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The Jewish Floridian ( May 14, 1965 )

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"•Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Volume 38 Number 20 Miami. Florida, Friday, May 14, 1965 Three Sections Fnce 20tf U.S. Studies Soviet Jews In Hill Quiz V *&3!** -,-.18 NATIONS OfftR APPEAl PAGE 8A Israel displays its powerful deterrent force before 500.000 cheerina Israelis and foreiqn ob:vers :n the Independence Day Parade in Tel Aviv. Shown is a battery of Hawk supersonic cTOund-to-air missiles acquired from the United States and made operative last month as c key element >n Israel s air defense. Ground crewc for the F^wk mi—"--; were trained at Ft. Bliss. Tex. (Photo by JTA). Israel Deterrent Power On View in Anniversary Parade ESHKOl REVEIWS ACHIEVEMENT PAGE 5 A Ihl. AVIV i JTA i A half million spectators hailed Israel's n ihtarj power displayed this week m the sevente nth Independence Da> "; hux lied jet and transport pUnes roared overhead .ml 300 military vehicles rumbled • Hie parade route with the hundreds of marchers. American made Hawk anti-aircraft missiles. West German antiaircraft funs and Mark :>i Sherman Orthodox Chief Raps Pressures on Vatican A.YtNDMtHTi ARE STUDIED PACE V-A tOnOPlAL ATTACKS Df/CIDE PAGl 9-A Special Report .. I'I'RK -l FcuerI nion of \ Jev. ish Cot regal ns of n ; resentin | over .i. 1 "" 1 lea ni the United 51 %  rk sc ire l sharp 1 secular agt ncies w hick lor theok> %  ;iii() dot trinal amendi the I atti % %  !'<.• clergy %  -. i i the Bcume recent!) i w -, 'i 11 wl i h wived the I cf deicide sp | i e ore i 000 1 dinner i the Nev. York Hilton Feuerstem maintained that the Jewish secular pre^s-re groups render a great disservice to tha welfare or Jewry by engagContinued on Page II-A tanks. as well as French nuns, wore put i*n display foe the first time. Thousands o) tourists were among the watchers, many of whom had %  ted patiently all through the night to get good viewing spots. Trie parade opened with mo torized columns. Jteps, flagbearers, |eep-mcunted recoilles guns, fcHewed by armored troop carriers, armored cars of the border pc'ice, artillery columns and i ided anti-tank missiles from France. Tank units included French. American and British weapons. Then I v Ca lets I infantry troops I ,: \ i.ii ;-: ce .nil i md signal units and i '! h .iir dis| a) began ith si\ Continued on Page 5-A WASHINGTON i JTA i — Hearon dis riminalion against Jews in the Soviet Union were started here this week by a subcommittee of the House Foreign Allans Committee, while the State Depart ment Indicated that it has abandoned its recently expressed policy of non-objection to a resolution by Congress condemning Soviet antiSemitism. The State Department, in a letter ;o Rep. Leonard Farbstein. a m< mber of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, said that • %  formal government intervention" with the I'SSR was undesirable. The letter, dated May 5. was signed by Doug las Mac Arthur 2nd. who Is Assistant Secretary of State for Congressional relations. The State Department expression followed reports that the Soviet I'nion has filed rong diplomatic protests with the l s Government against the tacit support of the proposed Congres sional resolution announced b> the D partment several weeks ago Mr. MacArthur did not openly Continued on Page 8-A 'PETTY DEALINGS' Bonn Delay On New Ties Raises Fears J K R ISA LEM — (JTA Premier Lev! Bshkol, in a pOUl ed reference to West German dela In ratifying diplomatic relations !>etween West Germany and is. .-.-I. said this week Israel "expected that Bonn would not indulge in p dealings" In acting on the matter. lie made the comment to %  group of visiting West German Journal its. The Premier's office has not concealed its apprehension over the West German delay in ra" f 'cation of the expected joint anContinued on Fare 6-A Europe* Loaders Hear Talk on Spanish Jews Goldmann Urges Support Of Bourguiba's Proposal %  JERUSALEM <•''! V • in | ed I ek to enlist w< rid Ji wrj ii a int effort to us< "the breat h in th* wall i nisiai Pr dent H : in itemi nts \i. state • • %  • i th Isr pei i %  A %  i .:. mist lei ud t • thi I inisian Pr ii %  time had not yel arrived for %  p t>p Fals But, he added, the significance of the proposals was perhaps historical in that for the first time a recognized Arab leader had taken a stand envisaging a peaceful settlement of the Arab-Israel cc iflict. In n Isi world Je < %  ., n was a widcl) .-. si n which the \ •• %  states •; %  • m | in their antiContinued on Paoe 12-A SELS JTA) — A predi : tion • %  : t the spantsn iovernment ild • on f llov. nrecognition • ie Madrid Jewish communit) v. th similar legal status for the ilu .1. ,'. ish communities In made here this week Max Mazin, president of the Mrdrid community. I!.made the prediction at a ting of the Standing Confer11 ce of European Jewish Communit) Services The meeting was n. nd d b) representatives •• f i. \u.-h communities ol 13 countries directors >! r Jewish inatio: al welfare organizations Dr. Astorre Mayer, president of th? Ml .in Jewish Community and chairman of the Conference, anroerced that Milan wo'jld hencefoilh be the representative of the Council of Spanish Jewish Conv munities. The Council is comContinue* on Page 7 A JOSIPH M. l/PTON Lipton Elected President of Federation AlOSfJ /. mutsTim Joseph M Lipton has been nominated as next prcsidi nt of the Greater Miami Jewish Federa tion. David P Ca'-nian. chairman of the Federation Nominating < >m rrlttee, announced Wednesday that Upton is scheduled to ceed Sidney Lefconrt. now phM


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Pcge 2-A imitf fhrkftor Friday, May 14 Temple Israel to Honor Dr. Joseph Narot Sunday for 25th Year in the Rabbinate Ji seph !'. \. rot, r ibbi of pie [si ael ol Greater Miami. nored by his congrega i %  : Sun lay n i the occasion <: ; ersary in the rah l \ nner dance at he Dupont v i witness the i -taJlation ol Sam Luby Sr., as i • -! lent of Greater Miami's second i Id %  -! congregation, Mrs Mori %  I Gn rii' as preside ;.i "l the E sterhood, and Pa il Barnett, pres i en! i I the Men'.Club. -<" ftL ..; "*., \ %  jd A SAM LUBY, SR. Orda • jraduation the cinnati in 1940, Dr Narot served in Atlanl c itj 10 year years %  I l It in 1950. He '\ iM be honored bj alma ma i i Maj 29 with an i Docti r ol : :>. ha\ ing earned his docti i ale in Hebrew Letters in 1946 Since coming to Miami, Dr. Narot has seen his Reform Jewish congregation grow from several hundred families to 1,400 and become the largest synagogue of any denomination in the South. Active in the community, he has served as president of the Welfare Planning Council, and is a member of the Community Relations Board and of the Economic Opportunity Program, both by appointment of the Metro Commission. Next Saturday night, May 22, he will be chairman of the annual dinner of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. The tribute to Dr, Narot will be delivered by AJvin Cassel, chairii';. ii ol the Economii Opportunity Program Hoard, and a member •! Temple Israel's Board ol Trustees Mi s. Bernard S: -vens ha pri .. areel :. original program as part ol the entertainment Mrs. Le ipo d I. S c h w ar t z is ii man ol tin dii ni r committi i hich inclu les Leonard Abi DR. JOStPH R. NASOT Myron Behrman, Elliott D. Binmenthal, Mrs Joseph Bulbin, \l vin Cassel. Jesse Casselhoff, Dr. Paul .1 Furl ng, Ji seph Garfield, Hon Richard Gerstein, Sam A Goldstt in, Mi George \ Graham, Nathan s Gumenick, A .1 Harris Kai ner, J Gerald Lewi? %  field, Sam C Leven 'ii \!;.\ Meisel, Sie Mcndelson, Ii D Mogul MJ x Orot it/. Wai (toesinj \v o R n, Mr>. .lull .. -> • in H Bus Robci' \ nold Seeder. V\ il 5 Harold >tai %  M Mrs Sydm iliti II American Jewish Press Association Maps Confab CELEBRATF ISRAEL INDEPENDENCE DAY BUY AN ISRAEL BOND Moyshie Friedberg 538-4969 1 \ CITY — JTA) — The .American Jewish Press \ ciation hold its 22nd anniversary con%  on at Atlanta Ga from Maj Morris Janoff. publisher oi 'in Jewish standard hero, and sident <>i the organization, announced this week The convention will be the first held in the South by the organizatii ii of English-Jewish weekly newspaper publishers and editors. Serving as hosts will be the five South ern number papei-: the Southern Israelite, of Atlanta; the Jewish Flondian of Miami; the Nashville (Term.) Observer; the Texas Jewish Post, of Ft. Worth-Dallas; and the Hebrew Watchman, of Memphis, Tenn. A feature of the convention will be a dinner at the Atlanta Jewish Community Center jointly celebrating the 40lh anniversary of the Sou'hern Israe'ite • nd the Hebrew Watchman. Repres, r.tjtives of the Atlanta and c Southern Jewish common' s 'he dinner and the role cf the Englishes press. Dimer ai on gements are being le by Dr Nathan Blass, chairof the Atlanta Jewish communhospitality committee, and Adolph Rosenberg, publisher <>t the Southern Israelite and convention chairman. Business sessions of the convention will be held at the Cabana Motel. Philip Slomovitz. editor and publisher of the Detroit Jewish News, and founder of the organization, will lead the publishers in discussion of newspaper problems. ELECT JOE MALEK TO CITY COUNCIL termites s* all year'rouM T %  L£VER 1-B A farmer named Angus McTerry, Claimed he raised purple cows in his dairy! All the people said "Fie!" And they laughed fit to die... As they drank purple milk and were merry. Zion Teachers To be Honored • • %  urn le for !\ \ i* Bi Miss Mrs I i. \ n, Mi s R ith Mrs Seena Ii M Selaini B< naim, an Mrs I Kli %  %  %  I1 vine, Mrs oss, d -• Rochelle U) nn, •OJTH1IIT PLOHIDA OAIRT INSTITUTE •CP, vc .,. Mr Harold Mi nnelst. R .1 iss A rVeiss M A, Tf OTARION HEAPii.'G AIDS WHiLfc VOU WAIT lofai ana Una, imperial Hearing AirJ Cc. •4 N.E. 2nd Avt. 377 1022 TtRMS IRAQIS JULES PEARLMAN. A.SJV. %  &ft. SeniO' Member American Soc Pty of Apprjsfft icmber M imi <*1 M ••!. Gra *i Bond o* Rta tci ESTATES \ 1015 So,bold % Bldg CONDEMNATION-PARTITION -FINANCING REAL APPRAISALS E STATE Ph ft 9 3619 ,, MIAMI BEACH HAS HAD PROGRESS WITH PROSPERITY WITH HYMAN GALBUT ON CITY COUNCIL THE PAST 2 YEARS Pull LEVER 2-A us:-1:1.1:41 11 v JI \ (.Aim Hyman Galbut has liv mi Beach since th. 1930 s. He is mar has 4 so.is who attend Mesivta and the Hebrew Academy. He belongs to B, raol and Beth Jacob Syna gogoes. 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Friday, May 14. 1965 +Jewlst fhrHlur Paqe 3-A Plans Finalized for Appearance Monday Of Dr. Prinz at AJCongress Meet lie! Meiselman, Tobias Simon, Irving West in and Trudy Hammers( hla Mrs Joseph Albuquerque, presideni of Louise Wise Chapter, Mary S Oohen, executive vice president, Mesdamae Louis Cohen, Morris Col%  ton, Sam Herder, Saul Ponerauta, Joseph White, vice presidents, and Mesdames Isabella Slavitt, Lsidor VIrs S ia Silvers, president of %  %  Ctii pter, American Jew ish ( on "d Mrs Harold Druker, chairman i the Woision, are making final increments for the cemmunitymeeting featurinc I>r .loach ,,: | 11 sidents of Major American Jewish Organitattona and na> nnal preaideait of American Jewish Congress, on Mondaj evening, i Lido Hotel. 1> Print, who IMS recently rc, i foam West Germany where l u %  at I hi' m\ it. lion of \\ i st m sfi -or Willie Brandt and the I Berlin Senate, i ll speak on How Nrt i> the New Germany?" lor the evening will be Kroaish. spiritual had It r. in Sholom, nation idenl "i American JewBII i p esidenl <<( thi da < o incil A special presentation, the Giaoh: History of the Jewish Hentact Award, will be made to Berna r c S. Mandler, chairman of ttie So.'* Florida Commission on Law arc Social Action, in recognition of his outstanding work with pi -ticular reference to the Dade County Prayer and BibleReadinc Case." The award is being masts under the sponsorship ot Th* Jewish Floridian and Joseph Schlang, president of the Graphic History of the Jewish Heritac*. MI nf the committee work Mrs Silvers and Mrs iker • Mrs Lee lard Sidcrsky, president %  aym hapter; Mesdanes s> cese v. ,i liijni Brown, Jerrj Dupn sidents Biscavne, and liesdan a Hen Wcintraub. Knth LevinsoB Albert Zuokerman, .lean n Irene Pexlyn, Rose Greek M i ne Levin, Julian Frank. \ \uaTensiein, Fred Bruce and Sydm Kudnn-k \h i Jonas and Mrliar \ ice presidents, Justine nd Mcsdames Sam Leinit. Maurice Cann. SamBaum, Rose Roth, Anne Tanenbaum, Lillian Townsend, Sadye Raymer, Lillian Hersch, Anne Tep per. Eva Blum, Elizabeth Leibowits, Nat i rial. Gertrude Mogul and Rose Dubin. Mrs Victor R >iss, Irving Quar' HI and Louis Gold, vice presidents, Miami Chapter, Mrs Benjamin Kamen, n. tional vice president and vice president of Miami Chapter, and Mesdames Edward Goldstein, Isaac Weinberger, Anne Heiden. rich. Samuel Rosenstein, Pearl Bress, Fred Klein. Irving Quartin, Sam Pencbanaky, Fred Weiss, Rus'IN STRENGTHENING JEWISH LIFE' Bernard Mandler Named to Receive Award for Top AJCongress Achievements Bernard S Mandler habeen se let-ted ii> the smith Florida Coun"i the Amel nan Jew ish < i ess tn reci i\e the Graphic His ii j nt the Jewish Heritage Award The av ard is being made under hip %  t i he Jew .-Ii Flo ml:.ir and Joseph Schlang presi dent nt the Graphic Historj oi the Jew ish llent. i. e i indation Mandler has been selected "in recognition of his outstanding achievement as chairman of the Commission on Law and Social Action of the Southeast Region, American Jewish Congress, in strengthening Jewish life and advancing the frontiers of freedom for all Americans." Mandler is past president of the Little River LionClub, director of the Miami Beach Bar Association, member Of the American Bar As it ion. Dade Bar Asaeciatii n and Miami Beach Bar Association, and member of the Board of Directors nt Temple Beth Shirah He is a graduate of the UiuVersit) of Miami Law School The presentation ili i>e made at ;. community-wide meeting Monday, May IT at the Dll.ldo Motel, u hell the national president of American Jewish Congress, Df Joachim Prinz, will report on his recent visit to West Germany sell Winer. Morris Janowitz, Bessie Vronoff, Walter Hanover, Ellen Green, Louis Laden. Jeanette stern. Bertha Gmbman, Mary Mn'ten stein, Ceil Greenberg, Helen Beck er. Ann Fisher. Also Mrs Harvej F Kramer, president, Women's Division. Mes dames .lack Shapiro. Irving Kap Ian, vice president-. Women's Di vision, and Mesdames Leo c. stem• 1 l I and Irene IVrlyn Also on the committee are the fo| m lowing officers and members of • a the South Florida Council: Rabbi • Jonah E, C'aplan. .lack D Gordon and Mrs. David Miisk.it. vice president, and Joseph N'evel. Rabbi Morns Kipper. 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Pcrqe 4-A • Jew/stHorMan Friday. May 14. 1965 "Jewish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX 305-696-4869 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor BELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to. Publisher The Jewish Ftorldtsn does not guarantee the Kashrutb of the %  ii.Th.ni'li.— %  ndvertiad In lt columns. Published every Friday .Inc. IMTbV The Jewish PIorldl.B at HO S E. Sixth Street. Miami I. ^''r" 1 *, Second-Class Po.tae Paid at Miami, Florida. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area ...On. Year $5 00 Three Year. 112.00 Out of Town Upon Request Volume 38 Number 20 Fridav, May 14. 1965 12 Iyar 5725 American Jewish Press Week Ideals The American Jewish Press Assec.crtion will sponsor American Jewish Press Week beqinninq May 17 through 21. The celebration is beir.q held in conjunction with AJF s annual convention in At!antc Ga.. startinq next Thursday Mo • 20. The association comprises independent E:\qlish-languaqe lev newspapers serving a varietv ot con ..unities throuqhout the United States. Philip Siomovitz, chairmar erican Jewish Press Week : hei ot The Detroit J proclaiming the observr has declared that we i is proper communication. V\ .".out it : '. .tl : nt ities which do s >( wed them by th ive in a vacuum. World Jewry todav ce: : hope for a positive perpetuation of the heritage of our pe. knowledge — the proper disserr..nation of UPWS about Jews everywhere cnc the presentation of such news to the Jewish communities wherever they exist and are active. The Enqlish-Jewish newspaper is the guardian of the public welfare of our people. It .s the historian of contemporary Jewry. It is tr.e chronicle of our time, and it may well be considered the sequel to the Biblical Book of Chronicles. These newspapers are the sentinels that gucrd our freedoms and defend our basic Arr.erican ideals and our sacred Jewish traditions. American Jewish Press Week is dedicated to these ideals. American Jewish Press members across the nation, The Jewish Floridian included, by their reqular publication act to trar.slate these ideals into positive achievement. NATWHAL JEWISH PRESS WEEK'45 V S T ti*e& %  Tribut to Dr. Narot Temple Israel of Greater Miami will honor its spiritual leader. Dr. Joseph Narot, at ceremonies Sunday on the occasion of hi3 25th anr..versary in the rabbinate. The function will also install into office Sarr. Luby Sr., as president of Temple Israel. Since his arrival in Miami to assume the Temple's pulpit, Dr. Narot has worked ardently for a variety of causes, civic, educational and religious, dedicated to the total betterment of the community. His name has been amonq the leaders in bringing distinction to Greater Miami, whether as an architect of the Metro Community Relations Board, as a spokesman in behalf of philanthropic causes, or in the capacity of vocal supporter of those movements constituted in behalf of qeneral advancement of human welfare. Dr. Narot's identification with Jewish orqcmizational endeavor is leqion. He is known nationally for his writinq on subjects, amonq others, concerninq the Jewish cultural and religious philosophy his pulpit represents. Throuqhout his tenure here, Temple Israel has qrown in the liqht of these activities, takinq vigor from his contributions. Both the Jewish and qeneral communities, as well as Temple Israel, will join Sunday in payinq tribute to Dr. Narot. That on May 29 he will receive an honorary Doctor of Divinity deqree from the Hebrew Union Colleqe-Jewish Institute of Reliqion is indicative of his personal drive toward continuinq rabbinic achievement. 'First' for Miami Rabbinate Rabbinical Association of Greatei Mi was to hold its annual forum a: Thursday at Temple Beth Sholom. with : Harold Gordon, executive vice president of I New York Board of Rabbis, as quest speakei. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan, spirituc! leader of Temple Adath Yeshurun. assumes the presidency of the orqanization, succeedma Dr. Herbert Baumqard, of Temple Beth Am. This year's event is a "first'' in that the annual affair has been opened to the Jew community leadership with an eve toward makinq the orqanization's pui poses better known. The Rabbinical Association was founded in the mid-1930's to promote fellowship amonq the rabbis, to advance the reliqious and communal needs of Greater Miami Jewry and to enhance the total community welfare. In these capacities, the association embraces spiritual leaders of all branches of Judaism, participates in interqioup and interfaith affairs, sponsors a variety of tele\ proqrams and, particularly in the recent has been involved in such problems as civil rights, juvenile delinquency, fami'.. reliqion in the schools, and interreligious u standinq. To make our community s rabbinate more immediately close to those it serves, t! ation has now qone one step further v schedulinq of this week's annual for i ing. It is a "first" deservmq commei' Dr. Prinz to Visit Miami Dr. Joachim Prinz will be in Miami next week. The national president of the American Jewish Conqress, and recently ei chairman of the Conference of Presidents o! Major American Jewish Organizations, will be quest speaker at a community-wide proaram Monday eveninq at the DiLido Hotel. ,r J; PrinZ recen,1 Y returned from a trip to West Germany at the invitation of Mayor Willy Brandt. The Monday meetinq should be of exceeding interest, particularly because Dr Prinz will be able to report in retrospect on the condition of that nation today. For Dr. Prinz served as a Jewish community leader m Berlin from 1925 to 1937 when he was forced to flee to the United States fo' lowing his fearless preachinq aqainsi the' Hitler reqime. He is beyond question well qualified to know. the week ... as i see it by LEO MINDLIN %  %  > %  %  •JE CARRIES no pictures of himself. He will p^m,, during the week z £ S?tt my effectiveness."• he x plains He talks only to responsible men and women in mass communication-; about the nature of his work name is Sherman Harris lie is southern counsel for the Anti Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. with home offices in Atlanta. Ga. He cringes if \ the word, 'undercover." "I am head of the civil rights desk for the ADL in the South I am a fact-finder. Beyond that." he says, "my responsibiht, know what the enemy is doing." •The enemy" is the radical right The Anti-Defamation Lea has been traditional]) Opposed to extremism. The far-out left re mains under surveillance, as anyone understands who is aware of tl\e programs of the ADL. But at this point the right, in Mr. Harris' view, takep : r j t of consideration Florida." he explains, "is considered the \ • State in the country for the proliferation of the radical right, which les, among others the John Birch Society, Chriatiai i Project Alert, and American Coalition of Patriotic Societies Harris was in Miami to survc) the scene of these orgai .,. w ities He is quii 1. to adjust the \ iew THf. ANTIMNIITK QUOTUM M IAMI HAS MADE significant strides in terms of en %  % %  uer of fa. %  v n this l Ihei thcrn cil \ %  F i.i '.q in i thii .11! • basii q u •• II b S o l' %  es the) i en invi i\ -:• SiVOVINC fffl/NGS Of GUILT lylR HARRIS AGREES I [he North has its Own a tensions I this is a great confession on Ihe %  litionally regard the South in terms lerstood It removes feelings ol guilt I helpful in easing the soul s silent wd and a< ci pted, thai the litive than Other areas ol tl I • • legal here for mam yeai • %  he mores ^'''iffii lal Hie \orth pointed its fin %  • It But the distinction must Inmade then • where In the South, it is im experience rising out of the ck>s< %  I eague has been privilege II the I'l'd whose chief. .1 E Igai Hoover, n I praises the role of the ADI. in the I 01 human n lations ,r J 1 -sk orks with five regional offices through • >,n,,h M '" %  %  Richmond, New Orleans and Houst the largest Jewish community in tl %  thai this doesn t make the overall d i i-when %  -.-..Ill '-kllMI 1 < I I 1 I I ith but throughout the nati %  %  Thecitj is growing every rear an: I men are passionate in their beliel thai what ,'s good for bus*, ,". ""• communit) Prett) soon, the) begin to ad out 'i' %  %  'a> id living [j, W hap9 here Ues ""• *ave of the future a way of living .' %  ;" "J? me f c al condition may not seem, on its face, to I ten',,,?', "'" m ..use || favo „ h) ir flIi;iIu .,. s ., „ nij h „„,,.„ ', '' ,,";; ,nh 1 PhiloaophicaUy moral terms -hnuni ,,., u ,',"'"" ew '" Aa *nt' "fantastic" progreaa b -a ei:; M;LX;:; ,,K Mty s o %  f ,,r "-*—' %  s< in,a



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Friday. May 14. 1965 -Jen 1st Ihriiitn Page 5-A Eshkol Reviews Israel's Achievements i ERUS A LE M — (JTA) Levl Eshkol, in ;in exclu\r Independence Doj interview ,ih the Jewish Telegraphic Ageni wed tliis'ui'ck Israel's pro. .in its relations with the Arab West Gei man} the So\ let %  • uid world Jewrj i | that the recent proposals runisian President Habit) BOUTI..I. urging the Arab states t<> ize and negotiate lor peace ii Israel, "certainly merits is,-h initiative." He added that he i ih.ii Bourguiba's views sted a new trend in the Arab •v|,|. but no added "a contrary toward war % %  >"" seema far lie. said thai if the Arab li ;.| ceedt d wi I. plans to dl vert the headwaters of the Jordan River to denj nwaters to Israel, the Middle East situation "might b< .nine veo critical indeed In reply to a question, he indicated he believed that better Israeli-Russian relations were in the making but added it was 'a slow process. There are some small signs of improvement but they do not yet add up to any real change." Hi' was asked whether United Rtes Middle Bast policy appeared to be bas< d on a realistic appr; f Egyptian President Nasser's intentions He replied that there were some United States Israeli differences on the Middle East, particularly concerning Nasser's "ag-.\e intentions" but he stressed the basic areas of United States-Is raeli a ireement. He declined to give specific data on the strength of Isra iis deter( i n ( apabilities explaining that '"it ..II drpends on how our enemies levelop the arms race" which he •aid was getting "more seriouas." lie n >ted that Israel fi r ye us has been urging an Bast West initiative b end or at least limit the Mid East race and calling for direct Israeli-Arab ialk~. which he added, u still Israel's p isition He called West German action on its proposal to establish dipIsrael's Deterrent Power on Parade Continued from Page I-A jets which < mitted blue te smoke cot erinc the skies ael's national > lors Some M.r.i. e led !' %  ii\ past, which French Mysteres and Sup • res \ at ui I n gans and :a Magi ters, as well as Strato : s hi ters and Piper in U d throu. houl Israel mark 'he opening "f the cele atii n of the anniversary In ac with est) I ashed i usl m, • -\ a nee of the aiuiiversa %  > ...n i after comple:!-!!• i ob ei vance i i Me i aj for those who died in ,, ar "i Independence. President Shazar and Prime Minister Eshkol Issued formal independence Day proclamations in which the following three points were emphasized: I. Peace with the Arabs and in the entire world; 1. Remembrance of the victims of the Naii Holocaust; 3. Hope that Jews in the Soviet Union might be enabled to emigrate to Israel. The two 1 tatcsmen the B( hie< 'inents n < orded in the c untrj 's first IT years, and lo< forward to si ess in the >'. rs ahea Pi esidi nl ?h parl r note of the cal Israi li i appn i hemenl vo recentl} bj Presidi it Ha uiba of Tunis: i \\ ithoul Mr I'.' tirg lil lent S /..r | fact that Israel [en "through the walls of until n. thiough diplomatmercial contacts with manj nations. Services for Israel's war dead were held throu houl army camps and military cemeterii • and p.. rades of veterans were held in Is : ael's major c ities, Reci] nts ol the Israel prizes on %  dependence Daj incl ided Shlomo Tsemach and the late Sholomo Dickman :ii Hebrew literature: Pro fess I'lmo! de Sh ilil and Amose raimi in nuclear research; Prof. C !! L Frankenstein in education; Mi rdechai Setcr in mudc; Yehudit ial lenci for a honk. Immi rants <>n the Threshold"; and Shmuel Stoller of Kibbutz K;:: • i • riculture Air Force Describes Israeli Hawks ,\ \ %  >\ .II \ about i • \ er can II the Ui %  • n in the the U.S. A ion m lin ; Ui i hie .: %  A Radai %  lance c-we; svstem is a solid;:e.!ar.t booster. The warhead AUtMOIIIZIO DIAIIR Six. 1*SS 0llry HEARING AIDS ^$75 to $325 Atk *••* f •••' Oft*'" STANLEY GOULD 1231 IMCeilt MA0icMI • i lrn HI vif i • II • "" %  •a N FHA & VA BEST BUYS ;\ 1 ov. N ... A Ho A Cc Altman Insurance & Reol Estnlf Inc. 769 NW 3rd ST. 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He added that only time would tell whether a new era in relations between the Jewish people and Germany was being inaugurated. lie said that the future of moral and cultural relations would depend "on the attitude "f the Gerpeople" in the years and generations ahead. Discussing Israli-world Jewry relations, he said that he hail b urging tor years a "stsonger bridge In reply to a question he said he believed that Israeli and other Jewries were moving in the 11. M direction but that he w like to see everyone concerned "moving more quickly." He viewed ..encouraging increasing signs in recen years by outside Jewish ori; conventisnal. The length cf the Hawk miisile is six feet six inches. It is 14 inches in diameter, and launch weight is 1,195 pounds. This mi tail* is operational in V, i >t Nan-. Okinawa, Panama a' ,J NATO installations. It is being provided to Sweden and J.ipan as well as h' aal. l |>tian • • 1 ... %  • -i izations in setting up institution! learning in Israel. Asked what lessons there were for Israel from the past, he $<• "no effort is too great for our people to strengthen their ability to live and develop as Jews m a sovereign state. l-r;n 1 must -tn\ e tn de "',i r< ative Btrength to contribui to hi ]• the world's culture, si rtl and science which must be matched bj a desire by Jews e where not onlj t' strengthen 1iel but also themselves and their %  nil(inn as bearers of a great trad. m, culture and way of life. Onl> • n can the desired interaction !>•'• -n Urael and Jewries abroad l true I asis ^JM> ^-DN yi ffa


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Page 6-A +Je*lsMvrldiat, Friday. May 19c5 Beth David Students Lead Ww met Both David Religious School students will make up the largest percentage of graduates of t e Hi brew High School conducted t>> the Bureau ol Jewish Education %  : Greater Miami at community exercises in Be;h David Spector Hall en Thursday evening, May 20. Beth David Hebrew High School graduates aw Stanley, son >i Mr and Mrs, Joseph Bilsker; Judith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Cohen; Nora, daughter of Mrs. Sara Feldman: Henry, son of Mr. and Mrs David Issenherg. Ruth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Carl Liebskind; Ann. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Schevr; Sharon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Samuel Shavin; Krarveine. daiiehter erf Mr and Mr>. Kmanuel Smith: Guy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Spie.gclman; Ann. daughter of Mr. ;ind Mrs. Aaron Steinberg': Daniel, son of Mr. and MrSimon Weiss. %  ysOSw ARCHITECT'S VIEW OF FLAMINGO TOWERS AT 1100 ALTON RD., MIAMI BEACH Flamingo Towers Model Apartment Opens This Weekend A luxurious model apartment dosigned by Interior Decorator Mrs. Genie Hopkins, of Miami, opens this weekend at Flamingo Towers five-stoi> condominium residence for adults only, located at U40 AJton Rii Miami Beach A resident of Miami for nine years, the former Philadelphia!) has been in charge of the decoration and furnishing of well over ."><> dis;>la> model homes and apartments in this area, in addition to her week adecorator of commercial institutions and private homes The Flamingo To w er s display apartment haa French Provincial motif with exten live use of gold. Mrs Hopkii said Thi I cal point ol tiie decor 1an elegant Ma Theresa chandelier set off b> A is trian shades. Thi decora ti r pen ally designc 1 the itphi Istcred p es, which were 1 %  her b> local suppliei s. Desig Develi %  m< r.t C rp., Flamingo l 1 s [fei h r < 1 diffen nl floor plan-, for one b< dii om, one I apartments, priced Irom with estimated monthl> maintenance oi $37, i taxes, insurance, and grounds and build maintenance Desigm 1 by arehitet 1 S< Drexler of Miami I %  '. imingo Tow era contains 24 111 its and is ex| ed to be ready foi c> in December Luxurj features usuall} 1 1 M ly in muc partments will bi %  included in the price at Flan 11 Towers. %  ordio I din. president ol Everglai es Devi ment E a C h apartment lias v a -her and dryer units, insti :el> iivmi the community faci I usuall] pr-'\ ided Other fi at res n I hide private terraces, revi 1 si c y c i e individual air con< I heating, deluxe all ele< ti ic kitchens with General Electric o\ en and rang) I refrigerator, wall-to-wall carp* ting in the buyer choice oi colors, over lifetime pads Kitchen and bath ceilings are luminous, and bathrooms are "com partmentalized" with privacy di \ iders. Models are open daily from 10 .1 m to !• p.m., for public insp< ction The location of Flamingo Towers cue blot k east ol Biscaj ne B : quiet residential area conven ly close to shops, restaurants, the ache-. houses oi worship and II ssional offices, is con sidered 1 i the finest %  n Miami Beach ac v ording to Drexler and Gindin. Officers "i the firm developing the pro.ii %  t. the 1100 Alton R Inc., are < lindin, Vit < '> namon, well-known as a principal in local ( ynamon Brothers Hardw are I Ramsay, recognized engineer 1x1 man> ciwk con>lruction projects Biscayne Chapter Elects Slate Of Officers Here Installation luncheon tor cayne Chapter >RT waa I on Thursday. 1 p m in ti Towers Restat rant Mrs Florence Kuppen I>-Heeled president, 9 l!i -inn. M as In rele %  Bfl cers, and Mayor Ueh in was to induct he new sla • Presentation of honor 1 and a musical | rograifl II Mrs Marie Baiafcan wore t<> sompleti the afternoon irffuerfor WOUO are lia Wrtner. president. David KaneiiMui Syd Strauss. QatUude Canter, Lee B o il er Helen Fei tbkim, vice presidents; Sam Sch Stcinhardt, secretaries Smith, treasurer; Ben u boshank, l-arliairHiitanan. *•*<•* I s*~** I SURF %  WAV* m.. m OJx'n'"l730 Op Best Actress Award stthe Cannes Film F PEHP INO !" BANCROFT ASONjhe PumpKin later BETSY PALMER RAY MIDDLETON "SOUTH PACIF IC GALA OPENING TUESDAY! FOR ONE WEEK ONLYI BROADWAY SMASH! A LONDON HIT! A C-fal Co-ntdf TAMMY CHIMES .toilX ASTIN %  RATTLE OFA SIMPLE MAN PRICES ASD PfB0"ViSCIS i.i a WHIftlN.ll • %  ^ 4* 4 4i ; 4* IJ M I M. %  io CHARGE TICKETS AT All JORDAN MARSH STORES I BUROINES. 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From Bonn, it waa rep irted that West German Foreign Minister Gerhai ler told the P mentan %  oup of t hancellor Erhard's Christian I> mocratic Union i hat est iblishme • ic relations v II'I Israel would take so n Mr -...nl he had used the past few weeks t<> explain to n • %  Arab countries the Weal German Middle policy. STAULKiHT ROOF DINNER-DANCING NIGHTLY TO THE MUSIC OF MAL MALKIN HIS PIANO AND HIS ORCHESTRA Superb Continental Dining Visit the STARLIGHT LOUNGE for a breathtaking View of the Gold Coast No Cover, No Minimum mm, en the ocean at 48th Street, Miami Beach Reservations Required: JE 2-3600



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Friday, May 14, 1965 kvslst thrMiftn Page 7-A. Leaders Hear Talk on Spanish Jews President Hubert H. Humphrey 'top left) will pay tribute to rte Herbert H. Lehman, and Rev. Martin Luther Kinq Jr. renter) will receive the American Liberties Medallion at nnual meeting of the American Jewish Committee May to 23 in New York. Other participants in the sessions will in iude Moms B. Abram wMl il"li\ i" i lal tribute to Herbert H late New York G I States Senator who a long time honoi arj \ i< e nt ol the American Jewish ttei Lmcwiti announced also that "T has been named as the • cipient of the American Jewish Committee's American Liberties Medallion "for exceptional Advancement of the principles of human liberty." \ ice President Humphi <•> Km.: will address the an ncr Thursday evening, 0 .it the An ericana Hote all Missions ol the five daj %  • % %  are to take place Moi H Abram, president of the Jewish Committee, and representative to the IN -run mi Human Rights, er tin annual presidential on ilu ( ommittee's human This is the hotel the Israelis voted Israel's best •art Sheraton-Tel Aviv — beside the tabled Mediterranean rooms. Fabulous food. Lavish pool. Just a stroll trom all •nt of bustling Tel Aviv. Side*alH cates. Yiddish The Israelis, in a recent survey, it Israels best hotel. Tht iest recommendation ot all. For Insured Reservations, sail I Travel Agent or 377 0275. Sheraton* te! Aviv Hotel Tel Aviv, Israel relations concerns at home and abroa I The Vmei l< -ir Liberties M lion is awarded annuall) bj the Vmerii an J< w ish Committi e to the person in public life who has made major contributions in the field "f human relations and hum an rights Previous recipients are Judge i earned Hand Herbert il Lehman, Father John La Fa Dean Erwin N Griswold of Har i ard Law School, Reinhol I Nei buhr Judge Thurgood Marshall \"il Vdlai E Stevenson State !>' an Rusk and In Ing M En ;el honorarj presi 1 • he American Jew ish i 'om mittee Mr. Engel will present the medallion to Dr. King at the May 20 dinner, while Jacob Blaustein, also an honorary president, will introduce Vice President Humphrey. The Committee's annual meet ing will bring together more than 'ini leaders of communities throughout the countrj to consider major human relations issues, in chiding Improved understanding between Christians and Jews, the problem of church state conflicts m education in the wake of pas sage ol the Federal School Bill. the threat ol extremism atiti.lcw ish discrimination in industry, and race relations tensions The annual meeting will also focus attention on the human re lations situation abroad. parttCU larly the status of Jews in the Soi let I n'.on I athi Ameru a Europe, North \ii ica Zachariah Shus ter director ol the Committee's European office, w ill report on in t. in ligious and other develop merits In Europi ai I Maxima > skj directoi ol the I om mittee Israel i ffice w i ll %  i ort on in the Middle Easl particularly as the) affect I-: ael Continued from Page 1-A prised of Jewries of Madrid, Barcelona, Cueta and Metilla. Dr Mayer also inno meed imrei .' %  chai ludtii' fact that v. itb two new n eml ers, the nl rei ci n %  'Si nts ,le\'., .'i i il .-nl all western European nations, and isla\ ia i li noted that the Jev •li communit) el Portugal w as oflicialh repri sented at the Coni' reno rhr ui h Dr \! B *mi ilatk that II. M Kornitzinsk) ol Oslo, president : tiie Mosaiske Troesam fund of Noi aj had announced the intention ol Norway's Jewrj to join. Mr Mazin said that the new status df the Jew of Madrid was not expected to lead to any great i hange in communit) life He repi rted that i T (.he past ten years. the .lews in Spam had been treated with complete tolerance He paid tribute to the moral and financial support ot the .bunt Distribution i i mmittee to the Madrid com munity, explaining that the synagogue and community center built In Madrid with JDC help was sen in;,' as a focal point for rev it. ilizing community life. A special welcome was given to Leo Fischer, the new president of the Copenhagen Jewish community, ard to I>: L&VOfllaU Kadelhurs. the newl) elected president of the Federation of Yugoslav Jewish %  mimrties, as delegates present for the first time Friti Hollander, head of the Swedish Jewish community, reported the progress of negotiations on heirless property left in Sweden by victims of the Nazis. Noting that a group of Swedish banks had proposed creating of a fund, using the deposits of such victims, to be used for Jewish survivors, he said he hoped that the offer would be backed up by appropriate legislation if that was necessary. He reported also that efforts were i eing made to widen the bankers proposals to include other agents holding such property He explain ( i that M e feeling in Sw eden w a that sui I t "Swedisl p)" an I that t rl re it h needs He .: %  • that 'hese woi I n for • • mizal e that thi I : an example for ol i i i n di ews later murdet I Beth David So Honor Habbi Aisiet, first Spiritual Leader, Friday Evening Beth David Coi I '.'ill '• iis i,. itual lea i Mi!iva> A Alstel %  • the ni's final late Fridaj eveni services this weekend. Man) prominenl men nd women were in R et's c nfit n classes at B< present St: nloy C Myers ary chuirman, and Louis R Se I Iin. chairman, former principal an student, will present gnest speaker. Rabbi Philip R. Alstel • f New York noted columnist, the celebrant's brother. Alex Mechlowiti, organizer of Temple Menorah, who was confirmed at Beth David in 1926, Judge Sam Silver, confirmed in 1927, and Attorney Alvin Cassel, confirmed in 1928, will represent their respective classes. Rabbi Herbert M Baumgard, n sklent. Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami and Judge Milton Friedman and Louis f! Seiilin, of B e i h David, will exten I greetings at the Oneg Shabbal ren ption in Spector Hall When Rnbbi Alstet arrived at Beth David in 1925, the late Harry I Magid %  as president ol the contion, and Mis Josepti I 'me %  lent ol Sistet hood Me conducted the congregation's first late Fridi j e\ ening sen i< e, w itnessed the organization ol the Men's club and conducted the first %  irmation exer< ises in 1 Then followed the first commun ity L'n i on Th inks ;n ing v which he orj ai ized with the help <>f the late Isidore C o h e n RABBI PHll/P AlJTIT Jewish settler in Miami with his v if". Ida Rabbi ai.d Mrs, Alstel have %  son. Dr Maynar | Hillel Alstel oard oil For vacation literature tares and complete information see your Travel • or nearest Seaboard office In Miami, Phone FR 1-6611. W J FlCHT. G P A RAILROAD THf MVTI OF COURTIOUt SERVICE



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Page 8-A *Jewlst ncrMlan Friday. May 14, 1965 18 European Nations In Appeal to Russians G:v. Haydon Burns signs into law the new Mental Health Act passed by the Florida Leqli.ature, which reorganizes the Division of Mental Health and provides the framework for the buildinq of Community Mental Health Centers. Pictured with the Governor are Lequ.ative and Cabinet leaders who helped steer the bill through the House and Senate. Standing (left to right) are Rep. Chesterfield Smith. Rep. Henry Land, Dade Representatives Maxine Baker and Kenneth Myers, and Dr. W. D. Rogers, director of the Division of Mental Health. Seated are Sen. Beth Johnson. Gov. Bums, and Secretary of State Tom Adams. Capitol Studies Soviet Jews Continued from Pago 1-A rt-tr to the pending resolution t_reiterated the position held b. -he State Department prior to it! recent approval of the meast-e. He said: "As regards a forrr i government intervent>:i with the USSR, Soviet leaden hav\f invariably in the past rt ected as interference in Soviet internal affair* the most serious c; cial representations which high ranking officials of the L *ed States Government have ir,de to them. Moreover, Soviet c: cia'.s have reacted unfavor*r / to criticism by foreign govf-Tient organs or representa• -.-s on matrers which the Siviet C-: ernrrrt cc-isiders to be Sov>*• internal affairs." VIr MacAi • "•, must en i ffccl the %  i in the ewrj He ment psts as well i H .. : • i I i itiuals and %  i il the Congress sti %  I n h i acked by L20 mem%  of the II %  • %  if) ing to > .. < re Rep Fai bstein, New Yoi k D OCrat; Rep Benjamin R tr.,-. New York Democrat; Rep W am Fitts Ryan, New York l)' ocrat; and Rep. Richard C. sr eiker, Pennsylvania Republii. Rep. Farbstein offered det: • of Soviet moves to suppress .i.-h religious and cultural life. Hi .nked this with attempts to in fi ate the Arab world. i p. Schweiker charged that government has not taken suffK. nt action recently to protest in <••>ing Soviet discrimination ik...ist the Jews." He stressed that • nee in the face of oppression 0 inspires incren:-cd oppres." According to Rep Schweiker, the only reaction by our government during the past six months has been silence." He criticiied President Lyndon B. Johnson for failing to speak out in his State of the Union message against Soviet anti-Semitism and said "I deeply regret his omission of attention to this grave prob lem." Rep. Edna Kelly, New Ycrk Democrat who is subcommittee chairman, defended the President but agreed that strong action was needed in response to the plight of Russian Jewry. A strong point was ma le bj all witnesses thai Soviet auth irities ild permit Jews to emigrate. A aiittee member, R< p Ja mes "> Pulton. Pei nsj \\ inia R< : thai t:i • Ho tse Foreign Vi i mittee staff doi iment a effort in Jew to Israel. ( hairman lid it was • .i tiner-1 request.*' The ted tj d .•t restrii lions on .!> %  :> %  r%  %  %  njtivi I ; Rep ., i i %  i might | %  i i Rosenthal cl with "cultural genoi i. tification bj ths I nited States the United Natioi • conven V crime of g< no ide He the Presidenl and Secretary of State should communicate "again ami again, tins country's outrage over the cultural genocide now be.i ( pui sued against Russian Jews' Stating that the proposed resohi tSon is vital. Rep. Rosenthal insisted that "the outrage" of Congress must be formally voiced. Many other Congressmen offered written testimony because they could not appear in person. Chairman Kelly said the hearings were called because of reports of "widespread anti-Semitism in the Soviet Union." She reported that over 100 resolutions related to this issue have been submitted. Witnesses at another hearing la ter included Eric Goldhagen, director of the institute on East European Jewry at Brandeis L'niversitj. Joachim P r i n ?. American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewrj Dr Judd Teller, writer on Soviet affairs; Ral bi MenFelman, of the oguc Council of America; ph Schechtman, speialisl >'n population movement. STRASBOURG — iJTA) — The ndl of Europe, which serves as an urn fficial European Parliament Of 21 countries, called this v i -k during its regular session i on thi Soviet Govtrnment to accord equal religious, cultural and ci mmunal nub:to the 3.000.000 Jews in Russia. Hie Council saul in a resolution that "there Is a European responlitj towards the Jewish pec* [e i ur ;. d the Soviet Union to '-accord to the Jewish community the religious and cultural rights guaranteed to all religious and ethnic groups by articles 123 and 121 of the Constitution of the USSR." The 200 members of the Council, representing all the political parties in the 21 member nations, expressly mentioned the n*d "to permit Jews to opon or reopen synagogues, publish and study Hebrew texts, distribute freoly religious articles, organixe as a religious community and maintain contacts with Jewish communities abroad." The resolution also urged the Soviet authorities to permit the re -establishment of Jewiah cultural institutions and appealed to them to "prevent anti-Semitic propaganda. whether in the i rm of books or pamphlets, and eliminate all cial discrimination against Jews erni d in alleged economic crimes The Council's Political Commit tee stressed a paragraph in the tj -i Hthit h calls for reunifiin i l families. Thousands of Jewish families were split up dur ii:g the Na/i hoi .iiist and main Russian Jews have relatives ir other countries The Coined decided to bring the resc'ution to the attention "of a I national Parliaments with a view to drawing the attention of governments to the problem of the situation of the Jewish Community in the Soviet Union so that they may raise the problem with the Soviet Government.' The decision marked the first time that an influential interparliamentary body decided to ask its affiliated Parliaments and Governments to take this issue up directly with the Soviet Government." The Council also made official document prepared by its rapport ear, which expressed the belief that "the present between th. i Soviet Union and the West provides i good opportunity to raise in an objective and dispassionate waj and with purely humaitarian con siderations, the question of the situation of the Jewish communin in the Soviet Union." Women Accountants Meet Miami Chapter, Americans ciet< il Worm n Aci o infants, held a ner meeting on Tuesdaj at McAllister Hotel Foil, wing > l< Hon of officers, Rove Kublin. CP "i In aded ;i roundtahle >n o "Independent Audit an I Inde • idenl Ace unti Mp I 0. mm Mm**/" "We put our firm's accumulated capital to work, Ed, right here at FIRST FEDERAL" As a corporate officer or owner of your business, you may be holding funds earmark' I for capital improvement, future expansion, acquisition of property, new equipment or other reserves which you can profitably put to work at FIRST FEDERAL earning •IV. per annum. This should prove to be more attractive now that dividends are paid and coin|x)unded every 90 days. The money in your eorj>orate savings account Is quickly available when needed It is protected by the strength of more than $400,000,000 in resources and the largest safety reserve fund of any Federal in the South. We suggest you give serious consideration to putting your "idle** capital to work now at any of FIRST FEDERAL'S convenient offices and let your comiwny benefit from the added income. JWY Post Sets School Contest .ami Beach Post. Jewish War \ -rans. is sponsoring an essay c • test for students in the graduating class of the Hebrew Academy Mesivta Senior Hi^h School. 1 .erne of the contest is "My Twof< Heritage Americanism and .1 aism." The award will be pre ed at the school's graduation ilses • bb; Alexander S. Cross is principal of the Hebrew Academy which 1 has scheduled commencement exerc i.-es for Wednesday evening, June 9. Rabbi Morris L. Horovitz is principal of Mesivta Senior High School, which will hold graduation exercises on Sunday. June 13. 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Friday, Moy 14, 1965 knistnvrMitor Page 9-A Catholic Editorial Attacks Deicide o 3 loi I Bea, iead of the Vatican Secretariat tor ~tian Unity, io warmly greeted by n in .-.to .-ii dui rig a brief step at Kenedv fn'ernatioi • • route to Fhiladelphia last week. Shown (left : are Dr. Jchn Coventry Smith, executive sec.-e.:..••. Ccmission cr. Ecumenical Missions. United Presbyte::r-.n Chui ice crebident. National Counc.l of Churches rf Chris' 1 '. S A Mcrns B. Abrcm. president, American Jew h Com:::ig hands with Cardinal Bee; Fr. Walter Abbe :t, te editor, American mcaazme. Rear are bearded Maillieux, S.J., director. Center Icr Eastern Studies. U:i:versity; and Rabbi Marc H. Tanenbaum. direc'':ite::e;;r;ious Affairs Department. American Jewish Comitee. Ecumenical Unit Begins Study Of ill Amendments W FR \V ISO) i.il'A A -*' n ... word re p i : il le i r the killing in, i, ....;., ; U1 I,.,. r ihe Monitor, official I ubli( itiori i tl San Praiicisco 1 Vrchidiocese. It itiesses t;ii> i ict that tit; session oi Ei rnenii il I mcil la t yea %  J VOl tl .• "J| rs, • • %  tim %  ol ( • n >r bsquc : ; \were in anj sense c il trie rleuth of Chris) The e lit r ..I re ds "The C:i'h?'ic position about Jews should be perfectly clear. The Jews as a people ere, of course, in no way responsible for the kiilirj of Christ. At a point in history some Jewish people had a part in the crucifixion of Christ. But they had that part at rrembers cf the human race. It must iust as well have been Romans, Syrians, Chinese, Englishmen or Americans if they hadexisted at the time. "The schema which wes overwhelmingly voted at the third session i th ( council explicitly stated that Jews, neither at the time of Christ nor subsequently were in anj sense collectively culpable of the d.-atn of Christ. It does not evi n enter the mind of the Holy rather or any person grounded in (!car i I nally esl il Ii hi I % lie teai I anj thing ol • to the Jews .i• .i | '''p' 1 in 'dd ii • tak %  %  ir 'in the histoi ical facts ol il. l> Week, %  "I here i re some Ji wish pei pie at t .: %  %  crui n.\" n who re .' I II re were so an p. .ile wrong at the same time, In ct ••! %  points of historj. • German people have been > w.ng, v. War II. %  Cath Hi. ; ci pie "... erj v ron \ as during the excess. the In ; isition Some American !e h :'. e been very M rong as II tl nab •• i piso les in the %  h \r." ican Wai N %  spe ific i ati in or race hi s a mono] ol> 'On evil. Or ;i m poly on virtue "it should go without saying that •ople are pe pie, They are cur brothers. As human pert.hey are absolutely no different from any one of us. They have feelings like everyone else, make mistakes like everyone else, do heroic good like everyone else, are hungry like everyone else, get tired like everyone else, are good like verj ne else Shakespeare says it belter "It should oe recalled that many Jews, probably most — certainly most of the Diaspora Jews — at the time of Christ did not even know of Him. The historical fact is Christ is God and some Jews to^k part in putting Hirr -3 death. Ctner pt-co'e in Jerusalem at the time, apart from Jews, also took part. You and I pessib w-j!d lidve taken part if we were in Jerusalem at the time. • We do som I ling every til evi iy oilier human %  ii the image tht same I lit %  ,• I.... kbiti %  %  : hu %  in im i i i i God RecepKon to Fet^ Emcnue. Tropp A ippee honoring Bmanuel I assoi director of the VM YWHA oi Great %  \ii imi w il be held Sunday. 5 p.m.. in the (I Iden Key Room >f •he new "Y" facilit) at 8500 SMI 8tb -i The occasion will honor Trop/p'i 13 years <>!' service since comin4 to the "Y" in 1952, and will serve ; .i farewi 1! prior to his leaving t assume a nev pos! in Oakland. at the end i t May The reception is being tendered iy officers and board of the Y" in conjunction with the staff I \ \ e< k's plen the Secretai I I i irisuan L'nitj : Bea u ek to %  sed be .' I %  • "micti >n M ith the D the .in %  • nst tht • i hema on n Ii nous ould corn ede to ri ht to practice • they .!•.. se The d not i \ .'ii come to i %  .;. whil. %  i laralews at • preliminS an %  ming i i im il on, it was reported ial Heenan Arch" o' itmhntttr who is of the Bea Secre••tnding the plenary %  is to report on the m certain Jewish ?••> about reports that the en Jews may be redr*;ca'ly. Reports that ev.s an had been sought conservative bishops Cathc ; prelates in Arab had reached London from i P pe Paul VI en ated 11 iirst time, a spe %  • for Relations Be %  ins ami Christians, to • bj the Rev. Joseph a I nch horn priest at '" thi white Fathers Missionarii in Africa With the title of Indcrsecretary, he will function under the Secretariat for noo%  si in-, headed i > PaoloCardm.,1 Manila i hi *as no word fr. m the \ it Ihei Wither part : relations with Jewj n ;> as well as • i Buddhists, are men! in D lion on Rela ions With Non-Cl ipted ist \ov mber bj the Ecumenical Co in< .1 it was believed %  • re that, if parate department u t.> be formed on relations with Jews, such p would no) (" %  t..-. :i until af••i the next sessi n o( the Ecu .1. ision on the "Jew .sh 1 %  '..:. it i.. counciliar) bo Ij is • ie Se IP Pi the i Ji wi h killing of Jes to t j I • | from An tries ... t ; on ic ncws| I tuti i in some t -.' ard 11 contenl ol Ux on In Ji •• Quite to I ie c >nl i is %  imit qually ira trrnal spirit in this new attention which the Church is al present a I dressing to non-Christians, aiming at a dialogue which would find par Ocularly near to the Church the [spiritual families descending fr m A i• t-.i" am, Jacob and Israel, that is Israel's familj from Wi. m the Mos lems have descended SANTA WORKS HERE ll ?5 pi 100 per ,ur| CAR LOANS AS LOW AS 4%% Our low interest rate creates savings for your Auto Loan Deal direct lor the money it pays! 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Page 10-A -Jewlst FkrldHnr Friday, May 14. 1965 Lipton to Head Federation Continued from Page 1-A versary \U< has been ;i member ; the Board of Governors and Executive Committee of the 'eater Miami Jewish Federaon since its inception \one of the foundi rs ol Dade ederal Savings and Loan Vsso ation, Lipton has %  m led thai in• i! tit ion in continuous and %  mi growth until its 11 sources e now over 5220.000 00 rodaj association • • lei and one ol the SO largi -i in the United tes Lipton has been outstanding in immunity, civic and fraternal at \ in. since hi> arrival in Miami .' 1926 Hi' was named to receive the Silver Medallion Brotherhood Aw ard ol thi '• %  ti al Conferem e ol Christians and Jev s last Februarj li<' ian immediate ; pi esidenl ol Temple Emanu El. annual patn n .>t tin Da le Countj lutstai d ng Citiz< n's Ward for Sholeiti Lodge (i B'nai B'I ith. a trustee ol Mount Sinai Hospital. and served on the Citizen's Committee ni the Unit ei silj ol Miami He has served as treasurer of the Dade County Chapter of the American Red Cross, and in 1951 was general chairman of the Dado County Fund Drive. He is a past president of the Florida Savings and Loan League, and he has served as FlorFlagler Kennel Club Season Opening [sadore Hecht's "Fabulous Flagi Kennel Club will open for its iiril successive summer ol grej ound racing Wednesdaj night, Wa a $120,000 schedule oi stakes %  vents to be run oft during the ack's 90-nighl season Highlights of the opening week HI inclide the :?ith Flagler Inigural on Wednesday night, and fuaitying he: t.In a $5,000 Mara •ion Championship Stake on Saturj. May 22 Among the many famous greylounds scheduled to compete at p lagler are the sport's four leadng money-winners, Suel's Rose, Vtax Star, Sonda and Rippin Tip. Suel's Rose has earned more than 52,000 and the other three, approximately 40,000 each. Flagler improvements since last ar when the track set an all. Florida state attendance reci (I for greayhound racing by atacting 715,000 fans include adm n oi a t. n.: n to the k> Region i prii ate part) room, ml expansion ol thi Velvet Sis iunge. both oi which were new aturee a year a | i Rietest event on ttu> track's stakes program is the $80,000 Inter lational Classic vvhi'jh is scheduled or its fifth running, June 12 to inly 24. Other major stakes are the i.000 American Hurdle Championship. July 26 to Aug. 9; $20,000 Ken. nel Medley. July 30 to Aug 20; and >]0.000 Flagler Derby on closing night, Sept 2 The Stakes pro .r.im. richest and most diversified in greyhound racing history, will provide stakes action every week durum the 90nighl Flagler season. A special Sin.(MM) \\ inner-take all match race series between the winner of the S8H.IMMI Flagler Classic and ihe {50,000 Wonderland Derby in Revere, Mass. will be repeated this year with the first race scheduled al Flagler on July 31 Max Star, the Plagler champion. %  i last yearmatch series two i net to one Stop and Frisk Law "The Stop and Frisk Law' will be the to| ic of tins month's "Y rum on Sunday. 8 p.m.. it was pnnounced by George Newman chairman Herbert lleiken and l.t Leo Joltre will be the speaker-MORRIS & RUTH KRNfR Catering for All Occasions HARRY ZUfKfRMAN established in 1945 FAMOUS 671 WASHINGTON AVE. 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OPIH HOUSE WfDDIHGS AAff MITZV4HJ RtCtrTIOm TW3 1*053 Lipton, the fol low ing have be* n nominati new offi( i rs tr Ihe Federation Samuel V Friedland. honorar> id : • Sidnej Lefcourt, immediate pasl president; vice presi Sidne.\ D. Ansin, Judge li \in.: Cypen, David H Fleeman. Leon Kaplan and Dr In ing Lehr ii an Burton B Goldstein has been nominated for the position oi treasurer and Marshall S Har ns tor associate treasurer. David P Catsman has been nominated as secretary and Norton Pallot, w inner ol the President's Leadership Award ol the Federation, has been nominated for the position ol associate secretar) Pasl presidents oi thr Federation include Sam Blank, A. J. Harris. Sam II llrmian. Howard Kane. Aaron M. Kannrr. Stanlej C. Myers, Mas Orovitz, Dan P Ruskin, .lacob Sher, William D. Singer, Carl Weinkle. i atsman announced that Sam Blank has again been Dominated to serve as chairman of trustees of the Federation Trustees for thr new slate include the following: Leonard Abess, Hen Blum. Leo A. Chalkin, Sam A Goldstein, Ba ron de Hirsch Meyer, A .' Mola sky. Joseph M Rose, Harry Sirkin Mrs Samuel Simonhoff, Mrs Carl Wrinkle Acceptance of this slate and of those nominated to positions on the Board of Governors will be moved at the annual meeting taking place at the YM and YWHA, 8500 SW 8th St., on Saturday evening. May 22. At the annual meeting, two amendments to the by-laws of the Federation will be voted on relating to an increase in the site of the Bud/jet Committee, and an increase in the size of the Executive Committee of the Federation. The evening will be a tribute to nej Lefcourt, retiring after three years as president of the Federation, and to Dr, Irving nan who will have com pleted Ins second term as chair man of the city-wide Combined Jewish Appeal David B Fleeman, chairman ol the annual meeting, announced ihat dietarj laws will l>e observed and that ihe evening will be a Combined Jewish Appeal victorj dinner dance, with music hy Hai i\ TS ami his orchestra Mrs Sol Goldstein, chairman ol hostesses, said thai Mrs Irving Wexler, Mrs Sydney Gans and Mrs Meyer A Baskm are assist ins her as co-chairmen Dr Joseph I! N'aroi will serve as toastmaster for the occasion Co-chairmen of the Arrangement Committee are Mrs Jack Kal/man and Mrs Irving Lehrman. Mrs. Burton 1! Goldstein is chairman of program for the evening. I KING ARTHUR'S COURT STROLLING VIOLINS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Ron • TU 8-4521 AT INNS, C^Owwf k fmp. •id A check representing funds raised for the Greater Miami Jewish Federation by students of the Hebrew Academy is presented by Academy Student Body President Fanny Behar \o Sidney Lefcourt, president of the Federation at recent ceremonies in the school. Hebrew Academy In Open House Hebrew Academy of Greater Mi ami held an Open House Week (ruin May 10 to 11 lo 3 p m ever) da) with guided tours starting at the Acadcnn entrance on the hour. In proclaiming the crlein.iii.in Rabbi Alexander s Gross, princi pi I, stated, "We v ere eagi r to h i the communit) see our school and see how we function According lo Louis Merwitzer president, This year's open house marks the third anniversar) of the Hebrew Acadenu at its Pine i.ir Dr facilities and the tath year "I operation for the school." Mrs Leonard Rosen is president >i ii. breu Academj Women, and Mrs Samuel Rosner i PTA presi drill Ninth grade graduating class ..inducted the tours with members o| the Hebri w *c .d.--"' im >n ml PTA organizations, Visitors <>!>• served classroom instruction and saw the three mam buildings of the Vcademj administration, edlion and dining hall conn-. ted with the auditorium and cbapel I I GREATEST VALUE EVER! POLYNESIAN RESTAURANT • COMPLETE DINNER • DANCING • AUTHENTIC HAWAIIAN REVUE ALL 3 95 LEISURELY DINING FROM 5 P.M. COMrifrf KANOUtt I AC ILI1 Its R.-icivoriont — MIAMI 945 6457 • HOLLYWOOD 923-1421 IN HALLANDAl f ON US. 1 BISCAYNE BLVD DANCING FROM 10 p.m. Hoi Roder Orch. Luis Maya, Strolling Guitar. 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May 14. 1965 h /o/$f/*Djr/Gfe/7 Paqe 11/ \abbinical Association Forum 'First' L Harold Gordon, executive president <>f the New York oi Rabbis, was to be guest I r al the annual meeting of [Rabbinical f\aaoclatlon oi Miami <>n Thursday, 8 ii temple Beth Sholom. |)bl Jonah Caplan, spiritual ii Temple Adath Yeshu is to assume the prei idency association, succeeding Herbert Baumgard, oi Ternkcth Am bgram was also to honor .ill ; : % %  tidents outgoing and in | officers |We hope the meeting wilt recognition to all who have our association, and to ackint the community's lay ership with the work and .Importance of the organization," Rabbi Solomon Schiff, exe|ive vice president. •inn iii Rabbi Caplan I • who were to \installed I .M..\ A LipscMti B.tii %  I n-..iiM>n vtve presi Rutchik, director ol in %  >' Region of I 'nited ol America secretary ifl l< ii.pi. Beth Ml. i surer; S I o m o i. : i .'.itinii Beth El, con | •executive vice presi i ffii 'i include Rabbis ard, Ten pie I'.. Ih nl Ini : l II • %  i ,. Harold Richler, t'on tarj %  tn irer lent* hoi \la\er \bramowitz, Tern !l moi Vpi ll I.rim cy coordinator of the New York Board of Rabbis in 1946, the largest representative rabbinical body in the world. He was ele vated in 1956 to the post of executive vice president, as well as director of chaplaincy services. During World War II. he attain ed prominence as the Flying Chaplain" in the Air Transport Command, flying over 250.000 miles to serve ;i unique military congregation in Iceland, Green land, Labrador. Newfoundland. Orthodox Chief Raps Pressures on Vatican •< Continued from Page 1 A ^g m programs intended to re••'o.ic teachings, liturgy, nd c ''cchetical doctrine. These tend to diminish the ol the Jewish community •ate situations which are hiy detrimental to better inlious understanding." pointe : oui til "the i ust dele in change %  ogma • and prim iples %  Jewish community. • :• oi IN religious vays iiii Kuril s of till %  s within thi l its struc ins< lence I suffered the persecution and to the if den ide I on lorical re nstianitj it. cradii '.i>k con • tj and not a problem oi thi ih cons i lence Feajan tein • e an m inj fruitful areas in reat reli • • the il must i • i and human %  But the framework ol such and ventures thi' reli Faiths w ithout the r non re A is %  : i Fense agei Max Stern, noted i mmunitx li .iili r and philanthropist n ceh ed the Crown oi the Good Name Kether Shem TOT I tward four deca i eade sup I %  am .n I he cat se ol i irth dox .ii datsm and its saci ed insl itutio States .itul I r.irl and \ ice .mil humamtarianism Coastal ELECT JOE MALEK TO CITY COUNCIL wers RTMENTS 8. COLLINS %  APARTMENTS iefcrs T COLLINS %  • n of an LEVER 1-B 345-6326 .' BEST RENTAL VALUE ON MIAMI BEACH .. •.. jar i 11 n I • MODUS NOW OPEN 9 AM Uli'MlK APPOINTMEM %  Bermuda, the Azores and Scot land In 1956, Rabbi Gordon was one oi tinleaders of the New York Board ol Rabbis' delegation that penetrated the Iron Curtain, thi first such rabbinical \ isit in 40 years to study Jewish religious life m the Soviet Union. Poland ;iinl Czechoslovakia ( hail man of the Thursdaj in -Kill.itn.il was tn be Rabbi Joseph H Narot, "t Temple Israel. Invocation was to be bj Rabbi San ford Seltzer, director of the Southeast Council, Union <>f Americai id brew ( ongregations Also scheduled were to be Rabbi Leon Kronish, host, welcome; Louis Snetman, host Beth Sholom president, greetings. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard, out going president of the associa tion, in a report; Sam J. Meiman, past president. Greater Miami Jewish Federation, in a tribute; Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Temple Emanu-EI, response. Benediction w .ito be bj Rabl Murraj Alstct, who will he honoi nl at Beth David Congregation 01 Fridaj evening on the occasio nl hi> 50th anniversarj in the ral binate. RABBI HAROLD CORDON Kronish, remple Beth Sholom Irviag Lehrman, Temple Emanu Kl: Morton fcfatavsky, Temple Beth Sholom; Joseph li Narot. 1 %  : pie Israel Solomon Schiff Congregation Beth El: David Shapiro, remple Sinai, Hollywood; Moi ris Skop. !< mple Beth Shii Ki llfn man, Temple /inn. \\i -t Miami Spei iuti' .1tn be ; to the late Ral bi Jacob II K Ian. Temple Israel who u;ithe one ol the assoi lal 101 bj Cantor Ja "i B< st< 11: in 1 empli Isi R.ibbi Gordon was elected general secretary and chaplain • %  Before You Rent Compare %  •1 %  When they tell you the apartments are luxurious COMPARE! 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Page 12-A 9-Jenist ncridfiari Friday, May 14. 1S65 Beth Sholom Will Mark 22nd Annual Meeting at Champagne Supper Saturday Temple Beth Sholom will mark ts 22nd annual congregational meeting with a cocktail party and champagne supper Saturday evening in the Temple Auditorium. Officers Of the temple and affiliates who will be feted with a special toast include Louis F. Snetman. serving as temple president for a second term: honorary presidents, James M. Albert. Shepard Broad. Leon J. Ell. Harry Arthur Green berg, John Serbin. Ralph Spero; honorary vice presidents. Sidney D Ansin. Joseph L. Arkin. Jack A Cantor. Isadore B Hecht, Charles Silvers: vice presidents. Jack M. Fink. Irving B Kaplan. Worry B Morris. Philip Schlissel; treasurer. Seymour Silverman: financial secretary, Eli Katzin; sen tral secretary, Philip Postelnek. Board of Directors are Jack A. Abbott. James M. Albert. Norman Arkin, Joseph Ash, Abram Baker. Jonas Brotman. Jack A Cantor. Marvin Cooper, Meyer Don, Dr. natz, Leon J. Ell, Abe C Fine. Myer Friedman. Harry Arthur Greenberg, Louis Grossnan. Isadore B. Hecht. Frank Kamen. Dr. Leo Levin. Dr. Sanford levine. Alex Levinson. Alvin B. Lowe. Manny S. Olinick, Jacob Rifkin, Benjamin B. Rimer. Philip enberg, .lack Sandier. slant., Segal, Harry B Smith. Ra'nh Spero. Jack Wagner, Harold Zinn. Honorary' trustees are Sidney D Ansin, Harry Dinnerstein, I (' Greenberg, Dr Alexander Robbins, Irving Rothman. Simon Wolff Mrs Seymour Silverman, who has been a vice presidi :r and chairman of the Beth Sholom Fes tival of Arts, is Sisterhood president succeeding Mrs Leo Levin, Officers an i board members who will serve with her are: vice presidents, Mrs. James Kno Mrs. Bennett Lee, Mrs, Stanlej Levinson, Mrs. Martin Steiner. Mrs Hany E, W< Ik: recording secretary, Mrs Leon Unger; finan cial secretary, Mrs Ethel Shapiro: financial secretary, membership, Mrs Marvin Cooper; treasurer. Mrs Myer Friedman: chaplain, Mi s Leon Ki onish, Advisi rj ( luncil includes Mesdames Leon J. Ell, Aaron Farr, Irving B. Kaplan. Harvej E Kramer. Inez Kren.-ky. Leo Levin, Howard II Miller, Alexander Rob bins. Louis F. Snctman. Honorary directors are Mesdames Max Applebaum, Joseph L. Arkin. Norman Babel. Camille Baum, Samuel Beckerman, .lack A. Cantor. George Cohen, Jacob Fishman. Milton Jacobs, Morris '.ipp. Tessie Litt, Benjamin Man dell. Eli Meltzer, Michael Mersel, Hess Nelson, Abraham Rosenberg, Irving Rothman, Norman .1 Russ, Benjamin Sabin, Joseph L. Shawmut, Maurice B, Shein. Sylvia Silvers, Fred Sonierstem. Ralph Spero, Louis Stoff, Jack Udell, Irving Westin, Simon Wolff, William Yanowitz. Hoard members are Mesdames Ellis Amdur, Michael Brumer, David Conviser, Max Diener, David Drucker, Isaac Fleischman, Jerome Greene, Arthur Hark, Walter Lebowitz, Samuel Meiselman, i ;u Leslie. Mai tin Lun.ly. Marvin Marx, David Miller. Joseph Pardo, Phillip Postelnek, Aaron Reder, Sidney Rockwell, Julius Ser, Harry Schuldiner, Larry Silverman, Harry Smith. Irwin Tcplis. Robert Townsend, Miriam Vernick, Irving j Bern, Nathan Bushman. Phil p Davis, Ted Dortch, Samuel Dresekler. Leon Garfield. Solomon B. Goldman, Benjamin B. Goldstein, Harry A Gordon, Harold Granoff. Harry w. Greenberg, Louis Grossman, Trudy Hamerschlag, Isadore B. Hecht. Robert Jaffe, Max Kes selman, Irving Kushman, Sanford Levine, Carl Lundy, Samuel Oritt, 10UIS SNCTMAN Sam Rudt. Jack Shapiro. Joser u L. Sharp*JBernard Spectc/ Samuel Stein, Paul A. stem. Charlotte Vogel, Jack Wagner, Harold Zinn Jack R. Shapiro was elected to serve a second term as president Of Brotherhood. Officers and board members are president elect, Jam.KAopke; vice presidents, .lack M Fink, Harold Grai Harve) Kramer. Morris Miller, Sidney R >ss, Philip Schlissel; recording secretary, Sam Rudt: corresp secretary, • Bernard Spectoi • i ..surer. Leon Unger 1 Mrect are Jack A Al Joseph Alter, Joseph Ash, Michael Brumer Marvin I ooper, Mi y< r Don. David Drucker, Ted Dysart, Dr. Meyer Eggnatz, Aaron Fan", Paul Gaier, Frank Hepps, Walter lebowitz. Dr Sanford Levine, Manuel Luck. Sam Marlin, David Muckat Joseph Pardo, Marvin Pehr. Philip Postelnek, Mayor Melvin Richard, Sidney Rockwi I, Bei nar I R sen, -• j mour Silverman, .' %  se| Sih i rstein, Louis Snetmi in Teplis .lack \\... ner, I rrj B, Wolk. Goldmann Urges Support of Bourguiba Continued from Page 1-A Sen Frank Church, Idaho DemoB ur deserves high con Israel ca ber oi the Senate For dati< I statesmanship for makampaign with which it -ign Relations Committee, took the ing his recent statement about it be possible to establish con...... ... .., Washington tins Arab-Israel relations." 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?age 14-A Unist noridlictr Friday. May 14. 1955 !Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR Pope May Speak To United Nations kON'T BE surprised if you learn thai Pope Paul VI will appear before the forthcoming session of Jhe United NationGeneral Assembly which opens in September. Be I uiid the scenes talks are now going in between the Vatican and leading ,'N personalities, while .Jewish organisations in this ccuntr>' are toy. ng to figure out tee exact stand of „,Hi an. on tne draft declaration exonerating the .Jewish people from the charge of crucify mi; Jesus Although this dratt had been approved at last year i ion of the Ecumenical Coumd by an overwhelming majorit) Of 1992 to 99. it has been felt in the liberal world for some time that Tope Paul himself maintains a cool attitude toward thai decision. Suspicion that he lendhimself to be influenced bj the ultra conservatives in the Vatican who oppose absolving the Jews has been strong because ol his silence on this issue This suspicion has become stronger after his sermon on Passion Sunday, Apr i. in v huh he stated thai "the Jews nol only did not ignize Jesus, but fought him, slandered and injured him; and. in the end. killed him." This ser men created an altogether new image of Tope Paul among Jews and non-Jews alike — an image far different from the one ol his predecessor, the late Pope John XXIII. who went down in history as "the good Pope Bj addressing the UN Assembly, he stand.to correct this unfavorable image he created of him sell in undermining the action ut th %  greal majority ..i the prelates at the Ecumenical Council who distinct!) said thai Jesus died "because ol the sinof all men." There will, of course be much explanation forthcoming trom the Vatican on Pope Paul'.views on Jews between new and the time he may appear before the United NationAssembb However onlj dear-cut -tatement from tinPope himself can .bar the air and re-tore the confidence oi the liberal world in the top hierarchy of the Vatican. An attempt to explain Pope Pauls reas-crtion ol the charge thai the .lews killed Jesus was made in New VOI* last week by Cardinal Bea. the chiet fighter in the Vatican for the exoneration oi the Jews from that charge Cardinal Baa's explanation was. to .-peak mildly, very confusing and lett much to be d< -ired. although the .lews know that they have a great friend in .him The eyes of the Jewish world well as of ilte entuc liberal world, are therefore turned now toward the plenary meeting of the ::n prelates who compose the Vatican's Christian Unity Secretariat, ol which Cardinal Bea is the hea The session ot these 30 prelates is taking place at the Vatican this week to review proposed revisions ol the drafl Declaration on the Jews which exonerated the .lews from tl* cide calumnies and was approved b) the almost 2.000 of the cardinals and bishops who attended the 1964 meeting ol the Ecu menical Council While the Jews have no doubt where i ardinal Bea himself stands in the matter, the question is now being asked al extent other members ol his Secretarial have been influenced bj Pope Paul's insistence that the .lewkilled JeSUS As W Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL Jobs and Bigotry E DUCATON AND JOBS. Title VI and VII of the l\ 6. Civil Rights Law. en acted Dead} a yeai auo. Why is the news about the school and employment aspects of <.he law more momentous now than a year ago? Do the school systems ol N uthern states and industries of the North reallj feel the impact yet? When will thej learn" How" There is a whip in Title VI ot the 'ivil Rights Law — the section dealing with education: if %  ublic schools do nol desegregate, federal funds customLily provided to the states will be cut off That's why here will be much scurrying about among Southern school oand people and stale officials this spring and summer > see whal can be done aboul complying with the law Title VII, dealing with job discrimination, maj well aye an even greater impact than Title VI The wheels vill really begin to turn on July 2. 1965. On thai data, enV layers and unions with 100 or more workerwill be covred by the new comprehensive federal law Coverage .ill be'extended gradually; and bj .iul> 2, 1968, employers nd unions with 25 workers will be covered Will Washington mean business On this issue" Judging by the size of the army of new converts won for the ause of equality of opportunity by the Selms outrages nd the drive for passage of the voting registration law. ew can doubt, that the federal government will discharge (8 vast responsibility Sen Hugh Scott, of Pennsylvania. • as on the right track when he advocated early in April 'hat President Johnson move to establish the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunities Commission, required by the 94 law This five-member commission will be responsible !Or enforcing the laws ban on discrimination in employ Dent because of race, color, religion, sex or national ori-in Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ 17,000 Went for Good Long Walk I SRAEL HAS JUST concluded itannual luid.iv walk across the country. There were 17.000 people in it While it was under the auspices of the Israeli a: my. participation was open to all: and there were people Of all classes and conditions in it. men. women and children, native residents, tourists, girls from Finland, and a considerable aggre m gatiOtl Of African students One man ol ninety eight .ninod in the four-day hike In this jet age, walking doesn't arouse too much enthusiasm, but there waa meat deal of oiUhu-iasm alK>ut it in Israel, and "hen the 17.000 wound up in .1, rusalem, the whole population turned cut to tl"' fll .V.TBl the walkers and honor them aCOBSJUering her es Where else could one find a nobler ami) than this, v huh marches without sword-' Perhaps it 1to be expected Thoseau. who was c.uite a walk, r him-, If, noted thai the term "saunter" 1though! to derive from those people of the Middle \..v. ho walked about, asking alms, saying the) were on their way to sainte terre Ihe Hob Land rhoreau thoughl that, in every walk, we should go to the Hoi) Land; and as he describes the sunseU he saw on his walk.-, we can have little doubt thai h* went indeed to the Holj Land TOday, the automobile and the telephone have turned us all into sitters, rather than walkers. Legs are for beaut v. for exhibition rather for amhulation. Thoreau thought walking was a kind of inborn gift which not all men possessed. It is said of the rabbi of Wolozhin, who had other gifts but not this one. that When he was urged to take a walk, he said, What s the use'' 111 have to come back." Actuallv, one does not come back, or rather not the same man comes back, for something has been added Harry Truman in Missouri takes .hidail\ ,. alk and so doeBen-Gurion at Sdeh Boker. Al two different parts oi the world, the two statesmen resOfl to the tame course I was reading the other daj ol someone tellingHiow he was walking in the rain in Israel one day — the streets were deserted, but he saw a little man trudging along, and he came ,. an( | saw il 1B< n Gurion taking Ins d Both T 1 mi n and Ben Gurion saj the) tak< I Ik ;,.; pxen ise, bui I think it more than tl rhai wh< 11 th. j gel their ideas loo One ol the Idii 1of walking 1Justice Dou las ol the S 1 me Court He h lid thai Ihe m I liffi problem coming up before him in the Court usua res ved on a thirty-mile hike when he ; rns t" the roadside lo examine a flowi r *l Capitol Spotlight: By MHTON FRIEDMAN 1515 Convention is Setting to Gather Washington T HE ABILITY OF B'nai B'rith to adapt to the changing needs of world Jewrj will be measured when delegates of the organisation's 500,000 members gather 111 l.-iael trom 43 countries on Ma) 23 at a triennial convention New leadership will emerge. A vigorous campaign is being fought in which two outstanding can dictates are seeking the international presidency of the order B'nai B'rith believes in healthy, democratic competition There is no nominating committee \ free and open convention will take place. Another development of basic importance is the emer gence ol B'nai B'rith's new executive vice-president, nchiel administrator He iRabbi .'ay Kaufman, who be widely known as vice presidenl of the Union oi Vmerican Hebrev Congregations Rabbi Kaufman succeeds Maurice Bisgyer who retired recentl) after L'7 years of B'nai B'rith sen ice When the 1.500 delegates gather in Israel, they will erl) observe the new professional leadership oi Rabbi Kaufman Label ,\ Katz, outgoing president, welcomed the elect k I Rabbi Kaufman He said the rabbi has "exhibited effective administrative -kills, a creative awareness ol organizational techniques, and a perspective of Jewish communit) life which reflects B'nai B'rith's traditional commitment to the totality ol Judaism and Jewish interesl and institutions.' President Katz predicted thai "Rabbi Kaufman, arti< ulate, enthusiastic, and capable, will bring to his new as signmeni a capacity that will have Its positive impact on the continued growth and advancement of B'nai B'rith A handsome, dynastic man in his earl) 10's, Rabbi Kaufman is guided by she concept <>t K'lal Yisroel, Jewish brotherhood. He sees B'.nai B'rith as the worlds only trub international.Jewish organization that unify Jewry's diverse elements He places emphasis on Jewish education. The saving remnant must be equipped to save through know led The meaning of Jewish life outside Israel may be delined through the uistrumentaiitj of B'nai B'rith The or Sanitation hopes to activate and creatively channel n. constructive Jewish energies Rabbi Kaufman does nol feel that Jewry ion th. verge of extinction despite the current pessimistic fOr easts B'nai B'rith, according to Rabbi Kaufman, ith< •floor'' organization on which building can be done Now that Israel exists, Jews outside Israel are taking a m look at their Jewish ci mtnitments. Modern eoininunn and ict age transportation have created new links amoi the Jewish communities of (he world The role ot international president of B'nai B'rith .not easy to fill Under the presidency ot Philip M-Klut nick, the job became thai oi an international dipkimal i the complex post-Hitler world Mr. Klutsnick, todaj garded i>> many as America's outstanding living Jewis leader, eoiieene.i the idea ot strengthening B'nai I lies with Israel To ihe greal satisfaction of Israelis, he took the non Zionist B'nai B'rith to Israel to hold its 19 triennial convention. Label A Katz .' New Orleans, followed Mr Klutznick president. He visited Moscow and sought to reliev' .-mion Jews Mr Katz followed Mr Klutznick pi soph) in broadening the horhwns ami scope oi th. i \ distinctive personality in his own right. Mi Katz's scholarly Jewish background stood him wvl stressed youth programs awell as communit) action i pspe ted and capable men have offered thei selves as candidateto succeed Mr Katz I nlortunut. me an be hosen The two are Judge l>a\ id Colema ot l is ti eles and Dr William \ Wexler, oi Savaiuv Ga Judge Coleman is widely known in judicial circle. Judge of the Superior Court of the Mate ol Cabfonu. lie was appointed b> Chief Justice Earl Waraen when th. latter was Governor The indue is distinguished In Jeww life for indynamic nrsnjrtanny of th Los Angeles lewii Communit) Council, serving the second largest Jew %  .on in unity in tlie wiirkl. Dr Wexler, B Savannah, Ga.. civic leader known t> hicourageous stand, on the civil rights Wing line in tl ulii has a record ol .lewo-h ami %  .imamtarian activitii adistinguished as thai of Judge Coleman Off the Record: By NATHAN ZIPRIN The Bible Lights Up Past History AS ISRAEL MARKS its seven-pa] •^ teenth birthday, we take pridi in the development of the .Icwi-I State, but we may also note a his i torical gain. Helping in she huildinf I ot Israel's future, we are learning! more of the past More and more the Bible is taking on a specia 1 vividness No work has been studied Bs| the Bible. Every word has been scrutinized, put un der the microscope so to speak, analyzed and reanalyzed a hundred ana more tunes. Yet the seventeen short yearn ot Israel's e-tabKshment have done S meat deal more in many respects than much of the theorizing. Instances of the progress focussing light on the past and making it alive again are exhibited in the building of the new Negev city of Arad and, especially, in the building of the city of Ashod There are many colorful -tonein the Bible but few surpass thai of Ihe story of Ashod told in SamU el I. There, the Philistines dwelt, one of the five strongholds of the Philistines The Creeks spoke ot the Philistines with respect as a greal seafaring na lion, and the Israelis had reason to fear them The) had been badl) smitten by the Philistines. The Philistines worshipped an Idol, Dagoa And the invisible God whom the Israelites worshipped had seemed powerless against him. When the Philistines captured the Ark of the Covenant, they gloated that the "glory'' of the Jewish Cod was gone. Yet strangely enough, soon after, the fear of Israel's invisible God came upon the Paiti-tines and they returned the Ark of the Covenant with a guilt offering. The Philistines by their hostility were largely responsible for Israel's forcing itself into a military nation It was with the troubles of the Philistines that SauU„nd, later. David emerged to lead Israel to victory. % 



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Temple Judea Ladies Map Honors Lunch tke a*/< ornan s UJoM ju lea Sisterhood will annual honors luncheon and •inn on Wednesday, Ma) i i m in the Temple's Hall .will IMpresented mg women t the preition. Mrs Aaron • heastei n regional %  \ati ti.il I', deration Si >tei I %  •' Is, will be %  .,: ernoon Lion and Mrs e chairmen <>f the e w I loi | ;, ir. v. i* Hyman Bel n i-nairman; MrMan%  i ents; Mrs ins; v.: Mrs Philip Abel, an Abraham Stein, invitations; Mrs. Richard Horwich, hostess chairman; and Mrs Julius Beai man, publii itj. Ni H I) electi 'I Executive Board are the Mesdames Marvin Levin %  denl. Manuel Serkin, execu live vice president; Paul Edlow, i. -i \ ice president; Bernard Yes ner, second vice president; Seyhulner, third vice president; w illiam Weil, fourth v i c e prealdenl Paul Wech •( -etai' Leo Kopo Lou n, co re i> inding irics; M I'm Kn nantary; Uex Grossman, Grci an; Frank Toback, parliamentari ^Jewish Floridian Miami, Florida, Friday, May 14, 1965 Section B bv ISABEL GRCVF Daniel Hammond and his mond are touring Israel with %  oppel While there, Dr sill lelivi r i si ientific paper % % %  Hebrew University <>f J< All i.t 'Ahuii makes cozj Mr grandmother Oida sti .:. Jerusalem foil mce ;it an inter • G ivernors me rs i t > I mdin pn • %  Ireatei Miami < hap Vmerican Friends oi ', -v it) ilem, she's hn\ ..I .HI: .iill'l', how as r' i at the Bi i ardi Gi llerj -. i an %  n-in-law, rul i en the Han m nds, il will be %  ; %  • %  i • i i • their urn six w< eks from now idaj in TtM "i for the Da sners spring for tinHarold Id with .ill three Ived m commencement E I" .nil. accepted %  w ashington University School following graduation tin' l niversit) >>i Florida, has '; %  • fted bj his parei t> wi h an extended Eur pean jaunt winch will take up most <>( the summer Middle son Myles, ..•ni i In. senior class it Palmetto High, has been i hosen ;i> the t itstanding membi r ol the K'.. Club and awarded an all-ex%  i trip in New York He'll entei Emorj in the fall %  Pa mi tto Junior li.Ji. Alexander se ves lent i f National Junior Hon. at the st hool the summer in Los Miami B a ites, Mr A Rubin, iii divide their tiir• in Blifornia t> 'tween -mi I l Col I>;I\ id S, Rubin, ol • • Bei i ardmo, and daughter, Mrs .1 M Brent d 'i wo happj occasi ins for i n .' -. %  h Ri r I rat< .; n 11 "' staj in Ni i hter an I son i Mr %  u ,i Mrs Julius Barnett marked their silver wedding annivei sai > a n it [rand-daughter Barnett's e ent to lre l Margolies was announced Delightful evening w h e n the Harol l Lewens entertained at a dinner part) Wednesdaj ai the i rj -t.il Hi i ••... Affair was in Continued on P. 4-B Planning Temple Judea Sisterhood luncheon Manuel Serkin. Rear are Mesdames Richard are fiont deft to right Mesdames Julius BearHorwich, Abraham Stein, Maurice Waldorf, man. Frank Toback, Melvin Harmon, and and Marvin Levin. oseph R. Narot (seated\ toastmaster for the May 22 an1 meetinq of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and ined Jewish Appeal victory dinner dance, meets with Sol Goldstein (seat-d'. chairman of hostesses, and mor.iof the Hostess Committee to plan their participation in the %  al event. Standing v'.eit to rkrhl are hostess co-chairmen, • Ruth Johnson Bciger. Mrs. Irving Wexler and co-chairn f arrangements, Mrs. Irving Lehrman and Mrs. Jack • an. Not present c:o co-chairmen r.f hostesses, Mrs. Syd; Guns and Mrs. Meyei A. Baskin. (See stoiy, Page 1-A). tmmmvr Soqi'llilTIH'SS PMQt'E shift with matvhinq hat to •. r definitely • ess and %  • iloor I



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?aqe 2-B >Jewl§tifkr/Ji3r Friday, May 14, 1965 BB Women Close Season's Affairs Newly-elected officers of Temple Israel Sisterhood are seen here at the president's luncheon given by Mrs. Joseph Bulbin, immsdiate • president, in the Eva and Joseph Richter Meeting Hall. Standing 'left to right are Mrs. Jercme Rado, Mis. Clifford Newmark, vice pesiat-nts; M's. Monis E. Greene president; Mis. Benjamin Giadwm and Mi* Erwin Harri vice | Uii.,1 B'rith Woi n's ( ouncil t va § clo e the season with .1 kosher av ards dinner i n Thurs da> .it Hillel lloua •. I niversitj ol Miami, Mrs. David Sachs is presi til i;l %  •The Midraeh BiWical refer ence book, was to he presented to the Hillel Librarj bj the Council. and outstam in-: students wore i" I e honored Wesl Miami Chapter will lostoll officers on Mondoj evening at Howard Johnson Restaurant. 10201 S. Dixie llwy Miami ORT Installation Set Mrs. Hoary Rosenblatt, national vice president, will install officers ol Greater Miami Chapter, Wonv en"s American ORT, during a luncheon on Tuesday, 12:30 p.m., at the Sei Gull Hotel Headed bj Mrs Henrietta Bolo tin. president, slate includes Mrs Essie Amer, Mrs Morris Teller, Miss Sylvia stein, vice presidents; Mrs Ma) \ ns treasurer; Mrs Mollj Lowy, Mrs Barnetl Carvin, Mrs Nat %  *ei bi rg, se anes Mr Herman Howard pa SI a I %  to !><• installed in< Idei t Mrs IK Isaacson presidents, Mr[da Gordon iicoi'i Fish, Mrs Michael i i', ,': ling secrets >. Mrs Scher; financial secretarj Ceil S .1. corresponding -• tary, Mrs Nora Good; treas Mrs Teenie Deutscfa; hisl Mrs, Gmanuel Korenvaes; counse or, Mrs Herman Korenvaes Gilbert .! Balkin chapter held ittenth installation on Wednesday at Peterson's Restaurian \, prestdenl iMrs. Mike Light New Temple Israel Sisterhood Officers Will be Installed at Dinner Sunday Mrs M rris E Greene has been te pr -: lent <>t Temple Israel I to sui ceed Mrs Josi ph ilbin \, ,i officer* rd will b,' -• illed bj Rabbi Sanford Seltzer %  • e inst Hi tion dinnt r dam e on ring Rabbi Joseph \. rot on at the Dupont Plaza ll" %  sen ing w ith Mrs Greeni 1965-66 are vice presidents Mrs Clifford Newmark, Mrs Ben n i lladwin. Mrs. Erwin i Nino, who will condu; i Frederick Zeiger is chancellor commander ol the Knight-, and Mrs Saul .farrelt i> president ol the Ladies' Auxiliary. •.-. Mrs Jerome Rado tary, Mrs Benjamin auer; treasurers, Mrs H Novell. Mrs. Benjai !i tarii s, Mrs %  d Mrs !>..' i .' Na i,-1: secret : nes N Kahn i I Mrs Prank Schaffxan; auditoi Mrs i, Louis Mend, Ison chair Nom i aim i Committee, Mrs, .' seph Bulbin Two-year directors are Mesdames ence Adler, Morris II Blau Michael M Gilbert, Stuart Gordon Lewis, w iiui hue. Jerome w. Halpern, David K Hochherg Robert Litowitz, Harry l, Levinsoa, Sum Lub\ Sr., Henry .' Nelson, Herbert c Paige, Bert I. Peppercorn. Edmund K Perls, David Phillips, Samuel -i Rabin, Arnold Rubin, Peritz Scheinberg, George A Sim n and. Lawrence E Si i >ne > e.i; directoi are Mrs Murraj Apfelbaum, MiMax Goldhofl, Mrs Irwin Harris Mrs Lee G May fici i Via Harr> Bison, Loui* %  ird Fi S S H. Salt s -V Rosi n loff, i %  i %  Mrs. Ja (1 Mr. 'A i %  i Young Israel Collegiates si : %  I \ KOSHER MORRISOiVSCHIFF 'THE GOOD FRANKFURT" HERMAN PEARL BILL LADIMER NUMBER ONE PROVISIONS ONE ALTON ROAD Phone 531-6611 MIAMI BEACH Ksn/er Pastrami? Nothing goes with a good meal like TetleyTea! Because Tetley is brijrht and bracing as the finest, tastiest tea should be-a favorite in Jewish homes since 18H7. BULK, BAGS ANO INSTANT TO LOW CALORIE MEALS Solve that weighiy problem ••rve plenty of nutritious, flavorfu August Bros. Sread medt from select spring wheat flour contains no shortening. PUMPERNICKEL • BOHEMIAN RYl • BAGELS • VIENNA • EGO TWIS1 • FIENCH BREAD EGG ROLL! • HARD BOLlf K on the packiije ""earis Kosher Cert I *t Kosr.er and Parvt 0/ Rabbi Jacob Cotiu ANYONE CAN MAKE THE HOLES %  + %  ?S u-, -jONLY GENUINE IMPORTED SWISS HAS REAL OF SWITZERLAND I ,. v.\ ; ; ', %  lai t n or chunk you buy. '1 hen you ai e sureol getting the matchless quality and hut-like ta'am of genuine Swiss Cheese—produced in Switzerland and nowhere else! Switzerland Suil/wlaiid Swiss (IHTSC .J



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Friday. May 14. 1965 +Mwlst fkvrkM.*wt Paqe 3 3 Mrs. Irving Lehrman to Get Israel ~! Woman of Valor A ward May 24 MRS. YAH N. LtVINSON AT MOUNT SINAI Mrs. Lcvinson To be Installed %  'sry Leader %  : • V. Wi %  • t ibbi piritual leader "t ii man >> Mrs. I % %  I i sent, Mount Sinai Hospital ar> h a s 2.100 members, of MM e ISO arc active volun-. contributing many thousof h ours <>f service each < : 11 ntly, there are also .iivolunteers included in the i> in addition to aiiMng the -pital ~t:ilf lor the henefil of Duth hospital and patient, the Auxil•i(| services' the \Iumni ol Mount Sinai, the fl Shop, and the Snack •> c ceda of which s u pport i •>! oi Practical Nursing. h mooTi progi am will tea shion pi i sentation of th'' ma Collection, narrated by ettj slid-" in fashi m direct. II line's Department store, mpanied bj the music oi i Kole an the worldw id< I \ Btion. will be con ferred upon Mrs. Irving Lehrman on Mondaj Maj 24, al the H i sah Israel 17th anniversarj lunch eon. The award, originally presented to the late Mrs Eleanor Roosevelt, ha bean given to only a handful if women in the world It will be presented to Mrs Lehrman in recognition of "her ynn ol exemplar) sen ice for the faith of Israel, the people "t Israel, and the land ol lrael The award will be made to Mrs Lehrman, wife of the spiritual 1 e a d e r of T e m i> I e Emanu El, bj S h i m 0 n Yalloii. ten sol General of th State ol Israel i heon al the I Ii %  %  I • %  Kroni.s i-haii f I 1 AIRS. CARL SUSSKIND Beth Kodesh Will Install Women K i i erhood in hi luled for • %  •• noon in the audil num. ix • hapiro will indue t ite M'II s< huluolk Ja< k Stone, Abraham Bar Vbi ham Tbpol, vice presl Samuel Cohen, treasurer; Seintraub, Louis stone. Max • i r, Sadie if Schucart, ries; Max Shapiro, chap •• !| ii. Paj Weintranb, parlismentar loaeph Rambatn, honorary lent. !>'"-rvntions may he made with Mrs Eli Weiner. Mrs. Joaaph ".imbam or the temple office. : M held in I Uus honor, • ,i commun ity, .i people and a nation." Chairman ol the Kadaasah Israel anniversarj luncheon is Mrs Fred Jonas Co-chairman is Mrs Sam Blank Honorary chairmen are Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink and Miss yj. lian Goodman Vice chairmen are Mrs Maurice Cahn, Mrs Karl M Coplon. Mrs. lack Katunan and Mrs Philip Thau. Bond-with Israel" scrolls of honor ill be presented to the presidents of the Miami Beach Chapter ol Hada sah Recipients of the


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Page 4-B Jewish fhridknr Friday. May 14, 1965 ^5oci Weintraub. Jennie Appelrouth, Celia Weintraub and Ida Bauer. Abe and .lean Eisenberg, of 01 iver House, all set tor the June 29 sailing of the Santa Rosa to Jamaica They'll stay .,• T< rer Isle Hotel in <>< ho R will make some side trips, all of which will take about a month BONN — (JTA) — W o 1 f Kirchstein. 27-yeai -old men several right-wing German i/ations. was convicted of an'i > %  |.,. itic activities after a trial a' Bamberg, and was sentenced tinend to five months' Lmpriso Schedule Jewish Philosopher Th J( wish I for cars on Wl IVD, N Icastii WEDR-F da;, from 12 :;ii to l p.m., each Sunday. Israel Lutsky, who recent ly retired to Miami Beach, will broadcast in Yiddish, If you've got a hungry family, you've got a Heinz Vegetarian Bean family. Waiting to be turned into a happy family. And hardly able to wait. And hardly getting to work on those plates when already someone is saying,"More beans, please." HEINZ strictly VEGETARIAN BEANS. Iv.ry tab.1 <-rrio. *..%  f .pprov.l of TH, UK.OH O, O.,HOOOX *W„M co* e .,o AIlom ot AmtK ^P/ about gathered for you MinamEeld llistori -minded? >< ouma> Mkn t in-, •smorwshoard" of spici aMppeb Italian doctors in the 8 tur\ recommended ham • i chopped beef fried witho aa cure tor colds, i he ancient I gyptians v thai onionCOUld .ir,l oil spiriti Does .\" onion keep the demons j in India cooking irega iinc ot the Divine *ru H recite a special prascr • preparing foods Kings and queens in the V i /ar Petei the Grea %  e bread Poland's Sia II enjoyed cooking (he i the mm babal Queen \ collected recipes tor 50 and often fixed her hui • i favorite dishes (such as pancakes) all b> her ro Sauerkraut (then kno •-our cabbage") -i v in centuries ago —b> the i \ oltaire consumed some i ofcofTeeada) \mericans 167.S0S .000.000 cups ol a year c onnoisseurs, ol i alwayschoose( haseA S i the aromatic instanl it too hundred searto perfect. c-v'i "world's fan time, to tninl i osmopoliton.drimk tosmof InsianK hase&Sanhom.nu th,carefully blended • flee th..true i Offet lovers ImiIn, ti, light inkoffie. %  >' •/<• at %  drink kaffe. Poles prefer k.. Russians mil for kophe I hoosekia-fi [ot t, oulsi I H French tip cafe" Even thiOrecl a word t.'t it —kuli o. Hut • cof/eei onnoisseurs'Languagi A Sanborn i/v//> rich run' .. %  H i Guests will a ale it 4rttl thrt'll iipprci iiitr >>' So with tluu compliment-colic eottee. serve delicate docoi MOCHA CHIFFON TORTE 1 j cup cocoa 1 tbsp Ctiase & Sanborn In %  .: up boiling water P4 cups silted cake flour 1" i cups sugar XVz teaspoons baking sni > •• %  asppon salt • ; cup Plj 7 eggs, separated • 2 teaspc %  '• %  aspoon ceam o' I Coflee Cream Whip (belo* ( %  'IIIIMIH cocoa JII < IM-> a. s i Io-1. %  in ( ohTee. Add boilii %  nd -iir i.oil—..in. sin logallM hoiking toga, nil. tdd P P. .out I i 111. egg \ilks. i.iml! I %  uMun Deal uatll iiaoolti I 1 •M.III mad u .mi nl tartai until si if I |H ikt.irm I DM I r. en'.in I'MHI latu I'n^ 1 I H -ini'i M. -. ,.r ic: ,1 i 1 i, I i. ... : ... || ~ ii>. into lino I. in i-. I ill •Mill I I • .' ( U .1111 W ll i' %  • i,.mi \\ hip: ream, 'cup -in...ri h.is*' ,v s.i;: urn i ( ..IK. Hi ii mini -I.II |H JKHoudim H USt J to Inn h Hi hi. ii I In boat motto I kii.oi i dvelarid .ikbrijli-d lnti-ii •> .loiialliun Swift, "is to griak coffee lu-n >ou ran, aivd aben v %  CStajsot, to be cas> without il Hut h> txwithout ii? Tke P 1 "'"sophieal and far-siKhu-d h.• keeps an extra jar tor t" t km & Sanborn in Ibf puntti Memo: Cha-se & Sanborn ( ami Planters Peanut Oil >' under Rabbinical supers MANNA ABOUT TOWN IS A STANDARD BRANDS EXCLUSIVE EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE BRIGHT Y0UN6 HOMEMAKER



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y, May 14, 1965 ••Jewist) fhrMbr Paqe 5-B Mew Food Fair ForKeyBiscayite presidents of National Council of Jewish "ii were installed last week at the Coriln Hotel. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. MilGross, president, Indian Creek Division; William I. Brenner, president, Greater MiSection; Mrs. Lou's Schneiderman, presCoral Division. Mrs. Robert Chile's, presBay Division. Standing are Mrs. Bur:. Lovov i.iesident, South Dade Division; Mrs. Larry Hoffman, president, Snores i^naion; Elsie Schwabe, president. Lincoln Division; Mrs. Robert Scmerstein. president. Islands Division. Theme of the luncheon affair was "A Woman's Place is in the World." Invocation was by Mrs. Jean C. Lehman. Installing of Leer was Mrs. Sidney Lewis, past president of Section and present member of the national bo-Trd. Menorah Women Map Installation Ceremony Wednesday Lawrence Weston will be in,.president oi Temple Mensterhood, succeeding Mrs rl-k\. ,.t tii.' I) -auville Hotel .i iv 19, at h 30 i> m Maj i r t bra mow it/, spir i ader • ; Temple Menorah, nducl tin ii staUation cere wlmli will be followed by %  r -n.uk ;.. nbow wi liuHeaven" ithe in for ill' evening, MrMayer Margaret Blistein, William CarmeJ, Rita Ep tein, Sarah Feinberg, Eva Prank, Nathan Ginsburg, Nathan, ial Glickman, Joseph Goldschein I 'i Grcenbi r^. M> er Harris, Kyman. .lack Israel, Herbert Kaplan, Edward Kaufer, Moe Ka>. Max Krau s, Mie Kunstlich, Sail) Kurman, Paukne Levy, Martha Miles, Paul Millman. Cele Mirowitz, I.' uis Pilzer, Maurice Revitz, Lieber Ringer, Armen Rosenberg, Mesdames Isaac Sapirstein, BCM Schram, Richard Schwartz, Jack Segal, Al e Selecoff, Rose SheCele Stern. Abraham Towbin, Rose Trucker, Maurice Weil, A nn.e Weinstein, Morris Yoffe. %  A %  has equ ir the lern shopping I i ility are ii i, A on the 'i:... .n. "anl. lie L. B. Taylor and Assoi I ites, "t liami, are in charge of d< sign, with pecifications calling for a "showase supermarket" in whiih the test innovations in the field of .•If service merdiurtoising will be niployed. Exterior design is being planned o harmonize with the style of surrounding residential and business areas. Grounds, including the too ear parking area, will he land scaped to preserve the atmosphere that distinguishes the Key, he noted. The new store, classified as one of Food Fair's gourmet units, will contain more than 9. food and Ihousehold items in its is departments Spacious aisles and easy ac. cess display cases will contribute to customer convenience, while an interior decor of clear bright pastels accented by white will provide a pleasant shopping atmosphere A fully stocked delicatessen, including an International Api er Department, will hiamong the gourmet features at the new unit. Food Fair, one of the largest re tail food chains in the nation, operates in io eastern seaboard states in Calif on Mrs. Lewises New D>3ctor \rw projet i 'i re Women in I Sidrn 5 Le pro io slj asi-taut pro.net director, WHS is a group ol women re.ruitcd from f( ar national organizaNational Council of Jew Women, CatJu lie Women and Ne Women, and United church W men. to recruit and screen young V omen for the Women's Job Corps Otherfrom the Council of Jewish Women seizing with the local UK's are interviewers, Mrs, Norman Tatar, director of interviewers, MrJoel \ Lee. MM Nathan Machtey, Mrs Edwin oppenheim. MiMorton llalpern. Mrs Manin Bostin, Mi> Raymond Rubin, MrNorman Ci hen. Transportation, Mrs. Aaron Parr; visitors, Mrs David Kirseh, Mrs Bernard Silverstein, Mrs Irving iYexler, MrII M Lechtcnstein; %  ts, Mrs Jess Spirer lirector ol data assistants, Mrs Leo Ackerman, Mrs Theodore Berman. Mrs Seymour Blumenthal Mrs Louis Roth; community resources, Mrs. B F. Breslauer MrWilliam I Brenner and Mr-. Edwar 1 Oppenheim are the organizational hai.-onfrom the Council lew ish Women to WICS j £ 1 VPS. lAWKtNCl WtiTON %  Ait/ will be narrator. Mitt Peldman and Mrs llerzl inin charge of decorations, A ill IHin keeping with the • them,Mrs Jack Segal is and Mrs William Car 0 chairman Mi Weston has been active in org inizationa here. An officer art member •>( Blscayne, uand Miami Beach High she ia board member and member ol Angel Chapter School Emma Lazarus %  r of Hadassah, life member ler Miami Chapter ot Debe president <>f B'nai l'.nth. president A North shore Opti1 board member of Miami Opti Mr. ID officer of Temple ah Sisterhood I r si* years with %  i 1M: iband and rs Patricia and Meryl, at 1 i ltd officers to be Inducted are len Mrs, Milton Sing • i d Schuman, Mrs Mrs Marshall Ki i '. onding secretary, Mrs •< luiiui.ii-, reei nding secre Mrs Samuel Graham; social s Mrs Louis Buohman. : Mrs Irving Solom n, "1 secretary, Mrs Essie rliamentaiian, Mrs Lillian WW; In-, Irian, Mrs Norman <* %  •-. ,;•: Mrs Elsie Belli ol hrectOM are Me.stlames And LOXury begin* leith the finest erectm eheene That's Philadelphia Brand of course-the tastiest cream cheese of all. And freshest too—because it's the fastest selling brand in your grocer's dairj case' So when you give your family this feast offender Nova Scotia and bakery fresh bagels-make it pure LOXury with Philadelphia Brand Cream Cheese ; Kraft on the packaa* is your guarantee of the flneet for flavor, fr.ehne.e and purity. ffKRAFl CERTIFIED KOSHER



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8 6-B %  AnisWtrW" Miami Beach Chapter of Women's American DRT will hold its tenth birthday party and installation of officers at a brunch at the Monte Carlo Hotel on Wednesday at 11:30 a.m. To oe installed are seated (left to right) Mrs. Earl Gold, parliamentarian, Mrs. Paul Taylor, incoming president; Mrs. Lou Jacobson, outgoing president; Mrs. Syd Hoff, vice president; Mrs. Claire Schleimer, treasurer. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Mae Nathan, vice president; Mrs. Irving Gordon, financial secretary; and Mrs. Jack Sonshine, vice president. No. County T Names Supervisor Mrs Kenneth Raskin, a local rw idea) who has worked with -M VMIIA ECD progn m lor the pasl three years, has been appointed i<> oeed Mrs Beverlj Yelen as HIpervisor of the North County YMHA ECD pro-ram. it WM announced i>> Jeansmtte Sohwarti, director Mrs aaekin holds .1 BA degree [10m Indiana Universitj She has taken additional training in oarly childhood aduoation at Barn College and the Universitj ot Miami She is active in the South Florida Association of Cbildreo Under Six and is a member of the National Association for the Education of Youiu: Children. The Early Childhood Develop men! Program imorporatea so iially -oriented curriculum designed !i. guide the child in learning to re 1 ite to the world about him. Mrs Harriet Epstein, chairman of the North Countj "Y" 1'TA. will announce Mrs Raskin s appoint meni at a series of coffee meetings with Uie parents MKS. KENNETH KASKIH Firm Nomes Richard Sepler ran and installation of new officers of the • %  %  : ...-an CRT Mrs. Max Deakter, with Mrs. Irene Sus Lc I tc tig] are Mesdc? EJdcj ft.. Leu Gibbs, treasurer; Samuel Konefsky. ice president; Paul Allen, ining president; Faye Klausr.er, past piesident; Isadore BerBen Grtpresident; Max D3akter, lary; and Sam Isaccs, vice piosident. Cha. Chapter Will install Mrs. Zebltz Beach Hadassah Installation Will Hear Dr. Voss ecti : I I ion luncheon on at the & 1 ille Hotel, th will be installed 1 sidenl for a third tei m Mrs 4yei m< mbership vice 1 -ident; Mrs. Phillip Thau pro vioe president; Mrs Eva 1 fund-raising vice president. Samuel Goldberg, education \ .. president. Mrs Barnetl Beckerman, donor man, will introduce a program led bj Mrs, Henry B. Wernicli 1 li 1 j man and author, will Dr Carl Herman Voss will •>' speaker. !!• reoeutly returned from an 1 x t • -11 e tour of the Middle East > h. re he visited Isral and she Arab 1. n for the seventh time In 1i ..(•' he visited Hadassati installaWoman with Fine Background -" HrOrew Q< for poiit to woman or gentieFoe informal Call 538-4541 .jon MRS. NAT BAK1H t IOII> at the new Medical ("enter His talk will be on "Israel's Extra' rdinarj Accomplishments." NEWCOMER newcomer to t • '"e and or phoi c o Jewish FloriOian. Bo. Miain.. Florida 33101 Organizational Secretary Spetitliztng in Billing. Filingtyping nrj experienced m general o'ficr o, Knows Hebrew. Yiddis>n,ir jnd Russian Phoo 538-4541 from 9 to 12 Noon Emanu-EI Torah Luncheon Club n| Temple held •it the 1 %  %  i itive : Dr Irving Lehrman, the group marked the final class ol t le season with Siyum" celebration, which traditionally macks the conclusion of a year ol study A special fifth Mrtodaj cake was prepared, accordinu to Ben Zion Ginsburg, chairman, and aUM4M will re-ume for the sixth year in the fall. (.':. B'I ith '•'• en, ] tion for Tui -d. y, H p m at the iville Hotel Mayor Melvin Richard will jive greetings Mrs Flora H Sinick, past president i hairman i t the daj Mrs Esther Lerrr n, founder pi esident ol t 'Iiai Chapter, and | .; imi B e a c it council, will install the following offi 91 66 President, Mrs Jack Zebitz; vice i resident-. Mrs D> ris Laschow, Mrs Paul Gaier, Mrs Elsie Giuner Mrs Ben Resinkoff; treasurer Mrs Maka Prank; secretaries, Mrs Vnne Pergament, Mrs Sid Dutberg Miss Paula Tepman, Mrs Nat Katz; historian. Mrs Flora II Sinick; sentinel Mrs Joseph Pollack; guardian, Mrs Ethel Hasen; parliamentarian anil trustee. Miss Helen Silverstein, Counselor and tn stee, Mrs Philip Wouner; trustees, Mrs Esther l.ermaii. Mrs, Ml x Kern, Mrs Flora H. Sinick. Mrs Ira Optner and deceased. Mrs Oscar Rosenthal. Mi-Ann Ka> will offer a musical program Committee members are \n-s Paula Tepman, Mrs ciel Simon. Mrs David Broder, Mrs ike Ri sen berg, Mrs Anne Kaplan and Mrs Ben lies,,. Deborah Hospital Slates Affairs South Dade Chapter, Deborah Hospital, will hold itregular meeting Wednesday, 8 p.m., at (oral Gabli Federal, 97th Ave Bird Rd. The chaptei iplanning a barbecue, swmi and cai art) June 19, at the home ol Mr and Mrs Lai "> I ross man if. : -A 52nd Ter Proci eds are t"! Deborah Hos Werner Kahns Attend Confab Mr and Mrs. Wi MT K a h n v '>i .i" InU i ri phj May 2 'I he annual Exp h> the P Amei ttet than 5.0i i tion ; iv the ol n< .1 techni \ ances Democratic Club Meet Wednesday Next meet Miami Beai h Is slated I %  i i i the S i-!'' Hotel All candidaterunning foi the office oi mayor or councilman in the June l election have been invited to -peak al the gathering President Wall} Gluck will act .imaster ol ceremonies and mod erator. Attorney Richard M Seplei Hi. de. ih Dr., Hi.de.ih has b named to tin I Board of D ors of Tech K< foam Productlne He has .i been named -• %  retar) and al counsel for lh< organizatioi Sepler 1Civil S i : Board. Cit; %  Sirtf* Furniture Manuf* Uve n is a i • SAVIN FOR /Vt?sr 319 N.W. 25th STREET MIAMI GRAND 1044-46 ALTON RD. OPENING (NEXT TO FOOD FAIR) FREE PARKING IN REAR TROPICAL LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING • Shirti c Men's Suitt tic LUitt' D.im, |Jc Short Garments 41c 25c WASH 10c DRY AAACOINLAUNORYl MAYTAG 28 WASHING MACHINES 12 DRYERS Open 24 HOURS ABhEY S BEAUTY SAtON Au Cor.dii\I ... r|>eciall) JI ilie-.' rcdu %  •.'. rater! %  3-DAY CRUISES $ 50 4-DAY CRUISiS /* through May 27 for xnior citizens ONLY! I unili'l it. Ul st-ill Inn I l.ir$59 lor 3 day cruises nd $69 for 4 day cruises! GALA CRUISES Aboard the Air Conditioned 5S FLORIDA MIAMI TO NASSAU ALL OUTSIDf FIRST-CLASS STATEROOMS • NO INSIDE ROOMS • All into Is — including festi Copiam s Dinner! • full entertoinment program — Cruise Director, floor shows movies, games and prices calypso band! • Captain s Cocktail party' • Contm.nie breakfast! • Midnight snock • Duty-free shopping on hoard' SHIP IS YOUR FLOATING HOTEl 3 DAY CRUISES SAIl FRIDAYS AT 4 45 PM 4 DAY CRUISES SAIL M0N0AYS AT 4 4fP 'ri FREE • 25' WASH • EREE WITMtJ DRY CLEANING in C oin laundi fci rtitrtil *BO STEAMSHIP CO 11 'o ?Bis-i,n#Blvd I Mumi. flondj 33101 • I" FRIE PARKING i" /Viomi's Ingrohom Goroqo while >ou re ori eruin DOWNTOWN OfriCI SO* S.I. lit STRUT



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Friday. May 14. 1965 +Jeni§t> Ihiil, tr Page 7-3 ...f the Delano Hotel. Flaming fire torches, email table groupings fea Hiring pink rose and white sweetheart rose floral decorations, soft music and a big golden Miami moon provided an exquisite background tor the Leslie i'ho son of Mrs Rose G Pelletz, His grandmother, Mrs, Anna Goldberg, whose late husband, Lekbush, was the well-known Je i-h actor, was there too, included amonu guests Helene and Robert Jackson, Mr and Mrs Joseph Levlne, Dr and Mrs Alexander Ubow, Mr and Mrs. Charles Grace, Rae and Lou Levine] who flow in from Massachusaetta as a surmise to the engaged couple, Dr. and Mrs Donald Michaelson, Mr and Mrs s Nlaaenbeig with Susan and Michael, Mr and Mrs. Steven Mondrach, Rabbi MrLeon Kronish. Mr and Mrs Marvin N'nckow. Mr. and Mrs Sam Ilirsch. Mr and Mrs Kenneth oka. Mr and Mrs James Abramson, Mr MrRen Caster, the Harry Zukernkks and the Bert Wallers • • THE SEVEN FUNSTERS Instead of competing wKh the Monsters on nsion. s.-\in Funsters of the Imperial House i champagne breakfast for all the "gals" who • there. The onh exceptions to the rule that ts had to live in the Imperial House were si \ eral mothers The Punsters were Honej Mrs K Albert] Pallot. now en mute to Fur pe, Muriel Mrs Mam Peters, Sylvia (Mrs Wffllami Men -h>r Shirley Wootf, Hours [Mrs \ I, i Glick • \' n Mrs Harrj Sturm, and Mickej Mrs Bernard l Berkley Lorgnettes were on the tables so that guests could us,, them to see the style preset ted bj Mrs Harold Bauman, ol do the resl ol brating. Frances Lehman. 'Thank You' Rtlly in Capita} i \ .II \ %  I :i Ilk Y U. I S \ tic n here, in aplion by • '. I h • bj uniformed i troopi Newly-installed officers of the Greater Miami Women's Division. American Friends of the Hebrew University, meet to pro ject plans for the cominq season. From left are Mrs. Hurry Platoff, vice president of Woman of the Book Mrs. Philip F Thau, president; Mrs. Ida R. Lear, vice president of America Israel University Program. Not shown is vice president. Mrs Trudre Hamerschlag, whose portfolio is wills and living be quests. Dora Stein Ladies Elect Officers Mew slate of officers for Dora st. 'in Sisterhood, Israelite Center will be installed on Tuesday oven ii;.'. May 25. in the social hall. Set \ ing as a praesidium for 1965 66 will be Mrs Philip Rirhman Mrs Aron B< II nkoff, Mrs Ruth Kstzifl an I M s Hyman Kirsner %  i %  pn sidents Mi Al Winston M rs S h Milch.-.!. lei e Laz rus, c.ri Tl:'s %  %  David Schwarti Proceeds are %  toward noticing young women i itdy at the Jewish Theoi Seminar) of Am ri i in Men Y Senior Citizens To Hove Forum A %  ih • Y.M VW HA V gth %  Rae Feinstein 'riqht>. newly-installed president of Sha• Chapter of M: rmi Beach Hadassah. preeents an Afnhan a prize to Mrs. Fannie Knpple, whe turned in the ney in recent Jew ional Fund Blue Box collec% %  i nners shown above are Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Pom;: 'iz, of Far Rockaway, N.Y., winners of the recent Post Miami Vacation Sweepstakes. The vacation included ound-trip jet flight via National Airline*, accommodations the Americana Hotel, and the use of a Hertz Chevrolet seSome 25,000 entries were received. TOURING THE GLOBE, WITH JM AS YOUR TRAVEL GUIDE' Before you fly away, 'ake a jaunt to JM and beco'no c travel expert, We ve assembled the fashions that don t require caie, don't crowd a • We ve gathered rhe newest of travel geai our Globe !• • preparing foreign dishes *o %  up' re. • 'o pack a suitcase, be a camera ex| I And, to start you on > Our ourney we ve •• a a tom of travel authorities, on hand all week to msure sou a BON VOYAGE 1 DESIGNED FOR WOMEN WHO WANT MORE OUT OF LIFE WHO ARE NOT SELF-SATISFIED Nw Group Formine — Call 445-4751 THE DOROTHY CARNEGIE COURSE prtiented by THE FLORIDA INSTITUTE INC. dracMt IriaJ^k 1501 BlSCAYNE BLVD.



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Page 8-B •>Jmlstncrkt**i Friday. May 14, 1965 MABU WOMAN OF THE WEEK It's hard to believe that someone lived in towns with such odd names in Minnesota as Ev.leth. Duluth and nibbing. Hibbine is the richest little village in the world, according to Mabel (Mrs Yale) Levinson. who lived there. Her father was one of the original pioneers in Uibhing when the iron ore industry fir>t started, bringing his lumber business to the village, where it was sorely needed. Mabel has a musical background. She studied voice, piano, violin and saxophone. Indeed she could have been a whole orchestra. Later, she went to Bemidji State Teachers College in Minnesota and did her practice teaching out on the Indian Reservation. But she was unhappy teaching, preferring to be a nurse. She promptly turned herself around, went to Chicago and became a registered nurse. It was there that she met Dr. Yale Levinson, while the two of them were at Cook County Hospital. Two years later, they were married, which makes them a happy couple of 24 years. Living in Chicago. Mabel became active in the community. During the war years, she was in charge of Civilian Defense Information for North Side Chicago, taught a year at Downtown Northwestern, was a charter member of the National rVomen's Committee for Brandeis University, charter memH r Ol (he National Conference of Christians and Jews, and ^resident of Temple Sholom. among many others. Fifteen n ai ago, the Levinsons bought a house on North Shore Dr.. ailing it a Holiday House, where they spent three months winter. Eight years ago they moved here to live Yale retired, but Mabel didn't. She went back to her love, hospital work, in which previously she couldn't articipate to the degree she wanted when her husband had teen a practicing physician. Now she has a free reign. Her irsl .ion in the Women's Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai Hospital as chairman of orientation. She went right up the ladier of leadership until this weekend when, on Friday, she s being installed as Auxiliary president. She is also editor )f "Cherry Chatter" of the State Bulletin for Associations •f Florida Hospital Auxiliaries and has just completed a our of Florida in her line of duty. Mabel and Yale have traveled the whole United States. As a youngster. Mabel spent ten months in Europe, and rale spent a year there. Strangely enough, neither one :,the desire to return. They like music, attend the con:erts and have a hectic social life with their friends here. \always, there are many oiiti.ftov. ners to entertain. Yale jets all of the current literature on medicine, and he and Mabel spend much time discussing and keeping up to date newest trends and ideas in the medical field. Ii brings to her role as president of Mt. Sinai ilosnen's Auxiliary' the knowledge of a trained nurse, i capability of a trained volunteer, and the warmth and a truly dedicated person mt: i Miss Rosenkranz, Medical Student's Betrothal Told Dr and Mrs. Hyman Rosenkranz, of 4-m SW 2nd St.. announce the en ent of their daughter, Susan Ellen to Arthur Jerry Levy, son of Mr. and Mrs McKin Levy, of Silver Spring. Md. An August wedding is planned. and following a honeymoon in Jamaica, the couple will life in Silver Spring, The bride-elect, an elementary education major, graduates from the University of Miami in June. Mr. Levy is a senior at Georgetown University School of Medicine. Washington, D. C. Miss Rosenkranz' father is president of the Dade County Obiropractic Society and maintains his office on Miami Beach. Asthma Chapter Donor Luncheon Greater Miami Chapter oi I dren's Ron arch institute an pi'al at Denver held a donor eon, in conjunction w >th the in i linn of efficers on Mondnj Algiers Hotel. Officei are Mrs. Stephen I pre* dent. Mrs. Sam Dicksoi lent; Mrs. Leo Meyer c.al secretarj MISS SVSAN ROSENKRANZ Miss Brotman Plans Wedding In June, 1966 A June. 1 !>ki. weding is planned for Miss Harriet t"Tammy") Tani.tra Brotman and Warren Safter. Announcement i f the i ngagement is made by the future bride's mother. Mrs Lilyan Brotman. 921 SW tv'i Ave The prospective bridegn om is the son of Mr and Mrs Jack Safter, Bronx, N Y. Beach Home Launching Drive Jewish Convalescenl Hoi South Fli nd.i ilaunching it geneial membership drive 11 >i ars Jack Stein and >Ir>. Nathar : rmen of thf MrmrxTshi|: r.iittcc. have announo-d thai hers (f the Miami Beach inst I lion's Board of Directors are Izing t > enroll hundreds oi members and have them tat in itprograms. MISS TAMM1 BROJMAN Mrs. Gittelson Heads Gardeners Dadeland Garden Club installation luncheon was held on Friday at Kings Bay Yacht and Country Club, I Mrs. George Gittelson was installed las president by Mrs Philip James, Other officers include Mrs. Herman Feldman. Mr.-. Bernard Lit: man. vice presidents; Mrs. J. Brill, recording secretary; Mrs. Jack Salem, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Gustav Serino. treasurer. Mr.Frank W. Hewlett, immediate past president. Florida Federation of Garden Clubs, was honored guest. Co-chairmen of the day were Mrs. Philip Schiff and Mrs Marvin Zank. Beth Am Youth Pick Miss Malin As President Mi--'ijiicne Malm, daughter oi Mr and Mrs George Malm, has been electe I president of thi Youth (in up of Temple Beth Am The group ian affiliate of lh< National Federation of Temple Youth and meets every Monday evening at 7 30 in the Youth Lounge i the Temple Young Pianist Gets Scholarship Natalie Daich, young Mian ;-.. has been accepted with ar.-hip by Boston I niver.-it> -he plans to attend next \>a music degree. \ italic is al-o a member • National Honor Society. gr ih spring from Coral Gable School, and has n i< %  :. i> bei sen bj ;h • South Florida D i ation .ione ol the out ing young people in this arei .she has also In en pi CSentC this year bj the Mus (!u! and the Surfside Mus ietj she is the daughter %  %  • Mi ,i n d Mrs In lng IH k h, ol i iables Mizrachi Women Luncheon Tuesday Miami Beach Chapter of Mi/rachi Women's Organization of America will tender a luncheon in honor of life members on Tuesday noon at the Royal Hungarian Restaurant. Arrangements Committee, including Mrs. Rachel KatZ Lauler. president, Mrs. Sylvia Meyers and Mrs. Julia Turkell. has scheduled a spe cial program of Israeli entertain ment. Feature will he the presentation of an award for dedicated and devoted service to Mrs. Lcuis Lustig •fur her years of untiring effort In helping Mizrachi work through the Miami Beach Chapter." %  Cancer League Meets Friday Women's Can< I Miami Bi ach ill hold its monthly meetin on I ridaj Ri nej Plaza Hotel. M rs 1 eon Ma ei pre will conduct the |i iard i eon r for the Seventh %  neon on Dei 13 v ill be • t hairmen will M H f the circle William Adelinan. — ^ IBk % Cleaning-Laundry '. MARKS 1 OHH 7 AM. 9 P.M. 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Friday. May 14. 1965 •Utafa* Her Mian Page 9-B f Incominq officers of the Southeast Florida Reaion of Women's American ORT installed Wednesday noon at the Deauville Hotel are srcted (left to right* Mrs. Harold Schneider. Executive Committee chairman; Mrs. Lou Jacbscn, vice president; Mrs. Morris Greenreccrdinq secretary; Mrs. Alan Tannen. irer. Mrs. Florence Kupperman, president; Mrs. Philip Stark, vice president; Mrs. Richard Greenbaum. vice president. Standing (left to riqht 1 are Mrs. William Fishman, vice president; Mrs. Max Aarons, parliamentarian; Mrs. Georqe Linden, vice president. Not shewn are Mrs. Jack Fils, vice president; Mrs. Steven Hutt, financial secretary; and Mrs. Seymour Goldstein, coirespondinq secretary. Zion Women To be Installed Installation of officers for Temple iterhood will take place on IJ \i i\ 21, K :> p m. I'n it -nt for the coming year ill be Mrs Sidney Goldftaum; icorge Klein, Mrs Leonard er Mrs J, se| h R> bbins, Mrs. lu n lilr.ck, vice presidents; corn ling secretary, Mrs Hyman > i .i turer, Mrs Max Paw r; financial se retary, Mrs. ai Laiken; Mrs. Harr> Weiss, it) director. f Bonk ffeefs Rechfschoffer \t ,i meeting of the Heard of Di%  the PeopU National nk of Hay Harbor Islands. Jay %  • h.iinr was elected to the -or> Council of the hank The incement was made by Leoni i hairman oi th Lillian Goodman, a past president of Miami Beach Chapter • I Hadassah. now serving as Israel Bond ("hairman for the Southeastern Region ot Hadassah, as well as for her chapter, lias been sinxloL out to receive the Israel Bond Women's Division Chairman of the Year Award. The award will be presented to Miss Goodman for her outstanding role as chairman of lladassah's Israel Bond luncheon the past two years. In each of these years, under her chairmanship, Hadassah achieved new national records in bond sales The award will he presented to Miss Got imafl at the Hadassah-Israel seventeenth anniversary luncheon on Monday. May 24. at the Fontainebleau Hotel. and a program will complete the afternoon. Pioneer Women and it> sister organization. M 0 e t z e t Hapoalot (Working Women's Council) in Israel, are responsible for over 50 percent of all social service in Israel. e • Mrs. Fred Sandier, president of Kadimah, will meet with the executive board on Tuesday. 8 p.m.. at the home of Mrs William Sokoloff, \w 38th Ct Plans will be finalized for installation <>t new officers Ex utive B rd to be conducted by Mr Annette Blacker, chairman of the Nominating Committee KINGSLEY -•*.^Rit%. Whot are KINGSLEY gems? -. Science's latest gem discovery. • What is the color of KINGSLEY gems? I A dazzling blue white. In what way are KINGSLEY gems bet RftMJ ter? Like a diamond, it is singularly refractive because both are crystal lographically cubic. Although a dramatic substitute, it is not yellow and cloudy like so many cheap imitations. %  How heavy are KINGSLEY gems? About one-third heavier than a diamond. In whot sizes are KINGSLEY gems available? From 1 to 35 carats. How can KINGSLEY gems be used? Every piece of fine jewelry can be enhanced by" KINGSLEY gems Write for brochure. OUR PRICE $35.00 Per Carat PI„, T„. KINGSLEY Gems Are Also Available In Earrings, Pendants, Pins, Bracelets, etc. GUARANTEE Kingsley gems are guaranteed for life against loss of color or brillance KINGSLEY JEWELER 513 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach •PH. JEI THE NEWEST MOST MODERN Steel Die & Copper Plate Engraving WEDDINGS. All TYPtS S0CIAI I COMMERCIAL ENGRAVED STATIONERY PROMPT SERVICE • • • Personally Yours Engravers, Inc. 1815 PURDY AVENUE MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA PHONE JE 1-7367 ••— 1 OI It conn :TF STORY l\ COLOR! Special Offer Now! $ 49 95 • %  Beautiful Album iJine ^4rh f-'hotocjraplierd LOIW'S RIVIMA THIA.TB* CtNTRt 1546 So. DIXIE HIOMWAV, COHAl GABLES IN PADI COUNTY **> aOWAD COUNTY Phon. 661-16.5 ••• ^ 3 '>



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Page 10-B • Jenlstncrkflan Friday, May 14, i965 OS arm in dk yours, h D ADE County Optonietrlc Association held its annual installation of officers Saturday night at tluCarillon Hotel. Wife of the incoming president. Mrs. M;n> S win. chose a black decollOte sheath whieh featured a laticed back caught with a pin The outgoing president's wife, Mrs. Arthur Helfman, was in a Dtor bkie cocktail ensemble of silk with a draped cowl neckline and bracelet-length sleeves T P —tni aster for the evening \\;tDr Emanuel Pushkin, whose wife chose a black clooney lace two-piece cocktail ensemble. Her hemline followed the scalloped line of the lace The overblouse featured a bateau neckline and had an emerald green satin belt, Her th< ater c >a1 was in a matchii_ emerald green. Mrs. Robert • her:. wife i the president ol the Florida Optometric As ci a ion two-piece black • crepe which was ruffled at the hei ee le theatre .. lai |u|RS. R %  i was in a • I th.' \ blue an i green irl silk tro Kon • was Mrs Charles Ja %  ening. \ whil n w it Ji th w s it %  in '. v ith ;* triple• !i' r neckline • Kellv Gn the ( choice ol Mrs Simon Hirschberg, Her silk cocktail ensemble followed the classic lines Mrs. Steve Morris was in a white silk brocade tunic dress. Her fitted bodice was sleeveless and had a jeweled neckline. Mrs. Albert Appleblatt's black crepe had the sully nilfled feminine neckline with an Aline silhouette in the skirt. M RS. William PilitSOV WOW an range moj gashel linen with an empire waistline and A line skirt Stand-up ruffles were at the neckline and on the sleeves Mrs. Leonard (.'hcrdack's black crepe sheath was embroidered with jet bugle bends at the neckline and the arms. A white silk ensemble was chosen by Mrs. Harold Taylor Her printed bodice blended green, melon and white into a spring time floral print. A white seqnined jacket topped her sheath. AIRS. MARTIN STUNtR Her Tamid Ladies Beard Luncheon tcheoi d ca •: party in the Social Hall on Tues A bo 'lion stamps M Mort Schwarz, is Mrs. i Beth Sholom Mothers Honored Two mothers shared honors this \ear at Temple Beth Sholom for recognition of their services during the past years to the children of Beth Sholom Religious School, in preparing and arranging, for holi lays and festival observances. Mrs. Bennett Lee and Mrs Mar 'in Steiner were chosen by a panel of past Honor Mothers for recognition this year. Both Mrs Lee and Mrs Steiner were presented with large photographs of themselves and orchids at ceremonies which t> ok place at the Saturd.iv morning \l her's Day service and the Mother's Day service for the Sundaj School on sun.lay morning, Maj 9 Tiu childn i Pati i< ia at : Susan Lee, and Jeffrey, Marsha and Lyni e SI moth. rg ,|:.wn thi the t( mple to ive I ing i • -i" 1 '' i • on Maj Variety Children's Hospital names its first woman "VolunteM of Valor," Mrs. Edward W. Broidy (center), shown recewr.q a bronze plaque at the annual installation luncheon of the Variety Women's Committee. Outgoing president. Mrs. Murray Friedman (right), presents the award as Mrs. Edwcid Mlniker (left), new Women's Committee president, extends hr congratulations. Mrs. Broidy recently endowed the "Wa I Faith," a mural carving in honor of her husband. fOrOlomUSY Dinner Sunday Proceeds from the dinm r o •ward group dues to National -V I'SY ot Temple Or Olom is plan nmg its first annual spaghetti din the synagogue On Sunday at B 30 p m Lorraine Luftig is pn •.•!. of Comedy. "How to Teach Your S p Leon Pollack i. to be a Good Layman." will be per idrnt ol S formi d, : -"'" You Are Cordiclly Invited to Attend SKY LAKE CAMPS Pre-Camp Get Together at the Deauville Hotel Cavalier Room 6701 Collins Ave., Miami Beach SUNDAY, WAY 23rd, 1965 2 to 4 P.M. Afford Old and New Campers the Opportunity of Getting acquainted Friends Are Irvited. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION WRITE SKY LAKE CAMPS P.O. BOX 3355, MIAMI, FLORIDA TEL DADE 624-0692 • BROWARD 989-2137 Temple Emanii-El D\\ CAMP OUR I • June 14 to August 6 FRFE BUS SERVICE REGISTRATIONS NC ft BEING ACCEPTED Under the Personol Guidonce of OR. IRVING UHRMAN and Direction of MILTON f £ INSTHN History Instructor Miami Bench Senior Hioh School FOR BROCHURE CallJE 8-2503 Or Write 1701 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, Fla. • ATHLETICS and SWIMVING • SYNAGOGUE CENTERED • FIELD TRIPS and OUT'NGS • DRAMATICS SINGING and DANCING • WEEKLY SABBATH SIRV'CE \ Mother's Day Program Musical group, Donna and the Dees, was the highlight <>f the Mother's Day program <>n Saturday 8 30 p.m.. at the Unified Hall for the Abe Honwiti Ladies Auxili ry JW\ 882, "Ducky" Duckman rounded out the program with so lections at the piano and a corn. munity sin.' NOW ACCEPTING ENROLLMENT FOR 1965 SEASON CAMP GAN ISRAEL. Deland Heights, Fla. BtAUTIfUL IAKE RtCION Of CINTRAL flORIDA ONLY KOSHER SUMMER BOYS CAMP IN SOUTHEASTERN USA. AGES from 7 to 17 Individualized Attention by Professional Staff 8 WEEKS-S400 JUNl 21 to AUGUST 75 ON 50 ACRES ALL ACTIVITIES INCLUDING 4 WEEKS S 225 JUN[ 2) fo JULY 18 or Hilt 79 to AUGUST 15 SWIMMING • ALL WATER SPORTS • ARTS 8. CRAFTS • BASKETBALL • I SPECIAL TUTORING IN HEBREW AND BAR MITZVAH • DOCTOR and NURSE TENNIS HORSEBACK RIDING BASEBALL, ETC. FIELD TRIPS & HIKES UNDER THE EXPERIENCED LlADlRSHIf Of RABBI STANLEY B. WEISS IRVIN MONTGOMERY D'mtlor Athktic Director FOR FURTHER INFORMATION WRITE OR CALL Member of International Can 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: %  [., %  d Hot lu Our Beautifully Equipped Dmmg Hall Snacks PROGRAM ACTIVITIES: SWIMMING nstructions for beg SPORTS %  I ATHLETICS ARTS and CRAFTS vol ,1 DRAMATICS MUSIC PRIVA'E TUTORING IN HEBREW AND All ACADI I ALL ACTIVITIES UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF EXPERIENCED, WELL-TRAINED SPECIALISTS We promise eight weeks of fun and pleasure Activities galore for a child to Ireaswe FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL 532-6421



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! Mav 14. 1965 ^JenlsHftvrldUart Paqe 11-B ipecsal Tribute it Emanu-EI kid. I I T [. I I' h. En i %  Lei innniversary Ball ilmhi of Temple Emanu-EI's anniversary Hall at the i>n> on May :t" will be %  > te to Joseph M Upton, sident of the cottgrega nd Max Bodennan, incoming ic president, according to nouncement by Jack Caraer, I the ball. Tribute Committee, under Irving ('Mien, is planning a ceremony to honor the two JOSEPH UPTON JACK CAKNU MAX BODtRMAN Y' Summer Camp Appoints Director Burton Garr lias been appointed canpa far many summers His wife. ler the spiritual leadership of Irving Latmnan, Temple •xi-KI has become one of the nding Conservative i j n a in the United State, m just since its founding. Dr. an haled tincongregation .. yean Mrs. Tupler Will I Be Welcomed i Faye Tupler. president. WoLeague tor Israel. Miami Chapter, will ue vvelcuuiecl Mient trip to Israel at Thursday, May L>O. l p.m. • bekl at the Bone) I'la/1 affair ibeing boated b) ii aid members, with larr> Kapell serving aa chair In in l.< lirman will IK' guest Gd Shoo S Miller will Hid Joe I'M--, i,: ,i pi gram of -I will be d. dicated :ls in the Home n enations are Si or i nd Mi Jaeoii lirector of the summer da> camp program to be conducted by the YM -YWIIA ui GMater Miami u has been aaneuncad b) Bfraim ll Gale, executive director The "Y" iconducting one com blned da> lamp program this year I o r all of Us branches on the grOUttds ol its DOM facility, at HaOO SW 8th St Currently branch director of the Miami Beach "Y," Garr has conducted camping programs for the past several years. He has a master's degree in social group work from Boston University. Assisting him tfiis summer will be three unit supervisors, each of whom will direct the activities of a unit of seven camp groups. These unit heads will be Marvin Perkel, Sylvia Ruskin and Rita T r i 11 i ng. Perkel .v.iprogram director for thi beach Y day camp lasl sum\ • • iol ol .ii w ork ol Rutgers I'nit ei sit) has i • n m chai •• '•( youth pr "i Mrs camp Anita, will serve as drama and music specialist, Koppele is a teaeher at Ida Fisher Junior High School, and Mrs Koppele teaches at Unite! h slioiom Nursers .school. -xing Match re *o Assist K cc-biah Fund \-i i ialion has an A for the ben ih Games to be n .it Tel %  \t Vl n. pi %  %  the as %  ,': v. %  !! n All %  %  etc* Illrllts siiou will inJune 16 luate '>i New : %  ; %  i • tor far thi "i years, and is i .it the ecu Y Mi I I the I niver : ex i\ riel 11. I IHII ..such schools • Pu >cn K ll.n en and Ol) mpia Lakes 'I In • ili. ector w ill Kop %  • pa city I i IIC Stockhoders Plan May 25 Meet Greater Miami stockholders of the Israel Investors Ciap>ration vwll have a dinner meeting at 840 p.m., Tuesday. May 25. at the Bar celona Hotel. Hosting the event are Jacob Rif kln and Jack S Popick, local civic aid business leaders Pi.pick is a member of the corporation's board. Samuel Rothberg, president of Israel Investors Corporation and national campaign chairman. State of Israel Bonds, will make a special progress report. In December, 1964, tincompany paid out t,, n> stockhol lers a four in r cenl sto< k distril ution, making %  infourth such distribution, in ti II :.' i II lerly end Tir progress a %  *h of the nek ••'I li %  ni c in • phase > %  : Isra %  11 > > Teachers Day To be Observed Y -II rlamoreh." nation. I JewI eachers Day. will he celebratin tingynagogu of Greater \li.urn during the Festival of La.: B'Omer TinBureau of Jewish Education will participate in the celebration bj a special television broadcast on Sunday, in a.m. over Station WCKT, Chan 7. as part of "Ihe still small Voice" program of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association. The broadcast will fea'.ure the fust three graduates of the Hebrew Department of the Bureau's College ol Jewish Studies. The three yiadu ates. Mrs. Sam Brenner, Mr.-. Jack Diamond, and Mrs. Irving Seulel, will bo interviewed by Louis Schwartunan, executive director of the Bureau. Rabbi Solomon Schiff, of Beth El Congregation, will introduce and close the program, which will include a visual biographical sketch of Maimonides National Jewish Teachers Da) is sponsored hy the American Association for Jewish Education in an effort to clarify the role of Jewish teachers in the community, to pay tribute to the teacher's dedication and efforts, and stimulate a further recruitment of Jewish teacherfor tinAmerican commuintv Pharmacists In Convention I %  \--ll, to I I at the al Miai B i \ t the l\S Mac \ ': in.ih Villa of some s loO.OOU CAMP MENORAH 75th & Carlyle Avenue Summer Day-Camp JUNE 14 through AUGUST 6, 1965 3 year olds through 9 yeor olds from 9.00 a.m. 4:00 p.m. HOT KOSHER LUNCHES FIELD TRIPS HEBRAIC ATMOSPHERE ALL CAMP ACTIVITIES HALF DAY AND FULL DAY PROGRAM learnls AtenorsWi Scheel Office, UN 6-2 J 56 for details and brocfture. fflJIIHilMiNiiC CAMP HIGHLANDER > BOYS AND GIRLS 7 TO {4 HIGHLANDS, NORTH CAROLINA "HIGHEST GAMP EASTERN AMERICA" English I Western riding, sailing, canoeing featured. Call? Ft. Laoderdale, 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 Ft Lauderdale. 1501 N.E. 62nd St., Ft. Lauderdale, Florida Gvilaiisi ai Robin Hood tarist 1 -. iii-'n. English, Fn •. tail i.i-iit feature al the Robin Hooi Miami Mav a. often called the Cu ban Bing Crosby, was a bit this at the Diplomat's < • • Room S.T Reform Men Plan Retreat Commission on Interlaith Aetiv Hieuf Art Union ol American Hi brew Congregations, in eonjunc Lion with the Southeast Florida Fed nation ol Temple Brotherlm dwill sponsor a weekend Interfaith Retreat on May :M to 23 at Tarpon Loci ue. Marathon key Kabbi BaJfour ISriekncr. directei Of the National Commission on In tirtaith Activities, will conduct the retreat Open to brotherhood members Of the eight Reform congregations in South Florida and their invited Protestant and Catholic gUflgtS, the weekend will c o nce r n itself with such vit.il issues .<"Jewish Views of Jesus." "Kel,_i Elmer WhaJley, Ben Saks, Sid Crown, Jack Davis and Sul Simkowitz Hospitalitj comnuttce includes George Malonev. Joae Aguirre, Rudj Garber, Al lieilperu. Gay llarlovve. Finest l.ieberman. Jerry Stern. Tom Stone Jr. Dave Weiss and Robert Guy Wheeler Jr. CAMP OSCEOLA HORSESHOE, NORTH CAROUNA-ln Beautiful N.C. Mountain Area STARTS JUNE 11 to AUGUST 20 PLAN NOW FOR YOUR CHILD'S SUMMER VACATION AGES 6 thru 15 BOYS & GIRLS WELL-ROUNDED PROGRAM %U\c\ Supervision — Owned & Operated By MR. ERW:N B. MARSHALL Hrincioal For Information now, call HI 5-3585 A Unique Camp in Florida... at the beautiful Ill-acre ocean-front estate o( the Colonnades Beach Hotel. Here Boy and Girl Tccn-Agcrs arc given an ideal opportunitv through professional instruction and supervision to develop their natural aptitudes and talents Elective Courses include Golf tat the new l'(..\ National Club with 2 lS-holc courses). Tennis, Sailing. Aquatic Sports. Baseball, I ootball, Dramatics, Photography, \tts v Crafts, Body Conditii Weight Adjustment, Charm School for Girls with classes in Modeling. Beauty Culture. Social Graces, etc. Manliness School foi Boys. Special tutoring with accredited ichool courses available Facilities include 1000 ft. o\ private beach, Cabana Club with 2 pools, tennis Club. Gymnasium with ther. baths. For del -. write I Director, i p Shores, :i. CAMP S.MCHA TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN SUMMER CAMP HALF & FULL-DAY SESSIONS STARTING JUNE 14th THROUGH AUGUST 16th All Outdoor & Indoor Activities • SWIMMING • BOWLING • BATON TWIRLING • ARTS A CRAFTS, ETC. Phone Wl 7-1435 4 to 13 Yean — Transportation f J ( Under the direction of Martin f Knobrl. member of faculty at I I Norland Junior High School Select Staff of teachers, coun-i • selors and specialty instructors ;



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Page 12-B knlslh fJcrldlar Friday. May 14, 1965 Confirmation Class of Temple Menorah will be honored at late Friday eveninq services this weekend. Parents of the class will act as hosts and hostesses at the Oneq Shabbat followinq the services. Shown is Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spiritual leader of the Temple, teachinq the followinq confirmation students: Lyn Bornstein. Debbie Davis, Helen Dvoritz, Larry Feldman, Sivia Goldberq, Nancy Gorodetsky, Susan Hall, Zvie Honor, Arlene Kaplan, Steve Krinqold, Marjorie Lindenbaum, Penny Miller, Wendy Mishkin. Sary Pozo, Susan Riesenberg, Nancy Rubel, Ellen Rappaport, Jan Saulson, Marlene Segal, Linda Sinqer. David Strickler, Marc Sussman, Maria Taub and Michael Watstein. Beach Candidates Running Incumbents ami challengers wore busy this week campaigning for seats on the Miami Beach City Council in the city's upcoming election, as well as for the post of Mayor. Hyman Galbut Radio Station WIN'Z. will deal with Councilman Hyman Galbut con issues in the June 1 Miami Beach tinned his campaign for reelec mayorality election, ttw with the theme of "continued progress with prosperity." Sneaking before trurnouts at coffees, breakfasts, and rallies. Councilman Galbut pointed "to the last two years while on the City Elliott Roosevelt Elliott Roosevelt, in announcing his platform in his bid for election as mayor of Miami Beach, has stressed "restoring dignity and Council and the record season and harmony to council meetings." unprecedented prosperity. Roosevelt said his platform "re"As a councilman I worked to fleets my concern over the uncerbring Jackie Gleason to Miami tain future of the resort C im Beach, and you all know what he munlty and that council meeting has done for our city. Miami harmony is necessary so that Beach has become a household word for all over the country thanks to his Saturday night telecasts." Galbut said. I'm now involved with working to establish Miami Beach as a %  mo\ ie-making and tele* is r This w ill in e a n more meaningful and far-reaching policies can be formulated for Miami Beach's growth." The son of the late President Franklin I) Roosevelt, say his rters, "in offering a distinguished fa mil} heritage of public sen i< <• to the newly created of lice Ol elected mayor, would en prosperity, thanks to the many nd technicians who will hance thi police force to cope with ie here, work here, live here increased crii e tablish a and even more important spread ior Citizens' Advisor) Commil Mian i Beach around the countrj and seek reduction in Miami and around the world" Galbut ued. And l in -nil working." Galbul said, "in In hall of all the peoBeach bus fares "Roosevelt would move to itc a new, brighter image ol Miami Beach world-wide; Initiate pie. I've gone out personally to inprograms to attract year-round re spec! sites for a Senior Citizen sidents; enc -age establishment Center in the North Shore Section f light, clean industry; and of Miami Beach, I've appeared bespearhead an accelerated effort to fore the County Commission in an bring the 1068 Democratic and effort to expand the services of Republican conventions to Miami the Medical Center on 6th St., and Beach." I've had correspondence with A Miami Beach businessman Senators Holland and Smathers and resident for the past two and a and Congressmen FasceU and Pephalf years. Roosevelt was elected per on this same matter." Galbut National Democratic Committee added. iinan from Florida in the last elections. He was a combat flier in World War II and rose to the rank Councilman Galbut has been a Miami Beach resident since the early 1930s, and now lives on Royal Palm Ave with his wife and four sons. Hisonattend the Mesivta High School and the Heb rew Academy Galbut i.s a graduof brigadier general after 89 com bat missions, receiving 27 combat decorations from the V.S., England and France. Roosevelt is married to the nic's services could be expanded to take care of many of the problems that only consume a physician's time as well as that of an elderly person to whom travel to another section of the city is a hardship." he added Malek said he uill "also push for an updated schedule ol occu pational license fees in Miami Beach, an aggressive and hard hitting tourist commission to lure added business here, and a review of tax assessments to correct in equities on the existing Miami Beach tax rolls "License fees paid by businesses operating in Miami Beach are a hodge-podge and must be put in some kind "I consistent schedule," Malek said "A similar situation existin our real estate tax ass iii nts There are man} inequities in the property valuations, and they must be corrected, Those who are paying on a low valuation must be brought into line with other taxpayers so that they will pay their fair share of the cost of government." Malek is a 38-year old attorney who ialso known as ., singer at reli ious s n ii es and as con cert soloist Amoi more I an 20 1 PC.C! or) II ization • wi'h which h is affiliated are the Miami Beach and flatikvah Lodges ol B B'rith, the Jewish Convalescent Home of Smith lion'a Men's Club. George Gershwin Lodge, Knights of Pythias, and the Zionist Organization of America • • Aaron Farr Dade Federation of Labor, Miami Beach Local 2")"). an nounced Wednesday its endorsement of Aaron Farr. candidate in Group 2 for the Miami Beach City Council. Farr, firs! vice pi ol the Beach < han I I and hi ad .. Beach ei at 1616 V ashPaul Seiderman ai-n for .Miami Beach City Council. Group l hi i The rallies a re T IJ IS2ist street Communitj l Wednesday, May 19, Pier Park; Wed lies,lay. Mas 26, North Sh ire Community Center, and Sunday. Ma> 30, Pier Park. Seiderman has his main head quarters at 901 Arthur Godfrey Rd.. with branches at 845 Wash ingtOR Ave. and 71(V71st St Among Beach residents joining the Seiderman camp are Paul M Marko. Jr.. Joseph M Rose. James M. Albert. Arnold Lev} Joseph Hoffman. Sue Berkowitz, Simon E. Rubin. Mac Goldberg D. A. Rubin. J. Kat/man, Ellison R. Kosolf. Stanley H. Arkin, Max Boderman, Donald A. Kaplan Norman 1. Macht: Kurt Wallach. Robert Shnayer son. David B. Fleeman, Adrian Thai. I .lull's Arkin. City Commis -ioner Robert L, Turchm. Bernard A Kornblum, C. L. Clemente, Jr., Harold J Segal. David G Bern. John Owen. Harold M GeiTlsh, Robert Blum, Ann Koren. Mrs Lee Richman, Mrs. Robert Shnaj erson, Mrs John Owen. Audrev Porte. Sylvia I) Kaplan. Ruth Kupper, Isabel Boderman Mrs. M Prager, Ida Birnbaum, Jane Sil vers, Paul Ronfeld. Trudy Turk. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Huber, Miriam Huberman. Lily an Free I man. I.ilham Lechntner, Fran, is Morns: Elsie Gorenstein, Virginia Gerd Rita Hankoff, Marilyn Gold scr. Nan Cohen. Mrs J Friedman Marian Nesbitt, Edith J Freed man Rozaime Kornblum. Rcverh ider and Marilyn Cromer Milton Sirkin Milton Sirkin Miami Beach businessman, who is Cit> i ouncil, Croup < >ne, has tl headquarters tor his race The mam office is al 3913 Alton Rd The otheran al %  .ash • n Ave and 713-71st SI schedule I hey arc fhui sd i> 13 P -r Park; Saturtla; .' rk; and Tuesdaj Ma} 25 "isi street Communit) I ing Sirkin s Max Orovitz, Baron de Hirsch Me} er <' I. Clements, Sr Gus Geiger, Max Boderman. David B Fleeman, Charles Ronfeld, C I. Clements, Jr., John Owen, Kurt Wallach. Mrs. Louis Glasser, K na .1 Stein Mrs John Owen, l. Jules Arkin, Ree Vivian, Mrs Trudy Hamerschlag, Mrs Nathan Slewed. Mrs. I) Donald Smith. Wynne Valentine, Gladys Israel Mrs. James M Albert, Carole Wiesen Mrs Ben Zion Ginsburg, Mis Jacob Katzman, Lill B i ti %  Shap ro; Pauline Mildner, N %  witz, Malta.' Elene G • tram J. 1 pe. Doris • i Messin; H S : Wii I chin, Mrs Ed Sirkin, Rai Brody. Stanl j n A 'k n, '. Thai. Irving Frankel il, Norman I M. A Kaplan. Harold J Segal, P Hunt. Id, I ail Susskind, Paul M Marko Jr., Joseph M. Rose. James M Albert. Arnold Levy. Joseph Hoffman, Ellison Kosoff, Sue BerkOWiU, Simon K Rubin. Mac Goldberg. D A. Rubin. J Katzman, Sam Wiesen. Mildred R Freeman. Beryl Schdnfeld. Mrs. Henry B. wernick and Mr and Mrs Victor Huber VICTOR MITM Reiter Heads Temple Judea Joseph Krefetz, presidi i I < %  m p I e Judea, thiweek i unced the appointment of Vi I Reiter as chairman ol I • 'l e Judea Development C immittee a new bui a B yard south of Dixie Highwaj Re ter is president ol the I Ie Co fun actun %  |e i,i past presi I %  • il ol Te Judea and a director ol Cedai .uon Hospital. National lren"s Cardiac Hospital, I Miami Manufacturers Associat and Florida Land Developi Co Reiter :a native of Pitt a graduate ol the School of I ness Administration of the versity ol Pittsburgh and U> post graduate work at Penn St., He is a member of Sigma K\ Mu and a Shriner. Reiter has been married for years, He and his wife, Ann. residents of Coral Gables and ha three children. Sheila, now Ml Bernard Helman, James and lr ate of the University of Miami former Patricia Peabody and has Law School and maintains offices eight children and nine grandat 240 5th St He is a director of Beth Israel Synagogue and a member of Beth children. He's an F.Ik, member of Knights of Pythias Moose. United Na Jacob Synagogue. He is secretary tions Association. Miami Beach of the Hebrew Academy and a Chamber of Commerce, Veterans of member of the Board of Directors Foreign Wars. American Legion, of Mesivta (ialbut is a board member of gue. and the Greater Miami Cemetery As Club. BOCiation and a member of the Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loan iation He is also a board member of Chesed Shel Ernes. Am vets, Eagles Mason, civic Lea Biscayne Democratic Melvin Richard A resolution endorsing the re •lection of Mayor Melvin J Richard of Miami Beach was adopted Joseph Malek "Improved service to senior citizens at the medical clinic on Soul 1 : Beach will he a prime objective of Miami Beach City Count il did ate Jo • Malek." 'us supporters declared Wednesday Malek said that "the clinic at by the South shore Citizens Club present is not -. %  nn to meet the this week primary needs of elderly residents In a motion made by Louis Shaf,,< 1|U area and the need for more km. life president oi the club, and services is urgent, seconded bj Max D. Goldhagen, Tinclinic should be able to first vice president, the South provide our senior citizens with Shore group unanimously voted to many of the answers to then approve the endorsement health problems without the need Mayor Richard will present "The for time-consuming, expensive and Richard St: ry" on the three h ur unnecessary visits to their perAlan Courtney Radio Show this sonaiphysicians." Friday, .starting at 10 p.m. "Nothing can take the place of The program, presented over a regular physician, but the cliIsrcteli Music* Niqht was attended last week at a Bayfront Bandshell conceit, with local diqnitaries on hand. From left are Miami City Commissioner Sidney M. Aronovitz, Miami Vice Mayor Alice Wainwright. Circuit Judqe Heniy Bulaban. Morris Epstein, whose idea was responsible for the special proqra: Metro Mayor Chuck Hall. Epstein was the Key to the City of Miami in a brief preconcert ceremony.



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^y. May 14. 1965 +Jtm>lst> fit r flirt n Paqe 13-B J$ar o the site he HaiMitivah <>f Alex, son of .. \liv /, l:k Gimelstein. on unlay, May 15. andpareoU of the celebrant ife \lr and MiMorns Gimelsteiii :, n v Mrs Regina Fogel. \ .. nth rader at Ida M. Fishmor High, Ale* has won tru(or assembling miniature ear^ ior painting. Other in incl i le stamp and coin col. Robert Klein -,'ii oerborne School. He will Inhonored ai the Shok Seudos foHowinf ser \m and at a reception on Sun tin Royal Hungarian Jeffrej is the grands n of Mr. Mrs, Charles Peretzman and Mr and Mrs Eugene Klein. Steven Goldstein Steven, -on < Mr ,,nd Mr\r\ NK 10th Ct ,;i ol >rve 'us Bar Mit/\ ah at Bi h Torah Congregation on Sat urday, Maj 15. Steven has atti nded Beth Torah and the fust graduates of the College of Jewish Studies at community graduation exercises on Thursday. May 20. The exercises, sponsored annually bj the Bureau of Jewish Education, will 1Mheld at Spector Bilsker. Judith Ann, College graduates include Mrs. Jack Diamond and .Mrs. Irving Seidel, teachers at Beth Torah COfl uregation. and Mrs. Sam Brenner, teacher at Temple Kmanu-KI. Mitchell Paulson Bar Mitzvah of Mitchell, son of Mrs Cerelle Paulson, 1640 NK lsoth St.. will be observed during serRobert Chaves at Temple Emanu-El on Maj 15. "ill include the •. 'of R< 1 < it. -..n of M: i i ":. i 'haves • atti nds seventh grade a( J : Hi g h. He pla\s and live in -i*>rts. Mrs Helen Hartzband, Robert's indmotiier, will attend the Bar ah brant will be honored at at his home after the • • Lon Bradleigh 0i turday, May 15. ln. son aid Mrs. Alan Bradleigh, h Ave will be Bar MitZV'oung Israel of Greater MiMay 15. at Both David Synagogue. Ned Marc, son of Mr an Junior High His hobby is I) wling. TV celebrant will be honored at the Kiddush and at a reception and dinner m the evening at VYaldman Hotel. educational directors and chairmen oi graduating schools A musical interlude will be sung by Marjoric B own, choir director of Temple Zion. It. Fekhnan, Henry Issenberg, Ruth Liebeskind, David Metlika, Eli M l/ra'ii. Nechama Pearlson, Heidi Penchansky, Joel Penick, Brent Pliskin, A d r i a n I'ollack, Leon Pollack, Lee Rosenhouse, Francine Smith. Ellen Schachter, \nii s.herr. Selma Schickman, Sharon Shavin, Lawrence Sicgel, Guj Spiegelman, Ann Steinberg, Daniel Weiss, and Jacqueline YVohlfarth. Graduateof -i\ year! : Hebrew study in junior high departments Oi seven Jewish schools include: Beth David Congregation: Diana Alterman, Elyse Berkowitz, Cyn thia Blitt, Michael Friedman, Laurel Garron, Ruth Goldcnberg, Kenuith Hilton. Bruce Jamison. F.nc Kaplan. Jacki Kellner. Susan Kurtz. Sonia Miller. Cheryl Ram, Rita Ho -.nek. Chares Siiverman. David Stone, Cheryl Tvtcll. Richard Waas, Rosemary Kalk. Marsha DELUXE GIFT Ic'sal for Every Home! At Ned Shandloff services Saturday morning. Joseph Cohen, president of the Bureau, will extend community greetings. Louis Schwartzman, chairman of the evening and BuOoulton, Carol Minor. Wendy Nedrcau executive director, will dis bor, Karen Rodman. Michael Ru tribute the annual scholar.'up bin, Alan Schwartz, Ira Silver. Aliwards Rabbi Jonah Caplan, new len .smith, and Steven Zuckerman; Ij elected presidenl of the Create: Beth Torah Congregation: Emily Miami Rabbinical Association, wi,I Hess. Starley Mishaan, Patricia Ned is a seventh grade student present the Association's annual Karp. Randy Phillips, Samuel Snyder. Anna Kay Sturman, Robert be Bar Mitzvah. V'igman, Wolk; Janice Winer, Stephen Congregation will hold its: 39th niiimatii ti ...1 present a cantata, "The .. Imcnts." cc : hy Cantor :baum, and intoi W. Lipeon. Proqrcm will be directed Rabin. Mrs. Albert I. Beer Ncra Pi %  r of :n di: row are D I, son of foseph son Bred, EX .:x, son o and Mis. Cantor Lip David N., son o: Mr. a ;; Knesseth Israel Congregation: Lidia Epelbaum; Temple Beth Sholom: Jill Bloom, Yuki Drucker, Rose Harris. Brian Kushm.in. Robert Lederman. Ann Shapiro, Doris Silver. Violet Ventura ; Temple Emanu-El: Teresa Lynn Bachus, Alex Gimelstein, Marti \nn Harris, Aviel Malki. Mind} Mitnick, h Samuel Mizr ihi B< rnard \ isbaum, Norm: n Lee Plotkin, i< n,, Weitz; Young Israel Congregation: Bar\ n is ternn of th< I In %  1 < %  I 11111:. .1 • rait. D enci V. Of tlialip. mic ci .in ; %  1 lien he liviti< on the oi the Negev, After s ccess in this pioneering eft rt. he became associated with the min. of F01 eign Affairs and was an p tinted consul general. Yallon's Visit at this time will be 111 celebration of Israel's 17th anniversar\ KUltd *V f. WOIXMAN T1AMIS A GRAPHIC PRESENTATION OF THE: 39 BOOKS OF THE BIBLE 4} KINGS e 48 PROPHETS • IS JUDGES Gno'ogicol e Chronological SyncKronicol Chans • Plater*! & Tata Acclaimed by oil Robbil & Scholors for cosy looming ol Jewish History. Fascinatingly presented. 'Visuol'. SPECIAL DISCOUNT of 20?; To our subscriber* & readers. NOW only SI2.00 • Re, S.5.00 Snd cSoch or Morr. Ordor lo BIBLICAL BOOK CO. 40 EXCHANGE PLACE NEW YORK NY 10005 Dept. JF 1 ELECT JOE MALEK TO CITY COUNCIL First row vlett to right) (ire Udith Sherry, dauqhter oi Mr. and Mrs. WalMark Leonard, son oi Mr. and Mrs. Iivinq Mar Folk; Linda Rose, dauqhter of Mr. and Mrs. bey; Alan Joseph, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tames v Kaplan; Janet Sue. dauqhter of Dr. Hilton; Bernard A., son oi Mr. and Mis. Henry and Mrs. Jack Seitlin; Helene I., dauqhter of Sork; Gil Alan Epstein, son of Mrs. Doree laMr. ond Mrs. Joseph Chakoti; Interim Rabbi cobson. Fourth row are Judah. son of Mr. and Eiezer A. Levi; Rabbi Sol Landau; Barbara Mrs. Bernard Seqal; Saul, son of Mr. and Mrs. lean, dauqhter of Mr and Mrs. Joseph Levine; Leon Rosoff; Joseph Slater, son of Mr. and Mrs. Judith Helene, dauqhter of Judqe and Mrs. Meyer Forer; Ira Greq, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Friedman; Barbara, dauqhter of Mr. Philip Warshaw; Alan Steven, sen of Mr. and and Mrs. Harold Berke; Joan Ava, dauqhter Mrs. Seymour Kaplan; Joel Mark, son of Mr. f Mr and Mrs. Marvin Zuckerman. Second and Mrs. Nathan Davidow; Tod N., son of Mr ro are Josh Rephun, coniirmation class and Mrs. Sidney Aronovitz; Fred W., son of teacher: Marilyn Bertha, dauqhter of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Berkowitz. Rabbi Landau, xy i opnono phiyvv practice still a Mrs. Sol Baumwald; Sharon Marsha, dauqhwho takes up the pulpit here June 1. will fly membor of the union and active 'ter ol Mr. and Mrs Norman ReinhardRebecto Miami for this occasion especially to bless |oc*Hy, Hmber was once written up £a Susan, dauqhter oi Mr. and Mrs. Herbert each coniirmand personally. in the Ludw* Hoodwm; Shelley Beth, dauqhter of Mr. and Drummer of Forte Towers Residents at Kerte Towers pass ing bjf the door Of S. llaher step to listen to this treat drummer and "Drummer's Drummer." — S.T. "I propoe that the TAX Assessor's Ottice should drligently search to correct the present inequities existing on our tax rolls." LEVER 1-B i'.l Pol Adv.



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Page 14-B +Jeif the I tptimist Cluh (i Southwest Miami, former lieutenant governor . Exactl; attend Ri [or 13 yi ars, from kinder; arten throuf h %  t one al Temple ael. The) are Vrnold Adler. Judith i David G nt MM Vnit i • 111 Barney Willens and Ju lith Zeientz. The three senior high grades beyond Confirmation at Temple Israel are text-based, formal classes, and are an integral part of the Reform synagogue's youth education program which extends through the college years. These latter years include scholarship awards, which provide for additional studies in summer camps and in schools through foundations established in memory of Irving Fei'ihcrg and l>y Mr and Mrs Eugene G r ee nfie ld. Friday n i g h t will also witness Temple Israel's annual Haccalaii re a to service honoring 58 young men and women graduating ft senior high schools in ever) tion id Dade i ount) Dr Joseph R Narot will ofi tat "Is the Jew Vanishing?" will be the topic of a dialogue ta lowing Friday evening services at Temple Ner Tamid. r members of the confirmation class will discuss the BU with Rabbi Eugene Laboviti, spiritual leader of the Tew Left to right are Teddy Borkan, Gerrylin Gross. Judy Pri< son, Rabbi Labovitz and Jerry Chasen. Burdine's Chief 'Pins 1 Employees A total of 3il employees of Hurdines, with five to 40 years of ter Singer Will Entertain Here Ann K..\ i m. rt lined ,.i the an nual affair ol the Gee (nvin Lodge of the Kights .if Pytl on Satorda) nigl i at Hotel. K.--V will also i>e featured at the Installation of Chai Chanter I'.'nai B'nth Women at the l>".niviiie Hotel ( m Tuesday, H \ Miss Ka) s repertoire includes opera. Yiddish and English BOD Last year, she performed at the Fine Arts Theatre, as well as at Waldman's. Whitehouse, .National and St. Moritz Hotels. %  t -M r Lm W ^^^ M*tD DAHItlS vice wj'h the store, wen hi and •pinned" with sili sunburst pint last weeknd at ft Ofll \iidit.miini at thi annual Senioritj Club dil \ • ol 149 '•babies" ente up • : I | ill>. %  i thi >-ye ars "t st %  t plus a diamond si I \ ft '•.! ii Danii la | Byrdii Daniels also pinned up ior c!<: ni sen ice %  Pin l'|iin I!a. I 1 Hi rj ;i' Hie thi n tertainment schedule. store's 39tti annual 9eniorit) dinner dance. \ Broadv aj I IH' music al i complete with -kits dances, was presented during the evening



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I May 14, 1965 +Jenlsli ncricJ/an Paqe 15-B >. Fire Damages Beth Moshe Hall swept through a North ague has lefl dei .. estimated at some $20,i • liscovered last Wednesrogation Beth Mo-he. A Dixie Hwy. The blaze. i gome time between l> m began in the reieni room off stage of the n"s social hall, known Hall -ne fire just about completely ,. i; ed the auditorium," accord, nf o Rabbi Richard Marcoviti, ^ %  -ual leader. ,\ %  ; %  : ul t'ublaze u.iby a iai Classes "ere III session but no one was hurt Michaels is president of i ongrogation I Ml Camelot Hall Reaching Toward Full Occupancy General Builders, deveJ .. lol II..II rental ..p.u I i .in in Bel Harbour, ei e i" lisbing up the si n as occupancy percent mark nlj durin | the pasl hen final ml inish v il Hall %  '' per%  befo paint bucki Is \ eel 'i Ihi i( i li e propcrtj. i: ••: i '( IIII Vve tO is the i I more aparl tents were had i Use then offering .' .i. just one -. • tl at happens onci %  enl Bea I I o\< though, oi on it., ground' rj beginning, mostly d oi mouth promotion •:..'I.I> b) |' Opifl who i if the man) fine pi op t\ e •<> < loped in the iliami area, we have had • msj reJerrals lure, by where else ediate popularitj ol -w named from a com [actors, lite spokesman i .iiion in the ex l. u hour ai ea, the fine !i -;M iousi i M ol the nil a rental scheduli b> Bal Harbour stanthe lux ii'> side, dl %  i ) ; .1 tlj decoi • i pel sonal en i de luxe laundry, %  • %  rvice facilities Door around the clock and a i <• included, and available icilities include a large, eated sw inunincj pool. nd shaded lounging pU) area" with Sttul 11Extending from 1 to the ocean, the Pwpertj i a its own private beach II 101M Collins Ave • i Baker's Handover, set 1 rental schedule BOO for one bedroom 1 two-bedroom apartling all facilities and Sigma Rho Dance p or School Fund Fraternity-, sponsori 1 ranada C< nter, Dance on Maj Pi re channeled to the I Schuster Fund for il students attending ^niversaj of Miami. Merle Michaels, president, and Rabbi Richard Maicovitz. spiritual leader ol Congregation Beth Moshe. examine fire daniuqe done to Popiel Hail. Mesivta Student Elected President David 1 Ihi Vl< School mi, has %  il th< %  in Ri ; I> 1 n ot the i Council ol .. %  Youth 'l h %  1 oufl : a member ship Ol 25 00 zation of the I 1 vAViO GuioUT ion ol Orthodox 11s ol une lea David, son of Councilman and Mrs. Hyman Galbut of Miami Beach, has in the last few years occupied positions of importance both in his school and other organizations. After graduating as president of the student body of the Hebrew Academy, he continued his studies at the Mesivta Senior High School, the only boys' Yeshiva High School south of Baltimore. 11 t\ id will head a delegation ol lie : PS to the national Kl month l >.,\ i 1 has an ther brother, Rob1 .1 senior ..1 the M< -i\ ta broth T. AI Vcadi His r issel, 1,1 student %  Stem to Urge Motions to Sell Through Miami SI R Stern \ -o, iati In i A St., Miami and Mrs Stei n sei retarj In asurer of the i urnpan). left for ten countries in Europe and the Middle Easl to arrange itii manufacturers in those countries to sell to the United statethrough the port Of Miami Sterna background, from 1929 through 1957, has been as national sales director of three major corporations lie has an acquaintanceship with the important buyers ol department stores, supermarket-. drag wholesale houses and chains and other major retail aas abltsh tnents on a national basis His compan) is t h e exclusive member of the Associated Brokers oi Unerica In the Southeast Florida ares There are 16 members of the association throughout the United States Mr and MrStein are visiting and talking with manul i< turei in n, Italy. 1st 1 i-ke> Hi. I-' 1 a n ce, G nark ani S H : d will n turn to Mi n (une 21 The have been unite,: e: nineiit"1 the ten COUnl visited. Beth Am Again Elects Cherkas Byron S Cherkas has been re elected to a second term as prfti den; of Temple Beth Am. Officers serein.; uith him will be Man Kessler, executive vice present. Marshall r'cuer. Barton I dell, and George Malin, vice prescient-. Donald ("arlin. treasurer; Ellis Tarsches, financial secretary; Mrs Bernard Goodman, recording secret a rj • and Mrs Ernesl Heyde manii. corresponding secretary. Members of the board include Jerome Anapol, Dr. Irwin Berman. l)r Maxwell Dauer. Murray Dubbin. Stanley Gilbert, Carl Harold Leonard liayet. Leonard Kaplan. Irving Lax. Dr. Martin Leibling. Dr. Seymour Leopold, Arthur Lyons, Evan Ulster. Max Raskin. Joseph Raismen, Edward Soharps, Maishall Sim minis. Marvin Stein. Jack U e.skla.-.and Stanle\ Zes kind. I'n -uieiit oi Sisterhood, Mrs Richard Aaper, and president of Brotherhood, Ben B. Ckan, will sen e .1membei ol the board. LEVIN LEGAL NOTICE KI'TI M ui I;. .11 flii I %  i I | v %  %  t Hiul I.. \ n M i i • :-iitn t:!i IMayhftUxt where >h. itimmK nl Iii i • %  %  ind tm ideal %  il i.. nd nri i :..i I I li. \\ %  %  : .\ II, Ml" I %  %  %  i i %  %  nerviffiiiei i IUKIV nil) I h<> follDtl Win \t\ ii.r lmi li. t. I'M via rtl II •'..]-. %  > -I \i • r\ %  • u i 11 .it Klv**i Mill. M< li -ii il < 'liaiM M i! • whli lui lal ui Ml N ... • • TENDRICH .ii.i 'PREY mi.i.. 7, mm % % %  VI .IM,I Mral UU T. IHII I II, T in l_ik. I 'i So M laini, dli a .M.,\ '' A niltlVl Ml.iinlali ti. I. ,1 II) • >v.. Ill ..111. i -. \i : lli II .ma • in u • %  i •. r i .iiniin. I'M' %  li.i 1 --: i : t r, I,, i air* I Ii > -i. T.-n-hi. II ni.d.rlii.l t: r., 1 x. 11 %  i %  M mill \li v.,' i.i l'.. i / ihriH um i-a, i ,: : • .-. %  mill M.i \ r. i >ii i. h. i w .. .. .ma Mi w t \i .it c \ i .1. \i, i 'llil|H i li.Ul! :. ll'l H : :. llUI I.i! M • • BrtfON CMRKAS OANOES. Mi %  SU .%  KORSHAK. Ma M %  '. %  • a i COLDS • R %  %  il I 1 LOF. C! SILL: R %  FEIRSTEIN WASSERMAN • HLM NOT ICI I -DER F CTITIOUS. NAME LAW \i i %  i: i> II K RKm • ;i\ KN 1 ml. i ihi l .•, > %  I-I.I; \\i e~ I I • III, .... I I %  Idu I\ I I. I'AI.Vu Kl .I/.AIH-" i '' I i iolilnian, IwldMti In A I : V\ Klajtli -' I IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DAHF rniTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66999 B IN UK KHtnti KITH II LKVIN i I T,, VII i ri dito • uml All IVrn H*v,,,,.. ,.i|.. \ i .-,,i i --.i'. \ .,,. .. i. ,..••. .1 und r. %  % %  ui .in de M llll II il„ .-•..-. ol RL'TH H I.KVIN U^!, .a I -.ul. r'lul ia.i. i*itunl> i •' • i v. .,na fill Stftlm .... UI.-S. ill thell fcr ll, wil %  I .. %  ..!,M III > llttl .1.1, '.' I i\V A Kl i II II''. \ .' I \ %  %  ) U R T i \ A so FOR DADE C FLOR.DA iN PRO. %  ; c roi %  i %  i \ ,i si Ner Tamid Men Elect Officers New preside nl of Temple Ner Tamid Men's ( kib, elected al ., i eting last week, is Dr. Michael liorwiti Officers and trustees who "ill -er\ e ith Dr Hot i Josi ph s ilv erman, e> \ ice pn si \ ...ii P il il I '. .um. I', rnard VI La k, Dan Pivi r. Il> Posi Raskin, D Dale Re Vlberl \ Rosenberg, !. -nfi Id, Murray \ Sha. Harrj Sherman, Louis Vornchuck, Wil ham Weissman LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION l\ THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COLNTN l\ CHANCERY. No O^C 5131 I:N T FOR DIVORCE %  %  IN THE COl NTV JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COLNTY. FLORIDA ,N PROC No. 66713 A XI! M VV T I %  MAK T • NOTICE TO CREDITORS \ | \ %  %  \ I %  %  IN %  I'M :K\ I C I R I CORPORATE OISSOLL IN THE NAME AND B> THE Al THORl TN OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA Ti i > 11: — t' %  i .-, \ S SHAM. CoMI liltl IN" \\ i %  • .,\l \i;\ \l I KIMtKKi Ml \ Mi I'l.' >i:il • \ s\ M SKI i I.IN i I (III HA \NN s\l ,N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT Ml VMI, KI.OIUHA ilhl nil tlu ^t 1> dli> IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. ,.| J \ |i T'lv ...i-, In hi FLORIDA IN PROBATE m. .i .... %  .. I. ,1 ululll Ihi No. 67001-A IN RI" i:-'.ii, "i K\'A HltA.VT 1. i:\ \ UK VNI' sKHiKL, l -. il NOTICE TO CREDITORS IV A %  • !" %  • %  1'i't AH .i >.\ IN.M \l: K I: i> N.I ; N, i |M.I uilnn, wul, n |.i HI. lui-in. .,. MIAMI. |i.\I>K i'"i STY. II k'er* of r n did ..li III, L'llll llll | .. :.. \ IIIU i II lirii IIMIM \>;.IIII-I s.ii.l i -. %  in lie ill.,1 In Ihi ,.i tin %  %  • r; i an ii.i.i.v e.'iin.a and re% %  < i ; %  %  %  i.. ., •• of An I> and a. menl • ImnRiiiR tin i nrpuruli ,,,.,,,,1. v i >. i ma] IISI STKVKNS MARKKTS, INf name the I :\ \ BRANT, ., i> .i th da> of Mii> KVA BKAN1 SKICK1. d In S.I..S INI i i, to the < 'nun an %  did "" 11 I nil dav nl v. and file nl Maj. A.l> %  i %  ri.. 1.1.. 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American Jewish Congress Leaders Meet dfewish Floridiiain f"^ !" 1 '""*^.?! The South Fl ida C lincil and :sh Affei-s, reported on re! of Uie Women's cent Hltatre party which featured '.• :a, Friday. .V Section C Israel's first full-length film, "They V.'e.e Ten." 7 jewUii Conel in the Cfices of the II i Congress last I S %  e < La ; e i ilso a r eporl • on, r c p i) r t <• d mi the n centleral Vid t" E lui ition i. : tii' ; otin Ri ^ bi MJX Llpschiti, chairman :i fh^ Corr..Tiision on Jew%  cm '. md employees, the first com%  vide bus ncss to participate 100 ner%  city-wide Combined Jewish ApDeal to dote iois-d S3,700, far surpassniployees' qoal of SI,000 stt al the el the ccimpaian. L<-ft tc riaht are I itlve Director of Combined Jewish Appeal Ul S. Rosichan shewn v.ith Gulf American pm^'oyees who headed divisions in the drive: Al Masterson. Abraham Friedwald. Ch-.irman iwat Pollack, Morns Ban:, Marv Saqer and LesU End •'. \ I o. bin Sinai Hospital Founders Club chairman, Baron de h Meyer, is honored on his birthday, alonq with founder :. Paul Gordon. Both received traditional paperweiqhts d for members of the Founders Club, desiqnalinq the Presentinq the qifts was Paul Faske, Founders Club ly chairman, with Meyer (center) and Gordon (riqht). Workmen's Circle Officers Elected Meeting <-f the N o r t h Dadoard W rkmen's Circle Branch 1064 u as held Sunday, l p.m in au litoriirTi ol Washington Fed19 NE 167th St. N iw I \ electi I officers in stalli are Sam Rub< r,-\i in. re' %  •ct. i financial set ret; rj ; Rub n hyat, n coi retarj Mrs tenjamin Pearl, i rresp Hiding set • ry; ll;. man Gelii ky, treasur i; Mrs Samuel Seidman, Mrs, Aila Glikson, hospitalers for North '. de; Mrs Fay Dinin, hospitaler in Br ward C • intj Mi Si Ini > Feldman, member .1:1:1 II 1.: ,:i). .'. Iliam I ''•' in and R .-el.1 1! will represei I he b Greater Miami men s C 11 le 1 1 -:..r itti e. I' iv finthe social 1 in handled >\ Mesd S Seid nan, Ada iliksman, s Rubenstein and ll I ky '.1 %  bran: h i ll be represented on IT,' Woikmi n'a Circle Cemetery De1, rti.ni.i |>\ Hyman Gilinsky, Abra1:1111 Rozental and B. Keller Members are provided with life nsurance, disabili y benefits and other fraternal benefits. Sholem Ledge Mans Prc-g/am Fjr the Summer %  % %  ; • I i r u e r e I lized I > the %  ., 1 1 : %  Directors ol Sh : o Ig 1 B 1 ii l' rith, at a meeting %  <,• 1 ''N. ac<' 1 ding to Mi 1 II program chairman on 'i lesd i\ evening, new members i the lodge were •. Bui nel Roth, a past president, 11 d former 1 it e maj 1 r 1' Miami ;. i ih. Chairman was Mill ii.hii. sholem Lsdge president. The evening of June 8 will feature a report on the triennial convention cf the Supreme Lodge of B'nai B'rith in Israel by E. Albert Palct, vice president for the Supreme Lodge, represtnting District Grand Lodge S, D'nai B'rith. Pallot is a'so a past president of Sholem Lodge and a past president of District S. nal president of _. -. Hi ..•..;. ii. el. I • e .-' uth Fli 1 la n 1. lenl '.. %  11 1. pre .ulents. Jack D l: J( :: h E. Ci ri K %  1 ion • '• 1 I n Jew Ii A Ka bi • tern latio I ,: airman cl ion on Inter1...'..11. al iffd \: 10 Mi Ka] an, M %  Fan Stei : Or. Anna Brenni r Mi yei s, M l.i inard Sid< 1 sky, Mrs Jow ph Alerque, 1 rs S\ L\ ii Silt ere, I Mi i >. Rt 1 Mr Henry Gilb< 1. Mrs Irvln tin and Ka. >i ::n-h,ir M Marc iwitz. A July 18 fishing trip f"i" fam. : ii. Ige members is being %  ne : by Marvin Pe irlman, pi si pri lenl • t the lodge, and on Sep.'. 14, Judge Jack Falk will iss the "Judicial System in Dade Count) The con kkoth hoi• Ocl 12, will hig ilight .. pro Indicated to the und Tstai d m w ill be %  d 1 > Mel Haber. All p A ill he held at ZamTe At A %  •'IKHfU VSH ach-ln' Held University :, on el • m was npti 'i th 1 ni\ ••' %  %  1 lay on U e 1 1 1 .. n Re\ John Pap %  e First Unl M %  ;. Pro! Wil 1 hairman Social Sci %  irtment. University of Dr Henbert Bai m Mitchell Bush To Head J WB Southern Region Mitchell Hush, of Chattanooga, 1, 'in was nami d oresid nt >t ie Southern Region National Jewish ..i-.i.iiv Boai.i as delegates from 11 southern states cor-cluded a 1 e laj ci nfi rence n cently held •• \.i-li\ 1II1 'l enn Bu %  ee led rs M ti n irt in, • I Mia ni .1 h Named as pi lenl elect 1 ii Golman of Dallas %  1 in his and active pai I i| ation in .1 1 which served pe ...1 ervii e in • ar 11 He ,,,, iis second pi esidenl 1 1 a .1 m ; Ueli.ii l ected 1 1 1 lice ith Bi Hi and li .ii for B tv yi 1 ui were rarj 1 res Ii nl Mrs Milton 1 Mian Be h; \ ice presi \ Bud I Cutler, Miami. Gil• Fox, Na hvi le Robei R •-. \ !) % %  M irvin ( '• Id %  I vii'.l •• %  We 1 In, v ,. m tarj Paul i. SchMemphis, Tenn; I Ua. Krpchnn to Talk le Parent %  ol Miami ; 1 tor single adults u e 28 to 48, will Di Lapchan, 1 1 ofTempk Bets Am. Delegates Attend Variety Confab A delegation cf local civic and fraternal lea.le: is attending the 38th annual convention of Variety Cubs International this week in San Francisco at the Fairmont Hotel l'h ef Marker Merry OxeM. head ol Miami's Tent No. 33. is attend log with Mrs Oxell. Mrs Kdward I Melniker, of Mia 111 i Beach. %  1 M : eli iiii president oi tV VaI let) V.' %  men's c, nm llee, is a' 1 ndinq with In.husband, a past barker. Mi and \i: : Ben Le\in, of Sea I T x rs, ne'e II I s rf \ y 1 were %  !:: %  %  si m| r. ani Mi [is. J. D Is, Sid Moses and ;e Hoo< inti %  : : \ .il Ij JNF Appeal Nets l c 000 Trees Si me 1,000 tn es vn re purch wed 1 week in resp >nse to a Jewish Vati 'i I Fund 1 ppeal bj Jacob C, Fi an, ice presi lenl of the INF Council 1 Miami, \. r he .' icob • ha hter rad 0 ,til-Fund a, I drrran of the Mem n ial 1 mitl %  Heroes Who 1 the l'| Assi in %  in the .1 ; eal were Mi%  'iirr. Peter Hell. er, \ln. am Press and Martha Hell1 r Flondians OK'd For Maccabiah Maurj I ee Morse, 16, 1 I 9250 SW 70th Ave., Kendall, and University oi Miami student Lawrence Sheldon K.it/. have been approved BS eligible can lidates for the 1965 United states Maccabiah Games Rifle Team. Morse is the SOU of Michael Morse. United States Mac Mother's Day Sabbath Marked eh Idn ol l em pie Emanu-El hi n n I their n i" rs a1 the anDay J ibath last S I • 111 the mam -. tui y of I pie. Tamar, daughtei of Mi and Mi •:. n Brenm id 'in oi %  -. spoke hi • -i reel ; all mothers ; Jm Levj %  ; M %  Mrs. Rn ra le •• in hon r II d at M Mi 1 hi % %  Day r\ i< e i n Mrs Sam Lub> Jr PTA %  • who offered a i ayer in %  1 5 Mrs Hei hert v Shi 1 1 Sis erhood pi 1 dent, 1 Ktended greetings to the tion Confi nati n Depailmenl and .' mi r and Senior Chapters of the 1 1 • I S\ Youth oi Temple Emanu-El also attended the Sabbat*i service. Fi Hewing services, the young cabiah Pistol and Rifle Shooting Ci mmittee chairman. ho said that ^^^ adjotirned to Sirkin Hall for oth candidates have fired higher ;in ()ni ,., shl( i, at luncheon with scores than those which won gold I medals in the 1961 World Macea hiah Games. The Seventh World Maccabiah Games uill be s aged in Tel Aviv. Dr. Uhrman conducting installation ceremi nies of the Junior USY group Officers installed were president M.irlene KrovetB; vice Israel, from Aug. 23 to31, with athr-esidents, Maria Jay. Mindy letes from the United states comPreedman; recording secretary, perJng against Jewish representa\j.ki Jay: treasurer. Candy Silver; tives of an expected 35 other nations Morse and Kat? are two of five eligible candidates for the United M ites Maccabiah Rifle Team. corresponding secretary, Tamar Brenner: parliamentarian, Marti Harris, sgt.-al arms, l.i rr line 1 bin: cutter ol n d tape, David Abeluw Champion ticket-sellers qathet to discuss the recent sue ful Jewish National Fund concert on Miami Beach. Left tj riqht are Hany Feldman, Mrs. Muiom Press, Leon J. Ell. | ident of the JNF Council ct G-eater Miami, and Mrs. Malka Shklair.



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Page 2-C k** iff Ifkradinr Friday. May U 1965 Poet Manger a Giant Among Giants Pish 11 are enl to the t mmisa i In the By NATHAN ZIPRIN Man's i :. ;> 'nsitj [01 1 sh Folkmyth. man's u ii ere h : is even bom, but %  descent to arth from V^v.i lise, 'it' im! onlj loses his wings but his • stc l h aven Paradise k tali thes us, IN a clos d Onlj the new b >rn know it, but not 1 T long, unless oi th j can elude the angel ic tap w hich smites them ii to >l fulne? %  i'ie thej are reii for jourm > to earth \i thers, it 1said, are wonl t" say that infants in sleep often dis.'!. \ signs ol divination Ol Para Use but that at the very moment • >i revelations their mouths are sealed by an invisible hand. Insight into Striving Obviously we "i this earth ran never hope to 1 ecome r ivj to the secret unless the scaling hand has fatten I But for that to happen \w must assume that error domi ni ii heaven even as i: rules the earth, or that the \ igilant angel \\}.t> administers the tap of forget1himseli not immune to bribe or forgetfulness When that ns of course the child that the • arth not onlj remembers but makes haste to tell, with and anxietj and >wth a freshness that is onlj unique to the new on earth Bui should this never happen we uould forever be denied an in sight mto the striving that has possessed US e \ e r since election Y :i and I may never merit crossing or even knocking at Eden's door But if we can't make it on merit, we can at least glimpse it now throuch the divining rod of a Yiddish poel with a winged pen —Itzik Manger Escapades in Heaven It/ik Manger is a giant among the giants in contemporary Yid dish literature and one of its most eclorful figures to boot. Nou one of his major prose works, "The Book of Paradise," has happily come to Ufc in excellent KnJisli translation through the joint dediTHE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED MUM FOB /TS THRIFT SHOP All foav furniture. Clofhlnf, linens, Pishes, Drapes, ffe. PLEASE CAll US FOR PICK-UP THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP 7300 N.W. 27th AVENUE Ph. 696-2101 \\ ; fTZIK /HAWGEB faste 0/ heaven H %  %  I.. : %  was %  \l Mi M 1 1 • %  n \..Jewish fcaturt u I Tlie Jewish t M .. at^.:-. DM U 01 'T':< Boolf l>j /'.. an I 1 in !n avi n ai d the deservii its 1 liltii •: eakness and with strivi •> hu : I.] i A is a delicate •rough %  %  % %  uth "i Shmuel %  a V • < t; infi 1 1 angel who re : iven to his fa t'lii. 1 1 the town tal bi. the rabla the in h man the nun 'i Vba had ded the tapping angel to :l with him, to tap him onlj perfunctorily and the min ute he 1 pens his y. 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Page 4-C •JtoUfA HarkHat Friday. May 14, The Idea Carriers By MAX LERNER Executive Club Award Presented to Dr. Muskat •-I IIJ II :. Whatever the outcome of the American action in the Dominican affair, it has at least made one thing clear about the Viet Nam war: that we are in it not primarily to protect a people against the aggressors, but to prevent the expansion of communism in areas crucial to America. There is nothing wrong with this reason: It was a similar reason that brought us, long before Pearl Harbor, into the war against the Nazis. It is part of a long political war America has been fighting ever since, sometimes with soldiers, sometimes with other forms of power, sometimes with ideas, sometimes with all of them together. It used to be called the "containment"' doctrine. What President Johnson is doing is a new variant of it, which will in time come to be called the Johnson Doctrine. The curious fact about it is that, at least in Viet Nam. the Administration is taking essentially the right actions without scorning able U> give the right reasons. That is better than the opposite would be. but it is not good enough. All diplomats must engage in rhetoric, but when Secretary Rusk says that "there is no evidence that the Viet Cong has an: nil cant popular following in South Viet Nam." he strains credibility. Surely this fails to jibe with the evidence of correspondents, travelers, scholars. He might have said with more truth that the Viet Con ,i ok over and distorted a movement of protest and that its followers re iargely the ignorant, the gullible and the despairing, hut tney are a act. and thev are there. In lashing out at the academicians who have been sniping at the policy on Viet Nam. Rusk made the mistake of doing it in an unacadem ic way Although he was once a Rhodes scholar and later head of the Roi t eLer Foundation. Rusk is not a member of the Intellectual elite but of the commanding elite. A disturbing gap has been opening between them. Johnson, who is good at almost everything else, inot .1, rlosing this gap. He doesn't have the inner feel for the mood ....1 .ectuais that he has with businessmen and Ccngiessmen. Kei n dy, who was good with the intellectuals, was a bu. t with the otlu rs in the whole I like the results Johnson gets, but it is a sad fact .separated from the university people. Even the tonsidei • i capital be uuilt up with his actions in Selma and Ins Negro laUi n has b en largely dissipa d To start a feud o > i.i i : (i.ins would simply make no sense. In the title essay of a book. 1 wrote many years ag tha a apons. one might and that scholars arc idea carri rs Jusl arch is bound in time to ha' cone:etc a, pi :ii I .i .-tract scholarship in the social sciences will at some point have Bring on crisis and survival. It it is true that an army 1. h %  .on umach, it is even truer that a nation supports the u Dr. Irving E. Muskat. chairman of Interama. was guest of l,onor at the annual "Award of Merit" luncheon given by the Executive Club at the Deauville Hotel last week. The "Award of Merit" is Riven by the Executive Club annually to a person of "outstanding achievement and integrity, whose efforts are beneficial to humanity, the area or both." it was announced by Irvin Sherman, chairman of the luncheon. Dr. Muskat was first appointed to the Inter-American Center Authority in 1958, and was elected chairman in 1961. He was active in securing the authorintion for a $21 million bond issue for Interama. tha vot the are as %  mo; a b Us with some idea that is winged with strength and tipped -* But ideas are not democratically equal, and on an issue like Viet Nam the burden of an idea earner ma> Do mostly sou. -n I i ..< intellectuals who put so much stress on popular support in \ t oftt iget that they have themselves rather little popu.ai ... i the ,) etween Johnson and the ata-muc ans is wiliu with the gap between the academicians and the people. It would be a mistake moreover to assume that nu ->i a>a are i of the Viet .\am poucy. I have taken no poll. But I have traveled on many campuses since the Bay of Tonkin episoji a' start of the bombing. I find the scholars close to Asian studies support the iclent because they know what would happen in Asia ii A .or ica were io withdraw. The men in the political studies also I sup mui ing th. fai ev des rec Th po I • ki th Pi tis th be a V licv he til ,i ,n because they know something about the ways of Comxpansionism. The men in the military' studies (I am speak..en ouis.ut me Pentagon) b-. ; p oit him because tney know nor wai ...mpared to what we would have to wage if it men n tory and the Other social sciences are more .. > >0c*0i • ,-vh logy w,.o .ear the i ng effects of war. The men In the humanities and the arts war of ar.> sort, as they rec... irom the rea hies of power. i_> .11-1 Hi. ii „rse maticians. ill a. cases coniidei ,o. ... 1. nave I a between : I ->e ution B -I case in the intangibles of a lat this one makes no sense. figures si ow I am wrong i ut with sevjial who h.r. : I at ..i.litnncy of hostility to the h a :.-y o iS cs ') r of and the .> .n oe...at he has nailed down all its intricate aspects is a io. 1. I a... n a, deba. on net Nam. in o iin.er. n • i' ~ns • I *' %  :. o il ir.g Lie l) ) a :r u.; ei j ho is c v ver|!e formerly served as chairman of the Advisory Committee to t _• Port Authority in connection with the building of International Airport as vice president for research al lie University of Miami, and as president of research ofthe University Of Miami, as well as pro-idem vai sold to the Celanese Corp of America. Born December 25, 1905, IK attended schools in Marietta, 0 and •raduated from Marietta College in 1924 with an AB degree Retired Admiral in Talk "n Monday at Its luncheon meeting in the Everglade Hotel the Dade Count" Bar \i have as its guest speaker Adm. Felix B Stump, Ret -v.JJ, be America's Staki Far East .our travel agent f~will give you 45 great reasons to come to The Concord! 0 r r~ In Just Two Words Sensational Golf. 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Fiiday. May 14. 1965 A wA/ thrH&n Paqe 5-C By EDYTHE SCHINDLER A Man Learning Who He Is Ask a man who he is an. ii old son and Georgiaife in an apartment at 910 >U l-'Ui Ave. Marvin Singer is a lei ol essays and ihort stories. He is .i i>et. He was once an actHe was once a mechanic and. i I<• n"4 time ago. he helped %  u the family grocery store was in Poland, before the i • re the Nazi. The Writer A. lived in the small town of Singer said. "The major >l | iwnspeople were .lews. It har l to make a living. But saw to it thai I finished %  chool and also my Jewish i hen l went to Warsaw %  rked in the textile trade Warsaw, Singer frequented MARVIN SINGES oduif fo the future Tlomacki 13, a literary club where writers and artists gut together [or conversation. He heard lectures and recitals and sometimes other writers would listen to his stones in Yiddish, written about Jowi-.li life in the small towns of Poland. But that life ended. There was the war and the N'a/.i. and Marvin Singer spent his next years in concentration camps At the first camp, he kept a diary At first, he kept up his writing, but soon it i>.-c ante too dangerous, and he destroyed li'~ work. Then the war was over, and Marvin Singer fcund himself alive. Bl I in a Displaced Persons camp in Kerne. "I became active in cultural affairs again." he -aid. "The Joint Distril i ion Committee sponsored dramatic groups in the camps. We traveled from camp to camp in Italy with our plays." Arrival in Israel In Rime. Singer had articles published in the Yiddish newspaper. He became a member of the organization of Jewish writers and Journalists and artists in Italy. After five years in Italy, Singer arrived in Israel. "The people were accomplishing things in Israel in 1949." he said. "I became enthusiastic again. Life on the kibbutz, especially, seemed ideal. People were happy." 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?aoe 6-C +Jml*t fkridfiir Friday. May 14 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Collective Guilt an Unwelcome Cloak EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian. In answering Mr Dixon's critii Isn ol Jewish opponents of the u vii;Civil Liberties Union which Jews have attacked, may I be permitted bring out a salient j-oint which has not been mentioned, but which is of paramount importance in considering the entire role ot Jews .is such in the AC\ r Collective goJM is the rock upon which Mr. Dixon's arguments founder For 2,000 years, all Jews have been stigmatized, branded and butchered because ol the concept Of collective sjufll which has applied to almost no one else except Jews. The collective guiH of Jews for deicid'which has cost us the lives i mill ons throughout the ages i< an example Even the Pope's sermon last F.aster still brands Jewry with collective gain and portends a narked watering down ol the resolutions passed in t ie Ecumenical < ouncil To have Jewish lawyers such as Tobias Simon champion theoretical rights of men like Lincoln Rockwell in the name of abstract principles which could possibly lead to Jewish extermination — however unlikely — is to me the height of Jewish self-hate. Why didn't the ACLU appoint the many non-Jewish lawyers on its list for this purpose? As far as civil rights are concerned, the same holds true. When a rabbi comes to Jackson. Hiss., and champions civil rights :.nd leaves the next day. all Jewish businesses a e boycotted, and all jcu. are branded with collective guilt ii Mr. Dixon or a Protestant minister did the same thing, each as an individual would be assailed. but there would be no wholesale boycott and condemnation of the •tant because the overwhelm ing majority is already Protestant and Christian They cannot verj well hite themselves A minority such athe Jews is and ivays has been extremely Mili to attack. To invite such action is suicidal and only invites widespread anti-Semitism 1 do Temple Sinai Family Service i %  i V L rrj Youth Groups At Beth David \ It G i i nnual Spi Saturmal caller and %  ic ors conducted iunl styli dan ing I SY held I not her fund-raising project, a rummage sell on Sun(ia> at the Beth David ing lot t sv stud? group met Sunday evening in R om t; at Beth David Topic for discussion was '"Israel's Independen e Daj Film. "fjagauah." as shown Pfe-USY group met on Sundaj m the Socii 1 Hall. not see other minorities sticking their neckout in these sensitive i a reaNo Poles, Russians, German* Chinese or Japanese have militantly championed civil rights [as the Jews have The police president of Berlin. Germany, defended the rights Of Nazis to parade and jcaiwc Civil disorders His I award? I He was whipped to death when the Nazis came into power Self-immolation, m a r t y 'dom and crucifixion are not my cup of tee anymore — not when we have our own major problems of Nasser, the Arab League, Soviet Russia, and the Argentine, to name only a few. The "friends" whom we champion are conspicuous by their absence — as *r also these Jewish lawyers in the ACLU. Mr Dixon we can not .iff rd the luxur; of championing every abstract cause which comes down the pike no matter how deserving because we are always the vie • ns ol collective guilt it is always • II Jew are Communists, "all Jews are capitalists." all Jews thi>" and "all J ware thai Hov. aboul white Vngl i Saxon Piotcstanl thi \t Ii ,.-t • %  ill be no collective guill mere, and Jewrj Can take a long needed and well served rest from being the world's whipping bo) (or 2.000 year.-. I am very tired; and I do think that I have enough troubles „t my own all over the world to take care of HARRY E. WOLK. M.D. Miami Beach EDITOR. The Jewish FtorKSian; In reply to Mr (leorge G. Whit nev's letter in last week's Jewish Floridian, may I state that while the ACLU defends the principles of freedom of speech for everyone (which includes Nazis i. so do the ,i< wish organizations that are eon cerned with the welfare ol the Jew ii this country In the New York case in which N'ewbold Morns attempted to en |oin Lincoln Rockwell from speaking in Nc York Citj the Appeals i f \e York State upheld his • tn speak under the Constitu turn, and .i Wril oi Certiorlari was t ken lo the r s Supreme Court, which de. lined to hear the ea-e The ACLI w.!joine I bj such Jewish orgai • %  as th< si and the American Jew ish Congress u| on bi iefs in the appeal of this i The ACLU is not unique in its belief that this is a nation of laws swayed not by the passions 0 men. In many instances we nave been joined by ^'^ of the leading Jewish organizations because they too recognize the necessity of maintaining an impartial ad ministration of pustice, lest once again the Jew becomes involvec in a community where he toe could be denied equal protection of the law, as has been denied to many minority groups. But when any group, majority or minority. s*ks t weaken our concepts of freedom under law by depriving other groups of their rights, the law itself is weakened. The ACLI' does n->t believe in thtimposition of its principles on any one. and to accuse the ACLU oi tins is false and misleading Secondly, the ACLU has no the consul: the near* si agency for an objective and more rational point of view if and when he does ask them uhai posi tlon dul thfl national oil Jewish Civil rights on take with regard lo the Na/i to spi .,k in New Y i HOWARD M Miami DIXON Qood oUusic is Ask The Man from Equitable about Circle E Group plans Dial FR 1-5691 SIDNEY S. 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Friday, May 14. 1965 k*>M tt&rtMam Paqe 7-C Schapiro, newe-t "Guardian of Torah" riaht> are Louis Merwilzer. piesident Hebrew Hebrew Academy, was honored bv ofAcademy; Rabbi Alexander S Gross princiand members of *.he Boaid of Directors pal. presenting the plaque to SchapiroRabbi ent breakfast meting. A Guaidian of David Lehrfield. Kneseth Israel Congregations one who donates an annual scholarOscar Schapiro; and Hcrold Schapiro aq student. Shown deft to Dr. Woltson to Lecture lion S inuza' "i a lecture b> I'' 1 %  Koi Mt. Sinai Plans Speech, Hearing Center Project %  in Lou i %  ; %  .i.l hi • ,, the oi • n its i .Illlliv At last week's meeting, attended by some 150 persons, the bedy appioi/ed to urdertake a Speech and Hearing Center at rVit. Sinai, which it will supply with equipment and personnel and support on a year-to-year basis. Dr Arthur Greene, chairman of the Project Committee, Bald that recommendation for ;< Speech and Hearing Center was based on the leed proj 'cted by the large numlxr en aged persons in the community who have suffered strokes ;iriil who .i;i result require specialized rehabilitation and therapj This si r\ ice will be established i r both in-patients an.! out i atici ts including indigent care Elected in addition to th live boat (i i :; pe pl< wet the : Ui ex ecul•• • %  %  i • %  I i son R, M;ic lell I. % %  ish James || .; lard B SI me %  nd Peti r V Poll • %  ted a i DR. RICHARD DfUTCH his recent experiences with the Hope >hi\> Project in Guinea, 11 i ica Nursery Tots Honored Here Temple Or Olom Nursery Kinder: i len School boi, re foui si adu sting classes ring Fridaj ser\ ici :il 7 3 I p m I he BO "grai I sang Sato in set lot \ ico Peldman to the • %  %  :ght are Metro Commissioner Alex Gordon. Milton Sir;:id Judqe Frederick N. Barad. president of the South Chapter, American Technion Society, at a iecent meetJudge Barad reported that since his ins'.allation as enl of the South Florida Chapter, Technion has received tional bequest of S50.U00 from the Sam Cohen estate, form of scholarships. Green Joins Jarrett Firm i. > Gmn, wfii-known politic*! firdcs tor his the 1H'inner*Ur l'artx lurustrative assistant u> •r Chuck Hall, hat joined Vss ciates, Inc., local adiblic relations agen HI account executive, it • ed by Sa u I .laiTett. • ho livei at now Baj Dr been %  Plorida reel• %  .i • He ia graduate Huh School and at I niversity of Miami, • %  rved n the Student In 1961 he served as Page Boy n 'be U.S. Senate and was assist nt 'o Sen. George Smathers in 'In the 1964 political cam3 aiqn Green was assistant chair •^n of the Young Citizens for Johnson for me State of Florida. and has served as campaign manager for Mayor Lee Howard of Surfside, and is currently managing the campaign for reelection as city councilman of North Miami Beach of Nowton Greene. He is .i special aeput) constable and volunteer fireman or Surfside During the amis,of his political activities, Green was the recipient oi man) awards for political service, including the Award <>f Ap preciation <>f the American Legion, Outstandinj Service for Jewish War Veterans, Certificate of Appreciafrom the T wn.of Surfside and Mi .mi Beach, Chase Federal Savand l ".HI Award for Outstanding Service in Government, and the K'u mis International A w a rd for Outstanding Governmental Service your own backyard: 54,282 SQUARE MILES -, OF FUN! H you haven't explored all of Florida this year's the time to start. There's plenty of room, plenty of opportunity for trig vacation pleasure right here in your own Sunshine State! And. what's more, you'll make your vacation budget last...when you Bee Florida f ir$t! ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE FR 3-2666 — JE 8-0721 YOU GET MORE CALLS WHEN YOUR PHONE IS ANSWERED RITE MODERATE RATES 24-HOUR SERVICE — Serving — JEFFERSON HIGHLAND MUMAY UNION FRANKLIN PLAZA NEWTON PLAY MORE PAY LESS Make 'i •< Florida vacation! FREE OFFICIAL FLORIDA EXPLORERS HANDBOOK... \ g dr to vacation fun in the Sunshine Siuif Gelyouiaal anj FPL office • %  > TODAY! FLORIDA POWER f 1*0 ii I I S H T • l 3 • J A COMPANY



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Page 8-C fjewlstncrktlan Friday. May 14. 1965 Pioneer Women Sn Celebration Past Jewish War Veterans Commander Daniel Neal Heller congratulates officers of the Department of Florida on beinq the first state to exceed 100 percent of membership in 1965. Front row (left to right) are Vice Commander Irv Cocperman. state membership chairman. Department Commander Ainslee R. Ferdie, Heller, and Department Trustees Izzy Karp, Herman Sokolow and Daniel Abramowitz. Rear are Department Senior Vice Commander Jack Berman. Officer of the Day Norman Levine, Judge Advocate Emanuel Mandel, Second Junior Vice Commander James Stern, and Chief of Staff Michael Schechter. Lea-, ir.g W the 8'nci B'rith ccnvention in Te! Aviv, Israel, are (top row* Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pallot. William Shayne and Col. William S. Shorenstein and (first row) Mr. and Mrs. E. Albert Pallot, who will be inducted as vice president of B'nai B'rith. The group flew to Honolulu, Tokyo. Hong Konq, Bangkok, New Delhi and Athens on a round-the-world trip. Louis Pallot is chairman of the board of Norton Tire Company, and his brother, E. Albert, is president of Biscayne Federal Savings and Loan Association. Arab Refugees Discussed on Air Seaboard Sends Representatives Seal oard R si me 75 ]. %  \ sales representatives from -."> ::i I;,.' -• :l!i .11 'I • at ig a spring sales %  eting m Miami !'•' ., I u enl M the cities r ted were Bos • n Si %  Y k I B il timore, w as di toi D.C., R 1 ,nd, Pitts; 11 h hicago, Sor Rali Atlanta and Birming mi 11 -.^1!. board hi had a : i rt in the dcvelopmenl "i to : ind istrj in the area, and v e wanl t keep our repre%  nl itivi .. easl developments in the Gn ater Miami Miami Beach 1 ea as w< II .1^ in thi erritorv 1 (tending from Miami t" West Palm Beach The line's package tour program and otht r pn n tion.1! a< '.\ ities have b>i 1 hi al oul a tremendoi ii flux of 1 acationers _n a year-round basis lit lit .staled that the Seaboard carried about one million long distance travelers last year, and the average distance traveled per passenger was over 550 miles After the meeting the entire group made an inspection trip from Miami to West Palm Beach. Goida Mtir Pi aeer Women, Mrs Mil im Halpcrin, president, held a join 1 •' %  • • I %  n1 • %  • •. her hu r hcii I trip to h will visit with mem1 1 is of their family. Serving on the refreshments committee were Mrs. Oscar Zeltzer and Mrs Bessie Epstein. • • Regular meeting of Beba Idelson Chapter in Wednesday, 12:30 p.m.. ; ii Washington Federal, 1133 Nor mandy Dr., included a report from the Nominating Committee and ne on the \; Ihei Daj cell bration to be held .it the Ron' j Plaza Hotel Mrs Fannie Gibson, acting pn Ii ni. 1 inducted he meeting. Kadlirah Chapter was to 1 ma ite sale on Thursday and • ij Maj 13 an I 14 al Nw i*Uh sj. • i \\,are n ai k< I for the >! b's yi quota and ill g 1 tr educational pur| %  I. Serving on the 1 in nitte v :' : ) Mrs. I mes Milt Kesslei B 1 1 pschi'.z, Elsa Kreul .'11 K K ,.:> in, !l\ m n v 'li --. •; spii r, Gertrude Weiss and Ros Hi 1} "The Arab Refugees: Victims or Pawns' 1 was the title of a radio pr>."rram aired over WM1E la -t Sunday. Rabbi Max Lipsehitz. chairman cf .he Commission on Jewish Affairs of the South Florida Council of American Jewish Congress, announced that discussants included the following Shad Policr. chairman of the American Jewish Congress National Governing Council; Phil Baum, director, Commission on International Affairs. AJCongress; Weleed Sadi, counselor. Jordanian Mission to the United Nations; and Richard Cohen, moderator. Also invited to participate was Abdul Monem Rifai, Jordanian Ami issador to the United Nations, w h o accepted the invitation but was unable to appear because of a UN Security Council session. he program was taped on the day the American Jewish Congress reI sumed its protest demonstration at 1 the World's Fair against a mural in the Jordanian Pavilion. IT WAS A SMASHING success/ WHAT WAS? BETTY'S AFFAIR AFFAIR? 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Friday. May 14. 1965 *JmiS§l fkridff.tr Page 9-0 Frank Appoints Two to Campaign Leonard Col em an ai d .' %  Ian M. ceptetj ke> \ %  ^~ • ir %  r : %  i Keiaoi io installed for a fourth I ; i lent ol Bikur Chciim. the Jewish •.• Hrme of S~uth F1" %  i ight) are Mesdames Geri Kunken. •eldstein; Joseph E. Keiser, president; ., current events; Anne Alport; i>erqecnt-at-nims. Serena %  %  dames Abe Sinqer, financial and .•; Helen Hornstein. vice president, ways un means, Nathan Rnth, vice I membership; A-ine Rcsenfeld; Hay Lieberman, reccrdinq secretary; Sarah Bui •• %  -a president, hospitality. Third row are Mesdames Anna Zitter; Sam Yudien, chap. tin; Harry Topper, corresponding si h Levin, vice president, life mcmbci are M-sdames Lillian Nvdirk, treasi William Hercid, s. iqeant-ct-a:ms, and Isaac blccker, conespondinq secretary. e Menorah names Mrs. Jack S~qa! as Sistrrhood's "Woof the Year." Shewn is Mrs. Elsie Belsky riqht). Sisterpiesiden', presentinq a qold locket to Mrs. Seqal for her ted service in all functions of Sisterhood activity." Tem"•Tenoiah Sisterhood undertakes the support of the youth ities and Religious School. *.>*< Dr. Williams To be Speaker At Beth Torah Dr. II. I %  %  r'ean of b Yom • %  i Tea 'h Day) ition en h IO! M. ti will i %  r< cogi iz j Ge • : • lucaCommittee. .-'i>< cial hi noree will be Mi s Syd K ilansky, s u p e i \ i s o r of Both Toi r-tin ears ol si n II e VI hlan k> sei vv* as vici | 'esident ol the noil ol %  • ue Pre Si h.' .mil ha. been .< U adi r in k wish | school i luca ion during asl j > %  lairman i f the committee on armi nts iMrs \ Irian Kauf nan i eetings will be d livered by I uis Schwartzman, exi utive di rector, Board of Jewish Education, and Mrs, Leo Brandies, president, l': i-> iiiil Teachers Council, Members of the Both Torah Fac ul'y include Alexandi r Andron, Emanuel Bergman, Mrs, J an Cohen, flyman Cohen, Mrs, Herbert i r ii TII Mrs Jack Diamond, Mrs Sol Elfenbein, Emanuel Feder, Mrs Florence Ginesin, Mi >. Dorothy Gruen, Mrs. Arthur rilrschberg Mrs Mervin Levin. Mrs Morris Levin, Miss Kay Levin, Mrs Eugene Marshall. Miss Carole Mackenzie. Mrs David Osman. Mrs. Howard Romer, Mrs. Irving Seidd, Mrs. Max Stiinfmk. Saul Sosnowski. Mrs. Rudolph Wiinttr. Warren /.nndoll. Twice aw.-rded Presidential Citations by HlS nation's chief executives for his work with senior citizens, Coleman is chairman of the beard of Tlair, Inc., one of the largest Greater Miami manufacturers of dresses and a pioneer in the garment industry here. A Xavy lieutenant commander c!ur111 %  _; World War II. Coleman will '. se VH e M;.> o r Fiank'j cam n f r o in headquarti rs at •'• v '"> h'ngton A\c. A n oi MiBeach i r 2\ years, Coleman is well kn wn i%  his work in the (auses of the handicapped and reled children. Rothstein, now president of the Islander's ORT Installs Officers Mrs Leo Gross v/B-i installed as president of the Islander's chap Itcr, Women.American ORT, for a second term at a lunchc n Tuesday, U:30 a.m.. at the Rone) Plata Motel. Mayor Melvin Richard was installing officer, and also Inducted "n tallowing Vice president. Mrs Saul HalxT. Mrs. Morris I.ipp. Mrs. Coleman Busman, Mrs. carl Bet-man, Mrs. Isadora Grue; treasurer. Mrs. Arthur Keiner; financial sacrataty, Mrs Murray Mandril; corresponding secratarj Mrs Herman Classen recording secretary. Mrs. Rudolph Kramer; parliamentarian. Mrs Mark Cirlin. MrJack Breitbarl gave the inv< cation, and Mrs Florence Kupperman. newly elected region president, welcomed Mayor Richard I.auna and Tania. novelty lister .id. who appeared in a spring Fc-ival conceri here, provided the entertainment Mrs Saul Haber was chairman i the daj Mrs Jack Vivian took resen ations LiHdARO tHuNK .' : %  c League of M i. is a i ast ; res Idenl %  •; B a dh Bre ikfast Optimi I ; -i pre.-id %  > I < I the Fri ti i); der of Pol'ci v *iati • y. %  i, i pre iidi nl of ,nh B< ach Mi nClub and I • | %  K He now as Pi • :. • : • | THE is B sr A v \ i: T ti n K A < E 340 Ciscayne Boulevard • Miami, Florida • BISCAYNE BAY "WHERE THE STARS AND HCAVtN JOIN YOUR FESTIVITIES" AT THE BEAUTIFUL NEWLY DECORATED STAEILU.IIT ISAM JIOOM SEATING UP TO 300 WE DIN CONI RMATIONS ir BANQUI • RECEPTIONS if LUN )NS • MEETINGS CATERING Strictly Kosher facilities Available Under Supervision of RABBI TIBOR H. STERN CALL Miss SHIRLEY, Catering Manager, FR 9-3792 Have that Business Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion You'll find complete facilities to exactly satisfy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade and Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a wedding or a private party I for Information! HAZEL ALLISON Catering Olraclor, JE 1-6061 seih St. Colllna Ava. MEET PERFECTIONISTS IN THE CATERING FIELD They are unequalled in their profession. They are the diLido's catering staff. They will make a success of any party.. .8 wadding... a Bar Milrvah*... a business ,a> meeting ar a social luncheon. They will sent from 20 to 1000 diners with fine food expertly prepared in the diLido's newly decorated Cotillion Room. They'll arrange for whatever space you require. Call Mr. Teichwer at JEfferson 8-0811 for ths best function you've ever had! dt^do A S 'm '"• If fr.ttrprl 0CEANFR0NT, COD INS AVENUE UNO LINCOLN ROAD MALL A.l .(



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Page 10-C If-nist flYrktttui Friday. May 14. 1965 Room Mothers Are Honored Brandeis University National Women's Committee, Miami Beach Chapter, installs officers at a recent meeting of the organization in the Eden Rcc Hotel. Seated (left to right! are Mesdames Samuel Brown, membership vice president, Arthur Jurkowitz, president; Helen Sanders, book fund vice president. Standing ileft to right) are Mesdames Matilda Ratner and Mcrton Schwartz, financial 'secretaries; Harry Selby. corresponding secretary; Benjamin Kresberg, recording secretary; Mae Rosenberg, corresponding secretary; Ethyl Nagler, treasurer; and Irving Blasberg, treasurer. Mrs. Jean C. Lehman was installing officer in the absence of Mrs. Aaron Farr. 'Y' to Offer For the first time, the Bureau of Jewish Education will graduate three students from its Hebrew Section of the College of "ewish Studies. Graduates are (left to right Mis. Irving Seidel, Mrs. Sam Brenner, and Mrs. Jack Diamond. Consul General of Israel Shimon Yallcn will be featured speaker at the exercises scheduled for May 20, 7:30 p.m., at Beth David Congregation. At the interschool, community-wide graduation, the exercises will also include graduates of the junior high departments of congregational schools and of the Bureau's Central Hebrew High School. Beth David Has Annual Meeting Officers and Board of Didectors • ho will serve Beth David Con tion during 1965-66 were elected ; • Tues la) annual meeting in Specter Hall starting at B p.m. f^h the best \jyG&t recipe I^W for *^fr newly x ^f i'• moved to GREATER MIAMI Take one phone call (or coupon below), add nostess with baskets of girts and information *t,iut tie city, stir in genuine hospitality, and you'll have a generous and delightful welcome. Just phone \\elconwMaD\a$Mi A traditional memorial service 'was conducted bj Rabbi Eliezer A. I evi and Cantor William w Lipson 1.1 members who have passed awaj ng the past year, Max u. Silver presented the annual president's message and the following chairmen "i Standing i i nmittees gave reports .Manuel Lubel, adult education; Mrs Ben Kazar, board of education; Max R. Silver, cemeterj committee; Robert Traurig, constitution and by-laws; Albert J. Beer, finance: Samuel Ostrowsky, house and building; Mrs. Albert J. Beei librarj. Charles /• Spingarn, mem. I I i hip and goodwill; Herschel RosenthaL prsonnel; Lewis sternshein, ritual; Mrs. Harold Reinhard, United Synagogue; Phillip Schiff youth commission. Full Summer Camp Program one large combined summer day ramp pi -ram u ill be i ffered by the VM and YWH \ ; Gre ter Mi ami this j ear to all at i i %  igh the utilization of lities re 'i .: rine i %  'i %  Registration has ahead started laj camp program, which \. ii; eon e u > and gii Is from i and-a-hall to 12 > ears ol age f r ei .; H eek season i>< ginning June II The season is divided into %  ek periods The pro gram will be conducted Mondaj ..i Fi idaj from 9 am. to i i in Campers will bring a package lunch and will be provided with milk and an aftern on SH ek Transportation service will be Liable in the southwest, North Hade and .Miami Beach areas for home to tamp and back through a lleei of agenc) vehicles. Activities will include swimming instruction, athletics, games, arts and crafts, dram. t ies, singing, Jewish observances, nature lore and trips. All campers will be assigned to groups on their own age level, with IS children 11 a group, Each group will have two counselors in charge, one senior counselor of college age or older and one junior counselor of M mor high school age These counselors are supervised liv members of the year-round professional group work staff of the "Y." There will also be specialists in swimming, arts an erafts, music, dramatics and nature. The main focus oi the program will IKthe social development of each child through guided graup experiences along both Jewish and general lines HI 8-4994 WELOMK NEWCOMERS! DM IIHI coupan Is Itl .1 know km., 1 you'rt | i MdrtM --— Cihr 3 Please have the WeIsMM Wagon Hostess call •*> me. G 1 waM like to subscribe to The fewish Floridiem. Fill out coupon and moil to Circulation Dejit., M.P.O. So. 2973. Miami. Ha. 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Herbert Dubbin, Sanford Faunce, Alfred Long, Pet > London Shrinks Piles Without Surgery Stops Itch-Relieves Pain NewYork,N.Y.(Sperial) Forth* first t ii ndanew hea'..tonil rink hen >rrhoids, stop r i and t re leva ram ry. In ci Ij relieving | 0D (•hi M ig of al! result* were so thorough that sufferers made astonishing statements like "Piles havo ceased to bo a problem!" The secret In a new healintr substance (Bio-Dyne*) discover* of a world-famous research Institute. This substance is now available fal suppository or oivlment for-m under the name Preparation //• At all drug counters. Mesd .mi Sol M< Murraj Miller. Bernard mc Roib I %  • %  R ij -r Si-ff. Fri a i • s • i and Herb M i d. Harry Cohen IWVA Meeting Business i of I Harrj II i oh< II S liarj met til oi W e\ i ning will include plai • barbecue and State l>' part coin eiition Brandeis Zionists Hold Celebration Brandeis Zionist District marked the 17th anniversary of the Stale of Israel on Monday evening at Washington Federal. Lisa Normandy Isle. Highlight of the evening was a \u\k on "Can We Survive in a Fire Land" l;y Dr. Max A I.psclut/.. spiritual leader of Beth Torah Con gregatioa A musical program featuring Is i aeli soagl was presented by Cantor Saul Breeli, of Temple Ner Tturud. Serving on the committee for the ovent were Maurice Zaretsky, Isadore Riffkin, Moms Minor, Dr. Herman AusubeJ, and Joseph Kahn! Isaac Denen has been elected to serve another term as president. TAIMUDIC SEMINAR OF THE AIR "Daf Hashovua" For the 11th Consecutive Yeor Miami Jewry will have the opportunity of learning a page of the Talmud, translated and explained by Rabbi Pinchas M. Teiti Scholar and Famous Authority on the Talmud Rabbi of Elizabeth and Dean of Mesifta of New Jersey STATION WEDR-FM 99.1 on Your FM Radio Dial SUNDAY, 1.30 P.M. to 2 P.M. Just a small revolution! Big Change in... 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May 14, 1965 *Jt^%isl Fkrarfirnr Page ll-C Walter Leibo Named Top Director Israel Bond National Women's Division By Speoal Report Walter Leibo, who baa i it> manager "f Uw laBond campaign in Newark, i, i the past ten years, waa Utlj named to the post oi Na tor of the Women'a l>i ,,i the Israel Bond Organize ., ording to an announcemeM [i: Joseph •' Schwartx, vice denl •it died with volunteer Jewish II .1 activity BW number of Mrs Leibo Joined the Israel Organization in 1951, when it established to provide larfieresourees for the c.unomic debmenl oi the State of Israel. r wrving as director of the InnDivision in Newark for years, she waa oheem to head 'campaign activities in Bases %  jtv, Y.I Mrs. Leibo was the OOjj .'. Mian to hold the top Israel Bond executive position in any of the principal cities in the United StateIn her new post Mrs Leibo will direct the campaign activities in behalf Of Israel Bonds Ol main thousands ol women volunteers m various parts of the United States. She sueeods t.he late Miriam Fineman, who died six months ago. A native of Newark. Mrs Leibo attended tlte New Jersey Oollege for Women in New Brunswick. Columbia University and the Damroaoh Institute (now the .luilliard School of Music). Mrs. Leibo. who lives in West I Orange, X.J has been a volunteer worker in various civic and phi hi nthr. pi.causes In 1950 and 1951, she was chairman of suburbs for the Esses County, N.J., United Jewish Appeal She has visited Israel tune, in 1!.">4 and 1961. Mrs Leibo i> the wife (f a Newark attorney ami has two children. Dr Mark Leibo. of N't w York, and Mrs \l an I) Greene, of West Orange, N.J., and one grandchild. A sterling silver Revere bowl, in appreciation of his services as president of the Greater Miami YM and WHA, is presented (photo at left) to Herschel Rosenthal. outqoinq president, by Samuel Seitlin, chairman of the annual installation dinner held recently at the "Y's" new central buildinq. 8500 SW 8th St. Lookinq on (left to right; are Mrs. Rosenthal and Mrs. Seitlin. In'photo at right, Efraim H. Gale (left), executive director of the "Y," receives a plaque commemoratinq his 13 years in that post from A. Budd Cutler, member ol the "Y' board. Aged Home Has Mother's Day track, orchestra leader who tea tured his trio in a concert of muGreater Miami Women's Auxiliaffair. Mrs. Lawrence Silverman. sic ary, Jewish Home for the Aged, Auxiliarv president nave the mess ,.__„• held its annual Mother's Day party age of welcome, and presented Stanlej Rosensweet, tenor, of on Sunday. 2 p.m. at Douglaj Gareach mother with a gift. jfered a program of songs Th dens Mr> Lotna Makovsky, program "Amazing Maurice.' magician, i Mrs Jennie Grossinger hosted the chairman, introduced Irving Pieso entertained -V1S WAllf* tflBO children's Choir -ill Participate >( hoi a) r> mple Beth ecti I B children's choir t< in the Friday eve i:... Bern in, choir rhoo unces en ill par %  Robins, Carol Silvcrblatt, .Clifford Tall, Wend) shirlej Ka> Le i Share Me in, Danii I < I odman, .in Deb >r.ih Le> inson, \ tm.ui. Rosalyn Krebs, Kara Jan Sobei, Rob rt Gibba, suionmn. M.ircia Brenner, :.:enner, \vend) W i chaberg, i n mHing Linda Klugerman, Cutler I) i iiienbluni. Vicky Orbach, %  Levine, Phyllis Luxie, Ellen Ja) odeaaky, Fern Tiber, B • Rose, I'am Ke.-sler. Harry urtzman, Lesley MiUard, Anq PS, Laura Zisman, Laurel |i Hi bra Stein. Karen l.indau. ^•tte Fried Robert I'arhn. Rob i Neil Freeman, Jim Siidassah Groups Installations W Group of H.idasSiih held its luncheon on Monda) the K o n e > Plata Hotel. B Wcre.uk installed Weinberi as president in A musical pro • %  in .: iday at 11 30 tall' d Mi Jow ph l p er's Day Program p Donna and the highlight ol the tile ram on Saturda) • the i nified Hall for we Horrowtti Ladlei Auxili fw 682, "Ducky' Duckmao f II,. program with ts • at the piano an


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Pzqe 12-C +Jelstfhrridirtr Friday. May ] | 1955 I J. E • 1 ftU V ions S crvices \jltis lilceLcnd AGUDATH ACHIM. S305 Colling Av* Orthodox. 1 Sal 0 0 p.m • GUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Avi 'Orthodox. Riuin Isa.ic Ever. — • AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGATION 985 SW 6:th Ave. Orthodox. Cantor Israel Kerghner. — • ANSHE EMES. 2f>33 SW ith Ave. Conservative. Emanuel Kushelewitz. president. Cantor Solomon Pakuwitz. — • BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Conservative. Cantor William W. LiDson. 1 | 8 l i .iri.i 8:1.' |i m B< •: %  Da \ firm ordained rabbi, Rabbi Murt .. Ala el 111 be ttonoi ed for "• • %  111 n In the rabblnnte. Satunla) t Sermon: "'Jl>nr anil Dlehonor." ) r Mitsvah; Xed Marc, son t Mr. .. %  i Mrs Arthur Shamlloff, Rabbi eser A. Levl will conducl ;iii sera BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortno dox Rabbi Solomon Scniff. i in\ •: r;•. tti 8 3fl a m y inon '*Reaponalblllt> to E3du< J ncha ,; :30 p m. CANDLWGHTlMG TfMf 12 Iyar — 6:39 p.m. • TEMPLE BETH SH RH WOO SVV 120th st Reeonstructionist "• .. Morns Skoo. Cantor Herman Gott'ieb :MPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollv *ood 1725 Monroe St. Conservative TEf wood. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Ernest Sterner. Canto' BBBSMBM %  %  > u..." % %  "' = MPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase Ave Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromgh. Cantor David Conviser. %  n m >• n HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Plnetre. K. H-'> %  %  "'. X'-h'\ rah" d. Orthodox. Rabb. A.exander S / .In Forth^he T Gro f Ml and Mr* W, .—. I \ IT' Kaa Mltxvah KB el HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SiNAI 1201 *V" !" _,„,, j, ,.,,..,,., Btl Johnson st Consirvative Rabbi # David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah TEMPLE BNA SHOLOM. 16800 NW BETH ISRAEL. 711 4Cth St. dox. Rabbi Berel Wein. OrthoHeilbraun. a HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER. 8th St.. Homestead. Conservative Cantor Pincus Aloof. — a — SRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen Frld.i} •'. p in Haturdaj IS .1 m. Mln, ha |i in Bar Mitsvah Jeffn >. • Mr :. 11 1 Mra Edwin Pi eti man. JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY 22nd Ave Conservative. Rabbi S. M Machtei Cantor Abraham Reiseman. Pi .1 111 ;i.n %  ^ Vr N,.. jul Al >1MHI> Vou An A Jj inn Shabbal h< t< b> S gterlinod ..,. % %  • %  % % %  < 1 *' M %  h s,< il and Charh s. •"i>l Mi and .1 I, njamln 1' iblndi %  TEMPLE BETH TOV 6438 SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Greenwaid Irid i\ • %  %  % %  '• rmn Thi Pulun 1 'i St, 1, ...: III ..--'-• 11 -• SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave. vices Saturda) J a.ni S.-I fcETH JACOB 301-3-1 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Cantor Maurice 1 Mamches. BETH KODESH. 110' SW 12th Ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben-Ari. f ii;i\ gunnel (i %  i) a.n Sei h n "A Greal I lerol Stand — • — ETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. : 13630 W. Diie Hwy. Conservative. I Rabbi Richard Marcovitz. Cantor 1 Seymour Hinkes. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern. Friday 6 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. •11 Saturda) • % %  • .1 111 Si 1 • in..ii %  The 1 >i liodox 1' immunltj |i m. — • /.'. ^.'ii •'!' Mr and Mi H I r i Qoldstein; Mil hell, Bon of Mi < elte Paulson a • •NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St. Conge-'vative. Rabbi Harold Richter. I Cantor jack l.erner pm s.-in :. Refi J ... ; %  Sal rdaj 8 .1 in Sei nion i %  %  Week liar M i :• : ( Mr. and Mra A i ireak) M !. %  ha ,; : 3 p m — a CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF MIAMI. 1242 Washington Ave Orthodox. Rabbi Dov Rozencweig. — a FLAG'-ER GRANADA 50 NW 51st PI. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosenfeid Cantor George Goldberg. I %  Satui laj .. .t III B r i, sval Sai el. B4>n ol M .ml v r* ^ Jan In Agi unow Mli ii m — a FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801 ; E. Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabbi i Richard M. Leviton. vllAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Waslinaton Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Strassfeld. — • VIINYONAIRES CONGREGATION. 3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional. -a JHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Or Orthodox. Rabbi Phmeas Weber man S itui ilaj • %  Sermi'i I'rli ly Cleaill i i M Min. I i 6 II |i in • iEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 646 Colling Ave. Rev. Canter Sadi Nan miag. Pr .1 ) Mini ha 10 n m Sal irtln> N 3U II in. Sermon: K.i.th and Suiu-rBtltion • TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Conservat. ve. 1025 NE 183rd St., Miami Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Capian. Cantor Maurice Neu. i i ids • and • i p m Si i ition ins Lin lit \\ here %  .. i kneas I Sermol % %  Pin e i ilivf till."' I :.u Mitsvah R • rt, son • : Ml and Mi ( Milton K • %  — a —TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall Dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Ba.imgard. t-'i : %  : ii, >. %  i.. 'll.ii. \\ %  R ii to Pea — w TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. • iin Striuoi <;; %  ild • l.,i. full> Namlni n n Perlin, grand 1 OUR SPIRITUAL LEADERS Rabbi Berel Wein Of Beth Israel Rabbi Berel Wein is spiratual I) ter of Congregation Beth Israel if rn West >tli St, Miami Beach. I %  assumed the pulpit there on J \ 15. 1964. when he and his fam> moved from Chicago to Miami ,1 -uh Rabbi Wein is a native Chicago aim rii> di .13 i"< ,-,. degree trcm HVPqul Hniverin-^J|6ii. He was ;i pTJJOtieing TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St Reform. RabUi Jogeph R Narot. Kridi -' Til %  •• %  %  • y, • ,,f IMll U 111 I • — a TEMPLE JL'DEA. 320 Palermo Ave. Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morng Kip Orr I. ...... • ,,. : % %  SatII Mark %  I Mi and MT ii.ii %  %  /-• n %  • — • TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St Conservative Rabbi Mayer Abr.im wi|j Cantor Edward Klein. • : |i n Sermol \thi Houi %  Dm r '•-.' • -I l.s %  .•• %  • I Satuid:o S a.m. si in in I tion • i In i •• A i '•• %  Mltsvnl \\ ; -. • • \lr and Mm l*a> I I M %  — • TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th SI ano Titum Wate'way. Modern Tr.idi tional. Raboi Eugene Laboviti Cantor S.iul H. Breeh I 'i 1.,. • ;. in Folkia • ii 01 l> ih* Jev. \ nlMhini in 11ol the %  nin n %  • in %  i -i, with Itahhi i \ ii/. in .i "Youth Wn ntitti Knovi lirofi ran — • TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative 8755 SW 16tn St Miami Rabb' Samuel April Cantor Nico Peldman. l-'iiiliv R;3o p in St'"..' I >^ :. IMIlai k, .i nli r l Y. repn Rented l>j l^.1 I.ufiln ^^ ia11 in MM .-• Serninn %  11..I\ II illalial m Sii .i.r. • i Mitsvah Ai.in. gun : Mi ami Mi — a TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI 12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi Darnel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale :!3 |i in Rahhl I. >) i. \ lew I: % %  in ih. E n 'I > nl ihi Earth." nevi Btud.i i .i.-l i.> I l..w ,i: .i M Sachar — a TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB 95E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conaervative. l-'i iil:i> S:IJ |i.n Satupl. %  .. • TEMPLE ZAMORA 44 7amorg Ave Conservative Rabbi Hershel Brooks Cantor Ren Dichson. p. II .%  • '.. \ i %  I'm tli r the Wei -• %  II • %  • Mi iin a memorial blast of horns ." [2323 f,U: i oi .:,., tl) tn • 23 401 EMOR "And the Lord said unto Moses Speak the ns of Aaron, and saj unto them: Tbei ,. himsell for the dead among his people, except I I it is near unto 1, his mother, and for his fat r his son and for his daughter, and for his brother his sister a virgin They shall not take a won .. that i s a harlot, \ r one divorced, or %  i rofaned woman, or a harlot, the* not t.ke(lev 21.1314), No priest with a blemish proach the altar to offer a sat-rifiec the impure pru a not even approaeh the holy food nor eat it. No animal witl rjTemish might be an offering. The seasons of the holy convocations are then di i •The seventh day i.a sabbath <>f solemn rest ye sha nner of work In the Brat month, on the fourteenth at dusk is the Lords Passover on the fifteenth same month is the feast of unleavened bread hall eat unlcavene 1 bread" [Le\ 2336). The Festival of the First Fruits (Shavout) occurs oi tieth day after the first da> of Passover "In the seventh n the first day of the month, shall be a solemn rest unt i .emorial proclaimed with the blast of horns, a holy ,, nt Ye shall do no manner of servile work Bowbell on th. I v ol this seventh month is the day of atonement -I all afflict your souls and ye shall do no manner in thai same da) for it is a day of atonement, to make at or sou before the Urd your God On the fifteenth daj seventh n inth Is the feast of tabernacles (or seven day unto he Lord" l.e\ 23 L tad ye shall take you on the first day the fruit ol trees branch.,.t palm trees, and boughs of Ihick trees 0 the i rook, an I ye shall rejoice before the I o u is a statute for evei In your generations *n red unto the chil Iren of Israel the appointed seasons Lord" Lev 23.40-41, 44'. Thi* recounting of thi Wtekly Portion of the L.w is extracted and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15 Publisher il Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volumt is Joseph Schlang. THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT How Reform Views Rituals for the Dead By RABBI RICHARD M. LEVITON Temple Emanu-EI Fort Lauderdale Should Funeral practices and traditions be amended? Which funeral practices and traditions d 0 w %  • h ,i \ e in mind? Reform Judaism h .: s •, 1 r e a d y \ amended several practices and traditions For in stance, thi generally no oh• %  ) to having the body of the d< i • -i"i "lie in state" in .in open rut in at the homo of the %  !•. e ised or at the funeral the fun e r .i I RABBI IfV/rON TIFERETH ISRAEL. M)0 N. Miam Avt Consnyative. Rabbi H*nr> Wernick K .... VOUNC ISMALL <„o NE 17'.. SI Ortl Raoi sherwin St %  I RABBI BERfl WEIN the Hebri Kc idemj ol Gr r Miami Aside f. 1 con of the Beth Jacob* Hebrew Pa egati hi ictive in the Union i hial School in Chicago I Orthodox Jewi it Hal hi Wein wars married to Jackf America, the Orthodox Rabbin i Levin. Mesivta oi Greater Mi Of whom are currently attendwhere he is admit up! rz %  • %  Miami I • %  r before M -t i : jections to this are based u po n I Ikloristic grounds rather than on traditional .ii wish law Il Iso cu-t in irj. in !;••! ii ii coni i •. ional < emeteries, to use .ooden cask tor metal I %  and sometimes, in addi lion, .i concreti (vault is • m the i I" I ies nl Reform Horn Ihi toml tone m ill) m Ei lish • •I birth and ling tu the "common Reform Practices '• I the prat tice in r %  ings of the % mil) to h..'., them turn rave and return to thi ir when the prayers are con I but be f i, r e the prave Is tilled Thi custom of providin : watchers with the dead .it night ii frequently ob se r v ed however, relatlvi > relj up ern undertaking practici tect the bodies from i>"i ration. Sometimes at a Reft) funeral, professional ri employed These ,i" non-Jew a L'sualls. howe\ IT. I l the deceased an pallbearers Sometimes or other lose relatives eased are pallbean rs 11 ly, ,lew.-ii men serve ...d the funeral of a Chn Saying Kaddish It is ;, general Rel i. t to have [unerals at i ever, under certain ; %  when a bod) has lo am her cit) and the tl • iceasitatea that a sen al night in the cit) man died, funerals an i onducted at muht it is the ctastom for..:: • %  to rise together and foil mt ol the Kaddish b) ,,ii nU ition rises with thi Since in man) Refon tiona the entre com i for the reciting oi thi follows that man) parl lish whose p Us.i in the mi m< ri chiefl) on tl 1).,;. Ol V %  I pate w hose p irents s metimes I home o.in the : the burial lake • i roce lure i n the i dy inot I time, or if i 1 "' : I cremated Special the dedication ol a to i • wkW i ved m R regations while s n late at sux h I neralh deemed Bllffil Continued on Page 13C



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Friday. May 14. 1965 *Je*lst) rhrktiar Page 13-C How Reform Views Rituals for the Dead live Committee gathers for the first meet: the Sephardic Jewish Center Youth Left to riqht are Loises Malki. vice Eno Nahmias. treasurer; Violet Venresident; Salvador Behar. vice president; Fanny Behar, vice president; and Estrella Mitrani. secretary. The qroup will meet regularly at the Center. 645 Collins Ave. Eligible are young people age 14 to 24. k '' %  Ma .' •" I '" 'a lily •> %  K T r airs. •< ;\ hip" I '<• f was ,. Jewish Community Relatior uncil "DA'CA SALE MirT'-N ..n S y 27 AT f-OOH F o r -''rt'n 9 n „< H i M... i-rAPD 0 "' •> Sly*, t • Obect. M*4 Masweri ••>•. Mjp, S-o'l M "sMUlPM *** rO D M %  Md v (lie the Reform affiliations of so many American Jews with their devotion to the welfare 11 the Jewish people in general, and to Israel in particular." He added, "To the average educated Israeli, the Re term movement is not a school of thought in Judaism, and an affirmation nl it. but ;in elegant e from it." Abramov asserted that this has resulted in a "Kulteurkampf in Israel," h,.h "has been raging t r >i ars between the religious, that is, the Orthdox, and the 'irreligii us,' or secularist -. It has :i a one-sided 'Kampf in that tin'irreligious' imanj oi whom, if not the majority, long tor the emergence of a meaningful interpretation of Judaism! have failed to offer a religious alternative to orthodoxy, and have confined their ride of the struggle to resisting those impositions of Orthodoxy which are repugnant to their sense of justice, morality and Jewish unity. "The result of the 'Kampf has been a polarization of forces, where those unable to abide by Orthodox practice are inescapably pushed into the fold of the utterly irreligious. "Consequently, that resentment at a militant and obscurantist Orthodoxy is transformed to resentment against Judaism as a religion." Abramov affirmed. "This development threatens (linger not only to the future v.f Is rael, but to Diaspora Jewry as well." Abramov concluded. Continued from Page 12 C nember of the family reads the pi ayer provided in The Union I'rayer Book Vol. I. Reform Judaism has no religious objection to autopsy. Whether an autopsy is to be performed or not is left to the decision of the family. Individuals of priestly descent Kchanim) do not hesitate to attend funerals and go to the grave;ide with other Israelites. The Orthodox custom of immediite burial (whenever possible on 'he day of death 1 is not strictly adicrid to. The body is generally embalmed and kept for a day or two jr even more if it is necessary to vait for the arrival from a distant eitj. of a close kin of the departed. Popular Customs The body is buried in ordinary clothes, rarely in a shroud, as was the older custom Cremation is occasionally practiced and the ashes buried in the family plot or in a single grave. The popular custom to turn the mirrors to the wall or to cover hem in the room where the body lies or here the deceas '


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Pa Page 14-C t*mi positions in a dim an Mah'in I r's tail n tor r< li ction in Group ed i the June 1 election Paul Grand nl "i the i\ itan Club <>i Miami Beach and past commander "i the Jewish War eterana North Si* re Post, was •amed campaign co-chairman by ludge Englander Grand is a mornol the Florida !'•. r committee TII the unauthorized practice <>t lawis past 111• U •• nl the IWV Department ol Florida. He Marilj n, In <• .n 1907 Judge Englander also named Henry Goldberg, former district chancellor of thp Knights of Pys as North Shore chairman. i I activi%  and re Men's Clubs Open Parley Kl LMESHA LAKE, N Y Jl \ With more than Too delegates in i epresenting 350 Conative congregations, the Na i Fe teration of Men's ( 'Iub6 tpened here this week it36th an nual convention. S. David Roseniweig, gave the opening address MAIV!N fNCl/lNDfff LEGAL NOTICE FLORIDA 8 : TO CREDITOR! %  ^ v. vv %  ItlH • i mill rili %  II,. Count) • % %  ivili • ii. i • %  %  i : in M > \ LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOI • ION 1%: IU'H IT FOR DIVORCE i: i'SUM \ : I I I klt.X MI:I: %  %  %  LEGAL NOTICE IN THE C.RCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY NO. 65C 5055 S %  %  NOTICE TO APPEAR %  %  % % %  n •!. ,i.|. %  : •-' %  !,!. 1. KH.1 %  • -. .1. \ i %  •. v II p< 1--.1,i-lalmlng • %  .,i I • till.nl Inti • in. MI h.-n upon ih. folio* h -%  I. .-. rlbi %  n II in nperty, l> Ins i ml being HI l 'mi, County, l.i. I..-U il ]...i •;. in 111... k 2. til NORTH LIBV C! TV l iui^ l.. Ill, I'l.lt %  % %  : !• % % %  %  i. i.-.l in l'l.,i Ho. % %  : %  77. -f th. I--il.il i;.-.,.f Hadi % %  r'lurldn Tol" \l:i: HBRBIIY Xl ITII IED Unit a pr< -liiiL : % %  qulel '.' i.. ha* b IKIII in 11.. r • lurl I In* Eli i-i-nth .1 ii.ii. i.ii iv ull. I i lor •! i .i title .i. -. .,||, ,. ...II.,!. t nil in -.II. i Xttori tlul'onl with Ih* • f-.il KI> al County, i: HI • i HERMAN u • U I \l I.VM XX I %  Emcrvj-EI Yc uth C!ose S'ndfty i \ i I z. Wendy \ % %  Jaj irer. David.-i Lack; parlia lariai Vi i Lev) LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 66695 A •ii XUI.IJLEVEXHoX i % %  %  NOT.CE TO CREDITORS Hav, in. .iI > Said i. i ..ii.l %  %  i i %  ., I '.lll.lv M|,. | %  I -• -. ,., .11 VRI.RX I.KVEXSON. I I %  %  I I %  IV %  %  : %  %  %  NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 65C 1728 i-l.lll-i 'III' WEEKS, Plaintiff, v.-. i ;KI ilti'.lA WEEKS, 11. (.aidant, SUIT FOR D.VORCE in flEORUIA WEBKS I:.->I.I. in • I'nknown Vou, tlEoKUIA WEEKS, are hereto notified thai n lllll ..f Col for Irtvorei baa been lil%  i anataat i,.I > ..„ are rnull • i to r\ i of j .. ii Al RW -i' "i" I 'I.-.i.lint I.Bill of (" ii ii il,,I'l lint%  •-.,ton %  VXKi 'Kl' H KRAMER, "ii. Uut-oln Road Building, c.:, i I and llli il,,,i At KXVel nl l'ladlnf in 'I"' h. i si h 'l-i j of i ..in. : •• %  i If you fall to do no, )ud| iiKiilnal for l i i''l in Ihe 1,1 %  ii,:-,. • % %  • ,M k:, THE IBW ISH r*l I iltlDIAN i %  : VNH till lEREI %  Hi Miami. H.iIII May. A.l) L.EATHERMAS, I %  %  li> iI' Col'El.ASH. %  ik < \.\l-i IRII II KM \M I Ml. I V l %  I'lullltlff .. I N t roi\i Jl.nr,i IN AND FOR DAP FLORIDA IN PP' No. 66428-B I N II NOTICE TO cm D %  %  kCtl l>ai -,.,,II.,-. Ins clairoij or Ueinandn Analinsi -,.:.i K-iiii. ^ "i .ii • hi !• l.\ in.i ii i. .1 .,,,.I r quired in pi.-. nl an} elainm %  i i ni.-iinU whli'll you ma} li \. -ILunht tin extate uf Wll.l.lwi DEER, de%  en %  .1 late ..t l ladi i 'ount} i'ito Hi. i "ount}' -Fii.lt:. ..| I ... ty, and til, the same in duplii-ali and a.-|ii -.\ ii. <1 in Section 7 %  : I in. l-'l%  Ida Btai ii.-. in ili. II.,' • iin, i Ijf I'l n 1 '.. I. ... I 1.1... v nliin KIX ilendar nn thitlnn %  %  %  iiulilii llnl Ihe Kami I tat t-tl al Miii da) of Api II, i I %  KTIIEI. UEEII A; 1 the .1 SMITH .\ MAXIH I 11} Han i ii Sn x '' %  • i\ l"7 Mm In It.I %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S CO! PT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66445-C IN III' HA III 111A 11 l NOTICE TO CREDITORS II... %  %  you %  • inunilH w m.i} ha vi HARUARA III tI-.I l.l. ,,.... 11}. Honda. 1 %  I i'-'i-'i ..i Miami, l-'i. daj .,1 April UUJAN I -I-:I I:I; %  iiii\ Hi. nl da ol Iprll B ..I.W I.I COHEN i A <;'"">-H for IJ| N %  "> %  liaml i'i l/SS-M J/7-il NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAV% Ni %  %  IN IN XI. llooK lilSTRIIICTORH ISC .i Pla Corp "71 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 65C 4-130 XIAX I A' 'I H-.-i iN Plaint HI. Cl. XIH %  %  -v • li.f, SUIT FOR D VORCE -. .\ %  i II I.E.XTII UMAX %  11} K M HT.M.XX I%  : M.I-.I T .'In IV Stlei I:. ., I HI Attorni-) f..r l-l.iiniiff 4/30 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No 65C 434t> iLeei l.l ON VRH XI l--|;l|-|.|.\\i, ,„., III I' x I'UIKIU.AXIi, In. I \ JENN1I Holt/ KEI.I.ISo Hi-fi %  .'E NDED NOTICE E.Y PUBLICATION Si I I "%  i I I PI Ell M. XI \\ 1 I HA Ruad I I %  %  : damanded VTHERMAN I MAN J HAVrnUEUA dlna 5/7-11-21-21 IN THE COUNTY JUDl. 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v May 14, 1965 *• Jen 1st fhridHan LEGAL NOTICF (HCblT COURT OF THE i JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF • %  i N AND FOR DADE .TV IN CHANCERY No 65C 4695 || S'ATHAN ,;. • \\ It in • %  ... • .'. I '. N I U K\ k V '.! %  %  1,1 %  : ... ilmli nil .ii\ IUJK I' KUJi IT i n r K1.MOT1 I:I i.n • %  ]r i %  Iheti I %  %  dm %  SA II" IL.M \ II 11' %  .\11 %  I I:.--I.I:I: .% \\ -, \ %  %  • I. .!.• |{ V LEGAL NOTICE 1 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER F CTITIOUS NAME LAW XuTICK IS IIKItKIM WYKX lh;il • i -T \ \ I i \ l: I %  l i RKKXKKI! • iti-n v K UK IS II v \ I ltd Hli i %  dll 'It. I:• • llll bo> • • r : til I" here.... ..I NOTICE OF SUIT OR LR OF PUBLICATION •\ 11(1 'U :,. I ..-'. %  unriei the l. .I-I Will -i.in.. • %  \i • i: it ..w IN' I.. Kalle Streel SKVVKX., Ilviirinl or %  %  .. I ii *' llll is Milk n himi nrnmn, ., • • h uniej i" llvlnic, and if • • ul, .,:: ... Ui, II di %  \. ...lailn II pin Umm ••! i in • mil i < iRi %  r r I.I,. %  i %  i 'i. %  in %  v ... v I'll H1KKN uml .... • mil ni HI. i .ill-H.l ,.| ;.,. ml%  -ini: i.n M, I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No 6SC-4445 iN \ 1.1 • i; -.i.iil .in.I lltVIN K i > RA i H i I. ;. • i • I • f %  -11.. IH SMITH AXP Ki'HAi %  |..,iT Hlu I ill MAR\ IN Ki I:IN i;.u;\ I IHTH Ml I'/., -i .i i .. ...ii. .iniNOTICE OF SUIT :• %  • MARVIN K I.I:IN '. ..i • \. ,. •> HAKXKTT il "I'll VRT/. .... i;i. ii i •.,k%  .'.,. s YOI vi:i: HKRKI \ Nl iTIKIKI i Ihul Il li.i I h) I i.N'A I.I • '. SMI I'll .in. I I ll\ IN kultAi II i .... ..SMI ill L\|i KulUi'H i.nin. i %  >iili>. I-UMwha nli "K In. Ii h i.Im.n • %  I t.i bond, .. ,i. .. %  in uffli ).,i i;. ,i. i %  %  Florida ,,|| .<: %  I • \\ II %  I' CATS IN THF COl'NTv II or.c s rrl RT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTS FLOR DA IN PROBATE No. 66680 B IN KI: i .. ,-. 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W* appreciate your patronage and guaranty* accurate service al legal rales Dial I It 3-4G05 for messenger serrlc* LEGAL NOTICE N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THf ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU T OFLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 65C 4003 l"HK V\ II.I.IAMSHI'RilH SAVIXCS IANK K KN N I'll i I: liiil'tiH %  NOTICE OF SUIT Y • || %  Dt) I i %  SCOTT I.AK! I'.II: • • .1 r h I-1..IR, I. • '. VVJI 11 V\'i • VI • HMI '' %  I'. I, • %  %  ; „ I: li ul i •.i. I. ... %  i... in Ills: IKU IMI II HKIIH VN ty. i %  •: I-I.I within -i\ ..,!. n.i.ii n : iiIMINK \NI. ,i:i.i:i;i:i. .,, \i hi i • .i oi the -urn. ill be I ... i %  r M i i • %  • Sll >.N K\ \\ • 'I.IN .\ Am h.it. I I ; %  ill, .ill.in ..• • %  I.n ..1 Mm. HAH n >.\ ri'Ki.i. \ i ;.,i ni.. fui Sidni H I >u|M>nl I'l.iz.i i 'i in. i i 1!>( April A.I i: K li: VTHKRM VX I il v'uiirt, I '...I.. ',,uii i H> K M I.VMAN I %  ; ty Clerk HBN I.AWSi N i '.uiMiim l tt'l'.l HI Kiel SI • • \l llll i ;... 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Pige 16-C +Jcnist ncriMur i Friday, May 14, 1965 for loving remembrance that endures MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY • PERPETUAL CARE FUND NOW EXCEEDS* $ 200,000 III *•* ..=-:;,-— *££<* a, ** J *nu A r y 20 '96s '••o,, o every cent of which is dedicated to preserving the beauty of Miami's finest Jewish cemetery Naturally, you will devote much time and serious consideration to the selection of a permanent Burial Estate for your family. That's why it is so important to know about Miami's finest and oldest Jewish cemetery Mount Xcbo. Over S200.000.00 is now in its Perpetual Care Trust-fund, for which The First National Bank of Miami acts as trustee. This fund is steadily increasing and is the largest of its kind owned by any exclusively Jewish cemetery in Miami. It guarantees you a Burial Estate in surroundings that will always be maintained at the highest level of beauty and perfection. OVER 7.000 JEWISH FAMILIES REPRESENTING OADE COUNTY'S FINEST. HAVE ALREADY WISELY SELECTED BURIAL ESTATES IN MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY. ^ 33126 entl '^ n: eta" "Oh Con ;/ rea <4i^ nd you 0 eutt ££** ** c ti 0ft "e ne taxed or %  1/1 il fni ilcln 11 is nun assessable. lien and judgment proof MOL'N I NEBO Is ( I v ["RALLY I OCATEO li is easily and quickly reached, Whcihci vuu come In l>us 01 drive >i>ur cat. you'll find it accessible. x MOI VI NEBO is FIRMLY ESTABLISHED Miami's oldest exclusively Jewish cemetery ha foi yean been J place of solace, inspiration and beaut \. A*V ygpgjm* f >•*o CEMETERY I rida \' ill information on Fi Name Add rest Ciii /one State 13 0


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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
May 14, 1965

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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Full Text
"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 38 Number 20
Miami. Florida, Friday, May 14, 1965
Three Sections Fnce 20tf
U.S. Studies
Soviet Jews
In Hill Quiz
V *&3!**
-,-.-
18 NATIONS OfftR APPEAl
PAGE 8A
Israel displays its powerful deterrent force be-
fore 500.000 cheerina Israelis and foreiqn ob-
- :vers :n the Independence Day Parade in
Tel Aviv. Shown is a battery of Hawk super-
sonic cTOund-to-air missiles acquired from the
United States and made operative last month
as c key element >n Israel s air defense.
Ground crewc for the F^wk mi"--; were
trained at Ft. Bliss. Tex. (Photo by JTA).
Israel Deterrent Power On
View in Anniversary Parade
ESHKOl REVEIWS ACHIEVEMENT PAGE 5 A
Ihl. AVIV i JTA i A half
million spectators hailed Israel's
n ihtarj power displayed this week
m the sevente nth Independence
Da> "; hux lied jet and
transport pUnes roared overhead
.ml 300 military vehicles rumbled
Hie parade route with the
hundreds of marchers.
American made Hawk anti-air-
craft missiles. West German anti-
aircraft funs and Mark :>i Sherman
Orthodox Chief Raps
Pressures on Vatican
A.YtNDMtHTi ARE STUDIED PACE V-A
tOnOPlAL ATTACKS Df/CIDE PAGl 9-A
Special Report
..
i'i'RK -l Fcuer-
I nion of
\ Jev. ish Cot regal ns of
n ; resentin | over .i.1""1
lea ni the United 51
rk sc ire l sharp
1 secular agt ncies w hick
lor theok>
;iii() dot trinal amend-
i the I atti !'<. clergy
-. i i the Bcume
recent!) i
w -, 'i 11 wl i h wived
the I cf deicide
sp | i e ore i 000
1 dinner i
the Nev. York Hilton
Feuerstem maintained that
the Jewish secular pre^s-re
groups render a great disservice
to tha welfare or Jewry by engag-
Continued on Page II-A
tanks. as well as French nuns, wore
put i*n display foe the first time.
Thousands o) tourists were among
the watchers, many of whom had
. ted patiently all through the
night to get good viewing spots.
Trie parade opened with mo
torized columns. Jteps, flagbear-
ers, |eep-mcunted recoilles guns,
fcHewed by armored troop car-
riers, armored cars of the border
pc'ice, artillery columns and
i ided anti-tank missiles from
France. Tank units included
French. American and British
weapons.
Then I v Ca lets I
infantry troops
I
,: \ i.ii ;-: ce .nil i
- md signal units and i
'! h .iir dis| a) began ith si\
Continued on Page 5-A
WASHINGTON i JTA i Hear-
on dis riminalion against Jews
in the Soviet Union were started
here this week by a subcommittee
of the House Foreign Allans Com-
mittee, while the State Depart
ment Indicated that it has aban-
doned its recently expressed policy
of non-objection to a resolution by
Congress condemning Soviet anti-
Semitism.
The State Department, in a let-
ter ;o Rep. Leonard Farbstein. a
m< mber of the House Foreign Af-
fairs Committee, said that formal
government intervention" with the
I'SSR was undesirable. The letter,
dated May 5. was signed by Doug
las Mac Arthur 2nd. who Is Assist-
ant Secretary of State for Congres-
sional relations. The State Depart-
ment expression followed reports
that the Soviet I'nion has filed
- rong diplomatic protests with the
l s Government against the tacit
support of the proposed Congres
sional resolution announced b> the
D partment several weeks ago
Mr. MacArthur did not openly
Continued on Page 8-A
'PETTY DEALINGS'
Bonn Delay
On New Ties
Raises Fears
J K R ISA LEM (JTA -
Premier Lev! Bshkol, in a pOUl ed
reference to West German dela In
ratifying diplomatic relations !>e-
tween West Germany and is. .-.-I.
said this week Israel "expected that
Bonn would not indulge in p
dealings" In acting on the matter.
lie made the comment to group
of visiting West German Journal its.
The Premier's office has not
concealed its apprehension over
the West German delay in ra"f'-
cation of the expected joint an-
Continued on Fare 6-A
Europe* Loaders Hear
Talk on Spanish Jews
Goldmann Urges Support
Of Bourguiba's Proposal

JERUSALEM <''! V
in | ed I -
ek to enlist w< rid Ji wrj ii a
, int effort to us< "the breat h in
th* wall
i nisiai Pr dent H
: in itemi nts
\i. state
ith Isr pei i
a i .:. mist lei ud t
thi I inisian Pr ii
, time had not yel arrived for
, p t>p Fals
But, he added, the significance
of the proposals was perhaps
historical in that for the first time
a recognized Arab leader had
taken a stand envisaging a peace-
ful settlement of the Arab-Israel
cc iflict.
In n Isi world Je
< ., n
was a widcl)
.-. si n which the \ states
, ; m | in their anti-
Continued on Paoe 12-A
SELS JTA) A predi :
tion !: t the spantsn iovernment
ild on f llov. n- recognition
ie Madrid Jewish communit)
v. th similar legal status for the
ilu .1. ,'. ish communities
In made here this week
Max Mazin, president of the
Mrdrid community.
I!.- made the prediction at a
ting of the Standing Confer-
11 ce of European Jewish Com-
munit) Services The meeting was
. n. nd d b) representatives f
i. \u.-h communities ol 13 countries
directors >! r Jewish in-
atio: al welfare organizations
Dr. Astorre Mayer, president of
th? Ml .in Jewish Community and
chairman of the Conference, an-
roerced that Milan wo'jld hence-
foilh be the representative of the
Council of Spanish Jewish Conv
munities. The Council is com-
Continue* on Page 7 A
JOSIPH M. l/PTON
Lipton Elected President of Federation
AlOSfJ /. mutsTim
Joseph M Lipton has been nom-
inated as next prcsidi nt of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa
tion.
David P Ca'-nian. chairman of
the Federation Nominating < >m
rrlttee, announced Wednesday
that Upton is scheduled to
ceed Sidney Lefconrt. now
phM of Federation, the Greater Miami
Jewish community's central phil
anthropic budgeting and planning
agency.
Lipton is president of Dade
Federal Savings and Loan As-
sociation and a vice president of
Federation. He served as Com-
bined Jewish Appeal chairman
for the 1961 campaign rx) has
also served as campaign vice
chairman, in the Savings and
Loan and Finance Divisions, the
Initial Gifts Division, and in
every important facet of the
CJA campaign and of Federa-
tion.
Lipton was a member of :he
seventh United Jewish Appeal
Study Mis-ion to Home and Israel,
which took place in October. 1W0
He was alsx) appoint'. 1 to the na-
tional United Jewish Appeal com-
mittee for community activities In
observance of the UJA's 25th in
Continued on Page 10-A


Pcge 2-A
* imitf fhrkftor
Friday, May 14
Temple Israel to Honor Dr. Joseph Narot
Sunday for 25th Year in the Rabbinate
Ji seph !'. \. rot, r ibbi of
pie [si ael ol Greater Miami.
nored by his congrega
i : Sun lay n i the occasion
<: ; ersary in the rah
l
\ nner dance at he Dupont
v i witness the
i -taJlation ol Sam Luby Sr., as
i -! lent of Greater Miami's sec-
ond i Id -! congregation, Mrs Mor-
i I Gn rii' as preside ;.i "l the
E sterhood, and Pa il Barnett, pres
i en! i I the Men'.- Club.

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SAM LUBY, SR.
Orda jraduation
the
cinnati in 1940, Dr Narot served in
Atlanl c itj 10 year years
I
l It in 1950. He '\ iM be honored bj
alma ma i i Maj 29 with an
i Docti r ol
: :>. ha\ ing earned his docti i
ale in Hebrew Letters in 1946
Since coming to Miami, Dr.
Narot has seen his Reform Jewish
congregation grow from several
hundred families to 1,400 and be-
come the largest synagogue of
any denomination in the South.
Active in the community, he has
served as president of the Wel-
fare Planning Council, and is a
member of the Community Rela-
tions Board and of the Economic
Opportunity Program, both by ap-
pointment of the Metro Commis-
sion. Next Saturday night, May
22, he will be chairman of the
annual dinner of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation.
The tribute to Dr, Narot will be
delivered by AJvin Cassel, chair-
ii';.ii ol the Economii Opportunity
Program Hoard, and a member !
Temple Israel's Board ol Trustees
Mi s. Bernard S: -vens ha pri .. areel
. :. original program as part ol the
entertainment
Mrs. Le ipo d I. S c h w ar t z is
ii man ol tin dii ni r committi i
" hich inclu les Leonard Abi -
DR. JOStPH R. NASOT
Myron Behrman, Elliott D. Bin-
menthal, Mrs Joseph Bulbin, \l
vin Cassel. Jesse Casselhoff, Dr.
Paul .1 Furl ng, Ji seph Garfield,
Hon Richard Gerstein, Sam A
Goldstt in, Mi George \ Graham,
Nathan s Gumenick, A .1 Harris
Kai ner, J Gerald Lewi?
field, Sam C Leven
- 'ii \!;.\ Meisel, Sie Mcndelson,
Ii d Mogul Mj x Orot it/. Wai
(toesinj \v o
R n, Mr>. .lull .. ->
' in H Bus
Robci' \ nold Seeder. V\ il
5
Harold >tai M "
Mrs Sydm iliti
ii
American Jewish Press
Association Maps Confab
CELEBRATF ISRAEL
INDEPENDENCE DAY .
BUY AN ISRAEL BOND
Moyshie Friedberg 538-4969 1
\ CITY JTA) The
.American Jewish Press \ ciation
hold its 22nd anniversary con-
on at Atlanta Ga from Maj
Morris Janoff. publisher
oi 'in Jewish standard hero, and
sident <>i the organization, an-
nounced this week
The convention will be the first
held in the South by the organiza-
tii ii of English-Jewish weekly news-
paper publishers and editors. Serv-
ing as hosts will be the five South
ern number papei-: the Southern
Israelite, of Atlanta; the Jewish
Flondian of Miami; the Nashville
(Term.) Observer; the Texas Jew-
ish Post, of Ft. Worth-Dallas; and
the Hebrew Watchman, of Mem-
phis, Tenn.
A feature of the convention
will be a dinner at the Atlanta
Jewish Community Center joint-
ly celebrating the 40lh anniver-
sary of the Sou'hern Israe'ite
nd the Hebrew Watchman. Rep-
res, r.tjtives of the Atlanta and
c Southern Jewish common-
' s 'he dinner and
the role cf the English-
es press.
Dimer ai ongements are being
le by Dr Nathan Blass, chair-
of the Atlanta Jewish commun-
hospitality committee, and
Adolph Rosenberg, publisher <>t the
Southern Israelite and convention
chairman. Business sessions of the
convention will be held at the
Cabana Motel.
Philip Slomovitz. editor and pub-
lisher of the Detroit Jewish News,
and founder of the organization,
will lead the publishers in dis-
cussion of newspaper problems.
ELECT JOE
MALEK
TO CITY COUNCIL
termites
s* -
all
year'rouM
T

LVER 1-B
A farmer named Angus McTerry,
Claimed he raised purple cows in his dairy!
All the people said "Fie!"
And they laughed fit to die...
As they drank purple milk and were merry.
Zion Teachers To be Honored

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Mrs Seena Ii
M Selaini B< naim,
an Mrs I
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OJTH1IIT PLOHIDA OAIRT INSTITUTE
CP, vc .,.
Mr Harold Mi nnelst.
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JULES PEARLMAN. A.SJV. &ft.
SeniO' Member American Soc Pty of Apprjsfft
icmber M imi <*1 M !. Gra *i Bond o* Rta tci
ESTATES
\ 1015 So,bold
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CONDEMNATION-PARTITION -FINANCING
REAL APPRAISALSESTATE
Ph ft 9 3619
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MIAMI BEACH HAS HAD PROGRESS
WITH PROSPERITY WITH HYMAN GALBUT
ON CITY COUNCIL THE PAST 2 YEARS
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mi Beach since th.
1930 s. He is mar
has 4 so.is who attend Me-
sivta and the Hebrew Acad-
emy. He belongs to B,
raol and Beth Jacob Syna
gogoes. Secretary of Heorew
Academy. Member: Greater
Miami Cemetery Assn. Mem-
ber: Greater Miami Hebrew
Free Loan Assn Board Mem-
ber: Chesed Shel Ernes,
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mosl beautiful chapel th unsur-
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in Loral habl< 5, Miami Beach ami Nortli Dado Uuul.\...
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That is why so many families ask Riverside to Like chargo
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FUNERAL DIRECTORS
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Friday, May 14. 1965
+Jewlst fhrHlur
Paqe 3-A
Plans Finalized for Appearance Monday
Of Dr. Prinz at AJCongress Meet
lie! Meiselman, Tobias Simon, Irv-
ing West in and Trudy Hammer-
s( hla
Mrs Joseph Albuquerque, presi-
deni of Louise Wise Chapter, Mary
S Oohen, executive vice president,
Mesdamae Louis Cohen, Morris Col-
ton, Sam Herder, Saul Ponerauta,
Joseph White, vice presidents, and
Mesdames Isabella Slavitt, Lsidor
VIrs S ia Silvers, president of
Ctii pter, American Jew ish
( on "d Mrs Harold Druker,
chairman i the Wo-
ision, are making final
increments for the cemmunity-
meeting featurinc I>r .loach
,,: | 11 sidents of Major Amer-
ican Jewish Organitattona and na-
> nnal preaideait of American Jew-
ish Congress, on Mondaj evening,
i Lido Hotel.
1> Print, who IMS recently rc-
, i foam West Germany where
lu at I hi' m\ it. lion of \\ i st
m sfi -or Willie Brandt and the
I Berlin Senate, ill speak on
How Nrt i> the New Germany?"
lor the evening will be
Kroaish. spiritual had
It r. in Sholom, nation
idenl "i American Jew-
bii i p esidenl <<( thi
da < o incil
A special presentation, the
Giaoh: History of the Jewish
Hentact Award, will be made to
Bernarc S. Mandler, chairman of
ttie So.'* Florida Commission on
Law arc Social Action, in rec-
ognition of his outstanding work
with pi -ticular reference to the
Dade County Prayer and Bible-
Readinc Case." The award is be-
ing masts under the sponsorship
ot Th* Jewish Floridian and Jo-
seph Schlang, president of the
Graphic History of the Jewish
Heritac*.
mi nf the committee work
Mrs Silvers and Mrs
iker
Mrs Lee lard Sidcrsky, president
aym hapter; Mesdanes s>
cese v. ,iliijni Brown, Jerrj Du-
pn sidents Biscavne, and
liesdan a Hen Wcintraub. Knth
LevinsoB Albert Zuokerman, .lean
n Irene Pexlyn, Rose
Greek M i ne Levin, Julian Frank.
\ \uaTensiein, Fred Bruce
and Sydm Kudnn-k
\h i Jonas and Mr- liar
\ ice presidents, Justine
. nd Mcsdames Sam Lein-
it. Maurice Cann. Sam-
Baum, Rose Roth, Anne Tanen-
baum, Lillian Townsend, Sadye
Raymer, Lillian Hersch, Anne Tep
per. Eva Blum, Elizabeth Leibo-
wits, Nat i rial. Gertrude Mogul
and Rose Dubin.
Mrs Victor R >iss, Irving Quar-
' hi and Louis Gold, vice presidents,
Miami Chapter, Mrs Benjamin
Kamen, n. tional vice president and
vice president of Miami Chapter,
and Mesdames Edward Goldstein,
Isaac Weinberger, Anne Heiden.
rich. Samuel Rosenstein, Pearl
Bress, Fred Klein. Irving Quartin,
Sam Pencbanaky, Fred Weiss, Rus-
'IN STRENGTHENING JEWISH LIFE'
Bernard Mandler Named to Receive
Award for Top AJCongress Achievements
Bernard S Mandler ha- been se ,
let-ted ii> the smith Florida Coun-
"i the Amel nan Jew ish <
. i ess tn reci i\e the Graphic His
ii j nt the Jewish Heritage Award
The av ard is being made under
hip t i he Jew .-Ii Flo
ml:.ir and Joseph Schlang presi
dent nt the Graphic Historj oi the
Jew ish llent.i. e i indation
Mandler has been selected "in
recognition of his outstanding
achievement as chairman of the
Commission on Law and Social
Action of the Southeast Region,
American Jewish Congress, in
strengthening Jewish life and ad-
vancing the frontiers of freedom
for all Americans."
Mandler is past president of the
Little River Lion- Club, director of
the Miami Beach Bar Association,
member Of the American Bar As
. it ion. Dade Bar Asaeciatii n and
Miami Beach Bar Association, and
member of the Board of Directors
nt Temple Beth Shirah He is a
graduate of the UiuVersit) of Mi-
ami Law School
The presentation ili i>e made at
;. community-wide meeting Monday,
May IT at the Dll.ldo Motel, u hell
the national president of American
Jewish Congress, Df Joachim
Prinz, will report on his recent vis-
it to West Germany
sell Winer. Morris Janowitz, Bessie
Vronoff, Walter Hanover, Ellen
Green, Louis Laden. Jeanette stern.
Bertha Gmbman, Mary Mn'ten
stein, Ceil Greenberg, Helen Beck
er. Ann Fisher.
Also Mrs Harvej F Kramer,
president, Women's Division. Mes
dames .lack Shapiro. Irving Kap
Ian, vice president-. Women's Di .
vision, and Mesdames Leo c. stem-
1 l I and Irene IVrlyn
Also on the committee are the fo| m
lowing officers and members of a
the South Florida Council: Rabbi
Jonah E, C'aplan. .lack D Gordon .
and Mrs. David Miisk.it. vice pres-
ident, and Joseph N'evel. Rabbi
Morns Kipper. Mrs. Harold Jaf- *
fer, Mrs Anna Brenner Meyers.
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Tribut to Dr. Narot
Temple Israel of Greater Miami will honor
its spiritual leader. Dr. Joseph Narot, at cere-
monies Sunday on the occasion of hi3 25th
anr..versary in the rabbinate.
The function will also install into office
Sarr. Luby Sr., as president of Temple Israel.
Since his arrival in Miami to assume the
Temple's pulpit, Dr. Narot has worked ardently
for a variety of causes, civic, educational and
religious, dedicated to the total betterment of
the community.
His name has been amonq the leaders in
bringing distinction to Greater Miami, whether
as an architect of the Metro Community Rela-
tions Board, as a spokesman in behalf of phil-
anthropic causes, or in the capacity of vocal
supporter of those movements constituted in
behalf of qeneral advancement of human wel-
fare.
Dr. Narot's identification with Jewish or-
qcmizational endeavor is leqion. He is known
nationally for his writinq on subjects, amonq
others, concerninq the Jewish cultural and re-
ligious philosophy his pulpit represents.
Throuqhout his tenure here, Temple Israel
has qrown in the liqht of these activities, takinq
vigor from his contributions. Both the Jewish
and qeneral communities, as well as Temple
Israel, will join Sunday in payinq tribute to Dr.
Narot. That on May 29 he will receive an hon-
orary Doctor of Divinity deqree from the He-
brew Union Colleqe-Jewish Institute of Reliqion
is indicative of his personal drive toward con-
tinuinq rabbinic achievement.
'First' for Miami Rabbinate
Rabbinical Association of Greatei Mi
was to hold its annual forum a:
Thursday at Temple Beth Sholom. with :-
Harold Gordon, executive vice president of I
New York Board of Rabbis, as quest speakei.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan, spirituc! leader of
Temple Adath Yeshurun. assumes the presi-
dency of the orqanization, succeedma Dr. Her-
bert Baumqard, of Temple Beth Am.
This year's event is a "first'' in that the
annual affair has been opened to the Jew
community leadership with an eve toward
makinq the orqanization's pui poses better
known.
The Rabbinical Association was founded
in the mid-1930's to promote fellowship amonq
the rabbis, to advance the reliqious and com-
munal needs of Greater Miami Jewry and to
enhance the total community welfare.
In these capacities, the association em-
braces spiritual leaders of all branches of Ju-
daism, participates in interqioup and inter-
faith affairs, sponsors a variety of tele\
proqrams and, particularly in the recent
has been involved in such problems as civil
rights, juvenile delinquency, fami'..
reliqion in the schools, and interreligious u
standinq.
To make our community s rabbinate more
immediately close to those it serves, t!
ation has now qone one step further v
schedulinq of this week's annual for i
ing. It is a "first" deservmq commei'
Dr. Prinz to Visit Miami
Dr. Joachim Prinz will be in Miami next
week. The national president of the Amer-
ican Jewish Conqress, and recently ei
chairman of the Conference of Presidents o!
Major American Jewish Organizations, will be
quest speaker at a community-wide proaram
Monday eveninq at the DiLido Hotel.
,r J; PrinZ recen,1Y returned from a trip to
West Germany at the invitation of Mayor Willy
Brandt. The Monday meetinq should be of
exceeding interest, particularly because Dr
Prinz will be able to report in retrospect on the
condition of that nation today.
For Dr. Prinz served as a Jewish commun-
ity leader m Berlin from 1925 to 1937 when
he was forced to flee to the United States fo'
lowing his fearless preachinq aqainsi the' Hit-
ler reqime.
He is beyond question well qualified to
know.
the week
... as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
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JE CARRIES no pictures of
himself. He will p^m,,
during the week z S?tt
my effectiveness." he x
plains He talks only to re-
sponsible men and women in
mass communication-; about
the nature of his work
name is Sherman Harris lie
is southern counsel for the
Anti Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith. with home offices in Atlanta. Ga. He cringes if \
the word, 'undercover."
"I am head of the civil rights desk for the ADL in the South
I am a fact-finder. Beyond that." he says, "my responsibiht,
know what the enemy is doing."
The enemy" is the radical right The Anti-Defamation Lea
has been traditional]) Opposed to extremism. The far-out left re
mains under surveillance, as anyone understands who is aware of
tl\e programs of the ADL.
But at this point the right, in Mr. Harris' view, take- p:. rjt,
of consideration Florida." he explains, "is considered the \
State in the country for the proliferation of the radical right, which
les, among others the John Birch Society, Chriatiai i
Project Alert, and American Coalition of Patriotic Societies
Harris was in Miami to survc) the scene of these orgai
.,. w ities He is quii 1. to adjust the \ iew
THf. ANTIMNIITK QUOTUM
M
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uer of fa. v
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lylR HARRIS AGREES I [he North has its Own a
tensions I this is a great confession on Ihe
' litionally regard the South in terms
lerstood It removes feelings ol guilt I
helpful in easing the soul s silent
wd and a< ci pted, thai the
litive than Other areas ol tl I
- legal here for mam yeai
he mores
^'''- iffii lal Hie \orth pointed its fin
It But the distinction must In- made then
where In the South, it is
im experience rising out of the ck>s<
' I eague has been privilege II
the I'l'd whose chief. .1 E Igai Hoover, n I -
praises the role of the ADI. in the I
01 human n lations
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>,n,,h M'" '' Richmond, New Orleans and Houst
- the largest Jewish community in tl
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MAWIMG THf ARIAS Of THf NATION TOOtTHU
guT in the South particular!) A Is difflcuil to
"' involved in segregation the ma
'V1' -r Miamians. who enjoj a
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ether
.,,, ,' to rise, aa dialogues among i
' increasin.....nd sympathetic degree, there she
',";'';",;'" "vi.tioi, ol the tension, now prevailing '
v. ';' ''*: '' '" children, Mr Harris is partisan H I
""">' Thecitj is growing every rear an: I
men are passionate in their beliel thai what ,'s good for bus*,
,". "" communit) Prett) soon, the) begin to ad out
'i' 'a> id living
! [j,W'hap9 here Ues "" *ave of the future a way of living
.';" "J?mefc'al condition may not seem, on its face, to I '
ten',,,?', "'" "m ,' beg,,, somewhere, and if ls the pinch ... their pur..
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Friday. May 14. 1965
-Jen 1st Ihriiitn
Page 5-A
Eshkol Reviews Israel's Achievements
i ERUS A LE M (JTA) -
Levl Eshkol, in ;in exclu-
\r Independence Doj interview
,ih the Jewish Telegraphic Agen-
i wed tliis'ui'ck Israel's pro.
. .- in its relations with the Arab
West Gei man}. the So\ let
. uid world Jewrj
i | that the recent proposals
runisian President Habit) Bout-
i..i. urging the Arab states t<>
ize and negotiate lor peace
ii Israel, "certainly merits is-
,-h initiative." He added that he
i ih.ii Bourguiba's views
sted a new trend in the Arab
v|,|. but no added "a contrary
toward war >"" seema far
lie. said thai if the Arab
li ;.| ceedt d wi I. plans to dl
vert the headwaters of the Jordan
River to denj n- waters to Israel,
the Middle East situation "might
b< .nine veo critical indeed "
In reply to a question, he in-
dicated he believed that better
Israeli-Russian relations were in
the making but added it was 'a
slow process. There are some
small signs of improvement but
they do not yet add up to any real
change."
Hi' was asked whether United
Rtes Middle Bast policy appeared
to be bas< d on a realistic appr;
. f Egyptian President Nasser's in-
tentions He replied that there were
some United States Israeli differ-
ences on the Middle East, parti-
cularly concerning Nasser's "ag-
-.\e intentions" but he stressed
the basic areas of United States-Is
raeli a ireement.
He declined to give specific data
on the strength of Isra iis deter-
(in ( apabilities explaining that '"it
..II drpends on how our enemies
levelop the arms race" which he
aid was getting "more seriouas."
lie n >ted that Israel fi r ye us has
been urging an Bast West initiative
b end or at least limit the Mid East
- race and calling for direct Is-
raeli-Arab ialk~. which he added,
u still Israel's p isition
He called West German action
on its proposal to establish dip-
Israel's Deterrent Power on Parade
Continued from Page I-A
. jets which < mitted blue
te smoke cot erinc the skies
ael's national > lors Some
M.r.i. e led !' ii\ past, which
. French Mysteres and Sup
res \ at ui I n gans and
:a Magi ters, as well as Strato
- : s hi ters and Piper
in U d throu. houl Israel
mark 'he opening "f the cele
atii n of the anniversary In ac
with est) I ashed i usl m,
-\ a nee of the aiuiiversa >
...n i after comple-
:!-!! i ob ei vance i i Me
. i aj for those who died in
- ,, ar "i Independence.
President Shazar and Prime
Minister Eshkol Issued formal in-
dependence Day proclamations in
which the following three points
were emphasized: I. Peace with
the Arabs and in the entire world;
1. Remembrance of the victims of
the Naii Holocaust; 3. Hope that
Jews in the Soviet Union might
be enabled to emigrate to Israel.
The two 1 tatcsmen
the B( hie< 'inents n < orded in the
c untrj 's first it years, and lo<
forward to si ess in
the >'. rs ahea Pi esidi nl ?h
parl r note of the cal
Israi li i appn i hemenl vo
recentl} bj Presidi it Ha
uiba of Tunis: i \\ ithoul
Mr I'.' tirg lil lent S
/..r | fact that Israel
[en "through the walls of un-
til n. thiough diplomat-
mercial contacts with
manj nations.
Services for Israel's war dead
were held throu houl army camps
and military cemeterii and p..
rades of veterans were held in Is
: ael's major c ities,
Reci] nts ol the Israel prizes on
! dependence Daj incl ided Shlomo
Tsemach and the late Sholomo
Dickman :ii Hebrew literature: Pro
fess I'- lmo! de Sh ilil and Amose
raimi in nuclear research; Prof.
C !! L Frankenstein in education;
Mi rdechai Setcr in mudc; Yehudit
ial lenci for a honk.
Immi rants <>n the Threshold";
and Shmuel Stoller of Kibbutz K;::
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lomatic relations with Israel
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resistance" by West Germany to
Arab pressures. He added that
only time would tell whether a
new era in relations between the
Jewish people and Germany was
being inaugurated.
lie said that the future of moral
and cultural relations would de-
pend "on the attitude "f the Ger-
people" in the years and gen-
erations ahead.
Discussing Israli-world Jewry re-
lations, he said that he hail b
urging tor years a "stsonger
bridge In reply to a question he
said he believed that Israeli and
other Jewries were moving in the
11. M direction but that he w
like to see everyone concerned
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sovereign state.
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+Je*lsMvrldiat,
Friday. May 19c5
Beth David
Students Lead
Ww met Both David Religious
School students will make up the
largest percentage of graduates of
t e Hi brew High School conducted
t>> the Bureau ol Jewish Education
: Greater Miami at community ex-
ercises in Be;h David Spector Hall
en Thursday evening, May 20.
Beth David Hebrew High School
graduates aw Stanley, son >i Mr
and Mrs, Joseph Bilsker; Judith,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julius
Cohen; Nora, daughter of Mrs. Sara
Feldman: Henry, son of Mr. and
Mrs David Issenherg.
Ruth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Carl Liebskind; Ann. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Schevr;
Sharon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Samuel Shavin; Krarveine. daiiehter
erf Mr and Mr>. Kmanuel Smith:
Guy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Spie.gclman; Ann. daughter of Mr.
;ind Mrs. Aaron Steinberg': Daniel,
son of Mr. and Mr- Simon Weiss.
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A luxurious model apartment do-
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Genie Hopkins, of Miami, opens
this weekend at Flamingo Towers
five-stoi> condominium residence
for adults only, located at U40 AJ-
ton Rii Miami Beach
A resident of Miami for nine
years, the former Philadelphia!)
has been in charge of the decoration
and furnishing of well over ."><> dis-
;>la> model homes and apartments
in this area, in addition to her
week a- decorator of commercial
institutions and private homes
The Flamingo To w er s display
apartment ha- a French Provincial
motif with exten live use of gold.
Mrs Hopkii said Thi I cal point
ol tiie decor 1- an elegant Ma
Theresa chandelier set off b> A is
trian shades. Thi decora ti r pen
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( ynamon Brothers Hardw are
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Biscayne Chapter
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Installation luncheon tor
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was to induct he new sla
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German Delay
Worries Israel
Continued from Page 1-A
nouncement of the establishment
of relations. It was reported that
Dr. Felix Shinar, retiring director
of the Israel Mission of Cologne
may meet with Chancellor Ludwig
Erhard and convey Premier Esh-
kol's views.
From Bonn, it waa rep irted that
West German Foreign Minister
Gerhai ler told the P
mentan oup of t hancellor Er-
hard's Christian I> mocratic Union
i hat est iblishme ic re-
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kvslst thrMiftn
Page 7-A.
Leaders Hear Talk on Spanish Jews
President Hubert H. Humphrey 'top left) will pay tribute to
rte Herbert H. Lehman, and Rev. Martin Luther Kinq Jr.
renter) will receive the American Liberties Medallion at
nnual meeting of the American Jewish Committee May
to 23 in New York. Other participants in the sessions will
in iude Moms B. Abram 'o right1 are Dr. John Slawson. executive vice president
6 Committee. Jacob Blaustein, AJC honorary president;
Sol M. Linowitz. chairman of the annual dinner.
I hi in pii rey Sla ted
At AJCom. Meet
By Special Report
. YORK Vice Pros
II Huniphrv) and I
.;.,: iin Luther Kin.: .1, v il
! i : liters .it
i an Ji Ish < 'ommil I
. nn i.i in iir held
. :, from Ma) I I to 23
M Lit Dwitt, chairman of
rd "i .\iT rman ol the annual meet
oui that Vice Pi esi
phn > wMl il"li\ i" i
lal tribute to Herbert H
late New York G
I States Senator who
a long time honoi arj \ i< e
nt ol the American Jewish
ttei
Lmcwiti announced also that
"t has been named as the
cipient of the American
Jewish Committee's American
Liberties Medallion "for excep-
tional Advancement of the prin-
ciples of human liberty."
\ ice President Humphi <>
Km.: will address the an
ncr Thursday evening,
0 .it the An ericana Hote
all Missions ol the five daj
are to take place Moi
H Abram, president of the
Jewish Committee, and
representative to the IN
-run mi Human Rights,
er tin annual presidential
' on ilu ( ommittee's human
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relations concerns at home and
abroa I
The Vmei l< -ir Liberties M
lion is awarded annuall) bj the
Vmerii an J< w ish Committi e to
the person in public life who has
made major contributions in the
field "f human relations and hum
an rights Previous recipients are
Judge i earned Hand Herbert il
Lehman, Father John La Fa
Dean Erwin N Griswold of Har
i ard Law School, Reinhol I Nei
buhr Judge Thurgood Marshall
\"il Vdlai E Stevenson
State !>' an Rusk and
In Ing M En ;el honorarj presi
1 he American Jew ish i 'om
mittee
Mr. Engel will present the
medallion to Dr. King at the
May 20 dinner, while Jacob
Blaustein, also an honorary
president, will introduce Vice
President Humphrey.
The Committee's annual meet
ing will bring together more than
'ini leaders of communities
throughout the countrj to consider
major human relations issues, in
chiding Improved understanding
between Christians and Jews, the
problem of church state conflicts
m education in the wake of pas
sage ol the Federal School Bill.
the threat ol extremism atiti.lcw
ish discrimination in industry, and
race relations tensions
The annual meeting will also
focus attention on the human re
lations situation abroad. parttCU
larly the status of Jews in the Soi
let I n'.on I athi Ameru a Europe,
North \ii ica Zachariah Shus
ter director ol the Committee's
European office, w ill report on in
t. in ligious and other develop
merits In Europi ai I Maxima
> skj directoi ol the I om mit-
tee Israel i ffice will i ort on
in the Middle Easl
particularly as the) affect I-: ael
Continued from Page 1-A
prised of Jewries of Madrid,
Barcelona, Cueta and Metilla.
Dr Mayer also inno meed im-
rei .' chai lud-
tii' fact that v. itb two new
n eml ers, the nl rei ci n
'Si nts ,le\'., .'i i il .-nl all '
western European nations, and
isla\ ia i li noted that the Jev
li communit) el Portugal w as of-
licialh repri sented at the Con-
i' reno rhr ui h Dr \! B *mi ilatk
that II. M Kornitzinsk) ol Oslo,
president : tiie Mosaiske Troesam
fund of Noi aj had announced
the intention ol Norway's Jewrj to
join.
Mr Mazin said that the new sta-
tus df the Jew of Madrid was not
expected to lead to any great
i hange in communit) life He re-
pi rted that i t (.he past ten years.
the .lews in Spam had been treated
with complete tolerance He paid
tribute to the moral and financial
support ot the .bunt Distribution
i i mmittee to the Madrid com
munity, explaining that the syna-
gogue and community center built
In Madrid with JDC help was sen
in;,' as a focal point for rev it.ilizing
community life.
A special welcome was given to
Leo Fischer, the new president of
the Copenhagen Jewish community,
ard to I>:- L&VOfllaU Kadelhurs.
the newl) elected president of the
Federation of Yugoslav Jewish
mimrties, as delegates present
for the first time
Friti Hollander, head of the
Swedish Jewish community, re-
ported the progress of negotia-
tions on heirless property left in
Sweden by victims of the Nazis.
Noting that a group of Swedish
banks had proposed creating of
a fund, using the deposits of such
victims, to be used for Jewish sur-
vivors, he said he hoped that the
offer would be backed up by ap-
propriate legislation if that was
necessary.
He reported also that efforts were
i eing made to widen the bankers
proposals to include other agents
holding such property He explain
( i that M e feeling in Sw eden w a -
that sui I t "Swedisl
p)" an I that t rl re it
h needs
He .:

that 'hese woi I n for

mizal '
e that thi I
: an example for ol i
. i
in di ews later murdet I
Beth David So
Honor Habbi Aisiet,
first Spiritual Leader, Friday Evening
Beth David Coi I '.'ill
' iis i,. itual lea
i Mi!iva> A Alstel
the
ni's final late Fridaj eveni
services this weekend.
Man) prominenl men nd women
were in R et's c nfit
n classes at B<
present St: nloy C Myers
ary chuirman, and Louis R Se I
Iin. chairman, former principal an !
student, will present gnest speaker.
Rabbi Philip R. Alstel f New York
noted columnist, the celebrant's
brother.
Alex Mechlowiti, organizer of
Temple Menorah, who was con-
firmed at Beth David in 1926,
Judge Sam Silver, confirmed in
1927, and Attorney Alvin Cassel,
confirmed in 1928, will represent
their respective classes.
Rabbi Herbert M Baumgard,
, n sklent. Rabbinical Association
of Greater Miami and Judge Mil-
ton Friedman and Louis f! Seii-
lin, of B e i h David, will exten I
greetings at the Oneg Shabbal re-
n ption in Spector Hall
When Rnbbi Alstet arrived at
Beth David in 1925, the late Harry
I Magid as president ol the con-
tion, and Mis Josepti I 'me
- lent ol Sistet hood Me
conducted the congregation's first
late Fridi j e\ ening sen i< e, w it-
nessed the organization ol the
Men's club and conducted the first
irmation exer< ises in -1
Then followed the first commun
ity L'n i on Th inks ;n ing v
which he orj ai ized with the help
<>f the late Isidore C o h e n
RABBI PHll/P AlJTIT
Jewish settler in Miami with his
v if". Ida
Rabbi ai.d Mrs, Alstel have
son. Dr Maynar | Hillel Alstel i iiables. v ho is al~o one if
Beth D.aid's con iregants
Beachite Mckes
Highest Marks
\1 nte Klein a junior .it Mil i
h il- h School th. de thi I i
. i marks on the M< i il Rat
ninations ii the school, and I
pi pen ent in the coui
He has Iso been a< is i
lent at the i niversite
I \: imi for a course in college
Monte lives with his i Mrs.
re Klein at 1135 M \
Temple Zamora
Women's Lunch
Annual donor luiu neon of remple
femora Sisterhood will t.ike pleee
Sterflfltlt Room of the Bts-
, yne 11 rraee Hotel on Bunda)
at 1 p m
Co-chairmen of the afternoon are
Mrs Joseph A Ostrie and SB*.
sain Alt man.
Ann Starr will entertain.
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*Jewlst ncrMlan
Friday. May 14, 1965
18 European Nations
In Appeal to Russians
G:v. Haydon Burns signs into law the new
Mental Health Act passed by the Florida Leq-
li.ature, which reorganizes the Division of
Mental Health and provides the framework for
the buildinq of Community Mental Health
Centers. Pictured with the Governor are Leq-
u.ative and Cabinet leaders who helped steer
the bill through the House and Senate. Stand-
ing (left to right) are Rep. Chesterfield Smith.
Rep. Henry Land, Dade Representatives Max-
ine Baker and Kenneth Myers, and Dr. W. D.
Rogers, director of the Division of Mental
Health. Seated are Sen. Beth Johnson. Gov.
Bums, and Secretary of State Tom Adams.
Capitol Studies Soviet Jews
Continued from Pago 1-A
rt-tr to the pending resolution
t_- reiterated the position held
b. -he State Department prior to
it! recent approval of the mea-
st-e. He said: "As regards a for-
rr i government interven-
t>:i with the USSR, Soviet lead-
en hav\f invariably in the past
rt ected as interference in Soviet
internal affair* the most serious
c-; cial representations which
high ranking officials of the
L *ed States Government have
ir,de to them. Moreover, Soviet
c-: cia'.s have reacted unfavor-
*r / to criticism by foreign gov-
f-Tient organs or representa-
-.-s on matrers which the Siviet
C-: ernrrrt cc-isiders to be Sov-
>* internal affairs."
VIr MacAi
", must
en i -
ffccl the
i in the
ewrj He
ment
psts as well
i
H .. :
i .
I
i itiuals and i
il
the '
Congress sti
.
.In h i acked by L20 mem-
of the II if) ing to
> .. < re Rep Fai bstein, New Yoi k
D OCrat; Rep Benjamin R
tr.,-. New York Democrat; Rep
W am Fitts Ryan, New York
l)' ocrat; and Rep. Richard C.
sr eiker, Pennsylvania Republi-
i. Rep. Farbstein offered de-
t: of Soviet moves to suppress
.i- .-h religious and cultural life.
Hi .nked this with attempts to in
fi ate the Arab world.
i p. Schweiker charged that
government has not taken suf-
fK. nt action recently to protest in
<- >ing Soviet discrimination
ik...ist the Jews." He stressed that
nee in the face of oppression
0 inspires incren:-cd oppres-
."
According to Rep Schweiker,
' the only reaction by our gov-
ernment during the past six
months has been silence." He
criticiied President Lyndon B.
Johnson for failing to speak out
in his State of the Union message
against Soviet anti-Semitism and
said "I deeply regret his omission
of attention to this grave prob
lem." Rep. Edna Kelly, New
Ycrk Democrat who is subcom-
mittee chairman, defended the
President but agreed that strong
action was needed in response to
the plight of Russian Jewry.
A strong point was ma le bj all
witnesses thai Soviet auth irities
ild permit Jews to emigrate. A
aiittee member, R< p Ja mes ">
Pulton. Pei nsj \\ inia R<
: thai t:i Ho tse Foreign Vi
- i mittee staff doi iment
a effort in Jew -
to Israel. ( hairman
lid it was .i
tiner-1 request.*' The -
ted tj d
.t restrii lions on .!> :> r-

' -
njtivi I ;-
Rep '
., i
i

i might | i i
Rosenthal cl
with "cultural genoi
i. tification bj ths I nited States
the United Natioi conven
V crime of g< no ide He
the Presidenl and Secretary of
State should communicate "again
ami again, tins country's outrage
over the cultural genocide now be-
.i ( pui sued against Russian Jews'
Stating that the proposed resohi
tSon is vital. Rep. Rosenthal insist-
ed that "the outrage" of Congress
must be formally voiced.
Many other Congressmen of-
fered written testimony because
they could not appear in person.
Chairman Kelly said the hear-
ings were called because of re-
ports of "widespread anti-Semi-
tism in the Soviet Union." She
reported that over 100 resolutions
related to this issue have been
submitted.
Witnesses at another hearing la
ter included Eric Goldhagen, di-
rector of the institute on East Euro-
pean Jewry at Brandeis L'niversitj.
Joachim P r i n ?. American
Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewrj ,
Dr Judd Teller, writer on Soviet
affairs; Ral bi Men- Felman, of the
oguc Council of America;
ph Schechtman, spe-
ialisl >'n population movement.
STRASBOURG iJTA) The
ndl of Europe, which serves
as an urn fficial European Parlia-
ment Of 21 countries, called this
v i -k during its regular session
i on thi Soviet Govtrnment to
accord equal religious, cultural and
ci mmunal nub:- to the 3.000.000
Jews in Russia.
Hie Council saul in a resolution
that "there Is a European respon-
litj towards the Jewish pec*
, [e i ur ;. d the Soviet Union to
'-accord to the Jewish community
the religious and cultural rights
guaranteed to all religious and
ethnic groups by articles 123 and
121 of the Constitution of the
USSR."
The 200 members of the Coun-
cil, representing all the political
parties in the 21 member nations,
expressly mentioned the n*d "to
permit Jews to opon or reopen
synagogues, publish and study
Hebrew texts, distribute freoly
religious articles, organixe as a
religious community and maintain
contacts with Jewish communities
abroad."
The resolution also urged the Sov-
iet authorities to permit the re -es-
tablishment of Jewiah cultural in-
stitutions and appealed to them to
"prevent anti-Semitic propaganda.
whether in the i rm of books or
pamphlets, and eliminate all
cial discrimination against Jews
erni d in alleged economic
crimes
The Council's Political Commit
tee stressed a paragraph in the
tj -i Hthit h calls for reunifi-
in i l families. Thousands of
Jewish families were split up dur
ii:g the Na/i hoi .iiist and main
Russian Jews have relatives ir
other countries
The Coined decided to bring
the resc'ution to the attention "of
a I national Parliaments with a
view to drawing the attention of
governments to the problem of
the situation of the Jewish Com-
munity in the Soviet Union so
that they may raise the problem
with the Soviet Government.'
The decision marked the first
time that an influential inter-
parliamentary body decided to
ask its affiliated Parliaments and
Governments to take this issue
up directly with the Soviet Gov-
ernment."
The Council also made official
document prepared by its rapport
ear, which expressed the belief
that "the present between th.
i Soviet Union and the West provides
i good opportunity to raise in an
objective and dispassionate waj
and with purely humaitarian con
siderations, the question of the
situation of the Jewish communin
in the Soviet Union."
Women Accountants Meet
Miami Chapter, Americans ciet<
il Worm n Aci o infants, held a
ner meeting on Tuesdaj at
McAllister Hotel Foil, wing > l<
Hon of officers, Rove Kublin. CP "i
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Catholic Editorial Attacks Deicide
o
3 .
loi
I Bea, iead of the Vatican Secretariat tor
~tian Unity, io warmly greeted by n in .-.to .--
ii dui rig a brief step at Kenedv fn'ernatioi
route to Fhiladelphia last week. Shown (left
: are Dr. Jchn Coventry Smith, executive sec.-e.:... Ccm-
ission cr. Ecumenical Missions. United Presbyte::r-.n Chui
ice crebident. National Counc.l of Churches rf Chris' 1 '.
S A Mcrns B. Abrcm. president, American Jew h Com-
:::ig hands with Cardinal Bee; Fr. Walter Abbe :t,
te editor, American mcaazme. Rear are bearded
Maillieux, S.J., director. Center Icr Eastern Studies.
U:i:versity; and Rabbi Marc H. Tanenbaum. direc'-
':ite::e;;r;ious Affairs Department. American Jewish Com-
itee.
Ecumenical Unit
Begins Study Of
ill Amendments
- W FR \V ISO) i.il'A A
-*' n ... word thai "the jw .... a pi...:;. are in
i a> re p i : il le i r the killing
" in, i- ....;., ; U1 I,.,. r
ihe Monitor, official
I ubli( itiori i tl San Praiicisco
1 Vrchidiocese. It
itiesses t;ii> i ict that tit; session oi
' Ei rnenii il I mcil la t yea
J VOl tl "J| rs,
tim ol ( n >r
bsquc :;\- were in anj sense c il
, trie rleuth of
Chris) "
The e lit r ..I re ds
"The C:i'h?'ic position about
Jews should be perfectly clear.
The Jews as a people ere, of
course, in no way responsible for
the kiilirj of Christ. At a point
in history some Jewish people
had a part in the crucifixion of
Christ. But they had that part at
rrembers cf the human race. It
must iust as well have been Rom-
ans, Syrians, Chinese, English-
men or Americans if they had-
existed at the time.
"The schema which wes over-
whelmingly voted at the third ses-
sion i th( council explicitly stated
that Jews, neither at the time of
Christ nor subsequently were in
anj sense collectively culpable of
the d.-atn of Christ. It does not
evi n enter the mind of the Holy
rather or any person grounded in
(!car i I nally esl il Ii hi I
?lie teai I anj thing ol
' to the Jews .i .i | '''p'1
in 'dd ii tak ir 'in the histoi ical
facts ol il. l> Week,
"I here i re some Ji wish pei pie
at t.: crui n.\" n who
re .' I ii re were so
an p. .ile wrong at the same time,
In ct points of historj.
German people have been >
w.ng, v. War II.
Cath Hi. ; ci pie "...
erj v ron \ as during the excess. -
! the In ; isition Some American
!e h :'. e been very m rong as
ii tl nab i piso les in the
h \r." ican Wai N spe ific
i ati in or race hi s a mono] ol>
'On evil. Or ;i m poly on virtue
"it should go without saying that
ople are pe pie, They
are cur brothers. As human per-
t.hey are absolutely no differ-
ent from any one of us. They have
feelings like everyone else, make
mistakes like everyone else, do
heroic good like everyone else, are
hungry like everyone else, get tired
like everyone else, are good like
verj ne else Shakespeare says it
belter
"It should oe recalled that
many Jews, probably most cer-
tainly most of the Diaspora Jews
at the time of Christ did not
even know of Him. The historical
fact is Christ is God and some
Jews to^k part in putting Hirr -3
death. Ctner pt-co'e in Jerusalem
at the time, apart from Jews, also
took part. You and I pessib .
w-j!d lidve taken part if we were
in Jerusalem at the time.
We do som I
ling every til
.
evi iy oilier human
ii the image
tht same I lit
I.... kbiti
: hu
in im i i
i i God
RecepKon to Fet^
Emcnue. Tropp
A ippee
honoring Bmanuel I assoi
director of the vm YWHA oi Great
\ii imi w il be held Sunday. 5
p.m.. in the (I Iden Key Room >f
he new "Y" facilit) at 8500 SMI 8tb
-i
The occasion will honor Trop/p'i
13 years <>!' service since comin4
to the "Y" in 1952, and will serve
; .i farewi 1! prior to his leaving t
assume a nev pos! in Oakland.
at the end i t May
The reception is being tendered
iy officers and board of the Y"
in conjunction with the staff
I. \ \ e< k's plen
the Secretai I I i
' irisuan L'nitj
: Bea
- u ek to
sed be
.' I
. "mi- cti >n m ith the
D
the .in
nst tht




i hema on n Ii nous
ould corn ede to
ri ht to practice
they .!.. se The
d not i \ .'ii come to i

.;. whil. i lara-
lews at
prelimin-
S an ming
i i im il -
on, it was reported
ial Heenan Arch-
" o' itmhntttr who is
' of the Bea Secre-
tnding the plenary
is to report on the
m certain Jewish
?> about reports that the
en Jews may be re-
dr*;- ca'ly. Reports that
ev.s an had been sought
conservative bishops
Cathc ; prelates in Arab
- had reached London from
i P pe Paul VI en ated
11 iirst time, a spe
for Relations Be
ins ami Christians, to
bj the Rev. Joseph
a I nch horn priest at
! '" thi white Fathers Mis-
sionarii in Africa With the title of
Indcrsecretary, he will function
under the Secretariat for noo-
si in-, headed i > PaoloCardm-
.,1 Manila
i hi *as no word fr. m the \ it
Ihei Wither part
' : relations with Jewj n ;>
as well as
i Buddhists, are men!
in D lion on Rela ions
With Non-Cl ipted ist
\ov mber bj the Ecumenical Co in-
< .1 it was believed re that, if
parate department u t.> be
formed on relations with Jews, such
p would no) (" t..-. :i until af-
i the next sessi n o( the Ecu
.1.
. ision on the "Jew .sh
1 '..:. it i-
.. counciliar) bo Ij is ie Se
ip Pi
the i
Ji wi h
killing of Jes
to t j
I | from An tries
... t;on
ic ncws|
I tuti
i
in some t
-.' ard 11 contenl ol Ux
on In Ji Quite to I ie c >nl i
is imit qually ira
trrnal spirit in this new attention
which the Church is al present a I
dressing to non-Christians, aiming
at a dialogue which would find par
Ocularly near to the Church the
[spiritual families descending fr m
ai t-.i" am, Jacob and Israel, that is
Israel's familj from Wi. m the Mos
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-Jewlst FkrldHnr
Friday, May 14. 1965
Lipton to Head Federation
Continued from Page 1-A
versary \U< has been ;i member
; the Board of Governors and
Executive Committee of the
'eater Miami Jewish Federa-
on since its inception
\- one of the foundi rs ol Dade
ederal Savings and Loan Vsso
ation, Lipton has .m led thai in-
i! tit ion in continuous and
-mi growth until its 11 sources
e now over 5220.000 00 rodaj
association lei and
one ol the SO largi -i in the United
tes
Lipton has been outstanding in
immunity, civic and fraternal at
\ in. since hi> arrival in Miami
.' 1926 Hi' was named to receive
the Silver Medallion Brotherhood
Aw ard ol thi ti al Conferem e
ol Christians and Jev s last Febru-
arj li<' i- an immediate ;
pi esidenl ol Temple Emanu El.
annual patn n .>t tin Da le Coun-
tj lutstai d ng Citiz< n's Ward for
Sholeiti Lodge (i B'nai B'i ith. a
trustee ol Mount Sinai Hospital.
and served on the Citizen's Com-
mittee ni the Unit ei silj ol Miami
He has served as treasurer of
the Dade County Chapter of the
American Red Cross, and in
1951 was general chairman of
the Dado County Fund Drive.
He is a past president of the
Florida Savings and Loan Lea-
gue, and he has served as Flor-
Flagler Kennel Club Season Opening
[sadore Hecht's "Fabulous Flag-
i Kennel Club will open for its
iiril successive summer ol grej
ound racing Wednesdaj night,
Wa a $120,000 schedule oi stakes
vents to be run oft during the
ack's 90-nighl season
Highlights of the opening week
HI inclide the :?ith Flagler In-
igural on Wednesday night, and
fuaitying he: t.- In a $5,000 Mara
ion Championship Stake on Satur-
j. May 22
Among the many famous grey-
lounds scheduled to compete at
plagler are the sport's four lead-
ng money-winners, Suel's Rose,
Vtax Star, Sonda and Rippin Tip.
Suel's Rose has earned more than
52,000 and the other three, ap-
proximately 40,000 each.
Flagler improvements since last
ar when the track set an all-
. Florida state attendance rec-
i (I for greayhound racing by at-
acting 715,000 fans include ad-
m n oi a t. n.: n to the
k> Region i prii ate part) room,
ml expansion ol thi Velvet Sis
iunge. both oi which were new
aturee a year a | i
Rietest event on ttu> track's
stakes program is the $80,000 Inter
lational Classic vvhi'jh is scheduled
or its fifth running, June 12 to
inly 24. Other major stakes are the
i.000 American Hurdle Champion-
ship. July 26 to Aug. 9; $20,000 Ken.
nel Medley. July 30 to Aug 20; and
>]0.000 Flagler Derby on closing
night, Sept 2
The Stakes pro .r.im. richest and
most diversified in greyhound ra-
cing history, will provide stakes
action every week durum the 90-
nighl Flagler season.
A special Sin.(MM) \\ inner-take all
match race series between the win-
ner of the S8H.IMMI Flagler Classic
and ihe {50,000 Wonderland Derby
in Revere, Mass. will be repeated
this year with the first race sched-
uled al Flagler on July 31
Max Star, the Plagler champion.
i last year- match series two
i net to one
Stop and Frisk Law
"The Stop and Frisk Law' will
be the to| ic of tins month's "Y
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chairman Herbert lleiken and l.t
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ida director of the United States
Savinys and Loan League. He is
a member o' key United States
Savings and Loan League com-
mittees.
In addition t<> Lipton, the fol
low ing have be* n nominati
new offi( i rs t- r Ihe Federation
Samuel V Friedland. honorar>
id : Sidnej Lefcourt, imme-
diate pasl president; vice presi
Sidne.\ D. Ansin, Judge li
\in.: Cypen, David H Fleeman.
Leon Kaplan and Dr In ing Lehr
ii an Burton B Goldstein has
been nominated for the position
oi treasurer and Marshall S Har
ns tor associate treasurer.
David P Catsman has been no-
minated as secretary and Norton
Pallot, w inner ol the President's
Leadership Award ol the Federa-
tion, has been nominated for the
position ol associate secretar)
Pasl presidents oi thr Federa-
tion include Sam Blank, A. J. Har-
ris. Sam II llrmian. Howard
Kane. Aaron M. Kannrr. Stanlej
C. Myers, Mas Orovitz, Dan P
Ruskin, .lacob Sher, William D.
Singer, Carl Weinkle.
i atsman announced that Sam
Blank has again been Dominated
to serve as chairman of trustees
of the Federation Trustees for thr
new slate include the following:
Leonard Abess, Hen Blum. Leo
A. Chalkin, Sam A Goldstein, Ba
ron de Hirsch Meyer, A .' Mola
sky. Joseph M Rose, Harry Sirkin
Mrs Samuel Simonhoff, Mrs Carl
Wrinkle
Acceptance of this slate and
of those nominated to positions
on the Board of Governors will
be moved at the annual meeting
taking place at the YM and
YWHA, 8500 SW 8th St., on
Saturday evening. May 22. At
the annual meeting, two amend-
ments to the by-laws of the
Federation will be voted on re-
lating to an increase in the site
of the Bud/jet Committee, and
an increase in the size of the
Executive Committee of the
Federation.
The evening will be a tribute to
nej Lefcourt, retiring after
three years as president of the
Federation, and to Dr, Irving
nan who will have com
pleted Ins second term as chair
man of the city-wide Combined
Jewish Appeal
David B Fleeman, chairman ol
the annual meeting, announced
ihat dietarj laws will l>e observed
and that ihe evening will be a
Combined Jewish Appeal victorj
dinner dance, with music hy Hai i\
TS ami his orchestra
Mrs Sol Goldstein, chairman ol
hostesses, said thai Mrs Irving
Wexler, Mrs Sydney Gans and
Mrs Meyer A Baskm are assist
ins her as co-chairmen Dr Joseph
I! N'aroi will serve as toastmaster
for the occasion Co-chairmen of
the Arrangement Committee are
Mrs Jack Kal/man and Mrs Ir-
ving Lehrman. Mrs. Burton 1!
Goldstein is chairman of program
for the evening.
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Sidney Lefcourt, president of the Federation at recent cere-
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Hebrew Academy In Open House
Hebrew Academy of Greater Mi
ami held an Open House Week (ruin
May 10 to 11 lo 3 p m ever)
da) with guided tours starting at
the Acadcnn entrance on the hour.
In proclaiming the crlein.iii.in
Rabbi Alexander s Gross, princi
pi I, stated, "We v ere eagi r to h i
the communit) see our school and
see how we function "
According lo Louis Merwitzer
president, This year's open house
marks the third anniversar) of
the Hebrew Acadenu at its Pine
i.ir Dr facilities and the tath
year "I operation for the school."
Mrs Leonard Rosen is president
>i ii. breu Academj Women, and
Mrs Samuel Rosner i PTA presi
drill
Ninth grade graduating class
..inducted the tours with members
o| the Hebri w *c .d.--"- im >n
ml PTA organizations, Visitors <>!>
served classroom instruction and
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with the auditorium and cbapel
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Paqe 11/
\abbinical Association Forum 'First'
L Harold Gordon, executive
president <>f the New York
oi Rabbis, was to be guest
I r al the annual meeting of
[Rabbinical f\aaoclatlon oi
Miami <>n Thursday, 8
ii temple Beth Sholom.
|)bl Jonah Caplan, spiritual
ii Temple Adath Yeshu
is to assume the prei idency
association, succeeding
Herbert Baumgard, oi Tern-
kcth Am
bgram was also to honor .ill
; : tidents outgoing and in
| officers
|We hope the meeting wilt
recognition to all who have
our association, and to ac-
kint the community's lay
ership with the work and
.Importance of the organization,"
Rabbi Solomon Schiff, exe-
|ive vice president.
inn iii Rabbi Caplan
I who were to \- installed
I .- M..\ A LipscMti B.tii
I n-..iiM>n vtve presi
Rutchik, director ol
- in .>' Region of I 'nited
ol America secretary
ifl l< ii.pi. Beth Ml.
i surer; S I o m o i.
: i .'.itinii Beth El, con
| executive vice presi
i
ffii 'i include Rabbis
ard, Ten pie I'.. Ih
nl Ini : l ii i ,.
Harold Richler, t'on
tarj.
tn irer
lent* hoi
\la\er \bramowitz, Tern
!l moi Vpi ll I.rim
cy coordinator of the New York
Board of Rabbis in 1946, the
largest representative rabbinical
body in the world. He was ele
vated in 1956 to the post of exe-
cutive vice president, as well as
director of chaplaincy services.
During World War II. he attain
ed prominence as the Flying
Chaplain" in the Air Transport
Command, flying over 250.000
miles to serve ;i unique military
congregation in Iceland, Green
land, Labrador. Newfoundland.
Orthodox Chief Raps
Pressures on Vatican

<
Continued from Page 1 A
^g m programs intended to re-
'o.ic teachings, liturgy,
nd c ''cchetical doctrine. These
tend to diminish the
ol the Jewish community
ate situations which are
hiy detrimental to better in-
lious understanding."
pointe : oui til "the
i ust dele
in change
ogma and prim iples
Jewish community.
: oi in religious
vays iiii Kuril
s of till
s within thi
l its struc
ins< lence
I suffered the
persecution and
to the
if den ide
I on lorical re
nstianitj it. cradii
'.i>k con

tj and not a problem oi thi
ih cons i lence
Feajan tein
e an m inj fruitful areas in
reat reli the
il must i
i and human
But the framework ol such
and ventures
thi' reli
Faiths w ithout the
r non re a is
: i Fense agei
Max Stern, noted i mmunitx
li .iili r and philanthropist n ceh ed
the Crown oi the Good Name
Kether Shem Tot i tward
four deca.....i eade sup
I am .n I he cat se ol i irth dox
.ii datsm and its saci ed insl itutio
States .itul I-r.irl and
\ ice .mil
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Coastal
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In 1956, Rabbi Gordon was one
oi tin- leaders of the New York
Board ol Rabbis' delegation that
penetrated the Iron Curtain, thi
first such rabbinical \ isit in 40
years to study Jewish religious
life m the Soviet Union. Poland
;iinl Czechoslovakia
( hail man of the Thursdaj in
-Kill.itn.il was tn be Rabbi Joseph
H Narot, "t Temple Israel. In-
vocation was to be bj Rabbi San
ford Seltzer, director of the South-
east Council, Union <>f Americai
id brew ( ongregations
Also scheduled were to be
Rabbi Leon Kronish, host, wel-
come; Louis Snetman, host Beth
Sholom president, greetings.
Rabbi Herbert Baumgard, out
going president of the associa
tion, in a report; Sam J. Mei-
man, past president. Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, in a
tribute; Rabbi Irving Lehrman,
Temple Emanu-EI, response.
Benediction w .i- to be bj Rabl
Murraj Alstct, who will he honoi
nl at Beth David Congregation 01
Fridaj evening on the occasio
nl hi> 50th anniversarj in the ral
binate.
RABBI HAROLD CORDON
Kronish, remple Beth Sholom
Irviag Lehrman, Temple Emanu
Kl: Morton fcfatavsky, Temple
Beth Sholom; Joseph li Narot.
1 : pie Israel Solomon Schiff
Congregation Beth El: David
Shapiro, remple Sinai, Hollywood;
Moi ris Skop. !< mple Beth Shii
Ki llfn man, Temple
/inn. \\i -t Miami
Spei iuti' .1- tn be ;
to the late Ral bi Jacob II K
Ian. Temple Israel who u;i- the
one ol the
assoi lal 101 bj Cantor
Ja "i B< st< 11: in 1 empli Isi
R.ibbi Gordon was elected
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Friday, May 14. 1S65
Beth Sholom Will Mark 22nd Annual
Meeting at Champagne Supper Saturday
Temple Beth Sholom will mark
ts 22nd annual congregational
meeting with a cocktail party and
champagne supper Saturday eve-
ning in the Temple Auditorium.
Officers Of the temple and af-
filiates who will be feted with a
special toast include Louis F. Snet-
man. serving as temple president
for a second term: honorary presi-
dents, James M. Albert. Shepard
Broad. Leon J. Ell. Harry Arthur
Green berg, John Serbin. Ralph
Spero; honorary vice presidents.
Sidney D Ansin. Joseph L. Arkin.
Jack A Cantor. Isadore B Hecht,
Charles Silvers: vice presidents.
Jack M. Fink. Irving B Kaplan.
Worry B Morris. Philip Schlissel;
treasurer. Seymour Silverman: fi-
nancial secretary, Eli Katzin; sen
tral secretary, Philip Postelnek.
Board of Directors are Jack A.
Abbott. James M. Albert. Norman
Arkin, Joseph Ash, Abram Baker.
Jonas Brotman. Jack A Cantor.
Marvin Cooper, Meyer Don, Dr.
natz, Leon J. Ell, Abe
C Fine. Myer Friedman. Harry
Arthur Greenberg, Louis Gross-
nan. Isadore B. Hecht. Frank Ka-
men. Dr. Leo Levin. Dr. Sanford
levine. Alex Levinson. Alvin B.
Lowe. Manny S. Olinick, Jacob
Rifkin, Benjamin B. Rimer. Philip
enberg, .lack Sandier. slant.,
Segal, Harry B Smith. Ra'nh
Spero. Jack Wagner, Harold Zinn.
Honorary' trustees are Sidney D
Ansin, Harry Dinnerstein, I ('
Greenberg, Dr Alexander Rob-
bins, Irving Rothman. Simon
Wolff
Mrs Seymour Silverman, who
has been a vice presidi :r and
chairman of the Beth Sholom Fes
tival of Arts, is Sisterhood presi-
dent succeeding Mrs Leo Levin,
Officers an i board members
who will serve with her are: vice
presidents, Mrs. James Kno *
Mrs. Bennett Lee, Mrs, Stanlej
Levinson, Mrs. Martin Steiner.
Mrs Hany E, W< Ik: recording se-
cretary, Mrs Leon Unger; finan
cial secretary, Mrs Ethel Shapiro:
financial secretary, membership,
Mrs Marvin Cooper; treasurer.
Mrs Myer Friedman: chaplain,
Mi s Leon Ki onish,
Advisi rj ( luncil includes Mes-
dames Leon J. Ell, Aaron Farr,
Irving B. Kaplan. Harvej E
Kramer. Inez Kren.-ky. Leo Levin,
Howard II Miller, Alexander Rob
bins. Louis F. Snctman.
Honorary directors are Mes-
dames Max Applebaum, Joseph L.
Arkin. Norman Babel. Camille
Baum, Samuel Beckerman, .lack
A. Cantor. George Cohen, Jacob
Fishman. Milton Jacobs, Morris
'.ipp. Tessie Litt, Benjamin Man
dell. Eli Meltzer, Michael Mersel,
Hess Nelson, Abraham Rosenberg,
Irving Rothman, Norman .1 Russ,
Benjamin Sabin, Joseph L. Shaw-
mut, Maurice B, Shein. Sylvia Sil-
vers, Fred Sonierstem. Ralph
Spero, Louis Stoff, Jack Udell, Irv-
ing Westin, Simon Wolff, William
Yanowitz.
Hoard members are Mesdames
Ellis Amdur, Michael Brumer,
David Conviser, Max Diener,
David Drucker, Isaac Fleischman,
Jerome Greene, Arthur Hark, Wal-
ter Lebowitz, Samuel Meiselman,
i ;u Leslie. Mai tin Lun.ly. Marvin
Marx, David Miller. Joseph Pardo,
Phillip Postelnek, Aaron Reder,
Sidney Rockwell, Julius Ser, Harry
Schuldiner, Larry Silverman,
Harry Smith. Irwin Tcplis. Robert
Townsend, Miriam Vernick, Irving
j Bern, Nathan Bushman. Phil p
Davis, Ted Dortch, Samuel Dresek-
ler. Leon Garfield. Solomon B.
Goldman, Benjamin B. Goldstein,
Harry A Gordon, Harold Granoff.
Harry w. Greenberg, Louis Gross-
man, Trudy Hamerschlag, Isadore
B. Hecht. Robert Jaffe, Max Kes
selman, Irving Kushman, Sanford
Levine, Carl Lundy, Samuel Oritt,
10UIS SNCTMAN
Sam Rudt. Jack Shapiro. Joseru
L. Sharp*- J- Bernard Spectc/
Samuel Stein, Paul A. stem. Char-
lotte Vogel, Jack Wagner, Harold
Zinn
Jack R. Shapiro was elected to
serve a second term as president
Of Brotherhood. Officers and board
members are president elect,
Jam.- KAopke; vice presidents,
.lack M Fink, Harold Grai
Harve) Kramer. Morris Miller,
Sidney R >ss, Philip Schlissel; rec-
ording secretary, Sam Rudt: cor-
resp secretary, Bernard
Spectoi i ..surer. Leon Unger
1 Mrect are Jack A Al
Joseph Alter, Joseph Ash, Michael
Brumer Marvin I ooper, Mi y< r
Don. David Drucker, Ted Dysart,
Dr. Meyer Eggnatz, Aaron Fan",
Paul Gaier, Frank Hepps, Walter
lebowitz. Dr Sanford Levine,
Manuel Luck. Sam Marlin, David
Muckat Joseph Pardo, Marvin
Pehr. Philip Postelnek, Mayor
Melvin Richard, Sidney Rockwi I,
Bei nar I R sen, j mour Silver-
man, .' se| Sih i rstein, Louis
Snetmi in Teplis .lack \\...
ner, I rrj B, Wolk.
Goldmann Urges Support of Bourguiba
Continued from Page 1-A
Sen Frank Church, Idaho Demo- B ur deserves high con
Israel ca
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it be possible to establish con- ...... ... .., Washington tins Arab-Israel relations." The Senator
tacts lie also asserted that there n-eek to commend President Habit) noted thai Bourguiba urged I
..re Arab personages who might lourguiba of Tunisia for advocating fellow Irabs to quit stockpiling
te ready to meet Jewish leaders. \ b Israel pi ice Sen Church said I arms for ar against Israel


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Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR
Pope May Speak
To United Nations
kON'T BE surprised if you learn
thai Pope Paul VI will appear
before the forthcoming session of
Jhe United Nation- General Assem-
bly which opens in September. Be
I uiid the scenes talks are now going
in between the Vatican and leading
,'N personalities, while .Jewish or-
ganisations in this ccuntr>' are toy.
, ng to figure out tee exact stand of
,h- i an. on tne draft declaration exonerating the
.Jewish people from the charge of crucify mi; Jesus
Although this dratt had been approved at last year i
ion of the Ecumenical Coumd by an overwhelm-
ing majorit) Of 1992 to 99. it has been felt in the
liberal world for some time that Tope Paul himself
maintains a cool attitude toward thai decision.
Suspicion that he lend- himself to be influenced
bj the ultra conservatives in the Vatican who oppose
absolving the Jews has been strong because ol his
silence on this issue This suspicion has become
stronger after his sermon on Passion Sunday, Apr
i. in v huh he stated thai "the Jews nol only did not
ignize Jesus, but fought him, slandered and in-
jured him; and. in the end. killed him." This ser
men created an altogether new image of Tope Paul
among Jews and non-Jews alike an image far dif-
ferent from the one ol his predecessor, the late Pope
John XXIII. who went down in history as "the
good Pope "
Bj addressing the UN Assembly, he stand.- to
correct this unfavorable image he created of him
sell in undermining the action ut th greal majority
..i the prelates at the Ecumenical Council who dis-
tinct!) said thai Jesus died "because ol the sin- of all
men." There will, of course be much explanation
forthcoming trom the Vatican on Pope Paul'.- views
on Jews between new and the time he may appear
before the United Nation- Assembb However onlj
. dear-cut -tatement from tin- Pope himself can
.bar the air and re-tore the confidence oi the liberal
world in the top hierarchy of the Vatican.
An attempt to explain Pope Pauls reas-crtion
ol the charge thai the .lews killed Jesus was made in
New VOI* last week by Cardinal Bea. the chiet
fighter in the Vatican for the exoneration oi the Jews
from that charge Cardinal Baa's explanation was.
to .-peak mildly, very confusing and lett much to
be d< -ired. although the .lews know that they have
a great friend in .him The eyes of the Jewish world
- well as of ilte entuc liberal world, are therefore
turned now toward the plenary meeting of the ::n
prelates who compose the Vatican's Christian Unity
Secretariat, ol which Cardinal Bea is the hea
The session ot these 30 prelates is taking place at
the Vatican this week to review proposed revisions
ol the drafl Declaration on the Jews which exoner-
ated the .lews from tl* cide calumnies and was
approved b) the almost 2.000 of the cardinals and
bishops who attended the 1964 meeting ol the Ecu
menical Council While the Jews have no doubt where
i ardinal Bea himself stands in the matter, the
question is now being asked al extent other
members ol his Secretarial have been influenced bj
Pope Paul's insistence that the .lew- killed JeSUS
As W Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Jobs and Bigotry
EDUCATON AND JOBS. Title VI and
VII of the l\ 6. Civil Rights Law. en
acted Dead} a yeai auo. Why is the news
about the school and employment as-
pects of <.he law more momentous now
than a year ago? Do the school systems
ol n uthern states and industries of the
North reallj feel the impact yet? When
will thej learn" How"
There is a whip in Title VI ot the
'ivil Rights Law the section dealing with education: if
ublic schools do nol desegregate, federal funds custom-
Lily provided to the states will be cut off That's why
here will be much scurrying about among Southern school
oand people and stale officials this spring and summer
> see whal can be done aboul complying with the law
Title VII, dealing with job discrimination, maj well
aye an even greater impact than Title VI The wheels
vill really begin to turn on July 2. 1965. On thai data, enV
layers and unions with 100 or more worker- will be cov-
red by the new comprehensive federal law Coverage
.ill be'extended gradually; and bj .iul> 2, 1968, employers
nd unions with 25 workers will be covered
Will Washington mean business On this issue" Judg-
ing by the size of the army of new converts won for the
ause of equality of opportunity by the Selms outrages
nd the drive for passage of the voting registration law.
ew can doubt, that the federal government will discharge
(8 vast responsibility Sen Hugh Scott, of Pennsylvania.
as on the right track when he advocated early in April
'hat President Johnson move to establish the U.S. Equal
Employment Opportunities Commission, required by the
94 law This five-member commission will be responsible
!Or enforcing the laws ban on discrimination in employ
Dent because of race, color, religion, sex or national ori-
-in
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
17,000 Went for Good Long Walk
ISRAEL HAS JUST concluded it-
annual luid.iv walk across the
country. There were 17.000 people
in it While it was under the aus-
pices of the Israeli a: my. participa-
tion was open to all: and there were
people Of all classes and conditions
in it. men. women and children,
native residents, tourists, girls from
Finland, and a considerable aggre m
gatiOtl Of African students One man ol ninety eight
.ninod in the four-day hike
In this jet age, walking doesn't arouse too much
enthusiasm, but there wa- a meat deal of oiUhu-iasm
alK>ut it in Israel, and "hen the 17.000 wound up in
.1, rusalem, the whole population turned cut to tl"'
fll .v.t- Bl the walkers and honor them a- COBSJUering
her es Where else could one find a nobler ami)
than this, v huh marches without sword-'
Perhaps it 1- to be expected Thoseau. who was
c.uite a walk, r him-, If, noted thai the term "saunter"
1- though! to derive from those people of the Middle
\..- v. ho walked about, asking alms, saying the)
were on their way to sainte terre Ihe Hob Land
rhoreau thoughl that, in every walk, we should go
to the Hoi) Land; and as he describes the sunseU
he saw on his walk.-, we can have little doubt thai
h* went indeed to the Holj Land
TOday, the automobile and the telephone have
turned us all into sitters, rather than walkers. Legs
are for beaut v. for exhibition rather for amhulation.
Thoreau thought walking was a kind of inborn gift
which not all men possessed. It is said of the rabbi
of Wolozhin, who had other gifts but not this one.
that When he was urged to take a walk, he said,
What s the use'' 111 have to come back."
Actuallv, one does not come back, or rather not
the same man comes back, for something has been
added Harry Truman in Missouri takes .hi- dail\
,. alk and so doe- Ben-Gurion at Sdeh Boker. Al
two different parts oi the world, the two statesmen
resOfl to the tame course I was reading the other
daj ol someone tellingHiow he was walking in the
rain in Israel one day the streets were deserted,
but he saw a little man trudging along, and he came
,. an(| saw il 1- B< n Gurion taking Ins d
Both T 1 mi n and Ben Gurion saj the) tak< I
Ik ;,.; pxen ise, bui I think it more than tl
rhai wh< 11 th. j gel their ideas loo One ol the
Idii 1- of walking 1- Justice Dou las ol the S
1 me Court He h.....lid thai Ihe m I liffi
problem coming up before him in the Court
usua res ved on a thirty-mile hike when he
; rns t" the roadside lo examine a flowi r
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Capitol Spotlight: By MHTON FRIEDMAN
1515 Convention is Setting to Gather
Washington
THE ABILITY OF B'nai B'rith to adapt
to the changing needs of world Jewrj
will be measured when delegates of the
organisation's 500,000 members gather
111 l.-iael trom 43 countries on Ma) 23 at
a triennial convention New leadership
will emerge. A vigorous campaign is be-
ing fought in which two outstanding can
dictates are seeking the international
presidency of the order B'nai B'rith be-
lieves in healthy, democratic competition There is no
nominating committee \ free and open convention will
take place.
Another development of basic importance is the emer
gence ol B'nai B'rith's new executive vice-president, n-
chiel administrator He i- Rabbi .'ay Kaufman, who be
widely known as vice presidenl of the Union oi
Vmerican Hebrev Congregations Rabbi Kaufman suc-
ceeds Maurice Bisgyer who retired recentl) after L'7 years
of B'nai B'rith sen ice
When the 1.500 delegates gather in Israel, they will
erl) observe the new professional leadership oi Rabbi
Kaufman Label ,\ Katz, outgoing president, welcomed
the elect k.....I Rabbi Kaufman He said the rabbi has
"exhibited effective administrative -kills, a creative
awareness ol organizational techniques, and a perspective
of Jewish communit) life which reflects B'nai B'rith's
traditional commitment to the totality ol Judaism and
Jewish interesl and institutions.'
President Katz predicted thai "Rabbi Kaufman, arti<
ulate, enthusiastic, and capable, will bring to his new as
signmeni a capacity that will have Its positive impact on
the continued growth and advancement of B'nai B'rith "
A handsome, dynastic man in his earl) 10's, Rabbi
Kaufman is guided by she concept <>t K'lal Yisroel, Jewish
brotherhood. He sees B'.nai B'rith as the worlds only trub
international.Jewish organization that unify Jewry's di-
verse elements He places emphasis on Jewish education.
The saving remnant must be equipped to save through
know led
The meaning of Jewish life outside Israel may be de-
lined through the uistrumentaiitj of B'nai B'rith The or
Sanitation hopes to activate and creatively channel n.
constructive Jewish energies
Rabbi Kaufman does nol feel that Jewry i- on th.
verge of extinction despite the current pessimistic fOr
easts
B'nai B'rith, according to Rabbi Kaufman, i- th<
floor'' organization on which building can be done Now
that Israel exists, Jews outside Israel are taking a m
look at their Jewish ci mtnitments. Modern eoininunn
and ict age transportation have created new links amoi
the Jewish communities of (he world
The role ot international president of B'nai B'rith .-
not easy to fill Under the presidency ot Philip M-Klut
nick, the job became thai oi an international dipkimal i
the complex post-Hitler world Mr. Klutsnick, todaj
garded i>> many as America's outstanding living Jewis
leader, eoiieene.i the idea ot strengthening B'nai I
lies with Israel To ihe greal satisfaction of Israelis, he
took the non Zionist B'nai B'rith to Israel to hold its 19 -
triennial convention.
Label A Katz .' New Orleans, followed Mr Klutznick
president. He visited Moscow and sought to reliev'
.-mi- on Jews Mr Katz followed Mr Klutznick pi
soph) in broadening the horhwns ami scope oi th.
i \ distinctive personality in his own right. Mi
Katz's scholarly Jewish background stood him wvl
stressed youth programs a- well as communit) action
i pspe ted and capable men have offered thei
selves as candidate- to succeed Mr Katz I nlortunut.
me an be hosen The two are Judge l>a\ id Colema
ot l is ti eles and Dr William \ Wexler, oi Savaiuv
Ga
Judge Coleman is widely known in judicial circle- .
Judge of the Superior Court of the Mate ol Cabfonu.
lie was appointed b> Chief Justice Earl Waraen when th.
latter was Governor The indue is distinguished In Jeww
life for in- dynamic nrsnjrtanny of th Los Angeles lewii
Communit) Council, serving the second largest Jew
.on in unity in tlie wiirkl.
Dr Wexler, B Savannah, Ga.. civic leader known t>
hi- courageous stand, on the civil rights Wing line in tl
* ulii has a record ol .lewo-h ami .imamtarian activitii
a- distinguished as thai of Judge Coleman
Off the Record:
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
The Bible Lights Up Past History
AS ISRAEL MARKS its seven-pa]
^ teenth birthday, we take pridi
in the development of the .Icwi-I
State, but we may also note a his i
torical gain. Helping in she huildinf I
ot Israel's future, we are learning!
more of the past More and more
the Bible is taking on a specia1
vividness
No work has been studied Bs|
the Bible. Every word has been scrutinized, put un
der the microscope so to speak, analyzed and re-
analyzed a hundred ana more tunes. Yet the seven-
teen short yearn ot Israel's e-tabKshment have done
S meat deal more in many respects than much of
the theorizing.
Instances of the progress focussing light on the
past and making it alive again are exhibited in
the building of the new Negev city of Arad and, es-
pecially, in the building of the city of Ashod
There are many colorful -tone- in the Bible but
few surpass thai of Ihe story of Ashod told in SamU
el I. There, the Philistines dwelt, one of the five
strongholds of the Philistines The Creeks spoke ot
the Philistines with respect as a greal seafaring na
lion, and the Israelis had reason to fear them The)
had been badl) smitten by the Philistines.
The Philistines worshipped an Idol, Dagoa And
the invisible God whom the Israelites worshipped
had seemed powerless against him. When the Phil-
istines captured the Ark of the Covenant, they
gloated that the "glory'' of the Jewish Cod was gone.
Yet strangely enough, soon after, the fear of Israel's
invisible God came upon the Paiti-tines and they
returned the Ark of the Covenant with a guilt offer-
ing.
The Philistines by their hostility were largely
responsible for Israel's forcing itself into a military
nation It was with the troubles of the Philistines
that SauUnd, later. David emerged to lead Israel
to victory.


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Map Honors Lunch
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inn on Wednesday, Ma)
i i m in the Temple's
Hall
.- will Im- presented
mg women t the pre-
ition. Mrs Aaron
heastei n regional
\ati ti.il I', deration
Si >tei I Is, will be
.,: ernoon
Lion and Mrs
e chairmen <>f the
e w I loi | ;, ir.
v. i* Hyman Bel
n i-nairman; Mr- Man-
i ents; Mrs
ins; v.:
Mrs Philip Abel, an !
Abraham Stein, invitations;
Mrs. Richard Horwich, hostess
chairman; and Mrs Julius Beai
man, publii itj.
Ni h I) electi 'I Executive Board
are the Mesdames Marvin Levin
denl. Manuel Serkin, execu
live vice president; Paul Edlow,
i. -i \ ice president; Bernard Yes
ner, second vice president; Sey-
hulner, third vice presi-
dent; w illiam Weil, fourth v i c e
prealdenl Paul Wech
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Miami, Florida, Friday, May 14, 1965
Section B
bv ISABEL GRCVF

Daniel Hammond and his
mond are touring Israel with
oppel While there, Dr
sill lelivi r i si ientific paper
Hebrew University <>f J<--
All i.t 'Ahuii makes
- cozj Mr grandmother Oida
sti .:. Jerusalem foil
mce ;it an inter
g ivernors me
rs i t >
I mdin pn
Ireatei Miami < hap
Vmerican Friends oi
', -v it)
ilem, she's hn\
..I .HI: .iill'l',
- how as r' i
. at the Bi i ardi Gi llerj
-.ian n-in-law,
. rul i en .
the Han m nds, il will be
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i i their urn
, six w< eks from now
idaj in TtM.- "i for the Da
sners .
spring for tin- Harold
Id with .ill three
. Ived m commencement
E I" .nil. accepted
w ashington University
School following graduation
tin' l niversit) >>i Florida,
has '; fted bj his parei t>
wi h an extended Eur pean jaunt
winch will take up most <>( the
summer Middle son Myles,
..ni i In. senior class it
Palmetto High, has been i hosen
;i> the t itstanding membi r ol the
K'.. Club and awarded an all-ex-
.. i trip in New York
He'll entei Emorj in the fall
Pa mi tto Junior
li.Ji. Alexander se ves
lent i f National Junior Hon-
. at the st hool
the summer in Los
Miami B a ites, Mr
A Rubin, iii divide
their tiir- in Blifornia t> 'tween
-mi I l Col i>;i\ id S, Rubin, ol
Bei i ardmo, and daughter,
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! i hter an I son i
Mr u ,i Mrs Julius Barnett
marked their silver wedding an-
nivei sai > a n it [rand-daughter
, Barnett's e ent to
l- re l Margolies was announced
Delightful evening w h e n the
Harol l Lewens entertained at a
dinner part) Wednesdaj ai the
i rj -t.il Hi i ... Affair was in
Continued on P. 4-B
Planning Temple Judea Sisterhood luncheon Manuel Serkin. Rear are Mesdames Richard
are fiont deft to right Mesdames Julius Bear- Horwich, Abraham Stein, Maurice Waldorf,
man. Frank Toback, Melvin Harmon, and and Marvin Levin.
oseph R. Narot (seated\ toastmaster for the May 22 an-
1 meetinq of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and
ined Jewish Appeal victory dinner dance, meets with
Sol Goldstein (seat-d'. chairman of hostesses, and mor.i-
of the Hostess Committee to plan their participation in the
al event. Standing v'.eit to rkrhl are hostess co-chairmen,
Ruth Johnson Bciger. Mrs. Irving Wexler and co-chair-
nf arrangements, Mrs. Irving Lehrman and Mrs. Jack
an. Not present c:o co-chairmen r.f hostesses, Mrs. Syd-
; Guns and Mrs. Meyei A. Baskin. (See stoiy, Page 1-A).
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?aqe 2-B
>Jewltifkr/Ji3r
Friday, May 14, 1965
BB Women Close Season's Affairs
Newly-elected officers of Temple Israel Sister-
hood are seen here at the president's lunch-
eon given by Mrs. Joseph Bulbin, immsdiate
president, in the Eva and Joseph Richter
Meeting Hall. Standing 'left to right are Mrs.
Jercme Rado, Mis. Clifford Newmark, vice
pesiat-nts; M's. Monis E. Greene president;
Mis. Benjamin Giadwm and Mi* Erwin Har-
ri vice |
Uii.,1 B'rith Woi n's ( ouncil t
. va clo e the season with
.1 kosher av ards dinner i n Thurs
da> .it Hillel lloua I niversitj ol
Miami, Mrs. David Sachs is presi
til i;l
The Midraeh BiWical refer
ence book, was to he presented to
the Hillel Librarj bj the Council.
and outstam in-: students wore i"
I e honored
Wesl Miami Chapter will lostoll
officers on Mondoj evening at How-
ard Johnson Restaurant. 10201 S.
Dixie llwy
Miami ORT
Installation Set
Mrs. Hoary Rosenblatt, national
vice president, will install officers
ol Greater Miami Chapter, Wonv
en"s American ORT, during a
luncheon on Tuesday, 12:30 p.m.,
at the Sei Gull Hotel
Headed bj Mrs Henrietta Bolo
tin. president, slate includes Mrs
Essie Amer, Mrs Morris Teller,
Miss Sylvia stein, vice presidents;
Mrs Ma) \ ns treasurer; Mrs
Mollj Lowy, Mrs Barnetl Carvin,
Mrs Nat *ei bi rg, se
anes Mr Herman Howard pa
SI a I to !>< installed in<
Idei t Mrs IK Isaacson
presidents, Mr- [da Gordon
iicoi'i Fish, Mrs Michael i
i',,,': ling secrets >. Mrs
Scher; financial secretarj
Ceil S .1. corresponding -
tary, Mrs Nora Good; treas
Mrs Teenie Deutscfa; hisl
Mrs, Gmanuel Korenvaes; counse
or, Mrs Herman Korenvaes
Gilbert .! Balkin chapter held
it- tenth installation on Wednesday
at Peterson's Restaurian \,
prestdenl i- Mrs. Mike Light
New Temple Israel Sisterhood Officers
Will be Installed at Dinner Sunday
Mrs M rris E Greene has been
te pr -: lent <>t Temple Israel
I to sui ceed Mrs Josi ph
ilbin
\, ,i officer* rd will b,'
- illed bj Rabbi Sanford Seltzer
e inst Hi tion dinnt r dam e
on ring Rabbi Joseph \. rot on
at the Dupont Plaza ll"
sen ing w ith Mrs Greeni
1965-66 are vice presidents
Mrs Clifford Newmark, Mrs Ben
n i lladwin. Mrs. Erwin Academy Teacher
To be Honored
Mrs Vugusta Crummins, a vet
n hi ;:i years as a leather will
ii lonored for her service to ttu
Hebrew Aoademj at special ci
iturday
inall) from Nev York, Mrs
Crummins is sen ing in r tenth year
ie Academy
' the annual
school's N.
.
the s| soi ship
Wo

Yoirth Symphony
Will Perform

.' ill perf rm i Geoi
. .-
. at the next meeting Mon
daj s p tii .it the Surfside Com-
munit) Center
The orchestra is under the diret
tion of Mrs Vrlene l>i Nino, who
will condu; i
Frederick Zeiger is chancellor
commander ol the Knight-, and
Mrs Saul .farrelt i> president ol
the Ladies' Auxiliary.
.-. Mrs Jerome Rado
tary, Mrs Benjamin
auer; treasurers, Mrs H
Novell. Mrs. Benjai
!i tarii s, Mrs
d Mrs !>..' i .' Na
' i,-1: secret
: nes N Kahn i I Mrs
Prank Schaffxan; auditoi Mrs i,
Louis Mend, Ison chair Nom
i aimi Committee, Mrs, .' seph
Bulbin
Two-year directors are Mesdames
ence Adler, Morris II Blau
Michael M Gilbert, Stuart Gordon
Lewis, w iiuihue. Jerome w. Hal-
pern, David K Hochherg Robert
Litowitz, Harry l, Levinsoa, Sum
Lub\ Sr., Henry .' Nelson, Herbert
c Paige, Bert I. Peppercorn. Ed-
mund K Perls, David Phillips, Sam-
uel -i Rabin, Arnold Rubin, Peritz
Scheinberg, George A Sim n and.
Lawrence E Si
i >ne > e.i; directoi are Mrs Mur-
raj Apfelbaum, Mi- Max Goldhofl,
Mrs Irwin Harris Mrs Lee G May
fici i Via
Harr> Bison, Loui*
ird Fi
.
S S
H. Salt s -V Rosi n
loff,
i
i
Mrs. Ja (1 Mr-
. 'A i
' i -
Young Israel Collegiates
si
:
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KOSHER
MORRISOiVSCHIFF
'THE GOOD FRANKFURT"
HERMAN PEARL
BILL LADIMER
NUMBER ONE PROVISIONS
ONE ALTON ROAD
Phone 531-6611
MIAMI BEACH
Ksn/er

Pastrami?
Nothing goes with
a good meal like
TetleyTea!
Because Tetley is brijrht and
bracing as the finest, tastiest tea
should be-a favorite in Jewish
homes since 18H7.
BULK, BAGS ANO
INSTANT
TO LOW
CALORIE MEALS
Solve that weighiy problem .
rve plenty of nutritious, flavorfu
August Bros. Sread medt
from select spring wheat flour .
contains no shortening.
PUMPERNICKEL BOHEMIAN RYl
BAGELS VIENNA EGO TWIS1
FIENCH BREAD EGG ROLL!
HARD BOLlf
K on the packiije ""earis Kosher Cert I *t
Kosr.er and Parvt 0/ Rabbi Jacob Cotiu
ANYONE
CAN MAKE THE
HOLES
" + ?S u-, -j-
ONLY
GENUINE IMPORTED
SWISS HAS REAL
OF
SWITZERLAND
I ,. v.\ ;; ', lai
t n '
or chunk you buy. '1 hen
you ai e sureol getting the
matchless quality and
hut-like ta'am of genuine
Swiss Cheeseproduced
in Switzerland and no-
where else!

Switzerland
Suil/wlaiid
Swiss (Ihtsc
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Friday. May 14. 1965
+Mwlst fkvrkM.*wt
Paqe 3 3
Mrs. Irving Lehrman to Get Israel
~! Woman of Valor A ward May 24
MRS. YAH N. LtVINSON
AT MOUNT SINAI
Mrs. Lcvinson
To be Installed
'sry Leader
:
V. Wi

t
ibbi
piritual leader "t
ii man >> Mrs. I I
i sent, Mount Sinai Hospital
ar> h a s 2.100 members, of
mm e ISO arc active volun-
.....-. contributing many thous-
of h ours <>f service each
< : 11 ntly, there are also
.ii- volunteers included in the
i> in addition to aiiMng the
-pital ~t:ilf lor the henefil of
Duth hospital and patient, the Auxil-
i(| services' the
\Iumni ol Mount Sinai, the
fl Shop, and the Snack
> cceda of which support
- i >! oi Practical Nursing.
h mooTi progi am will tea
shion pi i sentation of th''
ma Collection, narrated by
ettj slid-" in fashi m direct.
ii line's Department store,
mpanied bj the music oi
i Kole an I
si honor wh
in b> the worldw id< I \
Btion. will be con
ferred upon Mrs. Irving Lehrman
on Mondaj Maj 24, al the H i
sah Israel 17th anniversarj lunch
eon.
The award, originally presented to
the late Mrs Eleanor Roosevelt,
ha bean given to only a handful
if women in the world It will be
presented to Mrs Lehrman in rec-
ognition of "her ynn ol exemplar)
sen ice for the faith of Israel, the
people "t Israel, and the land ol l-
rael "
The award will be made to Mrs
Lehrman, wife of the spiritual
1 e a d e r of T e m i> I e Emanu
El, bj S h i m 0 n Yalloii. ten
sol General of th State ol Israel
i heon al the I
Ii
I Kroni.s i-haii f I
1
AIRS. CARL SUSSKIND
Beth Kodesh Will
Install Women
K i i erhood in
hi luled for
-! noon in the audil num.
ix hapiro will indue t
ite
M'ii s< huluolk
' Ja< k Stone, Abraham Bar
Vbi ham Tbpol, vice presl
Samuel Cohen, treasurer;
Seintraub, Louis stone. Max
i r, Sadie if Schucart,
ries; Max Shapiro, chap
!|ii. Paj Weintranb, parlismentar
loaeph Rambatn, honorary
lent.
!>'"-rvntions may he made with
Mrs Eli Weiner. Mrs. Joaaph
".imbam or the temple office.
:- M held in I
Uus honor,
,i commun
ity, .i people and a nation."
Chairman ol the Kadaasah Israel
anniversarj luncheon is Mrs Fred
Jonas Co-chairman is Mrs Sam
Blank Honorary chairmen are Mrs.
Dorothy Krieger Fink and Miss yj.
lian Goodman Vice chairmen are
Mrs Maurice Cahn, Mrs Karl M
Coplon. Mrs. lack Katunan and
Mrs Philip Thau.
Bond-with Israel" scrolls of hon-
or ill be presented to the presi-
dents of the Miami Beach Chapter
ol Hada sah Recipients of the
dames
N B rth, i resident, Vliami
J seph Epstein,
Ms. Ber-
; It,
Herbert
irah;
[ax Affai

loma; J

I
Stephi 'i S V
i
A the luncheon
ntation ol the Gi
i by Israel 1 fei
luring the lextiles and designing

and the work ol Paris designer H -
in ii de The fashion festival will
(aged, accessorized and coordii
ated by Burdine's, under the direi
tion of Miss Bettj Sherwin.
Among leading designers of Is-
rael repr* sented al the Fest
ol Fashions i re Li la Beer
I.ejn rsdorf, Gideon Obei s m, Pnin
Shallon. Marta Vida, Maskit, R
Bi n An. Rivka Shafir, Talma I
fan Braun, Ernst Neu -
Vied, Dorina, Galia, Zamr
. U ,ilsh,i\ skj and l.e\ ita
mor
MKS. IRVING LtHRMAH
Jack Woli I :
Kmanuel Ment iY paper di
Fast,

USY in Paper Drive
GOOD
THINGS
IN
JEWISH
LIFE
Rich flavor and mellow ta'am have made Maxwell
House by far and away the best loved coffees
In Jewish homes. Their matchless quality has
been constant for three generationsconstant
In giving Joy and good cheer at meal time, re-
freshment time, holi-
days and every day. Why
'1 not have a cheering cup
of Maxwell House Cof-
fee right now!... Regular
In 1 and 2 lb. cans; or In-
stant In 2, 6 and 10 oz.
Jars.
Good to the last dropl
u I* I *-!*!"
INSTANT
Maxwell
ftlML
COFFEE,
KOSHER-PARVB
Cortiflad by RabM HarMh Koho
rssP^I T*l
Sf
Pine Product*
Of General Foodt


Page 4-B
* Jewish fhridknr
Friday. May 14, 1965
^5oci MIS. MAX THURSTON
Senior Citizens
Install Officers
New slate of officers for the Sen-
ior Citizens Association of Miami
Beach was recently installed at the
Algiers Hotel.
Cantor Maurice Mamches and
Msgr. Barry offered the invocation.
Joseph Mtvlek sang "God Bless
America" and 'Hatikvah."
The American flag bearer was
Judge Bernard Prank. Israel flag
btarer was Metro Mayor Chuck
Hall. Flag of the City of Miami
Beach was carried by Mrs. Joseph
Mintzes, founder of the association.
Mayor Hall acted as master of
ceremonies. Judge Milton Feller in-
balled Mrs. Max Thurston as presi-
dent Judge Frank was presented
with a plaque fir 'outstanding
work in obtaining ground for a
medical clinic" in the area.
Officers installed by Flliot Roose.
vi It included Or. F.arl Kahn. Al
Laufrouhcn. Mr.-. Joseph Mintzes,
vice presidents; Mrs. Harry Stem-
pel. Mrs. Harry Austrian. Mrs. Al
Spiro, secretaries; Joseph Hie
treasurer.
Mrs. Ann Sinister, membership
chairman; Dr. I. Schwartz, blood
chairman; Mrs. Minnie Grutman,
entertainment; Mrs. Mollie Moll,
refreshments; Al Spiro. sgt.-at-
arras; Phillip Moll, hospitality and
shine, Mrs Amy Habor. griev-
ance.
Trustees: Harry Austrian. Mrs.
Max Goldhagen. Mrs. Anna Gel-
lend. Mrs Morris Frank.
Theodore lb Her. executive board
chairman; board members: Ben
(Chen. Moe Mintzes, Max Thurston,
Mrs Emma Erlich. Jacob Meltzer.
.Mrs Anna Fox Mrs. Yettie Plut-
zer. Joseph Margolis, Mrs. Sonya
Cohen. Mrs. Josep'i Krieger, Jo-
seph Dubc. Mrs Anna Goldstein,
Abe (Has-. Mrs. Bella Grushka.
Mrs Sara Eisenberg, Mrs. Rose
Laufrouben, Abe Venekur. Mrs. So-
phie Seeman, Harry Stempel, Dave
Shapiro.
A past president of Beth Jacob
Sisterhood and past commander of
Disabled American Veterans Auxi-
liary, Mr- Thurston has served as
precinct committeewoman for 12
i
' :.' rican Legion
8! Jewish War Pioneer
ah Lo l I
zens
Mrs her husband
Lived ii mi Bi ach foi
m. \i. 1.1 st o
ThrBKmilul
Henry E. Mangels Co.
3550 N.W. 58th Street
Ph. NE 5-1391

lu sJJsabcl C/
Nazi Sentenced in German
Continued from Peoe 1-B
honor of Gladys and Ralph Kap-
lan, leaving this weekend for sev-
eral months circling the globe.
Flying to Israel on Tuesday for
the international convention of
Bnai B'rith, Sam Nieberg, of
Miami, will prolong his visit
abroad by spending another coup-
le of weeks on the continent .
Itinerary lists Rome, Monaco,
Paris and London ... A delegate
to the triennial, along with E.
Albert Pallot and Judge Milton
Friedman. Nieberg is president-
elect of District Grand Lodge 5. .
Also convention bound. Mrs. El.
sie Belsky. who has served as
president of Menorah Sisterhood
for four terms, and Jeanette
(Mrs. Milton I Singer, vice presi-
dent, who'll be in Jacksonville
this week for the Southeastern
Regional Conservative Sisterhood
gathering.
*
A talented pianist and music
teacher for many years, as well as
;. community leader. Carolyn
Mrs. David A.) Hess was honored
by prominent men and women
from both seemingly disparate
worlds when -he ua- installed as
Miami Chapter BBW prexy last
Thursday As Judge Milton
Friedman, principal p < a k e r.
amusingly phrased it. "There
uere more Chiefs than Indians
in the room" Guiding lights
from the Community Concert As-
sociation of Miami Beach included
Mana-Zucca. internationally-
known composer, and husband Ir-
nrin Cassell. Ernest Silverman,
Herman Binder. Mrs. Helene
Wolff, plus Mrs. Eugene Dubois.
wife of the noted violinist .
Other presidents and veeps of
area organizations were Mrs. Dor-
an Zinner. Mrs. Joseph Karchan,
Mrs. Abe Winer. Mrs Sylvia Lieb-
man, Mrs. Louis Alexander. Mil-
ton Weiner. Mrs Dora Cohen,
Mrs. Alex Richard and Mrs. Car-
rie Rosen Also present for the
proud moment, new proxy's hus-
band. David Hess, her mother.
Mrs. Abraham Katz. Mrs William
Friedman. Judge Friedman's
mother, and Mrs. Rea Goldfarb.
mother-in-law of E. Albert Pallot,
international vice president BB.
now in Israel to attend convention
and be in.-talled.
* *
Harriet and Jules Siarke have
returned from Tampa, where
they greeted grandson Lawrerce
Edward born Apr 23 to Dr. and
Mrs. Sylvan C Btocta The for-
mer I'at Gross and her husband
are also parents of Vanessa Jane,
almost 2 Great-grandparents
of the little one- are Mr and Mrs.
S. S. Katz, Miami Beach.

"Word received by Mr and
Mrs Ernest Chernoff. J601 SW
23rd Ave on Saturday. May 8, of
rove
the birth of their first grandchild
a daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
ward L Eisenson in Yokasuka.
Japan Mi's Kisenson is the
former Dolores M. (Deedy Cher-
noff. of Miami Mr. Eisenson.
son of Mrs. A. L. Eisenson. Of
Panama City. Florida, is in the
employe of the t'.S. Government
H a Naval research analyst .
Living in Hay a ma, Japan, since
last July, they'll be there until
July. 1966 .. Both Mr and Mrs.
Eisenson are alumni of the I niver
sitv of Florida ... Mrs Eisenson
taught in the Dade County
schools, as well as in Virginia,
where she obtained her master's
iii ree in reading in May. 1964 .
The little girl has been Banted
Andrea Lynn.
Mrs Rose Weuitraiib. widow of
the late Herman Weintraub. me
of the founders of Bnai Zion
Congregation in Key West, was
named "Mother of the Year" du-
ring Mother's Daj services at the
synagogue Prominent Jewish
community worker is the mother
of David. Isidore and )lar<>
Weintraub. Jennie Appelrouth,
Celia Weintraub and Ida Bauer.
Abe and .lean Eisenberg, of 01
iver House, all set tor the June
29 sailing of the Santa Rosa to
Jamaica They'll stay .,
T< rer Isle Hotel in <>< ho R
will make some side trips, all of
which will take about a month
BONN (JTA) W o 1 f
Kirchstein. 27-yeai -old men
several right-wing German
i/ations. was convicted of an'i > |.,.
itic activities after a trial a' Bam-
berg, and was sentenced tin-
end to five months' Lmpriso
Schedule Jewish Philosopher
Th J( wish I
for cars on Wl IVD,
n Icastii
WEDR-F
da;, from 12 :;ii to l p.m., each
Sunday. Israel Lutsky, who recent
ly retired to Miami Beach, will
broadcast in Yiddish,
If you've got a hungry family, you've got a Heinz Vegetarian Bean
family. Waiting to be turned into a happy family. And hardly able to
wait. And hardly getting to work on those plates when already some-
one is saying,"More beans, please." HEINZ strictly VEGETARIAN BEANS.
Iv.ry tab.1 <-rrio. *..- f .pprov.l of th, uk.oh o, o.,hooox *wm co*e.,oAIlom ot AmtK^P/
about
gathered for you
MinamEeld
llistori -minded? >< ouma> Mkn t in-,
smorwshoard" of spici aMppeb
* Italian doctors in the 8
tur\ recommended ham
i chopped beef fried witho
a- a cure tor colds,
* i he ancient I gyptians v
thai onion- COUld .ir,l oil
spirit- i Does .\" onion
keep the demons j
* in India cooking i- rega
iinc ot the Divine *ru H
recite a special prascr
preparing foods
* Kings and queens in the V
i /ar Petei the Grea
e bread Poland's Sia
II enjoyed cooking (he i
the mm babal Queen \
collected recipes tor 50
and often fixed her hui i
favorite dishes (such as
pancakes) all b> her ro
* Sauerkraut (then kno
-our cabbage") -iv in
centuries ago b> the i
* \ oltaire consumed some i
ofcofTeeada) \mericans
167.S0S .000.000 cups ol
a year c onnoisseurs, ol i
alwayschoose( haseA S i
the aromatic instanl it too
hundred sear- to perfect.
c-v'i "world's fan time, to tninl
i osmopoliton.drimk tosmof
InsianK hase&Sanhom.nu
th,- carefully blended flee th..-
true i Offet lovers Imi- In,
ti, light inkoffie. >' /< at
drink kaffe. Poles prefer k..
Russians mil for kophe I
, hoosekia-fi [ot t, oulsi I h
French tip cafe" Even thi- Orecl
a word t.'t it kuli o. Hut
cof/eei onnoisseurs'Languagi
A Sanborn i/v//> rich run- '
.... h i Guests will a
ale it 4rttl thrt'll iipprci iiitr >>'
So with tluu compliment-colic
eottee. serve delicate docoi
MOCHA CHIFFON TORTE
1 j cup cocoa
1 tbsp Ctiase & Sanborn In.:
up boiling water
P4 cups silted cake flour
1" i cups sugar
XVz teaspoons baking sni >
asppon salt ; cup Plj
7 eggs, separated 2 teaspc
'aspoon ceam o' I
Coflee Cream Whip (belo*
( 'iiiImih cocoa jii < Im-> a. s i
Io-1. in ( ohTee. Add boilii
nd -iir i.oil..in. sin logallM
hoiking toga, nil. tdd P
P. .outI i 111. egg \ilks. i.iml! I
uMun Deal uatll iiaoolti I1
m.iii mad u .mi nl tartai
until si if I |h ik- t.irm I dM
i r. en'.in i'mhi latu I'n^1
I H
-- ini'i M. -. ,.r ic: ,1 i1 i, I
i. ... : ... || ~
. ii>. into lino I.in i-. I ill
Mill I I .' ( U .1111 W ll i'
i,.mi \\ hip: '
ream, 'cup
-in...r- i h.is*' ,v s.i;: urn i
( ..IK. Hi ii mini -I.II |Hjk-
Houdim h
USt J to Inn h Hi hi. ii
* I In boat motto I kii.oi i
dvelarid .ikbrijli-d lnti-ii >
.loiialliun Swift, "is to griak
coffee lu-n >ou ran, aivd aben v "
CStajsot, to be cas> without il
Hut h> tx- without ii? Tke P1"'"-
sophieal and far-siKhu-d h.-
keeps an extra jar tor t" '
t km & Sanborn in Ibf puntti
Memo: Cha-se & Sanborn (
ami Planters Peanut Oil >'
under Rabbinical supers
MANNA ABOUT TOWN
IS A STANDARD BRANDS EXCLUSIVE
EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE BRIGHT
Y0UN6 HOMEMAKER


y, May 14, 1965
Jewist) fhrMbr
Paqe 5-B
Mew Food Fair ForKeyBiscayite
presidents of National Council of Jewish
"ii were installed last week at the Coril-
n Hotel. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Mil-
Gross, president, Indian Creek Division;
William I. Brenner, president, Greater Mi-
Section; Mrs. Lou's Schneiderman, pres-
Coral Division. Mrs. Robert Chile's, pres-
Bay Division. Standing are Mrs. Bur-
:. Lovov i.iesident, South Dade Division;
Mrs. Larry Hoffman, president, Snores i^naion;
Elsie Schwabe, president. Lincoln Divis-
ion; Mrs. Robert Scmerstein. president. Islands
Division. Theme of the luncheon affair was
"A Woman's Place is in the World." Invoca-
tion was by Mrs. Jean C. Lehman. Installing
of Leer was Mrs. Sidney Lewis, past president
of Section and present member of the national
bo-Trd.
Menorah Women Map Installation Ceremony Wednesday
Lawrence Weston will be in-
,.- president oi Temple Men-
sterhood, succeeding Mrs
! rl-k\. ,.t tii.' I) -auville Hotel
.i iv 19, at h 30 i> m
Maj i r t bra mow it/, spir
i ader ; Temple Menorah,
nducl tin- ii staUation cere
wlmli will be followed by
r -n.uk
;.. nbow wi liu- Heaven" i- the
in for ill'- evening, Mr- Mayer
Margaret Blistein, William CarmeJ,
Rita Ep tein, Sarah Feinberg, Eva
Prank, Nathan Ginsburg, Nathan,
ial Glickman, Joseph Goldschein
I 'i Grcenbi r^. M> er Harris,
, Kyman. .lack Israel, Herbert
Kaplan, Edward Kaufer, Moe Ka>.
Max Krau s, Mie Kunstlich, Sail)
Kurman, Paukne Levy, Martha
Miles, Paul Millman. Cele Mirowitz,
I.' uis Pilzer, Maurice Revitz, Lie-
ber Ringer, Armen Rosenberg,
Mesdames Isaac Sapirstein,
Bcm Schram, Richard Schwartz,
Jack Segal, Al e Selecoff, Rose She-
Cele Stern. Abraham Tow-
bin, Rose Trucker, Maurice Weil,
a nn.e Weinstein, Morris Yoffe.
-
'
A has
equ
ir the lern shopping I i
ility are ii i, a on the 'i:... .n.
"anl. lie -
L. B. Taylor and Assoi I ites, "t
liami, are in charge of d< sign, with
pecifications calling for a "show-
ase supermarket" in whiih the
test innovations in the field of
.If service merdiurtoising will be
niployed.
Exterior design is being planned
o harmonize with the style of sur-
rounding residential and business
areas. Grounds, including the too
ear parking area, will he land
scaped to preserve the atmosphere
that distinguishes the Key, he no-
ted.
The new store, classified as one
of Food Fair's gourmet units, will
contain more than 9. food and
Ihousehold items in its is depart-
ments Spacious aisles and easy ac.
cess display cases will contribute to
customer convenience, while an in-
terior decor of clear bright pas-
tels accented by white will provide
a pleasant shopping atmosphere
A fully stocked delicatessen, in-
cluding an International Api
er Department, will hi- among the
gourmet features at the new unit.
Food Fair, one of the largest re
tail food chains in the nation, op-
erates in io eastern seaboard states
in Calif on
-
Mrs. Lewises
New D>3ctor
\rw projet i 'i re -
. Women in I
Sidrn 5 Le pro io slj as-
i-taut pro.net director,
WHS is a group ol women re-
.ruitcd from f( ar national organiza-
National Council of Jew .
Women, CatJu lie Women and Ne
Women, and United church W -
men. to recruit and screen young
V omen for the Women's Job Corps
Other- from the Council of Jew-
ish Women seizing with the local
UK's are interviewers, Mrs, Nor-
man Tatar, director of interview-
ers, Mr- Joel \ Lee. MM Nathan
Machtey, Mrs Edwin oppenheim.
Mi- Morton llalpern. Mrs Man-
in Bostin, Mi> Raymond Rubin,
Mr- Norman Ci hen.
Transportation, Mrs. Aaron Parr;
visitors, Mrs David Kirseh, Mrs
Bernard Silverstein, Mrs Irving
iYexler, Mr- II M Lechtcnstein;
ts, Mrs Jess Spirer
lirector ol data assistants, Mrs
Leo Ackerman, Mrs Theodore Ber-
man. Mrs Seymour Blumenthal
Mrs Louis Roth; community re-
sources, Mrs. B F. Breslauer
Mr- William I Brenner and Mr-.
Edwar 1 Oppenheim are the organi-
zational hai.-on- from the Council
lew ish Women to WICS
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j
1
VPS. lAWKtNCl WtiTON
Ait/ will be narrator. Mi-
tt Peldman and Mrs llerzl
in- in charge of decorations,
a ill Ih- in keeping with the
them,- Mrs Jack Segal is
and Mrs William Car
0 chairman
Mi Weston has been active in
org inizationa here. An officer
art member >( Blscayne,
' u- and Miami Beach High
she i- a board member and
member ol Angel Chapter
School Emma Lazarus
r of Hadassah, life member
ler Miami Chapter ot Deb-
e president <>f B'nai l'.nth.
president A North shore Opti-
1 board member of Miami
Opti Mr.
ID officer of Temple
ah Sisterhood I r si* years
with i 1m: iband and
rs Patricia and Meryl, at
1 i ltd
officers to be Inducted are
len Mrs, Milton Sing
i d Schuman, Mrs
Mrs Marshall Ki i '.
onding secretary, Mrs
< luiiui.ii-, reei nding secre
Mrs Samuel Graham; social
s Mrs Louis Buohman.
:' Mrs Irving Solom n,
"1 secretary, Mrs Essie
rliamentaiian, Mrs Lillian
WW; In-, Irian, Mrs Norman
<*-. ,;: Mrs Elsie Bel-
li ol hrectOM are Me.stlames
And LOXury begin* leith the finest erectm eheene
That's Philadelphia Brand of course-the tastiest cream cheese of all.
And freshest toobecause it's the fastest selling brand in
your grocer's dairj case' So when you give your family this feast
offender Nova Scotia and bakery fresh bagels-make it pure
LOXury with Philadelphia Brand Cream Cheese;
Kraft on the packaa* is your guarantee of the flneet for flavor, fr.ehne.e and purity. ffKRAFl
CERTIFIED KOSHER


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Miami Beach Chapter of Women's American
DRT will hold its tenth birthday party and in-
stallation of officers at a brunch at the Monte
Carlo Hotel on Wednesday at 11:30 a.m. To
oe installed are seated (left to right) Mrs. Earl
Gold, parliamentarian, Mrs. Paul Taylor, in-
coming president; Mrs. Lou Jacobson, out-
going president; Mrs. Syd Hoff, vice president;
Mrs. Claire Schleimer, treasurer. Standing
(left to right) are Mrs. Mae Nathan, vice pres-
ident; Mrs. Irving Gordon, financial secretary;
and Mrs. Jack Sonshine, vice president.
No. County T
Names Supervisor
Mrs Kenneth Raskin, a local rw
idea) who has worked with -M
VMIIA ECD progn m lor the pasl
three years, has been appointed i<>
oeed Mrs Beverlj Yelen as hi-
pervisor of the North County
ymha ECD pro-ram. it wm an-
nounced i>> Jeansmtte Sohwarti,
director
Mrs aaekin holds .1 BA degree
[10m Indiana Universitj She has
taken additional training in oarly
childhood aduoation at Barn Col-
lege and the Universitj ot Miami
She is active in the South Florida
Association of Cbildreo Under Six
and is a member of the National
Association for the Education of
Youiu: Children.
The Early Childhood Develop
men! Program imorporate- a so
iially -oriented curriculum designed
!i. guide the child in learning to re
1 ite to the world about him.
Mrs Harriet Epstein, chairman
of the North Countj "Y" 1'TA. will
announce Mrs Raskin s appoint
meni at a series of coffee meetings
with Uie parents
MKS. KENNETH KASKIH
Firm Nomes
Richard Sepler
ran and installation of new officers of the
": ...-an CRT
Mrs. Max Deakter, with Mrs. Irene Sus
Lc I tc tig] are Mesdc?
EJdcj ft-
.. Leu Gibbs, treasurer; Samuel Konefsky.
ice president; Paul Allen, in-
ing president; Faye Klausr.er, past piesident; Isadore Ber-
Ben Grt- president; Max D3akter,
lary; and Sam Isaccs, vice piosident.
Cha. Chapter
Will install
Mrs. Zebltz
Beach Hadassah
Installation Will
Hear Dr. Voss
ecti :
I I
ion luncheon on
at the & 1 ille Hotel,
th will be installed
1 sidenl for a third tei m Mrs
4yei m< mbership vice
1 -ident; Mrs. Phillip Thau pro
vioe president; Mrs Eva
1 fund-raising vice president.
Samuel Goldberg, education
\ .. president.
Mrs Barnetl Beckerman, donor
man, will introduce a program
led bj Mrs, Henry B. Wernicli
1 li 1 j man and author, will
Dr Carl Herman Voss will
>' speaker.
!! reoeutly returned from an 1 x
t -11 e tour of the Middle East
> h. re he visited Isral and she Arab
1. n for the seventh time In 1-
i ..(' he visited Hadassati installa-
Woman with Fine Background
-" HrOrew Q<
for poiit
to woman or gentie-
Foe informal .
Call 538-4541
.jon
MRS. NAT BAK1H
tioii> at the new Medical ("enter
His talk will be on "Israel's Extra'
rdinarj Accomplishments."
NEWCOMER
newcomer to
t
'"e and or phoi
c o Jewish FloriOian. Bo.
Miain.. Florida 33101
Organizational Secretary
Spetitliztng in Billing. Filing- typing
nrj experienced m general o'ficr
o, Knows Hebrew. Yiddis>-
n,ir jnd Russian
Phoo 538-4541
from 9 to 12 Noon
Emanu-EI Torah
Luncheon Club
n| Temple
held
it the
1 i itive
: Dr
Irving Lehrman, the group marked
the final class ol t le season with
Siyum" celebration, which tra-
ditionally macks the conclusion of
a year ol study
A special fifth Mrtodaj cake was
prepared, accordinu to Ben Zion
Ginsburg, chairman, and aUM4M
will re-ume for the sixth year in
the fall.
(.':. B'i ith ''
en, ]
tion for Tui -d. y, h p m at the
iville Hotel Mayor Melvin
Richard will jive greetings Mrs
Flora H Sinick, past president
i hairman i t the daj
Mrs Esther Lerrr n, founder
pi esident ol t 'Iiai Chapter, and |
.; imi B e a c it council,
will install the following offi
91 66
President, Mrs Jack Zebitz; vice
i resident-. Mrs D> ris Laschow,
Mrs Paul Gaier, Mrs Elsie Giuner
Mrs Ben Resinkoff; treasurer
Mrs Maka Prank; secretaries, Mrs
Vnne Pergament, Mrs Sid Dutberg
Miss Paula Tepman, Mrs Nat
Katz; historian. Mrs Flora II Si-
nick; sentinel Mrs Joseph Pollack;
guardian, Mrs Ethel Hasen; parlia-
mentarian anil trustee. Miss Helen
Silverstein,
Counselor and tn stee, Mrs
Philip Wouner; trustees, Mrs Es-
ther l.ermaii. Mrs, Ml x Kern, Mrs
Flora H. Sinick. Mrs Ira Optner
and deceased. Mrs Oscar Rosen-
thal.
Mi-- Ann Ka> will offer a mu-
sical program
Committee members are \n-s
Paula Tepman, Mrs ciel Simon.
Mrs David Broder, Mrs ike Ri sen
berg, Mrs Anne Kaplan and Mrs
Ben lies,,.
Deborah Hospital
Slates Affairs
South Dade Chapter, Deborah
Hospital, will hold it- regular meet-
ing Wednesday, 8 p.m., at (oral
Gabli Federal, 97th Ave Bird Rd.
The chaptei i- planning a barbe-
cue, swmi and cai art) June
19, at the home ol Mr and Mrs
Lai "> 'Irossman if. : -a 52nd
Ter Proci eds are t"! Deborah Hos
Werner Kahns
Attend Confab
Mr and Mrs. Wi
mt K a h n v'>i .i"
InU i
ri phj '
May 2
'I he annual Exp
h> the P
Amei ttet
than 5.0i i tion
;- iv the
ol n< .1 techni
\ ances
Democratic Club
Meet Wednesday
Next meet
Miami Beai h Is slated I
i i i the S i-!''
Hotel
All candidate- running foi the
office oi mayor or councilman in
the June l election have been in-
vited to -peak al the gathering
President Wall} Gluck will act
.i- master ol ceremonies and mod
erator.
Attorney Richard M Seplei
Hi.de.ih Dr., Hi.de.ih has b
named to tin
I
Board of D
ors of Tech K<
foam Product-
lne He has .i '
been named -
retar) and
al counsel for lh<
organizatioi
Sepler 1-
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... SWEETHEART ROSES AND MOONLIGHT
Sandy, looking verj engaged in ;i long sum-
mer white pique formal, with her nance, Leslie
Gerald Pelletz, greeted gueata .ii the cocktail re-
ception given b) her parents, Prances and Eli
Meltzer, in the outdoor patio <>f the Delano Hotel.
Flaming fire torches, email table groupings fea
Hiring pink rose and white sweetheart rose floral
decorations, soft music and a big golden Miami
moon provided an exquisite background tor the
Leslie i- 'ho son of Mrs Rose G Pelletz,
His grandmother, Mrs, Anna Goldberg, whose
late husband, Lekbush, was the well-known Je
i-h actor, was there too, included amonu guests
Helene and Robert Jackson, Mr and Mrs
Joseph Levlne, Dr and Mrs Alexander Ubow,
Mr and Mrs. Charles Grace, Rae and Lou Levine]
who flow in from Massachusaetta as a surmise to
the engaged couple, Dr. and Mrs Donald Michael-
son, Mr and Mrs s Nlaaenbeig with Susan and
Michael, Mr and Mrs. Steven Mondrach, Rabbi
Mr- Leon Kronish. Mr and Mrs Marvin
N'nckow. Mr. and Mrs Sam Ilirsch. Mr and Mrs
Kenneth oka. Mr and Mrs James Abramson, Mr
Mr- Ren Caster, the Harry Zukernkks and
the Bert Wallers

THE SEVEN FUNSTERS
Instead of competing wKh the Monsters on
nsion. s.-\in Funsters of the Imperial House
i champagne breakfast for all the "gals" who
there. The onh exceptions to the rule that
ts had to live in the Imperial House were si \
eral mothers The Punsters were Honej Mrs k
Albert] Pallot. now en mute to Fur pe, Muriel
Mrs Mam Peters, Sylvia (Mrs Wffllami Men
-h>r Shirley Wootf, Hours [Mrs \ I, i Glick
\' n Mrs Harrj Sturm, and Mickej Mrs
Bernard l Berkley Lorgnettes were on the tables
so that guests could us,, them to see the style
preset ted bj Mrs Harold Bauman, ol
fashions as the models stepped through, the huge
frame,
FAIRYLAND IN THE IMPERIAL HOUSE
The a. L Glickmans had a dinner party
Mine the) couldn't in all eighty guests into their
rtment at the Imperial House bhej had the
Ij in the Imperial House dining room Honey,
"h<. ha- a flair lor the unusual, (-rented a fairy-
land with pink and shocking tulle and net, and
arlands festooning Ihe pillars, where the I
linner was hei.i The buffet hors d'oeuvre table
had a huge ire star of David \ tinkling fountain
sprayed pink water Men .3 \ own was stunning to
match the room 'ihe entertainment included i
hypnotist, Danny S hmidt. who did such a good
|0b on (lorn Meyerson ihat ho slill hasn't smoked
a cigarette Poll) de Hlrsh Meyer recited -Marx
had a Little Lamb." Among -nests wore Mr and
Mrs. Alan Fetors Alan acted as master of
ceremonies Col and Mrs jack Arvey, Mrs
Mattie Washton, Mr and Mrs. Alex Man son. Mrs.
lack Abtin, Mr, and Mrs. Ron Peterson. Mr, and
Mrs Charles Schnger, Mr and Mrs Ben Smor
ling, Mr and Mrs Philip Pixel, Mr and Mrs. Lee
Vogel and Mr ami Mrs Charles Mattel. Honey's
goodies that she r* so expert at making. Including
those Ultle filled tarts, caused a minor sensation
IS THIS THE WAY TO CELEBRATE AN
ANNIVERSARY?
Stuarl Altshool was m Mt Sinai Hospital. Ihe
Pontaincbleau pan on the eiehth flow, with a
love!) terrace on which his wife, Jeanette, sot out
pots of violets It was their 36th anniversary, and
Jeanette joined him in a wonderful dinner Ex
cepl for the fact thai Stuart wore pajamas, (hey
t'otridn'l know thai the) were in a hospital stii
'" I- bi tter. and i home t<> do the resl ol
brating. Frances Lehman.
'Thank You' Rtlly in Capita}
i \ .ii \

I :i Ilk Y U.
I S \ tic n here, in ap-
lion by
'. I h
bj uniformed
i troopi
Newly-installed officers of the Greater Miami Women's Divis-
ion. American Friends of the Hebrew University, meet to pro
ject plans for the cominq season. From left are Mrs. Hurry
Platoff, vice president of Woman of the Book Mrs. Philip F
Thau, president; Mrs. Ida R. Lear, vice president of America
Israel University Program. Not shown is vice president. Mrs
Trudre Hamerschlag, whose portfolio is wills and living be
quests.
Dora Stein Ladies Elect Officers
Mew slate of officers for Dora
st.'in Sisterhood, Israelite Center
will be installed on Tuesday oven
ii;.'. May 25. in the social hall.
Set \ ing as a praesidium for 1965
66 will be Mrs Philip Rirhman
Mrs Aron B< II nkoff, Mrs Ruth
Kstzifl an I M s Hyman Kirsner
i pn sidents Mi Al Winston
M rs S h Milch.-.!.
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the Americana Hotel, and the use of a Hertz Chevrolet se-
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Friday. May 14, 1965
MABU
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
It's hard to believe that someone lived in towns with
such odd names in Minnesota as Ev.leth. Duluth and nib-
bing. Hibbine is the richest little village in the world, ac-
cording to Mabel (Mrs Yale) Levinson. who lived there.
Her father was one of the original pioneers in Uibhing
when the iron ore industry fir>t started, bringing his lum-
ber business to the village, where it was sorely needed.
Mabel has a musical background. She studied voice, piano,
violin and saxophone. Indeed she could have been a whole
orchestra.
Later, she went to Bemidji State Teachers College in
Minnesota and did her practice teaching out on the Indian
Reservation. But she was unhappy
teaching, preferring to be a nurse.
She promptly turned herself
around, went to Chicago and be-
came a registered nurse. It was
there that she met Dr. Yale Levin-
son, while the two of them were at
Cook County Hospital.
Two years later, they were
married, which makes them a
happy couple of 24 years. Living
in Chicago. Mabel became active
in the community. During the war
years, she was in charge of Civil-
ian Defense Information for North
Side Chicago, taught a year at
Downtown Northwestern, was a
charter member of the National
rVomen's Committee for Brandeis University, charter mem-
H r Ol (he National Conference of Christians and Jews, and
^resident of Temple Sholom. among many others. Fifteen
n ai ago, the Levinsons bought a house on North Shore Dr..
ailing it a Holiday House, where they spent three months
winter. Eight years ago they moved here to live
Yale retired, but Mabel didn't. She went back to her
love, hospital work, in which previously she couldn't
articipate to the degree she wanted when her husband had
teen a practicing physician. Now she has a free reign. Her
irsl .ion in the Women's Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai Hospital
as chairman of orientation. She went right up the lad-
ier of leadership until this weekend when, on Friday, she
s being installed as Auxiliary president. She is also editor
)f "Cherry Chatter" of the State Bulletin for Associations
f Florida Hospital Auxiliaries and has just completed a
our of Florida in her line of duty.
Mabel and Yale have traveled the whole United States.
As a youngster. Mabel spent ten months in Europe, and
rale spent a year there. Strangely enough, neither one
:,- the desire to return. They like music, attend the con-
:erts and have a hectic social life with their friends here.
\- always, there are many oiiti.ftov. ners to entertain. Yale
jets all of the current literature on medicine, and he and
Mabel spend much time discussing and keeping up to date
newest trends and ideas in the medical field.
Ii brings to her role as president of Mt. Sinai ilos-
nen's Auxiliary' the knowledge of a trained nurse,
i capability of a trained volunteer, and the warmth and
a truly dedicated person
mt: i
Miss Rosenkranz,
Medical Student's
Betrothal Told
Dr and Mrs. Hyman Rosenkranz,
of 4-m SW 2nd St.. announce the en
ent of their daughter, Susan
Ellen to Arthur Jerry Levy, son
of Mr. and Mrs McKin Levy, of
Silver Spring. Md.
An August wedding is planned.
and following a honeymoon in
Jamaica, the couple will life in Sil-
ver Spring,
The bride-elect, an elementary
education major, graduates from
the University of Miami in June.
Mr. Levy is a senior at George-
town University School of Medicine.
Washington, D. C.
Miss Rosenkranz' father is presi-
dent of the Dade County Obiro-
practic Society and maintains his
office on Miami Beach.
Asthma Chapter
Donor Luncheon
Greater Miami Chapter oi I
dren's Ron arch institute an
pi'al at Denver held a donor
eon, in conjunction w >th the in i
linn of efficers on Mondnj
Algiers Hotel.
Officei are Mrs. Stephen I
pre* dent. Mrs. Sam Dicksoi
lent; Mrs. Leo Meyer
c.al secretarj
MISS SVSAN ROSENKRANZ
Miss Brotman
Plans Wedding
In June, 1966
A June. 1 !>ki. weding is planned
for Miss Harriet t"Tammy") Ta-
ni.tra Brotman and Warren Safter.
Announcement i f the i ngagement
is made by the future bride's
mother. Mrs Lilyan Brotman. 921
SW tv'i Ave
The prospective bridegn om is the
son of Mr and Mrs Jack Safter,
Bronx, N Y.
Beach Home
Launching Drive
Jewish Convalescenl Hoi
South Fli nd.i i- launching it
geneial membership drive 11
>i ars
Jack Stein and >Ir>. Nathar
: rmen of thf MrmrxTshi|:
r.iittcc. have announo-d thai
hers (f the Miami Beach inst I
lion's Board of Directors are
Izing t > enroll hundreds oi
members and have them tat
in it- programs.
MISS TAMM1 BROJMAN
Mrs. Gittelson
Heads Gardeners
Dadeland Garden Club installa-
tion luncheon was held on Friday at
Kings Bay Yacht and Country Club,
I Mrs. George Gittelson was installed
las president by Mrs Philip James,
Other officers include Mrs. Her-
man Feldman. Mr.-. Bernard Lit-
: man. vice presidents; Mrs. J. Brill,
recording secretary; Mrs. Jack Sa-
lem, corresponding secretary; Mrs.
Gustav Serino. treasurer.
Mr.- Frank W. Hewlett, immedi-
ate past president. Florida Federa-
tion of Garden Clubs, was honored
guest. Co-chairmen of the day were
Mrs. Philip Schiff and Mrs Marvin
Zank.
Beth Am Youth
Pick Miss Malin
As President
Mi-- -'ijiicne Malm, daughter oi
Mr and Mrs George Malm, has
been electe I president of thi Youth
(in up of Temple Beth Am
The group i- an affiliate of lh<
National Federation of Temple
Youth and meets every Monday
evening at 7 30 in the Youth Lounge
i the Temple
Young Pianist
Gets Scholarship
Natalie Daich, young Mian
;-.. has been accepted with
ar.-hip by Boston I niver.-it>
-he plans to attend next \>-
a music degree.
\ italic is al-o a member
National Honor Society. gr
ih spring from Coral Gable
School, and has n i<:. i> bei
sen bj ;h South Florida D i
- ation .i- one ol the out
ing young people in this arei
.she has also In en pi CSentC
. this year bj the Mus
(!u! and the Surfside Mus
ietj she is the daughter Mi
,i n d Mrs In lng IH k h, ol
i iables
Mizrachi Women
Luncheon Tuesday
Miami Beach Chapter of Mi/rachi
Women's Organization of America
will tender a luncheon in honor of
life members on Tuesday noon at
the Royal Hungarian Restaurant.
Arrangements Committee, includ-
ing Mrs. Rachel KatZ Lauler. presi-
dent, Mrs. Sylvia Meyers and Mrs.
Julia Turkell. has scheduled a spe
cial program of Israeli entertain
ment.
Feature will he the presentation
of an award for dedicated and de-
voted service to Mrs. Lcuis Lustig
fur her years of untiring effort
In helping Mizrachi work through
the Miami Beach Chapter."

Cancer League
Meets Friday
Women's Can< I
Miami Bi ach ill hold its
monthly meetin on I ridaj
Ri nej Plaza Hotel.
M rs 1 eon Ma ei pre
will conduct the |i iard
..... i eon r
- for the Seventh
neon on Dei 13 v ill be

t hairmen will m h members to sei \ i ii fund i
in h su| port the
"linic al Ml Sinai Hospital
lunction with the Damon i u
Fund
Anna Miller
Unit Card Party
Anna Miller Circle of M
Beach Elks will hold a card
1 Elks Lodge. 720 Weal Ai
Tueada) starting at 7 30 p.n
All proceeds will go to hi* H
\nn.i Home for Cr^ipled O *'<"
al Umatilla, Fla.
President <>f the circle
William Adelinan.
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Utafa* Her Mian
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Incominq officers of the Southeast Florida Re-
aion of Women's American ORT installed
Wednesday noon at the Deauville Hotel are
srcted (left to right* Mrs. Harold Schneider.
Executive Committee chairman; Mrs. Lou Ja-
cbscn, vice president; Mrs. Morris Green-
reccrdinq secretary; Mrs. Alan Tannen.
irer. Mrs. Florence Kupperman, presi-
dent; Mrs. Philip Stark, vice president; Mrs.
Richard Greenbaum. vice president. Stand-
ing (left to riqht1 are Mrs. William Fishman,
vice president; Mrs. Max Aarons, parliamen-
tarian; Mrs. Georqe Linden, vice president. Not
shewn are Mrs. Jack Fils, vice president; Mrs.
Steven Hutt, financial secretary; and Mrs. Sey-
mour Goldstein, coirespondinq secretary.
Zion Women
To be Installed
Installation of officers for Temple
- iterhood will take place on
ij \i i\ 21, K :> p m.
I'n it -nt for the coming year
ill be Mrs Sidney Goldftaum;
icorge Klein, Mrs Leonard
er Mrs J, se| h R> bbins, Mrs.
lu n lilr.ck, vice presidents; corn
ling secretary, Mrs Hyman
> i .i turer, Mrs Max Paw
r; financial se retary, Mrs.
ai Laiken; Mrs. Harr> Weiss,
it) director.
f
Bonk ffeefs Rechfschoffer
\t ,i meeting of the Heard of Di-
the PeopU National
nk of Hay Harbor Islands. Jay
h.iinr was elected to the
-or> Council of the hank The
incement was made by Leon-
i i hairman oi th<- board.
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Miami Hadassah
Installation Set
Monday Evening
New officers of Miami Chapter
of Hadassah and ten affiliated
groups "ill DC installed on Monday.
7 45 p.m., at the Everglades Ho-
tel.
Mrs. Irwln Lisa, a past president
( 1 Miami Chapter and Florida Re-
1:1011 of Hadassah, will be install-
ing officer.
To bo installed are Mrs. Max
SwartZ, president. Mrs. Samuel
Steinberg, Mrs. Eugene Silver-
stone, Mrs Joseph Scopp, Mrs Phil-
ip Fine. Mrs. George Katzman, vice
presidents; Mrs. Morris Herman.
Mrs. Sam Herschfeld, Mrs. Morris
Lauretz, Mrs. Alvin Burger, secre-
taries; Mrs. Henry Paul, treasurer.
Presidents of Miami groups are
Aviva. Mrs. Fred Stone; Chai, Mrs.
Maxwell Weisberg; Einstein. Mrs.
Louis Kantor; Kadimah. Mrs. Mor-
ris Press; Menorah, Mrs Leon Ro-
SOff; Mt, Scopus. Mrs. Max Chur-
vis; Naomi, Mrs. Kphraim Collins;
Tikvah. Mrs. Charles Catzin; Torah.
Mrs. Albert Dubbin; Chaiin Weiz
niann. Mrs. Philip Botwinick.
Reservations chairman are Mrs.
Seymour Schulncr and Mrs. Mur-
ray Turetsky.
Goodwill President Cited
Bank executive R o y A. Perry,
president of the local Goodwill In-
dustrie.-, has been selected to re-
vive the Edgar J. Helms Award
lor 1965 Oi Goodwill Industries of
America. Presentation will !* at
a G odwill gathering in St Peters-
burg on June 21 to 25.
New officers of the Dade County Council of the American Med-
ical Center of Denver include Mrs. Murray Levrant (seated
center), president; Mrs. Fred Perlman (right), vice president;
Mrs. Lila Myers (left), social secretary. Standing (left to right)
are Mrs. Aaron Kapit. corresponding secretary; Mrs. Jules
Weston. treasurer; Mrs. Jerry Leader, recording secretary.
Pioneer Council To End Season
Greater Miami Council of Pio-
neer Women will hold the last reg-
ular meeting of the season on Wed.
nesday The 1 p.m. meetin in the
Algiers Hotel will be conducted by
Mrs Harriet Green, president.
Agenda will include -late of offi-
cers for the coming year present-
ed by Mrs Moses Meyer. Nominat-
ing Committee chairman. Members
oi the' committee are Mesdames
Joseph Krantz, Ida Liftman. Fred
Sandier. Osear Zelt/er and Isaik
shJcin Flection will follow the
n adirrg of the slate.
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Miss Goodman
To Get Award
At Bond Function
Mi> Lillian Goodman, a past
president of Miami Beach Chapter
I Hadassah. now serving as Israel
Bond ("hairman for the Southeast-
ern Region ot Hadassah, as well as
for her chapter, lias been sinxloL
out to receive the Israel Bond Wo-
men's Division Chairman of the
Year Award.
The award will be presented to
Miss Goodman for her outstanding
role as chairman of lladassah's
Israel Bond luncheon the past two
years. In each of these years, un-
der her chairmanship, Hadassah
achieved new national records in
bond sales
The award will he presented to
Miss Got imafl at the Hadassah-Is-
rael seventeenth anniversary lunch-
eon on Monday. May 24. at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel.
and a program will complete the
afternoon.
Pioneer Women and it> sister or-
ganization. M 0 e t z e t Hapoalot
(Working Women's Council) in Is-
rael, are responsible for over 50
percent of all social service in Is-
rael.
* e
Mrs. Fred Sandier, president of
Kadimah, will meet with the exec-
utive board on Tuesday. 8 p.m.. at
the home of Mrs William Sokoloff,
\w 38th Ct Plans will be final-
ized for installation <>t new officers
Ex utive B rd to be conduct-
ed by Mr Annette Blacker, chair-
man of the Nominating Committee
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Friday, May 14, i965
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arm in
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yours,
h
Dade County Optonietrlc As-
sociation held its annual in-
stallation of officers Saturday
night at tlu- Carillon Hotel. Wife
of the incoming president. Mrs.
M;n> S win. chose a black dec-
ollOte sheath whieh featured a
laticed back caught with a pin
The outgoing president's wife,
Mrs. Arthur Helfman, was in a
Dtor bkie cocktail ensemble of
silk with a draped cowl neckline
and bracelet-length sleeves
TPtniaster for the evening
\\;t- Dr Emanuel Pushkin, whose
wife chose a black clooney lace
two-piece cocktail ensemble. Her
hemline followed the scalloped
line of the lace The overblouse
featured a bateau neckline and
had an emerald green satin belt,
Her th< ater c >a1 was in a match-
ii_ emerald green. Mrs. Robert
her:. wife i the president
ol the Florida Optometric As ci
a ion two-piece black
crepe which was ruffled at
the hei ee
le theatre
.. lai
|u|RS. R
" i was in a

I th.'
\ blue an i
green irl silk tro
Kon was Mrs Charles Ja
ening.
\ whil n w it Ji
th w s it
in '. v ith ;* triple-
!i' r neckline

Kellv Gn the (
choice ol Mrs Simon Hirschberg,
Her silk cocktail ensemble fol-
lowed the classic lines Mrs. Steve
Morris was in a white silk brocade
tunic dress. Her fitted bodice was
sleeveless and had a jeweled neck-
line. Mrs. Albert Appleblatt's
black crepe had the sully nil-
fled feminine neckline with an
Aline silhouette in the skirt.
MRS. William PilitSOV WOW an
range moj gashel linen with
an empire waistline and A line
skirt Stand-up ruffles were at the
neckline and on the sleeves Mrs.
Leonard (.'hcrdack's black crepe
sheath was embroidered with jet
bugle bends at the neckline and
the arms.
A white silk ensemble was cho-
sen by Mrs. Harold Taylor Her
printed bodice blended green,
melon and white into a spring
time floral print. A white seqnined
jacket topped her sheath.
AIRS. MARTIN STUNtR
Her Tamid Ladies
Beard Luncheon
-
tcheoi d ca :
party in the Social Hall on Tues
A bo 'lion stamps
M Mort Schwarz,
is Mrs. i
Beth Sholom
Mothers Honored
Two mothers shared honors this
\ear at Temple Beth Sholom for
recognition of their services during
the past years to the children of
Beth Sholom Religious School, in
preparing and arranging, for holi
lays and festival observances.
Mrs. Bennett Lee and Mrs Mar
'in Steiner were chosen by a panel
of past Honor Mothers for recogni-
tion this year. Both Mrs Lee and
Mrs Steiner were presented with
large photographs of themselves
and orchids at ceremonies which
t> ok place at the Saturd.iv morning
\l her's Day service and the Moth-
er's Day service for the Sundaj
School on sun.lay morning, Maj 9
Tiu childn i Pati i< ia at : Susan
Lee, and Jeffrey, Marsha and
Lyni e SI moth-
. rg ,|:.wn thi the t( mple to
ive I
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Variety Children's Hospital names its first woman "VolunteM
of Valor," Mrs. Edward W. Broidy (center), shown recewr.q
a bronze plaque at the annual installation luncheon of the
Variety Women's Committee. Outgoing president. Mrs. Mur-
ray Friedman (right), presents the award as Mrs. Edwcid Ml-
niker (left), new Women's Committee president, extends hr
congratulations. Mrs. Broidy recently endowed the "Wa I
Faith," a mural carving in honor of her husband.
f-
OrOlomUSY Dinner Sunday
Proceeds from the dinm r o
ward group dues to National -V
I'SY ot Temple Or Olom is plan
nmg its first annual spaghetti din
! the synagogue On Sunday at
B 30 p m Lorraine Luftig is pn .!. of
Comedy. "How to Teach Your S p Leon Pollack i.
to be a Good Layman." will be per idrnt ol S
formi d, !' :-"'"
You Are Cordiclly Invited to Attend
SKY LAKE CAMPS
Pre-Camp Get Together
at the Deauville Hotel Cavalier Room
6701 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
SUNDAY, WAY 23rd, 1965 2 to 4 P.M.
Afford Old and New Campers the Opportunity of
Getting acquainted Friends Are Irvited.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION WRITE
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P.O. BOX 3355, MIAMI, FLORIDA
TEL DADE 624-0692 BROWARD 989-2137
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June 14 to August 6
FRFE BUS
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REGISTRATIONS NC ft
BEING ACCEPTED
Under the Personol Guidonce
of OR. IRVING UHRMAN
and Direction of
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FOR BROCHURE
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Miami Beach, Fla.
ATHLETICS and SWIMVING
SYNAGOGUE CENTERED
FIELD TRIPS and OUT'NGS
DRAMATICS SINGING
and DANCING
WEEKLY SABBATH SIRV'CE
\
Mother's Day Program
Musical group, Donna and the
Dees, was the highlight <>f the
Mother's Day program <>n Saturday
8 30 p.m.. at the Unified Hall for
the Abe Honwiti Ladies Auxili
ry JW\ 882, "Ducky" Duckman
rounded out the program with so
lections at the piano and a corn.
munity sin.'
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Mav 14. 1965
^JenlsHftvrldUart
Paqe 11-B
ipecsal Tribute
it Emanu-EI

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in-
nniversary Ball
ilmhi of Temple Emanu-EI's
anniversary Hall at the i>n>
on May :t" will be >
te to Joseph M Upton,
sident of the cottgrega
nd Max Bodennan, incoming
ic president, according to
nouncement by Jack Caraer,
I the ball.
Tribute Committee, under
Irving ('Mien, is planning a
ceremony to honor the two
JOSEPH UPTON
JACK CAKNU
MAX BODtRMAN
Y' Summer Camp Appoints Director
Burton Garr lias been appointed canpa far many summers His wife.
ler the spiritual leadership of
Irving Latmnan, Temple
xi-KI has become one of the
nding Conservative i j n a
- in the United State, m just
since its founding. Dr.
an ha- led tin- congregation
.. yean
Mrs. Tupler Will
I Be Welcomed
i Faye Tupler. president. Wo-
League tor Israel. Miami
Chapter, will ue vvelcuuiecl
. Mient trip to Israel at
Thursday, May l>o. l p.m.
bekl at the Bone) I'la/1
affair i- being boated b)
ii aid members, with
larr> Kapell serving aa chair
In in l.< lirman will Ik' guest
Gd Shoo S Miller will
Hid Joe
I'm--, i,: ,i pi gram of
-I will be d. dicated
:ls in the
Home
n enations are
Si or i nd Mi Jaeoii
lirector of the summer da> camp
program to be conducted by the
YM-ywiia ui GMater Miami u
has been aaneuncad b) Bfraim ll
Gale, executive director
The "Y" i- conducting one com
blned da> lamp program this year
I o r all of Us branches on the
grOUttds ol its DOM facility, at HaOO
SW 8th St
Currently branch director of
the Miami Beach "Y," Garr has
conducted camping programs for
the past several years. He has a
master's degree in social group
work from Boston University. As-
sisting him tfiis summer will be
three unit supervisors, each of
whom will direct the activities of
a unit of seven camp groups.
These unit heads will be Marvin
Perkel, Sylvia Ruskin and Rita
T r i 11 i ng.
Perkel .v.i- program director for
thi beach Y day camp lasl sum-
\ iol ol
.ii w ork ol Rutgers I'nit ei sit)
has i n m chai '( youth pr
"i
Mrs
camp
Anita, will serve as drama and mu-
sic specialist, Koppele is a teaeher
at Ida Fisher Junior High School,
and Mrs Koppele teaches at Un-
ite! h slioiom Nursers .school.
-xing Match
re *o Assist
K cc-biah Fund
\-i i ialion has an
a for the ben
ih Games to be
n .it Tel
\t Vl
n. pi the as

. ,': v. !! n All

etc*
! Illrllts
siiou will in- June 16
luate '>i New
: ; i
tor far thi "i
years, and is i
.it the ecu
Y Mi I '
I the I niver
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i\ riel 11. I .
Ih- II ..-
such schools Pu
>cn K ll.n en and Ol) mpia
Lakes
'I In ili. ector w ill
Kop
pa city I i
IIC Stockhoders
Plan May 25 Meet
Greater Miami stockholders of
the Israel Investors Ciap>ration
vwll have a dinner meeting at 840
p.m., Tuesday. May 25. at the Bar
celona Hotel.
Hosting the event are Jacob Rif
kln and Jack S Popick, local civic
aid business leaders Pi.pick is a
member of the corporation's board.
Samuel Rothberg, president of
Israel Investors Corporation and
national campaign chairman.
State of Israel Bonds, will make a
special progress report.
In December, 1964, tin- company
paid out t,, n> stockhol lers a four
in r cenl sto< k distril ution, making
in- fourth such distribution, in
ti ii :.' i ii lerly
end
Tir progress a *h of the
nek
'I li
ni c in

phase >: Isra
11 > >
Teachers Day
To be Observed
Y -ii rlamoreh." nation.I Jew-
I eachers Day. will he celebrat-
in tin- gynagogu of Greater
\li.urn during the Festival of La.:
B'Omer
Tin- Bureau of Jewish Education
will participate in the celebration
bj a special television broadcast
on Sunday, in a.m. over Station
WCKT, Chan 7. as part of "Ihe
still small Voice" program of the
Greater Miami Rabbinical Associ-
ation.
The broadcast will fea'.ure the
fust three graduates of the Hebrew
Department of the Bureau's College
ol Jewish Studies. The three yiadu
ates. Mrs. Sam Brenner, Mr.-. Jack
Diamond, and Mrs. Irving Seulel,
will bo interviewed by Louis
Schwartunan, executive director of
the Bureau.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff, of Beth
El Congregation, will introduce
and close the program, which will
include a visual biographical
sketch of Maimonides
National Jewish Teachers Da) is
sponsored hy the American Associ-
ation for Jewish Education in an
effort to clarify the role of Jewish
teachers in the community, to pay
tribute to the teacher's dedication
and efforts, and stimulate a further
recruitment of Jewish teacher- for
tin- American commuintv
Pharmacists
In Convention
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Summer Day-Camp
JUNE 14 through AUGUST 6, 1965
3 year olds through 9 yeor olds from 9.00 a.m. 4:00 p.m.
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FIELD TRIPS HEBRAIC ATMOSPHERE
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HALF DAY AND FULL DAY PROGRAM
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Gvilaiisi ai Robin Hood
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i.i-iit feature al the Robin Hooi
Miami Mav a. often called the Cu
ban Bing Crosby, was a bit this
at the Diplomat's <
Room S.T
Reform Men
Plan Retreat
Commission on Interlaith Aetiv
Hie- uf Art Union ol American Hi
brew Congregations, in eonjunc
Lion with the Southeast Florida Fed
nation ol Temple Brotherlm d-
will sponsor a weekend Interfaith
Retreat on May :m to 23 at Tarpon
Loci ue. Marathon key
Kabbi BaJfour ISriekncr. directei
Of the National Commission on In
tirtaith Activities, will conduct the
retreat
Open to brotherhood members Of
the eight Reform congregations in
South Florida and their invited
Protestant and Catholic gUflgtS, the
weekend will concern itself with
such vit.il issues .<- "Jewish Views
of Jesus." "Kel,_i in the Conteniporarv Social Uevolu
lion." and "The Religions Reaction
to the Moral Tone ol Modem Amen
ca
JtldgC Stanley I'red. ol Temple
Sinai. Ncrth Miami, is president of
tin brotherhood federation
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Directors Founders
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Major L.onard Wollman
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-: r ill liiiiini Seeretai j Ma na ei
R (,) Richards, ol Fl Myers, for
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Mrs Mike Troj is ladies' en-
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assisted b> Elmer WhaJley, Ben
Saks, Sid Crown, Jack Davis and
Sul Simkowitz Hospitalitj com-
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- knlslh fJcrldlar
Friday. May 14, 1965
Confirmation Class of Temple Menorah will
be honored at late Friday eveninq services
this weekend. Parents of the class will act as
hosts and hostesses at the Oneq Shabbat fol-
lowinq the services. Shown is Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz, spiritual leader of the Temple,
teachinq the followinq confirmation students:
Lyn Bornstein. Debbie Davis, Helen Dvoritz,
Larry Feldman, Sivia Goldberq, Nancy Goro-
detsky, Susan Hall, Zvie Honor, Arlene Kap-
lan, Steve Krinqold, Marjorie Lindenbaum, -
Penny Miller, Wendy Mishkin. Sary Pozo,
Susan Riesenberg, Nancy Rubel, Ellen Rappa-
port, Jan Saulson, Marlene Segal, Linda Sinq-
er. David Strickler, Marc Sussman, Maria
Taub and Michael Watstein.
Beach Candidates Running
Incumbents ami challengers wore busy this week campaigning for
seats on the Miami Beach City Council in the city's upcoming election,
as well as for the post of Mayor.
Hyman Galbut Radio Station WIN'Z. will deal with
Councilman Hyman Galbut con issues in the June 1 Miami Beach
tinned his campaign for reelec mayorality election,
ttw with the theme of "continued
progress with prosperity."
Sneaking before trurnouts at
coffees, breakfasts, and rallies.
Councilman Galbut pointed "to the
last two years while on the City
Elliott Roosevelt
Elliott Roosevelt, in announcing
his platform in his bid for election
as mayor of Miami Beach, has
stressed "restoring dignity and
Council and the record season and harmony to council meetings."
unprecedented prosperity. Roosevelt said his platform "re-
"As a councilman I worked to fleets my concern over the uncer-
bring Jackie Gleason to Miami tain future of the resort C im
Beach, and you all know what he munlty and that council meeting
has done for our city. Miami harmony is necessary so that
Beach has become a household
word for all over the country
thanks to his Saturday night tele-
casts." Galbut said.
I'm now involved with working
to establish Miami Beach as a
mo\ ie-making and tele* is
r This w ill in e a n more
meaningful and far-reaching poli-
cies can be formulated for Miami
Beach's growth."
The son of the late President
Franklin I) Roosevelt, say his
rters, "in offering a disting-
uished fa mil} heritage of public
sen i< < to the newly created of
lice Ol elected mayor, would en
prosperity, thanks to the many
nd technicians who will hance thi police force to cope with
ie here, work here, live here increased crii e tablish a
and even more important spread ior Citizens' Advisor) Commil
Mian i Beach around the countrj and seek reduction in Miami
and around the world" Galbut
ued.
And l in -nil working." Galbul
said, "in In hall of all the peo-
Beach bus fares
"Roosevelt would move to
itc a new, brighter image ol
Miami Beach world-wide; Initiate
pie. I've gone out personally to in- programs to attract year-round re
spec! sites for a Senior Citizen sidents; enc.....-age establishment
Center in the North Shore Section "f light, clean industry; and
of Miami Beach, I've appeared be- spearhead an accelerated effort to
fore the County Commission in an bring the 1068 Democratic and
effort to expand the services of Republican conventions to Miami
the Medical Center on 6th St., and Beach."
I've had correspondence with A Miami Beach businessman
Senators Holland and Smathers and resident for the past two and a
and Congressmen FasceU and Pep- half years. Roosevelt was elected
per on this same matter." Galbut National Democratic Committee
added. iinan from Florida in the last elec-
tions. He was a combat flier in
World War II and rose to the rank
Councilman Galbut has been a
Miami Beach resident since the
early 1930s, and now lives on
Royal Palm Ave with his wife
and four sons. Hi- son- attend the
Mesivta High School and the Heb
rew Academy Galbut i.s a gradu-
of brigadier general after 89 com
bat missions, receiving 27 combat
decorations from the V.S., Eng-
land and France.
Roosevelt is married to the
nic's services could be expanded
to take care of many of the prob-
lems that only consume a physi-
cian's time as well as that of an
elderly person to whom travel to
another section of the city is a
hardship." he added
Malek said he uill "also push
for an updated schedule ol occu
pational license fees in Miami
Beach, an aggressive and hard hit-
ting tourist commission to lure
added business here, and a review
of tax assessments to correct in
equities on the existing Miami
Beach tax rolls
"License fees paid by businesses
operating in Miami Beach are a
hodge-podge and must be put in
some kind "I consistent schedule,"
Malek said
"A similar situation exist- in
our real estate tax ass iii nts
There are man} inequities in the
property valuations, and they
must be corrected, Those who are
paying on a low valuation must be
brought into line with other tax-
payers so that they will pay their
fair share of the cost of govern-
ment."
Malek is a 38-year old attorney
who i- also known as ., singer at
reli ious s n ii es and as con
cert soloist Amoi more I an 20
1 pc.c! or) ii ization wi'h which h
is affiliated are the Miami Beach
and flatikvah Lodges ol B
B'rith, the Jewish Convalescent
Home of Smith lion'a Men's
Club. George Gershwin Lodge,
Knights of Pythias, and the Zion-
ist Organization of America

Aaron Farr
Dade Federation of Labor,
Miami Beach Local 2")"). an
nounced Wednesday its endorse-
ment of Aaron Farr. candidate in
Group 2 for the Miami Beach City
Council.
Farr, firs! vice pi ol the
, Beach < han I I
and hi ad
.. Beach
ei at 1616 V ash-
Paul Seiderman
-
ai-n for .Miami Beach City Coun-
cil. Group l hi i
The rallies are T IJ IS-
2ist street Communitj l
Wednesday, May 19, Pier Park;
Wed lies,lay. Mas 26, North Sh ire
Community Center, and Sunday.
Ma> 30, Pier Park.
Seiderman has his main head
quarters at 901 Arthur Godfrey
Rd.. with branches at 845 Wash
ingtOR Ave. and 71(V71st St
Among Beach residents joining
the Seiderman camp are Paul M
Marko. Jr.. Joseph M Rose.
James M. Albert. Arnold Lev}
Joseph Hoffman. Sue Berkowitz,
Simon E. Rubin. Mac Goldberg
D. A. Rubin. J. Kat/man, Ellison
R. Kosolf. Stanley H. Arkin, Max
Boderman, Donald A. Kaplan
Norman 1. Macht:
Kurt Wallach. Robert Shnayer
son. David B. Fleeman, Adrian
Thai. I .lull's Arkin. City Commis
-ioner Robert L, Turchm. Bernard
A Kornblum, C. L. Clemente, Jr.,
Harold J Segal. David G Bern.
John Owen. Harold M GeiTlsh,
Robert Blum, Ann Koren. Mrs
Lee Richman, Mrs. Robert Shnaj
erson, Mrs John Owen. Audrev
Porte. Sylvia I) Kaplan. Ruth
Kupper, Isabel Boderman Mrs. M
Prager, Ida Birnbaum, Jane Sil
vers, Paul Ronfeld. Trudy Turk.
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Huber,
Miriam Huberman. Lily an Free I
man. I.ilham Lechntner, Fran, is
Morns:
Elsie Gorenstein, Virginia Gerd
Rita Hankoff, Marilyn Gold
scr. Nan Cohen. Mrs J Friedman
Marian Nesbitt, Edith J Freed
man Rozaime Kornblum. Rcverh
ider and Marilyn Cromer
Milton Sirkin
Milton Sirkin Miami Beach
businessman, who is......
Cit> i ouncil, Croup < >ne, has tl
headquarters tor his race
The mam office is al 3913 Alton
Rd The other- an al .ash
n Ave and 713-71st SI
-
schedule I hey arc fhui sd i>
13 P -r Park; Saturtla;
.' rk; and Tuesdaj Ma} 25
"isi street Communit)
I ing Sirkin s
Max Orovitz, Baron de Hirsch
Me} er <' I. Clements, Sr Gus
Geiger, Max Boderman. David B
Fleeman, Charles Ronfeld, C I.
Clements, Jr., John Owen, Kurt
Wallach. Mrs. Louis Glasser, K na
.1 Stein Mrs John Owen, l. Jules
Arkin, Ree Vivian, Mrs Trudy
Hamerschlag, Mrs Nathan Sle-
wed. Mrs. I) Donald Smith.
Wynne Valentine, Gladys Israel
Mrs. James M Albert, Carole Wie-
sen Mrs Ben Zion Ginsburg, Mis
Jacob Katzman, Lill B i
ti Shap ro;
Pauline Mildner, N
witz, Malta.' Elene G

tram J. 1 pe. Doris

i Messin; H
S : Wii I
chin, Mrs Ed Sirkin, Rai
Brody. Stanl j n A 'k n, '.
Thai. Irving Frankel
il, Norman I M.
A Kaplan. Harold J Segal, P
Hunt. Id, I ail Susskind, Paul M
Marko Jr., Joseph M. Rose. James
M Albert. Arnold Levy. Joseph
Hoffman, Ellison Kosoff, Sue
BerkOWiU, Simon K Rubin. Mac
Goldberg. D A. Rubin. J Katz-
man, Sam Wiesen. Mildred R
Freeman. Beryl Schdnfeld. Mrs.
Henry B. wernick and Mr and
Mrs Victor Huber
VICTOR MITM
Reiter Heads
Temple Judea
Joseph Krefetz, presidi i
I < m p I e Judea, thi- week
i unced the appointment of Vi I
Reiter as chairman ol I 'l e
Judea Development C immittee
a new bui a B
yard south of Dixie Highwaj
Re ter is president ol the I
Ie Co fun actun
|e i- ,i past presi I il ol Te
Judea and a director ol Cedai
.uon Hospital. National
lren"s Cardiac Hospital, I
Miami Manufacturers Associat
and Florida Land Developi
Co
Reiter :- a native of Pitt
a graduate ol the School of I
ness Administration of the '
versity ol Pittsburgh and U>
post graduate work at Penn St.,
He is a member of Sigma K\
Mu and a Shriner.
Reiter has been married for
years, He and his wife, Ann.
residents of Coral Gables and ha
three children. Sheila, now Ml
Bernard Helman, James and lr
ate of the University of Miami former Patricia Peabody and has
Law School and maintains offices eight children and nine grand-
at 240 5th St
He is a director of Beth Israel
Synagogue and a member of Beth
children.
He's an F.Ik, member of Knights
of Pythias Moose. United Na
Jacob Synagogue. He is secretary tions Association. Miami Beach
of the Hebrew Academy and a Chamber of Commerce, Veterans of
member of the Board of Directors Foreign Wars. American Legion,
of Mesivta
(ialbut is a board member of gue. and
the Greater Miami Cemetery As Club.
BOCiation and a member of the
Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loan
iation He is also a board
member of Chesed Shel Ernes.
Am vets, Eagles Mason, civic Lea
Biscayne Democratic
Melvin Richard
A resolution endorsing the re
lection of Mayor Melvin J Rich-
ard of Miami Beach was adopted
Joseph Malek
"Improved service to senior citi-
zens at the medical clinic on Soul1:
Beach will he a prime objective
of Miami Beach City Count il
did ate Jo Malek." 'us supporters
declared Wednesday
Malek said that "the clinic at
by the South shore Citizens Club present is not -.! nn to meet the
this week primary needs of elderly residents
In a motion made by Louis Shaf- ,,< 1|U area and the need for more
km. life president oi the club, and services is urgent,
seconded bj Max D. Goldhagen, Tin- clinic should be able to
first vice president, the South provide our senior citizens with
Shore group unanimously voted to many of the answers to then
approve the endorsement health problems without the need
Mayor Richard will present "The for time-consuming, expensive and
Richard St: ry" on the three h ur unnecessary visits to their per-
Alan Courtney Radio Show this sonaiphysicians."
Friday, .starting at 10 p.m. "Nothing can take the place of
The program, presented over a regular physician, but the cli-
Isrcteli Music* Niqht was attended last week
at a Bayfront Bandshell conceit, with local
diqnitaries on hand. From left are Miami City
Commissioner Sidney M. Aronovitz, Miami
Vice Mayor Alice Wainwright. Circuit Judqe
Heniy Bulaban. Morris Epstein, whose idea
was responsible for the special proqra:
Metro Mayor Chuck Hall. Epstein was
the Key to the City of Miami in a brief pre-
concert ceremony.


^y. May 14. 1965
+Jtm>lst> fit r flirt n
Paqe 13-B
J$ar Michael Miller Ho will bo honored at a party in
[had. son of Mr. and Mrs. Da- the Algiers Hotel.
tiller. 1495 Daytonia Rd.. will a
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday T#rry Abrtm.
Terry, daughter of Mr. and Mr<
Israel Abrams. 820 NK 174Wi St..
l-hael is a student in the Re- will bo Ba-s Mitzvah on Friday eve-
1;, School and also attends ning May HLh. at Beth Torah Con-
Ehis Jr. High, where he plays gregation.
lay 15. at Temple Men
Michael Miller
Jeffrey Pereftman
Robert Choves
Ned Shandloff
Alex Gimelstein
the school band.
. c. lebrant will be honored at
,,!u i iillowin,' the ceremony
., dinner i\.-eption in the
,,t the Diplomat Country

Alex Gimelttein
finple Emanu-El will l>o the site
he Hai- Mitivah <>f Alex, son of
.. \liv /, l:k Gimelstein. on
unlay, May 15.
andpareoU of the celebrant
ife \lr and Mi- Morns Gimelsteiii
:,nv Mrs Regina Fogel.
\ .. nth rader at Ida M. Fish-
mor High, Ale* has won tru-
- (or assembling miniature ear^
ior painting. Other in
incl i le stamp and coin col.
* *
Robert Klein
-,'ii 18360 NE -'1st PI., will be
ir Mitzvah at Temple AdaUl
n "ii Saturday, May 15.
t is a seventh grader at
; y Kenm Junior High
favi rite sport is base
. eption will follow
Terry attends fifth grade gradu
atmg class of Beth Torah Rohg
ous S.hool and is in the seventh
,'rade at John F. Kennedy Junior
High.

Alan Herman
On Saturday morning. May 15.
at Temple Or Olom, Alan, son of
Mr and Mrs. Samuel Herman, will
be Bar Mitzvah.
Alan is a seventh made student a:
West Miami .tumor High, and is in-
terested in (invk history and dra
matics.
Attending the Bar Mitzvah will
be his brothers. Neil, who is Ben
Ing in the United States Marine
at Shenandoah Junior High and dents of Miami since 1921. and at the Kiddush following services
has attended Beth David Religious Ned's father was one of the builders and at a luncheon in the lhipont
School since Nursery School. He of Beth David Synagogue. Ned is Plaza Hotel,
plays the betas guitar, enjoys golf, the grandson of Mrs. Yeita Schapiro
bowling and other sports and is in- and the late Israel Schapiro. of Mi-
terested in current events and sta- ami. and the late Mr. and Mrs. Na-
Mark Zemmel
'IStiCS.
The S'li'.ndloffs have boon resi-
than Shandloff. of Miami.
On Saturday morning. May 15, at
Israel Consul General Yallon is Speaker
At Community Graduation Exercises Here
Shimon Yallon. consul general of
the State of Israel, will address
graduates of the Hebrew Junior
Corps at Camp LeJeune, and Louis. High Schools, Central Hebrew High,
The Bar Mitzvah will be honored Ti-mple Judea the Bar Mitzvah of
Mark, son of Mr and Mrs. Harry
Zemel. will be observed.
Mark is a .seventh grade student
at Kinloch Park Junior High
School. He i.s interested in sports
and mechanical projects.
He will continue his Religious
School education.
Mr. and Mrs. Zemel will host the
Kiddush on Saturday morning in
Mark's honor.
Jacob and Adele Kaplan Memorial
prize.
attending the University oi Florida
* *
Jeffrey Peretiman
On Saturday, May i:.. Jeffrey, son
Hi \ir and Mis Edwin Peretzman,
u,Il be I'.ar Mitzvah at the Mmciia
-( :\ i< at Israelite Center.
Jeffrey is a student at the l>oer-
borne School. He will In- honored
ai the Shok Seudos foHowinf ser
\m and at a reception on Sun
' tin Royal Hungarian
Jeffrej is the grands n of Mr.
Mrs, Charles Peretzman and
Mr and Mrs Eugene Klein.
Steven Goldstein
Steven, -on < Mr ,,nd Mr- \r\
NK 10th Ct .
, ,;i ol >rve 'us Bar Mit/\ ah at
Bi h Torah Congregation on Sat
urday, Maj 15.
Steven has atti nded Beth Torah
and the fust graduates of the Col-
lege of Jewish Studies at com-
munity graduation exercises on
Thursday. May 20.
The exercises, sponsored annu-
ally bj the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation, will 1m- held at Spector Bilsker. Judith Ann,
College graduates include Mrs.
Jack Diamond and .Mrs. Irving
Seidel, teachers at Beth Torah COfl
uregation. and Mrs. Sam Brenner,
teacher at Temple Kmanu-KI.
Mitchell Paulson
Bar Mitzvah of Mitchell, son of
Mrs Cerelle Paulson, 1640 NK lsoth
St.. will be observed during ser-
Robert Chaves
at Temple Emanu-El on
Maj 15. "ill include the
. 'of R< 1 < it. -..n of M:
i i ":. i 'haves
atti nds seventh grade a(
J : Hi g h. He pla\s
and live in -i*>rts.
Mrs Helen Hartzband, Robert's
indmotiier, will attend the Bar
ah
! brant will be honored at
at his home after the
-
*
Lon Bradleigh
0i turday, May 15. ln. son
aid Mrs. Alan Bradleigh,
. h Ave will be Bar MitZ-
V'oung Israel of Greater Mi- May 15. at Both David Synagogue.
Ned Marc, son of Mr an Lon. a seventh grade .student at Arthur Shandloff. 19 I'inta Rd. will
J"hn K Kennedy Junior High, likes
ind swimming.
Hall. Beth David Congregation, a'
7.30 p.m.
The program will include a sa-
lute to the anniversaries of great
Jewish personalities of the past
by representatives of the seven
schools presenting their junior
Hebrew High School graduates.
Valedictorian addresses will be
c!f sred by students of the Central
Hebrew High School.
A dissertation will be < ffered by
the first graduates of the Hebrew
Department of 'he c liege "f Jew-
ish studies of the Bureau of Jew
i-h Educati n, Dipl< mas and gifts
Hebrew Huh School graduates vices on Saturday, May 15. at Beth
include Charles Belsky. Stanley Torah Congregation.
Cohen, Nora A seventh grade student at John
F. Kennedy Junior High, Mitchell
1. in the fif:h grade graduating
lass at Beth Torah Religious
School. A former member of the
North Miami Beach Fire Depart-
ment Little League, the celebrant
LS now a m e in h e r of the Pony
League.
Grandp: the Bar Mitzvah
. e Mi" and Mrs Nat Long.
Religious School and is in the fifth ,,,u h(. distributed by the rabbis,
rade graduating (da-- He is also
seventh rade stud* nl at John K.
Ki nnod> Junior High His hobby is
I) wling.
TV celebrant will be honored at
the Kiddush and at a reception and
dinner m the evening at VYaldman -
Hotel.
educational directors and chairmen
oi graduating schools A musical
interlude will be sung by Marjoric
B own, choir director of Temple
Zion.
It. Fekhnan, Henry Issenberg,
Ruth Liebeskind, David Metlika,
Eli Ml/ra'ii. Nechama Pearlson,
Heidi Penchansky, Joel Penick,
Brent Pliskin, A d r i a n I'ollack,
Leon Pollack, Lee Rosenhouse,
Francine Smith. Ellen Schachter,
\nii s.herr. Selma Schickman,
Sharon Shavin, Lawrence Sic-
gel, Guj Spiegelman, Ann Stein-
berg, Daniel Weiss, and Jacqueline
YVohlfarth.
Graduate- of -i\ year! : Hebrew
study in junior high departments
Oi seven Jewish schools include:
Beth David Congregation: Diana
Alterman, Elyse Berkowitz, Cyn
thia Blitt, Michael Friedman, Laur-
el Garron, Ruth Goldcnberg, Ken-
uith Hilton. Bruce Jamison. F.nc
Kaplan. Jacki Kellner. Susan Kurtz.
Sonia Miller. Cheryl Ram, Rita Ho
-.nek. Chares Siiverman. David
Stone, Cheryl Tvtcll. Richard
Waas, Rosemary Kalk. Marsha
DELUXE GIFT
Ic'sal for Every Home!
At
Ned Shandloff
services Saturday
morning.
Joseph Cohen, president of the
Bureau, will extend community
greetings. Louis Schwartzman,
chairman of the evening and Bu- Ooulton, Carol Minor. Wendy Ned-
rcau executive director, will dis bor, Karen Rodman. Michael Ru
tribute the annual scholar.-'up bin, Alan Schwartz, Ira Silver. Al-
iwards Rabbi Jonah Caplan, new len .smith, and Steven Zuckerman;
Ij elected presidenl of the Create: Beth Torah Congregation: Emily
Miami Rabbinical Association, wi,I Hess. Starley Mishaan, Patricia
Ned is a seventh grade student present the Association's annual Karp. Randy Phillips, Samuel Sny-
der. Anna Kay Sturman, Robert
be Bar Mitzvah.
V'igman,
Wolk;
Janice Winer, Stephen
Congregation will hold its: 39th
niiimatii
ti ...1 present a cantata, "The
.. Imcnts." cc : hy Cantor
:baum, and intoi
W. Lipeon. Proqrcm will be directed
Rabin.
Mrs. Albert I. Beer Ncra Pi -r of
:n di-
: row are D I, son of
foseph son
Bred, ex
.:x, son o
and Mis. Cantor Lip
David N., son o: Mr. a ;;
Knesseth Israel Congregation:
Lidia Epelbaum;
Temple Beth Sholom: Jill Bloom,
Yuki Drucker, Rose Harris. Brian
Kushm.in. Robert Lederman. Ann
Shapiro, Doris Silver. Violet Ven-
tura ;
Temple Emanu-El: Teresa Lynn
Bachus, Alex Gimelstein, Marti \nn
Harris, Aviel Malki. Mind} Mitnick,
h Samuel Mizr ihi B< rnard
\ isbaum, Norm: n Lee Plotkin,
i< n,, Weitz;
Young Israel Congregation: Bar-
\ n is ternn of th<
I In

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, < I 11111:.
.1 rait. D
enci V.
Of tlialip.
mic ci .in
; 1 lien he
liviti< on the
oi the Negev, After
s ccess in this pioneering eft rt.
he became associated with the min-
. of F01 eign Affairs and was an
p tinted consul general. Yallon's
Visit at this time will be 111 cele-
bration of Israel's 17th anniversar\
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TO CITY COUNCIL
First row vlett to right) (ire
Udith Sherry, dauqhter oi Mr. and Mrs. Wal- Mark Leonard, son oi Mr. and Mrs. Iivinq Mar-
Folk; Linda Rose, dauqhter of Mr. and Mrs. bey; Alan Joseph, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tames
v Kaplan; Janet Sue. dauqhter of Dr. Hilton; Bernard A., son oi Mr. and Mis. Henry
and Mrs. Jack Seitlin; Helene I., dauqhter of Sork; Gil Alan Epstein, son of Mrs. Doree la-
Mr. ond Mrs. Joseph Chakoti; Interim Rabbi cobson. Fourth row are Judah. son of Mr. and
Eiezer A. Levi; Rabbi Sol Landau; Barbara Mrs. Bernard Seqal; Saul, son of Mr. and Mrs.
lean, dauqhter of Mr and Mrs. Joseph Levine; Leon Rosoff; Joseph Slater, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Judith Helene, dauqhter of Judqe and Mrs. Meyer Forer; Ira Greq, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Friedman; Barbara, dauqhter of Mr. Philip Warshaw; Alan Steven, sen of Mr. and
and Mrs. Harold Berke; Joan Ava, dauqhter Mrs. Seymour Kaplan; Joel Mark, son of Mr.
f Mr and Mrs. Marvin Zuckerman. Second and Mrs. Nathan Davidow; Tod N., son of Mr
ro* are Josh Rephun, coniirmation class and Mrs. Sidney Aronovitz; Fred W., son of
teacher: Marilyn Bertha, dauqhter of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Berkowitz. Rabbi Landau, xyiopnono phiyvv practice still a
Mrs. Sol Baumwald; Sharon Marsha, dauqh- who takes up the pulpit here June 1. will fly membor of the union and active
'ter ol Mr. and Mrs Norman Reinhard- Rebec- to Miami for this occasion especially to bless |oc*Hy, Hmber was once written up
a Susan, dauqhter oi Mr. and Mrs. Herbert each coniirmand personally. in the Ludw*
Hoodwm; Shelley Beth, dauqhter of Mr. and
Drummer of Forte Towers
Residents at Kerte Towers pass
ing bjf the door Of S. llaher step
to listen to this treat drummer and
"Drummer's Drummer." S.T.
"I propoe that the Tax Assessor's
Ottice should drligently search to
correct the present inequities ex-
isting on our tax rolls."
LEVER 1-B
i'.l Pol Adv.


Page 14-B
+Jei Friday, May
JOSEPH KRlTftTZ
Judea Reelects
Krefetz President
At Meeting Here

t Kr Ire;
- V:
krthui
Vli s (T Baskii i il n,
Gelernter, Milton Gold-
Mel \ in Hai Richard
ili rwich, Lee Lcbow, Ri bert Mann.
Hand Pullman. Ralph Rosen. So!
Rovin. Irving Schwartz, Manuel
Serkin, Charles Sokol, Dr. Charles
Rosenfeid, Dr. David Seillin. Sis-
nrhood president, Mrs. Marvin Le-
vin, and Brotherhood president. Al.
Ih rl .Jacobson.
Kogan to Head
Crimes Division
C o u n t y Sts
.-
i I the appointment ol i
Crimes Division of Dade Count)
A memt) staff in the
Attorney's office since No-
vember, 1960, he has also beei
ve m community affairs. He is a
pi -i president <>f the I tptimist Cluh
(i Southwest Miami, former lieu-
tenant governor I'mist Clubs, and an officer in the
Pioneer Mason's Lodge He was also
Urector in the Kennedy-for-Pn si-
lent State Voters Registration
Drive in I960.
The son of long-time residents of
Miami. Mr. and Mrs Morris Kogan,
he was graduated from Miami
Beach Hi h School and the Uni-
versity of M i a m i Undergraduate
and Law Schools, serving thi
i ice pre ident ol the Student Body
A champion In v tional (
S tl n Moot O urt, he
as also presid I f Irrn Arrow .
rj or ci
e has pi
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Congregation Anshe Ernes will celebrate the 17th anniversary
of the State of Israel on May 19 at 8 p.m. Making plans for
the event are front row (left to right) Irving Sacks, Emanuel
Kushelewitz. president, Max Rothbeind. Rear (left to right)
are Max Sussman, Irving Sperling, chairman, and Samuel
Esterman. Guest speaker will be Rabbi Morris Skop, of Tem-
ple Beth Shiran. Program will also include entertainment by
Regina Bailen and Morris Haims. as well as a moving picture
from Israel. Also on the committee 'not shown) is Joseph Picus.
100 Pipers in its magnificent black and gold foil label will soon
be seen on shelves of leading liguor stores and tavern back-
bars across America. This unigue Scotch whisky, selected
and imported by Seagram Distillers, will be available in
guart, "fifth," "tenth" and half-pint sizes where permissible.
Dr. Samuel Ersoll, professor of education at
the University of Miami, discusses future
plans and careers with a group of seniors
from the Mesivta Hiqh School of Greater Mi-
ami. Prof. Ersoif has been educational con-
sultant for Mesivta from its inception1. Seat-
ed (left to right) back row are Thomas G
ring, Bernard Zyss. Irving Jacoby, Ro
but. Front row are William Leff, Joel V
Randy Makovsky and Rabbi Morris L. H
vitz, principal. Addressing the group is
Ersoff.
Miami Delegation
Off to Confab
19 lo 23
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need here by Mrs, Charles H.
Finkelstein, president.
Among other members ol the
Greater Miami delegation are
Robert I Shapiro. Mrs. Anita
Crown. Mrs Sue Stevens. Col.
Nathan B. Rood. Mrs Robert
Spero, Alvln Cassel and Mrs Elea-
nor Lipton. acting Florida regional
direetor.
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Religious Senior High School graduates of
Temple Israel of Greater Miami are shown
with their 12th grade teacher, Alfred Boas.
Front row (left to right1 are Irene Homstein,
Judy Zeientz. Mr. Boas, Susan Fegelman and
Judy Goldman. Second row are Sam Srr
Lee Schillinger, Barney Willens. Josce'.
Katzif, Anita Samet. Linda Rosendorf. Ar:
Adler, Neil Tanner. Back row is David G
fine. Not shown is Patricia Goldin.
Temple Israel
Senior High
Graduation Set
The largest lass, 14 in all. in
the four-) ear history ol 11 mple
Israel i Greater Miami's uni
Religii u School will
be ith ap| ropr
th eve sen ices
a>.
Exactl; attend
Ri [or 13 yi ars,
from kinder; arten throuf h
t one al Temple
ael. The) are Vrnold Adler. Ju-
dith i David G ntmm Vnit ,
i 111 Barney Wil-
lens and Ju lith Zeientz.
The three senior high grades
beyond Confirmation at Temple
Israel are text-based, formal
classes, and are an integral part
of the Reform synagogue's youth
education program which extends
through the college years.
These latter years include schol-
arship awards, which provide for
additional studies in summer
camps and in schools through
foundations established in memory
of Irving Fei'ihcrg and l>y Mr and
Mrs Eugene Greenfield.
Friday n i g h t will also witness
Temple Israel's annual Haccalaii
re a to service honoring 58 young
men and women graduating ft
senior high schools in ever)
tion id Dade i ount) Dr Joseph R
Narot will ofi
tat
"Is the Jew Vanishing?" will be the topic of a dialogue ta
lowing Friday evening services at Temple Ner Tamid. r
members of the confirmation class will discuss the BU
with Rabbi Eugene Laboviti, spiritual leader of the Tew .
Left to right are Teddy Borkan, Gerrylin Gross. Judy Pri<
son, Rabbi Labovitz and Jerry Chasen.
Burdine's Chief 'Pins1 Employees
A total of 3il employees of Hur-
dines, with five to 40 years of ter
Singer Will
Entertain Here
Ann K..\ i m. rt lined ,.i the an
nual affair ol the Gee (nvin
Lodge of the K- ights .if Pytl
on Satorda) nigl i at
Hotel.
K.--V will also i>e featured
at the Installation of Chai Chanter
- I'.'nai B'nth Women at the l>".ni-
viiie Hotel (m Tuesday, h \
Miss Ka) s repertoire includes
opera. Yiddish and English BOD
Last year, she performed at the
Fine Arts Theatre, as well as at
Waldman's. Whitehouse, .National
and St. Moritz Hotels.
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vice wj'h the store, wen hi
and pinned" with sil- i
sunburst pint last week- nd at
ft Ofll \iidit.miini at thi
annual Senioritj Club dil
\ ol 149 'babies" ente
up
: I | ill>. .
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ars "t st
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plus a diamond si I
\ ft '.! ii Danii la |
Byrdii
Daniels also pinned up
ior c!<:
ni sen ice
Pin l'|i- in I!a. I
1.. Hi rj ;i' Hie thi n
tertainment schedule.
store's 39tti annual 9eniorit)
dinner dance.
\ Broadv aj I ih' music al i
complete with -kits
dances, was presented
during the evening


I May 14, 1965
+Jenlsli ncricJ/an
Paqe 15-B
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Fire Damages
Beth Moshe Hall
swept through a North
ague has lefl dei
.. estimated at some $20,-


i
liscovered last Wednes-
rogation Beth Mo-he.
A Dixie Hwy. The blaze.
i gome time between
l> m began in the re-
ieni room off stage of the
, n"s social hall, known
. Hall
-ne fire just about completely
,.i;ed the auditorium," accord-
,nf o Rabbi Richard Marcoviti,
^ -ual leader.
,\ ;: ul t'u- blaze u.i- by a
, iai Classes "ere iii session
but no one was hurt
Michaels is president of
i ongrogation
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Camelot Hall
Reaching Toward
Full Occupancy
General Builders, deveJ
.. lol II..II rental ..p.u I
i .in in Bel Harbour,
ei e i" lisbing up the
si n as occupancy
. percent mark
nlj durin | the pasl
hen final ml
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il Hall '' per-
befo
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paint bucki Is \
eel 'i Ihi
i( i li e propcrtj.
i: : i '( IIII Vve tO
. is the i I more
aparl tents were
had i
Use then offering
- .' .i. just one
-. tl at happens onci
enl Bea
I I o\< though,
oi on it., ground'
rj beginning, mostly
d oi mouth promotion
' :..'I.I> b) |' Opifl who
i if the man) fine pi op
t\ e <>< loped in the
iliami area, we have had
msj reJerrals lure, by
. where else
ediate popularitj ol
-w named from a com
[actors, lite spokesman
i .iiion in the ex
l.u hour ai ea, the fine
!i -;m iousi i m ol the
nil a rental scheduli
b> Bal Harbour stan-
the lux ii'> side,
dl

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; .1
tlj decoi
. .
i pel sonal en
i de luxe laundry,
rvice facilities Door
around the clock and
a i < included, and
available
icilities include a large,
eated sw inunincj pool.
nd shaded lounging
' pU) area" with Sttul
11- Extending from
1 to the ocean, the
Pwpertj ia* its own private beach
II 101M Collins Ave
i Baker's Handover,
set 1 rental schedule
BOO for one bedroom
1 two-bedroom apart-
ling all facilities and
Sigma Rho Dance
por School Fund
Fraternity-, sponsori '
1 ranada C< nter,
Dance on Maj
Pi
re channeled to the
I Schuster Fund for
il students attending
^niversaj of Miami.
Merle Michaels, president,
and Rabbi Richard Maico-
vitz. spiritual leader ol Con-
gregation Beth Moshe. exam-
ine fire daniuqe done to Po-
piel Hail.
Mesivta Student
Elected President
David 1 Ihi Vl<
School
mi, has

il th<
in Ri ; I> 1
n ot the
i Council ol
.. Youth
'l h 1 oufl
: a member
ship Ol 25 00
'
zation of the I 1
vAViO GuioUT ion ol Orthodox
. 11s ol une lea
David, son of Councilman and
Mrs. Hyman Galbut of Miami
Beach, has in the last few years
occupied positions of importance
both in his school and other or-
ganizations. After graduating as
president of the student body of
the Hebrew Academy, he contin-
ued his studies at the Mesivta
Senior High School, the only boys'
Yeshiva High School south of Bal-
timore.
11 t\ id will head a delegation ol
' lie : PS to the national
Kl month
l >.,\ i 1 has an ther brother, Rob-
1 .1 senior ..1 the M< -i\ ta
broth t. AI
Vcadi His
r issel, 1- ,1 student
.
Stem to Urge
Motions to Sell
Through Miami
SI
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i a St., Miami and Mrs
Stei n sei retarj In asurer of the
i urnpan). left for ten countries in
Europe and the Middle Easl to
arrange itii manufacturers in
those countries to sell to the United
state- through the port Of Miami
Sterna background, from 1929
through 1957, has been as national
sales director of three major cor-
porations lie has an acquaintance-
ship with the important buyers ol
department stores, supermarket-.
drag wholesale houses and chains
and other major retail aasabltsh-
tnents on a national basis
His compan) is t h e exclusive
member of the Associated Brokers
oi Unerica In the Southeast Florida
ares There are 16 members of the
association throughout the United
States
Mr and Mr- Stein are visiting
and talking with manul i< turei in
n, Italy. 1st 1 i-ke> Hi.
I-' 1 a n ce, G
nark ani S h
: d will n turn to Mi
n (une 21 The have
been unite,:
e: nineiit- "1 the ten COUnl
visited.
Beth Am Again
Elects Cherkas
Byron S Cherkas has been re
elected to a second term as prfti
den; of Temple Beth Am.
Officers serein.; uith him will be
Man Kessler, executive vice pre-
sent. Marshall r'cuer. Barton
I dell, and George Malin, vice pres-
cient-. Donald ("arlin. treasurer;
Ellis Tarsches, financial secretary;
Mrs Bernard Goodman, recording
secret a rj and Mrs Ernesl Heyde
manii. corresponding secretary.
Members of the board include
Jerome Anapol, Dr. Irwin Berman.
l)r Maxwell Dauer. Murray Dub-
bin. Stanley Gilbert, Carl Harold
Leonard liayet. Leonard Kaplan.
Irving Lax. Dr. Martin Leibling.
Dr. Seymour Leopold, Arthur Ly-
ons, Evan Ulster. Max Raskin. Jo-
seph Raismen, Edward Soharps,
Maishall Sim minis. Marvin Stein.
Jack U e.skla.-.- and Stanle\ Zes
kind.
I'n -uieiit oi Sisterhood, Mrs
Richard Aaper, and president of
Brotherhood, Ben B. Ckan, will
sen e .1- membei ol the board.
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New preside nl of Temple Ner
Tamid Men's ( kib, elected al .,
i eting last week, is Dr. Michael
liorwiti
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American Jewish Congress Leaders Meet
dfewish Floridiiain f"^!1'""*^.?!
The South Fl ida C lincil and :sh Affei-s, reported on re-
! of Uie Women's cent Hltatre party which featured
'.
:a, Friday. .V
Section C
Israel's first full-length film,
"They V.'e.e Ten."
7
jewUii Con-
el in the Cfices of the
ii i Congress last
I S
e < La
; e i ilso a r eporl
on, r c p i) r t < d mi the n cent-
leral Vid t" E lui ition
i. : tii' ; otin Ri
^ bi Mjx Llpschiti, chair-
man :i fh^ Corr..Tiision on Jew-


cm '. md employees, the first com-
vide bus ncss to participate 100 ner-
city-wide Combined Jewish ApDeal
to dote iois-d S3,700, far surpass-
niployees' qoal of SI,000 stt al the
el the ccimpaian. L<-ft tc riaht are
I itlve Director of Combined Jewish Appeal
Ul S. Rosichan shewn v.ith Gulf American
pm^'oyees who headed divisions in the drive:
Al Masterson. Abraham Friedwald. Ch-.irman
iwat Pollack, Morns Ban:, Marv Saqer and Les-
U End '.
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bin
. Sinai Hospital Founders Club chairman, Baron de
h Meyer, is honored on his birthday, alonq with founder
:. Paul Gordon. Both received traditional paperweiqhts
d for members of the Founders Club, desiqnalinq the
Presentinq the qifts was Paul Faske, Founders Club
ly chairman, with Meyer (center) and Gordon (riqht).
Workmen's Circle
Officers Elected
Meeting <-f the N o r t h Dado-
ard W rkmen's Circle Branch
1064 u as held Sunday, l p.m in
au litoriirTi ol Washington Fed-
19 NE 167th St.
N i- w I \ electi I officers in
stalli are Sam Rub< r,-\i in. re-
'ct. i financial set ret; rj; Rub n
hyat, n coi retarj Mrs
tenjamin Pearl, i rresp Hiding set
ry; ll;. man Gelii ky, treasur
i; Mrs Samuel Seidman, Mrs,
Aila Glikson, hospitalers for North
'. de; Mrs Fay Dinin, hospitaler
in Br ward C intj
Mi Si Ini > Feldman, member
.1:1:1
II 1.: ,:i- ). .'. Iliam I ''' in and
R .-el.1 1! will represei I
he b Greater Miami
men s C 11 le 1 1 -:..r itti e.
I' iv fin- the social 1
. in handled
>\ Mesd S Seid nan, Ada
iliksman, s Rubenstein and ll
I ky
! '.1 bran: h ill be represented on
It,' Woikmi n'a Circle Cemetery De-
1, rti.ni.i |>\ Hyman Gilinsky, Abra-
1:1111 Rozental and B. Keller
Members are provided with life
nsurance, disabili y benefits and
other fraternal benefits.
Sholem Ledge
Mans Prc-g/am
Fjr the Summer
'; I i
, r u e r e I lized I > the
., 1 1 : Directors ol Sh
: o Ig 1 B 1 ii l' rith, at a meeting
<, 1 ''n. ac<' 1 ding to Mi 1 II
program chairman
on 'i lesd i\ evening, new mem-
bers i the lodge were
. Bui nel Roth, a past president,
11 d former 1 it e maj 1 r 1' Miami
;. i i- h. Chairman was Mill
ii.hii. sholem Lsdge president.
The evening of June 8 will fea-
ture a report on the triennial
convention cf the Supreme
Lodge of B'nai B'rith in Israel by
E. Albert Palct, vice president
for the Supreme Lodge, repre-
stnting District Grand Lodge S,
D'nai B'rith. Pallot is a'so a past
president of Sholem Lodge and
a past president of District S.
nal president of
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I e .-' uth Fli 1 la
n 1. lenl '.. 11 1.
pre .ulents. Jack D
l: J( :: h E. Ci ,
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tern latio I
,: airman cl ion on Inter-
1...'..11. al iffd
\: 10 Mi Ka] an, M
Fan Stei :
Or. Anna Brenni r Mi yei s, M
l.i inard Sid< 1 sky, Mrs Jow ph Al-
erque, 1 rs S\ L\ ii Silt ere,
I Mi i >. Rt 1 Mr Henry Gilb< 1.
Mrs Irvln tin and Ka. >i
::n-h,ir! M Marc iwitz.
A July
18 fishing trip f"i" fam-
- : ii. Ige members is being
ne : by Marvin Pe irlman, pi si
pri lenl t the lodge, and on
Sep.'. 14, Judge Jack Falk will
iss the "Judicial System in
Dade Count)
The con kkoth hoi-
Ocl 12, will hig ilight .. pro
Indicated to the und Tstai d
m w ill be
d 1 > Mel Haber.
All p a ill he held at Zam-
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University
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npti 'i th 1 ni\ '
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Re\ John Pap
e First Unl
M ;. Pro! Wil
1 hairman Social Sci
irtment. University of
Dr Henbert Bai m
Mitchell Bush
To Head J WB
Southern Region
Mitchell Hush, of Chattanooga,
1, 'in was nami d oresid nt >t ie
Southern Region National Jewish
..i-.i.iiv Boai.i as delegates from
11 southern states cor-cluded a
1 e laj ci nfi rence n cently held
\.i-li\ 1II1. 'l enn Bu ee led
rs M ti n irt in, I Mia ni
.1 h Named as pi lenl elect
1 ii Golman of Dallas
! 1 in his
and
' active pai I i| ation in
. .1 1 which served pe
...1
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,,,, iis second
. pi esidenl 1 1
a .1 m ; Ueli.ii
l ected 1 1 1 lice ith Bi Hi and
li .ii for b tv yi 1 ui were
rarj 1 res Ii nl Mrs Milton
1 Mian Be h; \ ice presi
\ Bud I Cutler, Miami. Gil-
Fox, Na hvi le Robei R -.
\ !) M irvin ( Id
I vii'.l We 1 In, v
,. m tarj Paul i. Sch-
Memphis, Tenn; I
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Krpchnn to Talk
le Parent ol Miami ;
1 tor single adults u e 28 to
48, will
Di
Lapchan, 1
1 ofTempk Bets Am.
Delegates Attend
Variety Confab
A delegation cf local civic and
fraternal lea.le: is attending the
38th annual convention of Variety
Cubs International this week in
San Francisco at the Fairmont
Hotel
l'h ef Marker Merry OxeM. head
ol Miami's Tent No. 33. is attend
log with Mrs Oxell. Mrs Kdward
I Melniker, of Mia 111 i Beach.
1 m:. eli iiii president oi tV Va-
I let) V.' men's c, nm llee, is a'
1 ndinq with In.- husband, a past
barker.
Mi and \i: : Ben Le\in, of Sea
I T x rs, ne'e II I s rf
\ y 1 were
!:: si m|
r. ani Mi
[is. J. D Is, Sid Moses and
! ;e Hoo< inti
: : \ .il Ij
JNF Appeal
Nets lc000 Trees
Si me 1,000 tn es vn re purch wed
. 1 week in resp >nse to a Jewish
Vati 'i I Fund 1 ppeal bj Jacob C,
Fi an, ice presi lenl of the
INF Council 1 Miami,
\. r he .' icob ha hter rad 0
,- til-- Fund a-
, I drrran of the Mem n ial 1
mitl Heroes Who
1 the l'|
Assi in in the .1 ; eal were Mi-
'iirr. Peter Hell.
er, \ln.am Press and Martha Hell-
1 r
Flondians OK'd
For Maccabiah
Maurj I ee Morse, 16, 1 I 9250 SW
70th Ave., Kendall, and University
oi Miami student Lawrence Shel-
don K.it/. have been approved bs
eligible can lidates for the 1965
United states Maccabiah Games
Rifle Team. Morse is the SOU of
Michael Morse. United States Mac
Mother's Day
Sabbath Marked
eh Idn ol l em pie Emanu-El
hi n n I their n i" rs a1 the an-
Day J ibath last S I
111 the mam -.
tui y of I pie.
Tamar, daughtei of Mi and Mi
:. n Brenm id 'in oi '
-. spoke
. hi -i
reel ; all mothers ;
Jm
Levj ; m
Mrs. Rn ra le
in hon r
II
d at
M Mi 1 hi Day r\ i< e
i n Mrs Sam Lub> Jr PTA
who offered a i ayer in
1 5 Mrs Hei
hert v Shi 1 1 Sis erhood pi 1
dent, 1 Ktended greetings to the
tion
Confi nati n Depailmenl and
.' mi r and Senior Chapters of the
1 1 I S\ Youth oi Tem-
ple Emanu-El also attended the Sab-
bat*i service.
Fi Hewing services, the young
cabiah Pistol and Rifle Shooting
Ci mmittee chairman. ho said that ^^^ adjotirned to Sirkin Hall for
oth candidates have fired higher ;in ()ni,., shl( i,at luncheon with
scores than those which won gold
I medals in the 1961 World Macea
, hiah Games.
The Seventh World Maccabiah
Games uill be s aged in Tel Aviv.
Dr. Uhrman conducting installa-
tion ceremi nies of the Junior USY
group
Officers installed were
president M.irlene KrovetB; vice
Israel, from Aug. 23 to31, with ath- r-esidents, Maria Jay. Mindy
letes from the United states com- Preedman; recording secretary,
perJng against Jewish representa- \j.ki Jay: treasurer. Candy Silver;
tives of an expected 35 other na-
tions
Morse and Kat? are two of five
eligible candidates for the United
m ites Maccabiah Rifle Team.
corresponding secretary, Tamar
Brenner: parliamentarian, Marti
Harris, sgt.-al arms, l.i rr line 1
bin: cutter ol n d tape, David Ab-
eluw
Champion ticket-sellers qathet to discuss the recent sue
ful Jewish National Fund concert on Miami Beach. Left tj
riqht are Hany Feldman, Mrs. Muiom Press, Leon J. Ell. |
ident of the JNF Council ct G-eater Miami, and Mrs. Malka
Shklair.


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Friday. May U 1965
Poet Manger a Giant Among Giants
Pish 11 are
enl to the
t mmisa
i '
In the '
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Man's i :. ;> 'nsitj [01 -
1
sh Folkmyth. man's u ii
- ere h : is even bom, but
descent to arth from V^v.i
lise, 'it' im! onlj loses his wings
but his stc l h aven Paradise
k tali thes us, in a clos d
Onlj the new b >rn know
it, but not 1 t long, unless oi
th j can elude the angel
ic tap w hich smites them ii to
>l fulne? i'ie thej are re-
ii for jourm > to earth
\i thers, it 1- said, are wonl t"
say that infants in sleep often dis-
.'!. \ signs ol divination Ol Para
Use but that at the very moment
>i revelations their mouths are
sealed by an invisible hand.
Insight into Striving
Obviously we "i this earth ran
never hope to 1 ecome r ivj to the
secret unless the scaling hand has
fatten I But for that to happen
\w must assume that error domi
ni ii heaven even as i: rules the
earth, or that the \ igilant angel
\\}.t> administers the tap of forget-
- 1- himseli not immune to
bribe or forgetfulness When that
ns of course the child that
. the arth not onlj remem-
bers but makes haste to tell, with
and anxietj and >wth a freshness
that is onlj unique to the new on
earth
Bui should this never happen
we uould forever be denied an in
sight mto the striving that has pos-
sessed US e \ e r since election
Y :i and I may never merit cross-
ing or even knocking at Eden's
door But if we can't make it on
merit, we can at least glimpse it
now throuch the divining rod of
a Yiddish poel with a winged pen
Itzik Manger
Escapades in Heaven
It/ik Manger is a giant among
the giants in contemporary Yid
dish literature and one of its most
eclorful figures to boot. Nou one
of his major prose works, "The
Book of Paradise," has happily
come to Ufc in excellent KnJisli
translation through the joint dedi-
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Trouble in Paradise
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East German
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i her synagogues in the country on
.1 rotating basis in addition to his
congregation in Bast Berlin.
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irgi r v. as named bj the Com
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JtoUfA HarkHat
Friday. May 14,
The Idea
Carriers
By MAX LERNER
Executive Club Award Presented to Dr. Muskat
-I IIJ II :.
Whatever the outcome of the American action in the Dominican
affair, it has at least made one thing clear about the Viet Nam war:
that we are in it not primarily to protect a people against the aggres-
sors, but to prevent the expansion of communism in areas crucial to
America. There is nothing wrong with this reason: It was a similar
reason that brought us, long before Pearl Harbor, into the war against
the Nazis. It is part of a long political war America has been fighting
ever since, sometimes with soldiers, sometimes with other forms of
power, sometimes with ideas, sometimes with all of them together. It
used to be called the "containment"' doctrine. What President John-
son is doing is a new variant of it, which will in time come to be called
the Johnson Doctrine.
The curious fact about it is that, at least in Viet Nam. the Admin-
istration is taking essentially the right actions without scorning able U>
give the right reasons. That is better than the opposite would be. but it
is not good enough. All diplomats must engage in rhetoric, but when
Secretary Rusk says that "there is no evidence that the Viet Cong has
an: nil cant popular following in South Viet Nam." he strains cred-
ibility. Surely this fails to jibe with the evidence of correspondents,
travelers, scholars. He might have said with more truth that the Viet
Con ,i ok over and distorted a movement of protest and that its follow-
ers re iargely the ignorant, the gullible and the despairing, hut tney
are a act. and thev are there.
* *
In lashing out at the academicians who have been sniping at the
policy on Viet Nam. Rusk made the mistake of doing it in an unacadem
ic way Although he was once a Rhodes scholar and later head of the
Roi teLer Foundation. Rusk is not a member of the Intellectual elite
but of the commanding elite. A disturbing gap has been opening be-
tween them. Johnson, who is good at almost everything else, i- not
.1, rlosing this gap. He doesn't have the inner feel for the mood
....1 .ectuais that he has with businessmen and Ccngiessmen.
Kei n dy, who was good with the intellectuals, was a bu. t with the
otlu rs
in the whole I like the results Johnson gets, but it is a sad fact
.- separated from the university people. Even the tonsidei
i capital be uuilt up with his actions in Selma and Ins Negro
laUi n has b en largely dissipa d To start a feud o > i.i
i : (i.ins would simply make no sense.
In the title essay of a book. 1 wrote many years ag tha a
apons. one might and that scholars arc idea carri rs Jusl
- arch is bound in time to ha' cone:etc a, pi :ii I
.i .-tract scholarship in the social sciences will at some point have
Bring on crisis and survival. It it is true that an army 1. h.- on
umach, it is even truer that a nation supports the u ,
Dr. Irving E. Muskat. chairman
of Interama. was guest of
l,onor at the annual "Award of
Merit" luncheon given by the Ex-
ecutive Club at the Deauville Hotel
last week.
The "Award of Merit" is Riven
by the Executive Club annually to
a person of "outstanding achieve-
ment and integrity, whose efforts
are beneficial to humanity, the
area or both." it was announced by
Irvin Sherman, chairman of the
luncheon.
Dr. Muskat was first appointed
to the Inter-American Center
Authority in 1958, and was elected
chairman in 1961. He was active
in securing the authorintion for
a $21 million bond issue for In-
terama.
tha
vot
the
are
as
mo;
a b
Us
with some idea that is winged with strength and tipped
* -*
But ideas are not democratically equal, and on an issue like Viet
Nam the burden of an idea earner ma> Do mostly sou. -n I i ..<
intellectuals who put so much stress on popular support in \ t
oftt iget that they have themselves rather little popu.ai ... i
the ,) etween Johnson and the ata-muc ans is wiliu
with the gap between the academicians and the people.
It would be a mistake moreover to assume that nu ->i a>a
are i of the Viet .\am poucy. I have taken no poll. But I have
traveled on many campuses since the Bay of Tonkin episoji a'
start of the bombing. I find the scholars close to Asian studies support
the iclent because they know what would happen in Asia ii A .or
ica were io withdraw. The men in the political studies also I
sup
mui
ing
th.
fai
ev
des
rec
Th
po
I
ki
th
Pi
tis
th
be
a
V
licv
he
til
,i ,n because they know something about the ways of Com-
xpansionism. The men in the military' studies (I am speak-
..en ouis.ut me Pentagon) b-.;poit him because tney know
nor wai ...mpared to what we would have to wage if it
men n tory and the Other social sciences are more
. .. > >0c*0i ,-vh logy w,.o .ear the
i ng effects of war. The men In the humanities and the arts
war of ar.> sort, as they rec... irom the rea hies of power.
i_> .11-1 Hi.
ii rse
maticians. ill a.
cases coniidei
,o. ... 1.
. nave .
I a
between
: I
->e
ution
B
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case in the intangibles of a
lat this one makes no sense.
figures si ow I am wrong
i ut with sevjial who
. h.r. : I at
..i.litnncy of hostility to the

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and the
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...at he has nailed down all its intricate aspects is a io. 1. I
a... n a, deba. on net Nam. in o iin.er-
. n .
i' ~ns I *'
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ir.g Lie l) )
a :r u.; ei j
ho is c
v ver-
|!e formerly served as chairman
of the Advisory Committee to t _
Port Authority in connection with
the building of International Air-
port as vice president for research
al lie University of Miami, and as
president of research of- the Uni-
versity Of Miami, as well as pro-i-
dem International Research Foundation.
In 1955 Dr Muskat came to Miami
to retire from active business, but
continued his association with a
number ot industries in New York.
Detroit and Chicago. He organized
the Elkin Chemical Company to do
research in synthetic resins and
plastics. In 1959. he sold this com-
pany's patent rights to the Texas
Butadiene and Chemical Compunv
During World War 11..Dr. Muskat
was engaged in classified work for
'.he United States Government.
i'rior to that, he had organized
and became president of the Marco
Chemical Company of Linden,
N. J.. which he headed until it >vai
sold to the Celanese Corp ,
of America.
Born December 25, 1905, Ik at-
tended schools in Marietta, 0 and
raduated from Marietta College
in 1924 with an AB degree
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Fiiday. May 14. 1965
A wA/ thrH&n
Paqe 5-C
By EDYTHE SCHINDLER
A Man Learning Who He Is
Ask a man who
he is an tell you what ho
don to earn his
daily bread. He is
a doctor, book.
keeper, teacher.
I In his world, this
i. how he is known. And this is
e hai come to know him-
lh.it secret part of him that
I reams a song or makes a finer
I'hoice is not who he is. Yet.
tics, all is not what "we
or se< m Sometimes t.he book-
.....per is not what he seems to be.
Marvin Singer is a bookkeeper
: I h i Jackson Byron Depart-
Sore lie lives with his
, >. ii old son and Georgia-
ife in an apartment at 910
>U l-'Ui Ave. Marvin Singer is a
lei ol essays and ihort stories.
He is .i i>et. He was once an act-
He was once a mechanic and.
i I< n"4 time ago. he helped
u the family grocery store
was in Poland, before the
i re the Nazi.
The Writer
A. lived in the small town of
Singer said. "The major
>l | iwnspeople were .lews. It
har l to make a living. But
saw to it thai I finished
chool and also my Jewish
i hen l went to Warsaw
rked in the textile trade "
Warsaw, Singer frequented
MARVIN SINGES
oduif fo the future
Tlomacki 13, a literary club where
writers and artists gut together
[or conversation. He heard lec-
tures and recitals and sometimes
other writers would listen to his
stones in Yiddish, written about
Jowi-.li life in the small towns of
Poland.
But that life ended. There was
the war and the N'a/.i. and Marvin
Singer spent his next years in
concentration camps At the first
camp, he kept a diary At first, he
kept up his writing, but soon it
i>.-c ante too dangerous, and he de-
stroyed li'~ work.
Then the war was over, and Mar-
vin Singer fcund himself alive.
Bl I in a Displaced Persons camp
in Kerne.
"I became active in cultural af-
fairs again." he -aid. "The Joint
Distril i ion Committee sponsored
dramatic groups in the camps. We
traveled from camp to camp in
Italy with our plays."
Arrival in Israel
In Rime. Singer had articles
published in the Yiddish news-
paper. He became a member of
the organization of Jewish writers
and Journalists and artists in Italy.
After five years in Italy, Singer
arrived in Israel.
"The people were accomplish-
ing things in Israel in 1949." he
said. "I became enthusiastic
again. Life on the kibbutz, espe-
cially, seemed ideal. People were
happy."
But Singer was lonely In Amer-
ica, he had family In Savanah,
Ga., he found work in a food mar-
ket and his wife.
"You might adju-t to the fu
lure" he said. "But I think you
can never forget the py-t "
4 Busy Man
Singer has only bitter thoughts
in regard to any possibility of end
ing the tracking and punishing of
Nazi criminals He maintains that
Jews should not remain silerrt.
They should demand that the Nazi
be brought to justice.
Marvin Singer is not writing
these days. English is still diffi-
cult to handle. But he is trans-
lating some of his published pieces
Into English and, hopefully, they
will be republished. Besides, he is
a busy man. a bookkeeper by day.
an accounting student by night.
He is bOsy seeing that his son re-
ceives a Jewish education and
that here in America he will know
who he is.
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Friday. May 14
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Collective Guilt an Unwelcome Cloak
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian.
In answering Mr Dixon's criti-
i Isn ol Jewish opponents of the u
vii;- Civil Liberties Union
which Jews have attacked, may I be
permitted bring out a salient
j-oint which has not been men-
tioned, but which is of paramount
importance in considering the en-
tire role ot Jews .is such in the
ac\ r
Collective goJM is the rock upon
which Mr. Dixon's arguments foun-
der For 2,000 years, all Jews have
been stigmatized, branded and
butchered because ol the concept Of
collective sjufll which has applied
to almost no one else except Jews.
The collective guiH of Jews for de-
icid'- which has cost us the lives i
mill ons throughout the ages i< an
example Even the Pope's sermon
last F.aster still brands Jewry with
collective gain and portends a
narked watering down ol the res-
olutions passed in t ie Ecumenical
< ouncil
To have Jewish lawyers such as
Tobias Simon champion theoret-
ical rights of men like Lincoln
Rockwell in the name of abstract
principles which could possibly
lead to Jewish extermination
however unlikely is to me the
height of Jewish self-hate. Why
didn't the ACLU appoint the
many non-Jewish lawyers on its
list for this purpose? As far as
civil rights are concerned, the
same holds true.
When a rabbi comes to Jackson.
Hiss., and champions civil rights
:.nd leaves the next day. all Jewish
businesses a e boycotted, and all
jcu. are branded with collective
guilt ii Mr. Dixon or a Protestant
minister did the same thing, each
as an individual would be assailed.
but there would be no wholesale
boycott and condemnation of the
tant because the overwhelm
ing majority is already Protestant
and Christian They cannot verj
well hite themselves
A minority such a- the Jews is
and ivays has been extremely Mil-
i to attack. To invite such
action is suicidal and only invites
widespread anti-Semitism 1 do
Temple Sinai
Family Service
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Youth Groups
At Beth David
\ It G i
i nnual Spi
Satur-
mal caller
and ic ors conducted
iunl styli dan ing
I SY held I not her
fund-raising project, a rummage
sell on Sun(ia> at the Beth David
' ing lot
t sv stud? group met Sunday eve-
ning in R om t; at Beth David
Topic for discussion was '"Israel's
Independen e Daj Film. "fjagau-
ah." as shown
Pfe-USY group met on Sundaj m
the Socii 1 Hall.
not see other minorities sticking
their neck- out in these sensitive
iarea- No Poles, Russians, Ger-
man* Chinese or Japanese have
militantly championed civil rights
[as the Jews have The police presi-
dent of Berlin. Germany, defended
the rights Of Nazis to parade and
jcaiwc Civil disorders His I award?
I He was whipped to death when the
Nazis came into power
Self-immolation, m a r t y 'dom
and crucifixion are not my cup
' of tee anymore not when we
have our own major problems of
Nasser, the Arab League, Soviet
Russia, and the Argentine, to
name only a few. The "friends"
whom we champion are conspicu-
ous by their absence as *r
also these Jewish lawyers in the
ACLU.
Mr Dixon we can not .iff rd the
luxur; of championing every ab-
stract cause which comes down
the pike no matter how deserving
because we are always the vie
ns ol collective guilt it is always
, ii Jew are Communists, "all
Jews are capitalists." all Jews
thi>" and "all J w- are thai
Hov. aboul white Vngl i Saxon
Piotcstanl thi
\t Ii ,.-t ill be no
collective guill mere, and Jewrj
Can take a long needed and well
, served rest from being the
world's whipping bo) (or 2.000
year.-. I am very tired; and I do
think that I have enough troubles
t my own all over the world to take
care of
HARRY E. WOLK. M.D.
Miami Beach
EDITOR. The Jewish FtorKSian;
In reply to Mr (leorge G. Whit
nev's letter in last week's Jewish
Floridian, may I state that while
the ACLU defends the principles of
freedom of speech for everyone
(which includes Nazis i. so do the
,i< wish organizations that are eon
cerned with the welfare ol the Jew
ii this country
In the New York case in which
N'ewbold Morns attempted to en
|oin Lincoln Rockwell from speak-
ing in Nc York Citj the Appeals
i f \e York State upheld his
tn speak under the Constitu
turn, and .i Wril oi Certiorlari was
t ken lo the r s Supreme Court,
which de. lined to hear the ea-e The
ACLI w.!- joine I bj such Jewish
orgai as th< si
and the American
Jew ish Congress u| on
bi iefs in the appeal of this i
The ACLU is not unique in its
belief that this is a nation of laws
swayed not by the passions 0'
men. In many instances we nave
been joined by ^'^ of the leading
Jewish organizations because
they too recognize the necessity
of maintaining an impartial ad
ministration of pustice, lest once
again the Jew becomes involvec
in a community where he toe
could be denied equal protection
of the law, as has been denied to
many minority groups. But when
any group, majority or minority.
s*ks t weaken our concepts of
freedom under law by depriving
other groups of their rights, the
law itself is weakened.
The ACLI' does n->t believe in tht-
imposition of its principles on any
one. and to accuse the ACLU oi
tins is false and misleading
Secondly, the ACLU has no the about retaining the American N.i/.
Party as a political force thi- loo
is false and misleading
Then tore, we urge that Mi
\vhitne> consul: the near* si
agency for an objective and more
rational point of view if and
when he does ask them uhai posi
tlon dul thfl national oil
Jewish Civil rights on
take with regard lo the
Na/i to spi .,k in New Y i
HOWARD M
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ludoe Rev Nathan is shown
adjustina his name to his
new office in the Justice
ling, where Small Claims
Court sessions will be held.
as well as at the downtown
courthouse.
Small Claims
Load Expanding
! o i d tor Dade County's
Small Claims Court has increased
so heavily that expanded quarters
ha\ e he m acquired
Effective last Monday, the emit
rotating its sessions between
the Courthouse and the Justice
Building Sessions are held daily '
in the two locations
Judge Ray Nathan is senior jur-
ist, being the first one appointed
12 years ago, April 8, 1953, when
the state established Small
Claims Courts.
Two years later. Judge Sidney
Segall was named to the court to as-
sist Judge Nathan with the many
cases in 1963. a third jurist. Judge
Martin P. Schaohat was appointed
Over the 12-year period, more
than 138.350 cases have been
handled by the court During the
entire time, Edward Milh.- has
been act untant-bailifl Miss Gli
Pappas took over the- ities oi
chief clerk in 1957 Currently, the
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k*>M tt&rtMam
Paqe 7-C
Schapiro, newe-t "Guardian of Torah" riaht> are Louis Merwilzer. piesident Hebrew
Hebrew Academy, was honored bv of- Academy; Rabbi Alexander S Gross princi-
and members of *.he Boaid of Directors pal. presenting the plaque to Schapiro- Rabbi
ent breakfast meting. A Guaidian of David Lehrfield. Kneseth Israel Congregation-
s one who donates an annual scholar- Oscar Schapiro; and Hcrold Schapiro
aq student. Shown deft to
Dr. Woltson to Lecture
lion S inuza'
" "i a lecture b>
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1 Koi
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Mt. Sinai Plans
Speech, Hearing
Center Project

in Lou i

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.i.l
hi ,,
the oi n its i
. .Illlliv
At last week's meeting, at-
tended by some 150 persons, the
bedy appioi/ed to urdertake a
Speech and Hearing Center at
rVit. Sinai, which it will supply
with equipment and personnel
and support on a year-to-year
basis.
Dr Arthur Greene, chairman of
the Project Committee, Bald that
recommendation for ;< Speech and
Hearing Center was based on the
leed proj 'cted by the large numlxr
en aged persons in the community
who have suffered strokes ;iriil who
.i- ;i result require specialized
rehabilitation and therapj This
si r\ ice will be established i r both
in-patients an.! out i atici ts includ-
ing indigent care
Elected in addition to th
live boat (i i :; pe pl< wet the
: Ui ex
ecul i I i
son R, M;ic lell I. ish James ||
.;
lard B SI me nd Peti r V
Poll
ted a i
DR. RICHARD DfUTCH
his recent experiences with the
Hope >hi\> Project in Guinea, 11
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Nursery Tots
Honored Here
Temple Or Olom Nursery Kinder-
: i len School boi, re foui si adu
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I he BO "grai I sang Sato
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:ght are Metro Commissioner Alex Gordon. Milton Sir-
;:id Judqe Frederick N. Barad. president of the South
Chapter, American Technion Society, at a iecent meet-
Judge Barad reported that since his ins'.allation as
enl of the South Florida Chapter, Technion has received
tional bequest of S50.U00 from the Sam Cohen estate,
form of scholarships.
Green Joins Jarrett Firm
i. > Gmn, wfii-known
politic*! firdcs tor his
the 1H'inner*Ur l'artx
lurustrative assistant u>
r Chuck Hall, hat joined
Vss ciates, Inc., local ad-
iblic relations agen
hi account executive, it
ed by Sa u I .laiTett.
ho livei at now Baj Dr .
- been Plorida reel-
.i He i- a graduate
Huh School and at
I niversity of Miami,
rved n the Student
In 1961 he served as Page Boy
n 'be U.S. Senate and was assist
nt 'o Sen. George Smathers in
'- In the 1964 political cam-
3aiqn Green was assistant chair
^n of the Young Citizens for
Johnson for me State of Florida.
and has served as campaign
manager for Mayor Lee Howard
of Surfside, and is currently man-
aging the campaign for reelection
as city councilman of North Mi-
ami Beach of Nowton Greene.
He is .i special aeput) constable
and volunteer fireman or Surf-
side
During the amis,- of his political
activities, Green was the recipi-
ent oi man) awards for political
service, including the Award <>f Ap
preciation <>f the American Legion,
Outstandinj Service for Jewish War
Veterans, Certificate of Apprecia-
from the T wn.of Surfside and
Mi .mi Beach, Chase Federal Sav-
and l ".hi Award for Outstand-
ing Service in Government, and the
K'u mis International A w a rd for
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Friday. May 14. 1965
Pioneer Women Sn Celebration
Past Jewish War Veterans Commander Daniel
Neal Heller congratulates officers of the De-
partment of Florida on beinq the first state to
exceed 100 percent of membership in 1965.
Front row (left to right) are Vice Commander
Irv Cocperman. state membership chairman.
Department Commander Ainslee R. Ferdie,
Heller, and Department Trustees Izzy Karp,
Herman Sokolow and Daniel Abramowitz.
Rear are Department Senior Vice Command-
er Jack Berman. Officer of the Day Norman
Levine, Judge Advocate Emanuel Mandel,
Second Junior Vice Commander James Stern,
and Chief of Staff Michael Schechter.
Lea-, ir.g W the 8'nci B'rith ccnvention in Te! Aviv, Israel, are
(top row* Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pallot. William Shayne and Col.
William S. Shorenstein and (first row) Mr. and Mrs. E. Albert
Pallot, who will be inducted as vice president of B'nai B'rith.
The group flew to Honolulu, Tokyo. Hong Konq, Bangkok,
New Delhi and Athens on a round-the-world trip. Louis Pal-
lot is chairman of the board of Norton Tire Company, and his
brother, E. Albert, is president of Biscayne Federal Savings
and Loan Association.
Arab Refugees Discussed on Air
Seaboard Sends
Representatives
Seal oard R si me 75
]. \ sales representatives from -.">
::i I;,.' :l!i .11 'I
at ig a spring sales
eting m Miami !'' ., I
u
enl M
the cities r ted were Bos
n Si Y k I B il
timore, w as di toi D.C., R
1 ,nd, Pitts; 11 h hicago, Sor
Rali
Atlanta and Birming mi
11 -.^1!. board hi had a
: i rt in the dcvelopmenl "i
to : ind istrj in the area,
and v e wanl t keep our repre-
- nl itivi .. easl developments
in the Gn ater Miami Miami Beach
1 ea as w< II .1^ in thi erritorv
1 (tending from Miami t" West
Palm Beach The line's package
tour program and otht r pn n tion-
.1! a< '.\ ities have b>i 1 hi al oul a
tremendoi ii flux of 1 acationers
_n a year-round basis "
lit lit .staled that the Seaboard
carried about one million long dis-
tance travelers last year, and the
average distance traveled per pas-
senger was over 550 miles
After the meeting the entire
group made an inspection trip from
Miami to West Palm Beach.
Goida Mtir Pi aeer Women, Mrs
Mil im Halpcrin, president, held
a join 1
I
n-
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. her hu
, r hcii I trip to h
will visit with mem-
11 is of their family.
Serving on the refreshments
committee were Mrs. Oscar Zeltzer
and Mrs Bessie Epstein.
*
Regular meeting of Beba Idelson
Chapter in Wednesday, 12:30 p.m..
;ii Washington Federal, 1133 Nor
mandy Dr., included a report from
the Nominating Committee and ne
on the \; Ihei Daj cell bration
to be held .it the Ron' j Plaza Ho-
tel Mrs Fannie Gibson, acting
pn Ii ni. 1 inducted he meeting.
Kadlirah Chapter was to
1 ma ite sale on Thursday and
ij Maj 13 an I 14 al Nw i*Uh
sj. i \\,- are
n ai k< I for the >! b's yi
quota and ill g 1 t- r educational
pur| I. Serving on the
1 in nitte v :':) Mrs. I
. mes Milt
Kesslei B 1 1 pschi'.z, Elsa Kreul
.'11 K K ,.:> in, !l\ m n v 'li
--. ; spii r, Gertrude Weiss and
Ros Hi 1}
"The Arab Refugees: Victims
or Pawns'1" was the title of a ra-
dio pr>."rram aired over WM1E la -t
Sunday.
Rabbi Max Lipsehitz. chairman
cf .he Commission on Jewish Af-
fairs of the South Florida Council
of American Jewish Congress, an-
nounced that discussants included
the following
Shad Policr. chairman of the
American Jewish Congress Nation-
al Governing Council; Phil Baum,
director, Commission on Interna-
tional Affairs. AJCongress; Weleed
Sadi, counselor. Jordanian Mission
to the United Nations; and Rich-
ard Cohen, moderator.
Also invited to participate was
Abdul Monem Rifai, Jordanian
Ami issador to the United Nations,
w h o accepted the invitation but
was unable to appear because of a
UN Security Council session.
he program was taped on the day
the American Jewish Congress re-
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1 the World's Fair against a mural
in the Jordanian Pavilion.
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President Morris Bericfc
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Page 9-0
Frank Appoints
Two to Campaign
Leonard Col em an ai d .' Ian M.
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. Keiaoi io installed for a fourth
I ; i lent ol Bikur Chciim. the Jewish
. Hrme of S~uth F1"
i ight) are Mesdames Geri Kunken.
eldstein; Joseph E. Keiser, president;
., current events; Anne Alport;
i>erqecnt-at-nims. Serena
'' dames Abe Sinqer, financial and
.; Helen Hornstein. vice
president, ways un means, Nathan Rnth, vice
I membership; A-ine Rcsenfeld; Hay
Lieberman, reccrdinq secretary; Sarah Bui
-a president, hospitality. Third row are
Mesdames Anna Zitter; Sam Yudien, chap-
. tin; Harry Topper, corresponding si
h Levin, vice president, life mcmbci
are M-sdames Lillian Nvdirk, treasi
William Hercid, s. iqeant-ct-a:ms, and Isaac
blccker, conespondinq secretary.
e Menorah names Mrs. Jack S~qa! as Sistrrhood's "Wo-
of the Year." Shewn is Mrs. Elsie Belsky riqht). Sister-
piesiden', presentinq a qold locket to Mrs. Seqal for her
ted service in all functions of Sisterhood activity." Tem-
"Tenoiah Sisterhood undertakes the support of the youth
ities and Religious School.
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Dr. Williams
To be Speaker
At Beth Torah
Dr. II. I r'ean of
. b
Yom
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Day)
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m. ti will i r< cogi iz j. Ge
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Committee.
.-'i>< cial hi noree will be Mi s Syd
K ilansky, s u p ei \ i sor of
Both Toi r-tin
. ears ol si n ii e VI hlan
k> sei vv* as vici | 'esident ol the
noil ol ue Pre Si
h.' .mil ha. been .< U adi r in
k wish | school i luca ion during
! asl j >
lairman i f the committee on ar-
mi nts i- Mrs \ Irian Kauf
nan
i eetings will be d livered by
I uis Schwartzman, exi utive di
rector, Board of Jewish Education,
and Mrs, Leo Brandies, president,
l': i-> iiiil Teachers Council,
Members of the Both Torah Fac
ul'y include Alexandi r Andron,
Emanuel Bergman, Mrs, J an
Cohen, flyman Cohen, Mrs, Herbert
i riitii Mrs Jack Diamond, Mrs
Sol Elfenbein, Emanuel Feder, Mrs
Florence Ginesin, Mi >. Dorothy
Gruen, Mrs. Arthur rilrschberg
Mrs Mervin Levin. Mrs Morris
Levin, Miss Kay Levin, Mrs Eu-
gene Marshall. Miss Carole Mac-
kenzie. Mrs David Osman. Mrs.
Howard Romer, Mrs. Irving Seidd,
Mrs. Max Stiinfmk. Saul Sosnowski.
Mrs. Rudolph Wiinttr. Warren
/.nndoll.
Twice aw.-rded Presidential Ci-
tations by HlS nation's chief ex-
ecutives for his work with senior
citizens, Coleman is chairman
of the beard of Tlair, Inc., one of
the largest Greater Miami man-
ufacturers of dresses and a pio-
neer in the garment industry
here.
A Xavy lieutenant commander
c!ur111_; World War II. Coleman will
'. se Vhe M;.>or Fiank'j cam
n f r o in headquarti rs at 'v'">
h'ngton A\c. A n oi Mi-
Beach i r 2\ years, Coleman
is well kn wn i- his work in the
(auses of the handicapped and re-
led children.
Rothstein, now president of the
Islander's ORT
Installs Officers
Mrs Leo Gross v/B-i installed as
president of the Islander's chap
Itcr, Women.- American ORT, for a
second term at a lunchc n Tues-
day, U:30 a.m.. at the Rone) Plat-
a Motel.
Mayor Melvin Richard was in-
stalling officer, and also Inducted
"n tallowing
Vice president. Mrs Saul HalxT.
Mrs. Morris I.ipp. Mrs. Coleman
Busman, Mrs. carl Bet-man, Mrs.
Isadora Grue; treasurer. Mrs. Ar-
thur Keiner; financial sacrataty,
Mrs Murray Mandril; correspond-
ing secratarj Mrs Herman Class-
en recording secretary. Mrs. Ru-
dolph Kramer; parliamentarian.
Mrs Mark Cirlin.
Mr- Jack Breitbarl gave the in-
v< cation, and Mrs Florence Kup-
perman. newly elected region presi-
dent, welcomed Mayor Richard
I.auna and Tania. novelty lister
.id. who appeared in a spring
Fc-ival conceri here, provided the
entertainment
Mrs Saul Haber was chairman
i the daj Mrs Jack Vivian took
resen ations
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Friday. May 14. 1965
Room Mothers Are Honored
Brandeis University National Women's Com-
mittee, Miami Beach Chapter, installs officers
at a recent meeting of the organization in
the Eden Rcc Hotel. Seated (left to right! are
Mesdames Samuel Brown, membership vice
president, Arthur Jurkowitz, president; Helen
Sanders, book fund vice president. Standing
ileft to right) are Mesdames Matilda Ratner
and Mcrton Schwartz, financial 'secretaries;
Harry Selby. corresponding secretary; Benja-
min Kresberg, recording secretary; Mae Rosen-
berg, corresponding secretary; Ethyl Nagler,
treasurer; and Irving Blasberg, treasurer. Mrs.
Jean C. Lehman was installing officer in the
absence of Mrs. Aaron Farr.
'Y' to Offer
For the first time, the Bureau of Jewish Education will grad-
uate three students from its Hebrew Section of the College of
"ewish Studies. Graduates are (left to right Mis. Irving Seidel,
Mrs. Sam Brenner, and Mrs. Jack Diamond. Consul General
of Israel Shimon Yallcn will be featured speaker at the exer-
cises scheduled for May 20, 7:30 p.m., at Beth David Congre-
gation. At the interschool, community-wide graduation, the
exercises will also include graduates of the junior high depart-
ments of congregational schools and of the Bureau's Central
Hebrew High School.
Beth David Has Annual Meeting
Officers and Board of Didectors
ho will serve Beth David Con
tion during 1965-66 were elected
; Tues la) annual meeting in
Specter Hall starting at B p.m.
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A traditional memorial service
'was conducted bj Rabbi Eliezer A.
I evi and Cantor William w Lipson
1.1 members who have passed awaj
ng the past year,
Max u. Silver presented the an-
nual president's message and the
following chairmen "i Standing
i i nmittees gave reports
.Manuel Lubel, adult education;
Mrs Ben Kazar, board of educa-
tion; Max R. Silver, cemeterj com-
mittee; Robert Traurig, constitu-
tion and by-laws; Albert J. Beer,
finance: Samuel Ostrowsky, house
and building; Mrs. Albert J. Beei
librarj. Charles / Spingarn, mem.
II i-hip and goodwill; Herschel Ro-
senthaL prsonnel; Lewis stern-
shein, ritual; Mrs. Harold Rein-
hard, United Synagogue; Phillip
Schiff youth commission.
Full Summer
Camp Program
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ramp pi -ram u ill be i ffered by
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ami this j ear to all at i
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Registration has ahead started
laj camp program, which
\. ii; eon e u > and gii Is from i
and-a-hall to 12 > ears ol age f r
ei .; heek season i>< ginning
June ii The season is divided into
ek periods The pro
gram will be conducted Mondaj
' ..i Fi idaj from 9 am. to i
i in Campers will bring a package
lunch and will be provided with
milk and an aftern on SH ek
Transportation service will be
Liable in the southwest, North
Hade and .Miami Beach areas for
home to tamp and back through a
lleei of agenc) vehicles. Activi-
ties will include swimming instruc-
tion, athletics, games, arts and
crafts, dram.ties, singing, Jewish
observances, nature lore and trips.
All campers will be assigned to
groups on their own age level, with
IS children 11 a group, Each group
will have two counselors in charge,
one senior counselor of college age
or older and one junior counselor of
m mor high school age These coun-
selors are supervised liv members
of the year-round professional
group work staff of the "Y." There
will also be specialists in swim-
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matics and nature. The main focus
oi the program will Ik- the social
development of each child through
guided graup experiences along
both Jewish and general lines
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Walter Leibo Named Top Director
Israel Bond National Women's Division
By Speoal Report
Walter Leibo, who baa
i it> manager "f Uw la-
Bond campaign in Newark,
i, i the past ten years, waa
Utlj named to the post oi Na
, tor of the Women'a l>i
,,i the Israel Bond Organize
., ording to an announcemeM
[i: Joseph Schwartx, vice
denl
it died with volunteer Jewish
, II .1 activity BW number of
Mrs Leibo Joined the Israel
Organization in 1951, when it
established to provide larfie-
resourees for the c.unomic de-
bmenl oi the State of Israel.
r wrving as director of the
Inn- Division in Newark for
years, she waa oheem to head
'campaign activities in Bases
jtv, Y.I Mrs. Leibo was the
OOjj .'. Mian to hold the top Israel
Bond executive position in any of
the principal cities in the United
State-
In her new post Mrs Leibo will
direct the campaign activities in
behalf Of Israel Bonds Ol main
thousands ol women volunteers m
various parts of the United States.
She sueeods t.he late Miriam Fine-
man, who died six months ago.
A native of Newark. Mrs Leibo
attended tlte New Jersey Oollege
for Women in New Brunswick. Co-
lumbia University and the Dam-
roaoh Institute (now the .luilliard
School of Music).
Mrs. Leibo. who lives in West
I Orange, X.J has been a volunteer
worker in various civic and phi hi n-
thr. pi.- causes In 1950 and 1951,
she was chairman of suburbs for
the Esses County, N.J., United Jew-
ish Appeal She has visited Israel
tune, in 1!.">4 and 1961. Mrs Leibo
i> the wife (f a Newark attorney
ami has two children. Dr Mark
Leibo. of N't w York, and Mrs \l
an I) Greene, of West Orange,
N.J., and one grandchild.
A sterling silver Revere bowl, in appreciation
of his services as president of the Greater Mi-
ami YM and WHA, is presented (photo at left)
to Herschel Rosenthal. outqoinq president, by
Samuel Seitlin, chairman of the annual instal-
lation dinner held recently at the "Y's" new
central buildinq. 8500 SW 8th St. Lookinq on
(left to right; are Mrs. Rosenthal and Mrs. Seit-
lin. In'photo at right, Efraim H. Gale (left),
executive director of the "Y," receives a
plaque commemoratinq his 13 years in that
post from A. Budd Cutler, member ol the "Y'
board.
Aged Home Has Mother's Day
track, orchestra leader who tea
tured his trio in a concert of mu-
Greater Miami Women's Auxili- affair. Mrs. Lawrence Silverman. sic
ary, Jewish Home for the Aged, Auxiliarv president nave the mess ,.__
held its annual Mother's Day party age of welcome, and presented Stanlej Rosensweet, tenor, of
on Sunday. 2 p.m. at Douglaj Gar- each mother with a gift. jfered a program of songs Th
dens Mr> Lotna Makovsky, program "Amazing Maurice.' magician, i
Mrs Jennie Grossinger hosted the chairman, introduced Irving Pie- so entertained
-V1S WAllf* tflBO
children's Choir
-ill Participate
>( hoi a) r> mple Beth
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t< in the Friday eve
- i:... Bern in, choir
rhoo unces
en ill par
Robins, Carol Silvcrblatt,
.- Clifford Tall, Wend)
shirlej Ka>. Le i Share Me
in, Danii I < I odman,
.in Deb >r.ih Le> inson,
\ tm.ui. Rosalyn Krebs, Kara
Jan Sobei, Rob rt Gibba,
suionmn. M.ircia Brenner,
:.:enner, \vend) Wi chaberg,
i n mHing Linda Klugerman,
Cutler
I) i iiienbluni. Vicky Orbach,
Levine, Phyllis Luxie, Ellen
Ja) odeaaky, Fern Tiber,
B Rose, I'am Ke.-sler. Harry
urtzman, Lesley MiUard, Anq
ps, Laura Zisman, Laurel
|i Hi bra Stein. Karen l.indau.
^tte Fried Robert I'arhn. Rob
i Neil Freeman, Jim Si-
idassah Groups
Installations
W Group of H.idasSiih held its
luncheon on Monda)
* the K o n e > Plata Hotel.
B Wcre.uk installed
Weinberi as president
in A musical pro
in
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tall' d
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AGUDATH ACHIM. S305 Colling Av*
Orthodox.
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GUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Avi
'Orthodox. Riuin Isa.ic Ever.

AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION 985 SW 6:th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Israel Kerghner.
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ANSHE EMES. 2f>33 SW ith Ave.
Conservative. Emanuel Kushelewitz.
president. Cantor Solomon Pakuwitz.
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BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Con-
servative. Cantor William W. LiD-
son.
1 | 8 l i .iri.i 8:1.' |i m B< : Da
\ firm ordained rabbi, Rabbi Mur-
t .. Ala el 111 be ttonoi ed for 111
*n In the rabblnnte. Satunla) t
Sermon: "'Jl>n- r anil Dlehonor."
) r Mitsvah; Xed Marc, son t Mr.
.. i Mrs Arthur Shamlloff, Rabbi
eser A. Levl will conducl ;iii ser-
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BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortno
dox Rabbi Solomon Scniff.
i in\ : r- ;. tti 8 3fl a m
y inon '*Reaponalblllt> to E3du<
J ncha ,; :30 p m.
CANDLWGHTlMG TfMf
12 Iyar 6:39 p.m.

TEMPLE BETH SH RH WOO SVV
120th st Reeonstructionist ..
Morns Skoo. Cantor Herman Gott-
'ieb
:MPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollv
*ood 1725 Monroe St. Conservative
TEf
wood. .
Rabbi Morton Malavsky.
Ernest Sterner.
Canto'
BBBSMBM > u..." "'
= MPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
Ave Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromgh.
Cantor David Conviser.
. n m > n '
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Plnetre. K. H-'> *"'. X'-h'\ rah".......
d. Orthodox. Rabb. A.exander S / .In Forth^he T
Gro" f Ml and Mr* W,
.. I \ it' Kaa Mltxvah Kb el
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SiNAI 1201 *V" _,,, j, ,.,,..,,., Btl
Johnson st Consirvative Rabbi __ #
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah TEMPLE BNA, SHOLOM. 16800 NW
BETH ISRAEL. 711 4Cth St.
dox. Rabbi Berel Wein.
Ortho-
Heilbraun.
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HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER. 8th
St.. Homestead. Conservative Can-
tor Pincus Aloof.
a
SRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu
T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen
Frld.i} '. p in Haturdaj IS .1 m. Mln-
, ha |i in Bar Mitsvah Jeffn >.
Mr :. 11 1 Mra Edwin Pi eti
man.
JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
22nd Ave Conservative. Rabbi S. M
Machtei Cantor Abraham Reiseman.
Pi .1 111 ;i.n ^ Vr"
N,.. jul Al >1mhI> Vou An A Jj
inn Shabbal h< t< b> S gterlinod
..,. < 1 *' M '' h s,<
il and Charh s. "- i>l Mi and
.1 I, njamln 1' iblndi
TEMPLE BETH TOV 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green-
waid
I- rid i\ ' rmn
Thi Pulun 1 'i
St, 1, ...: III ..--'- 11 -
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave. vices Saturda) J a.ni S.-I
fcETH JACOB 301-3-1 Washington
. Ave. Orthodox. Cantor Maurice
1 Mamches.
BETH KODESH. 110' SW 12th Ave.
, Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
' Shapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben-Ari.
f ii;i\ gunnel (i i) a.n Sei -
h n "A Greal I lerol Stand

ETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
: 13630 W. Diie Hwy. Conservative.
I Rabbi Richard Marcovitz. Cantor
1 Seymour Hinkes.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
Friday 6 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
11 Saturda) .1 111 Si 1
in..ii The 1 >i liodox 1' immunltj
|i m.
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I
, r the Week Mlncha l

TEMPLE EMANUEL 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Con^cvative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman Cantor Zvi Adler
Prlda 5:3o p.m. Slaterl

Whal I : I -
drtn^dox. Rabb, Oavid Lehrfi.ld.
Cantor Abraham Sell ".!?
Fridaj 6:1 Saturday :3.i a.m "' ', .,,.' .
__ __ /
139 NW 3rd Ave
Krieger. secre-
IETH RAPHAEL.
! Ortho.lox. Ralph
' tary.
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TETH TPILAH. 935 Euclid Ave Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
BETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th
Ave. Conserv itive. Rabbi Max Lip-
ChltX. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirachen-
oaum.
i t.<\ 6 and H i". ;i m Baa Mitsvah:
Mi itmi Mn ii-
i : Abrama Sal urd i) 4'. .1 m Bar
> /.'. ^.'ii '!' Mr and Mi h
i r i Qoldstein; Mil hell, Bon of Mi -
< elte Paulson
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NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conge-'vative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
I Cantor jack l.erner
pm s.-- in :. Refi
J ... ; Sal rdaj 8 .1 in Sei nion
' i Week liar M
i : : ( Mr. and Mra A
i ireak) M !. ha ,; : 3 p m
a----
Cuban hebrew circle of mi-
ami. 1242 Washington Ave Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Dov Rozencweig.
a
FLAG'-ER GRANADA 50 NW 51st
PI. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
enfeid Cantor George Goldberg.
I Satui laj .. .t iii B r
i, sval Sai el. B4>n ol M .ml v r*
^ Jan In Agi unow Mli ii m
a
Ft. lauderdale emanu-el. 1801
; E. Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabbi
i Richard M. Leviton.
vllAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Waslinaton Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strassfeld.

VIINYONAIRES CONGREGATION.
3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
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JHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Or
Orthodox. Rabbi Phmeas Weber
man
S itui ilaj !" Sermi'i I'rli
ly Cleaill i i M Min. I i 6 II |i in
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iEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 646
Colling Ave. Rev. Canter Sadi Nan
miag.
Pr .1 ) Mini ha 10 n m Sal irtln>
N 3U ii in. Sermon: K.i.th and Suiu-r-
Btltion "
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TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con-
servat.ve. 1025 NE 183rd St., Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Capian.
Cantor Maurice Neu.
i i ids and i p m Si i ition
ins Lin lit \\ here .. i kneas I
Sermol
Pin e i ilivf till."' I :.u Mitsvah R
rt, son : Ml and Mi ( Milton
K
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TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
Dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Ba.imgard.
t-'i : : ii, >. i.. 'll.ii. \\ .
R ii to Pea
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TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave Reform.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
i- in Striuoi <;;.'
* ild l.,i. full> Namlni n Mi .urn Mrs M- i n>n Perlin, grand
1
OUR SPIRITUAL LEADERS
Rabbi Berel Wein
Of Beth Israel
Rabbi Berel Wein is spiratual
I) ter of Congregation Beth Israel
if rn West >tli St, Miami Beach.
I assumed the pulpit there on
J \ 15. 1964. when he and his fam-
> moved from Chicago to Miami
,1 -uh
Rabbi Wein is a native Chicago-
I um Kubenstein. was a Lading
< ''cxlox Rabbi in the Chicago
< niminity and pioneered the es
( -lishment and de\el ipnient of the
:i'u Theological College in Chi.
< .).
' rbbi Wein's father. Rabbi Zev
\ a, has been a leading Ortho-
i ire.
Rabbi Wein was ordained from
i. Hebrew Theological Collage in
i lie n ceived his Ba '.. (or of
' iri mi Rfaaaflveji I'm-
v -.itv in 1953 an i \u-< Ji ris Doc-
1/
(
~r.-\ ii. I hiftago until tlie re
ptid!|. "f h% raj bini a.1 post
1 in ifiami Beat.;
\i i~ one i the foun lers i ii bran h of the Te! h "i
i and also served as \
i ^'^ i ''*> aim rii> di .13 i"<
,-,. degree trcm HVPqul Hniver-
in-^J|6ii. He was ;i pTJJOtieing
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St
Reform. RabUi Jogeph R Narot.
Kridi -'
. Til '
y, ,,f
IMll U 111 I
a
TEMPLE JL'DEA. 320 Palermo Ave.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morng Kip
Orr
I- ...... ,,.
: SatII
Mark i
Mi and Mt ii.ii /- n

TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St
Conservative Rabbi Mayer Abr.im
wi|j Cantor Edward Klein.
, : |i n Sermol \-
thi Houi Dm r '-.'
-I l.s !. I
Satuid:o S a.m. s- i in in I
tion i In i A i Mltsvnl
\\ ; -. \lr and Mm l*a> I I
M

TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th SI ano
Titum Wate'way. Modern Tr.idi
tional. Raboi Eugene Laboviti
Cantor S.iul H. Breeh
I 'i 1.,. ;. in Folkia ii 01
l> ih* Jev. \ nlMhini
in 11- ol the nin n in i --
i, with Itahhi i
\ ii/. in .i "Youth Wn nti- tti Knovi
lirofi ran

TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
8755 SW 16tn St Miami Rabb'
Samuel April Cantor Nico Peldman.
l-'iiiliv R;3o p in St'"..' I >^ :.
IMIlai k, .i nli r l-Y.
repn Rented l>j l^.-1,..... I.ufiln ^^
ia11 in mm .- Serninn 11..I\
II illalial m Sii .i.r. i
Mitsvah Ai.in. gun : Mi ami Mi
a
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI
12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Darnel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale
:!3 |i in Rahhl I. >) .
i. \ lew I- : in ih. E n 'I > nl ihi
Earth." nevi Btud.i
i .i.-l i.> I l..w ,i: .i M Sachar
a
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB 95-
E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conaervative.
l-'i iil:i> s:Ij |i.n Satupl. .. -
-
TEMPLE ZAMORA 44 7amorg Ave
Conservative Rabbi Hershel Brooks
Cantor Ren Dichson.
p. II .-'.. \ i
.
I'm tli r the Wei
-ii Mi iin I- Ivhei

TEMPLE Z ON 8000 Miller Rd
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wag
man.
Ri
, |.-
Hut urd \i
II i.( Mi
1 .i .i
YNOPS1S OF TORAH PORTION OF THE WEEK EMOR
Val symbols Matia, Lulav, Etrog, Shofar, Boo
men brani e
5, ays ve -h.iil eat unleavened bread" i >
a memorial blast of horns ." [2323
f,-U:i oi .:,., tl) tn 23 401
EMOR "And the Lord said unto Moses Speak the
ns of Aaron, and saj unto them: Tbei
,. himsell for the dead among his people, except I
I it is near unto 1, his mother, and for his fat
r his son and for his daughter, and for his brother
his sister a virgin They shall not take a won .. that is a
harlot, from her husband- (Lev, 21 1 7).
The high priest "shall take a w-ife in her virKimt> \
r one divorced, or i rofaned woman, or a harlot, the*
not t.ke- (lev 21.1314), No priest with a blemish
proach the altar to offer a sat-rifiec the impure pru a
not even approaeh the holy food nor eat it. No animal witl
rjTemish might be an offering.
The seasons of the holy convocations are then di i
The seventh day i.- a sabbath <>f solemn rest ye sha
nner of work In the Brat month, on the fourteenth
at dusk is the Lords Passover on the fifteenth
same month is the feast of unleavened bread
, hall eat unlcavene 1 bread" [Le\ 2336).
The Festival of the First Fruits (Shavout) occurs oi
tieth day after the first da> of Passover "In the seventh
n the first day of the month, shall be a solemn rest unt
i .emorial proclaimed with the blast of horns, a holy ,, nt
Ye shall do no manner of servile work Bowbell on th. I
v ol this seventh month is the day of atonement
-I all afflict your souls and ye shall do no manner
in thai same da) for it is a day of atonement, to make at
or sou before the Urd your God On the fifteenth daj
seventh n inth Is the feast of tabernacles (or seven day unto
he Lord" l.e\ 23 L ,
tad ye shall take you on the first day the fruit ol
trees branch.- ,.t palm trees, and boughs of Ihick trees
0 the i rook, an I ye shall rejoice before the I o
u is a statute for evei In your generations *n
red unto the chil Iren of Israel the appointed seasons
Lord" Lev 23.40-41, 44'.
Thi* recounting of thi Wtekly Portion of the L.w is ex-
tracted and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish
Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15 Publisher il
Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 William St., New
York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volumt
is Joseph Schlang.
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
How Reform Views
Rituals for the Dead
By RABBI RICHARD M. LEVITON
Temple Emanu-EI
Fort Lauderdale
Should Funeral practices and tra-
ditions be amended?
Which funeral
practices and tra-
ditions d 0 w
h ,i \ e in mind?
Reform Judaism
h .: s 1 r e a d y
\ amended several
practices and tra-
ditions For in
stance, thi
generally no oh-
) to having
the body of the
d< i -i"i "lie in
state" in .in open
rut in at the homo
of the !. e ised
or at the funeral
the fun e r .i I
RABBI IfV/rON
TIFERETH ISRAEL. M)0 N. Miam
Avt Consnyative. Rabbi H*nr>
Wernick
K ....
VOUNC ISMall Ortl Raoi sherwin St

I
RABBI BERfl WEIN
the Hebri Kc idemj ol Gr
r Miami
Aside f.1 con
of the Beth Jacob* Hebrew Pa egati hi ictive in the Union
i hial School in Chicago I Orthodox Jewi it
Hal hi Wein wars married to Jack- f America, the Orthodox Rabbin
i Levin. the parents ol lour children, 0> Mesivta oi Greater Mi
Of whom are currently attend- where he is admit
' up-
! rz
' Miami
I r before
M -t i : jections to this are based
u po n I Ikloristic grounds rather
than on traditional .ii wish law
Il Iso cu-t in irj. in !;! ii ii
coni i ional < emeteries, to use
.ooden cask t- or metal
I and sometimes, in addi
lion, .i concreti (vault is
m the
i
I" I ies nl Reform
Horn Ihi toml tone m
ill) m Ei lish
I birth and
ling tu the "common
Reform Practices
" I the prat tice in r
ings of the
' ?mil) to h..'., them turn
rave and return to thi ir
when the prayers are con
I but be f i, r e the prave Is
tilled
Thi custom of providin : watchers
with the dead .it night ii
frequently observed
however, relatlvi > relj up
ern undertaking practici
tect the bodies from i>"-
i ration.
Sometimes at a Reft)
funeral, professional
. ri employed These ,i"
non-Jew a L'sualls. howe\ it. I
l the deceased an
pallbearers Sometimes '
or other lose relatives
' eased are pallbean rs 11
ly, ,lew.-ii men serve ..-
.d the funeral of a Chn
Saying Kaddish
It is ;, general Rel '
i. t to have [unerals at i
ever, under certain
;- when a bod) has lo
am her cit) and the tl
iceasitatea that a sen
al night in the cit)
man died, funerals an
i onducted at muht
it is the ctastom for..::
to rise together and foil
mt ol the Kaddish b) '
,,ii n- U
ition rises with thi
Since in man) Refon
tiona the entre com i
for the reciting oi thi
follows that man) parl
lish whose p
Us.i in the mi m< ri
chiefl) on tl
1).,;. Ol V I
pate w hose p irents
s metimes I
home o.- in the :
the burial lake

i roce lure i
n the i dy i- not I
time, or if i1"' :
I cremated Special
the dedication ol a to
i wkW i ved m R
regations while s n
. late at sux h
I neralh deemed Bllffil
Continued on Page 13C


Friday. May 14. 1965
*Je*lst) rhrktiar
Page 13-C
How Reform Views
Rituals for the Dead
live Committee gathers for the first meet-
: the Sephardic Jewish Center Youth
Left to riqht are Loises Malki. vice
Eno Nahmias. treasurer; Violet Ven-
resident; Salvador Behar. vice president;
Fanny Behar, vice president; and Estrella Mit-
rani. secretary. The qroup will meet regularly
at the Center. 645 Collins Ave. Eligible are
young people age 14 to 24.
k e
f Rabbinate Threatens Jewish Unity
3y Special Report
UK S Zalmen Abra-
r irtj member of the
liai i'ii.. writing in
Judaism magazine, the
v put lication i t
ii i lean Hebrew
: the develop
dominance in
ntinucd is Ii
spiritual phy
ieV and Its linJu
i -.Hi t.hat the official
i;.i- .nate of his coun-
nsn-.itini! the muty of
. i j !e. and not preserv-
ue Rabbinate claims.
truggie batweaw Ortho-
hich Abramov Mid it ac-
:ie minority in Israel,
-h it the state religion,
'orm and Conservative
'emoti to establish a
in the state, is "a war
uals, where one side
< with a set of inflexible
TZ UNVEILING
Ceremonial m
' die Late
ZEIENTZ
< at 1 2:30 p.m.
', ; ,,
-..ill
. luting
"< nl
p*
i
1 t imm

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' OF SORROW

pi t what word*
annot'
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dogmas, while the other, lacking
surh equipment, is unsuccess-
fully struggling to reduce their
application to a minimum."
Th re ill f this mi nicine
true. Alir.iinm said, can serve only
to transform resentment against
ant Orthodox) into resent-
ment against Jtidai m .i religion
Abram cited difficulties thrown
into th<' paths of candidates for mar-
riage, which only Orthodox Rabbis
may pert rm, since there are no
avil marriages under Israeli law.
within the scope of jurisdiction
guaranteed by law. the Rabbinical
Courts aLso constitute the sole au-
hority far determining "who is a
lew" when administering matters
of personal status.
In support of their efforts to
maintain a religious monopoly,
Orthodox elements help create in
he public mind a distortion of Re-
form and Conservative Judaism,
the author asserted.
"Reform Judaism it depicted
not as a religious trend aspiring
in its own way to reinterpret
Judaism and preserve Jewish life
in the modem world, but as
dissident group, the activities of
which result in assimilation and
the disappearance of Jewish iden-
tity," he continued.
Th s view, Abramov said, is in-
filled in school. Consequently.
ny [sraeMl "cannot quite recon
Dr So*is-roh*n Dies
IMIII.ADKI.'MIIA -IJTA1 Dr.
i member of the
i >'' Ma .' I '" 'a lily
> k t rairs.
< ;\ hip- I '< f was
,. Jewish Commun-
ity Relatior uncil
"DA'CA SALE
MirT'-N
..nS y 27 AT f-OOH
F o r-''rt'n 9
n < h i
M... i-r-
Apd 0 "' > "
Sly*, t Obect. M*4 -
Masweri >. Mjp, S-o'l
M "sMUlPM
*** rO DM
Md v
(lie the Reform affiliations of so
many American Jews with their de-
votion to the welfare 11 the Jewish
people in general, and to Israel in
particular." He added, "To the
average educated Israeli, the Re
term movement is not a school of
thought in Judaism, and an affirma-
tion nl it. but ;in elegant e
from it."
Abramov asserted that this has
resulted in a "Kulteurkampf in
Israel," h,.h "has been raging
t r >i ars between the religious,
that is, the Orthdox, and the 'ir-
religii us,' or secularist -. It has
:i a one-sided 'Kampf in that
tin- 'irreligious' imanj oi whom, if
not the majority, long tor the
emergence of a meaningful inter-
pretation of Judaism! have failed
to offer a religious alternative to
orthodoxy, and have confined their
ride of the struggle to resisting
those impositions of Orthodoxy
which are repugnant to their sense
of justice, morality and Jewish
unity.
"The result of the 'Kampf has
been a polarization of forces,
where those unable to abide by
Orthodox practice are inescap-
ably pushed into the fold of the
utterly irreligious.
"Consequently, that resentment
at a militant and obscurantist
Orthodoxy is transformed to re-
sentment against Judaism as a re-
ligion." Abramov affirmed.
"This development threatens
(linger not only to the future v.f Is
! rael, but to Diaspora Jewry as
well." Abramov concluded.
Continued from Page 12 C
nember of the family reads the
pi ayer provided in The Union
I'rayer Book Vol. I.
Reform Judaism has no religious
objection to autopsy. Whether an
autopsy is to be performed or not
is left to the decision of the family.
Individuals of priestly descent
Kchanim) do not hesitate to at-
tend funerals and go to the grave-
;ide with other Israelites.
The Orthodox custom of immedi-
ite burial (whenever possible on
'he day of death1 is not strictly ad-
icrid to. The body is generally em-
balmed and kept for a day or two
jr even more if it is necessary to
vait for the arrival from a distant
eitj. of a close kin of the departed.
Popular Customs
The body is buried in ordinary
clothes, rarely in a shroud, as was
the older custom Cremation is oc-
casionally practiced and the ashes
buried in the family plot or in a
single grave.
The popular custom to turn the
mirrors to the wall or to cover
hem in the room where the body
lies or here the deceas ' lied, as well as other rooms in
the house has no basis in Jewish
aw. and. in fa< Is part of general
olklorc. lu Reform, some families
ve services (Minyan) for three
ights beginning with the night of
ii funeral; others will have Min-
an for one night; while many fam-
ilies do not have Minj an at all.
The tombstone, or m arke r, is
placed at the marker at no spec'al
lerval after the funeral, but at the
convenience of the family
These and ether Reform Jewish
customs and practices may Im- t
in a volume bj in S tomon Free-
hot' entitled. "Reform Jewish Prac-
tices." Most of them are bas< I
upon a thorough consideration i f
the traditional practice and prevail-
ing custom.
Mother's Day
At Aged Home
Amazing Maurice entertain* 1
at the annual Mother's Day party i f
the Jewish Home for the Aged < v
Sunday.
The noted magician is Morris Co-'
hen, a Miamian for the past it-
years who has appeared at tie'
Home going back to the time,
when it was located on S\V 12th Ave.
He is the author of two book;,
"Soup's On" and "Mentalistrix. '
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* t*mi Friday, Mav
Englander Names
Campaign Pilots
'v.
i ;> positions in
a dim an Mah'in I r's
tail n tor r< li ction in Group
ed i the June 1 election
Paul Grand nl "i the
i\ itan Club <>i Miami Beach and
past commander "i the Jewish War
. eterana North Si* re Post, was
amed campaign co-chairman by
ludge Englander Grand is a morn-
ol the Florida !'. r committee
tii the unauthorized practice <>t law-
is past 111 U nl the
IWV Department ol Florida. He
Marilj n, In < .n 1907
Judge Englander also named
Henry Goldberg, former district
chancellor of thp Knights of Py-
s as North Shore chairman.
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- and re
Men's Clubs Open Parley
Kl LMESHA LAKE, N Y Jl \
- With more than Too delegates in
i epresenting 350 Con-
ative congregations, the Na
i Fe teration of Men's ( 'Iub6
tpened here this week it- 36th an
nual convention. S. David Rosen-
iweig, gave the opening address
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for loving remembrance that endures
MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY
PERPETUAL CARE FUND
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permanent Burial Estate for your family.
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Miami's finest and oldest Jewish cemetery .
Mount Xcbo. Over S200.000.00 is now
in its Perpetual Care Trust-fund, for
which The First National Bank of Miami
acts as trustee. This fund is steadily increasing
and is the largest of its kind owned by
any exclusively Jewish cemetery in Miami.
It guarantees you a Burial Estate in
surroundings that will always be maintained
at the highest level of beauty and perfection.
OVER 7.000 JEWISH FAMILIES REPRESENTING OADE
COUNTY'S FINEST. HAVE ALREADY WISELY SELECTED
BURIAL ESTATES IN MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY.
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