i I l and rlej nd AI llul \ -i -lil l>i N :i |; |i • ||." i %  • • an i B< i: ie Pallants, .1 ilian s Ruth and Sid Feuer : I \l ii j Morris, the • I.K k Yo in s SI l !1' k-\ Coll. Ils. ..lln %  %  i : h in i Mtcke> with '•' I .mo: II w lie N •'' I l -il) n v. nil husband %  er i 1 1 in. p. H --til > i four, '.ore like college Ihr.n a co pie nai i iagc n Ma) Gladys in I Ra 1 K;i Jan, • lie la -t "i i i" injections to pi nit them on 'hi n ing i\ I end iil toji Still i thi iMr Harve> si Jean nkoffi Ihe Moi i.Greens, .i ,i w C '"-ii lei apartment .ii Ihe 11 o II s • %  on Sundaj i"i Folia i ; ., will attend the .iMrs Han lii Rein lard %  • the Florida Branch l Nal Leaj ie Mrs Vlann is conferem p chair nan • %  -i con nltaiil will II ll-i oei i Ros.sman, im : .'al :i s i ., a_•: • Mrs Rossman p..s,ii m ol president foi : ; mli she tra\ e Far East, Bi Igium, l i %  i Scotland and I he % %  andi ... .ii i ounti i In 1960. MiI; -:n;iii attended 't..\\ hite House conference on i hildren snd you li in 1961, she par i ipated in Ihe Paris conference t.he World Council ol Synagogues pud, in 1962. the Fi rsl W Id 'ouncil oi Synagogues convention m Jerusalem. In M.i I9H4 ismai I heo o II '. %  ?< i %  • ice :m .II il for list incl i\ • %  I inuing sei hi mm Season Ending Dpti-Mrs i luh ol Miami B have il II rue II Progi m i n Mrs i l >p h ,i pl..iii'."il ..ii audi participal ion quiz p ogram I Ii in izes I'.llsllll s ., %  || mi Il'l .III end o| the > i ..i" r e p it b> M rs '.inns Pilzer, president of the group. ill be .i i|iu<-k stop hai k on Miami Beach befi e ) lidaj in Las V •_..s and an Fram %  %  and finall) lo Toledo. O 1 ,.,'. iru May 15, ludge Milton I i. Iman senior judge • i Cit> ol Miami ill attend ie intern i lional i mention "i B'nai B'rith in i-r.i ; In addition t i beu nati n il Kn i !' "fa I i I'onimis •iiuu'i' nan Mill \ .sit I i i ...'i H.i\ ni Ben tii n M %  Isi ael sii II ol til. i c will rcii'li'/ i,ii fi s N \\ I, m Lond m k on of h 'heir m .1 ar> I the) II I %  ini l i .. I \ and eturnii me ground %  n 'i S R itlei H iii be Ihe middle i Sep tembei bi fore Yctta and Samuel • i nun i e' urn home t" Baj ll.ii I or Islands Lea^ in, Maj 11 : hej II sp no .i i i-k M 1 1 li daugh • i. Gloria Mi Sej mour Wein •li ni and Loi i line i Mrs Karon (..:: fen i and the i lamilies who • i.in I.i n l land Earl) in June th > II --ol for Israel n the i, -n \n %  Mana While th -r.\ tle-v II meet for the first ipean i elatn es no r.tlcd i I'ontinun ue in >n sightseeing in Sw it/' land and additional niei es Continued on Pr t 4-B / .j,0, & ik f> V \ I t I < 11 111 I '1 sit %  ibulous hai d-ki tted ated i ind dippi d 1 • ,i glow fro %  rhme-' i stei iG Sag % 



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Paqe 2-B •, le1s^ FlerldHar Friday May 7. 1965 and dancing, reflecting the theme %  Israel. Mrs .1, i is and Mrs Blank will ha vi lers cl in Mrs. N Bartl n( I Bond chair 1 Harbor J eph Epsti in, as steed %  Mrs G< Brandeis. Mi ,; : Stoii ba Mrs Bi rnard I ; %  s. San ,-, rtj s presi ients ael Bond chairmen, Mi >. Ai i sin, Mrs William Carduni r Deborah. Mrs Jatk Fincber president, assisted by Mrs. Esther Levitz, Mrs Charles Gertler and Mrs Herbert Gutman; Esther, Mrs llatiit' Salii:. president; I R. Good man. Mrs. Max Aifastiner. and Mrs. David Shelist. presidents, Is tael Bond chairman. Miss Esther Goodman; Herd, Mrs. Milton Weinberg, president, Israel Bond chairmen Mrs. Irwin H. Makow sky. Mrs. Ben Zeigfliund; Israeli. Mrs. Sam Appel, president. Emma Lazarus, Mrs .lack Wolfstein, president; Morton Towers. Mrs. Emanuel Mentc, president. Israel Bond Chairman, Mrs. Harrj Epstein; Kenanah. Mrs Sherman Fast, president; Henna Senesch, Mrs. Sylvia Kurland, president, assisted bj Mrs Sam Keldman. Mrs. Isidore Lorber and Mrs Frances Benjamin. Israel Bond chairmen, MRS. MD JOHAi Mrs Eva Blum and Mrs Betty Keller Shah.ma. MrMichael FeiltStein, president, assisted by Mrs. Irwin Shapiro. Israel Bond chairman. Mrs Harry PlatofJ; Southgate, Mrs Joseph Rosenberg, president. Israel Bond chairman. Mrs Pearl Klkin. Henrietta Szold. Mrs. Sol Greenpresident, Israel Bond chairman. Mrs Miriam Press; Stephen Wise, Mrs Manning Mm MRS. SAM BLANK tus, Israel Bond chairman, Mrs. Meyer Harris; Kadimah KUIK Cole, Mrs. Solkofi. president; Forte Towers, MrHerman Keller, president. JWV Post Meeting Set Surfstde Ba) Harbor Poet, Jewish War Veterans, will bold its monthl) meeting Wednesdaj May 19 p m at Surfsidi Town Hall. Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah will present the worldcelebrated Givenchy-Israel Fashion Festival at the HadassahIsrael Glorious "17" Fashion Festival luncheon on Monday. May 24, at the Grand Ball Room of the Fontainebleau Hotel. Among items in the collection are (left) a tiny, high waisted bolero of dark green velvet worn over a princess style white silk damask dress. Right is an acid yellow heavy silk with a contrasting sequined bolero. Beach Hadassah is Planning Israel 17' Fashion Festival Luncheon on May 24 Presidents and. other leaders of all groups of the Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah will meet at a coffee Friday morning at the Doral Beach Hotel to set into motion plans for what is expected to be one of the most spectacular events sponsored by the organization. The event will be the Hadassah Israel Glorious "17" Fashion FestiAMMUCA I O.lfW CaWrta I t too* ITO %  %  < %  • val luncheon, celebrating Israel"? 17th year of statehood, to take place Monday. May 24. in the Grand Ball Room of the Fontainebleau Hotel. Spearheading Hadassah's leadership for the luncheon are two wo. men known for their leadership on lx half of many worthy causes, Mrs. Fred Jonas will serve as chairman of the hincheon. Mrs. Sam Blank, who last year was the re, cipient with her husband of Israel's highest award, the Medallion Of Honor, will serve as co-chairman Assisting them will be Mrs Gerald Soltz, president, Florida Region c • Hadassah, Mi Dorothj Kn is bom rarj chairman Vice > %  men are Mi Maurice Cahn, Mrs i ar 1 VI Co : in, Mrs Ji k Mi -. Phil i' Thau. \ ature of the lunch will ntation hei I I %  %  the •-• nding %  i ill 1Hco%  %  %  • : %  Here's the most important news for English Muffin fans since toasters were invented! CDILOQ juicy OMCL SALAMI 11233 PURE BEEF ''•> %  i i --*r*.te4 r\ >4 Stay fresh *y re-closdbie bag ciNtnAi CFTICESCMICAOO. ILLINOH IOIOT WILNO KOSHER SALAMI • FRANKFURTERS > CORNED BEEF • BOLOGNA 2181 N.W. 10th AVENUE Phone FR 1-6551 MIAMI BRANCH: This is a loaf of Merita's new English Muffin Slices! Slide 'em in the toaster (they're just the right thickness to fit)!



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Fiiday. May 7. 1965 *• Unlst n, rldictr Rabbi Kronish To Review 'Fiddler' eon Kronish, spiritual Temple Beth Sholotn, will Broadw IJ hit, "Fiddler 88 (Kill ol the hiMik riei jponson, pi m Feetii al of the Arts <>f ni Temple Beth on f 8; IS p ni in the Tern• \u.; lorium Certaii portum-ni the review v ill IMgiuitrated by performances pLiv bj the following •i of the Ti mple Thespians, lircotion i>t Leon Linger Km pke, Sam Rudt, Jack Stanton Halpert, Joseph rvej Kramer, How ard Dr Harrj G irsten, Mrs. ,;the t'ammanday, Mrs Michael Stanton Halpert, Mrs r \ Mr Ulen Wilson daughters Shi : < >n aii I \\ M Da M 'on\ iser ii ons from t he %  e work ol She .) E Wi Ik Ichairman ii \ icw series Mrs IVCJ man is chairman ol Shol m Festival o( the Mrs Leo Levin iSis lent Hadassah Lunch Anticipates Big Group on Monday Mrs BnrneU Beckermnn, donor -i. uj tinMiami Beeofa Chapadassah, announces an unattendance la expect• • >r ••< donor award luncheon i" %  kg the chapter at the Se • near, t.'.< luncheon will be tinaite e gathering of all i" Ifiama h Hadassah groupa Hedaa sah's network <>i pmjecta m Isreel II the areas ol healing, vocational • aining .nd child-saving are man %  d Cardiac Chapter Annual Luncheon hapter, National Chil%  %  iii. nHospital, "ill hold am lundteon and insjaj^wi i Biscayne Teerlct Hotel 18, IL' noon, under the %  hip ni Mrs William 11. Mi Sidnej Fertig will Ii I.I .ipresident officer will i\\i n ol radio station v IN/%  acco ipanied bj his .i e show will follow, given ii i Tail oi Coconut t ; i %  \ e i'iiI'niversit) ol Miami MediSchool has taken over the manni N.itiunai Children's Hospital, with Jack Coatelin charge of all chapter activities. Tropical Chapter Bruncheon Tropkra Chapter, American lladI e served, I illow Goinq ovei the script ot "Fiddler on the Roof" with Rabbi Leon Kronish are deft to right) Leon Unger. director of the Temple Thespians; Mrs. Harry F. Wolk chairman of the rabbi's book review senes; Cantor David Conviseo who with Mis. Conviser, will sinq solo portions of the musical; and James S. Knopke. chairman of the Temple Thespians. % %  H HMK t Brick Binyan Bank Lunch Wednesday MRS. BAffNCrr BtCKMMAN Third annual Brick Binyan Bank luncheon sponsored bj Hebrew Vcademj Women will t ike place Wednesday noun in the Max v il verberg Dining Hall ol the Acad way. \lr> Leonard Rosen is president Luncheon will mark the third anniversar) ol the dedication oi the Academy's new building, held in Mas. 1962 The Bin>an Bank and Brick campaign, under the chairmanship ot Mrs. JuM'ph Shapiro and Mrs. .lull us Rosenatein, is the Hebrew Aead. imy Women builduiK fund which was responsible for the endowment of the school auditorium. Last year, the -;ioup pledged an additional $5u.uoo toward the modern, fully equipped kitchen. "Fashions b> Wilma." a showing of original creations by Wilma's Ol Lincoln Rd.. sv ill be featured du ring the afternoon program. Mrs Charles Simon, program chairman, will narrate Befit Jacob Sisterhood Ki" C inti Maum • %  Mam< red at .i testimonial dinner sp inson d b> Beth J Sisterh i S M Waldman's Hotel Ju \ Frank w i ll acl as masti r of ceremonies, and the evening will ide .i program oi entertainment KOSHER I MORRISON SCHIFF "THE GOOD FRANKFURT' HERMAN PEARL BILL LADIMER NUMBER ONE PROVISIONS ONE ALTON ROAD Phone 531-6811 MIAMI BEACH -* From Talmudic to Nuclear Times 20 centuries ago, Jewish learning left Israel with the people. It ucxt "centered" in Babylon. There the 3a-volume Talmud was written which for 1,500 years was the life line of Judaism in world-wide diaspora. Now it is again returning "home". Today, in Israel, students and scholars are searching the distant past, and reaching into the outer limits of science. Diamond Crysul Salt Cwntaiy The Taste of Yuban Coffee Every cup il a joyous event because Yuban is deeper, darker, richer in taste tliau coJi'ee ever was before... 100 fr Colombian Coffee, made in a special way. Rare aged beans are added to the finest green btaus for richer taste, then roasted to flavor perfection. Enjoy delicious Yuban... every sip a simcha I K certified Kosher by Rabbit He rsch Kohft and Barnard Uy. The premium coffee of General Foods. YUBAN 100% COLOMBIAN COFFEE



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4-F *ti. ( v/ diiiif Friday. May 7. 1965 Academy PTA Installation Set For Next June 12 .%  %  > • %  %  > > • •v s li'w pan... %  tfilMI I ..£ vm Mish-noajB At r, *. Socialite ... bu SsaLcl L/ rove another in Chicago, plan a cele bration at the Black stone Hotel j-i their return there Continued >i ww Pp* %  • naaar -•. %  M afci SS France Ra.-k .... H F*i more \>:> %  | ok her I here Dai %  M I re Manas .->. Mian Beach %  ft v V the .luTIt Sai >'•. 3nM a>as fWM %  Tiekanrai %  "•.. • %  %  n hi >. %  %  '. %  '. Ml d • n i n-iKt Rertil .-.n< Flan cnc< '..>'1.'T i at % %  papei v'-.i.StcBUB* Hn ••• MI Fo: :h;on fchbf! a %  • pen tkfl • :ht miniaton bridi •ne.rr ben .-: ah* w* taiel %  ran %  ti %  • %  ; bi > •' IN • i %  %  %  %  rd Caller i %  %  %  ected %  ....•• rids For Shirii %  "• tie toy! u in next ...... House %  • • • i Mi un %  • %  %  • -. %  %  %  Repeating a previoni win, Freo A Vlellifch won first pn?.anj became State champcm in the XVII Latin Fiirum held in Tar pon Springs ••rtj in April i-. 1963 Fred n lmrt prize and be came Itate champion on La %  Senior Ora iona in the Xv !_•. Forum -!• held in lacpot Springs Tru> tmie. baa aumn nini laudc awarded in !: -' .A senior at I b ea High, the n of .Mr • MrKtlll Wellix/h. interest-] ththu-nanitiev paBSBJ I the In.\i-rsitv of Chicago ter of Mr and Mr, Bfc ltQOColir.Av< B'I Ual at the l m orMa !>he ha* Been preaaBeat of A.i i taoBal hi>%  >men Beocfi Hemophilia Auxiliary • 'V • IT VWMI"'*',*' BRING HOME THE BREAKSTONE'S! wise shoppers always do.) ksttmo fomil> (tl Hiuulniryprntiui I Main .ukcsJ.mv | I ,,, I 1,1 I!,, ,| ,, i nrv I'M) ,, | „,, L W/OJ



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fiidcry. May 7. 1965 + knlsli Ihrlllrtr Paqe 5 B Southeast Region of Women's ORT Will Install Mrs. Kupperman President Mrs Florence Kupperman will .;<• pn sklent <>i South ii K'.I Region of Women's ,M i ii; r al Ihe annual Honl un< heon on Wcdn< • 'u Deau> ille Hotel Irving Lehrman will Rive cation and conduct installa cremonies. Ot h i r officers t<> be inducted are executive committee hairman, Harold S< lineider; vice pres idenl Mrs Jack Fils, Mrs Wil liani I', h nan, Mrs Richard Greenb. um, Mrs Lou Jacobson, Mrs rge 1 nden .. n d Mrs Philip Stark; treasi rer Mrs. Alan Tanen; financial secretary, Mrs Steven Hutt. recording secretary, Mrs Morris Green berg; corresponding •• %  > t '.]:• \| Sej moui Goldstein mi ntarian, Mrs .\!,'\ Varons MIN Louis Baron, immediate past president will honor Mrs Carrie Ri ->'ii .i '"Woman ol the Year I -. Shapiro RS Mellah Mother ol r.*i< ^ i nd Mi Mae ck : i highest Honor Roll hit VI : 1 >RT's l hi spi n ci oup w i ll pre1 %  vei iion ol "Funny Girl i led hj Vlma Sarnoff, >'ii Si '. • nd Mai il> n Goldwho will dirci i the plaj and serve as ch I the da> Mrs Man 1 i n n c n is ; man AtS. flOKlMCt KUPPWMAN lakeside Memorial Services llenrj Wi rniik will offi ciate :•! Mi thei s Da> Mem irial services i pen t i the i Ireater Miami .li".\ ish L'I •• on Sundaj 11 30 a m ,ii Lakeside Memorial Park \\\ ..'.".th St, and nan I Ave BISCAY \ I T I II It AC l 340 Biscayne Boulevard • Miami, Florida FACING BISCAYNE BAY "WHtKt THI STAfS AND MAVtH JOIN fVK HSUVI1IIS" AT THE BEAUTIFUL NIWLT DfCOIATEO VI AIM 11-11 I lt\l I HOOM St AT ING LP TO .00 WEDDINGS • CONFIRMATIONS ir BANQUETS RECEPTIONS it LUNCHEONS • MEETINGS I ATI: III X. Slritlly Kosher focififirs Available Unitr Supervision of RABBI TIBOR H. STERN CALL Miss SHIRLEY, Caterir^AAanagcr, FR 9-3792 Have that Business Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion & You'll find complete ^ 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 • lor Inlormalloni HAZEL ALLISON Catering Director, JE 1-6061 Ith SI. Colllna Avo. MEET PERFECTIONISTS IN THE CATERING FIELD They are i-rtequ-.-ed in the r pr?' They are tntdil do Mtei %  tafl They Mill make a success ol nj patty... a St* wedding... Bar Vitzvah*... a busiSfc^a meeting or a social luncheon. The. f>ser\e from 20 to 1000 diners witl erdecorated Cotillion Room. They'll irra %  ••vei space you tequm Mr. 7fctfersonS 0811 for the best lunctionyou'.a ever had! 0CEANFR0MI C0UMS *ENUE AND LINCOIR 0A0 MAU MRS. tUGtHl 1. SCHrVARZ Ner Tamid Ladies Etect Officers U a mi i'l last week, Mrs Eugene -i Schwarz was unanimous eelected presidi nt ol Temple l i tther "iiii ers are \ Ice presi Mrs i ai lion Blake, Mrs i n, Mrs Ben L Kali ric. Mrs Jack Greenberg, Mrs \!.i\ Amhowitz Mrs. Louis Stall sec reti ie Mrs \li x Rest, Mrs ll irrj K.ian, Mrs Dan Piver. lira Irvin Weingroff; treasurer, Mrs Adolph Greenbaum; parlian i ntarian, Mr* Michael lirazii r. Trustees are Mrs Fannie Sklar, Mrs Louis .1 Gold, Mrs Louis Cohen, Mrs Murraj A Shaw, Mrs. I ,i nrii' i Fine Board <>l directors includes Mesdames Charles Abcamson, Irving Berger Ann Bernstein, Florence Breeh, Harry Brown, Harrj Chester, Ann Corrsin, Ben Duckman, \vm Deutsc.h, Frank I'u Fine, Jean Feldman, Bess Fine, Eira Flnegold, Nathan Kl. mm, Herman Frank, red 1 <' %  an, Jack Gei son, Lou i,old n, It II t Ii Goldstone, Sam Pn enfiel I, William i Han is \i chai l He> man, S >nya Hirsh. Sej mour Hoi M itz. Milton Hurwitz, Bessie Is i Harr> .i. witt, -l • R f %  Rirshner. Jack Klin I'aulinc Korcnvacs, Ludwig Koster Kramer, Eugene Labo viti Monya Leshin, Harry Levin, Reiva Levine, Harry Lieberntan Bi n .i" .n I inde, Jessie 0 Mar\i >yera, Gertrude Mogul, !';; i]>. n Prichason, Jean M !-. Ra kin, Mitchell Reiner, rut Rubin, Ri S il mon. Morton -. iv artz, Hei man s h a \<. Jack • Joe Silverman, Morris Sklar, -.. i Smili s, Joseph Stcinbi i man Sa lit Troskj. \ ihan V lock, Mark Wallace, Wil ham A'eissman, Jack Wolf, Moses Wolf Maurice Zarctskj Junior Auxiliary Installation Set ii nlor Auxiliary. Je-v i^li Home for the v.!. will hold it-annual installation at Douglas Gardens, IS] NE 2nd St in the Daj Care Room •n Tuesdaj May 18, .ii i p.m. Judge Irving Cypen will be installing of i (er For the second consecutive s ear Mrs George Israel will be installed .ipresident, M Esther Levitz, i xecutivc ice president Mrs Jea se LeVine, vice president, i m-l ivising; \li • Mon is Ratner \ ice i resident, njembi rship; Mis Ir \ mg \\ ii/. '. ice president, program Se< reti ii • Mrs Emanuel Friedn Mrs l rank Braunstein, Mi s Clara Silversteen, Miss Rena stein. Mrs Joseph Nmm; Mrs \ J Lip k 'ii surer i lc will entertain Hi.Win 1,1 Fan* 'J Comes to the aid of (he Party Masterfully prepared cuisine and magnificent atmosphere are combined to make any size function—from an intimate reception to the big wedding of the season — a brilliant success' Ever, tail is faultless %  tt ed the experienced a"ci dedicated staff llit? liiilr differences make ihe big difference ././. aues OstadalJE 2-256 1 OCEANFRONT • 45th TO 47th STS. • MIAMI BEACH %Z£Zm -Ifi ocean at Miami beach A new standard of cJegance on Miami Beach. Superbly planned and executed weddings, luncheons, business meetings ... ranging from 10 to 1000. OR ,/n a miaml country dob setting Spaciousness is the. keynote of your affair amidst the plushness of the Doral Country Club. Weddings, confirmations, banquets are enhanced by the country club atmos-, phere of this resort-estaie. ] For complete derails, please call Mr. David Kovac, Director of Food and Be\erag* Doral Beach Hotel and Country Club .<^ JE 2-3600 pw* He Wins Bank Contest \ retail ner ^ '> %  < id ~i has v on tin prize in the Bank ol Dade _.in ( >ntesl \ Vlbi 11 Sal 11 North h who o ns two hand lumi jewelry -Imps in PI i nd Mi inn K< %  won with .i single entry in the six month long contest that attracted paiiii ipants. ON TM OCCAM AT **th STRKST • MIAMI % %  ACH. It*



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Page 6-B knlstncrldHnn Friday, May 7. 1965 Jewish Vocational Service Plans Unique Meeting Weekend at Algiers Hotel Mrs Charles P. Feinheru. prrsiPallet, Alan Shecter. dent. Jewish Vocational Service, Stark, i announced this week tfttat the -e\ cnth annual meeting of the JVS Board of Directors '"ill be a ( >f Di r ector s and o ff lcera !l take d a h ard masting sohcd uled for the evening ol Maj m the Board Room ol the Gn i (i Miami Jew ish PedaNl "ii Program chairman for the anm Alan Shecter, Mrs Sam al dinner will be Sidney Efronso a member ol the agency's Prn Election of nomineefor Board Committee Proud recipients of "1,000-Hour Pins" are these members oi Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Auxiliary shown receivinq their awards from President Mrs. Ted Lotterman (right). Irene Fink, Mrs. Sam Seitlin and Mrs. Joan Halpern (left to right) have been active in the volunteer unit for several years. The annual awards ceremony traditionally precedes the women's installation luncheon which is scheduled this year for May 11 at Westview Country Club. Cedars of Lebanon Auxiliary Will Install Officers at Fashion Show Next Tuesday Westvtew Country Club will be the colorful setting for the Cedars of Lebanon Auxiliary installation and fashion shew on Tuesday noon \lrDoran Zinner, active In volunteer work al Cellars t Lebanon Hospital since itinception, will be .ipresident of the Auxil!:ii'_ Mrs Ted Lotter nts to be installed Mrs Byron Sparber ailMrPrank Rose in rship: and Mrs Leo Berman, Lobl Other >:: < %  are Mrs Warren is, ri'i or lii retarj Mrs Horv ich, financial secre. M Law n xu e Adler, correup ndinti secretary; MrIrene irci and Mrs Nathan • %  %  • ir< r TS include Mesdtmes Harold Zee-man. Leonard Steiner. Jennie Cordon. Ber i.rd Yesner and Al Berkowit/ Mrs Benjamin Oren, chairman of the Luncheon Committee, has announce I that rhe la-hum show will be presented by .loan Berry of i iaMes, with Auxiliary mem Ling ..ii. dels. Luncheon D mmittee includes the hrmes Mitofa II i toldman \. i Strauss, Morris Blau. M E Glasser anrl NOrman Broun Mrs Nathaniel Levin, charter president of 'he Auxiliary, "ho has been active in mental health work, (li therapy and youth education will be installing officer and preside with Mrs. Lotterman chairman ol the daj "We expect onof the b turnouts in AuxHiarj history." said MiLawrence Adler, reservations ( hair man. MORRIS S RUTH IERNER HARRY ZUCKERMAN Catering for All Occasions Established in 7945 FAMOUS 671 WASHINGTON AVE. PARKING FACILITIES JEI-3M7 MIAMI BEACH J^esfauranf I>I\.\I;KS S\A\\ III DAILY 4 P.M. to 10 P.M. SAND-ELL KOSHER CATERERS Now in New Location! 1216 Normandy Dr., Normandy Isle 1 Hors d'Oeuvres Supplied to Hotels & Individuals Wholesale & Retail < BAR MITZVAHS • WEDDINGS • SOCIAL FUNCTIONS Call Sol Weiss UN 6-6226 • Supervised by Rabbi M. Cohen Continental m Kosher Caterers • WEDDINGS • BAR MITZVAHS • BANQUETS UNLIMITED At Your Home, Hall or Synagogue Miami's Only "Shomer Shobbos" Restaurant — Qualify Par Exceffen 8393 BIRD ROAD, MIAMI Phone 226-1744 unique departure from annual meetings held in the pa-i The agency's Program Commit tee. chaired by Mrs Snm Stark, and members Sidney F.fronson. Mrs. Gerald P. Solt?, and Arthur I WIHner, assisted by staff member. Mrs. Jerry Fix, have planned a weekend at the Aiders Hotel to start on the afternoon of Saturday. May 15. through Sunday. May 16. with the annual banquet and instal latlon to take place on Saturday e\ening in the hotel's Aladdin Room. In addition, there will he a series of social events planned for' both Saturday evening and all daySunday, all at the Algiers Hotel. Nominating and Membership Committee, chaired by past presidents, Barney Bernstein and Lloyd L. Raskin, will present the slate of officers for 1965-66 as fol lows Secretary, Mrs Meyer A Baskin; assistant secretary, Mrs Sidney Lewis; treasurer, s Ronald Pallet; stanl treasurer, Earl L. Werner, vice presidents, Edward .1 Fox, Charles Hertzoff, Marshall S Harris and Stuart Kothchild; honorarj president, Sam .1 Heiman; presi dent. Mrs Charles P Feinberg The following nominees will be ented t r three-year terms ol ,on the Board "f Directors stein, Edward .1 Fox Marshall S Harris. Charles Hertz off, MiSidnej Lewis, Sam Luby Joseph \l Nadser, Mrs Gerald P Soltz, Sanford Sprintz, Sam Stark, Henry Weiss, Arthur L. Will in r and Alan Wilson The Nominating and Member -I. i> Committee iii also present the following nominees to till unexpired one-year terms; Dr. Sol (enter, and Abel I lull/ Hoard n I'T.ti ru uli one-; i ( mtinuing terms <.t office are \irMeyer A Baskin, Mrs Charles P Dr \ r t hu r 1 Gill 1 in \ rl J Hirsch Di Alan Jackson, Irvin W Katz. Martin S Lodge Stuari RothchiW, and Lloyd L Ruskin. B> ird members with two-year c ntinuin of off Ice include Ronald L Ubert, Dr Carl \l Bau mann, Herbert P. Blumberg, Huh ard I. Brickman, Sidnej Efronson, Andrew A, Geller, Jerome <" %  Creene, Maurice ll Hyman, Dr R n b e r t s Liel i Ronald Deimef Appointed Agent Richard Deimel. I II ol 261 SW 6th St., Miami, has bee:; apointed a general agent for Eastern Life Insurance Company of New York, it has been announced by Victor Whitehorn, president. Deimel is vice president of the South Florida Association ol Health Underwriters and a member of the General Agents and Managers Asso eiation of Miami and the Miami Association of Life Underwriters AROLD PO\T 'Rv N GORDON 4,OKIH\ and PO.VT KOSHER CATERERS m ho*-s d'o^'.'vres to a completrnt 170 N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI PHONE FR 4-2655 ITO -row Una te t. t-d Knhrui Association of .vis,no, Rabin Rabbi Abr.ih.im J Safra. OPEN HOUSE WEDDINGS 84* MITZVAHS WCFPT/ONJ and CATERERS 940 71st ST. UN 6-6043 Specialists for Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs a\ Social Functions ROYAL HUNGARIAN TO RESTAURANT a DCAI rFAT FOk MOTHER! 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May 1965 ten 1st ftrridlfon Page 7-B > Dr In ing LA hrman ter nf Mr and Mrs Sanl rd 000 E Di Lido Dr and (tighter ol Mr and Mrs. H Blank, >f Miami Bench, the (tended the University of nil i< 1 member of Delta km Sorority, usband, son of Mr and Mrs Gallant, 835 \E 178th St at the University of Florida raduated from the Universitj "j A ni-mbtT of Phi Kp• Fraternity, Lyceum Conn rtd V \ 0 r 1 'i a Student I'nion he i~ present!) associated • %  'oro, Inc honeymooning in Mexico %  I tcapulco, the newtyweds •• in Miami ri le's ctuti m mad* gown of • :ik 1 rganza, designed es for her, featured a basque 1 it h .1 sabi in,1 neckline and ileeves frosted with apph % %  imported s v> iss guipure ilbng from the waistline in .1 panel of organza out '• the same lace and ra-eep %  .1 ehapel-length train uric • rganz 1 highlighted v 1 '1 '! 1> n 1 he veil of French • wa> held b) .1 sprat. ind I'" 1 ircular blusher ned w ith delicate motifs of wre lace Judi and K sisters the in idegroom best Sti %  Puldj an I R Mannj 1 tstrossk) Michael and Richard Lewis ushi.d %  ft .... ffr Israels to Live In New York New "i 01 k t'itj will be thi future me : the former Helene Sall> S iuare 1 d kfartin Michai! Israel, M mi a uedd'ng trip to Mexii 0 tcapulco The Deauville Hotel was the set ting lui 1 11 %  ptials and reception >n Sundaj. Maj 2, .it 6 30 p m Rabbi Mayer Abl amov it/ 1 lluiated. Arlene Square was the bride's %  Ij attendant Serving as best man v as Marvin U Katkin. wtttl Leonard Bernstein, Arnold Square. Mel\ in Brooks and Marvin Poster, gioemsmen. Both educated in New York, Mr Israel attended New I'treelit High and Brooklyn College His bride graduated from William (' Bryant High and attended Queen's College Parents ot the couple are Mr and Mrs Philip Square. 6950 Byron \ve.. and Mr and MrAlbert Isael. of \'e\v York MRS Wi rn MARTIN ISRAIL i Kahi HOSPITAi WEEK MARKED HERE Nati Wick will the M '!i Dad tj Dei Hospitals %  %  I kson Men m.. May 1'. will be guided t( rs and dl Mun111 1 1 0 y, nui lear n edicine and 1 1 bait thei apj County O n %  : 5, personnel ol the 1 lepai' ol Hospitals, the 1 n.\ 1 rsi'j t Miami & ho 1 ol Medicine and the Hospil A'K isorj Board will be hosts Walk-a-Thon Planned Florida Delta Chapter 11 Phi Delta Theta Fraternity at the Timer sity of Miami will conduct a Watk;i Thon tor Muscular D\-trophy Associations Of America on Saturda) .lack Morton iService Day chairman 1' \ III • I mKS. f. MARTIN GALLANT Titfereth Jacob Elects Officers For Coming Year 1 M fieers elect! d t 1 sen e Temple the coming re D Louis Salhanick presi dent Others are vice president, ways and means Jack Wlleo; vice presi dent, membership, Joel Gross se \Ii MonTM Turner tTeas urer, Mrs Ka> Lingaten B'nai B"rifh Social Singles 1 Members of the OoverninE Board ;ire l.eon Silvcrman. Dr Nathan 'tilth Social Singles will Friedman. Mrs Hett> Albert. Fred nee on Saturday n Satur ••mi; to a live band day May 22. at 8 p.m. IRVING PIETRACK'S ORCHESTRA SOCIETY'S FAVtmiTt sot MAKING EACH AFFAIR "THE TALK OF THE TOWN" Fomous tor molting ttoe mast beovtiful Bar Mitivah Candle lighting Certmanies and Weadinas in lite World For Booking Jf 8-0204 Mo Job Too Small Mrs. Volpe Lists Family Concerts Fnnl .1 Gould, president of the Greater Miami Philharm >nic Solely, announced this week Mrs. Marie Volpe will become actively associated with the organisation's summer concert season Mrs Volpe "ill assist the Societj 'n presentation of a special series it five twilight family concerts du ring .iul\ and August at the Cltj %  1 Miami Mat Ine Stadium. Mrs Volpe, manager 1 i the I'm lerstrj 'i Miami Symphonj Or %  hestra tor .17 years, retired from re management, profession two years ago She is current!) sen ng as a member ol the Board oi Directors of the Society Durum her many years as manager oi the symphony, she instituted and managed the Universitj Symphony's summer "Pops" concerts in Miami Beaoh. Noted as a hard worker she was responsible for formation of the New York CKj I.ewissohn Stadium (Vncerts. The five twilight family concerts at the City of Miami Marine Stadium will feature world hunoas conductors and the new MI ami Philharmonic in a special ser les of five concerts Perfect Gift For Mother BEHDLET ARM CHIRM 5^. %  < ^i3^^3S^€iS^^ .. 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icqe 8-B jf-ranccs JLmeh We the Women man LOKtllA WOMAN OF THE WEEK Strange things happen in real life Loretta Lund studied sewing in high school back in Chicago. It took her hall a term to hem a towel that turned out so badly she had to do the project over. She simplj wasn't handy with a needle She met her late husband. Hen Lonri. at a party She had always declared that she would never many a man with red hair, no hair or a mustache. Seeing Ben for the lir.-t time, she concluded that he was the most distinguished man she had ever seen in her life. After they were married. Loretta joined her husband in the women's wear business she always designed her own clothes, but hail them made. One day in the store, watching a seamstress put in a hem. Loretta felt a powerful desire to be able to sew She went to the Forrest Academy of Design in Chicago for four years, taking class and private lessons in sewing under the direction of a French war bride from Aimers who was an excellent K uturier Ashe became more interested and confident, she delightlighted in making clothes not only for herself but her sister, Cale. now Mrs Samuel Berlin. Loretta had a background of art that included playing he violin professionally in a dance orchestra, doing a stint on Broadway, working with Little Theater groups, as well as giving dramatic readings and book reviews. She drifted awaj from all this when she joined her husband in the business world — they never had less than six or seven dress shopa! a time. Thej were anxious t get further ahead and proved a most successful combination. They moved to Miami Beach in 1951. The Londs' unusual house on DiLido Drive was the result of nearly a year's work, put in by Loretta Of making Mire that th( decor was just what she wanted as a suitable background for themselves and the kind of life they wanted. .lusi as Loretta had drifted out of the active world ol art when she got married, she drifted gently into community living and macking a niche lor herself in the organizational women's world of Miami Beach Programming was always an integral pari ol hir organizational involvement She was i.cUvo ii. National Coui.cil ol Jewish Women, becoming rierrl of thrIslands Division. She was an original mem i| ';, Mount Sinai Hospital Garden ("lull Las) Wednesaj she was installed president ol the Garden Club. Eight years ago, I. retta founded a club called the Arts. a limited group of pn fessional and semi-professional women interested in the varied arts Presently, she's in the process "i helping found an affiliate group of the Music Federation on the Btach When her husband died two years ago, Loretta remem bei • she felt like the proverbial lamb among wolves — since she kiii w nothing whatever about prop rtj or investments Ho evr, she read books on management, took investment courses and no feels thai she has the kn wledge needed to run her own business affairs Along with the business course, he t ok landscape design, enabling her to d< and direct the landscaping ol a piece ol property, and thus mi n 1! into an asset. Loretta is a calm never-ruffled person with that charm ing manner inherent in people who enjoj working with othei in either of the three worlds ol society, business or women'O! gani/ations NATURAL & ARTIFICIAL FLORAL DECORATIONS BLOSSOM SHOP 1572 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Call SYLVIA MILSEN JE 2-3231 nil DELIVERY All GREATER Ml A HI I M& Cleaning-Laundry Storage 1201 20th Street JE 8-6104 Miami Batch Ufenfaft fkrldllar Friday, May 7. 1965 Faith Reinhard and Haiman Clein Say Wedding Vows at Beih David • Double ring evening ceremony On Sunday. Mas 2, united Faith Susan Reinhard and Haiman Long Clein l!ai Ms A. S. Gross and E. A. Levi officiated al the nuptials held at Beth David A reception and dinner followed In Spector Hall. The bride is the daughter oi Mr and Mrs. Norman Reinhard, 2221 SW 2nd Ave; granddaughter ol Mi and MrSam Reinhard and Mrs. Anne Hoffman, and ureal granddaughter ol Mrs David Roth The bridegroom's parents are Ml and MrBerry Clem. 330 \'\v 44th Ave Following a honeymoon in Jamaica, the newly weds will live m Miami. 1' 1 the nuptials, the bride chose a Bianchi original in the Empire MISS SAllY LYONS style, (if candlelight antique satin the gown was [ash ined w ilh lo slieves, scoop neckline and detachable train and featured .1 design of :in> seed pearls at Ihe fitted hod ice A candlelight crown with seed I 1 .iris held the illusion veil, and she cairied wthite orchids over a bridal Bible presented 1 her by the 1 10 had united her par ents Sharon Reinhard was her sistei id ol h inor other attendants were Susan Hedbor, Shirlcj Cohen, Rita Pollack. Donna Genel Rho la lee /an hick, Marion. Gc don Marsha Makslein. .hi Is Reinhard Judj Koenig Flower gin ..* Marcia Radofl .mil Steve Kan; it. ring bearer Ruth Hoffman was in < harge ol the guesl book The bridegroom's brother, Da\ id Clein, served as his best man, and ushers included Bob clem Tippy Reinhard, Michael Clein. Dick Clein, .foe Clein, Ma; MM Friedman David Levine, Richard Chaikin, Sam Radoff and irvin Reinhard. A youth advisor at H< Ih David and YWHA in Miami Beach, new Mrs Clein al-o teaches Sunday School at Temple Ner Tamid. A graduate ol Miami High, she at tended the University < t Florida, Dade Junior College and plans (0 attend Cniversitj ol Miami summer session she is a member ol BBG, National Forensic Leagut and Ute Timi • Stall The bridegroom is al-o an alumnus ol Miami High He attended I ni versit) of Fli rida and earned a degree from the University ol Miami. He served as president ol Eta Sigma Phi. was "Ideal ol Phi Delta Gammi S >rorit\ and belongs to Tan Epsilon Phi Fra lernity %  $&* \ MRS. HAIMAN CHIN Miss Eileen Forte Is Engaged Mr and MrMichael Forti 11 unce the engage menl <:t t hei laughter. Eileen, to Alexan Avatti The Fortes are owner-builders i innew rte Tow era Mi-s Forte lives in the Long 1!. nd and Florida homos > f her ents l he -TO in be 1in bus w ih 1;nd also stu iness a Iministration al N *i. k 1 1 iversitj \o definiti I en eel I he v eddmg Miss Sally Lyons' Betrothal Told By Her Parents Mr. and Mrs. Maurice I! Lyons, ot Langhorne. BuckCounty, Pa.. announce the enga ge—on 1 their daughter. Sally Ann. to Ronald Charles Rosen, son of Mr and MrLeonard Rosen, Baj Harbour Is lands The future bride 1a senior at Women's College, University ol Pennsylvania Her fiance, an alumnus of the Pennington School, is attending Wharton School ol Fi n. nee ami Commerce, University ol Pennsy l\ ania Wedding 1planned for Aug 9 at Beth Sholom Synagogue Elkins Dark. Pa •• Whot are KIN&StEttgems? What is ihe cojgr pf K1NGSLEY af"--' iit< ter? 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Fridcy May 7. 1965 *•Jewlsti ncrldnan Paqe 9-B Ramo, Mones In Evening Rites i ,i honeymoon In Luis ssi u new Mr. and Mrn II.; i '." a ill I %  v .• in Hollj • %  Tl i %  b I); U the I : 'III. T i r m i' r Marilyn Frances • ,i Mi i: im irere united mi i nj on Sundaj. bi Irving Le u c-iating The wedding and nine r v> 111' held .it the • %  Hi • iiiu n lants to the bride Ri m '. the bridesistei Dolores l tstroff and Richard .iHow ard Wieselih stei Taahman Mixed and Robi ri Marks serving nsnv n and Harris Mones, ii brother, and Sammy rg, junii r ushers lei of Mr and Mrs Alfred Royal Palm Kve Mrs ,i gr iduate of \l i ;i m i -••i lor High and earned i n elemental") education .it • rii \ ol Miami rideci um is the ion <>f \li .!•-< pli Ramp. Holl) Vn alumnus of South Mir eceived ,i Bachdegree in adver:iil pi blic relations from :\ oi Florida in l%4. esidenl ot Alpha .ma Fraternity and a mempha Epsilon Pi Social Fra Wallers Reveal Roberta's Troth To Mr. Rappaport Mr and MrWilliam L Waller 1460 Cleveland Rd., announce the engagement I,, paport, 124 E. San Marino Dr Miss Waller is a graduate o( Mi Beach High and the L'niver sity "I Florida, has taught in Dade County. ami will receive %  < Vfastei 11 Arts di gree from Teachers Col lege. Columbia UBiversit) in Aug I'-t Rapap r! ;.. graduate • >: Miami Si nior High, attended the t niver sit) ci Florida, where he was al filiated with Tau Bpsilon Phi, so cial fraternity, and graduated from the Cniversit) id Miami At present he is ith Philips-Van Heusen Corporation in Mew York A June 13 wedding iplanned. Tammy Brotman Eyes 1966 Rites yi Irotman. 021 SW 6th anno incing the engage h e r daughter, Harriet I.. %  v Ti 'ii ira, tn Warren Ii %  .t are bi legi oom iihsi>n nd MrJack Saf'.er, Br.mx \ Y \u| Ianned lor June Kit! MRS. Ntll RAMO \\ %  m r K.ilir Adult Education To be Evaluated A II mtunmt> wide meeting mi adult Jewish education is scheduled for Tuesday, 8 is p.m.. at the office Of the Bureau of Jewish Kducation, 940 Lincoln Rd The conference IN eo -p msored by the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association anil •he Bureau ol Jewirh Education Delegates ol all Jewish organizations "ill gather tn evaluate their adult education programs du ring the past year, tn plan for the coming year, and In create a central resource for Jewish adult education m the communit) The meeting will be co-chaired b) Dr Herbert Baumgard, president nf the Rabbinical Association and Louis Schwartzman executive director ol the Bureau 2 in! SPECIALS! 500 HAND BEADED EATERS mm w I ^NV Reduced/ 2 $ 26 ODDS & ENDS $10.00 15'3 **.SHINGTON AVE. PHONE 532-7551 Suddenly ift MOTHER'S DAY May 9th Br ready — Order Her Flower* PROMO — NOW — TODA\ MFC ABOl T ttM 0\ Ol IOFTOWS ORDERS PLACED by WEDNESDAY, MAY 5. txritk fioriietis CORAL iBLE5 M-Mtr FT LVjDfRDAlE "inn WIAVI •JJ-4SI* MIAVI RFACH SI1-1I4I HOUYWOOO 41-70SI Kandel, Cock To be Married Mr and Mrs Jack Kandel. 5827 SW 2nd Terr., announced the en •incut i I their daughter, Sandra Ins. on Apr 27. Mis k.indcll will wed Burton .lay lock, son <>f Mr and MrNathan Cook, 2064 SW 22nd Terr in Jamjar) 1966 Mr Cook attended Miami Senior iiiiih and inow in business with his father. The bride-elect attended Miami Senior High and Miami Dade .Inn II r College, where she studied sociology she now serves .iI>i> tnct .") secretary of the B'nai B'rith ^ outh Organization A reception honoring the couple will be held on M.i\ 29. in the home 0l the Inline bride's aunt and uncle. Mr and MrBen Kay. ot >k\ Lake MISS SANDRA KANDlt Forte Towers Men Plan Ride Porte Towers Men's Social Club will hold a boatride > n Sund i) Maj 23, according to Murray Freeman i hairman The ride, on the Dreamboat, will start at 9 .''i 1 a.m from the Fort' Towers pier Dancing and entei tainment will be furnished en route with a gourmet luncheon served at Pier 66 in Ft. Lauderdale CONSTIPATED? LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING COMTMCTIN6 • RIPAWIN* Serving Dd C,nly OVII 25 Yn 1111 SW. 14th ST ril 6-9104 \\. .-r-Kuhi MISS ROBERTA WALLER Prim Cites Prosperity \K\\ YORK (JTA Dr loachim Prinz, chairman of the Conference ol Major Jewish Organizations and president ol 'hi American Jewish Congress, sain this week that West German) had the basic institutions ol democrac) but that too few Germans were concerned with making democrac) work Temple Sinai Brotherhood Temple Sinai Brotherhood monthly meeting on Thursday, x p.m.. at the Temple was I olio wed b) eldTemple Judea Weekend Retreat For Conf irmands Rabbi MornKipper ol I ei Le i and Dr VI I ael G It Hive director, Jewish Voca il Service, am nee a "first" m tin s> i ogue IV s programs. 'I he c vent v ill be in I le form ot a weekend retreat, hi ii ti gelher th< rabbinate, U • Jew ish \ i ational Sei \ ice \-ei y an I the i onfirmation cla of Temple Jud .i to meet the problems i a" fronting the 10th gi ade class The problems ol i • rsonal and payI conci ii dealing with fa mil: n religion I justing t" -i tin | cork courtship and marriage will be studied aid discussed b) the c nfirmands The retreal be held this ;cnd at the C r c I e l-' Dude Ram h Camp in i ke u ales I and will be atti i led b) Sandra Vbi I Jeffr) | i >ndi i Bl man, Jasck Cohn, Jud) East i, Michelle Edlow Victor Fox, Riohard Gelertni D< borah Green, reen Han I el, Bai bars Jacobson, Debbie Ja< us n, Peter Jacobson Bonnie Kalish John Kemeny, Carol Levin, Steven Lipson, Hnik Rood. Rcl lit.i s hreiber, June Schwartz, Gar; Sii m and Sherry Wilenikj Rabbi Kipper and Dr Goodn will attend the r< real with the class JV'S is an agency ol the Gre iter Miami .ii %  ish Federation and a member of the Dade County W. 1 t, re Planning Council | To prove PRUN-EVAC cont.omnq | | Prunes. Figs and Senna. i world's | I tmo-o o-thest. most natural lax.i j i tive. write to PHAHMts Holly, j I wood. Florida, for big I FREE SAMPLE | Or it your druggist. *0 taolet? 79c. | iOver a mili>on sola each rj By j I iMk-"s of Dorma-Rett Sleep Caps, i DOMESTIC MAIDS RESTAURANT 4 HOTEL HELP A-l EMPLOYMENT Ph. FR 9-8401 *< --• %  -• Snot •5===+**+^** m+ +***0>*+* \ Photographic Portraits by % AfrktUu trtasuri 1611 Collins Awnua. Mllmltaaoh • W1-1I72 • CS4-49M



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Fage 10-B vJewlsti ncrldrian Friday, May 7. 1965 f* REATER Miami Israel Bond ^"* Organization celebrated the 7th annivernarj oi the SI ite cf Is. ael on Sunday at the Fontaine•lw Hou-I. during uhioh Rabbi ..eon Kroni-h was installed as new hairman. For I he event. Mrs Crcnish wore a white satin formI with a jeweled bodice. Her lack silk jacket was an anniverry sift from the Rabbi, and was r.nd-paintcd and embroidered ith jots and caviar beads A black and white floor-length own was -elected by Mrs Isa or Hecht. Her black fitted bodice ad a scoop neckline, and vivid aid-painted flowers trimmed the kirt. Mrs. Anna Brenner Movers own w a s in Schiaparetli pink a:in. and the neckline on her for lal went In.in a -<>< P front to a ecollete \' back. I'ink satin was Iso the ciiice of Mrs Philip F. hau The beaded torso was in nd featured satin-lined bugle detailing her scooped neck ne and braceiet-lengtfi slee> i \ white sequined gown from long Kong was chosen by Mr-. len Essen for the occasion. Fring s "i seed pearlwent from neck > %  to hemline MrII Franklin Williams was in gold satin with knee ii-n.'th matching jacket ver her gown A foliage pattern as i mbroidered with gold thread alured on both the gown and ihe icket Spotted during cocktails ere Mrs. Joseph Lipton in black ice, Mrs Ben Blum in a whiteeweled sown, and Mrs A. J. Mo iskj in a champagne satin ferial kolRS. A C. Fines white silk !" crepe formal was embroidred with satin-lined bugle beads i a scalloped, scattered fringe. •{hinestones detailed her decollete eckline. A black gown was eho-j en by Mrs Chuck Hall, which •as jet-beaded and worn with a| uby red silk -atin fringed stole Anshe Ernes Plans Anniversary Fete Ongregation Anshe Bmeg will I lebrate Israel's 17th anniversary Ma) 19 at 8 p.m. Highlight of the program will be adress bj Rabbi Morris Skop, of mple Beth Shirah Moving picres taken in Israel will also be • own, and a birthday cake with 17 • ndles will be lit Committee includes Irving Sperg, chairman, Emanuel Kushele1/ pi-, sidenl of Anshe Kmes. Max I ithbeind. Max Sus.-man. J seph cus, Samuel Esterman and Ervmg -• ck1 Mrs Shepard Broad's white French silk ensemble featured a gold jeweled bodice and a longsleeved, waist length j a c k e t. Ca mpagne-colored madeira lace in the classic scoped neck sheath was worn by Mrs. Max Wcitz. Mrs. Sam Blank chose a brocade formal in ombre green and gold. Her niatehing jacket had a modified Oriental neckline. Rose satin brocade with gold lame woven into the floral motif was worn by Mrs Murray Koretzky Her matching stole covered the decollete back. Canary yellow silk crepe was selected by Mrs Morris Rabinowitz. White chalk beads were in a wide band at the neckline, armholeand slashed across the hip. She wore a matching stole, and a matching abort skirt converted the gown to a cocktail ensemble Mrs Meyer Baskin was in an ombre gold and pink gown with a matching jacket, featuring a unique print Also seen during the evening were Miss Lillian Good man in a jeweled turquoise gown and Mi-Esther Goodman in a pink sequined gown. Mrs, Solomon Sehill chose a white brocade and late ensemble, with a gold silk COwl neckline, and Mrs Herbert Baumgard was in a black and white gown, with black and white embroidering on the bodice First meetinq to form a Steerinq Committee of the Women's Division to elect Milton Sirkin is held at the DiLido Hotel. Sirkin. a long-time resident and businessman of Miami Beach, has been drafted by a qroup of Beach residents to run for City Council of Miami Beach. Standinq (left to riqht) are Miss Beatrice Kalstein, Mrs. Leo Rutslein, Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlaa, Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburq. Sirkin, Mis Jack Katzman, Mrs. Flora Sinnick. Seated are i ss He"a Stein. Mrs. Georqe Israel. Mrs George Valentine, Mrs. Nan Cohen and Mrs. Louis Glasser. V |y|RS. Florence Pick's red vel %  vet gown had a matching fingertip-length cape. Beige crepe, with a matching full-length lace coat, was chosen by Mrs. Louis P. Rudnick. Mrs .lameM Albert', off-white French silk gown was topped with a waist length jacket embroidered with crystal and gold caviar and bugle beads at the neckline and on the sleeveWhite chiffon was t.he selection of Mrs. Maxwell Dauer. Iridescent pastel sequins were featured in an overall embroidery pattern. Mrs Rose K Broody's white crepe gown featured indecent sequins in a floral pattern on the fitted bodice On the gown of Mrs. Shirley Levy, sequins in gold and pink covered the bodice. Mrs. Carrie R' sen's silk ensemble featured a floret! garden print on a backed by Mis. William Adelman. presiground of white Her bodice was dent, fitted, the skirt in the controlled fullness of the bell silhouette, and Serving with Mrs Adelman will capelet sleevewere the imporhe Mesdames Pauline Lazarus, tant fashion details on her coat. Bessie (libber, vice presidents: Mrs. Akiva Coffers white alenFrieda Lieberman. F.stelle Greencon lace ensemble featured a field, secretaries; Trudy Marshall. double breasted, hip length jacket, chaplain: Minnie Hopen. patriotic Mrs. Jonas .1 Brotman made the instructress; Dorothy Cohen, conblue and green iridescent brocade ductress; Carolyn Apple, treasurer; gown which she wore. Her matchSarah Ruebel. historian; C.oldio log cape featured a modified porYoroba, guard; Sally Levy, Reba trail neckline. Cantor, flag-bearers. Mrs. William Adelman (left) was installed as president for a second term of Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary 330 on Apr. 1 at the American Leqion Hall. Riqht is Mrs. Louis* Deutsch, Florida State Department Auxiliary president, JWVA. who inducted the new slate of officers. Beach Post JWVA Installs Officers Slate Of officers for Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary 330 installed recently by State Department Pres ident Mrs Rhoda Deutch is headThe Moorings Start Construction Construction has begun on the Shore, -aleare far ahead of BHJ Moorings' first 63-unit apartment thing expected, and our entin building on NE 163rd Ave and Micomrtructton schedule has been ami Gardens Dr.. No, Miami Beach -topped up to meet the demand A second X-shaped building will Architect for the 21 acre apart be started in six to eight week-, men! grouping, which touches on with occupancy scheduled for Do two lakes, iPhilip Peariman Tie cember, according to Ralph Shere. „ in del apartment-, decorated by Beach builder Geraldine Farmer, are completer) The first unit, for which ground lurnished and open for inspection was broken some two weeks ago, ..t 1400 VE Miami Gardens I*will he reach for occupancj in OcShere has been active in construe tober PS in the Yliramar area The fir-t two buildings are part oi which he has sold some 500 :-: million apartment complex \partments at the Moorin in the Sky Lake are., According to il -' 10 CAMP OSCEOLA HORSESHOE, NORTH CAROUNA-ln Beautiful N.C. Mountoin Aroo STARTS JUNE 27 to AUGUST 20 PLAN NOW FOR YOUR CHILD'S SUMMER VACATION AGES 6 thru 15 BOYS & GIRLS WELL-ROUNDED PROGRAM Strict Supervision — Owned I Operated By MR. ERWIN B. MARSHALL Principal For Information now, call HI 5-3585 NOW ACCEPTING ENROLLMENT FOR 1965 SEASON CAMP GAN ISRAEL, Deland Heights, Fla. BlAUTIFUl LAKE REGION Of CENTRAL FLORIDA ONLY KOSHER SUMMER BOYS CAMP IN SOUTHEASTERN U.S.A. AGES from 7 to 17 Individualized Attention by Professional Staff 8 WEEKS -$400 1UNE 21 fo AUGUST T5 4 WEEKS • $225 turn 2i to JUIY 18 sr 701V 19 fo AUGUST IS ON 50 ACRES ALL ACTIVITIES INCLUDING • SWIMMING i • ALL WATER SPORTS i • ARTS & CRAFTS i • BASKETBALL i • SPECIAL TUTORING IN HEBREW AND BAR MJTZVAH • DOCTOR and NURSE UNDER THE EXPERIENCED LEADERSHIP Of RABBI STANLEY B. WEISS IRVIN MONTGOMERY Director Athletic Director FOB FURTHER INFORMATION WRITE OR CALL TENNIS HORSEBACK RIDING BASEBALL, ETC. FIELD TRIPS 4 HIKES M e m oir of International Gait Israel Camps CAMP GAN ISRAEL 4455 N. Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach Ph. JE 1-7919, JE 2-5694 THE HEBREW ACADEMY PROUDLY ANNOUNCES! THE OPENING OF A SUMMER DAY CAMP FOR BOYS AND GIRLS AGES 4 through 13 of Entire Greater Miami Area IN OUR OWN FULLY AIR CONDITIONED SCHOOL BUILDING 8-WEEK SESSION JUNE 14 through AUG. 6 $200.00 for the entire 8-week session FEE INCLUDES: Free Bus Transportation and Hot Lunches in Our Beautifully Equipped Dining Hall Snacks PROGRAM ACTIVITIES: SWIMMING instructions for beginners and intermediates SPORTS and ATHLETICS baseball basketball ARTS and CRAFTS volleyball etc DRAMATICS MUSIC PRIVAIE tUTORING IN HEBREW AND All ACADEMIC SUBJECT' All ACTIVITIES UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF EXPERIENCED, WELL-TRAINED SPECIALISTS We promise eight weeks of fun and pleasure Activities galore for a child to treasure FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL 532-6421 DO,l> WO,,r Sk '"' 9 Gnd "O^ 1 *" 1 idinO. JUNtZB AUC.ZZ Golf. f.nni, Pro phyticol fitn.., program. IdjoimncCampifor cultural o


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Friday, May 7. 1965 • Jen1st) fhiltltr Paqe 11 ; Sinai Auxiliary Installation to Feature Teal Traina Collection by Burdine's \ "Crystal Anniversary" instal.ition luncheon will be held by the |\ %  • Sinai Hbapftal Auxiliary mi I Friday no<>n. Ma) it ;it the Fmi ninebiM Hotel. \u\ih.ir preatdttnl Mrs. Leonard \ Uien. "ill present her annual .•-. after which H.ihhi .Iopi h |\.,rot. spiritual leader of Tempi. rael, ""ill install t'ie following of Buers for the coming >-ai Mrs. [Leonard A Wfeu, honorary presi I Mrs. Yale N Levinson. president; Mrs Raymond Feiner. i i c e president, administration. I. Bernard Sprctnr. vice presi |r.< lit, vrvicrs; MrMurray Kern. iue president, ways and moans. Us Sherman Kaplan, recording arj Mrs F*ai"*ej Salomon. ^.iTe-ixuv'ui^ secretary; Mrs. Sam%  : Seltzer, assistant corrpsrwnilini: and Mrs Samuel Wics. ( Financial secretary; Mrs. Ralph a ssi stant financial secrei -. \irCarl Susskind, treasur \: MrRalph John Owen, pnrli.i i • tarian. v present, Mount Sinai Hospital liruliar) h .i L'.HHI members, at %  i some ISO are active vohini. cot i ibt'Ung man) thous%  •' ii o ii r of I the %  %  ion, narrated b> .-r.. %  ..HI dared r line Dep rttni ill stun'. and accompanied by the music of Alan Role and his orchestra The program u a s planned by Mrs. Michael Gilbert it n d Mrs Lawrence Porter, co-chairmen, and luncheon arrangements were made by Mrs. Leo Chaiken and Mrs Arnold Seeder, co-chairmen. Lunch -„ ).%  !,...,.. „,i| )„. provided by Mrs. Stanley Arkin and Mrs. Carl u.inii, co-chairmen, Origins table dec-.r.rums will be created bj •he Mount Sinai Hospital Garden Club, under the supervision of Mi\lex Gordon president. tccordtng to Mrs Carl SUMkind, hmrheon chairman, tickets are still available, and can he on tabled by contacting the ticket chairman, Mrs June Briskin. or 'iv calling .he Auxiliary office al Mount Sinai Hospital MARSHALL flUIR ; euer to Head Reform Appeal as, presi brew Congregations and the He i. mm meed %  L'nion CoU< -> Ji ish Insti herka 1 %  Beta \;n. .. i the a pi ointment oi Marshall tute "f Religion ne> and member of Appointment of F r is the fore '' v nmn< r ol plans for a breakl >' rm .'•• ,„, s.m lav I nioii il n He ., 0 m [lein Cited As [Elk of Year" ... %  Kit Yeai recc %  :!!> it lc I M I i II and iic has fied •'. th p li iol ii the past at time Klein was iident "f the Washii Merchants lsso< iation, %  mander <>f the Vmci ii an • .\ ice commander of the -h War Veterans and state %  ol Ihe JWV as also 26-year chairman Disaster and Rcliel Coin r the / in Ri d l ross, chairman ot the Amenn Committee of the Elks M. YAlt IfVMSON Robert H. Newman, president of the Southeast Region of UAHC here, will be honored at the breakfast for his devoted service to Reform Judaism." The presentation of a plaque to Newman will be made by Circuit Court Judge Harold B. Spaet. %  ; %  Sell dirt ctor ol the L'nion ol Vnu i ican itions, will bring _r. •iin. Rabbi Herix • I M l'. %  Itual leader ol Temple I'. Hi Am. \--:-iri_ Feuer are II rman l n in. chairman of arrangements, Joseph Mtsehuller Dr Joseph Bet Leonard Caplan, Byron Cherk; s, Ben Clein, Dr Max Dauer, -• u ley Gilbert Mi E> elyn < I Carl Harold, Mrs Ellen Hey .in. lr\ ing l ax George Malin, josi | h Reisman, Mar-hall Sun mons. I'llis Tarshes, Bart l dell and Henry Peine, director. CPA's Elect Hurwitz President Eli Hurwitz has been elected president of the Dadc County Chapter oi ihe Florida Institute "t Certified Public Accountants \cii\e 111 community affairs. Hur v it/ iimmediate past president <>f M e B'nai B'rith Council of South Florida Lodges, past president of em l.ni' .• B'nai B'rith, past idem of thi '{card oi Direct the Ireater Miami B'nai B'rith Youth >rg nn ition He is pasl pn si lent I l ; .. • presi lent n| Ihe Pace Mumni A retary, ; Duki Hatl ield; trc usurer. Bernard Sw ichkov. due: • rs, : 'ii l> i R son, M tirraj. Mi ; Ira Hertzoff and Milton Rabbi Alstet Will Be Honored For Rabbinic Service Rabbi Murraj Alstet will be honored for hi:>n rears in the rabbinate during services Friday, May ii. al Meih David Congregation. Rabbi Alstet was Beth David's first spiritual leader He held the pulpit in ii25 when the congregation was "ii \\\ 3rd Ave Semi-retired, Rabbi Alstel lives with his wife and physician son. Dr Maynard Alstet, in Coral Gables His brother, Rabbi Philip Alstet, of New York, a columnist in the English-Jewish press, will be guest speaker at the event. Max R Silver, president of Beth David, said that Judge Milton Friedman will be speaker for the alumni of Beth David, many of whom were Rabbi Ablet's students. Greetings will be read from Rabbi Herbert Baumgard, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Am. on behalf of the (Ireater Miami Rabbinical Association, of which Rabbi BaumiN.rd is president. The Rabbinical Association has passed a resolutii n which congratu. hues Rabbi Alstet "on 50 years of distinguished service to Jewry and Judaism, and prays that God vvill HAli!IM!li.VI.]<:r CAMP HIGHLANDER "R BOYS AND GIRLS -7 !" 14 HIGHLANDS, NORTH CAROLINA "HIGHEST CAMP EASTERN AMERICA" English & Western riding, sailing, canoeing featured. Call: Ft. lauderdale, 524-3653, Mr. Larry J. Pedicord. Camp Administrator, collect, or write for our 25 page camp catalogue. Owned and operated by Pine Crest School of P9 Ft lauderdale RABBI MURRAY AISTIT continue to grant him strength a ksdom Gruening Urges Pact WASHINGTON tJTA) Si Ernest Gruening, Al; ka Democn in ..el the United States this we. to move the Wheelus Air Baft om Libya to Isr.'el and conclu a mutual defense pact with |sra< Swerdlin Will Speak Monday La si regular meeting of the spring season "i N'ortA Sh ire Lod i. B'nai B'rith, will be held Mnn '• >.m., at \\ ashington Fedi al Building, 1133 .Normandy Dr iiuest speaker i ll be s infi rd M. Swerdlin, Miami attornej Swei llm is perm Hunt chairman ni Ihe D ile Count) < tnni.tinn League Committee, and a lieutenant colonel in the Air Fen. 1 Reserve A Uniqze Camp in Florida... at the beautif il 10-acrc ice in onl h Hotel. Here I i l .-.-i idei '. %  op their natural IA Natioi r 18-hole cours< I S Kquatic -. Baseball, I ootb Di phy, A rt s & Ci ft s, H > V t Ad nt, < S for Girls with > iN ulture, Social Graces, etc. Mi ess Scl .'I for B 'v i. Special tutoring vv ih acctt rxlude v i b with ; i i th thermal c lc I Director. ( '' leer.-Agers. P Morida or I ~ HENDERSONVIltE N.C. AM ADVWTUtl IN H1AL D HAPPINESS Full Athletic and Cultural program for boys and girls, ages 517. Special Pre-Camp World's Fair Trip The Directors Dr. and Mrs. Donald D. M.chaelson MO 7-1808 MO 7 9784 Mr. and Mrs. Eli Meltzer JE 8 8696 — JE I 6776 UPASAU TUN Oi fhone or %  *!'* tocto* f O' ,tlol ited • • .,„„ TfnlS 1 Elc-nlh o-jdo Inaiuie #bout CAMP PINEWOOD o ci i. .. D 53J west 30"*'StBEEl v f %  ..<: • %  RiDA Wilfr Pioquir, HIGH IN THE BLUE RID6E MOUNTAINS LaKe 1501 N.I. 62nd St., Ft. Lauderdale, Florida camps FOR BOYS and GIRLS 6-17 A small select camp to better serve your child's •vary need • 1,000 acres of beautiful scenery • Two large sheltered lakes • Ideal summer climate, cool nights • Professionally directed FOR FURTHER INFORMATION WRIlt SKY LAKE CAMPS P O BO* '3f VIAWI ri ORITA TEL DAOE SM 06SV • BROWARD 9S9 213>



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Page 12-B -Jmlstnrrldtotr Fridav. May 7, 1965 Rabbi Jonah Caplan Elected President Of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn. Raymond Bellin Jeffrey tevine Alan Rosenthal J$ar ^Mitzvalt Raymond Bellin Temple Adath Yeshurun will be ... tting for the Bar Mitzvah of I a] mond Keith, son oi Mr. and Mrs • Bellin. 1230 NE 202nd St.. Saturday, M. In the seventh grade at Norland junior High, the celebrant plays i ,.:HI and trumpet in the school band and i> also active m sports. Fhe Bar Mil irents will l mor him at thi Kiddush following i % %  ceren onj nd at %  recei dinner on Sundaj evening at the i Ion Hotel Jeffre' Levine M in< h a si \ ces at Temple E nanu-EI on Saturday, May 8. "ill ii elude the Bar Mitzvah of Jeffrey, sen of Mr. and Mrs Abraham A. Lei inc. Jeffrej is in the seventh grade a Ida M Fisher Junior High and I ays drains in the band Mis interests include music, art and coincollecting. Thicelebrant will be honored at a reception Saturday evening at the Famous Restaurant. Alan Rosenthal During services Saturday morn ic g. May 8. at Beth David Syna gogue. Alan. SOt of Mr. and Mrs. tierschel Rosenthal, .">i"0 SW 23rd Ave., M ,11 be Bar Mitzi ah \ an is an eighth grade student trus (' i oi e Junior High, u here I: vice president He has ,.t tended Bi h David Hebrew School f en years and is no in HeI %  High Scho I an ia member <>i the Sa t ma] science Foundation and is ii. the advanced science summer I ogram He participates in bowlii and baseball for recreation. Grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Ed I isenthal, of Boynton Beach, and • and Mrs Ben Miller, of Miami. \. U be present lor the occasion. Mark Barnett On Saturday, Maj B, Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Barnett. 721 NE iK-th St., will he Bar Mitzvah at Young Israel ol Greater Miami. Mar-, is II enth gi a le student i I John F Kenned) Junior High, d his hobbies are sports and wimi ii He will be honored al %  • partj the < vening oi his Bi r Mitzvah %  Mark Oberferst On Saturday. May 8. Mark, son of and Mrs. Nathan Oberferst, will b< Bar Mitzvah at the Israelite < enter lie will be honored at the Kiddush following services and .,t a reception to be held al Michele's that •• %  ening Mai k ia student al the Isi aelitCenter Religious School and also a Shenandoah Junior High, where h< plays in the school band uests at the reception w ii be the Bar Mi n ah's grand%  • r Mrs Bertha I tberfi rsl tnends will be held in the banquet i "i el Park Lane. Susan Feinstein Susan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Milton Feinstein. 17515 NE 8th PI will be Bas Mitzvah on Friday eve ning, Ma) 7, at Beth Toruh Congre. • 'ii Susan attends 5th grade graduating class ol Beth rorah Religious School, and is in the seventh grade al .ii hn F. Kennedy Junior High. Attending her Bas Mitzvah will be grandparents. Mr and Mrs Jerome Rich and Mrs. Dora Feinstein. Nancy Abrams ing late I %  % %  Ii • • Ma) 7 al Boh l>a\ id S) na Nai I i. daughter o| /. • and Mrs. Myi fill be i Mitzvah • S lenandoah Junior, i ;:. %  h re le in the se\ %  ntl nd !ni • student at i David for the past severfj years Gr ts Oscar IbVi ms, oil Mai. Mrv 11 attend i onj an i ShabI sponsored by the parent\ reception and dinner for Nancy's Joel Meyer Saturday morning May 8, at Temple Or Olom, Joel, son of Mr and Mrv Alan Meyer, will be Bar Mitzvah. Joel is a seventh grade student at Rockway Junior High School. He is interested in piano and guitar, and all sports. Attending his Bar Mitzvah irom New York will be his grandparents. Mr and Mrs. Joseph Meyer. Marshall Pepper Early morning services at Temple Zion on Saturday. May 8. will include the Bar Mitzvah ol Marshall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Manfred Pepper, 530 SW <>"th Ct Marshal ia seventh grade student at Kimberly Park Junior High, and his he hoy is com collecting Jeffrey Olsberg Jeffrey, son of Mr. and Mrs Ralph Olsberg, 815 NE 172nd St. will observe his Bar Mitzvah at Beth Torah Congregation on Satur d. y, May 8. Jeffre) has attended Beth Torah Religious School lor the past i ur years, and is in the eighth grade at John F Kenned) Junior High S hool. Among guests attending will le .i< ffrey's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, Hairy I lldsberg. Bert Gordon Be •'. son ol Mi and Mrs Ralph Gord MI. 2100 NE 197th Ter will observe his Bar Mitzvah at Beth Torah Congregation on Saturday, May 8th. Bert has attended Beth Torah Religious School for three years and is in the seventh grad cl John F Kennedy Junior High School Among guests will be B t's grandparents, Mr and Mrs. Herman Gordon and Mrs. Belle Miller Richard Spiegel Bar Mitzvah ol Richard Allan, son oi Dr. and Mrs Bernhard Spiegel, 5940 SW inot.h Ter., will be oh served Saturday. May 8. at Temple Beth Am Richard, a seventh grade student .' Palmetto J u n i o r High Si hool, u ill be honored at a luncheon at home following the service, Marc Levy M'i C, son of Mr and MrMill >n Levy, 1165 NE 176th St., will be aar Mitzvah at the Saturday afiternoon service i i Beth Tori h Coni on Maj 8th Marc has ..Mended B th Torah Religious School for three years, nd is c sei i nth grader in John I Kenned) Junior Huh School. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. spiritual leader ol Temple Adath Yeshurun • North Miami Beach, was elected presidenl of the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami at its regu. lar meeting Wednesday. Other officers elected include Rabbis Max A. Lipschitz. of Beth Torah Congregation, North Miami Beach, vice president: Allen Rutchile, director. Southeast Region of l mted Synagogue of America, secretary; Samuel /.. .laffe. Temple Be h El of Hollywood, treasurer. Executive vice president of the Association is Rabbi Solomon Schiff, of Congregation Beth Bi Miami. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard, of Temple Beth Am, South Miami, who is outgoing president, was commended "for the outstanding leadership and direction which he exhibited during his term in office." Other outgoing officers include Rabbis Jonah Caplan, vice president: Harold Richter, Congregation B'nai Raphael, North Miami secretary; and Samuel Jalte Ireasur el'. Rabbi Caplan is a graduate oi Yeshiva University oi New York City For 16 years, he served as spiritual leader of Temple Beth El ol Astoria, L.I where he was president of the Rabbinical Council of Long Island, chairman of the Zionist Youth Commission of Long island, and vice president of New York Board of Rabbis. Rahbi Caplan later moved to San Antonio. Tev. where he helped establish a new traditional congregation. He came to Miami Beach to I ecome spiritual leader of Congregation Kneaseth Israel, Alter two years, Dr. Samuel Belkin. pres. idenl of Yeshiva University, called upon Rabbi Caplan to become Yeshiva's regional dn-ce'or in South Florida He served In thai capacitj tor live years In 1959, Temple Adath Yeshurun, in its early development, invited Rabbi Caplan to become its part-time spiritual leader. He served in that capacity for two years, and in 1962 took on full time duties at the Congregation. Rabbi Caplan is .i member oi the Board of thiBureau of Jewish Education oi Greater Miami and in the Board Ol the VM and YWIIA ol i reater Miami He is i ice president ,.t the SffllffiHlmtda' CotStofl df American Jewish Congress He is a member of the Social Action Com mittee Of the Rabbinical Council ol America Rabbi and Mrs Caplan live Dade Chamber Moves Quarters A move (o larger, more attractive and functional quarters in the new 330 Building on Biscayne Boulevard will be made in mid-summer liv the Miami Hade Counly Chamber of Commerce The Allen Morris Company, man aging agent for the new facility al Biscayne B o u I e v a r d, has agreed to purchase the present chamber building at 345 NE 2nd Ave Perei Bellelis son ol Mr and Mrs Leon Bellelis, 2382 SW 15th St will be Eti r Mitzvah oi Sal irdaj May 8. lion Hi th i-:i I is a -tudent at till El Hebrew School and ., --.enth le si idenl i i Shi nandoah Junior HIL.II School. LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66731 A IN I:I: l -mo ,.i III-: II.VI AN I" VIIKI.Sll.N .1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS I | lUlli K I', iiI I %  ini ,n,i a, .ii, ni II Kit ii.\.\ I\r.i:i.Mi\ %  %  I'uunt.v J %  '• • I • %  ( %  I'niini j. .in,i • %  i'. iiui %  ml ilc-il ridi llielr i I he I'nun i> • % % % % %  %  ,l '.,,|. .I.II-I I-I %  I IKUllll nf I 11. ll-KI nil ll. IV• %  <. ••I'll.... I I %  %  .1 Mi |||s '.Hi i r My. A.H IIKSKIK Ii M-l.l.-, %  N V K\. 11 i v I' mill i %  ;ti. nil %  a.i SMITH ,v vi i M ,'.I:I: ; i. %  • i: ,.,.. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1ITH JL'DIC.AL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No 6f-C 4818 BN i llS WAI.I..I IV \\ I.It VS.MI v. NOTICE BY PUBLICAT.ON .; II %  ill-fa i| UK K I l.i \| \\ • 7-H-21-2H VS.BBI JONAH CiPLAN I Mi Rabbis Planning Annual Meeting inical 1120 Miami Gardi is Dr No ami Beach They have two married i, ughters, Faith Celnik, ol the Bronx, and Sandra Reichman ol Thi Forest Hills. \ Y : and a son, %  rfi.imi Sltlomo, a gradui le I '-he Hi n Academy of Greater Miami and \,.,\ -ii %  nple 1 Mesivta High School ol Miami s |, 0 | Beach who is now a studenl al the \er Israel Rabbinate College ol Newl %  n i i i Baltimore. LEGAL NOTICE IN THE C RCLUT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDlC-l CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No SSC : • i i, v \ l.l • %  ; < vi iVI.N i< 111: \, • 11 i, •.. ,SMITH AMi Ki Hi Vi "H l>artiH*r*ti |, I'lalntlffs. \ B vi \KVI.N Kl.llN. I vi:\ orTHARTZ. • i il. I i.-i. n. .,) NOTICE OF SUIT !• i MARVIN K i_ i ".inn :.. I"I : I..,-' %  \ V HAKXKT1 il'TIIXI _'., i .:: I %  -,.,.ti i;|. n ti.ik-. i.i %  > I'nl' ARI I ~ ii Ii.. i.. I.) |H,NAI.|I U SMI H i111! 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kick".-. May 7. 1965 +Je*lsii fh,Hl tr Page 13-B losepti Mechlow lead at Age 74 Veteran Greater Miami Zionist Leader. .1 o s e p h Mechlow. of 191! SW 2nd St.. died here 00 May 3 at the age of %  A native of Rumania. Mr. Meeli low settled in Now York hut came to this area MtcMow 40 years ago. ,1 t %  i hu.-ine>at the ,ideath Mr MevaJow had re.i estate investor and %  i food markets, daticatantaurants and a drag store • ran in candidate for Mich GMJ Council. nber Of Miami Beach Dis%  II ~t Organisation ol AmerMechtou also belonged to National Fund. United Jew• :i. H ttadrut, Etonds of Is in Societ) for Tech I American friends of He 1\ iT-'' ) .. • %  held Maj .'> in Home i P lebrew Univ. Ircnches Switch SALE' UTA The : i ors 11 the Hebrew l) ipor ed this week a bj %  iii\ ersit) 's s %  Tel \vi\ branches niversit> to the I • % %  % %  •• -it> 'I Se de a vol 13 to 14, i th five I., th presl 'en' "i niver ij bead* t h i) tivoi ed the transfer i \ Racah rector ol the ipposition Coastal %  APARTMENTS Tl*h ST & COLLINS A\. F 945-6326 BEST RENTAL VALUE N MIAMI BEACH IU W-iKHJIT W< '"It %  i 5115'.DEIS NOW OPtN KM • • .< % i • APPOINTMENT '1' b'8l*f Podcrn electric appliances by SfNERAl^fLECTRIC Hausner Writes on War Crimes in Current 'Esquire' By Special Report NEW YORK In the current issue of Esquire. Gideon Hausner. former Attorney General of Israel and Adolf Eichmann's prosecutor. argues there are no ex-N'azis. just a lot ol tree ones who must be apprehended, tried and punished. Writing about the legal deaUne for the prosecution of Nazi war climes. Mr. Ilau.-ner notes that: "Limitations of actions is a concept based on the Biblical idea of the Jubilee year, when wrongs are forgotten, debts annulled and a new spring commences. It would be a real tragedy if. as a result of this lofty idea, the greatest evil on earth remains unpunished and the most dangerous war criminals who ever trod the sod are able to revert to normal life "Thii it not the problem of Germany alone. It concerns all nations. Whatever threat to our future peace may loom from other quarters, the fact remains that in our immediate past it was Germany which made us go to war twice and which has inflicted on the world untold suffering. We owe it to the memory of the dead and to the security of the living to ensure that the evil be rooted out from that country. The peace of the world may well depend on it." In his Fsquire article. Hausner enumerates the crimes of some of 'the major Nazi criminals who aro 'still at large. Also, he reviews tiv history of anti-Semitism in Germany that predated Hitler. tins present attitude toward the prosecution of Nazis, and the political implications of the cutoff dati for new prosecutions. MICHAll MISHUOfff Mishelof f Wins Physics Grant Michael Norman Misheloff, 21, phy r s tin* June 1 lor Mom. Dad Bride or Grad... i %  e ecti es POPULAR PRACTICAL PREFERRED APPRECIA1E3 %  %  • FLORIDA POWII t LIGHT COMFANY *•.. AT MIAMI BEACH'S FINEST WATERFRONT ADDRESS! tt L*n [S'ljfJJLj ;n& w L PL7 8474 • island cf cf 8i;j/ne Bay on Itad bet SPEC. U WEEKLY & MONTHLY RATES e*, choice ef anciettona a-ia two bedroom • available. '" private aircondiI jmenade. ELI ANORON 1 .ixury with the beautiful 0'ue Iters 3 sides of a 5-acre Parad se t,een Miami Beach and Miam Full Hotel Service. Ample free Parking Fiee Chaise LtssgM LUXURY LIVING! YEARLY RENTALS Unfurnished 1 Sidroom Apts. $150 ua H Before You Rent Compare When they tell you the apartments are luxurious COMPARE! Kiog-s ; ze apartmen's free centra! air conditioning and heating large priva'e 'erraces ... all .• i k-in closets ultra-modern kitchens and bathrooms. When they tell you the location is wonderful COMPARE! •f Biscavne Bou'evard ng'v on Biscayne Bay only 3 mmutes from Mian '-• Ten minutes 'akes you west to the Airport, south to downtown A.' jmi or Key Biscayne and north to 79th Street. vVe re right below the 36th St etoressway which connects with all other express., a. s and the Suns'ite Park.-.ay When they tell you the features are the finest COMPARE! 24-hour doorman service — assigned private park%  g at no charge — security guard day and nightres dence management — valet shop — laundry each floor When they tell you the pleasure facilities are the best COMPARE! Olympic-size s.ig pool — tennis courts — %  ffleboard courts — 18-hole putti.ig green — at dock and fishing p,er — 5 beautiful, landi acres of gardens. When they tell you, dollar for dollar, you get the most COMPARE! only | A* a#T monthly for BIG BEDROOM APARTMENT Deiuxe Studio Apartments from $13 PLEASE CHECK THE FACTS When you move to Bay Park Towers we prefer you be positive that YOU COULDN'T DO BETTER! TOWERS Rental Apartments OOVIX •000 Will JMWI MRS UM W MSCAYME IAT AT N. E 33rd ST. MIAMI. FlMtBA • PM. ft 3 3103



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I ge 14-B +Jeni$t> ftcrlcJiain Friday. May 7. 1965 LEGAL NOTICE N T>-.E. CIRCUIT COURT OP THE I _EVE\TH JUDICIAL CIRCU T OF FLORIDA L\ AND FOR DADL COUNTY .N CHANCERY No. 66C 4033 IA MSI.I Rlill \ i \ :XXK ii it i I •. mlii %  NOTICE OF SUIT H \ I I l.l. %  I Ihi i • %  ... ih. %  UI--1I III. .-i 'i iT i l.\.\'< l|i SECTION I • • I K 1 I liH V V %  %  %  i I • HKKM \X i I LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COLNTY. FLOR DA IN PROBATE No 66876-C KIT I--.,',l VI K lio'l TLII'R i NOTICE TO CREDITORS \ mill VII IV i %  -. %  !.Hu> %  i i ..i I '. II V I Ilelell notified lahus .mil .I. %  mil) haii against %  • Kill • • I Jill '. Until ll %  %  as. 'i .1 t. Count; I* lll Ida. Ill I If 111 I > ,1 .•._• K III I ':.•!. I '.• IIHJ Illlll I III' I %  |'I > %  i. %  .-• %  %  l-'loi Hi.i .-;.ii II •' %  • in 11" I' ity I .ill. i '..IIIII> I|..i Ida, thill six calendar montrs (rum Ih. lull In i .ii Mi..in., t-lorlilu -hillli V.lJ STANl.l-.Y IIKXR) > I' iTTI.I Kll \ i:\. i .,. ,..i, I>I ; hi* mil %  • mi %  .. -ui J HAND i. ri %  estate Si • N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. Fi.OR.DA IN PROBATE No 66o47b B NOTICE TO CREDITORS I • I I %  \ ,, HINDI Si : %  -. Hi thi-ll • 111. -I |'ll:..i iltlllll llf I'eol : .1 Mian Kli lilu, i in'.i n il .\'.i A MIN I. C;INII Ailn i.i-1-at..iStJK.N ,s I.-.-I.N iOI lie) I"! I'll' .1-11.il"l | IIIe) III mil Fl .". 7-14-21 -2M TIRCU.T COURT. IITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLA. No OiC 4638 T' 'I.A I ld.V l.K' >\\ N rial i \ .-. AMI > Bill ill N I HI. M.I.m: NOllCt BY PUBLICATION Vi %  ll'A.MTA Bill >vx N, I;.-i.l. nee to • • • .II U|IJ lull i II... %  I %  : \ -i i ..II | .... 11. 'I i I .i I %  N Ii' 11111. A .-. i M ..'Hi A\ Mlani Il.i ami ... %  %  hclw .—• Ulfl II .i l.i uu. I'AT..I' V| I. i l.i. ; in. I:.MAN i %  Coin .....: |.'i,,i i.l., li> r i i i %  I. i. \.\| i i II l.i k I N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT iN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 03 C 4104 VROI.il M i AI LK • mlii i v l.K.N i AI'I.K 1 ..-Icmlalil NOTICE TO DEFEND ror, I'll i • I.K i I lK HERBir N' n iI'n.11 %  doii ntiiiiis to til ii I. h i. Court s Clerk, ai.ii servi .1 ,.;.i Plaintiffs .1% %  I I.-'. KICHAKU I.TSMi 1.1:1:. %  Si > r ..... t lllda Mini, l-'li'i ui. 1. ul >l In i"! • M.11 80, the 1 ... .1 M ni IN tafcaa 1 nlil. SMI I |. Deled April > i: I: I.l. A 1 HKKM VN Clerk ol ti Circuit < 'ouri ,1, B) K .11 I.Y.M.V.N Kepi.'1 Clerk i/lt-t I", i : IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR DA. IN AND FOR DADE COuNTY IN CHANCERY No. 65C 4695 IIAKI. .1 FRAXi I, N All I \N ill' 11A It 1 %  I. i: N1 :,'I I I S III > I I I:I;I 1..-. i.V III >u ..KM IHI M:i rj B. lirow 1 % %  %  %  M:\VKXKAMI 1 n in.1 if ni.ii H 1' r .vi .1 %  uu ink nvvn .< ml 1 : 11., it .1! IHII ll iink'i' .*\ the) III Hi in;;, ami ii 1 Ithel I.di ml. all ..1 their llllkniiH n %  %  %  urn, r.se. ai'ii -. admin %  %  nun-: 1 KI ;.i%  i •11.. I. KI.I.IH Mil I %  I |' till I 1 I %  • %  %  11 ami I...1I In I, ii I" 1 II .Hut AVXI-: KIKST Al 'I 1ITI1 ..N. ui ..... %  %  1' I %  %  %  own 1:. uu, al 1 In Nort li-.. 1 .. 1 %  v\ • • I, I II l.il IS 111. Kll HI I.", 111.1.11 "1 -a I.l 1 ."I IT I" till I'll. • >..'.•-.,. 1 i" -alii l.ol N"l Hi iiI %  \. %  -I I. I a.' 11.1 lllll 1 ll 11 N p.. %  all. I In tin >'.iu hu i-.-it-rli Inmill. 11 > .-I -a i.l Lot I; tl.. ii. • run S..111 ti %  :.. 11 :.,.t i" 1 feel along 1 he 1 Ildal) .a said l.i.l IT 10 tin point ol I-. mm, ng, being all --i i-.ii'l !.-•: :T i\. i-|.i nit: tlial portion i l.,-i 1 ..i In relofoi :i.. .. IHI to NOT'CI L'.DER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \.. -. 11 KII : 1 1; 1 \ .N that til %  .-. .1 rii IAI nT ii' vsixii \ r i;n > M .ui K KSSLI 1: .1 M ISKKl 1 Ri I I %  ll an. in ii deed recorded under ill, No •' % % %  1 Hi* ii,-. .1,1ol 1 ....I. I'miiiii -:!....-. Il.ll.il.-. .Ii.lll..l>. trUB1. -. "1 %  .. II >. l.i I I" ".lUli. i.l !.,:.! a. ll i.l 1 Inll. 1 • 11.1 I" .. %  lit*.. In anil to ihi In 1 llied laii.l. %  NOTICE OF SUIT OR ORDER OF PUBLICATION I'll ISIilllSuN lilti'M .11.1. Hoi ..nil Ti null %  under 1 h l-i-i Will .1.. II l.ll'U. I 'I'. a.-. -I. I 1 .N. 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Mlii.in. ami ANTON M IH U.Ml.1:1:1 I. 1 hand, 11 the} lie IIVIIIK, mid II Hi,. 1 .II'.'Ui ni 1I1, i n I.. ,1. ail, nil 1 ..f liivii iiukifiiii ln.11-. di 11... %  %  1, ; %  % %  i'redlloi'h, %  \,-.-ii i.liinr -ir al.a .-. njld all pill Ul claiming or having auj Interest undei Hi. 11.. deceased or .-ilu-ini.-i-. aas Mr.ii.i->. in in,i>. creditor*, IIII>I...>. or other ulatmantu, by, throuKh, or un• ••I .II it ..I the In 1 • iii.tl'i'i v nanitil elei in and to thv herelnuhove ll -' I ll" ll I I Vim and HI li ol i"ii an hereb) notified that .. bill ol 1 "iiiplaini habeen broughl UKalllHl ii-ii l.i -\IH HA 1:1. .1 N VTHAN SIKKN .,11.1 RICHARD 1: l.K.N.'Kl:. aa Trustee* under Trust Agreement dated April ••". i.. qulal tills ..i ih.Plaintiff .,11 .1 i.. remove cert tin clouds from tin 1111. 1.. Hi. propert) lierelnabove 11 ., required to -ii.a ,.|.i ,,1 l, III am-H.l ..I |,na.ling to the L-oinplalni on ihi I'lalniiffs all.nil. %  ),, MYKItS, IM.I.MA.N .v KAI .IV l.'.ll .W I'l-I Areet, .Miami. ami I.file Unoriginal ,m-11 -i "i i'l. adlug in 1 In 1.1 flee the %  %  1. ih. 'In un <'inn i "I 1 -.ni..11 .a before the Mti .inn. ii.... 11 i ."I fall I-.1.. allegations of the complaint a ill I" '.iki 1. a. ail. .... .1 l.i 1 %  I 'A 11:11. this i"Ui "%  "1 Al" il. 1963 i: II l.i: A IIIKIi.MA.N I I.l I, .'I tlu .1 1 ...1 .'HI 1 Ll I'a.i. Count) Florida .-.all 1 .' I1'I >l'i:i.ANI I 1. put 1 1 'III 1. i:s iiciMA.N ,\ KAPLAN %  • %  %  P 1 i 11 :• T-U-21-J1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HBRKBY UIVEN that 1)1. •. 11,11,11. UelMrillS In .inc. it:.in buslneaa unrtsi the fictitious muni ol I'NITKp SI'NORY I'lsi'm NT M1V.Vll AM' IVKHTn RJOO IA I'la Co.) .11 In Box Hi, Miami. Plsrldu. %  HI Intend to r<-Kilw said nuns uiiii ih, Clark of the Circuit Ceurt %  •f I *ade I'.amtt' Morida. AU.KN ilAUnl. l're*. ROCKK I'ASTBO i'i:t.ii-i.... CAUAI 11.1. A '. ;. l-li-ti NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N" .. : is IIERKISV nix :: %  1 S SKIIVH ; > w I '.-I..I Street. Mini I 11.Ml-'A ill h'l.i'lill'A IN'. V l-'ia SI l-.-i I I' %  NOT.CL BY PLBLICATION INTHEC 0 U R T OF 1 ELEVENTH .U DICIAL ClRCLIT OF FLOR NO FOR DADE COL NT\ N CMANCERV No • l-'l I SUIT FOR D VORCE Ii ImlilS • 1 MALA II ll\ N. ... \ %  Vi IMHUS 11 KIAI.A. • 'ii I %  %  %  .|'i 1. .1 I.. — r\. ihi 11 iilni on el a..1. HI:N LAWSON, %  i'. -• Ilagli 1 Street, Miami, Klorl ..:''. in.il An 1 "... 1 %  • In ihi %  I" ih.. !• 11, ..i' ih.circuit I' %  I" :•". tin -'HI. .i : Mil If you !' il I" .In ..... .IM'IL-III. ir In default niii Itaken against you for Uureliel .I. ".ami, .1 in the nil "i • %  -M 1! ...un 1 TinnotU-. -hall be p ihllshed onci each neek for fou 1 1 nsccutlve weeks in THK .1 1 :\\ ISII ii.ni:ii.i VN HUM: A.M. i.i:i.i:i:rn : ,, \i ... 1 I'l-ii.!... Hi,. Ii'lh 1l.1i of Apt il A I • : 1: 1: 11: xill 1:1 : xi VN, ii' It CourI 1 >ade '..nun I'l.. Ida (SI all Hi K M I.YM IN 1 %  |iii|i i 'I. ik REN I i WSi i.N M i> in nulUling I'M,-liii'l Miami. I'l..1 Ida Ali'.in.i in I'lamllfl I 1M-II". : %  T-!4 IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE I'TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 65C 4790 MAM 'II 1: V \|. i\ i'l ..."l'i:i.\ \ Mill. V \ I' 'III \ I.l ISA lli:i:i:i:i: \ I -I I.': 11 '• • .1. .'. ISTEI.A NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Ti • VII'Ti IRIA I I'ISA Hi:i:i:i:i: \ 11CI.1 I VI H1 '1. I'liS'l ..I \ %  tVn S l N I I -i • H IRK IIKItlTIIY nolil ..I iln: I 'in.1. has i" %  Igllillsl i"'. .ilnl LI: ropy ul ih. Complaint nil Ihi I Iffs ..'.;..11,..1. I.KSTKR ItlNiERS n %  N \\ 14th Streel Ii"i nl.1. .ml • thi %  iginal \ ... i a, 11,. office ••: 11.. 1 Hi. KI. 1. mil .1.1.1 clal I'ln ill III and -.-i hade County, l-'l..ml.. ..i, Ol I..-I..'. ill. IMli llaj .'I' Jill.. Iii di fault ..( irnlch Ihi Cnmplaint mil ..I. .1 .,!.:. .-.I \,\ \ nu I >ATi:l I iliiSril da> ..1 Mai. ISI6.T I'. 1: I.I:ATMI:I:M AN Clark "i th. .'in an 1 %  ,aii'i (.-all K M I.VM \N' 1 leputy Clerk -. 7-1 -•_•! c -* NOTICE B\ PUBL CATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. ,N CHANCER1. No. 6DC I II.MIXI SiliKKT 1 Itll'HAItli SIIIKRT SUIT FOR DIVORCE l'i ItlCll.vRH SIIIKII A 1. 1 Itll'IIAICP SlIIKIt'l %  %  a : ll 1 I: |. I..-. I! ....111.I .1 •" — %  iI'l Si \ N I-• l|(| • II KKA lILII I I. I I %  1 11. "IN* I %  NOTICE I NDI R FICTITIOUS N.'Vi I A '• N. 11. 1: is IIKItlTIIY IIIVKN that • 1 %  .. in 1 \h. S.MnKINii I'lli 1 %  • 1 \M N M Tli l • M ,.'.', ll. I, Ill I I : I %  1 i.l a l-.IT.N.IA.MI.N Al: Till Ii I INKKI.S I KIN 1 l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N. ri.'i: is HKREin I1IVKN ll iiili 1 signed, 1. 1. -1111 nidi the I • mum XKiJRii IIKRlTAtiK SIK'IKTV al I' Hi ; 1" Miami iiiiiin iiii.'ii.l1.. 1. 1• -..i'l name v. >h th ( 1 "lei k .a the 1 M.I. 1 'mini 1 li"i iii.i I Y pi l-v 1 I-I, ,v \i 1 k DISTRIRl'TORS, INC a Pia Corp 5 M4-I1-M IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COLNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66428B ,N KI 1 %  ill r T IKH NOTICE TO CREDITORS I'o AI 1 I 1 nntlfii %  lull. .1 i" %  '"•' "• .. .1 via Hi iT M;I: • ii i'l 11. ami file Ihi • I lt flees In the I ,1 Ihollh. 111 I ,. within six ,..i,i in,,i" 1 ..I 1 ii. 1 1 ..,•. il tins 1st d 1 -i il 1 -. MORRIS I VKII Vd \' .1 DAVID l.li'.n IN THt COI RT IN AND FOR DA-'' '>. FLOR DA IN PROL • No %  1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS : • 1 1 %  I ..it,,I at M %  dai if Api I • : ••1.1 :i:.-i loX S kill .1.1:1; %  \l l eai-l I' I Mist I Ihi 1 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 65C 4886 |'H VKl-KS .•-.' VRHl >ltl .. ., k .. SAM ~'' VRRi 1R1 I, Plaintiff, 1 I Mi MIKN'i: S. • llila |R| 1. I '. I. 11.lain SUIT FOR DIVORCE II 1 I.Mi KilTXK s. 'Altill "Iii • • 1. i V II I.in, 1 H"\ 22 Dripping Springs, Te\n* V.'ii. I.Mi Kih'NK Si'Allla 1R1 thai a laii .a Comlil urn for 1 ilvon •• has been filed against you. ami you are requln -I to 1 I l'i "f 1 .ail All.,,,-! 01 I i'n: i" Hi. lllll of Col ,..'iii ..II ih,. Plaintiffs attorney, I'aldln, Rot hen berg .v 1.. '. link. ;:• %  ;. m-, .,\ M 1 1 Ing, Miami. Ilor Ida, ami file ih. orlg. inal AiiMur or Pleading in tin Of Ih' I. 1 I"I Un1 'in nil Court "Ii isbefore tinI'lh .Ia> ..1' .Inn. If you fail 1.. .li. s... judgment %  > .1. f.mli mil I,., taken against you f.n the r.lief demanded In thi lull ..r Complaint Tfcls m -ii. shall 1..published once • si li >i 1. 1. for Lair .-.ni-. ul vi u • • kiln THE JKWIKH I'l.iiKIIH AN I'.iM-: AM. 1 HtDKRKD ai M an Florida, ilii.. nil day ol Ua \ 11 1:. 1: 1.1:ATHKiiMAX. Clark. 1 ar. ml CoUTt, Hail.' l\.lii,li I I. (seal) ii Miirt-'iii rii, Uorford I. .1'Ilii I'l.-Ik 1'. 111 ini. Rothenberft .v Lei. imi. -i"." %  la.., .11 a. r.uil. him Miami. Fl'.rlda > %  l>.i I 'la 11.1111 : %  T-n-n-.> NOTICE BY PUBL C „ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 65C 4430 M V X .1 Vi '• MIS. l.N Plaintiff, 1. i'l. x 11:1-: .1 vi'i nisi >N I '• 1. lid.Illl SUIT FOR DIVORCE I" i'l. \ 11:1: .1 \. nisi .N %  I "llkll"H I, I'l \ l:i: .1 VColtSi .N • 1 thai 11 H • %  •: I i|\"i 1 .• haIn .111.1 I III. Rill of 1 II Ml rni IIVM XX I' I \ : i 1 Miami. I of Ap 1 • l.i: ITHKRAI \ N %  %  • 11 m K \l I VM IN I '. ; IIY.MAX P OALUIT III l-'ifl I 1 All.'Vli. I !"l II, I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AtiD FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No 65C 4346 (Lee) l.la >XARD M I'CIITIM.AM. and Hi 1 \ PR I El iLAXD, I an. Plainl 1. II.N'.Mi: ItORZKI.I.INO, .1 single H "man. ill VIH.KS la 11;/ IT 1.1.1 v. 1 .: ..I 1 %  • i. ndoalAMENDED NOTICE BY PUBLICATION 1 JENNIE BoltZKLI.INu Sjoo Atlantic Ai. 1 Allanl 1. City, N. H .1.1 I'll \Kl.i:s IHiK/.K'l.l.l.N'li. .,..,1 ,i' married, RORZELI.INU his wife, lie.-.'i.-ia rnkii',,11.. and All 1111k11.11> 11 parties claiming by, thruugh, under or auain.-i n I10 m.11 I,dead .a .,1. kn ai n to I..dead ..1 alive Yol' VRK HEREBY NOTIFIED %  "lui.l.uiii 1,. Pbrei In • m. ni 1.a 1 >. ..I encu mbering I-"' I'-. HI." 1. ll. I'KIITI'I.AM. .MANoil, according i" the Plat I' "I'L il 111 I'lal Book i'. Ul I .,:;. ih. Public Records ol '"imli I'!..1 nlu. bai 1-. n filed againsl you, ami von 'l'i 1 'I .1' 'I III .-. : l a "in' ,.f \n.u.i .„• pleading 1.. the Complaint "ii Plaintiffs' Attorney, .1 |IAVII. MERMAN %  %  • 1.,„".,,. i;,..,,, I: llldlng, Mian. I 11, ai li. I-'|... : IginaJ An.-iii'i "i pli ,,|. Ing in Unoffli ..1 ih.n.-rk "i the abovi ."uri ",, .a before the Sth day ll' inn (ail I" il Judgement bj .1. fault "ill be %  i-i i..n ("iih,. 1 .-Ii. 1 .1, ,1, .,. i.,| in in. 1 "miii'i imi. iHiXIT AND ORDKUED al Mi.,ml Dude I'.. iini.i. Florida, this 3rd daj of .Mai i: ll I.EATHERJIAN Ch-rk o( Circuit Court (Seal) Hi K M i.v MA V Deput) Clerk %  I DAVIT) I.IITHMAX "' 1 '• % %  Plaintiffs 105 Lincoln li.,. ..I Building Miami li. ... 11. I"l..ri.la IJlM %  • T U-21-M IN THE COI NTY JUDGE S COURT IN AND FOR OADE COUNT* FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66701 C 1x1:1: 1: %  illiAi'i: .'. HIK.N aka MRS ALLAN CollKN, aka (il! \' .-MALI.. I'. ......l NOTICE TO CREDITORS l .I.Ii..i ii. i said ^ an ii1 llfli I lieI,a ii 1 -.a a I % %  Li. 'i' COHEN, aka Mi:.VI.LAX • iHKN d 1 m: 1 1 -M M.I. il.-cea ., Liti il Dude C 1 %  1 1 i '.1.1. 1'.. %  ii. 1 .mil %  1 their ol %  %  II 1 I %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COL'.Tv FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 66810-C 'N 1:1 i;. M \.\ KRILol I I •• I All T. 1 -..:. II ,t Ing rial -.,, 1 %  ii %  %  i i" in.... ni ..ni •I.I m.11 MAN Mill. 1. II' ,1. .ni. • %  .' r, 1 1 'he I • -. i' .-.. %  ,. i ; :,.'.. il.it id "1. .D tl > I -. Ida. 1 ,;.., 1.,. mnnthi •• the first ouhlii ii ... hi "i • INU I•! ''•''' I'M Flu "a. ll.. da) "i Api il. A 11 KHM: IIROM M V\ "• this notice 01 Mi. iniii da) ..I \, IfKRsIAX COHEN >t i :--• %  .1 1310-11 Congress Kldg Miami Pis • %  1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66814 A IX l:i: Ksl m:\ KKM .I' U.I i|l| I'., eased NOTICE TO CREDITORS '" VII Credltoi, and V R. ,...,. ||,,. Bold v ""' hereb) notified ami re"iami ,1. %  HI \l lll.l ,, 1.1„ ;,.,;.; %  "•'•" I '' ;•! Franklin 1-,,„,,-. I li.inla. 1" ih.1 ount) Judgi id 11,... "UBO and in. 11,.„.,,,., n 'ii.; and as I'l-iei.-.i ,,, ,-,., ,| .. :; h ''.' %  a in II,.. '„',' ""' I. Cojintv rn '"' ," < "' 'I'Rrsl puh "i Hi-.un.mil i... |, arr ,d • %  .' %  i l this li-il .v,, ri |. A ,, 1 n • STA.NLITV A .;..|.|.|;KI:.; _, x.iutor 1 I pUldiea tlon ,,f till,,.,li, n I'l -I'll .'( V„nl l^.r. '" 4RO.VOVITZ. SII.VKU .v -. I1KR v Am Ulan l-'lutor ""• AinalM iii.iK Miami 1 -". W1-ti-t\



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Friday, May 7, 1965 kiPMKN I %  ••' >RP< Pit VTH IN I "' i,.'i A I 11 .i lit %  %  V I s -ME COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT N ANO FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62532 B • • \ III.LS v 1:1.1.1:1: v. SOT.CE TO CREDITORS IIHV v. il SHIII ,MI ..I rv .i nil >l. naalnal K A. KI.I.KKT ..II-. : I • \ I %  i nit) Flor• • In riupli'..I MM |l| -' I II II 1 '.i I. I within %  %  '-! V %  V | %  IN Sll \.N • n I % %  • l.i I : Bill %  .1. M. K.i' .n.l Is .11 ... Iiu.l. i ill rul Hide. I IIIH I i.. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD. CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 66C 3951 %  I \ i: v ANN i 11 ,i: ItolilXHiiX Plaintiff, BY HE? vwm JK^ '^ JENRY LEONARD IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66.730-C | IN UK >'•.-. ..f \\ I.I.I \ M i'i,i n i ii NOTICE TO CRFDITORS t | II.IV • Sll .1 : : N nil r mil ili i Ii \ %  '. h.i W Il.l.l \M HKKR, .1. la I • ..f liaili C HI-.. Kim n.l. I ral IUIIRI III I Ml. • 11 .ui.i illi'iiii uml l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HI:I;I:I:V |J|\ Si ill i H lit III il, .1. i Inil In %  I ii. riciiii of Tl 111' IIAR at -' %  %  -' I I'alm V\ • inn nteml th the i'lei I hide I : %  !.. IT: \.\K svv IDKH \ \ SWIPI l: Snli K SSI.KII .v M \ I > \ • riu i V11| il I I in.. It.Mil • Til DA> II) \v li.1.1 AM |(i HUNS) IN I *feudaiil NOTICE TO DEFEND II I'AVIIi Uii.i.iwi ItoltlNSiiN 'I ifta Avi -1. Haaaartiiiaiinlla UII.LIAM DAVID ROBIN. '• .r. 11. i.-1.> notlflad thai .. .in(Ol ill\..r. r hail I.. .M filed II t v mi, b) M Vl'.V VNN illl.K IN80N, and you are he r eby re, • %  .1 i.. .-. i \. ,i cop) at your answer rauins to the plalntlff'a Mil of ni, "ii Hi.plaintiff's attorROBKUT II rK.sSMi H.T. ^10 %  I Bldf 10 N.K Third Ave, Fl. i Ida, and to f'le the ori*" %  • 'in Clerk ..f ih. Circuit Mi.inn. I-.id.. County. Florida, uc bffniiHi. 17Ui da) i May. if you tall la do ao, iudarmenl by • a II bi taken atMinai you ii.r el di .ui.l. il in tinromplalnL >NK VXH • %  !!! iKRKD ..: Miami, Ci mi i i..i Ida, thla 9th da) • I! l.i: \ I -IIKRMAN. Clerk, • '1,1111. I %  ide • %  > nil v %  B) K M I.YMA.N irm IIT Ii i i:\~iii n.r I Ifl il AM Mlnml r ., .1I \ -%  %  I..-'... I t) r In |i...i. County. Flor., bill ,i i Ion i ... nlll II.I rn-il l •.,• Mini F rlda lath da) ..f Vpi II, V 11 I "III LI. DKKIt VL\ > • i\ I hlli .ii i. ii nl -Ii notlei n 4 \, rll, H SMITH A \l VMI.LK It) Harrj II Smith \itorni \ i..i i ... -• i\ !"7 l.in. ..in lt-l Miami Bi aoh i s %  ..:•! IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 66C 4003 Tin: vv n.1.1 tMaTlll'ROII s WIN 118 n \NK. Plaintiff, KKNNKTII i: ilOCQU. • ux, • I. I lefendantr NOTICE OF SUIT 'ni Arthur ll llrodd and \ % %  I 1 Il ...i.l. Ills Will I" Cam II Street lama; i:..n li. Ni Vorh ^' i ,ir. hereb) notified thai tht ., IM*I %  aptlnned .• %  i Ion ban In n IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY NO 6SC-4296 i i I\I:I.I. i\. ., ii...i.i.i riiriioration LEGAL NOTICE • COL'. TV JUDGE'S COLRT N D FOR DAO %  Y. HOli 'ROBATE No 6U61I.Q fICE TO CREDITORS %  i %  %  %  : I:IITI:I i-i: ItKRilKR I.Ki IN Mill ii Ktil-IH I' I Kxi I' %  Itli I.. .•-• Mort KaKii ni'tiiiilurlni; thfl fotlowinfl property, lo-wlt: l^.l R, Ftloch IS, The Am. ml. .1 Plat of tii,. Troplca, acvordlng to tha plat thereof, recorded in Plat book 10, Pake IT. of the Public record' oi I ..v ; .:;:..,"•„,,:/„,;. MtB ;,.. "" "' lu '" 1 "-' '" %  'M... ihe allcaatlona aid 'ompl i Int III bi -.ik, ii .is --. 11 i.. |i VTKD Ih :'"Hi IIH) of Vurll, !:•• ,,,,, i ',: l-KATHKRMAX Mllledaeville, Georgia to thi Count) Judaea ol Dadi County. VOL" AUK IIKKKBV NOTIFIED I* 1 *"' "" the aain in dupllcati and ,ii|,,\ i,I. 1 in S. .ii. in ; : : 16, Hot nl.i Sliltllt. ". Ill '111 II ,111.1111 111! I •• ,11l) Courthouu ui Dade County, Florida, within Bix • .il.iiilur in.iiiiiiiiiii Ihe llmi of the flral pulillcation here• hi ami ^ ill be ban ed. Dated ;it Miami, Florida, tbla ''ih da) .-I .'.prll. A 11 '.'.•" \ \K. IN li HAFT \Kxecutor l'ir.-t puhlli JI f thia not %  • thi ''.Hi duj uf April, III HKNItY NORTON i rm-) for Baecutor 1106 Itlw ..\ in BldR Miami, Fla. i I -;:!• 30. :, ? -, i in i | lollou bod iipcrt) .-.. %  IT i I.\KI: M \ \i >|( SI.' TP iX Pi 'I II INOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW %  \ nh VI '• I OURT OF T" CIAL CIRCUIT OF AND FOR DADE I CHANCERY, • I 884 || '• SUIT FOR D VORCE V.lllli< %  Mil il.mil 1 M' I %  II KIXIIKR an i-d l -i Hill %  %  llli.I Ired to LlihUI'l III mulainl on MI;. CHi %  i .nun Ulda Miami '" |ll .,' Vm iv. I • %  : • • r Clei the ol Pompl %  Mill \ I) Ida B) I. VI.KXAXDKH ION "" I %  l .. ntlff 4, U : %  %  '. %  %  %  I %  \ N I %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DAI NTY, FLOR.DA IN PROBATE No 660CO B IN III VBRAII Wl \M %  LINNOTICE TO CREDITORS |-.. \;i %  i. \ ,.II i • U RAIIAM A'tlLIN VVH.MI, I I BAN l*< X tnclllai KM ipulll I'l.ixa i-nli r i %  li -• ili It) K M I.YM VN l %  II MIRY II TKITKI..M \N • N rt NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD ClAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 65C-T746 iGordoni u I liRIVKR Adn tffuii %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGE SCOURIN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 66482 i IN ICI-: K-l.n. ..I I'ACI.IXK III "HI NSi IN Dei •• I NOTICE TO CREDITORS To \:i %  ni.. i ins II ni! I'II \. i.-i Yon tifled .mil i in.ui.U lllllrtl .Mill I II BINSi %  I'll I '., • < %  i; hi i %  > || ty, at %  • I • pi lil.-.I in Si • Flm in the cy Coil ty, Fli Ida >. %  i, \ Ion %  the sill! • %  I Ida, il. V 1 -i iN \ I • 111. '.Ill ,!. Ill V|l IR\ IXll YPKN LAW • .| I II I s II) I lav i.l .M SI \ttorni ."\. it.,1 ITSI • IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT 0 7 FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 65 C 4067 IN I:I: \i % % %  I'TH IN i %  !•• M \I:I \ TltlX \ II:I:I:HI.I >\ \ \i, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION T< • PACI. D BRKKIilv iVK II. ll A S I'll l>t Hn till Mm %  M ,, Kl-i. Sun I-1.in, is,-,,, i'..: i : ol HOME AI'UKLSS 1771 Ml i.i \v. nil. •'; %  -. '..lif'ihi.i 1 I >l \l;i: IIKRKBY NOTIFIED II .i Petition baa bean filed m the abo HI) l.il ...nil b) M..11.. :-.'•• BpatlKl I ind Joseph V Oaglioti for t! adoption ..i Maria Trina Brearlloi a minor, and you are required ',.. • ,i cop; ol ... .i Aii.-u. r oi ii.i... tin to ahoH .ii use ah) aald Poimsiiiiuid III. i IN. uiHiiiiii. <>ii iin attorn for I vi ionera, I.Ki >\ tRD 0 feXj Kl! of Myi Hi .i n ,\ Kui Ian, : IM s v l-t Si:..-. Miami, Florida, iinil I the orlRlnal In thi office of thi I' %  o| il.. Court i befi M.i) IT IIKRK1N FAIL NOT or .11 l Iti IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT • N.I-1 rop nr NTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE %  J B \ \ NOTICE TO CREDITORS I %  %  I lie I'll si ,|||. \. ill %  i %  MAI DK HYMAN i I. Ml I'KR.SKIN VI. I' I -ii, K %  II KI'll %  H I:\HVM IIYM V.\ %  NOT CE OF S. I : i n %  it the I'oiirl i da %  I \ \ II %  Ii \ S.MAN %  WIT \ i:.-in) hi -.n.l \ \ II MAN, i '.... %  \l LV VI \\ %  BY PUBLICATION IN COURT OF T>! CIRCUI-* Fl : FOR OADE COUNTV IN CHANCERY. N i C 5945 Vi'K : UNDER ie Pi Fl( ^ W %  i I I lid i %  • %  I i i. 16 I. VI. I \ \ I V V 1 1 • i \ KM A N \ i -\; v.\ I I ..I T FOR DIVORCE IHU.PH I.ii TE Col %  MIHJ New ^ v %  :.,, V '"I .i %  II I llisl A ii>\ • t oi Pleadll • p %  NSI.KK II FBRDI S.M I.. -:. Ro .111,1 %  Viisw. i dlaa %  da rail to do takei .i VN 1 %  \ \ i V I \ !. I ,, %  Attorn. • 4>U



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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
May 7, 1965

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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Full Text
Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Number
Miami. Florida. Friday. May 7. 1965
Two Sections Price 2
ordinal Bea Explains Pope's Deicide Talk A
bBK JT.A
a presidi nl ol the \ ati
hrisl an Unity,
hmekthci Pope Paul,
(ion Sunda> homily in
I bo intention ihatever"
l any manner al all lo
fc rleclara-
kish-Caih H relations.
: reite
tugustin rated ihe traditional t hristiun dog
ma thai the Jews killed Jesus

C irdinal Bea was in New York
1 riefh i ii route t" Philadelphia lo
receive ths International Fellow-
ship Award i ih.' Philadc'pma Fel
! wsh'p C mmission. The statement
mi (he Papal sermon was ma Ic for
ihe Card nal lo newsmen hj 'iis c
, i etarj. the l!\ Sti; h n s<
Fr. Schmidt was asked by news-
men whether the Passion Sunday
sermon had ro-itiibuted to the
confus-on evr the Poaa's stand
on the Jewish declaration. Declar-
ing he was directly a.-.d felly au-
Ihorized to speak en behalf of the
Cardina', Fr. Schmidt replied that
to understand the Pope's sermon,
"it is essential to keep in mind
that the Pope was speaking to
ordinary and simple faithful peo-
ple not before a learned body
and so he did not use any specific
theological if you like, technical,
language."
Therefore. Ihe prelate added, the
woi ds should no! be inter-
i el< 'I "in Ihe si me strict way" in
which a Councillary document is
and must be interpreted." such .<
document, he added, i> very pan dim
and cannot be repeated in a sum e
sermon.
Then he reiterated a statement
made on Apr. 26 on behalf of the
Secretarial in Ri me declaring '
Continued on Page 11 A
LINKS OF BROTHERHOOD'
mkauer Talks
Church Chiefs
Big Dedication
king
h n
philan-
| \ Kaufmann
. this
L mem-
|, Deo \ bust
|l led
I i-i.ilu-
I rts to-
\s. I" bj
I. nd relig
| ni na
i up .ill
I 'i to
Joseph Pic- uei. Amer-
Ith Commii honorary
dedicated the Kauf-
II and cited th year in
le U lited N ti-, charter
Ian rights was adopted
pppro\d' in principle last
the E( Cauncil
of a declaration absolving the
Jews, past and present, of the
charge of deicide in the death of
Jesus.
Id- \ iced a prayer lhat the mi
piementation ol the declaration
Continued on Page 10-A
Bourguiba's
Views Eyed
As Problem
NASStR RIPIA1S ATTACK PAGE 2 A
MOB VIOLENCE
!~-S'?H PROSKbHtR
dcitirotcs lacilily
Canadiai
i Cong, ("it
CS
Rights to Royal Body
TORONT' \ x '
Jewish bill nl lit:
the !
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on; is lhi< v
[, retired ( hu I Ju> ii v *' Mc
tin r. thi 'le mi nber ol the On-
in R>>> :l ; > ill
11 ituhi Liber I
;TT.MPTS TO INTERFERE'
ds Protest I .S. Stand
Jews in Soviet I nion
|Nl,Tii\ \ The
i> embass>
vn this
h is li "en
Govern-
J is ol th
' "' Imenl en-
F '- resolu
ui i, Scmil
le orally .it
t S ilex-*ml
k. iuun> lor i i the Rus
lsJ He called on Ri hard
vis Dc- it> VsmsI
5, f0, i opean \ffairs
r/r. Zirchuk indicated to Dr.
Davis that the Soviet Government
resented what it considered un
founded a'leqatlons involving the
Jewish situation in Russia and
felt th.it the S'.-,te Department
violated diplomatic protocol by
seking to i tervene in domestic
Russian issues pertaining to Sev
iet citiiens.
Hi
c nlende I lha
Co",inued on
the
Page
it ate
S-A
t rrong the il i i in l ic
. n
p.>lici rei free
. loin nl re
' i
ij i em i-menl
.nd private (ii* :'
I education.
The doi-ume.it proposed that
"prlice officers be instructed in
the basic religious requirements
of minority faiths, insofar as
the^e mcy affect police action."
A proposal was made th3t, in
cas-s o? persons arrested who
need to furnish bai', such per-
,e- be gi nted a "parole affir-
mation," if the bail must be
made en a Sabbath or Jewish holy
,',y, when an observant Jew is
Fa bidden to sign his name. It
ah,, p.oposjd that Hebrew
K be available in court
rooms.
0n ,,,. u uecl cl hati mi ngering.
,!,,. ( j.- dii ati i that it prel.....I
,1, n lied mi the Fed-
Continued on pae 8-A
LONDON ister Harold Wilson told the House
.1 Commons this week that he saw
difficulties" in Tunisian
Presiden; Habih Bourguiba's pro-
posals that the Arab countries rec-
ognize Israel and negotiate a peace
agreement with Israel. He made
tatement during House ques-
; ninj> i : the Government on Mid-
,1 i robrerhs, including ihe is-
[Aral ttempts lo divert the
. aters in their territories of
|0rrj i Ri\ er to deny its waters
and the Arab refugee
, m
ell, a Labor Member
lent, asked what "posi-
itiative" the British Govern
-.l king to *upp rl Presi
s effort Ihe Prime
, .jstei ',,!, ri plied that his Gov-
i uiii ol course consider
.Al,.,i was suggesting
i self en a in-i rea
Dili, allies in what he
i. ; ri ;i 'ing
The Prime Minister was asked
by Conservative MP Sir John
Continued on Pag? 2-A
Tunisia Calls
Back Envoy
From Egypt
LONDON JTA i The fi
eminent ol 'I uniaia i waited its < i
, his v eek after his i
nee a~ in nl b) a mob in l
s] reading conflict in the Arab world
v r Tunisian { Hab' '
-.il that the V.r
states re o [nize and negotiate
peace v< nil Israel
In .i new development in thai
conflict, \rab d< M1""
stratcd in Madrid, The Tunisiai
Embass) Ihere is storn ed
\i-.j: s screaming "Down W
i jiba." At a meeting ol le
tesfrcm 12 Arab nations in (*ai
rcpn sen'.rtives ol the "Pali si
Continued on Page 9-A
Survey
Needs
Shows
Modern
Israel
Arms
IONDON
-, rati 1;
- I.ITA Israel is
ratt ly" in n < ed ol m re
, ,!-., rms. as defense igainst
.. massive militarj strength ol
the Arab si ites mii rounding it. the
Irslitute for Strategic S'.udies re
;| here after r detailed sui
LEK0UR1 AND RABBI tfHR/r!4N Wilt BE HONORED
deration Annual Meet Features 'Firsts' j
,th annual meeting <>t the
Miami Jewish Federation
[7 ""'< l Jewish Appeal
'I
important "M
'""" Dance taking place
Faj evening, May 22. at
" :;l"1 VWHA of Greater
lSWaih s... will be an
\ ening
iir-ts."
David B. Fleeman, chairman of
the Annual Meeting Committee,
noted that "this is the first time
In Federation's history lhat stub a
meeting will be held at an affili-
ated faeilitv <>t the Federation.
|a jjgnificant that the new-
est facility in the Federation fam-
ily, oor new YM and YWHA head-
quarters, should be the setting for
an evening when all members of
our Jewish community and of our
Federation will gather to hear
President Sidney Lefcourt report
on the many outstanding achieve-
ments made by our central Jew-
ish communal organization dur-
ing his three terms as president."
The purchase of the new Y'
facility, the expansion ol the Jew-
Continued on Page 3-A
vcj i i the militar> csrpa lilies
the Vrab SI ites and Israel 1 -
sui vej referred spccificall> to
v< rkill capability" ol Ihe Arab
states lhat are hostile i" Israel
Starting with l>t el's "most pov
. 'ml adversary," the sun e j
showed that that enemy, Egypt, has
an army of 160,000 men and offi
(ci .. organized in eight divisions.
two of Ihem armored, four of them
in :-ili- divisions with tank support.
gjp.'s total armored strength-was
.iven as 1,200 tanks, including 100
lussian T-34's, and the survey add-
ed that the Russians are now deliv-
ering to Egypt their new T 10 bat-
tle tanks
Egypt also has about 1.500 ar-
tillery and multiple rotkrt
launchers, and about 250 mobile,
single stage, ground to ground
missiles. These include the Al
Continued on Page 7-A


Pcqe 2-A
* knist meridian
Nasser Repeats Attack on Tunisia
LONDON (JTA Egyptian
sident GamaJ Abdel Nassi i
warned his people thai the United
Su es may wanl to attach strings
to further economic aid t<> Egypt.
Al the same time, he again den-
ced Tunisia's President Habib
rguiba for proposing Arab
Israeli peace talks, according to
dispatches received here Sondaj
In a May Day speech at a Cairo
leer's rally, and over television,
-it threw down the gauntlet to
l ':uteil States, implying that
w., Sington wants to condition
further aid on terms which he did
not specif] As for Bourgulba, he
i harge thai Wes ern Powers are
( nc urst ing Israel t>> launch
in supplying arms i" Is.
r; el.
From Tunis it was reported
that President Bourguiba has
sent a lengthy letter to Nasser,
seeking to meet with the Egypt-
ian leader to discuss their dif-
ferences. At the same time, how-
Britain Sees Problems
In Bourguiba's Stand
Continued from Page 1-A
Langford-Holt whether he would
make a statement on his talks
with Premier Levi Eshkol of Is-
Beth Moshe
Registration Set
Beth Moshe Congregation Kinder
en i- opening registration for
children who will be three, four and
years old by January 1. ;.''>
Separate el.isms are maintained
'i age level. Nursery is for
Iren who will he three. Junior
irten i- r children who
will I e four, an I & nior Kit
n for children who will be
.i.ui. l-t
I Stal xpei ified teachers, the school of-
! i" readiness ;
. includes music, creativi
and crafts, science, health, and
1st rat ions will bo accepted
bj Mrs Elaine Herring, direct r,
Moshe Kindergarten, Mon-
through Friday. 9 to noon.
rael this year. Mr. Wilson replied
with a general statement that the
visit had provided him and For-
eign Secretary Michael Stewart
"with a welcome opportunity to
discuss with him, in accordance
with the friendly relations be-
tween our two countries, a wide
range of subjects of mutual in-
terest ard concern, especially
Anglo-Israel relations and the
situation in the Middle East."
Prime Minister reiterated his
Government's vie Lhal the issue
\raii water diversions "musl he
settled i nent, and that, if
' it .- an e\ enl uhuh is regard-
as :> raine" by Israel "it
-'. mid be taken to the United v
Hons and not be the subject Ol an
att nipt to settle it bj armed Con-
or any means of that kind "
;u' a visit to Rome this week,
Mr Wilson said be bad discussed
Mid.!..- East pi .tii Italian
Pr mier Aldo Moro. He reiterated.
ai a i ress conference, his opinion
t Israel should take the Jordan
River issue to the United Nations
rather than n sort to force.
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ever. President Bourguiba dec-
lared in an address at Sfax,
Tunisia, that Nasser is "seeking
to make himself th unchallenged
master of the Arab world."
Assi I thai the pn p sals he
'..id mad.- thus tar on Aral) Israeli
peace talks were only "provi-
sional.' B urguiba said he fell free
to voice his own solutions and waa
not prepared to surrender Tu-
nisian sovereignty to anyone"
In Algiers, Presidi nt Ahmed Hen
Bella said Wednesday that he fa
vors a "peaceful solution" to the
Palest'ne prcblem, provided that
"solution" meant, "the disappear-
ance Of Israel."' He Stated that, if
n< sssary, Algiers would go to war
"to liberate Palestine."
India's Government was reported
in New Del.'i as supporting the call
for Arah-I laeli peace talks issued
bj Tunisia's President Habih Bour-
Eitiha. That report followed con-
versations with Prime Minister
Shastn and other top offieials of
Die Government with Monui Slim,
former president of the United Na
tions General Assembly, who came
here a few days ago as Bouryuiba's
representative to discuss the Mid-
&\ F.,-1 -: nation with India's
leaders.
An edit :i.ii Sunday in the Indiar
Express an influential daily, noted.
t! at Israel has friendly relations
with a number of African states,
including Ghana, Ethiopia and the
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isurance Firms in Loan to U.S. Jewry
lif,. insurance
~t"Weel< signed a loan
the Jewish tfency
,.ricun
I beneficial
agency of
ft Pwteh'ApPMl- provid-
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fc iSS faith and cred-
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munity represented by the United
Jewish Appeal as collateral.
The United Jewish Appeal, the
guarantor in this unique financial
transaction, is the major Jewish
organization in the United stales
raising funds for humanitarian pur-
poses Since its formation in 1989,
l J \ has raised more than $1.5 hil
lion to aid more than three million
oppressed and distressed persona in
! rael nnd overseas areas Com-
I ined Jewish Appeal raises Hinds
in Miami tor the national United
>' wi-'i Appeal program
The loan is to lie repaid in level
toleration Meet to Feature 'Firsts'
CoP.njfdromPagel-A
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city-wide fombined
kAppeal campaign
Ttidrr Rabbi Lehrman s leader-
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[last year's campaign, which
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reised tl,316.400, maintaining the
pace of to percent increase needed
in meet our campaign goal "i Si,-
135,080 or (50 01.....bove the amounl
raised lasl year," Pleeman dec
hired.
"T i date we ha......Ij re-
ci'ivi d a record number ol pledges
ti om members ol the com mi i tj
fir our 1965 campaign." the chair
man stated.
"This is an outstanding measure
of Dr. Lehrman's devotion to the
principle 'that every Jew is re-
sponsible for every other Jew.'
The record number of contribu-
tors is indicative of his outstand-
ing leadership and indicative of
MSe fact that through his service
as chairman we have brought the
Federation and CJA story to
every segment of the com-
munity."
Assisting Fleeman in key posi-
tions on the Dinner Committees
will be a number of top level lead-
ers in Federation and in communal ',
i activity. Dr. Joseph R. Narot will I
serve as toastmaster for the even-
, iriK. Mrs. Jack Katzman and Mrs.
i IrvmK Lehrman are co-chairing
l the Arrangements Committee. Mrs. ;
i Burton S. Goldstein will be program |
Beach Bar Forum
Slated Monday
At 8 p.m Monday, at Ocean
; Front Auditorium, the Miami Beach
Bar Association will present its
next Public Information Forum.
Attornen Raphael K Yunes, of
she Miami Beach Bar Association,
will speak on "The Forthcoming
Miami Beach Elections New
Changes
A film entitled "Lawyer from
Boston" will also wn
chairman, and Mrs Sol Goldstein
u ill serve as (hairman ol host
On Friday, Mrs Goldstein has
invited all prospective host......- for
the annual meeting to a luncheon
nl Federation headquarters, where
thc> h ill plan their ke> role i n the
e\ ening ol
The annual meeting will he a
Iress optional all inning
'.. ith a 7 15 p m cocktail hour.
Dietary laws will !>< obs< t\ I al
lie dinm
sped.i1 presentations will be
made to the honorees. Lefcourt and
Rabbi Lehrman, and to Mrs. Inez
Krensky, chairman of the W men's
Division; to Norton Pallot and
George Talianoff, co-chairmen of
the Trades and Professions Coun-
cil; and to John Serbin and R. Wil-
liams Apte. chairman and co-chair-
man, respectively, of the Residents
Division drive
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t^ fully amortize this loan in IS
years
The major share of the loan will
be used to liquidate outstanding
short term loans with 97 banks in
39 U.S. communities. Ten of these
banks are in the Greater Miami
area and participated in this uni-
que humanitarian and philan-
thropic loan program to save
lives jointly with the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation and
Combined Jewish Appeal.
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d< r the new- agreement include
First National Bank of Miami. Na-
tional Bank Ol Miami Beach. City
National Bank ol Miami. Citj Na-
tional Bank of Miami Beach. Pan
American Bank, Miami National
Tank. Bank ol Miami Beach. Bank
ol Dade County, Citj National Bank
nt Coral Gables and Capital Na
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icipating life insurance cotn-
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Stressing the importance of the
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possible fi r the Jewish Agency for
Israel and the United Jewish Ap-
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fflmiiM;

The Warsaw
Ghetto Uprising
lews throuqhout the world are
arking the upiisinq of the Warsaw
Ghetto in April, 1943. The event is
dramatic moment in Jewish his-
tcry.
It is a painful moment. It is a
heroic moment, as well.
Twenty-two years aqo, the Jew-
. community of Warsaw rose up
a revolt against the savage and
imiliating onslaught of Hitler's
ouster hordes. For some six weeks,
th little or no armament, and with
: >sclutely no assistance from the
: :tside world, Warsaw's Jews, schol-
: s and merchants, children and pro-
-ionals, religious men and other-
. ^se sheltered women, became
fierce soldiers in an awesome struq-
e to show the Nazis that though
ey would die, they would die hon
c ably and not before the savaqe
. -qressors had felt their stinq.
Sixty-thousand Jews stunned the
: looking world that otherwise fail-
e i to care: stunned the world not
because of the German brutality,
c .it because a defenseless, deter-
r.ined community held off its would-be mur-
derers by the dint of courage and in the swim
c: pride.
It was not until the Hitler horde finally re-
icrted to burning out the Jewish bunkers that
the heroic struggle came to an end.
Since then, the Warsaw Ghetto has come
1c mean much to men and women of all faiths
c.id creeds. It is, indeed, more than a symbol
c: righteous rebellion. The Warsaw Ghetto
uprising was the first really successful stand
c gainst the Nazi onslaught on the European
continent successful thouqh in strict military
:erms it failed. The uprisinq showed the Nazi
reast for what it was: vulnerable in the face of
r. orally-rooted determination and doomed to
struction in the end of its fiery days.
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CJA'S Victory Dinner
The annual meetinq and victory dinner of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federation on May
22 will be symbolic of Federation's successful
irnessinq of its role as our community's fund-
ising and planninq aqency. as well as of the
.365 Combined Jewish Appeal's viqorous re-
iwal of its determined efforts in behalf of
CJA's afliliate aqencies locally, nationally,
; uroad and a Israel.
As of now, the campaiqn is runninq some
percent ahead of last year's effort, which
10 represented an upward trend measured
rist previous annual drives.
Under the dual helm of Mr. Sidney Lef-
art, president of Federation and Dr. Irvinq
Lehrman, chairman of 1965 CJA, Greater Miami
oks forward to the easy achievement of its
-:,435,080 qoal. With the ten percent runninq
edge, CJA should go well over the top by the
:ne the 27th annual meetinq and victory din-
ner roll around on May 22.
In recognition of the devoted efforts of
both these leaders, a dual tribute will be paid
-era during the function. This is a worthy
cchievement of which both they and the com-
r..unity can easily be proud.
Distinctions Are Necessary
Cardinal Bea, president of the Vatican Sec-
mut fcr Christian Unity is truly well-moti
ited on the question of the Ecumenical de-
claration relating to the Jews
In New York earh reek, he expl
away Pope : irmon as having
relcrtionshil to th-> declaration.
The Pope wo e traditional
lied
;s.
We are saddened as much by the explan-
ation as by the sermon itself. Cardinal Bea
carries the spirit of Pope John XXIII. His de-
termination to see John's desires fulfilled after
death is beyond guestion.
But the explanation, even if Pope Paul
were to agree, and it is to be assumed he
would, widens the lift between the intention
of the Vatican to philosophize theologically and
to act realistically. Doctrines can have no
meaning if the Pope, himself, fails to imple-
ment them.
What Cardinal Bea was saying is that the
Pope in his Lenten sermon merely told the
people what they have heard for some two-
thousand years and what they are now accus-
tomed to hearing. This is patent nonsense.
When Pode John made changes in the
Easter liturgy, we recall his stopping an Easter
Sunday service after participants surrounding
him in the Vatican prayed according to the re-
jected text, and ordered them to repeat the
prayer as he had rewritten it.
Here is the distinction between theology
and actuality; and 't -s up to the Church fathers
to make the one out of the other, as Pope John
had done.
Bourquiba's Diplomacy
Habib Bourguiba has finally explained his
position. His words speak foi themselves. It
is not a guestion of the realities of Middle i
politics so far as Israel and the Arabs aie con-
ceined.
In Bourguiba s eyes, it is a question of the
Arabs as a whole and Nassei in particular.
Bourguiba has not departed from his funda-
mentally anti-Israel stand. He is not asking
for a genuine rapprochment with Israel. He
has predicated his suggestions for peace on the
basis of the original UN partition plan a pro-
posal that Israel would obviously never accept.
No one knows this better than Bourguiba.
What he is seeking is a reduction in the
totalitarian influence of Gamal Abdel Nasser.
Nothing could achieve this better than his
"peace proposal," which ha< already met with
riots in the Arab world. Israel, in Bourguiba's
eyes, is the secondary consideration.
Were Bourguiba sincere in his views, he
would turn toward the example of ban, which,
under the Shah maintains vigorously healthy
political and economic ties with 1 i
would talk less and do more.
Thus far, it can only appeoi that Pi
Bourguiba Israel as a nawn in
.Mi inmai jbjbj
during
the week
.. as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
JEWS IN TH! Soviets
nave shown ,'",
degree ol is anr:mark,f
f.cfon. They have ui*
Judaism a. uk.nd of?
against the monoli,hic a
the more amazinfl W-,
tr"-,H' dedic%i3
ish tradition via an increasing number of renfidt.2,,,*5
at compromising the synagogue and the train,,,.. 1 S? ail
and Hebrew teachers. lu"in< rabl
What Moscow anticipates is that the deliberate re-
take on the oppearance of natural atrophy Cor^SS**'
leaders should then be able to say that Jew? thenT "y' *
to or new! for Judaism. It has not worked out ,hu, ,??"
ot identification amony Snviot 3mm ....... ... 'w '
nflrjyinJBMU.* !:* I."
to an ideal, for which unhappily they have little or
understanding because the opportunity to learn |, ,|.,,,',, ty
The obeisance, at least, continues: and this is the uHH,rt,m i.
It .hew. the Jewish refusal to submit to the he. ; ;\
ciety Add to >uc, a staunch attitude the com *
historic Russian ant, .Semitisin. .....' >- --
and the Sin i-
threaten
mmun.tj J
with a double-barreled ideological shotgun
TIME WAS WHEN the Soviel .ieish co
among the proudest elements 0f the Kret
short a tmu- it turn.,I out to be The reason*
those that motivated mans Americans in the ei
ioin the Communist Part) Th. > were root.
Russian .lew had been segregated There nor. '
could not live, occupations to which he was prev. i
ileges as a citizen denied him. and win i
eternal threat ol religious massacre
The angrj Jewish striving toward social injusi J
and economic equalit) sent some Jews to Palest hi. i 1
ol the first Aliyah others stayed, later seein
the answer to their prayers ., new society ii
would no longet exist b) Communist guarante.
tunity held promise for them no less hope! ||
Jew ish neighbors
The ret lection ol this promise even spread I tl teeming dj
toe. ,n America And ,t is one ot the sadder comi
development of the Jewish community hen- that \ m
ims who were its intellectual leaders denigrate J
ism in reaction against earlier generations ol Jewis exp
Eastern Kurope at large, rejecting religion and othei lewish eutai
al roots in childish!} gestured nihilism. The Yid
papers, which became the new secular Counterparts ol the
literature regarded so reverentl) by their lather- ., v.u\l
1st variety of Judaism principally devoid of anj element that mai
remind the American ghetto ol what had occurred in the ghettoes
Russia and Poland.
As a kind of ve.-tigial organ, the philosophy propounded In the.
journal, during that time is still manifest in the Folk Schules
us today, where a proud preoccupation seem, to remain ho bo>fl
to desecrate the Sabbath in -secular Jewish" terms The So.
characteristic of the era. perhaps little more than an archaic yx
now. seek, its source in an imaginary Socialism in an equally ima^-J
CYNICAL COMMIHTARY OH SOCIAL PRITINTIONS
THE POSE IS a (lift,cult one to maintain. Those who know anyl .1
at all about Israel recognise the vast difference Mween tlwl
never fulfilled promise of the Russian Revolution and the realitwi;
ot the Jewish State. The now disillusioned among us are also cot
fronted by the bitter oppressions in the Soviet I on which the;
in fact ultimately escaped in capitalist America ami their brot
avoid in uncategorizable Israel They may want no contact nil I
memories of Czarisl anti Scmitisin. but Kremlin anti-Semitisn
variet) to which they must bitterly lace up
Hence, the) live to a dream of once ure.it possibilit)
the real manifestation of that possibility is too u |
plate The more mature strength, ii any indeed exist.* all I
which Soviet .lews can reach out today in then search loi 4
abroad is the strength of still newer generations ol Vnv I
who are returning, however tentatively and motivate
wrong reasons, lo the synagogue
This reversal ot fortune, a cynical comm. the social
pretention. of the Communist Revolution in the -
onstrates the political purpose of Kremlin ml v
than anj other commentary possibly could
All ol which brings me to the point made h< I
weeks thai outmoded methods ot protest
Jews in the Soviet L'nion tod.) are not mere
ran, in fact work in reverse They can, indeed
DROTESTS AND PETITIONS, demonstrate ns .
press Soviel strategists against the wall Wit
courses of action l.-it open to them, the) hav.
thus continue, il nol advance to depth
against .lews immured behind the Iron Curtain
it must be borne in mind, as l have rep
thai .lew. are a double irritant the) refuse i
Soviet ideology, preferring to identify with th.
primitively; the) are traditional outcast, as a
tone Russian anti-Semitism Seen to thee terms
possibl) do excepl commit the Kremlin to mon
the standard Soviet argument that the internal aft;
ernment are not the concern ot other governments
Consider Viet Nam. There, the Soviel Union is out i
em) Vet tlios.
who know anything at all about Kai Eas I
poliiik, understand that Washington and Moscow coiddn
to wanting the same thing. There. Communism is "." 'he res
it is containment containment of the Chinese explosion-
areas of agreement between ui appear to be develoi ng n
more Press the question of Communism, and the
usl be emphasized Increasingly
powers, where human -
qil
a\ tog" reason., m
those spokesmen ot both DOW
issue, the pressure is relaxin

ih- same applies in the area of anti-Semitism
the Soviel L'nion to ease it- restrictions
terms or lo encourage ,t on theirs?
More imp
iviel Union to permit those Jews
leave for, say, Israel? To accomplish either o

ds must b. ed
i com pushes i ne of those end. which
oil
Pressure m|


t, May 1-
1965
^JenistifhrloTiaf}
Page 5 A.
dPrinz to be Guest Speaker Here
It MCongress-Sponsored Event May 17
Kronish president of frvmUna halrmen of the 1963
1*!*2Jm Council and na- March on Washington
. r.,ih Florida tounc
V&***" iM ",e Anu'n"
l*M h foi < announces
|^; president = rican Jewish
bed chairman
Born in Germany in 1902, Dr.
Prim served as a spiritual lead-
er in the Jewish community of
Berlin from 1925 to 1937. He was
one of the first Jewish leaders in
Germany to speak out against
Nazism and to urge the immedi-
ate mass migration of Jews from
Europe to Palestine.
Disregarding hi? personal safe-
who has jusl returned ty, he preached fearlessly against
visil i" w'~' Germany at ihe Hitler regime, not only in the
limitation ol \V< -' Berlin Mayor synagogue rmt Lhroaghout'Germanj
ill report on his ;,nd Europe.
.,. and recently
,, ihe Confer-
| jt-;!i Organizations, will he
YL speaker
pr. Prinz.
., community'
Monday, May 17.
,v Bran*- mi
.. ,.- there.
vn- one "l the
1*1
pr Prinz
ten
Moscow Protests
[Stand on Jews
Continued Iron Page 1-A
jjmeot had no more right to urge
:i telling Bus-
ferial cull i i11"'- '" l>ro-
| lews than the Soviet For
C Minisirj wo ild have in inter-
m ihe American
| ;t i ii Alabama.
... n, pan in ni two weeks
I*maintained that il had changed
I Ribicoff rcsolu
|w, iru.n one ol oppositin to sup-
laxt. At thv same time, the Depart-
he time tiat now regard-
|ni as more opportune. Senate
|i.w. however, later comnicnt-
Mtlut last year Ihe Department
Iflrrwied to kill the resolution at
lltimewhen Soviet-American rela-
Ms were bettor ."i Moscow was
Iwf n-pun^iu i" \nn rican public
|t1ii;on.
Today, thej said Nmcrican-Sov-
|: relations have tleierioriated to
lie point that th-' Department does
I'd care if the Kr--:i) Jin is offended,
Because <>i his attacks on the
government, Dr. Prinz suffered re-
peated arrest by the Gestapo, He
uaa expelled from Germany in
1937 and. at the suggestion of Habbi
DR. JOACHIM PRINZ
has been a prominent fighter
. igains! racism and bigotry, In 1954,
he challenged the libel attack upon
him by the notorious anti-Semitic
on New York's Fifth Avenue.
In 1964. he led a group of Ameri-
can Jewish Congress leaden ar-
rested for protesting a libelous anti-
l.-raol mural in the Jordan Pavilion
at the World's Fair. The group was
acquited in a precedent-setting de-
cision.
Dr. Prinz is the author of "Dilem-
ma of the Modern Jew," an analysis
ol the impact on the American Jew-
ish community of the creation of
the Stale lit Israel and the Ameri-
can democratic experience.
His newest book, "The Popes
from the Ghetto," will be published
in the fall of 1965. In 1%2. and
again in unit, Dr. Prinz led an
American Jewish delegation at the
AJCongresssponsored "Dialogue"
in Israel. ._ -**,
chairman of the Arrangements
Committee for the May 17 event
v. ill be Mrs. Sylvia Silvers, presi-
dent of Justine Chapter. American
Jewish Congress. She will be as-
sisted by Rabbi Kronish; Bernard
S. Mandler. president, Metropolitan
Or Olom Men
Slate Affairs
Temple Or Olom Brotherhood I
scheduled two affairs for May.
On Sunday. Mother's Day W
be observed at a 12:30 p.m. lunc
eon to be held at the temple Mol
era attending will be presented w
orchids,
The Or Olom picnic sponsored .
nually by the Brotherhood is s
for Sunday. May 2:i. at Tropic
Park beginning at 11 a.m. Fun
raised will be donated to the te
pie, and an English racing bi
will be featured gift of the day.
Brotherhood officers elected al
recent meeting are Jack UM
I resident; Dr. Bert Kleiman. P;.
Ginsberg, vice presidents; Man
Zalis, treasurer; Murray ICa>
Marvin Solomon. Ralph Fistel.
cretaries.
Members of the board are Geor
Friedman. Finery Green, M.
Eaton, George Abbott. Lawren
Wulkan and Dr. Jordan Matlin.
-
Stephen S. Wise, settled in the IS |,,.u. sneet, Common Sense.'' and Chapter; Mrs. Harvey E. Kramer. J\sfhma ReseOrCK Party
In 1940. he was named rabbi of
Temple B'nal Abraham oi New-
ark, the oldest .lewi-h congrega-
tion in New Jersey, which he still
serves.
In his adopted country Dr. Prinz
won a landmark court victory-' '' president. Women's Division; and
1960, in support of the young "sit- Mesdames Leonard Sideraky, presi.
m" demonstrators seeking to end dent, Biscayne Chapter, Joseph Al-
segregation at lunch counters in buquerque, president. Louise Wise
the South, he led an AJCongrest Chapter, and Benjamin Kamen.
picket line in front of Woolworth's Miami Chapter.
Greater Miami Cliapter, Cliildr (
Asthma Research Institute an
Hospital, held a noon card par i
on Monday at Agudath Achini s
nagogue.
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At the Israel Bond 17th anniversary of the Kronish who was installed chairman of the
State of Israel celebration Sunday at the Fon- Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization dur-
tainebleau Hotel are (left to right) Sen. John ing the program; and Leonard Rosen, outqoing
Pastore (D.-R.IA guest speaker; E. Zev Sufott, chairman. (See story, Page 10-A).
emissary of the State of Israel; Rabbi Leon ____if____________________
Hollywood Sinai
Elects Officers
Abe Durbin. chosen ; Temple Sin;ii annual election meet
; ins, will serve as president for 1963-
66.
A congregation vice president for
i the past two years. Durbin served
as Men's Club president 1962-64.
Other temple officers are vice
presidents, Robert J. Margolis,
Fred P. Greene, Melvin J. Zol-
Ur; treasurer, Charles E. Conn;
financial secretary, Norman
Platt; recording secretary, Sam
M. Jacobson.
Board members are Paul Anton.
iDr. Morton Balick, Herman L. Bel-
ter, John .1 Burton. David I-Yld
man. Dr. Howard J. Fuerst. Allen
lordon. Moses I!. Ilahaniovitch.
BamueJ Miraohman, Sidney Kay.
Harry Kessler.
Also Seymour Mann. Ernest
V.ichiiclson. Samuel Oblrtz. S.
Joeeph Perry, Adolph Schonfeld, nick, Dr Norman v
I. ABE OURBIi,
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Op.n 1 30
Leonard Abess Reelected President
Of Mt. Sinai Hospital at Annual Meet
Leonard L Abess was reelected
president of Mount Sinai Hospital
:; the 16th annual meeting held
Thursdaj evening, Apr. 29.
Abess is chairman oi the board
of Citj National Hank, past presi-
dent "i Dade Count] Community
Chest, and a former chairman of
the State Board oi Accountants. He
has been a trustee of Mount Sina
H ispital -nice 1949, and has served
as treasurer and vice president.
Reelected as chairman of the
board was Max Orovitz, and vice-
Lebediker Branch
Installation Here
Installation and Israel's 17th an-
niversary oi independence were to
be celebrated al a meetii g Thur.-
< ;. at Washington Federal, 1234
ngton Ave
Tv entj two officers oi the Labe-
.-..rich i Parband wire to be
installed, with the program also
featui ing a pi esental ion ol po< i -
Hosl pecial collation were
ti be Mi and Mrs Solomon Par
P Zuckerman,
ne i from a s nil hern re-
,i- to present a re-
Chairman of the board. .1 Herald
Lewis, with Baron deHirsoh Meyer
reelected as honorary president
Oilier officers elected at the meet-
were David P Cateman, Sam
.1 lleiman. Krne.-t lams and Dan
Ruskin, vice presidents: Leonard
A Wien, seoretary; Max \' Cogen
and Sam A. (ioldstein. assistant se-
cretaries; Jo.seph M. Liplon. treas.
urer; Paul R. (Jordan and Sam tl
Levenson, assistant treasurers.
.Mount Sinai Hospital board is
made up oi 59 elected members, ii>
of whom are life trustees, plus the
president oi the Auxiliary of the
' ospital
Elected as a life trustee at the
annual meeting was Maj. Albert
u arner
Reelected as trustee for three
years were Edward L. Cowen, Paul
Fas'iffe, A. C. Fine, Sam \ Gold-
sti in, Ri berl Z. Greene, Nathan
Gumenick, Ernest Janis, Aaron
Kanner. J. Gerald Lewis, Dan Rus-
kin and Leonard A. Wien, for two
years, Ben Blum and A. J, Mola
sky; tor one-year terms, .lame- M
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t haikin, Hank Meyer and John N.
bin.
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Israel 'Desperately' in Need of Arms
Cntinuedfrom Page l-A
L -hich carries a 1,000-poond
fef nd .h. A. K.hir with a
C warhead. The f.r.l has a
""rfflS miles the second
"* of 375 m"es How,ver'
l"M* -dated there is no evi-
5S tS h ye*de-
., modern guida""- Vfr
lhr these weapons, and ex-
j doubt about Egyps abil-
^"pinpoint the targets.
a ,. ., Bined army
fepm*". .u,ly with
ncan weaf udm* "'"
lieavj Patton tank, n- air foree
!:;.. nlj about 60 craft, including
i or two squadrons i>i obsolete,
Hut: li built fighters Iraq
shown in the survey to have about
75,000 men in three infantrj divi-
sions, a mi unt.mi dh ision and thre>
' rigadca of special Defense Minis-
try troi pi n armor includes 250
Russian T-30 and T-54 tanks, its air
tone has 250 craft, including se>
eral types ol the Russian MIG
fighters.
Syria has an arm) of 60,000 men,
with some 500 tanks mostly Rus-
sian, and between 150 and 200 air-
craft. Lebanon has an arm) of in.-
'"> men an : a small air force in-
cluding about 20 British Hunter
and Vampire lighters According to
he survey, Israel's enemies could
call upon more than 100.000 troops.
excluding reservi s and gendarmery
reinforcements from other Arab
countries
Against all this combined Arab
"overkill capability," the survey
concluded, Israel has a strength
of 250,000 men. Its regular army
strength has only three infantry
brigades and one armored divi-
sion equipped with medium
tanks, some of them the obso-
lete Shermans. Israel's air force
is given as containing only 450
planes, including five squadrons
of French-built Mystere fighters
and the same number of light-
strike aircraft.
Israel's "desperate need" for
more modern arms is shown by Is-
rael's > in renl inti resl in obtain-
British Hawker. Siddelcj and
Buccaneer low level bomb rs and
'he British Chieftain tank-, the pub-
lished n port says The latter are
the in is! formidable weapons of
their kind in existence
Jack Woody Due
At Academy
Miami Beaeh Recreation Depart-
ment supervisor Jack Wood) will
be guest speaker Mondaj before
the Hebrew Academy PTA. He will
talk on the recreational facilities
on Miami Beach. Meeting is sched-
uled to start at 12:30 p m
Mrs Samuel Rosner, PTA presi-
dent, announced the regular meet-
v ill be preceded by a special
"coffee with the Rabbi" session for
parents who will have a question
and answer period with Academy
principal. Rabbi Alexanders. Gross.
Highlight of the meeting will be
election Of new officers tor the
coming school year.
CHARLES W. CHAM. JR.
Realtor and Appraiser
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Senior Vice President
M. LUTHER MERSHON
Senior Member ol La* fir
Mershon Sawye' Johnston
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JOSEPH S. MOSS
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?rch.lect. F A I A President
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Jewish HerkUar
today, May 7,
World Jews Mourn Tragedy
si:\\ YORK (JTA) Jews victorious!) in the Israeli War of
foughout the tree world joined Independence and the fight for sur
! is week in commemorating key viva! that followed?" He added that
1 ente of Hitler's satanic attempt to the heritage thej lefl was not only
1 stroj every Jewish man. woman for and in Israel, not only for Jews
. d child in Europe during World hut for all free men.
ciation of Jewish New Americans,
which co-sponsored the memorial
service.
In Montreal, a communal rally
was held at the CHevra Kadisha-
B'nai Jacob Synagogue. Six can-
1 IT11 ,. The Warsaw Ghetto Jews held dlea symbolic of the martyred Six
1 he events memorialized in the fl lht, Nazla and preserved for all MilH()n W(.,.(1 Mayor Jean Drap-
l therings were the holocaust itself, |o lls a hum:in dig,,*,, ,hat their issui,,, proclamation urging
the anniversary of Uie uprising in oppressors would otherwise have Montreal t. zens I(1 jnm in the
: 13 ol the doomed Jews in the
Warsaw Ghetto against the Nazi
de, and the anniversary of the
1 >eration of the death camps the
/ ci 1 for their mass iimr-
r program
ruined." he said, lie cited the views
. the late President Kennedy that
the ghetto resistance was "a chajv
ter in the annals of human horo-
ism."
Dr. Max Nussbaum. ZOA pres-
Israel's two million Jews halted j^ent. made a strong plea tor I'ni
activities tor one minute in
, mory of the 6.d00.(H) European
1 uish victims Special memorial
- vices were held in schools and
vices at synagogue s
Premier Eshkol and Dr. Nahum
'cldmann attended an unveiling
: eremony at a monument in
he Treblinka death camp. A
-.onument in memory of the
-tore than 1,000,000 Jew child vic-
ms of the holocaust was un-
.eiled on Mount Zion in Jeru-
: alem.
[n a Remembrance Hay broad-
i -t. A. E. Kubovy. director of the
"i id Vashem, the Israel Center for
e Documentation of the HOJJO-
c ust. implied that Germany re-
3 ained unrepentant He cited the
< bate over West German exten
>n for four and a half years of
e statute ol limitations for pro-
edition of Nazi war criminals. He
-, id that the debate had made it
> ear that Germany refuses to ac-
ci pt the demand of the entire civil-
i.ed world to recognize Nazi crimes
crimes against humanity."
I is address was part of a Remem-
'ance Day broadcast marking the
: th annh ersary ol the liberation ol
e death camps
The principal United States ob-
- nance was held in New York
'. ty where thousands gathered at
; iocs Square briefly renamed .
Warsaw Ghetto Square" with a
! ige photographic reproduction of
. granite monument on the site
the fc rnier ghetto as a back-
op. The rally was held under the
tspices of the Zionist Organiza-
on of American and co-sponsored
30 national metropolitan Jewish
'ganizations.
Sen. Robert F. Kennedy told
-he gathering that the 60,000 Jews
vho died fighting the Naiis in the
Warsaw Ghetto battle were the
'beginning of the end" for Hitler
because resistance movements all
over Europe took heart from
-heir example. He said the resist-
ance forces occupied the attention
of millions of German soldiers
'who had to be very mindful
hat their victims, given the
-.hance, could turn on them."
Those 60.000 Warsaw Ghetto vie-
ins. the Senator said, "directly
elped to found the State of Israel"
.] -who c.hi say how much the
,'arsaw Ghetto meant to those who
have fought so valiantly and
llUIItS *II'1| IIU^IUVIII "I till inu i ,
tan Jewish Committee, told the synagogue to commemorate the an
ally that the destruction of the niversary of Uie liberation of Nazi
tid States ratification of the Uni-
ted Nations Genocide Covention.
Morris Abram, l.s. representative
to the IN Commission on Human
Rights and president of the Amer
ici
r
kind if which the Jews were vic-
tim in uaitimc Europe would be
impossible now because of 20 years
it human rights progress.
In Philadelphia, several thous-
and persons stood with bowed
heads as the Jewish chant for the
dead, "El Molay Rachamim, "was
recited in memory of the murder-
ed European Jews. The memorial
ceremony, held at the Monument
to the Six Million, marked the
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising anniver-
sary. The 18-foot bronze memo-
rial, unveiled a year ago, was
created in Italy by Sculptor
Nathan Rapoport and brought to
Philadelphia by the Federation of
Jewish Agencies and the Asso-
city wide i bserv ance
Typical of the i bservances in Eu.
rope was a meeting in Brussels
marking the Warsaw Ghetto Up-
rising anniversary. After rites at
the Greal Synagi gue, the particip-
ants marched silently through the
city's streets to the Tomb of Un-
known Soldier. The National Con-
federation of Belgian Political Pri-
soners organized a memorial at the
camps
In Paris, a solemn appeal to Sov-
iet Foreign Minister Andre Gromy
ko. then in Paris on an official
visit, to permit reunion of families
separated by World War II and
Nazi persecution emerged from a
mass meeting to commemorate the
Warsaw Ghetto rev It. Several thou-
sand people crowded the huge Paris
Hall.
The appeal to Gromyko was made
on behalf of local Jewish organiza
tions by Dr. F. Menahem who told
the assemblage that it was "a tragic
fact" that 20 years after the war.
the three million Soviet Jews were
being "deprived of their culture
and prevented from freely exer
cising their faith."
A contribution to the day camp scholarship fund of the Y\
and WHA of Greater Miami was presented last ,veek by rtJ
Coral Gables Sertoma Club 'o help two needy childr-
tend the summer program of the "Y." Shown mckinq the pr&j
sentation is Edward Raduns (left), president, to Emanuel TropeI
associate director of the "Y."
He said he was appealing to
Gromkyo not only as a Jew but
also as a Frenchman "at a time
when relations between France
and the Soviet Union were be-
coming closer." He said that
French public opinion "cannot re-
main mute" in the face of "such
an injustice" as the disabilities
imposed on Soviet Jews.
In Buenos Aires, one of the heroes
vho survived the Nazi destruction
niversary that there ere still
Nazis and ex Y, ,,round th
v. orld "ready to -t<-p into Hi'lerl
vacant hoots" Known by the undo
ground name oi Antek."
Zukerman (old the thousand!
the rall> that there were acod
Nad groups now in Ormaajl
France. Sweden ;,n<\ the Anwic
The rally was staged liy thel
'the central organization of Arffl
tine Jewry, and the Jewish Cu
tminity of Buenos Aires Thenl
ol ihe (ihetto warned at a mass was featured throughout Argei
rally commemorating the revolt an- by press, radio and television.
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Rights are Cited
To Canadian Unit
Continued from Page 1-A
d rather than the Provincial.
vel In the field of education, it
as requested that Jews be exempt-
ed from taking examinations on a
.wish holiday or on the Sabbath,
other requests included: Avoid-
nee of elections and plebiscites mi
ie Sabbath; the right of observant
cws and Seventh Day Adventists
open their businesses on Sundays.
they elose on Saturdays; a gen-
ral anti-discrimination clause or
ill ol rights for the Province of
< intario.
"Spurious golf clubs, which are
i reality public courses, excluding
nwanted religious practitioners or
aces mm attacked. Another pro-
<>sal asked that racial stereotypes
i school textbooks be eliminated.
he CJC also reiterated its opposi-
ion to religious instruction in pub.
c schools, and requested that
more attention bo given to those
caching Nazism and other extrem-
it, political philsophies, "of the
i ight and left "
MILTON SIRKIN
SOUTH MIAMI BEACH
HEADQUARTERS
859 WASHINGTON AVE.
PHONE: JE 1-5816
Last week I went with a
group of men to the office of
MUton Sirkin In No. 1 Lin-
coln Road.
Milton was expecting only
me and he was surprised to
see Max Orovitz, Baron dt
Hlrsch Meyer. C. L. Cle-
ments St., Jimmy Albert.
Gus Geiger. Max Boderman,
Saul Weingarten, Robert L
Turchln and other*.
In fact to say he was sur-
prised understates. He was
startled.
Ot'R PI -RPOSE was to
try to convince Milton Sirkin
to run for City Council. It is
a time for a change and in
our opinion he represents the
kind of man who would serve
Miami Beach well.
In previous conversations,
I had heard Mai Englander
talk about the need for bet-
ter Councilman and he o'ten
made the remark to Milton
Sirkin that If Sirkin would
run, he. Englander. would
get off the Council. We now
know that Englander didn't
mean what he said but that
Is another story.
After more than an hour's
discussion. Sirkin was per-
suaded. Having finally said
yes. he then began to ask a
couple, of questions about
affairs of policy and person-
I.IU. U Ih. -it.
MAX Orovitr stopped
him: -Milton, nobody here
even wants to discuss this
with you. The decisions you
make are up to you Any-
body's advice you want to
ask. I'm sure they'll be glad
fo give. But you're not going
to find anybody trying to tell
you what to do and certainly
this group Isn't."
At this pont. Bob Turchln
spoke. "Milton." he said,
"this same group helped me
get elected. I ran tell you
that not one of them has
ever come and asked me for
a thing nothing."
I'm a newcomer to Miami
Beach by most standards,
having been here only two
years (June 1). But I can tell
you I was thrilled to see and
hear what I did in Milton
Sirkin's office that recent
morning.
Kingmakers* Well. If you
eal) what I have told you
klngmaking thsn your dcf.ni-
tlon Is different from mine
RATHER, it repress:, tl
the concern of many pcopV
not Just those who called
on Milton that it's time
for a change at City Hall It
reflects the feeling that the
quality of our representation
on City Council does not
match the problems faced by
the Council
Rotte Nelll
I do not like the idea of *
newspaper editor even ui .-
Ing individual people to run
for office. Better he should
choose from among those
who offer. But when we have
a deteriorated situation and
still good men are reluctant,
then I think an editor would
be blind to his duty i( with
others, he didn't try to enlist
tome able candidates
I have faith in the peop.e
of Miami Beach to ciiooe (or
themselves o- Jure 1 n choose wisely.
FOR CITY COUNCIL


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Paqe 9-A.
fonisia Recalls Ambassador from Egypt

I
Ml"
-3ti Pag M
.mi' submit-
hi', re
pri posals
ihe Arab Lea-
.-: i. ;i Ii' '-'
.. 11 the mem
ihal issue.
. F: II'
I-"'
ti the Tunisian
ro, which in-
: Arab ref oees,
;. 03 as a Zion-
j'ion fol'owed
^y Ejypt that
- its ambassador
the wake of an
, -: rptian Embassy
T-. r,,ptian Govern-
sly denounced
:?r s bid to be an
;-.veen the Arabs
Fjrtian Ministry
moud R'9 *W the Egyptian
toil -: ,nis week ,haf
, Tno rt-:
,iKrou':- "
lwi*d i
Tunis'"
i Twr-is.
limulta-
, Tunisia"
redijr.
"(hi* is a case in which there
can be no intermediary, no ne-
gotiations nor compromise."
Ibe Egyptian Foreign Minister's
statement was the lirsi official
Egyptian cemment on Bourguiba's
tommenl for Aral) recognition and negotiation on mil and
ing i su -. including the status ol
the Palestine Arab refugees The
'a '". oicc I the Arabs" Radi i
charged Bourairba v/Un "aggrcs
t-111 < 11- against Egypt and
.'. lestine."
The Egj pti r National \ssemblj
the Government to intei venc
met ;eticallj ,-to hall further Bour
guiba statements and assure the
unitj < i the Arab world u-Ji -re
Palestine is concerned The chaii
man t th" Assembly's Arab affairs
ci mmittee also denounced the
Tunis an's efforts and said there
was no reason why Tunisia should
continue as a number of the Arab
I eague but he did not call for
I mi: ia's ouster
Both Prime Minlsti r Levi Eshkol
and Foreign Minister Golda Meir
c mmented directly in Tel Aviv
this week on the proposals for Arab
Israeli pear,, talks made by Presi
t'ent Habib Bourguiba of Tunisia,
Speaking at the Center on Foreign
vffairs ol the Mapai Party. Mr.
K-liki I repeated an earlier asser
lion to the effect that the besl solu
>l the Arab refugee problem
I r thoir settlement "among theii
brothers in Arab sta es
pbbcp Endorses View That Judaism
wld Missionize Among Unaffiliated
By 5=e: *' Report
|\,r> vi Rt. Rev. .lames
:: -. the Episcopal
nia. endorsed a
ii in Reform Ju-
lj and actively
. usly unat-
oerfiiasively."
larcd
Bishop Pike

-Th Ih .
: A.llf
R
Mt, presi
% -
AHC -
'
mem
n -
i
m.l
Jew i 'i or

- are contained
Faith Survive?
-d Afterthoughts
the recent
mice \. Eisen-
ihe Union of
i ongregations
arenl body cf
the western
e than one
in its 660 con-
Writing in Wl current issue of
l*Ameican Jwci ,m." the official
|*r!erly migii ne of the UAHC,
I Bishop Pike >i 3 "It has gener-
lllly ponies C-- stians, especial-
llr tnese wN5> .nderstanding of
iJudiism is efficient for them to
Iwiciat* Hst :;mmon theolog-
ical bickaro.,.-; setween Judaism
lind so mix sound Christian
Itraoition. why Jjdaism has typ-
liully not :;en missionary-
laindea."
ith
.;.
ttkii. i,
'.lined. "One can
reticence about
I'speciauy these
percentage of
ally secularists
not Judaism be
o its commun-
' in-in those
e n ligious com-
fuum
ici
Ri bbi Kisendrath
- the matter so
In "The l'nvanislnn-4 .lew." the
i ok's i pening chapter. Dr. Fi-en-
t'rath stated, "Either Judaism has
somothil l: tn saj to modern man
or it hasn't. If it has. we have the
( ut\ to share it."
Men toda) seek a rational faith.
lie said, ore < I passion and action,
i faith which "tar fn m besmirch-
ina man with innate original sin.
affirms instead his capacity, as ci>-
partner with Rod. to shape a world
..f peace and justice."
.Ii: laism has the inherent quali-
ties to satisfy ih's search, accord-
ug t-i Dr. Eisendrath. "We can re-
plenish far mine than are forsak-
ing our ranks replenish not with
numbers only, but with converts far
more committed than those periph
eial malcontents who so eagerly
'loose lie band of the yoke.' which
I am confident, myriad- are ready,
willingl} and joyously, to assume."
i: hop Pike avers l.hal "tan
Faith Survive"" is iiiii>ort.;nt in the
greater dial gue between Christian
aiid Jewish traditions arid that it
provides "a good entrj into the
meaning, life and direction (of Ju-
dai :n and into the mind and hear;
II an inspirit .: leadt r."
Red Cross Annual Meeting
Dade C < u n t > Chapter of the
tun ru.in Red Cross will hold its
annual dinner meeting al the Ei
tglades Hotel on Wednesday, May
Ii at 7:30 p ni Ji lin 15. Turner is
chairman of the Annual Meeting
Committee. Ramone s Eaton, vice
president of American National Red
Cross, will be guest speaker
me" _:r"-.'/ Daniel Neal Heller (right) is cited by Depart-
reCe-ti tor5da' Iewish War Veterans, tor his contributions
ca.Tia I*""'' ?rinciPles oi ,he JWV as immediate past national
^Dtohnf*'* "'!akin9 tne citation is Ainslee R. Ferdie. Florida
itejoari' ';>mmander. as Albert Schwartz, of Atlanta. Ga.,
wereTi! r.->" zander, looks on. Sponsors of the presentation
Presde- T^*** ?loridian and Joseph Schlang. of New York,
dct'-j. T : "re Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage Foun-
Complete "repatriation" in Is-
rael for the Arab refugees, num-
bering over 1,030,000 accord-
ing to some figures, was one of
Ihe points advanced in Mr. Bour-
guiba's peace formula.
Mrs Mi ir said, at the same meet-
ing, that only one solution c iuld
in i v, ni Israeli res >rt to militarj
action on Ihe Jordan River water
i h sol ition she said, is
i revc'sal ol th d< cision to di
ol the Jordan.
Foreia Mil ister liabib B lur
guiba, Jr., of Tunisia said this week
that he touched "only very lightly"
ni President Bourguiba's proposals
foi Arab Israel peace when he met
with Secretary of State Rusk and
other state Department officials in
Washington. The foreign minister,
on of the President, voiced hpe
that other Arab nations would heed
Tunisia s call for a reasonable set-
Hi nenl of the Arab-Israel impasse
based on his lather's proposals
I hope we will not be alone."
he -..id. adding that he felt other
Aral countri mid displaj "wta
dom." The purpose of ins mission
to Washington however, was >
assistant e F< r Tunisia's tour
vear economic plan to be launched.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
AND
REPORT OF NOMINATING COMMITTEE and PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO BY-LAWS
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE BY-LAWS, THE NOMINATING COMMITTEE IS PLEASED TO AN-
NOUNCE THAT THE FOLLOWING NOMINEES FOR OFFICERS AND GOVERNORS WILL BE
PRESENTED FOR ELECTION AT THE FORTHCOMING ANNUAL MEETING OF THE GREATER
MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION. SUCH ANNUAL MEETING WILL BE HELD ON SATURDAY, MAY
22, 196S, AT 7:15 P.M., AT THE YM & YWHA OF GREATER MIAMI, 8500 S.W. 8th ST., MIAMI
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ROBERT D. BLUM. JR
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MRS. HOWARD R. SCHARLIN
ALEX SCHNEIOMAN
ARNOLD SEEDED
MRS. HENRY SEITLIN
SAM SEITLIN
MENDELL SELIC
JOHN SERB.N
FRED K. SHOCHET
SAUL SILBERMAN
MRS. BENEDICT SILVERMAN
MRS SOL SILVERMAN
GEORGE A. SIMON
HARRY SIMONHOFF
MILTON S:RKIN
MRS. MILTON SIRKIN
HARRY B. SMITH
MRS HARRY B. SMITH
GEORGE SOGG
ABE SOLOSKO
MRS. GERALD SOLTZ
JUDGE HAROLD E. SPAET
DAV'D STUZiN
STEWART SUNNESS
CARL SUSSKIND
HAROLD THURMAN
BYRON J. TOPOL
JULIAN WEINKLF
JOSEPH WEINTRaUB
WILLIAM WE.NTRAUB
MILTON WEISS
A B. WIENER
OSCAR ZELTZER
MRS. OSCAR ZELTZER
HARRY ZUKERNICK
GOVERNORS DELEGATES FROM ORGANIZATIONS
. indicates 1964-65 delegat?
RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWlTZ
JAMES M. ALBERT
MRS. MORRIS ALPERT
RABBI SHIMON AZULAY
MILTON BALSAM
MRS. NAT BARTH
M A BASKIN
RABB. DR. HERBERT BAUMCARD
MRS. RUTH BERGER
MYRON M. BEHRMAN
PHILIP BFRKOWITZ
MAX BODERMAN
MRS. WILLIAM I. BRENNER
LOUIS BRESLER
MRS. ROSE L. BROWN
CHARLES CHARCOWSKY
BYRON CHERKAS
MAX COGEN
IS DOR A. COHEN
JOSEPH COHEN
ISAAC DONEN
LEON A. EPSTEIN
M.ps M'N*'"" fFINBERC
SAM FEINSTEIN
AINSLbt H. reRDIE
MARSHALL FEUER
MAURICE J- FINEGOLD
LEON FISHER
MRS LARRY FRIEDLAND
MRS. SAMUEL FROMMER
EFRAIM GALE
ANDREW A. GELLER
ARTHUR GELLER
MRS LEO GELVAN
SAMUEL GERTNER
where no .lppomtm
BEN CILLER
-nt nas bee"
"EIN
MRS. BURTON B GOLD-s-
jOSdH GORINSTT N
MISS LILLIAN OOOOMAN
DR. M'CHAEL GOO':
MRS M LTON
MRS. .1ARSHA1
DAN.LL NEAL HI I
MORRIS H ON G B -"..
ELI H U R W I T Z
MRS GEORGE !
IRV NG ACOBSON
JAC* KATZ AN
MURK'S y Al. FFVAN
ALAN KESSLER
ISIDOH H. KRA
RABB' LEON KRONlS-
MRS. FLOPFNCI- K'-P=ERVAN
SlD-N LANGER
MR ESSt LE VINE
MORA b LEVITT
MRS i L EANOR LIPTON
LEON-.RD LURIA
, \RD MANOLER
MRS .OSES MEYER
MRS OAv ID MUSKAT
OR -JSEPH NAROT
JOSEPH NEVEL
MORRIS NEWMARK
SAUL LL NIEBERG
MRS EDWIN OPPENHEIM
W LLI AM L. PALLOT
COL SIDNEY H. PALMER
MAX A PARNESS
MALRiCE PEARLSTEIN
JACK b POPICK
965-fc as of M,i> I, 19651
RABB JOSEPH RACKOVSKY
JACOB RIFK N
PHILIP ROSENBERG
HERSCHEL ROSF.NTHAL
RALPH ROSOFSKY
STUART ROTHCHILD
MRS. DONALD RUBIN
LOU'S RUDNICK
LEO RUTSTEIN
RVING SAAL
HARRY SACKS
M.CHAEL SALMON
PHILIP SCHIFF
IRVING SCHATZMAN
IRW N SCHULM 'N
MRS. GERALD SCHWARTZ
MRS. SIDNEY M, SCHWARTZ
LOUIS SCHWARTZMAN
PAUL SEIDERMAN
MRS. R. LOUIS SEITLIN
JACK SHENKMAN
SAM I. SILVER
MRS LAWRENCE SILVERMAN
MORRIS SIMON
JOSHUA Z. STADLAN
EDWARD STERN
LEWIS STERNSHEIN
HAROLD STRUMPF
MRS. CARL SUSSKIND
GEORGE TALIANOFF
RVtfG WEXLER
MRS IRVING WEXLER
DR llWON WILENSKY
DR. CELIA WOHL
JOE ZALIS
AT SAID ANNUAL MEETING THE MEMBERSHIP WILL BE REQUESTED TO APPROVE SEV-
ERAL CHANGES IN THE BY-LAWS. Briefly, the substance of sue* proposed amendments are:
T amend ARTICLE VIII, Section 7, so os to increose the site of the Bjet Committee to no more than Urty
(40) members,
b To amend ARTICLE VIII, Section 7. so as to increose the siie of the Executive Committee by a maximum of
five (51 members. RfSpecttu!l, submitted
DAVI0 P. CATSMAN, Secretory, Greater Miami Jewish Federation


?aqe 10-A
+Jewist fkrtMati
Friday, May 7,
Miami Buys $1,535,000 in Bonds
As Rabbi Kronish Takes Over Helm
faking over the helm as the new
Is ad Bond chairman last Sunday
tin' Israel Independence Day
Dinner Rabbi Leon Kronish an-
need a goal oi S3.000.000 for
He called upon the 600 com
11 unit) leaders attending the din-
i r ai the Fontainebleau Hotel for
1 eir support, anil they Immediatelj
sponded bj purchasing $1,535,
,vorth el bonds.
Thk was the largest amount ever
purchased al a single event in the
I story hi Israel Bonds in Miami.
Rabbi Kronish was officially in-
stalled as Greater Miami Israel
bond chairman to succeed Leon-
ard Rosen by the Hon. E. Zew
Sufott, emissary of Israel, who
came to Miami to represent his
government at the celebration.
s Sen. John O. Pastoie (D.
I, 1 i. who was guest speaker.
termed the outpouring of Israel
i ii (1 purchases in response to
Rabbi Kronish"> appeal "an exam-
Ihat will live indelibly in the
Proskauer Talks to High
Church Leaders in Rome
Continued from Page 1-A
iU I -1 take place as -the
greatest possible step forward for
id,, cause of human brotherhood."
i Felix Morlion, president and
i, mi- of Pro Deo University,
pledged thai the decree establish-
ing tin Internationa] Pro-Deo t'n-
ild hi' the basis f<;r future
velopment He noted that the
il Briel called <>n the Union to
work lor harmonization of the an
ii opological and sik-uI sciences
ai d I'u principles of philosophy and
theologj to help solve the spiritu-
al ami civic problems of the pres-
ume.
\,- stressed 'he Pro Deo tradi-
tion for active lay participation in
i, igious civil action and lauded
Judge Proskauer as one who 'had
practiced equality and justice and
certainly can teach equality and
Justice." Participants included the
iael's tremendous progress which
las not been aided by your Israel
Bond purchases," be said. There
ire Israel Bonds in ever) road, in ,
, en powerline, in ev rj factory,
ever) farm, ever) housing develop-
ment
Sufotl presented the "Chairman
of the Year Award to Leon
i;, -en for !-- role in Miami's
v i rid leading bond sales on a per
capita basis under his chairman-
"up in 1963-64.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-EI and
chairman of the Greater Miami
Combined Jewish Appeal, con-
ducted a ceremony of the light-
ing of a giant 17-branch Menorah
of statehood.
inInr- who were prominent par-
ticipants in the program included
Mis. Anna I'.renner Meyers, chair
.jiiun oi t.'ie Women's Division, who
pledged that the women of Miami
would continue their exemplary
role for Bonds;
Ehepard Broad, chairman for
banks and fiduciaries, who pointed
out that the sale of Israel Bond-
in the United States actually re-
sulted in a net balance of dollars
favoring the United states. i>e
cause Israel repaid 150 cents for
ecch dollar <>f the Bond loan:
James Albert, who presented the
dais;
Sam Blank, holder of Israel's Me-
dallion of Honor, who introduced
Sufott;
Isidore Hecht, who offered a
toast to the President of the United
Vatican Secretary ot State. Amleto states:
Cardinal Ciognani Joseph Cardinal Lewis Bower, who offered a
liei.in and many other cardinals------------------------------
several ol whom were guests later
at a dinner given by Judge Pros
kaui r
hearts oi all who are here to share
and to observe it
The S e n a t 0 r. chairman of the
Joint Congressional Committee on
\tonnc Energy, said "America is
gi ateful for yi ur support ol Israel
Bonds and what you are doing as
world citizens and as Americans
The free world needs Israel. We
need those democratic nations
that we can depend on a- friends."
The Senati r said, "The state of Is
rael will turn out to be the proving
ground, tfie land ol promise, for at-
oms for peai e "
Sen. Pastore made the state-
ment in reference to a coopera-
tive project between the United
States and Israel initiated a y*c
ago by President Johnson for the
use of nuclear power in the de-
salination of sea water.
Earlier, Sufotl expressed the ap-
preciation Of his government for
the outstanding support Miamians
h;d given Israel through the Is
rael Bond program.
"There is hardly a phase of Is-
AUTHORIZED DIAll*
Sine* 195 5
The Pro-Deo University, estab-
lished in Rome 20 years ago has
1,5C0 students in postgraduate
studies in law, politics, history,
public administration and related
courses.
It includes an Institute i : Applied
Social Studies endowed by Rich
aid Cardinal dishing of Boston,
for training ol priest- Henrj Kauf-
mann emigrated to the l'nited|
Stati at 16 Iri in his native Cer
many and founded the Kaufmann
department store, with his broth-
ers. Before his death in 1!I5."> he
donated millions to charitable
causes
Lakeside Memorial Park
N.W. 25th Street at 103rd Avenue
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A Community
MOTHER'S DAY MEMORIAL SERVICE
TO BE CONDUCTED BY
RABBI HENRY WERNICK
TO BE HELD
SUNDAY, MAY 9th, 1965
AT 1 1:30 AM
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toast to the President of Israel.
Participants in the lighting of the
Menorah of Statehood were .Mr.
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bearers, Ur and Mrs. Hen Blum.
holders of the pilot li 'it. Mr. and
Mrs Lewis K Bower, Mr. and Mrs.
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Sidney Gans, Mrs Tessie Litt, Mr.
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'Mrs Alexander Muss, Mr .^Jl
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7, 1965
"Jfnlstncr/c/isirj
Paqe 11-A
Cardinal Bea Explains Pope's Talk
Continued from Page 1-A
bdeclara..... waa "stiUin
d5 of the Secretariat. He
' ,ha, the decIaraUon had
nxM preiiminarj approval art
fSri Council session last No-
liToyavoteol 1.992 to 99 ami
P loiil "i 269 amendments
.submiuf.1 i Council Fathers.
rJsiKl there rai still opposition
Lfci-hurih <" declaration
LT h.' asserted, came mainly
.Middle Ea ' t eal difficulty" in
* outers) that the dec-
JJiion was entirely religious
Soai political neaning. He dec-
rti that the Secretariat was
^Bit could i" help the prelate
understand the declaration.
, that the opposition there
, political from prelates who
i it would be "abused*' to
Bjthcn Israel and lead the Vat-
ican to recognize Israel.
From Rome came a report
quoting informed sources as say-
ing that any conclusions that the
ultra-Conservatives in the Vatican
had achieved any success in dilut-
ing the Declaration would be in-
correct. The sources referred to
the publication in March of an
article by Bishop Luigi Carli of
Segni justifying the deicide
charge. The sources said that it
had been obvious, even before
publication of that article, t!iat
the ultra-Conservative prelates
would make a final desperate
stand against the pro-Jewish
draft.
The comments were e\ kerl by
reports thai the draft had been
diasticalh revised bj an ad hoe
Vatican Commission, headed by
Bishop Carli The sources stressed
tha; the established procedural con-
the possibility should not exchid
that Conservative pressures mig
Lniluence the text of thedeclarati
in final stages The final < ote
trolof th si.i.ii.i tii.. ,in..u.... : .i the document is expected at i
... of ,h, Secretwy-on thedeclara-Ues ol the ad hoe commission. ,,., Cound| S(.>M(, ,aI,,, ,
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+JmUt> rhrldian
Fiidcv.
May 7
Ke/i
'3
tOMS
&
crvices
^"77 O// / V SYNOPSIS OF TORAH PORTION OF THE WEEK KEDO '"
AGUDATH ACHIM. 6305 Collins Ave
Orthodox.
F I I! '" |i.m. Sal urilu> V .* in HO
i Ki.i.ln.-li IiohIi il li. Mr nil Mrn
Ihtvld Vbrahnin.
\SHE EMES. 2533 SW ith Av*
Conservative. Emaniiel Kushelewitz.
president. Cantor Solomon Pakuwitz.

BETH DAVID 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Con-
ervative. Cantor William W. Lip-
ion.
I i IdM Hml v.' |.m Si ihi 'li T"
- ii Hfj ., i.i. Um* MitsMiri v.hi..'
I.. i h, .!.. Mr. .i.i Mm Myt-i
\ I n .- Hal nil ij : n.lll S.i in. .ii
"Scripture nml \ M"rallt> l-bii
(vata Vlan, wi Mi itti I Mrs
li- r* in Kiwi ill hal Si r\ i. .....-
. loll .1 b> It ll>bl Kill z.r A I- I i.
- ----
ETH EL. 500 f.v 17th Ave. Ortno-
dox Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
I .|;l.\ i-.l^ \K)JI.< > lni>i> V.in .' in
s. i nun ll.moi Inn l-r.i. 'Till until-
.. nrj 'inii. j...!!'1. a. with Stuuiri
n .;..;-' i-.m.
BETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Berei Wein.

BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Ntcdern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Btn,aniin Ben.An.
Friday miu-'I Sutimia} f. u in
Mother i >..\ .- rmon. "\\\ a ,
Hunur mi MnUna in i.if. mi l In
||..iili" liar Mltzvah: Kuril... >"ii nl
anil Mi- Albert Adattu
---- ----
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
13630 W. Dait Hw>: Conservative.
Raboi Richard Marcoviu. Cantor
Seymour Hinkev
i > i mi..... l-r.i. I'*
s. \. :t:. n Veal f..' 'ii' Shabbal
I ..-!> .i I.. Sinti liund Satui da) '
a in
----- -----
BETH TFILAH. "Zc Em-lid Av r>r.
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovtky.

BETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th
Ave. Conserv itive. Rabbi Max Lip-
chit*. Cantor Be" Z-on Kirschen-
Ulim.
Krida) 6 nnil p in Mol hi r'li I '.i >
ii l- thi i'idil lane Ma ma T.<-
.... VVhal She Shnuld lie'."' Saturila]
8 in. |ar M It-xvali I:. i, n-ii ..|
Mi and Mr~. Kalldi i Sol don; Ji ff. null
'I ud Mm Kalph i UIm u Min-
ii ;.. p in Kai Mi > ah: Mare, w>n
v and Mia. Mill n l.. v>
--------
B NAI RAPHAEL 1401 NW 183rd St. i
Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Jack Le.ner
!-' :<}..> :.' i.'n Sirnimi: "Hul" in-
| 1 -in Sa u ibi > itl I '.-
all Itk-llii ... hi n "f Mr and
M .1- l S< in Its- ll. ItD. Mil
'. :.- p.m
---- ----
CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF MI-
AMI 1242 Washington Ave Ortho-
dox. R.ibDi Dov R02-ncv.eig.
---- ----
FLAG'-ER GRANADA 50 NW 51st
Pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
enteid Cantor George Goldberg.
r -1 h: II
I .Urn. A
rn. m .iibi s .;
r
CANDLEUGHTlNG TIME
5 Iycrr 6:38 pan.
WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Avt. Reform.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
h'rid.i} Mil !' mll> wi-vlii
I hum ..- nt Ri ItsUm* St-l.....I
-in.I. hi- III in-.-, in ii flm al ii lliuti
......hi :- and fa I hi m
-
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW
120th St. Reconstruction^ Rabbi
Morns Skoo. Cantor Heiman Gott-
lieb.
Rrlilio p.in Mnthi r' l*a> rniini
"Thi I- ii'. ndnienl it'iil It*
Sal Urdu :..
~. in, .ii "n.. .1. u i-li Mot hi r ..i III v
-IEDREW ACADEVV. 2400 Pmetree '-' Ma; hirthilnj .1.......n "II In
dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S. hlenaed
,, TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
l"'"i-'- '" ..... "'" Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon K.oni.h.
1:1 '' '" Cantor David Convner.
SRAEL.TE CE'.TER. 3175 SW 25t- '. \" \<.\'"r^ :\\ 'X' r
St Conservati.e. Rabb, Sh-nar^ X*"S*tth N&.
T. Swirsky. Cantor Lou.i Cf.eM. _,, .,, Mr_ .lnJ M,^ ,,..,...., U
The .leu Views the Kivlng Ol alms as one aspect i i
"Ye shall do no unrighteousness in Judgment ......,
weight, or in measure, .lust balances, jusi weight l>a
have" iLev. 19 35-36).
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not wholly
i-' Ida) ii
in- -ii I tort lot "' Wi i k." Ibtr
Ml vali M.-'rl Mr an Mm
li Obi r! Mlm
War n. noli ol M r hi.I Ml Julius
Abraham Slrassteld.

MINVONAIRES CONGREGATION.
3737 Bird Rd Modern Traditional.

OHEV SHALOM 911 Normandy Dr
man
lay n non V. shall
!., ii..u M i'. ;to ii in
JEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 645
Coli.n, Ave. Rev. Cantor Sad, N.h- TEMPL t%mAt 137 NE |h st
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R Narot.
- ;" a-m. i- i-t:.v > ij | m s. w. .lew*
Sermon; rh. IMiinitj of M< and Jcaua." a m w book l Prol Sam-
TEMPLE ADATh'vESHURUN Con- ^^"fr,^ & WrtStS',
servat.ve 10IS NE 1S3rd St. Miami ,, ,.,,,, v, f ,,. R, l|v|u, Sl.....I
Gardens Rd Rabbi Jonah E. Capian ,, ,, M.,..u portion* ..f thi
Cantor Main e Neu- rery .
Si ,,.. .i ._ a> ---
Xu I'...... hi M ill. Knal WhJ TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave.
- lurda> i i MIIKVah: Ray- Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Mo'ni Kip-
timnd, -......' Mr and Mm I'harlf* per.
lb Itl rn Shalunt Irnacl, liap- Prldai s 13 n.m. Pulpit -.
|J llirthilaj Snnlord St-ltier, .1..1..1 s.....hi-ai
----- 1"..in..il I'nlun ot Unrrii'iiii II
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall '''- Hn- Sl-rmon W.
Dr., So Miami. Retomi. Rabbi and Ji
Herbert Ba.imgard.
Krida) 1 Mnther" I in) r.
in..11 !;.. Mother* in Irrai H 1
nrdii) I lar M lavali \\ II
Ml 1I11 l>) till-
tieh.inl i.i IH ..11.1 Mm
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TEMPLE MENORAH 620 75th St
Conservative. Rahbi Mav-e Abeam-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
A TASTE OF HEBREW
TEMPLE NER TAMID 80th St and
Tat m Wate'wav. Modei- Tradi-
tional. Rabni Eunen* Lahcvitz
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
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TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservativf
B" S St Miami Rabbi
Samuel April Cantor Nico Pe'di. an
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TEMPLE SINA; OP NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform Rabbi
Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale
Kl'ldiis .l". |i i
v. ill iimd i -. \ ii \i.,
!'..>. hi.I group ni >> i i-
nill In ii mill .1

TEMPLE TlFERETH JACOB 951
E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative.
I' i p.m S itu tin i .i hi llai
Mllavnh TI.....Ion aon ol Mr, und
Mr- :' ibi Vim ri- : ii-f-nei
i .Mi and Mm R< rnard N'el n-
---- ----
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brook*
Cantor Ben Oickson.
i' i'l..' -:'' ii.in Sermon "lienlKn for
l'. -' Inj Kit unlas :l.'i .. in Si i
"The Portion of ihe Week Bar MIU*
K. mi. ill. -.ii of Ml u Id Mr*
I'.ivi.l St. i>
---- ----
TEMPLE 7ION. 1000 Miller Rd
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man.
----
TlFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave Conservative. Raobi Henri
Werniek.
Prldns : i. m s. rmon \ T
I" M SK|. i l,.-.,l win
' >ni b sii.,i.i.,. ,i honm nil .
ii mill Si-iei heaiil
mil..' Sermon: Tli. i
Ihe IV. k. Klddui
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YOUNG ISMAtL 900 NE 171st St
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Staubtr.
' *HI It .\ :i III -
in .ii -. vi ni.-. nth \ni
-'i'. ni i .. 'I
Mi-
ami R leal .\
" 0t ,'<.r:. ti Jp-
pet | here is
DR MAX I ll'-c ||! rZ
fpiriludl !r,'er (>/ Brth Torah
C"Hl m of Tsjorrli .\fijtni
r. ich.
. u^ataasBMttaBBaBHBsssssa
Thm .-
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd Ave Conservative. Raboi S. M.
JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY Machtei. Caitor Abraham Reiseman.
SYNAGOGUE 1538 Washington Ave. I PrUn, :i ., Sermon "fan Man
Ort'iodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern. ,.,, .,,,. ;. ,,,,. ,,,- ,;.-|V' .. m
i-'i.i.,\ .. In ..in s.i- hontiil lij si--., i......i Satin-
ii..ii "our N) In li"ii dii) 9 in n .iiiiii..i I'oiiunKutlon
- ----
KNESETH ISRAEL. 141b Eucl.d Avs. TEMPLE BETH TOV. 6458 SW 8th
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green-
Cantor Abranam Seif. wald.
Krida* Ktatu da m '|'"i-'> ,: :;" :""1 x :;" !' i*< "'""
s, mm "Thi :.i--. 1'iiiti in Hull- i"untln* ol I.....nier and Vildinu up
J.,.ji, "in" i lions." Sal Urdu > m >'. i -
____ ------ mon :i..n ..i Hi. Week." Iliu
MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Mltswih Itnrry. win ..f Mr and Mm
Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Charles Hones.
It
--' v ji
TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler
|. i.l.'ix y :':> |i,ni S, rin..|, p, honor of]
Ian i Indi :>> ndenev l'.i> : "AT Ihtiti
Orthodox. Rabbi Phmeas w'eber. larnel." Suturilns .....I Vnntliil
Mother's I i\ oliservani'i Si*rmon:
"How Pan Wi l li ii... i i Moi
Mm i. :i:i p.m. i:.-.i- Mini h li I -
i"i. \ -.-ii ..r Mr and Mm Abraham
I.. \ n.
KEDOSH1M"Ye shaU be holy: for I the Lorn
holy. Ye shall ffar every man his mother, and hi. (a
shall keep My sabbaths Turn ye not unto the idols
when yp reap thp harvest Of your land, thou -
the corner of thy Held Neither shall thou Bath
fruit of thy vineyard: thou shall leave them for the coo
stranger Ye shall not steal; neither shall
lie one to another. And ye shall not swear ii\ n
. Thou shall not oppress thy neighbor, nor .j! iM.
of a hired servant shall nol abide with thee all night until!
ins. Thou shall not curse the dead nor put a stumbliDBjj
befora the blind ... Ye shall do no unrighteousness in ]w\t
Thon >halt not go up and down as a tali!.
shalt thwrstand idly by Ihe blood of thy neighl*
love thy neighbor as thyself" (Lev, 19: 2-I81,
"Ye shall l>p holy unto Me: for I the Lord am Hob ,n
set you apart from the peoples, that ye should 1 n,
20:261.
This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law j, n.
traded and based upon "The Graphic History o' th lit,a
Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15 Publisher k
Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 William St., Nm
York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing th( vo|um,
is Joseph Schlang.
- '.
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Miami's Maturity Will
Depend on Self Imagt
By RABBI DANIEL LOWY
Temple Sinai of North Dade
How mafore Jewishly is oor Mr-
ami community?
When we spoak
of the maturity of
an individual hu-
man I) e i n !.'. we
h a v p in mind
someone who hat
reached the stage
of a d ti 11 h oil
physically, ment-
ally, and socially.
We consider peo-
ple m a t ti r e not
onl) bj virtue I
the faci thai thej
arc in o i" e than
twentj one years
of age, but also
because Ihej are
capable i i handling the problems
of daily living intelligently, and
have a total awareness of their re-
si nsibilities to themselvi and
ti i, licrs.
The maturity ii a community,
like that of an individual, depends
t'.il only on its -i/p and age, hut on
mental and social development, as
well. The Jewish community in the
Greater Miami area, consisting of
more than 33.000 resident families,
with a histmy of five decades,
should be able to function as onp
Ibat has come of age. However, the
peculiar attitudes which prevail
[have stunted its growth in other
respects.
Miami is viewed by many visitors
RABBI 10WY
as a l't> ju .'ti of Zin.
spot u icrc thi i am >. Si
some da> Vet
this great \
sider it home, il >me is some*!
i Ise, Thousat ;- ol Jewish fim.
living hi re n fust lo sink roottl
the -. und .mil afiirm that
Iheir permanent abode. As >:
Ihey arc
their social rt sponsibilhies Mi
claim that the) ..re -till d
>haii' in suppor: rthen
ities from which
say that at nni lime the e
communit) a i cons
builders, but now
j,, n,.i in ,. be
again with m .....
Their appi J
er> I
.' Thi
onl) com i Mil
availabli I
yon ...i basts
ft< 'i distress,
institutions
I it> -"- thi I
senice al a great 'lu"-e,l
belt re li" '
alizc the childi! r.ess of*
oning and contn ie to <-
r :han shan
lions.
Miami Jcwr) jj
Its disposal li i 8S "
munit) that ha ''' ,,:
until the grtai
,-h ramilics I
t!)is ;. mm l |
read) lo assu i '
tits of home. ^'m';;:'
i remain immal
Religion Institute To be Planned
The first Institute on Religion
and Public Education in Florida
will he planned Wednesday at a
meeting -ebeduled for the Univer-
sity of South Florida in Tampa, it
'.i- announced by c. Clyde Atkins,
Dr. C. D. Tharp and Richard F.
Well-on. nn .lairni' n of '.'ie N.i
lional Conference of Christians and
.ll'U-.
To attend the planning session
beginning at in a.m arc Max .1
K,- rl, re [I inal din tor of the
\cv.i. in- li maid Lantx ol the I'm
versi y, who will act as host. Dr
K.ii I Kaip. national director ol edu-
cational programming of NCCJ
and Dr. Fn d Turner repreai nl
ing Dr. Thomas 1) ll.nb y. Stale Stt
i erintendenl of Education.
Purpose of the Institute, tenta-
tively -ci for October, 1965, will be
to gather selected tohool and re-
rs for a diseussion of
problems and issues Involved in the
public schools' responsibility to
teach values and rpligion within
thp curriculum; U> inform school
etders aboul impJrtanl **
latrd to nl... T
whiehthe) can expeclea2
i identify ai
pertinent inforn ai "'"'
,-,, nte.ide.it-
and ... sugg. **
leaders in ed ; m
s :- i!:.> and e>' "
.- ill have ti
Branch Officers
To be Installed

Elliott I.'"' M
:S^
K 5S
nun. Ilurraj .,.,., co
cretary; Max %,*
jwangsecretars.M^^i
ner. treasurer yrs
rseording secret
bert Durst, sun
till


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1965
+Jen 1st rhrliitr
Page 13-A
OUR SPIRITUAL LEADERS
Rabbi Tibor Stern
(f Cohen Synagogue
Bonn Views Nazi Amnesty
Tibor Slern was
born and
in Hun-.'O
Ordained at
Cdmwd hi>'h,.h.T scalar
Sin Mexico City.
En ci CalUornia at Los An-
S University of California
Sy.ttiththe academic de-
ll PhD
^wiUons include BeOl
SftogregaUon in Oakland.
d Federated orthodox
ntioos ol Kansas City *
.dewofthe Mesivta Mid-
Tihnudic Academy and
direct r ol Emeth World
. ^ Jerusalem. Durum the
he has served as
ol Beth Jacob in
Jacob C
iRue
' "' ,,u'
anizer of
"" mem-
nim, and
, America
i haplain
he was the
I i.ilibin
super
- iMael He
m pro
II i in Mia
:.. Torah
is the recip
| itation
|
Uired al Ye-
I heolog
- rb "lie
Siilomo
- ollege in
led nurrier-
i .1 \a-
i '
i hukas
itution for
Ohi m Kaballah,
npi>:liun r. Ihe Talmud," "Ha.
ah." Child's Bible."
toh in Spanish." "Shirey
: : n Eirm in "
ftbbi Stern is married t.i the
per ide 11 Weinschneider,
tta I Rabl and Mrs \bra-
R'emschneuli Mrs stern is
escendanl of the Baal
'Her of the
id Lubishev The Sterns have
r- }., i hellv i mar-
ie Rabbi Stephen Kevelsoo,
KRENREICH UNVEILING

iBSAHAM EHRENREICH
b'ioi. May 9th. al 1 p.m.
' |\. I
I K2S0 N.W. 57th Ave.. Miami

jJIN TIMES
OF SORROW
*pre what word*
cannot!
SYMPATHY
H-U
"tRS AWNMItKt
Wfiarktts

"AMI
516
MIAMI BEACH
c*aI GABLES
532-3361
"' 705;
i423
FT. IAUDERDAIE
FR 1-7398
BONN (JTA> West Ger-
many's legislation to prolong the
period of prosecution of Nazi war
criminals went into effect this
week alter publication in the Gov-
ernment's official Gazette. It ex-
tends the deadline from May 8
this year to January' 1. 1970.
The Lenal Committee of the Bun-
destag, the lower house of Parlia-
ment, meanwhile discussed a pro-
posal, offered by several members,,
to amend the law to difterentiate :1 i0int appeaJ ,0 everywhere.
wartime tortures and killings and
those who, as "desk murderers."
issued orders lor such crimes.
The Congress also listed by name
several former Nazis living un-
molested in Eas t Germany and
some who were even holding pub-
lic office in that regime.
ous fraud intended to abuse
world public opinion. "The Union
called the act a profanation of
the memory of the millions of
victims of Nazism and promised
"*n implacable struggle against
it."
The Association of Jewish Per-
In Warsaw. Jewish delegates secutees in Austria also filed a
from Israel, the Soviet Union. Po- protest against the proposal to limit
prosecution in West Germany to
land, France and Holland issued
RABBI JIBOft SllRN
ellow .ii the Gur Aryeh Kolel of
Rabbinics and the couple haw- a
son, Jacob Joyce is married to
Ral I i Allan Genaui r graduate "i
Veshiva University, anal they have
hter, Shira Tikvah and Judy
attend Miami Beach High School
Ral hi and Mrs Si rn will this
year celebrate then- silver wedding
anniversary and the rabbi's 25th
.ear as a spii itual leader
between "niajer" and "minor" war
criminals. The amendment would
give prosecutors authority to drop
prosecution ol "'minor" criminals
The Congress of Anti-Nazi Re-
sistance Fighters, meeting in
Munich, denounced the amend-
ment proposal and approved
plans to convene next fall in
Paris an international law con-
ference to create a global agency
to both prevent and fight aggres-
sion and genocide.
Thej urged help from all con-
cerned persons in the search for
missing Vi/i leaders nnd assailed
"non-understanding" bj West
German and Austrian courts which
nave made distinctions between
x :i/i criminals who took par! in the
"to continue the struggle for the
discovery and arrest of Nazi war
criminals" and assailed the West
German extension of its statute of
(limitations as "inadequate and nig-
i gantry." The appeal followed a
I conference of representatives of
Jewish groups participating in the
[commemoration of the 22nd anni-
versary of (he Warsaw Ghetto re-
volt.
The Belgian Union of Jewish
Former Resistance Fighters called
the West German extension of its
statute of limitations "an infa-
mous decision," and "an intoler-
able act which, in fact, is a post-
poned amnesty" and "an emorm-
"so-called major offenders."
In letters to Justice Minister
Karl Weber and Bundestang Presi
dent Eugen Gerstenmair. the asso-
ciation, meeting in Vienna, called
the proposal "a hidden amnesty."
y
ONE OF THE LARGEST CONSERVATIVE
CONGREGATIONS IN V *
IS SEEKING A
SEXTON
Must be oble to reoH Torch.
411 replies sinctlv confidential.
FOB 844, Buena Vlsto Station
"^
Suffer
."' will
Town Hall
Forum Friday
Why Does Modern Man
s.. Hans Stomach Ailments
he the subject of the People Speak
Town Hall Forum On Friday. 8
p m.. Washington Federal, 1234
Washington Ave,
Dr F.mil Taxay. Internist, will
be principal speaker, representing
ihe Hade Medical Association.
Chaim Rose is moderator.
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*. k-nitti fhrhBan
Friday. May
Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR
Israel's Representation at Medical Convontm
a sign over the section of the raed
*^ leal scientific exhibits displayed b>
\( m Bnfland Nuclear Corporation!
B Moo, attracted my special attention.
innounced the YEDA medical prod
i- developed in Israel, and emphasized
large leters that these products at
ased on the research of the Biophysics
i partment ol the Wei/mann Institute of
ihovoth. Feu of the delegate* ever?
ard of the existence of such a place as
am knew ol the Weizmann institute
rtenovoth.
They crowded
YEDA exhibition and collected all the literature distrib-
uted bj the New England Nuclear Corporation on the prod-
UCts ol the Wei/mann Institute
Incidentally, the lisied products dealt with polyamnio.
acids and ainino acid derivatives. It seems that the Weiz-
mann institute produces a varietj of several hundred of
them, priced front Sin to more than S100. The demand for
them seemed to be so hit; in the Cnited States, that the
supply is not always in stock. Vainly, did 1 look for medical
products from other countries displayed at the convention.
Israel had apparent!} gained its place there because of
ihe exceptional value of its YEDA products
other exhibits, all American
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAl
Riglit-to-Yote Hill Bound to Pass
Despite the precious fears
: William Buckle} and 1>;ai<
e tlie 5 w Is ot Sen
Fas'land and Sen. Ervin, a strong
right-to-register and right-to-vote
bill is i rt.;in to go on the book-
in Washington. The irrepressible
moral demand oi the great bulk ol
this nation's populace assures that
this long-delayed assurance of
the deliver} ol the fruits of the lath amendment into
the hands of Negroes so contemptuously and brutalh
oen ed that basic right will make our nation stronger
in a- least two regards: On the one hand, we shall no!
look so foolish spilling blood in Vietnam in the hope
tnat freedom will flower there. Again, we shall dull
the edge of police state tactics in Mississippi. LOUisi
Off the Record:
By NATHAN ZIPtlW
Einstein Recalled
^HE WORLD IF it were not in tur-
' moil would now pause in silent
bservance of the tenth yahrzeit of
ne of God's most gifted children
lbort Einstein and this despite
he one-time admonition by the fa-
her of the atomic age that "a man
i whom it has been given to bless
he world with a great creative idea
;as no need for the praise of poster-
The recluse of Princeton was a man ol rare hu-
mility who shunned praise as a sin Though he de-
ciphered the mystery o! relativity and opened the
door ajar to the very secret ol creation the sight of
creation did not spoil the man lie approached the
mystery with cleansed heart, and he knocked at
God's doors with saintly hand- Onl} a man with a
i rofound sense ol the mystery thai i- creation could
have sounded the counsel th.it science without relig-
ion I- lame, thai religion viihout science is blind
an.l that "the man who is not familiar with thjs
sen-c Oi the mysterious, and who has lost the fac-
ult> for wonder and veneration is dead
Einstein saw no conflict betwee science and re-
ligion, believing instead that there existed between
the two 'strong reciprocal relationships and depend-
encies." He repeated over and over again that there
is no groat scientist without a religion.- feeling of his
Own, and he refused to concede that the mysterious
was alien-to science. Me was even no alien to the oc-
cult. The main source of conflict between science and
religion, he once said, is over the concept of a per-
sonal God and the thesis oi reward and punishment.
An artist with reverence for the spiritual. Ein-
stein considered life socrosanct per se and he could
not therefoie either conceive Of concede its destine
tion. Life was sacred to him. the supreme value to
which all other values are subordinate an outlook
he. on occasions, ascribed to tlie influence of .hid..
i.-ms affirmative attitude to the life of all ere.,
tion.'' Having marvelled at the Psalmist for having
given us "a sort of intoxicated joy and wunder at the
beauty and sublime grandeur of the world.'' he could
not help becoming intoxicated by the Jewish sense of
the sanctity ot life, and he could not help living
in fear 't destruction of that grandeur by civiliza-
tion in its toying with the meat secret
Ten yean alter the death still toying with the mystery, but with unwisdom,
s.ni- awe and with lack "I higher purpOSI
Einstein once said that the "evolution of our
world of idea- is In certain sen-, a C n-lant struggle
n-t the miraculous." Yet his life was studded
not atone with miracles of aohii vemenj but. with con-
templation ot the miraculous, the mysterious. And.
,,.- he grew older, he was drawn to the occult, to the
mysterious, to trie unknown and to the ways which
lead men to God. to altar and sanctum. It has been
said of Einstein that his Jewiahness had been forced
on him by an anti-Jewish world. This is a wholly false
thesis. Einstein's Jewishness was of his very essence,
of his very 1'fe. His concept of ethics was as if born in
the climate of Prophets. He was linked to Judaism
by a fanatical love for independence and justice
. na. and Alabama, where the efforts of Negroes to
i ister to voti have been met with such hostility
and such devii us lactics
Al this writing, all who want to give practical
expression to then- diema} and anguish over such
outrages a- the killings ol Viola Liuczo, Re* James
J Reeb. and .lame- Lee .lack-on would do well to
bring to the attention ot their representatives and
Senators Improvements in the proposed bill as sug-
gested by Hoy Wilkins. executive director of the
NAACP in his Mar 24 testimony. Speaking tor the
Leadership Conference on Civil Rights, an organi-
zation that had much to do with enactment of the
far-ranging Civil Rights Law of 1964. Mr Wilkins
urged Congress to strengthen the bill in these four
respects:
1. The total elimination of the poll tax as a re-
striction on voting in state and local elections as well
as in federal elections.
2. The elimination of the requirement in the bill
that a prospective registrant must first go before the
state official to attempt to register before going to
the Federal registrar or examiner. The prospective
registrant ought not to bo put to the delays, the hard-
ships, and the indignity of attempting to satisfy hos-
tile stnte officials before he can come to the Federal
registrar.
3. Extended coverage of the registrar or exam-
iner provisions of the bill, so that persons who have
been wrongfully denied the right to vote, regardless
Ol their geographic location, will have the benefits of
these provisions of the legislation.
4. Further and maximum protection of regis-
trants and voters, both those who will Ik- registered
under the bill and those already registered, and
prospective registrants, from all economic and phys-
ical intimidation and coercion. In extending such
protection, the Federal Government should use the
full range of its powers, criminal, civil and economic.
to protect the citizens from the beginning o4 regis
tration process until his vote has been cast and count-
ed
it would be well for Congress to give careful at-
tention also to Republican suggestions that promise
to prove effective in area- beyond the hard core sec
lions where registration discrimination is practiced
ida, Tennessee, Texas, an.l Arkansas would feel
the thrust of these proposal- The I S Attornej
General. ui>on receipt of a specified number ol alle
gations from any voting district in any state, regard-
less ol v bother it has a Uterac) test, charging that the
complainants have been unable to register on the
1 ..-I- i discrimination Ol any nature, could ask the
Civil Service Commission to name examiner- to
probe the complaints
But even if the Wilkins proposals and the Repub-
lican remedies are enacted into law. alongside the
excellent provisions advanced by Attorney (ieneral
Kat/enbath. Senator Dirksen. and others, new bar-
riers lie beyond One rugged hurdle is expressed by
the se. ro< atiom-ts- try "Let them pass any vote law
they want; we'll be the boys who are counting the
\. tea
mind of an ordinary man can hardh Br-i.iT.fc- ,haI
operation. Here a typewriter which ill m'
electronically like a regular typ.,, ,,!,- ti""' .
operator which, within seconds lv,,'. ,
analysis of the composition of your blood viT't
tion comes out from the typewrit,, neuiv ntori
physician, to save him the work of makinVh- for y*
ysis. Here's a new Invention to take your linZ?" an
not by a thermometer and no, through vour1 T
like a small pencil which you pul inl ,,," ''10?' ul
your temperature in seconds Here :.r,'..,.'""
work like those banks or big bosines! ,, 'T '
not lor business purposes but for fi in,
f%y^.t.f of your health,..... ,
llerei- an automation system which.
In seconds whether your heat
your nerves are functioning propei :1
sleeplessness, what is wrong with votir
"acp-mcdu-in section which -h
on a human body oi Hying intoouter -
latest medical achievements is noi -
here? is it. therefore a wonder l
delegates at the convention felt somewhat
products ot Israel displayed ... thi*
achievements?
Cooffoi Spotlight: By MHTON FRIEDMAN
On Arab Violent
e
u ..-
IIS communist China sceUi
I1 foment Arab guerrilla vice
[against Israel to create i fat
IF astern diversion lo the Viet Na
hneee crisis'' According to author-
itative observers in Washington, u
lintensrfieation of Arab-Israel trie
tion is Pelplng's aim This unuld
Idivert concentrated attention on
Viet Nam. It would spread, confuse,
and intensify the world crisis.
This would benefit North Viet Nam and potential
Chinese "volunteers" by keeping American forces
on the alert in Europe and the Mediterranean It
would prevent easy transfer of combat-ready rein-
forcements to Viet Nam. The I S Sixth Fleet, for in-
stance, could not relinquish its Marine compel
lor rhity in the Far East, it trouble were brewing
in the Near Fast
Such a move might also inflame Arab n m
to serve Chinese end. by intimidating Arab leader-
into closer support of the Peiping line. China, instead
(I Russia, would become the militant activist
lending exponent Oi Arab fanaticism on the emotional
l.-rael issue.
Peiping may fool that an Arab-Israel :
diminish American pressure in Viet Sam, extricate
China from a military showdown for the time
and provide more tune for development
weapons Such stnte is consistent with Chines
tempts to foment "antMmperialist' disor let ll
out Southeast Vsia, Africa, and Latin \"
China feels she can onl}
tion ot a volatile situation Peipinj has even
to send arms and instructors to Yi
Egyptian backing t the Sana Government T.-
fer was made through leftist labor leader Abds
al Aemtf, head of the Aden Trade I men Col
He was told that, n Nas-er's puppet in Sana turned
down the offer, he could seize the Government 1B
Chinese support. ,
But more dangerou- i- Chine-.' sponsorship
the extremist -Liberation Front" of the I'alesliiujn
Arab refugees. Headed by Arab agitator Ahmed!**
kairy a delegation representing this group '* "
cently received m China.
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Marriage Will Cure All Our Ailments
COME YEARS BACK, shortly alter the
^ establishment of the state, Shelley
Winters visited Israel, and -he still looks
back to it with pleasure, especially to
on.- incident, she w .. s attending two
weeks in a kibbutz One day, she went
tramping to Tel Aviv On the we) she
met an Israeli young woman, and the two
began asking about each other it was
plain that the young Israeli lady was verj
fond ot her country, and she a-ked Miss Win about her-
self.
"1 live in America." said Miss Whiten
"What do you do?" asked the Israeli girl
"I am an actress." said Miss Winters
"H'm, an actress." repeated the Israeli girl. "What
do you want that nonsense for! You come here and settle.
Listen, you're a nice girt and I know just the right fellow
for you. A boy in Tel Aviv I am sure you would like."
Jews have great faith in marriage.
Some mav recall the historic vi-it ol Dag h_ ^
jold to Israel around the time of the Suez -'i' ^
The United Nations was paying more attention
ol the Egyptians than Of Israel Han .
to Israel and vent to see Ben-Gurion and on j
15-C's wife, who is known to often apeak nto
uage ot frankness than diplomacy, \ou1
Listen." said Pauls to Mr. Hammarsk .osxj ^j
a nice man. why don't you get married ana
alone''" ^ nuiT"l
Whatever the problem, the Jewish view
might not necessarily cur.- it. but it ouw
"He's a fool. Let's marry him off." was a j> ||l8tf
sion And if he were a wise man, he "nilln j^
Think how many times the wise ^"^at**1
There are cvnical Yiddish proverbs about n ^ _
but the overwhelming view was in sl">IH,"r| He
the rabbis said, spent his days pairing i>ui- -
f.nd it easy. God they said, indeed, found*""** ,
for marriage more difficult than perwrmir*
rare miracles.


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Miami, Florida, Friday, May 7, 1965
Sectio:. Women's League Meeting in Jax
AnniMl conference o| Ihe Flor ll il Florida will attend the In May. 1964, Mrs Rossmai
; i. Branch cl the National Women's ee Mrs. HaroM Reinhard eeivi I the rheoloi
P. fniti tool Vmer lent-of'the Florida Branch Seminary's National Commu >
Id ,i to to 12 at n National \\ nens League Mrs, Service award for distinctive
is Hot c I in Jackson Seymour Mann is conference chair- continuing service to the comi -j
nan. "> lal -'

Kmanu-EI's silver anniversary hall on
it Hotel are Mrs. Herbert S. Shapiro, just
._.... !pim as president of Sisterhood, and Mrs.
Render Koc;.:r. a past president. Other past presidents
Mesdames Sherman Kaplan and Gecrqe Go'd-
t home of Dr. and Mrs. Irvinq Lehrman in
ion.
:manu-
El Pf
anning
25th
In Id fi rein e
forv rd iili
mir \ ourv i''! Rabbi
; d| lie Jackson
n ille J( .\ i ( enti; Ail! speak
lit ; ni li "ii Tues
Ma) 11.
Mrs. i er.ei W i in. confer
ci ce vice chaii man in charge 11
uorksh ps, announced thai other
\ rk 'i p- during the conference
\' ill include community relations,
social actii n. Israeli affairs, and
looperation with other organiza
i Ions
Over l-'.'i women representing
Const vative synagogue sisterhoods
. ser consultant will
ll Hi .,.! i Rossman, mi
; | es dent i National
' i mi n's Li agu Mi Rossman
In lii the positi ii "i president for
four years, during which she tra>
e Far East. Belgium,
; Si Hand and the Scandi
.ii countri -
In I960. Mi- R sman attended
the u hite House conference on
children and youth. In 1961. she par
: pated in the Paris conference
: t.he World Council of Svnauouues
and. in 1962, the Fi r si W Id
Council ol Synagogues convention
in Jerusalem.
Season Ending
Opti-Mrs Club ol Miami B
\ nl have it- IsM meeting ol
yi ar on I ue* lay. 1 :'-'
Barci na Hotel.
Program c' i an. Mrs i
Tn 'i> h u planned an audience
participation quiz program th
in izes,
Business agenda will includ <"
end ol the > nr r e |> r t by Mrs.
'.niui Pilzer. president of the gmup.
jiniversary' Ball Here
.11 hold it.- leader ol the t< mple
on Sundaj
the Diplomat
Arrangements Committee is Ik--
i!.' co-chaired bj Mrs Max Boder
nann, Mrs. Sherman Kaplan and
- the iinale Mrs. George Goldberg.
season. Mrs. Alexander Kogan is hospi-
Ihe general lality chairman, who has included a
1 m.i will rries of coffees for members of the
I service tor ommittea leading up to the Maj
spiritual 30 ball
4
A
n
j
bv ISABEL GRCVE
beaut)
laj evening
ai lo\ cl) home of
ne) The
>e in i. ii
who left the
j i utal K.unt .
tent, guests
mi the terrace
i re decked
ii u it!i mag-
ol red an.I
I
\
holding lighted

1 true Hindu
..ii henticall)
Hi silver bor.
nai k on her
> ng the many
.1 imen and
ire 1.1 and
v iiub. .
nteld, Dr Nor
II Mi ie Herb
I Pellants, Julian
I ith and Sid Feuer,
I ri} Morris, the
n e) l-oh.-ns. and
m i Micke) with
wile Vvei e ,
ilyn with husband
V ni parents :| four,
i like college sweel
pie uio wou'.d
1 : marriage n May
" I Ra' Ka .Ian.
: "I t'.ie injections
i, them on their
Mendel globe-
Still others. Mr
llarvej St .lean, the
Ihe Morris Greens,
cl -I c hen. Ien\
'" apartment at the
e on Smid.iv for
da) In 'i e. r ill be a quick stop
back on Miami Beach before ll)
ing for rrore holiday in Las V'e
gas an San Franci i i and final!)
h n to Toledo. O
1 caving May 15. Judge Milton
Frii clman. senior judge i I Cit) ol
Miami, will attend Pie interna
tional co vention ol B'nai B'rith
m l-i .i In addition t i being
in -t ailed a nati mil An i Defa
League Commissioner
n .ii will v.sil with
!,.. c usin, David Ben-Gurion.
[ormer Pi ne Minister f Israel
Ai thi mi lusii ii ol tli. c
n iho Judge will rendez
vi us v ith wife Sylvia in Lond m,
and th? t
o| ii online t. celebrating their
silver w i Idin i nnii < rsar)
! ii in Eur Ban jaunt, they'll
. | | five week i exploring Eng
Ian I, ii-il md, It a I y and
. returning to home ground
i n v'ie Sj Rotterdam.

' .,
Following ten
It nill be the middle of Sep-
tembei i>< fore Yetta and Samuel
i hon return home to Bay Har-
I or Islands Leaving Ma) 14.
they'll spend a week with daugh-
Ii i ci .i ia i Mrs. Seymour Wein-
-i. :n i and Loi raine I Mrs Aaron
Gai feni and Ihe r families who
,- in Low I iland Earl) in
June, Hi y 11 sail for Israel n Ihe
r.ew Queen \ni a Maria While
th 'it. they'll meel for the lirsl
t'me with European relatives now
si tied in Israel Continuing on
journey, Ih ne a nephi
see in Rome, m ri sight.....ing in
nd .in.l additional niei es
Continued on Pf e 4-B


Paqe 2-B
, le1s^ FlerldHar
Friday May 7. 1965
and dancing, reflecting the theme
Israel.
Mrs .1, i is and Mrs Blank will
ha vi lers cl
in
Mrs. N
Bartl n( I Bond chair
1
Harbor J eph Epsti in, as
steed Mrs G<
Brandeis. Mi ,;: Stoii ba
Mrs Bi rnard I ; s. San
,-, rtjs presi ients ael Bond
chairmen, Mi >. Ai i sin, Mrs
William Carduni r
Deborah. Mrs Jatk Fincber
president, assisted by Mrs. Esther
Levitz, Mrs Charles Gertler and
Mrs Herbert Gutman; Esther, Mrs
llatiit' Salii:. president; I R. Good
man. Mrs. Max Aifastiner. and
Mrs. David Shelist. presidents, Is
tael Bond chairman. Miss Esther
Goodman; Herd, Mrs. Milton
Weinberg, president, Israel Bond
chairmen Mrs. Irwin H. Makow
sky. Mrs. Ben Zeigfliund; Israeli.
Mrs. Sam Appel, president.
Emma Lazarus, Mrs .lack Wolf-
stein, president; Morton Towers.
Mrs. Emanuel Mentc, president.
Israel Bond Chairman, Mrs. Harrj
Epstein; Kenanah. Mrs Sherman
Fast, president; Henna Senesch,
Mrs. Sylvia Kurland, president, as-
sisted bj Mrs Sam Keldman. Mrs.
Isidore Lorber and Mrs Frances
Benjamin. Israel Bond chairmen,
MRS. MD JOHAi
Mrs Eva Blum and Mrs Betty
Keller
Shah.ma. Mr- Michael FeiltStein,
president, assisted by Mrs. Irwin
Shapiro. Israel Bond chairman.
Mrs Harry PlatofJ; Southgate, Mrs
Joseph Rosenberg, president. Israel
Bond chairman. Mrs Pearl Klkin.
Henrietta Szold. Mrs. Sol Green-
president, Israel Bond
chairman. Mrs Miriam Press;
Stephen Wise, Mrs Manning Mm
MRS. SAM BLANK
tus, Israel Bond chairman, Mrs.
Meyer Harris; Kadimah Kuik Cole,
Mrs. Solkofi. president; Forte Tow-
ers, Mr- Herman Keller, president.
JWV Post Meeting Set
Surfstde Ba) Harbor Poet, Jewish
War Veterans, will bold its monthl)
meeting Wednesdaj May 19
p m at Surfsidi Town Hall.
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah will present the world-
celebrated Givenchy-Israel Fashion Festival at the Hadassah-
Israel Glorious "17" Fashion Festival luncheon on Monday.
May 24, at the Grand Ball Room of the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Among items in the collection are (left) a tiny, high waisted
bolero of dark green velvet worn over a princess style white
silk damask dress. Right is an acid yellow heavy silk with a
contrasting sequined bolero.
Beach Hadassah is Planning Israel 17'
Fashion Festival Luncheon on May 24
Presidents and. other leaders of
all groups of the Miami Beach
Chapter of Hadassah will meet at a
coffee Friday morning at the Doral
Beach Hotel to set into motion plans
for what is expected to be one of
the most spectacular events spon-
sored by the organization.
The event will be the Hadassah
Israel Glorious "17" Fashion Festi-
AMMUCA I O.lfW CaWrta I
t too* ito '.....<
val luncheon, celebrating Israel"?
17th year of statehood, to take place
Monday. May 24. in the Grand Ball
Room of the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Spearheading Hadassah's leader-
ship for the luncheon are two wo- .
men known for their leadership on
lx half of many worthy causes,
Mrs. Fred Jonas will serve as chair-
man of the hincheon. Mrs. Sam
Blank, who last year was the re- ,
cipient with her husband of Is-
rael's highest award, the Medallion
Of Honor, will serve as co-chair-
man
Assisting them will be Mrs Ger-
ald Soltz, president, Florida Region
c Hadassah, Mi Dorothj Kn
. is bom rarj chairman Vice
> men are Mi Maurice Cahn,
Mrs i ar 1 VI Co : in, Mrs Ji k
Mi -. Phil i' Thau.
\ ature of the lunch
will ntation hei I I

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Fiiday. May 7. 1965
* Unlst n, rldictr
Rabbi Kronish To
Review 'Fiddler'
eon Kronish, spiritual
, Temple Beth Sholotn, will
. Broadw ij hit, "Fiddler
88 (Kill ol the hiMik
riei jponson l>, pi m Feetii al of the Arts <>f
ni Temple Beth on
f 8; IS p ni in the Tern-
\u.; lorium
Certaii portum-- ni the review
v ill Im- giuitrated by performances
pLiv bj the following
i of the Ti mple Thespians,
lircotion i>t Leon Linger
Km pke, Sam Rudt, Jack
Stanton Halpert, Joseph
rvej Kramer, How ard
Dr Harrj G irsten, Mrs.
,;the t'ammanday, Mrs Michael
Stanton Halpert, Mrs
r \ Mr Ulen Wilson
daughters Shi : < >n aii I
\\
M Da M 'on\ iser
ii ons from t he
e work ol She
.) E Wi Ik I- chairman
ii \ icw series Mrs
- Ivcj man is chairman ol
Shol m Festival o( the
Mrs Leo Levin i- Sis
.....lent
Hadassah Lunch
Anticipates Big
Group on Monday
Mrs BnrneU Beckermnn, donor
-i. uj tin- Miami Beeofa Chap-
adassah, announces an un-
attendance la expect-
>r < donor award luncheon i"
kg the chapter at the Se
n The laminating event of tin;
>ear, t.'.< luncheon will be tin- aite
e gathering of all i" Ifiama
h Hadassah groupa Hedaa
sah's network <>i pmjecta m Isreel
ii the areas ol healing, vocational
aining .nd child-saving are man
d
Cardiac Chapter
Annual Luncheon
' hapter, National Chil-
iii.n- Hospital, "ill hold
am lundteon and insjaj^wi
i Biscayne Teerlct Hotel
18, il' noon, under the
hip ni Mrs William 11.
Mi Sidnej Fertig will
Ii i.i .i- president
officer will i- \\i n
ol radio station v in/-
. acco ipanied bj his
.i e
show will follow, given
ii i Tail oi Coconut t; i \ e
i'ii- I'niversit) ol Miami Medi-
School has taken over the man-
ni N.itiunai Children's
Hospital, with Jack Coatel-
in charge of all chapter activities.
Tropical Chapter Bruncheon
Tropkra Chapter, American llad-
I oasjge bruncheon on SaUtr-
noon at the Deauville hotel.
hairing the affair are Mrs. Irv
Hi'Miibauin and Mrs. Harry
per Program chairman la Mrs.
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Mother's Day
Luncheon Tuesday
Mrs Nathan s mmer
president ol the Sisti i hood ol
J cob C. Cohen ( ommunit] -
le .i.n unc< s a Mothei 's Day
celebration on Tuesday, n 30 a m ,
ai the Social Hall ol the sj n
A special program "ill honor
the "i'i.'.-t Mother of the Year."
one oi the founders of the Slater-
d, Mrs Raj Michnoff. well-
known in many religious and char-
itable orj iii/.itiniis.
Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiritual
leader, wit) conduct the Mother's
Daj program and read a special
from the president of the
rhood \l. (ieorge Simon, w ho
i- \ :u ati ning v n.'i her b isband
in Israi I
Dairy luncheon will l>e served,
I illow
'
Goinq ovei the script ot "Fiddler on the Roof"
with Rabbi Leon Kronish are deft to right) Leon
Unger. director of the Temple Thespians; Mrs.
Harry F. Wolk chairman of the rabbi's book
review senes; Cantor David Conviseo who
with Mis. Conviser, will sinq solo portions of
the musical; and James S. Knopke. chairman
of the Temple Thespians.
H
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t Brick Binyan Bank Lunch Wednesday
MRS. BAffNCrr BtCKMMAN
Third annual Brick Binyan Bank
luncheon sponsored bj Hebrew
Vcademj Women will t ike place
Wednesday noun in the Max vil
verberg Dining Hall ol the Acad
way. \lr> Leonard Rosen is pres-
ident
Luncheon will mark the third an-
niversar) ol the dedication oi the
Academy's new building, held in
Mas. 1962
The Bin>an Bank and Brick cam-
paign, under the chairmanship ot
Mrs. JuM'ph Shapiro and Mrs. .lull
us Rosenatein, is the Hebrew Aead.
imy Women builduiK fund which
was responsible for the endowment
of the school auditorium. Last year,
the -;ioup pledged an additional
$5u.uoo toward the modern, fully
equipped kitchen.
"Fashions b> Wilma." a showing
of original creations by Wilma's
Ol Lincoln Rd.. sv ill be featured du
ring the afternoon program. Mrs
Charles Simon, program chairman,
will narrate
Befit Jacob Sisterhood
Ki" C inti Maum Mam<
red at .i testimonial
dinner sp inson d b> Beth J
Sisterh......i S M
Waldman's Hotel Ju
\ Frank will acl as masti r of
ceremonies, and the evening will
ide .i program oi entertain-
ment
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NUMBER ONE PROVISIONS
ONE ALTON ROAD
Phone 531-6811
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became State champcm in the
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Southeast Region of Women's ORT Will
Install Mrs. Kupperman President
Mrs Florence Kupperman will
.;< pn sklent <>i South
! ii k'.i Region of Women's
,m i ii; r al Ihe annual Hon-
l un< heon on Wcdn<
'u Deau> ille Hotel
Irving Lehrman will Rive
cation and conduct installa
, cremonies.
Ot h i r officers t<> be inducted
are executive committee hairman,
Harold S< lineider; vice pres
idenl Mrs Jack Fils, Mrs Wil
liani I', h nan, Mrs Richard Green-
b. um, Mrs Lou Jacobson, Mrs
rge 1 nden .. n d Mrs Philip
Stark; treasi rer Mrs. Alan Tan-
en; financial secretary, Mrs Stev-
en Hutt. recording secretary, Mrs
Morris Green berg; corresponding
> t '.]: \| Sej moui Goldstein
mi ntarian, Mrs .\!,'\ Varons
Min Louis Baron, immediate past
president will honor Mrs Carrie
Ri ->'ii .i '"Woman ol the Year
I -. Shapiro rs Mellah
Mother ol r.*i< ^ i nd Mi Mae
ck : i highest Honor Roll
. hit VI :
1 >RT's l hi spi n ci oup will pre-
1 vei iion ol "Funny
Girl i led hj Vlma Sarnoff,
>'ii Si '. nd Mai il> n Gold-
who will dirci i the plaj and
serve as ch I the da>
Mrs Man 1 i n n c n is ;.
man
AtS. flOKlMCt KUPPWMAN
lakeside Memorial Services
llenrj Wi rniik will offi
ciate :! Mi thei s Da> Mem irial
services i pen t i the i Ireater Miami
.li".\ ish L'i on Sundaj 11 30
a m ,ii Lakeside Memorial Park
\\\ ..'.".th St, and nan I Ave
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340 Biscayne Boulevard Miami, Florida
FACING BISCAYNE BAY
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* WEDDINGS CONFIRMATIONS
ir BANQUETS RECEPTIONS
it LUNCHEONS MEETINGS
I ati: III X.
Slritlly Kosher focififirs Available Unitr Supervision of
RABBI TIBOR H. STERN
CALL Miss SHIRLEY, Caterir^AAanagcr, FR 9-3792
Have that
Business Meeting,
Banquet, or
Special Occasion
& You'll find complete
^ 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
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lor Inlormalloni
HAZEL ALLISON
Catering Director,
JE 1-6061
Ith SI. Colllna Avo.

MEET PERFECTIONISTS
IN THE CATERING FIELD
They are i-rtequ-.-ed in the r pr?'
They are tntdil do Mtei tafl They
Mill make a success ol nj patty... a
St* wedding... Bar Vitzvah*... a bus-
iSfc^a meeting or a social luncheon. The.
f>ser\e from 20 to 1000 diners witl
er-
decorated Cotillion Room. They'll irra
vei space you tequm
Mr. 7- fctfersonS 0811 for the
best lunctionyou'.a ever had!
0CEANFR0MI C0UMS *ENUE AND LINCOIR 0A0 MAU
MRS. tUGtHl 1. SCHrVARZ
Ner Tamid Ladies
Etect Officers
U a mi i'l last week, Mrs
Eugene -i Schwarz was unanimous
eelected presidi nt ol Temple
l
i tther "iiii ers are \ Ice presi
Mrs i ai lion Blake, Mrs
i n, Mrs Ben L Kali
ric. Mrs Jack Greenberg, Mrs
\!.i\ Amhowitz Mrs. Louis Stall
sec reti ie Mrs \li x Rest,
Mrs ll irrj K.i- an, Mrs Dan Piver.
lira Irvin Weingroff; treasurer,
Mrs Adolph Greenbaum; parlia-
n i ntarian, Mr* Michael lirazii r.
Trustees are Mrs Fannie Sklar,
Mrs Louis .1 Gold, Mrs Louis Co-
hen, Mrs Murraj A Shaw, Mrs.
I ,i nrii' i Fine
Board <>l directors includes Mes-
dames Charles Abcamson, Irving
Berger Ann Bernstein, Florence
Breeh, Harry Brown, Harrj Ches-
ter, Ann Corrsin, Ben Duckman,
\vm Deutsc.h, Frank I'u Fine, Jean
Feldman, Bess Fine, Eira Flnegold,
Nathan Kl. mm, Herman Frank,
. red 1 <' an, Jack Gei son, Lou
i,old n, It ii t Ii Goldstone, Sam
Pn enfiel I, William i Han is
\i chai l He> man, S >nya Hirsh. Sej
mour Hoi m itz. Milton Hurwitz,
Bessie Is i Harr> .i. witt, -l
R f Rirshner. Jack Klin
I'aulinc Korcnvacs, Ludwig Koster
' Kramer, Eugene Labo
viti Monya Leshin, Harry Levin,
Reiva Levine, Harry Lieberntan
Bi n .i" .n I inde, Jessie 0 Mar-
\i >yera, Gertrude Mogul,
!';; i- ]>. n Prichason, Jean
M !-. Ra kin, Mitchell Reiner,
rut Rubin, Ri S il mon. Morton
-. iv artz, Hei man s h a \<. Jack
Joe Silverman, Morris Sklar,
-.. i Smili s, Joseph Stcinbi i
man Sa lit Troskj.
\ ihan V lock, Mark Wallace, Wil
ham A'eissman, Jack Wolf, Moses
Wolf Maurice Zarctskj
Junior Auxiliary
Installation Set
ii nlor Auxiliary. Je-v i^li Home
for the v.- !. will hold it-- annual
installation at Douglas Gardens, IS]
NE 2nd St in the Daj Care Room
n Tuesdaj May 18, .ii i p.m. Judge
Irving Cypen will be installing of
i (er
For the second consecutive s ear
Mrs George Israel will be installed
.i- president, M Esther Levitz,
i xecutivc ice president Mrs Jea
se LeVine, vice president, i m-l
ivising; \li Mon is Ratner \ ice
i resident, njembi rship; Mis Ir
\ mg \\ ii/. '. ice president, program
Se< reti ii Mrs Emanuel Fried-
n Mrs l rank Braunstein, Mi s
Clara Silversteen, Miss Rena stein.
Mrs Joseph Nmm; Mrs \ J Lip
k 'ii surer
, i lc will entertain
Hi.- Win 1,1 Fan*
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Comes to the aid of (he Party
Masterfully prepared cuisine and
magnificent atmosphere are
combined to make any size func-
tionfrom an intimate reception
to the big wedding of the season
a brilliant success' Ever,
tail is faultless tt ed
the experienced a"ci dedicated
staff
llit? liiilr differences
make ihe big difference
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Miami beach
A new standard of
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Beach. Superbly
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weddings, luncheons,
business meetings
... ranging from
10 to 1000.
OR
,/n a miaml
country dob
setting
Spaciousness is the.
keynote of your affair
amidst the plushness of
the Doral Country Club.
Weddings, confirmations,
banquets are enhanced
by the country club atmos-,
phere of this resort-estaie. ]
For complete derails, please call
Mr. David Kovac, Director of Food and Be\erag*
Doral Beach Hotel and Country Club .<^
JE 2-3600 pw*

He Wins Bank Contest
\ retail ner ^ '><
id ~i has v on tin
prize in the Bank ol Dade
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( >ntesl \ Vlbi 11 Sal 11 North
h who o ns two hand
lumi jewelry -Imps in
PI i nd Mi inn K<
won with .i single entry in the six
month long contest that attracted
paiiii ipants.
ON TM OCCAM AT **th STRKST MIAMI ACH. It*


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Friday, May 7. 1965
Jewish Vocational Service Plans Unique
Meeting Weekend at Algiers Hotel
Mrs Charles P. Feinheru. prrsi- Pallet, Alan Shecter.
dent. Jewish Vocational Service, Stark, i
announced this week tfttat the -e\
cnth annual meeting of the JVS
Board of Directors '"ill be a
(>f Directors and offlcera !l take
d a h ard masting sohcd
uled for the evening ol Maj
m the Board Room ol the Gn i
(i Miami Jew ish PedaNl "ii
Program chairman for the anm -
Alan Shecter, Mrs Sam al dinner will be Sidney Efronso
a member ol the agency's Prn
Election of nominee- for Board Committee
Proud recipients of "1,000-Hour Pins" are these members oi
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Auxiliary shown receivinq their
awards from President Mrs. Ted Lotterman (right). Irene Fink,
Mrs. Sam Seitlin and Mrs. Joan Halpern (left to right) have
been active in the volunteer unit for several years. The annual
awards ceremony traditionally precedes the women's installa-
tion luncheon which is scheduled this year for May 11 at
Westview Country Club.
Cedars of Lebanon Auxiliary Will Install
Officers at Fashion Show Next Tuesday
Westvtew Country Club will be
the colorful setting for the Cedars
of Lebanon Auxiliary installation
and fashion shew on Tuesday noon
\lr- Doran Zinner, active In vol-
unteer work al Cellars t Lebanon
Hospital since it- inception, will be
.i- president of the Auxil-
!:ii'_ Mrs Ted Lotter
nts to be installed
Mrs Byron Sparber ail-
Mr- Prank Rose
- in rship: and Mrs Leo Ber-
man, Lobl
Other >:: < are Mrs Warren
is, ri'i or lii retarj, Mrs
Horv ich, financial secre.
M Law n xu e Adler, corre-
up ndinti secretary; Mr- Irene
irci and Mrs Nathan
ir< r
ts include
Mesdtmes Harold Zee-man. Leon-
ard Steiner. Jennie Cordon. Ber
i.rd Yesner and Al Berkowit/
Mrs Benjamin Oren, chairman of
the Luncheon Committee, has an-
nounce I that rhe la-hum show will
be presented by .loan Berry of
i iaMes, with Auxiliary mem
. Ling ..- ii. dels.
Luncheon D mmittee includes the
hrmes Mitofa II i toldman \. i
Strauss, Morris Blau. M E Glasser
anrl NOrman Broun
Mrs Nathaniel Levin, charter
president of 'he Auxiliary, "ho has
been active in mental health work,
(li therapy and youth educa-
tion will be installing officer and
preside with Mrs. Lotterman
chairman ol the daj
"We expect on- of the b
turnouts in AuxHiarj history." said
Mi- Lawrence Adler, reservations
( hair man.
MORRIS S RUTH IERNER
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Catering for All Occasions
Established in 7945
Famous
671 WASHINGTON AVE.
PARKING
FACILITIES
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unique departure from annual
meetings held in the pa-i
The agency's Program Commit
tee. chaired by Mrs Snm Stark,
and members Sidney F.fronson.
Mrs. Gerald P. Solt?, and Arthur
I WIHner, assisted by staff mem-
ber. Mrs. Jerry Fix, have planned
a weekend at the Aiders Hotel to
start on the afternoon of Saturday.
May 15. through Sunday. May 16.
with the annual banquet and instal
latlon to take place on Saturday
e\ening in the hotel's Aladdin
Room.
In addition, there will he a ser-
ies of social events planned for'
both Saturday evening and all day-
Sunday, all at the Algiers Hotel.
Nominating and Membership
Committee, chaired by past pres-
idents, Barney Bernstein and
Lloyd L. Raskin, will present the
slate of officers for 1965-66 as fol
lows
Secretary, Mrs Meyer a Baskin;
assistant secretary, Mrs Sidney
Lewis; treasurer, s Ronald Pallet;
stanl treasurer, Earl L. Wern-
er, vice presidents, Edward .1 Fox,
Charles Hertzoff, Marshall S Har-
ris and Stuart Kothchild; honorarj
president, Sam .1 Heiman; presi
dent. Mrs Charles P Feinberg
The following nominees will be
ented t r three-year terms ol
,- on the Board "f Directors
stein, Edward .1 Fox
Marshall S Harris. Charles Hertz
off, Mi- Sidnej Lewis, Sam Luby
Joseph \l Nadser, Mrs Gerald
P Soltz, Sanford Sprintz, Sam
Stark, Henry Weiss, Arthur L. Will
in r and Alan Wilson
The Nominating and Member
-I. i> Committee iii also present
the following nominees to till un-
expired one-year terms; Dr. Sol
(enter, and Abel I lull/
Hoard n I'T.ti r- u uli one-; i
( mtinuing terms <.t office are \ir-
Meyer A Baskin, Mrs Charles P
Dr \ r t hu r 1 Gill
1 in \ rl J Hirsch
Di Alan Jackson, Irvin W Katz.
Martin S Lodge Stuari RothchiW,
and Lloyd L Ruskin.
B> ird members with two-year
c ntinuin of off Ice include
Ronald L Ubert, Dr Carl \l Bau
mann, Herbert P. Blumberg, Huh
ard I. Brickman, Sidnej Efronson,
Andrew A, Geller, Jerome <"
Creene, Maurice ll Hyman, Dr
R n b e r t s Liel i Ronald
Deimef Appointed Agent
Richard Deimel. I II ol 261 SW
6th St., Miami, has bee:; apointed
a general agent for Eastern Life
Insurance Company of New York,
it has been announced by Victor
Whitehorn, president. Deimel is
vice president of the South Flor-
ida Association ol Health Under-
writers and a member of the Gen-
eral Agents and Managers Asso
eiation of Miami and the Miami
Association of Life Underwriters
arolD po\t
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m ho*-s d'o^'.'vres to a complet- rnt
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ITO
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and CATERERS
940 71st ST. UN 6-6043
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Bar Mitzvahs a\ Social Functions
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a dcai rFAT FOk MOTHER!
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ART BRUNS, Co-Owner
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Friday. May 1965
ten 1st ftrridlfon
Page 7-B
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Joan Kramer,
Martin Gallant
In Wedding Vows
i b me I
Martin Gallant 01
, nin Maj 1 at the Doral
ciuii. where 1 r< eption
followed bhe ceremonj
ed i>> Dr In ing La hrman
ter nf Mr and Mrs Sanl rd
000 E Di Lido Dr and
(tighter ol Mr and Mrs.
H Blank, >f Miami Bench, the
(tended the University of
nil i< 1 member of Delta
km Sorority,
' usband, son of Mr and Mrs
Gallant, 835 \E 178th St at
the University of Florida
raduated from the Universitj
"j A ni-mbtT of Phi Kp-
Fraternity, Lyceum Conn
rtd V \ 0 r 1 'i a Student I'nion
he i~ present!) associated
'oro, Inc
honeymooning in Mexico
I tcapulco, the newtyweds
in Miami
ri le's ctuti m mad* gown of
:ik 1 rganza, designed es
for her, featured a basque
1 it h .1 sabi in,1 neckline and
ileeves frosted with apph
imported s v> iss guipure
ilbng from the waistline in
.1 panel of organza out
' the same lace and ra-eep
.1 ehapel-length train uric
rganz 1 highlighted v 1 '1
. '! 1> n 1 he veil of French
wa> held b) .1 sprat.
ind I'" 1 ircular blusher
ned w ith delicate motifs of
wre lace
Judi and K
. sisters
the in idegroom best
Sti Puldj an I R
Mannj 1 tstrossk) Michael
and Richard Lewis ush-
i.d
ft
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Israels to Live
In New York
New "i 01 k t'itj will be thi future
me : the former Helene Sall>
S iuare 1 d kfartin Michai! Israel,
m mi a uedd'ng trip to Mexii 0
tcapulco
The Deauville Hotel was the set
ting lui 1 11 ptials and reception
>n Sundaj. Maj 2, .it 6 30 p m Rab-
bi Mayer Abl amov it/ 1 lluiated.
Arlene Square was the bride's
Ij attendant Serving as best man
v as Marvin U Katkin. wtttl Leon-
ard Bernstein, Arnold Square. Mel-
\ in Brooks and Marvin Poster,
gioemsmen.
Both educated in New York, Mr
Israel attended New I'treelit High
and Brooklyn College His bride
graduated from William (' Bryant
High and attended Queen's College
Parents ot the couple are Mr
and Mrs Philip Square. 6950 Byron
\ve.. and Mr and Mr- Albert Is-
ael. of \'e\v York

MRS
Wi rn
martin israil
-
i Kahi
HOSPITAi WEEK
MARKED HERE
Nati Wick will
the M '!i Dad '
tj Dei Hospitals

I kson Men
m.. May 1'.
will be guided t( rs
and dl Mun- 111 1 1
0 y, nui lear n edicine and 1 1
bait thei apj County O n
: 5, personnel ol the
1 lepai' ol Hospitals, the
1 n.\ 1 rsi'j t Miami & ho 1
ol Medicine and the Hospil
A'K isorj Board will be hosts
Walk-a-Thon Planned
Florida Delta Chapter 11 Phi Del-
ta Theta Fraternity at the Timer
sity of Miami will conduct a Watk-
;i Thon tor Muscular D\-trophy
Associations Of America on Satur-
da) .lack Morton i- Service Day
chairman
1' \ III I
mKS. f. MARTIN GALLANT
Titfereth Jacob
Elects Officers
For Coming Year
1 m fieers elect! d t 1 sen e Temple
the coming
re D Louis Salhanick presi
dent
Others are vice president, ways
and means Jack Wlleo; vice presi
dent, membership, Joel Gross se
\Ii MonTM Turner tTeas
urer, Mrs Ka> Lingaten
B'nai B"rifh Social Singles
1
Members of the OoverninE Board
;ire l.eon Silvcrman. Dr Nathan
'tilth Social Singles will Friedman. Mrs Hett> Albert. Fred
nee on Saturday SaxonyMoM Tickets may be and Mrs Yetta OttllU, trustee
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Strange things happen in real life Loretta Lund studied
sewing in high school back in Chicago. It took her hall a term
to hem a towel that turned out so badly she had to do the
project over. She simplj wasn't handy with a needle
She met her late husband. Hen Lonri. at a party She had
always declared that she would never many a man with
red hair, no hair or a mustache. Seeing Ben for the lir.-t
time, she concluded that he was the
most distinguished man she had
ever seen in her life.
After they were married. Lor-
etta joined her husband in the wo-
men's wear business she always
designed her own clothes, but hail
them made. One day in the store,
watching a seamstress put in a
hem. Loretta felt a powerful desire
to be able to sew She went to the
Forrest Academy of Design in Chi-
cago for four years, taking class
and private lessons in sewing under
the direction of a French war bride
from Aimers who was an excellent
k uturier A- she became more in-
terested and confident, she delight-
lighted in making clothes not only for herself but her sister,
Cale. now Mrs Samuel Berlin.
Loretta had a background of art that included playing
he violin professionally in a dance orchestra, doing a stint
on Broadway, working with Little Theater groups, as well
as giving dramatic readings and book reviews. She drifted
awaj from all this when she joined her husband in the bus-
iness world they never had less than six or seven dress
shop- a! a time. Thej were anxious t get further ahead and
proved a most successful combination. They moved to Miami
Beach in 1951.
The Londs' unusual house on DiLido Drive was the re-
sult of nearly a year's work, put in by Loretta Of making
Mire that th( decor was just what she wanted as a suitable
background for themselves and the kind of life they wanted.
.lusi as Loretta had drifted out of the active world ol art
when she got married, she drifted gently into community
living and macking a niche lor herself in the organizational
women's world of Miami Beach Programming was always
an integral pari ol hir organizational involvement She was
i.cUvo ii. National Coui.cil ol Jewish Women, becoming
rierrl of thr- Islands Division. She was an original mem
i| ';, Mount Sinai Hospital Garden ("lull Las) Wednes-
aj she was installed president ol the Garden Club.
Eight years ago, I. retta founded a club called the Arts.
a limited group of pn fessional and semi-professional wo-
men interested in the varied arts Presently, she's in the
process "i helping found an affiliate group of the Music
Federation on the Btach
When her husband died two years ago, Loretta remem
bei she felt like the proverbial lamb among wolves since
she kiii w nothing whatever about prop rtj or investments
Ho evr, she read books on management, took investment
courses and no feels thai she has the kn wledge needed to
run her own business affairs Along with the business
course, he t ok landscape design, enabling her to d<
and direct the landscaping ol a piece ol property, and thus
mi n 1! into an asset.
Loretta is a calm never-ruffled person with that charm
ing manner inherent in people who enjoj working with
othei in either of the three worlds ol society, business or
women'- O! gani/ations
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Friday, May 7. 1965
Faith Reinhard and Haiman Clein
Say Wedding Vows at Beih David
*
Double ring evening ceremony
On Sunday. Mas 2, united Faith
Susan Reinhard and Haiman Long
Clein l!ai Ms A. S. Gross and E. A.
Levi officiated al the nuptials held
at Beth David A reception and
dinner followed In Spector Hall.
The bride is the daughter oi Mr
and Mrs. Norman Reinhard, 2221
SW 2nd Ave; granddaughter ol
Mi and Mr- Sam Reinhard and
Mrs. Anne Hoffman, and ureal
granddaughter ol Mrs David Roth
The bridegroom's parents are Ml
and Mr- Berry Clem. 330 \'\v 44th
Ave
Following a honeymoon in Jamai-
ca, the newly weds will live m
Miami.
1' 1 the nuptials, the bride chose
a Bianchi original in the Empire
MISS SAllY LYONS
style, (if candlelight antique satin
the gown was [ash ined w ilh lo
slieves, scoop neckline and detach-
able train and featured .1 design of
:in> seed pearls at Ihe fitted hod
ice
A candlelight crown with seed
I 1 .iris held the illusion veil, and
she cairied wthite orchids over a
bridal Bible presented 1 her by
the 1 10 had united her par
ents
Sharon Reinhard was her sistei -
id ol h inor other attendants
were Susan Hedbor, Shirlcj Cohen,
Rita Pollack. Donna Genel Rho la
lee /an hick, Marion. Gc don
Marsha Makslein. .hi Is Reinhard
Judj Koenig
Flower gin ..* Marcia Radofl
.mil Steve Kan; it. ring bearer Ruth
Hoffman was in < harge ol the guesl
book
The bridegroom's brother, Da\ id
Clein, served as his best man, and
ushers included Bob clem Tippy
Reinhard, Michael Clein. Dick
Clein, .foe Clein, Ma; mm Friedman
David Levine, Richard Chaikin,
, Sam Radoff and irvin Reinhard.
A youth advisor at H< Ih David
and YWHA in Miami Beach, new
Mrs Clein al-o teaches Sunday
School at Temple Ner Tamid. A
graduate ol Miami High, she at
tended the University < t Florida,
Dade Junior College and plans (0
attend Cniversitj ol Miami summer
session she is a member ol BBG,
National Forensic Leagut and Ute
Timi Stall
The bridegroom is al-o an alumnus
ol Miami High He attended I ni
versit) of Fli rida and earned a
degree from the University ol
Miami. He served as president ol
Eta Sigma Phi. was "Ideal ol
Phi Delta Gammi S >rorit\ and
belongs to Tan Epsilon Phi Fra
lernity
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MRS. HAIMAN CHIN
Miss Eileen Forte
Is Engaged
Mr and Mr- Michael Forti
11 unce the engage menl <:t t hei
laughter. Eileen, to Alexan
Avatti
The Fortes are owner-builders
i in- new rte Tow era
Mi-s Forte lives in the Long 1-
!. nd and Florida homos > f her
ents
l he -to in be 1- in bus
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Miss Sally Lyons'
Betrothal Told
By Her Parents
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice I! Lyons,
ot Langhorne. Buck- County, Pa..
announce the engageon! 1 their
daughter. Sally Ann. to Ronald
Charles Rosen, son of Mr and Mr-
Leonard Rosen, Baj Harbour Is
lands
The future bride 1- a senior at
Women's College, University ol
Pennsylvania Her fiance, an alu-
mnus of the Pennington School, is
attending Wharton School ol Fi
n. nee ami Commerce, University ol
Pennsy l\ ania
Wedding 1- planned for Aug 9
at Beth Sholom Synagogue Elkins
Dark. Pa

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Fridcy May 7. 1965
*Jewlsti ncrldnan
Paqe 9-B
Ramo, Mones
In Evening Rites
i ,i honeymoon In Lu-
is ssi u new Mr. and Mr-
n II.; i '." a ill I v in Hollj

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i r m i' r Marilyn Frances
,i Mi i: im irere united
mi i nj on Sundaj.
bi Irving Le u
c-iating The wedding and
nine r v> 111' held .it the
Hi
iiiu n lants to the bride
! Ri m '. the bride-
sistei Dolores l tstroff and
Richard
.i- How ard Wiesel-
ih stei Taahman Mixed
and Robi ri Marks serving
nsnv n and Harris Mones,
ii brother, and Sammy
rg, junii r ushers
lei of Mr and Mrs Alfred
Royal Palm Kve Mrs
,i gr iduate of \l i ;i m i
-i lor High and earned i
n elemental") education .it
r- ii \ ol Miami
rideci um is the ion <>f
\li .!-< pli Ramp. Holl)
Vn alumnus of South
Mi-.....received ,i Bach-
degree in adver-
:iil pi blic relations from
:\ oi Florida in l%4.
esidenl ot Alpha
.ma Fraternity and a mem-
pha Epsilon Pi Social Fra
Wallers Reveal
Roberta's Troth
To Mr. Rappaport
Mr and Mr- William L Waller
1460 Cleveland Rd., announce the
engagement brrta Hope to Harold A Rappaport,
son i Mr and \lr- David i>
I,, paport, 124 E. San Marino Dr
Miss Waller is a graduate o( Mi
Beach High and the L'niver
sity "I Florida, has taught in Dade
County. ami will receive < Vfastei
11 Arts di gree from Teachers Col
lege. Columbia UBiversit) in Aug
I'-t
Rapap r! ;- .. graduate >: Miami
Si nior High, attended the t niver
sit) ci Florida, where he was al
filiated with Tau Bpsilon Phi, so
cial fraternity, and graduated from
the Cniversit) id Miami At present
he is ith Philips-Van Heusen Cor-
poration in Mew York
A June 13 wedding i- planned.
Tammy Brotman
Eyes 1966 Rites
yi Irotman. 021 SW 6th
anno incing the engage
h e r daughter, Harriet
I.. v Ti 'ii ira, tn Warren
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.t are bi legi oom i- ih- si>n
nd Mr- Jack Saf'.er, Br.mx
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\u| I- anned lor June
Kit!
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Adult Education
To be Evaluated
a ii mtunmt> wide meeting mi
adult Jewish education is scheduled
for Tuesday, 8 is p.m.. at the of-
fice Of the Bureau of Jewish Kdu-
cation, 940 Lincoln Rd The confer-
ence in eo -p msored by the Greater
Miami Rabbinical Association anil
he Bureau ol Jewirh Education
Delegates ol all Jewish organ-
izations "ill gather tn evaluate
their adult education programs du
ring the past year, tn plan for the
coming year, and In create a central
resource for Jewish adult education
m the communit)
The meeting will be co-chaired
b) Dr Herbert Baumgard, presi-
dent nf the Rabbinical Association
and Louis Schwartzman executive
director ol the Bureau
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Mr and Mrs Jack Kandel. 5827
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incut i I their daughter, Sandra
Ins. on Apr 27.
Mis k.indcll will wed Burton .lay
lock, son <>f Mr and Mr- Nathan
Cook, 2064 SW 22nd Terr in Jamj-
ar) 1966
Mr Cook attended Miami Senior
iiiiih and i- now in business with
his father.
The bride-elect attended Miami
Senior High and Miami Dade .Inn
ii r College, where she studied
sociology she now serves .i- I>i>
tnct .") secretary of the B'nai B'rith
^ outh Organization
A reception honoring the couple
will be held on M.i\ 29. in the home
0l the Inline bride's aunt and
uncle. Mr and Mr- Ben Kay. ot
>k\ Lake
MISS SANDRA KANDlt
Forte Towers
Men Plan Ride
Porte Towers Men's Social Club
will hold a boatride > n Sund i) Maj
23, according to Murray Freeman
i hairman
The ride, on the Dreamboat, will
start at 9 .''i1 a.m from the Fort'
Towers pier Dancing and entei
tainment will be furnished en route
with a gourmet luncheon served at
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\K\\ YORK (JTA Dr
loachim Prinz, chairman of the
Conference ol Major Jewish Or-
ganizations and president ol 'hi
American Jewish Congress, sain
this week that West German) had
the basic institutions ol democrac)
but that too few Germans were
concerned with making democrac)
work
Temple Sinai Brotherhood
Temple Sinai Brotherhood month-
ly meeting on Thursday, x p.m.. at
the Temple was I olio wed b)
eld-
Temple Judea
Weekend Retreat
For Conf irmands
Rabbi Morn- Kipper ol I ei Le
i and Dr VI I ael G.....It
Hive director, Jewish Voca
il Service, am.....nee a "first"
m tin s> i.....ogue IV s programs.
'I he c vent v ill be in I le
form ot a weekend retreat, hi
ii ti gelher th< rabbinate, U
Jew ish \ i ational Sei \ ice \-ei y
an I the i onfirmation cla of Tem-
ple Jud .i to meet the problems i a"
fronting the 10th gi ade class
The problems ol i rsonal and pay-
I conci ii dealing with
fa mil: n religion I
justing t" -i tin | cork courtship
and marriage will be studied aid
discussed b) the c nfirmands
The retreal be held this
;cnd at the C r c I e l-' Dude
Ram h Camp in i ke u ales I
and will be atti i led b) Sandra
Vbi I Jeffr) | i >ndi i Bl -
man, Jasck Cohn, Jud) East i,
Michelle Edlow Victor Fox, Rioh-
ard Gelertni D< borah Green,
reen Han I el, Bai bars Jacob-
son, Debbie Ja< us n, Peter Jacob-
son Bonnie Kalish John Kemeny,
Carol Levin, Steven Lipson, Hnik
Rood. Rcl lit.i s hreiber, June
Schwartz, Gar; Sii m and Sherry
Wilenikj
Rabbi Kipper and Dr Goodn
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Friday, May 7. 1965
f* REATER Miami Israel Bond
^"* Organization celebrated the
7th annivernarj oi the SI ite cf Is-
. ael on Sunday at the Fontaine-
lw Hou-I. during uhioh Rabbi
..eon Kroni-h was installed as new
hairman. For I he event. Mrs
Crcnish wore a white satin form-
I with a jeweled bodice. Her
lack silk jacket was an anniver-
ry sift from the Rabbi, and was
r.nd-paintcd and embroidered
ith jots and caviar beads
A black and white floor-length
own was -elected by Mrs Isa
or Hecht. Her black fitted bodice
ad a scoop neckline, and vivid
aid-painted flowers trimmed the
kirt. Mrs. Anna Brenner Movers
own w a s in Schiaparetli pink
a:in. and the neckline on her for
lal went In.in a -<>< P front to a
ecollete \' back. I'ink satin was
Iso the ciiice of Mrs Philip F.
hau The beaded torso was in
nd featured satin-lined bugle
- detailing her scooped neck
ne and braceiet-lengtfi slee> i -
\ white sequined gown from
long Kong was chosen by Mr-.
len Essen for the occasion. Fring
s "i seed pearl- went from neck
> to hemline Mr- II Franklin
Williams was in gold satin with
knee ii-n.'th matching jacket
ver her gown A foliage pattern
as i mbroidered with gold thread
alured on both the gown and ihe
icket Spotted during cocktails
ere Mrs. Joseph Lipton in black
ice, Mrs Ben Blum in a white-
eweled sown, and Mrs A. J. Mo
iskj in a champagne satin fer-
ial
kolRS. A C. Fines white silk
crepe formal was embroid-
red with satin-lined bugle beads
i a scalloped, scattered fringe.
{hinestones detailed her decollete
eckline. A black gown was eho-j
en by Mrs Chuck Hall, which
as jet-beaded and worn with a|
uby red silk -atin fringed stole
Anshe Ernes Plans
Anniversary Fete
Ongregation Anshe Bmeg will
I lebrate Israel's 17th anniversary
Ma) 19 at 8 p.m.
Highlight of the program will be
adress bj Rabbi Morris Skop, of
mple Beth Shirah Moving pic-
res taken in Israel will also be
own, and a birthday cake with 17
ndles will be lit
Committee includes Irving Sper-
g, chairman, Emanuel Kushele-
1/ pi-, sidenl of Anshe Kmes. Max
I ithbeind. Max Sus.-man. J seph
cus, Samuel Esterman and Ervmg
- ck-
1
Mrs Shepard Broad's white
French silk ensemble featured a
gold jeweled bodice and a long-
sleeved, waist length j a c k e t.
Ca mpagne-colored madeira lace
in the classic scoped neck sheath
was worn by Mrs. Max Wcitz. Mrs.
Sam Blank chose a brocade form-
al in ombre green and gold. Her
niatehing jacket had a modified
Oriental neckline. Rose satin bro-
cade with gold lame woven into
the floral motif was worn by Mrs
Murray Koretzky Her matching
stole covered the decollete back.
Canary yellow silk crepe was se-
lected by Mrs Morris Rabino-
witz. White chalk beads were in a
wide band at the neckline, arm-
hole- and slashed across the hip.
She wore a matching stole, and
a matching abort skirt converted
the gown to a cocktail ensemble
Mrs Meyer Baskin was in an om-
bre gold and pink gown with a
matching jacket, featuring a
unique print Also seen during the
evening were Miss Lillian Good
man in a jeweled turquoise gown
and Mi-- Esther Goodman in a
pink sequined gown. Mrs, Solomon
Sehill chose a white brocade and
late ensemble, with a gold silk
COwl neckline, and Mrs Herbert
Baumgard was in a black and
white gown, with black and white
embroidering on the bodice
First meetinq to form a Steerinq Committee of
the Women's Division to elect Milton Sirkin is
held at the DiLido Hotel. Sirkin. a long-time
resident and businessman of Miami Beach,
has been drafted by a qroup of Beach resi-
dents to run for City Council of Miami Beach.
Standinq (left to riqht) are Miss Beatrice Kal-
stein, Mrs. Leo Rutslein, Mrs. Trudy Hamer-
schlaa, Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburq. Sirkin, Mis
Jack Katzman, Mrs. Flora Sinnick. Seated are
i ss He"a Stein. Mrs. Georqe Israel. Mrs
George Valentine, Mrs. Nan Cohen and Mrs.
Louis Glasser.
V -
|y|RS. Florence Pick's red vel
" vet gown had a matching
fingertip-length cape. Beige
crepe, with a matching full-length
lace coat, was chosen by Mrs.
Louis P. Rudnick. Mrs .lame- M
Albert', off-white French silk
gown was topped with a waist
length jacket embroidered with
crystal and gold caviar and bugle
beads at the neckline and on the
sleeve- White chiffon was t.he se-
lection of Mrs. Maxwell Dauer.
Iridescent pastel sequins were fea-
tured in an overall embroidery
pattern. Mrs Rose K Broody's
white crepe gown featured inde-
cent sequins in a floral pattern on
the fitted bodice
On the gown of Mrs. Shirley
Levy, sequins in gold and pink
covered the bodice. Mrs. Carrie
R' sen's silk ensemble featured
a floret! garden print on a back- ed by Mis. William Adelman. presi-
ground of white Her bodice was dent,
fitted, the skirt in the controlled
fullness of the bell silhouette, and Serving with Mrs Adelman will
capelet sleeve- were the impor- he Mesdames Pauline Lazarus,
tant fashion details on her coat. Bessie (libber, vice presidents:
Mrs. Akiva Coffers white alen- Frieda Lieberman. F.stelle Green-
con lace ensemble featured a field, secretaries; Trudy Marshall.
double breasted, hip length jacket, chaplain: Minnie Hopen. patriotic
Mrs. Jonas .1 Brotman made the instructress; Dorothy Cohen, con-
blue and green iridescent brocade ductress; Carolyn Apple, treasurer;
gown which she wore. Her match- Sarah Ruebel. historian; C.oldio
log cape featured a modified por- Yoroba, guard; Sally Levy, Reba
trail neckline. Cantor, flag-bearers.
Mrs. William Adelman (left)
was installed as president
for a second term of Jewish
War Veterans Auxiliary 330
on Apr. 1 at the American
Leqion Hall. Riqht is Mrs.
Louis* Deutsch, Florida State
Department Auxiliary presi-
dent, JWVA. who inducted
the new slate of officers.
Beach Post JWVA
Installs Officers
Slate Of officers for Jewish War
Veterans Auxiliary 330 installed
recently by State Department Pres
ident Mrs Rhoda Deutch is head-
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Friday, May 7. 1965
Jen1st) fhiltltr
Paqe 11 ;
Sinai Auxiliary Installation to Feature
Teal Traina Collection by Burdine's
\ "Crystal Anniversary" instal-
.ition luncheon will be held by the
|\ Sinai Hbapftal Auxiliary mi
I Friday no<>n. Ma) it ;it the Fmi
ninebiM Hotel.
\u\ih.ir preatdttnl Mrs. Leonard
\ Uien. "ill present her annual
.-. after which H.ihhi .Iopi h
|\.,rot. spiritual leader of Tempi.
rael, ""ill install t'ie following of
Buers for the coming >-ai Mrs.
[Leonard a Wfeu, honorary presi
I Mrs. Yale N Levinson.
president; Mrs Raymond Feiner.
i i c e president, administration.
I- Bernard Sprctnr. vice presi
|r.< lit, vrvicrs; Mr- Murray Kern.
iue president, ways and moans.
Us Sherman Kaplan, recording
arj Mrs F*ai"*ej Salomon.
^.iTe-ixuv'ui^ secretary; Mrs. Sam-
: Seltzer, assistant corrpsrwnilini:
and Mrs Samuel Wics.
-( Financial secretary; Mrs. Ralph
assistant financial secre-
i -. \ir- Carl Susskind, treasur
\: Mr- Ralph John Owen, pnrli.i
i tarian.
v present, Mount Sinai Hospital
liruliar) h .i l'.hhi members, at
i some ISO are active vohin-
i. cot i ibt'Ung man) thous-
' ii o ii r of nth Currently, then' are also
\ ohinteet included in the
In addition to aiding the
Stafl tor the benefit < f
'.J and patient the Auxil
aintains and services the
\i mni "I Mount Sinai, the
iiifl Shop ii.i the Snack
- hi mhuh support

ternoon's | i v ill fea
jshion presentation i>i the
' ion, narrated b>
.-- r.. ..hi dared
r line Dep rttni ill stun'.
and accompanied by the music of
Alan Role and his orchestra
The program u a s planned by
Mrs. Michael Gilbert it n d Mrs
Lawrence Porter, co-chairmen, and
luncheon arrangements were made
by Mrs. Leo Chaiken and Mrs
Arnold Seeder, co-chairmen. Lunch
- ).- !,...,.. ,i| ). provided by
Mrs. Stanley Arkin and Mrs. Carl
u.inii, co-chairmen, Origins
table dec-.r.rums will be created bj
he Mount Sinai Hospital Garden
Club, under the supervision of Mi-
\lex Gordon president.
tccordtng to Mrs Carl SUM-
kind, hmrheon chairman, tickets
are still available, and can he on
tabled by contacting the ticket
chairman, Mrs June Briskin. or
'iv calling .he Auxiliary office al
Mount Sinai Hospital
MARSHALL flUIR
;euer to Head Reform Appeal
as, presi brew Congregations and the He
i. mm meed L'nion CoU< -> Ji ish Insti
herka
1 Beta \;n. ..
i the a pi ointment oi Marshall tute "f Religion
ne> and member of Appointment of F.....r is the fore
'! '' v nmn< r ol plans for a breakl
>' rm .' ,, s.m lav
I nioii il n He ., ,0 m
[lein Cited As
[Elk of Year"
...

Kit Yeai
recc :!!>
it lc I M I i II
and iic has
fied '. th p li iol ii
the past
" at time Klein was
iident "f the Washii
Merchants lsso< iation,
mander <>f the Vmci ii an
.\ ice commander of the
-h War Veterans and state
ol Ihe JWV
as also 26-year chairman
Disaster and Rcliel Coin
r the / in Ri d l ross,
chairman ot the Amen-
n Committee of the Elks
M. YAlt IfVMSON
Robert H. Newman, president
of the Southeast Region of UAHC
here, will be honored at the
breakfast for his devoted ser-
vice to Reform Judaism." The
presentation of a plaque to New-
man will be made by Circuit
Court Judge Harold B. Spaet.
. ; Sell
dirt ctor ol the L'nion ol Vnu i ican
itions, will bring
_r. iin. Rabbi Herix I M l'.
Itual leader ol Temple
I'. Hi Am.
\--:-iri_ Feuer are II rman l
n in. chairman of arrangements,
Joseph Mtsehuller Dr Joseph Bet
Leonard Caplan, Byron Cher-
k; s, Ben Clein, Dr Max Dauer,
- u ley Gilbert Mi E> elyn < I
Carl Harold, Mrs Ellen Hey
.in. lr\ ing l ax George Malin,
josi | h Reisman, Mar-hall Sun
mons. I'llis Tarshes, Bart l dell
and Henry Peine, director.
CPA's Elect
Hurwitz President
Eli Hurwitz has been elected pres-
ident of the Dadc County Chapter
oi ihe Florida Institute "t Certi-
fied Public Accountants
\cii\e 111 community affairs. Hur
v it/ i- immediate past president <>f
M e B'nai B'rith Council of South
Florida Lodges, past president of
em l.ni' B'nai B'rith, past
idem of thi '{card oi Direct
the Ireater Miami B'nai
B'rith Youth >rg nn ition
He is pasl pn si lent I l
; .. presi lent n| Ihe Pace
Mumni A i ice | m of
ish Education "i ; eater M i
ol Iholem Lodge's
iiutstanding Cili;
rd imn itti treason of Mi-
I Hillel Foundati n. recipient of
rith Distrii t Gr ind l
No. S award as Out at
Lodge Pn -i nt 1961 1962 and
onal ice president of the
i Pedi r ition ol B'nai B'rith
Lodges
nd riirei I w -

l-elect Maxwell Wi .
m 1 I ,i> retary,
; Duki Hatl ield; trc usurer.
Bernard Sw ichkov. due: rs, :
'ii l> i r son, Mtirraj. Mi
; Ira Hertzoff and Milton
Rabbi Alstet Will
Be Honored For
Rabbinic Service
Rabbi Murraj Alstet will be hon-
ored for hi- :>n rears in the rab-
binate during services Friday, May
ii. al Meih David Congregation.
Rabbi Alstet was Beth David's
first spiritual leader He held the
pulpit in ii25 when the congrega-
tion was "ii \\\ 3rd Ave
Semi-retired, Rabbi Alstel lives
with his wife and physician son. Dr
Maynard Alstet, in Coral Gables
His brother, Rabbi Philip
Alstet, of New York, a columnist
in the English-Jewish press, will
be guest speaker at the event.
Max R Silver, president of Beth
David, said that Judge Milton
Friedman will be speaker for the
alumni of Beth David, many of
whom were Rabbi Ablet's students.
Greetings will be read from Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard, spiritual lead-
er of Temple Beth Am. on behalf
of the (Ireater Miami Rabbinical
Association, of which Rabbi Baum-
iN.rd is president.
The Rabbinical Association has
passed a resolutii n which congratu.
hues Rabbi Alstet "on 50 years of
distinguished service to Jewry and
Judaism, and prays that God vvill
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La si regular meeting of the
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Swei llm is perm Hunt chairman
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Fridav. May 7, 1965
Rabbi Jonah Caplan Elected President
Of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn.
Raymond Bellin
Jeffrey tevine
Alan Rosenthal
J$ar ^Mitzvalt
!
Raymond Bellin
Temple Adath Yeshurun will be
... tting for the Bar Mitzvah of
I a] mond Keith, son oi Mr. and Mrs
Bellin. 1230 NE 202nd St..
Saturday, M.
In the seventh grade at Norland
junior High, the celebrant plays
i ,.:hi and trumpet in the school
band and i> also active m sports.
Fhe Bar Mil irents will
l mor him at thi Kiddush following
i ceren onj nd at recei
dinner on Sundaj evening at the
i Ion Hotel
Jeffre' Levine
M in< h a si \ ces at Temple
E nanu-EI on Saturday, May 8. "ill
ii elude the Bar Mitzvah of Jeffrey,
sen of Mr. and Mrs Abraham A.
Lei inc.
Jeffrej is in the seventh grade
a Ida M Fisher Junior High and
I ays drains in the band Mis inter-
ests include music, art and coin-
collecting.
Thi- celebrant will be honored at
a reception Saturday evening at the
Famous Restaurant.
Alan Rosenthal
During services Saturday morn
ic g. May 8. at Beth David Syna
gogue. Alan. SOt of Mr. and Mrs.
tierschel Rosenthal, .">i"0 SW 23rd
Ave., m ,11 be Bar Mitzi ah
\ an is an eighth grade student
trus (' i oi e Junior High, u here
I: vice president He has ,.t
tended Bi h David Hebrew School
f en years and is no in He-
I High Scho I
an i- a member <>i the Sa
t ma] science Foundation and is
ii. the advanced science summer
I ogram He participates in bowl-
ii and baseball for recreation.
Grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Ed
I isenthal, of Boynton Beach, and
and Mrs Ben Miller, of Miami.
\. U be present lor the occasion.
Mark Barnett
On Saturday, Maj B, Mark, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Barnett. 721 NE
iK-th St., will he Bar Mitzvah at
Young Israel ol Greater Miami.
Mar-, is ii enth gi a le student
i I John F Kenned) Junior High,
. d his hobbies are sports and
wimi ii
He will be honored al partj the
< vening oi his Bi r Mitzvah

Mark Oberferst
On Saturday. May 8. Mark, son of
and Mrs. Nathan Oberferst, will
b< Bar Mitzvah at the Israelite
< enter lie will be honored at the
Kiddush following services and .,t
a reception to be held al Michele's
that ening
Mai k i- a student al the Isi ael-
it- Center Religious School and also
a Shenandoah Junior High, where
h< plays in the school band
uests at the reception
w ii be the Bar Mi n ah's grand-
r Mrs Bertha I tberfi rsl
tnends will be held in the banquet
i "i el Park Lane.
Susan Feinstein
Susan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Milton Feinstein. 17515 NE 8th PI .
will be Bas Mitzvah on Friday eve
ning, Ma) 7, at Beth Toruh Congre.
'ii
Susan attends 5th grade graduat-
ing class ol Beth rorah Religious
School, and is in the seventh grade
al .ii hn F. Kennedy Junior High.
Attending her Bas Mitzvah will
be grandparents. Mr and Mrs Je-
rome Rich and Mrs. Dora Feinstein.
Nancy Abrams
ing late I Ii
Ma) 7 al Boh l>a\ id S) n-
a Nai I i. daughter o|
/. and Mrs. Myi fill be
i Mitzvah
S lenandoah Junior,
i ;:. h re le in the se\ ntl
nd !n- i student at
i David for the past severfj
years
Gr ts Oscar IbVi ms, oil
Mai. Mrv
11 attend
i......onj an i Shab-
I sponsored by the parent- \
reception and dinner for Nancy's
Joel Meyer
Saturday morning May 8, at Tem-
ple Or Olom, Joel, son of Mr and
Mrv Alan Meyer, will be Bar Mitz-
vah.
Joel is a seventh grade student
at Rockway Junior High School.
He is interested in piano and guitar,
and all sports.
Attending his Bar Mitzvah irom
New York will be his grandparents.
Mr and Mrs. Joseph Meyer.
Marshall Pepper
Early morning services at Tem-
ple Zion on Saturday. May 8. will
include the Bar Mitzvah ol Mar-
shall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Manfred
Pepper, 530 SW <>"th Ct
Marshal i- a seventh grade stu-
dent at Kimberly Park Junior High,
and his he hoy is com collecting
Jeffrey Olsberg
Jeffrey, son of Mr. and Mrs
Ralph Olsberg, 815 NE 172nd St.
will observe his Bar Mitzvah at
Beth Torah Congregation on Satur
d. y, May 8.
Jeffre) has attended Beth Torah
Religious School lor the past i ur
years, and is in the eighth grade
at John F Kenned) Junior High
S hool.
Among guests attending will le
.i< ffrey's grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs, Hairy I lldsberg.
Bert Gordon
Be '. son ol Mi and Mrs Ralph
Gord mi. 2100 NE 197th Ter will ob-
serve his Bar Mitzvah at Beth Tor-
ah Congregation on Saturday, May
8th.
Bert has attended Beth Torah
Religious School for three years
and is in the seventh grad cl John
F Kennedy Junior High School
Among guests will be B t's
grandparents, Mr and Mrs. Her-
man Gordon and Mrs. Belle Miller
Richard Spiegel
Bar Mitzvah ol Richard Allan,
son oi Dr. and Mrs Bernhard Spie-
gel, 5940 SW inot.h Ter., will be oh
served Saturday. May 8. at Temple
Beth Am
Richard, a seventh grade student
.' Palmetto J u n i o r High Si hool,
u ill be honored at a luncheon at
home following the service,
Marc Levy
M'i C, son of Mr and Mr- Mill >n
Levy, 1165 NE 176th St., will be
aar Mitzvah at the Saturday af-
iternoon service i i Beth Tori h Con-
i on Maj 8th
Marc has ..Mended B th Torah
Religious School for three years,
nd is c sei i nth grader in John I
Kenned) Junior Huh School.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. spiritual
leader ol Temple Adath Yeshurun
North Miami Beach, was elected
presidenl of the Rabbinical Associ-
ation of Greater Miami at its regu.
lar meeting Wednesday.
Other officers elected include
Rabbis Max A. Lipschitz. of Beth
Torah Congregation, North Miami
Beach, vice president: Allen Rut-
chile, director. Southeast Region of
l mted Synagogue of America, sec-
retary; Samuel /.. .laffe. Temple
Be h El of Hollywood, treasurer.
Executive vice president of the
Association is Rabbi Solomon
Schiff, of Congregation Beth Bi
Miami.
Rabbi Herbert Baumgard, of
Temple Beth Am, South Miami,
who is outgoing president, was
commended "for the outstanding
leadership and direction which
he exhibited during his term in
office."
Other outgoing officers include
Rabbis Jonah Caplan, vice presi-
dent: Harold Richter, Congregation
B'nai Raphael, North Miami sec-
retary; and Samuel Jalte Ireasur
el'.
Rabbi Caplan is a graduate oi
Yeshiva University oi New York
City For 16 years, he served as
spiritual leader of Temple Beth El
ol Astoria, L.I where he was pres-
ident of the Rabbinical Council of
Long Island, chairman of the Zion-
ist Youth Commission of Long
island, and vice president of New
York Board of Rabbis.
Rahbi Caplan later moved to San
Antonio. Tev. where he helped es-
tablish a new traditional congrega-
tion. He came to Miami Beach to
I ecome spiritual leader of Con-
gregation Kneaseth Israel, Alter
two years, Dr. Samuel Belkin. pres.
idenl of Yeshiva University, called
upon Rabbi Caplan to become Ye-
shiva's regional dn-ce'or in South
Florida He served In thai capa-
citj tor live years
In 1959, Temple Adath Yeshu-
run, in its early development, in-
vited Rabbi Caplan to become its
part-time spiritual leader. He
served in that capacity for two
years, and in 1962 took on full
time duties at the Congregation.
Rabbi Caplan is .i member oi the
Board of thi- Bureau of Jewish Ed-
ucation oi Greater Miami and in
the Board Ol the VM and YWIIA ol
i reater Miami He is i ice president
,.t the SffllffiHlmtda' CotStofl df
American Jewish Congress He is a
member of the Social Action Com
mittee Of the Rabbinical Council
ol America
Rabbi and Mrs Caplan live
Dade Chamber
Moves Quarters
A move (o larger, more attractive
and functional quarters in the new
330 Building on Biscayne Boule-
vard will be made in mid-summer
liv the Miami Hade Counly Cham-
ber of Commerce
The Allen Morris Company, man
aging agent for the new facility al
Biscayne B o u I e v a r d, has
agreed to purchase the present
chamber building at 345 NE 2nd
Ave
Perei Bellelis
son ol Mr and Mrs Leon
Bellelis, 2382 SW 15th St will be
Eti r Mitzvah oi Sal irdaj May 8.
lion Hi th i-:i
I is a -tudent at till
El Hebrew School and ., --.enth
le si idenl i i Shi nandoah Jun-
ior Hil.Ii School.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT
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ami Beach They have two married
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losepti Mechlow
lead at Age 74
Veteran Great-
er Miami Zionist
Leader. .1 o s e p h
Mechlow. of 191!
SW 2nd St.. died
here 00 May 3 at
the age of ".
A native of Ru-
mania. Mr. Meeli
low settled in
Now York hut
came to this area
MtcMow 40 years ago.
,1 t i hu.-ine>- at the
,i- death Mr MevaJow had
re.i estate investor and
i food markets, daticatan-
taurants and a drag store
ran i- n candidate for Mi-
ch GMJ Council.
nber Of Miami Beach Dis-
ii ~t Organisation ol Amer-
Mechtou also belonged to
National Fund. United Jew-
:i. H ttadrut, Etonds of Is
in Societ) for Tech
I American friends of He
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. .. held Maj .'> in
Home
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lebrew Univ.
Ircnches Switch
SALE' UTA The
: i ors 11 the Hebrew
l) ipor ed this week a
bj iii\ ersit) 's s
Tel \vi\ branches
niversit> to the
I -it> 'I Se de
a vol 13 to 14, ith five
I., th presl 'en' "i
niver ij bead* t
h i) tivoi ed the transfer
i \ Racah rector ol
the ipposition
Coastal
APARTMENTS
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SfNERAl^fLECTRIC
Hausner Writes on War Crimes in Current 'Esquire'
By Special Report
NEW YORK In the current is-
sue of Esquire. Gideon Hausner.
former Attorney General of Israel
and Adolf Eichmann's prosecutor.
argues there are no ex-N'azis. just
a lot ol tree ones who must be ap-
prehended, tried and punished.
Writing about the legal deaUne
for the prosecution of Nazi war
climes. Mr. Ilau.-ner notes that:
"Limitations of actions is a con-
cept based on the Biblical idea of
the Jubilee year, when wrongs are
forgotten, debts annulled and a new
spring commences. It would be a
real tragedy if. as a result of this
lofty idea, the greatest evil on earth
remains unpunished and the most
dangerous war criminals who ever
trod the sod are able to revert to
normal life .
"Thii it not the problem of
Germany alone. It concerns all
nations. Whatever threat to our
future peace may loom from
other quarters, the fact remains
that in our immediate past it was
Germany which made us go to
war twice and which has inflict-
ed on the world untold suffering.
We owe it to the memory of the
dead and to the security of the
living to ensure that the evil be
rooted out from that country.
The peace of the world may well
depend on it."
In his Fsquire article. Hausner
enumerates the crimes of some of
'the major Nazi criminals who aro
'still at large. Also, he reviews tiv
history of anti-Semitism in Ger-
many that predated Hitler. tins
present attitude toward the pro-
secution of Nazis, and the politi-
cal implications of the cutoff dati
for new prosecutions.
MICHAll MISHUOfff
Mishelof f Wins
Physics Grant
Michael Norman Misheloff, 21,
phy stitute ol Technology in Pasadena,
Calif has b..... named a "inner ol
n 13 0 01 yeai fellow ship grant
in theoretical physics from the l'm
versitj ol California at Berkelej
The son 11 Mrs Mollj Misheloff,
who previous!) lived in Miami, he
i^ one iii nlj six students in the
entire I nited States to receive the
ii How ship
Mislielofl uill graduate from Cal
11 h uith hon >rs tin* June
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POPULAR PRACTICAL
PREFERRED APPRECIA1E3

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LUXURY LIVING!
YEARLY RENTALS
Unfurnished 1 Sidroom
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Before You Rent Compare
When they tell you the apartments are luxurious .
COMPARE!
Kiog-s;ze apartmen's free centra! air condition-
ing and heating large priva'e 'erraces ... all
. i k-in closets ultra-modern kitchens and
bathrooms.
When they tell you the location is wonderful .
COMPARE!
f Biscavne Bou'evard ng'v on Biscayne Bay
. only 3 mmutes from Mian '- Ten minutes
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A.' jmi or Key Biscayne and north to 79th Street.
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connects with all other express., a. s and the Sun-
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When they tell you the features are the finest .
COMPARE!
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g at no charge security guard day and night-
res dence management valet shop laundry
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When they tell you the pleasure facilities are the best .
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Olympic-size s.- ig pool tennis courts
-ffleboard courts 18-hole putti.ig green
at dock and fishing p,er 5 beautiful, land-
i acres of gardens.
When they tell you, dollar for dollar, you get the most
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Deiuxe Studio Apartments from $13
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we prefer you be positive that
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IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
I'TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 65C 4790
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NOTICE B\ PUBL CATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ThE
Eleventh judicial circuit of
florida in and for dade
county. ,n chancer1.
No. 6dC I
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SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COLNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 66428- B
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 65C 4886
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SAM ~'' VRRi 1R1 I,
Plaintiff,
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SUIT FOR DIVORCE
II 1 I.Mi KilTXK s. 'Altill "Iii
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Dripping Springs, Te\n*
V.'ii. I.Mi Kih'NK Si'Allla 1R1 ,
thai a laii .a Com-
lil urn for 1 ilvon has been filed
against you. ami you are requln -I to
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i'n: i" Hi. lllll of Col ,..'iii ..ii ih,.
Plaintiffs attorney, I'aldln, Rot hen-
berg .v 1.. '. link. ;:;. m-, .,\ M. 1 1
Ing, Miami. I- lor Ida, ami file ih. orlg.
inal AiiMur or Pleading in tin
Of Ih- I. 1 I- "I Un- 1 'in nil Court "Ii
is- before tin- I'lh .Ia> ..1' .Inn.
If you fail 1.. .li. s... judgment !> .1.
f.mli mil I,., taken against you f.n the
r.lief demanded In thi lull ..r Com-
plaint
Tfcls m-ii. shall 1..- published once
si li >i 1. 1. for Lair .-.ni-. ul vi u ki-
ln THE JKWIKH I'l.iiKIIH AN
I'.iM-: AM. 1 HtDKRKD ai M an
Florida, ilii.. nil day ol Ua \ 11
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(seal) ii Miirt-'iii rii, Uorford
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NOTICE BY PUBL C......
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 65C 4430
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Plaintiff,
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suit for divorce
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AtiD FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No 65C 4346 (Lee)
l.la >XARD M I'CIITIM.AM. and
Hi 1 \ PR I El iLAXD, I an.
Plainl
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h "man. ill VIH.KS la 11;/it 1.1.1 v. 1
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
1 JENNIE BoltZKLI.INu
Sjoo Atlantic Ai. 1 .
Allanl 1. City, N. H .1.1 .
I'll \Kl.i:s IHiK/.K'l.l.l.N'li. .,..,1 ,i'
married, RORZELI.INU
his wife, lie.-.'i.-ia rnkii',,11.. and
All 1111k11.11> 11 parties claiming by,
thruugh, under or auain.-i n .
I10 m.11 I,- dead .a .,1.
kn ai n to I..- dead ..1 alive
Yol' VRK HEREBY NOTIFIED
"lui.l.uiii 1,. Pbrei In
m. ni 1.a 1 >. ..I encumbering
I-"' I'-. HI." 1. ll. I'KIITI'I.AM. .MAN-
oil, according i" the Plat
I' "I'L il 111 I'lal Book i'. Ul I .,:;.
' ih. Public Records ol
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bai 1-. n filed againsl you, ami von
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\n.u.i pleading 1.. the Com-
plaint "ii Plaintiffs' Attorney, .1 |ia-
VII. MERMAN 1.,".,,. i;,..,,,
I: llldlng, Mian.I 11, ai li. I-'|...
: IginaJ An.-iii'i "i pli ,,|.
Ing in Un- offli ..1 ih.- n.-rk "i the
abovi ."uri ",, .a before the Sth day
ll' inn (ail I" il
Judgement bj .1. fault "ill be
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iHiXIT AND ORDKUED al Mi.,ml
Dude I'..iini.i. Florida, this 3rd daj of
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Ch-rk o( Circuit Court
(Seal) Hi K M i.v ma V
Deput) Clerk
I DAVIT) I.IITHMAX
"'.....1 Plaintiffs
105 Lincoln li.,...I Building
Miami li. ... 11. I"l..ri.la IJlM
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IN THE COI NTY JUDGE S COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNT*
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 66701 C
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IfKRsIAX COHEN
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 66814 A
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 66C 3951
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Plaintiff,
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JENRY LEONARD
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 66.730-C
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NOTICE TO CRFDITORS
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rauins to the plalntlff'a Mil of
ni, "ii Hi.- plaintiff's attor-
ROBKUT II rK.sSMi H.T. ^10
I Bldf 10 N.K Third Ave,
Fl. i Ida, and to f'le the ori*-
" 'in Clerk ..f ih. Circuit
Mi.inn. I-.id.. County. Florida,
uc bffnii- Hi. 17Ui da) i May.
if you tall la do ao, iudarmenl by
a II bi taken atMinai you ii.r
el di .ui.l. il in tin- romplalnL
>NK VXH !!! iKRKD ..: Miami,
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 66C 4003
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Plaintiff,
KKNNKTII i: ilOCQU. ux, I.
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NOTICE OF SUIT
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I" Cam II Street
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
NO 6SC-4296
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LEGAL NOTICE
COL'.TV JUDGE'S COLRT
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HOli 'ROBATE
No 6U61I.Q
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA iN PROBATE
No 66436-C
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA iN PROBATE
No 66624.B
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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property, lo-wlt:
l^.l R, Ftloch IS, The Am. ml. .1
Plat of tii,. Troplca, acvordlng to
tha plat thereof, recorded in Plat
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record' oi I .. N.W. 87th Street, Uwether
with fliturea .mil appllancaa con-
i '.in., d ih.r, III. .i- il.M-rili.il in said
mortjnmei
haj iieen filed a^alnal yoti and yi
hereb) roQUired to aerve -i copy of
your Answer to 111 aald t'ompialnl
on the Ittorne) for the Plaintiff
in -............ you ,., the ... "';,/";,' ".'r;;';:'1 A"'." ,:
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Mllledaeville, Georgia to thi Count) Judaea ol Dadi County.
VOL" AUK IIKKKBV NOTIFIED I*1*"' "" the aain in dupllcati and ,i-
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Ihe llmi of the flral pulillcation here-
hi ami ^ ill be ban ed.
Dated ;it Miami, Florida, tbla ''ih
da) .-I .'.prll. A 11 '.'."
\ \K. in li HAFT
\- Kxecutor
l'ir.-t puhlli ji.......f thia not
thi ''.Hi duj uf April, III
HKNItY NORTON
i rm-) for Baecutor
1106 Itlw ..\ in BldR Miami, Fla.
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No 66482
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